Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 5, 1850, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 5, 1850 Page 2
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TBS SUCTIONS TO DAY. Important election* will take flM* In At* of the ItotM of thla confederacy to-day, and ? hare prepared the following list of the candidates to be to tad |pr In the eereral Bute* Hew York State. The general election. for tha alaotlon of State and onnty olwi, as well w for the Legislature and msmbo" of VwgTtn, takes placer to-day. That of the Legislature U important from the tact that*a Senator te Congress, to supply the place ol the [Ion Daniel 8. Diekineon Is to be choeen. The election of the Oon resnloul delegation is also Important, at the question of ?laTf ry will he one of the moat prominent before that body Our local city election i* of no less iMpoitancs. as the most reeponslble of the officers tor jfei government are to be ehoran. The following is a of the candidates who art< presented to the oon- I yideration ol the voters ol the city STATZ OKFICKRS. l/nton. Dtmrwrmt. oiianei Horatio Bejmour. Horatio bojaonr. Likt Qotmhoi. .Oeorge J. Cornell. 8*af*r4 E. CSeith. CiKii Ooemv'l. Johi U. Mather. John 0. Matker. tAte Pmaon Ixsr No noniinatioa. Charlee S. Beutea. Ci??* or ArrKALS.Weatel R Smith. Willi an P. Angel. W'Aiy. Auli-KfHl Ootbk*oa Wubiaglon Ilent. Waehiegton lluat. Lir r OovaRNon..George J. Ceinel). Htnfjrd B. Chureh. Cabjl CoMMiee'a. .(beneier Blakelej. Ikeaeeer Blaktiey. Stats Paisun Iaar Akner Uaktr. Williaia P. Angel. CuiBK or ArrcALe.Weuel 3. Smith. Charisi 8. Beaten. Abolition. O""*""" Willi *m L. Chaplin. Liicvr Govkhkor Joaeph Plnmb. CanalCoHMteeioNcn John C. Harriaften. Btat* niiioi (KsrirrroR ... Darid Plumb. CITY OFFICERS. Wltim. Democrat. Mayor A. C. Kittpiland. Fernando Wool. Dirr Attorney.. .Nathl. B. Ulunt. John Ornham. Crr t Jidch. W. K. lit lice. Tli'i. W. Clarke. Soy. Alms lloi *r. John J. Herriek. Patriik Henry. Ward, / *????? Ho v.Rnciman" ... 19? William A. Dooley. M. W. 8. Jackson. Ward. Aj.Au>>!>!> 1? Cortls JuJson. Abraham Moore. - 2?1. J. Mercer. - Am"1,'.!J *lbbett.. 4-jM.M.AUi.tsr. { Wm^hwl'/u. " ..6?John Boyc*. * John Johnson. ? ?_... J Thomas J. Barr. .. J?s ( atlule. I k M l,*u?hlin. " .. 7-Jobn B Webb. Wm. H.Twaad. M .. 8?Junes Webb. Charlss H. Kin*. " William J. Brialey. " . .10? David Miller. Cha-l?s Francis. * . .11?W. T. Mackeral. Wesley Smith. . .12-(jeo. W. Jenkins. l> miel F. Tiornan. ? ..13-Joh.Pe.r..U. _ _ ( Robert A. Sands. ?Morris Miller. < H. Cunningham. - (I imo thy Daly. " .1*?Henry H. BoUtor. Charles Lent. ? -J7?Nathan C. Ely. Wm. U. Cornell " }??? R. F. Carman. . .10?Mosas C. t J wards. John Hohsrty. -Ja?a? L. Wau|h, National Whin. ASSEMBLY. r W'Aij. Democrat. 1 j Andww^WhitJ.8*' ^lbsrtA Thompson * ( harlea R Sword*. Isaiah Rradars. * "ai?. Lyman Candse. * | Henry J. Allen. I J Thosaas Truslow. ( u,.v n. ?. - ( ? in. Ilarri?aa. J-"? . Wyllle Blaek?toa. William B. Aitkea. Henry J. Ra\ mou4. James D. PttMt. t 8. Bacember. Smitb Cruoker. I John Ryan. Joha U. Kretiaaa. M L.B. Hard. Fred'k O. Weetbreok. it i._tl i Rich'd. C. Downing. U Jamea Dewey. I ,it|H.rt c. o,,,. _ __ _ I Michael O'Conaor. " Wm- 8- Gregory- { Uik. Walah. 1 3 J. B. Vamum. Edward f.DoutUj. 1 4 George Clark- Ira B. Davis. 16 John J. Townsend. William V. Birr. U _ T> ( ???? S Samuel Bradbunt. M ? Greene. J Jame< u giylM> CONGRESS. Dial Whiv Dcmncr.it. First 6 Wardi, < John F. Rodman. 1 a r._* Kit York.. I J am <p Bowsn. \ Kmaanel B. Hart. *-#tk. Jth. 10th, > , n Uobartllaws J JoMph B Marsh. * 13th ? ds. J J n Ucbart II aws. J 8 u Br,Boh t?8th, 9tL fc 14th, George Brirg*. Henry Arcularius. V^EestV Cit, ^BUat. C?hr"e" The Place* of Holding the Polls. The following are designated a* tbe plane*. In each f the election districts In the peroral wards of tbit ait j at which the elertlen* Khali be held to-daj:? FIRST WARD. The poll for the First district oi the Firnt ward (hall b? held at the Broad street Hotel, corner of Bread and Fearl utreeta. The poll for the Beeond district of the Firit ward ball be hi'ld at No. 11 Broadway. The coll lor the Third district nt ?k? pi... ? 1 ball be at No 134 Greenwich street. SECOND ward. The poll for the First district of the Second ward hall b* at No. 131 Fulton street. The poll for the Sscond district of the Second ward ball I e at Sharp's Building corner of Bnknaa and Gold (treat*. TtllBD \v> rd. The poll for the First distrtet of the TM.4 irard kail be at N o. 47 Cortlandt strrot The poll lor the Second district of the Third ward hall be at No 3 Barclay street. The poll for the Third district of the Third ward hell he at No. 38 Warren tract. 1 he poll for the Fourth dUtriet of the Third ward hall ke at No 247 Washington street. r?t kTii ward. The poll for the First district of the Fourth w?r1 shell br at tthakspeare Hotel, corner of WUIiam and X'uenr (treeta. ?poil tor the Second district of the Fourth ward at Warren Hall. *n the corner of Olirer and atreats poll for the Third district of the Fourth ward hall be at No 345 Wa??r street. Tt e poll for the Fourth district of the Fourth ward ball be at No. 8^6 I'earl street FIFTH ward. The pell for the First district of the Fifth ward sh^ll he at No ft Leonard street. The poll for the Seoond district of the Fifth ward shall be at Ne. lt>2 Duaiio street. The poll for the Thbd district of the Filth ward b*ll be at No lfi6 Chapel street (Marion House ) The pc.ll for the Fourth district of the Fifth ward hall heat No 107 Hudson street. The poll tor the Fifth district of the Fifth ward (hall be at; IS o 8UVe?try street. sixth ward. The poll for the First dletrlot of the Sixth ward shall he at i>utin s Sixth Ward Hotel. The p< || tor the Second district of the Sixth Ward abatl b? at No t; Centre street. The poll for the Third distiot of tha Sixth ward shall he at N*. ItiO CYntre street. The poll for the Fourth district of the Sixth ward hall be at the North American Hotel corner odhowery and Bayard street facing bayard street The poll tor th* Fifth district of the Sixth ward shall be at No 474 I'rarl street. evkmth ward. The pell tor the First illstrlot of the Sercnth ward hall be at No. 120 Kast Jiroadwsy. I alVbS a't No "si* Plir ?r"rt'" ' " " Tba poll for tha Third dlatrlct of thaf?r#oth ward ahull ba at No U>2 Cb< rr? atraat. The poll for th? fourth district of tha Saranth ward rhall b? at Nc 19 Jaffararn atraot. Th?- poll forth* I'lftb diatrirt of tha Paranth ward kail be at No 841 Uh*rrj ?tr*at Tba poll ft>r tha Slith district ol th? P--T?ntb ward hall h* at tha oorthaaat eorn'r of Kaat Broadway and Oonaaroaur af jaat Tha p?II lot tba 8-ranth dl-triot Of the 8*Ti>nth war 1 at all ba at No. f.SU Watar ?tr?<'t. rintitK wa*?. Tha poll N tha|fir?t dlatrlot of tba Eighth war! hail ba at io?tbwa?t rortiar of Broome and Marcar alrtata. Tha poll far t*a ^#<<otiil district of tha Eighth ward hall ba at No 11? Woootar atraat. Th? p<dl for Third dlrtrlet of tba Eighth ward aball ba at No 1H# AptlDg ?'r??t Tba poll for tha Fourth district of tha Eighth ward aha 11 ha at Hr*a?tdaa'*. oornar of Vartek nnd Homiaiek Mrraia Tba poll for tba Fifth UU'rict of ihe Eighth ward hal! ba at NT KO V?ri> t atraat Th* poll frr tha Pll'ti d rtrlot of tha Kigh'h ward h?i| r WMtirvIt ?, comar of bomliltk and lludm? >it> at? Tha pod frr tha Warmth district ol tba Eighth ward >hall ha at No 8<Wl spring nti??t Tl a poll for th? | i|hth diatrirt of tha Eighth ward hall l a at So. 116 Cbarlatrs ?traat. Th* poll for ri -t 41atrlrt*cf Vlath waid ahall ba ftt totlhrMl ?"tn?r of l.? Ro? *nl W ail lnpt< n ?tr?t? Tha poll t^r tb? H.rnod dlMrlct of t?