Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 4, 1861, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 4, 1861 Page 2
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ARRIVAL OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. ONE DM LATER FROM EUROPE. QUICK TIME ACROSS THE ATLANTIC Six Da j s from Cork to Cap* Race, and Nine Dnys Four Hours to Sandy Hook. Tlie Blockuil? Question ami Cot ton Crisis in Hu&lund. The ZLcbel Cause Advocated by the Abolitionists. Sailing of Spanish War Ships for the* dull' of Mexico. England Objects to a Bonaparte or Bour bon for King of the Country. ANOTHER ADVANCE IN COTTON &c., Ac.. &c. The tcrow stenmor City ?f New York, Cn-it. I'clric, w!iii-h united from f.iv ? r }?????! .it noou on tho 23il aa<l lrom Q'.PCMtown on t !> 21th till., mrivcl nt (?'auily H"oJc nt half twsf oighl o'clock <>ii the night of &ittir<iay,>Kov :!? Tho City of New York bt in ;? ?81,280 in specie, coti a it follows: ? irc.tfto & U iltzcr Cjo.cxi't Thomas Dtmlrnm t .'.'so To tn' A 'leva,'!, from i'ariH .?i tl,. -4tU ar'oc^r'^L-" Trouinrv 'h,,t ,?L'" on A Tin !., (U patcli of n4th ?1(K 'Hi'1 b'i ,.' have in*' ?ilt, v* .. I am! lull; Jim' , ' ,} lr" < ** ?win infented wit? brigaii^^ fBo*l?n?d .-.rri The ,,y f!l0 Cify V? v Vork h iH M i "?l ,n Ji",'n P"1"^? comincr.-idl, IU, am-.*, and liticAi by l?,o t-1, graphic revon , r the Boruasia offr, L or telegraphic advices fr. in .???5lWn .irc.hoivj '?lie il.iy later, while ii, ir Jilcs i>, (lf ' J..'1 ? day* later, and v-ry ^MgVrZ, of themiw ir.iti, tU?- l'.i'h t? ti.uiM The Cork Exnminrr oi the -_'4sh oj October *,,v.s _ oc^f-r 21. to i.iici i.-au u?r. M, . o'l}, ,. ,,r .... , ' , ^ ? "" M:. M. ii^her wl.i. ; I w 'u boitli, nnd l.roroetU to . "tainst the ^nu,rM,r: t,c:jTa, 'Ui k?*i?tl.o c?xu}vorv<\ S!,i(s in i 1 ?!, be ?b!l' lo oHi?r8 his own .-?? vuu ^ ??? ? r* j. , i (>t!rion w*! iu rt>r.!;Srwu Ujeb;"i Tha Examiner adds ,i?r '.?i um?.ir ,iiP ???,* that .r not -Kin. .?? .5 V f' ai"' " \v..rli, . to,. Au.or.Va 1 * ' ,r"!ttra '? ???? be Me.lia.Lr A deputy or .he SpaniahCortc.,, ?rho has been travelling ' l" s#jr ">".<'*i?g to tha dirtresa i? Ireland,!. vJk i!Uw,Ty l" ,0??? laborers Tor railway tlie'fc^n, i i11"' H ?? they WW he all C.itholJ p.?ri ??> ??*. ? ??. Tl.e oo?tn of .|,e Gn-at Ew.ern h.ro been aJvertim-d ?r ??te in Cork? S,00(j ,on,_hm no ouo ha-l tcnUc cj \or h?m on (be 24th tilt. r TJwHaoovorh.n Hlnl-tcr of Korean AflhliH iu)g pwodtothflRovernmi-m. of the <;,rlllan O.ntViler ,a.m e'cr-v immediately construct a ,?o?w W Kunho*,* 10 proportion i(B ini|KirUtlcc h general tro.,ury?f th. ( , l? "?n' V'c K"'" ?r "atirtvor it.uu.Uto Coa?trwct twenT* ?^b.>?tS f-T the defence of the Kibe, the W,s..r ?lttl ?,e V""'n:r "f 23" '"?imoeonnrm., d. now of the <,!**.?* KaiUrti ?v<.r ,ho diin^se r, |lttl)1 Uek ioT>r?Tr ""'V* ^ T",lr ,MVL' f"0" drireii * "''Wwa v uSipiaia g Thilnt JZZVZ""" ",l"- ^ *? SSlJiSKS eii#M,vw ^ ^^ltnrrw1LVJ^ZbUr,r0^,,,e iWi?r ^?'D T.^r0'^' t",'- b;11 d^ve<l. thi <ti?w .int ion ^i .j dir<.t.tLQ_ |, ''urs ?"??'"inciajt ?tude?t,:?, the l~lre~!i. A . wl-'u l" '" <? tui.,1 in aocordMHre <ri h'.in. i atioi.t to he rejourn. Jpwawv'to the "no." mSr^lTui^ra " that Ue artnr o.cht t., Vmjhto Mhu' r^g 'hMn l,W Uth"^r, 1? ueu. afternoon. ,.?v ii>5" ? ... i ??<1 tn the Taxis, who iHUvj^iJ* ^ To.i -h mui-h mtepe-M |f?, n 1 "''"'J'/J -??eii(e,l of the Seventh. Rruish . n t- !!!"!Y V k,?c"' (1 ,>at-' " n remained <m tl 5; J ; ' W,K> w,"r" a' drill, M<| tk?? ' ,l1' ,or ?"n e ' ">e ?ai< l?,K The Louden W or the M ,* o, ?,Ur says ?_ from illmvu H?' 'un!shm\v'/ |r<,illBnIl ii)ani vented from fnk? ,j?. , j, . pre at the ant...*] ( /o ''ro"! 9"'! WtH-k ) of the ? ? r?rd K W,M.| ] n ? hw the liquor t raffle. ^ -Vlii.inte for s ipj reaMog The Grand Jury t tbf S?rr-v ( island) <x *n~r 9? S75SS^rt" ? ? r.?.n and stv-ai vestrymen of Lambeth for a i ?r,n. charge the <lef,..;?n,- wi|! ' r breaking np .he Pa,!,. ?t,;,r ^ ^ feudania with ,????), |r?,k, ,?,ft.tl f r^* ,h ,|" offeciing tbt -Mi?|bb>crs- W *"jrlMiS' 4,f The of tike. /?:? ^K?V QUH? TfK Ai ttiM IHK Ar?AvnW FHOM ctKkio n.;h I ot vtii'iv "'lv '"-v* AND rout mruH TO 8ANT.Y .too/ K^'*" We have be , following very im-reMing'reur of exceeding); r.-^d ,^>?ge (?? concluded by ih" ni" steanwhipayofXew Yon, . J n' ft l^wn, to w p-rt - TilO )}ri*h fl-t? Utiph ft) /''if *? r,r ? from Mvpnol, (?. ^ ork?( "F'tain f'ctrle twenty-U. m.nnteg Lt ?,'WUT"' 2m Hook afha.'l -.?t , ?| i"' 1 . arr|\i>d it, >a.,?lv ber Uclx I .30 a, ^'-J-n P v "! v""'? north, dlu.t nix miles l", vie,. J I,g" l"'rv conaoquct of the heavy Koaihewi'^a ?. ? ? ? ?,T ? H lb0 c, or N? Oc?*23 Variable Lai. L"n. Jjil Oct 24 _ ? ? ? Oct. ^::::;vXnL'-s- ^lv- tlT* ^ t>ct. r .w v8" * IW,S:1 21.43 3111, Oct, 2: 8 K ??? 55 50 W.J2 2^ <(ct- 2 Calm if 40 Wf.2? *>6 Oct. ? S. K 4v;i4 <3.M :;0o ? , S-g " 47- J* 61 .Oft !i9jt 3 K' ?????? f>? 44 27 57. Ill iJov vvf#" ?s ?- '3 CP 27? w: ::::::n:k:.1,:.v. fi;; 40.:;s ??? *u Sandy j Slj di? Oct. 3 and 24 ? 1.50 1' 41 p.o ?: tl.r Ruck- 2.'l.r>. Ctirgltlii pilot ntf Belle li- . y 7 20, off S -nlh Slack. ? trong t.lherly kkI" i>n|! ram; ft a. M . ,.a e.t s .i iar: 1W?, Halle O.l'on light wnvl. Hiri citrnly . 12.41', ?(T Ro es I'ei.il; 1.2?1* il. , anehored oil Qij<.!.i Ut,,Wn, 4.26,?igh<.it nnd pro. . e.lt' l : 4.60, dtacbargr.i j,m,i . ':ocfii-l'oin( to. 20 w 'st ol Kannct Oct. j ? Ught wt-ft'tfly br. /e and heavy -,i .rlliw. -i a?a. Oct ft? light *ind nnd hw. . r westerly rw. '! Oct T ? Mod?rat? brear.n an l crw :>e? Oet.:8 ? i ,}>rlit airy and < lourly. Ocijt ? ("aim and sultry. )' tjO ? I.inht breeze and dmise f ;. Oct.fl? Light breew and dt-r,^ i r. ,v,. N'ovl-J.ij{ht bruozo, andslroug i rt ,.e. fcr-<-/.e .i,d c' 'ar. Kov 2? Vts-'h brnew and cloudy. Nov.'i Strfil.g gaie'iuii) uprk clovid/ woatl, r; S SO P. M., .lowed engines; mldnl?lit, ovuud'."! . eigbtvau fa i iouq8 , ".15. reseivad 1'ilot. ? OUE RELATIONS WITH ENGLAND. of ihr IritfM? Iloix-M or llie Ki bi U, ,tr. {*roin the if Ul,,ia Times Oct. 21.1 C'rr1: "Vi,1"nl lroln beginning or llin American Oil tor r U whou itiu li ro expo nation of oneKUoMu1 ;,h??"ut,,'T,,,M)rt<. b,M mu" ujit i .I, ' '"rK" ' 1"^ in hny.tiuiil. All Hi.it li'iH boon l*V,t .I w ^ NVhlrh m*?r hM ?>rouBht from Imliii. doubt,,!;. ".n * Alri '1 -1"'1 I'ta'-Mt. no . ' I ' i'u>r" *re grunt tleUls for cultivation, there* hi mi u.tii'i'" ""j indui-trlous to grow the , ? . ai'u ?M?U<?I '""I enterpriw' cuotiKh nt ilmuiin "i"' account. Hut nil tlii ? on, not ho ...i. H 'IfJf- < culture cannot lie uxiomporizodon h,ll,l'"i't ll?' mill.- ol Knglantl mi. I ,'?C ? *"?} *'"? Hhine an-l tlif NorUim n States of Ameri .vi r. V , ,h.u I'1 '"I'1'' '?>'?" h" to a ii''W or a more ? < " inf(.<t f?? (ihi/titicl ; machto^rv, in^!.filV'l",,''>' m"'' I r viiiiil ; r, euis must be in, 1' ? ? v ?