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fftaliwmi fkpwMijeatt. VOL. XVII-NO. 263. WASHINGTON, D. C.f MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1S77. FIFTY CENTS PER MONTH. AC110SS THE OCEAN. ANOTHER GREAT VICTORY GAINED DYOSMANPASHA, THE LABOR EXCHANGE. TnK TtCBAIAXS DKttATFD WITH XinllT THOUSAND KILLKD AND VOUNDKD-TIIK TURKS PRl VKN 11ACK AT ORIYIT2A. JJy QibU to tM AiKKkittd Prrtf Lox DOK, Sept id. A Re u tor dispatch from Constantinople states that Oreec has protested to tUe Forte against the construction of fortification on tlio Oulf of Arts and the despatch of i enforcements thither as conlrary to treaty stipulations. Moliomct All Pailta telegraphs that eighteen battalions of Turks on Friday repulsed an at tack by tho Russian Twelfth army corps on the Stnauo Tlio Russian loss wai heaiy Tho Orand Duke Nicholas telegraphs ti St. retendmrg under dato of Pared in, Saturday, as follows: On Friday evening tho Turks assaulted Grtvca, (or Urivltra, but with the assistance of the Rustan and Roumanian reserves wcro re pulsed. To-day wo rontlntie shelling tlio enemy's fortification, and tho town Is hum log. According to reports reccUud up to Friday ZW wounded ulkeia and 9Aii men hate reused through tho hospitals since Bcp temler ?. The number of killed li about 3,000, Tho total low Ii about 200 officer, and lifiOO men. Up lu tho meriting of Huptembcr 14, the Roumanians had lost iboutalxty officers and 3 0Q) men kilted and wounded. Thu j'lrit prevailing among tho Russians and Koumanhns Is oxccllcnt. It Is notice able that the flnnd Puke Nlcho Jin In this telegram makes no mention of any further hittloou i&iturday. It stem probiihto that the Orand VllcVi announcement to Mr lanyard wan merely a n capitulation of the gcner-il vcanlt of tho operations before Plevmi, part loularly tis tho J'oi to has sinco published a telegram from Ostium Pasha, dated 14tli, and giving tho I'lis&Intt lots throughout tho open ttons at 7,fHiO to H.UfiO A dinini(tli to K titer's Tclcgrim Company, dated Constantinople 1.. 10 p. hi. to-day, ce-ntMns tho following: "Thodmud Mier has Informed Minister liiard that Oxinau Push i deflated the Rus sians on Haturday, killing and wounding b,iw, ana rapturing scic nil guns, me ngtti lug before Plewui ! Mill going on," In tonnetllou with Ihn funaiiin the Oft- ernr's (VinMantlnoplo kptetal tepiata reports tun en t there hl night that tho whole Rua- Alan fcrniy had ttltatked rievna, and nctere puUcd uflcr desperate fighting, losing oier .000 men. They thin alwtidomil the ir posi tions, retreating iipoiihitoa nutl'liruori. Menuttme the Ron maul i corpi on the iiorlh east of Plui 11 1 weio (umplvUIy routed with hern ) lut a, le.iv lug nlue guns and a lai go iuan tlty of anna and ammunition on tho Held. NorK.-U It MtIMti lliut delay in lilt-graphic communication wlili Osman Pasha tnny have caued ft uiiii4pint uf dales ntCotuuiillnuplu an I that tli firand Uler'a eoniinuiileail m may rifcr to the mltni k 011 den Sknhelnn" on Wednesday The rumor lit theOriarrrrr ispe-chd telogram wonld be saluablelf corruborntheuf ulhet riotU Tho Timet Rtiiharcst correiondent telo graplis w follows under dato of Suudi)t A oNpaUli irulied lierc this morning from J m- iitiil liendipitrterfi, Dialing tint the Tmks md made deserate efforts to rempture t!w Oiavitui rwluubt making scttulucnVitUjl - snuiH, aim losing ju.wpu. The Tfuiei' currt(K)ndetit with the Monteni grin army si)' I'njdvka aurnnderrd to n Bllcr twent)-fmir Iwura' Winbardinent. It is rojtoitrd that the gairUunof Utlok deatrvu to uirindir. A torrepnndont tf tho 7Vim with tho Tmk Uh irmy of Ruuuiolia, anuls the following: IliMlfrluMXManilircteruiurtlmut at TJiIllp pjp.tli, aro to ho h ingcd on Sunday. ttdl J'iKklnud.of tho Aiiurlcnu legation, lisa hi up to inlrucdo for llum. Tlnf Kngllali icc (on ul U iulimttd lint to Intrrfeie. Ilicn Ituirlguof terror fium 4drlatiopl to theltidkius Alt rcfpnt thtu mate Uulgiul ms are huu ltd dim u hymdirsnsiouiiivirol the iuthoiillia. lVter hits bnkru out In hulel mm 1'jidi I'siamn Lcry hoitso lu Kiunnlik U n litspilil '1 ho idaio recks Willi fever MiMuli, All thornuiitnMroiu Milpki to mil Sigiirccm oul; ho iIddMiocr ulth (auiphur lu mitt' imiiith. )Kad Unlit are Mug uu tlio roiKKUsand In llic Hi I Is and git'dmis. Irnm lltetohlv liuudriHlbudhti no in Ycni &iIim, htid Jmobtcn lln.ro c.r sinco o kittle soma wi ksngo IKnn Ciuiiplou, tho coined tin, Is dond. II Mas Ur i in lKs,niide his lint iipprainiue In Iiiiidon.lu S.(7, and moi luiuhudwlred in bim!.i(pi;jriiuili u utirs GUTTING DOWN TO WOKK-THK MFFTIlfO SATUItDAT NtOIIT-COMMISIONEn DRVAN nsioN9 tiix rntwwKxev but will KKFP IT FOn A MONTH LOOEn-C0LLtt. tions nrronTtDTO thr TitEAunFit The board of managers and the finance com mittee of tho Labor Exchange held a Joint mooting at the oQlco of Messrs Fitch & Yos, Pennsylvania aenue. Saturday nlnht. Before the general meeting the executive committee of tho flnaoco held a meeting, Mr. Bescrldgc presiding, Tho treasurer, Mr. I)a is, reported colh ctions In caih,uov lu hand, Amounting to l,",2$ W. Mr. Bryan handed in a check from Mr. C. C. MIlanl for $2.1. Letters wcro r'- relvM from Messrs Polk Inborn andTIbbctts dtcllnlng t act as collectors. Alter tlio adjournment or tho exccntive com mittee, tho Joint meeting was called to order by Commllsioner llrjau. Commissioner Brian a lain tendered his reii a nation as presi dent of tho society, urging its acceptance a-s soon as tho organization nu periecteu. ir. Holomons asked that tho paper bo witlitirami BANKS AND BANKERS. CONDITION OF THR MONETARY IX STJTUT10KS OF THE CITY nnagnnd footing iKwoeutng the confidence of lta creditors and the outside world. NATIONAL nANK OF TltK BtPLIlLIC, locateil at the corner uf Heroiilh and Dutreots norihwcNt, li one of iheyotmgrJt In the city of this character of iMtuks, and wasrtabliMierl in IWf It has tirentr live t x ktioulers api tlio siiick an pain 1 his reouost whs strongly seconded by other TiitNci's itn oi:i; rr.uvx.v. AM111TO Till l.t IHlUll-MONTLXLaiUX MOVI MKMA By dU tu the A-l ttr t 71 rH Londov, Pvpt. 17, Tho font if A'fir' corresiwiideut, tehgtaplitng fiom Ufnre 1 Iomia, recounts n M4(t to the Onivltrji redouhl; lli it it Is ntm'mt untenable, the jppriuu lies lu it being swept by the link i!i lrdoubt only ?5d jards distant. On odncwdny tho Interior of the iwlnubt was ctill Htlid llh dial and woundi d, In u ghostly, indistliiguiklinbloniani, Hie lire of the links h Ing pre out i d tho nppmat It of surgeon and Irtter-ti ucr-i. On tho it turn of tho .Yf' corie.piident fiom thtt roduulit, the Scottntmt rorifpoudtut, who aciompaulod him, was ttlLhtl) Mi'iiudttl. i Tim i'tiiv Achs Vienna correspondent mjs tliat Tuikty Kluguiuhlotosupily iddltlonU tKMjps to act n&iiiitt tho Muuluugiius, orders liae letu Rout to thcgoucnil romiinullng to keep nunc on the dcfi nslrr. It Is announced tint (ho MontciioJilus Inloud to ma ah on TuUiijfeand Spus. oiu:i:cr gLUtlemcn, but as Mr. Brian rcmaincit linn, n motion maiio ny 31 r. iiavistnattnoTesignauon nas not to go into effect until tbo 15th of Oc tober iai carried. A number of communica tions wore received. Tho reqnrst of 1), S. Howard, of Georgetown, for employment, nas referred to tho coiuuiittco for sclcctlug a su perintendent. Mr. W. N. Bunletto Inclowd $2V Mr. Hdnanl Abncr, of N'lnth street, proposcil to do Vote the proceed of aatcs of Im-cf at his p'neo to-mortMT lo tlioLilittr Rtchnngo. Mr. lsii ic Cob ou. In a cOinuluulcntlou, submltUd soiuo alitibto suggcstlous regarding emlgra tinn, nnd utTored his norvlces ns rmlgratlon agent of the society free, his etpcnws Wing Iid, The cnmmnnlcntlon was refer roil to n apeclal committee. Dra. 1L A. Foster, J. K. U (lluison, 1). X. C'ullan und J. I- Ilrockett tc o dei id medluilscrlcca tree. Mewrs. 