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WHOLE NO. 8220.
Arrival of the Enropa with One Day
Later News.
lie Efforts or England and France
to Preserve Peace*
Ink'iK'dinte Convocation of the
Paris Conference.
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Austria to Withdraw from
Central Italy.
Ac., Ac., &c.
,ttM' Ccnard nteamship Ewr^nu, Captain Leitcli, which ,
MtOliverpool *o SuturJay, the 19th of February, at 11:30
k? the snorning, reached this pori at three o'clock yesterday
The bows is cnJv one day later .than that received by
the Jura., but tho Ktropa boa brought our European letter*
and ft.ee, with lbs latest telegraphic reports from the
* Continent.
Jt was etafced that aocuncll of war,. sompoeod of four or
of the OM*at distinguished genertis m the Austrian
?Miy, had bee*formed.
^tla tonfirmod that Austna had rxpr-ee^cl willingness
tfi1"'' a cor.ccsausn to pubvc opinion, and to coaso to
give ,#Wwt t0 ttt system cf misrule which prevails in
The Viem ',*?lOW08f0ttdent ?r ^ Londqn timet, writing
on the 16th 0l*4***ry,sw. n.ro
or fnnr Hi. '* HI* ?ntormatton was received from
.?, . ? ? <fc*iw at to tie intention cf the KmLi^
Taol H vMmot U wturtrriting suddenly U>
tZZ ^ i* lo u placed on a mmt flatItQJIl
thill thC A U8lf Xdfb A) . ^ jo an ??> fU'llont tint f\rvO fHiH
ing. The military organizing ZSZ, ?7> en
can be fully prepared for 1 a montfl or
six weeks.
The game authority says it is eviden.' 8 Blorm 'H
brewing, and that the aim of Russia and '* to re
doce Austria to the same level as Turkey.
Colonel Cypriani (a Florentine), despatched fr.'>nl ?11"
cbarest by Alexander I. (Couza), as Euvoy to the Frc1"0*1
court, was received in audience by Napoleon III. on tbe
18 th ultimo.
The British army estimates had been published. There is
to l>e a rC'Inotion in the home and colonial establishments
of about 7,600 men, and an increasu in India of 14,000
men. The total amount required is Jt 11,663,000, being a
decrease of about ?10,000 upon last year. T io wbo^e imj-'ciial
tone will be 220,000 men, of whom 10fl,000 constitute
the In (Man establishment. Tbo reduction in the
army at home was considered indicative of tho British
government's faith In the maintenance of poace.
There were rumors or changes in tue ncroy uaoineu
It was Stiiu that the I>ord Chancellor will soon retire and
umiortakc tbc chief barontthip or tho exchequer?Lord
Kwgsdewn or Mi'. Cairns succeeding to tbe woolsack; that
Sonera) l'eel will res'gn tbe war secretaryship; and that
Eir E. B. I.jtlim will bo succeeded in tho colonial department
by Mr. Gladstone?(.ytton being raised to the
In the Mouse of Comtr.ons, Mr. Be&dl&m gave notice
that he slould shortly move a resolution that no new constitution
should be granted to the Ionian Islands until that
Euuso had first had an opportunity or pronouncing an opi?lon
open it.
In tho Honoe or Common?, on tb?* 15'b uMnio, Lord
Clarence la got atked what were tbr Intentions ot' tho government
in regard to guarantees or subsidies totolegraph
companies having Tor their objm communication with
Art? lieu and other dependencies. Tho Chancellor of tho
Exchequer said the principles that the novernmout havo
adopted with regard to granting suhsi'lic? or ? mantees t >
ihJ 0| tnj kind referred to by tho noble ur<d
(rallant ofllccr, is this?not to grant unconditional gu ar an
ti ts. In the Commons, on the 10th ultimo, the Ati inti.;
Telegraph Company's bill was withdrawn, but lcive was
given to bring in another bill to alter ami am:nd the acts
relating to tie Atlantic Telegraph Company, and to anaolo
tbe company to raise additional capital and for othei
The Iiondon lima of the ICth ultimo contains a very
strong article on tho war question, a?ain asserting England's
neutrality and ob.scrvance of treaty righte, and
advieii'g Sardinia or tie dangers or her policy.
The I<ondon J'ost of the 18th ultimo denounces our political
morality, on the ground that Mr. Jefferson Pavls, an it
asserts, lately stated that a European war would be for
tu to obtain Cuba.
The Czar hail issued a ultase defining a system of
government for the settlement oa the Ainaor river.
Mr. Edward A, Hopkins writes to the I/milon Chronicle
to vindication of his relations towards Paraguay, and
<cnt?s the statements made in December last of Mr. G. K.
* Moure, an Englishman, serving in the fleet of I?opt:z.
The Neapolitan exiles continued at Cadiz on the l"th
A notice in the Jx>ndon Gcuctte declares the port of Vic
toria, in Vancouver's Island, the port of entry of British
Columbia, until arrangements have been inile to collect
duty on Vrasor river.
The screw steamship Etna arrived at Southampton on
tte forenoon of the 18th of February.
Our Pari* Correspondence.
Paris, Feb. 17,1859.
Ihe Threatened War in Europe?Girardin't PamphletSlight
difficulty between the Emperor and J'rince Xt'po
Icon?Personal Appearance of the Sardinian Princess
Ckthilde?Old Jerome Bonaparte?Grand Hall at the
llctel de Villt?The Drett of Clothille?The War Que*i
Hon Again?Troops Returning from Algiers?The, Il'arn
my to the J'retM?Splendid Ball in Honor of WiMitgton?American
t>?. English Women in Paris, <ft.
My last recorded a more pacific state of the political
barometer, tho ciact reason* for which, bowevor, appeared
to mc very difficult t\) a*Bign. nor bad I any great confidence
In its duration. The wind, Indeed, very soon
chnngcd, nnd the horizon scorns quite as ;:loowy as ever.
All securities remain depressed. Trade la In a perfect
etatc of ttagnation. The military apeak of war as ccrtala,
and the bsurgtoirte begin to believe It more than possible.
M. (iirardio'a pamphlet, crotcbetty paradoxical and tui
gexerii aa it la, has certainly done nothing to clcar away
the mist which envelops the future. The former editor of
the Prettr. represent* a vast a notion of the Trench mind,
and his strange speculations, stamped with bis authority,
constitute no mean feature in the existing political phieo.
That bo should cay anything In dlaparutfemont of tho
Sardinian policy Just now, known as bo Is tho sworn Intimate
and political counsellor of Prince Napoleon, is not a
little strange; but that be, a member of tho Peai:oful Oon*reea,
should talk of France and Russia tearing up the
treaties of Vienna,and, for the benufltof mankind, dividing
the world between them?England nobly setting the
example by disinuitlins Gibraltar, Malta, Oorfu, Aden
aad Perim?Is still more strange and paradoxical.
M. Emile dc Cirardln, In fact, Ir of opinion, with regard to
France? as was the Creot Duke of .Wellington with reg.ir 1
to fogland?that she oqght to have no 4 little warthat
an Italian campaign would prove sucb. If war It must bo,
let It be after tho programme sketched In let Meet A*a;?lecnnet,
and be for the revenge of Waterloo, &c., to, Th i
* result of it all being that M. Elnillo has no objection, in
spite of his peaceful principles, to have a war.
It is said that there Is a rent In the Imperial Cabinet, and
that Fould, Walewskl and another will disappear from It
It Is Ukewico said that the Emperor haa already bad some
harp altercation with hii cousin, Prince Napoleon, not
only on the speccb mado at Genoa by the latter, baton
the very positive language held by blm to the cabinet at
Turin. ' You have pledged me beyond your Instruction!,
my cousin," waa tho Emperor'a observation on the morning
of tho la?t prelected ball at tho Tullerlos. Where
upon his cousin few Into a towering pension, iu><I at 0
, o'clock P. M. a manage came from the Palais Koyal to ?iy
that none of thi Jerome parly would honor the palace
with their company. Tho Emperor doclarod himself so
rut of heart and rpirlts altogether that he, too, could not
face his liege*, and therefore the Empress alone war proient
to do the honoTF. Another version of the atory Is, that the
Sfcnpcror, ia cont ?pience ef Ibc return of his "iu?l mala
dy to Lib leg, Ua*l applied a blister, and, when ruliug m
the morning, contrived to rub It, and that, although
dressed for the ball, the pain he Buffered woo to great that
it was impossible far him to bo present.
