Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 22, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 22, 1855 Page 3
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Court of General IrMloni. Before Recorder Smith. BWCI OP WILLIAM 80 II All KKN BERG FOB THE JdTBDXK OF HELENA MB V Kit? ? FIHST DEATH 8KN TKNtK IN THIS OOUKT. Yetterday morning, at 11 o'clock, the unfortunate Ger 1M) William Scliarfenberg, who wan found guilty on 'uesday last, of the murder of Helena Meyers, in the moutli f September, 1864, by stabbing her with a knife, wan irought up before hU Honor Recorder Smith for sentence, onglbefore the opening of the Court the court room was rowded. and many ga'.liured on tlie stairway and around he outer doors, discussing the mat ler among themselves, he mpany were mostly Germans, friends or aciuain ances of the prisoner, among tliein were many females. The prisoner wal brought into Court at 11 o'clock pr? isely, dressed as ho had beau during the trial, in a suit if black. His appearance generally was but little hanged, indicating that ho did not fully appreciate the iwful situation in which be is placed. Beude a slight lush in the cheeks, there has no other evidence thai he ras at all concerned about his condition. The Recorder took his seat at ten minutes pastil ?'clofck. Ihe ldstrlct Attorney, moving for judgmen ipon the prisoner William Scliarlenbi rg, tlie conyicte I ras ordered to stand up to receive tho sentence of th i >>urt. The Recorder asking the prisoner what he ha d to say thy the sentence of the Court should not now be passed ipon him, his oounsel, Mr. H. I.. Clinton, spoke a- foil >ws: ? On behalf of Win. teharfenherg, I am i equested by 1dm to say that no one can egret with m >re piercing anguish or heartfelt sorrow han himself, the terrible tragedy of which he stand-. :<>iivicted. lie has nothing to add in addition to wha las been already u r?;ed on his behalf except to atseve ate most solemnly he has no recollection rf r.ny of th iventa of that memorable duy, which terminated in th ? Icath of the unfortuuate Helena Meyers. On my own lehalf, 1 would ask the C<>urt to designate the latest day he law will permit for the enforcement of the sentence, n order to enable me to take tlie requisite steps to save he life of my client. The Recorder asked if the prisoner understood the Sngllsh language. Mr. Clinton answered that he understood the drift of i discourse, but was not able to carry on a convorsa lon in English. But this he thought would be no objec ion against the dtllvery of the sentence in English. The Recorder then delivered the following SENTENCE. William Scharfcnberg, you have been convIctcd of the iriroe of murder, which in all civilised nations Is punished rith death. The evidence in your case was as clear as iny testimony 1 have ever hear ! given in a court of ustice to establish this crime. The only dorence set up >y your counsel was that you were in liquor, and not competent to judge of your acta. The jury who sat upon the case found that this was not true, and the court soincide with the jury in that finding. The law says that for that death which you have inflicted you shall die: the law must be carried out, however painful that may be to the court and jury, it is only by enforcing the laws that society protects Itself against such assassins as you have proved yourself to be. On your part there is no excuse for this act. You had no right to exuect from this misguided girl that return of Direction which warm the hearts of virtuous beings. Vir uc to hor was only a name. You m ist have had sense on ii|;i> to know this, and therefore It could only hare been for th" gratification of a momentary pa-sion that you allowed jealousy to rule you, aud uervo you for this fatal blow. It is it"W my duty to warn you that the hopes ure w ry slight that you will escajie the penalty which tho court inflicts. The jury are apt to recommend to mercy, as they have in this case. You must remember that this Is only a recommendation, and you are warned not to place upon it too much reliance. Reflect that you have now hut a short time to live. You must prepare for death. In the lew days lemalning to you, prepare for the awl'ul doom which await.i you. The sentence of the court is, that you be tuken back to the placo tiom whence you came, there to remain until the li th day of \ovfiubcr next, and on that day to be hanged by tho neck till you ure dead. The Clerk then read the death warrant to Sheriff < Irser, and gave the prisoner into his custody, acsordinj to the requirements of tho law. Murine Court?In Chumbtn. Uefore Hon. Judge Thompson. P*PT. 20.? John Otborn vs. J. I'. Barnes. ? The process in thin cane was issued on the od of September, returnable on the 6th. Hv the return of tho officer, It appears that it wan personally served on the 4th. The can ho was regu larly called on tho Oth, ami no on? appearing for either party, it was dismissed. On the same dav Judge llirdsall granted ?n a parte order to tho plaintiff. requiring the defendant to show canse on the 7th September, why tho cause should not be restored to tlis calendar. A copy of thi? order wag served, as it appears, upon defendant the same day the order was granted. On the return day of ths order, no one appearing for defendant, Judge Bird sail ?restored the cause to the calendar. Whereupon the plaintiff took a judgment against the defendant fur (400, for wages due him as mate of the brig Phantom ? the de fendant being the owner. Upon tbis judgment an execu tion was issued, and on the 11th September levied U|x>n the Phantom. A motion is now made by counsel for the defendont that the judgment and execution be set aside |for irregularity. It appears from the papers upon which the motion Is founded that J. B. Barnes Is the owner of the brig in question, and that he has not been within the jurisdiction of this court for several mouths past; that the process herein was, in fact, served upon Charles Barnes, a brother; that after the service, Charles Barnes, with counsel, proceeded to court on the return day of summons, with the intention of appear ing for J. B. Barnes and responding to the cause, that alter remaining in Court a while It was ascertained that the case had been dismissed? no one appearing for either party. Charles Barnes had received no further uotlce of any subsequent proceedings in tho action. These are the substantial lac's of the case. TuoMiign, J. ? When a cause Is regularly er.'led on the calendar, and no one ap|>ears for either party, It is the practice and the duty of the Court to dismiss it at once and when It is so dismissed the Court from tluit m-mien loses further Jurisdiction over it. This