|Paper||Ogden Semi-Weekly Junction|
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|Paper||Ogden Semi-Weekly Junction|
Jv'.jEUI. THOJHi&S, here hato perfected an equsJiittion f left eye was closed and he had tt terrible their legal tenders and other reserves, cut under the right eye. The right side and his nose gives a cheerful tone to the situation to of the upper lip was cut mark Allen the toed day, and liquidations are progressing broken. Before he man up that send to liourly. Every nay the Stock Exchange said, "It is a shame him take don't if be to so you much time remains closed is punished; gained he is for him 111 life', AND An extraordinary tnevement in gold be away, disfigure crowd The met." I ever man had the gamest gan about 12 o'clock. The price him been strong all the morning. It opened also ealled, "Take him sway take was through gone at 1 Hand worked up nearly one per away!" The round cent., when it was found the sales wiih, but Allen refrained from striking which had been made were cramping his opponent any further. The fight had and when time operators. Greenbacks sold to- 3 pre lasted eighteen minutes, rouud, Kelly Ex the Gold called was for eighth the at The mium. clearings in token handkerchief a while threw to amounted 2 m. at $25,000, up p change defeat. of his principal's 000. Two dealers bad been found de COAL AND I Charleston, 25 linquent, and it was feared their cleartUe Curolina South In of Bank The Teople's Murkot.nlwayg on Land. ances would not be effected, but fortun have AMERICAN. ately aid was given them by Drexell, and the Loan and Trust Company The New York. 26. was a thus and payments. k currency Co., suspended gold panic Morgan banks State other and The gorernSog committee of (be Stock potsibly checked. After the trouble was National banks ALL KINDS OH Kichnnge hare decided to keep cloeed. over, shorts in sold commenced to cover pay as usual. 20. Toledo, Gold loaning was flat, greenbacks were 'iold opened at 11 aud closed at 14. THp fftilum of the bankimr house of I'ant &. Co. ported a notice oa the at 4 per cent, premium bid. to a Church Organ, a Cheap, or from a morndowel doore of their banking bouse, Many Mrauge rumors were current on Krouse & Smith is announced this else sajiug: "We are compelled to sus- Wall street for the last two days con ing, an assignment having beeti made Cheaper Utah, pend payment for the present." cerning the causes of the Government's after bonk hours yesterday. 26. The goreming committee has decided action in suspending the purchase of Washington, An evening psper says: The author to give twenty four hours' notice of the bonds. One rumor stated that Govern of the Stook Exchange. ment had already paid out $24,000,000 ities have from the first manifested a deSHEET MUSIC, ETC., ETC. Ilewe & Macjr hare issued a circular in bond purchase ; also that $20,000,000 plorable incapacity to comprehend the A situation. Iq their depositors saying: "We propose in greenbacks were sent eut from Wash comparatively insignifis Oiio door South of Ogden House, to continue our business as usual by re ington and plaoed in the hands of Ass s- - cant pressure on the money market has s27.j ceiving special deposits in trust to new tant Treasurer Millhouse. lie being been developed into a panic, with ruin account, pledging ourselves to use these questioned this p. m., regarding the and bankruptcy to the entirecountry, aldeposits only in payment of our respec- truth of these reports, said no such In reference to the bond purchase, tive checks against the new account; and amount of Government money had been ready effected, Government really stands h fast as we can collect and realiie from paid, but only twelve million of 5.20 in the position of making a profit by the our loans and securities to pay you pro bonds were purchased. In addition to panic. It could hate sold the bonds for rita installments on our preseut indebt that we have redeemed during the past less than their actual Value, but such Co. edness until the whole shall be liquiila week, about $127,000 of legal tender was the pressure for money that holders AGENT FOR THE ted, the same drawing the usual rate of certificates, issued to the banks under were comielled to make a sacrifice. interest until paid. If this plan meets the act of June 8, 1872, upon deposit The Government ought not to inflate the your approbaiien and your will, go hand with the United States of our legal ten. currency either by an extra issue of in hand with us iu tltu extraordinary ders to facilitate their clearances at the greenbacks or the continued purchase of bonds. The inflation could be averted emergency. clearinghouse. This 12,000,000 Senator Morton being asked his opin has been paid. by exchanging bonds for currency at money only o ion as to the present financial panic The other twelve millions being the prices below the rate with the privilege JUSILY CELEBRATED WAGON IS MADE OF THE BEST MATERIA Millhouse also of holders obtaining back their bonds a said that hia conviction was thai the banks' own money. do not expect the flatly contradicts the rumor that his few week hence, when the panic is over, TniS worst was over. throughout and is warranted. affair to subride all at once," Le added. currency balance has become exhausted at the price paid for them. A FULIi SUPPLY ALWAYS OX IIAXD. 