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   Allen County Democrat (Newspaper) - June 27, 1866, Lima, Ohio                                half Oao Bvlaui wlla Obituary over a WEDNESDAY M w U i liax NUMBER u Pleas ornejr Irewnrer of Calvin TTORNEY AT Notary Will practice i and States All lega v otundid Office Sec rtlie Post Offioo i r nooUi ffi AT ottry Dtods and other is rf writing promptly Ad on olltclinns ORSEY AT for Eeatorinj Oray Bait to iti natural prodoctag bait nptn bajd hwtfa Unot hereditary tlopt bait fiUIJug pB 91 taraioj eraftfoM of United States Claim Agent oHtMions ntil Onveyanfline wulh of Court Office James lo 4 AT wiry hair glossy and and may dressed Mm ConUIoi no of Tbii preparation has been fully tested if and has FAILID to aecom ilinb all that is claimed for It whenused ac lordingto The proprietor is aware that many disappointed by tbe ligb sounding pretense of many of tho prep arations with which tbe market has been ull for a few jrari but inch confidence fae place id merits offers to refund yvajl after a thorough trial of two t fails f entire It is used and reeomnuibded by clergy and thc meets their entire appro It does nut soil the pnreH linen or the icenl Itis delicately anil elegantly easily and is all that an be dirircj in a hair Onetrial ijlconvince Us Call for Blocks ExceUinr Hair Ucstor and take no QTSold by all drug at per Agent for 4 Wholesale Cin In the Court John AT AshtonV over Prompt personal attention will be o k professional business entrusted 1 Elmore AT CAKES AND I nncl Aataoriud by to eolleet Bonntj to obuln tand to procure Ptniioni arising oat of the present the with or other md to attend to the adjuitmeot of Meonnti in the DepartmenU of the TneKer oVuini for Tneker obuini Peniioni for Tucker obuuof Paniioni for obuioi for Tucker f fot minor tit Tucker Bounty and Pay for Sol Tucker Bounty and Pay for Wid Tneker eollecti Bounty and Tay for Tucker Bonntj and Pay for collcctj Bounty A Pay for Molh Bounty i Py for Broth n Special attention giren to settlement and collection of Officer Tho intimate acquaintance with the Regulations and governing the EXECUTIVE which he las acquired by long he enable him to give satisfaction to All business confided to his will ro ccive prompt Office over thc Book February The J OSEPH MAKLEV would poclfully nnnmnco tu thcitizens res f Li a and that ho boi Huiibcd Uakvry the In Courts Van Wen Bittiriesi promptly For iXTedJiang J t Iu and jells at wholesalo or br the likrrcl or Lamison AT over Heeraer5 ompllr attrnii to all bnslnens ontrust Practico in Allen and adjoining ohn AT ittaui proospUy to all iegal bustoeir cd to his the former over Sam 0 t flbrrices the cili Lima and t Baxters John f AXD SUROEOSi Foreign IN OldBorbon Domestic Whiskies Cigars and TeaS East Side Walnut SrtOHtt and BUT Keal attend to all i ntrutudto him Charles SIKEPATHIC Xortheaat corner of Public i John Xixons Shoe Respeot ittrt his services to the citiieos of Lima Will attend promptly toall Intrusted to his ISICIAN AMD ig been relieved from duty as a mem I Ho Board of Enrollment of this Dig itally offers Vis professional lie people of Lima and Sainfs up STCIAN AMD ring would ttfnlly professional services to of Lima and Baring I extensive experience during the past both In hospitaland civil prac hopes to merit and receive a share of Mie Oftta2nd door Bomb t attention paid to chronic irgical Calt to fc I prooptlT attend I is bis bands Fundsforwarded t at collected Anil is now to lurnUh Ihe people iih Cakes and atIVhnlefulcand lie especially attends to furnishing c articles NOTICE Lima MIOHTH OK STJITFO first and third Monday evenings of each Lima Chapter NIOHTS or RICOPLAR the rrt and third Friday nights of each Council NIUIIT or tbe first uesday of each Kiicarapnient NifiBT OF REGULAR the sec id Tuesday evening of Ol nd fills nil orders on short nnd in he mosl rii inj Sy cal ng un 27 fATSON fr IT IE J FA R M A valuable fruit and dairy situated n Allen milis from ontainicg One half of which isim roved and nnder a high state of he other half is excellent timber a fine arge orchard of every variety of choice frail in excellent wilh fine arn and and ont every The fences on the plaie are of the best and in complete For terms apply by or personally to Ohio SAJLE L A NP 40 acres of choice land in an old settled near water nd in a thickly settled neighbor Rail icinity a good chance for a man who has a money enterprise