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CITY AND SUBURBAN. t Sy" l ull Velvet Suit' now for stileiit tin' Kn n Clnlhlnjf Store. t?,-Woineii'sC-ilf tshne lit Onoflman's nt seventy-five cents. tW T.it'UiM Hi r lined, Water Proof Ibil morals, .(list rivet veil at ('. Keriicdlnjf's, Mn. :K1 Si'iiii1, liclwecn Main find .lell'cr snn streets. ( nil mill pot a pnlrbcfnre they nre nil sold, dim lifTho prettiest Hitits fur young men hp liavt uccn tu Day ton was ut- tlii Kuyl Cloth ing Store, ltd M ill it street. " r '' Ki'i rsmri Ovkkcoath. i,chcnsburrcr A Hon, Mo. KM Mull) streel. have just received lie moot splendid lot of overcoat In the rlty. when thpy arc toflrrlnRMt very low "'res. Cull nnd sec them. Itditw I.ookto Youk Ijitkkkat. C. Fernedluff. No. :UW Second, between Miiln and .lefci son streets, w ill for the next thirty (lays Rcll Hoots mid Shop Hint lints mid Clips tit strictly wholesale prices In order to make room for a new stock, dim tTFiVncI Seliwnr don't. make Idle promises lint really m-lln t.ha nicest made np, mid more espi-cially, tlic cheapcsteloth ltiK In Dayton, examine for yourselves, ut Hip Katlle Clothing Store. US Main street. HfK. W. Mever, Bookbinder and lihinV- book Manufacturer, nortliwest corner of Main and Second streets. Imdnw ' Kivk hollars. Cavalry Over t'oat-i for $!i 00 nt the Kajrlo Clothini? Store. 118 Main Street, Slj;n (iolden Iviirle. Uknti.eiiks If you want sninothlnir to keep your feet warm and drv, provide yourselves with n pair of Seal Skin lined, Rubber P.ottom, Water Proof liijrh Shoe?, lint received at No. 3b6 Second, between Main and Jefferson streets. Tin1' are pome tblnp entirely new In Dayton, r . , neliVllm C. Fftixkbino. - 4 - . 1ST Five hundred Military" Overcoats, just received, at the Kujjle Clothing Stole. 11. Schwaras. Bov's ani Yot-ru'a Clothinii. ;An oii tlrn new apartment the best In the city just received by I.elieusburjrer eV Son, Kn. nix .Minn Mieer. Mon'KY Savko is Monkv' Mok. The above inaxlin W best Illustrated by (rulny to (loodinan's mpnhir Hoot and Shoe store 1 1ll Main street, where uvury thiiiu in hi linn i an ho lion;)it ho low as lo dt'fy -com H'tltion. ills stock Is the largest and best selected In the fit)'? hi" warrant nil bis goods, news rips for iiotlilu;, and irles hard to please all who favors liiniwll.li their ens toni. No wonder, therefore, that tils store Iserowded all the time with caffer custo mers, tilve him a call, by all means. ' fW f 'avalry Over Coats, all colors at the Kaj(l 'Clothing Store, 118 Main Street, Sign of the Golden Kuglav ,. . , . . Piiovihk koh Winter. IVe would inform onr readers 'that Ressner & Brother have reeelved 500 new and sound Oovernmeiit O.'prronta, and they oiler them for hall theirvalue; therefore we would advise onr aders to aerureone In time. ' 1 ' Wi'I.kndip Clotuino. S. it E. Sternber fii'T, Meri'liant Tailors, on Third stroet, next door to the TosioUieP, have Just re eeived a very lurjje assortment of fall and winter clotlilng, Im-liiding a splendid stock of entleinen's suits and overcoats, to which the special attention of theli cus tomers and the public Is Invited. They nre prepared to sell at prices which will make It to tho Interest of every cnie to (rive them a call. IV Women's line sewed lialmorals at Goodman's at 1 00. Si-ortomkn, Attention. (!. Kernedlnjr, at No. 300 Second, between Main mid .lell'er sou streets, has Just reeelved another lot of I UOHU IlllllUf r Jill) JMHill, JUMl MIU bllllli; IOI hunting and fishing excursions. 01 lm A Work to tub I'rur.io. A great deal is spoken of now-a-days, w hich is tlie cheap est plaee to deal in Dayton, or where a per son can rely on a merchant's word. We simply remark, that from appearance, and from our own dealing with merchants, we find friend Schwrfrx of the Eagle Clothing Store to be a straight-forward dealer, and the public ean rely on bis word, or that of Ills men, who am always reailv to wait on customers; bis stock is eertainly by far the most select anil eusuiin-inaue, ami we would commend our friends and the public gener ally to give Mr. Schwarz a call and exam- f for themselves, at tho sign of the Uolil Kagle, 118 Main Htreet, tlirue doors Bomb Market House, - - j i SrWoineu'g Kid Shoes at Goodman's at mty-ltve ueuti. fIf you want books' Ixmnd, such as azlnes, l'eriodicitls. Histories, Ac, In tyle, plain and fancy, plea.