Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 22, 1847, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 22, 1847 Page 2
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als no change, and but littln business tronaacted. Naval Nrores? I'm pontine: Spirits have declined touflsfor English. at which rote k fair amount of business ia reported, an:) nines the marke* had rather a healthier appearance. No aalea in foreign In rough we hear of no tranaactiona, and the value remain* at ahout lOgperc.wt 8?l) labia have noma in this week Tar remains firm, and the preaent hold era getting I Si for 8'ockholm. an I lHg edfor Archan gel Provisions?Irish bu'ier is in fair request, and holdera tailing little inclination to press sale*, the liner deacrip tions obtain higher rates A steady and moderate busiltes* is being done in English butter, but as the supply is quite equal to the demand. no advance can be obtained Bacon is much sought r.fter, an I prices have risen considerably beyond our lost quotations There is no improvement in th? market fir Irish hams. American lard is still iu goon request, r.nd prices continue on the rise. Ameri can heel and pork continue to be sought after; higher prices ere readily obtained. Large quantities of American cheese hive arrived; the demand ia unabated, an I all good qualities are freely taken in place of English. Hice ? During the early part of last week this article waa io good demand, but latterly it has become dull of sale, the previous large purchases of late having sab*, fled the waata of all partial; there is, however, little disposition shown on the part of holders to sell, aa the stock ia now reduced to a very small compass, buyers act wit r much caution, and the businoss done this week Ins been confined to a few thousand bags Bengal at about former rates; low middling, nud middling wiiii ii now nominal. at 24> oj to xos, goon middling to fine. 23s Od to 2?s 61, and cargo 23a to 24a. No btiiineia hai been reported afloat Msdrai ia quiet. Buyers aa well aa sellers act with much caution. The nearest ratea are 23a to 24a. A cargo univedat Cork of MOO bag* were aold late last week at 2is0d per cwt. The deliveries for consumption last week were 2317 bags, and for export 690. leaving our stock only 37 210 bags against 41.250 at the same time last yuar. 1m39 bags Madras have arrived, and there are uow about 130 000 bags afloat. In cleaned Carolina a largo business has been done for consumption at 38s for first, and 32s tor second quality, and the cleaners are mere inclined to sell. 19.329 bushels new crop Paddy have arrived. Putna has been dealt in to ii fair extent at 28s. to 30s. lor goo.l and fine, and 27s. to 27s. fid. for broken. Tslloiv?This article lias been aligh'ly influenced by the money m*rket; ami uithouerh sales can bo eifected 3d to 0.1 par cwt under those of this dav week, the candle and r.iap makers hove only tnkon sufficient for their inlinedia'o wants There is, however, a large consumption g iug op, nod the stock is considerably less than at this time last year, and littlo to arrive. Tea?Sales more fieelv, but the stock being heavy, prices aru prevented from advancing Large deliveries, however, are going forward, and all kinds urn cheaper than at this time Inst year. Wool?There is less business doing in English, us the Incioated value of money, and the stste of the country, it is expected will uflect prices. Stocks are very moderate, or r ites would not be maintained as well ai they a:e nt present Colonial end foreign are both quiet, but in prices no cbnnge is perceptible. Litkkpooi. Markkti Feb. 4?Ashes continue much inquire I of fr,and an advance of W has been established; for iot.o vary pood parcels 30s. was obtained ; the aales nre not expensive, owing to the firmness of the hoideis. Iron ? Prices of Ire ' remain pretty stationary. < 01 iderable quantities have been "old during the last month, principally for railway ami other public purp< so" ; the consumption among tha machine-muketa in the cotton mJ woollen districts has b-'en much diminished, these trades be in 15 flat The exportation of Iron ha? been scarcely an avera/e. com id e ring the amount of pressure on the money o atket?'be claims of Ireland for relief, which must be grunted on an ex'eos ve scale, and other depressing influences The p ices of iron are well supported, and We hare nor.-a"on toesp ct any material r? diiction as the makers mo still well employed an I fig Iron is scarce Tbo following urn tha present rates in Liverpool No 1 Scotch Fig jt'4 />" ; Mere hint B ir jS9 Ids; best Rolled XlOlfit Hoop ?11 fx ; Sheet ?12 ProrisiotiN?Ki.ce our las' report ll ti transactions ill Beef hr.ve been ot a limited c'uiractor, in consequence of the sorillnes-i ?t supplies The trade have purchased sparingly only lor Immediate want, waiting for the fust strive Is of new Prices have advanced 2s tid since the sailing ol the Sarah Sun Is on the 20th ult. Pork sells readily on erriv il r.t extreme prices ; good mess is worth 70s to 72s S I pcrc-vt and middling bOa to 66s Large imports have taken place dining tie month. The quality has been generally good in lact. supeiior to tbo lush cure of this s" -s in. Bacon and Hams arc still in request ; all the urlivals of the former have told at 60s per cwt for good 'i'ho demand for the former article is likely to he very great, us we can expect but little Ironi Ireland. We ...... O. W .U BUS |??JI KWl. /\ UUIiri ICL-IIIIH uu. tin: ilested itself in the in irKet for Cheese, anil lino well conditioned parrels are salentilo at on improvement of la 1> 2s per cwt. Lard has rapidly advanced in price, the i a in the course of the month being about tie per cwt llice?This article continues in good request, and we h ve had an extensive business since the Itch ult , chiefly to arrive. The sales are 31 000 bags Ilengal and Madras at 20s to 21s for middling, 21s te 26s (id for good white; together with 1000 casks Carolina of very fair description at 30s 0d to 31s per cwt. Sugar?An ex'ensive business has been done since the 19th ult., in all descriptions, and prices have gradually risen 3s to 6s per cwt above former tates; hut within the list few days a decline has taken place both in demand and price, owing to the measure not having passed to admit sugar into breweries nnd dietillerios 'I he sates of the month for this pert have been V1,r? nirfonei.'n nssmsssielnM D-UI.U DA.e*..ls.ss. 1 AAA ci>kn at the late reduction. 30 (MX) hag* Bengal. 6000 bag" Madras, and la,000 bag* .Mauritius, hod cute* Bra-ail. -00 <lo llavanoah, 2500 bbls. Brazil, and 10,000 bags #nina, j> irt sen damaged, at a similar reduction as above quoted. Tallow? An extensive business has been done, chb'flv by rublic sales ; several hundred casks good South American brought -Us. to 61*. 3d, and five hundred casks North Ameiican fetched 49s 3d. to 61s. P. V, rather lower, and can be purchased at 61s. per cwt. Tea--A good business continues to be transacted, end Congous meet with very fair sale at former rates Not toutfi doing in green teas ; former prices asked.? Tofcacao?The s ties this month are 1786 hhds., viz:?338 Virginia leaf, 319 stemmed ; 296 Kentucky leaf and 760 stemmed. Of these, '264 Virginia leal, 101 stemmed, and 21. Kentucky leaf were take-n tor Ireland; 2 Vii ginla leaf and 33 stemmed, for Scotland ; '13 Virgima loaf, 110 Ken tuoUy leaf, and I stemmed, for exportation ; and 99 Virginia leaf an 1 99 stemmed, 66 Kentucky leaf and 7/9 stemmed, by the trade. The imports are 640 hhds. from New Oileans, 433 from Virginia, 11 from Glasgow, and C from Dublin. The exports delivered are 103 hhds. for Africa, 40 Mauritius, 3 Guernsey, and 3 for the Isle ol Man. The innuirv throughout (thourh not more than uaual at this |?nio?l) has been good for all kind*, and a few of the manufacturer* supplied themaelve* largely. The only alteration wo can notice i* with the middling clas* ol 'itiipa, whiclr are aomcwhat lower than at the end of the year. IBM. 1845 A hdn. hhd?, T-.baeeo in Liverpool, 31 at December 19 981 17,J03 Imported lu January, 1817 and 18lt> 1,000 1 691 20,963 11,93! 1817. 1818. V L. V.8.K.L.K.H. hd?. hde. DTin"dr?!.Hr.mej 11 36 28 ? 431 CoMtwi'*#'.