Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 22, 1847, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 22, 1847 Page 3
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t>a<4 *y prlva'a contract the ralei were 6000 Montav d^, dry. a*. ASK to fa, ?nd 1100 aalt?d at S?i. The lmpor*i were SAPS hi '?* from Montevideo. 2800 from I'-ruHrr.^uio. ?jd 1W0 ncaitwiie Rloa?No demand whatever ha* bi-en manifested, and. In fact, there It at pr??etit ,i general stagnation every wh?re We. how evur. continue to qu>te Carolina at 82 to 87f par 50 kll, for h"ra? ufe. according to quality Tba only Import was 44-2 bag* from Bttavia Stock on hand 1000 tl?-roea Ci'olina Tahow-Oaing to the large amount of Import. end the lurtb-r ?unplleo i xpected, and also to the ui iiivornbl? nature of the advice from London, pricea of Ru> In. hHv? t-XD?rienced a rather considerable de. cl na Th? folnwlog were the sal a effroted, *I?: 100 C4*t<? In Ir.oo h*. tiSf bO down to 6 41 40; and 4H0 caaka to i.t ire, at fi7' Jiwu to 64f. A lot of ai bbla New Orleana *?* t?fci'n at 04r i-T 60 kil. duty paid. We have rac?lv<-d 19,is r-uakM from tit P'-ter^urgb and 31 casks '< it Orl-H>is VV'halehi n??This artlole baa been withon Inquiry, hut we nevertheless still quote pricea of fj"u')i.-ru fishery at 30 to 2f 32X, and north-western a )!' .7^ t> Uf .10 per half kll, do Prloes of the former iu<y. however. becontidered nominal No auppllea have arrn i ll Stork on hand 1*20 tons agal net 1(19 tone laat yeer Wh?'it and Flour?Our stock being nearly exhausted, tin- tr;i'if?ctlona are hardly deserving of notice The a*lt-< to record in foreign wheat are 1400 heotolltr> - ri'i?p:4 at 4a< per m^k of 200 kll. and 3000 bag! New Organs ui jo to 53 We quote American wheat at ?>0 to j) par MOk. according to quality The average price of ho:ne growth at the lastMontivllliera market was 6if per *a..b of uOn kll, being our previous quotations American (1 ,ur b?a been without Inquiry. We quota It at 32f t n 36 i*r bbl in bond Tba Louis Philippe, from Naw Y k i'aprris 3H2 bigs wheat and outs. Stock on hand 30')0 b It flour and 4MJ0 hectolitres wheat. Wooda?The f -nuM lUium continues to prevail in tb? demand that WI: l Oilncl. nrle-a are looking down We q ' >' r. i ,p-acby logwood. Spanish cut. at Of 35 to 9 SO Lt 60 a'.i. i!u:> Some supplies were received from IIio H-che. St. Domingo, our colonies, bo. Id t: . r sriiclea. we bare received from the United SUk* 233 h.irroli r<, 65 ca/>ki and 850 bag* quercitron bark, 110) blidi tobacco, and 7S bag* beeswax Hat nr., October 39 - Sale* In ootton amount to li(0 hilia, t:i : 4SS bales Loulalaua. at so t* 37f. 173 bal'a Mobile at 93 to 8Cf 60c, and 681 bales Georgia at 77 to (Of W* bam received (luriri; ihe lea* eight day?, 4400 bale* from New York, nit lt>74 bhlm from New Orleans n ew Orleans from 74 fn 1 ior Motulf 74 to 1 lOf. Oojgla 74 to HOf, Virginia and tm' PMfd 7i to i lOf ?40 bun* Ilnytl coffee at 89f in bond. 'I b?r?t have been very few autre of tallow; the prices ri wiilu ut 61 to 74f?"-'ugar baa been in little Uenj&'iri, acd the prices are feebly maintained We have reditu. 8J9 hhde, tjfli baga and 29 ?j's mgar from Point a Piira. Amitkhdam. Oct 33?Cotttn Is quite neglected Priced are nominHl. and stocks r> lualu loalgnlfloant Value of M' bile atd New OrleanaatSI to 3io torordinary to mlddl) i.g. and 36 to 39c for tair to fully fair. The value of r > ? li4< dt olloed since our laat report Several parcels tr iH'OUm mid ut 10 to 1711 Java ll)tf to 14fl. Bengal 10 t < Ifl 100 hhde iVUryland tob?coo were dune at 33 to 33c 170 Mids Virginia at 10W to 34o. and 100 aeronsCuba at 45 to Ujc p-r half-kil Out. 311 - Cotton is wjtboutaoy bus Tobacco?We have to mention'he following al?a- 40 bbds MmyUnl at 33^0. about 1200 ta'es Java !>* private connect. also 1160 bales Java at 46o. and 1 duo Hit. r at 8-X15 At the pbblic rale on the 30th inat.. 40ii bnle# w re offered. of wbiob 330 balee found buyers at l(i>? to S3 j. wblie ibe remainder waa bouuht in. Oila ? Southern whale la well maintained, and about 'J300 htutollt'ia aold at price* k?pt aecret. ! Aniwear Oct 80-Ccfftie?The demand continues ?iy liniV. (1, and ?? have only htard of the aale of 1.600 biira St.. L) iniogo at 334 to 21)io per half kilo. Cotton h 'lull i f s?le, and we have no transactions) to notice. Ilice Purchase# are made only to aupply immediate wu.ta. We quote Carolina 13fcll to 15^B, and Java at 7X8 to 9>?tt per 6o kiloa. liAMDtiioii. Oct ii9? Cotton?Prloes eontinue nominal. mid there are uo buyers. Tobacco? Sales of this Y\ut r? lmr.r.i'lnntf tfiaav nnmnrlui O iAfl uurnna 8', Dr miogo "t. !>?< to 7s , 8 30u pank?gen Porto Rtoo at 4 s. to 4%? ; -130 Uuskets Vsriuai at b* tj 7>f? ; 100 hhda X-m uchv at Stock It ' try ranch rruuoed Price* are Tcry tirm. and iu pome instances higher. Hid-s are in limited d?n:ind. 1,301) Buenoa Ayres wer* taken at lloi Tr.iiD.iM Oct 21?Thin day wire Bold S3 oaska of Mury'aud and 30 chs>.s of Virginia tobacco, at uukoown prints Yesterday were n Id 4*'2 cask* Maryland and IS c?nt<? Viiginla lit pricea which have not trauepired The * il-B are limited to 200 catk* Carolina at 17c. No titioaacliona are reported In cotfee, itugar, or cotton. State of Trade. Ma^chcstkr. Nov 'J ?More inquiry has been experienced yesterday and thi* morning, and orders bare b e>i more freely given out but at ruinous prices The tr?nmri iocs wre generally moderate in extent, and prlnclpally Tot 'mint diate want*. In aome case* heavy sacrifices liavit b?en aubmltted to both in cloth and yarn, by paitlws under the n?oeraity of realising. Varna have b?en sold v catena? at pricea fully at lew as any that bav? b-i-n token for year* past The G'-rinan houses are action with great caution,and ran scajxely be tempt tri to op?nite Ht present by any inducem* ntaa regard" price. Luig rrdvra are understood to I e held by many b'-uaei". but ill y oiiuuot be expectid to tie given out until a more favorable aspecto> commercial afMra presents itc-ir. 'I'll); country bouses are doing a fair trade in the us rli uUnrul c? vnti- a but very little in Lancnshire and Yorkshire We have to announce the stoppage ol Mf#ra Coateg. Ililfarrt & Co, Americau m>rch*i>U. 24 B ), cawed. it la stated, by a disappointment in r.-m' 'tiincea Their liabilities are said not to be large ? nianrk>ii?r F.x? 7/iiii- r Kochuauk, Nov. 1 ? We have bid a numerous attpndvice i.f in.Ui manufacturers and buyers, but Inooaaequ?n<:e. of the late failure* in the ooi Ion trade, and the tfuroity ot if?dy nKuey. manufacturers were onugea to ?i 11 at inwt r price* tb*n ou this nay week The panic :i <-e cotton trade bas thrown * damp on the Hoebiiii (i ii.. ' ni^ k. t foreign wool was dull of ssle, and ?! erably l'iwer in prices than our lust, and manufacturers |.nruh*iied sparingly Brokes and skins were fl .t hi > redu-tlon of prices Such ia tbu scarcity of money ih it i'ii SiLiOTdny Urt severs! persons who vislttd Rnchd.le newnnrkut with stalls did not draw hinmob uouiy as would pay the market company for tell !l*i irix. Oct 30? Pieces: We have no change to report In be state of our market to-d?7 Very lit t lu btialcens is doin.j and nmr-i mills are ruunlng short time ~ Y .rns cotilitiue veiy depressed. In wools u very smu'l siv u ? ul burners Imc taken place, lu cons?'{ueno? ol tl: mil. going rbi-rttime. Ukai Piimij. Nov. I - In the piece market veiy little w. a ai d s'ocks still keep low, which shows bow cautious . tie manufacturer* are In general goods which ar? *ar^ i o musi. be ordered, so thst the prices of Iancy an well ex i good< ar? not so lew as one might expect n -ch depressed times. There Is no improvement to be . to-day Lo&lish combing wools, though tolerably "i hi. nr.. to seldom intuited tor that they may he buugnt ii'Mi.deea-ier There is not much in the market, and iii'? *nl account for prices having been so well maintain*'' tinooghout Kine colonial. suitable for combing, li t . ii .t dt-i'lioed much : but i loihing sorts, and lower ' qualifies of both, lire almost unsaleable at soy price, hu< ii in Miu great dearth of ready money Varna can e>-t v tv I,- u^bt. at old pric-s, but they are so ruinously inw (?od tin- U^ui.