Great disappointment was of coarse felt at the absence
of the Prinoesa (lothilde. Tha Impression her Imperial
Highness made at the opening of the Chambers was sum
ciently in her favor -to excite more than ordinary curio,
sity. Her youthful years?and, after all, youth is beauty's
greatest charm?ctood tba blaze of sunlight bettor
than the Empress, for whom the gorgeous salon and tho
midnight chandelier are better suited. Then began to
rave about her Titian hair, her Italian complexion, fair
as a Georgian's and velvety as Ansonia's most favored
child; but further experience has ascertained that the
yourg Princess has really no pretensions whatever to
the palm of beauty beyond her youthfutoess. Her profile
is bad, and her figure is yet a mere angular skeleton.
Tho geueral expression of her features is rather disagreeable,
and her salutation stiff and free from
grace. It appears that she has be on brought
up In the most childlike seclusion, and that
of tho world into which she is thus suddenly
launched Hbe lias not tho remotest conception.
<lin iti enirt In ho nf fi itavnut turn nf miml-IUlft ft. I
in proccfl of erection m Hie PalilB Hoyal, near lier prl
vate chamber. As yet old Jcromo Is her chaperon in visit
irg the beauties of Paris, and has, indeed, specially taken
lier under Ms charge. It ie also s?ld Uiat tho venerable
If an i ere made a point of Uic Uraporor and Kmpross going
down to Foutuiueblcau to rtcei\ e bis son and daughter-illlaw,
but that the Fin per or'k Cabinet represented tUat such
a condescension was entirely infra tlig.
It in diflkult tr, avoid feeling tome compassion for the
Ktnperor in lite relations with his undo aud his family. It
wart but yettterday that this same uncle, itadnr favor of
Lowia Philippe, was living in very li'imble lodgings in the
Cbareps Klysi ?s, a pensioner of tho King of Wurlemborg,
whos-i staler be had married. No man was more per I'cotiy
bankrupt in purse and character thau the ex King,
liis tto'its of hoiior were sever paid. His gambling transactions
were so contemptible that ho condeacendod to the
lawettt ai ts, and his relatione with the other sax wore
Umec of ? debauchee of the vilest order. Suddenly, by no
BK*1t or x< hi uie of l>is own, he has become a fly Inambcr.
Palmes, rotinu?s, equijxtpes and countless wealth
piirromul hid; #od for tho generous hand thai Las conjured
up r.uch a ft-itb of roses for his declining years he
ban noi.ght but twrs, exorl/tftut demands and ingratitude.
J'rhice Napoleon, his son, is a grossly injured man if he
dote not greatly resemble his sire lu all things. Turn,
v.terever you will, you hear but tho so.mo story. Tins
w ill account for the coolnofcB of ni.<< reception on Monday
last, when, together with his bride, he was invited to a
ball at tho Hotel de V'illc, Biicii boing the grand oivio
honor which the municipalities bfcsWjr on a!i the great
princes and potentates of the epoch.
Tbo I'rinccES t'lothilde was dressed in a rose colored
silk, f hot with gold, with (lowers in her hair, Ave rows ot
pearls on ber ncck, and a lino of large diamonds and omortlds
edging tho upper part or her corrcgo. Th it magnl
fluent edifice, the Hotel de Viiie, with Its gorgeous rooms,
ail redolent of crimson and gold, was converted into a
palace of the faries, lluwers and fountains, paintings 1
Ei'dstatuary, mirrors, Gobbelin tapeetry and silkon fan- 1
tculls rrt In cold, wociDg the guest at every turn. The
*oung imperial bride eurveyed all with tho calm of an
iu'dlan* who flcds herself for the first time confronted with
civMizalion. Tlift quadrille wus thus formed: the Princess
Clotbilde aud Barou Haaspman; tho Profet of the Seine and
host of the Hotel do Ville: Princes* Mathlld? and B-ir?n
ITul n?r. tie Austrian ambassador: Princess Anna Murat
and M. Helangle, Mlciiter of the Interior; tb<? .larquiso
Villa M;irina and the t'urdinian Minister. InusC 1"1
Quail ilk ihs !& SI. l>cluigl?,
and Prince Norolccn with Madame H tassnian.
While making the tour of tbo rooms pbe walked by the
side of the Pririeeps Mathilde, but it was observed that 1
Pi into Napoleon at no t-me gave her bis hand or arm. '
mo party, wmcn reir.nmeei auoui iwo onura, luuiira oo- >
foru leaving, to cn.fl a coup d'n'l orur tho raignlllcent ?
building?unequalled, in fact, in Europe?ar.J admire the '
beautiful borsesboo Btaircaf c in the court of Louin XIV., 1
w ith its statues of white maib'.c and If# Ions rangoof pearl- '
like lamps rimu'ng up the sides. Tho assemblage was
estimated ut something like 8,000. 1
'..ertaiu jtux tiem<l* were let off sub rota al tho 1
Prince's expense. 11 t'altir <i la Sardai/ne is one. Tho
verb t'ollicr meaning to defll?ig t'oJfic moans ally In topelf.
The marriage la termed that of tho mnjuerau aui
tbe sardine?tbe term n^niuerau bavin?, I belieive, soma
invidious signification as v *>11 as that of mackerel. Tbo
lOirii/url of lion plon ic. ( banned no;v to crain jil/m?Implying
tnc Princes' fear of lead. When tho King of Sardinia
informed his youthful daughter that lie ha I betrothed her
to Napoleon, a Krcrch Prince, it it. slyly Obaorvetl that, to
l.er teninik that she should have profurred a husband of
her own country, ' Cepeutltnl, m% ch$,r," tho Kir>g replied,
"v.ut in uurrz un Stivoyr4." The term Savoyard,
fu nt the organ grinding, monkey-carrying habits ef the
people, beii.r; syn^nimous with "Adven'ujer."
a word ri.oro ou the war quest'on. it is clearthat
nothing In the way of campaigning can bo dono before
Apiil, former experience having r.tni .metrated the ititility
of winter operations in Italy. In t >e meantime, there I
> r?i>le spice for talking, and it is tho special concession
wh'cli every country feels it imperative to make to public
pinion (o proleat )'.? nrxlcty for [? ce. Austria, despit'
the memory of other -ays, will prove no mean antagonis
gainst France ami Eardiuia combined. LomVardy, ho
?;arliEjr posse ssion, ie splendidly defended both by naturo
ntid art. Tbcrc nre the Alps forming a protecting rani nr.
whence flow numerous rivers cutting tin country from
rorth to south, constituting to many 1 nes of defence
f ortress: s, and railways traversing I.oml" dy In al! he
Icnjitti irern west to eas\ and from Mian to Vcnlie
enaole trooj*, ammunition au.1 st>io3 to bo conveyed
with jupidity to tho very frontier of Piedmont. Austria
is quietly reposing on htr arms. Bho knows t'uai Piednicnt
Is s-lmply waiting tor a pre-tort to bring on the w ar.
fl or policy hae over been to seek alliance-- and congresses,
and while straining ? very nerve to be prepared for the
orelcal o! battle, she v.ill display thfl docility of the limb
in placing herself in llie hands of friends an ! mediators
the knows full well tbo'altered state of public opinion in
England towards Louis NapoleoD. and tho advantages she
may derivo from it. It would not, therefore, surprise mo
if her apparent spirit of concession wore not soon to
acquire for her in that country a character of injured
innocence. Ou the [art of this country there is somu talk
of a Menifee to being addressed to ell Baropean Powers
to the tune of ??not fearing war, but intense nr.xieff fe*
peace." Tho Emperor is indeed especially desirous of ke.rp
ing up liis part of tho nijctery, and yesterday tho Prate
itwivcu a n .11 mug ur .1 iuiiu uiwm JK' I mur,
the burden of k which is "To arms, to arms!" oa the
prccnd that M. 1 .coty.cn le Ihic'r remarks tur l-t coisr
Jtalievnc wag calculated to trouble men's minds with un
rounded apprcnsionF. But every day furnishes Instance*
of renewed wurlike preparations. Fresh troops are con
tinually arriving at Marseilles Irom Algiers. The arsemls
are at work night and dny, and the fn!;b of all men con
nccii'd with either military service is strong as Holy Y.'rit
in an impending conflagration.
It Is rumored that M. Charles I.afitto the barker, and
two frglibb bouiies, are about to uudcrtiko the PicdiuuQtese
firn. Angenoust, commanding the subdivisions of the
Var and the Rasr ts Alps, has been placed on the reserve
Met, and Is succeeded by Gen. l<e Rouxeau Itosenco&t,
commanding the subdivision of tho rtnisterre.
