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Lanbacb, While k Cunningham, KDITOES AND P&OrKIETORS. Iilleksbueg, O., : : Oct. II!, 1870. Election Returns. are Glorious News! Ohio 25,000 Republican. publics ;an. Pennsylvania 2,500 to 5,000 Republican. Indiana 3,000 to 4,000 Republican. Gain of One Congressman in Ohio! Shellabarger, Bingham & Schenck Re-Elected! Whole Republican Congressional Delegation Re-Elected. Lorain county, in twelve town,' shins, gives 1,600 Republican ma jority; a Kepulilican gain of 290. The heaviest gains are .in German localities. Sandusky. Tins city and town ship gives Foster 597 majority; a countv gives Foster 1,000 majority. There is news enough in to insure Foster's election by 1,000 majority. Xenia, Ohio. The city and town ship gives Sliellabarger a majority of 1.023; a Henunlican gain over Hayes of 173. Springfield citv and township 005 Remtblicnn majoritv. Gain of 75. Oxford, Ohio. Sclienck 440; Campbell 277; Republican gain 08 over Hayes last fall. Elyria The Republican gain in ("amineton townshin is loll over Haves. The Democratic candidate got only 27 votes: Hearty's majority is :!Uj. Pittsburgh, October 11. 22il District, Ncglev, regular Republi can, majority 2200; Frow, Reform Republican, polls les,s than 1000. Alleghany county. Republican ticket'elected, 23d District, Mc .Ttink- in's majority 2100. Galion, Crawford county Dick enson, Democrat, 100 majority. Re publican gain' 170. Hnbbeil onlv got 30 votes in Cardington town fillip. Delaware lleaty 2 majority; Re publican gain of 20. Rutler county, Ohio. Gives Campbell 1,175 "majority: Republi can gain of 77. Gallipolis. Republican majorit 287; large Republican gains. Columbus, 0., Scattering re turns from all parts of Ohio show large Eepublican gains. Crestline, Crawfonl county, 73 Democratic majority; Republican gain of S9. Water 'Works carried by 242 majority? Moorjleld Sliellabarger s major ity is 82; a gain of 44. Shelby, county, Ohio, nine town ships heard from, give a Republican gain otlM. Jjnndusky First Ward, Republi can majoritv 191; Republican gain 100. Sanduskv gives Foster 000 major ity. I'omcroy, Ohio Returns from three wards give a Republican ma jority for Congressman ot 70: a Re publican gain of 153 over 1808. I a VERY LATEST. Oct. 12, 11 o'clock, a. m. Super intendent Booth' telegraphs that the State has gone Republican by about 25,000 majority. The whole Repub lican delegation re-elected to Congress, NEWS ITEMS. The census made terrible work on the frontier. It reduced the popu lation of Omaha from 50,000 to 13, 000; that of St. Joseph from 40,000 to 18.000; that of Council Bluffs from 20,000 to 11,000; Leavenworth from 35,000 to 21,000; and Kansas City from 50,000 to 17,000. This 5s worse than war. A report from Laramie. Wyoming, hays a party of gentlemen from that place have" discovered a mountain range nortli of that place composed almost entirely of magnetic ore. The range is claimed to lte about twenty miles wide and two thousand feet high, running north and south, and or unknown extent. A you til wa lamenting to his father theordeal of iioppingthe qucs tion. "Poohr said the patriarch, "how do you suppose I managed?" "You necdn,t talk," replied the hopeful; "you married mother, and I've got to marry n strange girl." The American Sunday-school Union has organized In Illinois alone, during the last twenty-live years, 4,409 new Sunday-schools, and gathered into tliem 20,027 teach ers and 180,777 scholar. Truly, this is a record that should make every Christian heart groteful. On of our exchanges, "whose pub lisher needs money to run his office, thus duns his subscribers "Walk up, roll tip, tumble .up, step up, jump up, climb up, run up, skate up, nac up, rusn up, swim up, n.v up, crawl up. fire up, steam up, sail up, push up, any way so that, you get up and settle your subscription Dins. j)n Iowa paper tells of a. nart wife that helped her' husband to raise sc'f enty acres of wheat. .The way she helped him was to tahrt in the door and shake ft broom at Jiim (Then he sat clown to Vest! NEWS ITEMS. 