<nd. it any thing, being on the do cte%:>) ibat the .inly course open for tlie spinners Is to still iuritur limit the amount of their productions ; and wi are glad to sea that a good mauy are continuing to Carry in in out Lmiib, Nov 2 ? Tliero w ? a thin attendance ofmer eb ?cta ai the cloth hall this inorblng. and the business tran? ..cted oat ot an extremely ligh character. The Bit-sin I e halls liaveof 1 tt? bcoome more limited, the nier l.iiais ha?ing. owing to the recent prersure in the m -ii- y market, eaeroleed great caution in the selection of stock A f-w lots ol flnegoods, comprising rifle-greens, wool bl inks. 8i?., were disposed of to-day, as well a? a good illiim>ut of shawls, plaids, be. suitable for the ccininriiH market. ili cxuo<owixc. Nov 1 ? The attendance of mtrcbauts at, 'h- blanket hall thin alternoon was thin, and the business tiau motion* were not vtry numerous, altb"'it>h trade generally ws* considered buoyant. I'rioes remained mu :h xs Hi- y bare been < f late. ?>; ju'ei'im of foul Fluy ? Olfl-er Willi*, of the 3J district po<"r t ?-t u, M>Kidat, ? linn bv the nime ot Hemnrd vjul ii., on mi >t''C>oa of h?vm| used surne foul ineaue towards n n r?5n b\ th n me of 'J hunias .vicKnefl, from rhe fart of Me i-? u l?ein abient from his fetncr's linear withwhm he n n tied, * nee Thurjdiy Imi. .Vluilin .mi Met wen were ?e-ii i g> tlirr r a d-n ce house, loc.ted in ISth urttt, near th? tsta m ii r ?h're,-bunt2 oVhck in the morning, they It ft h dsi i ? bmli * gether, m d m nboUt an hour afterward* Mul.1 return* d In the lio"'e, but .Viet.wen In* been m sair.g erer * lire ? d tiro f tntpinoi't ere entertained that ? me l. |l i l |..m hem peri ?tra ed, partiettl ily iu MeKwen wat known toll b hi hi t pers.ii mmi HO. Any infirmuinn rrspecii ne v\li?r- !> nta iflVleKweu, cnnmnu.e. trd to Justice U? ion- hi will fa. her theenos oljn-uce. Justice Ketcham <li i m i .' uHin 11 ii ih? .rit'Tufu ther invrstifrat*<J. oj a HhopUfitr ? Offl-er Mnlm.ey, of the ad ward i ii ' in*?i'd uu fit arday evening h tellow called Jatnet t oi ie. on a i live* of stealing a sold Ii grr rr n mi nh SI. I"In ;nalutV)r. L cknood j-nelei-, cnne." of Pen) aud Hul tog ll tCl Ji *rpt;<r? ill t 'h? accused rnteied the?bove ito>e li'.te thft (r ' c if |.ui(h.n. f i. lii'l, *iid,*atcliniic. ?n op p ' --a ti , tnu'eheJ the in g 'mi ran oil ; but ? * | uis ed and t k. ni i. i t dy. On ' aiehwi! his parson the othcer found a . r ! - liain I ur an *i| jjuld lockets, aqil mindl pi.iid si. ?l, f r i" io'nnni*n<*r ii wanted Apply to Justice u?b e ?' ihe Inne ii?'ko Caught on Ihe Lifi Oificei t McGu;re and Murphy, of tile i i. wnii. i.i ie>t?d ni Saiii dav nigh! twownm?n ctlled Ii L'e luiy "Od \1* ? O'tSnen. *hi wne dtected in " 1 I i n " i i tei'e i f ma lin containing 46 yards from the nn i II ii I Hi I. , e< tiV a'hirke street. Ju.ti e O.b irne locken III bo h np I ' dial, fall- Prt'rncn ?f'fli er Slav*, of the UtS waM, arretted y?, d y i nun ailed i i11 Win e, o i a chvge of ohtsinii u a i i >1 i: H-sr e< f nm ^ r. Jnh i <' J"n*?, if N?. iK O and at., a r?te'v e i.f Imv ug 'ten sent by a .VIi. Law.euce. which P iii iriiiH *1it;am of obtain i g a ? ateh worth Slu fr in 'i s P..tmi e i. No *i i i?w ?feet u ider p eience ol h ring I*- i ii'hi I er hu-bii il whnh ?t' rvr was likewise f.lse ? 1 i ^ : t. w ve ed ? ihe iwvrn shop whe^e ii hid I e-n ! )i J iy t'i ?ccj-rd Jul ice fc?:cham iockrd h m np fur |M*I .^ith( ? ? Su piclon ? Ofl ers Pe i.ltrril e and IfiaK.ol 1'.. i . i. - it in ni S lurilay inghr, Jaines__McG.ivtrn B II \HO Vf in hi*>lc .ViC< U', a J Th >w ia rtui'on. nnn ch. - - of xi'tdii" ii ti> 10' H'ury Van usd'la of SIS' whi1'- i> r r home in **'asliiugton ttraet. Detained by Ju vi i*'?bT * fee ea *rv*iuation >/ tli'iK u I loak?Offi -er O. dan, o' the 1' th ?* d, #-i*. ik] c t 'I i ? iimii mlied Jo.e li (-I rk. on a chaija f :c c ) k ?>lne1 at $J, ?ba property nf Leonard B. 1' I.. r I" .c- K'?lrt.?m '(iliad h m up for trial. wfrrtt'i d on a B*nc\ Warrant ? On rtatD'd 7 afternoon Cl-v ; in Uu d * 'i ?.dwa d < o' a. arraa ed on ba*eb w?r - ! in J by ba Court of Pe>?ion?, nn an md ct i ant c'i* *i g 'hem -iin luting ob.mued iha aicnatw* "I J?mea 8. ' Ii<ne i.i e??? lo a deed Inr cccalo land in I exaa. by I,}' it ndula t r-i e??itit>oiia Thay we e e ich held to b ) : i rl e sain of S'"10. t anawer in Mi* Court of Seaaiona. IstM.i iof.sck fko.m Sr. John ?We hiivi? recriveflth Pt. John jVetea of W^dn^sdity lift. I'll* f''ll"<? ' g ?t i th? otily t>rrn of Interact. : ? ]. i r V.'y ml harr^wi'g to wltnva* th? awarmao' r eh- ii h. i i.-a who are g iintf abiut our atracta, arid b ? ? ry hru-f, with their plaintive peMtiona ? W > .i'o and onlldroo ara fo ba H?an in thla fr^aty *ri. th r wilhnu' ibo-a fir?toeltln??. ami wl h a<-?reely noTi'r| i.ii th?*ir hark* On# day Wat w??k. w* hmi the cu i v. it putloaitf It may ba oallod. to eount th? nutnrith ?<ii< *ho enterrd our atora la on? day, n,d th-y amounted to fnrtT-'hre# I ?i Piinrta K iwinl Inland Kr*minrr haa th* followI i Tin1 piiblir nawa from Krg'itnd talla ua that Sir Ii,,,.' II, Baronet, of Dutia'alToa^a coualn ot I,.! 1' ' d?ivi t,,) r-il?ya nit Henry Vm j[n ? i <ru i"ti if tln? Ulan 1. . . rif i' ii (ii mp. ?r>.| th?? pnrM ! fal'itra f>( til I' rj lull h', Im MihM iwlMMtl* llllni ? "loDiU NawfrundWnd, purtlouiarly at Uiv outp?rti i NEW YORK HERALD. New York, Kitndtjr, Soremlwr #9, 1847, To <or> Mpondinti, No notice can it taken of anonymous communications j n haiever is intended for Mlortion must be authenticate i ! ly 'he name and address oj thswri'ar ; not necessarily for \ publication. but as a guaranty of hit food faith We cinnot undertake to rsturnrrjsctsd communications I :mr.?, . i r AITdlra to England and Uurspt We continue the interesting and irnpor tant de: tails of the foreign news which was brought to Boston on Saturday last, by the Acadia steamer. The first impression produced by this intelligence is strengthened by perusing the coatents of the English >ind foreign journals. The crisis through which Kngland is passing, is one of the most important which has taken place in her history. Commencing by a deficiency in the crops, it has passed through a famine?then a revulsion in I the money market?md is now in the first 1 stages ot a political and social disturbance that ! muy produce some dreadful calamity to that <?nnntrv k*? fr? r?* if will />aqja TUa t ahviUIa has been developed that England is poor, or, in other word*,that the agricultural and manufacturing productions of England combined,are unequal to feed the population in their present social condition. The government has stepped in and suspended the law requiring the Bank of England j to adhere to certain conditions of the currency. | This act is generally approved of by the specu1 lating int?ret>ts, and some portion.of the pres?; but those who understand such matters look upon it as merely the first step in the downward tendency of that country, leading to ultimate suspension?a paper currency?repudiation of debts, and the breaking up of all financial and political principles. In (act, there is every appearance that England has now entered upon the first stage of changes similar to those which brought about the French revolution. The meeting of Parliament before the usual time, is only a'broad fact, indicating the present condition of affairs. Such 13 the view of affairs in England taken by one of the leading journals of that country, the iimes?a journal wrucn is compeieni to give sound opinions on matters of trade, however false and obnoxious its articles may be on American u flairs. The fact is, the great credit and confidence which have heretofore been considered by the whole commercial world to exist in England, and particularly in London, are now about passing away forever. The centre of the commercial world is changing its permanent r?