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From the 16th Regiment.
CUMBERLAND FORD, KY.,
CUMBERLAND FORD, KY., March 25th, 1862.
Mr Jciexd: I pen these lincsto relate, to
jrptf flbTate W n f wrtcHA'as 'OecuFrl a r C u m -berla-Tu
Gap om Friday night until Sunday
morning. We received orders on Thursday
nitrht tomprcpare. far fivo days' absence from
and in the morninsr at nine o'clock-we started
(mm "camn the 16th Ohio. 49th Indiana. 1st
TenBahd Jth'JCT, Wether wiih two 'pieces of
.artillery oi J- pouno c-cn. n c naa ocr over
coats sad blanket xitli us. By night wc ar
rived lit-H1 pointiflppdsilc: the. Gap, trithin 300
yards of the enemies pickets, wliicli were driv-
- . 1 . s- l i i
en in. -ii teems uiai uccerai uautee uas an
ere-oa oar company, and: if nJj-y" itoriortaDtser
-vicea? ttflHb'perfuVnied, ccApsnyiB of the 3 Blh
'will bJ chosen for 'it. Our company was dc
"tailed on picket tliat night. It was cold, rain
ing and hailingana-cwhajyolaylUnight
iaz tret br the, march commenced to freeze,
and in aboutone hour J -did sot feci as if J had
feet. The nlarut passed' airaT.'and-ATith am
ions Titarts' we' waltciTwhat th coining 'day
would bring forth. " "We watched -the enemy s
pickets jdunBj the-night. .At daybreak. Gen
eral CisrK ten? ari order to Cnpt: Edgar to se
lect 25 Tolunleers to commence '.be engagement.
Capt. Eixiitt cairie"op to the company just as
. it -i . , 1: l c - tt i .11 " . I.
n-e uaat Daut a Bpi?pum uie. ucwiuuti mat
he' wanted 525 volunteers to go with kirn. We
-opposite ' mc enemies cuirc-iicuroeniB. '
crept up onto the' ridee on our bands and feeti
once in a while taking a peep over a log; Jot
the seccsn.liau blockaded tue-road Jn a icanui
manner. Wc finallf arrived on the ridtre, and
took our several posts so as not to be exposed.
onrt yetcaTc a etiance to. scnu our oaiis ro tne
gecesh.' "We then look: sure aim and "away
went our bullets' whizzing through tno air into
the enemies entrenchments. I peeped over a
log Tliicu protected me irora lue oaiis oi me
enemy, andVsaw l ferr ut them standing near a
cannon,tis iKnobydy ccrald hurt tberoj I took
-op my my oiu companion, raj nne, ana, sou a
ball in their midst. ' I saw one of them drop
and creep away. We then received a reply,
and, the, bullets , by. the, gross,wcnt whistling
over our heads. Jtobwly col hart, ion can
imagine how we felt when we saw the secesh
. . 1 1 . fT1 1 . J
aroppinf' ana jiapseivcs. uuuoti- jjiis j.isieu
UWUkrkHUUUVI,MIMIH ...... HUIWHI' VWBWU-
dedtliat, they were pretty good marksmen; lor
Col. BntDiorthe'lst Teutr.,"got his'clothes'ctit
and his flesli slightly wouiued by a ball: also
a Lieut, of the 16th. A ball struck about six
inches above mv head in the limb of a' fallen
tree. The musketry-was kept up about two
hours. We were then relieved, (after having
been on doty lor eighteen boors), by a lenues
see company. Just as we started, a cannon
1.-11 wkMinn 111. .fraql- nf 1 tr.li t n t tif.
over our heads and passed down the hill
had no tinra tj look around untila ehejl expjo
idecllvcry'near to cs, and at the same tiiuo a
grape shot camewitbta o.fewyards of me. Un
we VtjigainVtul'diaTlot'go more than twen-
ty paces w(n"aHelIier cannoq bail xnqcicea a
tree all to piecS?hesplinters flying around like
swarm otcs.V? 'Ui')we.Col. p Cora
cET.and Geo. CACTEaejrae up and told us, logo
liekstothe'firer' andiWarm ourselves.' Juit as
lespojceiaSH pound cannon-ball passed us ana
the Col, exclaimed, ''Look there it goes; they
must be fools to waste their balls in that-manner."
