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WIMsIAat .1. AI.1.KN,
ATTORNEY AT IjANV
OCctovet First National bank. M(i-am
SASIUEI, I. WUI.KLl.I.,
ATTORNEV & COUNSKLOK AT LAW
03.ce over First .National baiil. 3-IMtu
GREEN A OILBEHT,
OOUNSKLUH3 AX LAW,
SVulliu 3. titfo.
ari, lUIHO, ILLINOIS.
Kill. F Itllk.tt
ssrSfMlnl stLotloii t-lrrn to Adtmiatit nJ
Cf VICI UllIO LEVt C, HOOUB "ANUS OVXit
CITT NATtOVAI. MANX.
OSMeUl I'npcr l Uir City Mill
oastty. I tie only .Moi-uIiik lH.v
par Published fa Southern Illinois,
Juli.N 11. OUKUL.Y. KdiUir and fubllihor
I'KHMS OK TIIK UAUA tUJI.I.BTI.V :
Oct week, by carrier ?
One year by carrier, in advance 10 W
Us year by carrier It not pild in
advance i2 M
One month, by mall 1 00
rnx ifiontb.3 8 00
UmonUii fi 25
One year.i 10 W)
T1UC lOLLAU M'eScI.V ItULLKTIN
John 11. Oberly has reduced the nubscrip
tlon price of the Wmkly Cairo Hollktin
to On Dollar per annum, making it the
cheapest paper pubUnbed In dnutWn Illtnot
KedlBK niNttpr iu exery mt).
Tun Sanganion county Democrat s
will nominate a county ticket.
The yellow fever continues its rar
ge in Shrcvcport almost' unabated,
nd in .Memphis add a pmall increase
to its victims daily. The cool
weather, while it may prove fatal in
uidi cases to those suffering from the
imeasc, will very probably itav its
tpread in some degree.
Tiir. J'aducah 'K'cntuckian- thinLs
Kentucky ha claims upon the chief
justiceship suggests the name of .1 udge
Wand Uallard for the po.-ition "taking
'it for granted President lirant will f.p
' lect a Republican " and .-ays of him :
"He is in the vigor of manhood, cn
' pable of performing the labor, is a
' lawyer of fine ability, and has the
4 administrative talent necessary to
manage the business of the court."
Says the State 'Journal' in uotiu
uif horocu of the war pre?cut at the
re-union of tho army of the Cumber-
land at Tittibur:
Among these we notice the names of
'jrant, Sherman, Phil. Sheridan, llar-
Vir ' , s ' I,IC"'TC". Hooker,
.mru ami maDy other di-dnguLihccf
men. Hut the chief object of at
traction was Gen. (Jrant, president of
the United States. There was plenty
of Bpeech-making, plenty of mu.io
nd plenty of good cheer. They all
fought their battles orcr again and
cour.e they were
only hippy's too mild a work for it by
TllK failure of ay Cooke A: Co.,
ontinu6s to be the all absorbing sub
ject in financial circles everywhere,
nd is the burden of the telegraphic
di-patche. Sinn: the early stages of
tho war, the name of Jay Cooke has
been as familiar to the people as that of
Oeu. Grant.the firm of which be was the
head having been agent of the govern
ment under Salmon P. Cha-e for the
"le.of public securities, and mbso
ipiently largely interested in Northern
Pacific railroad bonds; inuiien-e sales
of these have been made in all naru
ol the countrv. to nil .!,,..., r
--"j, iu Jll U1U"-U Ol p(
pie who have expected Jay Cooke
Co., to pay the intere-t. In our te
graphic columns, the name- of other
houses involved in the full of Jay
Cooke Si Co., have been noted. It
muj hu the worst has not heon told,
but it believed, that Il0 financial crisis
in a general H-use, will result.
gi:hma. in tiii
t. Louis i having a achool war. on
a tmall scale, a- to whether (ierinan
( ahsll be taught in the public i-chools.
I It would ieeiu that in this enlightened
any there could be but one opinion
this que.-tiou r that the study of the
(Jermau language, whenever practica
ble, should be made part of our com
roon school education. The unreasoning
Uitdike entertained by many well-intentioned
persons toward huch a eouie
blinds them to the fact that a thorough
knowledge of d'erman would be a fur
more vatuable part of the-edueation of
the majority of the boyH mid girls who
lepend upon their opportunities in the
public bchools for their mental traiuiii"
than all their fumiliuritv with .- 1 ..1
eometry, and mauy other branches
o wliion their time iu the nub ie
ohools is generally devoted. As a
.. r i..i ...... . i m.
ill luuumi iiicaaui i;. nut :u I tiv
it-mail and uuderstanil llin Crrin.M,
nguage will bo denied by no one,uud
n npeBsarv aeiiuirement in fii.-mv all.
itntiH In life its want has been sorelv
)i by uiauy a struggling man end no
man. The ill) which inaugurates the
study of ('cririaii in our public schools
o-enuislly, will witness fi
stride toward ovon greater
tits than thoy Iiavu ypt conferred upon j somo genulno money, a lot of ipicrr look
American youth. The argument ing tool), bottlo.s of chemicals und sovoral
against flic expense nf special teachers
to teach it. would lose force when the
generation of (ierman-tudvini pupils
w.r .rr.- , ...l .,11 i.,nl,.. ,r..,.l.1
i ' i i ' .. ' ' .
