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CITY AND SUBURBAN. CJr.lull Velvet Suit now f'ir .abut (he Fiftlc ( Inthtii;: Store. ' t39" Woinnii"x iU' Shots ill I Imidnmn's ill SCVCItlV-Ihe CCIlls. - - , " 11T I.'i.li. s fur lined. V;ili i- l'mol lhilnior.ils. Just reech cd hi C. r'crncilinjt's. No. Ik Koiotid. boUvccn .Main nnil .h ll'er s.in streets. Cull iiinl jict a pail before they HIV llll sold. , t I III C5T"'lio prettiest suit- for yoiiitft men ve h'lveseon In Dayton ivanul tin- Kaole Cloth Ing More. 11 Miiin street. ,. Sl'l.l-NIII OVKItl'OAT. l.chcilslnil.'er Si Son, o. MS .Main Pln-t't. have Just received tic limit splendid lot of overcoats in I lie -ity, whoh they lire offering at htvImiv ir'-rr. Call and see them. Itd.vw Look to 'oi;n In ruiu-fr. l, 1 Vi iH'iliiijf. No. SHI Second, between Main mill .Icll'cr son street, will tor the nejtl. thirty days dell Hoots and Shoes and lints and Caps at strictly wholesale prices In order fn iiink' room for a. new stock, dim l"Krlond Seliwant don't make Idle promises lint really Mia the nicest made up, nml moiv. especially, tin- chcnpcstclnih iiigln I iiiyton, examine for yourselves, lit the KajrlP CliithlnK Store, lis Main street. tWV. W. Mover. Itookbliulcriiiid Hlmik liook Manufacturer, northwest, corner of Main anil Second streets, lindaw Fivk doi.i.aiia. Cavalry Over Coats for $5 00 nt the Enjrlo ClollitiiK Slnre. US Main Si roet, Ni)n fiijilcti Knle. (tIcnti.kmex If yon want noinetlilnrf to keep your feet warm anil dry. provide yourselves will) ft pair of Seal Skin lined. I 1 1 1 1 1 h? i' Hottnni. Water Proof litU flhocs, J list received at Xn, IMXi Second, between .Main and .leH'erson streets. They are some thing entirely now In Dayton. oelTidlm C. Kkiinkiumi. Monky Savki is MoNKr Maim:. The nbove inaxlin is best illustrated by g'dng to please all who favors him with llicircns torn. No wondi r. therefore, that hlssb're Js crowded all the time W illi eager custo mers, tlive him a call, by all means. Cavalry Over Coats, all colors at the , Kagle Clothing Slore. 1H Mali! Street.! Hign of the (ioltlrn Kagle. , : 1'ltOVIDK FOR Wintkb. We would lllfol ia ourreadeiR that I.essner Si, Urol her have received 500 new and Round fiovernmcnt Overcoats, and they offer them for hall 'licirvaluc; therefore we would advisoour Mnlcrs to secure. one hi time. ' " i , 1..-. , - . , n 11....., io i.oooiiinii s popm-ir - o i .-ii", 110 Main street, where every tiling in his line can be lioughl so low as to defy coin- j petition. His stock is the largest ami bc-l selected In the city; he warrants all hi , jjimits, gews rips lor iioiiiing, ami ri ii'siiaru Sj-i.k.npid Ci.oriii.vi!. S, it K. .Stcrnbcr ger, Merchant Tailors, on Third Ktreet, next. door to the Postolliee. have just re ceived n very largo assortment, of fail anil winter clothing, including a splendid stuck pf gentlemen's suits ami oyercoaU, to which the siecial attention of theii cus tomers and thepublle Is Invited. They are prepared to sell nt prices which w ill make it to the Interest of every -one to give them a call. Spohtsmen, Attkstiox. ( :. Kernedlug. ni Xo. HOC Second, between Main mill JefVer son streets, has just received another lot of those liubber Hip Hoots, just the tiling for fiMiiiuig nun iisiiiug excursions. mm A Wroitt TO Till-: Prni.ic. A great deal Is spoken of now-n-lays,which isthecheap est place to deal in Dayton, or w beui u per son can rely on a merchant's word. We simply remark, that from appeiiriinec, and from our own dealing w!lh merchants, we (luil frienil Schwarz of the Eagle Clothing; Store to Ih a straight-forward dealer, and the public can rely on his word, or that of his men, who arc always ready to wait on customers; his stock is certainly by far the most select and custom-made, and 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 Hidd en Eagle, 118 Main street, three doors south of Market House. -- - Hoy's ani Youth's Clotiiino An en tiro new apartment tlie best in the city just received by I.ebuusburger A Sou, No. JOS Main Street. IW Women's Kid Shoes at (ioodinanV at seventy-five cents. Cunmxavun tiik Million. Issuer & Itro, are now receiving at. their popular lot.hlng House, No. 102 Main street, n very nrge. biock oi cunning irom the eastern cities, made expressly for their house, all of the finest iptality and latest, mid most desirable, styles. The assortment embraces 0 lot of very fine gentlcmens' suits, made up expressly to their order, and all w ar- raiiteu iirst-class. J'bey have also a fiilJ snpiity ol line overcoats, youths' and boys' cunning in met, everything that can bi desired in their line. Visitors to Hie Siui. '"'air will Hi id It to tbeir Interest to call and .-xaniine tlie shak. They can procure the best ijualit.v ot goods at lower prices than iiuy oiner noiise iii ine cuy. 