Willis Keithley

The Bedford Independent
Wednesday, January 11, 1865

H. H. MATHES, Editor

Correct the Enrollment!

Mr. THOMASSON will attend at the Court House to-morrow to correct the enrollment of Shawswick township,where all interested are requested to attend and assist in making the enrollment as nearly correct as possible.

Mr. T. will be at the Court House on Friday and Saturday of this week, to attend to whatever business may be necessary.


The heaviest snow of the season fell last Monday.


Willis KEITHLY, a refugee from Tennessee, who had been working with Mr. H. STARR, some five or six miles from this place, recently eloped between two days, carrying with him, a one hundred dollar Treasury note belonging to Abrahm STARR, who has recently been discharged from the army, and received the note as his bounty for three years' service. It is believed that he said Keithly is a spy of the rebel army. He rode a ___nut sorrel mare supposed to have been stolen also. $100 have been offered for his apprehension, and delivery into the hands of the sheriff of Lawrence County

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