-a Ninth ward ahall ! * at N rthi rn t i h?u? No KZ lllaarkar utra-t. Tha poll for th- Third dlitrlct of th- Ninth ward hall ba at No CI' W ??J.tr>jtrn Tha poll lor tha Fourth dl.trfct of tha Ninth ward ball bo at No 4!'Oro?? atraat. Tba poll fw 'ho Fifth dlatrletM tha Ninth ward ahall bo at No. 732 Waablnet' n atraat aor?.T ?t lUnk rtrwt Tb?-poll for tbaSltth Harriet ot >h? Ninth war t ball ba at No 00 Parry atiaat Tha poll for tha fa?<nth lUUIrt of th* Ninth ? krd ball bo at No H I*?lfth rttw. Tha poll frr tha Eighth dfatrlot of tha Slnth ward ahall ba at northwaatcornar of Uadaon and Thlrtoanth itmti. TB*Tlt w*nn. Tb? poll for th* Flrat dlatrlrt of tba Tanth ward ahall ha at No 36 I'alanoy atraat. Tba poll far tha Aaoond dUtrlrt of tha Tanth ward hail t? at tho outh aaat corner of Bmona and ForIJth atraat* bi# poll for tha Third district ot tba Tanth ward hall ba at f?t DarM a llall. U'l Walkar atraat Tba yrll for tba Fourth dUtrict of tho Tanth ward ball b? at No. 170 Dlrlaloa atraat, cornar of Ladlow Mraat. Tha p?V, for th* Fifth district Of th? Tanth ward ahall N li N? 74 Lndlow atraat KT.KV**TW WARD. Tha poll for tba Flrat dlatrlot of tba Klatanth ward hall ha at tha 4 jrthwa?t roraar of Ptantan and Attor- 1 ?ar ?traata 7 Tha noil far tha Paaoad dlatrlat of tha K|a?anth ward ahall ha bona* of p. . Iluatad, aarnar of Colv*bla an<* J ia>tria atraata Tha poll tha Third district of tb? Elarantb ward 'ball b*?t tha boaaa of Hanry Hnylar. In Uonaitraat. MW A ra??a 0. Tha poll tar tha 1 arth dlatrlet af tha Klaranth ward hall boat ' at. Ball, ooroar ot I'oartb atraat 4 daaaaaO. Tba poll far tba Fifth dlatrlat of tba l.|a?a?th ward ahall ba at tha hoaaa of >? e Hcajt corfat <t Uc?rek I Ml Itaataa rtrtats. 1 % The poll ft r the Sixth district of tha Klamath ward hall b? at the bonne ot 0.0 fiM, No. K A?mm D. Tho pall for the Seventh dUtriot ot tha Umith . ward shall 1m at the bouM of John W. Uould, No. 107 1 Amui 0. 0 The mU for the Eighth district of the Eleventh * ward (hall be at the house ot John W. Steinfeldt, in Tenth street, bitwtra Dry Dock and Avenne D. t TWELFTH WARD i The poll for tha First district of tha Twelfth ward shall be at tha house of John O. Farrlnfton. corner of l Third avenue and One Hundred and Twenty-eighth . street. The poll for the Second district of the Twelfth ward I ball b? held at the house ot Julea Cure, known m i Binggold Hotel. In the village of Manhattanvllle. THIRTEENTH WARD. ' The poll lor the Pint district of the Thirteenth ward i hali be at the aouthwest corner of Qrand and Clinton streets. ' The poll for the Second diet riot of the Thirteenth j ward shall be at No. 160 Delaacev street The poll 1 or the Third district of the Thirteenth ward shall be at No. 37 Willett (treat The poll for the Fourth diatriet of the Thirteenth ward shall be at No. 006 (irand street, oorner of ToinpUu. POIRTEENTH \VART>. The poll for the First district of the Fourteenth ward shall be at No. 76 Prince street. The poll for the Second district of the Fourteenth ward snail be at No. 42 1'rince street. The poll for the Third district of the Fourteenth ward shall be at No 204 Urand street The poll lor the Fourth district ol the Fourteenth ward dull lie at Brcadway llouee, oorner of Broadway and Qi and street. The poll for the Fifth district of th e Fourteenth ward shall be at No. 170 Heater street. Ill TKE.NT1! WAKD. The poll for the First district of the Fifteenth ward rht 11 be at No. 167 Bleecker street The poll lor the Second di-trict of the Fifteenth ward shall be at Constitution Hall. No. 660 Broadway. The poll for the Third dictrict of the Fifteenth ward (hall be at 11 A. Kerr's, oorner of Broadway and Astor plaee, entrance in Astor plaoe. The poll lor the Fourth district of the Fifteenth ward shall le at J. Ktchards, corner of MoDougal anl Waverly place. The poll for th<? Fifth district of the Fifteenth ward shsll be at No. 40 Filth avenue. The poll lor the Sixth district of the Fifteenth ward shall be at No 780 Broadway, corner of Tenth street. SIXTEKM'K WARD. The poll for th* First district of ths Sixteenth ward shall he at the southeast corner of Seventeenth street and Ninth avenue. The poll for the Second district of the Sixteenth ward shall be at the St venth Avenue House, between Eighteenth and Nineteenth street* The poll for Oe ThirJ district of the Slxtienth ward shall be at No. 130 Ninth avenue. The poll lor the Fourth district of the Sixteenth ward shall be held oa the east side ot Seventh avenue, third house south ot Tweuty-foiirth street. The poll for the Fifth district of the Sixteenth ward hall bo at the southeast corner of Thirty-sixth street and Eighth avenue. SEVENTEENTH WARD. The poll for the First district of the Seventeenth ward shall be at No. 215 Bowery The poll for the Second district of the Seventeenth ward shall be at the northwest corner of First street and Avenue A The poll for the Third district of th? Seventeenth ward shall be at No 14!I Stanton (treet. The poll for the Fourth distrlot of the Seventeenth ward snail be at the house of Samuel II. Do:y, corner ol Third stre?t and the Ilnwery. The poll for the Fifth District of the Seventeenth ward shall be at the house of J. Haitmaa'a, No &7 Avenue A. The noli for the Sixth district of the Seventeeatk ward shall be at the northwest corner of Ninth street and Third avenue. The poll for the Seventh district of the Seventeenth ward' shall be at the toutbeast corner of Twelfth street aud Third avenue. EIGHTEENTH WAID. The poll for the First distrlot of the Eighteenth ward shall be at No 67 Fourteenth street, northeast corner of Fourth avenue. The poll for the Se?otd district of the Eighteenth ward shall be at the Allegany House, northeast corner of Seventeenth street and Third avenue. The poll for the Third district of the Eighteenth w ard snail be at Hull's Uead Hotel, northwest earner of Twenty fourth street and Third avenue. The poll for the Fourth district of the Eighteenth ward shall he at the northwest corner of Thirty-fourth street and Third avenue. NINETEENTH WARD. The poll for the First district of the Nineteenth ward shall be at the boune of Charles 8. fiarberrie, Eighth avenue near Forty-eighth street. The poll for the Second district of tbe Nineteenth ward shall be at the bouse of L. T. Odell. Third aveaue and Sixty-first street. The poll in the said several election dletricts shall be opened at sunrise, and shall b? kept open till the set 6. In Maiden Ian*. ouih?a*t of Water atreat. 0 Id Murray (treat, bri*c-? M htoftun (treat an 1 Waft itrnt. T. In Iludaon ftreet. alone 5* John's Park 8 In H*?iroati street. if uthraft ot water atmt. 0 In Hudson utrHt. near tbc Little Park 10 la It -ad* ?tr?at, wa?t at WafkiDgton street. 11. In t'aaal street. weft of W **biujttco ftreet 12. In Chatham square 18 la Grand strret. aouthfa-t of Man^ln atraat. 14. Ia Catbarlno street. aoutbea*t ol Cherry atraat. attar matkat bourn. lft. On the foutlierly iW? of Courtlatsdt * treat wast of Wolilaftoa atraat. The following table contain* the nmnea, and rrmdi nces of the reveral hatknay coach ownera, together with the number* of their coachet i? JVewe. Ktt itnt* Vn ?