14th District A Large Republican Gaines. MONROE ELECTED! ABOUT 800 MAJORITY. The returns from t!ir tliticrcnt counties in tlie 14tli District arc about an follows some of which ollicial. Ashland givc Critchfichl, Demo laO majority; a gam ot a.) AVelker for Jlonroe. Kepulili; pain in the county 250. arne CritelifieJUs majontv 700, a larere Democratic sraiu. Holmes CritchfieM's majoritv countv is l,o0.r: a loss of nearly COO compared with. his majority 18C8. In Hardv township alone, Critchficld's inajoritv is 2M5 less in 1808. Lorain Monroe's inajoritv 2,200. In twelve townships there Kepulilican majority of 1,000; of 2D0. The heaviest gains among the Germans. Medina This county foots up for Monroe about 825 majority. Holmes County! REJOICE! REJOICE!! Well Done "Little Holmes." Large Democratic Loss! frx-n flin inojnritlpg the different townships .in this County for L. R. Critehfield, Demo cratic candidate for Congress: Hardv, 239; German, 120; Me chanic, 81: Richland, 135; Berlin.52; Walnut Creek, 103; Prairie, 99; Creek. 84: Monroe, 41; Kipley Washington, 41; Knox, 81; Paint, 113; Kilbuck 153. Total 13fla. Next week we will give the official vote of the County showing the Re Tiuhlican and Democratic vote compared with the vote of 1808, Glorv enou!ih for one day. Let the Republicans anil all who favor re form rejoice at this grand result. WAR NOTES OF THE DAY. We hasten to put on a new feature of the war. A battle has been fought and the first account have of it is the statement of the French commander that he was bad ly whipped, a statement immediate ly promulgated from the headquar ters of the Provisional government. Wether the object of this new poll cy is to awaken the French people to the dangers of their position and the necessity of doing somethiiv quickly, we. cannot say, but it looks like it. The engagement took place on .Monday, tnc lutn, at Aricnay, thirteen miles north of Orleans the railroad to Paris. A strong body of French troops held the place, which was suddenly attacked in morning by the Prussians and after sharp battle the French were driven out of the town. A larger force of French came up from Or leans and renewed the battle, after fighting until three o'clock the afternoon they were driven into the adjoining forest, which the com mandant says, will be "defended any price." " Aside from this engagement war news is of little interest. The Duke of Mecklenburg's corps marching to reinforce the army sieging Paris. There is nothing new frim Bazaine except the report byway of Berlin that his object to cut his way through to the Bel gian lrontier, possibly preicrring surrender to the Belgians to capture by; the' Prussians. Gambetta, in his proclamation the French troops, announces that he will soon have aid from heaven the sliane of the winter rains. That is an uncertain reliance. The Prus sians will scarcely wait for tJiR win ter rains before attacking Paris Lyons, and before the winter sets the war may be over. So far prospect is nr.t encouraging. An ollicial announcement has bee;i made in Berlin that whilst the Prus sian Government cannot reorganize the present Government of France. jt wijl not- restore the Bonapartes. This disposes of all the stories to contrary effect industriously afloat by anti German agencies. ITALY. The plebiscite ordered for the of October resulted in the casting more than 50,000 votes for Italian Unity, and less than fifty against In Rome the best f order prevailed. Flags floated from the houses of izcus. Processions with banners and music marched through streets. Working men went to polls in a body. Groat enthusiasm prevailed. In tho evening the was illuminated. Ihc temper the times is indicated in the purpose to erect a monument to those fell in the attempt of 1807 and for tho liberation of'Rome, and died in exile or on the scaffold the cause of liberty. The order Cailorna that the Pope may receive the same military honors that rendered to crowned heiuis, that military honor may also, rendered to Cavdinals; is simply of tho delicacy and modera tion with which it IiJ tho j)tirpot.e deal with the holy father. THE STORM. is is a of Virginia ha evepbeen subject to perio'didifstonns and floodsas sud den and destructive asfthose of more tropical' regions: but seldom has she lieen visited by a storm so terrible in its character and clfects .as that which desolated Ircr fields during the .ist week, and of which there is yet no cessation. ISeginnmg m ine ex treme southern part of the State, the storm traveled northward, seem- to increase In intensity until the Maryland border was reached, when its further progress was marked, by. mni-n t1iin ti,a ti-1i:i1 seventy ol ea,u'""-'ai moiiii". i "" inond westward to Staunton anil Lynchburg, on the route of the -r u- HiMi. James River, the greatest amount if mischief -has been done. Rich mond itself i- inundated, and the business districts flooded and im passable. The bridges crossing to Manchester have been destroyed, and human life placed in