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CA11U) 1MILY JJUJiLHTIN, SATUHlJAY, SBI'TEIKKR 20,. 1873.
tprr ot tb City
l oIy Mnrnlnr Isiy
lh4 la oultsrrsa Illlnnl,
1KLV. BJItor nd l'ubilsher
THE DAILY l'ULLKTIN :
arrler, In advsuce 10 04
carrier if not pild In
fmaU 1 W
AK WKKKI.Y BULLETIN
irlr bM redueed the nubtcrlp
tie Wkscly ClIRO BCLMTIN
r per annum, making It the
f published In doutaorn Illlnol
mailer on rtry put-.
o fair, according to prcs
ntu, is a complctu success.
r, up to Juno .'JO, the ad
rpcot 820(l,:nri,24J, -while
previous tlic expenditure
7,f00, an increase the last
c previous year of S10,0!)7,-
'eleven million dollar.'.
ling epidemic of typhoid
roken out in the west end of
uich the physicians ascribo
used in the neighborhood,
'ever first made its appear.
ft y, it wa? noticed by a pny-
tuc persons attacked, ou-
milk from a ccrtoiu dairy,
urthor examination, ho be
need that the milk was con
with typhoid poison, and
ing the disease. Tho cause
ectd milk could not bo din-
ex-Chief of 1'ollce Campbell deilred an In
irvw with her. Flndlnc thu door tied
on tlio liulda thu jailor cut tho strings nnd
onterod the apartment. Looking ntiprily
toward tbu Intruder Katoselr.od a book In
a threatening manner and demanded what
bo wantod. On bolng told, sho replied,
'I don't citro to too him. I want you to
know I'm ft lady, and 1 don't want anyone
to como Into my room without first knock
ing and aklng permission, if you try
that again I'll complain to tho sheriff. '
aut, iu his administration of
ire for now nearly five year,
taken any htcp wliich has
.vcrfco criticism irrei-pective
o the same extent as his re
intment of A. 11. Hhcphcrd,
t the district of Columbia ;
was former vice-president of
of public works of tho (lis
jhared the general condcut
ted upon the members of tho
their reckless expenditures of
funds, by which the district
plunged hopelessly into debt.
L-st Republicans of Washing-
itj censure tho president un
' and the over-burdened tax
: tho whole country will make
Wause with them when it i sun-
that, it is the purpose of the
ition to shift the payment of
:cdness of the district, twenty
of dollars, upon tho
of the countrr. It is
u unquestionable author
ae resignation of Gov. Cooke
ppointmcnt of a man who lias
been governor, whose reckless
lire of government appropria-
ommendcJ by the president
ing the resignation of .Mr.
but the beginning of a
I foist on the government the
iebtedness of the District of
) and make the credit of the
'tates responsible for uot lc-s
faty millions oi indebtedness
d by the territorial govern
w less than three years in ex
ind that the president, in his
ual message, will recommend
ler in which this may be done.
3XDITIO.V OF snilEVK-
BBFOKE TUB FEVER
f icasbun; llcra ! I
wi ot nature and tliu lawi of
have both been outraire-J in
rt, and the people of that unfor-
kco are payinc the Pennltr. W
ioutly heard that the town wai
ibly bitty condition. We bad
II that tbo bodies of putrid ani-
to be seen swelterlnc in the tun
nt portion! of tbu city, while
ei reeking with filth and mill-
bors were poiioalcg tbo entire at
i in every direction, but our in
dxriYtd from a Kentiernan of
(iuJ1 uaie oi nets tbat il
y appalling, and if not properly
for would bereeeitel with jn.
S informed that a Wl baying on
bundrod or more Texan cattU
junk in Ked riror, nmr Shrv.
kexplicable and incredible ai the
it mav icon, we are informed that
kd animali bavo ben fishwi from
. ik and taken ashore for their hides
I aftar beinc skinned, the bloated
lave been pormlttod to remain ei
la burning tun where ihor have
p and poltoned, with tho sicken
frU arising from these docarine
tbe whole atmosphere. It it
lag, or rawer it it not perfi-ctiy
that iucu a violation or inn lawi
should be fullownd by a frinht-
tnic? The wonder i. that the
n of Slirevnpart Iim not already
(mated by the ravage of rnaliic-
hui fever, or iome equally iloadly
HISTOUV OF YELLOW FEVER
I Memphis A.il vnrli
Thti iitho third viiil Uruuzo John bat
made to our city of tbe UlulU. Tho first
time ho pretentud biiusolf was on the Ith
or September, lsot, wncn a portion oi tno
1-1 b... .I..nn 11 1 M'
.low vriigauif p.vniiioi ... ... i .
IliH' crow wero iirotrated. Tho boat lay
at tho foot of MonroK itreetyind wa aftor-
ward med n n hopital for the tak.
Thediieate wa very fatal that year, con
tinued until frot, "and carried off many
ncrioni. Nearly all of tho rivur towns
betwoen hero and No'vUrleani, and along
the Yazoo' l'ed and Ouarhita, and many
places In tho interior, inllercJ, and many
wero almost depopulated.
inn acroND timb
the yellow. hucd monster appeared hero
wnt on tho 12tu or bptembur, lUi,
and tho Held of groateit mortality wnt on
Court street oxlwidcd, tint outer tnd of
Adams street, and tho surrounding neigh
borhood. Tho number carried off that
year was large, but tho event it froth in
tho minds of tho people, and it i uipIcm
to glvo turtlior details, except tnnl irost
wai Jtmiually late, and until it camo tho
diseaso thuwed no abatement.
TUB l'KESK.NT IS IT.
