Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 3, 1857, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 3, 1857 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 7733. MORNING EDITION-TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1857. PRICE TWO CENTS. THE ELECTION TO-DAY. CudkUtcs to be Voted For Tb? Polling Vtiewt Poll* Open >1 fli31. Morning. Polls Close at 4i57, Evening. Under the provif ioua of the new Election taw, two elections are to > o held every year: ono for the choice of Slate, County and Judicial officers, and the other to elect City officers. The first to be held on the first Tuesday in November and the latter on the first Tuesday In December, a month later. Below we give a list of the randidatcs to bo voted for to-day, which, it will be perceived, comprises State, and Legislative officers ; Judges of the Supreme, Superior, Common i'lca* and Marino Courts; a Judgo of the Court ef Appeals; Recorder, Register, Surrogate aud District Attorney. On the Bret Tuesday in December next, the citizens o New York will be called upon to vote for Mayor, Governor of the Almshouse, Aldermen, Councilmen, Supervisors, Police und Civil Justices, School aud Ward < Ulo is. STATE OFFT< 'EES. Democrat. Aiiwru-an. Secretary of State. .GUlem J. Tucker.. Jas. O. Putnam. flomptroiler Sand'd K. Church. . Nath'l R I I n ton. Attorney General. .1 n Tremaln. . .Henry H. Ross. Slate Treasurer.... V. Vanderpool. .T.yman Odell. Canal (Vmmiw'r. . ..!? tin M. Jaycoi GoMs'th Dcnnlfton. State Fitg. and Sur.T. H. Richmond.. . .Roswell Gravos. ?Hate l*rtson Ins'r. . W. C. Rhodes John M. Stevens. Judge Ct- Appeals. .fUirum Demo 'Hiram Ketchum. Abolition. HcpMican. Secretary ofFtate. .J. MC'une Smith.. .Alm?n M. Clapp. Comptroller ILewi? Tuppan Roln-rt Denniston. Attorney General. .Levi. T. Kan? haw. . Wm. Curtis Voyes. 3taUTi>a*iircr....C. It. II. MilU John T. Hogeboom. Caual Ci.mmi-tc'r. . .J. C. Harrington. .. Arlol S. Thurston. Suite Eng. and Sur.K. Porter George Guddes. State Prison lns'r.. J. C. Delong Thou. Kirkputrick. Ju.'go Ct. ApiieaU.Beriot Green Timothy Jenkins. ? Endorsed by the workinijmen. {Not endorsed by the workingmen. declined. ?> JFSTICE8 OF TIIE SUPREME COURT. Out. Democrat. American. Republican. 1. D. P. Ingraham.*Wm. Mitchell Wm. Mitchnl. J. Suth' i laud . . .fClias. A. I'eabody .Chan. A. I'eabody. 2. John W. Brown. ?rhos. Neltou Thos. Nelson. John A. lyilt tLiinirn BirCUeye. . I.nc.ien Hirdseye. 5. R. W. Pcckf?am.*llenry Hogeboom.H-nry Hogeboom. Dmif'h K. Olney.fWrn. B. Wright... Wm. B Wright. 4. Aionso C. I'aige.AlouzoC. Paige... .Piatt Totter. 6. F. W. Hubbard. ? Joseph Muliu. 5. Robert Parker.. No nomination Wm. W. Campbell. I. Geo. Hastings... Scott Lord Titos. A. Johnson. 1 ejohn Gwisoo...*Levl F. Bowcn....fMar?in Grnver. tT. W. Thayer. . ? ?Noah Davis, Jr. *Long term ? eight years, f Short term ? four years. COUNTY Supreme Court... Superior Court. . . . Common Pleas.... Murine Court Surrogate Pietrict Attorney.. Recorder Regirter * Long term, f OFFICERS, JUDGES, ETC. DrmxriU. Opposition. .?P. P. Itigraham... 'William Mitchell. tJosiab Sutherland. fCha.?. A. I'eabody. . J'**. S. B?sworth...H?nj. W Bonn*y Fdward Pierrepont. I.uman Sherwood. .Henry H. Hilton. .. Wm M Allen. . Horenee McCarthy. Wm. H. Brown". . Edward C. West. . . Alex. W Bradford. .Peter II J^won.-y. . Iisnicl I'llman. .Geo. G. Barnard.. .Alex. SjvaMing . Willing Miner James 11. Welsh. Short ?rm. Democratic. L J. B. Smith, 2 Samuel Sloan, 3. F. B Hplnola, THE LEGISLATURE. SKKATK. HeputAican. J. Kgbcrl, A Mann, Jr. John Window, I John C. Mather, Samuel Hall, ? ft. Smith Ely, .fcv J. C. 1'iukney, ? Richard Schell, J. U. Varnum, I. John Dohertv, Libeus II. Ward, 4. B. Hrnndretli, J. W. FerwlM, 9. R. M Tuthill, O. B. Wheeler, 10. Geo. W. Pratt, A. Ilasbrouck, 11. W. G. Mandfville John S. Could, It fl. WUIard, V. Richmond, l?S. John Niles, II. K. J. liurhans, 16. fi?o. (9. Scott, 16. Jeo^e lisv , ?. Wm. C. (VmtK, U. Wm. P-eney, 19. O. p. t\ iHihiuh, 30. Wm. C. ('ram, CI. It C. Kenjon, ti. W. Tavlur, 23. 7. T. IVnti. y, 24. Henry !> Hitrto, 16. And Pre~t"n, M. W W. Wnglil, 87. Chae. Huleti . A. H. G. Warner, H. A. Hrigluun, It. llathavMiy, II. Churchill, K. A. lowland, W. A. Wheeler. J. A. Willard, A. H.iMh.II, A. 11. L;!l<u, Cheney Ara^s, .liAiwe J<>lin H. Koote, L Truman, A D Williams, T. Boardman, A. S IHven, J. E. Patermni, American. Wiu Norton, A. Mann, Jr. John Winslow, Sam. Hall, Jo^'ph H. I'etty, J. B. Yarn ini, John I.. Riker, J. W. Kerdini, O. 11. Wli*?ler, A. Hasbrouck, Jnstin A. Smith. C. Y. Jolinsim, Richard Uuno, W. Ho-chkiss, I-ira.1! Cray, J. N. S'orthrup, C Moliison. li. I. Gregory, N. W. Noi tlirup, Wm. H. I Am port James L Angle, 10 ">'? { UorV^^ne, } " Jas. M .Smith, SO. J. A. Vanderlip, J. B. Halstead, fl J. Warti-worth, Hiram Hnrton, ?2. J F Phelps. DnnocnUic L Mk. h l Cassidy, I Hiram I'erry, S. t . W. Arm trung, ft. Tho? MatLimou. I. I A. Kendall, 1 W Bartlctt 1. E. Tompkins, I, Jonas K Button, 1. B K chamberlain 1. J. fltlsrr, I E.T. Throop. L 0. B. Smith, I S. H. Dkkineon. 1. John Haggerty. L Benjamin Prink, X ? I. Z. C. Piatt 1. N. M. Jones, 1 D. I) Warner. I. AshbelPatterson I. Jolm Tuwnsend, 1 Kredcrick UritUn J. P. IVarling. A8SBM11LY. at un< Rrpvt.tiran. American. DwlirhtBsc h,*ller , I >w igh i R-wheller , Get*. Welfbrd, Sam IC. Harris, CIs.B.Re Iflrld, J B Sturtevant. On. II Ad?iua. Cits. II. Adaius. uiMisr. J. M. Hammond, ? Wm. F. Jones. ? Mson John 8. Palmer. J. C. Rtdne. I' \TTAH?r?il S If Van Aernam, W ItuOtngton, Jr. c?tro?. David M lloldwin, C M. Abbott. cTurritvicx. nrnry Bli.--s, Charles B ?.r'?et?. ?-n?ai'?u Win T fo-t. (HWAMIII. Truxk a c LAmb, Wm. Kale*, ruww Orson lledding. OMTIIU. D. Miller, loreneo D. Gile. nwuni. S. B?uton 010 jWjRf Flel? h?-r 1 aimer, IMvmI M. Smith D BU'-klin. Daniel llucklln. J. H Harris. Newuian Cates, Dyer D. Uullodc Henry Green. David M.iler. W. Moel, John S Hayes. F A. Wheeler, 8. A. Law. ? ? 1. A. 9 FlMM, Join.* Markilt, ? 1 A. W?fr. KwLwrl f) (V>ro*il KdwtH Or wo t Artrm>TI. Waldo I. A. P lAniBf, J. A. J. h. S. U, 1 i. P. Wheelotk, 1 Morria FooUk-k. I. A. Andru* rc I. John C Holmes 1. t?rael W.Wnrncr. 1. D. B ArtBrtroni I. J TIIJInrhMt, A Philip K. I'rj m*. t. w. r.iibcn, Jr. A R. Pamr, A Alfi f4 Tut. I. J. J. Vonrh^M, 1 Mo M B. m &, J A r*ri)*?i.iU>, t I'. II. ( Imuik fj, A. I. hu A. Dnyuin, # Jiifcn Haii'ord, t. ? w iti.