Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 25, 1856, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 25, 1856 Page 1
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THE NEW Y NO. 7361. MORNING EDITION ORK HERALD. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25. 185# PRICE TWO CENTS. ADVERTISEMENTS RENEWED EVERY DAT. POLITICAL. . 1HK PEOPLE'H CARD1DATE FoK MAYOR. Jambs R Whitijio: Bib?The undersigned citizens of the city ami count/ or ew York In fhvor of an honest and economical admlnlstra of ouV local attaint, have vieweil with ularm the great in . _ee of taiution, crime and corruption in our midst We have come to the determination so far an It relates to ir local interests, to lay aside al' party predilections, and to pport for the otllce of Mayor one whom we believe will aid In the accomplishment of our purpose?reform. Deeming It a public duty in the pres'-nt cr ui to defeat the atem of official packing and controlling conventions recently lopted, and to redeem our city from (be disgrace attending elr Issue, we have, from among all ibe candidates now before ie people, selected you as the only one upon w hom the peo le can unite for tfaa ofllee of M yor Your long residence among us your knowledge of and ex erience in our munlelpal sBalrs -your energy, and fearless ?charge ol public duty have given us the right to demtud Dur services. We therefore urge you to acoept the nomma on. Yours, respectfully. James Lee, Wm. P. Iluvemeyer. Thomas buflern, Philip Baler, Wm. H. lioople, George Brooks, William Colgate, Caleb 8. Woodhull, Thompson Price, Anson U. Phelps, Wm. W. reforest k Co., I. Van Wagenan, Peter Cooper, James U. Murray Noah Worrell, William M. Vermllye, Adam W. Spies, John Meakim, Martin B. '/abrlnakle, R. W. Horves, George Carpenter. William Blood good, Beqj. Haitun, Matthias Kloodgood, Benj. M. Treadwell, > retry, Ephralm H. Hudson, A. P. Ockerhaimen, L. P. Hm w. llenrr A. Cram, H. M. Schietlerlln, <!. C. North, OUs D Swan, John IK Maxwell, A. < omplou, Wm. Sloan. Dwigtit Bishop, K. L. tutting, Chaa. A. Morris, E H. btooghteu, Wm. McPermott, Joseph 8. Weeks, llenry A Celt, A. R. Meant, Wm. benmaa, Jr., Wm. Poster, Peter Murray, Isaac I). Aiken. U. M. D. Orowell, J. M. Constable. Louis Lagrtll, K. Fouden Morrofh, C. L. Everett, W. V. Toulon, <'haa. K. Meyer, J. M. hearth, M R. Porter, Richard Varick, V. Van Zaudt, Wade B. WarraU, T. M. Phelps, J. J. Creuile, Wm Graauis, llenry Blokes, H. Warren. Thos. Nicholla, Robert Cameron, John Ritchie. Wm. R. Hedges, John P Fellows, Thos. M. Jenkins, F. ball. Albert W. Clawaon William E Cook, Philip J. Spencer, Wiluam Murdoch. Henry Ludlow, JUbari Hogg, frFnarsT Headers Irving, Geo. W. DNSt. A. R. M. Kosmc, Mathcw Kane, James O. Byrne, 11 W. Rnseell, Hugh Miller, WlOfems Kvans, U. T. Young, Joseph Owen, Beory Auten, James 11 addon, P. T.Maraatts, J as M.Mark. Laander Allen. Isaac Walter, W. T. Church, Nathaniel s?toner, Jacob Cholwetl, Wm. P. Carey, ?. L. WtWams, Fletcher Wastray, J. (Mies. Thomas Barron. James T. Talmaa. ?. R Mot-eats. Jr., Res. J Blsak, Rwlius Uoff, Jr., too 11. Lee, ardow. Clis hwl. Jacob B. Msrlow, John Clark. Ch? M. Wale. Janoh Vincent. W A. Fcrgosoa, Win B Roberts, It. S. Richardson, A. Brow uo W. Brandenburgh, Wm. Denmaa, Jr., C. Kingsbofer, Chs C Uiele, i krlslopht r Bsrngert, Henry Unaziager, idams Kelly. Urnriub Fngelkarett, 7. P. Ktatahalner, K. C. Jtihi.eoa, W. R. Warnm. Oliver Slate, Jr., Jasper Corning. Jas. Harrison, Jr., Jobs K Nell. B. CL (Vmma, A- B Uuli-Ueld, John Rim, P V. Ititftaa. IVrta t!. Clark, lanrvac* Bogert, P. P. Dpsfer, t Wm D. Bridges, ABdrew Otv.gan. Valentine 1 ^xt. Willliim Norton. P. J. Itoabaek. I'tier Cotle. Henry Jones. Phillips Partington, John A. Fitch Perry H. Archer, Wm. V. Mulljr, WllNain Vlwtr, William Iteerkman, It. M II inn. an. Chs W May, Jr., II. Weight, II D Mills, t he B lle?1den. Jao C -irmgstse, Jetin llaosher, T O Clark, J no B. Vandenburgh, Ti^peon Clerke, Aaron K ?mlllle. Ttmot?yT Wiiklns. k C RVhardeon, Jamea Mneeir. I'eter ImoJrtfk, 1! ? lianran. Ii?ar? vmith. Jm i tii Banstoa, Wllilim Ke rhtira. una. < ruk-> shanks, B. L latlsr, Jao L Mshaa, Peter Wllmer, Harn ; f Myers, James Kiddle. Jr., Jesse Huss. Gmwf >prtwl, W ? I v<?s UaeM? Health, Wm Mrlletmnlt. Iletirt V Heebow, J W Oliver. A Umt< Tarhnne. 11h m?? MafeHon, .lnni"? Hi ears, .?.? TliMasfi. A llBvetmejer, ,l'?evh M. Had'len, John l>e\ nr, Edward M lladden, Kd war-i H Maey, Th sh?S King, Li' nel be*. Kdnrte (V?t well, J W Keebe, II 0. Lloa liana. Win. H I helss, B f, Ptttmon, i> W Us><?mk. Ji4B Oeaisnrl, M I". Mver* Andrew Warner, Samuel Brow*, Wm T Browne, Charles Wbring, 4 haftes Itarloa, W B Weitoa. I'aasel sletfM, .lames M. Oeaguve, W. It O es, ?. J. Vail, II. Rtart-en. K W Whiusmora, Bear* .'naaa, ?^iasle? U March, uf. TerhOM, c. i. ftsfcart, H <V Are 41. -Infin A vttnn, llenry Hoiman, lames L Wrnvtward, P W. B#we W. if. Bsmiitoa, Andrew Wewarl, liii-sm OraBston. ?te| hen OMm, Wta. .'erty, John Perbes, B J. Hirdsall. A Manrtre .Icha laekasn. < lias. Beyers, Ale*. 1. Vincent, W H. Kherwnod, J?me? King Ilea). 0 Worms, .lame* M A nr. ah, Joha Vandefpoot, A t". Tritlle. John Keil?. _ ,fo#nttKiin J Ossm H tlon, Howes, Hyatt k Co., Isaac H ualley, WiilUun Clrancey, I'll,is M Leupp, Abner t'hlcester, M Malison A Co., Hoyt ilrothera, 1> U Ixwil, Wm Nelson A Sou, lieniiuih S Stokes, Henr*' itange, Richard stoat, Of>rte MIish, John 1*. Velverton, Henry Krbcn, Win a. Booth, Adam stoddait, E U Owen, Koher* Stevens, Peter Navlor, W. R vermllye, Kflingham l'owusend, No>.h W'orrall, John It Oribam, J sines (Jeminel, Thoi. S Draper. Kirth. 1'ond A (Jo., t raneia Skld'ly, Oeo. K Tallman. John I Uivls A Son, John i'. McKrers, John Newliouae, H Henriqoes, KdwarJ Whiting, Jcbn Lafarge, Jolm Ward, B. Hei>peahe:mer, John 0. Johnson, James Conroy, Thos Williams, O. W Leake, Chas W. Anderson, Burtis Skiamore, James Morrogh. W u. Cromwell, (*eo. A Perry. Win 11 Jenkins, Ricbd. U Bowne, Dai id f Bakus, J Worth. P U. Doremns, J. B. Ames, Jr., Pierre Jai-vts, A. J. torndsr, P. Black H. Damroaa Wm. T. K am ham, D. K. Slaoford, hJiaa Wads. Jr., 8. 1J. M -Jlli!an, A. D uogan, 8. n Kemsen, Bami W u.-criaa, J. Kingalev, Jno U Thompson, M. I. Sause, James Hid well, W. U. Bh.IL, Jau.es W Ooatcs, J. M Butlar C. W. Adams. 11 M Mirerman, P. P. Terhune, M. Praakeustein, Chas A Laoiont, Heorv Sales, CUas. Wright, John 'tisoo. H. Morrison, L. J Olmstead. C. L Van Norden, S M Chester, Washington Post, J scob ? rnolweU, Wm 11 Clark. Wm Hilton, Bain'l M Davidson, J S Keys Wm R Williams Owen Thomas, John Uul 0 r Calieadlne Thomas Kd wards, Prank Moore Wm Hyland, Edward Kusseil, E. 1 McCuilum, Caleb Ware, Mle^hen it. i Henry H Ward. liavid U. Wubock, U. D. IKjrsef, H Head, rson, Josepa studd, tls.. L. I'nde, John W. Hlaoeh, Tsrreuc" Boyle, Rem, ii Oeekar, llrury Hulseoerg, W in K Mmith, W. I' C i liison, J. H. Hot ham. MelvlUe hulpheii. tit'phen * Raodall, Win J si tors W 11 Ball 1 on Is *-pu?er, Chi H :hei edio, A u?im lt?yer. Peter W?4a>er, l?eorge Wicke. H. wage or. H. W Andersoa, J. Wlllmer. Kdwarit KernarJ. C. Cans Alfred asten, P Y Lel<iueer. Jolia D'lprat, 1?. H It aide Id, 8. iiarreu. Allaa U MftxBe, WlUiam Orearhsn, John u-raia, ? Patry, Rdaard R Meyers. H. U liUleU. Iia' lei a perk. Will aia Clarke, Jaooh ii Praams, M. Ih rn A Vaiulussn, Simon Kar, JaiiiSs I'ouohue, John Clnegan, John Budd. John II rarrlngton, John Thomes, hllvsnus llarger, John finest. !> H tV'ekham. ' ?hrlstoi>h ?r J. Ray, J It freee. D llti ward i rouard wpriagstata, llenry "prugwi In, 1h?? r. Kennedy, Wuiiam M l?hn>, Hen)?iai?i Moore. Jobs Urea* frank J KIliS, T Wnore Wm ?P(sr, Main Wilson. W .? Moffat, tleo W I'Utt. Ja hi* Itnaaen'roseeo, William liu ilgan. Rlrhar 1 Wilson. hasnKi lohnsoa, Usraetlas Van Thambarg. S.nnnai I hmham. f S. If U?on, Wm Walls. J ao L. Drsika, Wm H liruuer. .va'i.