Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 6, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 6, 1855 Page 4
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NEW YORK HERALD. JAMES mORDOV BBIVlfVi 1 RoPJUET*IR AND Kl>m?K. CTFIl'B S. F m CORKER OF NAPHAr A VD TFLTOM STS. TERMS fnA.il <u <t<tra<uv. THE P All. V HI K.41.P. <*vy 37 per annum. THE ' /, y.EKL V HEK <I>P> "V'V Satuntoy, at 6l4 emtipmr Mt^>y or ttrr annum, (h* Euroj?nn nlitio* $4 per annum, to ,my r ju < firttU Unfa <ti. or$b' > any pari nf the Continent, both l OLcffrik V CORRESPOSDENCb, eantainlng impor i.? At nw. eolirited 'mm any quarter oj'the world?if voted it'll be lA* ril'ly fH!<t tin- JBjfOUR FORKKJN CoRRF.N PONDKWTB IRK J?AHrii'UiuRLr Itrvi f>tep to 8eal all Letter* awd Pacha*;** ymxr v*. NO SO Tl< E taken oj anonymon* eommimitation*. W? do not * >U m th.-* rriretnL JOli MINTING executed with nf.ntnr**, eh?"jw** ami d*-* ttutrh. jIDVF.RTISEMESTS renewed retry day. Volume XX Wo. SOS AMUfEMENTS THIS EVENING. BROADWAY THEATRE, Ilroadway?Fairt Circle? iHIMl Ti tor? Irish Assl'HaRCE ahii Ya.sk ft MoDEBTY. IM'WERY THEATRE, Bowery?Paul the Poaciikr? SaRa>T('FOL. H1 RTOV'ri TI1EATKE, Chambers si root?Serious Family ?The Tootles. WALLACE'S TilKATRE, llroadway?Loan or a Loykr Hasirr.sT Dtttimy?Mother and Ciiii.h anc Doinij Weu. WOOL'S MI.NSTREI.S, 444 Broadway?Etiiiomah PeR Kiaaaaru. BrOKI EY'S BURLESQUE OPERA HOIISE, 636 Broad way?Hohlesqih*. OrEiia ash Kkhro Minhthkisy. MEOHANIi*' HALL, 472 Broadway?PRor. Macallistkk's SoirkM) Mauwues. ACADEMY HALL, 5f>4 Broadway?Battle or Busker Hill KlaPIRE HALL. 5N Broud way?Tour or Europe?Siege f t SWIASTOl'Ol. \cw York, Tnesdny, SovembiT 6, 1855. Riotki' to tli? Inspector* of Election. Ar:t i ciiug to the Inn ivhich was passed last winter by the I-eglnlaiurs of tbis State, tho fol owiDg is the order la which the vot?S are to be emvdse'l this taU:? >tr t?The State officers, except Judiciary. Fn< nil?Sto'e Senators. Mtmbers of Assembly. Iburth?County Hid city officers. liftk?Town and waid officprs. s. >b?State and county i udieial officers. Satnth?Police and dvtl justices. Tho last box in probably nnnec" 'sary beyond the city e New York. In the Cuming election, only dye boxes wll be usc4 ou: of the city. They are the following, and mus be emnvasi < <1 in the order Indicated by the figures:?. 1. stale off '-ars. 2. Suite Senators. 3 Member* of Asartnbljr. 4 County officers. 5. State and county judicial officers. As soon ah the count of a box in made, the chainnau ot the inspertorH most publicly announce the number el ballots brand in the box, rh* neme of the office, and the number cant for each person. Any Icpnrture from thcs? rules is a violation of the general election law, and pun inhabit as a misdemeanor. Molls for Europe. Kit W TORE IIKKALB? EDITION FOR K7R0PK. The Cunard mail stcamabip Africa, Cipt. Harrison, will hove Boston on Wednesday, at noon, for Lirerpool. Mhe Kuropean mails will cIobb in this city at a quarter to two o'clock this afternoon. The Herald (printed in English and French) will be published at ten o'clock in the morning. Single copies, hi wrappers, sixpence. Subset iptions and advertisements for ahy edition of the Nsw York Iikralu will l.u received at tho following places hi Europe:? Ijvwtool. . John Hunter, No. 12 Exchange street, East. London. .. .Sandford & Co., No. 17 CornMU. Parr livlngston, Wells A Co., 8 Place do la Bourse. The contents of the European edition of the Hkrald will smbrace the news received by mail and telegraph at the sfiiee during the previous week, and to thchour of pubieation. The News. This being election day, the law courts stand ad joumed till to-morrow. Both branches of the Common Council wet yester day afternoon, hut adjourned without transacting any business of importance. In the United States Circuit Court, yesterday, bills of indictment were received front the Grand Jury against Win. T. Martin and Rudolph E. Lns cala, who are charged with lilting out vessels to lie cmployi <1 in tlie slave trade. Flections take place to-day in the Slates of New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Mississippi and Wisconsin, and in Nebraska Territory. One of our correspondents at Philadelphia states that yesterday two brokers of that city, who hereto tore were looked upon ns uroti of wealth, suspended payment. Their stoppage litul caused much sur prise and distrust, n< tin it liabilities Arc large. An enthusiastic admirer of Col. Kinney, writing from Sac Juan del Norte on the 19th of October, gives a glowing description o! the loud mid building j improvements made by thutofiher in his adopted | country, which, lie asserts, contrasts most favorably With the war and revolutionary aspirations of Gen. Wnlkcr. It is saiil that a tribe of Indian", at the request of their leaders, had been granted permis sion to assume the name of " Kinney Indians." A copy of the treaty made hy the Colonel with this body is given. The stock of cotton continues light in this ma - | h<t. The sabs ye-tc.d iy embraced abont 1,500 tonics, including part In transit. The market closed, In some oases, shout an 'c. off. and some buyers ?Isizned jo. off. which was no* acceded to. Flour was le"s active, and the market tiered dull at about Saturday's rules. Wheat w.