'H-l'idaw l v MoniKiia, bring your little boys to tiic Kaglc Clothing Sloiv, anil you'll be ustun shed how nice and how cheap they can he dressed up nt 118 Main street. tWliats and Caps very el p, at tlood- tnan 8. Oki'ick Fmt.MTi'iiis koh Kai.k. The Eire ' men's Insuranco Company, Imvlng re moved their otlice to the northeast comer of Third and .leflerson streets, In tlm room pccupieil by J.I Martin, Es.., as s lector s otllce and having l,.s,,,i vault and furniture connected w ith said room they otter lor sale the tire proof safe and other olhce furniture, at a bargain. Call at olllce corner Third and Jefferson streets. ' oc;ldtf .1. IiJvinii, Sec'y. Rkht'd Eilti!R3 l'mcie Hkiu ckh. In or der to acconiuiodate all classes who desire to have pure drinking water this warm weather, Jt. Kest would announce that he has reduced the price of his suierlor Filters , to I5. This will place them lu the reacli or all, and no family should he without one- . JylWtf Dkkv Comfkhtion. I.ebcnsburifer i Sou, No. 108 Main street, call particular at tention to their new ami splendid stock of fall and winter Clothing. They defy com petition, ami will not be undersold by any Other bouse in the city. ' ' of to-morrow Ohio Insurance Company. We luive never keen In favor of promls cnou.. "i m i (11 nr which prevails to a con siderable, extent In altnostevory eonimiinlly where licv, -ipcrs. abound; hut when lMlslncM .Inntitiitluna i M ra1 Importance become pcrnuiiicully locntcdi mnl by an upright istralrl L-J4r wtt r! course of conduct a-ci I llieir claims to Hie cnnliilcnce and palronai'e of tlie people, ft Is only, fljflil and proper lliul they .should Kometlmeo he prominently brought befnre tlio attention of the public. Tlii Is alike line to Hie ( it .li'ulioii.i, themselves, nnil the people to whom liny hmk for support. The ( lliio I nsiii nice ( on. pan v is the most recent organization of the, kind hi the city ofh.ulon. IN first policy v. as issued on t!ie -7lli of March, lKt". an I since that time lis career lias been one of the most complete success. 1 luring the time it lias been In operation. Its business has tnrex eeedeil the most sanguine expectations of the toi klioldcrs, and Is as large as that of pcrhnpi any hiinilui' oixaiiixiition hi the city, during the time stated, lu oK'i ulloiis are not eoiillued to I uytm alone, but ex tend mer a larjfe area ofcounl ry hi every direction. , An unusually larjfe. proporlion of ki1'ii irs have been Issued to fanners. Very many of the tnerchiiitls, mechanic and business men jrcuerally. In the smaller towns ami Villages, have nl--o sought its protection In f!ie way of iiHiirani e, so that it may W illi ti ulli be said that it bus now a reputation at lioine and itbroail which would do credit to companies of many years standing. One of lie- chief clctncnts of the .succesi of this company was the arefnl ami Judi cious imiiiner in which lis ci aiiialion wa perfected. It ll.vard of llrecor was selected from the leading and mint reliable uuviiie-s men in rue community men prominent lor Ihelrentc rprise ftncl high In- tcgiily of character ami in all of whom Mho coiiiniunily at large place the utino.-t commence. 'J tin olbccrs lire also nut t he men for the positions tlicv occupy. H-i liam Dickey. Ksipthan whom mi mau'lii ... ... , ' , e i this city po.-csscsa belter record for hop- e-ly and cHiclency Is the Vreshlent, lonalhan Keuucy, Kso., who has filled I several highly responsible public s'.at lops I .. 1 ! !.,'....! ..r H , , ' eiiinc Mii'iiiniini ui me K'oii is Ibe ice I're ldcni. illiam II. (iillcspie. l-:si.. Is the Secretary : and c deem II only Must to say that to bis untiring mid clllelonl tuaii.igcnient. of Hie alValrs of the olllcc. is ine company in a very jfreat ilegree in- dcbtcil lor Die 11 altering success which ban thus lac marked Irs career. His whole time and atlcnlion have been devoted to the interests of I he sloi kliolilers. and lie n -iut of bis clVin ls is seen In the highly pros pi runs loinlllloii of the all'.iirs f Hui company, .lonatlian llarsliiii.ni, J-j-(j.. s Hie Tn asiiicr, His mime alone Is a sulll clcnt guaraiily for tin' correct and satis factory maimer in which that department of the ImsincM Is conducted. As an evidence of the safety mul relia bility of thi! Ohio Company as a medium of Insurant c the Important fai t should be known that the entire amount oflos.es paid from tin; date of its op'aiiiHlliui no , . , , . - i I I to the present, lime, in le.n than fire thimmiml 1 tlvllnrs. Tills fact alone shows n 1,1.. si i , , , ' ' healthy mid gratifying condition of alliiirs. v : , 1. .. ... 1, r,,, -Now is Hie lime to insure. Theseason of I the year when tires are most freoueul ..,.,1 . . I 1 " 111 1 devastating I owners of property to sec that it is at once insured lu some reliable and responsible company. To all rttrh wc would commend tlio '-Ohio." During thp comparatively brief period of lis organization, it hits, by Its upright and Judicious 111a nagenicnt, w on for Itself a position aflil reputation that en titles it to the full confidence and patronage ot the prosperous and rapidly improving community in w hich it is located. itlianil; anil It behooves nil ! Toiuraxi. We learn from a gentleman direct fioni thu Creep river section of k'enliicky, that the tobacco crop Is already secured, and is exceedingly line, sonic of the Ii nest ever seen. The hitter portion of the season has been highly favorable to the successful curing of the crop, ami when tlie present yield is got, into market, the plaul- ersoitne o recti river country will be In easy eircmnstanccs, and w ill have plenty of money. Jlol) IIOI.KRt DOWN IS llLTLKU. We learn from the True Telciirault, of yesterday. (.hat tills fatal and alarming disease, has again made its appearance in different jc-rtsof that country. The Oxford CUh last week, stated Unit Mr. Henry Hake, win resides in that neighborhood, had lost over t'i.Vi worth of boas nml numbers of other losses had been heard of. ll-a.e-Ir ii . ik.11 ii jun naiii tiooKS lioilllll, Kllell as Magazines, l'criodieals, Histories, Ac, in any st le, plum and fancy, please call atuiv Hiuilcry. I'. V. Meyer, corner of Main I Second streets. 