constant jeopardy from the falling buildings and floating debris. At Lynchburg railroad communication is broken off. the bridges and the cmoank ments benig thoroughly swept away. Human lire has also suffered, a whole family having perished, and the shocking report comes that at Har per's Fern- forty-seven persons have been killed. The swelling of the Virginia streams rushing into the Potomac has increased the volume of water alarmingly, and Washing ton, already suffering is threatened with an inundation as complete and destructive as that at Richmond. The crops of the Summer, carefully gamered throughout the A lrginia vallej-, have been utterly destroyed in this havoc of storm and flood. It is dreadful to coutcmplatc the suf fering that must ensue in this region not vet fully recovered from the desolations of war. loiter details increase, instead of diminishing the sum total of destruc tion caused by the flood in Virginia. Throughout the extent of her water courses from the mountains east to the Anna, and west on the lines of the James. Roekfish, and Shenan doah. the most erion- -ravages nave-lnni -imxlc. so far over 80 lives arc reported lost, and there is strong reason to fear that the num ber may prove still greater. STAMP DUTIES. as we Though we haye already noticed the fact, wo will again remind our readers that a material change has taken place on the first of October, in the Revenue law in regard to stamps on notes, fcc. By a copy of the amended law, we observe that the act provides for the repeal of "the stamp tax on promissory notes for a less sum than one hundred dollars, and on receipts for any sum of money, or for the. pa3incnt of any debt," from, and after the first day ofOctober, 1870. By another act, passed the same day, July 14th, 1870 'pvaimetl and preserved fish, shell flsh meats, fruits , and vegetables'' have been exempt from revenue tax since the passage of the act. THE MANSFIELD MURDER, VERDICT OF THE JURY—ROBISON ACQUITTED. quitted. on the but in at the is is to in and in the set; 2d of it At ten minutes past eleven o'clock Friday night, the ringing" of the Court House bell announced that tlie jury had arrived at a verdict in the Robisoii-Lunsford murder ease, Almost instantaneously there was a hurrying toward the Court House ot all classes of our citizens. Arrived at the Court House, the door was found closed against the crowd,, and ingress could not be obtained except by. the counsel in the case. At 11:25, Judge Geddes appeared, and the doors were thrown open, and the court room was filled to overflowing m a twinkling. Robinson arrived a minute or two later. At UnJO, the jury filed in through the clerk's office, and took their seats. Here fifteen minutes intervened, waiting lor the appearance ot the clerk a quarter of an hour of painful sus pense and death-like stillness and solemnity. Robinson sat with his clenched hands to his mouth, his fin gers toying with his moustache, as unmoved and tin impressible as ever, although a slight pallor of anxiety occasionally swept over his. features'. The foreman of the jury sat with a bundle ol papers the Judges' charge and tlie verdict in his hand. witu which no occasionally nerv ously tapped his knees. The jury looked very serious so mnch so that it struck several spectators as omnious,and whispers went round ,to the ellcct that matters looked unfa vorably for Robinson. At 11:45,: stir was observed in the audience, and the Clerk appeared in the rear of the Judge's seat. Clerk "Gentlemen of the jury, in this case in which the State of Ohio is plaintiff, and Ansel L. Robinson is detendent, navevou lonnd a ver- dictr.' Foreman I'We have" handing a slip ot paper to tuc Cleric. The Court "The Clerk will read the verdict of the jury." Here Robinson's face turned to an ashy palor. The Clerk proceeded to read clearly and distinctly, but with voice hesitating somewhat from emotion, holding the paper In a v ibly trembling hand, as follows: 1 lie Stated tuno, plaiutitf, vs. Ansel L. Robinson, defendent. Wc, the jury in this case, boing duly im paneled and sworn, affirmed and charged, do find and say that Ansel THOMAS GUISON, Foreman. the the city of who JSJ0 wo in of arc and lit1 in dicative As' he flin (shed reaiig, cheer upon cheer rang out, and crowds gathered around Robinson, wring ing his hands and embracing him. During all this scene Robinson stood up among his friends cool and calm, apparently less controlled liy emotion man any in ujc ropm. After order was partially restored the Court addressed the