Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 27, 1848, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 27, 1848 Page 2
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NEW YORK HERALD. I Mk-WeilUmtrof KiUtoii iiidNuwuiU. JANES OOKOOSf BENNETT, PROPRIETOR. ; NK UAll. Y IIKH vdktwmt every day. Fm rmti rrr COpv?*; i* v" ?"??' TV MOtblXil KDITHiN U \ iklvK'd pVfvfc 4 *1 ni* before bft'lkfix*t: | /OTKK.Nl Ht V Kli! I'll >S Citn fcr Vi<f of fV nnmSoyt, all i>Vl.*k.P. M.aml t\e ^ ml iFTKRXIHJX KMTION ? o'clockrut M KEKLY HRKjllM?Every Saturday, for omiiiiUmi on tkr American (* r,t- reiiti t>er ropy, JL.1 lt)f j*r taw*. Koory ?< cktd<iy for fiinwoi ci'miii/w, n incluAe rhc p.>-f'or The K?ro,i?<ia rjitimi | WUHf v,w"rn *" "" rrrn -i m w JU. LKTI RKS bj m.n/. /or or un/A o/Jtvrto he po i paid. *r thr pomtnqt vnll hr deducted from (At mOHS\ rfm''ti4l. aM , . VOLVKl AK YCORRKSPOSDUm K.contauunc important am, /rom <i?v ^u.irf.r /lA. wrU; d.uriUbt ji?MK.VW (rmr W rrwry morninf. atui to *4 ? (A. morninp n nd .lJUrunox edittom, I nt rmrauiU. nrrt rn If irritt** u> n plain Irgiblt munmtr tke rroprt'tor ?* frnr. i,i ?i i/in.rr*rt, PKi.VTTW of nil kindi t rrrvted beautifully and with it rtMif.A Order* r?ti*d at tlte Ofict corner of Pulton nud tltUtav itrfttl. amusements this evening. park tcieatke-lmhk, bwab*?orbi.i.t b? madam* a*na illuvo.-al'.oka a*r LoVB. l*>?f>AlU ani> ciiampabkb t>v thi m?m'i.a?kr ? ? i)ll. dll.worth. BOWERY THEATRE. Bowerv-SwAMP Fou-Sisnora Cioo< a aki sisnor nbbi?e?ht kivkb craftsman. broadway THEATRE. Broadway?poor genti.cman? born to Ooor Lvci. NATIONAL THEATRE. Clitihui 8qu*r? J ic* shbp pard?3i.ahcb at Niw vi>hk ?prbtiv giriji or Stii.i. Bk*. BPRTON'B THEATRE. Chamber* ?tr*et?TiX>tu.n-Hk>bv IT?N??- York in iucii. broadway CFRCCS, near Spring ?t?EouBirrBiANin>,k& mechanic" HALL, Bn>?<iw?y, neAr Broome?CHRurrv*? minitrei?? ethiopian sinking. minerva rooks - tAYI.OR'A cAHPAISNA. melopeon?VinoiNiA Sbrknahb'ra. society library?CAMPBn.i.'A minm-rci*. 3t0ppani hall, Br>?<lw? ?M.xioo illustrated. FEHAL* A "A DEM >, Uroi.kljn?tlrBMAWiA mimical oo irrv* Co->cfr r. T4BBRN *Ct F?IKH HKivrF'n COWOFBT. Sew York, Friday, October #7, 1848. Actual Circulation of th? Herald. Oofr. 26. Tl.tir*daj S1.888 eoji??. th? publication of the Morning Edition of the hernial oobc. mcnreo ynterday ht ft minute. before 3 o'olook. mid timsb?d at 10 minute* past 6 o'elouk : the first "ifternoon Edition oomrn?*oed ?t is minute* pa.?t 1 o'clock, anil finished at 1ft mlnutra before 2 ncock- "ie wound *t 6 minutes brfure 3 o'clock, and fli.l^hed at 10 minut*# dmt it. The Conviction and Sentence of Smith O'Brien. The intensity of the horror, and the depth of the painful excitement, which were apparent in this city among all clashes of our population?native as well as foreign?on the reception of the news tha1 the patriot. Smith O'Bren, had been convicted and sentenced to be hnnged, drawn, and quartered, for the crime o( serving his eounuy, was without a parallel in the history ot this city. It was not an excitement that finds vent in loud curses atid noisy impreca'.ions? which,like clamorous grief, expends its force at once, and is then forgotton; but it was deep, sflent, and intense, promising permanence? and imploring future vengeance. That verdict, the bate means by which it was obtained, and the barbaric sentence which followed it, have awakened a feeling in this country which must, and will, sooner or later, find utterance; and if the wrath of Heaven is not entirely exhausted, retribution?scorching, dread ul, damning retribution?is in store for the authors, aiders, and abettors of the dreadful tragedy. Yes, let it go down to posterity, that in the year 1348, England, the country which has pharasaieally claimed to be foremost in civilization and in religion?which has stnt her missionaries to the fa'.thebt ends of the ^arth, to preach t< the untutored and barbarous sons of man the precepts o! the divine Messiah? which has 8|>ent her thousands and millions in fairing "pfsce en earth and pood will to all men" down ihe throats of unwilling Pagans?which has, with blood-stained hands, implored the ftvor of a just Providence, and returned thanks lor the slaughter ol thousands and tens of thousands of men, women and children; which has emancipated her West Indian slaves, as an example for th?- world to do likewise; wh'ch has washed her hands of war, and prays by night and by day, with uplifted hands, that the peace of the world may be pre" served through the wisdom cf God, having a' length discovered the sinfulne ss of war; which prints and disseminates Bibles by the million, and scatter* them from the points of bayonets over the four quarters of the world; that England, on the throne of which is a woman-God's best gift to man? has sentenced a patriot to death for serving his country, and with a ferocity and barbarity that would disgrace the North American savage, or the native ot the South Sea Islands, has decreed that his body, formed in the image of the ever living God, shall, after the spirit which inhabits it shall have flown, be beheaded, drawn and quartered, and the gory parts placed at the disposition of her Queen. Yes, let it go down to posterity, that England has done this; and let it be remembered, too, when the hour of retribution arrives? as arrive it w\ll, asceitain as a God of justice rules the world?let the nations of the earth remember it; and, when Heeven's vengeance is poured lonh on her head, l^t n > sympathy bo shown, let her drink its cup of bitterness to the dregs, drop by drop, until this, and the ten thousand other crimes which she bas been guilty of, shrll be washed out w ith blood and tears trom the book of Heaven's recording Angel. We can scarce believe that such is the sentence on Smith O'Brien. It is, however, a fact?barbaious, unchristian and intolerable as it is: inflicted, too, in the Queen's name, and sanctioned by her authority. It is identical with shooting a doe in the forest, quartering it, and sending the best and fattest part to the Queen, to f>e roasted in the royal kitchen, and terved on the royhl table. It may be that the ?niter) ait of th?> sentence will be remitted; but if 5n?ith O'linen be executed, we hope his body Mill b<' drawn and quarteied in accord.rnoe witn the entente. It will hasten the crisis which is ast approaching?it will hasicn the time when the tyrannical, corrupt, rotten, and unfeeling aristocracy of that unfortunate country shall themselves sue for m^icy; when the heel of the oppi'ss^d mass*sshall be on their necks, and when imrey will be deni'd to them, as they have deni< d it to others. The world's opinion has yet lo be pronounced, and it will be pro:>oun."ed, on this transaction Ami-ricH will be foremost in piving utieiaiice to it; and while she w ill embalm the ! memory of the victim, t-be will hand over the au- J thorn of J~ini?h O'Brieii'x martyrdom, in the cuse ; of mmi's politics! redemption, to unifyn g infamy J and disgrnre. Already we hear whisuermifH of I public meetings to express indignation at the baseness of the manner by which he wh? convicted, ?nd lh?