'but my feeling is entirely hopeful.' Also the rumor that Government could The other evening papers, in review-i- n Also Dealer in deferring to tbo euggeetlion that Govern crive bankers no further relief without g the present monetary situation, rement ought le come to tho rescue, be infringing on the reserve. Money was commend an extra session of Congrtss The Government will do all it lent at all sorts- of rates. Stotk Exchange as the only means of relief. anid: 'Threshing can, bat it must not go beyond tho law." people paid $ per cent, and greenbacks ISucIccye The city is being drained of money at were at a premium of 3 p r cent, over FOREIGN. a pretty lively rate Since Saturday last certified checks in foreign exchange. g the San Francisco, 2G. money through the Adams' Londen, 26, f.SD p.m. Lxnress have been about l,u(0,CKK) American securities are excited, with lne local bankers are still pursuing a daily, while that coming in, exclusive of cautious policy and generally strength large business doing at wide fluctuaAND ALL OF FARM MACIIINE.EY. a hat went to the Treasury, amounted to ening themselves for the situation. No tions. There is much uneasiness in the about $G0O,0OO. The United States Co. trouble of any kind is apprehended, but market. U. S & 20 bonds, Go's, sold at have been sending out from $700,000 to it is deemed prudent to adopt a conser 91J; C7's sold at 95; 1(M0 00, and A Complete Assortineat of' ..$300,000 a day, lor several days past vative course. They continue to draw new fives at 91. hile receipts through that medium are exchange on New York. 4 45 p. m The market for all Ameri very small Tbo National Express Co. Baltimore, 26. can securities is flat, a ad prices have deWAGON MATERIAL. HARDWOOD, 1R0J A5TD STEEL. a carryiug away an amount about three tVilliam iisuor & Sons, woo are clined heavily. aa as eeaauu broat tins times krzs uniul, 31 dm among the leading stock and gold nad the American Express Co., is doiig kers of this city, have closed their doors. likewise. They say they have been forced, by the Several parties are short of gold and delinquencies of customers, to suspend refuse to pay half per oent. for borrow, business until they can collect what is . The following anecdote was telated mg, consequently there is a hitch in the' due? rlearnse o; gold at the gold exchange by Maj. Brown, of the Fortieth RegChioago, 28. bunk. , It is just announced that the Union iment, to the late Mr. Stephen Round FOR YOUR The scene in Wall street was much National, Second National, and Manuless excited The crowd of bro facturer's National Banks have suspend- of New Windsor, Berks : kers who hitherto blocked up Broud-st- . ed. A notice on the door of the Dorxer During the sic?e of Pondicherry, ;u front of the Slock Exchange was much says the bank has abundant securelies, in the East Indies, by the British Ices than in the morning, owing to the but is compelled to suspend payments, energelio octita of tho captain of the on account cf lack of currency, until it army, when M. Lally was Governor AND OTHER .Mecond precinct, who directed his men is able to realize. Nothing has been lost there, there were in the French gar4 disperso all group which threatened from failures, and depositors will be rison several war elephants, all of to interfere with sidewalk trathc. The made safe. brokers were, by this meins, driven into The Cook County, City National, and which, except one, died from the the road, Imt fared no botter here. he National Bank of Commerce, have fol- scarcity of pro visions, and the survivor ordered to be driven lowed the example of the Union National, would have shared the fate of hia trucks police 'b rough tho enwd and o compelled the and closed their doors. There was a but lor ais uncommon brokers to scatter tn ad directions. lie. run for an hour on the Corn Exchange companions CO'-IS- T which rendered him a favor sagacity, Broad driven from some of Bank, but as everything was paid the '.as street, (lie most invetemte speculators and run soon stoppod. Some alio drew have ite with every one and! the cbject of brokers adjourned to the redeposited. The bank is considered general aduiirntioa. This ai)iaal, in (inld Exchange court and held high car- very strong. Other National Banks are the absence of his-- keeper,,, was one nival there tor about fifteen minuies, paying regularly. There is considerable day amusing bimself with his chain ueu the sergeant of the police, with excitement among business men and the in an Open par.tr of the town,, when a ;it!f a doien men, drove them belter grain trade shows the effect of it. Col- who had; committed, a theft, and man akelter fiom their refuge. baugh, President of the Union National, The general feeling umong tie brokers is severely censured by other bankers was pursued by a great number of appears to be more hopeful tkaa ou the and the whole of the community, for people, despairing ot all other means previous day, ahheaijtt there ure, of taking an extreme course whelly unnec- of safety, ran. for protection, under the NEAR SAVrA(rE.'