*i I , lriui>|Kij "igaiiired, ami, a- men mouin barn t?row er,rt th,* iirt "I ri'iiri'u: Him variable and oft on J. ?t ?y(lt uwV! FP ,lt ' '' Uu' J '-?*? p aro probably the, i ' ' '' h bnaif the worlds r 1 ofctton. itiscai ? .i , ora i/th ?/ th ) /< j ,?? ,J //,<? i.rih/U isnji, are mteresM iimtir u?ty<rr urr. AH ttame, it hint bein 11 '''V ninn).', must ouo dav bogiai to feel i< n it . Vr i "i ,1"1" "M-rch-iwiiw. ilinre may t>e cot III tY 1.,' I?w !'i 1^* al , parts nr the wo, III, and it r.n , . y liUtiHtl.-laiw th.it all, ii- a m'Vi-" ,!,!! 't A-otlaml w ill bo .. V,, ; ' U l- -rurt'11 I'rodni-e; but wtutt w to Wlltt 'ly ? . I. ' "'I" "r f " 'Tt'" *?' Ulfl lll.MrrWbllo? tb rit tio.i. h' U ' " ""'"?l,!'y ramiii.wwli08.iH "two. t..r? J ,u baJf-time,'' ami Die:i tlio far ... .. . . ;'K niHilbei , while ilii'v tbiMH .i .? i ? ' ,'i W1""'|,r tlio |*iorliouHe or "olt ui" in ? ? . I In ,i tlii-r moKio inuiaf i, -hhhix tlioiu;-' riven, >? ? ' V'hhi .Vint,: lubmi'iil. i,j .t |?. Ki'ix ii|> at a l.,s.s ? n. tj, w |i|: all tboir burlli.iw, ,.\iji.|)i ivugcu. th<> sumo i "V.y Ul" l?" ?r litre# dajx work in It ii. not In Ik- (?shifted, (iiHrcforo, tlial tlia ) .?r M ill JI If> nv.iy Without mo.ho n./itatioti on tlio imrt ?< tlwaiiMo..> aid h .h ii., -riU d ii it;, n w?rH or tbo North. . > 'm 'ii ii in *<i,,t i/, a' Ihr I- j,,y. ,i (7j utiiotif) arrtiim :.v2 " h " ?" "e <<""? ? i . 'J' " ujfi ; fj,o jiiaaui'oeUirors I ' '' -;"iift>k- to he iml i.'OHut ib.it th ? g.-iii' ntjipi,. ?f t|ui , I il viliH'f1'!1^ w,iil" ;"'d all Kiiro |ie iiiMiighi into <ii, ilrtliv n' x>U\ ,' "pl' ' """ 1,10 ""il'iii'iiw ' I ; ' "f , tlio -v-rtUHhomd extend their cmy ?v,, ? . ! l>.' Who l, .Vel |.; ,:t, (| wh. ucouniilie to ' ,10 e , I ah'TtTalfV'?''" W ,! !" *""!','ves> have I; town, I 'V u,l"r 1,1 ,a: WW W i m.,j, liiivo hi mi Km lechn^'s 01 tli ? Mam hi-ter w, i Id , V ^ ? ?'? >liu* t''i?T ltu? I ? , ' il.lKl.lal-IVi-.-tbey l..ke il th a "??? ni 1. ? l'"" *'"w" 1 Aucrioa. ir iv 1 ,w f . ????wnvtiuie tii ? slaves, w!,v ?i, miii it 'IV. t.. . l>r.Mluco Wjurli .-lav rv Irli ,!ll ;? I liri;,*'ii'"' ,s mvolved in the .-m" ^Sv;, '"; f i"""ll fJ tliink , may W,th a h m to L f r ri,cir ?w?-,wtat? 1 lie m ti, atwbt tbe South a, getting their earg . zeroes In "Li;'1". ;! - r < i.a, u ,t?.u or . T l, 'i"'-"!'* ?',w'v" **"KTrati?an ? ' Ul ?> Mi/f a i aU' uor nt Sj'itbo?(i. ?r'ilTf'ii"' w ' ^ c "J p?rt$ U there/, re ? l i/f,h It'iiiHu ? i >t th- ?j'lr-ni' jmrf'i ? if,,, "r"."' , ",:'t Mich ,i vvinilil !?' talc, ii liy o ir ,/ ,r '? liiieiu tbey wi^|.c:l,a|w, hardly vontnre lo'hoiie hut ! tlio (t\ii c.uiuK. its, niriv disi< il-(. JK-. Ml.; "! .1, e North., lo tun,;. t? term* avj ,, J? ; ? ? "Hie war. Thus the iwo nil i. "w'h eh i"o those of whi. il We aro n. u Ki.-akii>.? l'lie ? ?.i., . .'t the war hi-sh-wri tt,t 1 1,.. 1 7inrp.ierite Se,|? ?2? nil , I by men wh,. h.,v.' iloe.i'v -it,,, . j, !,. t|,. I . he'Cwei v!'^ ' " 1 ' 1 ,in 1 H'i'o have Wwrdhig/vKho i?u he.i,i?'K, -ally Mutte rixht ia Uio |h,Ir.o i ;? | .v sT-Vi '""im'-ii1 ttoo InliJet'i^; to PttVanen,M,X waJnndS eru iiide|n<udi'iiee. ihe. .ire ?f t-.. ,i ' thai ntamjKiVjTi u h> l^ffin on a srnif, , E n>n e h/i I'Wijt 'io(( .?niH/.nr or two (ImhIv ti,,.*"-, ; a *:>K> hut trhvh inldtmtf f, ' ' H> 'a nivyiHhe' "wodd"1 l" n e rkiiUht V ftrrii that an? rnrl, r, ini', , ?u ffrrmmi ,? th, W u ?*? J, ?'"W /7? /" rutrrel. an t i,r M ,?r, 'ihnt 'vnn in nil wnuid rc.'ff .r inul.rm vm h *,n'L ?- ,i . 7' wvilzed tl ? ? afiwlerat.nas beillffereiu. we are ,,i h'ow- Tt ' t" "I1,"'1 C.f 00 d"jl" ?" 'I 'tiatr t? resis t ih? v'^ll 2 uT' V<U, ? ??'?"' itoZeTtfuZ v*.itvi tJim th, rrtnifn'.t^i trf Mi* counts v tke.just n,.roari**,4 tr? Americuru i . tim",^ <" \ !" !s- we r?"l Knvlv.U will ii,.i eomndt ' lier Tnfuiiit'u* Uirt*. Whcrn v #.r th-. v ??' K.i\e established aa afliinual b. ek.-ule Ih. J w,a fr? to Jr.v|i u ij|MTi'lK?.t iatrtrfeienc- ?? ? ,?' vHt.^xo^;ak"''.? 4, u.'^i^^n ;ui^Htryr,,-v erF. and tli, ,o i.ro not of^e'tanm TKn Thw u,.i,a?h,?K b j," i ' ,lf ?f w'v At-uav ,??tn ahoNM i?,w u?,'r^,<L bSvi-ude of .he ciws . We ?.,.ld ,^S r,;*' iroxurrm' nt < r Wu.ij.jr r ?(..,. ,, ?.. , .... ? 'he that fore*,, nate,,, ,f e t, ''XT'" o. ?t a-, r.m.h.l ?? r l.,le a ,..,e rrl?i,,| thai ,|, W<! n, mi ? w-' t,?.t tin- cull I , f ?? ' , " 'hat the oront .h, wort o, ^iiS^ttrT^T'r " i-ao ?;et in. tin v^.n ,p. , . ? rJ '? If "hij-s ?r vr r ra'n: Iw-'n ^Tv v, i"'1' & that f, r, isn i,i., IsJ.vt K? '!?'? I" "'"i WAK W1TU TUB I XION. S "'V A fperby . rear.) <i toh,.r.,, , The condemriftiion of the Rr'twii i,ri- ,, ,-'l fed, -a i ,.ri/e r n, 7 m ? irrat'T. rrnri.y ib.n ii?, ,,Ty I i V^/'T' of OWtotl the -lock is U'h.L. . iV ' " " ed. iho pr<?.'n ti< n a thoni.iii!il;.,:tu-Ml l.!,!!l,'!!h" c-rlailfd . and w, are I t down by ? iw\ WHrU,?;,? , nlvn " X- hi- Vr ' -'ntritiM.ai n ilr,1i.-h |>r?i -, i v Mlr ' ' ; , ?? a '' "Ujp'-I. ,1'WUI, r,.- re4 (u-n'i,n ri', ; J ? ih'i>!M iv,i,.' ipv.,"'^;7n : hut I at iiei,". ? . It, , .^'V the Supreme i ourt ?: I < II i-tcuee I.rnd l-alai-r-lo. v f,. ? ? , , ' r " 1 ? -1'- ????<??" '? ?nw;!li?s i'iiit ,l.Vn t ' 'u"'' ; '-Ml, that c, .0;., ,|,|\. ..." 1 r" ?:!.,tiy:, , d ,o t ),? V.? WlS. JlriliKh'i."^ :"wld,'h^,ve,|^u''i:?t,';v*" ,tb" 0,h." Ii'in lp or |.4, r .l.rafcven,' ? x Iinuithr ? IS lit'ft nn.) Tl 1 ? r??r '?< '????, il ill '^.Tonv Vi'T: "?! 1- ff'aye.1 t,v I ?:-n!. , ' V, ^ ^ ""Ip'" nt i'i':^. .,,.|ieal 1,1 , (erw.'ird- p, tin Siii rrm ? f, , . ,, ,eni inay be carried w ihe sanrcma r ... V, . " ?> appeal tothe Supreme Court i . " """' ? '? hitrheM , Ourt of ii?lK'.,,?re ' r Pl"' "?r im* I b aid for ten v.\ .> eur? a; ln.iv n .< |?, own,/,.: :v,r ^ ??; - t<*<| ?. they cheoKi. w,ih H iiel, ? t,.r, . ,v * ? n? tr v, ,... r I '/"/ aw/ t nilft .S'dl ? I . I, ? , , , "If on,i Sprrrhc* in K??s;lnml on Aimritaii \ f t'aira. MR. LINDSAY. M. V. , AH UN A I>V(X TKs UAHATTOS. (t tim lhi> I/'t.lOli 1'oFt, Ch t. -iJ.) Mr. I.r*wwv ;il < m< ri" v to (l;<: :?l- i-.j'tur ? /in | ing thure on Thur.S'iuy. lit; lliiu; t 'tumcMi.l on the [ upwl ? [ have b-on n?k<i! to rn:?l;t ::nme ri ir.-.rl.* on II r Atorrt < a 1 1 , I" coii-<((in n<<? <.if ip j h.ivmji rcontiy vlsllti! tlml count ' . Ncm . wl. itc\ r our !> i-'iiic; may l?c on other hiiI jci in wc Baudot i>!jt lool. v. ill <1c"|i (?rot *? the dci-tota'^ . tin: Knvn'al>te e.ivi' war ilr... is un v ri'iiiiji. ,' :i-un ) t i'i t vitality r.'j-.-l .V for I ' tin Aim rionti- ihk tl.>Mio\v>;' i ?; -y ?.*. tin 7 will, there sr. m warm and oordial fo"l.u lwtwwu t'i" ,\tn t.-' Mwl 'mrwlvw. (Hoar, l>.:nr.) V>'o lit.ve .?? ff.-.t re: ?. ft for tiio ,\ni''rii.m pfc'i'o't J .-rat e Hit 5 ;.? toning from ourselves, 'rr of tlir /nsl<- f-i'Ton i:tn?, and ctfltm n common cr./ln \\ llh our ? ' 11" (Hear. hear.) Oar ji|n?