-ecktr t- <1. Ooig I J. M Jone*, Jr , A A. j. AbfMiU, I. L. p. trecnwood A R. lOdiile Monroe llall ?ma Jon Striatum, J. S. ItuciT, llurnco Dun < , Aalicr Avery. nunui. D. Patternon. John F. IUfi>u*. cr?an.iier.i whi?, Mot II. lAthrtiii. W. ?an Pelt, A. Riley. D. Patterson. i. wwr iyn itunro.r V Ml ley tiicanon. N J. Johnnon. F 1' kiuguuui OMrr-nr. J. Plait Rouge. mDmmu Wm roft|M>rmilt, Harrw 1/eww jnnniKiii. Gf??rje Mnlihitt, liihu C. Church, T. IA AnmIid. ?won. J snydam, w Pritwin, II H liuryi*, << M I'arnofu", A. CMnMUi |xm? irung, J. At* ti?r un?w? TVtt"r rwiin*. iivtiwuw. AH'r<wt Hell, II UiawUerlatn !???.". Lestrr M. Omc. W. F. Robertson. J 0. Bonus. Wm la. la Dew, JW Hri<1rnbcck<*r J Soydam, W RrttU'n, II It lmry?* * M lira*) A. t'n.lorhi J* H II Hi. 4 > J. Atwa' 4? Horn jr o Mli ' ' J'~ A L J. lord, 1 15. > ?r-. }? * li. Warner. I. J_l.. Pfnitfc, H*b*r>i Wmnc, HH"*. J tWrr *, * R. Su|ilw. *KW 1i>U. Th< Mrknitfht, <!? S. ticoBrld, 1 .1. J. Iio,iiy; } Jwne- A. Dnlao, 2 a i ' "'""-y, .1 R , Skvcw I* I,. A. Trmt?j)t R A Wnrf> a. I hlllp W. tot*, r. a, OhMftIM, / ^ If* f vnrh ft?? i# ?. The Jrmm. ,ir k?l " to. J W Cham? ' ??1/25*. It. ?>?h !'. Cbllda, j ? 11 WMkm <.?,?. ' j B jR"* I* l?^ ? huMcM, " "J-rwrn, 'iS-VS ?TrN>,u ? M. A. M o?n% 8 s f i.,., ? t* G*orf?> WYlr, K| JW,?' 17 <; w njrknuu, C OB TV l^'H J.t Jt J Mrttot*U> t* fhfp, J, flMMl, p. i?. inMi ? AMK?r, ,c. * Wtrt, .1 H"*1*! ' a B Bn''*"*; ?||r? M .lam'"' i^h.vn. ,i iv roiio-v. j B. Ry< ??"""i chM Wi#i Wrt tfcf**, I, C. fc WkuMW*"> 1. J. J. Radcliffe, 1. 0. W. Sherman, 2. Wm. S. Wright, 1. Henry R Hart, 2. C. F. D. Jones, 3. W 8. Parkhurst, 4. O. J. Owen. 1. 8. H. Cook, 2. Th*. G. Alvord, 3. A. Woodford. 1. V. Warren. 2. G. W. Torrence. 1. I. Towncend, 2. C. J. Stevenson. 1. Edwin F. Brown, 1. W. Baldwin, 2. W. Snuudrrs, 3. M. 11. Thorna*. 1 Cha*. Mi I/eun, 2. Torry J. Luce. monti iomtot. Hciekiah Buker, N1AUAMA. John W. La Bar, Burl Van Horn. ONEIDA. Thoe. G. Halley, Wm. J. McKowu, Goo. F. Weaver, Kouben Knight. ONONDAGA. James Frazon, Allen Munroe, Levi S. Uolbrook. ONTARIO. Volney Krtgorton, Ira H. Peck. ORANUK. g. W. Fullcrton. A. L. Dodge. OKLKANK. A. Hutchinson. 08WWU". Joseph C. Wright John J. Wolcott, C. S. Sage. OT8BOO. E. Couutrvman, D. M. Hard. Wm. Clark. John R St. John, Saiuucl M. Allen. Wm. W. Perkira, BenJ. L. Hign.iw, J. V. H. Clark. J. 1'armley. 9. W. Alvord, W. Arory. Levi Beardaley, Seth W. Alvord, R. M. Townsend. 1. ? 1. K. A. lawrence, 2. J. L.H cud rick ton 2. C. A. Mott, 3. Martin Miller. 1. W. J. Shea. 1. W. J. Wyant. 1. ^ C. Jack?on. 2. -He Cogewell, 3. Wm. H. Wallace 1. John Fulton, 2. T. B. Reynolds. 1. A. C. Van Patten 1. J. H. Salisbury. 1. Henry Fish. 1 A. Woodworth. 1. J. Randall, 2. A. Olcott, 3. W. S. Hall. 1. Geo. Howoll, 2. Geo. P. Mill*. 1. E. A. Clark, 1. J. r. I-ovcjoy, 1. J. B. t.osman, 1. F. L. Inflin, 2. H. Var Akon, 3. N. W. Watson. 1. Hiram Roberta, 1. P H Timmt rwau 2. C. R Muun. 1. A. OrtownM, 2. L. Bicktord. 1. A. B. Tappan. 2. E. G. Sutherland 3. W. F. Moody, I. ? 1. H. Hue?ted, gnrevs. LeiuJ.il F. Pratt, C. A. Hamilton, H. W. Johnson. Goo. L. Peck RBKgmLAmt. Fraricln V. Mann, ? H. B. riark, H. B. Clark. A. A. Spiekerman Joseph H. Allen RICHMOND. James Guy oo. James Guyon. ROCKLAND. John DemoresL ? HT LAWRKNCK. Harlow Godnrd, Wm. Briggs. SARATOGA. Churlc* Monro, X. M. Houghton, RCIIKNWTAnV. Angus Mcintosh. STItOUARW. David Lamout. HCHTYLKR. SBXWU. C. Ikmghton. T. B. Reynolds. Henry M. Crane. David LajaoDt. KTKf'HKW. R. H.V.Valkenb'g ? W. Barnea, H. Baldwin, KTTTOI*. David R. Rose, Geo. H. Shepard. HHU.IVAN. G. Wales, TIOGA. W. P. Raymond, TOMPNINH. Edward S. Ksty, riimni. H. Jewell, Isaac, Becker, John P. Keator. WAKHtN. A. Robertson, Washington. T. H Walker. Ralph Richards. watv*. Charles tfitcn, WWTCHWTBR. F.than Flapg, J. C. Ferguson. G. & Hubbell. wtoiiino. Cyril Raw*on, VAim John Mather, E. F. Carpenter, J. I. Q. Smith. A. Hodge. H. B. Chase. H. Jewell, Isaac Becker, John P. Keator. ? Patterson, L. S. McFarland. Alden H. Eddy, J. H. Boylaa. James T Adee, K. W. Andrew a, F. Horton. THE POLLING PLACES. . FI11.-T WARD. IHitrirt. 1? :? Greenwich street. V ? 6- Crrrnwlrh stfeet. 3 ? 110 Greenwich Ftreet. 4 ? 3) Pepeystcr street. 6? Corner of Hroad an<l Pearl streets, ?KCOND WARD. 1?61 Ann street. 2 ? Uuriifig slip. TI1IRD WARD. 1? Ifttt Greenwich street. X ? 70 Murray street. 3 ? ha Warrei street. 4?7 West Itroadway. KOl'KTIl WARD. 1?11 Jacob street. C? < ornvr of iHisne anil William streets, a ? 22 CW tnut *tre."t. 4 ? 8" f Leny street. 1?47 James street. K1KTU WARD. 1?73 Leonard street. 2? 14o Went Broadway. 5? IK I-uane street. 4?107 Hu'lron rtmt 6 ? 417 Itreenw.ch street. C?H'i Veatl J street. SIXTH WARD. 1 ? 10 C? ntre street. I? Corner or Uaaae and Ontr? street*. ? 3 ? lav }, Leonard street. 4? ll-j1, l?oiiard sired. ft ? 4sh I'earl street. <? lu Mulberry stroet. 7? S6 Hni ftreet. 8? Canal, near I.liiabelh street. PRVSNTH WARD. 1?68 East Broadway. 2? W Madison street. 0 ? 7b Market street. 4? 'it Henry street. 6 ? 47 UutRers ktreet. IW Jefferson 'Irwt 1? .r/H Clifrry stree t. f? MC Water street. ft ? '.K Scumivel street. SIUBTtJ WARD. I_ft4 Woo?ter street. ?? (A TU.m:?? street. 3?6 Clark i treet 4 ? 6. I "em mirk street. ft ? 4f"0 Greenwkh ?trcct. *??? M?reer stri ct. 7?179 1'rlne.: street. ? l>? 140 Vartck street. 9 ? '.01 Frlnee street. 10 ? so6 spring street. 11 ? 91 >, Charlton street ninth warp. $ 1? *72 i.rwnwifh rtreet. * ?_:? farrow otrrct. 3 ? lit Mieccker . Ircel. 4 ? 80 'i M .v-hir.(r;< n plar#. 6? Corwr :^tn,th Avenue * , _ ... . ... f ? 4fc Hammond r It eel. fwtlfUi atretl. 7 ? X' I'iiumIi flrfi t. ?? Torm r Ninth *venu. ? ? fcol (.reenwii b itri ? tud Tnirt^otli IC? 4 Betliuuo ktreel. *.%. 1 1? '10 WwhtOflnli IS- WW Oreenwieh ftr?e1. 1? Corner r4 T TB1*W *?*"? 2? olf? iir?n ' .rnr.m* ud Kor*ytl> rtr?t 5?74 4 nim i. 4?47 I am1 /W ,tr?*?t t>? }'* iow rtieet. C? "4 ,r*ytta Canal itrert 1? K1 KVKVm W All IK f ,Wt cunton street. 4- v.t>:t yurt'Ti ftrret. ?_ V?w Tl?Hr?l drect f 2i,oi]*Ui ?UMi. ?j *vrn?w ft of rmifth *?"* *venne 0. ir~ A . n\.'' r , VU< >?? SIS* ^"1 Seventh itrw*. U_.'.u(. I ' *>? HwA If tir llou ton street. TWW/TTTl WAKIV TW*',w-th w?iw, T?Ttio'ifnincdftl* iieur Ninety ?txt h ?tre*H J?? Tlnrd i?vrniif.'b>H*irn WVil mirt KM ?tr<->>l?. .