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CITY AND SUBURBAN. IWr'nll Velvet Suits now I'M- sale nt the Iviglr CMIiIhk Ht'irt. , .1 ;.,'. .t HfWonicn'-: Calf Miocs ;U nUiinn'H nl scveutv-nve cents'. " " ,, - . tiff-Ladies fur lined, "Watoi- I'root lliilmnrals just received ill Kerncdiiiji's, No. SiMi Second, between Mulu mill .Icller soti streets, (nil and pet n pair before they are nil sold. , dim lTTlie pretties:! suit foryuiinj; men wc hare seen In Way toil wnsnt tin Kn(fl; t "loth - lug Storv, 118 Main street. . . . SlI.KXfUD Ovi in o.vis. l.ebciishiirp.cr A Son, Xo. IDS Main ft reel, linye Just tceoitcd he most splendid lot of overcoats In I lit' city, whch they tiro ofi'i-rlns; at very low i'"i''n. Cull nuil see thrin. ltd. - - I.oon to Youit 1nti:i:kst. -,'. l'erncilinjr. Xo. 300 Second, between Main uud .kflcr mm streets, will lor tin next thirty dnys sell Hoots mid Shops mid Hats and Cups ut strictly wholesale prices in order to malic room for a new stock. dim liTFrlcnd Schwnrz don't miike Idle promises but really sells the nli est mtvlc nj, and more especially, the chcuiie.-tcloili-lug in Dayton, examine for yourselves, at the Kittle Clothintr Store. 11;! Main strei t. tSTK. W. Meyer, Bookbinder and ISIiuik- iHKik Manufacturer, nnrtliw est corner of Muln and Second streets, lindnw Fivb hollars. t'nvslry Over Coats for $3 00 nt the Fl Clothltijr Store. 118 Main Street, Sign floldcn Knirlu. Okmi.kmkx If you want sniiii-tlilnj to keep your feet warm and dry. provide yourselves witli a pair of Seal Skin lined. Hubbcr Bottom, Water Proof hbrli Shoes j list received lit Xo. 300 Second, between Main and .lelTerson streets. Tliey are smnc tlihi(f entirely new In Uuyton. ocl full ni . C, Fi:iiNi:niNO. Monkv Savf.h iss MonkY Maiib.-The above maxim Is best lllustniteii tiv jroin;; to Goodman' popular Hoot and Shoe Stor 110 Main street, where every thin; in his line can 1m bought xo low as to defy com petition. Ills stock 1 the largest and best sclectail in the city: lie warrants all hl . goods, sew rip for nothing, mid liieshnnl to please all who favors him wilh tlieircus toin. No wonder, tboreforc. that his store .it crowded all t!ie time Willi oiiifcr eii-to-t nicrs. tiive him ucll, by all means. Cavalry Overcoats, nil colors nl I lie Rapic riottiinp: Store, US Mailt Street, Sign of tlie tioldeu Eni;li!, u ritovint ion Wiktku. Wo would inform our readers that Lessner A; Ilrother have received 600 new and sound Government Overcoats, and they offer theiti Jbr hall their value; therefore we would advise our wilder to secure one in time. .. am . Spi.knwd .'i.othi(!. H. it E.Sternbur ger, Merchant , TalloiV on Third street, ncxtdoor to the losUjlllcc, . have jnst re ceived i very lure m-ooi tiiicnt of fall and winter clothing, ineludiii( u upleiuiid stock of gentlemen's, suits and overcoats, (o which the 8eclid nttcutiou of theii cus toiners mid the public Is Invited. 'J'luy aiv prepared to sell nt prices which will make 'it to the interest of every one to givo them Jtcall. ' , r-SPOBTBMKN, Aitkxtion. I'.Fernedliig. at Ho. SOU Hocond. between Main; and Jeller oon utreeU, has just received anotiier lot of those Kubber 11 i) Hoots, just the thing for hunting anil fishing excursions. ' dim AWoiidto thk rrm.K'. A great deal is spoken of no w-a-d ay s, w h ich Is the cheap est plaoe to deal In Dayton, or where a per son can rely on a merchant's word. We -imply remark, that from appearance, and from our own dealing frith merchants, w tlnd friend Schwar. of the Fugle Clothing :S!torc to be a straight-forward dealer, and the public eau rely on his word, 'or that of ill men, who arc always ready to wait on customers; his stock Is certainly by far the most select and custom-mudc. ami we would commend our friends and the public gener ally to give Mr. Sehwarz a call and exam ine for themselves, at the sign of the (iold en Eagle, llSMiilu street, throe doors south of Market House. Bov'a and Voi'TH'a i.othinu. An en tire new apartment the beat in I lie city just received by'i.ebeushurgcr Son, Xii. 108 Main Street. , tSTWomcn's Kid Shoes at Goodman's at seventy-tive cents. -Clothiso koh thk Million. Lessner ,Br, are now receiving at their populur ''otblng House, Xo. 10J Main street, a very . arge itock of clothing from the eastern -cities,, made expressly for their house, all . of the fluTst ouality ami latest and .most desirjiblejiti les. The assortment embraces a lot of very fine gentlcmens' Hulls, made . upexiHessly to their order, and all war i ranted lino-class. They have also a full supply oi nne overcoats, youths' mid boy , clothinir in fact everviliioc ihi i desired in their line. Visiiurs to tlie Slate ?alr will Und It to their interest to call and examine tnc stocK. They can procure the ! best quality of goods at lower prices 'than wuy oiuer i.oiihc iii'ine cuy, xjlSdawl'.v Motukks, bring your liltle boys to Hie 1.1...