But now our turn.came, our cannon had
to be hauled to another place, and at once they
commenced to fire. We called them our little
"bull-dogs," but -I assure you they did some
very good barking. AlLct once a heavy report
was heard from onruns, and they knocked the
enemies large gun, a' 64 pounder, from the car
riage, killing several men. All this lime our
recimsaLtook turn .about in the skirmishing
Jtillinft-rnany a tnulor.( A cannon-ball. came
B4 pound sjiell.-wnicli cxbioaca near one oi
S1I was then sent into the enemy s- camp.
i several tents. Uf all tue.soatter-
r saw this beat. They thought this a
for llipm. and we received an an-
sweri'nirilshapcrof'a 21 pfrand:sol5drsbp:,-nnd
a 64 pounder as lontraband. The cannouading
was kepi up untiTi o"chx)kwhcn the enemy
ceased' firing -for ' while, but'onr. 'cannon still
kept playing. In about ono'half hour they
commciiced again,)andiwjtlr'Tcncwed strength
tlie ballswe're flylngrliick and fast, and the fi
ring was kept up -until dark.
AH we had to eat was sonic crackers and wa-
up acTSclifr, and taking a lineup of boiling-water,
I placed the craokers therein; then adding
a little salt it tasted very woll,.and I was glad
to have that. We ihcn prepared to sleep as we
hail not slept 'a winlf the night before. We
slept with, the idea that in the morning we
would have to make an attack upon the enemy's
entrenchments. Although 1 Iaul on ,be ground
-and had no covering, I slept-sonnd and a sweet
jfdream delighted my mind. I felt refreshed
wheaj-awoke. Tfaw was Sabbath-morning the
day df rest for lhe JJlirislian people. " But'what
kind of a rest had we? Ready to go to bailie,
but not to. attend an asscmulyof iworshlp.
What aconlraslCour friends. athomoduteniiip
,t j the niusic of an assembled congregation and
the. word of God we listening to the sound of
ite'roaring-cannons irhichTvero opened upon
us agairi about ;8p'clock. Our General, (to his
honor'beit said), did. not allow that we should
disgrace the Sabbath; so the cannons were filed
-up,and--moTed away. We started for camp,
atm while bri the1 way receive a dispatch that
a t3dy of the rebels who had. come out oi hhe
Gap, occupied the road;at the. foot of xthe moun
tain over which we bail to pass.- However, we
im no 'ovv ttn j ui Luij"iv? i tu v; i . 1
'with tbe satisfaction "of having'Jsilled at least ,
m iM.. i.o r r,-'.-1 "t '
CUMBERLAND FORD, KY., March 25th, 1862. C. ZINK.
CUMBERLAND FORD, KY., March 25th, 1862. C. ZINK. From the — Regiment.
GEN. GRANT'S DIVISION, TENN.,
April 4th 1862.
t-.Tt-v HiOTf. An n lartrn nrmv is here and
. . . 7 . ( X.. MHn. nnlAa. it
may not De-nninierresuEg iu juui .cauna w
1 , r
iiCTiv v.. -
fji, nrn.hnntft. KUTUOjrDID Hi JlLHtV
iiSennessee OUver-andJiKer. three flays
flVnv at saiaaiair ein., sua mere
1 nnfnFnday noon-wpenthey went
Uiksissinpii and. that- niHip'lfdcd-ra
, ' ' II If cn'fw .fin rrmt 1a tlin
Rod3cxidine. from 'llemphii'-to sOoriatli
isiessailt "rain for twenlT-tasrl hours
".""KV s -r.1.. J.Tt;
lindJIanaVgone 0ff almosf-as"difiiCult as.
iiiiiHttlo Urrxii.OTbioh teertt now
liiyerswiich was donAwilh ynyls.
mmmir ma iwouivioBieu.uuiTHu
b.where'lbey landed and are now
oejpcdiliciv-p-as poder "Smith but
iint-is innvc-'divisions under GeniSher-
T . , 1 . . . . . . t i n HT.I1...
J Um.ll. ..t fiatn1H - Immo nr. nl I I
Broa.chirtgCk)rtnth and Hordy, at
uncre iB,iiaiia, iwwau
1 50.PW 10-75.UUU troops, unnot.
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmWi , 2 1
BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSati UeO( .rO
lt!Pm in " foil :
and twenty rniles from
h Wiexpcct (o bear tbe
riusjro are ordercdJo-kecn
icbrtdinarcb. Xoii may soon
jngjiews Trom this dfredtiort;
Jinnonauinp ior botoo- iay
The March of Freedom.
TheTribnne's Washington dispalci of
tue lllh snjs -- - -
Threo steps in the interest of Freedom
were taken Jby different-branches" of the
Government to day. The Presidentsign
edTthis gradual ".E mancipation -resolution.
TEe House, by a more two third vole, pass-
ed tbe bill abolishing Slavery in the Dis
trict of Columbia, and tbe faenale, by an
equally gratifyiBgf majority, repealed all
lairs disqualifying colored persons from
carrying the mails. Jd the House sever ,
al-Republican-members who had prepared
speeches in favor .of the Abolition bill,
voted for immediate: action upon it. A
mocg the Ayes' weresercfal Democrats".
and several -ultra Conservatives, and-.everj-
xtepiuucau. a. uuiuucr ui xeiuuuntid,
from New York wera convehiently absent.