* '.7.7.V 38 Jl IS 82 190 210 kxpirtatiou 0 7 112 0 149 15 Ireland 158 115 8 1 282 173 1,051 851 19.911 18 143 Other Not V L. V 8 K.L. KS tort*, sampled. Block, 30-h Jan, 1017 , 2912 53'9 2903 8192 23 581?19 910 Aiia.oit 3l?tJan, 1846, 1710 1303 2998 1929 25 1115?18,112 Wool ?The month of January commenced with a more animated demand for foreign wool*, and during the first two week* a fair amount of Litmneta waa done, and prices showed some tendency to advance. Since that time, iju^ ii v ri, mc uini iiri u??n ut-rn rjuiui, unu I'uycri cenin iu net with great caution, feeling alarmed at the state of the provision market and the unfavorable turn of the foreign exctiaugea. Prices, notwithstanding, continue tirm, and the impression is general that they will not be lower; b on the contrary, tome improvtment may be expected by and by in certain descriptions, j>articularly fine colonial, the stocks of which ara becoming reduced, and tne supplies for Borne mouths to come will tie very tr, fling. Tbia will havo a con capon ling effect on other fine descrtptions. St veral parcels of Australian have been sold at a little advance Spanish has been more inquired for. There has been u fair demand for United States chiefly the lower and middle qualities ; and we are glad to notice that these woola are getting into more general use ami are gaining favor with our manufacturers, being found well adapted for certain purposes Common wools have been in rather limited request, and notwithstanding the lowness of stocks, prices have not partaken of uny ad vanco The principal transaction) have boon in F.ail India. Kgyptian, Mogador, Turkey, and Peruvian ? Russia Donskoihas also been more inquired for. but there are few sales to report, the expectations of hold wi s being rather above what the market will at present afford. We shall hove public sales here on the loth instant, when the undermentioned assortment wil be brought forward :?About BOO bags United States UO bogs Australian and < ape, 400 bales Kn're ltins and Muenos Ayres (chiefly fine) and 700 bales Turkey Smyrna, Iceland, Kort India, llusisia, Egyptian, Kre Import op Amiicia PaOvmoni?From Saturilay, (he 19th December, 1846. to Monday, tho Jut of February 1847, there were imported into Liverpool the IoIIowiiik enormouB aunplie* oi Rrnio, flnui meal. lice, 4tc : f>i7, 7S6bhl? flour; 209 1)90 hu< eia wheat; 10 930 quarter! wheat; 6 882 nark* when'; 4 718 bug* wheat; 397 748 butheU Indian corn ; 44 064 n-iclia In lion corn; IJIlr quartern Indian corn; 46 36nbhln India i meal; 8,167 quartern bean*; 290 libln. b ant; II 198 l uohell barley; 260 h ign barley ; 16 iHiu buah,-In paddy ; 260 bag* rye; 269 do. buckwheat; 8 043 I aft lice; 214 canki I ico; Ml titrcoi rice; 43 bbln. pcaa. Haver., Jatiuiry 2J?Cottom ? On receipt of the advicen from the Uaited .Suite* by the Cambria ateainrr of the I at intt, our market Inn naaumed n rather dull aapect, which, however, waa immediately nucceoded hy some degree of brirlrnean in the ilemand.on tho part ot the trade, .-.I . |M uu tonuin, una iniiau mora iirinne?* to price*. Hnt the intelligence from Liverpool, which euhiequently reached u?, being of an unfavorable nature, produced n < priced f. eling here, anil created a decline of I to 31 on all Ameriaan deerription*. Thia decline, however, feema to have induced uperulator* to come forward, end although the tramraction* *inc-? the commencement of the week have not been cunaidereble, they have, tieverthelemi, been to a good extent. The buying for conaumptioa hat, on the other hand, been on a very moderate acale, and the low ebb of our e'.ock leaving audh little room for apeculation or comtimpfion, the attention oi purchaser* haa therefore beeu chiefly directrd to cargooa for delivery l'n<ler the prevalent nnwholo on? titoetiou ot money matter*, ariiing from the re?trictive meaturea recently adopted by the Bank* of f. jgland end France, a* well a* hy the public bank* - early throughout F.urope, It would he premature now to look lor any improvement in bu?inem. I he exceaaive dearne** of MMdStUffi, which, aince our lait report, I eve undergone ? very great advance, a,Pled to the mptem* ot di?tre*a now generally exhibited, unavold. e dy give rile to rather eerioua apnreheueiona, for unleai favorable change *hould ahortly occur, the financial . itlicultje* will, in all probability, be further increaicd i,nit in that ce?e itia impo**itilo to conjecture to what extent the mercantile community will everywhore tie affected. Sahn KJfattfd. f. c. J c. K'i ba'e* New 'Meant V 3# to III (1 ill " Mobile 31 v " lilt (i :i hj " t J pi and tl8 0 " lei t I dy " Upland, to arrive I<)? 0 " 101 I < 117 " INew Orlritna, toamve 101 0 " lit I h "> " Mobil*i to arrive 101 40 " I0> ( J' ,'?# hale*. The import* during the asme period amount to Jfl.ftfll W.*l. uyiil -hino*our!?* report ? rrrwWmbl#Mlin| off hM taken plae* in tke tram action ; (peculator* have for thapreaent withdrawn from the field of operation*,and the buy in*, which haa heen on a very moderate (cale, haa been devoid of apirit, and not ri'ended be) ond the immediate want* for comuaaption. The continued carcity of money ia the principal cauao of tha dullneaa in the demand, but thia would perhape have had lesa effect in checking tha deiire to purchase, if the acceunta from Liverpool had been of a different tenor, and had not announced a depreciation. Thia baa had an unfavorable influence here, and led to a further decline in prices of American cnttona. which have receded f 3 to 3, and are now about f ft lower than at the commonerm?nt of the fortnight. There Joea not, however, aeem to be any want of confldence en the part of holdera, ifenerally speaking, notwithstanding the unpropitioua aspectof ' huaineaa now prevalent ; and ai there hua been within thia week a rather conaideruhle fall in wheat and flour, it ie not unlikelv that thirca will aisume a more enoourairinr anpearunce. and the market recover from it* preaent atpte of inactivity Much wiii nmonuno.. uvp?nd upon the intelliircnce from Liverpool, which ii at ell timet the great criterion for operation* here. We have h#en pat in po?ae?iion of advicei from the United Htotni to the flih inntaut, hut thev wore not productive of anTthinir de*-?rving particular notice. P 8.?Tha pre| ceding win already iu prp*a, when a Hidden and total rhanire occurred In tho aituation of thing*, owing to the intelligence from New York up to the 9th inatant, received at Liverpool, which gave riaa to an animated and apeculative demand.and imparted acorreaponding feeling to our market. The ealea, in a few hour*, amounted to 7500 halea, and price* have recovered fa to S. Salei Effecttd r e t e 1.M0 b*lea New Orleaaa 98 50 to III 0 ' **' XTo,b,,5 0 ]?5 0 t?o1 ?TP!n3 . * " '? ? 1.181 Upland io arrive gg o " 101 0 " New Orleanr, to arrive .'.102 0 " 104 0 'J ,, S*" 0 " 250 0 944 Bretil, kc 0 " 115 0 10 8*?2 Halea. The importi du'ing the itmt p?riod amounted to 5,170 bla. raicti w half KiLooneMMK. Duly paid. In bond. 92 to 0 105 \ 81 to"fl 91 }iob,A ; 0 97 " 0 110 0 02 " 0 89 New Orletn* 0 93 " 0 120 0 12 " 0 109 l?'?nd I 50 ' 6 0 0 0 " 0 0 PeMiHmbaco 0 90 " 0 104 0 79 " 0 94 ". " a. 0 05 " 0 1C0 0 74 " 0 09 M area ham 0 00 "t 91 0 09 " 0 *4 St. Domiuro 0 75 " 0 90 0 64 " 0 79 8 .rat end Madraa 0 0"Q 0 0 0 "0 0 '" man* 0 75 " 0 100 0 04 " 0 09 Porto Rico 0 0 " 0 0 0 0 " 0 0 Kevptiaa 0 0 " 0 0 0 0 " 0 0 Paita and Pi?o o 63 " v ?