UUOIIIUI a muni ll'dur IU VVCTJIIUII IllllUlllf
. . . . .
iUU I9I III IIJCII UHflll! VUICUI7.
Tbe burglary epidemic ii afflicting
Ann butt vicinity. Says tbo 'Adver
On Saturday night lait tbo -table of
Mr. Wm. S. Hannei was entered ami n
et of carriage harness tolen therefrom
On tit tame n e lit thu stable of Sou ro i
urear woi rnterea and two mulo bridle'
taVi-n, and the imokehoiue of Mri.Troeo,
who live! about one-half tnilo wpit of
town on the HnmburK road, wai rtdlevod
of twonty-five bauii of me:it. The mid-
night pro' ler!. not content with tlm meat,
then overturned all the milk in tho milk
--The J-'uline r junty 'KcgUlor' iay the
cholera ha: broken out In l'quality, and
several deathf have already occurred.
And alio that Stephen Crahtre of Cot
tage Urovo procinct, was burned out Fri
day night, Iolnij everylh ng.
The r.cpublicam or Saline county,
last Saturday, maile tho following nomina
tions: Tor county judifp. J. N. AVar
field ; for county commissioner!, X. "Web
ber, .1. II. 'Wilson and Napoleon C'hoifer;
for county lrcaurer, (5. W. GaLint; for
county superintendent, II II. Harris. W.
K. llurnott, Democrat) 3 nominee for
county clerk, was endortod by acclnmA-
tion. The vote for county judgo was ao
for Parrish and 42 for Warlleld.
Thu Choitor 'Clarion' W InToi-mod that
Uio mutter of a turnpike from Vurryvllle
to Clcaryvillo, ojiposito Cliostor, i leceir
log sorioui consideration in Perry county,
Miiiouri, and it Is bolivod, by the friends
of the enturpriio, that they will succeed
In accomplishing tho completion of the
Ukfiwvilie, Washington county, is
alii sutlcring from thu cholera.
Friday night a week, four prionen,
the entire number incarcerated, broke
jul at Chester and clcarod out. TJwilr
namci' aro J.imc (Jordon, Jerry Stout,
Win. II. Nisbctt and Gcorgo Seelo.
Tlio I'oorin 'Dcinocoal of Friday,
said .Mrs. Urynnt was robbed of u. slraft
forii hundred dollars and twenty dollars
in cash, yesterday at thu fair grounds.
The samo ppcr says Thomas h. Dixon
of atct City, Illinois, yeterday took the
blue ribbon for tho tivo-vear-old thor
oughbred colt, with "Wideawake," out of
Spalding's Abdullah, the 43 year old
horse, and ho deserved it. And .lames U,
Owen of Moncka, 111 county, took two
premiums on tho bot tbroo-ycar-old draft
horse, exhibiting his threo-ycar-old Nor
man stallion "Collin,' against four im
iiie nun annual re-union of Doth
Kosimcnt Illinois Volunteer Infantry,
will bo held at Clayton, IIIinoi, on Thurs
dar, October ', Wi,
.5'ays tho (Julncy 'Herald .
An attempt was undo bv thu nrimmirj
conHuwlin the uouuty jail at C'urtba-'e, Il
linois, to get away on tho night of tho
succeeded in uettine out of tlmlr rid
a uc , IL'IU llirofl in Illlinhnr rnl
and took up largo stono in tho aisle noar
tho wall, i'hoy had mada h holo nearly
four feet deep, dltrcini' with Mk.i.. i,..i;
but getting to h bod ol hard cIhv tl.nv
came discouraged and abandoned tho job,
sch returning to bin cell.
In the Oolcondu 'Herald, 1 we find ths
following local news .
Tho work of grading on our loveo has
been commenced, and is progressing sat
Tho river getting very low, and the
sand bar opposite town. makiriL- Itself Y.irv
From the numborof hoop-poics being
hauled into our landing wo should judgo
that tho hoop-polo crop, at lean, was nof n
Tbo 'Malt) Journal' ay It j( an
nounced that tho grangors of that vinnitv
are going to have u grand picnic and' har
vest homo near Whito l)k. on Tuesday
next, 'J.'ith Inst. Tho occasion promise to
bo one of coniderablu interest. Kx-Uov
J'ttlmer and Hon. Willard O. Flagg, also
Hon. Norman .1. Oohmian, of Coleman's
1'ural World,' St. Ijouis, aro announced
to deliver addrosc.
Says the Gallatin '(ia.etto : The
Shawnee Foundry is iu full operation.
Timo ure i iprcssly dull wiU. luUr.
t!e hopes of a speedy revival.
Wo regret to announce that .Hj.
Uluford Wilson will noon lcao our oil v
and pormanantly locate at .Springfield..
Perry county prides itslfon its ca. i
tor bean trade, nut without mason n, tho I
rn An. ... r..... i... it... i. ...
ThuVaiut '.' . " . " " ' . ' !
, ,.,,, caiur-
day last, the bard KUod yuuinanry of
r-gypt, comniHriced pouring into this tity
with mule, horto. ami thu old.fusi.le,,,.,!
ox teams attached to wngons, carU an.lJ
ltstht:r Venn . loadod down t" their full
capacity with , aitor bean.
