Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 28, 1850, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 28, 1850 Page 2
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Nr.w YORK HERALD. jambs SORDOl BBIIBVVi fBOPJUBTOB AlMB BDITOft. FFiCrm M. w. OOK.NKR or rUUOH AND HAMAD !>w. TlfK DULY HHKAL1), t?*nU prreopy? $7 y*r MM. T tit WtHKL Y HHKALD, ?r<r> S,ilurd.iy at per ?Pi, or % 'iyt am.Munj lAr Surovfun -ktion, l< to ?m part tf Ortmt B'tfaan, j'ul |l to an% far! of tht liemitMM.MUI tHtltuU Ou puaMae. JLl I.ETTkRt! by mail, for .ubttriptioru. or witA a*o*r~ tl^wkmU. to b* pott-ptiid, or flk? puttaft wiU 6? dtdwcUd 'rtm ^tVLL&TAAY CURKKSl'iWDKM t "/'tfrt-i*! tin, utHciUd from any ouarUr at the world i \J wrd. mil bt mtriUiy paid for. On. Foicn* Cobkabb FllTUI'l.itl.V R*Ml't?TBli TO 9b*l all L(ttmi *?? Itniun IWT TO I'l, . .. . MO SUTk ? takrn of anonymout eommunleUiont. Wt do Mt rtturn tkutt rtjtilrtL AD tin TISF. VEST* rt-ui?dtvry mmrntnf. Jtm k'RISllSU tzrrvU.' n*A ruatutn. chtapn?n and 4mtmttk. AMUBBMSNTb TUIi BTBM1N0. ITALIAN OPKRA AlTOK PLACK?Lucia DI LAMMB BOW'KRV TiJKATRK, Bowery?TmeiMii'i-TH* Wixabd tiki. ______ ROADWAY TUEATflR. Brotdwty?Tili.asb Tai.m? iac.?it??TK ?* Both Sum?Mr Tome Wiru amd rr Old 1'mm<ili.a. NIBLO'S GARDEN UruttUway?Tiou r Bora? Taa Mil?grkkn mo.*?t*k. in I ''N'f THBaTKB, c htm bun itrott-Tiim R.vaij ?MT riv'^vl Bkiur. MATIONAT. i : f'TKE, Chatham Sqnar*?J >1 athab Bbawobi ? ma.i i. > hina -ti'Rima tni Tab ,u. ?HR1STY"S OPERA. ij S MfobAnlei* B?U-B-^oritS Vl??T>IU>. fLTMP10-?tuowi' Ethiopia* Upkua Troufl american muhel'm?amwjib 1'ehh>j.*amce? A.rtmflmo^tn ami> Btbmikg. MINERVA ROOMS?Panorama or Cr?A. K?w York, Noiiday, October 4H, ISM). Til* New* from Kurope. By the arrival of the American steamship Pacific, at this port, yesterday, after a very short pasfuge of eleven days and three hours, we are in receipt of four da)*' later intelligfnce.from Europe. When we consider the time of the year, this is an extraordinary passage, one of which the country Biay well he proud. Among the past* ugers, it will b? perceived, is Tarodi, the celebrated vochst, who is engaged at the Aelor Place Opera House, nd whose arrivil has been looked for with a fKat deal of interest. Alt doubts, therefor?, nhout tkis lady's coming to the United States are at aa end. The news by this arrival is not important in cither a political or commercial point cf view. The i war between the Danes end Schleswig llolsteiners j w*ut in ttatM quo at the last accounts, the former OBtentuig themselves with remaining on the de- ! Iranve. fu the present position of Europe, if this late of cgi'ation between Denmark and the | Pachies continues, it mtyuwakeu larger powers Into action, particularly it Lonis Napoleon and the National As*#r>.jbly, as seems probable, should form iwo active parties hostile to each other. The death of the estimable consort of L'-opoid, the Queen of tfte Belgians, at a comparatively arly age, will be heard of, in this country even, with regret. n e mot; interertirg point ot immediate interest, on this continent, is the successful negotiation of M<??r* White and Vanderbilt, with respect to the I Nicaragua canal, at least as a preliminary step. j They have so far succeed-d as to induce the princi- i pal ca^iialists of London to throw o,*ti one-half of ! (be stock of the ca<ial for British competition, aid to do this at 110 distant day. Of course, n is impossible to tay what effect may inci- ; ?l? sully anse from the very wirra discast-ivns now going on in this country, and in ! England also, as to the position of Nicaragua, under the recall of our late Charge to that country, 1 a lid ihe very anomalous position of the British, in ; demaading duties from Ami tican vessels at San J Jusn, which is termed hy the Enulish, Greytown. The?e h| i reut trifles may grow into serious difficulties, 11 they may be deemed unworthy of the feasisnl consideration ??f this government. However, H ?* not to l>e COQCr bled that we have pledged our faith to Nicaragua, and even the possible benefit of a re?*ible cantl, cannot justify our proving untrue to a weak government, that has granted the New Y? rk Company" facilities, upon the stipulation?ex pres-ed or ill.plied?that Great Britain j ahull id appropriate the territory of Nicaragua for J ih. Wb< fit of herrelf, ev?-n under the pica that it l*long? to the King of Morquito?whoee throne in a rum barrel, au?l ?Iiok |> .lace i? a tent, built of fctughe ?iih old elabe, and scarcely fit for the shel* t?r c f a donkey. Mill, if the canal ia a feasible project, acd can be carried forward, it will be a f r? at h? r?fit to all the nations of the earth ; hat no j lahonal fraud, evrn under the sanction of lofty name*, can jaatify bud fmh, on our part, towards 1 Uicarapun, and at that point our people will atick, and IhcViore firmly stick, in coaat-queace of our | universal drain- to uph<>|<i the Monroe doctrine ou tku cortint-nt. TU< (-rent W**tlim?Popular Demonatratlon for t h (' tun and Connotation. W? will endeavor to pulilith to- morrow, the call for a great Ft hi.ic VIkkti>o, to he held at Caatle Gardt a on Wednesday evening next, for the porpoas of axpretnng the public opinion of New York, ia oppoemouto any further agitation ol the aUvery que* toon,and in favor of the compromise meaaureai-aaaed at the laat aea?ion of Congresa Tin* call ia aigued by three or lour thousand of the moat renpettahle and lidueDtial pet>ci.? in thia city, of all cUav,compriBiBi' merchanta, trader*, mecbantr-aand profeaeional m#n of all kind*. Tkeac a amea have been collected within the laat ihree or four day a, and probably not a dreen of tboae who were applied to for their aignatnrei-, reftiard uniting in thi* great movement. It ia expected that, before the nigM of meeting, the feel ef aamee will be ewiiled to aome ten thn^$n%d, comprising the bone, ainew, wealth, eaterpriae, ia- j relliff ace, and moral worth of tbia mighty metropaiia. Thoa we go. Thia meeting promiaea to be one i of the greateet meeting*, and may produce a greater effect than any (hat haa taken plaoe ia tliia eitv for many long yeara?probably for half a century? ? only the beginning of a great movement oa the part of the North. If there were time and opportunity, before the election of next week, with the force now in acti< n, and the influence at work, it would be very eaay to organixe aimilar oonetitatu aal me< tinga in every town and village in , thie State, from New York to Niagara Fall* ; and, at the brM oaaet, to call into action, within a few err eke, a pabular forced oyrt tm* K^mdrtH tkom+tn-l 9ot*i of insrpen lent men, who are oppooed to fleward'a ant?Mlavery agitation, and ia favor of 1 |be coaatitntioa, and all ita coapromiaee, and of ! MtiitOfllDtf. tO tk* fullest ritrnf th* m#Ainr#? which were advocated in Con?re*? by Mc*?r? Cl?f, Webnter, Of#, Fonte, Dickinson, and other*. Thin movement, beg-m u It ? with no much influence, dettrmi nation and renpectabiiHy, a* well aa with any imouai of mntfy at cornmard, will moot likely determine, in ?