Newspaper of The New York Herald, January 31, 1862, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated January 31, 1862 Page 3
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n of the Polish Council of State rendering such department au perdue ua. Dtuurki It was assorted at Copenhagen that Prussia would break off diplomatic relations with Denmark should the joint Council of the Empire for Denmark and Schleawlg re enter upon Its functions. Turkey. Comman irorLS, Jan. 11,1802. An imperial notice has been read at the Porte, promtskg Immediate financial reforms. The payment of all atrial salaries is stopped until March. The system of ' farming out the taxes is resumed. Bulgarian emigrants In Russia are ill treated, and universally desire to return. Many wrecks and great loss ei life are reported in the Black 4ea. India and China. The Bombay mall of December 27 had reached Alexandria. A private telegraphic despatch reports the import market at that plaoe as unchanged, but no business doing. Ixchango 2s. ftd. Cauvtta, Dee. 20, 1801. Cotton goods and yarns dropping in price, and nothing ooldf. The new* of the Trent affair Is supposed to have arrived out The Calcutta, Chin* and Australia mails, already telagraphed, had reached England, hut there la little of interest in the detaila of newa additional to that already published. Australia. From Australia we learn that another ministerial crisis had occurred in Victoria. The party sent in search of Burke's Exploring Expedition had discovered and rescued the only survivor of the party,named King, who was living with the blacks at Cooper's Creek. The party had actually succeeded in traversing the continent and reaching the Gulf of Carpentara. whence they olTocted their return to Cooper's Creek, and there died of exhaustion. Commercial Intelligence, LONDON MONEY If AKKKT. The funds on tbn 16th inst. were flat,and consols experienced a further decline of one-eighth per cent. Money was very easy. The choicest paper had been done in open market as low as two per cent. The Moorish loan was regarded with so much favor that the bids bad reached tun times the amount needed. Consols closed on the 16th at 03 a 93 % for money. anbrioui seockiti?<. Illinois Central shares at 43 X ? <2}? discount. Erie shares at 27X a 28 >4. LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET. Liverpool, Jan. 10,1862. Cotton?Bales of three days 10,000 bales; prices are easier and the decline is stated at %d. a >,'d., mostly on the middling and lower qualities. Speculators and exporters to< k 10,000 bales. STATE or TRADE. Advices from Manchester are unfavorable. The market Is dull, with a downard tendency. BREADBTUPPS. Wakefield, Nash k Co. and others report flour dull,and declined Od. a Is.; wheat declined Id. a 2d.; red Western, lis. a 12s.; red Southern, 12s. 2d. a 12s. 4d.; white Western, 12s. 0d.al2s. 9d.; white Southern, 12s. Od. a Us. 3d. Corn easier; mixed 81s. a 31s. Od. PnovHONS.?The same authorities report beef quiet and unchanged. Pork tending downward. Bacon still declining: sales at 38s. a40e. Lard nominal. Tallow easier: sales at 48s. PRODUCE MARKET. Sugar quiet, but steady. Bice?Sales small. Coffee steady. Ashes flat; pots 80s., pearls 36s. Rosin quiet and tending downward; oommon 13s. 3d. a 13s. 0d. Spirits turpentine quiet at 74s. London, Jan. 10,1802. wbwl uuil ua 2u. www. riuur uhvji m u. acciwu. Sugar quiet but steady. Coffee firm and unchanged. Mee dull and drooping. Tallow quiet at 48a. Od. LATEST VIA LONDONDERRY. liverpool cotton market. Liverpool, Jan. IT, 1862. The broken' circular reports the sales of the week at 46,000 bales. Prices have declined ^d. a %d. per lb., the greater decline being on the lower qualities. Speculators took 17,600 and exporters 8,000 bales. The safes to-day (Friday) are estimated at 8,000 bales, including 2,600 to speculators and oxporters, the market closing dull and unchanged. The authorised quotations are:? rJfoir, Jimiing. Orleans 14)?<1. 13',,'d. Mobile 13X?1- 12,';?1. Uplands I3?;d. I2*d. The stock is estimated at 667,000 bales, including 238,000 American. Flour steady. Wheat active, and has an upward tendency. Corn quiet, but steady. Provisions quiet, but steady. London, Jan, IT, 1862. Consols, for money, 933^. Illinois Central shares 43 a 42X discount. Erie hares 28. New Tork Central shares 71 a 73. The bullion in the Bank has increased ?246,000. Mews from Turks Island. We have copies of the Turk's Island Royal Standard to the 4th instant. The paper has closed its eighth volume and in announcing the fact to its readers, observes ' Among the historical incidents of the year now about terminating, by far tho most important is that of the great rebellion which broko out and which still exists in the republic of North America. Th > Southern portion ef the republic baa dociarcd its indo|>euden<e of the federal government, and assumed the title of tbo Confederate States of America.'' Whether tho confederacy will be able to maintain its independence or bui, m m manor tor unn vo un iar. Ana wnetner 11 might not be more advantageous for the future peace of the world, that it become a separate nation, is a question which many are IncHned to answer in the attlrmative. Under any circumstances, however, it is greatly to bo desired, for the sake of humanity, that a speedy end be put to so fratricidal a contest. It is a sourco of much regret that the industry of this colony has been so illy rewarded this yrsr. A diminish ed crop of salt, with low prices for that staple.'has caused much privation among the inhabitants, while it suggests a dreary future in the prospect* of the coming year. Still we will bo thankful that we enjoy health? a blessing in which few oolonies ordinarily can equal the Turks Islands. The latest advioes from the salt region say:? Nothing worth noting has boon done in our salt market this week, although the caws from America, to the 11th inst.,ls of a more cheering nature than when we last heard from there, the price enrrent quoting "Turks Islands salt in good demand," with the sale of one or two cargoes oa "private terms." Last sales. 1\c. Hawa from Ian Francisco. Sex FeiHCfCo, Jan. 24, 1862. Arrived ships Prima Donna and Polynesia, from Nbw York; Wtnfleld Scott, Cardiff; Roammone, Bordeaux; White Swallow, Bong Kong; bark Emperor, Japan. The Statu Legislature will hold Its first session In this city to-day. All the streets of Su ramonto are navigable for small boats. Every house iu the city has the water over the lower floor. Tbo weather has been pleasant for two days past.snd Should it coutinue so for two weeks the stages may again commence running to the interior comities. Dates to tboOlb inst. are receivod from the Sandwich Islands. The news is unini|>ortaut. The Pelynwion says that in 1860 one hundred and thirty whalers recruited at their Island, and that in 1861 only sixty-nine recruited. The wholo number of whalers north in 1861 was only seventy-six, and for 1802 the whole Hoot north, ao far aa Is known hero, will only be thirty-throa. During the coming spring we cau ouly expoet aeventeen whalers to recruit bore. Personal Intelligence. Dr. "David Porter Heap, ex-United states Consul General for Turkey, arrived in this city on the 201 h instant from Constantinople, and ta-stopping at the Brcvoort House. The Dublin Daily Ktprttt says:?It gives us great pleasure ta announce the promotion of tho Kov. W. A. Kempaton, rector ofCloutarf, to the living of Kllmore, diocese of Heath?value ?300 ? year; patron, the Crown. Mr. Kempaton line been for oigldeen years a faithful minister and preacher of lite t.otqwl, aud his ever liornewith h;in Ida miniate rial 'labors, hie attention en always specially direct*!. 