>si><>r? ml Mi ton ?r. 'tMnrsli ik.?|?uro Jim! Mu'toii Wo ? o hn tiers ir r.? s:-t io; thi! cliai tfr of llbi-rty wliitli vi ( ,s- i. il 0:1 U10 ?:->.io is <W>I4<4 Kuiinvmedc. vo nur at lir.nd. Ve v-or fchip ihc nanir t?od, we hmv I e uro tlie name nit. r mid wumot civil war whinti ,,,n7 in America. 1 will r ?; ? i\ nn.ttht r woi witlirf rir?I to that war, Wy. ml expressing my n:n f;re n- I rirnoet V. ipc that 1 lli" ili.t will .,? ?rriv? wli "0 the strife will rouse, I (Choarg ) I am ant of ihn*r ,<><?/ tk-tl ik<ti t'rif> rannot CM: ? it , lots lUr tun ??? | t,r'x ,1.1 of Amrriil, thr tforlh and | thr South, art the interests e/ the North are intrinsically ryipo.vl to thr interest* <f thr. ffm'h' Tlmir teeliagn unci internal* are both dlll'orent. Tha mighty ?' '"Untrjr has Imumo too largo to W>M logottaar> especially utulrr n republican fomt of government % atil there fore I him- no means of requiring peace but the noparuUiiii ni llm nv n Boctioub ol' tlmt vusl empire. UK. OOLMKlt, M. P., ON THK WAK8 OK HOY A l/HISS _ AND DKMOUKATS. Mr. Collier, on? of the members lor Plymouth, vi?ited his constituents the BUine day , and made them u sp -eeli, touching, like most autumn speeches from members, iiix-ii til" ohief topic* of tfco day. Thai part of h.s dissei lats>u which re! iieil to America will ho found most ac ceptable, because hi substance it la ihe iiiohL novel: ? Now, our eliali man has alluded to the lamentable strug gle between th" North ami South Americans. Of course, we all deep!) lament that sin gle. (H-ar, hour.) I think I nui not incorrect iu expressing your s?utiincnts and 111 no of the people of England generally, when I nay their symiMlhies, on tlio whole, are with the North. Their sym|>.ithic? would be completely with the North, but for iheir outrageous and insulting conduct lowurils ourselves. (Ileal-.) Sofarwsaro all probably agreed. (Hear.) Hut, gentlemen, you must forgive mo for Miyi-ig that It appears to me thai Homo pooplo arc in the habit of talking a good do?l of nonsense on this question, ("h.) I like u> call 1 hint's by their right names. (Ib-ar.) I hear thl;i said (rein timo to time ? "Oh. thin American war is a condemnation of all rep iblican In. dilu tion--. It in a condemnation of vote by ballot . It Is a con deinuatiou of universal suffrage. It is a enndcmU'itiou of nli lib -ial opinions. It proven the truth of the opinions held by torus." (Oh.) 1 believe soinn poop!'1 go so far as to nay that it proves that the rotten boroughs ought to he restored , uud that the franchise ought to bn cur tailed. (tiieat laughter and amusement.) Well, giuitle men, wliut bus Ibis to do with the A-neriCan ivai" North mid South America are not going to war liecaus." I hey live under rep iblicuniiAn, or Ihxvuiku th y vote by lirillot-? (he ir) ? thrytjt to mir Itrrauf they n?> at irrfnnciiat tetiif frn ii< e ? n the tp-rat, ami vital, mi l fvndnmnuirl ifuvti n of . tave.ry. I hat liillercnce would arise ? hetber tlie govern ment were republican or monarchical. (Hear, in-ar. ) Tie- ime cars ' of diflbrenro wonld hive exi-tod. luid (hi ?Inference would h ive been Ihis, llmt instead of a war betwi-en Pre ideut Lincoln and President I 'avis, it would hate lin-n a war between King Lincoln and King I 'avis, (laughter.) Where is llio dllfWonee? Am 1 to be told that it is only republicans ? tlw pre-idenis of republics that go to war C (Ni>.) Why, what luivo monarchy and the King, of th"' Kant been doing over luce the world begi n (Heir.) thr. print i/tal thing th '/ havr I ????!> doing it Jinlilinq t -i'S euch n thrr. (Hear, hear ) Why. lite greater iwrtof history is a elm n olo of war,oi battles and of o" i jiii <v ? (ch' -rs) ? and in u great me-uuiro be tween lnorncli?. 1 Oh," 11 may t>.? said, " tins i- .? civil war; ' well, aro republics only subject to civil wars!1 (Hear.) 11 .ni republics i wu:s anythmgto do with the wii oi' the l'oi.ef mid ol the Krouiicy I tho I; an iwpar t il i i vii-v. of history woiil l leavo it v-ry doubtful whetlu'r the in >n.i ct-.n ?1 nr wheth"r the rcpul-il.-nn form of govermnent ha.'i b ? u more favorable to war I No, no.) Tlii'ii iith is, that po!:l.li-al ii^ttliitlora of whatever e.lass. win- -:ln'r tln-y be in nari hical or whether tin-y ho republican, have not the pewr unfo ' -n it- y of 1 1-- 1 ifiy - lii(t tho pugnacious propensities of '.he human mind; me:i will li.ijht whether they be republicans or wi ther tlu'V lie moaarcl.i'UH, wlicthor the;- voto by ballot or whether On-y vote without it. (II a:-, hear, an I int -r ru[.ii'-n.) Now. gentlemen, I will endeavor to make ? (int?rru|it|on from some unexplained cause) ? now, [ have only lurth T to ?ay up< n the American utie-d ion. 1 inn er ln-ld up the instltntu n* of America to the i.dmira tion. still h .-s to the imitation of this ountry. (I>>rd ilieeri-.) In. l tutions arc to be Judge ! , not by -riejrnb sti-ui-t ipiestions alone, lint by their alaptihiliiy to cir ounistam i>'. (Hear, hour.) Uopublieuii insllMitn lis are proliably hatte'r adapted to Aine-ica ? (le-nr, hear i? and niouareiiical instltutinnr. nre better a lapted tous. (Hoar, le-nr.) If wo have something to learn from the Ainerl c us, lam Miii-ii'd that tho Americans have more to liarn from us. (1/ ud cheers.-) I am satisfied llmt we in ?n better governed count t v than America on the whole, (rini-rs.) Hut I pri-t' st Hgainst tha: confusion of ideas, which because two things coexist you shall -alllheui cau-euiid rllfi t, tluil becat-so t?-o people who happen to bo ropublicaus ^ > to war. you Jump to the colfclu>ioii that tin \ i; i to war because they are republicans. Yon may as well say that ti g. and aii-l ilussia. Indh of whom ai" mouiircbicsl. went to war b< anso the\ nre tnonarcliicoL (Hear, hear.) Ii has mtlhlng to do with the cause of dif ference whatever tiiuy bo th < form of goo rnnient. (f'iicors.) Ml!. JAf'K.SOW, -M. r., SATS IT IS A WAIt OK TA11IFF3. ( b'rorn tlie bunion Post, Oct. 'i'i. ) At the ami: al dinner given by the Mayor of New-iwtle oudiT-I.) in , Mr. Jackson, one of the borough momb 'rs, nruli- some i -Here: tin*; remarks ?n Ainorlca. T'lero was, he siid , lio place lu Kog'&iid BUtl'crinjj less from lbesu|> pre-.