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NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE.
BY GRBELEY k MoBLRATH 01 rRIB?NE BUILDINGS FIVB &OLLAMB ?, YEAR. MM.. \ll. |M, \KW10KK. >10M>%\ 1'IIIMM.. MHI'IHIH ?J. I ?? I 7. WQI-B **? *?t NEW-YORK TRIBUNA ? , EW.TOMC U.UI \ KVKRT MORKINO. ?UN DA Y r.XCKPTF.D. A,r Tb? Trtbaae Bulista?", rorwr nt ?prur? ? nd %?????>? sire*!?, ?MipwMte Iho t il y II... i A.,1 d?liv?r?a l'C.i'V.".- !*.. feriar i--? r* ?... ?l-?n the? prefer, tnsv ? ?> P?? ?? asvaoce M me P??t for ?'.? ?Mitru-r ? year?; thssanjsrar? Mm - OD . " .... Lr ?o???n. .o advance, ?nd ths pap?, in n) ci? ? a ?\???dbsvon? th? ttme.fr rwh ch ?i.?p?ia <?. ? ? .until io: ??* month? Tun Dn:??r? d ?ovan, ? ?.?uli?d u? ?U ??oh?na?? with rocnlij Nswauapet?. H ? !?.?'? - * '? <V; ? ">*?? whOM M -, th?n thoee ul T>ir rail? J>r. ?'? no? ??lowed IB] 1,V:?0<S iriMt >r a ..... Y, . I ....- ? ????Hm i . ? ?' " i? _ ! CSfU S i - , "il?-' * I ?.Mr Advertisement? /?" ' 'ru ? '"'" for rhe .?it -n ?nrl Kt or < ?eti for *?rh ?ob??'}uert on? 'i ?'-rf. Jliiii.ct' Fl'MS?*! "?" ? "V --...,...? . . ??< ??cie? fjr All ?o??f*'??n??nti inifit.fi in Oik pipar ?rr??' K-V 10 tb? SWrsaa| wd r.*?u:B< | - . THE ?ni'WKRKLV TKint NE , . SjRSSS^atw WsMMSwasjsw ?nd Sati I . ?? rj 'i Fric? ?-> f*' ?nn-irn T? Sfis* '?? >EW-YORK WKKKI.? TIIIBI NI 4 KM iiitiCT PAfEJ Foli THF OOI NT?Y, . ft pei ?SWUB, m ?dv?ac? I" ro; ?? for ? NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. ELEVEN DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. ARRIVAI. OF TIIK Ai ADIA. -1 ATK OF 1 UK MAKKETS. TABTHER FAILURES. The steamship \< IMA arrive?! at Boston at It o t ?>ck on Saturday aiterir >ti sJhaj a boisterous passage ot sixteen days tf.n. Liverpool. The P.! to? in? m a lommirv ot her i .>ni:nerc?al intelli f <? .c eive?! by Telegraph Hour und \\ inni Market. f oreigo i <.rr<-spMidencs of Tb'. Tribun. i.ivKBPooi.. No?. 4? H M Be?t WssternCaiiRl Floar i."?? u? .'?s6.1 perbbl ?Jetan"!?'! and Alexandrin ?*? ta IN] Philadelphie, ?ud Baltimore 2?s to Wt . New Orleans and Okk Vi to *7? United States and Canadian MR 2li to i'i? United Statua Wheat, white and mixed 7a ?d t..-s per 70 Iba, red ?? 6<1 to 7s '?d. Indian Corn ?" ? to 3.1s per ?carter Indian Meal 14 s to 15s id per bbl. Oat? 3s 4d to '-'s lOd per 15 lbs ; Karley. per *0lbs. 3s to 4s ; Peas, per .'<?)? lbs, 3*s to 40s. Of ail branches of trade, that of Cora alone sbowa tie slightest symptoms of animation. Before the dty of the departure of tho last steamer, and for two days subsequently, the Liverpool market was cjorethan osaally dull and declining;, owinp to the pressure olhea?T home arrivals, with a limited de nund. bntaslikjht improvement in the money mar ket on the with imparted a better feeling, which was trreatly stimulated by the advices received per Hibernia Bi?ce then price? have steadily advanced to our present quotations, at which they continue firm. Tbe demaiiJ (or Indian Cora and Meal for Ireland bis been remarkably great, The arrivals of Eng isb Wheat in London last week were upon a fair iTerage scale . but the show of samples was small yesterday Belt 'ted qualities of both red and white wero La goo?! request, but in all other kinds tbsbasioess was trifling It may be (airly presumed that as the supplies of foreign Grain and Flour will be limited tins Sprier prices will maintain a steady poaition. Market?. Met?is.?1.8 Lead,in bond, XI.> Wsto *>li l"s, BriUb Bar Iron, per ton, i (| >s Tin Plates IN to it* per box , Tallow, duty paid, per cwt. If* ^d to 4is. Tar, duty (ree, per barrel, i4s to l.'.s Turp?n um. r?arh, duty free, per <wt Vs to "-s fid . Bpints, dity pax), per <wt <s t?> 4is. Oils?Lard, duty !r*-e. per ton, ?M U> X43; 8penn. duty pal?l. per ton. j.-.. M ^., Whale. IsU tree, t.. c^n ?26 to J. -'?' Ashes?I 8 PoU. r I n per cwt . Pearls i ? Hemp?Dew rottevl. per ton. ?Ml I M Ha sssiXM?XM flnps in Bond, per cwt. M I s Rosin?iluty free Amber and Yellow, pei cwt MrM Linseed Cake, duty free, per ton, ?| 10 I ? 1 Pitch, duty lree, per cwt. is kj .' .<? ?d. Tobax.i, Irom \ irgima Leaf faded to Maauia< - hired, ?d to 9d per lb. Bark Quercitron per cwt. S?w York and Philadelphia. N to 1 is. Hides wet ?sited. 3fd per lb. dry 4,d, K.pa td tanned oak btrk 14}. hemlock lid. < omroerclal untl l'iuaiicinl. The dismal state of Trade and M^ney in this country, described in our advices per Caledonia, ccmtiiued |o exist with unmitigated seventy up to ?he irUh uit wh?rn the itovernment yesterday, yielding at last to tbe popular cry for saccor, au tiianted the Bank o( Kuglanl to depart from the Bsuk Act I 1*41 and to mako advances on ?ox! security on sums of not less than Jt'O 000, at intsr sat after the rate of oifsVl per ? nil A striking reaction at once took place in the fuuds?pabla-confidence appeared to have ac?|uired a fresh impulse?produce became in better demand, and tbe entire fabric of trade indicated returning strength and vigor Tbe accommodation, however. , was found to be miserably disproportioned to tho necessities of the public, and the result has been, within the last few days, that trade has almost wholly relapsed into tbe same state of torpor and alarm From tbe manutaeturmg distriota particularly, advices are of a most unsatisfactory nature, many mi..s Laving ceased to work, and numerous others working short time, merely keeping open from mo tue* of humanity to the workmen, and to preaerve the appearance of occupation It is therel ire per fectly clear that the preasure cannot be ameliorated H the Bank do not extei.l its a?.ounno<iatioos Meanwhile it is utterly impossible to sssaal any ad equate idea ot the fearful ruin whi^ti must over whelm every department Of trade Day after day instead ot dispelling has but Osmj] ?sue! the shadowsol approaching calamity, which. though perfectly toreeeen cannot be abated save by tie int?rptaitwin ,.| ths Uctciuuilnl ?ml tt.e BsiiK I'resh failures to an enormous extent have takeu place within tbe last fortnight?many of them, o; the oldest establishments in the land, and all arlecting in a greater or lesser degree various boutes who hav? still continued to maintain their o-rrrrt The lands, which lor some ds>s following tbe de psrturv O? the Caledonia, had fa'len to a point of depression beyond tho recollection ol any iivirg man. had consideiably revived, though suffering ? > ?uve fWtuatione Monday is reported as having been comparatively a great day the funds lonsiderabiy On Tuesday tho rluctuatione were very rapid Consols opened at an ad\ anee of 4 percent, the qaotatioiis for money being H] t(. t?.'t from which (?oint they steadily r?ee t?. Bouis speculate e sales immediately took place when ^>rice^ decline?) consiiierable r.)a\ the fo?jflsj| was easav in tbe Money maraet ami .e?s uiisteadiucss was perceptib.e ? Corsots l?>r money were .jUoted at - j to fts*. and f.j to N] ?jr a OssSssj Bank stock is wortt; Foreign stocks are merely nominal Mexican leuis have fallen to l'? 11< ? ??enerul Imrlnaence. TLe Pope's rescript has been receded, condemn? ing the proposed Romsn Cstho?K Provincial Coi <*r? "or Ireland A feeling of unusual sorrow an? "^appointment ha* been cause?) hv it Tbe Catbol:. Bishops ol lieisud have addroAJed the Lord Lieutenant on the ?:ertain re.urrsn.eol thsfamme m tbe spp.taching Winter He promi ?ss ti.at Oo\ erement w?l interfere for the preserva t?a ol human lite. The affairs of Bwitserlsnd are ?Ml approaching a aisia-the bsUigsrent iorces are it' mi v I eP 'llier and ho?tihtic? *:?;?' ' table. A r?conciliation ha? takm piare V 'tween tb ? ? n;M '1 'f 4tt Mhirtf"y ''.nain--. Bi lab HllMltl I ia ' hari?i-(i ? M a frauduier.t kOT**) <t H' *?!? in th I real*, j The Hibernia arrived on the mormnir of | '? after a ron <>f II] day* from |?M *%? Durhei ! 4 < ?ricane reai lied Havre m toe M tu 'th, Ne? ! York and uueeu aw the Weit. mmi .--?ruh Handi 1 Oxford and Waa h in .non frnnir MA Hn,r\ <"la; ? th Patrick ft* - ? Amhaaiader ?' Bl i'ntrj' K ? lb Hare'? will not tail u-itil .lariuar\ The London Ranker? obtain ? H' In xm urn ?? Peel'? UiiiiU ol I. ut In nil Ketrulnr ion Act IVvl'? ?tul Kolhaihilil'? laHrtlawi ?vilh lb Kremier noil Mr <'. Wood A < rim? looke fur K *nnday ( nblnel i oiinril 'I lie Pre, ?lire I ?nimm? Loi i i nnw nl MsMMeWt | Id In !. IM?i mini? in ihe Hunk li pro*? Oeluaiie, anil I? Kldleoled by lhi< Time? < HltsC? of Ihe Pli?"tirc < ?!