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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1873.
Jena 8. Mulkey. Wl!lm C. Mulkey
MULKKV A SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OBeiu Klhth rtreet. between Commer
c!l ud vVethlogton venuei.
)r mt lis City ssnd
, pautao II MBra SlIltaOIB,
lUMK H. OBEHLY. Editor and Publisher
TBUU OF TIU5 DAILY UULLlTtr :
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Oatrwby osuriar, In advance 10 00
Oat 7 Mr by carrier It not pld In
rkrMMoaUu 3 00
IJTHJC DOLLAR WKKLT BULLKTW
Juta H. Obarly hat reduced the tubierlp
tUa tio of tfc Wmbxt Cairo Buixbtim
tt Ob Dollar par annum, making It tht
ebaapaatpaparpubllibed In Southern HUnol
tag matter every pace.
Tib Central Illlnoli Mtlhodltt Episco
pal tonftrtnct which cloted iti lenlon at
OalMbttrg, on the 23d, expelled from IU
ranks IUt. T. C. Workman, whose wife li
bow under arreet at Eureka (or the
murder of hit mil tress.
Akdbxw Jon.vLOK ii ono of tbe vic
tim of the financial crash which liai
ruined the tortunts of to many people.
Mr. Johnion had tlxty thousand dollar
in on of the bank which hare gono un
dr, and lose It all.
Tax ttaretary of the interior hu ap
pointed Richard Hal and George II.
Iiarlbut of Illinoii, and John Frew of
Ohio, comuittiontri to ciamino the
Southern division of the Cairo & Pulton
railroad, from Little Hock in Fulton, and
twenty-five mile of the tame road lying
Immediately touth of the Boundary lino
between Mittourl and Arkansas.
BriciAL dispatch to the New York
Herald' from Dundee, Scotland, givot
coma interesting newt concerning the
death of Captain Ilall, obtained from Dr
Xmil Seutl, chief of the scientific corps
on the Polaris expedition and ono of the
rcue4 at that port. Dr. Bessel expressed
urprii at the rumor that Captain Hall
had died a violent death, and attertt posi
tlvaly that he died of appoplexy that he
had been ill about fortnight and tout
part ef this time, hit mind was affected to
a considerable extent The statements of
Dr. Bestel ar eonflrmtd by Chief Engineer
Scbuman, who add that in the lucid in
terval of Captain II all, be pressed upon
Captain Buddinfton hi desire that tbe
expedition should strive to retch the Polo
and not allow hi death to act at a hinder
ance to tbe accomplishment of that under
taking. t The violence of tbe yellow fover has
scarcely abated at Shrtvtport, and while
It cause indescribable gloom and misery,'
the destitution of the people is said to be
nearly as alarming a the pestilence itself.
This cannot be stayed by human hands,
but it doe li In the power of every one
to help to relieve the distresses occasioned
by want, and urly na equally necessary
cas ba ever appealed to tbe tympathios
or the people than tbe pestilence and
poverty-stricken people of the apparently
doomed city of tibrtveport. Contribu
tion from several cities have been sent
to relieve it, but when iti remembered
that all business hu ceased and that the
city it one huge hospital of sick and dying,
it will be teen that tbo libera gilts which
have been tent ar insufficient to supply
the need of the sufferers. Chtrily indued
should be open-handed in the cnic of tbo
Shrevepor t sufferers.
To the Editor of the Pittsburg Commercial :
Permit me to occupy a portion of your
space, with a few brief letters, relative
to the improvement of the Ohio river.
The improvement of the navigation
of this greit water course has been for
years a subject of annual discussion in
congress ; but to those only who do
business upon its waters, aad the pco
pie of the great cities alon its course,
does its importance (o the future, as
well as the present, ol the whole nation
deem to be understood.
By these frequent attempts, through
oonventrbns and by special committees,
have been made to induce the govern
inent of the United States in umlnriai-n
the improvement of the navigation of
me river, in sucn a manner as would
render it the transportation highway it
can, under the expenditure of money,
be made. Ample surveys of the
atream and voluminous reports from
government cngineerH, have boon about
the only results obtained -, and to-day
the Ohio is, for navigation purposes,
Ilfarlv ttlft an In. rir.r it .1.......
naturally, altough a considerable sum
iias oeen in me aggregate expended in
those surveys, reports, building a few
wing dams of loose stones, and dredg.
idk Jew osrs.
ror ociwecn miriy anu lorly years
this process has been going on. ".Dur
ing that period survey after survey has
nnuwu inai engineering skill can create
the required depth of water. Report
ir report nas Deen made in congress
from general and special committees,
recognising the necesity of improving
the Ohio; yet the LouUville canal, and
as before said, a few wing dams, and
the removal of some snags and bars,
are the results of governmental action.