The House grew wild with excitement as
it rejected amendment after amendment,
and finally passed the bill as it. came from
the Senate. It now only awaits the sig
nature of the President. Senator Sura
ner's- till enatHng-colbred ""persons -lb te
be mail cariers passed the Senate without
a ,word of debate. If ever, certainly not
of late -years, has a bill -'opposed to the
predjudice of race met with such a recep
tion as tms. It was introduced quietly,
referred to the Post-Office Committee, re
ported back by Senator 'Collamer, and
passed, as if it were a measure atrecl-
idb wtiita people. ,i nomas. JenersoDs
Postmaster General'Gideon .Granger, is
the father of the law which the Senate
voted to repeal. In 1802, he recommend
cd its passage in a public communication
but gave bis real reasons in a private Jet
ter to a Georgia Senator, he saying it was
to delicate a subject to be discussed 'open
ly : buUtbo truth was that -a negro em
ployed in the carriage pf the mails would
soon "gel to Know too much, to know his
rights," Air. tiranger a recommendations
did not become a law till 1810. In 1825
when the Post Office la. vs were remodeled
the statute of 1810, retained in substance,
was modiDeu in form. It, still sfands up
on the statue books, and imposes a fine of
$20 for every r.iolaiion 'of lts provisions. '
I bo passngt) of the bill abolisbiDc; sla
very in the District of Colurobiarwas'fol-
lowed by applauso in the House. All the
Democrates from Ohio present vbted a
gainst the' bill. Only two members from
tbe Slavehcldinn- Stales, Messers. Blair of
Missouri -anoT Fisher - ofDeleware, kvot'ed
for itrand'of lh'6 twenlv-iine agamsX twen
ty-two artfFiee Slates.. The opponents of
Iba measure express confidence that the
President will veto- Iba bill; while the
friends of emancipation are sanguine that
it will be approved.
Slavery in the Border States.
The Frederick Examiner, of Maryland,
chronicles the recent sale of families of
slaves in that vicinity, wcrth 2,500, for
$400, and remarks: "We admonished the
sympathizers with the rebellion in advance,
that this would be tue consequence of the
crime and fully cfsccession ; but lliey would
not heed. Wo tell them now that their
acts have sealed llio fate of the institution
jJSTTbo rebel Congress at Richmond
has passed an act nearly unanimously,- to
repeal their tariff and throw open their
. . i ,
ports to free trade wilh all except the
United Slates. This is their last bid to
foreign recognition and aid, but it comes
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
mi i n'..j
C. Z. & C. R. R.
Trains leave Millcrsburg:
Arrire at Millerbburg:
Express.. .......... ,
525 A. M.
10:55 A. M.
4:07 P. V.
......7:50 P. SI.
PITTSBURG, FT. WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILROAD.
5T:i - -
..7:45 A. M.
!):43 A Oil.
Cleveland & Pittsburg Railroad.
Cleveland & Pittsburg Railroad. TIME TABLE.
To take Effect November 4, 1861.
Trains Going North.
IaTe Hudson as Wloirs: . .
Mail " $0 A. jr.. (Arrire Cleveland 8:15 A. 11.
Eiprcsa. . .-o4r,-jr. ' "'.saor.M.
Mail 10iM. IT. J Arne.ritUi)0.r2 4:10 r. II.
." ." 1 5T. ATbeelinr. 6:40
Express, 4:lfP.lf. ""t, ntUburj.lO.-O0
r.cave Cleveland, oaa 'A.lt. t
do 3:10 P. M.
Xeafe Pittilrare-'lAi A. M. i J
Lcare.Wbecnnr,ir:lSA.M: i ij4
i oo K r. ii.- tf -
N. McCULLOUGH, Prest.
N. McCULLOUGH, Prest. F. R. MYERS, Gen't Ticket Ag't.
Hate ew's Vcsztus. LioklSaie Dnv Acknowl
edged bj.all the pe plui.tUtnus Cheapest in .the world,
Elri)jnpilied;rort .to",charmProdncfS asjt.abada
tbatmabaderfred, Re&toretgwr hairs .tots origi
nal color; doei not Stf or -scorch the, hair,'p'rodac a
permanent-toloroue that will, ieitbor fade, croclCor
irash out. 'Been IrTisMieVfor Jfleen year?'. ."Alwars
gives compieteJu.tbfactiol Remember! Ihij.LesU as
wen as me coeapesi. xor sale ai ibe liUiiH-olUttA.
PriceM tents. Prepared only bjj
N. McCULLOUGH, Prest. F. R. MYERS, Gen't Ticket Ag't. Marriage Notices.
OIAJUIIED On tbo lOtb inst by tbc jler.