This timo Ytillow .lack hat cmno oarliur
than ever boforo, and tlio fover has been
hero for several week; pat, around thu
navy yard neighborhood, tpreadlng grail-
uwj tia slowly In an easterly direction.
l uuoruay a iw cams wero nearu ol be
tween Third nnd l'ourvti, m tuohurigo
trcol, and sovoral of tho cross itrecti in
that vicinity havo tk people upon Ihutn,
but so far tbo malady ipruadt slowly, nnd
as frott it not moro than threo or four
weeks away, the sickness may uot spread
UuW THK KlltSf CASU CiLltE.
It it protty woll nuthcnticatcl that tho
fl rat ca'o of the fover hero came from nn
upward bound steamer.
Tbu towboat Boo passoti hero on tho
10th of August, stopping near tho mouth
or wolf river. Mio put oU a poverty-
stricken old man named l)vl, who died
the next day and was hurlod by Hoist.
Tbo boat passed on up tbo river, and near
Osceola tho next night, Capt. ('. II. doll,
tho boat's commander, dfetl ot wliat was
called bilious fover. The Captain's re
mains were brought hero placed in a me
tallic cae by IIilit and Company, and
sent to St. JAiui. Another ponon sick
with fever, is aid to havo beon put ashore
by the ISeo at thu tamo time, who, aftor
lingering a day or two, died.
Subsequently, several porsons were ta
ken, and tbe disease spread slowly until
tho whole of Happy H jllow s ptniplo were
moro or lcs afflict"-J. Th next jip trip
of tbe towboat He was on the 8th iust,
and no person is reported to. have been
put off hero as she patted, but C'rt. Henry
Symtne, her commander, and iuyX'ifichor
her enzinen, it both ill with foVir at St.
Louis, so that Capt. James Townsend is
to come south this timo in command. The
above it thought to be an accurate account
of tbe firtt appearance nr tno fuvor hero
tbft scaton, and several stand ready to
corroborate us truth.
CAM i'BKLL'S SJI Oil T- II OltSS.
by tho Karl, Duchess IV. by Kttton II.,
Duchess I. by CVmiiit, by Daisy Hull, by
Favorite, by Ilubback, by . I. Brown's Hod
As soon as the oxcitomont attending tho
saloof tho last lot hail somewhat cubtided,
clcvon cows of tho DucIicm family wero
put up, nnd sold for f 23,000, an avorBgo
of over 'J1, TOO. Of thco six go to Kn
gland, nt a cott of 11 J7,00O, and tho others
will romain in this country.
After tbo dispctal of tho Duchosi fam
ily, tho Oxfords wero noxt offered, nnd af
ttr them tbo bull, thus bringing to n
closo this most extraordinary sale, 'where
In all HI animals were, pre'onted aud re
alized a total sum of SIS), OS 5.
fjdy'Dr OttoOhormelr, an eminent phy
Siclan of Berlin, died last month of chol
era, contracted during a series of experi
ments wlththoexerotaof cholera patiotitf
Ho is reported to bavo intentionally inoc
ulated hlmsolf with tho infected Holds fnj
order to study thu modes of oontagion,
and oven on his deathbed pertiste'd in
making mscroicopic examinations of hit
AIi'OTHKIt ACCOUNT OK
UK EAT CATTLE SALE.
STODDAUD ON II KH DIG
New York Herald
noutv keenurs at Jtiymond ttrcet
plain that the'alleged murderesi! of
Goodrich, Knto Mtoddard, is a
rtinent pritonor. iiieytaymai
ndi for attendanco are Tory
id annoyance It, tberoforo, occa-
er allori. wno are anxiout to
ar. w. " " "".v
fuDaoIvl bv some ladles, called
j Laving soma ftuwort and fruit
ri.nutv HberlffHtifuon went up
tt 4bU-r' rtxitn, In wbleb tbo It
as4 utftnwn Mf mi mere were
wUj tMr4 an audience with hor
UI" JSfc PIJM XB U8 010
uAUah fur her the
StWtr-WVt"'- -tk t
L'tlc.v (N. V.i Letter sept. 13, to the Sew
Tile KilJ of Hon. Samuel Campbell's
herd of short-horn cattle, which took
placu on Wudnetday, on bis farm, at Now
lor;; .Mint, uunit two mius lrom this
city, attracted a largu attundanco of tlio
moat noted ttocK-ownora and breeders ot
thit continent, England, Scotland and
and Canada. Among those present wero
the brothers Ilium, tbo fumoiu breeders of
Kentucky and Ohio; Alexander, of Ken
tucky; tbo olllcurs uf thu Slat) Agricul
tural society , Col. King, of .Minnesota;
Cutsius .I. Clay and ileesrs. Anderson,
Hughes and KjDinson, of Koutcky. Tho
English delegation wero represented
Lord Hkelmorsdulc, .Mr. Hiilford, ilr.
Calthorpe, .Mr. Itit-riardson, agent for Sir
Curtit harnpson ; Mr. Unrwik, ugont for
Karl Jlective; and itr. Kello, agent lor
ilr. K. I'. Davis, of (iloucettorshiro ; and
also .Messrs. Cochrane, Christie and lleat
tlc, of Ciiiidi.
I'he herd uf Mr. Campbell has lur
many years been notud for containing the
purest short-hum blotxl In tho world, and
tbe announcemeat of tbe mio therefore
caused much exi-itemant among those n
both continents interHt-i in thu raising
ana ureoaing oi cattle, ana was iinUoiHiit
to araw together thy large atiomblage
preunt at tho auction. Thu scone at the
uo wai Interesting and exulting in the
extreme, white the prices obtained Mid
the fame of the purchaser! nude the event
one that will long bo rvmeuibered in the
ttinalt of tbo UoM. A raised platform,
provided with ssmi, had ben erectsal for
the ai (.uminolatixt) f thosn present, who
numberel nearl 1,040, nnd the cattle
weru oxlubitixi in fr.mtof it at euh nurn-
lr was aiimunrd bv th awtioneor.