8. P. Calilwell,of Dunkirk; Charles Ensign, of Budko; flan. A. C. Nlveu, of Montrose. N. Y.; H. F. Clark, 01 Cleveland, Watt Smith, of Washington; W. 1*. Kmniersou, of Boston; .latnoe Hall, of Boston; H. C. .fohnson.of Philadelphia; .I.C. Ilinchra.n, of California, aro stopping at the Metropolitan U del. J. Hayea.of Unatilla, N Y.; E. M. Cl'Wt. or Utics; Robert Pomeroy.of I'lttsdi-ld, Mass.; Col. y. D. Stover, of New York; K. F. Johnson, of Conncotkut; Dr. A. Hutch ins, 17. 8. K.; Dr. Kldridge. of Kltnlra, N. Y ; H. Kendall, of lyovldencs, R. I.; Jay Cooke and family, of Philadelphia; Pr. Young, of purls; A. II. Dunlop of Albany; Wm. I'eilock. of i'lttsfleld, are stopping at tho 8t. J.'lcholaa Hotel. 0. B. S truth of Boston, A. M. Roberts nnd My. of Bkigor: B- M. tXtase, of Burlington; J.C. Ames, of Bos ton; C. P. Kellogg and lady, of Chicago; A. (letty, of Phi ladalphla; Hon. (J. V. Hoyle, cf Cham plain; 8. p. Brad ford,of Boa ton; B. Douglas, of Middlcto-ve J.F.Clark, Of Whitehall: K. I,. Board, of SI Louis; K.V. Orrieway, of Conrord, N. H.; B. V. Page, of Chicago, are stopping Jtl the Astor House. < Markets. IA STOCK BOARD. I , Psit.adki puia , Jan. .10, 1M2 PtodMstrnqg. Pennsylvania Slate 8'?, *3<{; Reading Railroad. 20*(: h'orrls Canal, 11; Long Island Railroad, 10; Panneylvadx> Railroad, 40>i. Sight exchange on Mew York at par ?,1 10 per cent discount. Pnti.adkt.t'iita, Jan. 10, 1802. Flenr very dull. WV'at dull; sulcs 4.000 bushels red Mil 33 a |t 34, white,tfl 40 a $1 fiO. Corn dull at 60r. Colreo?Rio. 19c. a 21c. tk**" pork uoahanged. lard,sc. l>40. Whiikoy steady at J26e. Ai.sawt, Jan. 30. 1M2. Rarlsy In fair demand; car loie two-rowed at 70c. fourrowed at 80e. a d2o . Canada West at SSc. Whiskey, 83Ko. Hoge, dressed, he.ter: aaloe 000 hvHd at $4 26 a ^ |t 30 for State; no salea of Weetern. / * PROCEEDINGS OF CONGEESS. THIRTY -SEVENTH CONGRESS. ruurr weaiov. Senate. WaSHINOTOM, Jan. 80, 1803. nmii saukjupt law. Mr. Games, (rap.) of Iowa, proa until a petition of eiliiens of Iowa for a General Baukrupt law, OKNaKAL NUU. Mr. Cowur, (rap.) of I'a., preaeuted a petition of citiaaas of Berlu county, Pennsylvania, in relation to Gen. Sigcl. THE OOOLI1 TBADB. Mr. Tib Errx, (rep.) of N. J., from the Committee of Commerce, reported a bill prohibiting the eoolle trade bjr American citizens. TUB LOTAI.TY Of HBIPMA BTSJI8. Mr. Ciiandlo, (rep.) of Mich., offered a resolution that the Committee on Commerce inquire into the expediency of requiring captaina of vessel* Bailing to foreign ports during the present rebellion to take the oath of allefflaiuu*. Adontsd. ALUM kent FOB rBISONKRS Of was. Mr. Rio, (opp.) ol' Minn., offered b joint resolution that the Secretary of War be authorised to procure from ofhcers and soldiers now prlaonera in the so-called "Confederate States," allotment pay for families, the Secretary of War to issue drafts on New York or Boston to families. Adopted. purchased naval vessels. Mr. Crimes offered a resolution that the Secretary o( Was furnish a statement In tabular form of all vessels purchased or charted for the War Department since April last, where vessels were built, what tonnage, price, 4c. Adopted. ran war ship nuxiur. Mr. Hals, (rep.) of N. H., offered a resolution that the Secretary of the Navy inform the Sonate when the ship Franklin was changed for use as a steamer, and whether the department intend to complete her for use the present year, or any definite time. Adopted. s.'loam or tub latb sknatob baker.. Mr. Ayihony, (rep.) of R. I., called up the resolution for printing 5,000 comes of eulogies dolivercd upon the death or Ueneral Baker. ' Mr. Hats said ho had always opposed these resolutions to print; and, although no man appreciated the deceased more than himself, yet lie thought It a bad principle. Mr. Howard, (rep.) of Mich., moved to includo eulogies upon the death of Senator Bingham. Mr. Frssendkn, (rep.) of Me., said a custom had grown up of printing these eulogies in a book. He thought it an unnecessary and useless expense. He once, on a committee of printing, had made a report against the custom in tho case of Senator Rusk, of Texus, and the Senate agreed to the report. Mr. McDovqau., (opp.) of Cal., spoke in favor of the resolution. Mr. Howard's amendment was adopted. The resolution was then rejected by the following vote, vis:? V ? l.tV... D.:.,vi n?.In. TT.....n...4 II?_. Line, Latham, MuDoufa'tl, Ntainith, i'omeroy, Simmon* Wilkinson ami Wllaou?13. Hats?27. tub managkmknt op tbi albxaxhria hospital. Mr. Wilson, (rep.) of |Masa., offered a resolution that the Committee on Military Affltirs inquire into the management of the government hospital at Alexandria, Va , and report such measures as may be necessary to correct any abuses. Mr. Gaum, (rep.) of Iowa, wanted the power or the committee enlarged so as to include all the government hospitals. Mr. Wiison said be wanted to make this a special case. There were complaints from all over the country about the medical department of tho army, and he (Mr. Wilson) had no doubt that department was entirely inadequate to meet the wants of the army. Ho had soen certificates from sick soldiers that they had actually to go to the swill tubs to enable them to live in the hospital at Alexandria. There were reports from all the hospitals that were disgraceful to the country. Mr. Fsssenunn, (rep.) of Me., asked if it was not the duty of the inspectors of the army to take care of the hospitals? Mr. Wilson said that wo had four Inspector Generals and one vacancy and five assistants. These could not attend to the business of such an immense army. Mr. Carlislk, (Union) of Va.?Is it not the duty of the Surgeon General to see after the hospitals? If it is uot we bad better detail some officer for. this duty. Mr. Hals, (rep.) of N. H., wanted to know where the real difficulty was. Mr. Wilson thought it was the duty of the Inspector Generals to look after the hospitals; but they were doing ail they could. It was the duty of the Surgeon General also to roc after these hospitals. The trouble was, wo had in the medical department many old monjwho ought to be retired. To day there was nothing but a series of complaints all over the country about the hospitals of the army. Mr. H*U! thought that it was time the truth was told about these things. There is a sort of a list of medicinra which a doctor may pt escribe, and this list was flxed thirty or forty years ago, and the doctor can prescribe no other, no matter bow much light he may nave got since that time. If somebody could only be put to death by partaking of the dose of forty yoars ago, then the doctor was at liberty to givo it. Ibere is a perfect jam of dead logs at the head of the medical department. The Senator from Massachusetts (Wilson) has not gone far enough. The old fogy notion of promoting doctors who had dosed and dosed for forty years In the same old way. ought to be discarded, and we ought to call in to our relief the best medical talont of tho country. Mr. orimks offered an amendment Jto slriko out the word "Alexandria," and hare the resolution apply to all the government hospitals. The amendment was adopted. Tho resolution,as amended, was then passed. paymrvt ok import pl'tiw. Mr. Harris, (rep.) of N. Y., presented a memorial from a large somber of merchants of New York asking that the laws in rega:d to import duties lie confined to goods actually on sbipboaid. military rails) a i) i rom kbxtockt to tssxerrre. Mr. Joiwsox, (opp.) of Tenn., from tho Special Committee on that part of the President's Message relating to the construction of a military railroad from Kentucky to Tennessee, reported a bill for the purpose. tub cask o" skxatoii i Tho case of Mr. Bright was then taken up. Mr. Mows, (rep.) of Wis., proceeded tos|>eak at length on the subject. He said his vote would not bo eontro.eld by any judgmeut as to whether the .