-iou of cor.imori o in that country than t!i" liorongli of .Newcastle. It is true a gloom ha* da ? kencd over this distri -t In coiiHequcnco of the unliappy dhrernrices a -ross the Atlantic., and it is likely to continue ; but I am truly g'ad to know thore is but one opl'ilon'throughont the country respc<-tlnp the dillerniici-s ? that is non Interven tion. 1 believe niv honorable c 'lo ii-ue agrees with mo in that : and I am ri'lstied I?. d 1 v by and I^ird l'almer - ston are also fully agreed upon it. I know UW country well. I can't say I have lieen over the whole length and breadth of the land, but I may say 1 have soeti many thousand square miles of It. For the last thirty years I have I wen more or less mixed up with It, iitid 1 say hi I hut fii;ht it out; tor it ax thru fill, it miwt .finally mutt f "r tin b-nrjil of thi? rwmtiy, ?'tutil' I I ml bitLnvr rHitr U> yi it i< tenuM he ?yitivtl in'r,-f*ri <>n with thru i. Some say that it is a question of the abolition of i-lavery. I don't a b >gi-ther ag'cc with tlie.t. My firm opinion is that it is a question ot free trade against pro- | lection. Years iwo I met with men from tho South . vvi o said to me, -'We .sell you bond cotton at twelve cents a pound : you send it ha' k manufactured for twelve cents mor- ; but boi'oi-e we can consume It lor the purpose of clothing our slaves w havoto pay twelve cents mire. It. is more than human nature cm hear." And so if war. TV SoulhrrWTS Umgago m iuir ?/? their mitldi for fm tnulr, and ifu tmohtit hcu tak-n plctrr. MAJOR UKKKSt-ORO. M. ON COTTON l!t#M INDIA, AND TTIK FAIM'flR OK URMOCllACY. [From the l.onden Tim- s, Oct. 21. J Fr.l'hrul to what Mr. Dlsruelt (whom they once or twice hail th" honor of entertaining) would call tliolr ?? heredi tary traditions," the conservatives of Essex held their Mun.ialfestivnl at the itell lull, in rustic HoiMigham, on the 10th inst. Ill his s) 'eech after dinner Major Hereford, M. P., said ?He could not sit down without alluding to the events is Amerioa. Sun" parties contended that the w*r was a crusade, undertaken by the North against tho South, in a cause which must go home to the heart or every Englishman ? viz. . the abolition of slavery. (Hear. ) We were told a^aiu by other parties tlmt the contest was nothing nsire than a struggle between free trade and pi otiH-1 ion . and that thai great commercial change dstaW a-bed In tills country with no other we?p'.ns than tho pen a<id the totigua must lie fought out witli riiln and cannon iK-nooth the hann?r of a free republic. Hewus inclhssl . Im?< vr. to seal cli a little more deeply int-o ibe primary cause ef this disnstroes convulsirn, and to ascribe it to tbecao? c otju. nlly ast>in>o?l th- other Jay by sir Kd ward Hul wer l.yttoti ? viz. .to that isevKahle law of dis memberment whs h seemed to guide and direct tjic pn> grew ol nations al ter they b:ul attained acertain slrrnirtli, Anvrica br~eiiu] h ?-? ftrjrrrtt lo n piytsnia ural ijr,a:rui? by thr. foiling iotturucr of deitt-rratic in'titutimu. He ia"llned to think Dim) the si'pn ration wo had lately witnessed was ilestmod to be s punctual one, and thai the sooner tliis conclusion was accepted as the basis of negotiation and peace Hie better would it be for the American conti neci liini the whole civilised world. Hie disasters of America sii -uld b.' tow n'i sub.V-ct of unseemly exuitatioD fi?e?r, Iniarl ? '.'or we are bound to America by every tie F'i . il U'Kl coinuierci vl, and helivirod thut every b fc 1 1% strnck in Anioricu might be felt In the bom s of thou sands of our fell w ? "imtrym -n. No calamity was so great but that H wass-nt Irnm on high for our ultimate i.oikI, ii/c/I ttf interrui'tion of thr. Amr iian cotf rn mjji'i/ mirh! !?("' to ill- i.jifiiinv o ffrrth t'vhl.* itnd fitlurrs tuw to inanufnriuring awl timiifrrial rrfc/j't'*' : hvt h mt.-il o v 'tn't i/mr'f <li<irr." tit tv'nj rr)>a)rtt thriMflo lit the leHtfth (nut htrttthh "f thr nuiiii'ltu'titrinifdistric')'. What ??vei might be tl.e future lu store for us. one roll r -tiori. both as regards the past and the present, m ist coma home tothe lienrt of evei y conservative. American m ?i until ns l.ad been somewhat o i'-nuitiou-lv brought bc l'ore us and lanri' d of iate years; but when wo ? i\v those institutions su'ldenly me t into air, while dem > - nu-y gave I l.-.ce to a military ilespolism. wo were .instilled iu s ij- uir as V.r. I anliing did Id ilavs prone by. -Thank Oml thai IS ' lire tiorn uit.li r tin- llritish monarchy ? thai we are not i r.-o.red lo snrrii: e tli" etr-rts #n I expoi-ienco of ceutu r? ,-. and the mrup'les of more thati i ceuturv . ' .>r a liber! v us |H-rfe-t ms ey r blt-s '.I any coimti v upon iiiiihlfor vifioic j -chen.e or ideal perlcctibi y, or d ? ? 1 1 , i f ? i ex) iriiileiils of potsiblc iuipi'uv tmUt (l.i id cheers.) Tilt lirltifcti Kin I in tl?e "WiHt IkiI'h. ,1 r??n Iti.' i .... '"ii !'mo?. Oct. .1. , 1 for Maie>'yV ,'i 1-1 V wli.i'1 r'toam aloop Tiivl'iand, i rimiiinjr.rr Hru<e.iroai ' t Be i fni|..v rmvii 1 imder U 'liu the hi.'.? ar> I'lilkitiK. to*., in biwiii at Woolwich, w ilsaiion ill. 'J7lli m>'t . for -pithead. Tiic Mc'io.,. fi. ptddlo, Commander IVAfCy Prcnton, w .Tit ??til hi' I'ortsrnoi l'> I: nil" - for S| Ithea.l on . ,i:\iii!ii> . ^Iiif m t xjivi'Wil tn ? ail to. Halifax ami llit West. lti'!i ?*. The Kxprtlll ion A*:i*!n?it Mfviio. ka i inv. oi' niK in;- r t'lvi-ioN oi' nil: ..m'ashu rt.KKT. (V- 1 in tin- T/nnUm "I ,nv p. (: ? 2".] T,m,4,,,:iii"?Ii ?'c * >f?m i'i t >uet p :ion,!l? Rnne, ( -i. t;i r>' r. Ma' H' I M.i'.'."h<ti and! ,.|t?Ki . 41 , < V ln:n 1' n 1'niro <Jc.' ? Ij !?, "H v f<*r Havana on t ft l.Uh insi Th' se v ? ate to form pat: of tho destined ??*. H<..iitii .n t? Vera < ruv TKtiMS Ol THE TKtt'AKTITK TREATY- ENGI.AMl'8 PRO VISO AS TO A MONARCHY. The (*? rrf.')n?i.rni ir <?1 Mwtrid cf tin- 17lli of O -'oher, !-*ati s ll.ai, t y t! o intrrv it of t Ktn|tf?r?ir of tl'C I r? i:? li . "it- ai d has ? I' i|it< 1 tin vif.vs o; I'ranee and -?pnin with refard to M'-vo >?r<l that the three power* lire to act m o' mtrKH. It says that their intention is to occupy Tor a tmir Vera Cruz and Tun pco aluo that Spain is to supply two-thirds i i' nip land lories which are to lie employed, and England mm l mtin da' other tliird. It midf that BngtaM propoMti to the three powtn M( /-a! tiir (ijji / yrii* > "f th' rti;nU>lg fl'1 ' h'* to (I ... rj ' ft i? rr,ti n (?/ Mexico, ill <hrrr\_n <)/' muiuit 'nj t?ing re (t!tiLlirhe& in that toun'n/. A HPANtm I. AN PR- POPUP IN LONDON. (From tlie M.-.nc.lii'ster Guardian .i .ty Article), Oct IK.] It appear* ti., it SpHin in endi.ivoi t,i< t<> rats" al*vit C2.?iu,mj0 i" Umdon nml l'ntin . u live p r cent Tw usury N i. . . at the p; l' e ol ,in,i. inahN in ore or twovi its. It wi lit not lie v. imv sc r .! r , opto to furnish her with tin wis wlitWi it'i'i r*1- - -li-.y for her amhliiotiH projn 'i in *t. Ii-'ti. ...to. Met). > Morocco; and the 'li ?> :? an 0(11 O! mill V .' ? I,, ME ! kit , owing t'l her ills frr.vef.,1 .:arce . slu is t.t ft ci?!ty ? tl.iwml ui the l/m i! ii s rk V.\< 1. ? a 'i i that i h h.inds as are row l. rodw -ilJ j .ov t> 'y un-:?l"i:l>;? at any j t noj of dlthcaUy. Tl?r Kotxl S tipjily < f Kranrc. pv.t t?it .*.M ) I' ti- , ' ?? n e of Loii ion Times.] Jt ' ft- ' van t thill t ? Jitni ? crt'i* %}ln; I ty in ti' hit', i ?biii, in 1 j.i tnutiurt if notgrtally rat it nwt lk#l Ike , '? t.i.l, J rir> .KS'IUI' I'll I ! rure mut'il by llit wi??> of \n> rt pnrii'l. Taking ! the '.it -t ii: i'a\ ' abi.' v ? ?. of i lie ip.e tion.thcre can Vo no ^. : t c."' wheat loll ni.til M .v next. The following is tbo position of tho country:? Tho French poo r'o couHunic, on au average, ' frotu ouu harvest t<? the other 80,000,000 hectolitres of wheat Now, tho nxiNt unfavorable calculations sot ilowii iho produce of the la to harvest at 60,000,000 hoctolttre?, which if' sufficient tur the consumption or the, country f it eight months. There remain 20,000,000 hectolitres to be sup pled by foreign countries, which may, without dilliculty, Imported at an average of 2,000,000 hectolitres a month, and at a cost of 20f. the hectolitre, exclusive of th<> carriage. A letter, dated Marseilles on Friday last,