prisoner as follows: .'iMr, Robinson, it now becomes my duty to announce to you that you sand acquitted of tlp crime for which voii have licen tried. Mr. Sheriff, release the prisoner." Mr. Robinson an his friends then left the Court-room, ami the crowd slojyjy (jispprsed to. tlcif IIOtlK to Nanoleon has liren one of ihrt regular subscribers' of the- Philadel- phia if ess for th wast eleven y tan. 1 THE ETERNAL CITY. FULL ACCOUNT THE CAPTURE OF ROME. A corresboen t sends to fife Xew York Tribune the following ac count of the taking of Rome: Rome. September 20. At 5 o'clock precisely we heard the first shot. A battery had been posted some two hundred yards from where I was standing on a terrace, and its aim was to open a breach on the right hand of the Porto Pia. The lin-cision of the. Italian artillery was marvelous. The fire had been going on several hours, and long columns of black smoke rose. The breach was half done, when at the back of it wc perceived a house belonging to the Bonapartes had taken fire. At 9 o'clock a bombshell fell on the roof of St. Agnes Church. It smahsed the ceiling and fell into the church. An order was imme diately given to 6cvcral soldiers to mount to the top of the tower and hoist the white flair of the Geneva Convention. Several of the wound ed had already arrived, and if the bombardment had been aimed in that direction it would have been dangerous place. At half-past ten a strong fire of musketry was heard. T ran along the waj- where two cannon on the road had ceased firing, and entered the Pardoai Torlonia on the left of the road, and in a few minutes was opposite Porto Pia. The fire had ceased, and the Zouaves had hoisted the white flag. i. battalion of bersaglicri mounted the barricades, when those villains of Zouaves fired again, killing on the spot Signor Pateliere, Major of the battalion. General Caseny, with his wounded arm and his.staff, inarched in front, sword in hand, to the barricade. The 40th and 41st Regiments of infantry followed. The first officer who advanced was Signor' Valuziani, who" was exiled from Rome eleven years' ago, and was now all too happy to sec his native country agaiu. Just as he reached the top of the barricade he fell dead, struck by a bullet in the forehead The soIdleTsnnoiiiit tlnr barricades with jolly faces, and the Colonel of the regiment rides to the very top of the barricade. He has his cigar in Ids mouth, looks proud ly on his soldiers, and little-cares for the bullets whistling about his face. The troops have occupied the gates. The Papal artillery surrender, and the fire has ceased The Piazza del Termini was full of Papal artillery, a regiment of Zouaves, and a squadron of cavalry. The Piazza de Monte Cavallo was also occupied by the Papal 'artillery. All -were disarmed by the'Forty-first'. The, people liegau to pour in from every quarter, "with tri-color flags in their hands, shouting like mad for the King and the1 army. The Gen era! commanding one of the brigades was soon surrounded, by the people, who kissed his hands and ercn the legs of his horse, and cried, "Long live our' liberators!"' The Italian flag was soon hoisted on the Capi tolj bells were'pealed, military bands played the Royal March, and thou sands of voices cried, "Live Vic tor Emmanuel!" Oldrocn.and vp mcn are seen embracingthe soldiers, holding them tight by the. waist, and crying out, "Don't leave us any more in the hands of that hrnte, the Pope, his priests and his, brigands, The long .and line street ol the Corso looks like a fairy scene,, with its thousands of colored lamps. Its windows'are covered with flags, or of to be or of of be of oi of - UNITED STATES NEUTRALITY. By the' President of the United States: A Proclamation Whekeas, On the 22d day of Au gust, 1870, my proclamation was issued enjoining neutrality in the present war between France and .the North Gcrpian Confederation and its allies', and declaring, so for as then seemed to' be necessary, the' re spective rights and obligations of the belligerent powers ana oi citi zens of the United States; and Whereas, Subsequent informa tion gives.reason to apprehend that armed cruisers of the belligerents may be tempted t'o'abuse hospitality accorded to Jhem in the portshar- bors, roadsteads and other'waters Of tho United States, by making such waters subservient tb"thct purposes oi war. Xow, therefore, I, -Ulysses S. Grant, President of the .United States of America, do hereby pro; claim and declare, that any frequent;. mg and use of waters in the, mris diction of the