20 Ağustos 1846 Tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 2

20 Ağustos 1846 tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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aet'led. ii bettor ' man I f? lnnkei for The arrival* h?"-e barn :a'her ll(fh? NTtwt#y rou'itmea pVn'y. and flrit cla*? bill-ha** been ''n* at per cent Colonial ttu P' a remain fWt : whoiil 1.30 1 h'>rt< British pi -nation have ?<?M a't il \ la decl1 i? X'? fartii** ?Ve of \1anritine ti;i< taken |>I i'Jt. Of Be i?ril 3 .'>00 baffa, chiefly bought in a'>ove the value: tbo port'on w h'ch ?oM wen' at a le.l ir-'ion o'1?. to li. t> I; t.500 h?(i ?ia(ruN partly [ oi l witho'it alteration Soma enquiry haa rxi?t?-d for foreign on Jntiah vo^ali, bu? no lartlic n.!v.mce ha? been pild The retiuer* have been ?ellera at lower r?<e?. brown good brirginx S4a. to 6^?; atandard 6fi< an I upw.nda. kuJeii(U cri'theil i? flit, ami nominal^ ly the same in price. There have been no tianv action* in M?l?8sc*. The '"olTce market hm become very lint Na'ivo Ceylon i? quoted 10a to 4I?. tt.l for rood ordinary. In fjreiffn acarcelv i ny'hing doin? Laiiuayri tol l at former ratis. There ia uo alteration in ap'i e* whi'.'h calln for particular notice, rxcept Cinnamon. which wen' lower it the public salea on I a considerable portion waa tak>?n in. Toi remains (lull, without chain; ? in general quotation*; scarcely i anvthiinr anil at the auction! All kin la of Rice continue tn advance, wiih lartfo aale*. and t.u> market ia very tirm 'J'he quarterly h.iIoh of Indigo cloaed with- | out spirit; of 15.7hi? cheat* ottered, 8,00t? sold at irregular ; prices < 'ocbir.e il hua further declined 3d to 3d for blacks, hut ailvera are firmer, find a steady bu?ine*a d"lnr- Saltpetre haa ?iven way about 3d per cwt whvh Iihi le i to m ?re itjquiry Nitrate of Koda U higher, viz . I8? per cwt. In Eaat India Cotton tho j aale- arj moderate wi'hout a change in piice*. The } Wool aalea have concluded, an 1 in ?oine instancea for- i .... I...I Ik.. 1,1.1 i;? ,o I spirited In the Sj.iiit ma'kct there hi" been more animation, particularly in West lm'in Rum, which ha* old 1 irgelv a' Oil )it*r gallon advance. A considerable amount of bnsine-* is luuortc i in irun. at full prices, but in other metals iioro or loss, depression still exists Fish oili arc rather lower, but tnOia business is reported. In Seed Oil* theie is little chango- Rape is firmer. The tran*actiou? in foreign muK ulonial t.illow continue on tlie mho moderate scale, an I pricea nrestealy. The present warm weather hag particularly clucked the sales in Uutter; but prices remain unaltered. Bacon hat been in limited r- quest. Hums and Cheese much the same a? before. \ large quantity of French manufactured goods, | comprising shawls, mouaselino ile laine, merinos, aud ! woollens, are declared for public sale on the 13th of August The great feature of this sale Is, V'at ' being the firs' of its Wind, and to be followed pt- | radically Hitherto the supply of French goods i has been obtained by several ot the wholesale dra- ! pers going to France, and selecting such ns they ' thought mo?t likely to meet a ready Kile in this coun 1 try, hut it is thought thnt pttiodicnl sales of such fabrics | u|>on a similar plau to those held for East India piece j goods w ill be better for the manufacturers, dealers, and shipi <ers Saturday Evening. -Tallow?The public fal<*s went off at rattier lower rates > estcrday, 60 disks first sort fi'Uhel 41s 3il; it* ca^ks Odessa, 3"s to 41s 3d; 30 ca^ks North \merican, 3Ss to 40 s; 40 casks New South Wales, go<vl und fine, 40s GJ to lis 3d, low and soft, 3tis to 37a 3d per cwt Livfkfooi. \ro. 3, P M.?A?he?.?There is a very limited inquirv for both Pot an I Pearl at prev ious prices A nareel of 19 > hbla. t'ots. with all faults, sold at 14* to 30s <M per cwt New Montreal Pearls ato scarce. I ? Iron?The iron ma?ket continue* sieadily to imptove There is not much s|>ertilntion going on, but there is a | degree o| heaithv llrrnness about it which unguis well i for iroo I en t steady prices for some time lo come The j pro*pect of having the duty on English iron imported into the t'nited States, is very much reduce I. The large , quantity wbt win no required Jor railways now used upon being constructed, and the increased demand for thiphtitl ling |nirposes, are cause* sufficient to create confidence in the trade ; in addition to these wo have uu e.i?v money markoi, the prot|?d of a good harvest, and cheap provision*, aii<J of a settled goveri.ment. Present rites are for Pig Iron in Liverpool, i.' I As ; Merchant i Ban ?& |A> ; Sheets ?U ; Hoops Jt'10 10s ; British Bars ? 0 10 s per ton. Tig 11 on in Glasgow, X'3 I As to jt'4 per ton Naval Store*?The demand for Turpentine continue! regular, and 7<>0 b*>l? have been mid at 7? to 8s Sd porewt, according to qu ility. No sale* reported ol Tar Quercitron Bark- Iik) hhtls have been sold at 0* 6d per Cwt Rica?6J00 hags Bi iiK.ll have been tiken, chielly for ex port, at n further advance of Is per cwt. 12s to 13* 61 being paid for broken, up to 164 per cwt for fine white Salt?There has been a medera'e demand since the date | ol our last report : at the same time we have nothing spe i cial to report Prices remain nearly the same a? when j the Cir at Western took her departure We do not, therefore, make any alterations in the quotations which we then gave Tallow ?The inquiry sli I continue' ; -SO j casks have been taken at 43s for St Petersburg!!, and 38< til to 4I?6.I foi North -Vnieiicau. 160 keg< I?.ird, of fine quality have been sold Irom a parcel oltered by auction at So* p-rewt. Tobacco-The salts this month are HIS hhds, viz : I9ii Virginia leal, 215 stemmed, 175 Kentucky leaf, aud 243 stemmed l)f these 143 Virginia leaf. 120 ! stemmed arid i> Kentucky leal were taken for Ireland, 8 i Virginia leaf and 61 stemmed for Scotland, 33 Vitginia : and I-24 Kentucky leaf *?r exportation, nnd 9 Virginia ' leaf 34 Memmed. 39 Kentuckv leaf, and'.'33 stemme t for j the trade The imports ar?- 3J1 lib Is from New Oileans. i i he ex|*irts n e 37 ht?'( fur Africa, ViO Madagascar, 3" ' Malta 18 Drotitheim. ami 8 Rotterdam. The business ! for the peiiod ha? been fair throughout. and market \ pretty stea ly ; ut the mm* time some alteration may be i noticed in s i ips. whi li nave latterh teen olleiing on I still moie m<nleia< i termi, u hile w ith lent (Vuginia) hobleis me firm, at least with the liner descriptions ot uch Othrr 1V(1< J' I. f S K L K S torts, wmi'li d Jfloclc. 3>st Itih .1816 *?; a?8S : J'iitt 3 :..?l- II m Against Jl?> July I9U. IIM 3107 .'J8I 13 171 -It,OP j Wuol Sin -e 'lie c onc 'i>ion of the Isto public sale* j of thin aruch- in Lo: doii, which went with mure Aimncs> ; towni s ilie eml thuie ha-r>cen a leelii g ?>! mot* confl j Jetic*" gaming y ound and a greater degree of activity ha-been ci-played bo.h here an t in the consuming dis. tiicla T. i- think. is in a groat tnoa uro ow ing to the project ol the government commercial measure" , being r;rtied w thout much difficulty . so that li ade w ill | not be m'errepted lor the present hv fresh elections The expectation ol the American tarifl being carried 4 w ill also have a very favorable influence on our trails. The-e i* 110 Alteration to notice in prices; importers are ! mall and stock? liKiit nn I inadequate to meet any ex t? imive demand, but fiesh supplies will be *oon coming ; in moie freely. HatJuly 31. ? Cottoni.-- Our market since hut report has been totally devoid of auimatiou. the periodical ejoicings have, <m usual, been u preventive to busine?s o(h lations 11 J the .ippioaching elections have also contributed to divert the public miii.l from commercial j pursuits The daily tr.innctions have heretofore been, 1 generally (perking, on a moderate scalc, during the past week, and the trade having been nre'.ty well supplied ] li) t'..? previous large purchases, tnn sales have been to n rvlier limited extent. Prices, however, nltli ugn not j -i ... . ?.???? uui uafjvrivima any Huenmon; I b'Jt as t!u-.