Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 24, 1846, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 24, 1846 Page 3
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} MiirHMt. I On Tlit!r*<Uy, Md Init by the H?v Wr. H?nr* Chaw. ! *?? Atexar O. KuoA'h. to ?t.itia>Tn Ax* Dr. Wit*, all j / a ol thincitt {Jjjf- Philadelphia paper* ww plea?e copy. At Kixhkill, on the 1l?t init by the Iter. H. Van Vechten, Mr Hali>h M?ai>, merchant, of New York, to Mill Am Klixabkth, daughter of Gen. Abraham Van dTyck, of the former place. Died. On Friday aftainoon, 23d intL of dropiy, in the awth year of hi? age, Jamu Jakvii, Jr. Hii friend* and acquaintance, and those of hii father, Jamei Jartrii.are reapectfully invited to atteud hit funeral, to-morrow afternoon at Sfc o'clock, from hii late re ideuce. 875 Greenwich itrcet On Thuraday afternoon, 3-Jd inst ,of croup, Lucbktia Km ma, daughter of William A. and Lucretia Ann Batchelor. aged two yeari and five month*. tin hriday, i?.l init , after a long and painful illneai, j Mra. Maodalkna Schwabix, wife oi Mr Geo.Schwartx Her relatives and friends, and those of her husband, r? respectfully invited to utteud her lunerai, irom me residence of her husband. 161 Washington street, to rnor- | row olteruoou at 2 o'clock, without furthor notice. Athi? residence, Penn Cottage,near Philadelphia, auddeuljr.ou the ltttli iu#t , Thomh P?w* Unas ell, in the gist > ear of lii* ago. At Prince Edward Court House. Va., en the morning of the 17th inst.ln the 17th your of hii age, after a brief illness, Mi. William M. Carti*, second aon of the late t'apt. Samuel Carter, of Prince Edward county?a well known and tried patriot and soldier of the revolutionary war. r# At Philadelphia, on Thursday, 22d inst., Mr Baltii [ Srovi, an nged veteran of the revolution, lie was ono of Oen. Washington's teamsters. He was in the 103d year of his age. i. O. OF O. F. 2TM1E MEMBERS of Mr. Hiuai Encampment. No. 3. are JL leques'ed to maet in their room. National Hall, Canal at, | on Sunday afternoon, the lith, at X o'clock, to pay the last tribute of respect to our decesaed brother, Jamea Jamah. The member* of the order generally are respectfully luvited to nuite with ua on thiamelancholy occaiiou. JAMES STEPHENS. C. P. Waters A. Clayton, Scribe. o24 2t*rc INDEPENDENT GUARD ~ AT a meeting ol the corpa, held on Thursday evening, the 22d init , the fnllowiug icsolutiona were offered and unanimously adopted:? Resolved, That we tender our eineere thanks to Mr. Ed wtrd K. Collins, and iht Indian of tha Bull's Kerry Hotel for thrir assidioosattentiou and endeavora to make our excursion perfectly agreeable. . Resolved, To the ladies our thinks are doe for the beautif el present of bo<|uets. To Mr Collins, who by his urbanity nud kind attentiou to our every want, haa ensured our lasting friendship. Resolved, That wa recommend, any of our eitir.au soldiera who wish for n day of unalloyed pleasure, to give Mr. Collin* a call. Resolved, That our thanka are due to Captain Isaac Scott, of the strainer Frank, for hia attention to our eonilort, to and from Ball's Ferry, Resolved, That we are obligated toKmdall'a Band for their ready assent to ell our request*. A. H. TYLF.B, Comdt Kobrkt FoatTTu, William Kkssidt, N. K. PfnugBRK. o24 It* Office of tub Morris and Essex Hail Koad Co., } lNrwark Oct. 22d, 1S46. S NOTICE is hereby given, that Proposals will he received until the Xth November Uert, for ihe Undine, Masonry, and Bridging required to complete the Branch ol ihe Morris aud Essex Rail road from Mo ristown to Dover, a distance of about 11 milea. Maps and Profile*, animates and apecifications will he found alter 2tlh instant, at the Office of the Company, at Morrisiewn. wherall necessary lul'onnaiiou will liegivru. 1 he liae will be divided lutoaectious of convenient leuglli, for eoiiatrnctson. and Proposal* in writing, direcled to ihe Treasurer at the Office of the Company, in New ark, will be ir?.rifru J?M mu TTUUIC u> nu> y?iri CJi lur worn DV uru?r, o2ltNov!l?rh JOEL VV. CONDIT, Vice President. NAILS, TWINE, SHOE TH IE AD, lie. I CUT and wrought Nails, Brads and Spikes. Heine, Sewing, Wrapping and Baling Twine. Cotton Heme, of the beet quality, " Hopewell," and other marke. Shoe lhresd, green, half bleached, yellow and brown. Carpet Warps, Cotton and Flax. colored and plain. Oakum, Cordage, Bale Hope, Cotton do. India Twine, 2 and 3 thread, suitable lor fishing, tee. be. Fors-le by CEBRA b CUMING, o2l It*r ICO Pearl street. TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. BROWN SHEETINGS AND SHIRTINGS, of every style and width, all the known brands, both heavy and hue: Stark Mill, Lawrence C. Indian Head, Cabot A., Premium Heavy, Merrimack, Exeters, Unknowns, Ik.'. , may be had at manufaetnrer's prices, on the second floors of Nos. IB and i 20-Cedar street, half a block above Fearl street. Yard wide sheetings, 4V cents p?r yard. Also.Batts, Wicks, Twiue, Warp and Wadding. Also, best Southern Cotton 4 aru, Nos. C to 11 and 7 to 12. T. N. UNDERH1LL, o24 lt*r 18 and 20 Cedar at. REV"."R. TOWNSENUI1UUUART'SSCHOOL, Fourteenth etreet, between University Place and Hth avenue. THERE are at present some vacancies for Boarders and Day Scholars at this establishment. Circulars containing full inform tion as to the system and course of study adopted, with oilier particulars desirable for parents and guardians of youth to be acquainted with, can be obtaiued oil applica- | tion as above. o21 It* THE REV. B. F. BARRETT will deliver a course of public Lectures on the Sacred Scripture, in the New York Society, Library Building, corner of Broadway and Leonard street, ou successive Sabbath evenings, commencing at 7 o'clock. Introductory lecture uext Sabbath (to-marrow) evening. These lectures will embrace a connected and somewhat exteuded series, shewing, from the past and present state of biblical interpretation, the great need of such an interpreter as Swedenborg claims to be?unfolding the true theory of diviue inspiration?explaining the nature of the Lord's secoud advent, and the science of correspondences which is the true key to the spiritual sense of the scripture, and exhibiting the importance and use of this key by a prac- | tieal applisanon of the same to various difficult passages of ; scripture Seats free. Sectors always to be postponed in case of a storru. MH o24 t're { FELLOW U1I'lZENS, rufiAOb iu rcau my nHTrruirmeui iu l"C ^uuimercill AOvertiserof the 23d, and then come to the meeting In font of the Exchange at 3 o'clock P. M , to-day. Over four yeais 1 hare snffered every annoyance possible to be conceived from'he suppression of my lette'a and otherwise, on account of my principles of advocating the doctrine of clirap postage for the peeple?and they having the right of electing tlieir , own poatmas'era, clerks, and letter camera?and olhericauses which I will lay before you. Let every houest man attend the meeting and hear for himsalf what can be said. JAMES ROBERTSON, of the 6th Ward. N. Y., o24 lt*r formerly of the 8th. GOLD PEN MACHINERY. | THE undersigned offers for sale, on reasonable terms, seversl complete sets of Gold Ken Machinery, iu perfect older for manufacturing Diamond Pointed Oo'd Pens. They will be accompanied with complete practical instructions, if desired. Terms made known on application in person tor by post pa'd letter to J. M. TROWBRIDGE, Syracuse, N.I. o24 lm'rrc NEW YORK. HIDING SCHUOL. i NOS. 6S 6? WATT STREET. raoNTino cant. sTir.tr. Between Hudton and Grtewich tlrteti. MR J. H MERIAM takes this opportunity of returniug his most grateful acknowledgments to those who have ao nandsomely patronised him from the first moment he was identified with the New York Hiding School, aud pledges , himself to aadeavor, by the most nuremittiug attention to ...... . ,,r It iiwln waa II- tar.*,.!.! C..II .. inform hia frienda at d the public, that he will rr-open hit Evening Claaaea, m connection witli hia Day School, for tuition ana Mercian riding, on Motday evening. the 2d of .November. Application to be made at the Olfite, or Schocl roona. JAS. CODDINGTON, Proprietor. nI4 lm*rre DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP. 1 Tut Copartnership heretofore existing under the firm of ABBOTT Ik ElhK, it thia day diaaolred by mutual con- i aent. All peraona indebted to, or having deniauds againat the j firm of Abbott It Kiak, are requeated te call on Walter 8. Abbott for aettlemeut. WALTER 8. ABBOTT, A2AKJAH EISK. New Tork, Oct. 21at, 1646. o24 3t*r TO TAILORS. THE Advertiaer. a Cutter of 12 yeara practical experience, it deaircua ol a eituatientoftleidy bnaioeaa hahua, a good aaloman and book keeper, and capable of managing a large concern. No objection to South or Weat. Addreaa L. P. 8. Herald Office. o2l lt*r COTTU.N SAMPLE Kb WANTED?Two E*cient.Mou may arply at my office. THOS. J. STEWARD. o24 lt?r NEW BRIGHTON COLLEGIATE SCHOOL; Stat en liiantl. JVM. H. DUFF, Jl. M, Principal THE NEXT TERM of thia long eatabliihrd and well known inatitutioa will commence, after the vacation, ou the 2d of November, in the apleudid manaion erected by the bro liera Joieph. The peculiarly aolul and clegaul manner iu which this hailding lias been conatrneted, renders it quite aa comfortable aud deniable a winter aa anmmer reaidet.ee.? I To tlieae about to aelect achoola for their aona, who couaider { the value of geod air, extenaive play gronnda, lofty and ai, y fffbrtmenta and convenience of acceaa at all aeaaona, no situation can an pass thia. While the reputation which the luati tution haa lor ao many yeara enjoyed, aa a echnol of aouud learning aud practical education, la beat auatained by the numerous voting gentlemen who, trained up by the principal, are now fiouorably and creditably acquitting themaelrea in ! vanoua literary, proteaaieual and commercial purauita. Circular*, with terina, which are moderate, for hoardera, and full particulars, can be obtained at Meaara R Lock wood St Sou's 411 Broadway, and at the Inatitute, New Brighton. o2l3tend*r | UnJVEKSI T> OF NEW YORK?MEDlCrtL DEPARTMENT THE Introductory Lectnrea for the Session 1116-47, will commence on Monday evening. Oct. 26th, at 7 o'clock,in the College Building. 