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HIIHHAHD IIUOTIIHK, Kopirc HiilldlliJt, lft Main letrtel. DAILY etMFIRK. Par week, (paveoieio Oerrtere...... i. fagr mail eereoeeia, I a ad vane. - a at, . WBKKXY K1UPIRB. , Oaecopy per annum, - S2 u" ATTne KapiBBoiro.lereefraeof peetaae in Mont gomeiy oouniy. Payment m advance id alleeaee.A . JOB PRINTINO 01 every deacriadon, oxeeutaa oa Blanaa Praaaaa,lD ha Mai aile. and nt roaaaoiibli prtcw. Professional Cards. WILMKR H. BELVILLK, ATTOBNBY-AT-LAW, ' PAYTON.OHlw. ' " atTU'K -H: tl Ham .treat, nearly er.yo.lia the Coart Honae, ever Ike ry Wee.la tiara of .tehn s. Boseeerry. "'I.",L ODLIN di OAHILL. Attorneys & Counselors at Law Darmta'i Bulldlwc, T bird street, lalMawtf j AVT0K. OHIO. ., -j.J-.-i. Taenia J. H Haita. V. P. Carry. HIT II CIPPV, iTTOBIKEyi.AT.L4H, ATTSN, 01110. ttUj mlt'' alUin, Third al, jil.leeie j am KsiiriiAo7ioTT, (Lata Prehate Judge.) a. 'PTnRMBV-AT-LA'W. ITI0C .eone etery ehfllipa' ftnttdliig. corner l aeoend aa-J M.iu Btreata, opposite rhe Kranklin J4MLICa KKUNAN, Attorney and Counselor at l aw BILI.EFONTAI N H, OH III, W ILL attend preiautly te all knaiaoae eu'ruted loataoare. u'ii, sM.w.aoyx. joaa a. a'atao. HOVK MeMANOH, iTTORMGTI -AT- I. a. OrriCB NO Itt, THIRD STREET, DAYTON, Room baratoiora oonupiad by J. A. InVMahon, ttiil doer east of the M. 1C. Cuurob near Main .t. aali.iu THOHAK O. LOWK, ATTORNEY AT LAW DAYTON, OHIO. WIIX gi?a prompt attention t all awaiaeai . Iriuted to hit cure. Offlna in Honnao'e Building, TltfrJ tit. a19j UR. CHAULKI H. H, liOKUKH, PROFBHUR of Aaciat and Madera LanmiAfrea vii: Latin, Oreek, KreucR, Spanish, German, end Iai(leh,ooaUnaee tawiwinjf Udie and gentlemen a I .Ue refidnaee of hn remei'iive ai-'holaj. aud at hip awn oftve, B4f itart rJuUdiuit, no. is. au.tfdum A. O. SULLIYAN, PAPER HANGER HOOK IN fOiTOFrrOR BWMHNO, ISO. IR.flKO- OM r look. iiiw.ttiin Professional Cards. Hardware. 4AHHI BHACKLIH, ' Dealel la Coopers' Tools Hardware, && He 11 Third etreet. TtBINO a Draounel mecaanie, X knew what kind 3 Toola lae-kaoioe need, aod aelaoted a Block to auil their wanta. Call aud see rae. eaisutr H A. It D W A. It K BEST OOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES The andermn.d ere dany reeelvlog gnoda pur STiaaail at the lowaat oaaa ralea, via: Mechanic's Tools, H 4 ; , lit,.,. Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Hardware, Farming Tools, TABLE AD POCKET CITLEUY Hill . H Cut Circular finivi, Wltkali efliei ueela in Ika Hardware line.whtrh wf re pretmred te aall aa law aa any beiiae Kaht or Weal Gail aad eaamiue oMr aiek belera puruaamuf al wbore. eUawty ANBKUHUN A D'JBBINS. Co=partnership. oo-faktn F;rtsi 1 1 P. nrt.i oudtir iVie am ni firm of BKKKN K i CTlXUM, for the parpotttte of traS4WtiiK a Wh(lenl aod KeUiil Ulottnui(HOJ MHiYhkiiit iftjioriug jstmioHk-a, &l tta aid aland al W. G. krtn-. M4 Mhin rttei. oi tosi lhaCaun Homw, wtiw iney wauld pleM d fcu aa th oid frianda ol th houi, aud a iimuj new aaauaMy nvor Uiain 'in a can. WILIIA M HKKKNI, ViiTtnn, FbrnarTl,lHrt4-fHllrt:iawl Dissolution. . .. . DISSOLUTION. ...., .... fptt ca p arliiprihip hrt-)fnr.t asmtm Miliar A 1 Ctia.iili. in On M-rtrhint TaitrtD Biiiiim, wki seaotvad hy uiutual cont-mit on Ilia ttrsi ilny al Ktb ru.rr inUnt. Tht booka are o ih hand of Henry Millar, who will ooutinue'h bua nneal the old etand HiwUoa BhIM'dk, corner Tairii and JrhrMa virfU. Tttoee whe hare (!tatm taiui.t the Ann will preniil ihaui for payment, aud i hoae wno ir iniiwWfJ to t)tf Arm are expected aott entile ihr ivxioHbtit wiltioaltiwUy, aa the htxalDa- miin i:iofl. UENRY Ml LKH, Md9w 1 f. iH 4h'K Linimentum. WttKTHI Of the NMKTKmii CKSTliKY, on. is. cuawAVi L 1 1ST I M E 1ST T If W - Far fee epeiy and affacioml ear af H Xi B XT M.