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Meeting at New Lebanon. ItlOmHH O. I.OWII anil J. A. Hl'MllllOU w 111 M-nk at New TA'tianon, tut Friday cvi'iil'ijr. September 21, at seven oYliH'k. Meeting in the First Ward! A mcctluK will be held at STOll K'S OKOCEKY, Mrs ftlreM, O.i Kiunxr Evkkino, Skotkmbkii 14th. At seven o'clock. E. Thompson and Ten nislfwycr will address the meeting-. Alt nrc Invited to attend. Democratic Meetings. OKNKUAL WAUD Will speak at the fnllowlnjr places: Vsnilnlls. rri.lsv, 8cntrmliT SI. lit l( A. U. llwokvllle.Haliii'lny. Hcptcinliertt. At 111 A M H-rinnntown. Mnn'lar, H,plt'inlw,r 4. nl 10 A. M. llaitnli (I'oin-t M'ihm'J WwlnoiMtAy sn, Friday, HrplrtnlN-rSAandW1, nil IV M. MiainlnbiirR', MnUirillir.fteptt'liibel t, nil P. M. Hon. L. 1). Campbell will also address the Vatidnlla,. Oermantown, Ihtytou mid MlamiHbnrg meeting. NOTICE. Major General Ron-wan, the distin guished General and present candidate hir Congress for the Louisville District, will be present at Vntidalia, Friday, Septeubcr 21. Major General Thomas Kwiiig will beat Rrookville September 22. C. L.VAIXANDIGIIAM Will sfxak at the following places: I'riAHttown. Satnl-,lftr,HelmilsrOT, H M Union, t rliluy, Oi UiIhtS. I M New la'lmiien. Miitiinlttv. (K l,ler fl. 19 M. Inifhnurii lUnrksnihh Hhnp. WaNliiliKleu.tewtl shli, I ui ,hiv.(i l.ilvi r . IV M. liuytoH, (Oonrt IIoumi) Muniljiy, Oi:tetNr a. I). A. Houk and J. A. McMahon will also address the meeting at 1 'oast town. . JOHN A. Mi MA HON Will aKak at the following placca, at the tlmea stated! Arllntoa. Sstiinlsy, Sitemlier' 1R. T 1. M. .lohntviUe. ftlondnv, H,'lnilHr 17 1 P. M. ryrmonk, vrtHtnemlay, htptenilmr 111,7 P. M. tW A meeting will also he held at the Court House, In Dayton, nu Thursday evening, September 80 the 'upcvikers td he liereafter Knnounccd. - i Ladiim! If you want your Hat or Hon net dono lip In the latest alyl", c.ill nt tin Millinery Store of I). J. lleucr. No, , Wayne atri'ct, near Fifth. ( r. WANTED. Twenty respectable Young I.adlcs. to act na Ballet Gii'N, in the play i the "Naiad Queen." ' Apply liniiieiliatcly at the Opera House, , ' dtf Wantkd To 1U..XT. A house containing from live to seven rooms, located west of ,tho canal. Address lO'-k Imx Noi 80, Dayton, Ohio: U .. i . L . t i seplldlw Music LtssON A young lady Is desi roua of procuring a situation aa a musia tpachcr In a fatni'y, or will tiAo'aclass Address Bos fllfi, Dayton L'ostOfllce, . , fepR,1lw , ' MtAMt VAt.r.KV CotitR. Another trot ting match Is rfiiolinc d to come off at the MlnrrdValfcy' Couivlc, near, Hamilton, to morrow afternoon. Au extra train will leave the Up top Depot at half vast twelve , OCIOCK. ,,, OnrAT Sat;r oKSti.vitn Warm. On Frl day, beptember M, at two o'clock, C. P, ' rtuber & Son w T!l gull . at auction, at , their room, No. 280 Third street, a large and beaut' I n I assortment of . silver ware of ovety d .rlpllon, euch as tea sets, cake bsaket i, ke pitchert, eastof.s knives, forks. toa. table and dessert spoom. butter knives, lad!c, et The goods w ill be on exhlbl- t'on by Thursday' afternoon. 12d3t Kistobi. The latest style of Hat, (just from the east,) can be seen at the store of I. J. Rpuacr, No. 69 Wayne stn et, near fiicn. The President at Cincinnati. Although tho partizau City Council voted down a proposition to extend the civilities of the city to the President, Secretary Sew ard, General Grant and others of the ex cursion party, the people themselves, the musters of Councilmen, met In public and arranged most elaborately to give them all an open-handed and open-hearted welcome. ineacu oneoi mo several committeoa we notice the names of the first merchant." business men, and capitalists, manufactur ers, and professionals. Hon. Win. 8. Grues bcclt will make the address of welcome. ' General Langdon, General Hickenloopcr, General Strickland, Colonel Moore, Colonel Harris, Major Montgomery, Dr. Murphy, Judge Hartley and J. M. 1'cnn wero ap- pointed a Committee of Escort. The committee were this morning to pro ceed to North Bend and there meet the party, on their way up from Louisville. There a visit to the tomb of General liar rlson will be made; thence up to tho city. landing at tno loot of Broadway, where they will be saluted by company of Reg ulars from Newport barracks; after which iney will De esortcd to the "Sennor House," where the reception eeremoulcs will come off. Alter these demonstrations have been made, the .hscort Coiumitteo will conduct them through the main thoroughfares of tne city, up to burton to w hich delightful suburb the local authorities have cxtouded welcome thence through Spring Grove, and home In time to meet the committee from Columbus. HTThe following, which we ex trail from the Journal of this moiiildg, ex plains itself: Lbdanon, September 7, 1SGG. Editor Dayton