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CITY AND SUBURBAN. I'arlor CiMikiiiK Slow lor Stile' A fust rule I'.irlor (.WMiitf Stove, iivnrly new. 1 fur mile lit Die mil lion 'rootim 'of CliiiUophcr A Npielin.in, Third at rcet, , , . , . -'' f.-$" V omen's Cull' Mux nl (Inpdunin's at wvcnly-live cents. ' , ttriloni'st I""' fnlrdcnllnp" Islheiunlln of II. Helmut. 1H Milin street. - . . Sri.Ksmn Ovi.m oath. Lubemdiitriicf A Son, No. 10 Mnln street, havejust received , lie most niileiidiil lot of overcoats In tin; city, tt hch tlii'y hit nllcrllitf nt very low sr-roH. ( nil mid see them. . ltd.vv t-WV. W. Meyer, Konkhlnderand Dhmk lionk Manufacturer, nnrHiwct corner ir M nl 11 : in t Hci-nwl streets. 1 unlaw 13T Ladles fur lined, Water l'rool lialnmrul.i. Just received nl ( M'ernodintf's, No. ikll Hei ond. between Main and .left"cr son streets. Call null xi't a pnlrbofore they ii if all wilil. Hm Look to Yoiib In miKsr. -I '. Korncdinir. No. .'KM Heeoiul. between Mala and .li'lliT snn streets, will tor tin- next thirty days sell Bouts ami Shoes mill Hals mid Caps at trlctly wholesale prices In order to make room for ft new flock, dim tychenpKocil nt the Ludlow llomlny Mills. . ' noItilO IWVouth"' nnd cl.lldrens' stilts, from 91 to 12. ran now he had lit US Main street, ciistom-inaili' and of owl material. Roy's ANti Vorrii'H Ci.otiiish. An en tiro new apartment -the best In the idl y (list received hv F.cbcuidiurjror & Hon. No. 'KM Main Street. Money Havfi is Monky Mam-:. The nlinve ihunIiii 1 host Illustrated hy jro'i'U to Oooiliniin' popular Hoot Btid Shoo More 110 Main Rtropt. w hore every tlilntrln his line can ho bought so low ns to dofy enm IK'titlon. 111k stock 1m the largest anil host nclccteilln the flty ( ! warrants nil his goods, wwst rips for nothing, nod trlonhard to please nil who favors him with thclrcus toin. No wondor. therefore, that his store im-rowded nil the time with eajrc.r cu-io-mors., (Jive him n oall. by nil moans. , mr-- . MornntiH, lirliiif your Utile hoys to the Enjrle C'lnthltijj Store, nnd you'll he aston sheil how nioe and how ohoap they. pan ho .reused np at IIS Mnln Ktreet. (Ii'.xti.i'.sikn If yon want soinelhln;: to keep your fool warm and dry, provide yourselves with a pair of Seal SUin lined. Huhlier llnlloui. Water Vroof liijiji Shoos, ust received at Nn. ;Wi Second, hotw ecu hin nnd .loll'orsoii streets. They jire somo hlnjf entirely new In liiytoii. ool'idlm C Fkiinmhnu. t1T"For the lnrgeststoek of cnsloin-inndc Overeonls, of nil the , present styles, In cluding long frock coats, tuid of various colors, call nt the Vnglu tJlothlng Store, US Main street, three door south of Market House.' ' ' 1'rovidk koh Wintkr. We would inform our renders that. I.essnor A, Brother hnve received 500 new nnd sound (lovernmont Ovoroonts, nud they oiler them for half Miolrnlue; therefore we would advise our .nders to secureone In time. v - 13T Five himdrcii Mtlttitri' Overcoats. Just received, at the Kagle t lot liing Store. II. Schwarz. ISPEIeetlon returns from Now York and other States, say that everybody got beaten but friend Sohwnrz, who is always ahead In the clothing line, especially, .hi t now he dally receives lnrjre Invoices of custom made clothing, and ran suit everybody in both stylos anil prices. Try him. at IIS Main street, sign of the (ioldcn Ka;;le. tWThe Ludlow Hominy Mills w ill start on Monday next. - tl?Frlend Sthwarz don't inukii idle promises but really velli the nicest miule up, and more especially, the chcnpestclolh ing In Dayton, examine for yourselves, at the Eajfle Clothing Store. 118 Main Htreot. To Biihinkhs Mkn, Waggoner, at the "Atlanta Jiivse," Market street, hns one, two or three rooms, and a good collar to rent, well adapted for almost any business. Possession given (orlhwlth. nootf Fivb uoi.LKs. Cavalry Over Coals for $r 00 at the Kngle Clothing Store, 11S Main Street, Sign (lolden Kngle. Spohtsukn, Attkntion. C.Kerneding. nt Xo. 306 Second, between Main nnd .letter- son streets, has lust received another lot of tliose Kuliber lilp Moots, just llio tiling lor hunting and tlshlng excursions., dim . tW Women's line sewed Balmorals at tiooduian s at 1 00. 