-rf Jm* kyn no eagerness to realUc exhib.ted on the put ?t holders, we cannot >ay what might have been th? icult, had thoy pressed forward their stock.? There i<, however, no tcison for nn'icipating any other i than a favorable change, at the intelligence trom the in- j terior is of a satisfactory diameter, and the shipments I expected from >lic ports of the Union are not likely to 1 fdd materially to out stock on hand. AVe have been put in pof-esniuii of alviccii to the 8 h instant from the United States via Liverpool, but they coutained nothing of a stilking feature an ) we .no houily looking fur dates to 10th idem by the Rritunuia steamer. By a recent decision of our I hamher of Commerce, the clarifications of ; American < ottons which bad hitherto exhibited a discre- ] jiancy a* compared with those of other countries, have , Li eu reduced, in order to bring them much as possible to ( level " lib them. Our uest Price Current wfll, there- 1 fore, be framed in conformity with the new scale, which 1 being lower than the one previously adopted,may lead to | the supposition that a decline had taken place in prices; this, however, will not be really the cane, but will aii?e merely from the rates hiving been established so ns to bo In perfect accordance with the modified tyi>ei. The following were the sales effected, vi/.:? 86t? Bales New Orl^ar-t KM ? to 93 ? ! 9SA3 ' Mobile flo ? to Hi.? 2344 " Upland 63 ? to Hi M 80 " SU) Domingo ?to 66? ' 10 " fernambuco ?to 100.? 8146 Bales. The imports during the same period amount to 4Wfci bales Ashes?Our market has been very languid, and the prices have receded tu 60c. from previous uuotationa The sales effected were -'70 bids Fottisli at 1.13 ..0, down lo (S3 123*. 4ii.l 7ti bbls Pearlafth at fit. per 60 kil, duty (fa id) |>aad. i'ho Oneida, from New York, brought in 471'bbla pots and 121 bbls petirls. Lead?Ve have to re- : cord sale* of 3,MOO. pigs Missouri lend at f62 60 ptr kil. duty |?id. The Nestor, from New Orleuns, had on board 3,4-9 pigs. liice ?Little changc has taken pi ire in Carolina tine* our last report? ibe sales consist of 613 tieicea at f27 60 to J? per 60 kil. duty (fl 37,'i) paid A supply of 110 tierce* arrived by the Oneida. Tallow, fco.?Scarcely ?n> demand hat been manifested in tallow, and prices 1 are barelv suppoit*-1 at our quotations The only sales to notice .ire <6 casks Rus ia, .lelivumhle in the autumn, I at fA 24 per 60 kil, duty paiJ. In American lard we have to report sales of 330 bbls at ff-3 o? ?? 64 per 60 kil. ! for 1 <ime use The Imports were lift casks tallow and 196 bbls laid from New York, and io caiks tallow from ' 8t PetersburgIt Wlialebon# I he same tidiness in demand continues to prsdemliuts, nifrioM kiit tm rienced a decline I'ho sales for II tors northwestern flsbei ? st IV 40 ti> J 41 an I 2 tou* !or southern at tH.?i ' iHir 4H kil . oii-um|'tion. We have received 4t>3 bundles 1 by the Oneida. Nto.k 13."> tons against 136 tons Inst year. Wheat and Rlour-The average price at the la-t Montivilliers market waa 167 tier sack of 2<iii kil In American flour we have to record sales ol 7060 bbls at fan to 0 60 per blil for consumption. The duty i? now very trifling. No arrivals. The Kuropeatn Corn Trade. [From the Mark Lane Express, Aug 3.1 The official account of the quantities of grain, pulse, . and flour entered far home consumption in the United Kingdom, on the new corn law coming into operation, haa only just been published The bill received the ; royal aas*it on the 97th of June, and between that period anH the 6th of July, duty was pnid oti 1,038.121 qra. wheat, 90 91s qrs of barley, 102.070 qr?. of oata. 31 an. of rye, 6"?,914 qra of benns. 26 311 qra. of peas, 08,781 qr? of Indian com and 1888 941 cwta. of flour. Since t:.en fh* airivala trom ahroh.l huwn nnl liun Urn lK.? I wheat, flour, end oata received have been mo*tly clear d >n. but the duty on other article* having been comparatively h gh. the greater part of the barley, bean* and pen which have come to band ha* bean warehomed in bond With a continuance of extraordinary ti ie weather, harveit operation* have been iteadily proceeded with ; and in inanv of the aouthern count e* a Rood deal ot the Wheat, and a proportion of the Mpring Corn, have been carried in excellent condi lion In the northern parti of the kingdom reaping hat not a* yet made much progre?a. but even In the molt ' backward dietrict* th-* crope are fait approaching maturity, and the ??e?on i? at le?*t three week* earlier than I in ordinary year* The thrashing of Wheat ha* not miherto been proceeded with on a iiifflciently extensive caie to admit ot a very accurate estimate being formed , expecting tr.* yield to the are, hut wheie the produce ha* been j ut to the 'e?t the quantity haa not proved *o gr-it aa calculated on. Thia we in not surpii??l a*, a* exaggerated estimate* are uniaily a* eot>. rral in favorable xeaaon* a* gloomy loreboillng* are in tieMtf an opi?aite character. Kor our own part we nic in uried to think that the crop of wheat will prove a f : n-rnge both in quantity ami quality, hut no more . . o ' correct in tliia concluiion, pricea ought lot, wj . g D'.uti lower \t aome of the market! ut U?< ?^.>culuital district* good red wheat may now he t>?uglit at iu. per quarter, a rata whioii cauaoi pay the i grower : and as thrrt ii consequently lit'le InJcement to ?*ll th??e firwer* who" !**un arv m> ?n? w>ll admit of ?<ich N likely to hull bick for hettir teim* A ? J et ho-1 ever, no rherk ha? bean given to fh# tuwiiwnnl movement. and furtlar Tall of -a. to St. par qr list taken |>1 n o at moot of the lea ling ma krti held since our la?t The nc oiint? fiom Liverpool, of Tuesday, ra:ort the tni'V there as ncMimlv dull; and though tellers had en<leavor? t t > f i ili'nte business try Mihmit'inic to a re .liiction of SI per Tilths, very lew bargains had been 'lo?ed Later in the week the depression appear* to Iihv. ither increased thun diminished; on Friday no m i. ket ? :i? hell. owing to the visit of Prince Albert; hut the bu?ities< done privately was at lower terms. \t the chief \ ink-hire market-: the deliveries from the ifrowtri h.ive ra'her tallen olt; (till more than sufficient hmbecn brought forward to satWf) the demand, and bin era have had no difficulty In purchasing at reduced r-itea. The fall in the value of wheat at Leeds on Tuacd*?y amounted to at least 2* to 3s per qr., and a similar abatement was acceded to at Hull on the same day, without leading to extensive transactions The account! from Wakefleld, of Friday's date, are equally dull , indeed the fall at the latter was nearly as great as at either of the #r?t named markets. In the western and north western part* of tha king dom price! have also declined, wheat being quoted 'it per quartet lower at Bristol. Birmingham, and neighboring towns. on l'hilrsday, than on that Jay se'nnighi. From the principal (hipping port* on the east coast the reports arc cxcepsively dull ; at koiiio of tho Lincolnshire markets good parcel* of red have actually been offered at 4<>s per qr without leading to important transactions. a feeling prevailing there,as elsewhere, that prices have not yet touched the lowest point. The few parcels oi new wheat which have hitherto appeared at the different markets hare commanded comparatively j high rates, but a' tho itipplien increase prices of old and ne v a e lj eh to be equalized. For :\bout a fortnight previous to the 35th ult the wea-thor waa rather unsettled in Scotland; the rain ceased about that tim?, and the temperature having since been very high the crops having been rapidly brought forward; ' and out northern neighbors are likely, therefore, not to 1 bo much behind us with harvest uork. The piosper.t of an early harvest, together with the exceedingly depressed tone of the reports from the south had had considerable infiuonce on the trade, and wheat was quoted about '.If per quarter lower, both at Edinburgh and Glasgow, on Wednesday. In Ireland the weather seems to have taken tip about the same time as in Scotland. The reports of the Potato crop from thence have given rise to some uneasinessbut whether matters are really as bad as represented may bo questioned; that the disorder of last year has manifested itself is, however, too true. Prices of grain have nevertheless rather tended downwards, than otherwise, at the principal Irish markets The arrivals of Wheat coastwise into London have been decidedly small, only 4,700 quarters having been reported up to this (Saturday) evening. The quantity exhibited at Mark lane by land carriage samples from the neighboring counties of Kst-ex, Kent and Suffolk, since last Monday, has al o heon trifling Under these cir ^iiuniaiKO" u cm II - ?u upcil CUIIimriKSU lu (> } I ncar'y Inrmpr terms for th? (mall parcels thay have 1 been obliged to take to satisfy prrti ling wants; but there | hla been a languor about tin; trade lunMtlla of a fur- I tin" fall, and it is not ditH-'ult to foresee that a very { mall excess of tupplv over den.and would cruso a de j cluie : fruited, to | dare the few ordinary parcel* left j over on Friday, after the best had lieen picked out, it j wot nece??nry to accept somewhat less money, though the abatement