-A.T.I S TM preeeatoai tha "Liotnaecluai' tatfc pubjie anaaU the aeet nd mo i rurative meajmu tftetfey, teeoet wietit be auortao4 ciaiuimk fur II turn pewer ai pririniin uiiumii ui uurt-B, itq l4omn that for all the piirNiN of a P A M eat Kmvmr bea Kiown to Fall; taaavcaaaaf Jtauoira, no Biat4er r Uw Ku tud ni. where Ike direcueaa were i-ereMl follow ed, oor, todiHtd, la iba imu el uy di-e fur whu'h ti la raoaraneudea". laoMeeof oeareifia, patna ta tie bark, Je, eaeat.orampi m lae loiuawii, Bprwiii, jjimu ,rn--k,.u tvnd iMknaii. chreaio eere. burns, m-aidn, rr ad feel aad hands, .eeiaeohe, headache, 4t).,ilai Ike otira. The "hiwmenuira U the resuli of many yr perereriii eipeiueol, aud eomUne amautfiu auallenotee Ihe pa;amouni virtues of AN EXTRAORDINARY PENETRATIVE FOWER, WMeA Be ether Lteimeat poaaaaaaa, and arhloh fa aaorelaf Ika unparallaiad auooaaa wkitiA meete Li Dleaaala la " waeraverlt is uaad. TAT IT OHCB. ANSI VOU WIIX RRVKR WITHOUT IT. It la But up ia tsoeut, JU pant, and II IwiUea, fua direaUaaa ror Ami, and oiaiiUf..ltird only by : , . , Ur. :ilN AV, i'rvpneua. Re. a.DTblrd Si , Daylvil olilo Voff ae 1 usdraUauWi aad drujuuta evaryatwra. aullHlAwlf ' ' " ! ' VOL. I. DAYTON, OHIO: MON DAY, AVRIL 4, 1 8G4. NO. 196 ' 1 I Medical. aod it- mra the lha UR DR. ROBACK'S STOMACH ' BITTER. TO BE EXCELLED HTUMAOHIO AJre . Jegulator otm DIGESTIVE ORGANS. ar, voovA.o.e VK v cvvte, o, W "vVV NtvcVv .e., v Wv o," Vv oi a Tti-wvsAvoA. cfew iVvC."BvVvo A..Vrvc W Yfc xxv Souttv !vav,, Vte wvvvcv xv.tt5iva w. o.vVvcV. o'i omaeVv a. te, jk.oL. !vva, ivre. a Bilious Fever, Fever and -ficrue, Liver Complaint, (3y8pep8ia, Indigestion, Jaundioe, Kidney Complaints, anvil o. tW..ae, o$ a tAvtv- j ixxt eomo,tt xixxt, i awo. kOw-Viv too acv i ft. 'BaoWcV i . v J " " i lit. "RoWtV So.vcv "Bxfotyr vtvvtj, oroA Vwe voa; aivV '"Or. ?kooo.cf,, OktWe." aOA vv(vc!Vvoi VU. "Di". "BLoVjacNK.'1 VTe,w--xvW YvaWa, iwVT IWuwwvft. 27. an a gitUrm art put up irk quart i bottles, of whioh t abov i -simile. Th lahl finln gravd, and Is prouilti with a ictft-puard- from oounterftittra. Prioi $1 pr hottU, or U for $5. C. W. Boboak. (Prvpriitor, No. 6 East Fourth Strset, eirwinnati, to whom, qll oriiensj hoiXi t ad dresbed. FOR SALE BY Wm Wemlbetl and W W 4cwart( Dayton; fiarire Dyer, Miamirryor4t: J mms eikccr, rut on; j i; Aii-r-rton.Oeoiervihai F. Myere. Nw Lebanon; tl JvMhod, Cl,nnittr.Ui-kt: I) t. Kiaumi' H nrrinlnuv. 1 B Olwuif, TolniTill: ArnoM A ,tiiitrrl. Mouth Arlinirmn: Mmvf, WhuI Haihimortt: .1 Konhln ii.itih-iU"wi. J VV Muri.lv. Vau'ialia, H Nu-kuU. t.trlvj I K.-, rriiMmrillMNi.eiiii)t. Htrr Wmi J w Pyrnt.nit WilliNiiiAi a H-AiAiiur. U u.t H.kUiinor; f arhxr. Hro. Co; Karkrre.4iiv; and hy I unvmia and Uervbeuu eteruy thiyttJaviti Ittf Viea bUUe aui tjatMdaa. Vi.j Skirts. LOOK OUT FOR THE GIANT SKELETON. f Ar . a.tT V .vwi.Tie.f'' HOOP SKIRT FACTORY AT 3'27, 8Kl'0.NU sT- BKT. MAIN ANl UMU)W We tnf pH-tu'iilflr RffMil'On lo tho nuhty of our msturfiil ani ntf only the U-wt KiiiIihIi .i.ed. U reimlr all ttio eklrla wlixtli wu e l.wtlheal extra Charon. Mfciar ti1h!) ileiiArtvtient it in fhitrffa nf eomitetent lalifH. CorNt'ts tivid ilp'r.il DMxt It-N foii-t-4iilly on hand. ' A WAI.HMAI Hold wtiolpr,8 a.id rcittilHtNo, U7 Mi.ouul i,trt, I'niTion. iKi ny . A." A i i ' ' a Skirts. Medical. t IJf. HTUICKLAND'S MELLIFLUOUS COUIiH BALSAM IUKF.4 (Jf iitrha, Coldn, Hore fhmat, Anlhme aa1 