Jovrnal: Wn observe, in your Issue of Septemlier 1, lfHi, a state ment, that in tlie beginning of the war General Ward was a candidate for Captain of the first companv raised In tills place, 'and was defeated by a "Warren County stripling." We members of the company were pres ent ai iu orgauluitlou, anil In justice te a brave comrade, beg loavp to correct your statement. Durbln Ward refused positively and de cidedly to be a candidate, preferring to go as a private, but even utter such iswitlve refusal, he received a large number of votes for Captain. General Ward was the first to Toluutecr in the county. Wm. II. Rocklilll. G. M. Cochran, J. C. - Fn-tmian, John II. Hhawhan. Jose hliap son. Frank M. Baker, A. J. Kohs, rii-si j.ieuiouant oi i unpany; 1. w. 1'auler O. 8. of Company. 7' ''Biwt FilTkh Thick Rkdooad. In or der to aecemmodute all classes who ilenii to have pure drinking water this warm weather, B. Best would announce that he has reduced the price of hia sticrlor Filters to 15. This will place them iu the reach or all, and no family should bo without Wie. Jyl2dtf Is -uarcn General Grant at Cincinnati. A Rich Time—a Radical Hunt— What Came of it. ' Thn Fnf"lrof of this morning gives a K'owlnjtaceniintnf tha transaction which followed the knowrede In thn Iladlcal J camp, of Generals Grunt and IUwIinp)' arrival mere, Iram Indianapolis -the Presi dent, Secretary Seward, and otMtrs, having taken Ionlsvlllfi In their route. We Rive the chief feature: Yesterday morning a special dispatch waa wilt to a cotcmporary In this city, announc ing that General Grant, Major (teneral llnwllii" and General Stoneman were on board the train from Indianapolis eoniing to Cincinnati. Kx-Marshal Hanila and other Jacohius hearing the news, held a caucus, and resolved. If possible, to take fie General under their wings, and commit him to the policy of the Kadical party. - ' The train arrived, and the General and company procured a private conveyance and wero driven to the Burnet, and entered that hotel unobserved, the General carrying hia carpetsaek from the carriatre to hia room. In ten minutea alter, the General, accompanied bv Maior t .......... i i ., ...i i ...... i . . i. ' i trio were urivcn over uio river to uoving I ton, where they dined and apent the after ' iHMiti "at home." At six o'clock the Gen eral mid Chief of Stalf returned to the , Kiirnct and took lea. Alter tea. General .Grant. In company with a friend, left III rooms by a back way, nnd wei't to Wood's Theater, where they occupied Mr. Alleu'i private box. While the General waa thus enjoying oilmen at mc tiieaier, tnc crown was in creasing at the Hornet House, inside nnd I tint, iiolwlthstiuid n heavy ruin was falling. : Congressman Kgilostnn. Kx-Miirshal Sands, I Judge Dickson, i red. (aaurck, Com ! man Wold', and other Iadicals were In the j hall, anil went, (to far an to force themselves lino hi private room. Thev were Inform ed liy General l'awlinrs tliutGencral Grant was not I" but still they lintrcrcd around, until half-past nine o'clock, when the "Hoys In Blue,", under command of Cap tain linker. In considerable numbers, made their apiieamnce, with a band, which play ed tune alter tunc. ShouU for Grant were I numerous, but no Grant appeared. Kin lally. iogivo notice that Grant was not , there, and dispose of the "sell"' as cliem.lv as possible, it waa arranged that CoNinel ,,pl,l" 'irnct Knm,,,l proaont Major- general Rawllngs to tlie crowd Loud cbeerswere iu veil, alter which Gi n crsl Itawllngs saiJ ; . "Gentlemen I can only make tho same speech to you that General Grant does." and General Raw lings bowed and withdrew amid much laughter and cries of "Sold, Sold. Sold." Now they discovered where Grant had hsdden away, and off they started for the Theater, Eggleaton. Ilassaiirek. A Co- with the soldier laiys. following. Captain Baker found Manager Allen ami told him of the out-door crowd and who thev wero after. Mr. Allen, always courteous, went into the private box mid conveyed tho intelli gence to General Grant, who replied : "1 cannot nnd will not see them, l'leasc tell their commander to come to me." Mr. Allen commiinicittcd with com mander T. F. Baker, who, with pompous show nnd knightly tread, marched Into the theater, and w ith others. Including Our re porter, entered General Grant's private box. Without giving Captain Baker a mo ment to say a single word, General Grant uppronohod him and said In a firm tone: "Silt 1 am no Hiliticlan, the President of me uiilteu mates Is inv Commander-ln chief. I consider tills demonstration In op position to tnc rresiiteut or ttio united htat.es Andrew Johnson. If vouhaveauv regard forme you will take your men away. I am greatly annoyed at this demonstra tion. I came hero to enjoy this theatrical pcriormance. i win re glad to ace you all lo-moi row wnen tne 