Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 30, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 30, 1856 Page 4
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Cflmmfiff or the Port of Sew lor*. The quantity acd vaJueof eer -a u article* imported ;du Urn port during the | ut wetik, were %b follow* ? CvlMMJUH kOV TH1 POKt Of N H Yultl 24 250 J6 20 577 23 ifuan B'ltllta 14 Beoka 77 iwtketa 14 Brut hex 11 Button* 45 Chceae 193 toll, e, ba?t 9,227 CbM 424 Coal 7,026 ? I 'rug*. Ac. ? Aaoacouia... . 26 A loon SI Biea. powder. 101 Borax 30 Boiae. acid. . . 200 Bicarb, aoda.. 42b Chickory 120 Calomel 10 Cochineal . . . . 15 Cum daman,. 26 ?aml'oge .... lie. root OptuBD., Pruae >au Kmv. bark., w. v. ?Btimo'y Quinine 69 ?od* aah 188 Sal aoda 300 pyewocds, &c. ? .AgolB. 15 ?eimilion. .. 12 Logwood ? male '-'04 J-?c.. dye 21 CMors 91 Ova 18 Iiatted do... 172 Olive do SO fed do 90 Far la wtnte... i'J) n utu? Cur rait* 140 Bkuc'-a 140 Rngra^ing*. . 4 ??aery Earthenware. Itoty g'*ods. FanMure Fmn rtn ? Pwx ? Hemp 4,197 Cm Oxturee. . 7 ?1?.?k 78 Ctaaa ware... t8 (Haat plate.... 101 ?tee 13 ?air 6 3 34 400 26 3 Injur $ , 015 14.? i0 1.079 3.5'S <l 801 3,714 127,776 19,091 22,178 28,547 1,254 421 1,332 864 1,628 341 6.916 6S4 330 7S8 18 737 2,633 13.51 tJ 2.429 11.261 6.2f 3 1,121 3,316 1,491 3,247 2,117 2,39 e 1 .491 r.oo 14 576 1.000 2. 80 1,384 ? 0 25 181 61 13 160 2 20 U 966 8f 4 64 ' cloth.... I gooia... VtlCi <ir !mv kit* V t<i i i'ultu lewclry 11 Oil piloting? . a Ujuors? Alo Beer (iifl , Porter fcl5 Hum .o WhLdkey Id leather t;5 latent 4 Bj?ta ^ *l:oe*. 5 Dreaaed tkiDH 24,. Undressed do. Metal gooda.. Brae* do 1,493 Copper ore . . 1,510 Percus'n Jap*. " " Sheathing Catlcry 81 Hardware. . . . 265 Guns 34 Iron, tone 1,136 l'ig, ioni 100 Chaioa 69 Hoops 2,843 Railroad ....1,765 Sheet 4,137 Tibe 670 Wire 616 Need tea 22 Nil la 259 l^ad.pig*... 12,966 Steel 2,087 Saddlery 6 Tin (plate). .14, 098 Maebinery.... Tl Molassoe 767 Paper 14 Pertutcery.... M Pipes S Platter 46 J Hags 62 Katttn ., ? Salt ? Spica* 64 Soups 33 Sugar, hfct ..2,PW6 Do. Ota A.bagp -M?M Stationery 84 tobacco 1,279 To> a 85 Wale tea 41 Wines 400 Champagce . 7,0J9 W#od ? Mahagony.... ? Cork ? Tappan ? Willow ? Lumber ? Flooka 186 Waste 46 >1 inatr'a atkal do. 4t)0 I 282 2,053 960 30,493 13.842 1,423 IS, 478 7.669 46 C93 55,290 1.465 4,255 1,(63 13,775 1,098 1,362 2,432 12,791 2,154 6,921 470 111 HOC 2,000 614 194 11,46^ 5,37? 1.000 1,709 34.123 2 sao I,2o6 45,76< iot;,;>4o 7,04 b 1,8*8 644 470 3.0C0 38,702 36,831 8,961 63,631 2.068 5,132 6.490 12,207 17,S3t 11.36$ 5,069 8.1 >8 3.503 81,761 38,201 ! ,4 47 71,401 2,56.1 24,277 2,383 6,060 6S5 400 1,256 1,012 13,493 3,lt J 1.111 223,068 10 078 II,781) 22,4.',.' 3.34K ai.oa'2 4,517 36,tfu3 2,900 1.338 700 3.274 3,875 2,520 513 Graad tota! $C, 670, 580 ?jbe quantity and value of eeruun article] etporiel rem ihia port during the paat week were a* folic wa ? ail or m Pot* or Nxw Von*? Wxw.lv ExroaT*. Quant U, Hale . *''6 Floor. bbla. 5.089 , bu.190, J3l , bu?. 221, 737 Iba. 68,348 OkneH. caae.. 1 hm. <"oib, ca. 10 Total ! ; YWiPOOl. rait ??.. Quan/. $5*. 67 4 I -ogwood, Ids. 285 34 801 Rotiin, b%ia. .1.675 9M,9M Urd, lbs. .219,816 151. fi54 Ppermotl, gala 156 6,384 Clocka, atLS , 17 1.000 Stave* A, 620 8.476 Valu* *:.,387 *: 710 30,774 277 676 14,549 . 4603.4*0 Floor . bbla 1,C00 ?re, bb!s..? 211 Bark bale*.. 607 CHI cake, tna 129 Briatiei< cks. 6 Bomeetica, be 10 ItUl icaooM. $7,063 Rubber. C".-. 69 ft o: Cloth, ca 22 13.35* I>ry gooda, et. 2 7.862 1'eari aah bbla 26 2 072 Sp. oil, gal. 6C, 211 1,903 $136,272 Wheat, boa.ll VC1 Cora 6, DO outaccw. $17,860 lot in, bJla 4,890 Kayeu . aso b;w $600 347 Total notr, bbla . . 60C ?nt at. bus 16,071 Wood pea.. 4 Mae*. ! be .11,243 Toi.ar -o.balee 40 Wbone, lb*. 4, 448 Bair,ca ^1 urn, $3,787 Ralatns, bxa. . im oila, ca.. Bopa, balea. . Jewe^y, ca.. I>ry gocda.... Hponge. bale*. Other uucle*. 24.741 300 1,100 996 a,660 000 1^40 614 4 86 1 10 3 .$23 697 $342 6"3 2.C43 1,058 3,963 1,7*5 1,481 147,526 FVror. bbla.. 2. 040 WWat, baa. .1.316 Mai... $13,909 2.236 SUvea .15,300 Beef, Mis ... lO Pork 1,102 T?ai narniw .n? >a. $1,193 lUmt, 16* . . 6,4wO 17,27$ FVmr bbla ... 401 Wheat, buafc.l ?* CMum>, baj<*. 104 Varaaih, bW*. '4 Orxiuwtica, be 33 E?, ogw 1 bxi 200 J a* p. bale* 20 bot.ee, hh.:? , 19 Droga, oaaaa. 2 Marble 1 Total, BUNK* $2,430 Rtata, bbio .. 614 W atone, Im.4,P"0 Tobacco, hbd. 1 Kuraitare. ke. llxi k* ra?ee. . H?pa. bale*. . t. 341 4 56$ 462 1 212 $40 19 f 60 1 600 D'ti applea.bbl '2 3/0 Cedar, wecea 664 106 Oar* 1*4 20$ $1,241 .$17,415 $391 $18,840 $1,094 3, t4., 161 l.!>0< 50) ?30 1,200 3,400 130 .$.7,029 Cotton. bal?a. 166 I R coeds, cm ~?3 ?Mm, I bli 1,7 *0 M Oil uu, <4.. 2 Vabaxo, baa . M BAMKI S/l. $0 2!K> Kdapplaa.bbl 100 y6,*24 Pi oieo to, b tgt G43 -,50(? I .of wood. Uioa 217 1.0 U .ofw'd.bxs 600 360 eio Toui i, bu?.i7,m it, bbla. . 600 ?MOB :ba..ll.roo I*rd 6.663 LardoU (Ala 7(7 Oatoar bar- 120 PWBLEp CM* 1 3 b. bit*. . 47 invnr. $27,000 ftum. M>lf .4 204 I- wood. Ions tlO rim^n'o, bt(* 2C0 Oaodlaa. boxaa 6 FoaUc. too*.. 16 1,6*0 iTufl, CUM.. 5 600 Mabofaiy, ?i Hi t 600 Slam 12,-00 1,602 a. ooo 1,2:0 MO 799 r. bbi\ loi r* ub a j tafwooV tons 86 WVboo#- lb*, 4, 9$$ Baata, bbla. 2,601 kKjn?H Floor, bbto.. 9, 690 Bfl 1-9 Fbrk *22 lard. Iba ...2 X i talkrw... 1,4-0 Barilla, too* . 10 Oakam, baira. 130 If, <*.... 16 9700 s?i>.turp.,bbto. 76 746 H'dware. Oa t 6 1*6.1 !H*?oa 6,400 2.666 1,991 Tola' itoktb an i?,' w muw. $4f,,7?0 Tea, cbeata . 660 2,797 Tobacco, bbda lu [?,'? % leather, tide* l'*< ;,C. Hread, bbto.. 1,100 44.; Omeot 200 fOD Tobacco, ;b*.ia,S?62 467 1,000 Total Floor, bbla... 734 Oara. baab... :,00 Maai, bbla .. 600 Ftorft 40 ar.lb*. 4.?.*1 ...1,6*7 OadOah ...17,iii0 Wtao.raaan. . JO Total ?arruoi van iron. ?6, 4. .6 Ala, bbla it ? Umaal, puna 40 Tobacco, hbda. 3 Snap, bona... 30 liay. baloa ... 60 <>*?? 39 Fiab, bbla ... 10$ 226 2,913 761 979 M 6*6 429 91,loo v,400 4.072 2, Mi 669 616 ?S.736 2.64; 1,?9 416 1(6 1.000 1,71-4 *9 .$62 789 $1,299 216 6?0 $11,740 IMH 1/-40 1,2 <W 3>;4 200 uh $76,664 $'.46 611 402 113 110 S.700 t-rrra wmr twpim. ro or bbto... 606 64 i Oara, bub . 200 Mtai, bbla .. . at Fort 1*2 ?Mtar Iba ..1.644 Urd 2 ,*39 Ofctoaa, bbla . T7 ftartlw. bia. 40 Laaibar txlaa 74 Mai Dotnealioe. ba 9 160 Rico. bbla.... 102 $9$ Tobacco. Iba. 7,901 1 166 Bread, bbla.. 191 446 tiao lk'fa, bia 2 263 Karnitore, oa 21 S?Hrar*. b*a . 27 iiaao. box ... 1 211 144 162 .916,167 9216 l,10ri MM 991 I 660 fVi 671 I $29 .$ii.?io ! ,99.. 11? Pa . Iba... *2. *47 A?t lav . ra 16 IMn'ttra. ba 10 Im bbla . . 100 Wrm'n 100 FW bbto.. 1 164 Maal. 90 Baaf.. 10 Pork WO r, lb? 2.4 a 9*\ La-d...... ..9 1 4? n^#. rot la . 32 Tobaaoo hferta 6 Btoa 'Ma ... 16 ?Nad ....... 197 Carxilat. bia M$ Oorffltb. Iba 21,212 Ftob bbto.. 209 Laatbor. ?ld?a 76 Dry good*, c a $ UU4. $6,270 Pile* 100 6,9*6 Atoabol 26 lA?u Clooaa. < a 31 Danwax, Iba. 1.406 400 T$9 1,$$$ i - ?M tM,?, $17,623 p j? *v h warr ivtnat $? '111 Umpa oa ... 9 716 1. K gooda .. 31 200 ?of*r, boroa M I.M Wtata. 190 676 Marhioary, oa 2 11* Cofloa, ha<* 49 ? 793 t>rnft. caa'-a. 1.1 966 IWrdvar* . . A 1 ,04a kc?, pt(a .. :t6 190 Potabow bbla 67 924 i*andy , caam 20 691 Trunka .... M7 T74 Htta oa??a. . (o ?79 Porfbao ry . . 6 200 Hhooa 21 966 Tr >cka 00 Total $31,936 Fork, bbla... 4 Bam* iba . 13 OPT Mlrt.... 2.1't Urd 23/it fUif* cot i? . ll 0BFP*r. caaaa 10 Bar') war* . . 306 Ba*|? 16,000 6,612 An. ma r coal. 90 Fk>'>r, bbto.. 209 Maal 846 Jtoar. $7 iba.. 12,676 .... ..3,2*0 lard <6,036 Pry fooda. C. 6 Bardwara ... 2s Rica, wa 1ST Station j, boi 1 Obrrfaya 1 Ttbaoco hbda 9 ?rtad, bbto 379 FVrar. bbto... 48 Data, bbto .. >00 Tobacro, bbda 69 era*. $2 1 Tobaoeo. IM.2,(NM R ea, uarcaa . 120 Kb. oil. gum. 420 0 aaawarn . . 10 f aadl?a, bxa. $0 i> maatica, ba 0 wb mi. g.u. t,*H3 1 rubber, bbto 7 1.649 '.'62 $23t 261 l."0* 2 317 604 7,6:# 2.614 $1.4:9 $,919 410 1.314 600 $679 676 1 416 4 719 146 246 $,069 699 Total $26,049 nno Cm llaa, brt ;?40 $096 Ctaaia, matt 400 466 8 100k* k h'la 1,200 1,600 Matibea, ca h too Hoopa 9,750 264 Pork, bbto . . 6f. 1,630 Cbatta, Iba .7,400 740 lirnktra bd? i?t l,$69 Cod flab, lb* 12,600 MXi Marb'f, ?... 35 2,444 Hoopa 9,760 264 total $27,66" anurj. 1279 l?o?a*tlrt. o*. 20 3 010 Ijo ttb*r, ft,. 33, 349 10.207 $2 000 1,1W ? $17,634 A*rrfn?r* FVwr, kM?..1,6M $tO, J?a Htni. lb*. . .!>,6>0 6f-$ Twine, hdls. . 90 424 Rtee. bblg. . . . 