I'.vo buyers, repreeiiling a- many oil
compani,., wi.ru.,,, lie, marKet. and each
ready and anxiou, to till blank check, for
the entire bean crop of Kypl The pro.
ducors wre in irrj. & vU0 n . ' j
. i . i . : -
rnrxeo a Millie mill 1
linn li. tin. ..il,..r .. . ..... ' v " .u' l.uo
; , ''""mil uin vie
tory arm i: r..pu VK foll.nvsd by a
string of loams to Ins warMliouoe, sueli a
never boforo advanced open him Other
buyers at oncu accepted the situation nu,
Andy I'y In and .Mr. Wicker wen. aim
pursued to their war. room, uml fr one
llio castor bean buyers worn ready to erv
quits l.eroro 10 ji.m. that night, and manV
of the ynomnnry of tins and Miljoiniri'
countlc rotiiinod to their poaoeliil domi.
tile rejoicing in thu posossion of an
amount or greenback ranging from five
to tun thoiikKiid dollars.
Tho 'Tribuno' also says: Tho next
annual meeting of Southern Illinois Con
ferencuof the Methodist Kpiscopal djurch
conennsat j fry vslln, thu first wk of
-Tamaroan..w takes rank with other
enterprising town, in educational matters.
They hare just completed a ory respect
able school edifice., at a c0lt 0f , ) QOO
On Woinciday cf last week , ',
I-AIIU) OAILV JJULhKTJjy, .SUNDA Y, WEM BRR 2, 187'.
huo gave mi name at smith, pasted
counterfeit fifty dollar ti ll sWa store In
Nashville, mi immcdUtly after lolttown
Ho win pursued, nod when arrested nlno-
ItPH Other bill nf the ultiu-.lntioliltnMliin.
different kinds of pilots worn found on
l""onBtid among bl luggage,
' --Mr" lMirn, traveling salesman
fof ' Anderson A-Co., wholesale
1 Br:ur'i -s'- Louis, was robbed at Mrs
, 1,.., .. . . ...
' wor boarding house in Olncy, of omo
thirteen hundred dollar, which hi- had
placed iu an express unvelope, nud of bit
watch and of bl pocket-book containing
4 1 'JO.
The Macoupin 'Kinjiiirer says that
Mr. Andy Steed of Modern, hut ione to
Washington to procure . orient upon nti
Invention to prevent ts.sui boiler from
i - - -- .
, RenortoJ Exnrcsslv for Hip Hnllntin
nel,orleu t-X)reS5iy I0T Hie DUIIOlin,
VWOM .NEW YORK.
New Vukk, Septomtor '20, 1:15 p.m.
lirown, "Wndswortb, Ar Co. have fai!td.
HIK IIASK "TATKMKNT
will, It is aid, not be ready before night,
If then. To givo the usual quotations of
stock is not pos'ibU to-day.
TIIK FAII.UUK4 OK lir.OKKt-
camo in such ipilck succession that blocks
of stocks were thrown upon thu market
TUIt liOVKRN'M EST To Tit K KKSCI'K.
A special from Washington sayiil may
bo sinted on tho highest nutlmrily that
should tho order t.. j.urchaso $10,000,000
of bonds fail to check tho financial nrii...
ment, it lias boen deeidiKl by Secretary
Kichardson to issue any pint of the
fOHTT-FOfR MILLION KEiKltVK
necjfsary to restoru confldenco.
to sell bonds to tho govornment at tho
sub-treasury, aggregating S-,'57l!,n'. at
, from lots to 11 J.
Ci.osnn its iioirs.
Tho National Tru-t Co. lias closed il
OUT OK TIIK CUIAKINO IloUSJ!.
Certificates of tbo Mechanic'! Hauling
Association and tho Continental bank
havo boen thrown out of tho clearing
TIIK mown- AND KVUITKMKNT
in Wall and llrond streets nro unprece
dented, and oven in tbo neighborhood of
those financial centre?, group.- are g'lthor
el discussing the situatiun.
At this hour, nearly I o'clock, tho mil
lions promised from Washington cannot
bo mvJe available owing to the
nr.ii iait. RKiifir.ujir.Nm
of opening and reading tho oil'cring to soil
bonds, nnd telegraphing to know if tho
ratos aro acceptable. Tho tills of tho best
and strongest houses
MUST 1IK OETTINI. 1.0 W,
having stood tho run now ot nealv threo
t'ndor tho order issued by the prctidont
of the Stock hxchnngo forbidding mem
bers under penalty of expulsion to cngago
in operations outside, it is not possililu to
roali.o on securities, and
KAI'II man's OWN VAI'l.r
is now his only stand by.
at ono o'clock, 1111. The bank of North
has CI.01KU n noous.
An effort is said to ho making to got the
public and private bunkers to act
and eloo at once, not waiting for thu us
Tho Hank of North America lias nit
TIIK KXCITUMK.VT AND TAXIC
which followed tho announcement in tho
stock exchange of the sponsion of tho
Union Trust company, and tho bank of
Commonwealth, were beyond description.