<? irregular, aud price* favored put chasers, with n moderate amount iff sales. Indinn torn closed dull, at boo.a dflo. Wheat *v;is ope cents bushel lower. Pork ?ra* quite steady, with lather nu re doing. Sugars and coffee werO without marked cbuBgc. To Liverpool, 20,010 bosh e'- of grain In begs were engaged, at Kid. a 10.]d. Rates to London and the continent were firm. <iiv l'AWKKb* Day. Yesterday was Gay K^wkfn' d.*y In Kagland. This morning ushers in n nunowhut -imilur iinitiverBary in Now York. Tl'b dttbre'iee. however, is that instead of burning straw nun w ithou t brains as tliey do there, we merely *et up and knock down the same sort of individuals. There will he a great many sly old Foxes mound to-day: and hundreds of unsophisticated voters falling into their bunds and finding themselves particular ly well guyed, will have occasion to reniem t? r and regret their ? mr p.i> on this occasion. Vote early. A Ti nt ion Tin: Vax<p i.-uk.h. W'c comiu-n ! to the consideration of the to-be-defeated can didates of to day Cardinal Wolsey 's confession to Thomas Cromwell, which nnglit lie para phrased and republicanized so a- to adapt itself to all circumstances. As thus :?Oh, Stryker! Strykcr'. had I toil attend ^to mine own busi ness w ith but hall the zeal that I have attended to that of the publi 1 would not to day ha* e liecn victimized to ?e h -An rV .m'.nabl extent." Kxit the \ictint with a la hryui i -c expression of countenance. \ otc eatly. No NaI'oi '.;o.n allot T Vi:?SAXW. t he Mayor has inhibited all military parades oa thi* eientful day. lie proclaims that su b 'hings inay do very w ell for republican France, but tire not quite the thing f^r New York. The empire is peace, and so is the ballot box. No muskets, no bayonets, no glitter, no drums; nothing but the silent dropping of the paper pel let v. Good fot Wood. \ ote early. IdQionMrs! If the toward league shall prevail they will tighten ihc screws of the J.iquor law. Don t tru-t to their false pro line* ot neutrality. They will treat but to tctray you. Rememlsr the niaekweH's Inland frolic. Vote early. The (.of.oxrx.tTiox Cai-k i? prosperous in various parts of the city. Vote ea rly. Who Kti>J:n C'tsri.E Cirpk^,? Vyto early. Klection D?y?Vote Early? The quiet citizen who goes to his office to day at the usual hour and spends his day in his accustomed work, has no idea of the number of individuals in the State by whom this sixth of November will be remembered either as a day of joyful triumph or bitter dis appointment. Though the chief State offices are not vacant, and the Governor, Lieutenant Go vernor and many other members of the State administration can afford to look on calmly, it is nevertheless a fact that no less than four thousand one hundred and four offi ces must be filled this day in the city and the State governments. Besides the usual State ticket of nine, there are thirty-two Senators, one hundred and twenty-eight Assemblymen and eight Judges of the Supreme Court to be ballotted for; in the city, eleven Aldermen, sixteen executive officers, sixty Councilmon, six Police Justices, twenty-two School Com missioners, twenty-two School Inspectors, sixty School Trustees, twenty-two Assessors, forty-four Constables; in the other counties, cities and town, two hundred and fifty county officers, one hundred and fifty city officers, and four hundred and eighty ward officers, two thousand four hundred town officers and three hundred and eighty-four Inspectors of Elec tion. Altogether, the total number of offices to be filled before sunset is four thousand one hundred aud four, Now there pre four dis tinct tickets in nomination for these vacant offices; besides which, a number of indepen dent candidates are in the field. We shall be within the mark when we say that there is an average of three candidates running for every office?thus showing that the State contains at this moment 12,312 persons, or one man in forty ot the entire voting population, ready and anxious to take office. To those might safely be added three or four thousaud who are not themselves candidates for office, but who expect to get situations as subordinates under friends of theirs, if they are elected. Alto gether, certainly fifteen thousand men arc to day beggars of votes within the State. This appalling figure argues a wonderful su perabundance of population over labor. We have been under the impression that the de mand for labor was large this fail: that public works were being proceeded with, that boots were made at a profit, that butchers and bukcrs were driving a good trade, that farraboys were in demand, and that cartmen were saving mo ney. It, appears, however, from the number of idle persons who arc ready to let the State have the use of their time that tt is not so, and that poor men