Clipped From The Cincinnati Enquirer
many in th vicinity of Camden. He has caused considerable trouble among hia neighbors, who bad to go armed to be prepared for hia attacks. He frequently threatened to give sillier m wnippuig, sou sucoeeueu. in intimidating the man to suoh an extent that he avoided him for seme time. He also threatened man v othen beside Mr. Miller. He Is said to be a deserter from tbe regular army, and altogether a bad character. He left a wife slok with tbe ague and fever and tnree children in destitute circumstances. There Is much Indignation among the clti sens of Camden, and threats against Ross are freely made. Mrs, Miller Is the daughter of Mr. William Orebaugb, of Camden, a retired farmer, and ahe haa caused her parents much grief and sname.