6.79 Broadway, (oppoaite Bend street,) and be delivered iu the following order:? Monday?Profeaaor Molt on Surgery. Tueada.? Prof Patl'iou *o Anatomy. Wednesday?Prof Revere on Practice of Medicine. Thursd*y? Prof Pain* on Institute! of Medioioe and Materia Medica Friday?rrof Bedford on Obstetrics. Saturday?Prof Driper on Chemistry. The Profmaion aud Public nre rerppctfolly invited to atland. JOHN W. DKAI'KK, o24 iat31*r Secretary ol the Faculty. Head the foUotrine Certificate* tn favor of PEACE'S HUKEHOUND CANDY. L^KOM REV. J. D. IIART?Ufiitlemeu : It would ha in" justice to your pulmonic remedy to withhold from ilia community my experience of iti efficacy for the removal of hoarseness and pain in the aide, and other affrctioua of the cheat and lunjs I can only say, after a protracted iliseaae, I found no relief until I need your valuable Clarified Ksaenrr ofHorehonnd Candy. I hare also recommended it to a number of my brethren, and they will concur with my statement. Yonr obedient servant, , n ... J D- HART, 285 Bleacher st. To J. Pease & Sons, 45 Division at Agents?III) Broadwav. 10 Asmr Honse. Brooklyn-Mrs Ha,s. 139 h niton at. Newark, N. J.-E. R. T. Williams, 211 Broads-. 0I4 lt*r C OUGHS COUGHS, COUGHS--PORBYPTaI COUGH LOZENGES?This popular remeAy dy will be fonnd the most effectual out now in me for the core of c.inghs, colds, hoarseness. irritation of the lungs shortness of braath. asthma, consumption, Ac This is not like many prepa stious, got up merely to please the palate hut to remove those di(tre?sing symptoms which btt too of tru prove fatal when iieitlected, as many thousands can testily who have experienced their happy and salutary effects; ma 11 v of whom haie been ledueed to the brisk of the grave? They promo e a free and easy expectoration, and reqnire no conlineinrnt. A single box will curs the most obstinate conitli that evrr existed. For sale by O. COLBY, chemist, Ac., 351 Pearl st, Franklin scpiarc, agent for the United States. o24 tra?r NOTICE TO GENTLEMEN. C1 F.NTLF.MP.N if you want to do withnnt purchasing new t Clothes this winter,take yonr half wornont Dresa,Frock or Over Coats and Pants, yon can hare them made to look like new, by lending or bringing them tn 91 Murray, corner Washington street, where von ean have them lixed with new rolla-*, cuffs, linings or whatever they may want to make you look like a gentleman. Please call at 94 1 pN lw'rrc A. CORTISUOB. I III IIIIM > I" I A BOl'T TMOfR "CHUfSK *r,OASl."wiR? tMifc | A femt from rhlini BO? AO,th?y sf? best Havana Segara, ; roanuftcturrd unimproved p?*nd put pefrerthe I maimer the Chineae pot "P then tens,lo preserve the lint aroma of (lie tubm en which it coutaliiuiatrd by pulling llirut ! up lu the ced tr bosea Tho?e who have tn?d thrm say that hey are "the bett argar they ever tmoked." Sold only at 51 Willi nn at , by the tingle, 1M> or I0U0 at the uniform price of $21 per thousand, alto by retail to accommodate those who are in doubt. HAB.tNEROM HOUSE, or X It* ' * WiIImim ttreel. [Pro tile !! so > err I I m i ul, Joi. IWJ.1 WIvrAR's Bus uv[ <V W11, ? I ilciKHY. THKKK are ao in -i v "err 11 u e," \'<lr nughs, cold*, aud even cnuauu.pti in. fiat ? e . r? sometimes disposed to question the efficacy of anvoflhein. V'r. h. W. kowle, a diuggiat of the higheal reputation. at I3S Washington street, has the agency of an aiticlr c riled Balsasm ol Wild Cherry, which tceirt lo hare won for iltelf t gjod repulntion wherever it hat be-u introduced. We lure aeru lat'eri from vnrioua parts ufNrw England,from persona of the highest standing in ilie places tihele iheY leside, bearing testimony lo the beuctit theintrlres or friends had received Irom a trial of its properties Kitract from a letter dated 1'cTKni ui ru, Vs., Jan. 15, IS45. A gentleman of uuquesliontble veracity luforme, us that his brother had beeujcuutiucd to Insllod lor weeks with some species of cough, that tallied the skill of several eroiueul phy icisus, aud by toe use of two bottles of WISTAR S BALSAM O" WILD CHERRY, he has been restored to perfect health, aud he is uow "a fat and hearty rn.tu.'" Yours, respectlu ly. ItOSSEH Ik AN DERSON, Druggists. Nona genuine, unless signed "I BUTTS" ou the wrapper, for t.iTe hv A B St U. SANDS. Aireut for New York c ty; alto by druggista generally throughout the United States and l'Kr.l()l <>21 ItDfcW LOST, ON WEDNESDAY Evening at Tainmsuy liall or tta rieiuuy, a Cluster Diamond Pin. '1 he tinder will be liberally < ev? irded be Iravnu I be same at the Eshauge O.i.ce ol JDS- PH HOUGH, uudrr the Auiericau Nluieuin. o2J 3t*r _ FURNIsHtD ROuMS TO LET. TWO or three Gentlemen can be accommodated with Kurnuhe.l Htiiiinr, with or without Board, and ilie uae of a Parlo . lu a Innate tanuly. Apply to No. 7 Hicks alreet, Brooklyn. o23 1w*r YANKEE DOODLE. No. 3 THE Third Number of YANKEE DOODLE "will be published Sarnrdey inerninr, I'et 2f, to'i'in mg? TWELVE SPLENtiW C'OJWfC ILLUSTRJlTIONS. * I Large Political Cat icature?' The Dug and the Shsdow " 2. "Yankee Doodle'a .Soiree," containing portrait! of aeveral distinguished character* 3. hnptrr II. of the " Biography of a Distiugure," (lllustrated.) t "A Si|tiall with Vaiiations."containing Sit llnatratioua. 5 " Application Hefn'ed"? (Illustrated ) t? The Horse lor which Mr. Kean offered his Kiugdom. i.7 lllmninated Title-page. The literary matter ot this Number ia varied and fresh, and the pulilisliera invite the criticism ol the public u|>on their sheet. Price 6tg cents?$3 par ainiuni in advance. Agents ami the trade a-e supplied at usual. W. H. GRAHAM, o23 2tisr 100 Nassau street. TO MERCHANTS, MANUFACTURERS, &c. ?|3HE Advertiser, a young man of thirty years of age, who J. has recently arrived in the Htata, is auxious to obtain employment in a warehouse, manufactory, or iu auy situation of trust, where lie can be ol adequate service to his employer. He has beeu long accustomed to the superiuteudauce and eulire charge ol a number ot men, and would be quite willing to again undertake any employment ef that uature. Has no objection to go south or to any other part. Unexceptionable references given, ami security if required. Address to A. U / , Post-office, Brooklyn. o23 3tis*r NEW DISCOVERY, BY which all Stores, and I'ipes, or Grates, may be kept a JET BLACK, with as beautiful polish as a Coach Body, with oue application a year. Sold only at 21 COURTLAND atreet. Also, HAYS LINIMENT, warranted to cure any case of Piles. Dr. M'Nair's ACOUSTIC OIL, a certain cure for Deafuets. Ileus's I.INIMENT, warranted to care any case of Khruinatisin. Oldridge's BALM OK COLUMBIA, for the Hair. East India HAIK DYE, will color the hair a Jet Black, and not stain the Skin. Longley's Western PANACEA, warranted to cure any esse of Asthma or Dyspepsia Hold at 21 ( Portland street. < 22 lin'r ' PALO ALTO CHAMPAGNE." AN INVOICE of this " Patriotic and Delicious Wiue," has jus1 been reccired by the subscriber, to which the attention of Hotel Keepers and Private Gentlemen is invited, Kor sale in lots to suit purchasers, by K. B. DALY, importer of Wines, be. 022 lm*rrc jM Broad street. 1 HE PIANO?SINGING?ITALIAN? ENGLISH. MH3. MOHLEY, Pupil of the Celebrated Crovilli and Sir George Smart, is prepared to give lessons in Singing, in Kiiiili'h, or Italian, and on the Piano Forte, at her residence, No. hO LlcPENAKD sirter, or that of her pupils, on reasonable terms. Mrs. M is also readv to teach schools in classes, in the city or in the country. 3C7" A musical accomplishment, connected with a refiued education, is the surest paasport to society, in all its various attractions, and those who wish to aril themselves of such advantages, should place themselves under the tutelage of Mrs Morley. o22lm*rrc FRENCH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. THE Annual Meetiuc of the Society will take place on Saturday, the 21th October, at 6 P M. at Mesars Delmonico. A new Committee of Association will be elected forthe year commencing on the 1st November, 1846, ss prescribed by the new Constitution. By order O20-2I 2t?c H. MONLUN, Sec'y. FAMILY BOARDING SCHOOL. AN Experienced Teacher, residing in the Country, takes into her family a number of Children, not exeeediug ten, as boarders and scholars. No pains spared to reuder the house a pleasant home to the pupils, and to advance them in their studies. Great attention paid to their he^h and morals The situation is very retired and healthy. Ho day scholar is admitted. There are at present three vacancies. Kor inference and terms euquire at 31 Hammond atreet. i>22 2w?rrc FOE SALE mi4K. Stock and Kivtures nfthe I!?r .nil ( 'nil..