-e call at my try. V. W. Meyer, corner of Main and d streets. lmdttw iiisii iroH tiik Million. Ixsxnei A re now receiving at their popular g House, No. 102 Main afreet, a very oek of clothing from the eastern ade expressly fur their house, all est quality and latest anil most styles. The assortment embrace ry tine gent lenient' suit, made sly to their order, and all war-t-e.laiui. They have also a full tlue overcoats, vouths' and bovs' !ii met everything that can lm Ihelr line. Visitors to the Htate Iml It to their interest to call and leatock. They ean procure the r of good at lower prices than ouse In the city. bring your little boys to the ig Store, and you'JI be uun te and liow cheap they can he 118 Main street. I Caps very cheap, at Good- ta Prick Ikduckd. In or ulate all classes who desire Irluking water this warm It would announce that h price of his superior Filters II place them In the reach liully should be without . )yMtf Hon. Ibembuiger A Street, call partluular at w and splendid stock of thing. T hey delV coiu ot be undersold by anv ty. , . V In lliiiK.ri-Sliprlir IhivIiIhiii has ap pointed Theodore 1. llcnl.ly his deputy, In the plaiV nt' T. W.'1 Sehaelfi r. ' who was somel jm'iRjxo nppoitMt, llcviiftio (id- li-Vtoi- in this vlty, tlr, II., for aoinu two years ja-t, Inis been a clerk In the Audit or's ollice. .... f ' Thru new professorships hnvd been riV rtowed In the Mluuil Vnlveislty at Oxford'. Thefhjiiincy of tlm WltliPrup House, on Ludlow liet't,.ulhi lac Jrmler.l.iy after noon, and coiniuunivated to tlm roof. Tliel tlami's weii- soon extinguished without tin aid of the fire department or loaLcrlal In jury to lid' premises. - The oppti; erop In this eo(,lnii is far let ter than was iintlclpiited. 1 lie, erop Is larger, and the seelmeiis of fruit infeh b tier thuii for1 niaiiy years past. r : Our markets are ov'erfuti tvlth Cfthlijcs. Wilson loads are ollVred every day, fV the be-st fpiaHty, idid at very reasonable p ices. Now is the time fr the lovers f "Vrailt" to Invest. The road between tli, levee aid the bridge, on Th Inl afreet, had he i u' ilitched up a lUlle.hud is passable In the div time. If It had been Individual propm iy.it would have been III lirstrateeomlltloli bug iiio. ' M'llc Vcstvall Is cieatlnd a enf sensa tion in Clevehind, at the At'Hdi - tif Hu sh;. Slir ldsalii to he an artit (rarent taliutii'iit.8. " " ' - " '' Thursday. Novciuhnr an, is tb day fixed iian by Oovi rnor Cox forTliail'-pivlnjr In Ohlo---the aaine day desjrna"d ' by the '1'resldcnt. ' ' The receipts of the Jii)tmi6i ,.hau Afy ,lmu for tho year ami lug" In Say last, were' I.4.VI (;iitho, expeuilituref !.? 85 leaving a balance of lfil 3) In f! e ireasiiry. Hurlnjf the year flftuei i liidreii were re oelved ami provhleil for. 'the number now In the Asylum Is eleven. Theie Were no !ealhs during tlie year,. . , The Jufirnul says pnilimlnarle" are belli;; jmadelo ntrentlien the "water defences" of the city. They don't want any strength ening. Jietter open channels for the water io escape. That Is what is most needeil. ' Tlie speculative .movements in grain ami Hour Is excillnj much attention Just now In commercial circles. T.ook out lor lare list of splendid failures before l.mjr. The f rash will comei Ktmid from under. j I'iii-lor Coolvliitr Slovo 1'or Sale. . A llivl rale I'arlor Cooking Sfi ve, nearly new. Is for sale at the auction rooms of Chiislnplier Si, Spielinan. Third street. i Sf.lnveuile murders arc hpeoiniiip; tishlnnaMe In Clnelunatl. (nl a day or tfw n -ifw we reenrded the shooting if one boy by another. Yesterday afteiiioon, two buys ol iilamt ilfteen years of n. met. at the inleix'ctlnn of Liberty and Vine stii-ets. TheiT iiaines ai-e H. tjai ilner and C. A. Ajipeiueller. The former M.ruck the hitter after an luterehan;e oflmrsl) lan HuaKi". whereujHin the latter drew fllrk knlfe (mil stahlied' llardner lu the 'side, In flii'tiiifx a aerious, if not danjerou;, wound. Apgieuxeller was arrested and lod. ed In tlie llremeii street Station House. A l'.ia IUi'l.. Mr. J. C. Tovi usend, of fev Jersey, Who had come out Wiwt a far lUZanesville, to purchase eattle, had his pocket cut. w hile returning through l'lt ts- linrj,', and robbed of 91.300. At Crestline, last week, nil old gentle man, born and reared, in the trinity of Dresden, Ohio, but not a resident of Mich ignii, was swindled out of $1,300 by two eonlidenee men. ' . PllKHIOKNT OFTHK lioAllOOF CuNTIIOI.. Hy the recent death of Dr. .1. Andrews, flic Presidency of the lion id of Control of the State Hank of Ohio became vacant. At u meeting of the Executive couiiulfice of the Hoard helJ shortly afterward, Joseph Hutchinson, Jr Cashier of the I ranklin National Hank of Ooluiuluw, wasapiKilnlcd President pro tow. of the State Hani, of Ohio, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the ilt cese of Dr. Andrews. Dakkk Codn i v Faiic The Agricultural alr of Darke County was held Just week at lireeuville. Notwithstanding the dlsa' grecable weather, the Fair was a success both In. point of the