If the Ohio, by reason of its geo
grapical position, as well as its natural
water flow advantages, is tli imp; ,a
great water transportation facility ; if
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SBB JIVfUIBUUU, IUI Siva, UIIQ 1116 rC-
oarcea of the country through which
it flows, and those of which it is a cou.
neetiog link, are all that the htatistics
will show, certainly such action of the
gorerameat accomplishing roally noth
ing for it improvement is mere waste
of none ana time as well. If it is
not what is daisied, tho navigation
MtoM provides is sufficient for the
weat of it water shed. In the mean.
time, the whole railroad sjstetu of the
United States has teen created. Moun
tain ridges have been scaled by loco
motive?, mountains hare been tunneled,
hills hare been made to fill valleys,
valleys dug through hills, great riven
hare been spanned by railroad (racks,
and (he Pacific and Atlantic coasts
linled lv iron bonds, through individ
ual action. A startling contrast, anil J
one not'le.ened when we come to see
from the statistics of the" country (he i
present and future value of the Ohio '
river, to not only the dwellers nloni:
its bank, but to the nation
The wonder arises that in the grand
march of the nation to its present mat;-
nifniln nrt ariUovnnn lino, i? --. -it- 1 1 ut
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inicu 10 nci on wic aosoiuie cenaiuiy
..u -..ic wniu river, irom us Kcojjrapu-
itui jiu.-riuun, nuuiu (J i uuavoiuauic ue
cessity have to lie made a cspacious av
enue ot transportation, to meet the
daily wants ot the millions who would
fill its valleys and develop the resources
of the seven stales that torui iN water
l)t Witt Clinton ricked a political
career and won not only that hut a
statesman's name, by his persistent ad
vocacy of tlio New Vork canal. The
benefit of that to this state was
not us plain as is the use of
tbe Ohio river, with continuously relia
ble navigation to the seven states of the
Ohio valley,andthco of the Mississippi
valley as well.
The one state of New Vol k could
expend S.5,000,000 on her canals,
8:iL',000.005 in tho enlargement of the
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.., vuiiui uiuuu, uuu iiruiu?V3 iu ;mii;iiii
010 nin aaa -. , . . . I
ci-,uui,vow more, ana who uouuts
wisely? But before (he domamJ, In
states containing over one-half of the
population of tho whole nation, that
half the sum spent in the enlargement
of tho Erie canal fhall be expended to
render the Ohio a transportation facility
for not one state, hut fifteen, conem
stands aghast and the watch dogs of
vuo ttcuHury bemoan tlio wasteful ex-
pcnditures nnd declaim against tho
extravagant schemes in which it is pro
posed to involve the government. A
govcrnincut of which the population of
mo mates proposed to bo beiiehtcd by
the improvements of the Ohio, making
more than one-half, and who, ho the
(he expenditure great or small, will
naturally through direct or indirect
taxation, pay themselves over one-half
of the out-lav. and be at the same time
contributing in the same proportion of
over onc-nait to all the other expendi
tures of tho government, whether for
national expenses, or sea coast, or lake
improvements. Would it not seem
more natural if (he representatives In
congress of this preponderance of the
nation snould recoil aghast at the appro-
firiatious of millions Cor sea coast and
ako improvements, of which their con
stituents will pay over one-half?
Thus contrress after congress virtu
ally ignores tho creation of ope of the
great tranportatioa facilities of the na
tion ; and year after year reluctantly
votes a few thousands for survevs, and
snag-boats for the Ohio, "a tub for a
whale," but cheerfully gives millions
after millions for improvements upon
the coasts, to the neglect of a navagi
tion one-fourth lonjrer than the whole
sea coast line of the country. In that
1,000 miles of inland river navigation
there arc in the fifteen i(c olon its
bants twenty million two hundred and
sixty -eight thousand people; and in
those eighteen states, with greater or
less shore along the sea coast, but fif
teen million nine hundred and thirtv-
one thousand, including Xow YnrL-
with four million four hundred thou. 1
sand inhabitants, who are more ncarlv I
interested in tho lakes, or ncarlv thirty
per cent, more inhabitants directly in
terested in the improvement of the
Ohio than in the harbors of the coat
line. The seven immediate htates of
the Ohio valley, under whoso appoint
ments a body of commissioners are
now striving to obtain enlarged gov
ernment action for the improvement of
the Ohio, have thirteen million four
hundred thousand population, nearly
ninety per cent- as many inhabitants
as in the eighteen sea coast states, and
one hundred per cent, moro than in
the balance of the river states.
J he importance now-and its the fn-.
inro nf vn,. il.:,. ,,.. T l.....
to show briefly by statistics in sub.e-
alula x ..ujiv; ,
quent letters, and shall endeavor to as
briefly give the various plans hereto.
lore proposed to render tins natura
transportation highway all that is dc
sired, with the estimated cost, trustin"
iu make ciear, mat although the ex
penses may hcem lnrge, that a great
necessity requires the outlay, and tho
greater benefits justify the work.
