Newspaper of The New York Herald, December 3, 1857, Page 5

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated December 3, 1857 Page 5
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Police Intelligence Mamjn apfbay between bowdies and ths roues. About two o'clock yesterday morning a party of row <tw>? entered the poll room of the KJghth district of the Eleventh ward, while the canvassers were at work making up thoir return*. uu<i commenced to break up the furui* ture and behave themselves in a very disorderly manner. Policemen Miller and Duffy, of the Eleventh precinct, who happened to be pruaent, interfered, and ordered the row dies to leave the place, wheu a general row ensued. Two ?of the rowdies were armed, one with a gun and the other with a knife, and a ftp r re onslaught was made upon the policemen- fortunately, officers Van Taasel and Hawkoa came to the assistance of their comrade* at the moment .of tho attach. htlorts were made to disarm the fellowj without shedding any blood, but m the attempt officer Hawks received twe severe stabs in the shoulder and breast. One of the disorderlies aimed hia jjuu at officer Tan Tassel, but luckily it missed Are. and before he had time ?to draw the trigger a second lime hie was floored by a blow ?from a club in tho hands of officer Duffy. Another of the gang made a plunge with a dirk unite at tho last namod jinliCAman, when officer Van 'fiUMfl, toeing the imminent danger to which the life of hu comrade was exposed, drew a revolver ?i>d shot the assailant ?ipou the spot. Phis ?ended the row. Tlie |*>li?e succeeded in scouring two of the fellows, but the third -me escaped. Toe name of the rowdy who was ihot is Vauglmn. He was conveyed to Belle vue H'?pit?l yesterday , where his weund was dress ed by the House Surseou of that institution. The other prisoner, who cuvo his name aa Canady. was brought be fore Justice Wood, at tho K--..iex Market police Court, and there committed for examination. I'obcernau Hawlu1 la juries are severe, but it Is hoped that he will speedily rn cover. Inspector Squirea, of the Kleveiith precinct, mifc.n the following report of tho occurrenco to Deputy Supenn Undent Carpenter: ? The desperadoes came into the poll room of the F.ighth ?tlittrict about hall paitone o'clock in tho morniiitf, before the < auvass wis * I? >se<l , and commenced a tight by knock , iuf down Dr Diiuou and Jumping on hint Offioer Miller interfered to save Dimou, and fio.tlly suoceeded in rescuing him, when the assailant* ran Into a house hu<1 insbmtly came out armed with a gun and a Urge knif** , and made a furious onslaught on the officer)*, who rapped for help, and ? officers Hawks and Van Tassel soon Cauie to their aid. Notwithstanding the officers had been obliged to use their -rtubs freely, it only seemed to exasperate tho ruffian*, .and they no sooner saw the othor officers arhve than ? one of them made a desperate rush at officer Hawks, plunging a large knife into him in two places, while another levelled a gun at another of the officers, which missed tire fortunately , and before he could pull the trigger again he was knocke.i down by officer Putty, when the outlaw who had stabbed Hawks, left him and made a rash at the other officers wdU knife drawn and reeking with blood. At this momuut officer Van Tassel seeing that there was no other alternative, drew his revolver and shot Pat Yauglian (the man with the knife), but he still continued ills assault, wheu a second shut was discharged, which brought him down, and thus, beyond doubt, saved thu lives of both officers , Miller and Dully. Vauglrui u badly wounded, ami was sent to the Now York Hospital after examination by Dr. Kimbark. John Oaoady, another of tho desperado*'* . was sent to the police Court, and ttie third of the attacking party made his escape. bat the ottl cers know bint and he will undoubtedly bo taken. Or eat credit is due to the officers for their firmness and intre pidity in this desperate affray. Officer Hawks is badly, but not fatally injured. l?r. kitnbark dressed his wounds. Illkuai Yotkks. Tho magistrate! at the police courts were busily engaged yesterday in holding examinations in the cases of persons arrested the day previous tor illegal voting. There were five cases at the Tombs and six at ibe Essex Market Police Court. Decisions in each case will be rendered to day. Vicu Sax a Bcmm. ? John Kleroaa was arrested by tfticer McOnrd , of the Lower Poller Court, on charge of stealing five pieces of silk and cloth venting, valued at 4'MO, from the public store No. 12 Broad street The pri soner wa^ brought before Justice Connolly, at the Lower Police Court, where he was committed for examination. llicnwAV Koimxnv. ? (m Monday night Mr. James J. Morrison, of No. 115 West I'wenty second street, whilo standing in front of his residence wis suddenly attacked by Hugh Hughes, an Irish weaver, who knocked him down and robbed him of a wild watch and chaic, valued ?it $376. The fellow then fled, but was pursued by Mr. Morrison, who caused his arre.it. rhc prisoner was taken , before Jiustic-e Davison and Incited up, in default of $!>.ooo j twill, for trial. Ho says he w:u drunk when he committed the robbery. I>*t?ctio* a \t? Arskst of a Bcanuut. ? Joseph Gard ner, a sailor wsk detected, ahont I o'clock on Wednes day morning, leaving the grocery of John 1*. Kunn, 321 Ninth avenue, wtth a large bundle of tea. sardines and other groceries, which he had stolen frmi the store, hav ing just broken into it. Th. articles were identified by ;lie grocer and Gardner was locked up for trial. Brooklyn City Kewi. AM INTERKHTtNO KlftlTIVI SLAVS CAHK. The Ktt'amsliip Florida, winch arrived at New York on Saturday , brought arnoug its |%*sengers a n^gro named John Smith , who had secreted himself on board previous to the aailmg of the steamer, and was not discovered until the vessel was at tea. As there U a heavy penalty tm ?jiosed at Southern ports up"u all captains of vessels who by accident or design aid In the esca|>.< of slaves trom Southern ports, the laptaiu or agents of the st?mer wore vixiouh to return the negro to the port tmm whence he nsraprd For this purpose the negro w ;?s placed io the custody ol * men named Thomas MeNnlty . who <eeps a grocery and iiquor store at Ked Hook Point, aud a watch ?et u|*>n him to prevent his e cap \ Tin persons employ ed to guard him weie Thomas laiwler, Tiui'Hhy K Ma^?>n, John Jack ion and John Cowen. who relieved each other by night a/i I da> ffcet that a fugitive Slav* was In Brooklyn came ti> the knowledge of Mr Lewis Tappau. of New York, who 'XXnmunioUed the fact to Mr. Samuel L Harris , the Clerk ol the Cit> Court. Brooklyn. A writ of habeas corns was ol tamed from Judge Culver on Tues Jay, and Mr Hauls, ae. . iup,n'e.l by a or nttlcers, went to the place designated and succeeded in obtaining Is?s.bhiou of the negro, whom th"y t'?k to ;hj residence o( Judge Culrcr, in VfllliaaMtmrg, on Tuesday night Yesterday murniug, the |>arlius interest ed appeared at the City Court auu waded some lime for the Judge, when it was ascertained that the writ of ha ;>eas oor|>-?f was made returnable at the residence nt tho ludge in William- 1'urg. No further fact? have transpired n relation to the case, but It t* rumored ttnt the negro was brought before Judge i alver on Tue <day night and liberated. Hk*Tut? ?r a I\*ntvr H*r* iimum*.? William I,ee wiu couvtcted iii the Court of tfenaiotui on Tuamlay for grand larccny, m having stolen from 1 rnrtrlH flooday, of Canada, ?rJO, u few tlu> n since. Let; is ? pul-ul ?*f? operator, uutl turn frequently been before th? lower court* on charges of *wrtndling I > tueanaof the patent ?aft game, but has here tofore managed to escape punishment. im thw occasion he and a companion m< I Mr (iooday at the dock uf Ibe 'Joliforaia strainers. and after ascerlaini'ig that bp was bound for t'alilornia. induced him to rtant lircenwund for the purpose .if (K'ritig some Iwffin ? hicb tbrjr pretended ihey wne umae to uke out to California. Ou rexhing a lonely ?p<>t ther triad U> induce him to tot on the patent safe, buthc deeiincd. The prisoner Lee then thrrateaad hts life if bo did I ?'