Ilusinen was noiiit-nW fit one o c-Wk in
the ilnl.iti n the Sacond Duku of
Unedia, a splen li I tlirsn-js-ar-old bull of
Dtuhesp family. Tho tlrnt bid for him
was tlO.OQOby I,.rd .Sklmr.lal(., but
thu was i.uuUy run up to f 12,000, t
whirh in-e h-. was Vnrtckad down to
Mr.T ,1 MegiU-n, of Cyathiana, Ken
tucky The n.-xi l.,t w, th 'imt
Dueli'ii nf (liiedm. The Bnt V.i.l w
fls,0n0, but thit was improve l uptiii until
imijuiii., k rm wai
sold to I. iM hkulinerwlalw for
w,um A Deaulilul yearling. ;Sev
emu iuciiihi 01 ii'iwiia, was next
offered. The bids started n $.5,000
and quickly went up t f lit i0d, at which
sum she wat aold l Mr. A. .1. Aloxander,
01 iveniucuy. Alter nor tun Jimtli Diioh
ess ol lieiiera catni into tho rin- Th
bidding starUvi at tiuo, ran iiuiekly up to
$30,009. and then by small bnl, to s.Hft.000
at wni( 11 sue was taken by Lord ilectivo,
through Mr. IJorwie.k Several line ani
mals follonod at high prt . iiiii tn rrii'
the Atlantic. Min the Kichl i I)uh
of Geneva was brought out to 1m old Out
eii-itornont culminated, and tho bidding
became particularly lively, tlio comt,ti.
tors geltinK almost frantic in their efforts
to out-bld their rivals, fih was. however,
finally knocked down to Mr. If. '. iMvit!
of Knttlnnd. for tho unprecedented sum of
110,000, Her pndlgrett It m fnllowi
Eighth Duchest ofOeniiva, red and wliit
calvo l July 2H, irr.il cot by Third Lord
nf Oxford! dam First DiicIimm of (;,.r,VH
by Hn-.ond (irsnd Duke, I Inchest I,X,j
liy Dukn of filostur, Du hess I.. 'l,'i,y
Fourth Duku of York 1iiehes L by
Fourth Duke of Northnnierl.i'l, Dii'h
s XANVII. bv llnlvdi , Dili has
Xi Vv ' r UI i"a " I), ' , -
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
KKOM Is'KW YORK.
1HK M t.'i'K XT THK STOc k KXl IIASoK.
New Yonk, September 10. The stock
exchange has been the scene of the wildest
excitomcnt throughout the morning. Tlio
balance of business having been so large,
and tho fluctuations of oach proposition as
to m-ike it woll-nl;li impossible
to Weep h rocord of thn
hutinoss nt tho oxiitt lime. AVhua the
failuro was announced n great null was
mudo to .oil atocks, which was almost reg
ularly followed by soiiio rwwmry, Tho
decline lias rnnged from 1 to 1J to 30 per
cont. The following is a umipluto tablo
of tho highest nnd lowests prices. Now
York Central, Hudson, higost Jti ; Hurlun
120; lowest 00; Erio CI; lowis't 62 J;
Lako Shoro 8"! ; lowest Hit ; Wabash 10;
loxoit !1P ; Northeaster ti ; lowest 11 ;
ltock Island 07J; lowest fctf; Milwaukeo
t .St. I'aul30; lowest 30; O. it M. 32 .
lowest ICi; Union 1'acific 22 ; lowest 10;
C, C A: O. I.i!3; lowest 10 ; Hannibal it
St. Joseph 'J3; lowest 10; Panama 100;
lowest ai : D., L. it V. 02: lowost S3; V.
U. Tel. Tf ; lowest H7 ; Pacific mail a ;
AS r.Al-ll t'AlLl'KR WAS AMNoCXCKI
on tho Stock Exchange the excitement in
creased, and everybody seamail wild with
fright. Cool m.'! 1 and confidence departed
fur a time, and ill vary
Ml.NV YEA Kit blMT. altll SIXK
have been witneste 1 on exchange.
THE MON K V JIAI1KF.T
is so unsvttled that it is difficult to nime a
rate, l-oren exchange was dull and
nominal. U ld wn active and excited,
and attcr frequent and violent tHctuatioss,
advanced to H3. Tho rates paid for
carrying were 1-31 to 7 jmr c-snt. gld.
OLTHEIt! lTAT:s sBCUKITISM
were neglected, and govenment bonds un
settled, and quotations nominal.
THE OKXEF.AI. MIC
and depression which followed tbe sus
pension of Jay Cooke it Co., yestorday,
caused tho banks to cull in their loam.
HIE K.UI.UIIK OK Kl.SK A HATCH,
to-day was received ninid distrust, nnd
tho firm found it impossible to renew
loans olsewhere or to realize upon their to.
curities in the present condition of affairs.
Tho banking house of tho linn was
crowded with sympathetic friends, who of-
furcd not only sympathy, but substantial
aid. Thu firm, however, deemul it pru
dential to a top nnd treat every one alike
A publication this morning of a run on
tho Union Trust company yesterday,
causol a ruil run thit morning 011 thu in
stitution. Tho failure of KIctmrd Scholl
is tho occasion of this run, tho depositor.
apjiaronlly fearing that ))') had been
mixed up in tho affairs of the Trust com
pany, from tho fm-t that his brother.
