Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 17, 1861, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 17, 1861 Page 2
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NEW YORK STATE VOLUNTEERS. Appointment*, Promotions and Rests nutiinx. ** OKNKRAl, 6KDKU?NO. 110. Cksf.kal IN.ao;i *KTKKf, St.,* or Nkw York, > Adj. liE tKAL'N Oirm, Akianv, Nov. 11,1801. J Tho Mlowiug promotions aud appointments liavo beon ma I* by the c.ove.nor, in the Now York Sl.ite Volunteer regiments, siuco the publication of Gouernl Orders No. 102, of September 21,1861:? riRw liKciMinrr. l.ieutonarit Colonel Uariot Dyckman to bo Colonel Sep tember JO, 1861, vice William H. Allan, <1 i^m Siud. Mi^Jor J. Frederick Pie son to bo lieutenant Colouel, September 10, 1861, vlee (larret Itye man, promoted. taptaiu James T. Caucoy lo bo Major, September 10, 1861, vice J. Frederick l'iojs?n, p.oniol <1. Lioute ant CiiarlcH F. Inporso I to be Captain, Septem ber 10,1861, vice J. T. C aucy, promoted. Liet.t unlit Cli. istian T. Ciiristeusui to be Captain, No vombor 6, 1861, vice (>. i'. Ji. itailing, re.-iignod. I nsign John C. Hurt n to be l ie lU nuui. Ssptambof 10, 1861, vice K. Ihgersoll, promotoil. Kusign Alfrod I edburg to bo Lieutenant, Noveinbor 5, 1801 > c ? . i. h ml. iumjh, promoted. "*!l)i?rle? ti. T.lliu. wood to be Ensign, November 10, 1861, vicc J. C. Hon u, promoted. KOONIi KKOIMKNT. Enalgu William MeFe.t.ru 10 bu Lieutonmit, November 8,1801, vice 1 bum..* (> Brien, resign^.. Charles H. Oils to be Eusigu, July 26, 1861, vice Wil liam il. Pilt, r.isi>;iiud. Nirneaiit lA.nal i.illie* to be Ensign, November 3.1861, vice Witiiam Mcreetcfs, promoted. 1UKU KCUIMEMT. Fjisijju Ale\ander Maun to bo Lieutenant, Septembur 14, 1861, vice Krvi.. A. jo.ies, promoted. Ljwi* A. Kolily t bo Ensign, October 29, 1861, vice Leon 11. Ballard, r s gnud. George w. War. a n be Ensign, October 23,1861. vie* George Van Vecbteu, retigiiid. FIFTH RKd'MFXT. Sergeant Krwin G. Fowler lo be Uouteuant, September 8,1801, vice Jac b i.urjeo, promoted. Lieutenant J. s* h H. Bradley to be Captain, September 24, 1861, vice Jacob i-utyea, resigned. t 8UIM KK(.1MK.NT. William Newby, ruap|H>iniud Major, November 4,1861. Ilonry C. Palmer to be Ensign, November 8, 1861, vice C. Krabl, resigned. TlNTil RC.IIUKVT. Pfivalo Thomas MieUuit, t?. be Captain, October 23, 1861,vice M tl. I c. nman, re^nod. Sergeant deptitms U'livrvFn to bo Lieut ( a it, October J, lbOl, vice K. A. iir? wn, resigned. - 1i"Vi " T"u!"'is " m"SHi: ?** I" Memo iant, October 4, 18lil, vice Kuiu a sw.> ill, return'" Frank IV .Mine i ? i?-i., n.onaui,j t nib. j 13,1861. Vice Louis S> lioJIue., d* < lined. Sergeant I eoiui' M. He un to bo Ensign, October 4, 1861, vice ih rti Uf ' . )J?t. fc. :o3S} fu (fti< f ? ?Y.,t' 1 "UJ b" 1 , h^M' Novi mber 1,1 -.61, v.ce L. A. WUcox, disi J.u god. K..h, Itvm RKfJIMKNT. MMor Chai-'eP'l. |. r t., bo Colonel, August 15, 1861, vice N. 1. 1 a i.h.im, .teceaso i Spei.eer II M.ti!. I i bo l.io itenant Colonel, October l,lntil, vice J. i .eKi;T. r. s gne.i. ClhnS<i*>,W l"''? 0.1861, vice Joi?bA.VnS!,'.::;^ E0Bign' Otl0bw vi?e ;}?:e F-u,i?u'oct"bfli 29.1861, Vic T ? ' U KKUIMEKT. Ceorgo W. Snyde i b i (\.|o;iel, So tc-nber 25 tsfti ment )rU '' n'*^rh'1', rrti^oed. (l<e. |iuo. the anoint.' 18il?^Joir^^lw1:Z..tW b0 M^r- ^'^22, Octobjr 21 ? lm-vie< c"pum' ?Se,,l",u,H'r?.l8#l ' '&?'??" 1? Cnptttl?- ^'"iber , iboi, \ it o ( ? ? \\, < transforriv 0 j' iuViT""111 I' CuUibe 111 bo Capl iiu October 22. 1801, vice H^nrs A. f^atuum, promoti t( oiKi??,illb "",8|J .',ha i i it. So;,temb< r 41, lttol, vice J. Abbot ,r 'S.ijin&d. Stephen A. lj*tes t ? b ? 1,'euten.uit, September 21 1801 vice John II. .b.h s . .wigno'. ' 1 l'orter R. A ger to be Lioulo.iant, September 21, 1S61 vice Ira WihkI, prom. te l. ! Tli.imns O .IT" ey 10 bo Lieutenant, &?pt mber 21, 1801 Vlco George Truesdell, o.-om .ted. 1 it1 ?'rA' V'k" lo b' Weulenaiit, Ort.^r 22. lool, vice H. K. C bin 11 , promoted. T. jfsbm, pl-omonJ:6 Sc,'U,mbw Alliort'm? Wib' :"'"rbslgne,l! nSi*n' 0ctobw 20 1SC1 ^ Edward teikes pnm"^ *?*?>******, 1M1. vice i i.ntri.;t:vTH rkuihcxi'. ?SmK V: oKAM:? 10 bC ^ Member 8,1861. John O. October 3, 1861, vice '<> (Irh'R.YTii RFCIfMICyr. Sergeant Major < u h rimw It. M -rvinc to be Lieutenant September 24 l,t,l, vice L. W. lira.U.-y, reined ' MrnuNTIl KK'IIIIKNT. CIM%0%^?Zb' "*>'*>****"* M.IMl, vice JameHj.'^ley^'im^^ 2,1861, vice October 19, i^.U b ) October Vj 18ol, v ico .b 8 j?b ?H?d, ,'r,, )<rotiioted. 1 Vic?V^i.7R:\Lu.!^li:a^^i'tt',,tt"t'0c,ober**? vice U.'? doclined.'8"'eDan 1' ^tobor 23,1861, T^KbiyVpromoSJT b? Eum?d- 0ctub?r 19,1361, HixTgtvTn noimi\T. ? ?ry.W- P*v'?s l" bi*Quarte iunoter,October 25,1861 vice Arthur lie Wmt, retige d. ' ' i','"V,",1'' Wal 11"* l" be Ensign, September 20,1801, vice It. 1. W iison, promoted. ravumsm uimmirr. Cuptain N. II. Ilirtram to b Ma,ur October ft in/si vice ( Uarle* A. Jolmson, premoU-d ' f M' 1S6I> be Captain October <>a 1861, v ico James Tyroli, renfgned. ' ' i 1 well to bo Captain, October 25, lboi, \ ice >. I . Rirnam,promoted. (' M:,bk'' Lieutenint, October 24. lbol.MceJ. o. Mtrtin, promoted ?>ohl' Bu'leigli lo be Lieutenant, Octolier 2J 1881, vice L ther Caldwell, promoted. ' Kusign a. M Wiuiley to be Li.Httenant, November 2 1801. vice II. A. r?u'lley, ros.gne l. t, Private James H. Clirmtie. to b.. Tnsign, October la ' 1861, vice K. P. Pellet, resigned. ' J' 1 Uv.ng.wn to be Ensign, (Jcti ber 24,1861, vice L. C. Main ?, promoted. * Orrin M. Fitch to be Knsign,November 1,1861 vico John Burloigb, p omoted. ' l? Ensi?n, November 2,1861, vico A. M. Wualey; promoted. BGHTMinH K UJIMKNT. Ixaai: S. (ireen to be Lieutenant, September 30 1861 vieeJatnegJL Morgan,resigned. ' ' , ? HI 'STOlTII KSfllMEITT. . ,L0;1li0 10 ,U! Lieut dant Colonel fW tember ^8.1861, vico i larenc ? A. Seward, r.-itfiieii 18611,^ Vj !m.,ri'l' l^llTart i,3Jor, September 28. i^>uj , \ if o .i.ii.it n j j. firomoted. Lleutetiatit Jehu Wail to lie Cantaln Santemhor oa 1861. vico. barles H. Stewart, promoted.' Pbf 28' ?'i nf'?"ie n*',''""" 10 bo Ueutenant, September 2<S. 1V>1, vice John \Na I, promoted. George K. Anhtiy to bo Ensign. September 28,1861. vice A. K Itobinson. promoted. ' l,uw i J,v- Knight to bo Assistant Burnett, October 17 1661, vice Benjamin Howard, promoted. ' ? TWKM1STH RS.IIMBST . ' r,r.vnZLawP"ky 10 bu <''f ain, September 21 1)01,? a.i' r W. Kimb g'ttr, resigned. ihTss'SAss.sasa "? ,mi ?"" twisty-first KBGmrrr. antltyron Siherinerhorn to be Lieutenant tomb, rz, I sol. vice George M. Baker, piom'ted ' ' vi^'sU'. uvv.'. J ,wi' viee^:n:^^^in^:gU'?C,0bCr1'1801' Wbil"ey l" t,e Knsign, October 26, 1861, vies TltomasSloan, discharged. WHO ,. ? IW^T'-.^COSn Rhl.lMKXT. Willutn 1. Norris to bo Eusigu, October 3, 1861, vlee G. H. Gayger, resinned. ' ' 0 TWSNTV TtlfKII KKilJfirvT. 23^?^r,ManuTd^!Cre:igbntd.'aPUin' 1, 186L VK''?iCUtUM0'' ?Cl"ber i '^rnl '^nard F Hatbawny to b? Ensign, October 1,18ol, vice B. B. Andrcwn, pr<*moted. Twiorrv-nrni iticciiMsnt. Major CharVs A. Johnson to be J,i?mtenant Colonel, October 4.1861, vice E. C. Charles, resigned. J. Howard Ackorman to be Captain, October 23 1861 Vic ? Thomas Wallace, resigned. ' ? CI!'veUnd Houchton to be Lieutenant, October ?i, 1861, vice Charles M. Theall, resigned. TWtXTTSIITU KtulMENT. ii.Tr i".m f'"'i* be Ensign, July 20, 1861, vice E. lWrwiMon, resigned. John'W*iUuitns^tfoclined!** En8igU' AUgU8t 7> 18C1'Vlce vie^rl'sml^'^'gl^ Ch*PUil1' S<I"etub#r 27> 1861 E.te, pr'fmotM 18,1801, vice ii laff^pSSWy'S^I":U,CnM'' ^24, Eu8ign-0clober _ _ . TniHTV FIRST RltO;?l*!?T. *.? imiX"? i??'. 