( tfi v?> ihom <nmo nrnnny lie lnvami 'rtghteucd, and look out $iJO in gold, which Uiey seized and made <4T lie made complaint to the jiolK-#* of the Third district, and La?e wax arr> sted and iduntifled by tbo ?-.?ounUy man .?* one ot the part.e? who robbed htm Hit "was U.ed by tbo Court uf St ?iuo.< . and neuteuced ou Tuesday to imprisonment in the Hut.- pn*on at Sing Sing '"or the Itiii uf f >ur vear?. elevi-n tuuntba and twenty nine -la/.. Thw is th< first conviction of any of thrao patent naic operators that bar Iwii had ui this county. t'nnrt ? Kprrlal Trrm. Br for? Hon. Judge Roowevelt. Tilt LBAsr. VIA UK BT THK COMMON COt >CIL TO TUK CATHOLIC OKI HAN A8VLI M. Pw\ i ? Mr Joseph Btnnt made application on ho half of certain las payer*, for an order enjoining the Corpora ( on front e*?w.ulmg and the I Ionian Catbolic Orphan Asy lutn from accepting a leaae of half a block of ground ou Fourth avenue, Iwtween Kifly first and Fifty frond ? trevta, for a term of years, at a nominal rent of $1 |?er annum The Judge did uot grant Ibe injunction, but would grant an order to show oause. aud he had no doubt the Comptroller would, upon llqf order, rcf.ise to tike any rti'iw until the n. alter was dispwed of by the Court. This lease was granted by a resolution of the Common Council for so Ionic mi said land* ?hail be ooc-ipied tor the n?p of the Roman Catholic orphan Aaylum, and for no iitber pur|*??e Tlieatrlcwl and Mii?l??l. Rmdadwat fuKATHi ? Mr. C Matbew* will thw evening *>na?-t hi* Ckvnrtt*' i hara?,teri of I'ulf in the OoflM^ly of the "CrWtc" and l'li?Ml?lry in the faree < ailed the ' I'ractieal Man ' Tlie afterp?.ie In u> be the "Wandering Minstrel." ? Zanfretli'a tight rope feaU are to open the entertainment" to night M lie Kolla follow* in the ballot of "P?m?IU, and the lUvet* m< luding the re ttowned <;abriel. In "Koberl Mil llertram." TV)Wk*> ? A)uite an attractive list of gymiiantie, aero t>aUc. and equi "irian feaU ban been prepared (or IIim even iog TJie i liwing r"? e I* h novel lot al whimsicality call ?"d ? "Visit to the Bowery." Brim ? Ibe offer. ng* ft>r t<i night are the drama en (it ii>ii "\*nityfar ami tba trave?tie of "Hamlet," in which Me**r? Burton and Brougham perform . and ' Vou're Vure tn be ~lwi in winch Mr Rogers plays the hero. WtUArii f-' A lady in DMAcultlea ' and ? Twohitme* nre annonmed for rc|ietllion this evening Meadames Hoey and Allen M ti.innon. nJii Messr* Hlake, lister ftivenport and Holland are in the catts. I.?ra* KBwm's ? Tlie romantic drama called the "8ea ?>f Ice," m wbkb Vli-? Ke?-ne. and Messm Jordan, Jeffer aon and WhraUcich have won ro much apidanae during tile past five weeks, I* to be giren a few nighta more. Th? Www Jtrvmui prenent an attractlre bill for their oeneflt at 444 Hroad a ay , 1-iU- l)M Christy * Wood a llall Tbatr select ton- oomprlM the "ftWMW Swain#,-' "Stook Broker in Imih ultiea," txnigs. dauaea. *c. + Amwiics* Mi shi m ? Tlie dramatic entertainments are io oonawt of the "Wandering Buys " in the afternnon. and ' Time Trlen All" and ?'i^ogh and Drow rat" in the evening All the places are very well cast. Ctarra - Thuee who take pleasure in seeing all around them eieeaeh ely happy and Joyous should mingle with the maNxes ?ho tbrnug Yryoa'c circus, at S4 Bowery, every night See the progamme. Mnnomms*. Rurlerques, dances and songs, of the tnoet aniusiUK descrl|>tion. are on the bills for to nigh l 'JIVter liper I'rpper Poda>" is to be given at Deo Chri'ty * Wood s, and Sbukatterean Keadings' and the "Horse Opara" at Bryant's. Oovnwr.-M me Be Blentllle aaaouaee* a noncert at lV>d worths So loon to night Several choic? musical com t>witn?s are to be perfurtued, and many egcelleul trmt' are to ashirt ' ' Board of Ten Governor*. THK MAYOR ELECT OBJECTS TO A BILL FOR PAINT ? | HI TAAKS LB AVE OP TBR BOARD, AMD MAIUM I A HPIROB ON THK OCCASION ? FACPHUI VOT1NU t ON ELECTION DAY. The Board of Ten Governor* met yesterday ? C Godfrey Gunther, President, in tbe chair. Among the members present ?u tbe Mayor fleet, Daniel F. Tiemaun. THK MAYOR WJtCT OUJKITS TO A FAINT BILL. A bill of $30 for certain (Mini purchased jby tbe Board, camo up for tbe Board to puna upon. Mr Tikmamm expressed a wi.ih to look at it, and having done mo. passed it to Mr. Beuj, F. Pinckney. who is also a dealer in paints, and asked bun if it was not ton exorbi tiuit'r Mr. Plncltuey thought it won; wbureupon Mr. Tie maun declared be would no: vote for passing tho bill. It was finally referred to the committee to report upon. ABOUT l'A V IT-lta VOTI.NU. CoKJtiUJca V. Am>kkhom eullod tbe attention of the Board to an abuse which be thought ought to bo abatod. It wad In relation to discharging persons from tho workhouse and other institutions on Black well's ft lan. 1, m m to citable them to vote on election day. This practice tho Governors strongly condemned, and ho understood that twenty per sons niul been discharged from the workhouse last Mon day, by one of the Governors who wished lb'-m to vole for a certain candidate for Mayor. Mr. Tjewann was of opinion that the Governors had a right to discharge paupers from ibe workhouse, but they bad an opinion front the Corporation Counsel which forbid tbein from discharging from any other institution under their care. He hoped that if any one had abused this power of the Governors fur improper purposes, tt would bo investigated, and steps taken to prevent, a recurrence ot this practicc in future. Mr. Towtouckb thought it would be well to postpone litis subject until a fnll Iir.ard was present. l'erha|M the |*>r son most interested in this matter w.m absent. Mr. ItKNj. K. 1'iM kkkv thought Hi.it uuder tbe law tbe Governors had <1 right to discharge all v -(grants. The le gal opinion lliM bad bevii given ou Ibis subject Mas so am biguous tbat it it left th>> matter as much Lu the dark as ever. Mr. Outer offered a resolution to tbe effect that tbe matter should be tullj iuvestigatod, aud a repoi t present ed embracing all the f,?ota. it was admitted that twenty persons bad been discharged from oue of the institutions, and tor the purpose ot voting, i' or one, ho was opposed to this mode of procedure, and if tho tiovornors did h.?ve this power, ho wished their praotu o and prerogative* so guarded that it could not bo abused hereafter and Ivy wbotn. Mr Tiexakx moved tbat Uio Warden be Instructed to rive the names ot tbe parties discharged. Alter Some further discussiou the mailer was laid over for a week. MR T1KMA.NH ANNOl'.NCKB II IS Kl.l:C!'10>. As the Board was about to adjourn, Mr. Tikmavx rose aud mud be wished to say a tow words to his tellow uiem lK-r- ot the iJoaru , as be was iu some doubt wliutlior he could be able to meet with them again They all knew the result of tho recent election. Ho hod been eliosou by the good people of New York lor tho high office of Mayor. Heverat Govkrjiokh (interrupting; ? lion t be in a hurry. The votes havo not. bOeO countod yet. Mr. TtRKAKN ? lib, I don't c^re tor that I am satisfied tbat I um legally elected, and intend to t ike my seat next January in the it tyot "s oilier. Mr. Tictuanu then wont on to say that be could nolact with tho Board for the coming I month, as he wi-jhed to acquaint him?e -arduous duties m was item to WON. He t! re had con cluded to resign his Office. It was w regret that he left the Bo.ird. He bad been kii >> ^il tho member*. and there were certaiu rc: the in.