*? T*? rtj -ivtli ? I ? ' t, between Thlrt ami Koo 4- i ( ; n< i I ,? titii avenue mm) IIMJi ?tr?^l C ? t oruer uf IftMl. -tree? unj TcuUi avenue. TI'IIITIU:.. ru WABD. V ourth IT*. 1 ? .502 Rrwtnp >|ici | V- 1??ornrjr Mr< *t. 5 ? VIC I Maim . y Mirrt. 4? ?.* Shrria firm. f. ? MO (irniiil filrt.- 1. '?54 Mnnttfn street. *?14 Suffolk ?tr?rt. . ? ? r01 **"?"** WA*?. '?410 Rrrvomo *lfr?t. ? 76 iT'nrr Rtrrpt. ; 'J*l Volt *tr#>i t. ?t ? 4*2 iTinrr ?trr<t IV? V) I'riwf Mrwl. f? WW H?-?trr *trre?. 7_)trf? Ho.trr rirTKKMTIl WARD. l_Cnrnrr of Mnr<fati|ra| mid llk?t k?>r Mr***. I < nri\. r of fuMiroii *rM Mcecktr nrerfei I? IP! Mrrcrr itfeot. 4? Uf> Warerlrjf |il?rr>. ft ? lift M^venth -trf-ct. f? 4 orri r of Hr< acwuy and KWonth rtreet t n)v< rsi*?- . cn;nrr of WftAlunirtoD place, v? ft, kt r rlrt'ft. 9 ?forth r -ii fourth iivmM *n<t Tenth ?tre?i H>? 1-8 West Thirtcfutli street, SIXTEENTH WARD. 1 ? 72 Seventh avenue. 2 ? 102 Seventh avenue. 3 ? 1C7 Seventh avenue. 4 ? 203 Seventh avenue. j ? 30i Kighth avenue. C ? 262 Seventeenth Htreet. 7 ? 109 Ninth avenue. V ? Hit Tenth avenue. V ? lt'3 Ninth avenue. 10 ? 239 Ninth avenue. seventeenth ward. 1 ? No. 1 Kivington Htreet. V? 79 1- tan ton Htreet. 3? Corner of Stuutou and Norfolk streets. 4? S3 Second avenue. 6? No. & Sixth Htreet. ?J ? ttuyvesunt street, near Third avenuo. 7 ? 117 Ka?t Thirteenth Htreet. fi ? 177 Ktrat avenue. 9? 'JOS First avenue. H1 ? 1V7 avenue A. 11 ? 316 Houston Htreet. I-.' ? 13' Third street. 12? Avenue A. n? ur Seventh Htreet. 14 ? '.66 East Thirteenth street. EIGHTEENTH WARD. 1 ? i 7 Fast Eighteenth street. V ? 28 Kant Nineteenth street. ;r ? (Vime.r of Seventeenth street and Third avenue. 4? lie. Kant Sixteenth street. 6 ? Nr. 3 Went Nineteenth street. ?' ? 22 Fast Twenty tlrnt htreet. 7?116 East Twentieth Htreet. f.?( orner of Twenty-second street nnd Third avenue, f ? '.VI Fast Twenty third street. 10?244 East Eighteenth street. NINETEENTH WARD. 1 ? Forty-sei-ond street, between Lexington and 3d uve*. J ? 1-orty seventh street, between 2d an i 3d ave?. ? ? Sixty llrfet .street, between First and Second uvea. 4? Third avenue, between 82d and 8.1.1 streets. 6? loruer of Tlurd avenue and Kighty-lltth street. J~. . TWENTIETH WARD. l?tOft Twenty-ninth street. ? if ? 40S Tenth avenue. 3 ? '.'71 Ninth avenue. , 4 ? 826 Ninth avenue. 5 ? :?;*( Ninth avenue. 6 ? 420 Ninth avenue. 7?199 Thirty eighth street. K ? 278 Seventh avenue. 9 ? 14? Tim tieth street. 1<* ? >i2 Thirty -second street. II ? 372 Seventh avenue. 12?166 Thirty-seventh street. TWENTY FIRST WARD. 1 ? Ct>rn?r of Mail iron avenue and Twenty-seventh street. 2 ? 141 Tw enty eighth struct. 8? Tbirty-serond Mi let, near Fourth avenue. 4 ? 391 Third asenuu 5 ? Tlii' I j -seventh street, n*?ar Sixth avenue. f ? Thirty fourth street, near Second avenuo. 7 ? Thirty -seventh street, near Third avenue. TWENTY SECOND WARD. 1 ? 183 Forty-??eond street. 2 ? Forty -sixth street, between Sth ave. and Broadway. 3 ? F.ighth avenue, between Forty-ninth and Fiftieth stx. 4? Forty-second street, between loth and 11th avenues. 6 ? Forty-seventh street, between 10th and 11th aves. 6 ? Ninth avenue, corner of Fifty -second street. 7 ? hlghtb avenue, between 58tii and 59th streets. 8 ? I-roauwhy , between 83d and 84th streets. CANDIDATES IV NOMINATION IN KINGS COUNTY. .TTSTICER PtTREUK COl'KT, SECOND DISTRICT. J. W. Brown, dctu., L. T. Thomas Xeisuu, fusion, L.T. John A. Lutt, detn. , S. T. L Birdneye, fusion, 8. T. SHERIFF. George Remsen, detn. Burdett Stryker, fusion. CORONERS. Cornelius Corine. dem. Theo. F. King, fusion. Wynont K. Bennett, dem. Steduian Wright, fusion. Kt rEKIN TEN DENTS OF THE I'OOH. Barnabas H. Booth, dem. Isaac Mesaerole, fusion. John J. White, d< ni. John Williamsf fusion. Jt aTICE OF SESSIONS. Jrhn A. Fmmans, dern. Martin Schoonmalcer, fusion. STATE SENATORS. Secvnd Dulricl, emmtirvimpthe tSrit. Second, Third, fbmtk. f ifth, 8c* *nth, kler<.nth, Thirteenth ami Nineteenth utirdt Samuel Sioan, Dem. Ahijah Mann, fusion. Thitd Diitrict, ri.mjTtiing the Sixth, Eighth, Ninth . Tilth, 'tVtl/th, M>vr**nth, Fifteenth, Sixteenth, Seventeenth, Figkteenth wordM, nnd town* of Kinyt Prancis B. Sptnola, d< ni. John Whwiow, fusion. ASSEMBLY. Fir tt Putriit, comprising the Fighth, SflMNteMlk and Fiyht'enth tcardt, amlcvufitg lewnt. John A. Voorhees, dem Jnoob tinydom, fusion. JSrc-ml District, '?mpritinf thr Pirtt, tir/h am I DoelftK

wurdt. Vose? <4. Beaeh, dem Ttw* W?tl. ahy , ind Winchester Brittain, fusion. Third Pittru t. rvmpri.-inf/ ihe rburth ami Tenth ward*. Alicia n 11. Funis worth .dem. Ibrnutnu.i B. Imryea, fusion fourth Districts ecmprinr i the .Second, third anil Fifth mmdt. pavid M. thauncey. dem. Samuel M. I'ar iins, fusion. Fifth IfMrirt, comprint# the \i nth ami KUventh iwtriii John A. fay ton, d^rn., Alex, Underbill, fu-ion. Sixth Dutrut, compruinf the Thirt-enth ami FmrUentK ward*. John Tlanford , dem , Wm. II. IUck cox, Am. Irma? Strong, ru|'., SrmUh lsutrict, amyruinf thf ST*nth . f\fu*nth ,Si*U*nt\ and Sin* tf nth tninlt. (irnrgr W. Blrooker, dem. , ( ho* K Atwatcr, fiut ton. Two mi-pecK** of *lecUoB and two di-trict canTfeuwr* ' arc to be c'boren lu each election dUrtct. TUB POLLA. The Common Council have designated tbo folio* /tr^r pta ?*- lor holding ibe pot!* in tbo city of Brooklyn:? nWT WARD. DuirUt. l_..<rorn<'r of Fulton and Columbia ?lro?t*. u ? ?vi >, Atlantic uriot, near Mick* itnii I HOMO W AHI) I 1? front. ono door front Kultoti nlmt. S ? Mat ion House, cornrr of York and Jay j THIRD WAKI*. 1? Armory, corner <>r Henry aud Crauh *rry strata. S ? 163 Atlantic street. rormi warp. 1 ? fttndu street. w door from Full ^ V ? Washington Hall. Adam?, near arret 2_HeK. inan ?auc. rwnvror^W. fc pe?r? ?-(?. 1? Corner of OoM and front #? t-^orner of Hudson avenue ?reet ,4? Houee of H<?? >o 7 Till nr>r vio|(t itrc#t, wrrn Jmko ] ? Corner of H.ck* and Or itrrew J?Hon^e of UiKino No. - um negraw wtrwA. Hou. i of tagln* 16. firuuUt^nearUamiftonmT. l-Myrtle aT.nu,- w r ^ ^Tae?n atfn ' i?-<M*n Van Brunt and Ijtfayettc ate. , _ . . ? ?KJtmt waw> Corner of Tnipl a\ w r an(j %l0(tcfiilb otrcot. )_ptnr? in Mvrt ""7". a? Hot#! P. - ' * ?? . b*twwn M?trand and Marry. 'U? Mv rtli* uvr . *?ar tl??- lUilNiad. 7 ?M, i?>rn?-r <* "Walworth *trr*t. 1? No. 9 F*' . r*\ra w**j>. 5? ISA Mi*' *??>????? t , 4*.. near BrrRon ?tro#l j iJwiusc, Court, near Duller j jj..r MnHMji ? J. J, it ?