11 Itch oil and Fit h and Dr. Cox Wcro appdnted a coji mlttco tiiprcpnre i pi in for providing medlcil attondinro and medicines for thonecdj. A rtsoliillitti u is adopted. " That tho purnoso of tho Exchange is to furnish deployment to actual revidints of tho District alone." This was Adopted in order to discourage tramm. Mr. Thomas L Tut lock wis nimulmmiMy nuuilnated fur tlio pistlloii of tho aupt'rlnteud out of the Libor Rxchange. Tho ljoard of mmugirs wilt ii tit upon hhu, ask his accept atiic and arrange about the conincnsitlou. An eticume vn umitice, empowered to act lu the Absence nf tho board of managers, u is oUiUd, us follows (.len. Lo Due, Jhn T. Mitchell, John lilts, A. S. Hulomons and M. U. Lmcri . The committee adjourned to meet at WIN lard hill to-morrow evening, 'lho following are TIIKC1)LLFCTIO reporlLHl to the treisurer : a K kaufin in, SiO; It II Wyman, 1 Dr.Dra mail fin- Jackson, llr i iCi., throtuh it M Uvi ter I1W Jatitet Worinky.?!",'' Henry rranc, 310 Kev. I (1 me4,uiidarsuiieriiitoiil9in Col lerfixl thnuizh I lurles tUum : Frwin Charles Brtuiu,.ll V Iluiitlng.rV CulkHledb) M U.lkurUcer L. M. Baunders SK Oili ir Oah, n.r.iUitliiiji.JJo-, M. U. lVLrtd-je.s.. uiauiit eolWtel by C. H Churrh: Johnson llr w ou 1 and coat dealers, 32.1, ludepcndcut Ico Ciirnmiiy .JH f? 1L Tlinrrh 4li Co!l.leI hylMuard Dntup II K., l' M AD, $.'; WUUml'. ,UW. Aug Kil.C,ilS. II 1) , WltttnmD.nu H M. W . Kam.lUSt, N..S10:f htirlM i-i.fi.. ft. J. W. l)7ilcont. M. N.tA eeiio-.J. N4oOccnb. K.M W-.-i. C,?J: H H.JWouU, 1. 1V illtlllH. A. IL II., i limis, U.O.U SI, Riturtril fiiH'itlirlnir llkl liuirnj nf hni1. Auinuut eollectexl by James C l it h Itlgg" & ro.SHin; jaine iw riira.jij, u. it vtaruer n, li. lv. iidirrate, nx iinnnin li i-ampneii, yr i. K. PhtUliw, fli, John O. Kiius. JJO; K IL SiiiUh, IWufMr Rolurt C Fox Robert R. Fox, HO W. J rbouiimon fi K. (i. fuller, Hu, 11 KCoylu. lleuri neurit, lit, Gcorje U. Hrown,l, John K. keti.till. sin. Ibiuf J II. flood win 0 L, lid JL BroM fi'rfr rash. MccntK. ci-U, 11 ccul-i, Ittv. Uteru.SlH Jacibt'.llnnl,Sj'iii Mr.ll A Me Wceui-: cah, AuecuK h. HehMid If Mllaus A Mlk1iM 3l;raxh (' Auvitmek.lt Mri U,'J.liom Mrs IU ((titer, iciitl cah,Jceht, es.-h -'tii ill J II Dirk, .EViciiU coli, 2KviiU, tix-Jtiltk ilatos, 510; Jos. t raxor, tl. ('ulnfitlniillst of M Got Welti: M Goldstein, S- 1 1- IMIiergcr. Jl F l May A. Co. fill llniivnhi .t MM lUtin. fliK 1 (' l iHnolti Sli)- SouhvtalLtr JLlo.llo; tici. W Knox Itw W.H. MmrKm U- ca-h i cu-li Si; Uou M Prlier, S." lloiij Ikull. JS 0 thiMlaii, S-nth-is Meier, 5- 1'iiir tcinu l It limn si a I nl oy. tl, J It Cirtiif V ttutt J rreMivell Sio- A Mentireiiu. 1, (.ii-di.li I. Hal J R II Uokmaii Ato.lliv, juMph iiuii. (iiui iuua i i Atituia ii ut'.jo ixnli, Siiiiiuel WiiiWiiuiui 11,11 IL, Wadiiiiifton, li C, Mi rut "-villon k" B.1I t teeubt, cash, II ll Ddiall II . r J I' roiij.ii 1 M of collecilous mado by John Sherman W, K Lincoln, III) John Shrnnati, 310; C. t.btaiutbury, K eitfttrke tnu-nklt tt eah,3i eah. Cut ccni cah, tl iftli. iJiLiu m-.li, (V eent, ca h, 6J ccnu iah,eeiit-i, fnxh, Jietnt. II) II ilmiiiru iiiltiTtor Ad Hon M intth, tl) Win J StL.li.j.eil II II yniieuiota. il , K. Chandlee !ln i l 1; iso, M W in. liuirls, J, I. Hdiuiul Uuh i.Hul1amUr l)roi.,f l.Wuf Mi.Wil'UmHmali WlUUm Smith, 110; . lLSutiun lr II IC Pult m. Flu. Iun mtice, all Mmh direct: Itobert niton ultli-iuploy ten lalori.rj. ciirpoulur, and brhk- A TOUR TlMOrcm VAVLfS AND AMONri MONEY BAOS-TIIK FINANCIAL WOltLHOF THK DPiTRlCT-WHO nO THK INSTITV TIONS AM) HOW TllhY AnK CXJNDUtTH ALLOF T1IM ItKPIltSKNTFD TO HE IS A 2IRA1.TII1 frTATK. The condition of financial affairs and tho present unsteady and unsettled ttoto of the mone) market has crested a doubtful fiediig In the mlndt of those moiltig tn monetary circles as to the itabllttr and solvency of many ofmir banking In Mltullons. The tightness ofcailtat andlhoutual uemanus ror it hare lctltnthebuicrtnatacraMi In the t nancfal world Is Impending M hlle to tho msnofmiinej bags time tuns smoothly along and he improves the (haticos toniultltdvhlatrcamire and lnrreoso his wealth, there are others not so rortunateir situated Thocmcnpuraulugtheordl nary walks of busluess who by deprcMtoii lu trade, contraction in i alucs and Uirlnkdgo In prices have ruuna theiaeii as wnucd In by protnhes to pay ana maturing paper, with scarcely an outlet tocscapo the oierhanslnz bankruptcv. cannot see, with tho same gloating eye, tho timely moments for paying internments as jie or the avaricious turn otmmn ami full money bags. At tlio present time there Is a largo surplus fund securely locket (u tho banks that finds no service, on In 2 chU fly to the lack of confidence exhting be tivceu the Icudcr and Ilia market m here hewonM place his cash Could this trouble bo remedied business would rei li e, money circulate and tfccnme easy, and the great weight that has held trade down be lifted and universal activity, pre! all lihllotho financial pressure has had Itsciructfn dllhnut jHirts of the country to collapse Kiruo bsiiklnglnMltutlons, and force others 1) totter on the icrge of dluoluttou, It In gratlf) Ing to know that tlio houses doing bulncs In this District have wlthstoxd thohtorm. oud are ample able 1 1 meet alljuit dmianU that can be mado upon them Tlurmav have fi.lt the rflictof the contrntik-n Hint kbTtuknge and dulluvu ot bu-lne-w will bring, butao tboruiih and correct has bet u the manner of coutliHtlng buInesthat It lrtu glun them tonndeiiee to cnorainter the rramplngofflnamlal ware, A turn throuxh thotmnklng hnuesHiid tiroker' offices of thin District has teen made m lib this pkolng reMilL niun a co. ThUls onoof lho oldest banking houses In the city, and was organlrcd by Mr W. W Corcoran The siren nt Kiilo; partner's entrance into tho Ann noslu 1310, and the houtc uu4 then knonti as that of (Wiraii AH'g i Hlnco then tho former geu tleman harctire1 ami others have come Into the firm. It Is purely a private banking houe,aud its reputation rtands hltfh thrnughout tho country and abrtaL Nothing bit lho regular banking buI iivm U done. They dial lu government and otlu r InroMtinents, but toucn not rancy hock. iney 111 buy on order for a depositor dock of any de STiptlon desired, but havo no Interest In it bej ond tho commission. Their uomemo ana lorcign ex- cliango Is sold to be greater than all tho banks of the eiiy,ihli)icanbo accounted tor lu the long kUndlngof llie bank. Its safe management and con- flikuco enjoyed by the nubile at large They dis coaut fur customers and liwin on securities. Tiir n ink or wasiiimotov. This Institution i as orgaulael In lBO-i, at which llmo It uriirrJ m. chftrtrr from Conirriiia. hii h hat long aliiee