-t.iu lion* be wished to ei" eifected bettor u the Boai d. He referred to the Beiievue Hospita , i the I.unatii As) lum and Workhouse, and hoped they would always be under as goon management h.j they w.re ,.t present. He was in favor of building a new peni ti ntiarv for tciuales immediately, and he bad hoped | to so#* it done before lie left '.lie Board. There j wo* one other reform lie bail set his ln-arl upou. It was to separate ih? IMi.t.'Pfi .ry Hospital from the Peniten tiary. He was Of opinion that the hospital ought to have a warden of its own, an<i ibal the resident physician should be tbat oflicer Under tbe present law respectable females w bo were diseased l>y dissolute husbauds were com polled to de. laie theuutelv es vagrant* before they could be ad milted to tbe hospital. Tins all wiolk and oughtto be amended foi tliw itb. In coucluskm Mr Tie maun expressed bis regret at leaving (lie Hoard, and acknowledged that be bad entered It with strong suspicion as to the honesty of its management. but all bis prejudices now vanished and he became thoroughly conviucod of the good it was tho meatus of doing. Mr. Snira aud ether Covert ore expressed their sense of tbe loss Mr. Tiemnnn would be io the Hoard, and hoped the democratic members would ftll his place by a worthy ti:;iu. Mr. Tiemann's resignation was accepted, to take ef fect on the iMth instant, wbco tho Board will elect bis successor . CBMtiw of TnK ixsmrrnovs. From the report of the wardens It s??m? tbat th?re are 7,610 pel son.-. iu liio insliutions under tbe charge of the Goramors ? showing an increase since last week of 179, and an increase as com|>ared with last > ear of 1,662. Board of Education. THE FRXE ACADEMY PKONOl NCKU A UKKAT lit MIU U. Tin* Board held llictr Urst regular movliu^j fur thin mouth ?t the usual time and place yesterday ? Andrew II. Green, President, in the choir. After the minute* of the previous meeting were read Commissioner IUi.kwt* a?ked U> have theiu ho amended or changed as to read that the Adjunct lYofmaor in the Free Academy shall receive I $1,750 por annum, instead of S-.OtK), thin establishing a difWence of fttO in the professorship* at the Academy. An irreguiar debate artve upon the motion and occupnui j nearly two hours of thv time of the Hoard. I)?. Webster, Principal of the Free Academy, wan pre- I Kent Mr Bkmu>I'T uiauiUued that tko minute* were correct, and considered any attempt to talf.ty tliem aa at least ; cenaurable Several other MBben spoke against the motion, some denouncing the Free Acad.-my a* the greatest humbug in i the equations! system of New York, ai.to bitterly com plaining about ao mu'*h time being tak?n up hi the' lloard la dbcuxkii ob the Free Acadetuy, two or three hours hemp thui apent at every mooting, to the neglcct ol other t ?lam. At length the previous question wait called, and thn motion to correct the minutes was loet, and they were adopted. A communication from the ?? h< ol officers of Ward SCfeool No 14, making appl? ntK'U lor the alteration of .-aid . rboul hou*e, waa referred to the Finance Com ?MM, I A communication waa read Trim l'rof<Htsor 1 tar too, of the Free Academy , returning a check fur 918 4il which hsd been paid to him, wider the Idea that the salaries of the proti si or* of said in itttttinn had been ranted by tho Hoard. The Board bad previously voted the MUM to the l'rof> s*nr, and ordered too check returned to biui. A quorum not being present thn lloard ihnn ad Jtartwd. Cltjr Intelligence. A Cnuora ELtrno* Waor*.? Among the bete made on Tui-Mlaj laxt as to tbu probable result of the Mayoralty election , waa one the payment of which will doubtless create considerable public excitement and amusement. It seemr two gentlemen, anxious tn emolite the tame of B? u Perl'*) Poors, agreed to a wager tj the effort that the one whose favorite candidate waa defeated should saw a load of wood in front of the Girard House on Thurs day, between the hmir* nf on# and three o'clock 111 the afternoon. 960 to be paid by the party who should forfeit As Mr. Wood w.w the un?ii<w?Jtul < an. li bit* of Course his backer will lia\?to saw the loud of wood or forfeit. It t? undrratood that he refuses to do the letter, and con sequently a ant absurd scene w ill lake place at tho cor ner of Weat Broadway and Chamber* strnet to-day. Mr. Sewall A. (Mbert is the name of the party who will Hit lite wtmmI. Mr. Jam?H H. llrown is the person with w bom the bet was made. SmsTtM Amur t> WnrTKiiAM. Strskt. ? An altercation took place last evening in Whitehall street, fcrtween Wot. Burns, a letter carrier, and James Leonard, a hark man, t during wMcli the latter received three pistol shot* in dif f? rent parts of his Nwty , lircl by liitrn- ?>ue ?bOt took effect In Uie Beaky part of the itilgb, mflu tiug s severe wound anoth< r hell struck him on the forehead , passing over the top of the bead, without doing severe mjury The third passed through the breast of his coat, hut without 1 entering his t*?ly. Tin- wounded him Waa mnveyed to the New York Hospital, after an examination by I>r Van Uer Burns was arrested and taken to the First precinct i tatiou house where ho waa held for examination. TBI UrxstnoYitn.? Another meeting of the unemployed was held at 'AKI Bowery, yesterday afternoon, for the pur poee of receiving the report of the F^ecutire Committee, relative to the formation of s Workingmeti'a Protective Union. The report of a plat form of principles, by laws, constitution. *c , for the propound union was read by by Mr. Settler. Secretary of the committee, and discussed at ( unstderab ?? length t>y various members of the com mlttec and meeting. Tlrr meeting adjourned for one week, ' after hat nig adopted the report with alight amendments. [ Finn tv PmKXTH Aviwt s ? Aboui three o'clock on Wed- j ncsday morning a Are was discovered in the grocery store ; So. S70 Seventh avenue, corner of Thirty -fourth street, I kept by Patrick '?wens. It originated sm?ng some empty j boxes, Md was extinguished before it did much damage. , The building is owned by Samuel Sparks; it t? damage 1 aitoiit t-iu mid lnsurp?l. Wr. Owens e??imate< his lo-x at alM'iit >.".?> lie is Insured for 91 .000 m the fk'-ean ln-u ranre tomi<ai<y. Tlie origin of the Are is not known at present; It will be invnstignfd hy the l*irn Marshal, t, as KxrKotos. ? Tli<' alarm of Ore for the Fifth district on Wi ilneaday aftemi 'W, between 13 and 1 o'clock, ww caused by an explosion of gas In the restaurant kept by Perry Ms pes, under ? Md l?ll"wa' llail, corner of (Irani anil Centra street* It ajipi ars that escaped gin w u smalt, m the xaloon. when Mr. Mai?'s t?H?k a lighted candle to tlnd Its whereabouts. On opening a door leading to tin' area, whw b had been covered In, the escaped gas ignitod and produced a terrlQc explosion, tearing down a large portion of the ceiling and shattering the doors and win dows into atoms, file km of tho explosion als" dan troyed the windows in the tailor's store over the saloon, and ripped up a part of tbe store fixtures It also threw several of th?' Stone stej>? out of plare. Mr Mapea fortu nately craped with burnt hands only. The damage done to the building will probably amount to $M0. IttntiAt. V?nwa? ? It appears that Mr Benjamin 0. Tru man, who was arrested on Tuesday for attempting to vote Illegally, was discharged yesterday, it haying been shown that he had a perfect right to vote Naval Intelligence. Tlie United States steamship f*?n .laclnto. Capt. Bel, was at Sluuinhae on the lfith of September Tli.' stoop of war l#vant. Com. Smith, waa at Hong Kong on the S6th of September. Csart Oalendar-TWt Bay. I mm Statw Kisnucr Conn.? Noa. M to 91, M, M to ?. The Cajulted Boat of the Fidelia. ?Hurl" Ku-kija, Kaet Kiver, Dec. 2, 1867. 8iK? In reforonrn to the Hiuemont in the Hnuui of' to day, regarding ih<> acrldont that occurred In the river, by the upsetting (>f a boat, I beg to say til at you are miam formitl. Tlie boat ws* not going "from," but to the ship Fidelia. 1 was on board at ttan time, and saw the wliolo a.Iair. There *m not " one man drowned," as tho |>?p?