1ST Cavalry Over Coats, nil colors at the Eagle Clothing Store. US Main Street. Sign of the (ioldcn Eagle. ... Koh Sai.k. Horse, light wagon, nnd har ness. Iiupiire of W. II. lielvllle. Northeast corner Third and Main streets, m:ldlw tJTThe best ilaee in the city to buy ehenp Feci, is the Ludlow Hominy Mills, noililll AWokdto tiik FfHUC A great deal is siokenof iiow-a-days,u hioli Isthoclieap- est pluce to deal in Dayton, or where h ist- son an rely on a mercluiut's word. We simply roiiuirk, that from amiearaneo. nnd from our own dealing with mcrrlmnfs, we nun menu nenwsrx or tlie Kngle Clolliing Store to Im- astriiiglit-forivaid dealer, and the public enu rely on his word, or that of his men, wlio hih nlwnys readv to wait on customers; his stock Is eerlain'lv hy far the most select nnd eutoni-iiiiule,uiid we would commend our frl Is nnd the public gener ally to give Mr. Scliwarx a cull and exam ine for themselves, at the siirn of the i;.,i,l. en Eagle. US Main street, three doors south oi AiarKci House. i - "Womon'g Kid Shoes at iMdmnh' ut seveniv-iive coins. i Bf.si 's Kii.ticks I'hk-r I!h)hcei). In or der to accommodate all classes who desire to nave pure drinking water this warm weather, it. Best would announce that lie lias reduced the price of his superior Filters to I r. This will place them in the reach of all, and no family should bn without . i ... ' ' ' jyl'Jdtr DKfY Coiii'KTirio.N, I'benshiirger Son, Xo. m Main street, call partlciilur at tention to their new and splendid stock of full and winter Clothing. Thoy defy com petition, and will not bo uiuler.ulj by any other bouse in the city. , , Tun Oi'KiiA (Inrsi;. Tli -rew iis another largo niidleneu kul evwiinc, to w itness tin' pplenilid noting of Miss Western In the boauliliil ami thrlillng play of 'Flrtcr of the Fni-imt " IHjr "Olsy'v J'lcfu" ws the line. I ' rciiililiii'u of the part wo have ever wtltiosscil. ' Tliis'huly ' " linn already iiinde herself a (leeldoil Hivorlti' n llh our Ihoa-tcr-golng M'ople. To-uig.ii. she w ill'nu- poar in tlie gnat ilniiiurof l.uoretiii lior- 1'ia," a ehariu ler einiiii'iitl; ailap. 'd to her tine tragic powers. The,' " it I'nmcnt will conclude wllh the very musiiig I'lreo of the "Irish Tnl'or," In wh hMr. I'm II will lake the Irish rhurnelcr To niorrow niglit has hoei si t npart l' :r the farewell henetlt of Mi : Western, on which occasion she will nji ar In the beau tiful charaoler ol ' Leah, l ie Forsaken.'' l.et licr have n testimonial Worthy of her transrondant. merits s an m i iohs. Sik'I.vI. E iiji. The Illicit. ".o J'Xinml ha the following nnrngraph on "social evils:'' It was a sad sight to see ho iiihiiv rc- speci.ililc young men. nppar. nl ly clerks. In tlie police nock tins (orennoii. charged wlt.li holng innnites of dons of III I' iiiu". Most of the male prisoners were of Mils class. A few gray haired, gent Icuianh looking men Wore anionn the crowd, a. id known to" ho married and Ui have families, lint what can he expected? It is oniiipntpil flint between :m and ;t.UIKI fi in lies lost, to virtue Inhabit this oily, 'f h iii must, ho supported. They liuiipt cVrks to stent from their employers.' Tli-e draw the married man IVinii liis family In si lli siile In their fearful dens. They e. i iit society generally. They, an' as a bo 'y, to soclotv what the dreaded mfelst inni !' to the frail bark that, unfortunately 1 driven In its fatal whirl, our mlice ihwk. l dailv con tain tlie uiinies of aiihapiiy yi ulli who hy the w lies ol t lie wicked feiii.i'e" hnve been led to crime. Divorces were never more numerous Limn nl. present.. All can be Braced to thai frigid lid scourge of society know n as the "social ca II.'' ' 1 This Is n melancholy eonnue.ifary on the nioralsol t'liicngo; hul we think our co ti'inporary takes a sii).'rti.'ial audio some extent very unjust view' of the 'nutter. Ousting the burden of blanie cut irely upon the shoulders of the poor iinfori unal es w ho once .fallen from their iigh vstate are given over to .1 life of shntyie, remorse nnd Unavailing regrets. W hen a woman once becomes, the victim of mill's baseness.it rarely linnpens that she ever retraces her steps. The door of rosoot:ililo soeiely is shut In her face especially by her ow n sox and she is compelled to w ander the remainder of her miserable lite wretched ami fuusakeii outcast. II is. ill iiini'ly-niue isises out of a hundrod. the fault of the other sex that .so iliauy young females wander from tin- path of morality inni virtue, nnd allerw aids pursue a life of sh line and l;r iomin'. l.et. tlie reformat ion be com menced ' In the right ipiarte:'.' mill the 'soelnl e ils" of which the .An ; iiut com plains will ho greatly iniligaled. if not entirely eurcd, not only In Clileago Mil, every w here, else. Moiitai.ity itf Dayton. During the month of October, the Interments nt Wood laud Cemetery ami the Old (Iraveyard, were as follows: KeiiMle i a n i Hul ,vi':ii' mill under i iui io live . . , KlVtfUlteu I'm only tu loi ty I II forty lo sixly . .', , I 2 i Her sixty .... . . 1 lii'llieVXil . . i 0 - H CITY GRAVEYARD. iinu ycfiruii.l umlin' -1 t Toinl k.Ii- H When we eoiisUler that Dayton litis :i pop illation of at U'a4 25,000, the above bill of mortality Is a most striking and gratifying commenlary on the heiilllifiilness of our city. We do not believe Unit, a like show ing can be made by nny other city of it size in tlie country. Hat a.vuI'i'rSioiik. Lebohl .'' I.a.arus No. 71) Main street, Phillips llni.