- barbarity of the sentence; and we would not be suipriwd, if before one month elapsed, h shout < < holy indignation will ascend to heaven, the revei beiatinnf of which will carry terror into the hearts of the monster** who rule the destinies o hiitlmid We hear, loo, that measures will be taken tiy the Irish in America to stop, as far as in their power, the consumption of British manufactures, arid to tester a vow, that till Smith O'Brien's blood be atoned for, they w?U not conMine anything coming from that country. Thia would l>e r? venge, indeed In consequence of the unsettled state j of the European comment, the Unit? <1 Mates is the principal market lor all England's cri du'tions. Let them nch be connuaned, wild li? r iliou uiids and hundreds of thousands of opetat v? ? w il t>' loosed from the only bond that keep* iti? in from overthrowing the government, and i< vi lling over the prostrate bodies of their ?l>|ir< ttors. II sik Ii h movement as this is really colli in|4a;> d, we hate heard, it will be the f vi r? f b'o<* 'hs? Krigl rid has ever received, and t'Ion hi i hr. ran, h'ie would be on her ki.i i . ie|.?i.uiit, and I tifiiuig forgivrnen lorhcr Itm i'iU mis "I w toi 0|i, resaiofl, coiruption, eud bat but iiy abkivai. of the STKAMHlttr Ul*itkd Statbs.? This fine America# weamship arrived at her dock yesterday morning at an early hour, and, but for the thick veaiher, would have been in port the night previous. She left Southampton docks on the 12th net., nt noon, and has consequently performed a very successful voyage of 18fc days, nine of which blie encountered strong westerly winds and heavy seas. She brings 82 passerg rs, and a cargo of about 500 tons measurement, principally of very valuable French manufactures suitable fo" the New York markets. Since the repairs done to the machinery of the j Ignited States, at Southampton, the performance ol the \epsel has been admirable, und we are cer1 tain that bhe will now take her station as one of the finest ocean steamers afloat. The al, t< rations that have been effected were done at i ll... clu?n. l.,!..,., _c ..j t.kl.u of Cross House Works, Southampton, under the superintendence rf George Mills, Ksq., Enginper-m-Chief of the Royal West India Mail Steam Packet Company, and Mr. Spincer, the first engineer of the "lTnited States." The machiQery of this noble ship was pronounced by the English engineers to be of very first rate construction and its general principle was much approved of. To prevent any misapprehension of the exact nature of the alterations that it was found necessary to |>erform at Southampton, we may state that tiie bosses on the condenser, in which the main centres of the engines work, carrying the side levers, had cracked, and it was desirable, therefore, to strengthen them. Some of the English and American papers have stated that the defect was j in the condensers themselves not being properly 1 i made or proportioned ; but this was not the cate, ; j and we cannot, therefore, give too wide a publici- j I ty to the real cause of the detention of the United I States. The mishap, itself, was a slight one, and j one liable to occur to any large steamer. Unfortu- | j nately the defect was at the bottom ol the machi- | nery, and the displacement and putting together ' of the large aud heavy portions of the engines, oc- | 1 cupied as much time ns the actual repairs?hence, , | the long delay at Southampton. We congratulate Capt. Hackstaff upon his re-appearance at New York, and ofler him our condolence for the vexation he has experienced during | his unpleasant and troublesome time at Southampton. We are indebted to the politeness of the vete! ran Captain, and to Mr. E. Wright, the gentleman ! ly purser of the ship, for their attention in taking 1 j charge of our European despatches, and for hav- i ; ing them promptly delivered. We learn that the owners of the United Stateg have determined to send her on the anticipated 1 I trip to New Orleans, and have api>ointed Saturday, the 4th of November, as the day of sailing, j She will return to this port and resume her course j between Southampton, Havre and this city. The 1 )ki link of the Caucus System.?The position of the rival puriiesin this city, in regard to the comine elections, presents a most curious and amusing spectacle. The rage for office has over- | come all party considerations, and there is the most laughable scramble among the politicians ever witnessed on the eve of a general election The various candidates are implacable, inexorable, j impracticable. Their jealousies boil over every night, like an over-full pot of small potatoes over a strong fire; and the consequence will be, that ; nobody will kuow, except the immediate adhe- ' rents of each candidate, who is up for office, who , is to be voted for on general principles, or who Is : to be sciatched. Never has there been such a ferment in the beer shops, never such sputtering and effervescence in bar-rooms and grog-cellars, never , such rich shindies and rows in committee rooms ; and primary meetm.'s Cass, Taylor, and Van | ! liuren?democracy, whiggery, and free soiliam? i are lost sight of in the genera! scrimmage, and each man doubles his fist for his own personal advantage, or that of those who, he thinks, will secure it. This state of things renders the result I ef the election so uncertain that no opinion.can be hazarded upon it. In most of the Congressional districts of this j city, besides the candidates of the three parties? j whigs, hunkers, and free soil men?there are inde- j pendent candidates, upon whom the prayers, thieats, expostulations, and beseeclungs of the friends of regular nominations and caucus candr j dates, seem to have noefirct whatever. And where ! there is no independent candidate, there is yet euch bitter blood, such jealousy and animosity, that, however smooth a nomination may look upon the surface, there ia no telling in what direction the several undercurrents?streng, fierce, and sweeping?may sway the result. In the fourth district, the friends of Mr. Robinson charce unfairness on the adherents of Mr. Underbill, the successful candidate for the whig nomination, and are determined to contest it before the people, if Mr. Underhill be not withdrawn. In the fifth district, in addition to the troubles among the whigs, a fight rages, desperate and relentless, between the advocates of Daniel E. Sicklesand those of Mike Walsh, for the hunker nomination. In the sixth district, the friends of Colonel ( Monroe, it may be imagined, feel rather indigaant at their candidate being set aside for Mr. Brooks, of the ETjvrti,* man who has as much chance of an election to Congress ds he lias of an election to the College of Cardinals. Of the independent movements in the other ' wards, we cannot keep count. They are daily? ' nightly?almost hourly. 