Against a threatened ivil. monopoly
in transportation, the people are now
protesting, aud a broad, earnest, dc
tcrmined cry for cheap transportation
is going up all over the country. For
the suppresiou of a political evil the
records of tlio treasury show what the
nation expended, and the statistics of
mo imernai rovenuu sliow liow amply
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...v nuncn iii mo sjiho valley
with their f,iters the cost. IVaee it '
lias been said, has its victoiie.i as well I BfB,n ,ll,vu arr,veJ Lt,ro which wore in
as war. When the Ohio shall become 1 lenUei1 ff shipment, but new remain in
the great, capacious transportation j l,,e warehouses lr. consequence 0f inabil
channel, it can by engineering be made, 1 to negotiate fotoign exchange. Hy
rendering the 1(5,000 miles of river nav- J anticipating tbo payment of the bonds of
ligation, a cbcfin trinat. .!,.:.. r...!i!... 1 la-. o.. i . .... ..
liiilMtrnnoliiil I... I '"Ciniy, I
"J ",u KreeiiH or llie lie
ctssities of corporations, from the base
of thenocky mountains to within three
hundred miles of the eea coast, and
under bold engineering perhaps yet
nearer, will it not bo a triumph in tb
progress of the nation that may well
bo written down a victory ? And sl. '
sum expended for thus chcckini; the 1
possible evil of traniiortati..n
oly is as little to be regretted as that
twiicn Mippresied a political evil. Of
wiiicu sum tnc seven Ohio states have
paid of" the amount collected through
the internal revenue office (award the
WC"Lof 1,10 ri!,io"l Jcbt, one.
third. J he report of (he internal rev
enue commissioner for 1805, when the
axation was the broadest, showing
that of la,l 18,801 04, the seveS
Ohio states paid 8(J2,rjo:),l!!J 8i or
over thirty.thie per cent.
I'lTTsiinm, Hcpirmher 1, lS'.fj.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
FROM NEW YORK.
STOI'l'Kli 111' VINO llOXtis.
Nt.w York, .September Tho
press says tho announcement Hint
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caused doop d tappo Intment to-day, and
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uu ., ,., n ux proaseu again si
I occrol,ir)' ntcnaruson, lor his dociiion.
current that tho
Yesterday reports wero
top buying, and we
woro induced by tho treasury oilicials to
denounco tho report as malicious.
Tho advance in Kink of England notes
to four percent, is the natural renult of
tho shipments of gold this morning.
Gold opened tlnn, at 111 j, owing to tho
advance in the Lisnk of England rate, but
nfterward declined to ill, nud still later
rallied to 111, whan it was announced
from Washington thtit the bonds of 18TI
prould not be anticipated by tho treasury
A Washington dispatch says Socrotary
Kichardson has stated it would be good
policy for all banks to suspend former
EXTRA SKSSloS" OK CoSbRKs".
It is rumored that tho president hat
been ndviso! to rail an extra ioslon of
Nkw York, September 'J5. Tlio feol
ing in Wall ttreet was much ijulelcr to
day. No additional failures woreropuriud;
notvitlistanding,tlie disappointment foil at
the action of the secretary of tho treasury,
it is hoped the couliJence which ro:oived
sii severe a kIunjIc on Monfey will suon be
restored. Thuru 'vas Iom apparent otuito-
mentonthc straet tiay than on any
ft. l . i . . ..3
other day tinco Thursdav. At uual the
crowds of brokers and thoir clerks, col
lected in front of the Stock Kxchango,
but tho number wa smaller than on the
previous days, and the general tone ot
conversation was calm and rational.
iiox't aitrovk it.
The action of Becretary Hichardson in
stojiping the purchuso of bonds and in ro
fusing to anticipato tho J per cont. bonds
of 1871, duo Jrnuary 1st, was eagerly dis
cussed, and so far m could be acorthined,
met with but scant approval. While soma
expross great anxioty fur tho future
there aro many consorvativo men In n hose
pinion tbo associated banks are fully
able to hold their own and that the back
of the panic hu at l.iat huen broken. Tbe
stock uxchange is
ami tbo common report ! thtt it will no,
be reopened tilt Monday in any ovont,and
po.'sibly not then unless there shall be a
marked improvement in the condition of
All clearings made this far were .-atii-factorily
made. Tht clearing house com
mittee appointed to consider the commun
ication made by a committee of the stock
exchange yesterday, Lave not taken action
In regard to tbe matter, but the chairman
of the two committees bad a conference
on the subject this morning.
A ritOMINKNT UANK
president said to-day that he believed
the banks wtro woiking tmoothly, au 1 j
thought it doubtful if the recouimonda-
t,on' """ h lho tJtoclj Exchange com
",,llcu wou,u uo M0P-
Tho views of those prominent in the
dry goods trado say the situation is en
couragfng in the greatest degree, and that
business is about as good this month as it
was during tho samo period last year, and
shows hurdly hny of a falling off. A few
buyer hold hack, and indeed the march,
anu do not ctre to sell except to parlies
of wbo stability they are wull assured,
but afl'aingo on in tho ordinary grooves,
very much as usual.