The Stosk Kxchangu
KKSKMIII.KI) A IAIi IIOVSK,
and tho streets wero blocked with people,
all laboring under thu greatest excitement
and fancy prices tnmblol from 2 to IU per
cent , and stocks weio slaughtered without
any apparent regard to value. Amid tho
hl liriiSil OK TIIK KVCIIKD irowii.
in tho sloi k exchange, and the continue 1
destruction of values, there woro
S1MK I I. W I 001. ASH I.KVCI. IIKAI.H.
Tbinn nion eoncolvod the Idea of initiat
ing a. plan ol closing thu exchange and
imiuodiatoly tins governing committee
was convened to take action therein. In
minute, the bo.rd wa,
I'll.l.KU io oRiirvt, '
and the Hiioouncumuut made
it... .... i i
Y , vw,um "u 0,0'',1
'"rlll9r orde from tho president.
ith great Joy, and thu ex
IlKUUUM'KU WITH l IIKK.IU.
Thu gong whs sounded, and in lei time
thun it takes to record thu fact, thu wild
excitement was over mid thu surging
"',W:' " ,"nl'P lt0Uri "PPoared, and
l" 0' 1-lcr.atiga Was
A IKOKUTKII II ALL.
rotunda of ' the truiuurv m
erottdud with people liitijiiing to thu pro
posals to fell bunds as they were read oil,
while thu Wall street Heps of the build
ing rc-oiublud a mass meeting.
of Indiana, was in the treasury whan tho
proposals were read.
Cortincatlumi of ti1H trtllk uf NHrlh
Amoricu havu boeii
TiimnvN our ok run clkakinh uousk.
Thisgavo rise to tho tumor of It, suspen
sion. TIIK lU.Sh 1'Rr.MllKNIS
lmvi) passud a rmoltillon to issue imiiie Ii.
ately ten million in loan certificate. 1
MKKrjMU ALL IlKMANIIS. 1
Nkw VoitK. September k'8. 1 80 n in I t
ibe Fourth National bank I. mooting all
-tomamls made upon it an I tV v are now ,
bo returned to dealm on
gold nxcbnngu liank.
The defalcation In tbo I'.ii. n Trut
company is said -to bo !j"i0n,(il'O. and the
secretary, Charles I'. Cnrlet-ni. is reported
to bo a defaulter, it Is aloi said ho Iim
not Ijeen scon ince yesterday atternoou.
TIIK NITIONAt. TKf"T CIMKANT
lav they could have kept up payment to
day. Thoy came on the street this morning
with their securities, but rould Bl.1 no
buyers, except at
A DISCOUNT OK 10 TO -10 I KK t'KM.
They refted to sell at such a sacrifice, and
suspended fum better protection of them
"elves and customors.
Two millions four bundrl and eighty
threo thousand dollars in bonds were ac
cepted, at from 10i to 111-25. All otters
of bonds under 11125 are ncc-pteJl by thn
A HIO MISTAKK.
Nkw Vokk, September 'jo : p m.
Another story In connection with the su
pension of tho Union Trust company, !
that the excitement yesterday sounnerviil
the secretary that instead "of callinir in
three millions of dollars, ho maden big
mitako, and only called for threo hun
dred thousand, thin bmving tho ompany
without funds, and causing it suspension.
TI.o friends of tho secretary say they
aro positivo bo has no harticitintinn
in any defalcation that may have occurred
in the institution. It s understood the
company bus called In two millions of its
loans. I.argo numbers of holder" of
Union Trust Co. paper visited the .Man
hattan bank to-day, but as no funds had
beoc depesited to the credit of the com
tiv, Ibuy were compelled to return with
out monoy. Mr. llaiburger,' cashier of
the bank, could not positively say how
much monoy hud been paid out
yesterday to those holding checks of the
I rust Co, but he thought the amount
largely exceeded haf a million dollars. He
considered that tho directors of the com
pany had taken a sensible course by eus
pending until .Monday; and said they
wero making extraordinary ellorts now to
convert tboir securities into monev, al
though he thought tho difficulties of tbo
nstitution could bo overcome when their
securities wuru converted into greenbacks
In tho ofiico of
the following notice is posted :
"Drafts drawn bv I're-ton. Kain .t Co.
of Chicago, on Fisk A- Hatch will i.n hnn.
ored by .Me.". Stephen A- Allan, Ko,
i inc street.
rilB CO.MMITKK OK HANK I'RKSIIIKNTS
XsKw l oiiK, September 10, 1 p.m. Tho
committee of bank president, appointed
to perfect a plan of relinf in tho present
condition of aU'.iir?, is composed of Fred
erick D. Tappan, C. II. I.erery, Geo. S.
Cole and C. F. Hunter.
special dispatch fror-
says Sccrotary Itichards
ington this evoninj; '
conferonco will be Ik' '
ing at tho sub-treaai'
action he will tnkc m i. ..
Shortly before noon, .
panic, the governing .
Stosk Kxchango dutormi:..