*< ? nf Coa<\. Joha l.tneli, 88 Mareer atraat, 1 and 2. Kred'k Johpfow. 12 Whitehall ?t., 3,4 and 80 Tim y Watharal. lan Mulberry at . 6 >llili I Kelly. 4'' Mulberry it f ?. Klrh'd llofardu*. 116 Bedford at . 8, 24 and 980. )<i>l?roa?fct<*arek. M Cliff atraat. 8. 30. and tii .lelia Kenny. 87 Otar ire stre. t, 10 .Umes Devlin, 4* Mulberry ft 18,2*1. Nlcb. Pimin, V PeaTer ft'a?t. IT 01 B7.an4 141. Kail* Kbona. 80 Mott afreet. 18,19 Wo Or ay l.aurana. 28 Cleaver k MaffV, 27ft Bprln* atraat. 2ii, 84,1"4. A an ii Flower, Paalfle llotal, H Mat McdUllftin. 107 Anthony ft 27 William Pyder, Ml l.attrena ft. 8* 48. Alrar.o Ilrown. 103 liberty ft 28. 84 184 Kred k Donnelly, 8 Pride* atraat. 80. 31. .lohn Calls*hen, 4* Mulberry ft 32 Win KoIIId*. S81 flraanwloh ft 31 Mm Crummte. 81 ?ire?nwlrh t 4 John 8 Stewart. ?4 Trinity plaoa, rb"? Zabriskle, 28U ?alkar ft t Nath'l K.df111 80 Anthony ft 4<t lamaf Pmitb, 8? Mutism at, 42 lohn Walsh H Murray at 41 08 280. lamaf Mtill?n*. ?t> Taaay atraat, 4ft Vath 1 U Tytrail, 80lark atraat. 47. lacob Peal. 187 f.Sse* atraat. 4*. 6-1 8*. Daniel Cartla. 188 orchard at, to Ic hn J. AtiMln. 37 L?on?r?l rt. M. Ml hirlro Bortnn, 1# floffnlh >t. 14 65 Iibm WlUM, 6* loba M?I>owtli, S 0r*?BWteh ?t, 50. Wn KertlfOB, 120 PptlBf rtrtM. ?1. 'I*rk ? ? 05 H?Uh, 4tt?Mrtr?rt. M rbn* Rleb?r<J?, 1? Manhattan pi fT. ? - Tl.t4.JM, Itigh O IUth. 147 Elm itM 74. lMMK?bM, 248 SI onto* ?t. 7?. 'hlUp Clary, 198 Ninth ?tr?*t, S3. o?.n Fhay, ?R?t#wrt, *7. tt.<? M<-Onlr#, It Kilt W ?t. M. | ( rn Harry, J Or*?B?l?h *t, *9. >t?r huttr, 71 TrlBity plac?, W>. <?b l inhiifT. 102 ft. W. tB.tnlll, ? MlnMUrt, W. 'rri l I>u(tjtaB. 1'? Madl?r>fl it. I'HV obn Wndktl. WPtMl itfMl, 10#. m II Mipfarnt. M Kirn ?tr?-?-t, 108. t O Iir tin?lly 2#* Mnlbarr* at. 10?. cb* MrKmfif, 3 Whitehall it. HjO. ?Bir? l.?rt.?rd, M (W?r 110. ;<Jw dOletkian, M Thnmai it. Ill ait'i Otirimt' 177 Plitilo# it.. 112 148. Vm PlBimcra, M Wooilif rt, 113. Ilrb'l f'rwnlng. U Hayard *. 114. ?m#*Wll?f,B, 14? WMt atr**t, llfl. hi llarroiB. !IMbIII?ib rt. 11# :j?4v?iRMt? i?n??twii lit ao7. F?aly. 140 LlWrty ft, 130. or tip. Trim. 975 Rllsat?tb *t, IX) 89 i'.l? ?tr**t, 13ft I ting of the mid; and no adjournment or lntermla*lon whatever "hall take place until the *am? be cioaed * 4 A ?oon a* the poll of an election *hall have bean finally cleead, th? inspector* of the aald election. In their eeveral districte. ahall proceed to eanvau the votea. Bueh canvaaa ahall be public, and ahall not be adjourned or poatponed until It ahall hate baen fully computed. Kcw Jeiaey. The election In thla State I* c?n?"t?4 on local IttmitkI* alm??t entlrelv. and the election la general, including the delegutlon to Oongreaa. The Legialature la mora lin pot taut. ? It la th* tvcutlTe body ot the State gnvernmeut and upon It will devolve the duty of appointing a Senator In Oongreaa to *upply the place of the Hon William L. Dayton. Though the dtmorrata aere in the majority la*t y -nr. th? re-ult of the election to-<!ay ia very doubtful, though it la probable the whig* will elect a majority ot the Congreaaional delegatus The following are the candidate* tor Governor and member* of Con^rean OOVKPNOR. 1VI,in, .Vntionul Rt /orm. IVnuv-rif. John Hunk. Moaea Jaequea. Georga IT. Fort. CONOIIM. Hlw. Democrat. Diltrict?1 . .Tliamaa II. Whilnav, Nathan T Strattoa. do St...Them** H Kii:Ur<>, I h*rl?. . It jo. da S . . II. Rdaall, laaac Wildriek. do 4 .. . fieorge II. Brawn. George Vail, do A.. . Martin J Riereaa. Kciiman H. Price. Jeaepb Franklis. Native. t t.*arge 11 Ktani. National Reform. Michigan. In thla Ft at* all tha Bute t.tlleer*. eioept the (lovernor are to be elactej, a* well a* tha Legl-lature and member* of Congre**. The choice of a Senator In Conirreat to *up|>ly the ( lace of the lion. I.ewla (,'aaa, will devolve upon the hegtaUture. and there la very little doubt but that gentleman will be returned Th? following are tho candidalea ;? fVhiv. Oemurrat. Sitrttary nf Stirlr. Oe?r*e Martin. Charlaa II. Taylar. AHornty Hrntral.. . A net In Ola i r. William Hale* HI it It /iminrrr.. Jin?n l!lr<n!l. H. C. Whittetuore. I Auditor !>?*?rat .. . (tenrye A. Coe. John Saeglai. Jr. lirruif. liti*. Orwcraf, S'irrrmt (i urt.. I- Henry Chlpmae. Warnar Win*. " .. r-Samual U. Kimball Ahn'r Pratt. " " .. 3? C'.arlea Dr ipr. Baaf?rd II. Green. CONQRRSS. rhir. |('hiii, Drmnrrnt. I I. J. Pean'tnna * Aleieader VCIlual. 9 J< aeph K. W illlama'Charlaa I". {Heart. 3 Jam** I.. (Verer. Chatlee C. Haaoall. Cwaliti a of free auilara and whig*. Illliiol a. The election In thla State I* for a I,?gl?latnr* and member* nfOoefreat The following are the Candida'?n for Congreet Ihtt. tl'Aiv. Draorn/. I No nomination. William H. Blanall. J Na nominator. Willia Allan . > Th' rnt?n. Orlando B. 4 Churchill Offm?. Ri. l.ar* * M'l??*y. 6 <'rvllle II Urowaiag Wnt A. Kiehnrd?-n. Martin P. Sweat. Thuwae l.'a >t??eI. T Kie.ard Yatee. Tbomaa L. Uarria. Wlaronaln* The eleetlon InthlaS'ale I* for member* of Cotgr*?a and the Mate I.egUlature The l/egl*latara la Important from th* fact that a Senator In Cnnrreaa I* to be elected to aupply the place of the Iloa. Henry Hodge The State la Umrnugblv free (Oil and the democrat* *a well a* whig* adopt thai a* a leading m *a?ure The demecrata will b* anreeaeful. The following are the candidateafor ofll -e ? Put. irtia. Drmarrnt. 1 rbarlea tlnrkee.a Ati lraw R. itnare. 2 Oraetnna C?le. H. f RMtinan. 3. . . .Janice D. H ty llarrlana I' 0 >bart. * Tree I' ll mioneratl, aat nominated ky the whig party l 1hr C'owtla. nil* day Win* election day. tha court* hat# ajjouraad orer to h morning. Nnprcnr ( ooit. OK.MHAI. TUX Tli? follinltf are abstract* of a few of thf mora Important dedatone which wera (ubliabed to the 11-rnH of tha 3d ln?t, !? Char!u iWnwR rf. Tht Pfmplr -Th?rt a ( fondant j wan Indirtrd U<t pro'-urlr an abortl?a. and the atat at* < punfehlnir lha ??< repe*|*1 after It *M c? m- I mltted and b?fnre trial. the party may ba oonrlo'ed becauae the fith aectKn of the act t" repeal certain art* and part* of art# paraed December 10. H2t declnrea that no offeace committed prarloua t?> tha tlma when any atatutnry proalalnn ?hMI h? repeated. ahall bo ifffftfd by awcb repeal Judgment of Oeaeral B??lnn? affirmed ( 'iVirilfiff 4' We*rrt$ at. TV Pntplr Tha act of tha l-'*trlature authorising a judgment on a reactt nlaancc taken at tha aeaeb-na. to be enterad In tha Common Plaaa without ault. la aot iineonntltiitlooal. A ranoirniranee la the acknowledgment oa the r*?ord of a debt atd jtid -mrnt could alwaya ba perfected npon It witbaut anil. Whether an eveontlon oan Im?? without a ??,r> /,Judgment of Common rlaai iffliBl'd. othfr ./??n.?n rt Thr -Tha tika. ( * I hm tn* h'm-i r 11 r> Ail* in Forrtat.? The writ of n? 'nut I* not ?MI>ln4 by tha cnd?. Ho far aa It waa a meant of obtaining ?.