> u as v n A shea ?Prices of American potash have rather improved thia week, an ' SO bbls I ?t brand*, 1446 partly to arrive, were sold at f 41 per 60 kil duty (f8 3S) paid Pearlaah ha* keen without enquiry, ?nd remain* quoted at f 43 for old. anil 44 for new brands No arrival* Stork in all descriptions I S00 hM* Rice?There wu a good enquiry in Carolina rice,in the early part of the week and 33(1 tiercel found buyer* at f 40 per 60 kil, duty (f I 37>?) paid; but the demand h >* ainre subsided, and not the slightest appearance cf activity I* now exhibited. Our extreme quotation! are f*4 to 41. Nothing ha* taken place in Kast India rice, which i* worth f 38 to 30 But 600 haul Para were takon at f 36 60 The Suragossa, John Cadmu?. Ne?tor. and O'hello, from New York and Charleston. had on hoard 1 444 tferoea. Whalebone?The *ame ttHirnation predorninatea In our market that we before notjred, and we atill quote northwestern (j*hery at f .3 43 to 3 60 and southern at f 3 70 per % kil. for home uao No mipplies hare been received Stock on band 110 tons nrain?t 6.6 ton* l??t vear Wheat and Flour -Owir,ir to the large supplies of wheat received thia week, pi ire* have undergone a decline The average for home growth at the la-t Wontiviiliers market, wai f 77 per sack of 3''0 kil. making a fall of is on the previous quo. tationa. The measure proposed by government for the free admission of foreign growth, and to which we alIn l*d in our last report, has been sanctioned hv the ChemUer* Several catgoea of wheat have arrived from thp United States. Spain and Marseilles. At the comm?nrement of the week, owing to the advices from Cordon, announcing a suspension of the import duty on corn, a speculative spirit was displayed, aud prices of American Hour advanced to f 48 60 per kil] but a reaction having since taken place, they have receded ,> t 46 to 46 60 per hbl in hnnd The (ilea during week amount to about 18 0()0 bins. Amstksdsm ?flince the last report. e< has been veiy steady. with an excellent demand i nnv descriptions. Dining the week ending Jo lmg? of Jfva wero sold ; subsequently 36 name description were taken, bring part o bought 11v speculators on the 1st ot Januai vaneed J^-hs The trading community liui. their usual spring sales, consisting of about 4Uii for the loth and 31st of March. Haw sugar is in limited demand, hut refined, however, has a fair inquiry. A large business has been ''one in rice at advancing prices. ' The cotton market is dull, and few sales are made. Asrwrsr ?There has been an excellent demand for coffee of all descriptions, and sales to a large extent have been efl'ectod at steady and well supported prices. The stock ol Brazil sorts is now 69 000 bags, : against 63 000 in 1R'6, and SH,40<) in 1045. Sugar has beon 1 in goed request, and for export the demand increases ; prices have also an upward tendency. There is still a good demand for cotton; nevertheless, the actual transactions are to a limited extent only. Aheut 10,000 dry Buenos Ayr?* and Ilio Hides have changed hands in the course o( the week ending Jan 36; foreign as woll as homo grown meet with a ready sale at rising prices. Hamscroh.?In colonial produce, tho articles of coffee, sugar and rico, and in exports, grain and spelter havo enntinuod to eng.ige the attention of purchasers. Cotton firm but quiet. Coffee?There havo heon regular though rather lesa animated sales, at well sustained prices, and with only limited parcels offering. Sugar? Since the arrival of the London mail of the 1 Ath ult. an uouncing a more settled impression that sugar in Kngland will tic iffmlltlll to use in the breweries, we have a more eager damend both from the trade and speculators, and prices advanced fully >?d per lb or 1s per cwt. Kngliah, but the scarceness ol stock at market greatly narrowed hminAH Hire?The lower desc.ilotions slowlV improve in value ; the available stock, however, ii so smell as to prevent business to any extent. This week about 000 hags Java, ordinary quality, brought from 19 to 13 8, and 160 bags common ordinary Bengal 11 Carolina is sold only by retuil. Trices generally may be quoted 8 per 100 lbs. above previous currency. Spices?600 begs Sumatra Pepper sold at the enhanced price of 9.V; 400 bags { pimento brought 4% ; 800 chests cassia liguea, common sort in small bundles, 6per lb. The money market is tighter. Exchanges remain much depressed. Official quotations?London three mouths, 13 9!*' ; Paris three months, 199?*'; Amsterdam two months, 36 60. ! Cahtox, Nov. 94 ?Import?Cotton?This staple continues depressed.notwithstanding the diminution in stocks and the plautilul harvest. The sales reported during the 1 month, aro at the following quotations net: Bombay, 4 4 to 6 taels ; Bengal, 6 te 7 taels j Madras, 6 4 to 7 9. Cotton Yarn?There have been imported during the month 180 bales?the clearances are 1016 hales, leaving a stock of 9939 agninst 979 holes last year. The rates current are: Nos. 16 to 94. 9G dol to 99 dof; Nos. 98 to 39, 99 dol to 31 dol, Nos 38 to 49, 31 dol to 33 dol 60 c all long. Long ; Cloths?The sales dunng the month have been on a limi, ted scale, but stocks seem reduced, and s better feeliog springing up. 79 reed greys are worth 9 dol 70 c long, and 79 reed whites 9 dol 90 c. American Goods?Tho sales of drills during the mouth have bean upon a fair scale, though prices have somewhat receded. 30 yards i goods aro quoted 9 dol 36 c to 9 dol 40 o loog ; 40 yaids, 3 dol 30 c Domestics have been in limited demand, and are quoted 9 dol 66 c to 9 dol 70 c long. Exports?Teas? About 100 000 chests of the new gieen teas have come down, whereof about 40,000 chests have bean purchased ? ay 3oOo cheiti by sou at 35 to 63 taeli; 3000 cheiti gunpowder and imperial at 35 to 60 taels; 3000 chests twankay at 10 to 85 taeli; 36,000 chests young hyson at 35 to at taeli ; and 10,000 chests hyson skin at IS to 34 tuels With the exception of some hyson for India, and a good deal of skin for Sydney, all these were puichased for the States, besides 14,000 packages , Ning yong at 10 to 43 taels. and a law chops ; Congou and Souchong. There have ulso been put chased 1000 chests Canton gunpowder and imperial at 30 to 33 taels, and 3,000 ches's young hyson at 13 to 30 taels. The operations for the Knglish maiket have been upon the smallest reale, and the following are the only pur , chases we hear of1,000 boxes scented orange pekoe nt 30 to 33 taels ; 1,500 coxes plain orange pekoe at 15 to 31 taels: 3 ooO ton cutty boxes scented caperat 30 to 3> taels; we do not hear of a single chop congou having becu se'.tled for. Tlicse prices, low as they are, will not now be given, tho news from both Kngland and the States, per September mail,having brought the market to a dead htund The shipments t? date to Kngland are moilerato ; as it is not likely that the teamen will submit to the great reduction which will he required to render I purchases side for some little time; the export must, therefore, continue moderate for the next month or two. ' J I Hilton white (A 90; No 1, $j 60; No 'J, *6; No 3, >4 60. ' Kieiphta-Shipments to KogUnd have nearly stopped; it . difficult to till ships parity laden, arid jE4 lot lo J.on, don ii the extreme rata. Shipmentsto Bombay .are alio n> hi ly ceased, and 36 cents ior augur would now be hc' | capted. Still very lew ships ate lute, nnd towards the 1 pring a scarcity mav be expected. H.xchnnge?6 months i sight ori London 4-t 4d; Go's accepted, 317. 1 Bombay, December 16?The dullness which prevail1 c-J in our import inuikut ot the clone of our l.ut issue, be* continued unabated thioughout tho fortnight. Tho uncertainty tin to the result of the Calcutta opium aale, which then interrupted ull legitimate business, ran ttcarrrly yet be said to be removed Metg}* -There li t* ' beau.but little animation in the market for thai* The j only ciihii:,e in out gustations ia in copper tiles, which exhibit a decline ot Ir to l',r per cwt. Bales are reported to us as lollowa : ? British hoop iron, 636 cwt, at .t'7 13* per cwt; copper tiles, 3B0 cwt. at tkir per cwt. t otton Yarns?Tho amount ot business done in yarns, during the past tortnignt, has been small, atnl prices, generally, have given way. Sales are reported to us ai I follows : Mule Twist?No. 40, 4000 lbs, at 8a per lb; No 30, tSOOO lbs, 15*,'a |mr lb. Water Twist-No. 30, OOflti lbs, at"i per lb. Money Market?The distrust prevailing in connection with tho opium speculations has continued to limit the discount and other transactions ot the native community , and whilst money is at present | by no mrans scarce, there can he little doubt that, were tlill ramriVrt. I mitat nf wKat ia ntrnihshla tritlilil ha fit I It/ employed in 'he regular trade of our market. Exchange continue* at 2* 03% to 2* 0't'l. A Government sale of five lac* on < ulcutta. took place yeaterday, averaging r* <17 13 for bill* at thirty ilaya' sight, and further sale* being anticipated, tue rate on that place Iran declined The quotation! of the day are a? follow* :?England ?ix rnontua'eight, J* 0'vl to 2* 0"* I Calcutta, uxty day* sight, ra. 07. China, a. r. 210 nominal. Freight*? 