-Senator from Indiana had given aid and comfort to I lie uuomy. He (Mr. How) UioughClbntktheconstitution demsnd'oJ.thai i vory Senator should be a Mend of the constitution; but lie was forced to tho belief thai the Senator from Indiana was not a friend of the constitution, and not a frlond to tho present form of government, ifot that lie \va-. not ueh a friend on the 1st of March, but he was not such a friend at thu last Fession and Is not now. He lied examined the record of the Senator from Iudiann, and he fownd no word of sympathy for the govorntuent, und had come to the conclusion that the Senator did uot desire the extension of the authority of the constitution over the whole Unit-id f<tatcs,ir over any part. 11a thought It was a very poor apology for tho .Senator to sav that no bed forgotten that he lied ever written that tetter, or that Mr. IJnc'dn was bts friend. If the senator liad been true In his friendship for the old government ho would nave tola nr. uncoin mat Davis was a traitor, and that he ought not to go near him. Hut, in addition to not tutoring words of rebuke to the rebellion, the Senator from Indiana had uttered language to give etreugtii to the rebellion. Mr. Breckinridge at the ww ion last March off-red a resolution requiring the I'reeidenl to withdraw the federal troops from certain States, and Mr. Cnngraan oflered mm an amendmont that the President withdraw all the troops aud not attempt to collect any revenue in the seceded Mates. Mr. Howe then reterrcd to and read from a speech of Mr. Bright's, in which he declared himself infavorof thes< resolution*. He (Mr. Ilowc) supposed that these resolutions were oflered for the purpose of obtaining a negatlvo vote u|H>u them. so as to drive the people of the Southern Mates into rebellion. He (fl?we) was forced to be'icve that the Senator from Indiana took his position with a purpose and intent to strengthen gibe rebellion. To he sure the Senator from lndi ma, in a spesrh the other day, did call this rebellion a mad schema, and found fault with traitors because they left the Cnioo, not because tbey tried to overthrow the government an ) constitution, but becan-e they iiad gone out and left him,and such as ntm, to the tender mercies of the Senator from Massachusetts. He contended that the Senate should be purged of all taint of disloyalty, and thought they might, pcstdbly, make a mistnko a* to iho Ireseon of the Senator from Indians; yet they could sny to the |>eople that it was certain thero were no traitora left in the Senate. Mr. Wii.wot. (rap.) of I'a., thought that this was a plain esse. All the raid* were admitted. He felt it to be hi-'duty to vote for expulsion, though he stilt remembered with pies-'ire hi* early ai'ipinintanco with the Senator Hie facts were that the slaveholder* had <rg.uiized the rebe llion when the letter was written, .Mlbrson Haris was it* chosen loader, and the Senator from Indiana well knew the <1 mining treason of Davis. This letter was written to a desperate traitor, commending'a man on an erriud ot trn i?cn. The Senaior from New York (.Mr. Ilarna) Mi l If Die clause about firearms had been lilt out, ih letter would have been harmlera. Unfortunately the clause w.->* not left out. lie might as well say that an Indictment for murder, with the homicide clause I* ft out, was u li i ml"** paper. Mr. Cowan, (rep.) of Pa., asked, if the Senator was nut guilty of tre .son, what he guilt* off Mr' Wii mot <aid if lie was called en to define the of. louce, he should call that treason; but. if a *; Juror, ho might nut pronouncesik h a verdict; but,a* a senator, he should not hesitale. If calleil on to cay whether the Senator was a fit and sate man to sit in the counsels of the nation,he xhould not heeltate, but vote to expel him. Tlie Senator commended one trulior to another with an improved firearm. Would a loynl [Senator do this? SopI*** the Commander In Chief had written surli a letter. Would there have been any doubt. If the I'residont ha 1 written -urlt a letter, that impeachment could have botn made, ba'ed ?n the letter. Ou uioiiou 01 Mr. Wtun* the Senate went into executive not*ion, and subsequently adjourned. Heme of Ilaprraeiitatlree, Wasuixuto*. Jan. 30,1992. ntttar or enti.t.iM, m'ia? and to. Mr. Frrro*, (rep.jof N. Y* from tha Commlttae on Claim*, reported a bill, which wm pnsaed, for the relief ofl'bllltps, 8|>ear A Co., of New York. It authorize* the rela-iiing of certiorate* of the lontt of 1948, to the amount (M 42,000, in place of thoac loot. a sfAtio>At. ntMBTihtr. Mr- l>aww, (rep.) ot M.v?S., caused a memorial to be rand. saggestiD* an appropriation for tha National Cam* tery, lit ll>c District of Columbia, to that lha bodies of decerned eoldier* may be w.thln reach of Iweir friends. Referred U? fhe Committee on Military .tttairf. aemacnvaavsT or wa* linvntTrraa. The House reatK*ed tlie conel deration of the bill fa1 pny the expense* incnited by the Stale* m enrolling. *nb*,!'tin*, rlothin*. arming and tranaporting the tiooiw, fte. Mr. Hoi *ah, ("pp.) 0(" bid caused an article from the | CI/ C?go J'imrf to h? read, SltyWlaf a flagnint case ol IJSW IORK. HERALD, D'KJ fraud, acd said that under (bis bill $130,000 would be dishonestly taken out of the Trea.-ury. Mr. KuluuujMoM, (opp.) of 111., was glad to state that Governor Yatea, of Illinois, was not concerned in any fraudulent transaction; but he (Mr. Richardson) had nothing to aay in exculpatiop of others against whom grave charges lie. Thieves were engaged in plundering the Treasury in every possible way. We have more to fear from thein than we have from the rebels. My the passage of this bill we would open the door to all tlie thieves on earth. A law is already in existence authorizing the Secretary or tbe Treasury to pay all properly authenticated claims. We should reduce the pay of the army, and make them tight for something else than money. Another thing we hare got to do?namely: bring all incompetent officers, from General Fremont down, before a court martial. That ottioer (Fremont) should be convicted because he did not support General Lyon, the worst military bltiuder that ever was made. Mr. Kblloou, (rep.) of III., mentiourd the fact that his State had furnished eighty thousand voluntsers to oruah this devilish and hellish rebellion, and therefore it would be strange if some improvidence had not occurred, ilis colleague's (Mr. Richardson's) wholesale charge of disbouesty and fraud agalust officers of Illinois should be sustained by some kind of proof. He (Mr. Kellogg) had a regard for the public press; but bo wished it was to some extent debauched and demo: allzed. and that public officers could be shielded from insidious attacks at a time when the nations tremble and men tui n pale. Mr. Oi'Kw, (rep.) of Ind., said that unless the House should pass some such measure as this, very great injustice would be done to the loyal States. He (Mr. Duun) knew that many of the accounts were outrageous, the pilferer and the thief having been busy to plunder the government; but this bill enabled the Secretary of the Treasury to guard against improj>er allowances. On motion of Mr. EoecosConkxjko, (rep.) of N. Y., tbs bill was laid on tbs tsble, by a vote of S3 to 42. TVS TRBABVBY NOTS BILL. The consideration of the Treasury Note hill was postponed until to morrow. TUB SBVSNTH DMrRWT OF VIRC1H1A. Mr. Woutsstkr, (rep.) of Ohio, from the Committee on Elections, reported resoluti ns declarlug that Charles U. Upton, of the Seventh Congressional district of Virginia, la not entitled to a seat In this House. PAiSUOa OP THB ARMY AITROPRUTIOR bill. The House then went lute Committee