> vermneni he i unies a Monf-\ -1 ,i ml* i A >u?pen?lon o s"a?h I'nvmrin- Predicted Opinion* of th Pre?? *?toek? Jumping both Wnye-Not n Ihe \\ or?i \ci Hunk Note? *cnrc<* ni eli Hnnk. featlgi f'ori-e*pondeace aj 'f he Tribune. I.0.VD0N, Vor. 3, Is 17. Since i;i.v letter* were ?ent by the a: ; Wmtknfton, o? BfUsfs*y week, but one ?abject ha occupied public attention. Thia ia the Goremmen i meaaureof relief, aa it i? falaely called, for the mei ? cantile and manutac turirif community It will be remembered that several iaflaentu deputations waited upon tbo Premier for the pui : poae of prevaiiuiL' u;>ori him to adopt ome menaur , far the relief of all clasaea. Theie depotationa r? d no fJMpangwMM H ut a deputation i /,'jndon Renk?i? of great Influence waited upon I.or ! Juba Ru?se:l oa Saturday, in? | 'd n't. and ???? d for [ relaxation ot lb? Hunk (;b?n?r Ail. Ilarou llolbachii i hid ?n Intervi. w with ti e Premier on tho (?me day. an I Mr R bert I'-ei bad an lnti rview with the ("bancellL , ol the, Kxchcjuer. ,'.:!?.ra were rapidly approaching a j extraordinary cr?ala Miroiter* were aware ol tbla fat | lor on Sunday, the 24th ult a Cabinet Connell waa M iat Lord John Kuiael.'a official residence In D iwnlng s which lasted two houra : On the following day, Mor. 1 day, the deputation of Kaokera. beaded by Koibacbil . and Maaterman had another interview with th? Pri mierand the Chancellor of th? exchequer. To? n-in of all tbeae meetings waa the vlrtua aurrender of th IHnk Charlar Act, aod. coaaequently.it waa tur tb? mi ! ment auppoaed that a great relief to lb? mercantile put lie waa Immediately to follow. I!ut It will be aren tbi the puMlc have been disappointed. The Government a?nt a not? to the Rank of KngUnc in which " the deepest regret waa expreaaed that th . severe preaaure upon tb? Commercial inter -ata ba ! be?n aggravated by a want ol conhdence. and tbey cam i to the conclusion that the time had arrived when the; ought to attempt by s me " extraordinary ?ud tempi ! rary measure ' to re?tore confidence. They, therefor? ' recommended to the Bank ol England to enlarge tbi j ariount of tbelr discounts and to make advances upoi 1 approved aeeurlty, hut augmented that the rat? oi tnterei j ahould sot be leaa tban tif'it per mt : The Govern I ni.nt at the aamn time, promt*??! to propoa? to 1'arlla i ment a bill ot Indemnity for th ta Infringement ol th? ?x tatttiti aw Tue extra profit derived from thia m??suri th? Government recommended ahould be carried to ttii acrutint of the public ili>- Directora ot the Rank ol Knglaod held ? < uuri and resolved to acoede to th? recommendation ot thi '. ?eminent and that the minimum rate ot dlacouu upon approved aeeurlty," on blfla not hivlrtij mon than O.'i daya to ran, ahould be eight per cent. and tht advancta wouiU oaly be made on Bills ol F.xchange, oi Btoek and Kxchi ijuir billa, and other approved aeeun !:??? in suma not less tban I I.us wat tb? great measure if re,lei This waa thi ^?nacea tiiat was to reatiee the country to a health] state Itwts to glvtrconfidence, revive trade, uiaki money pli ul> bold up tillering u.. ichniits clear awa] ail clouda, and render r.vrt i thli.it bright and al ? m^^. .? (,Ld ??i thia it did Hccomp'.isb, but oniy foi the mom?nl Tb" (iovernineut measme ????? leeelved with juj thrnuifbcut th? country rtwaj like the uugh of tbi fool at the ray ot sun ?bine ' The mensure proved i MmIm It wai welcomed by the preei and the peoplr with loud abouta and then they cast It tr>m them ! The Ttat's ridiculed the measure. " Jt Is a remed] tor a temporary panic ' says the T'tnu, not for a real a permanent and an increasing preaaure. Will tb' pressure laat ' Tbe 7"i?im aaya, ?SB)' , beeauae th' cauaea are atill in operation . hrst. John Mull is ratbei deep in the booka of the foreigner . secondly Im porta are likely to continue very great, an 1 exporta ar* ei tain to remain very low. 1 he Hm/t repeal* that thi measure will allay tbe panic and increase the pressure Tbe Bank Charter Act la virtually surrendered ? new prioeipl?l* Introduced. Government now comes forward as a great money-lender. It propoaea to bolster up th? credit ol the country uy increasing the circulation . bul tbe Tmt? ?ays that il an "impossible attempt.'' When the now principle It put to the proof It will be aeen whether "we can diminish the gold In the Bank with out Inducing a panic, a run lor gold, and other diaaatera tai more aerlona than ihoae which it waa the objeet ol tbe meaaure to obviate. The money article ot the aemr loduenttal i.mrnaJ prediria as the final reault ol tbe meaaure ' a $utpr>iiion *f tptrupayment." On another . 'ration, in a powerfully written leading article the I rmu taya that Government is uow lu a position to find ' Itselt one day alopping payment, and completing Hie iltl ! ol piiucely nvroanti.a bouae* that have aunk under the atona. it ia not a little aingular that tbe writer of lb? money article In the ?tmrr and the writer ot a tlrnllar article in The IVAsjbm should predict a suspension it specie paymenta by tbe Bank ' The i'ai.'y AVic?. which it a liberal paper, referring to the (ioverumeut measure, aaya. thai few ih.nga ao mo-nslroua will be recorded in history, butine moo?iro?i ty ia not the taviit ot th? (iovernment but ol tbe law which letter* It, and which. In distressing tbe country ha* disgraced the Government and the Bank Into this measure. The Morniyi Brraiti cal'a the measure. - a ' burlesque upon tbe term r<u?/." and in the term eight ? per cent" Internal (or accommodation the UeraU 'ads a gennral sentenc* ot bankruptcy pasaed upon Brtuah com ; meroe. Suspension will iberetere. '? be ta? order ol i tneday. The Morning In atigmalisea the (?overn ment measure a* " a legalized piracy on thoa? who will i ?utimlt to the plunder of tbelr capital rather than aecrl 1 flee their credit," and aaya. that it directly obstruct* the ' execution ot foreign order* fjr manuJ'aciurea by lmpoe ing an exorbitant discount on loe buis seal fur payment. Hut the meaaure was al brat receivnd wttb up.ili?J ; band* among bustMM men all over tbe country, ltw** only a temporary demonstration o! gratitude Stock ' roae rapidly It 1* true. I'onaola jumped trom T'l t I ?l? in?i y riw per cent, but they jumoed back again' Mouey ?u scarce ?nd discount* could not ?e obtained. This waa laal week. It Is the aauie today. The \i?rr n inst Htraid aaya thai no prugrea* has beau made in tue real..ration ol conlideDoe ? i aa to facilitate accommo?a f. .o beyond the immediate connection ot th? banke inde-d. "it I* pi'rtectiy vain to look I. rd:*couuU tiryoc.1 these circle*, and hence ?n Immenae mass of bill? of ex change 1* (or all present purposes '.:ko mere tuto pkp? r." Tbe Vailf Anas aaya thalpeop.e would err ?rle?. us.t ?l... iu.au .?i.uiau. mat ' we are returning again, a.. at oaee. to the flourishing timos ol l-IJ We ir? eco log now to a sober state of affair*?no mor? Tbe eoun try ha* much tribulation yet to go through " The Morn ing P ?' (ay* that the preaaure 1* not over, and " what ? ha* aiready takaa p.?ce ta asnothlag to what Is coming ' ihe Hrru.d says that the pants of UtS had not all lb* tearful accoropanlro?nu uf the present long-continued pressure. Thla^ournal speaks of tb* actual p.js.t. n ' the Hank ol Kuglaod. It requires a atuck ot lour ano : .i -it* ..I bank n .les. but on ins * id the whole o( Its stock was reduced to only sUyMTJM ' i bus it waa olear that a very **w day* more would have brought the whole . stabosbiuer t to a stand (till, with no bank notes lor either dlacount?. advance* or any other purpose* whatever ' The Htraii ?aya, that to have left things to have taken their, course, would have been tantamount w a toppagt of ?u Barn* ?J Ungldni The UtraU regard* the Governm*?! meaaure rather aa ' a clap trap delusion' practiced on th* publie than a* thesjber eonclu*ion it mei taking an expanded view ?! the actual condition ol tbe country iom the manutacturic?; district* lood complaint* rench Ihe met: op..Ils The i..ivernmrui measure give* no aatiaiaciluo The Ma\ckt*:tr instru?an, which occu otea the aarne pvMiti m aa] ot l.ooUon, aa the T**** do?a b*re..a?y?. that bet?re six moolh* ?ball bare paaeed w? ?hail hare occaalon to ree.-|nl?e a* ft? result* tw ? greater maguitnde. and d:Cicu lie? ol lncreaaed Inten 111* anoece**ary to give the opinion* ot other k>ur :pon the pr?tent (Ute of ai ?Ir? Kor month? 1 have repeatedly stated that the worst bad not c tne In July. August and 3epi*mber I foreWli like events M the pr?tent moment. I w?