'Hie game of the politt- I cians i in u state of inextricable and laughable | contusion. This rebellion against party dictation is not connnea 10 mis rtime. it is now pretty certain that the 11liei>11 and progressive whigs of the filth di>-tri<:t of New Jersey are about to nominate a candidate in opposition to James Cr. King, the turkey candidate of the old, miserable, puflfdup, illiberal, narrow-minded whips of that district. Snould Mr. Wright, who is one of the most popular men in the Stat>-, accept the independent nomination, the Wall street turkey may go to roost. This frpirit of insubordination to party tramme ' is the natural consequence of the Baltimore and Pluladel| fna conventions. It is merely following, on a f-maller scale, the example set by those bodiesTliere appeals now to be an end to party conven" ! tionc and (aucutes. The real democratic repub- , lican docliinu is being practised, at last. Every I man present* liis own claims to the people, man- j fully and honettiy, and the latter decide without | the impudent control of political knaves, who have hitherto pulled the wires in gut-h a way a.? to subserve their own interest. . Harrison Gray Oris.?It ha* been mentioned in lioston that this gentleman, now in his Hls( year, was laboring under illness of a somewhat alatmiDg character Accounts received by telegraph, yesterday evening, give litUe hope of his recovery. Sporting iNtolllgenoe* Harlkm P*aa TaoTTinn Cocao ? Thara wan m rough and tumble pacing oonteat at tbla rough and tumble traok, y??U-id?j afternoon, for a puna, with four en trie*, id harn?Mi. mile beat* best in Bra. The following fununarj will t*ll the rtor*: ? Blli I'ooU Nodlne, ,1 1 1 Harry Boyd. Kartlna S 2 'i Metamoia, luaac Woodrwff a 8 3 Sjkrvy. K. Taber MoTenaenta of IndiTiilaala. Arrivals ai tha Aat-noau- Coi Wriahi floaton; Lt Pel ndexter, U. S Army, A C lluun, do; I) K*irUi, do. Ai>t?r- Capt HackrtalT ateaairr IJ Statea; Judge WoodiulT, New OriMDn, Mr Morln Souihaioptoa; ( oniiular*>) Oen Keldar nod family, do,; M^jor v|ill?r, I b. A ; C K. Ormii* New Orleau*; Capt. Alden U S A (.ilj ? J W Lend rum, U 8 A ,J I'rrnt'?i<, New < Vot k; Jati tr YVtllard, Trot, ft Wainwrighi V 8 Navy; 1 I t Ht-oobar, do,; W. O. Oill IJ H A ; Mijor W*lk-r, Wi>liii,|ton Irvii'g ?,ol WliMWr, U H A.; ' < a|i. VVblnller, do.; ( a?>i Whlftlaw, do , Lt. Col ' Talcitt .1 ( ol W W Wniter du ; Col. T?lo'?tt, W?fhlr?t<>D; l apt IIkjt t; S ,t . Col Irving do ; Or I nrirldiif L"uir vine. ilua J <? Mojisiu", OgdeU'burgh, i Capt. b.uiujuiif, 61 Krauctaco. I Mkuco awi> hku PzaarBCT* ?The recent advice# from Mexico represent her as on the eva of another revolution. The depletion she lus sufT'red in the recent war, has not cooled the fever which has raged within her incet-santly for the last half century ; neither has the banishment ol her generals given her peace. Paredes.the embodiment ol revolution, and the champion of exploded monarchy, has been cast out; and yet she is disturbed. Sunlit Anna, whose hundred defeats have not slaked his thirst for military renown, is in exile; and yet there ia no peace. Herrera, who i* unquestionHbly one of ihe ablest statesmen in Mexico, will probably find himself, ere long, incapacitated from tMuintniiiiiig the integrity of the republic, or of upholding those wholesome restraints of law which Hie bo absolutely essential to (lie welfare of a people. Thia lamentable condition of things had its o igin long before the States of M' xico achieved the'r independence of the Spanish crown. It is vain to fay that it is owing to the change of government. If thia were so, our own country would have presented a t-milar spectacle. Tumpico is said to have pronounced in favor of independence and annexation to the Ujited States. The city of Tampico, and 'he surrouudiug district, have piobably seen more of the advantages of a connection with the United States than any other part of Mexico. During the greater part of the war, that city had the good fortune of a wise, h mperate and mild government, and firm enough, withal, to protect the inhabitants in the enjoyment of their property, as well as our own citizens and soldiers from insult and aggression. We are not at all surpiised, therefore, to hear of her being the firt-t to declare in favor of a connection with the TT . '? - J * umiea oiairs. We may, from this lime forward, expect to hear of various portions of the Mexican republic revolting, and asking admission into our Union. We regard this as the natural consequence of the infusion ol intelligence among her people. There are radical defects in the central government of Mexico, which render the harmonious coalition and combination of her people almost a matter of impossibility. Before the recent war, they never imagined we could cope with them in arms. They regarded us as noiihein barbarians, mo-killed ia the arts of war, and v. helly unprepared struggle. It was but by a long and uninterrupted series of defeats that they were at length brought to their senses. Those defeats so prostrated their strength that we could easily have absorbed the half, or even the whole of their territory, at once. It is, however, better as it happened. The treaty we have made with them will give them an opportunity ol essaying their own system of government for a time, and they will have leisure to reflect and compare it with our own. There is no doubt at all that they will be, in a Aw years, knocking at our doors for admission into the Union. City Politic*. Dvmochatic CauitTV Contkktiok.?Thin b>ly met at Tammany Hall, last evening, to complete the county nominations having adjourn*.1 ac 12 o'clock the night pi>vuiu8,after having organised and *?leeted Henry Areolaris ui.auunouflj aa the deaoooraito candidate lor lUgfter. and made two ha luting fur Surrogate, an reported J*.*terday. The b*lioiing< for a candidate ftr Surrcgnte. taut evening, w?i follow*: Coi'didattt. 1 ll hallot. '14 hullo!. 3J fiuHot ~ .irr.V HI Ut\ CO lVm G Mood 16 21 A. L. Robertson IT 16 _ B F. Sherman, 6 ? T. J. Smith 6 4 3 P.R1. Young 1 ? ? 77 80 82 William McMurray *a? declared duly nominated. The Convention then proceeded to ballot ter a candidate for Kecorder, with the following rrtult: ? Lorenr.a B shepard. Henry M. Western Jinnee T. Brady W. H El ting John B 5>cott Total Lorenzo B Shepsrd ?*> declared nominated The convention then passed resolutions In regard to holding a county meeting, and to attend the funeral ot the Hon Diion H. Lewis; and adjourned with three cheers for the candidates nominated Tiiihp CoNoacMioNAL Duthict.?The Demooratio (hunkerj Congressional Convection met at Sionnail's, Second Ward Hotel, iact evening. The : hird ward delegate*, beaded by F Q. Maloney. were admitted, and the oonTrntiou was fuliy organiied. by electing I' H. Maguire, of the Fourtu ward, as ohairinan The following names were then placed io nomination Henry Niooil, by the First ward ; Edmund S Deiry. b) the Second do ; Henry WaUbrld<e. by the Third do.; Horenoe MoCarty. by the fourth do.; Kmaxiuel B Hart, by the Fifth do ; and Franois B. Cutting of the Third do. 1 he convention consisted of 36 delegates. The following by the result of the seven baliotings :? 1 stbal. id. 3d 4<V 6a 6ik Itk. Henry Nicoll 7 7 8 8 6 0 t E S Derry 6 4 1 1 1 o <] H. Wail bridge 8 8 7 9 10 10 M F. B l utting 1 1 1 1 1 1 ] F McC?rty 7 8 11 0 0 0 fl E B Hart 7 7 7 7 8 9 8 Total 86 36 36 36 36 86 36 The convention then adjourned, to meet at the came plaoe on Friday evening Firm ConocuiontL District ?Walsh Triumrn>KT?At the meeting, last evening of the Democratic Cast* and Butler Convention, for the Fifth District. compor-ed of the 8th, 9tb, and 14th wards, Michael WaUh, Esq . was nominated to represent the dislriotin the next Congress After the nomination, about three hundred of the friend" of the lucky Mike waited on him. to congratulate him on bis election. The free soil candidate for the district. m we have before yta'ed, is Maik Spencer, Km] . a w?