126 1.?'4l Sbooks SM 1 M" 1 liosiu -00 i.10 S'arcb, tin*.. 710 $.621 Pr?r*, ?*???? ^ 1,126 Sugar, bblS.- 6b0 10,). >9 Gofks b*s.. II 213 Yob too?, lbs. 5,247 $14 MatCkCS, bxi. 30 31>) nmi t. Ten, cb(?it?. . . SO $1,314 Bread, tour. . 500 600 Fa;?or, bales. . 310 284 U?|*, pk*.. 13 700 Board* '2,010 8J8 t Art* 3 135 < image,... . 1 400 1 jrnitare.pltj 58 1,000 "toves. . 15 220 UMware ax*. 41 1,475 ToUl *39,430 Fluur, bbU....l,?5t $10,3C6 r?rk VM 13,7C8 Uutter, lbs....5,C44 923 Ura 17,966 2.589 Tobacco, bbds 7 l.SfS K .ice, bbls 85 962 I>rugs, cs 27 629 Bags, bu 18 2,209 Soap, bss 1,476 1,773 Sugar 23 613 Total Flour, bbls. .. 607 Lar4, lbs... .6,288 I >o me 6 tics, ba Kosin, bbls . . . Matting, roita. MM, hags. I. R. goods, cs. Cain) ten, bxs.. Taper, reus... ToUl (iraxHi total. 00 112 60 20 1 18 600 CoJQah. ibs. 36,960 91,478 Fiait, bbls.,.. 26 ) 1,<50 l>ry goods, C4. 2 268 Dry do 3 908 Beef, bbls 10 105 Hans, lbs .... 2 ,2 39 267 Hardware, os. 26 330 Tobacco, lbs . .1,626 215 I?meitict, ba. 0 680 141,238 6 $212 2 220 ?1 428 1 450 60 1,674 2 175 100 119 50 375 KRA/.IL. $6, ~M) ? i unny bsgs, b 635 Hates >,614 Tva, ohoits... 179 Shell 420 H'dware. cs.. 210 1. K goods.cs. 2*0 Bre.nl. tots.. 239 Matches, cs... 210 ,,..$16 940 .$1,309,390 Theatrical, Kulcol, &*. >*ar or Mcbk ? The ??b!?c are piw.tivety amurel this * ill be the last night ul the opera ?n.sun under tbe dirwiiton of the great mo **ro, Maretzelr, for whose txne i ttttfae ptr orta*DCe takes place. The tiat and most awe : centfui opera of the day. "The Star of the Nort i," 1< the pci.ection lor thj occasion, and all tfci artists, iocUliog ! .n^ratt:*, w'U contribute tbtlr aid (Guards giving t?? m a mitible manager the bumper tc vrhich he Id ho oral arCLtly entitled Niuto's GaRI'Bs. ? Auber b fine ?>pera of "fMa?*.nitHo'' -S to be repeated by the ijnrir.au opera company this vv? uicg. We took occasiod in yesterday's )>*ptt to men ; tion the admirable manner in viich this pieee was per i form< d tor the first time on Sssirday, and have reason 1 lor believing, now that the artr?*ii have becost.e easy ir llitir ditlorent characters. that <t will be rendered la a mill better n> le tbm evening. Tl.e tickets are only t.ftj cents each; uo wonder the bfl.se w always well QUod. BiiorcfUM'D Bowkry ? "F*- ed" i? now alt the rage. It starts us in IV. lice, t<;rc vhere we will. "Drtd'' tiai b?n undcrliner-l on Uie I'llis at tome ha f a dozen placer o' ami setrn nt since Manaper B ougbam announce* his mtectioL oi bringing it out a. his theatre, wbi. h annosice tcent be tutnived last eveoicg. and with such success as to tnrtui e him to aLnounc; r. lor repetition for an ia.d?U mie nod. The "Waodc.".ng Minstrel" w the cfler p'ece. BrkToM f Saw Tukatw ?Manager Burton utd hla ' talfi.u-d auTiharien, Mr. a3d Mrs. liaveuport. MifS Mar shall. Mrs. Howard. Mrs. -itughtf, Messrs. Fisher, I'la cule. Moore, and a host ?taer favoritea, are toapi?ar u> nivlit in tfarve eztellea; pieces. ??., tbe thnltag play ?X "The Witch Wile," anil the laughable larcei called ??Twice Killed " and A U, and for an Oliver. ' i'oople ?.re ctr a n of having toe 'oil value for their maoey at this liou&e Wauack'k ? Mr. Rour?j;? lift's dashing ooia?dy of 't>(>ndon Asaurabue" is to l?a repeated to night, with the sacne strong cast, vlx t*c author as I>i/.zle, Mr. Waloot aat'tr Uarcourt. Mr. Uteres Charles. Mr. Blake as Mod die. Mr*. Hoey as I.i Jy l-*y . Muw Agnes Robertson as l>ra:e and Miss t.annou as l' trt. Tbe amoaemeots will 0[^ci with tbe charming little a!l'alr|called "jllily," In wtuch Miss I'.obt rtscn plays the heroine. CkaiiRiiJts Stkki.t Tmkatuc. ? Those immense favorlet, Meaacs 1 . U. Chaofrau, Mr. loJ Mrs. l?dy, Mr. R. John i ton, Ui*i Kaymond and otfcnr talented artists are to ccmbite their energies this e&?niog, for the purpose af giving tbe frequenters of lh.s popular establishment a treat aoldom equalled. Tbe selections consist of "The Peop!eV I-awyer," "The First Kirtit'' and the drama of iounae a tor eft styled tbe "liell linger of Boston. " HiHxm'e Aural' >!? Mini s- The interesting drama of "Jeask*. or the Wanderer i He tern,' which baa proved so very tweressful In the able hauds of Messrs. C. W. Lmtkc, Ua^away, Brugaan and Lcvlck, M>s Emily Mestaytr, a*: , Is annouaoed for repetition to night, with U,e admirable !?rce of "John Joues." ? Romance under I'ifficultifs ao4 "A Kias m tbo Dark" are to be played In the afu-rnooci. "Dred" Is underlined bote. BRoanwAV '.'xt;n"!*v ? The Woo4 k Marsh juvenll? conediatis are to make their second ap,varasc? to night .n Uie pleas'ng miWary comicality enutlel "The Invm Mhlee." That r>ecuHar compound o( good nature and wtiisasicabty, Matter Ueorge, has au a lmirabio part in thlspte e ils have aUo tbe accompl shtd Muses iouise. Mary, i arrte, Julia andkiallie. and Master Waldo. "Faint Heart Kcver Won Fair Lady" is the hrst|>iece. r*j. UmiT inn Wood's M:jmiii> ? Notwithstanding the acnouueemmt ibat anndier veraioc of " l'red " la In preparation, it is doubtful a hetber Uie?e philosophers would Ond it U> their pecuniary interest to bring it out at present, particularly while thotr great monkey piece of ?? Wtflo " proves so attractive. Tbe latter will b? re peatea to night, with songs, uc. Bi ? kix\ '? "Jtki-i are still baakmg In tbe sunshloe of puiiiic laror, Uiai.ks to tbslr unusually One m isical abiiiucs, tbeir gallant enterprise and their last great bur le?ise of " Uar it anna." In addition to. this amusing burlesque, they tender a variety of tbeir best met >di?v dances &c., for tt.c svemcg. Still anther version ?( " ''red " l.J underlined at tbls to ne. Pf , i\r> Mi 'uBv with thsir Campbell Minstrels, app ht to have rr.a 'e a lucky move m l'?:ating Uiumselves at Aca.lt my Hall. Tbe managers of ibu troupe have no superiors m their peculiar l oss. Tbe dance called the " Usance of old Virgin, y ' and tbe -? tummsrset Jig are two of Ibe most mfUcuit and at the same time ludi crous anl comical itals Imaginable. W Mormon* on Btantlayr. TO THE E1ITOR OF TBI HEIALD. New You, Sept. *>, 1155. 1 ?u * try much utoowhed in seeing an article in tbe colnmc* of the Hik-ild U this mornlnc. beaded "Insturb ance at tbe Mormm meeting,'' staling thai while 1 was addressing tbe meeting lact evening, at Drojla' Auem blT K <???, on polygamy, fcc , a young mio arose aui called nc a liar, kc. A more wilful and malicious bood wa' neTer uttered. 7 b ere vai a congregation of mme three hundred pcrsrmaprcsent and listened to tbe diecourae wilt b rent I. leas flbnison. There ih not a w( rd uttercl by any cat In relation to the doctrine al ven-ed. No one areee In Uie meeting There was no tumult, nor ?ign* of any. neither waa polygamy men l.onrd. or the leant reference or ln?l3utt,oa* made rela lire to It during my discount, which wai from Rev , chap. 14. v ft ?n<i 7. All appeared well aatislled, and the meetinf throughout wm conducted and dismlised in a pteceful and becoming mmnrr. All present will b?ar i?*tim< >ti j t ? tbe ?ame. Why In it that nearly erery article pu shed in relation to the Hormone must be ? tleiue of falM booda and misrofsoenutions? I pronounce tbe author of tte article a bate ca imn.ator and faUiQer, and he dare not tn-el n.e or the < oogrrgmltoo and make tbe autementa ronia.ned la bia article You hare been basely imposed up<>n by sotns one. Justice to yourself, tbe Mormi na and the aommunity require* a correction of the aame W. I. iPPUBT, ol Utah. Mfeond Avrnae Railroad. TO THE EDITOR OP THE HERALD. Tbe atat> meat yon mad* la .Saturday morning'* H< RiU>, In relatKm to certain annoyance* In the Seoond Areene Railroad, notwattatanding tbe contradiction of tbe .-upennteclrnt. wa* correct ta erery particular. f'otll the cotnpany introduced the eleven can, purchased of tbe Brooklyn Railroad Company, which were put upon the road during tbe summer ;utt closed tbey did run tbe cm* from Harlem through without change, and a boat erery aria or *txth oar wa* run through on tbe op trip And I do loet distinctly deny that tbe car* running from > net j ifcoad street down hare been la th* habtt of wait eg *ren two recooda lor tbe Harlem aad Vorkrtlle cart. <m the t oMrary tbey bare been hurried off by the con durtora, to aro>d lakiag tbe tbroagb p*a*eagera One mot* of doing tb*. I* to "dropdown" u> wHJbln a abort d stance of Forty Drat (treat, no that lh?t ran fear* good headway when tbe signal i* given to start, aad a* the Har ? n. MM *< n?r?llv atop at forty third utrwt. paa ?et.g*r? ooeaeqnealiy Iut* *eariy two bloe.ks to walk. J D. ft PITMAN, Harlem IajIERTWAN t'lBrO'-.MAMCRR AT THE FAIR Or in* Aaa A> ai'Tirr**) Knain'j A**wi<rr.j.v ? | Notwlthataadiag the unpieaoaatn"** of tbe weather on ? Tt.urr'imy alt*raor?. tf** aader mentioned aerea ladle* contested f nr Utr baadenaae premium* offarod ? Mum Cell* M Rtevew*. of Senett. who wore a blaek eel ret barbae, drab retret skirt, blue aaafe aad bearar bat, and rod< a bay trouiag bonw M.