-e build ing, have now on hand a splendid stock of lints, Caps and Furs, to which II cy Invito tlie attention of tlie public. Tin y keep no goods but those of the bo it. ipialily, and it Is tlie only house in tlie oily w lie h nianii. faeturcs Furs to order. Their card w ill be found in our advertising column A S.maiit Consi'aiii.k. Yesterday, while a cnnstahle from New ltlchmoiid wns con veying back then1, from Cincinnati, three biiijlnrs supposed to be the p.ng who made a failure in trying to blow open the Brown County safe oneof the fellows, a they were riding in mi ojien, wagon, nnd nil hand-culled, knocked the olllciiiloul on one side nnd jumped Into the woods from the other, gelling clear. The constable and driver,. both iirmeil, gave no alaim until their arrival at. l!nliiv)a. notwithstanding mere wore iiirooincn ut work inn field less than severity-five yards distant. Tim Democratic Vote in Ohio. Thom as M. Key, the Democrat !o candidate for Supremo )iiit.ludgo nt the late election, received tlie largest Democratic vole ever cast, in Ohio. It was 'J I :i.;ofl, being P,(KWi more than tioueial McCh llan received In ISdl for l'rosldent, nnd 2i'..H00moreihaii Mr. V'lllnnilsghani obtaiuod or (lovcrnor in lSli:l. It Is 1S,(XK) votes in excess ofC.cn crnl Morgan's vote fortiovernor in Isii.v Si'i.KNimi Oymtkhh. The largest nud finest Oysters ot the season are received daily by express, nt Fred, Lunge's Opera House Itestaiir.int, They can not be ex celled In iinllty. Call and try tlicni. iioTikii. B in J'n(ii:-rn. Air. lingers, the Cincin nati architect, raised, this season, ton uiihihIm, o ic vine, weighing W.i pounds. the largest w eighing 1 III pounds, the others HI, 1:10, liKl. and six average SO Hunds. The length of tlie vine was l."i!) feet. The editor ol thu Madisou County )?ut orrat lias In his ollice a rarfith, which weighs sixteen and a half pounds. t'Tlie Israelites of Louisville, whose beautiful Synagogue, on Fourth street, was lately rendered useless by fire, have pur chased the vacant lot on the corner of Sixth and Broadway, w hereon steps are be ing taken to erect a niagnlticent temple, the cost of which will exceed lAO.IKM. The sum paid for the ground w as $i'l,iKS). TiiANKsmviNu. liovcrnor Cox, from Headquarters, at Columbus, ninkes I'roela mutiou that lie has chosen Thursday, the atltli Inst., us the day on w lih li our people may give "J'raUe to (iod our Heavenly Father, for all the manifold mon ies nud abundant goodness with which lie lias erowuod Uie j enr." . . V " fi-Oo to the Ludlow Hominy Mills for clicnp Feed. Ilt'HTON 1 1 A I.T.. By nn advertisement Under the niniHeiiiilnl ImaiU' it w ill be seen that U rover's Oporlitie Company will give one or tlicir grand ouioiuiinmcnis ai Huston Hull, In this oily! on Wednesday ovciilng, Novcinbcr II. This. troupe have eimsed ii groat sensation In innsicnl circles J ii lie irineip;a j'.aieriiciiies, ililit oilmen way to Cliieliinntl, will lake Dayton In the route, ' nt. Iho time nliove staled. Our citizens may reasonably nntlcipalo one of the inost unique ami titlrnotivo, nnisio i) 'rliiriiiaticos oyer w ltnesfed hero. '' ' A $7,000 Burglary. Boile.uiis , Orncc. l ino tailors, w ho lately started In a promising business in Cincinnati, were particularly unfortunate on ycslerday morning, burg blrs btivlng entered their new store, on Kim, bet w ceu Fniirlh ami Flflli. from w hh !i they earned oil' some ST.Oofl Worth ol their clioice.-t goods. A clean sweep was liti'i iilly made by Ihcm of'nll the lino Inoad- ioihs and beavers upon (he broad counter shelves even searching the eap.iclotm diawers for the choice velvets costing I rum (en to I w l ive dnllai'ri per yard by tiie w liole- salo. nnd rich vestings of every descript ion, and leaving the band-lsixes and labels li.i hlnd. Then Inking their time to sn ip the bcauliliilly lilted lip show-w iuduw of the iilimcrous costly palteruslhen knocking oil' the nether bolls from tlie front doer I'leysal'ely passed out. A lady dwelling up stairs, heard it nil, nnd even heard tin scoundrel discuss their work, but was too n inch frightened to put brad out of I he window or uive Hie alarm. Another neigh bor hoard the uolse, but did not mistrust nny thing. This w as nil very adroitly ilone exliihit liigallthe situs of ''ex'ils" In the bur ylarv line; but after all. it ended In a eloan f.iiture. fur other exports, called dclco tivos." in ii few hours there after traced out all the goods, found Ihcm nicely hoxed for shipment on a steamer nnd In n very short I line hail the entire parly ol villa i is. nuin- boi iiig four, one uil old convict. In the St:w- tion bimse, . Their names my llnrgrnvo Myers. Marionlhnl. mid Seyinoiir. 