submitted to was not of sufficient importan -e to render alteration* in quotation* requisite ? Several samples of new were exhibited, of very good quality and in excellent condition ; for a small lot of vary fine white, grown in the neighborhood of Gray* j (Essex). fifla per qr was paid, and another parcel? also Essex, not quite so bold, hut very dry?brought 61s per qr The gn-at fall which hug occurred in the value of wheat since the p no I when the new corn law* came into operation, ha* had a material influence on tho averages, the lust weekly raturn for the kingdom being only 4?a lid; it is then fir?, certain that the duty will rise to 7* per qr. either on Thunday next or the lollowlng week: and, lrom pieiest appear uncus, there is a strong probability that ere the close ol the month, tho highest duty under the present scale viz.. Ids per qr , will be pa) able. Tho very low range of prises here, ami the comparatively high value of Whoat ahriiHil. toirothpr with th? nroiiMM Ala 1IU niui>t tend to check importations at leust for a time; hut sooner or later prices on the continent will.we doubt not, accommodate themselves^to the state of things on this ] file. Whether this will occur previous to tho fetiing in ol'tho winter, may he questioned; and it ii, therefore, quite possible th ft until next spring the foreign receipts may be comparatively i nimportant. These considerations may peihap* enable holders of that already here to o >tmn somewhat better rates than they otherwise could have reckoned on ; and hitherto they have manifested less anxiety to press sales than might have been expected Up to the present lime tho finer qualities of lore gn wheat have been held relatively higher than Kn^li-h?a circumstance which mny, in some m.-asui c, account tor the limited nature ol the transactions Country buyers have found no advantage incoming to London to buy wheat, having been enabled to purchase on quite as ea?v terms of tue farmers in their iekpeciive neiguboi hoods. Tho business hitlierto done in luri-iKu at Mark lane has.consequently been on a comparative!) retail scale The dUpusal of the artiel* has, luce otir l ist, been extremely difficult ; even the s ight concession * hlch sellers have in home cases show n a ? illiugness to make having failed to tempt oar miller* to lake more than requisite lor immediate use There is very little wheat in bond at present, and as it is deemed probable IUat orders may he received fiom France, the article ha? been held relatively higher under lock than free The demand for Flour lias been exceedingly slow thioiightout the week; the nominal top price for townmade I. ii remained unaltered hut ship samples have been otfeiod at lower tales. United States and Canadian Flour hi* also sull'ered some lurllier depression in value, and w fillet so luige a quantity of the latter pi esses on the market, no improvement in the enquiry for that of home inanuiacture can be reasonably expected. '1 lie rereipti of liarley h ive heen of the tamo retail character us lor soverai week* pa*:; uml with very little passing in this grain, foimer prices have bee'i steadily Maintained. The supplies which have arrived from time i to nine from abroad have heen mostly waiehotiied under lock, there being some chance of a lower duty hereafter than that now chargeable The opeiations 111 .Mult bare heen of so little importance as scarcely to require a remark. On the whole, prices hare lather tended downwards than otherwise. t he to'.al quantity of Oats received has amounted to 3l.16Aqrs.ol which l,14jqrs lire from our own coait, a.liiO qrs. from Scotland, I i'26 qrs. from Ireland, and -jti.644 qr*. from ubioad The moderate nature of the arrivul ol home-grown Oats lias, however, been counteracted by the Urge quantity ot free foreign still on the market. Really tine Corn, which has become compaiatively scarce, ha? been held with rather more firmness ; hut even for this the deraan<l lias been restricted, whilst it has been nearly impossible to make progress in the disposal of the ordiuary qualities at almost any price English Beans have como to hand sparingly ; and as th? opinion respecting the prouablc yield ol the crop ha* iu no degree improved, holders have displayed considerable flrmncs*. No inclination to enter into speculative investment* has, however, been shown : and it has been imponsihie to establish any advance on la*t Monday'* cur ency. The belief that peas will prove a very defective crop vei v feudal ; suu wis amcie nas neon uegiecieu unce our last, and the few parcels of Dew brought to market since Monday,have been placed with wme diffl- I cult; at the reduced term* of that day. CoMrtiitin Phicki of Uhain in London. H'tfkiy averages by the Imp Jlveratt! JruM the carret(luattrr, from (he (in ponding Qaxeltl, in the kile, of Friday last, July tail year, Friday, Jluguit 31, 1816. 1, 1845. d. I. il. Wheat 4S? 11 Wheat 51 7 Barley 37 2 Barley 39 3 Out! A Huts I.. 3*2 6 Hye 39 9 Bye 31 7 Bonn* 38 1) Beam. 40 3 I'caa M 10 I'eai 38 10 By our advice* fiora the Baltic it appears that businet* in wheat had been perfectly paralized by the continued discouraging accounts fiom .hence, and that shipments had almost wholly cea?ed. This must, however, be considered us perfectly natural : and until prices give whj- 13s to 15s per quarter on the other side, no purchases are likely to be ma4o on Knglish account. By the met recent report* Irom Dan/ig wa learn that, though the weather had at times heeu unsettled, the growing crops u era, on tho wliolo, well ffbken of both in Poland and Prussia, and that a good and early harvect was confidently calculated on In tho absence, of business of the slightest importance, prices had not undergone much alteration ; tho tendency had, however been decidedly downwards, increased anxiety having been monitested by huldcisto rcfli/e. The best highmixed wheat was still quoted 47* per qr., and secondary sorts 40s to 42s. per qr free on board. At the lower Bulti -. ports even less seams to have been done th<<n at Panziff; und we regard tho quotations rereived from Rostock. Stettin. See as perfectly nominal There are no tto< As ol old either at the places just named ->r neighboring por?s ; and until supplies of the new proluce begin to come to market, the little remaining on liand is likely to biing high rates lor local consumption. The case i* similar as tegards Hamburg ; and as lately is Tuesi!a\ last, equ:>l to 44? to 45s per qr was paid at ha' port lor flne heavy samples of wheat for home use. At the principal Dutch markets the wheat trade has lately become dull ; but a letter from Rotterdam of Tueslay states that, though the demand for the article hail not been active, pievious prices had been steadily mppoite 1 there A sample of new whit? Zealand had Tin accounts trum the Southern parta of Europe agree In deicubing the wheat crop as indifferent; end Indian corn, beunai See , are reported to he nearly (ailurea in some of the countries where these articles are extensively (frown Wheat u much dearer at ManeiUea than in thl* country, as much a> 4>s |>er qr. having been paid there tor fine Poli-h Odessa. The >1 a imfnr taring Dletrlcta. I.rrns?There wm a very fair attendance c '\*er *t our cloth hull* to^lav, hut irom want of the iruc.ct mostly In demand, the transaction* were neceaaaniv limited Our manufacturers are. however, pretty well employed in executing orders, and. upon the whole, tr?ie i- iu a founder state than at this tun* last year Kortunateli, none ol i.ur me c ha,,t? are imercstod in any of the fail urea which cast ?uch a gloom over tho Manchaa trr market last wei k Hui>D? asn. il>.?There have been a good many htivera to-day. both lor lumo on I fueign markets; and large pure n?es have been m de in ilie loth hull of?v?ry ie scrlptioti of fancy woollens. Greater activity has also been felt in the warehouses during the past weak k RoiHDtu?We ba?e had a veiy limited demand for piece* to day, and a thin attendance of buyers, consider ing it liaabetn the fortnightly Monday. Tho wool market haa ^aen inactive, and the deaL-rs complain of the I little business trans icted ,M*nciiit?r?:??The recent intelligence from the United States, communicating the lact of the pasaaga of the ta rift ^ill by the House of Kepi e?entatives. and the proha bility that that impoitant me.isnte will also pass the Senate, caused lome improvemr nt in the demand lor printing cloth today, and pimluoed a generally impruved feeling In the goods in market, but without oauiiag any advance in prices Kor yarn the demand continue* very languid, and rather lower rates hive been accepted lor some numbers of mule twist, suitable for the astern markets. In ??, generally, are now so uniemunerative, that lomi e in tho the neighborLoud ol r.lackbum have tcguu to couuder tu? piopriety ol working abort uma I I NEW YORK HERALD. I ? . . Ifew T vrk, Tliundajr. August M, ISM. 