1 unlaw i.Ki-.Ai mi.k jii-iouitiiw. Jhti sale of l.augdou'rt Carrlagii .Shojis, on Eourtli jlrcet, will lake place to inorrow (Satur- uaj 111. two o cluck f. M ., at Ibe Court lloitse. J'his is mic of the most iuiartaiit sates 01 me setwon. See advertisement. lloitst; Eaik. The Juiyetto County ( I ml.) IIor.e i'alr comnicuces at Coniicr.sville, 011 the 31s of October, and continues to the Jntlof .Voveiiibcr. The fast trotting ine- inlnm will be for Six , ,u,d the fast pacing no tor vino. - - aa l f1 Women's line sewcl It il, - .is ,.1 Oooihiiau's al tl (HI, s . I. ir. 1. A rocket-book containing SiiSo in money and a note of $101 in favor of K. hitman, and other papers of no value to any one but the ow nor. The Under w 111 be onerously rewarded by leaving the same it this olllce. E. W hitman. :ild WAltitKN Ci't'N i v.TliB vote at Hie ban election, on Secretary of State, shows 1111 Increase ol Ti t, over that of lat year for tlovernor Cox. (STEive hiiiidred barivU of Apples will be aold by C. 1'. llubcr S 11 Hie store J, Wurman Sun, on Jefferson street. morning, at eight o'clock. 1ST The trial of Sylvester Irw in, for killing his father and stepmother, some mouths since, is now going on, down at Hamilton. .-i.i.nj' II, I i. Fall and Wintkk Clctiumi. A full stock of the lateat Miles nnil best ri unlit v. Just received by l.cbeiisbtii ver t mMi. No. 108 l:iln Mreet. the to be IlraTON IUm.. It Is hardly necessary to remind oilr cltlarn that the second and farewell iperatle concert of the popular Slrakosch Troupe w ill take place at Huston Hull thin evening. It will tinipiestlonably be one of the most delightful musical enter tainments with which our city lias ever been favored. This celebrated troupe com bines an array of musical talent, bolli vocal nml Instrumental, that U unsurpassed any where, and Is well worthy of the generous patronage of all lovers of the true and beau tiful in sniijt. Wft hope tosee tliehal en tirely tilled by the intelligent and appre ciative portion of our citizens. Tickets I'm reserved scats may be Mi-eured tit the mu sic store of Dubois, under the ball. TilK Orr.liA HofrtE. Tlu re was a very fair audience at theOiM-ra House last even ing, to w itness the thrilling and exciting drama of the Drunkard, or the I'allcu Uo clalnieil,v which was excellently rendered by (he talented company performing there. Tlie same play will be repeated (his evening, w ith Mrs. Kneassaiid Mr. Weaver In tlie leading parts. - - Till; ( 'ominii Mktkuim. As we are proui iscd, by Kclcntilic! aiilhorily, anolhcr meteoric- 'show." after the brilliant style of that of 1SXI, which Is to come oil' about the l-.'lli orl4lh of next month, It may be well enough fort.hu more timid, to Wave revived an aneeiloteof tlie last one, as an ailinonl tion o them to have their wanlrnhi's ready : On that memorable night, in November, 'X!. old Peyton lioberls, who intend'"! inakinit an early start to his work, got up In the iniiKt of tlie display. On giiing to tils door, lie saw, w ith amazement, the sky lit up with the fulling meteors, and he con cluded at once tlie world was on tin1, anil the day of judgment had come. Ile-aooil lor a moment i.'mg in speechless terror at the sei ne, and then w ith a veil of horror rlifht . and there in bis effort to dodge l hem, lie com menced a scries of ground tumbling that would have done honor to a rot mi dancer. sprang out of the door Into the ynnl into tlie iiinl-l o the tailing st i II s w ile. Iiclmr nwnk I in it., liieanlline. and seeing I'evton jumping mid I 'J'l'11' "'"l" lji'')ail. hawlcd oMt to hint to know VMiat, In the uaine ol common ,.,, ,, wiu ilolu' out tl.ar, .lanclii-around I with his elothns on."- Hut 1'eytoti heard i""t- The judgment, and long black ac- what no yoi) ( omo and put onrirowsers on." "l rowsers, w hat the h ll's the use of jlrowsep wlien the world i on lirey Zf Illumes at $1 00, all wool lined at l lie l' agle nothing Store. counts be would have to settle, made him tieei L.d r.l' till t,tri..,utt.l.,lu 41.1.,, .....I I.:.. I '.".""', mi- , ii iwa.-, ii ml l IF, wife by this Mino. Iiecoiiiliig alarmed at his behavior, Hpraug out of bed. and ruuiilug J" t'!r (Vw; shrieked out at the top. of her i '.j.j lon r ., ,t )( incaii, uiu'pin' about Vbarl1' Ohio Insurance Company. Legal. "i"'", by innii Mtn, w ttsen .Mmhihh ,! Kniaihi th .ininii, mkiiiii.i. eu, iieilllllllllllK lllirill lull ol the pj;titiox Ton pa utition." i. ii, h i Monii, Vilsnn Mism, ami Kllzulielli Moon, t. o.ii.,ii ,,11-u.i, : i . ii. i i . iireisi., i orwin 31 llrioi ii, anil hiiiMh Klemior VhiI. Superior i'oiih of Mont,'omi'rv County, Ohio, l use No. ,ivn. Pelillon I'or I'ai liiion. OA" All UKKIsr, Samiiel T. liirli.1 nml Siu-ah k ' r.icioior ml, iVMileiitbol Alonlifoinerv c. ,11111 v Ohio, mot Corwui M. Urou n, resilient of the Male ol' fcl I.Minri. V 'in :ne herein-niili Hi-, I lleil nn tin. an flu j 01 H.iieiiilicr, A. 11. imiii.il pi-ution wn. lin-ri 111 in,- oujiei nn- v 0111-1 01 monioiiu'iv eoiuitv rolloiiinn ili-siiiiieU rent emnlc, nilnuie In iliu "".,." "! M",niKoiiii'iy. sml hmin ,u oiio. The moiiii cini nnil 101 uuiinl Ilili-it purl or the cii.tlmll '"' ) ion No 111. tovn inoit nuiioi 5, hetinin the Miami llivi-r, ami Isoiiiileil u follows, vim Invrln niasiit at r 011 Urn norihoskt ol sm,i 11,,,. !!""i sonili on the seeiion linen chains ami 117 link, to 11 atone: 1 hence 11 KTo-w 4lt r.liain mul tj "'" t""t; tin nee 11 .10 in i-hann mul tn iiiik. 