'i? THIRTY-SBfftxn RCGmiNT Sergeant Ben.-dict A. Leonard to bo Eugian 1S01, rice J. P. lUreellaf, resigned g ' g al ?> TIIIRTT THIRD KKciMKNt . : -{,r,in w-<>?riiuig to bs Lieutenant Colot el Oc tobor 3, 1861, vice ^'aiviti Walker, resigned. ' .. , rmwrr roi tmi rhuixyst. I. e letu. t Tohn B. Wright to be Captain, October 19 1881, vice L. I. Oooliitle,resigned. 1 Ensign Pavid A. Lawton to b# I .leu tenant, October 18, 1861, vice.). M. Wright, promoted. Private (larence K. Hill to be Ensign, October 18,1881, vico I). A. I .awl ii, promoted. TlllliTY I1KTH HKOIMKNT. Portieant Richard R. McMullin to be Mautenant, Octo ber IS, lsGl, vice L. B. 8h?ttnck, promoted. Sergeant M.ror WtM??n H. Uailcvltb to bo Ueutenaut 0> iob?r J6,1861, vie ? Jatneg R, Burnett, promoted. ' ? I-"1 liar jo Ii Morgan to b? Ensign, Sei.tembe 0, 1881, vice H. C. < hittonden, promoted. .-er^uuM Tim thy I n to be Ensign, October 22.1801 vice ],. A. I avis. r signed. vlieMrlWrie^?;.a%nedb' SePlem,,,jr 27 ? 1801 - II- B. D , T",OTV H'*TH ItBtilMKNT. Vlrc hL.'S01 b" August 26, 1801, vuc i.itinH H1 h m, promoted. v 'S KdX0n lo he ^aiga, Soptembor 21,1801, vice fc. Armstrong, promoted. ' o.,,,,,, , _ _ th.kty-s.vmti, Ktcunarr. i/i r ir w n"yi"ai to,,,? Colonul, September 28, 1861, vi' J. It. Met'nun, resigned. i u H a in i | j>0, t UjoMun to be Major, September 3,1801, vi< n. (. Mini n, resist ed. ' I.ieiit nant 1 hlllp lioherty to be Captain, September 3, R' Man, promoted. William Deljirytobo Lloutenant, July 8, 1861, vice l>a\ id Kerr, resigned. , William Po I.tcey to be Captain, September 10,1801, vie# Juni s \V. Johnston, resigned. En* rn Antfiorty j. iK,iSnan lo be Lie >tunant, Septem bor10,1801, vice W. |)e Ijtcey,promoted. His tii l atrlekH. Ilayes to be Uont.mant, September 3, I Mil,* i o Philip lloherty, p.omoed. Servant Kdronnd W. Br. wn U> be Ensign, October 8, lb6l, vico M. J. Wel'lon, resigned. Sergeant James Henry to be Ensign, September 10, J"11v li? J, i vlgmn, promoted, ?i ^a"1 J-Murphy to be Ensign. 8opteml>or 3, lbol, vice P. H. Hayes, promoted. r . T'I'KTT-WUIITH RIClMKff. on i A boi t A Tyell to bo Lieutenant, September 20,1MJ1. vice <?.('. Brown, resigned. iBrt,i>r8"llitnMl">f.W 10 1,6 Ensign, August 3, 1861, vice T. ??. Hamlin, promoted. ' ' Serije itit Kdward Miller to bo Ensign, August, fl, 1P61, I vie.' It. W.t -on, promoted. 'I James V. l)'r,lap to be Ensign, Soj.tembor 1,1861, vico r. W. shlpmua,prouiotod. l-OKTV NINTH KKOIMKPfT. nontenant Kr st-s I?. Ho t to bo CapUin, October 12, 1801, vice It. |i cki .cm, d ceased. ' The ; eisons hereby p> mou-d and appointed will im niedi iiely repo i for duly at tho headquarters ol' their re>pe Hi e ro.itt ?m.o. By , r.ler of the ' >>inman<<cr-ln Chief. T'1"- II" LHOL'SE, Adjutant General. financial and commercial. Satckday, Nov. 10?G P. M. The money and exchange markets are quiet. Tlie disclosure of the fact that tho $50,000,1)00 of United State* sixes just taken by the banks are intended lo tie s< tit to Kngland to be drawn against there rutin r ii stuils ti n-calculations of the pr vate bankers >?iio Li-.d e: iiectcd to ??nV excliaugo up to 100 a 110. 4 * f ;7k? rrr" "<cady to-day. At the start the out, i!e order* seemed likely to put up the market; but the bears undertook to sell stocks on the cup lure ot Slitlell and Mn.son, and no advance took place. The prevailing idea of the street seen>ed to he that, though Kngland would probably com plain loudly at first of Commodore Wilkes' act, cur government would readily dis avow nnd apologise for it, and that no serious results were likely to ensue. The United States coupon stock of 1881 sold ut yester days price; the registered fell ^ per cent Mis souri* Advanced y%, Rending fell yt, Illinois Cen tral^', Burlington and QttincyJi, and Milwaukee and Prairie du fhieu Other descriptions were unchanged at the board. The market fell off at first in the afternoon, and lower quotations were established lor the whole list, but at a later hour a rally took place, new buyers appeared, and the market closed within % ? x/t per cent of the prices of tho mornjig. Tho Sub-Treasurer reimbursed the banks nearly a million to-day. About #.'<20,000 were received from liostimiuul over the counter for 7.30 notes. The business of the day was as follows: ? ?Treasury n it s 3 l! "o Pa.vin.-uts,including ledeene d 6 pr'.'cV. notes'. 1,4m',747 ? ~J'"" 7,:;s6,u66 ci lhe cxcharigcs r.t the Bank Clearing House this morning wero *l?,7..o.llo ac, and the balances $1,0:,6,850 73. The bank meeting has been all day engaged in perfecting the details of the new negotiation with Mr. Chase. The receipts at tide water of flour, wheat, corn and barley for the secend week of November, I860 and 1S01, liiive been jis ioJIowa; rm.r' :nr/' S,vn> BorU!,, Ml*. httshrh. hush ? I * 1^1 1044,700 102.300 2ft2 1,^77,500 615,4C0 161,200 Increase..32,000 23a>00 413,200 Pec!?u55 The aggregates of the reeeiptn of the above arti cles for the years 1 M'.O and 1861 have been:? SV.' Da} try. vVShclf, bit; htle /imiIJ* I860... 1,051.800 lfi.77I.f.OO 18,40<-,300 2 39s" io 1801.... 1.221.200 26,O.W.-.QO I.foj.'aw incro. 16U.300 ?,2W,ioo 7.160,800 ivc.'eaolw Reducing the wheat to flour, the excess in the receipt of 1861 is equal to 2,025,020 bbls. of flour The receipts at tide water of the principal articles of produce, from the opening of the canals to and including November 4, have been as follows:? . 1 "iCl. 1^60. lP'SQ Ctnalirpen. May 1. Apr, 128. Aprifis ?V"r' i l.Wl.-'OO 1,or,1,900 w'mo \\ lie it, biHl.els 2.'.,054.700 15.771.fiOO .?} 532^00 2'?,55B ,600 13.4(9,300 2 488'700 ??rluy 1,703,000 2,31-3.000 1'no, >'?>(,(> 72.1,000 304 600 H'O OOO ?J,f! 4,806.1,00 6.048,600 The receipts of bread-stuffs by canal continue to bo very large, though not so large as in some of the previous weeks of this season. The aggregates of grain now present the follow ing figures:? Klour (in wheat) ? Wheat oS'1,??'000 CYir., 25.064,700 Barlxv 20,559,600 Rye.. .V.V.V.V.V.V. 1,703,000 Oats 72 ">,080 4,80(1,900 T, lal "." 58,655/100 ? f take the following Hy,lop^is of the recent report, of lhe Bank Comptroller of Wisconsin from lie Milwaukee Sehtinel: hi- report for the month of Octnbor, Pank a,mn. Iri li-^r \ i M. rnwyx ?tat^s tluit during the list m?nUi seventh lour Southern and twonty nin ? \orthorn bonds ha* >? l, - u t:?ken up With cuir. ncy, whiio new circulation li.'-' I'cci- i'sued oa ?l*ty four thontnnd two himdrcd and t\\?nt\ ",,!. urs V. ii-c' iisin, Illinois and Michigan t>c,n,k rh-circ,,*.ion h :s!?.'cn ro'luced sinco tho i!?tr of the prcvi-HH vat. m :nt ?,!,i6?t, leaving tho whole amonnt of ??">?? 31, $2,787,981, see red I'niMState. 6's...$141,100 Kentucky 6's io Pon o. 0s... 6,COO Tcn,,?if., , .:S y. v , 12.rt-" 2-,,?0 MU-ouri os...... aartX Ne^ York On... s.eoo Virginia 5's -V^o Do- 7'S... 5,000 Po. ??? Z^v*:'a:::r\TsZ *<>?**-*<>**?*: lllffi Minn.'sotii 8's Ha'ofjo W'\f h 6 a ^ "'."''"V, -. 441'6W I/>ui?iina5's.'.'.J'ow Indiana 2 V4'i 8.000 p?. a " ^ ^ jS ?SS5!T.!'* ess 80.040 Total ?? Unltod States ami free state bond--....!!!! $ - 2si auo Kentucky bond* Missouri bonds ?-^cfded ut ite b??ud#.... 337,000 4.J5,ooo Ii,'1'" The earnmgs of Uie Chicago and Northwe.^tera Railway Tor tho six months ending November I 1861, were:? ' l*t??Kcr? #156,152 Operating expenses Kss , [r m 'o Oct. lffJU 305 Upress 4,|(>? Inter-jet on Flu Ofi&i Trsst bonds 91500 w f, 0f Wr8''1 ? 2 m tatereet on prof. 1st ' Misiellaneoiw, ^60 niorffag-e bonds. 43 491 _ . , ?- Interest ou Apple- ' $J53,12i tou ex. bonds.... 6 400 Interest eu debt... 5 Ml Exchange 3^22 Disc t on currency. 