* sidence. Even the large exchange houses having branches in both England and the United States, are rendered powerless and imbecile in the present state of affairs. Bills on London and open credits on that country, seem to be entirely useless and unproductive. Yet, according to the general movements, the extraordinary revulsion may be changed, so far as regards its effects on this country, if our merchants and foreign importers know how to avail themselves of the present crisis in the commercial world. Ary attempt, in any quarter, to give encouragement to fresh issues of paper cut rency, n vuiu wv uijuiivun it/ ilIC IUIUIO IIIU vCillCUlO UI trade conuected with the United States. The errors committed by Qngland?the utter rottenness of the large houses, as developed in their sehedulet?the probable rottenness ol all the larse houses yet in existence in that country?ought to be a warning to the commercial interests of the United States, in the ftperations of trade. We possess, beyond any other country, the natural elements of wealth. Ia breadstuff*, cotton, and very soon in the article of specie, by the possession of Mexico, we will have almost a monopoly of every element of wealth aud prosperity. To organize those elements may be a matter of some difficulty; but the very derangement of affairs in England, and other parts of the old world, ought to furnish us with lessons never to be forgotten, and always to be remembered. American Newspapers in Mexico ?The London press, in its strictures on the war with Mexico, is right in one respect?that the mode in which it is prosecuted, is anomalous. It is so, ?nd we may add, very different from the mode pursued by the English in all their wars. After every defeat the Mexicans sustain, we administer to them a dose of civilization. After our troops cut them up with rifle balls and bayonets, they stup out of the ranks, take up the "stick" and pursue the retreating lesrions with the great civilizer of mankind?the Press After a discharge of shot and shells, they receive a discharge of newspapers; and while disabled by their wounds, they leisurely read the news of the dny, prepared for them by their conquerors. , Such is u characteristic of the war with Mexico, which, in this respect, at least, is anomalous. There are in the United States from ten to fifteen thousand persons connected with the press, comprising editors, reporters, printers, pressmen, and devils. As a class, they arc unquestionably the best educated, imst talented, most energetic, the most original, the most patriotic part of our population. Of this number, probably a thousand or fifteen hundred joined the invading army, and assisted materially in achieving the splendid victories that have astonished ourselves and the world. From the'moment they entered .Mexico, till the present time, they have fought and printed as they went along. At every halting place and every town they captured ,they started a newspaper, and at the present moment there are nearly a dozen Auglo-American new.-mnners printed mid ? i rr- ? I?t#*rl in iK?? enemy's country. Th^se journals, though small in size, ure well gotup, and display considerable talent and ability. They cannot fail in working a j/reat change in th"* minds of the people; and in th<; event of its becoming necessary to permanently occupy the whole of Mexico, will exercise en important influence in the preservation of order and quiet. The press is altogether a new element in the prosecution of war, and the troops of Amcrica have the honor of being the first to introduce it. Thus far, its effect lias been good, and wc have no doubt it hat) aided much in producing the pr sent contentedness to submit to American rule, which is appirent among the masses of the Mexican people. Ut-TSAtSMS?At a meeting held in some one of the districts of South Carolina, it was re. commended to the members of Congress, of tha' region to vacate their stats in Congress and re..... C U1,,.,.M ..... <1 I I- - .L. tuc 11 is in t?noimigiuii, oiiuuiu any Uiilig line HIT | VVilmot proviso piss the House of Representatives and become a law, regulating th# new territories taken from Mexico. This is a proposition to dissolve the Union and destroy the government. It springs from a similar condition of mind and feeling, in an ofpohite direction, which has caused many nntislavery meetings at the North to pass resolutions favorable to the dissolution of the Union, ii slavery should not be abolished within a certain liine. Wij put the ultraists of the North and of the South together, upon the asm* footing?we stuff them in the same box?w* cram tnem in the ?ame b^g, and toss th?*m before the world as the utt't and impracticable absurdities of the d?y. Tim ExrboKAftoN or the Drad Ska?We are requested, by the writer of the lett?*r on the survey and exploration of the Dead Sea, publish, ed on Saturday, to say, that he mennt not, in one of his sentences, to violate the lawa of nature, bv supp iring n. communication between seas of dill-rent level*., The rind id reader will hive : attributed the *-rror to its proper cause?haste, j Willi its consequent inadvertence I 1 ?ru n - - - i Beautws op Pott Opfjck Manaqijcknt?We j have procured another batch of beauties of the system established under the magnificent geuiua | of Cave Johnson, in regulating hi* foreign mails. The following is a sample : ? roiracti or NawtraraRi. Tn Canada, prepaid 1 oent. To Karope by tb? Washington and New York line of uti nmerr 8 cent* By the Biliinh steamers from Button, sometime 3 cent*. By the British *team?r* from Boston, sometint*. 1)4 onot. By tbn French steamer* from New York .... 1 oent luliiud piptaiie to New Brunswlok and Nova Sootia. to the lines m oent From New York oity to Bro klyn 3 cent* What an absurdity in all this ! Cave Johnson ha a isHUrd hi* manifesto upon this subject, remitting soni*1 of these postages andexplainiog others Why did not the Post Master General provide for these things before the commencement of the steamers I Why did he not send out an Hgent, and make arrangements, some time ago, instead of throwing the commercial woHd into confusion by hir* delays and his inattention to his business! Theatrical tuu! ftualcaU Pa*b Theatre -To-night Mr. Collins, thecelebrated Irish comediau and rooallst, and Mr. P Isolde, long and favorablr known here. are both to aooear cn the boards ; of the Park Theatre. Such attraction cannot tall to | fill the houM, If * tittU of the admiration heretofore ex- i pressed for these exoellent aotors' performances remain Tha pl?y selected for the occasion are, tho " Nervous Man." In which Mr. Colllna plays MoShana, and Flaclda parforma the part of Aspen. In thlf play Mr. Collins will sing " The Sprig of ShtUelah and Shamrock ao Oreen " Thla over, " Tha comedietta of Teddy the Tiler," will be performed. Mr. Colllna In tha character of Teddy Malowney, the tiler, will alng " The low backed Car'' and " Tha Widow Maoree," in whloh last be will glre a number of additional venea. Tho entertalomenta of the evening will conclude with tha drama of " Grandfather Whitehead," in which Mr. Flacide appears as tha venerable character of that name. There Is certainly no fault to be found with the bill, and there ought to be no cause f >r the treasurer to complain when he counts his receipts fur to-night. Bowcrt Theatre ?Tho tragedy of 'Douglas, or the Noble bhrpherd," which has be?n in preparation here for some time pact, will be performed at the Bowery this evening ; Mrs. Shaw, Mr. Marshall, Mr. Clarke, Mrs. Madison, be , are all oast in it, and we expact to see it performed in a manner oreditable to the reputation of all these artists, aa well aa to that of the theatre. ' The Jacobite" and " Oliver Twist" will be added. Chatham Theatric ?" Magna Charts, or tha Birthright of Freedom," with new toenery, ooetumea, &o , will be produced here this evening, and we oan safely say, in In advance, tliat it will be performed to aa large a house an we have feen this reason. The "Adopted Child" will oh poriormeu aiisiwarim. i n? umnsgrr uricrTm uu praise for hi* enterprise and liberality iu producing this new piece. Ciacvs.?Bowcar Amfhithiatri ? Kemp, the Clown takes hi* benellt to-night. All the circus goers know, him, and his triokt,bis o%vortlngson the barrel*, and balancing of himself in all klad of unheard of and out of the way position*. Bj the verses on his bill this evening it seems be is fcmewhat of a poet witbal, and in various oouplets ht^ets forth the numerous and manifold species of entertainments ha purposes Hiving We bava no doubt they will all bn ai tunny end amusing as he states. 