|nltahl. hall for eqnitabla debt*. It laauperaeded by the arreat pr rldedtor by the c de Rut an far aa It la a prerogative wrtt. i*r inatanca. lo reatrain a ptihllc officer defartlna the atato without acaountlBK for public money* tn bi handa and ao far aa If may tl?na rei train a party where tha arreat. un ler tha coda. I? n t appllraMe. at In mlta for apectfle per. fotaian *. for a? Ul?m?ftt of partnerohlpa. to r mpH i realdant dehff f to apply p* pefty ont o? the fluta In pajrt'nt r'debta owlnc In It; In ?oU? for allia^ay an t fhe Ilka It may atlll Imuc where there la aoffirlent reaarn to apprehend Ihat tha party Intenda to depart the Ptate lo evade tha jtiatlce and eqaltr of the coort In thle caaa. th?ra help* no mffirWnt ground for each an apprehenaloa. tha a-rlt waa Improperly (ranted. Order of aprclal term affirmed CHAMRRM War 4?The bonra for Ohamber bnaineae, during the mcntb of >0T?pabtr, wUl ba from PJ* o>lo?k A <1 itim | (, The 11 ? k??y T?rt. **A curia ; , ir1" "Take my card, airfare daily ncidenta of N w York life. By whom, or at what eriod, hackney coaches were originally introduced ntn tkia Allu wa K ua n/\t Kdon aKIa fn fin/l r\uI u?v iiub vn/i ww uavo uvi vvvu auiv ?v uuu via j >ut it ia probable they were introduced by oar English ancestors, booh after (he taking of the city, k?, in England, both private and public coaches vere in very general use, long before that time; Lnd it is, therefore, not unlikely that some of the tint English governors may have brought a travel* ling carriage or two with them to this city, from which the citizens took the hint. But be that as it may, they seem to have made very little headway in the estimation of the citizens, and, as an item of finance, to hare escaped the sagacity of the city fathers until 1812. That there were hackney coaches in the city long previous to that period, there id no doubt; bu( it is squally certain that they were few and far between?for we find that in 1809 there were only eight owners of hacks in the city, and but one etand, which was opposite to Trinity Church. Of those owners, only one or two now survive, and the uames of the others are forgotten. The first mention we find of hackney coaches,in the city archives, is in the year 1788. Under date of May 23, of that year, the following entry occurs in one of the books of the Common Council:? On motion of Alderman Bayard, ordered, that a committee be appointed to lake the subject [we preHuuie of hackney coaches] into consideration, and to report some regulations tor the hackney coaches made use ot in thia city. It does not appsar that any further action was ever taken in the matter by the committee, and the hackney coaches were again allowed to drop into obivion until 180-1, when another committee was ap. pointed to look into the nutter; but the same results followed. It was not until 1812 an ordinance was pasted, under which hickney coach owners were obliged to tuke out licenses, for which they paid $5 each. By ^liat ordinance similar regulations to those now in force were made, in regard to owners and drivers, and to fares, time, and distance. That ordinance was afterwards repealed, and a new one made, more favorable to coach nwnpra It nllnwfH thpm :t7A cents for everv Met. down within a mile, and for any distance exceeding a mile, and within two miles, 75 cents; and no in proportion, for greater distances. This ordinance was also repealed, and, on the 30th of May, 1848, another was pas-ed for the regulation of hackney coaches in the city of New York, from which the following extracts are taken:? ?2 Mo person who is not a cltlien of the United States. a resident of this city for the last six months, at the k of twenty-one years and upwards, and the owner of two good horses and a sufficient hackney coach or carriage, shall tie licensed The following are the rates and prices of fares:? 1 For conveying a passenger any distance not exceeding one mile, twenty fire cents; for oonveytag two passt ngers the satne distance, tfty ctnts; and erery additional passenger, tweuty-flv* cents 2. F?r conveying a passenger any distance exceeding a mile and within two nnlas. titty cents; and for every additional passenger, twenty-five cents. 3. for conveying a passenger to the New Almshouse and returning, seventy tlve cents: and for every ad dltional passenger and returning, thirty seven and a half cents. 4. For conveying one pairenger to Fortieth street, and remaining half an hour, and returning, one dollar; and for every additional pas>>?nger, twenty-five cents. 6. For conveying one passenger to Sixty-first street, and remaining three quarters of an hour, and returning, one dollar and fifty cents; and tor every additional passenger, thirty-seven and a half cents 6. For conveying one passenger to Eighty-sixth street, and remaining an hour and returning, two dollars; and fer every additional passenger, fifty cents. 7. For conveying ens or more passengers to Harlem, and returning, with ths privilege of remaining three hours, tour dollars. 8. For conveying one or mors passengers to Kingsbridge. and returning, with the privilege of keeping the carrige all day. five dollars. 0. For the use of a hackney onach or carriage by the day. with one or more passengers, live dollars. Id For the use of a hackney coach or carriage ty the hnur.wlth one or more passengers.with the privilege of going from place to plaoe. and ot stopping as often as may be requlri d as follows -vis : for the first hour, out dollar ; tor the second hour, seventy-fivs oents , snt^or every succeeding hour, fltty cents. 1 i n all esses where the hiring of a haekney ooaah or carriage Is not. at the time thereof, specified to be by tiw day or hour, it shall be deemed to be by the mtle. 12 For children betwesn two and fourteen years ol age. half price Is only to b? oharged , and for enlldres under two yaais ui age, no charge Is to be made. is Wbenwir a haci ney eoaeL or carriage shall b< detained, excepting as atoreraid, the owner or drive] shell be allowed after th? r&U of ?<*v*ntv five f?nti f,n an hour. thtrty-aaven and a half eenta tor each and evary tubofqu^nt hour. an<t *o Id proportion for any part of the tirat and aubeeijuent hour which thr iam> Ilia* be no drtllifd. 14. For attinding a funeral within th? lamp and watch diatrlct. two doilart : and to rotter's Field, three dollar*; which chargea rkall include (or the necessary detention and returning with pa?aengers. U? Kvery driver or owner of a hrrkney coach or carriage, rbail carry, transport and convey in and upon hi* roaeh or carriage, in addition to the perron tr perioui therein, one truut, vaiiae. ?a]Jle bag. carpet bag. pcttmaateea. b?? bundle, basket, or other article uk .1 in travellieg If he be requ?sted to to do. without charge or compensation therefor ; hut for tvery trunk or other such article n above named, more than on*, he ahall be ectiti d to demand and rereive the aum of six cent*, Uconveyed within the dmtance o( one mile. v4 There stall be fixed in every hackney ooaoh or carriage. In ouch a manner aa can b^ conveniently read by any |rr?on in the ram*, a card containing the name of thr oanrr of 'aid carriage, the number of hii license anJ the wboia of the tliird title ot thia ordinance. prlnUil In plain.Usable characters. ft hvery driver or o?D< r ol tttoh hankaey aoacli <>r i-arrlagH rl.all *kH r. julri d a* to d? by any pan senger in turh hackney coach or carriage, exhibit to such pa-f? n(f?r a card In every reaped flintier to the on* ubove mi ntioi,' d and described In this aection No