number of people In attendance and the display of articles on exhibition. There. wert nearly six linn (Iretl entries,' aiid everything passed off to the satisfaction of all concerned. r- ' - i FBT Game of all kinds is said to he abundant this fall, and hunters are having rare sport. SQulerels are plenty and fat yualis, pheasants and rabbits have not been so abundant for years past, and the pron l''t Is that the market will be supplied ; but those w ho Indulge hi these luxuries must expect topsy well for the privilege. Mi kki to Dkath. On Stliulav lasL Mr. Livingston Vamlcrinark, residing near Palestine, Shelby county, w as kicked by a horse, In the stomach, from which be died In an hour thereafter. He leaves a Wife, two small children and a large circle of friends and relatives to mourn his sad and untimely death. ' l IIkavv LosaKS. It is state! that there has been io00,000 worth of Drooei tv de stroyed by lire, iu the oil regions, within a year. As a consequence, rates of insurance have gone up to an unprecedented height. It will be productive of good, for the unin sured ill )m all the more earetlil. " i i '-- .- I" Plait Henedu:L w ho came to Ohio from i 'onueeticiit, tlfty-one years ago, and afterward, hi 1817, was tlie founder of the now flourishing town of Norwalk. Huron county, dhsl on Thursday moruiiig of last weeh, ai inai piaoc. tie win In the ninety second year of his age. , , S.NAKta Ahoi t. A lad of twelve yeam. over In Clermont County, on the farm of Mr. Shinklo, one day last week, killed no less thin thirty-four garter snakes, meas uring from two feet eight inohea tu three feet long. Cokrkctiom. In a mairUire not tee. vms- terday, an error occurred In the name of uiejauy. It should have been Taylor, In stead of I. ay toil. The correction will I found, to-day, under the appropriate head. JT. On! Thnrsduir ' suttlng out of an ear-ring j aupiaisad to " "e 'ost on Third street, m ar the Montgomery House. Thu finder will please leave It at thlsotllce. MTA ritlshurg tli-patch announces that 2,00fl,.i00 bushels of coal will flout tlown on the present rise of the river. '" Dxi't AV uk'Firk Woiiks. During the -ttae Fair, Prof. Dlehl, of Cincinnati, a Pjrntflcliide artist, who has no cxpial In ihe fU had made arraiigeuieuts to give two gnnd displays of Fire Works; but not be iij; able to procuro a suitable place lor the exhibition III a central part of the dty, and other unavoidable causes, io did not succeed as well as lie should have done, and was ; conse quently' subjected to eiiuslderiibh) pecuni ary loss. He has still .left, in' the city, the matorlal for one of the grandest displays of Fire Works ever witnessed, and ho pro poses to give an exhibition In front of ,the Court House, on Saturday (to-morrow) evening, relying: upon the liberality of our citizens to remunerate him for the expense, which will necessarily be incurred. We lenrn that our citizens will tie called upon, during to-day and to-morrow, for subscriptions. A small amount from each one solicited will lie siilllclcnt to defray the expense of the exhibition. And we trust that all will respond libera!)'., . I'rof. Dlelil was a resident of this city mid county for some eight, years previous to 1813, when he removed to Clnclnnall, where, by patient Industry and enterprise, he has en rued a reput ation second to no other man In Ills profession in the United States. Stiikkt H Aii.miAliH. A movement has been stated by the various religious aocle lles In New York for the purpose of rais ing funds to sue for an Injunction to re strain the street railroad companies from running cars on Sunday, until such time as a test case may be submitted for argument. There Is no necessity for any such move ment here, lor the simple and very good reason that we have no street railroads .In Diiytou. The project of building them, once suggested with A tolerable degree of earnestness, has entirely died out, to the regret of many people w ho think they would he a great convenience and a paying investment to the company that, would con struct them. During the State Fair, nu merous visitors here expressed their sur prise that Dayton had no street railroads, ami the surprise was not singular or unnat ural. Wfth onr large and rapidly Increasing population, our broad avenues of miles In extent, and the disposition of our people to pulroiiie lilH'ially all Institutions of pub lic lit llity, there Is perhaps no city of Its size on the continent so well adapted to the purposes of street railroads. The subject. at all events, Is one eminently deserving of the attention of the large number of men among us who have plenty of surplus cap ital to Invest In such an enterprise. Miami County Itkms. Sunday