1 f my one doubt it let bim go and see with ' his own eyas, and thus swell the cumber of vl?lters which Kemp la bound to have to-night, to see all the good things be seta forth. CHattTr'* Mishtkk ?To-night commences another week of these delightful mlostrels. Music I*, now a days, all the go ; every body runs after it; among high and low. rich and poor, musloal and non-musioal, singing is *11 the rage. The proof of the goodness of a pudding is the eating of it; and, reasoning by analogy, the goodness of a baud of minstrels Is shown by the patronnee thev receive. The truth Is. when *ucn beautifully exemte-1 pleoes as "Happy are we," Lovely jailer gal," ''Carry me baek to Old Virginia," " Dearest Mae," and their numerous other soegs, loriu the staple nod ordinary Tun of their performance*, it ia no wonder they are populir. To bear any one of these piece-, ia worth the trifle charged for admittance. Thoae who vl<it thmi, therefore, cleajly are gainers by the transaction. Saule HtRMoxiiTt ?These philosophers are successful in pleasing their audiences ; in f*ot, every evening they have their saloon quite full. They are an uncom promising band of jokurs, and when the ailghtest symp. torn of a joke is perpetrated by anyone of them, it is pretty tnoreughly riddled by the rest before they let go of it. One thing that adds mush to their fun is the perfectly impromtu manner in which it apparently goes on That nolo en the banjo, and the duets, overtures, lectures, &c , are all very laughable, and not otjly tli?t, b|it *urpriein|jly executed. Misi Bramsor'i concert on Wednesday evening next will be quite a feature in the week's amusements. She is a very estimable youn; lady, and has quite an attraolive programme. Having suoh a good connexion in this city as a teacher, we have no doubt all her friends will bs around her on Wednesday evening .Modsl Artists ?These very interesting performers give another of tbeir obarrircg entertainments this evening. The Ureek Slave is nightly enoored. It is a beautiful piece, as it the Lute Player. Venus attired by i the (traces, the Infant Hercules, and many other groups, slxteeu in all. will be presented this evening Bkdoiin Arab*.?The real Redouina of the desert, j ?lx in nuaiW, who made ao great a senxation aonie time I ago by their wonderful feata, ar? to appear at the Bow- 1 *ry Circuit on Thanksgiving day. The IUuskr IUmilt give another concert to-morrow i evening, at the Tabernacle?they are highly attract,ire j City liitclUlgencc. Thk Wr.4THKii ? Yr?ierday w ? a remarkably fine aort of day, lor thia ?eaaou oi the year. The ilprmormtcr ?toodatl2 , o'cljck, M , in WhII (treat, at 511 degree*. vlovicMr.nn ? (ieu. ( *? i?nt Howard1* Hotel; liuu Alpliea* Kitch i.< there alio. Member* of Congresi are now on tlie win*. Fire ? About 2 o'clock yatterday, the carpet *tore i f Mr. j Ueujauiiu I y ue*, No. 44 i Pe i> I >tree(, m a* duciivered tu lie on { tire, and before the llun-s coulil be ex'inxuiahrd (be ttoclt and lixt'tre* were inui It damnge'l; the extent of which ould not ne correctly njcertaintd The tire originated under t flight of ii'xir* MMMS from the front a'ore to th* necoud atory li ck khow room*. ??d ix aupposed t > have br*o the work of an incendiary Theaw i. Kl'o't*. reaching to the top of toe aeeond I ?tory, conaiilrrably ini|*ded the ti einen in the extiuguith- { meut of ihe tlam**, n* it wna found imp ,*Mble to gat I "titer* .> ueir the building until they were cut away, Common Council.? Both Board* m?at .>g*iu thia evening In the tfoud oi Aldermen, the proposed arxnt of Uud to ihe Deal und> Dumb Aayluw wilt |>rtbab!y foim the principal xnbjeet of Inicuaiioii. Katai. Accident ?Coroner Walter* w.i* called yexterdav to Itold an iuijue*t at (lie City Hoapital, ou (he body ol .Samuel 1 Orr, u native of IreUrd, ?aed 3J year* who, while engagrd iu inking di.wn a * :?flTolJ from the churl h, a portion oi ir gave | w?y; in con?eqnence the decmied feil a di* nuce of wo in tmitv-live to loity leet; auu w?i so severely injured tnereny that he died in shout five hours afcrr the accident. Verdict accordingly. Tiik hf.iui.tor l/vtkmfcliince?The Coroner wis called to hold nn 111 |U'St alio upou the hodv ol William Clark, aged bout Iwentyloui years, who hn? be>n very intemperate fir ?otn? nine past, n<t?l on iSatnrdav evening lait wai f.uud in | ilif cellar of praroiies >o. Hherilf itrret, in an inieusible statu, was coiiveied to ward it ition house, w here inc. do-nl aid waa procured, but he survived onlya few hours. { Verdict," Death by intemperauce and exposure." Brooklyn Intelligence. I'nidrNctsr-Oo Sunday, the fith of ffap'ember la?t | two women on g?ing to the home of Tliornii Farren. Iiviuk i : the vicinity of r urman street aud Hill's Alley. cau?ht him in the act ol haviug criminal connection wiih hiaowndauKh. ter.a Ane girl only 1) t??ra old The two leimles who diico. vtred h<m in the commission of this beinnns offence, it once proceeded to (iva in'onnation to the police authorities ; but before the officers a rived at Farreu* domicile, he absconded, and eluded the vigilmca of the police outd Saturday, when officer I'a'ker succeeded in tracing him ta Governor's J?J and, ?ud there rsceitaiued that the Ivgitite aulist'd. and was to have sailed to-day for Veia Cruz Wh-t diipjsit'ou Kerrey hid made of his dinghttr, we ha\e not yet be?n able to learn Naval. The Naval Court of Knqulry concluded the cane of I the Weter WileU yesterday The c.a#n of th" Rarltan ( will be liiTMtigatvd to-d*r ? Ifarftllc Bracon, Xov. If) Tbe following is a list of tbe tfflcers attiaohed to the U 8 Const Survey rehoon?r Korward, which Bailed on Saturday, for Mobile C P Patterson, Lieut ( omd'g ; ! O W Grant, Lieutenant , C W Aby, Acting Master ; j Silts Ilolmir Pulled Assistant Surgutu; C I errett, I , rvbBeu vilUBUipiJiviij i uruwun, ? i^iihiu b tioit. Diamond Pointed Oold Fein _B. R. Wat- 1 sou 4i o , 41 WiUiam mt?', one don'I el <w Wall aircet mil I J. ?.8ivge, 9'Fill "n atr'e rn inufic'n'era and whol ai|e ?ad n t*il dealers in (i ?lc! Pena Ool I I'en and Pencil ' ases, j Ike itc., have carry "f Oold Pcrs. which thty off" it J pric-a lojrer'bau viy oiherh'oa* ia lh* city. 'i'heir Hit lie | lieu" Pen i< the only artie1* ol th? kind ihit |? warranted, and which standi pre ici'Mm for iti great dnrab li'y aud anpenor finish. having inva-iably prori d ueelf ihe beat and heapeat I t>en in tho world. P tea only ti Other (Joid Pena ar $1, $1 i 21an0tl 50. O )M Pena careluily repairee 1 <iirtlca' Rltiilc Glanv?TbH Dajr, (Holiday,) | Nrrrmlier t)d at o'clock P M t<<e subscriber will fwm. "t hia Mm tMl .Academy, 413 Brosdna* a flats for ladiea ill tlit primary atndiM of < naic and Singing at light. His admirably nocrra-fill r rw system of aualytical instruction will l>e ad'pled in tl is claaa. Terina $5 lor 21 'eiaina- The el is* will b unite ael'Ct and free frum tha d"ng teable aasociationa nttendant up n claa-.ea whaie liulu or Nothing n paid for tuition. Kirst laiaon free. | We nndaiiland that, the proprietor* of the tsan- Newton hara aent a go'geona aet of f lewi nf ihe c.ihi< . iloona, hndal cham-era, lie , of that magnificent biat to Q ic?'i Victoria, *a a specimen <>f ihe beauty and a'ehitec'u>e "i ' ur steamrri. '1 he pictfrra weie taken by ihs celebrvad Philip Morand. ( At the Goodyear Rubber WgrehouM, 100 Broadway, miy li? fonnd. not only the rnoar et^WUe ra'ietr of ratent India Robber fabrics, but in particular. Or?r Hhoea. enmbinu g all the recent improvements in the in'niifactnre of ilus iirtiele. with the cheapest market prire. Those of our /tie il i who h'.ye pnrch neH their n\ er shoes > t fhla ea'aklish# ""V,' ~ 'Uha estoaisled at the improvement ill them ami < an ! | wall afford to throw away their old ones a?d gat'b ?e of ill# | prMMtatyU TIm Hlchellcu DUaond Pointed Gold Ftiu are beyouddiapate anperior to aay other gold pen nnw avle T'i?v (re the only pa us that ere uuaranteed to (it* perfect satiilvtiw. u iitry pen i* warranted; and if the point ton's off. or t prove) npon a fair trial, ill tlie lean defective. it Cf.n be rem rued. I re Kielielieti pe -a are $2 only, and are anld eiclusively bv B E. Walxm litJo, 45 William street, uid J Y. Baric* 91 IVton at Gold pena o' every style-u J quality, end Uuld feu and Pencil l-a?ea. in (treat variety, at the lowrstprires (Jold pens at 11, tl tt, and lilt, with ailver pencil*. (iold peua repaired Hialr cutting mid trtinmliig whlikei? .Only tli rife of > Miuistrr of the U-'SMl et.le<ing the lulpit to drluer his Se mm, hia uppearauce every w?y befltt'uit the occ?