being the law an end would seem to l>e put to the motion; but 1 am not aware that we have the power to set a-Ide a judgment. No such power was shown to exist upon the argument of this motion. We may open a judgment entered by de fault. In this rase the return of the officer shows n per sonal service of the process upon the defendant. That return |g conclusive upon the Court. We cannot go be hind It. II the return is not correct, then all other pro ceeding* being regular, the defendant s only remedy lies in an action against the officer for a false return. The opening ol the default In this case Is not asked for, nor, I presume, desired. Tho remedy Bought for is an order ab solutely silting axfde the judgment and execution. Such relief I have no power to grant, lam Tree to confess, however, that, in my opinion, the judgment and execu tion are null and Void It Is presumable that tne ardor of the Bth of September would not bBve been granted if the fhcts of the case had been thoroughly understood. Motion denied. Bale Ball. A very pleasant game, though a short one, was played on Wednesday in Jersey City between the Odumbia Hub of East Brooklyn and Pioneer Club of Jersey City. They played very well ? Jersey got the best by 16 runs in 4 Innings. After the game was over all retired to the Commercial buildings, corner of (ireen and Montgomery I streets, where sixty of the lloneers and their friends sat I down to an excellent supper. I). S, Gregory, Esq., Pre sident of the 1'loneers, was In the cliair and projiosed the toasts of Columbia and Gotham (Tubs. Judge Van Cott, of theOotham, who acted as referee, responded and said, ?'He was as poor a player as he was a speaker; the other | day he had the misfortune to be chosen in a match, and stationed on the 3d base; a friend cam? and told him the next time he saw a match, he hoped to see the ba?e well | covered. Yesterday they played a match, first 9 against seeond ?. and another friend told him two of th? so. cond ? could beet him any dav. Still in ?pitq of the.e re huffs, he liked base ball and|tbinks it a better gsme than cricket ? more fun to all. At cricket a man gets bowled out the first ball and his play Is done for the day, while base ball gives a man play all the time; it was a game growing all over the country. Cricket ought not to be a national game The play to day on the Pioneer was very creditable and the Columbia, considering they were a young club, equally good ? "specially Ketchum. On the 3d base, lie mis. ed no hall that wis thrown him. The third base was well covered. As new c!nb?, he would suggest to them to call for ju dg Inent oftner on foul balls. One ball went forty feet wide, and then the judges called for Judgment. Anoth r t dnt he would mention, relative to a robber matuli being played on neutral rr und. It Is a new ides. Th? Gotham* and other clubs have never done it. The rule Is, whichever club gives the first invite, the two game* are plsyel > n their ground." In conclusion, he prop -sed the "Press," with thanks to them for tb<- ?.iy in which they had noticed the game. Several clubs were well represented, and all spent a Very pleasant afternoon. The wore was as follows.? no.MotH cars. nun u nm. Gregory 3 law, Jr. 3 Jordan 4 Paige 2 J. C. Brown 3 Brown.. 3 I?r Brown 2 Van Valkenburgh 1 I'. March 4 Ketch nm 0 Idxhle 4 Voorhles 0 Rogers 2 Heardaley a 1 Heche 2 Smith 1 UrinkcrholT 6 Kelly.. 1 Total 'Jl Total 12 Pitcher? Jit. Ian. Pl'cher ? U*. Jr. t^ateher? <;regory. Catcher? Paige. Judge ? Wlnant*. Judge ? iteynolds, Keferee ? W. II. Van Cott, of tb' Gotham*. Lathi rnon thk l'LAt*t?^-Mr. Edwnrd Morln ?was at St. .lo-iq h last week, having returned the Plains, bringing with him the renisins of ("apt, Gibson, wh" was killed by the Sioux Indians ten miles be In ? the mouth of l?e<r Greek. A brother of the deceased has paid Mr. Morln the sum of J.'iOO for delivering the dead body of Capt. Gibson to his family. Mr. Morln states that the Wottx Indians are ln< lined to )>e troubles., me, at tacking sms II parties wherever and whenever they m?et then.. The party to which Mr. Mortn was attached fought a battle with these savages on the 4th of July at North I'latte Bridge, defeating them after a ?hirt aetinn leaving two ?fimix dead upon the field. On. Ilsrney |,?ft Tori Kearny for Laramie, with 1 .'f*? men, on the 4th of August last, proceeding with forced inarches to accom plish some purpose not now di<clo?v|. He Is determined to chastise the liyiians wherever he may catch thi-in. ??By Ood, fm for battle? no peace " wer<- his parting words with Mr. Morln. Buffalo are In abundance ? ;n fact, all along the Platte nothing Is to lie seen hut <>ne mlgiity horde of these animals. On the 17th nit., Mr. Alfred Marsh, redding shoot nine Tnlles fnst of N< taeulge. Mi?>. had three of nis children killed by lightning. Their agos wi re as follows ? ulx teen, ten, and two years. The children were returning to the house when they wsre killed. The eldest had the youngest on his i boulders when death overtook then. Commissioners of InlgMlloii. The Board met at 4 P.M. on Wednesday. Present, Com missioner Verplanek, (la the chair), Carrqjan, helley, niimmlnyM, Morgan, l'urdy and Gsrrigue. Bl PKWNTKVDItSn'H UUI HK OX WARD'S 181. AM). Commissioner, from the Ward's Inland Commit tee, made a report on the propriety of furnishing the house now occupied by the physician, for the new super intendent. They were of opinion that the salary of $4,000 to l>e git en to 1h:it oflicer was quite sufficient without spending 0 in addition, for litting up his apart ments. The mat ter here droppod. UTDROPITUT ANIl VK> KTAKIASIfM RD'OSH!K\DH>. Commissioner Cvmnugb made a report against the propriety of usinn alcoholic driDk at llje institutions on >tut<fri Island. '1 lie document was a moat extraordinary one. ii nd went dcud against all kinls of good liquor, including even lager bier. The Commit inner was of opinion, to quote his own word*, that "the use of liquor was wholly absurd and ridiculous," and in lupport of thin view he urged a variety of reasons, physiological, philosophical. geolological, nedicai and religious. Pure cold water, vegetables and Orange county mils were mentioned in pana cea* for all the " ill- flesh is heir to." At the con clusion nf the lengthy report Commissioner l'urdy. who, deeply Impressed with the statements contained there in, lianded his over to the author, and moved that the report b* printed when there were funds enough in the tri a ury. Hen Franklin and Of orge Washington both took wine, and he did not see any harm in taking a little himnlf. kconomt to nr. nurraatn, Commissioner Keli y offered the following preamble and resolutions, which were