|| known and retpectabe merchant I'he whig nomination fur the district ha* not yet been made The convention of that party meets this e>emng when. If the friands of Mr John W Latson do not succeed a new man will be taken up, and probably nominated The whig party are decidedly opposed te the nomination of La'son, If we may judge from the Courirr end Knquirtr, which paper threaten* to oppose him il be snould be nominated. Sixth Cokcbkssiopiai. Dmtrict.?The nomination of George Law fc>q , for the long term and J.?hn M. Bradburst for the short term by the d-mocratlo ;Hunkerj convention in this dietrlot gives the mojt unbounded i-atietai.tion In giving a r-port of the proceedit gs ot the convention we omit ed to atate soma facts in regard to others ot the candidates whoiie names rane before that convention The name of General Win Oibbs vicNetl was presented by hit friends f< r the fbort term But the convention took up the loi g term first. and veted for a candidate. Instead of pursuing the usual cour-e On thesUtb ballot. (J*oige Law, of the lftth ward, was elected. The irniUK " ? "WH'"" .u iinU..uTiiiMiTii. mil toe two candidate? ou^ht. not to be from the Kama w?rd; ton na Oen. McNeil wHj>trom the Huh ward. at w?llaa Mr Law who Ltd bwn cboaen f-T the long term, hia ftlefcdr voted for Vir Bradburat. of the tgih ward who ob'ained the nomination <>u the third ballot. Aiii.niin Numihi io*? ? The hunkers of the l"2'h w?rd. have uominuted Char lex H Hall, K?q . ai their c?nd dele for the aiid th? *aine party, of thi 18'hward. IraacA. Morau H>q hit? Soil ?The free ?oil convention of the 13th ward, have nominated Oeorge W. Altken, M their oandidnte u Mir..? 'J he whig* of the Sth ward, have n">tn natod Abiaham V\ akeaian |??q , an their candidate anil the *Ht?e part>, of the 11 t.b warl. Dr. Robe, t B Folder, aa their candidal* for the Anaembiy. 7V tlir Drwcratic H'higt und Independent Kim tors of thr Congrtttieiial di'trittI? Fellow Citlieo*:? It iff well known that the Whig ConyreFaional Col vent i mi of thia district, after repeated trial*, ban filled to agree upon a otodid tte and It in raid to he Ubcrrtain whether they win be able *o (tree at all There are now . uij ten working diya ren<alliicR before the election I'niler th??e cirauina'anCf a. and on the eer neat foil illation of aunierouf whig*. I fe? 1 warranted in ofleilng myeeif a* a mndid*<? to rcpiewrct thm district in the nexi C>nirre?? KODKRICK N MORRISON. New Vork. Oct W IMS Movrmcnli of Individual*. Arthur P. Hagh> h. q , Kuvo> Kx raorilinary and Miniater PJenipoientlary of tba Unlred siatei of Atactica. at tba Court of Rueeia. baa arrived at the Hot*' da I'arla. Rue de Richelieu Carta The Secretary of the Navy returned to Waihlngton City on Saturday evening, from the North Col. Benton and family arrived atCinolnnatl oa the 18i b ln*t. The Journal J* Marrr of the 2Uh ult . haa the following:?"M.'abet arrived here thia morning by tba lallioad, el the head of a column of forty or fitly oimnunln'S who are to embark ahortly fjr New Orlaaoa, In the Victoria, Captain Marlem VI, i.nbi-t hlm?.lf, whatever the Parla journal* u.ajr eay. la not yet 4i-p<*i td to take hia departure to: the Und ot promise. and la Di me to Havre only to auperlutend the arrangement* for the paatage of hia dlaclple* " It i? atated that the government of tha United S'ate* baa i.ffered ui take oa hoard nf tha Ameriaaa frigate the st I,awrenc? In quality *?' ruld?hlpm?n lour pupil" of the Koyal Marine sfnhonl of "Jtettlo and to make them iiood officer*. Thl* i lTrr ha* been aoieptrd with gratitude by tba Pruaelan government f)nr advirea from Berlin Mate that ll? rr Von Bonne ill be ilmitl; rent tn the United St.aten aa \mba-avlar I atiai roiuary and Minister Pknlpotentlary from tba l>?iiij?in)o Kaiplro Pvntril of IIm late Hon. Dixon II. Uwli,of Alabama. The ftinertl eeeemonin of th? lata Hon Dixon H. Lewlu, will take place to day, at the Oovernor'n lloitn, in the Cl'y Hall and will doubtleM b? one of the ioo*t impoelng that the city ha* ever WitnrMed. The Rer Dr. Tyngwill deliver an addreaa on tha oaoadon, lo connection with th? usual orremoniea. rROORAMMK. Leaving the City Han the ?r io????lrii will form in the I'ark. right on Broadway, in ihe following order : ? Clergy Band of >iut>lo. Pall Bfriri. ? Pall Beareri. Hon. C W Lawrence, S? Hon. VV V Ora'ly, " Philip Hone. m " A. H. MI?*U. u JtDKH Harper, gi " Stephen \llAl, " Kubt H. Morrii. ft] " Aaron Clark. Monrnert. Governor and Meat Governor of the State of New York Committee of Arrangement* Major of the City of .New ork Members of Board of Aldermen, with their etaves of oflloe, preced> 4 by tbe Pr?-ld?nt of tbe K >ard. Members* of tbe Board of AeclotantK. preoeded by the Prneldeot of the Board. Ilea,If of Department*. Grand Lodge of tbe Stale of N?? Vork, of I O of O F. United O A. Drnidit. Member* of the American Institute Collector, Surveyor and Naval ()Diner- of the port, and all otber oivli officer* or thn United Stuten Chief Lngiaeer Member*, and Kxeinpt Members of tha Fire Dcp.r'mm.t Fore^n Ministersand '"onsuig Ka Members of Congio-e. aot. of tne S'ato Legislature. Judge* of the U nited State* *nd City Court*. Members of the Bar .Sheriff and Under Sheri t* of tbe County, with their etaveR of office Marshal of the United Stale* and Deputies. Register. County Clerk, and Coroner. Poliee May l*trat** and Officer* Faculty and 8tudentH of Columbia College Faculty and Stndent* of the University of Physician* and Surgeon* Medical Sosiety, Pbytdiiian*, aud Medical Student*. Tammtoy Society. Demooratio Oeneral Committee. Democratic Youug Men'* OeneriU Comm'.tteo. M big General Committee. Whig Young Men'* Oeneral Committee. Major, Common Council aud citizen* of Brooklyn. Mib rman Benevolett Society, Sfcanirork Benevolent society. Uerman Benevolent Society The line formed, the prooession mil move through the weet gate of the Park and Br>.H<l?>iv to Or^nd stceet. thence to tne iiowery ana i.natnum nri-?in)? Broadway tq^oulh F>rry, Ibence to liroenwood Cemetery, ?h? re the n nail c will be d. j osited in ? vault. At nmriw. the Hags of the City Hull, publiu buildInge and Fhipplog in tli? port, will be boisied at hallmast, and remain until sunset. NuhIcpI and Theatrical. Park Theatrh ?Madam* \tina Bi.hop took hnr farewell benefit at the Talk Theatre, last evening and offered for the ocoasion a bill rioh id its variety, and the exoellenoe of the pieoea ohosea for parformanoe. The briglit^particular star of the evening wan, of course. the beneficiary ber.-elf who appeared in the character* of Utello and DesdeniOLa and aUo as a Vivandiere, in all of which oharantera aha woa great applanre In the last piec> whilst bouquets were fbowrrd upon the stage, one individutl. more entbtisiastio having no bouquet at haud, threw hn h?t at the feet of the songstress. The mng, a favorite ' CTiotiwm Mihtuirt. ' wanenoored and suog the secoud 1 time willi great applause The faroee fir tn? ereaing were ' Doctor D'lw rib'" aud the Eton Boy," in the latter rl which W B ( hapnian. U. H. Barrett. Ml?s Kose Telbin and \lr< Dyoit appeared a ca^t which it would be ba)d to excel in the performance Jof t.lilH or any of the light pieces always so popultr with the play going public People are fond of laughing. and when tbey can witness sunh perf >r nances in thus* at the Park, I hey will stay for the farce " Thia is one tbli g which part-oulnily recommeuds the house to th* patronage ol the chaste and respectable ptjhl'o 1 bere is no straining towards something prostitution of the staire lor the sake of ?ri phein-ral success? no substituting of bsse jargon and oant phrase for real comedy What is done is well done, and the exertiona of the ao'ora are only expended i up< n tbeiiies well selected, and presented in deoent ' attire by their authors. Oowkrv Theatre ?Last night thia popular theatre was crowded to the ut noat of ita capacity, from '.be anxiety oftbe public in thia p?rt of the town to witness the splendid and thrilling piece of the Swamp Fox, or Marion and his men. The scenery and inci deuta of this rich aid beautiful piece are such antofas- j cinate aud di-Mgbt the pitrioiio li urt. while, at the name tin e, they afford ihe keenest -?ti?fa -tion to the lover of the i lieatre and ibe admirer of histroniceaciiement and pleasure Mr (.?. K. llrnwne. with his wonderful and I ; thorough trained Aiabixu stee l Utxnlle form-a prot minent attraotiun in this in ail r??Deots attraotira ! piece. 