*r Mates. I Immediately lowered a boat, which succeeded in re?<uing the foUier, mother and four children, who were at out** brought into the cabin, and received every alien bon till ijuite restored I am, sir, your ob'd'l serv't, W. H. COULATORE, Chief Officer. If Yon Wmil a Fine Winter Style of Hat ?o and eiamine KSPK.N'dCHKID'S. at 1U Nassau street. rlee K1 60. "White's Fall Style |3.-Lait Spring Style induced to the low price of $2. at WHITE'S, the hatter, lid Fultou atreet, live doors east or Broadway. Putty UFp. Knox's Fall and Winter Style of hsls ? Also new style of boys' caps. No. 212 Broadway, corner of Fulton street. The Port raits of Daniel F. Tlontann, Mayor elect, wnd of Feruaudo Wood, present Mayor, liy llowland, from amhrolypes by Brady, are published In ili>- New York Weekly Sun. Two crnis pr.r copy. Keady at the counter o< the Sun office this morning. Furs, Fun. l.adlu.' Fun, at Uanta'i Old stand, cornrr of t.'&nal and Monster streets Splendid seUol mink and Hudmu buy sable, in large cupes. half c tpes and vtctorlnea, with mull's and eolfs lo uiateb, now selling olt ?t greatly reduced prices, tor cash, at BANTA'S, eornor ot Ca nal sud Woosler street* Iterance Salamander Naltu*? Vilth Patent powder proof locks an.1 cross bars. A tar. Urn and burglar proof parlor safes. Depot 18 2 Pearl street. BOBKRT M. PATRICK. Queen's Artist, at Holmes', 289 Broadway. ? Dollar photograph*. Mi ccnt miniature* and city views. Citf Hull taken yesterdsy. Yellow and Brown Sngarii a* Low Prlrea? r.lso teas, fruits. Ae.. may be had at J. O. FuWI.KH ? t.'O.'l 200 and 438 Greenwich street. Hill's Hair I>ye, only Four Shilling a Box? Black or brown; No. 1 Barclay street. InfaUtblu ongucot, troth powder and e?trscts. Bntrfarlor's Hair I>ye, Wigs and Toupees. ? The best in the world, surpassing all mitde. Sold aud spelled at the manufactory, tin Broadway. I 'rlstAdoro's Hair Dye, Wigs and Toupee* ? The very l?sttn I he world. For sale, and the dye privately applied, ai No. 6 Asuir Howe. Harry's Trtcopherous Is the Best and Cheap* ?st article for dressln pr, hetulifyliig, eleansln $, curling, pre serving and restoring the. h*u l-iUies, try ii. Sold by all druggists. Rupture. ? Mivr*li & Co.V Radical Cure Truss office removed to No 2 Vesey street, Astor House. Dtaraeen of the Throat and Lungl Cured bv the application sud inhalati in of .T K. STAFFORD'S OI.IVK TAK Circulars conuuning testimonials trom Thurlow Weed, j Tsssc V. Fowler aud Wm. B. Townsen I, Es ps , tlen. Dull' i 1 i recti, and from many other prominent person* Can !>?> had | at lti Suite strewt, east side of the Battery. 60 cents a bottle. i Croup and Whooping Cough.? Croup ean j be cured in a few minutes sud whooping cough In a week, l>y applying J. K. STAFFORD'S Olive Tar to the throat ana ; ? lost.. 60 cenU a bottle, at 16 State street, east side of Battery. ? Salt Rht-ura, Scrofula 8yj?hlll?, and all 1 o*.her diseases of impure blood, are st once cured by ' taking J. B. STAFFORD'S Iron and Sulphur Powders sud applying his Olive Tar < Hutment. Twelve > powders $1; olnt men: 26 cents. At 16 Mate, street, cast side of the Baticry. To Dlsenfevt a Nkk Room use J. R. Staf FORP'S olive t?r, over heated water. It will emit a most agreeable odor and no disease can spread where It Is usod. ; Murray A I<anman's Florida Water. -.The aroms or Murrs) A Ijaiimsn's Florida water is lb?- urns' permanent, exhilarating and exquisite perfume rvcr obtanu d from ils-se eaMorsof nature, freshly n???i>'*i e?i lowers. Sold hv 11. T. UNMAN A ?!?)., wholesale driiTirlsts, 6'J Water street, snd by all druggists, at 90 cents per bottle. Holloway's Pills Operate Upon all the Organs which furnish the elements of the blood, and through th>'m upeu i be blood Itself, purifying It, regulating its Uow, sud r< nderldg U a lit anrl health) means of sustaining and renew- L ing the w hole pbj steal fabric. A Retired Physician, 75 Year* of Age, Whose sands ot life have nearly run out. discovered while in i he Ksst Indies, n Cfi lain cure for e <^tiupM"ii, asthms, bn'ii chills, coush%, rtilds and general dcfilfl^-. The remedy was dut i \ered l ) hi.T when us only ebild, adanghter, was given , | up to die lie had li. ?r.l III Ii.'li of (lie woudarful r^eiorallve 1 and healing qualities of preparatlont made from the KujU lu dis hemp, and Ibe Ihoiiglit occurred o him thai heiniKht make : I s reine>ly for hu < hlld lie studied hard aad suceeede<i in ] resltringhiswlsl.es. Ills child wss cured snd Is now alive ! and well lie liss since administered ihe wonderful remedy to thousands nf snti?-r? re in all parts of the world, and li- has ; never faili d In making thera completely hi alihy and happy, j Wishing lo do ss much giaal ?n possible, be will send lo so< h of bis ntttlctcd tellnw beings as request U, this recipe, with tull | and ripltclt directions lor making It up an.1 siieceKsfully using ! It lie requires each applicant to inclose him one shulisg? | three cr nts to he retiirm d as jioslage on the recipe anil the I remainder to be applied to the pai ment uf this adrerttaciaeQt. ! Address Dr. II J*u?es. 19 'iisiid stre.-t, Jerse) City, N. J. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. HONEY MAKKKT. Wkonkspav, Dec. 2-8 P. M. The stock nmrkct remains in a cosnparutivuly quiet state. The transaction* to day were princi pally for run h, arid aH a general thing at higher prices. At the first board ( Cumberland Coal Caa jmny advanced 4 lH'r cent; Delaware and Hudson, I |t New York Central Kail road, 4: Erie, 1; Hud* in Hailroad, 1; Harh-m, j; Reading, Michigan Cen tral. 1; Cleveland and Toledo, $. Hi le lioud*. IHU, declined 1 per cent: Cleveland and l'ituburg, 4 Michigan Southern, <>ld, op?ned at an advance of '2 per cent, hut fell off and cloned at ye*terday's price*. Chicago, Burlingtou and Quincy Railroad stock closed at 63 |>er cent, which w a decline since last mile. Thin company has paid an nual dividend* of twenty per cent lor *me years, and ha* showed large surplus earning!*. It is now rejtorted that the company have a large tloaling debt. and that it lathe Intention of the Hoard of Management to pax* the dividend* until thin debt ii* paid off from the net earning)*. This is the true policy to pursue. Tliere ii actual safety in noch a system of financiering, and we wi^h there wa.; rcore of it. The movement in Li ('nM?r and Milwaukle Railroad stock to-day wa* strong. and price* were well sustained. The reorganization of the !fcmrd of Director* of thw company is likely to lead to the happiest result*. The lsuidt-d debt ban I wen limited to an amount moderate for the pn?|>erty represent ed, and the future will, Isyond all d >ubt, develupe result* satisfactory to all parties interested. At the the second board the market wm without nmch change. The ino*t active movement wa* in Cleve land and Tcledu, and price* were well auatained up to the clow. The Assistant Treasurer report* to-diy as fol lows:? Tm?l receipt* ?_?* Total (Mymriil-i AM,'** t>5 Total 1 1? lain r 4, 097 ,0ft 37 The receipts today include f 11. 000 from custom*. The steamship Niagara, from I lost on for Liverpool to-day. (Wednesday.) carried out (71 1,500 in specie. Upwards of hall a million of thi.* sum went from tins city. The steamship Atlantic, from this p>rt lor Liverpool on Saturday, will take out a large amount of sjiecic, and tliere will also be a large shipment by the Africa from this port next wrek. The exchanges at the Clearing llon.se this morning were 118,2.11,6*1 39, and the balance* paid #.?U, 218 (Hi. Tlie steamship America, at Halifax from Liver pool, bring* thne day* later news from Europe. The financial intelligence l< interesting and Impor tant. In Hie lsmdon money market there ha<l been no Improvement- The pressure continued undi minished, and there was no diminution in the de mand. Several heavy failure* are reported. The cotton market was very dull, and a further dcrline in price*, to the extent of one half to three-quarter* of a |*nny a pound, is reported. Breadstuff* were lower and the markets Inactive. From the manti factoring districts nothing new I* given. They were t generally quiet. The closing quotation* for consols were R!?