8,211 Ins iranco 2 637 Sundries 2^47 Total $093 07 j The Philadelphia BuVetin of Saturclay'even mg thus notices business mHttc-rs in that city:? c?p!l?u-u in''?M.n,anJ r"r m "n ",0 ?'"<"?', and ill ib, IT . J ""JHbing.are more circumspect than over lit at 6 7hu h0"' ???"H be "m, ^ ii 12 im:r i r? tB ,,n'' |).'?|>or pr.babihty of a,. J 'V? with but iltiTe ven" Ti,J b,' m ^'';?rr,1C;'t f'" lh" l,:"" ^ of ???.. leu tuontliF an ,?," ,f!|> a I'Zrl t* ?wrt.r"r'??" l?a?t barrels, ag iiii?i ^7,>S67 barrels lam your. Tlie lhmrnonts of wheat inr tli<? game I ert d amount t<> 1,4411,6*8 bushels, against 6T3 r?l 1 bnslels in I860??n ..xiosa ol' bl,045 barrel, fluur and 870 057 bo-hela wheat The Chicago Tribune of Friday says:? Tlioro bus been moro activity uuiuug the bunker* tor thu lust ilny or Iwo, au i thu tmpply ol produce pa,.mi bun been b ltd ; b i it bus still fallen far snort I the ability of biuike k I ? discount. Minify Tor ull legitimate pur poses was iiover inure abundant. I'a[>er of approved cba niut r in a.iimsi any amount would bo gladly t ikeu by tliu bunkei*. Kx? lianjio hi day was railicr easier. Tito Indiana bra ches, tha Bank of Monti eal, Slurp's * nhim, and p ha, h aome otli. rs, sold all day to custcni r.? ut >4. Outsl lent still ha I to pav % a J.;, anil ih.8 wis the rato with several ol the banks. Th. b inking price In par a %\ ihe tendency in to the higher Ugure. (."old biying ut >4 a >?; Belling at u % a 1 pur cent; thu 111.ho figure for small par'-,els by biokeis. The earnings of the company for thin period huvc been applied to the extinguishment of the unfunded debt and to the general purposea for which the first mortgage bondholders agreed to fund their coupons, July 11, 18C1. The unfunded debt of the company amounted October 1,18G1,to $301,774 13. Lass by Hi'CU lues uu hand $11,125 00 ]<o-a by 111 itiirlul on hand 61,257 85 L :tw by other assets on hand 16j ,004 88 Total 1251,887 73 Length of road?Chicago to Oshkosh, 193 miles; Oshkosh to Appleton, 20 miles; whole length of road, '213 miles. The receipts and expenditures of the St. Louis and Iron Mountain Railroad of Missouri for the year ending October 1, 1861, were as follows:? Transportation earnings $212,?45 Siock subscriptions 690 918,538 Transportation expenses 145,022 Obstruction 12,133 Last yoa. 's liabilities 10,6 >1 174,856 Carried to iissi'tB $38,878 The cost of the road to the 1st of Octobor is us follows:? Graduation, masonry, bridges and miperstruc turn, iucli.d.ng iron, \c $3,341,073 Station buildings, engine liouaos, machine shops, machinery, Kc 180,997 land damages and real estate 160,242 C ut indent expens e and legal services 63,i76 I'ot' S. UriiiK h Kai.toad 07?U0'J Knginuoring 158,802 Ko ling stock 314,008 liiscounis and interest 1.227,060 Total $5,532,081 Tlioca Mai stock paid in is $1 1171.127 H nded debt .State of Missouri bonds........ 3,507,000 moating <lm 27,nb7 T ital $8,499,616 The earningH of the Cleveland and Toledo Rail rond lor the week ending November 7 were as fol lows:? 1*00. 1861. Passengers $0 .'64 8,358 Kiolght 8,;t?4 0,764 Total $18,318 18,112 Decrewo $206 The exchanges nt the Hank Clearing House this morning were $L7,4'27,'22'2 33, and the balances $1,040,1?3 06. Mock Kxclmng?-. Satcki.ay, Nov. 10.18B1. $10000 U S 6's, '02... 97'i' 200 slia llud Itlvor ItK 40? 12500 US 6 s. '07... 94'i 50 do nd 40', 10( 00 i:S?s,'81cou ?4>i 50 do b30 <10't 2W.0 US6s,'bl rug 04 50 do 1.4 40'*? 3000 C S6 S. Uj... 8-'* T0 do b60 40\ 6000 CSS s, '74,C .U 85loo do 1)30 40\ S000T ea.-ll pern's J0i'\ 50 Ilnrlem Hit ].'r4 2l*r0 Treas0or 2>i wl>.', 60 do la'j 1(4)0 Miss un On.. 44 ,'4 200 Hoading UK 3fi 26000 44 1<K| (to 85 ?? 6000 1I0 bao 45100 Mich Cen RR.b30 &.>>,! 11,00 l'enn 6 s. Do . 44?* 60 do 5:t-, 4000 Vio6'?,Il \SU 483(0 do 63A4 ?000 lyOiil.siaiia (I s. CO1,. 50 Mich s'<i \ V In Hit 111 >. ! 1000 N YO.,1 i;r 7_s io,;>| ti il'M. sJS 41 1 600 ll"d JtlY lslrn 106 lfs) do 40s, 10(.0 llud Hiv 3.1 111 771i 160 IU Con UK sc. lp.. 04 1000 Hart in 1st in. i>4'i '/M d> 6J', 100O dn 05 100 do b.'IO 81',' 101.0 Mich m> 2d in. 72 40 Clove k Hits RK. 12.^ 1000 Mich 80 2in as 20<i 12 >, fOOOUil&NU 2 m 1! 100 Cleve 4 Chi Itii.. 7:1 1000 L Irle&W 2dm 45 200 do sBO 73 12 shs Contt'l flank. 78 35 do 73'^ 110 Canton Co 10 Yt KK? do 1-60 73?4 t"0 l'ac Mail SS ( 0... (17000Clove A: l'.il HI!.. ."7>j OO do bl5 i?7?? 100 do 1:60 37^ 50 Ji7^ 200 do sUO 37)2 138 do 97 X 100 do b30 37 \ (H do bio VI}J 100 do 110 37*i hi ON' Y Cen UK....c 81 130 Chi&Uock Uld KR 57 'yt li? do 80'i 100 57*4 l'O do ^10 80', 7(S) do ... f,7\, '.'100 do b.'i 81 60 do slfl 57 50 do blO 81 100 do blO 57 \ J60 do f 60 NX 100 do ^ 10 57 V loO Erie UK 34^' 100 do i,60 58 100 do 34% 60Clii,B:irAQRIt.sl0 05',' ^0 do 030 34!, 50 do ... 6"> ?J.?>0 do 34'4 150 MililVeduChKR. 22V 1(0 do blO 34 H 6 do 22 U 1U50 do .3418 Mil.tl'dnChlslpref 80 150 Erie UU.pref.... 60^ 36 Mil.VIMiif h 2 'p.ef 05 60 do (JO>4 260 ButRkStateUneRR 110 CITY COMMEHOIAI* IlRPOItT. Satcrmv, Nov. 16?2 P. M. Fmt K.?The market wxt flrui ut uik:1i:ui<e<l prices, with n fair demand from the ti ado. The sales embraced about 20.000 bbls. Wiiwt was (lrm at yesterday's qi:etal ionp, with sales of 225,000 bushels. Amber Iowa at $1 31, red winter West ern al $1 40 a $1 43, Chicago and lUcme spring at $1 26 a $1 30, and white Michigan at $1 48. Cokn was steady, with sales of 75,000 a 80,000 bushels at 68,V,c. a 69c. for good shipping lots of Western mlv d. I'okk was dull and sal. s moderate, while quotatii as were lower. Whi-kkv was firm, with ssles or 300 bills, reported nt 20Vje. n2ti'. ' SHIPPING NEWS. Movements of Ocean .Steamers. FROM EUROPE. Ifnmn. I.tam Vnlt. For KewYork Southampton o to 3).. .New Voik I Snxonli Southampton Nov 6...New York City of Waalitiigton. tilvernonl ... Nov 7. ..New York Asia Liverpool Nov 9... New York Fulton Southampton Nov 12...New York VOIl Kl'KOPE. Persia NmvYork Nov 20...Liverpool rdlnburc .....NewYoilt Nov 2J... Liverpool ><??' Yont New York Nov 23 Bremen Niagara Iioston Nov 27. ..Liverp'iol Saxotna New Vori: Nov 30 .. Hamburg Asia NewYork Dec 4. ..Liverpool FOR CALIFORNIA. Champion New York Nov 2I...A?pftiwall North Siar New York D?c 1... Aspinwall Northern Light NewYork Oee 11. ..Aspinwall KINGSTON, JA., IIAVAN A , M ATAN7.AS AND NAPS AIT, N. P. Cikator?From Ne?v York for Kingston, Ja, on the 20th dr.y of ??aoli month. The Clentor leave* for New York on the Gtii of e?f:h rionili, and will he due here about the IStii. Coi UMBU Maijiom?No slated days are yet flzed for I the departure of the Columbia ninl Marion for Havana, but | they will sail about every ten days, touching at Key West out* war.!and homeward. K?iinak?I'n >11 New York for Havana via Nassau. NP. on the .iri ival of every alternate 1,'unard steamer at New York. Mit isms?Fioln N? w York for Ma:an/as on the 8ih day of each month. From Halanzason the 22.1. due at New York on the 23'h. BPEfltAT. NOTICE. A 7h-fttrg an'! in'.eirltd /?>/ th9 New Yonit Henitn hotilr! teMaMf* *1.M\NAC FOR VKW TOHK?Tills DAV. si's kisv.s 6 4.'I jioom imsks eve sun suts 4 41 \ men watsr morn 7 51 Port ut New Yorl?, November 16, 1801. Cl.KARKD Steamship Chesapeake, Crowell, Portland?II B Cromwell AC). S.iip Sim" a, Rearles, I.lverpool? Ilallett A Carman. Sl ip Wrhetcr, Fowler, Liverpool?Spoffonl, Tlleston A Co. Ship IVesldent FlUmore, Nelson. London?F Unnliam. Ship John Spear, Booker, Cor'* for orders?Nesmlth A Sons. Ship Swallow, Vaine, Havre?Boyd A Hineken. Ship KM Aradt (BrenO, llnesloop, Bremen?Roger Bros. H.. rk H S Vennard, York, buldln?Walsh, Carver A Chase. lUrk Centenary (Bi ), Young, Cork for order;?Boyd A Hlarktn. Hark Euvene, Armstrong, Havre?Murdock A Smy'he. Bark Dirette tUivini, Uus'ams, An'w.