* no doubl ac cuaed ot taking a wrong viawv . M>tiihr eaa. 1 was oon vine? J that :l wotjld prt?s ? eorrvet one Tbe journal* of the day will ah w weettw 1 was weotig or right lu forming vaj opinion Tbey. howsrwr. do not always ]?*\|a '.inpartlaUj They have dlt-reat intereato fc.. ?ci vu . . .ti* 1* eran no w b> n- rueant _?*r. Th?r? u , lull?a tesnporary rt??l?an exnauation o? the peale?a general bop? thai miaja will grow batter, bat It will , take week?.nay months, to restore ?Saira In the mean, '.?me trade will continue duii. the revenu? will ?ufar. moaey will be ?caree tallare? will take plea* aod a general gloom will bang o*?r the country. The European new*, ttnee the departure ?f lb* ?team er Waahingwn. I? not loaporteait. Failure* bar? taken frsws remstn? ?r ? rj. ?v r .otlnuet exceedlns v am- - letter If ,'* ether u>p ? .errant ? Vanterons Failure? In Britain I oair? CY I . lonilnrr ..' MnmhiM. i I nlnu it? n U ( nl. utta "?ul.ef.nr) Mnnk ??hull. ?I.ur. ? iiin'l.i'i Hunk Norili sn.i *?oaiai Wal Hniik HniHl Hunk, Liverpool lM?rre<1li hie ( nn.lhlon of ( ertaln llnnkrapc Pin Hrmtttan?-.-* for Ohio LlrV ln.nrtr.rf a Trsst ( o -Barclay, Brother A (o Aim union? Noteholder* and Depo?itors In Ir land ??per-le e.-nt to Irian Bank? Mere N uonel (.rant?, lor Neltef ol Irelanrl >lei mi. oT Parliament in November- More Fe. nre? Looked For Muer*-one Bankrupt?-!. In one ?waaaMawa Tr-r.de I>at11 ( oiron 1) pre??..I \n I m i> t "\ernent in l.rwin (?per lives Idle A l.omlon F?>s. fin- l. nee I I Be Irlbune. . | I regret that I a I _we aaoth ? hapter of commereial disasters s<. ? ? one short week the fail'ires in the metropolis a through i .t ?M OOstsstrj ?.ave b?M ? | n will caase the d>?epest syi i patby is mention? 1 th* highly esteemed \.mer?. bo'ise 0? M'-ssrs. Cssstsa A f of Hroad Chsapside Their stoppage was announce,l sm terday and ? aused mach surprise, for it was re s.dersd a ?tie and prudent bouse ibis fallare ti atl buted to the non receipt of rero?tan. et from tue : nit States The bouse bad branches In Liverpool, Mi ehester and New York. They purenssexi tu ? Isrge ? t-r.i tn the manufacturing districts, and exported America an Immento quantity of wo?len and eotti I goods. The manufacturers will, therefore, be the or. psrtles who will tustatn injury by this failure. The ! , btlltlei ol tue cororn are supposed to be about ?l? '"''? and t?eattet. ' *,;i finally yield ?Ma \i trade tn America has bsen good there is r'as'.n Vj tuppose that there will not be s Isrgs surpl leit Mr Coates .?it universally esteemed, and w OOsaaaaTOsI a shrewd settee, prudent merchant. I 1 w?a much respected by all Americans who visited Ls don. It la remarked in city circles that If such a hou It c imp -lied to tiop. what establishment can be ?spe? ed to go on. A serious fsiluro took place at Manchester ?>n the '.'7 ult. Mr. Hubert Gardner, a merchant, cotton iptun and manufacturer, lie was tbe proprietor of sevei large mills and employed several thoussnd operstlvi ' His liabilities are n I ettlmsted above ?100,000. whl bis assets are put down at ?luQ,000, but a large pt tlon ol tbls amount is locked up in India and China, which StMSttrj he thlpped an Immense qiarti'y r goods Mr lurdcer w?t aupp'wed to be the wealtl.U i saanufactur.-r In I.aneasblre, yet be found It lmp->as!i t a'li asoney Vj meet bis payments sod wat eoi pelled totuspend all hit eitenslve operations The la'lure ol s.essrs Srott Belt \ Co Ksst Ind 1 sg?r.ts and genera! merchsr.tt of London, wss not pu Lcly snnounred till the ?Sib ult. although tbey stopp? ? on the ? id. The aereptaneet af this house amount A2t80o<?. and tbe assets are J?3.VJ.O0O ?in the ssme dty it was stated that Messrs. Chari Sntkeriand if Co pr?>duce brokers, bad atoppa-1 . ir. ! were, however, able to go on wltb their business tuua i.t.y. Tbe drafts I 1 the Mn Ram of Calcutta were r futed acceptance ou toe same day by Met? it (;,;n I Co Tula was the largest o| the India banks, and it laid that its bills are tab Messrs J?iravs ? Hatear? \ Co drug and colonial or I kers. of London ?topped pa>ment on tue ?7th u.t. It , s firm of high character Its liabilities OTO ?75.?eA> at ' the assets are ?100.000. On the Ms?, Mr I'atruk f>. tktKan- a West Indi merchant ?t? pp-d payment His ?sbllttles sre vet heat y. but the ?mount ls net stated V- tter.iay tbe ateppage if Mr I ? C'-rtu. In the ok trade, wss announced Tbe atasWerf Hank and the SkafU?bnry and Htndf , Bank, csrried on by Messrs. Brodtt. hsve stopped ps ' n.-i.t Tbe depoiitors, It Is supposed, will be grest tu ter- ,-t The Directors of the Forth and aVttfJ Walu Bunk hat lttued a circular in which tbey state that the ?toppag?. th!t Bans was caused solely by " s most cruet an ' groundless report which gut into circulation, sud ?au . csuaed ? run upon the H?oa. 1 he affair? ol the A .?a. Bam of l.trerpv> ar. ? to luru out very SaTVOrafel] The .labuiliea ol thia Hau i are nearly uns million Stsrllas, BSU the whole uei. ai , I..u'jle that amount. 1 he / Igsej tiyt that a dit , deod <>f is lu tbe pound is certain, ?nd II may BalsBSa reach LftS A'?out hall s ml liuD of the cspltai ?4 lb? Ran was lotued to tbehrm ol Mettrt Barton, /?..im '. // ?-?? ion. ?A Liverpool, whose .isbl mes are x not yet knswu bow their sflairs will turn out Thei has been |?W0a mismanagement In the ? ? . ai Hank Messrs ?>?, tin?tk* fr Co. will not pay more than 4 I? the poun 1 Ineiraasrt? amount to on.. > . ? tb.-ir llah'.otiea SM ?.J0.91J. l'he great house ol Meaars. F.rani-. ?geAtM 4/ O . it , now stated, owe *4?>J - U. a.i 1 IfeSil ?aseis are onl ?llMMl This eonceru bss turned out t?r worse ths | any one out ol ?11 tbe recent lallures. Messrs. Joans \ H't itam Morley will pay 10s.tn th ! pound. The failure of the Salisbury Bank has caused muc 1 distress amoug tbe depositors The butine?? of lb? tow ls completely stopped. 1 here ls scaroely a meroban 1 tradesman, farmer, cottager, or retailer in Salisbur) n I oue who attendt tbe market, who had not notas, or thai ' all Invested In tbls Rank Sannld tbe windln? up prov at disastrous at some tear s vast number ol persons wt be rui: Ths i.?Lowing failures have recently taken place n ' tbe manufacturing towns lu Manoheater. Messrs R ir J Furbridge . tn Glasgow Meatis. ?Ctasaal ?ti..'?. 4 G commission agents , Mesan j H HoldttearxK A ?an, machine makers and cotton ipn uers , Mettrt. Kug.iur if Link. West Indis merchants Measrs. Prawn, ?i'titon i, Co. torelgn merchsnts li ' I'reaton. Mettrt. J aaMsaSaS, msnuf?? turera in Black burn. Mecart. Hod/m ,?, Britriy. sptnnera. M?'ssrt .vassi^ au'i 4- Htri ia> jd tpinnert and raauutacturert . Hi. Juki Barton, In the ?ilk trade. Mr. H. //arvryai cloth ?g^ul and Mr. Ingittk. manufacturer. It is announced that Messrs. Banuu. Hoart ir Ck o 1 Loodoe. have rscelted remittance! from the Leite?; States on account ot tbe Ohio Lite Insurance and Trut Co." of New-York, for drafts drswn on Messrs (rortr I I Co. Speaking ol tbe balance sheets of several of tbe bousai tbat have recently failed, ths Ttnn says nothing mort disgraceful to the nation and merchant princes, as tbei , sre called, ever appeared In tbe public jurnala ol Eng land. A meeting of tbe creditors ot Messrs. Barcia/. Broth "t ?V Co was held yssterdsy. when it appeared tbat tnt total liabilities ot the concern are ??1>.-.504. and the to tal asa--. Tbs liquidation wiL be s very ua favorable tie as a vast amount ol property Is sunk In tbe Mauritius A dividend cd Us on tbe pound It promised, tut nothing like that amount ls expected to be reah/ed by the creditors. Tbe estate is to be wound up under Intpsaslloaa. It it said tbst tn.. continual failures m Knglsnd and OSstS partlcu.arly the reseat stoppage? of seversl joint stuck bsnks. Laie .txctled much alarm among the am?. M le bo.dert and bank depositors In varlout districts In | 're,?ad, and that tome of tbe bankt there hsve espe rieuoed s demand tor gold. The wesltb snd resources , ot me nankt p.ace tn.-m in a p till n hi meat any de maud which csn be msde upou tn-.n, either by note holders H d?pot:iurt Large tarns In specie hsve been tent v.-r trow, tbe Bank ol England to tbe Irish bankt t any tudden demand upon them. It is announced tbat tbs Bank tat IrataSaa haa raited tbe rate of discount ir iaa m la - per cent. pr. .uiu? apata s : r ngith and Irish bilis ot whatever date. Ail lb? other Irish banks must adopt tbe same scale. This stsp has been res dered neoesssry by the condition attached to the tiov eransssit measure ut relief . tbs puMle uf Ireland are ! thus ob.lged to psy !