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curb thii spirit cannot be otherwise then wholesome and valuable. W? learn from an official source, that the Safety Fund Banks of the interior of this State, have a paper circula tion full up to the legal standard, and that the banks es tablished under the free banking law, are almost daily depositing securities with the Comptroller, lor the pur pose of increasing their circulation. At the date of the last quarterly report (August 1st) the circulation of all tho hanks of this State amounted to $18,464,410, an amount but verr little short of the most expanded move, ments. Iroai 1835 to 1836. Severn' banks have beou established in Ohio, under the free banking law passed last winter; and a few years will suffice to swell the banking capital, and banking operations of that State, to an amount greater than ever before reached. In January, 1848, the banking capital ol the State was $2,349,45#. The new lew authorises the establishment of banks, with an aggregate capital of aix millions, making a total of nearly eight millions and a half, which will he in active operation in leas than two years. Old Stock Kichangs. 85090 Ohio 7's '"4* 50ahas Morris Canal 33* SSI do ?'?, to 97H 250 do blO 23?, 2100 do do 97* 228 do 24 S O i Illinois spcl bSO :-7 80 do b30 21* 1000 do 37 80 do 24* ?-?000 f'eii'i Vs 78* 100 L Is) old Kit >00 70 8000 Ksa'iux bds b6in 70 280 do 80i 0 do 6H* 200 78 has Mauhaitaa Bk 100 80 80 PI.ei.ix Bk 89 100 5 Uk I om. full 96U 300 140 d i scrip 96V 80 180 do 96? 100 (60 do in Am xc Bk 30 Mech'. U Tr, N O 13 Ohio Life It Tr 80 Faruieii'Tr 80 do SO do 180 N Am Trust 1|>0 do 128 Canton Co 100 do 328 do 228 do 100 do _ 800 do b30 44* 280 Htoui gum KK 80 do 44* I Ml do 100 do ?60 43* 25 do 60 do bl8 4i* 80 do 80 F.ast B ston Co 14* 180 Resduig KR 72 do 14' >89 do 14 50 Harlsm RR 64 150 Ens KR b60 34 189 do 31 .80 do 34; 50 do h30 34* Stem d Board. 28 -has Erie RR 34* 39 shas Nor It Wor blO 76* 60 L st B ston s30 14* 10 do 76* 80 do 14* 50 StoniiiKtou RR 34* 50 Canton Co b!0 44* 25 do 34* 5" 8-ateBk, NY 93 80 do slO Ji* 28 Nor nid Wore 71* 28 Farmers'Tr 33* 300 do 76* 180 Morris Caual 23* 28 do 76* 200 Ra .ding RR b60 53* Now Btocli (exchange. 80 shas U S B ink s3 5* 50 abas Nor It Wor b6m 71 80 Morris Canal I c 24 80 do s60 71* 60 do b3 23* 28 do h60 V 28 do e 23* 80 do c 76* 25 do s3 23* 28 do c 76* 25 do Monday 23 * 25 do s3 76* 50 do c 23* 23 do s30 75 59 Farmers'Tr sl3 33* 25 Reading RR b30 53 58 do slO 33* 50 L Island RR bnw 72 80 do l>45 31 80 do a3 72 80 Canton Co b30 44*' 100 do bio 72* 50 do b3 44* 50 do 7* 25 Had It Berks b3 12* 200 do E. Boston Co, 14); 6 do Taunton Branch RR, 118 25 do Reading R R, 963; 126 do do, 26); 26 c" R R. 17|; 10 do Nor It Wor R R .76}; 350 d do. 76); 20 do do, 76; 60 do do, * 1 m, 76j|; I 71; 300 do do, t 3 d, 71; 37 do uo, b 1 w, 71 Sales of Stock* at Boston. Stocx ado Eichaniir Board, Oct 26-6 shs Western K?ilroad.971; 26 do do, 971; 50do do, (Wednesday) 97}; ~ ?'8j; married. On Saturday evening, at St. Patrick's Cathedral, by the Right Rev. Bishop Hughes, M C. L Drlakorlst, Consul General o' France, to Claha, second daughter of Mr P Flaodin.o! this city. On Sunday evening. 26th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Stick ney, Ciiakui Con art, to Miss Eiiza ruth Smith On the 21st inst by the Rev. S H. Cone, John J. Drlm mosd of this city, to Eliza, youngest daughter of John Derry, E'q of Potsdam, St. Lawrence county, N. Y. Died. On Sunday morning. 