>iei (Inner. J iinea II Svffe, J a? A Sleight, Thos ft. I'ope W Smith. C Ns'lenboby, James U Koberts, Jas M (ougrt ve, Joseph II 1 nsher. Jaa. Williams Wm 11 rani. K tnvland, Joseph II Pomroy, Jr., Orisns it lain. kradlord I ones, Wm llaaeock. Alevaadsr Bliss, Jno it, Thorburn, J?ase Oakley. Thomas MUetl J h Hsvilaad. Wm B as>M. Ihos I, A?'en I'rsnels Borrows John r. rhesrman, Wm II Buckley, Jamas BMweB, Wm. II Meiritt, R. r Csss. (?eoige i en'aon, I? wight TownaenL John * Nntgiand, James Moulton. Henry Beam, M 'lerrtrg Jsmes/ N hot wall, JSiU'S Kel o((, WTTi. We m w. fXathsom. * C. T soa A Ion, 5M Toorhees. Hugg es I a ? ? o ?d? .s-T t> Hi.hnn B n l>ois*y. Bam tie I L M. Barrow, Pe?sr Prink, Oeorge r. fa?kson, " J. W'*?ilward. 4 ^im-iair. liavH W. Marshal, Thee P Itngsrt, Wood tilbson, A??>i?' i? F l.ameger, Wm I' stout J. W Assonkiek. Tames B Rich. Win Guernsey, J. t. lasber, l>. A Allen. Po'on Maey Ma4iesr Kane, ,'ohn Kuah Jr., WWW ttorms, Wm Aaderwwi, Nie? Kopman. * A eed *m N v *n<?erpool, tl. IJfiTea, Jaeo'. Wllcot, FOLIT^AL. ' Geo. T Bra H. j, 8. M. Pye, J L. Cbtmlxn, Burnett rorbes, I'M I. H. Palmer, W. M W hiDUHD. W. Maine "-millie, Alfred .tones Leonard D. Whi'e, Wm henry, Thos. nbaw, O. l-'ler/legler, T W.TWu, Samuel 0 Davis, Henry S. Drowne, Shtne? Mason. Jobn S. Tappen, John Miller. .1 A J. Stewart A Co., (has I. Vanpelt, Wm. WUcoi. (' Mcftilkey, W. Kllahorn, J. MeKelpum, Wm I.emore, Michael l.azaiua, Isaac D. \oung, C. Andiews. C. Crooieline, B. Meant/.. C. W Wllerslow, Jacobs. V.iientine. 0. 1) A it tut hah, John II Hueetia, Moftra P. Phillips, P K Vansjckle, Wm. Hltvent L&wrenoe I.unart, Melvin Parkhurbt, <'baa. Smith. Jobn L. Inrfr, Kdwsrd Maghrati, U?i. Mason. Wm K. Dewitt, W. B. Pynchon. RoM Washington, J. S. Warner, N F. Curtis, Henry Bishop, F.dwo. B Foi, Wm. 8. Vandervoort, J. B Foster, Alx. 11 Martin, John 11 Uaviland, JobnW. A. htrtokland, Jobn Byrne, Chas. II. 1'urdy, Tlma Corbett, James Knnia, Ceo. P. < lolcr, David Moors*, Joseph Klilar, Wm. Hendy, Gto. Byerson, Stephen Mteilard, Alex. Mathlaon, Wm. H Myers, Thoa Ctimmlngs, Get-rge Hammel fieniy Voting. Wm M?the?on, J no Sit Iglit, V 111 (It r I told t, Henry Bange. Joseph U. Orvia, fherman Brothers, C. M. Newell, 8 button, 11. J. ltrooka, tleo. J. Byrd, Willi* A Coupling, and many other*. A ratification meeting will take place on Wednesday eras ing nut, at the Academy of Music. I NI'RPKNDBKT I KMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN NOMI 1 i ation*.?At a Irage and enthualaatic meeting, held at Mo. I.IW2 Bioadwsy. John Mack ?u called u> the chair and Jo*. Connelly appointed Secretary. The Col owing ticket was unanimously nominated:?Kor Mayor. Thomas M. Brower; CV>un>-el to the Corporation, M. R. Brewer; City Judge, A1 en llrker (iorernor of Almahouse. Wm. Albert, of 1&! Cherry street; Aldermen?First ward John F. Clark; Third wiu-.I, Mike Peoneu; Ftfth ward, John Gordon, machinist; Seventh ward. John Mack, tinsmith; Moth ward, Jos. Whittingham. bta*a founder. Eleventh ward. John Reed, late liquor dealer, Tbirtef nth wart, Jss. L Johnson, ship smith; FiiteenUi ward, Thrmas I,. Ihornell; Seventeenth ward. Austin B. Brower; Nineteenth ward, Jos Connelly, artist; Twenty tirst ward, Wm B. Bagity. for members of Congress, William B. Me Clootcby. guni-nilth; Ale*. Lockwood, late oyster merchant; Tom Divine, Alias Magmanua, Patrick McBride, Henry Jen klna. onflee and spice merchant; for Aaaeaaor of Seventh ward. Jas P. smith; for Assembly from Seventh ward, John At mar Published by order of John Mack, Chairman, and Jos Connelly fecretary. 9T1I WARD IN A BLAZK?OR AND TORCH LIGHT prffftA-.i ?A grand rally of the Ninth ward democracy will take pla. e on Monday evening. Oct. 27. at half paat seven o'clock. All i tumorals of the ward and of the Seventh Con gressirnal distitct aa well as the Oerman cluba. are Invited to a>aeiub:e at bcufcitiartera, Jefferson Assembly Rooms, over JeflerMin Marke' Punctual a'teudance la requested. By order *1 IIK.NBY H. MORANOK. Chairman NlniStWard National Democratic Committee. Wm. C Cmivei: ? -- ... Jlto If. Ran DAI L,)""1"1"? QTII WARD NATIONAL DBMOCRATIC Bl'CHANAN *? ai.d Breckinridge Association ?1lhe inembersof thisaaso elation will meet at headquarter*, Jetlersrn Aanemtily Reoirs era Monday evening (Jet Zl, Ttiea.lay evening, O.-t a*. ibuitdty evening. Oc'. Ml; and Saturday evening. Nov I, at half | sat seven o elnck an each and every evening. Wat laes a brwa Hand will attend at every meeting. Kminent speakers have been Invited and will be in attendance and ad dreaattte meeting*. I'unetnall attendanre la ean.eatly solicit e.1 My order id WM. J. HltlSl.lcy, President Rost W Anoagw* fa-r?t,.u. Jko. H. IUki.au, S eecretar lea TOO LATE FOR CLAHNIKICATIOM. 1^1 NINTH STRKKT. THIRD DOOR KAST OP Brosdwat ?A fiunlshed bask parlnr and eitenamn renin an the tlrat flottr alao a front hail room on the aeoond lioor, to let to gentlemen, with breakfast, if required. BSARD,-A PRIVATK FAMILY, HAVING A BEAU, tlful reatdence a abort dis'ance from the city would give a pleaaant home, terms ?econdary to tho beat reference, use of light earria?e. children can attend achtxd, or gentlemen buainass in (he city. Address Clinton, Post office, or Ifo. W Fourth avenue. nB WARDS CNFORTCNATI'S FRIRND II THR ne plus ultra of venereal medicines. ?n4 bat require< to he known to n>ee with unlvetaal approhation, and to stamp l>r Ward aa the greatest benefactor of the day. Dr. W.ird hereby oMera a reward of S&UMIto any phyttcian who, after a proper demonstration, can cure private diseases with equal Iv nnllitrm eelerlly. ease saiaty and cheapness as he can 1 ki-ee who donb( should call, ami he will euro them without charge Krmrmber. nil yo who. have been lingertnc Jbr weeks and months, drinking nanseoua cimpounds which de stroy the stomach and swallowing poisonous pills that under mine the rooa:ituii<*. thai by call ng on Dr Ward you may in a few hours enjoy the p ooaures of life and feel that " Richard l? himself again.' Price fl Ofice JU Canal street, one door raet of Broadwag. LOST-ON WEDNESDAY EVENING KKTWKKN SIX and seven odock, sli koy*. In a bnokakin bag, la paas ti ? through Nassau street Maiden I are and Broadway to Ful u<n*tr<r' The Under will be liberally rewanlod by loa\ ing them at the Herald ofllce ( Ortl-iN Tim FIFTH AVKNIJK. OH NMAH THIR IJ Ueih street, a pocket book, with a small sum r?f money, some visillrg csrda, aud also a card of Madame Hoberta or Bobbins, door up of laces In Tenth street Whoever will re turn said pocket book to 174 Kvere.t House, will be suitably rewarded. Notice -the memprrsof the amkrh an party opposed to members of said party being tried by secret trltmesl eveln.tlng m?mSers even In anod standing, are re queceil to meet at i nw?n Hall onraer Miiemith auset and Kighth avenue, this evening at * o - oev PiKII'ONnMKNr OF M l.UK I'aRoDI S Ct)N< ERT tela even"! g - In mn*e<|tiMt>ce of the aerere lodlapoai',km M Ue TKK !? sA I' a Rt DI the t^jm-ert aanouneed tw thia evening will lake place on Monday. Oet 27. J. K. Ihtaoan, Clark SmiA, Hdwd. Jones, W. M Raymont, J. B. Gerard. James D. smlllle, A. W. I^e, Wm. J. Karla, Stolta A Price, Wm. Jervla, James Smllli. Wm. Vandervoort, John 8. Orate, Samuel lord, Wm S. Thorn. Robert Lowden, Alex. V. Krasoe, Chas. H. Macdonald, Ant'y Phelps Henrtck, .1. B. Howea, Jr., B. MaUorr. Henry Wright, U. Kiekiel. Thos. Mnith. Geo. J. Underwood, Chas H. Mountain, I,. Poenaaky, M. Cromellne, S P. Solomon, Henry Wells. Henry I.yon. Leonard Muller, Z. Baeatekl, H. Strockblns, J. D llrtter, Frederlok Klaey, J. Hants, B. T. Armstrong, Wm. H Curdy, Henry Curtis. Jultua lioffleck, Peter Dolan. Kera. Hagadorn, M. Masks. Klis Sranlan, John C. Cronly, John Homer; Kobt. Black Nathaniel H. Frost. Henry McKay, A. D. Letson. W. H. Redwood. Thoa. H Mc(V>nnell, Paul V. Mendon, Geo. C. Houghton, Thoa Asten A. H. Arnold. A. Klder. Daniel Shellard, Wm Berry, Abram Braily, Peter Van Bryck, Michael Schureman, Jas. Cuthlir, Wm. TucAer, George Kerfoot, Theodore Williams, John Ayree, David Carns. H. R Melville, Juo. Bennet, A. Stlllman, Fred Miller, R. Squires, P. Havden, John McNlrn. Finland, Stuart A Co., R Ooodfrey A Son, A. K. I.aln#, N. J. Coupling, Samuel WUkina, Prnonal lM?UI|fnrr> On He tlth 'ti- ( to <>iuatb.? m?a apart near OooinBHtl, ?