10 usioiii' oil ine mil-Ill one 111 lunl sectlfill; thence . S7o e un Hie tenion line 40 tliuiim mnl 7S link, lo tin- place of l.y i iiiiinK, containinK Iniiiml is-iini m-res more or less. Aii't thai at the next term of saiil Court, ie, .nii-rlilnVh from llio date of 1 he art piililiciition 01 litis notice, ititpllcatlon will lie maile liy thrt.airl Doililnneiii lor an order that inniiiinn mav he m.'i'loct faiil iireipiitcK. 1 DANIF.r. MOtIV, W '1I.SOS Miltl.N met l-.I.I, AHK1II .MOllN. ADAM ( I.AT. Att'y. wsSvS iiouAi7o'ii7i:r IKAVIS tjWINK'KK.of Hie eltv of Kichmoml J Imliaiin, m ill lake nolii e that Iairnrol li ioher, ol MohtKomei'v i-oiintv, Ktate of tlhlo till, on Iho lath ilay of nri.plt.iil,i.r, a. IV lhl'iil aie hi r ii-.il ion In the .Hnii rioi 1 ourl of ssiit coiintr anil Kliite, atralnht the haul l inn, liwiniH r anil t n-.leiii-k (.Hiimgr, iuiliviUniillv anil us mltn inls tralursol Arnuhl 11m timer, ileccase.t. l-'i-,.,t.-i,-t I'an.iiiK mnl t rnm isi H I'aiulnif, hl ivifr, Jnlm Km.. William Mi'Aiiatiy ami baao Iri-vcr ! iiiiuiilnu' -ilnu er In a imi-t of the inn Iheu.t iiiinrler "I -ee. Ill, town . rnnirellp. In Miami Ion n-laif. in siilil county. riiiilaliiiuK A acres 111, , I M iiimvIiumiI IiiiiiI.iiiiiI 111 aimtlier iarcel of l.unl in pithl oiiai liu- MH-iinii, eoiiiHlnlui; 0 neres anil Mil ,crrhr ot Imnl, 1M11I in ia tot .So. 'ii 00 kerchem plat of the low 11 01 afiauilsliurg, In iniil rsiiiniv ami utaie nn the willow of Arnulil (;luncr, lute of .uul inun. tv. flect'iisyrl, 1 Ami the snt'l lewis Owluiicr Ii iiolillril thai he ri-iun-,.,i in nis-ar mm answer sunt pet it ion or neMm the thiril Mutiirilay alter Hie asih ihi) of ' ' ' ' MAItliAHKT liWINNI'K l.owr N'AfrnTii, & 11. a. Hoi k, All y.. Hf I'sVllllWll PKTITION FOIl PAUTiTIOX. .lohn llenrv Sliell, Kmelinu MuliiM-iift'ld llinl tlenrv si h iri-lilm. Anilrin l ass Mu ll, Malil.ln Wll. inver, Smniiel Witmver. Ilarriel II he.-..,- Klias Itinnl.orKer. ami Mury Calliariiie Miell. Superior rourt of Mohtiromcry I o.. (I. I srsla 4 .Mill l'.W CASS isflKI.L. .Malil.la Uilmvor JV SmnuoUVilnivcr, Harriet Ituml.eijjer, llias uiina iKer ami ninry 1 (sli. ll n 1 1 1 tj,, i,oll null 11 pi'lillon was llle.1 nirmnst them on the 171I1 lay ni Hoplcinlior, istsi, in 1I10 Hnperior l oiirtol l'.'"" '..' .'iii.i, nj .1 iienrv .snell, Kmenmt Schoeiilel.l ami lleiu-v Hi'tinenM.I an. I Is now jKMidliiir, wherein tho .leimin.l purliliou of ine i.iiiuwuiic real estale, lo wil: situate in the 01 Montgomery aim ktiiii ftl liliio. nil timt certain tract or eareefol Imitl Ivin in ih ....... of Miami-I.iirir. in Die iv.tintv of ,Uuiiloini,i-v ,.,,.l stain ,11 olilo. to-wil : Is hiK In tot o. to on Jacol. Kcrc.liei-. iilat of raiil low n. Alio In -lot No. Is, nKreeal.lv lo the oriniirj el.il of sahl low 0. AN... Ihe fo . .w io- ICuinir a , .Kit nr 11. n - 1. half of section No 2li l,.i, . rnlne II Al II - Uev-iiiuiuir alnstake Ull Iho north 1m. ii.,. Is,-.- i sain hall secliun ; thence s 4S-, itemces w -II :l poles loaslnkei theme a Ul. iI.'kii-.'s e 1S7 pole, to a stone; thence n .leKieoe 1IU ooleii at, He' Ihe pike to thw ila.s. of bcirilliiilie;, eoutniniiilr len acres, mere 01- less. .M.o. ltitt follow iiiK. in section Sll, toun rimtre M. U.S. heiiiK out-iot No. 7 on Isunc I mini's pint 011I-I0I-. wlurli ia reiumleil In IMat Honk " Itairc U)J, ot .Woiittfomerv I'ountv he. ot-.ls .s.... taming live lien toore or less. Ami thai ut Die nel term ol ial.1 I ourl titter forty ilai a 1 1. .111 the Uals) ol the llii piil.liriiiion of lie. mil Ice. Hit- sai.l .loiiu Henri Ml. ..II k .....n .... n 1 nun iienrv ni-iu'iiii hi, w ill nppll ...... em t iu 11, ..r miiin. 01 sill. I V aecoLIIIIKI) . JI1II.N H K N It V Nil K KM CMS K si IIOI SH.I.II. IKMiV ft lltlKM i,, Miml l.v. Attorney. si.'.'wfl I.IXfAL, XOTICi;. 8lliPriorl'.llirtor MoiiLenni...v I-......I.- ,.!.:.. William 1 . HI linker. I'lnnillrr. r .lolni v ii.ui,i. ami It. .licit II.khI, laU p.'irtnerH. itumir tin. in,-., iniiter the llrm itaine mul sti le of lo,i,i .1 iiissl lli'leti.taiili. No a.xio. A 1 1 , Ii ,..,.. 'pHr: IN.fenilnnts.,l..hii K. Ko.1,1,, u Inun place 01 1 I'o.hlem-c in liiiknowu. ami itnlicrt Hoo.1 of 11... staleof New -lork, will lake l.olicr II...L W illi,.... M. linker itul. on Ihe : t.l ilav-oi A...-.I is.ui 111.. p, 111 11,11 In the Superior 1 ..'ni t 111 MoiilK.iiiiarv .ttllilv. Illtio, airairtst them, sett ill a furl I. 11.,. 1 n.-..:. ilue hhI llitinti IT. ironi siiul llcfemlaiiU, uitoiiau accwiiiii lor limine. taul lo tht.ir tl.e. Ae., acopi of niiii-u is niiaeiie. 