find it hard work to get along. Wo cau only sympathise with them and with the State. It is very hard for them to be reduced to look to politics for support; but it may be a good deal harder for the State to be com pelled to avail itself of their services. As for the voters, their course is clear. Let them select the best men both for State and city offices, regavdless of party. Party claims are obsolete. What is required in the men who arc to be elected to-day is honesty aud ability to perform the duties of tlicir office : if they possess the-e qualifications, it wi$ matter very little to the public whetheT they are Van Buren democrats, or Know Nothings, administration democrats, or straight whigs. Vote early. Wall Stkket?Tim Bottom Falling Our? Ik jt a Sicj> ??There was c terrible breaking down in Wall street yesterday?a frightful scattering of the bulls?a shocking dispersion of the fancies, and a most unfeeling glorifi cation among the lucky bears- but the worst is yettocomo. Is this a sign of the results of this day "s electionAre the Seward bulls to be driven to the wall, and are their fancy stocks of Fourierism, women's, rights, negro rights, free farms, free rents and free property, to be driven out of lite political markets? Electors of New York, it Is your duty to fol low up this financial revolution, with a more glorious nud valuable political revolution. When the botUm falls out of Wall street on the eve of election day, there must he some thing in the wind. Vote early. Fobtiuit of Sewvan.?An evening cotera porary in nn oil'hand sermon gives the follow ing striking portrait of the Seward abolition league:? Then tbal* 1lir jwlttltUe cobbler, K'>in' routul like sv rnnriiiK (Mien buy .Ifirl. n-x nsukin' wlinrs he m ly hum bug lomAicdy. He's all iht c .l irj of rhe iwlnbuwl, and in>e e cbncgeilile thnn the Ciime'i'i Jopnnniky. lie in a wl.tg and anti-whig?and know uotliln' nod antl Un?w nctlila'?fur furnntro, and agin furrinorg, for every buddy and agin every boddy, but pHnrirvnlly a lung head ed, woolly lit-a '.ed, loiilin', ravin niggerigl ?nd abolition ist end liUunlonist?fur be ? clayed on n harp of a thou sand giilng"?sperrtU of .last men made perfbek." Vote early. Nati iJAi.iy.Ki> Citizens will remember to call tilings by their right names when they vote. They will remember that the Seward black republicans are Know Nothings of one stripe or the other. The republican organization is Know Nothing everywhere. Vote for whom you ]dease, but do not lo?o your sclf-respect I y elevating men to office who join an organi sation. and then, finding it cannot be turned to (heir purposes, try to lie out of it. Vote early. Cot NTI.K.-H RtrilMOMW in the Fiki.u. - We would not like to say at hup-hu/.ard how many champions there are in tlie lists for each ot the various prizes set up for competition to-day. To those who take a lively interest in the issue the scramble, otfr advertising columns will supply all the accessary information as to the names, banners and <1 "vices Pf 'h? Combatants. Certainly (here are more Richmond* (o be overthrown to-dny than fell to the share of Ulostcr in Bosworth field?fb^p ? noulsin an*;., and eager for the tray." y0p? early. 1'note*T!>'(, THK Bai.lot Boxes.?Let all fearle^j di fenders of the ballot boxes to-day \.oar a handkerchief or two in their caps. Thus, while defending the ballot boxes, they will also Iw protecting their knowledge boxes. Ballots and billets very often come together. N ote enily. llRinnRV ami Corruption.?Americans, indi genous- and exotic, beware this day of Ihe t' initiations of cash, liquor, contracts, and all other merchandise, in exchange for your con sciences and your principles. Don't lie -old. Vote early. 1 iik Senatuiuai. Contest in ihe city appears to be on Brook-, in the Sixth district, as the Know Nothing candidate, and Sickles, in the lliird district, as the anti-Know Nothing can didate. V?,to curly. City Reform.?Be sure of the right men. Mr. l'logg is a drag. See the statistics of taxes. Vote early. .Vomfntofs TuorouT?Shall the white Ame rican? rule Anjerifal Vote early. The Issue op the Election.?Those who vote to-day for the Seward-froe-love-abolition ticket, vote for the ultimate dissolution of the American Union. That is the real issue of the election. The triumph of Seward in New York is, pro tanto, the triumph of disunion. Half of the followers of the negro party have no idea of the evils they are inflicting upon the country by raising up a sectional party and engendering distrust and hostility between the North and the South. They .are told that it is an effort to limit slavery to its present boundaries, and they are acting with that view, and to effect that end. The other half arc Simon Pure abolitionists?men who fervently hate the republic, who seek its over throw, regardless of disasters, national and in dividual. The latter interest it is that leads the former?deceives the former. There is not an eighth of the people of New York who would go with Seward if they could really be made to feel