AuguHlus Scbell, is vieo-prasi.lunt. Tho
l'ut namod gentleman oxprussed tho tit-
mott faith in the ability of the Union
Trust company to meet all demands, how-
Kl-Ji A HATCH
state that their suspension can only bo
temporary, and was caused by loans oallo't
In on good securities, which could not bo
realised upon at tho present crises. They
say tho surities on which they havo made
advances, are on two raiiroadi, the Chose-
peake and Ohio, and tin Central l'aciflc,
both of wnich are completed. They ox-
poet to be able to resuaie business as soon
as the panic ci-asts.
llOf 1 S S'oK Wild II JAY COOKE A cij AKE
riNAXl IAI. AdE.STa.
The following are tbe banking institu
tions and trust companies for which ,Iny
Cooke it Co., are Unancial agents : 1'roed
mans' Savings ami Trust Co , Huntsvillu,
Alabama; Kreimaii's Snviugs and Trust
ooinpany, .Moliile, Alabama; Jay Cooke
t Co, Washington, D. C ; Jay Cooke it-
Co, Philadelphia; First National bank,
Washington, D. ('.; Freedmau'i Savings
and Trut (Jo., Jacksonville, Florida;
Prestduian's Knvings and Trust Co., T1Ir.
basso, Florida; Frettdmnn's Snvingi nnd
Trutt Co., Now Orlvnns; Fust Natioiml
bank, Duliilh; K. W. Clark ti llro., Du.
luth; .1. 1. lirady .tCo, I'itttburg; Hem
pie A ,oiie, I'itttburg ; Malson's batik,
Montreal, Canada; Jy Cooke, MtCul
bx:h A Co , London.
The ti rm of Fnti-li ,t Co is a ide I to
the liKt of .iiijifntionf, and this was ioon
folluwiHl by tho aiinoiiiii-unianl tliat Hay
it Warnor, Dory it Morse, (ieo. Kidder,
U. II. Allen, (Ireenlftaf .t Norris, W. H,
Warren, 'IHins. ItBtsd ,t Co., and JJ, J,
lai-kson, hid-fitilixl. The run upon '.ho
i s ION TltUhl' f o.
continues, but up to 2:110 p.m. tlio bank bad
mot all demands. A rumor was in circu
lation tbat a
r.tl.V ON- lilt S-oUiril NATIONAL IIAKK
wus bulng tnailo, but it pruvod incorrect.
The Klory originatixi lrom tbe fact of a
largo iiuii.ber of per, ms crowding into
the b'jilJlng rr tli- purpo.o of havini?
' I it Tnrt t-iirpany cer
- - 1 - r r" I
all right. .Messrs. I'Uk .t Hatch are not
yet jirupared to makonny statomont as to
tbe cause of thoir suspension. Owing to
EXCITKMK.VT AS II CIK.XETAI. DKMORA1 t.A
TIOK, It Is uttcrally Imposslblo to get anything
like a satisfactory statomont of tho con
tlition of affairs.
1I0PK TO MEET TtlKtti MAlltt.lTIE.
l'lltl.ADEt.l'HIA, September 10. Tho
firm of Dehaven it llro's hope to be ablo
meet their liabilities, which are small.
The panic has cauod a run on tho Fidel
ity Safe Depoiit and Trust C. Thero U
a long llrio of depositors drawing out
checks. Tbo directors
of their ability to mutt nil demand'. The
distrust Is earned by tho suspension of
tho Messrs. Clark, who were prominent
officers of the company.
MKETIN'U or HANK l'HEtlllKMS.
New Youk, Soplombor 10. Tho bank
presidents met "at call in caso of neces
sity, and a committee was appointed to
perfect a plan for relief to-morrow. Our
latest rumor on the strcot Is that thu
(I0VEP.NMENT Wlt.t, COME TO THE KCt'E
by buying $5,000,000 of bonds Govern
mctit aid mutt como in u more decided
shape to be of any effect.
JAY COOKE A CO., TO THEIR TlXIMttTORS.
1'lllI.AliKLrHIA, September 10. Tho
following was KUed this morning at tbu
door of Jay Cooko : Co. :
"To of 11 Dbwmtok: Somo little time
ts required to adjust our accounts and to
bear trom our different offices, which will
bo forwarded to you through the post
office. Until then" we beg your kind in
dulgence, assuriDg you that ovcry effort
will be madu to liquidate our entlro in
debtedness with tho least possible delay.''
Signed Jay Cooke it Co.
THK LONDON HOUSE SOLVENT.
This firm received a dispatch from Lon
don this forenoon, declaring that thoir
London imu.. u tolvcnt, and that tho
fooling in London towards Jay Cooke,
McCullocb, it Co., is very friendly. H
must bu remembered that the liabilities
of tbe London bouto tiro unlike thoso of
tlio American branches. They nro not
all duo on domand, but at regular well-
known dntes, so tlioy dnow exactly how
much money is n:ded oach week.
l'liiL.uiKi.rin.i, Septomber 10. The
following brokers havo suspended: I. it
O. Donglai ; D. W. IJayard ; J. Y. Yer
kes ; John L. I.oyd it Gilbourgh; liond it-
Co. All of thu above, excepting Oil-
brough, are small concerns.
New York. September 10. K. D. Han
dolnh it Co., banker."
nia Central railroad, r
announsa their susp
S; Allison, and S. 7
included in tho susp-
New York, Septc
Wilkoson, secretary of ti.e
o!Uc railroad, in speaking ot thu suspen
sion of Jay Cooko it Co., its financial
agent', said bo hud no doubt of the future
of tbe road. It nouid bo constructed.