'jaa tiJiiLB BY THK G R E AT WESTE R N. ! THE HERALD FOR EUROPE. The steamship Great Western will leave this port at three aMoek this afternoon for Liverpool, and her letter bags will close at half past two o'clock. Our regular ?viition of the Herald for Europe, will be ready at one o'clock, in time to be sent by the mails of this steamer. It will contain the latest news from Mexico, and the army o' invasion ; a review of the commercial, financial, and political affairs ol the country, and whatever other news that may arrive up to the hour of publication. The price of the paper in wrappers, will be sixponce per copy. Mails made up at the office. The Foreign News?Settlement of the Sugar Duties? More Free Trails?Commercial Systems of Great Britain anil the United States. By the arrival of the steamship Caledonia at Boston, from Liverpool, we have ten days later intelligence from all parts of Europe. The news is rather interesting, as we learn by this arrival that the new Cabinet have passed the ordeal of the sugar duties, and are, therefore, compare tively safe in their new position. It appears that Sir Robert Peel aided the new ministry, and gave them the benefit of his personal popularity, and I no doubt his counsel and advice in framing the bill, to that it would meet the views of a majority in the lower house. The settlement of this sugar question, and the progress towards free trade made by the basis upon which the duties upon that important article now rests, have had a ^ood effect upon the markets generally, and tended to create more confidence in commercial aftairs. Capital has, therefore, been more abundant, and there appeared to be more disposition to employ it in mercantile pursuits than usual. This is indicative of more favorable times, as soon as the other political questions of any importance, under consideration, are disposed of. The adjournment of Parliament will put at rest all the matters likely to aiFect commercial matters, when we may look for some real improvement in the money market and in business generally. Great Britain and the United States are somewhat similarly situated in relation to their commercial systems. Within the past six months great and important changes have been made in each; and there is very great doubt in the minds of the commercial classes, as to the operation of the new systems, and un'il something more is known of them, they will be very cautious in their movements. There has been a greater revolution in the commercial eystem of the United States than in that of Great Britain, and the alterations made in our tariff laws go into effect much quicker than those of Great Britain. What wo do in ] iMonths, the ministry of England require years to perfect. A very gradual change is made in the commercial policy of England, while the most abrupt and sudden changes are mode in the commercial policy of the United States upon the most unreasonable data, and merely as an experiment, and more in accordance with party principles. than in accordance with tlif? hest intprpan of the country. Tarty expediency required the al- J terations tnado in our tariff, while the real in- ! terests of the masses was looked to in the altera- I tions made in the tariff of Great Britain. The first J is an experiment; and the Eecond, the result of I necessity and experience. We have opened markets for the manufactures of Great Britain, without receiving any guaranty that we shall find additional markets for our products. It is true that we are placed upon the same footing as other nations and can enter our agricultural products as favorably as any others, but it does not follow that we are to be benefited in any way by that, as it is only under peculiar circumstances that we can compete successfully with other grain growing countries. We cannot, therefore, resist the impression, that the changes which have been made in ?he tariffs of both countries, will operate more to the advancement of the j principal interests of England, than to the prosperity of any domestic interest of the United States. While the new tariff of this country will operate more advantageously to Great Britain, than the new English tariff will for the United States, we have no evidence that our tariff will tend to any improvement of our own interests. We are existing under a new Older of things, or in ether words have at present no commercial system at all. We are hanging between two systems, one we must soon drop, and the other we must soon adopt; and it is pretty difficult to keep the wheels of commerce going. The only sure way to keep clear of the difliculties these changes threaten to produce, would be to come to a stand still at once, and wait Ihe course of events. *We have not even the probability of a deficient harvest in Great Britain, to console us. There is at present no prospect ol any additional outlet for our immense surplus of agricultural products, and there is every evidence of a large importation of foreign merchandize without a corresponding exportation ol our own produce in payment.? There appears to be a complete derangement of commercial matters, and there is no health in us. This can bo principally attributed to the effect of the new commercial systems of both countries, upon trade, even in anticipation of their operation; and until things become permanently settled upon the new basis, we cannot expect any very great activity; or any important movements in the commercial world. | ISBW3 FROM E.UR0PK VIA IN EW JIAVIJM.?ACIfimS and Co. sent a messenger to this city, by tho way of New Haven, with tho news brought by the Caledonia. The messenger came through the Sound in the fine steamer Globe, Captain Routh. We are indebted to Captain II. for his exertions to get the news to this city at an early hour. Harnden and Co. sent thwir agent over the Stonington route, and arrived here soon after the Globo. Theatrical and Mimical. Pake Tncatrc ?Mr Collin* appeared agsfn last evening in the "Nervous Man" and "How to ray the Rent,'( and wat, a< usual, greeted with extravagant plaudits from all parts of the houte. As Morgan Rattler, we confider Mr. Collins but very little inferior to Power, the aathor of the piece, while in McShane he sustained him. self in the same admirable manner that we noticed on a previous occasion. Mr. Barrett had to take the part o< the Neivou* >un, in consequence of the indisposition ot Mr llau : and. called iinan m ho una u/iihin .. i*< > h..n.. of the opening of the theatre, he it entitled to the fullest praise lor the admit able way in which he perfoimed the character. The hill fur to-night la the " lilsh Vttornn) " How to Pay tb? Kent," and " My Neighbor'* Wiie." Mr Collins will appear in the two flrat of there piecei Mr Collins, aa heretofore, waa called out alter the curtain fell. Bowtar.?Seldom has the Bowery Theatre been eo crowded, ai on laat evening The evening's entertain menta were presented for the benefit of Meisra. Coney and Dlanchard , and a highly attractive bill was put forth, which drew a house, such aa has rarely graced thin popu* lar theatre with their presence. The perlormance com. menced with Jerrold'a admired play of " The Rent Day," : '1? J** "presented ly a powerful cast?Mr J H.. .r'in " >'w?od;Mr Daventiort's Toby Hey wood; ,fro* ,n'' Blands's ' Silver Jack" were ably t .?? 7 th" rtl,tingui?hed and popular personatnrs of the part. as.igne-1 to them-Mrs Bland, as Rachael 21?' nooth 11 Po"T Briggs, were equally i ' ""J1. ln"??d the enUie piece waa performed with admirable effjct At the fall of the curtain Mr | loudly oUtd (of. oun feewwd Md t "I need not,my frletn's, thank'you,for this additional proof of your klndnese towards me?(cheer*)?and 1 take this opi*>rtunitv to correct an <>rrorof the public press. in announcing that thi? vu to he the last night of mv appearance. previous tomy departure for Euro|ie I (hall hare the pleasure to again we you, on Saturday evening when I "hall take m*' leave of you, with cordial? " A simultaneou* bunt of Inud and reiterated applause drowne-l the remainder of the sentence, when Mr. Scott bowed and retired, the npplaui* still continuing. Mr. Davenport was next called for. Ho came forward aud nald Believe me, myYriendi, I appreciate this compliment from you, (Applauie.) When I last appeared before you, I did not think 1 should have that pleasnie soon again, having taken my leave of you. Tlio *t*rling and Talented men whom we have met to compliment, hare selected the present occasion to take leave of you ; and I embraced the opportunity, once more, to appear before those whom I am happy to call my friends. (Loud cheering in the pit) 1 appear once more before those who have nightly, on Jormer occasions, extended to me their applause. (Cheering) 1 canie among you as a stranger, and was received by you as a friends ." (Renewed cheerii g) Mr. D. here withdrew. The " Eve of Waterloo" and " Ourang Outang."