1'resldent arrives." This waa a terrible repulse, and the Riul leals slipped away with quick dispatch Egglcston making Infinitely quicker time to get out of the way than that which gave him such celebrity for speed at "Hull Jftin" JsvisiiiLit Nkts Ten cents each, at Rouzcr's, No. 59 Wayne street, near Filth Cakhiaoi s, Buoaira, Sleiohs. The old and reliable manufactory of Langdon A Brother, on Fourth street, between Jeffer son and St. Clair, is still in full operation, and Is constantly turning out Carriages, Buggies and Sleighs of tlie latest and most approved styles, and the finest and most durable workmanship. They have now on hand a very extensive stock, of the most beautiful patterns, which they are offering at prices which cannot fail to satisfy a. Their stoek of Sleighs is the most splendid and complete to be found anywhere. Those who desire to purchase should not full to call at this extensive establishment and make their sclix'tlons. HousMioLD Goods at Auction. I will s 11 at my residence, No. 2fl Chestnut street. on Friday morning, at eleven o'clock, my household and kitchen funltiire, consisting of chairs, tables, stoves, bed, bedstead, hair mattress, feather bed, linen, blankets. spreads, Ac nil In good order. Terms cash. Also, my house will be for rent, to a small family without small children, who can come well recommended. . ! Samukl RicBABna, Sr. C.I. HuHKit. Auct'r. ': 2td. loitrnal copy. J Zkchtb Single, Double and Split, In nil colors, at Kouzer's, B9 Wayne street, near Fifth. Provost Marshals. Tho Cincinnati Gazette, the most ultra abolition paper In Ohio, thus Seaks of tin hurtle of scoundrels called Provost Mar shalsall appoint -d by the martyred Lin coln and all sustained by tho party of icb the Gazette la a leadliigorgau. It Is vrtint the Democrats said, what they knew and felt during the war, and for which they were sent to or menaced w ith Fort Lafai - tte. Now that tho war is over and we have by accident a man at the head of the Government, who is likely to expose their rascalities, tho Gazette is trying to escap;' by turning States' evidence. Talk like his coming from the source it does, is quite refreshing. Read what it says; i "is It iMissible that the vast scoundrclUm f the Provost Marshal's Droartim-ni which has I 111 Dressed Itself on tin, .,vli.i tion or tne wliolu country, is never to be nniuglillo light r It is the general beliel that a tralth: was carried on Iu these ollices, all over tlie land, more Inhuman and base than the slave commerce of the middle ages, more treacherous to the national umv than the armed treason, covered up at the time by military isjwer, or saved from present correction rjy the nmuuro of af fairs. It Is believed that there ara iiIHom In every part of the country which, if invest ugaicii, win reveal a maas or villainy.- It believed that this rascality, which levied military contributions on the peoide with out recruiting the army, was protected and iy tne rrovost Marshal General. Men are seen In all part of the country who have come .out of these otllees with the sijtns of great wealth, who, bctnre they went into them, were broken in fmrunn This tlie people look upon as the price of moir uMXHi. in nu una io oe cover. si up. and this sea ol.villaiuy to tw pUaituvd over w ith a brevet I" . S Ml-W S -.wpM V i. m TU. Uia cat The Greene County Fair. Tho Agricultural Fair of Greene county will be held at Xcnia, commencing on Wednesday, September 12, and continue three days. A representative of the Board of Directors Informs us that the coming Fair will bo tho best ever-held In that county, and he wishes us to assure the manufacturers and mechanic of tiiltolty that they will M gMaraliteed'atlsfnctory exhibition of the articles they present, or their board bills will bo paid. They hare made arrangements to make the Fair first-class exhibition, and It will be gratl lying to the Board to see Dayton manit facto rers fully represented. c7d lt Hons FvBNiHiiiNfl, Gooim. Attention is directed to the advertisement of Messrs, Van Ausdal, Harman Co. They have just received their fall stock of goods, which Is oneoftha largest ami raoat splwlld ever brought to Dayton. This popular house Is among the best and most extensive In the West. It has been established for many years past, and by Iu fair and honorablo method of transacting business, has acquir ed a position and reputation lii tho com' munity, which is highly creditable to the proprietors, Mr. Van Ausdal, the head oi the firm, Is, we believe, the pioneer tu this branch of business Iu Dayton, and tlie great success which has attended tho ncratioua of the house, Is tho Iicst comment upon his sagacity and euterpiiseas a business man Mr. Hai man. who will always be found In the salesroom, is a gentleman whoso emir icons aim pieasing address nmkci n pleas ure to customers to dcat wiUi hlm. i vs mis is tno season when families are nccustomcd to procure their suppli goods iu tills line, we commend them to the above house. They cannot (all to be stilted with any articles they may desire, as to style, quality and price. Tiik Ravkl-Mamtinrtti Tuoui'k. Not. withstanding tho heavy rain last evening, there was another large nnd delighted au- (Ilonc o at tho Opera. Hotisd .to. 