Vy CoiKiiint t in 1 1 le on y tifpnnary tar any huk irouuityti wun ta" fltuipiuiuie to iry on Dome ot Strlcklnudfl Melliiluous (oub BiiImuiii To oonvin.'e itimn thnt it i the ImhI p-fjinrataftn nr imfd. It not on.? uiirsa ibr ahur m t lite ti unit u( dtit? Ihront ami hnnic! lut it rruri'H Mht Hweitts ad Hittinnr of Ulood, aud in an .'li(nt eiirffin (or any kiti'l ol rtur ; Tcroil. It n phiu-iMMt Ui tulf an( nfr, tntduMiie for Intuntii. Pru-o rtftyowtiU piirhotite. For by H. I. Uarnotl, 3'Jtt, Thmi airft, Abin Keller, 7' Main-au-eut. and itruntifiiita ntjnerally fe'2 Insurance. The Best is the Cheapest inmurb with tuk .UTXA IXSUUASCE COMPANY, HARTKOKl), OONN. ' rtKR AND ISLAND NAVIUATION IllrtKI ao oeited, now a heretofore, al lair rata, and htwral conditiona. bUSINKMl CONDUCTKD witA eeusUst diaiattch and ai'urai-v. l.iMSKH ALWAYS MKT wltA roinptne,a and eonipieie jiiaiice. Z) NUT Asdkl JANliAKT, lt4, $o,oos,i)ue a o . TH K PLAN AMI) OKttA HIXA'I luN of the '.taa. (ltr t(iriy-tivt ynira nnvire trial, una realised (hat Ki-'a(3Hi inojic luivania! anu tuccriK ol ine ?a riotiM nyHtomn of Knv 1 n ru mix hi the tnitiulry II In now bctifr than ovir trntmrpl rm div. i. H1XTUKN iUwtA.Niy (.(MHi;LlMSb!ivt'tMen HftC.-tl anil l ii,i. blXiKLN iMIi.LlUfii.S Vb DOLLAKH1 TH K UONril.rMPTIUN OF PriOPRRTY HY FIRK, in tlie LuiUxl nl.tiHti, a?tniK i ovnr on0,iHiodnly In vonr iror'riy rxi')-l aihI inH'roicm.t'' AUK VOU INnlfKKtJf ll nnl, why not Thproit in triHtuf; the duly ie manili; tbertaul t inev your tirtt'Hpu iroin ruin vthilt dlny and ujl't iny mvoive yon in baiiscruc.-yt jiot rty or rrn UMrl.'lKHQiy.WK, l'AKl i;UI,.K ATTKNT10N and togtrd in iv-i lo m mill rit-kri nn wt-ll a Urto ouott. Abln HtH'tir! ly and ii(nor ooi.iiirvial Mdviminu Hirtld Iollcli 1nnu(?1 without Or I ay. tVflf.tlly JOHN II. HT'PPKfM AN.'Aifn . Transportation. Sandusky and Buffalo. Erie Railway Steamboat Co. run rcffulirrly 1 tiaiiliKtllti M-itiiii ,. .,., '.,Ji oaviHiiou liii.wtiiVCjr ai- 1) hIhvh imiim I norlH,1crf:i;T ttau-w of oavii ihe hIhvh imiiiH'i nortH, tho loll. iw.u tif!it-i'ln tjin'W ftf ;tim-rr: OWKi.'O f!ailAio 11. flrYrint IM.KTHMOIjl'Ii... l!attn J. W. Travel, UUHI1MAN CaplaiU 4. Itt.t.eWl lonoet-urg with tha Nna tUilwaj. at Buflalo lor all noun in the Kant. i nt H-wniiiu ainipprire ia iiitiioh to ine niipnr fiu'ilitU'H oHhumI by thiri tints. p,r frrmht or parnae appty to c, in UAii;vt ki.i,, Autat uiuwiau w. iniiiuii, auiu ai Bttuaii'ifc.y. J. M. O'iBOHN, .tn'l rr-ihl ft R. I. 0 M U lHW Dyeing House. D Y E I N G HOUSE, NO. fB'J.ttT. OLA IK, BKT. VOV RTH A FTKTH, - I.yton. Ohio. nlHE umloTtaiimed informs (he pi h fliat he 11 Sprat'iiti uytjr, ami imu eiafjtiinea a n n:"f) c Htov plaou. ami ih now ir,'pHii to-oor at I kind ., . .. ... . .. Ol Hilkn. Huttoe, Kioinn, Wooio uud Cuiiun iojoda toy no I or that may hedemrfd. l-frae ami tiieini romort'O irum an at no oi inorir. He warrant to timth all node it a ttiftfiner to nHdriiw -tiou, havintt ajl arutlee aejurai.aty to frloi'in hie wora u me i4ii,ioaiiiifir. hiiiw ti nn m a ? n w r n 1 Lost. 1, peon are itfi-'otiarnu lra n"t ornwu tV no, ihi-j r"oro aiy 4, UU.tor lour ImodrtuJ aud iwiitylao dollare and ffiitri ivy-iz in;, uurij d4y-fui.d ( nyui-m Vxt National Hank, tue-nnKU, Ifi the or-t, r nf rr ifKWitiii'l. .