and indasbryvtomske beginning in the terms apply y letter or to ls V IK given to business with the and oth r Gorernment Matured 710 interest ftnpons at feferen iflfationaT CTneinnatj nov 22 Frredmenl Sted mana KeporU Stedmnn nnd the CommibSionere appointed by the President tp investigate the opeca Bnrean in the Southern havo present ed their from wnich make tbo following extracts There are on duty in Yj tbe following officers in the ry and other persons Bureau One Coloaelftwo three one Captain and Commissary of Sub nino Captains of tbe First iwonty Second two hundred and thirtythroe civilian classified and paid as fol lows 58 clerk and superintendents of paid average monthly 60 12 assistant superintcndeulx paid arerage nionibly 163 pJ average mnntlily wages 11 6 Nine thousand ircedman received rations from the Bureau in Decem ber in and 038 in WHY THE NEGROES NEED A majority of tho freedman to assistance has been fur nished are undoubtedly able to earn a living if they were removed to lo calities where labor could bo pro necessity for issuing rations to this class ofpersons ro suits from their accumulation in large numbers in certain placet where the land is unproductive and thc demand for the labor is without tbo prcsancoof the Sit Foot races are not as popular they once People are too la ly to run now nnlcM they ran for 1 ran for a prize once in s fool I was not quite 1 am to 010 fyould bo i oven their own order on TIH appears to be a contrario freedman to an impris onment of throe months for a tri val of wrangling with his He kept another roan who was arrested debt shut Up in the block the cfjfor vrhile bis wife and two operations of the Bureau reduced to abjoct 1 Theres nino men m the nnd they all take augnr in Hoods K the in a wnrdly ommou in our anubnnt Ian J 1 only weighed four hundred but hit dain and Idleness took prod uced depen the character of and fortyKeren IB i tovii UIIUUI K UHl U in compelled him to bury his last jn thc tdiod ARBITRARY TOWER OF THE THE EXCITEMENT s not with all the Groceries in or ust aiid is now bBeringt people uf Lima and Ticinity reryboiiy i Inrited to an Jzamination of ilneir stoctof which consist of one the Urgort and best elected stock of goods er opened in this and it prices hich shall be allow can be found any horc In tho n NBAVCOMB Co SD FCRX1SHKRS OP ovn ty We get np to order in the very best min for thc Useor lie iffersntjCounty Merchauts Our BLANKS are almost nnirersally con eded to be the best prepared in the are rinted on fine and ruled in test r 1 t JBQOtder will meet attention 1 As long as these people remain in the present localities tho civil au thorities refuse to provide for the alilu and arc unable to care or the hclplew and destitute among owing to their great and thotact that very few are resi dents of the in which they nave congregated during tho EVErtvrfirso DEPENDS ITOJJ THE In those districts Virginia the affairs of the Human have oen fuithfully and impartially nd mclit andvdiecrction there has been no conflict between tho agents of Burcan ahd such diBlricts thtj ogentaaro n tbo civil olfiucrs of are assistedand supported in the performance 6f theirduties 03 the n many placeswhere tho ngonto arc not men of capacity nnd integ rity a very tfontjitiotj of things This originates in ho nrbritary and offensive interfer agents of Bureau with tlio TeWtiohs between the planters and the hired ind tho effect of this interference is a bitterness arut antagon betWden tho the AN ARniTAUT As an evidence of the tnAriner in which tbis arbilray power is exer an agent of tbo presiding in a froed mons court in Accomac do cided ft question of title to land as colored man who was S espectfnlly informs our cltfrens that opened aRMtair ipferts where ha is Hue aiTordivo IHaikar is app enlisted men arc dotailcdas guardSj at tho Jitter ent posts were officers oY tfic liureau frced men rebfeived rations in Deccrnboi in Febuatj nid 5932 in Much the same feeling wns found exist hero with reference to the iiurcan in only that bore tho desire for its removal CONDUCT Or THE AOE3TO Wo yestigatcdjBQnin of thc charges rosvtlu againal agon ID of the tlio duties of his of engaged brinterestodi cither lirectly or vation of any lands partment He answcBcdy v Subscgucyitly lie addressed us a in which he stated inorder to assist the jlafftorVlnHilriiijj and rying fairly the free abor he hod some other officers of 1 A C J rreeuTwenlyyears