wouna up me periormance ; and tne Immense auditory separated, highly delighted with the entire performance Giucenwich Theatre.?Under the management of the popular Mr- Freer, thia eitabliihment is lapiUly gaining in public favor, and receiving a fair nhare of patronage* as the large audiences that nightly attend it sufficiently prove. The up town inhabitant* of our city havo at their very doors, in the Greenwich theatre, an eitabliihment that produce* a variety ot piece* of the moil in teresting and attractive nature. Mr. Howell, *o well known in thi* city, will receive a benefit thi* evening ? The bill i* unumially rich and attractive, embracing "Othello." and the "Loan of a Lover," in which Mr. Drummnnd. Mr. Warner, Mr. H. Chapman, and the talented anj celebrated Mia* Crtuford, with all appear. Castle Gabbe*?-To-night will be presented a very attractive bill. The crowds who nightly frequent thi* popular place of public retort, enjoy the rich musical banquet with which they are entertained. The cool and refreihing air ia truly delightful, coming freih from the "broad Atlantic," and the promenade in invariably thronged. To those who wish rational evening's entertainment we would say?go to Castle (Jarden. Dempster, the popular vocalist, ha* ftniihed a very profitable tour over the country, a&d proceeds to England in the Oreat Western. SinnoaA Pico i* giving concerts at Saratoga. She is I hiorhlv Sporting Intelligence. Old English Spout* oh thi Ccrthbville Track, tiitintit.-Mr. John Sheridan, of Boston, professor of gymnaitic*, with a very creditabla ambition, hai, for *ome timo pait, been endeavoring to introduce in thi* country ^ the innocent old English (port*, which he ha* tnixod himself up with for several years past. Hi* flrit attempt was last year, in Boston, with the greatest success?but there he wa* ably supported by number* from the old country. This suocess emboldened him to come to New York, where he engaged the best ground in the neighborhood lor such a display?namely, the CentreviUe Track on Long Island?just far enough to keep the rabble ofl'? yet nut at such a distance as to retard respectable persons from attending The amusement was announced to come off on Monday last, but in consequence of the sudden change in the weather it was postponed unto yesterday. I The following was announced as the programme : ? Ist.j Trotting match, under the saddle ?1 rule and repeat?lor all horses that never trotted for moneycatch weight. Entrance, $1. Prize, one elegant Saddle and Bridle. 3d. Long loot race?one mile round the course. Prize, a splendid Silver Cup. 3d. Throwing the Sledge?weight 16 lb*. Prize, $3. 4th. Wheelbarrow race round the Course. Prize, a rich Silver Cup. 6th. Running in Sack*?100 yard*. Prize, $3. 6th. Wheelbarrow race?blindfolded?100 yard*.. Prize $8 7th. Short foot race?100 yard*. 8th. Pigeon shooting?J4 birds?six competitor*. 9th. Climbing the greased pole. Prize, $3 Qg- Prize on the top of the pole. 10 i. Pig race?tail greased. Prize the Pig. Parties nut being ready for feat No I or '2, No. 3 succeeded This was throwing a sledge hammer, announced to be 15lb weight, but it wai actually nearer upon I8lh*. There were some 9 or 10 competitor*?a gentleman mined M'M threw the article in the firit instance come 40 feet ; he w?? exceeded by another tone two feet ; he then threw again and i cached close upon 44 leet. Several others made some futile attempts to beat this, but it was no go. No 9, climbing the greasy pole was next opened for competitois, but only one or two boyi tried the affair, and gave it up as an hupelets job No ! next came oil' Wm. Barlow of Williamahurg, the celebrated pedestrian, made his appearance ; this frightened oil some lour or five other* : and only him?ell and another, Wm Lightfoot, staited. Barlow did just as he liked throughout the race, audcameina winner tome thirty > aria in from in about 5m. 16s. No ft next came off; only two entries, '"liristian Miller and a itianger. Just at the start the ctranger tell, and ere ho could recover himself the other hopped home pretty comfortably some 3D > aids in advanca Next was the trotting match?only two animals showed for iho " olpgant -a-hlle and bridle"?a bay horse belonging to Col Rartiue, and a black horse. The former had it all lu* own way. the first heat he won _with ease in alM>ut 3m. ?the second in about 3m.3s , 1U0 yards in advance with perfect ease. A foot race of 6i> yards then came off, for which there i were some five competitor*. Who was the winner we could not ascertuin. The pig tone next succeeded. Barlow, the pedestrian, caught the animul by the tail at the start : stuck fast thereto lor about half a quarter of a mile, and brought it back on his shonlders, thus providing himself with bacon and potk for the ensuing winter. Then came off the pigeon match, which wa* down- I rirht slaughter. The uoor bird* had no chance at all, i they were thrown right in the muzzles of the piece*; but notwithstanding tome eicaped, and others iell at a hundred or two yaids distance. Then wn? announced the wheelbarrow race, but no wheelbarrows were forthcoming. A couple of sulkys were provided, and Wm. Barlow and a stranger each took one. They went round the courte with their eyei open, well together, but on coming home Barlow bade his competitor good bye, and it wu all up with him ; he led home with ease twenty yard* in front Thus ended the first display of old English sports in this neighborhood, and were it not for untoward circumstances, certain we are they would have been better patronized ; however, they onlv want to be known to be better appreciated. For fun, laughter, and innocence, no better sport can be adopted. Army Int?Ulmstc?. [From the St. Louis Republican, Aug 13.1 By the steamboat Archer, we have n?ws from the Fort to Sunday, the 9th inst Seven companies of Col Price's regiment had arrived at the fort on Sunday. Two companies, bne from Carroll and one from Livingston county, crossed over to the fort on Sunday. When tne whole are assembled there will be fourteon companies. Three more companies were expected to complete Col. Price's regiment. Whether the two which crossed on Sunday are a part ot the regiment or not, we have not been able j to learn. * * ? * ? The regiment of Col. Price will consist of ten compai nies. The other four, we understand, will compose a | separate battaiion of artillery ; who are to command j them we are not informed, but suppose it has been ar ranged by the party leaders. (.apt Kdmonson'n company from St. Louii, anu the companies from St. Qenevieve, Marion, and Boone, are to leave the fort, on their line of inarch, on Monday Tha ' other companie* were to follow an aoon after at they could be furnished with transportation lor proTiaions, fcc. Lieut. Col Allen, of the V. S. Army, in command of the 500 Mormom, enliated for thia campaign, were at the Kort A very considerable degree ? hostility, we understand, exts'ed between the volunteera and this Mormon corps, aggravated not a litle by the fact that the Mormon battalion had in their camp a number of w omen. Lieut Col. Allen and his command wera to take up the line of march on Wednesday. They are said to be a flue set of men, and will in a short time be well disciplined. A duel was fought at the Fort on the Thuiaday previous to the Archer's leaving, between two privates of the compmy from Platte county, in which one of the parties was mortally wounded, and died on Sunday Tha inrv+vor has been arrested and was in custody Whether he would be tried by the army regulations, or hauded over to (he civil authorities, we did not learn. (Kromthe New Orlnan* Delta, Aug. 11.] Port Lata'JCA, Aug. 4th, 1846 ? <ien Wool and ataff. n.ill. tha * ..f 111 I I- 1 ....II I. - up their linr of march to-morrow for San Antonio ; and a company of Kentucky volunteer!, 78 rank and file, under the command of rapt Roger W Hanson, Lieut*. U W Hanson, W'm. McCoqnell, Geo. Houtherland, (which, by the way, I ought to have mentioned in my last,) now encamped here, are under orders for marching on the 8ih instant. These gnllant men have had rather