1 Freight* to Great llritain ni.iy still be quoted at ?1, and | to China from rupee* 10 to 12 per candy. Fa>:ioi<r* at Liraarooi., Fkh 4?During the past month (teight* to the State* have generally been dull < an I depre**ed, and much difficulty be* heerilound in pro 'ii'irig nirtlrient dead woight to load r von the packet*. We quote, for New Vork?dead weight. 9?tolJ*6d; tine giiod*, I.'micoarM and hardwaro, I2r til to I A*; earth, iwaro, h*. lioator,?dead weight, 17* 8d to 20* ; fine gno.l* 20* to l.ii; course, 20* ; uartlionware, 7* 8d tj 8i. I'hilndelphi tine good*, 26* ; coarse, 20* ; deadweight, l '"< , caithenwaro, ! ? to 10*. New Orleans?fine good*, | i 1 m ,i iwnre, to* to 16* ; earthnnwai e, 6*; salt, 2* to 3*; i ' weight, i to KM. ' hmle?ton fine good*, 33*; i ro . o and hardwate 20* , earthenware, 8i; ttead weight 1 rn,'e ' ? the filnniiractniliiK I>l?trtctv. Ihrorn tVilmer'a Time*, Feb 4 1 i ' *A?Ht?Tra-Therp ha* been an exceedingly Irrrgui 1* h*? maiket, tha demand botu iot good* i ?nd Wwf very limited - and nartie* comptlfed to Mil found themaalvea under the neceaaity of accepting pricea a (hade under tbo?a of laat waak. At the ?ama tuna tboea fpinnen and manufacturera who ara abla to hold their atocka have been encouraged by tha continued ateadineaa of the cotton market, to refUM ofl'era, except at higher ratea With reapoct to the working of ahort time in thia diatrict there haa been nothing new during the laat few daya. The diminution in the caufimptionof cotton at the prevent time ia varioualy eatimuted at from five to eight thouiand balea per week, but ia probably nearer the former than the latter auouot. The diminution in the quantity taken by the trade from Liverpool during the tiiou'h juet ended, it apparently about 11,400 bjlea per week; hat we believe that ttaJa eatimata doe a not include a qnantity of cotton whioh haa been imported by apinneia and forwarded to tha interior, without paeung through the Liverpool market Rochdalx.?The flannel market remaiua flat, and tha aalea have been very limited Wool tully maintaini ita pricea. but tbe manufacturer! buy very aparingly. Halifax ?Thin market continue* unchanged forth* batter; very few buyers being present, and hut few pieces having changed hunts. A* to yarn, the same quantity uf machinery still remains unemployed ; and the mostunremunerative istesare submitted to by the pinners The sales of long wool have been limited dulingthe week; and it seems not improbable that in fleece wool old rates may soon be current. The short wool trade remains very quiet; but the scantiness of the supply maintains the present price*. HuDoaasriBLo.?There are several buyers in town, but this has not caused anything like business in our Cloth ilall. The principal trade at this time is in vestments ; there is a little doing in fancy woollens. Leans ?We cannot report any improvement in our market, which is very quiet; nor are the prospects such as to hold out any hope for an early change for the better. Prices, notwithstanding, are pretty firm, except for fuacy stuffs, which may he bought very low. Affairs la Yucatan. [From the New Orleent Picayuue, Feb 13 ] Wo have aocounts from Merida to the 16th January. At that date, the forces of the insurgents of Catnpeachy weie in the immediate vicinity ot Met Ida, in hostila array . To avoid the effusion of blood, they summoned the city to surrender, giving it twenty lour hours for consultation. To this the government replied, suggest iug the appointment of commissioners to settle all their difficulties amicably. This suggestion was promptly rejected, and the surrender insist'd upon To this the government would not accede, and there matters rested at II o'clock on tbe ltitb, immediate Iioitiliuoa neing expected ou both title I In another quarter we have account* of hoftilitie*. The Faro Indutirial given an official report of tko taking of the village of Tatu by the force* of the govern ment of MaiiJu. The action took place on the 11th ol Jauaary. The government troop* amounted to 400 in- ' fintry and v!8 dragoon* They had alio one piece of artillery. The lorce ef the rebel* i* net given, but they fought for two hour* with unheard of fury; but tbe valor of the govornniaut troop* tar suipussed any of which we have any reeord, and in the end prevailed. They gained po**e**ioa of the villuge, and the rebel* fltd moat abamefully. The loss of tbe rebel* wa* between forty and fifty men killed and aeventeen priaoneu. How many were wounded wa* not ascertained, but the number of " Binning" muit have been very large, judging from the manner in which they are said to huve lied Tahi is a village situated far to the east of Merida and a little Month, and on ne direct route between any two points of the least note, so far as we can judge by the map. The commander of the government troops remark* that he does not consider its possession important to his ulterior operations, and he has accordingly withdrawn lit* troops from it Why it should huve been the scene oi so sanguinary a strife we do not well understand. The rebels of Campeaohy have seized all the letter# intended for Merida, received from Havana by the brig Martin. The simplest comanei ial letters were not el lowed t o thr ugh 1) J itorirj liut resigned bis office of consular ageii France at the Isle of Carmen, and devolved hie ! dtr inpornnly . , ou i Kmilio iirissac, a Frencb ci en. MILITARY AFFAIRS. A company of United States troops, under Captain Pitiinmer, ui rived at Galena 011 the id inst., from Fort duelling, whieb place tbey left on tbe 13th ult. The long inarch of some 400 miles to that place was completed on foot. The soldiers were generally wall, but looked weather beaten. Cnpt Pitman, of the Providence, R 1. Light Infantry corps, and editor of the Tran$cript in that city, hai re saivao a commission ae Captain in the U. 8. Army. A nimission ol Lieutenancy, has also been forwarded to dr John S Hlocum, of tbe same corps. Capt. P is now ill Washington, and it is expected will obtain the bounty money, clothing, arms, Jtc. for his company previous to his return in the ensuing week. [From the 8t Louis Reveille, Feb. 6 ] We uuderstand that a number of gentlemen in our | State hare received assurances fiom Washington that Missouri will receive a call for another regiment, destined for Mexico, and under this assurance the following named citizens are enrolling men. Capt. 8 O. Coleman will open a rendezvous to-day, in tha 8t. Louis engine hou?e. for the enrollment of acorn- . pany to be called the " 8t. Louis Light Guards." Mr. Thaddeus Wetmorehas sixty eight already enroll- ; ed in e company. Mr. Diogenes Wetmore has forty-two. Capt. Francis Boen has a company at Hermann, Gaa conado county, already enrolled. I _ Capt. R. W.Hunt, of St. Louis townshipj Capt James Beverly merlin, 01 piorisanr. mr. neurj AiinBio?j Louis Oaiss; Ur. Malony, of Potoai, Washington county j 1 R. H. Lane, of Frederick township, Madison county; : Mom. Korponay.of the 8t. Louis Yagers, and Captain Ko'cial-jwsky, are marshalling men for the fray. We are informed that these gentlemen have received assurances that if they enroll the requisite number of rank and file, and forward the same to Washington, they will receive commissions, provided the present military bill before Congress passes that body. AJphonso Wetmore expects to lend the regiment. Sporting Intelligence. CiiARi.KSTon, February 17.?First Race?Jockey Club purse of $1 ooo, four mile heats. Mr. O. F. Hare, enters b. m Patsey Anthony, 8 years, by Priam, dam by Virginian' 3 3 dis Col. Hamnton, enters ch in. Castanet, 6 yrs., by Monarch, out of Betsy Bobbins, by Kosci* uisko 1 3 3 Mr. John Singleton, enters ch. m. Maid of Lodi, 6 years,by Hualpa, dam by Phenomenon.. . . 3 11 Time, 8:1JK,8:8, 8:17. Second Race?Sweepstakes for three year olds.?Mr. Lownds' ch f. by Eclipse, dam by Sir Charles. Col. Singleton's c. f. by imported Monarch, out of Blind Lottery. O. P. Hare's b. c. by Trustee, out of Rosalie Somers. W. M. Myers' br. (. by Leviathan, dam by Stockholder. Mr. , ch. c. by Shark, out of Atalanta. M- n'Ho?l??>. h ? h? ilnm l,v HiraaJnn Mr. Kowa's b. c. by Billy Harris, out of Lady Morgan. Mr. Uambla'a b. f. by Argyle, dam by imported Eman cipation Fire only out of the eight entriea came to the poit, and a more gallant (hour of "young bits" we have never aeen in oue field Thoy were entered without namea, but found them during the race, and the winner of the purse had the appropriate soubriquet of "Revenue" attached to him before he became the iticceaaful collector of a very handsome revenue. The four heata were all beautifully contested, and exhibited amoug the horaea, riders ami spectators, more animation and iutereat, than was elicited by the main race. We tear it would be tedious, after the run is ovar, and the funds pocketed by the winners, to give a detailed account of the heats, and therefore shall only add the time, and then give the prospect of the morrow's sport The time shows, better than words what a gallant set of uags came up to the rule of "play or pay " Time, 1st beat, 3:.'iOX; id, 3:47; 3d, 3:8IX; 4th, 3:64 ? Charleiton Paprr. A Nmwrp ItnsriL'R Wau ? li??ri*rnl Tlinmnsnn Wiird, commander of "the lfidi division Missouri militia, near Lower Lake, Platte county," following the

