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A REVIEW OF THE FINANCIAL
The New York Times of Saturday in
Et Itrigtby article reviewing the financial
situation, which has now probably pass
eLl, says "there has been no day in Wall
street to be compared with Friday since
the snspengion of the banks in 1857. The
re)ebrated troubles of Black Friday arose
t out of a gold-miler, and brought down
many firms, but the disaster was not so
great as that which we are called upon to
record today. It is easy- enough to= be
wise after the event, and.the houses which
have failed doubtless appreciate more
clearly than outsiders can do the mistakes
which they have made. We have point
ed out that the general business of the
country was never in a sounder condi
ti lo than it is to-day. There was nothing
in that to lead to a panic. We have sal
dr)to entered upon
.a fall season under
mere promising circumstances. Yet, at
the very beginning of it, some of our
hest known banking firms topple over
like nnuses of cards. People who are not
in the habit of watching commercial af
l'ors may well wonder what it is all about.
When the reason comes to be explained,
it 1 , not calculated to reassure any of us
w tti regard to the position of some enter
prices in which a very large amount of
CBpital has ben invested. The hanks have
ken departing from :heir legitiniate line
i business. There has been a railroad
ii,,,hia, and the bawls have lent large
sans of money on railroad bonds, to the
11(11S103 of the merchants. If these
banks had confined themselves ; to the
transactions which come properly with
tti, it sc•lpe, we shoiild have seen no tronb •
le in Wa!l street this week. They have
pr , ic:ically goke into4he business of con
*-h.c.t,ors, brokers, and speculators. The 1
~r Sectors of all sorts of new roads have 1
auw.rbed the capital which rightfully be- I
ir rs to the legitimate trade of tke coun
t' Last year over six thousand miles of
ti.W railroads were built, not five hun
dred miles of which were really needed,
or can be turned to any profitable use.
The foreign markets have been glutted
with these sohemes. Many gross swin
;dles of one kind or other have en foist
ed upon these markets d tin the last
twi , or thtee years. At last, o nfidence
has been broken down. For some time
to come nothing but a fi t mortgage
will find ready accep ts , ce. Many
of OUT brokers accumulated railroad bonds,
with the expectation that they woull be
taken in Europe. They supposed they
wo4d'get a commission, and with it
they pr6posed to retire from the scene.
But the foreign markets suddenly failed
to take bonds offered to them. For
the presenthey have hid enough. The
investments lsubmitted to them of late
years have not paid. A great deal of cap
ital has been sent over here for which no
return, whatever, has , been made. The
put►`lhc would be surprised if they knew
how many 'wild-cat' schemes have been
placed upon Ibe markets in London or
Frankfort with temporary success. Now,
the reaction has come, and we are suffer
ing the consequences of a loss of cons-
deuce in one important branch of our na
The financial editor of the Ph;ladelphia
Le,dger of to-day, in referring to the three
days of panic, says: There was inflama
ble material all about ns which had been
for months preparing, and which but
awaited the application of a spark to set
the whole fabric of credit in a blaze
-That spark / was, applied on Thursday,
when the failur i e / of Jay Cooke & Co. was
announced. Consternation pervaded the
three cities were the firm had establish
ed nr , uses. Ai credit was in danger of
gestruetion, but it, was manfu;ly defended
fr• - •m the pe l ginniqg to the end, at three
Viic>ck Slturday afterno In, when the
sntie ot the disaster 'had sufficiently
bbwn away to afford a view of the terri
ble destruction. In our own city we re
cord two or three severe failures, involv •
-mg, ask feared,, heavy lose and suffering
to a urge-class of creditors ill able to bear
penury and privation. The number of
depoEitors in the failing houses is large,
and many of the depositors dependent on
tbose ia:thiaray savings At the best
there will be much delay in the settlement
of the respective amrunts even though
there should be no ultimate 13ss.
lug the troab:e I:kely to be experienced
by the depositors wiJ be on tne Ist of
January, the next semi annual period for
the payment of toe conpons on the bonje
of the N3rth Pacific Railroad 03ompany.