| a !H> per cent. The rate* of interest re j maincd without alteration. There can lie no perma ntwit relief to the Lmdon money market until most of the large borrowers are removed by failure. Thought improvement In consols is in consequence of this distrust and loss of coulldence in commercial paper. A similar state of thiuga exists here. For commercial purpose* money is scarcer here tlian ha* licen known for years, and it is likely to continue a<> for several months. In l.ondon it will be the same; and in the face of thl* we expect to see a steady ad vance in quotations for consols. The financial advices from England are not at all favorable. The Bank of Kngland ha* l>een compelled to issue note* beyond the point fixed by the Hank act, and it ha*, therefore, forfeited it* charter. In 1847. when an Order in Council, permittlnK the bank to pass the legal point, was made for the first time, the bank did not avail Itself of the privilege, and the charter was coasequently preserved without any special act of Parliament. Bat now a different *t?te of thin sexists. In 1817 there wan no financial, re- j vulsion and ilie necessities of the commercial classes ? were not no pressing as to le^uire tlie bunk to ac tually make the issue. The fact that the bunk had j the privilege of doing so from the government re stored confidence, and all difficulty at once disap peared. Now the rase u very different. A financial revulsion ha* spread over the wl*>le commercial [ world, and the financial aflaiix of ever y trading nation are seriottsly disturbed. Credit and confidence have, for the moment, dbapi>eared. and the hank or systems of thin country and Oreat Britain are all deranged and upon the point of being remodeled. Tim two great mo ivy centres of the world, London and Mew York, are struggling along uuder similar difficulties, produced by nimilar causes, and likely t o result in bimilur effects and con.se qur nces. The banks of each city are under a stato of suspension ; in eaeti Ike charter k forfeited by the sus|.cnsion; in each the suspension was the result of the same influences; iu each the law has been for the moment annulled, leaving it to the legislative powein to destroy or protect the different institutions In their operations. The Bank of England depends upon the favor of Parliament in retaining its char tered rights and privileges, and the banks of this city depend npon the support of the Legislature of the State of New York in retaining their charters and in avoiding the constitutional penalty for sus pending. In the investigations winch these legis lative bodies must institute regarding the sus pension of specie payments, it will be found that the same influences were at work both in New York Rnd London. Ilere the Anglo-American banking houses, in connection with many depositors among the mercantile classes, by a combined action forced our 1 tanks into susi>ension. In London the same re sult was produced by the joint stock banks, but in a more indirect way. The private bankers here made a simultaneous attack upon the banks by drawing largely for specie. In England the joint st<wk banks, by aiding and encouraging speculation, by favoring all sorts of enterprise, and extending credits upon all kinds of operations, produced a state of affairs in the money market which forced the Bank of England In raise its rate of interest rapidly from six to ten per cent, without eren by such stringent a^ts removing the difficulty. Notliing short of an Order in Council, allowing the b?nk to issue an unlimited amount of notes upon approved security, was the alternative, and to that thv bank was compelled to resort. Par liament will investigate the matter thoroughly, and the whole affair will lie presented in its projier light. Our Legislature should do the same. Rend for per sons and papers, and let us see if we have among us an antagonistic internal, which, in periods of distrust and cmbaiTusMU'iit, can step in. and in so short a time force our banking institutions into a suspen sion. The suspension of s]>ecic payments by the Bank of Entflam and the banks of this city is an event not dreamed of sixty days before it occurred. No one anticipated it, and the actual position of the ins' itulious themselves did not make it necessary, bnt a series of c reumstanres of the most extraordi nary character, as unforeseen as they were vioh-nt and formidable .n their operation, suddenly arose and swept away banks of undoubted strength uud solvency like so nnnch chaff. It is reported by telegraph from Halifax that the steamship America from Liverpool brings the intel ligence that the house of George I'eabody A Co.. of I>ondon, had been compelled to call upon the Hank of England for assistance, and that it had been promptly rendered to the extent of one million pounds sterling. This fact speaks volumes for the character and credit of the house. The policy of the Bank of England is to ren der aid where the financial difficulty and embarrass ment is solely the result of circumstances beyond the control of the party involved; and where the bank does grant the aid required, the financial world may take it for granted that the house concerned is : perfectly solvent, and sound at the core. The firm of 1 George Peabody A Co., of Ixtndon, la intimately eon I nected with American interval* and American finan cial and commercial affair* generally. It hat for many yean wielded an immense capital, and aided and encouraged all the moHt prominent enterpriaea of the day. Ita ramilicationa of bnainoaa hare been ao extended, and it ha* been ao intimately identified with American credit throughout Europe, that the financial rem Won which has swept oror thia conn try mnat have taxed ita inirnrnar iwourcaa fur th?? moment to their utmunt limit. In ruatuining the hou*oof (ieorgc Pealaaly A. Co. the Hunk of Kiiglaud waa well aware that it wa* auatawing vaat interrata on thia aide of the Atluntic, and the wimlmn of the act in therefore apparent. The liank of England ami

the great hanking houMB of Lood'Hi make up the Ouantial power of that money centre. Th?*ii inteieatw are identical, and there ifl therefore a mutual sup port in the application of the aggregate resources. Wc do not liaik now for the failure of any impor tant Anglo-American hanking houae of l/mdon. The poaitlon of the liauk of England guarariteea the continuance of the principal prhate hanker*, and thin remuvea all apprehension* of the panic heiug revived or apreiuliiig hy any diaaatrou* intelligence of that kind. The failure of the houae of ( Jeorge Peabody A Co.. of London, Mould ha\e been alimwt a national ca lamity, and the foresight of the manager* of the Rank of Knglaud never waa more clearly illustrated than by the protii|>t action in the matter and the liberal support tendered. In 1M7, whrn the three great houae* In l/nndnn connected with the American trade? Wild, W iggin and Wilaon -applied to the Bank of Kngland for relief, It wax at onne refnaed, and tlioee hounen immediately anapended. The manager* of the hank were well p<?rtcd in regard to the fin.in- I cial condition of the hiaiae* named, and extended no helping hand. The reault ahowed their MAgarity. The failurea proved ao bad that the creditor* got little or nothing for theft claim*. K3 H 7t>', H4i Pi ?) S' ?6 w, it % 64% a.l *3% ?2* 00 Ohio 6'-. .. M * 0 K) 6"? 16 yfa.. MJOO Mlaaoiiri 6 > . . . . inc*. Keati?< kjr ? a. . 30*hi K> Bprci lfti? w ?CMNYCa.'TS, <'Siat 1<*? MM X Y Can Kit ft a at MXJ Jf Y OB Mt 7 'a 4000 Cm ?ia. "71 1000 Hail Kit lit iul|? 