Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 19, 1855, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 19, 1855 Page 2
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dark trrtkV stone, with small window*, and is not unlike a orison or penitentiary. The redes Tonn a square, but we cannot ascertain what id in the yard in the centre. There in a qnay before if, along which home*, carta, and men rush at full speed whenever the French take it Into their heads to annoy them. One gateway opens on the quay, and there in another on each of the remaining aides of the quadrangle, except, that on the north, ihe i (?>.tiding* ue two stories high, and are roofed With , tries. which are already twginning to look much ! tattered under the attention.* of the French Sheila, fori* distance behind the storehouse there are prod'giou* quantities of coal, piled to the height of a man or ih- nwoouta, and intersected With walks or pas sage*, through which we can ?? the antdior* going to and fro. Ihe c> i. Is are arranged symmetrically arranged in squares. and at one corner 'hero Is either a largo vvei/h iog machine or smull crane. As yet the Russians have not touched thc*e coaia. Further away, to the left, the enemy have a small arsenal or store of cannon and shot, which may po-sthly contain, however, several thousand guns. In addition to the main stream of carts there are always many divergent currents and small streams of ve hicles pr.iceeding between various stations on the north ride and Mackenzie's Farm, by diffluent paths through the h rush wood, and common! sting wi'h the detached camps spread all over the face of the slopes between In k? rmoi.n and the Helbek. At dayluenk on the morning of the S2d, I saw through the mi-t on ilie Mackenzie ridge a numerous line of tvitcir tires, and later, in the early light, a strong column of the Russian infantry wan visibio in bivouac to uur right oif the station, and to the left of the Spur lot tery, pear the Mackenzie road. I'art of these h vts inarched away again in the course of the day. The others remain in the name place, aod are busy hutting them selves, an operation which they perform with groat skill andsl icraty. They were encamped in a sort of chap paral, and they lutve already cleared a good hit of it, and connected the hranclioi Into the side* and covering.* of their hut*. Thel; arms were piled when they first came, bu* :n th ?> hours alter the men arrived the glistening bar; lanu bayonets had disappeared, and hail possibly teen placed in >ome dry an t secu. ? place. The he "" " " recent heavy rains will fill ll'ilie wells and swell the water courses of this distilet, and It will uo longer be untenable by large bodies of men. Having secured their right flank hy the very tnimidable earthworks and bat teries ubic! we are | emitting the rni'iny evcu yet to ertet, in addition to their fotmer defences and to their regular forts, the Russians will now no doubt direct the bulk of their army to pre tect their centre over the Tchemayn, and heir left, itt Ai'odor anil on the Upper Belbck. 1 h>y seem prepared to hold this extensive lino, and we appear at piesentby no mean* prepared orwilling to attack it. As 'he allies can scarcely *pa' e men enough to send to Kupiitorin, arid thence to march on Siuiphoro phol, or to force the Russian poritiou on the Belbek hy a corps descending on 'hem fr mi the north, and as there is no apparent intention of attacking them from Inkerwann or the 1'clicriroya, this dead lock may last longer than we think, mid is likely enough not to be relaxed iliis winter. The quantity of stoies amoved by the Itus-ians from the nerth ride to iheir nrw depot shows that they are no1, in want of provision*, onle s tlroy take the trouble to carry dummy sucks and fill 'heir carts with "miko-believo*." It uiny and must bo difficult for them to food their army, hut, somehow or o'her, they do *o. About noon, *ani" day, s Mug of truce came in from the lieet, . nd was met near Fori Com'.amine by a il'i-aian bou'. TTie conference di 1 not list very long, an I i's oh ,)ect hn* not v-t transpired. The French mortar* and guns vyoie not i'.ent while he (lug* were tlying. Their mor'iir battery, which i* protected hy the walls of Fort Nicholas. U'.<q * up n constant lire of bombs against the qundrangi Is* storehoute'. In ad ition to the fire yester day :be Freu U '-nt <vo bou-.'is through the roof of the building to day, ur,d tli v ure rapidly defacing the building. Their practice is very variable, which is probably owing i > th" imperfect manufaet'i'e of their shells, whi h ire t. ? uently of uueoual weight, unci bo quentlt of uncertain range. In tho I nge shell* there is soiiiorimea a variation of three pounds ->r four pcutul* in weight, aril some which were leut to u* 10 almost uselcs ? on tha'. rocoifnt. Their were found to I* battery hohind 'he MalakoiT is pnn dp illy directed ag.iust the rend* t-? l'ort Constan'lne .irvl tort Catherine. Three or four time* in the day Fort Constantino gives a fulhn lepiy to 'lie albes, and the 1- guo batte y at fnk'irunr.n throws an odd shot nt the !- ten-b battery of I he MalakoiT. The Rns-ian-', however, look a, if they nir; did to woik ft tt tidily nt their earthwork*, a .d sou r tine day, no doubt, tb>y will open with ft r.rer of cannon in'lieir tild *'yle, all along tiio vaterrido Iro n Fort (' in ai.tloo to Intrermann. largo convoys j>.it.*od in and < nt of the f Tt* to-dpy, but it could not be ?-cer. taitad with ulist they were lad n. llieir coal depot is untouched and unoimini bed. It wu- amusing to watch the eoolno*- of the tellowa at w- ik iuslde the larpe magazine t< 'oy. ,-oiuo of them usually stood in the doo.wuy by the waterside to l"ok out fjr the muitai". "Iloin, goes. on", and the thick white Mm kc tiies upwards in a circling pillar, marked hnre and tlerc with whirling ring*. " T will twit! twit!'' 'he bomb whistles aloft, tho sound becoming fainter nnl fainter ire it leaves us. till it begins to grow on the em of tic- gentleman in gray, vrh i is on the watch at the other ftide; he pop* in his head, and out nrnic at hi* summons, like rabbits scut'llng from a ferret-haunted vari-n, a swarm of t 1* comrade* just a; tie bomb, with a prodigious crush, and l;r.?>-I: ing up a c'.oud of tiles, timbo', -tone and dire,, rushes tin' gh the toof. and burs'* iusitc; they are down on their faces in a moment, and the bi'a fly over them, anl stiike the csrtli far inland, or duh the water of the harbor into t urn. I hen the Rookies" get lip, urd return placidly to their wo;k intide till the next bt.nih Clone* Uinaernu*ly n or. It d "v mi fill inside the iot.iilit g. or 1* not 1 k' ly to lip d >wn on tlrom tb'oogh tho roof, the tllows lover s'ir out. When the Kren h di* vered tho column n- ar the t, legr.iph this nit, ninjr. 'h"y cj one 1 from Gtingiltit on 'In m with round shot .ml 1 -v the earth in up close to them, bu: the Rnft.iu' * neve/ turned round from their camp lice;. They are a-mcdly a stolid infantry, an I if 'hey li id ,7-m .uid da h ;o m:}</ < rt nt their other uiidcutably gm?l qu ill i< * as soldi*- they woulu not be uc nd to the n-mlcs of try nation in the worth ft is no binzu to (date that onv ever act! ve '.lllos the French, are c i; tructlng n l>-caching ha't-vj between Fort Nicholas and the ruins of K< -' Alexander nyx'nst For f'oii*taiitirie, in such u p i*;ti. tli it the enemy an only avail them-clvcs <f Ih-ce or four emht .mires. T.;e statto ent can o no Irjury, !-? au ? the Russians see the Fret. h tt work on tho battery, know t" lo illnn nul what It Is intended for, and e at the working p irties from fin** to time. I'e ides, tho Iwttory -.ill lie ouile ready before till* cm r"? h Fnrf'ud. Th-' Itus ?lar.ft bare placed an ? nnrmous ipianli'y of an l-b;i*s and earth n tlie roof. ' I n. i Constantino and h tv" made regular ti?V-waet and onihr .sun'* f r the gun* mounted thcie Sup" of the! ity of the llcei cre^'in a night or tw i ag>, g >t throt gh the b,>om- a-.d inirinv chnaux dr f, i-. and cam- right round to the l* chyard fr?k. The Udssian* aim steal about the harbor at nigh' in thvtr rowl'ort" and tirts, a iium'ier of which are in the rieok* and up the bend of thr Soukhara. TflK 1NTE1U0K OF SF.BASTOPOI,, O.N TIIK SOL Tn. [From tho Is.nd >n Time.*, Oct. 5.] On looking from ilie back of the lit dan, whence n g>od view is iibiuincd. the scene 1.* one ot ruin anl destruc , tion. In front aie the bin rucks, aiscnol and -'ores, their beautiful cut-stone fronts shatleie t iu every direc tion, the roofs falling in, and the wall* here and it-arts blackened uy inc. Ou the right the Mai ik off rise t In ? commanding poiul, looking ''.own ou tho dockyard*, the ho*p<tal and the magnificent burins for ttiu large men of-war. the intervening space occupied by ruined and smouldering hou-c*. looking to tho loft, the inaiu part of ihe toon utandion high ground. thc*treet< stia ph:, and imposing evcu in llieir present con . ion. The club house, m> often looked ?t with envy, s ands on a beautiful ,-po , ovcrlo* '.ing the deep oiock, su.l now show- in its blael.ene 1 walls the effects i I last nijht's lire. The gov-rcor's hou-e ha* shartpl its fate, b t as yet the well-known temple, a model of the 1 aniireun, hinds en trie, and is pi elected by seutrie*. Fort N'lcb-la.