The decree relative to the extension or Paris appears to
have put building speculators on tho mix rive A company,
it is said, lias been already formed for the purchase
ami building on a large tract of laud composing th" Cheniin
do Ronde, the octroi and all, and a part of the
outer Boulevards. On this space as many as 15,000
houtos can bo built, which would immediately bo Inhabi
ted.wl servo enormously to rcducc tho prcsout high
r< nte of the capital.
The Ilotel de Vllle was In some danger yesterday. A
Ore broke out in the cellar of tho |Oour I/mis XIV., in
which a calorifere was placed. Tfic sparks communi
catcd to eomo shavingr, and unless timely aid bad arrived
tho consequcnces might have proved serious. X ought to
have mentioned that at the bail given In honor of the marriage
of 1'rince Nujoloon and Princess Cloth ildo all the
principal Americans in Paris were present.
me Dnn wmoti IB 10 on given on uie zzn. in nonor 01
the birth ol Wellington, and for which tne ticket* are
thirty fr?;ics, is receiving so rnnny adherents that one of
tbc mofcl bnlllant meetings of the season will probably
be the result. American beauty is Intensely admirod
here, much moro than thoao of the Kngliali. With all
tbatcbnrm of complexion which the kindred nations possess
in common, the ladies of the ,United State* undoubtclHf
excel their cousins of the Old Cmntry In the
art* of the toilette. Indeed, It la quite impobHible to distinguish
them frcm French women, whereas, with reup^t
to the Fngllsb, the distinction Is very marked. Independent
of tills, their manners and conversation have less
ef that purely domestic chaructcr proper to tho English.
It would reem as if the tares of iho m nage ate into tuo
very tool of British ladies, for whom every other suhj.ct,
except the one connected, aa tho t rench say, with the all
per\auibg hot au feu,'a stranger finds but lit'le response,
wherena tho American woman la tpirUurtl on all subject?occasionally
a little too national abroad, but always
lively, intelligent and full of e-'prit. For this reason it I
Unit tho moment the. ball in question was talked of appil
cation from French cavaliers for ticket* became so numerous.
I6e applications to Prince Napoleon and his brido fo
their Interrst towards obtaining governmental oltuo* ar
so Inctisant, that this morning an oaicinl annoiincomen
appears In the Monileur to the effect that no answer wil
in future be vouchsafed.
Tbc Emperor drives out lu Ids phaeton evory day, and.
judging from appearances, must bo In exuberant health
His countenance looks full, fresh, clear, and altogether lo
dlcates tranquillity of spirit and a strong digestion.
Our Brusnrlt Correspondence.
B*t:psKL8, Fob. 17,18S9.
The VritU in fAirope?VcutralUy of <;*rmany?Kfarti to
l'rrtervt Peacc?(tffert of Arranymtnt from Auttria?
The Conference qf I'arU?The Panubian (fruition?The
Double Election qf Caiua, itc., ttc.
I send you enclosed several extract* translated from the
German and Frcnch press on the great question impending.
You will perceive that tlie view I took of the case in
my loAt corrr?|>ondence wm juxt. Austria will come forward
with propositions for the evacuation of Central Italy.
France will, without doubt, accept negotiations on thofe
conditions. PniHHla and England are already engaged on
their part to further the same views; and wo have
every reason to believe that the Cabinet of 8t Peteriborg
will do tho Riinv\ Austria Is obliged, after
the formal declarations made by Pruwia and Knglwl, not
to Interfere ki tbe Italian question, and the certitude, on
tbe other band, that ihe cannot posiibly have Russia on
her tide. BUe must come forward herself with offers of
arrangement; and there is little doubt, at least such ii the
general opinion here, that tbe power will remain undisturbed,
and that the great and dangerous question will be
Anally settled without a conflict.
There is no doubt that the Conference of Paris will soon
meet to settle tbe question of the double election of M.
Causa, although tbe date of that reunion is not yet lixed.
It is supposed it will tako place as soon as FiiadPacha can
arrive in I'aris. It appctrs that Russia. France and Piedmont,
notwithstanding that they maintain tbe'r op nion on
the anion, have not i.ome to any tl.xed decision on the subject
of tlic election.
TMb Indicator Economic comes out with great force
against ite Russian American Commercial Company. The
h.diiotur objects to the proceedings, *8 disclosed by the
publication ot tbe accounts, which ^tiowa th.it the company
aims to mono|>oiiao all the colonial trade of Russia.
The IndicaU r states further that the government has lost
its control over the company. 1 will by next steamer
give you more particuUr iiiformati.in ou the subject.
[Correspondence to the N'ord.J
Bkkun, Feb. 12,185').
Poon the affair of Italy will enter on a now sphorc.
Diplomacy is actively at work on au arrangement for
Ui,tral Italy. Tho cabinets of Berlin and St. James
prescli incessantly ]>escc anil conciliation. Au-tria knows
that it is Vienna that stops all interference of Prussia as a
great European Powcr;~as u> what Prussia intends doing
as ft memhor of the German Confederation, it may b? said
to be In every risjiect in conformity with tho national
honor. Since the flnt (lay that the Italian question w*s
broqglrt on. I toM yea itWMiUr fnwfa nor fowuj
would in any vwy interfere in a tt.U'jyU bc'.ivvn Amtrix
at, J Italy, hut i t ilio same time that they couid not look
on with inditlcrence should France intervene. Toe (Jerman
people tec a great danger for Europe in goneral by
such lnterfmoco, and tho people^ the public opinion,
IlkawiM the roprewatattrMof tb? country, must over
weigh their government*. l!ut foi tunatoiy. eventualities
of this nature ?Hit to be les t probable; MM 1 am IMIll III
that neither tho Cermau govem-oents, nor tho Diet of
Frankfort, will take any measures that would have the
character of a renewal of imttrurt or provocation.
But tho question of the Ji-t still exists, and
will undoubtedly bo brought before the Conference
of Paris, when tho affair of tho double election
of Mr. Canta will bo examined. The only alternative
which can possibly present itself Is either that tin conference
will recognise tho validity of tho election or they
will annul it. In the first case tho union wull exist, or the
conference will aniiul tho election and add to tho convention
an additional clause. What means havo thoy to impute
on the Principalities from a will which Is not their
own? la it the twenty battailous, of which Ethem I'ac.ba
can dispose of, which cannot crops the Danube without
the conpent of Europe? Is it the collective intervention of
the Powers? J/'t theni show bow what arc the means
to be employed to stiUe the national sentiments of that
[Correspondence of the N'ordJ
JJkrun, Feb. 16, 1859.
Conjectures .">rc in abundance on tho arrival of tho
nukes of Kussau an^ t/f Saxo-Cobo'lrgGo**1**- In the political
circles thoy do uoi Naitite tp recognise tllat Mf?'/
voyage has Boniethn.g to do wlif: tho a.lair of I'at>V "J*
aid itat tho I>uke of N'asHan was iminff to Pnria in it
tempt an arrangement with the Emperor of the Fronohbut
it appears that It is not true, and I am disposed to
ihitk that other mct.ves brought kiia to our court, ami
that tbo rrincc Regent ha3 received from him certain
communications of the gravest nature.
The official and diplomatic world, since the laet throe
Jays, seem very much pre-occupied ana taouglitrul, iuid
:ne AuiumS Ambassador, Baron Kailer, is this day in a
k'ery hud humor.
Notwithstanding what the i-:trian press miy say, the
Italian question still exist:-!, and must be discusscl au1 s- t
;lod by diplomatic influence aa much as possib e. At Ibis
moment the question sacm" in a fair way of being ai-rangid,
butbhnula the diplomatic negotiation fail, neither Eny
'and nor J'ruuia trill oisut Auitna agaimt Italy. Jiie
fount Huoi mvst hew already received communtctUMis on
hat fund, uhich will admit oj no mi hikt.
KusMa ?b?tair.s from all mediation, bul no one doubts
ll'at her ej mpathics cannot possibly he for ono who ha?
:l.own towards hor. until the last moment, the greatest ill
will and want of faith.
[From the i:orlin liu/utte. I
F'liCO tlio beginning of lira year the publl'!opinion in F.uioj)c
has been disturbed by tbo fwr of Boeing tho peace
troubled. The tilocls of that fear have been ofser.ous
consequence. to the industry and couitner c of thoio countries
directly interested. What l.an pitnclpally c..us.xi
ihit ti.trLi bat been the discoid between iho Cabinets "f
Vienna and Kwimm. fiv? tin* ditf-n'*?**" ^ opiPiotis that
nroti: between then on tbo arranging of the Eastern
q: hticn mu: t bo now .nnled tho opposition of thi interests
of Franc- nod tho^c of Austria w :th respect to Italy. Tuis
opi ( tion lias ox etcd for seme timo, b it thu yoai naj
b p. placed quite in the foreground. Tho general in
q;.i"tudc increas. <1 tho moro as the public opinion ha I
noth:pg curt on which to form an idea of tho na'ure of th
c lets i or thi poNoy to be panned i.v the great Powers.