that he is false to the interests of the country; and there is about one-eighth who are deranged on the subject of slavery. The heart of this State is sound, and gives out its patriotic fluids with all its wonted energy; what is wanted is to lop ofT its abolition excres cence. Those who vote to-day should understand this. The people of New York should rise to the work of regeneration with a firm spirit. They owe it to themselves to vindicate their fair fame?to prove themselves indeed worthy of the blessings that have been showered upon the city as the commercial centre tae fede ral Union, and to root out every noxious weed of nogroism which the past neglected political culture has allowed to grow in our midst. Men to-day are called upon to take sides for or against the constitution?for or agaiust the interests and the glorious memories of the Union. Those who vote for the Seward repub licans become recorded traitors?-they will have taken that "last step'' which Mr. Webster significantly denominated the descent from the murrourings of the hustings to the treason of the cabal. Vote early. Everybody Ought to Vote?The right of suffrage in this State should be exercised as a duty. The qualifications of a voter arc that he must be a citizen, he must have resided in the State a year, in the county four months and in the district thirty days. If he is natu ralized it must have taken place ten days prior to election day. The penalty for illegal vot ing is a fine and imprisonment. One hundred dollars reward is offered for the conviction of illegal voters. Persons challenged should be sworn on the Bible. They can take the oath or not, as "they please. Acolored man can vote if he has been three years a citizen and has a freehold of two hundred and fifty dollars. Vote early. The Free Colored Americans.?It was ar ranged by the Rev. Mr. Pennington, (black man,) that in the African churches in this city on Sunday last some general plan should be decided upen in regard to the vote of the free colored Americans in this day's election. We believe thoy have decided to go the Fred. Douglass ticket, on the ground that Preston King having been treacherous to one party, may also prove faithless to another. De co lored folks is right. Vote early. Irishmen .'--The Know Somethings and Know Nothings connected with the Seward fusion party, arc sworn to proscribe you. Such being the case, there is some consistency in the organ of Bishop Timon, at Buffalo, re commending our Irish fellow citizens to vote the democratic ticket. As far as you arc con cerned, the regular I'now Nothing may bo as safely trusted as the Seward party. What have they ever done for you t Vote early. The Washington Monument.?Let voters not forget to drop their dime or their dollar iu the boxes that will be set up at the polling places in aid of the funds of the Washington Monu ment ; and on this great battle-day of the liquor dealers in defence of their .constitu tional rights, it would not be amiss for them to set apart a specified per centage of their re ceipts to the sarac object. What say you, gen tlemen ? \'otc early. j t hanck to Make Moxev.?Go among your | friends tomorrow; learn who of them ha* [ voted more than two or three times, or where not properly qualified, aid then poach on them. There is a reward of $100 offered for each convictioD, and the informer is entitled to one-half. This opens up a rich vein to the enterprising. Vote early. A New Name for Election Day - " ' ' ? ~?T? IIIIUS that our election day might tie better denomi nated a ft r day; for not only ig ordinary basi nets neglected in the excitement of the oeca sion, but unsuccessful candidates realize their fate in n way painful to humane feelings. Vote early. "Dodging and Ducking. "?Ex-Governor Hunt is said by his Seward enemies to be "dodging and ducking between wind and wa \VT' J,!eVVnre of fa,se r(lP?rt8 on election day. The ex-Governor, in fact, is on a duck ing excursion against the dodging Seward fu sion ists. Vote early. Liiiertt to tiie Custom House.?The Wash ington Cabinet organ has declared that the administration is perfectly indifferent as to the result of this day's election in Ncw york This gives freedom for the Custom House Don't wait for <??? ? . C 4U .uv wagon. \ote early. Reedkr on Whitfield.?Freemen of the Empire State, we are just informed that the Issue of this day is. whether Rccder or Whit field shall be admitted as the delegate from Knusus to Congress. Inquire of Horace Gree ley. Vote early, Lager Bier to tiie Rkauk!?The coming down ot Assyria " like a wolf on the fold" was an insignificant affair in comparison to tin rush of German laderland which will be made tonlay to vote for freedom ami lager bier. Make Way for our Sharmain friends! Vote early. The Sixth DisTitn-r.-The withdrawal of Mr. 1'erley, and the refusal of Mr. Lee to run. leaves the contest in the Sixth Senatorial district between Brooks and Munday. Tuesday will decide it. Vote early. Increase or Pon i.vnow up Town. Some of the upper wards have Increased largely within