- ... I . ... . ""I"i i louiuiR niore, nun you II ue llsltin shed how nice Slid how cheap they c be UrcsaeU up at 118 Main street. WTIIuts and Caps vcrv cheap, at Good man s. Offick Fi:knitirr fob 9ai k. The Fire men's Insurance t'uiaiiy, having re moved their olHce to the northeast corner of Third and Jefferson street In the room occupied by J. L. Martin, Eso.. as a Col lector s otllee and having leased vault, und furniture conms-led Willi said room they otter for sale the tire proof nufe and other otllco fiirniture, at a bargulir. i all at olllce, orner Thinl and .letferson streets "t'11'"- l.j'J'- K,N"i -'y. Ilr.sr's Fii.tkiis Pkick Hkul'i.kd. In or der to accommodate all classes who Oosiro to have pure drinking wuler this wurni weather, 11. Hest would announce that he has reduced the price of his superior Filters to I5. This will nhicc them I 11 Hie i-.,,i,.l -or all, and no family should lie without one. - IvVMir , . DkfV Cowi-ktition. J,ebcnsburger ,V Son, Xo. 108 Main street, call particular at tention to their uew and splendid stock of fsll and winter ( lothiug. They defy com petition, and will not be undersold by any -othr kousa in the city. i mm rti-Mnr 'ita,iiil Trill ilnm i Tint Omik llotsH. This. splendid amt popular jilaei! of aihiiscinctit 'was re-opened ln-t evening, under thv luiiiifieuient of Mr. .full ii "cn yi r, it. jcutU'iuau in all ii'speets iiiallhij I tits Ui Misitioii tio tiolds. lie is a veteran in his piolcHilon, mid m caterer to the public taslo in theatrical uiattci, he knows ' no s'icli word n tail." Tlie pretty little dv'iiiiii of llii''r,iildlcf of l'ortuuo" was I'nii lv lendei'iHl la-t ('veiling, but the great feature of Mk occasion was the very amus ing fsiceol' the "Tflodles," In wliii h Mr. Weaver, n "'J'iniotli v," mid Mrs. Kncass. us "Tabillia," brouglit down the house. The great, moral dnimaofthe "Drunk aril" will he produced Ui-uight. It. Is a play of t lie deepest Interest, and should be largely iitteuded. '''- l7Tireut field (lift Sale. Jefferson street, opposite roitofllce. . Tin Apihooiikh to Dayton. It Is high lime that something was done by thd Coin niiHflniier, the City Comiell. or sotucboily else, to make the principal directs leading to the tity once niore. asable. Third street, between the levee ami tlie bridge. Is in a very bud and unsafe condition. The flood did terrible damage' Jn that locality, and although vehicles can. by extra effort, pass to and from the city, still tlie road is entirly unlit for transportation by heavily loudud w.ikuiio. lAi also very iinsnfe, es pecially at. night. 1 luring I lie fall and winter ii vi ry large amount of hauling of grain, wood, Av, will have to be done over this road, anil it. is time it was put la good order for this purpose. It is not likely that the proposed bHdge will be built this fall ; I'oiHeipient ly no time ,-liould he .he-tin re pairing this Important . rtYcnuc to the city. All our business men are interested in having it done ' immediately, and they should see that It Is not put off unv longer. It ii a matter of wonder and surprise that Ttridge sieect has 'not nUo been n-palred between the levee and the bridge. This penue has been entirely closed up since the Hood. Not a thing lias been done to wards repairinif It, when a comparatively small amount n labor anil expense would render it passable.- It is seldom that we see so palpable u disregard of the public Inter ests as has been manifested ill the cases al luded to above. I"?;" Ladles' Rubber and Ivory Chains, only two dollars, ut the (ileal Gift Side. Tub Kin -nut. The following beautiful extract Is from the pen of the rioter-poet, liayard Taylor : Tint realm of flic press is enchanted ground. Sometimes tlie editor has the hap piness ol knowing 1 1 1 :t l he lias defended the rigln. exposed the. wrong, protected the weak: thai he lias given uiicrunce tor. sentiment that, hail cheered somebody's hour, niuile somebody happier, kindled u smile upon n sad face "or a hope on a heavy heart. lie may meet wU.li Unit sentiment many years iitlur; il may have lost all charms of paternity, but tie feels an affection for it. lie w eleomes it us n long absent child. He reads it u fur the lirst time, und wonder' il, indeed, he w rote it. for ho has changed since then. Perhaps he could not give nt- teraueo lo the ieiiUincnt now perlwips he would not if ho could. It seems like the voice of his former fell' calling to hi parents, and there is somi tiling niouniliil in his Umo. He begins to think lo remember why he wrote it, who were tils readers then, and how much -he has changed. So he muses, until he tinds lilinsell wondering if tliattliought will con liniui to float niter he is dead, mid whether tie is really looking upon soinelJiing that w 111 survive him. And then cc s t tic. sweet consciousness (hat. there is nothing In the sentence that, he could wish unw rit ten that it is a belter part of him a t-lired from tiic garment of immortalitv lie shad leave behind when he joins tl innumera ble caravan," and takes his place in the si lent halls of death. tSTXo such giMHls have ever been sold at. a gift f ale us are sold daily at the Great Gift Sale, .lefferson vtreet. ' Imcoutakt Law Srir Dk-iokii. The Cincinnati Xuqi' i'rer of lids morning con tains the following 'tem, wlileh is of con siderable local Interest