* It,mm*. 77 A Wall street,will be sold at a bargain, if applied lor iwme diately. Keasous tor selling made known by applying on the premises. o22 3t*r LEFT OFF WARDROBE it FURNITURE WANTED. LADIES or Gentlemen can obtain the Higres' Cash Prices lot all kinds of Wearing Apparel, Carprts, 8tc., hv send ing for the subscriber, at 11 Mvrion streets between Broome and Soring. N- STOKERS. N. B.?A line addressed through the Post Office or otherwise, will be punctually attended to. o20 lm*rrc CARLTON HOUSE. PH. HODGES has the pleaanre to announce to his friends and the public, that haying purchased the interest of nis late partner, Capt. J. Bauson, he will continue the house on his own account, and is now prepared to make arrangements with families or siugle gentlemen, who wish board for the winter, on tbe most favorable terms. ol9 2wis#c ON ion HOUSE THE subscriber has tab an tha a bora named new and apian did Hotal, jnst completed, at the eeatre of the be&ncifnl Tillage of Springfield, Mass., and will open the same for the public accommodation on the 30th mat. The Union Honse is large, richly finished and famished, and offers unequalled advantages to all persons travelling through Springfield foi business or pleasure. Having recently kept the " United States Hotel" and " Congress Hall," at Saratoga, the subscriber respectfully invites his old friends and patrons, and all others, to give him a call in his new qasrters. 8. 8. 8EMAN. Springfield, July M. IMS. anSSm'r GKKAT SALE OF LOTS. AT THE MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE, on Tnesdsy, sa the 2rth dry of October, (inst ) at 12 o'clock, by ANTHONY J. BLEEKER, Auctioneer. The following valuable Lots, being part of the Bote Hill Estate, ti*i? 4 lots on westerly aide of 3d avenue, between 29th and 30th sts. beiug southwest comer of 30th street. 6 lots in 30th street, soulh side, between the 3d and Lexington avenues, c immeoeing 93 feet west of 3a avenue. 13 lots on 23d street, noith side, between 1st and 2d avenues. These lots are graded and regulated. 5 lots on 1st avenne, weat side, between 22d and 23J street*, one ufthem being ihe corner lot One of these lots is 130 feet deep, will be graded and regulated by the seller. mi lots on ran urret, nortn sine, between lit and 20 avenues, each 25 feet by half the block. 6 lou on *4th street, south side, between 1st anil 2d arenues, each 25 feet by half the block Their lots belong to Mis Hey ward snil we e a portion of the rstite of the Irte Nicholas Cruger. The Title is indisputable, haying been io the family for oyer half a century. Trrmi of Hale?10 per cent on the day of sale. 15 per cent on the delivery of the deeds on the 1st of November, and the talance on bond end mortgage for three years with interest at 6 per cent., payable half year.y from the 1st oi November, l.iih' graphic maps will be ready three days before the >aie. For (uriher information apply to the auctioneer,(No. 7 Bioad street, or to FRANCIS B. CUTTIH O, < 20 t"27ih e No. 72 Wall street. MRS. BISHOP, CORSET MAKER, No. 106 Hudson street. New York, WOULD return her sincere thanks to the ladies of this vicinity and the public in general, for the very liberal patrouage bestowed upon her while in busiuess at 243 Hudson street, and would inform them that she has commenced business again at 106 Hudson street, where she will keep on hand a grueral nssoitineut of Corsets of the latest style, all of he owu manufacture, wholesale and retail. Also, Russia Belts and Back Braces ef every description a<5 lin'm DAGUERK.I ANMA fEKlA Cfe. JOHN ROACH, Optician, 02 Nassau street, has now on hand an assortment of Half Plate and Medium Yoightlander Tubes. Also, American, of his own manufacture, superior u> any yet made in the United Htstes. Plates, Cases^ Chemicals, Costing Boies, Baths, and every material used in Dagnerreotymng. Thermometers, whole sale and retail; Hpeciaeles, 'Ielescopes, Oalvame Batteries, kc.be. stlm*r LEECHEb! LEECH Eb! LEEc HE a! AKHKHH supply of large and healthy Swedish Leeches, jnvt received?for ?ale in quantities to sun 111 skills, packed up so as to be transported any distance with safety, by O. A ?c H. WJTTK, s|g !m?rh Importer of Leeches, 3S John st uidjv^n ur?uuiiDo: JUST KKCK.IVED, 10,000 large anil healthy Swedish Lrrrh, Alto, 4,000 German Leeches, in prima order, for sale by J. FERDINAND CLEU, 14 Ini'w Importer of Leeches. No 1 U William if. MRS. ZEtiLlO. No. W7 IHvition Street. WILL open a large assortment af Paris millinery, Bonnet*, lie. She will offer for inspection a choice stock of Kail good*. comprising mIks, *atin?, plain and ent velvets, kr kc , which being selected with good taste from the latest arrivals, ia well worthy the attention of purchaser*. Merchant* and milliners from the country, wanting materials and patterns, wonld And it their interest to call before purchasing as the t'ock is fresh, the style the latest; whish will he disposed of on reasonable terms. nfi lino*rrc Ob.GaK W AKKHOUME.?JAS I?. AMMS'i'KONU I O THORNTON, No. 17 Cheapside. Baltimore 700,000 Scgara, embraciug extra fine and medinra qualities, consisting of Regalias, La Norma*, Castilloa, I'rincipes. ( asadores, Retle*. Alao.a general aaaortmeut of Tobacco, for aalo on low term* *" lm i*?eh TISSUE I'Al'hR. ONE THOUSAND Reams Super white Tissue, II hv 30; 300 do. assorted colors, .400 do. pink; 300 do. green; 740 do yellow, 240 do. Cue. in .tor. and olB-twrh No 04 k 67 Nasaan street PERM CANDLES AND OIL?A aapenor article of Sperm faudles at 14 cents per lb., and finest qnality Win! ter Blesched Sperm Oil at $1 the gallon. Also, Bleached Solar do at *2.H ? "'? ' *l,0? Java Coffee, Green and Black Tea* and"Groceries, ke , ol the best quality, (or sale iu quantities to sntt, by . J- O- FOWLIH, *40 and 42* Gieenwieh and 76 Vesey streets. N. B?Families, boarding house and hotel keener*, are | invited to give the above a trial. Goods packed and de livereil to any part of the cuy free of chrrge. sIB lm?rc I ld| 111 Ml I'AIHS mauntaclured India Rubber Snoea, j JLv| vVv|coniiitiDf of nn?ii'i otffihoM, sod hoifi inn ! dajsand buskins?will be sold low to close a concern; also | shirred Suspenders, manufactured at the Union Kubber Work., by MACKEY k WALKEH, all I me rye No I Hanover Square. BINDER* BOARDS. ilOOO J1"' Book Binders Boards, from No*. 14 to M Cy\7\7\/A good artiels, and for sale by , , . rERASE It BROOKS. , > Uvh M agd B7 Naeean at, Jf* f" ,u- J . I'1 i- ^AN'fg^ " AS'TUATfUlf fef tnb?r 8tr??)cVoUt| Min, tp drire ! ' rriage?** rtrove r*rrtt?e in tm? ntjr for the last five years, ami nndrflManu taking pare of horses and carriages | perfectly well. Iti) no objection to wirk in a v'orr aud drive a hone and wacpa The beat of city refereu pa given I'laaaa call at No. Kt lalbairy aunet Irom 9 to It A. M? and from 1 to i P. M. _ Ota 3t?rrc t?8HiUNABLE DANCING, 74 atrial, Waal of Hroaitwau. M2LLE I'AULINK DE8J AKDIN8, of th? Academic Koyala Paris. respectfully iuforma the pubkc that het 1 Claasea for fgHlioaable Dancing have commenced, Brsidea all the nsual Ranees teught, will be thenewwaltr Mazurka, Mazurka Ueeirille, Polkaa, ((various,) new Waltz a cinq temps, composed for M'lln < rrito, by Mona. Perrot, and the new and grgaafWl waltz llrdowa. School and families ateudpd I'rtW andhoura made kuowu on application, alt Im'rh ? ? DANCING ACADEMY. NORTHERN EXCHANGE, J7i BLKECKRR STREET. MR. O. ROBERTSON, in reluming lit moat aincere thaukato hia friauda aud the public fur "ir 1_ ber? I patronage bestowgd on him last season drairea, uio.r jrcspectfully, to announce that hia claaaea for the Tnitiou of Dancing will open at the atom rooma on Kridav, October id, when he will have the pleamre of introducing rarioua new aud fashionable Dances, tne favorite Polkaa the Mazourka and other stylrs of Waltzing. Mazourka and Polka Uuadrillca, and the brautifnl and inachadmired Redowa Waltz, Kanry Dancing, Ac.? J Days of luitaoa. Tenadays and IKridays ; hours ofaUieidatice I for l.adiea, Misses and Maaters, from 3 to 6 P. VI.; Gentlemen ; from I to 11 evening.. Assemblies will take place aeini- j monthly, rogMaeucing Nov. 2d. luatrueiioua will be giveu to pupils primtely or in classes, at seimuariea, or at their resideiicea. aud at the class room, or at Mr. R.'a private nc.ide- I my. (2 Caualstreut. The above rooms, duriug the snininer, have beeu greatly improved, painted, decorated, aud the door has been si i laid anew; m 'king it e?jual lo auy room iu ths city Mr. )L would also luform pareuu who may place their clnldreu uuiNr bis charge, that every attriitiou will be paid to their proper instruction and comfort while at school. Kor j further particulars, apply at the daaa room, or at Mr. H.'a re: udeiice, 83 Caul street. al8 lm*rc LANOiNO ACADEMY". 