owner or driver shall auk demand, or receive any greater or other ?um than the farea above mentlenad, under a penalty of $10. Thr ftilInwiiii; places r. re designated as stinda for ihr hire 01 hacktr v CO>( I ' < :? llaokney coaches and o?ri lag** may atand waiting tor employment. at all time*, funiays excepted, at the stand* herein named, that la to say : ? 1 On the northetly aide of Chatham atreet, aloi g the Park. 3 Id Broadway. arouvd the Bowling Orean. 8 In Barclay atreet weft ot W%<hiugtoo atreet. 4 In Pearl atreet. at IlauuVer an nor e Jeter f 1ram, $0 Thomas itmt, 12T. Mtebl. MeC affray, 371 Mztk ftreet, 139. Fatk. O'Brien, 1*) Cedar (treat, 130. Qilbrrt Hajnard, lltth atrtet, laa, 142, MS, IN. h Arthur Doughty, 11# Daana street. 136. n Sydney Wri.ht, 67 Orchard atreat, 186. " Fredk BanAeld, 801 Bowery, 18t, 316, M. * J B Warren. 6 Maih'tan Place,140. a Kd?hrd RirhBTlIf Ha*. 1J4 David Johnaon, M Bedlord .treat, 1M 7 Jamea M alone, 406 Pearl atrw.t, 14? Jamea Cnrry, 103 Greenwich ?t., 164,183. ? Patk. McDermottJEJl Sullivan it., 166. Jamea A. Browne, 130 Hndaon at., 156. , Bartb'w CaJue. Henrj at, 100 Tbunton and 2 Towntend, 72 Bead at. 162 3 Michl. Qeraghty, 130Cedar at., 164 4 C. Bohuman, 211 Murray at., 166 6 L O'Kuilly, 36 Spring at. 166 ft Jaa. McClancy, 40 Kliial.eth ft., 171 7 Tim. Cunnean, 18 Anthony at., 172 e Ju. A. Brown, 130 Thompaon at, 171, 273, 387 J?. B. Lancaster. 22 Leonard at.. 170,226 8 lliuier B Abbott, 0 Courllandt at., 183, 3M Danl. Lockeridge. 36 Spring at., 186 f Buckingham. 66 Lewla at., 187 ?4w Viuigg, 15 City 11 all plaee.188 c John Dully, 62 Montgomery at. 160 Natbau'l George. 48 Laurena at., 101, 102 *n Farmer, 10 Marlon atreet, 103. ' Peter Lawleea, 132 Duana atraat, 198. ' Oha. H. Farrell, 16 Th?maa at., 202. v Paiker Jonea, 43 Boblnaon at, 310, 246, 206. Jaa. Clark, 40 Mott at, 208. i John Lewla. 311 Madiaon at, 211. / Win. B. Auatin. 156 Sullivan at., 212. i Alfred Bandlord, 184 Spring at, 210. ( Allred L. Smith. 1?2 Kldrida* at. 217. J Martin Walsh, ' 63 Or'm ioh at'., 221. Patk Dolan, 182 Anthony at , 223 , 288. DanielConway, 47 Mulberry at, 225. Berud. McGowin, 661 Or nwich at.. 227 , 264. Wilson it Dlxou, ? Eighth ut? , 230, 207 , 229. Beach fc Phillips, 10 Murray St., 231. Wm Johnson, #6 Bedford it., 232. K? bt (iarJiner, 72 Thompsoaat..234. Milts O'Kitlly, 36 Spring St., 237. Jacob Vogell, 26 First ave , 240. John Scott, 38 Thompson at , 241. Frederick Parker, coraer 8th ar., 247. Edward M'ytth, 102 Laurena at., 248, 250. Peter Duffy, 71 Trinity plaaa. 240. Patrick Wadden. lbUDuauo at., 263. James McCabe, Laurena St., 2JI. Jehn Smith corner 1st a?, 266. Wm. Ersklne, 72 Grave St., 269. J. Sullivan, 66 Anthony st., 270,200. , Lawrence Agin, t?.r> Mulberry at.. 274. John Stephens, 48 Greenwich at.,'276. 1'atrlok Boyle, 104 Duane at.. 270. la trick Joyce, .' 2 M ulberry at., 282. John McGree 68 Pitt at, 287. Michael Donahoe, 86 Keade a.t, (201. ] Frances Basluck, 800. Joseph Keiin, 306. , Tbomaa Carr, Trinity place, 313. , (J Fullertcn. 24 Barolay at., 316. , T. k J. Gridler, 260 Water at , 317, 318. i llenry Quigg, 132 Duane at., 322. * Sau l 8 Uray, 26 Warren at., 823,324,326. 4 James Parker. 131 Eighth at., 328,320. II J Browne, 331, 332. llenry Jacksoa, 384, 336. John Habbelin, 330. , Patrick Murphy, 340. ' l'atiick Barker, 344. Thomas Kielly, 360. I There are many clauses in the ordinance of < 1848 besides those we have axtracted: but at present those clauses are a dead letter. For example, all owners and drivers of hackney coaches, tec , while waiting for employment at either of the pub- ( lie stands, at steamboat landings, or other places, are prohibited from flourishing or snapping their whips, or leaving their coaches, and from soliciting or requesting hire or employ in the public ! streets, or at any place of amuse ment, or on board of steamboats, or at steamboat landings, or on any wharf or pier in the city. Yet notwithstanding | this prohibition, it is notorious to every one connected with the wharves, piers, and docks, that the drivers of hacks, every day of their lives, violate one or other, or all, of these clauses, and this hap' pejs es|?cially at the steamboat landings. It ia rot an unusual thing to see a half dozen hack i | drivers, and their runner*, running to and fro when j a steamboat comes to the pier, cursing, lighting, < and abusing each other, and very often the pa?- 1 I sengers, snaking whips, and leaving the coach j and horses in the street to take care of themselves, ] are quite common occurrences. Hackney coach drivers are also very much in the habit (after beiag employed lor a special purpose, that is, to carry a passenger to a particular place,) of stopping ] and taking up other peraona, to the great incon- ( venience of the |<erson who first employed them. ] Now, these violations, at first blush, would seem to l>e small matters, but when they are followed up day by day, in the end they amount to a , public grievance. Mayor Woodhull should, therefore, take the matter up?it ia his duty to do so? and give directions to the police to attend at the ! steamboat landings, and see that the nuisance is ' abated there, at least 1 The hackney coaches are, like omnibuses, a great 1 convenience to the community?to those who can 1 keep a "private establishment." "A carnage, sirV' is a very agreeable sound on a stormy night, if you are in thin boots, and have a spare dollar in your pccket. Tktatiical and Maaleali I Row tar TiitATac.?Another very attractive bill Is ' presented tor this eventng'a amusement. Bulwer'a ' play of " RicheUea ' will be the first piece, Mr. GraBsni'at jx arlng aa the Cardinal. Mr. Tilton as Haradsa, I and Ui-s Wemyta aa Julie de Mortmar. Mr Graham'a | atyleof acting ia very much admired, he reada well. at,H kla anMaantl/tB la ?a/ui Kn# 4* wn.il. i ma* hiiet k . to be a little more ronorou* for a Bowery audience. m the theatre In very spacious, and require* a stentorian . *olca to fl.l It* volume. Thi> concluding piece will b? the excelltnt drama of " Wallace. Mr .1 K. Scott appearing a* the hero of Scotland. The patrons of the 1 Howerjr hup every reason to be pleased with Mr. Hsmblins Indefatigable exertion* to afford them tha t nioiit refined and Instructive entertainment. Tile ( houses are crowded every night. ttaosrwn TitrsTsr?The dramatic representations I ot Sir William lion have given general aatiafactlon. i It a|>p?ars that ha la nightly improving, and although , he if at i recent a vary excellent comedian consider- , irg ilie churl time he la on the stage, yet ha will anijulre, mi ha go** on. a perfect knowledge of stage affect, which will plaoe him on the top of the wheel Ills pi r-<.nation of Sir Uharle* Coldstream In a flnlahed 1 piece ?ii aotlug-the polished and accomplished gen- < t>mau can b? recogniaed in ever) movement Ilia i representation ot 1'oor Piilieoddy ia axoallant, t and in several other characters ha II squally clavar ( To-eight he appears a?ain aseonsin Jo* in the'-Rough , l>'auiuud." with Whiting. Frederick*. Miss J. tiougenh< iui and Mrs. Abbott, in tha ot her characters This J will be succeeded by tha ' \ eteran and hi* Progeny,'' a ."eiss H alt* by W Us Adeline and Signer Neri and 1 the amn'ements will conclude with the (anions coma- ' dy of "Used Vp," with Sir William Don In bl* great I character of Sir Charles Coldstream. t Nmi o's Utam:* ?The very amtislog pantomime of c " Oodet>*kl." which was so well received on It* first representation. I* on* of tlia attraction* at Nlblo'a Oar- I dm tonight Francoia Kavsl will take