| per cast, mure than they would : have had to pay had (i.ivsrnment not Interfered. Mjney > howsvsr. is now to bs obtained, ?.though at a grest : tacrtfiee \:n un tbe nrst Important questions that wlii oecupy tb.i attention '. 1'arllament will be a Mil of indenmiij . to if.? Bask ol Kngiaad. and tne Cnjii: s o! Ireland c,'iestion. It is believed that Ministers will call for mor? ' money lor tbe Into and si., recommend ths Govern ment to provide food for tbs pour during ths Winter Although 1'anlsment w..i assemble on tbe ;?th inst the U^eeva will not deliver ths Roys, fpeech Uii lbs ?Id. With tbe exception of ths important news from Swit -r and. nu pol?tica. Intei.igence aa Interest bss istsly >een rserived from say ?uarter I ..??morrow .1 expeetsd to bs a very ?my day in the city rireles. as a vast number ol bill? la., das on the 4th ol tbls month, aud as it Is srh. a.m St akiposslals to ob tain discounts M farther extent*, ns, It Is believed tbst several lal.urss wui bs announced on th Tbe pressure Is now extending among tbe tmailer class ol latatesa in the metropolis and throughout the | Last li'gait Gomo* Cuntaina ao l?ss thsn Itr. all one ?arusa is tb? ast t bankrupts at : ? taoindes i.niy tbs bsckrupu trum Kndsy. lb l'uetday tte -i l'be accounu trom the provtnoas. received in town to dsy. arsg.uonij. Tbe stoppage of two or three banks Is t pokea ot. Tu aWStersi trsde ol England remains la s vary da..: sute Tbe Liverpool Cotton Market u mata dsp.essed snd pru as are on lbs declae at i? ths Cars Marseu. buweser. Users is aa unproved demand.at h^ber price? A vsst number ot operatives In Us manuuscturisg district? sre sow out ol sst^oyatant, wail? tas ral way aoorert an being discharged from work by Usas tanda Iks ?eiy great Inipottasos ol the ..uinme.es. newt ai tas present lime must be my apology fur sot (Mag th? llsrary snd otbsr Ughter gossip ut tbs hosr Last evening the metropolis was snvsioosd ?a s dssss I..?, ?such rendered erossm? tbs streets very dangst-.ua i o-day it has beata so dark that candas and gss have been burning m many ewub-isbBtenu ta ua city I hsve bsen writing by oandla-llght all dsy Your vsry obedient servant. P Belief (.rniil/H under a Threni In ihe London Hanker? The liana m a l?r ? ??traxta-I.e I ?hill, ?.ever? Pre??nre in the Mimii Mar kef Alnrrrtun, < ondiuo.i ot ImUiiiiI ire?? In Lndlend -( ?*linp 1 rule m n ?hinil Opinion? on the Meal, nn \V?r Halaiice el Trade in Fever ?f fh?- I ni:e.| M(MM N. ? Mail Knur via >ew-??ricwn?> Kelph Va'aldn ? iiieMaa-CalrirnrJea el" Cerina in led??. i ?? .3 i'. -r??p"ndeuc. uo?. l.uvo'V November .*. I*4' Aa the fjovernment ineaaarc is tne pn .ctpal topK | Of th? ar???nt time I will ?*'.?e in thi* letter two ? extra.- iiuary fact* Ml ? ' i ;. The I ? : rival? meeting juat before that measure was h.?.wr. t at wt... -i ....i aituai ? t i withdraw ail ' j their depwait? from iL'Hai.k ?. r'.?,..-.e*i.i ' Mr . .iraedialery bad ?a Interview wna tbe Premier ens' the CbaaceLiur ol Engtasd. aad made known to tn-tn teta fact. they became alarmed, atd at tVMBfwa i ommended the Bank to ?rant farmer aooommo-; tbe public ' Th? Rank w?? eo ri-duted ?t thia Ume in it* re? a* tbe Id ' ? " ?"? w that it borrowed . money on ttoell at the rate of seven percent an : . it to their customer? ^n the eeme aeeurlty at eight per . cent, and charged nine per cent?n the discount of Bill, ol tlxchaage Tbua tbi* greet inatitnttoo was borrower i 1 and lender and uturar at Ihe aaane moment Tbe pertu...? position o? the Bank last week ha* beca > a fruitful topic of conversation among mercantile classe* and ha* been severely bandied by the pre**. Speaking ; ot tb? recent Government meaaure tbe Morning Pou o! \ abl ?t bat say? The Rank r-tarn to th? 23d of Octo. ; ber suf7.clet.tiy explaioath? policy wbtch took the town somewhat by (urprlse last Mor,day Tt? Hank accord ing to It* own return had but a million and a half In ' -nut n .lea to carry ou Ita buameae both in London and Ihe Provtncea. Wank the private >*?p sit*, liable to be drawn out at any moment. ?m-un.? 1 I and a ha t ' I.et u? hear no more of the humanity of the Chancellor of tbe Kxrhertuer exc.ted by the terrors I and calamities ot the mercantile w nd. ?he business t ol the hi.aneial Minister* was to ?ave a great establish ii.?i.t. which owed right milden* and a half to private I tad sad . . n note* and st441 Ml ; ?nd si.v?r c In with wnl-h to pay. In ease of being'? N I th? Minister* h*re intended ?? We Hank to he.p th? ?trui???lng mi-rcanti e ? .mi: unity wbea tn? condition i 1 an accomm waa fixed at the n.r.lmum ofaifbl ;>*r c nt. in which u?urlou? uaar.ee th? Government wa? t-i (bare, i t*.t indeed wa? a str?ng? sort o I rdhf to person* seeking accommodation on good honett aeeurlty W hue II was geueraily antlelpaled that money would become easier after the step t?ken by the Government, yet tbe reports trm the city ?how ipilte ? contrary ef tect. The Hnald of Saturday lut taya that no a.tera ti in ha* taken place In the condition ol the money mar? ket and certainly no relaxation of th? stringency with which accommodation I* *aorded, when it is given on any terma " We cannot state tn?tany arc gres* ha? been made in tbe realorati ?? so at to facilitate j 1 accommodation beyond th? immediate connection of the bank? Indeed, it is perfectly vain to look for di? I jLtt be* nd the?? circle?, and hence an Imminae mass of bills of exchange Is for a. present purposes like mere waat? paper " The Hcald (Ute* that the gloom was (tt'l farther Increased by the announcement that ministers had resolved upon assembling i'arlta ment In November, at It It a tacil ?dmisstrn ot the very treat dlfficultie? which bav? to be (urmounted. " Tbe critical and alarming condition of Ireland begin* to oc? cupy the foreground In the picture, which, with rap.d.y spreading diairestln th? manufacturing district*, and a.ie ciinlcg revenu? ar? sufficiently appalling aod t ui -lent-y urgent to require the eariWal coosldera'.iun of tne legt* '.ature." The ?ame ) uroal, le Its money article, wrltteu lad evening says, tbe rate* rh? ?our.:?, so t?r from being In any way rel?x?d. ar? man ttrlncent thai. ever, it U utterly Impossible, indeed, tust tb?y i t.nue to be paid much I .nger by any person Inti udn.? to prosecute a irguar builness with : ? and in? remit mutt be that everything will bt) brjayhl toastend as la already tb? cas? with the (??: *j tr? I?. The news respecting tr.e Mnlran War, received by the last ste?mer. was looked upon le a very unfavorable light. Th? Morning Pitt remark? mat Mr. P. ? it blam?d by hi? countrymen for having mad* the tntereeta of hi* Nation to tar tnv tervient to his personal object? m to send such * m*n aa Mr Tritt first CsaTs In Ihe State Ii.partmeol. H ?i.-ute to i ?enera! lot :t as t .tne terms ol an ait aug?iL'rtil with Mexico It it considered, says tbe Po*r tha'. bad CaaVsV It been permitted to follow up hi* *ucce**e* and ?onolude a peace lu his own way be w n.M. mitant oie a candidat, tor the |'i. ?i.'ei.cy IV? t.ii? It IwOatghl r ?? Vr. We'tt-i asad "Uo r abb) ?t?i??m?i. ?t.u might tifc.c '. to bring the War to a termination A rivalry among tne principal meu of tb? United .-?tales it be an obstacle to so desirable a re? sult, and tbe small force und. I th- American com ? manier it in Ihe weauwt.i.rt. be.ieved to be in exit etna jeopardy Th* Mrrmng Bmtti ?ays thai there is not the ?lightest probability th?t there will be any impoitatlon ot specie from the batted States worthy ot nonce for a considera? ble time and tt s. kvi. ui. says Ihe Ihr i.d, thai the large Importation* of fid, in addition to tne ordinary inter change ol om-n .dille?, hat placed th? ' ?lauce ol trad? much In favor of th? lulled ttattl ?id there I* conse? quently nu probability ?f th? rat? ut exchanga advine,i.g | to (uch a point (or a .. ug i.u.o lo MPH at tu tender it ! advantageou* to remit in specie. Th? truth it tnat there I* very liltie ol tbe go.d drawn In Kurt pa romain ] ing In the bank* lo the town* on (he eaatern seaboard, a ' .arge proportion of it having pa.ted Inlo tbe banda of ihe producer* lo the Western (fute*, and the Mexic.au War ha* absorbed the bulk of tbe r-tidue An Important alteration In th? ?bam communication 1 between Logland and the Wed Indie* look place ye* l terday. when, for the hrd time, tne Royal mail steamer 1 left Northampton on h?r new roule intending to extend It aa far a* New Orleans Mall baga were mad-i up for that port and a mall wilt be sent regular.y her? after, on th? aecond day of every inouth lo New ( irleant. th? poatage M (i*fi* IsM 's * ?me a* that bow charged r atla.lfax namely nd I We have had a distinguished AmeMcan writer ia the metropolis during th? paat week?H^lbh W ai I r.a?Otr? ?Bu arrived at LIvajnoei ry in? p?i?.