'witness the splendid performance of this unrivaled troupe. Tho entertainment, which went off in admirable style, was enthusiastically applauded by all present. To-ulght the beautiful domestic drama of the ."Harvest iinmc" will be presented. This Is ono of the most delightful play lii the Vfe of tho BjkvcIs, and everybody should see it. This w 111 be followed by the "Three. A polios."' a splendid! classie representation; a grand divertisement by the entire Corps de Itnl let, the entertainment to conclude with tho charming panteintne of the "Magic Trum pet.' The bill for to-night Is a most at tractive one, and w ill no doubt bring out another full house. A number of splendid attractions arc Iu preparation. There w ill also lie a grand Matinee on Saturday after noon. all MiLiijfKnYr 1), J. ; RoDzerc No- 01) Wayne street, near Fifth, has just received a largo and beautiful stock of millinery anil straw goods, for the fall trade. His assort ment cannot be surpassed by any In tlie city, and embraces, a, splendid variety of bonnets, hats, ribbons, flowers, and every thing In the m'lllnery line. Ladies, give mm a can ; lie guarantees to plcaso his cus tomers. Bleaching and pressing done in the best style, and at reasonable! rates. MfTho Boot and Shoe establishment of Goodman, 110 Main street, has become, by its fair dealings, the leading house In the city. Hia price is always lower than any other bis "took Urge, and Ids home made work of the beat materia. Just think of it: a pair of fine French "calf boots for live dollars, worth at least nine dollars; and women s pegged and sewed shoes as low aa seventy-live cents a pair. All work warranted to give satisfaction. To judge by tho continual crowd In his store, people havo begun to find out where they can save money in buying shoes. Be sure and call at the store, 110 Main stieet. Odobikkkous. It is clear from the tone of the Journal, that the Radicals hereabout fear an attack of neyro-nnrbtn. Tho associ ation of "Rob." with the negro "Fred." at the late mullatto convention in Philadelphia, and his previous votes in favor of negro suffrage, are making, a big srneff in tlie radical abolition camp. Decent men of till parties, who have any respect for tho race to which they belong, ara everv where spurning the foul embrace to which Schenc.k and his satellites are Inviting them. 1 Way-i Stbkot Mark st IIoima.-4)aand after the first Saturday In October, Mark hours will be changed (mm morning to evening, being held on Mondays, Wednes days and Saturdays of each week, com menclug at four o'clock, P. M. Salr or Fubnitubk. On Thursday, Sep tember IS. at ten o'clock A. M, C. P. Ifubc SSou -win aellull of the HOUSEHOLD FURJfirUitK of Mrs. E. Phelps, at hi residence, No. 7:1 Perry stroctecaiiststiiig of every description pf 'unilture. seiil0d3 ' a in A is , R. & P. O. Time Table. To take effect August 13, 1866. CINCINNATI, HAMILTON AND DAYTON. Leave. . rini-iiumii ai'i'oiiiiutMlutiun . . 8 :B0 s m Kntturu Kxprfni, t .HI a 111 (.'iiieiiiuiili iw-i-oitiiuiMlHtiun . S:4IIIMI A-r4,liliiii(li,ti(i 4:1(1 pill ft Kxpi'Crttf m; Cssmsnstt Man, j.-.r Arrive. . S l a It H III . 0 :H.pi l III. . S Wl III . J :w a III .- I A ATLANTIC AND UHKAT WK8TKUN lt:m p in Knfitcrn Kxpress S AT a in t:iusw t'iKH .xrt) 4 :00 i m DAYTON AND MICHIGAN. n .via in hir.iro Mnil IKism :06 u ChitMtsu suit 1 'elnilt Ki pmu . . t as p iu DAYTON. XKNIA AND COLUMBUS. 10:'Jt auA. kira ltAurii...vi.i;'CllurtA . T:4U A IB IIAVbin A ry.j,,,,n,.uuii..n .m - ... M p m Mall (ft a in U:US p IU I'lUltwrR KsprsM.i.,., S:Sti p u INDIANA CKNTX AND DAYTON AND WKSTBKK ta Kirhinnau ami kxliailAu. Hi'., f m i S;IA S ail KiuUnioiitl siMl-lhirAxu Aos.. :iSI p iu luu4uiMlla JV V'uowu A-A t :40 p in 1U:IS a ui SANDUSKY AND CINCINNATI S:M)sm llavton Kxprvaa TMsai r,,,., ,iivw B;aUpUl DAYTON AND UNION. ; :IU IS AOrOIUIUUlllMMua 5 :( p ii IU;4DSBI l-avi everr mornini eirnpl lliimlsva. 1 Sf '"", H l mi.I UMiltw oaly and all imi all .. ' Im hour son form ity "isi tlekuu llutum 1 p m. J. Lll. LONli. no PLANTERS' HOUSE i Oaraer f HI ilk kis Mala Hireel. DAYTON. OH 111 T. Ill, ... Pretrletor 1MIK fLANT8lU IIOt'tK.alaTaerDrBlxMtaaa alain. liaytou, haviug Uwh cutnplruil y rvuo. Valwl Inalda ami mil, aud IhuniUKlilv preparv,! "-,- mh a ami raruitr-a llolut, will 1 umiinI fur Inulucaa Monilay, Hxpuiuilwr S INtUV I'LAN rKHS- II.IIIHK I. onl, !u. uara Irow t nieu I,-k.i, ami U Alio inuai ruuvviiienlly U. iuvUil la liaytou lur trsvulora. atsslllnlui tt Sn.lll.lS OF CATARRH i .; , BY DOCTOR FOSTER, ..is'; , NOW i-MAUTICINQ AT TUB PHILLIPS IIOUSI OAYTON. , . I 1IIKH 1, m ii lanaoji r. , I . n 7"lr" inn niisni passages and those eavl i i i conimiiiileatiiig with tliein. ..