n mo nib. Vote early. Borhimj Around? Fight sby of those umn who are Imbbing around the polls with three rr tour sets of ticket-, in their hands. Vote early. V" if I! M.y. The Democratic Reunion Ticket.?We per ceive that in many counties of the State the democrats, upon their county tickets, have substantially united. Ilad the Pierce admin istration confessed that it had no interest in tbis canvass about two weeks earlier than it did confess it, the democrats would have so far concentrated upon a common State ticket as to render its su^ftmtvositive. Even as it is, with the prospecVfPfhe support of a con siderable accession from the whig conserva tives on national issues, and of the hard libe rals on the liquor issue?considering Mr. Pierce and Marcy out of the question?there may be something done by the Union democrats in this city and in this State to-day which will confound the calculations of the Seward coa lition. In this connection it is also quite pos sible that the American party may make a decided demonstration for a wholesome revo lution in the Empire State. Let the democrats, hard and soft, remember that the Pierce ad ministration has repudiated all parties here, and vote accordingly. Vote early. Remember this !?A vote for the Seward ticket is a rote for Garrisonian abolitionists? a vote for a Northern republic?a vote for the dissolution of the Union?a voto for Seward for President?a vote to secure Seward the or ganization of the next Congress?a vote to throw the State completely foto the hands of the men who ba^. made a debt of twenty mil lions?a vote for robbery, plunder, treason and corruption. Vote cafly. Save IIim ekom IIis Friends.?An adminis tration paper out West has the following cut ting satire on Mr. Pierce, whom Mr. Cochrane dun't carry in his arms any more, and who has no party in the election here to-day:? Few men hue Bad a more brilliant life, few liave been irore cicvoteil to their country, few more MgAClou.4, and few here hern more hot or ably rewarded by that discri minating Judge?the people. Do give that fellow something. He'll ruin everything if he isn't stopped. Men to Stand Round the Poles.?Part of a candidate's expenses are for "men to stand round the polls." That is, men to coax, or bully, or cheat you into voting for Brown, when you prefer Smitb. This is a great nui sance, and we hope that the police will do their duty. Keep the voting places clear of nil loafers, paid or unpaid. Vote early. Brooks wants to go to the Senate because he is a Protestant. He has no other recommen dation except that be cuts down his printers' wages and used to edit an abolition paper in Maine. Religion and politics never ought to be mixed, and Brooks will find that out. Vote early. The Right to Scratch.?Fellow-citizens, don't be humbugged with the idea that you are compelled to vote some one of the printed city tickets that may be thrust under your noses. It is a freeman's privilege?native or adopted freemen?to vote his own ticket. He has not only the right to vote, but the right to scratch. Vote early. A Plank in tub Greeley Platform.?Mrs. Gore Nichols thus gives a plank of the Seward, Greeley, Raymond, abolition, woman's rights, free love seraglio platform, which was unac countably omitted from the proceedings of the convention:? Hy freedom of love we mean an elevation out of the preponderant sensuality, and conHeeration of the whole love nature, or life, to the developement of ull the faoul tics of men and women, and to a wise paternity. Ladies ! will you allow your lords to poll that ticket ? Catholics!?Do you know that the U. T. K. or Seward branch of the Know Nothings, co operating for the success of the Seward ticket, are pledged against you, your church, and your children? They are. They arc seeking to deceive you upon false pretences. Yole cnily. Dkwark ok Retting.?Ry making a b>*t on the result of the election or the success of any candidate, you destroy your right to vote. Retting is a sort of gambling. Don't bet, or ut all events, don't bet before you vote. Vote early. Law aso Order.?Voters of New York! stick to law and order this day, and be inirnor talized. The eyes of the whole Union are up on you, including St. Louis nod Louisville lie oniia'le till to-morrow morning. Vol': t nrly. To Yot no Voters, l'o Young Amerl .1, a ho will cast his fir.-t vote to-day, we would sij? begin right. Do not be carried away by personal predilections or pirty traditions. Do jour only lo your country, au<l auppoi t. the constitution and the laws. The election is a very important one. Vote early. How's Tins??Some of the St. Lavrcncc county people say that the fusion movement has been losing ground there everyday, It has been thought that St. Lawrence was the Redan of the negro allies, but we always be lieved that the democrats there wouldn't swal low the Seward humbug. Vote early. The Liquor Law.?Men of New York, show your contempt of the Liquor law to-day, not in potations ol' whiskey, imported brandy, or Philadelphia lager bier, but in your votes. Take a drink ofCroton, but maintain U;e right to mix it. Voto early. The Gjieat Q'^.xrlftv.? Shall the doctrines of fret} tore, women's rights, infidelity. 