MKKTINO OK Mi V -OOOlJi MKN.
A meeting of sevoral of tho dry goods
mun was hold at Clallln's last week, at
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uwu uuposn as usual Wild
tiiir bankers, an
oeen eiiectcd whoroby they can draw
what money they reijuiro for business pur
poses as heretofore. Tho arrangement
has been found to work satisfactorily for
all pirtie couccrnod.
Tho general convocation of the mor
chants at tho produce exebanee. showi
that the market for Hour, bruaditulfs, pe-'
iroium, and naval stores, ro
nmins in a nominal state. Dealers
cannot act Intelligently, or make
future contracts while the present uncer
tainty continues, and coniu'ticntly trans
actions are limited.
THE DRAIN TltAKK
Is extremely quiet, tho absence of a markot
l""iirciai uxenango checking busi
ne" 10 erot oUent- fgo amounts of
..... ea.ort lllll.K llie govern
mem win aiiorii means of relief. About
; of this class of bonds arohold abroad.
AN0THK.lt MILLION CI.A1WKD,
Tho Loudon Times of tho ilst inst.hns
the following telegram :
Vkiuian, September 1 1. An incident
wcu" yeMerday which, happily, did
,not ")COlnu publicly known or It niiK,t
(.ivwutuu iiiuuii uxcitemant. At 11
v.um, Bk mu ninmoni wnoii the tlnancial
question was believed to bo entirely set
tied, the dormant suddenly declared an
other million francs due thm lnr
bavins kant nn a m.. i i
.1 t. i oonan of
w r rum-, governmen, ouring tho occ...
iiiuh ui inu rrunvii J'epHrtmenU. On
being ashed to give tho details of this
claim, tbey repllod that they bad actually
estimated what was due to them, and If
the million was not paid they wculd pro
long the occupotlon. The matter was im
mediately refeared to tbe government, and
upon an ordur from Vnrsalllts, the re.
celver of taxti at Vordan this mornln-j
paid the sum clairnod.
niNRY NLKWS .V CO.
ttato that tho liabilities which tbelr Lon
don houso deicribe as "Incur rod account
for Now York house, " are largely accept
ances under commercial conditions for tho
account of various merchants In this city
and elsewhere, to whom tho drafts will be
returned and who will meet them, bolnR
prepared so to do bythavlng goods placed
in tliolr posiossion against which the ar-
1 oentancei wore eiven. The anD&rent Ha.
I - o- - - ,
. lillltlos thcreforo of the London house
win bo rojllcoJ l0 u,o oxtont to which tlio
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acceptance under tbeso conditions aro
, fof bv tic, wl(). wmM
. t(,py woro l.stte.l.
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r erable excitement was cauiod bore th t
forenoon by the announcement of the pr(
cautionary measures adopted ly the CM
cago and Cincinnati bunks, which were at
first reportod as having totally suspended.
This excitement was heightened at noon
hy the stisponslon of the private bsnVins
! house of Woolen. Webb & Co., owing
mainly to the return of their drafts on the
suspended Trust company of New Yorl-,
and public confidence) bocaino so shaken
that there was quito a hoavy run on Kitr.
ingcr't Imnk.and on lho Indianapolis lay
ings bank, by a class of generally small
depositors. Some few porsons have with
drawn their money from other hanks. Tbe
First National bank, instead of closing at
tho usual hour, kept open an hour, Ugivo
any depositors an opportunity to withdraw
tboir money if they wished, and when it
closed, ltjfp rocoived more monir than it
bad paid out.
Tbo unquestionable solvency of all our
binkt, tngother with tho fnarloss way in
which thoy mot the excitement, seems to
liayo sent home the crowds who thronged
at sr.w nnt.CANh.
Net.- Ohi.kans, Septombor 'JS.Thero
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bank presidents In the r tr. excent two
rm a m maaAI-k L!. r t -II 1 -
It wat resolved to pay ao checks for moro
than ono hundred dollors, nil the larger
chocks to be cortitlcd. This arrangement
is to continue for thirty day?. This ac
tion tbey consldor precautionary to prc
AT SAVANNAH, OA.
Savannah, September t!5. A run
oramonced early this morning on tho
savings department of the HavannHh
Bsnk, and tho Trust company and tho
Southern Hank of Georgia, hargo crowds
are congregated. Ilanks are paying dollar
for dollar, and businos is at a completo
standstill for want of currency.
Washington. Sontumbnr The
, navv department is navlm? all M,inlov
. cj f j
to-dy in anticipation of usual pay day,in
order to lessen the stringency of tbe mon
ey market caused by tho scarcity of cur
rency. AT MKMl'Ulh.