United States In armed vessels of cither belligcrgnt, whether ships or privateers, lor tho purpose of preparing for hostile operations, or as posts of observa tion upon ships of war or privateers or merchant vessels ol other .belli erents lying within or being about to enter, the- jurisdiction, of the United States must be regarded as unfriendly and offensive and in vio lation of that, neutrality which it is the determination or, tins govern: ment to observe and to ,thc ,cnd. that the hazard and inconvenience" of such apprehended practices may be avoided, t further proclaim and de clare thnt from and after tho ,12th day of, October hist.,-and during the continuation .of the present, hostili ties between France and the .Xorth German Confederation and its allies, no ship of war or priyateer,of,eithcr belligerent shall be permitted to make use of,any port, harbor, road stead, or other .waters within the jurisdiction, of the Unjtod States, as a station or. place of resort for any warlike purpose or for the purpose of obtaining any facilities for war like equipment, and no ship of war or privatrer of cither belligerent shall lie pennittcd to sai out of, or have any port, harbor, or roadstead in waters subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, from which, a vessel qf either belligerent, whether the same shall be a ship of war;.a privateer, or a, merchant ship' shall have praviqiiBly departed, until after the expiration qf at least twenty four hours IVom the departure of Biich last mentiqiici1 vessel beyond the jurisdiction of the United Stateq. If any sllp of' Tfni' or pryatecr of cither belligerent shall, after the tJmc'thU notilientifin taxes eflect, enter any port, harbor nr rondstcad or waters of the United Status, kucIi 1 ' . . oi ' J S sIiallbereuuirejltH depart putTto ,sea itiin nwrntv-four aiietiier -entrance uuo such harbor, roadstead orwaters, except in case of a stress of weqther of her requiring provisions or things necessary for the subsistence her crewv or "repairs; in either of which cases the authorities ot the port, or the. nearest port, as the case may be, shall require her to put to sea as.soon. as possible after the ex piration of such period of twenty: four hours, without permitting1 her take in supplies beyond what may necessary for her immediate wants. And no such vessel which may have been crmitted to remain within the waters of the Lnited States for the purpose of repair within such port, harbor, roadstead waters, for a longer period than twenty-four hours after her neces sary repairs shall have been com pleted, unless within such twenty- tour hours a vessel, whether a ship war, privateer or merchant ship other belligerents shall have de parted therefrom, in which case the time limited for the departnre" of such ship ol war or privateer shall extended so far as may be 'neces sary to secure an iuterva) of not less than twenty-four hours, between such departure and that of any ship war, privateer or raerchantship of other belligerents which may have previously quit such port, harbor, roadstead or other waters; no ship war or privateer ot either helli; ercnt shall be detained m any ikrt. harbor; roadstead, or other waters the United States more than twenty-four hdurs, by reason of suc cessive departures from such port, harbor, roadstead, or other waters more than one vessel of either belligerent but if there be several vessels, of each or cither of the road steads, or waters, the order of their departure shall be so arranged as to afford the opportunity of leaving al ternately to the vessels of the re spective oelligerents, and to cause tlie Jeast detention consistent with the objects ,of the proclamation. Xo ship of war or privateer of either belligerent shall be permitted while in any port, harbor, roadstead or waters within the jurisdiction of tho United States to take in any sup plies except provisions and" such other things as may be requisite for tne sunsistenec ol her crew, and ex cept so much coal only as may be sufficient to carry such vessel, if without sail power, to the nearest European port of her own country, or in case the vessel is rigged to go umlor sail and may also be propelled wiin steam-iowor-tl(n with one half the quantity of coal which.shc would be.entitled to receive if de pendent upon steam alone, and no coal shall be. again supplied to any suen snip oi war or privateer m the same or any other port, harbor, road stead or waters ol the United States. without special permission, until af ter the expiration of