1 Tiik Day oy Day. Thel Jl.li.or the i:li or I lie 1 till lusts.. Is promised to prodilei soiuelhlng liicmorahle another iiWivu-,'( sli-'rri-nlnw, ' Soinetlilng'"!f.and. gloouiv ami peculiar; nllcr the phraseology of (lie tilniaiiacs, tlie sc.icul.ilic observers tell us to look for It "about: this time." I.ik circuses, hut less frciMient in visits, this show Is no new thing. In ISIS, uicteorii displays or unusual nrtlliniicv wore soon on the same niglitof Novoiuber 1J-:I: nnd tigaiu in ISL'J. in l'otsdam. On the satin night in ISIII und IKU, the name iihcnoniis- iioii re-nipeaicd l:i Kumpe nnd America But the most inngiiilliMiut djspluy cau:c in 1S...I, in November. It was visible nil over the I'nited Stales, a partol Mexieoand the West Indies. It caused many ii sinner to think seriously of his "latter end ;" startled pious people with llui awakening fear that. alter nil. Ihcy nilglit. not be exactly pro- pa,ied for the day ol Unal accoiiuls; ilrove to the shelter of Hie shelving rocks (livers belated cooudiimtcrs. nud emlcil most sum marily the rollirklngs nnd salurnalias of anj- ipiaiuily of fast young men. who were audaciously out to '-make a niglit of It !" ' This grand natlnniil show Is Intended to hoi "a free blow" passes and dead-bond tM.els,.i.u no i use. iicedeil--ninl no post poiieuicul on accuuiil of the wcathor," as tyjnuy of the modern Hash exhibitions paste on tlicir bills. Tiik Monf.y Oiiih-h Svsti.m. If s stated that a clerk la one of t he business houses of New York city w a. sent out recently Ii impilre the price of a draft of $1,000 on California, tie aseeri.niued thar It would he three per cent. or Sill. His principal di rected him toy.) to a well-known banker, to see if belter rales could mil bo obtained. The clerk, mistaking flu mime given him, called on J'osl master hi lly, and w as in formed that lilsiiiioncy I'mihl hi) sent by nostiilliec orders lor SJt.' Tbis u'u.annn- i-. peeted poiidltiou of affairs..; nioucy orders had not boon thouglit -of; hut alter duo consideration tlie sum it 'was proposed to send to Call lorn in was forwarded by melius ol tlio-e orders. The rate w as just om half of one per cent. , St i iiKsik (,'ohhtop Onto. The Court wet pursuant to adjournment, at tlie Court room in tlio State Capitol on Tuesday,. N'o veniber 0. lU U-ti o'olock. Tlie .linlges wore all present, and engaged lu eoiiMiltatloii on business before the Court. ' No further call of the docket will be ihiiiIo. until the mret nig oi me ourr. in inc next regular term. eoninicncliig on the first Monday in Di eeinlier next 'ft til 5 . . ' J it ; . rL. S. Sullivan, a young man, rcsidliig in Bartholomew 'OouHty... Indiana, took opium on .Saturday iilghl,.iinil ,lied next day. He married ; yet 4he ilispalch slaU s that -no' cause cntr hn: copjufMin d for the rail iut."'. . It I .'j i t lil.'.li ti" li'V. itobert Stcirart w ill lsMirdaiu- ed as a minister of Hit' gosel.iit flie I'liitod Prit-bj lerifiu Cluircli, coruerof Fourth and .icuersou siiceis, lo-moiinw, tlio, services to commence at eleven o'clock, A. M. . . l1Tlie Jlm-irui) Juuriuii ri'iorts that this hog chotrifi is prevniliiig in tVawfurd county, Ohio, nud is very fatal. One farm er lost one IiiiiiiIiihI and t,wvul.y lings by it. tlf-The spiendid supousiuu bridge, over the Ohio, nt Cincinnati, is m.sll.ivoly prom ised to bo permanently open lu liuit-pas-sengcrs on Hie 1st December prox. I Vti A front riHini ami board lor gentle man and lady, impilre Xo. HS Main Irirl, 1?"lf you want liooks bound, such as Magazines, I'crlodlcals, Histories, ive.',1 in any stylo, plain nnd fuiiev. pli-e esll at mv Biiidory. F. V. Meyer', corner of Ma'tn nnd Sceonil streets! '.," ; ; V, .'(mihm , FALL AMI) WlNTKIi C.iT(IISli. A filll tiN-k of the latest styles ami best un.ilit , just received by Lcliciisburger it Son, No. 10H Main street.. . , t"J5"Hats find Caps very che;ii, nt (jooil tnan's. A. NI'(tAK.W.i., - ' Al l Tl.oNKKltyii'BHAblfei'ATlf;;. li:insN a i, I'llOI'KIU'V.ilK Al.l. KINIl.s-llul si;. Ilol.li iKiihi.s, Sa Hi II sin Nirovl. raplrrlHulltin(. AKn, Wli..li.i.iileaii.t ItelsilfteHlerln Mrv li Tliii.ul i.luilii, 4 inMBiinereii, l'nnr lrt"lii,' Dloy,, ll.i.ir.i , hii.I Niitiuii. ol Mil kiuilv t liViif llliu Willi M .-nil mi.l ilii.l i.vi.i'i lhLi.u ..I. tNfSrtiiry. Hi tiuiiiilwir- Nil. 1111. Main strune, "Rniifre' llillliliiiK, iici ilmir lu iiiMMliiimi', M A $7,000 Burglary. Monetary and Commercial. Dayton Market. DAYTON, November 8. Fi.oi ii Wholesale, S 111 "o; relall. tpl'l oil. Wiikat $1 7.". Chun Old, ll.ic; now, I.'iiii."i0c. A IS l.'io. Iivc-SH i;. , B.vW.f.tprngi $1 '' 1 l' l:ill,l :in (;t :;,. k ' 11 I'l.AX Si I II fill. 'i.o i:ii Si nn nn; niliit". 'Timothy Sit-.ii SH. ' Coi'iT'i' Whoiosaie. .-..sc.; retail, :!. Si iiaii Wliolcsiile, 1 (of I.V,,c.; retail. 1.". (t lll'-'.0 J(.. Mm assi s hole-ale. !H.ic..(u 1 : retail. sfl '.ill. Whisky Wholesale. 