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FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
StuDiv, net. 23, 18M The put ?Nk haa b??r on the whole, a dull one In WtllllTMi. Thar" wu considerable eiciietneet in the gokl room or Monday and Tuesday, and the fiuciuellons of the premium wore rapid, with a downward tendency. Durtn? the latter part of the week tho market allowed beavtoeao under the Influence of Sheridan's nuoceasee over LoBdstiMt and the generally favorable superior the military alt mtion. A salutary check h a thus been Imposed upon the effnrta of speculators for a rise. The ?teok market has sympathized to tome extent with tbe downward oourse of *old, and transactions have been chiefly confined to brokers. The quotations for |uld uuriog lbs week bare ear ted as follows ? Hiffhej'. ?oiMtt Monday K2X 21?'4 Tuesday anh 805*4 Wednesday 210 ^ 208* Thursday 211* 20?V ?t<lsy '.209 ^ SOTW Saturday 213 * 809 * The quotations for gold, (overnmeut securities and railway and miscellaneous shares at tha close of each of the lent (Our weeks were as follows:? Oct 1. Oct 8 Oct. 18. Oct. 22 Amarlcna ffolfi. 189* 187* 220 212* AUMilcMatl8.S.U> 179 j7a jpo 190* CtevelM* * Pittsburg 104 100 ]Ot> 9t> OsialMt A Toledo 110 103 114* 107 CAtoaffe A (lock lelaad 02 90 97 81U Obioofo A Northwesters 43 40 48 ?0> Chicago k Northwestern prof 76 74 79^ 75'" OumberlaaS Cool 62 82 66 48 (Mates UompMV 29 29* S5 32 ?S:t?.u-** 170 - 165 >?? ESS^'rL. vn?* ,93 97* 101 101 104* 103 S*4??*1?, U4X 123-4 120-4 lluiM CMlrtl 117 >4 115 121 y% 117)2 ssiip* 121 *w 120 M^fctBM Souiboro.^. 71 63 71 66 Milwaukee A P. do OAtoo.... 4V 48 60 46 MortpoM Mluloi 87 32 V 34 31s 115? *1?X H? V 118V Ohio A Mieoieatppl cor 35 V 36 I, 37 84 V ? 2H0 279 290 301 rHIsburf A Fori Ways*..... 96 V 95 ly2V 96 Quicksilver Mtstag 81 7714 79, ? 17, ? Beadle* Railroad 125 Hp* 124V 122'I _ _ oova.unn sbtcutojl Begtstered fa oc ibhi 107 i05v ioe 105 OMpoa r? <M 1M1 104V 105V 106V 106 Jwa-twMir ooopoa 10774 10: v loss 107 v rive iweuly coup .nt,. 1 ew m 199 nT.v7*?ty lorv io? 100 v mi 10-40 6 per cei.j coupon .... 96 V 95 94' 94V Owe year oertiflcatee 95 94,V 94V 95 Ootobar 7 3 10 ootaa 107 J03V IOC 106 Th# quotation* at tbo Kvenlnir hxcliaoce on Sitnrlav war. aafo lown?:nia 213 a ^ Hlldg,0 R v ,1 ,n^ Reading if J. Prje 9<-V a %. illim* Central 117 V, A.ictii gan Southern 65, Rock Inland 90,V. Northwestern 39* prtfwred 7?X, Port Wayuo 86, 0010 1 nl lli'sla-lppi ,ar tlflenic* 34 V, Mariposa 31. The money market ha* been easy to stock boiire- en call, with good collateral* 111 wide margin*, at a y u per oeut. The first payment af tea mill one in legal t .? dors and taa millions in certificates of iDdehtednesa on account of tbe new Torty million five-twenty loan w B>ade an tbe 20th lnat., and some par tie* have anticipated the aext payment, due 00 tbe Slit Iwts, by paying in tbe wbole amount of their subscription, hi order to obtain Imm-diate po*ae**ioa er their bond* and reap the benefit of the gold later est aooordiogly. Tbe bank* are panning a (trie ly eon ear rati re policy with regard ta their loan* and discount*, la view of the withdrawal* of depo*lts la meet the second Investment of twenty million* la legal tender note* re '*rr#<1 to- Bnl demand for money is not likely to be heavy,owing to tbe languid atate of trade and apecola tloa, lndnoed to a great extent by the near approach of tbe Presidential a lection and the nnoerlalntie* attend tng It. lenders are still critical of commercial paper, end only fi?*'?y !? rated at from nine te twelve per oeat. There h very little being made, awing to the limitation of credit* ud it* unpopularity ? mourlty In these day*, when men want to stand prepared against hourly contingencies, %nd when govemmeoi and other atocka offer the tempta tion of a high rate of Interest combined with tbe conveni ence of being salable at a*y time, wbleb is no longer always lbs can* with mercantile paper. There baa been Tory little done in foreign exchange daring tbe week, ?wing to the light importations and large exports going forward, end tbls feature of our trade Is likely to con tinue. Tbe legitimate demand for geld for easterns dutim and export being tbos greatly reduced, a strong support ts withdrawn from tbe ? bull" side 0. tbe gold market, Md Una has a teadeoeto counteract tbe infiuence of speonlation for as advance. BMkers' bills for sterling wars quoted near the eluee of the week at 108 e V (gold rate) at sixty days from sight, and no a j* at three days, rranos range from 6 11 to 6.16. WM* differences af opinion exist rnltb regard to lbs future course of speculation, and sassy . f di-posed to plena undue importance upon tbe result of the r. ribeom tag election. The argument of the McQeilnn side to, that ? Mr Lincoln should be re-elected the war Is lively to be prolonged ever n longer ported than if the democratic candidate ts triumphant, and that a vast ncr-aoe ?' the public debt, and much further deprecia 4-oa of tbe currency wdl he inevitable. Tbe argument of tbo opposite side Is tbot If Ms Minn Is elected public confidence in tbe national credit will be shaken and politicians 0: tbe dsmooratK party will bag in to talk of measures ending io repudiation. But both these arguments are prejudiced, end th# (store of th * nattoaal floaaoeo depends lees upon lbs success of either candidal* than many are dlepoeed to believe. Whether Mr. Ltnoola or Oeucral McClsUaa presides in tbe White House dsring tbe next four ywt I' ? matter of IttUe consequence, as com P?red with tbe proper management of tbe monetary ^PUre of tbo government, and whatever tbe result af lbs coolest may be, tbe present financial policy ef tbo oountry must be changed if tbe ultimate dksastert which U Is Inviting are to be averted. Tbe funding of tbo grantor part or the national currency afloat so aa to cam | pel tbe reduction of the gold premium te a point above whieh, wtth judicious legislation, u could never bare risen, and a modification of the National Buk law affect ing their paper iesuee, are imperatively called for, and it will be tbe first duty of Congress to take lato sen- us consideration this Important subject. Tbe public debt Is undergoing augmentation at a rate so enormous that further paper mossy expansion will aggravate tbe existing evil in s rapidly Increasing ratio. Tot the policy of papcr-moory inflation is being sleaduy per severed In, end tbe iacubes Is dally becoming greater. Our national debt la nearly two thousand millions, end of MM* $067,006,873 was In tbe form of currency issues at tbe end e< September (exclusive of more than fifty three millions of national bank paper), ud It must be remembered that the currency Is tbe basis npoa which tbe entire debt rests, for it not only regulates tu vaius lor tbe time being, bat tbe entire Income and expesdtlura ef the government, customs duties end interest ob gold bearing bonds excepted. Tbos U>e mora the ourreocy la dilated the greater will be lis depreciation and the more rapid tbe Increase ef the na ttoaa! debt Tbe dangers tad evils ettendisg the pest Md prsseol fioaoclnl policy of tbe governmsnl are obvi ous enough but still no disposition is shown to modify It, and the worst blunders of Mr. COase have been repeated by his no lam incompetent successor, and are llksly to be' I continued tui legislation steps,in Md providas a remedy. Whichever, therefore, may be toe dominant party, tbe future of tbe float,t-ee of thla country may be SMIly foreseen seism measures era adopted to oouoleracl lbs ?urrnney ?