>T whk n?**eral 0f the p?M?oc*r* Mare -ar-rely brutaod, ??nn? tfccm Hoc. John Mr I <-aa, wbo WM aartOMly iht-i jb cot dargammly | >;?ra-l. <.ot R**biurd, < ( W>woMin. hm tppointml Altsandar Mtt-h? 11, *r Mnaaukm, ??a Cb.rir, of Ne? York, t ukn unii-r >b? a. t i>t ta? laat Uftalaturo re'auta to tbc Koi ud Wtocoaaio River laprmrMi. AMU V ALU. At thcOlarerdnn ?Mr ami *??. I. P HiWam. Htrw T rt Mr and Mr*. 11. Itarta linaim; Mr and Mr*. In*?r*ni), Phil* M. Reoiern. Mt. Pelarahir* Kntala; O. It. f'lmin n* Ud ftml j Pa*area*. C. <1 Thompaoo tori family. *f* Yrrk. Mrs. H. li. Ikv aad litkimori'. il w. Traf fry. Naw ttrleana H M Mobile. n..b?rt m. Tnotaaa. W.I : J Ma mini. D?nir?l tmrrW, llanry lilt l> rocfc. Pn*'*nd; C. P. Ilnrrnl, ? tun>*?*. Froca Hrtfnrn ard -~onth?mpV>n in the ?'aa"n*hip Har mam ltim? A ? *>) tady. daufh'rra, aim and awTUl; Mr* Mat well. ?nn. tantMer and ??Tran>, r,?| Mann. Mm Redlaaer, thr>' children and t'rrant; Mm flur 111 J tan|h*ar and child: J a Matile nearor ot d**pa'eh> a troai th<> amartcan I,. ?at.' t> In-wt rrlarvt ?. WaaMn?t.<n Mr anil Mra l<enat?. Infant and aervant, Mr* Pa?*. danahtera and ihrae eltfldrea, Mr* l.nprnn. Prof Hop-, lady and three efcildren; l?r John Korh and lady. Mr Wretermaa. lady a ad tan <-laildri-ai. Mr aad Mr* Hiiulkr. child, li fant and aei vant. M*rk "'old*. <'apt Roaa. lady and child John a lloll a^4 lady. Ml?a I erarett, Mr and Mr? Millar, Mra Muldner. ihrea children and aarrant Mr Khrwtrr. Mr IWthauo Mra P Anderaen and child, Mra Irantman, child at..I infant. D and II *ehana, Mr Artharhar and iadr, A j Kllraraa, M Oarrata Mr* th.ana, child aad aar ?an<, Mr Pratt Mr* Mall. Mla? I' i'm?f, Mr* Jacob#, Mia* Hch??h Mi.?a M I>a Koode, Mia* K t?e R.mle, J w i?,- H ???!? ?I'drhild. alfrad Hnttnur. 1 A Relirlf <1 <*huti II W Br.i<V elntann. F tlortr aad lady, P A I>rr ar C Ptl/e- a Malar K Klchter. W Knoo|>, II H An?tta, w Whlatler, r IV Kr-'h-an A II Meakrm. Cf). A Corwln, Mr Raylandl. Mal*m? MmiL Mra Bartcl, Ml?a Ptlrcr Mia* Rapi?>i Mia* K IVilkcr Ml** II Anhcnacr, Ml** C ihlarm, Miaa Ancaf radt M.aa I, Ah?llb, Ml** I'lrgtr, Ml*a M l?V?nT???l. Mr an.l Mr* M?r?r an<l Inf ?ni, Mr and Mr* rncra Mr and Mr* Mrnncli<> aod Ian child ran, Mr and Mt?* ll.'brrun, Mr* Wcmpphcmtw and fir* tiiklrer Mr* Wc>*hmmt and twn rhlldran Mr ?od M?* lluntormAnn Mr a'd Mr* W*??r and Infant Mr and Mr* Lor ant/ and child, Mra Krati.cr *n<l two chlldim Ma**r? C PrlA? and .1 r Balhlna Mr and Mr* P*? 'l Mr and Mr* Marnn*, Mr and Mr* "*cha?"#*r Mlaaa* H ami R Ft*ch?r, Mr aad Mr? t/in*?'rao Mc*-r? II and L Prandan P Kcmlichcna, Kd H innnlt P Rnya?, TA ?n*a, Jean Dcnqr* Jna |iclrt>li I. Mloart, I. *?orW, Mr Hntylanh aa>l bul). T H Clark. Ml*a M * Bttikich C^IW and Infan', M (? 11 In* Mid lAdy. MX* r r. Taylor. Mr* P I'UM. Mo*l 'JUm bonl. I*d> and 'hr*a -hlMrcn Ml*a HIiumIt, Mra MnrUanono. Mia-ca f* and P H*r? Mr Mor? and Iadr. Mra H'int*rnil!l*r, A Pnl* Uf Carnjaa, 0 KanltkaABn, A llafcnlnrhar, L Rnaan planter T Von MoT. A W Porahcrif, P-d Poniv M Mcrar, P Rndharh. <: P <?nMcn. J ^hlc*al. W Maw M Bn'Mn* H llarkon, Q Cra#**n', H Ur(>, II Schnltt, H HoffBiann. W W'wIWn, B "turrh*. ,1 t? Jchmid>, II Wuha L Tllmann C A Hiiniic-l' Mnllar. O Wc*a*lhncP. .1 Ijorant/. J a* ffirro and child. W Walk*. ,1 .lakla. ?> Marhi*. I. Konnl*. H l?n>i**nn, A Frunr, S Praaurc C Finer, A <lr*IH?miillar, Mr S'inra KRe'ld, Mr* Oahorne. J Ilenderann, fl Tho?n*"n. Wm

>alr?i. A Pelrer, H lorann, Mr Murrtrot, I l,*tt>, Mra *n*e. Madame a Reim**ka MrnC Hellamr. Mr* M *?nn der*. Mf* R IVney*. Mlaanhrlg. Mlaa ? fehmdar, Ml<* \ Hacbar Mia* M Uar|i*ha. Ml** ?? Met* Mt-a C Hany* Miaa a Rand, Mla??? M IXet er H (tldenhurf, i> Moehrman. A'??v> dake I. Merer, M 1'ilmann. a Flarher, 0 Kopp. B Roilor I Wndlffer?T"tal JT.1 nRPAHTTRRR For Pi Oenrfa. B?n?ida. In tha hii?Prl?co** Royal.?Mra. Jar* A. lapn. two run* and aenant.MI-ji fn?an Oat cop .rt at l*erT?nt Mia* <'lara Harvey and aerrarrt For M Thomaa, In the bark lira - Major Halm, wifa, rh!l I and nnr?e I nrtrd ? taica Comnil *i St i hrM**. nr. nil M i. (. * *milh M*** yr*ifleld. Mr J. Morrt*?n. ino., St Tit?ma*. Vr ,t |?.,ieia. w. Itwrraa* Mr, j. Uaraaadaa, Mr. 1. H. ?lire/, ?ta?acaiko. AFFAIRS IN EUROPE. A8R1VAL OF THE HERMANN AT NEW YORK. ADDITIONAL HEWS BY THE IftiBlt. Important French Financial Report, Act &*., Ac. THE NKWB BT THE HERMANN. Tbe Hmted States mail itetmer Hermann, Ed ward.Hlg gins, oommander, bom Itremen and Southampton, arriv ed early yeatorday morning, with Euro wean advices to the 8th mat .She brings 2o2 passengeis and a full and valuable cargo ot German, French and English merchan dise Tbe Hermann experleoocd very heavy weather to the Banks. Tbe seirs baa been anticipated by U>e late arrivals at Quebec, Philadelphia and Halifax. In France tbe editors of the Paris journals had bean ordered by tbe MlnUtry of the Interior to withhold all comments upon tbe financial and oommeroial crisis. The Madrid journals of the 2d Inst, aunounoe that H. Galiano. wM was formerly Minister at Washington, b?s been appointed to Lisbon. Tbe Royal British Mall Screw Packet Company have made known, by circular, a proposal to at once establish a com municatlon between England an<t Australia, via Panama Tbe rapttal required Is ?100,000, which they propose to i oise by Issuing new shares of ?20. Tbe average time required to accomplish the voyage Is estimated at flfty-flve <iays. A letter rrom Naples, of October 2, says:? there are. or have been, two French officers in Naples Hovnulny pobiic opinion in the Interest of Murat and I have heard of their interviews with several persons or distinction. Tbey have met. however, with no enoourage u eiit, apparently, either in or out of the army. The name of fcural oas been rather adopted as a last reaource. i* a great tbougn toceesary evil, which has loat ail Its prt?ug? now tbat the allied governments haw taken u j the cause, on them the Neapolitans rent witn the fullest conlldeuce, making only one proviso?that the constitution Is guaran teed to them. Tta Paris OimUitutirmrui rejoices in the "change" ol m* titnent which it reports to have discovered in the lead ing articles of the London papers, end states tbat tboy "have become more just towards France, and more grateful to the Emperor," than waa the case some time ago. Tbe Moscow correspondent of tbe London Timet, writing no 23d of August, says:? It has been definitively annoanoel, as I bear, that Baron stleginz h tx)., ol St Petersburg, have received tbe con ce*t>K*i ol tbe new main railways, and that tbey wtU be lormed exclusively by Russian capital. The cot tractors are to have tbe railways lor fifty tlx years, and tbey ar? hound to make 1 000 versts per annum, tbe first line being from N'ljnl Sovogorod to Odessa, in four years; there (Ore Ri>t>?ia wUI have 4,000 versts of railway, aad at tbe tame time, or In lite same period, an Immense enve lope men t will be given to tbe trade aad navigation of tbe Volga, tbe Don, the Dnieper, and other arterial rivers. Among tbe reccnt promotions on tbe occasion of the coronation in Moscow Is tbat of General Ramsay, win has been appointed to the command of the Corps do Grena dier*. a body which consists of 48,000 Infantry