-.R,iiii,nin nu a appearsln Us llrst stages. ...- ,,.,,,., progress rn rteenino Insiru nieuiai in eaus nir iim i... 1.......1 -....... . ,,. rvw, Hearing, anil sight, anil In .nming Hcrious constitutional derange menta, not iinrrequently terminating in consumption. At the commencement of the mulmlv. 11. r sriiipwinis are uiosc of an ordinary cold. A feeling of Irritation, sensitiveness, heat or pain is experienced In tl,n nnu 11... of which are red and swollen, and which is stoppeil up sometimes oil one side, some times en the other, and .occasionally on 11 11 ' rPni,,'r!"f respiration through itekher .o r un)ossioie. Tins condition la ' accompanied bv a frenueiit desire tn sneeze, and a illscliargo of, at first clear, acrid water, afterwards of a profuse thick, yellowish ami extremely offensive matter. This secretion becomes purulent and in creased Iu qhantlty as the complaint pro gresses, assume au'excwdlngly fetid odor and forms one of the most characteristic feat ures of the disease, anil a source of tlie greatest annoyance and danger. It escapes not only by the, nose, but passes Into the throat, producing by Its lodgment local irritation, and requires freuucntoxiHsctora- tion, hawking, or scraping for its removal. as its passage into tnc throat Is very much facilitated by a horizontal notation of the body, sleep is frequently dislurlH-d by 11 sensation of choking in consequence, mill many nre obliged to Ilo In a seinl-reeiini-bent s)sitlon to obtain necessary repose. Owing to the Inllainmatioii and heat in the bead, the watery jiortlonof the discharge often evaporates, mid the rest, nssuuiing a condit ion of solidity, Is deposited npon flic membrane of the nose anil upper part of the throat Iu the shape of crusts or hard eucd lumps. The accumulatiotiof these In cmstatlOHR Produces a frolimr of discom fort, and narrows tlie nasal passage so as I u ciiumrrus respiration, therefore, fre quent efforts are required to remove them, either by forcibly blowing tho nose or by persistent lmwklnir. a nractlce au iIIhato.- auie to inr one nuecteii as it is to those around him. That side of the Incrustation which adhered to the mncous membrane, will, after Its removal, sometimes be found bloody, a fact which explains the force re- uireil lor Its dislodgment. During sleep liese incrustations Accumulate more rm- idly, and the feeling Is therefore most, un comfortable ill the morning. Sometimes an ciiona 10 clear tne tnroat are futile un til after breakfast, or after some stimulant nas neon swallowed. Ulceration of the mucous membrane of the nose takes place uviiuciiuy, soiucliiuuh aitauKitig the laine. when small particles of this siiostance will oeoosionaiiy De found mixed with the dis charge. 1 1' r 1 ' , (The breath assumlnr an eveesslvelv fetid and sickening odor, ami Im-coiiics occasion ally an offttnsive as to render the patient an onieci 01 disgust to lilmself as well aa to others. . , , Tlie accumulation of the dlsehnnro. ' .w j;ei,iirrr wmi me inn Kencu eoiuiitiou oi the mucous, membrane, remiers -resnlrntlon through the nasal passages very dillhtiilt, and oftentimes Imimssilile, necessltntlug respiration nriiiclnnflv throuvh ili mm fl. a method yery deleterious to the geuerni imiiiii,, tiua-iiiuro pHrticiuariy so to tlie lung which .become- weak and IrrlijO,!., The voice loses IU musical quality; and as- ....... - . I ; .i .... , i ' . numva iiiBuuruniiHi iiamii, huii nasal rniir- octer; Die sense of smell becomes much impaired or entirely lost, and the same cf frot, though less frequent, Is produoed- on taste. Occasionally, while blow I no- the crackling or bubbling sound is heard in tno cars, ana nearintr l mimes ouite thlek stopped up, but returns suddenly, with something like a snapping sound. This phenomenon may De repeated several times, until bearing docs not return, but remains permanently injured. In other oases hoar ing is lost so gradually that a considerable degree of deafness may exist before tlie person la really aware of tho fact. I Klther condition is often accompanied with noises tne ncau oi every conceivable lesei,liw tion, materially increasing the distress of uie anueiet;. n . Thecyosare apt to become weak. Irritable. and dlHxcd to water on cx'iostire to cold and wind, or after the slightest exertion. pain, more or less acute, or a distressing freilng-of pressure is ex ncricored over the eyesj and sometimes on the top or "back of lie liead itud also na a In tha Cias ciu,iv rcstniiulinK ui'gnilgia.i for Svhk-h It is vm-v often mistaken.. The distress In the head weakens