Mkmimiis, rjaptcmbor "J... There is
groat excitement in tins city on account
of tbe tusponslon of thn banks, caused by
inability to realizo on securities in New
York. The following named banks hav
closod to-day first National bank
DoSoto bank, and it is reported the Freed
man n savings uank anu llie Trust corn
pany. There aro hoavy runs on othe
banks. It is oxpocted that all will ro
open aftor tbe panic subsides, Tho ex
citment at present is intense
FKOM GRAND H A.YEN.
ANOTHER I.AKK MSANTEIt.
(Jkanh IlAVrx, Mich., September 25
The tchooner Whitiigwent ashore during
the night, anl sinco daylight thoro ha
oeen mowing a terrible galo from tho
west. The vessel i heavily laden with
salt. About S o'clock tho captain nnd one
of the men leaped into tho water, and, to
tbe amazement of the assembled crowd
succeeded in reaching tho beach. Soon
after this ono of tho Ironsides' lifo-boats
put ofl from shore, hut before reaching
KILI.KII AND CA1-SI7KP,
ono of tho brave men named Colly, a res
ident ot Orand Haven, drowned. The
tug Miranda then started with ono life-
boat and oo yawl, along side the shore
Four men Jumped from lho rigging into
boat, and wero greeted by tho cheers of a
thousand spoctattirs. The noxt moment
lho boat plunging under tho schoonor,
reeled over. Throo of tbo sailors again
succeeded in reaching the rigging. Tho
other was teen for a moment when
AN IMUKNSK BRKAKKn
twopl tho poor tollow from tight. Tho
l"B C8,no lnto Porl auJ ris5hlod hor boats
and aeain ttarted for the relief nf tb.
men. Again the host got to tho vessel's
side, but was swamped beforo the mon
could learo tho rigging. Kverything
possible will he done to save the uiifur-
tunate teamen, but It in a terrible task
A few hundred dollars Invested here in
suitable life.boats, such melancholy oc
curronco would not be recorded.
The tug Miranda succeolod in gottinu
al.ngsidotho schooner Whiting, and took
o(f the throe men. Tbe bodios of tlio
drowned not yet rccovorod
A no body of a man supposed to ho off
the Ironsides, was found on the beach
nine miles north of hero this morning.
I'ittshuro, Soptembor 2fi.. It ia
learned from authentic sources that :!50,
000 in gronbcks arrived hero to-day,
from Now Y'ork and Washington city.aiid
other largo sums are on the way, which
aro expected to arrive to-morrow. Thoro
is well founded hopes that the greenback
ttrlngoncy will be over by Saturday ovoti
ing If not toonor. Tho outire outlook is
moro hrltrht and thnrn im rdAir.n r.i
.. . .
ing me temporary uorangomunt of oilr
financial house, is to bo of snort dun
The run on the several savings banks has
stopped, and no now movement of any
kind Is apprehended. Tho Trust Co. it
making arrangements to resume. Tho of.
Been sty tbey expect to bo opon by Mon
day next. The Iaawrence savings bank
hlch susponded yesterday will reiuinu in
a ! Any i
Nasiivili.k, Soptember VS. Tho na
tional banks of this city issued and potted
tho following placards this forenoon. " In
view of tho monotary crisis, and uspen
Inns of the Now York banks, and banks
of other cities, and also in view of the
wolfaroof our various friends and cus
tomers, it is horohy agruod hy the four
national hanks of this city, that wo sus
pond curroncy payment on all halancot
exceeding $200." At a largo and full
meeting ot tbo board of trade thi fore,
noon, the course of the hanks won unani
mously approved, and resolutions aloptcd
that tho merchants and business men of
the citv wouid continue to deposit with
and aid tho banks by every moans in their
powor. A general good fooling prevails
among tho business men, nnd there are
no symptoms of a panic.
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SiircvrI'okt, Septombor Tho
fever which seemed to have abated yo.ter
day, broko out with increased energy last
night and this morning. Many now caset
occurred in the city and subuihs Among
prominent deaths to-day are C. W. Lowis,
tmsines manager of tbe Times; Col.
Null, Maj. C. .1. Moncerce and M. S,
.lames. Miss Moncorce and Mrs. Clarke
arc dangerously ill. Drs. Chappin, David
son and Hums pronounco tho disease
OENUINK VKI.LOW riCVKK,
of tho most malignant type.
A meeting of physicians was held Inst
night, but nothing ilicited.
Tho destitution is as terrible as the dis
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ease, i no expenses oi me Howard asso
ciation aro about 51,000 per dav. The
penniless women and children must bo
fed or starved, and the association must
feed them. Tho list of interments to-day
numboroil 1!', in addition to this thorn
woro 3 persons who died in tho suburbs,
buried outside the city.