10 1.1111I uellt .10 tilt, si.nt ,.r lltoiisaml ami a liy -four ami lit - Km dollar, wil-h i,,. lere.l ihertstn from April U. 1KM: 'I'hat 'liiopen v Wl.tUKina lo.ai.l Hultert Ho.n has U'en attache.l ami an onler w ill Iwaskeil for for the .uie of .iiuj loperc.i iopa.v..llil oiileii1e.liie.il at tue Noveuo :r term, IHiitl, of .uiil f ourt. , . , . W It IIKI.VII.I.K. x'litl- Alt y for I'liiiutiir. I preiit- . or ... .1. o-.d.. an, w 1 I'l ii Legal Notice. - OM ihf 11th duyor o. Ioher, A. l . IHfttl, Hie Pro. Iillt l otirt. of AioliLtf.iti.er,-I ...... t . .l-..i...i f.taU- of Henry WllUm, dnwaanl. u lie pmlc al.ly insolvent. ( re.litoib are literi-fori reouire.l iire.ent their elaluif airaiust the e.lnle lo Ihe iiu.lerltfiieil, for allowance, wlllnu .it monlln fioni (he lone alsiva lueulioueil. or they will uol eulitiesl to payment. .losKl'll Wll.soN ... .. Ailm'r of lleni-y W ilier., Uoe'd. (.to W. Moy:r. AU'v. Out. II, A. I ls.-6A H . Ohio Insurance Company. Legal. Business Notices. DYSPEPSIA ! Doc roit . STltK LAN D'S TONIC. Dr. Stiiii'Ki.anp8 Tiinii: Is a concen'- ruted preparation of lioots and Herbs, w iili iilillai Ids and carniinal Ives to slreugtlicii the stomach and ncivons system. It Is a certain remedy for Dyspepsia or fiidh;cs tion. N'ervoiiiic-'s, Loss of Appetite. Acidi ty (U'tho Stomach, Klatnlencv and Debility It Is not alcuholic. therefore i irticularl v suited for Weak. Nervous, anil Dvspepth ieRons. Torsale bv all Druggists every where at 1 per battle. CCI.'K loll i 1. 1: S. Ii SI rii'U iiiinl's PILE REMEDY Mas cured llioiisaii.ls i' the worst cases of lllind and J'.leeding Piles. It, ghes iuiiue dlnlc relief, and cll'ects a periuananl cure. I'rv it din I'or sale bottle. tlv. by COI'lil No it is warranti'ii to cure, all I ni';yss at nil els. jicr lr. St rii klnndV mki i.in Dors COUGH BALSAM Is warranted to lie Hie only preparation known to core ('nughs. Cold's, Ibiarsene.. sthnia. Whooping Cough, Chronic ( 'oitTb Consumption. I.ioiiehilis mid Croup. I! ing prepared from Honey and Hcrbs.it healing, sollenlng. and expecloi al ini', an particularly suitable for all ad'eeliou.-'oi'i b t'hroat and I. tings. rVrsale by Dru.i'giN evcrvwhiire ' ,n;; R. R. & P. O. Time Table. To take effect September 25, 1866. SXlTf. II AMII.l'IIN ANH l.Ylil. bl'ilVP. 3 W a in 7 .:ttl ii in 'Z 111 lit 4 II", in (I III i in A I i li e s lii a I inrlluiutt H.',-iinonniliiU,iii Ivtslt'rn I - V 1 1 ri'sj. I ilicilie.il I . leiiiimil.iUou Ari'iililiiieililltnii Kiii" I'lu, innall Mull r, in i ni . k ric n in . i ii;. ii iii ATl.AN lfn AND UlSUA T W l'HrltK. t!:(iiii Kii.ti-i-ii Ku-ess : ir, ;i m I :1U 11 to -j-Niuhl KxiireL-j 1 Oil p in DAYTON AX 11 .11 It'll II ! A X .vi n 111 ritic.-jiro M iii . ,. Tl'iatn 11:11,(1111 1 lile.'iii .lint III Irolt lApiVss. . II ::1S r. 111 DAYKiS, XKXIA AMI COM lllll'S. 7:11111111 IMvtnn Ai'i'otiitno,l:,li,,ii ill -11 ., Id .Mil a in l.:ilern i-J..pte... .. . . , r a', n in - I' m Mail H .11 a 111 nam 11 111 riiLlmrg- Kxpress.. '4:-jripm INIIIANA I K.M'l. AX1 b.YYION A.M W KsfKllNi ll -'II a 111 j-ltirhmnml anil liuliniitli. K . S .VS p nt :k a 111 lchiii.,iiiLiiii.l t lnc:ix,i Arc, h:ar, i 111 :PIH l'l'llan.ii'lr ,V 1 lic.nvi lti:.i tl 111 BANDt'HUV AND l INl'INN l II. S:riiinm liiivton Kpres 7-ori a m II:(IM1 NiKht Kiiv Ii:llllpin PAVI'O.M AM) t'NIOS. (:( n 111 A Miinpiiliitiiiii a.;HIim Kvprc. 'Leaves every uinrnliii; excel,! Aton.i.ii s, I (-'vpll-rt -liir! .11 .Mi.l.iliUiiU 11 :,u,l hi, mill nth I I hn, e u i; l::i.,t on the I :lil Irani ami Wist uj, till' f -Ti train uiil.t tnocilre ticki-ti hi.-lore nii.e " lock i 111 ,, 1,'il. I.HNti, Agciil. S 1 r.:IKI i III .11 '.'Oil III I'llST I1FKICK. lAVTO.tllllll..lnl. -111, Ihlltl. f ' ut il lui-l tier not I. c the mails will arrive mnl liloseat thisolliee :i- InllnWH : A II 111 VK A. M l' M.I IJ.OSK. : A . M P. H II :'.'ll 7:: nn n : ir,. a mi 7:WI, 7:'itl ,!!:!?! 7. Ml tU:.lo, 2 an New Vnrkt'ltv -'.ail New taiirlanil si ate. ... riillnili'lphiii, IVnnsi Ivanla i ilvii i limn It.Lniiisvilh' Nn-h ille, ti::l II ihi illainlin.il, t:. tl. A: II. Way... ! li im s... , ni'i-iiuT. o.llllUinre.W n-ll'tll H -HI I .15 I'nh-.tii n lid r.iit 17 r,u y:Ul I'll -I,M i-i ami cni i i i -o .lliiliai.iio.ilis In. il o, i i. .. 'i'HUl '.lilmluis, Oil..,, . ,. : a -jn IKh-liinoiiil A I n.l I '...,i .. .I ii-.., i..-, -j nn l.'Velainl. Iililn. i..i(, ll.tHl 1.':M:hitMt.'. Illh. .!.. ! - : :'" Mlaiill.' X lirem We.fnWai II (m 1 Ml irolinuhiis i i ( , 10:1.1: llliivlon A W e. I. -in W av I 7:I.VIavton .t Mieliiirnu w I 2:4-- smiiltisk v W'nv 7-mi I :lll IlllVt.Ol ii l'l.i.,.1 M ... I i: ... tll:tlil: Ibi'hai'.on. Ohio i - ll:ll, li.hnv W Alex til u cck Iv'iS u i 'm.rlalia.t liiiinli'ir. ''u,s. jo w , I'nioii.l.iitlii Vi.rk.lri.w.K'klv Ii! ill oilleo linurs- iqien at 7 A . M. ; cln.c hi 7 r u Hun. loj Open from tl a. m io III a. m. W H I M ll.M ,y, V. M .ISI : .no i !l:l ill III) 10 m; Life-Health-Strcngth. Life-Health-Strength. Life-Heal th-Strength. 1U. .rilAN DIll.AMAKKKX SPECIFIC PJLI.S, Are iieiare. hi tlie Mehieiii- t, in . m ii he a tn ior. I'haniiiir.eiili.ts, No. UN ttne l.imili.1,,1 I'ans. rroni the I'l-.M-rlnl .1 In, .n-.s 1,, , , 1IAKHK. I Inset t'liyslci.lli 1 tlie llosnin.l .In .,,.l Lm-ilHiisere. Letter of ,11 ,., I( pro hi me nil hi loo. I'AHIS, Muv ISItlUj lii:STI.I-:MKS:- We leu e ....,1 it... ".-s I'll.i.s" ma.le from Int. Iln iu.iii.i-. i.i,....... I'los, ilurlni.' seveial years past, in ,iuru,iv.iii. ami pin. in- pra.'lice, ami have loiiuit th. m a ni.et ener- lie aim ellicienl If. -me. Iv in enses i.r s... i-., .- nieaor Neniinui Weakne--; Nielilh. iinilv ... t-.lllissiniis- Si-liiil HVi.Lins. .... Iln,-ij: Sj.ecinl I leruii ueuii Ills i,t tin- Nervuiis S Ii'llll Weakuessn ui Ihiik In, mi feerel llal.it. mill srvua! I-.m- .v,.c,,r;,, of Ihe i. coital In rfillls; Weak spine: All.