the principal <1 rbaiarter Id addition to that, the - (ireen Monster,'' v In whlrh the whole Kavel fnnilly will appear, will alfo pa performed, l'ubltc sentiment l? *o unanimous on ' the latter |antomlnie that It seeds no commendation at thl* late hoar, Notwithstanding the great compe- r titica. and the number of places now open, Nlblo * c holds lis own. and receives In share of patronage It " certainly holds forth inducements of no common eba- * r*cter- e*pecUUy to stracger* vlsl'.ing the city. fi f-: a ion's Tin ?T*s.?The good old *tandard piece*. and the pood old (lock actors of this bouse, draw Im- t aiefae audiences every evening. To sight.Qoldamith * d ui.i quslied cc uicdy (,t BLe ?loops to Conquer'' will be produced. in which Burton. Lester.Blake, and Jot- pj d?r. *111 cu. tsin the leadlaK male eharaetert, and the fareinating little actre**, Mrs. Skerrett, will perform < the sailtble part of Miss Uardcastl*. Mis* Italy will si me a !! ? >i nit and M i?s Walters and Mr Frederic 11 darce a pa? fie deux The performances will conclude r' with t|.o laughable fa roe of " Waiter's Klvula.'' in U which Mr Skerrett and other favorite performers will appear The houfa, a* venal. will doubilet* be orowd li cd to men* " fl Msviowsl THr.avac ?Barney William* the great fa- u vmite an* Dae Irlsbcomedian. commenced an eogage- ^ m ntat tlis theatre laet evening. amld?t the most deafening cbeers from hundn d< of his admirara Hi ' appears to aigbt la the drema of " Ireland aa It U.'' a* K<i?<ed I'at, and hi* wife a very talented actrea* , a* Judy O'Habsrty. Mis* Malvlaa will daaoe a favorite Ca*. which will be auneeeded by th comedy of the " lri*h l.ion"? Mr William* ?ti?t*irin* tb* part of C Tim Mrorc In which he will Introduce *om* favorite Ul *<> ??, and Mr* M llliatn? a* Mr* Kti/lg , th- athei hi cbara<t*ra by no egp?U?nt Mock rnoi^tn;. Tb? nl ??m?> m>nt* will nloaa with tb* farce of My Neigh* J(1 bi.ri*li?" Mr Purdy. the actlv* proprietor of thleoid . ard favorite teMI-hment *eem* alive to the Intereat* . nt M? patrrn* and I* therefore. actively employed In rerurmr Ibe aervtc** tf the be*t talent he o?n procure 11* ItirttM aticcc** Ch*i?tv'* Opm? ll t< <r The *an? lnt*r"*tlng ml highly amazing Mil of entertainment I* offered to th* p?iroii? rf thl* |1 ?<* of aian?em*nt thl* evening ? aong*. rborure* lustrum' tital p< rf iidiudni, burle?i ue ' cj. . a* and m^uli Itc <Jaa?I or Kiiicw** Oruta Hoc** Fellow*'* Mlnttrel* will v| an.uee i hi ir patron*. to-night, with an *nt*rtainro-nt kt, Of gr> at variety *inging dancing. aad inatruiuental fr pertotmatre* Meyer will play on* of hi* beautiful Pt e 1" ?| Ami *ii ** Mi *m * ? Some peopta *eem *vrprl**d a, (u the great number* that vlett thl* e*tabli*hm?nt; bn. . , wheii it I* recollected that b**lde* tha great cnrio?(tl?* VkM can be fees there, that there I* an eioalient at' dramatic < nt?rt?lnm> nt given Id the lecture room. tb" tli order mu?t e*a*e. The rhineee lamily ara being **- ) r hlbtted ther* and with vaudeville*. ringing and danc Irg, a very pl*a>ant hour or two can b? whTled away r, Ni? Y"*? AMfHiTHi UM Th? p-rformvncea of th* t i Kreneh eonettrlan crmpany are drawing tiammi* ae I INI T M re*pectlve fem? of hor*eman?hip nightly di received the warmeat demonetrationa of delighted th audience* particularly thn*e of Mile Toorniatre *ti Mimi ' Tbe beautiful Paaoraaaof <'nha to a fine painting i* drawing very rrrpectahl* andlencea on Mite I'lhman wae announced to appear at tha Wal- bli nut atreet theatre. Philadelphia laat night. vr . ml Marine Allaire Ltt arnvn.?At Koo*e rleer. Camden on the 714 ult., W by Mr John Pa?rhal. a flna hark of abnwt iVW ton*, Ih railed tha Bertha owned by Meair* Carlton * Ce , tli and other*, to be commanded hy Oapt 0. 0 Bniart. At It' 'intahar ?l*t. hy .lam** W Co?, a mperlor bark af 31.1 ton*, nailed the .1 J tinbti Prl Tbelaonrbof tha *hlp Arctic. at Mattapoieett. did thl not take ! Ia< a on th* 81*t nit . on aaaonnt of tha low j*' tl4??. Bfe* *UI h* launched th* Artt fall Uda. ' Or I Cum Retvu for 1990. Fouanmmi Waxd.- -The re turns of this ward T we juat been made. It contain* 4,822 families, umbering 25,366 inhabitants. There are 1,606 writings and 72 places of industry in the ward, ftr< nd there have been 666 deaths during the past oc nr Numhcr nf harwa in Ik* urar>< Jfln ~ Kochbstkk, N. Y.?The following is the census al if Rochester? 1860. 1845. 1810. . at Ward 3,053 3,002 2,824 1,1 d " 3,606 2,768 4,691 ar d " <491 1,730 4,212 th " 3,675 2,828 3,842 ,h th " 3,747 2,421 4,633 tb lb " 7,142 3,981 ? " th " 3,331 1,861 ? at Ith " 2,920 1,975 ? fo >th " 4,696 2,696 ? _____ _J_ ai Total 36,661 25,265 20,265 fo The population of the village of Rochester, acording to the census of 1835, was 14,404. w Cayt oa Covnty, N. Y.?The following state- ?' nent of the population of the diiferent towns in hia county, shows an increase of a little over ele- ^ en aid a half per cent since 1845:? 1850. 1845. * Auburn 9,548 6,171 " Urelius 2,831 2,504 ? Jrutus 3,039 2,263 C :ato 2,256 2,312 01 Conquest 1,864 1,921 9' 'leming 1,19:$ 1,187 " .ienoa * 2,503 2,426 Vl 2,113 2,111 8 Ledvard 2,042 2,095 B Locke 1,478 1.528 Menii 5,219 4.28S 0 Moravia 1,874 1,785 u Miles 2,051 2,153 F Jwatco 1,254 1,277 * icipio 2,135 2,136 Bennett 2,347 2,03.3 " 'empronicus 1,206 1,314 J* Springport 2,040 l.Kri ! Sterling 2,808 2,722 ? Summer Hill 1,251 1,321 Venice 2,016 2,(100 c Victory 2,300 2,261 Total 55,418 49,653 h 4.9,653 * In Cva naara K ilwi^mc ul u?v bio.'" (w The following ia the population of the different . rrards of Auburn :? f, 1st Ward 2,226 * Id " 2,016 f td " 2,303 " Ith ? 3,003 Total 9,M8 81 New Castle, Pa.?Tne town of New Castle, in ? Lawrence county, contains a population of 2,916. it North Caroijna.?Col. Little, marshal, has fur- * lished the following returns:? a Camden county, total population in 1850.... 6,049 1 " " " 1840.... 5,?i3 tl Increase 386 tl ^arterert county, total population in 1850.... 7,001 ?? ? ? 1840.... 6,590 ri tl Increase 411 b Stanly county, total population in 1850.... 6,98:1 '? " at laat enumeration 5,(>09 j, ai Increase 1,374 a Wayne connty, total imputation in 1850.... 13,487 a] " " " 1840.... 10,891 #) w Increase 2,5% ? CoLi MBt s, Ohio.?The following is the popala- tl :ion of the city of Columbus:? o: First ward 3,633 w Second ward 2,668 si Third ward 3,249 Fourth ward 4,lti0 lt Fifth ward 3,916 j, ToUl 17,666 c! Mavsvillb, Ky.?The population of Miysville, n ivy , is 4,256, of which 633 are blacks?an increase ? unce 1MU of orer 1,500. Population of Glasgow, r. Ky., 1,020. u AITtlri of Ilavtl?Lottrr of Mr. Qnrn. * [fr?m the National Intclligenoer, Not. it.J ro the Editors:? C Gk>tlkjien?My attention has been called to ci in article on Hayti, in the Boston Journal of the C Wth ult., (copied into the Atic York Tribune of zj ike 3mh), in which the editor aaya, on the antho- n rity of a Uaytien citizen, now on a visit to this country? " The conduct of our commissioner, Mr Green, ? who was recently aent there to adjust certain dif- y hculties, was such aa lo prejudice the people b against this country and government. Hi* bear- _ ing towards the lim|>eror ia described aa being un- f K rn tie ma lily and insolent, such aa gave great of- J, Fence, and reflected dishonor on the government j( whose accredited agent he was." ^ I nw tiling to aaticii'ate the action of the execu- f| live, which haa not yet made public the reault of ^ my mission to Hayti, 1 hive heretofore avoided nailing any communication to the preaa in relation o the atate of things in that island, although I lt leem it very important that public attention should >e called to it. Hut the above attack upon me, circulated by jour- w ials of rtspectability, mukes it proj>er that I should 0, equest yon to publish this letter, denying that Bf here was anything in my deportment to the Km>erur at which he or his friends could rightfully ake ollence On the contrary, 1 treated all the luthoruiea of the island with marked courtesy and },, esi>ect, hoping thereoy to produce a better feel- g, ng towaids our citizens, who trade there, and to r, emove some |?