>ion eiceut ih* H<ir, nod tin in the mist aipioted row.iv snap-lock stile; or a gentleuua ait iu< hinself in a lady's pvlor. his whikers m rtgu'ar horae jockey or black-lex fashion ! Yet at'uige to aiy, auch things occur, and all through ike infspt'Knee ef <-periter? Well, if you would ?Toid the like, patrouiie HILL, the inimitable Hair Cot'er. No. 13 Ma?a<u meet. Ha aloae atudiea the features and proportions of the eutire persou Children's Claa?_% CImi for Children of b'lth <eiea will be fuim-d on Wedueadiy, November 24'h, at o'cloca. first losaon free. J WAKNKH, ?i rauslator of Wcbei'a Theory ol' Muaical Composition, etc mo IKY MAHKKT. Nandny, Nov. !ILjS P. 91. The Acadia brings eleven day* later Intelligence from Europe, and the newi ha* been pretty generally digested Private letters cam* to band this morning and the ao. oounts they give of the stale of things In England, are muoli more favorable than thoee received by the Caledonia. The list of failures received by this arrival, dots not lnolude any very extensive houses, and none connected with this country in auoh a way as to oreate any apprehension. It will be peroelved that the failures re ported are not confined to London or Liverpool, but have be*n pretty well distributed over the Continent. The suspensions la Leghorn have been the reiult of specula. tlons In oorn, at about the oloee of the eeaaon. The merchant* of that place ctme into the movement at the lateet hour.and the fall in prioeB has weighed them down. The failures now taking ylaoe are those connected with houses whioh suspended early In the season, and they must continue, until It uses up all who have been affected in any way with the speculations of the day, and have become so extended aa to be out of their depth In panlo times. When we look at the entire list of suspensions which have been reported since the eommeneement of the revulsion, and see what* small matter it Is, compared with the aggregate number of houses engaged In oommeroial pursuits, there is much lass cause for alarm than is generally anticipated. The whole amount of capital involved in the suspensions, is not equal to two per eent of the aggregate amount employed in trade, and the actuai effaot upon oommeroial movements is extremely small. The trade of the world has not been arrested; it has only been transferred. The business of a suspended house fella into other bands, andgoes on in the same oourse.? The only real effect these fallurei have is upon publio credit, upon confidence, upon flotltloua capital; and therefore upon the position of those houaea which have no long depended upon the credit they have established It la the fact that oredlts hare alone been the only capital many houses, supposed to be really rich, possessed to carry on their immense operations, which has Increased the foroe and extent of the revulsion, and drawn those who have, with moderate capitals, united themselves with those having none at all, Into the same whirlpool. We expect a continuation of these failures, and shall, without doubt, receive by every arrival long lists, similar to those given by this steamer; but they have btoome so general and ao common, that very little alarm lafolton this side, relative to any serious losses in this way. The only thing we have to fear is the depredation lu prloes for our important staple productions. We shall suffer some In this way?we may enffer seriously. Our crops are so large, and the consumption of some of them in Oreat Britain ao great, tha1 we muat feel the ei'ectof the revulaion, indirectly,through prlcea. We sen by the advlcea just receive!,that cotton had fallen about one oent per pound. Thla not only affeeta the value of the atoolc la Great Britain and Europe generally, but the entire supply in the United States. It reduces the valae of the whole orop which we estimate at 049 000,000 pounda, about >9 450,000, This n?y be considered the loss by the decline reported1 and it Is by an means a trifling sum. The loss of thi, amount, direct, by the suspensions,would tante been more easily borne if the value of our ootton had remained firm, as we could have made up our loss; but af it la, there Is no remedy. We are, in fact, so inucb poorer There is, however, a probability ot the aggregate value of bur exports being largely increased by the advance in breadstuffs, to an extent far beyond tha depreciation in ootton. Upon the same principle that the fall in prices upon our surplus of catton reduces the value of the whole crop, the advance in breadstuffs increases the value of the whole orop. An advance of two shillings ou a barrel of flour would in' crease the vulue of our wheat crop ten millions of dollars and an advanoe of three shillings on a quarter of Indlna corn would lnorease the value of the crop fifty millions of dollars, provided they were as large tbls year as last An advance in breadstuffs is, therefore, of more impor. t ance and more advantage to the United States, and will offset a very heavy depredation in ootton. High prices for bieadstuffs in this country havejust a contrary effect to that iu Great Britain. It stimulates the consumption of cotton and increases the productiveness of our manufactures The class of sgrlculturalists in this Union is so much larger than all the others pot together, that whatever benefit* them has a corresponding influence upon ill other interest*, and the prosperity of tb# conntry at Urge lapldly prugreje-s. In Great Britain the manufacturing iutereats cannot prosper under high price* for breadKtufl*. It must be a very unnatural, artificial state of tbingii, when cot onaud oorn simultaneously advance, ai the advance of one naturally lead* to the depression of the other. The great and ruling Influence in England is the manufacturlbgInterest: while in the United States it is the agricultural interest, which is the only real and true basis of the wealth and prosperity of any nation. These things show the basis ot the position these two countries occupy in tkc financial and commercial world; they also show the resources each have to depend upon in the great contest commenced for the coinmercia supremacy of the world. The industry of a nation which looks to another for tho material to keep it in operation, oannot be depended upon; it In the sonrce of immense wealth, so long as it oaa command tb? raw mit<ri il and monopolize lb* supply of the world; but when a rival makes its appearance, In the shape of the country producing that material, and possessing within Its limit* all the element* of industry, the contest becomes unequal, an l the result can be pretty easily and correctly predicied Th>> commercial calamity which has overtaken aad arrested the progress of Oreat Britain, must ultimately prove cxreeJIn^ly advantageous to the United States We have been running the time race?we have had In view the same object? and while in the height of our n...t u.4?r,'? f.H.ivn liar anurulu Iminatl. luugi-rsn, .J. ,. ....v..u ?... haunted, and the game in easily won