#m? proper way, the election which WH take place nejt week, aad give a new and better dir?-tioa to the policy of the two old parties, that hava Ven corrupted during the part few year*, by unpfocipled lawyer* ad parwona who have turned politico* In any light in which this moveme?t i* viewed, K to one of the moot important thnt ha* ever taken pure in the country. The politician* and agiiatora of b?nh pnrtien, by their motion ad charlatanry, have brought the Ucmhi to the brink of divanter and rain. They ktve iIm directed a blow at the commercial interertn of the North, and New York in p .rtieular, which cannot be recovered for yean. If our titer* hnn.#, trader*, meckantca and profenaioaal mra, were to reinata napine any longer, their baniaeo* pro#pert* would not only be rained, but nceaen of aaarchy, eivil war, and bloodahed might ennoe, that would be attended with the mom direful eoaThe Knbicoa ban been panned, and there ww nothing left for the conservative portion mi society te do but to come forth, which Ifcey net- I MM.- timm > BrniTi WMU????g i<m de. ud imt with?rt lewnp' ?S??? their ob)ftt, and eikBCf fanatics, and show demagogues titd revolutionistt? that there ia a power greater than tin ire, b?ae J on virtue, integrity, and moral worth, irT'-eiatible a? the cataract of Niagara. T<> the meeting, then, on Wednesday evening, at ( untie Garden?let New York speak to the agitator* in tones of thunder. Th* Fioitivi Slati Law?Pkookxss or Sgwakk's Agitation Aoainst it at tub North.? The abolition agitation, directed against the laws of the United States, and in defiance of the wisdom ! of the constitution, haa practically shown itaelf in j srveial Northern citiea. This haa all sprung from Seward's tirat movement against the sanctity of the j law iu the Senate of the United States, where he counselled opposition and treason, in plain terms. , On his h<-bd l>e the original sin of rmsing rebellion to the will of the jieople of these United States, as : firmly expressed by the act of their represeuta- ! lives, the only authorities by which citizens are to i h? guided. The arrest of fugitive slaves, thus far, has been c< (.lined to the cities of Philadelphia, Detroit, New York, and Boston. In the first two cities, the alleged fugitives have been discharged from custody. In New York, the supremacy of the law ha* bt-en maintained, above all individual feeling? : above all persona' partialities opposed to the authority of the Uni'ed States, and in recognition of ! the tacred duly U our country, involved iu the principle, that we Lave no right to indulge in feelings of a personal nature, in violation of a known law and ngiinst the interests of society, as legally estahlit-hed by thi )>cpular will. The crime of rebellion is monstrous, and particularly so in this ' country. Ii is geneia'ed by an individual dogma ' oppotrd to ihe confederated opinion of the whole (xcple. On<e successful in its treasonable de- I mauds, there is an end to all government. Nulli- , fication has had its day?dissolution practically takes place, from the very moment that the laws | an-not rejected. Wr rejoice, therefore,that New York has been true to the instincts of the American mind. It is the triumph of law, order, peace, [ \ and harmony, over the anarchy of Sewardism, j abolitionism, ultrainn, aNd every other crude and | ' unhallowed opinion hostile to the interests of the Union. P>ery good citizen will rejoice that we j have thus been true, iu this S.4ite, to the constitu tion and lawf.?that we have spurned all " higher [ 1 law" as unfit for the government of men, and only ! suited to the ambitious views of Lucifer and his ! fallen angels?to S? warJ, Weed, Orseley'and those | 1 political my rim Ion's who blow the trumi?et of the 1 Union, aid yet bear upon their shoulders the mis- ' eiles of destruction, disunion and auarchy?encour- J aging, under the placid, pliant complaisance of associated politicians, resistance to the highest authority, to the constitution and laws, those einba* I dimeuts of the popular will from the very foundation of the cuufederacy. Let it be charged that patri- ' otism is HgitHtiug?that there would he tranquillity, < if it would but be silent. Yes?such tranquillity as I precedes the earthquake, upheaving from the cen- < tre, aud chanting the whole exterior, sweeninrr i thousands ami tens cf thousands to ruin ; and rolling Hie b< avy, leaden waves of destruction over the whole surface of society. Tranquillity, indeed! The very Maii-ic war of the United States has commenced, and )tt we are told we must be tranquil. We have our Campania, our country of the Sabines, aud our Pice nam?our northern, middle ai.d southern anta onistus, another great social disruption, urged on by tho enemies of their country, nod those avowedly, openly seeking power for their individual emolument, and yet we must be tranquil. In Boston, the fana'ical and heedles* followers of the imposter Sewurd, of the arch coatnv?r of miacbief, Wci d, and of the aty-boots of political hypoctisy, Greeley, otter their opposition to the law*, but we have f*ith in the power of the great cons< rvative portion of that locality. Sound constitutional law will never be overlooked in that quatter Sou Id faction triumph for a time?the laws be tram,led upon?there will yet be in the universal instiuct of M wsachusetts tt feeling repugnnnt to any act which may be construed into uallilicatioB. Let us be charged with agitating. It is time we were. For what do we agitate 1 We derive no power, privilege, place, or emolument, except from the people tht mselves. As far as our diKy g >es we go with it. Plainly does it lead us to cry alo id and sj are not, when the mon*trou* doctrines of Seward, as uttered by him in the United States Sena'e, are infecting the thoughtless aud heedless of onr great cities, ted leading the bewildered and deceived into position* which may eventually terminate in civil war, bloodshed, and massacre. Agitn'e we ou;'h?, .tnd agitate we must. In the physical world, one atom disturbed must disturb i another, mid ?o on through the whole mass of mutter must agitation spring from agitation. So in the political world is tl e same truth made obvious. Seward h^s disturbed the htrmony of this 1 govt rnmeot. He bun put all the dwturbing forces ! at work, checking ?ome here, nnd moving others there. AH he de*irep, or that the wretche.l suppliants of his favor a?k. is that we shill he tranquil. ' F*vr the party? N?ve Seward, if you dis*olve the Union," is the virtual cry of those public sh?ets who would W\rtrrth<-ir birthright for a mess of pottage, or make a league with Seward or J^atan, for the sake of proving true to an association of politicians, who will not look l>eyond their hoi*s cf preferment and place?though in the dintaict the jmlrable truth of ruin itaelf waru them to stop ih?ir agitation?an agitation commenced by their own idol?the