expired. Tliey never embraced the In. and d h the ordinary rcguVitXiultie-M ivltuout deptlnKturpcculatlouSofanyklli Hocks of no dorrlptloii aretnurbeiLbnt itmictlr and rorelfiu exnliaagoitHiIulgeit1n totheextentof aceommo usiinxeiuiiniiirr. ins cnjiini iw i ww" I'rcNidviit. Mr luhuhCo)le:cahkr. Mr thtrM ltradley nr-l-lunt cashier, fir. V Dradley ill IUIH'1', JtlVPII llrilllll irt'J.V..', .F v...n' Morrlmn. W.J Plbley, W. A Riley, U M While and J. M Fan Mkthcr InMltullonsorthe kind they purchase ancl dispose of sticks onrommls- moii. iney Dili a niniiii nun unnnnuu ui'i-ti'ie, and at present fin 1 btiilneas quiet, but flcady, UHtMAV-AMHllCAX NACIOHAL llMC. Th!iliitilntlouflrktowiuilrlfHiptoititiril Ml as a pavings luk. and did well prunpcrliig nicely but tho stockholders bellove.1 that there i us more money lo be made as n national bank, and on May It lST7.ltenme In with that thui of banks, and fcllhouvh iu ixiMrlmroll nliurt In that rmPCCt nill iiptolhoprpviittlmik the company havo no rctrrcu to prehr for tho change mad. Tho capital clock la It Wim .all paid up and a small surolui fund has already aceuinulatel. Tim omcersaro, r. jonn uiu, irei nm. . i""' allson, vice president C V I'rciiil, cohkr I'lrcvinn icwrii lilts, it. 11 injimiuiu, u. i- Ireutl-w, F. MAtttnRly.LhrUt'aiiltuppert.Clirhi llnnrlrh ami J M. I a ttlj Tlirv oiirrAtfi ( ntlroWnndortha national bank law There is no slock dealing ortrsmo In real estate, In fltroign evchauge they do an extensive bimlueu esMcially for the L'nlu-d Htats (loveru inent.aud InthU rt-picilllsntd their exchango will double tliat of any oilier similar luitltulton in tho DlntrUt, There aro thirty-one stock lioldem audsondpp'wltoni with more of the latter apply ing Attached the bank liahiftj depotl limit, wnijn iian proieil a icry Yainamu mquwuiun and alreadj hotcroivn in gnat fair with their ciMoinm. As a nccurc rcxnltary for valuablra It cannot bn extclii d The m mctary biulno.- of tlilN houe takes lu much of the rkrinuu putronftKO, but theru are also many Americans thntgiiell Ihclr counUtiancc. lta lluanclal undlug I excellent and the manner of tonductlnx It buini4 has galnetl them honor both at home and abroid THK ShCDS!) VATtOXAL HANK um nntNiiIro,! Jitlv 'M IsT ml ItnmMI&Mr thnrpftfief nent lull ttrnTathtn It hnsnrtpttal oi x in TiMiMi Hiirpiui nini oi ra7nniimiii llonalaiiilliiblofiind of fa,umi. Theomcers are Is Md)nrMutthi wtl l-m'ry.pn.iidi'Ul Mr II C Kwalu.raMiW: MeM M ( riiury.1 I Tullork r nattiugiy v n.tmuii. ihkici mi i Ifcuorl tin J it KvHim I rl( !orlmn J KVortaod M. , Jtnirtder directum It haiitx hundred di pin ltr,anl dnea a regular banking business a to deposit and discount. Honi-tliJ ami foreign ex changoUiUaltiii.butlheni U no Imillelii sbK ks i fun) dent rlptloiiexeiptoiinrdrrandcoinmtwloii Thin aro Ally M jckhohhrs and lho bank dots a Mi. ad aiidri.liablubuiiliieiu' FARM! IW ANIl HtX-ll lMta-,a-0nFT011X. lew liunk-i ciiliir crcaicT eoiilUkm. on the nart of tbair cU'tonurn than tho Jnniuri and Me- i names titlouai liank ori-eorgi town i nis imnic nan In esliiuctl ti ir lirfro tliv war and tKtKnll urtheibii-iliiea-4 nf tleurgi town and conhU raid? of viaMilnictoii, and lias a largo nuuiUcnaufiMMMori In Mrglnhi and Mar) Hud A regular ImnkltiK huMiicnfdepuitauddlcuunt I tratnuictiil It baa mi dialing lu fanr . uiirUfir. or wildeat Ftocki w hatei er, and all lu tranfut tl ms lu tioi i rn mtnt and other neiurlt'r areb) ordirs atone It alKo ihals In domintlc nud fon lift) exchange us de ninuds are made upon them It U managed by re liable biflncfS wen and has an eniUhle rrputi Hon among bank The present oltterw are Henry M Hwecmi.i resident, 1 II I lam I nird. Jr cahlcr IHnctnrn, II M Sweeney,' M Matthews, , King, A II FIckrell.JohiiliarMtou, F lMieatley.lh.nJa mtn Miller, M J. Adkr and f. Thomas brown. Tin: paixtiik or coiuxne. FOLITIOALNEWS. AT THE EXECUTIVE StAKSlOX AND DEPARTMENTS. FATAL KXCOUKTLUl WITH COUNTEB- rniTnia. a REtnrr ppnvrcK official CArrunF? OXK COUNT FRFFITI- It AND KILL-J AN-OTMUll-llIXOVLllV OF IAS) HOuUS blLVLH ixJLLAIIS. For some time past the vicinity of T) rone, Pa , has been flooded with counterfeit silver coin of the d. nomination of hitrei ond quarters The attention tf the Treaiury lVpsrtmcnt was called to till raet, and Chief P-rooks, of the secret service, was lunrurtcd t) make a thortmgh Inretlcation of lliu ( rw Ho promptly sent seiera'of hi subr dlnatiito fytone, iiho speeiltl) k'Snu-d Iheoutct l ruin u hit ti this euuutetkit com uas lnuml J. F luiik.or Altoona, la, and , Hulehiiifou, of rialtlinore, iiere ascertained to bo the taitlctiunnu factoring and selling the coin and their arret was dutermlncil upon Funk was arretted vithoul trouble, but HutchliiMm.A noted drfpetado, re-hutlarru-t, and tire t uu thu irlk.r ulii niurmd the lire with fatal clkit, an nil. be swn by tho fol lontmt tekjiraplilc corKiiondi.iice, winch com pletelj exonerate the scent sen Ice officials A dispatch to Chief linrtk,of the secret sen Ico dated Tyrono, !.. 8ci t -mtx r IV says , i-ttraina shot and klllol li' vr. Hntridnmn wnu atiimiHIiiKto nrrf( in in. Jtuldihivtn vliui at I'ir klni nrrt. INrkltH a arrt-tli 1 and i Ui-vd Hi J ul hut ulnrt (llirharxH lif the roruner't )nry as bHriK UutialiiwIMlHrfn-w. 1 hni- J 1 unk. Hull lllil M.uNaitmr, uiidor ru-rvnL bliaJl lv lot jnn mrjf in ir iiiuniiiitf 11 u imrv U'uxil flfJ couuu leu tih rr that tliwy brought here to iwit. TlhOfr Fa. Wept 11,1877 J J 7trr ftilrfii 4rrtt .Mntlw tiurnn i DkarHik n It. lvrkliw,aiioniiiruf )our nice, ntit-iujnwi I,, v urn-Hi in jnium n i iiiik mi'i in-. mil. Wflr. ulliM JUU IluUliinvtu. fimiitcrfi'ilifr. FmiU a. Ktn-unM HHir a dwirrt airumlH Mlib about TiKiinr t-ouiucr rit NUirr weir niwii aatioimu rfMitniiiVand tlnil mi yournlHcer IVrklm wlioln Hir-ili-lrn-H' kllli d rlr. allun 1 iiOIiIii-miii our iillt wt wiw nlnfed uinlt-r arn-al, iviul a cotonT Jury mini ril ymir oltitr and ml hlniat lliNity. Una -4nimunil) nvlmiiniikriil loyoiir w tvliv roe rid ling thi hi or lli dj.ip rudJi M rir, an 1 aUo Tor the trim or tiuilc loirs r&ioetnilIy, IiANiri P.Hav. HorKi! of tli II iromh of T) rone, vn. falMICIi; UlJdUMLTIO.V. AIMflHl JH HIT IV Till: ALT NtOVHUMI THLHU-on-THi: ItLMl.DV T1LVT M VV J . Ari'LIKU, On account of many defects in the act pro- tiding fir the riwumptlon of nivcie ruijineiiKU 1 bclleuil Hut an rarneM c(Trt will te made In the comlmr stHwloti of Cono-re to siameitd the art os to reu kr nMiimtion at the time Iom haiard ms lo tnn.iommerclal lnterintof the country than It i uiiiLu-u i mi in; huu mi iki in ( nil na ii now Mind Thy hNikat the Tnaury atlhaclo-mof builneou Haturday alum the uutftandink'gal kiukra tobi()7 Jlo I'll The n ai in) Um toiitcm nfitiHthe rcdimptkiiof f7. OLlul l Jmiuur) 1. I7, through Die pnTsof tutiig lien natl mat bankuolea, ihelawimrld'ng for the nihmptlon of legal liMiden of c'xlit) r cent of uch new ini". ii ii main u m i mi miwhho io naomi iwn IICII niTI.Y TO THK KMron RKMOX 8TH V.M.I. All H.Nr (llli-UC AftM I'll NT. Pa OiWc (o -tiwriifeJ Pi en. ATIHV8, Pept. 15. Tho reply of tho Minister of rurolgn AITiInt to tlio ItrilUh reinonstrauco nilnst Greek armament, nheiulit IavA Dei by asked tho, (Iro.'k Cloiciumcnt to autJioilzo Entlaul to nsuroTuikiy tint Orccco will not make nar on her, deilaua that (Ucco Ims nctuilly piven os-Mirauiiato the Hrlilsh MluMcr at Athens that feho does not Ititcud todiclaronar ag-iinst Ttukiy. 