-ip?Knaulh, Na clii*d A Kuline. Hark Betsey Williams, Tlrrell, Aspinwall?Tappau A Star baek. Bark Venus. Atkinson, Curxoa?.1 Fviilkes A N< ns. Hiltf Minnehaha (Br), Perry, Plymouth, K, tor orders? Arki ll A Hurst. Br)? Nil" iBr), P?k, Oloneepier?,1.iek>on A Nelll. Hi Ir Caroline. Porter, Asplnwa'.l?Panama Railroad Co. H1I1' India < Itr). Allen, Jsniaiua?!> it Dewolf. Brig J Butl.-r (Ur). Powers, Bar'.?dus and a market?H O Smith. Hri,- Mary Einlly (Br), Av?rv, N'????n?I Eneas. Hehr K C'Felter, Welch, Cape Town?llushford A Monlton. S.'lir Wm Wilson. Kyan, Port Maria. .T??Brett, Son A Co. Sclir Havelock (Br), Cole, KtJohn. Nil?P I Ni vius A Sod. 8. hr 11 H Lanfalr. MeClure, Key West?I. M Fry. cHirJna J Kay, Sparrow, Baltlinori?MeCready, Kott ACo. Sell 1 Hannah Martin, Sleigh', Balimiore?Merrill A Ab bott. Si hr A C L-verstt, Si|iilrcs. Baltin.ore?McCrcady, Hott A Co, 8-hr Anna Sheupard, l'"ik"r, Baltimore?Van Brunt A Blaitht. Schr Carlton Jiyne, Ruwlaud, Baltimore?McCready, Mott A Co. S"hr White ( loud, Lovttl, Newcastle?Mstlftr. Schr MarMlta Hand, Terry, Philadelphia-Master. Schr Henry Msv, Hoover, Plilladelohis?.l W MeKee. Schr Sophia Ann, Smith, Phlladrlphl?-J W McKee. Schr W K Legjcstt, Ulbsun, Phlladelfihla?Master. S'hr Mahlon Belts, Endloolt, p?rlh Am hoy?J W MeKee. Sc'ir Lookout. Harper, Ellzahethimrt?Miller A Houghton. Schr J A Pars'ins, Shaw, Maurice Rl?er?T O Benton A Sons. fc. hr Percy Helloer, Marts, Maurice River?T O Benton A Son*. Sohrt o'tage, McFadden, Hallowcll?Brett, Son A Co. Schr Sfiuwnlnm, Dow . S.mrs. rt?K P Bu< k A Co. H. hi I'asl'-rn Belle, T01 ner, Hsp ? r? It I* Hock A Co. N hr Rover s Bnde, ('hick. Pori-mouth?W 11 KiversmiMi. Si hr Mnry Ate ai. r, Cha? , Pall Rivet ? CW Remington. Selir Village Oueen, Hawkins. 1* vlilene. S< hr Pi 1 nn \ isia, Philll]Brlato'.?L Iv i ny. Schr Biosi-jm, Douglais, N"w lin en?II 8 Ko. ketl. ttohr O O a**1* m Ki:UZ* Nhw h Hi?r. Schr w-ir^i a*0.^ ^Wl,?'?rd?K 8*tifor<i. ^"""r {^'."."i^10*"- Ph'IWPh^" ij," * Charles, Philadelphia. ^ W Uextei. Howler, Hath? daater. M?U^|W("'t'll|Kwah l,wir' "' ^ Smith, Matamoraa, Was^.und to llaifax, NH. and'^i lad thU tnVrpro ? n^'ed ''"?rttt, fro? Br brig Peerlcas. en III Ihe Itlnuobt i,, ii i. .. ,c""?'sl ''? nine Hon, Oiinm III e of ihi- rii V 1V ll'>lllllt?J condition. Opt UX'2 ' ? ,r'"uu'ln" "V Hi" wink. Il^ven. HiijWo, Elizabeth port, and united far Now ischr Karl, rainier, Clizabetbport, and sullcd far Stamford ?ridw. "vi"' KU'iilmbpo*. and nailed I'ur .Mystic ford!"^ E M C,"rk' C,ark' Bli*?belJrpoi t, and nailed for Hart f& [?' HUrabethport, and sa'led for Fall River W^ter'y B?bu?*k> ^'Wueou, KlUabetbpon, ami tails,l lor f,1rJjhr Frowst, Elncabcllipurt, and sailed fur Slam Boston T B Jo"?B? 0alC('nil>. EKMbtthpoK, and Muled for Hook"" "Br,1"-'r:'bl,'fi Packard, Ynialhuvea, 4 days, for Sandy M-'ir Alabama. E!l*al*thport, anil sailed fur Botloii. ?Schr Ennii.i Mayo, Mayo, Bangor, 10 . a - Schr Auiiuii Chiff, I'ress.-e, llor.k.ati , i .lays, ?' l'r Nall an Olillord, Shute, Boston 4 i! r \ s. Brbr M>m? Kish, Lowe, Ohou-ester, ;i uaya. hebr E M olten, Dllblf, Providence. hchr Cosmos, Spear, l'rovldem .. J lavs. hi-hrLlon, L'iro ah, Provlilenio, 2 days. H hr Lookont, Harper, Somerset. g> or Joseph Hog. r?, lluell, l'^rtlan 1. (H. Schr Ella, I'ackard, Stamford. Schr Hlver Queen, Cole, Albany for Providence 8. hrNorma (wrecker), Weeks, from Br bark Agnes Qar ian<?, nnhnr*> on Qttog?'*. Sloop SuttolluBlmonson. KlUabethport. Sloop Bvron, Allen, E. nbeihport. SI op Ell/a A Jsyne, ubiisie, Ell/abethport. r^ S transport), Lo|ie;-, Fortress Mon Steamer Josephine (D 8 (ranaport), Uruea, Locust t'oiat In ballast. Stiviner Artban, McCa(?\ Raltlmnre. Steamer Marina, Crosby, Baltimore. Bteamer Mars, Nle ois. Philadelphia. ti .Iinei It.iir. II, diovi I, !? >|.uleipola Steamer Anthracite, Jones. l'lillaiteln ia. t-'leamcr Ospruv, Kenney, Providence. Steamer 1'cliean. Jones, Provldeno*. BKI.DW. Sl ip Tliotras Sntllh (llr, < f L.veiftnM). Sl ip Maje'tlr (whaler, of New Hfldford), In dl?lre?i. A.?o two bitrkWj uukiii,^,,, S ATI,'CD. Steamahlpa Bonmsla, of and for TTatnbnri;; Cllv of New ? oik (Hr), l.ltvr ool; Ttios .-ivann (1/ S tr*ns[i/,rl), l.u at J'o nt; roiistituil.il (Hr), llo toil; U K atOi'ialilp Supp.y, Bi iiuforl, dC. tVlud at nuiinact NW, fresli and cold, ?linrellaneoa<i, The ateamahlp City or New York, Captain Petri-, aided

yeaterday at noon for (/ueeuatown and Liverpool, wltuo ar?!c number of piip&eiienta. The atenmahtp Bonmala, Capt Tia itmann, sailed yester day for Soutl umptou and Ilanibur,'. Mr Charles II Seaman, Im'.ii: umi f? ,, , Ot O,tmi it ,.(ii,.|ei ! ?-?? * ...orubly knoivn as oie " ' " * oOate p.lo a, died yotlerday at nW realj< lice in tb'aolty. lie had gou. to Klor'da for a ? hmiye of cllmala, but the see. aaion troi.blea for.ed bint t;i rotiirn without havlt.g derived the untldpaied beneflt. He died of a disi ane In the throat. Tin. Stkamsuhs Citt or Nkw Vobk asd Vms'A.-Tha London Steam Shipping Clnnnlele, apeaUnj of the recent p ia>ase? from New York to Cork or tliesteameraCity of New York and Persia, nays:? A? a great deal of attention Is now being paid to the re api-ot ye perl, noanrev of see,-ark ve^el?, "fog baa crept m over the limn, a relatini! to theao p"iform AMCt'K. U't HfC illil) .V If. , :i Vo il Inn,,.. *i' . 7.' ' ? V' anc?'K, \vt' ar?? (uii>, y to .;ivo il In our power to ^iv? tti?? (IctLiirt fonncnietl with tin run homo of both ve/M 'f Jt*h..iiM ? homo in n-iiH-mbniM-?? ti nt tho 1'?-r.4 t's .-ur o w m 2Vi ?? W't'^t that of the City o, N. w York ?as 7? (onx. T!,i l" ! trr v? i?sei i?Mt row imk Mt nooo ontho.r?th mid nrHvnii >? I "n'l'eli; ., Uiakinatbe boi!M dillerenr e ol tltnc), .I) ?? d.-,ya li? hours Tin. lil -1 le!t lit 11 A M oil 'be fnh, at riving "at Cork .it'.t I* M on tl,. 19th, lb on o;. hi,.viii- in ti.e run (time eorrcrted), BilavH''.3 lo'la ? " UU H' 1,1 ?' following are al.sinioui of tlic' iw i CITT or KJtW T08K. il wl 'lto i tl,! rnun the wharf and nrorerded I, i|o? i tie liver, . n I ...Utebuence ot the tideaatll4A pu?.-e I Sandy Hook, at 4 ,:5 d .-barged pilot ' I dimirmn!''iw rn'i,eaWhW' C?"rS" E' lnt l031'lon 9S2i ' loliVa^dto-tjloK: c?"r8? M 73 "? "" 42 w | course N S3 E. 0 t9-W Hid fivaii trom SE, cotirae N 55 E. lni47V. loo? 3! 21; distance run, ^74 mil. a. ' '11 4' 36110"? " t in?Wind fresh Imiii E and variable, coitrae N 87 E l?t I?2t, lo .: 46 01; distance run, 2f.S miles. ' , 'J'? 'r','h ?. with a,J nulla 1 rom WNW, courac E, bit 5) ^1. long ?.7 Stt; diatauo) run. 'iliiinileH. Oct i- tt lnil a fr.-sli gale tr.irn it N\V. eliding more luoilei*. "Tl K? ' " lotigai 18; dieianee run :kH miles. JN 2i, If < ?)63, Ivnv JJ 5 *; <1'm.;?ijco run, 'J(ki mile^. Ort It? J^**t \> .\\\ , m? nle rati* br '''VI' and heav v croM? sen, coins 1 N h'- h. lat .,( 31, loev 1.1 15; .lldt ince run, ."12 niilea. Oct 15?W liid vana 1 ? c. 1. N 8/ ii; at 7:11 AM, pi.aa.-d |.aa ii"tl. 11:11) ancUoi' i y.i auatowu; dlataiicu ritu to Paatnett, 2<2 miles Oct lt>?At I I- I'M welkin 1 and proceeded: S I5Ln-k?r vd'the Kock'th ' k' "M A>' 1 "Inl Bt 14 "o' 1 11 AM left New York. ?-;r,1' >c h * * ,ttl MU s-lon ?u! Kli'j dKtance ??UrM 8 ? *? M v?it-1.l'"1 1,1 ? ''r ' wlth ruin, c.iursc E u N, l/if 44 0-. inn .trtbti; diw'ir.i<\- run, 'JtH> J l",??"ii?g?r"J':ti?l"With il :u> s<|ualls and high hi.a, 1 it 10 i5, Ion .>-1 <<t>; tl run, 19l' 111 il?-h. O t il?V* i:ul inou.'i'a.e from S\V, c in e E br H lat 47 10 lon 49 4U; distance run, 221 miles. . lat*. IIP, 0.4 15?Wit,d tVSW, tres!i li.e.