by hi*r antagonist We baveoow* into possession ct' the entire cotton grow iDg section ot' country in the world, and in few year' we shall be able to control the movements of the staph and the value of it. New York will aeon be the grand distributing point, and instead of large stocks accumu lating in Liverpool, fi r distribution to all parts of Lu rope, it will accumulate her*, and be shipped direct to the plaets of consumption. This desirable rusult wll be brought about by two causes- the conoentra tir.o of oapltal at this point, and the increase in the consumption of our domestic manufacture* Instead of sending to Great Britain or any other foreign country, the bulk of our cotton crop we shall merely send them the turplus This will rrquire time, but the movement has a]readj such progress that it will arrive at such a result mueb sooner than anticipated The prrgreM male in thes< thiijg-i within the past ten yeurs, has been such as t< arrant the prrdictions we have ri corded That the] will be fully retllsed we have not the slightest doubt The destiny of the United States points to such a result In the ml<*st of there things, we cannot but feel thai the ruin which has overtaken so many old and exfensivi concerns in Great Britain, is a terrible calamity, and it eff. eta muat he rell roi ytnr?, p?rii?pi iorever i nn a? structlon of the commercial oredit of Lngl&ud will do a morn good than hurt, but we oannot bnt look upou tb< throe* and writhing* of ?uoh a nation, without ?*tend log all the aid and comfort in our power Tbia revul ilea niaj hwten u* onward and give % great Impetu* t< oar protperlji but wa did not require fuob an impetua We waie pro?re?elng rapidly enough for *afety; we wer? (teadily acouinuUting capital, our population w*s increiialng rapidly enoujjh to develope our reayureea. and we bad no feara of being retarded in our eourie by any effort Great Britain might make. The difficultly ablnh have arreated the proaperlt* of our rival ar<i to be lamented, and If poaalble removed The government ta< interfered, we fear impoliticly, aa the evil* ure of ?uch a nature that they mu*t remedy themaelvea; legislation In reference to them will only produce temporary relief, aurnly to be followed by a relapee whloh will ruin bundrt da where ten* have now lallen Th? Mine*"d tublf the ['lotuM'r?e Inlli'f market lor the prlitnipal ?freka for '?nh day of the | <> { 1 w?rt. ud ?t the oIom of tJ?* week previ eu> ' onilder iBf th? frelin/ in the Booty market. prlo?s hara be pwtty well ?o?ilno(l:? V" Qcotatio?<? roa ?hk rm??.ir*L Htohs m tnk N?w Voa* Marker. Sat. Mon. 7\??. W'i. TViV >>t. 8at Trenmrr NotM .. 1*0 1M I"? - 1M 9?\ ' New V ork State '?... ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Ohio ? ?... ??--??-??Kentucky t ? ? ? ? ? Pruiin/lvMin i's TlJk 72 T'li ? 7JH 7|^ llliuoM 31 ? )l - M Jl {tending lift BoniU.. 70K ReaiiiuK Vl'tse BouiU. 6t?? f'? ~ ~ Re.idiii* Railroad.... >Si W 57 JJ JJ., j'X J? Norwich k Win-.,. .. W*4 MX *>.Si * l Erie Railroad, old... tl ? ? ilJt ? 61 ? ' trie Railroad, uew... ? ? ? ? ? ? ~ Harlem Railroad. .. . 4ll? 4I1* Mk 4JJt J| ? Lou, uiu,d rs r?J rjj r\ ?k r ar ! Mohawk ? 67 67 ? ? ? | dtouiugton J3)^ jj ? ? ? ? ? I farmer.' Loan 16 26 21*i 26 26 iiH "H I Catitou Company.... 28 28 17* 27JiJ 28 27 *74< I Morru Canal.7 IIH HJH 11* "H ? ? "X I Vickaburg 7>i ? ? ? ? ? 9 | United Statu Bank... ? ? ? ? ? ? ? [ Kaat Boaton ? ? ? ? ? ? ? North Aro'u Trnir... ? ? ? ? 7** ? ? A comparison of piice* current at the close of the I markat ytsterday, with those ruling at ih? close of tbe ! previous week, exhibit* a decline in Treasury notes of ,V? par cent; Reading Bonds, X ; Heading Moitgage Bonds, Norwich and Woroastor, \\ Harlem, l>?; Long Island, Hi Farmers' Loan. K; Canton Company, X; Morris Canal, 1. Reading Railroad has advanced 3)^ per cent, Fenn. b's, X; Vlcksburg, IK. Stock ICtyJi ny| $5000 Tr?M No'ei 6'4 99* M ?ht Vicktlurg ,30 ? I *0 Stat# y?. 'J5 91 JO do ? I 1700 CilT J'l. U 93 30 Illinois RtnK IM i S00? >'o S9W JO Morn. CeniU lofi ' ! t? o do f#K 1M| ioK 1000 U 8 '?, '#2 104'm 20 Had*<>n River 70)2 M?o do 1"0>? 10 do 7wfi J000 PeBu,fi,4 Hi 7?X i Aubaiu k Koch H0K 4*00 do ft90 72 H SO Caufnn V K J22rn doc- ^ u,*90 7'* 'MNorkWof rtQ 4000 Illinoit Fuud?bl? 30 100 do liV [ 2000 Heading tfondi 69% 2tt Loti( IiluA '??!! o J4? ? ?. 6#*? IM do ""? ? 3000 Reiduif Mig* Bd? 66(1 do KJ< 1 *000 do 6,3 ,?o do Si J000 do 64 il d? J7 i 700 th? ReadioB BR 57!W 100 do 27V : ?" d<' 17^, 200 Hulem Hli 37*. 1J0 do h60 47Kj <60 do 38W IMTumvrtTrust L?u m -m d<> b>3 39 ' do ?S' 2?o do l"ii >?*r 00 do a(0 25 i, 10a do 3?>2 150 do 2J* 100 do J8jJ RoomiI Board. $10000 U 8 Tien Nolo 99V 300 itu lUrlem UU ,ii0<? u .do W* 140 d0 ? 1*0 ih? Harlem 3<j ioo Loot UUnd v 100 do inw j'j% 100 do ?u 200 do i] 30 Ju do b?w 27J? no do bio U 100 di ?7lS 1M do il 39 JO Readmit BR J?2 M do bl J1'4' JU) do J? ! JO do 39 100 do JtU I 30 do 3?Ji ISO do SO JO do 3t'4 2j Nor & Wor b 10 M New Stock Exchange, 100 ihf Harlem KR c 3t?{ 100 ahs H-ritia blj 38 140 do c *?>, II* do slO )?W ! 100 do 3*>i 50 Farmers Trust s30 *5* 100 do b3 ill Loug Island e K\ CITY THADE IlKPOUT. New York, Saturday afternoon. No*. 30. Tlie Aeadia's newt reached the city,by telegraph itlisut 2 P.M.. aud was soon afierwirds published in au Extra , Hrrald, aud had the eflect ofncsettling 'he markets lor cotI tou and brejditutfi; operations in a meaaura we suspended, 11 being at a stand until the arri?al of the steamer's letter null, i The influence of tbe news cannot be developed uutil Monday. Before it arrived, sales of flour aud grain weianiode .it ye?'erd*y'a prices; after it transpired, holders advanced their hiking r >tei. but were not freeiy met b? bnyeit. Haletof Oswego end Uenasre, *i h some lo't of Michigan, were made to a moderate eitent at a UWc. ndvauee over theeurreut prices of yesterday Coin and wheat were beld at an advance, { r ut we hrardof no sale of either after the new*, beyond a damaged lot of the forme'. hye sold at previous r?t?e. lunate there wa.. no change I'rov sions were quiet. The chief sales I of sugar aud coffee were mule ut auction, the particulars of I which will be fonuH below. ! AsHrs ?The market wa.i dull, and we notice silfs ofi# bbls I pots at Stt 37%. and 30 do pearls at (8 JJ. | Brgswix ?Vo rhange. I Bantin ukfs.?flour? Uefore the news, sales of Ijoobbls i of (lenesee were made st SO H and some parccli of Oswego at $6s6 06*^. After the news, about 3000 bbl* Oswrgo, pa't forearort were sold at $6 I3>? an" 500 do at S6 CtV: tliOO do Oeuetee sold at SO 35,ttwhicu there were rlenty of bnvera. and 400hbl? of Michigan, straight brands.aold at Sft 06\i6 I lu sou tilt ru, transactions weie I ght. SOes of200 bbls riownrd feet were made at tfi 37}J. IVhtal? No sales were report'd. Com?Before the news, sales of 7 to MOO bushel* of wet ern mixed were made tt 71 cts; after the uews, for good sound mixed holders a?Ue?l 6<lett. but we heard of no trau>a< tiois except a small lot of 810 bushels damaged at 68 cts. Meal?There t um iiiinr ran?#m?nl in thii aitirL nnil ir unt i?l 10(10 tn 1'iftO Lbla thia atare were bought op ct S3 21 Aye?Salea to the x'ent of 4000 buahela in aepnrnt* lofc weie nude at 9-1 eta Oata tood aa befoie the dcwi, with modem* aalea. lu Uarlty to aalea tianapired Cajidlks?Ua'ea cf Sperm were mad* at 33e. at which the uiket wax very firm, w>th a tendency to adiaace. Judd It 1 Kingaley' parent weie arlling at 3Bc. ! Cotton?There waa a piute in the limited traninc'inm goi ing lorwaid, in conaenueuce nt the uniiowceineut of 'he arril ! val of the iM *t Boxton thii morning. No> pe'ationa were i I entered into after her newa wax received, which would xbow . tb? effect of it on the m?>k't ' rK?A aale of 1800 bags of Hio wai made by anetiou I | r.t t)i 0??'c, or man av< Mine i I 8-IKIr which w*< conaideied a decline un previous prices of about >< a \c p*i lh. I Kim?There were 400 fcbU Mnuichnk* r? Mackerel afloat. , j h?l' *' (3 l'-i I i and *7 fir &n 2'?, but were mppoaed to have I MN aold at a liiciie lower Alltt whs mo Dry CojJ IflMI un old, and no arnvala. Herring, with all kinds of Ki>h, cloted i fiiui l m:it?Sale* of about fi00 buiei bunch R-iiaiet were mide at >2 II IlKMr?The market waa quiet. I lilona? At |niv !? aale, we police reports of 2000 Montevideo, 31 p units, auppoand lie, less 5 per cent; 400 d-y Maracailio*. 