There weru those supporting it would not
allow it to bo abandoned. Tho board of
directors alone represented millions, and
tho comptny had not a dollar of unpaid
papor. Up to tho present timo not a note
of there's was over soen in Wall stroet;
not a bond was bypolhlcated by tho com
pany, and, consequently, the company bad
no liabi:ities hanging over it that might
bocalled f ir without warning Thejnterctt
of tho company's bonds was not duo until
tho first of January next and it would
then undoubtedly be mot. That portion
ol tho ro.td already built win earning
rnoro than Was anticipated from il. That
portion of it running to thu F.od river
country had alroady devclopod a rino car
rying trade. He believed thu road
would bo hindered considerably more
by thu hostile Sioux than by
financial revulsion. Neilhor force,
however, could prevent the successful
completion of thy road. Two of tho
members of the firm were directors of tho
Northern I'uclllu railroad. Thu rejult
will bo that thu A'orli of construction will
be somewhat rotardod, hut it is mure than
probtblu congrnss will bo aiked to
grant an extension of two years to
the company beyond that already
granted to uuableMt to jomplote tbe road.
No such enterprise was ever before at
tempted by prlvato capitalists, tbat of
constructing u railroad '-','JOO miles in
length acrosi an unsettlod continent.
Congress should have como to their aid
by extending its credit to tho undertaking,
and it would havo dune so but for thn dem
agogical cry that corporations worn grasp
ing tho entiro domain and over-riding tho
rights of tbe people.
THE UOLI.INO STOCK
of tho comptny is as follows : Iocorno
tlve engines, 71; passenger cars, 10; bag
g.tgo and mail cars, 0; immigrant cars, 4;
dumps, ; freight and platform ruti, 1,
180; box cars, 395; total number of curs,
JJiltf. Tbo road being in process of con
struction, 110 account nt, thu earnings
conlii bo given. Tho expenditures huvo
been as follows: Surveyors, $100, ISO; oon
struction, WfiOOMO; rolling stock, 1,.
008,838; tools, machinery, and stock sujv
piles, .friftHS! ; harbor improvements at
Dulutb, $2 16.0U3. Total, 4 1 0, S'J i , 37 .
THE I'Ol.AUla Hlol llI.K.
hnrgoaiit Ms-yers supplements the an
nouni-ement of tbu satoty of tbu remain
ing members of '.bo Polaris oxpodition, by
tlio following statement niado to a Wash
inglos correspondent! What has been
hoard about an almost mutiny created by
Dr. IS'-jiills, I can only say that I was in
nocent of tlio cause ; and when aware of
it endeavored to remedy it. Ileforo wo
arrived at Kndiscoe, Capt. Hull enjoined
me to drop all matter in rstf.-'enco to my
position as motuorolocist ai ' stronomur
and general member of t "'do par
tv, and to attend solely hioiui
csl part of tho vessel I es
pecially to the keepiii) U'l's
journal. Dr. ltttsa. ft,
claimed my services also, .. ' ' mo
to do tlio principal part " ti -tide
work. Capt. Hall and U.. Hlisells,
without my knowledge, consulted about
matters, but not in a friendly manner, and
onro'iuently I)r, HIssllU luformed Cupt,
Ti-, it'-t' In- 1 rnium to the United
Slates If bo (Capt. Hall) would tend mo
back thoro as ho had hinted. Tlio chief
engineer hearing of this declared
that he, too, would also leave
if Dr. lllsllls returned, and tbo crew
ganorally wore so disposed. As soon as I
hoard of the intended breaking up of the
expedition, I went to Captain Hall and
told him I would not opposo bis com
mand, and was ready to fulllll hi desires
rather than bo tho causo of tlisctitlon.
Ho at onco agreed, nnd said if 1 would
only keep his Journal 1 might at'.ond to
a much scientific matter u would present
itself to me. So ended what baa been
construed into a mutiny. Hall did not
refer to the matter in the presenco of tbo
crew until the vessel was beyond civlliza
FROM ST. LOIU3.
THE nRIUQE l'fOlI.I.-TIC OltANU I1AID-
St. IJotM, Soplombor 10. Tho two
eentro sections of the arch between the
'western abutmont and the western pier of
the bridge horc, oacli consisting of an up
per and lower rib, wero completed yester
day, by lha insortioii of the key or centre
timbers, r.nd that portion of tho arch is
now ftnishod, demonstrating tho feasibility
of tho original plan, and its tuccost is re
garded at one of thu greatest triumpi of
engineering skill tbo world has over
seen. Tho two remaining ribs of this
arch, which arc only partially constructed,
will bo finished at onco, aud with uase.
Thu throu grand arches of tho bridge ale
expected to bo tin is bed by thu middlo of
TOM ALLEN, THE PLOILUT,
has accepted the challenge
of lieu Hogan, and last
night two hundred dollars a aide was hut
up as a forfeit, three hundred dollars
moro to bo deposited to-day; tho light to
be for onu thou mud dollars a sido, and to
take place thirty days from the signing of
tbo articles. This will net b.) done until
after the contott between
ALI.KN ANH M'COOLK
noxt Tuesday. Hogan will go into train
ing lioro on .Monday noxt.
The preliminary organizution of what
will be known ns thu
T. I.OUI.1 TUNNEL ANI LEVEE RAILROAD
has been effected and operations will cum
inet:c at once to carry out the purpotas
of thu company. The project contem
plates the purchaso of seven blocks of
of erouud between tbe Seventh
btraut depot of the Atlantic and Fit
citlc railroad and thu river bank, upon
which two or more railroad trucks and
sidings will be laid, tho main track to
extend from the moutli of tho hrldgu tun
nul to tlio rivur front and along the 1ovm
to the nortnern and loulhorn limits uf thu
city, and tbo erection of a row of coin 1110
dious homes along each tide of the trucks
from the railroad to the levoo.