>rtion ol that til will towards all |i( * hue men, and especially to Americans, which w las given rise to outrsges on American citizens, G( o d> in.tiid indemnity Tor which was one of the , rliief objects of my visit to Port au Prince. That ndenimty I demmided, an required by my instruc- ie tons; but net in a manner to give any cause of y, MR nee, or Is MM any dishonor on my govern- ,,, m M 1 have the satisfaction of knowing that my ur onduct received the hearty approbation of those vho selected me for this very delicate business, B . .1.. . 1. r i.in Hut iinkirtuiio <ii my iiii.'Hioa, in arranging )<>r he recognition of our commercial agents, anil iu rocunn^ the ieniu*ion of the leu per cent addi1011 a I duty previously Imposed on our vesaela and argoes, fur exceeded their expectations. It any thine in my conduct jt 'v lr> the . , Emperor or his subjects, it was my efforts to prouce a pacification of the island, and the protMl .. rhich I pr? oentr-d again*! his uung the money, , urtly due and long wi hheld from our citizens, in war of rxti rmiuanon on the whites of the east j rn or Dominican end of the i.-land. In this my . onductwaa upproved, rot only by m? own govern- i uent, hut alto by England and France, which ? ' n'.ly instructtd their ref|>e<:iive consul* to ., ollow niy i xample, and protest agiinst the farther . roeecution of th- war. A O wton merchant, reiding in Pott an Prince, in a letter recently ad- f rested to me, says: ? " should the Dominicans be subdued, the H?y- . > nn?ii;ii?.t h.itistiril till they are nearly or nite extetmiiiated. Cruelties will he practiced, houM (his wicked war now proceed, such as have ( ot been recorded since the days of carnage and ,^( ipine during the insurrection on this island in I7JH thi nd V2. _ " For i he caute of humtnity it is earnestly to he oped that the 1 uited .States government will take . )ine meH.?ures to prevent the further wicked nud notifiable hostilities against the Dominicans, oulouque is determined to march, if he is not .. revented. If yo.i still feel interest in the matter, ove poon, or it may be too late if long delayed. *r< Besides the very strongly worded aseauld upon ie, the editor of the Iloston Journal haa been led )>a{ to other erroneous statements as to the nres-nt Hr* indition of Hsytl, upon which I need only remark 1V at thev are made on the authority of "a gentlean of Port uu Prince," who is probably an agent W? the l^mperor Soulouque, sent to prevent or re- {>* rd any action of our government whieh might in- o. fere with hiscontemplated massacre ofthe whites <>? the Dominican end of the island. Your obetnt servant, Hrmtamin E. Grbui t>u pis Police Inlelligeare. . Chargr ?/ Ilit'ori'V Huhhrry ?THI pallna of ths Sixth p., ltd on Maturday ninht took Into euitodj two oolorad jr, rn. railing tbrmntlTsa William Wllllaimon ?nt Fr? murl Mntray. who ar? charged with knoeklngdowa fa* th?r blsek man by tba nam* of Pr*?t?n WiUon ? io rt??ii?d a frmp blowoa th* haad. whleh kaooksd m di'WD and. * t lis thus down, rnltbed him Tha . nB4 cnearlfl'-d hts poeketn and stole from hln p?r?on a gold fm tin T*iur<l at tie. and shout $< In bank hilts with | " urn i no j woro ni?*iotr mur oaoapo wh<-ti talt'ii Into t< tody Juatlco O?born commlttad both tha ftjauaad ? rtloo to frloon In default of ball < .in Jttfmft t? Slrml.? Mr Prannl* Rlanohat rotldmg No 1VU fllith itrnuf on Baturday night, on ro- pi inn to b?d dlnnoTpri'd ? man umM undor th? Jnr d oridontly with an ??t?nt to otoal Thamguowa* cMir?d. and when brought to tho light. Mr. Ml?n;h-t rt gnl/i d htm a* Albert Dunham. Irom whom a abort [,], a ago ho had hlrod a han?a . Pnnham. whon Ho? kfd tha rcaoot of hla pacullar pultlon. unr tli? bi d. at ?neo ackntwiodgrd bla guilt. and atatod Cf at bo lnt?nJ.d to rob tho boum>; and further, ha itod a* an explanation f >r the ortmo h* wa? ab"iit w, rrmmlt. that ih? .leatltutlon of hU family, brought (| by continual dteeipaiion and gambling nrmpoiud m to make the attempt to atral ( lllffr ton Oiti ?ed tha aero??d befiira Juatlre McMratb. who ?>im- C?i' tt?d Mb to prtaon in default of ball r*" ( *? ?? Hf SiroMng t rr< Art - A man by the nam* Of i.r * III lam Pillion waa arreted by officer Ma-rea.lr, of j>|/ ? pt-cond ward. on a rbarga of Mealing at. rartona | <>r no* ft< tn the t>iem!?ea ct Kraatn* A MBl. r. No 34 Dr?t fcn atraet. a largo quantity of laeehaa. valued at Pv r?ral hundred dollar* It to?rn* t?at tha aon of th- "'J1, laoner waa orrand boy for tho complainant, and att?r ? prrmleee had h< ?n r|i>??d. PnlUn would i ntor tha 01 't* tr.d ?teal tho leerbea, aa romplained of. Justle* > . botn commuted Pullen to yrUon for trial ?rau I IntclllftkM. i thx Honokabi.i William A Graham, Sscrbta*y of tu Navt:? I.k<allinAn?A Mtaa Krnll?K t kw tKa ! ?* iUKI.I|i?UW TT?0 1/S^MglSV iUV >Wl Blf(UIOr fl :>m Earope, that the Mediterranean squadron, I insisting of two frigate*, the steamship Mi?-if , and Me or two smaller vessels, had arrived,.. 1 tout the 26th of September, at Genoa, where they ^ ere to take up their winter quarters, and where ey would remain for more than six months, at no uall ex|>ense to the country. Genoa is within three weeks sail of that part of , e Atlantic where there is a perpetual summer, * id which is covered by our cemmerce. There a e no laws, of which we are aware, by which our i ice is compelled to remain in squadrons; and the 1 ingestions made in Congress to divide the nava u rces of the country into two large fleets, and to rep them constantly moving when abroad, may, e think, be carried out by the department, with- A it positive law upon the subject. U The ships now ui Genoa might, with advantage, e think, be ordered to sail at intervals of three or lurwetks after each other; that one to sail first ? hich has been longest abroad:?To the Atlantic; P lence down the coast of Africa, touching at f very possible port, in search of slavers, to the Hp** of Good Hope ; there communicate with ur Consul, hnd ascertain the latest news of our * ammerce in Asia and India; from thence to sail >r the Kio d?* la Plata (Buenos Ayres and Monte- J1 idro:) thence to Rio Janeiro, Bahia, Pernarobuco,. ud touching at Barbadoes, St. Thomas, St. Do- 'o A I 1 .1. liugu, uuu v^uua, run mcu huiiic. Am this service could be performed by eich ship ? f that squadron, in six months?the time that is ? t-ually 8|>ent in winter quarter*, and she could re- ? lir again, next summer, ior her cruizing in the fediterranean. ? The frigate St. Lawrence has passed the last r wo summers in the Baltic, and then went to the * lerfiterranean for winter quarters?a passage or t. A-entv-five diys?