* ?till Fnieulder*, end the hoiis--* iu its neighborhood are n a blare. A- yet the cathedral is untouched; around It uie some l- vely iiardtn.-?such a contrast to our dusty camp! Ihe remnants of the bridge* Hurt about, and here and there the nrasta ot the largo vee wcl, pioject above the water, tin going into the bar racks the destiucriou the e seen i-painful. It would apptar that the tiddlers in their se.virhe* for things of value determinisl to commit as much ha voc a* Uy in llieir power. Iu the pinions of the building* undeigrouud vast quantities of new clothing and arcoiitremrnts woe scattered about. Hundreds of helmets were bt log tresiden loan tiy the men, and bale, of cloth lay on evety tide. I uinltuie oful' kinds was being removed; picture-, lamps, dresses and mu-ical mitru nrnts were nil there e who were sudiciently early, and wlio rsre<l to carry them home. Tin* Frtn-h Wing allowed much more liberty than the Eng!i*h troops, overran tho houses, and remove 1 every thing which er.uld po.- d'uly l>e of any use. I'nill late in the day our men were confine 1 to camp, anl when th' v weto side to psss into the town found nothir-g lift for them lint hare walls, and any lumbering furniture which prove 1 too heavy for the French to remove. The camps have consequently abounded with itinerant verniers nf all kinds of goods, lor every on" of which fabulous pi ice* wee demanded. Ihe variety of article, was astonisliiny, and from va'.ua'jlo silver plate to the most worthies* >f old books, whi -h no one t. >uhl lead, cveijrthing -ecmed to meet wl h tome purrharer. Pictures were n.oet In demand, and some really valuable one-woue takec. fine man wa* fc-n clothed in a ri'is sdan clitre r's uniform, carrying on hi* hack a lings cage with s talkative parrot timide, which seetn"d groatly ex cited by the change of scene; others .valked up fr in the town dhpUtylrg on their own ners. i;* sbawl* ua I Imn ue'- whi*h they wished to sell Altog-'ther the s-eu-re met whh ? n every ride were sttch as could never be ef fcced from the miuq* of those wlio wilnesnej 'hem. BAlflNO OF Tnv; FRFNCn TLAG ON TIIK XlAhA K*?Vr?TltV. WOVIF.N IN 8KHANTOrOh A letter ftom a French officer at Se'.aatojwvl. in th? Perls "on i't'(i'.n?*l -ay-?It ws a corporal of th -lst Monaves who pbm'rel the first French ? andard on the lialalofi. His usms it Kugene Mbaat, of Partf. It was flenerrl M'V?lion's standard -if the 1st divi.ri'lt. the hoisting nt which w?< hi be the signal for the attack* on the other polo'* The g*n ? nil gave him the standard with hi* -wn h.rei-l*. With th# words, "This Is the siguai ling: go!" I.i sent wis the first to spring cut of our rren-lie*. Wlitle gwt'iug Into the enemy's ditch be was struck by a stone, hut, no*, withstanding the pain, he scaled the |iarspet in the ml 1 t of a bail storm <ff projectile- of eve v kin 1. and it !? gtu planted the flag, around wliieh our brave -oilier* -o ,n ttoeked. and maintained their ground. The same letter say*:? flgliteen women wbo remaine<l In th" town. w"-e trade ml* ner*. At first it was thought th"y had h-en let behind to fire the mines, but It was ooun found th it so<h w?a not the cn-e; they are treated with every re ITBI.IC FKKLING TN RliaSIA. _ . \ ,N- iiturftO^T lsVtAirf, iHt. J. Rauiors have be. u very rife to-.lay In all well informed Hide*, thiit th?ha*?'.?ii u<??^rninfut Ua-4 Pru-^U to take atfipa towaida th. ttu. i ucgottatlon* with the Western Powers. " Public freHng in Itussia ha* begun to show Itself since ihe fall of Pebaatoptd. The large proprietor* have lost ? half or tvrn tw ?? third- of their reienue from tt ? w*nt of an onriet tar produce, and from the abatraction of rib .r. The governn ent fmetlonarle* and t're y . ?), J i*t f, ,>fn the military ?chuols arc alone in fkior of a o utlnuati m ai the war.' Among the Russian Genni^jd who fcB on the 8'h, were Genet ale Yuuaoroff and v oletcroff, the latter an aid-de camp of the Emperor, .nd a particular favorite. Baron Bruuow, bufrly Russian Minister in London, has jtr-t lett St. Vqteraburg for Franktort, to resume his po.-k as Kuci-'uu representative to <he Ihet. Is Word, ot Brussels, takes a hopeful view of Russian affairs in the Crimea. A wii'cr in tha' Journal taye:? Ihe situation is not entirely t'> our <h'advantage, and tee honor of our urn,.* has been in no way compromised. Our mm will no longer be obliged to olfe' themselves up as a holocaust, but will now t>- able to defend themselves in a close tight, and sell (heir liv >s at a high cost. The -ame paper a'ate- that out of the 10,000 seamen who had undertaken, with their officers, th" defeu:e of .-ebnstopol, only a lourtli survive, and sumo six or seven Officers. WAR MOVEMENTS IN ASIA. 1 etters tr un hus res rrue the thorough devastation of the surrounding district by the Russians. I'll ' provisions of the gurroon could not last longer thin the 15th of reptemher, and if reinforcements did not arrive, General Williams would be compel1* d to submit. The Russians, however, were themselves hard pressed by the tnow, which bad already set in, and which, if the garrison could only h"ld out a little longer, would com pel the besiegers to retreat. Another letter from Kars says:?"Outer l'aslia has arrived at I'etoum, and was received with great enthu siasm by the half-starved garrison of that place. Tiie strength if the corps d'aisnie, which is represented as IC.GfO men of all arms, does not ox eed at pi "sent 4,000 sabres." the haltic. A brief telegraphic despatch from Hamburg states that in 'he 'c7lb ult. sis luglii-h vessels appeared before Riga, and bombarded for several hours the batteries of Duiuun uiule and Verrago liunclk-n. LORD PALMERSTON ON THE PALL OP SEBASTOPOIj, The Inhabitants of Remsey (Fug.) presented Lord l'al mvistnn with a congratulatory address on the fail of Febastupol on the 4th of October. Lord J'ulmerston spoke as follows on the occa sion:?Mr. Mayor and gentlemen : The occasion which lias assembled ns together to exchange mutual congratulations, is one. no doubt, of the most moarkable and important events which have hap. pemd in recent times?I mean the capture of Sebastopol. (l oud cheers.) It is an eveut of which all Englishmen may bo proud?it is an event of which our al lies. the French, the Sardinians and the Turkish nation, may also l>e proud?:t is an event, in deed, that must inspire joy and exultation in the breast of every generous freeman on the surface of the globe. (Clieeis.) We have been told by the com mander of tin Run Ian army that in evacuating the -own of Sebastoj ol he left nothing to the allies but blood-stain ed ruins: and no doubt, as fur as depended upon him? as lar us liiue allow* d him, and aa far us his moans of destruction ix'endc!?it was hi- intention to loive no thing else to the victorious enmuy. llui, although on retiring he blew up I'ortilicd works, although he ex ploded gt eat magazine* of puweer, although ho de stroyed everything that coull be burnt within the 'imo allowed for bis remaii tig stay, yet we know I hat when f lie allies ottered that town 'h >y found am* ng those blood * t tied ruin; no less ' oan 4,00!) pieces of earn n, (cheer-,) an immense quantity of powder, an cm rroou- amount of cannon balls and sliellg. anil ma'e rials of various kinds necei-ary for the procsutlon of war. Well, gentlemen, what decs th it teach us upon re fection? Why does 1* not show us th - vast importance wl dch the government of Russia attached to that stronghold ot Russian power iu the r.lack Sea? (Hear, hear.) Why wa* that vas' accumulatem of war tike materials to ado, more th.u be required for lit" mi st prolonged defence of tha place? Why was it that 'he dements bad bc-u the-e ac uinulated for supplying gieat armies, and for furm.-hiag great fleets? Why. it wua because tb"y felt that this fOfbas t' pol was the stronghold of their power ir? 'be Ma-t, thet from 'hat centre was to radiate ia'cnse and ixteasive power whi h was to lead thera to 'he on qucst of (onstantinopile, and to enable them from Lb at centre of empire to sway in a gnat degree tiie dediotes * 1 Europe. (Cheert.) Well, 'hen. gentlemen, that 1 think affords c. satisfactory proof of the sound ju lgm-mt which was excrcked by llor Muj'.s'y's government in directing against Eebastcpel the great power of our iiriity and navy in the Black .