However, a very sensible improvement has been produced
Wi'.biU the last fc# days by tbo explanations
given in tho dig.'oursia fiotn tho English and
French thrones oa principles which direct the f.ovcriiiiiciiUi
of those t*o notions, and at the ram
t.Bifi or consequence on ttio rea' stato of ailnrs.
(Juec n V ctoria liw; fai l that all her care will be t
mainia'n inviolate'."ue i\itn ci vcMifci, and ttut she wit;
nse all her influence fo the maintenance of ageuerV
peace. Although th<re arr tome f<.w words w hich make
ol'THloa to the fears of u war, there Is a sufficient guarau'.y
for the u air.I rare - of peaso, because tin I!riu-li governinfLt
has in ,de a declaration which is and must !> of great
wtiu'it. that i?: that ttiuir role of policy vv.ll be the respect
due to liiternntioril treatii s. Tb" di ussiou in both
eLnnibcs pud en both pj 'es Jiaye fcii Uv'.l til'.' Itvor&h'e
... . .. ..L nt? w.. .1 . ?, .......... . C.?A
u u rivmeeu ill- n ^i-i-. ?MWC mtv
table In-.fTi ::-'.ols in I/ntoli wore increaso 1 by in :poc i
of the CniiK-ror SYpoleon, in which he ??y<? that his m ?:t
serious til rta iiI have for iheir object?tn they always
have ba<'?the maintenance of peace; and that although
Austria und France..(lo not agree as to Italy,that is no
reason to fear u war.
It .8 already oasv to ccc that at Vienna tho discourse of
the Ktnjieror XapoUyra has bcu inleri>ret ;d as wo ha >
an!, and wo bio informed,/.-?*? the best oulh^rify attarhtd
to the Cabinet at I ienna, tint the Juipcr ill give tun.u! tnUiprtti
the tptcch in the fo:>t? r?nre, thut it, in fjt<nr of
jeace, and that they a>e Jitjoml to enter int> ni:/Miations
with France f r the c satvm vj mititirtj oew/vti'/n in
Central Itoiy, <ind lliat France, cn her title, loi'J tlitnnflnut
her armaments. This view ot the rase on the part of Ana
tria in moat fortunate, as It gives hoj'.sof a pacific o.r
rarscm'nt of all exiting difficulties. Cert.unly It is not
a problem easy of aolvtion to flud means of ca<ngtlie
military occupation of Italy; yet the problem may be
solved. Tide occupation, It is true, is not 111 contradiction
with tho treaties, but is not ordained by them. Should
every one work to obtain this result wo have not the
least doubttbc> will succeed; for it it evident tint no
Power?not even Austria?can wish to sec continued
longer the presort state of affairs in Central Italy. To
an live this Situation in away that the governments of
the Peninsula may malntalu order at home without ths
intei Terence of foreign troops, would certainly bo a wjrk
m conformity with the in'.eri ?ts of all parties.
Certainly we see every guarantee, iu the discourse of the
Emperor Napoleon, that any advance made by Austria
win be received in Paris on the same conciliating terms
a* it was dictate J. On tho other hand, wo have not the
least doubt that tho Prussian and English governments
will persist n their efforts, as they have already dono, to
conciliate all difficulties, and w ill accept the mission to settle
all Just gi itfs remaining at the same tine In the limits
of the existing treaties. When we cons I iertbc sentiments
of Justice and love or pea^o which have dictated tho conduct
of him who presides over tho destinies of Uas?ia,
.mi of which he has given proofs, wo are lod to hnpa that
the Cabinet ol St. Petersburg will not rofuso his assist
ance to Prussia and England In tbl.i affair. Thero is,
therefore, every reason to hope that, seeing the activity
and good will of the great Powers, we 3had conserve th .t
l>eace, the value of which is only appreciated when the
hoirore ol war have loft In its tra ruin and dosaolatio'.i.
Our Berlin Correspondence.
Ukkiin, Feb. 10,
17, r A'ew ParU Ccnferenre?The /M/ion ami Dsnubian
truest ion*?The t jj'ot It of J'rusaia to Prettrve Pear*?In
ternol rendition of Austria net /favorable to M ar?health
if the King?Arrivalof Karey, eft-.. <Ce.
II Is cetLled now tbfU both tho Italian mirslioti nml 111 .1
of the Iiftijiihuiu Principalities arc to be Submitted to the
dcclslon or a new Congiess, which In to moot in Furl*
without delay. Whether it will succeed In removing the
uumorous (tumbling blocks that a'o In the way of a per.
manent reconciliation between the great Powers is Indeed
more than doubtful, and I believe there arc few whoaro
sanguine enough to expect no desirable ft eonsnrauatim
l>ut,atany rate, it gives people a litllo breathing tim-.
rbc hostilities that appeared on the point of breakiug ou
have been postponed for an indefinite period, and it is no
actually beyond the limits of probability that something
nmy turn up In the interim to prevent them altogether,
rte moro pacific aspcct of affairs 1s mainly due to the ex
ertloosof tho Prussian government, who have displayed
in this Instance a tact and Judgment, the want of which
rendered their equally well meant endeavors during the
lata Oriental crisis so utterly nugatory. Their conduct
deserves the more credit from their having
to res let on the one hand the clamor of the
Austrian and pbllo-Austrian press which bad raised a fictitious
excitement by confounding the rule of the Croats
In Italy with the maintenance of the honor and integrity
of Cermany; while on the other, any symptom of irritation
VIII tuuir |'?ri wuuiu n?Ti' encouraged WO aggromve U'll
denclea (bat characterize tbo policy of tho French Kmpcror.
About the beginning of thl* month a communication w.i*
iidilrr-Sfd to tho Court of Tterlln by II. de Mougtler, tho
envoy of I/>\)Ir Napoleon, adverting to the pronpoi t of a
bmicli Kith Mult la, protecting that Kranoe was actuated,
not by ambitions motives, but merely by a generous
Intcrrlt in tho wel nre of Italy, and Inquiring, in guarded
tfrmf, whether the neutrality of 1'ruMla oonUl bo Je
peuded upon, which would prevent a BtrkU) local war I
> T! KT1
IESDAY, MARCH 8, 1859.
from spreading into a. general conflagration. Tbn wp'y of
Baron Schieimils, the Minister of Foreign AtUirs, was
coocbed in a firm, but conciliatory tone. Ckrtfully avuidmg
any expression that migbtbc construed into a ple'lre of ncn
interference, tie contented himself with sitting that in the
opinion of his government the difficulties bet a ceo the t?o
Powers are not soch as to necessitate an iin-nediate appeal
to arm*, and offering the services of I'ronsia to etl.ict
an understanding by peaceful ncgoUatioQ. At the uim
time a note way de^iatclied to Vienna, pointing out, to Co int
Buol tbat though, the Austrian il* i iini n in fjotnbardy an l
Venice wat guaranteed by the trcatiei of 1616, th'ir occupation
of Ccrdral Italy uxu neither functioned by inUrnatwriU
law nor conduct it to the tratujuillity cuut voM being <<f th it
count/y am! its iuh MUrUs?that Franca isjufctiOod in ber
des're to put au eel to the anomalous state of things created
by the pics< ncc of ber trooi>s and those of Austria
beyond tin- frontiers of their respective empires, and tuut
botli considerations of justice and s due regard for the
pence of Kurope required an arrangement to bo entered
intofor thut purpose, in which Prussia wonld co-operate
to the best of ber ability. Tb<; Austrian diplomatists wire
rather tiiken aback by this communication, as tfcey bad
been working hard lor the lart six weeks to bring about a
defensive alliance with Prur&ia, uud bad instructed
their organs to assert boldly that su:h an alliance
bad actually been concluded; a*, first, Uicreforo, they
seemed im lined to demur, esiieclally an they were still in
hope that tho intrigue* tarried on by them with ?om<! of
the petty Gerrnun < ourts re I it<d to the royal family of
1'ruKRia would produce a change in ttie attitude assumed
lij this government,of whotv iwliiical consistency exi>eri'.nce
huf certainly given them no reason to form a very
high idea. A day or two after the receipt of Btron
gehlclmltz's 11010, Ljwever, a similar despatch wan ru
ccivod from I-ord Malmesbury, and the cabinet of Vienna
cmld Dot but perceive that t<i refuse concessions advised
by the two most friendly of the great I'owerB would bo
to run the risk of complet" isolation. As lung an Austria
coiilined her sell to the defence of her Italiun province,
she lud law, if not justice, on her aide; but by craftily
shifting his point ol attack to her occupation of Central
Italy, Louie Napoleon has deprived her of the vantage
groiind which secured her tho moral support of
England and Prutsia, and rcduuod hor to the n-ccnity
of \ ieidicg?at leant in appcarancc. At the conferences
of 18id, and afterwards, sue luvariably declined to enter
into any discussion of the "Italian question,'' declaring
that no foreign l ower had a right to meddle with it, and
that the governments of the l'enlDBili, lucludiag Austria
Lcrtclf, wore quite competent to deal with their owa atfairs.