'i ."II; relall. $ .10. ... Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI. November 7. I' l uiiji Tlie .market .Is . very-dull, nml pric.'i are, duly 2'iloner. Siitierilm1 v inolc at Shi .,ui.o 1 1 i.i, cstia at l'i to JS1 :i. ind family at wl:l -J.'ii.r 1 1 (in. Sales of 7ii hl'K. this inoriiiug on I 'hange; .Ml lu-N. r e sold at s in. Wiikat The market dull : holders arc isklng the same prices, hut, concessions Would have to be made In order to force sales. No. '2 red is oll'oreil nt tjoj lixu-I Mi. No. 1 nt 8'! !0. nnd extra at K,. There will, snine in.iilr (or srilig v h -1 f. nt $ 1 .' mi'L' for No. j. 'and 8) l.'iei ."si lor No. 1, hut tlio-o pint a! ions arc oui irely nominal. Chun--Tlie mai l. et i as ipiici . No. I old shelled ii In Id at. s-i.nsi... nud some snl.v WTcre made nl I lie-e rales. Old ear is held at 7SifC:i..., mill new e;ir at. .Viut'i:!ie, O.vrs The market w as unchanged nud dull. No. 1 offered at file., and No. 'J at Ho. in elevator. ItYK Tlie market was verv dull. We now ciinto No. 1 nt fl 3 He 1 and No. 2 n(. A I -JocM '..". : I1aiii.iv The recipts nve large, nnd the innrkcl. is hea y. I'riine ijiialilies atone are inquired for'. Prime tall -old at $1 70. Oiiiii'Ufii.s The market rules ipiiei. ami unchanged, w ilh a fair demand nt ::7a : it 1 ,e. lor luir to cluuco Km lollec; -.!i.i l ie. (or 1,'nw Sugar: 1 7 '.i (' 1 7:i , for linrd rcHiu'.l. and Slim :ille. for Porto 1,'ico Molasses. , WnishY The market rules steady at itle. for lioiiilcil. and ill for tree. Si:ki ( lover is ipiiel but Hi in nt XI. Tlniotby Is dull, at :l. ,l'ln i tirni at New York Money Market. NEW YORK, November 7. Mnai'V more act i c nt. rmiNi ner cent . .Sorll'uif dull nl 1011' ,(ii'lli!i'v,. Cold easier, opoulnu at I IS bud cloiii.' nt. 117',,. .... - : s lovernnieid slocks arc linn. Tim W money article enys the money market is active but easier, nl. ."neii perceni . on call. Some of the banks have boon at tempi ing to put up Mieir rates lliiring the Jinst two days, but there Is less iiiovemcul in this direction now. iB,rarv.ori-iwincrJuwiwv-?Ti NEW YORK, November 7. R. R. & P. O. Time Table. To take effect August 29, 1866. CIXI'ISNAI I. II yMII.I'OW AXI HAY TON. ,rrin i 'ihcilllUi i IlPC't'lllllll 1 -;,i!i'in Ksprt" . ilHMilll.lt i Ud'nmiil! )Ks trtwt ini-iiuini i Mail i:itton K III li in jTill ll 111 T::t' u ill KM t ill , ,.IV:(hl u i. . 7.;.:. j. H I ;lift a i; ati. Amu an I i;i:i:.u Wl.SllltN. r.ri-trnt r.iuf - ;i-.v a hi 1 :1l it Ml -i-N i-riit r:(iiv-i 4:ii c m 1IAV H AMI MH IIUIAN. fi'llilil l 'hira:;u M.lii . ; 7 : 1 Ct ;!wi)iiH l nil :,';. S.c'inihH.I.iliiiii n:JUpin itt.Mii aiM Hi'li.til p. .r.-.-, . (.:;. pin IYTiN. XI1MA AXU .M 1M H. 7:'J"lin It,i'l!tii Ad'.iitu.r'.I'.litm. H 111." n t'.t a in I.it-I.'ni 1. ..... . i n i.i fl fli l 111 M'ltl t :n m lh4. ' III Yl'ltUlMHfl 1 4 .JiH'-f ..... .. ; -l II INhtANA CI.N l'l. AN1 AV I'nN AM' KSTl l( a HI j Hh lltlhMlil iHl'l hl.lt.llt.t). . 11 III l li r :-Vt ii iii U'i'iniliiN l JM'I Ihc.Iuo A i,0i in Indian. iiiuIN .V riu.M- . ( m. i;. : CINUNN'ATI, DAYTON AM I AU KHX. rt rrfiain hnvitni Kxim'i- . 7 m. 7 M . :i in V u ill - 1AYIiN AM l'MlM it. m a m M,iil 'A M n hi (.jrH . T:M p n .11 :il a m I 'nvi'- ci't'iv itiiiriiin.' 'vt-it .Minnla . hi ups al M U i I. In .i n a :n I I hunt KntMiii I 'i'lui-i ifiMMt: l-.a-i mi I hi- I -10 :i'iil ;i : Hi l rain .mil Wf.-I mi I lif :l.Mr.ilii inn-l pp.i.nic i l.'kt'l l..-;mr eiiMil u rli. i i, p hi. .1 !.'i I . I i i s.;. A nl POST OFFICE, DAYTON, OHIO, July 20, 1866. r n - airivi' a cliHi' al I'n' mu.v a- lall.fu - : AHK1Y K. llil New York rit v :. New l:.. l.l in I SI. lies ;l'ilillll,.llill. f'l'tMI.I l Ulli.l : ir. i i in-in a i. I.i.ni-vill.' N -i-livill.- 1 1 1 a iiii.Il.ii. I . II. ,v II. U ,n ... :fal W Ii. elii.-r. liaUi .Waili'n 11 IM 5 1Hh. . i: Kt i ti;IH 1 l.ir.ilili.iia.llelr..il :Iil'l'lll-hii' ' Mini Vi'iii.-i 1 1 1 r. 7 ;ii '2 Imliaiiaeiile. I iiilniiiu. ::lil I iiIiiiiiIii... I ill, n. li,. Iiiii,.;,. I .V In, I I enl i at IVav !tn i l. vehllnl. I Ilii.l. . aal lie in;,.. -Jllimij. ill) Mlmilie ., Ill-, .,1 V..- I'll VV .1 V I iiIiiiiiIiii. a.' . ba l .ll . i-l. l'il Vt iv :l. Iiie. Ion A Mm in, f. in W ,t . I.', s. u, ,(,, v a v . .' :lll Ua tell , I lii.nl I -l-li.-o iill. I IIii.i i.l.iiiu-v .'.N Al.i ,i I,', Viu.dalm.i 'tnial,!. 'i'uis.. sal !l'llina,l.iUli'Yi.lk,lile,..h le.ii is, 1 1, i, -ii al 7 a V : i i .-;,l 7 Mi 111 :ir. 111:1111 II HI III INI iieim iini. Sua Ipell .11 A l It, III A ll ll I I 1 1 11 I ' M lll'ltli I It. V WAIIIIK BERK & WAYMIRE, I (Miivc- rux tu !. Ii. S jietnif r ) ' ' und n HT-vnxsHi-'., At lilt. I.I.I Slilllll fill 't'llO'.l 1.1 I .-l t . II I'-1 ill I 11,11. I1.llie, 11(11 I. .11. 4 1.11. t.eei i ili-lii,ill 1111111111,1 ; 1. 