1 ou ricrisin, white and black equality, sedition, secession, disunion, anarchy and civil war be sustained this day, or the Union and the constitution? Votccorly. A Difference of Opinion.?'The Prince of Kinderhoek saykthat the soft State ticket will have fifty thousand plurality. Another New York politician, writing to the Union, says it will not be elected "by fifty thousand or any other plurality." As Ritchie use to say. Xoui trrrctif. Vote early Frenchmen ! lciok out for your claret to-day. Scrutinise the ballot. Don't be humbugged into voting fur Seward whig candidates. The Liquor law may be repealed if you vote right. Think of Bordeaux, and keep a sharp lookout for the spurious tickets. Pitv la RrpxthUqat! I 'ia Cognac! Vote early. Merchants 01 New York !?If you wish our Southern trade to be diverted to Philadelphia and Baltimore, vote the Preston King ticket. If we don't want the custom ot the South tell them so. Vote early. Old C1.0'.?The prudent man wrll wear his old clothes to-day. Vote early. Rmvark oj Stridorjj Tickets! Vote early. The President's Opinion.?General Pierce wrote a letter to New Hampshire the other day, to a friend in the back districts, telling him the State election was not so important as it was to have New Hampshire upon the " old and sound platform." Which platform does Mr. Pierce mean ??that of 1848, about which he wrote the Scarlet Letter, or Van Bu ren's Albany platform ? or tho Union's Bucha nan platform ? or the Seward platform ? or the Cochrane Custom House platform ? or the Kansas border ruffian platform ? or the Grey town platform ? or the Kinney platform ? Ge neral Pierce has been upon so many platforms, and has fallen off so many times, that his opi nion is like that of Mr. Jack Bunsby, master of the " Lively Polly'': it is very hard to get, and of no account at any time. Vote early. That's a Good Joke.?A " delegate from a rural district" WTites a long letter to the go vernment organ to set it right about the soft Syracuse convention, and says that the non passage of resolutions approving the Kansas act " was owing entirely to the moderation of the administration majority." That is the best thing we have beard for a long time. That chap is too funny for the rural districts. " Moderation" of the Custom House! ha! ha!! ha !!! Vote early. JIk Won't Po fob St. James's.?The sui? joincd elegant extract is from Greene's paper, the Boston Post:? Tiiers ih TRorin.E at Imwrrcu !?A Know Nothlug Aown there has lieclured that the "American! are a net of <1?d fools." Tut, tut, you shouldn't swear so bad If General Wih-on dies threaten to blow the order to h?It and d?n. That's nice for a man who wants to be Mi nister to England. Don't Throw Away a Vote.?Put it where it will tell. Remember that though there are several tickets in the field, the issue is between two of them. Take a position somewhere, or you will find yourself nowhere before sun down. Vote early. Pretty Ptro.no.?The other night, at a Se ward meeting in Troy, a colored brother want ed all the citizens present to swear on the Bi ble to support the ticket. We wouldn't believe them then. The arch agitator would swear to any thing. Vote early. " Creeping and Burrowing."?The Cheva lier Webb of the Courier, says there is a good deal of "winding, and creeping, and burrow ing," going on among the politicians. We know it; but, electors, don't be badgered out of your votes. Vote early. Lager Bier.?Germans! the liberty which you have enjoyed in the drinking of lager bier since the fourth of July is all a mockery. Trust to your enemies, and by next fall every keg will be seized and wasted. This is a vital ispue. Swi Ixiger I Vote early. Encouragement to Quiet Voters.?The prospects for-pcaccablc people at the polls to day are better than usual. The Mayor has inude arrangements for a strong police force nt each votiDg place, and we hope they will do their duty teariessiy. vote euny. The State Senate.?Unionists of all par ties, look to the State Senate. Next year either an enemy or an ally of Seward will bo returned to Washington by the votes of our Senators to be elected to-day. Vote early. Thubi-ow Weed Getting Pious.?The Alba ny Evening Journal talks about a ticket " innde up l>y the friends of personal and religious free dom." Truly the devil is growing fond of holy water. Vote early. ? A Commentary on the Maine Law?The oceans of foreign and imported liquors that will 1 e consumed by thirsty voters in their ardnom and patriotic labetrs of the day. "Landlord, fill a (lowing bowl." Vote early. To the Inki kotors or Eijcction.?The law of the lust session of the Legislature makes it a misdemeanor, punishable with fine and im prisonment, to canvu=s the votes out of i,he or- I der laid down in that act.. Vote early. Tin; I'm/iH ok To day?It in i-aid that the t ut- i xpended iu this city in the present cam p;'ign cx?:< cd by threefold the estimated value ol "tlx prizes. "Whom the gods wi-'i to des troy tliny first make mad.