' YELLOW .lACIv."
MEMPHIS AM) .SHRl.VEl'Ol'.T.
JIemphh, September FJ. In obedience
to the mayor's proclamation, tho day was
obtervod generally as n day of fasting
and prayer, held in all churches. The
cool weather of last night has incroased
tho mortality which is 21, 13 being yellow
lover. Aldarman Walsh froai tho I-'irst
witrd, who is an undertaker, again refus
ing to niaku returns of tho number of in
terment;, though arretted and lined Cvo
dollars. To-day tho Howard association
report t5 now cases. Fifteen additional
nurses will arrive to-nihl from Jlobile.
Among the deaths to-day went Andorson,
serjeant-at-arms, and John Nowcomc,
city troasurcr. Dr. Willet, a prominent
pbysicWn, wis attacked with tho diseuse
Little F.ock, September ly. Tho
news from Shroveport but liltlo changed.
Tho fever is abating for want of victims.
It is quite cool to-day, with a north wind.
No symptom of thu lever in this city.
Shrevkport, September 19. The inter
ments to-day wero .Mrs. M. P.oed, J. Long
bush, Klla Olt, Calvin Dratie, (colored),
Jno. iiiley, Miss K. (Hasp, Mrs. Won
druff, Tom Stringfellow, Addison Taylor,
(colored), Frotl liifcer, P. Sharp, James
Hasae, H. T. Kempt, Airs. F.va Fasher,
Sarah Marks, Colored), .Moses H. Owens,
Chr.s. Murray, It. Thompson, Miss J5.
Schilling, John Illaekwell, (colored), and
(IHANT AT TIIK WHITE IIOt aK.
Wamii.nhton, September 10. I'rntl-
dont (Irani arrived nt Washington this
afternoon, and hat determined tho tloss
urer should como to tho rescuo of'tlin Now
York market to-morrow, by purchasing
largely of bonds, and depositing a portion
of tlio national funds in banks in order to
stop the panic. He Is determined to meet
the emergency nt onco.
Several months ago, II. K. Orcen, in a
pamphlet undo charges ngainsl Hun.
P.icbnrd I). Merrick, n very prominent
lawyer, Impugning tho regularity of his
professional conduct, iLo publication caus
ing considerable comment. Theto charges
wero nt Merrlck't request, investigated by
tbo bar of the District of Col
umbia, whoso commllte.) report that
they are without the slightest
foundation and thu conduct of Merrick ns
honorable, efficient, faithful and magnani
111 on J.
A telegram received by the navy de
partment to-day, from St. John's, annoiin
ces that the steamer sent out to catch tbo
Juniata bad overtaken thnt vessel and
roturneil to St. John's this morning,
where tbo will await tbo urrival of the
Tigrosatid both vessuN to Urn Cnltod
LonpoN, Septomber PL Tho Arm of
Jay Cooko, McCollough it Co., hav paid
oash over thoir counter all day, notwith
standirg the run on the bourn.
Knsineors who havo -lawn surveying
passes of tbe Alp; nottr Mt. Oenls, havt
received ordors to suspend oporationt, and
A l'StMI IL.
London, September Mr. Scuda
more, director of tho ponnl telegraph snr
vice, denies tho truth of the rumors that
tho government it about to purchrtse tho
THE NEXT PAPAL EI.EOTIo.V.
Vienna, Heptombor It. It is rumored
that tho Count Andreisy, primo minister
of Austria, and Viscount Venotta, Italian
tninlstnr of foreign affair", accompanied
by the King of Italy, bavu bold wverrsi
conferences with relation to the next pa
- - .-- -
SorTr.AMproN,Sptember 10. Arrived
S. S. Leipsuig, from llaltimore.
Little Pock, September 19 (5ov
Hister lias ordered an ulection to (ill tliu
vacancies in tho legislature.
ltlcilMONK, September It'. The Ainr
ican jiharmaooutical association has ad
journed until the next annual ineetiug.
Terrk Haute, Soptembar it) Tho to
tal loss by tho flro at tho Nail works to
day foals up $l"j,lajo, Tho insurance is
Clkveund, Swpteinber 10. Last ev
ening a man named Williams, oaiployed
as pu Idler in one of tho Nowburg rolling
mills, while standing on the side of a mov
ing car, fell, was run over and noarh in
Omaha, September 10. An expedition
under Capt. W. A. Jones, of tho engineer
corps, sent out by the government to sur
vey the route of ths Yellowstone lake, has
arrived at Camp Jlrown, Wyoming, on
his return. He report -.II well.
FHOI JSDIANAFO! I
THE TfXA.S KllITOHS.
Inmanapoli-, ."-V-ptembor 10 Tho
Toxss eilitors vre driven iirounil tho ciiy
under tho charge of tho board of trade,
visited tlio exposition and lolt for Cincn
na'.i at 15 this afternoon.
Ualtimork, Soptomber 10. At a ses
sion of tho grand lodgo of 1. O. O. F. a
majority voted to adopt Raving the Sun
day law its it is nt present.
VICTORIA . WOOIMIULL, THE .SMfTTY
MOUTH Kit hLUT.
CiMCAOo, Septombur 10. Tho national
spiritualist's convention adjournal last
night, aftur thn election of Victoria C.