more than their propoition ot hard fare, having left New Orleans in the srtir Blazon, being at tea over 17 davs, with much sickness on boaid. without a physician or medicine There arc now 36 on the tick list?principally with the measles?though fait recovering. Lieut Col. Ilarney, of the 2o Dragoons, left Ban Antonio about the 2id ultimo, with the troops then under hu command (about 400) for the Rio Grande. The particulars I will communicate on my arrival at San Antonio. The Catherine arrived here yesterday, and I* detained for llie General'! despatches. She will leave, I luppose, this af tar noon. We underatand that 800 or 700 baggage wagons, and about aa many seta of harneta, for the U. 8. Army, are making in this city and the neighboring towns, and an unusual activity, for the season, prevails therefore inthose bianch>-sof the trade. Several of the wagons passed through this city on Tuesday.?Newark Daily. lVaval Intelligence. The U. 8 brig Lawrence. Lieut, t'omd'g Mercer, sailed from Tensacola on the l?th Instant lor New Yoik, where al><* in to be taken into* dork una repaired. We regret to leain that t ol Saml Humphrey!, Thief Naval Ooriitnictor in the Naval Service of the United SUtea, died (tiddenly on Sunday. of n|>oplesy, in Oeorge town. Thl? highl) reanected gentleman wa? In the 88th year of his age and had been in the oervlce of the United | State* tor more than thirtj|year?.-- IVathtngion Int. m*ilnr Court. Before Judge Waterbury. Marthal r?. Mahony?Action for uia and occupation The mm claimed vii fWJ, being for Ave jMr? oecupotion of plaintifl'a cellar The defence net tip wm that the jiartiea were neighbor*, refilling in the aame itreet, plaintiff Ivelng a grocer and the defendant a cooper; that ometimea th>> deft ndnnt'a premira* wara not large enough to hold hia lumbar, and that plaintiff allowed him \ occasionally to it?e a corner of hia cellar in comideraI tinn that defendant would deal with plaintiff for groce rie?, and that no claim had bean made for rant during 8ve yrari Kroin the?e facta, it waa erased on the part ol defcni nnt that the cliUna was AetlUoa* and an after thought of the plaintilTi. The Jury found rerdJct for | the deiewUot. ). / City Intelllgencf> l.iToiratiLir NciiAtcc -W? take the liberty of ?ug. gening to hi* honor the Mayor, that hit paternal care '* needed at Philadelphia landing. foot of Liberty street, where newsboy*. pamphlet bov*. candy men. orange women, rt id amu* trnut congreitat*' ill ?uch numbers, and conduct thera*eive* no atumefullv h* to *eriou?ly embarrass and aunoy traveller* to Philadelphia The nui*ance 1 ha* become ?o (ft e t that it i* with fear anil dread that lady | passengers approach the railroad office The vender* of paj pars and pamphlets actually block up the space in front of thoofllca, and are so ve*atiou*ly importunate to tell their ware*, that many ara induced to buy to get rid of them. The character of soma of the pamphlet* too i inch a* to di*grace the city. They are of the mo?t obicene and villainous nature, and are illustrated with engravings of inch a character a* would ?hock the moral sensibilities i ol a Turk. Our worthy Mayor ha* shown himself to be one of the most indefatigable of men, aod we are confi dent that ha needs but a suggestion of the existence of this nui*ance, to abate it. The WnTHen.?'Yesterday the air was cool and refreshing; numbers flocked towards the Battery, and other places of publio recreation, in the evening. Kipc ?A fire broke out yesterday morning in the base ment of a bukerv belonging to a man named Henry Pluman, of No- 77 Norfolk street, comer Delancy street? Damage* trifling. The firo was quickly extinguished. Fiat ?A fire was, also, discovered at No. 3 Water it., yesterday, but was extinguished. St/icinr.?A female steerage passenger from Liverpooli ! in the ship " Robert Park," named Catherine Callinan. threw her>elt oveiboard yesterday morning, anil wai drowned before assistance could be procured. Mii.itakv.?The " F.atton Fencibles" of Pennsylvania, i are expected to arrive here the last of this month. The ; " New York City Uuard," Captain McArdle, will receive | them. A Gallant Little Bar*?The sailboat Cruiser, Captain Dunham, arrived nt this port yesterday from Nantucket. buithen 3 tens. She was navigated alone by Capt D. A Newfoundland Jog was his only fellow voyager. Cabman.? A cabman, named Frederick Johnson, was arrested, and fined, for soliciting passengers. Astallt with a danocantjs wiiaron.?Thomas Stevens, second mate of the brig Morea, of New York, was brought up on a warrant before Commissioner David Uardiner, this morning, by Deputy Marshal Collins, on 'he complaint of Joseph Rcott (colored) a seaman on bo.rd saul brig, charging him with having on the 17th July last, on the voyage from this port to Pensacola struck the complainant on the head with the studding sail boom, which rendered him for some short time insensible. The court ordered Stevens to find bail in $100, or in default to be committed. CoaoNra's Office, Aug. 19 ? Suicide t'n th? City Priton? The coroner held an inquest yesterday at the City Prison, on the body of Westerly Wood worth, son of Judge Woodworth, of Albany, native of Albany, thirty two years of age, who came to his death bv severing the aitnrv intha hnnH nf tha l?ft ?m. with imd knife It appear* this unfortunate man hai been addicted to intemperance for several years past, a ml on Tuesday la?t be came to this ci'y, and entered the |>olire office in a very excited state of mind, remarking that he wanted pmtection.say ing he was followed by a man calling hiniaelf Bleecker, nnd likewise a regiment of >oldiers whom he. (aid were all endeavoring to do him bodily injury. The magistrate, upon seeing his mental derangement, committed him to prison, to be examined by the prison physician However, previous to his being locked up in a coll, he was furnished with a fow oysters and a little soup; he requested further to be allowed <o have a pint of brandy; this the keeper informed him was contrary to the rules of the prison and could not be permitted. lie was then at the usual hour locked up in a cell alone, nor was he soarched to atcertain whether he hud any weapon about his person by which he might commit violence upon himself. This, it appears, was omitted to be done, Irom the fact of his appearing much relieved in his mind after taking the refreshment Upon the keeper opening the cell door about nine o'clock the next morning, he discovered the deceased lying flat on his back on the bunk, with his coat off*, and the shirt sleeve of his leit arm turned up, and a severe gash as ubtve stated in the arm, from the effects of which he bled to death; on his person the Coroner found $4 and a tooth brush. The Jury rendered a verdict according to the above facts. A coffin was provided lor the deceased by Mr. Cockefair, the efficient deputy Coroner, and his body >ent up to his friends in Albany for burial by the last evening's steamboat. Suddm Death-The Coroner likewise held an inquest in Avenue C, on the body of Catharine Commiskey, born | in New York, 33 years of age, who came to her death by congestion of the brain. Verdict accordingly. Police Intelligence* August 20.?Forgery ?Officer Leonard, one of the Chief's aids, arrested yesterday a young man by the name of J 11. B Weaver, in the i hemic.il Bunk on a charge of forging two checks on Mr Joseph H. Ash, plumber, No. 1+i Hioawav. It appears that this young man was in the employ of Mr Ash. and a forge > check had been paid at the above bank in May last, dated 37tii day of Vay, 1840, for *77, anil since that time ao truce was discovered of the forger until yesterday the mother of the accused pre sented another forged check, date.i August 17, 1848, for the sum of $77 60 This check was stopned by Mr. Edward B Cot win, the paying teller of the bank, from the tact ol iti not having the requisite private marie, which arm gement had been made between the teller ami Mr Ash, cuusequcmly Mn Weaver was detained in tbe bank, to ascertain where ahe got tbe check from, when tbe ) oung roan came forward, he still being iu tbe employ o! Mr. Ash, and acknowledged the taci of committing tbe forgery The signature* were so admirably counterfeited, that Mr. Ash himself could scarcely tell which was hi< own, or the forged. The accutcd was committed bv Justice 0?borne lor examination. Dentition and Robbery.?The crew of the British ship Lincolnshire, lying at the foot oi'U</rer street, desvrted I rum the ship jesterday, and leellng determined t> keep time with the captain, carried off a patent lever watch, with a guard chain attached. No arrest. Charge