conspicuous, yet contemptible Cataiine of bis country. Thk Sixth Coneasastoial Distiuct.?Both parties in this district are at work, the democrats havirg selected John Cochrane, and the whigs renominating James Brooks, as candidates for Goagreis. We are much in doubt about the?e nominations. It is stated that Mr. Cochrane is a free soiler. If thts is true it ia curious enough. Free toilers are getting more and more scarce, in this State, every day. Now, if Mr. (^ochraue iaof the free soil stamp, we shall oppore him with all the force in our power, because the time has oome to place barrier* around the constitution We must know who is true to the country aa a whole, before we can consent to ri*k tbe weight of a feather towards electing a virtual enemy of tbe constitution and Union. As to the other candidate, James Brooks, much may be said. We know more of him tkui we do of John Cochrane We have his hinory, and are ot perptexed about hia general character and fitness for Congress During the last session his conduct was pretty good?hut it is said that he bolted on the final vote for the Fugitive Slave hill, though he was faithful in his acts against tbe Galpbin cabinet. The gTeat difficulty with Jauvs Brocks is this : He is tbe editor of tbe Exvru*, aad while profrnemg the utmoat fri<nd?hip for the light* cif the South, nnd a strong devotion to the crnetitutian and the Itvi of the Union, in that aewrpaper he Advoratr* the Seward abolition State 1 ticket, wholeaalr and retail, the aacceM of which would make the renewal of the slavery agiUtioa tenfold more destructive than it ever hia been within the last twenty yean. There in political i duplicity in such coaduct?duplicity no transparent u to be an moult to the perceptions of the people of the Sixth Congressional district, who are opposed iv (be Seward abolitioniata, and who will p?t he disposed to admire James Brook*, a* he is astraddle the feoce, one I eg dangling on one aide, lid the other on the other, ready to jump into the Hon** of Represearativea either way. Really, wa mu?t tend a committee to the Sixth district, to bore for water, truth, or fact, and thua be relieved from the doubts and diffioultiea which emharraaa oar judgment. Cochrane and Rrooka will pletae to explain, diatinctly, alearly, aad unequivocally, what they do mean?if they meaa anything at all, nfcore thaa, if they caa, to ba elected. Let both ( tome ant "nafltnchiaglyI ^ Aurr-fciTBir awd tn Silk Tiad*?Tmi Cards or Cinnmln fc Buss, and Bows* <5c HoNikb. ?The recent awak-ning of this great commercial community, produced by the renewal, nnder Senator 8eward's auspices, of the anti-slavery agitation in New York, has brought out some curious developements, singular declarations, and unique cards, from persons transacting business in the vicinity of 'Change, in Wall street, or in the silk and cotton line, in Broadway. It appears that, in collecting signer for the new and im|>ortant Union meeting, winch is to be held on Wednesday evening at Castle Garden, some few persons refused to go with their fellow citizens into a recognition of the laws of the country,and would not put their names upon the general subscription, in favor of the peace measures of Congress. Tins caused some agitation in the commercial circles of the metropolis, and those who derive a portion of their profits from their Southern trade, were anxious to be relieved from all suspicion, by bringing forward those who refused. Accordingly, we lind that one or two who have declined siloing the call, have given explanations, as will be seen by the annexed cards:? 73 Bmoidwit. Saturday morning. To Ihf Editor of the Erening Pott : Utii Hik- We hare, an another nai well said "no principles to sell," but if we supposed the publio, or our business connections interested to know our sentiments on any particular subject, we should not object to advertising theni. It is not our opinion that you JeMgnod or were even willing to represent us. in your leader of y-eterday, a* having been induced by lear to s-i^cn the call for tbe 1 L'nkn meeting." but we think this the fair and obvious import of your language. Tbe tact is. we deliberately determined to sign the > call, before thr attack upon ui appear-d In thujo.mial ' cj Cotmmtice. and we did uot chooi-e to fce d?terr?d from siyniug it. on account, of that If jou were as famtli ir as you may easily become, wlih certain movements which have been in progr-ss | in New York, during th? la?t two weeks, you would be : in no danger 01 sur.pectiug us of b?In; easily 'alarmed'' by the malice ot rivals or the denunciation ol those who do their dirty work We *h*ll teel obliged if you will give this a plana in jour columns. And reualn, very re?i>e<<ttully jours, t;ui rrtNDKN & BLISJ A Cisi).?The publio. including the New York J>ur- I nai .J t'oif.irrcr. art Informed that wo are Silk Merchants and k?-?-p an ext.?n*ive aod well-assorted stock ot goods, which we odor to responsible buyers on iea- | lonable t< rms. As Individuals, we entertain oar own views on the various religious. moral and political | l|urruou* VI lur uaj. wuicu w r m > r> uruu? muuu v* i m-Wnwed to derUre on ?11 proper oocmIodh Fut we vifb it di'tioctly understood. that our gosd* ?nd not our principle*. *rr in the market. The aUrinpt to punleh uf< ta merchant*. fur tk? e*ercig? of our liberty ht> eititem, we le??? to tbe jn i<ia?ut ol the oimD.ULlty. BOWKN & McXAKKK. The sentiments put forth in these cards sound rrry well and seem ignite appropriate, yet it appears nn looking a little deeper into the matter, that, according to the Evtntng Pott, Messrs. Chittenden It Blies, and Messrs. Bowen & McNamee, art* loint proprietors in the Indrytiuicnt newspaper, a very viol* nt abolition journal, conducted by Ward Beecher. They do not alone confine themselves to the sale of dry goods?cotton, silks and velvets. Each firm his two shops, one in Broadway, where they sell articles to clothe the body, wd another somewhere else, where they disjKHe, f>y wholesale or retail, certaiu IniepemUnt sheets, t>ne yard and two inches long, by about thirty-five Bcbes broad, at six cents each, with a discount to wholesale purchasers, which are intended to adorn he mind with anti-slavery doctrines. It is nothing lew for merchant* to have two shops for the sale if it>fl?r?nt nf nttrl llipri'fur^. uro cribe these merchants, in not exactly correct, ac* orrling to the rules of right and privilege They lave a perfect right to sell the silks and other arti:les imported by them, provi led they do not iajure he country, and without any further regard to the institution and lawn, they have a right also to Bell In ir opinions and anti-slavery notion* at any and very shop they tnay fiud it profitable or agreeable o their own taste to establish. In fact, no on* :an reasonably t>S>j?ct to tUetr >n tkiag Henry Ward 3ee cher their chief clerk in the anti-slavery trade, irJohn Jones is the cotton line. All this cornea into their rights an citizens. There ia a point, however, beyonA these conliderations. If, through their agency, and by mean.' of their doctrines, issued at six cents a theft, the laws of the Unisn should be resisted, or , not obeyed, ss they recommend in the Imlt^tnrJnU, , ind they should thus promote nullification and a lisFolution of the Union, they will be held, and )uuht to be so held, r?