adopted: ? ?rea?, The diminished resources of the Commission ers of immigration behooves them to economize in every way possible, and whereas the rent i>aid tor the premises in Canal and franklin streets, and the $1,400 per annum paid for this building, one-third of which is not used, then-lore Unsolved, That it be referred to the President and Vice President to inquire into and report to thu Board if ample room can be obtained for the Commissioners' otlico at Castle Garden, with tho view of being released from the lease and rent of this building. Resolved, That the President and Vice President make application to the Board of Health for the rent and the amount of damages due the Commissioners of Emigra tion for the premise* in Franklin street for the year 1864, the same being occupied as a cholera hospital by order of the Hoard of Health. Resolved, That the President and Vice President apply to the lioard of Health for the amount of expenses incurred in maintaining healthy passengers at Quarantine. ordered there by the Commissioners of Health, said bill of ex penses having been reported favorably upon by a com mittee of the lioard of Health in 1HA4. uururai miiikki.s'o mir. Commissioner HiuitY moved that the Warden nf Ward's Islaml be instructed to report to the Board whether the chaplains at that place had performed their duties? as l?e had heaid many complaints with regard to one or tliera. und wished to get at the (acts. Adopted, when the Board adjourned. WETKI.Y FTATFMKNT. Alien passengers arrived to S-pt. ll! 0fl,085 l^iuce, to Sept. 19...,. ",442 Total To mine date In 1864 w.ivrr .217,13# Decrease this vear 127, S09 18.r.5, 185-t. Inmates In Institute. Ward's Island l,H4'.i '2,4iVJ Murine Hospital.,.. 1-1 245 Total l.tMW 2.652 Balance iu hank January 1, 1855 $01,11)2 40 Aggregate receipts to Sept. 12,...tZ72,3M CO Received nine?, to Sept. 19, for commutation ol alien passen gers, Ac ft ,060 22 . 277,416 52 Total 9H Diabuix menus to fopt. 12 C40t<,547 U1 Overdraft &u the bunk $70>y08 M Tl'entrea ond Exhibition*. nno^rw.M TitKAiKE. ? Mr. K. I.. Davenport, the pftpfl lar itnaricaa actor, continues to draw large assembl iges, and his performances give decided satisfaction. To-night he is to appear asJOthsilo. in Shakspeare's tragedy of that r, nine, supported l\v Mr. C. Fisher as Iago, Mm". 1'onisi as I esdemona, and Mrs. Duckland as Kmllla. The new burletta of the "Tragedy Queen" will also be repre sented, Miss hmma Hunting sustaining the part of Mrs. Utacegiidle. Kibuj'8 G ARiirN. ? Bellini'* popular opera, entitled " Ponnamhula," Is announced for this evening by the Pyne and Harrison English opera company. The princi pal roles will lie sustained bv Miss Louisa Pyne and Mr. W. Harrison. Mr. Borranl, Mr. Horncastle, Miss I*yue, and Mme. l'otaoni will also appear in it. Bow nRYTt!EATRF. --Shiikspe? re's tragedy, called "Richard III " commences the amusements at this )>opular thoatre to-night, Mr. J. W. Wullack, Jr., personating the ar duous character of Blcbard. Tiie other leading parts will be sustained by Messrs. Johnston, l'rlor, Kit/genild, Hamilton and Mrs. W. Ward, the closing feature Will be tbe amusing farce of " To Oblige Benson." Bikton'k Theatre.? The new comedy of "Still Water Buns Deep," which has made so great a sensation among the frequenters of this popular theatre, is to he repeated this evening, together with the "Anonymous Correspon dent" and tl.e '-Clock maker's Hat." The castes embody the entiro strength of ttt sotnpany. Thou who desire comfortable seats should secure them In advance. Wai.ijiCK's Tiii:atkf.. ? The burlesque burletta of "Rob inson Crusoe the Secncd," is to bo produced this evening, Mr. Hall, Mr. G. lloiland and Mrs. Mephen* appearing in it. The new and very sucres-dul comedy oi the "liimo of Love" will also be pluyed. l'iacide Is-ster, Brougham, Holland Mrs. Hoey, Mrs. Vernon, Mrs. Brougham and Mrs. Stephens playing the leading characters. MurnoriiuTAjf Tiiratiik The Rachel family will give their tenth representation on Monday evening The pteoo (?elected is Victor Hugo's drama of "Angelo, the Tyrant Of ladua " with new scenery, costumes, fcc. The char acter of Hdsbe will be personate<l by M'lle Itachel; the other principal characters are assigned to Messrs. La touche. Bandoux and M'lle lia Felix. Wood's MiMTBiu1 ? This company offer an unusually attractive hill of entertainment tor this evening, the leading feature being the larce of " Dark Deeds." Bi nun's Skbenadek-s. ? Ti e new liurle- | ue. opera of the "Child of the Regiment " will lie produced by this very popular comj any. on Monday evening next. The programme for to night is excellent. Mme. Ittrvriua ? This pleasing vocalist will take her I>encf)t at the F ' road wa y Tabernacle, on Monday evening, October 1st. Several popular art Its have already vo lunteered, among whom is Mr. Msgan, tb< vocalist. FTior. Mi'AutmK. the renowned wizard, will com mence a series of his mystic performances, at Mechanics' Hull, on the 2d of October next. Hi" former popularity is a sure guarantee tor his success on the present occa sion. Tn* Hi hep. ma *t Tnr Ajw.w Boohs,? We attended a rehearsal of this novel entertainment on Thursday even ing lost, and were much pleased. It consists of a aeries of drop scenes, representing Dublin Bay, from Kingston Quarries. Cork River, with >pike the famous Bock of Cashel, the Giant's Causeway, the I'asa of Glen gaiitr. Cromwell 's Bridge, and the Iytkes of Killarney, all of which display gTeat artistic skill. Mr*. Alexander Gibbs, a lady well known on the stage of the Knglish opera. Illustrates them with many anrisinu anecdotes, and several ballads, charmingly rendered. The company present evinced much enthusiasm, and very justly so, as the picture* are not only beautifully and truthfully painted, but also display great scenic effect, and the sketch given by Mrs. Gibbs was very characteristic. She will commence her entertainment on Monday evening next, and ve have no donbt. from Its varied and pleasing character, It must snrceed. The Baltimore American of the 18tli says: ? We learn tlmt one of the Maryland Military Acadtniy Buildings at Oxford, wns entirely consumed by fire on 'Mints lay last. 'I be chemical and philosophical apparatus, the arms, books, bedding, 4c.. of the institution w-re saved. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. HON E T MARKKT. Friday, Bept. 21 ? fi P. M. The stock market opened and closed heavy thin morning. Eric wm operated in to a very great ex tent. Tlierc appeared to be a little panae in the np wurd movement, but buyer* on time were plenty, ami the sale* mm tip a large figure. Reading was in mote active demand than we have noticed for -?.me da) s, at an advance on yesterday's closing prices. Hudson lUilrotuI was not suatained this morning, and clo-cil heavy. Cumberland was with out change, hut in good demand. Nicaragua Tran sit ia not at all plenty io the market. Htrong par ties are quietly picking tip the stock. There is no desire to get Bp a speculative excitement tn it, Cleveland and Toledo is gradually but steadily set tling down. There arc no outside buyers, but on the contrary small holders out of the street are re alizing and putting their funds in safer and better invi-tments. Michigan Houtbern is occasionally of fered in small lota, and ia steadily working up again St.itc stocks and railroad bonds do not show much a< tivity. Brunswick City Ijind Co. is advancing rapidly. At the first hoard Illinois Centra 1 Kinds fell off 4 per cent; Erie Railroad, J; Hudson Itiver H.ii!road. J; Curiam*. 4i Cleveland and To ledo, 4; (J*Iena and Chicago, f. Chicago and Rock island advanced j( per cent ; New York Central 7 s, 4: Brunswick Land Company, 1; Harlem.}; Read' I At the second hoard there wa* an active time in Cumberland Coal, audprhe* were down corn-id?, Erie waa lower, as was Harlem, and Cleva. land and Toledo. Cumberland declined 1 per cent; Erie Railroad, Harlem, Clevelan I and Toledo, Reading Railroad went up 4; Brunswick closed firm at morning's prices. It was reported in the street this afternoon thit the two steamer* from this port for Honthampton and Havre tomorrow would take out a boat $-400,000 : in spec ie. We shall not have many more shipments I 0f thia magnitude the present mmo%. Th m Qt fov weeks at the moat most arrest the outward movement, and there are many sanguine enough enough to an ticipate a return tide within the next ninety days. The earnings of the Chicago and Hock Island Railroad Company for the firat two weeks in Sep tember, amounted to $66,878, against 137,549 for the first two weeks in August. At this rate, the gross receipts for September will amount to (180,000, instead of $150,000, ax estimated. Mr. Albert H. Nicoiay will well on Monday next, the 24th instant, at 12J o'clock, at the Merchants' Exchange, .$28, 000 Sucrameuto City 8, 10 and 12 per cent bonds. The Assistant Treasurer reports to-day as fol lows: ? 1'aid on Treasury account $181, 82ft 83 HeceivH do. ' 247,822 10 I'n lance do. .G,4.r>?!548 58 I aid fur A?*ay Office 21,872 17 l'aid on disbursing cheeks " 92181 72 The receipts include $^0,u00 from the Went. The warrants entered at the Treasury Depart ment, Washington, on the I'Jth of September, were as follows: ? For the redemption of stock $2,581 41 For the Treasury Department 1,818 07 For tho Intei ior Department 32,559 1!) lor the Cuktomrt 24,180 70 War warrant* received and entered 61, 'iM 40 Interior repay warrant* received and entered 0,700 OB From miscellaneous sources 3,480 70 From Custom* 1,455,379 63 On account of the navy 277,248 7 ? Repayment" on account of the navy 13,008 83 Tho severity with which we have been compelled from time to time, to speak of the majority of rail roads, and the general railroad management of the country ban doubtless induced the belief in the minds of many that we were so thoroughly imbued with a spirit of detraction as to make it utterly impossible to speak well of any company, no matter how much merit it might ikjswss. We have, unfortunately, in our experience, seen so few to praise, and so many tocon demn, that snch an impression in the public mind would not in the least astonish us. The fault is not with us, but with the people themselves ? with those who blindly invest their capital In projects they really know nothing about, and then leave the man agement to a set ot speculating financiers, who use the power placed in their hands to fill their own pockets, to the Injury or ruin of those who have so foolishly trusted them. The fact ia the public do not look sharp enough after their servants. Thep place men in positions of great trust, and seldom or never look after their stewardship, Just such statement* and repoits as the officials may lie com pellcd to render, to disguise their frauds and extra vagance, or cover up the gro-s mistake h of misma na^i ment, are accepted, and for the time all in well. With such criminal carelessness and neglect on tho part of those whose business it is to closely watch ?lid patiently guard the interest-' entrusted to them, it is not at all strong* that we should so often have oc casion to expose the rottenness of corporation#, and feel it our duty to warn those who may have escaped against the snares and wiles of stock speculators.! We have frequently regretted the necessity of pre senting f ucli evidences of gross dish, nesty and de ception as hn\ e v.*itbin the past ten years been prac tised in this community. Nothing has l>een farther from our desire than to exhibit the condition of the milroad Intereft in any but the most favorable light We should be pleased to see the whole world grow rich, individually and collectively. Wc should be pleased to see every railroad in the land all that its managers and friends claim for it; but unfortunate* ly wc have not luul the pleasure of recording many favorable results in the operations of our present S3-Stcm of constructing and managing thette impor. tant works. While truth has compelled us to de nounce and expose such miserable alutirs as the Erie, Hudson River, Harlem, New Haven, Cleveland and Toledo, and dozens of others of the s:tme character we have with equal readiness and far greater satis faction, acknowledged the merits of such roads as the Galena and Chicago, the Chicago and I lock Island, and perhaps two or three others. It Is a source of satisfaction to us to know that there are such roads, and we conceive it to lie our duty to placc them so prominently before tho public that attention wil be sufficiently attracted to draw capital from doubt ful and daugcrous investments, for investment where it will be Iteyond the innumerable contingencies which surround and may any day overwhelm othe railroad stocks. It is a fortunate circumstance, sj long as railroad investments are popular with a large class 'of people, that there are roads in which the widow's and the orphan's mite may lie safely and profitably invested. In preventing its investment in the stocks of the condemned companies named above, our duty is but half performed. Wo must point out securities into which it may lie placed where even the most remote possibility of lo?s, de linquency in dividends, or even temporary deprecia tion in market value, does not exist. From the earliest developement of our present railroad system, we have earnestly endeavored to do justice to all interests. Without fear or favor we