CU-OwrSs Mr.- DAVID H. AVALLIOK and
3isg.SSffiAH'E. MOORE, both' livirip; near
F.tbe lOth'instact by lbe Rev. James
1 airin TwiiHrnimifTi'Bor.iN- 'rpar
iVMRAlfDREW" PARSONS and
fARU ANCEall. pf.Holmes .Co.
n the liLh. instant! . S UK AN-iafant.
cd 14 montti. w
V -'r "A
'SirrpeAby tbe-'nd's mtimely blasn" '
Parched by tbgni director.ray,
Ti abrawtarglor'e 3
,TBSgUred bVtuticR die'atfay."
- - .lTTT,T . 0iinniAl uxiix.
DRUSHtL, consort of Jomc DRUsnEL,of Lipsie
TMitnam wont j.-fifrmt rl jof Holmes 'comity. .
THE MARKETS. Millersburg Market.
MILLERSBURG, April 6, 1862.
- . --d.- f.. .$3,50
.Buckwheat floirlSOt) FlixKi Si on
JKvDonr ipcwUS150 Timo'ydo, ,1,50
t jjt-ot wis auu. -urccn Anpies ......uu
CornW. a ,...,33 Dried Aiiplcs....$l.00
Oats.! -.. . . .-20 Dried Peaches. . .$2,00
Rye ...40 Smokca Hams 5
Baxley.'. i.3035 BtaokoU Shoulders.. .3
Butter..... ..-tlO Smoked Sides
Efes j.. .6 Dressd Tbrlr. S'i3)i
, MRS. ELLEN" MARTIN, j
T. ESP.ECTFCL1.Y inform ib
XVLadies of JJillcrsbarp anil' of
II ! 1 i :n
UWU1BWJWU; UM. CUC aUU
rics on liie '
fn. aIl-!trxiOQ branches "She
luur bind x fin lot of tbe SPRING
Silks, . Crapesr 'Braids, Artificial
- - v Ready--jMad.G . .
SIIiK & 3IOUK XING BOIVWETS
keDt on band at all time;, all or wliich irffl &e sold to
cnstilmcrs at rsrr low price... jtll t( vozTl will
be done In the latest &&hioo,on abort nflice, and In a
gooifmDfuniataimanner. - .
Residence an Mad Anthony street; North cf Cbcrrr
holmes' Store, two doors North ofllr. Spronl's rc5i-
aence. - -
Jlilldrsbnif, April 16,-lSS2-Str
- Z-N cGormicS:,
"Wind me with care and treat me well.
Ani let m hare fairptaj.
And I, Jo jon will try and tell,
The precise time of daj.
JC, from some cause I chance tq stop,
JlBd tail to fjtTe tbe hooi
Then UV? ne quick to HcConxiCKa sliop
AuiUie.vHl gire wot pover.-
GO AND SEE 1
AT. VrI McCORMICKJS
FINE STOCK OF WATCHES.
fc WARR ANTEITFOR TIME; ; rJ
TVatehe trsuallj-sold for twenij-CTe and tbirty dol
lars, be sell for sixteen and eighteen dollars.
PRICE LIST OP FINE CtOCKS.
Eight-day Seth Thomas Clocks, lest xuaiitj, (with
exira alarms ior - 3
Thirty-hoar Seth Thomas Clocks,, best quality.
(with extra aUrms) for - - $6,50
Calendar Lercrs, whiclvstriko tho hour, best qual
ity, for - - &r - 8,00
Eisht-day Church Clocks; ;iiitnaliy tidia.iiiers-
hurtr far 1ft nd12- fori- - - J6.00
CIoct of ail styles and prices which' defy competition.
ay examining tue soot price 11st iv 111 oe seen mat
ihoFe who bny frorajtraveling country peddlers are gross
ly imposed upon, both in price'and quality. Call and
see, and be convinced.
FINE-STOCK OF JEWELRY,
Of the lates French .fasVonr: Cold Lockets, Gold Pin,
fi old Chains of all strips. Gold Rioers. Ladies Gold
Sets of all styles. Gold Tens and Pencils,
rRooms, .one door east of TVerich's Hardware
Store, MiLersbnrg,0. K. P.. McCORMlCK.
April i(,ioo wvi
The Stanton English and Classical
For jSIales and ITmalesl
Jf IXSTITUTIOX under tliia name, will bo opened
MILLERSB UR G, 0,
On Monday, April 21st, 1862,
Under the care of Iter. J. A. E. SIMPSON",as Prinripal,
and Mi3 MAOUIE'A. tyN'IGIJT.-A'eshtant, tor a session
of twenty-one neeks.