These bands are largely in the hands of
eooaphmtively poor people, ani the 7 30
per cent. annual interest on them has
been so p'sitively promised as to be by
holders confidently relied on. It is
earnestly hoped this reliance may not fail
in the future. Bat it is ;veil known that
Mr. Jay Cooke has been the life of this
enterprise; his zeal, his eff , trts and his
pledge of payment have kept it alive and
given to its securities all the credit that
they have- obtained. By the steady sale
Of ponds he has been able to borrow most,
it not all of the means necessary to meet
the interest as it aft 3, periodically accrued.
The incomplete road has not been in a
c edition to earn mucb, f and the land
E.les have not realized an' very dos:der-
able sum above! expenses. All that the
bonded creditors have received in interest
has come from their own money, paid in
on purchase of their bonis. In the ab•
hence of earnings credit has been main
tained and interest paid from further bar-
rowings. In the failure of the 6rm having
he h - nds and the debt arising from them
in charge, further direct borrowing of
money and further sales ofboods'at farm.
er prices, if at any price, is at an end.
What means can be devised to meet the
claims of hungry holders of coupons, aris
ing from twenty-five pillions of the bonds
in private hands maturing in January
next, we are at present at a loss to con
ceive. That something practical may be
suggested and carried out for the many
poor creditors is earnestly hoped. Just
now these bonds are not marketable at
any price, and it is greatly to be lamented
that their great patron is without power
or credit to give them the leastimitality.
There is a fearful responibilitY l ' 2 resting
upon him. These coupons, which it is
feared will be discredited, are among the
consequences of the failures most to be
lamented. That the crisis is past is...sin
cerely hoped. The run of the Fidelity
Company is without serious results. The
ofttoers have been put to some inconveni
ence, but nobody has lost a duilar, and
now that the flurry is over the creditors
are further .assured by the evidence fur
nished of the company's strength, and
will be all the better satisfied for the fu
T RUSTEES' SALE
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE,
By virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of
Beaver county, the undersigned Trustees, appoint•
eel by said Court to make sale of the real estate of
Jacob Bruce, late of said county, dec'cL, after pro•
ceedings in partition will expose to sale at public
vendee or outcry, on the premises, on
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3Orn, 1873,
at 10 o'clock A. N. all the following des.cribled
Real Estate of said deceased. situate partly in
Moon, and partly in Hopewell townships, &aver
county, Penna., bounded and described as folloWs.
to-wit: Beginning at a stone, thence by lands of
John McCormick. north MN, dege. east, 70 3&•103
per. to a stone; thence by other lands of said de
ceased, being trom part "B" hereinafter described
north 15% degs, west 148 50-100 perches to a post;
thence north 40 dege., east 99 50.100 perches to a
poet at grave yard; thence north 51 degs., west
9 80.100 perches to a post; thence north 30 dep. east
EO-100 perches to at; thence by lands of Mi
chael Baker north 5814 pos
dere, west 'l4 50-100 perches
to a poet between two fiickory trees; thence by
lands of the heirs of Abram Bruce, deceased, south
40 deg*, west 11° perches to a post; thence by lands
of same I lona) 48 deg.. west-1%3 50 100 perches to a
stone on the bank of Raccoon creek; thence up
said creek by lands of Jane Todd and John Shan
non by various courses and distances to the place
of beginning, containing
jI ACRES AND 86 PERCHES,
uhich are erected a two-story frame dwelling
ho p us on
e, w containing six rooms, with Cellar under
neath, frame barn 40 by 60 feet, two frame corn
cribs, frame wacon shed, with frame stable and log
sheep pen adjoining; also two log dwelling houses
one containing six rooms , the other three, and
ntmerous outhnildings. Good fruit bearing trees
on premises. 100 acres cleared and in good state of
cultivation. balanCe well timbered 'and all under
fence, partly underlaid with Coal, Convenient to
schools. churches , mills, stc. i snd within 3 miles
of Legionville Station, P. Pt. W. & C. K. W.