1000 Goalies Mr t'H. . leroo 111 < *?> RR bd?. i'mo lie .">i mi T It A. AttCdmtg 1>( no M< Kfl|?'linH>?cb 12000 6s *|va Manlixttaa Kk ll? lo <\m Kx Hinb MJf ft M'UopoiiUu Rk. . W 4*> Market lioik #1 a Impta A Trda Kk . Oft lOOCautonCo 1*H ib.1 Cum < ? *1 Co 10', 60 do a3 lot, 100 l?l A; iluj CI 0fc. 10:, >, .10 do lOCifc M do 104 Si 2ft rem ( ">al Co.,,, fit',, 30 lac M?.l Hip Co.. ia .to *3 6*% 216 Rni City I Ami Co 4 % 200 'to b?0 4v, (4 N Y OeB KK . <>|>n "4 V Srtft do 7ft 100 <to opf 76', 100 (to (>PK 71 1P44 Frie RR 17 Rtarli Rirhnni*. Wwnmr, r?ee 2, IfcTiT MOahaHar Mtpr.bW ao ?? lvcaitme KK .<*> M ;xa? do... bao S<ai do <<oO do !?? ?lo i^o in Hi' fcOntRK.... M <to M do 66 do )o rantit.it KK 00 Mch S.A. Mi I KK 100 M m too a: ft 100 1M ?m, , do., 'lo. . do. . do 1.60 .lo. Mi tlickSkMa pt 60 ito... IN .to. 14a do 2ft "do Ml 111 Cen KK t?4 M> do all) Wt% 100 Clef #. l'iUa'( KR. lit i.aletia Ar Chi RR. 400 tie 1 A I'd RR 66 64 S 641, 65 64 MSi ?a ?a 5'? 2.1 n ti*. St at V 21 .-.I'.', 3ft \ mm :<a ;ift>i ?lo. llo. do. do. do. ? 10 ,a? .alO loo llKI '.?00 169 260 do. do. do. do. do. .&I0 ,.!>7 <t(U) alO 17^ 17 ?* Uii, 1?'6 ?t 'a 22 21 * 60 Mud Klvrr KR. N . _ 70 llarlom KR ai, 70 do n\ 100 do ?trOND ?tono Mtaaoiirt 6'a . . . 70 1?M K CkrallH . *7 MW 111 Cen RR lw . . 117 WOO T H A A!t2 tmtif fit >% nam 1*' a: Mm 1 'ti .tlx 20 27 ?ha I?el * H CI On 104', 60 do a30 104 H 30 do 104 H 2ftrMI?tni?hivfo.. 60 N Y On RR aao 74 2ft do .opf 74\ 10 do Me 76 100 do t>30 76 10 Krta Kailroa t . ... 17 M do . 17 H 400 do aOO W,1j 100 tta? ?MI 400 J17 Ml Chi A IVk k I KR.. loo do 10 do 10 dn.......^. 100 Mil *Mib* KK 1*90 :xn tat'r?"*eAiMiiKK loo do bio 226 do...,,.... 116 do ftO do alO 10 Sew .tor?ey RR . Vt C B A ijuui' ej' KK 14 ? 7*'. 43', 4-'1 '? 41 4?^ 43', 4a 7tf 7* 7I?, 7**, .V4 14 14 l.t\ ?S 13', 11* 03 BOA BP. 700 ?h? l!rte Railroad M0 Rcailt!-* Railnakd. M ??,, ,,,, ,,, 2ft MIrh Ho A V taRR 140 do 2ft WtrhHArMa prt^k llKi (irv A Tot RR k7 .*3 .*10 tfKi KiO do. do. do. do. d? ito ?16 100 I* Cro*?r 100 1'ananut RR lain SO Ilarl"Ui Railroad 17', ft.iV ft.f, ? '? 21 , iMt 43 V< 4IM 43H M 44 4-<\, 13% U 8AI.BH Of BONDS ANI? HTOCM AT AUCTION. fly A H ATtonfay $2,M*> Hlack IWver ami litica 7's Int adde?l 30 Z,i'?0 MU it auk to CHy 7 per ot into. of 1877. Jo. 58X ?5*? MM) Sacramento City 7 [wrd bds. of 1875. du. 62 ?t,i**j Ureal Wfs|/>rn(lll )HU 1st inor IO'h d.>.33>? A t* 1 ,610 AtUutic Mutual lua. Scrip of 1850. . ,,4 78 OoO <lo d* 1847. 08J? 20 fcluu-H KxcuUior Fire Iusurauce Co 100 86 do La C'rotuo & Milwuuluo Kit 13 Also llii> followiug business notes of haud:~ Beuie,Melick&DewiU,at4m.ldue July 12, '5T. $701 14 10 <i(> do 17, '47.1 ,()I7 46 . li> do do AtOOdafra, dooJuoo 18r't7. 5?o47..lu_ By H. Mullrr. 20 shares leather Maaulartiirers' llank 122 VI) do. Tra4MMM% task Urt !<o do. Bremen's ln.uira.iro Co 140 30 do. Metropolitan kirn Insurance $S ** 60 dn. tirocers' Urn Imiuranrr l)o lt>4\ : 100 do. Arctic Fire Insurance (!o ?? Ul MX) do. American k For. Iron Pavement Co. p. s. 2'i Hy K. II l.u.tJtiw J llo. $2,000 Cleveland and Toledo ",'n bit added 64 fr,000 Terra llauw and Alton 8's do. 61 /<y S lt*a\wr *1 ,000 Galena And Chicago 7*8 Int. added 90 j $0,000 California 7's do. 64 a 64* ' f'i.OOO Milwaukie and Beloit 8-'s do. 20 $2,000 Missouri 6's do. 77 Hi ' co shares l'heuix lfcuik 04 j It) do. Bunk of New York ?4>?a944? 20 do. Kxcrl&tor Fire Insurance Co ft# .4 I vi do. Grocers' h ire Insurance Co. 102 150 do. N icuragua Transit Co. $2 10 do. Commonwealth llank 80 KEW lOHK CATTLK MARKET. Wku.vk^tuy, IJac. 2, 1857. The current prices for tho week at all the uuukvU aro j n>i rollowh HKKV CkTTI*. First quality.. $10 75 a 11 00 Omtmoa $0 60 a 10 00 i OnUW] 10 00 a 10 60 Iufertor 7 60 a 9 00 i IX>WM AJ4U CAIVKB. j First quality .. 60 00 a 60 00 Common. 40 00 A 46 00 ? Ordinary 50 00 a 65 00 Inferior.,,.,, 26 00 a 36 00 VBAL CALV Ka Extra quality.... 6>i'c. a 7c. Otlier qualities 4}?c. a 6c. SIlKfcl' AHU UM1B. First quality . . 4 00 a 6 60 Other qualities 3 00 a 4 00 NWIMI. First quality,. 6*{c. a 6\c. Other qualities 6c. A 6>fc. BKKK CATTLE. We saw no evidence of auy improvement in the market thin week; but, In some respects, it wan much |s>orer than laat week. 1 bore were ratlior more good cattle on sale, but us the cvMiuid was very moderate, they failed to brine any mere than the bent ligures quoted last week, in j fact, we heard of no Kales ut over 11c., but some pursistud in saying that >a)cs were nude at higher rates. That story" was told, liowevr r, by buyers, who always think, or pretend to, that the} are paying from to l,l,c. more for bee! than they rtmlly do pay. There wero sales to-risy at 7>,i , an l very many at Irom He,. to Uc. The average qusldy of the offerings w*s much the same an last week, uolwtllihlaud.'jg there wen* more good cattle on sale on at co<uil ol' the inci ease lit the receipt*, and the cou^equt-nt lacrt use of poor cattle New York was repre M uU'ii by ab?jut two thirds ot the supply at Allertoo's, lb tceu hundred und fli'tcou head bavuig be. 11 seut iu troni ibis Male, very many of which were old, tough looking creatures, witii but very little fat to hble tbmr bonos. It ?a? Hiought that quite a nuniber would l>? lelt over un bold, but an the market ? a.~ more uitire during the after no?i), vu presume the supply wils ezhausUMl. The yards In the morning were very niuitiy, and butchers were unty in making their appi aimnco, owing partly to th? late polit'ioal battle. The contest was quite I'reely discussed, e-pe< mil) dm mg lb" early part ol 'lie day wheu busianM was very dull. A*>out 260 be, el of cattle elutngi ?! bands at Berg? u Dill on Monday at from 7K< to Mo. At all tlte yards 111 this city the market ia represauted as ha v tug been extremely dull duriug the whole week COWS AND CALV KH. TJie receipts sre gradually decreasing, but are fully equal to the demand, whie.h ronluiuex moderate for all der-criptions. Flrhtrlaai cows sell a little more readily, at pi >een ranging from $60 to $06, and iu some OH'W higher prices are obtained. vkal calvks. Tlie receipts buve been considerably lighter during the pa*l few Weeks, but the demand being moderate prions have not advanced, 7 cunts being about the top of thu market, w :th a few sales making occasionally at 7>,c. HRKItr AND I. A MBS. The market has Ilurtuated to a considerable extent di ring tin past week, In <?< n-equence of the light receipts Of two ?* three day s, as likewise the heavy reeflpts of last week. SNMdays prl<v* have range.) higher, and s.'ine days l"wer lb aii our quotations of l?.it week, hut the sale* of to day Cloned at aUiut the ratea that aer? ob tained l?-t week Tlie market was poorer aupplied, and \ ery good lambs w ere s.arceand w anted, alt bough the demand in the morning was very moderate. Th" quality of the lieat atto-?p aud lalllbn W u<H been very extra tbw season, and taking an auuierage the quality has been quite poor , there having been brought In so many poor old sheep, which were loo old to be of auy prollt much longer, and were hurried oil to market for fear that they , might die ou then own- r?' li?u>U during the o>ming 1 w iBler. HWIKS. The receipts of swine in this city during the past week j have been enormous, Mimt day n there have arrived by ; the Krle and otlier railroads aa many aa 1 ,20U u> t,MS>, and price* have rece<led l4c teconaeMMWe The supply at Mlerton's wua uut so very large, but as there are s<? many in the city aud they arc arriving so fust, prices will in all probability decline still more. Tlie number on sain at Allerlou's wan S.061 bead, most of which sold at froul I" ' .V for corn led. Mtill hngn are in small supply ?uecArm'LATiON. Thetidal recei|>ts of all stock At All the yar?ls for the week were as follows:? (Viet and t'eat Sh'-p'ind flrmrg. CitltrJ. Calrrt. Lamia. Allertoa's 2.JI37 ? 