1 1.. nl U I .net Mel.illi.. I ., Iliitisi :x itml t'liri litiJfM I'n ru'si, -il '. Punctual Attemlanco at. r,l! Times. J'h.'V will a..i .illeii'l Iii llui 1,-niti.; mil ai,, li-.t-linref coriicS, u hen I be 11' ,Mi'viii iiiav l.u ie.ilir,'ll. le.rMlli u I'm Opcivt-IIo tlHO HAT STORE, t ;. KVrttV MK..'KIITI!( 0I PT A1S, CA. 1S. AMI Gout If; mn 3 Fu i uhld ? ('H)ODS, riJttS! rOJU! FURS! lA'tw' ivut .'ilUJi'rHM's Vim f I'vcrji d-.R(rJplin. tulPilii, Wilf "and WhVv 'ex All IkihuIiI ilo t li-iiui Hie iieoiiil,ii'l..rii.s. toiil ft III le ...I. I lit i,'-u;ll yni fj.tiie,, i , . i Our Trices Defy Competition. .Yew oi7n lU-evlvetl lU-ev) ll'eW,. ' i K, A. IIKUHM W. ' ' No IM 41 ill) kI. Oio a-linn... t i.rner, dMu.illv Kmimi.ijiii.i. POST OFFICE, DAYTON, OHIO, July 20, 1866. SYMPTOMS OF CATARRH. BY DOCTOR FOSTER. NOW PRACTICING AT THE PHILLIPS HOUSE, DAYTON. a l Alien is ii discuse of Hie niiieoiis incni bnme ot the nil' il i:e--.ifres nud tbnsii evl ties of the heinl colli in UilHMl illjr It ll them. Iieiunilleiuil :is il niie,nr in i 1 ll i-1 sinjrc'i. ilisnpt lu Us iirojrres.' in become lnt rtl meiibil in c.iii ini; the los or 1 1 1 1 1:1 i i iiii ti t of smell, tu-te, beiii in;', nud slirln. nnd in eriniiii.'; Hcrions eoiistitiiiloiuil deifini'e innilht mil. 1 1 1 , 1 1 . 'i 1 1 1 1 1 I .'i iiliuil iil in coii-uniit ion. At I lie commencement of I he niiilndy. the symptoms nre Hueeofnu oiiliiuiry cold. A li'-'llll!; of il'l'ililtioti. pensltiveliess. ,c:lt or t:lili is e ,n riejieed lu till' nose. Hie eilec' olMliii h mv inl nnd swollen, i.u.i wliieh Is soiied up sometimes on one side, ftome times on the oilier, nnd oee:iitii.:dly on lioiii. reiiderin j re-(ii I'm I ioiit hri'ii.h it ei I her rii'.li.ult or iiiii.ossiblc. 'I'lii condition is lice, iil,l;lt, led hv n fl'i'lplfilt lle-il'e In sliei'e. ,'ltid :l dlsi Icnyc o. nl tirst clelir. .icri.i liter. .il'ei' ni tls ol :i pro'l'ii-e thiet. yclloivi-h nnd cNlreinely nlfcii-'ive ncitter. This seerelion bei onies itiridi'nt nnd in-ere'i-'.'il in ipciiitil y lis flic complaint pi o- frt'e-l"'. :l--llllies Mil CNCecdiliely fetid mini' mi. ! forms one of the most cliiir.ii'f. re I ir lenlill'es of Hie di-eii-e. nnd il solll'ee of tile 'To:ito-t iilili.i':inec Hint iliiueer. It escnpe-' not I'ldy by the niwe. but. j.n-'-cs lulu the llii'onl. prodic In;; by its lo..rmeiit loea! i i rit .it inn. mid i'eiiiirc- freipient e peetor:i itou. ii;i. K i iiif. or scripinc; lei' its removal. As i: pii.ii'.e into i lie throat is very I li I'm ilil. lied by :i horizontal position of Hie li.iily. lecp Is iVi'iiieti'lv itlsiurbed by :i seti .iit ion of cltoMu' In consequence, and iiiauv lire olili;. cd to lie ill M sellll-reellm-bent position looliUiin iiim-iiks ry repo-c. il in;j to tlie iiUliinmiiilioe ..mil beat In the head. I lie w alery portion of the dih'cluirjrc odeii eViHilate-. mid the i-esL assuming; n eilllililioll of snliility. is deposited Upon the inru; iraiie ni I lie no-c tiiul upper part ot I lie . eroat. In Hie sii'ipe ol i nisi s or ha rib cued luinpo. The aei llinuliition of these in ernstiil ion proiliicesii Icclin nf iliseoiu- lort. did liiirrows tlie nasal irissnires so its Ui citibfirrass respiration, tlicretore, ft'e ipi.'iil cll'orls are reiiuii'i'd In r-'inovc tlicni, eillier by foicilily blow ini; the nose orliy persistent haw l.lni;. n iraeticc as disaerce ilblc to I lie one iitlei'led as iL is to t hose .'irouuij him. That nidc of the incrustation which adhered In the iniieoiis inembriiiic. w (ll. alter its removal, sinuel iines be found lilooih, a fact w I'.ieh explains the force re iHiicu for it. iti.-liidiuciil,. lliiring sleep t he-.e i ue ru -tut ion-, aeeii null :i tu more rap idly, and the feolin Is Hicrelnrc must m,. cnnt'oi i ilile in the morning, onietiuies nil cilorts toi ler the I'lrnal :ire fulile un til nllcr brciiKfast, or ullcr solin' stiiiiulanl ha ' linn sw allow cd. i Iceialion of the iniieoiis iiieiulii'aue of I he no-c- lakes iilacc liciiucntly, soiiiclluit s iiiia. kiiijr the lionc, when small particles of this siih.stanci. villi oec.i.ioiially be found mixed with Hie di- cliai'v'e. , J he luealli afsniiiln nil excessively fetid and sickeninjr odor, and becomes occasion ally so o.l'ensivc as in render the paiicui an oiiu'i I, i, . Hi-fiisl lo liim-iil as well as i otliels. 'J'h cumulation of Hie di -har;.'e. to ireiln r nilli Hie lliii'hcned condition of Hi milfoils ineinliriiiie, renders respiration Ini'iiiiffli Hie nasal passu. ves very diltieiilt a, nl .-ll, iillines i iinitissi I ile in.ei.sutt.il ! respir.it i il priuclpally thioiih the iiioiilfi ii met! nl very deleterious to I he .'cncral iu'iilHi, ail. more pari iculariv so lo tin luiis w neb liccoiue weak nnd irrilald i ue von lo-es i;.s uni-li al quality. :uu as. sullies a n-eoidaiil. liar: Ii. and iiiisnl ehai- m ter: I sense rM xuicli iLeiunca nine! Iiiip.nreii or i" liielv lost, and Hie -nine i I' feel, liioiili less 1 1 ei j i ii 1 1 1 . i.