** Cart line J<??t, MMk relret baa^aa. blark broad i .oil. nklrt ttraw bat with purple tnmraitg ."be r*4* a b ark ra iking pony, Mr* Mary L ilendaa, wore a black relvet bat aad barque, black tkirt. Her bone was a white faood chta ant. Mr*. Isaac A. Jone* wore a blark velvtt basqnt. blae ?kirt an >1 b< aver haf Sb" rode a dark bay pony. Ulan Sarah Jone* wore black skirt, ermine cape and atraw bat Rode r.L**aut pony M ?* Elixabrtb C. Miller?10 years old? wore bl*a rel vet barque, green silk nklrt and pink eaah. Mia? n?im .lone*, wore a blue dreas and black hat Rode a blark pony. ? 1 f i !<???> ' "ir. - m*"in>;tM <! M??^m lv n Wm. ChwMMi, L. Burton, t. M> t Ag?r amiA.d Bitmu -Uu^aJ. K*p >t i, Sf* T. S?'*l IntelltMrnre. Commodore Vr"nc!i rorr^t armed her? on !*jnday morning, in tbe atnamer rrnn Baltimore. He will hotrt hi* flag oa board the frtgaf t lawrence, and go out n ber as commander Of the ? iua4ron on tbe Bra/ I ?utl"n. The following a a corre<tliat of tbe nftlcen of th? ft lawrence ? taptam, J. B II 'til; Flint Mentenant. P V. Murphy- Second do , J. H Parker, Third do . J. I> Beall fourth do . Wm P Buckn??r Maater, Wm H.Mioarer; Turaer. fam iel Forrest ; Heet Mnrgson. Samuel Barring t'tn I'aMed Aaeii-tam Surgeon, ?;?orge Iieck AmUhi Surgeon, Francis I. (>alt, Passed Midsblpriaa, Wm H Dana, A C. Itard, Wen A. Klrkland, A J M ''artn?v Mldeb pwn, R L. Pbytn an, Roab H Walter* neorge ?* Shy reck, William K. Crane. Oommodoro'* BMTHsry, liforis b Brent; Boatswain Wm. Bmlth, 'Joiner, A?? Curtie ( arpefetar, Wm t. lalghton, Hall maker <*>-*$* TV) mas Tbe l *aHod States steamer engineer, I isuteaant ( />m maadlng I>ore'l, arffred here Saturday, with a detach mmt of mar.nes, indor rommaad of fjeo' A. W. Stark, ftf U< a, l*wr?Bc?.?iVor/WA ifer*4, S<f* 13 MEWS FKOH THE WEST HDIES. The Weather and Mines ? Efketo of the Late Wale? The Cuban Slave TrwIc^XarkeK Our flies ft om the West Indie* are from Kingston, ma'ci, to tbo 11th of September. An inquest bad been held at Nc wc0l)c ce the body of

the late Mrs. Colonel King, wben a rerJt'i wag delivered of " Involcnta>y manslaughter" sgaict'i Dr. Moss, of tbe Army Medical Depot, and Dr. Jopp, of tbe 30 tb Kegi mint. Tbe Pto^ie't Banner, of tbe 4tb Inst., contains tbe fol i lowing lUrns? The weather in tbe city, within tbo past two or tbree days, baa undergone a very favorable ohange; the beat has greatly subsided, and we hard bad a lew gentle showers. The murderer (ireaves, since bis confinement in the Middlesex jail, baa been regularly visited by tiro young ministers of the Church of England, who are doing all they can to bring him to a sense of hia awful position. The same journal of September 1, has tbe tollowing re view of the progress of the mines:? Tto intelligence from the Cfctring Cross mine continue* highly fltvorable. Tbe stopes are mil turning a good supply of ore of excellent quality, antl there are agaia about twenty tons of ore in preparation for thipment, of which the greater portion has been already dreeaed. We tiave net received any late Intelligence from Stam ford Hill, beyond the ftuct that the works were being pro see* jted wKb enogy. from Ukj Hope (silver lead) mine we learn with plea sure that the moat graUiying intelligence continues to tr s At Mount Balui (copper) the operations are bein^'pro secufcd with spirit by the few gentlemen who hav^ axso ciauri themielts* for the purpose of developing it*, mine ral treasure. the Trelawny PotL says ?Wo learn that several accl d<*ats 'ccurreJ at tea durtog the eqaall oa th? night or r.e ltth ultimo, Tbe sloop 1. R. K. oa her way from tbu fort to Inagut, was struck by a gate ef wind. oH Si I o dingo, and driven on tbe shore of Cuba. Oo tbe Sunday after, she left Cuba and proceeded oo bee voyage, and i arrived at Inagua oa the foHswiog Friday, where th? Captain Informs us he saw several wrecks, among tb?i-. the HaWax brifaattee Bessy, last from Kingston, ltden with run and pimento. TUB SLAVE TRADE OF CUBA. [From Ibe Kingston (Jamaica) Standard, Sejrt. 16 ] ? ? * ? ? K tr a most important question, therefore, bow It bap pens tliat m tt?e space of one iortnigbt there atiould be exported, just at \bis trine. from tbe single port ot Mver pool to tb* principal sugar exporting plaoei in tbe isUad of Cuba, machinery intended for this description of mi nuCacture to (be large value of at least &W,000, tbe oor responding vaVae of similar exports to the British sugar colonies, includeig Mauritius, being under ?dOO. The solution wbtoh our correspondent, who appears to be perfectly acquainted with ibe subject, gives to this problem, is tbe only rational one ef which It seems to ad mit. This machinery is intended for estates about to be established aod cultivated. High prices have given a stimulus to cultivation In Cuba, wboae superficial extent ot arable lot* is probably equa' to tbe su/nr supply of tbe world. American simulators are in the tleld, as other Americans have already been, and with eminent succe$?. All tbat is needed to secure success once more Is the re quisite supply of labor. .Neither Americans nor Spj uiards will be lasg deterred by any such difBculties. It it well knowa that the present slave population of Cuba is not more than adequate to the present demand, an 1 that even this supply must be kept up by periodical im portattons from Alma. How, then, are new plantations to be opened and profitably cultivated? Tbe answer is, wholly by tbe slave trade, which has notoriously, within the last few j oars fallen almost exclusively into tbe hau lj ot American traders. There is scarcely a slaver now ply ing between Cuba and tbe Mozambique whiih is not Ame rican owned, and in tbe majority ot cases American vanned. The only two slavers that have attempted a landing of slaves on the Brazilian coast for tbe last two years were Americans It is known that Ameru-ai? have already become considerable sn gar proprietors in Cuba snd tbat others are prepared to follow the sime course wben tbey can sec their way. it is by socb meanj that "Ibe app'e drops '' Now, assuming tbat this unusnil export of ma cbinery to Cube i?, as th-ro is ev?ry reason to beiieve it is. intended for the ?stsbl:3)<ment ot new sugar estates In tbat oouctry, and that this machinery must be wholly useless for st:< h a purpose unless there be simultaneously a suflloieni importation or slaves from Airica to al.ow ei their cultivation? we ask whether any and whit steps have been taken by the Brilist government to arrest ibis liagrant reopening of tbe slave trade on the part of Spam- We should like Afimiral Mr Uecree 1'ecbeil and Ixtrii Palmers ton to an iwr this question. Wesre told? or rather Parliament was told ? by tbe aol>le viscount, that tbe lirst lord of tbe Admira'ty ?as "extremely anxious" to employ come or the new gun boat* in tbe duly of blo< kading tbe coasts of Cuba against tbe slave trade. Some two or three months have expired since that apocryphal dec aratioo was made in 1'artU ment, bet neither have the gun boats made thslr appear ance, nor is there at tins moment a tingle prevoutive vessel up tbe coat t of Cuba So lar as tbe Briti-h govern ment i? concerted, there is nothing to preveut the lutro ductioo into Cuba, durtog tbe present year, of 10.000 stares, if tbe traders ran only get cletr, which they ma I u?ge to dc tabuualJy, of uie British cruisers oo Uie Afr can (vast. ?????? The Ikct hu been pub lis bed in All the American papers, lb?t contract* have been entered Into with (he fall knowledge of tbe Cuban Uovernment for the *upply of a very larre number of Afrii an slave* in tbe courae ol the Ciar Up to tbe middle of Jane upwards of 10,000 bail i en lauded, tad we believe we are under the mark when we itate that this number will be trebled before the AIM (Mvember next. Ia thtt. we ask. honorable to Ureal Imitate y ? I* It boneat or Just to tbe lirillth free co lonlee - Either England i* sincere ia h?r abhorrence of tbe tlavc l>a !e and in her deli munition lo put It down wherever international treaties almttof her intarfcreare. m la the ca?e in relation to tbe tyanlah slave trade, or ?ne baa plunged ber own coion i?a into ruin upon pretend* the BMt hj pocritlci.1 to which a great nation ever con descended. BIBB. In Klagttnn, Rev. Thomas I'rotueroe, a young and futhJul mimtt r of tbe <ie?,>el who, eleven mouth* ag>. arrived la the Island. Jd ihe urnc tows, B Klrkpatrlch, who for tbe iai Of teen yean tilled a most rerpoualble lituatioa In tbe acr vice of the Koyal Mall Company MAHMT?. K:vi.?'v, Jam S~pt. lc ?."luce our litt laeue bailnea* 1 baa been very dull, indeed we may reord the laat two weeks aa ur paralleled for inactivity, in every article coning nader our review, and tbe ta?k of making up a price current for tbe preaeat steamer ha* bean attended with mere dTOculy than ever befi>*a experience 1 by ua. Tbe almoet universal reply to our Itiqiiriee from ?ur beat friends haa heen "nothing to report." Broad continued to move slowfy at lua. , till withm a week xgo, a demand fiom the Navy induced boldtra to aak Ti? . which wv ?ahaenuently obtained for a few barrel* No foreign cow at mark?t. Home made continue* to be told at I ?