-uni u" i-a tii i-i"va iua eaittiontid nul lo p oi rw ruethi. mtit.t. ji'ii n a. jiiim Mr.J'ins A. MINIOK: Ine ooe alluded lot-a?a evtir rte'lied ihh I y mil or other- o1, aaj m loituer valid aa asru.nit youoo inr a'ount . ti. vr. KOWI.VNP.. Ciuomantl, fet.rnarv l. tnt4-ll Mil Upholstery. L Janb 1 CUAKIKI HilCHkKi (ILVKHAL irHOLSTHUEll, OHIO BLOCK, 'PMIHD dTRKKT (MR, NITTK1.14 OLD STANDI UAVTUN, OUIO. ALL kuidnal UphoUlennx, mirh at Kofee. Thah-a, Hu.ii, MiatraHUfN Atv,.t'.Hi(,ior.l r. '.arpdawiil And Htll, window I'liilMiii hunn hI. all kni t tt itMlriua doue at lhaeliuitt uU'aud niot reea,be 11 Uruiai. Htiu4Ht0i-Myor OdJeapia jvm! Bwy, farkarA C. Upholstery. Groceries. &c. a la K ii'mith M.U'llairN. KIV AUU U'LSRiVOt aV BKOTI1V.I&. WHOLESALE GROCERS tlraiiiilee, Wlnea. Olne, Olyara and Irlalt Riia si oicn v?itinK . am ieAi,Be ii ' ' Do1" it Ic M'lnen anil JLIutiorit. 4UI, . f.trSMc orrureKourboii Wh.Kkf, Na. :wl Ht.en. tu-ect, Dafton, t)hio, UE'.I ffriTeinnt rpiapentfWlljr to aitMAitjt thfir rna tonttar nod th t'o-mnmiit v K'MwiHlly, that they liH?e n!"t.''l iti'O tmrin-mhlp, untlnr tJiv name and Htvlawf K. O'HKH.N A BlWiHKU, for the purpoav of oir-ftni on tha wholntala urooerv. lienor, ri'jer and (oIn''o hnHint oj n Ditytun, Ohio, h. tha lat land of K. O'ttrpn, No 3!J SfcouJ Htrtwt. HsvIhu amnio miiihiih la ttiflVitv k t: un:hae nond fmni th rnt hont in M.-w Ynvk, tiiiHiiimrp and I'htH'teliihir.. find h:mi;hiiil lllti'cti veara' fnerlfncc in thf trndf, wf hold o-ii the xt iuduca'ni lo enr old ciod ni(rj4nntl -II othem who may be kiod fruuuyl to pttivhii from np. M . "'ItHI KN, l-'ie nt' t Itrm af O'ltrlen A Pop To!flo,i!iM, will -lctfo. hta (una and attention to iiltiiaiii1t t m i?fo who ninT pomn to 1 uy at thin w'U known HoM"i,n'Pl '.O'HKl KN.wil) tr"Ht lha row mutiny ti Hr, if a jiilsli, th n ewt-r before. Unth ol nn fi rcrf nrntliil for pant fnvora, aud earna'-tly ai licit a nbiiri nt yotirfutnru patronaKO iiiilttdtiw m J, U. OltBKKT 4k, CO., Whotottato deal ere In FOHKION AND DOMESTIC GROCERIES & LIQUORS NOH.76 AMP7iMf rrF.HHON fTllKKT, OPP HITK MAKK KT HOV1SK. ulUdly Crorery and Trovision Store. ANTHONY WOHL. No. I MAUK.KT BTUKtvl, AH a jrod npply of ail kindti ef thf b"! Futility i.roctmea and rrovimon, iinra a nour; om nl: roiu ninhdntMj Irutle: natna; arid betf; IK Liml-n jfi- rheo; Holland human; tin; ffte: Miuur: atiia e: elo?ai lohnACo; untifl, A. Alno iHMniiitr; yflldwwarn; witlaw iKattKeie. and, in fsct, avory rtt'tK-l- u'eded by lamili -a. anittd.im "NjiT7Giix5cTm AMU PKOVI fz, T O IsT STORE. vto. t7 KlKTlH STItHHT, UI0K8T'8 BLOCK. S'l'OtlK NKW AN I.) KHKS1I. ".Ot'NTRr rodai'a talten la eiuhanga rorUreoeriaa J or I. An 11 . , , , . oeldiniawliin .uim 111 nrv t,, a "- Br the War, Have Ton Heard - t a mi jiewi i J. A. MINIOK, If AS (aaei.ed kit new ma Stei. large, well-se. JLJL ItHiledandel uw beat qualliy. Mra. A. oallod and fotene doNar'a worth ef TWKLVaUKNTaBaAB.AT HIIHUK'S. Tkenlnast kind. Mra. B.gntenedeUar'eworthar the nwett kind rilUUTKEM OBWT SUIiAB, AT MIMtCK'M Mra. CI. not one deUafa worth or theakeioaat qual ity oi HIXTKKN CBNT et!AR, AT MINIOK'S. Mr. U. any. that ha got the keet qualhy ef Riwea . tUO CllKKBK AT' I. A. MINKJK'B, That he er-dmnk, and Mra. B. aaya ake got the tin ai oi Git IS IN TKA AT i. A. HtNlOK'S. Whla every bofty ealla gata some of that axretlent (KXUf LSIiJR aTltliP, AT J. A. MINIlW r. M. aa. ha purchased atialt barrel ot WW era FIHIT AT 4. A MIIIOK'. DaeidaillyUia l.thMafMr uad wiula tie aup)ilf ot NO. 1 MAOKBRKL. AT .1. A. MISinK'H. Both lor alw and quality, cannot I exelled in tliia or nv other marilei. Ha inviU'. all to oatl at bis eatabttshmant aadia- part h'a aloek of . . citotoa HKti'.n rurjiT, UOFPEKil AND TUAS, kUUAK OF ALL KINDM, Ana the liwjaatand bfartty of Orweriaa to keaaaa in UK' Cily. ma lrK, iKuinriii i on . Corner of Market and JerTeraota Hte Mitv ' ' ' ' ' ' n at J , ." Millinery. UICVO eVCO., m Af PEEU MT, WHSIKHMA Mlllltaerr UotMla Cwm w 8aia PiwerasATi, F.i-t , ISM. Wl arvuuirprrdratlUr)fferlor vmir Insp-Hloii, a iarK Mild Hivaiit t.tl o' Indu e, iiiiimjh, and rbildrau'e ui raw, lur. plaeh and Nit H TS AMD BONNETS, K1BU0NS, HOW fit-, . gATIIKKH, Lacfs,Ilea(l Dresses I!oItings&c t '! lnalnilmg every Jraoriptitm of na 4 uive M W4 I, I K K R V OOO If 8. (lur lacilmea lor Inanntaeuiring Cloaks,Sacques,IiIantilas From all th new fabni'e, are anrh that we eati eitpply thrin lowor than you van them eUewhrre. Our et(M'k of PALI 8HAVLS Compnaeat tke ae?elt.ea in bolli foretunead domea- tio 0rbn?erbeinff eenataatly h Kew Yerr, we wdl otVr all (lool m enr lino hi luwol market pnree for Ca-li. A rait, hfrfer tmakeMD( atavefviiera, wNI reealt your atiyautaett," KttrtpecMnUy, I'F,VtJ& r , ami? Send At Vanirt eiMnM. rinelnf.it. I f J 1 Jf Trunks, &c. ai i i a. bo JEW TUlSi ;S!AlFACT0UY. ' O. II. LOWK, Anient. HO. J7J 'I'll I EM fl'l UKI'.T, 1AVTIN, 1HH. ONK LtUiH UK;T OV lUIHiA tf MAKHI.II VAKU WK would tuoMt r")Hetr.illy in fort the eitiaett of iJavtfa arm Ibe fiMUnt iu ftutial thal w hivAtned a Trvttik manii'aflrry, where we will Mp rn h"nd all bind of Trunk , VftiiMa, C-rH mt. I Tmw lnn Uav, allof wbch we wilt tfll at whole ami or v. M.il an bep eeeny l,eiie ia the Pliv. I'ftriitMtleraitenlion pd lo r pain 114 eW Tronke. A nhare ef pabaumf e aolrpitte". e,di Leather Store. r " NEW LEATHER STORE. All A 91 WK1MUAUTN Bit, tl Third alie-t, KKKI'1 eoulnUy a hiuid all kiada ef lalbar, o.-l, aMola; Ueir; kip; eMk'.aul mona-i-o. Aw. haiiwuu aud la.dia lea liar, skoe ak.rhui, alius . I u b.vli..l M'K'. Laatlar ia lha iouA. - - , ....... 1 n n. .k J A. M 1 , 1. Speculation in New York-A Coming Crash. Not since the war broke out kava shrewd men been so much at ilieir wits end as now. Spei Qlatirm is rnrupant and men are fairly mad with tho gambling mania, out these are unlUdged speculators who have yet to learn how treacherous and uocertain the sea is on which tbev have launched their all Men ol capital are standing alcof flora the madness of this hour. They confidently pre dict A crash thnt will be more sweeping than anything New York lins known this century. A gentleman ol large means culled upon one of our largest and most successful brokersthis week, told him be had $100,000 to invest, and said to him, what would you advise me to do ? Just then A donkey cart went by driv en by nn ashman, ' (to And ask thatuinn," said the broker, "lie knows as much about it I iln." Such is the general lenling among shrewd and experienced capitnlists. The speculations in rent estate the past year linve been aioi:i.hinp. Prices have reached a fig ure that it is impossible to maintain. A bro ker in the eity in 1h:IG hired a house on Fifth aveuue, end took a leuae at $11 U00. Tliut was considered a high price lor it In Janu ary last he underlet the liniii-e nt the rate of $i iiUU a yenr, semi-annually in tidvance. lie now trovehng in burope on the gitin. A house thnt was sold in November for $30,000 nus sold February for $.50,(100, and the owner is grumbling over tho loss ol J 10,000 on the sale, as he has since found a man who would have given hire f 110,000 lr it. Men time been sold out ol house and bonie bv asking what ihey auppoard to be an exorbitant price and finding thiimaelves suddenly taken up. One man olfered a house thut ctiat him $1C,000 for J ',000. His oiler wua immediately tuk When the papers were drawn they were mad" out to a third party to whom the second party bad sold tit an advance of $10,000. An ex- mayor ol