of the Whole on the Army Appropriation bill. Mr. Cox, (opp.) of Ohio, responded to the attack of bis colleague (Mr. Gurley) upon the conduct of the war and Central Mo' lellan. Ho said there wore hypocrites in religion, quacks In medicine, pettifoggers in law, mushrooms in vegetation, secession in government, and military critics in Congress. He proceeded to suawer the generul charges against General McClollan bocause be had mado no movement on the Po tomac. He referred to the merits of the critic, whose only martial experience was acquired at Bu'l run, and whose brief experience on Fremont's staff, which be deserted wbou Fremont's star pale I, did not tnako him s military expert fit to criticise a skilful General. He took up the complaints against Gen. MoClellan fur w ithholding an eagor army from victory. In Missouri and Kentucky there wore no orders from Gen. McClollan inconsistent with the most prompt movements. His orders we:a to haslon the movements without a moment's delsy. Ho referred to the difficulties which Gonorals Uaileck and Buell met with in assuming their commands. It was not true, as bis colleague had said, that Gen. McClellan or Gen. Halleck bad stopped the march of Curtis, dlgel and Asboth after I'rUe. These generals had made a cavalry reconuoissance, and had called for six regiments from General Po e, which bad been furnished. A letter from General Halleck to General McClellan two days ago expressed the belief that our army would cither beat Price or drive bim out. As to the complaint that General McClellan bad stopped Lander and Kelly from VAJIVUI 1U| tlMMVU B? JWIIIUQ/ , U? DUu W uu llMk IV n UUI'l have been but a Hall's Bluff risk, crossing the river without means of recroesmg in case of disaster, and that,too, when Banks would have bad twice the distanoe to march which Jackson would have bad to retreat. Gen. Banks approved of Gen. McC'lellau's action. As to the non-movement of the army here, it cannot be done now for the mud. It was never intended by General McClellan to attack an equal force in their intrenohmenls. He Intends to do what he ia doing?cut off their line of supplies and retreat, by taking the Tennessee Railroad. To this end he has given bis every energy to aid Buell and his divisions. Mr. Oox referred to the general conduct of the war and the character of General McClellan. His colleague said the people had no faith in the chief in command. Mr. Cox denied this. What was wanted was a little more faith from his reverend colleague. He (Mr. Gnrley) was a Minister of the Gospel, and his faith was so large as to take in all mankind in his scheme of salvation. If his colleague's faith can take Jeff. Davie and Wigfull into Heaven?If be can see Humphrey Marshall squeeze through the gates of Paradise, why cannot ho exercise ' some faith in the skill and strategy of General McClellnn, ' even when some of his dosigns aro to blm inscrutable/ The General In oommand has to be reserved. If he took every one into his confidence in this leaky weather, all his plans would be frustrated. Mr. Oox inveighed against the fledgiing Congressional critics whoso experience was mostly conflnod to Bull run. It used to be considered necessary for a military critic to know at least that the rear rank is just behind the front, and that be should be at least a militia nlQcer, with the bloody experience of a training day; but here wa have a reverend civilian, whoso thoughts ought to he more on the dove thin on ih i eagle, whose experienci has been confined to conventions and caucuses, criticizing one of the mostaccomphshen otdcers in the military service of any nation. Why, years a?o, in the Mexican war. these same gontlcmen who arc now soqnerru O-is about General McClellan, echoed Sumner's "jieacefui true grandeur of nations," and HoSoa Bullous slang:? Fire away, j^ou flfln' feller: Yon may life till you are veller, 'Fore you get ahold of me. Mr. Cox referred, in conclusion, to the animus of ihtoe attacks on General McClellan. It was because he would discuss this aspect of our debates. Happily, bo could announce that no confiscating or cmanci: atmg bit's ran liars this Congress. L?t ttio nbolilionists howl on; let Phillips declare that a victory by McCis.'Ian would only cover up the old slavery ?oro,aiid, therefore, w.iit to be deplored. He hoped attacks on o.;r coinmnnder, our cnstilutlou and the government, whi h wore discouraging to the ariny and tbo taxpayer, w'nil cense, (or the common object?the restoiatioa of the I/nit u. rievcral amendments wero discussed, but none adopted. The Ai my kill wag passe I an originally reported. Adjourned. Police Intelligence. Thk Pwics Axovo rnie tiauautn*?Did * Putts PnoueH Uf.?The police still continue to keep up the raid upon the gamblers. On Wcdnea lay night the well known establishment of Dad Cur.n nf iinni, No. 57.') Broadway, was visited by a platoon of the E>ghtli pre rinct police, under Captain He'.ine, and thirty nine pers..i.a nrr When Ilia ollirers milcrod lb t>U. , lb. v found Cunningham anil litr numerous patron* were all clustered around a faro table, anil an ?'t?r j?ly engaged were ihey in the progress of tint nam* the they hid no Idea of their danger until they were within the grosp ot the I'lie |treaaueo or the ufilcers caused gtest commotion nt first, but all meant of escape having hoon cut nil', tho " sports'" soon bfia too rang tied to tneir htle and quietly accont panted their custodian* to the station house. Tin: gambling implement*. eunaisling of three tattles, on* chair, one bench, one dealing box,a para of cnriia, a tab e cotter, two sets of "faro*' checks, one set of "poker" checks, one set of "layout"'cliecka, a cue box, a cliee.k box and a check rake, were also seize! by tho o.Titers ami confiscated. Yesterday the prisoner* were brought bvfore Justice Kelly, when the following disposition wu made of Ibeir cases:?Daniel Cunningham bold for exatn mat too; John Kennedy, held to bail in the sum of $100; William IxH'kwood, held to ball; flcorgc Iranklm, ha. keeper, held to bail; Henry Thompson,clerk, do.: Williu.u Vosburg, boatman, do.; Richard Barry, do. Charles Townstml, rlcrk, do.; John MuraUsll. do.; Ren. Hack, engineer, do.; .'ohu Kelly, broker, do.; Charlie Pai. t?r, brass finisher, do., and .lamm Turne-, cooper, do. Tt.e remainder of the prisoners were discharged. Coroners' Inquests. fcrmoa o* >5 UltRXOWX Matt ry llisi ist.,?About ha'fpast sight o'clock yesterday morning as Mrs. Matilda Heifer, if Xo. .",1 West eleventh Street, \n - about to hail a milkman who wa? passing at the tim?, she dtocovsreJ the body of an unknown man lying dead lu the area way. Ppon procuring the assistance of Policeman Will#*, of was ascertained that the ibceased had hung him-elf to the railing of the stoop K.. ?..a Af as nlaoa Fit lae?a.l emu. . .,1. UK in iim I iu binding laths. l.if* wan quite extinct. ?llh<>"sh the wa-rath whtihyet iinimin I In the Ixnly showed that <leroiiN.-d had not been dead more than flfieen or twenty niinule.?. Ibo corpic was ruin 1 in a lying ponltlou on Ihr (lagging, mil Ihr *up|ioeition wan dial the cord parted after rti augnlal ion had occurred, thus placing tha body in that position. From ? passport found on tho person of dpoenred, which was dated January, HitW. li appeared i hat ha waa a native of llnilaiiit, and that his name was Jean Henri Walters. Coroner t'ullln held an tuqnesl upon the liodv, when Ibe Jury rendered a verdict of "Buldde b> hanging," No cause whatever could be assigned for ibe commission of the rash act. Fatal RAuan.iDf'AaoALiY.?>Au inquest was hcM at ih New York Hospital yesterday upon the body of Jams* Wat sou, a natlvH of Ireland, aged iwonly nine years, who died from the eflbota of iniurles accidentally reeelved on the 4th .nst., by falling Trout the platform of one of the cars on the .In .-ey City and Hackengark Railroad. lieceased wus In the employ oi tha New York Gas Centpa ny, and lived in Kigtitcenlh street near remit atomic. The jury tatideied a verdict of accidental death. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. Thursday, Jan. 30?6 P. M. The money market is very easy. Call loans are quoted ft to li per cent; moat of the brokers obtain all the money tlicy want at tho lower figure. First class abort paper sella at 6 per cent: long paper,