have condemned the dishonest and given credit where it was due. We have frequently shown by the strongest array of facts and figures that railroad companies were in solvent long before they ceased paying dividends. We have shown by official reports that dividend after dividend has been carried Into construction account until It became so unwieldly that further disguise was impossible; and last, but not least, we have the fa< t every day presented that thousands have been, by our strictures and our investigations, preserved from ail the horrors of poverty and want ?that helpless age, that widows and their innocent little ones, have been rescued from the hands of grasping speculators, nnd been able to preserve the competency a life of toil or the promptings of aflcction provided for tbem. With su< h convictions, the insinuations of stock speculators pass by us as the Idle wind. To show that we are not alone in our views relative to the policy pursued by rail rr.nd companies generally, and that they ore in ac cordance with those > ntertiined by one of our m >st cautious and shrewdest financiers, we give from the last report of the Chicago and Itoek Island Railroad Company the remarks of A. C. i lagg, Esq., Its trea mir< r, on thi - subject: ? Although our road baa commenced und?r vty'ir aide aviapicea. a* to 'he extent Mid produetlTWneHa of it? hn*in< ?* the price- it whic/irallr *d a??uritian genera lly km -? ]'] id th> market ought to lead n* to in jiilr# and irrtililn whether tin pre-otit depre- -e 1 fooSlti'.n of t he?e ?< < uritiei i- not owing m"re to a wide dcpartuin from I)*- ?li' lnMnn rulc>. liefne referred t<> ibxninnii the *?? rarity of the money pre*, ure, or tin Inlldelity of '.on ur two pioiuinent per- n< on wli'in th'1 public confidence Si.Tifr to-tcd in relation to nil arrange rrienW conrw- led Willi I lllli The great financial error Iri the railr .ad ayatem gen emlly, iwrni to I?t that Dm eonatrnclton %? ount i? per. mitfcd to run with ih<* road, *h?NM, when the road I* e< mplcted and in operation, the eonatruetfcm account aboold be atopped. Another error ia In creating (Ux k which la not re pre tented by the mm actually e*p? nded in the oonitructi u of the r<?d or in it* equipment. If the money oh. tin*! on account of the bond* and *t<>ck laeued in faithfully ap plied to the conatructlon of * railway. the owner of th? ? lock and b ? nd would, in mn#t caw*, have a r?n?inable guarantee for * jnat remuneration i n the aum? a (vmra-l. When a new road la in -occe-tfnl operation. the claim* of th? "t<rfkholder? for a diridend of all the earning jrond running e*pen*ec are rery atrong , and oflc i the de-ire of profitable nperatlona by inflating tne at - k lm a ill atr nger influence In producing large dividend*. A* the aloek hecomea de?irahle, erery re>jnialUori f >r an incieaeed ei|rndlture ia promptly met hy a new n>ue of tk. "the laault ta, that at tn< and of fl?eor ten yea<* the capital atock on which dlridenda are to t>e d?-lei?d la foind to ba doable what ft waa underatood to he at tha t n.e the r<*<l purported to be tnliM And the atoek hobler* after luxuriating for yeara on 10, 1 1, an 1 15 jier cen' dividend*. with en oc<! cttra d i*i b n?l in -'.ick ara Informed that a dividend will be paid to them pmrtd*>d they will taka tha amount out of a new i -ua of at.*:* or bond* at par. T1ie aeverity of the time*, and 'b? Illegal laane of a limited amount ? A atock have produced invea>ijr*tl?n. ? n>1 de? eloped the great arrora in the financial ma iagw li, cot of the railr ad ayatem generally ' m-nene .g i per all' -n? a' the tiry time of theM> deiai.,j,etiienU, ?Ivall we be l>eld blamelew* If wa fail to correct the error* wb h now n.uat ba aptairent aran to Utowe wbo hare been t*mpt<d to cntnmlt tham'' If the ??r^ abore KUgyaete.1 ha 1 baeti generally ad ' t ed fifteen year* ago and flrmly adliare-1 ta it w .??! I haae aarad a hundred million* of dollar* U> thoae confiding m n who have aided the** imprxtant ImaroTawienta by put ting their monty in tl,*m. And, re*tlng on *uch ilaual an't firm f?*i*, the pnb!,a eonCdanca In tha grea' miaa of railroad *ec?fttia? could not hawa baen a? completely broken up and lu Withering in1ae?c^ eitende>i to twen ty thotiaand m.laa of th>*e wo'ha rnn~*4*' a'lllfy, tn terw<T*n wi'h all tha tmalnea* interwat* of the country. ??ntlai to thei- *?cea*a, by aa arei ImM milliona of dollar* conftne< U) a tiagle raif<a t *ii'/ mUea tn lenf We yw terday gave a statement showing the pro ductiveness of the Chicago and Book Inland Rail road for the six month* ending Oct. 1, proximo. The a bo re remark* of Mr. Klagg show that if he practices what he preaches, the treasury of that com pany will not, ao long a* he hold* it* key*, be drained of its last cent to pay dividend*. The Galena and Chicago it another road managed upon proper principle*. It i* not often that we ugree with oar contemporaries in regard to railroad management, bnt in the Chicago and Itock island and the Galena and Chicago we fully endorse all the Tribune ha* said of their productiveness, <Vc. We have carefully examined the figure* of the an nexed statement which appeared in the Tribune on the l'.tth iuet., and believe them to be perfectly cor rect bo lara* they go GAUMA AMI ClIK-AflO RaIIJIOAO. May 1, 1866, surplus on band *115,754 Groat earning* for May, 1866 iJ ! * , 1 0*1 Gross earnings lor .lu ne, 1856.,.., 226,000 (Jross earnings for July, lH.'ifi lR5,y.& Gran* earning" for August, 1865 206,881 (.'rod* earnings fur .^eplcinlier, 1856, estimated. . 210,000 Gross earning* for October, 1855, estimated 3.10,000 Total 81,040,006 Operating expenses ? May, Jnni' nn<l July (official) >2 JO, 5 10 Aiiguat, September ami October, ?nil mated a 250,000 Total W70.Mil Six months' interest on bonds 0o,.'I?5 ? 530,911 Applicable to dividend* for first half of present Iim-hI Mar 81, 10), 725 Front which th? company declared ami paid a dividend in August of 6 per eent 275.000 1'robable surplus November 1, 1855 $834,726 Tlie earnlnijs of the second half of the year will doubt less exceed the lirat half by a considerable cum. Calling it, howevor, the came, we ham the lollowiug result:? Gross earning* for six mouths emliiig May, I860 ?1, .180,012 ?Surplua on Nov. 1, 1856 884,726 Total It, 216, 087 operating expenses, cay $470,540 Interest on debt 66,308 $530, Otl UuLuncc applicable to ilivideml* II, 078,000 The capital of thi* company I* 11,500,000. It thus appears that the net earning* of the company during the present I Weal year, with the surplus in hand at its commencement, will be, equal to fdHy ttco per cent. Iu the above statement no calculation is made for the interest the company will reccivo during the j'ear on it* large mirplus. We o itimato tliat item at about J 10,00i). Thi* road has l>enn very productive from tlx; lir*t year's operation. The fol lowing table show* iti condition and .