ALSO—Another tract of land situate in said
Moon and Hopewell townships in said county. (be
ing part of the homestead of said decedent.)
bounded by lands of Dr. John Cooper, Michael
Baker, and other lands of said decedent above de
(being marked ?Wit ''.l3" on the Ma
rm; accompanying the inqu isition,) and contain
96 ACRES and 156 PERCHES.
upon which is *rented a one-story frame dwelling
house, containing four rooms and porch; frame
stable 24 by 80 feet. log corn crib, and other out
braidings. Orchard of good fruit on premises.
Farm well watered. About 80 scree cleared and
balance well timbered--411 fenced. Within three
miles o f Legionville edition on P, Pt. W. , C.
Railroad. Convenient to schools churches and
AlSO—Purpart "C" situate in Hope Well town
ship, in mad county. bounded as follows. viz: Be
ginning at a post in the south-east corner, thence
by lands of Dr. John F. Cooper north 21 degrees.
west 8778.100 perches to a poet; thence south 6: , 4
degrees, west 22 perches; thence south 31 degrees.
east 31 15.100 perches to a poet; thence south 64
degrees, tett 8 perches to a post; thence north 664
degrees, east 18 70-100 perches to the place of be
4 ACRES and 70 PERCHES,
all covered with good timber.
ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER _3IBT, 18:3,
at 10 o'clock A. x., on the premises, aL that cer
tain farm or tract of land situate in Crescent town
ship. Allegheny county. Pa.. (Purport - A") bound
ed and described as follows,to-wt: Beginning at
stone in "Broadhead rciad," thenc.t by lands of
John Bickerstaff north degrees, east 77 50.10 U
inrches to a post at whit e oak; thence by Ptirpart
''D" south 70% degrees, east 24 40-100 perches to a
post in road; thence down said road by Purport
'I)" to a hickory: thence by lands of Porter
south 3344 degrees; east 48 perches to a black oal.;
thence by lands of James McFadden south 61 de
grees; west 15 50-100 perches to a post; thence by
lands of Wm. Purdy month 55 degrees. west 73
perches to a post in Broadhead road; thence down
said road by lands of John Harper north 39N, de
grees. east 2790-100 perches to a white oak; thence
north 67% degrees, west 21S 00-100 perches to a white
oak; thence north 8814 degrees. west 10 perches to
a' pin oak; thence north g 4 1,4 degrees, west 225 40-
100 perches to the place of beginning, containing
125 ACHES and 9q PERCHES.
upon which is erected a good bank barn 4& by 60
feet. with stabling underneath, and other ou:b.jild
About 70 acres cleared and balance well
timotred.,Parm well watered. Mills. churches
and P - t - h•ls convenient About 1% miles from
Leetsdale Statton, P. Ft. W. S, C. Railroad.
TERMS—Une-third of purchase money in hand
on confirmation of sales by the Conn, one-third at
the expiration of one year from date of said confir
mation. with legal interest thereon from same time,
and the balance to remain charged on the premises
during the natural life of said decedent's widow,
the interest thereon to be paid to her annually from
and after 'aid confirmation, and a: her death said
deferred installment to be paid to the parties legal
ly entitled thereto. Purchasers to pay expenses
of preparing deeds, bonds and mortgages. For
further "information call on Charles C. Bruce on
premises in Bearer county, or Addreets the under
signed at New Shelteld Postoface„ Bearer corm y,
JOHN T. BRUCE.