TIIK SITUATION I-OI.I7ICU..
iKW urlkans September L'5. The
merchants generally approve of the course
of tbo banks have determined upon. It
is understood that a meeting of tho cotton
oxclmngo will bo oillad to morrow to ap
prove their actioSr Nothing dory; in tbe
oxehango. No unusual excitement about
tho banks. The eommitteo of seventy
adoptod resolutions calling a mass con
vention of tlm people of tbo state of
Louisiana to meet in New Orleans No.
vombor 2 lib. Tbe people or all the par
Ishos, irrespoitlvc ef party, who aro op
posod to tho Kellogg usurpation, aro ear
nestly invited and requested to join and
participate in the election of delegates to
said convention. Tho objects of thn eon.
vention aro to consider tho political situa
lion in Louisiana, and to Institute meas
ures looking to tho amelioration of tho
condition of tho people, and to memorial
ie (Vnigrss for relief.
London, Soptember '..'...Steamer Scan
dinavian which lefl Liverpool to day lor
(Juobcc, took oil rivo hundred thousand
dollars in bullion.
Tlio South Australia Uudgct states that
a fjnd of 210,000 is now available for
promotion of immigration to tho colony.
Maoiuii, September 'JO It is expected
that bombardment of Carlgenia will be re
opened Saturday or fcunday. The Insur
gent mon of war in thu harbor aro unable
to move, their engineers refusing to terse
(Jen. Morionoz has ariivod at Talus.
AMii.vnTo.N-, September.'.'.'. l'roba.
bilities Kor New Kngland, rain will pre
van io-nigni, lonowcd Friday by winJs
veering wostorly and clearing weather.
Fur Middlo States and Lower Lake re
gion Friday, clear or partly eloudv
weather, and winds gradually shiftinc to
soutneriy ana eastorly. For Southern
states ti Mississippi gentle to fresh winds
mostly from southwest aud toutheast and
clour or partly cloudy weather with occa.
sional rain on coistand lower Missfsslnnt
valley, from lower Ohio vallev
and Missouri to Unnor lak-m r-n".
ing barometer increasing southorlv
to easterly winds, with cloudy woatherand
rain. Tho indications now are that a so
voro storm Is approaching from tho north
west, and will probably extend eastward
ovor tho uppor lake region on Friday!
- autionary signals are ordered for Dulnth
Sr. Louis, Sentonibur 2.1 1 Iill ti rt
..... .., uuur. nr currency in band can
inako tboir own terms.
Wheat, spring unsaieeble; fall business
waseonlincd almost entirely to settlements:
nuyers 01 easli lots insist on fur hor cou.
OUeriUL' 1 ''0 lor Nn. - o,l
Corn dull and little doinu: No. 1! mixed
regular 8HJ0 cash.
,. , anJ ,owor' Xo- - mixed ill Jc.
Uye dull C5(17c. '
Fork dull and nominal $ IC10 'js
lry salt meat dull and nomuinl.
Lard dull and uncbaugud,
Whiskoy quiet ll'ic.
HIP O, . I 1 ii
declined 50c. ' '
Whiskey dull, 2 conts lower, Louisana
Ic; Cincinnati $1.
Others unchanged-and all dull.
Cotton, sales all sales navnt.ln lr
cortitled cliocksj quotations nominal lie
good ordinary K.Jcj law middling H'.lc:
lt,l,lll.... 1 - 'I ' .,. . V.
......muiiK jtuihi iiiiuuiing 10c: receipti
10&; no exports ol stock.
M KM I'll In. Snntemlinr ', On ..nn.,.
01 1110 monetary panio in New Vork, and
the run on all banks in tho city, two o
which have suspended, business is almost
uwroiy suspended. Quotations caiinoU
ClIIOAOO. Sontoinlinr IT, Flnnr .lull
Wheat quiet, llrni, and highori No 1
print; $1 00: No '.' torlu- o.-.n culn 1 im
October j No !J 80c.
t-orn in fair demand and advanced ; no
uts in talr demand ! No 2 27c cash.
Harloy No 2 fall $1 15,
I'ork sold at 13c Fuhruarr.
MADS A.V .ASS10.VMKNT.
Toledo, September 2fl. Kiunors arc
current to-night that tho hanking house
of Kratis & Smltb, ono of tho oldest In
tho city,;bas lnadejan as!gnmtnt.
1. 1 V.E RENEWS.
Silver Thorn Kvanivillo.
I.mma C. Klllett Memphis.
Ilonaccnrd and tow st. Louis.
Dictator and hargei Ohio river!
lice and barges St. Louis.
'I'" I'i'k I'aducah.
Silver Thorn Kvansville.
Kmma C. Klliott St. Louis.
llonsccord and tow Ohio river.
Urn Klsk I'aducah.
llrsiNKi Kor tho past week thoro has
boon very littlo husinoss transacted at this
'port. Iloats como and go. but very few of
Ihem have full trips. However, this con
dition of atlalrs cannot last long. J-'all
and winter aro coming along, and
with thorn will come lots of busines for
our river people.