- . ii ii I iii'ii on Inste. ii asionallv. w line mow in;r the mis. a er:iekli i"; or liiibliline; sound is heard In lluf ear-, anil liearin' liceonies (piiie ihicl, or sliinp. il up. lint return, siiddenlv, w ith -oi.ielnii ; like a Miappiii'i s.iiiihI. 'lhi- H Kin i ii. noii may be repented several times, urn ii iiei. mi: ""es noi ret ill ii, mil p'tuain pen n.ii ii ,i ly Injured. I n oilier eases hear- ni'i i- in , so fiiiiliiallv Hull a con-iilci'alil i!er deal'iiess limy exi t before tin p. Nin I . rcnllv aware of the fact. Kit Iter eoiidilion isofleii ilcconipanieil with noises in the h, i.l ol every conceivable deseri) lion, in rially inerea Une; Hie ili-in-s of I tin mile! . r. 'I'le'cyc arc apl lo hr-coine weal.-, irrilable. an l di p, ei o n ater on exposure to cold a. u w luo. or liiti r the slmlile-i cNertiou. A .nin. In ireor less ueiitc. or ii disl ressim. leenn:' in pres-ure is c H'l'ieiiceil over Hn ei is. in d -iimeliliicd on Hie too or len-L nl In-' head mil al o naiii in the lin e, eloselv e-eniliiii' r, lieiiraleia, lor w hich it Is verv Hen ini' ikeii. 1 li. distress iu il,,. head .i likens I ic nieluol'V mill lll-oilllei s .irril'i. tnlit V aui moroseiie--ot iti-i..st ion. Tin koinai Ii ' ein rallv siill'crs moicor lets, and hi tiles m cak anil IITIIahc: Ihe amielil. nprii I, us and ueai ly ,ilw av s h n in i,, iiini'iinifr. in e'el'C ca-es ihc sv-teni I'i'.-oiucs ItMilile nud brostratcd. I'his i lllatiifi'-ii 'I tiy H di-lio-itiou o drowsilies and sleen -ivcrsloil to ciLhcr liln i. ,il or iiientiil evriioii. am a lee hit i.i i,iii..-tii and weakness. Niit uiii .cipiciiHv catarrh peves t'alal, o -icr ii ..iciiiiiiiii io uic .sysicni illal w cm ii' oiu paiieiu.or oj 1 1'aveluif.r ilow n- ,er.l ami piixlii. -niir llil'i.iiL fiifections. it nin hit i . arid, finally, f oxm ui'i inv. Ii may be -al.iy awitcd thau iilier heredita- pi-cili-'Kisiliim, i-iiffirrli is tlio iiu,,i lr. ipienl a ol iiiiportaul causi' nl' this fatal -omplaiut , '1 lie syiiinloiiis of catarrh vary cousider iblv in dii'.'cretit iiiilividiiiil i, (.he dei'ree ot I lu-ir sex ei it depciiiliii.'iiiiiiii eoitsttiut lon- a I i I ni- i, ra - ics anil larioiis I'Mernal iu lliniiccs. Willi some I he complaint eon- i nines ii. r a iiiiinoeroi v ear- in a inllil lorin. an lwiilioiit eaiiin any of the liiinrioii n .ills alio! C descl ilied. hill' w itli olheiv uil the oi si cll'eels are produced it. a short ifl iiieanil chsch apparently most Inn nil. ss may. tliiouh Iniprudeiit expo sure, ad, iliimal cold, or uulavorablc eh niiresol the weather, saulilculy exhibit ill I he viol nee ami luiili.nily which char acterize I ,'ie severest ones. W illi sonic persons this disease becomes periodical, allaeklinrtliein regularly at cer tain wa-oiiH eacli year, ns in the curly part ol spriu-jt wheit Hie rose are in bloom, and hence iii. name "i..mi catarrh ;" or iu luid siimiiier iliiriie.r Iiiii'iiil; timn, when It is know ii as "liav-eaiarrli." Some claim to la'ahlcto pre, I'n t the c:,ui I day und oven hour of the attack, 'i'hev li-nallv oousider lliemsi'lvesi entirely relieved ot I lie ilillieul l y ilnrin' I lie Intervals ; but n e hnve rea miii tn.iipHi-e I. hat s. tiiphuiis of llitic.mi- pl.lilll Mi nsliiiilly p re-en I III some lililil t'oriil or other, which arc rou-ed Into activ ity by the odor cculiar to ceruiu planl. witb which the uliuosphcrc is iiiipremiteil duriln.' the seasons mentioned. The cnni paralive ipilet eiijoved between the attacks noilindil leads to the errnlieoils belief thul the alfecHon bus eeii-ed entirely. -docto? rosTinn ', May be con-ulu d daily Sunday am! WrilucMlny I'vi cptisl, At the rjiu ui'S;lIoi 8K, lUy ton, Ohio. BY TELEGRAPH. Off for Mexico. WASHINGTON. November 7. I'Mwnrd In. l'linii t, us tn-il,!,. ,.,..t ..I ...l -iliel'l lMl .. I .......it.... n u.. t i i.. n. iiii-Ai.i, loin 111 ooinimiiy with Ueneral Slierinnn' chief ut , stall, letl lierelhlsfvciitnp fur New WtrUi I v in re inevwl l HH all llm oi-iivalnl mir Mexican Minl-lcr, Hon. I,. I . Campbell, and (lencnil .Sherman, w ho Are expected lo ari-lxe In '.iw Vm-lt I.. ...... ...... ' ri-iinii inn lil'jl, day. I'he entire piirty will nail from New 1011,1111 , era v ruz. pnuianiy ml Mituritay , next, upon the Vi. '-il States Ftennui' '' Sllsollc.llllllllil. Hi.... r.t nt. iiu.li ilol.t ..,. heiiyrccd on, Hi oillclallv inci t aa It h . tlio, jr iepic-eiiiaies ui vnc aiexicilll licplllUIC. Gold from Idaho. ST. LOUIS, November 7. Mackinaw bunts, bringing wftii them' Imlf it million In dust. .' Seven bonis left 1'ort llcntoll on IhcTth of October, with live hundred lulncr-i nnd 1 ii million In dust. One bout mink nn the piis-aee. but no vnliuihlBs w ere limt. . vcr I