-.-li I'lheKle.-' Lime-' or "llrl.-k lliisi" Hep... s in Iheliiee: 'Milkl 1 IMsitiaiKes; I'ul of the kin. with Sunken lino iioo i.ioooie.s i, ip.: "I'nieiusi" l--catii re. IileKiilar lu-ti if the inn mul in. -til the f lct-tl Irani ot si mpt.nti. arisin;-from Inei- use a'u loss, li-om ail) . lice, ..i liu- i-.-,,iii I'or. . n e eari.e-il v a.l. 11- I he l'i ..i.,n. :.n,l suns .uilci niv' fr.uu nnv .s.o,...,'.. .,.;,-,.r AJIrctmnM ol Ihe III.Min I Kis.ini s).r,m ,i( , Ihe.e I'llls. W itliliiu'h rene. I. we arei.no-. in siuci-rel c. It. A. Ilr li nt i-Alltl-. M.Tl Ii. II. Ill JKI.. M. II. , .1 K a v. Di: Lki ciiiii.., ,M. I). ISi t Jai-.-im-iere ,t Inipunl. No. '.M l. Hue Loiuhm-it. I'al-is. ZiHlt iihiry mul StmlmuH I 'ci'tip.il i..ii. t Ansirti.-. or w hit, ver ten. . I., impair Hi,. Iioh of Ihe nirt or .Wrri.M. Stitrn iiueull v it ;ut lo the ino.t Vfy.liv,..'.,, i.ii.l A- lii.or.lei-s of tlio V tmi.k mst):h. I trnjiiw-it anil l.,itnirrn. I het-elore. w ho nr, i'"l Lilly llal.le lo lliese tVeakin .,,.,,,1.1 ...ii prom .11, io nn. in i.tuiNin'ri s. l'tl.l.s. A l'.iinpliti-i. I'.inlaiiijui. full particulars i ,-..-(,..,,- , tl,,,.,. eiinicl , i Ilinu. Si.inili ami Ku,-leh I w III la- sem. ,v mall. I ho u 111 w rile for i'i . rli-o, il per Hot, or Si lioxe. i.n r.i'.l hv lilt Ihe prill,-, p., llrnifei.l., in- will Is' at lo mail, .cnoy .,.,,,, , tl4tl ,t,tiun i receipl .if the siseille.l erice liv :m nn i l.rl . ...I nirenl. oi- liy Ihe sole licnera! A r -ni. i,,r Anierii a IM Art Ii Mllsl.s Jt l II . ail ,ln.ll Slivel Mew "I k Aetlini-i..-.l .iu.-t,l I,.,, t. ......... . l: WAIi r-ull onler. hi m.i.l i.ieiin.llv 'i'.i law ,-i.w 1) 4 "VA. I Hal kl IKIC 11 llll t .. I iiipanii-s eacll li,. I i-u.l. lo uul iiiir A is n li-.t to. Oportv-ITo xio HAT ST OK El. j kvkky DKnrHirrH'N ok HATS, GAPS, AMI Gentlemen's Furnishirc ClOODS, LADIES" OLOVtH, ScC. PURS! FURS ! FURS f Liulies' an, I (.' ut!. liicus Furs of fvory lch rf j llon. BHlTil, WfllFaild Wlild Fox S!otes all fclz' S. All Uuirhl ilireet irom Hie in iuulai Imiit. nr.J ill he ul.l al ureal burguim,. Our Prices Defy Competition. ..Viiii (! nml h It nit nil Km' .. K. A IIKUIlAll.v . Ho II Uaiu.l. li.era llousei orner, (o-'llT Diijlou.oiiio. ry ti all o.-ii i all ol be w no the SYMPTOMS OF CATARRH. BY DOCTOR FOSTER. NOW PRACTICING AT THE PHILLIPS HOUSE, DAYTON. 'AT.MtiNi Is a disease of (be mucous mem brane Hie tias il passages and those cavi ties oftlie head communicating with them. Iniignilleitnt as it appears in lis first stages, it is apt In its progress to become instru mental in causing the loss or impairment ofstncll. (asle. Iica-ing. mul sight, nnil in creating serious constitutional derange ments, not. niifrcipiently Icrininatiiig in consuniiilion. At. Iliecoininencemcntofthe malatly. the syinptoins are those of an ordinary cold. A fccHng of irritation, sensitiveness, bent or pain is cxiicrlcnced In the nose, the ..li.,. of bicb are n d and sw ollen, and which Is sioppcu up sometimi s nn one side, some times on the other, and occasionally oil In itb. rendering respiration lb rough it either hui. cuit or impossiiiic. jbis condition is accompanied bv a frequent desire to siiccc, ami a discharge of, at first clear, acrid waler. afterwards of a profuse Ihiek. yellow ish iinilcvfremely ollcnsive matter. I'lils secretion becomes purulent and in crcii'cil in iiiantily as the complaint pro gresses, assumes mi exceedingly fetid odor and t'lirms one of the mo-t characteristic I'cal ures of 1 be disease, and a source of the greatest annoyance and danger. It'escapes not only by the no-e. but passes into the 1111-1.11. proiutciui; ny us loilgmcnt. local 11 i n 111 1011. ami reqiiiics frequent expeetorn- 1 ia King, or scraping lor Us removal. As ii j passMjie into the throat Is very much laeilitatcd liy a h, ti : nit :i I position'of the body, sleep is fciqiieully disturbed by 11 en -ation of 1 linking in consequence, and tinini are obliged In lie in 11 seiui-reciim-hciippn.sltinii to obtain necessary rejiose. Ow Inn to the liillaininalioii and lieat in the head, the w alei v porticit ol the d ischn riro "ft '"I' evaporates, and the rest, assuming a 0111I1I1011 ol solhllty. Is deliosited n nun the ineuiiiraue 01 itp nose mul upper part of inc inroai. in tlie siiafic ot crusts or hiird encil lumps. Tlie accuiniilntlonof thescin .rnstulions prntluecs a feeling of discom fort, and narrows the nasal passages so as to embarrass respiration, therefore, fre quent clliirts me reiiiiircd to r-inovc thciu, cither by forcibly blowing the nose or by persistent hawking, a practice as disagree able to the one iill'crted us it Is to those around Mm. That side oftlie Incrustation which adhered to the mucous nicinbraue. will, lifter Ms removal, sometimes be found bloody, a fact which explains the force re qulie.l for its tllsloilgmcnt. During sleep these Incrustations accumulate more rap idly, and the feeling is therefore most nn c, inl'i'itnble lu the inornlnir. Soiiiotliiu.s nn fisoris 10 clear uie throat arc liuil ill alter iireakta-si. or all has been s allowed. lin er some stimulant I Iccration of tin. nun ous nicinbrane ol the nose tidies place I'i'cipiciilly, soiuetl s attacking the (nine. when small particles of this substance will oci a.lniially be found mixed till the tlis charee. The brealli assuming an excessively felid and sickening