and 32 rquadrons of cavalry, with 112 guns, sappers and miters, j mid engineers in fact, a complete army In itoslf. This is to reward that officer for his Indefatigable exertions In raising and drilling rifleman, and In organising tbe corps of sharpshooters Curing the late war. Tbe old Muscovite general and oonqueror of Kara, Mouravtefl, who to sapposed to have made hlmaslf ?n popnAr In Ike Oaaoaatan provinces, has been placed en rttraUe, although be to, In spite ol his advanced age, very active and energetic, and in poesesiion of bis faculties. Tbe I.oudon Timet, of October 4, says Prtnoe Gonscbakall 's note on the Neapolitan dlHsulty la written with an ultra determination, a too vigorous reflation not to acknowledge any dlflerenoe In the poalLon of Ruaaia as caused from tbe result ol the late war It is an ov<-rd< lrg of tbe ignoring style, II to the excess ol oblivion He to so determined tbat Rossis ?hal not be creeifallen that he makes her assuming and Ulsi > rial. The seme Journal adds ? It should not be forgotten?at least, do State can afford lo lorget it?tbat m a case where ibore are just ground* for international sympathy, persecution becomes a das tar illy form of war. The ?mpatby between tlie British government and the liberal party In Nap ee aad Hteily is no ?e?e c.pri *? of leeling It I* no blrta of an boar, nor is it a sentiment to be taken up lor an occasion aad laid down when it has served IU purpose. It to the growth ' f history. The Anrd. of Brnssol, publishes an article, which ap peors in tbe Jcvntml dt Frtmkfml as a communication from Vienna It says ? It Is clearly one of the fundamental principles or Inter rational law tbat tbe sovereignty of every independent -late ought to be respected as sacred; that, consequent ly, other testes have nvt the right of preetribtng Us . om-e nf Its internal policy?of exactiag that It should follow their counsels, and especially of accompanying ib. ir demanda by threats, or of having roeonne to saea mires of c< mpuislon. lbs correspondent of the London JV w/a, at Moscow, has forwarded to that journal another at hto lengthy and deecriptive letters of tbe fit* which have been almost daily taking place sines tbe coronation of the Emperor. \ grand he'l bad taken place at U.ly Granville's, whi.-h for splendor aad Sktent seems to have been unusually magnificent. He, however, hints that bis labors ars draw lug to a diss Tbe French msll from Alflsrs bings nsws from Ksby. IU to the 24th ulL Tbs dlvlsloss of Generals Renault aad Yusaf had bad a brilliant engagement with tbe tnsur gent Kahyles, In which tbs loss of tbe latter was very considerable. The Fast India com spondent of the (onion Tinut writes, from Bombay, oe Asgust 2?:? While England Is <lisarmieg. British In>fla, or a ptrt of it, is bney with rrepe'alioe* for war Tbe rseors of a projected expedition to tbe P'nas llulf, long unioun.le-t enu deservedly disbelieved, are revived ap>n tbe b%?ii of t,n<,nesil?oable trute Krer since the rapture of He rat by i'r rre Yo?uf. the viees of the Court o' Teheran titoe tbat important town have given occasion to doubt HB<1 dl>trust A letter fr.m akutta, dated August ?, ? ye - lhr late.t pex-rs from I ahore eno-.ur re tbat He rat has been taken by the Persai a by assault. The A'netkens (Scotland) Kn*gn says:? Mra ftowe and party bade fhrewail to I Mar ob la CaaOa al h o rlotk no Thuraday morning, 21 Oatober. They were dnren la tbe Data of (Hitber-eadi carriage and f'?r and vara aocomuasted b> hta grace u fv u iki Metkie Kerry . wh<r.> tn?v m-t tlx- mail, by ?li<ch ooa t*> aaoe toev reanbed In rernesa, alerting n?tt morning for Aberdeen, where ibajr arrived on Friday Darli ( Mra Stowe't to; at the cattle toa ??*toar waa tJceed mgly iDrocaiaat. aad aba bad there ore no opportunity of a . ng any pari of iba country, etotpt la tb? immeluue ?IctaKy of toecaetla. With toa eiMpUos of toa eatUe ?nil iniiitir'ai abowt. toa Woiepte aeaoola, toa date'a farm at ??kflba. aad to* ?nail mannfkrtory al Konrt, Mr? 'towe paw none of to? Juiheriaaii Hone oat of Dan lobta cattle Wa N-heTr that Mra. *tow? purt?ieee re turning m a marten a boat toa middle of tola month, and that tn bar return bom* aba proponaa i>abiiehts? a aktoob of thl* her taoond visit to 'the Moth, r Country, undar a taw tltln. ran la, tha txktag of Boany, In Waster a Africa, wbo Im recently baan deposed by toa cblelh of bin Mala, be causa of bm agreement wlto tha Kogllah govern meat to abollth tlto tiara trade la bit dotalatoaa. waa baptised os toe 3d laatant al Chrlet church, Watoey atraet, t/>n<ton. by toa Her. 0. H. M'fllU, M. A., toa laoambeat. Ha la n toil. Intelligent looking negro, and WtM bora Is August, HIT. It Madrid, toa Dior* Kipmml, of tha 2d Isai, directs the attention of Iba gutaiumaai to toa psttuos of toa Boon*, aad rMommsada the Immediate atoption of msssnrta oaleaiatod to preveat Iba recurrence of toe catastrophe oocaatoael by rsocat operation* ladepen deatty of toa tnietd* of M Morale* Haaftstevaq, two fail ares aad toa fllglt of aararml march tats had baan toa ra ?Vita of toa last liquidation The t'alted ftatea ?Mop Laraat waa al Fooabow on toa Mtb of Jnly. Tba Manchester Oaarrftow ?ay? :_"The Admiral of Chita, Don Car lea Williams, has bees for tome time peat residing It ton eoaatry He haa bona encaged, a* lbs part of tha CbUaan government, ta making arraagewoata relative to Mote ?uablnery, which la batag menufneturert tn Glasgow, fhv a new llaa of government ateamer*. In tended to ply between Chile and Para. Ha la aleo super Inteadiag lbs building of a a umber of atoaaier* in l?adon Tha Glasgow Ctoren of October 3d, *ayt >-lt M reported that Iha Canard Stea?abtv Oompaay bare arraaged wlto tba emit eat balldart of tba Parala far aa iron raaaei of mora gtgaatte proporttona aad greater rpoed tbaa nay that hsa httbsrto erotaed tot AU-tntic. Tha tew ateamer, It it raid, 1* to be Mi M longer tbaa toe fertia, wl.l hare a greater brwarfto of brant, aad be l.Mn tott mo n bar dtt. Hfr tamt will bt the dentit, aad It It to*t <<taplated I that ik? will be afloat la the coarse of tMrteeB or tour teen moatba. I ^According to the circular of M. Ai lea Dufoar, of Lyons, the late extraordinary advance in the prlee oT silk haa oauaed a com plete stoppage of transactions, which baa produced, however, only a verj alight reacUoa, owing to tbe ? in alio tea of the stocks in band ??But,"* la re marked, "should the stagnation continue until Novcasber, when lb* new allk arrived more abaadanUy la the mar ket a revere (all will very likely take place " The Kngllsb Board of Trade bad received a copy of | | despatch from ber Majesty 'a Ambassador at Pari*, enclo ' ring a French Imperial decree, converting the ad ratirrem ! duly bUberto levied upon tobaooo imported luto A'g<?'i.