'lhe performances of Gmelle, however. ara I r> ally aalonit-tung and deserve especial notion Tha audience evidenced theirdelUhlaod admiration by r?peated bursts of ?n'liu-iast in applause Whm the graceful and intelligent Gaielle i? wounded, and I then falis senseless ou 'h? ?u<?-th*n, wh<o after i a pause. she trriitprii, and dashes after the tory snip*, jumping over a l>igh f?ur-post bed*t<ai and darting tbiougli a window ?then, attain when fhn lit se-n I leap'Dg over the r>l?,i trunk* of fallen trees, and darting up a ,iraciptce. enveloped la flames nf tire, the Interest of the audience was intense and the feeling* of the admiring crowd were evidently wrought up to the highest pi'.oh We can not spare the time it would require to particular)*" more fully on the beauty of thla filece and the ereat and varied attraction" presented yl night at the Bowery \ltogether wa mu?t Kay, that such a rare combination o meln dramatic beauty i and magnificence Is seldom to be wen. eren at tbia j theatre; and we would strenuously adrift* every adi mlrer of the wonderful the thrillinir. the great, and the terrific the exnitlng and tha gorgeous, the plea?ing and the varied in theatrical representations, to vl?lt < tbe Bowery and witness for themaeives the spendid | exhibitions now nightly made id it* animated and animating precincts i Broadway TtntATst ?The entertainments ooa> sisted, last evening, of the "Poor Oantlamaa," "Charles | tbe Second" and "Born to Oood Lank." Mr Rlake I appeared la the first aa Sir Robert Bramble. supported by Hadaway aa Ollapod, Vscbe as Humphrey Dobbins, and Miss F. Wallack as Kmily Worthington Mr. Blake reads the parts very well, but is deficient in tha buainess. Vaobe's Humphrey, and Hadaway'a 01lapod were capital performances, and viisa Wallaok aa Kmily sustained herself very creditably In the drama 1 of 'Charles tbe Second." Mr John H. Scott appeared as Captain Copp, and Mr Dyott as the Merry vlonaroh, a part be plays remarkably well Mr B William' after ward j appeared as I'audeen O'Rafferty. in ' Born 1 to Oood Luck," and sang several a iocs with much aplrlt He was well sustained by Vac he and Mrs. Watts In the course of tbe evening. Mr Blakaappearrd before the ourtain. end re urnecl thanks on tha part nf Mr. Mann for tbe patronage of tbe publio Tonight, the " Poor Gentleman" and " Bora to Good Luck" will be repeated with tha name cast of charaoters. and there will be dancing by Mille. Caieste and Monr. Wlethoff. Chatham Thkatrk ?Again this house was crowded laat nigbt, to sen the operatio drama of " Ksmeralda," and tbe very popular local piece of " A Glanoe at N ?m York,"'uotb of which were sustained with great dramatic ability by tbe excellent company attached to thiatbaatre Tbe manner In w i ich ' Ksmeralda" la put upon tbe stage reflects great credit on the iodetatigable manager, Mr Chanfrau, by whose assiduity and attention the Chatham is now in the most flour IrbiLg condition Claude Frolio hy stark. wa< ally personated as was also the partof Ksmeralda. by Miss Mesiayer, who has become a great favorite with tne ( batham folks. As regards the local p eoe of " A Glanco at New Vork," we have already noticed every character, and have only to repeat, .hat the ptrt of V.ose in the hunrt. r.( I'hs. fr... I. I" vbtj lift" We would ivm nd the pl?y-k<><n>< pa >p'? that Miee Mealayer'* be neflt couieii off t> n^ht Tim programme of i-ntertalmr.?nta tit very afrac'lve -thr?e e*c. Ilent p-enee, namely lh? d'aiu* of JaeX Sh-ppard " " A Ultnrt lit New Vnrh." and the mlli'ary afurpleoe ?f ' The Tret'y Uirl* of Stilbcr* " in ad dltion lothtpe. Ml*? Caillne will dance ' Lit ryro ene " and Mr Si-\moiir will aiug mi Iriah unnu rno*e who wi-h lo have cnmf"itahle feat" bad betUr n < early, aa. n all likelihood. the th?atr wilt be crowded In every d< pai tuii'Dl ai an early hour IH'?tok'? Tiiieatbk.?LaH rvcnin7 Cftleman'a e?_ nied) of ibe ' I'oor Gentleman'' wa? pioduced, w|t.b a fry ? xci Jit nt < art ot chrraotera Mr 'Inbert iliamble, by Vlr Chlppt male delighted (be audience and well he might a\Mr C i? a eterlinn actor, and deeervodly a great favorite vitb the pnlroo of food acting Vlr. IturtoD, an Dr Ollap d.kepi the bourn in >u opro?r I with hie drolleries, ?hown In hla att'ntl'Uii to Mi'M ] McI abb which t* taken by Mrit Vernon to purf eti"ii 1 Lieut Wmthlngton. by Mr Lynue w?< perfumed ?lth ii.ij 1 rj talent. tiriuniuK f'T1 h repea'ed anpla 1 e. Nile Ktiight ae .Vile* koiliy Wor 1 hin*ion w*? not quite n? juvenile and preiiy n> m'gh'. b* eg panted; jet fi e took 1 he pan with numb credit Tne ent-r laiBiuent* concluded tub " New Yorx in .Simea," in w birh M if a M nola ir and Mr. Mey> r aie I wo of th? lea ! llig ft a)* To-tii? tit Vlr l.yi<ne taka* a benefit, an I we fiocnely hope he will receive a hf.niyer Hroaiiwiv Ciacua ?Tavow *i?i> I'Mtmrioii ? Kvery KuoceffIve r?pre?eiit?t|i ii of thin dUtin/iiieht-d e mi pa?y, that baa contributed an materially to the amuwment ot all ?|f?a, fir.e?. anil fexe* aCijutrea f e.h runoaity to *iIb*4 the nioft talented oomhlnat'on of ?<| uef t flan (kill that can ponfibly b? represented In llir arena. However. the memiin" ar* displayed iu llie blifa In lb* rt-preHetitallon of the juveoila tlrr Dmiilii all the fh pwieek. d failor b >y vlr D inun In Mr four nnanrpaj-red chaiantere, itie extraordinary | elformai ce* ot the two pumiwi. vlr Devere a? the iupe p< rK'Hi er Mr l,ftn in the remple of ?lv(l" or ltd itoeiatibiy qiiHliit and humorous Interlude- of the Clnane? ail tall short of the rea lty; and I hi full ar>d fafhlonabie audience* which nightly Win t thu ?<* lie of rational ?jn> inent. can Ixnt te-tity, not only ( the novelity and ekill ef the performance*, imt tn th? jeifect (ife d ? rder and decorum. ??inO n?il villi the moet <v>nifnrtahie BwC"B>iiiodaliua for lt? *ntter? that prevail# ibroi ghout the hoiife I.a t oi|{ht w*? a buii |er. and lei all Ihe tuada of families, in' n mlnflt ru ?if foh?oi? beariu m nd that to-nnrro* ('l?? naif day holiday) rnmd not be more ratioraily empUned 1 ban in ii ami n the ybiuiK at 1 lie h tlf p?-t II ii'olifok j Mformaacaa, ep?tially ?rraog> ul fur tbixr cuntf nlfiM"*, to MtfDi' ?>t novtlty and imprr.Teinoo', M ?fll w rtUontl aiuu??u>?