Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 2, 1850, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 2, 1850 Page 2
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NEW YORK HERALD. 1 JAMBS ?OIDO|lllllTTi fbofftuto* amb iditok. vfiob h. w. cornha or ruin on >n ium? snrt. TOM DAILY HKKALD.t emu frcor*?V f* J?i. THE WEEKLY HSK.tUJ.ovry Satir4a% StXcmf ft n. ?r $3 fr a ". Ou wroMa* idititn, $4 p.r mmm, I* any fart of ftremt HHtoi*, unJtt to <l?v part of lA? C*?Mmeni, totA to vicludt lJu pnoUigo. AMUSEMENTS THIS EVENING. OWIIT THEATRE, Bowery?Otbblla?Haibff*. MOADViT THE&TRB. Broadway?Tm i?ri*? Lboacv ?Chb Up? Poo* Puaicobdv. XllLO'l OABDBN, Broadway?Closed t?i? Etbbihb. J it TON'S TBBATRB. Chamb?r? ?treat-Hu<ftT IV.Bovsm DiAMom a. NATIONAL THEATRE. chatham Squire? jacb Smbttun?Hirrtmu akb Mmbbiaa or New Ytli-lou in CiumiiiiA. ?HRI8TV8 OPERA DOUSE. Mtchaalo*' HftH-BTWoriam mjiiriiuv. OLYMPIC?Fallows- Ethiopian Otua Trocpb. AMERICAN MUSEUM? Amuaiho F euro iiiian ceo A?tlHMIW add MINERVA BOOMS?Pabobaka or Cuba. NEW YORK AMPHITHEATRE. S7 Bowery-E<juBiniiA? rnroMAncM. Wew York, Saturday, NoTrmbfr t, 1830. The PuHltlou and Prooperlftgr tf New York, Awviinuiuaiii Our amiable cotemiorary, the Courier ami A'wf*n tr, in a long article in yesterday'? issue,dwells at great length on the pre -ent and past prosperity of New York, and on the brilliant future which is in 6tore for it. He dwells fully on the impotent attempts to fival and outstrip it in commerce, manufacture?, capital, population, and other elements of power, ma^e by other cities, such as Philadelphia, Boston, Baltimore and New Orleans, lie speaks favorably of our great works of internal improvement; of our ieets of huge s'eamships, British and American, and of thoce which are about to be formed to run to tie Mediterranean and South America, &c.; of our railroads; of our connection with ojr great inlaisd seas ; of the greet business transacted here, and miny other matters connected with the position and destiny of New York. He concludes by ftayine, that gr *at as this city is, it is destined to becoir e greater. Now, this is all very well, aid we a?ree with our Wall street cotemporary in all that he has stated on this subject. New York is decidedly a great ci?y, one of the greatest iu the world, and we hope and trust tiie day is far distant when it will reach its culminating point. It has atuiaed a powerful and commanding position within an extraordinarily short period of time: and we question if mcitnt or modern history can furnish a parallel. This i? what we have always said und m lintained. Jn common with all our citizens, we hive f> It & Wide in the ?r<>Wth au l increasin t nrrmnwrilv of this metropolis and it?- continued welfare has always occupied our thoughts. But in what m inner can we retain our present positiou, aid be aaeurrd of increasing in population, wealth, commerce and other elements of greatness 1 We can do so only by adhenng to the constitution, and the 1 co-promisee contained in it, i.nd under which it was formed. Under that sacred and holy instrument, and under the guidance of a benehcent Providence, we litve arrived at ?ir prea^n? greatnesj, * f a It it, power, nnd com man ling positioj As we rt-niiitked on n former occasion, Se* York is the rratQir of the l iiio.1 and the constitution. Wuhcut the f bU-tiog care of both,, our city would not at this litre have reached a population of one huudied thout-kud, and in the places now occupied by price*]/ mansions, we would see a desert. And t is on the Union end the constitution that our hofs of what N?w York will eventually br, are based. Let Ilia! Union be destroyed, and that con?titu'i< n disregarded, ?nd what will b?coT?e of the prosperity of New Y ork, or that of the whole North 1 It would vanish, and in i few years we would become a province, or like Nov.* Scotia or Newfoundland, the back door of America, in*tcid vi i*r ini; wic niuu (.umiuiv. Viewing the matter in this light, therefore, we a<u?r.ot he em i J ut the inconsistency exkibited by the Courier ati'l Enquirer. Wiiile dri A ii<|f each u vivid picture of the present comtnanding position of this metropolis, nod of the glorioua futuie which apparently a waits it, that journal heads ita tir?t column <f reading nutter wit'o a list of candidates for the next el ction, who were nominated l>y a State convention, which* open'y, Hfd in the bmtd light of day, indorse 1 the f 'Icy of a man wfco has contributed more than any one else to destroy both the Union and the conatiIk: ion, ai d who, if encouraged by the aid andcomfoit of the public, would prostrate both, and trump!* them in the dust. Hy supporting tho.? fiorunuiionr, tniautting ra tKey do, from au h a touice, the Courier and En jutrer ujucts the v?ry flattering picture which it drawa of the proa;i-rily of New York, and of its future prospects. Jt blows h<t and cold in the same breath. If th; c in ir datta of tiie abolition whig convention are supported, tlit dissolution of the Union, and a atop to th prorre?? of thi< metropolis nre advocated. The '*(i cannot l e reconciled. If the Courier an i Enfui ir, then fore, ia serious", it will atrip from its columns the n&ims of Washington Hunt and his coadjutors, who are nominated by th* whig atnli. ticn State convention, ut Syracuse, and support, in their f-tetd, men who ire devoted to the support of the constitution and the m lintenanc of tlx. law.*, regnrdkis of privi te frieadahip, and with a single eye to the good ol the country. Anoiiibi; AsTi-Sumr Excitimint Bnitwi.-.n ?Oforge Thompson, the first Englishman who sUricd, in this coontry, the anti-slavery agitation, j\ a again vi?ited Uie?e ahorra, after wormimg him. telf into th< Britiah Parliament, through the votes of the sociilisia of the London "Tower liamlets," ? the mcst corrupt district of small politicians in thi? immune sphere. Alirr hing a firebrand in tl.ia country, he returned to Kngland to a!/ii?e ta r institution*, ntd to take j?art in the MUti-rorn law oj?.tr.tif-n, that led to hia aihsequent i-oi ei; Ion if a * at in the House of l'wMno?i. We thall no', at presen', fop to amy sg.'i; ?t Uint, the evidence* of hia uotorioua condast in hia own country. It is eeongh that he In* been <1.1 agfatcr, unflcrttpulcualy bmt on hurling ridicule upon thr American character, and upon our ,os?ruiiora He i* th? represent itive of the mind ?f the low< st ch"* of Englishmen, besotted with ignnrai.ce ard very bud beer. Th" Ik nerty of George Thompion'a political enrrt r ia to he ili. covered in no act of hia life; and it is ?ct at all unlik-ly, if he is not an agea'of riltnrntot, that he comra oat here under the auspices of the East India Company. He has been el?