Woodhul! presldont, and listening to a
lacluro, in which tho enunciated
II EK PhUUMAK DOOTRINKa
in sucli plain language Hint tbo locals re
fusod tu print it. A, protest signi.d by lh
mom hers nguinst tliu action which com
mitted tlio convention to the Woodhull
doctiinos, wus presented by Judge Hoi
brook, who announced tho secession of tho
signers of tho protest.
KsKKLTIi or THE FINANCIAL CRAHH
Tho continued financial panlc,and addi
tional failures in Now York, croates cor.
sldorablo oxcitomont, nnd lias had tho ef
fect to unsettle tho grain market and do
- - -
THE NEW TORK PAIIxrltr.a,
Cincinnati, Septomher It). Nuws con
cernlng tliu Now York failures have boon
sought with a good deal of intorost, but
ha producod no excitement. Thoro is n
feeling of sociirity with rufuronco to our
banks bore, nnd no nppriJienslon concorn
lni; our dealors. (ieneral dealers In
stocks during tin) last ono or two months,
am said to have been unusually small.
Tlio 1 iiprm.ioii appear ijor.ural In our
fiuatKial irtl i, timt tbo regular business
interest oi thn country will n t hi se
'lous'y n" ' 1
PiTTsiitir.d, Hnplombfir PJ. Kivar un
changed. Light raln'tliU forenoon.
Nasiivillk. Senlembor P.). Klvor fall
ing slowly, with 'J;l Inclios on tliu shoals.
Wcallier clear una cool,
VlUKsni.R'J, Sopteinber P.). Down, K.
Lee. No bouts up to-day. Cloudy
and cool. Itlvor falling.
New Orleans, September la. Ar
rived! Poo, St. Loui Departed ! Shan
non, Cincinnati. Weather cU ar.
St. I.i't i", September 10 Arrived
Julia, Vickbtirg; F.iliott, Men, phis;
Kob itoy, Keokuk. Dopartod: Dell of
Memphis, itemphis; Johnson, Keokuk,
ltiver falling alowly, Wcalhor olear nud
Km ivn.i.te, Septniber ' I'.iver full
itiist. with three leet scant In tlio canal ;
one foot in too pass down tin) Indian chute.
eatlier clear and cool. I no now Illi
nois rivur transfer brut was towd from
Howard shipyard to tho cilv wbarfbont
to-diiy, where sho Is rocnivfng her ma
chinery. Arrived : Hen. Huel and Park
or, Ciuclimnli ; Shamrock and barges,
Irotiton ; Dayton Hullo. Cincinnati ; San
Kv.Nvit.i.K, Snptitmber In.- Weather
clour and cii moroury to CH. Klvor
fallen 3 Inches. Down: (iroy Kagiu, nt
fcno p in Mary A merit, I p.m ; ltHpldan,
No. a. Up- Ileiltnaii, t a.m.; Falls Pi
lot, a m , Silverthorn, noon. Ilusitiesa
good. The Laura Davis anil Holingtoii
aro aitround nt Miawneetown bar, the
(!rey KaKle and Mary Anient nt French
Island nnd Tnraicon at Oil creek;
Chh-'aoo, September 18. FIoht dull,
Whc.tt, irregular nnd unsettled il OOJ.
Corn unsettled at II, September.
Oats dull and heavy afJOJc.
Kyo dull at 07 Ac bid.
Parley, Irregular, No 'J 1 P.fml iia;
No!il P.'(,tl II.
Pork steady at SiOQIO 'J5 cnth; nomi
nally tl:i h7, January.
Lard steady, sains Kc Jniiunrj; nomi
nally 8 i 0 cash; 80 February.
D S hams, nominal and unchanged.
Meats, inactive and nominal.
Shoulders 7;c; S F. 8jc.
Memphis, September 10,-Cotton dull
nnd a shade lower.luw middling I7u; mid
Corn meal dull.
Corn scarce 7oc.
Oats quiet, af.lOc,
II ran 11 rm, 1 7c
liacon shoulders tile: rides 10l10ic.
Pork ciufl nnd nominal.
Sr. Louis, Soplombor 10, Flour dull
weak, and unchanged.
Wheat dull, romark lowor.sprliig SI W
elevator; No 4 red fall 1 ''l; Jno IS $1 35
1 38; No 2 $ 63(1 65.
Corn dull and unsettled, closing lowor,
No ' mixed I0(60c.
Oats dull and declining, No i! mixed
Uwrloy steady No .1 spring 1 301 35.
Kye llrmer, No , 7."J(m 7 1 .
New Orleah, Soptomber 10. Flour
dull, on account of Texas lming qiinran
tlnol; X.NX JO t!r.(T.,8 00; choice X J8 i!6
Corn supply Held; "bito 73c.
Oats quiet tit 4Cc; primo 18c.
Hran dull nt 8.r387 Je.
Hay quiet; choice $ViU 0027 00,
Pork dull nnd nominal at 17c; D. S.
meats scarce, shoulder 0c; bacon, noth
iiiL' doing; bird dull; tiorcu B'fp.Oc; kec
lur.iMOJoi ' b
hfuinr and molasses, no movement,
Whssky mill nt Olio for La.
Corn meal tlrm nt f.l 00r,r3 10.
(1 ' 1 in:
Dlnrrliira, Dj.'ulfrf (hil.rn .-Morbus, Sum
m.r I omplnltil, 1 lot, I hllilrrn's Tr.lb
ItiC, and thr rittat I'rrvrutlve ol
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Ll?ar,laat alrvl lrrlatt .ft Ilaart tMa rir1y, Taaslib 1
u J-afkli.l., riM, CarbtsWlaa, Oil ftaraa, ara
fUa4 it ita .