*jK>n*ible, as patriots and itizens, for the results of their conduct, in selling he dryest goods possible, hereafter to ignite for a general conflagration of society. The truth is, hat the anti-slavery agitation has been going on >ow for tweuty years, and promises to show us treat ^onsequences, on a wholesale scale, if we | nay judge by the details in some special cases i recently come to light. This confederacy has 1 Ih-en established seventy years. The first fifty peats pass'd away harmoniously?the North recognizing, and not interfering with, the constitutional privileges of the South. Within twenty | fears, a spirit of misrule nml anarchy Ins sprung np, and though have averaged at the North, 1 from our Southern trade, profits to the amount of fifty million* or doiiara annually, or aoouc inree hundred ar.<l fifty millions of dollar* daring the ! period of our existence under the Union, yet we jeem not to be satisfied with this remit of our industry, bnt would Drenk upon the interest! of oar Southern brethren, and cripple their euterpriz*, regard Icm of all our duties to the country a* a coa- , ftderacy, sealed by a sacred compact. Our trade 1 b as grown up undsra constitution and laws framed by the representative wisdom of the whole coun- I try, singularly wall selected for promoting equal results to all sections of the Union. The constitution has granted certain privileges both t* the North and the South. It is a compict of compromises, in all its relations, and, till men began to direct their thoughts treasonably agunst its wise provisions, all was peace, prosperity, and harmony. The last twenty years, how* ver, have exhibited scenes of crimination, recrimination, and igitation; and now the p?litic*l design of the agitators of Ihe North, is to injure the general prosperity, and to set the two great sections ?f the confederacy against each other, in a manner hostile to our commercial success, if not to our existence s one people. No man can doubt this. The crisis is now rapidly approaching when the balance account bei?r??n (hi* Iwn rmt nerfinna Will Kw? mn<l? tin and fome new ate pa will be taken to diaaaWe the partncrrhip to long found fi?or?hlc to til aad all cocdinona of trade. Under theae circum?taooea, trd in view of the dancer of a new eipenment, we idvior the (entlemen wbo aell dry eooH? at varinua pticea, and o|4niona ag?iaat the auprt-macy of the oonaiilutioo nnd lawa, at aii centa a abeet, three feet two iaebea long, by thirty-five inchea hroad, to lock over tbeir commercial habilitiea with lome care, and not to forget, at the aame lime, tbat their dutiea ahould lend them, &a good citizen*, to reapect the lawa of their country?to contrmtnce no treaaon?and to be trae to the intereat* of all men, ao aa not to aacritice a great pre? nt good for a mere proapeetive and ideal future. Diamatic AMtraMKRTS.?TM* evening will bring out great talent in the varioua dramatic t> mpl> a of the metropolis. At the Aator Place Opera Honor, " Lucia di l*mmerm*or" will be produced by n powerful operatic company?at the Bowery Theatre, Mr Graham, an Kagluih tragedian, will make his brat appearance in thia country, performing one of the moat lofty character* of the modern drama?and at the Broadway Theatre, Sir William Don, a oelebrated Kngluih comedian, will rejceaent two ?f the moat atnuaing and eccentric r(4r? of modern farce. The lovrra of the drama niwt make th?ir selection from tbe?e, and other dramatic novt Itiea, rlwwhrre, and fire the *t ranker* *f leome. Woman'* Rioht* CuitrKnTK*. ? la another e?v lumn will he found the mim and unbalance of the late fathering of crazy old women, at Woreeatar, Mann The conrention, it appear*, waa headed by Lacreiia Mott, (iarneon, and Fred Don* la*; while Sojourner Troth, a lady of a ?*ry dark aolor, and [Jrnhhy Gltaley, aa lb a affieiai orfan, bring op the WW. Vturafw ul lk? C*IUd ItatM. An intelligent correspondent of La Crtmita, writing from Granada de Nicaragua, under date of September 21st, alludes to the prevalent feeling in that country, as follows ftelatire to polltioal affair*, I oop* portion of a lottor which I bavo rsceUoU from a friend In Loon, of tho dot* of tho 16th inn' ant. lio iaya:? Tk? m*oaaeu with which tharfi *. the?oaaloomnaay) have iniitiiHd tbe treat enterrriae of eaaalla I' here rabjoit of remark, and people begin to niiml au<>tber thing, which it more important, via:?that tfcewelltyef the Cm ted State*, in reap^ct to Nicaragua, n mi a (MM (till. Thiiba* obliged the government to tend to IFaahingtoa by thia iteamer?requiring to know, in a diihnot and txplicit manner, and in one word, if Nicaragua i*. or It not, under an Ajueiloa* guarantee ; keiauee, although it ia atipulatel. In the (lay ton and Kulver treaty, that no part of the territory of thia State, or of Central America, ahall he oooupled, fortified, blockaded, etc., etc.; yet the point* occupied by the Engliah have not been returned. On tke c mtiarv. the Britiah have renewed their Tigilanc*. an I stationed two additional veiaela of war at San Jubj, which are objecting the coaimorce af the country and of all nati >nt to Tiaationa and exactiona of everv kind. They aak If Nicaia#oa ia or i* not protected by thia treaty; if ah* ia. why San Juan ia not returned, and nride free of all foreign toreea; if not, the government intimates that it will make the beat ?'im> it can with England, and abandon the policy it baa maintained towards the United .utatea. A ery rolite note haa been received by tke government from Mr Cnattield, toggea*ing many favorable thinga, and inviting it to enter int j friendly rtlationg. The governme#: replied in the time manner, eipreising i'a willingoeaa to enter into tb* beat relatione with the Britiah government, bot that it can enlv dc ao when Mr. Chatfeld comes with piwer* and expreaa ordere to reatore the poat of San J to ita legitimate owuera. Without thia it can take no step to renew amicable relation* These extracts need no comment. The Clayton and Bulwer treaty is confessedly a humbug; it is not worth the paper it is written on, and leaves the whole Nicaragua question worse thia it found it. It was vauntingly proclaimed that under it England was obliged to evacuate the Mosquito