< Into tbe following duties, chargeable by weight?Tobte oo, W lenT or stalk, lOf. per 100 klloa. Tobacco, manufac tured 2tif. per 100 klloa. Except tobacc o imported from I Fiance and bearing the government itamp and mark. Ibe Hong Kong correspondent of tbe London Tim*, writing on August 10, e&yti:?Tbe United States' Hteame San Jatlnio has relumed to this port from Wbampoa, having completed ber repairs, and we understand tha sbe will v*ry shortly proceed to Japan. Dr. Paiker, the Ameilcan commissioner, baa made f-trong f presentations to the Viceroy regarding the late (.Cray end tbe death o( Mr. Cunningham, and the Irape rial author-iies appear anxious to deal Impartially In the matter. Tbe I?ndon Timet, of tbe 4th Inst., says ?The Magda lone to-day, from tbe Weet Indies baa brought ?140,000, ot wblcb ?64 000 la silver. The shipments of specie to 'lay by Ibe l'ei.insular and Oriental steamer Pera amounts to ?778,763, or wbich ?3,718 Is gold lor Alexandria, Cey lon, Madras, and Singapore, and ?775,060 silver for Bom buy, Calcutta, Pecang, Singapore, Hong Kong, Canton, and changbai. The French Undget In 1837. Hie Pari* Mwiitur ol October i publishes tbe following report to tbe Knmeior Irom M Mague ? Sins :?At ibe nicment I am preparing tbe draught of tbe budget o 11-ftS, to submit It to the examination of tbe Council or .State, I pr? Meet to your Msjeety, according to your orders, a <-un mary of the principtl facts of the cur rent y?ar, to nerve as a guide for our provision of recetpto nod txpenoituru Tbe c'rcjmHtance* we have bad to go through, Sire, have been vtr> difficult: e.ory evil seemed to have occurred at tbe ?aiue time?war, cholera, Inundations, prolcnged riearih oi provisions. A single one of these calamities tufllced in former times to dry up tbo sources ul wealtt and labor, to oreals disorders in tbe State, and to oomprum se at tbe same time public and private for tune. In tbe accumulation of calamities that weighed upon us it might st least have been feared that oonfldenoe would bave been shaken, and that the suspended action tf industry and of commerce would bave led lo a marked diminution In the revenue* of tbe Treasury. Well, sire, misioriuties too numerous have doubtless bttliced your Majesty's heart; bul despite theao sad trials. < very sincere friend of truth and of bis country must teel happy in arknowinlgli r tbe (act, perhaps unprecedented in hu-tory, that never, thanks to the cotddunce Inspired by your Majesty. was security more complete and order i mere perftct, never was the national activity more de veloped, never was the increase of the public revenues so isptd Singular clrcumttacoe ! tbe embarrassments of tbe situation arose 1 r m prosperity Itselt, and in some mea sure lrom tbe ticesa of confidence By a happy neces sity, tbe efiorts ol the government were directed not to provoke, but to restrain the general eagerness, and to k> ep speculation, by reiterate J warnings wit hi a tbe hauls ol prudent reserve. Tbe progress of the current budgets, credit, the bank, ibe treasury, are the points where tbe sym|>toms most chiefly converge and manifest themselves, wntch at ft given moment characterise the eonaomlcal p wiUon of the country and provide tbe most oorrsct measurement of Its strength. As they must serve as a basis for a reasonable appreciation ftf tbe wsnta and ol tbe resources of tbe fa tore, 1 beg of your M?j.-sty to allow me to make them tbe subjtet of mj obser * as. Tbe budget of lbt>4 te in the way of settlement. Its provisional situation. pub ha bed nit year, predated an ? xcess ot expenditure of ltrt),000,000f. That dettclt la re duc*d to 73,000,W* r ui Ue ?*t?n ',ve accoaat Ibe budget of 1866 has Just beea doaed Everything induces tbe hope that tbe dchuii will not?xoeed 60,000,0001 to ? O.OCO.OOOt. The*e figures wi l appear satisfactory, sire, U compare i wnb tbe aversge Idsi fllci-aey of the live preoedlni years, wbieb is not Una tbaa 80,000,(00f., and if we take lnt> scoount the ? eortnoua outlays caused by public calami ties, exclusive of tbe war, which fell upon tbe ordlaary budgets of 18M and ls?6, and which caused very high supplementary cru Its. tor ISM, is*,000,000f.; tor 1866, I7?,ta 0,0* if. 1 This, relatively, favorably result* to the extraordinary Increase of the Indirect revenues, which lavt year reached the enormous lis "re of t6,W)0 00Uf., without oooatlilg 33,010.10(1. artsicg frem aew taxes at no period, under tbe happiest la fl nances, baa tbe prorita tlve streagib of Ibe aattua manlfaaled Uaalf by soon ?t ik<ng sigi s. Has this movement, wbieb was attributed to tbe Dai versa! Exhtbltloa, caas?d la 1166V It was thought so, and said so, but It Is unite a mis take The proof. In tact, was decisive. Il the produoe of 1*66 waa to be attributed to an accidental cause, we should bave wtusaeed what always hsppens after sosss pfodigiotw effort?a sudden stop to progress, and tbe pro dare of 1666 tall off, and even below tbat of 1664. I am happy to say, sire, that tbe ooatrary haa taksa plane. Not oaly baa tbe amount of 1664 been reached aad ex reeded, notot.y, hitherto, at least, has tbe extraordinary level of 1866 been aUaiaed, oat Ibe first month ol the I resell I J ear, compared with tbe corresponding months ui last year, have gives us a considerable Increase. | This increaae for tbe first six months alone is 68.000,000 more tbaa la 1864, aad nearly an,000 000 above 1866. It la Uue that the oompardon tor tbe month of August IS leas favorable, but It Is sot of consequence, it is ex plamed by tbe anticipated paj meats made la August of lest year with a view to avoid tbe new tax (fapp/ica/iwi du ncawaw dtcimu.) This pvtiai loss will, moreover, socn be made good. Tbe lafortnattoe received allows us to hope tbat in tbe mo Lib of September tbe lacisase will extend 12,000,000 Unaliy the progress rf tbe obi taxes and the arnouat nf the new onea form, la the draught of Ute budge! for the nine first months ol the oarrent year, aa exosaa of value or about 7i OOO.OOr. Ibe importance nf ibis figure '? beyond a question. 11,us, sire, without giving way to llliistoua, we bava tbe moat serious reason to hope tbat lor the ilrst usee ?leo? many years tbe budget lor iliM, despite lbs expense of loase, will bave a real balance <4 accounts rbia most d? slrable result oblaiand at a more difficult period, Is tbe best pro* f that Ibe rtslag movement of Ibe public wealth is far from havti g laliea ofl Is a cm tiary proof to be fonad la lbs pi relation at public secnrtties' In my optni'n this also would be aa erne. Tbe subject is a very dslMab oae aad dliBcu't of appra ciaiton fa tbe alleraaUvea of rtae and fall a great deal ? f inUucBce is una caliy lo pass ng causae of'ea unknown stid unexplained. Bat a general aad rvamuriag fast ? ian<fe lotth, and oaiiaot tan to prevail the ?! speculation o' pabilc serarittea does aot arise, aa every sincere maa all awn, either Irom e want af mafldaaaa or from a dl Bimniifle ot capital la Fraace. or from a want of solidity in the srturttiea, bat solely fioat their great number. No maa must be aarprlsee at b; it la tbe la variable law of n riimerce. every mrirhandlen kiaas la valu.i ar?aedlag to tl-0 nl n hand, cepoctal'y tf it eiotfli Uw naia and aval atilo rcaoarce* of lb* ummiiL Now. lira, the rMNrcn of Prance in pr?t, tboy m m iridf rrooat (acta have ?boon Utalr extool. Titer* ?wa?d only bo My aortaa* ?upr II ibe cnorVtloa protiBd ibM tbry vara iillmlrd, u4 that tbcy m aulB ctrat 10 oiako is on* .1a? la ftaroa, and area abroad, that which ami be lafl u> tbe pa<leat wmk of lime Bot kvitxt w'eo rr rommealalioaa of jmr Mojeoty ix> llatewed M Ml tlma be given tar tbe nurolua to roa off. the claaat Arattrw wUI be rspld and the lorel will anon oo aUataod. mr 1 repeal the iu?a<iaitoa ta ?<>ti4, ib? ireaeat nocurl >Msr ml f'Deral ly rm Km ad and t>rodootJea oawrprtaoa, and la reality er?-dit baa maintained tie fall power. Km bartaa*m?ata, I car.cot rc:?