-while thirty daya would ntfve rought her to the United States, where she coul<? ave re-fitted and spent her money among her own itizens. ? i have been particular in mentioning the ports. b it is well known that our nnval commander* ave a great horror of the land, and never go neat ~ Eurt or a Consul, unless positively ordered; and ? en once in port, remain as long as possible at h nchor. r We were forcibly struck with the su??e8tions of * Ir. Stanton: and the news brought by tne last mail m the Aledi'erranean, so strongly confirms hu ? latemente, that we desire to call yeur attention to g . We feel justified in doing so, by the liberality nd energy which has already ch iracterized your ( dministration of the department, and which it * tood in fcuch need of. You will be told by the chiefs of the bureaus by * rhom you are surrounded, that such changes are Hposfible They are men who look uj>on the i lavy an belonging to themselves and their f unities, I ud are behind the spirit and progress of the age. S 'he public have no confidence in tliem, and think I lat their stations should be occupied by intelligent nd energetic civilians; such as are at the head of : le steamship lines to Europe and California. , Whatever you do, must be done on your own | rsponsibility,' and against their opposition, but in t aid you will be sustained by the government an4 y the I'i BLIC. Naval Rank ?A Naval Board id now in session, ' i the city of Washington, to regulate the rank mong the different class of officer*. There are, t this time, OH captains in the service, of whom II 1 re at sea, and 98 commanders, with 20 at sea. If 'ttmunship is to be learned at sea, would it not bo ell to give command of our ship* and squadrons > surgeons and pursers, who ars more at sea than lose who now command; and some of oar old Hicers should be good nurses, as thev are mch old omen. We recommend the Boara to take this abject into consideration. The U. S. steamship Susquehanna, at Norfolk, i rapidly approaching towards completion. She as her armament on board, nine 64 pounders; hot' gging is complete, and but for the dslay in reviving a quantity of copper pipe from this city, the isgnmcent engines, built by Messrs. Murray & lazlehurst, of Baltimore, would now be readf to ceive steam. In about three weeks, Mr. Sides, nder whose superintendence the work is (going on, 'ill be prepared to apply the moving power. The Independence frigate, be art: g the flag of om. Charles W. Morgan; the Mississippi steam srvette, Capt. Long; Constitution frigate, Capt. onover, were on their way from Naples to SpezA, on the 2d ult. The Cumberland, Capt. Latiter, was at Messina. Death or Ho*. Sami kt. Yopno.?The Hon. Saluel Young, died at his residecce in lUllston, N. ., on i he 3d inst. of apoplexy. He retired to his I ed on Saturday night in usual health, which was I ood for a man of his age,? about seventy-two I ears. About four o'clock in the morning, groan? I 'ere heard to proceed from his room by his son I chn, who occupied an adjacent apartment, and I ho immediately entered, but only in time to I nd his patent insensible. Col. Young was born in I erkshire, Massachusetts, whence he emigrated I i early lite to Hallston, where he i>aaaed the re- I lainder of his life. He devoted himself early to I le study of law. supporting hims If meantime bjr I aching a school in the village. He was soon dis- I Dguished by his intelligence and energy, and was I nt from the county of Saratoga to the assemblf, I itr which, after several re-elections, he was cho- I n Speaker in 1824 lie was one of the Canal Com I ussioners with Gov. Clinton, when th? memora- fl e rupture between them occurred, and has re- H atedly been elected a member of the S(ate| Se- I ire. He has occupied the post of Secretary of H late for one term, daring which period, as Supe- H utendent of Common Sehools, he luid the founda- H i>n of the system of public instruction. In lf*44 he H as chosen to a seat in the State Senate, which he H :mpied for four years, since when lie has held no ililic rtiice. ( i,| \ oiinv was one of (lie beat edit- H ited men in the State; he belonged to th? radical H lion i,i ill> <1. moeralic party, of which for many H ars, ar^d during some of its most memorable H ruggles, Le was the acknowledged leader; he was H em | r< miring in his public policy, and his inte- H ity was unimpeachable. H The Coal Tcadk of 1860.?The railrnid has nt, this week, the unprecedented quantity of ,:ul i H mm of coal to market. The receipts of e conqmny for toll, and transportation on ooal, rrchsndise, and passengers, for the week, cannot ll xhori of one hundred ih4M uid dollars. The denuind for coal continues bri?k fsr all . .? .. ? .V ? >< villi m\ Iiiwan Ml, A0(1 fliM rrmain firm both at I'hiladelj>hi 1 d in (his region. The weekly demand, tr?m list we can learn. is graater, by 10,000 or 15,000 r s, than .hp ability to carry it to market. The quantity of coal ami to mirket thin year >m i h?* Sham*kia region, to Octobtr 17, was I .377 tons?about the same quantity that wu sent The supply of? oal received at th? port of Boston, r thr week ending October 1?, from all sources, ia7.(i:<l tons, *?, i:S? tons of which was anthracite, m Philadelphia.?Peffsri//* (fa ) Jt/MTs' Jtur/,iVof 2. lr?arnrr B> ytnnur ot (Vnn?rtlrtit Uia anpnlnto I ? in h day ol November, prosimo, as a 'lay ot Weekly Itepoit of Death*. tks C'llr and I'oantjr ?r No* Vork.rrom th? ll*h4ay*f Of t?h?r la tha 14 day ot HovemMr, IHil M?a. 1)2; W*a?n. MS; Boro,Clrli. IS. Total, K0. MKAIV. " a.. I Fnrsr learWt 4 ( Lsa?s 1 - Tjr?hoM 1 itlii) J " trfkis. & >h?*ta,..,. I Hirmw., I "litv lpnl.nni? 1 Baart, 41soa<? of ft ^^B mod or *<al<i?d I ffopir/ ;n t ^^B aahttia .1 laflaamatioa of Br*-a.... .1 ^^B ir*t(.fWomt> I " ?f H-mcls.. 9 Unas* I M l.mig* 11 sllli*. 1 " ft Ji UMI. I >l*ra tafaniaa 1 of riiroai... 1 mnMloa 41 " ( U'lt.., I ^^B mltiou 22 Jiaslles 1 up I* l.n?a Vi* *?*il?n tf Ltii|i 9 Matforaatioa I- ^^B illliy... Mamaans i? ^^B frlrnn Tr???na 4 M'?al?? 1 rrbn-% A OM Agl 1 ' la ttio Da?4.,3 pi'Iii! I"'.'.V. ?n.4 I Prama nr? Birth.. J fn'rry 17 Small Po* 4 'mm I Baffssati n ^^B run of St nit I Taothta* 4 InffTmltfanl.... I DakMn ... .Vi'ii'. iii . 4 rfufml t ^^B lit I ?> . r i tn i r<?n s.i m t* n 7 It" A V. TIMo XI I tain 1.1 ? go ??to l 7 Otklntl I id u an .it -? ??*n X ToUl * "' <0 in III H I.AI-M or N*TirrTT ? laltal *tat?a. I-W. Ira1aa4. Ill tand.f: fr tUad.4 R"*l?a. I; RrrMlf. 14: Daamark, It ^Hl t?li PnfMMlnaa l? Nrrth Amitirt, 1; W?at ladl*a,l| ti.l. . ion- Rnplfal. R-IUrnn. 7: Paatt'nttarr. Rl*rkw?H'? Mil; l.nratl? A'rlnm da, Ward ? lalafld. It; Citp pital. CoUrcl tfims. J Cotnrad Paranaa. II. A. w. ? BiTr, Cltr IwfttHr. tf Imr?ct*f'i Ofllea, Novmbtr 2. I*M. rkl.r Itijiotl of I>??ttia and lntrrm?nt* llM rttj I ilruoklya. for thaaaak aadlac Rot. MBMM . mitintlA* I faraf,. ' .1 F?t?t Inflaiwaalary 2 F I FfTCt * aria' r I ???t Tnk?H " -mtl'-t if Praia I floor""* '"oath 1 r|r>?M Tt??a??? t lafltaimatlaa af ?M Vaaia. I fkira ... ,, 1 /aandlea 1 -y m tka Haad 4 Planrlay I riirj I Uakaawa I H t . _ itaa. Mi famalaa 11: a'nlM. It: ahlldrva, I*. Total. 40. X R WllXtr. Pkralataa of ika Raard. Soa of Rf arl of Tl^al-h * ? I.IWI II ? latrr??ata la Craaawood, at4 ilHT Itaaklfl ail. Itti Kit Talk a?4 iU4t Hmm><I.