brs and was permitted through the kindness of his master homo on tbe wherever set up a clSi m to ten acres thereof around in which he badlived for ten The agent decided that tbe colored man bad title the ton acres by the owners fromjyin Tng the question again or any other r v f j ISMCB OPTHBPOWEB5 TO TBE the Bnrean for Virginia having turned over to the civil courts 48 crJmjnal cases In which frecdmen are And made preparations also to turn over civi oflier duty fqr the agents of tbeBureau to ifafirm and respectfully T cominemi the of the rely calls npon tbe Bureau ico or idle and worthless who look to it The of tho Bureau is regarded atf evidence the Government looks upon tbe white people of the as their ene whjph js calculated to excite suspicion and bad feeling on tboir NOttTU the Assistant ConVinissionorof tho Bureau for this gase us the following infor mation ns to the number of officers and civilians and the number of freedmen to whom ra tions havo been issued since the first of last December Commissioned officers in the one Lieutenant two seventeen six First eight Becouc one There wo also nine contract Surgeons twentysix hospital attendants by some of tbe ol of tbe Bureau in imposing fines and inflicting pun disregarding tbe local and especially tbe statute of limitations prejudice against tho If tho wero all honest and intelligent with even limited lugal it might be safe to trust them with this extraordinary but in many instances tho officers do not possess tbe slightest knowledge of THE We are satisfied thnt the recom mehdution which we made fn ref ereucc to the withdrawal of tho of ficers of the Bureau iu the transference to tbe officers com ra Jt hap County Fairat They got np a priao for tho fntttusl run In tboac lays thiM was be fore tbe onoroua tax on 1 used to indulge occasionally in the cupvrblch makea ns cheer md M Cowner has In a playful moment I aaked tbe 10 get mo tight and hove some fun with and they took me at my Tbebarkooporassistod them by putting liquor in my gin cock wbile my back waa ad run and no mso can MV to I tad wilf you take onny muroshugnr kaughfey Kut tliu wurds of our lex hid diff runt ami n more jMjrlwkeJcrcr mcouln tfisn Thar tbej at llio on a cold winters morn ana tiro uuu ono wns h And they nl with QUO voirto they wouUIn dirty their in adram bu if the wonltl go and tli ilrinkN theyd pay for An ding alcoholla stimulant lo nij they all cricl out nnil rvury tun whisky and pouring of malt into my 1 havo ciuce suspected that tobacco waa ming ied with my but on that point 1 am not quite Although it the tents of nearly every bar on Ihc ground to do yet 1 got and the fumes ef the liquor arnse from my stomach to my an Iron an immense cauting me iianding tho troops of such duties to behave in tho roost ridiculous and is It may bo necessary to perform nsanc I felt as ctherlal nineteen civilian fcur laborers and cmplojecs and inaddition to pleasant belter known as ilun kidiwri or the Fat is responsible for tbo following The are the race of roan called tbe human and thoborse sider race mill or race to occurs when a prize ight Of all tho races thatbare tbo tapis re j f cs on this point Commisf public Congress morf mdke I clergy preach1 about It Wendell vc addressed the of anyB in lie this tting tbo horse I bad when a ad m AJ nsed Wrah Wbraes with n neiifHBor8 Ipony HoWvividTy do I last the gross the Bureau had loaned and thus indirectlyhad an interest in cultivating no A he gross ed if I reinem cr correptly two w h i to feet A the was a little bundered in one but with tbe exception of something a mellonon each her intfilleot was She waa aired by Canal and by owrery one who drove Neighbors boy On 18 rodaa creamcolored with A spri ng baltlo T On tbe horfe wasa neckand a half a shoulderblade gent ly encouraging tho old mare to be re plied as anequal witb the Jloraco formerly Captain Jt Acting QuaVierrrmster Freed men s and with jr W f ion of a large farm in Pflt He also stated therein that d interested in the cnltivatiohbf a planlatidn in Wayne Captain Sut fTrviKt tr raissary interested with Brooks in v tion of a plantation itfFFtt Opposite on the Trent there is a settlement of about too ria small huts each ibrmerly an army re coloAy as Assistant tVof tb oBnrcan for SuperinterftTeflt FARM FOR cad the lady HJ VTT ops1 n quantityabonttwo hundredfm fr lilud v and unheard of cru lewesi possible lae dwelling houses an frame good to of or io