-vai*d into place by th? soti ilist politicians, who, roidst the feme* of tobacco and ale, fi through fire atid smoke, on a smnll scalc, for any loud talker who can appeal to tjfir paasiwit and prejn* dic^s. We have Watched him closely ever since he left this country?have been .on his track ia Scotland, in Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester, and even down as low as the dark streets of the Tower H?mlcts?tli? rendezvous ?f coil heaver* and coal w hij'5>ers, by who ? bl ick hinds he rv Iiftod into Parliament. We ktlow his course on th^ Braril and West Indii rotfar question?and thfl whole train of his ambition* designs fur the overthrow of this country'* peace, by the cna?fant correspondence he hi'.* kept ttp with the abolition party 0if the Northern States; and, under all thcircumstances, we are persu tded fc? advis? him if he value# ?ot the peace of this coun'ry, to Value his own, and to be e*ceedirg'y car< ful t-j restrain hia trngne in this country. The difficulties which txict us are quite sufficient without the presence I cf any fort ign agitator, bent on the disunion an 1 <fi**oluiiaa of these with the fancied belie *>f aiding British manufacturers. Uecrge Thorny mm, t* careful % % .. "-?! Hon. Geckos Bkioos?Tjik BranchMurt.?TLe j course of the Hon- George Bruurs at the Uat see- i < ion of CoDgrews was very satisfactory to all me a < who are either interested in good faith to the com- I promises of the constitution or the prosperity of our city. The records of the House proceedings of the whole session will show that he very seldom missed s vote upon any question?that he was faithfully in his place, and that in the practical business j of bis constituents he was always on hand. He ia one of the very few of the New York delegation who stuck to the Texas boundary bill to the end? , a measure upon which the whole scheme of ad-i justment depended. True, he voted against the Fugitive Slave bill, in obedience, to his owa judgment and to what he held to be the objections of his district; but that was manly aud courageous; and had J. B. stood up to the vote either way as unflinchingly, there would be no necessity for his flinching now from an explanation. Mr. Briggs has the advantage of the record, lie is no dodger. , And as the law is passed, like all good citizens, he , is a law abiding man. we are in iavor 01 me re-eieciiou 01 j>u. Briggs upon another ground. A* a young member, we presume, no man in the House 's more popular among the mambers than he. lie hag used his personal intlacaoe among the members in favor of the New Y'ork branch mint. And ar>y man acquainted with the business of legislation, is aware how important it is to have a personally popular man in charge of an important bill. The vote 011 Mr. Briggs's motion, to take up the Mint bill on the last night of the session, shows that neariy two-thirds of the house are in favor Of it. The bill has passed the Semte. By a rule adopted of late years, between the two houses, the unfinished business of the first session of any Con- ; giets, is taken up the second session at the point j where it was left off. The branch mint, then, ! having passed the Senate, only needs the con! currence of the House, and the sigudtaia af the , | President, to become a law. But the caaung scs; Hon is short. It is important, then, to have a man i endorsed, who, by hia personal influence with the members, w ill be able to get the bill up early. Everything depends upon that. We consider, i tben, that a vote for Briggs is a vote for the branch : mint, and that his election will secure us the mint i ceitaiu and sure. If we disapprove his course we may lose the mint. Vote for Briggs and the mint. Wc want it while the gold is rolling in. The Six rn Cong sessional District.?la the , Sixth district there are three or four candidates. ( Cochrane and Brooks are the prominent ones. ( The former has come out with more frankness and , uprightness than the latter, as his recent speech testifies. This is what he hud the patriotism and ' , manliness to say; ? NR. COCMrank's opinions. I have bfcu fal.-eiy accused of beinir an abolitionist. 1 I bat e never n>ade the tliat step toward* abolitionism; I but let 1110 say thU much to you, I aui opposej to au ! . agitatiou which but f.?rre* to render insecure to our I Southern brethren the rights guarantied to them by I 1 the c 30?tltuti0c; ?nd It there be any v.rcng to be re- 1 i tuedieii 1 mil take the constitutional m-thod of rootlfjlrgit lo thik land where law U prvrtimed to be ' fcuml'd upon erery piinciplo of right and justice. I ( do cot recognise any living 1:l-.v but tLe law of the lu%<l. for tlii:i rea-on. brrauu it is idenMtied with that 4 ) -c law of which we have heard so much; and 1 ? i -never it d< parts troni that higher law I will taka a l*pi.l uj> thud ot changing it 11.rough the legislative Ktn u-Mtes of the peoj le. I stand n?w cm the broad ji pta' form of the Union, and am apposr l to agitation, satisfied tbat the question will be eventually righted ky tLe people. tl X(.w this i? good, solid, utiahiftiag ground, sueh n us en American mey b- proud, as well as secure, ' i;i stu!)uii;g upon. It is the pUiform of the c whole people. But how is it with Broolts 1 c Much hns been said of his movements in Coagtea*, on tli?* compromise measures. Wh^re whs he at ^ the la-t important vote on the Fugitive SI ive Li<vl a" i "WLy^iad he skulked into a corner 1 Is such a man to h< nutted 1 Cochrane is th- unlli aching mm, the frank, open-spoken candidate. Brooks is ! the sneaking man, the sly aui slippery-voiced i':ir,.-'i<ii te. Cochrane is simple, plain, pitriotic, J and democratic. Brooks is tortuous, myste- | ( nous, politic, and eeltish. He advocates the Scwerd State abolition ticket, in all its abolition^ deformity, in hia paper, and yet appears as one of the l ulon Committee of Safety?dodjiag about from pillar to post, like a truant plnyiaz at | hide and seek. We have hud much to do with him in lit w tpa|>t-r bu*iness, and lie is just as small fi d wen in that as he is in hi* political all'tirs. As a number of the Congr>-as ot the press he has a'ways been jsst as close, sneaking, nad contemptible, as a member of the Congress of the Uuiltd States. What he is in business, he is in politics?oce rf the mew^t lugs of wind ever filled with^gas, leaky, and wholly unlit for any public use. No one would ask for proofs of a selfc>i(bnt fact, but they are as plentiful as black, lorries, and llrooks cannot be the man of the people. Cochrane is the true man for the Sixth difetrict. _____ Tii? Fi omvk Si.avk Bitx am tuk Naxr Maroiiai.t*.?It is generull/ believed that on the next alien.j t to arrest a fugitive slave in thia city, the ' negroes m end to kick up a riot; and, iu some qaar< ters, threats of bloodshed are made. If such an unfortunate state of things should occur, it would be lirtcfrsiry to have a very efficient man as M ?yor; and, in view of what possibly may transpire, it would be well, at this tim , to inquire what is the character, for energy and devotion to the laws, of the candidates, re?p~ctivfly, lelected by the two partita. Tin' whigs have put forward Ambrose C. Kingsland, who is well known as a very amiable oil merchant, who got rich by hi? costncts with the corporation and by building ships down east. His extentive contracts with the corporation have, it is