CHARLES C. BRUCE, or
BICE, WILSON & MOORS
Attorneys at Law, Beaver, 'Pa
TATI CHENER & GANGEWER,
SOLICITORS OF CLAIMS AND PATENTS,
Z:7C. Four-and a-half St. Washington, D. C
We prosecute all kinds of claims against the
government of the United States,'before the
partments. Committee of Congress and Court of
Claims. We procure patents and act as attorneys
in patent cases. We make a specialty,of Internal
Revenue matters and Land Claims. 04 terms on
business sent us by attorneys will be ode half tue
fee charged claimants. When a claim is sent us
we will tend the necessary blanks and instructions
for its preparation, and Ix ill a' EO keep our corres
pondents advised of all new laws. ru ilings and de
clalona in relation to claims. bent for (Arcola
31ITCHENER & GANGEWER,
Attorneys at Law
FOR SALE OR RENT
The very comfortable and convenient dwelling
on east corner of Second Street and Bank alley—
contains 6 rooms. wide hall. &c., lame cistern of
clear filtered water at the door. Will be sold at
much lees than cost of improvements, or rented to
a good tenant, with all or part of grounds. The
location is exceedingly healthful. good r.elgtibor
hood. Incitire ou the premise*, or
J. M. 3IcCREERY.
B ARK WANTED.
j, will pay the highest market price in cash Cro
all the white arid red oak bark. delivered at my
tannery in Sharon. Beaver roant,y, Pa. betbre
Felting to others gave me a call.
se24-11 JAMES DARRAtiII.
',THE, ARGUS AND 4ADICAL: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1873.
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AND WOOD STREET,
F OR SALE.
A valuable lot and building in Rochecer, Pa..
are offered for sale, Build inze are onn &ceiling
of eight rooms, till fitted np in complete style.
THREE LARGE bToRe. ROL/31S. 2
'with large hail above. Lot routing 70 feet on the
Diamond, running back ITO feet to Railroad etre-.:t.
Planted in choice bearing fruit trees.
ALSO FOUR VACANT LOTS
fronting on Beaver River. just above the bridge.
CAMERON (t. MARKS.
se2-I.lms Rochester, Pa.
.1. BENTEL & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
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Are now prepared o- .a_general Banking and
Broker business. Notes discounted, Government
bonds and other secunties bought and .aold• and
collections made on ail Clcceekible points in qui)
Interest allowed on time deposits.
(Alice hours from 9 A. V., ta.) 4 P Saturdays'
from ti to 2,
a. H. BENTIM,
Jan. 26, IK2-6m. . Cashier.
K - J. VROSS,
Invitee' the attention of buyers to his
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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
144 FIFTH AVENTJA PITTSBURGH ! PA
ligirraaminaton of rices, Collection of Claims
and all other Legal Business entrusted to my care
Mill receive prompt attention. 49134 m
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40 prizes of 250 5000 prizes of . • 10
Tickets. $lO. Half Tickets, $5. Quarter, $ 2 3 0
larOur lotteries are chartered by the State,
are always drawn at the time named, amii all
drawings are under the supervision of sworn
11/1 1— The otllci..l drawing will be published in
the St. 'Louis papers, and a copy of Drawing sent
to purchasers of ticke s.
wir draw a similar scheme the last dty
of, every month during chi year 1873.
fr"l'temit by' PO , T OFFICE MONEY OR
DERS. REGLSTERED LETTER, DRAFT or
Post cam tom 2146 St. Louis, Mo
9 & 11 xv6Eit Ohio Sei-eet,
ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.
TIIPORTEE.9 hND WELOLEFALS DEALans IR
WHISKIES, BRANDIES, WINES,
SCOTCH ALES, HOLLAND
GINS, &c.,- &c.
AGENTS WANTED !
To sell all article diet every family uses. Protl?s
are large, and axtra inducements offered t Atreata
:vctto are willing to Work. Apply, or seed. for cir•
tear and terms
' • EDWARDS BROTHERS,
Arizota Diamond Store,
• 27 StXth St., Pitiaburghl.Ta.
Sept 8.8 m)
AWATCII3I FREE; Worth $9O. given grat
in tD• erery lire roan' Nth() -wril act as onr
agent. .I.:nainers light and honorable. Three
handrett dog itra =Ade in flays. tiVetible , as
.ETArybody nnyez it Ca coCan t witLont
Mast'have it 'No gift enturpriee, no hiiiibtig.
EraitutDT- 4 ; CO., Pittsborgit, Pa. an,re-ly