published In the Avntir (' mmwiat, state# that at a ssle by auction, hold In that town last woek, wheat was sold at from 171". 00c. to 21f. the hectolitre. Markets. LONDON WONKY MARKET. [From the Cork F.xamlner (t'ity Article), Oct. 24.] London', Wednesday morning, Oct. 28, istil. The Londou A'euu City Article says:? Yesterday tho funds advanced one-eighth per cent In the morning, owing to the Increased easo in tho money llinrkot, combined with t?w favorable tendency of conti nental exnliangcs. In tho afternoon, however, a rslapno took place, In consequence of a fall on tho French Bourse. It'scount market continues to bo largely supplied with money; the twist bills wore easily placet yesterday at three per ceut. The London Tw< City Article says: ? Tho English were steady jest rdny, with a t? n-leucy to improvement, whil h was chocked by (lie re ceipt of dull quotations from Paris. The increased abun dance of money and the Indication of Its probable con tinuance, from the favorable tone of tho continental exchanges, caused numerous hi vest men In to be nvde, and stock for delivery is scarce. In tie foreign exchanges yesterday afternoon the rates were generally a shado higher i ban last post. No gold was taken to the bank yesterday. Gold is about three tenths por c-nt deaivr in LoBdon than l>rij. The demand at Paris for bills in I jondou oontinues acme, and the agents of the IJMttlc of Franco have ms''c a further slight advance In the terms at which they will draw on Messrs. Rothschild and Huring. It is evident that even in the face of 111 ? credit of fcj 000,000 diillrulty ill be ex perienced !?? preventing fresh amounts of gild being re mitted to this side. The market for British railway sti cks wus n ea.iv yesterday , with little doing. Ijilic a ?hire and Voi kshlru and MidU.ud showed the chief rtrin ness anion" the lioavi' r st oc!<*. Tb? Ixinm 9%ui City Article says tho resumption op gold remittances to tho United Stat<* is a singular but wholly unimiiort nit fact . 'i e certainty is .just as strong ns ever that if tho war continue* not merely shall wo vritie s the drain of :<;<ec'e from that country .hula >m }? nsiun of rash 7h* i/< i* rvwti/f t.rf > nilitutr i <it ths. rut? </ ?100,000,000 xfrrlinjf ; r ninuin. ami i rhuit **!,t ou/.v ?15 .1.00.000 wii/i nil : i, ir /??j/iK ' it/i/Gcti to lite U'm rt iii itidutfrial jurion'.V, the !' i > J SUiirtwert not v uutlv t'ninl year ky year to of HI utafe any ncvptionnl iv > /,? o'th'' nts'ah The lle.i f tiat enderthtirchanged clrcimslati'usmid with ?40,000,000 sterling, or neiriy half their usual exports, cut "If by tho cotton blockade they nny now, fur tie* first time, begin to fill their Colfois and draw awaj the s taply of the rebels the mot ex'riwdiiuliy atswMpLitto thai could '* ent'Tt<xiM?l. I>>ktv n We nepday evening, Oct, 23, 1881. Funds firm, with ulight improvement. In other depart ments of stisik exchange tho only movementof Import ance i a fa'l of li lo-elg'tts p >r ct lit in South -astern B'ock. ltlsiet?rted thit the amount of bullion in ttie l'ank of France has decreased by much a- 21,000.000 franca since in-;! return; but a feature considered "till more se floi'.u is the quality of the paper which the bank holds. \ Invge l>ort l ui of it is bolicved to consist in bills of Pudd ing contractors which hnvi been already several times renewed, and which mvst be renewed again. Vatt nam tn'.i of l ;?rd i 'v.; 'n I'aruaretobetitddenly thrown ? at of toork l/i.vrtoi*.cTn'*K.vi !i ?; ? OrK.vfjfti I'rici.i ? f'ousels, mo ney, 1)2 ? a 1 ., ; do. , uii .iuut , 02'i a Ci.owsii I'Kir y. ? toasoU , in >in v,P2 ja ij; do.. account, 92>fi a Lo.vriour, Xoon, Oct. 24, 1SC1. ('< nsols are steady at 02 '.T a gl ares duil nnd tn tcthe; ('aiiadlans without change; American a little easier. LIVERPOOL COTTON MAItKKT. IjVKKKKlfc. Oct. 24 ? 12 W. Market still oil van ring. Bales probably about 20.000 bales. Imports 10, oils Previously, 32,1S1. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. SUJfl'AY, Nov. 3, 1RG1. We are approaching the end of the year, and our foreign trade continues to illustrate tjie extraordi nury self-sufficiency of the United States and the d?p< ndenco of foreign nations upon them. Our imports from abroad, up to Saturday evening last, showed a. decrease of $98 ,000,000 as compare 1 with the corresponding period of 1800, and $100, 900,000 as compared with the corresponding period of 1P59. This decrease is not to be traced 'n our imports of tea, coffee, sugar, hides, spices, drugs or the like, of which wo are taking very nearly our usual quantity from abroad: it repre sents the redaction in our consumption of foreign dry goods and foreign manufactures of hardware and objects of luxury. On the other lmnd, our exports consisting mainly of food ? show an in crease of $2*, 000, 000 over tho corresponding period of lsfiO, and of $52,900,000 over the corresponding period of 1859 and average years. At tlus rate the exchanges may well rule in our favor. The follow ing are the tables for the week and year to date: ? ImttBTS. f\>r tk'K**k. i860. l<wo. 1861. Pry goods $40'J,7?4 1,379,269 #21.012 (?cu'l merchandise. 1.108.0*24 2,924,690 l,fli*J.44S Total for the week. 1.. '>10,728 4.303.969 2,24 .'.090 Previously rep'teil 206.443.770 1IM,S52;7S4 1#4.702.*V> Hr.cs January 1 .$207 .964 .498 200. 150,743 107 ,000,7.', 5 IKjtvoirt* or Pkoim ( 8 ami Mi:ki iumumc. ? . 1850. lKflO. lSfil. For the Week $l..m,y90 2,108,781 2,S0.'l,"i,l Previously repoi i?l. 63,762,096 77,50(1,341 106, 161, 58# Since JSmwry 1. . . $;"?"> .OAS ,086 79,676,122 107,9i.'i,531 Kxroirrs b* Sns :r. 1859. I860 1861. For the we> lc $1,619,673 Ink.700 None. Previously retried. 