true, iucreased the taxes ; bat w- are able to | jv.y high tuxes, and are, moreover, accustomed to d? ing so. These are qualifications, however, aside fiom what is necessary to make a good Mayor at ' this conjuncture. The whig* threw Mayor Wood- : huii overiKJard, because he diafiluyed a want or etuuy '? (he A: tor place riot* ; but iu aelecting Mr. Kipgaland they term to have f?l|en fion ' ( the fi)iog pan into the fire. Now, if we turn ( i to the rnndidi;tc of the democracy, we will liod that he i? a in d of energy, courage, and influence: ai<d cne who will discharge hia du?y in any criai, ( thti.i:)' ariae in this city. lie i* the man for the i | time*. Hr Is really a acnrible man, and will no 1 | doubt (nuke an able and efficient Mayor, and a* j tut h we recommend him to all who wiahtopre- ( acive thimtelves from p^rty diitat on, an I who ( w if h to Trie for the brat man, no matter by what . I?rty he is nominated. The Third \Varu DirricuLTr.?The democrat* of the Thud ward have nominated Ema- " nnfl B. Hart for Congreaa, a clever min, and <pu- J 1 lih< d to make a good repreaentalive. The whiga ! have two candidatea, in or Icr " to make na.-niranre 1 ' doubly aure." The Seward interest hive put up 1 ' t Janiea Bown, who ia not a resident of the ward, *f understand. The Silver Grey* have nominated y Mr l!o'nian. Now, according to th* well known ' f.iHe of yllaop, or aomtbody dae, between two j '' BU.da a man fall* to the ground. The heat thing, | ' th? refc-:e, fur the whig*, if they really deaire to ] '' mccced, would be to drop both their candidate*, | ^ and rally u;>on Daniel Lord, or aome other ruin of ' iindirpiittd firueaa anil popularity. Otherwise, Mr. ^ Hart may ."lip in, a reaolt which, afteral!, may turn " r nt *- well r? any other. But as the whigaar?in grea' a trouble and perpli-iitjr, a? a matter of charity, we c are dirpoaed to help then by a little got .i advice, " i u Hrticle of which they are mash in need at thin '' time. " tc rn? * M**: a' L?noa rr Thl* I .mil. |, tut" I* fl??Mhtljr ?I!uaU<1 to th* t<.* n Of tf Ottdataak. n<? county MI<bifr?n about Ony rml^x from Toledo fcy the way of Adrian. If l.? an ln*tltutloa for th? liiiftti'tl' n of colorid perron* In analmt an J mo- t* ilttn langa'KBaatid In th? arU and ?oi*ar?f. A ?li?rti?r w wa? p?ant?l for It* I ncorporation by tha t.ogWUtnra of a] Mirh'gan. In tha olntaroflM*. and Ita proepactaof icie- ei ees* and anfulnaaa art mn favorably tk?a thoia cf ' *ry similar lmti'uUoa la tb? t au'ry, ' m - The Stae o? Italy?Paeodi, the Magnificent.?Next Monday night, at the Actor Place I 'I'ftf* House, Parodi wiil appear for the first time in this country. She has selected the character of Norma lor her dlult. This is a good choice. Her magnificent style?her impts^ioned acting?her deep, strong voice, will thine in the great scenes of Bellini's most powerful opera, and she will rise, at once, Vnto the same position of rivalry h<*r# as she ihd fn London, when sh"? and Jenny Lind were einping at her Majesty'* Theatre. The history of l'arodi's triumphs u well known. When Coata, the director, quarrelled with Luntley of Her Majesty's Theatre, and went into Covent Garden, under the encouragement of the Queen, and with the money of Beale, and of Delafield? who was made a bankrupt by the singulation? Lumley found that he was deserted by all his old company, including Grisi and Mario. Casting about for talent, he found Jenny Lind, who, breaking her engagement with Bunn, of Drury i.ane, paia me pentliy, ana carriea ner Majesty's Theatre through for the first season of opposition. Lumley, then, with his usual sagacity, acoured the continet for the greatest dramatic singer. He engaged Parodi, an 1 a he was immediately brought into rivalry with Jenny Lind. The latter had proved very successful, but the presence of the former, in the highest lyric creations, soon established tfaeir relative positions. Parodi became the high priestess of the art. She it was that stood forth the embodiment of Norma, Medea, and those grand volet, which had only been filled by Pasta or Grisi, while Jenny Lind appeared in the characters of the melo-dramatic opera, such as the "Fille da Regiment," "Elisir d' Amore," and the like, formerly made brilliint by Persiani. Both were popular in their peculiar styles. Parodi, by her majestic style, 'fubdu?d, controlled, and aroused the heart; Jenuy Lind startled, delighted, and stirred the fancy. The one was to music what Byron is to poetry. The other had the Bporttveness and lightness of Moore, with, perhaps, less of the deep feeling that sometimes pervades the compositions of the Irish bard. Purodi soared or made a saooplike an eaple; Jenny Lind had the wing and the voice of the nightingale. They were friends to each other in their contests for public favor ; but in.the public eye, there was the Eame rivalry that is here to be renewed. Of course, we may cxpect the same results. We know that Parodi sustained herself as a dramatic vocalist of the first ord;r, while Jenny Lind's position in the concert room makes her chief in that department, where she his never to conquer the ?rt ut difiicultiesof entire rule, comprising all Bhades Mia aegrees or vocatiztmon. The advent, then, of Parotii will be one of strong ntrrest to the public. More generous than Barnunt, and not EOgrwping after money, Maretzek ha* ;>ut the price of tickets at a very nvisonable rate? iwo dollar*, or two dollars and a half?and a power "ul current of curiosity will sweep towards the Opera IToufe to decide upon the comparative pleasure to je derived from these great rival vocilists. Parodj its a magnificent figure, a voice of mirvellous reshneae and j-ower, a face intensely expressive of tveiy emotion of the soul, eyes of bewitching due? black in the shadow?hair of raven blickiefs, and a temperament warm, glowing, and iinrestive as the climate of the sunny south of taly. She will interpret the music of her counry, as Jenny Lind does that of the colder Scandi* avian region, and we shall be able to contrast lie two Blylte admirably, while each strives to ex* el the other in the presence of a curious and exited public. The Day-Book on 8tath Politics.?Our sprighif little cotemporary, the Duy-B >ok, well informed s it iu upon the general topics of the day, is, for 11 that, as we are sorry to see, stultifying itself on he subject of State politics. The tone of that >aper on the slavery question it sound; ami on the | >olicy of adhering to the principles of good faith uward the Sonth, it hia shown an equal degree of ; jfood judgment and independence. So far, very i good. Hut our coletnporary ought to be informed : jf several important practical facta. It ought to I know that Washington Hunt is identified with the | Seward interest?that hi* election will be regarded i a Seward victory in this State, and in the Southern States?that it will give aid and comfor' to the nemies of the Union anio ii? u*, and increase the listrust of our honesty for the future aimng our Jouthern brethren. The election of Mr. lluut i Iocs not drjiend upon a mere armiatice, or sispenion cf hostilities, between the whig-* and abolitioni?t?; but upon the open allianse enterel into beween the Sewird men and the Silver Grays at Syracuse and Utica. If elected, Mr. lluut will le elected upofl his endorsement of S*ward ind his abolition ocd nullification doctrines, rhe conservatism of the New York whig mty will be wallow* d up in nullification ? ' he nationality of the New York whig* will be- | :ome a farce, and their identity with the Southern i whig party will come to an end. A crisis is upon | js. We muit either express our adhesion to the Union, or take aide* with the Northern nullitiers. find we must look, not at the jier.