Tub Hivickx Are in about the same
condition at stated in our previous report.
Tho Mississippi is declining slowly. Tho
Ohio i almot stationary, with a very good
stage of water bulow Calrj to Now Or
lean. Mm'Ki.i.ANK.oi'K There were only six
arrivals, and four departures during the
day up to tbo time our report closed.
Tho tow-boat Ileo came in to port with
two brokon rudders. Sho hail one of them
repaired here. Sho added about suventv-
live tons here for Now Orlcan
The .Urn l'ik hud tho fol owing for
Calrojparties! Unas. (Jal gb , 25 sack
wheat; C. It. Woodward, CO bdls. hubs,
and I bdls. of shingles, aid J.JK. Cundlll
j crates cabbage. .She had considerabl
freight lor resLiprnent.
Tho Kmma C. Kills tt from Memphis
arrived early yosterday morning. Sho re
mained but u short time, whon she depart-
eJ lor ot. J,ni.
Tho Silver Thorn, tho Kvansville and
Cairo Packet, arrived late Wednesday
night. Sho had a moderato trip, the bulk
of wlncb was for resbipmvnt.
At tho late mooting of thu board of
steam navigation, tbo following resolution
was adopted -
neioiveo, mat luo secretary of tbe
treasury bo recommended to suircest to
congress tho Importance and neceetity, for
ui uuiiniirrciai luieresis oi me Mississippi
valley, of the trcneral government taking
jiuieutiiuii ui tug i.uuisviuo and I'ortland
vpi. ucgiur reports mo Honry I'ro
oasco lying straight ami easy on Flint
island hr. Hu ligbtenod her so that she
was able to hack of the br, but upon try-
nig another crossing again got aground,
anu llie second timo became permanently
located until tbe next rise. Har barge
was sunk by twinging against tbe roof
and all the freight in it badly damaged
me rvittie iioglor pumped it out and
towed it to tbo bank, whoro it now is
Tho Frank l'argoud recently left New
Orleans and mtde excellent time to Urecn
villi), as follows : From St, .Marys mar
kot to tho grain elevator, nine minutes and
forty-tlvo seconds, and from tho elevator
to (treenvillu Point, eleven minutes and
llftoon seconds, making a total of twenty.
ono minutes from St. Mary's markwt to
The Memphis Avalanche says
"A meeting of all koown creditors of
tho steamer ist. Francis was held vester-
ua aiurnoon. it closed will, nocoiilpro
mise, and n definite understanding Out
marshal shall sell t'10 vessel for what sho
suaii loicn ai puium outcry. Tho claims
are said to loot up JJ3,0U0. The uncol
lected freight bills due by various parties,
aro said to foot up nearly $ I. 1,000. The
ucun an owing to the crow on
uuarti anu parties residing here.
Tho Avalanche ' adds
ncarcuiy anytblnL- in the way of busi.
itiii nu uuno av mo landing to-day, and
...... mu una lor jusituotamo re
port for a week to come, until tho velljw
monsior leaves the city. It has made a
iwo-wcoks tay now, and indications to
nlr.li. a.n tViut I. ...ill ! .1
"(S"-' ""v mi. ruiouui will! us as
Andy Granger, a woll-known clerk, is
lying very ill with thu malarial, better
Known as yoiiow jwK," and tevoral
other river men have slight touches of it.
Tho mob as a class, however, aro remark-
riTTbiiL'Ko, soptembor '!,.. River 22
incncs; considerable rain this morning.
r- r. . e
vvi.ncin.vatj, ftcptember 25. liiver 0
leol and fallini;. Oeourtud : Illrm
ASHVILLK.Sei)tembor 1!5 Itiynr on.
stand, witn 2. inches nn the shoals. Do
partod, AecU I . Green, (.'airo. Clr .il
ST. JiOUIC. SeiUcmbor 'J5 Arnvml
La Haree. Missouri river: .loh nirtn. Ivnri.
I..... . U..H- i . . . . - ' .
... .1 at . , ----
mm uuim .ii em nn . emn h t ; l
ouu iuuiiiuiio, nn river i h nturn
I'liy, .New Orleans r (.'bar aa ll.nuin
Johnson, Keokuk; Mollio Moore, New
Oj nans; Colorndo, Vicksburg. liiver
iuoarieu : nriiiweninrn ami
ailing nowly. uiear and ploatant. Hu
iness very dull,
r.. ii -r,
OAIRO JJOX AND IJASKKT CO.
Ulttkiiii -r -m
.'flits i AUL nilllli)
IIAUIS AMI NO IT.
Keep constantly nn hand
Fl.OOKlNn A.N'II SlDI.N'll, ALSO LATH,
MILL AND YAItti COBNKR TIIIBTV
fcTKKKT ANU OHIO I.aVKK.