example of his locofoco compeer, has determined to get up a war on hit own responsibility. It seems, from tho explanations of the editor of the I'lutte Jlrgus. that a band of Kox Indians ure roaming at large in the counties of Gentry and Harrison, committing depredations on the property of citizens, and frequently insulting and terrifying women and children, beiQg excited theroto from the efl'acta of liquor, which is furnished them by whisky tra iars, who "follow in their wake." It is furthermore said that he has been induced to order the immediate removal of these Indians out of tho Slate, by the representations of men of high character una standing, residing in the immediate neighborhood of the "scene of action" ? he "infested region." All this sounds well enough, hut we should like to know where this militia General gets his authority to commence such acts of hostility Hgoiust fhese Indians, or any body else I Would it not he quite as well for the General to employ himself in finding out and punishing the scoundrels who sell whis ky to the Indians, thereby causing them to insult the wo. men and children, instead of taking upon himself to call out the militia and punish the Indian* I--SI. Louis lie jiublicun, Feb. 8. Ano iuer Steam boat Explosion?The steamboat Medora left here on Wednesday evening last fur rsachltochea. Upon leaving rort Hudson on Thursday, ah? burst both her boileis, instantly killing < liarlea Martin, a (human on the boat, and availing severely fi.tauu or sixteen people, moat of whom were passengei a Fe rural were slightly icul led, among whom was the rlerk of the boat Among thoae severely scalded, wero Major Blocker, of North Mississippi; Dr John K.vni, and Mr. R Klinn, of Mississippi; Dr. Klenroy, Mr. < aruthers and Moi?o, residences unknown The steamer Natchez brought down the wreck of the Medora, with the deud anil wounded On hoard ?JVru> Orleant Picayune, Feb 13 Navigation of thk Illinois.?An editor in Illinois says> ?In passing down the lllinoi< river in n littie stern wheel boat called the Agatha, which ctta drew about sixteen Inches ot water, we were mucli amused at the novelty ol the thing, when, in approaching J Boardstown, the engine was stopped and given a ' lick buck,1 for the boat to wait a Hoosier team that was ford] ing the stream to pass. It is no uncommon occurrence, we are told now. Inr the enntain of n boat, of a dark nirht. ; to wade ahead with a lantern in hand to point out the channel ! Tliia saves the necessity of throwing the Uad, the pilot singing out ' knee deep,' and all ia sal*. Political Intelligence. The election went ott quietly yeaterday, and resulted in the choice of the democratic candidate for the State Senate, as also of tha candidate of the aame party for representative in the third district. In the filth representative district there appears to he a tie.?Af. O fie. ttb IS Varieties. Thirteen houses were consumed by fire in LowlsvIHe, j Henry county, la., on tho Slid nit. Lost $10,000. Mr. Kli Davis, merchant, is Ihe principal sufferer; his loss ia $' ,000; no irisuranco. ' A fisherman in the Bangor(Mo) marke',had on Wednesday last, tho biggest codfish ever brought to that market. It weighed ninety-eight pounds, ari l niessurad four feet night niches in length. Suit has been instituted against the Mayor of Pittsburgh i for the fulse imprisonment ofJimeson, ? colored man, charged with vagrancy, and a suit for trover and conversion brought by Hie same against his honor for the ro' covery oi i pistol found on Jimsion'i person when I arrested NEW YORK HERALD. Ncmt York, Monday, Fabruarjr '44, 1MI. Malta for Europe. The new and splendid ocean packet ship Constitution, Captain John Britton, lor Liverpool,will sail to-day, if the wind permits. Those desirous of sending the latest intelligence from this country to Europe by this packet can obtain copies of the New York Herald, of this morning, and the Weekly Herald oflast Saturday, in wrappers, ready for her mails. THE FOREIGN NEW8. Stat* of the Or a in Markets. The Famine in Ireland, Scotland, Belgium, France, and Prussia. The Policy of the British Government. After a passage of sixteen days, the Cambria arrived at Boston on Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock, with fifteen days later intelligence from all parts of Europe. The new* is exceedingly interesting, and in a 'commercial point of view highly important. We look upon these accounts as being rather more favorable than those by the previous arrival, so far as the interests of this country are concerned. There appears to have been a pause in the corn markets and a slight decline in prices, but the falling oft' in quotations corresponds very nearly with the reduction in duty by the aba* lition of the corn laws. This inactivity in the corn markets was caused by the operation of several influences, the most important of which was, without doubt, lite advanoe in the rate of interest by the Bank of England, then the large stocks of breadstufls in first hands, and the supposition that the domastic producers held large supplies, which would be put upon the market at once, in consequence of parliament having suspended the navigation laws. These are, however, mere suppositions, so far as the last two causes are concerned, the first being, probably, the principal cause for the reaction in the market and in prices. The Bank of England is peculiarly situated at this time. That institution has for several years past been under a new system; and since this new system was adopted there has been no crisis in the money market; no drain of bullion to buy breadstuffs, simiflvnerieneed under the old sys tern, in seasons of deficient harvests. The government of the Bank of England have adopted precautionary measures in season, with a determination to prevent any alarming crisis in the money market. Every pound sterling in bullion drawn lrom the bank under the new system, requires a corresponding reduction in the circulation ; consequently the circulating medium is more alfectcd by an exportation of specie than in former times. Previous to the adoption of Sir Robert Peel's system of finance, the Bank could keep up its circulation, without any regard to the drain ol bullion, as is illustrated by the operations of the Bank in 1840 and '41, when the amount of bullion in the bank was reduced to about three million! sterling, and the amount of issues was maintained at a high point. The currency at that time wai much depreciated in value, but its volume remained full. A very different, and more alarming and serious state of things would exist under the new system, in the event of a drain similar to that previously realized. The bank now issues fourteen millions sterling upon government securities, anc the circulation cannot go below that amount should every pound in bullion be drawn from th< bank. Its circulation over that amount depend: entirely upon, and is regulated by the bullion ii the bank, it will, there/ore, be seen that it is ne cessary for the bank to look out for its bullion, ani to adopt such measures as the exigencies of tin