- John Jacob Schulth of Scio, tho't Mrs. S. the ïaother of hi children was altogether too friendly with Michael Tessmer for a proper observance of the marriage covenaut. John J. appealed to the law. An examination was held at which in8ufficient te-stimony was deduced to hold him for trial on charge of adultery, and he was discharged. - Georgo Dibble insinuated that Michael Kleis, also of Scio, was a purloiner of whcitt. Michael demurred at this ilunderous allegation against his character and, under the act passed last winter of which this oase is the first on j ord in this city, Dibble is called upon in Justico Frueauff's oourt to sustainthe charge or pay damages. ïiial will take place Jan. 1-1.