>?. a l'Js. CodfUh ?A tale baa been effected at t>a. M. tor tierce*, and 1 1?. 'or boxee another sale iiaa niece b?en trade at lfia. for tie roe*, 16* for bza. and la. for halves KIouK? At auction a lot of iOO barrel*, damaged, aoid at 3V id. Tobacco ?A parcel of 40 boxaa was placed at lid a abort tin -e ago, ataca which advicea have taduaad holder* |o demand la. Na aalea to report. Wewa from Ihytl. TUT AJ. 9r POLtTICAL OKFKXDKM. f from tbe 'Magpt -n i Jam Stan lard. Sept. 10 ] A enrre potd?M. wrtuag from Aux C?ye*. by tbe laat aa tate* Uat Dm I mperor SVIooqoe had arrived there, and that the political trial* had commented . and adda, there waa no doubt that a great maay ol the political oflenden would be abot a* bin Majesty waa mcdh en raged agtmtt the conduct of the South. The intorroga t on of ibe pr tenner* had also commenced, but w*a con ducted la eecret, which, it wa* expected, would be r ,i 'routed with tbe evidence to be givaa apoa their tral before a tnilMary court. OMtury The I cm die Wttll v Ckrrmiclt aayi ? We recwd with regrrt the death of Mr Richard Wentnaoett, R. A Tne decaaaed emit waa wall known ar a acalptor He died on Monday, Se|4eaaber t, in N>uth Audley etreet. acad 12. Tbe l.nadia 7Sm*t September 10, aay* ? Karly on >ua<iay ?oru.of laat. at VaraMuth whither be had goae from l/nadon by aaa H>r a maimer trip, died -uddealy af na*inoatioa ef the heart, at the age of 74, the g<?ad old llrtiab *porUman aad aataraitn. Wm Yarrrll. Bha*i Maharaj Peag. the Mate prisoner at ftngapora, better kaewn aa "tbe (.ooroo, ar I'riaat of the rialhka, aad who waa the aagel aptnt of the laet atteinp' of the chief* of that nation for mastery ta tbe rutjaub, died at eoe o'ctoch oa Saturday, Jaly ? Dmtwi ttitb Fut* i* Macow, (?a?? W# le?ro thtourb private deopuKneaaad pa."*nger* who arrived by tbe 11 o clock Uaia laat night, that nar Meter Hy of Macon waa r lei ted by a uM*t deetr native cob narration oa Puaday morning laat The Ire broke out la au outbuild tag on an alley ruaateg eaat and waat through tbe anaare oppoeite Ihe Laaiar House. between Mai berry aad Cher ry street* All tba buiwiaga oa that aid* of the *quare being af wood, the flame* rpread with great rapidity, da a~J?yiag evary building froatliik' on llulbcry etreet. era braciag Waubfcatoo Mall at <?e aad and MLro hacker * ?tore at the other Oa f ourth etreet tbe Ira extended a erne* the alley, which divide* tbe aqua re Trom north to I eontb. aad took la tbe al?t Monroe Dank bulidlag, at which foint the Same* ware arretted, without damage to Mrosg : ft Wood'l *boe ?tore. which ia a-tiotniag From the drug ?tore, oa the aouihaaet corner. It extended o? Third etreet aa far aa tba Bank of Middle f.eorga, on the allay laat ? entiened The western half ol (he ?.,u*re, belag tub *tantially bu'lt of brick. e*< aped. excp' tbe building* on ' f ourth -treet, already aienti'.oel ? sj. ..n?v?A in. j VT< A Kmp BtfLDKR ik T(toint.*^-Wc rcgrrt to learn that ourfTtind fwcald McKay, . the king of ?hip hui drr*. haa feft obliged to call a me> ? n* of hi* era dftora. lbl* I* owieg mainly to h'.a called upon t) pay at once a large amount the rraaB of *n award agaiunt Dim n Fag'and, where ha ua# loat very largny ,n oon neotion with tho?<! who purcka?ed parte of hie ?lnpi W? tr uat bl* *u?pea*i'>n ia but temporary. At a me< tug of I hi* principal i redltora, held tin* wmlnr It w?* tooucht advi?abie to etato pub! i.ly that hu *-'*ett *fa ahba!ti', I and bl* property '* in inch a coadltloa that a very ?h->ri t me will be requ'rel to I'Tuldate*:1 hU 1 tbl! tie?. f'.kVi-.' h.m ample mean lo r.intiaue bit bn*,nar*. We take pleaeure In eavtbfl that the tourae pur<u?d br lii.n la tbl* mat<er la kigh'y rredttei- * to him. and mett* the apjiro val of blacredjior?.~ /krtm Trmtllfr, S'pi ih. FrrmonC Klrrtoral TkUft In Vlrgiiil*> TKO'.'ILMNUS OF TBS REPUBLICAN STATU CONVEN [Frcm ttf WcUWburg V*., Herald, rfopt. id ) ! !c ?i;;orauu re * 1th previous aouonuefuifcnt a couv?n I lir.o i>f the repub iruu party of Virginia, assembled it the Mi lodion H<I| in mo <-,|ty of Wheeling, on Thursds the 18Uj day of tecnbt r, ld5d, lor the purpose ot lt< /, irg an tlec'.orsl ticket iavorable to the election of J r Fremont. for President, nud W. L. Pay ton, Vice P r ?? C. of (the lotted States. ?M4ect The ConveUit a was nrg&uiycl by appoiatln ton, ol Wheeling, ? hAirmao, and John H. i K M Not Hsncork, PecrrUry. fctlmwm, or On motion, a committee consisting o' E.-q . A K Cunningham. Jckso Kyals, ? Atklnsm, Ieaiah ?'ooj>er anu P. Wh.tUu, wer , Jorftpfc tpplegatd, inato fx-rm.uient ofl'.cert. Tue cor d **p^?tcd to nona short stme, reported as follows - jBtrtieo after retiring a HON. ournuri'uft, to uccuug (rtlari t ? James Car of Urooke. On motion, a comr 8. H Woodward, * Hnj*hitiftn wara'a ' jffcall, of Hanoock; J. A. Smith, i? jfffo composed of Dr. J. Thobnrn. /<>*/> Atkinson, t'afen (tell and Samuel ^ *\ toe fcree great rolltkml parties of the na'loafeave Bornir .. ^ltherr candidates for the President and Vice Presi ' * ? together with a platfnrsa ?J principle* by whit* they ? tutpK-e to control the general government, It kr-couaes our duty ' in the rwrclK of o?r iuallen*blo righto, to deter mine vlildLvit them are entitled to our Hutlralfeu. A it J -Ah veu. the democratic party has made the extension ofsfcrvem- the paramount objsct of government, and deny the right's! Congress to prevent the extension into the territories; and in rising this tbey have departed from thu priaclples ami practice ot George Waaliuiff on, who signed a bill to prevent tlis exteLsion of slavery tato the northwestern territory; they have departed from the f -rtnelples ai d practice of Thomas .?otierscn.fw hn framed iiie above hill, and aa President signed several ?imilnr ones; They hive departed from the principles and practice of J amrs Monroe, Andrew Jackson. and J >1 ram K. Polk who in their eiecn ive capacity signed bills io prevent the extension I ol slavery: | They liave derailed from the cn*bllskei practice of the general government during thelkst sixty years of its existence. And they und James Buchanan of UJflti have departed from the principles of dames Ituchanan of 1M9, who then declared tlial Iboe members of t'ongress who onposed Ibe extension of slavery were entitled to tlie warmest thanks 01 every iriend of hiunanlty. And in making these depariiirea thev h?ve undone the work of the greatest ttateainen of the past generation. iu the repeal of (lie Missouri compromise, and have brought the nation into sectional strife and eivil war; And whereas, the American pariy refuses to take issue on thio question, which la being ton ed upon the nation, and thus by failing to interfere, they tacitly aoiiac?'j in the extension of slaver*; And whereas, the principles anr.o-nced by the Philadelphia Convention which dominated lolin C. Kreinon' ami Will am L. liajion accord with the principle* nt the founders of 0111 government, and, If adopted, will tend to restore the whole iutiK.il to that aiam of peace and prosperity from which we have lallen, therefore, we declare, 1. That we will give our hearty support to the nominee ol the republican party. 