'lhts Is all tbo IVrtoor another Tower rittlng In Wlinlf ofTuikcj Is Ju5lliled In ask In; tti ci co cannot ictiounco her freedom of action wllliout pnjudiilng Uilknlc intcrtstrf. As lo the iruniuents of (Iroeco the Minister points to the recognized indpondeuco of his covin try, nud rthta nhUh tcsult from that lu aUCO. ArillCA. 1 1 vi n iii mi lo Ijtiid mil L-niimv. trulula by II. L. irabuigi r eidkitor, tklf,flo-,8tra-buuvrbrm lfr k M Toner 51. Coikitlonibv Mr Janus Viormlcy: Y. Broache, , V. A JAiLtoii. $1, Waller kcr, - Conrad Ikt ker, f HolUmkr Ilros.. I.', R. W. liilaker, .-. J M I in nil I 41. It UlhomiiMHi (1 A. 1 1) do (1, F.T.f rue hit t. liF lMKh. fi; tt (ix 910; John. Ikall.tl c-uh, JillT. lie lie, 5il Tlu-o, Weaiirfi A Mnrrai (I I-IC Hunk l Mlrhat Xlilfif . M. 1. Willluiim. SI. W . Hoiuli. Si! Dr ttvArxet t)mer V. 8. N.tlO; W. W. Oorurau. tliHi; cmh f.h, It.W GIil-ui, fl, MirruiiiKtraut A llrn.S . U.F. Kuilcia.Il. LU KukIA SI I till M. Inly fl J I. am. II r J. Manklu 11, John liuuii fl rrogtii f i, nooert Moitii fl p. M Mior- r.r.l Si Jiiii 1 (ii lidcr. . II t.duuiii tl IL M. HonabMu Yl H Hhrolfi fl.J It kMIej.fl John l.g'leMoiitSl. Alidiew fl, John Milbuiu.fli h. II loklii l pit) i ii moiuii ior in a mourns, ?, it N Koaili W i.i, lliiutk) rfttV, fl; A J Jo)te, tl J. Jordan t-, lVUr CuiniilK.ll, f j, Ihomas M. blielKld,fi, I"nao Laudlo,&A '1 lioboir of managers hii e already cngnRed niidputiall fitted up rooms In the lower iloor if tbo S. iton building, and tho prospects aro tbut llu Labor Exchango n III soon bo a reality. national banking s)tcm. prefertng to conduit burdnemln the old style and, eoniHiuently. there ' has lieeii little or no change In tho manner of their doing bUKtuowi during all thoto years of tbo bank's existence At one time there wasiiutio a Ut of tix-kholdcrs, but the shares haieifraduaUy been collected iuto a few hands until tho benefit oi tho worknigStOi ine nomciuii mm vie contra ni a It mitil nurotwr of capltalW. Tho olnrcrsaro. Mr William flunton president, Mr lirsnlTem tle. vice president and Mr Cha. A James, cashier. lho bank docs a loan an 1 dbuountbu-dnoM,iiome exchange, but does not dabble in stock of any KIlKt lllUCM pun niuinK or uirvciiuu ui uuMiura. it hiu aliundant caDltal. with a reputation fir Mfcty long CNlablihbi!. and is doing a steady. 1 1 ion K II iiuv iiiiwj UUMIIL-jw uu iiinnj. i-iv)nivu to loan money on good occurit , either of bonds or real estate. Tllk NATIONAL MtTBOPOLITAV BANK. The think of tho Metropolis was organlxeil Juno il 1811 ftnueoniinueu unupv inni iminpiimii 'iny 1. lSBft when It was merited into tboNailoiiHt Mil- roiwlilan llank llsulncers are Mr J W. Ihomp son. prcoldvnt Mr ", II It. White, cashier Ul- reeiorn fllCWI J iiuiiijbhi ii h iii-Mrimt, m Urnie, J. II. Iiaxter, Wni II lodd lm Thoimwn,Nathan1enllanii and H A Millard Thecnhi.ai ital Uf mujn,all paid up and tho sur plus fund flWUii 1 liero aro about two hundred n.M.k holders. The legltlm ito lanklni biiilneM of dilolts and dlMCountuls done. Loans aro advanced on Uoi eminent and District securities as collater als, and they are purchased on commlilou, but fane) Mocks aro nut touched hxchanifc, forOxn and domwlle, reeeiio attention, and aro of ho- (incut demand inoDiinx uai a mug nxioiopiu ni-Limuts, but lho pft cIm number could not be ob tained rmlngtothe dlfflcnlty of oicrhuullngtho sei erut tfrlners From Its long extnteiieo, eautiou management and reliable manner of conducting 11 iiaiui nign in iov timiimjin u ui uiu viiiMituiitj , Its soUcncy has ncVer been qucblloncd, and strength never touted or doubted l,r.lD juiitwii ai. This Is a private banking honse, represented by Mewrs Uaild Walker. I uis J Iiavif and J. f Mctlllt ltllrst went into opuratlon tn la .and duee little ! ond a deposit and discounting bust ms. Heal tofomo extent lu Government Tin et ments, loans on bond securities and makes ex cIuiiec when calloil uion. It kU fancy stocks re siicctinUy atone, and uoier tout he them tin lens lo buy on orders, lho houoha Rronn lu fa or wltli tho public, has kcit wltblnjudieloua bound In Im financial minngemeut, and thereby calucd tbo deaerved conndemo of Hi many depoailora. MinDLfTO A CO. ThlsflrmlscompoHcdor S ICandP W. Middle ton.lr andcouilutuafivorlto banking hotimi on Falrvct.eiar Hftoetilli. which they ouuuUod in the tear 18U Cine of the firm wai iahlorof tho ti.iit.Hi hLatiM TreaAiirv for liruen vears. and the oilier of HlKgs etc Hi for a number of years, but i niflk- MIWSOAUDNErfHllWKITIOV ATWILLAniVH IIOTLX. The literary and artistic repreienlatlics of Washington, appreciating the tIhU of so tal ented a lady as Miss E. J. Gardner, of Tarts, haio thronged Willard'i hotel, nnd yctenlay up to n late hour there wcro guests constantly going and coming to aeo tho, charming lady wno nas wou a national reputation ior ncr su perior works of art. Miss Gardner has not visited home licfcrn In six year, and has now been In America but four week Her birth nlaco and homo was in Essex. New HampsMre. and at eighteen )oam of age, Just afti r lluish iughcr studios, aim met airs. Morrell, from whom alio took icisons in minting It naaa fascinating atudr. and Miss Gardner found lu It tho ono pursuit of her life, and her dci otlon to art has been unn milling At find this lady doioted much tlmo to writing, but ror aomo yearn painting noa noon ner conscanc study, bho has ono of tho most delightful studios In Purls, oiorlooklug tho gardens where noets dream, nud whero painters trans fer to camass poetry porsoulned. Xo wonder ahegre w Inspi red, and paint ciVCorlnnc," which painting alone would Immortalixo her name. Wo are Justly proud of every American Imly who ao nobly wins such launNashas 5I1m Gardner. Mrs. Morrcll may surely congratu lato herself on being tlio teacher of ao success ful a student ns Miss Gardner. Ttoth theso ladle Icavo for New York this morning, and Mba Gardner oaiU for Paris on Woducuday. Tho thruo magnificent pat u tings Mist Ganluer broucht with her wcro linmedintcly sold In Ihoton, MKn Gird ner on her return will complete her picture for tho Paris Exposition. film tinlnfa iti'lit hiMirit rnrb inv. lunldi a ktnil v Imr almost constantly, bhe takes for her sub jects somo or tlio moat uoieu women oi iiimory. Tenderly, regrciiuiiy, warm irienus aay -gooii be," wishlug tho fair lady safety and a long life1, consummating her highest ambition. UlJlF, llKACU. till feat within tin- thm there would nmalu rn i!k rat dv more than Mi o riiirn iti Ml tender note" t ibe ndevmeloiiihc lt of Jnnuao.lf'U .v "tin ten niiumuiHiion in ifoia in amminu nmn ckut to tuwt to large a demand is tlioushtlobe Impraillcable while to ai cumulate In adiuuceof January 1 lH7,woiill be atteuJv'd with ncte.ary ionn oi umroM ami wouiu no imeiy to uituro money exchinireil and prounblv emlmrritw the fiiudlngofthel nitedtitwKXurit'es Itlsrirotiablu that Oonxrcsi will be aked to authorlie the heerc luri oft Im rrpinun to fund tho lunl tender notns on th lt of Jaiiuari. 