221 I Browning's........... 75 10 11 2,270 ( hamberiin's ........ . 2n7 (Wt 77 3, .'187 110 14 00 ? Total 2,706 137 300 7,616 Total last week 2,66# 123 278 12.657 Total since. Ian. 1... 141, 7V6 12,4X4 32.7U5 4J| ,uau KK'KIITS BY MiW VOKB AMI KKIK It AM. Un At). Tlie following 1* the repo.l of lire sto* k brouKhl over thia road, destined for New York, for the week ending this morning ? Cattle, head 070 Calve*.. 83 .?-beep 1,:V40 11.312 Total 13,734 CITY COMMKHt IAL KB PORT* Wri'VWDIT, l? r a ? ? P. M. ArMiiei. ? (nUpm of 50 barrel* |*H* were made at 7c. | IVarlx were quiet nt ?i,o. HHBAH*rvr>* ? Hour ? The market, under lh? Influcnoo ' III (III' foreign low* li) (III) Alll' llttt, combined Willi It i.r>x>|Mi | of |u :r<>Mc<l rec"lp1* and u limit>"l demand, wa* In n\y, arid eloeod nt it further decllnn of about 10c. |mt bairel. The Mlm were confined to almnt O.'iOO a 7 'MJ9 , barrel*, within the range of tho following quotations : ? iNyrtii* Mate H a 4 90 Kura (Hate 4 W a 6 10 | Weirtcrn atifl Ohio *tipcrftnn. . . . . I (6 t i W i ? ir.i i 'I and ttmlfni It "0 a .*i 75 Canadian auperfliM and extra 4 !'i ? 4 ft Italtituore, Alexandria and Georgetown 6 10 a & 36 r-otithern lanry and extra 5 to a " (?i t h?*r extra family and baker*' brau<ls I Tit* M tiff flour 1 4o * 4 35 ; Cbrn ??I........ ?' -0 a .'i 70 Canadian Hour wa ? al*o heavy and lower. while the sale* I embraced about 300 a 400 barrels atth" i'uk i i.itmoa. Sraitbern l.ran'l* were in moderate re.(m??t, but dull and j low i r with eale* oi mlmut *00 laarreU? at the aNive tt?ur<?. Kye flour waa easier. with *ale* ?>i ttJO a .oi) !>ari vie at quotation*. Corn m<*al ww t)rm at our figure*, while aupplieM wi -re light and *alea lituiU-d Wkrat ? The uurket wan b"avy an ! |>r ;??<?? iin.-- ttli il The *alcj 'mora. < I i'm n ?? mm * lo.ooo l>iie beta, included in whk h wre red Tmmmo* at $1 Ml. ?li.h -Umtbern at $1 Jta9l 4o and Utilwankio . lull ?t |l l.rr,- II.. ..I U..*|. ri. I I. nall'l?d S*ic.. * U K- aaie* of about lO.OuO a 12.000 bm-hela, Inelud ing mixed Anthem, new .tnd old yellow, were made at fcor a Mr. from More and deliTered . new Southern 'to at 7 Ac. a 7*f , and Jer*ey now at It* a *..V Kye ? ?*!???? ot it. ui 2..'iOO bil*heix MMtal Wer? tuadeal 7%;. MMMli lialrey wa* at 70r a *?? and barley malt at i??r a ^"?c "at? ? The market wa* dull, with small eaten of Statu at 4ft< a 4sc. a 5o> Cnmft. ? Hate* of 400 mat* of .lava were ma le at lfi',r. a 10c.. four mouth*. W'tb :;o0 Kio at t>?e. alb' . and ?J.KI't i!o do were wild by rim turn Ion urii'le*. it*-, a 10 S*"-, average U.SSc. , *ui?taining pr? ?mu? price? iirrtm ? The tore'gn new* nn-wtttr.l ?r?<1 .li |.re. -e?! th? market, and aa dealer* ware di?j -??.l to await tUe r?i I'lpt ol the Anierica'i tMUla. tio aalea of niiimcnl wee i< i?orted. KHMcrrw ? IUt? ? were um hanK' d, wh le <'nr?t<<'m"til4 wrre Ipht T? IJfrrpiail about .>.ta*? barrr!* tlour wnro MM part to Ull up. at l< M a l< Vd. (rain waa no mtnai at M. . and eo?<w at 5 3'id To london about Itw tier<"ea tx-< I were ri |t*g. d ?t 4? 4-1 , and !,&?*) barTeU lb ur. to Ull up. at i?. hate* hi tbf Cont.iieul weru iimi live and iiIh banged. Kteit ? About boo qumtala of dry cod were mid at I.I iS a>. :t7 S Mai keri l were more a< tiT?. The n^lue?| r iii b.i? m ii ' ? ikhl In purrhaaer*, aalee witbin a ilay or t*o bare eliibran d alxiut 1 ,J00 barrel* la.-g< Li; ?etl- No 1 at %\> a S7 . an t gnu a 3?*? No ado. at a No 3 Wi re ?inlet Halifax berr.ng weri' in K^x^d uemaud, with *alea of ^ta) a .H?> l?rr?u at ? . a I AO. Mat ? Nile* of ?ome 1 .ftw a 2.ouo bab-, w?N made for ? abipp n? at h6r a ffte Hoi*- were Mi . with \igh? sale* tv w <-rop it Ac a ar Lixr ?Tte market waa rtea.lv, wuh moderale *alea nf i T:.*klard at H.'>e for common, aim at 91 f??r lump, and 7 <A) I bbla. mmmon were mild, deliverable in Newark , at MotAwta ? Hab * of A bh I* and -JH Merry Oitwt f?a> I va<io wert- m<?de at .Or a u4e . atioot ltv Mi l* do , part at 3lc. and the remainder at p I , and a *maH lot f'urto Kin at 'it*'. , ?iiil 10 hbd*. do at 'JUr , 4 niontb.". Saui PpiriU turpentine aere in fair demand, with aab* ol ab?it)t I'Ott bbla at 4.1c.. r?ah. common r<*nin aaa^n la.r ri-que-t. with ?al<? of 1 .1**1 bbl* at >1 ,;S |x>r did lb dellvri .d. cru le *t' nomiaal, and other dea< rip turn* without change of moment tut* ?Mt -? el wa* in Iw'tti r demand at the present v>w raiiKe of t>rice*, and the sale* embra- ed about IS <100 a gallottr American lm*eed at ikic aUc. A New Bed lord paper of the uoth ull ha* the following notice regard Ing the movement* m that market the (irevtoua week ? . Tr.r market bax been rery nnlet xiriee our laat , and tV> oolj tran-ao IM i* a *ale ol aUiut 75 bbla. sperm at 91 per galinn. at which price holdera are firm l noxi.-i >!?* _Vork? The market wa* quite dull aiul*alea rrn rtnt i| to about 200 a .'100 bbl* . Including r w ital old me?? at tin. With a IM uader wet^bt at ?1T Ml, and prime at $1?, and *<me under weight at a lea* flgura clear mesa waa at ?19, and thin do 9IA 7ft IV< r wwt In gwd mpplj and heavy, with *ale* of about 12* bhl* , in Tula, at Wi 7ft a t 4 7ft for country prime, and H tii * fil# for me?a do . 911 50 a $13 26 for repacked Western, acvl at $14 a 914 7ft for extra do plain and uttra me** range<l from 913 2ft a 914 50. prime mi*? waa nominal at 02<> a 9-.i llacon waa dull, with small ar.iea ot H eatern 'tiftked at tl Sr * H\c. Cut meals conunoed heavy, with amail sale* of rf^.uliler* at 7 HC. a *?., aad of hairo> at O'.c ? inuo lard wa? hea^ y . with *ale< of IrtO % bhU at 10c a 10SC. Preaaed hog* were at Ar a Oc Butter waa in moil?r*te requ^t, at 13c a 17c for <>hio, aalat 1 Uc. a 20c. let ?*t>- ? M a'. 9c PriiA**. ? Tli* rnarkot wtw without change of i in price* , white aalea embrane*1 %bo?if W) hMa Out* luuMXivadu MiUiiii the range of fi\c. aftl^e Vra The naif held to day went off heavily, (-aporiaJly lor the lower grade*, while aoveral lot* were withdraws. TUu market wiUi the trade woe flat utii trauaacitoM and* rule. Wiidokt ? The market iru oaaior, with Rains of I Uti hhU. at Yi%r? niNCKUAKBOra. ?*H? lkdhkk is out The Udfr la nut. The Keener la out. The Ladgrr U out. The I.?dger la out. Sohl evury where ll(is.s * TOUM&Y. Agaatt 30 PAYS MINCER T1IK UKKAT SAl.K AT OAK it ALL. STILL r.RKATHR R*nir<TK>?M. roa TIIIBTT DAVJ OML*. AT OAK HALL. Nna Hi and MB Kullon utreet. Over a quarter of a million dollnna worth ?f I'SMIC ANI) P ANHION A BLK (IAHMANTX Ki)? MM AND BUYi Muxl be mil l ai ?? greal aaertllM no wnoi.rsai.c or kkt*ii, nan.* cu orraa SOCH GREAT INDUCEMKNT8. I'-iint' au?l wfl Don't buy until rou calL Open until 9 F M. TIIKO. R. n. anngQO*. Zft -DOUBLE 8-">LE WATER PROO? O r.UU. btiM, n>)? rMdf it JUk HI', U Au altml, i the Mu?cm. APROPTTARLK INVESTMENT It Ml evrrvbndT'a interna luat now to r iimult rronnmy. Ilonaekeeper* ean <l?i re by making llielr purcliaaeaof fflaKi, gxa II (tu re* tod Htlvrr plated war* of DAII.KY .t CO.. fi.11 *n.l?tl l!r??.lw?) K<>p pru<>r of tklaeonaiill llw? prf?*w. M shown lu their front wlndotv*. aa well a.i ihc following lut:? Willi.- china dinner aeN, 1i9 jiW't iHt M < lilt hand china dinner acta. 14H piece* . 42 W Whl'e chltia tea acta. tt pireoa ) 9t White < bin* a<Htp loureeii* . 191 Whim rbimi covered vegetable diahea # T* < ft ill bnllii ebiu* (hh m-ih, <W pieces 6 <"? fancy and gilt china Ira art*. it pltCM It OS ai.i. or THIMK Arr full thirty per rent under the usual price*. THK LKDOKR 18 OCT Th-' Ledger I* out. The Ledger is out The Ledger Is out. Tlie ledger U Out Hold everywhere. ROSS A TOUSEY, Agenl* Enormous reduction por cash OUR UNRIVALLED STOt'K OK KINK CIIINA 0? N Kit SKI'S TIC A SETS. TOILET RETS. i'AKIAN HKM.VZK.-i. CLOCKS. CIIANDEI.1KKN. PLATED W A It It A ND CUTLKRT. Musi poaitlicly he reduced one ball, and we *re tbererncv iiilericc our (.'oods fi r ca*h at prlcea lower than they hare o?ar beeu itoid m tiie L'tii.ed Ma tea k r. HAriimoTJT * ro.. Corner <>f Iti >wlw iuni Urooiue alreM. Handsome CAhroK hkavkr k \<jlans kok >is - imiml j>riee, HD ?ray beaver raxluoH. fT>. usunl orto* yli. bl.u-k lr?iCk c...?ta $11), iimi*I |irb ? $13; lull dreaa fr?