*i nu?, coiiM-r iif I inflii lil ?Jre?< I i j.- # '.a liini"', CiirneT rf Mvrti-- *n<l Vauderhilt ?TP* jt< avroue, corro>r of Otford Mr<"?l l_ nrvLmi wari>. ? >1 room, Hamilton av . iw?r RapHyea *?. ?vrnn*. rofnrr of Ofnton ?trcct. niiiETKKN m ?<?n I- W South Pr vrnlh l>? twom S??foml anil Thirl Mrrot*. K-'H* Fourth , b*t?ri"W? Mli Kir?t Had tirand <>trortc. rcit K"TK? <TTH WARD 1-*0>r?rr of North 5i*ih and Soron! rtw I*. 8 ? CMtkM hoi 'r North Mh. I?tw?n Mh and flth wilt. 3? ?<<*r liBaai , North ikl. hptwrf-n .Id and 4th tirctur. mrmfTH w ?*r> '1? 8?>uth Ftr?l. rom?r of Tenth 'i ? GrAham awn nr. rot rwr ? C Ait>?lw> utrwt hi imiTTM wako 1 ? Corner of South fourth and f.leventh ?treetw i ? NrfrrrU' tw?tw#en Ijw.m^r ?nd I /nonard ?tr??'ta 3- IKS Mar? nail MTCH, n'?r (.raliam avwnue. ntvavrva^iM won l?O-VankHn, V-twren H un t f jtrrrte' 8? -4'ortipr or f rkford and Oolyer ?tr?x>t# manannt ward. CoMolyoa'i, Biivli?t< K t'r-??i> K?ad? mmwvni * ?*? tnjrmr hou*r 13, Clymcr Hi , bctwMS Bedford and !*? arm up*. EXTRACTS FltOM THK I1EiT!-)S I.VWH. LMUL VOTKHX. Fvcry mulo ritinm, twenty on.- y> %t old, who fi v born trn day* a thirty d?y< in t?.< olortmn dw trtrt, four noMJii la the county and or'? year in the flutw Colored mrn, to N> ontitt.-d to vote, ir'i't own t?M wortfi of real e*iat>> cl?-?i of debt*, and mu.?t bt; tiVoe j years * citicun of Uio titatc. OBfTKl CTWJ VOTRIW. ' If any ?M?m|*-io ob-truct thr of anothrr \ to tlw poll", ?r in any vnnp interfere with !)?. eiixcwitf ?hc ri#ht to vote, the |wr*on off. ndiap <hal! bo *ubj cl Ui a fli>? of tiM and imprlMittninnt ?l* monttfl. wtr or o?ru;n?!). If any < (fleer. on wh< m any duty t* enjoined arrmnd Ui? poll*, ftwiil n> kI?*i t or ri'fuw to (? rform ntfd duty ho t* rnl\)ort t< * ui.t of ftro bundled d?>lU?r* .utd tmj^ooBrf'Dt one yoar SM.LTNf? Mpt'OR. II ;mv i .-r-' n .11. .inv int..* utuitf !'?? 1 ?"? Uie ? :?y <4 el.- ""ii li'' i- ? niit" t t<> n fin* (.| ilftv tailor rKR.?ONAL VlOt.KKCt. IfUf U5I- jvrsniial vio!"BC? UJWU H/ CltfV'Cf eathod y of election, ho will : o tuojact to a ftae of not kxw Itif tlbO and imprisonment not U.su than one yoar. TICKirr BOXES. Xo booth or bos must bo erected within ono lioudrod fret Of tl e polin. DIT1E8 OF 1NPPBCTORS. The attention of in-pectorti and other < is called to tho fet towing extract* from the Election lawn: ? In on*") auy Iiwpector of Klection tduill knowingly aid wilfully permit or nutter any person to vote at any olec tW>n,whois not entitled to vote thereat, ihe said lnspec lor so<>ff.ti<1ing sliall, on conviction thereof, ho adjudged KUilty of a nusdtweiuior. anil shall bo ?? nViiced to pay ? tine of ttvo hundred dollars and ho imprisoned in U*> county Jnll for sii months. H if the uuty of each luapector to challenge evxry per pod offering to vote whom he shall know or muh|hj?.'1 not to toe duly qualified aa au elector. Any other peraon en tilled to veto at the same poll Iiuh alwi tlie right of clial l*?ge. In ca*e any Inspector shall knowingly and wilfully permit or culler any person to vote at any election who '8 not entitled t<> vote thereat, the Raid Inspector ho offenc.ing Kluili. on conviction thereof, ho adjudged guilty of a mlac!< meaner, and shall be wntencod to pay a Hue of tlv.' hum! roil dollars, and bo imprisoned iu the oouuty jaii for si* months. New* from Haven* 1 ARRIVAL OP THK Qt'AKER CITY? THE HTAR OF TIIK WKPTIN TORT ? RKVORTKU Ht'CCKHHOR OK UKNRKAI* CONCHA - IIEAI.TH OK HAVANA ? COMllKllCI.il. KAI LIHE8 ? t-l'OAR MARKETri Hl'ECIK AND KATK-) OK KXCUANCK. The steamship Quaker City, Oapt. fihufeldt, arrived at this p< rf from Havana yesterday afternoon. Sl e left Mobile on the 27th of October, and llav.in ? at 6 P. M. on the 3Hh ol same month. The Quaker City inade the run from Mobile bur to Ha vana in forty hour*. The Quaker City brought $17.T0-'K> ill specie for this city. The >-teaniship St. I^iuis, Captain Hudson, from Vow Tork for Aapinwull, arrived at Havana ou the -9th nit., and left the same day. The steamship Cahawha, from New Orleans, had not ar rived at Havana when the Quaker City left. From Havana there w nothing of iuterest to report. The proposed relief of (joneral Concha by General Mirasol in not acceptable to the people. The health of the city wan perfect. Exchanges and sugar prices wero unsettled, below pro vious r''i>orted rates. Holders of sugar preferring lo?hi| instead of selling. United State* gold vriH at 3 per cent premium. Stock of sugars l<iO,OflO U x ; shipment" fur Kurop< port?, small cargoes, active. Nofreghts for he.kvy rierR. Present rates for vessels from U00 to 2,009 li 12 17s. 6d. to #3 per U n. Our corree|H>iident in Havana, writing on 2#th of ber nay?: ? Tbe financial crisis is upon us and will c several days in it? passage. but we do not anticipa failures. Thonc large houses which have dealt i will be mo?t troubled, and somo thre.j or four compelled to suspend. One house failed la?t with liabilities $600,000, assets light. A steam ferry boat belonging to the Tepe took fire and wax burned up last night. I,?ss The Cliiliau bark Alianza, Wilson, from Sw Helena, vol days, arrived the 2M li instant, ? les, contracted for eight years service; die. Total to date, 15,3U7, and deaths In transit. Our exebung'tture not regulated, and r< of tmall packages of undonbted paper New York at 3 per cent premium, *hor per cent premmm.do. Mexican doll per cent premium, f reigbte? Kor X &0 cents per box. *n Mr oxen Octo iMUIIU W many a stocks a iy bo Saturday li company 980,001), Mow and St. ?ilh 165 Asiut t, en nut?, 100. ,2,(561. try heavy. Sales , were nvado on . time; Ismlon, ft n on sblp board 0 CW York, sugrmat Ntwi from U?e Sandw IJOV1WENTH OP WHAM5RM- MINI HAL ? THK CVKHKKCY Ql'E*T THE EPIDEMIC MOltE Ol'ANO We ha\e advice* from thenar it Honolulu on M of Sf ptraabrr. The (Xmnien ial A&wrtti' r haw mary ? Advice* from K n waihae cut at hralakcukun. Ihe report by a native bout from down tl' ?cli IilinCn. >"TF.H YOt'NO'S FUNK ION -CKRSATION OK IHL ?NIM. ?d?ritli Island* are dated the. following news sum a .'oulhvrti whaler or a Krenc unnhle la Bak* the wind war Iln? fllle-i *1 flf hi* Kxcwlh p'ace on Sunday n. --u with military I'urade to ihe deposited. Mnall Mlver change ha* 1 amount in the couatry >? w? ?btmlil ju ??'