here, the defend-nnt-i to the suit residing In this city : i ue suit, pi .in.isa liunueti, el nl., vs. Henry and .Asa p. Stoddard, which the loriner linil brought last, spring, n the Cir cuit Court of the I'nited States, before .luilge Swuyiic, mid which Involved fin rigiu ami tutu to various pieces of real e late in the city ol St. Louis, of a total VHine or some Vfi.vi.ooo, was this mornin decided by Judge S. iu fuvor of the plain. mi. Among tlie attorneys engaged on this Important, trial wen' Messrs. Oiljiu A Co. bill, lor Ihc plalntlfis. and J. A. Jordan, Esip, for defendants, all of this city. t W Don't tail lo ss-ure some of those valuable prizes at the Gold Gift Sale. M...OIM I.. ii a. i to.jacoo riiiK en listed in tlie fuili Ohio Keglmeiit in W,i. lie was hist heard from a few davs after the buttle of Arkansas Tost. Ho had a cut on the lorchcad. over the right eye. The int rents and friends of tho absent person are in a state of uncertainty about his fate, ami would gladly bear of his w hcrcubonLs. A.I Ires Martin I'ulk. Arcadia. Hancock conn ly, Ohio. l"l'.vcrybody goes lo the Great Gold - Gift Sale, on Jefferson trecl. Tiii:C'iioi-s. The reports from till part. r i , . . ui iiiccoiniirv in regard to the crops are much better than w ere anticipated, consid ering the vast amount of rain which fell sine harvest. The tine weather of I he past iHoor three weeks has done much to ward maturing the corn and ktiito crops, both of which aru unusually large. IWK you waul books bound, such as Magazines, rertodicaU. Histories, Ac., in any style, plain and fancy, please call at my liludei y. W. Mcycr,.corncr of Main aud N'coud streets. tmdaw r ikk ai i.i imai :. (in Saturday night, al twelve o'clock, Mr. Thus. Cnderw ood, gantner and norist at Glendale, bad his bouse ami stable entirely destroyed bv fire. The family barely escttiei with their lives, saving nothing out of the w reck. Norte l-:.--The piano and set of furniture put up lo be chanced oil' at Clegg's Hall, at the Ijulies' l-'air, will be continued until all the tickets are sold. Tickets for sale al OilLuls' Music (store, an, I by tlio members Lof til Onler. t'" Women's lino sewed It d rats ..i GvhhIiiiuii's nt 1 Oil. ll'AI.I.- AMU WlNTKK ( l.ttrillNO. A full stock of the lutcst utiles und W-l iwlily, Just received hv I.ebcusburgcr H .son, Xo 108 Main street,, 7 . i m-h1o1 .l. sl - " urn n mmn m m m K'i m iiwi i Ml n'lliiTH lltTSION IUli,. The grand ope rut to colt cert of flic celebrated Slrukoscli troupe will come off at . liusioii Hall to-morrow even ing. It Is seldom Hull our cltlcti lire In vited to so delightful a nin-ical entertain ment, mid we have no doubt the hall Will be tilled to overllow lug. It would therefore be well for all who desire to secure oligllile scats, to procure tickets in time. They can be obtained to-la v ami ln-nioi i'ow at the iniuic store ol M r. I Mihois, und i r the hall. TlIK J'lll DIOTI'.ll MHI'KIPHIC SllnWI II. Professor Ferguson, of the National Obser vatory Hi. Washington, is making arrange ments for scieiitilie observations nl'tJie nie teorlc display, w hlcli Is set dow n for No vember l'Jth.s, Some place it on tin- nlht of the 11th. It Is predicted tli.it the display will be unusually brilliant. Fiiik in Pnii A. The flax and oil mill ol W. W. Wood & Sons, in I'iipni. was destroy ed by tire on Sunday morning last, II, Is said that the loss will rem h ncualv xAVihki. ltwiwt iiujiired tin- I '.'.ooll, of wbii h' the Flrciiien's Imnraiice Company of Ibis city has8.".,0(H), Itlonses at SI (III. all the Fae-le Clothing Store. wool lined at NEWS BREVITIES. I A New York Milliner has ju (KM ensh for a pulsce on Fifth si. paid $ll."i. avcmic, for Imsiness purposes. Mi-s Kate Itatemaii, tin- renowned tress, was mnrried, on Saturday l.-i-t. in llrooklvn. to Dr. George I nui, l young i.oiinoiiei . A suit lias been cofnineiieeil in Washing ton against a portion of tlie captors of flu; Lincoln n-sassliiK, lor the purpo-'c of eoiu- pclbng Ihcni in submit their claims to the ciiiity of tlie court. When will the siiuabble over the dead man's hom-i be ended y Al-l'I Ks. Says the Indianapolis H mbl. llienpplecrop this season is Itie liucmhal has been raKcd for a number ol' eai-. the apples being large, perfect and w i ll liavor- eii. ineyure now plenty m iiiarkol. anil cheap, ranging in price from li II v cunts to one dollar per tmshel from wa-'oiis. The best ipialily, carefully picked for winter- Keeping, may be liait at a dollar. There was a great wrestling match on the Nashville race track lat Monday. Priekett. it New Jersey sport who liiis w resiled 111 thirty-three mutches find never been thrown, was beaten in two clinches ot tour und six seconds hv n Tennessee ne gro. Miss Elheridiie. a dirmrhfer of lion. Em erson Etheridge, was rei-cutlyrccciveil into the I toman Cntliollc Church nlGcorgetowii, near n asnuieion, in : In presence of a erowMeil congri'gat ion. i . L. I'oliiii-on lias kuciI lOihuldred Woodward (both residents ol Jacksonville, Florida, during the war.1 for value ol prop erty ilc.