the meuiory and produces irrita bility iiud morose ne&s of ulsuositlon. The stomach generally suffers more or less, and oecomcs weak aim irritable; tluj Apjierite capricious aud nearly always bad iu the morning.' Iu severe cases tho system oceorues -tswoieT and 'prostrated. TM i u manifested by a disposition to drowsiness und sleep, aversion to either physical or mental exertion, and a feeling pf flitlgne mill wofilinuea. ....,. Not unfrcqucntly caUu-rh proves .fatal eitner oy (letiiiitatiug the system and wear ing out me patient, or dj traveling down ward and producing throat ntloct tons. urouciuus, aud, 11 mill y, coNsimriioN may be safely asHcrtif that, after heredita ry predisposition, -catarrh is tho , niAMl frequent aud iui(mrtant causa of this filial complaint. ii .. (iM -i , .o-.v .ta i i i The symptoms of entarrh vhtv conshhir. ill dillereut Individuals, (be degn-e of sevuruy ues- lgll)ou constitution liHnsyncrnsiee iuhI various- esWrnAl in llneo,i. VVHh sooie 4h couinJalot. eon. tiuuea for a uuiuberot' vtuirs in a mild fiu-KL without causing -wiy -of the hriurhuis results above described, while u iill,rflU J tl)e worst efl'ccU are produced in a short space of time, and eases apjuirontly most iiu,-ro iiuiy, yinoiiKII HUirilUCa CXM- surc, additional ' cold; or milavm-l,lp change or mo weather, suddenly exhibit the violence ami tnaliiruiiv wliieh elmr. ac.utriae iimi rveresi one. ' i - ' ' n mi some iierons tins utkease Iiecomoa perhHllcal, attack IncUieiii rcmilnrlv m .-.. Uluaejuouaeauh V'uar, osia UienH i,rr ...i..... ,i' r s? 'I'l wiifH i-nu lom-nure 111 UUMIIII, ami hence n name "rose catarrh :' or in mid summer during1 haying time, mhauj it Is known as "iiay-cauirrii." .soma claim to abl to prmliot Wm exact day- and even of the aMink, i'ttrv linuallv coni,lr iiii7iiiMTiv-a ,-niii,-ijr n-iicveu oi the dltUoul ly during thu Intervals : but we ha m,,. to suppose that symptoms of therxmi- iiauiiare eoiisianuy present In some Hiild or uliier, whk h are rousi-d into activ by the odor peculiar to certain plauta during the seuona luuulhuiud. Tho com parative oiiirt enjoy el between the attacks doubt leads to the erroneous lmll.-r i,.t win, ii n,- ntiiiiininirn; la iiniiri,iiiuf.wf aJlQ0v luw etasctl entirts) Ai aa A ''Slay W witfiiitsaj dully ; MunUy and Wednesidajr Kxcopte-l, AtUieruiuaw IIoubc, Dayton, Ohio! V" ill tlie III Coat. bn-iviueiit, aiMia .... II-B4-A. th bur. it-Ill 'l ,, wara. . rpllft BY TELEGRAPH. New Jersey Goes the Negro. New Jersey Goes the Negro. TRENTON, N. J., September 11. , The Constitutional amendment was rati fled by the New Jersey Legllnrur to-dn In tne Senate the vote was 11 si ns and nays. In the Hnusri of Assembly the yea wero 34 and the nnv 2L Tlie joint resolution rutlfvliiff thcamend mcnt was promptly signed bv Governor Ward. The passage was greeted with great appinuse in uoin nouses, llie licpunncnn 1 nneiis 11ns RL'rissi iinan niousiv iiihiii II euoice or Alexander u. t altell ror I Si'imtor. i From Chicago. CHICAGO, September 11. The cholera seems to bo stationary. Ti ejisea were reported to-day, of which tiv provcu isiai. The Cldeniro. Alton and St.. TjiiiIs Irnl due at this city this morning, came In col nsion wiin another nut-going train, an live or six ears were thrown from the tract destroying two cngim nnd a number 01 cars. 1 be engineer eseaiMsl. hut the lire- man, named Win. Rogers, was instantly aiiieii. moueni tne nasseuirers were ser oiiaiy iiijnrcu. From Europe. [By the Atlantic Cable.] London. Monday Kvenlni'. Mentemlmr IA n,i. I.-,..... .. " i". i lie rjisieru Ollcsl.lon scnia tn In looming on tho future. Knssiaal IOWA Blirn, of inov I ii g on i -e in ore to ol it a 1 ii the font ro of the Iianubian 1'rlneliMilltles, and prob ihpi,, 4-vi-iiiiiiiiiv, oi finsiant.inopie. 1'ABIS, Mondav K Plilnir. Ki-ntimlr in (Icncral Marqucse, MlnlstertiiCousUintino me, nas neon recalled, and will go out t ni ex ico in orirani.e nu nrmv iiirei.rvi,. alter tne r rench ovammtion of that counlrv . r,viiu-niir ii. i ne nine Cans letter niiblishcd to-ilav snvs llmt H Kmaror Maximilluil Is exacted to return nun aiexico to i',uroie liy war steamer. Maiiiui). SiMiteinher. II II, I,uir,,ii. ,u ui-iniy says inai tne r retich triHips must c withdrawn lrom Mexico with Uie ut most caution, unless amicable relat ions an previously established witli l'resident Jiia rez. V ikkna, Setiteiulier II A i1i.i.i-,.i, l,..c Been issued liy the Kuiieror onlerlng the ' -iisirian army to De placed iiihui IM-iice hHitiiur. - , . ' LlVKItcooL. Renteinber 11 l,'vil,, Thn . , ....... . . ,-,,,k,,u iniirHf-i. una ruien steaur, with saies to-nay OI lti,(lo nmea. aliddllug up lands closed at Ltd. , iireaiixtnlls i lie market Is active and iirmur, witn an advance on nil descriptions. i n- i-ui hit u iiiiiavomnio lor the crops. loni lh market Is (Inner, and