WOOD HITTKNIiOIIHK & RO
J juural (.'ouiuiiBilon Merclian
IMv.A.k,i,,iui', uw riair'.
MILLER k PARKKH,
nniftin a .... r
JJKAlsKKB IN KLOUU. CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AOKNTil rou KAIHHANK'S SUALK8
Ohio l.vi. CAIHO. ILLINOIS,
It. A.TIionis L. I). 'I'hoiin
THOMS A l'.IIOTHKH,
Silcceiori to II. M.lllllen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. KKDKKKS
Mit.l i.ud I'nsnjr llrurnrlfM,
Foreign and Domestic
131 Coiilicr(.t Avenue,
W.M. II. WALK Kiv ,v CO.,
(Lite Walker A ll.irry,)
GENKRAI. COMMISSION MKKCH m
Hill SILK OK
Cousrav, Wkstkhn anu NohTiixnv
No. 45 and t; North Water Strerl,
GENERAL C0.I.MISSH MERCHANT
And dealer In
LlMK, CtMfcNT, 1'LArTXR, 11 tR, KlC
tST will sell in car lod lou .it
turer prices, adding freight.
lirctllier ami WhoVwie Htjler mi
ioki:io. ami iom: if.
NO. ).' OHIO LP. V El
R. SMYTH & Cs.(
rVIIOLKSALK OKOUKKM, j
('or. t'oiniiiercUl A. and isti
A I H l. 1LLISOII
A!eo, coomMI7 as hud mnil0im
Plato nock oT
SOOTOH ASrt. I HI f II WlllSKISt
- I) I N H.
fort, Maderla, Sherry and OaUwba Win.
It. Smith ic Co. are alo agirls fer,Sprn.
cer. McKay ACo.'s I'lltdmrg ab, u'tshlrb
larije ntock It krpt constantly on hVid at
.IOIM.IX li WKIHI,
CoMMIshi r.v M..fluiv
8 1 V K R CHANT8
COl'NTHY PHOOrCE, OltA IN
I'lour, Slenl, Uni on, r.U:
So. li HrnvA mi's l.'iiw,
TT?"l.llif r:.I nilvn, ...... ...... ....1
Parties wid.lm- to Y . h V !
market will please hend addres,
ltKKi:itKM'K-.llnL -,.,.1 l.Ll..
of Mempbii., 't'eiiLen-ec.
For Sale at Wholesale nr Itotuil
OOB.VIR 32U-8TBEBT ANU OHIO LIVI
J. . JASini.sc
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Mile Use Nborteet Huulo
TO CHICAG O
Elshljr Hllsia the Hborlest Hoiilt.
TO ST. LOUIS
NO OUANOK OK OAKS
KHOM CAIHO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE OHANGK OF CAHS
(IM (USUI) 'I'll
OlDClDDSlI, l lllDSboll, Tole lo,
Jetroil, ClereUod, Mtara Fills
BuBalo, FittnlmiR, , WMhlnalon.
Haltimore, PblladelpbU, .N'w Vork,
noiion ana all poml t.
Hauklo, Jaoetrille, M,ll..n,
... w..u, u.. f ui mutt ait i'uiuib DuriO.
Ibis la lu the iinl? dlrfit ruileln
Decatur, BloomlDKton, NliilDKehl,
"eon, Uulncy, Kookuk,
niiriiDKioa, noon uunj, . Bne.
hkh,. Ilubuau.. Hioui uh.
Oniihi inJill ioinlu northwem,
Klogani Drawing Room Sleeping Car
On all Night Trains.
Ilifaii Checked ioall Important points.
Kor tiekata and inforraitloD. apptv to I. 0. K.H
ieD.it ul lro: on board Ine Innsit iteamsr t.
tv..u (Viliimhim ml flAiro. and at She Drinni.ik
railroa I ticket nfflcu throuiiboul the south.
w. P. JOllNiUN, Ofn i raas. ar-i, unioiio.
A. Uuoiill, Otn'I.Hup'l. Ghloago.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CAIHO. AHKAN8AS AND TEXAS It. It.
On and alter Monday, Auk. U. 187.1, tralm
will run iliillv. excent .Sunday. Intivim
Ureonlield'H lauding and Itlddles, SIIkmhiW,
ah ollow i
Leave (Ireenlleld's at
. . :n:. p.m.
. ..i:M a.m.
.... 1:20 p.-in,
.... 1:1'.' p.m.
Arrive at Ucxicr at
Arrive at Kiddle at
Leave Kiddles at
Arrive at Dexter at
Air he atMrecntleld'ii Mt
Leave Orerntleld's at 11:10 a.m.
Arrive at liurli.alnii a. in..tii .. ...
i.eaye i;uarir.ipn..a', r- iw-v-mjj
Alia ftiA .IIW nT iri.n-