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verything are to be still more enhanced by the passage of the new tariff and internal tax bills, now before Congress. The principal hotels in New York, led off by Hiram Cranston, have raised their rates to $5 per day. The stage companies on Broadway have raised their fares from six to ten cents. The Irish laborers demand 12 per day for digging dirt. The opera and theatre are advancing their charges for admission. Our Southern people are perhaps so blunted by high prices that they can hardme weeks ago, I heard the "health of Jeff Davis" and "success to the Confeds" --the toast more than once, and loudly given at that — in the bar-room of the St. Nicholas Hotel. One night about twelve o'clock I heard a party of revellers pass down Broadway singing the "Bonnie Blue Flag" at the top of their lungs. On another occasion some feminine was beating the hotel piano with "My Maryland" in vocal accompaniment. George Wilkes, the Abolition editor of the Spiral of the Times, calls loudly for