17 1 Into a bond bearing a rah of lutcMt not mora than I'tKr cent with not Km Hi in thirty ) tars to run. wuukikIi limits tions a 1 1 amount mi funded In an) gticn ptrlod s(-oiiitrt. imi) ikcm proper, fhe amount of noln In thu lriiiirv at thorlisonr hiihtnowioii Kdlnr day w an wnfii 1,'fM, inclusive of W, WD of coin ceruucaies. LAST DAY3 Of EOOTH8 THEATUE TUB MOST rFHFIXT THFATRK IX THK WORLD TO BK DF.MOLtaHFD-THN FOR TUXFf OF TUB rtOOTH FlMII.Y-FDWIN D00TII9 rntscFiv foutlnk umc in FULCTIXa 11IR1MLITML KDtriCF-WV ITU 1'ItC-iFNT OWM.lt IS COMI'ELLKO TO DMTHOY IT. Nkw YoiiK.fiert 11. D-wth'a Theatre Ls to bo demolished. Such is tho decision of tl o proprietor ai.d lo loiersof the drama it is much like Cttithagt tftini'ta tl to the victim) of the Puma wan The enner of this property Is Mr. Oakci Ames, who was for years one of Dooth'a friends, and who ad vanced heavy loans oi mortgage. To secure 1 li claim he Md la the property for $400,000 This nm, though not half its cost, is more than Its remunerative lalao. and htncu the owner has dec Mel to change lho use of the prop erly. As a tLralro it cannot pay, but as teal denccs built iuto"tlat" it may be profitable. Booth J Theatre is si admirably constituted, and ls so perfect In all its detail, tint It ".ay be pronounced tho most perfect theatre In the world. It was bnllt "not for a day, but for all time," and yet, aflfer having stood but ten years, Its destruction U ponounied. fluch are the mutabilities of arc) ttccture lu a great city. whoso ruloscenii to bo first build and then dcstioy. Boorn tacti. Junius Ilrntiis Ilooth, tho original of the fnmllv, died tnentyflio yeati ago Ills his tory I too well kn iwn to require repetition Ho ua endowed with a rcmaikthly powerful cumnution, wuieu no ni)u-ia mine most vlnmolul matiiior. No iicrformer since tho dasnf Couke has swalloned such quantities of strung diluk Hen is habitually i: toxi mted, nud coilld not lie deieiidcd on lor an cu gigc.ueut tiulcHS hi Id under lock and koi it ono time ho wns an luuiato of the "romlm" haling been pieked up tu the street dead drunk. The consequence was that this man, whowe IiUtrionir (ion era were of tho first order, could onlv flint einploj incut at tho lowest theatres Tho writer of tills lias seen Iii in play Itichurd III. lu a wonderful manner before tho audience of the Chatham street theitw whero decent pcopl acldoni eircd to apjiear. Tho Uoolh finilty wcro from Tjoudun, and Inula peculiar Attachment to liberal idcai, which was indicated by their names THK TAMILV, The icteran performer left five children, the oldest of n horn bore his father's name, "Junius It rutin,' The next wus Dr. Ilooth, a well- known phyaklau, of Charlcatou. Then came n daughter, who married John H Clark, the popular Phlladelphl-iromefllan Edwin Ilooth and John Wilkts Uoath were next In succcs- felon. The entire family iv is noted fur per souiil beauty and hiatrlnnfr sifts, but tlio only ono who was norm tneiitlysncces.fiil in money matters is Junius unmix, who lias accumuiutcd wealth. IMwIa had, at tho tlmo of pi aimed his theatre, attain ud rapid and dangerous em lnenre. Jio was thirty, and had cleai-ett nearly a half million His income hod, for sovcral yean, been $100 000 a icarHud holuid accumulated this with a view of building the moat perfect theatre in the world, mis scheme was carried out, and lnl him to bank ruptcy it was not the nrst titno. nor iv i u ho the hut that brilliant suoceas lures Its vic tim to rulu. THE GAY METROPOLIS. they left iheo responsible positions to ennago In DUsiness ior ineniM'iia nun in.-viunj is iiiuk Ing their houxo a Kink of dcpoU and dloouut. counlrv, i iltpeUiUu BTANLRY.TIin AFIHCAN CN'PLOUEn, AOALN JIKIUDFKOM. Vj AuocMtii 1141, LovpON.Sept. 17. Tho Patty Tclfgwph publishes a dispatch from Mr. Sliultfv, tho Afrlcau explorer, dated Kmbomrua, lu Cougo, west coast of Afiicu, August 10. UesUlra that he has completely navigated tho Idialaba, and has succeeded lu irovlng It to bo Iduullral with the IXmgo, OrUMANY. THE rilESIDCNTIAL I-AKTY. l. . lintiir.. U n1nlndu1i-C(l In Got eminent it curl ii. m. hirtia. DbarleL munklnal. railroad and other ...... ...- - - ...l.. !...... ..., kU)tkil aro uouunt ui cuuiuiiuicii, uuui'r iiii-iiunii imoincw iney ueni aoMiimoiy in e nneii cintui mm HiMrlct bonds This la thcoulj houo In the city that to any great extent, transfers money to the leading cliks throughout tho fnltod (states In i iiiiir k nriH'csn iiiK-rtvtiium nun ui uikiisuiiii rar more speedy. They enjoy a quiet but thady trade, and the number ofoj.cn acc-oeuits Willi them Is steadily on the increase. II P. DOtiKK, JB, A CO, This Is another prh le banking linn, located on Fr-trect north cit. The hou-e was lint fctartetl lu Die icir 1874 undr the title of hhcriuaii A t'o , but .1 jt. -i ,... ..IU..J Ii. IUT4 ,! lullh (ill HOW I'llMIlTNT If VY1 3 AND TIIH 0A1HNET HrrVT'lHEM'XPVY. 2ij iuoriatrd Pit, CICIVNATI, UIIIO, riept, IU. President Hayes attended services at the Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church this fircnoott After services at tho church, bo dined with Dr. John Davis, whero hois stop- plug, and during tho afternoon, In eompauy with R. II. Stephenson, collector of custom, ho made somo informal visits upon others. In tlio evening ho took tea at tho residence of Georgo W. Jones, esq. Secretary Kvarts with bis two daughters and sous left Washington yesterday, remaining all night at Grafton, W. Va ,ivhoro they were Joined at breakfast this morning by Secretary Schurx and Postmaster General Key. Tho party reached hero this oven ing. and will leaio with President Hayes for LouUi llle to-morrow at 7 o'clock. lheiknt parliur retired lu 1H7S and with tot rrtdiirani mmuii'iiiii mw nun "i i-iiiiii tirant, which Hi ed nearly a ear and then dropped ouiorsltrht lho bank, as now Imtltutel has a FAXLUIth OF AN OLimtAMCFOnTBANJUNU 1 II1V. Jtn ft Uf In Atiortated i'tti. Ix) dov, Sett, 17. The BUiuJaid'9 spec! il from Frankfort states that one of tho oldisl Frankfort banking firms, namely, DciicufolUc, Meitens & Co, liavo failM. Their llabllllica amouul to HWQQQ purka. SENATOR 1IQRT02TS CODITIOK. ng jttoetitfbPt-M IIiciimoni), ISD.Sept, 16 There has beep no makrlal change In Senator Morton's condition In tho pist week Ills physician bclleies ho has pased (ho crlihi, and w hlla tho Souator Is still iery weak lho i h) Iclau in attendance beltci es he will rccoicr. Ills appetite has not t returned, and It Ii iiotcvpcctollhathe will gain ktreiith rat idly until he is able to take tubtiantlal nouruibuuut. HU mind 1ms iieier wi Impali-ed In the letuLand be iMions t-j il a ma Hug of tlio leading N"W ork, Oiuclunnti an 1 Indianapolis papers eaih day. He takes a deep Intercut hi public allalrs and cum menu freely ou what Is road to him It Is not ex pectod that ho will recoiir rapidly but lila ilol i Ian bellcvei ho will be able to be In Ytahlnittou atilieo)uliigof the regular session ofCongtcti lu December . f (lie sbov Alapateh iras se it by Mr. T, UoUoiiayj A liretLer la laiv to deuator Monon7 Ann iiiiOiniMB nil riiloi piiconranlnir nroMx.eto. It Is stable mnl rccelus tho conrfdencu of mer chants and biuIiitM men gniurally fho biHiks bhow 2Kl dcWltoni and that Die numlr contluuiti tomultlpli. lho 11 rm deals tu bond national, Mate and District gold and silver, and makis foreign cxchaiiuo a ipcclulty Mo brokerage la done