&foil (nr rtrcoUr to J. at . MAUt'llli:, H. W.
ur of Olive a.n2 tiecond iti Luj. Mo,
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
rea 1)1 ic iD'j unriDZ in
th I!orl, ttid facil. U
fnit All dhwai ladled ro ? CJiTTt
tVH ITCOnlB'S ! ryC''' fu'mmTo'rnpiri'bC
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r.sllsTf t rain, Ksaltss ss or ax-) "St1
lisu.iu nln li cirSJininutti.Rlt. 3j!ni
tLg Ict.SMi'li Afr tottoijiletn, J Jj, 2--27 R
Il Is Ids Infants' and Children's Crust fnotLli.
r.tmMj, In all disorders Lrougbt on Ij Icelhlt; or
Lny oilier causa.
lis t artleular In caMo for MRS. WIIITCOMIl'S
EVI'.br, and taso coot t.r,
reardI;7 tha (IKAS'TOV MEDICINK CO , Ft
I)ol, 5Io. fold I j Iltujjjlils aad Daalsrs lu
& BUY HE AKD ILL DO YOUCQOa
By clssr:eirc tba blncd and aronsing tha liter and
cacretit crir.ns to a tisullli; action, Ur, Usury's
Hoot and 1'laut Pills cura muiiy ruinlalnts wliirli It
vould not La mpi ''.od I I,ey coulil rsscli, sncli as
laInclic, 1'iiln lis tlio Nlilf, Nissuli.
lien or tlio IlfiiiflHitntl Tcct, DiiIIiich,
S'liIlImaK, ltlicuiimtli.nl, .Xuriilcbi,
Loan r Al'polltr. llllioiis Itj-aeiltcrj'.
KtilncT Airc. tloiia, s uustlnittloii, Iliv
l.llltr. S'cinrs r all kliuli, l)yaii(-i-JunililUi',
ant ollir klndmd romilaluis
artsins from a luw statu uf tlio budy, or olstructlou
of Its functions,
Eslnrf frco from Mercury and cthsr rolsons tha
ran 1 tken at all tltnus and undsr all clrcuuisuu
ui, vsitlidiit irrird to ilkt, business or plsasur,
ILa tlii'it; i tba voakoijivt and dlsteniliered
rnrts Into liMilllir at lion, clslnj; tLsm strength t
dk.-'iirdfln tliemreires and throw off tlia oti.tructlona
nlilrh aio ti. first iaus. uf dltaaia, without,
liroiltirlnir cltlicr mttiaris ur trrliluf.
All hoary and drowsy sansatlons, which ara lha
f.irrrumiiirs cfdirrful diseases ruoh as Apniiloy,
I'itrnl.vtli! filroliOH.Ac. ara rlimtually nardsd
i,7 hy a fiiw doros of th.a searrhttiK Mils.
r i ' iXrvAua srouR'l .icti bus, la LuU.!,, u.ru.s, Srtua
.nlt-pnl(b. ITlr. iS Cibu . Mt.
1-r. .r ty lh Orift., u "l ln.ro., at Ixinls. V.
t.t by OruiS1 suvl Uv4UlU, srvrywlH
A COOX FOR THE MILLION '
A I'rlvato CoiuiHPlor to tlioMnrrlcil
or thus atuut to Marry, on lha Physiological in -Isrles
and revelatiousof thessinal jy.t.ui, with tha
l.toit dltcoreries In jiroduclug aud iirarcutlns off.
sprlnic, tirceriliiKtlio cunililon, 1c,,
This lsanl"srestlnork of two hli-dred and
sixty raijes, with numerous n(raTlnfs,andcontaii.f
'.aluable information for those who am insrri.Jor
contemplala nmrrlsRoj still It It a book that ou(bt
to he under lock and, key and not laid carelessly
ahout the bouse,
B.i.ttoD70ns(rr.rp'.tss) Sir riftjCsta. iSSrria,
l)r. Uiiu.'Oli.airi. 14 SIbUi tirMI, BLL...,, ui
l:ri:a to tsr iTrtictrD iao ujtrcsxjwiti
CZJ lUfofa ft,sillBf Wlba notunoua (J meat boadtarilJ fa
I-ybtJa iatrra, or atlot ant Uuack ICeiuasllra, 4ruia Dr. Halt
rk,tJO uaitr what jourdUaaJala or bow dtiloraLla jaur
ou titioa.a- Ib, hvtrt imq taAsttuli), jrooaJlTor hr tuall,
en Ua dlataaaa maoUfinJ la tila raa. UDoa, N. li NarUa
U4la bUKi, Ui-mu ilaiit ivlC'htai.ut.ait. Iyila.
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
RESIDKNOB No. 31 Thirteenth etrrst, tie.
rwren Waehinumn avenue and Wslutit nlrrrt.
OitlcB Ua Commercial aseniif , uj s'air.
rIWtnKNC corunrNlulli and Walnut its,
t.lM corner Hlttr strl and Ohio later,
OIJUio hours ItMii C a. in, to 13 m , sod 9 p. tn
HVlI'ltS. t lilt A.,11 nn ta,
2lanfir iL -cr, of l)r lrin , ( r,im
J' ill n '. V,
tla, tor tlic piinlo oxtrai-iion ol teetti, at
1 tho Dental llooim of Dr. Duiiulas, miccch-oi-
fnli' thuru of pufilli' lmtromitto.
rettcitiiowieUKeii 10 uu tun uum turn ooaf
ver lu the niarket, and thU it tbe only
. 1 ,1 M , I t, rf
Hi-sM'flfiilly, IlnitMAN Scinii;i7ST0ltrv.