*' Vote early. 'Jots is TitK Qr khtion !?Is there nation iliiy enough in t ns State to del. at the corrupt Sewind coalition ? Or niHst the star p toglcJ lifti r. r V struck to the black Hag of lieu-ton and intolprurec? Vote early. In vockath Wilms ? The straight whig . tl??? live wbigp, the old whigs, the Webster und Fillmore whig*, the South-rn whig* expect you to make n rattling among the Seward fu -'on dry bones before rundown. Vote early. OnoNi.:.TS ok Pboiiiiiition ?Look well to jour Senate and Assembly candidates. On them depend the repeal of the law. Vote far no man whom you do not know to be sound. Vote early. Tin: Canai.3 are Ba.vkklft!?Who begun it? Governor Seward. Who flni?bed it? Guver nor Clark. Think of this at the polls to day. Vote early. pKR-oys INTERESTED IN THK LtQL'OR TraOF. will 1c rareful where they put their votes 'o day. It i? a struggle for life or death. Knt d( vie or (a'i ile C'roton. Vote early. Tiik Mii.l Tax.?This direct tax was levied to pay for Seward's election schemes, and if hi ticket succeeds wc shall have another one. Pon't forget that. Vote early. Stated rREACBlNO.?The " little villain" of the lesser Seward organ spoke ut Sandy Hill last Saturduy. Where's B. F. Butler? Vote early. A Few Attn Lie.?Thurlow Weed says that the New York Jlnui.D concedes the election of the Seward ticket. That is not true. We can't tell till after election. Vote early. Vote Eari.y!?Bring up all your friends Give one day to your country. God and lii?er ty ! Vote early. Jiikjf. for Yoi rhei.k.?Write out your own county tickets. Don't he deceived hy Flagg reform humbug. Vote early. Comptroixer Fi.aoo has wasted the city money and doubled the taxes. Scratch him! Vote early. The Road to Shame?A democrat going to the polls with a Seward ticket In his pocket. Vote early. Germans.?Your lager bier is in danger, l.ook out for your tonic. Vote early. Who Passed tue LiquoR Law ? Vote early Let Order Reion.?Prepare your ballots quietly, go to the polls quietly, deposit your votes quietly and quietly return bome. Wait for to-morrow morning'B Herald to see the re sults, and be thankful that the agony is over. Vote early. A Had Case.?A candidate on the negro county ticket offered to bet that he would be elected. The unhappy man is strictly watch ed and a commission dt lunalico inquirendo will be issued for him to-day. Vote early. The Canal Finds.?The question of the management of the canal funds is mixed up with the seven State tickets in the field. Tax payers, sift them thoroughly before* voting. Kogucs about. Vote early. Straight Voting.?Every party man who believes that the salvation of the constitution depends upon the success of his party, should vote a clean party ticket. Vote early. Free Labor and Freemen?Sustain them against the odious Seward liquor law despo tism and their spoils cabal at Albany. Vote early. Twenty Thousand.?Conservatives, the Seward oracles count upon a plurality of twenty thousand for the Preston King ticket. Stultify them. Vote early. Thibty Thousand.?Know Nothings, from a count of thirty-six counties it is estimated that you can carry the State hy thirty-thousand plurality! Bring them out. Vote early. Councilman Wild.?We are requested to say that the supporters of Councilman Wild desire his opponents to meet them fairly and candidly. Vote early. Push on the Column.?The Sewardites are in the Malakoff?they have the State offices?but they can be routed. Courage, and the day is wod. Fush on the column. Vote early. The IIerai.d Plan for Election Day.?A short leader for the old fogies, and a broad side of shrapnels and Minie bullets for the young politicians. Vote early. Vote for the Best Men.?The county offi ces are very important. Never mind party. Select the best men from all the tickets. Keep cool. Vote early. A Flag That Should Not be Carried.? The expenses of this city have increased under the Comptrollership of A. C. Flagg at the rate of two millions of dollars a year. Vol' early. Look to Your Ballots.?The city is flooded with spurious tickets. See that you get the right nameB for the right offices, or your inten tions will l?e thwarted. Vote early. Apvice.?Vote carlY?vote promptly?vote fearlessly. The right is heaven born, and we arc called upon to exercise it but once or twice a year. Vote early. TnE jhVe ? hi us are coming out today. |f they prove stron^ ? ? ?