-onal good qualiies of Mr. Hunt, but at the company which he keep*, and the principles which he represeats, the , flotation* which he approve*, nnd the miserable lullilitrs who endi r*c him. Let the l)ay I) > k ;om;>are these thingi with its g>neral r it tonal en I lational course on the abstract queati in of uulliicatioo, and it will see th? re it sotnerhirg of in:rnsi.<tency abjHt it. All iirgurn'-n*.* az-.iog' nulliication are worw than ut- i -n, if we endorse the >ullifi<rs. The first important object of younj wliticians thould be consistency; and the sec.ind, irver to adveriite or,'- s?'t ol tirinrinUa ..n I amittior set of mm nl the sane? time. The exp?-iicnced dilom itic editor of Ihe Cimritr is stumj>?d at such in undtrtaking- Men an 1 principles must go lug* titer. Hian T*\k% tiic mayoitat.rv and ntc OoitforaTh?!.?The present corj>oraiinn i.nd th?ir predecessors may be t? rme i the hiph tax psr'y, or the ' ii?! h pressure party, for the tax's htv-increased i >robably cne third during their rrgint', within the art two or three years. One of the causes of this )igh taxation is the number of jobbing contracts |iven to the friends of the members, ami the waste :nd cxtravag?n;e sanctioned by the Miyorand M<th branches of the coloration. At the coming hedon we have to elect n Mtyor an I oo>--third j >f a Hoard of Assistants. Now, from which mrty are we most likely to have the most econo- | meal administration of our municipal affairs ? The democrats certainly have sins enough to imwer fur. Th^re has been corruption enough n their rankr fwr years past; but we believe that he candidates put forward by the whig*, from Mr. iingtland down to the /\-wiW4uit Aldermen, ar* he worst that we have yet seen. We hive only 0 direct the attention of the public to the extraacant "oil contracts" of the whig* for layor, and take them as an of the iannal character of th* present candidate of th?* arty whith has been in power in this city for the ist few years. The fact is, we want a change. Ve have paid high taxes lon<? enough, and the eopie have l>een robbed long enough. It is now til time for all those who have absolved themf Ives from party dictation nnd party trsiim?ls to ct with caution and prudence, and select tho*e >ndidates who are least in favor of hifli tixes. r this be done, Mr. Kingslond, who has nude alf bis fortune out of his oil contracts with the rvfpcration of New York, is not the nun for them 1 eleit. He is a very respectable man in private fe, bit In politics he is an '? oily gimmon," and j o mistake. ______ * I Ha< ?*tt.~ Tills popnlsr An?rl??n rffmolisn Innds to lrsT* fof Fnmpe In a fSw d*y?. Mr Hurtra, 1, VI Uafi hui ABfflflfd Kim for Ana tiUKf /? Pl"*r In fkUUIT. 11* will perform that p4ft thin r?rl?f; and u tfcU U hi* l??t pp??riinr. in tk? t*nt??d r*t?a. Burton'* tti??tr? will b# crowded to wttBoM ioit p'rftet tfriin??t!otJ 9t tb?t cb*r*ct?r. liter PUcc Opera Hmh. Tk? full tld* of m?M( bu *?t towards thla Nttbll.kaMt ?hi?h nd,. ?k. .1.1. ? ? -? Uaretaek, la faet taking the current of public flavor, the house being vail Attended every Bight. ' Der Freytchnti" waa not the moat anaplo one commnsement tor the Ntton, bet 'Lucia dl Lammtrmoor'' ud 'Kmani" her* proved very attractive, displaying the j Uimte of the coapany to the very best advantage, llewever, in the pretest atate of the public mind, at j the approaching advent of Parodl, publlo enthusiasm It tame and aplritleaa.) On Monday next, we shall have the Italian star ahinlng with all poaaible brilliancy, and the houee will present the moet gorge one exhibition of beauty and fashion aver teen in thie metropolis. "Norma" baa been aelectad for the occasion, and a more popular production could not be used as the medium for making tbe public acquainted with the splendid etyle t< tke great vocalist, who haa oome to charm the lovara of true melody. Naval lnt?Ulg?nce. United States Frigate St. Lawrence.?We are pleased to Itarn, from the Boston papers, that thi? frigate, which was ordered to Boston, is bow to come to this city. On the representation to &ecr?tary Graham that Captain Paulding and moft ot his cffioer* and men belonged to New York, he Immediately changed her destination to this oity. She was sent oat by the government to protect American interests jn torelgn ports. 8he has been absent about three years, and visited nearly all the ports in Europe, where Captain Paulding and his officers have been received with the highest marks of attention and respect. The ship left Cowes, England, on the 10th of Ootober, and is expected to arrive In a day or two. She arrived oil Boston on the 31st ult, in a renarlca My short passage of twenty-one days?almaet eqial to a winier passage ot oue ot our fast sterna- r*. Xuis Due frigate first visited Southampton, where the whole city turned out to receive her ofHccis and crew. The l^oeen sent her yacht to pay them every attention. The frigate then went to Bremen, whence C.ipta'n Paulding visited the principal oilies of Germany, including Austria. and was received with eclat wherever he visited. Bho then went to 8t. Petersburg ; thence to the Mediterranean, calling at the principal ports in that sea. The officers were introduced to the Pope; they were visited by the tauten ot Greece and olh rn of the Kuropeau nubility. No American vwMel ot w*r ver visited Kurcpe under suoh circumttances, or was received with such eclat a* tho dt Lawrence. We hope that the Common Council will rt ceivc h-r, on hur Arrival In u *Lv1m rn u&l to unv of h?r rA.^intfnni abroad. OLE NAVAL CORRESPONDENCE. Poa.T9Moi.TH, CV*..) Oct. 30, 1850. Ltunch of the Jamittown - C*urt Martial for Mutiny? Uriel linn of Seamen. The Jamestown was launched to-day, at three o'clock. II er hull in nearly completed, and she is to go into the dry dock to morrow, to be coppered, &o. The repairs on the hull ot the Columbia are going on rapidly. I understand several Bailors are to be tried by a court inarLial. the 6th oi next month, tor mutiny and ' desertion, on teurd lliu receiving ship l'ennsylvnuia. Desertion has brcouiu quite an every day ocoureuoe here, since the abolition ot Hogging lu the service. The United State* fteumcr Legure wan deserted one night, whilst lying here, by nearly allot her sailors and firemen, and it was with great dtfllculty they wtre got on beard s^ain. Sporting Intcillgrnac. CiiMTkcviLLE OouaaK, L. I.?A trotting match for $oOO, to 250 lbs. wagons, ten miles out, tame off yesterday afternoon, between b. g Hard Times, and s. g. Leopold. It was a well contested racv Hard Titans wss the favorite from the start. Leop ild led the ilrst ; lis miles ot the race; but ?D the Seven h mile the bay gelding went in front, and lei out finely. The lolluiving is the summary ot the ra e :? Time. Total Time.