-xo cenr-e E.SF lni^O'ii lon 52 M; distance rtm, SWtulles. ' ? tal192'. Ort 16?W nil SW, fresh breeze, course SE hv PIT? i?, flo.i2, lon 34 13: ilbiance run, 318milea ' * Oct 17?V> lint ll^ht and varial'le, . inrseSE bv E W tf in, I 51 Od, lon *6 14; diatanoe run, 327 luilea. O 't 18.?Wind light fioniSU, croirBi-SE by E %? v laifli 45, lon 17 4?; ilist.ince itin. sjfi mi!, s. * ' Oct ly-Jin I light frvm Miv", eor'rse various- nt 3-10 PM arrlred a! Queenatown, at llH d:arhurgod the oiaila nl S-40 lcfl V)ttevn?towu: .Hsuntc run. ?T2 mi,; s' ' Oct 39.?At 5.-52 AM received a pilot, ?,t !> 20 AM irrii?,t ?> Bell Buoy, and f-.t 10:5 arrived at Liverpool. jrrned at Whauko Bakk Majestic?Pilot b. at .1 I> Jo-icx Kn IK m7!vvI. J,ru;1,iir:""?>? !???* ti,?t on*i,e iiVu '"St. 121111l.es l.hL I111111 Saii.ly Hook, ti ll in with whai ,, bark Majestic, of and lor New Hedford from a cruise who report 11I r.av.ng < xperif need a heavy gale Z dur-.ig wlit.-h klan.-.l the butui, catis'ng the v.-ssiei to I, ait si K..iy '.at.tre.mlr-dtbeeotistantexcr'lons or the crew m 11,'!|; 1 ",,v a" h"rea herott Sandy I'l^i'lli'P at ?:w^.ka SKbwrcW a?',ow 5? *" it it I sio.v, Of Machlf s, lumber Iidon fft^i wi I during the gale of the 2,1 in?.'itVu/i tt ! aa axge. md will be towed tj ti,|4 city for repairs, me The wlia'ing bark Mc-banic. of Newport, 334 Ions renlaVr ' baa been sold to^ union, Brown A Son, of Boston, on nri 4* ujiilerntooi tliRt lli? purciiaeit* wum Oo be r^ . l'iin m??'- st" "lis take,I in S? h5. .ord she will doubtless he attached lo the '?aubniarlni?' Iloc'iadnigsquadron. The Muclianl Is liie liwt bni c the whaling fleet of Newport, the other being bark William L. c, also ill port, awaiting a purchaser. "imam Wc notice the sale of A2 bark Elizabeth.273 tons bnllt ?t Portsmouth, Nil, In l?47, at $5WiO, cas!i. Notice to Marinei-f, SHALt.S I.tOllTUOUSK. ...... , . Tiiinitt House, Lokoos. Oct 22 1801 I Notlee 14 hereby given th.it with tho object or wndeiVne the new llgbtbouse on ill < Snnlls R,?-k moiv distinctlyTuC blc I rom vesai'is at sea during the day time, ihe t?w/r has been colored re.l and white in a'ternal ? horizontal bands By order. p. ?. BEItTHON, Secretary. fAHDIMA?M1W UflllTttOtrSE ON Csro 111 IBltr.a. IsTl'.r November"'OI',e sVlf'the j VAirJOL* fJ? SA V Tt.,?( Or.TO.V V. v . , , Trivtty Ifou^K, Lon(!-?n, Oct 24, Notice is Imreby given timt in ei cuidanoi- wl;n tfae adv-r tiseinentls -.nt (rom thli hoise. dated September 10. the t.oitn.i i,?n\ay In now open usadav channel; ami ihala b.'a-k buoy, rnariii .1 on l-inre ay, fi..s been placed nt the outer em ran'c thereof, and will remain there until the light, tlseineiit *,HVl' been placed an uotlrted In the said advei ? ,Til'vi'."r " 'i"n r '. 'hc ralr vay of this channel is NW ! y N ai"' s)': '>y s, and in hre.nlih Is six-tenths of a mile in t'te u-irrowest pari, rhe dep-.h varies from 24 to 30 fret at low Wftiororilinary spring ttuo". are'aVfuUowa'?"iri|'tlU"' ,"!lrk"1",J b?rlncs of tbo buoys On the Xortfieast Side. 8ombwe;t Conor., a spiral buoy with a slairand ball (black a iid, while l? horizon to! strips-,, mid lying in 6'; fathoms. The highest mill on SomhTi wn. mldwny between the two gnschliiiiieyRRtYaruioiith, N i4 W. 'nemo The gas chimney at Lowestoft, half its apparent letiffth "1k'V,Vu ?"''yniol!bt' l"n Light ho,ue.sw X n. * mile y' y W * dl,"?nl 7 1*tlis of a ^South Cot-toh Spit Buoy, 8 by E '^S, distant 9-lOths of a inand WMle 'D h0riI0ut?1 baeViand,'NW J'*N? """ W"h DOr'h "dr> of" h,?01'ibe Lighthouw.'av^ 'r'!h' ?i",t f,I>"n 10 ,hc weslWM(l of the r.ow Soutliwes't Cnrton Buoy, N by W H W South Cm-ton Buoy SK, distant I 2-10 mile. Sauth Corton (black), In 4 faiboms, with? ba. kland NW>5'N ""C W"h "ortfc "de of * hl? on ?'= Pi"'in ??e body South Gorton Spit Btiov. ,N\v. ' Corton fairway Buoy S*W ^ w, distant 7-10ths of a mile. ?? T7>t . On the Southwest Hide. fathoms, wbh^rt n whi,e. In horUonUI stripes). In 4 h.ms^WSw!1'11"'1,41 Lowt,8,ofl' ln hne Low Light The hlqhest mill at South Town, its width east of the ?As chirmii * at Ynrmouth. North Winterly North Holm Buoy, NSW \ W, distant 1 ?1# mile Oorion hnhuvy flu or, S br E X E, dUUnt 1 710 mil* fathoms! witb-m <red *nd wl,Uc'T?rUcal stripes), in 4% Lwdto^ Mouse ln\helharto",W^y,8 v" W"h ,h9 P"0,'i' Lowestort mill, one.third from thelligh Lighthouse io ward# Lowesloit chureh. W by N <i N * 10 Holm Elbow Buor, N E, distant 8-10tbs of a mile, ttifiT*' ,Cr' ? H9' d",Unt 1 ''10mile! The following are the rearaa and bearings of the Carton Fairway Buoy, lain Southeast Corton Buoy, T|t ? Hopton church, on the south side of Hopion Gap NW by N ch^reh,7r>" 8.' Wlth th# "outh ,lde ol s* John * Holm Elbow Buoy NW 1(8, distant I 210 mile South Corton bplt Buoy, R by W >< W. distant | 7 l0mlle By order, P H BEK'IHOM' Secretary Foreign Porta. NYo"rkT'8ePt<-In "?rt ""P <Br)' "cDonald, for Arrat do Sept ft ship J W While, Osgo d, Hoiib Kona fa, Shanghae. Sid Aug 21. ship Arab. Eldrblge, KoAow < ALCfiTA?Went to ?ea from Maugor Sept 1.1 shies Pan her, Oannf-tt, Bombay; ltth, diss Cooper. 3< rdsn Coh?m. London.' ' ao; 2t)th' Jo"i?h Bradlee, 'Hopner, CAt.i.AO Oct 29?In port ships John Siusrl Bcrns-o from Cardiff; Oraee Sargent, Mitchell, Iron, Ciiliicha? for i or? foroiibrs, Oaspee, Andres, for Chlnrh-nio lo?,| for II .tier' mL uuc*"7 C <j0,t0"' un' ; l)mrk R-lndcer, Bait At Chlncba Islands Oct J7, a)i I pa Othello, Trerllt ? Hamlin, Dales; K kllg it, H'id ey; Sunrise. Irvine, De Soto, I'at t u; John A I'arks, Kicli. aud Caroline Tuvlur, Congdon, Idg O til loud. Foochow, SeptS?In port ships Mermaid, Hcudder, from &Un uliar, an- Aug 2i, fordo; M as'nolla, Hunt, for do; lit r r t'l \ Jessie, Deshou, Horn lloug Kon^. arr Kept 4; Arab, Eldrldge, from Auiny, ai r Auu 30, lor Shanghai!; brU N.iu km, Oiosby, for do. hl.l Aug 21, ship J C Humphreys, Pro ? s iiu'Iiim* Uomu Konu, Se.it 11?In port ships Santiago, Jeuklns, from Hlin *i,?., ?rr v.. ; N l. T.diu r, Low, tor Ha" I lanclsco; A?.|ii>, Armn'rnn , lor Kba. g e; Zingara, Newbegln, for ? o; 11 8'tarp, C shin., for Bom ay; !?? ?" ?' Fales. Ri-it'all, 0 8; d I*y u< I M looiirn* 0It ll-'t.^i. T urndike; t'hrla 11.ill, Ir.minuo; Forums, I'anson. uud John llav, . u .<?; Piylng Ciouit. Win .?or, or Mile, freight or charter; s r rise, Rande'i, ; barks Sea Nvuiph. ?, lor B..ng ko?; 8e<? Binl. Wes'nn, unr; hr.is 'm a, li'<-r an, tor Kale; a ?' ot!iem : ? ?? f. r KM All:; 81, shlti I'ot p r, Johnson, 8 anglac; fteplt, bark Caasack, Uiay, Mm o Mw?o, Se, li port arks Curlew, 0.lia<d, fr im llong King, urr Aug 2'J, lor auaugbau; CosSack, Gray, irom ito, une. Siianoiiaw, 8 ? ft- In por'T nr. Towns nd,forNewchW'B.; (??Id Aug.6); KT Wllletts, Henderson, uud Lsva tiler. Ilr ..wii, tiue: Jiir.eci aw, ,i. itou, K.a>'Ilow , i'u l, una Jose li I'eanwiy, Wit.in y; dlsu; lam- Car le L> Inn >, Smith, lor Kniia awa ae?t day; Fidelia, Ha.tsbUdL iruin Amoy, arr Aug 18, dnfc:; Kremlin, Johnson, lot lloug Kong early; Hovel", Wilsii, .or do (eld Aug30t; Mi run ml, G90 rev, lor Na iwki neil day; T (' Bum. r, Cooler, d Kg; url ? Orbit, Sh loan, lor N a;ii.i k (eld Aug 2*J). lliennda, Sloeonilie; Mel la, Slralton, mid Ida D Rogers, Mnn house, line; t-clirs May ynaen, Hu ktnioNt r, lor KagatMl (eld AugSll; Kiaok, \erey. uui ; n a met 8 .-t Louis, Koluart, for do imiucdmndy; Stiririse, I'end eion, for llankuw, mir'v t'l uai'okk. -ept ?>?lu port ably En. rgy, Kelley. from CariiiB, arr U>i.. di g. hT Tut.kah, t). 127?A't ic'ir F.mtly Ten Brock, Ten Broek, Sa^unnab. und' r Coofe Irate ling, WuAMroi, 8' pt II? u ort uliVp White Falcon, Windsor, UUD, American Porta, BOSTOK, Nov i a . i r w Carney, Mayo, Hmfrna. Cltl li; Ann K.lJ. b'ili, Fo?er?, We*i Coam of >f 1 a-.Kchnll Wry, I'lil llin-, St Thorn**; A li Mauri e4er, N ek r.ton, II v.t . (.or Burton, vViiiHinore, .toil .? 