: ..' the
. r tho
i fe the
committee of assoctatod banks met at tho
New York clearing house, and It was
voted by tho association that they would
ifnio certificate.!, pledging themselves for
tbo wholo. These certificate, to bo issued
by the managor of tho clearing house, and
any associated bank agninst tbo deposits,
bonds, sccuritios or assets. Tho eil'oct of
this action would onnblo all solvent con
cerns in tho community to convert their
assets into money temporarily, and with
out any sacrillco to themselves. Tho
Stock Kxchango, ordinarily, i simply a
modium for convortiog securities into
cash. In tho prevailing panic tho
scarcity of money proventol this from
buing accomplished, securities being offer
ed for sale ut constantly docrenMng prices
without finding buyers, unless to tho enor
mous loss of sellers. Ity the issue of tbo
bank certificate, any bank can roalUo
monoy unon its assets, and will thus bo
able to extend to its customers ail tho ac
commodations for which thoy
can 11 nd security, without com
polling tho sale or any sacrifice
of asset offered. Tbo wholo machinery
thereforo of conversion is onco morn set
iu operation, and is likely to run smoothly
and ull concorns which have aisots, will
find no dilliciilty in converting them into
money. This action of tho banks at tho
clearing house mooting, gave risn to a feel
ing ot contldonce on thu street thut no ad
ditional failures are likely to occur, and
the Impression obtained that tho panic
I.KAUIMI I'ollltHiN KICIIAM.IC KJKMS,
such as lirown A brother?, August liol
tnont, Henry Clews A' Co., and Droxel,
Norgan it Co., do not give any sign of
fooling tho prouru of tbo past three days
To thu loo close adlioranco to tho
strict letter of law by the Assi'taut Treas
urer, Hillhotiio, may bu party traccablu to
Hits early suspension on tho I'nioti Tcist
Co. It is understood Unit tho Trust Co.
iiiailu alattoll'or to tho department of n mil
lion lire-twenty bonds, desiring therefor n
million greenbacks to meet thu drain on
tho deposits of tlm company and assured
tho dv)iirtmnt that at tho ollicial hour,
I" in., a million rhoifld bo offered at xuuh
figures as would insure necoptiinco by the
treasury. This private oiler was not nc.
ceptud arm the doors of tho Trust Co. weru
closed, and othor .disastors quickly fo
lowud. Tho olllcors of tho Union Trust
Co. are in a worse condition than most
people will readily bellovo. Tho amount
' ISIHKU'h JlBK.U.l ATION
is larger than at first supposed, and it is
ifcid it will oxctod flvo hundred thousand
lollars. Tho directors, this aftornocn.
considered the question nf appointing
re e v0r Carb lou lm len tra , I I
numerous. At 1-30 nYW- -given
that a general
beellVvted to-day. owi .
many dealer find i'.
their oh.vl.8 certillod In . ,
Statements, dockets i.n
two or three iliileteut hotels In town, and
over in Jrsy City, from whence bo took
tbo train cf tho Now Jersey CeutrAl rail
road last tretiing. The directors have
made no efforts to secure him. The efforts
to traco his whereabouts have been made
by private individuals. A member of the
govorning committee of thu stock ex
change, gave his opinion with reference to
the question of public conll.lonro return
ing tiii morning, and said thn excitement
would have died away without further
serious disaster but for the suspension of
the Tnlon trust, ity tbo timo that the
doors of tho First National bank of Ho
boken had opened this morning, about 50
depositors bad nisembled to demand their
money. The tollers wont to work and
cloed accounts as rapidly as possible. The
crowd mcanwhllrt Increased in site, until
not less than 150 depositors werrf awaitiiiK
their turn. The depositors aro making ar
rangements to bold n meeting early in the
week, It Is said that of the $207,000
which the hank has on deposit in Now
York, n largo share Is In the hand of the
COl I t NOT SKR IT.
Nhw York, Sopttmber 'J ). A number
of tolegram wore received at the pot of
fice requesting tho potmastcr to with-hold
from delivery letters bearing tho stamp of
parons sending messages, and which were
addressed to Jy Cooko A- Co. Tho post
master could not comply with tho riquet.
a the postal regulation requirothnt after
a Utter had passed from the mailing olilco
tho delivery of it cannot bo ilolayed or
prevented by the alleged writer.
The court of genoral sessions was ad
journed oarly yesterday, to give jurors and
court olticen nn opportunity to look after
their bank accounts and securitine.
UNl I.K. Hi M IIK.I.I'S.
The sub-treasurer ha posted a notice
stating that ho has boon instruct d by tbo
secretary of the treasury to purchase ten
million of dollars worth of bonds to-dav.
This prompt response of tho government
to Uio request made for tho relief of bank
ers yesterday, gives apparently additional
strength to tho strong, nnd iincoursgoment
to tbo weak. A bolter feeling prevails
anu it loons now as if tho worst was over
i iivo rp.
Stooks aro going up lively and several
sales hare been mado under tho rules
The only failuro mule known vet is that
of A. G. White A C.
utern union lias touched CO Sus
pensions ol tho Union Trust company it
is likely, will make unavailable balances
of smaller brokers, and perhaps force
them from nctive business this day.
baxa A: l.ogors havo susfended. A
meeting of the croditors of Jay Cooke A-
Co. has been called to meet on Monday
Humors are circulating lively, and one at.
tributes the suspension of tho Trust Co. to
tho defalcation of Kdward Height A- Co.,
just announced as suspended.
