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Commercial. Richmond Markets, November 19. There is no new feature in commercial affairs.--The tightness and want of animation noticed for some time past, continue, and must continue while the present doubt and apprehension relative to political affairs and events agitate the public mind. Enterprise is trammelled; energy restricted. Men are timid about entering new plans and are indisposed to extend their present ones. The exchanges are getting involved; State currencies falling into trouble and giving trouble. State stocks and other stocks are falling. This kind of property, in a period of apprehension and national difficulty, is always first to feel the effects of commercial depression; but other species of property must experience the same fate. Sensible men indulge very discouraging forebodings, and express the greatest anxiety that something shall be done promptly, that we may know the worst, or avert the suffering which must come from the present state of public a
Northern Markets-- [By Telegraph.] New York, Nov. 19 --Money tight and unsettled. Stocks lower, with a panic at the Board; N. Y. Centrals 72, Missouri 6's 66. Cotton dull and nominal. Flour 10@20 lower; Southern $5.25@$5.75. Wheat declined 2@4 and unsettled; Western red $1.23@$1.25, white $1.35@$1.40. Corn lower; mixed 65 @ 67, yellow Southern prime 68--Pork heavy at $17@$17.50. Whiskey dull at 19 ½ @ 20. Sugar heavy and nominal. Turpentine dull at $1.37@$1.40. Rosin dull at 40. Rice heavy at 3¼@4¼
Baltimore. Nov. 19. --Arr'd, bark Palladin. Richmond; brig John Geddes, do. Cl'd, bark Kate Lincoln, Norfolk. Bahia, Oct. 11 --Arr'd, bark Winnifred, Richmond. New York, Nov. 17. --Cl'd, schr. Sea Witch, Norfolk.
2 per cent, premium. The market is unsettled, but relief is expected if the negotiations with Brown & Bros. and others succeed. Money is worth 12 per cent, on the best double paper, and 18a21 per cent, on good single names. New York, Nov. 19, P. M.--The Banks as yet have failed to agree on any plan to relieve the exchange market, and exchange is nominal. Bank shares, State and Federal securities are seriously lower — U. S. 5's were offered to-day at $97 without bids; last week they ted at $102. The weekly City Bank statement is as follows: Decrease in loans $2,365,000. Decrease in specie $1,661,000. Decrease in circulation $282,000. Decrease in deposits $2,835,000. [Second Dispatch.] New York, Nov. 19.--Sixteen of the principal Banks to-day agreed to purchase two and a half millions dollars of sterling exchange bills for the benefit of the holders of produce; and also to expand their discounts five to six per centum over the costs for the pres
From Washington. Washington, Nov. 19.--Judge Wayne, of the Supreme Court of Georgia, has, it is said, written a letter to a friend in Washington, saying among other things that four-fifths of the citizens of Savannah are opposed to secession. The President has completed his annual message. Col. Craig, in the absence of Col. Ripley, is ordered immediately to proceed to the inspection of arsenals and armories.
The California election. Fort Kearney, Nov. 19.--The Overland mail says California election returns are doubtful. Some say Douglas has 3,000 majority others that Lincoln is 2,000 ahead and likely to carry the State.