-iroyed by a urang of which Wond- ward was leiulcr. The latter has been ar rested in New ork, and held lo bail 111 $30,1100. Mr. Daniel Harmon, a veteran of the w ar of ISli In which lie served oil the Niagara frontier, died a few days since at liavenna, Ohio. Lizzie Western Daveuoort Matthews, the actress, now in England, has rceeullv had icltto her a lortuneof 100.000 by her lather, the laic A. W. Jackson, theatrical manager, speculator, e. Mr. MeCary, lately the editor of the Rrenhaiu . (Texas) llunwr. has obtained judgment belbro the District Court at Itrenliain, for X.'UMHIO damages agaiml Captain Craig and General Kiihioo, oT Hie Frceilinuii's Hurcau, lor false iinprisoii mejlt, ; frd Lyons, so long the Hritish Minister at Washington, islujjoio Paris. France and tlie United States arc lobe looked alter. Ohio Agricultural College scrip, lo the amount of over I.VMXMi acres, has b i sold at u price averaging llfiv-thrcc cents per acre. " , liy general consent It has been di ed in future lo describe theJanisii us a "mail and a bother.'' instead ol and a brother." Ktulm from Hit j-i 1 1 n i negro 'a man font I'lJ J'unili, ; 'Morton, of Indiana, it is generally eluded. Is to goto (lie flitted States ' in placi of Lane. Am constituted, tin place for him. ; , con- li.it very 1 wo hcuiitiiul mid talented actresses, the n und sisters, went down In Ihc III fat Kvening Star, TlILMttAT i;(.l.Sll EtOKDY. iif imti:c n;i pv jioyai, uni'MiS i'atks i'. Slit A A M I0S CI.AltK K'S Celebrated Female Pills. trtjxirr1 from a jirwrifrfion of Sir J. CUirkv, M. ., I'hyth'ian tisti-tionlinury to the Queen. Thin invuliiftiMe iiii liclnt' is aut.it. iiitf hi the i hit of all tnoHf iKilnful Mini il.ni.'i'im- li-c:ts, ti Wllil'tt lilt' IrlllillL' COHlitl)lOI, It. Ulllljl'Cl. It iimmI- M-Hlt'h at) Hxt'i'-- itU'l rfinovo( nil iili-triu-riiitii( fis.ni whatever i-tinte, ami nptTily nirr in in Ik' nt ifil on. Il h imi'liculrki'ly Aiiitinl. It will, inn 'Itoit tinii. hrinjf fn ihc tnonil.lv (icrioil f rcrfnl.irlty. Each hullln, (n in'Oiif DoIIhi, imnth ihi' (iovt'ni ment Stani til' t.rem linmin, lo .rcvcnl i imiii- UrlWU. . CAUTION- Th lUitM fitd mtt be tak'tt ha .nr,'..,, the fJKsr TtitlHK MOXJiLs of i'nymiHry, an thAj tr mire to In-Pi on Mitte.irriiti, tmt at any other Hl'i'i'V W ii III 'I It Liuiv.i lit' I Mm I.I. Mini ait' l.iiilil. Htu-t la.le. with Ihc sli-htc-i Irrruularit v r h- Lvuc(i4Ui of tlie mtMiMrt II i tn Till tut IimIv lh Woiiiiin ' f riii1 in lift- Ii.mii nl" l la), uinl I Im mil v tmiti. (.lofiiivi- ami ncttiT l.iilm-I'urc un.) i-'iil;i ttl til' Mlji-'lfilHI of II at II IV. l'l Mil W ll.tl.-Vt'C IHUslV so mihl that tht ii'clilisuil t-ntn t ik tht-in w ilh .rr tW't si-ciirity, rt -.o ii.tu.-ilul in tln-h fff.Kl.-., that ilu r iimy In aiVl call.nl, m vr laitin j U gu latur. In all t'Htra at' Nrrvon-i und Hiiitiftl Ai1t Hoiii. Pain in thv Hit- k. nn.l Limit. tatiurni on sliulii oi tnn. r.i'iiiUlion ol' tlio Heart. 11 tit-rirn mul Vhitr-, the riiU will filf.l. a ui-.t uln-n nil othtr iHjtiini hav luilcd : and mthonh it MMvirhil rmt'ily, do nolroiiLAin lion, t .iiiMiit i, 411(1111011 v. or iinvthiiiK It 11 it 1 11 1 lo tin roiiNtiiiiiinn. Full 'tircrllon-t In thi n:tiiiithhr nnitiii.1 f.-lt pacfcnc, wtiii-h h(Mitl lArarinlly pivoi vi-l, sio.i ay aii iit'iU;iT. Sol- ..'ncrnl Kwmt lor U10 t n ku .1 si.tic. ,1,. loniinion, - Jolt MhKR, rt i4M-tl.4i.i1t St., Now York. N. H $1 OU nml 0 thrpf rent io.lii lotf-l to MHV -llUhol'li'il Ak'i llL til lain . ell ii i i- n I... I K.'.-ii n-l v lie, rontiiiniiii? .Vt I'ill-. lit ri-liixn in:i itdiN ail ohsi-rvalioii. im T ail. laucil I V The Family Grocery. JUST THE PLACE TO DEAL. .TAMI-'S .M'INTIIll-, MAS ,.ietit-(t ut till, nMf lillu-A". Nil, iml Vlnlll -I , liayl.ni, lart, iui, .,li-ii.i.l l.M-k nl' stapl.' an. I t'aiii-y Q U O O 13 U T Ml M ! Koif ikii ami lhiiit-n,- Kiintv l iiniH il Kruii Sou etc. ALtn, tni ii arc. i.l.u.wrtn' hi.hiok hh C-rtih-n hihI W tlhtrwvt mi'. In -short, i-vitv .mi. lr iMirtiiiiniu to a rtiiui'lctv K:iuiiU l rtKcrv. 'l Vrui iVoni thHroniitti'ftnv invit-sl lVall iu examine UieAhM'.k. iilt-nii Dr. K. COXHAV, SURGEON DENTIST. II AVIN'li KKMMVFII Ills fli.'FK'K. ..ni I l.li.l, I.. ski imi srii!:i t u..iii.i r. iilly tnturm Ills frii-ii.U nn.l i.ali-uns. II.hI Im i n,.M .ari'.l lu n-uiler Ills .l,il. ..'.nl s,,i , h,.t k, Aim nnty il.-siie lliein. Hi I. is oili.'t. ..nsl itivi. liKKI nei.o.iuulm Dyl..n Numniul Hunk. I .r ,t ain.1 I i Business Notices. 