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Army movements. Fort Kearney, Oct. 10. --Arrived to-day from Camp Floyd, Utah, First Lieutenants Norris and High, with twenty dragoons, en route for New Mexico. They will leave tomorrow for Fort Leavenworth. Orders were received by yesterday's mail to send from here all the government teams but six; as wood has to be hauled eleven miles it has excited great anxiety among the officers how they are to collect fuel for the winter. The last three days the weather has been clear and warm.
ssion movement at the South is beginning to work its results at the North. In Wall street it was felt severely yesterday. Stocks fell from ¼ to 2 ¼ per cent., as may be seen be reference to our money article. And this, we fear, is not the end, but only little more than the beginning of the depreciation and decline of all securities. From the following table it will be seen that in one month Stocks have declined, some five, some ten, some twelve and some fifteen per ct: Stocks.Oct. 10.Nov. 10. Missouri's87 ¾76 ¼ Tennessee's90 ½86 Virginia's90 ¼86 ¾ New York Central88 ½78 ¼ Panama124119 Erie38 ½31 Reading4736 ¾ Hudson River63 ½54 Harlem2116 Rock Island7257 ¼ Galena75 ¾65 Toledo4639 Illinois Central8666 ¾ Michigan Central6857 Michigan Southern guar47 ½34 ¾ The South Carolina Bank statement of last month, compared with that of the month before, shows an increase in circulation of $346,206 25; an increase in domestic exchange of $911,319; an in