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ial and friendly relations between the two countries. The St. Petersburg Journal reiterates that the desire of the Russian Cabinet is to see the conflict ended by prudent and honorable compromise.--Russia's desire is not to divide, but bring together and reunite adversaries who ought to remain brothers. Many of the cotton mills in Lancashire have stopped. The Times, speculating on the probable demands of British subjects for protection from conscription in America, says it will be impossible to extend the British eagle to myriads who may want its momentary protection. The Crown Princess of Prussia has been confined with a Prince. Commercial. Cotton — The sales on Wednesday and Thursday were 16,000 bales the market was buoyant and slightly higher, owing to the great advance and excitement in Bombay and Calcutta. Breadstuffs were quiet and steady on Thursday. Provisions inactive. Consols 93 ½. Illinois Central shares 51@50 discount. Eric 28½@29