except soiling on commission and contract ing to delu cr at a fixed price. mm cAMrurix, bbokkr. entered Into buMncw in the year 1&7J, and has r..iiml aiiciikd mul urniitM rllv in ihfibrokernifenur. auli, and contlnta hlmwlf to that c1jk of inonelary allalniexclUNiieli He buys and tells on commis sion, loans raenryon Chi eminent ant !ldrlet bonds or realehtaia as collateral, and finds abun dant work to keep htm emploicd without tnUug up and rUklng money In fancy stoeks Occu blonilly he negotiates money In real estate trans- allOn, IHU lit HOI RIU'll 1I lUIILII Ul Ulk 1TOIK Itcccutiy htl ha ilon.lt. csUnulitily in iyiiig and sjtlUngftpcclul lmproiemeut afwwinents.aiid the biuksuf tbo aiuetAor, together with his private records ahow UiatinthU respect his busluuisbas iuriMU.jcd that of all tho other brokers, crnii'' NnotAL bask. This trndUutiuu. by nieclat act of Conirrens. was tieruilticd to re mole from Hagchtown, Md , ti Ibis liltrlct, and opi ned lu doors here fur bilnehsln August, 1871 going Into the h illding fonnerly oeeu pkdby Ja Cooke ACo,on Hfteenili Mrett north went It has a capital M.h V of f nihmi all paid In, and a sun lus fund of HJiW) l show for Its three icars xhtuce, 1 hero are nfly the kUxkhoidtrs, IheofTli-ers aro Hon J K J rrewncll. pretideiit, Mr A It Applcmamvho president, and Mr Hra. H, Uoacli, ciuhler. lUrccton Mcairs, J. A, J Utws well, A. It Applemau.A Iwuu lm, Jm. I ibbt-y l.U.Moncll, W. ik Heed, Alfrvd Illirtiards. Jacob lome,JolmanUUihk.M T. nlior ami It Met It rannot c ou(Kldi) tlio law prencribed fur the goiertnnenl of national banks, and therefore dials only in goll and UoverDmentsviurltloa.ro ccheidepoftlu and discounts, but cannot lend on real wtato security. It buys and sells ou orders tut has notampcilng with fancy Moeki ou Its own ocreiunt 1 1 1 (re aie about f ur huudn d depiwllon The baukhai been moderately iucuful aud la CONKUNG'S FIRST DKFKVT. Hectal DHoatch to the National Itrpiilillw, Romk, Sept. 13. Tho Conkllng wing of tho Republican party suflerod a signal defeat lu this city ou tho cholco of Senatorial delegates. Four of thofUo wards elected delegates faior ing tho nomination of Mr, J. R. Bivau, a Utlca lawjer, for StatoSuiator, defwitlng ex-SL'in-blymiu Grldley, tho uiudfdate of Senator Conkllng. Mr. Nvian is a prominent Hajea man. YELLOW KRVIIR IN FLORIDA. By Attwited itu. jACKmNViftK, Fla , 8ept, It) -Th ore were, three deaths at Fvrnandlna last night Thofcicr Is spreading to tho old town, about a mile distant, Ihere aro some (aes among thoolorcd poople 1 hvnlrltinx and liurMi arrlied from HAianiiali to dai lwoortlm-;Mc!itihiclauiareilck ihu hpltal has been completed A call for aid lu money, medicine aud uniirlihmf nt has been made JackMiuvllIo 1 unlure iu lho ttrictc-t quarautlii i OL'ahikt trriitiinllua Ibucltiia iruardoil bi ml tmlccrs night and day lo iirtwnt Kfuyi-eii from i-ernanuma eutennz uie in oy iaua ur waicr. This clij U uiiUAuall) health) THE SITTING DULL COMMISSION. Pit Auocktlnl JVi"M. Omiiu, rpt. 1(1. Tho Sitting Dull commls. slon, consisting of Gen Terry elcu Iaiwrcnee, of Rhode Island and (ten Cm bin of Ob'o, spi retary of theconimlwloii unit et jelerdaj 1 bey go loiigdeti, from thciiee for fort Shaw in I from lort bhaw across tlio eouuiry somari or jl mites to the fitting bull rendesvocts Protnbly nothing will lo hnird from theurfor l?ui or twentj lho diys alter their departure Iroia tort bhaw, s DiHTH oFTHi;if,ni;i; premier. Hy (ible tn the A uoclaftd Jlr it, ATiir7D, bcpt,1S Vice Admiral Cauarls, the '. Greek lrt mier, Is dead. Ills death w as caused by : apoplexy. Vdmiral mutant Ine Panaris was eighty sei en years of a-cand the boo of U recce, bifij nv )ears ago he rreaily dhtlnmildicd hlmelrand aieuxed tho diHriietlou of Sclo b lazuli ing a tire-ahlp to the 1 urkUh IUk tJiip and blowing her up, with many hundadiof men nho were cclo bratlng the Kaiuadu MURDERED BY CHINAMEN. By Auoclatnl Prtt. Sav Francisco, Sept. 1(1. Yesterday after noon at Sargent's ratiuh, about two intlcs from Jtockllu, llitcir county, Mr Sargent, his fireman, Xavicr lamia IMe. and Mrs. ndeawero bruially niurdurcd by Chinamen. 1 be clilseus asiubled, droi o the t. Iilneso out of tow u, aud deMmj vd the fhini-80 quarters I tie trouble Is tiiiderxioiHl t) havoicrlion hi connection w 1th mining claims lit the vicinity. . DEATH OF A NONAGENARHN. Watkrvillk. Me, Sept 16 Colonel R H, Ureun dlxl at his residence in iuslow eterdavp agtfd nlnet) four years He was a son of Tt Era (treen.iurgetm in the IeioHiltonary army, who died In I'm li, N 11,1a lM7,a;td ona hdudied anduiie joais. KEPUII.VTIl!MN THK SOUTir. UKMONABLKKAtHAUITATIMTHKMINlJH OKJUTIIKUNllJHTIL-IAN-V-AIlbVIKWOF HAD FAITH OP HTAT1X Since public opinion all over tho North and llcsthaibe-cu drawn to tho at tlou of M.icral prom inent Font hern Mates In counoctton with their rciccllw Iiiikbtcducaa, tho prominont)uri)ata In theruut)i are warnUig theHMiplo to go slow on tlila mibject. They cl It as a dan rorous luo for ine mii. iti i e ur i no iaet tnatit sikir tii nAMuniesueh irtmrtlom m to emntfilitlittp ninlori tics ucalnst the mill tho Northern Static In Ihe next I'rexidentlal election mi 1 cut them a thousand times moro tuau thci isluti or the Mate debt In depute 1ln v claim that nnnd!atln on Ihp nart oft) fintih is the iery wunt i"biie iijou which the eouin i uu vnier mo next campaign ino iouow liiKiauiiiieriuiiKMaieiuciiiri.gMriiingliie iJiiin crutatendibt irgluia. ivlnwo tato d bt in 170 wasSkiOHim has reduced It to Ml 'srtinw by fund lug opt rations und she now proioeHto retidjuntlt b u further rluctlon leiiiu-Kse-e no-M.ii ti om promise iienkbtof Ifljuiucili) paying rfl hmhcm. ik-urtfia li-tiiiod out f.r-citiof her bonded debt on the ground of frau luletit 1-teiic. Nc-ttli Carolina has omttUd fr three year tt levy er colli ct an) uxci for lerdebt mmply Ix-eauw lier creditors rcnic 1 1 accept a miapr imhc shoori red Atabtiiim lioicouiproiulxd her debt of 9J3jimto reeluciug It irattieall) loa few Uiouand dj'iar Homh turollna lifter e iii'roinklng her debtb) a rejection of M 'Mt,iKjauJ eonio.I I utng the bulauee 4fc IJ IVIItlull lUVHUIt.il nun !. UltUV4 bUll'IU cnit'ou a i rojcci of rejecting a fuither imrt'ou of thctMlimik-llc'L TIil fear Unncatedli tJtnri.iM.