1'e Si|uall Sharp, I'bila lelpnla; Uraulte Htate, Hulleti, NYork. Hoi. wind :? ? i la I???. it \liTI.MOKK, Nor 14?Arr. a.earner NYork: ? hnt F II Aiiiiott, ritiitu.; j.ts M lt.iyi. a, t t ii.paou, au Ed I S.ade, Steel.', NYorn. ? 'Id, -elir* tt B 8mllli. Sopcr, NY.irk vi a 1 r. In Ciit'-?i e?k ?; Kolli ??, f.rtm, Boaton; A i itowland, ti wl..ud. NYoi k. bid, It.ir^ W li Now . hi, Uavrt, Cork and a marltt t: lirl.- ur." u>f (Ilr), M. Do js.iil O irk and a >n:i trt. a II uRTKOKl), No. IS?Arr. win? Chaile* Cooper, Cooiair; R t .0't riinttli, U .?>*: II, and C le m, Rtiikin, E:u iii lhuort. b:.l K >1 Dull "li1, Jon ii. nf J B ldwIn.Bi l* , NYork. LEW EH, Del, Nov 14?The aohr Raudolpb, frum NYo k for Ohro>:.an,i, Mt ii ir ' p.i or lliti i u.t d 8 a '?':o..pumj toe or akwatt r lit luoroluc Tin; brlya R'ooui- r. lo: Dctne i ra; Avon, lor Ml una; h. liraA i..t.o , . T E.i?i|"iit; J U ll.ill, lor B vkIoii, and C Moore, lor Providence, went (*> a< a nit o'e'o k I l< mori in;. WlndWNW. I'illliAUEl.FUlA, Noi li? n shlpUrajil, lVn r, NYork; l.in'a Sum tee (K J, Mn mil, l.o on; brig C Jo n'?, Warren; ? hr M ry Psl'-e, Vduilu,y?jr. C'o C m t-v i, J iiit-H, liriaioi;?j .r? US Qo,.*, 1 uni. ti S .. < ro cr, Presort y, 'lo; Miiiiieugua, YoMiig. S v p rt; A M iU, <M f, b ikm; l'? lUiej^, CI?*V, NBeil or.tj .1 Vi ll taini n, , Wins aiidrliizoni(>fV.ie r'ourtu uouu iliiian S> \' l , jlis i,oiu% (] 1;in; , E 'vt liti.SU 11; ]. ,i | in.-. Ta.lor lloblon;.! I* Oak", Eudi oil. do; 1C?'S... ti.n.ti*:, do; B K Mil irp, Tlrri li, do; O F ll.iwlev, liu. l Lih1 n piri;Win F tl .rrig hi, Coi-.hoii, I'oi'lintl; J I. i X iis"n, Siiiilli, NLondon; J O 11 an , Love, J-iaev Cn E llnJ II'-III', l'riivlden e. NE PtilTTi ' .. ACAltll I ROM r Jt v ft1"'ilh.L;U? of Jhe r'ou ri',!n? Hie . .Si, Si'iV.iid, Tiilrd, Fourth, I t " , hnvei.tli. Eighth and Fjori oill'j W?ir !a. ti--. u,ue vo i h f'roi|lies oil to elioitg.' f ir yolirM Ivea out i ; n i ... inauv L'enthiinen up for your oliuli e whleh m thfuio^i i. .r hy or ll t ly to do jiiu the in ? justice If elected, n . il peia vc ran . und Indiwtry will l>e any In luo-iin ut y i will i ho?im me ioi one nmoufc ?i*. If ?o i -llyournoin iiii'iiiiT? imiiiil ieea tun....e i.eoneol yoiircaiidlilat.H.uu.i 1 will u-j lo ilum. miiy (u .,11. witlionl ear ur faror,Ikiii Ic'd*. , kn.riv me wi.i ttilinli and asuert. By peracver i: tun' iii.ins:ry we turive. Truly yours, I R.vSIC Ul'I KY, No. 3 Canal mn ? \ S * :l M'urd. Litll-iiff g,:jiilen?en wi.l conleru fuv ir if t v wdi sliow tlis o t uoir irlfllda, or cut lli..? earii ou'uf i!o i ? [( rand nut or iKMte It 111 Home idaffe Where It W.l. 6e te n ?>. ' f>rm. AT a MEETING OK VoTICKS OF TMK SIXTH 8ENA 'or ill district, 1*1 cei'ii'h ward. In .1 ? N "J(, \\*, st Th rtei nlh struct, on the ?. i iiln.: of tli ? 1.. x ti.e O. parly, It Was moved and M eon led M-. Join Ullih.s lie elecli'dClialrinuti atul J. VV. ilui. ?:. was moved nnil aeeon Inl tliat Air. Ml . td It. llrl k. . iioof It" nnnilnatrd forCininitil'Viaii of t i Sns.oia'ui i ; WhtI t. Moved and aeeotide mm w- mil mn, lorn lie l'Jia In l . att le name pia .?, at ;ij 1'. d. ,\ii h "in. .. a'ji/v lion a e invited lo lopialr. JOliN UIEBs C.u.iuin J. >\. llir.vcK, *>?- ii ry. A MEETING OF THE UNION DBMOOBATfC CLUB ut the El.k^i At .ftman : .li'-tri.-k n. hi . a their li< .iili|ii.irter*, 7H Uot-rcii sir'fi on M u lav t n u , .Nov. 13 IfcGl, al 7/lt o'r.ook. li) ord. r MAT11EW McOUiRE PfPei tent. Jamk.i McCIcirk, Secreiary. AN All.)il ItNED MEETING OF THE SEVENTH W. rd Stur CI l>, ?v>i| th !.| at ;.o (j | .,>| n.o.i l? iv, '1'tieaday ?? v i it k, Nov m i 1.' at d o el, k. Tne frlDnrtx mid Kupiiortem lit'Mr. F.uliels M e'ta i, alnl the -it;/?ii. of Ilia Fourth Aide, mule ,'ia' 1.1 mm aro :u favor of Inivin^an honest re;<ivse.aitivA in the cltye>? n liu, ue reu e?tiwl to attend, lly order t Haul .s uOIMAN. Pre :d. ut. FnANvUS J UA'lV'ivii.-!, Vice Prea't 1'ATKirg Tionr, Pe. r. nuy. Patrick Kki.i.t, T. e .s ,r. r. AT A LAlltiE a.ND ENT1IL8IASTIO MFETING OF . the Twentieth ward li d | eit.u iit 1 n m t .a .i-1 iub, hold on Friday evening, ut Hit h'Use (it Edxard l/egn.tn. corner ol Thlrlydhlrrt Htr. 11 und Scvcnili av. inn- il.e iniinvlng named ollleers wt re ele.-ieit, v!/.:?Patrick Devlin, !? ?Ilenf John It. F iriell, \ tee l'r.-?l.l.'Oi; Edwin J I) ,jttaii t're.,s ireri anl l'rntt. I? K. lt jn .ldf, Sen-.. r>. The meii.iK a of this dull are reiptrcti- M . mi m on >i n .ay ev. nliil!?;h l-isfnitl at Beigan'a Ha l, T>i r>y aeu n 1 street, k-Un n Sixth uud S(;vcl(th avenuua, a', a o'clo k 1'. M. lly or i r F F. Itur.vOLns, See. PATKICK DEVLIN, Presld't. AT A MEETINO OF THE FRONTIER GUARD, HELD nt 73 James direct, mrti'T of Oik, on 8 .tui-l.it c,\-nlttn Knv' ui it 16, resolutions were a ople.l for He lorui.ition or an or.anUatlon to l e know n i\h t..e Fioati T Asto.Inti ?n, tor lite aup;itrt of candidal no, Union ser.iiin n!.*, :.i the .-Vn. ing e.ct tlon, nt wliii'h John Sullivan was e. ceo I'reMdcnt Joseiih PlaniK.iti Vie -I'reg'dent, John M. K'lly, Tri unirer' i.n I It c urd Pi ire, S ? remty. A mis iln^ u tn'i e li-ld ut 73 Janu s' street, on Wedn ?d iy ev nln<, Novt uilt. r 'Ji. Mem bom are r "itilred to a .lend punctu .liy. By order oi' JOHN SULLIVAN. I'.ciidenl. Richard rRica, Secretary. AT THE PEOPLE'S AND UNION MEEtFnii HELD AT 63 Gr.tenwich street, Jos.-ph Maucr um i.iiaiiimniialv nomlnat.'d for Counellman of the Fourth 8 -n iiur.ai <|i tr'.fi HLNKY \ ON G LA H.N, Chalrmuu. n. Martin*, Sec'ry. rpilH FOLLOlVr.NG DELEGATES FROM THE DIE J Cerent clul. s of (_?# Twellth Aldermanie diatrlei, to w,i ? ftldll tllR Wli.lKiMGMUN'S vko* tuk NATIO.NAI hkho t.mKrcNOKXT okmockatic auric t/xio.t cttrit or the Ctl'S or TIIK ItiliHTBKNTH TlVKI.'TII ALtllllM ?n?e p(s. ?1.KCT10X Bl.sTRIet Or TBK Tr.AT. " ?LKTRHTH WARD. Jo^ph Bclldslieim William Morwin, John Lm Icr Patrli-k Kearney, L ui.~ A ill, ' Michael Fitliey, Fraud* K?r??, Patrick Run nan, c ur,e li. i.ri,., Michael llotioghoc, II n.y -n ifm, ' O.;r>rK0 W Grant, I'hil |.j> MiniV mbeek, Michael Mi Coy, Mu:u:icl 8 :linelder f ran. J Mel or. Charles Berg r, John MfDonold, W lllam SehToss. James Donlnn. from tuk tutii sv\ ITOKa 1. rno? tuk wonxisumeh i nt- msTmctcive miiciiatic ci.ub or tuic Wiiheltn ?U;v**Ti! ward. Martin D oo!d.' JA Brr' George If l..r,ili, Charles Gorman, M |) t h' ler John McAroe, D.ini?l Wnbi r, Timotlu D.vyer, Chris'.i. n K li'el, J.itnixTtilon, Gttitileb Km/ Patrick Fay. ller. ni m II tiifL Andrew Ctill-m, Jtmn Ktuk, James Mdl er, Wlillan Mn, r. JamoiiKevnolds, riu.v tiis i.yir, rivjr, Edward Ml Gelrnh. oiutic v<io^ 'uvn o- xtn raoM run Yot/KU mk.i's or- skvkntki-.hi ? u o Miiciiatic association or .lames Nimh TIIK EI.EVKSTH WAiiu. FredericSchiiialeu'ier e John D. Murdock, ,S Hero.I, Geotge J. llyrott, J,,in, Seh'mltt, ILiiUioiomnw Doncgao, Henry ?. xiniin James Matks, Peter Albert Mlchaal leore, A.I. i:' Ki'eelii, Daniel I?. tteijnn, Christian Bn .hof, Rob> rt Jones, Ftiwels llernes. Dennis McCarthy. Dan.el AM FROM THE iar.VK.NTIl WARD ntOJI T.IK 1 KVl.sTll WilW DKHOCRATIO IILUB. DRMtiCIIATIC I I.I H. Pa'rtck Gall tghan, j??. W. MeGornan, Charles Hi t me, n I'llne, James Foi:er, Henry Slinv, ''tiiiies "iigni?, I'eer Rogers, John 11. Al nil ii, T.Cihill, Kf<'lwir<f I'oo^un, j?\ j,' llynijn Eagle, jl' Oon ler, ?lonti Green. John McK iv, .lithn Murdock. James N ingle. Mu had Gru'-r. prom tuk vou.no vkn's union tnOM TIIKCKSTRAL ItPriO' ? A- ?,.??0i- TIIK KLEVKNfll Tic ci.ua or tuk kiv;\ k>rn n'Aliii W*""- Joseph Hurtling, N;ireiN Bn.iKiumour, ,7i>)?n \? ? John Rowan, .T?l,? .IttiiiesGantr, I'etci Br.