^usine.u duritig each of the post six years : ? Caikna ASU ClUCAI'O IUiluhaii. 1 '<ir iiutiny Utilr.i t 'l fri <li I 't ffn Mnu 1. tipn 'lud. S'nrk. JM4, nj annr> i i. lH-'S) 26 $ 2 .1,330 $176,020 ..v, 185 1 42% 332,007 ll'.?,827 : 8<2 185 2 62 4 11,10.1 00,145 4!'.? If 5a (XI L8?2,55? M-,'.'H7 30 ? MM 130 'J. Ii82 1 00 1 5!>7 .!5d 45 185 5 107 4,334,800 8, ISO, 822 46 X Qnm Htmittgt per Jf'iy 1. mrningt. Utile rmmtitd. IHridrn<U, Siifpl tM. If* 50 >48,332 81,033 10 p. e. $1,152 185 1 127,085 3,(04 15 " 12,854 185 2 177,928 .'1,408 15 " ,|s 115 lHf,;t 482,(i0.i 6,356 20 ?? 0.1 ?.i3 1854 7W.014 1,140 21 " 175 194 185 6 1,600,710 7,1.48 17 ? 316, TM The total amount of dividend* paid in the six yrar* previous to May 1st, 1855, was !W percent. In -Angtist thi* year, a dividend of five per cent wait paid, making a total of 10!) per cent since May l*t> 1850, leaving a surphi* in hand on the 1st of May, 1 *55, of 1315,754, equal to an additional *even and a half |.er cent on the capital. It will therefore be rccn by the above statement that this road lias not paid high dividends for one year, but that it has paid them from the start; and we have no doubt it will become more and more productive every year. This year, It can pay twenty-five per cent on its capital, and leave about >750,000? equal to seventeen per cent ? In the treasury at the close. The Hartford Ttmr? of the 15th inst., contain* the following edito rial article in reference to this road. Hartford nth" crntrc of an immense capital, and we have no doubt the shrewd moneyed men of that city and vicinity have l*een lucky enough to get hold of Ihl* stock at something below current rates.? fiaivvt Ira CnrMD lUnanm. The (lulnil mi'! thini^o hail road tpfMri to tftka the lead of all Wc*t?rn ruilroad* in it? re ' ipt-, and, in f.i- t, of vyrrj other railroad In the country, if the official HmUiI/ mtrment* of lli eiri%ii are corrnct^ iej,o t ed. 1 tn receipt* in Anfftiat v if tSu.'i mi i total c >it up to this tinm of rather Ic-i ihan #0,00(1,000? or larger than the rforiyli of the Mlnhlpii Pout hern or Michigan Central rosin on twee a larga a ar.d mat am) torn time* a* large *? tli< *e of tlm Cleveland ftnd Toledo on a i- -oat at p:e?i iit (500 (?i0 greater. To mm the mum proportional* amnnnt on I'- rout, thi New York Central ah' ulil rr'-ciTi* at len l } 1 100 1 0 a month. The reeeipta of lb ' (.alena r"iul for Aug'."t allow an increase of 1C!0 | it rent for U'J I mile-. of mad. iiTnr th' earning* of 18f"> mile* of roail Ian'. yiar, and ?*ed the ?<IImIM or eapectatlnna lor the month, *et down by the director* in their annual r< [*Tt, ftftfl.eOo, or more than on" thl->l. The r <?>?? i|it? for May in re t 11 tXiO, in .1 me S&5,000, in July I IH.'i :n0. in Augn't 99M,H0Q? two of th>w Mii( w lift t they rail tha dull' at railroad month* it the Vt<t, anil all about 10<l j-??r 'Tit over I. iet year. Tha reoeipta (or 'ipli in l? i and < if lobar, on I he n-w . nip, a rat x .acted to Ik- at IcMt $"25<>,ii00 for ea< h moo lb. The aurj.lm i amines (if tha rnafi alter dediinttftf tha di*l t?n 1* pull, already ?lr?d $i*/0 t*iO or lrt i#r < "nt oa ita capital ?t"ck, and tlm name rata of earning* for the rant of the year added to tluir anrplua. would produce a dlvi t'-nd of 26 |ht nnl for Ihe your. If the eitrniiigt are only ?Z, 100,000, allowing lifiy per cent for rnnnin ??'?(' n-<", though tbey an- only called 46, it learn tl -'iO.'MJO of nut profit. For tha flrat three r< ri the dvM nd* on tbl* road average.l 15 per rant; fir tlie- laat three yeara tbey bite averaged iO | ar ?nt (or ea h year. an I no* I' ? ncrea.-" .1 receipt* ovet laatycar are ?!atn1 at lOOpereen' with only 10 |er wnt nn-re !? ngth of road. W* advtrt to It herauee it aeem* to he a rt of a 'Option to alt other railroad aoncema at 'he Wi ?t. in gr<ntlr ln?*p a?in / it< airniiiK per niij'' a- i'? lanH*th h" ii"en lnrr?*M I. fhi pn f?nt i ? . .|pt? jier r .It'1 *r? i> lal to lb in of n- oral ?.f ib> le*t t'jif . in ri.?d? whi b law ec?l thraa t. ohm aa mi >b per in lie The rnnatrat ? ?roiii(f by Ulit imul .fa arei* fir?" of profit ? ?er any olli'-r rmlroada* the Weat. i? a-etllied to I be fa ! o< I < bavft. r ft virtual iii'innpty "f tha tmnnixirtfttlon ? f a br ad ai vary r!rh l?'!i of r.inn tiy ly i '? ha tare a ( Jn< ign and tha Mian ? dppl. N ?' i.av lf>K, lik- m< it othar Wantern iBilr?<*d?. any lake, -iri-r, <n i-?nnl 'i in[ eMtion, or any rlral roid* ^l i-ooteu4 wlt'i, it ?MHMail bigh rate# lot ll< freiabt aihl llinl AtniOi{ oth "ii all liama of' SfjamiHura it !??>? paid ale- ?' !'? >m??i to attlnffvMi an air bm? w ileh bad lie?m projeeie4 ?>/ 'o? New York n? n to n.mj?-'i' wi'b it. If tl,. ? I n ?' tlia ?to>t nnpritti ipk d lying in the nflli-UI ni l* ? 1 y i < ?( u rut ? f I" rft^eipt till* remarkab'e ut' n earning a vaat ly inrpcr per eaatftg>- of protlt on iu e?|-i: tl than any o'l er rallrond ever projected. 1 1 e iTsonthly atalemeiit > of rnorniotii r?"i |p?? pub' b el by 'ha director* .f the linl ut anil (Jiiea, go road )ni?ft a':ra' t< I our at entlou b la1 -e th?y amount pneiMtly to thi* ? tha' a load win h la year earned t ?en?t per eai.t on It* eapl lal. wb IW> riltl* of eowyleied road. ba< for the laat four moath* ineraa ail tt? narnin/* aiiout nim ;y p- rent ore* M,e ?am>- month* Ia*t year w *. . ..nly -i\ mile f C'Tiipletait road. On the ni p., tlon that n oln .1 ?tatetnant- ofi irfting ate 'hi , it f 11- w - r. aa u r<.,?t !'-r I t r< nj'" tara, bu( of ft|> Htftte 'lemon r' ?' o Ihn 'f eight | ' r eenl toekf like tha Mlrb'.gan and New York Central ftf*- worth 10<) tbe <e >f the 'ial ni r id i ?elllng more than eighty p. , eent t? iow I re?| Tal i The Hirtforl ami N< w II iren i anotter a-mml and >.ife rjilmad? on? in whi< h a DM r^wi iavi it hia i pitftl with a ^naraoty that he wiil get k -el divitli Tula, regularly at tlx- a|ij?<iiiite.| time. It i ?lK>tit the only properly manap^l railroftd In N'ew l-.r.p'land. Tlie aaauted statement t .vliil.ita Ita jfnwft and net ffttning* for the fl-cal yea- emllng Aaguat 31, 1H56 lltmrran **n ttgw Ilntv Rf a o llecriaad froai"aang?m M4i,X\T 71 |i" do. fritrbt 2.V1 Ut I' lxr do. KiftUa, renta, Me .... Y7-! U ?" O i>Ut * . Conning e*pe?*ea f 'Jl , 1 Intereal i.u le nda i i? IflT Ot Net ptollt IflK ! at.i 7T ? ?> r thirteen jar rent rm the raj rial *?' > 1 h following *ytKip?i? of tbe pro win/' at the *to< kholdtra' meeting and of Uie aon^fti rtport, ?? Uk' fir m the Hartford 7t*aa* The regular aerni annual i! r 4??id "f f!*? je- mi wa Voted petal .? on tba l?t >?