three mouths from the, time when such coal have been last supplied to her within the waters of the United States, unless such'ship-of war or privateer- shall since last thus supplied have entered anEuropean port of the government to .which she belongs. In 'testimony whereof I have here unto set. my hand,, and caused .the seal of the United States to be af fixed! Done at the City of Wash ington,.this'8th day of October, in the j'ear of our Lord, one thousand eight' hundred and- seventy, and of tne independence of the United U. S. GRANT. By the President : HAMILTON FISH, Secretary of State. The "Hub" is in a hub-hub because the males don't get their mails on account of the females who re-placcd the males as clerks in the post-office and no not distrioute postal matter until several hours behind time for want of experience A Parssian wit, meeting a friend, remarks, "What beautiful shoes! Where, did you get them? How much did you pay ,for,' them? "Fifteen francs." "Fifteen francs! riiat s very cheap, considering how much call there is in them. Millersburg Market. CORRECTED BY H. & B. HERZER. H. & B. HERZER. General Produce and Commission Merchants. H. & B. HERZER. General Produce and Commission Merchants. OCTOBER 12, 1870. FLOUR. W bbL, Retail, -WHKAT, So. 1, M IuwIIm WHEAT, No. 2, "Red, bush, CORX, per bush (new)' . RYE. " - -BARI.EY," - - -OATS, new, Sbnsh. -CLOVER SEED. H bnsh, TIMOTHY SEED, 7 -' FLAX SEEP, -WHITE BEAKS, " POTATOES, " HAY-. t ton, . EGGS, V dot, BUTTER, (in roll) t, lb. CHEESE, ' LARD,i ' - - -HAMS. SHOULDERS, M lh., -TALLOW, DRIED APPLES. 4 111, DRIED PEACHES, V 11,., PAREP PE.ACHES, -BAGS," lh, -FEATH:HS,lbu SALT, bbl. retail, - - 1.03 i a - 13 . ta "TOSH) Si 4 73 - , 4 00 - 1 ' ' 1 DO - 00 r.ixi -" 2-2 23 ' 1G 13 S tog 11 73 3 30 40 WOOD, per cord, . t T. 111. 3 3O4 00 "Wheat has again declined to ourriuotations, Wc loot for it to land at $1-00, and remain steady. In fact' other 'markets do not Justify over that anytrlie'ret Corn is alo lower and ill go. to W cent'.- Clover feed, it still on the decline. CLEVELAND MONEY MARKET. TUESDAY, Oct. 12. The demand for innner Is fair Iiutnot liress. iug. and the market.for Currency isjtcadr and moderately comfortable. Eastern Exchange is 111 ranter ucucrsuppiy out mere- is no Mirjiius and themarket is1nn. The following: are. tho. riosin? ratos of Spocic ami iioTcroiucul ccuriiies in 1111s market: BuviniT. Selling. uom ' u:i ftilver-larjre 107 Silver small 101 fclXOS Of 1BP1, COU1HM1S 1 13li Five-Twenties (It-fl'J) coupons 112', Five-Twenties (lHU)couiions Illy Five-Twenties (lMBlcoupons 111', Five-Twenties l(Wi) rouponsll0'4 Five-Twenties (1807) coupons 110?., Five-Twenties (law) coupons 110'; Ten-Forties ex. in.coupons IOC1; n.'i j 10 103 111 ll:l nil; 11: in 111 ltV CLEVELAND MARKET. TUESDAY, Oct. 12. 1870. FLOUR The market i4teadr'nnd Arm. We ijuote as follows: White AX, t6.TSft7.OU lieu VA,"fij.:Eya.!wu. Airnier , A, ?i).zo(ui.bjju. ""TVHEAT. Fair demand, and Ik better; sales so. i reu w inter i.if; .so. . fi.ij. CORN Qnfct, butic better; 2o. 1 mixed 74c; Xo.Sdo..72c. lOATS-In moderate request anil weak; Jfn: 1 Mate sold In a small way at 4g43c, most hold ers askinir the outside llirurc. RYE The market is quiet and iinchnnped; heldatKcforXolllOoforXuS. . BARLEY The market nominal, at li ranpro :tii$i io lor jrooii 10 cnoico acaic, vt esiem and Canada. , , . LA III) Mcadv' and unchanged, but flrul city rendered held at Vl'.c In tierces. 17c in kejt. PftlOhKLi M r.Ai n .iiarkei sieany anil Hrm. we quote city lUKarrurisl cauvaseil Hams at 22e: do. Mtoulilers at lite:. umjtniasMil Ifii't: llaion 17c; Dried Reef SOoJ llecf Tongue iiM per dozen BUTTER The market Is steady and prices serve Is in dcnaud at'SoHtUc; extra nice do. in small packages, f.i:0c; inferior and common ranges lftcr.SSo. OIIKEME-The market is steady and firm; Factory held at I3.';l tc. ' EOGS Firm and unchanged, at 23c by the barrel; 23c In small package and wuntcil out. POTATOES .Moderate demand ; held ran TOc from jtcauis; 63&70ofor car lots mi track; mti, Wc, for small lots from lore. uru iiuuaui-o i prune lo rnoicu it oicrn lie NEW YORK MARKET. New York, Oct. lS-FIonr dull hut unchange I shipping ' grades scarce and steady. Wheat, the demand fair and tho market arm; old No, spring Chicago $ oogi 14; No. Isprlngfhi cago, new, fi .Gal 38; winter red and amber western UOcents. live dull hut unrhanged. Oatt .'quleti and unchanged. Corn dull ami rices aronomlnal; mixed tv'ie. Petroleum, tin rmand Is good at full prices! Pork, dull and