shore, and thus practically carry oat the Monroe doctrine. But instead of this, England is assuming & more arrogant position than ever in the matter; and so far from being relieved from British encroachments, nnd left to the free occupation of her egitimate ports and terfitories, Nicaragua is overawed by an increased British force. A beautiful commentary on this famous treaty! Nicaragua is quite justified in her indignation, and warranted in suspecting the United States of cowardice and bad laith. We have sever seen the necessity of treating at all with Great Britain in this matter. Nicara gua wan and ia the only power which has a right to he consulted, or with which we really have anything to do. Had the government at once adopted the treaty negotiated by our late minister, under direct instructions from General Taylor> and which secures everything which is desirable for us or the world, on conditions just and favorable to all, the whole affair would hive been settled long ago?the honor of our country saved, and our iufluence in Central America secured forever. But Clayton temi>orized, scribbled notes, and had wiady interviews with Bulwer, who was equally gasseous, but more cunning, and the result was a stupid, meaningless, worthless treaty, which h?s acc niplighed, and will accomplish, no good; but leaves, as we have said, the whole question in a worse condition than before. The only remedy is for the Senate to ratify Mr. Squires' treaty, without further nonsense, and give the notice necessary to terminate the Clayton and Bulwer moon-calf convention. The htmight-forwdrd way of doing things is the best; our interests in Central America are in peril, and *he people are disposed to fciabd no more diplomatic twattle in respect to them A little decision is all that is nccessary to bring things to a favorable issue, and we trust this administration will display it. We have a right to expect il. Arrival of Pa rod I?Musical Kuthuslaam. After the arrival of th* Pad ft o lift evening. Parodi having bf?n announced as on* of ths passengers, a I great deMrt wa* evinced to a lady who has become so diitlngulrhrd In th? munical world. Aeoordln/ly, group alter group vUited the various hotsls, until It wan ascertained that apartment* had b*en taken for her h* Maretiek. at the Union i'lace IIot*l. Soon Iter, aaroad eutlected io th? tquare, till it I walled to thouaand*. anxlow* for a p?ep >t th* beautiful Tooallit of Palermo. Shout* rant the air, and, fln&lly, with much ?urpri*e at th* *nthu*latm. Parodl. aoeompaniad Ij her brother, and a lady companion, appeared at th* window 8be li a tail, elegantly f irmed, majeitlc young l?dy, with beautiful biua eye* and blank balr, and Admirably fitted to All the relfi made celebrated by Puta. An?r many welcome* froui the crowd, iha r*tir?d. but wa* called out *e?en or eight timed before tba antbuaiarm could be reduced to anytblog Ilka proper bound*. Welcarti tbat ake i? delighted with her royag*. that aha If in excellent health and ?plrlt*. and may hu aipeetad to appear next Monday at the Aator I*lace opera house, In one of her iavorlto character* Sha aeama admirably fitted by nature for ? dramatic rocaliat, and wa truat tbat *ba will be permitted to *njoy a aeaaso of repoae. before appearing In publlo. Max Maretiek and htrtelf ate equally d*?lrou? that no undue enthu*la*c> rhould be Indulged In, till her Ketlta hare been tefted by a public ordeal. It wai propaced to sake a demonstration by way of a ?ereo*de in which the oreho*tra of tha opera bout* war* to be tba leading rptrlU, but whlia the manager did net firbtd it, be baa axpraMetl a hope that ?uch a compllmmt may b* deferred far the prvaent. We think, howavar, that It will be dl<Bnnlt to keep down the entbufiaim Parodl'* nam* baa baaome familiar; and a dramatic finger. In Parta'* ?tjla, I* *o rare, tbat tha publia will not r**traln their delight, and mora particularly when a beautiful young lady laoon?id*red ?ene highly gifted and ncRompilrhed. Jenny Llnd'a Court r?* and Oratorio*. To morrow evening, the Sw*d* give* her third cancert In Trlplar Hall. and. judging from the **l*etloa* made In th* programme, a choice mueleal fea?t may be anticipated An addition haa bean ma<J* to th* voc?l force, and Plgnor Pereill flog* for tha flr*t time with Jinny Llnd Tbla tracing. the memhera of th* llarmotiic Boalaty, who have been ao long practicing Uandel'a H?f*lah. la order to ling that aubltme cnmpo?l tlon in cborna with Jinny Llnd. will nwt ft? rrharaal with her at the Tabernaele. Ou Friday *e*aing, th* oratorio will be glean at Trlplar Hall, when a magnlteent entertainment say be eapected, th* flrat amateur finger* of th* city, male and famal* having volant-ered their ** r Vice*.to glre ?9-et to tba gr*ateat work of th* greateit mael*r of *acr*d mn*lc Th* Nightingale kaa b?*u hitherto heard In profane melody In Mew York, and acknowledged a* the Que?a of Bong To tha *ompo*ltloa* of Donlaettl Verdi. Bellini. Benedict. Meyerbeer, and Weber. *h* ha* glean truthful ar d beautiful eapreacloa adorning all that *h* touched With eiqaldt* embelllehment* pesullarly her own. It remain* to be eeen what eh* can do In giving utteraace to the grander and more fl*eated conception* of Handel. Haydn VendeUehon Beethoven. and Moaart The prlee* of adn>l**lon to the concert* require ma* eiplanattan ae mam pereon* do not understand them Trtpler Hail I* divided Into threo portion* at rega.-da tha aecomtnodatisn o? th* audienc*?firet, th* lower rt or pari|Uette. eaeond. tha (iif Itnme liately over allt d the flrft circle ' and third the upp?r?04t rar called " th* tesnnd ?lr*l* " Th* aeat* In th* *n< tir* nf th* nppermnat nnd lowermost part of th* hall ara fl >r?l acma flrat ??rt?a TM aaata tn ? nrn raw in tha Moid floor ar? ft. >n4 tha r?malnd?r of that floor 94. h Htt halag raaaraad or haalag a Bumb-r corresponding to th? titkil attached U ll u htr?if tora ThU la tha artatooratla part cf tba konto, and It filled OB th? Itrt night chiefly with tba nppar Ui ; hot ?or?ly. It It not batter for bearing thaa tba front half at the parqnatta, or lowar part of tha htlfi, wblla It l? not balf ? tool wltal?Trlpltr Hall. The largaat UMnbU|i aad It could not kin boon largar?arer gather*d la tba now mntlral hall. *u pr??ent at Anna Biabop* ma{nlll??ot aaorad eoaoart laat iiIf bt Oar apace will not parmlt ua to arltlelaa tba tplendld parfarmanaa. bat aa saaaot fall to aotlea tba arralloa* aoaallaalioa cf Aana Riibap la " Ora tla* agtmna, ? la vhlab aha ?arpa*aai all foraar aforta. aad craatad a ganoina aad epoataaaou* aialtemant, orb aa baa naaar baaa mrpaaaad la thla natropolir In all rha did, tha >aiaa charming nathod. tba nana fktiltlaaa aapratalua ruled throughoat. aad aatabltabad bar a* ?rrlhr of bar gr> at lama a? a roaallut of tha atoai flniabed acbool Tba otbar parformara, laolodtag tha orehaatra aad rhorna. vara v?rv efflaiant Mlaa Ua Luoa aaad bar rontrajto r>lea with great aklll aad affeat andMcMra Sagoia. Noaalll aad Manaara. war* admirable la tkalr aaaaral afforta. Tba orahaatra la hejotd pralaa Vina Aria. Foaraarr o? Jtnwr l.ian -Aaoa| tba laaaaarabla portrait* oflka 8aedl?h Nightingale aa bara eartainlj tann< rrry f?t i h?t art <m *(ur??twy ai ? aaat Tba fra.ral rhara<-t?r of tba faoa la to a?arjr fori*. an* racily bit apoa by My p?nall af BH?r?U Mlity Tbrra la am, konm. whlab hw rMritlf km laaaad by tba ?alahr?t?