( 'irtaber a - an e tra <ti?! dand of lite j4 r rent, mi; ? l/la on tke 15th >/f .U? ,?ry aetl Tbe r< (ular diatrtmd of 6*? tm real ? ;| alto tw iai I on tha lat of April net ' making a ? t?b -! ? n|en.| of Bft- en pwr raiftt fr?r ril on otb- Tl# m urntw< '4 the r>*t f- ? tba lae* pi ree year* f ?? e*| tai ?' 'k bate h?eo tblrtewn per eent i*r arinaai aft! the .orpl'.i earalnga ' ' re?er*? afte- mating Mm ait-? dttld> .,4 nett January amowM ?? ?"n.'.bi-,t orer iiv.,,, nit. r<>n, party r?e*rr ladtalge- inf thi* I'ekar ?'?r,k aractva " mm n With Waatarii rfttlrna>ta of BMkt ^ . 'i' t : t droda. Tha raport rtatad 'hat tire track ao<: wialpntrit of the r<?d ware In tha ka?t (?-"il,le ".rtdl'x.n, a?; Ut*1 tk> ("?ape, '? U-r a large an I rteady in- r~a?a f it# . and reeetpta frowi raar to taar, vera ri remc't f art Ihe thro igh tearei by railroad betw~-n v. m /,*, ,r?t peai'r.a I* ' ruUntlf ? r? 11. a t?er*ftae titalthrteM ?? the lw>p-> t?.t rbararte- rt a'nmi'^'t h :?d 11 1 larr* rteatp'. ? f tha p*>t yetr dor1a< a ?? a >n af at. ?moat wapreaadealed eoatraetiaa ia b ,M-*m ant m.a ? lactate aad pwaaa* tn the ta-<a* a- a t, th?w that the proap*Hty of tbia fOnr?rn U foandrJ on a. li mm of my pNt u?t unusual stability. The annexed MUtemeut exhibits the quantity and value of foreign dry good* entered at thia port for consumption, for warehouse, itnd also the witlidraw ala from warehouse, during Uit- week ending and in cluding Thursday, Hept. 20th, 1H66:? UOVKMKNTH IN FoUll* J>Ht I.Oul*. Mnb:r< J jur < </>uun>/ifvxi (Juonlity, Villus. Mamifarlurt* of Wnol 1,'ilH f.1jO,V7'J " Cotton ?<? 1(2,812 " Hllk H.',7 X0rt,?7? " Vlaa 171 44 711* Muwi'lb MM li.. .'HI Total.,,., ri.oiH 11,3118, 7 Jt Wiih'li arnaU frwn War- A/mje. Manufactures of NV not -JOO tM MS " Cotton nr. 23, MM Wlk :tia M,MB " Ha* 1M 90.114 Miscellaneous lo?\ 19 719 Total... HbO 1171, MO KnljtrJ fur H'areKuiu/. Manufacture* of Wool 4 II 1'Vi " Cotton 11 IfJ ?? Silk 3 V,t3t " Klax M ?,7*3 Miscellaneous l'l .1,f>37 Total 117 $ai,37? Totul raise put on tho inarkst during thi?we?k . . $1, MO, 031 We have to notice a flight diminution in thin wcek'a business in dry goods, mining chlolly out of a decrease in the demand from couutry dealers, most of whom had previously supplied themselves and set out for tlicir homes. l/ocal buyers havo operated with but little aplrit ? their immediate requirements being the meaaure of their purchases. Notwith standing these circumstances have tended to influ ence the trade rather unfavorably, there has l>een no greater eagerness to sell evinced by fietorx; and prices for desirable productions have generally Isen snstained. The receipt* of seasonable articles are by no means large, though approximating to the wants of consumers and as there is in the main an ab sence of accumulating stocks, holders an- not listing confidence. There is a fair degree of animation in brown sheetings and shirtings utold rates. Bleached goods, suited to the taste of buyers, are pretty ac tive and lirm, hot other description* are quiet and languid. A scarcity exists of cotton flannels, which arc commanding, in lots, very full price*. Denims uiid drills are in moderate request, without ' h inge in value. Buck attracts more attention at hist week's quotations. Ginghams are sale ible arid steady. Lawns have not varied. Nothing of any monent has occurrt d in nankeen-, which are in price. Osnahurgi ere in demand at previous ttguret. Printing cloth1 ae< m lu better request, at strengthening rates, fa vorite modes of prints are freely bought at uiu li mg ed quotations. Htrlpes are abundant .and depre smj. There isa reduced supply in market of tick.-, which ore needed by jobbers at old prices. Woollen goods are moderately Inquired for, but holder* are dissatisfied with current prices, though prospects at present are not in favor of any material improvement in this respect. Blankets arc selling to a lair extent at former rute*. Carpets are active and lirm. We notice considerable animation in Cassi meres, cloths and d'?- kins within our previous range. Flannels, jeans and liaseya seem les^ active find rather languid. Mouslin de laiues are saleable and lirm, with a decreeing stock of the most popu lar styles offering. Sitinets are plenty and heavy. Bhawls manifest no new feature. Tweeds are brisk er, but not dearer. Foreign manufactures are scarcely a ? active as we hud occasion to remark in our last notice, but a fair business is still lieing transacted ls>th in Conti nental and British fabrics, privately and publlly, and for all s< asonahle productions importers and commission merchants are obtaining siiti-fuctory prices. There is an evidently limited stock of such articles here, and as the prospect is that the rec# ipU tin reof during the remainder of the fall will Isr <>n a very moderate senile, there is no anxiety apparent among holders to dispose of what they at present have on hand, unless in such irMan< es as their own claims therefor arc fully conceded. Tliei-e eircurn stances have sonic influence in restricting current operations, yet it is certuin the curse ??f business is reasonably satisfactory to ali parti?w, and the ex lac tation is that the year will dose quite encouragingly for such as ha\e not lieen imprudent or extravagant iu the management of their ult'air*. ??<m k Eidinni'r. 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W at rtV* Itr all tpa*'** 1 r?I h f from I* 12 a IO 'ikif W. fai'jrknd Ira *k??li o'lanad I:)*, ? lli a ??|w'l drtiaad. wlitl* prima ^ualr laa ??ra arat ?. j h? MM inrlndlr^f ww#l?r|liH to?? of I 'ppft lata tail MU' ? In- ? m U>< ?f<?t aal to arriir rwM ? tit I 'W % 40>t*.< ivlvlad It vli^li a^ra ' |,|?r la?? i. rrn -<? >| >" f at 41 a 61 '? w.n'?r d a' Ii *0 ? ?lUm r?<i, ?t 61 6b a 61 '? aad altitr Ol."., ai 62 06 ai.d d> . I .r, .?? d" at t.'ft.1, trim Mar) laltd araa at M ?6 a 62 It. a r?' 10 Ir.*e4? ( tr?4lli *1)114, tn *'H?a fcj th< I'.'b '> ? tor ?wM at I'. 67 ? t? ?W tlfl'f vi l> >alM?l at? at 1,0 14? a 44,161 l?< .*?*??>?? >?J? ? at a 66?, ruiainv a' ti,? - '? tn?*4Ptm .III. ' f atr?l '??? -toU af 61 17 a 61 16, It4 ? lilt)* at 61?20 ? jith. < al ?? I*U ??r? it. ft- 4 ai.1 tba u? 4*1 a( lAt a O In -lata at>! WHtot <? r?t. ?a* i) at r?. ?a ? ? ? ti ^ to a hatidtol l?f? at ?tof.aaf-l r?t?a !<*??: ' Uti >?f. at 10 k? and a rm.ll ?"? ? ' Haia^a if at 12r. i <n. ? _T>w I- ? ???>.? an I lh? ??tot nrr.l.'a-d a?w.r?t ? '** ??>? al rath?- "flUr rata*, r turn 1<V a ! ? f r ?n4d4 I I ? ?at. *, ?4 r.a ' . !fc? ta? ra ? ' tta ?a.|??> >/ i^aa i< MUa. ? I ,? Ilr. ? a ?d m d r* to.' Varllf r?a?> <?* tha' .'a, ,M *?'? "tod at tit* * ? Hf-im, ? t uli r?ri- im a?-? artto* aad ftrtnat To li*aryrx.'