tho city, wbo lived in an elegant res- dence in sumptuous siyle, was visited ono day or two ladies, wno asked permission to look at his house, statiug that the bouse next door was for sale but the occupants would not allow them to view it. Ilia bonor courteously formed them that the bouses ia that block were exactly a'iko, and they might examine his bouse as fully as tbey pleased. On leav lug ouool the (allies said to him, "I suppose vou would not ee.ll vour house ?" "Oh vea." satu his Honor, "I would sell anything but my wife aud children." That alter noon be received a note from a leading real estate house, asking hito if ha would sell his honse, and at what price. He ottered it at 1 30 000 The offer was taken at once. The papers were passed and tne money paid that night. Tbe next day it was told for f 40,500. Two or tlueo thing! in this transaction made bis Donor a little unquiet, lie offered his house $10,000 less than bis next door neighbor ask ed. lie had to abandon bis comfortable and luxurious home instantly. He was literally turned into the street. Homebody made flO 000 out of bim. Uelliiig a fashionable re si dence at any price was out ot tbe question Nothing remained for him but the overcrowd ed Fifth avenue Hotel. lie is no with his family in the attio story waiting for something to turn up. Such a state of things cannot abide. Our shrewdest financiers are looking out for a crash. Our leading merchant confeas that they do not know how ta buy or sell. Many ot them are curtailing Ilieir business ; tor, like experienced mariners, they read A storm in the sky, where, to an unpracticed eye, not h in g but fair weather is seen. Hut the inex perienced men of small capital, and profes sional men, are mailing into the opening vnr tax, whose pathway is strewn with gold. New York (JtrretpoHilntee Hott-m Journal. Life on the Moon. te The discoveries of sciene are becoming mere astonishing every day ; and in no de paitmeut are these more interesting than the recent researches ol astronomers in lunar ge- oprnphy - liiitil quit, reoentlv, the surface of the moon baa been supposed to be a vast lifeless desert - Astronomers have abnsed the moon ill every possible way. They have said there wes no heat iu moonshine. Tbey have deni ed li e mooa an atmosphere, and consequently water and oiganie lite. They have made us believe (hat A residence on the moon would be1 exceedingly nndeairable. Tbe old fai(h in tbe ('.oddest ol the Night was quite overturned ill scientific circles, and the fascinations of moonlight were departing day by day. hut all this is changed, and the present ac quaintance of long eyed science with our sat ellite is eery eneecinctly set forth in a summa ry carelully prepared tor the New York Irib tsi, Iron which we learn that Knox and Mel lon! have shown, by very exact observations, that theia is beat in the moon's rays. Zanta descbi has discovered that this beat produces a sensible enect upon tba mimosa An Kug llsh philosopher has lound that the earth is colder during tha first quarter of the moon than it is ia tbe second. Upon tb growth of plants the moon exer cises a remarkable inluence. The chemical actions of light is necceai try lo iheir princi pal work, tlie absorption ot carbon from the carbonic acid gas 01 the atmosphere. Una work all plants carry oa daring the day, and in Ihe night they skep except when the moon ahinec She wakes them and sett then, at work Ho the farmers who plant only just before, the full moon ara right, aud (be arolfers who call llieta tuneratitioua are themselves the foolish ones. For, if sown