'J ho new suspensions arc Tausig A
Fisher, 1. M. .Meyers, Millor A Walsh,
harens Josophus, Williams A- Ilostwick
wab closelod with August Schnoll in the
Union Trust Co's otllce immodiatolv after
tho suspension of that institution.
TJm Stock Kxchango .pio-ed at ton min
utes to twelve.
The Union Trust Co. suspended at half
pat ten o'clock.
PLUCKY HANK Kit".
Philadelphia, September . The
Fidelity Trust company did not rloso at 3
p. m., but continuod to meet all demands,
receiving checks as lato as 5 o'clock, ut
which hour over JUOO.OOO had been paid
out. Mr. lirown, the uresldont. said he
would keep open
If it was necessary, to show depositors
that tho inslitlon was in a sound condition
and alilii to meot all claims.
Tho Union. banking company was run
upon up to tho very '.hour of closing, at
which timo about ?500,000 had Loon paid
out. I bore was, also a run on tho First
National ban!;, but it did not amount to
much. It is authoritivoly Hated that
nuithor thu state nor the city funds are
disturbod, tho state and citv treasuries
having nocondectiun whatever with .lav
Cooko & Co.
I'OMMK.VTS OK TIIK LONDON I'P.Bc.
A special from London savs: Tho
Times In eommanting on tho financial
panto In New ork says: 'In view of
the extraordinary pro-pority of the
United States, ami thn high price of gcv-
eminent bond, tho presont gust must be
remarked an effort of the financial sys-
torn to gut rid of its, dishonest element.
I he Daily 1 olograph says: " Such lo-
cai troubles as suspensions In New York
....! .u nc, mm aru, merely tno rank out-
s.u,..i ..inn uiuuerant prosperity, nnd
aro occasions to n piogross which doos not
for a moment halt."
A NOT II KR.
The Union Trust conipitny has failed.
Tho institution lias a state chartor. and
bore a heavy run yesterday.
DID NOT OI'KN.
Third strcot is comparativuly quiet.
Tho run on Fldolity Trust company has
almost ceased. Tho Union llankln com.
psny did not open to-dav. and a r.laer.l
nn ttiat il.-vrt.. Li.!.. it., i .
heavy d4m.,nd, suspoHsio,, V few ., '
IihJ litin rtfolvoi on.
ItM'AIIIMI A RKPoltr.
l'he.luy Cook clerks aro propariiiu- a
umiumont to mi mid before tho meeting of
the members of tlm firm.
IIohton, September 'JO. Thn financial
alarm in New York Is tho principal sub
Joct of discussion, but, sonr, does not in
lorluru with huidno.s. .
. i- .in..,.
. ...i.i i, oopieiunur hiquiro A Co.,
bankors. announce ihelr temporary nf
pensii ti until furllier advlcis from New
' r" ,
at toko -.to '
leu a-. Sptemh-r '( H j Mcs A-
Co., bankers and broken' In this city, hart
suspended owing to tho suspension of Jay
Cooko & Co. and other prominent house
In New York.
KIRK IN .VHVADA.
San FriStisco, Septembof, VO. - At
field Hill, Nevada, about a o'clock this af
ternoon, while the workmen were oatlng
their liiiiclms, a fire broke out in a black
smith shop belonging to Messrs. lltlchor
A Co, in Vellow JacUt mine, a abort dis
taneo north of the thafl. Tho timbers It
irK very dry
TIIK HIU SI'l-.BAD lllKIDLr
and soon filled thu Yellow Jaclut and the
niicnor mines with smoke nud
About a quarter past tbreu hi
E. PLOSION oli'L'KHlD
wnicn shattered tho lights in the mines
The men who wero then at work hurried
forutdto tho Crown Point and llelehur
. i. . ... . . ..
snaiw ami all vscapud but i. 'I heir
bodies have since beeii reent ered. Com
miinlcatlon between the Crown Point and
tne ltnHrlal tNorth on the smith hi bun
cut ..It. There is
oi mo nro spreading. Firemen can do
nOthilll- tllWnr.ts ..-!'. .1 if i.it.t .1 11... H..
out II IS III ft llln e where !!,..... . i.,.l
much timlior, and, eonnesmuntlv, it will
soon die kout, and will, probably
commoncu work to-morrow in the Hut
Cher and Crown Point. None of the mines
havo sustained much daiilaice. The. fol
WKRSt 1. II.t.Kll
anil their bod i is reeovertd : I.ouis l.ion
He, .In. II. Waters, W. S. Krsmd wator.
Jas. T. Nii, Tom Cu'sick, Geo. W
i.... ... .
jiuau. v .Mimocr or others are rery
ileK from inhaling thu g and being
burned, lmt nono aru considered planner
ous. j no people are
ami it is rumorwi that others uro still
missing. Tbo cry now is "No mure black
smith shops in mines."
FKO.M ST. 1. 01' IS.
TIIK t'OMIXU I'RIZK KII.HT.