811 AKSI'EARK HOTEL, countu of Dlank ano William Sunn. MK.O. KOBERTSUN. iu announcing to hia frionda aud the puhtlc, that his Classes for the tuition of Dancing will re-open at the above rooina on Wedueiday, Sept. 30th, takes the oi'iwitunity of reluming hia moat aiucere thauka to his late patrooafor their very liberal encouragement, aud respectfully announces that he will mtroduce iu his Academy this season, rarioua new and faahiouable dances, with the favorite Polku. Maxurka and I'olka quadrilles, the graceful aud much admued Kedowa, with Maturka aud other styles of waltxiug; fancy dancing, be. Days of tuition, Wednaadaya and Hniurdaya. Hours of attendance for ladies, Misses and Masters, from 3 to 6 P M.; (ieutlemen from g to Iu iu the evening. .VMembliea will take place semi-monthly, commencing Not. ? Mr. It. would also announce that he will give private instructions to Pupils or in claaaea, at seiniuarioa or at their residences, or at Mr. 11.'s privata Acadainy, 88 Canal street. Mr. R.'a class at the Lyceum, Jersey City, will open ou Thursday, October 1st. For more particular information, pleUM apply at hia residence, >8 Canal street. a!8 lm?rc - d MONEY LENT. THE HIGHEST PRICES advauceJ m la.ee and small Sums on gold and silver Welshes, Diamonds, Plate, Jewelry, Dry Goodb, Furniture, Clothing, and rvary description ef Personal Property. JOHN M DAVIES, Licensed Pawnbroker, 232 William at. near Du&ua at. Persons received in private office by ringing the bell. o20 lm*rrc MRS. E. HILTON, I 84 BrtMidway. opposite Trinity Church. FURNISHED and pleasant apartmen's, with bedrooms I attached, for permanent or transient boarders; suitable, i also, for gent I emeu and their wives, wnh or without board, j and the privilege ol breakfast served in their own rooms ? Gentlemen iu business will will hud the location very convenient for its eoii'iguity to Wall at. o!6 lm*rc FALL AND WINTER CLUTH1NU AT THE CASH TAILORING AND CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT, or W. H. DEGROOT k CO., lIKi Fulton Street, Second block Cut of Broadway, New York, WHKKK every variety of Gentlemen'? Clothing can be bad for lower prices thau at any other establishment iu the city of New York. Over Coats and Over Seeks, of Broadcloth, Beaver, Pilot, Tweeds, and Mazurka Cloths, of every style aud color, from $ I to $20. Cloaks?one half, three ijcarter and lull circle, of French and American Broadclothsvfrom $5 to $23. Dress and Frock Coats-black, blue, brown, olive aud green, of French, English, Bel (nan and American Cloths, from $8 m $16. Office and Business Coats, Pelto, Sack and Winter Frocks? ofTwecds aud Broadcloths of every style in the market, f' m $2 to $6. Pants?Broadcloth, Cassimeres plain and fancy, Doe Skin? . French, English, and American, from $2 to $6 Vests?double breuted, straight breut, and railing collar, | new styles: plaiu and fancy Velvets. Woolen Velvets, Cu i sitnere, plain and fancy Satins and Silks, f.oui $1 to $6. AI.SO, j A large assortment of Broadcloth, Cuaimeres and Vesting!, ( which will be made to order, to salt the most fastidious. (T7"Boys' Clothing, of every description, eoustautly on hand. W. H. DEGROOT It CO., oT lm*r No. 1(3 Fulton street. ( IMPORTANT DECISION. ROAKF.S IODINE Liniment vs. Canes and Crutches. ) It is now decided that if you will use Koake'i Iodine Liniment, you may threw you.- Crutch away. This i tioiu,) the worst possible caaes of Rheumatism, Contractions of the Cords, loss of the nse of the Limbs. Sprains, Bruises, Gout, Swelled 1 egs, Enlarged Glands, Old Ulcers, Scrofula, he. Ite., or the money refunded. Principal Depot 9? John at. o20 lw*rrc BATTLE OF MONTE Kb, Y. ' SARONV It MAJOR have just published two splandid prints?one a startling representation of the Sirgo of Monterey; the other portraying the Generals Ampudia and 'laylor, with their respective staffs, treating for the capitulation of Montcey; both tastefully colored. Siugle copies 12 W cents; per hundred. (6 8. It M.have also published a correct full length likeness of Gen. Taylor, and pictures of all his battles; together wnh a general assortment of beautifully eteculed and colored prints, to which they would call the attention of the public. ] Orders from all parts of the country promptly attended to. Agents reonired in the principal cities and towns, who will be supplied ou the most favorable terms. ol6 2w*r 8ARONY 2c MAJOR, ?9 Nassau st. FREE SCIENTIFIC LFCTGK ESF DK. BANNING, in compliance with numerous icquests, will repeat a public exposition ofanovel and simpli>y ing theory on the cause, nature and relief of distortions and most weakness on the voice, lungs, and spinal, femoral and digestive systems, based on the mechanism and philosophy of the body, illustrated by au original design of oil paintings, and addressed to the medical profession and ladies and gentlemen 1 generally, in the Lecture Room of Kev Dr. Adams's Church, ; Broome street, near Centre, on Monday, Wednesday, ana Friday evenings, at hall-past seven o clock. Public speakers, 1 and all who care to avertfrom their children deformities and ; enfeebled constitutions, or to work out relief for themselves, \ are invited to attend. Lecture* free. 423 Broadway, New i York. ol9 5t*r | WIGS! WIGS! BATCHKLOK'8 new invented Wggs and Scalps, made ol the finest natural curl hair, and adapted in tiit most eaay manner to the peculiar style of each indrviduu. They are sntirely a new invention, doing away with all the vexatious difficulties so long esperrvaced by those who wear wigs. ' The public are invited to inspect a large and well aelected stock, containing every variety of aixe and color; they will then be able to judge the effect. WM. BATCHELOR, inventor and only manufacturer, I Wall street, near Broadway. Removed from MTBroadway ricase to copy the addreaa. o!7 lm*rc Office of the New York Gas Light Company, t October 12, 1216. a THE PRESIDENT and Di rectors have this day declared a dividend of four and one half per cent on the capital Stock of this Company, for the six months ending 1st August last, payable to the stockholders ou and after Moudsy, the 2d November next. i ne irnniirr uoii win uc ciuieu iruin inc mwi iuii. uuui ; that date. By order, o!3 tNor2rc C. L. EVF.R1TT. Hee'y. SCOTT 4" THOMPSON'S CITY CASH Wholesale and Hetail Family Uroecry, Tea, | Wine, and 8pirit Establishment, No. 597 Broadway, New York.?J. 8 Scott k Co., No. 76 Nassau street, in conae qurnce of the aolicitationa of a nntabar of thyir up-town euslomers, liava been induced to open an eatablnlimeut on the I caah principle, at the abore 597 Broadway. They will con- I tantly have on hand the beat aaaortment of goods in the ! above line, and at pricea that muat aatoniah the inhabitant! in ; the upper part of the city. Amongst the aaaortment will be found the following : Teaa of the latent importation* and fineat qualities; sugar* 1 of every grade; Mocha. Java, Lagnayra, and Maracaibo coffee, 1 wines, ehainpaigue, sherry. Madeira, port, claret, kc ke.; 1 Irish an 1 Scotch whiskey (the Scotch whiskey of the celebrated Ulenlevet aud Islay brands); Barclay k Perkins' London brown stout; F.dinburgh and Allowav ale; new M?laga fruit; pickles; soap; sperm candles;oils; old English dairy cheese; Glasgow spiced hams; English, French, and American mustard; a very large assortment of imported Sugars, kc. ke. kc. N. B ?Very old and superior Loudon dock port; Amontillado pale sherry; Manzanilla, do; pale gold and brown sherry; I Last ludis reserve Madeira, Newton, Gordon, Murdoch, and t Scott's, kc. kc. P. S? (roods delivered free of expense iu any part of the city, andfor caih only. nig lm*rrc THORN CHAMPAGNE. i A FRESH INVOICE of thia delightful Champagne i* in i fa. store, to which the attention of merchants, hotel keepers, , sad privsta gaatlemen is invited. The stranding of this Wine : in now superior to thatiof nay in this country, and at no ntgher ! art en than that of the Mat brands C UVING8T N k CO.. wavM istf v# ' w,|i streut J. STOUVENEL A CO., Vs. 3 John itreet, near Broadway, and No. ifl Gold itreet, MANUFACTURERS, and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Glass, Solar, Lard, and Camphene Limps, Chanilehers. Brackets, Hall Lamps and Lautarns, Girandoles, Canilelabras. kc. kc. Private houses, churches, and hotels, fitted up with gas, chandeliers, brackets, kc. We are also manufacturing cnt and plain glass, of every descriptiou, which in quality and catting canuot be surpassed by any in the conntry. All the above articles made to order, ana matched 11 anv pattern, and guaranteed to give sauafactinn?all at a great reduction in Price. Glass cnt to ordff. Lamps altered and refimshed. Goods loaned for parties. sM lm*mc i KITCHEN RANGES. HOLMES'TWO OVEN KITCHEN RANGES. i THE Proprietors are now prepared to furnish Holmes's j Ranges to the trade, or set them nn for private families | or boarding houses, having pnrchased the right from the patentee to manufacture and sell them. Our experience in nsinifsetiirinir and setting Ki Chen Ranges in this city, for the put eighteen years, warrant m in asserting tliat Holmes' Kanye cannot be surpassed for economy, convenience, and durability. They arc warranted to perform the purposes for which they are parcliaaed, and if not, they will he removed free of any eipense to the purchaser. Numerona refereneea can be Riven 10 periops wiahinR to pnrnhue. The price! ranee from 25 to 45 dollars. _ Urates?I'arl or, Office and Bed Room Orates of lateat pet 'Korea?Hall, Office and Bed Room Storea, Stovepipes, be, lie. Tin Ware?Bright,plain, and japaoned. They have masons

