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Arrests in October. --During the month of October 204 persons were committed to the 1st Station House, of whom 100 were white, 79 slaves and 25 free negroes. To the 2d Station House, 59, of whom 30 were white, 22 slaves and 7 free negroes. Total arrests during the month 263.
. The late pressure to sell was undoubtedly from weak parties having buyer's options. The October earnings of the New York Central Railroad, it is said, will foot up rather less than September, about $840,000, which is considerably below the estimates of the early part of October. The falling off in the latter part of the month is attributed to bad weather. Mr. Smith, master of transrtation on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, puts down the earnings of the line for the month of October at about $475,000, which will be larger than September, and about $50,000 in excess of October,October, 1859. The payments into the Sub-Treasury at New York of the new loan, up to the 1st inst., were $1,350,000. The monthly statement of the Assistant Treasurer, in that city, shows cash receipts for customs during October of $2,611,800, against $2,276,683 the same month last year. The balance on hand, $5,175,582. The New York Herald, of Saturday, says: The recovery in the stock m