Vow she cuucntp to tho Kuropeam Convention be'ng
convoked expressly for the purpose of deliberating on that
qveMo vacat i; and she appears a; a depenieut? almost as
it culprit?before Its tribunal.
Jt is by no meats impiobible that a concession so revolting
to the tradi'iona! prido of Hapshiug la no. owing
entirely to the repreeentatioiiR of 1'rusaia and (Iieat
Britain; it may have been partly extorted by motlvos of a
demonstration. The Austrian press is subject to a consortLip
so mercilessly rigid that It cannot aflord the flightes*.
iLS'ght into the state of public opinion In that empire; it
may utter as much patriotic fustian as It pleases, abuse
despotism In France and applaud It at home, but it mu3l i
not iiy u word about tho measures taken by government
I or the impression they make upon tho people. Tn j
( ck' ri'/ii', too, Is at great piins to prevent any cxprcs,
n of feeling from penetrating beyond the bounds of
tho ' "Btrian territory; but yet sufflcioat leaks out now
aud'"th?.'n ,0 that the events of 18-lS
BOt "'uite forgotten, and that In spite
of artial aDj police espionage, there is a
spirit of disaffection "iToad that only requires a spark to
i.t inf/? n h'tT*?. A privato letter from Vieana, pub
listed a few days sinct? in the Barlin I o^nche /ntuiy,
and which hears every nm,"^ ?C authenticity, ilk! bo*
tovciument can expect tile poop.* 10 '.'gnt 'or P'osor
\ alien o' the empire when thy systoiu Pursued for the
hat tenyeni3 ba. been iiiUj as to disgiBt ail cut*?*es of
society, from thA highest to the lowest. ''Austria.- says
the correspondent, "always has boon and is a'ill ao aggregate
of uifiei e:.t countries and nationalities, neither un.i-?tl
in language ror io manners, ana only aureeiu? in t'loir
opposition to the syctem of bureaicratio centralization
that har been established on the rain a of the aiicont conet.iutiucs
of ilia various province. By his manifesto of
March 4lh, 1640, Francis Joseph cocrtrnr.d ali Ilia right*.
privilCfs and institutions thut has been promised us by
his predecessor Ferdinand in 48, but ,'ar from enjoying
them we aro worse off than ?: were before. The ni
tional debt hat increased by six huo'red million
florins, religious toleration h unknown, political
liberty a dream, and irr<ai>oi??rt?!e functionaries rile
roufch. bod over the people. Jt is ptalu that the
[ Avatiriiu government do not understaad tho si(ths
or lb. t'u.'s ift* Aur Itsu'Bv'M WON it 3 too
laic,i> ,t be tot =0 already, The dead tilen? tUai Migul
here is no proof of ssunfacti ita. TOt iiujfir; for a chirgb
hss become t i intense t >at sooner or liter it must bo
gratifled. 1 \ !e.~s Austria enters honestly en the p^.tti o
progress, she *ill neither f.ad sympathy ner ftiii.'nnoo
ic., &e. It is worthy of notica that this exposi bu been
published in R jaurnal which, until finite laodv, lias
alouely espoused tlie cause of Au?tria iu th?> present
oi Liis. ana seemed inclined to throi the w- igbt of l'iu"ia
into tho senile, in ease htr posi'ior iu Italy should be
threatened by u French invasion, or by an Insurrection of
b t own rnbjette nts of a. similar naurehave
appcaied in the Xaiinal and the It . As /. iluifr. aa.i,
a!.'v iter, tl.c Austria man1 a with whi.b tfio ii.-ri.ioii
pap' is were t. iaad a short time t'aro, is evidently on the
wane, and making room for a clearer and ino/e dispassionate
view of the political situation. 1 must do them
the jest * to add tnat the burs', of Indignation with whbb
the m nac i'Vfnoiistratioi's of France weie gr"eted ou
ilia . Me of the Tvhine originated not so much in love of
Austria aa in hatred of I/iulg Napoleon, and iu t'lo well
founded apprehensions inspired by the equally darni* ?nd
insidious policy of that unscrupulous peisouage.
By the last advices from Komo 1'ue Klug bad refov red
from an attack of Mu?P.W. was considerably improved
in physical health, ti ough his mental condition re
meined unaltered. fLore is a rumor that he will reium
to Berlin n>-st April, und tho opponents of the existing
regime go to far os to assert that bo will r< utno the govr'itimoLt.
The fact is, that he Is sunk into a state
of hopeless imbecility, and nothing short of a miracle
v .11 ever enable hitri to re-appear on the political
Tatngi-. Indeed, 1 hardly think itiikply that hewill
eerie hack to Prussia, where he would only
be made the centre of lutrigjes embAi-ra'sing to his
brother, be! neither advantageous nor honorable to him
sell. The Queen, wbo, unpopular m she la, must be ao
kiicwleil^ei: to lie a woman of g. nse, is said to be decided
lyavorc t 'these schemes, and anxious for him to remain
In Italy, tho climate oi which suits bim much better
tbun that of those northern lltitudes.
Mr. Uari-y. the great horse tamer, arrived hero last
week, awl villi exhibit tLo tirst specimen of his art this
evei iny a', the Hoyal stables, in the presence of the Prince
Regent, Prince Frederick William and some otlier mtmleri
o the royal filmily, and of a select circle of ari?*x)cra
tic sportsmen and scientific hlnpologists. One horse Is par
t'( ulirly nutitioned on which be is to experimentalize for
the ed.flcat'on of this (tistiognisbed assembly. It Is a
regular savage, caught in the wilds of Lithuania, and
?. blrli tho choicest Prussian jixskeys and horse breakers
have found it imjiosMbl# to subdue. I have no doubi but
that Mr. Rarey will succeed in this, as in all his former
attempts, and add a new page to the lint of triumphs that
Dave rcnucrt u uib uuiue lujiuuruii iu Hi' c'f.eau i.m annals
01? both hemispheres.
The news from Paris id dated on tie Kill ultimo.
A corresponded of tho l.ondon Timtt says tliat the
French envoys at Munich, Wcrtcmburg andCissel had
been .-cm for to coa.'er w ith tb<> Kmitror, It was presumed
on tlic stale of public opinion in Germany.
IV Minister of the Interior had addressed a crafldon
tlal circular to the prefects of departments, conveying
llic official interpretation they aretoglvo to the Kmperor's
spcech on opening the sesslou, as it hud booome the subject
of contradict)ry commentaries. Tho Minister pays
the Froperor's policy ic, that while denouncing war with
out legitimate motive as Impossible, hi<* Mt.i sty will not
reco il frttn i"ar if hit hotinr comi^indt it. or if there aritet
eve of thr>.'t r?uv? for which in oil timet Prance has been
ntht"to''ir, ff Jus* uxtr is then a necessity.
The 1 'arts correspondent of tho I/radon Timet says the
waruiig given to l.a Pretse was owing to the complaints
of the Fnpal Nuncio In Paris.
T! e london Herald'* correspondent snvg that n camp
of one hundred thousand men is to bo formed at Toulon
by Hi ' end of March.
'The I'ar.B F.ourse on the 16th ultimo opened weak, but
closed firmer. en tho 17th the warning given V) Txt
J'rttu rave rise to an advance of about X P?r cent; but
this ath.mci was not fully maintained. On the 18th ult.
ti c market opened flat and lower, but improved, and the
three per ccnU closed steadily at 08 for monoy and
I.a Pirate on the War Question.
[Translated for the nsw York Hkhald.1
Farih, Fob. 14, 1869.
*?* ?