Jiatcx of ZitUion for the full Session:
Common Engl'sh Branches
iiigaer .aiuemaucsana sssn. ccieoces
Lanaages Latin and Greek -
The Principal takes nleasnre in amionnein'- to narrnf n
and guardian, Laving children ox Trards to educate,
that baring secured the raluaUe services of Mis MAG
GIE A. KNIGIIT, n graduate ol 'Washiogton Female
Seminary, Ta, and an experienced tfacher, and having
himself had considerable experience in conducting
schools, we hope to make to make tbe Sianton Institute
worthy of( a liberal patronage.
No eftorts will be snared to exert a wholesom ipfln.
ence over the morals of the students.
Uoardioz and rooms can be obtained in nnblie houses
or in prirate families, In town onvicinity, at reasonable,
For further particulars apple bylelteror perfionilir
to J. A. E. SIMPSON.
Or Miss MAGGIE A. KNIGHT,
Bank CaildiDtr. Millcrabtinr. Ohio.
.April 17, 1S62.
JUST WHAT WAS -WANTED !
' In Millersburc:
rpHE nndersStned KtyillnSllj jnToras thecitiiens'of
I -Holmcia&d adioinlnff 'eonntlea tliaL'rm haxnrpnMl
where all 'descriptions orXeather, Shoemaker's Find
ingi, tkc may, always be.Jiad ut tbe lowest possible
prices. Anions his assortment of leather may be found
Country UDoer, country Calf. French Calf. Kid Calf.
4)11 Dressea JTofaceo, .Topplncs of every varietfcatid
color; Sole Leather of ercry kind, BalTaloKrianish,
Drinoto, Country Tan, Buenos Ayres, fcc, also Harness
Leather. Linincs of CTenr TarietT and color. Paddlns-
Skins, tJiang Leather,
o( every description, Thread, Nails, Wax, Cramp Boards
Pegs, Lasts, Boot Trees, Saddlers and Shoemaker's Ink,
good article of Tanner's Oil, constantly oohand.
GASH -EMDORi HIDES! ?
Skins, Sheep Pelts, Furs, kcn kc.
He flatters himself thai 'with ttrcntyfour years ex
perience in Tanning, thtf he ought to be.a "good Judge
o( &iLHcres the puUietbit he jrjU offer
none for sale .burn bat he believes to be good.
Store room three doors East of Book Store and 2 doors
west of Welrich's Hardware Store.
frfbuAprine, 1S62.X "T 7 ' 228'
A Chance to Slake Money!
Best Horse in America!
riTS nnRSF. has mada sir seasons In Wooster. in
X soccesslon, wUI makot he-season of 1882jn Holmes-
Title, Holmes county, commencing on cue Tin aayoi
April, and ending oa the 34 day of Jily. He-swill A
Hmibsd tlo thirty-five mares. "Ihbae wiihiog tc eagige
the services of this cetobrated horse should annlysc
as there will be no. applications .reccired after this list
is full. He wilt be at Holmcsvflle, on Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday of each iretk, and at Clinton on Friday
and Satanlayl' '.' ' 3ET3
.ineuiapienaor is exceiieaojno uorsemnr.- in
temper and spirit he exhibits the' plajfalnesi and rjocili
of a pet lamb, with the courace and power of ajsrar
horse, who rcjolceth in his strength and mosketh afear.
uia epienaor lsjnorru jeanroiu, aana nas- roaue more
reasons and is tbo fire oftonoThones.-thVnjy-.other
stallion in the 6 tale'. James' Glen, of 'Ashland county.
uni , nas a siauion sirea
Iirs snuo-tnstue-et xnreer:
onVtho&sand for him. J
that hare been aoldat from two to Ave hundred dollars,
The. 014 Splendor has! the qullitp to. get running, trot
ting,' carriage and draft horses. ,
JASPER l'OULSOK, J0"-
Till K Township Awcssom of the 8cvral townshlpsfril
.-owct at the office of the Cponty-Audltcrrin Millers.
burg.'on Wcdnesdayt-thelOth-d.iy ofApirilTlSM; atone
o'clock P. M., forilie pu'rpoi pt echingtheir Books,
Blanks and lnstrnetions.' . rr.
? JfcJQn. WElTJIAK.CovAud.
April IOSbWJ: J"
NOTICE is hcrcby gTverrtal James Hebron and Son,
of Uillersknrg, HoijBurtonnty, Olilrt, have made an
assignment of their property, raonoy,-'rip;hts and cred
its, to the undersigned far.ttre, benefit ef their creditors
without preference.- . . f
Creditors-are reqaeffedto present their claims to the.
under! good .at jtaidtownofillllershurg, for allowance
within iu months from this date. '
i .fii." " B.C. BKIJIVN, Assignee.