evening taut, Mrs. Perry, w ho resides in Pitpia, was rudely assaulted while on her way home from church, by some desM-rado, The night was quite dark, ami she did not know of any one being near until caught ify the arm. when she gave the alarm and the neighbors came to her assistance, but tlie w retch hnstilv th'd upon the approach ol help. A few days previous. In the same place, a Miss Mason was assaulted anil her life threatened If she gave the alarm ; but not fearing the threat, she made an outcry which brought the neighbors to her rescue, when the villain lied. The "border city" is putting on metropolitan airs. Charles Jioblnson, of Springfield Town ship, while attending aSnrglium mill a few days ago, had his right hand drawn be tween the rollers, ami two foro-tlugcrs crushed losiieh an extent tliat they had to be amputated. Troy is to be lighted with gas next week. Kefcrring to the event, the Plqua Jienw wit says: "We fear It will prove a gassy affair to the stockholders. If It does not give better light than onr gas works. It is a fact w hen we say that our citizens have been groping about In the dark all summer. Itctyson w hy because there Is notsiifllcicnt gas to illuminate, and the Radicals iispiI nil the snj-plus for campaign purposes." 1 Hioodv. The Cincinnati TimiM gives utterance to the following: "Murder, just now. seems to assume the cniiracleroi an epidemic. Scarce a dav passes lit our city, of.- late, but a murder ttikiw place : here a man disembowls an other; there n mere hid, upon slight provo cation, shoots a playmate dead upon the spot, and a night or two lirevlous u dutiful policeman was mortally stabbed bv a wav- vard man. In a fitot brutality. Our ex changes Ironi tho cast, west and south bring tales of murder and bloodshed, while everywhere tlie plains or the far West are wreaking w ith the blood of the rod-akin ocd warrior and self-defendinir cmiirraiit. Who can leu oui mat niuroer may lie epidemic about this time, t i ,i t May not all this hejnstly regarded as the legit itnatii-fruit pf the carnival of blood which eoinuicuotid something more ;Ui;i live years ajfoj" . , j ' ;', Fkman Movkmknts. The Cincinnati Kmuim of this morning says, tu regard to the Fenian excitement in that city : "The Indignation of the Hrotherhood of both branches In this city . Is vert great ut the unjust sentence of the unfortunate victims of tlie Canadian raid. The Roberts branch Is busy at work, and the Stephens circle is redoubling its former efforts In furthering tlie revolution In Ireland, .lames Stephen, and many well known military men of Ibis and other cltlos, will cruil nly sail for Europe before tho closo of a fortnight and everything is being clone by his partisans to put success beyond tho possibility of a doubt. Several General ollleers of fine military record are sjiokenof In connection with the command, and we have the assur ance that the slate is full, and the long re peated threat of a tight in Ireland I his year will he carried out to the letter."'- - Tiik' Nkw Coi.i.kcior. General' Mc- Crroartywho succeeds Samuel F. Cary as Collector of lievenue In the .Hceotui Dis trict, presented an acceptable bond yestei day to Ihe District Attorney,' Major Cni- wlue, and will soon miter upon the -dis charge of his dutlet, at Cincinnati, ' , 1 Fishy. The Sandusky Rralater that the catch of tUliou tiusurday and "Sunday was me largest or the season. At one fish ing, off Cedar Polut, forty-live tons have Im-ph caught iu the last three days, mostly white fish. ..... - - 'Fail anu Wintkr Ci.otiu.no. A full itoffk of the latest styles and best qualify, list !1cclvid bv T.pluoitflmrirer A tii.i, V.. 108 Maiu street.' ' n ti TiikOi'Kiia Hot'NK. It has already been announced that the Turner 0ieru House will be re-oienctl mi Monday evening next, with n (Hipular and talented company- of theatrical celebrities of whom Miss I.lii-.lllc Western Is the star under tho niaiiiLge imyil of Mr.rlf lUaympndi The t'liliiithhos Dapurtlqiciiktn Very cumpllnic nfarj- Yends of Mi;. K. as a manager. Hu has been managing the Opera House In that city or some time past, ami has had a very success ful career. The company he pioses to In troduce to the Dayton public. Is composiil of billies and gentlemen of the higheet reputation In theatrical circles, and we bespeak for them a cordial greeting on tin part of our citizen. Monetary and Commercial. Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI, November 1. w as held at 10 50 to $1) r0, and one sale was made at $11 75. Extra we quote BtIJfl3 'Jii; Family nXtVi 50o( M 50. and Fancy at. ! fiOdfia 50. VViikat Wassteadv, ami holder firm. Winter red Is held atVi 80 tor No. and 2 !H) for No. 1. Hill wheat sold at ;l. spring wheat was In demand at i fst for No. 1; and 1.HIKI bushels sold at this rate. No. 2 sold to the extent of (100 bushels, at $2 25; and l.KOOdn. at 2 2H. : Cohn The market was unsettled some what, hut there was a lair demand at, HOe. for No. 1 shelled, In elevator. Ear would not bring over 7N(iS0e iu bulk. White ear Is held at Nfiivrxiic. ' Oats The market was tlrni at WiliitiYlv. for Nos. i and 1. In elevator, w Ith a good demand. ItVK Was quiet little was offered. Holders were asking $1 40 for extra, with buyers at $1 37. No. 1 we quote at VI 30fa) : Hari-ky Prime fall Is In demand and 11 nil at 105 to f 1 70. Spring dull. In ferior grades almost unsalable. tinocKitiKH The market rules steady and quiet, with a fair demand at 211' jKcill 1 jC. tor fair toeholce Kin Coffee; I'JtiJ 5ic. for Haw Sugar; I"1;,!"' 17?jc. for hard refined do., and SOiOOc. for I'orto Hlco Molasses. , Whisky The market Is firm for bonded. With a good demand. Sales of about 500 barrels at 3tc. Imtv paid is quiet with a fair demand. Small lots command fv! 31. but. round lots could not be disiuised of at over.' 33oc.33'a. New York Money Market. NEW YORK, November 1. The money market Is unchanged and easy at 4w'5 per cent i n ' ' Sterling Is in fair request at. lOH'g'of 10ll.t. Kiold Is tinner: opening at 1 ((I1,,, declin ing to 1 UI'h, jidvancliig to 1 1"3., and closing lit 1 17V The i'limmnriiiV money article says: The money niarketconlinues steady. There is an active demand for call loans from brokers, owing to the Increased transac tion In slocks, and more business is done at 5 per cent. The prevailing rale, how ever. Is I per cent. NEW YORK, November 1. R. R. & P. O. Time Table. To take effect October 29, 1866. CINCINNATI. IIA.MU.TON AN1 HAYTON. Leave. Arrive. rim-itinstl niTomniiMlnilnn S:40ain nNlnin KssUtii KxtH-ess IV -IKIHin 7 811 s hi I iiiciiiiiati utxuiiililiiilatUill, . . 7 in 4 :(ir p m 1 K (ii-ens , . . I .Oft a in I) 4.'. ii tu i'liieiiillall Mull ATLANTIC AND (1IIKAT WK.8TKHN. li On i in I :IU n ill ICaslerii Kirins. . tNlK'O t-At'iesB . . R :45 u 111 4;IN ( in llAYroN, AMI MIC'IIHIAN. I'hli-jiKo Jlnil . .7 111 sin I hii.HS'i At'enllintnilalioil . . . IiIi-hkii anil lietroit l-;vircs.. r. a5 in IMin :t in p in 8 Ui i ni j IIAVI'IIN. XKNIA ANO C'Ol. I' JIM'S. Vrflsni liavron Ai'i'iiiiiaiuituiieii 11-4uuni 1U;ll lm l-:ni,urii Kxin-ess 'i:St, m h -40 1 ill ISillit 8:1111 a III H:-tbim i I'itlttbtirg- Kyiircss .. . j:2r,Iilll INDIANA CKNT'L AND 1A YION AND WKH1 liBN. 9:!15 a in Kli-hnioitil Anil Iniliasaii'. Kv. V:4fl p in 8:atl s 111 iCh-lllllultit ttlul 1 I, lci,C Atv. . 5:a5 i in S:alim liHlluilll)iliH A t'llii:utti l: . . 10 At u 111 ; CINCINNATI, DAYTON AND KASTKItN. 8:r4 in liayton Kxprei.1 , . 7:lir a in 8:10 pill NlKlit Kxprei, 0 i in DAYTON AND UNION. :( m Hall .1:011 III a::taim kutiress ' . l I :yti u m Irf'aves every lunrilliiir exi-fja Mon.liiys. 1 1- tiress Ht,,,s hi Miililli-tow il toi.t lliiiiiilten mil v i'l'liose iroiin Knst on the 1 :10hiiiI il:40lralnii aiel Wesl ihi the H :!tt train niilM- iii-iM-iire Ih-kets Ih-Iui i eight o'clock p ni. J. I. 'II. l.llNii, AkihiI- 11 POST OFFICE, DAYTON, OHIO, July 20, 1866. I'ntll I'urther nullfe the niui) wilt srrlve am) elnsa at UN (spate rollows : ! V ; .. 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Ofllee hours )ien St 7 A M. ; rime st 7 p. M. t A Ih-couics is Snniluy tqiuu A. M. to 10 a. M. . WM. k . I.IIMI.V. IV U. 7 'I ' i .' !:'. Oporn-IIonao ; H A T , ST.OItE, '- I KVICUY DKiU'HIITloN (IV HATS. CAPS, tin Gentlemen's Furnishing HOODS, FURS! FURS ! FURS ! Ladies' and Hi nllcjui'ii's Furs of every itcserl'illoii. Knfldlo, Wnlfaiid Wlii(t fox ' Kobrs all Mm. ,,, AH tiouarhl diiw.t I'roaii (ha mnitiiriw.tiiia will he KuVit Rt U'i.U liiKiiUi. , ,t , , .. '. , Our TriccB Defy Competition. 1 - -Vfio Good 11 ilecelvtil V.rrry Week. ' , j E. A. lltKUSIAN. No. 14 Msiuiit, (Ipers-llonsel 'orner, Joct.llv iyliiu.(lliin. L.TlS"'ISr A: 111 "US t RHEI WINE. 'P L UK SlTBSt'Iil RKIt WOUI.il INFORM lit pbhllr thst he im now tliniiiu'Mi-iimiur s vi.rv NMi-rtr HMirlt ol' lh sIhiv. W int., Un a li.