1st mile 3:10 8:10 ad " 3:17 8:27 3d ' 3:14 4 h " 3:14 12:55 6th " 3.19 16:14 Oth " 3:i6 19:30 7th " 3:19 22:49 8 th " 3:15 2-1:04 Vth " 3:10 2t?:l4 10th " 3:ll.'a 3J The Weekly Herald. TIIE GREAT UNION MEETING. The Weekly IIik*lu will bu published at nine c'oioek thW morning. Its content* will embrace the r?v?jrt of IHu enthuuiartie proge?41ugs of tho Urea'. Vnlon Meeting at Castle 0.vrJ< n. Single coplu!, In wrapper*, sixpence. Pn ro*Jl?An Accurate Uk?>ini a l*aulii?l porliait of lhi> celchrkt?<i prijii. a -ana, hi1 h?ia takes a', Uraiir'a, nod ia f?r cxMbuivu >i hi gallery of dagt-errtviypoa, No. *.'4 liroadaay. Tlae Pinnibe !Vatlo-.a1 l)a -uorrlivi f.'allcry. No. :UI brr>?d?ar, wo ae? M kaa 01 in ti-rnia of thi h'^fiwt 1 |'[K.?r. to t. hic^i clieerlully ad I wh*?. n IMnk dun to if i? *alhr> ? .hat la, w? aft sent tn*t m .a Am i it-iui^ra I are made at that istabliahua .at than any oiii?r la tiila country. LaiUii will flntl lite arruiiituailalIon* at ! (. ldiu i h'a w riti.i i I( lltoadmajr, cl.*aa< ?'i i | i??? 1 NfejL and under hia ia?iruoiwa t?c U-ik.' mm are mw ! mskicf i-atre Tdinarj p . in the . iiriiof ptni-iaJhif). ' At ri.fM.riuiii j of ac ti.tnag a iMira-.r ladjr-l>a? liaid l?.f . F. CO ?!ivul<i u?t k? atjlua ad. The Umei m et in c!a at 11 A M , at ?>| H. M., and t lie fer.tleoiea at ai?au>t erary jllier j i hoar ?l tlii day. ! ( Dancing.?A. Unilw ulli'a Afft Irmy, 1 IS Brixae (treat, near fcrt-adwa*.?A ne.T ela<* will mtiat ia Maalai _ N ii If Nl gtfc HI I'liwl r I j tleatloaeade* ' troai of i. Ulit: *.il p'sate make curl; aipli.a luu, aa each c.a? ia United to 'w?a?y. font oiemVcfJ To (bt Patriotic.?Thn t?r?t Roinn tee i fi t.n'td on Am-'tlcan "ilatnry. t? Harry lluraliam b.< i n lare . retry A lluokli fliaai. It la to be pahllatied i? th 11: l ioin til tlit Sunday CVuiKr. and tint lint uli i( tw will itpf* i- la I t' nmirow'a pap?r. !n ii ldltku to thla rem IB'.', a Dl-iUry , ?i iu* euy i* iiKtviiv 10 cu ButDwe via. Tndlt'i Palciil Unliy J?iii;>er?. ? Th< mother'i t)cr*!tg ch'ld'e d;li*ht?prbdnitni k*r!ta, *>rtn*tli, growth, tmo f'rira aid happy d.?p alu.t*. tl^ny ltu;rortir.i iu hare I Kb tffoatfd bi ana ia raator >( Oil* d?lirh:fa! aftmlr, ar4 tin cnitaM dvaiad i?*itn im p \>of f it* aiorit*. Prim %l H>, npoarria Portal* ?h<lritli ' arid retail, by tlia inventor. C. *. Til IT. C, at hu *|l?adid tn iHitlvD c( tunny liooda. M.% llrta lwi). Knox'i lint Katabllahniriit.? Knot, or 1 JS Vnl'.in Mutl, lia < rru .ntl tb* *ua **'m iiahiu-nt a? wmtly kniwa ar arc hi* iiimlt ?blv fa?Ui ni 4 'l?ti. .1 hit tail *tyla, Mkdc of thr L**t uatirial* by axi^ricQccI w Tki.un.'<r, iu r? 1 pr< p?rl? ?|-akit * artui*. tnatr ina'lti a of li|hia*>a, *l?- | Mt>?- aud iaiat.lif) ?r? Bait --nail* acba<> < I. a?? 1. an I t'n/ t ?) I ? !> ja?'l? |'f aouaccd ?r;< > Hi* al - k of aMI- 1 dr?a* ri.|n au<i bat*, and elngaut a*><<rtui>nt of f?r>, ta inot | k?> xrrlU'l in quality, whll* hi* prlcea ar*. a* rr?ryl?udy *?, Iwaaty j?r not !* tUota of aay othar dvaUria tb* city. Amnion?Gmmln? hta fall ami tvl iter *t? la ol (?at ttmea'a liatn. T'.ty ara tha Butt brautital tula jtk In ttvil lived. Al* '. la* I a it hat. Afcll/i'v, 191 Broadway, mar Dane* itrect, C'olfutnr, 10V Km?au*trrtt, hf\a mule m-ru>ti..:?i*. *hff*b? l.*ia*aa>.<4 to nil the vaiy i>a?> tl?:i j <r|?that tin If trade for na* d liar. TM* m?y ai>jrar 1 rtnpf tn t*IOM wba hat* be*.. o?i lo payihl 4t kl, ! a< fl far ilf* interior to Coleman'*, la i itliiy, make, and atyla. _ Katiitdera* I)rfaili<K (air Karloi-f, 147 ai>d !l-7 M**adw?r,?The** aatt* retrl m* many a??*?ita^-? ?tar f ? ir.fried, b<ii*([ mad* altb tha > >?* for nalorvic*. t.*taiala( v "* taalily of artiala* ia th* anialleot p-*MMa ** SitMitll? 147 Broadway, earner ol liberty,' and JS7 Br; ad way. (lrntonN.?H> Ikk (orall attention to our vail -it* a*w *t)l?a ?f ovrr oat*, al' .gntbar the l?rf it t ok I w.-* ittt prwentet for -al* Oar tarlrt- lim anl I *f |. r* ?f iwn-eldrd 0T?r?o*t* ara aow ioti?<it aMar n o ily hi re, but ?* la?e ordirafor lham froa* a?'?*t of th? p*.a - p?l < t'.ia* al tb* I t loa. Tli*r ara ?<.a*ldo.-. d th? nrya iM a<l ai'it **yl* af orarooat a?ar latrodaaad | tltb*r tlda foralax an *l*(aat caat. aad diff?ranl in tolar float tbaalb.r. 6. I I. IIITMX, M aad M John atraal. c >rn*r of Naatan. BnaliiMl ( oaU.-Wa hnvr |Mld mort limn oraiaari attaatloa to **tna* up thl* alaa* ?4 ml, Ihii aia*<>a, aaa Ibo thontaad* who arery day riail our a*tahli*hmtnt ha*? piai*od tlitin, bath f*r tha rariaty af *>)la aa I Cat, and tie **l*<Mii-a of tb* aoodt of which lhay a ntir. All nth*r deacriitli a* of ftal*. of oaaraa, ia * i lal cxwat and yarltty. 1* fc l?R*i.lN. M and V> Joha * ra*t. ooraat af Maaca'i. fancy ( nllrry^lhi moat rbnlrr arlrrtion cf fancy cvlary ta k? m*b la tha *ny; it *iabra< r* mry Ro*>i|>'l* *tylo ofJirn, |meb*t aad *pnrt?i*a'* Kalra*. M*??r#. all fill", and Harm* th* r*?y H??t, warran *4, at ?ai;VDEHj. 117 Urea Iway, cornar of Liberty, aad V7 Broadway. The World'* l-'alr?Tlir World a Fair It adu liaMy r*prc?*at*'l by tha 1a<llea '.f N w Vcrk. aa wi Mn . |.. K r? ? ?" rooni t , ro m * i?m 01 a "jra-* and fft.Hi ?ll nnri?r? of tha al IX. I'mInU, Bnirj, I m ci??oti 4 Ik* Wft )!?ti '.f hi* lift to tnpply tho ritl?-ota Icrtitnm with l.ran* fnlir ?*-?. ^ it If f tha feat. 111* admlra''* ???urt nrn' f knull, ?'lp | " r?. hn*kia*. i|-?. and ("Uimri la?i* rubltr *?ar hori, thou h?W well hf h?* tictard.d. It. D. Jonf , 14 Ann street, n*?r the Ante- ' rl?*a Hmtnai.-ri|< frtith i)r??i llnotj. $4 aaaall; f?. ??< %7; Ir-nch Patent leather Hnorn, $? | (> iTf $.>.41 to ft: Fr??v h H*r?r-lrnnf liu-t*. Ir a |4 rfit*$rt. All (t^rdi ara warrant)"! to aire n*ti?t jott f( rl> t ., doa* ia tba (tor*. Mu.ik n?U? ?ud vr >- 1 Mi it mj ?atto. 1 Jriiny Miid'i Cn??eert? re erowdtd -with Ie4l*?.'a?"I *'H tlif (>p?ra II<> ha < u M >ti ?> ni,-it ? > . tha h?aaMTrl l"arr>?ti ;,>m MiMor'n *>> * St<?ro, I* Canal rtrae<, I* tr?> did all tl> tin*, for l ^ tliara wtm-a I th?_> raa t ad Lfcdita', aad ( I lldca n Shut* la ?f?at (mM;< . I ?t'nlon la Mrrnf(tli,"?AVltli It fni ?r? I la?lBi tl>le, Wlikrlt It ?nro to fill ?" Par.otamplr ' llr >nkt, N>i |M felton ?!'< ??. la h I r atl M ?, (latter* to., anttoo daraMlit* and fceaaty, a* wall at low prtr?? and t >?? ft*. Thrt? who art frl'nda to t*ieie ?><nttltaH?t>i ?nd eomhrt will traral to IM Faltoa *tr<ot, and rakirat <a*lrandrftiaadlnf*. 1 fre?klei,T?n, RallawiiMt, ritnplea, Rr?p> ? ?? and all *kla diktat*. ar?, It I* t!l kn ?n, poattlrelf 1 Eirwd ?t a?(n* Ooaraad * Italia* Hell.* tad S^ap Ttit aadramhUh aradiart" ha r fr>tp a?pr <i( the t>*de. I.