at all timea ready to aet rangea, grates, and boilers. Alao amokey chimneya enred?no enre no pay. A. (7ILHOOLY and SON, Proprietorc and Manufacturers, 71 Nassau atreet. all lm*uie ladies' Hair uRfcf*siN<r. WILLIAM J. BARKKR. (formerly with H.Martin, and 1 late with W. Dibblee,) renders hia aerricea to those tadiea who may desire their heada dreaatd at their own dwell lings, on the following terms:? Single time, dressing, , to 50 Do. shampooing and dressing, fO 50 "er.month.every day, proportionable low. W. J. B. a time being wholly devoted to this branch, he will occupy no store; bnt hia order book will he kept at the eatablishliahmrut of Mme. N. Bclieltems. 727 Broadway, antler the New York Hotel, corner of Waverly Place, , where ladies miv wffii their names and residences opposite the honr desired. Kor farther particulars enquire of VV J. B itJus reaiden^e^l7J0aat Brtiadway. sl5 lm*r , '/to Stronger* ami other* uttemtmr tlu f)iir. BROWN'S COFFEE HOUSE AND DINING SALOON, , No. 71 Ptarl Street, (8 the most convenient Honse for those who are attending the Fair to get their meals. The house is aboat three minntes walk from (satis Garden Open till 10 o'clock P. M. OROKOE BROWN, o# Iw're Late of Lovejoy'a Hotel, Proprietor. . , wmmmrnrnm AUCTION aoTlCMI. | H. DUf LI'/LAI . An, dourer. t^HLNi'H ( air AJbi-TOTTLK i ill ( LU/RAU Vrilt r sell This Day, at II o'clock at their Sulci Kooui, Mo. U WILLIAM street?li# doz French Calf Skins, juit re Ceived Iron Nentz, part of which are entitled to debenture They will be sold iu lot* to eeit purehasere. oil lt'r WM W. MH1KLKV, Aucliuiirrr STOl K OK CHOCKKHY. eamaged by lire, at auction, by H. K. WILLAHD, Monday, Oct,26th, 10 o'clock, at the Store, No. 8i Water afreet, a iinautity of Sowing blue and other printed, painted edged dipt CC Ware: China, Olaaa. and Fancy Oooda, ihr Hock ot U C. Wetmore, It Co, damaged b> Cue on the pj:h ulc, iu lota to sou retailers Hjlr ou accouut ol the uuderwritera, for raah ou delivery. C at-log.ies at No. J t'lue street, tins day. N. B ?Oooda mutt be tvkeu away on Tuesday. old ll*r WM. W. SlllKLKl, Auctioneer. 1AUKNITUKIC MAI L?Thu Dsy, Saturday, Oct. lath,at a iu o'clock, by II. K. WIcLAHl), at Hie Malna Kooni, No S Piue aliaet ? I mahogany Kiteuaiou Table, I Mola Bedstead, Megraw Patent, I Dressing Bureaus,! Ceutre Table-, 2 Dinner sets, 6 Solar Latnpa.lt Hall Lanierna, office Desks, Bu-eam, and varioua other articlea. Male potitive to pay advances. olt 11" r JACOB S. I'LATl", Auctioneer. iVCNt 1 Oooda, Hold and Silver Watches, Stc , by Catalogue JACOB M I'LATT will sell thia day, at III o'clock, at the Auction Kooin. -i Plait street, part of a stock ot lierin iu and Kreurli Kaucy Oooda, comprising most of the articb a in this line, viz: Suuff and Tobacco Boies, Harmonica, Canes, tine gilt and plaled t iuard Cliaiua, hair and clolh Bitiahaa. Oeruiau silver pen and I'eucil Cases, pearl Uuttoua, Cards, Steel Pens, Kiahtug Tackle, Combs. Whips, fancy Boxei, Accordeous, fancy Soap, Neck Lhams, ai.k Purses, silver Pencils, Lesd do, kc fcc. Also, ISO gold i'ecs iu stiver cases, with diamond poill Also, I ml gold aud silver Watches, an entire invoice. Also, I invoice of decks. -aim, w un jui rr.erve, ncrcises such.til polishing Powder, 6 doz each. without rctcrve. AI *n, on* in voice of French Billiard Cues, nude from lioui wood*, Willi crathers complete. Ali'i, 100 sets line Tea Trays, assorted Also.au luvoice fine Pocket Cutlery, suitable lor Country Mercliauu, being well assorted aud lu liuv order. o24 lt*rrc HZ3B I TO LET, AND l'Oasdh SSION IMMEDIATELY GIVEN. MTlie Modern Thre* 8tory and Attic Brick House, No. it) West Washington Place? Onr-liilf of the ino- ' dern do. No. 121 Hammond street, emulating of eight I room*, with kitchen and lis11 , f under cellar, the other half I now occupied by a guntael small family, to whoui apply. Also, tile New ftore.aud Brick Dwelling House, No. 90 Siith ai ouue, usr.r Eighth stieet, now being finished, all in complete order. Apply to L AMBERT BU Y DAM, c2l 3t*r No. IAS Waverly Place. SsllUPS TCI LET, with. Steam Powtr. M TO LET?The premises in the rear of N.is 70 and 71 Bowery, aud rear of 44 Elizabeth*!. There are llirss large buildings, with a good strain engine. The : piemises are now occupied as a laundry or washing establishment. Kuirauc* from the Bowery, aud a cartway from Elizabeth a:. Possession given 1st Nov. Apply to o2t 3t?r H. k 8. MA V NOR. 78 Bowery. M TO BE 80I.D AT AUCTION, at the Merchants' ptW Exchange, iu the citv of New York, on Tuesday, tho XalflLHih day of Octoher, 1246,a: 12 o'clock at noon, all that Dw cllii'g House, Stable aud Piece of Land, situated iu Brooklyn, on the left sije of tlie Jamaica Turnpike Road, leiding Iroin Brooklvu, about four miles from I lie Eulton ...,i .1,. t. ... i... .1. i-. . i...s? i ? * Simonsou.) and is adjoining (he property of Mr. Lel^nrds. The land comprises a Iroutage and rear of 276 feet, and ill) fart in depth omboth sides (he the time more or le??) and ta equal to ahout ffl city lota. The liouae and premiaea are well adapted for a nurseryman, market gardener, milkman, or bakarv. The sain will be positive, and the terma will be made knowu at the sale. For any further information apply to JOHN COOK, Counsellor at Law, o23 It No. Ill Nassau streej, Ntw York. WATTRIPONT ft JaMKS, [ FASHIONABLE HATTERS ? | 12 Naaaau street, urar Fultiui, New bork. Jpa* rlMIE Subscribers beg to state that they have always ou ft baud a clioica aaiortineut of Hats of their own mauufac- i ture. Their materials are importrd direct from Paris, and they tiatter themselves that for quality and beauty of nuisli their Hats cannot be surpassed, and at a reasonable price. They have a case of tine Moleskiu Mats, at the hair of the ; American lustitnte, No. 912. M. B. WATTRIPONT, ol7 lwis*r W.V1. H. JAMES. KNOX. ft 121 FULTON STREET, (Suu Building.) J^^lleeming it unnecessary to enter into particularsJpk [ respectinx his Fall Faahious lor IRIS, would simply state that hisuew style will excel in beauty, liithlness, tasteaud color, auy thing ever offered to the HatwearniE public of the city of.NewYark. His prices are as low as his hats are fine. ' olT lwis*r j yacht northern lh;hi for sale. ! The undersigned, hiving concluded to witlidraw MKflffWfrnin " Yachting," offers for sale the well known JSCaLachooner yacht NORTHERN LIOHT, 70 tons 1 flirt he u The Northern Light is most substantially built of white oak, copper lasteueif coppered to the wales, and n eery tho- j roughly I'ound in nil reaper is. There are 'wo stale rooms, having two berhs each, and eight open berths (four of which are double) in her after cabin, which, with right berths in her forward cabin, afford accommodations for 21 passengers, being admirably calculated far a yacht, or packet for passengers, in our Southern waters. -.The qualities of the Northern Light for sailing, and as a ''sea boat,' are loo well kuown to require further description. For terms and other particulars apply to the subscriber, at No. H South Market street, Boston t o24 (wrrc W. P. WINCHESTER. IS PACKET SHIP OARRICK for LiverpoolkjHjWW Passengers by this ship will please be on board at ^BBfeOrleana wharf, foot of Wa'l street, oil Monday, 26th I mat. at 12 M., at which time the ship will sail. Letter bags . will close at the usnal places at half past II o'clock. o24r NOTICE?The Packet Ship OENESE*. lor aJjafWNew Orleans?Passengers be this ship will please i ^HBilSphe on boatd at Orleans wharf, fjol of Wall street, at 12 o'clock, at which time the ship will sail. <>24 ib- Havana line of packets from philaMnCT^ilf.li'hi A?The A i fast sailing packet bark kliMMlBmZABETH Ji John S. Remington. master, will sail positively on 1st November. Passengers will leave on 2d. For f. eight or passage, having superior furnished accommodations, apply to JOHN F. OHL It SON, n24 tN2*g 101 S. Wharves, Philadelphia. NEW LINE OF PA<;KErs rUK LiVK.Hl??V POOL-Packet of 26th of October?The splendid, flHb(ast sailing and favorite packet ship OAKRICK.10VJ tous burthen, ('Opt Trask, will sail on Monday, October 26, her regular day. W <t J.T. TAPSCOTT, at their general passage Office, o21 gc 06 South st, second door below Bnrling Blip. "sAk- ONLY HK.OULAB LINE OF NEW OK- : mffELKANS PACKETS?The ships to sail in Tap) ; JHHbsfcott's Regular New Orleana Line, ia their proper order, are as fellowa, via:? _ tacaet imp ummesilc, captain Minot, loot ol Wall at., 14th October. Packet ihi|> (new) ATLANTIC, Captaiu Hoar, Toot of Wall itreet, on 21th October. The packet ahip SULTANA, Captain Bunker, foot of Maiden lane, Hat October. W. It J. T. TAPSCOTT, 86 South atreet, 023 rrc two doom below Burling Blip. FOR NEW OKLKAN8? Loniaiana and New njffy York Line?Positively the first and only Regular