-'ca. (Cheers.) I'heie wore 1 hose who thought ?and some of tbemnomean judges either of internal tinuiii or of military and naval aflklrs?there wero me who thought,'.liat we ought to have sent our ar iiih"?i mean 'hat France and England ought to have sent their armies?to the continent to scour the I'rin ipalitics, to invade Bessarabia, to pursue the vanquished ami roll eating Russian army?for Van i ui .hcil aud ro tieatlrgtbey must have been if our armies had landed? and th t v.e ought to have allowed them to pursue the retreating enemy through the sicppes and over the great wilderness of Southern Russia. Why, if wa had done (his, what practical result would have boon achieved of equal moment to i hut wM -h bis been accom plished at Sebastopol? We should have defeated army after m toy, but nmiy aft' r fliniy would have been reple nished by*i Hcccsp.ivo hoides Issuing from the north, and at last wo should have gained nmliing hut the aosscs Ion of vart and exten.-iu- plains ftvm wnleh we should have been comjieiled uliitaaiely to return without having iu our hands the pledge* of Suture security. (Cheers.) W*dl, then, gentlemen, we huve lieaYd much of the *d*go of rVhuAtopi 1, and of t'-c gallant defence ol tb? garri.-on wl ich hell thit town, ami yet I rosy be permitted to say tha" in the prope sense of the word tbue .Hi- he' ti no rlege ut all, and Sebaitopol has not tier u defended by tiny ga. i isou. Wiiy, gentlemen, a g?ni*< n means n compa-ativcly small military force, Which, shut up wifhln a w..ilel town or fortress, dctonds it ugauist ? v. stly superior army. (Cheers.) A siege means tic opeiuthui which is conducted hy a supe rior film investing such a fortress, cutting olf its communication with the rear, and hy approaches, which are familiar to military men, nt last mak ing a breach in the defences, nod then by bringing superior numbers against the Inferior amount of the garrison, overwhelming the n, as mu-t be tho can- in so noe-puul a t: oggle. But th it which has hap pened in tho Ciinte hits been a transaction of a totally diiferrnt-klnd. (Hear, hear.) The dbed .irmios of Eng land and Franee, assisted from the beginning by a portion nt The Turkish lore*, nn-1 a-sis ed 1 ittcrly by '.ho brave -ardini'iu?a l .!y *f troops worthy of admiration by ill tor tlirlr discipline. their skill Hieir science, their g- < <1 order end luavcry?th" allied armies had lor twelvemonth."?I wa going to say for twelve King months, and long may 1 cill them?foe although twelve i.-.oilth be a shot t i-erind of historical time, jot II i e have been pieguan*. with -"> many vast events H at ihey must over occupy a oonsltlorable space In the history < f iuiopi?"ho allied armies, 1 say, during that period, have not he. n besieging a single town and atta"k ieg a sir nil gai'tun, but, tiny have been lighting the whole military force of 11.o HussUn empire, (Hoar.) We have been conteu.Ung. not merely with an army in the Crimen, "qual to ourselves, and sometimes TO] crier to ours-!ve it* numbers, but I s.iy It without < xaggeiHlion. wo huve been contending with the while luilliary iffonrc?? ol 'hat vast military em j.lte, r; that empire which devotes th" great piopo. tion of |f rovpfine lo tiie nniioleiiauce "t an "norm ms stsnuhig army, an army which they call 1,090,000 inea, but which tuny be a down at (500,000 or 800,000 m n. Well, gentlemen, almost the whole, or the greater iart,o^ lhat force was -et free, from the Baltic to tli" Huxioe by 1h" neutral postti *n "f ihose powers whbdi iiorder upon the Kuropean frontier ?f itos-io. Russia had uothiug to fear from Austria; she had nothing to from Prus sia. (Il"ar, hear.) She w?* therefore at liberty to send i own to (he 'Tinea and defend hastopol, and drive our armies, as she vainly la ast, d she would do, Into the sea. b'he l:ad nothing to pi event LcrlTun sending division after division and aimy nt'ter army?'he garrison of Pol s ud and the garrison of ft. l eter burg?every man she could fed at mi dt iant a plar??she had nothing of danger upon her frontier to pre- en* her teinforcing her Crime-in nmiy, and r* j lacing by frcoh recruits the loose' shs had ittlc. I snatafned In battle. I say, therefore, it has been not what Is commonly called a N si*ge," and thst we have con*|ucred let wn.-it i- properly .-ailed a "garrisin;" but we have Item fighting in the Crimea a battle agaiust the whole ndli'ary resources of Russia and tha armies of huisia, which were in'reched within a position strong beyond measure by nature, and strengthened by nil tbe rsources ol ait and all the <vm tri*anc<a of ektll and science. Putins twelve months' struggle, in which many deeds of hcroDm have oecn ner fornud by the tr oi>?, iiutn itritl'h r.ud t ri-uch?dv ds of hei'di-m u l.lch will live in the mem iry of the !at.?t coi ti-ilty, and which will do Immortal honor to the people ot tbe two countries?during that period, I say w b tve been lighting against the whole military strength of K ti sia, ami. til- prise being the t iwn of bo'oastop-il, W" have conqnerod that military power and have possessed our relves < f th' p'ire for widen we have been (lghtitig (loud rhecis.) Well, gentlemen, that is a great event. (Rear.) l! /?<'*put an end to the n?tiun tff th imrinriefU'y <>( Rv.ttia 'it h?T o"7i m il, for, mark yon. dueI i' is n iup in.'Oii'r rf ikt jo?*v>- at mifki, cf <? rrtin i nienl., of t!, ill, and of Hirntr o?*r mert physical force, lhat while we hav.i b?en carrying ?ii th's combat up n Russian toil, t,00) mile- from our own shores, In p unt o" fa -t our army In the Crimea lins been nearer to its own resource' at ho:no, rarer in point of time, and rea. > in point of c.mve tenre, llutn the Russia iilcnee, tusn the Rntuan army wbleh wa< on its own territory. (Hear.) Fur, from a fortnight to tli e;> wnl.1 are all that nr" necessary for the p?s age of a transport from Portsmouth to Bal.klava, and, when it arriv- the stori- v convsyed are free from the dlstnrbance of land (arrtsge, ami It take, men ireofrom fi?- fatigue of long marches?whll", on the other hand, the I!u**i?n supplies come In smaQ car's ov.t a vast *?* t*ul of stej pes, which has to bo traversed, an I those troop* that atiie e. me har*a so I and Is' gue 1 by In nu n-" mateb'-s * ver 'lie gr< at wastes tli"y h v" to c >ss, ?nme'fmee even without water for days : igetner. W.d', gru'lomrn, ve have aseute'ly giinel a great anl ws Enportant idntttifs. That advantage could nit lie scroll. | li* lu d nithout much loss on our site, ?If. Co d'ub'., gi i.tlem.ii, lh" shadow of alfiic'ioti lias darkened many a liome in ihi country. Bu* th -e who bar*- had t" wep for ri 'ativ s that I. ive lie ish" I In t, at least, the si' -'"action ol reeling that the field have, 'h"-e men have die! thr death of heroes, and ths' th?lr memory will Ling survive la the reootlecttoia of ag. v'e ful country. (Cheers.) It is g utlem -n. sometime* tbe fasliion with many to say that w ir i< the g, eat-st 'fall calamities. Now. wnr i ? 'induih,e?lly a g. " it cvl *? iniiy, but there are evils greater than war; there are evil's siting from the success of grarpiug am bit ion, from triumphant violence, from wrong and misrule over moo. In all tint"', in all ngo* sod in atl countries nttbrns that have p .*'"'<*ed the n slitles that 'ignity tn-l adorn bunisn nature hive felt that thosi evils weie eviia grcutc. '.I an war, sn I hive be* n picpsrii! to encounter the culmiltie* of w vr. ho v eT?rgi"?t:! y may be, rather than submit to the still giiater m is iluit I h?v? just pointed out to you. (t beers.) it is wt.h the people of Fsigi nd; so it is ivilh our noble neighbors thi people of Frauce; an 1 1 ho licve tha- U t:.e na n? ?f the coutineut were to deter mine lh* course wl i !. they shall pursue, simply accord leg I o tludf own on iui^ntdi .m i thfre ereoim tile# n?iw reetlag In io^Ioriou<? neu^i tUtjr tliit w *ul4 IiHTe joined th<- &l!!sittcc etui I ?nc hwior ff? the n *"In en'I the ca 5 c. (Ow* .) Wet I, etery war I*, no doubt, n calami j: but tbe oor^e iff iLe present w^r ha? brought It-* c U< II' <!?* b?mr to the j'*( lhi< country a* wo* p ^ib!t cemi'lmllj with the nature of t! r?g?. Oureneoif Hm I een hb arvo?el^ in 'he fViHIc flaming ?n 1 htauiig to tb* ky. ^ ur em my h*> ?ern the' gr?ait fleet of or .