. than for mm to have worked it M< xlcan an.' Hpiintsh oolr ry in the luted f<t.?t' h. i here. Nothing, how? v? lliiai itio iutro uetiun ai hall dime, ii tl.<! prejn> nuiH duly tie mrrnom ajef hHitta rt ie v**rl'', brought lnto?*<e. Tl..- epidi*ic hsi* V mini and Mam tt I inland (in' iiugar m tdopp^d f # want of ' tt wad '?preacipg On V.njrulay laf ' hard*, ?iur Vtw ( place to In* ?urre? Tbe ]V4jpiMion j pluming e\\M'ditn" Km*'* name, of ' I mured. U)flH I llii ?<i pla<:?H lk ki I Inland A thct two whale ships are w?h roceivod at Kawaihae as eoaat. It la ponsuue tli.u a ntup may luivo put iu there ipcrtul 1 1 do. any lUe Mr John Yoiif* look Th" remain* were i"iit*h| royal U>ml>, where they wore >?eu very ncarce of late. Tho jmof be very much. If :?ny tea*, the pot few yearn, but It would :lf out of the way. Now that ? arc iti oippoartng from curron heynuirht to lie more abundant r.eould beof greater con venieui e id urn- of ihe taMMi dime and lice <if the native* against them led ? By pome united action of the e that liie ,u i.oin.1 could umn bu ata<?t entirely dw.appeiro l Or .an nearly run out. On the latter Ilia, -harvesting and thrashing were *b?irei?. From Hawaii we hear that 1ha Fatted State* OowraUtA changed cum! , Hr. fleorgo A. Ijithrop, giving <oi , the Hon. A. Trait. ?a\K ? Captain John Paly'* guano ex i 'resulted In taking po sc-sion, iu the w?i -laud* ill" 'ti which guiuio was din i'h bland la the iuuuu by which one of iow u, and (tie oilier lac* led iJucanr, key's A N?w Oct a1 |, tjav^MOH. ? The rlgbt wing of tha ope ratlc armj' <ur >4b* iavaiuin of Cuba, under the baton of Field Mar*) ?< Mareliek, departed yctterday.ia tlie a*eam*hlp On au la, fur (lie aeene of operation*. S? fir frutn atU tripling to prevent lliie movement, th ?i ?tfttiorM'"1 ?* > the United MutM and those of Uio ever faithful Island, bavo looked with calm benignity Uponnbe FVI- marshal's preparations, and the only ob staele In bta \ ray bar boor a mil null (to which trifle* be I * quite aecut tomed ) brought to recover the value of the ?oatamea or tiufornn in whk h the V V. attire* hla trwipe The matter, however, wan *o far arranged aa not to Interiors with the dry goods of the prim' dunnr, which wcr t an magiiifoi* m ever, whit* tbe tenor ab??> Intely luiuriated la splendid lavender gloves. V a ? troupe la ?trong and well appointed. F. M. ha* f- ir Ml lieutenant lieneral, second la command, ?am lirothei Albert. UaraWilga and Mien I'hillip* -wiled yesterday , al. o the ? 1 Ig.ia ?l? l Iteygimeiilo,'' Mile Knimx, with Serf ,e.mt Pulplfi", TagtlaAca, Urignoll, thejV??n.-pr? miff ten ir, and IMlafA IM Rratid. Ron-onlHali uty under tl ?e sba?le ot tlie Mneti ; ami Amoriio did not find any attachrjeni'; sufficiently strong to pre v nt blm from dl< j.Uj in g blx fair proportion* in the Or.umda. w hich in Ml pequeaco w?* a flood ueat down by tho stern. I lie or tbesvra and < horu? were in full force, ft bile the *mp follower* nm-tered In full force on the tfoi ka. Tlx- Meld Murtbal and bin troupe mailed with Ule lieurtie?| ? Utfla lion* and beabM* uttered m all the modem iMgtiiigc Wfnle vie are Mirry to lm*> Mr MaretiU-k * a-Imh *M? artiste, ware glad Vi hear that his pr^pcct* are . if the III ig litest, f*nn tnytffr The rrar and b'ft wing of thin army. Itielnding the Rim *ani ballet trmi|ie. will be brought np under th" < immin.l ?.r r M * tru ly Kiolre, fMtfkfe Rullman. afior they ha*cOnHied an atturk upon the B<"totiian?. wlm-li c.t) they will Hi* ado ne*t week. llaretiek'* Umipn ye-'ter day Included sixty pel mom. TWO *?wft Nrulnnt of the I'nllrr rrnnmlv ?toners. Y?Ht*Maf morning. u to o'clock, tho adJournM tww log of th<* folk* ?"??niDii"?n>n?,r* took p!m-?v Thorn w.v a l#H" crqwd of 'ifflnal c\|wi Un'< in waitin* Th* r>-p?r I rrc itoml in the hull, aw? tint thr ' ojen "WAinij" dcri glon, as I wrr?' infoim?"l, nfuir tho l?|M<flinNii or twon ty minuto*. thai tin1 fitting would b? pr urate. iih Um Oun ?ri'?iMirr< KouUitoko under Uintr contuse ration tho ow of thr ilarli m ami .\?w llaven Kaiiroai'* M the raochi sion the following rraolution, a* llio Commii ? iwu'rn. *** lunniad in the reporter* My th??clrrk. RmoIwI, That it l? tho duty of th?> U?;i.<*ral Hoportnt"!! rtmt to rurrjr into effect all tho aMkMMw of the Corpora iom ot tho cltle* of New York and 9nmklyn, wIim'H ro quire the In U r Tent mo ol th<' pnttee, whenever diivctod au j to do by the proper authoritlea of ikor t MNnM (Hi < l, ('cMk ? ? j ?RVKNtJW ?*iwinN. At Mio evening rc<i>iou t bo iloorc worn nlo-md to th* .pm' llr a ltd rrporV-r* What the Cuawpt-fiKiwri dtd v /mly known to thctiMi'lvox. It H mulcr-t>o-l that A'uron ?l>?* |?'f arr?pte tho f^HillilHH lit, and will tike hi* ?' It vUlu thr election. 'f r Adjournal to Thurw<.'ay . CodT or ?r Monrovia V 0'<irc?i>9ni!fnt writ'- tl>ai provl?i ?n- mo tlv imported from tli I mU'd Mitf*. K!- ;?ir i*n*' - from >1. u> HI per tviV' f ham# and liaoun from 20 to '.A rWW |<er lb.; Iw*r>l I''i.m 10 *12 (wr .on lb- ; rlro ?."< p-r b? he! t>Aflc S < ??nt<* per U>. -alt tj h frtnu $12 1<< 111 pCVH fc'iRar, M rent* per lb; $1 lif pT hn ??l,fc(?4?n?l?kiii| hf I Am '/ a*? prvfmt*M*>y b<-i HEWS I1L0M CALffORIUL Arrival of the 8Ur of (he WetU at Havaii* $1,600,000 in G6kil-?n Board. Arrival of Some Of the California Pass cogens. SHIPMENTS 'OF GOLD DUST. American Vessel in the Gulf on the lookout for Gen. Walker, ?lc., Ac., 4c. Tho Quaker Cll after un excellent run I'rotn n?v:inii arrived at thin p< jrt yesterday afternoon Her rvw !Vom Cuba m given jn U|10iij,.r column. Mfo bring;! uh two week m later a. jyj<.e? from California, which wo give hero with: ? The (. an ai,ip star of tho West, f.Vv|it. Gray, from Am picwull lor >,>w York , arrlvod at Havana at 3 P. M. on thu 20(h ul' $ho hadon boardflApaftfrongerti, (all woll,) the mails, ji Roo.OOOm gold for Now York an. I $.'.00,000 for Euro| ^ ^lio would leave on Uin ;J0th of October. Trt''nl y llveof hor passengers came to thia port in tho Qu*ker City. T''c following is a list of th?ir names ?Oil. John C. Pre , ' and servant. Hon. I). C Hroderiek anil servant, If. nnri *r> ?- ^"'pni J Moss nnd servant, McDonald, lady three children; Mrs. J. K ober, Mrs. J. V. Angier, It. : i j aes, Mrrf. I.. A. Young and two children, H. Haigktond ! JT y, E. C. Williams, Col. C. Jaines, C. Meyer, J. B. xdy. The cause of tli" detention of the. Htur of tho West wan ' he non arrival of tho I'acitic Kt'iainer Golden Gate. That vessel left Am tVancisco ou the ith of October, but on tho following day her machinery <ln part) hocamo disabled, ind she was compelled to return to port, where ?tn ar rived on the 10th nit. Tho ?iwming day lirr pit-sen r ?r?