JMiMfaPacket, to morrow, October 14th?The laat tailing bark iiKNESEE, Captain Minot, la now loading, and will poailively aail aa above, her regular day. For freight or paaaagr, apply on board, at Orleana wharf, foot of Wall atreet, or to K. K. COLLINS It CO., 36 South at. Poaitively] no gooda received alter THIS evening, 13d October Paaarugera will pleaae be on board to-morrow, at 3 P. M., at at which time the abip will aail Agent in New Orleana. Jamea E. Woodruff, who will promptly forward all gooda to tuaaddreaa. The Regular Packet Ship Hudton. Page, matter, will tuceeeil the (ieneaee, and aail on November 5th, her regular day j 024 A As**- NEW LINE OF PACKET SHIPS KOR tnHMfVLIVKRPOOL?The new, tplendid, fait aailing, { band lavorite packet ahip (1AUR1CK, Capt. Train, lion tuna burthen, will sail on Monday, October 26th, her regular tailing day. The ahipt of thia line being all 1000 tona and upwarda, per. aona about to embark for the Old Country, will not fail to aee the advantagea to be derived from aelecting thia lite in preference Co any other, aa their great capacity rendera llieui errrv war more comfortable and convenient than ahipa oft am-ill claas, and their aceoramodationa for cabin, 3d cabin,and ateeragr paaaengera, it ia well known, la auperior to thoae of any other I'neof par hew Peraona wiahiug to aeenre birtha ahonld not fail to make ea'ly application on board, loot of Wall atieet, or to W. It J. T T \P8COTT, At their general Peaaage Office, o24 se South ureer 2d door, below Burling alip. PACKET SHIP MALTIMOKK Prom Havre? Mgf^WConaigneea by thia Ship will pleaie tend their PerJHHKamita on board, at pier No a, North river, or to the oflle-. BOYD It HINCKEN, US Wall at All gooda not permitted in S uaya, will be aent to the public atore o22r ana- PACKET SHIP HOSCIUH, from Liverpoolwjjyia now diacharging under general order at Orleaua flpBfawharf, root of Wall atreet All gooda not permitted in five daya, will be aent to the public atnre. o22 Mmp FOK'LI VEKPOOL-Packet of the 24th of Octo|H?>ber?The elegant new packet ahip NIAGARA, JaBBba' tpt lluaaell, will be deapatched aa above. Thiaaplendid packet ahip haa unequalled accommodatinna for cabin and aecoud cabin paaaengera. The latter will he tak n at ateerage ratea. Thoae about to take paaaage would do well to examiue thia auperior ahip previoua to engaging elaewhere. For terma of paaaage, apply on board the ahip, at Mnrray'a wharf, foot of Wall atreet, or to o2( J. HERDMAN, ?1 South at. FOU LIVERPOOL?The New Line-Regular nlnPacket of 21at November ?The well known, faat ' JUBKiaailing packet ahip HOTTINOUER, 1000 tona, ( apt lia Hnraley, will aail aa above, her regular day l> nr Trsiiyhl or naiiagg having iil*n/4irl larog and rsmf.rr. table stale room* and cabin, apply to the Captain on board, at neat aide of Unrling alip, or to WOODHILL fc MINTUKN, i IT Mouth atraet. Price ol paatage $75. The packet ship LIVKRPOOL, 1200 tona hurt Hen, Captain j John Eldridge, will ancceed the Hottingner, and tail on her 4 regular day, iilat December. ] JAM KM BKVF.RIDtJE, Mail Maker, Corner r^MWKrnnt and Kooaerelt atreefa?Baila, Awning'. Saga, JHalfinkr , made to order.in a neat and anba'antial manner, at lew price*. Hnila to be re|>aired intnred against Are, sua toted gratia. Mecnrad from rata and dampueaa. All orders pnnctnallr eaecnted. oM lm?rr~ TO THE LOVERS OF BUCKWHEAT CAKP.B? Do yon want a good plate of BuokwheH Cakes 1 If yon do, call at the New York Coffee Saloon, kept by H. Knppeltnan, 117 Kulton alreet, ! where run will find Bnrkwheat, Wheat, Indian, and Wheat ! and Indian Cakea at all honra, aa gcodaa can be found in the city. Braakfaat, dinner and tea at all honra. Open on Hon- . da ye, o Ift lw?r SANFORDS AT IT AGAIN. THE TAILORING BUSINESS carried on formerly by Wm.Matthteaten,l77 Kulton at.,will hereafter be continued by Sandford fc Brothera.and we wnnld aay to the public and onr friends now it the time, for we hare jnat pnrchaaed an ; entire new atock of French, Kngliih and Belgian clotlia.'and erery rariety of caaaimerea and reatinga that ia fathomable , or deaitable, which will be made np to order to anit the moat difficult aa to fashion, taate and workmanahip. Also, n full j aaaortmcnt of irentlemen'a ontAuing, aurh aa ahirta, drawere, i boaoma, collara auapendera, nmhreTlaa, kc , all of which wn guarantee to sell as low at they can be bought in the city ? , Comeandaen HANFORI) BROTHF.K8, 127 Knlton at., neat Herald office. ! Manrtra B. SiarogD, Aaitit ' M?*?n?n. _____ alOlm'rh A. T. S ! EWART &l CO. HAVING made nteuaire pnrchaaas at the large and peremptory auction tale of French tiooda, from the eele- i brated manufactory of Paturle, Lnptn, Mcydonx, Bieber k Co. of Paria, are enabled to offer the Kirheat Paria Hilkt and Milk Robes: Cashmere d'Ecoeee, printed and embroidered; Mouaeeltne de Leine, do do Hieli Cnehmere Long and Sqnare Shawls, kc. kc.; At prtcca greatly below the Coat of importation ol7 Iwiare Broadway and Readc ate, HELGJAN COOKING STOVES. 2 OF these famous Cooking Mtorct for eele. OKORUE r (JERUINO, anMlnao* ? AMatdonUo*. Jim K*KJT?. dcrsoaJI latutua. mark , Polouius. Uuii Ut'i", I iua.Ua tihoat.Dyott; Opnelta.Mra Dual, taertrudr. Abbott, Aetn ? Miu ttordou To couefade with the Karce of 4(fc X?Mi Lilly white Mr b Mil Lilly white, Mr* Veraou Previous to tlie Tragedy, ? Shakerian Oi ei. I., Bishop Monday, Mr Anderson's 7.h eight. Doors open at at hal' : .?! ? o' >rk aid the i ?rlorraa*< will commence at 7 o'tlork Boies ti . Tit 4 ta a , tea I IwrBtwM. 1 BUWKRV THKATBIC?Saturday fcseeing, October Mm. ?6lh night of the i trait .1 Splendid Drama of MONTI. ZUMA.or, 'The Lait of the Attrva Dramatis l>ra,a.? ? Mexicans?Moutezuiiia, hmieror ol Mexicai. Mr ainrui Triipualli Teoteiirhli ot H ii itlilopotc hi i. t larkr Priufaaa L'holitla, Daughter ot Motitesuma, slra. MadMQi H(iaaiir4i ?Herusuiio Cortet, the I ou.ueror of Mtiicu. Mr Nettie Juan Kcalauce, Page to I'ortri, Mlaa h Barber Previous to which the Tragedy ol UAMdN li 1*1 'I'M I A*? Dainou, Mr A. A Adams Doors open at 7 o'clock, ettrtsia will rise st hall past * ? Dress Circle, 10 cents; Upper Boies, 71 caats Pit sad tiaile ry. Ijkj cenu Mitchell n olvmpic thlatkic-h uiug. Ui'tober 24 The evening a rut rrtam earn i a II routtneuce with the |Kipc lar Kan e ol The III)! ?r llt'li Dual, Mr liollaud. After wi.ich the laughable farce rutitled the BOOTH A'l '1 HI'. SWAN'?Jacob Karwig, ,\1r Mitchell To be follow bv the lauirhablc barer of Tlir I APT At \ lit. TIIK WATCH After which the Or ml Mutual ("airy llutlrsine Kstrai> ganxa, of KAIKV UTAH Dress circle SO cents; np|>er botes IS cents; pit one shilling private botes $S. Doors open at half past < o'clock; curiam rises at 7. CIRCUS?UOWKKY AMIMUTlthA I III. THIS BVfNINU 6th Avvearanre in America of 8IONOR FELIX CARLO. The Celebrated cud L'uivrriully Farorite Italiau I -lotra.fraai Kraucoui's, Paris; Aalley'a, Londou; aud all Die principal European rheat'es and Circuttes. Brilliant full drrta Walt/, aud Gallopade Dislocation Feats, by Professor Percj. Mr. Dale will rule his Great Principal Act Feats and Fxercisea ol Modern Gvumasiuiai?Mr Brewer. The Flight of l.aSylphide by Mrs (sullen Won derful Antipodeiu Performance, by Sr. Fri t Carlo l ord Vol ante, by Mr li W Suiilli. Mr Lipmui will appear luauew scene of Horsemanship. Doors opeu at o'clock. Performances to commence at T 6'clock. Botes2Scents. Pit IJXcents. ol# lw*c "ARCH STREET TIIK \TKr., FliilLA Ukl.PH I \ " W. K. Bi'iiton Manager aud l.eaaee J M. Scott Stage Manager IE/ Thia Theatre haa been thoroughly re-decorated in the moat gorgeous style, and la now the most beautiful Theatre in the Uuion. Positively thr tail night of the Jiavtl family. Henr/it of Gabriel Ravel. SATURDAY F.VKNINO, OCT. II. The evening's F.utrrtaiumrnt will commence wnh THB DUMB BELL. Ta be followed by the TIGHT ROI'K, by the RAVEL FAMILY. In ancceasion the CACHUCHA. By Mdlle Leon Jovtlla, (Late Miss Wrlls ) Af.er which THE WOOD CUTTERS. After which the Farce of IS HE JEALOUS ! The shore to conclude with? M DKKHALUvlKW On Monday. Mr JAMES W A 1,1. At K Sr. WALKll'i STREET THEATRE. PHILADELPHIA E A. MansHai.t., Lessee W. U Bi.aaa', Manager. Sixth night oI M H . FORRES T . SATURDAY EVE.NINIJ, Oct. 21, l#46, will be performed the eslebratetl Tragedy of the OLAD1ATOR. Hpjrtirtu Mr Forreat. Phaaariua... Mr J.auiirsoii. | i o conclude Willi? DEAF A8 A POST. Tristram 8ap| y...... , Mr Chipnuiti On Mr Forrest as MKTAMOKA ^ 0""ArraiiKeuieiits have been positively entered into Willi the followiui; ga'axy oflaleut:?The popular operatic corps, Mrs, Heicuiu, Mr. Fraier, Mr. Begum, Madaine Augusta, Mad'sllr Dinner. ktr Till-: ALII AMI! A SALOON. 669 Broadway near Prince itreet. THIS Sreudid and Spacious Saloon is now open for the Season. (f?" ADMITTANCE ONE BHILL'NO. VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCI-7K18, Tliis and Every Evening dorms tlie Week Beautiful Illusions bv the Lady Magician, Ventriloquism by Mr Wyman. Dancing by M'lle Jesselyue. Full particulars in the small hills. Doors oi>vu at 7?Commence at 8 o'clock. o!9 Iw*c T A B E Jl'N A C L E . I L.?.uruisu D E MEYER'S THIRD GRAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL (The eighteenth appearance before an appreciating New York , public ) IN AID OK THE GERMAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, Will take place ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3d. 1818. He will be assisted by the lirat artiste* iu the city, and MR. GEORGE LODER, With liia whole ORCHESTRA consisting of forty-two eminent artiatea and several ama'enra. The very attrac'ive Programme will be duly published. & OG" No Poitpunement on account of the weather.