67,660.646 41,836.697 8,266,886 fctrx>p .hunmrv 1 $59,080,219 42.023, 397 3.266.886 Last Monday the banks showed a sjtecie average of $4'4,2*>0,ftl5. Since then they have paid into the Sub-Treasury $7,000,000 in specie on account of the second tffty million loan. It Is hardly pro. bable, however, that the average to be made up to-morrow will reflect this transfer, as the increase in the Sub-Treasury balance has been small, and the government disbursements very heavy. Not withstanding the very just complaints which are made of tho dilatory manner in which public cre ditors arc dealt with at the Treasury Department, it is a fact that the cash payments at the New York office alone exceed a million a day. Adding the Sub-Treasury balance to the bank reserve, we find that the stock of coin in New York does not vary materially, notwithstanding the enormous operations of the government. There is not much less than $40,000,000 in bnnk and Sub-Treasury at the present lime say $3,500,000 less than there v, a J on 19th of August. Next week we thai! begin to receive heavy remittances of coin from Europe. The hank loans averaged Inst Monday #147, SOP, 'Md. being a decrease of $4,550,702 from the week previous, about $',',0(10.000 decrease in two w eels. This veiy rapid contrac tion represents, in lar*e part, the popular subscription to the loan. As fast as the public take the Treasury notes from the banks they are struck oil the line of discounts. The ordi nary di:-count line is likewise steadily declining, owing to t!ie abandonment of the credit system in many branches of business and the contraction ot other*. A further reduction of the discount line must be looked for to-morrow, and each week sue* ce?sirely un<i) the third lii'y million loan is nego tiated. Money -n easier and more abundant than it was a week since. brokers arc seldom paying over ?"> per < c ut for call loans, and a great deal of money is lc.it ut 5. Fir>t cla.-s mercantile paper sell* ut t> a 7 r>er cent. Names lc- generally known, or less favorably cor. idered. r.ince from 1 per cent a month upward. It. seems to be generally under* stood that we cannot have any movement of conse. quence in the money market for the present, or until the condition of political affairs leads to some radical change in tlic system on which business i? carried en. The bank.- are accommodating their customers very lib rulh but the applications for discounts an- light. Foreign exchange closed yesterday quite dull, rates having fallen :Voru Yt to per cent during the week. On Friday, whin tho market maybe said to have closed, ba ikers' asking rates ranged from 107 ti> 107% but we heard of no real 1iu>i ness over the low ?? figure. On Thmsday a h ad ing drawer sold heavily at 107%. Merenntih bills range from "00 to 10frj, ai.d are not abundant. M these T. ic, Ihere is a Imn-.lsomc profit on the importation i f gold lroi . Europe, and we may ac cordingly expcct i avv remittances from this time until tha close of our in' ? mil navigation. Mlioi the canals close our heavy e: ports of breadstuff must, cease, as t1 e railroad. < v.- 1 when pushed to their utmost opivity, can cniTy but a smal' amount of food. Meanwhile, however, we tdtall probably take a good deal ol gold from Europe more than we want, and more than England and France can snare. The following table shows the course of the stock market during the past week and month: Od. 6. Of. 12. Oct 19. (Mm. Nov. 2. Missouri's 43^ ux TTi, 44 N. Y. Central ? 76 a 7x'i 78 77 <. 79 3?.\f 35 35 >* Wi 31 81 % 31 33X Michigan Central. 43 >? 47', 50 4K'i 48'. guaranteed a;; 3tf 38 'i 3S fiie. Illinois Central... e?v C6'.' ?/>?' ??>!.' oi". tu,"ru;-; 10'. 70)4 71 70 70^ Risk iHland 47\ 4u Si f>o\ ftp* J,"1"'1" 3-'/; 8T 3fl ' , 3S?? 3S 1 aiiHin!* 117' j lis 117 11s us Huils >?" Hlyor.... 34 !-i Mli 37 '4 36 311 <{ Pacific Hull 91 02^ y;t ^ 9j3^ 9g The general market has improved since last week, mainly in consequcuee of an increased amount of outside business. People who have money are unwilling or aaable to use it in the pur < luise ot business paper or merchandise, and many of them aro buying stocks. The most popular stocks of the day seem to be Erie preferred? which combines the merit of novelty with very remark able prospects of value? and Pacific Mail, which is reported to be earning money at the rate or forty percent per annum on iu capital, ami which is about to pay another quarterly dividend of five per cent, making twenty per cent for the year. 1 lie popularity of the Western shares is not uni form. (iah na is very quiet, large amounts having been withdrawn front the market, and held.it is supposed, for much higher prices than those now ruling. Toledo is metre active, and seems to have many friends among stock ope rators. This line, like its connection, the Michi. gait Southern, is feeling the effect of the blockade ot t lie Mississippi in largely increased westward freights. Merchants in the far West who used to get their sugar and groceries via New Orleans are now receiving them ;iom New York by rail. Tur lington and Qnincy, which has never been active here? the company being a Iloston concern, and somewhat in the nature of a close corporation is nevertheless very lirmly held, and any lots of stock which come to our market aro readily taken at ad vancing prices. Milwaukee and Prairie du t'hien (the old Mississippi and Milwaukee) is likewise fn quired tor: the read is believed to be doing very well under the new organization. A dividend on the two classes of preferred shares is announced, and the holders of the common stock will probably get something in the year ltG'J. Illinois Central has b;'cu less popular: minor asserts that instead of paying a dividend, as was expected, the stock holders will be calied upon to pay another asses# ment in January or February next. A curious feature of the market at the present time is the (trice at which batik stocks are selling. Most of them are still quoted at the figures which ruled in August last, when the financial policy of the government was an undetermined problem, and no one could tell whether otir banks might not be obliged to suspend specie payments, besides losing a large proportion of their assets. Since then the policy of the government has assumed a definite shape, the banks have adapted themselves to the new condition of things, and have been enabled to use, in government loans, the money which the public do not need. The $160,000,000 loan has ceased to be an experiment. The public have already relieved the banks of one-half of their advance to government, and it is evident that a time will come when the banks, for the sake of employing their funds, will withdraw the 7..10 notes trom the market. Experience has proved that ap prehensions of hoarding, or of withdrawals of coin from bank for transmission abroad or into the inte rior, are gratuitous. The banks hold to-day fully $43,000,000 of specie ? twice as much as was con sidered ample a year ago? atid the reserve is on the increase. As was foreseen when tho govern ment began to borrow, the gold flows back into bank as fast as it is withdrawn from bank for go vernment purposes. With regard to losses hrough Southern repudiation, pretty care ful scrutiny developed the fact that about fivo per cent of tho bills receivable of our city bunks is directly or indirectly depend" ent upon the puymcnt of Southern indebtedness. Of this amount tho bulk Is city jobbers' pnper, se cured by deposits of nearly double the amount of Southern notes. If none of these notes should ever be paid, our banks will lose fivo per cent of their capital ? say, the ordinary earnings of eight months. This loss, however, is liable to bo re duced by whatever sums may be hereafter collect < d from the jobbers here, or from the parties whose paper is deposited us collateral. In the event of an early termination of the war by the success of the government, a very large propor tion of this suspended paper would l>c paid. Un der these circumstance*, and in view of the excel lent and profitable business which the banks are doing in lending money to the gover: m?nt at a rate which will average over 8 per cent per an num?as the amounts loaned to the United Sti.tes at 7.30 remain several weeks uudrawn~<t is nut a little remarkable that bank stocks should remain as low as they arc. Take, ns an example, the American Exchange |I3unk, one of the soundest and most conservative institutions in the city, which has paid dividends of over 8 per cent s mm ally for twenty years, and whose stock, invariably held at a premium heretofore, can now be bought at about 80 cents on the dollar. The following w as the con dition of this bank on the 1st November:? PTATiCTErr Fhoiti.tr mi: CojinmoY of tots AvrRir** 1*. 1 iunokKamc OS THK MoH.MINi; or Novj mukr 1 ism listourta. Tii lltt discounted and loans *4 km rvo I'nitod .Slates slocks and Treasury notes. . . 4 123 '(IS1 ?? litres next six mouths ' 4# ^^3 Real estate, banking house and other. .?jgj ?(', I totals and sl-pcks with IUailc Heiartment and oilier ?u0 C?sh (bills and cheeks on ciw banks' t.'r noarliif House) 759,100 91 ?F?tk 3 .044.1 .art 64 Total resources $1?,793.M3 07 /.uil.tltUes tt't'it H $3,000,000 00 Circulation l*;.sr.S 00 I ufu ?l divittcud.^ 00 I'ue depositors 8.274ty>3H OS $13,471 ,700 Ot' Surplus $32-4113 UK The directors of this Institution, with their w< 1j known con-' lvativo instincts, decided, ?few \v< ok' since, to look the situation squarely in the face, and nut tn assume that any of their suspended paper would lie paid. The bunk has under discount about #325,000 of paper whose value depends in some di'jir> e upon the pnymeutof Southern indebtcdues: a* it is secured by about 1609.000 of Southern notes' in order to avoid the possibility i>r disappointment hi re Iter, it v.;is assumed by the b >ard inat uot a dollar of this would ever prove ^-od. and the sur* plus on ha;?d? wiiich is teiiiiy nearer (350,000 tha 1 $320 ,000- was set ajuirt to meet the !? ? . The No" r? mber dividend was passed- -the first instance < i soeh an accident in tin hisiory of tlie bank? ar.d the directors now procced with tlieir business with the .itisfai tion of knowing that they have no fm ther loss to make in connection with the rebel lion. It seems singular, to say the least, that the stock of this bank, which has divided m the aver age ei^ht per eolit aumiallj for t.v'nty veah", should be selling at tlx -ame price as New Vork Central. The preferred stock of the Erie Railroad Com pany has become active within slit past few days' liu\ i t : risen from SO per eeut to a 57. This stock represents the n .- et urcd boudu of the old New Vork and Eric ll&ilroad Corny!- ny, and by the conditi na of tlie n?w oiganization, aft :r th.> intf i rest on the. bonded debt ia -..aid, ii > entitled to | seven per cent befor> any thing an Ik divided en the old sto k. rhe prospect that thi3 incame wil* j be rcaliz d in 1 S'.'J is very lair indeed. In IS 5 11 -CO J then" income of the Erie, which was expended I if -ettling fli siting debts, exceeded C < ? >*? /" ?; is< 1S60-(II that income is believed to have exceeded I $000,000; in 1801-62 it is expected that it \ ill rea -h a million, as the completion of the long dock will largely increase the business and crofits of the company. In order to pay seven per cent on the preferred stock, a not income of $360,000 id re. (uiretl. On the lace of it the preferred stock of the Erie seemtt to be worth rather more than the rtock of the New York Central. The main buai of both roads is the transposition of produce From the lake to the seaboard. . Tiie freight which in curried over the Contra!, and its connection with the Hudson River, hue to pay interest on a debt of tbout $23, HOC ,000 ? the combined bonded debts Of the New York Central and Hudson River? before luythiug is earned for the stock of the Central; whereas the freight that ia carried over the Erie lias only to provide interest on a bonded debt of il!i,000,000 before it begins to earn money Cor the pr< t'erred stock. If, therefore, New York Central is worth HO per cent, Erie preferred should be worth 90. It is understood that a "short" sale of 5,000 shares of Erie preferred was latoly made by a leading operator who, though a director in the Erie, has been generally idontifled with the bear Interest in that property. This operation will na turally creato an inquiry for the stock, and may account in a measure for the recent advance. We have the best reasons for believing -thaVthe foroig? holders of Erie are transferring their interest from the common to the preferred stock, and that the bulk of the latter will probably be held abroad be fore many months elapse. CITY COMJIKUCIVli KEPOUT. Satckhay, Nov. 2 ? 6 P. II. Asnas.? The markot was sternly, with small sales Of both kinds at $5 25. The stuck consisted or 683 bbla. pots and 1 65 do. pearls ? Total 688 bbls. ' BttuiOTem ? Hour ? Tlio foreign news from Eirops. combined with the Inclemency of the \v.nth>T, teaded te depress the market, which closed 6c. |>er bbl. lower, and for some grades 10e. decline was submilted to. The sale* embraced about 8 ,000 a 9,000 bbla. , closing w.thin the range of the following prices: ? Superfine State $?'. r,.s a 6 60 Extra Mate, good W choice 75 a SM Superfine Western 6 50 a 6 60 Comm n to choice Western extra 5 "ft a 616 ExlruCaii.uta 6 75 a 6 76 Mixed to straight Southern 8 -ft a 6 40 Straight to good extra >lo ?* no a 7 96 Choice extra family and bukera' brands. .. . 