double name, highest grade, 7 a 8 ; lower grades 8 a 10 a 12, Ac. The supply of tuoncy is steadily increasing, while the demand remains stationary. Foreign exchange is dull. Bankers generally ark 114 for atcrling and 4.95 for francs; but we hear of no business above 113 a x/t '?r atcrling an i ".00 for franca. Gold is rather firmly held at lt)3% n a x/r The bankers look for an improvement in the demand for bills to morrow. This has been a dull day in the stock market, and most of the leading speculative securities, as well as government bonoL1. arc a shade lower than tlicy were yesterday. Ntf particular cause is as. signed for the decline. At the first board the W<ik*l was irregular. Tkf HJOTfnXpt iD Toledo LDAY, JANUARY 31, 1862. continued, and the stock rose %, and the sinking fund bonds 1%. Pacific Mail advanced %, Erie %, preferred %, Michigan Southern %, guaranteed %, Hock Island %, Beading %. On the other hand Central fell off %, Michigan Central %, Illinois Central %, Galena %, Milwaukee and Prairie da Chien %. After the board the market was dull and heavy. At the second board stocks were rather more active, without material change in prices. The market closed steady, the following being the last quotations:?United States 6's, registered, 1881, 88% a 88%; do. 6'b, coupon, 1881, 89% a 89%; do. 6's, coupon> < 1874, 78 a 80; Indiana 6's, 75 a 78; Virginia 1 C's, 51 a 53; Tennessee 6's, 44% a 45; North Carolina 6's, 61 a 63; Missouri 6's, 42% a 42%; Pacific Mail, 99 a 99%; New York Central, 83% a 83%; Erie, 34% a 35; do. preferred, 57% a 58%; Hudson River, 38% a 39; Harlem, 12% a 13; do. preferred, 30% a 31%; Reading, 41% a 42; Michigan Central, 62% a 62%; Michigan Southern and Northern Indiana, 21% a 21%; do. guaranteed, 41Jfa 42%; Panama, 112% a 113%; Illinois Central, 61% a 61%; Galena and Chicago, 67% ft 67%; Cleveland aua roieao, *2% a 42%; cnicago and Bock Island, 55% a 55%; Chicago, Burlington and Quincy, $2% a 62%; Milwaukee aud Prairie du Cliicn, 20% a 21%; Cleveland, Columbna and Cincinnati, 104 a 105; New York Central 7's, 1876, 104%; Erie third mortgage bonds, 93 a 95; Michigan Central 8's, first mortgage, 99% a 100%; Illinois Central bonds, 7's, 93 a 95. Borne little nneasiness was created in monetary circles to-day by a rumor to the effect that Congress was about to lay over the Treasury Note bill for the present, and to authorize Mr. Chase to pay his debts in six per cent bonds. Of course there was no truth in the story. There is no reason to believe that the House Committee of Ways aud Means consists of traitors; and nothing but rank treason could explain the postponement of the Treasury Note j>ill at the present juncture. Nothing short of Mr. Spaulding's bill, authorizing the issue of $100,000,000 more Treasury notes, making them, a legal tender and convertible into six per cent stock, will enable , the government to curry on the war. To oppoBe that measure, or to endeavor to delay its passage, is simply to work in the interest of the rebels. Both Mr. Chase and the committee have been greatly anuoyod by the visits of volunteer advisers?bankers and merchants from here?who have strenuously labored to defeat the only scheme of finance which can afford substantial relief to the Treasury. It is to be hoped that the motives of these persona are understood by this time. Under cover of loud protestations of patriotism, they have no other object in view than to depreciate government securities thirty, forty and fifty per cent, in order that they may buy them and make fortunes at the public cxpeuae. That this would be the inevitable result of a heavy issne of government securities not created a legal tender, none of Mr. Chase's self-constituted monitors will dare to dispute. Yet so blind has been their greed, and so boundless their confidence in the public patience, that many of them have infested the antechambers of the Committee of Ways and Means and the Treasury Department for a month at least, clamoring for usurious profits,and, with hands already dripping with plnnder secured on army and navy contracts, have deafened Mr. Chase and the committee with appeals for the privilege of making more money out of the ruin of the country. It is time that this indecent performance should ccasc. There is a limit to public patience, and some of these corsairs of finance may discover tbat they have reached it. The fate of Ouvrard should warn them to pause. Meanwhile, we trust that Congress will not unnecessarily lose an honr in passing Mr. Spnulding's bill, with the amendment requiring the government to pay the interest on its entire debt in specie. It is also absolutely essential to the preservation of the public, credit that no time rliould be lost in passing a thorough tux bill. Every hour of delay encourages the enemies of onr credit to reiterate their spiteful assertions that the people or the United States will not bear taxation. Congress must take for granted that there will be crrws in their new K'licmi'ot taxation. These can he i cm< ilir.! ln?ro. after. Wli?fc in necessary ltow in, llrst, Hat Mr. fThasc should be enabled to pay bis debts without ruining the public credit, and, secondly, that the whole world should see that we are willing and anxious to bear the burthen of the war squarely on our shoulders, and to laise by direct taxation so large a proportion of our total expenditure that the balance shall not press unduly 011 our imt'oaJ credit. The Assistant Treasurer received another million dollars, of coupon Btock from Washington this morning. A butch oT 7.lit Treasury notes, also, is on the way, which, together with the two millions of stock, will be handed over to the banks when they apply for them. The remaining fit,.100,000 due the government will not be railed for till next week. The business of tie Sub-Treasury to-day was oh follows:? Peenlpt* $700,442 6* ?I or customs 86.000 o" ?Ou accounl uf loaii IA ,887 ifi Payments, redeemed 8 pr ct tiotca. .2,207,740 * Balance 2,767,0.14 4*' The following tahle ahows the amount of the total subscription to the government loan by the banks in each of the three cities, the amount of eurh subscription paid into the Sub-Treasury, the amount returned to the banks from private subscriptions, and the amount still due the government from the banks:? Hank* of A'aterWtert. Pnid In. Rrr'dhfl. Cur Cor \>wYoik..$li?a.o:>a.s;i.? os,;.r>?,a.u :i6,ooo,?oo 3,000,000 llostoo !S?, t;?9.O05 28.160,006 10.000 000 1,000.000 t bil'delphm 14,679,648 14.O70.64S 6.000,000 600,000 Total .$146,706^478 140,706.478 60,000,000 6,000 000 The exchangee at the Hank Clearing House today were $17,210,679 07, and the balances $*77,899 1C. In relation to American 8ccuritic?, Metiers. Baring Brothers A Co. remark:? Nothing itntug |u United States ?tocka; business atona i:i New York ami Krto shares at 29. Canada 6's have ad raacrxt to 08 a 100 ti dir. New nrtwewirk 101 a 100. Nova Scotia 10f? a 107. The London 7Ynw* notlcea and quote* the market a* foKow*:? lu the eol"iii?l market Grand Trunk relapsed to 20 a 21, and Great Western of Canada to 10*? a Jf. In Ant- ric ui s.vriritir* there was a rise in Krla profernnoe, and a do cline in Illinois ('antral. Canada $ per rent*, 08a 00,',; f'lntinii I'rirf, V. 8. f> per rent, 1874 flo a 71 Virgin*Mate 0 per rent 48 a 48 Atlantic k Ot. Western, N. Y. eec., 1st mm tmortrrsge, 1*80, 7 por cent AO a 6.1 F te share* 28 a 20 1H>. 