-u, lieen M,lOlJ-MH-..l IIV IMmiH-UIIJUlTVIl I.I lW tlie ll,st lloW IU tl-u ularket. It i-an Ihi ol,ia,ui-.l st m IioUviiIv or lml, si tlm In-iitr hUire u 11. II. ohlngfer, Kal V1III1 Str,'. U)l.n, nlMl u)tlv i. Uiiii-r, V ! uul lliiiilrt Wsvne htn-et. II lovk uImi s lrsu aupuly of . l.UNAKl'S UIIKI I'l.AN IK KOItBAl K, Wlntili i-sil Ihi flhlulliiMl OB AUOIIiALl,iu ml mIUm, al Ikji limnvil ilu,., or 01 IU hubM-nlnr, on n si,fi mi-i-i'i, hiioii iuUiii: outh ol' (lie Wal nut Hou-wi. The sliove W'lnn In liluhlr remnnnemliil a inr.lt, nuil lnmo.u4. aixoa Un xteuo,l s I lor .11. r oiu-nwa Biuw.4 ' --t,. II AWk.ft.ti.' Innst'ilwlyr all 01 Ihi ity 110 the SYMPTOMS OF CATARRH. BY DOCTOR FOSTER, NOW PRACTICING AT THE PHILLIPS HOUSE, DAYTON. Catahmh Is a dlsrns of tlio mnrons inoni- biano of tlio ns'il paairi'S and tlioso rnvi tios of tin- Ik'iuI roininnnlcdllnir witli tlii'in. Insltritfiiciint as It. noooarsln its first stiiLvs, it is apt In It.s profrrrss to bi't-onm instrn imnital In cansiiiff the loss or Impairment of sfni-11, taste, lic.irliifr. and slrltt, nml In rn'atinjr srrions I'lnistittitional di'raiiffi' tncntK. not iiniyeinirntlv ti-rniliiatlnir in iiiiisiintplion, 1 . . At tlie r-oniini'iii'einriit of tlm nialadv. flu1 sTiiiDtoins am lliose oi'an ordinary cold. A foHlnfr of Irrltntloii, sensitiveness, heat or t'.iln Is exiH-rli'iu-ed In tlie nose, the ed)res of lih-li arc red mid swollen, and which Is Mopped up sonii-liincs on one side, some times on the other, and occasionally on liolli.renderlnir respi ration through it either illllleitit. or HntMisslDlc. una coninnon Is ucciniipHnlcd by a frequent desire tc siieee. and a dlscharire of, at first clear, acrid wnler. afterwards of n profuse thick. yellowish ami extreme! V ottensiro matter. 'his secretion becomes purulent and In creased In quantity ns the complaint pro- jrresses, tissiiines nil exeeeu ln(iy IctlU oitor and forms one of (he most characteristic features of the disease, and a source of the greatest annoyance and dnii)reT. It- escapes not only bv the nose, but na-e Into the throat, producing by Its loilL'ineiit local irritation, nml require frequent expectora tinn, hawklnj.', or wT.ipinjf for Its removal. AS Its passinre into Hie throat Is very mnen fai'llilalcd liy a boriirontal position of the Ixwly, sleep! is frequently disturbed by a HciiKiitinii of I'hokliiL' In cniisriincnce, mid ininiv are oblioed to lie in 11 seiiii-reciun- ent poiilon In 1 1 1 1 1 a 1 1 1 nccowary nqiosi' Owinsr to the liilhimtnntioii and lieat. in the lioad, I lie watery portion of the discharge ollett evaporates-, mid the rest, assuming a condition of solidity, i 1 deposited uiwin tlie inemlnane ol Ihe nose an, i up)icr part of! i to-in roa t in tho Rlnipe ol crusts or liaril vned lumps. The accumulation of these In- rilstations produces 11 feeliuK of dlscoin- iirib, anil lllll IIIWN 1.11c 1111111 picooi;ur, Slf ns to embarrass respiration, therefore, fre quent ell'ot'ts are required to rnmovo them, rither by forcibly blow Iiir the nose or by persistent hawking, u practice as dlsajjrmi able to ihe one atlcctcd ns it Is to those around him. That , nldo of the lui-ruslatloii whirh adhered Ut t lie mucous membrane, will, after Its removal, sometimes be found bloody, 11 fict wide Ii explains the force re quired lor its disloiluiciit. Hut-inn; sleep these incrustations .accumulate more rap idly, and the fccliuu i therefore most 1111- onil'or,-ible Iu the inornlii";. Sometimes nil etlorts to clear the throiiL are futile un til afler breakfast, or niter some stimulant lias been swallowed. I'lccrntioii of the mucous membrane of the nose takes place frequent ly, sometimes iitlackliiu: the lione. w lieu sinall pnrtli'liis of this Miostanee will (Mt'iisioiiiilly be found mixed w ith the dls- liaiyo. The lirealh iiisiiinlit"; 1111 excslvelv fetid jiiiU sU-kcniiiff odor, and lieeoi lies oee'nslon iillv so oil'einive as to render tie patient an object of iliNKiist to liimseif as well as to others. The accumulation of the dlsi '.lmre. to- L'ether n ith the thiekuned eondl tion of the niiicous membrane, renders respiration through the nasal passues yen' diltlciilt. and oliciiliines iniinsKible, ni-e essltntinif respiration prineliinlly through tile month 11 nietm 11 very ilcleierions Io the 'rencral lieiilth, l ut more particularly so J-o tin limns wl Ich beeome weak lllui Irritable The voice loses Its musical quality, uud its Minnes 11 1'lscorihint, iiarsh. nml nasal ejiur- actcr; the sense if smell becomes inueh iinpali'ivl or uulirelv lost, tuid the same f- I'cet. thoi irli less frequent, is product! on lasti-, (,-,- iHionally, while blowing; the ikmh, cracKiin or iiiiiiiiiiiik solum is heanl In the ears, and licarintf becomes quite, thick or stopped 1111, but returns suddenly, with soiiiethin;; like n snapping soiiuil. This phciioinci 011 may be reHu(tei several times, until hearing does not return, but remains perniuiiciitly iujiirud. in oilier cases hear ing is lost so gradually that a eonsiderable dcrree of deafness may exist l.iefore the person is really aware of the fact. Killier conilil lnii is open accotnpanled yyllh noises III Ilie iicaii 01 every eoneeivatile ilescr 11- Ion, inatcrlally Inoieuslnjr the distress uf me suiii-ii r. Theeyes tre mil lolieconif -H eak. Irritable. anil iiispiis-cii 