*i it loo <KV a air*. rwa ooly arlta from eieeo*## again*! which ?poculat?oo, It la to d? hopnrt, *111 kao* how to guard Itietf TO u?r mbo eauoo m<tat ho attributed the roaater bWtw ? blch i mi year, at tbla ??a>oo. com pel tod too Btak of t rinor to aiinpl aom# reatrMir* m?a*nr*a Tboao trensoreo woro wroosly uaderetnod by ? portloa of lb# public heraoao Uley w?ra iM alwaye roaatdorod 10 lb*1 proper h?bt or with impartiality Thai great ea tablwhmeal to < or Drew 4 with ?c maai and aocb dlflb real mtoT"t? thai *bate*r < tab it nutac* IffM wooBdlBg ""W of them; aad bnworor prudeat may t>e lb* w?n? It artopta, IbM courae la aaro ?o bo blammt by ibe iBterorta tbat b??? aoSbred by Iv. What waa IM po >Hk>b ? Tho dairy i taoonol attorned nurbttaM propor In na The Wdelpia dimtntabed rapidly. Every om ad atued that m m? immediate remedy waa required, what that remedy wao to bo waa tbe oaty pntnt ot diacuaotoo. xxpodtaat* ol tho BOM rarton* nhwanwr woro propoeed v? hat .lid lb* haak <lof Whet H bad alway* ?iK-o?e?fuilr ?Iobo uador o#arty all preaading goveraaienta omter atmi iar clrcomaiancea It Bald In tho pobttfl, ?' However libe ral may bo ay etaiatM. thoro enisle, however, ao regards ibo bwoo of my itock to a limit, which mam pro loace, r Dot law. hwl? me adhere to. To enaMo m? to oona? to tho in [port of a froatar ovmbor of waotaorory ooo moat 1 ?ireo to r?pay mo ?ooaor:" and with tMi ob^ontti ooo tinM 11*011, la l*etHwlB( wo rata of lotorwrt, to radoo* ibo timo tar i rpay meat. poobUoaa H aaaaod a diaar r?n|rarrt IB commercial drc.loa, wbloh waa to bo rw irettod. hot by wblah ooaMooraa itaoU waa aot a looor ->e rroonrrva of tho haak, oftaaor raaowad, Bltawad It to ??ooiibi mora frooly; If It* Maaa war* al xhortar dataa, ib> j war* more anmercwa. and la taat, ditrtagtha atoatha of Oetobor No?rmbor aad Iwcombor, aader tho laflooaeo of Ibo meaaaro in qoraltoa, tho UMaat H diamaatod ?? eeedrd bt more than MQ.MO.OMf tho aaMoat dlanoaatod ib ibo correaixmrtlai moatho ot tho protteai yaar Tbla eBormotiB help giroa to oomaiaroa bae ad booa B?aniont ly pot?crd f_ action ib?a tbe Rank of Frtim obrlatod, aa It bad dooe Vetoro. Ibo *rti which thraataMd It, aad 4id aot canoe thora eettooa portarbaUona to omm^roo which ? el* ipprrb??<*d. Tho haak of a aolgbbonac oo intry, < rapite tbe yrrat rrrdw it at toys aad tho loffal ooarao of U? not#* ?*? ermitHrd at tbo *amo par od to Innpnao t f?a ccn mcrco b fact, if r ot In form, rcotiioMoaa of a Bi'ich ?tr-?B Jtforcaa nature Ibo cir aBi'taacoa which laal year itetormlaod Ibo ro I iti'-irns u? ktttk hariaf rtcirrrd tbla year, It itaa tfeaught fit to adopt the aame courae, kod e*peota the tant i Mul t TbttBbwrHiBNti of the bant.well aa or public crsoit, do not ariae rrom a real 4m * ,ule ?' Ibwgt, but ftom umpoiary exuberance. lbr exportation of specie baa be "? apoken or. Toe ? uccesau/B 01 bad barveata, tbe puretia * ol "'Iks abroad, and ether l<?a legitimate cauees have, . t?ubtleaa, hat ao u tiu? r ce en tbe export of oor apeete: ailver eapecially baa become an object of trafile to an eitei. ? to alarm pub IIcopkihjb; -t consists In dbduotlnf from certain cola* ihelr surplus value. Tiia aorting, which i *nda to upset the genet *1 equilibrium of our monetary ajei em. **' for merly considered aa a debasement, and w> w liable to very revere puntahment Modem legislation caomt bo pow rieaa aitainat'aucb an abuse: which has i wthing in common with the unconteated principle ofOse t. government of your Majesty ia now moat juitly c vanldar ick the aiibjec.t. But, on looking at tbe queatlon under its '-ener *' an<t liermanent aspect it ia evident, 81m, how fea ? u rtained for iba future are devoid of fot **d? lion Whea, despite the accidental wanu I I *Te juat apoken of, the amount of our exports exceeds Vie import* to an enormous figure. It la not poaslh ?bat the balance which in in our tavor, aa< * which amoauU to $l,arX,000,000 aiooe I860, should uoi hate brought ua by our aalea mure apeole than we hav? *lv? n out In purchacea. A very remarkable fact oooHrm? ibis cortlorion. According to tbe official returns of th? cut torn bouse, France baa received since the aame pe nod in gold or silver, 800,(j 00,COO more than ahe exp >r< od; the flrat eight montba ol the current year figure In this amount for 7*4000,000. Doubting* the returns for the exporta may not be alwaya complete, but the aame may be aaid ol the importa What ha? become of tnia specter It Ui not lost, hire; It la In the country; It has gone into the thousand arteries of circulation whloh feel ibe numerous workshops ol public works, manuracturea, ogiicullure, commerce; 't provide* for the new wants re suiting from the rievelopementofaoctal activity, and by Its teci'tidiiy it itceasea tbe puolic wealth. He embarrassment!) which have been rlgnallzed are not, tieretore, to be attributed to any tun amonul rice, but k. momentary causes. Ttiesia e of the treaaory, which is excellent, la an ad dltknsi proof be flrat two loans are sett ed, and the Inatalmenta of tbe last which will suffice to liquidate the war, are paid tip regularly. The public revenues Increase, aa I have already obaervec, in a proportion never before equalled ibe taxea are paid without co?t, with rare punctuality, utid even In advance. Money flows into the pablio chests be pay oient of the last hall year'a rente has let us with a rem rve ol 110,1X0,000. It must be evident to every ti' an in bis sensea that tbeee lac a are Indications of a fundamentally good position. According to tbere consideratiooa, aire, 1 have thought bt, In preparing ibe budget of IHfcfl, to set aaide tbe cares of tbe mooieut, and to taxe, aa a basis for my cakiula ufans, tbe natural and normal movement or the public parte. Wishing, however, aa for 1867, to limit the eventu ality of supplementary credlta, 1 have according to your Majesty'a ordtra, calculated tbe expenditure wit a the greatest possible exactitude, an) tha receipts with tbe greatest oioderatljn. Tnu?, ueapite some relief to the pesiliou of small functionaries, and tne alleviation af some tax> a. we msy hope that the budget of 1868 will suffice largely for its expenditure. 1 sm with tbe moat profound reapect. aire, your Ma iefrt> 'a very bumble, very obedient aervant aod lalthtui aubj>?t, P. MaUNE The Political Condition of Italy. |P*ru> (t*ept. 6) Ourrei-poDdooce or tbe London Dam ] Recent and trustworthy account* describe tb? condition ol Italy at thla moment an moat critical, and the grnalent ?eitneniauon extends (ram Cap? Spnrtivento to the SUtes ot rut can 7. I doubt whether the unhappy sovereign, ?bc-e cruelly and obstinacy are tbe cause of all, will make any concessions worth speaking of, and I do not i<ar< that the nopea exprt sou for tho last few day tare likely to be realized. The ordinary letter* from Naples are, It must b? ob served, somewhat contradictory reelecting the Inlention* or tbe King Yon are aware that hi- Hsjesty, Boding that the norm wss imminent. called together not only his ui-ual advitera. but also the superior officers of the army, *nd seme of the (real civil runctloeartes. to learn their < pinion aa to the probable result ol tbe proceeding* on the part of England and France. The parties oonaulled are ?aid to have inanimously agreed that be aboul 1 reject every condition which had tbe appearance of a ooncea mm extoited bv force, seeiag that tbe moment tbe " agi ia'or* " uw they were supported by the (real Power*, It would be utterly Impossible for the jo vera men I to taain lain order m Ut king acta K is svsrred that lbs gevera mi-i>t dta not leny the rxlstence of abuaea, but they allege tbe ' 1: c-i.lt) of administering justice promptly Inaoonntry iu ? blch revolution is not exuncl. fbey were, however, ?f of.ntin that if the authorities showed *i(na of beaita iion or ol wtaknrer, either by releasing the prisoner* who fcsve been found ftuilty li) tbe tribunals or by permitting the return to thr country ot persons who, they said, avow tbetr culpability hy tbo fi ry lact or self banlibment, nclbisg could save the Hlate from ruiblng headlong on starchy. Tbe conclusion ot these persons waa, that the Msg waa quite justlfled in promising lo listen to the 1 ounseis given to rum In an amicable manner, and to tol u.w tnem M, on matare retiretlon, be approved of ibem; 1'lit that he should at once and decidedly reject even the | very heal suggestions if accompanied by meaaoes U was u consequence of this Inter view, and after due dell ? -rsnoii. that the King made up his mind to re>eol lbs ienande of tbe Powers, wbteh be oonsidered would strip n> of all independence and dignity In tbe eyas of bit ?Lbxela. M. Iluhner subsequently made his appearance, i.ot (according to the letter from which 1 take tbeee racts) Mf the purpose or giving advice to the King or exerclrluf soy prreeure on aim, builo receive communioalloo* (yea i ts Majestv which bo conslderwl aocxeeery to refer to Virpaa Tbe Cortsobakofl circular H thought to eiplals ?i.ff.i |< stty why tba minion of M Hub tier railed, If it ban o mpleiely tailed It was rutoortd that M Hubner bad received a confidential mission from the kmperor Na poleua. Napoleon's Interference In Ibe tloveniMat of Mpaln?Ills Advice to the Unesa. A letii r Irom Madrid, ol Oct. 2, In the huUpendtmct or Rrueseis says The Kmperor Napoleon has addressed an autograph letter to queen Isabella. coutatniag eight pages lull of very serloua oout.rtl*. After praising several or the acta of tbe present Cbblaet. tbe Kmperor recommon is ber Majesty to beeltate at any Ireab ministerial modlfloaUoo, to maintain Ibe oonsUtational rejis*. which, in the opt a Mm ol tbe Kmporor. m alone s'-iited lo tbe Ksmnsula, to raise tbe state of siege as toon ss It ran be done, and lo call together. In tbe shortest possible delay, tbe ? -?