moment require, to preserve what it has now 01 hand. The advance in the rate or interest, from t< ' 4 per cent, is intended, no doubt, to check specu lation in breadstuff's; but it is a question whethe : it will have the effect aimed at. It is our im pression that, if it has any, it will bo but tempo rary. The famine in Europe it to generally ex tended, the tsarcity of food to great, the tourcei of tupply on the contin-nt to limited, that un l cannot conceive it pottible to prevent a farthei ! rite in breadttujft. The first effect of the ad vnne.n in the rate of interest was aereat depressior in the various markets; but they rallied, as wil be seen by the reports in our foreign news, ant were steadily improving. The demand lor breadstufis comes from i source which cannot be alTected by any move ment in financial circles. A demand for food fo immediate consumption can only be satisfied b furnishing supplies; and those supplies must b forthcoming, no matter what prices may be. An sulvance in the rate of interest would n any time, but particularly in the midst of an great speculative excitement in cotton, hav a tendency to check the movement and de -1 V__l, itfAiilJ K, press II1C IlmiKUl, as HID 171X11 n- nuuia /< | powerfully supported by the immense manu facturing interest, and the scarcity of monc J would compel holders to disgorge; but a spc culation in breadstufls, produced entirely by ; greater scarcity than has been known for yeari cannot be controlled by any such influences, j | people do not work they must eat. If the inanu facturers suspend operations, the condition of th working classes becomes still more distressing. J money is scarce, and prices for food rule ver I high, tho distresses of the better classes of societ are increased, as their means become reducer i It falls with increased weight upon all classet j and tho evils become greater instead of being a leviated. The Hank of England seeks to chcc ' the advance in the price of food by increasing th value of money, and making it more difficylt fc those having moderate means, to pay whatevc | price may be current. Operatives in manulactu ri?%?r ovtul >11?>im*?nta am in rianimr of hfivinor thei wa?es cut flown, as money becomes scarce c | more valuable; and any reduction in their da.il earning*, must bring many, now able to kee soul and body together, to pinching want. Tins wdl be tne result of increasing the rate < i interest, in the event of such a movement ni : having too effect intended upon the prices f< breadstufft. What the probability is that sue will be the effect, can only be determined by th extent of the scarcity of food, and the possibilii of the domestic supply being nearer theconsum] tion, than accounts received thus fur induce us believe. Advices received by the Cambria report inoi distress upon mo commem uimi muse mmo , by previous arrivals. It appears that in Pruss theie is a great scarcity of breadstuff's, and m have our fears that long before next harvest the wiil be a universal famine throughout Europ It is at least six months to the next harvest; ar even if the scarcity at present in any section, not very pressing, the consumption for six mont] must produce great want, i When we take into consideration the measur taken by the Bank of England and by the gover merit of Great Britain, to bring down prices broadstuffs and to increase the supply of foo prices were, up ta the latest date, exceeding firm and well sustained; and we cannot resi the conclusion that the next arrival from tl { other side with later dates, will bring a ; vioes of an advance in breadstuff's, full i great as any yet realized. In relation to cottoi the future is not so clearly defined. Hif j pricai for breadituds invariably depress price j for cotton, to suah an extant that cna usually of set* the other. Corn and cotton, in the markets ! of Great Britain, can be compared to a pair of scales?when one goes up the other goes down. P Even the short supply of cotton cannot put up '' prices, in the face of a short supply of the staff of life. We, therefore, see no proability o of any improvement in the price of this ex- c tensive and important stapie, but on the contrary J we fear a farther decline. Such was the position a of commercial affairs in Great Britain when " the Cambria left, and further accounts will be looked for with the greatest interest and most intense anxiety. The corn laws have been suspended until tho < 1st of September next. An effort was made to ' have them permanently suspended, but it failed. ! They are in fact, totally, and forever suspended, | i Oi,ur? i.aiiav* ?ha? nn ministry of England willdare j j enforce them again. The harvests of Great Bri- i ! tain this year may be full an average, so far as ; the grain crops are concerned f but there is every I probability of the potatoe crop proving defective | and deficient, more so than the crop of last year. t Should such a terrible evil visit Great Britain, it will not be difficult to forsee the result. There is now a great social revolut:on in pro{ gress ia England, Ireland, and Scotland ; indeed, , I in the whole of Europe. Famine it the mo?t 1 1 powerful of revolutionary elementt. Driadfuj. Gales on the Enolhh Coast?Melancholy Death or American Packet Captains. ?By the accounts received by the steamship ' Cambria, we have the sadaud melancholy intelligence that some thirty seven American vessels were more or less injured; und that all the London , packets that sailed during the month of January, were obliged to put back to port. , But this is not all. We would be glad if we could stop here. It is our melancholy duty to say, for the information of the relatives and friends of the deceased, that the amiable and gentlemanly Captain riathbone, so long connect- : ed with our packet marine, and so enthusiastically admired for his generous and noble cha- ; racter, was, together with his two matos and five of his crew, washed overboard from the packet ship Columbia, of which vessel he was master, ; on the I9th of January last, and lost. This is melancholy news, not only to his wife and family, with whom we deeply and sincerely sympa thise, but also to the wtioie American commercial and nautical community. There never was, perhaps, a man more endeared to all who knew him, than Capt. Ilathbone. To know him was to love him?and that he should have perished in the way he did, far from his family, his friends, and his kindred, is indeed heart rending. But " in the midst of life we are in death," and may we all, when summoned to " that bourne l'rom whence no traveller returns," be as pure and unspotted as was he. All that was mortal of him, is gone from us forever?but his name?the recollection of his virtuous and honorable life?our respect for him when living?will be cherished by all who knew him. We would willingly stop here, but duty demands that we record still further accounts of the 'r effects of the raging element in that sad month. The same gale that deprived us of Capt. Rath banc, took away iroin us tjapt. coring 01 ine snip 1 Eliza Warwick, which left our shores on the 1st 1 of January last. This officer, with three or four ^ of his men, was killed on board of his vessel by 1 injuries he sustained in consequence ot his vessel , being'struck by a tremendous sea, which well ' nigh swamped her. ' Accounts had been received at Havre that ' . Captain Pierce, of the packet ship Utica, died ' from natural causes, while on his passage to 1 | Havre. ' Altogether the month of Jannary has been a sad 5 and wonderful month. 