<1 h.aaa of Ooapll k Co . ft portrait of large i)n. ttblob wa hart moch adMlrad far It* lira-lit a mwraty M< boMaaaaaf flnteb Tba aiprrratoa la Jrnnyt aw*, aa wail m tba natural ?aaa of tba paaa. Wa taka ^Uaiin la raaoaimaniltag II t?ba taka aa Intaraat la tba n^wt ta a a Ira lk*a ?al?aa prraoaallr K^aalaM wltb tbta tiylMa apa ?la?* of tba rmla?*f ia< traat la Ha faltbfelaaaa a* tbay vraM la bar ratiatlaa la Ika ftaaat abm H la ataaatat, seraarar. la lb bl|>wl ktyla of tba llibo ' limujmffrz tfo* Havawa.?The ste*ra>Wy Falcon brought as oar files of the /Wo Industrial it Im Ha buna to the SOth intt. They were expecting another expedition at Havana. The steamer Pizarro went out on a cruise on the 19th, and a frigate, with another steamer, were bound out as soon as the weather would permit There was a great review of the troops about Havana?amounting to six thousand men? at 4 o'clock *>n the moraine of the 20th. Sr. Marti, the manager of Tacon theatre, is doing a very good business wwh the Italian company. " Lucia di Lammermoor," with Bosio and Salvi; 1 Puritaci," and " Norma," with Steffanoni, attract, every night, crowded and enthusiastic houees. Hernaui" was to be performed in a few hhvm. A bull fight, for the benefit of a hoap ital, was to take place on the following Sunday. The celebrated taurnid irei, Gaviao and Tupi, were to appear in the Plaza. On the 17th inst., Mrs Calderon rle la Barca, wife of the Sf>anish Amtiussador to Washington, and her daughter, arrived at Havana, from New York, by the Amtrcan steamship Georgia. I.ntieestiso from St. Domingo.?Our advicei from St. Itomir go City are to the 9th inst. We learn from Capt. Chase, of the brig Vandalia, that the Dominican government was making great preparations to repel the intended invasion ot the Haytiena. The fleet, consisting of one ship, one bark, three brigs, and a Urge number of schooners, waH fitting eut at St. Domingo City; also, every male inhabitant was enrolled. The fortification was undergoing repairs. The fever had greatly tioated when Captain C. sailed. The British R M. steamship Teviot had arrived from Port au-Prince. bringing a ratification of the treaty between the British and Dominican governments. Marine Affairs eanjnq or tiik arctic. Tbe stesmrbip Aretio, Captain Luce, which bad bern detained linos Pstnrdir, at Quarantine, bj ths log. railed je?terd<7 morning, at eight o'elook, with a fair wind, far Liverpool. Collision?As the steamer Pacific was pasting up tbe North Itivsr, yesterday afternoon, she eatue in eontact with the tblp Ktineralda, (jost arrivnd from Lirtrpoel.) laying at the mdofPier Ns. 4, breaking In tbs larboard bow of tbe K and damaging the startioard gnsrd of the steamer An idea of the foros of llivrui'cn uj mj uu luiuim, I rum luc l(Cl [D>1 inC DOW timbora of the ehlp which are placed as close together ?h it ia pcatiMe to place them and then being caulked, were broken in like 10 many dual*. City Politic*. WHIG PRIMARY KUCCTIOHS. TMt Third Con<; mean oral District.?The Whig Oongreraional Convention tor the Third Congressional district on Saturday .evening. met at No. 1 Broadway, and unanimously Bomlnatid the Ilea. J. Phillip* Pkurnii, the pteaect member, for ra-eleotion. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. FacaTH ConoaKaaioNAL District.?The democratic elector* of the Fourth Congressional district, are to hold a macs meeting to d;?y, at one o'clock, to nominate a candidate forCongreas, the convention haring met five time*, and failed to make any nomination The highest number of TOtea wan for Butterworth, in whose favor Maclay, hia brother .in-law re>iiroetl. The latter haa hem in Congress before, and ha* made many attempt* alrce to be lent there again; but it Is aaid that not longtinoe he promised to the democratic party not to *eek that honor in future. Th - uame of Butterworth came by aurprise upon the electori who assembled at the Peventh Ward Hotel, to know th? reault. and a very large number ol them were evidently dWiatlr tied. The conveation meet again to-day at two o'clock one hour after the rnaaa meeting. Great fuu it anticipated Fifth ward. Bkooiltb?Two siti or Candidatks? Two aeta of candidate* have been nominated In th* fifth ward. Je?ae M Polk and Franklin Morris received the suffrage* of one cliaa lor aldermea. and Ilxnry A Monre and Francis Oneva.lo thoae of the i other Theipllt Ik apon the drmucntic aid* of the house and wax orrasioned. as alleged by tb? most respectable ci'izcB? of the ward, by a resort of the friends of the first, to untair rasaeure*. to prooare tb>ir nomination. Picono *tid. Rrooklti*.?T)o?tor W 8. Dillingham who was lately nominated for alderman from the r<enad waid retusss to wrw, partly la MMMM ot uijrmt proteerional duties. iind also b?eao?? be moaeetly tLiok? there are atrongar men who can b? iobIuM. Sporting Intelligence. Unlaw Cot-ana, L I.?Tkottimu, To-D??.?A pur*e f?r f 200, two mile boat* to wagons, will b? trotted for thie afternoan by Iloneat Jobn. Mendham Maid and Amtrlcus This rare will he a good one. and well worth attending. The ear* leave at IX o'olo-k i.Tu.i.? Ooi-aaa. L I -raiatt,Olt 2J.?A trotting nialrh lor t3 000. two mile beats. In harness, oine . rfl on Friday aft?moon last at the 0?ntrasill? track, between r. g. Jobn May and b g Ivt John May was the fatorlte at t?o to one previous to the start. f\rn that ? Pet wan the pole The b'T'et were started tb* first tlnie they rame to the scor.i Pat leading round the upper turn to the quarter a length, la 40* seconds Un the bark stretch John Mar went I op to Pet, aad headed him and tha roan eontinoej to lead ta the seora one length making the first 'nil* In 3 40 In folog round tha upper turn. Pet passed the rear, and Itn a length to near the quarter pole, wfc n May again brut-bed past him. and lad th.< roBaindcr ?f the heat Pel madsa moat aolendld elTirt for the lead up th? bom - atrrteh. but broke up near the score. b. log la?p*d on May at tha tima. Tae time of the s'Cnd mils waa tlie earns as tha Srat, asking the htat. f>.W S*t?*d It-ut - to 30 on John May. The horae* I Ml ?.IT ?ub th*lr h*ad? tognthir >u<l nontinu*4 lid* ?nd ilil* to ik' qiurt?r p(il? In 41 V Pat *w In I front down tha ?tr?t<'h an.I *U?r ot th* roan at | th* half n.il> ?> ! ? Kouud th- |ow*r turn ftul up tha boma atra'ch May outloot*d P*t and b ?! bint to the ??ora by brad, io 2:MX Pet pumI Mijr In i irf m i h* t*i"i to th- d>a?Kat*. hut vim again ( |>a*?*d ht tht- roan b> tor* rt?rtiln( tha ij iar!"r pola rit *w |n|iH on Ma/ at th* h*lf. and lay In that 1 ptaltlnn r< uod lb* torn and up tha hooi*?troteh ' until It wa* tim* to lore* him for th* h*at II* 1 r*arbad th* h*?d of .lobn May and than brik* up and th* r? an b*?i bin a I* ngth to t h? aooro Tim* A < '> Boat Rur ?A boat rac* rami off in the rain atom yaatarday morning. for %b0. from Pulton m<rk"t h? tw*?n t?o m-ii by th* tttnrn ot Kohloain and Duty, In *bl?h both alalm?d to b* ?iun*r It van a<r-? l ! thrj AltM row around (Jov*roor"? Inland to tha ?"it.nI but on arri?lng at HutUrmlU ''h?nn*l on* of tb*n ?