-il that tho iatcs and people who tuuideul with Uiu Indcbtcilucu of their ou Mates may not bi vtiuieu ii imiani me iiae-oinii uriji AGUICULTUK VL INTELLIOEXCE. ittPoitT i ros rni. ivrrox 1 1:014-1 atj-t I'll LA1W KAVAillMI THK ULV ISTA11-M. The statistician of tho Department of Agtl culture re porta tlie condition of coUju during tho DD'torrVptcmberai aicraz'ng for thewboUe-ut- ton belt tho aarae as In September of la.it year. tlorlda iiiibumx, MisiAiipi, iutxlona, Arkan sas and Tennessee make hl.hcr awrageathau In 1570. inei iiroituas, iieoriria anu lexasrcpon len favorubli. the xnatcrit n. luctlon bt.in2 In Ilxha 4eomparul with lat iiio llh llurlda, Arkdiiiut mi'i 11 nnefo oni) nnuu inipruimeni inu rotate areraju of condition areas follow , North Carolina KLrtoutii mrollna te,(.eoiYla 77. lurlrta. Jl AUUma, Ul, MKtli-ilppi, ss luUiana, V 1 exas,70 Arkaunas, w, lenuewee KM thy catcrp'llar la prevent In all of the OulfMntf aud in rioutn fJaroHiid but has done little dsmaju as cl etrt in lixan In teieral i-urkhut lu I uUlamt thulosa is considerable frm 1 tho cmiv be tit it has mado a late appearance It will benefit rather than lujuie the er p In the Vtlaiiilc states lluie Is mmh complaint of m-i inaiui) resuuuig irom oroujiti, iui 11 a uao HOW XT WW DOSE. TT10 th catro was coustructtil of Kew Hamp shire granite. Tho stage is tho largest In tho world, and tho spare for storlug scenery Is ulso of extraordinary size. Ilooth spared no cemt 011 the apKlutments. For iuntancc, In the grave-iltgger scene in "Hamtcl" tlio head stones, which had been previously palnttd sennery, were mado of woo-1 and set In tho door. Other Improvement wore Introduced of a toatly charictcr, aud thus the enthusiast grati fied tho demand of a cultirattd taste. Tho t lieat re, when flniahod, was managed by lunlus ltiutus Booth, with IMwlu at a utar. Ihe latter wn not inpnblo of attending to d tall, but In his rW was unapproachable. Junius Urutua soon MwtlMt the establishment miiHt be uiiMiirccHkful, nud therefore rellred from Its management and relumed to Host on, which wiw his usual abode, Hooth soon after filled, and the theatre was add at auction. Oake Amen Iratight It In order to secure a mortgage, and Jarrett Palmur Inenma lt losecM 'Ihcy ubandoneil it lai.t spring, and since then It has liecn to let" for any per forniauco that might turn un It will be used during the coming season, and at the clncioof tht latter It will bo demolished. Thus will pass away the ruoit tin I sited and admirable theatre in the world, after a brief but eventful exUtcnroof ten years' duration. Perhaps no P'aoo or amusement in the worm has an equal mil RETURN OF THE SONS AND DAVait TERSOF FASHION TO NEW YORK. wnrnn Tiioan who dimtt riuvK titi tlTYHIIl THFMKI,VF-A ULOOMY LOOK. OVT rOK THK rHFTIlF-A WOULIVDI LicinR safi nv jclii cmr. tVirrepon tent of the National rtcpuWIcso NewYosk, Sejt. n N'ow York has put on her brtghte&l autumnal! xk; lho sunshine Is t cm pete J by tho cool, balmy brcczos of Sep tember, and 1 er principal stitets and avenue are again betoming crowded by tho truant aons aud da jghtcrs of fashion aud folly, w he iiiiarhblydlsappeiratthe first nppioach of th hented term. Some fly to thu famous rrsorta ou tho nioimtiln, at the senide, or to t lie cool valley retietts !u tho Inferior, while other, wlinfftianot thecfecvary wherowlth to fly -it all to any f tho fashionable placoa, very phllofophlcallyaudrpiktly iininumlhemtelvea within the darkoncil luotus of their isilatlal reaideuces on Fifth avi nue and Murtay Hill, aud utsumon state of pwifeit torpidity, which, thev matt-taln until lho more fottunato fash ioniMe UrcCh'S of society reappear upon the popular piomcnadcs and in iiienrx, lucn t'icy ctiu 1 yi , and secra as ft csh as though they loo hid p-irtklpitrd In the snmmcr season fca llvilles nud fiivolitles of Saratoga, Newport or tho White Mountains 1 know of 0110 Piniily whlth baa thus ex Istcfl lu tho tear tooiuicjf a Madison avonna manilou tho pist summer, and my knowledge tamo by ustmuge thaiico. IMugdcbiinel In lho city Jatu one aultry night in August, I lUletly took a haunter through Madison park to enjoy a c Igar, w lie 11 I actldctitly ran acrosi tho inter fimiWii of lho said family. Both, weie'iiually atonishrd at Ihe mctttng, and 1 1 let me Inbi thv fken t of his being In town. llo tn 01 nits l mo that, owing to thehard timer, thev were uuabto to do tho usual faahlnnablt rounds, aud ao they preferred their own city homo lu that uf some wound -class couutry noaruiug-iiousc. Now, this certainly w is hmuit and sensible, lut I proteated against his alrturdiionsenw foi not (iijnilng tho 1 irious pleasures that New York arlSrds during the summer mouths, mucU as Glluinro's garden, tho t'entnl park, and trtpa up the Hudson riier, or down to K-rka wai nr Manhattin lunch. He shonk his head aad ly aud aiiural me that his family could not loose cif by being hcbii at auch plocoa. and for the aamo reusou ho refused to aocept couiplliueutary tltkets to Florenco's opening night at the l.iglo theatre. And this re mi nils mo of tho fact that the New York theatres although affording bril liant nttrtctloiis, so far have met with only meagre suet cm In a pecuniary point, nnd It u eien difficult to get a good bouse by "paper lug It " hen pcopl 0 will not go to lho thea tres on complimentary tlckct-L what is the world couiiug to T I askod a friend to accept somo frcu pito-boards for htnuKlf aud umiiy, 1110 other eitning, 10 a jwpuiar tnea tro, aud lie nbaulutcly declined uimn the ground tliat It would coat him eighty cents for omnibus fares, aud that ho would wait until the cheap cib system was established, when lie tlmi ght that manngen would not only put oierybody upon tho "free list," but would also luciudo tno cneap cans to anu ironx the theatres. This may bo the reaaon for I lortmce'a w ithdrnwal of the "Mighty Dollar" aud substituting therefor tho "licka-of-Leavs) Man." but If tho mighty dollar will not draw. what can he expect to do 11 1th a tlckct-of leave man? both cm might answer, "That's what uu teller can find out." ills unuuea lrage dlin," by tho wiy, Is a capital caricature of tho Count Johaunea, and ho should have cniihlug houses every night at the Park thea tre; but he hasn't. "Tho Pink Dominoes' il Nllll ruuuing at the Union Niuaro thentro, pre liminary to the regular soason, aud if Mi 00 k A taimerare meeting expenses iney aro lortu iitory of misfortuno. TELEGRAPHIC IIREVITIE3. eou'itles hum lnjuti b) beating Moniu. In this M.ilim tlugronthhliUe and tliocJeCUof trust In shortening tho haritxd Ls feared. A NICE ClLCULVilON. Should thei pre-icut bonded debt of tho Uni ted -tut. other than the racltie railroiid bou 1, bu reduced to four per cent bonds the aggregato biterc-t paid by tho lulled flatus would boro luccd sjl.'ll IS7 li on fmr aul a half bonds out ihero would lajMiiedfiAUiMj On the per cent bonds .liltU.LtiJVi On the six Per nut SHnkiku. Total luttTcn now h cjj jh7J") iiju umount that would oy iauui iwur per cent. eus,ioi,3ua, A DVNGEROUS COUNTEKrEIT. The following Is tho description of tho new counterfoil fift) dollar United Suus notes, as de, ncriKnl by the ablMant tri usurer at Chicago In a tekgraia retell ed at the Trciuury Inurtincut. rnrlcs uf laT Xei, ijj IWJ, ft-niale head cuarw, work on hair and crown po r, word union" very ludln liuet, lulho work in thu upicr right hand cormr iery ior latho work In the centre nud ou tho btuk ipn-d bha Hug In and below tho words "L 11 1 ted Slate ' ae ratchmg. A FINANCIAL ITEM. Tho total amount of 4 per cent, bonds sub scribal for In this couutry and In Europe) by the sindtcuto and by prii&te corporations aul Indl- ; 1 Iduals foOU up 177,300 OW, and thu dial amount of i-jj bonds eaikii lu on at count rthu buUerfptlou U 110 noti om kavins;f.7sinoiiy(ito iw ealletlfn. IhoMatemeiit that tho Hv-cretaryor the rreaur hiiDiuU 1.1 1 laci Di tliti rre lit of the loxiimiitlitu fund tlio coin rvteiied for th 37,0&J1ij is deule t uy lho treasury onieiau. ARREST Or A BOSTON BVNKER, Sy A uoriati J Jl ft. BewreiN, Sept. 10. Timothy W Ray, of the ftrmof Kay At)vaut, brokers ou Cougres street, was arrcflo 1 at Ihe lkxdon an 1 Albany iNpot, as ho w as about bi take thu cars for California, on the charg4 of