-ut. The uiutl urnaiaf pMforinaixx-* will I^Mjntlljaltriintini Tint ?OtatuNu Uuooti Social* ?It i? wvll known to ?ut rmiittrn, among whnm w- account many lovem of uiaoio. that tb? i>uperiorltjr of th<< perf or merit of that oelt-bratrd band, In now universally aoanowieugeu our cny i ney |>tay overturfM, BU! ctions froui opera" of the best with th>- greatest ability. The grand concert of that aooiety nt off, laet evening. in a most deserving styio. The overture of " William ThII." which wan repeated on that occasion. is a classical compoaition, which did honor to ita executora. It was f >llo?od in ratbar strong oontfast by the " Soldier'* Walti" of Lanna, a drllcila fantasie, beautiful in oompoiitlon jr>*t ren>Ht?ble by It* peculiar rythme. The munt of the iV'0i{( huw?Trr.?iu' B't.hooveu'*symphony "D'Hur," vkMi was faultier* in ita ?xecutlon. and given in a sp'endor beooming ita uthorthip Aa fir the celebrated overture of Vlendelnaohn, " Midsummer's Night Ureaui " it ?as delightful to witness the graoe and tha roniHDtio * ?otnees wbioh waa added to the aoouraoy of ita performance Mr Tltnm. the axoellent pianist, in addition to the programme, appeared also and played on the piano torte a very remarkable ''Adagio Finale " in O minor, from Mendalsaoho, whioh wai much appreciated t>y the audienoa. We are aorry tc Htate, that the G-rmauia band ia soon to leave oat city. and that th?y will give hut two aiore c >ooerti in New York. This ought to be a warniog to all tho?? who have not yet heard them, to be on the qui vim foi thel: next concert CnaitTT'a Mik?t hki-?.--The sucoese of this bandfai surpaseee any aimllar company that has ever appeared In tbie oi untry When they were here last they played for the loug period of eleven months, and during that time Yiecfcauics' Hall was crowded every tvniiog They have now returned, and are a* successful bh before. We oalled there taut evening, and could not get peeping rooui Christy may indeed be considered thj Napoleon of negro ro'nstrelay; for, nc matter who is opposed to bim he Aghta by genuine ability, through every difficulty, and by his perseverance and good management and the excellent h*r mony of hie troupe, be baa won the esteem not only o: New Yorkera. but whose of every towa he performs in Tahkrnici-b?M D??i?k Ixklhbimkh's Okkat Con ckrt.? It is, we think, useless to remind our readeri that this great event will take p'aoe this evening witbin the large hill of the Tabernacle. (VI Ikelbel m? r is. indeed, a ' star" auieng us; and every lover o music, every admirer of the instrument oelobrat?d bj Vleuxtemns and Sivoii will certainl v tot miss such ar occasion of bei"g preJent at the d*hut of the youni French violi nist Miss Valeska Klieta MIm Juili NoiI hall. and Siguori Rossi Corn! and Novelll, hnvi b-en engaged by VI Ikelheimer. and will add theii individual HttnictioDR to thnt of the betiel'iciuire Th< dllelanii of New York will have a rinh treat on thi o-ia.-inii for the programme of M Ikelheitner's 0011 oert in composed of the bi-st selection of all thi i newi st works wi itten by the roost able masters Wi shall have to judge M I. not only a-" an executant, bu , al -<> as a composer, for we perceive that he will perfora many of bis own compositions. It Is generally said tha ! tbey are ttamped with the seal of genias No doub < the Tabernacle will he, to-night, attended by many. Mki.odkon ?The Kth|opian entertainments glvei i nightly at 63 Bowery, are attracting crowded house' White s hand have b? oorne great favorites It wouli feem from the great sucoessof these Kthiopian band' that negro melodies are more valued than those of an; olfeer clai-s < f songs. Cami-hkli.'s vlinhtikii ?The Sooiety Library i every night well filled, to hear this onmpany of Kthin pian pel formers Their singing and danuinu: are raucl admired The violin, bone, and banjo players an very (iood and IVeland West in their burlesque polki datc? keep the house in roar* of laughter. This i seemingly the age of negro minstrelsy; for no mitte: what the ! attraction* of the other places o sniiisement Bib he, the great body of the people seen rather more inclined to bear Lucy Neal breathed fortl in plaintive melody, thau to listen to the exquisit* lai-te and melodious strains of the most accomplishec prima donna. Stoi'pani Hall.?The grand national exhibition o Mexico Illustrated. is drawing crowds ever/ evening It is a faithful and elegant representation of the re spective lines < f march pursued by the Amerioai armies. The views are picturesque, embraoing thi loi g linn of oonntry from Vera Cru? to the city o Mexioo as also f r " m the ncamnmint at Corpm ( bristi to the battle oi Buena Vista. We advisi every patriot to visit this beautiful exhibition o moving panoramic views Gkkmania?This evening this oelebratsd ban< give another concert at the Female Academy, Crook Ij n. >ani>? lckt s ' o win open meir circns on >lon<J?' pvemnu in xt, with a full company of perfirmeri Their b-Hiit'ful dMncing horses. trick p'in iee. trainei camels and performing elephauts are mally wortl Se?"na Tbsy will make a grind entree into tliiv r,it; on Monday forenoon. In a beautiful ohariot, whiol will be drawn by elephant*. Marine Aff(lr<i Tnk Sarar sinui ? The steamship Sarah Sands 1 now In her fix tee nth day, baring left Liverpool 01 the 11th inst , under command of Washington llsley a native of New England. Her first officer, Cattail Thompson. Is detained in England upon luportan privrte business, but will take obarge on the returi voyage. Ka>t Sailijio ?The splendid new Havre packet, ttu New York, under the command of Capt. Lines, arrirei at Havre an the 7th inst , from this city, in the rer; abort parage of 14 days. The New York la abju 18 months old, asd since she has been In servier her passages to and from Europe have been,wlthou one exception, rapid and successful. The C*k*kwt Citt, whioh left New Orleans on th 10'h for this port, we learn by telegraph, was detainai on ihe bar at the Belise. The Steamkh Ciihint Citt, t>? J. P. Wnirsr & Co.?Application was made on Monday, in the Thlri District Court, by Messrs J. P Wnituey & Co agalns Captain Stoddard, of the Crescent City, and other* under the following circumstance*:?The ?pttitioo?r represent that they are the true aud lawful owner" o one undivided fourth interest or share in the steam ship Creecent City, and that the other parties inter ected in said vessel are represented by C Siodda-d, th master, tor tbe business of the ship. It is furthe f-hown that by the original articles of agreement en tared into by private writiog between petitioners aoi tbe original owners of said vessel. it was agreed tba tbe entire business and agency of said steam ibip h this city should bs oonduoted by the petitioners, anc that tbey should receive five per oenton the tmoua of parage money procured or collected here, aod I further sum of two and a half per oentupnn the espen< dim res of said ship The petitioners state that during lb47 and up to June 1848. tbey have paid to tbe ordei of their associates tba full mm of $6? 000, which wai tbe price t.f one undivided fourth Interest of said steamship Tbe Crescent City has made three complete trips from New Orleans to New Yerk, during which the petitioners ha/e faithfully performed all thi duties as agents. Petitioners further show that bj tbe written oontraot for the building of the said ship Isaac Newton agreed that he would ta -e and retain a one half interest therein, but that, in violation of said agreement, be ba> nominally conveyed to pbtrlei Morgan, by some pretend-d hill or sale or assignment, his entire lnterect In said ship; that the raid Charles iorgan has as petitioners verily believe, acoepted the transfer ot tbe eutire interest of said Newton, aad that said Charles Morgan ??