7 per cent, preferred 40 a ft) Do, assessment scrip l 'ia 2 Sea- York and Krle 7 per rent, 18(17 86 a 00 Itp. 2d mortgage, 7 per rent, 18A0 83 a 88 TV). Odranrtg., 7 per ct.,1883.a**nt'd 78 a 78 Illinois Cortral 8 per cetil, 1878 ...74 a 78 * To. do. 7 per cent, 1876.x. a 79'4 aSO'f IV. do. $100 Nil*., $86 paid/lis 42 a 41 IV. do. all paid 8. 0..85 a 68 Michigan Central con., 1880 , 8 per ct 80 a 86 Dn. sinking fund 8 |>er cent, 1882 82 a 86 N. Y. Can. 6 percent. 1888 78 a 80 JV. do. 7 per cent, 1804 86 a 00 IV. do. 7 per rem, 1870 86 a 00 IV. do. $100 shares 70 a 74 rename 1st mortgage,? per rent, '86 07 a loo Ttn O.I mnatsraea T ttitp ont.l IBM Oft o Inn Pennsylvania Central Oporccut 82 a 83 Po. do. 2d mortgage 81 a Rn Do. tin. $.'>0 Mitres 28 ft "0 I'hllu. k Reading $50 share* 14 t 18 The last Bank of Englund statement shows tlio following variations aa compared with the previous week:? Otemtv rtiblic deposHs ? ?'2.802,8i">P Oihi r deposits ?3.170.426 ? Note* in circulation 188,0'ii _ Rest 61301 On the other side of the account:? tJnremmmt eecmltles 1 200.046 _ Other securities ? 604.171 l oin and bullion 84.678 Notes unemployed ? ? 121,426 The l.vketa Valley Railroad and Coal Company bare dc?:l/irfd it (Jlvl^nd of ??ven pry yul of the earnings of the year 1861, payable February 3. The statements of the banks of the three princl pal cities of the Union for the last week compare with the previous one, and the corresponding time of I860, as follows:? AoiMi, DetHM-U*. ftrfW'*. n. York, Jan. 18. $144,767,680 lW.ff7t.78S 2M98.728 6,828,017 Ronton, Jan 27... 68,024,U1 34,010,776 8,462,174 CS84.M rfails., Jan. 30..... 30,384.007 20,068,098 6.821.333 2,121,146 Total am 178,477 144.263.660 41,082,236 14,233.431 Last week 244.097,173 140,466,892 40,437,404 16,039.664 Uat year 213,066,214 130,462,374 37,944,743 17,011.412 By the Anglo-Saxon at Portland we have five daya later advices from England. The price of ' consols was 93%. The Bales of cotton for the week ending the evening of the 16th inst. were . *0,000 bales, and on the 17th 6,000 bales were sold. { Prices hud declined %d. a %d. a pound. Flour was . noticed as 6d. a Is. and wheut Id. a 2d. lower, and Indian corn easier. j The Chicago Tribune, in an article upon some j proposed action relative to the Illinois Central Railroad in the Illinois State Convention, now in ' session at Springfield for the purpose of amending ' the State constitution, says:? We wi*h to correct s misapprehension which exists at Springfield touching the great profits of this immense mo- * nopoly. The capital account of this company, by tho 1 balance shoal published on the 31st of December, 1360, , stands charged with 933,200,000. Of this sum, " $4,996,213 16 have been paid out of pocket for interest on : the money borrowed by the shareholders. The company ' owed at that time $15,670,000. Besides this debt the < stockholders have paid in money $15,664,980. Neither the road nor the lands have ever given one dollar of income to these stockholders, and the operation of both road and lauds has left tb<>m minus income aud minus $4,066,213 68, paid for interest, over and above tho earnings of the road and collections on the lands for the last seven years. The Cincinnati Gazette has this paragraph of interest to speculators in sugar at high prices:? A member of a leading foundry establishment informed us that their chief business at presont was tho manufacture of sugar kettles. We were aiso informed by a grocery merchant that there is an extraordinary demand from tuo iuierior fur buckets, some farmers buying as many as five dozen. This means extensive preparations for the manufacture of maple sugar. This business, owing to in# high price of canc sugars, will yield large | profits, and with a favorable season a crop will be pro dttced that will astonish the sugar trade ol' the country, I ana aurpriec ami disappoint mote who nave Deen anucipiiiing a largely increased revenue from the import g of foreign products. The manufacture of maple and sorghum in 1862, if tlie signs do not fail, will, with the economy that is being practised iu consumption, mulce the loyal elates wholly iudependont of Louisiana trope, Stock Exchange. lo _ . ? ? fBURaiiAV, Jan. 30, 1802. T^ni ? i. 97'?' W?hsKrleRR..blO 35)< ll!J *2*' 79 300 E" 'e RR pref.... 68 ?S2STr ' do blO 68 \i 6000 Mo6 s,isIl&SJK 60 60 do bio 68 U aw Louisiana ?'a.. 61 600 ErteRR asat ecrip 68 8 .XMSSfe 3a ;?? J8"*S??a?e a? J*1 "> ?0JS 60Mich.So&Vlagtsk 41? ronuivw ^' J5* 360 111 Cent RR scrip, 61? 6000 OhlANW a f bs 87 60 Clave & I'lttn RR. 16 >' lOOOHanuib'IfcURK 3oy; 100 Galena At Chic RR ?7?? ^ nel.L.VWR^m 83" fiOCtovTfcWRR? 41? ,SS21l<!Ve*^,!fb 200 do b30 42 15COO Amergold.b30 lOS?; 100 do blO 4" lO sba BkSt NYork. 78 j; j?00 do 4" AContineuU1 Rank 71 200 do b30 42'; 60 Bank nf Republic 78 j; 200 do.... c 421? 70 l acittc Mail S3 Co 09 300 do......^ *Jo aSO 08? 100 do a30 42 ^0 b30 00 100 do 630 4\H ?? do O 00 100 do slO 42 99 160 Cbic At Rk la RR. 66'; 1200 N York Cant RR 83? 300 do bio 65'! J? ?3X 200 do hl6 66S' 'jJ?_ . do b30 83 j; 60 do b60 65?f f"?En*RR blO 36 60 do bflo 60 J?*? do 35 275 Cbi,B k <J RR.. 62 ??? do b30 36 ',' 60 Mil APrtluCh RR 20 V 1300 do b30 36)^ RECOND BOARD. *2???us 80 X # aha Del 4tH C?Co 92'; t??i7o!f.0" ,*? 90 60 rauille M 88Co.. 89 81co"' 89'< 200 NV.?rk Con RR.. 83'; 3WOTr'y7 3 10pcn 87* 100 Erie RK b30 35 .1000 Missouri 6 s... 42>; 100 do 341* 12000116 KiHtoHASJR 60 300 do ' 34'' 5125 !!!/"!!? IT"' ? 78'-?' 200 Erie RR pref.b30 68'! 5?* 10 MIc C RR ox dir. 62 6000 RrieHK5llinibj. 74^ to Mich 8 A N I RR 21K 2nwM,ohSoi'trbs 851; m do . !. 21? ,t , le!1,iT" l!riH 84 26 MS&NIgs... .blfl 41 % ?tnnn An as?r tin lint" MXjO MCSpclms'i b.. 100 105 Gal k ( hie JtU... BTYt 2000 C,BfcQRK?pcb. 1000 Clere k Till RK. 41 \ 1000 Mich So 1 m tin 00 100 do sOQ 41??' 4000 Tol fc Wlatm. 79 800 do 42 .'1000 MilkI'duClslui. 89 150 do b.10 42'," 20000 Am gold.. .bOO 103?{ 400 do 1>50 42 V, 2000 do 100 \i 50 Cbl k R I KR. .slO 55', 55000 do bflO 10:1 ?a 50 Chi. B k 1} UK... 62 J f 0: 000 do I t o 103 6 NJereey Can RR. 11V 10 ihs Batik ol' Coin 77,', CITY COMMERCIAb RKPOKT. TIU K-I'Ay, .Inn. :j0? 6 P. M. Asms?The market w?< quiet and prices nominal, at QO 25 for pearls and at $0 .'17}i for pots. Bitxanmrmt.?Flour?Thoforeign news by the Angio Saxon had a deque-ring influence on the tun kel, which c os d at a decline of 5c. per bbt., chiefly on llm medium and lower crudes. The sulos footed up about B.OoOa h,000 bbls. .cIomiic within the following ranee of prices:? Superfine State |5 ."5 a 5 50 1'xtrn to fancy Stale 6 70 a 6 00 Superfine Western 5 55 a 5 60 Common to choke extra Western 6 t>5 a ti 75 Canadian 6 70 a 0 50 Southern mixed to grunt superfine. . 5 75 a 0 15 F.xtra do. 8 30 a (1 so Coodto choice family do ti 10 a 7 75 Rye flour 3 00 a 4 30 Corn, Jersey and Brandy wine 5 00 a 3 31 ?Canadian Hour was steady, with rales of 500 a 600 bbis., clisirgal the above prices. Southern fl air was also lower, with some mere inquiry at the concession, while the sales embraced about 12,000 hlils., closing within the wage of the above quotations. Rye flour was steady at 0'ir figures, with sales of 150 bhl*. Corn meal was steady a'.our <pi< tstlons, with sales of 200 bids. Wheat was dull, and in the absence of sale" of moment quotation? wore nominal. A small kit of Jersey red was sol I at $1 40, and of I/nig Island do. at the same figure; 500 bushels Stale spring at (1 25. and a cargo of Milwaukee was re portal at (1 30. on Ibodock. Hy was in moderate do mend, with salea of 1,400 bushels, on the dock, at ?:ic. Parley was quiet but very firm, at 90c. a $1. Oat* were Armor, especially for 'tale: Canadian and Western sold at 40c. a 41 and 42),c. a 43c. for ?al?. the latter ligure for prime. i 'ovh-k.?'I ho market was quiet and the sales limited, i white holders were firm in their views. Cur rax.?