< ipecio ami mails were transferred to tho Kteamor Golden Age. and agaro took their departure, arriving at Panama on tbe 24th ?f October. Tho tame \lay the s.'ii|pT<, ke. reaehed Aspinwall, nnd Immediately embarked on board the Star of tins Went, which had awaited their ar rival. H?f arrival of emigrants acrors tho plair.s was increas ing daily. It was computed that 16,000 had arrived thin fall, and that the total number !or 1SJ7 would hoc fall abort of 30,000. The L'ulted States steamer Wabash *m lying at Axpin wall , where she will bo stationed for some time. Two vessels of tbo United States navy were crnislng off the coast of Nicaragua, on the lookout lor Walker and the ?libu8ters. The oillclul returns from nearly all the counties in tlio State give Weller 11,01 majority over both tho oilier candidate*. The total vote wan about HO ,000. Tbo Kenato stands twenty-ttve d"mocrutn to five repub lican!); and tho Ah?embly, fifty four democrat*, nine re publicans, threo American* and four independent. The majority in favor of the State debt w about 30,<*)0. The rumor of the exodus of the Mormoiw of Cu-son Valley to I'Uih is confirmed, and the ridiculous report th.it a battle liud occurred but we on tho United Suited lroo|M and the Mormons at Suit l-iko'Clty contridicted. The crops uf cereals railed lu California will be larg"'y ahead of tbe consumption. It was said that the overlacd mall route from San Diego U> Can Antonio, Texas, would take pa-return on iti trip of October 9. The news of the comment ment of the panic in New York did not create much nur prise in California. Thenitm 1'. 1<ewis, flr?t ofllcer of tbe clipper ship Adelaide, from New York, had been t Tret- ted ? >n a charge of mant-laupbter. He knoeked overboard a man named Turner in harbor of Svu k'rancec?, and while atu mpt inn to jurrjrulter him to r.oe his life, wa-i Uk<-u into cun Utfy. * The Stole fair bad I J.? d .it <; Uteu , ml rati e t - 1 largo crowd* The trial of the l.ite Tt nr. r Rate* I ft , . . l; ? ..| m a verdict in favor of the Stolo for the full amount of tho bond, $100,000 f.'reat ?-irit?>menl etrtied b?tw<Kn Uie Sonorions and those on the Gadsden CurchaM, and no American* were allowed a par:*p';it mtJ Sonera. The I'imo Indian* m Arizona had chn?t*.?l the Yuaas and A pa. lies, tor killing mom of their women and chil drm. 1 be I'ihmh killed I.VJ or luiof their ofi|a.n?nto, and loft only twenty flv Ui?m>elre< l^te ac from ttu? bead of Humboldt river -tale IU Huk * wagon r.-?.l patty ? *d be. i, .4lti. >i"l by iho Indians, but thru tt.-y had teen driven off without any lo?? to the party Hie Oregon t'uu*tiiubi.ual ? ot. wuImii b.ul >. t doiw literally nothing. TrfMurf Wil]rnirnta. [From the f'in Frwuotor* Herald, Ort. 5 ] Th>? following l? a of the tre?miro ' hipped heme during lh" jwu-l '|iiitil.-r, on *tenmrr??, conib'n<?l with the prevtou* ahipuieAt* o| iIm' year ? To New York M 140 UM 94 To Kngland -1, 2M,UI3 5f? To New (iranada 104 .'(07 hi TfiUl for three mr>nth)< $10 .'>44,171 01 The >? In [merit* during Ihn Brut half of th" ynr. by rtmmens, to New York, ?m?itmeil to $11,304." ? 1$, to ? rgrtuid, $4,3f4 IIS ; tn New Cmnnla, $*?0.9X1 25. Three amount*, combined with thr ?l>ove, would iuiU thi' e?t.re Mrainer Bhtpmrntrf for tbo n nc months a* fol T^NrwYork 1 $2.V075,0$3 10 ToFtigland S.eM.OM !K) To New <;rrna<U S.'4 W* 77 Total $3i.<*d,<M0 no 111* amount exported *t a ?imiliw p?rk?1 in MM wa? $3f-. 134.0M 14, showing * fallmf <?lf in HftJ nf $4,070.1*4 M. Tbe ?liipmmk? of trewviire bjr vev*e|* f?ir the quarter jud ro4ed h.?ve br. n alm>?t a? larr* mi tho?? of ftir f?r?vwiuH us month* Thte hap been in oon*oi(iirnc? pi the itriMir' In r Metman oollara f <<r o.<t?m-rit l?i China, awl wfcteh. a? Ihey are regularly reeetrcd here hy ? at.h arrival from Mritro, can harUly bo >*i J to .-ou r iuU> our ? i portal i< n of native co.o or dml. The -hiprnrntH h*?? t??U ax f$l!cwi:? Cknia $1 ,121 .4117 Awttraiia ?$,??>?> Kaf t Indira I Wl Wlrtjr MlM* a oon ?ai?' wle'i bh. da ; 10C1 4 "2 ^outh Anieriea. ..???? H.imo Totel....^ $1 JOVJ4* I'druig U<? flr?t half of l*A7 the nipuru arnooaMn t?> ? 1 7?*.*\7.. mkmg the rnmbinrd xluprarrit* for the nine nxmth* $ .ov^.ofW. [I rvni i be San Krarwtaro Herald, Oct 6 J The <-v|H<t-j<ni rold of ih?? flrit hilf of the y. ar equal 'hat <d the prerrdmg year. and ihe tailing off tdwervablo tiae tnfcen pie <e print, pally during thr month* #if July, August and !>rptomher, lhepe<pleof New York werr t.ot |ir?|mrm! tor thl? dccn-aee tti the fhipni> nt< of ?pi-ciO nm thie port, though repe.iudly warned of th-? ab on itjr of trailing that th<* got en ?tr>-am onuld m-ieti lorgrr o rrM.iw to flow from the I'ariltc wrtlt e>|'ial vol me. It M true that the tart "f a 'lr?re*?e In gold c*por nt'on har hern ^wrvt-itned by ?o?ie Inim-liDg aUUiaUri^n* r ihm city . w'm>. hy aom? o? thr inuMvounuhle turn' of ihe wheei rf fartnne ^nd thrm-n'vra in mltimaiMI of ? (ew r?pe? ot but no argamrit in nuppert nf our po?l t > ti w:ir dretnod nrrraear> by u?. We n'-w et*t-- the fart .h..t niii.0l> dMrM i thr l.trl tlirev 'iv >utli-< IKrrt tuu hum ? '.iwr/our nulli. ni In tl r*p-?rt of gold fr'?tn i hi* port > a.itM nrd and tin* that drrrraeo l? th? mnie<ii?te of the cri<w in Nrw York, of wliH'li we feoeWfd uit-lhgoncr by ?'ie nl^un-hip >ra Thr Fln*ti<4<?l Crlilo In thr Mlantlf MtaUi. [Krifli tliv han >Yam lmro llqrald, <Vt. A | Py tin- Kte.-mirr Vi ti-rn.iy wr rr ei.*oii n< wi m a llniui rial crifla In New Y"rk of t'te olili-?l i>stibll*he.| hmikltig and liuur^u'e 1rni? h 'd mi' eumlied . au I ra lriM<l ?<l?a-.k- bail decliimH" ? llg'ire ur.|>r?OtHiently low The ^i w York |wpei?, wi!h rommendable pro len- ?, have U lorni iy^nii?M and m.iin ki allay tho e,. i. ni-nt, in<l thr profll^^r> i< ?p if they h*i| |H.r*>|eJ m c?nir?e wr phoiild t?av" tnrhrofnele tf>?- met ?rld? ?'{irevl roln In the Allaouc Mate* Here we ran dl-rn?* ?fw . .n.e? of thr |?in? Vjilinnt reetraint, ??1 c*n l>fm ail itn , , i Jiid.red opinion m- the auhjert H mimt be cno -rd that the ih;W!? nf fln-inrKt ffi?treiM tn N,-w ^ x k . iior? not ? atite any v.