*0 of tie for wbl.h thf fcftnufl* of the oauntry were rquandered, for which crews were eonseribed, who to render them eficieut, were even taught during the ley ri gor* of wiuter to mount fictitious masts in their hai rm:k yards, sud iiusgi- e they were climbing the riming of a we have neen that flee*, eoopeil up igaomiuiously in ite harbors and docks, not daring to lace the allied squad rons, which, allow me to sny, were never superior in their numbers to the numbers of the Russians, however su perior they may have been in other respects on which victory depends. They have had the mortification of see leg that all their expendit ure and trouble were fruitier when the moment came for the fleet to be useful: they have seen m the italtic the humiliation attending that state of things: they have seen their commerce crippled and greatly reduced. In the iilack Sea 'hey have"seen the fleet which not loug ago proudly hwiggerml over the waves of the Kuxine, and whose most glorious a .hleve ment wus the barbarous outrage or Mnopo (cheers) ?tbey huve seen that fieet not captured in open bstrlc. not yielding after a brave resistance to a superior force ot antagonists, but sinklug by the hands of its own commander, and leaving nothing but its topmasts slicking out of the water us marks of the degradation to which they have been sub jected. (I beors and laughter.) Again they have seen this great arsenal, this vast capital of which tbey have been to proud, but of which they have been so chary that 110 pryiug stranger was ever allowed to enter Its walls?the only Englishman who had ever entered it having been compelled to go In the disguise of a peasant, carried up In a cart full of bay (a laugh)?tbey baveseen this great anenal, ko studiously kept from the eyes of jcaluua fit: angers, exposed not to the eye, but to the possession of an enemy, after having vainly eudeavoiud for twelre months to defend it. Well, gentlemen, we have no doubt In many re spects felt the unavoidable pre-sure of war, but tho-o wild raging 'dimes that lit the iracnalj of Russia have here reduced themselves to tho-e .-imply mi tigated lights that accompany the ivoning rejoicings of a town, and the only noise of cannon which has echoed in our ears has been, not the cannon that have shaken the walls of r'eba-topol, but those occasional discharges which aie tokens of national rejoicing. (Hear.) Well, then, gentlemen I trust and hope that the causo which has been so ably supported?a cause so worthy of defouco? must prosper in the end as in the beginning, and 1 may say tbut there is hardly an instance In the history of Europe in which one single campaign?for it Is only a single campaign so far as we are concerned?has been attended with such great and important results. We are presenting to the world one of tho noblest .spectacles which it is po-sible for nations to exhibit. Here are the two greatest nations of the world?I say it with out vanity and without exaggeration, but without one particlo of diminu'lon. that England and France, standing as tbey do at I ho head cf everything that dignifies human nature, are presenting to the world the noblest, possible spectacle of two great people cast ing into the shade of oblivion all former jealousies and rivabblps and exlluct animosities, and uniting for purpr -cs generous and, as far a.- any sordid motives uro concerned, entirely disinterested: looking tor 11 j trumpery, profit or gain, or other wi.-o, for them selves, but seeking simply to establish tho liberty of the woi Id in which they a: e so deeply in'cre-ted. up >n a solid and peinuucut foundation, and making sacrifices, not want: nly or for abstract principles, but, for sound po li 'cal considerations. 1 say that these two nitions present the noblo-t spectacle that tbo history of the woi Id has over, up ro this day, exhibited. We hava won gieat combinations for the pnrposea of conquest, but a combination like this, for purposes so h mum ble to the two nitions, has seldom, if ever, been seen iu history. The airaies of two cations whiib had 'earnt, tare to lace on the Held of hat'le, to view e.:ch other wiih respect, have n,,w fought side by -ids, und, more intimately the good qualities of each other, we have seen that feeling of respen eouver.ed into enthusiastic admiration. (Hoar.) Well, ihon, gentlemen, I say it wt.ul ill become any man in the situation which I have tho honor to held to lalk of tho future and to advert to prospective measures; but this 1 think 1 aw well war ranted in raying tliRt, viewing the manly and umliacli ing spirit that animates the people of this country viewing i ho generous support that l'jiliament lius given to the 'government lu every measure connected with the piosecutfon of the wir viewing the | eifeet good faith und undeviating constancy oi purpose which an, ma'is oar gi at ally, the Emperor of the 1 reach?riming the egmpathj which our cau." .jxilct anting even/free people an<> in every free ronntnt in the world, ami even in place* where mintah'en vie s of their in terest, an 1 think, tear! thegorermm nt.r to a di'/crerU courtc fieuirg thrjn.'tio of our enure, whi-k tn'iil-t </,; to loolejur the protection oj fmvideiue on our exertion ?I say, in i viewing nil these things, 1 am confident that we may look for such a result of the contest iu which we are en gaged a" may place the fut ure liberties of Europe and the main and permanent interests of the countries which aro now allied ur.on a sure, a stable, and a lasting founda tion. (l.oud cheer-.) IHi VERY LATEST. CAVALRY VICTORY OF THE ALLIES RE Alt ECPATOUIA. Marshal IVfissier reports, on the 1st inst., that a bril liant contest or cavalry was fought on the 29th ult., at Koughil, five leagues northeast of Eupatoria, in welch tLo l!us-ian cav ,try, commanded by General Kerf, were defeated by the French cavalry, under tlencral AUonvHe. Six guns, twelve umrr.unitiiii wagoDS, aud a campaign forge, with all the nppurtenanccs, and 100 prisoners, of whom two were officers, were captured, besides .30 horses of the Russian Hulans. Eifly of the Russians were killed : among tl.em was Colonel Androwsky. 01 tho Flinch, six were killed and twenty.?evon wounded. PRINCE GORTSCEAKOFF's DESPATCH. t Hamuiim, Oct. C, 1855. Intelligencelyisheen received at St. Petersburg from Prince .'orischak dT which bringi news from the Crimea op to the 2il in-iani. The 1 rinoo reports that on previous day ilic enemy made an ineffectual flank rtnr - ment. Ckinea, Oct. ?.?Tlven'ug. Yesterday the enemy effected a movement against o.. left flank, and then withdrew. Our advanced posts still occupy tlicir former Uro. Nothing lias yet been under : ken against tLo northern forts, DECORATIONS OF GENERAL RIJ1PSON AND MARSHAL TOLI88IKR. Major General AVyndham ix likely to he plvod at th head of a division iu .lie Crimen. The Grand Crog3 of the Bath hnx, it is sal 1, hen conferred on General Simp fon. Mat skill Fcli-sitr lias received the same decora!'>n of tho Queen, ajid his Majesty, the Emperor of tliel'rc :h, has furthor awarded to General Himps n the Grand C. >s of the I.igion of Honor. BOMBARDMENT OF THE NORTH SIDE OK 8BBASTOPGL. lhc allies aie reported to have established 120 m rtars at Nebastopol, with wh'ch it was expected they would soon render the north side untenable. CArU'RE OF A TURKISH CONVOY BY THE iuSSUNS AT KARB. The semi-official Austrian crrc-pondent publi cewsfr. m Constantinople, of tho 27th nit., to the ef ;et that the Russians before Kara had captured a Turkish convey of pi ovisiniis, destined for the garrison, together with 1,000 horses and 300 men. ABOLITION OK THE RESTRICTIONS ON THE IMPORT I TION OF SALT INTO RUSSIA. On the 2d inst. government not;cox were published at Warsaw, under the signature of the Civil Govern" ?, lesrezynski, announcing the abolition of the rcstriclio is on the sale of 'ult. and that purchasers would bo pe mltted to import any quantity, as might suit their c-a venionce. THE CZAR*8 TI81T TOTIIE CRIMEA. Kosi. SJ1BIO, uct. 4,1855. The ft. Petersburg journals announce the return of the Empress from Moscow, and oi the Grand Duchess and their cldldten. Vienna, Oct. 4,1855. A letter from Odessa, of the 30th ult.. says the Cxar fx expec od there on tho 7th Oct. 5'ews Horn China. THE RUSSIAN FLEET IN THE GULF OF TARTARY? ATTACK OF THE BRITISH SniPS?SAILING OF THE ROKRIANS UP THE AMOOll?NUMBER OF THEIR pitirs. Advices from Shanghai to the 3d of August had been received In England:? Her Majesty;, brig Bittern had arrived there on tho ? ' Df Jnly. with Intelligence of the tyisxUn fleet having been ugh ted in the Gulf of Tartary on tlie 20 ih of May, by the British ship syhile, steamer Hornet, and brig I lit' tern. The llm siaus, six in number, and -appo- Oil to be the Aurms, fifty guns; Admiral Pontiatine, steamer Vox toek, storeshlp Menschikoff, two corvettes. and a brigan tine, w. re at anchor in De Castris Bay. lat. 60.30, and, although so superior in force, could not be b-ought to action. I^g 'hols were Ineffectually exchanged, and Comm-slore Elliott then despalclied the il|tf(.rn to Hiko dadi for reinforcerr nN. flic arrived there in live diys when Admiral .Stirling bent -nil- and proceeded north' ward waltirg at the Kt.alts of La iVrnuse. where he was J ireil hv her Majesty s ship par,an. Thirty day* hod clawed before hey reached De Cadrls Hay, an l mean while the Russians had made their escape d irlng a heavy f.g. and were nowheic to be fmiud. it (. -up,, ,S(.d tliey pt8fpn tip to tin- Amoor l.v n drep hut narrow chtnnel I no? marked on the English '-hurt,*. ? i,?.si?. \ ,r? KUioit was despatched wi h a squadron to ihe ea of Oekhotsk ai d Admiral .