> a'-at :< ? ?' ? :# "? ''?? ?to? "K**! a?Mi '1% Vara . 1 ut toi.'k aad |-?C at WI a Hf< a?I 1,'M bVb H-mr at . . M '?? <*dt a 1 IM. a V4 ??? toaaan l? 4 1? Im? i> n l.t??to Ik it ?n?at ?<-m ?? Ik. I ?| otl r.k# at 4? aad S '?t . '.tot t.-t Wt,?t< * li?t?y . at : ? *d. a *a Tolla*;* *t?, i,',? %tn.t w ?ta ? aft at "to ?ft(a vat at lid, aad -- M?a at ?(4 fv ? v?a ?o tUtO Vi ?>.Uv ta ra'aa Wi Qkati 'ata >i Amnlm Facir-? Alxiut auo bean* VI R ralaiaa wore mU M $2 76 a $2 80, and 10 mm leghorn citron, at 21o. Hat ? Thm market m *te?dv at 7 Or ? 75 e. Hon icy ? Hale* of 6 hhda , a tier?. and 7b cub vrtt* Bade, (duty pah!,) at p. i. 1MB. ? The Mrktl wna analer '>*]<?* of rocnisoa wM made at Me , and of lamp at 91 20. l*Ar> ? The market waa etill active Wu, lnftu*nr*d IV ? aperulaUv* movement. Th* aal-? *mbrar?4 144 ton* Spaniab, nt ?H#m pig* tiaieoa, at 0% a e*.c. Mdi -H tV. ? The market continued Arm; 140 bbla, Now Orb-aa* gulden 'jriup nM at 44c. ; and 60 <lo. augar Unaaa nitla?*e?, nt ?h %c. Naval Mrvkta ?About .00 libU. *pfrlu turpentln* warn aol.l at 47r a 4V V and 000 bbla. Wilmington rueln, at ?1 bO | ?r ;'.10 It. iH'lUm a. I'ai'tauoM). ? lurk ? About 300 n 400 bbla. aft maaa *old at $32 26 a $22 37 . aad 1,0*1 bbla. prlui-, deliverable Iti n II IbU year acller 'a option, *old at lift. Crime on the *pol fur iinnn>. ate ?I'll* err win- at $21 37 a 921 60. Beef ?'unturned unit* firm, wvi rlo?*d with an upward ta? dcncy. Hafe* wi n- i i* It- of a l.i. u I 240 bbU. at $11 I# a $12 fur couatrr inline, am". $13 a $1 1 do. lor mean. N me -<*i & :?KJ btiU. ?i tern te |i:u kc<l were reported at II# a $1? (lO. l-uid wa? linn With aalen of *oni* UN hid*. , lair to prime, at 11 \ . a liic. t ill meat* werequiet. A purchase in 1 nxj Umv nt ? city Ice cured lia.m wa i ?nail* at life., dtllitrHl. Rh k ? The marks'. ?hl?h wa? dull (or miiw '.lme paat. ha* become niun1 active. namjnencc of |>rt< ??? ha . lag declined from ?? a >,<? which Induced ei porter* te P.urop* to ci mo forward, ant ?..>n to th' ntW of 700 a H00 pat 'kage> have bean ina<l' UmiiI ftf.O . f which were on in Watt li nn*, and ? ?* ca L* new n>.p ut b 11 11, aat the balance at fty^c. a 6\c. Th* mail ? ' ia una barn at good rice, wind. la wanted. , Si iiAMf Wftr miiat. Nilrn WM* rmtricte<l to .100 a 4M hlnla. I'ubu wilhoiit chau)'* In |nlro* Sim ? An Invoice of iiiinenUi, ol 214 l'ug?, waa *olil fur r\|oit at nhout 9J^c. Tliera ia mi'ither hit f 2IM ba(* alii it brld at h.((l><'r rate*. Tkax. ? ' n.o aah< of ten* ww well attrn<le<l au l qf Ixdtrr <| unlit ic , jir. lt* much nil on the catalogn* ?%? a?ld, without malarial chanff" In price, from *alca ot hollar grade*:-' Imp rted [km *lti|i lti-1 llauntlat. Ire ? Vi uiix lit on ? .12 ball eh**ti, at 4-!1," ; K:ti|.i40t^ 111 >lo 40 113^o nl ,|o:tR; ?l do 37 . 30 <lo do 36; 44 do 36; }7doM^; H>1 <lo 84; 31 <h> 31 S, 214 da 31 122 do .10 1 j 400 do 'JOM; 203 do 20, 70 do \'M , Hi da 27i,, i o. to 27 43 do 20; IO?do26>,, H3 do 26; 37 do V.:'. -JUft .III 23 <13 do 22^, 4ft ih 22, .'W do 21 S. 'JO da 21. 61 <lo 17S, 17ft do in. lmtxTlal-'Itt half chr?ta at t,fu so do 63; -".'.to 61, 0 -h. IV H ,lo M, :ifl do 4fl; 11 do 16, 23 do 44; 17 do 3ft',; 14 do :6>, 27 do :t6, I drt 32 lldo.'MIH, :?t do Ml, 32 do 2".ii; . M do 2#, H2 do 29 K; 16<to28, b? do 27 , 4 do '20%. 1 do 20; 6 caaa* do Wl, 1$ do ft7 Uuripowilcr ? 24 half ch*-la at 3V. 21 do iliH. lly?on Hkm ? 30 fbciit* a t .;vv 14 do 31, lu do 37: M4a 20',, 6T. do 20: 20 do 11 % , 22 do 17; It do lb, Xt half do 26; 17 do 16% I1? do 13, ;i3 do 11 Tw .'.kaj II half cl>? ?ta al ru. V , 24 do 3.-l 7U do 2'l 67 do 24, 40 do It; <*B do Wt llOd >20. 6 I do 10; 00 do 1H%; 66 do 17%; 13bdi. 17 :u)dol4>,. 7l<io 18. tk.lou* to half . h?ta ,.l IHr 30 do 41 I,, 41 d" "14 ISO do 3.1, 63 da 12; 01? do 31 361 do 30. Tohai < ii l? <|'ii(e hrlak. 1'arrela <.( n .(iialltjr, of aS (fraili ?, are irailily *(-t!lng at full pr|c*? 1|ie' ?lo*ln I c'o'le lf.l hh'- I .it urk \ and May?*ll|e 7\c *11%*.; ' '.t) do., atauitbm In.., *>*?,. k? h :>Jt luliat ! Havana, 24c. a 47 21 .' do. I nt.. .'I a ? k: , 67 do. i Y.i' a ' c a ' ^ : I- .< II- ?' . > 1 ' W ii ?? i v.? i ale of al? ut iiOii a 4oo Mil ?*>?* m? l?, In ehidli.g ld>:> al a 40c and prl-oii at 10!,- IU Wi.i'i A i * ? : i ' nil rket en t> tlicfe ni; a f?4? ?h maud fi < m ion?i man, and hoi l?r? rood?rat?ly Oraa, ) but t hv i e UJIJ. *i? t I I* n . i.i.'.Uil ,i k ."m on Awloa arc 1KI hull i all! .ruli unwuhrvl. lie, t I '? 2"K) do. aa li'd < ordova 21c. a V and 16? il wa^h* I < '. c ? ?ii ? >i? m n hv III dor. I'. 1 1 lie.-,* I'HIOOillta. 1. e In i'ii *1,1.;, al ji: H ruiigli.,; f< , Vk-. lu U? (e r lb., Ci h. Knnnly Mm Ui tlnf{. B1TA1L nana ui l a l , M PIIODVCK IN *A I1IMJT0* , MAKKKT. Tin' tjiA' kr! i n nil. I ir't.'i all kind, of nulilctoti* and da J llriou* fr. il* and vcgrtablaa I', m na f? In her (flory, an J i >ery *lall m oirrlndi n art I ov< . nnli.* with the pruilun . f the flcl l a n l the g i ? den. ^ *1 prlc?" aro not a* low ? i tliejr *houl l !?? fh? market l.xifca pi- aaaat ta the eye r.nd tempting to tha painl* hut It la an) thing Inil a ? ' i torlahln | romeo.i'le for tho** wb" aia ble?*e4 with h' nrljr affMrtlle*, and cur>iil with coriopoodingly lanky pocket book ?. Mett I" not vary high, coruparad w 'lhwhatlt h>? Ki ll yet II r. ut> a pound tot lUKf ntialuil* aarlalnly too much whao wa l??ar In mini how abundant fo<liie r ?.f all feted* I*. I rult l? phu iful, ta4 nave In tho >ingla varir'y ol |'* h, very dear, llah In it. hixhi r prlee< than it hat. U fore at any other Uraa U>t* aaajnrn. Oyatern at* gaing u(T at a rapid rale V age tablr* though plentiful are dear, with the ?injle etcep tion til yotatce* whl' h ran lie had for 12 nhilllag* to M ?hilliiiK i per barrel. There l? little el*e to note. UK AT*. 1 H-irf roa*t i*-r lo 014 a ? !? Hlb, roa?t, prime ? a ? la Itih chuck ? a 0 I* Hiloln *tcali* 0 14 a ? 14 I'oit.lbou*' *ti*k* 0 It a ? Itump ?t?ak?. . . Oil a ? ri*t< ? .nd navel- corned ...... . u OS a 0 !? Mutlloii. |>er lh 0 10 a ? ? I* r i ar< a. ?' J-? r lb 0 OH a 0 00 Iamb? 11 " 0 00 a #1# per lb 0 II a o litf . V.-al? ' 0 0H a 0 U Veal, fore quartern, per lb ... a 0 M lliml >|uarli m ?' ? a 0 U Veal cull* t " ? a 0 li I't'lk. fre-l, per lit 0 10 a 0 It Ham . riiokt'l |>ei IU O 14 a 0 14 Miouldcra " 1 W a 0 14 M.le. '? - a 0 It fide pickled " ... ? ' ? J wU '? - ? 0 04 HinoVrd Wei ' ? a 0 It a, -e. " - a 0 14^roa>?g< ? ? a OA T. lie ?' 0 0T a 0 ?4 lard ?? - a 0 II ro VI TUT AMI OA WK. Turk rj$, |?r lb <? I f k- t*m* I* r 1*11 . ( lilt ki II ? M J.?. '? do., " !(? ! In* | ?r 4 ??.. W .k ' W ild I'ldgi on p< r 6ot, mj>? . " I'l'/frr, " ni' ?'n. ii H>. Km* " , . . 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