of Palling Counterfeit Hon-y?Ofllccr Taylor of the Second Ward arrested, jesterday, a man calle.i William Armstrong, on a charge of passing a counterfeit %'j bill, purporting 10 be on the Warren Bank, Danver-. Mass. It appears this fellow passed a bill of this descrip tioo on Mr. William Clino, liar-keeper at the Hum's Head, Fulton (treet. Upon being brought before the magistrate, the testimony not being sufficient against him, ho was released from custody. However, in the course of the afternoon he was detected again in pascing a similar bill upon Mr. Samuel O. Van Welsor, No 91 South street. This time he was considered ?foul," from tho fact of hia guilty knowledge. Therefore, the magistrate locked him up for trial. Charge of Stealing a fVatch ?Michael Fitzgerald was arrested last night by officer Taylor, of the Thirteenth Ward, on a charge of stealing a silver lever watch,valued at $45, belonging to Thomas Stratford, a farmer, residing at Newtown, Long Island. Jlrreit on a bench Warrant.?Officer Leonard, one of the attachea of the Chief'? Office, arrested an old junk shop keeper, called Bob Hudson; behaving been indicted some time since for buying atolen goods. Committed by ! Justice Osborne for trial. Diihonrit Boy I? Matthew Hadden, Bob Compton and i | Stephen Finn, were arrested yesterday by officer Tay lor 01 mo wcoDii wira, on a cuurge 01 stealing irora | their employer, Mr. George McOuire, several pieces of muslin Committed for trie! On the Sneak ?A fcneuk called Bill Wilaon, waa caught yesterday in the act of stealing a ailk Teat, worth $3, from the atore of Mr. Henry Chichester, No. 94 Bowery. Locked up for trial Arretted at Lait?Officer Stewart, of the lower police, and Captain Mctiraih, ofthe Sixth ward, aucceeded yesterday in arresting the young man by the name of Alexander Wilson, on a charge ot shooting at hia coiimu, William Wilson, jun , w ith intent to kill, on last Thursday morning, while at the < 'ity Hotel, in company with his aiater. It appeara that the accused is the inoat injured party of the two, be having received aia aevere wounds in the left leg in the conflict. Theae atabs or gaabaa were evidently done with a knife called a"alaaher," cutting an both aidea inflicting very severe cots ? Where the knife passed through the bootees, the gaahee are cut aa clean aa if doue by a razor. The accused waa discovered at the Atlantic Hotel, Hoboken, kept by Mr. Swift, where he has been ever since the occurrence,confined to bis bed ; he was taken from there the night previous by a Jersey constable, and lodged in the Beigen jail, and from thence to this city by the above officers ? rbe prisoner m in a vary weak state, having lost a good I deal of blood, and is still laying in a very feeble condlj tion A bearing will come oif on Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock, wben no doubt tome very curioui facta will come to light; meanwhile the accuaed ia held incuatoUy. Burglary?The dwelling house occupied by Mr. C. 0. Vlarchaut, at No.'ISO Twenty second itreet, bet wo. n of Sunday and Tuesday, was burglarlonsly eu'cr d by lomi " kruck .nan," and a diamond ringer ring and other articles of Jewelry stolen therefrom. So arrest. Itfamrra Atlantic and Oregon, J*s God dun I knnxtt, Esq:? Dear Sir :?A* you are always foremost to n:inourice any new achievements in ccience or tlie progress n| society, allow me to call your attention to the b< autiful steamboat A'Ian tic, which, at the time of tny writing, is mairng her first tup tfi Norwich, as nart of the line ol the Norwich and Worcester Kailroud Company. This bout i?undoubtedly unrivalled in the elegance of hi-r equipments and luxury of her accommodations. Her speed has just been established in her having lell the Oregon?hitherto wi'hout a rival?several miles astern. As the finest combination of strength and speed, which has yet been obtained, the Atlantic deserve* the notice of the press, and her builders will receive the attention they merit. 8. | Exkoution or Wyatt ?We are indebted to Mr. H. S. Han, ol Auburn, lor the following report At precisely 3 o'clock, on Monday afternoon, Wyatt waa executed by the eh* riff, in presence of the Judge* of the court, autrogate clork district attorney, and 1* other eitixena. one nf whom ia our informant At 9$ o'clock they proceeded to the place of execution. in the jail, and cear wyatt'i cell The prisoner tainted, bat Boon recovereu, and wbs then led to a chair nnder the halter an< rated. Ue again awooned. At a qnarter before th> e? the thenff a.liu-te I the rope. wh?n ffv?tt aaillnm'i tance Mr. tiberiff, I want to say a few word* before I die. I have seen much and have experienced ma<*h ii this wot Id. bat it will soon be over I retpect you. an>t I re?pert your family 1 hope the community will no blame m)'coui ael They did all they could for me. ano I hope the people will not cenmire them I never kill*<i a man in Ohio, and I now ?ay it on the word of a dying man. I have lived like a man. and I ihall die like a man I hope all prevent and the commnnitr will have com|*s ion and forget mo; but I am not afraid to die. I with von would place thn rope io that it will not give me pain | I want to aay one thing more. It ia not calculated to benefit a man to go to the state prune and l>e treated at I have been. Oood bye, Mr. Sheriff! good b)e Mr. Hopping ! Fare you all well!" At preciaely three o'clock the block fell, and Wvatt, the murdeter, went into eterrity, without a struggle.? Rtchtiler Dtmorrnl nf Tnnday. Iowa.?We have a few partial returns from thm 'ferntory. So far there i* a majority ?g*inntthe ronatitution, but the returns are not sufficient te deter mine the remit. 1 his ia the third time the Loco* of that state have tried to force what they call purely Uamo^ u?Ue cvoitituUoa oa Um pwpl*. State Co*srrnmonAL Cosvkntiom, Tuesday, *? Aug 18.?A communication whs received from (he Chancellor. la reply to the resolution of the Conven ion. of the 13th mst. requiring certain information relating to the fundi under the contiol of his court, kc. The communication states that the 1 hmicellor ha* addreisrd t?? the rpristers and clerks a circular, directing them, without deluy, to furni>h the information required hy the resolution. Laid on the table The special committee to which wm referred the communication made to the Convention on friday lait by the Chancellor relative to the fundi in that court, the returns, kc kc . reported that they had examined the papers submitted to them, and find them, in many essential particular*, wanting ia that information which it necessary for the Convention. autl in their opinion show the fund under the control of the Court. fir below what tliey have reason to believe is the tme state of the account. They refer more particularly to the pccount for interest and accumulation*. They, therefore, feel it their duty to state that the Chancellor's communication and the accompanying papers do not contain tkn detailed and essential particulars, names of parties interested, suitor*, kc., kc , who have aright to Itnow the exact itate of the account After alluding to the inadequate tocuri'y of the funds a* now invested^ which they suppote i* more owing to the multiplicity of | business forced upon the Chancellor and hi* officer*, than to anvtbinr eUe. the committee, with a view to its Wetter security. nod unier the presumption that the Court of Chancerv.at now organized, will be abolished, recommend the adoption o7 constitutional provision for tfio placing of the lundi and securities now. or which may hereaiter be, held by the Court of Chancery, in the State treasury, and that the Chancellor be requested to furnish to the Convention the iterai constituting thee* f undi, in accordance with the resolution adopted on the Uth mat., at his earlieat convenience. In thn hope that mure full and accurate statement* may hereafter be obtained from the Chancellor, the committee do not ask the punting of the documents before them. Laid en the 'able and printed. Mr. Shaw offered a resolution to ter ninate debate in Committee of the Whole, on tho iuJiciary Reports at 3 o'clock on Thursday, and restricting speechea in the Convention, on the report of the C>m nlltee ot the Whole, to fifteen minutes Table. The Convention, in Committee of the Whole, procee<el to the further consideration of the reports on the judiciary. The debate was continued by Messrs Simmona anil Hotimaa Mr. 11., without concluding, gave way for a motion to rise and report progress Mr. Simmons gave notice of a sunatitute for the 3d ection, which he intended to offer a* a compromise, i he committee then rose. Arrumoof