forgei. It Is rcpoiU'U that tereral crooked tranwc lions of tho Una hare come to The Orand Lb,e of ihutniled Stales of the I. 0. O 1 meet In Uultlmurt to-day. Throoiiuiii wercheriouNly Inluril on Saturday at JUilfurd, iLti, by tho cxplotijit of g 11 In a brick Ltln. Tho Jury In the Haidcu ivlfo murder caso at Ira-burgh, c, rfudertnl 11 erdb t of murder in the flrt degree Sentence has la-en defcrroL VMr Lank rand two of hla clerks wrn killed on atunlij by the latllug if thcro-irof Mr. Lan tier's bmliiefn ctabllhnu ut In Um kford Id. Hank Oliver and wlf-, of Vew Yotk.irere drowned in Harlem ihtrjt Uidsv They weroin a row boat and wcro run diiwi b anteiimcr. Ouibeedvtef tilts nv aortahiLit that Flunk President Mincer 1 f (.'ul.ngn,d bhort hno Uj(u iurrnaM.ii x.iiKwortn or mux or tnniund uoten inlhatelty. A dloiatek firm Fort tirant tavi that Malor TutK.raiid hi command struck the In Hans at Kiunnii rauciivanu inea lorty mo troops are lu hot 1 inult llio 11 ru-lllng match in lUlllinoreon talurda) nlhlUtwi-iU I rof Milkruul .udrcw liennel of AlUeheuy count), New York, lor It a) ai.dj, was won b) .Miller E lho Tull line ting of the Kentucky Pacing Aao clatloii l-egins t ihi 11 1 I . iinatou A ruee U pro HMcd In whlili Tuil riHHk and MacVthlllcr, tl e eliiuni lo of tho tn f wUliiut W.W. llutehln-MUi of llaliimoro and Y V Punk, of Alto Jim, I'd , touiUeirct'em nuru arretted at ijrmc, 1'ic. 011 atUIday. HuUh.nsoii was shot dead w hlle atkmi ting to escaie, Levi Coffin will kirown In ihe nntchrtlim day n provident of the underground ratlins 1, and alwavn apnirilucut mill lavtry man died at hi rul kucu at Aioiulalt, Ohio, yt-btcMai fjod 75. Jatob htcinman, an express ino-scinrer, and Wiu Attick suciiuliieir.weielurued t ukat hlua wiolL near Niinev. In on tUmril.iv. lliu umi-li wasthoreoult ofa collUiou bucen a mall aud ireigm train Iwls llveni roiinti trprunrcr. ftfiwi whnaa c ftlco at VtnpHkntiethi Ohio, t-omo ttooni) were cliimid tohaio twin htolenoti tho lilj-li of -cp-umtwr ii, ha.1 U-uu arretted chargo-1 with com I licit) lu thu robbery. Iu tho bhort ranzo ahonttng matches at Treed moor on Saturday the firm (rlzewas won b) the MdMachtimtt. Itille Aaaociatton the second by the Amateur Kllle Utaocialloii.oi sumford.t'oun , and my iiuiu tiaa eak.n oy evuij au) 1, 01 me 2 1 ixm uecUeutreuluivut. Lp to ldt Saturday liunty eight di atha had occured In tvrna'idinn, Kla tneiil) of which wire from icllow feier The liihabitauts are letting thoeity lu extia trains lu someciMS wh ile fami lies am down 1 he aiinnnlieri I liliint.l and un faiorablcand tho fever is apre-ndliif rapidly, A gloomy aiwet ha settle 1 o cr the city, Tht eckbratlou of the uMiitcc-f li and the Msbliiluueut of lho no v ignic under boi Niuio!i was mi lo the cieiit or a grand mlllrary dinpli) in New Orleiusou ftlda) lnt The gnat eleiubusJam preiaitel uv M h Ii iiiiiowcl the I ro pit, riviy regiment eanll the lrite 1 tates fljB-.an 1 elueis er fleimiitly given for Hayianud Ml hot. A CtNMVNtTl critic, after publishing six bars of ono of rMiiilieita amvaoulos talks abOul ihvm In the f jIIoii ing liuiAlUl a) luui tlvlo Thin artli an I chauuli g theme' It phi) ea with and brmuht Kit k again and again and interrut ted by hurti of wild savage molulatum through whkfi itn simple fkmllur itraer pases uusintlia 1 like Mimeiuro iunoiaute hrbtlan marl) rtnrougH tho Una of her liestl en tivrsccutoia, nato. This remark applies equally to the olheg pUtesof aiuuscuieiit, in spite of all that tha uu in tan uf the "Drumatlo Critics' Ring" may write and ptibitu in tne itaiiy iiapcrs. "'I is tmc, and pity lis, 'tis true " Probably as the scuhou ad 1 antes and our citizens rrcover front their summer's recrea tion, and the city fills up with M rancors, thcrsj will boa change In the tide towards the theft tiea. "TIs n consummation devoutly to b wlihetl," for the theatres aro cheerful places; und many sad aud weary hours are aioided, whicli, without theso plactw, would haie to bsl end und. UH,ii this point I heard of a strango incr lent told to me by a gentlemcu of undoubted 1 e 1 at tty. He tutd that during the f uuous run of'Jiiliusf'Ks.ir"at Booth's theatre, he left tho nrth-aitmtc hotel and p-wed down Twenty-thlnl street towards tho North river, having fully determined to dtwtroy hlnwelf by Jumping from the Pavonia ferry bout, as ha Ulieicd hliiis.lf to haio Wen nuancially ruined that day Ho had left n nolo in hit room iiddHssed to an Intimate friend 11 ho was to eull upon him Unit eicnlug stating his pur laiao ond tho contemplated method of Its ae tmmplWhment. As he pad Booth's thwtlre, mi tincoutroll tble desire to enter hclxed him, uud lie c 1 or-sul thu hlret t and entered. Tho nuariel, in the last aecne, betweeax Ilmtn$, enacted by tho lato laiueutcd li. I. D 11 en port, uud (bwina, by 31 r, Laurence lUriett, was uu, nud he Iwi-aiuo no Intensely liiti retetl that he forgot of tho poking tlmo. In the uiHtitlmu his friend had arrliod at the hotel, an I nt-elvlug his note, the ontmls of wlilch horrilkd him, he Innnedlitily Informed another friend, and they both riishod u-utof tlio hottsu for u ntrriagp to drive to tlio ferry. As they were about to get In the larntgoan at iiiitulauio was pas.siugwhu uoelced their extHemeut, aud IiuiuIrtHl Its cause Tlry briffli state-tl it, when he said the gcntk.sin lu qui st ion w w at B0.1t h'a theatre nt In had jiiit Mil him there The three then battened to tho theatre, und mile enough ho was fount eoinpleteii uksoibetl lu the pUl,nud for tlif .1 k.i ti .1 ...... -..1.1.1.. i...,t.i.-.j llinu oeiUK un iiiouxoe ui iuiiiud iuuiiucu fiom his mind Ho says now whcneier he fills despondent ho always goes totlie theatre aud fiuda relief. T. W. P. A LITTLE ROW IN A MORMON CAMP. By AMitriaUtl "mi Nkw Yoitic, Kept. 10. A HeraM Salt Lake Hcclal reports that poitlo John W Young hu irmie to St. 'Q-tTQ to marry a Mm Cobo iitep- tiniituier ui me iw uninim iouiiv anu 11 Libby, Ida wife, hearlnj of UU Ir tetillon baa 1 ner unvnnn 1 an 1 riiurneti iv un- ihnuu ui 1 fallier.Mr I'aulit'd, an old railroad engineer,! ing 111 1 nuaavii niOj THE SEU.C1I FOR SPENCER, ill CUMe to Auveiiitftl thru. L11 ut r(H)t-K pt. IB Inriulrics havo been mado lu Untprojier qu-irrwr. an 1 tho assurance Is Xlienthatll 1 ttjieiiccr, thoAigitlva Cbleagobaiik I resident, did uot laud from Ihe steamer Circa-blau. YELLOW JACK AT NEW YORK QUAR ANTINE. By AuncUtltd Yew. Nlw York, Bcpt. 16 The stcataor Juan. from Haiaua, which arrived at quarantine to day, has rix cases of cllow fiver ou board. CABLE DOTS. The Jspan National Industrial Fxpos'tlon was opeued on the l- ultimo by the Mikado la pee bOU, The famine itrkVcn proilnresnf N'orllt China are now further aitliited with tho plaguo of iocntJ. The final tut ties of the Salsuma relelHon wefs) oud f thelenuenboe during toe atsence of Ad rain fouaht on AuRiut 13 and 10 the Insurgimts wi eiiy ueieaiwu. in Chinese waters has deiolied upon Capk Y01 toully defeated, -Ihec command uf the Tutted $laLea so.ua jrai Ueyuolds. ihohiun'ii loute on sick leave. Tho uitistloiui 1-ourdo. ikuUtue to aatonlsk lho cmiilUie iilkTliiis 11 Ui fretiiurht that thrlnd, lho iiumler or vinos which aia reporto.1 secra at moot lucre bblo Nlieis? there ts so much iiavW tlieic mini 04 towtf ilio.