9 1 i The Foekion Mails, Arc.?The Cambria having - arrived at Boston, at 4 o'clock on Saturday aPerl ' noon, her mails could not leave Boston on that s day. i It was supposed that the Government started an express over Long Island with them, but the ) storm of yesterday was probably too severe lor it . to get through. The only boat that came from r the East yesterday, was'the Stonington steamer, . with Harnden's express. She arrived in good . time. The Norwich boat is still due. The Cambria's mails may reach here this i morning, we nope so, iur whiiuul men icucra , the merchants will be 44 all abroad." Thb Day.?One hundred and seventeen yea rs ago ty-day Giorok Washington, the Father oi 1 1 America, was born. ! Theatricals. Pass Theatbs ?Tha capital play of "Look Before You Leap," which was received with so much applause 1 on every occasion that it was performed, will be repeated at the Paik Theatre this evening This comedy is per euliarly well adapted for the stock company of this tbeay tre, and developes the sterling talents and acquirements s of each. Mr. Dyett, Mr. Bass, Mr. Chanlra-i, Mr. Bar rett, Mr*. Abbott, anil .Mrs, Kuignt, will tuita tuo principal parti. In itich handi it will affoid more interest and ,t amusement than would the performances of the gieatnst tan. The historical comedy of the ' Landing ol Colum' bus," which will he produced in a magnificent manner, c will he acted afterwards, for the tint time in six y euri. i- Bowiar Thvatre. The grand spectacle ol " IvunB hoe, or the Jew's Daughter," which had such n favorable [m run here some time since, will be reproduced this eve nihg. with the drama of the " Klying Dutchman, or the ^ Thantom Ship," and the farce of " Turtle Hunting " We *" are satisfied that Mr Jackson consults the wishes of hi* a friends and patrons, in reviving "lvunhoe"and the "Phsutom Ship," tor no pieces ever wi re so successful as these '? have keen. Crowded houses will of couisa continue as If long is such attractions are offered. [. New Toaa Oprka Hol'sh ? A strong bill is put forth hare to-night?four pieces that Would move the heart of e I.. an anchorite. The first i? the " rieaiant Neighbor," neat the farce ef " Lucky Star*"?the " Devil to Pay," and the y laughable iketch entitled the " Ilouie Dog " This if y certainly a tremendoui hill for one evoning, and exhibits i a determination en tho part of the manager to make his neat little place aa attiactive ai any in the ?ity. To i, mcrrow evening'! receipt* will be *et apart for the relief of Ireland. ^ Bowkst Amphithiatbk.?This is the anniversary of Washington's Birthday, and the proprietors of the lowC ery Amphitheatre seem determined to celebrate it in 'r goodearnest. This evening too, Ham Lathrop, the funny 'r clown, will take his beneflt. We have glaneed at the bill, and should saythst if not the strongest, itisone of ihe ir strongest ever put foit'i here. In addition to the regular performances there will be a grand pony race, in wnich >r all the holiday games and sports of an English flir will y be played by the extensive company. Uo to the Ciri us to night by all means. The Miaaea Cuahmnn hail concluded n moot aucceaaPU engagement at Birmingham, nt the Uat account* The if people of that city were in ecataciea, an,I deacribe thei; acting a* unequalled Alter leaving Birmingham, thry 91 appeared in Liverpool and Manchester, and thence they >r wont to Sheffield, where they were playing with their ^ uiual aucceaa at the lateet date*. We un rle rein ret that the lion and lionet* brought out in 10 the hrig Jeune Albert at Charleeton. have been disposed ty of to Mr. Raymond nf the New York Menagerie for the um of fiV) Mr. Raymond went expraaaly to purrhaae 1" them, and will return to New York wiih hie " fondling*" to hi the Southerner. Movement* of Traveller*. re The boUteron* Mate of the weather yeaterday, *o fat ,(j retarded the arrival* at the undermentioned hotels, aa to afford ua a very limited list lor to day. itl Am?bica!??J. Warren, Colnmbus; J. Farley, Alalia # ma; J. Buccland, Virginia; J Macudo. Liverpool; A. C. Lewin, Missouri?patsengeis in the New World 1? A?TOa?E. Wheeler, Boaton; A James, New Orleani; C. Folurhee, Borton; D. Baton, do; 11 Crokor, do; U. ' Davia, do; J. E. Body, London; T. O'Slmnghneoy Conn.; >d J. Keny, do; J. Mutiro, Paris; P. Allen, Tann ; H. East, is Baltimore. , Citt?J Lymonda, Peekaklll; ('apt. Horner, Phila ; II. 98 Watt, Richmond; A. Duval, do; J. Duval, Petersburg; A. Duval, do; T Smith, do; J Grander, Pann.; W Kane, Savannah; Mr. Reynolda, do; Kev. J. Hcuany, Halifax; es J. Woiater, N C. n- Howard.?D. Hydo, Stonington: J. Tarkanaon, Clor r.innati; L Johnaon, Baltimora; J. Hegley, Tataraon; P Wilaon, Cincinnati: A. Rich, Baltimora; A. Hnyaa, <1, Canada; N. Canole, Boaton; O Stevena, Concord; A I Hardy, Andover; J. Pruley, New Haven; (i. Morton, ' Boaton. lit Krahrlir?T. Richmond, Trov.: I. Savage, Mexico; lt( L. Kanyon, llochaater; (' Smith, Jeffitraoii ro Junaov?Mr. Mitchell, New Yoik ; M Congcneckcr, a- Netcnez; K.Arnold, Virginia; H. Kvana, Maine. ,? Kathbun?J. Jewatt, Poughkee|>eie; C. Millar, Buffalo; A. Rutherford. Mobile; J. Noye, Buffalo. n, rh Knoa Pearly, 74 year* of aye, cut hla throat at Do Rnjter, Onondaga county, on the Slat ult He whb 1 laboring under a temporary 01 oi iniauity, cauted by the ( ambarraaamant I# W? pMMiary aflhlri, If mile all Italian Ouba?"Lucia ili Lemmermoor" is to fce erformed at Felino's to-aight, and will, no doubt, be stoned to by a large audience. It hae baen repeatad uoa or twice, by particular request, liaca it wa? laid side. It is e pretty little opera, and calc'lated to bring ut the pleasing peculiarities of t tie of several of the orps who are cast iu it. There are many who are no: et tired of hearing it; and if there are any who have lot he?rd "Lucia," we recommeu t them by all means to vail thssssaives of this opportunity. " i'Lombardi" it nuounced for kridiy evening Allsohaniass.?This company of vocalists, at the -equest of mtay friends and ndmirers, give a grand con tart at the Tabernacle, on Thursday evening next. The irogramme is llch. announcing several beautiful solosluartettes. &.Q. The bass voico attached to these singers s sweet, distinct, end powerful, and renders the glees ixcoedingly harmonious. Madams Ablamowici's Obanb CotreeaT.?We again invita attention to the magnificent musical festival at Mudamo Ablamowicz, which comes oil' to-morrow eve him at tha Tabornacla. Tha programma contains the nomesof the molt popular artiittt, Barili, Benodetti, Beneventano.Sanquirice, Herr Doro, Maeitro Banli, Kyle, anJ the eminent pianist Mr. Timm. With inch a hoat of talent thin concert muit preve the inoit brilliant of tho reason. The duet, "Ah audi mali raier," between Madame A. and Signor Benedetti, ia highly spokon of, and was much lauded and encored in Brooklyn at her late concert. Hhe will sing Sphor's boaatiful air, "Oh mighty love," with horn accompaniment by Herr Dorn. Tina combination of talent must fall upou the ear in awaat melody. Many, perhaps, have heurd them separately, but the union of voice and horn, under such skiiiul judgment, roust be as delightful ae tbo imagination can conceive She will give enolher soul stirring song, "Mao. grugora' gathering," which has been much admired et a former entertainment. We expect to see the Tabernacle crowded, aa wail by the friends ot Madame A ae the numerous patrons of tUn undoubted telent ef the Italian opera troup*. City Intelligence Thb Btosm ?Thx Wtnsi u.?Yesterday we Ltd n rather heuvy snow-storm, aa I it continued snowing during the day- The aa.ew in seme parts ot tho street was about feur iacbes deep ; aad we observed that it waa much deepar?partioulaiiy in the suburbs. Tue Manhattanrille stages ran tiaeir sltighs -seme drawn by six ^orses i and there were several private eleighi, aboat 4 w 'cloak, in motien through tome of the priaoipal streets The ??"Y tinkling ef (he sleigh hell wsi giatifyingto the rvir' lhH ?^"*t inhabitant," about k o'clock, p ^ nrrdicted that we were aboat te rsceive ear " fareireh.' *'*'* "lB ?." i? the snew sterm of Teaterdav Th# weather, hewever, has been so he kid duriac the ts.'*1 few mo,,lh, tll"t w? ?l*ould hesitate befoie placing *s>,iau#e u?~" B^Jictiona of tail vanarable peraenag*. Kiaas? A ire vfn. ' ** threatened to do damage, was put out yesterday mon,'1*? *' No. ** Mereer street. The j; ../-a (? . furnace ia a very eareleas aaau "a fir. .i?o brok. oat .t fh Roosevelt street, in a grocery ? "eeeivinn soma tiiiumIt wn. put out .ft.r tb. premise. a c*'Tl"? k0m* ?"i?g damage. Succor to Iceland.?The MereantlU ' .rVJ' *" tioo ar. moving (or tb. relief .f Ireland. . ' k * meeting in thoir lecture room this evening, nub,ir?r? rangemente for an energetic movement. The ? invited to attend. rm?? Common Council.?Tbe Board of Aaeiatant Aide, hold forth in regular meeting tbia eveuing, at V o'clock. Temserancb Council ?Thie society eeiebrete tha birth day of Washington to-day at tbe Tabernacle, between thi> hours ot 10, A M , and 0 p. M. w e learn tbet Charles Whitney, Esq., the Ylecutisaist, will deliver an ulogy on Washington^ 13 M. Other speakers will be there daring tbe day. Washington Monument Celebration.?W. ?