9c; 700 dry a.ilted Cr. and MO Man Juan, luc H inonlha I liiPO Vein Cruz, and titOO Chagre*. were offered, to-day at ' anctlon; the firmer were all disposed < f nt aS^i'c: of the lat! t*r, S00 only were mid, at 9%'. less 3>{ per cent off on ear h, for rnali both aa they run. The receipts lor the momh :l u< I far, hue b-eu upwards of 80 000, against iOOiO. lor whole ' moLth of Noveinfier, IdlO; and for the yesr. aay 8*0,OO'l,against j ill 121 lor II ni >iitha, ( 'anuiry to November inr|u?ivn, I8iti) ' LfcATHrR ? 8i|e? for ttie week, ir eluding 8010 at auction, foot up Ini'it SO OO'I MM, Piicen Without<llie "lheieI ceipts are tolerably Urge; hut owing to the active utile < I the ' ihoeand harueaa trade, auaing a large conaumption, tl e st-<-k ! of leatH-r mi huid con luues very Ightlor ihi* period of ihye?r. Isolations per ateatner, at Li<tl|>ool, are for oak tanned. 14^0: hemlock, lid I Lkad.?The articl?t w s inactive, attt 50. In B oiton, sales were made to-day, at * i 02), Moi.assks ?No aalea wait repuited. Naval Storks?Dealers weie wtiiiqg for s'eamer's letters, i Oil.a lie steamer to-d*y brought quotations o| linseed at 23i, winch allowed a con<iderakle pduciiou. and ha aalea lice tree very amall itMiU cents; eily pressed American fell off j ti> II t enia, with sales to a moderate eileut. Country nil in ; barrels wai dull at 36 cents. olive waa atcdy at 110 cents : We quote bleached win'er iperm at HO eenU; unbleached do at It'i cent*; bleached fall do. at 117 cents; natural winter l sperm at 12%;nnturil fall spetm at 112, aud blfae.hed wiut<r | wh-le at 18 cents: shipping do. at 33. mid sclented at 36 cents. Provisions?Mesa ?ork w" MM ?t $11; and a MM of 10 a IDU bull nrunc waa made at St 71. There w.ia no change in other articles. In cheeie, dealers were wailing steamer's news II u r?The in irket waa dull slid aalea light, withnat material changc iu prices. KtKM?Cliver and Timothy were dull. ft uaR- Km ill a<lea of Havana bwi. white, were made at 7V a 8l4 cents; and of brown do do at a 7 cen's; and HOlihtlt I I una were aol.i by au>" ion at 4.'* a IdtMiMM. Tali.ow?The irnrkei was unsettled by the newi. Prices were fiim, however, at 'Ji% a ID asked. Tohai li)?We annex tne uaual weekly statement, showing 1 the prices, tales, receipt* and stock on hand for the week, endI ing this afternoon. Sold Htc'd Slock I'ricti thil wtrk. Ihii on hand. Kentucky, Virginia tonk. and N. Carolina.. 3 to 8cs 110 hhds 71 lids '0j lids. ' Meryland and Ohio. ? ? ? <4 hds | Connecticut seed... 6 to 11 ? ? I# i s Pennsylvania seed,, 7 to I* ? ? 7* cs Honda, 1 to Ml ? 39 Ca /I cs Havana 21 to 87H" 2<i era 206 bit 280 era I Cuba, II to 21 30 era. *?9I bis. 1713 cia i Vara..... .11 toll ? ? ? | 9t. Domingo ? ? ? 1112 era Trans otinrs continued t > be lutiimficeiil our stock oeing --"II J " *in imi f?r ftftvanreil The latest news from lUranv confirmed tha report that the new crop of tobareo , K?<1 mflVred considerably hj' rain. ?o tliat it w*? found necea. anry to plant anew on thoae places which bid be<n inoat iujored. Wit*L*noNK?The ?*lea within a lew daja have nmoiiuted j to about 30 wo lb .ol'N WatWc. WmiKicr*-R*lea ?.f 80 bhta r tale jiriaon were m/u'e at 26>?c. Knkioht*?There waa a hotter feeling prevalent bu' we lienrd jf no eo?ra*einenia nl importune* A racket for Liver. I pool took IJ i KO torn of heavy gooda at I7? Oil. Kor flou' lid j " in > ti'ered and related to L'trrpool, w hile I > Gd w.ia aaked. I To Have we heard of no change j UtiL Kititi it A vctiom?1 lot corner 81th atreet and l?t avenue, 2'ixiso $190; j do 'djoinu g on areiiue a?me aire $1(1; I d >do SHI; I do d" SI l?; l^o do, ?Hl exeh.tigi; | d? do $l'0; I do. corner 81 h atreet. H10; I do on 81tl> at'oet.neai l?t av?iiiie, 3j 11\ I OA $:3'i; I do .rfjoininii, rant aire S fj; I do do $'21; 1 <0 do H?| I do do ? MX IHnl. On "unity morning, Jit Inst., Almt fiiLronn,daugh t*r of Annlnu and j?*n Hialtb, aged I month and J" day*. The friend* of tha family are Incited tn Attend th< funeral on Monday afternoon at two Vloclc. from th? residence rf bar grandfather, ronrad Jordan, 133 WiJ lUm atreet On Suaday morning, 31#t ln?t. at * o'clock M*tthkw OoaMLr.r, alUr ling and painful illnr?*. atied 6.1 yeara HI* lamlly and friend*, together with hi* Maaonle brethren, are Invited to attend 1. ? funeml. fhi* iMon day) altrraoon, at 4 o'clock, frcat bin late reiidenco. Jfll ! Spring atreet On Saturday, 30th Inst , Mattiiiw Drrr, of tbli elty. in tha 49th year of bli *ge Hi* friend* and acquaintance* and tbo*e of ;be f?rn'ly. are reaped fully invited to at:?nd b>* funeral,on Mi.?d?y. j 33d ln*t . at 3 o'clock, f M . fion hi* late re*idenoe, No 1? Ludlow ftreet. without further invitation. On Sunday. 3l?t m*t of Inflammation of the luni*. IIa^am Mama, Inlant daughter of Mo/ee C, and < ?roI line A < rui-to aged 3 rnonl h* and'30 day* lij* friend* and acquaintance*, and tho*? of hi* father, .\hram U. < raato ; and hi* father-ln-1 tw Ueriedlct Noble, will plia*? attend her funeral Lhif 1 ( \loti '.?ri morning at lulf- p"?t 9 o ulock, fr<iu the reti .. .? '.ifc.r ;; Third ?tn?t Her remain* will aencn ui ii"i -.v?.. . - ii be ??ken to Whit# P!?lni for InUrment , h UU renideooe on SUten liland. on the mortitD^ U the 3"th Intl., Jihii Rtoowtr, tn hie 14th j??r. I ho frlendi end M^uaiDtaucr* of the family *r? re jneated to attend the funeral on ruendey. 2^d inet el , II o'clock, A. M, at Mat on Inland. I'he ?t?amt<?' i llu^nxiiot IriTos pier No I, North River, at half paat ! o'clock, A M , for Port Richmond, whi>n carriagee wil i be provided to ronvey th?tn to the houao At Oalventon. Texa*, October'^9th, of the yellow fever j Tiiomii Jtirimoti Mi.lvi.1, ig?d 19 ynn OVRMftHOKfr?OVKK8HOKB !?Jntt ree#.v #d from faetory afre?hlnt<f ?nj ennr flnuh, am lb i mi y Uveuh >e the dambility < I which r?n he wnrmntrd Com an 11 > on hand a wholoaiio and retail,by the undciim ed ? liii rei|ip<vfnlly invite ih'ir Inei d? *n<l t?e pu 'lie loeall am ri uniiie them Alio. liioy drier to r ntlra ih?|?iVir. tha Mr Kn idyeir, ot tiiei. hi.n>?, i? the on v "oodvoar in th" cit] df New York enm-peit in the India Rnbbe. Ijniinm, wl>" with liia I' eg experience and wo|| e?rnrd e|>ot-iti<ii> ean ?ife Ivcitirentv that ihey are lellin*lh? b-?' ?ood( at iholu**. pricra. liDODVKAlt St KLl, nil ,'itia* ire At l.iberly arreet. ror of Broadway. YOr.NO I! A< iir.l,ORS HOi IKT V ? KIKTII - ?S()> Ti>e fi?' ^a'einMv wi'l *e h'ld at lh* \|'i?H ? It in uu l'tnl'?,i?\ eteiuj net , Mill iiiaWI. Hv order of llie cm mi I tee, | alt Jt'ia Th MliTti MIHN MILL*. Preanleit - ? ; . _ v .. .. ^ B7 1LE0TRIC TELEGRAPH 3 LATER FROM MEXICO. STATE OF AFFAIRS IN THAT CODMTST* The Operatloas of Gen. Line. kc. 8l<: he PCTCHIBUKO, NOT 31? P. M. The Picayune of the Mth hu reoelred fllee by the hip Senator. from V<ra Crui. Sh?> ??iled on the 7th, and brine* few particular* The Araiianel, publUhnd ?t AUImo, on the J7th alt , oontradloU the report of difficulty at jaiUso. The p?cpie there were determined on a orutinuanee of lh? war A letter from Chihuahua ot the iam? date, gtvat MoounU from Mexico ?* certain, that four hundred 1 TIT rioaoe, deatined for there, with their property, determined to enter peaoeably or by force. Tbe letter eaye the inhabitant* are lew prepared to receive the*n than Sefore, but eren If there were three thouiand Aawi, can*, they would not enter with their former iucmm The Governor of Taumalipas oomplmia* ortb* exots*** committed by th?? M?1md guerillas upon oar countrymen,and call* for the lnterfereco* of th* ooamaadant of th* inUrlor of th* 8tat* to dUeontiou* the** iiOMtM Th* Governor had eaUad upon tha National Guard to protaot tha paopla, and uulaaa effeotiv* DM?urM are . taken tha peopla will rUa and defend theBMi*M agalut these pretended guerillas, who a#sas*lnat? (itkMt orupla. G*n. Lan* returned to I'ueMa on the evening ofttM 93d, from an expedition to Atlixoo and point* beyond. Il?