-titling returned to Hakodali. BATTLE WITH PIRATES BY AMERICAN AND ENOLISH BAILORS. fKrom the Overland China Mail.] I The boats of the Kaltler and Powhatan had a desperate encounter with pirates ncir Kulan on Sntnrday and hid eight seamen and innrin'-s killed, and llftoen or -ixlenn woundct, some of them, it is feared, m irtally. Captain lellowe* 1'ieut. Cran io, nnd other officeis, w ere blown up in a junk, but fortunately were but little hurt. Ten pliate junk- sue taken and destroyed, I)i-< greater por tion of their rrews having been ki??l; and seven prltei liberated, flv? of which belonged to the Eaglet's convov. Mxlc n ' f the smaller pliate Junkx e-raped. The above paragraph i- taken from the ft eordtr'i sliip pirg list, but the subject is worthy of ,, m ,eh more ex teruled nntrre tuan is theis given. last week w-e mentioned that a lor lra and three junks, (it si on hi have been two lorchas and five junks.) under convoy o' the learner lagh-t had been cut off l y pumte', who vllsplsyed such a formidable bravery an-1 oefc mined front that Captain < aldne'i was unafdo Di refcueihrm. snd had to apply t0 Qsptnia Fellowes, .d her Wslesly s shipI Lstlier, for a-,i?tuuee. Tbi- wa re.-., granted and fbe I.sttler, with Captain Cal lwcll on hoard, started for Kultn, no?r which thev sightel Ihe pirates, and followed them ax f?r into tlie bay as the depth of water would Permit. The pirates quite aware of their adsantag.. in light draught, aud .^micious of their ability to resist ?we??sf illy ?nr af'.-mpt that might be made on tlom by the bost< of the -learner, find u few ? srmlesx broadsfdes in defiance an-1 stood In i'iwai'1 KoUn Cipt. FVlIo*w ?b'*r?.ipon r^fiirn?<i to llong K'Pg, and invited the co-operRtion -if the Fnited State* rtearner Powhatan, now in 'hi* h irbor under re pair, when it was determined that the Rattler, with three boata and a hundred officer* and men of the American ?team f rigate, should form the expedition, (feptain GaUi well volunteering the us* of hit* steamer to tow the b inte up the bay. Accordingly the Rattler, with the Kaglet in tow, and the Powhatan'* boat* aatern of her agui.i, left the harbor on Friday atwiut three o'clock, the first lieu tenant (Pigram) "f the Powhatan, with Lieutenant j. nee and hi* murines, taking passage in the Rattler, and the blue jacket* in the raglet. The st-umcr arrived close to kulnn before midnight, tho Kaglet anchoring a couple of cable*' length ia chore of the mun-ot-war. At tlve next morniug the Uuuchee were *et alongside the Rat tler lor the inarinoe, and then, with the Powhatan'* cut ter, and three boat* from the Rattler besides the captain'* gig, mode fast, aatern of the Kuglut, which, evsrything being ready, ateained slowly up the bay. At Kulan ouly ore junk was to be even, and it wu* feared the bird* had tiowu; but Captain Caldwell deacried a lorcha at anchsr at the head of the bay. and steered in that direction, 'lhe lmeta got under weigh, apparently wi'll the inten tion of escaping, when Captain hello wes despatched the Rattler'* pinnace and Powhatan'* cutter to iutercept her and tbe.?e had unfortunately got beyond recall before the pirate licet with their piize.-, numbering In all some thirty-six rail, were observed at anchor in the narrow and shallow j astugu from which the lorcha had started. | As the steamer approached, the junk* hoisted their sails, but without getting onoer weigh, until sovetal Confrere lockets, o Irom tbeEaglet'* quarter-deck by Mr. 1 ite, the gunner, and two murine urllUeryineu fiom the Fattier, and two o* tbiee well directed shots from a at! pounder, fired by Mr. Randall, her chief otiicer, star tied them from their fancied aecuiity; fir up to thu'. time tl.e piiate* bad either not observed tuo boat*, or tin nght th<y would not have the temeriiy to attack them. In this, however, they e on discovered their mis I tale, tor the boats, which had at first made for a narrow neck ot land, bore up for urn) rounde l tho point, and then j fn m lhe deck of the steamer waswitne-sedas hohi an attack aa was ever made in the.e water*. The pirat ? tleet form id a dense mass, ihe larger and lienviir anned junks biingiug up lie rear, every now and then yawing round and toing iheir briad?iites at the boat*, from which, in reply, liny puff* of smoko arose a* the howitzers in their bews discharged their mor" dendly e mtents, the shrap nel bursting oTer the junk*, and making frightful havoc among their crews. Tho boats soon uoared the pirates, lieuteiants Pcgraiu and Rolando, with thelaunche* of the l'owhaian, llrst, by v< Hoys of musketry clearing the deck* of the t 'O laigest, thou boarding and driving ihe pirate* overboard at the point of tho bayonet. '1 hi*, ho a ever, was not done without a hard struggle, for the mi*creant* fought with the fury of despair; but they had of course no chance with the marines and blue jackets. Mean while tho other boat* were fur from Idle, and though Mna'l in comparison with tho launches, performed their share of the work with the utmost gallantry, officers and men vleing with each other for the post of dan ger and of honor, so that live or six more junk* were seen secured. Mr. Jane*, the boatswain of the Rattler, particularly distinguished himself, having, with live seamen and ,i lew muiines in a whale boat dignified with the title of second cutter, boarded and can ied a junk that seemed fully a match for either of the launches. Lieut. I'egrara, in the first launch, was hastening to their assistance, but seeing the bnttl" nearly won, wool 1 not interfere with their well earned laurels, and tutted hi* attention elsewhere. lTie pirate chiefs junk, after heir.g whel'ed by the first launch, was boarded almost simultaneously by her crew and that of the Rat tier's gig, and c'apt, fellowes was fortunate enough to secure the chief's flag. The chiof himself?Fee Afye, a piinci|t;l leader of the tVhampoa ''patriots"?wu* shot by an EngM-h marine, who had jumped on desk from the Powhatan'* launch, and frur women throw them selves overboard, and were drowned. The ammunition on hoard the pirate fleet may he judged of from the fact tha' this junk alone is believed to have nearly one handled kegs of English gunpowder, beside* stinkpots, cartridges and lcose powder. Up to thi ; tunc, only one serious casualty hau happened to the attacking force a young American inmine, named Adamson, baviug i he n shot with a musket hall in the groin; but tw" mher fatal accidents followed in quick succession. Tl.e Rattler's first cutter, in charge of Paymaster Bioivnsdou, ran along side a large junk. Several stinkpot* thrown at them missed, but at last one, hove fn in ihe lalsed poop ol the pirate by a woman with a child -lung to her hack, fell into the boat, and being fol lowed by others, the crew were compelled to jump over board, where two were speared and a third was wounded and drowned, i Ine of ibese, a marine, win. had been wounded by a spear thrust, calloi to hi* comrade to Hive him. and the other be ng an excellent swimmer, got hold of him for tlmt purpose. The Chinese then drew a ma; over them, and the marine, still holding on by his wounded friend, dived below, and came up clear ot the mat; but a* soon a* he wa? observed, several siinkpot ? wore pitched at him, one of which struck him on the hrad, and though not much hurt, he wa* stunned lor a second or two, and lost sight of the man lie had displayed such a determination to save; tho brave fellow'* name is Win. Robinson. Tho other fatal acci dent wu* the bio*ing up < f n junk, which lor a 'ime had ofiered tho most determined resistance to tire gig, in which wero Uap'ain Feilowe* end Assistant Surgeon Wilson, with five men, but which wa* ultimately taken {insscssion of by Lieutenant Rolando and hi- lauucli. ilher a train had been laid to-fore the crew left, or Mime reteimined scoundrel fired the junk, for she Mew up with atremenhus explosion, and both officers and men were hurled Into the water. Three of the men were killed and several Other* fiightfully scorched, oao ol whim died the -aine night, while another i* not expocte I to live; hut the officers inirncnl iu*ly escape 1, though Lieut. Rolando wa* bnrnel and ( apt. Kellowes injured liy the 'allir g spar*. The surviv r* were, however, all pick ed up by .Mr. Craig, master's mate ot tbe l'owhatan, win bad luckily gone into tbe boat the moment before the ex plosion took place. In tlil* junk wa* an immense qu inti ty of treasure, soil to amount to tw i hundred thousand d llais, ant the desperation with which her erew fought may be judged of from the fact that evon after the Auii'iicans gained the deck they were encountered hand to hand. One man made himself particularly cou spicnous, and notwithstiinoing sivoral wounds, continued to thiow stinkpot*; but ultimately he ran below, and is believed to have fiied the train which blew up the vessel. The officer* employed estimate the number of gun* ta ken at 21.0 large and small, and the pirate- at 1.090. 