** requeued to at.te that there will bo no postponemcni oi tbe festival ut Castle Uarden to-night, whatever nl#JT the state of tho weather. Model or Naw Yoaa.?It will bo seen by the advertisement, that this great work of Mr. Brides is to be reopened lor exhibition in this aity. We have se eften commended it, that we scarcely know in wha terms to recall it te the attention of our readers. To advise every person, stranger and citizen, to visit it without deity, would be to repeat often reitoretod counsel. Ne citizen of our metropolis will surely do himself and hit family the injustice, to sufiVr to depart from enr midst uninspected. a work which renresents sot oulv his residence and place of business. but even the very'rnaterials of whieh they are composed, bo>1 thn peculiariiiea in their count rue tion?the very tree that shades bit window, aad the lamp that illumine* his doorway. Especially will no man of commercial pursuits fail to be satisfied of the trnthfnltieasef a work, wl.iah is to eonvty throughout the world an impreeiiioD of the commerce and resources ef New York, favorable *or unfavorable, according te ite degree of accuracy. And the artiit?if iudaed, there is ono who baa notaeen it?he who delights te eonteaaplate the aublitne and beautiful?will he fail to visit, and eften to visit a work, which raia:a hia mint to feelings of grandeur and sublimity, nnd causes liim te aland ameied at the extent of human genius T Police lnteUhgenec. Fkb.21?Outrage ?n the Ltvg Itland RtiLroti?For some time past, the conductors on the hong I?laud Earl road hare been much annoyed by some perseu or parsona tearing up the rail, thns th'owing the locomotive oil'the track, at the imminent dinger ef life and limb. All these outrages appear to he committed in the vieimty of St Oaorge's Manor, about seventy miles from Now Yoik Tee last act ol this kind wan about two weeks ego, and had it not bsen timely discovered by tbo hand cm that precedes the train, in nil probability the whel* tieiu would havo been tbiowu off the track, and many lira* lust. Suspicion at lust ban bees lodged rfC'^inat two farmer* residing in tbe immediate virini.y ol thaia outrages, by the numea of T Terry and Terry Robinson, and upon the affidavit of Mr. Marshall, one of tbe conductor*, being made before Judge (Edmonds, a warrant wa* issued by that Judge lortbearii.it of tbe two|accussd Elisoas, and pieced in tbe hands of ot&ceis Leonard, rown, and Bewyer, three of the Chief 'i aid*, wh* arreited them both on Saturday last, and cenvsyed them before tho above Judge, who admitted them to bail in the sum ef V>uo for a further hearing in the matter on neat Thursday afternoon Burglary.?The dwelling house No. 46 Vestry afreet, occupied by Mr*. Canty, wa* bu glarinusly entered by some bold thief, between the hour* ot 1 and 7 o'clock en Suuday morning, by forcing open the door*, steeling theretrom an old fashioned silver watch, breaking open the di a a eri, turning the thing* upsid.i down hi search of more plunder. No arrest. Quelling a Mutiny ?Officers lluthwoite, Bloom and Trenchant, attaiher of ihe chief's office, were sent yesterday ua hoard of the Bntiih (hip Madras*, Captain Conklin, lymgat the quarantine, readyfor sea. by the chiet of police, at tho lequest of the British Ceuiul, the crew of that abip having refused to de duty, which resulted iu the officers Inking four of the ruigleadere ieto custody, who weie iroued together at the lequest of tue captain, and plated in el small dark hoio in the ship, apparently reserved lor such purposes, thnirto renmiu uuul brought to their Reuses, end willing to obey the capUiu'i order* After this was done, the officers left the ship, undergoing a rather aavero rule, in a small boat, tun water dashing ovor them almost every minute uuiil reaching the shoie. Jirrcet en Stssjneieti.? Ottiivi brown, one ef the ahiel's aid* sri ested on rfatuiday'uignt Thomas Paul. the steward ol tbe Bare llunxfoot, laying at the loot of Dover street, on su-picion ol breaking open tho captain's desk, stealing tliurefiom a clh'ok or draft ee a Bank in Philadelpuiw for $ in00, sod .76 soveieigns i emmit'ed by thu. chief for oz iminatieh Assistant Captain Leydee, of thai 6.U ward, in rested a nvsn cslled (ienrge Duty ea on Saturday night on suspicirtv1 ol 'be ahovu offence. Justice Driukercomiuitted uim fa r exsmin ition. 11..1.r-~. ?a -.as* hv the rmiiie of Juke Jithit oil, Jtut arrived Iron so*. > "p ut hording heal*. No l?X Thoniaa itreet or. A turdry l??t, having in hit trunk an over eo.it, cloth cap,,* "aw P'ir ef h#ote, a pilr ol panti, a jacket, and u diem Ok ? *. valued, in all, at $38, ami <ni htiii- ay mornirg, the puov 'allow lound hi* traak in the yard, broken open and empv TShop "Li/teri" at work atain.- Two fellowi eell?d into tna --louiiug ttoie ol William Ut\ '' > #t No. Iti Clinton atreet, about 8 o'clock on Hatur lay moraing Uat, and priced a vi?t, when nhorily attar their k ',,Tln* the atoro, a piece ol black doeikin caaiimere, vak'1*'' ' WM mining, lappoied to have been taken b,T 'heie chapi. One 01 the men wai drained in a camlet clo'a built; the other a tall young man, with curl) hair, and wore a black ovarcoat. Law Intilllgnnei. Cotiav ClLiiDia -Circuit Court? it, It, at, fia, 7*> 80 4 88,81,63,86 784, 88. H?, 9 I Superior Ciert-K*' 8 73. lOu, 148. 186. 89, 67 71, 101 10.1, 8 >. 8*. 87, 94, |?^, 138,03 73 174 177, III), tot. 31, 181, tit. lea 181,114, 111, 3, 148, 186 188 187 188 180, 190 Common fie;, lit part?17 U1 '73, 46 27 31,80, :i7,39 41,43 2d part , -137 134. 148, 141 314. 187. 104, 170. 172 174, 17* |7?, 180, 187, 17, 184 186. 184, 190, 46 l/nited Statu Circuit I Court?Tue Kabiu.iry tvrm ut thu Court coaimancei Ihiiday. Important Mail Arrangement.?We have atttkeiiticjoloriiiatioii Irom tVat ingtou, ift) 'hi.Columi.ua ((>4) /loin, ul tli? 1*111 list., t >ut in couieqiicnan 01 inn important railroad rompronin ?, recently inado at Meeon, the Postinaiter I4eneial will teccivo iiropoeele far carry | i.ig tlio great mail direct from r.olnni'mi to Blekely, Alabama?a town at tlin haml of Niobile Bay, and li inline from thorny of that nania. Tins routa to Mobile ia aoma 60 or 70 in;la* nearer than by the way of Montgomery. fflorrla Canal va. Sciinylalli Navigation. No. 1. Total dntmicr I'rarn Meach chunk, ria Lehigh and Moms Canal ta Jersey City, u|i|ioaile New Vuik HI miles Tatal d'S'an e from l ottavilIo to knirmount, Tia Schuylkill Navigation, IM mi'es 40 mile*. To'aI inrreaaeil d (tares to put (.'? ! in New York ludaad of at Kai'inoui.t, only (Omilci Wnh the double tectum boat, carrying MO torn, tha trip from V audit hunk to N?w Y ikaml hack could he made in from 12 to is day 'ay ere i 14 d <ya, at 15 per day, (for run nine the hoat, which ia ample,) and yon lu.ea cm' ol $ 8 for trmapoiliii* 140 torn ol coal, oi liOeentaper ton Look to it . i .i ..I...... i .. Nntlac.?Kanln, Uuttvi , 41* UroMlwny, *p> pajnte M I' wl'a, n now P'?P ?r?>l to offer h e Spring Style, a.irpaaeii'g in ho itn >' hii y elji* aa yet < ITsied by hite, won an e ilire new atyle of lining 1211 it To Mooter ThIIoiu? 1'nlie Niillta tliat tile I. *?* nod Fime'ee of the 1 lathing Store, at the aaniar of Charles mi l allimme streets, in ihc city ol B?lti?.>re,wil 1 be offered fir at aoeti m ou the primtiet on the litis i ift ran or wt.l l)f si.'d atpritat ? .1* previous to t> a time. Ttie ?lo e la bout 'Jfi lert front, and ' etweeii 58 and n laet do. I'. I-u fie nil ii,. in ihc til p aeihle m.niusr, .Mid it has the I rfeat Cosh Ciutam ill Ihat city. Apply at the at re. or 'o Riciwrd T. Shepherd, No. 93 [ Cheatcnt street, I'hiltilelphia. tf Phllndelphln Agent* for the Haralil -Mi B. ZlKBKU 4 CO., 3 l.edger Building, Third atreet, ha. low i.heenut. Thoae wuhing t? hate the Herald ieret.J regularly "t their a ore* and dweitinii, will pltaaa leave their Mimea na above. Temi. 75 acuta pet li 'aih Suiile ?i.pi*4 J fir lale tUily. Woo ?ceatt. ill u?