1 Dorron . STU It LA ND'rt TON It!, DYSPEPSIA I Dr.SriiKKi.ANn's foNic is a coiicen rated preparation of Knots und Herbs, witli Miliaeids and cariniiiat ivci to strengthen the stomach and nervous system. It Is a certain remedy for Dysn-psia or Indiges tion, Neri nn-'uess. Lois of Appetite, Acidi ty of the Stomach, ! lit nlcney and Debility It Is not alcoliolii-, therefore particularly suited for Weak, Nervous, am! Dyspeptic persons, for sale by all Druggists every- w oerc ai i per nottie. (Tl!i; Mm I I, I'! S. Ii-. SlricklaiKl'M PILE REMEDY! II as cured thon-'inds of the worst cases of Uliiid and lilcediug Piles. It gives liiiinn- uiuie renei, anil eilecis a perinunnnt cure. Try It directly, Il Is warranted to cure. For sale bv nil Druggists nt nlli'ts. per bolile. Dr. Sli i, klim.r core II 1 Nl Jltilii MRLUVMIOtlH COUGH BALSAM is warranted to be the only preparation known lo cure Coughs, Colds, lloarseuesi Asthma. Whooping Cough. Chronic Cough. Consumption, lironchitis ami Croup. It ing prepared from Honey and llcrbs.lt healing, soliening. und expectorstiiig, an particularly suitable for all a Heel ions oft Ii I liroai and Lungs, ! or sale bv lruififi-ts Rivcrvw here taut Business Notices. R. R. & P. O. Time Tale. To take effect September 25, 1866. CINl'INXAlI, HAMILTON AMI HAVTON. I ''live. Arrive. rilieitniitli fii-eonlliuslalion solium a 'in a in 7 an a ui ' in , in t n-, , 11:411 in l.ii-ii'vn t:iness i-i im m ni I III, illicit! lli'eelllllloiljlilili . . &:4IIiii Vi-eiilioiieilal ion 8 Ml l III I 05 m in Uteres i'iiii-iiiiiaii M nit . ! ATLANTIC AND GREAT KBTKRN. r'-O" ). in I -in .t in '.: ti-l ii l..ei . tNi;hl lOxjires. a 4.i ii in 1 mi i in HAVI'liN AXIl MII IIKUN. S , Ml a in I iiira;ro Mull 7:llliiln liar, i in l lii, ii;,i uii't Del mil l:ir,.-k ll :1b , m n.ivnix. xhnia anh c'ii.h.miii:s. 7:111 11 111' llllVfnil A llllileilntlilll UI Wl a ill Ill.-Jli ii iii Kaolern Kxpress...... ::o u m n ui (1 in Xlall 8:-JU u in S:(slitn I'lllsliurff Kxpi-ess V:k.'5iiii IMHASA Cl-Xl'l, AXIl DAYTON AX1) WKSTKRN. 0 a.-, a in J-lliHiiiinnil anil fniliiuiiip. Kx . S:fTi p in S:lll a ni Uii-liinnint anil C'liicairn Aee.. . r,::c, p ,n a:ailpiu lii,liaiKip,,lis &l'lii,',iK .;x ..lu:truiu SANIU'SliV AND CINCINNATI. S;r,0uin l.uvlon t:press 7-05 am ll.lltlpiil Nixlit l-..preh )ini DAVK1N AND UNION. ti n., ii in AcciHiniiniitition vao p nt U::il p in K press l ;au u in Leaves every mnniliii,' exeept Mini, tin -i. ! Kii ess f.i,,,, ;,i Miilillelevwi jont I liiiiiiltnn duly - I'linse in i 1 1 ir l-:.ist mm tl,,-1 -III 1 1-:, L , i.n.l lvt .... Ihe-J.:;.') hnlii ill il -1 liroi-lirc lii'ki-u I ... I', i i i , i. . In, k pin. ,. , . l.liMi, AljiMil. I'll. T OIUCK, I A VTON, 1ITI IO..I illy 311, I8HS. ITnlil I'lii llier no lire tlm mails w ill arrive nuil lose al Iti i oilit-e as i'liUnu s : akiiivi:. ci.osn. ' 51 I'. M i A M P. u. I S':l New V..: Wilr II .-In J::iilNe, l;ii-i:m I St. lies ... ll.-Jll 'lniil.li'lpl.il,. I'eniisvivaiiiit I tl -Jll 5:l."iVin, in li.l.euisvilli' v.i.livillcl O .HI n :(MI 7;r,ii ti :im 1I:IM 7:IKI 7 7 :nl il.iniil :. il. a i. u iv I I', IK) Ui.Kl Wheellinr. Ualtininre.W a-h'n 7:1.-, -.,,.,,,, IH-Inil :' I'i'l-l.ilr- :oi. Vi-nia 'liT.iaii;.iii;.i. In.liriiiii .'laiH'.'l.iniloi.. liliin tiieliiniinil It liui l'tiiralWnv J:aill 1 1- 1:, . Olon 7 . ! . ::i. Illli.els. 1:111 All. inlir .li I.! CO Wi'sl -n Wu II :) 7:.'ill 7:0ti 11 !.! fl:'JII !l:-.ni B:KI lU::i:. 7:!l III A", !l -JU 7,."l 1MI II .III ;i innuilills W uv t u.-in I ill .1 Weslern :iv ; II ! 7:l. lliiH.ni Mii'hiKuii win y:ir. s,ininvkv W'.iv. II in Inn I ii Ion Way 7:.' 7:.MI II an 111:1111) II ?ll ru :., ,.li.lnisv..tV.AIc .1i'l.,..i-liiv in u i.ei..il:un, firilfi IIS II , iii.'lali.i.i 'hanil.y 'l'irs.,,.i is u. It ni..n,l.illle V..il.,lil.u. l.l)"l-J si., .-in s - ipeii nl. 7 A. vf. ; rli.se at 7 w. "pen I'l'.Hii II A. M In 111 A M. W .11 K.I ll.MI.V. P. M 10:1111 on; Life- HoaSth-Strength. Life-Health-Strength. Lite-Health-Strength. lll. .MIAN lKI.AM AltUK'S SPECIFIC PILLS, Are lireliiireil liy tlio .Messieurs 1 1 aha vcicki. In- l-iisr. I'leiniiiuenlisls, N. -ju lt,. ,,,,,P, runs, 11 Hie ITc-ri i.l,,,ii ,. Hh..Ica 11FI.A- M Aioir 1 'Inset I'ln siren, lollie ll,,h , .n I ejler or Kei oimiirnditltnn. I'abis, Slay ti, I MIS a iKSTl.:MKN:ttc ieive iisi-,1 tin- ki-cci..,.. I'll.l.S" III lull! IV IIH. IlKI.AMAIUIK'S I'HKSCKir- nii. .liii-niK seveint eurs f.u.-t. in ..or iri v itt e hii.1 '': ..- '. .. .....- n. .inn iiiciii ti in, .si en.-r. Ifi-lie ion I clli.ieni II. -nii.lv in i-iis.-k ,,)' iieiinatnr iheiii.r M-iniinil Weukness; M.;iurt iij r I'rt mature l.inissiiuis ; scmi;,1 .-nk'iiess ' ,n. fottu tt: S i.-d llei-iiiit-i-ineiits ,,i tni Nervnus Svs- l.-in: ealn s nriiiiK tr.nn wnvt 1 1 1. 1. il . an. I s. viliil h.M-u.-rs: I!tl,ij;itin 111' III,- lii-nitiil ()r. Kails: Weak S.ine: A ll'.-ct i.tiisi.l' I In- Kves- -'l.iiin." i.r "lli l. k-liusl" lli is is in Un-i.rhi,.; -Milkv" I iis.-liui ,; I'aleiicss f ti. stjii. siunk'.-n l.enks Mii.1 mis..lles l.l; -IMueJiuil" K.-al ii re li ivi.-i.lar iii-ti ,11 In- .,,r.nii.l in nil ,-l,siiv train ..I sMiii l.. in. iii isin I'l-.tin nv.'i u-e. iilms.'ss ..r loss. Ii.i.ii a.ij .-ails,-. ,. i. ,.nlh -i,-,. e eariifsili ailvis,- i,(. rn.les.i..ii. ui.. all (wr smis snil'. i it.... irni unv ... 7 ..,, i, '.. r thvinie Aj?ecHtim ,.l tin- I . i I'll -1 ' it I N a 11 V .sisil.Ms. to line lliisc 1 ll,. l Hit tiitfli res(,;. i, are viinr, m.ist sliu-eri-ly. U A. Ul triiKl'tlHF, M. II li 11. I II I Ml 1.1 N. i l. Iris lo. .i i , iihk, .M . I l.itr.'lll.-tere A Imimhii, No. all, Une liuil.uril. I'liri. Sriltalarn llli.l V.,,,uA I lri'U)..tl ions, lirirt. Annrllrn. i.r Il ,1, , ,-i li n.ls l.iiini.Kir III,' Hltil At lKUl t.l' ,. ;-.,,. r ,l,..ir .V.r'f-.lff iii.iilly l. a.l I.. Hi. m..st ,,, i,.l Kmlmr- r.l.siH Ills.. nli n. ui the Vlttll K hVKTKN. .M UHtH. (UrtUmtll HII.1 .,,,,.,...,.. I .i.ri.l'..r.. uh,. u. fs., ially liahl,. lu lliese i-akne.si H. sl'i..iil. ru- 111 IS MKI-AMAKKKS M-tiCIKII' A I'aint.lilt-t i-..iii:ii..iiiir r.,ll ..,,..,;....i.... llllx-i-liun. itinl tlvi.e. .iiii,.,t jn Krcn.