-ry 4nfmi> wf ?nr |.ri e in thii crfiinn:mty. The f?tt Is *e have long * I r-rteif rt, am. the MHr?pon for ni tc dlo iwa l? aq to wlh tlwr wr h?t* by tbw nmll Prct-ivei'.tbn wnr d of the r?-w?, or ii Hie rr? nt l?nanr,?i troubles are t?> b- r-*ar I'M fW. a-.mply thr pre|i;d? 1<I that greater, rnorr Ifrnrral and more I'wreflr.g 1-ra-h lalilrh |? yet tn rnmo But on th * btanrh of the nitjert m<> ilo not prii|i?e Ui <|<iiriiU|.' at (?rewnt. "?r|Hrl.-trt niffo the Any -? the rvil tlur-of,-' and in obedtrnre to tUJf wise prccrpt, wewill.atthi^ time, ? online our*elve* evrh,. ively to the f*i> wi, h ar? a im < t"d The panie in New J.rk |? a-1 nlxwl tn efjiMKim, trne rally, In inipfirtntionii, 6i the eon- tmetion of rmiroad-*, t?d itl the iigririiltm nl pri- fiirtlonf rauve?1 hy th# drmi*rd for brrailaluff* dor in* the ron*i rmar.rr nf Ihe gre*t wat in f uropo U i* not our ij)tt iit on to depute tl? prninee" fljej are Uoubticwiy iU? ? nu.-x- ><( the re?nt lailurrr, il'<'uch hi a remote degree The immediate c,au*e * Hi* 'bservable in the movement* of *peeie. Wo wlated i f.-w ilny* afro, that there was a tnoe jrraufyintf diminution in tbe amount <if vpecie shipped from thi* port eastward . examination ? f the statistic* of the Oiuitom Hull i <! .'how* that the diminution amount* to DO l?n than W.lttO.IKi SI, and that It him for tho most part taken place during the itnrj tpiai ter of tU? prenent yea r. Vote on Ihr Statr IVht. fTrrm the San Francisco Herald, Oct. ft.] We have the ri tiirtis of tli? vote on tlm sute d?bt in thirty tlvo countlm. Tli. ru are eight countMa yet to be heard from It id an pic Imply grat ylng eitubit, tt If a declaration from the people of the St*' ?? of (Wlfor ma, that though the officer* elected by them bod unlaw fully contrai ted a heavy debt, yet aw it hart been utted, or at lea* t ft (rreat portion of it, for the mipport of the go vernment instituted by thenmelvm, and as by their own Inaction heretofore tbey in fact tacitly acqnletuvnd in >M acriiDiulation, tbe Hteiu of repudiation shall never auiv-ti to the .-uite of their adoption. It is a remarkable fact that from the day on which the decision wart dcliver?i<l by the Supreme Court declaring the Stale debt Il legal, every newspaper hi the State, with a very few ex ce|.t OIIM. o|i|M>4ed repudiation It waft or>e ot' the nxMt n ncii kuble instances of unanimity of opinion in a com munity that hat) ever come under our obwrvation. Tho remit of the vote on the question clearly imtablMw^ that tbey truly retimed public nentinient It in true Uuit ono or two new paper* did o|wnly advocate repudiation, hut they have long tdnce died out, and that a few other jour nal* ot u particular political i-trlpo did lean a liulo tlifti wi.y, but public sentiment was ho strung and decided upon the quest.on that tliey very prudently refrained frotu of fending It, and contented them elveK with an occasional inui m'.o, but nothing more, in relation to iho 0>nn titrtional Convention little Med bo wild. It wan a wild uud ill advised ineanure. It Iiuh been defeated. The total voto on the quertion, co far, w *iS,337, of which 1 H ,4<U) were cast for the convention, and fl,937 ;ijrain?t it I'nder th? present eoiurtitutina, a majority of all the votes enst at any election la necessary to authorise the calling of a Constitutional Gw vent ion. The total voUi of the State will be about 90,000; and to carry the mea sure, therefore, over <5,000 v>ot<^ should be cast for it. It i.? a wine provision. and Iuls thin time saved uh from > on fiifiou, unuicliy, and po-?ibJy civil war. for there wvri le gal |mlnt* involved hi t*.i manlier of the passage of thl Mil submitting the qnextion to the people; and the remit of the formation of a now constitution might be two Stale i government*, each Claiming to ho legitimate, ami the In auguration of a state of affairs similar to that which pre | vailert m Ithode Inland some yearn ago. Ttie Ornln Crop* of California. [From the San Krancisco Herald, f)ct. ft ] Ttio reporUl Of the County \smtesor* already received, ndlcote that tlio crop of cereal* of tho prwnty??r will largely in eicess of our consumption. The yield of nu'ley, iu puiticulftf, will bo tremendous. In two eoun? in ? atone Alameda and ^an .lo.upiin, wo have no lc*a ihau buthola ri'|*M Wil ? in tirly equal lo half tho l< t?l yi-i<i of the State in Nor uro theso report* of the A o^norn t? ba considered in any wise mm extravagant. They will nlwnvH bo found rather under than over tho mark f><r the reason that tfcey derive their Information from tti? farmer* tht niselvoa for purposes of utuuon, and no cne would be fooli-h enough U> give an overestimate, and thereby increase the amount which bo would bo called upen to rontrlbufc for the support of the government In our opinion, fully twonty tlvo per rent might bo added to tho report* of tho A?oMor?, and the n~nlt would approach nearer to tho art i. a I yielo than tho figures which they I'urnirh In soma of the counties from which report* have boon received, a falling offin llM yield is observable, while in other* ? very profit men ase in reported. From conversation* which we have hold with per.-oiin who luive devoted a large ? bare ol" their attention to agriculture, wo are per suaded that tbe decrease in Home countiee is not to be at tributed ?o much to drought or any atmospheric cause, but rather to tho fart that in consequence of a be liof in the wonderful fertility of the noil tbtt ground had been but imperfectly ploughed previous to tbe Fowing of the grain. In some un-ianeeH only a few inches ot the roll had been turned up; and a* several crop* had been previously rawed in the samo way , tho surface bad become worn out, and incapable of yielding anything like a protltablo return. It lh a fact which can - not be controverted that wherever subeoil plows? plow* with a i- bare large enough to turn up the soi I from a con siderable depth ? bare been used , rich crop* huve bven hat vc-ted The result of the la?t few yours <?tablish tho fact that we must become before long larre eipwrter* of wheat and other cereal" Our nxricultii' al resources aro grenter than those of any other Plate tn the I'nioii I'. m a tact which eati vefy ewlly bo proven , that netnn or our larre counties ? sveb a.s Pan Joaquin, ?onom? or A'nn.edr? are capable of producing, and actually do pro. du< >? more