2 That slavery is "a local Instltut'oii. and ean only exist with in the limits of those States whose laws legalize It. 8. That in accordance with tike established yiwuce of our government from its lirst organization until the year 184*, Congress lias 'lie power to prohibit the extension of slavery , 4. That, In the language of Daniel Webster, we will "under no circumstances consent to the further extension of the area of slavery in the l ulled Ma.es, or to the further increase of slave repreien'ai Ion In the House of Representatives." f>. That the citizens of the whole I nloii should be admitted into the Territories upon an equal footing, and that no citixen when iu a Territory should exerelie any rights derived from the State from ? hit h he came that ate at variance with the rights < ommon to all. ti That we deny the right of Congress to Interfere with any of the State* In regard to the "peculiar institutions" of the State, and that the rights of the States, and the Union of the States, must and shali be preserved. 7 That we recognize no geographical divisions, no local In teres!*, no narrsw sectional prejudices: that the rights, privi leges an' liberties that we demand as our inheritance w e con cede to he the inheritance of all the citizens ol this republic. 8 1 bat we w ill maintain 'hose great rights which the constl I tutlon declares inviolable, freedom ol speech and of the press the free exercise of relittmu* belief. and the right of the pe > pie peaceably lo assemble and to j etiUon the government for redress of grievances. After the adoption of the resolution, a letter from flop. Custui M Clay, of Kentucky, announcing bis inability to be present at tne Convention, was read. The rnble an : I?triotic sentiments of the letter were received with en thustasiic manifestations of approval. He stated tint at some l .tun tme he wonld visit Wheeling and other places in the Pen handle and address the people on the issues oi the Presidential campaign. On motion, a scmmittee consisting of Joseph Vpplegatc. Isaiah Cooper, Dr. Thoburn, Joba Brownlee, John Bull and I>avid Atchison, weie appointed to report an olec torsi ticket. In the absence of the committee for this purpose the Onvcrtion was favored with an able address from Hon. Miller I fLDington, of Ohio. Ho dealt in stubborn facts and tbowed most conclusively that the aims and objects of the republican party are In strict accordance iritb tb? principles of the lathers of our repabltc. His addresi was hrtcncd to throughout with deep Interest. The Committee on the f ormation ot an Electoral Tick el reported the following ? ML1ATOB1AI. nscroas. J, C. I'tderwood, of Clark Ounty. Thos. J. Hewitt, of Haoo >ck County. Dlsnotr KM<TOKs. J ? Josiph Applegate, 8? 'Jeorge Rye. 2 ? Joseph Ludwig, 9 ? 0/. I^vi Pitman, 8? John Atkinson, K ? Richard Brenimaa, 4? t.eerge Hblttum, 11? O W Koberlw, t ? 1>. H Fravll, 12? Joseph Barr, f ? J B. Brown. 1L. ? Asa Banning. 7? C. P. GililDgnam, In accordanse with a resolution, the Chairman ap pointec George Kje, I ?r Tuoburn, Thnmat Horn brook, it. H. Woodward, Isaiah Cooper, and i. M Humphrey, a Btate Executive Committee. On motion Keeolved. 1 liat In rela'ion 10 tbe Lf.e attempt to pat down (he Republican Aimu'MM In 'hi* citjr, we ?re happy to pro rl.tini ih*' ih"?r eogaiin] iu the mol>. and their >-n({oraent. re ceived do eoun'ennore lr< >nj ib>- i p?pe<*abln citixens ol tins cut, uiil th?t our worthy Mxyor. in lit* proclamation, hu ?pokcn tlie kenumenu ol a ureal majority of the ciliiruaof Wheeling, Iti regard to the frn lom of ?| errh Rerolved. Tktl th?' Welleburg H'rnUl, Wheeling paper*, and imperii lu other place* friendly to the okJtM at tfi> n>e< urg. be requested to publish thv pruceitiiugs ul thist'on venUon. On motion, adjourned. JOBS' B. ATMMON, President J. A. Sunn, Secretary ?lacetlai irons Foreign Itrmi. Tbe Singapore, ?. |., Journal Commerce of July I, tay ? ? Ob Sunday at noon lb* Fretch Squadron, oonsiat lojr or the corvette Capricieu le. and rteamtrs Catinat aod Marcean, sailed fbr Slain, accompanied by It Mootigny. the AmlnuuMitir Extraordinary frost bit Imperial Majeety lor the purpote or negotiating a maty of amity and com mere*. The name paper adda ?We understand that si* or if ?en of tbe gunboat t, which recmtly took part in tbe grand naval review at Sp tbead, are shortly expected to lotn the Fast ladia and China squadron, chiefly Tor the purpnao of being employed against the ptratoa attesting the Archipelago and th coaat ol t bina. The main pbject of tbe French squadron of ?volution now oil the bleu of nycrea la to f irm a ayatem oMactics tor a (tram navy. Tbe French navy baa at present no authorised system applicable to otter than Bailing v? tela. Tbe Porte government bopea to effect a fusion of tbe rl val WeaUrn bawning mtareate, repreaented by the Kothachilda and Mr. layard. The Roaaian government if underatood to be seriously revising ita tart IT ?. la preparation for new oommerclai trratlea with various foreign Power*. Tbe I'rnnKlan Comletorlea are abont to give* great deal of trouble oa qtieetionf of marriage They have been Interfering to prohibit, uadar certain ciieifetencaw the marriage ol dlvotced person*. The London AV?*. of Sept. e. aaya ? The Indtclsfon and procrastination ol the Weetern IVwrr* Uireaten tw M pro doctlve of Uie moet disaMroui roonequencen in Italy Thetr profeeaiona at tbe Oonrerenorat la I "aria ettrred up it ferment of e?p?etatloo throughout the Pentaaula. When a whole aatmn la thua routed it doee not anally ratapae into apathy. The I<a#ut eorratpoodeat of the Ixmdoa writing Sept 3, says?The Italian queatioa i e oartainly the pa tale of the day Friendly with Austria. jarring with Naples, we cannot pre** upon the latter without a a dan gating, or at ieaat annoy In*. the former. A Jublta'. Ireland, latter of 4th of September, eay* ? Emigration I* (till proceeding, notwithstanding the good barveat and comparatively high rate of farm labor. There >a. however, a wide diiereaoe between the rlraometancaa of ih< emigrant* of the preaaat day aod a treat number of Uioae who weal eome yean aiooe Tbe emigration ?rowi Cork to AmerVa iwr tbe three month* of Juae. July, -and Augtu*, amnaatad to l,tK. eoooniing to a atatament in a local journal. The Uveryool Jmtrnui of September A, aaya ?The Hon dnraa Railway Company baa nearly comptawd Me on > ?l zation for England, and tbe Ttrltiab directorate rtui?n lb la, la a great measure, a Liverpool schema. Tbe IxxKton Star of September ?, *ajr* : ? The S*l<-r4ms Mrvirx betrays aa III dlsgula-l ay npsjhy wtth the nigger driving portion of the I nitad State* ~aa ill dtsgalsed dlt like to Calaael Fremiat and the party of freedom. Tne American* contrive to get on wttLout Fjn|mrora, Kings, lords, deapotir Premiere? fet hat", aa tlia .Vstirdsy Me mew would add. without gentlemen The Pari* Cat-***, of Sept. ?, thua comments ea the de elarattoe of tbe fongraae of Carls respecting the abo'tuou of privateering It na* i<aaa argued by a aewspapar that the contracting Power* of the rrealy of Fane might da ride on treating the pn v a tear* of otUrr natio* In th* light of pirates. Now, tins Is V*> bastv a oooolunioa, for Uie right of nation* must rt ma n whit It has been. It he hooves noae to change II in aa arbitrary manner, and It would be a novelty were nations included in the deei?:otH of a treaty in wh.rh they hn I not part i ipatod. II the Uaited Mates intrench themselvea behind the reiognlr.-vl prinriplee of tbe rights if aatioos, It will b* difficult to loroa upon them tbe contrary sentiments. Cardinal Vlale Praia, whoaa arrival at Trlente en tiw Utb of Aagt'it, and de par tnm on the following day for Ancona. are announced by the Trieste jiurnala. it, ae crding to tho Cologne Oaae'fl, abaot to bo apiwneted to tbe direr tine of the fireign affa.rs of the Roman - tales la place o< Cardinal Anton. 1.1. IDTERTISKiir.MTS RtMt.Wr D nH'RY DAY. KI>K Airfu, rUttATMSR iff RAII.UOAH HTOCK ; - PI!t-*oRK S I? new ra!iri>ad BMP is now ready, bowlag a' a gtanee avery r.ilrlos?l In 'he t'nlted State* > ariwla, completed, prfigre"nn(r pmjaeted. Prtee on roller*, cloth barks II.M fa n?>< CO ' en'-- on tblr> p?per S'ftl te for oAsee. *e , only :t0 rent* '?ei d y or <Td?-r? Ui IMSf M^lRlt A CO, publi?hei s, y ftprore str' ? >'it %oek. DRNTivrkr. f| KRTH * W HTTl.R, ARF I.HRRTKB, PROM OKI I lo ? f 1 -<? in the he?i matmt r wlilior wi'haat efrnet tretl e r ' *, by t>r. NAP"f.R'iJI PfcRTIfftRfl. Hi* mpro* rd s*?h>i?! h' r'r rr'tyoJe pl*te? for *r'l!i''ial teeth are a'i!