10 water on e xposure to cold ami wind, or after the sliuhtest. exertion. pain, more or less aeuto, or a illstriwsinir feellnif of pressure is experienced over the eyes, ami nunc times on the top or buck of the head uud also pain In the fu,-(, closely reseiiiblitii;- ui-urallu, ir which It, Is very often inisl ikeii, 'J he distress in the head weakens theuieinoi-v arid produces Irrita bility mid iiioroscuitsH o f illsH)Sltlou. The slouiaeli ).'i-iicrally sul)' ra luoreor less, nod ixak and Irri table; the apitlte capricious and nearly always bad In tho imirullqr. Iu Severn easea the sysU'iu becomes feeble and lirost rated, Tfiis is iiianifcsted by n disMeiitioii to drowsiness and sleep, aversion to cither physical or menial exertion, and a feeling of fatigue and weakness. Not iiiificqiiently s-atarrli proves fatal, eiliier liy dcbllit.itin)r the systeiu and wear ing out the patient, or by traveling down-, ward anil producing throat iifl'ections. bronchitis, and, llnalll , -onsi witiov. It may bosaiely asserted that, after iieredlta ry predisposition, catarrh Is the most frequent ai d 1 111 pol l 111 it csuse of this fatal complaint. Tho svinibinis of ciitarrh vary ronaider .1.1.. 1.. .1:., . 1...1I..I . ... aoiy 111 iiui'-rciiL iiiiuviuiuiis, tue uea;reeoi uieir seven iy ueieiiiiiii)j; 11 poll coustllution al Idiosyni rasles and various external in fluences. , With some the complaint con tinue ior a iniinneroi years 111 a iitilil f orm, and w ithout eansinir any oMhe Injurious result aliove deserilH'iJ, "whlln wltii others thu wur .t clleets are produreit In a short space of time, and cases apparently most harmless may, through Imprudent expo sure, auiniiuuai coin, or unlavorahle ctiiiiirr of Ihe weather, suddeiijy exhibit inline violence ami niuiiiriiiiy which char aclcrie the severest ones. Willi some iiersons this disease tiecoinr (icrlodlcal, al tin ktngl hciw regularly at cer tain seasons each year, as lit the early part spriuii w lien me riiM-s nre 111 iijihiui, anil hence Its name "rose Aiturrli j" or In mld suniuiiir during baying time, when it Is know 11 as 'hay-catarrh." Some claim to able to predict the exact day ami even hour of the attack. They usually consider themselves entirely relieved of the ililllcui ly during the intervals ; but we have rea son to suppose that syiupUim of the com- Jilaiut are constantly pn-Mmt In some mild orm or other, wliicli are roused Into activ by the odor (ici'uliar to cc-ruiu plant with which the atmosphere U liiinreuiinLcil during the seasons mentioned. Thceoui- iaratlv unlet enjoved between the attacks doubt trails to Ilia erronnuus belief that atlu tlon has ceased entirely. DOCTOR FOSTER May be consulted dully Sunday ami WMlneady KvcepftHl, At the rniU'H'.Vfi' s- r,n,i.-.m. BY TELEGRAPH. The Maryland Trouble—The Crisis Reached. BALTIMORE, November 1. Ooverilor Hivauil has decided In remove the Itaillcal ( 'omiiiisslnners, which lias caused additional excllenieiit. lie seys the I'ollee (.oliimliMiouen and the lu.lueji of election were most partisan In their char acters, and were ifiilltv of cross oillclal misconduct; Ho would rail noon the I nibsl States tiotcriinient to uphold hKiuilhorily 11 ib siiniiiii ne [Special to Cincinnati Enquirer.] WASHINGTON, November 1. - Governor Hwann arrived here this even injrandhada peotrncted inh-rvlew' with the. President.' While this Interview was in prnifrcss, iilllelnl eonimiinlcalloiis wero r cetve.d by the I'resldent from (letiernl Cirnnt. who went to Baltimore to-day. w lilt refer enco to Mm aiitlelpatisl troubles In that eitr! ( governor Swann, this evening, eauseil olll- ciiii iiuinws vo oeserveu Uroi ine uninntls sinners. Infi.riiiliij; thorn of their removal I nun oilier. tiovcrnor Hwann will leave liere In the early train to-morrow morning for Italti more, mid will, at ten o'clock -lo-niorrow, appoint) sneeessom to the t'ommbwliniers removed to-ilsy. fiovemor Hwann lias re ceived Inflirinatlnn that a targe portion of 1 ne present iHilire force of Unltiinnre am desirous of acecpllnsf positions under the new t oiiiinissiiiners to be aiipolnted to- ANOTHER REPORT. BALTIMORE, November 1. ' Tim old l'oiiiiiiiBloiici-s liuva tliclr; Aill fnrco out, and will resist 7h deiiiaiitls of the new fbrof for the surrender of the sta tion houses, marshal's olllce. ,Vc, A body of four hundred dismounted cav -airy, who arrived here yetenlay todiem l.iii k for Texas, are now at Kort Mellenry. A rumor says they will bo retained here to 1 act In case of eninrtfciicy. , MIDNIGHT. I.r)te pinple are at the corners of the streets and nearthe news-paja-r offices, illscndn; the matter, but otherwise all Is now quiet. (Jen. t'antiy had an Interview with the Mayor mid