--o-) yuwj correctfr, the State is redeemed. Forward! Vote early Firemen!?Vote early, so that in case of a call to-day you may be at full litierty o go. Vote early. Fifty Thousand.?Soft shells, remember Job a Van Buren's prophecy of fifty thousand plu rality, and walk up. Vote early. ? ert Good.?The litilluloConner says "the symptoms of delirium tremens aie already manifest in the republican party." We early. A Nsw and PutfAMT)! Book. - Max MaretjeVs lone promised revelations of the mysteries, intrigue- plots and financial scheming connected with opera m-agement In this country, will make its apissaram-e out the mid die of this month, from the press of Sum i?! French. it is raid to he exceedingly spicy and amusing f II of cu rious disclosures and edifying sketches of lift not only behind liu' btforc the curtain, many distinguished and influential personage- being intioduced wh ?? il?;an>i tastes hare brought them in'o close cont .yith the a<"-ir and buskin. If the renowne 1 ck./.u r,? . ,)nly wield* hi- pen witii the ;nme off hand skill (hat lie <Uc? bis baton, we diall hav??a book that will make a nob*, even if It diould not produce harmony. City Iiiltli'^t-nrt. Kirk i> Cuntox Ktw.it?About hall past 7 /cl ick ou Sunday night a Are was discovered to a small I til. b?d rocm on the second floor cf No 173 Clinton Mr, occ i jiietlfcy Mba Fmci- J. O-nkllu. It appear-. ihiV U'ss ' ' nhlln *r pre jar it g to go to church, P. I Tin! into tbeb'droom wi'b n light ill her hard, top. : h ret itmh. '?'he thinks that i? Borne way she aoci-leutally . ;'.??* to her clolht < hunglng over her trunk. Mr. <;.-.>r t -',nk I ii rushed into tie room und tried to "moMi" th- lli<?, nil in did j n It burned UN ban*!.- ai.rl Ii i li * Cinklin ir.it i j. fairs lo get snine Water, wliccolli p ?1' wnafoill lite httil vis- so gn at lha' it t li-teim! h?r faci? v ry badly. The (lie Wc cxttngd ?he*J nihintthe ill 01 the l ie t'epaitmcnt. Mi-s ConkllD e 'i-nate; her ! ? pi nbi at Sl.'iO : do iam \ me The build' ' lv ) ?: ,< 1o )? lira KbeP ili*. an'1 is Inm? rd In the New V :-ti'a ble IiiMiienre Co. to- {..,0(0 ; it M damaged about PI'.). 1 ,Fi in llURXVKilTH :.tkikt.?Alioot one o'clock yoo terdsy utnrrdi g a flic waa di covered in the cellar of * rear tirao: house at No. 108 Wei Thirty ti"ihem. The cellar li.is licen u e 0! Ute lor ? horse stable by Mr. Muinn, and the Ore O.igiuated among some h..y i.e r ihe horse lull ILe loir- ? w -u-ed, end ti e i e ex ili'guieh' a befuie it (lilt much riiitnsge. The family of Mr. I'e'er Hcrnmlng, who occupied itoms Imue l.vclf over 'he stable, r ere much f- igt.tor id, and und- tbi ic escape into the street iu their mgh* clothes. Kirk i\ Tnir.TT sixth Ktrktt?Tiirek Horm> IH uvkk to Ioaiu.?At a litile after tiro o'clock yesterday i ? .rniuf, the rtul le in the rear (,t No. lilft West Thirty ? x li s ie t, belonging K> Mr. Issue Manning vra.i di enve-M ? n tire. Every effr.it was made to rescue the hor?e van I eight not of the elt ven w.tro go; out, three ai re ? i? i'i ; th, and tan , fih i-e taken out were severely i> mod. Mr Manrii g, on r< tting to the *'aMc, tlr*t iti -?oVe ? | the 4o- In 'hi hay Idt A? nohghts had be n - - ? ah die tinmises, the ho- e. being led l eune (lark Mr. M. ilsfled ? hat t he Cie i? the w ? o nn incendta, lleestl routes his I ' at about $ . 00 ' and no im inn ? Irs May- r ami mi! T.ini i:r Corpami..?A a ???n*. tl ?liing, the targ.-t romp-mies linve obeyed t'-e Mayor's order and have inlermiitod their e*our?i u. mril ilin elect ion is oyer. We noticed, however, *?-.?>,' inpi nies cut }e?terdey. am- ng 'lie s t n' E-.-n. d " the*' Van Velvet lii.ards" nnd the " H dm d? " the last in nd, i ft.e body f men W? m.. - ,nttnat ihe h:i !.ti(n hud a -j.ee vl penalt lr u M -vi Wn nl. ( i.en- ? ( nu l ie Mayor autlc-riso the riola' ? n * a law r h i Mi 1 T< v FT).?1b( ly ,f a (It. ar. d mtn wai? found lying 'n the Jn.-ey -h--re, near l-'ort lee X. d. Item, alt (. forty yearn ot and sppen-i i i . low. leen 1( up P the water. 'Mm :;.p"sranc? inM>i < 'lit he l.ad been - mplnyed o* b ?. to ^ me hrl-V ?h .... 1 or her Ii f- in r. Vn n sy N - bttd by aj.plying Ab-ahau Cat lock. (- ??(?tier, Km' 1 e- V, J. Xiv Vet v iMiWPiTY ?A luee'lng of the "?c:ili dders of the N- v Vork IUlnrsiiy ?*? hel l yejionlay monnng, pmruant 'o nellt? r...( *he llont g name pan 'emeu in re elected to the g-itr.uing council fo thrin li.ig fiutyeara:?tiardiner .- in H.li , .Ism-- 1 ..in Men di.s c. Ijutton, Alex. W His toid, i-raneis Hall. H-omit lerox Kenwdy An hum 'helps. Myndett VsnS-lwtck. (iter (lie huniired shares of ?rock were repreaen'eI in he ini-etitg. Krotn the chanedl r's rcjiort It appoa'C the Coiterslfy I# in a tbri lny c -ndltl'-n <?[.*,-islly in the mi I'.ical - f j artroent. llio i;-.-Unian clar- tills year w is unusually large A Wa.MiRRIMI M-o-TV.-1 -iVkirBOARD?Vest' ? sy nf ev n. on, as the outh ferry bo,' Curlew was mi her ssi front the South ferry to AtlUnHo treet, s Juien e?e--H- u player managed to haek hlm-elf off the "tern of (ho boat into the ilrer. On beating the a-srm, Cap'sin I'oweU liumi0lately caw 1 the engine h- be ret ?S). and the hreboat tlir eswn orer and manned. Tbe II" e dlow was, however, picked up by tbe erew of a pas ing slo.,p, and transfe.ied to the c ue ?f tbe ferry rr.?n. r h , af er gr tilng him in gw.od shape, ent him on hi. way. A|. thouxb the boy o* B"t kn'w W to swim, I e i; a" : it the water d r three o. four n in jtes. until j ' ke ' up Coianion Pleas?'Ucnsral Term. I'efure II n. Judge, Ingrshaui. tVly and U i. off, Vnv, h ?-Tti# r'onrt rr^t hut ofMiiw 1 no* T'n^yt^ th" I'll? idjoUtMd "Vff In krintk^ in 11,