Nothing can, therefore, be nocompliahed in the Koraan
States so long as Austria rules there, and the flrst condition
of any reform in Central Italy (there ii no two words
to express It) is to put out Austria.
In order not to continue to expend our money as a puro
loss, whilst Austria spends that of the Holy State, in order
not to bcconie ridiculous wo are forccd to evacuate Rome
as eiirly as possible; and as we cannot do this In the pre
p nt stato of thinga without delivering tho Pope to the
chances of a terriblo revolution, It la cWr that our rovorament
ought to employ every mean* for aesurtng the
pence 11 nd bnpplneFS of tbat unfortunate State, and consequently
to pu' oulsltfo Austria, which is the ouly ob?Uc!e
to the peace of the country.
[Frem 1-a rroeae, Fsb. 16.1
* ? #
Whe ha:> rlvcHcd the Pope to his odious system, that is,
tho destruction of the Romans ? Austria. Who Instigates
the Kmg of N'uplea U> his foolish resistanco to the most
legitimate wishes, and to unnamable persecutions? Austria.
Wli* crushes undi r iron honilafe I>onibardy and
Vcn'ce? Austria. W1 o ens'ivs* Vodena an4 Tut'anyf
Visirln. Yes, AustrU everywhere. Austria, therefore,
, spelled, the portion of allkirs Is cbangcd and order is established.
Rut uo?i Italy count exclusively upon herself to throw
office j'Ke uf (.(r oppr< suorf No, The time haa passed
when e Ui Ir i -y of h r jaltlot'sm *(i" pronounced
tl.ivn boii' vrnt.is, linliifarA " ' On th* contrary,she
the en-nt?eratMJB of ^PDsnn? nnWons la net her
c.iuae lb?i oi juafksi uuT tiyuAttWa? it ? (Cm our*.
| We do t.ot fear intervention WbyY Ought *c not nlb. r
I to welcome with Jde (.he opportunity of putting a
i l*iruination to the anxiety whioh torment* E'imps? A*
wr have already Mid, Austria doc* not onl) raig.; Iter hind
id I'aly, but aluo elsewhere. I* it cot Auatrl* thiil hat
nullified the. faults of the treaty uf I'arnf Is it not
Aus'ria tl.at Inspires Turkey with her tr?--ioii and
troachery? It it not Anuria thnt troob'od the tllianca
that UDtloti hk with Pnglun iy Would nut a w-r which
would deliver us from this cighliiare be blessed above all
ntlierwaiH? Puch iB the war, we believe, preptri'ig in
Italy, and why we regard it with confldene.- uui tuvuri'.y.
[from th<; London Tiroes (city crtisle), Fob. 19.J
The Krgilsh funds opened this morning without altera
lion, but the market was languid, and a few speculative
sales Soon caused .1 decline pr odo eighth, at w.'.i~,h ta -y i
remained. 1
In the produce market*, during the week, the genera ,
tone lias rather improved, and prion havi b ion steilj.
Tliere hiw bqpn more inquiry for exiort, pirl'y on tlie
favorable commercial advices from tbe I'uifed Stat ?, bu*
the Continental trade !> quiet.
The tea maiket id very Arm. Common congou wan
bought this morning at Is. 1 }.j<\ per lb , but cannot no*
be obtained at that prioe. Fine mixing kinds, recently
ariived, have been sold at full rates?those under 'Je. '11.
|ier lb. being most, sought after.
[From the London News (city article), Feb. 19 ]
Lo.nlox, Friday Kvening, Fob. 18.
Fxtreme dulness prevailed to day throughout the Stocii
Fjtchangc. The continued armament In France, and tiio
absence of any recovery on the Paris Bourse, contributed
to Check all tendency to animation. The funds, however,
< loacd as good as yesterday, a reduction of % I*1' cent( i
which took placc towards tie middle of the day, proving 1
merely temporary. 8iles in preparation for the Indian
.uiui .r>'ai vu lino I'CTU CllUttCU III BUI1TC tJLLtJIit, J't'I
without prejudicing the market. (
With the exception of tho Lilian Rail **y shires the |
other markets were heavy.
Further large sales or Iflmbardo-Venetian shares, oo
orders from Vienna, had considerable ell'oct upon thstock
market generally.
The discount market wr.s rath?r more active, hat tho i
best bills were freely taken at 2 V and evn 2 por c-ji*. 1
Tho operations in gold at tbe Hink to day wero unim- ,
portant. i
The steamer Ceylon will take out ou the 2"lb Instant '
X 175,28i in specie fbr the Hast, all silver exctpt 2,?65 J
sovereigns. j
Some considerable sums were to day countermanded '
Tor the next vessel for lloinbay, when the exchange comes ,
higher. 1
On '."hnnge this afternoon a fresh rise took plax .n the
ra'.es for bills on Austria.
l'aper on llohand was likewise quoted more favorable
for thin country. i
[Krom the Mkucbester Guardian (city article), Keb. 13.]
Dulners and distrust seem to increase, aad the stock
market has been heavy throughout tbe day, although '
there has been no fresh news. Console wore first quoted n
Pfi?, a and they declined on some speculative sale*
to C6\' a 06,, at which they have remained to the clo^e ,
Tl e iVtw says the cloud in the south of Europe is da:k
and threatening, l/ut the clout's in the East are bij wUU tem
petit, and unless Austria, who send* her civ .-at against
dttcupsion of l alian wrongs, be persuaded to hold her
peace on Ronmaln right?, it Is no' improbable that ts? so!u- *
tion of the Italian queition may be transferred from Rjme ^
to Milan, Vo JdfKV 9f i?2?fear?St.
The Iiotdon Timei says a rumor has been circulated that s
tho new Indian loan of ?7,000,000 will b<i In the form of 4J*'
per cent debentures, redeemable in tcr year?, and to to
esucd at par. It is scarcely probable, ho A-evor, that the
real terms will be allowed to transpire until they are for- '
| mtlly advertised.
l*n.*?m>pla!r>s of arifhy ei er ywhTe TI ?
| ITcuse of Com men 8 is wiiitiug for Sir John I'ak ington's ctti '
n-.tn. llw.vam Mr ?r u t ?t -
are wait ing for pometbing to turn^up. For wmt of a vigor
oue wboktomc opposition government in f,."lng to pieces c
The Chancellor isjaid to be thinking of leaving Lho \ro- !strk'for
tbe bench. Tbe Colonial Secretary is suspected of c
a similar intention, without as goo', a reasou: and the ?
Secretary of War is plainly spok-;n of as on the move. I!
They really worn not to care whether they fe' iy or go
The exposition, if there bo one, does not care to iaquii.
Ijvkrkkjl, Feb. 18,1?59. V
The a-t^vity prevailing in our cotton market at the (lite
oi our toft circular advice1*, per?c'an<uU, continued tinabated
for the following two cays, ami prices burdened n
for the current qualities of American d-Tiptlona. r? *1
Kuropa's advices had the effect of temporarily checking i,
the ardor of buyers, and caused a lull in the detnind; b :t ..
a fav orahlu report from M.mchet ter stim iUtel them- 1
qoirjr and imparted renewed strength to th-; subsopient c
daily operations, which (with thj exception ot T'iet 1 iv t !'
transactions) have been on an exi' n-lve ?:a!e, both epici:iatorg
and exporter! parttsimttag io the btH'JKH w.th
on.e degree of confidence, based nior^ particularly on ;
the prospect of continued large consumption thin any '
niit'gatioii of the evils- to be apprehended from political T
caufig or other influences of a coutroliiog leniency ,
Holdi rs continue to offer their atocfci very fre ly, an t a! ,,
i!j( Dgh ?t M i advance (vu-tatlocs MM gbth ol a p nny \
per pound, nothing of an animated character sigoali/.o* the '
business iu progress. 1'eaceor war ia etilan optnquost on, .
freely dlscuned, and vagneof solut'on?few anticipating
immediate luptures?a>- few, probably, regarding the
preservation of order as ccrtain; and, iu'such an indedni'o
position, all are inclined to encircle thair operations within ,
control ra'.ber than extend them over spa;1* and thno. !
tbe lame causes tend to th" preseut easy conditiou of J'
money matt'Tt, tho public securities are sti'l depressed ,
by the unsittled future asiiect ofaffairs. To day s market a
clc.-< s s? adily at tbe quotations, with sales of 8,CXH) bales. k
2.000 to speculators and exporters, and offerings freo. ^
Ibe tola', sales of the week, including what baa b?eu for ?,
warded from the ships' side, amount to 88,430 hales, of
which fi?,200 ure American. Speculators have liken "
nun vAi'vifccin r.iiv, ivax iu? iii^jiv uiiicw in mi t
kinds to the trade. Tbe irn|>ort lor fame time iB 3.1,583 "
bales, o( which 21,710 are American. The quantity known f
to be at Ft> fioiu American ports is about 80,000 bile. u
Pri^s to ilaj:? v
Fair. ifiiUlinii. Ordinary ?