-li ill. man. s ...iiisii an. I l.i.ir i i ii. .-. .i,.s ..s..i. i-.. an. I M ill l.e s, ni. I,, ,,,,,,1. , ,,, .,, ...... Ii.. u til n riu- i..r u. i'rlce, ier Has, ur Nix M lr t.l M.l.l l.y all lli.-i.iiii.ip.il HiiiKsl-l., in- ill Ih' 'III hy mill. ... urrh, .;il r,,H.lll l.,rrr.,tl .ni r.-.-.'i.i 1 llic .i.e. ill. il ,ii.i- I.i unv Hiillimii-.i asenl ..r I... II..- s.ilc l.i'ii.-ral Airenls l.ir Aineri.-a isl Ml ii. MnM.s A in. ( ..iilan.U .Mos t, Ne: . An'li-'i'i-.l asenl Inr i ten w. M'I'I-:W .4 ll'I' alt i.r.lers l m.i i.i'..nnif I v a,. len.le.l t.i. .1 Ihh ,sih 1 v-4 Opcrn-Ho uho HAT STORE, K.VKItY UKSl KU'iIoK 111' i;r A ril o fl d. I i.i..l. L. kJ , J V I. O AMI. i.anl nmmi'i. T.,,'l.i uviuiuicyll J l4lilamiig cjoons, I.AKIE3' OLOVKS, ScC. TURS! FUR3 ! FURS ! LniUs's' xA (Ii iillcnit'irs Furs of nery ill si riplion. uniraio, yiiraiTi wiiiie fox f'obes all 8lzrs. Ml Ihinhl tliif. t 1 1 out ihc in.iiiniii' lont ti nuj ill lit- ultt lit t:iitjit liir)faill. Our Trices Defy Competition. -Wm' UihhIh HrrrireH i'.rrry H eck. K. A. lit HUM AN. Ku 114 Main al, lliera llmisf. I i.rnwr, "' '" l'sjl,.u,Ul.io. '. l is ry all all of be no tlie SYMPTOMS OF CATARRH. BY DOCTOR FOSTER, NOW PRACTICING AT THE PHILLIPS HOUSE, DAYTON. Catahhii Is a disease of t he mucous mem brane ot the nasal passages mid those eavl il.. .,r ii.o i,.,.,.i ...... '.:... i.i.., iislKninciiutasltniiiM-rsliilisiltsUire.1lt'"ll',,?.n' it Is apt, in its progress to become instru- mental in causlnc the loss or Imiiatrmcnl. of smell, taste, bcurinir. and stirht. and i ereiilliwr Mrlro I fi .1..- - f, i ,.,,lis,, lllllllllll ,ll'I 111 IUI ments, not nnfreuuciitlv termlnntlmr consumption. svinptoinsarethoseofan ordinary oold. leciingot irritation, sensitiveness, heat or pain Is experienced In the nose. Hie eib'cs ot w hich arc red and swollen, and which Is sioppeil up sometimes on one side, some- tunes on the other, and occasionally on both.renderlngresplrationthroughitcllher dllllcult or Impossible. This condition sneeze, and a discharge of, at first clear, . . v " j oh!mc iiiMiit i r jm.mrm. mm 111 rtpiiwnii in niiatiTirv im i m n ut .n grcss. assumes an exceedingly fetid odor " tea viii luiiiiiiiiMIL Il ll mil forms one of tlie most cbariicterlsili features of the disease, and a source of the greatest annoyance ami ilnneer. It escapes 110101111- hv nil! nose, mil misses Into the inront. proiluciii.ir bv ts loi lenient oenl irritation, and reuulres freuiienl exnectorn- tion. hawking, or scraping for its removal. As Its pasaire Into the throat Is verv miieli facilitated by a horizontal position of the body, sleep Is freuuentlv dislurhed bv n "'""i i-uohuig ju conscipience, uud ........... i f .1. ...-. .. . in.iiiv un: omigeii 10 ne in a scmi-rectim- !.., u.ul,l.... ... ..I....:.. . I,, .,ni,,,rii ,,niiii ii iiecessarir reiiose. .w inir to tlie in lainm.it on ami bent I,, tl.,. lieail, the watery portion of the discharge ..in,, . , .. ,u. s, hum i ne resi. assuming a condition ot solidity, Is deposited upon the membrane of the nose and upper part the throat in the shape ol crusts or hard- eneii nun is, j ue UfClllllll In oil or these In. jerustations produces a feeling of disi-oin- m .i.e. on. ma n me iiiisai passages so as ciiiiiiirrtiss respiruiion, inereiore. Ire- cither by forcibly blowlnir the nose or I.J ir''i emu i..-, in,- rcuuircu to remove tliciu, persistent hawking, a practice as disagrce- uuic i,p i in- inn- niiecieo as it Is to those around htm. That side of the Incrustation w nicn niiiiereti lo the mucous membrane. " no. n i,,i 1.1, me iiiueoiis membrane will, alter its removal, sometimes be found i,i.....i.. ...i.i. .i , .. ' blood v. a fact which exobilns the r..n... ..... .... i...i ...... i... ... v... . : ' ". ' . V''" "''"" .'"""' sleep uicsu oierusiaiions iiccuinuiate more ran- idly. and the feeling is therefore most mi- ccnifnrtablo in the morning. Sometimes till l.ll.l.-fu 111 .,ln tl... ,1. ....... 4-...1. ' ..... .n.iif,b i.iu lllllie llll- til after breakfast, or alter some stimulant haslH'cn swallowed. Uccr.it Ion of the 111 lieilllu ltlitllllli-11,,1, rtC tlm ....ui. ...I rreouentlv. soiuctiines altackiiui' the L,.,.. s-, ..... ,.,.s ,.ni,,-n luncc when small l,nrllcl....fthl ...R-.... - n occasionally be found mixed with the dis- f.