-i? HiuAingUrn Irting Tbe Afua. Kuut duordisi? calla bun the eminent American i.**ayis.," and saya that he wul te- one ol the gueals al Ihe Maacbesler Alhei<a.-uin. i he ! Guardian goes on t.. remark that : Mr | t-rtoc Ills a mod auperllaou( U> speak, as tbnreare lew indeed who 1 are not acquainted wltb his Werks he has deservedly 1 attained great eminence, both in f.urcpe and America, by the vigor and torce ot h.a writing* . and all wi.l re? joice at tae opportunity thus ?rforde* u\ hearing him >n , such an ausplciou* occasion, on hi* first visit to thlscitun i try. ' i have not heard that Mr. Einnraoa la yet engaged t lecture at any of tbe metropolitan institut), nt bulbe ; will hardly be ailewed to pa** ?gala through London I without showing blm?*lf to the publie, who tally appre | elate hi* brilliant prod jctiont. The London Mercury, of last Saturday contain* a eom I p eta and moil Interedtng report ot ? meeting wbtch wa* held last week In 'Sols metr?poli*. In reference to the cultivation f cotton in India. Mr George Thomp*oD \ M. P. made a long and able *p-ecb on tae subject In whicn ae strongly advocated the great Imp irlance ot , Immediately adopting *ome measure to extend tbe cul t 'all a of cottou tn India, wbicn would mase Great Britain entire i y Independent ot Ibe I'nlled State* and be the effectua* means ot putting down ?amwmtj in Amer lea The report extend? to nearly tee solid columns sod that yoa may examine tt 1 aend you a copy ol the , Mercury by th? ma., t? l?y The Ooatrrer aod ail tne leading journals ot the metro poll* have contained ao'teea ot tne su.cesstn. attempt I my part t. convey to Tkt Tnbuna OJU4. copta* ?>( tee I O?seriti I t Ott ber .4 uy in? ?team- r Waintngion ? Cop:*? were also sent by tbe aame conveyance to the principal Kdltora at N?w York and hM i our very obedietvt ??t.-? r I iverpool Mar Lei?. For*igu Corr?*pond?nc* cf Th* Tr.bun? L:- rai . . N..?rioha: \ 1*47. tficss lb? iepertue of the ia*: ttcan.er th* Gavtraaeat ha* virtnally satpeoded ih* operation v! Uie Back Charter Act of \*M. with th* view of relieving in? Marcan::!? a*j*Bj*xaa.ty but th? edect fia* hither:? been v?ry parra. end lnco':? .'.?ra1 ? The Bank fEaftaad .-. tw ing ift* tutpe ?? ' 'nr'.ciied to act with sauen tant? n ?nd stririjencv tart-t i - ? t? rata ot lateraet above '.be rroais-iuni 1a*d rata I : eight per cant an? a.scoantuia aearcaiy aay papar aa?ar n.ne per 1 csat per ?naau, [u* llaasaMy M raaoiiog p-au ice at ail lia da co* ?ta* great as ?ver . eitner stoppages are ' ia'.y ai.n .!.<??., i^j th* -?'?-?' ?-.u giouni arr KjsjCM - Ida., abated ' ? n has farther deci.aed id fer lh ow-ag partly to I mor* taveraM* aceounta ot the coming Amvr.can cropVv last (teaaner ar. 1 th? *t:'l farther rartai.iaeBt I I - , ?ampi.ot. by tae .neicg of ai?.I ? ? ?nd working * - : i ? i.- : ss?. n | p. < ?. ? , i:. . I V| ? a.? BUI? |1 !?C -1 * |, u.4 ?? r I .Jr.****? | - aa. y ? .... - - ? - 1 - ?, ,-,, .??,, ...---/ v.-" ?? : i? < -.. ?toca ia i j* port wsw at?n eat* le aha?.: ] ata o*: ?? i -t - :? ? ?>? ?:. t ajo?: ?*, ??'. tx . i - ?'? -i (how* Lu? ?. i '. aatien tha ."?? ir?, ? : au adra ? ??' carril : -. ? - , . a and B?_: mere ar* -jtic'ed ."? "i (? -*'? k<* ? r.TU. 1 23a per bbl Indian l>rn ha? ???' ~ < ' day no?td ?a. tu U per lueron -ch - ? sel i lau. acune save?.a Imtiaa C?rn Meal t5e. lo l?a. aid. per a. : ta* bas. gene.-?*.y now basa a: Ha . at whist, sea.? ama*, ?a-?? have pees ?.?*? Taif ?ala?a ?sai ici li?d r~" (rai.y. I ? lu: ulii u . . . t y ai 1 ? : . ? -? . ?stoWN.'srilPLLV It CU rcretga Ce?**p?ncwae* of The T Liviaroot. ^ecneaCay N'ov 1 AtMif?Brand, late and ?T?l' Sute*. Pot. 17? a Jtei frert 9-4? a *4* h..ra?Pr.ad and Saaehed. OM. per cwr, *?* a ?e?. I t*cai MtddW?. free froe? hows le aalt. p?r ;wt. " Usg Mia.**, no :a. pet cwt. 1?? a ?*? . Short M?dale* ? ?* ? - t. Snort M ? ??'? ? ? . ? .-ira? M?M. r-s? n?res. ss-t ? N ... 4 ? ? ? ? ?- Fit:? ? .. . ? ?? . -??sen. x? a ... , - , . . ? ? ? ? ? ?e??ae?i MKid.'S?. 4* S . ? ?' -? Is sasdis lbs ' ? ill ... ? ? ? Had mm. ? Wss > . ? ? ? i v=1 4 ? ?' 1 .-??t*. it - ...->? .?ant an- .???.-. ..-,.?. . . Csasdiaa ? . sis asr 4! ? s t? ? ?s 1 <Jttm??l. r?v te :s .ltifi ?= r?r ? irrt ? 4t a Iw -?,-'?- r? ? ? ? I* Rt? p?. ? ? r ?. e-aa . ?? Kiln?- Bsaaa. B C and & ? F . I 4 . Haw??Dry, smoked sr dry la 'anvat per rart, JOs s ??<? ? M 1 I* - ? ? ? -. or? nary to middling. 4 ?? - ? Si I hrsSBS Meae SAaaj ... , ,ws?,,a. IOS a 4 Meat ... ? . f a?, per kha) . .'. i !?? Clorar, i 3s sar ?art, ?sty p? i. p?r cwt. \>? a . ? - tal i ? t h? ( n. a?r*-1 . ?cd ta? trace in th? amela ta dormant war? tbsis ri?oaand, low ratea would bs accepted by h Ms ot DBS n?w st IS he? a.r?ady - m? ? L , wat uncalled tor, aa? roMta no ?acoar*g?m?m. ?? receded la va. IS, is th? fae? of a . a -ad t: and .'iglit import?, th? daman? Seing ?erv lai a ? t. t top p.-iCS I- sn ?rita i '--v m ??rats Issaaad t * ataar* i-?s?sr has ????ed at the hi?!; ti|Ure ??! Ma, wing to il ? I ? \t raptdly g-.vea ? in pris?. sad, ?ves St the raduatiou nuted. th? weigh racent trrtvalt remains unsold, ths hoi:ie-m?a? , ? with dot ii ?a a- Stsry msrtsl A tew fancy bot? Aioailcaa h? ? broufht b?a, but ihl? wat an ?strains c - I :n Exfhsi under th? p ?ur? of BSS ? -? ? tssa . ite.i dsinsnu, ?u du.I and ssolruag, on improved feeling o the M nay mart* assess business, as? the arrival jf th? " lifbernis ' ths morning of :: . advices o? v--j few tl ? ?. which ?i our impr ? v as, a! which a amonnt of butinsss wa. tbs Ists for Corn and Corn-mei , .. . ? sea ??rther ad^an-' art i*tta irkstsa -e aour.aaut.i s.if p.i?.i with bo ? 'A ?at. while the snperab'.nrfan: European to ? < :hu low ralint vene of Rice, wi.i tend to k - i ?t?t Com snd Contales.. Laan htm J?e inerl m v?lu? ."t to It. and ** ? - < . . .it, deslert deelit to be huyera of any more t!.sa tbey reruns tor uasnsd consumption M > wita limited srr. vat tad a lair dsmi maintaini its vs as Hnax cenficuet without any :mpT"v?aieM. end he It in vais Safa? tatatl ato. aa of Prim? Me?? ?nd Prime ? icfon. s few sales ot Met? ^sing ths o trantsctini.tt. repor. . very UBVf sir'.vatsof Russisn, th? vi hsa dsclinsd 2s to *-t p. . trl i rs \. _aTlTT, DAY a ? I Letter from John A. Collier. The Senate bavin.' callM on th? Ciunillmlliail appointed to Codify the Laws of this rftatefor io! mstion as to the diiieien?'e w.th which they w? ? lis. barging their duties, Hon J?H.n A. CoLi.i relamed the following an?wer. Albany i-th November, 1S47 to the Uonnrahie tKi Senate The undersigned, ne Of the Commissioners ol I Cods, bas this ni'iruts? bsen favored with s copy o rea ?utiou ot the Senate and lu answer thereto respt ;iorU lhat the !?w unJer whloh the (uaiinlsii awWOWl appointed, provides that the ( ' .nrnia?: u er? shall ht t iriet mske reports to the LeSfjtatatOro, stbs to to do by s concurrent Met ISaalM of me Senate a Aasemoly. Waiving IS" i ., ?u ... SbaSSJ Iho powtr ?stumed. whether the law intended to vast thetuthor to csil for the report coateru plated uy this ret- lution 'Se Senate alone, ol which those wti | ?.ted lb Irai il and pasting the iaw. are. doubt eat the most tit jucg 1 tor himself Individually answers Firtt 1 nat be has. ss yet. no elerk who has been e pl.yed eseiiitlvel? or principa, ly In the butine?? of t C.mmlsslon. nor hu he preseated any account or drm any money from the Tressury. for the terv'.r-et Of s clerk. When this shall be done, tbe undersigned w e\peotto furnish the vigilant offluer, whose approprt* duly it it to see that no mon.') It drawn trom the Tn tury "un.'ts ?Lthor./ed by isw." with tbe requisite e ? tenee and vouchers 1Of th.' expenditure of the money fWcnd At to the Inquiry. ?? what pr"p> ill.m ot tu? atea and how ouch tune, tney h?ve aeveral.y devot to the bus neat ,i uteir ?ppolntm?i,t?. ?nd whether ih aseas the .. ..ess of their commission their exclatt bu.meat. Of whether they devote their time. ?l?o. to t pi? l! e of ih^ir leg?! pr teaai ct th- undeitlgned be WOtOOS t?y lhat wh-n thit highly honorable but u ? igktofl m wss cunferr-'d upon blm by the L.git tura, it tound the undeitlgned engsged in a somewh .'xuntive professional butlness, which It ?.mid sesree have been expected he Would, as be certainly did n reel at 111 erty to, at once abandon, and lnm his slluali. Ut tf.:t particular be baa not been able n'te ycn.r bon. able body to set apart daiiy tut-d 004MB, snd devr. tn.