police Commissioners. He Is commander of the Middle Department of Maryland. Uninformed them that-If any inllliary organizations were necessary In Baltimore, hu had them already organised, and as he Is the military conimaiujer of the Depnrtlnent, should direct the military oiHTiitions. He said if any blood be shed, that blood will rest upon the heads of the Mayor and I onililissloiiers, but would In sist that order be preserved. If It becomes necessary, he should not hesitato to pur the city under martial law. Thu visit of tieneral ( auby to the city lasted no louder than was necessary tor tlie Interview, uud he (rave the ollichiis Iu question to under stand that he Is acliiiK under the orders of . the War Department. Secretary of War Stanton, has postponed, for the present, Ills contemplated visit to Ohio. ' Telegraph Varieties. INDIANAPOLIS, November 1. The State Supreme Court lias dccldid that the thirteenth article of the Constitu tion is in con II let. with the Constitution of the 1 1 niteil Stales. This decision virtually J abolishes all legal distinctions in regard to color In Indiana. ST. LOUIS, November 1. The Yellowstone arrived at St. Joseph yesterday with seyenty-fivo miners, each linvliir a thousand dollars. The drawer of Mitchell's banking house, at- I.exliiL'ton. Missouri, was robbed at noon L yesterday, of two thousand dollars, by four armed men. - A Newark. New Jersey, dispatch snys: "The Merchants' Insurance (Mice of tills , city was robbed, last nifrliU of lii(MKSl in ISoveriiincnt bonds. The robbery was ef fected by picking the lock of the safe." A Trenton. New Jersey, dispatch says : Hon. Win. W right, linili-d Slates Senator from this State, iiled of consumption, ut Newark, this inornlnu;, Iu the Kcentleth year of Ids ujfr. His term expires in lsiili. , and, consequently, (inventor Ward villi ' have to npiHiint a successor for the balance of the term. Indian Outrages. ST. LOUIS, November 1. lcront Leavenworth we are advised thut two men were lately killed by the Arra- palim's, near Kort Ititfopl. 'olorailo, twenty four miles below Kort linllfrk. The Cheveunes mill Cainancbes, niur- ik-red tlvc emigrants and catured a lot of Midi-en ami horses, ami liurueil wagons. The Cheyeiines were dressed iu uniforms. ami had (ioveriiment anus ami saddles. Tlie Ciimauchcs ami Cheveunes are strung parties, and liavi) taken lifleeu -.. sealis. and a boy and girl prisoners. They 1 have several white chudreii 111 their Caiiiiu. , ; severe siiow-storiu Is reorteu petweeu Denver and Salt, ijike. The snow win two T 1 feet (Vnrp. Trains for llalliday's Overland i r.xpniMi ( ouiiuuiy luul aevuni-y-alx- iniile J frozen to death, One liuudred and sixteen mules were re- ,, cently stolen by the Indians, teu miles east of JiilcsbwrM;. Mexican Affairs. WASHINGTON, November 1. Tlie Mexican Legation lias just received an iiniHirlaiit dispatch from Ueuersl Kseolieda, sent to the Ueneral-iu-cbluf at Monterev. saving that the six Northern Stales. Nueva Lon. Tainnnlipas, Coahuila, Sonom. C'bihiiahiia and Sinalua were, on the If. Ill ol October entirely freed from tho Invading forces of -Maximilian. An ad vanced col utll 11 composed of 4. (SKI men well armed, inuiiitiuni'sl, and euuluistd, lias dre:uly man-bed to opcrute uioiiiist Sail I. ills J'olimi, uist (.SiSI men have been H'nt to co-olM-rate w Kb a column from the State of Ziuntecas against Duraugo. . r roiu the (.-apiiiu we hear mat the Kiiipcror. liy reason nf sli kness and dis tress ol mind 11s to f he health of the Kin- press, bad shut biuisrll up III the Castle uf Chamllciiec. Ills early abdication was luouieturily exected. NEW ESTABLISHMENT J. F. Lentz & Son, United Hn tlircn! KulldhiK, ' Nnrtheait Corner stain anil Konrlli, . DATTTOtT, OHIO, ' ) lsniifatuirtaaildalnii 1 . -. .-' s DOOTS ' AND SHOES U( CTrv ci 4t-rttin. -. - s- Th'r1wr kpon haml nfthi'ir own nmnti. t turu, att thu lmt wurk,alrn( ortBieat til UiUktH, HlllM'M, (sHllUlH, Ml(lrH'l, eU' , or Uttll'at, Ullr , lllf II ft lid U' Hl'U, sftUll Vl lltK'f la tUtt OU10Ut4Tii. v K'! pia ring duns at hoi I uotli ak dural'1 t, -HUt will uiTtt MHiMrUin tu Uinr uuioiucrt :iu4iie ii'ibllc. ( at. nMif VA N A ll H I A I Jt (Ht HAVK Ar- MltlV U Hd jikflttpn, Mtun, t M IUUMAN .tii k V. H. UkK, tUtiHtr. fyitm t-'etirumv IMl ihWi. Hi huiiM H, uiulur (lie Inn name uf X AX IM l il AKii AN A( ti , will Imimui1hu(4 at , , NEW FIRM. VANAUSD ITHIlMAltfifcCO. Wholesale and Retail PCALKKa IN 1 Carsisl. I'lMilMUIiUtlK, aiatflas;,' rupfi llnaaiaii, CttriMla ril. ! w sil,.., I,lnn Uaaiaka,libliaii, an, N 7 4, M A I X NTH K K T, fi b II IIAVTOM. o. i VaNTK1 MKU lUNTS. KAN'K'KKS 4ml F.verlMlv W aulunr immI 1'roitiiu- il'-nc to iJAW-'Hiil Niliel iiiiiin 1 "' 1