GENERAL. Artldrut at kit Exhibition of t Flrr xllalihcr. New Ynrk, Oct. 7. At an exhibition of a new fire extinguisher belonging to the United States Special Fire Engine Company, of Chicago, riven in this city, yesterday, the building fell in. burying four men in the ruins. Ftre iu St. Louis. St Louis, 7. The .laeksou Place Skating Kink, a fine brick building, corner of tenth and north market streets, was burned last night. Loss 30,OX: insurance ii,i.i. It was the, work of an incendiary. , Large Fire in Mw York. - j INew York. 7. The large building, i corner of William and Ann streets. I owned and occupied by John C. Koch, Sons & Co., as a blank book manufactory, manufac-tory, caught fire this morning from a leaky gas pipe. The entire three upper stories were destroyed. Loss $400,000; insurance on building $20,000 , and on stock $40,000. Southrm Commercial Convention. Cincinnati, 7. The Southern Commercial Com-mercial convention adjourned to-day, to meet next year at Baltimore. A grand banquet will be given to the members to-night at Pikes HalL Run on the Hlbernla Saving;! and Loan Society. San Francisco, Oct. 7. There is a run on the Hibernia Savings and Loan Society to-day. Great excitement exists ex-ists among the depositors. The officers assert their ability to meet the danger. The society is the largest of the kind in the city. The July statement of its financial committee showed $715,000 cash on hand, while the total loans. kc, were over $12,000,000. Commerce of San Francisco. A review of the commerce of San Francisco for the past nine months shows the foreign imports, exclusive of duties and freight charges, to be twenty millions ; free goods eight millions, mil-lions, five hundred and fifteen thousand; thous-and; demand for duties, $6,800; Internal In-ternal Revenue for San Francisco district, $2,017,000.