tb tuiitaf 11 the wb called upon us and made statements in aeetings on ta ses any w oyer exercised i wasnt plearing to will famish plans sad fetvBrtMtkssMMipatf Among the eommitted MaSJV J commanding as It bo necessary to porf in connection with the is equally applicable to ISorlh Car Very your obedient RACES Phillips is ready to Dot bis raony n r Ilrnowsomo as a and actually went thro vilb n landing on my I altomptod to throw a back summersault through a ro ulting in tho total annihilation ol a confectionary into which I drove bead 1 ruthlessly seiz ed Iho Fat Woinitii in her and spun her round in tvaltt until aho I offered to permit tbo Living Skeliton to hold me out ut armH length sitting on MyabsurdiUen drew a crowd jf delighted and when t was suggesiod to mo that I nhould jompeto for the prize at the bol that 1 i eagerly jumped at tho Athenian Athlete ever 3d tho mrona amid such applause as greeted my riiliculouc appearance upon the peuloil lian they afforded no snoh as I did that There 1 tood among theothcr Mints Mcoreil ttronnd my waist with evernl pairs of nay ownwore InsufBolcnt to o round shirt collar onbuttonwl md baldbead shining in the Klin ike apolished or n ten cent TbV crowd jeered nnd ne advised mo to lie down utid roll ironncF ihp A neither said if cbnldnt I Had belter my face and try walk think he was a You rtfn a foot race T said ft taking in ray nd fatness With a professional eye ono tbing you fit bytbo Insnjf and tbe of lanehter which won tup from tberapplleation of the at my tormon corn to her aged frtnb wnlcK sho had in her eyfc pra Ifcr takinga vfeW of ft stones in the them there was ft lioraoshocs old and the old mare was and no in I was picked and In and made the remainder of on a Ttin was decided jJMjp too ox T over tbe odarte The me at tbe race toot things for tbat rtaft bn only Im licliif of Hint Jrurk iu this r niiiVrtioul and undcrhunilfd but thn lilr kjr of oil tiorU of in liko T1 Ihu of that niyou lo tho i j UD it with iho of nnif jusliQ Tbnrit iikur of thut sum lioiind tho tin for constant but they nl liaii it well tmxt with tlm sweoiin uv pruiiuns and Thars tho lilckor f lolfluv tbnt turn men drinkri 1y tlio hut they olwayt put U in I uv lln ihogor uv Uika koor No And which tho nisn tboro is to Cl Bun lt who tamed and As I dniuodi him devastation fallowed ijkort ijmy 1 threshing got eotangUd upset crumbled patent fences liko glow a getting over datbod thro tbo floral department amid tbe of the weot toppling to tho ground and in my blind frionzyBionib edbemdlodg into a vat of crude coming etroieain A huge dredging ma in our being on the was brcaght into 1 was Boooned njt in the air to If i itcbing to oil bo coded my flrac lastfobl Tbeladittof adopting aM w style of It consist of cloth those by and onold faebiobed wMqb eomes ibore Srerjr thing ill aaid to the BbxmWerft doing away Witt Ugfct to be very eMddctirvjo It dcwawaj IM Uiku mine with lor il wont fvul good to drink th tin If without the tul llcan ho innrchcd in nnl thn hftrRtf or wnul yo lu I and A JrinK will yo buvo It T nnil for no aso wuistin sliugur to But llicriV iiinn mfcn a nt the they uU tod thuyd lake iu FricnJa niul lr it u floor hell if io the porn 1 1 bolter off eating korn If hon th ng lo i linn lurn cm lofitlior Itll their cloth nt homo f in iii nut tho oftnkon buttur hoov And tlicrJ j tOno raert nt tho and they nil nctl tbtfyd take shugnr in But friends and a lirrio comln and a plnco whnr thnrll bo no nfnhtlin ftt tho for nhugsr In But theyll have to go rito in Ami take a drink rqoaro front aod tUo bnn licvpcr Jl be old SUo tun nod nobody obiariindrheU give shujrar in SHjud better belJovp anil uv red hot nt as your names Connhuhto And youll bo entitled toy uns three tiradsn if not more nnd if yon dont liko youll havo to lump undsj may the old Kick close down rpon all your silk palarerf if ifroand tW plauo olo of brothorfy 1 aod I fate Fife Ceut act which SeoaU and Jlouae of cent nrovMcdl that the a t yl i fliro cent piece shall be cbhirxMied of eopper and not twenty per cent of to teader toUw amount of one and redeem ed when presented fn sums not leas tban one htthdred It It propoMd to inakJB ihib 0vo or 77 Threeof tbo vlU weigh one and will be eaf lo pocket Tb Tbe law o rssao fractional ib than centt after the passage of tjjjB Tbo color of coin will bo similar tbroe anthorizod by ttwj RtgbU 1ft n   

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