-e llc Charles MeNttlly, I'hil!,.,' RrHr, Friinel* Gl.'. Tin mas li irns, )\ .lllani Mr Mullen, WnLer It. Ilovi. Uo.try Arwell, .lubti E, >loser yiillim tiiinnors, Louis Fraley John?. MeLicruan. riion tuk iiakmonoi'S ti.vioy rROM 1IIk jamks Knxr ciu?. ULt.'n. John E. ll irtiiKin, James Dm ie James Kelly. Tho nas FlAi.erl, Martin Bums, |. rsncls Hughes. '!? ?''vhie, Nicholas Palmer, James Hogan, .luhn Mclllide, Win. J. I1 It/patrick, E Iward Sullivan. Jacob llexatner, P. Partleu, Bern.ird Fay. p. Collins. J unes Dotielly, K. 8tilliv.ni, Peter Coyle. Thomas Carr. Assembled on Thursday, November II,at ll.e Ine - .? Mai n Msger, 230 Third street, lor (he purpose.**! it n;ir niin; i iaii(lt(lati^bir Alderman of the T.iellth Al lene ... tliatri.-i and organ'/.ed themselves liy electing Jo'.n I? ? |.? i rhalrtnan, and Joseph Bclleshelm and John \S. >j. ( ..ran as secrelatlrs. Amo'lotiwas made lo nominate Bernard Keif i- '.it. !', dale for Alderman, whl-h was currl' d uti.iuiini u -.v. Tlie following Committee on Resolution wit... ' I i r, wll:?John Harlmann, Fletcher Turner, John !.??? I .lo'in W. McGevlran, Patrick Kesrney, Jol.ii E. Jl .tames Na*h, Andrew Culhuii, liartholomnw Done^au, Dc a- It. co, Owen Keetmn and Jtdin Ruek. A motion Ut publish the resolutions In the H"ial<l and Sinats Zelttiucss soon lis convenient was er. e ' also t motion that when this Ci nveMlon adjourns It r iii n.i,. i? ,, itntil next i imrsday night, tor the purpo^u ol*uo?uii?Mtiiuj ?ht' charier li k?t No further hnsineis being before the Contention It we* ?dlmirneri JOHN D. MURDOCK, Chairman JOSRI'H Br.l.USRRIM. i a.? . Jobs W. McGkviimn, ) s<!l;r'tai ies. At a meeting of delegates from the various deinttcralle ?"be of the Twelfth Aldermanic dlsiriet, heiil ai Mmter's Hall, 220 Tiilrd slrecl, mi Tlmr.dsj , veiling, N. v. 14, Hdl, lion. Bernard Kelly was tinanlmoiialy liomfnin 1 cainll date foi Aldcnnan, and a committee of olio irom each eltih appointed to draft a series of resolutions expivssiv. t.f >he sense of the meeting, for publication In the Hetall and HtaststteRiing:? \> hereu?, the unnecessary and enormous taxation of HIIV city Is sn nvll uppressh e to every cliLen, and one Sy which all are alfeeted, It therefore liteomes us to use onr uluiost en deavors to slay the tide of Iniquity and polltie.il corruption, which. If unchecked, must eveutnaie in our ruin, an I whereas, we lirmly believe tbst the lo'crest of our ll-li icl re (ltllres a ? hange In our representative in the (Simmon Coun cil, and bnllcvinf! that the system of primary elections and packed conventions Is contrary to the spirit of our ltiMitti tions and a fruitful source of corruption; therefore, lie It Resolved, That wc n ill use our inmost endeavuis lo s. cure the election of lion. Bernnrd Kelly, wlio, receiving Ms nomi nation direct Irotn the people, Is iiutraniclle l hy obligations to any political clique. Rest Ived. Tital we believe Mr. Kelly wll: fulfil to the very let er his pledge to attend faithfully to the Int 'rcsls of the district; ami in him we reeogulse a inau aro ,n I whose polltl e.il record there Is nolalntof Japanese sivlndlcs or "rins'* aiiuclstions, iitid hcuce worthy ol our stippori. JNO. N. CORNELL Prtsl :?nl Eleventh Ward Dcmuuati. AnVKlnttdO. POLITICAL. At a mketino op the citizens and taxpayers of tbe&evi nth ward Fourth AIjm manic dlairict, livid M 46 Kut*rr? ?ln el, > 'i.iuM D e Q ww nominated for aldertnaa. J. Olkadon, Sec'ry. UEO. W. i:I1a( E, Chairman. A MEETING OK THE MOZART YOUNO MEN'S UNION ('In!' at the S?> enleen h -v*rd will I ? liul.l, < n Toonday evening, Nov. 19, 18*', at Aiu-iikireh'i Hotel, No. Savenue A. corn>-ruf Plrat ativut, at 7>? o'clock, fnr the piiriwa of ea d-<r?ln* the Hon. Fernando Wood for M*' or. By order, John McCarritr, rtec'ry. JOHN EUAN, Vrealdeot. /^ONKOLIDATT D OF.ftMAN UNION LE\Ol'E. "J Couiirllii.ii lc Noiu.uat ng t.'ouven Ion* will meet nn Sunday, N reuilici 17. 3 o'cl'K-k P. M. ? First Council matilo di>l i . Rothnmnna H"tel, 19 L Hoe.imrd street; 8"cond I! uiuilntMu dli'.rict, ?t H rtn< tiGirden, Bum enei; Ibi ?' Be'lmmiie dian i l. at 11 liner'. II del, ? orm i- ?' Nineie -mb Mre?t and Th rd aviun": Kourtk C unci manic district at K ege * lliewery, Thirty necoaU *i" e beiwe n8i. au<l re1'? o'li aven -a Vuienn uli Nomina iug ' on union. w I meet on Tues day, November )9. ?'H I'. M ?8 .-ond Aide-manic district, i, Kuek i n Mo el 29 Paik < reel; Kourtl' At lumanir lim it. t at Runk'a 27? ()? .'reel; sixth A'derm uic rii-tr III, at Mr lit' H 4*1, I" D*l?? *y -?i*e.. h?fc:b Aid r miiti ? 'liatrlct Vv it v n Oeruai'i-cu. Urann wt; I. ntl? / ?? rninK'illitin L .ii'li? 8 uiHnllouar.ro. twelfth A derm nic dis-trlil, 220 Th -d atiic-t; V. ,-uth Auicr. nil,111' dlUrlCt, *1 Si'l irm g#r'? Otel, ill 8 . ond av n hu rt th Aiiu'riiu'Slc* dinirlet, tWnkena' Brewery. F fty. litli uri-'t, c.nn * of Thud ?v huh- Seventeenth AI or a anlu dl>trlct. ai 1'iler Becker >, I2Sik atrial, between Niutk an Ten h avenue. N milnaiioi a r School Officer* re to be made In the t< roial tvattl* I jr Wednemiity, No- mbe- 2(1. Dr. II. Wi! HELM, Chairman 0?0. MiltfUOtT, I Kwrelli. iea f. B. IlABTHilKW. NEW YORK. NOVEMBER 17, 1861.-A RKOULAK weekly n>< eting ol the Fourteenth Ward Mechanic A^-o-Ution will lie held ai H7I Broome street, on neil Toe*, dit.v evening, 19th lu.t., hi o', lin k p eclaely. Aa bualncaa of Impurtmrii will oi-tranaa ii d, punctual attendance of all the member* laearnvatlv reou'*tr I. B\ order. ' GEO. DEBENHAM, Chairman. Troiias Mohan, Secretary. POLITICAL BANNERS, PLAOS AND TRANSPAREH el'.-a of every- Ueaci iptmu u band and to o.der. IIOJEK A GRAHAM, Arilits and Muuutacturere, 9i" D lane atrcet. SIXTH ALPEKMANIC DISTRICT-DEMOCRATIC RE p ilillcati r g dur n^ inin .t. n ? At a meeting of the con vention tor thi? diatrlrt. held at Kunti'a H'iti-1, 77 and 79 E'jii-x atrcet, Nov. 15, IM*1, J init'-? Heed a aa duly nominated for Aldermnu n t'-e Su h Ald?rinnnlo dlatnet. JAM KS OAItl'Y, o tlr- K ' rie nih ward. Chairman. CLKMitrt Poapicx, m lite Be?enteeuth ward. Secretary. rni?E propr.F H >'vion AssortATrojf op the nine JL toeuth ward. Invite the a ruilny of the. wcli dlapnaed c t kens oi the w r ? o t' e .:*? ucti c, a IJly ?.%d peculiar QV n- t.? oi the.i CAt.tlidnto In AUcriqRu. OE'tP.OE M. H ARPEL. TIIF. COMMITTOT OS REGISTRATION O - NURSES for the Ar iu Ih in (teuton every Mo .day and Tliura lay, fmm 10 toll -'elo-K, it room H, Oo ;i?r Union, where appll eijllons *r?- rete 1:iE MF.MBEKS OP THE NATIONAL CU B WILL ul I TO l'rlnce n r- I on M oula evening, at 8 o'clok, to fanmct l.ualin at of lniporlance. By on!er K. A. MK.f. '-uSit See. lv.>j:T. 0. Lt'XK, Clialrm'n. ryi!lE WORtUNd^KN'S DEMOCRATIC UNION CU'B 1 ul the P'l.tr-f tith El etlon ?li?trlet, of the Seventeenth v arif?At a regular me' lny of tseah >ve, h Id at John Pay a, 2.10 East Font te> i t - ree\ n Saturda;. evening, Nov. 18, U w., r? Hi.iwt lo Bif.|nrt no .ueil i ?: theensulri(r?leetlon wl-o is known t h- n la or o t. ImoM contractu to tj?e rr olle works T e club Invite nil rue and loyal ueutocratir uu.l workin: n:en of the -met to jojij llyni, In y^cr In cary - tit the aliove prltnl,.e'. Oil I not'on nie club ?a jourt e 1, to meet on Mo M (3orr.it, Ser-'e'ary. T ?i">v evening, Nov. 18, at the nbova niiiiiiicr. V. CL'N.N'lNOHAll, Preeldont. 1st ward Washington i'ni jn cU'b.-a mektino of i iltC itt> v 111 lie held at .1 V'o.iiiv aireet, on Monday evening, Nor, 1?, at S ^'eMck. I.y on'i-r o DAlf IRT KENNEDY, Chairman. Mtcu \*l FtTziirnAi i>, Becirtify. 