*" so Improve lbs value of tbe pepsr dot lar. Then tbe government muat rely upon loans at their market price to meet tbe ex ee? of tu expenditure over receipts, aud the prioe of lie bonds will be ef very little oeaaequeooe In oemparieon with tbe vaiua of tba paper doHar, by tbe appreciation of which, eoosniuMt upon the withdrawal ef the bulk of tbe currency afloat its ?spines woe id be reduced probably one-third, wbile the Mil re property of the nanus would be proportionate ly enhanced In S pee is vaiuo. 1 Tbe flaaaeml transactions of the Halted Maim Pub Treasury Is tbls oily dsrlag the past week ere exhibited ta the aa [tared table R'rnrh fnm P*ml (jemimas-it Outtoma. Jhrypt Fmtfmt ufa Loam Honda v $129,886 >.967,146 1,780.641 1,806,16* Tu4?Mlay 169,U00 2,438,860 1,4k*,284 2.964,600 Wedeaeda, ... 197.0O0 6/129,379 4,231.863 8,000 000 Tb-?rM?J 191.000 7.660.209 fl.166,272 2.117.000 I?*; 164.060 1,676,108 1,488,170 818,000 161,000 4.072,100 1,278,6?? 304,790 . ??M.flw? 26 441.402 16.2VT.TM B,88*.360 Last wash... 6i?,?x? 14,276,140 18,486,192 76*,3flO ?Tbe baiMoe left in tbe Mb Treasury oa Saturday was 836,617.Ill against $24,873,800 os band gt the Close of the previous week. ^6 Hfial Imports si Maw Task for tbs week sompers As fMleers with former returns!? V j^'Hwadty |jp* 30 7 Ort 1? o* 31. Py^gPti>...s jil7,904 78t,l?9 lb'2 6Vt 7MSH UUHI 1AM jig > f*i* iUSW VM4AW 2^15,M, The New T?n dry goede Imports for (ha w*?k com pare as follow* *U? former retaru* :? FrtSowk. 1882. 1W3 1884 Kntored at the porl . $<9.5,140 1,139,703 788,511 Thrown on ru.rkel. 888,134 1,032.463 1,283,578 &inc? Juttuui y i. Rntered at tbe port 4T.T81.488 83,4S$,ttT 87,074 281 Thrown on market 62.503.U21 31,354,412 60,678.420 lb* following national baukt wara authorized daring Ibt week coding October 22, sural of ttieui beiug cod versions (mm State m-iiiulione Vary (aw new banks are now being organized.? AatiM Locution. Capital. First Gcnaaeo, III flOU.OOU Keystone Bank Erie, Pa 160 000 Knot Dank Hoawm, Haas 600,000 Connecticut River Chirli-stowo. N.li 100,000 Farmers' and Mechanic*'.... Philadelphia .2,000,000 l'enn flank Philadelphia 3.<0,ooo Philadelphia Bank Fblladalpbia .. ..1.500 000 Bunk of Northern Lfbortioa... Philadelphia 600,0"0 Com Kxcbange Bank Philadelphia.. 600,000 City Bank Philadelphia. .... 400,000 Total capital $6,200,(00 Previously authorised. 81,811,420 Aggregate $08,111,420 The following bonks bars increased their capital ? Original ' apitaL Prttent Cap.toj^ First Orwell, Vt.- $50,000. First rougbkeepsic, N Y. 100,000 126,000 Which increase added to the above makes the total amount of capital $08,181,420, leaving $291,838,680 yet to ba taken before the amount author ised by the law is reached. Tbe amount of ourroooy tuned daring the week wm $1,481,300, and tbe whole amount of bills now la circulation is $66,868,030. A large proportion of tho currency now being Issued ts to replace tbe notes of the State bank* that bate organised under the national law. The followlag named Philadelphia banks have resolved to relinquish their Slate charters and form under the Notional Banklag law, as soon as the preliminary arrange meats can bo e(Tected:?Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank, Commercial Bank,Corn Kxcbange Bank. Banker Northern Liberties, City Bauk, Remington Bank, Bank of Com meroo and the Bauk <>( Peon Township. Tboy have an aggregate capital of $5,262,850. There are eleven other banking im-titution.* in tbe city, audit la thought that all tbe rut will follow the couree of the above man Honed. A petty fra; d says a Philadelphia piper,and one likely to deceive, has boon discovered by tho c i her of one of the banks of that oity. A fifty doll ?r three years' seven and three-tenth* coup u noie, i-aued iu August, 1864, with the coupons cut on. w>s offjred for deposit u legal tender currency. A'mo?t any one nrg it be deceired with one of those notes, while, with the coupons detached, (her ere not worth over forty colters each. Hie Marietta and Cincinnati Riilroad earned during the second week in October $20,6?8 against 818,433 ftr the same time last year, showing sn increase of $'2,206 Tbe New Orleans f'tetyum of tho 15th tnst. reports tbe cotton transactions of tbe dsy previous as follows:? 60 bales middling sold at $1 25. which may be regarded u a fair quotation, although holders ask $1 to. Also, at auction. 66 bales, as follows:?10 pickings at 43c., 10 strict ordinary at 90c ,16do.,iot"olots,at94^c ; 10 good ordinary at the same, 10 do at 95.XC., and 10do at !i6c. There is a very limited amount oifertng, and holders are quite stringent In their pretensions low middling is now quotsd at $1 17 X a $1 *20. and middling at $1 35. Tbe following is tho Now Orleans cotton statement for the week ending October 13:? Stock on hand September 1,1864, bales 4,575 Received during the week 48T Received previously 5,1ST Total ; 10,239 Exported during tbe week 758 Exported previously 6.13T Stock on hand sot cleared 4,344 Tbe following sale* of government cotton were made at Cincinnati on tbe 17th inet:? 60 bales 93 x 19 bales 100 11 95 50 97 X 57 96 37 105 K 46 97 X 2 108 46 102 6 41 80 103 12 101X 22 100 CITY OOllNERCIAL REPORT. Saturday, Oct. 33?6 P. M Asass.?Receipts, 50 bbla. Tbe market wan firmer with small ealea at $41 a $1136 for pete, and $13 60 n $13 for pearls. BSBADSTOfTB.?Receipt*, 16,359 bbla. Hour, 300 bbla. and 013 bags corn meal, 48,647 bushels wheat, 64,150 do. corn, 95,976 do onts, end 595 do. melt. Tbe floor market was 6c. a 10c. better, but quiet, tbe demand being re stricted to the wonts et the local trad* TSs light ar rivals have the effect to strengthen tbe views or holders, It being now tolerably certain that tbe close of inland navigation will And as with short winter supplies; sales 10,000 bbls. Stele and Western, 760 Southern, end 600 Canadian. Rye flour and com meal were quiet end ?toady in price, with only a jobbing trade. We quote ? ?eperfise State and Western fleer $8 60 n 8 66 litre State 8 80 e 8 86 Cbeiee State 9 00 n 9 00 Oemmen to media a extra Western......... 9 00 a 0 10 fetra re and hoop Ohio 9 75 a 10 26 Western trade branOn 1*30 n 11 50 Entrall. Louie 0 76 a 13 26 Oemmen Son therm 10 36 n 11 00 Fnnnr men extra ee 11 16 n 14 00 Cemmnn Canadian 0 96 a 9 35 Meed tn ebomo and am* 9 40 a 12 00 Rpe Hear, super fine 8 00 a 0 76 Oara meal, bnis 7 66 n 8 00 Cora menu paaeneooe 36 00 a 36 50 ?Wheat was scarce and held above the views of buyers. We beard of only three boat loads >e4 sad amber winter Western et $2 30 Tbe market may be quoted nominally lc. a 2c. better. Rye waa Arm at $1 40 for Western. Com waa scaroe and lc. dearer. sales 30,000 bnsbela, at $1 64 for Western mixed. Onts were also scarce and lc. bigber. with a moderate business at 86c. a 90c. Bar ley was steady, with islet of 14,000 buabels, at $1 70 lot Canada Eaet, and |1 96 for Canada Went. Unit was unlet, and prices nominal. Coal.?Domestic was quiet at previous prices. Foreign continues scarce < orro.?We note sales of 20 bags Lagnsyrs at 38X&, and 62 do. Kloat 3U},e. Ohto.v ?Tha demand waa leas active, but prices have advanced, with aalea of 250 bairn. We quote:? l>*and. Florid* Mobil'- If. O. 6 7. Ordinary 05 00 97 98 Middling 119 120 120 121 Good middling 123 124 123 128 Fastens very doll. To Liverpool, by American, 13 tons St. Domingo logwood at 7a 6d., and 100 tons oil. oaks at 