>?rtor in >hr*?. geaerNlly la M*e fr rth r?t s-ted w itbont n*tn. Prlee aic'frc". Appry*t#H Hvacnay. Sat'?fhetion|w*rraa'e?i tin: mr rraY. A rTNTlON, COMPANY I * Plain uiil ft mey TAKIiHK IMP 6UIUK COLORS, In every variety, at 93 itud V7 Dunn-' atrti't. up stair*. HOJER A CRaH.VM. <'arv?*d inplcs, rpr.ir heads and targets always on hand. AMKKT1*<) OK TUB Mil 'HA El. CORCORAN GUARD will b? held kl Flood's drill room, t! Orgaby street, oil 1 lit sday evi'innt', Kepteuit>? r 31', laWi. Punoiiutl atLrndani'<s nl the meinte.n i? requested. Persons desirous lolning the eeaipany will pleaoe oorne lurwuril. H.e Uiianl parade* on ibe vib of October. H. O, KLOOD, Captain. Jouh E. Goon wis. Perrfiury. BKIXEVt'E GARBEN. Jarful ci mpa'Piri snd ?le-nl?" parties Will liinl KOOU aocninin idailOD. (Jood flivMlinjf Kiiiund anil Ills', rate dinners. Foot of Eightieth street, East river. * 3. WARP, Proprietor. ON DECK.? THE MEMBERS OF THE HOATMEN Ouure ?re jci(U?'fclfil ?> alien. I a niei?iln/f their bead ij uarlerH, 47 Went street, I hi* (1 uesday) evening, at 7J? o'clock, for the election of officers and to drill. Hv order, D. 11. Roche, Secy. .IAMBS LEE, Captain. TAR<;?T WREATH8. BOUQUETS, Ac ? A large assortment uouatautly vu band and mttde to *rder, at PRICE'S utllieial flower manufactory, 45 Division street. PERSONAL. CI C., 60.-W11Y BO VOU NOT WRITE HE ? CALL f. any il?y this wetk before 12 o'clock, and you will tind me at home. IKEMES IP DAVID FINLAY (MEAT. COHMOMLT CALLED IB ward Kinluy. eMom win of the late I homas dray, <>f tie Island of St. Croix. We.t Indies, who left Ireland iu the year 1CS3, for the West Indies, and who alterwards assumed the Dame of Edward F-olny, will communicate w i'b Mr Wm M. Cowley, No. SO Yonk street, Dublin, Ireland, be will hear of something to his advantage. IF MR. ELLIS, THE GENTLEMAN WHO CALLED ON a lady lu East Twenty-eighth street, last Saturday, (*jpt. 2li,) II reft rence 'o rooms fur himself a;id friend, will call ugalii be can be suited. IF MRS O., OF II., WHO CALLED AT THE W., WILL ai ll again ui (be saint- pl.i ?? and hour, or will address Walter, liroadw ay i'ost ollice, she will comer a great favor. INFORMATION WANTED? OF " ATHARI.VB WII.80N, w lie of Daniel Stevens, sister of Jnhn and William Wilson who are In Cuba. Apply at No. 31 South St.. between the hours of 10 A. M. Mid 1 I*. M , office of Zeb. Maybe w. INFORMATION WANTED? OF JAMES JACKSON, cli'-mutiu Lincoln, Hngimd. who left there in 1M2 and came to '.lie United Mates; in lBI.'l was a clerk with RusCou <t A spin wall; and in 1844 In business as a chemist in Liberty street, New Ycrk; and agaiu in business in IMS iu Cincinnati as a chfmlst under the assumed name of Pelham Clinton, which city he lelt in February, lfct'.', is supposed to have go.ie to California^ there to have died. Any person or persons pro ducing satisfactory proof of his decease, or Kivtnii an* lufoim ation regarding him. wUl be liberally regarded, by aoplvin^ to or addressing William B. Torry. 4 (Jpdar street, New York. The said James Jackson, alia* Pelham Clinton, (If living.; would be about 42 years of age, medium siature, short sight ed, wearing glasses, dark complexioued, and of very nervous temperament. MR. a MRS. ROBERT LEE, WHO ARK SUPPOSED TO have arrived at this port on the 2?th of July last, lu th> chip A merfean Union, Irora Liverpool, are requested to ad dress Mis. Leonard Denton, Jamaica, MM Island, N. Y. NOTICE.-DOMINIQl'E BiCRTOLI, OR ANY PERSON who can ?ive any Information respecting him, is requested to call at tlie oflice ol the undersigned, where something may be learned to bis advantage. TAPSCOTT A CO., 86 South street. TiriCKED EYES HAS BEEN ANXIOUSLY WAITING TT for a letter from " Artful." All U now right. The wa'.cb will be returned on your order. SPECIAL JVOTHEH. A MEDICAL BOARD, TO CONSIST OF hui gtou C. A Finley, Surgeon S. Q. J. De Camp, Surgeon J. J. B. Wright, will assemble St St. I.oals, Missouri, on the 1st of November, Jf-iki, for the examination of applicants for admission Into tlj- ? medics! stall of the United States srmy. Applications for admission will be made to the Secretary of War. American bible uniow.? the anniversary of the Bible Union will commence to morrow morning, at !? o'clock in the meeting house of the First Baptist church, this eity, corner of Broome and Elizabeth street* Buaiuess meet ing ?t 9 o'clock, A. M. Public exercises at 10 o'clock, A. M. OFFICE RECEIVER OF TAXES, NO. 52 CHAMBERS street, (new Court House), New York, June 2*. lSSrt ? Public noti< e.? To avoid the risks that must Inevitably occur from the crowd of lai payers w bo put oil to the latest iiav ihe payment of their 'axes, I have determined to adopt the totlow In ii rule, which will be rigidly adhered to during my term of office ? 1 st aU rei-etve no money after '1 o'clock P. M. Everv officer enve taxes. ?r in this Department is strictly prohibited from receiving lopes containing monev or checks for the payment of I. By order, II ENRY H. HOWARD, Receiver. OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE, NEW YORK, t-ept. :*). iw; ? All owner is wanted a! tins office for s gold watch, (band. GEO. W. MA'lShi.L, Chief of Pol ce ST PETER* MINING COM I" ANY.? A MEF.TIXO OF the stockholders In the above company wilbe held at their office. Mo. 2 Pine street, on Wednesday, the 1st Oct., at li o'clock A. M., for ihe Uulib.c'lmi of important business. aDaM STODAKT, Secretary. Nrw York, Sept. 1#, V-34. SECOND MECHANICS' BUILDING ASSOCIATION.? Ihe members ot the above association are requested to at'end ihe regular meeting on Wednesday. Oc\ |, M' >< o ol. wk. at No I tit Bowery, as buslEess of lim>orianee will eoiue be ? 're them. J. PKCaUK, Secret try. QPECTAL NOTICE ? MEETINO OF THE COMMITTED O < n Wharves, 1'iersand HI ii".? Th" i 'otaralt .ee on Wharves, Piers and Slips of the Board . t Aldermen will meet on Thurs day. ( Jrtobcr 2. at 2 o'clock I'. M , at the 0A*0? of th?* 4'lerx of ihr < <?n.iuan Council. No. * Cltv IIaII. All perxoai having petition*, Ac.. bt*!or?? i he Committ**, ar? rewiimeifailf o nttrod. Alil?'rinHii HIHaM ('"KWi.n, t L.iiiiium. Ald<rni*ii Wm H. I/i.ai ?r i Aider man J amfj R. UiarK*, $ <omu1^ * * RKtil LAR MORN I NO I.INK KOR AI.IIANY AND I BOY? Landing at We at I'ulnt, N.-wburit, FoiubkafiMif. Ktrgmi.n Point. t'aleklll. lladaati aud "'maickie. liar new ?teanaer OLKN DOVE will leave pier fcot of t'arnal ami Srrin?m?. every MONDaT, WKDNMDAY and I'M Da V MORN I NO. at , o'clock. Kor further pnrttouUra cl J. LbWIH. No. irl WeaJ at. Hu>am muntc attached to thaa boat. T1IK INDKRKIONED BKSPECTKCLLY INFORMS ni? I friend* and the public that the criminal rumor* In clrru latlon again*! a lady mmmMm MfpaN to be Mr* MMMS M Turner, i?Bd by aome ?uppoaedtu be in*.) iluw n.< 10 any way rrti r to'he und?r?a*ne,|. JOttfcPHIMC TCRNKR, pro te*?lai?jally known an Mt*a Woodward. UTEHATIIU. A O VIDE KOR FAMILIES. IN IIKAI.TII AND DISK. ASK. A The new Illustrated HYDBOFATHIC ENCYCLOPEDIA, a >y*iem <if hydropsy an l hygiene t'ootninnn; outline* of an uomy ; pt)!?k>InKy of the human b^-Jy bygteni agencie*. and the pr e*ervation ot heal'h. dieicn*. and hydropathic i inkery. theory and practice of water treatment, apactal pa Iboiogy, at d h; dro therapeuuea, tn< iudmic Ilia nam re, cauaoa, aympuuna. and ireannrnl ol all known lUaoaaea; amdicataon of byditMihy to midwifery and the nursery. !>? ?lafn.-d a* a g 1 1. ill' lo fauilliaa and aiualinta. and a ten biKik for pnyatclana. By R. T. Trail, M. D Illustrated ? Ith SOD engrAvlng* and roloti'd plMa-a. Miliataiitially bound, FHM, |?>* .i^e paid, by mail. t><< Tbla la the moat compra lien <;tn and popular woik yet puliliahed en water Cttra. with nem ly una; Ihaatwand page*. Of ail tlw numernu* publication* which hare at'alned audi a wide p< pnbirl'y. a* leaned by Fowler A Weila, t.i'rhatpa nol ? a re mo. e adap!r<1 to genera) iitllliy ib*n tbla rich, n. preltMlte and will arranga-d Encyclopedia. New Tork Uibwag Ad.lr.-tn KOWI.ER A WK.l.LH. Broalway. N t RKAT RVPR AT K.YaNK a CO 'H. -THE fact T eetabMehed that toy Hi oatdway la tha beat p la re in New York to buy books. K.VANS A 00. *e|| book* aa low aa ibey ru be bought .