-^00 (.24 :u lit. 3 re ; VA uDERLYN'S GREAT NATIONAL | PICTURE of the Lauding ol Columbus, painted by order of Congress, is now exhibiting for a short time in the , large saloon of the Academy of Design, coruer of Broadwayem! Leonard streets. Open from 9 A M to 10 P M. Season tickets 50 cents; single admission, 23 eta; descriptive pamphlets, 6,la<.21 3wi?*tc RAYMOND & WARING'SIMMENSE.MENA- ! GERIE, WILLOpiuatNlBLO'SGARDEN.on WEDNESDAY | EVENING, Oct. 28th, for a shoit time. This estab- : lishmeut haviug recently been enlarged by a new accession of animals from Europe, together with the ferocious Linus used by the celebrated Mr. Carter in London, renders it the best aud most extensive Menagerie in the United States. On their entrance into town they will be preceded by u 1 gorgeous Unman < liriot. literally cnvereJ with gold, supe- , rior to Van Amburgh's or any tliiug ever coustrncted. both in carving and gildiug. Length of Chariot 30 feet; height to j summit ol canopy. 20 feet; weight. 8000 lbs. Mr. PIERCE, the great animal tamer, will signalize him- | I'srds, Tigers, Grizzly Bears, Sir. This establishment requires 611 men and IUU horses of the largest size. In the beginning of the world, as we are taught by the Holy 8criptmes, God aaid unto man, "And to every beaat of the e irth, and to every Ibwl ol the air, and to every thing that crerpeih upon the earth, wherein there ia life, I surrender to thee control; and thou ahalt hare dominion orer the tub ol the aea, and orer the fowla of the air, and orer erery thing that moreth upon the earth, ahalt thou have dominion." When thia power and dominion waa given by the Almighty to man, it waa intended by hia wiadom. that he, unto whom he had confided ao much, ahould become acquainted and familiar with the subjectsover which he ahould exercise lua rule Hence, it became necessary that man ahould atudy the history of animated nature, make himaelf matter of a tcience on which hit own happiness depended, and which, when developed, could not fail to advance the great cauaea of civilization rnd learning. Ho fully waa all thia appreciated, in the early augea of civilization, religion anillight that'he early loundrra of Christianity in Europe and England, collected immeuae menagenet, to which they introduced their children, and taught them that all animated nature proved the axiatence of that God whote goapel they taught, mid whole law waa paramount to all olhrra, and muit he obeyed. We read that St. Auguatiu, aoon after he eitahliahed himself at Canterbury, and there reared the bleated cn>u,collected from all the remote nation! of the earth that were acceaaible, specimen! of the aimnal world, and taught hii monks that the atudy of natural history waa not only eaaeutial to commou in elligence, but to the propagation of religion itself. In more recent timet, all ol the enlighteued States of Europe, in obedience to the commands ol their sovereigns, have, 1 at vast laoor and expense, established niatitutea, made up or ! the animal world, for the purpose of aiding the propagation and advancement of science and useful knowledge. England, e ranee, Italy, Germany, in fact all modern Europe hare, for centuries bnck, paid uuremitting attention to this subject, and that uatiou of Europe which-has not its Natural Historical Institute, is regarded as ou that backward course lliat leads, iu the cud, to semi-barbaric ignorance and folly. Admission 23 cents. o2l 3teod is *r RAYMOND * WAKING'S IMMENSE ME^ NAGERIE WILL Open at NIBLO'8 GARDEN, on Wednesday Evening, Oct. 28th. The place ia now in active preparation. On Thursday moming, Oct. 28th, the nroceaaion will enter and parade the city, preparatory to tne:r openmg R the evening. The Mad Elephant, and Great Roman Chariot will ptecede the Cavalcade of 30 waggons tilled with animala. and drawn by 100 horaea. oggitin'rre HOWES ft CU.'b N. V. MAMMOTH OHIO US THI8 nnrivatled corps of Kqneatnana will petfoim ai Kllensville ou ilie 22d of October; nt Liberty nu the 23d; at Vonticello on the 23 h; at tfloomingbnrgli on the 2Sth; at Walden on the 27ih. and at Newbursn on the 28th October ill ft. Thit is the Largest Establirbment erer organized the United States, comprising IM Men and Hones, requiting M Carriages to cenvey the performers, wardrobes, musicians lie. The company has attached to it Eight Female equef trisns, among whom is the Greatest Female Hider of tn? Age, recently arriyed from Paris, MADAME MARIE MAC ARTE, whose new style of Equestrian Keats, peculiarly her own, being chaste and classic; her graceful and fascinating address, and the charming niivrte with which she chains herundienee, render this gifted and highly-educated arliile the leading feature of the arena in this country. The Proprietors reler the public to the brilliant description giver in the respective news -apers of the estraordiaary and daring feats performed b' this distinguished arliile. EunestriaJ Director, Mr. HOWE8; Hiding Master, Mr NIXON, and the unapproachable down, DAN RICE. Aisosi the Performers is the celebrated and principal Hi der, the Napoleon of the Arena, Mr. HOBHS, whoae feats oa Horseback are the moat eitrsordinary ever witnessed. Juye ntle set of Horsemanship by Muter Nigra Olympic Kier cues, by the whole romi>iuy, led by the treat European Tumbler, Mr. MACAMTK. Wonderful Eesta by Mr Dole's Docs, Heetor and Billy The SWISS BROTHERS, in their elegant Gymnutie Postures aud Groupings. Mr Sweet u the Charioteer of I'hmbus. Posturing and Gvm ut|ca, by Mr Niton and his son. Mr. Howes iu his Slyihokicical and brilliant Act of " kancie* of Proteus." Mr 0. Howes hi Slack Hope involutions Mr Geo Sweet, the celebrated Tifht Hope Dancer. With a variety of others. The whole cmnpritiiia the leading, most talented, aad rlusie performers in the world. .,18 r HOWES k CO.'S New Vork Mammoth Circus. TROTTING. 1 PHILADELPHIA HUNTINO PARK COURSE m T -Ahh, -AfrfriiwUjL?^Ljtf3B^3HESkiISj?BC3BSSS252^? THE kali Meeting over the above Course will commrnre oa Tuesday, the 3d of November, and coulinue two days. 1st day, Nov. 3, purse Two mile heats, nnder the sad die, free for a'.! ..rotting horse* eicept Moscow add Lady Sal folk. Same day, parte f IDA, free for horses that never won jnoney, 3 mile beats, m harness 2d day. Nov. 4, purse S300, |I00 to the second best. 2 mile hears, in harness, free for all trotting horses. Ssme day, purse $200, mile heals, best I in J, I" wagons, free for hones that never won a porta of $*>0. evcept rrey Eagle. Wagon aud driver to weigh 30# pounds. Two or more to make a trot for each purse. Entries ftir Ihe shove purses to be made at Green h Dnsee a, in New York, and at the Course in fhltodelphm, on Monday, the 26th of October, by J o'clock l\ M. PMladelphia, Oct il, II4A F ()!i < I f f TOW OS! i Ft' U ' f S /' Or 1 O ?fi A Pair of HTY LI3H HOKBM, Sonn?l 0*a> IgfSil. in Double and Single Harness, or onder lhe Sad ,11. |f not sold before Monday, they will be sent It, the country for the wintertime. Apply at 24 Trinity litre, (private Stable) or at 72Greenwich street ?22M*rtc ~~ LAKL). 41 Barrels prime Leaf Lard, for tale by _ 31 oil * * COLLINS It CO., id South*4 , > LATEST nfTKLLIGES'CF, nuautmio. m ?, Oet fl, o'clock, 1' M. Our flour and ^d.u mirkoti were quit* uumjw mated to day Wf have beard ok * ry law Iran* artion* in flour and ft* n lliif?r? aru evidently kurd.iiy bark. fHnali *aie< m *uperllne flour were made at per bU , lie ng |{| r ent* under |Nterday'* quotation* Bc rrttn, U1 II. T aVIork, I* M Tbetu liao been a Wight re art-un .a die Piulm e market* Hoar eloaed at |l |<er bM , wbirti wn the rutin* quotation lor the bueiue** of the d.?v ? torn waa <oM freely atflfloenta per buaheJ; wlieal ruled at W cent*. Kr..ght to Albany. Ior when', 2* rent*; flour ut cent*. BY TME~M~A | L?. WaorrraeVwa, Oat ? |U4a kerarU A Irttrr i* Ikt .Vi/kmJ |w>fk|?*red tka a*ran|, fioai tho *e*t ef * u Irtt m a ?ery iwperlaat arret. (if *arb really kr tka r*?e re?arJiac taa ? pilulatioo ef Meatorey. ta wit tk* aa|>ewtito*e af tka ammunition ?| tit* tieiieging Thi* l>u hoan iiAnent and (tad cartas* tia tyi tor wrraatar, aarti Ira* for (rati victory. and aa we <l*t*(X not th* A mm nets (tnaitl aor m ad a large lot of powder and boll in th* occupation ol Ika cat jr. ba l*d right Tbo very tlnm that ha did ? > required to a* dona to ataoin it Wr m aiat upon it. It* did right ant boo W* aboil |<othape hav* thu o Atrial ratuine from lb* *ra et tbo vaimua diviaiona, brigade*, ragimaota and oofj aalaa tbi* **?n lug; and a* aro aaliaA* I that they wall aot ail ttriliiaf at defiance We Ilka old /aria 'I'atior eaiaediugly wail H* * juit a* ataa.ly aa h* ia m*d>, ami jtaat a* tough aa k* m rough , and ha ia not a whit wuia rough and raadt than he ia tough and ataa.ly It* ia the gr**toat Kiio at making iuutu that o* hat* started out aa tramp fot ome time A rootnion jour mil inak* a pan a da*. but old /ark at NaalMa) made tliraoa and rut aot a lot o? clothing haaidaa Aa the lade aay b* M a crowdar k* ia - he'a one of tl.em, and b* ur.t any thing aiaa An idle rami I thi* monung of the troorh erou* violation of tho aranatice btr Ampndi* I'wa the taholo Klatory ?.t Ml enlightened aoldtar. a* ho pcefaaaoa to ha, lie ia juat Panic enough in hit idea *< laith to h* guilty of tuch liaaenea* . bm than tbera 11 on* raaiioiniag principle which it ail |?