line hiiinlreil liuliaus alleiupled. a I line I'orl 1,'ieo. lo nt tack them, but were intimi dated nnd hurried oil'. From Washington. WASHINGTON, November 7. A (fical pressiini has been hroii.rht to iie ir upon t,he t'rcsideiili w llhln the jiast w cel.. tor the appointment of Hon. Thomas spooner. nl ( "iiiciannl I. as I 'oiiniiis-iouer of Internal Kcvcihic. , , Scleral oilier iipplhaiits br the I'llice have turned up w ithin the past lew tint's, finion them (o'licral roininuKer, rccenily a ciiiiilidiite lor ( 'onirress in tHilo in the Tenth Idslriel. M r. Spooner w ill, no doubt, receive the appointment, should Mr. l!ol lins. the present incumbent, be reiuoveil. It Is iMtiinated that the revenue from all loiirees. for Hie present li-eiil venr. will lie -i ! ii ml i-o.l and lilly inillionsof dollaiH. . An invcstijjallon Into the prccnt syitent of taxation lin. tbrcihly Hiiiiiteil tlie lin-t (lenitive iniporlfinoc oi' larr;c reduclious of" inlcii.fil taxation mid HietarilV law reu nite. It is well known that the revenue from these sources trreatly exceeds the :ii noil ii ( in eessary foriiuveeo'iioniicnl admin istration of the tlorein'nieiit, Includlnft the interest on Hie matured debt, and an ample sum for a sinking fund. Fenians in Canada—Another Conviction. vii'tiitn. TORONTO, November 7. To-day IVni. Slavcn was placed on trial as nn American citizen, chaitcil with liavine; invaded this country on tlie 1st of -liinc. A verdict of pnilly was rendered, nnd the. prisoner sentenced to he lumped on the Kith of lleeenibcr. !' The .Iiiiiti' said he w ould lay the case be fore the ( lovcrnor, and. no doubt, the sen tence would he commuted, us the prisoner did not ciirae;c lu nny nets of violence. MONTREAL, November 7. here, havine- been requested by llic'l'iiilcd Slates (iovciunieiit; in dctciul the I'cidan prisoiicrs here, w hose trials w ill commence iu I leceinber. I'lithcr McMiilion. under sentence (1f denth, has dclcriniiied to appeal for a new trial. An application for n new trial w ill also be made iu iH'litilf of Colonel Lynch. Illinois Election. CHICAGO, November 7. majorlly in the city Is consid erably over six tliousund. and iii the county it w ill fall very little, if any, below ten ihouaiid. ' , , The I'enians, ami iiiauv other Irishmen of this city, voted the straight Kc publicim ticket. The Slfitcof Illinois irivcn a KeHililic:iu luaiorily of iihoiit fotty thousand. The delegation iu (Seiiircss w ill ' stand divided, politically, about the same as now. (iovciiior O.jl 'sby telegraphs (icncral l.oeau that he I . elected to ( oiieress by the laiy.Kt inajority that any liiiiu ever received. Statement of the Public Debt. WASHINGTON, November 7. The folliMvlne; i. ihe Hlateincnt of the l.uhlic debt of the I'liitcd Stales on tlie lt of Novcinhcr, lsilil ; !i:ill' llKAIUMI I'otN INTFIiKSST. rive n r it ill 1 1 i . I - few I Ml firs) on Mv pi'l'i'i'iU. Itiinit- nl' ISJ',7 IIH jr. Ill 1711 S'l -i i ! I'eiit. Kiini,. ,,f Issc. '.S'-l,7:l..l.7.'jl HI si ner. -nil i''ive-iii.ii tieiiii. n-iftai tun mi Nai v fi n. in n I' nn, I. II.7M.MD l 'l iit.il ilel.l lienriiiK .'"ill iliteresl. ti.'!.ll,UH,Ml Ml Oi l! I' lllMlll.Xii I t'lllll NCV INI'fcUMT. in I.,. ii. I. :i.siw nun nn I Iii'i i Nel l i.iiiiiilinl Inlcrcit 1H 5t mi in 7vi ni i.aiiii im I'luie yoii'iSfvi'ii.tliirly N,.te. 'I'.ilal .Iclit Uciii in-eiirivury in Icrest , s.s n,,4ir. 9 . 1 1 Matured ilelil n.it iil-eiil', fur ' . s. ii.iijiicni cw,iK,w'tr , TOTAL 1KIIT IIKAIIINd KO IXTKKtSI'. t.a miiite. n.ii.ik fme iiiK an l ii.'l i.'nal I i,:shutii at l'.'.n-il lii.s'.si.'.iNi nn .. I I'lllli.'illc l"'ai iuiii)'m n I'm ,1 il. lit (f... asi .im :a AMiU'X T IN TIII.ASI IIV. '"'"' funnies 1 "l'1' '!' 7 W.WtM.'.Hli (17 '''I'l iiiwi.iihii ia Viih.lilll el ilchl. Icarash In T'reas. io . Sf-)MI,110 (105 7 . flic fiiiviroinir is ,, laineet statement, of i he eil,ie ih hl. as appears from the books nni I' rciisurers' relurns In the I icnartmeiir. on the l-t of November. 1m'.II. HUGH McCULLOCH "Secretary of the Treasury." Premium Carriage Factory. J.LANCDON & BRO., still fiuititific to iu;tuii!'tt liiru At. tin lr Kai tnry, S.is. ll. 13 aUl ir,, Kourt, ,ir,.u.. , ' Keiiftirinr; Done Neatly and Promptly. Alitn. likAi.taot iv SADDLERY HARDWARE, UAiuilAQE, TRIM MIKG-, . , -ami- 5 . . ,",: BuiLDirJo hardware; f an JHinHm Xu. m nmtm Mrret. . ' liimrtrrof : RHIJIN WBIN f?xlTAWEA WINE, No. -JJO Th inl Strict. Jyi.lir Dnytou, OHio, Or C. McDERMONT, ' '' 1 Surgeon General of Ohio. 'HHI -4l.ltNI K TlllKH Al W IJ.KIMinM' II lltl KS, l VI1lN,llli). ixm 1 j Aliniiils(int.r' illi. '. T" ,i N'lirtl K i li... l,v cirru llisl IWnulM.crilM-r li.i ' . '" " ' "' '',' .Ulm. u l,,i,,.ir,t.. ' j "1 lh,'..l, N,1 I l,,l,,k,,,,e.i Ui, , el Mi.iii ii. mrry I mnity avil ii,i nt iilim ' ' ' . ' a , . ,,. JOHN KAV KH, Jr.