>l*ewhcra\ and (Ira wuh .aah booh a rrc??ui varying in train* from 26 e-ntu to $100. The value of the pre ?? at depend* upon the number of thr booka Oifta delivered at the ume of aaio. Oreat inducement* to areola. Cala loK'ira ' oniainwg full eip.auanoc* aent oa tppUaaiioa to aay add ran ft ae. rOBOAMR FXPOFCRB OF FRKEM A!*OXRr.-AL Irii'i Ritual of Kreemaaonry Abo. novel*, at balf tha publication pnre; old hooks, engravings, novela. autog rap ha, banigbi and aold by NKAOLK k HI' KH, 8HQ?a Broadway. VKW YORK II KR A I<D AND NBW YORK TRIRI NK, i.1 if N'tf. I, IMA and Journal ot Comm? tc ?, of Nor 10. |n.'A.? Wanted, our eopT each, for which M rrnta each wtll be paid. Apply at Urother .I'.natlian oOk-a. 4b Heckmau at. PI.AYM, FLATS, FI.ATH.-TBB STAND ABD AND MI ner ilran.a ami a), "ibar pt?i ,?h. d playa. for ?al'> by ?RFN" "" " "" "" ? - each every qucata4 M l'N? II. 1(1 Naa-au atjee*. New York; priro I2'a e -at* i. ten for fl bonnd Ti.iiunra ft. A new play p.. aial.-d ?y weak. Cooipia te ltata ?ent by mail " frae. ' whon re TUB ROOK KOR TBK. TIMK? ? NOW RICkllY. THIRD etllUno of B"I(I.I>' tUXBTRATBD NATIONAL HAND IH)OK, conlalnlrg tha Uvea of Fremont, Dar'oa. Flllmoea. Kotx iaon. Burhanan md Rrenkl'irldfe, wl<h life like portraRa nfearh. I'latforma a if ibe Antaiiean. Reptitiiieaa and IVtno cimiJc l*artle?, Mi?aonr1 <Vi?jironil*r K>irtl?e aiarr Hill. Kan<aa and Nei.raaka AH F.leetoral Tote for I'reai.lent and Vlee Freatdent from IT* to 1HAJ. Konnation o: th* ttrlctaal I'ti ton. Population of (he failed Hiamm at Dnrenaia! P?rv?1a. Oaaitnaw ol tbe I'nfad ^'atea, Oreat Seial of the l ulled Maiea. with blaiory and drecrlption; Heala of all tha Wtataa. wtth do. arnpimna, Derlaratkan of Independence. t'onaU'titlun, Waala mjton'a Adrtn? -?ea Hketrhe? of all the K* rrwaidenta, with rlet.int nortratta of each, Inrterea'.n* Inetdenta ooaa^-te 1 alth a aril admltaietriition, Ar. Tlie w..rk ennUtlraa flfly twa I'tafr-a'aon". la printed on fine paper, and hamilaeiwaly houn I n maaltn. Prn e Ml rent* Kant pant paid. Afrota wtil llod Ma a book for Ihe limaw Itabouldhe In the hand* of arery man and youth In the t'ultad RUlew. Aa a hook of reference alone it la worth many tlm?a Ita ooat Addreaa J. 0. WaU*. riibli?hln| Agent, No. II Bei kmau <tra^ot. U'B IIAYE PKI N TUT LApfBC KBIKND, AND CAN not but r<>?ird Dr. I'RNTON a* aometlitng of a pMlan tbroplet. He certainly haa In tha* Utile work preaamot rnuob valuabia inatructloa In hi* peculiar departmrni of rae<llr?i ?rtenre. The doctor may be conanlted at hla ofllra, HU Fonrth gireet. ?u doora weat of Broadway. The pei-.iit?r rharweiar of hla lit a< tire la ao fully diaruaaed In the ladlea Krlend, thnt we re' omm'nd It to (be pernaal of all. a here la a warning agalnat Indiarre'iam and the moat approved preventives of dia*a -a a r<- furniabad. Til K VIM. NRAMlf. (i RAND FILI.MORB BAN<iritT AND BAM,. AT TDK IT t Ity Aiawaibly Boom?. Broadway, on Tueadur evening, l>rt, 7 l>*t Ihe following <lt*itn)(ui?hi'd gentlemen hare b?" n invl'eal. and are expacted u> be proaem and dalltar orationa a' tl.e banonet :? lion fc.lwerd Kterelt, Hon. Dumphrev Maraball, Hon Krnalm Brooke, lion. Ilaulel t'llinano, Hon. I'nt <i I'inl Brown, and many oilaa-r*. i.immi. ivmimrit. Drnl. Htrrj far one II. Ilran. lliram N^irhiim, Hon. AC Klngalanr, Ron tam<>* K t'onb' . Hon. .I*m?ii Brook*. Hon. Oa rard S>nyvMUIt Hon Oe?. Rrlpge. Bon. Danbd U llaitaitn. AM Abn-r U K!y. John N. ftenin, K* i., Araa (; Wllj .iina, John L. ( "yd. *?<] . Benty Fnvder Kf'i , .lamrp, R Wood, w R., I.nb' it C. ?i i!< ?, K. i , Tbecalore Klrbj . M ll? John r. Doalge, Bfia. " t'bairnann ri.OO* MAKA'itaa. William B Draper, Krank H. Tryon, William Udell, Kdwln J R?d, M ft D. Mar tn, B. .1. Jenktoa. A loa o R. f. < k. J. Henry OiwkIw ;n, AHatiffut RMt'tnga, .f Hanaaeid DavMa, R. r Helver-on, ?i". W. \e*ey. At into* Hawltnga, 9< e'?, Oeo. W, IMefi fHeward. J. Henry Owed win, TreaenrlR Dodw. rth'a i rebrnt.'d bajd of Wty )>rifirm'r? will he In atteaa'anar T i kr" two dollar*, adirittiri* a geat'eaaf and lady, tor ?*!? a' th^ ,-?? . ftl'holan, Re; rooohtan, A?tor Hniaae. Kvtrctt lit ??*, astl aU the pi im. pal fa* t> .a ntad nuto'e *ior. ? i the Trar. I iR.V'RhVIl.LK C00B8B, L0*0 ISLAND. -TO \J v me ctl thin duy, rain or shine. Trutilnr - i Oreat it fetch between Klora Temple. m harnesu, ?"?< i.?tn i-t, under the taddie, for mile be. us. bc?t three tii live. i'oewiay, Keotemher .to. ibis wUl un4o(U>b> I!y prove Ute moat exalting and probably the fastest we of the. *11 d Ibitt ever cam* oil. It will be recoil* ?md lhi? flora an ?'. I. at,. have hitherto bad two triala, in lie tirst >>( which b<?? \ ? . nt In librae**, uinl ahe proved the trietor. Ho won la th<> ?e. hi, (I contest, o?er the Fashion Course. on wlaoh occaaioo hn ?? di under the taddle ant she In barn>-x| (the same aa In the comma rata.) Since ha defeated ber, however, Flora h.k-j i,ei I'm ii i u Iit mile in the unprecedented tint* of Sen i iu-lor. thirf extraordinary "<iule* iv.iek" dura not ap - pear to have ul ashed the owner of l.iinoe! ? h 'dob tb"? pMeeiil match to decide which of ibe?e noble Hpecimena of horau llesh ib actually the liutett. JUKI, CuNKI.IN. Proprietor. TTMOX COURHB, h. I.? TBOTTIVW ?ON TUB-IDA Y\ > I Si'i.t. frt, at 1 o'clock P. M . a mat '.h lor $2000, miluj beu's, 1 1 *1 3 In ft, to wapona II. Woodruff ainei b. f. Com modorc: I? . I'hfer naniea blk K John Wanda. This race to roiuc oil iuii rrnblne. Sll A W Jk WIDTH, Proprietor!). UNION OOUR9K* L<>NO ISI.ANI).-TROTriNQ-O.N 1 hitrniay, Oei. ?, at 3 o'clock, a match lor $2,000, ml* heata, beti three In five, to hatnesa. \V . Wh- Ian name ? r. if. Tacony; K. Mclaughlin Datura b. m f.ady Moscow. Car? will leave the South ferry, Brooklyn, at l'4 o'clock, and r?~ lurn un soon aa the sport U ever. hi*, to t-o and return, fifty ceoita. SliAW A WHITK, Proprietors. ^ PlIIilTKAIi, "I f\TIl WARD? EIGHTH ASSEMBLY m8TRICT.-IN TO dependent republican nomination for tae Aaaembly. llie undersigned rinpectrully aubiuits his name to youriul*. frupe, and will it* your Htipport for a?cat in the Assembly, from the Eighth atsembly diatrlct in thin city. The umlerabfinxi will funblully endeavor to repreaent a 1 ihe Interests of that enlighten*'! constituency who, on a previous o.-otislon, so gene rously e\ti nded to him their confidence and support, ., ? _ THKOUOKK .-)TC kvesant. . New Yohie, Se^t. 22, 1K8S. * 1/fTH WARD -AT A MEETING OK IHK RESlDKNfH 1" r of forty fourth Council district, Hiiteemh ward, held >it I iiton Hall, eoner of si>t<enth street anil Kiglith tie nue, on motion, Samuel Hopper Wui, l>y a "clania ion. re-noun j itH'ril i,s ihi' candidate of the American pH>") for t/ousciluvui ol the Forty tourth district K. KKRK'aN, Chairman. ' Tuos. M. Tauuakt, Serietury. I 17TH WARI) REPUBLICAN ASSOCIATION WII.L! J. I hold h public tnct-tir g nil Wi'iliiftwl.ty evening, O "ober l.at tht chinch Kleventh street, bet wwn Tnird ami fourth avenues, at o'clock. Ladies will be provided with ge.it*. C. a Pana Esq.. .1.1). sr.erwood, l>| , Rev. B. F. Taylor and Mr. Jhuics 1 airman vol ad. Ires* the meeting. THOMAS II. STiLl.M \N, President. Pn. J. R. Iiiuelow, / ... ? . . i Dii. V. UMBMiHGHaOiBX, { '"?e ''?Menu. Thomas Doyle, * secretaries <\ <:. Pimknev. 5 set retitrie*. j (1(111 WARD.? AT AN ADJOURN KI> MKNTING (If* ? tin- Dcmoermtle Charter Nominating CnnvsMMl of Hi* i Twenty seined ward. convened hy direction of the Democra J tic tieneral t ?tniolU?r, Tammany Ha:!, a ul be 1 at Ulbafl'er'i ' 11<iiik<-. Friday evening, 2tilh In*!., tl *; following ticket wan unanimously nominated.? For Councilman, Fifty-ninth district, lleury A. I'arglll. For Ai?c>w>r. John Jasper. For School Commissioner Peter Mvreison. For Fcbool lh!.r.ec tor Henry L. Ryer. For School Trustees lohn Vathcw llelk. Dr. Win J. Kenny. John II. Kelly, Denies F. Ro)t. For < '.instable* Thomas < 'usbing, Koher'. shay. For Inspector*. First district lob.i M.u'uiw, Jam. i Walsh. For Inspector*, Second district Hugh X iu ray, John R. Vanderwater, For Inipeitor*. Third district M.eh.i"l Tracy, Patrick Brennan. For Inspectors, Fourth district lamea A. McCormack, John Wilson. JAMES M ami KhtfON, Chairman. W. J. Stewart, Secretary. Empire club? mass meeting at pougmkebpsib. ? the steamer SOUTH aMKuICa i* < haitered express ly for the Rmpira Club, She will leave the foot of Jay street. North river, on We4nei-'*y, nt 7 o'cloek, A. M.; the foot of Broome street Kaat river, at o'clock, and foal of t 'anal ?treet, (Collins dock.) at !