mixed v estern American is quoted nt 27s. !hl. pi; ,j(ll vi- The President at Louisville—A Generous Outpouring of the People —Great Enthusiasm. LOUISVILLE, September 11—4 P. M. ine I'resnieutlnl party have arrived in tills city. Thousands upon thousands of peopie arrived early to greet them, and over ouu uuiiiireu anil liny thousand spec tators were gathered In the st reels to -,. eonio the President, which thee ,i;,i u-wi demonstrations of great joy. ami prolonged cheering. Tho procession halted In front of the i oiiri-iiouse. ann tne dlstlnguishetl guests were rsenricii to the balcony or WiUard's Hotel, directly opposite. Tho stand was prolusolv adorned with flags, and a motto was plainly in view, with the words '-Hail to the Chief." Crowds of ladies and gents were on tho stand and balcony, presenting a gay and animated scene, while the streets wrre uenseiy erowdi-d. Hon. James (inthrle Introduced the Pres ident in complimentary terms, bidding mm a cordial welcome. Tho President snokn for a 1i. ii. tho topic of the day ami was frequently cheered. Secretary Seward was then VAflfitmitul,- called for, and spoke acceptably to tlie ncrnuuingr in support or tlie restora tion policy. Admiral FarnurnL Kaenxai-v lv,.n. ueiienii iiHu-r and (icncral Crook wi aiso iniriMiuecu. and received with the piauuiisni tnc muilltude. (Icncral Itousseuu wua at. Iinnw, i. : friends when the party reiuiired to the Aiumviiiu iiotci. wnere nuartra hurt l.....n provided, and whore an immense crowd wero nwaltlni? toim-of the l'r,i.i.,i,i wi.ini. tney uiu uy loud cheers. . A splendid banquet was given nt the Lrfilllsvllle Hotel. C Ii ef Marxlml n...,un.l Jeff. C. Davis, and Aids conducted thing ciniiuijr. otwiiiisianiiing the ini- in,-nn,T iniumi-H oi iMSloie. not ft IIIKf lirtlilili,A or aceioeni iiappenril. - - - , ..-.iii. ii,i iniriy .ert for Cincinnati on Uie steamer United Ats:iur. Ai. the l'resident and iiich, Maine Election. PORTLAND, September 11. Two hundred and nine frlU'lia III Altitun eive i iiamneriaiii, Kep, 4!l,.ri!m; l'lllshury, lM-nin Kcpublican majority, 21,ian. I'he snnie towns voted last year : Conuv. IK'iW: Howard. ai.4l- l(..i,,,i,ii..,.., ,..' jority, 1U.M0O. The Itemiblican net iruin. 4.- ,IW. Ihesc towns comnrisc two-thlnU ..r ineouiu). ine towns to lie heard from, lBst yc'. Ko a majority of 6,012 to the i.eiiiuiicillis. TO CONTRACTORS. riMIK Board of 1! mate r,K- tl Roullii-rn Ohio J. l.unalio Aayluiu, at Kaynui, Uer,-Iy iriva im t eellialaualoil pruNiaul will Ih) reiviveT ill tin, ""'" """"'in il iiiki Allini. on m bi'lnm Wisluewtay. the l!ih iluv ul'Kupibailier IKW lr llie work ami mitloi lula I ,-,iiiro.l r Uiu ,,-.' "" loiinunoiin ami liune.nenla or tlie lui, ... """" ' ""'""em inim l.mmlia Asvlliui la) 1,111. HiKMinlinx lo H- ,,lii ami iioi;inou. ... ""f! T "'"UKllU'l, Arcliili-(. rsis IH,U will Im- wraiveil, aa l..ll.,: T . rirst. Kur eti-Avalloii for liiui-iucnt, retlars rinimlntlon tl-cni-lu-a.ainl arwars.ntntinK tlie nriru lIFreuliio yam of Iwoiitr-wvi-D fMl price iir ienli in wall, lor llm mini maiionrvllii, itrloetior Minnr, r,M.i n.i-11... .i.i.... mi ir wi, i,ir ana w mut auuiu. autl l,.r all i-ut lyui, ,. bll ,.rn- MT hhii M-l In pllii-iv Ttilnl or g lirirklaylnit n, furui.Uiai all AlriMl f,n-aual. iUllDA 111 tiriM, lu.r II ? i lint wall. rourtli. torui.lliiK oihI hiui pine, orenk, knailia-k iolHla. nir llm Srat S,irol i, ln... atittiiiK the prico jiur Ihtiuutnd Iimk, luinlwr nii-aa' VlieTnulei-a reaerve te lliemaelvea Ihu l iubt lolsori-aMtliianiiilrm't aa Ihi-y may ilcoiu ei(, Killh. for Annitaon lumhnv .r i , . Iirj,lailisa. !'.. alauiiir tlio tivl, a,., n...... i - , nj ilh. Vnr tli win, I,, rr. n.. . ... tHU, . ... auiins llm nrir tor earn. avenlli. for Uio ni-eaaarr eArocutor'a anrk m - I' ' ymr M),ia. S Of the above llnma will la ,'.iau-iv. or nula ror Uio whole or any can at ui win ih- conauiere i Kvery ,roj:il mint be auaoanslniMl by I'M airarnr two r4-iMMiail,lw iht. am anrelieaon Hir lainil of llu, party it-eivint - .... VHV r "m, wi aie coll. .- 4 I . Tim proioaali w 111 be 0wnei1 by tha rruaUit si Aavlun oa 'barailay Hta lAia ,iav of h-irtotii. IMUa. 'rim coitlrArla Will La awards! a. a,. Hie plana ami p,-,iS,Alloua raa lap aeon on an. nlloaiioaiAAllM Aavlmu alaajr Haiti lanorti llm arsw,lMr. It m. . aim lm Tru.l row, v lo Uioiuaelyra Ika rlsht o ana n,Naaia moy eowaillt,r " . . mwuw, iiiMtrvaaa ul utv Maui. 93 aiw ua w-u aMHini. . , L . -i . as, w. uaaiiBIKX, WMl .""..i !"' !!!i "s i. ik lOmoval. NaCKK HKNNKTT MaA.ursrlarara.jul VI kola Ala su4 ttulail Ui.alura la tiloraa. Hollow . AVi., Save reuaoved llirlr SaUaruoui froai ITW iru nm-i,w ana rooani iono.