2s. 64 a 6a. by neutral, 100 toes tallow, Ac , at 7e. 6d , sod by sieamer, 2.600 pkgs butter and cbease at 20a. a 25a. Do Hamburg, per steamer, 6,000 bag* codes, 30s- 1 000 do. pepper, 85s., and measurement goods, 60s s 60s. A British ship from Newcastle to New York, 'reel, ?17 per keel, and a ship, 1,198 tons, from Baltimore to Panama, coal, p v. I tor - Scotch pig waa a shade easier, with a fatr bnsi neaa doing: sale* of 800 tone l.artenerrle and Glengar nork at $00 a $61, and 300 do on terms not made public. American may be quoted at $60 a $68 for Noe. 1 and 2 Na**i srosm.?We nonce sales of 8.5 bola common rof id et $20. Tar was dull etid unchanged. Oil*.?Linseed remained quiet at $1 36. Crude sperm asd whale were quiet, hut steady in price. Our ant ?Sales 60 hags Western at $76 Px-inoLsrn ?Receipts, 816 bbie Tbe market for crude and refined, free, waa exeited to-day, and with an active speculative demand prices went up 2c. a 4c., with a moderate business at tbe advenes, the Noble Well waa reported to bare given out, and this, combined with tbe email atook and light receipts, formed tne basis of the spernlative movement In crude. Tbe tales were about 3.200 bbls., on tbe spot and deliverable this meatb, el from 43c. e 46c ; 1,100 do. refined, in bond (wh:cb waa steady i, at 04c. e 66c., and 2,200 do. free (mostly in email lots) at from T7>;c. a 80c. Benrtne was quiet. Paovisinns.?Rece pts, 669 bbla. pork, 23:i peonages beef, 23 da cat meets, end 613 do. lord The pork mar ket wee firmer, bat quiet. Tbeeelee on the si?t com prise 3 00" bbla., at $39 a $39 60 far old mess, $41 76 e $42 60 for new do., cash end regular way, closing at $42, cash, for new do., $3* a $3* 00 for prime, and$41 a $42 50 for prim# dm. also, tor future delivery, 1,000 bbla. new mess for all November, buyers' option. at $42 76. lbs beef market was steady, with aalea of 250 bhie., at $8 e $12 for country discs. $13 a $18 far repacked mem, sad $19 a $24 for extra do. Beef hams wera la demand, with ea.ee of 75 bbla . at 125 for Western. Cut meats were nth I firm and active, wiih eaiee of 140 packages, at 17e. a $18 tc. for shoulders, and lee. a 2<ic. for ham* sis* 1.000 gr?en bams, in bulk, at 19c If,000 city cured do. etSoc.and 1,000 package* plaie bagged heme at 16c The lard market was steady, with only oely a moderate bueiueae doing tale* 1.900 bbls., el 19c. a 30c for Na 1, 2014c. a Sic. for fair to prime steam dried, end SIX*, e 22e. for kettle rendered flutter wee doll and heavy at 30c a aec. for Western end 86r. a d6e. for State Cheese wee quiet at 12c a 21c. Tor common to prime. Rncae ? Wo notice aelne of 78 mala cassia at 6?c a 66c., aad emeli lot* of pepper at 36 xc. a 86c. id was m " " Hcgab ?Tbe demand was moderate, with ealea of 277 hhdr Cuba auacavado at lOfce. a 20c ; 40 d<>. Now (*rie*oe at 19e. a 21a, and 64 Dbds. Porto Rioo at 21c. HeOned waa quiet, without particular change in value. Tallow.?Market quiet , tales 60,009 lbs. at 16c. 16 Va?tbe latter price for city. Ida ?Tbe demand wrs light, the eely tales being 300 half cheat* oolong at $1 02 a $1 06. WHieter ? Receipts, 413 bbla. Market ? shade firmer, with sales of n*> bole, at $1 73X a H 76 for Stat* and I Western Omatr'i taqaiit. ' fiTJl Re 11.10*0 C*JC*LTT?a Bot Rca Or* An Kitim?About ?i|hi o'clock on -Saturday ?t?oio|, Jaha H. Maaa, a tail tblriaae yaara of at*, ta rldiof op lava oa aar 121 of tha Saveath itmim Una, attbar jompad or Ml froa tba frat platform la Tbompaon (treat, naar Amity, aad railing aa tba tract tba wbaal paaacd over bla braaat, craablng bim In aucb a manner thai daatb aa eaad diraaily adarvarda. Hla rename vara eoaeayad la tba nftaaath practaei aUttaa rwmaa, vaara foronar Wilder avoaaqoaaUy bald aa laqnaat. from tba art daaaa bdJocad II appeared that tba oeearraaaa *u aoei deaUl, aad UM jury aeaordra|ly randarad a eerdtet to tbaf rtaot, Robert Mirpby, drlrar of tba oar, wbom tba pattaa airaatad at tba Una or tba MoMent, waa dtoebarg ad by Oaroaar Wllaay. Daoaaaad Ufad with bit uaraau it? Waft Tahiti * Bread ewd tk? Dakar*. TO TUI KUITUM or Win HBKALP. Dtere I* oo article" of food the wool of which u so severely felt as bread. And lb ere i? do claas of artisnus wboae ounduol U so much remarked upon end at lime* ?o loudly oomplelnod of as that of the biker*. The cob ee me >ce mi ibet ranai government* la tUe Old World have jiaaerd laws ? emulating their hualaaaa, and oom pulling (bera to give a certain amount of bread tooorreapoud with the market price or floor. Assises of broad have aleo bera oomotou ta our own country, regulated geoe rally by the municipal aulbortUoo la the large towae, and ta old timna through procloaaatioao from the mayors Kioto bare not been unfrequeet la oooaequeuoe of the high prioe of broad, aod it k remembered by moot of your readers that flour aleree bore been aaokod even I n tbe city of Now York. Whenever a famine threatens a large population the grot act of a hungry mob to to break open the bakers' shop* aod appropriate the contents. Paasiug by with aorno roluotauaa the curious history whiob boleaga to the subject, it ta doatgued only to ooa alder tbe high and disproportionate prions uow demanded for broad, oa ascertained by scientific oboerratiua aod analysis. Though unable to obtain from the bakers tbemselrea the luforraatioa required to oonvlot tbem of overcharges, yet there la aulhority to whloh wo may resort to And out what Is the real proportion botwotn the coal of flour end the prioe charged for bread. Dr. Iborauos, an ominont chemist or Scotland, treating of thkaub^eot, aayo:?"A nook of flour, wolghlog two hundred end eighty pounds end measuring Ave bushels, ta capable of forming eighty to eighty in quartern loaves, the quartern loaf being four pounds fifteen ounces avoirdupois, though praoltoaJly and ouatomarlly to England it is but four pounds. To flya bushem aru added four and a half pounds of salt dissolved in a pail ful of warm water. After three hours an additional pailful of water la added and miked, aod after same other hours Ore pailetul more. When the various knead cge are competed, the mixture being otherwise modified by the action of yeast, alum, soda, cblorobydric acid or any otber substance, accordion to the particular practice of ibe baker, It la placed in tbc oven, lhe loss by baking, or tiring as it is cslled, In a quartern loaf of four pounds fifteen ounce* is found to bo nine ounces olgnt drain* only. Dr Ure, quoting from Dumas' "Chimin Appliquee," and speaking of I reach bread, nays tbat - 'a ruck of hour weighing J59 kthigrimuiei (the kilogramme Is 1,000 gruumu'S, each gr .mine equivalent to 22 068 grams hag lish in tilhor words, It h ?.'20548 lbs. uvotrdup lis), pro duces 102 loaves, weighing 202 kilogrammes?ibe m?au y e.d being about ?.dl kilogrammes of broad lor 100 ol ibe flour cm, .oyad. uud admitting tbat common fluur conuius 0 17 of water, tbe product would be 150 kdo grammes of breed for 100 of flour absolutely 3ry. Dr. Kernays, in bis admirable work on ''Household Chenns try," a-iya (i age 25| tbat "throe pounds of Hour usually retain, alter UakiDg, one p"uud of water." It is tiiere ore evident tbat,from a barrel of flour is produced a much larger weight ot bread than pound for pouul. According to the practice of tbc English bakers 91 quarteru loaves aro produced from u sack or Ave bushels o: Hour, weighing 280 lbs Those quartern loaves ol 4 the. each would be equal to 804 loaves ol l lb. each, and the proflt would