<d( $lii. iwual price $m i aui.. and veau< al coat i'LARKK, 111) William aire.*. The ledoer is out. The Ledger la out. 1 he ledger la out. Tae l<"i(f> r li out. Till I.edger la oui. K^ld every n here ROSS A TOHSRT, Agent*. IMPORTER.-' PTO?'K OF NECK TIES AT RETAlU? I 111*, k Hlei fain V Milk lie-. - Klouud, I'm' , Twice around. 50c , usual rt-uiil prieea, 75c. mad SI Ml Napoleon flea, aliK'ka unit a?-arfa eu'iallj low SMITH A UltofWKK, m Vex-/ atreet, up autrfc Rich and costly fancy uoodh On Mondar. December "th lintant FKANC1R TOMK8 A SONS, No (i Maiden Urn Will ' 'tr?r to (he pnblie. AT ORKATI.Y RRDUCND I'RKTKM, The whole ol ibeir immense mock oi f AN' Y noolM i/IM iir. aeul a^aJK ii'a Imiioriallnti AT WHOLK>ALK AND KKTAII,. H>R CASH. 1111 K I.KDOKIt IS OUT Th- Ledger 1* out The liedger la out The Ledger la out. The Ledger I* Out. Hold ev. rywhei e H' i. -i.i A TOUSEY. Agei iawm JUTD DUIH Hantwl Gaktiv ? finny ?Id Brooklyn. o? Friday, Nov 13, lif lite Ke\ Mr. Col, Auuikt ti. Ganr?N,to -Sikah lianr, ail of Brookl) u Brookl) n patier:' plra.se copy. TO 1HI MlliTlHI Of TH* .NKW YORK UKRALD. D*ar Air ? I notvceii antoug your I tat of marna^na UiU morning mr name aa having bren married bjr the Rot Mr. Weacot't to one France* K. i.otty, of tlua city. You will do me tli? juetice to atuiouuce lu your ue&l imuu iUjA no auch marrtag. ha? taken place, and that the *ame Iim beeu itmerted tnaliccou.il) . and Willi inU-iit to injuru Uta |>arlle? concerned. ? Y'"trs reapectfully . Hksry liaouu. Saw York, In c. 2, 1467. mmu ( Batw ? At (h>> Military Bmrw.llttf IVrt Tow mend, ? Puget'* Mound, Waahuitfton icmturv on Thur-day, <?>*. I, CiinmlllMU, wlh of Ijeut. I'ranria H Rate*, 1.41 Infantry, 1'nilrd .-utm army, and daughter nf 1'etor M. ?waine of tliia city, aged 21 >- a r? and U mouth*. line l on paper* J'lraff rimy lixrib In tin- < it j . ou Tueaday, IV*: 1, J ohm Bum, ia tin- 69th year of bin age The relative* ai.it mend' of the family, and *l*o Um m< inbera of Bedford firtri M K. church, aru rinpec* (ully Invited to atfi ad the fnneritl, tht? aft<-rn<v>u, U dim o'clock, from Inn late rnMwic*, No 17 Bedford ilrf?t. CijtKiiT - In Brooklyn, (K l> ,) on Wcdne lay morning, |ie< -i,J ?*w ft a*kt, JUi-nceot iho I'eace, Fourth distrto*. aii' d 34 year* and 7 tuouth*. The friend* and acquaint wire* of thn family, an t thoa* of In* brother*, Hu*h. John aad franca, of hii lather in law, John rv>n*rny,and Mhrnttnr n law, Thorn*.' Wallace, aro rceiM-ctfull) invited to attend his funeral, to morrow morn ing. at II o'clock, Droa his late rualdeuce. No 20 South Hwoad atrwt, Brooklyn H: l> Hi- remain* will tie tafcaa loM. |vt?-r - anil St. I'aul - rlmrrh, where a aulwan rw quieni tnasa will he crlchrat d, immediately after which the funeral will take place CaaiTiiua*.? At Tarrjtown, N Y , on Monday. Not .90, Ruiuku fl., > ounfi'Mt son of !)r. Horaua Car u then, aged 4 yi ?r? and H month* Sa\unuali paper* pleaea ropy. Una*.? Al Kltialatb, N J , ooTM4if,N 1, .Iamm If , mn of Jam*-* II mid Adrianne J Chat*, a^od U yeara, 0 month* and t) days. The relative# and friend* of the family ar? nvtted to at tend the funeral, thu aiti-rmxm, jlI four o'clock, from tba feetdetx e ,4 hi- 1 athar, without further lavitolMi Dtan a ? At Ban '.-lone (Eepaitne). le Nevembre 13, feaar Ixif l>li?a I'Ukinno l?o?K>ant , da !"ierto Kico, ft lage de Wi aua UuaaLfatoa.? On Mnhy, Nor. 90, *u<idenly, of i-oogaa t;.u nt the lung*, Jauai liniuww, of thi* city, la th? DM year of bi- aye. Th" r*latne* and friend* of the family are reapecUully ttiv:tiM to attend hu? funeral, thi? artM'tii? , at noa o'clock, from hw late reeideu'T, No. #7 Mourou Htrnei, m ithout further not* #. tloeiaK. -tin Thud Jay eveuinit, Twi'Jth tuonlh lit, aad dcnly, nf d -.a*i of {he heart, Juiut ILanaa, aged 04 yean aa?l -4 day. Hut fn> rid* and tb<iae ol hi* family we reapectfully ta * ie<I to atieu'i bit funeral, ah Kdth day ? thin ) luoruiaa, al bine ni !mk, from ht lat> re-idenre, Vo l'i aTen'iet;, witb<'iit furth'-r tnviUH- u TUv reina.iLi will be Ulua ta liiunaroi eck for intt rment Hot .?ma* ?At lour o'ekwk, r>n W*<tiM?<lay afternooa. Per S . liUAt Hot of HuUea blaad, In the Ud year Of btt t*e. The Irieti'la and ae^ua ntaurea of the family are r>~<paei fully ioTit<? tn attend hw tunera: . this aitertiooa.ai 'wu ? clot k. from tb? Mor.it ua < huitb. Motile. AiabaUiu pap< r- ( leaee r ft ? <?tl W fin. -dm !>??. I M??T lXK!?4, '*lf daughter oi J. I.. R and Mwlanna Jenny*, aged 7 year* and i& day*. The friends ami reUtitrxe of the Tamily are rnapertfallr Invited U attend l?er funer J. t.'n- MWrnonai, *t iwe #'rk?k, IftMl th? r> < 'i <4 fcer inrent-. No jio w?t Twenty ond -trert ? itln nt further m\ tUiioa. Her re main- Will h? Liken t?> t?reettwn< ,L Vitti" ? "ti Wi-dto-eday , l>ec. a, Jtms Mtua, Jr , ta tba fi7th yeer <?! hn age The friend* aim *< n nam tine* a f the family are reape* fully intr.ted to atti uo but 1'int ral, to morrow iuorai-ig,aa tea o'thick, from ba lalt rcaid uce,No mie. M<MraR*o? . ymii io alOaat itauahter of Cluartaa an 'i tfttheriue McM< men -y, aged >>-ar- and S mm lb* The friend* aud ag^uiUutam e- >if the fiittnly, ao'l tbma of her utu le?. John ai ?! I'bilip K?'ll> , are tartled to at lend thi ut rn.l, tlil? ?n< rn<? n, al three o'cU^.k, f-vm No. IMi firand ?tr' et . W llUam* t< i'? Pmp? -in Wedne Ktaf. !???? ]. after a abort at <l *erera lllr . . Immii V I'liT*. in the jWb year of ha 14 ? The relative* and t rtenda of the fiiraily . and Ui" ro*m bet- < i Tan niHtij Hucirtf or t'oiumbian Ord' ', are raa frrtfullj invited ta attetid It's fuaeral, wttho^i' further in vitatiob. to tnoi f j?r alferi.ooa. ai thr- e aNclock, from hM late r- o, dei.ee, No. 114 l-wil Twrnt) Oral taeel. uear pen nd avenue Haittni -O'4 Tuesday, 0*< 1, of roti*Bn?f)tloa, Mra. Mattiiaitrr A. Kmtfr, tt* ibe ll#t year of ber >*? Tlie relativ ae and ftt> U<J? o( Uie family a*? f-[-ertfally Invited to attend her f *i fat, tbi* a!lerie*>e atwourlouk, from her l*le residence, No MOHoutb .'?ei ud atreet. W1 liatu-httr|. Htttsan ? !"udden!y, on Wrdr- 'ay, '^rc t, M**t, daughter of Michael ?nd Man Hign, ag.'d 5 year*, f month# and ti naya Tha mrnda of ifie fknll/ are re?p< a;iy inrtwl to at tend Ut' r funeral, thi*1 * ti ra*'ii af ot *j clock, from th* ta C K e Of h*r t*r. ?:?. No. I7t- Kaat rhi.ty fottrth ^reet Sttarriiap ? "ri Tne?rtay even g, Dec. 1, 0?>>i 0. fanrnho, M lie M?h t. arofhi- age. Tlie RMh40 a.nl retailor <rf the taai:ly are mm id to al lf?sd hi* *ii -?eraJ , tomorrow after-icon, al tn? t>viock, from hi* 'ale reaidaadO, No 171 Atvilt atraet, Bt-??kl)a. Kan- -j" N't bratka aad Mh our ^aiera j.,eaae copv. Miawa ? ' l'? M??o.'<f, !*or. :ta very attddenlr, o< du>eait of the- haarC .N athvlmbi. *, Striaw^ a?;iU 44 yoara 1 br fr? a^* art' relatlvea of tl?? family are feapet tfully inrtte<l to aMeud ba IMbiibI, Uo* day at tw*tve o'clock, fn di hi* iaU- reswore at ( ^rcss H.lla, I,. I The Inag Uliutl Ri ' uad can leave lb.- '??+ W Ulantio *tr?at, Bnx k ^ii at ten o i lork. talniuing at 'Juea. aad -t ' t > i r? * avtaue dei-H, otjji a few roOi fiom ua lata teat wit iwas ?On Welrt-ilaymorti'ni.Ow. 3,R?jt?ci t. TT-tilMt- , In the Wd vear of b a |ge The friend* of the family are respectfully iavttod to ai tetiu hiafuneral.to?korr< ? altorn wtt. at two o oijck f n? In* father'* residence No. 1 Vl l*iwr*uce s treat. Brooklyn, ? ithout farther jivttatiim. P"Cbe?ter I'tica pa<x-rs plearo copy, Wtunw ?The funera! >t Ihc 'ate Mr?. Matttjh will take niace th ? afiertpon, at one a'?lo.k, fram lb<? re. *i-lfaci of h r brother m law. H lu >?er. So 100 I Tw?at> fCfm i treet fletat --e^ a?il fr leftA* ar? rM M-Vud I toatU'Rvl wUiUttttwiiUk'