*?lrg an adr?tt|* by going to th* *a?t*ar\|. took tbat inirw and aam* horn* about >00 yard* In llTUte tl hia adr*r?ary. City I it??11 Ihv Th* W? aTMra.?Tba *?atb*r ha* b**n ??? ?tor my ior h* la-1 f*v day* (In Saturday and Saturday nipt t a latf* quantity o( rain fcrll V**t>rday It elaarad op and 11* half ? (alt fires th* w*at watd. It wna wn rotd. fix ?At half paat 2 o'clock. y**t-rl*y tn irnlog a | ra broka out in th* (aryrr'i ahop ot Darlington*. JaekM<n. 204 Contra *tr?wt Th* hnt|4lng va* for tha ot port *on*nm*4. t"f*tb*r with tha content* The tainol tb* Ar? not n*p*rtaln*A. Taiai. Or b??i aarT ?Cit? Cupaf -*? for* lion Jrbn Ur**n?ood and t?o Al?l*rai*n ?Tha trial of lbt? man on th* In4lrtmant (or a??nult with ' "i" *" ii w ni n i *ii'T. ?m rnn"i? im ??n emirday afternoon lt?t. and rr*alt?4 la t nrdliit of mqaittal. Tha *rid*o<"* *w onnfllotiaf. tUnoaiTn Oirr t??rt l(K nr> ? Tha monthly mn*t l?l af ll>l" Pnrlaty la to b# b*l<l thl* trailing in tba Blr?t Raptlut '"fnirrh Har Mr Pa*t?r. at whl ?h tlm? th? aUalonary rtpoit will ba rr?d and addr'MO 4?lt??r? d. l'?ia? miwimiii So< nrr ?A ma*tlng o( thin Aainclatlrn will t* ik# plara thl* ?r?nln? id tba Washington rtrwt Mrth?dl?t KpUrnpal Ohiirrh Har Dr. Kaanady. ri tha PanlAa *tr*at Mathn.l|*t KpU-opul Cburab. bad S K P*M<???ay. Brq , vUl dallrar a4 mm Silks. Xkawli, HfiinoM, Cloaki, Ibeki, aad Maatilla*. aaa la ia?t n?rjthiti| *! * tkat lad>**oan d??tr*f?r tktar **a *ardr*ka* or ?** f^r thalr b-a**hn1d Ktlii, lilt Blaak*U, y-ult* Plana*!*, Tint"* Mrapan*#, I.?c he aay ha fx a a 4 at HIT3HCOOBb l.BtDHEATKRA. M7 *<>raar *f l^asaard Itraat, aad at fair aad h?na*t prt*** $300 -Th??r appear* to fee toiar <1 laaatlafartloa imoag *< ia? *f a* ranowatd aad w >adarf?l artl'ta, ?* tb*y ttj la th*a**i*>*. fc**aa*? A 4 RhI< t*?b ih* atdal. t" 0 It r?adr far any af ik?m riifkm aad Mowara. If lltf ? *? tak* a- J alia plttar* vi h A.J. B?al?, *ka *a'y *k?r**t I for hit I M??rr??irp?? N IM Br<wd<rar, arar B**ka b C'a.'* Hat Itora ka(v**a M*<d*r baa* aad Ukarty (traat. I'll*. Jrnny Und ?Th? bMt lJbrn?M of thl* lady, aad th* mott tap*rk portrait *?*r prft* ->?d -ky Rrady't * ? pro**** af Dag"?r-*t?pl*t aa Irory?I* a?? for ihikltloa at Brady'* OalWry. >* Mmadway, aaraar *f Pal- , aa Mraat. K,000 Orrr cmu, fMm |9 to #90 m*h.? Thtjr **apri*a a ?ar<?d a?*" fim?av? l?ro?a. klaab, klaa. pr*ta aad drab; rich aad fathl-aahlt llaiag*; cat la lataat ityl*. Alto, l'1a*k*. ba*ir*M <v.*t*. and a ttm of Th*a Plra i DalUrSalt*. Oaraar *f N****n aad Batkaaa rtraata. rkr Striking lnpmT>mr*t aanlfkrtad byMr U*ld?alth'i rlaa*** la <ai ?*i??hlp. *?oita* th* aa-?at?ha*at *f th* papU* thta-alro*. Mr. .'* r?sa*. 2-? B-akdway. ar* tk? rtatral p?mt ap^a ?ki*h tha ati*at?oa af had vrimtl* *trd. Thot* ?ka har* n*t r*t ra?l*t?r?dJkjtr aatn*?. tay th*y latrad t* da ? tr Art to ladaad link M I *o grtat *a arqaUKIaa a* a *?<ad haad Da a?t fariat that th? rhaar tara li * ihsrt ?a*. Crnwdl yoang l?dl*l and (l?ntl?m*n. alii thlitxr ?(,<iili tk* ?pUnild ?aUaa oflba pataat Maann la* t rraa Crapaay ?kl?b ?p*a*d r??'*rda; f.r tk* ?* ?> . , ?1th Dftttri la ?r*ry *tyla, ?ad etbar rlaaw f*r tha*pl?ara*a ppatlta. Try *a* ?f ???* a?fa,**#*t allh ru'liM tkay ait raal a**tar- IM chatkaa rqaara. ap (taira. , Dr. Jaaaaa W. I*awall, Oaallat, iaHit, 4b?. ] trough I? aiwaxia *??la>|t*ly *a dina*n of tba By* aad I ir. fr?a t* ? * *lo*k, at Ml Br*ad?ay. *atraa*a I > IPar raa * * *%. ?k*r* *aa ha bad ki* pop* tar TY**tia* *a ih* i By*, third *4ltl?a. pr1?a M?*o'?: *!**, hi* Half A*tla? By* | M. Lmtt, Ow?M. 6M Bra?*w?y, Ik* Utr-4i'?r nf Ik* priaMfl* of ataaa?haTt* ir?inr? lata DnHDn, la KM. Iitkh "Hi alia**!** ka tba tatartiaa at ArKtatal faatb. IfW papalar UltU warfc. " Warvattaa a* Ika kati aaau < Praaarrtac ** IMk' H ?~aBgsv"? Wlpi and To?p?? ?The P?>Mi m Uiymf to ma?iiir ?irl<i of Vis* ui 8o*Ji>?- ?h*? aro rtilli (be Btatauporb artlala* of tha kind v? hara avar aaan, tafpraaaDt tuoerlor attraotioma t? *t| ?tinn> ktiii naaqualla<l f?r (1 alloLca of w.rkmansliip, u< ?a?r, natural appcaraara C.llud iornino them at Mr. Batakalor'i ulibrated Wi? factory. N ? Wall itiaat. Copy th? addraaa. Would 70a h?t? htndtomt, Am, briuual hair? Tben .?e B. r??r> t r?onr de P?lt?? C'brUti, lb* oaly thiojc tb?t i* (ore t? prenerTO the hair. kaap U la a healthy condition To be prnonre* only ? Barker ? laaiee* tair dretaing tttaklithmei. t, MS Broadway. air Dye?-Bate kalor'a (itnaln* Uq?M Hair D}?. oau ?al> o? .?. ured al tfco manufactory, 4 Wait street. The public rheale guard against imitations. ]? > various diplomas Persuns w'u? liair hat urumed a bad color from th? a?? of 'he imitation dyes, can h??e it oorrected by ealiius ?* eh.>*e Copy the address. Knifji'i Health ReitoratlT* Blttera ? Thou viotimtof ?ysi~p.'a and it* kindred diseases, who hayt tried many remedied in rail, wan u t "Kir* it ap no." It U belie* ed tnai in this pr?pir*ti >n a ctrtain etire for the wort*, easts of indigestion liver eomplaiat, aervous debility ant exhaustion, etc , etc , will be found. The m ?st tftlieatc fo? mtle may take it with oonfl 'enue, and its braeing, siarnuDi, and invigorating effects, will eooa produoe arsvolntioa in lv health aad feelings of thote whe may try it. For ?alc at iSZ lied sun ttreet. Weak lea, Tan, HallowacM, PlnaplM, trajr tiona. and all skiu diseaeee, ara. it ia wall known, foeit:my cured bv using Oouraad'a Italian Medicated rtoan. Thv Pandre Pubtile eradicates kair from any part of the body. Liquid Rouge for pale lips and checks. l.ily White (or rough. Suthod, sluggish ecinplcilons, at 67 tTalkar etwet, r*> store frcm li-oadway. Oallendsr SocUi Third street. Philadelrh'a HON BT MARKET. Scwdat, Oct. 27-8 P. M. The stock market, during the peat week. hftj kin very active Prices have luotuated censlderably. and the b*ars have been able to get In Hue ol their short* at a slight depreciation Oa the other hand, the advance has put Rome ot them draper into the mire than they were before. and it is our impression that at the close of theniaiket yesterday, the beirs wore muck Bore deeply invelyed. than upon the opening. Within the pact two moot he price* bave advanced tire and ten per cent. Kcaotion* have, front time to time, be?n experienced, but they baye been moderate compared with thciie of previous y< ara. Holder* hare not been larmed in the leaat by these temporary depressions, and have merely withdrawn from the market, and waited patiently for the upward movement to again commence, whlcl^has frequently been produced by a demand for itoek front the bear* for the fulfilment ot their contracts. The improvement in priced fur many stocks ia tbe result cf a eoi responding improvement In the actual value of the inveetment. In several instance*, the advance in price* hai not kept pace with the improvement iu tht an mm vi iup cuui|>?nj. .uauj, uu udiiu^, ?a;?ri.aiB the idea that the recent rls- li purely