New Orleans.. 7*,d. 7 1 16J. 4^J. tofl',4. 1
Mobile 7l?<1. 6 15161. 5d. VJ
Atlantic 0 1 16J. 5d. to 6?id. j
ISM. 1849.
Total taken for consumption,bales..32.2,520 328,10)
Do. ex)>ort factual) Jo... 16,'|?10 27,7iti '
Stock lh is dm/. San\t time 1R58. '
American 308,940 llrl.lOO 1
Brazil 16,990 2J810
Kg y |'tiati 19.270 4,4'i0 t
Rast India 22 250 81,330
W? st India 270 4,170 '
Total 362,720 230,880 <
A ccnflriiiation of improved advices from Calcutta and 1
other Eastern marts for Manchester productions has re ^
suited in an adivo business for poc,1s and yarns at ad- c
vsrcod rates, and placing spinners and manufacturers 1
uuder contrai l i'or eome weeks. Some purchases have 11
also been entered it,to for Continental account; but the
borne demand ixntinues lai guld. The latter may, however,
improve *h?n the former abates, which inspire*
hopeiu! anticipations of prospective prosperity. All is,
however,contingent upon tho oourso of ereuts, at present c
impenetrable. v
Our grain market ppeent* the same listless nspoct so <
lorg tbe rul'Bg feature of the trail". Hood s>un1 wueat 1
and Hour maintain firmer value; but inferior pnreols are l
d.flVult to nv<ve, and tho Inquiry for each Is in mere '
retail. Inlian corn li?\ors tlio buyer .n price, and is only *
In moderate request. Wheat, per 70 lbs.?Uer.eseo and ?
Philadelphia, 7s.. mixed American, 6s. ? !. Indian corn, '
per 4S(i lbs ?white,33s.;yellow, 2fls.;mixed, 28s. Klour, 1
per 19(1 lbs ?"bio. superfine, 25i ; rhlladolphla and Ilal- 1
timere, 2-"?. 8d.. Western and Canadian, 19s.; Inferior an l '
sour. lis. Oatmeal, per 240 lbs., 24s. t
At..' s are only ,u moderate request at unchanged I
f ric*p iwrtc?taie* are reaincteu io au nog* uc ails I'&iladeiptita
firsts, at 9s. 6<l. per cwt. liecswax?A stcaly
iequiry, with sales of 3 tons, at ?9to?U 6c. jw cwt.
Cioverteed ii reducing in stuck, with n good de-nan t '
for the better qualities, of which talc* of 60 toon arc re
porn il at G2s. to f>6?. per cwt. Timothy seed? Vvjut 500 1
bi^s have been sold at 27s to 80s. per cwt. Lard?Slo- '
derate trnnsactious at 60s. to 00s. per cwt. UnseeU 1
csko has only been in limited inquiry: sales 30 ions at 1
?9 2s. M. for thiu oblong. Rico is scarce, sa l due Oaro c
lira Is held for high rates. No tales reported. Roeln ha* :
receded to 4s. 9d. to 4s. lid. for common, up V) 10s. to f
14s lor One: sal' s 1,600 bbls. Tallow?Traub-iclioos are
until' at about Ms. per ewt. lor flno quality. Turpentine?No
tains of rough; 300 bblf. spirits realised 39s. to 1
40s. fld. per cwt. Ij
Ijoxvov, Feb. 18?8 P. U. o
Our colonial and foreign produce markets have been ti
qutet. Money continues abundant. Odd sols leave o(f t
96S ? W'M for money. 96\ for the account. Bar silver,
fs. l\d.- Mextran doltars. to. Id.; Americin eagles, 1
'to. 3d.; doubloons?^pan'pb. 77i.: South American, 76s
The Secretary of State ft>r In-lla proj uses to Issue a loan
Tor ?7,0^0,000.
Anierican stocks continue to present few t"an?aetlCM.
l'nit?d S*ates 6's are offered at 94. Mvs.u husetta ster <
ling at 104. Sons sales of Virginia sterling have been <
made at 86W, sellers at 87 Pennsylvania certificates i
have been placed at 82 Vi t>on<ls off "red at 86. Mum is
sipp'I'n'on Pjrk bonds navo been sold at Irt 1'enosyl- i
van* Central Railroad bonds, second mortgage* st^rl.tig,
bavs 'ttcfcei! W,V Nsw Ycfit and Kt.? 7's, scCvud n ri
r?ge, Ctyi tx dJv. IiHi<ni? FrccUmi, 81 ex dlv.; shares,
86>i iiitrnuiit. Colonial sreurltim Qrin, but quiet.
Cci ?e?Tbo nwrket b?.-bci'n but steady. A
few loix Dative Ceykw were realized at 61b. Sd. for good
(ir?l ]"0 ( Mkf. 41 bb'?. ulaoUli'in Cn?ln? h,...?
raits; a,000 bagi Kj? were d'epotel o( al4ta. 6d. a 6l?. <
for good and flue ord. colory, 48s M. for tine ord. mixed,
?nd 47b. fill, for good ord. brown; and 1,500 b\gs good
1'usta ami superior at 46a., Insured f. p. a., ;or a near
. Imptrti. \ /? StocJei. ,
1808. 1859. 1858. 186 .
c.r, r,r., lb*. 3,100,000 4,800,000 22,200,000 19,000,000
Cb pts. Eur 20,2(0,000 '24,500,000 178,800,000 81,500/(00
Tjtal 23,300,000 2tf,3f 0,000 201,100,000 110,500,000
CnkW?The mpply of hmr.i-b whei.t has be in small,
ard rnc*i!y in bad condition, previous prices b-ing with
llllicnlty obtained. For foreign the demand woe restricted
|ji?t week's avcrtco price of Ki.s'iith wheat was 40a. lid.
n 320,103 qrs. r ft. Weq'iote white American w boat, 38a.
i 4C*.. r?") 34?. a 40#. per <jr. Flour. 20s. a 24a. per bbl.
Coram liruier. At Liverpool the demand has b^in
Ktive; j PKttrelay's <nu.Liti.iu of laid. Orloaua, 7 1-16J
l*?r lb.
SrcjLK?We have had a very quiet market, witbo.it alUration
iu prices. Th-i sale or West ludia aro l,5&0hlida.
12,',10 tags Mauritius w< r? chiefly sold, low brown U) low
xtOd'.iop Bi.Jt yellow, C4-! a 4o? : "midilllng yellow to good
yellow and nniy,41f 6d. a 44b. 6\ 1,5)0 bift P?n(a'
were told?low to good browu Gmpnitah lute 3i<h. a 37s
Cr low Benar a, 44s tSJ. 3,900 b-.^B uraiuy U.ilras gold
?t 44b. a 48e. lor ro;<illlo,.; to good yellow. 2,890 bo*e t
ilavHLa of roftquality at 4U .. 45s. for low yeliow t> pale
pa;', 46s. a 4Cb. ed lor eofi llurettes; fa r q lality at 418.
a 43 fcr goo<J midrt.mg brown to low mi Idling y?llow.
Prtvntely, about 1,200 1> >; s llavnna have oliaogod ban.la,
low to noddling biowu 37*.a4ua. 6d.pgo.?d middling
browj to miUdlir.g yelkw 41s. a43d.; 200 casks Cuba
mufci i.*uln jt !t8?. 0.1. a 23-). to- goo-i lutiMltnir brown.
kDC 4,b< o f>a,a bro?n nod yellow Rio (ir.tnde atloit at ais"
9d. (or an outpoit, hurting woghtj.
, hnportt. ,
18i8 1869.
fit. at Britain, lb? 71,200,000 71,900,000
Liner pons of Europe 34,200,000 44,200,000
Total 105,600,000 116,100,000
, Stock*.
1*68. 1S69.
<rcfct Rritain, H>s is0,100,(.00 192,700.000
Jhlef j-oiLa of Kuropb 70,1 CO,000 69,800,000
Tot*' aju,200.000 262,600,000 OPQOOD
Iovdon, Feb. 18,1859.