- inflicted a severe leaaon an Atlixoo (Jen Lane pushed his expedition 1* miles beyond ! Choluta. to a plaoe where he had learned tha Mexloana had recently several pieces of artillery Tb* gun* were not found, and the carriages were ileatroyed Gen I.ana invited the dispersed inhabitant* of Pn*i bla to return, and gave permission to tha Govarnor to resume his luu -Hons, and will ensure protection ao long as th y remain peaceable. I i'urbla ia et'actually lubdued, no ona trouble* th* Americans Lieut. Cbalmey and Talbot, of the first artillery, and Lieut, Edee, llth Infantry, and 91 troop*, wore wrecked | In th* ship Empire, which arrived at Charleston *n th* 7th. The Camdaii Btnrdar. Philadklfhu, Not. #1. A reward of five hundred dollar* has bean ofler*d for th* d*t*etion of the murderer <.f u?y Rob*rt*. INTKLLIUEWUK tiV. THB CI AILS. WiimitoTOj*, Nor. 19,1847. T\e Commiitiontr from Yucatan?Th* Hiitifn to Htm* ? fdtde ?f Cirating MiltUni. A commissioner from Yueatan hM arrived la this llty charged with the duty of making a treaty of neutrality with this government; but Yucatan 1* not proolsoly the sort ot power thin government would be willing jut BOW to treat with. She can give no guaranty that ibe would observe any treaty made with her, and the last attempt ! to entangle this government In a positive recognition ^ her neutrality, made through Mr lUbelra, proved abor. tlvn. This one will, in all likelihood, chare a slmllar ! fate. In addition to the mission to Rome, the President will ! ahk Congress to create legations to Guatemala, Ecuador aud Bolivia, all of equel rank with that to the Pontlfloaj Court; so tbat there will be fire ohargeships to bo filled soon after Congreee (ball assemble, tbat to Naples for*, log the fifth. I have before intimated tbat a hop* has | been entertained that the mission to Rome eoold bo created by sending In a nomination to the Senate, without a for mil creation by Coogress. This question was discussed at the first session of the ltttb Congress, (April, I Bit) ) Mr. John Qnlney Adams,then President, had sent in to the Senate the names of two gontlsrasa for confirmation as envoys extraordinary anil minister* plenipotentiary to the Congress of Panama. Tbs mission had not befors been authorised by Congress and many held that the President had no power, even with the advice and consent of the Senits, to create a new mission, without the sanction and ooaoar> ronce of the House of Reprsssntatlves. The House ws# then thefoeus of all the talent of the country, having,a* 'bat time, tbe lead cf the Senate in point of ability?ft lead wbioh it has since lost Among Its members were Mr. Webster, Mr. Buchanan, Mr John C. Klvss, Mr. Stevenson, Mr Livingston, Mr. Forsyth, Mr Louis MoLane, Mr. McDuDe, Mr. Everett, Judge McLean, Mr Wright, Mr Polk, Sn. Mr. Rives bald, on tlio principle1 cujut eit ilare, ijui nt Hii/ien'te, that th* House o' Representatives bad the power to control lh? oreatien of any new mission. an all appropriations proceed from (hum. Mr. Tolk coincided In Mr. Rlves's views, an d cITured a re-olution, " that It li the constitutional right and duty of the Hon*e of Representatives, when called on for appropriations to defray the expense* of foreign missions to deliberate on the expediency or inexpedlen I oy of such missions, and to determine and act thereon' ai in their judgment may be most conducive to the pub| lie good " Mr. Polk sustained this resolution in aspeeoh of tli? same tenor. Mr. Buchanan dWsented from this opinion, on the ground that the constitution xitl in the President and Senate the power of making treaties; that treaties oannot be negotiated without ministers , i and that, therefore, the exercise of the treaty-making ; power involves the power to create missions. The npprol priatlon for the out fit and salary of tbe two envoys, Mr. i John Sergeant and Mr. Richard C. Anderson, was 1 finally voted by tbe House, without the adoption of any j proviso questioning tbe power of tbe executive to ereat* the missions by bis own act. with the advloe and o*n Kent of the Senate, without the previous sanotion of the | House; but Mr Polk's course on tbe question then, will I - 1 ?? hi. ..Inntlnn nf Y?.' j oi uecesajiy, pium w o?urr? ? - - _?, .... Adams* policy now. The view* of the President of 1847 , will doubtlras bo made to accord with thoae of the representative of IfliO. * No apprehension Is entertained that Congrasa wll' hesitate to sanction the creation of the mission to Rosa, although it would be very deairable that it oould be at i once created. without tedious travail through the Hon** uf Representatives. it la expected that the iiouee. if not unanimous in voting the appropriation, will vota it with Tory few dissenting voice*, but there ara *o many things of a political character to occupy Its attention, and which it in to b* feared will occupy lt? attention to tha ileiay of other things of greater moment, that there I a reason to apprehend the appropriation will not b? mad* until towards the eloae of th<* session. It in now tha * the good pontiff wanta the support and countenance of the American government, and it la in the power of Congress to afford him thin countenance and support forthwith. The nomination will be sent in to tha He j natM Immediately after the mission shall be created OALVIEN8IS Washiwoto.'*, Nov 30, IW7. 'Pit Lilt of /hi IVitk. 1 The Fremont i?ourt Martial net to day at the uaua) hour, but adjourned without proceeding to busiaew, because of the oontlnnod indisposition of Col. Craig ' iVe regret to learn that Mr Robart Coltman, warden i of the district penitentiary, died suddenly last night, af 1 apoplexy and we also regret to bear that thera wera ! several applications to the President, to-day, for tba i varansy. Mr. Kilmiste has 0^t to work la earnest, fixing up a building on Sixth street, near Co'eman's. for an Olym* ; pic, during the appr.aching session He intends it to be a good thing The locality is certainly moat eligible, and the prospeot of a good season 'a unusually prom'tI 'ng At trtWn o'clock to-day tnrro w?? a r>uc<?i " M' un' I over at the National Latin n Hons*. equal to the clauior at a China#* celebration. and a ftma of epicurean*, po' liticiani", dlllettanti. oognoerenM oltflen*. ttratiger* 4.0 , forthwith poured down Into tbi ba?f rut Walker, IkeCep'aln Rice had' gin a treat." and all the world wan Invited Oanvae? back*. oyeter*, ventaon. ko , ho , 1 | with champagne *od other fluM*, were fr?* to all comer* lb* fact I*, that Rand * new Quern Mlaabeth 1 e?tatilmhmwnt, on the other elde of tb* way, had admon tubed Walker to Bi up for l.oogreae," and having don* ' I po the foliation win a ??ll evident propf*iiion Oppoiltlon, gentlemen. It the Ufa of trade ' A number of tli* < fflceri of the court martial mm* I round from tbe arsenal thli tuoriiing to view Iba Smithj ; aonUn Inetltutiou, to Inepect the *a?t wing uf the build ! lng. now In procea* of completion The Sua rich pink ' itoue look* richer aa tbe work goea on , and la a rabjaet of general admiration The ofllo?r* were pleaaad wtth U, > and i be moru eo tb?t portion* of th* maaoT.ry.lnf Ida looked like the Intrloaeie* of a fortification ? nblnet day to day All hand* buey (it tba depart: m<*tit? panting up the hooka 1 Only two or three ru-nib-r* of tbe Hons* In town aa yet. and aa many ot th? senate j ' Among the nniidld-te* of the demorrao? for the tuoI J ceeelon. the fultowing ar<* coueideied ai 1 out " by tbelr r own onfeeainaa. publicly or prltately, directly cr Inol ' dentally dl*r|oe?d, to wit: * j Mr. Van Ruren, (?en f*a*. ' Mr. Uuehknan, Houeton, | Mr Walker, <*eo Butler, Mr llallae, Mr Woodbury. < Mr Manir. Mr. Allett Rut ?l' < r all, lli r? U ? rtmni" fha' th? regular race ,U.7 be N-tWe-,1 |ie,,r, Mr,V ... t ??1? ' ' ??' ? *. ? pbllo*o?h?r of UNDEXWAI.D /

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