THIS CaWnge whleh Is" the most 'popular Tarity
crowu. oririnated in iIarbIehead.iljLisachusettA. It
is disttneuished. for its rembuitr for beading.
this rarirtr of cabba m-ere exhibited in V'
setts and New York. Fjus measuring 6 feet in drcum-
of this variety of cabbage m ere exhibited in
Seed for Sale at tbe Boole Store
IS an En ilLsh and Classic Academy for both sexes,
situated in Berlin, noJnies county, Ohio. seven miles
east OX -alluenAUrg- j up mjru stnmuh hui cumuicncc
On-ilonday, April 21st, 1862.
Tuition in' advance for sc?.-ionof 20 weeks.
Common Branches - - t- - - $ 6,00
Higberitbematics and Xat. Sciences" - - S.00
Latin and Greek Languages ----- 10,00
German and French extra - - 5,09
Instructions on tie Piano 13,00
UFe of Instrument M - - - " 3,00
Vocal Music " - - - - 10
The FrindDal is a eradaate of Jefferson College, an
has had considerable experience Ju the management of
Eer. IIEXRT E. .LIPPECT, Professor of Languages
and Mnsic, has been teaching in ntLsunrgana umcago
for the last ten years. He is highly -tecommcn Jed by
his former patrons.
The location ot tbe Institute is elevated and healthy.
Good boarding can bo obtained, in private Cunilies at
Students can rent rooms and board themselves at a
virr email piDehse.
- . - ja J i it. . rM n r
A lew pupils can oe accommotuicu iu tue immiy ul
TIr 1 T- 7. t.n. 41,. .itnn
tilt' A faUripaj. A V UVU lUU UlUgu . s rwcau "
be rortr-fire dollars in acrance. lnisinciuaesBoaruinr.
room, iignt,iaei ana tnition lame regaiar,vraacncs.
J. C. GILI.A5I, Principsl.
liarch 6, 1S62. Berlin, Ilolmea county, 0
J T7ILL offer at reduced prices,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
A large lot cf Plain" and 'Fancy Silks, French and Eo-
giisn wennoe. plain ana ngnrea; jionairs;piain
and figured DeLaincs, Cobergs, ic,
Jliegc Goods toiii h Sold
OALL and SEE them,
Scotch and Domestic Ginghams at old prices.
A new lot best prints just ree'd. Good prints at 12,'
' AT MUL VANE'S.
Cambrics, Jadconets, Bishop Lawns, Swiss, kc
AT MUL VANE'S.
Droclie, long and Square;'"tVoo!enT Merino, and a Tarle
iy-01 oiuer styles, to oe sou at reuucea prices,
AT MUL FANE'S.
Ladles Grey and Black Ccloth Cin. laie.t-strle?;
will be sold at reaneeti prices.- uau anu fceeincm,
AT MUL VANE'S.
Brown and Bleached hectinza at 12f.
AT MUL VANE'S.
Xubies, Gloves Hose, kc ,
About a wagon load jnst received, will be sold cheaper
man ine same can oe Dongni eisewnere.
A laree stock of Broadcloths. Doe.'kin and Fancv Cas-
sloieres. Veilings, Satinets, Jeans, Tweeds, Farmer and
Aicbuamcs afBimun.'Bj 10 ov torn cueap.
AT MUL VANE'S.
Mats fc Caps.
The largest and cheapest stock in town. Call and see.
AT MUL VANE'S.
Boots & Shoes,
A lcrge stock of Boots and shoes, cheaper than ever.
tail ana see mem.
AT MUL VANE'S.
A set of 47 pieces, best White Granite ware, for $4,00.
Cheap as the Cheapest. Good Sugar at 10 cts, Good
Ky-Tbe highest cash price paidJ6r-all3ib" of
Ll Countrr nroduc. -Come and examine be
fore puFhc5tngelsc where.
:h. 27,1562. 28
BOUGHT three of Wicr's Portfolio Enrelopcs last
week, and in addition to the other articles, cot one
silrcr plated Batter Knife, worth a $15 one set of
Meero i,nttons,.wortii ou cis., anUAiiTa urcasti in,
worth $1,00 Trj your lact Tor sale at the
Edward XeTille,pltff Before Robert Justice, a jus
against r '. v tics of the Peace, of Hardy
Iticheson Uticim.isler,drf J township. Holmes C.0.
OM tne 8tn da.ro! Wbruary.A. V. 15G2, said justice
of the Deace issued an order of attachment for the
sum of thirty-fire dollars"and ECrenteen cents, and
irooaoie eosia. jaia cans, is set lor neanns; on tae
2th of April, 1602. EDWARD KEVILLE.
larcb 0, 1S62.
TIIE undersigned will otTer for a short time at private
sale for cash, the entire stock &Blspdhiiaoy
IB 0N,NAILS and a GENERAL A S-
S0RTMENT of HARD WARE.
Errrythins; usuallj found lu a first class Hardware Es
tablishment, may ue purchased at great bargains.