St. I.oi'l's, September '.'0. .!. Cou
burn, liaruey Aaron, Itud llielly and
o.her sports frjm ditlerent jiart .f Ibe
country arrive! bore last night, to attend
tho mill betweuu Alien and McCool on
next Tuesday. Another three hundred
dollars has 1hb put up on tho II"gM.-Al
IIK.V. HAVIDSO.N ,
with svon companies nf cavalry returned
to l-.rt Sill on tbo Fourteenth, from
twenty-four slay's scout after tbu I mil
ails. Iiu frequently saw fresh sign of
Indians and several recently. occupied
camps, but failed to overUku nv ol the
red skin, lie found on Grossbuck truck a
NKWI.V MA UK OP.WK
of irank Modloy. an iiiptoy u nf the
I uxb surveying party, who was killed by
tne Indians August iffith.
A HEAVY KltOST
in Cio western part of .Missouri Wednc:
day night, did groat damago to thu t.ibac-
co crop. In Lexington and Chariton
counties alone, tho injury is animated at a
quarter of a million dollars.
LoxiioN, .September 'JO. Donald Dal-
rymple, mombor ol parliament lor Hath
JUnniD, epti'mLor 20. Tim Corres
pondence says tho lntreingentes al Carte-
glna are disposed to surrender to the na
tional forcos. Proi Isi. ns are verv scar- e
At Carleina en tho Light of the li'.li
Inst, while n boat belonging to tho French
corvette was anchored of Cartogina, wliliu
tho crow was passing from tins vessel to
suorc, It was bred upon bv thu Insurgents
for failing to reply to thoehallengo of the
sentry, and otio seaman killed Ttiocom-
mandur of tlm Corvette called tho niton
tion of tho Inlrasengnnti"s to tho occur
ence, and threatened to bombard the city,
but satisfactory explanation was mad.
FROM SALT LA K R.
OVKR TIIK ROAD.
Salt Lank, September 'JO.-Oliver
Amos, K. II, Makers and K. Atkins, di
rectors, and Gemini! .Superintendent F. K.
Suckle, of the Union Pacific railroud, ac
companied by llrlgliam Young, and olll-
ccrs of tho I 'tub Central railroad, went
ovor tbo lattor road for tho purpose of in
specting. The I nion PiieiHe party will
spend a few days hero, and then inspect
the Colorado Central. Lieut. (Ie.. l
Wheeler went to San Francisco to-day on
business connected with tho survey.
Washington, September 20.-Thn t.
lowing was received from London to-day.
"i wo secretary ol tho treasury Sv.,
'"cato Recount is in perfect order. Thcro
18 universally a kind lullng toward Jay
Cooke, McUullough A Co . who continue
business as usual. Signed,
A. (i. Ca'I'TIvI
The run on the Ireodmen's and Wash,
ington city savings' banks continued to,
day, but was much less than yceturdiiy,
Thu former ha paid out i'iV.0,000. There
are about seventy-five person, tho ma.
J'Hy beiug c-jlorod, nwaiting their turn at
WHAT 1 1 KR K RI'O RT.
VVAhINUION.S0Iltoinb.ir "0 ln.l,l.tl,
Itioa For Sunday In Mid.il,. un.l iVni,,rn
"', t night light frost, ilurliiL- thu dav
genorally oluar weather with northwest
winds. I' or South Atlantic mid Kastern
won status, northerly winds ve.,rl,,,. in
.1 ... . . - "
u noriiionsi ami pan'y cloudy wcalbe
p or lower lakes and itn valloy, during
tho nlgbt frost, nnd during Sunday rlei.r
and dry weather, followud Sund y uvo in
...... ...j uuiiinur, ioiiowuu runuy uvo
mo unio valloy by northeast urn) southeast
winds and Increasing .lolid.nuss, For
thu Upper Jakes and thu northeast, falling
hiiromoter, inoreasing smiiuorly winds,
rising temperature and cloudy or throat
M EMI-u is, September V'O. - The weather
to-day Is ry unfavolabln lor thole auf.
ferlng from tbu yellow fever and thephy.
ielatu think it will bate a tendency to
prevent tbu spread of the disease, The
Howard association his had only sit p
plications Irom new csei to day and
reported. Oliver Woodward, corner of
Sucond nnd Eiekatigu, and J.d.n Hrank,
foot ot Washington street, will notwltb
standing t(,u gloomy weather surrire,
There is les panic of k-lin,- than at any
time since fj.e distase appealed Private
advices from New Orleans, say that the
fever prevails there, and the dengue or
broakbone fever ruijes ks epidan.ic,
Cms aoo, 8ptiimt.r till A iredful
accident outnirreil on tne Cbiugo it Alton
railroad near Jacksonville, lils , yeitsr
day. The engine ol a passenger tram
running into or1'ory winch was croitim;
tho track, in-tanlly killim; ilrs. Samul
Kstiiiolf, and Utally injuring AUry Dues,
a little girl six year old, and etc-uslj in
juring Yaleiit'iio .VI. Oormack, vilio m
driving lliu Inigi-y. Mis I'.anneis was
iter of K.-nbuii Springer, a pr-imlLrit
clt'uuu of Ciiii'inuiti.
FKO.M I XDI ANAl'OI H
lMHANAPol l, Septelnbur JO ll.ibux. s
celebrated pslnting the "Piodi. al Sot.
wa n.l.lieJ to the attractions at the eipj.
sitton building to-day.