(hiring the forenoon, prior to the receipt -T ' the foreign news, the demand was good from 'pinueri i and prices firm, with sales of 200 bales on the hists of iUU . a 34c. for middling and stru t middling. After the reoeipt of the news the besbofe was checked, aud no rules of moment transpired. Khkhihts.?Retrs were dull and engagements were moderate. To Liverpool about SO,000 busho - of con. were reported engaged at 7Jgd.. in bulk, 6.700 bhls. flour at 2s. 3d. a.2s. 0d., and by r.eitral vessels. 300 bbls. I? lioleum oil at 7s. tbi.. 400 bbls. |>ork at Us. 3d., and 800 tnives heron at 27s. M. a 30s. To latndon, by neutrnl vessels, H00 tons logwood were t.tken at 27s. tht., lot) bags . 'over seed at :10s.. 60 hhds. tallow at 30?., and 200 pa. k i s bacon and lard at Sis. 6d. To (ilasgcw. tl'Ki tiervr* lard at :i2s. lid. A ship h n> e to Acapulco at 616, aud a Swedish bark, hence t<> Xewrjr, Ireland, with 1.200 bushels wheal at I'M., in hulk. )la\.?The mnrkel wn? drm, wltll sales of I ".on bales at Hoc. a tatc. t'< r shipment, and hi 96c. a 61 lor city vs., I'M.?Toe lion Lei was dull ail.l rale.- ullllup rlulil. whilequotations weie Lom u..l. Kttrrr.?l>eaieis wo:e awaiting the art on o't otigr .? regard to the now tariff. Mcdciatn sale ?>i layer rai in* we e iic.L nir at 63 40, and ol' bunch do. at 6-'t 20. I'i i."i lipping were selling freely at 6. a 6 {<:. lor old, ntid at 7 '4c. lor uow. Hswr.?Manila was (Irmly liel.l at 8c. Sales In II si.-n were rc( orted at 7'.,c. cash. Hots were Iu steady demand for homo use, with sales of good In prime new at 17c. a 23c . uud u lot of 1*60 sold at 15c. a 17c. Naval.SvotiKr were quiet, while prices wero hi a great degree itounnal. Paovistoxs.?l'ork?The market was firm and tolerably Willi null llll|Uir) I'M luiuir "IlllflJ. LlltKl l embraced about ,0o0 a (' ,000 bbli., Including new moo on tha spot. at $1-.' 87.', i $13. an<l fpr future delivery, n Feb mry, at $l;t a $13 2A,4nd at the a:inte llgitre# lor <to ti\ e: y In M uch and AprB,?ud lOObbla. city prime tnea* at $13 87?,'. Beef war flrtn and lu a|eady dom.ind, wllb <al<-( of M)0 a 400 Ilia $12i!3 for plain! nt $U ft r extra. Heel hams acre flrtn but unlet. Cut meats wore steady, with (tales or AO bhd*. at 4c. for pickle 1 ahouldera, and 6c. for In ma do. 11a. on ?m In rail ra queat. with aalea oi 300 tv.xoe at (l,'4c. for Western Ion ; rll>t??d, and at fl\r. Tor ibort clear, and Co. a #',< . I r Cumberland city cut, pail deliverable next week pressed hoga were ft a $4 26 for Western, and $ a-. $4 40 for city. Idtrrt was Inactive, while prices ranged from 7'ar. a 8!?c. Butter w?? In moderate demand at 18c a 10c. for State, ami Ohio 13c. a lie. Statu choose was at 4c. a 7c., and Ohio 5){r. a 8c. Ficutb?Hm tnaiket waa steady, with aaloa of 7fl". hhdt., chiefly within tha range of T)<c. a 8i?c. Include in the oalce were 600 hhda. for ahipnienl west, chiefly o Cincinnati and Pi. Louis; and 8.A bag* wore sold at p. i Whickiy.?Sale* of bOO bbla. wei# made al '.'4c. I.K('Tl'RB8. /spoi l It i iriON ?KRElW.KCTlJRES OS SOCIAL tND \J I'ollllcal ScienceThe tourih lecture of Judge holt wi 1 he delivered lb the large hall ol the l'0"i>or Inailtuto, tills ( Fildav) tuning, at 8 o clo'.k. Admission bee. J ABUAM H IlKiVlTT, Secretary, f wrs $ v. MA-TFt". THE ' FME*A!*B JOl R ?| nal'' and "Freeman H Apical," vrl" lecture on 8 indsy evening, February W, hi 8 otto k. In lrvl"? lla.l, coth.r o Kliteeiith aireel, opposite the Academy el Mtiaie, The sub. iret Is Mlhrtstephcrt'obiml M.' Fresh l.lght on III* llharae. ierand Mission."' ft.-kit* of udlb'tetcn, JOceuU; loraaicat the dvvr aid elicwhcie. rz: ? n 3 ?ALB? OW KBAL BITACT. AJU.BE ohancb fob manufacturers." watbb poweb fob 8aijb ob bknt. Now ready tor any kind ot machinery: the building la of trick, with atone foundation, four stories blab, SO by UStert. ivervhnt wheal, all iron, will drive any maenlut-ry the buildn? will bold, on a never falling stream: about U acres ot and snd bouses to accommodate from 30 to Ml families; also i good storehouse, a l in complete order, and now ready for lee, Situated In tbe towa ot Cornwall, orange county, stair uties Hum New York, and within twenty minutes' drive of he dock on the Hudson river, and one-half mile fhim Brut 3 ranch Railroad. Parties wanting water power and everyhlng ready to put In machinery wul And It to their Interest o examine this property. For further particulars apply to IOIIN OKU a CO., Cornwall, Orange county, N. Y. A MAGNIFICENT VIEW ON THE HUDSON. 8TONB House, at euros, for sale or exchange. See Herald 7th if January, third dm1'. WlGjAM C. WETMOltE. <1 Wall street ATA SACRIFICE.?A THREE STORY HIOH BTO iP fV House, couulning all the uto. ern imp ovemeuta, looted withiu one and a half blocks of Madison park. Also a tne brown stone front House In the same vicinity. ISAAC A. MOQ8, 73 Naaaan street Brooklyn, e. d.?for sale, a fine house. finished in the best style and replete with all modern Improvements and conveuieii' ew, In the vicinity of Bedford tvenue. Term* to suit. If or ruli pardcu.ars adores* Brookyn, boi 303 Herald o8icc, hentral park lotfl.-for sale. two dk8ira\J ble corner Lot*, fronilug ou the Central Park; also, a I umber of first class Houses at reduced price*. Apply M k J. BLKECKBR. SOB k CO.. II Fine street. DE8IRARI.e country seat. beautifully 8ituated by the depot at lfeluchim, N. J. Buildings all new, inil plenty of choice fruit. Inquire of GEO. P. KNAFP, Jr., fan v leek's banking house, Wo. 4 Broad ?treet. Farm.-a very bice, good farm, near milwaukee, Wl*., with gool buildings and fence, under [ >o<l cultivation, all in tin t rate order, to exchange for a imnll Residence or Country Place, about one boor from this :lty. SOUTH WICK k WOOD. 82 Nassau street Farms.?a very large variety of most excellent Paime, of all *i/.ea and pncea, convenient to the city, near depots, schools and churches, for aale and exchange. on the moat liberal term*. Also some beautiful Country Seats. south wick A wood, 83 Nassau street. For sale-or exchange for western coun. ty Uon.ia, or reliable securities, two three Htory, high stoop brick Houses In Brooklyn, In good neighborhood, in good order, occupied by good tenants. No Incumbrance, CLARK It GODD.VRD. 85 Cedar street, American Exuhauge Bank Building. For sai.e-a three story brick house and Lot. with btore, water and pas, two atury on the rear. No. Idt W st Twenty-first street: first lot from (he Eighlla arenuo. Inquire of O. 1IIGUINS, 620 Ninth avenue. For rale?at elizabetiiport. new jersey, three l.locks from Central Railroad de.iot, and 100 yards from Staten Island Sound, with a very line view, of Newark B.iy, two iiue Hous a, Store and three Lota: size of Lots, 3d by ICO feet; first Houhc, 21 by SI, two stories and basement, contains nine good rooms; second House, 22 by 2t. atx rooms, store Id by 21, and don g h very good cash business in grooeri.sand meats; water In, baih houses, street washer and hydrant In front, (tagged and paved; there is a Ana dock finished at the foot of the street for shipping Iron from; iba buildings are almost new. The whole property will be sold for $ or exchanged for Boats and Staves, Stoves, or anything suitable for the California market. Call on or address p. WALSH, 25 ilarsi all street, Elixabethport, N. J. For sale?several small bkown stone enollsh basement Houses, all iu excellent loealitie*. and well and tastefully finished, from $6.00(1 to $10,011). A largo part of the consideration money may remain on bond aud mortgage. Apply to E. II. LUDLOW k CO., No. $ Finn trect. For sai.e?24^ acres of land on pblham Neck, Weatchekter cour.iy, fifteen miles from Now Yoik: lies on the Sound; good fishing, bathing, plenty of new fruli trees, new bouse and barn. Apply at $8 West street. tj10r sale-at prices to suit the times, twen X' ty new brkk and fruin_- nouses on scvouty-eigntn ana Eighty-second streets. In lit b- at improved pari a ol Yorkv.lle, at prices from $2,600 to $6,0-1). and on accommodating payment. Apply to JOHN TURNEU, at the paint tore, corner of Eighty, dxth street and Third avenue. FOB SALE?THE FOUR STORY BROWN STONE HIGH stoop House No, 80 West 'I b riy-fourth street, near Broadway. Api l> to A. II. LYONS, No. 27 Wall street, as Fob 8ale?that valuable lot of ground, m Chrvstle street, only 1 S frt south of Grand street. For particulars apply at SK Pearl trcet. For sale?a lease of stoke $ss Washington street (or 12 years, from the 1st of May. I'o*session given oil the 1st of tlay. Apply al71 Veeey street, corner of Greenwich. For sale or exchanqe-a farm in bergkn County, New Jersey, within three utiles southwest I'rum Spring Valley depot, In Rockland County, New York, of 110 a.ues; 20ol' which Is woodlauds, with dwelling, barus, Ac.; spnle trees, pear trees, cherry trees, currant bushes, Ac. Will be sold cheap for cash, or exchanged for other good property. RALPH, KINO A NEPHEWS. SO Beaver street. For sale or exchange-a torek story and basement brick Storehouse and full Lot, in Wnoaler street Price cheap. Apply to 0. F. JACOB, 12J Thlrtytbird street, For sale or exchange?a country seat, near the city, and easy of access by s'.esmnont and railroad", Is tear the water. Will he exchanged for houses and lots In Brooklyn, on or near the rtvor will be pre'erred. For further information inquire ol HEI88ENBLETTEL A CO., 11 and 13 Aliunde street, Brooklyn. Fob sale or exchange-fob improved oity property, a very desirable residence on Hislm Island, not far from Vanderbllt's landing. Inquire of jxmb8 VAN KL KEN. .12 Will am street. I FOR SALE OK EXCHANGE?FOB SOME GOOD city 1 prn| et iy, lHt*k aeres, beln* the best of land is M-nitvs county. Ph. There aic two good houses and two good b.mat plenty ol fruit; is two mtlcs an 1 a half from the railroad tit pot and ri ll y ml'ea from New York. Apply to oradureas George Foster, ko Washington Greet, Hobqken, n. j. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE?FOR CITY OR BROOKhit pioperiy, or n e.eliundlse, 206 acres of valuable l.uud, a puri ot wh.?h la Item tly lintbered. and has aqua ry ol supoiinr t'agylug aloue on it; located in Sullivan county, t ordeilug on Orange county. New York, near W carnal and rollroad, Addn at u. O. A B., 2ti2GrO nwlth street. TTtOK HALF. OR EXCHANGE?ONE OR MORE OF TUB _T sixi) o the lineet full Lots lu the State of New York, tnree miles from the City ll.tll. or will put from $1,000 lo $10.11; f) in cash, lor say anp.e goods from $IO.i?K) lo gin,000. | K 1?. RICHARDSON A CO., ?2 and 84 N osau streak T.-*OR SALE. EXCHANGE.OB TO LET?OR A PART I n-r wanted In u |wpt>r in III, situated a abort dl*un<-e (torn me cnyot New \ora. Address Mill, box 101 Herald other. - ..... O.I e I ev wo I viae A VVBV hVtllSlBl B 1 J ' - '1' SA1.1.. ?.!. U? 1_ Country He-idem c anil Farm, ut' about 10J acre,, in tho town ul' Peluam, Wi iuhi tci county, iii inlii front tLe city, n.llea from Sc.v llairn Railroad de|x>t. ci n alnlnf limut, U.<ru?, u iiboiikt a. A-. Place wall slocked with iron, ehada Hi"*, Ac.; will be wild <iu lavor.Ma term?, or laaard to* good It naiit at a moderate relit. Aim, a Farm of tM ncrra, at ylumimneck, three qn triers of a mile from New Haven depot; gnoil water power anil plenty el fruit trees. Apply at Ah Went street, New Yotk. nOl SK AND LOT?THREE STORY BASEMENT AND tub-cellar Brick House; (at, marble mantels, Ac.; on . ne i f tlie healthiest airiiiiet In Brooklyn; one b'oek from I'niti-u sveime cat*. Pine $t,<40; hall cash. Apply at IS Orn ne sienur^ Brooklyn. rpo EXCHANGE?THE OWNER OK TWO MODBKATR L priced large brown House* will axc-bunge for a Brat c a-* Uunae near Madlvon sjuare. Own< r* only ueed address H. O.. box 1DJ Herald ofllee. TO EXCHANGE?BROOKLYN CITY 1MPROTED Property, near Fulton and Catharine ferries, good neighborhood. for a Farm of 40 to 60 acre* of good pmduedvo laud, with plenty of trail and some wooa, near railroad ie| ut, schools ana churches, and not more than SO mllea from the cut; moat be a healthy attnatlon. Addraaa, with prwo and full} arilculaia, S., box 4.1 Herald ode-. KUWKPAPERS. " ?' A BIG TIIINO" ON (' A KM IN ES.?READ THE WEEK A LI l'Al l'ASIAN tills weak. WHO W Kit IK BKN WOOD'S NOVELT Read Ut* W KKhLY CACCASIAN tbla week. DE!HTIITRT.~ ~~ K AVI Nil HAD TWO TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT feeling any pain whaleiar. by Dr. J. JAY VILLBRS, Iii Ilri.n l a,n et, two blocks from Broadway, I rhaorfolly rerttmnii n.l him to tboae tuUering from toothache.?Mb a Ktile bhrllde, .-U3 Spring aim t. \T R. GRIFFIN A BROTHERS, DENTISTS, SJTPVLTON A, ?tree\ Biooklyn, and ills Grand street, opposite Lot 4 A Taylor a. New tors iformerly 374), barn the largest an I rbek|f?t dental e?iaUl?hrarnt in the world. They are Inverting T- e h on their Implored atmospheric plains without - - t- #. . ... 11,. I,,,,-. Pufl a, ik ,,n nlaiina or aold B2V allvt r or rubor i, $10; | *i I mI art* on (Old! $1; ailvec $ll rrilB PHOI'KIKTOR OK THK ORIGINAL ARTIFICIAL 1 Hone Killing lor ilfciTfil lecih ha* returned trow IK t era ami wl I rraiiiua tlir pra- lb* id Dentlalry ai bla roowa, * > Hr.-alwaa, ?here lie will Introduce the rebtbrated Cuban ro..?h l'a???r and Utim Waah, ihe ouljr barmlaaa ailOa known will ki ep the l-elh wblir?tbr guma htral' by. UI.VKS AND I.IHl'OR*. AT THK SEVENTH AYKXt'K IMSTILLKHY 1iVaNI> XII S v. niU arruu.-. bt-tw ? n I n rtleih and Tbtrdy-Brar -tierl., N>* ^ ork, J on ran -.-t itir In tl aiti'innlof th? bead liquor lor tin* leaal money. Call and la' aailatied. N. I. Liquor* for tale in lamd. WW. lll'OHBH A SOU KXPBBR9KR. A UCKMIAM K KCRMTt'UK EXPRESS AND PACK. At In: rriaUltahmt'iil. IIS Wi-ai Kcve nib street, between Kltlh mid Sixth avenue*. Houa-liold Furniture bnied and hipped lo all part# of ifce world. Coat-rod wafona for reiiitxlng lui nilure to and Irani (lie country. Furnltum aiored. The vcRdis express, 2* iiroad street, patroi .rr I by ir.uia l -ad'ng hnnaea, forward* pat kag a p. r att-iim- ra Ka.uak .m i U wnokf lo Xaaaan. Havana and alt (tit. \Trvi Indira. 4ili F hrnary. To Enropo or try Tuesday ami Friday, Orders solicited. iUigbeel rrfcrenoee given. RKSTAlIRAITlii NO I BAIK'LAY hTRKKT.?Ll'.NClI BOOK. OYSTERS, Clioua, Ste.ha. t l cetera; ml tlirrc la a rgil Boarbt-n ao.onV"' HMiMgR A MEWE IKK. Rill trio AT LIAAY'S, \ ' M FULTON STREET, 'anoth?riin. lo?or i iiiu oira un Oyatera. N. B.-Tho In.u-l KKiit-a all.I Koi .* in to .?n. Onian opened without clacking. Try the I ?ncy K-aat and Boston Stew a " BlUUROIt a LARUB STOCK or HAND BIL il?nt Tn??i*i?, wuli I'Urlnn'B CombtiiMiWn CntaH di, for Su,pat l>rkr? to Mill tin* Unto. I'll i:i.AN k CULLENDER, IS to 09Pwlj ?t, N. T. IlILLIARDS ?FOR 8VLB. V SPLENDID STOCK OE J J tn-W *'.id M'oonrt butxl r?blm, m ? itMinnblo pr,o*?: b*fot> lie lilikf lor ?.ile, Hint order* l>> umil intend .1 u> hy W. II. i.RlFr tI'll, ltd Fulton * for . IPUKT1AU. f.AtiR HALE?A LARQR NKWFOl'JUSLAXD PUT, I' ,.| month* o'.d, wriuhtng n *rljr one H Mil rod poomte, ... ciovoiiK <1 M? ilnldrn nnd lu ?rerj r**pe?t * ? fninldt r .!?)> ml. n. Inquire At M I'ooer* trnet, M.i> Al> it ^ tjAtiR MALI -A rim LAROK NRWFOUNDLAJID o*m j? lww?*t?utm?dh??h. J

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