509 of *lu m were killed. I he casualties are as follow*:?Her Mnje-ty's stcumer Rattler. 4 killed aud 7 wounded. LIST OF AMERICANS KILLED AND WOUNDED. Iniled Si emir Powhataa'i lira4.. hiUc.'?Joseph A. Ha hoy, Isaac Cue, and John Pepper. Hi urn'"'? lieutenants digram and Rolando, B. Adam ion, J, Prcnde/gni s. Mullard. II. lluuniiell, P. Walder scbmhlt, J. low'*, IV. Taylor, and C. Tingwell?two of whom have . ince died. Franrr. L? Prr!tt ray* that corn ha* at length reached its maximum price, aud that tbe high quotation* have brought ethers of supply from all quarters. Large arri val* of foreign flour were shortly expected, lhe very ?lay on which the articles nbou* flour app.-nred in the ?Wtuibi'.r a bouse at Havre sent a large order to N'ew Vork. Spain. THE AMERICAN FIL1BU8TKR8 AND SPANISH REVOLU TIONISTS. [Paii* (Fept. 20) Correspondence'of London Times.] It i* stated on gin*! autlu rliy that sum* of money have hern sent to the Carlist* of Catalonia by the filibuster* of llie I nlted Slater, who, It seems, count much on the suc cess ufa rising in Spain, and are confident of being able to tieat with the Count de Munteinolin for the tiansferof Cuba. With reference to American sympathy, an Ameri. can gentleman in I'aiis snys that auong all intelligent American* the feeling Is one, if not of sympathy for tbe alliis. at least of stilct neutrality. Some time he. -k, when Russian prospects appeared far brighter than they now aic, a proposition wa* made to an American gentle man, recently in Paris, to enter the Russian service w'h a high title and jio-iitlon near the person of the Kin pi Th( reply wa*. that too high an estimate was placed u a hi* talents, hut that ?ueh ns they were they were due ? x clusively to his own country and to republican p; a clples. Mnrkete. LONDON MUNET MARKET. London. Oct. 5?P. II.?Consuls, which dosed yestor day at 87Ji, touched thi* morning 87but had receded at the close of the 8tock Kwhango to 8" i., to for mo ney and the 1?tli inst. Money continues easy in lhe Stock kxihange. a', about iljij per cent on government se curities. The official business report is a* follow*:?Thr ? per lent Consols, for money, 87>4, Ja, ditto, for account, 12th October, 87}$, X, }$. A. DKNNI8TOUN AND CO.'H CIRCULAR. Ltvrmvoi, Oct. 6, 1855. CuTTow M/.dkkt.?lhe market i? dull, and prices have further declined ' ,d. per lb., closing heirtly. The sales for the wifk are 40,880 bales, of which 7.4'ib bales are on speculation and for export, leaving 33,390 hales to tlie tinde. The sale* to-day are O.POO bale*. Marks' dull. We quote:? flrtr. M'nUUinq Orleans A%d. 5'?d. Mobiles ?Xd. 6K'L Uplands.... fi'id. 5v,?L A iii. t>mt. 7W47, Imported into this port? Half '. II ile<. Jan. 1 to Oct. 6, 1855 1,335 0.19 1.718,552 '? " 1854 1,444,986 1,777,753 IVcreate thi* year 59,201 Pillvercd for consumption. 1855. 1,348 970 1,618,570 " " " 1881. l.lOfi.LX) l,478,l?JO Increase this year 141,610 Taken for export. 1855 79,910 1.17,3-12 " " 1861 91,140 150.719 Feerea-e this year 13,377 Stocks 1855 302,980 514.250 " 1851 470,010 75ijft59 Decrease thi* year 263,300 lhe export of bullion continuing with little abatement, notwithstanding the late remarkable enhancement In the value of money und advance In the Continental exchanges. It ha* b. en deemed expedient by the Rank of Kngl m I again this week to rai-e to the extent of }$ p?r cent It* talc of discount, which is now therefore 5), tiei cent as i minimum. It is quite evident that iu < ndsavoring to form any opinion on the present course of affair*, we must di?card ftora our minds all rules drawn from the (qeiath ns of commerce in a time of peace, else it is not to be doubted tbat a much le*s stringent course of act,on . n tbe part of thr tank ?oUld haie arre?tod the pr<gro*s of Iherlrsin. But now forced action on the part of fo icign goieinments and foreign nrntcyed institution* has cori e into play. *nd *o long ns it is considered a matter of necessity by them to procure at whatever cost a *up ply of bullfxn, it Is rlenrly impossible to say what ad innre in the interest of money miy ch'-ok their demands on ?.ur lesources. At the -ame time, we eannot but hope ; hat we are approaching the term of these demand*?at h a*t for the pre*rnt. in the mar.fncturing districts has hern nearly su l>?ad(d'-y lhe "trlngeney of Ihe money msrket, but the dtvand for consumption of colonial and other pro duce has hardly been nnected. The Manrhe-ter market was lery qui*' on Tu?s?lay. Vciy little bu*inc-1 was done, hut there wa* no pressure to -ell. Corn MiavFT.?Tbe e >rn market closes quietly hut teadtly at a alight redaction on all ?rti:b??, except old wheat. Western canal superfine flour, new, per bbl., 39a. to tin.; Baltimore and Philadelphia, do. 40*. a 42s.; Ohio, do., 42s. a 44a.; White U. 8. wheat, per 70 lbs., 11a. 9d. a 12s. 3d.; red and mixed do., 11a. 3d. a 11a. 0.1.; yellow and mixed Indian corn, per 480 Iba., 40*.a 40s. 0d. white, do., 46s. a47a. BASING, BROTHER AND CO.*8 CIRCULAR. London, Friday, Oct. 6?5 P. M. Our colonial and foreign produce markets have been quiet this week, with little alteration In prices. Money baa been in increased demand, and the Hank has ruined its minimum rate of discount t<> 6% per cent. Consols leave off 87% for money, and 87% a 87% for the account. Hex lean dollars, is. 0%d. Bar silver, 5s. l%d. Mouth Ame rican doubloons, 75*. 3d. a 76a. American eaglet, 7da. 3%d. a 76s. 4d. Amkhioa.v Mtockb. ?A very trilling business. Prices for the most part nominal. CotaiLNEAU? Little Inquiry. 16 bags Tone rifle black sold at -Is. 2d. a 4s. 3d.; 150 beg* principally bought in. Honduras silver, bs. 8d. a 3a. 3d. Mexican silver, lis. 7d. a 3s. 8d. Cguja.?1 1C0 bug* Trinidad hsve been placed at 14s. to 48s. 6d. I >r gray to flno red. CostTK is steady. 1,667 casks, 440 8bls., 1,150 bags plan tation Cry ion, at auction, nearly ail found buyers at 56s. for tine ord. to 03s. tor low mid. Of 1 U00 bag* native Ceylon about half sold at 51s.; pj iva'.ely 600 bags h ivo fetched 51s. 3d. lib bbl*. Jamaica weutlrom 53s. it 60s. 3,800 bags Costa Rica were partly disposed of ut 66s. for low ord., to 62s. for low mid. The corn market ou Monday was quiet. There was a fair supply of Knglish wheat, which was not all cleared off, though price* were maintained, the average price of last week for Engli-h whout wa? 77*. 3J., on 140,137 quar ters returned; to-day the inaiket was very tirm, and rather diarcr than on Monday. G tton.?The sales of the week reach 600 bales, without charge in prices: yesterday's quotation lor middling Or leans at Liter pool was 6%d. a rtd. Tbe drug sale* have passed off very flatly; 43 bales ja la |> partly nod at 2*. 2d; aloes: 287 gourd* Barbados* Hold from ?6 10s. a ?12 fur good to flue, and 27 canes Cape at Si's. 6d. a 64s. fld.; of 52 bales Jam uca sarsuparilla. a portion fetched 2s. 1<1. a 2s. Hd.; 6'.'5 bags Pegue cutch realized 28*. a 28*. Od.; gambler firm at 19s. a 19s. 6d.; quicksilver, Is. 9d. a Is. 0%d.; Turkey opium, 13s. 9d.; shellac, 48*. a 49*. Bfmp continues without animation. Irdioo?The declaration* for the *alcs on the 0th in stant reach 12,580 chesLs. Irc.n.?The demand for Welsh and Staffordshire is slack. Swedish continues scarce. We quote rail* ?8 a .?8 5s.; bars, ?8 a ?8 6s., fiee on board in Wale*. Ladd.?Miller* have further advanced their prices; for Western, in keg?, eCs. is asked, but nothing lias been done. Ijad,?Deulers aro not open to large orders, even at present prices, which have advanced t >?refined pig, ?26 lis., common ?2510s. lhcre have been no arrivals of 8| anish. I-i.NfKKD?The arrivals of the last week are 8,720 qr.s. all from Calcutta and liimbay. There lias been a lair business in parcel on the spot; best dcsci iption* difficult to boy. B< inbuy, in London.Us realized 80s.; a eargs of GaUtz. for the Continent 77s., cost, freight anl insur ance. In Calcutta seed, 74e. a 74s. 6d., upon floating terms, have been pai l for average shipment*. 1.1V8FED CAKK8 aro of ready sale, at full mice*. Best American in barrels ?13; bags, ?12 10s. a ?12 12s. 60. Una.? Unseen, on the spot, ha* been freely offered, and ha* declined to 43s.; for the early months of next year some sales have b'en made at 44s. fld. liape?Foreign refined on the spot oiler* at 01s. I'd; brown at 59s. 6d. Coacoa nut, ?44 1(R a ?45 lfls. l'alm. ?44 a ?46. Bin:?1.360 bags Bengal at auction were chiady sold from 14*. Cd. a 15*. for mi l.; 16s. fld. a 16*. for good mid. 6.260 Lags Madras found luyers at high prices; mid. to flue CorTnga, 14s. 6d. a 16*. Ri m continues to be inquired for at 2s. 4d. for pale, and 2*. 5d. for brown Leonard* 100 punch*. Mt. Croix have been sold at the former price; and 24J punch*. Pi uai:g have been placeil at 2*. 