lrIrc)SU!)rlaqgr,.,J!eci drooping; llulkineat dul. Raonn qui'. ld nib's. ai nominal. Lrddull but unchanged: goo.l at 13. TTon. .Tohii L. D.iw-.on. '.ev-iiipin her of Congre-ss from thcTwenty- iirst district of Pennsylvania, died at Brownsville, Fayette county, on Sunday night.. New Advertisements. BRICK FOR SALE. THE umlers-igned offer for sale about fcJOO, 000 jVIEr-CLAS BKICK. Our Kilo is Hi miles north-w est of Mnierbnrjr. Any per son (leirins Urick, In large or small quanti ties, "nill do well to call on u. We ell nt rea sonable rate. IriclLatIelivcmlif dcsireO. Stf HEXltV SNVUKK & CO. Grand Rush TO THE Old and. Tieliul)l; Stove & Tin Store M. SHOUP, NO. 2 COMMERCIAL BLOCK, ZVtillors"fcTLXl-s- O- THE undersigned is nov offering to the pub lic the "EXTENSION," for Wood, "INLAND EMPIRE," Coal, And all the different styleof STOVES, At tlie lowest living rates. ANo, deal in Crates, Hollow Ware, Union Churn, beHmmle. Pumps, &c, &c. Cutlery, G'oppencare, Tinware. Wc mannractureCOPPEl: KKTTI.E, which we sen ai j.ow r iguro. Jot Work and Repairing Neatly done, 011 Minrt notice. W'e lo SPOUTING AND ROOFINC! .And jfu.irantcc a satisfactory Joli cervtime. aieroom, ro. z Lomnierciai mocK, .Mineis- 3VT. SHOUP. F. SEAL, MANUFACTURER OF BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, MILLERSBURG, OHIO. IAVOITLP respectfully announce to tlie pub lic that I am prepared to flll all onleis UlAklllg Ladies' & Gentlemen's In the best and most approved style. IJCeep none but the llcst Wwkm ami Warrant All my M'oH: !C1 Repairing Done in Superior style. , tQf-Koonis over I'.inVs Clotbing Store, cor ner ot Wasliingtoii'nnd Jackson Street. sir 3?. js-E-Xj. Notice of Attachment. Jacob Holey, plITt, ) Before E..I. narbV. .T. vs. or asiiington Tp., John Itusli, Jr7 dft.) Holmes Co. Ohio. OX the Till day of Scptcinlwr. A. 1). ISO), said Justice issued an ordcrof attachment in the aboe action for the sum ofliftv-two dollars anil eljrhtycents. .NUdcasc Is set for trial on the -Mb day of October, AjD.1870, at 10 o'clock -s. ju oi ;iiii tint. JACOB ISOLKV iwa Liyery, Feeil & Sale State Corner of Adams and Mad Anthony streets, ZCVTillci-jasToxxx-S', O. TTAVISG a j-ooil stock ot Horses. sub-Ian. JLJL nal anil iasnionanie uarnages, J am pre pared to accommodate the publie at all time, at reasonable rates, willi Hviigic, Cnyriaijc.i ami tfadille Jior-ifn. BSyMalls and Fred always ready for Hor ses. Superlntentliiijr my business iu person, and kcetiimr the best of emnlovees. I am meii.ms-l to If ed nnd take the best iif care of Horses en- irnsiea u my charge, at reasouanic rales. GKOIJGE GlUFFiy. GEORGE SCHNORR, IltAI.EK IN, ITamil- Cii'ocevioN, j'lioraioxs. .tv. MAlNt,Ti:Eirr, Mlllersburg, O. HtMtV IlKKZLR. , l! SI.1IW IX 11 1.IUIT.. II. & 1!. IIKRZWt, rroilucc nml Commission JftTelianlx, , lIKil.t.US IV . Flour, Grain and Mill Stuffs, lyi'iTi: a lyATi'i: M3IK.tr.,, .m Purchaser of WIIKAT.'KYE. COIIS, llllS, wool, nttir.D t'liiiiT, IU'iTKi:, EtUi-. AC. At tha Eed Warehgusej Mlllersburg, - - - Ohio. ! for P. Great Attraction, OLD RELIABLE ! s,' .'V L. MAYERS, HAS J UT RECEIVED A Large and Well Selected StOCK of DRY GOODS. Heavy Yard Wide Muslin, 12 1-2 cts. per Yard. Nice Red Flannel, 25 cts. per Yard. Good Calico, IO cts. per yd. Boulevarde Skirts, Late Style, only 152. Nice Shawls, 50 cents. Kid Cloves, 50 cts. a pair. 200 yard Spool Cotton, only o cents. Large Assortment of Pais ley Shawls. Finest Stock of Plaids in Town, 25 cts. to SI.SO per yard. GROCERIES, Boots & Slides, ' HATS, CAPS D FUJIS. i-Cpt.SS, 1STO. Oil THE Prodigal's Murn. I have returned, to Mil levsbiirg ami engaged in the Grocery and .Provision business again, One Doo? West of Commercial Block, where I intend, to do as I used to, that is, keep every tiling that everybody wants and sell at the lowest pos sible living piic'es. All old friends' and the public generally are invited to call, and see me. X have the cheapest goods in my line in, Millcrsburg, and by strict attention to the 'wants of a Ucrctefore generous public, I hope (it least to nieiit a sliare of the generous, patronage heretofore so liberally be stowed upon inc. Tt will at all times be my aim to anticipate the wants'of the public in. all articles in viy line of bus iness. yours truly, II. S. WESTON. MiLLnusnuitu, O., Oct. (, 1S70. Eclectic Catalogue Portraits, Historic Engrarings, Ideal Pictures, Ac. Over 200 Different Subjects Theo Enirravluirs have aitiieared In the Ec- i.ti'Tii? Mnirazlnedurinir tin na-t 25 rnr. Thi Hunieci' nAiu imh'U Keiei-imi wiiii frrvai caro on iMitli sides of thi Atlantic They are printed on .unervni nze-i pnm'r. 