-rly oawunl.Ml by Browa a Irwla. on Iba c-ranr of Vint n... ..... UAAaal, wbar tbrjr will b pltaanl lo aoo Uioir an w nu aiar uu in WAailuX Bral-ciaaa - " DiHrMlllltloil. ea uarttwraklia awavaolwra alatlaar ,er Iba alW-aa.l ttna unmoor Ne. llennelAlo.. aaaaiTUYai taw mil lltaA.. - a rKBM hay ajaaravnavaal llaa Inloma of Mr. rj la kilt.er ariuor wm uaii ins aamaor llm Orm iu tlauula- MII.'llM kta-aiaiw Jyndawaf MAUCta fajiLjj., ' h , r, .-a apply as1 S-Mau-ry oral Monetary and Commercial. Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI, September 11. Fi.oiir The market was actlvo and firm, and prices were higher., Trail. brands nre now selling nt fin flrt13 fin. nnd fancy l'i fi0(l4. Hiliierniie Is selling at H fitltii U Ml. lJ.'Vbarrcls superfine sold since our last at Jft; HKl do. extra ntIl 7ft: 75 do. spring extra- at l(l no? W itro TamllT I'A ami loodo. do. at ll 75. Wiikat The innrket was flrrriif with gixsl dciiiAiid, and holders are asking high er pi lees. , 2. ml la held nt fl SdirfJ Vi No. I do. nt ti i'Uiii rsl. and nvtn, .i 'J Ki. Ilill cm i not Hi obtained below i m. White is held at. 3 wuti lis. , Cokn The market Is sleiulv Ullil liiil.li.ra arc firm, Mixed shelled aud ear Is held nt l!l(tf!l,V. . . Oats A firm market with a r,lr ,li,,.i but prices are not higher. We quote No. at fiftc. and No. 2 nt ;iIdM!3c, In elevator. 1. 1 a in, mnrkct Is steady at HTm-. for holce. and H0Ms;ic. for No. 1. llAKI.KY Till) market is miehnnoiul dull. , " . lliioCvr.iKS The mnrket rntea .l,..te u in, a fair demand st 'Jft til Hie, lor fair to l-bolee I'lolUillee: I2(ilfti,c. for raw Hn triir 171' (rflic. lor hard reilned, nnd SKli.rUlle. for Porto Kieo Molasees. WIIISKT--A st.vidi- iii-irWM Vlll, .. fair demand at 2 2:1, duty paid, and In iMind. Sides of 2fi,Hmi-rclH. Hr.icu I lover rHksl4-Hilv si 7 mi Tim othy quiet at ;(!. r'lax Is lirm, and In Rood th ind at f i IKKtftt. - - .. New York NEW YORK, September 11. iloncy Hleaily at 4(f5 percent.' Stcrliii" (lull nml itiiiiiiiint i,t nn.i (lold lower. oiK'iiinir nt' Ur.U.. ,l.ll,,l,,,r te lift1,!, and cloliiL nt U.IU i - Uoveiiiinent llrui. ! ' Krcights to l.iverniMil oiilel.'. 1 , ' ' . Cold i.fweaker, but ii,mmnil vcly scarce. NEW YORK, September 11. Dry Goods. 1 ..-., 0M iv or Hi ol ' " " J) It V C OOliS! Unuulisf; attvlmlaiinlp vririH. WILLIAM "W'AXilCii. Km. aui Tfatrd oral, lnyin,-o., tflsellinir nir un eiOli-i. ut.u-li r Drj Good,lifHhs Al'nsslnipns, (1 Ate of ihu iiihtu MnnsC utoek:) Aln ' Eeady-made Clothing, EaU, Caps, Ac, At w holi'aiiln l'rivn... , '!'.,."," . rml V01 '",v "f deairalile Kuinmer nml nil (,wi,t. ,., as I l.illis, ( nillii-M-. Mlinell.. ..Uoiinilea. ,l,.un. Lins.-,, Hn Httin.uK l.n- i i . . ' Ml'r","W. ANwiia. l.iuvii.. l)iKainl.,-. , i Ji'J''"' '""' ' I'-ipllaa. tbiilli. .. 1 1.. Il'lll'll. I nillL.t-M Kliiyin,,).;.,,... I a,.:... ... i , : i", ,n, ',,,a"tiiii, i i ii-iK, ens.ua, l-L-liol'lnli, TivkiiiKa.tlitM-ka. Ililllin. . I trow ii MiihIInh, IIIcik lied MiinIIhs. Hoop aslrt. Rahnnnda, Vsrnaiili, Paa I'iaIm-uIIiis, Wlllto O-oorlta! And n variety nf Nntlnlia. nininliiraiiniliiilien. ncuiling liuuUa llua Is a 'lrn,li,l,,,irliililli Huerliil iiitliii-i,i,,ii,.la I., I'll'.. i.,..i f .: ' i . chant.. . ' -""" "' TERMS auaa-d.twiy, Strictly CASH. ,, ., , WM.S'Al,kKII. d k v ..,o'.o o rys i 11VV ."A-I-Ia," ; ,' AT'"' "' n 323 AUCTION PniCES!! At Our New Bazaar, " ai:t r ii lint u A T o aj 4. .. II IMSTOIMI Kir & SI'IELMA N f'iri..',Ti""'1""",nn "tl"Howe tell,, r,,.,,, ,,;,,,, n s w;;m, iVh A rn ri-A.l v Wait ,, ,, , W Im favor ua Hill, a call ,. . ., Ainl Hatter uiiranlvaa U iileaMi, I n Hunt olniiirhU) ImUi u ill, Our fltiie.k i-miMi-.! ur . All lMiKlitat llie luU! .letlinc ' " .' v- Hosiery in mil Variety. Ilea and Boys Oassimrrri, ('bUonudi s and Jeans, Notions sad Toys, Hoolsan I Mio. s. Hrlilac. ote I'.ner .art s-...,..: J'arpets, rarnUure..Bt1r and 2a hand. SutlinU, e,e..inK.,al.,l Snlur,!,,, Wiorulii"' i .uin a,!E,.!.,,'.l!" SAI.K Oh' A 1IOITSK AVI, paIV.A':kxan,,k,!sv,,te' lhiltn Kilrt ml UiAi. . L ..lK..or.u.l .IU.... amlTorTh. ,,,Ty 7 tyof Huyi.,!.. ,;,, -o ,. i ,im t two rl. k r. . ii..T.Tii7,r": '.T..,. . . . . ii.i i ",u'", in AniiilL-oiimrr rminl, "S) it iT. "w"'-,6- """""''I' ne lCr i"k.; i.....i, . .,7.' : '"s wm-rim-ti real Horn, i,,i. ;-Ti .:,Tr i L.-.MAlilvQUAI'V i S llMMrtUrOf 1 RHEIN WEIvT i 'i 1 -' .'ab.1 nenKiris ' t i ti' I . No. H7ii Tlilrl XfrW, ' ( JL'i'i..- .. Dyton,OIUo. Notlco to Sorghum Manif!ieturrs fo, msrlu-l ia i..w ly, Lf a 1"' '"' " .""'"''.V'f,1''''''.'' Sehltoilm d.r . . -T neaii. ll.o .uip,l.u..,'Adi"rn." -Jarriij vst;?- AliK-VTS .I...I. .""S MS, lAjyloaj tmio. ' U f". frrilory w ,11 ' . tUlttaTQm Who Wauta Eflj-aina INIaKTI X hoM It E K UK lL li KA I laMTATK AllKNT I.IVT.vv ...V... 'S ". Ali '"-" iW fitai ali Kamia-llmt la Darkn la.',, ii' ', Ml, ,m. tD Van V. ,-rt "uuly " Dllciluaarii.lini,. wk. ..... H.'rr? - Urn l'oalll,-,Hriia)r. " """". awru-ti '' TarmallherAi I ., V.M . I in . I 'T ' i..;,. , i ..:.,' i t, .