I am also authorized to sell at nrirate sale tho east
third of In-tot No. 2. in Millerabunr. and fortr feet off
the sonth sido of In-Lot No 18, In Ingle's addition to
tne town oi siiuersourg.
ii. u. jjkuw a. Assignee
Uillerslmrg,0. AprU8,1832. ' of . J. Hebron k Son.
TO the crepitors of 'William Booth, au insolvent debt
or. All persons Indebted will pleate fake notice
inat on tne uuixlxj ot Kebroary, A. V. JWiZ, wtuiara
Booth made application before the undersigned a Has
ter.Commtssioncr, ol Holmes county; O., for the bene
fitof the insolvent lav, under the statue in such" cases,
made and provided, and that on the lSJh'of April, A. D.
18C2, the undersigned will file with the. Clerk oftl.e
Court of Common Please, of Holmes conntr. Ohio. The
bonds and copy of tbe original papers filed by said Booth
tor .mo census oi lusoiTeni taw. xeiore me,
JOHN HUSTONV '
ITarch 21. .1502-32 Master Com.
TO the creditors of Joseph A. Robinett, an insoWent
debtor. All persons interested will please taKeno-
tico that on tbe Jdtbe kay oi February a. U.-I8t.', Jo
seph A. Robinett made application before the nnder-
etgaed, a Master Commissioner, ot Holmes county, O-,
fnrlhn hiofit nf the InKnlrent law., tindrr the SLiltittt
n-s(bxate3 made and provided, and that on the ISth
aayoi April, iooz, me unaersignea win uie wit a me
uieric oi me uour oi common nests. oi iioimes cooniy,
Ohio. A copy of the orlgnal papers filed by said Robi
nett, tor me Dcneat 01 insoivcniuw.
March 24 1S82-S2
TO the .creditors' of.Diniel K. Knrns, an insolrent
debtor. All persons Interested will.ulease take .no
tic, that on the 15th day of February A. 1). 1882,- Daniel
K.Korns made cppttcatlon beforo the undersgncdTa
Master Commissioner of-Ilolmea county, -Ohio, for tho
lnsolrrnt Iaw,undertheSUbit in such casesy-madeand
rroilde"'! "ni "al on-the'J8th"day'orAfril(J8d2, tho
undeytlgntd wiir mewlth the Clerk'S' tbo-Bonrt-or
iommon i ieas oi iioimcs.couniyuo-ODpr-or tue
riirinal lapcrs filed by said Korns for the bencut of the
law. fleferemo, JOUNytlUSTON,.
liarch 2t, 18032 HailerCoin.
rnlilT Board "dfsMijMgaincrs, within and f6r.tb.
JL county of Htmmz.jLil meetings for the exam
ination of Teachemnf common schools,. in tho'town of
iilersuurff, on tbe btn and :d orMarch, and oa the
51handl0tUol 'trll,lS02. V:
JS"V.. Jnnll.r.4.'ni .MllliT .n;lA A'.Tr..V
.iS. '' t ' rtOBEBT JUSTICE, Clerk. ''
Jiillejsburg, Feb. 20,1852:. &SfJ:
STOVE PCfLiSH. t
N IjARGBOR SIIAX,Ii iujntilis.(nr
.am ai ma 7nm
H I C HP
I-WILL SELL -THE BEST
Don't be galled by any ona claim
ing to sell coal oil; there is
I will sell
At a Reduction of
30 PER CENT.
A GOOD LIMP
For 05 Cents.
A complete subslituto for spir
its of turpentine, used by all Cabi
net Makers and Painters,
For 40 cent's per sdllon
YhrmTi r sT
i IIIUI rlUuffiS!
I WILL SELL BETTER
1 ii s
For the same money; tfian
'any other man' in Millers
mob - -
! Have got Eyeryihin
COmE $c SEE
H. S. WESTON.
Mllicttburf March 1, 1S62.
WHAT A COMMOTION!
Goods are. Coming in Better and Better.
TEXTURE AND COLOR MAG-NIFOENT!
OB 5 J
We -will talte your PRODUCE AT THE HIGHEST PRICE. Give yon more good, and betUr
gooas man jou can gei aajwnere in town ior ine amount.
WE HAVE A. GOOD STOCK;
Amoiiff Tvliicli will be FoRnd
French Ginghams, Plain & Fancy SUki,
Cassimcres. Jeans and Twetdi,
Ladies' Cloths, all colars, ' Brown Sheetings,
Check, tc, tc.
'Bleached Sheetings, " Shirtings, tickings,
SHAWLS Thibit. Stella, India, Brocha, Silk, Crape and others. BALMOREL and
HOOPED SKIRTS, GLOVES and GAUNTLETS for Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses. Boys and
Infants; Lisle, Union, Silk, Cotton, Kid and Berlin, in all sizes, colors and quantities. COT
TON HOSE, all colors.