< at tbe time, well aware of petitioners'right to the agency in New Orleans. They alse aver tt at Itaao Newton is still a part owner of said vessel no'withstanding tha transfer aforesaid. Petitioners further stale that the other part owners qf said ship, as aleo < harles Morgan, Engle, and Dana, have attempted to deprive petitioners of the ?aid agency and It* profits, and b*ve combined with Harris & Morgan, mercban'a of this oity, in order to ancomp lsh said purpoee, and have directed and authorised them to anm unce themrelres to tha public a" agents; which said Harris U Morgan have done. That the petitioners. a? soon a" tbe vessel arrived here, nailed on Captain Stoddard and. a* agents, demanded tbefraight list tillle ot lading. Sir., hut that raid master refused to deliver ihein Tbe petitioners further assertthat the c< resulting from *?ld agency, will bs fairly worth to them over $7 OnO a y-ar Tney also aver that ssld Harris Si Morgan persist i n at'emptl og to ool'ect the freight an1 passage money, an1 that the illegal condi ct of said parties d-prives p -titioners ot the poe-eseion, control, and u?e or their own property, that it willgtea'ly diminish the mtrkut value of their Interest snd thare In said steam ship, and that the attempt to deprive them ?f the agency, will Inflict a se ...? ...... upuu ...r- .lumni-iiKul iniMI hi>u-e. Petitioner*. thertlnm pray fi r a writ of laj" nni|up, to prtvint the drf.-niiKnt* from colle'ting fr.- nht pat-enge niiiDr; and, In fant. prerentioR them from (inlDK anyth ng apptalnlng to the bumnnnnol a* d fliip llf petitioner* have nvnnbinl in )k '<<>,0<i0 Kor p?titionern B. njanunt vlinou mud K A lirndiord Trie injunction ?a tmnli-d, iml the p>-titioourii w~r? Nln?ttti(l i n t h? lr righ tn an HgtinU of tile nhip.? .V. O. Pho\vfie Oct 14. It hiII bt w<?D, by an announcement of J. P. Whitb?) h ( p.,Id inioihercnliimii that thin noble atmmalilp leave* to-morrow afternoon f"r N-w VorK Her fea?orthln? *n and eperd liava no* been fully and iairly tented, and thH decision in unequivocally in favor ol th< ahlp. Noni* feeling h?n been evincad in regard to the change of ato-n-y tor the < rei-oent City in Nn* Orleans Private intercntn of a larga amount are in voIvmI therein, hi d an appr/tl han been mad? tr tha nomta of law to eettle the q>ie-tion Tee form-r tH'titn. Mmnrn J P Whitney h Co, are agtia leimtateri. It canne>t b* liupr"per for n? to my. that a- tine eiterpr i?ing firm I" largely Interested in the Hp. aiid p>rha|a "an mainly inntrumen'al in having In r hullt It. give* very ?nier*i *aii*'nflt.lon that the perry nhould he reetored to the bou?n?N 0. hie , On 18. (iir> Tayloh am> his rii.avks?"Some ol t'>e HbolitiotiirlH lake d? liyht in ciicnlituig the uft-rly ui founded ntory that Oeneral Taylor iaoru*ltnhii eleven The lol owing in an extract from a letter addienred hy (iemral I ay lor to the ag?nt in charge of hmfatm, It ia given b> the Hirtminit H-puMiean: ? I ?ich the servant* Hhundantlv fed. and their provieionn well e<M ked ? ? ? Diatrihuta a'n>ng the ervantn at < hrlntoiu. lu aunh way an you think ttwy fle?ei?e hy their conduct. (I?* hundred dollars, end. If n?ee*?ary. draw ou our merchant for the fame " Mt'RiiH.?Thr tiilliiwmp im an extrnct from a Irtirr to tlit fdnor ol ihe MillediffvUl"* llrrndtr (UmnrTT Coiiair, Oct II IHW Yeatwday, f'oloneil Jamen \u-tin ol tlil< o Mjoty, m hnrtlbly murdered by one of hi< own nagroen A P Iff! unity toi k place hetaewn them y-nterday. be'ween midr |iht and d?y The Colonel wen- to the b ?'* per*apn. to correct h'lii The ne^ro-tahoe I hi? In ten place*, veiy never?-iy letting ??nt hn eutra>l?| be died in Rie'ilktrly. The negro then gave nlm-elt up to the RUlboritiae.and no 0oubt *111 be executed ??oo. r I TKLEGBAPHK IKT?aLltiHM!tt. Ohio RlerMon,dR. r Cincinnati, Oil. 23, 1848. * The offlulal return* from all the counties in the |? i State, except Columbiana, I'iokaway and Wood, and * ! the reports from these in the molt authentic ' gWe Ford, the whig candidate for Governor, 838 mi- 4 Joritj. ? lienry Urlmaen ha? b-?n arrested here to day for % obtaining good* in Philadelphia under false pretence J The weather is cloudy, and the water in the ehau- a osl stationary. I Ilu-iitu. i Cincinnati, Ott. 25, IMS. 1 The floor market ii steady, but not native, with moderate sales at previous price*. Sales of whisker at ' 17>4 oents per gallon. Baoon?There are sales of si4e? 1 at 8 oents. and shoulders at oents. Sales of Has red at 62 oents There are no chang?s In other arti- s I ' elm usually spoken of. Pittibhro, Oet. 26, UiS. ? i The supply of flour Is small, and the market li rather } 1 Inaotlve, In consequenoe of the eastern demand being 1 smalltr. Sales of Western at (4 37K to $4 44 It?4 v wheat was sold at 80 oents Prime yellow oorn 40e.: '? 1 oat* 27c ; barley 66c ; whiskey 10o ; sales of cheese al 1 I>i,r ; clover seed S3 3T){ per bushel: flaxseed 85 oenls. 1 There are four feet of water in the ohannel. TUo wea- ? tber is very pleasant. Buffalo Oct. 26.1848. I . I Receipts within the past 24 houn ?Flour, 8 000 bbls.; , wheat, 36,000 bafh ; oorn. 18 000 buth The flour 111 I market was dull. The steamer's news had a depress- ^ Idk effect, and sales were light at $4 81V{ a 4 M. Wheat?Sales of 10 000 buih. were made, including . i Chloajro ut 7So. and Ohio at Mo. Corn?Sales of 8,000 i bishels were made at 4Ro. Receipts by canal to ? > Albany continue active We quote the present rate* I at 72c a 73o per bbl. for flour; 21o for wheat, and ITo. 1 ; for oorn. AiHtNr Oct. 28,1848. f Receipts by canal within the past 24 hours:?Flour, i?,?. ? uois ; (dual, i zmj iiuid.; oorn, zu,4uu num.; hop*. 13,54)0 bush The steamer's news has unreined a depressing influence on the flour marcet. S riles with llmi'ed. and (rices unsettled. Wheat?Sales at 1,64*0 bush of (Jenesee were made at (1 21 Barlsy? Sale* ?>f 4.700 bush were made lit 62^n a OOo. Thiw* wax no change of moment in other articles. t) Tlit Telegraph and Election Returns. Wkhinmto*, Oot. 17. 1848. > To the chief operntori, or those hauing ck'irge of the several officii of t he Magnetic Telegraph Company at ^ I Wathinghn Ualltmore. Havre de Grace IVilming- r. ton, Philadelphia, Trenton. Princeton, Sew Brunt- ? | wick. Jersey City and New York. "* The recent operation* carried on through the agedoy o! the teltgraph, relative to the election* in I'ean- n" sylvaniu and Ohio, are evidence that it will be mada b' an engine of speculation during the time that the ra- t, suite of the presidential election arc passing orer tha p I wiies This is a legitimate use forwhioh tho^e desiring to i communicate by telegraph hare a right to employ it. |? It in probable that the regular pre s. and those ra- j : civlng new* for circulation, will employ aulh >rissd (j i ngent* at such place* as results of tha election will ba > ' 1 This circular Is intended to o&ution the officers * and agent* of the Magnetic Telegrspn Companv to use all possible care to ascertain that de*p?tchos olfrred for transmission contain the aotual signatures J, of the person* purporting to send them ; fur, al- ,fthough the telegr*ph c-.ay he made an engine ot ? speculation, it is the duty of every one having any e control over It to use all proper oautinn to prevent lta > be ng made nn engine of fraud and foraery B B FRKVCH, ? President Magnetic Telegraph Company. tiiy intelligence |t Dr.mcATiors ok Hup* IJiitricL (Baptist) Church ? Tbe dedicatory ser?ices were performed in this ohurcli ^ f jesterday, on which occasion th? lt"V Mr. Lathrop u' * 1 delivered a very eloquent and sermon from - : the lot and 2d verses of the 20th IValm. His principal , * ' remarks were relative to the subject of publio worship, ,, ' and tbe nieaos which bad been devised to sii^oeAifulIf Iv f pe. petuate that portion of the saored dut ei of the ' ? church After tbe sermon. a oollection was taken " ? up to aid in paying for the new ediflee. The portion f occupied for the purpose* of worship is small, bnt neat and beautiful, and presents no ostentatious display of ' 1 gold and purple, so common at the present day, in _ bouNm intended for temples of worship The bsse- h ment >s used for tbe purposes of a lecture room. Ttve ,i f front of the building is fitted for stores and dwelling 4 i, homes tbe rent of which will, in a abort time, entirely a j relieve tbe debt which now hangs over the whole *> 1 building Tbe society has been formed but aboat * r eighteen months; but, by undaunted perseveranoe t 1 and industry, has in that short time, succeeded in reaiing one of the mo>.t msgnifloent buildings in the <t city, and one whioh greatly adds to the appearand* of ,r the upper part ot Broadway. 