7 aft a 8 00 Rye flour oo a 426 Corn local, Jersey and Iiraudysriae 2 8fi a 3 26 ? Canadian Hour was less buoyant and active. The sale* embraced 600 a too bbls. at the above ligurcs. Southern Hour was in moderate demand , while the sales embraced 500 bbls. at our quotations. Rj e flour was steady at the above figures, with sales of 120 bbls. Corn meul was la active and prices unchanged. Wheat ? Thu market waa heavy, and closed at a decline of lc. a 2c. per bushel > while sales embraced about 112.000 bushels at $1 46 $150 for white Kentucky , $1 44 a $145 for good wMt Michigan , f 1 40 a $1 41 for white Ohio, $1 34 a $1 36 for amber colored Michigan, $1 39 a $134 lor red weatera, $1 2U a $1 27 forambei Iowa and tJroen Bay , $1 21 a $1 M for Kacine spring afloat, aim $119 a $122 for Chlcage spring. Corn was heavy and less active, and from lc. a 1 !^c. lower. The sales embraced 75, 000bua<iels, at ?2c. lor dumag d, and at 63c. a 63fjC. for shipping lota of Weat ern mixed. Rye w.is held at Sto. for North river." Barley was unchanged, tints were in moderate request, win sulos of Stat'' and Western at 3t)c. a 40c. Cokkhe. ? Tho market was Urm. .Sales of 1,500 bags Rio were made at I6%c. Cotton. ? The foreign news imparted considerable ex citement to th? market, and hol lers advanced their views, while sales embraced about 2,000 bales, closing at nn advance of >.;c. per pound, or at 23c. for middling uplands. The aii viuice on the week's sales amounted te lc. a 1J*C. per pound. Sales, as usual, were divided be tween spinners and speculators. Frbciits. ? Kates were unchanged , while engagement* were moderate. To lsverpool about 40.000 a 50,000 bushels of grain were engaged, including corn at lid. a U>?d.. iu bulk and in bags, and wheat do. do. at ll|?d. a | 12U., chletly at tho latter llgnre. Flour was at 3s., asked, , and cheese at 45s. To l.mdon rates were quiet at 1M. ! for wheat, and 3s. Oil. for flour, and 60s. for cheese. Tfe I Glasgow 12,000 bushels wheat were engaged at 12d.,aad j 0,000 do. a fraction less than 130., in bags. Tolltvrae* j gsgemonts were light at 2i?c. for wheat, while 1 ,50a I bids. flour were engaged at s5c. A vessel far Briatet engaged K. 000 bushels wheat, in ship's bags, at 13d. Few. ? The market was quiet for most description^ though prices were quite steady. Sales within two or three days have embraced about 2.000 quintals dry ood at $3 25 a $3 37 tor St. Weorges I'nnk, and $2 76 a $1 for l'.ank; 1,100 bbls. maokerel at $7 60 u $7 75 for No. i, and $5 50 a $5 75 for No. tl. Smoked hsrriug were fea good request at 24c. for scaled and at lfle. for No. 1 , aad griihed were sellmg in barrels at $2 50 a (2 74. Knurr New raisins contluued to be held at b%t prices, whilo old were in good request and prices sus tained , old layer boxes were selling at $2 85 a $2 87 %, and bunch do. at $2 60 a $2 66. Currants wore firm, with sales of 100 bbls. at lie. llKfci'. ? The market for Manila was firm and held at higher rates. At Boston 2 ,000 hales of Manila, part ta arrive, sold nt 5%c.n 8c., 7 and 8'months. Hinte- The market was steady, with a fair demand from the trade. The firmness or holders teudod to clutch sales. Among the transactions were dry Buenos Ayrm (20 lbs.) at 22!,'c. , and a lot or Orinoco* (20 lbs.) at 28 Mil, Willi sales of*Me.v ican and California (22 a 28 lbs.) at 21 ke. a 22>fc.,and Western slaughtered (55 lbs.) at 8c. The total stock embraced 313.000. Iiors worn inactive. Prime new were scarce and firmly held. Sales within two or three days have embraced tM a 300 bales at 13c. a lWe.., and choice fancy lots at 23c. a 24c. sales of good old of 1860 were made at lOo. a 18c-, cash. I hot. ? The market wnii (inlet, with some sales Sootafe pig, ex-ship, at $21 '<0 a $i2,Six mouthy, and No. 1 Amer^ tan .H$llc Russiu shu t s?ld (40 packs; ai I5)?c. IxnuK) was in active demand and the stock was very light Wniiin two or three days salt*- of 190 rases Ha nila have been made, with some lota Madras at d. t. , and 40 a 50 chests Bengal at $2 a $2 25> Ijmd. ? Holders wore ririu aiul sales light, with small sales of soil Spanish and American at 6)te.. , cash. Ijsathkh was in c<?>d riemsud thiough the we. k. and prices firm. Ths ckief activity prevailed in oak sole and slaughter upper in rough, wiih sales at full prices. I.i?k was dull and pn<es unchanged, with salea 41 oommonat ?0c.. and lump at$l. Motjtssas. ? Sales of 200 bbls. distilling CubaE were made on private terms. Naval Stores were quiet, ami prices lavore l pirchsa ers. Spirits Turpi mine was at $1 50 luda$l 62 asked, and common rosin was quiet at, $4 fiO. Fine rosins were scarce a/id n?r iinai. ? Unseed continued in good demand at. 70c., la cask, with free sales within three or lour days, unbracing some 2Q.000 cations in separate lots. Tallow oil wis sale. ab!e at 8>?c. , and crude petroleum at 16c. a 18c. Speim and whaVc were quiet, but lirm; the ia~-i sail sof tho iatler were nt 4fic. % Prt'i iski?. ? Pork ? the market was steady, with a fair 'm ind. The sales embraced abonl 50? a 606 bb's. it $15 a $15 50 for u.ess, and nt $9 G2X a $0 75 for prune, and $15 ti'Jjj a $15 "5 for clear. Reel wax flrm and the recent ailvBte-e maintained. Thu sales embraced 200 bbls. . at $fi 50 a $lt) 50 for old re packed mess, $12 lor tew do arid $l!t fur extra mess, iteef hams wore firm. 25 liWs. were sold ?t $16. Cut meats and bacon were quiet and prices were unaltered. L.ird was in fair deinnnd, n itli snlcs oi. 400 bh's. at 8c. a 9?.{0. Butter was In goixl request at 15c a 17c. for good to prime State, and Ohio Ui 10c. a 13c. Cheese was ru idy at 0c. a "c. for State and 6c. a flc. for Ohio. Rn>: was quiet, at 7c. u 7?4'c. Skkos. ? Clover and timothy were unchanged, while sales wore 1 imied. Linseed was held with much nrmneas, ? ?! $'J 06 for I aleutla iirid 5*2 15 ?; -2 V"> lor Bombay. Rough llax was sellhig at $165 a $1 tin. and cjnary at $2 for Smyrna. Saitiwre was tlrni, with s: !es, in Boston, at 6c., six timnth.". Sni.vns. ? Tiic market was tlrm and cU s'd at an ad vance on tho week - sale ><f >,??. a per lb. Tlic salts embraced ljsto hie s. Cubiis. within the ratine of 7?fc. a 8'4'e.. for rellninv giiods, ,;nd SJ^c. a S\c. for fair gr. eery :ules. and at '' for prune quality. Tai.i ww nciivi and lirm a1 !t'.,e., with free galea during iee week ieavii.i:a r duccd stoek on hand. T'n w.i lirm. l'anra was s Id at l'U 'jc . but generally In Id at :.0c.; train ? r- at ? a 27c . plates were lirm ami in <."**) drtinii" at full prices We quote 1. CL chart il . ' ?>.' 7 > an I X head ch:ir w.ii .it $!? 2fi |kt box. Whim, i.v ? The marl. I was dull atiu closed at 20,'iC. a V01 i w'.lll lli - of f'Ofi Mi!u MINES AND LlCidOU". |pOR HAJ.E? AT LOW I'RIt'J 1 LA JVC OF A V ? * * n ? ???{ if n ? r . warranted - ? vjIiim hh'I ? u(ot?M*:'i h- Hii'l ?|i9:?n;tilr -* nut lr*e i n .o .uiloi m, ut OiAUi.Ls F. 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