6d. per gallon. proof. For Salti-liue there Is little demand. 3,300 bag* have been sold ut 36s. for 13 per cent redaction, 28*. for 7 to 8% per c8nt, 42s. Cd. for 4% per cent. Mrtj.iBR.? (he stock on 1st instaut was 3,233 tons, against 4 823 same period last year. !Vo quote cake oil the spot, ?23 15*. a ?2-1; to arrive, ?23 17*. 6d. Si'iiTN.?1 epper: 839 bags I'enang black wore p/qped at 6%d. per 11). 276 hags pimento tvoie half sold; middling to fair 6], d. n 6%vb 8 chest: i'euaug clove* brought 10d. for good quality. Ginger: 85 pkgs. Jamaica sold from 41*. for tmull to 169s. for f*lr bold. 90 case* cassia vera were disposed of fr.-m 20s. for ordinary coarse to 52s, lor fair quality. Svuiin.?Tlio previous price* have boon fully supported; the business done ha* been fair, but *.h? market close-v rallier quiet, holders reinuining firm. At auction, 309 hbds. Ifcu badec* brought 43s. a 47s. Cd.; 100 hlid*. Ji maica, 43s. a 44s. 6d. The sale* of West India for the week amount to 2,580 hlids. Of 12.000 bag* i'enung, two thirds sold nt full price*?I0-. a 48s. for lo 'brown to lino yellow; 13.COO bug* Mauritius were chiefly bought In, about one-thiid being disposed of at 42s. a 42s. fid. for good to fine brown, 43*. for low to 47s. for good grainy yellow; 2,560 bags Bengal were withdrawn, with tbe ex ception of 200. which fetched 40s. ftd. a 47s. 61. f'oivgjod to very liuo yellow; 2,523 bug* I'ernainhuo, at 40*. a 41*. I'd. for brown, 42*. 6-1. a *3*. Od. for yellow; of 500 hhos. Cuba, halt found buyers from 4."s. for middling lo46*. for good yellow. Pi Irately, about 2,000 b ig* uuulayc 1 Ma nila have changed hand* at 37s. 6d. Jea.?Common congou ha* been In good demand, chiefly fir export and 20.000 cheats are said to lvavc been pieced at fid. per lb. lbore continues to be a fair inquiry for ongous above Is. j cr lb. T/liow.?A sudden ri o ha* fnken place, and a largo business has been done. We quote Y. ('. 61;. 6d. a 62s. for the whole of tbe year. 8 tuck on hand 1st Inst., 28,420 casks, against 50.7C6 las', year. Tin.?l'aoea and strrit* (toll, without change in rate*. Diice* of Ft glish have decline J. Block, 123*.; bars, 12-'*.; rcllued Mocks, 127*. Tcih-kxtivk.?960 bbl*. rough h ive been =<>1d nt 9* , an-1 the mat ket is firm Spii its dearer?V ngli-h being quoted 55s., and American, in barrels. .36*. fid. a 37*. TUR LATEST MARKET REPORTS. Liverpool, Saturday, Get. 6?I*. M. The sales of cotton to-day arc estimated at 6,000 bale*, including 1,6C0 on speculation nud for export. 1'riee* were iriegular, and the tendency was downward. The clay's import was 19.100 bales. London, Saturday, Get. 0?Noon. Consols sold this morning at 87% a 87% for money and account. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. nONBT MARKET. Thursday, Oct. 18?6 1'. M. The arrival of the stoam-hip Atlantic, from Liverpool, with seven diys later news, had no particular effect on tbe stock market. At the first board there were large sales of all tbe leading atocka, without material cliingc In prices. Galena, and Chicago was offered more freely this morning than we have before noticed, and the higher closing priees yesterday and the lowest to-i lay show a difference of two per cent. Nearly seven liuudrod rhares were sold, principally for cash. There were small sales of New Jersey Railroad to-day at 125%', and N'ew Haven and Hartford a'. 129 a 130. Michigan Central con tinues active, without any improvement in prices. All the fancies are well maintained. Stockholders in Nica ragua Transit are anxiously looking for the detailed re port promised at the recent meeting, of earnings and expenditnrcs of the lino during the last fiscal year. Beading has not varied more than a fraction for the past week or two. The bears are largely short of thi* stock, and If there is any truth in the reported quantity on the market, they will find it difficult to provide for their shorts at anything like present prices. After the adjournment of the board, the following sales of bonds and stocks were made at auction by A. II. N'ico lay:? 81,000 New Orleans Cifv 6's, 1892 Int. a lded 80 6,000 Terrc Haute & Alton Rff. 2d mort. do. 77?, 12,0(0 Chicago A Miss. KU. 10's do. 75% 6.060 Galena & Chicago I nion KR. 1st m do. 96 4,000 Sacramento City 8's, 1865 do. 64 10,006 6leve'aud 3. Toledo KK. incomes.. do.86%a86% 4,6(0 Chicago A Rock Island KB. 1st in.. do.96%a9o 6,(00 Atlas Mutual Insurance Scrip, 1851 24*25% 500 Atlantic Mutual Insurance Scrip, 1854 87 475 promissory note, Donnelly A Itugcij 850 5C0 sbaies (ihio & Mississippi IUt. Eastern division.. 8 5 do. St. Nicholas Bank 98 9 do. do. 07% 60 do. North Riicr lire Insure me Company... .140 26 do. 1 eter Coojer Fire Insurance Company... 83% 25 do. do. do. do ... 86% 5 do. Ijiiarge Insurance C?m|>any 74% 50 do. National Insurance Company, Jersey City 85% 160 do. Mechanics' Fire Insurance Company. .71*72 Simeon Draper's regular remi-weekly sale of bond* and stocks will take place at the Merchants' Exchange to moi row, at 12% o'clock. At the second board there was s stron.rer market for t< me stocks. Ctimb.-il.nid Gial advanced |>er cent; File Chicago and Rock Island declined % per Cent. Galena and Chicago closed at prices ruiront In the morn ing; most of the sales of this too lay were made by one br< ker. who ia slill a large holder. I'arties who can make a large profit are undoubtedly realizing, end per haps they are wise in so doing, hut in our opinion pre sent prices are nothing for such a stock. Tho Assistant Treasurer reports to-day a* Pillow* :? I'aivl on Trcasuiy account 844,835 27 Received do. 74,368 21 Balance do. 6,750,666 43 I aid fur Assay office 283,074 99 haul on disbursing cheeks 54,016 62 The warrants entered at the Treasury Department on the 16th in?t. were as follows:? For tho Treasury Departmrnt 83.603 .36 For the Interior Department 5,134 92 For the Customs 7,934 60 War wari ant* received and entered 232,791 81 War repay warrants received and entered 24,274 81 Fiom customs.. .3,884 68 The steamship Atlantie, at this port from Liverpool, brings l/indnn dates to the 6th inst., inclusive, which is seven days later than the previous -teamer. The intelli gence is Interesting end Important. The principal fea ture in tbe financial adiices is another advance ia the rate of Interest by the Bank of England. The rate is now fire and a half per cent. In neiation to thi* move ment the London Times of the 6th say*:? Money was abundant to-day, hoth In the Stock Fjc charge and out of doors: *nd. but for the movement of (he bank yesterday, and the uncertainty as to the pre ceding* <f the Bonk of France, the iate* of discount would bare been easier. i The discount broken have (Iron notioe of an advance - in their rate* of allowance fur money. Yesterday week they were ttxed at 4 per cent for loans at call, and 4% pee cent for deposits, with a week's notioe. la both cases the rate will now be 4% per rent. The advices from Paria this afternoon mention that th?* Bank of Prance, in addition to the measures adopted yes- > trrday, have imposed new limitations on the amount of their advances ?n storks and shares. Henceforth only tiO per cent of their value is to be advanced on rentes, instead of 70 per cent, while on railnav bonds and shares it is to be 40 per cent, instead of, aa heretofore, 00 pec cent on bonds, and 50 per cent on shares. It is understood tlia.. notwithstanding thoplans adopt ed by the Bank of Prance for obtaining g"M, their sup ply, which was euuai lust month to ?11.600.000, hat) now fallen below?10,000.000. Thii result might have been apprehended. 'Ibey Imvo attracted bills on l-ondou from other oities, and hate thus rendered all their exchange* less favorable, while at Ute same time a degree of distrust has probably bern excited by which the tendency tit hoarding has been stimulated. The bank returns for the week ending t-'ept. 20, coin pated with those for tho week previous, show a deoreaca of $245,683 in the public deposits; of ?373,041 in the go vernment securities; of ?1,091,246 in the notes unem ployed, and of ?329.' 70 in the bullion in both depart ments. The private deposits had incrtia-ed ?171,078; the rest ?12,'J18; the priva o securities ?1,406,486, and the notes in circulation ?704,26". lire closing quotations tor conrols ou Friday, the 5ti| inst., were 67%. On the Saturday previous 88% was thu closing rate. The l.ondon circular of E. F. Sattertlrwai'e has the fol lowing iD relation to American securities:? There has not been much business Id American securi ties during the past week. Illinois Central bonds hava been pressed on the market at lower rates, but were tak en up lor investment, by strong buyers. Wc note sale.