>w erftil with him. avan when hiword uf honor would ho otherwia* diaiegraded, and that ia the principle of fear 1 lien. i? no danger of hie a* nailing lleneral Taylor in Monterey The runaway , who an the (Irat man torroa* the Km (irand* fruio He aacu de la Palm*. will h* the laet man to attach the American army in a fortified town The telegraph at laat ha* brought tia the nawi of tinCaledonia's arrival, ami the aafety of th* (treat Britain on the ahcai* of Ireland There ia aom-thiog ominoua in till* grounding of the <lr*it Hntain on the Iriah cooit May not" Voting Ireland" take heart at it. and conation it iuto a aort of a aign. or a token, or aomnthiog of that aort A'mif vrrrom , hut for the pn-aent they are ahoit of potatoea Some of our religiona people think the atraud iug of th* log ateamer waa a judgment ol the Imrd upau her lor having those lorry or liny iiansii uimni ui< hoard We dont know, hut we hope the little Baytderet will hurry along. father Kitrhie has satisfactorily explained the I'enu sylvania elections to ha a great victory of the tariff ol '4ti We are apprehensive, notwithstanding, that the calculation will tall abort in 1H4B, and that nothing ahort of another Kane letter will *uve the State further particular* of other matter* thla aft*rneon W WiiHianm*, Oct, 3*4, 1*46. Item! of the Jifternaon?The Mailt?The Cabinet? Tht Volunteer! and tht Secretary of the Treatury?The finance! and the financier!?I'rrparationi for Cangrrsi?Mr. C. J. Ingerioll on the <jui vivt?Harnabai Batei, Kaq.? The Racei, fc " No mail thia afternoon *outh of Augusta, Georgia'? Thia hring* Mr. James L. Day under another fine of aom* thirty-tire dollar*. The stage line between Montgomery and Mobile, al>out 190 milea, has been rather unfortunate this season, a* also the railroad between Kaleigh end Richmond. The Cabinet hare had an extraordinary session to-day, supposed to be upon the question of our immediate heary augmentation of the land and naral forces operating against Mexico. The Quartermaster General ad inl., Major Stanton, has a bill in hand, from the western volunteers of the Army of Occupation, of $300,000, which he presented yesterday to the Secretary of War?the Secretary of War sent it to the Secretary of the Treasury, who, not having the money "just then," was " not at home," and to day we hear that Mr. Walker is on the sick list. It 'a enough to make a man sick to he harraesad in this way Meantime, the Departments are preparing their several reports to hand in with the President's message on the re assembling of Congress We shall have a busy time the next session with the finances. Geo. W. Beebee, one of the Wall street financiers, has been here in reference, we rather calculate, to those loans and Treasury notes. Mr. Walker dined with him on Tuesday at Coleman's. Six per cent, was the price of that champaigne, you may rely upon it. A Mr. Kox, also supposed to he a moneyed man,was here yesterday, and left last night. I'ncle Bam is in the hands of the brokers, and he will be shaved to the skin, chin, whiskers and skull, unless Congress shall interpose to wrest him from the barbers. Ho is already docked ef hiaaiong queue -? ? I'nder the law of the la*t < ongress, a portion of money hai become due to tho claimant! of thoae Mexican in demnitiei. They will not take treaiury note*, because they are at a depreciation of two or throe per cent., and the transhipments of specie come alone so very slowly that the big vault in the Treasury Department, which was wont to sparkle with silver and gold and old bullion, n now as dark and hollow as a cavern. There are means, but we cannot get at them ; and we might as well not have them. But, never mind, we shall hold up till the first Monday in December, and then you will see a string of figures which will astonish the '?one and sinew of the counlry. It will be equal to Pika's Arithmetic in the matter of loss and gain. Itrm We would, ruA resa. inquire whether Mr. C.J. Ingcrsoll is not in town, and had be not a conference todaylwith Mr. Btubbs of the Htate Department; and, if it were in relation to Mr. Webster's alleged contingent fund defalcation, we would further .respectfully submit if it would not be most judicious to all concerned te let the verdict of the jury stand as the judgment of the court? Our old and esteemed friend of the cross, Barnabas Bates, Esq , has left us after a short sojourn of two days. Wc are afraid the Administration have postponed an answer te the application of this gentleman, if ladeod he did apply for that 'ere pursership. And we might as wall say that Mr. Polk might go much further and fare much worse. A more clever and competent man than Mr. B does not often olfer himself for a post ol this class. There was. yesterday .and to-day, a horse race at the National Course, three miles North of Washington There will bo another to-morrow, when we shall give the whole of them together. The purses were light, and the horses were from the neighborhood, and the crowd was slim. Weather stormy and cold. Truly, THE DOCTOR. WsSHinnTO*. Oct 21, 1M4, 19 o'clock, M. The Cabinet?Mexico?Tke Plan of the Campaign K* plained? Stale of Ike Gama?JPrmaeU and Paat. The onward movement of the Army, and the projected combined operation! of the Army and Navy ware yee tcrday the subject of the Cabinet's deliberations. Maps were explained, despatches were read, opinions were heard, estimates were made, and the moat important conclusion arrived at as wa are informed, was the opinion that the war must be closed, if possible, before the adjournment of the coming session. It is thought that "the Castle" may, by a conjoint operation by land and sea, be bombarded and starved out It is surmised, from the " hand to mouth " system of the Mexicans, as universally practised, that there is not more than fortv days provision in the fortress, at the extent nnd that lass than that time,by a claae investment from the landiide, will be sufficient to reduce the gerrison te a ca pitulation, without the necessity of a eavp dt main Tho war will not be closed while the castle remeins untouched. It is the key of Mexico?it is the citadel of the nation To reduce the Mexican* emphatically that cae tie must be reduced, end we ere gr?tia*<i 10 rm mmosr officially assured thet the thing i? te he done. The programme is simple and practical; Oen. Taylor Uto Ire supplied with reinforoements, munition* and pro viaioni. The War Department to purchasing transports, and issuing order* at different point* for pork, potatoes, onion*, flour and ?onr-krout. A hundred men and hoys are still employed at the ereenal of this city in making cartridges for the army; and hut yesterday a large schooner was receiving on board a cargo of powder and cold iron, sufficient to oestroy a doaen regiments ? Ten thousand men, regulars and volunteer*, are to march to the concentration at 8an Luis Potoei, ? Ave thousand from Tampico, up the river Panuco. under (ieneral Patterson, two hundred and flfty miles for one hundred of which the Panuco ia supposed'to be navigable lor light-draft staamhoata, ceitain it for barges, which will (fiord tha means of transportation of all the required munition*, artillery and provisions Ueneral Taylor, from Monterey, reinforced by 4.000 men. alter garrisoning the city, will have an affective division of lO.OnO men. A? a part of hi* reinforcement, we understand Hcneral Wool is to cross down with ell despatch with his division of *000 men, to '-o-operate with tha line of operations from tha depots et Camergo and .Monterey. Oeneral Taylor will have a journey southward to Han Lull of upwards of three hun died miles, while the division from Tampico westward, with a march of not over two hundred end flfty miles, it is calculated to bring up simultaneously with the meiu body of the army from the north. Hen Luis will thus be placed under a conjoint assaslt of 10,000 men on the oorth ami east by Taylor, and by 6,000 on tha western ids fiom Tampico. In all this, the contingencies of an intermediate battle or two by each division, are to be taken into the estimate. It is expected that there will he a stout resistance to Oeneral ratterson and tha fleet assisting him at Tarn pico, which may detain him three weeks before taking up tho line of march to Han Luie. On the other hand, i ieneral Taylor calculate* upon a heavy light at Meltiiio, and several sharp skirmishes in the intervening pa**e* He will then have tome M0 miles, over a partTcnlmly

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