1 g Rum in tiii Natt.?Col. William Haines, long a jr sailor in the naval service, is now bnsilj engaged in 1 getting signatures to a petition, which he intend* to present to Congress, for tbe prevention of the uee of '{ i nplrituous liquors in any of the vessels of the navy, i . a? aUo one for tbe abolition of oorporeal punishment in that department. He Intends to viait every part of 1 tbe country. t | Kkjcvf.o from Dhowxino?A young woman. wh? 1 B refund to give ber name, fell in the river at Coentiel ' . slip on Wednesday nUht, and would have been drowned but for tbe timely assistance rendered (her Ir by tbe police of the 1st ward. t GlOtliC AMD SOL* CoMIKI) OVSR THI ATUSTIO ?A fentleman of ibis city, dined on Wednesday last, Stth J nstant, on grouse and sole (by tbe politeness of Capt. ; 1 i Lott, who presented them to him), which left Liverpool i per steamer Europa 14'h instant?only eleven days ' & [ since. . Pretty quiok work. 1 j The Recognition op the Heitbuc op Lira* I ria, by Gkeat Britain and Franc*?The fol- I J lowing letter, just received from an esteemfd i> t friend, a citizen of Louisiana, while on a visit to , London, communicates information ot a i interesting ?nd I'lmsing character. By publishf ing the name, you will confer a favor on many at your readeia, hh well a* on k. S. Fini,kt. St. Louis, Oct. 18, 1848. * London, Sept 30, 1R48. Mr Dkak Fsikisd: ?1 hsve just parted with Preeldsnt j Ki'beils of Liberia, who yon will be hippy to learn, t has made In London a most favorable impression. Ha a bas conducted him?elf with pood sense and prudeLae, i and to a degree conciliated to Liberia many of those * _..ii r-i 1- _v - l.j t. - j i rrifutruuru i t*u u r. miu ulll urc II prKJUalOKH Df ID! t | statements of the Garrison ?b->litioni?t*. Lord Pal nifroton met at once his vIhws a* to the recognition of " Liberia at an Indeperdent country, and in a few days | the matter will be consummated. The French minister at th<? court. Mr Beaumont, ha* taken er-at into1 rest in the suet-ess of President Robert*' mi'sion, and given him letters to persons of influenoe in Kranne. | The President lea*?sfor Paris to-morrow, and hope* to ' procure without difficulty the recognition of Liberia , by France. In fact, he is already assured that ?h< giTernment will aotat once. 1 Thus you tee. my dear sir, t.ho li'tlo oolony, soiroa a ' span in breadth, hn*ri*cn to the dignity and power of 1 an independent nation It* pait hi?tory i? wonderful, 11n present position most oheerinr, and it? futare is the certain development of oWllixation throughout the whole ot Africa Your* truly, The Weekly Herald. Those who wish to send the news of the week to their > friends In the interior of the eountrj, had better parchase the IFtekly Herald, to-morrow morning. Its contents will embrace the political movements of the week, including a complete list of the nomination in all parts of tho Union, the rooaot important news from Europe. See., ho. Single copies, in wrapper*' sixpence. A Cnrtl.-Wm. II. Dcibe Co., Hatters, ropcoifully ann<m,ic to Ihe.r trienda and tic publio. tlial th? teniportry interrttp "on ti their bntineaa eo?at?|titnt upoitlie lan ft to in t heir eitabliafimniit, at Ifiti K'?d?n, ?il] o .ninmi , bin f> r vnry a'lun pe-iod. ACtivn rxirtiona arn now mttiinj tepair the damage!? toe ?rr?ngrmont? will aoea he ruiu pie red, luiil in a ?ery few days their t.\i ine a will he rn? imed WM. U IIREIIR I5(i Mrokiway. N B. W. H. ttoflm Si Co. deain- r?-p"Oifnllv to return toeir thstils to the Fire I* pari men t for ttdlr active and efBotoiit. as. siatance the oo, anion r?ferrrd to, whereby they wer* saved rmtuh nd< ttional lo s anil tn-*e. I know Snmntlilug Aliout a lint ? Of oriuw ) 11 do. for hi ? eacy 1 11 to i? mwii that it damn fr ina ' U10 mamifaciory of Kiii'X, 12."? Pulton timet. 1'here la aumet'iiug peculiarly 1 ice in the contraction of hi, 11 nt m that croatoi nm* ver 11Iol M-r'utp n *.1 well tin admir* ion It i-. '?J? ir," aa t!m Southern a rt Wcalern men any, and yon luunoi daatrjy ti) 1 ?ff ot < ( tbeir appear nee i.imio Over ContH, Kirli i.lulnu. to 10 dollatrf II a loaha t- ? S1' '*>'i'rc a and truck lo>t<, ITrnnoh dothaiid nnniinra $1 '? flJ: 1'anta, amy o??iin?ri>? <1 to V' VtntM r*> i-riits to th*iu hr* ft 11 tinn?dfen <1 |4 fn??h fr? m micti. n jreat t*rgei >p. f?l Suit 9tori, ooroer Nm tuu ui(1 Bc?kfiitn Premium Ilootft Kxhlbliml In th? UU F?lr of lie Afi>*ri?sNn V uut rmtive I me, Frvi fh H(n>u $4 ,r4?, iimihIIv t> in rf $7 ie ort)??r uto en ft (' If B? on UMI?|1> $4 0 Hiii $). ?o igrt' 'iel er<. Mio P, lie? iMfiia iy low at Uovernor tonne'*, oppnivo our oflliJ*. enroor of WwiH Nawwm M ' IB WOt 'IL The Ch*ap? lit it ltd licit Pliw* l?? 111# Ultf to pot gmid lit <i m, .** It "i-s Rid i.aiit'i& in * JON K i'.1, 14 inn trr.l, IC r tha Anoilean Mil mum f'Mi iinilit>r of frai.oli C? f i'wa llo'.il", >( fa's wool d dn_ ** SO ? ? J. I : in* II??tl. IVon. t-t DlltiiH, Kri-noh I'm nt i*?ihr H i ita $7 Hit* yon read (lie Womlrrfal Ki)?i?m> of tin Hi * J i n N. Mult.! anil hi- Hi ? onadjntor, it hi - ? fii? M ri ild of h(> youiM aid twain ifui ?'!? ail | I <U Uitera It Hffltm 111# whjroti a* wall ? ioan> ot>i?r nlli ani"l?? In i e Slloail Pi l'ir Tiatet'tl If n t d m unw, liar'lit IliMttcaud read It; il la ttiTth four emU. for aalr a?*rfwtM>ra Tll? Klehillru Dlnmund Pslntnl UoMI Pen a, an aoknnw ioitri'd t" ho i * m<n ?a|xri r nil liol tin kind n?w iti one. Tim print* nr flue null ? <<o ih, nil l.a?a t n vi.ntinl) if n <|uiil M.ld i?il> hy H K. K iu* ii Co. Mo H ull rawt. wiM |?m i?p<irwL l.lq?l?l Hnlr l>ye?_TH? hurt Artlrla In thi liIrt(I into n| |i tohohVa, No 4 >t?l| >trvat. old N<< "l I'On hmr> fr ml'i^-in tj h ml I '? .min? thl>; Uo >i> tein> iii' ultra e o'nll*iir. IIm wmMiIH u^iruim iiiiM ihi^ ki d Ir, without (liobt, the Not hair dje ar.r rart urd. l.o*> th* MM Wlgi knil To u pen-a?Th* limt In the City Mr to hi In' iid nt H?"hnlnr'? Munufmlnrj. No I >Viitf rmt, old f o. 2 III* W |/a aro an e??y Mill natnrm i i appitr umi a* t,n ?* l> d*tr?itlr.?. Tlmjf obtained a ?ilrvr modal at ihr fair of thl Aiiiiriali luatltiile. Cup) 'he aldrniM Mill, lite Inlmltniilii, mo I-MIJ5 pie-rmlmnl I In iIoiiioimi ol mil 11 k am ??l i-koia, iii rtill il h lud I 'la d. " ii H Newton Mr i '.*liere in a)?" kept a ooim an unjip'f I rf l.i# ? WJuaiKl i< laiiildo Vanmot, ahkih iimBnui the (rja ia I h4 kaautitea Ilia tmk. . L

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