* of the shares from 6 to 4 di-count. Michigan 8 per centt bonds have also been more freely offered. New 1 ork ami Erie third mortgage, I ennsylvani a first mortgage, and New York Central 6 and 7 per cent bonds, have been dealt in to a small extent nt formor rates, and closet steady. We have sellers of Erie Sinking Fund, and Ohio aud Pennsylvania income bonds, but there is no demand for them at present. The market for our great staple products were dull, and quotations ruled a f action lower. Cottou was par ticularly heavy and bieudstaffs were in moderate demand-' Provisions were not active, but holders were Arm at higher prices. A lingo failure In London is reported. Stock Eiehuiije, fur what, Oct. 18, 1855. $100001ndState5's.-3 82% 134 aha Erie KH. ..s8 65% ltOtJO do b3 82% 100 do 55j2 tOCO Missouri 6's... 90 300 do b'10 56 , 56000 do *60 90 300 do s60 56 5060 Louisiana fi's.. 93% 111 do s3 56% 2000 Tenn 6's, '00.<3 On '200 do b')0 56 16COOVirginia 6's.bfiO 97% 200 do b3 55% 1000 KrieCon bus,>71 8u% 000 do b?0 56% 10(0 HudR 1st Muds 100% 50 do bl5 55% 1 2C00 Hud It 2d M bda Or 40 NH 4 Hart ford RR 129 38COO 111 Cen RR bds. 80% 10 do 1*10 fCOO do twk 80% 8 Hudson River RK 37% 15COO do si0 ?? % 200 Heading RR...b3 04% 5(00 do... . si.O 8 % 200 do bCO 95 8060 do 1) 0 80% 100 do bOO 95' 5000 IllFr bds,wp.s'i 8. % 200 do b3 94' 5000 do ..SO 83 COO do s3 94 >/?, 5f00 N Y Can 6's... 90% 50 Michigan CRR.b3 100 600 N* Y Cen 7's.. . 10 % 100 do bflO 100^31 2000 Erie 2d M bds.-3 96 200 do 030 100 ,1 15 eh* Bk of Comra'e 100 50 do OO'/'l 6 Del &H Canal..: . V 5 100 do .. *30 99 1 100 do s!I0 115 300 do b&0 100 30 Ocean Hank.... 03 66 50 Panama KH.. .08 105 10 Metropolitan Bk. 109 150 1U Can RR s30 06 50 Cunton Company. 26% 600 do 05 COO do s30 56% 100 ClevWitts R.s60 64 250 do 26;, 420 Uulena 4 t-'hio RR 124 ."00 do 20 100 do 060 125 100 do sCO 20 105 do 123%; I 6(0 N'ic Transit...030 18% 25 do * 300 do 860 18 % 60 do 700 do c 18% 126 do 03 3C0 do bCO 18% 50 do 1)30 123 300 do c 18% 300 Clev 4 Tol RR... 83%9i 100 do stO 18% 600 do 060 83%" 200 Cumb Coul.... 015 27 % 100 do 030 83>? . 450 do i3 27% 106 Chic 4 K IK..-3 94%*1 2(0 do -30 27% 250 do sttO 94}?1 HO do liSO 57% 12Xew Jer.tey KR.. 125%/f 60 do 1.60 27% 8ECOND BOARD. $15000 Ind Stir to 8%.. 8 % 5.00 shs. Erio RR. ,b60 66% 2000 Virginia O's.t.3 97% 10J do b3 68 10000 do bi 0 97% 400 do <1 65% J 1800 lllCen RR bds 80% 400 do s60 65'jfT 660 slis Cumb Coal Co 2.% lti Galena & Chic KR 123 50 N|i- Trans t'o.h; 0 18 % 134 do 122>? I 5,00 Clev & Toledo Kit $8% 20$Reading UK...M Olvl 200 do bii'J 83% 50 I anama RK. ..?3 105 13 I'enn Coal Co.... 1(0% 25 111 Central KR... 95 7:8 Erie RR 55% 9.) 200 do I>7 60 11 MichS4N iudConst 95 200 do b3 50 lOOChi&Rk lid KU.b3 91V 60 do >8 50 CITY TRADE REPORT. Tin USDAY, Oct. 18?6 P. M. AfVTr cmall sales rfpots at 6%., of pea Is at 7%. 1'imt.; rrrvB Flour?Common grades were easier J while other desctiptions were unchanged. Tho market.,' owver, was tolemh'y active, with sales of about 10.00(1 a 11 liCO bbls.. Including (omtnon to extra State at $tfl 211, a $8 We-tern mixed fancy and extra bramls at| $8 37 a $8 75. A smalt lot of 200 bbls. extra HL Louis -old for city family u-n nt $11 26. There was a good de maud also for farcy and extra brands of Ohio. Canadian L ?7<0 W is. were sold nt $8 60 a $9 87% f >r the whol/l range. Southern wa. in moderate request, with sales i.lI 7(0 a 800 Mis. at pri- or langing from $8 87% a $10 50.1 "TVi eat was in bi tter supply and heavy, anil -ales cout.P| only be effected to any extent by some concersion in " prices. Tho transactions footed up about lG.Oui n 18,0(0 bushel* in lots, including hand-erne Ten , cessee red nt $1 "0 a $1 t'8. anil amber colore. nt 82 a $2 03: southern at $2 12% a $2 18%. Then were sellers of Southern white, without pur - chasers. A let ? f 2,(>00 bushels Canadtin white aol.l ht-l $2 12, though na high as $2 25 was ticked for a aupeiloul anil hsndaoine i|uality. Western spring red and wintegl n ixed were at $1 80 a $1 00. Corn?Tho sales embrace. >| about 30.000 n 40,00(1 tiustiels at 03c. a 04''. Rye w.t ' stonily, with sale- of ptimo Northern at $1 30 a $1 32 1 Southern wan at $1 25. Hats were tirm, with sales i 4?'c. a 50c. tor Stilt., and Chicago. Cotui:.?The sales were light, being conflnoil to 300 s 400 lings Rio at lie. all % r.; 100 do. Marncsibn. at 10%c - n 11c.: 160 do. St. Donitiigo, at 9%c., and 200 mataJavu at 14%c. Cotton.?The market was unsettled bv tho news, am no sales made w hich afforded any iudicall-in of prices. J.i hoots.?Rates were unchanged, but loan active. Tn Liverpool, ship owners demanded 12d. for grain and 4s f. r Hour, nnd 400 a 600 hales of cotton were engaged a %d. Bates to Lvndon continued tlrui. To Havre, fhiu was going forward at $1; cotton at lc.: and grain at 25c per bushel. A Vessel was chartered to loid at savannah for Liverpool, with cotton, at %d. To Uretnen, 300 bbls werc engaged at 4*., and boxes of dry good-at 35s. pc tin, nra 200 hags pimento at %d. To Calif irnia, rate wne without change. I'm rr.?The cargo of new raisins, about 8.000 boxes, i to lie sold by auction. It embraces about 2,300 layers 400 M. H.'s. 500 half boxes, and 1,000 quarters. Hay.?The market was steady, with sales at 70c. a 75c for shipment, and $1 for city use. J F-n? ,small 'ties ot fmeign wcic made, including 1 h ns Ki gligh at C%c., and 36 do Spanish, in bond, for ex port, at 6%c. Mm iM.-vs ?60 bbU. New Oi leans lyrup wore sold at 38c Naval Ftosw ?About 600 bbls. spiri's turpentine wci sold, in merchantable nnd shipping order, at 44%c. a 45c. and 200 bbls. rosin at $1 70 per 310 lbs., delivered. ITtovinoNS.?I'ork?the sties embraced about 800 i 700 bids., including new mess at $23 a $23 25. chiefly a the foimcr figure. Reef was without change; Mies c 100 a 2C0 bbls. weie madein lots at $11 50 a $12 for prime and $13 a $14 for mej-. Repacked Western was at $1< 75 a $17 60 nskul. 2,01:0 l-eef ham* wero offered at $10 without finding a purchaser. Bacon nod cut moats on of market. Iain'?sale* of 200 a 300 bbls. were made a 11 %e. a 12c., cliledy at ll%c. a ll%c. Bn 250 tierces Candida were sold at 4,%c- a 5%c and -ales of 3(0 hags I'atua were made in bond at p. t. Snrw.?5 case* r.ntmrgn were sold at 92%c. M OD".?sales of t iiba muscovados footed up ^abou 1,500 a 1 600 Mid.- , 1,(0/ oi which was lor redoing, an ranged from 6%c. a 7c.. and the remainder sold, part oi piivatc tc-rns ?nd at 7c. a 7%c.. and 800 boxes for retin ing brought 7%c. fan.?Sales o f 60 sucks of Ashtoa's aud 900 do. coarse were made at p. t. Whiskkt wa- steady, w ilh sates of about 600 bbls. Ohi' nnd state prison mare at 49%e. a 41 %c. HOTELS. TAXCHANOI RHADK8 QOTRL, NO. 7 MERCER STRKB1 JTi ?Board ar.d l.-dfiing on ibe i uropcao plan.?A lady an grntlcinnn may I ? aecno mndatrd with a moat excellent roon well furnished; rtnglc grnilaincn may also 4nd rincomuyb tiou. A club room to let two r.lghls In each week. SmB ihop?, rarebits, poa- lid eggs, cold cute, Ac.; ho: jointsila( trim 1 to 3 P. M. Apuly si above. THE C01XTN8 HOTEf., FOOT CANAL STREET, WIT. let to pennsnent or ti snstent boarders, suks of parlora t single rooma. on ni?i.l n a-onable lerma. The location 1* a d. slrab:e one, fronilnt if c rtver. with a full view of thn kartioi unit ci nrenleutiet tl pr.r:si4 Ikectiy. kae snlua Iron) three t live rocmn. TAi.LMAN A M A l*K8, ProprleiorH. F Y PRESSES. TAR REM AN A CO.'8 RXPKEMH FOR CALIFORNIA J Oregon, Paodwlfh Islands, and West Coast of Hotilli Am rt -a. will be despntcuril per l lil'rd Hiaios rni-JI -*a?mer Kn p <$?}'. via IVn. r. i. -i. ra-ur-lsy, (n t. 2.1, im 2 o'c.okk I V.. In charge ofa ip-etal mesaen*rr. Frelah: re- -tr<d um 12 o'r.nek on day of tall-ng: sauail paokva-> and lettara tl 1 I' M. tlurncxi exprc s vf* Nlcaraaiis will go lorward ps ? testner Northern Light,on Wrdnea<lsv. Oct 14. a' Ao'clo P. M. Kit I. Ell tN A CO. Ml Broadway T>AflFIC KXTRFP^ COMPANY FOR CALIFORNIA I Office 124 Broadway - tlur nail regular cxprc-a will le?\ en f-nturdvy. I lie yndi of October, per rieamer Empire t.lly, I charge of a apeetil mcss?-ngcr. Freigb' and '-s 'i:*l? taken ' il.e loarcat rates. Forty d?y freight, (wlghliiT 21 j -nm-l - ike ruble fooi,) a' IP', c.-D'a per pound. Our arrancements n the Irthnms are now | erfer- Our regular irroa-, vts Nle ruins, will leave on the iOh Oc'obtr In chano a sp~ : rneasenger. W W. If. If Af.L, Agem FIRAITIRK. / ? OTTA'lE AN7> I AN V FI RNIT1 HE WARFnOOM A at No. AM Broadway. onpnalM ibe sU. M-.ho'aa Mntal MATBEWH a KTaCY ? Uer for mla Ibe most ex eualve asaor tr.snt of fancy, cofaae, en un* led and Fren )? foinl'ure in ih I'r-lted giales.'sl redo- e I price*, avery vs. le v nl uut'Irns-e palllarica. pillows, bnl* ar*. Ac., at m*liiilsi.tursr'- price*. FTKl?in'Rv_pipTTF8 HATING FATtT OR AL her inrwlmre carp- * mlrrora, pia:ui(m:e* UeMin Ac , lr good neiler vrd in- -tlnm c'ssa, can hear o( a ea<h e-t by addiestiu,' A A. i ti. eai Itepurllr Dining Kalom 116 Fal"?i at.

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