Cr.ts.iNN ati, Sp tmber 'Jo ItivMr 1
feet lu inches and lallimj. D, parts
Cameli s, Cairo.
Nsw Op.leav. September '.J 4St r
rivals. Departe.1; .Mary K Poe, : t
Loul. Clear. Tnermometer h J
Kvansv ll.LE, Septemb'ir ao dear an t
cool. Mercury 10 to 71 with river flit.i
3 inches. I. p. Klls Pilot. iV.wn, .1 .s
ilransford. Mary All right. TbeCtarm r
wa aground at French island, got ail ar J
arrived at 6:30 p.m. No lmuvii.e or
Cairo packtta to-day.
St. Louis, September -o. -rr.vol
Julia, Vicksburg; Kob Hoy anil North
western, Keokuk; Chas. llrosvn, Cain.
Maggie, Illinois river. Departed North
weslorn, KeokuL-; Gleucoe, New Orleans
Maggie, lllinoi river; DeSms-t, Ml.soun
river, Klhott, Memphis; .Julia. Vlcki
burg. I'.ivor fall ng slowlv. Weather
clear and cool.
Louisville, September 'JO K verl.ll
ing, with scant threo I.,t n the canal, and
It: inches in tho pass down the Indian
ehl'.ts; and -1 feet on the Ponitid bar, 3
feet on tbu bars hence to I'VMiifl!e, and
lets than -i feet honcu to Cincu'riati
Weather clear and col. The ttcan.ai
Morning Stnr has laid up. and tho Hitn
Hite has taken her place in tho Henderson
trade. The new Jocke of thn canal will
be closed next Wednesday, to make eica
vations in the rocks below the lork-s old
lockes to bo left open Arrivals lien
Franklin, Cincinnati Dovo No. V! Madi
soi ; Kitty Heeler. Memuhis. Morning
Star, Menders in. Departures Ben
Franklin. Cincinnati: 1'at ICoeor Clnelr..
nati; Dove No. 2, Kentu-ky river
Champion, Madison: Kitty Hetler fin
cinnati; Koso Hite, Henderson
New Orleans. Seutnuber "
iirm, yeiiow mixed ite vo on 7D--
Oat advanced, ordinary -is.- ( h.i, .,
Hay firmer, prim.) f 'Hl'i
Molassus in, tiling do a .twn KiL'f.J new
sjrupswas received from N iw Ibenta
tho first of thu tvon.
Starling 'JOi; slehl h i remliiiii void
Cotton , sale 475- iimrk.'t unettm.i Lv
alvancesfrom Nuw York; prices irrc?u-'
lir anil lower; strict to tn. k good ordln
arv. lDCi 17. lawte irn.i.1 luiddline. 1HJ
0'.19 , receitits 5'i, uu einurts. .tcclr.
St. I..iri, Suiitember 1J. Hmn.e.i
Chango is badly demoralized . tho NW
York tolegrams. . Little produce changed
utiUs, and jirices aru generally iownr
Hemp firm and unchangi.J.
Flour dull and weak.
IS-l .I...I . . . . ..
it neni nn i noil lower; ?o 2 spring
01 in elevator; with no bu vein ut Sh
cloioj No -1 red fall 'l 'Si: No a SI 'if,
Corn lower mid un-etUcl: N a. 'J rill. All
1llc to seller in October.
Hats udsettlod and closlmr b.wiirt No
mixol .Uf.n.'tCo in elovator.
llHrlllV--briel.l 'n I l M.. t . .......
tl e demand held firm; No 2 31 -10(jU Ii
Iivo dull and lower; No 2 7l'f.i 71c
Fork dull; dry salt meats dull and nom
inal, baton dull
OLIVE STREET HOTEL
m:cond am) hi.ivi: stui;i;tn,
"VTKJVI.Y, I'lfll I) AND 111 I I l.'MSHI.Ii
1 IhrmiKlioiii, (k,,cl; ti-li-prapli In the hoii-te.
hlu i t cull uni-e lllil, d at ii KlU by cili-liuu li;lii
iKuull mod, rn lmiroi-mi'iil.i t.oii.hi.-ii-.l m, n,
Ami-rk'iin iin.l l.uniii-ui pl.iu I ,ui-n un plan,
rooms (,1 ner d.i) in a! Me :icl. Mi, iiimi
plJll it ri0iier.li-.
DUItlt I'll T III II A 11). PmpiMnrs
A aOOK FOR THE MILLION'
A I'rlvnlci'oiiiiaelor to tboMurrleJ
or those about to Slurry, on Ilia PIivsIuIokIciiI mC
t.ri.. .ml r.T.l.lluu. of tbtstiusl jtt,m niV .Y.
latrst dlK-onrlM In rroducliif aud pr.,allLa ift!
. This fi an e-r..tlnS work ot two uB"1rJ aui
litjr ig.i .ith nuii1.rou.nnaTla,auJcoiJtilr
-.alnabl luronnatlon for tliott who ar. alrti.j .V,
coi.tea.pUt. ni.rrl.jt. i still It Is a look thtt iuabt
lo U uuii.r lock auf kw auj not uji Sr..? !'
aboul th. hem..., ' 001 lM wreltssl;
r,.,, .MtlcM.,0 M, 4, ctiteBusT. U&li. I.