before or near new moon, the young plants get above gruntul juM ai tha lull, when the leader Ibinge need sleep. But if sowa just before tbe full, they coma up about new moon, paaa Iheir baby hood nnder Ihe smoothing influence of dark nighla, and when the lull noon comes are siutdy urchins, aula 10 work hiplit and dr. Th. mooa-worshipers ara right, also, in re gard to lha influence of the moon upon tbe weather. Ueracbel, Arago and W he well rec ognized (hat tba moon bad torn slight power ' IN i-Aii,T (me t'fiirft, (ilpMv nl", U I onrin-iardoa.. -i One . re, ut tltfyeewe. 1 UDfl iiuimr, ftr.M k One qtara, one month ., ?0 Ob eiuara. an tnoutln 1 w IN WItKLT. One aauara.eiKhtv uidi'. waak, ..-m..II i1" Peraitiiare.eefBweeli la addltiaa,.w.. e far auute, ODa T,ar(... II ''U w'lrtn, lor Al.irt:oniat eoentyiaK a areai aHina, iri-' ralontrr period iltan itm. .ifi.'inil, np l known at tt.a Crtunun, hiMjru. "Ail aoTrti,rn.n l are chfiriii at ilia .liva ral.a, wnta.a n writu-n Hf '.a uinnf i, rnada iirnvioii. te inftrti.n Al! oaairit a I varti.amont, mll,, fP"t forip advana .i'ira"j" i - " 1 in didiirrninit ulnarln. The aailorit go lurlhof, anj ,ay a moon entit up the cloud. At th luat niHeiinK of ill British Affoc alinn, it wne allow ii llmt tho weather thimih a long tMtii-t of jira depended A lit tie a very lillle upon tun pliui' of thu moon, and Quutelet, tha Ii- rettor of the lirnaanli Ubaervatory, baiahown that between the first and last quarters of tho moon, more, and not lea, rain falla than du rinfl tba remainder of the tima. However, liae weather and greater rainlull may go to gether. Kinolly, Webb, after a careful comparison of the present appearance of the moon with the very precise maps made ny Madler some twenty years, ngn, has shown that there have been considerable changes. Some of the small craters, in particular, have a notably different form from what they had when Mmj- ler observed tbem. J heae changes show tho existence of water and an atmosphere. Fath er Seechi, Uirector of the Roman Observatory, after much observation has come to the con clusion, thnt the peuks of the highest moun tains on the moon are covered wun snow. And, to make us still more at home on the moon, DelaHive, the owner of the observatory at i rnwford, near London, gives it as his opinion tlnit what ware at first marked down as seas, and afterwards supposed, to be barren plains, are in lact extensive forests. In support of this comm up a great ostronomio authority Schwtibe, tha discovery of the periodic times of the sun's spots. Besides these great smooth plains, which were called seas, ihete are a number of furrows and wrinkles, neurit a hundred, the nature of which is entirely un known Their length varies from three to thirty-five miles, and their grt alest breadth is about live thousand leet ; moat of them ara considerably narrower. Their sides are par allel and smooth ; some are run in etraigiu lines, and some are gently curved. Ordinar ily they are sepcrale, but sometimes they cross crult-ra, but occasionally they seem to lift cut off by them. They ara lound all over the surface of the moon, except on the mountain rhnins. , Ol these furrows Schwab hat made care ful study at various times. He found them to consist ol very fine parallel dark lines, separ ated by clear spaces. A few months later, the lines of streaks bad disappeared, but after a ' little while tbey returned, again to disappear. In this periodic change be thinks that be finds proof that these lines are rows of trees, aud ' the clear strruks between them are the bar ground aeen when the