ol courso depend ou the price ol fluur aud tbat or breid at tbe time tbc lattor was manufactured. As all attempts made to asoertain trom our bakers their system ol working up their flour have failed us we are driven to comparisons id order to get at the truib. Taking a barrel of flour of 190 pounds, at $19 per barrel, we have a fair average at present pricos, at our baxers use no less than uvc diilerent qualities ol Hour, low as well as high grades, in making ordinary bread. This, converted to the usual way, coueistiog largely of water, salt, and perhaps other materials, would produce of bread ooe thlrd m?re in weight, or about 23IK pounds, which, ut 6 J* cents, the present prioe of loave* weighing but three-quarters of a pound, would produoe $16 31 per barrel- The barrel itseii is now worth at leaal fifty cents more, and may oe added. So Mutt the profit on working a barrel or Hour costing $10 into bread is $6 81. Dies, cakes, Ac., are sold at a higher rale tbau bread, and ua tbeir quality and taste are much changed by the addition Of sweets, fillings, Ac., a oommeoer kind of flour Is used with impunity. Nothing ts more certain or mora com mon then ;o bear housekeepers complain of the poorness of the cake which is now sold In the shops The fact is that the mixture of poor dour with good la so easily dis guiaed by the addition of oertaln articles, tbat we may rest assured tbe bakers use floar ordinarily or a prioe below the quotations of even good superfine, and, of course, their profits are inoreased In proportion Six dollars gained on ton must soon enable an industrious baker, with a good custom, to retire from business and sink tot shop. The wrong at the present time is tbat actually within tbe last month, though flour has fallen at least $3 per bar rel, not only ts tbe price kept up, but tbe loavce, rolls, twist, Ac , are diminishing lu aiae aad weight. Though gold has I alien nearly ninety per oent within u few weeks, the bakers have made no increase In tbe size ol their bread or reduction in tbe price. On tne contrary, the size has been constantly diminishing. Under these circumstance# It ts a consideration of some moment whether the Common Council should not at once pass an assise ordinance to protect consumers? especially tbe poorer class?Irom the unfair demands of bakers, wha, on a thousand barrels of flour converted Into bread, pocket a proflt of about $7,000. Id I*aris, whers the government takes car* that bread shall never be dear, tbe assise la fixed every flrteen days, by order of the polioe; and It is also eoroguiaiea tu many cities on tbe Continent, in this country we have not only nad assizes of bread, but at one time, both in New Jersey and Alabama, tbe prices of entertainment in taverns were fixed by law. For many years there was a regular assize of bread both la New York and Albany If, therefore, the bakers continue to charge sixty per cent proflt una more upon the bread they give us, dis regard the fall In gold aad give ua smaller loaves as flour grows cheaper, we may very properly call on tbe Com* moo Council for an assize. If thorn who furnish us with the staff of life make us pay such unfair and exorbitant prices far It w* shall ba justified, to use a homely ex preaaion, in making tbem ?'cut their stick." O. P. Q. Trials at Pwllca Headquarters. TBI 208X9 KAM1LT ? KM ODD MUIAKI?H0 CA9B OP OFPIOflB MBAQSBK?TBI HIBTOKT OP A PAIS OP ODD BOOTS?A LAWYBB COMPLAINS AOAlNflr A DOOBMAN, ETC. Citizen Horaoe P. Jones, of 1S7 and 189 Mercer street, appeared before the Beard as complainant against officer Henry F. Jonea under tbe following rather curious cir cumstance!:?Citizen Jones, according to bia statement, sold a aulky to some parties ta Baltimore for the sum of $160, cash sale, tbe money to be received before the sulky was sent on. He was surprised at receiving a let ter shortly after asking him why the aulky was not forth coming, Inasmuch as the money had been sent to him. Subsequently e gentleman from Baltimore, acquainted with both parties, ceiled oa him, and, upon hi* stating that he had recoived no money, paid him aad took the sulky Ciliaen Jonea was then informed that the money bad bean sent per Adams' Express, sod accordingly applied to that office and found tbat the money, watch was directed '? H. F. Jones," had been taken by officer Jonea, who bad signed hli name aa a po llceman, at tbe sams time giving the number of bis shield Officer Jones said In defence that ba rsolved a note some lime ago from the superintendent of Adams' Ex press Company stating that a money package awaited him thero from Baltimore. He went to tbe office, but, although be bad been in tbe habit of reoelving money from the (South, could not think this was for him Tbe eag* was marked 37 and 39 Mercer street: but it bad sent there, and no li. F. Jones being at that place it was supposed to be for blm. The company told him to take the money and keep it until he beard something further about II. This be did, preserving it id the origi nal package, and in that shape produced It belore tbe Board The mistake arose from tbe direction on the package, which was marked 37 and 39, Instead of 137 and 139 Mercer street. Officer Jooe* was of course exoner ated, and citizen Jonea went sway with bis money In bla pocket aod satisfaction In hn counteoaoce. The next ease of Importance was one invelvtag tbe history of two odd bonis. Uuizen Julius Berliner, who keeps a shoe store oo the west side of tbe town states tbat a young man came into his place and wanted to bay a pair or boots for $2. for which the charge was $S. that aa the young man was very anxious to buy a pair of boots at tbat price be accommodated biro with a couple of odd ones. Shortly after tbe victim had left lb* store be ascertained tbe boots were both for the same loot aad came back to get his money. This being denied him, tie called officer Meagoer, of tbe Twenty-eighth precinct, to asetst in getting his money. Bore Is where the trouble began, rilizeb Berliner sayt tbe officer assaulted aod In sulted bim, and finally arrested and took htm part of the way to the station house, but refused to take blm any further that he thaa went to tbe station house himself aad mode o zmplalat against the offioer that upon the officer's arrival at tbe station house be saw Burlioer and bm friend ibere and made an aaaault upon the rriead. Officer Meagber elated that there was s large and ex cited crowd about tbe store, listening to the argument between the complement and bis customer, and tbat be arrested Berliner, who was disorderly, ih?t when be got him pert way to the station honor be gave blm in charge of another officer and returned u> iook up tbe young man a* a witness. Meantime the buyer of tbe bo is bad been rernnded hw two dollars and bad skedaddled. It was shewn by other witnceeea that a breach of thopeare wae tmmioent, and, further, that oo iwiu.i whs committed in tbe station bouse. It appear#*, therefore, that the olfi car waa simply doing hw duty Doorman McCutry, or the Twelfth precinct, waa com plained of by citizen Jnn.ee Q. Beebe, who stated tbat be was s lawyer, doing husineee at 243 Broadway. Citizen Beebe stated that be was arrested and taken to tbe Twelfth precinct station bouse, wbere ba wse lacked up oyer night, that be gave doorman Mi Clary a ten dollar note to get bim some segars and refreebmeute, but that the doorman did not get the articles nor return the money. MeClary denied the charge