odor, uiul becomes occasion ally so ollcnsive as to render the itient. an ohtcet ., tlisgtisl to himself as w ell as to others. The accumulation of the discharge, to gether wilh the thickened condition of the mucous membrane, rentiers respiration through Hie nasal passages very dilllcult, and oiieiitiines impossible, necessitating respli.iiiiiii principally through the n th a ineliiod very deleterious to the general health, but more purl ieiilnrly so to the lungs t hlch become weak and irritable. The vnli e loses Its musical iptality, and as sumes ti discordant, harsh, and ntisal char acter; Hie sense of smell becomes much inipaln tl or entirely lust, mul the same ci ted, II,,, ugh less frequent, Is produced on a.le. 1 1. casiouallv. while blow inc the mm. a crackling nr bubbling sound is heard In the car-, and hcitrino-bei-oiucs unite thick or sloppeil up, hut returns suddenly, w ith siihiellii ,g like a snapping souuil. This phenomenon may be repeated several times, until In tiring docs not return, but rniniiiim periiiau. nlly injured. In other cases hear ing is o I so griiduiilly that a considerable deirree of deafness may exist before the is'ison i- really aware of the fact. Killicr condition is often accompanied w ith noises in the hi id of every conceivable ih aMin lion, ni ilerially Increasing the distrcsT of the sin)', i cr. Tlieei csiire n,l lo become weak, irritable, and tli-pi sfd to water on expo-mre to cold ami w in, I, or tiller the slightest exertion I I ; 1 1 1 1 - more or less acute, or a distressing feeling of pressure Is experienced' over the eyes, ami -ontctiincs on Ihe top or buck of (he head mnl also pain ill Ihe face, closely resiniiiiii g neuralgia, tor which it is very often mi - aki n. The distress in the hcail weakens l ie iiu-iniiiy and produces Irrita- iiiiiiy nml niiirii-ciic.-s o iilsHisitioii. 'i he stomach ,.'cncrally sull'crs moic or less, and licconit s , ink and i nit able ; the appetite capi ici iits and nearly always bad in Ihe lllorililh. lu selcrc cases' Hit. system become.. Iccblc Mini prostralctl. Tills is manifest, , I liy a disposition to drowsiness nml sleep, aversion to cither phvsii-ul or mental exertion, ami ii feeling of fatb'iic and weakness. " Xot iiiineip liy calarib proves fatal, cither by dcbilitni iun the sysu ni and weiir inif out tlm patient, or by Iravelinj; down ward and proiluclni; throat ali'ections. Iiroiichiti . and, llnally, i o.nhi'mci lox. It may be study asserted that, tiller heredita prcili ,iosiiio atarrh is tlie most - i u 1 1 1 ti .il important cause of Ihjs iit;l coliiplaiul . '1 lie s. iiiilouis of calarib vary eoiislder ably in diiferenl Individuals, tin'- decree of their scci tl y ilcpcnillii itniii constitution al idiosyncrasies and Mniiuis external in lliicnces. Willi si. ine the complaint con tinues for :t niunberof years in a mil. I form and without ciiKsin any of the injurious rcsiillsnbi.veileiierilH.il, while with others Ihe w oi -t cllcei.s are protliiccd in a short p.uc ..i'i. nc, and cases apparently most lines ecu. iiii-oii';ii inipritiicui cxfio stttc. iiil. iii. nnil cold, or unlaw. ml, h bailees 1. 1 ilic wenthcr. sitddcnlv exhibit I he vi.'! nee and inalinily Hlll. b i bnr ai teri.c tin severest ones. With some H-rsons this disease lMcomra pcrioilicnl, iiltacklu llieni regularly at cer l.iln seasons cm li year, as in tlie early part spring when Ihe roses are in blooiii, and hence its name "rose catarrh;" or in mid summer iluriiiy; Itiiyinit lime, when It Is Known as "hay-catarrh." Some claim to able lo predict the exact day ami even hour of Ihe attack. 'J'bey usually consider ilicnuclvcs entirely relicxed ol the ditlicul ty ilitritiK Ihe intervals; but we have tfu son to siipMtsc Una symptoms of the com plaint arc constantly present in some mibi lorin or other, w hit 11 are iiuised into aeliv iiy by tlie oilor iwciiliar to certain iilanls, 1th w hich the attnospbere Is impregnated diiriux the s.-asons mciiiioned. 'I he com parative oiilct cujoyeil Ih-iimvi, ,c attacks doubt leads to the erroneous belief thai nll't thin has ceased entirely. DOCTOR FOSTER -May be consulted daily Sunday and ciliii'siluy ICxccpteil, At Ihe Iiiii,i.ui;Hoi 8K, Dayton, Ohio. I at m anil J in ol nd PHILLIPS HOUSE, DAYTON. BY TELEGRAPH. Sherman in Washington—Various Matters. [Special to Cincinnati Enquirer.] WASHINGTON, October 25. The( President lias ordered A pardon tn he issued to (Jcorgc A. Trenholm, ex-rebel Secretary of the Treasury. Uciicrtil Sherman arrived In the eltv last evening, nnil ia the guest of Oeneral (Irani. I tils evening (,'ciicriil tirant. Oencrul Sher man, Hcnor Itomcro, Mexican Minister, I ayinaster Oeiit nil llrlec lorined a party In a private box at the Nniloi,,,! -1 j 'on.lilerable slgnltb ance was attiichcil to 1 -oiiii.siuon ei Tne parly, llencral Sherinan's arrival Ul.n,.,,.,. qnenrc of the request sent some days slme by the President, with referenco" to the prosieclivc changes In the War Depart. nt, nml Is eoiilirinatorv of my previous ...... in ,,11 , id. i. miiicct. lion. I,. I). ( 'Hltlllbel). Ml., hi,., i i .i.. U sl II I here, mid as soon as the (lovernineiit ' ly he w ill depart. Result in Indiana. INDIANAPOLIS, October 25. The total vote of tl... tsi..t.. n. i. . . election, is three hundred and twenty-lour thousand seven hundred and twpiitv. f rusler's majority for Secretary of State (eeli"1''1'''" tl""lsun(, Hv- linmlred and slx- Thi; liepublienn maiorilv on Congress men is twelve thousand Hie hundred and lilly-tilie. Another Tornado—Destruction of Turks Island. Halifax. October 25. The schooner Vle tr makes the following report: Turks Is land, on the .'loth of September Sunday was visited witli a terrllic hurricane, iles royiiig.ovcr eigbt biiitdrcd houses. Twcn ly lives were lo.t. anil n numlior .r s wen' crippled and otherwise injured. Over .UKHI persons were rendered houseless, pen niless mul almost naked. The whole labot lug portion ol the colony is In the most des titute condition. The (;overn t house mill public unices were shattered. 