|aid Hour* tar pal* lip* nad eliaaha. Ulr Whit* lot foaah. loa'ied, alut* ih oonploo nt, at ?7 Walkor etmet, , STf. "t?!L,fft* C*ii?*4?r. fe?ik n.rlim?v Fkiladetftua. I ?a???i - - l_. kaadcn' Metallic Tablet Strop, tmr keep- ?; P?rfMt oriw, iu U btainoa ?t lb* ? V _ IT i. ?rtieU km bwn louud f??or?bly known to ? --- ui?? pnaium u to* amerani uui M ms I Ameriaaa laatitata wmiwiiM to tba iBTontor. BADKDBE8, 147 u4 M7 Broadway>Ui 878 Strand. ImIoi P ? il Tooth Brnihei,?Samnders, 147 Md 38T i, Broadway, u? bow manufacturing the llneat quality of 1 Tooth Bruahaa; ' bay ara far anperior to tha imported; tba I 0 briatlea ara faataaad ia aa a now priuoiple, and ara wax- 1 n ranted aot to coax Iocm 1b tba mouth. air Bjre^JUtclulor'a fienslBt Llqald i Hair Dya, oan ?aly bo aeoarod at tba manufactory. 4 Vail | traot. Tba publio ahoald gaard againat imitationa. Boa my : r< variona dlplomaa. ParaoB* whom hair baa aaaamad a bad o aolur from tba aaa of tba imitation dyee, oan bar* It oorreotad by oalliag aa abeTO. Copy tba addraas. a Chinese Liquid Hair Dye.?Tbli dye | will ool?r rad or gray bair, ia a faw miuutaa, to a b.anuiul broan or jet blaeb. Tbia dyo will aot irjnra the akin. I tl Price, 76 eonta per box. Pcraia-i Hair Oil?Tbia oil la con- I aideied to he one of tha beat artloloa known* for laoraaaiag P the growli of tha hair. Price aft canta per bottle. For aale a, only at B?wery, Brua 8tor*. 162. Wig*and Toupees ?The Public are Incited ?, to niniae na> cnvior ? new aiyia 01 nin ma ceaip*?tuey : are r?t>l)t the most auperb artiol*s of the kind we have ever I seen, anc present supcrior attraction* lo wig wearer*, being ; nnenualled (or excellence ef workmanship, and easy, natural ; appearance. Call and examine them at Mr. Batohalor'a eelo- ' brated Wi(t fa<tery. N?. 4 Wall street. Copy the add re**. ; Wlga! Wlgil WlpU-CltUeni and itrangari 1 are iitornud that the Targeat, eheapest and boat a?ort- i m':a* of Wig*, Balf Wins. Toupeea, Braid* of long hair, 1 Front B'aida. kc.. ia to be fond at the celebrated Wig t?o- 14 tory ef Nedhurat Hi Beard, 37 Maiden lane, N. T., ami Na- < tional Botel, Washington, D. C. U It Amandine for the cure and prevention of Jj happed kanda. A lreah anpply of tkia desirable propara- ! tlon.toge'her with a lirge aiaurtmeat. of flue Toilet Sups, { 8navi,.? Creamo, Perfumery, ha>r, na-1 and tooth Brun'ie*, aud Toilot g Ingeneral, at CUILSON'S, (late Koadael'i), f. 3(16 Broadway, third store above Daane atreit. Tlie True Test*?Scientific In v*?tlgatlo?i has po <d. and experience confirmed the foot, that Hoglj's ByI?vl< n (lti.d for the hair, and Peleiion* for the complexion. If aie t?a only toilet articles really worth? of patronage. Sid H by tbe i?v<stor, William Hogle, 277 W? ahington street. Boa- If ton. Alss. I.y A. B 4; I) Sands, 100 Fnlt.n a reet, aud Kuah- t tun, Clark* & Co., 273 Broadway, New York. Cologne Water.?We take pleasure In callin* i h? an en'i?n ot our friend* to thi* raluabte article, j Which nay be teund, with u la'iie variety ol tike toilet (nod* , of tbe beat quality, at CH1L.SOVS (late Roused'*,) 305 ; Brtadway '1 hi* Cologne ia superior to *?iy we ever purcha<- j;; ed in this country. H c o^mmend our friends and thi public j?, to hit patronage. j Jenny L.lnd?Componnil Ox Marrow?Rlolne. Fomade PhtloeoBo, aud a large variety of oth rf.te i ](i preparations for the Uair. of tho folloaiax perfume1!: ?Jaa- 1 _?( miu, Violettc, Orange, Mignoncttn, li | .<.t, ftoie, fco.,just . ? received at CBlliSON'9, (ta^e Kous??r.->), JMW Broadway, 3d store abore Duan* street. Comb Factory, 387 Broartvray.?'The as- j C soriment of Dress Combs at this establishment Is a?t equalled d ia the oity, either ss to variety or quality; the greatest care is taken in the shaping nf each, 10 that taey fit the U?au in 11 the moat perleot mmner. u A. * J. aAUNDES.i1. BB7 Broadway. Every hour brings more couvlucliiz proof of the talwHil eSeats of Watts' Rwrai Antidote. We Lave is; J upwaids of eighteen letters corroborate g the fart f curis number of ca'esof naliguant epilepsy, all I> nxura'g c nervous debility, auathrodiaia, an 1 toe minor N neurosis, Dr. Watts calls merely trifles, ha?iBg nevir failed j jj in euriul them.?Can be bad at 102 Nassau street, $1 bottle. IlnlctUngt'i Dyspepsia Ultt-ia.?This truly jj exctlleu t llo>4" dc is isr the best luedioine for Indi<e<tii>n, 1) tm-p-ia, bnvr ia rozuo ?its tone and restorative pr>- . p?ities. rani>o'le excelled. One 'Hal will fi lly proTe tho A ahme atbt-i tiois. let all invalid* give itono trial. For w lalo at 1?2 Fulti d street, at SO ocats per bottls. Kunpp's Hraltb IleetoratiTe Bitters? Ores a>e lie he<t r.narantees of a m dioine'it usefulii'is. To 0 a multitude of tin nr. with name* <!a es. and residence, iu this rity and elsewhere, the proprietors of this preparation will i k-; iue in dirtc'.ini: the attention of Itieir friends aid the public. As far as they know. it has never beon i taken In vain in cat is of genffcl debility, (its of nervous ds- pi pro sioe. liver cimpla nt. dyrpepsiaor Intliaes'ton. or any ^ other con.plaii t attr lutable to a disordered st'i-cach or lr- , rcgrnlar sscrctioas. Fir tale at 30" Uudion street. Hyatt's I.<lfr Bal?am.?Vr. Bernard Rlee ' h wss I i di' re a y? ?r,tortured hy Inflammatory rheum*- * tiiin, bis j' icts win * dreadlully swilled, a id much of (ho tl time he *as nr.tile to dreis or aadren himself or rest his fiet uprn the f-ri.utd. He was compelled to a anion a lu- M crative tnsiness, and. In the snruaicr of 1*49, h? vljited c( Shaion i priu^s ; but returned tw the eiiy iu thu fall without having ot>taiu?4 e???atini rcli f, -fct. J. Jj. Uodwln then a I ? ?t>'dl iiii to try ll-tt.'s Life Rs'sam. He did so, and, in a ' few days at ati<!?>ii?d hie crutches. A few bottles restored fu him to health to his business, and the good. saltd, whole- In ? me weight of 180 lbs. Mr. Kioe retides at 8 Leroy street. j] Consumption: Mr. W. Lawless wee redjeed. apiiroiitly, t5 ? the li st slap" of at flaring ami wetkar**, from Cott^lt, pain in .. tl.e ' rsaa1 unJ s li ac <<npanied flu ni-ht s? :ats, and ' rairit g great quantity of matter. Be was restored to entire hea th hy a few bo-tlfs nf the Life BaNam. Mr. La*le?j resides at 7'> T; inl Principal Depot, 143 Bowery; 73 ?]: tents p r quart bottle. sminjaaii naiaiia 4! MOSEY BAKICKT. ^ Friday, Nor. 1?C P. M. J* Thete Is notLieg new in the stork market. Kris ri Ritlroad atid Farmers' Leas are again the two most sotiTP.'atiries on the list. Reading Railroad and Ports- Hl r outh DryCock were in den*and, and prlcrs throughout ai iipjirovt d a fraction. At the first board. Erie Income ~ Btiudn advanced per cent; Hudson River Bonds, 1- P. rl rinxt h 1/. r..n._l t^.. _ J,; l.nilrm >*. Kea-Hng liellroad, *; Krie Railroal. V ; Stoningtcn. )?. Ihi-re In a good feeling toioi - opera- ^ ter? frr ri*e. and the market closed buoyant. Another teener from OLagtet la nearly due, with two wtekt | }' later iiitt!)ig< nre from California It Is estimated that ,fi tliv mxt arrival at Iani?ma frem fan Pransisco, will bring between two and three million* of dollars, In j gold dust TM? will glT? an ther upward Impetus to price*, and It It the liopruol >n In the etreot that there J, will be c u'ld -ral>ln activity In (took* throughout th- th aiuur. It It pretty cl?er that holder* of etooks, i;cnB- ^ rally do not 1l?