_ s?????? ? ? w- y uwt wi" uetvy, MM MBM6 I and tne Cbamier ol Peputlee. Tbe Kmperor Insists on tbe ns.iee*tty 01 giving lo tbe two Chamber* irse ami entire lib. riy of ?lieeussloo, and to avoid by all means s return lo Ibe arbitrary aid despotic r? , imr wl.ich ?!?tu?lise.l Hie .-sru>ri'is Ministry Hll Ma I".ty siU-rwarns enters 011 secondary questions, and Into v?ry prscire details on lbs admlnUtraiive reforms which are called lor by H sin <>ne passage or the letter Is re lative to the fatal mlluenoe which certain members or Ibe clergy mis hi exercise, sod points out tbe laager wblcb might re?ult tr It were not put an end to Tba letlsr. Is general. Is 1 >il' ol sympathy for the 1,1 .eon and for the Mblisters particularly lor Marshal o Honaell and M. Rlos tk sas It baa produced a very deep sensation on tbe n, | I ??( I ? r Msie<ty who immediately. 00 rnoir og it, ?eat lor Marshal O'ltnenell, with whom she held a on* lerence of ?pwards of three boors. Tbe letter wis after wards read at a oouncll ot M.ulster*, IM will not (ail lo bnve greet ?b Que do* 00 the po'l ry of tba Cbblost. Ws shall see ta a few days whether be impreasioe produced hv it on tbe mind ot ibe Dora* will be powenul enough to withdraw ber irom the ntriguea wbiob are ?Tslsstly al week arouad her Tk* Ptetce Administration and the Pee?e of lis* World J [from tbe London Times, 'let T ) Is the Central American quesuoe realty to 00me oa sgsis* We cnaslgoed It only three or lour days sgo to aa bono-aMs grave, at d mode a ftweral r ratio* over it. We briefly ep iowied Its history fr- m infancy In mi ld!s age. and Ir >m middle age lo dectl is and dsott The Inst ? -eweii was before us is the shape at a document with It ? lames sf "On"sndon" and - Hueran altbebittnm 1) *? docsmetl BsslH S'?pen*d of the diOloulty ol llritnb 0 sgeilse si Otetrmi *mi 1 n s. nsd with the disposMl sf that dlSnmty the whole ta?*uoa *eem< d at rent. Is lbs 11 ? e to open ant Ibe nut pus to tomi to life agw* * This t> 1 mi Americaa (boat is a very di?eu t ooe to Iny, and, tbengh ' very tw?1 y bns been snylng, "Rest, rest, per ?orbed spirit ' lor a long time, it seems to he ont agaia * itb the <oekc? owing rue A user Won conbn are vary !?we?r*l erowers No Kngllsh oock * crow?not sees I tbe unearthly gutinral ol Uie Ones in China?sas oeM up |hrwt? now a days But tbe Waahlngton breed ap l?ar lo bave this nslracukwis power, and to be sn with tbe *sblerrsnean kingdom W?sblmgton magle bee tbe power of raising dend question* to llle again, so lb*t when everyb?ly w oom'brtabiy asleep, ia the faith that some otd topm of str?s is at last eoursiy end finally s?4Ued nnd never will be beard of again. In walks tbe ?h?et How 1 (ten have the words been said, or ?enetl.tng like tbem, wltbm tbeee lent three or fonr day*. ? Weil the American qnesMsn is settled at last? that is a good thing over P Hnt Is It sstMnd f Be re Is ibe eoneh?K>n^f tbe report of the Tsited Htptns Commie ? toeer. Mr Amee B Oorwinn, with refornoeo tn nertnln oistnrheecse at Pannmn. sllrnil d wKb loss of life tn some A menran ctuiene I'onnected wtlb. or pnssenger* by the new railway ? 1 feel li s duty Incumber! on me to rw?wtmend Immedi sis ores pane y of the Itbmus. frwta noean to mssn, by ibe 1 nlted Mates, s< the be* peae?l. ahui mud* w> InsursuMy nnd tr as >11111 lev to the it?n*H nnlese New tlrannde after tbe proper repr- -en'stioes ?ball Ware Iteea mnita. and ibe n<< ?* MWy dewisnd made upon ber ia pureaaoee of tr??iy ?ii|.Mls lilofii r?ii Mlltfr iii aa in t?r Otilii* - -J '?n ~~ and idBeials of the l*nte of Panama. " Ibe Cabinet al Wnablngton is now slttlsg upon Ibis protean 1, snd though Mr. Mercy is onderstand le be ngamnt it, It M reportanl 10 be becked by Ibe President nnd Mr Jefferson tWvte It Is onnsnsnsary oI nourse in sny '?s< n.rA e ym.?edfg cmJd wnf yessWy b> nOoa> 1 hp /frtluA yon. resn ut A long nnd Intricate diplomat! roere?pe*deeoe has Just eeded in ths withdrawal <10 lb r*rt M eev even grrvemmeat from ell aocupeHon of O? trel AmerVmn territory Tbe Island of H*sms, for many years la eur pons res kin has been given up to Hoeiurev Ibe Mosqnltn protectorate bed been abesdoeed. with trio si pees* object of relieving Central Amee ten from Brill tb occupation, and ssctirlng Jiat as opse sad neutral ground for ibe projected interocsaaic eaeel Ibtt the 1st u hardly iry wnb wbtrb tbto agreement bns been sigaed when tbe Ceiled Stales Commissioner formally renen ?? ads to hi* gore.nmenl lb? open oocapelion of tbe nnet Important perttee ef the Central Amtr( cs* tstbvns. and the Cnlted "bales governmeal del a ^aitiy entertsins se discusses tbet rrcomtneadetiari a , V"w Vetk r. I I. w ? rsry refl -ts the artonisemar.t w 1 s blrh ahe irbCT pMH* 'ten M Ameiltat sevsty ttsotf regard tbls phut, a peaks of H h "aa MtormOH Hkt?< of riibum-nng,' and says -'it will be read with mum iu? r>t " It la quite understood, acoor ting to |auuL ?Ui the adopuoc of auch a plan will immediately S3 to; thai "tbe design of Jellerson Davis and Mr. Pier He In mck(- Ibe Panama massacre a pretext for seizing the wkall utbnioa" will not be allowed by thiscountry, and that IMa p < cent Wa hlngton cablurt will thua "close lta admtta iratton vy pluugirt* ua into a war with the maritime Mk il<o? of Europe.'' Oar opposition, then, to stub a t-fbeme ia taken for granted, with all ita oonae <jii<-ur?a. But we do not wlrh to treat each a question eo tenously We wi I not suppose tt pen hibie tLat a war can arise upon so plainly usiea able a gronnd on Iho part of the United tMatea, dud tu.it the latter will put themselves so ranch la the wrong Tb>< better part ol American pnbNs (?pinion will be able to prnveat this. The comment wh will make on tbla matter now in, that we Irast cucfc as exhibition aa this will not be without Its eCaot ea the ii ii'liig. nt part of the American public, with referenda to th. Bi-prouchirg election They must s?e how sauoh *ucb ptojtrts aa these discredit he government of the I mud Mute* In the eyes of Kurope, and that 11 la MMh time for a harder ol oiietal power to ether hands, lie dcmc-ratte party has tunc had tU nmng, and it it trUiml in what tfvrctiun they bailing iht veuel of the State, thai thty are bixniring thing* to a critical vmt, and that tm nun.on j ?*irr<m<-r.t in hands vfaat growing lift* m qii?rmiu-nt u-?*fc uAirA it wiX be hardly potiiie to deal A t Vlbuata nrg gsremment witch entertain* nay project at i^iai.^M ini-t^ wliiiifi comes before It, alxtolutely tttm at..* oasytn itri rrterpre'atioi ofen<ag jments, riding ever )'<lu.