-m scrupulously snd exciuslvel? tn r rHelal dalles H ususl i thee hourt sre from seven In the inorning to nu in the eveotn?. but tbey sie certainly mwf sil uniform devoted to oiflclsl Isbors. but nre tudiect to occaslix. .nterrupttons tniong which he does not class tbe pr sent willing duty. As to the 'proportion ol bis time snd bow much his time, bas been .1. voted to the business of his s p..lntment. it Is entirely out of his power to ssy. Tbe undersigned suppose* binissslf to be sctlng und? the tame btgb official obligation and responsibility which the Senste snd the Commissioners are alike su i?ct Seeking no new professional business, snd d cllnlng such as threatens to encroach upon the timo t feels bound to devote to the public service, he ts etrcun sertblng. but has not peremptorily withdrawn from h '? tsional pursuit?, which the ?ppoiutment of (.'on mitttoner?limited, as It Is t the term of two years would scarcely justify. The undersigned bss ueverlh. less reason to h .pe. tost the tima may arrise? he wl not tay at whatdittant per;.. 1 wt-eu he will be resdy i compare bis hutnb e orrieial labor with tbe concede persevering Industry and exclusive devotion to the pul lie business for which the honorable the Senate ?re t eminently ditttngutthed and for which, even were otherwise ths undersigned li?t not tbe power, snd or tatnly will not assume it. ol csiling inem to tbe like rig: ?ecount. ? All which It respectfully submitted JOHN A COLI.ll.K Nsinta Anna. By the following from the N 0 Picayune I Nov. 12, it will be ?eon Santa Anna hu so'lei Mexico. Mr Polk, hav.au admitting toaee the grand trag edy performed be got up Tbe Conqae?t of Mexico on condition of hi? taking a prominent part therein is seemingly unwiliicii h? should leave till the par !or?nance i? all over There ls sh idl? story sflist that Santa Anna made v escape from Mezleo by embarking on tbs last Brills! stesmer from Vrrs Cruz li? was si Tebuacan as ?t as Oct M, as we mentioned yeateriay and could nu have eft as alleged We thought the rumor so Idl. that we made a mention ol It. but as others regsrd I m. re ser'.uusiy. we mske an extract fr ?n a iette: '?era Cru correspondent touching the matter I OJt] Tsmplco wsg hss dune' the authorities o tbst pane ' up brown' once more by mnntng a taw np on their: to ib.i esd that .?aula Anna rial embarked fruu thai city on She Lag uh packet lor thai c?jok fighting land M at y iu are aware ere Ibis of ols whereabouts. 1 w? ssy no more._ flT" I nere have been two !ate amvss from th? firaios at New Orleans, ay which tits .U<usssor?s fta? ol tbe id lost, wa? received. TU flag give? tbe return? of the voting ?I the pre einet opposite Matamoros Ths vots wss ^alls one stated, (i. T. Wood ned 13' oat ol 154 votes for Uov ernor of Tesss . Young received sil the votss <att. lor Lieutenant 'tovernor. and lisn. Lsmar 147 out of IV. votes lor Repressntstlvs. Tbs Hag ?aya most of tbe voters were Mexicans. Msjor Van Alea passed tnrough Matamoros on me list alt. bearing dispatches Tbe people of the town conjectured mat orders had bsen isssed fur sn advance upon dan Loss. The stesmer Monroe, bound from the mouth of tbs Rio Grande to I.avac? Bsy. had been wreeked. i Savannas ilspubaicMi ?nu*c,g DUAfPiaRaN r ? A jeotleman ar? rived Il this dty this morning, from A a.'it ta M? for th? pu-p.*e of ascertskiieg il oas of the oodles of th? loar onrwssinllsd pajOaM now lying in s tomb m the frying i .round was not teal of a brother-in-law. whu hat been m'.Mtng from Augusta bstwsen two and tare? ?v?ate .pon ?n inspection ol the ?feet? of the decss?e?. in the possession, sf Coroner Smith, bs o.i taf.tfle-1 that they were all unknown t h.m Tbs facts of the Jiasppesrsneeare asfoll w??od ?re certain y very su-sng* : Tas persea wause same is Wa.?ec i Wether. bss. ?4 years l ?se ett August? 2 or i weeks since, t.r Hato, win aUwOOOO Wita u.e last mien ot depositing it there. He stated to hi? w??. ata whom he has bea-n mar nad bat four mosths, thai BO atesM certainly ratura a tbe coursa of Ua day. He wore but asuai u ?v?.ing ?tetel and teft ass twst suit at home. K. trsoe.can bs Dm or the money and bts wife is nearly crssy from the ejects . "i i ?raguiin i.f si i, was to L'alU with Ins fsw months, he hat worked at his iradssss msehin is? si rrssn'.aghsm. ?nd Liaesr towns ta tfcrss ?taste, snd withdrew ihs money from a W^reester ..li upon isav tng for the East. Be Is ?Oslad to h?v? been psrfecUy t'esdy Q hsbits Fsar* ot latu sy are certainly ;ustl fied In tais ?'.H (ikastua Lta. Trsvsilsr. XST Too A nfuU ?,,iC<j.n ssv? that Ma>r Join Harris L' 8. Marine corp?, has bsaan ordered to uks command ol the L'. d. Marisas stshtoned at ths Philsde. ptussUvy Yard. C^nsasn awnaxd ?.u.lsss hss bees --e M. >r Harria of the commaad of the Marls??, and CapV Wm F. Stark bas bsoai ordsrsd H reHtrrs -*pt Doaajlss? ol tbs chars? of ths C utaing ?uxssa. oa ihs Norfolk ?tasioa. . Thf Trihurtr. Newierk. I.egialBiarv M Ul ???.:?? ~f 'S A l c tLtaJTt bor. i?-: P M The btil to repeal trie ?ct prohibition tne cirru- . lataoa of note? of *->rei?ra banke w*e r?>c?vr.*vj eoru p.ate Th?b;U? ?.?corporate Insurance Coanrpemee. ervd the Hill to provide for the education ei' rojore? cei '?-en n tear Yr>rk. were reported The hi., uvincreaae the capital of the) In toa Mu fiai lr.eurar.ce Co waa order**? to a third reedta? The Idtot At?! it btil waa reported complete 1 e G.- .?r* l.ij .ranee Corrpany bill was crjtn v'- civ'i ?hit moved that the bi.l for R?*. lief of Wm Kaxlford. a contractor n ?*mf 6mg ? be ordered ro a th r.1 rea.iin* A loria; .l?? bate foi owe?! aa to the raenacetneut of Pnt.ua - Mr. I .t'.v prevale.! A resolution wa* so >i eminently laid on the Ta hl?, that trie r*t?te i'mor. I'otnmtttee n.vectigate the affair? <M that pnavr it? di?e:p?ine rnanaee ineot. -Vc Mr F"t.?"M laid on the table reaolutioris of thank? to (ven Scott and hia army and that lien I ^e invited bj vi?it the State "The bill paaeed to amend the charter of the ' mon Mutual Inaurance Co Alan the bill makin?; appro Babg Btbg Frison. .faattBLY Mr. Bl Dont reported a Mil to Kedu.e the Fecaot County Clerk? Mr. IUthiri k> ?-ave notice ol a Mai to mak? tne Kecorderot New-York City elective The General Bridge Company bill, and the bill t.-anafernnc the Control of the Banking Depart ment from the Controller to the Treaaaret wore ordered t.- a third rwi TV btil to A.I. nt Military Claim? m New York ? - i itcC'inmutationMoney* waa pMae.1 \ i? debate waa had on resolution to adjourn December -, Loat. II to il. The weather at twit place to day t* very roil MiW.l OltK ULElTlf?. X.TVtM NlNATK Pmtxict Williams rFKig. Wrtirhl. ?etc Clay. Polk. TompklB?.3.11? |M. 1MB 4.01.1 Vate*.l.??8 l..v)i.t,0M IJlfl Seneca.1.87? 1.990. .W -J ^9 Total.<V6M elm...fS? OH Whig majority.?4t r .,ti me mi, ,i \XVItm wabaw.fl Pmater. Baldwin. rfktg. Hawley. Loco. Clay Polk. iteube?.1U.U J.4.<;>.4Js>5 5>j Chemung.' <?> 1 .>??.1.791 ujbt Total.4 - >.o6t.?.Wrj ^7134 Hawley ? majority ?4M folk? majority.l/>;8 VuTt ro* Ci'NTR'K.i.m.?A more careful addi? tion of the County ret'im? f?r Controller, give? the following aggregatea Flllmore.13?900 | Hungerford . ."?"II rMllmore? majority.38,a??. (iaoRoiA.? Yuto tor I S. Senator? I. Hi n John McPhertt.n Herrlen, Wnlg. Kx liov i'bail?? J Mci'onaid, Lvaw_ Hiatik Mr Berries ? majority . II. . ia Itt. M. M. ith ,'.th lion Wm. I. [?awson. (W'nlg).Ht? *7 ?i ?7 .1 W T. Column. Loco.*5 7i) tit 61 - Cbas Do'^berty.W?l? .. i 9 9 14 - tien Twlgg*.. . ? ? ? ? Tn We have not the ?lettering rote? Judge Dougherty wa? not a candidate Mr Col ? luitt waa withdrawn after th? 4th ballot, when > lien. Twigg* ? u? n?; waa tint mtuttooeil ry Tne Troy Daily /W ?f Saturday, kill* F.x '. l Me Do? ell of V? ? member elect ol the n.>xt Cunirrei? Th.- lit il.ivirnor wtlr he more *'ir prised than (/ratified at tin? new? It ia unplea? ant. Mr Webster ?aid in hi? reply to ('?.noun who liad tlirr-atened to carry an exterminating M war in tn Alma it n unpieaaant to Oe annihilated wild out beint' couiciuu< of it We rallier think that nxfjoveruor McDowe... not withstand i na; tiin aava?a demonstration of our friend ot the ?'oat, will yet walk about in tiio world even with twenty l?uch) Bior.al murder? on In? crown The lateat advice? from \ irginia left the F.x Oovernor. we are happy to ?ay. rapidly F0B*blsM BraATOR i?