Notions of all kinds, Groceries, QncenswaTc,
March 13, 1862.
Boots, Shoes masl,
J. E. KOCH.
FIRST NEW GOODS
Is receiving his
Second Sto ck
. WINTER GOODS!
whtck he is scllingat
and iniitcs the,traJIng commtmit to glance at tho fol
io wm; prices;
Calico, for - -Calico
Brown lluslin for
Bleached Lnslln for
Big 'Stock-of Cotton Goods,
CHEAP SUCi&R?- ' .
' i ?-.' ' - "! " "
CHEAP HATS, .
From ..26, cents o- $JL .per, - Yard,
If jon wast JLa. t relief orchard ,IJmea, bnj joar
(ooda ot CHERRTKOIJ1E J,?Toa can ' -
.Savokf oney by it.
OLD GOODS at OLD PRICES.
Cncrrrholmts'.iailiaflaes to get
'Gasli for Butter & Ems.
The.higheat'prices paid for Butter and Ejfi
CALI. AT CUKIUi
fr-Iernhd. cheap aticS,-?? Cooda "atIChcrrTholmca
Bolter, Egns, IJird. Ttllpw.'rugs, B-a,I.lhenS
Keliruarr IS, 1842:
"rOUIdiiandSlliweef alt5. inrt recelred at th
BOOK tVAKlGTY STORK. Ttj ara-endouht-:
At' MiUersbxirg, Ohio.
HEBRON fc SON" iar; Jnst recelred at
their Store, a large and anperior itock of Hard'
ware, Iron, Nai, Cutlery, Glass, Window Sash,
And in short, everything nsnallr kept In a Hardware
Store; to which they inrite public attention. Tjeir
stoctris corrplete, embracing in the Hardware lino, and
has -been carefully selected from- the best markets.
Promising to oss of their stock at unprecedented
They respectfully solicit share of public patronage.
II"They are agents for the Klrby Reaper and Mow
er luid for other Machines. HEBKOX & SON.
April IS, 1851.-35
BETTER AND BETTER.
THE man who offered to fell $1 worth of doth for 7
cents was something of a bepefiaetor then hard
times, bat wnen jea can get aoont uto nme mo irona
of it fqr twcnly-fiTc cents, then is the time to purchase.
READT READT READT
PORTE OL I O
12 Sheets Commercial Nof. Paper,
S Sheets of Ladies' i'ote Paper,
12 "Bu (T EnTelopes; Plata, " .
0. 17hlU EnTelopes. Beautif ally Embellished
lAccemmodatf on Fen-Holder,
1 Fine Pocket Pencil,
1 Blotting Pad,
IQ0 New and.YaloaUa Receipts,
1 .War Hymn,
i S EBgraTtng:!lltratIeii "War ImpleKtats,
1 Xew Method for Computing- Interest
: Fashionable Designs for Collars,
t " 2 Cndersleerfs,
2 " " Underskirt.
1. " Corner Handkerthier
3 ' Cuffs,
1 - " Silk Purse,
1 Chfld's Jacket,
1 Oma. PiUow Case.
1 Trareler's Maie, (or Pnnlo Garden.)
One Beautiful Article of Jewelry;
Suehas Bracelet, Ear-rings, Neck Chain, Watch Chain,
Breastpin, Jtrmlet,. MedaHon, SleoTe Buttons, Snrrr
Pencil, or some other article.
FOR SALE BOOK STORE.
WHEN you are coming to town yonrsejref to call at
tbe Book Store' and get a prise package Earelopa
If not coming;, send by your ntighber the first chare
you baTa, Price -5 cents, sioney re nine ea in u r
stancts where the parties hare not recelred nearljl--.ee
as much as the same money would tray if purchased la
the ordinary way.
Going! -Going! Going!!
THE PRIZE EN7EL0FE PACKAGES for sale at the
Book Store, are going off like hot cakes, on win
ter morn. Mrs-. Ha.en drew a SILVER PLATEDD
BUTTER KNIFE. This sold dosens in her neighbor
hood. Mrs. Chapman got a DOUBLE LOCKET, worth
$2. This sold a doten more to her neighbors, who, if
they did cot draw lockets drew romething else, with
which they were .satisfied. Each package contains 38
titC worth of paper and enTeTopea alone, besides other
Taloablei Try one and be satisfied Its no humbug.
Gargliir Oil for sals
PERRY DVT IS'
at the i
Fail Killer for salo
IQ. For sale at the
BURNETT'S Cocoalno for tke Hair
Forsale at the BOOK STORE.
XJ at the
18C2 FOR SALE
TT-IXIt? tPn TiT.TTK ANIlliIiAtlKr IN
l- j, i,i receirea at tue