1J.(MKI bushels of salt n ere swept away. Six foreign and twelve is land cralls were lost wilh twenty of their crews. of Turks Island. A Surgeon Murdered at Salt Lake. SAN FRANCISCO, October 23. A Salt Lake telegram K11T t,a(. Dr. .lohn King hobiuson. foruicriv Assistant Surgeon at Camp Douglas, was dtvoved away from Ills home at a bile hour on Monday nbdil. under the pretext ofhis service l-ing pro Icsslona y retpilreil. and murdered within ball a block of his own house. The Baltimore Trouble. [special to Commercial.] WASHINGTON, October 25. I known to-night that the Coiiiinissloners will not appear before the (inventor lo morrow. cither In ihm-soii or bv (icncral Ciinby has been In Ituli Imms. ih.i entire day. Covcrnor Swanu came over upon the evening train, and repaired im mediately to tlie White House, probably lo conlcr iimiii his next step In the lucmfscs. Telegraph Varieties. A FENIAN CONVICTED. The (rial of ibe Fenian Colonel I.vnch w as concluiletl at Toronto vestcrdav. ' Tlio dclense put forward the plea that tlie pris oner was at Fort F.rle merely as a reiairter lor a Louisville paper. The urv brought lu a verillcfof guilty and he wait sentenced, lo ileatli. A Havana letter reKirt9 that the Cuban fiovernmcnt has purchased two monitors of the l ulled Stales for two million dol lars. The w hole story of negotiations in rela tion to a .Mexican prub-ctornte mul guaran tee of I rccli claims, is pi oi iced, by the ) .'Is lington 1,'epublkan, u stock Johbiiio lahrlcalioii. J " On the 1st of November. Ihe turilT for messages bv AllalillcTele,r,-i,h u ir. I. duceil one-hall. The ihiughtcr of Secretary Sou n.l u. reported to be at the point of death, in M ashineton. last nbrbi. Ihe treaty between Prussia ami Saxony lias been fully ratifletl. Stixonv agreeing to pay ten inllliutis florins. Tint army of Saxony has already been dissolved. The Dmiieror Niimleuu has Insisted on the negotiation of a large loan, and the re sult is n rupture and probable change lu the I reiich Cabinet. The French troops win leave Home in December. .Most , f the French inurnnls o-lveno tl,.. cause of .Maximilian in Mexico. Some aria writers however, assert that he will not abdicate, bul attempt to rule in a nar rowed area of territory. Monetary and Commercial. Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI, October 25. Floi'h There was a lair deimiutl nnd the market w as linn. W e ipiote suiierllne at $10 -'(11 ; extra at 11 7.-(U 75; and laiully at tl.'ha i:i .Vi. Uye Hour is in irood iicinanii at s, ta(.4 LUautl XM bids, sold Ibe latter rate. W iikat The market was firm. Ib.hlers were t'eiierully iiskiiian atlvaneeof Ac. iier bushel. Kx tin red is now belli at 2 i'5 No. 1 at M IK), and Xo. i at $'.' HO; bill is held at it; No. 1 sprltic; is iiuoted at 92 j. but is held ul '2 tS(iyj ,"0. CoitN The deiiiand is lijrlit. and the market is ijuict. Mixed ear is held at K3m S.lc. ami shelled at Klm'tilc. Mri(.tWlc. is asked for w hite shelled. Oat The market w as llrm, mid the de mand k.mnI at 4Sc. fr xi. 2 anil M)(u .11c. for No. I in elevator. I!vk A llrm market at $ lsiml 2(1 for No. 1 ami $1 ..-) lor extra, as the asking rales. No. 2 is uuoted ut l Oo(Jll(l,and reicctcd til tk: to l (Ml. Sale of 400 bush els No. 2 ut 1 07 tinil 1 liai .1.. v.. I l IS. Haiilky The choice grades of sjiriii" and fall arc llrm, Crime fall Is quoted al l lis l .11. One lot ol choice sold at tl 7,1. New York and Slnte sorine- is 1.....1...I ,.t l 4.1(i(l fsl for strictly prime samples. ( i moi "I-tii ks The market rules sternly and unlet at 27(ii:ilc. for fair to cl.ol.... pi.. Collee; l.'ui 1,1c. for raw Sitirarr I7I. 17', c. for hard rctincd; and Hdi.rWk'. lor lo Jiico .Molasses. W lunar itoiitlcd is In ro(Ml demand llrm al ;tlc. but hol.h rs A'toicrHllv i.lr 'U'. Duty paid Is ipiict at 9i Xtirfi :U, the latter rate for small lots. Sklii Clover rules llrm at S, with a fair inquiry . I linolhy is quiet and aleadv al lli(.t:l ail. Flax rules quiet at 2 7.V New York Money Market. NEW YORK, October 25. -Moiiey fsteadv at.1 ner cent Sterllii); llrm and tpiict at l(KI(a lupi Hold a shade lower. (.) ninif t 110 V. dc clinltie; t 1 icy H1K elluiiK Mt 1471.. .."Acninieiii si,u.ks M,,.t am, w ithout HU H ll.tllf. NEW ESTABLISHMENT J. F. Ltjutz it Son, lulled ItrHhrrnl Building Norllteasl (orner Alain and Pourtb DAYTON, OHIO, Manilla' turera anil .lealerf in BOOT8 AND SHOES. ITi'Vuy Jc.titiitiou Tlicv ala av a.-ei on haml ofh,ir 0w uauu la. lurr. ami the Ik.1 sal. work., large ...orltnetu Hum., auim i.uli.ri. Wt,,ni,,U'., lor la.li... r " '""'l"' """. " rlia to .un It. ,..rini( d,,,i al horl nolle, and durahlr. .a,u..!.llf1V'.,,,":,'0,,," vUitomera Uie public, (.alt aauuf