*'oM Al.taaHi?There ia Somewhat of a quarrel provalent id Alabama, among the f,o.'o? m regard to the election of a Senator for th>? next lix year?, in place of Mon. Dix<m H Lewis. Some follow that (urentlenian, and fouie Hon M: Kim, Ifljaw Minister U> France The great argument ad ? I iced on either side i? the relative extent of offl rial emoluinout ei'joyed by the .ii?tiu**?iii?lie.! %m% tlemeo , Loo Foco? put of, aa well a# iu Alaban,a, are iclilom indJcoi'ed by ?truiuror imniilcrati. a How mirn ? man lia? reieived. not what lie ha? ? lone, i* the primum mutnlt ol their wliole actim VV? preidrtie tt.e Wl.tar? in the Leajidetar? will he >briged to rietermine tho juarrel ; and to them probably, of the tw> 'andidate? Lewi? la mo?t agreeable He i? a man of considerable ability - in ?rr. qr*at iidging not only by hi? diameter and ? ir- Jrnference but in certain iotellectaal 'j .alitie? ?while King, though a gentleman, i* a martinet ia poi'tica, and adror?t?e and practice? obedience to ?vc/y order that ta?net from the official bead of hi* party. Daring a bog career in the V P. Senat?, w?:tlo not recollect as ooeaaion when he faltered in the line, or neglected the drill Verily he haa receired hi? reward ?crtariot? m Urt?ER CA??.r>*.? Two or three th?isand dollar? a year are paid by tbe Colonial author .tie? to ':?(. Egertoo Kynrsoa. a celebrated MethodUl pre?oh?r for superintending wkal la ?ailed Liucatl m in the I'rovluce of I ppe? Canada Th? Tvrnnu Ham ?ter a religious paper greatly admira* the reverted genlleman* Annual rjtaumem for Ita laconic brevity Th"re are. he **yt 1 Number of aehoijl* I 3 7 el | Number of children taaght 1 !????? ni>4 anner. J. Arer age period of tuition ' Nine month? and upward. 4. Teacher* ?alarle? ' Ha? r.'t near?. J. Hooka ua?d ? Not'.lag denalte I M-tho4? of teaching Ha? nothing to rept^rt. 7 Scfioel h *u?e?, their furniture and append I ages' " No ?peclflc information I Commoa ttehool I librarle?* ? Ho informatioa. 9. riehool l-and?' - Cea I ' tell m M aw?* how sxpended ' Home ama ?law? tbe Can? ada Government sent their lotell'.gent Hchool Hopertn i tendent over to frusei? to learn the regal t y stem Ia use | there . but he teem* not yet to have introduced tt on thia Wettern Continent. ??> far a* detailed regular re , toras o? prtgrru ?re euueawaed. waw I Mr C lav'a I et Hialino Hyeech. A corre?pondetit ot tie LotmrtlJe .lonmai. writ Ing ::..". LealBgtcn. Njv, 13, it;?. " The ?peecb of Mr. Clay wm greax ?ot In rlowag rhetorical aguree ol t-^ecn but tee?use of the great mase of truths which U pn.aeeted. It wa* great becaase , It waa argumentative and carried conrielloa to ?very | mind, it de.ineausd naoat powerfully au the evil* ol th* Mexxaa war and the rae? ese wtet? of money ?ad ( n.'jod. C ilng tbe land wltn aaourorr? aad iiapoearlatusg tne treasury ol ioa country lo a trl?nAi?i eateet wlchont ?v-n a shauow ?f hop? of anything In tri? ?bap? ni re- . imt)uraem?nt The elooueol speaker aald ihat war wa? . bad eo.ju.jh woeu lb? nat?o.!??! autor c*i?<i lor II and tl wa* wag?d la ace irdanc- with the Constitutional voie? | t tn- m pi? but thi? w?r (?>d he. I? ? ol^>i opo? the i glory o? the as?eo which Una? eaa never ?H?ce And i when Ihe o.d Patriot spok? ol hi? c.untry t honor being ? -piTtiH !n tbeeyeeoi in* oatJooeei th? earth, his uu* luagewrtthal fade??? ?.i ourntag Indignation. H? '? aw*:d??duopar?ii*i**?''orT,'J ?be Atneilcaaarins la eve- j ? ry oatlie faught u? M>xico, yet, a? JTo? w:U aa? jr j? a.? ' re*o.ttUooa h? -rgod the Immadiat?. adoption ol the i n y ; feasible mean* 04 terminating the war k'.s reeoluuon? w-re un?ci<B"Ut'y aJ -pt-.-i by tbe vast multitude pre ' sent lododlng hundred? of ladles, whose lovely coan I utoaneee (igeitied their ?aaoal It tt wertby of remark. ' I that wbaej the tyea aad n ?e wen- talo o daene ware but three aoee?two ot tneea .1 v?a by ratata Loco Foee* and I th? other by aa idiot. SciciDi?Re* Joseph Bennet a Prwabyteriea. 1 or orthodo?. elergyraao of the Orel church ia Woburo ' Maee. eomrsrltted ?atcid? tnta m >ralrjf by cawlaa hi? ' 1 throat- He waa about rrtry are year? ot este. He had ' beea out r-c?nily married Partial Insanity was probaniy ? tne Immediate eauee of tbe deed i g*at? Traae. ! Tnr > a cittern '(ailrc T;.?t ; f ". - ... .. it?. at.i., . \. ?sndt f: t.? II ual ? I ss opened wilt, u* utu*. c ?Ye I ?stStlay ? large ptrfy ? >? tt-vk holder? at ? #- . .it vft i>0 ?sjoset? sTSJs) st7? oajusiDa yv ??.lay. to par .letpstr tn the testtvlrtes ..I the ?per'..g ?,.j rants'?! cr.r the I. w>i: IU Ksshua, the Ces-- cd ?ad the N ruTn Railroads, reset* J l.eban i mn'.ioa fr Bas tU eity. soon aliar dsrk. bating bsea ttwaatstaa 'y sevsral si.?at accidents which trsrr sm i>ata .? h tM -iieapwetaoiy hasvy train Ins coati-sav agshtral ?40 perhaps oa ?Bartlng but taer ? was st every p. !o? on lU dos au aociunujtUun w a.oh tw> ... d the h' ?4 -. the a- n> ?-.- of 1 fon sa was eerJmave' N : ore t?- l rssiaaaivsa was reacted Thus baritas?, s train . f HO cars drawn by a kSOl m tow, made the Erst rU.ir ?J taeaatoa .to sat va-ieyuf tu Mascsxy. Illeeeoy ' ast a ?fctag tU ..",?.?, ,r?th.uj.,: ,.,r ?|t?olstwdretts r t i.isw tima the r. ?d has beer p ? ? < its cat* bsvs besas ruonksg regafarly to BealUo he >m thst p...ot lbs floe of lbs rosd is through iiraege, Csaeea. ?ad ateaM ?,,.*, T,U4_ o( l,*^,.? w(l?c\ ta w?hlo abou Urs mies .f th? Coaaeerw ut Riryr ?. . in? p.o p.we 1 u rmloarton ol tU tU HwrtaWia r- ad where ?I the mouth i tU White k:?.? u '.?.a? . . a win oa neot with tne Vermont CeatxaJ raad. ?n? witi u,?t ?ad tU ? '.- lensrurg road, form ? eoadciu?? tel t > the w? 1er? of lb? 'reat lakes As tb* traSn mtwsd e*)?t?t .-?. y ovar ?r? h?ls and far ? way, thrawdwf iae - u. ej t and ?orges and s rat anting the svwriastlag k guM of New ?Umpthire th? loba: i'uu ,-t the v'tlee*? ?? the way to huAdeaaii it wot us UkS ?tgBtwf a ratissai* ti -m was s new thing under the tun"?wvrs liai, ?vd upsa the hanks of the rotv4 al tU doors of ir ..- jweLug?, and at every other point f vision, to rash Id a .?.sis?? which, as a. roe d II Boa said they navsr erpeeUd ha then to wito.wa. ?ad ?4 whlah aol OOBSJ lhaer i?n .glaell oa at? patead anything te etnas picture The Orangeman the Can??u.;.w, the .?h?k-r? of Fa "??Id. sad tb? Csdars c: Lebsaee were.,, at t gas? up u ?ud marre, ?t the ?vane 1 U ?see as Mas*, ?a, i o and tU U tiles that dwe.1 ab. ut Le', ?n .c in aaOtfl niiojbera, were galUrsd togelksr I" eosnaw? meraSe this great rvwnt le their history festem*, we are load, la the age ?( saagntrictwaes and oi great tsmnisn rslswd a ?evy uf tharty ihobaaad asea, and ass* Ihttm as) to La>b*V ooo. tea thousand anxaath. ta ?ourses. Ta? Nosthera -? a' ... vJ In this ags ot Improvements had gathered to ?einer s host. I?e thousand Its a day. vytatj la nantt-e* witk the treesul the torrst ol l.ar.a?<a Verily egraaSs? thaa Sol.tnon was there. TU usprrvsdentsd crowd of vlstters tn th? p'a.-e teat-1 vary ?evarvly tb? hosnltallvy ol the cltUeoe f ! sbsnon Those who wars uasW lbs) necessity ot going to bed supper e?* howevsr. Ud lU i coaao.al.ou ot kuswlng that mea.? oa. re ware usabas In go to bed St ?11 Th? rush of hungry p. ople to the piara where tU cot ; all on bad 1km prepared 1er tU awoS Uoldsrs sU sweets rendered it enuj/eiy Impossible thai a moiety of lU company could find s.-. ownd?i! ne Mr Neemlth th?) Vrwsidswt of the mad. (.resided st tU least sad tpeschss were made tbers by Dsstol WebaW Mr. ?delaaf, the Mayoi ol Boston C T Russrll. F*q of this oily ? liruclor r.xiiov Hi,! and fiov Colo* ct New U?ma ?hire. Ki?O*. I'HaS of VstraOBl !S H Walley Jr of Koatoo. Linas child el I.owmI. Krsstss FsfrtisaU of '? eriaooi, and olhsrs. A p." non of inec.vrapany returnsd ss 1st at < , a. -rd the ??me evening wtceie Weal la difianu l dirseBloaO '. , i etghboriug towns to pass the sight, s large part* havisg bean moat hospitably aad sumptuously ?alawtala ed by the "liiini at tneli arBleaMwal at !....-. .J 1 he road wh.on has thus bsea oyeasd ssar.y ?ota p ' i -a H important link In oaa ot uur grwateal KaUriMad .mes in? c? niplettuo ol lU road Iram Lebatton vtt kfa t ill? Whit.. Liver Includ'.rg the sonstru?tloaol o truss bridge some ??.?' tsel loag over the *'.?aawtlsat will U '-ted in ssssoa tor lbs opening ol the Vawtaostf CobsTo] o ad to Northnsid. aad psrhsos Moalpsllar. by lbs 4lb ol July next Th? Una of the Northern Road will U ?is mliss fruaa th? vsllsy ol the Msrrloieck to thai of the O-ouaa-licet. Il psssss over a rough and torbiddlag couuiry sad ss vere natural obstacles have bee? uVerenata la Its eoav ttructloa. It is '?ui two years slaos lbs work was ?oaa meuowd . and th.se who paaee.i over the line ?n Wad neaday must bare basa atnased ?t th? svldeatca bsfosw tbsm o( what ha? been so ape. dt y sccosuplUkad. Ota Merrimtck Hirer ils.