i* tuto, Sergeant Barrett staled that be arreeted Citizen Beebe m tbe Third avenue cars, be being drunk and disorderly; that be lo>k blm to tbe etattoo house, where be Jumped ap on the railing end said he had been nrreeted because be was a republican. tbat be wee a nephew of Judge Beebe, Ac. Sergeant Phillips, who wae in com mand, ordered blm locked up, and gave the doorman especial orders sM to go near htm during the alghL aa fee waa faarfel tbe prleoner might make trouble. Upon being requested to leave bla valuables at tbe desk be refused, and took tbem with blm to the cell. The doer, man atatee that fee did net go to tbe cell during tb* night, nad that be received no money from tbe cemplamaat. cm too Beebe stated be waa net drunk or disorderly, aad tb us tbe eaao rested. The remainder of tb* trials war* udimportant. Rm Aaxtavr a Raiiboao. ?Tb# United States aethe rltles have brought a soil against tb* Metropolitan Rail road company of (his etty tot dechoing to make retarna u> the Internal Raven oe Department of their baalbaaa aa a manufacturing corporation. Tbe compear manufac ture* it# own care The penally for not m*?ia? tbe re took in question M RM?IMm /to VtotJ ?? tbe New York "ssssari1??.x-rJS?. ? ????? ? I b..e 'never Mm tO? U.t leutli of big men. nor yol ?' *7ri?d? know It. I do greatness is nut my mum*. . f g0 j Wisn u> ?oi w^u to be ssastler lh*" "b*1comparing, melee myself ?'??<?" by d^.?,v*"^TT? bhm.eii s?>d I gun* ur. Idoooiu eg d y M>a bin lady tlint be wu the " tog' of the 1 romdency ? ib# tbe ''Utile-" > h*vo known ?- * ?UP" rest to save tbe o?mi*>- It r ?w# ^,,,1 go to Hut yesterday tbe (f cue ml s>ld to me, worn nee McClellau." "l? ii e case ?f mustf" 1 replied. ?<)t m to me." "I'D en, Oeeeml, yon c"ro"""(V. ta .<bubnt ltoudos L md u> inyaelf, Modellen In not M ?nuns Man." It In well to know brat now, ***""? pirh.pi when lie m.y be big-mud M God 'lfto, Tloubo'be will uot know me. lie done not know it him "t b&if pent night o'clock thin momlnf lbe Oe"<^[ frmud M.ud mysell.wttto n nnrrnnt od hin kxoe?o?^ 01 1118 2? Srrmsss?rei ss ts ??/to Irish women, of th. common school of our Brld?aU. u? the card. nod introduced us mto the reception 3!s=aM?w?=KSBj5 -jasrsa-S"w.??ff? man" would coute to In t tow mlnutno, ??SaS U^tlitto ourluusly ertmloleg the llttto ^leoi of boys and Rlrln. f? 006 .r Uj.jrid " Ou the ?pi >' no "there ^ wss^'rolied up 'another portrait of Moi lellnii. ta.ow ami instincts of him SSSssS of waiting sped on, and I turned over the i ?? of * I be album. Tbe portraits ?ro all lamlly ouea, 3 of Buroiide, and that of th. two Princes uf iMM sr?v Kn^. Z rd,:r.ebd'nwore thick bouts, like ? 'SKKTCwd lo mind Ul.rw.rl,, Mc,u.. I. IP. Orel :u, .. a??;i^"jw5L'n?r,:,n%"iu:a\K with wdloh ho Is gifted. , IB(j frBukness, and I saluted the Wbod?} hlm be gave us his hand like 00 al.ln* w .ba *>.<! , purely can* -gSSBtim*?2S JuKSStSi" ssa??a.... ? |?. wet. Welcome, ? rBpld as tbe want of His acceul Is good bl'Bl^cn ^fmO0UaKe which js practice permits a r>t^tlllDt which we o lored uot his own. A^f^*^f"Xaurar tbi Presidency, bim oo his nomlnaUoin ,0eme 0f conversation eith.r r n.s a^wswasJS "?St,o"?a?.irl? ?l?r.W <? ap. iS ? "? "SRS WP< -PSSJyft H&^-ifSssr-,s?s??5 T^faSr:..T.r;rrr.ra^ Uni,w*?He Ui alP.r iPua.P1. 00 ol"w P'"*0"11- M i?V w?Hlo? U M M?Ut prosidooty" M. uYus ~ ?.a? ?lb. mm Intimatefrin'knoss, ??d without giving to bis answer . 0f the problem of self govern mtortorS Motrmln rou a great question of admjura tr^.V know 1?I fool the weight of the responsibility," bo also rt(riie<l in the m mt nature manner, and a. if be bow call blm a coward, would, if he wero Preeiaeni 10 ?r.? ?Tbt.?. " nronoeed- he spoke of all with iraoknew and with mmmsM If Jn^flue a?f, Ml MWr.aPiyiP. w-a.'bl?* ,rt' wtl" " ^nr^r wssrs mm .ru,.u.toi ^r.^much light m It w - potolble" ii the borlsoo in which it was its fate to arise. . p^Tt'h.1 HuiioLTthe floetmg palaoto o< NewYork. thV*obefs msds prlsob?r-by^berh d.Tmpmr. and bound by bandcodk. Uthlstobo^he UnionV .... Mow Yoaa, Sept. 23.1&?* Terrible Tragedj Wear Windsor, Ca nada. MDKDU or THBBI CHILDSBM BT TUIR FATBU? auciDs or tbs mukpvbih, kto. [From tbs Montreal Gazette, Oct. 21.] On Sunday afternoon the inhabitants of the quiet and picturesque Utile Tillage of Old Windsor wsrs horrified by the di?coyery 01 a dreadful crime, Involving the death of (our persona, which had just been committed In the bouse of a mas named John Cook, a barber, at Old Windsor Qreen. It seems that s man went to Cooks bouss on Sunday aftarnson for the purpose of being shared, but, on knocking, con Id not obtain any answer. This attracted tbe atten tion of tbe neighbor*, who then recollected that they bad not aeen or beard anything o< Cook or hie family during the morning. The assistance of a police constable was at once obtained, and on the boos* being entered and tbe various room* searched, tbe evidences of a fright ful and cold blooded murder were revealed. In tbe front room lb* bodiee of three little girls, aged respectively about foar, sli and eeven years, children of tbs man Cook, who bnd, It is ballsved, poisoned tbs little Innocents with sulphuric srld or vitriol, diluted with lea?wera dia soversd undressed and laid out Tboas, from tbs appoar anee of tbs bodies UWd been dead several days, probably s week. 1b tbe front room up stairs?a bedroom?Cook himself was found with bis throat cut In two large gashes; he was still alive and uodreaaed, while lying by bis side wlib her throat cost was s little girl, bis daugh ter, sight years sf age, also alive. Proceeding to tbs up stairs back room lb# party found tba sldast daughter, n girl twelve years of age, who bad beea poisoned with tbs snlphurie ecld, bnt was still living; while in the down stairs back room was discovered a pall containing blood, over which Cook had evi daaily held bis head while attempting to oommtl sale Ida Tbs discovery of tbs m order was mads aboat three ? clock, sad s messenger was Immediately despatched to Windsor for the assistance of Dr. K. I'earl, High street, who shortly hurried over to Old Windsor, sad did all that medical sctenea could administer for tbe eurvlving sufferer*. Tbs girl whose throat bad been cut wat removed to the Windsor Inbrmary, and is or was ?till alive The eldest gtrl, who was poisoned, remains at Old Wtadeor. and was llkewisa living. Cook, who was about thirty eigbl, aspired about seven o'clock on Son day aveniog. Although tbs tbrso youngest children would appear to bars been murdered nearly a west back, It seems that Cock did not attempt to take away tbe lives of the two oldest children till about Friday last, while the murderer bun ?elf was seen out In the village, as It Is understood, en Saturday, io that It would appear that Cook bed has! lated till the last moment before be attempted to com mit sulolda Tbs rasor with which this miserable mas eat hla own throat and that of bis child, together with a vessel containing n mliturs of vitriol, tea and treacle, tss remainder of the potaoo which had destroyed the three youngsst children, bar* beea found. No motive<has as Rbeea ascertained for the commission of tbs murder, bouse bore sigas of poverty, though food?broad and bailor?was found A subssripUoa bad, It is under stood, bass raised In Cook's behalf, wblob, ft Is stated, was not si hassled. Several couaty court orders and ? ??notles to gait" wars, however, discovered, sad this, eoupisd probably with the death of the unfortnaals men's wlio, wbtoh occurred la J sly, may have sheeted bla mlad. IkmwriiMBB ov Maoksssu?The number of mackerel Imported Into tbs district of Gloscsetsr daring tbs gns?r far ending September go, 1844, was 18,064 barrels, valued at $184,611. Number Imported during tbe present month ?