-e<1 fubuiU'-loj to any depreciation oi rboum queuce. to long as the firillti't f >r carrying them tr? at abuvd >nt end as cheap at they are now. 7,ll Tbe Bank of the State of New York has deolarrd a ??uiI anrual dividend of four p-r eent, payable on the j ?' l('th of November. ! J,',,' The Sun Mutual Insurant" Coapany have deo'.ared i dividend ?l twentj-aev?n per cunt on the earntd _ pi en; I he s lor the year ending the 4th of October last i I. r which eertlflei (? .1 will be Issued on the let of Janu krynext. hi* per cent Interest, in ca?h, will alto be I 'ild on demand, on the ecrlp heretofore Issued. The J '1 certificate* ol 1847. and fifty per cent of those for 18Mlt | tk eill bo redeemed on and after the Slat December next- 1 !r< ui which Uate all interest will ctate. A large manufactuitn| Mtabllthmsnt at Williaantic baa IJM. i The receipt; at the olllee of the Areietant Treasurer 1 3 ?! Ibis port, to-day. amounted to f(W (kH ; payment* ' * bli , balance H 102 640 90. Tho operttljns in e'?" tl e Asslftant Treasurer's olliee durlDg the past Keiith, Ji! nJ the balance on band at the oloee, were at an- ; nexed:? Att!ST*?r Trvssi a*n't Ornct-Orrom, 1 sVl. , rft?n.iei .SI, Ii>? tV'-.'.Jti-.1 #ferr#|>?s. ' i aeioaai ..f Cee?..?s i2,8l0..1i* .HI - I'tliat l?e..., ? ?? it Otli e Dep'S... . 6 1.1 UitKllaorees U K-U-tTOAV M *tj' |- , ?7,7W,1? 74 rmiuti 1 tufll tivt.jwj 15 I <?t Offie* Dt?fl? Ml'? >?9M31.WI & ** loteker SI, !W?Vulanee | It >|ihi 1, 1 -B?*?Bjr VlltlM of ?n?i4t to p?i I*'. ?d* eoap'"a*.. N W 21 17 Uilritiml i|pt' itifttiosa 7.WIWI f SuSiM 5i' ... >? lattaU.tht /? Jan-try, 18B0. UN 80 * J.ilf, . ?.Wi5* 7.1 !?i. Treamry hotta l.W'S 7* Jn (e*|'OB? MOB W- SIT,871 48 .. .. ).-fb?r81. 1.'M-Ba'aa?e, ttit.tVI n i I itimr) Nutea curt rt?4 ?Si),8Uil W ; ~ * Tha decrearr Id revenue from custom*. ?he?? a I1 |Iill falling off la the ?alue of import* for the month t" trenrdiug to the usual arerapn yr cent duly ?? | ' utimate the vain* of ra?irhitiill?i- Imported In 0?to- ' Ur at about vlglit trillions of dollar*. The dvpoMU i mi tare bc?n reduced during the month, 9 1,818 303 49. Th? ta'.os rl merchandise enported from tbii port r. T lh? month of OctoW. 1860, *** f5 000.240, of vhloh 14^191.741 ?i? la produce ot the Inlted flutes; ^ ( 1227 good* not entitled to debenture; 9.V7.710. 5S |ond? entitled to debenture; 9213 if i. withdrawn from 7^, nftVoiH. r?? The aaaexed atatement exhibits tho ralue of foreign _. Iry g^odi Imported Into this port, entered for warelovslrg and wltbdrawn from warehon**. for the w**k ndiagOot SI, I860: ? 1* lotuatftT* 1* foatioK Dar Ooor>??Vit-rr or I^rnaT* ^ Ent'H/m Kit for H'ifAif n ? Von tump- fur ll'?r?. frnm F flow. him ft n'ltrrh ft. ?r? fatnlactnr.s of Wool. . ..*121 .894 19,278 32 745 d?J Cotton ... M0M2 80.418 18 4'U ' ? Silk. 151882 12 8.10 9 .HO = ? rial 117.379 1M76 8 462 ilieFllUMV* 1 50 490 ? 1,810 _ Total 9524 880 $70,807 f>96 878 The aggregate ralut put upon the market during lh? *j' reek waa J800,56i, only about on*.third that of aome ,** ?aek* during the moat active Reason of Importation ,"1 The receipt* of tho Krl* ltallroad.f-omi?piy for the > < ninth of Octobnr In each of tho part two yearn, wore ' n anteled 11.. NrwToaa ?st> Kair Ranaoat). 'aeaengera and mall f'9.841 (0 71 718 82 To*.I. October. 186* 9100 970 01 ? Intel. October, 1849 100,7ft ft 1 (, _ 1 - nM Increase In Octobcr, 1880... ........ 9(9.859 40 ? " Tha aggregate receipt* of thl* eo?p?nr fro? Jantia ? 7 1 At to Not. l?t 1860, amounted to 91>00.180 49, N tpalnH 98S7 400 46 for tho corresponding period In H>i 1840, ahonlcg an IncreaM thle year of 9879,710 04, K|! iqnal to about ono hnndred and ten par aent. The J,' rro#? earnings for Ktt<nk?t an4 December, auat Va I IWW rTi -* iLuunt to three hundred thouennd doUnat t?aikf p the ((ttBiti* of the eonpuj for tb? ymt. Thie la l the rat* of one bundrad and fifty thooannd dollare tt Bontk for the rintliiir of thn- year. Novwaber i omailj ft good month for railroada doing a fMghtjg builneae. hut December is not good; end it la ur impr reelon that to make np the eompnnj'a m(| late, the earnings (or November should butlmt Dt- hundred and eighty thousand dollar*. The Richmond, Fredericksburg and Foteiut Bail Had Company bare declared a semi-annual dividend [ three and a half per eent, and fifty-four thouaand oil are surplus profit for the past year, haa beam- rtprved by the company, with a view to the improvelent of the road by the substitution ef heavier iroo ban that now In use. It id stated that the entire exonnes for the laat year were in the ratio of forty-twc ad a half per ct* nt on the gross receipts. Stock Exchann. 10000 U B #' , 1H67 ill7, lou ?ba"*rie RB M T7% mo do i*>j 113* m do no rrg no do 1W8 117 650 do 77* umO do Ihfitf lull* KM do MO 78 (mo Hud Kiv KK Bd? 1010 li5 do b30 78 *?? fcnna y? ICO KK 100 do bttds 78 HK)0 Ci?? 6'a 1X60 li'4l4 10 Mohawk BR WJC I* U Monk RR ltd* MO 100 * 70 de 5) 1000 Rrt? Mtff hd?. lfc?50 M-4 100 Harlem KR ??V (n il trie 7*?, IMS) limit 1"0 do MK ?:oo do ioo*? ?h> do ba? ?iC 01" Erie lnc Bda iSO 63 100 do Limes CIV HO do 9AH 21 Roeh It Sj'se BB 1WR ' as 111 State Ik K'K .">? do HOC li Moni- Canal 21 g 100 Long Island 13 <1 do rlO 2IJi 100 do b90 Uk 0 do Ml) 2IW 2.r> BtoninKion RB dl 0 do MO 21% 7? do b90 41 K'Farn:>'Trust aM) 41% 25 do MO 4l)t II Hn 1* 'JI N?? Jo 1r?. M do ICO ?s? Ruling RR C7W 0 <o 1(H) do *10 t7\ 0 do biw 1(H) do i40 C7>t iftO do 4"i UK) do ?7? 10 do k.l 4s)' SaO do ok H Erie RR ?lw 77,'i 100 Ports*Dry Dock 7 0 do OS 77C **> do stods 7 ?) do 77.S &*> do MO TW SO d? ICO 77S UK) do 7W .0 do 77H ?w> "ad A I nd'polls RR 160 SECOND BOARD. ifflo Erio ri, 18'9 101 100 ihu In* RK kW 78V JHll Erie l?o Bd?, Mdy MW 2ttl do MO 7htf (Mm do Si!tS4 50 do MO 7"$ WXtrityftV 1M0 7t)2>Z 1MI do W? 7*?i i*0 ilud KB Udj ims 100 Farmers' Trust 4SK 1'itji Trie KS iO 772 1?0 do blO i??w 4) do 74 2:H Long Island 13'? 5 do ? ? 7K 2M> Reading RR 67'4 4 do 7KW J?) do b?0 ?7* 0 i o kl<) r-1, 170 Uoha Tk RR W ?) do ?3 7*52 1VI Ports Dr* Deck 7V 0 do 1?\ til 3y'so Ik Roeh 111 Blarrlert. On Thur?day. October 3lst, by the Rer Dr. B. 0. utler. Kloid Bailet, to Amelia, daughter of Commoorc Newton. U 8 N Ou the ilata of Octobrr, by the Re? 8 Remmlngtoo Ir. William U. Ghiffiths, to Mis* Katk Ki.lswomth 11 of tbis city. Washington City an <9 Cincinnati pa peri please oopy Ontbe31?tof by the R*y. K M Canfleld, *n li t>i Craw roil), to Aunes Ko.-i, both of Qltugoir. At Buffalo. on fuesiUy. the 29th ultimo, by the Rev . )ti>;ersoll. Lieuteuant William W. Blccciu, U. 8. 