-if bat yielded to the energ' I Of the ein rprite having t;?en la ?sue Instance forewd ?>?t of M nata ?. cbanpsi, an I mads to turn asida tur the a* ?at m?.osti?n of the Rsllrosd Ht which stMnaed Inswr m.eintable hav? tsi'en befflr? the demands of the K?ad. and rallays which wars IBougSt In tbe lasinta.ars, havw been raised to the i.-v?l of tU Company . deal'e A? elated by Mr Ruaaell In the curse of Ids remarks, more ?nan 1 J. 4 l? <l cabin yards of ssrlh h?ve bftSO re> moved?aad " such earth ss was rMas?isd a-, ?testate s lawn and had apparently (.sos eementlng ?ver eines." More tnan ?7.IJ00 euMc yards of solid m.-k have also bean rumovu.i. and 64 JA4 |>s*chss of brtOsa snd ?tjltast masonry oinslrucud-lu sil which ?bout .'uuo,. < dtjsV lars have twvn expend -d The summit m Is.? r ad Itta Orange snd Is about Tot) 1*1 ebove tn? MemosaoB aad ... the Cnuaet-ticut It Is ovareorae by ? giada of 50 feet, snd Ihcre are n?> blauer grs.le? ?a ibe whohy 'tee than that. frt.S'siTrav ?VOi'U bi&i. FHRFNOMIOItlTs AND PiHI.iailF.H? KIIWI.KH? ?V tVKI.I.M, f llnton Hall, 131 Nwaaaa-tjt. N. V, OT Y o nus Ba?hslor Trise tao ?Virile te \ -Tli? fi at aaasmhly will bs field at tne Apollo Koomt ea 1 haitdtv e??niug ne.t. ZSth lost By erner ef the Cum ?ai'tee. jni? ttiflt.^.' '.| JOHN Mill.?, frestssat XT' An.breslal To >ih I v?re. Y r -ie?i..ii.g .a? tet'li an.I <.,.,.? ?n? coi.oiu.ii.-a. ,n| au ?gi???r>l? ?Sol to ti.a braaih, th.? sslsatesfaa 1'asta. c^a.pi ?ad .rf una ?nd I uil.er fiograui Isgrsdu l s. Ii?. rieaa ?<?'"?? l"?ls? 1 far ?u p?rt .r to ?oy othar ??u'lltire B?.-l| " .e. ... I.I A u timaeut uial?; ^.a. u i ?idaua tbs |in..a ?ru? . a-. a Uiem >dh?re more rir.nly rn the (?eth. the.?'.y a. lai log na'?tl a. y in pieterviiig the latte ' frn.s pramatnr? ?BOhf Thf? i^t'a also earahlua? ami aitraaaent a?d daloiS'Ut pipaag i tiet in Be eun.iiaiit dear??, turfit?frrqneni sa? it a tar? oissnsoi kcamng Ike brss'.h and mSuih u. sswssi ?sal healthy .-.oudu.on Prepared and ?old by iiKNslY n<HKe HUN. Chemitt and Drutglst. r? I Broa-lway la th? tHentas Bund'ug, uu(ii?i ui ChsmUtSSt. Smd al.u at . aj >?.?ua St. and at C oddiugton'i. <".> Hudtou, Corusr of Mpriug ? Price A" cenia ^^^^^ u/l iaaus ??" l.'i-naliie Heiir*a till, highly psrfuA.^.1 -Thsaa li?..M .? ?i btawtifyinc Si 1 ?'? c.i???i?u.ug Ui.sr uui ahouad I mas? us? . ( Raar'a Oil Ksparrisncs uf ?gea lias fully fs ?iM.uMiated taat tae genuine bear's viI le Us heat article i gji n? sai iwth and Istsntlfruu 'b"hjir Whsv ?vs. purcliaas? ,.f the .irdern/neri may rely up?? nhfsla , n.g the |?Butns,uuadulurstss,grsassroi the rw?j, piuinad I? . . |.er(u.ned l'ii tot 1st PirputSS hy Hr "ST JoHNtora (hemlat and Drngglst. VIS Broadway, in ths (?ran.i? Bund ug ajos .1 (basai.?rast. hV<? adan s. IOC V il'-.u st .77 F.att Broadwty. and at Co.l.l'ngton's, fB Hi.iiw.n-tt Pries 26 seute tar ?mall, "s .atla Iarte leMttas ty P.rchatert. lo be aatursd of gstting lb? aauBaga? R??r't ' ' ! th.uld pnrchase only ?-i-? as hsait th? a??l au? sjsjsjM ot lUarv Johtttoo.27? omsdway aVt OfJ twits? I.?J-?1^-_?_d.- ^^?A-JJL.J If ?B 8CH00XJS._ (.IKKM II CLAMMKA, by Prof. i. P MiWAhlll, AM e eiy Mmidav, Thurtday and Put?/ . Tuning, at 1? MtH'upJ ?t Froieaanr Edwaidt It a n.'lis of Parts, ?no lea? uur at Prof. Tappaa't ?tebssl, aU by pssmietioa, . t?f?rt lo the fo lowiua, gei.llsn.an, mac y ol wLu.-i hav? Keen hit pup. / r" F'.'fe.ier M I) H T Huhritrtl. M.!). S Yf 1'uud.A W. 4.??tu.lai.. I.. ?I Ks.neut. IV Sf - ? . P ' II. nry l??.| tajb 0 SU? !>' VVhita buuae. ?rv ( H Re??, Se Se Pr-i Kdwar?? w.ll al? tead at i ri- I.i.u.-a uf puviLa il r?<|us*ie.l A r ?as um renr.g Issllss ia noworgsslstag Apply peraoaall? i M latter, ?t f MeDoogtaret_a < la ^, K 1. M II LA M ; I A 4 i E M .nr-aa, . . JktJlVattSSa i Mv t.ne llf'RANl), daughlsr of lh? lats Nan Manases, inform? ?di?a aad geatleuisn toa? ?ha Is now oriaalslSg I ber clases? lur tus tessun. A US.?? iiaonin?...? a toa? nag | Kssidanc? W Walker iL ut? Imlst]' I.A* mirai Monday Augast It, tur Iba ?a?tru..lln?uf y jung gsatlamsa In ?vary branch of ?duesrtou ascsacsrr to At thsra to ss.tsr i a SoUass ?' ?ouatiag-beass. Tartas fruta ?l? ts ?tJ par quarter Pur c.'iu ?ra a. .tslning r?f?r?oes aad other ssr cSsulars app.y at the s?Jk? ef ?sis pspsv st ?t Iff WiIbSW st. sjrooklyn sa04 l(_ s" Kll >l A.N I.AM.I A<aK. T . uad>'??s?d, ? gsav afdaa'swf th? Uaivertliy ?f tt?nl??U/g I? P ruts??, ht ' prepared te fies privais lassons In tn? ?Tarruan larrgnaga and ntsra'ure Pur term? and r?t?re?c?e ai p.? bj I ni7 \w TB OLAf gNmtLEg.H Wslxs-tt. a?sxJW?MwfT , T" , A DODWOBTH, 4?? Brouma-sl. ssar Brnsdwsy.-TU /x. eiaawa? fur tU easulog ssssss wjl ; moiiiit. ?ya T-.eaday (let V A. D desm.rtg II uiutimsstiy ta ?star tsra a ???Miad acouuat uf tn? advaa^?? uf his school, ss of bis owa, .iaa.ln.-ai'ont wrm.? ?iinply stats that h? trachse ail dis daiicw ?f '..? i- resent ?ay, aad tUaa m a ?rtp?? laaaaaf Tu?aday ?J..1 flateiday ?X hait usst ? for lad m ?ad child? ren Taeaday ?oa FHday at na.r-asst 1 fbr geatt?m?a Bwl'?e? i*n? a taounu, ouahaad aaliraly ta. USO S??tU Private leeaons ?t any tire? sot ocsupi?d '.y th? classes, ? Is ?slum?, the P a* RasVjaraor aay ?f the saw ?sastJB. Aeaaleini.a ,r '?.ui.. es alisadas a?slela.? ? ? . . ._-'-1- .JJ..JL?UO ^>w(40JJbjjsjj*-a^S,UM HA I.K at tris old t'sad. T beroeaf ^|<' oUpuSIUt ISS /e'./' llnu.- ? r?( ?ly ?f TTy^aa*ltrT|.i ^ and 7 r^u?? Piaoof'. ISS, of ???VF J al ai J Ifrarlsty os* ptattato, wild, sai Uts esa?ara improvements, ?n t?e?wuod and raahogtay cassa, ws/r?at sd in svsry reepsct to gire sstlsBastlos ?r no ?s>s, Fisssss on k^s. JalMM tHOMFIIOhJ. ujj 1m LatsTsllms? ?JUsdsfl. 11 sty* MARMii'M f ?.Af?Jff'At ?wat C<^in.r.t'J'Aeaa?s ? y, 1*7 Hseryat Beuuklya, rill U reos tmpr irsd by i BV t?s?jsmta, i? '?**J?a ?C ., uB'.r.rssfly ap?ro??d efsy ths Msdlssl Pacolty and ?fl who use thsm as SU ar?ateass _ m ba sr?S??t?? loas oas u, Mlty pu.ass os l r.jj>t?r. without a back p?d. wtiiaJ. duaat ?cmue.h isjs. tu sW trias, saaslcg wsakssss sad aal? 1 ti? tstk ?,ftaa paraasasat ?aaiosi Ijttaa. ?u Uys if aut ssrfsstly ?ajastetory, moo?y ra? ta? BMwt aiesTovad attoalaBSV frase, ate ter rr and s.ir?, sud b tri?! gfv?B. and taras? i Raosatjss ?x ? KfBj^R?Dk'fl ?ATT?kilALXA tffjyt lijr>p?ivv!jKRf4 ar? tha only ramsdysvsr wssd ts r ' 'V mis cum.'-/ whls? win cam Uartjaut aatdasa * ,,i ?-< ?'? ' 'e?j are t.nw rae-ogn.ted u a ata..des? lafBJhbfs rsmsdy for thsss eoatfstaiats. TSsy srs ths evo in of S -?? <??'.?; CngUtb farritu, ?a.? nar? b?sn .se^ ' ? many y??rt '.? the famous Tetrare?.:? ea .se. Uoidon, aaai otnar parts f Cryland. with ?ittA0?ai?U4l saeicaas Ami a.-.c? Ibe.r ir.ir<^act^>a istu th'a ouuetiy thay hav? enrsaj, tu fhia city and rlelaltj alia?, aaova iea? lu haadrU horatts, msay ot (Uai ?r3t?Jt>l wrth ;.' ?t tggravt'r'l r?eea of bsaya?, brutto wind and th/oa.a -nigh Ths toi lowing ia oa? stnesg s Wust -yf pr-aifs (hat ?.aa ba predated Satos.r astua^hia? sttesay ; Mrv.a. A if (Jotes kfn -?k ?;? I sosgki afcusf t? *t?ti sao ? sachase ef yos? 0?s?? Fesrrl?-? ts sdmisi?. IS USfsv 'e r. ose. whu Lad set lA.ubisd wiiU hssvss for rr.ur? than twi y?ar?. H^ csss ?e. i ve?! Sad on? aud a? sera.e ?a to laoapaeitst? h.'ei 'rom haif hit askal labor, ?nd u?d raeistss ?il une rea^uiseocd-sarUy g.ves .;. ?.-. t.'.a?? nad ?.u?de?.i nut le aligat.y diauin ish las v!o!?ac? uf the hsaviag wUll? tasia? tU maditlae. bit that package efyoar remedy It? .'smplstsly eradles tad ?he a a??as sued sow bis wind is as asod at ?vat it was. I' s a ee.at* ?iocs he bm tsksa tU Fswdsra. ?ad I aaa watrsst ?io tawiao. R?t??ntfuliy. tito. W OAVU, Mantes.sfirlBIm?? Oa. N I. MwraaaSur i, ltl7. B??i?? iscir ?aea-iti sstsaa ?gasa Si.tttaa at1 los istVfS aavd wisdpip?, th? Pawdst?, from than great rtaaturssSvs sad BltsraiiV? DuWars, ara Vu beat uiaotTI??* anad?ela? that can -? os?tf in tight kid?, tow of ?psstita aas ?it if ?a??? that arue from d?rangemsat ?f ths digsstlvs fsac tloa? in tU Hutas. A- M OOL'OH fc CO. 149 Faites?*, Msw-Ysek, sol? areprtetsra ? ??Bt--y mar canuta sad ?rasauvu who as-a bt..ia??osi? ia totra, wosidau wwll ts purcVsss a small euppiy At eral ?ucosai ts stetes all* atwaudisstt