* date, Mitt barrel*, valued at|980,M?. Total. 44,OST barrel#, valued at $424,141. These are maeksrsi wktok have bees landed at Caaso by oar to blag fleet and freighted Mrs in MagHaa VottM tr Rtw Pvbliwtloaa. Tfeg following ti ? complete listof the a** publics lioai received at the Hnn&u> odicr lo October IV ? UKNKUAL LITERATURE. Naomi Torrrete. tbe History o( n Woman. A novel. By GerlrndeK. da Viugut. Published by John Brad burn. New York. IVbales and 1'rooeedlngs of the Pence Convention in 1801. Uy L. F, Chillond?u, one of tb<. iJelegates. Pub llsbed by D. Apptstou A (Jo., New York. l.ife of Abraham I.lnoola presenting hie early history, political career and apeeciiee in aud out of longr***, and also a general view of bia polioy as I'reeideut oi the United Ma toe By Josaih H. Barrett. Publiabed by Moore, W Detach tx Bnldwia, Cincinnati Thn Finger Poet to Public Business- containing tbe m de of forming and couducMug eocietine, clubs and other organized aaaooi itiona By an ex-niumber ol the Philadelphia bar. Published by I>lck A Fitzgerald, New York. The Adirondack, or. Life in tbe Woods. By J. T. Head ley. Published by Cbarlea Scribuer, Now York. Manual of tbe Common Council of tbe Buy of New York. By D. T. Valentin* Tbe Life aud Campaigns of General McClellnn By G, B. HI Hard. Published by J. B. Lippincotl, Philadelphia. I.laoolnana; or, the Humnra of Uorle Abe. By Andrew Adderup. Published by J. K. leeks. New York. Ike Fourth Number of tbe Complete Worts of Arch bishop Hughea. Published by tbe American Newa Com pany, New York. Imogens; or, The Marble Heart. A Novel. By Pierce Egan, Ksq. Published by Dick k Fitzgerald, New York. Transactions of tbe Illinois Natural Historr Society, Edited by U 1). tVilber, and publiabed by Bailhaoho k Baker, SpriogQeld, Illinois. Downs Reserve, or. The Mystery of Wishing Well. A Novel. By Margaret Blount. Published by Krederio A. Brady, New York. Customs of Servtoe for Non commissioned Officers and Soldiers, aa'Practiced in the Armies of tbe United States. By General August V. Kautz. Puoliabed by J. B Lkpplu c?tt k Co., Philadelphia, and for sale by James Miller, New York. I Brisbane's Golden Ready Reckoner. Published by Dick k Fitzgerald, New York. ' Perriue's New Topographical War Map of the Southern Slates, arranged from the.latest Governmout surveys and Official Reports. Published by C. 0. Perrine k Co , in dunapolis, Indiana Wilisoo's Ixrger Speller; arranged according to the principles of Orthoepy and Grammar, with exerolses in Syuuuynia By Marcius WilUon. Publisuod by Harper A Broibera, New York. MndUrarn Chase A novel. By T. Adolphus Trollop*. Published by Harper k Brother'. Crusoe's Inland, California and Washoe. By J. Ross Browu. Published by Harper A Brothers. Peterson's New Cook Book, or, Use ul and Practical Ro ceipls lor the llousoaile aud the Uninitiated. Published by T. P. Peterson k BrolbeiS, Ptiiladelphia. Toe Haunted Tower. A novel. By Mm. Honry W->od. Published by Peterson, and for sale by Frederic A Brady, New York. Practical Hydropathy: including Plana for Baths. By job i Smediey. Published by Job Caudwell, London, England. A Manual of the Direct and Excise Tax System of tbe United Siaies. By George S. lioutwelL Published by Little, Brown fcCo., Boston. Songs and Poetical Dolt .ngs. Dedicated to tbe Ladles of America by Wrn. Marsh, Uoiie 1 Stales Causui, Altoua. Publisuod by H. W. Koeoeer k Co , Altoua. Marble Isle. Legends of tbe Round Table and Other Poems. By Sallte Bridges. Published by J. B. Mppin oott k Co., Philadelphia Number line of the Democratic Presidential Oamptlgn McCieil.in and Pendelton Songster. Original Campaign Songs, i boruses, to. Published by J. F. Fecks The Hero Boy; or. The LUe and Deeds of Lieutenant Ceoeral Grant. By Rev. P. C. Headley. Publiabed by Wm. H. Appleton. Mercantile Diotionary; la Engl lab, Span lib and French. By JvDe Veitello. Publisbod by D. Appletou A Co. ( brlstus Judex. A Traveller's Tale. By Edward Roth. Publiabed by Krederiok Leypoldl, Philadelphia. Semlde and Fireside Fairies. By A. L. Wister. Pub iisbei by Aabmead k Evans, Philadelphia. 1 be Cruise of tbe Alabama and tbe Sumter. Publiabed by Carieton, New York. Veritas auatriaoe. By M. G. F. Looeey, New York Tbe Adder's Don; or, Secrets of the Great Conspiracy. By Julia Smith Dye. Published by tbe Author. The London Quarterly Review Amerioau edition for July. Published by Leonard Scott k Co., New York. Record or an Examination before K. G. White, United Staiee Commissioner, in Relation to Forged Checks upon tbe United State* Assistant Treasurer of New York. Published by C. 8. Westcott k Go. ~ Tbe .National Quarterly Review for September Blackwook's Edinburg Mag>ziue lor .-epteuiber. Tbe American Monthly Knickerbocker lor October. 1 b<> Atlantic Monthly for October. Tba Cooliuenial Monthly for October. Hub's Journal of Health lor October. Harper'a New Mootbly Magazine for October. NRW MUSIC. We have received tbe following choice selection* of cew music, lately published by Mr. Horace Waters:? ??On lo Kicbmuod," by lira. Park hurst; "We'll All Go Home Again," by Tb<>mas M. Rogers; "Ibere Are Voices- spirit Voicea," by Mrs Parkburst; "Tbey lell Me I'll Forgot Tbee." by Jessie Lee, "Starlight Waltz," by Mrs Parkburst; "Come Rally, Freemen, Rally," by Jobs Adama; "I'll be True to tbe Stars and stripes," by Mr*. Kidder; "Picking Berries," by Edward A. I'erklos, ?'Moonlight and SlarltgUl," by James G. dark; "Wh.t la Horns Without tbe Children," by J. H. M. Nairnbtoo, "Tba Soldier's Dying harewell," by Mrs. Parkhurat; "Pong of tbe Mountain Girl," by Edward A. Perkins. Tbe Musical Boat for October, publiabed by James W. Fortune. New York. Beer k Scblrmer have Jus published the "War Prayer of tbe Natloh," composed by Cbnrles Relabel!. News From Natrhei. IMPORTANT OKDKK FROM ORNkHAL BRATMAM. Tbe following eitrncu are from General Order* No 32, Issued at Natchez recently by Brigadier General Bray man, commanding the post:? No citizen or person not connected with tbe military servioa will be permitted inside tbe fortiflcatlons of Fort McPberaon without permission from these headquarters. Tna oflicer commanding tba fortifications will see ibis order observed, and will cause tbe arrest and delivery to the provost marshal of persons offending for punishment. In ansa, be waver, any person in military service and ?ullertng from wounds or sickness shall desirs the attend - aoce of a clergyman <>f bts own denomination, such cler gyman may attend at any hour upon tba permit of tbe surgeon la chief. Clergymen of established loyally and fidelity to tbe government will be furnished witb like passes, renewable monthly. Officers sra forbidden making vlatta of condolence and sympathy aad maintaining correspondence not concern ing public bullosas with persona held m confinement under orders from these headquarters, such practices being unbecoming sod affording encouragement to offend ers. Tbe provost marshal and the officers in charge of tbe prison will each be held responsible for the due ob servance of this order. OW.ty aad extravagant presents, mck ax xer-ices ?f plate, itc., when given by per ton t Mifcinp praKtabU privileges at the