The volun of money in the open market i* without
iltoration. Tb? n'ru ' Austrian loan has proved a failure,
ind only a small portion of it wm subscribed for. It la
ow oft'ei rd at a rtisc/jnt; thi* is generally oousidored a
natter of congratulation, as nothing will U.ud more to
naiLtato peace on the Continent than the inability of itae
fowcrv concf reed to money. A French loan is talked
>f, but lookit'fc to the iat-* financial RMtjment of that coun,ry,
she cannot want t-> borrow unless to pay fjr the warilk'1
preparations she is tnakirg,or unless her government
sonsider hostilities imminent. In Araeiisan sacur<tiea
there las been an active demand lor Pennsylvania State
sto.k and bonds. The former are quoted 82 to 84, the
latter id a 87.
I/wno.v, Feb. 18,1859.
We have had a steady market during toe pist week for I
Amr ri< an securities, with, however, only a moderate busiac-ts
doing. ?
Illinois free land bonds are in good demand and shares
ire ttoady at 35 dls.
Political nnccrtaiuty still prer&'Il, whli h cbo^kR in eftjnent.
Consols cio?e at t'ii'j for nuney and t6*i for
Sewn fiain Havana.
RRIVA), ov Till CAHAWBl?fkm.inu ox THE Fl"R?haru
gt tSTto.v?good citor ok canes?sugar
MARKKT Dt'LL?VREKillT am) exchange rates?
Tlic United States mail st. amsbip Cahawba, Captain
lulloch, from New Orleans and Havana, arrived at this
ort yesterday afternoon.
hUc left Havana on th. owning of the 2d irwt.
i-he brings no intelligence of special interest.
The f cling still continued ttrong with regard to Mr.
.lUlell'* bl!!.
Max Uarctzek was to leave Havana on the Mth, by
tramer to ("bark-stop, whore he may possibly "lake a
ill Oil cEga?eirifcm, from the uce he will e-omo to Vew York.
On the titii, 1J. M., Cha*. s*. <*riswold,oi N>w Y>rk,dled;
itMase, con?uo-ntion.
>'r?n thd eount.-y we burn that the yield of cane is
H'.ite equal to that of hist year.
!?tcck of sugars 132600 boxes: market dull, buyers
ot offering sulllclcnt lo satkiY holders. Quotation^ not
l'i eight* b'K* active tiMD the prerious week, and no
banco for Improvement. the harbor bring fa'! of votsols
f all nations.
I xelmi'ges?I/>ndon. 10 ? 10'i premium: S-# Yort.
a a discount: New Orl'-'ttw. 1*2; mi ?tn, ehott E'jto.
Health Havana and cotttrj gout.
The tobacco crop is large au'l o! f.ae iiua'itr.
City InUlllijciirt.
rnrnxtos-vjr Auxiwd Disordehlt Ho ran?A Sbtbttb
f.ari> policeman s.ui) to be tbk i'ropk'jnor.?kor s0m9
n ' rn't the drinking noion known as ths " Ked, White
Bil Blue," Not. 404 and WG Cjnal strc> t aril 12~I.*i(,ht
icct, for ? long time k<'p'. by a not or ir ma worn in, has
<ci; a source ef groat annoyance to the rtspecUble poron
e f tbe citizens residing tn i.alght street, and cspeaijy
to tlif boarders of the water cure estibli.'-hmeot dl'
tly opposite. Tbo po.lcr of Hie ward having repeatedly
i n to prevent the ennoyaotef complain><1 of, fonud at
i?t that it was Imposatbio to keep a check on
"ittn, and acoordngly a citnplaiot w*3 insti;tetl
apaictt ttc plt.ee btfur* a poiico j istice, and
warrant granted to am st air found in the houso.
lie warrant was placet! in the hands of Captain Ilutchiig.
wLo dota-ti d a poe?" cf men to make a (l''scoot upon
he place, and according'}-, about tio'f past sevon o'olock
L?t evening ih? officers came down upon the saloon and
.rrctted a'i found iu the house, which cols is tod of tbe
lector of the p'ace and four oilier women. On bring
nvej r d to the rtition house, tbry gave their names as
lar/it't Forrester, Hannah Wal ton, il try Clinton, Virginia
umicrs and Josephine Carson The widow was found
tmfortably located up stairs wborc the officer arrested
cr, and on bring tuid that she wad required at the ? tit ion
ouse, she denied being the proprietress of the place,
nd Mat- d that the had that morning transferred her
ttablishroent to a jwli >man, named J. H. Wyer?, ofthe
cventh Ward, who had hwed it for $&o per w-ek. Just
r tli* officer* were about to ptn t for the station bouse,
rycrs raise in, and seemed greati\ ustonitUed on seeing
icttatc ol tilings, but agieed to'accompany one of tbo
omen, whom he clairr t d us his wife, to the station bouse,
3 intercede fur her. Cap*. Hulcbinas heard all be hail to
iy, bet It was to no purpose, ami the girls were locked
p. The Peputy Puperintendetit on hearin? that Wyers
ras Interested in tlie establishment, stated that he would
nspend bint Immediate y until an examination was had
icforc the Commissioners.
I.Ecrt rb* by in. Bkow.vox ami Mr. Evkrktt.?Hr. 0.
\. Browr.sen lectures this evening, at tho Cooper Instinti'.
on "The Chnri-.h and thj Threatened Revolutions In
luropo " Kdward Everett will deliver his now oration on
'Franklin" to morxow evening at the Academy of Music,
kmbllets both di?courF?.3 will attract large audiences.
MorxT Vkhjkw? I jianwi irv ortim National orarp.?The
'cventh Regiment, by a committee consisting of its a.3omplishcd
commander. Colon I Ptirycaan't Messrs. Brun:agc,
and Catiin, have t.-elifl .1 the feeling of tint noblu
nr|* for the memory of the patriot chief by contributing
wo thousand dollars to the fund ef the Ladies' Mount
r'eft.on AfEocioiion. It is believed that eifh an example
an linriily be lost either on the other military associates
of the city or on the citizens at large, that owe so
nuch to the protection of these gallant men.
Mmmxi; orPtASoroimt Maker.'.? Tlie pianoforte maknrs
if New York held another meeting at l'ytbago-aa Hall,
n Cenal r'rect, last evcnlDg. The meeting having been
ailed lii order by Mr. <Hl?nwiiden, the following officers
ure du'y appointed to direct the meeting:?Fredorick
eiln nn, l'tis iieni. Charles I'ittercon, Vice Presideut;
". Kirsch and C. Fisher, Secretaries The delegates from
lie various shops reported tie results of their negotta
.ons with their employers stncpthe commencement of tbe
trike. Many oi' them were Willing to pay the price dosanded
(If) per cent advance) if the trade generally
nouli agreo to <io the same. It w agreed to request tho
oikmen 5n gteinway's pianoforte factory to strike, and
he trade would support them while out. Tlie meeting,
shleh wnf formed n>ortl> of t'ermins, with tome Ame
leans, rtsolveif its' if into a trad<s union, for the promo
ion of lis objects, and a IJourned.
Fikk i* Ea*t FjomKEVTii inksrr ? About three o'clock
I esterday morning a fire occurred in the dwelling boose
So. 2Of. tviet Eighteenth street, owned ard occupied by J.
I. Van Pell Ttie Arc originated in tbe basement, and
ipread between the floor Joist to the second and third
toors, where Its further progress was (topped by the flrennti
The I'atnsfe to the buildlns will be about tt AriO
nmred for #6,<>C0 in a city company. The furniture la
lamped bj fire end water to the amount of $3,000; not
nsurcd. How the fire originated is not known at
CosntrT *t rti* Cm im-h or thb Ikhactmtx Cojobtio*.?
'bo * cond grand cencert at the church of the Imnieuito
Conception, in Fourteenth street, the prooeeda of
ihich will go towards defraying the expenses of the new
rgan, will come off this evening. Mdmc. Caradorl, of
he a? ademy of Music, and other eminent artists, will make
bc-ir appearance.
rhc Accident on the Slew Jersey Railroad.
to the Ewroit or tiik hkrald.
n'kw j aii^st r.ul*nat> ant> tkaxsrohtanos oa 1
Cmr, March 7,1889. /
In the accocnt of tt.e accident In your Hfk.au> of Bunlav,
u flatrm'nt Is fir n a* Coming from me, that the
'xir i .o wiuM n >t (ill elicit of >25,000. This Is a great
nlstake, to tucli sift'' ment bav.ng been made by me;
oid new, after a careful tatmw , it is found that the
l imair to tlie cars and to <>tw>;.ve will Mt reach $3,#00.
,i w wnoi>RrfF,
ab\ I suponuwu lotii tf. n. jv

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