8Ty. to <!h\iu.oi tk. daughter ?t Commander Oacai ullus. I' 8 N . all of thin city. 0*1 the 29th ult , at Auoapclia, Md.. PaMtft Midship :iD Uobkrt F. R Lewis. U 8. N , to IIittHirrrA, only aughter of the late l)r Thomas Cotin in. At Knightly. Md , Lieut Col. R 0. Buchawah, U. 8. , to Ui'mhat. daughter of the late Capt K ] &id 8 W inder, U. 8. A. Died. On Friday, the 1st in?t., Capt John L. Vina, formerly f the thirteenth regiment United 8t?tea Infantry su'umn'ied by Col Christie. in which, during the wai 1 lfcl? he laui.rd m the bravest of the brave of New ork'n gallant ton?, who composed tbe officers and rWates of th*t r-glm.'at. anl whose heroic dead J at tieetisiowo Height*. I'lattaburgh, Ac., are matter* ot ur country 's hhtory. Ills funeral will take place, from hit late reside do, * lini 11 1'cia' Lone li.lanri on 8und>T the Sd (n?? : 2 o'clock I' M. The friends of the daceaMd are in lied to attend. On Friday luo' KovrmUer let, Ellis. wife o! loJm-1 Gill, a^ed 'in Tim, a ui'.Ua af Jullymore, >unty Wi*tiaenth. rr*l?nd. Tl.* Irimiis of tbe family m l tho-w of Ills brother. I<..iuaji. al<o. ( h*r brother. John Kin**. are reepeetilly invited to attuiri h?r fun.iral. on gdulay. tbe ad t . at 2 o'clock P. M.. from ner Uie residence, hi rty-sinh street between Xlnth and Truth arende* about further iorUtl,u N U.~ The ni< mbnrs of it* Montgomery *r<>?p are a!ro respectfully invited to tend, iii citiim'* d ?? . On Wednesdsy, October 30th Willum Rout, after * tort tllnrsa Oa Friday. Novexnbrr lit, Jeremiah 0'Mi:*i? aged ! years Hit friend*, and of the family. nre ri-Fpectfully vit?d to a'teud bii? funeral thls'(Sit'.rday) afta> ion, at 1 o'cioefc p erl'tly -rom the resident - of hi* I ' r Mr- lUtketl M Trinity l'ljre ' At Albany on Blindly Octeber S7tJi. o'a rapid oon imptl< u Oatiiisim. wife ot Aujiuttu* Waterman id daughter at the lata Ob vies Dillon a^ed 9) yeari id ?om? Bioatha. MMSmMirm RHNKWED Kt-MV MY. pieiuioisau. IT ANTEn-INrOHM vTICJI of iiKiivrL nKrAN, v Hi l>n i'h, ?h> l it h native heme ai?ut Aftcm art ago, ftom tint |> .rlsti of McKarke. en-intv Tippera'y iiimar ia* ia '*? \ ? k, at t aoaid b< l<a(.|>y to hear m Any W fnnriation will b? 0..inkfully r-i-ireil by hik Iter, Jriinrn* Bryan. A?Jdn?? ia etr* of Williaa O'dhva, DCorriv a'reei. ,N. w 1 >rk. II 1?lo ps;'rs p! t*ie oopy. 1.1 IUIUI s NOTICBS. ? o i ;i<ti h N-iri K-riir ?ocirr* or ms ne* I Jrr-.aN -i. ?*' li?-1 ?itt lo.-r held tl"!.-in tiu^j a: r Lcetare r?< m of the * *iety I " rsry enraer of llros l? s.v d iri Lar I turret, wil beiea'ter enaijtie: their worship in t Stosr rhiireh. ia Klthth s'reet, reoently urea pied by tlic i Rte*ati*ti nf Rn I r. Hawks, rrnfei-icr Uusti will cos i ill- s?rili** every As hi tt a m?rflii, at the usual h nr, k o'clock : fce*. Hiasi Bruwa the evening n rviees, % , Vleik. The puMi? are rrepeeifell) la.ited to atteaa. f II.IGIOI > KOT1 E DR. 8. R. SUKi'l'ARD. WIL.L t .ii.- ur in ' TVs lp!. - lit' if II le. ca Seven mlny;, the Tlito of Dtstol, 7>h ohipur-h th? m?*, oa icltuaarflr r-atmaad. The patlic an in. 1. Kt?i Int. ?Na colUctUta. Mil; BALL MUA.fON. ' XTKA KOTir E.? tbi PROI'III'.T')* Of TS* i It ll'to Ar??rjiM? II. on,', I, iviiiR l.?H lli? l?r*? Iml Uily orecjil'd by the Ct.ln?ae ViiMum, It trill, fir ttic turr, 1 e ur?d > the upper Tc m for b*lla? t ?Hag |>1m* im It RatkM'l aiant?thoa ?ffi.rJin/ *? >n,m' datlooa eqoM. ti?t ?n|,trior, lu key I *11 r-ioai In >ln sit;. B<ll ooanlt' are r?f|uaated lu call and jndfa I jt Ui?b??'.tM. UAKClAio. p makijio private dancing and waltzI In* Acaacn), It opto for tha Ham -' dim and jon*t m*?t tt.?n W-dntadaja in I Hktnrdaja kr , ' lack G? liiMl, c.b In : da>i kkd Fridira, kt atfkt l<*k. Mr H. t??< Mia mil of vht niaajr t tnrr >. aita.1i Idtanita ?ad ( >>!.< ?, aid (t?aa rrlvata InttrnsMtit* try day. t*?laaiTa ta |>?plU, uO ?wu~* aa mri, klncino a' a lit mi r * - mr B < rk rtt. riOFSI" iar of .itaeinr. (pupil <.f M.finlaar K. I>ul< a, urifct'er i. fVna I aria ar I of (ir-at tfk-H. n i(k Pit***. n- r, kc .) ha* Mm i " r to kanoaa<*'- ftat t.ia aekd'araa r ? off a far th- a*n|.-.<i, at tha AplU K'oma. Br<ad?rk/. 1 hrrrdav*. kl 1 <f'f I. ck, fi. Ikdit-a, mitt:*, il l mMam .1 f.a Bi-rair ? at half-j>aat Mar. C nM m't'i mil ?.?.>? m'Tlf filif mm ?(i.n?'fhl. laatrti*>a plTra la all thr kf m da> < ?. wMah kra it prraaat Ik t r, ant durrrd at all ih? f?-hif nabla si ll.a In Pari (' Lf i d< a Frivalfi tc itli a k- la -t'a. <?if and p-1f rla**. < fimataall) atu?>uaJ. Salrtvi. a< ,ianO, l>r ftltf aad tl if ft. if . TIIK mUTIBT.' If-STMfilfl Mr f. r . VonK VOLC >>T4fctl- TU* R oii-Wra f.r tlir Man York V?lnti at ra ?r? n ,a<aU4 t? it J a ia?f<lla( ta la h-ll at thf Vtr *r II >naa an Sktnf- . i 1* ln?t.,kl f't IV m A'?? t? mrMat tha tanaa plat* -i ndif. tha >n t ,/it I a'f aak frr tha f>trpn?a #f *ati ?b" laat tf fl.ata ?f m-r lata Ml .'lata tad tr?< ir aaUl?r, CflAHt W . NAKVR. IIAViD ? ' \MNKI<. PI Blalc A rtOMI. I lifts: Flftft!?TBK BlTKDkY era, or t0-m.?rro?. aill I* imMli'kaJ ?ith I muailw: tniririu. fn ?a ntIf ? a I fftctfn ti t Ifc- tr?? flnaa, an arilat in n tha ?r.?t l.-tiilon Piian>, llta.ttael, * '?rtial l-eal ''try of ana ?? a New Y<>rk Bra. U* Urt lithikt<>.|iijiip- , atd ? maiaa nil a< Me of artlalea an liwal nV/tiu, ittan ka tka iMift |?n? af i?i eaaatry. Hnf It, raad It, i l ate It I*rri4 r (utarlj- at jour hoaara OIImIIi. ti ruaaalrtrt, f rice thre* aeata. S?M kjr ail tka periodical ilrra In tl a olt j and rlntaltf. !. WARDd. .it mwnD-unic*. ruoii orr the socrn w?rV Hr? Rnrno. lying a? lh? foot r.f \ rtli IVtittTtat, * !i. tw> foetl?na, ala? f"t l?at tar*!. i akoaa rrward will ha glraa for lit "f lha pr > ty or eoattatian af the (Mara*. Apjlr ta W. U. liCIIARD. Ultf tntincn Fin lM|4>tu?iil, I-'1\R ART*. Oft 111 B-A HAGMIFP'en'T COLLECTION ^01" thirty-lira in iUm ant ortr nil pltkurat, ky tka aat I at. Addraa* Br. Haktrr, y? baaaa atratt. If'r mlr-a Si I.AVUIIi COLLECTION or RON aw and ll'hrew N?da'* a< <1 tn*ltnh Colaa. amnni whieh tha " Jndaa Captn" ant other aerr rara Chrlatiaa a aad Colaa, from '!,t ?ollt< tl- a of the lata Ma* C arke, ,.H. Arply I" TH"s P. AUHfON. t???riaa?ttadt. liOiipKft. Am. or sale-a i>r." i r am.r. pai a of fa wlt coacb Hrtaaa, krlaa darv t?aya, aery kind and aaatla, tad ?t at aad n ranee. akrut aii.noa h?ad> high. Alio a Sarawak inm, tad lJVtflt and llarniM, tha proparty bain* that a prlaata fatally a|?.nt t? laara tiia thr, halag tha naif ?<n for partial with the aama. far feU pnrtlawlari lalre at M Marrer (treat. whara tha whola mar ka aaaa[OKIE WANT t:n A PONEY BCfLT tOBEB OR I Kara, Bftaen or f.fteea and a half haadt high. parfeatly td, joiiag. tn ' a fa?t traral'.ar, Any oaa harln* aaafc a raa 'a dtepoaa ,f, <an hear of a parafcaaar, hjr addreaeiaa i LOT*. Itwtr Toat 0 Bee, Mating priaa, aaa. aal whara ? t i ka taaa. | ~~ TRIVKM.Eftr aVIOfti pakc* or not n* aftik hondat, nirr ooto~ 1 her Candta and Anhoj Raitriad Llaa far Phlla4al a, a* 1J anra, kj "'eam^nat John Pot t?r, dally, nattft aptad, rraa Piar No. 1 North Klraf. Fara ?.V * AMD t nti.AP?i,rniA w?ir tor* r I aad f hlladalphla P?raa?.?Valtad ftatM Mali I4M- | rao^h la <H hear*. ?1? ftatf Jaraay Rallraat?Fata ??- k tod Ml M tar llrat ?i*?a, aad fl W far aaao?d ehaa-TLat?a ? a Tork aa? A. 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