Sessiov?Mr. Taooirt, from the minority of the select committee on the subject of the Chancellor's communication, iu regard to the funds subject to the order of that court?submitted counter report ? which was orJered to be printed and referred. The jadiciary report vat again resumed in cominittoe of the > hole. Mr. Huffman concluded his remarks, when the question waa taken on Mr. Cbatfield'a amendment to the third section, and I! was agreed to?so the aection reada as amended, as follows :? ' There shall Im a supreme court having general jurisdiction in lew and equity." Mr. SwicsHiMKu'i substitute for the section was then negatived. Mr. Marvin then moved to strike out the worda " and equity." Lost Mr. Oaacom moved to mend 10 that the lection i-hould read. " I'here shall he a supremo ceurt having such jurisdiction a< shall be prescribed by law." 1ni? wan lout by a large Tote. Mr. O'Connor then move I tj add to tne section "And in each county, a county court, having original jurisdiction in civil casea. Pending tbia question the committee rose. Adjourned. Jlthany Jirgui Fro* Halifax.?We have Halifax papera to the 16. h inst., by the Caledonia. Sir John Harvey had not arrived, and altbougb, we fin.I in the paper* a call lor a meeting to make preparation* for appropiiate ceremonies upen his assuming the government of the province of Nova Scotia, on the 18th inst, (yesterday,) the following from t e Recorder of the 16th. conflrma our previous advices that he would not leave Newfoundland for the present :? The steamship Unicorn arrived from St. John'*, at late hour on Wednesday atternoon. As It was generally anticipated that Sir John Harvey was coming liy her, the disappointment on discovering that his excellency was not on hoard was univeiaal. The British government have advanced ?30,000, to as'Ut the sufferers by tne late fire at St. John's, and instructed Sir John Harvey to remain there awhile longer, to direct the application of the money. H M. steamer Vesuvius arrived from Vara Cruz last night, having on board a mortal fever, which occasioned the death of one midshipman and nine of the crew, oa the passage, and thirty n.n' are at present ill with it ? 8he went round to Mellville island this morning-. to romain in quarantine, until the fever disappeais, aud those suffering are restored to ho i|tn ?Rer.nrder, 16th. POST OFKIUK, C1TK OK NEW YORK.) August 10. 1646 ) To the Editors and Proprietors or the Daily Pm.ii or tht. < itv or Nf.w Vohi Gentlemen,?To a-cei tnlii tliecuuoe off compliint as far as this offic* i? concenird, that city p pers did not reach iheir places of di-stinatioa in time, I earned a clerk atl ched to the KatU rn iif w?p iper dislnbuti n t-Wle. on the 8tli uf August, to keep a m'uute of the time each paper was brouxht to th<- Post Office. Kiom his inetnorsod* from, and i'tcludiuic the 8th of .-\uj(iitt lo the 18th. I find that amy of the morning papers duriug that period frequently reached the other loo late to be forwarded by the 9ml. io pieveut errors in future you are notified, that new-papers for the . morning in.nl to New Haven must be iu the office by i\? o'clock. AM. F'r morning m.ul to Boston, 3.S o'clock, A.M. For ilia afternoon m lil to Bost n, 3< to 4 o'rlock, P. .'1. Knr the inonii g miil to Albany and Noitli. K'4 o'clock, A.M. Por the iifternoou mail to Albany and the North,4 o'clock. T. M. For the moruiug Southern Mail ^ to > o'clock, A. M. For the afternoon Bomhena Mail, SX o'clock, P. M. If you, gentlemen, will tee that yonr papers reach this office bv or befoie the hours above stated, every paper will le tve this office by the first mail. 1 h"V? ?itIv six newspaper distributing clerks. ther sach 24 hoars, distribute over 71 000 newspapers and pampnle's. From this statement you will appreciate the necessity of having y< ur papers 111 the Post Office in seaton. It is desirable that weekly papers should be iu tuis office as early M practicable. Very respectfully ROBT H. MORRIS, P. M. Metallic Tablet Ramor Strop? Merchants and others abont purchasing an article of this kind, would do well to call and et tmiue at the manufactory the various patterns offered, each being made of the best materials, but vai y ing only in oatside finish. Certificates, in proof of their utility, are in the possession of the inventor, trom some of the most scientific gen'lemen in the country : s liberal discount made to wholesale pur chasers. U. tAUNDtBS it SON. 177 Broadway. opposite Howard Hotel. Boitruklinm, or the I> Imltabic Curling Comb.?Tliis srticle is most simple in its nse, and does not endanger the safety o> a head dress, as is often the esse with the common curling totip. By being simply i sertedin hot water, (per directio ns), it produces the most beiutifiil ringlets, preserves the hair a d whiskers Without this elegant, ingenious and useful coin anion the toilet is iucomplete. G. 8AUNUF.K8 k SON, 177 Broadway. LmUh will be Clad to learn that the French Lunar Pills can be had at 111 rherry street. ts5 IiaTl)t?(IOu Slf 1>S OlUi. Hlt<> Placet. Tisu. Stat? ef Ri?" iacimati, July SO deep water?falling. wheeling. Ju'.y SO fl ft. 8 ineha. 'itUliiire, July '-J7 6 feet, full. oninriflfi. Inly 'lrt 10 f??i 7 'rrhM NONET MAIIKKT. Wtdneiday, Au||Mt 19?O P- M. There wa* nothing of cociequence doing in the stock market to day, although price* for some of the fanriea improved a fraction. Long I aland went up X per cent ; Harlem, X > Norwich and Worcester,^ ; Readingcloted firm at yesterday'* price*. The l.ewistown Bank, of Penmylvania, hai failed?i' might be (aid to have impended, as bank* very teldom if ever fail. The Preiident waa in Philadelphia several day*, for the purpoae of raising fund* to keep the ma chine in motion, but not (ucceeding in so doing be wen' home, and let K die in the regular way. The Caledonia, at Boston, from Liverpool, bring* ten daya later new* from all part* of Curope. Commercially the new* it not important, although rather favorable.? The London money market was easy, stock* improving, and the amount of'capitul soaking investment aily in creating. Cotton ws* improving in price*, with a very active demand Irom the trade. The harvettt throughout Great Britain aie Likely to bo a full average. We annex our utual table of quotation* for the principal yia'e aud other ttockt used fur invet ment:? Taicctor Stocks in tkl New Voas Mtain. H'dtrm- IMA. 1816 11(6. Rmtt. able. Junr 1. July M ?'J ig 19. United States C 1*2 103 a? 106 ?IU6K .0JVU06 5 1SJ3 ? * ? 98 * ? i ?N Vtw York, 7 1818-19 103 a ? 102 alOl* 101 " IIM-M-M ? a ? ? ?IOi - a ? " 6 1881-62-67 ? a ? ? a 104 i?4 *I0? " JK I?|*-*I-6J ? a? ?- a ? - a ? ? 5 !?? > ?a? ? a? ? a ? " 1 1U6-7-4-* ? s ? - i- ? a ? ? iiu.i-1 ? ? " J ?*? - ? 97 97 ?0n 5 183?-?-l ? * ? M ?UW #7H-? 9?X ?K IM?-? - ? - - - - a ? WiiOi . IISO ?1H? ?X M ??* - I? ( ll*?-?0 ? * - 93 * 93$ 93Ka " i ItM-tt - a - - a " T l(M ?H< ? 101 *|?2V 101 alHU ( ninety. W*a 9?H 9?Va - MX. 99 " 5 ? * ? BO * M 7J a ? Illinois, ? 1?T0 - ? 32)4 13\, 34 3) 13S Indian*, S lilMII ?V* ? 32He 11 32 I it ' Vrkanau, 6 ? ? ? ? a ? ? a ? Vlabaraa, ? a ? ? * ? ? a ? J -I- M iH IM iMX ; Pennsylvania^ MX* SI a M* WX? ?T rcuneuae, 6 ? * ? 96a? ? a? 1 V. York Cfty,7 1?37 105 * ? 101 a ? 104 alO# 7 1151 WX* - IM a - - a - , i IW - - * - - ? 1 l?M-? tlX^? * a 92)4 91W. !.< Ik Com'e N. V., full ?a? M *91)4 <13 < ? , ?, . !?"P ? a ? ? a 91 ftjf* M S. r. Life Ina. k Tnut Co. ? a? 10* *109 ? 1 ? Firm?r?" Loin It Tru.1l Co. 14 Kill* Urn? 2J\?* ZVX | Ohio Life Int. fcTrutt Co. % a 90J 95V*- ? ? Jink of t. S. in l'run>\l'a. 4 ?)? t a 4)4 4 1 t)i 9.>itoii It Providence Hail'd IM *109 I0<t allMV IMKtlM ? N. Jersry It RkTMiia.Ce ? *? lOj^a - 101 alO* \1<>h*wk k llud'n Rtilroid. 4tX* 30 41 * 49 50 * ? (Jtic* It Sehenectadv R*il'd ? alM It* a!l7 113 at 14 * 4yr*Ca*e It I'lici Railroad, 197 al0? 109 alio 103 alllX Auburn k Syracute Railra, ? a? ? * ? ? * ? \ 11 burn it Rochester R. H., ? a ? ino a ? MX <104 Rending H tilrmd. 97 a 67V fid * 6JV IKVi IT Delaware It llndton Canal, <41 a ? M0 *1.50 ? a ? P Handing Railroad Bond*. 7.3 a 73*< 72V* 71 72 a 7?W Heading Hmlroad Mt* Bd*., 77 a ? 74V" ? 73 71V H Th^rr have been no material altora'ion* in ^notation* for the above aer.nritjai fine* the (ailing of the Ia?t 1packet. The o|>erailon* have been limited, the trantao- ^ tioBfl In the market having been almoit exclusively con fined to tho<? of a fancy ehwrae'er. fomiderahie anxiety exM'fimong capitallut* nn1 *peo- * ul i(or? in relation to the movement* of 'he Trenaury department, regarding th? i?*ne of treasury notei nn I trea< ?ury draft*, m much depondi upon tha manner in wkiab to raw wt put i*t? slr?ui?tje?, u4 Um tf