-ii;i i ijr. Till- lllfHltll y...nt... nvea.!.,.!., ... .1 ally so olliinsiM. us lo render the patient an obiccl ol disgust to himself as well as to aim f-H hi-iiiiij; utior, HIHI IH'COMH'A Or'ltSOI- Otlll The Heciiniuhilloii of the disci Ki'thev ttith tlie thickened condition of Ihc mucous luciiibranc. renders resnlrutl.,.. throiisih the nasnl pfissajres very ililllciilt. anil ollciitiuies iini.nssihle. iiecesslt ill in tr respiriilion iirinciimily tbroiiKh thu lnoutti it iiieinoo very iicicu'rious lo the ireneiiu lienllh. but more piirtlculiirly so to the iiins hiiicii ticeotno weak uud irrituble The voice loses ils luusieiil nunlltv. nml nu. suines iliscordanl, A . - - .1 I I I char- iicier; nic sense oi smell liecoincs much imniiircii or eniiretv lost, unit t lie umw ,.r. feel. tlioiiKh less treiiient, in iroduecd on tnste. Oe. asioiuilly.vMiile blow lnK the nose, ji cracklinx or bubbling sound is herd in the ears. i,nd lieariuK Ijecomcs (iiile thick or stop,, ,-d ,10, but returns suddenly, with sonu-thicir like u siuiiuiiuir souiul. Tl.u lllirt phenomenon iniiv be reneateil several limes l.ntil hea, i,,K ihJs not 'rVluVn 'luam ierinuiicntly Injured. In other esses hear- dcfrree ol deafness may exist before tlie person Is rcallv uwnrc of tlie fact. Kin..... condition is often accompanied w ith noises in ine iiciiii ot every conceivable descrip tion, niiiierially Inereusinir the distress of ine siiuci er. n-l.n..., 1 , ... ,i .1, iin" oceiiiue wciiK. irriianie. and dis -ed to water on exHisure to cold and wind. orHftor the slightest, exertion. r; k-.-k m nic, ir n oisiressinjf Iccliniriil pressure is cxiH-rleuced over the i V in i on. s on ine .op or buck of .... an,. .,is ,,i I,, I,,,. m,.Pl i-toseiy ,.s. ,.i. un. j iM-iiiiiiin, ii,r w men ii is very ..... .. ...is , ami, uisircss ui me ncail weiiKens lliu ineitiory uiul iiroduces irrltu- ioiii y nun llioroseuess Ol lllsls.slLli.il. Tl.., sloiuaeh i enerullv sullers mine r l,.M. Z I . .... .. Declines wciik in ii ii-rirniiie , riu. n,.,u.t ... caiirici.'its and liearlv ulwavs bad in tl... iiioriiiiifr. lu severe cases llic system liable and prostrated. Tills is lit- ft dlsuosilioil to llrnu jl....ss aud sleep, aversion to eitlier physical or iiuu cM i uiiui, mm a loeiing ol fatigue and weakness. Sot iiiifieoiieullv catarrh nroves rsi.il ellher by debilltutiiiff; the system and weur- iiiK oui ine patieui, or oy traveling ilow u ward and proiliicinn tliroat all'ectloiis. bronchitis, and, tlnally, iionhi'mpiion. It may be safely asserted that, after heredita preilis.Misition, catarrh Is the most f'rciiient a 'til imiHirtunt cause of Ibis fatal compiaini. The syuiitoins of catarrh vary consider ably In diilcrcut individuals, the dejtreaof Ibeir aevfiily deH'niliiiKiiiMu coiistiltition al idiosyu. rasies and various external In fluences. With some the comtilalnt run. Unites furs berof years in a lull. I form, and without causing any or the injurious results above deseriU'd, while with others the worst etl'ecls arc produced In a short space of I i inc. uud cases apparently moat miiiiiicsn may, iiimiiirii llllpruilclll CXM- siire, aililitlomil cold, or unfavorable eliiiiitfes ui Hie w tiMllier. suddenly exhibit tlie viol, nee anil immunity which char acterize the sevcresl ones. Willi some imu'soiis this disease becomes pcrioiiical, iiiuu klnifllicin regularly alccr- si'asoiis each year, as In tlie early part spring when the roses are Iii bloom, and hence Its name "rose catarrh or lit mld- snuuner .luriiit- liayli,K time, hen It Is Known as iiay-caiurrli." Mome claim to able lo predict the exact day ami even hour of thualUck. They usually consider tiiciuscives entirely relieved c tli ilillicul ly diiriiiK the intervals ; but we have rea son to suppose that symptoms of lite com plaiiilare constantly present lu tunic mild form or other, which arc roused into activ ity by the odor peculiar to certain plant's with which tlio utuiosphere is impregnated iluriux the seasons muntioiied. The com parative olilet uujoyuil iM'twceit the attacks doubt leads lo the rrrouvoiis belief that atfeetiou has eeasud oniirely. DOCTOR FOSTER .May b consulted dally Siiuiluy nuil Wt'diM'Mluy i:x cptl, At the Piiii.lU'CUak8k, Dayton, Ohio. BY TELEGRAPH. From St. Louis. ST. LOUIS, October 24. The Uiidell Hotel was Injured by lire only about .".0oo. n'l. ...... i- i. . ... ... m j(n-iii excitement ncre at the lieglstrv Olllces. lireunrnliirv (, II, n tlon. '1 here are nearly twentr-llvc thou sand names registered mi n, il-i- ..,i ,i... Radicals know they are beaten unless they i. i,tii-i f.ni names on. jo ac complish this is tlie object of their effort, and to prevent It is the (letcriiilnalioii of the Koplc. INDIAN OUTRAGE. H"t B pnrty of nioiinUiin men.' ,., ,. 1 ,, , . . lnrTV' r "ve hours blocwly tighting. the red letter Irom Carson Citv. October 1st. stives some par ten ars of mintlwi- ii,.i. ''"'""Jf river in a Mackinaw, had ,or "t Hie month of D'V's iiiver. wiiere tlicy were attacked bv It Dailll Ol HloilX. IHIIhIhT llltr nt lei.t llOv sains were driven oft. Of the whites four I ..... me oiner were scrioit.sl v wounded. Tim whites killed tweiiLv-fni. iiin , . .Rh,,,til'K ten and killing three with his knife. From Indianapolis. INDIANAPOLIS, October 24. The Itadicul majority In the State on the Con.'rcssnal vote Is fl ssi'i Oltlclal returns ol tlie vote for members consist of thirty I'nlon members to twenty i it-iii.M:rii(H. 1 1& rtmivrn M Drpvallinir lir to a limit- . rm . " IIMI rIIMII.. 1 II H ttuml iniailuut .1 one of them Jim Gordon.a noted irHnibleV . tv u.-iiiii.