speculative? that the inflation in entirely artificial - and that a collapse ere lung will be realized. Nothing short of a long train ot disasters, In the warklng of the principal line* ot internal Improvements. can briug about th? result anticipated Several stocks hate bi*n carried np with the rest that are worth no more, or, perhaps ot so mach as they were six months sine* ; but outsiders are not so eatilj laiposed upon now, and are pretty shrewd in their selection for investment, permanent or temporary. Upon an examination of the list of sales dally made at the board of brokers, It will be reeu which neck* wo allude to. The easy money market enables purchasers lo earry their stocks without much trouble ; and cor fiifeuee among holders is so great, that it will be found almost Impossible to get prices for good recurities down more than one or two per cent, even during the dull season If holders of faney stocks should put thi m upon the market, what could they do with the proceeds ? They could deposit them In the banks and lose interest, and that la about all There is at thi-> moment an immense amount of mon?y reeking employment? the bank deposits are rapidly Increasing. and the probability Is, that from this time to the epecing of the spring trade, eapl will steailil) increase in ijiantlty upon the market. This, of itself, is a sufficient guarantee that prices wilj be sustained, but the prospect of receiving good dividends upon tuatiey stocks which kave heretofore been considered the greatest fannies, mast have a very great influence upon bold- is. and keep the market steady All the good, sound dividend paying p^blte securities will not vary much during the next four or fire months. With one or two axseptlons, they range pretty high, and probably will be maintained at present points. Rallrcad bonds are In demand, and capatallsts have become satl?8ed that no better or safer securities ere to be had in the market None Oe tb? rtx per out*. In till* market, are *?lllng a bora par, while Ftat* ?tock? hearing th? aam* rat* af interest. command a premium ranging (rem Ova t-> twenty per rent, The *even per cent railroa4 bona* are tbe heft Inveetmert* we know of, and it la a matter of mnch a?tonUhm*ut to tin. that tU* market haa not been *w>pt of every ona afl'vnt Tbe decline in Delaware and Uud'on t!anal. during laat weak, van a im? of *om* bolder* to net price* down, no t* to buy in. for the pnrpoee of g> ttinir h"ld of ai many of the new bare* about teing l*?ued. aipotiible The raaalt anticipated wax not realised, and tbe old ttock ha? regained old prlcea. Canton Ompany hae nearly recovered former prieet. Holder* have not offered their atoak much lately, and tbe trar.factiona during tba waek have been comparatively limited. Farmer*' Loan haa, t>y all od4a, b<*en tbe moat active f?ncy oa the lUt aa l we learn that more of It ha* been withdrawn from tha market, than any other on the book* ol tha Beard The Urgeit purchaser* are tho*e having ac?*u to tha oerunta ot the comyany. from which we ahonldjudg* that there I* m'>re below the furlaca than la dreamed of fcy entailer* generally We (bail know In a day or two all about it. A* for Erie Railroad afftslL the leap 'aid about it the better We can tay nothing in favor of It at praaact price*, a* an In veetment, and we are not <iiP}ruFTH |U rmy m m j ?-ui 11 ll. it wwuii V Wfii for the public to raoollect wl??t we b*f f Mil. tad gor*rn IliuMlnn a<-ci>rdin.;ly It U ulllng at tb)it fli p?r ?mt below thr market prlca tit moatbi ?iai? lUrlrm bas not improved much ?lnoa it wu arraage<i to eitead the road to Chatham The earning* aha* a baadrome luor. a-f on laat yaar'i, an 1 the proapeetf of the company ar? eery flattering Br.Mem f?tl noufldentthat theitcck will tea?b aeventy lire la l**e than ii month* Norwich and Woreeater has baeoaa a treat favorite within tba past day or two It will be seen by tha taola of <|a<tet|ona rlren below. tha' an advance of three par east kta beea realiaed iln? Thursday and tba rale* have been jolts large Tb? groe* earning* of tha company for tba moat hi ef Jun*, Jnly. Aoio't and September 1850. amoiit to $W6 M?<0, against bl4 12 toriha corresponding mm tba la 1149 thawing an Increase In tha f>ur month*. tMe yaar of $10 >36 3S. Thla look* vary wall, and U s jfllrlent tc secure, at laaat, a three par eent dividend oa tba lit of Jaaaary aait It It oaa af tha ebeapett stock* oa tba lift, and will, w 11 boat doubt, in prove Reading Railroad la movlag upward aga'a. aad It I* tba taprwaaioo In tha utreat that It *111 teach seventy tbl* time The amount of coal transported oa tbl* road during tbflrst thrta waaks of October, wae bat Itttla abort of rue hundred and tfty tboaaaad tone During tba remaining tea day*, about eereaty-fcre tbeuaaad ton# will ba transported. making aa aggregate of two hundred and twenty.flea th?usaad ton* l<* tba moatb This, with the other ba*ta**a af tb* oompaay. wllj give a groaa laeoma ol about foar hundred thousand iiAii..a V* <- au?ad lhai tha nat p?r**lntt Tor tk? mnnlk will ha fall three buadrad thoaaand dollira Mnrrla Canal eloeed Arm at our quotation* Pareral thou and *bara* hara beaa taken out ot tha market by Ro*ton pur*h*?er?. and th?re are large hold-r* la thU market. In Philadelphia and Baitlmora. Tha b-ara hare made dceperar* effort* to depraae thi* ftoak; how wall tb?y ba?a ucoaeded will b? ??n by th? quotation*. It woald ba wall eaough tor tb* h?ar* to uadarataad. befrre they lamlre them*?l*e* any deeper la atrvat contract* for tbl* *toek, that tba ranal and It* ratraic etaprtw bat a partloa of tb? property and tefourre* ol tb* company Tha 4o?k prlvllagaa aad right* of tha aanal company in Jar* My City ara lavaluabla aad ar* ertlmxted by tboaa baat acquainted with th* value af*oah praparty, to ba worth at l*a*t half a nlllloa of d'llar* Jaraay Olty U? daatlnad to ba the great dapot af tha Waatarn trada. tba Iria railroad muit ultimately terminate at that point Tha Motrl* canal will make It a great ?oai arket, and th* railroad* nartlat aero** Saw Jaraay, 111 gl?a Jar??y City great importance a* aa aatra ?ort Dock prorartr at that Dolat. maet before tha I*p** of many j*ar?. b* Immontrlr ralmMt. u< tk* Herri* Canal Company will 4*r1*o lmm*aa* 4ran?a??* from It* p <? ? ? I* n? at J*r**y OHf !? Inrom* from thl? tours* will add larg*ly U th* rarana* of th* eompany, or th* dlapoaal of tH? pre party, right* and prl?1l*t?? will r*d??? th* *aplWJ of th* erpcratloa to a m?r* aomtaal ?am Th* pra* part* of th* Oaaal Company, from th* |r*at lnrMM In th* nln of lt? property, from th* laftorcMatl |oli|| oa la th* taaal. aad from th* MIIUcmI rn^H Pram toll* thla y?ar. ara *o lattarlaf that haldata *f Ih* tMk look with p*rfr*t Ia4tff*r*a?* apoa th* afforti at lh* b*w> to <*yrm It* mark* rata* ttoalagtoa U1 road kaa k**a la aokrat* 4*maa4 laUly Vat prtoaa kirt tat laymnl aaak Tk* ra?*4pt* of tk* ?amp?y (*c UM jmt m41x( iafait UA MM wn*tH U

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