<i?tHe anferenawhngF, nnd submitting to o>* law ofti lernuli-Miai courtesy or justice, a government whldh, ?oon? r or laur, wJl< be F.elf-pui.tiihed by pracucal exota alon I rem the rilplorenlw. clrcm end the great intornaUeaaf> H?Wm, A certain eede or no*or and mauanrs M* tte individual lor jceiely, a certain acquiescence IB international claim! and undei-rtaiH'lnga tito (be' government and uuWtt for Ukklce its place anoag the governments and tatama of tb? world. The Af*S who lives in a tent ttr the Otaert, ant a gipsy who llvew ui der a tarpaulin on heo!to*aad commooe ui grass la*M and deserted ba n>arda is net a tnenber ol civilize* rociety; and a govern men-: wftlch doas not allow the yoke of uid?i>tandlDgb and ooicpnrts is no lit uember ol tiba great conlederation or Huu# A "01t>uat9?Mg ment" is to the great circle et nations wtm&s gipsy ts te solely. We trust, then, that that per*, or tbe American pabMa winch wanta to nee tbe (Jnltt-d .'rates oocu pytag a res pest able poaiilon in the world wl!l bo routed 5>y auch a 4a mouttialion aa this to activity, s>d see the nioeealty of ? - change or political banda. Mr ^cbuatn li oommtlMI i>y tlie OtOnd manije: to to a j*>luy '.iki> h <ntut m-re and msr? rrlax the c<*lr ot the (Jmted Main it thrir rriati'+tl to tAsr r alien* We aee by this nuggtwtion to ocoupy Panama UM kind of fruit wblcb eprlng Irom auch a policv jcnslMa Amt-ncana will see that aa aoon as such a policy aa thla la undi rstood to be ad >pted at b*-adqua>tors it will not ke allowed to lie Idle. Thete will be constantly men puttfag tbi mselves forward, and availing ?hemaelves of it aa a miane ol pnahing tb*m?elv>-s Into party Tavoe Mr. A mow B. Corwine will doubtless, before long, oome fSr ward and recommend htmsell to aomn American ooeett tueney on the strength of this recommendaUim or his ha will work the ground well, and we shall expect to hssr ef blm in Congress. This policy cann H be a mete thwiy; it will be an uncesalng practical diaiurbaiice, an enils? am or calls upon tbe I'mwd States govornmeattn aggression. Kvery mischievous and ambitious rasa try to get pollt'cal capital out ot It. and the government will be poked unmerclfu ly and forced to aot out tfea 'In ory It Is high time, then, that the theory shoult be disavowed, that a cb<ck should be given to this and tbat tbe United States government should pais IM* other hands. ADDITIONAL NEWS BY THE ARABIA. Halifax, Oct. 34, KM. Wo have the following additional intelligence by Mm Arab In:? The following are extracts from the Lindon TYstes *Mg article* of Wednesday, Thursday and Friday:? WaoMxoAT, Oct. 8, IBM. Supposing prudent counsels to prtTitl, the erif consequences of the change will be that the ar tificial purohaaee of gold which the Bank of Kranoo are now driven to make In London, will cease. ?< that oar discount market will return to an easier poMttam, according to the progrees towards a gantral revival at mMcmi on the continent Assuming the contrary, am IInation la fails from increased paper issues, gotd w4H be drained thence to thin and other countries, and that ? buoys* cy of trade coupled with an tncreaslag abuadanas of mousy, moat be anticipated here; results, however, that would appear miserably poor In the face of the sHk to be sustained from the ultimate Injury which the oraM and the commerce of France must undergo, and IM political uncertali ties that would be consequent upoa H. THi:a?i>AV, Dot 9, MM The next monthly statement of the Bank or France wll be looked lor with greater anxiety than ever >slurs at tended such a document Tbs last letters mestloasd Iksi the drain was not Increasing bat nothing traasptrad sab tequeatly. As tbs pressure on this slds is merely tadl reet. the returns of I he Bank of Fjtgland are not welled for with equal latsrsst. Ii Is to be expected that the asM returns will present a reo arkable diminution la Mm amount of usemploje I notes. On a single day the apfM catloas for discount tad advanoes are known, recently, ta have exceeded one million of pounds, and thsy are sadar stood on maay other oecastons to have been extraM^ Isrga. The creator part of theee advances will have ta be paid an Monday next, tlmnltaneoualy with the tall das ef ?iivldetds It is therefore plain that the dividends vC, this quarter, afford ao relief?the position of affairs Mag [ rsrisely the same as If the public had already raostveg (hem. fmoat, Oct. io?a r. u. Ths English funds are quiet, withe ut material altsra tioa. Great activity has been apparent la business, tag there seems to he Increased ooaOdeace. Consols Mr money we quota nt M* n 91V aad for acoosat at a OS)*'. Exchequer bills, ta. a 8s premium, esnnsqnar bonds, 9*K ? V. asd India bosds. 7s. a lis preatam. A despatch from Vinnsa of ths 8th last, nays ?Agreea bly to a communtratloa from Nap as of ths IM alt., published la Ihe Austrian OaJ*tU. It would appear that ibe King ol Naples has written to Queen Victoria aad Inula Nspoleon that be was desirous of taking part la the new Confereaoe at Paris, for the per pose of maktag known the acts of amnesty aad the organic rsforass it wna bis intention to grant. MADBin, Oct ?, IBM. By a royal decree published la the fJaseffe this day, M. festers Is named Spanish Ambsseador at Waahiagtoa Advices from Ooastaetlnople of the 1st of Uelsbsc eay ?Tbe misunderstanding about tbe lale or Herpeatn la llksly to bring ths French flett back agate >eme Aea Lrian ships of war havs also gone to the Isle ARRIVAL OP THE ARABIA AT BOSTON. Bonnm, Dot. M, ISM The stramshlp Arabia arrived here from Halifax, at ? o'clock this svenlng. There is ao news In tbe paper* brought by bar additional to ihat already seat over eber tbe wires from Halifax Her malls will ba daspslcbsd over the New Bavea RaUread by tbe early moraiaguaia, which Is das la New York to morrow, at Irs f. M Naval IntelUgeaee> 1 ieatennnt F. B. Keuebsw, ( sited Metes Navy, baa ra oeived orders to repair to the Catted States aarai rsndsn vtns at Philadelphia. The follow tag Is a sorrset list of ofhoers sttaahed la feb Pitted Blaise steam rrigale Wabaah, bearing tbe bnsd pensaat s< Commodore Hiram Paulding, ? mmsnllcg the Borne Hqaadrtm ? mptain, Frederick Engla; nontenants. fteorgs T Sa rlair (M. efl ), R A Harnet. n M. Fairfax, J. 0. Bsaa n.ost, I eaaard Panlding. H F ynackenbusb. Purser. IM hraa Buchanan. Passed Aantstaat Jtargeon. H. U. ?njs|r Assistant Hu'geoa. W.ntam lobneoa Jr . Obapiala, Hose* R Chase Master. B ? Garlaad, Mafias ollcers, Caps. H Mare saber eaa Second lientenaot Jnmss lewis CMn madoro's Hscretary, J. Adair Ptassaate. MlMMfML Moatgemevy Ptoard Mward Lea. C 8. Norton H. K. laitea, Aufiistaa P. (Mi. Thames ft- Westmaa, (Him M Rio?fe<t. Oaptata's eierk. A. O Hbaff. Purser's clerk, O W Turk Boatswain A. Pnmeroy <i saner, William 81 Hamihon. Carpenter, N. Mager Asiimaker, .lames hrp toa. Chief Kagtaeer, .fames W Kiag First AssMaal k. rrneers, K T. Barvln, 0 B Maaomb Second M. M? William S Nanm. Jamee H. KUnbnU. Third M do,, Ibn irina J Jones, PhlNp 0 PeKa, < Merge J. Barry Cwe'nnsr'e Isqnasts. Fsvtt Rss Orm Amwmr ?Oornoev HUls bald an in quest at tbe bonne ef Rabrtaa Ooraoll, No. 73 West Thlr ?y .fifth street, spaa tbs badf of na tat treating oMM Mmed Harriet OornaU, who man klltsd oa Tbs re lay afternoon, by b?rta? ran esrev by an las wagan nt corseref Bsveath avaaaa and Thirty Mb street lb* before tbe esuld art oat of tbe way the boras etrash Mr aad ths a heels of Mm veklske Imssndlntnly pnsnsd sear her b?dy. Verdtst, Aeetdentnl death " DsaSMSd wai n nnuvn of phtbM)elpbin, aad wan 14 yean af sge Tbs parants ef the deceased are well atgh iMstrnctnd st tbs un fmeiy and paiafnl death of their child Forsn Daownw ?Coroner Bills bell sa Isqoest at pier No. 1 Fast river, upon the body of n mas name* John Oonltn. who was found drowned at No. VM Moarne street, and bee a?* MM 1 lb Ireland Vert*. 'S iptnasd drowalsg was U j vara ef age