-, occiirreii yesreruay. From Washington. [Special to Cincinnati Enquirer.] WASHINGTON, October 25. "'i.s tiiiueiiny. Mien arrangement will tie made as to Insure the preservation of"1" l'aoe and order in any event It has hcen decided that the I'resldcnt must rec. Th, ; i reusnry now holds $!.000.0on In gold, of this aliont SllJUm 000 u.so h.1,1 i hr,,lu certlllratej, the halanre Ix-lont'ini' absolutely to tlie Government. Hi- v..: ....... i,.,. ii.i. - " 11 " exiecieu itiat tnc ainoimt of 111 "e i rcasurv will cousiderab v ex- I i.n.wl It liui tuifi ik,i. 3 i-.'- tiviwh.iii. The dilllculty In Hultlmore, arising from the attempted removal of the police' com- me attemntei remnvul .,r ti,,. ..u...V jmlssloners. III not. It Is Is lieved, lead to I'Klll.eilie renins i on ol l In- . .,.,,! :...... "J" '" '' I'tate for military aid In case of "".""n.i niiiiour regain to Ills political "'". aim tins rule will govern the acts of I '" "'ii.uiiisirnuon nereiiltcr. The Fenians. NEW YORK, October 24. The Kteninn Rr.vpm uva . li,in . n .i 'n; n-sM-,-i- A! 1 col'tr"',1ltll" t arms and aim, itlou was sent to the beiiibiiifirt.- t...i.... i... ... . m t0.l,u! hciidipiarters to-dav bv the reutans or irov. -i.i...r., ...... .v.i. .... ...,, ,, , " ' "M k .,l ,i., i . i.i ':,"",Ml eariy 1' ,,llltlolie r arrived from sev- "llu"" "! htute to-day. The French Evacuating. NEW YORK, October 24. , Tin. ne r,. mi . .' 1 .'" iiiiviiiia aovices oi tin. -sni i..- . l.... ' .... """"I l""" Mnu? l "'I' up. had ii.V; ,r ii"1 ' R"rV""'' VU' On tlie IlMIi iiliniir nt ..... . ,1 " VT. ' ' " lP" "fllM iii- body would be the lirstto n't urn to F.-ii.ee" ri.imi Great Fire in Nashville—Loss $1,000,000. NASHVILLE, October 24. dolhirs' mi ntdli.... worth of iroiK-rf.v, uud involvini; ".I',' -'f"1'"''' olllce inil various stores iiiul A llian slceiiliii no u i ,i. j i.h..i .. i.: . i by l'uitiijr to the slr.-et. A limiibcr of old -vistivillo hiuilnuiiks j;oiie. The Constitutional Amendment. NEW YORK, October 24. SecietJrv of the h, tl c Vnor, 1, urn lelliun.rn- Uk iir s ,V .'. t ..;.ol!rt' very loni letter from Mr. Itrownln.'. inierior, is nu hi shed in :lls and tVusl.imrti.n j., ooiTiv-HHinitonr. i.t' tl... 'v.., i. 1 ' ' I 111 'i inc jimea says that on K","1 Vfo ,,':Ut RM,' li ' i h the ,,,,.i .J? u ' ,m,,le i From the Pacific Side. SAN FRANCISCO, October 20. I Tim fiolden City, for I'nniinia, sailed ves rday. currvlnir tiiUi.ntHI in treasure', of Il C 1 S.I.M.IUUl iriu.a In Vn- V...I. 1 I.I p.. ,, A.'lK. llllUllfr nic piisseiiiters were Mteu lien .1. Pi.,1,1 ,..,. Kdw in Forrest, the actor. .1. M. Avery refused to surrender the of- 111 1 nucu nuiies Assesstir lor tlie Sac- raniento District to .li.l.n Itll... commission irc.ui the J'rcsident, ou thetlj rsnooio in n i iiiu I'resitieut'n nomination r,.. 't'lircn i iiruiatloii liy the Senate. The miiner is referred to tVushinu The Baltimore Situation. [Special to the Herald.] BALTIMORE, October 24. Atlciiipts are ladnir made to secure in becomes dictinent luiaiust John W. Forney, the cdi inanlfcste.l tors of the American nml l..ll.. r niissloners, for attempts to Incite a riot and tiiwurreciion. nuesses are already sum mourn. ine.,niuil ,iury have not vet iu U'd. There is nu chsniie In the situation. Abundant evidence will be furnished on Friday to justify the tiovernor in any ac tion hi' may take. . Monetary and Commercial. Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI, October 25. was im.l.-r tl... advices from New York, and there was a fair local demand, but prices are the same as last quoted. Siils rtilie Is held at Kin -tr. 11 : extras at $11 50ial2 7ft. and fuu.ilv ., i:ii.i)i:i fill; fancy brands sell at $U to $15. Whkat Tlio market was llrnt, and with some improvement lu the demand, but prices have not undergone any chanitc No. i nil is steady at ti 7S ; No. 1 at $i .-.' and extras at 'J UU; hill wheat is held at il UiVa.:; Xo. I spriuic closed steadr at 41 t.'nii 1 Wv and $2 fT.r No. i. CoKN'liie demand Mas lilit, but hold-ci-s lire llrm, anil prices are iinehaiiired We quote mixed ear at WiWKtcund shelhsl at Me. White ear wild, to arrive, at Hoe Whlteshelled is dltllcitlt to obtain below' tHk'. in bulk or elevator. Oats The market was linn; holders af the cl.se asking 4H,: for No. i Mr., and lu some e iscs ale. for Xo. 1 iu elevator. ItVK A firm market and an upward tendency In prices. No. 1 i. held at $1 18,, I 3 1, and extra at $1 2... ItAKi.KV The nutrkrt has timlervoi,.. siccial change since our last. hoi. e sam ples or siinnif ar held al $1 4"(n 1 fill, and prime fall at l 70. The bill dull and not wanted. (.mxmir The market Is very oulet with a fair demand at i7w ;toi ... I,,r fir clioice Kiu t'ollte; l'iia l.v-. fur raw Sujrar' 17'i(rfl7ise. rorhar.1 nil tied ; and 80(.!K),. for t'orlo itlco Mi.la.ssc.. iiissv lloiiitisl i flrtii at Uo.uiik. ICishI demand. 1 fitly tiaid is quiet at $i :tl Wi Jl, the latter rale iu the small w ay. New York Money Market. NEW YORK, October 24. Money easy and steady al 5 imt cent. Sicrlinjr dull at limw itsji.. old a nhade lirmer. ouctiinir nl UTii' .t. vanciiiK hi 14h'4, and ciiMiiiu at !47'4. ' Government at.u'ks iil..i .,t . i.i...... decided change.