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY, MAIN STRFET, course, many who persist in regarding essary. It is suggested that there must the situation in Us bltokest Aspect. The be something rotten in this bank.though elephant. Apparently delighted with the poor wretch's confidence, the "37. Xjcilx-one of general conversation is, however, it has been regarded as Tery ttrong. creature rvore cheerful than tt has hitherto been. faced about aud instantly ibecity uauks are ail keeping open Mod there is at) evident tendency to hope doors and doing business as usual It is met the crowd, erected his truuk and fjr tli best, although it is not denied not lctrned that any of tlia savings threw his chain, iii the air, as is the 'here is still cause tor aaxitty. Since banks have suspended. The otlicers of the appointment of a committee to ellVct the National Bank of Commerce say manner of these animals when en with the enemy, and became so a clearance, a large number private they have only closed for the day, and gaged oUlements have been made by brokers that it will depend ou the condition of furious in defense of the criminal ;ho prefer settling between themselves affairs whether they wilt open that, notwithstanding all the gentle t or not. The rumor of a run on the arts made use of having their business brought BEST IV THE WORM, PERFECT E Jy the surrounding TriE the committee. The governing commit-wi- ll National Corn Exchange turns out un tho Inventor of the Sewiug Macluu, multitude, neither they, nor even his GIBSON, ECCLES AND VANNQY'S ELIAS. JltfWE, 10 Juu. meet at half-pa, true. The deposits in that bank A member of the governing committee have exceeded all withdrawals $40,000. mahout, or driver, ts whom he was An New Steam Saw Mill,. of the Stock Exchange said, this morn- and the bank is prepared to pay every fondly attached and who was sent fur subject to FITS. to manage him, could prevail with ing, that many bunk officers havo ex- lemand. a to extend two the Situated time St. Louis, 28. pressed willingness him to give up the malefactor. The POINTS OFSUPERiORins f calling tn loans from members of the The prixe fieht between Tom Allen contest had continued Mount on Lafte for about three and Mike McCoole look place this afterI'xchange, for tan days after the Simplicity ami TerfecMon Divide. but that a general noon at a point forty-fivmiles above hours, when at length the Governor, of Mechanism. seemed to exist among here and was witnessed by a crowd of hearing the straugo account of it, Durabiliti-tirill- f last 'a tiwni in refereiee to the positiou of the 2,000 persous w ho went up in a steamer came to the spot, and was. so much Lifetime. .nock Exchange committee for guaran- which conveyed the contestants to the with the generate perseverIForlc-uitho- ut pleaded on tlie Jlange of teeing certified checks. They simply ground. The fight was brief, fierce and ance of the honest quadruped that he iefeire that the banks refuse to give any- bloody. Alien winning in seven, rounds, .SHORTEST NOTICE. thing but certified checks. They ahull fought in twenty minutes, and getting yielded to the elephant's interposiPerfection of Stitch an d tion and pardoned the criaibal. The receive certified checks aa cash, remain- first blood in the first round, and (he Tension. ing at liberty to make any restrictions first knock duwn in tho fourth. McCoole poor man, in an ecstacy of gratitude, and Ease of Operation uey please as to the method of certify-M- , was terribly battered; his face at the testified hia acknowledgments SEND MiwutffcmcnU YOUR ORDERS. by including a rule that no baik shall end of the battle being swollen to a and SclfAdjiitinffTake-vpthe embracing proboscis ci tify checks unless (be money is on bloody mass of fiesh and both eyes clos- kissing Adjustable limit deposit. Tho first failure at the Produce ed, whilo AlUu escaped with scarcely a of his kiud benefactor, who was apArri.Y to i at Cull nd Examine oor Style and Pri xchange is reported A very respecta-Vt- , scratch, his oatiigonis sever having suc- parently so sensible of what had hapT"Umv W. T. though not one of the largest houses, ceeded ia touching his face. JONES', Arthur pened that, laying aside all his formFLYGf ARE & CHILD,, hose credit ha hitherto been Chambers and Pa'sey Shepherd were er violence, he became Third door from . C M. I., perfectly has been forced tu succumb, in Allen's sjcohAj. T om Kelly and Dtibliu tame and gentle in an SAMUEL MILLER, JUIV instant, and Lumber Yard, Tricks. McCoeJe'n. The following is a .(leuence f the trouble in the 5& St., Ogdea,. suffered his keeper to conduct him trade. description of the Inst rouud : McCoole Sams OR NEXTDQttR Also, at th New. York, 2C. a hutrible appearance and away without the slightest resistaucc. L. presented door, west of Z. C. M. I., TfetfiuH tkat the associated lauX seemed scarcely able to Loid his bands, bis Leisure ours 3t d 2C5-3- 7iT TEZEGBAPIL A Littlif Gold Esoito-men- t in New York! C03. I & Lime Office Wall Street News Items! I More Failures all Over the Country! Prize Fight near St. MUSIC STORE, Main Street, . . Ogden. THE CHEAPEST Louis! LIME MUSICAL INSTRIITSI Jhrp to-in- y, than anywhere in and other Fittings. Violin Strings M. B. HAMMOND, Main St., Ogdcn, and Main St., Logan, Cache chuttler Wagon! Gov-emine- nt - Ugbt Spring Wagons, Mowers Sweepstakes' - and Keapers, Sulky Hakes, Corn Shelters, Feed Cutters, Fanning Mills, Emery Grinders, Stubble Flows, Shovel Flows, Cultivators, Machines, out-goin- KINDS Ill Remarkable Elephant. STAYNER'S TO GO (o-da- MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS I JDUXISTG- 'tub-ston- IF .SIR, IE InTCE e Saye Twenty Cents on the Dollar. Salt WAMTEB! Teams to Oity, O TT. ' HOWE Haul Lumber SEWING JACHINK from st to-da- y, IIOXITMACHIXEand not miles east of Kanab, Bear Ex-Hiaa- s; e I Jill ofLumbor Filled - . 0?i . " , first--!ae- Og-- s, ; ex-j-- rt , It CULL. a Ciij. .