> o'clock, A. M.. precisely. No per son will be admitted on board the boat without a ticket, and no person will be admitted within ilie sate at Collins dock with out a ticket. No person is authnrued to sell tickets for tin Empire Club. A gun will be tiied prevlon to landing at Um above named places. ISaIAH RYNDICKB. Four i u ward? the fourth w\rd bcchanan and t recklurnlge Club will meet at ths headquarters, oor ier of ( athhrine and Henry streets, ou Tu-4 Jay evening, the 3Ut Inst., at half past seven o'clock, Vo rontpieM the arrange ments lor the ftrabd m iaa nuetlng to be held ,U Poughkeepsi* on Wedii'iday next, the 1st Inst. Hon .John Kelly wtiiad dress tlie r.ub. In order at H'H. O'DO.SEl.L, President. KnWAltn M. Moiikis. Okoh<;k P. Bttt itronp. \ s*fry,arlf? FBKK TFRRITORY FOB FRKK LABOR The Jle< lianiii and Working Men's I'entral Republican I nlou will be addr< ?so<l by tiie Hon. W _- ojje K. lieebe, ( hauncey Miader and James K airman? m ial" by the Rocky Mountain Olee Club? ou T ncsday evening, September .<), at S o clock, at their bead<iuar'.eia, No. 1 ll m-ry, late Mechanlna' Institute. ?llie lovers of tree labor and free soil are invited. N H. ? 'I he Kiecutlve ?Ximmittee will meet on the same evening. Punctual attendant e la reviewed. Free reading room, open day and etenlng. to all. Alao, ircularn an I pauipbleto Uaued to the werktng msn gra: s ROHKliT U. MONTJOMoBY, Presljent. Asdniw Mckrv, Secretary. fro THE FRIENDS OF FBBMON T. - A The uoderaigned, having cosaiititted th-ms?lven a com mlttee for the exclusive purpme ot cireiil-umg dncumeuts bearing ii|ion the momertous 'ineationa low at ian le b< l'ore the American people res(iectfiiily Invite un'iriautsma f.-otn h 11 wlia are tnterrsW-J in terurmg the triumph of liberty and law at the s)ipi nacbli g election. Money, lu Urge or small sums, from whatever quarter it >s reu..|\e?i> wi.l o? aorapti lously applied to tlits sole ou e I, a id nm one oetl of it will be ctverteU to auy other u?e. All that is i.c ? .* .rj m order u> rarry the election by unexampled in ijoi-rita, it tb?t the peoi.te fhoiild have the means or thoroughly un<!"rsUnditig ? ie rcck laasnesa. folly and imbecility of lb* present n til *.al adratius tratlon, the outrsgea of which the tree Stat" men uf Kansas arc the victims, the nereaellv of securing 'tie Territory to free dom. and the <(tialilieation* of the people * and. date for tli? Presidency Contribution* mav be addressed to the ?ecreUiry of the com miitee, Mi ? Arnold, !A1 Nasmti street N -w Y>?rk. Dl'DLEY C (iKKOOBT, Ha v: sHKRMAN. ORO. J. CORNELL, HKN KIKI.D, DKNNIMi DUKR, C. a. DaNA. Ntw Yohk. Kept., T,. 1-%. The lollowing Is a li-t of the document* for sale, and for free dlsti il utlati by the commiuse, with the publisher* price*;? Report of Kansas History of ?'lave - Iuv ?tigat gi'om rr. by Horace mlttee . . $jn per 1 000 Oreeley .. BM per ltW Life of Fremont, a) '? " Tne Poje s Bui) fumner s uprech. IX) " " Agalnst^i nery 10 " 1.000 Colfai'a do. ... lu " " Poor Wh te* of Tappan'* do 10 " " 'he S<iuth C 30 * Seward* do ? I'J " " Fewaid s >p-e.-h Fillmore * Potttl on the Army ral History and hill t X " Position byMor Fremont i.ot a gar. 1 aw and iVkollr S ?< ? hltalTtr 10 " " _ nocias.sT* is i.uksas Border RiUliau Kansas Re(.or-.. . 25 *? ? Code of Kan?a* 10 " " Sumner ? "oeeeh Buchanan > Poll (In We.*hi 25 " ~ cyandl/Of trtnes 10 " " Llf* "f "<"? Oov Keed'-r'sLct- mont D * " ter S " " Rnmner *Kp<?-h. 20 '* " Judge Marsh* Colfax * epe - -n. . 12 H) " letter 3 " " Seward * *p?.vh t^ia nc< v S< hatl on linaediate rr * Reason * Admis?a>n of for Anting f?r Kansas 12 90 " < Fremont 2 " " lllalr * letter ? o Letter to a New ih" KfimMnin Jfrsey Farmer. 3 " " A?*o.'iaiiiw .. ., C 20 '? New ' Demncra Pnor Whl'> * of tic" fio< trine. .. 3 " " tha South < " " Huchai.an si estt To the tleruiM mony In Refe- Laborers i , the rence to Fre- L'niteil Htute*. 2 75 " mont........... 3 " " Portrait* of Fremont, polities! map*, badges, 4c , Ac. Newspaper* which are friendly can serve 'le cause by Copying thai advertisement. CYRANO l?KMO<RATir MAR* MRKTIJfCI AT I'OtTOH J krepaic on V cdneadar, Oct. 1.? The Konrtfc Ward Bur It* tun aud Jirerklm ,d gi- Hub bare char'?rMl b<* large and <*<ca nod ?<<??? ateatnrr II'.OY, ( apt V O. ("roil, rnrtly- oeoaalon uod would be hippy to liarc nil their drmo ruia fi flihta unit* wlih ihrm HiiiCH) U? Iteta ("16 rente) '"?n lie front member* of the club. "T either of the und<-r?l|'.e<l. OcMIWrt-llr. Wro. <? Doanall, MttMM Shina, Maanoa 0 Knfr. Joaeph Roee, Win II. Bulier, Tbue. Dru.tu, U. W. 1 aaarrly K.I>WA?t)M Bonnie, > t^.,1 LlU. OlMlil I'. UtA KrOHP, f ' r^RAND DKMOCmATir MAM* MKKIIRO AT PO?M< k'Tpt'f, on Wednesday.? The el<e*at M-amar WOK UkfTI KR 1 ?? l.rcn chartera4Mr tlie an >mm<ida ion o( linn who Intend ?o be |ira*rnt a' mm #re*t ma*? nie?'lnj( to he hei i at Pouc hkeri'tlc on Wednea^r. Oct I, and will*t"u?r? tb* , Pulton ferry. Brooklyn. at 7 o'clock. and I'ler No. 3, Noci" river, at a quarter to 7 oci?k. The ate*in?r JOHN H Aft! will leare Miuth third afreet. at aquarter to 7 o lock, and ?u.y at ili" loot of IN-Iittii r.y airet'i at 7 o'clock, *?<>p at Fulton for ty. Brooklyn. Kelre^hmen'a will he MM on board. and ? full band at Bliiaie alao. Tk kata Id I'oug hkeen e and reinr.t. Ml cent*. I WILL MKT r KOM ONK TO TWRRTY THOUSAND I dollar* John I ' rm.o'.t m iH>tilien\t I'leaiiaoi of the tinlted Ktau-a. K. H Klt*'IU\ lug Pratt i ri?, ec-mrf floor. R. T. J SIXTH WARD t!? 1HP. I1K1.D-TI1K KKfTBI.P" AS . Aeaorfafk n will Ih?M flie?i firat public rri?eMi< mi Wedn?a day eeenlnf OrtolKr l?t. at i.'j I*. M. ai 'M RepiiMirai hi ?diiii?rt? ?? 47ft I'rarl rirH, Ihe lion. W-lrom* R. ft"' b?. Jemea l*r< kliam Ea>| . F. H. Mayor, Km , and I.. W Ryknau K?.| . wfll addreae th< Hieatmf . jH'it n by 11m Rorky Boun'ain Olea t lub All iho?r In uror of Treidi* and f reinont ?re In?iu4 to be pwnt. OtM S CmuMti.i (sk \ fci, WII.M AMR, Tr*. IUttok HaitTOK, / Serreu., ?4. * j, wnn y i TAMMANT DAI.L nt.MOi R ATT"' RRfTBlirAM OC neral IMwMN ?At a m'rUng of th? l>-m<*ra'ic Repnh llenn (Jeneral OMMlIM hel4 at Ta-imany Hall on TnnwUu ?Ti-nin*. M-i-t 16, the Mlnwtnf reeolu'ien< offered by J. | Wllliania, o t ih? Klr?t ward, wn? a<l >ptml by ft *oM of 6? li tke ail.rnm.K and 31 in tf* ??*aiir? , Reeolred. Th?l tbwi fommlttre wttl eneMhi ifea MaynrftH] fVmr? niiou nrrr whlrh U?? Hon. D K. f-rewded a ffcatrtrian and whl< h laat nlfht nominated ibe Hen. rern?n<l> , VMNMTNiMMIgr l*a\ot liiaj ihut < ontfn'lon wa regularly ntnaUlnird and orn?ni/ed In arrordftn e with tM twaaea of lh?- paiiy and Uie rpcommendamn of the <)en*ra fkioinHitee, ftnd that Ite nnmlQa'iotia are eutilMd totte luppor ftnd ormfidf rice ol the dernoemte party. ReeoJred, / !ial ibe aae'-mWace wliicb laetnlfbt p?t forth fb ??nw of t. A l.thbj ne ft randliial? for Mayi r Wan an lrr?*o lar and iiftftnfhorlre4 body, not elected by tb? poople no ?nn^tiociM by the or|t?ni radon of llic ienmfMi party; tha He |.roc<'?dliR* were oalltMM to defeat r"f"l?r tioni'natKia end lo d^.troy tAf union whirh now hapi ltf I ae h??ri reeu>r? to. nrrinl- I ORKNZO B. HIlfcFARD, U Jjt?r? Ruritwr, Jo?*' Y. 1 ereUrlfi Al>n?f. I t.,1! (iioft, f ? ?cm? rira. Piin B hnn.r, J T_ TlR YDl'RO MRf*'-" TrRMOKT (Mil f> \ TTOJf CRR _ trH'. n will hi'ld their Iwalflh r"u'i;ftr mw'tinf. o f| Tnrrdnv ei rnii g hrpt .*f). at o clo<;k : "' iif tml In" t| lute. Ho om kUvNUtwar. Mn*inir hy it. Club. Ai I drrnece liv lion. A. Oakey Hall, ol ihn ? ,:v. and JmiIu' I' I Utile fVlrMMn. Ityorter. B. r V a V : IfllKR, Prt* t. D. It. OtinilliM Per'/. Till SIXTH WARD RRH IVV AN i I.I'B, OK RROOR 1 lyn. Wlt'ni'et". < I I ; mr a' 'i ? Hoc*. > fV.i ? Hill Hall corner of i .u.- anil it Ml. - ?tr"?ta. K , drceecabv R. W' Wnrtlium an t .1 I,. Krotim ll, K?n?. Mtiet 'I by tlw t?i?Ui Ward Otre < lull rnmteea'a wrwl lor ladlei P. K DnrAHtv y. UKORiif i CRTt?, Pree U ?, TH* TWRRTIKTH WARO RWRIjtOAM A-WO' IA tl?m will hold n pabltc Bentini at ("ont'ticMaJ Hall, norm ol Thirty lotirlh etrael aiid Hahth ftreane, on Tne*lay erei itm. 8?nt. Wl a' TV, o'rlotk. An addreea will b? It w7 H. rrjr, K* ( . of ihle rltr. c<tnnifn.'lri(( at h M ABl Pc?'? i '???rvcil for the hkdlca. All rwpubHcan ? .? I tor* of ihe ?a;d ?ir Inrltod lo attend and mirrit iMmaelre* > J HMMinafihc **er.r|al|on, preparatory M rntMf at the |irfl mary elec'lrne of tbo ward _ . ? F ( HARt.K* NRTTI ETOR, rr?e?d. "nt MtfJt Ti l?m*. I S"rc,v>'* V