'iiiurniau urfi ny IT, ortiuartotiie.lUby 12. PIUOE: S.Hftll aire. lOrenti: ntiarto 15 rent. A .nfimni ot arh size ami eataloiruo ent on re- ceiitor-,."l,ent; and, on iveelpt offl.flTeof enrn mz win u- n-uu E. R. PEUTON, Publisher, IDS Fulton street New York. Papor Collars, Paper Cuffs, Paper Bosoms. lu alt mimlfri, f tyles, eMeonstantly u hand. We Intend to male thla braurh ofoiir Ihis inrts n ttpfelalty, ami If leejiln? ui wllh the t lines will luuroiu'ceH, ,, win miu it. ii'nt will "alwa And on our shelves the Utet tnd Inrtt Mjln cf folla.. At tht UOOK STOKE. MiUeuburjf, Aug. 13, luU HA-HDWAKE, At Wholesale & Retail. New Store! Hew fc Prices ! 1 AXI) A IT e wF irm. Harpster.Rudy &Co. A HE nor prepared to oflTer to the public the lwKt .iortnieiit of IIAllDWAUK everof- timl in thU foniitr. and at n rices far below any establishment -west or the mount aim. Ha v ing bought our jcoods from the manufacturers ruu cam i, ana intending io SELL FOR CASH! Enables us to sell cheap; so the man who pars for his goods don't have to par for the goods his neighlwr buy and don't pay 'fur. in marking our gooas we matte uu rniruin- tend to have any. loo lor losses in ujiu neots nnu ncunni m Good and Cheap Goods for Good Pay! Is our motto. We have opened a FIU&T-CLASS STORE and keep only FUEST-tXASS GOODS. We have made arrangements with manufac turers of -a great many goods in our line, so tlitt r run maII nt ninnitfurrnrpi- fihmi Tirirps not, even aiming ircignu Among which art Sash and Doors, Door Locks, Class, Paints ane Oils, Spokes, Felloes and Hubs, Sleigh Material, Saws, every description, best make. Shovels and Forks, Anvils & Vises, d'eter Wright's.) Vc woulil invite special attention to our stock XT 01 Table and Pocket Cutlery Of which wc have a full line that we ell at the usual wholesale price. AUo, ItOIlSE BZAyKETS, very cheap LAP llOHEli, single and double. Call anil see us before pnrchasin. "Wcwill o yon goixi. HARPSTER, RUDY & CO. Millenburg, O. 8tf A. S. LOWTHER, FASHIONABLE fflOR! Jackson St, Millersburg, O. Aboce JfaxtzelVs Clothing Store. ALT work entrusted in his hand?, will made up in the latest style, most durable manner, anii guarantees io give enure satis faction in everv case. Give him a trial. We are also agent for the Howe Sewing Sla rtine, and keep on hand .Needles, Fixtures and rinmngs: un nr tne Dome or gross. 3tf A. to. LOWTHEK. LEETY & Co. Dealers is Groceries li Provisions Wines, Liquors, &c. Corntr oJftiiu f Xoutk Clay Strtrta, 2tr Millersburg, O. Fresh. Arrival. 2few Goods at Iieducerf Prices. Satifdction G uaranieerf. C O O I CROPS Of Corn. Oats and Wheat, and with that comes a largcanu extensive stock or new fill k mm GOODS. J. E. KOCH, Jr., MILLERSBURG, Q.v Is now recei injr and oeninflr direct from New York and rhiladelphla, one of the mot diir able tock' ofiroli. everoOVretl in thi market. eoiiMunjr m part oi iStcfviXo and Fancy DRY" GOODS, A MAGNIFICENT TOCK OF Tjarfies Dress Goods. Cloths;, Cnssiinei'es Ourtock of gooU i complete- Wc have also a iarj?u mock oi Which will be oM ery cheap. Th.e faoU mt'ti .ciccicti mi Krcai varv ami iKMipni forcahin rhiladelphla and New ork,and I am determined to sell a low tw nnv Iioum In the count rv. for t'ah or rnnluco in haud. Air PhmIh arc of ilrit-cla nnality warrantetl to f ivo ontlsfaction. and all 1 ak I an eamina lnii of iiiv sl(Mt nml itrlrt. Vi tnmbli t MiowpHHis i ou win amav iimi Muinnnu alon, and 4 will thow j mi Hut Larjrct, fhcan et and lle-t stick of (lK in the market. My mott-v-Short I'rolU and liulck .alc-i, u 1th a tlood Mock. ay rrlce and Fair Ocalinjr, I Miall endeavor to merit a full -hart of tin pub lic patnna;ri. IMcumi pive mo a call befon (lcttiriuimil tit Litil.triraln to Caill llincr. n nrc n nsin ir ciHCuncn'. n i aui Diriwrni miu Tho'hijthet prici paid frr all kind- of Country l'rodnce. MillcnburK, lb-a). J. E. KOCH, Jr. XORKKT l.ONIl.j B.I. 11KOWN. 1 W. CHKKRVHOLMK. )W. M. tllBSOV. T.oxo, i:i:owx t co., Millorsburg, - - - Ohio. irftVlealei?i In Exchancc and Coin. WIN dUcoiinled. and Collection made at all ac- ceibb poiuts. in I Li I "V E NEWSPAPER. CLEVELAND HERALD. . THE proprietors of the HERALD would in vite its frier U and readers to the Prospec tus for the comingyear. Its course politically is too well known to need any pledges or prom ises. It is Republican and liberal, and all questions will te fairly, honorably and inde pendents dealt with. 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