wheftt , barley <>tit?, A-c. , thun some -tt.aU-H of the I nion. Tho yield of barley in two uf the countlci above named Is that of any State of the Cinon, with the rirepfon of Ni w York, Liking the censua of 1 fit.. Whirl' fui uisIuh the only -tutirts s on the suhj<>ct that enn at this time be obtained, for the purpowe of compart ton Tli eve are startling tucte, nud exhibit the vuKuemt of our ai'rieultural r? source* in a stronger light than wliele pages of labored declamation. We I ite the fact for th? pnrj??e of showing that wi> mat before long ospor. bread. t> Ifs in laige quantities. As tho interior of tho Mi.te b?Hf?nios more seli dependent, targe stocks will b?i ci itrectitl here, and the only way iu which they r& i fx) reduced Is ? ip<>rt its.ii It is a ini taken Hie* to .up pop* tl.at the greatest drawback t<> those ensured m igri cultural |nir?olta In ih!? >tate Is the watit of a market, and thai we never will have a chance to dtppoee of whatever aurplus may remain on hand, nolens a nearclty ihould pro vail M.m< where r,r o4ln>r? *nch an In Australia two year<t ago, < t 111 Kiirojie iu consequence of agriealMire haniNC bc-n to some c stent iieyh i ted tn tho claiiK of war thii eijs?rt trade will not ba\ ? to depend tifiou such a<lventl tioun ctrci mitance* tor devel?,|?nient Wo are of tho opinion tliat we will always find a good market m New Yoik lor i?or ?nr|>lns brea>lsluA, (irovided wo *bip at the proper t'lee In m:d wtntrr New York i? regularly every yesr ks- buund. No soppllea from tho uvet rtowiliR pr in irii " of the great Wi-st rjut reach it, tuul at si.cb t m? a fair price nmld be realit*st upon *hatever hre-^tstufls we might -hip from here Tbe tlrnt ctugor* ?hipi'ed from th,' .-tate liappene<l to fu ike tho New Vork marki-t at thr pro|s-r tune, and Uie result wan that haad r. n-e prrfttWiere r?' ilirist upon them. Tlioeo facu wero !<~t "igl.t of hi some of the shipment* that wero nubec <|uently raT'e, and a,- might he rxpertcU, they di<l not turn nut to be very profitable "]*?<? u la! inns Let no feam et the inip'i'-ihility of Ai ling a nwrket rauao the facaaer tonhridgi- his labors When w? have a large norplua co hand a niarki t will eiifily and rcndUy be f<mud. Eiului of lltr Htm iiuiiia nf farmn Valley? lite lininlgiatlnn, We copy the following telegraphic de'4pafb from tho 'ncrnm't In Mn'r Journal. It h ilat> I ?. ana, ??< |.U i?l??r 1* It will tie ?e? n by it that the rumor of '.he civI-ih of ? he Mormon* from t'ar?on vnll y , by or ier >f Urigtiaio Yel r.e. is rcr.flrmi d The .ettlcrs n that ira;:. y will havo h tit?p| > riddance o; ib< >n Th" despatch also ponveys the i; * a i 'i yiV'i* pte'i'^nx that tint imruiKraOon of LfeO . "t year *11 Inliy re .eh 1 , noo ,n.| pr-lablir 30.000. two thirds of whem ire women xnd fhildren Th?? will niaki a rreat adilii en i<> <eir |s>pulation. Sett year wo nia.v ? ? |- ? l fisi no, at !? *-i - "Tlie Mormons ur all irakin* preparations lo taave for the t;re?i -alt IsVe they w ll leave here to about tea <***??, an'" will have In thr>r train over one hundred wa gons. Their farms have b "ii pun lnwod by uiunlgraaM coir rg over the plainr the ecaeon The imrn.gr ate^u Ulul year l? immense The Valh y h all alive with raea, wo mco, children and an i nulls, w bo have juet arriveii over the plains The immigration thl* year will reach fail 2ft nfo, and probably 3o OOO Two thirds arc wan? u aa<l chliJrc n," Marrteyea, Hl-?h? u4 DmIIh. ? ?RK1KD. Coixiif? WnRBT'i ?In Hnn Kranrhco, ?*rpt 90, bv IM Kry. F r 0co?, Mr. 8 P ColUna Ui Mum Au*alia K. WormeH, both ol i^aa Krnnrirro. t)AMi?<<?? Hmv-'tn ? In "a" Francweo, on m<?*y rvi nl|.|r, Pe| I. 17, t?y ih>' Rev W. A Bcmtt, f) P,, IJaul. H^nry It DavMana, Flr?t *r in ? no, I'mfJ FUW" Army, to (?>i ilMiiirhU'r >N till lata Wn M.nr Bi.'D'f , ><i <'K?vQ I'tiited I-Uh'd Arm) . mni. Mi ?phv _in San Fteerwo, .?**!'?. fa, the ?ifl? rf D T. Mnrpl'y of a ton MID. Cimuil.? H O ikland. >>a Wt*ln> *4ny, Wept. itt, Rainy rv*.'", th- wit-- offalhonn It.-ohMu, in tbo iWth year Ct her *f B*"*v ? In c*n Iranruro, Oct. 1 . Anno. infant <Ltu?b irr of John and MrWjrt Hrnwr, . >*<-<1 9 mot. the Hoar ? At th'- rtty of I n jtnjfrl<'?, en U?o ov.-Din# of "atarday, ser? H, I'M, Mra Kmlly M 0., wife of lien. Benjamin May r* j, ?*?<>* ? ln!-an Vranelaco, on Saturday, 'Vpt 36, Jo ?ffhc Jnhnwi fldfi on of Capt J M Johnson, ? na ft vi* of >ew York a#r.| 4 yo.ara nod 9 m..nth* M? I- *n ? * ?In Ian ?'raii< :'c?t on Thurartay . f?ept 24, of rnnnimptit n, Mr Jame? M. Kutyre, a native of Ireland, ii" n .<* ytnr*. JUrNim.-lo San Pranci.?ro, <Vpt. $4, Mr J.?.ph m*. Vin<y, a native of Ireland. aired 40 reart. Sri*.? -_|n s>?i, Vranri?.o, mi "ontlay , Fept 17,of'-?,n anmptkm, H. H. Nelum, Kaq , a naUre of Kngiand, i^tal 44 year? l'i ?tt ? In Fan F'ranetaon, nn Wednesday, f?pt US, ' '?> tf K. Ha?t. 43 yoar*, formerly of UurufVo, ><-tm< nt. Ii'.n-r ? In Snn Kranr^ro. on aatnrd'y, ?*ept N, <Nhi njtirlea reeriYr.i hjr * f#u from ,% - j' .1 on Akauaa l-Iand, on the u?l, ? -|.t , r tun T net i> Id. Tripp, a n* Mire of Ikrton, Man. , aKed :w y<\ir.?. Corniirn' Tw? Porn (Vi t'o*?jt ran ? The l>?M ram h?? h.va concluded at In- 1. yet th" m> t^rr -urr?unilin? th.> fat?i of tho unfortunate y. vn* man rraiatn* m thi nly v<-lMi an ercr, Th? Jury ?m*a yr?t< r iay niornrn* at t?i? Tbif ? ? . nth * ?r<l MdlKM bau-"1 for the |'urp??"' of retoclurtio* thr;r Mon. Whoa arerdH tn* ' aath trom?|ii0ar in h* on-rftk# o*f - r?o( tlK H-n tn Vl??4 UnaN. * as thf ?"or?y tli.'i", at pr**' nt t? us nnbirown," w<m retHtered. \tum rw>? ITiw-.W In^ur-t ww ho|.| by Ckmmer f. .nil. rv |<oii th. fw. v of < rhih lfcr?w< y-arK ofcl rani 'l ( luirle* IUIi? v roKH.in* Willi hla r-n af< nt Sn ;W<? I.rrit"! ? h" ?l--' from th" oflH-f.tf ?f flttrnc MO'1 .iM.tMtly r? cived l?f! h:? ??U'ttH^i ta tun* tire at tii.- -t<i?e. 1 he 4(W?r4 ?? liftai. ti.. for an* minukM !iy li?* m.-thrr <n> her r. tnti ?h. t. nd h m lyin? ?n 'lie I?-*t imtri.'d to a ert?f. V.*> ?? Arelo. ntnl ^emh loi *t? I'* a >n' - I >'t?'r Bennett fall ovt>rl>oar<i whiW ,it> \t, it. ?' a- ?a ? dre-.*n" ? The body of d.>c.*?, .1 ? m race?' red at |i< r frot 1 1 U? uT.,rncur -ir.*t ?her<. (\>r?> m t Hltla hrl,! an inqwat y>'M?r4ay VerUkt, " A<>-n'en Mlrtrath ' TTa1 ne< >>a.??<l w,?? n i ?l<orar, att'l re- el at Vo At? Wntei t ||. * 40yar?<.4 a?", a?<t ?m>? uat.ic (4' If land