kasuii gfofficers cotfroUing patronage, affords a tea./* presumptive, and too oftm convincing evid nee, thai the offi cer receiving Aa* betrayed the government or connived at the robbery of the helpless cituenx. Tbe adventurous trader and speculator who follows tbe army seeking unusual gains through great risks, seldom gives without hope of adequate return. He may claim certain rights and ade quate protection of bis business under tbe law, witbout fee or compeosatioo to any public officer. When ke pave large xumt in money, plate or eqvigape, which ik- lan d et not require, it may b* averred without lark ?f charity that ke has received mart than is kaovin to the law. lo all suob cases hereafter recurring, due military inquiry will ba made to asosrtaln the object, character and effect of such gifts, for tbe purpose of bringmg to punishment all par tita concerned, aa in thecaae of giring aad receiving bribes. Horse raclog and betting tbereoa Is forbidden, officers who offend will be placed in sweet, and held for trial or racomma >ded for summary dismissal fr m the service Soldier* will be held for trial and punishment, and if mounted men will be dismounted and required to do duty onjfoot. Arrivals mnd Departures. ARRIVAL*. Raw Obi.sak*?Steam*h!p Morning Star?Oeo P Brett, R D Smith, Mr and Mrs J it Kelly, W D Dimmook, Lyman Bl more, Julius Wolf, B O Minti, Mrs Wbltmore and Intent. Master WklUmore, Miss Louise Stearns. C V Nauck and wire, Mr Wilten and wife, Miss C Barber. M T Hewitt A Feuve, Mr and Mrs W R Blah, Mr Norehead. P H Marrow and sen, Mrs K Richard and servant, Mrs R McMaboa. Jsa Herao, Henry Barret, f'hna W Headers. George Heller. R H Bean monk O B Conn, H JUtlelre, Edgar Hart, ? B Orinps B Kenan. Livnaroo'? Btesmehlp Erin?Jacob Oartwrlgbt and lady, H Donehoe and lady, Dennis Rogers, ? R Welch and two friends, Geo Parker, Mr hnglemeysr aad family. MrsJaa Hmltb. Mary A Week* and child, f)r U J Rogers and lady, John Hicks, 8 Doslittie, John Dondury. Mrs R Roe# and children. BEPARTORBfl. Lrvanrooi?Sleamahlp Edlnbnrg?H J Levers, Mr Reeve, Mr Webb, Or A K Go. d, A lieston, FUleenth regiment (British); C V Fsrgnir* ?on, Roland Walker, wife and three children; P Smith, Beary Herring. Mr Puraer. David Nlcbelson. James H Nicholson and David U Nicholson. John Witter and wife. New Tork; Mrs Wright. Miss Martha Boyd, Philadelphia; Mies P Nosle. John Preston sad wife, Manuel Prtuss, James Piatt, llenrj Dnbnae and lady. W Keeble, wife and three eblldrea Mr Borrett D C Obal merr. Hamilton, Charle- and James Nell?and others la the steerage. Specie. $227,306. Harana?Steamship Eagle?Ben Medina and Wife, Mr* Conn Marrhard. J Cribbouliet. Mrs A P Canallos, A L Car. run and wife, Mies J H Polioek A servant. McDonald. A Hrrnandex, If linns, A Spsuhino, p Mares. Mary Cellins, J J Burrows. C Rrerun*. J Wslfs. Mollo* B Ceapedee, A llerquea and wife, U T Powell, Hugh Shields. Mre Wbenten, R Laurent and wife. F Latin, P m Hatch, II B Pmerton, J Brn and wife J Usee nova, Mr Torrent, J Jaekaen, J He neag*. Mrs Kolch aad daughter, D Bfrigoyea. G W Mor gan. H Bowie. J Bowl* R Oarey, T_Wrty. J R lmM. I S Kodrlgnat, R BorkhartA M laaetm P Hooager, J Rytell. J Hp legal, || Bavowa. D Thlrma. J P Berndea, A 6 del Valle, P K Rimeahorat. A E BanWendeek. MUa Anas Qulaa. Rim Hiuart. W B dtaaa, D Rues Toledo. A Long. A .t Oaros. H - "homaa, Mr Morgan and sot-ran l, MrHubbard. wUaa wifa awd two ahlldren; A Oortlaa and ?a de Naraa, Mia. R eon R H Walls. Mra K Rlmenhoral Htuan. W B ( ? Thomas, R Themas. Mr Meyj_ Manual ReeneMaa, wtfo wsdtwe sMiJ"" SSKtWrJ WSfandS a u n tMTsiI a Bmrd, J Rawer*. J H Davie R Armstrong ?! ledtT R^ueeo Rise Nad at, A Melllna, Mrs Bsrsett, Mrs tSlire T6 W ODewne * Pereitadea. R Rot. 1 Raofcolls, A oiiovnr. Bliaa Bafser. H Badaraeco. O Bad* Bis* 0 wallet, R L Wilms. S Jo 2?t?a G n OssayyA wire, infant and lwe soaa, Dr Rahel Maater Bihel, Dr Lefeheo* a Clmg D>waw OsLsavs?gleam ship Ooldlng Htar-Ban H. A. Ohadwiek, O X Hawka. O E Dnaamg, wffn sad mrrsntj 0bUd< A r Cms si saw. MMs Oornalla AMwh. Cetoeai M? B2SSt ?aWj?*AVBJRX Jjss ? ? ImHi Maleetm Woetelr. C W Lawla. Mra JeoagW HiiMWN), Mra Bequei. Mr* ? Feaiaoa mad <oa, J oh a f)urod Joo Miiten Durod. John Pedoo. Pant Frdou Edward Pedoo. Francis I'amlu, C J Borneo, Baud O Anih or J 0 1 ooley, M tt Chamberlain. A Delgrave. Mra Henry K 8out' ari Mr? A W Deluucha. Eugene Huilivaa. Win Naultr, J W Ooslea and wife, Major 11 O Brtghaei. w U Ciar*. Mr- K'dei and child. Kits Elder. Mra Bowling, fmir children aim err rani; Mra Bowling. Lew la Dunning, w U I.uu.a uud aervaai. L) b Cuniiiug ain l> Wataoo, A I' N"Brae wild. Iwo children and arte gal. Mr Chadwwfe, Theodore Wheeler and aer an I. Joaeph Mllonrey Peine H? 'i V Untlin, K 8ar..ent, Edward Fanner, Captain 8 > Holy, Mite M E'.biu-ao. Mm X Taylor, August Phil p. Bee ger Alexander Kiml Philips. Miaa Louisa Pbilllpa. An an Pnelier, John H 8a niaon. rharles F Vailoo, Bobert Klahor, Jaoob R nchn. dt, I.osell Bnrriaa. John U ar nabr, Cbarlaa i<e?d. J oba Li termors. Mra B K Combs, Mian Charlotte Keller. Mra Katheririe B Reiver and eh hi. Mlas W Solietl, Mra Mary J S. h-niann, rtebaatlan Mens, J Weiae. Fred Richland, Francis Meltie. Nlv olaa H< e 1' Unmanno. F tieliie. Jr. P Maria lino Jeremiah Uver. Mra C il Abi, Miaa Tbereea Mauecy, Mra A H lioanc Mr* Mary I".tones and ana. Mra Edward P Ueleean and child. Mra Chailra P Newcaatle, M had M Tur i.er, John Luiodv Thomas B Uraeordla, J M Barter?end oil.era in Hie steerage. Nkii Uld.MM 8tenm?hp Fung 8huet ? Mr Pleraou, BE Kiddar end lady A ovumtcr iliii ai.d wit" John Davidson, Robert Blakely, Robert Blakely. Jr, A (JsllMer. Mra U U Stone and sou. Mr-Leila Crowd!. M: a Robert Clark. Mra A K Shepbeiri i> 8lcutey, Purm y A Metleorge, Mra Maggie Wood and child. MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. Farkka*?Mors#.? On Saturday, October 15, by the ?... nr. .'obiiwu M. !f,I'VtJ"*No'o?3r Srof?oet>?WAtwm , Kn0. rector, aa rr?b.y 8^V>?i. <* *?? :rk-s ^^w' eldest daughter ol Irancm WatbOii, of Lake , L.urgan. Dl?d. ? . Bk.ww.-0i. Sunday,October 23, a*. Brb??. wifeef ^ TheVellittves and Mend. .re .noil* to .tuadtbef* nerei, on TiMwday afternoon, at ?ue o elicit, (rom No. ?? ?tSTS: Saturday, OcVber M.Bthsa oa the beloved and only poild of James . aod Susanna V.'Cabill, after ? sever* illness ol twenty-two days, Ml 2 years. 4 month* end 22 d?yo r?m,i? .re re < he friends and aormtutances o the family are ?pectfttlly invited to attend the 1f^, Si donee cm her parenta, 221 East Fighteenlh strsrt, UM (Monday) aiternoon, atO' ? o'clock, without mrther Ui!'i'ina (Peru) and Havnna papers 1 P'"** ?<Wl PrtirvMAit Ou Sunday. ifctob^r 23. M i Ja*? uo* ???*? The relatives and friandi of the t oily 1& invited to attend the funeral, from bcr l ite residence, }?* W averley place, on Tuesday morning, at eleven o clo< k < _(mSunday. October 23. Jem Corns relict <* John Conn, of Tollaiugrange, pariah of Duneiord. oouoty ' ?Tbe"relatives and friends of the family are rMpectfirtpy invited to attend the funeral, on loeeday afte-nooo, at ssr!fffisisr?* z -^55 alter a lingering illness, Meant a. Cooeaa, aged 66 years, l?The" Ir'endao the iamily are Invited to atton^be funeral, at the First Reformed Dutch church, ou fuosday alierno o, at hall past one o'clock. Tralo leaves loo* of Chambers street at 11:45 A. Mroturntog at 6 . M. Camioun.