11TII WAUD UNION DEMOCttATIO CLUB MET La 118Sheriff atieet on Saturday eve 11114, over201 pe pin present, Lawrence Delitny Pre d (it atid Mr. Cat' Secretary. After the mi-etlnu waa called 10 order, 'h' fJhalrniau ad (*r Jed the mee Inn In behalf o' I'eter Mlhell, Esq., f(* Alderman of the Klxli'li Alderinniiic d>alriet at our no*t elec tion. The men ting udjoiiri 'd 1 ! f h 'l "i.l! of tii" eliair. LAWRENCE Df.LANY, Prenldent. B. Cvrz, Se retarj-. Jo'tit L. Sunn Treasurer. "I t)TH ALDERH VNIO DISTRICT. I -j At a n-g.i.nr meeting of tho Independent Demoeratlo 1' |on CIuo of Hi - Po'irti'enlh el -cliO'i Hinrlct of the Seven teenih ward, liciu at2ts East K mrteonth street, when, upon 1 alilii f m'the roll (a m tjorltv of members helnr* present) and rcaillng of tb? mlniilesof th? previous meeting, It waa duly movi it ami aneon e I iliat the tn m era proceed to ?e lect he indldate for aald A'd'-rmsnic rtl rlct, who nhall re ceive tlielr unnnlni itn cndorseniciu ai.d Mipport at ihe en Bulni< chnr ei-elec on. AI 'r i>-elimlnary i|e)iair> It w.ns duly moved and seconded that Francis 1, A. B ai e, me-p:c-ent incumhem, be and la hereby nekni>w!ed<< d an t enaoraed u" our candidate for said AUIermanic d'atrlc*, and that our exertions shall be duly cxlen ed in his i.chalf for the follnwins reasons, via:? Pint?T a' he lies proved himself ful y capalde by hi* Ann P'-rsc\e:ancf and iietion In reference to having Tomp kins. Park rctl'-emeil from a barren waaii-and disgrace to ita pi' ,s'-!il mi: t ry r ix'ltinn for Lb(- lienelit of the families and children of In const lueiiti. ,Sc itn!?His ile.term-us inn 11^ a member of the Board of Al l rmen, in ''eni.tndlng a committee of that bo ly to pro ecd to A.bany to rcumnst ite uu. n ,i S ale oe.iatora, and to urge upon th nt and u> assist iu Jcfeatsni! th# unjust legisla te of the Albany Rei'.en y Thiril?'fiin'. 1'r.mcN I. A B ' le 'ias ever proved himself the li .end of th' working man, not only within the limits of his own district, but at all timca vw.cn app-aled to by the wi r hy and deserving. And Curt In r, tliat be ii is ninny briithl ami redeeming prln ciples, which justly clr.ltn for lulu and recommend him to the consideration 01 the volet* ol the Twelfth Aldennanlo distil t. Ami that we, the member* of the Independent Demoeratlo Union Club, tender to him our full lupp >rt, and solicit thn co-ope ration o ail Sound tli.nkmg voters of the district. I'ATKICIC HAG AN, Chairman. . I-'ii UfCIS D. Ddsai.ji.son', Secretary. QTIt WARD ?"THE UNION MUST AND SHALL BB preserved.'1 Por Schoid ' 'oniioisatoiier, JOHN 11. TRAPP, Lawyer. IQTlt WAItD ON DEtiff. V JO A meiXins of the I'nlt<4 Indepeiol.nl Demoerat'o Club will be liciif 011 Monday eveiilui, at o'clock, at 213 avenue A Oitl/ens are n-'p-etfuHy invited maitena, as bu bine-ic ol iuiportance will I e transacted. Kv order of l'HILIl' MrDERMOTT, President. A. Wlisotr, Beeietary. P. Mcliniun, Treasurer. 9"l ST WARD.?WORKINGMEN'S 1NI0N DEMOCRATIC i Club.?Ai a meeting of the above organisation, held at ?IsSS-'c-.n 1 avenue, corner 0f Thirtieth meet, it was unant myus'gr resolved that a in-> t; 1.t .- beld m the same plac- on Moi.tlny cvenln* next, at 8 o'clock, to consult and consider the cLtlms Ih'.'UiffetCIJtcaii'.n'U; i 01 our "iillrjge 1 al tba coining eleciioti. CIIAS ItiSUKN, President. Jno. Cai.i.ah.w, Secrebtry. Of)!? WARD.?I NION DKMOCRATIC NOMl\ATI05f. m?i t'HARLES KAUNDEU."- foe Councilman of thu Seventh 13 IiOST AVI) ItHMl. DOtl I.O.vT.??ON PRfDAY APTF.RHOON, A LARGE bl ii k co.oi, d Dog, w itU Itrin lie 11 l.it'cd legs; answers to J the 11 line ol .I n k. A It'^fiv1 rev. Jt'd 1 l!i be pild on his return J to 350 West Nineteenth al reel, b ilow Ten !? aviin*, Dor; LOST.?A .SM ILL BROWN TU'.'.RIETt, WITHOUT any ( i i..'??, p.fi. v r i > ? na ??i I'itiky. Tiits Under . v. iff lc su':t:ihtv 1 ".v.i- ?*! <?.,? i ?' .niit'.,: It f ? {.? SevaoUi avc nn-, UcU/eon fuiru'tni\i ui'nl Kourietnuh sis. 1 (?.sr?I.N MnVlSil Ki; VT 122 tilirv.SE STREET TO I i IH.) Oreoti' -<t!???*?!, a> t Hiti'4. Any l>t*r'? 'ii i'i?!tiriiinx ll,( ?*??nti 1)1' <?r??? a<- will bft Kuiia h:y rrv\ ,r!Pf 1. JJENitlKTTA WATKINS. I ??ST-IJKT\VFsLN TWENTY sF.COM) AND THIRTY 1 J ifiur:.}? Hlr-.-nn nud Sixth r.vcr.in- u <; <!?! Hr icvlot, raiU ii! ? lhiM>>vt?Hr, af it- i* a .\ r ?vv;n\! will u?* uiven to tlis* I.tt? li i* by If.-.. inc 11 at *&} Wo. t T?vc; 'y .->.:t.ouil street, 1 (1ST ON SATrUDW ArTKUVOOK, ABOUT TWO f i o?-lock ,htt\v ofii Siii'n and in?\v-uth avetmcH, in F?>.ir f'? i*m!}i /?.??<*<?(, a tiil.iA i;?r. Hv re the u-'iove to .J < n N. Ocnln, blS the'finder v iil U > Muiubly re I ?'Sl . UN SATI* llWY. 1C.T1I INST., ON (iOlNtl FUOM i j i'ro\pkj^lf '.nk,<m t!?ft curntii t?r Tlimnps'tn und Ca* 1 ?'???' ? ?!. to tli^ i "? nor ol' iticfckt'T aivl T'.iomjison stuf-rs, !wt? ^ on t';e ^ropit s" 15ank ol N w York. Whoerer will 11'!fii'ii fti<' K-unf i<? li -i ':i, <.f JSha.!???,) cn/nvr or HlM'ck'?r a id Orii< dc streels M'ill receive the a whtovv an.I children. 1 0,;T.?ON SATIKDAY, N0VKMH12K 1ft, BETWEEN fa' two and four >V!i k, in i go, going down* or ? :i H; and .Ma?ii?on nvcuiit', bci '.'"ii Broome / ill i o? iii y ?'i;'h'ii '-'s., or in <>m? ^t?'?r?? on Br 1 way, a small fvi;tir,W Waf.J'li, t itain and i'tn. The iiiidur will ?)<> ftuitdbljT ivw.i: It d Y\ I'Mtv in); the <ania at No. ii'? Mudison avenue. Tosr?FUOM v WAOON, STAKOIM' i TWO DOORS j <???]? w :li?* Kvr*nijj.: I'vfa? ^ o.T: e, or. .Saturday evenng. at si'M it o rlot'k. a lU'Waipaptv parwl, containing two A?v<?nnt Hooks ami l^aperx, of no valno fo any one ?ave the ow er, $10 reward will l"? paid i'oribfdr return to the Sun new* l*ai?er a# they may h*: thrown a/, ay as ot' no value. 1U2WAKDS. \ Sl'ITAHLE KEWARD WILL HE GIVEN FOR TUB UX. ivi'irn <>l t'ntjrrs, tikt u wiih < 'omt, on Friday evening, I'-diii i'i? W.-st Tnlriv-fcixtb .- ivtt. rapri'N are valueloMfl ex ?.jt n? owner. May be left at 72 Trinity Building, 111 Broad v, ny, and no qnrtUonsa^kwl. dii) REWARD.?LO^T, BETWEEN TWELFTH AND Thfrtliith ^tr.-' t', in Fourth avenue, a ?:k ?ilk VaiL KEWARD.?I-OST, NOVEMBER 14, PKOBABLY IN Itiocdway, bt-twi-en Canal and Twelfth Htreet*, a cir ? nidi* vebow Breafttpin, with a lit tie ball of the ?tme ac* i.iehed. The finder will receive the Above reward on leavin| j at 8 Br' "Vt?rt pl.u-e, Tenth *trteu $r REWARI>.?'LOST, A SMALL DIAMOND SHIR* ? I I'ln, on Thnr*dav cvnninp, 14th inat., from Peek slip in rough H-ektnaii iff reet, (o the Fourth avtttiue vara at th? Pnrfc. Tb" Under will rotcive the a'?ovc rewarl by l.-avinj it at 112 South strMft. STEAMBOATS. ? M rmjfTStt I.INF. FOK PF.r.KSKIlX.-TlIR AURORA. K-.ivik ,l?y htfivt nlur tiaily (itirliuliiig .SunJuys , at 8 ji M. I, unit, at West Tenth nut Tnli tl-rh fitreew, Yonki-rt", 1 Imkiiiik*, lli't'bn' Kei7T, T.irryt'jwn, timK Slnt;, iUwin'ruw, 0'nn?y r?tnt Itnd Vpriii?ni'k'?. UTEAMEK LONG ISLAND LEAVES JAMES SLIP every ?'?* t??n'l?y*en-ep<ed), nt 2:43 T. M., for Noith ijorti making tiiu inlciruetllale Umlin^. R?timilng, loavei Nuitliucri ?t B.SO IV M Kurtt froni nicn Cov? 2?c?-nui-, from Smiil*'Puliit (.nil Ureal Neck, lO'teoui. Freight from oico t'.ive. Hantin1 1'olnt ami Crent Neck at hilf tlie usual rtitea. OCTLISTS AND AlIRIMTN, Alt nm tAL EYER.-THOS. DAVIS, 48.1 BROADW VT N?-w York, prartteal mnker aud inserter of tlu- Artiiiola llumi.n Kyc ot k ?uperiyr kind. WATCHER AiOJCWBLRT. Diamond jewelry for sale at a pac'HIFK'R A few desirable articles ran be lirnl ii|ioii em iy b|.|iIIc% lion to II. W PLUMB, dminoiifl broker, 612 hroi.nvay Ofllce hours only iitiiii 'J UU W A. H. and 1 till 11*. M. Monej Vj Wan,

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