trees ara leafless ; when , the trees are in lull leaf, the ground is so cov ered as to produce a uniform shade, and tha ' lines disappear. i Nothing is more natural than to suppose that the dark spots on the moon are forests ; but bow shall we account tor the growth ol these trees in right lines? This bypottics is we must lor the present consider to be oniy a hypothesis. With the aid of photography, which will secure for us accurate pictures of the moon from limn to time, we may bopa thnt the question will be solved, and that we may really find out what is going on upon tha surface of our satellite. Nei York lYibune. Direct and Reliable New from Idaho. We are enabled this morning to lay be fur o our readers direct and reliable news Iroin the Idaho gold mines. Dr. E I). Itulph, an old aud well known citizen of this city, went to liaunock last year with a slock af gooJs, .and has juat returned. 'We have had a conversa tion with him, and gather the following; inter esting particulars : First, as lo the gold ; it is thera aod in Urge quantities. The main mining is as yat gulch and sluice mining, although there are two quartz mills, which are paying well. The gold is of A very pure quality worth $18 per . ounce. It is found in the form of nuggets as well aa in that of dust. Tha Dr. showed in a -couple of beautiful nuggets, which Mr. Shoua, ef the Mechanic's Hunk, weighed in our pres encethe one worth f 10, and the other $8. Tbo Uoctor telle ns that he baa himself ' seen nuggets worth $170, while those that are worth $50 lo $100 are quite common. He aaya that last year everybody ia the mines did well. He brings news from a couple of aid resdentsof Kansas City, viz: Jim Vivian and Mr. Underwood. They both spent A coupl of years in Colorado without making; anything, but are now doing woll in Idaho. -Vivian is al Slinking Water Gulch, and em ploys twenty men running a s!uice lie takes out on an overase, $l,llll per day. Under' wood is doing well. A colored man, named Ilurrisen, formerly of this place, has laid up over a thousand dollars, earned by cookiug for a mess Laborers Ara plenty at $6 per day. There it plenty of water for running sluices. The mining is much like (bat iu California in early days. Idaho, as our readers are aware, is tba name of a very large Territory. The two principle mining towns Are Bannock And Virginia City, about 'sixty Sve miles apart, Bannock be in 4 the moat easterly, and situated on the stream called Heaver Head. Tbere are Irum eight hundred to two thousand in -the vicinity of Virgiuia City. The mine arc on (be ea.urn slope of the Kocky Mountains. Stages rnn from Uannoock lo Salt Lake fare six dollars. The people ol Idaho have been cleaning out tha scoundrels lately at A terrible rata. Over twenty have been hang, among them the Sheriff and J'epilly Sheriff of Virginia City. One of tba fellows waa naoieii Gallag'T, and formerly fiom this place. The Uoctor says the trip can be made from here to Banuock, with a mule train, in about seventy daye with oxan, in from ninety to one hundred days Those going should pro cure iheir tool before starting, as tools are very hitrh there shovela $11, etc. Provis ions to I t six months should be taken, lie -is about lo return hima.-lf. Coming as tbeta I statements do from a perfectly reliable and well known man, we are glad In place them' before our readers A'uasus City Ojmmrr rial. How to iitr liif or CoKka Rub them over with tousu-d eheeaend let your fret bang out nf bed f r a uiyhl or two, that lb mice may nibble ibem - If ihe mica du their duty, ' tbe cur will tutticient.