-Oo Saturday. October 22, Jkjwis, daughter of the late William Calhoun, aged 24 years. The relatives and Iriends of the family are tnvitnd to attend the funeral, from the residence as LVr mother. nTwS Second av'enue, this (Monday) nooo. ^Vukkt*?At bla reeldence, No 1 Marketfleld street, oer ner of Whitehall street, Basward Dukvt, id the 19tb yeer ??? notice will be given of tbo funeral on Wedneaday. Londonderry papers please oopy. Dsmakkst.?On Sunday. October 23. Wiiaii T., eon if Oarrit B. and Mary A. I>einarest, aged 8 years. The relatives and friends ot the family are atteoa tbo luueral, on Tuesday morning, at ten o eloi*. ?'? r?w?.K -ffS&ZSiSts'T'tt. bers of U F. Engine Compsoy No. 4. are respectfully in vued to attend the funera.. two o'clock, i rom his late residence, 98 North Fourth '^tonawoa^Hi Brooklyn, on Saturday evening, October 22, Joski hiks Titos, ooly daughter of Georg?' ??* Eliza For emus, and granddaughter of the late Coockltd l,Tbe relatives and friends of the tonlly invited to attend the funeral, on Tuwday afternoon. n4 two o'clock, irom 100 Mlddagh attest. Brooklyn. Forkkst.?On Saturday, October 22, Wii.uam Foaamv, native of Ireland, aged ? years May bis soul rest in peace. The funeral will take plaoe thw (Mondayl afmrnooj. atone o'cork, from his late residence No_ 87 Wart Tnirty oloib street The friends of ?'|r spectiulty invited to stteod, wlibeatfurtber "o"** (iRKKK.?Oo Sunday, October 23, Fatrio* eldest son of Look sud Susan Green, aged 3 years and V mThe"iunernl will take place (rose the residence of h? pjreots, 641 First avenue, this (Mondsy) afternoon, sh two o'clock. Th# friends ot the family are respectfully ,Q GI^tuiiiR--On Friday, October 21, Sarab Ririmr, widow of nr. Daniel Poreira Gardner. _ _ The friends and reUtivea of th# fam%, and theaesf bsr brother, Dr. John W. Draper, are invited to alteoh the funeral, thia (Monday) morn lag, at Irom bar late residence. Niuely third street, betwesM Third slid Fourth avenues _ _ Grbbm.?In Brooklyn, on Suoday, October 23, Hakmaw, widow of Tboaas Green, in the OAtb yeer of her age. The relatives and friends or th# family are lavltew M atteud the (nneral, on Tuesday afterneon, at two oclocK. from bsr late residence. No. 14 Strong plaoe. The re mains will be taken to Cyprvse Mills for inlermsnt. Hiuoiim?In Williamsburg, on nunday, October ?. Mart, relict of Peter Higgles, sged 66 yeare, 8 month* *BTh!?reTatwea and iriends or the family are reefeottal* invited to attend the funeral, on Tuesday K'terueoa. M two o'clocK, from her Ute reeldence, No. 84 North Fbarth street, Williamsburg. County Down iIreland) papers please copy. Jaavie. ? On Sunday, October 23, William Jabvw, a?e* 'Viisnisiirei and friends of the family are reepeulfa^y Invited to attend the luoeral servicee. at his late re^ dcoce No. A Sixth etreet, on Tuesday afternoon, a? three o'clock, without rurtber levltatioa His rsmsiea win be takeo to Patchougs, u L, for iaiermen^.ea Wem D"lavas?!?On Saturdav, October 22, John A. Uva?m, eldest son of the late <obe A. Ihiarge The relatives and irieads of the iamily ere Invited_l? attend the funeral, this (Monday) morning, at ball! PM} ten o'clock. from the residence oi his Ij11? avenue Hie remains will be taken io Woodbrldge. N. 9. IaxjaR.?On Thursday, October 20, David Loo aw, ? the 55ih year of bo age. ? . His friends end those of the family are respectfully in vited io attend tbe mum I, from bis Islo rosldooce, 3? Madltoo sireel, Ibis (Moudsy) moroinf. ai oIotmi o clocE. ills remains will be interred In Greenwood. Mallabt.?On Saturday, October 22, at N?. Paw* cburcb parsooaao. Glen Coro, Tbomjs MiUtfT, Jf.i*y ot the Bev. Thotnaa Mallaby. In toe 2?d year oltliMh Funeral on Tuesday afternoon, at one o clock, at ? Paul's cburcta, 0 loo Oovo Carrltgai will bo lo wall lag ai Mluooia slailoo on tbo arriTal of tbo oars from wow York, leaving at oigbt o'clock from tbo foot of iuNI slip, and roturntog In tlmo to moot tbo four o clock tram for Now York. a ^ _ >. Ma?h>ii.?In Brooklyo, on Saturday, Octobor 23, Nam mi An Mason, tfod 64 yoars. The frleods and relatives are respectfully Invited to ad tend the innersl, at 2?? Jay street, this (Monday) alts*, uoon, at two o'clock, without further notice. Minnax.?On Satnrdiy. October 22, ofbUiousfever, Paraa Mucukix, ex Alderman, Fighth aldermaolo die ^Hls relatives end the friends of the family, and mm bers of the Hoard of .Udermen. also the members * Dirego Lodge, F. and A.' M , are respectfully Invited SS attend the funeral, on Tuesday morning, at tee o'eloow, from bla lets residence. 172 Ulaton street, without far ther invitation. _ , . Ma as.?Job* Hatrav Haas, son of Philip and Ama# Maaa aged 11 years and 10 m-nthe. irem weaads rd ceived from the Heventh Avenue lUllrcdd oar. The rcl.tives and fr auds of the family ars rospectfaHy invited to attend the funeral, fmm the reeldence of lm parents. No. 29 West TsbUi atreet, oa Tuescay aftarnotm, *lM!*?i^>e Baturdsy evening, October 22. of dkm-* Of the heart Mart Maoviiul In the 88th yeer of her a*. Iter friends, and those of her sons, John sod Joseph Honohuo. are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from St. Joseph's oburoh, Sixth avenue, on TueedaF morning, at ten o'clock, t 'alifornia papers please copy. Mi sphy ?On Sunday. Och.ber 23, after a short I Bosom jri.u McartT, the heioved wile of John Murphy, aged 44 '6*r*? Pesos to her tool. The relatives and frieoda are respectfully _ attend the funeral, from her late reeldence, No. I?? Ronem velt street, oa lueedey. Her remains will be tag en t* St. J omen' Romno Cot bo lie chorct,'.l?m?i wiiit a solemn requiem mass will be said for the repose tool at bai past tea o'clock, and from thence will hd taken to Calvary Cemetery for intarta?t. _ NBLSoa -ln Brooklyn. oaSemrday, October 22. Taomad R Nbljios. the eldest eon of the late Thomas K. Neleo# The relatives end friends of the family are Invited h attend tbe fnaeral. at the late residence of the deceased, No. 42 Rcmeeo street, this (Monday) afternoon, at three ? nnisvBiD. On Saturday. October 21. of Inflammattoa Of the lunge. Job* R Ot venuD, eoa of the late CeptaM Ralph Olmaiead, of Catekill, aged 36 years end 11 days. Funeral on Tuesday morning, at eleven o'clock, hie late residence, 18M Ilemsen street, Brooklyn, k. D> The meeds ef the family are invited te altiiad, O'Cossas ? (?n Saturday afternoon, October 22, nvsu. ai*a O'Cbuasa, wire of James O'Conner, sged 28 years. The friends and rslstlves of the iamily are respectfeM Invited to Attend tbe funeral, from ear lets residence, 18 Hester street, this (Monday) afternoon, at one o oieefc Her remains will be taken te Calvary Cemetery for Im "KSL-Oi Saterdey moratog, "???ber ?, Lmat Rbhwx a Pi*TAab. aged 4 Tears, 3 JJf'J Tbe relatives and Moods of the family srs invited te ittnod the ftiMrtl, Hrom No. 8 iviTUiBgnnB nrm, idw tMna^>-^la,W?",,,t?,'>ul*? oa Friday, October A, p_' J r._ , wm ds rears and 4 asoothe. He wae a true Meed, a k?*tn| husband and a Med father. His tone we deeply feel. The relatives aod Meads 01 the family are reepeeUMBF invited te attend tbe funeral, from bis late reeideeom Meat itvenee, opposite Morion street, WlMtemaberg, tBM (Monday) eneraoed, at two o'clock. (Uwimee ?Oa Sunday, Ooteber 33, Ja*b Rawum^ aged ? yoere, 1 mosth sedt days. Tbe ratativea aad Meeds are rmeeetfally tevMed stteed the foeerai, from Ne. 288 Mwsraa streak, thld (Monday) efternooe.al<me o*e?eeh. Rm*>?Oa Sand ay. October ?L Ho* dawgbter at Wa. W addOathevmil Maed, sdN*1 u months a?d 4 ttra _ . TbsrdhtttrsaaadoWadde( IMItdtmoN*