26th inst. Thomas Murrat. His fiiends and acquaintance, and those of his brother James, and Peter Murray, oie respectfully invited to attend his funeral, this s'teruoon at 4 o'clock, from his late tesidence, 35 Maiden lane. KIBLO'S-THE FAIR. IT i? but ju*' that we should lay before the public in ue-eral r e i. aards that ar-due to tne Muse* Dugans.218)4 Bowery, lor he bests') 1 of millinery tha' tli-y have lately exhibited nt the grri' American lustitu e.a1 <1 f ?! whch they hare taken the fir t premium Silver Medal from all the other Ladies ol our gr at metropolis who hud the holtor I . vie with them iu tneir line huaioe as, a d to their other accomplishments'hey have a.hie I. Uuielanf victory, 'o the great surprise and astonish inent 0* their comp tit r?; tl ua thei have snigu arized tliain selves hy iheir aaiduitv, luge u.tv and industry These are qu ilit'ea th'l h-se y una Indies are well known to posses* and ?>' nt guise then at ornan euts to our socie'y, pride to th. mseltea. and an hon-r t their p. e> ts, to their trienda, 'o the (i ae-of the r u'tiyity, to our great metropolis, iu which tl i y reside at p esent, ve.y mud'Is for the other young ladies ? if our art a city to cop after. Kor such we have at all times th- ile lies' inte e-t and we ahull take the greatest ple-su e in aw ruing ?hvtn in a like nmn t'. o27 ll*mc 1() BUTCHERS. rpHE Subscriber will pay on a d after Monday, 27th iust , 1 and uut'l he 1st of Jar oar). IMS, the folio* i g prices for hides, r r; lour cents for all w ighing over 60 Ins , and four and a half nts for all of fiO lbs. and under ctsh, city money. mi delivery 11 his hide linuse, 228 K-liz beth street, betwecu Houston Slid t'ri.ice streets Also the highest market rice fur 11'sheep akius. JOHN HUNN. c26 lw*rc PROPERTY IN BROAD STREET FOTi SALE IK I Y feet front on said street, well situated for stores. Ap r idy to OCO, L. PK1DE, 41 Wall St. W ho has the following sums to loan :? Six >umi nt Jtn.flOO each a 6perteut. Iti e siun o' itOUn at 7 j er cent. One sum of $t>0-*1 7 per cent. o26 Jtrc it) TAVI'.KN KEEPERS 'ANTED?By a koung Man, (E glish) a | lace as Bar ma , Oysterm u, or Waiter, luge h-r or s |>aiale. a d will itnike Imnself generally u e ul; no objection to the cuuu tiy (in. d city reference. Address B. P. C. at thi. office. i.26 !l*m RICHARD OAKLEY, YOLH Brrihrr Thnn-as his retu'Led fr <m Em land. ami is Kuiti * fur you at Wiikesbirre. It is important to your i irrest ihnt ? . u go to see him iminedis ely, as lie cannot wait Mi uId anv f ici d of th> a ml Ri.li.nd Oakley be able to give ml rinailou con eri.ing bin, th-y will roiirer a greet favor by wnti g by mail to William Willi's, at Wtlkesbarre Pennsyl vania. o2G)t*gbz PICKET SHIP OARRICK. KOR LIVEN POOL-Pas sei gers by this ship wil "lease be on boa.d, at Orleans V harf, foot of \v ad sreer, on 1'uesd.y morning. 26th inst , at llo'rlock alia huh time the ship wi't sail. Letter Bags will cl ?e at 'tie nulls! lilacs? at 9H 'i'cl"Ck. ov6 MR U'U, YEAR Ul V respectfully Call the attention of the public to the . . following statement of Ins Solicitor iu regard to certain l>r<"*eedi gs III the CoUit of Equity Lernii't Court of United Stalei for Southern Diitrict of Sew York?In h'jutly C Goody ar va //. H Day ?Th ? lull VI Ss awi.ruto anil Hied Align.1 Utli, 1814,of which the de f ndent h <d due notice; but the defendant has not as yet put in any nswrr i n August 2fitlt, a notice of motio i for ii junction ws given to he In aid mi the nrtt Monday of 8 ptemoer On Tuesday, th JPt'i of Septeinlur, the defendant filed his affid .Tit against tiie iu tinn, clai ' ing t'ie right to rea l other affidavits in reply to such ?'i dav ts the pi iii>ilT sh -old file. But the Court in form d dt le tie-t that lie was at liberty to file what alfid .vita he pleas- d, H. d in gh' have time, if he wished, but tliut the pv-j tiff would have a right to reply. L'pn i Iuis ntimaii hi from the Court, the defendant request el. a d 'lie Courtgrmtrd hi n ten d ys witnin which to fi.e liia aff dav t< with liheitv to the plaintiff to teidv. Th'i nun i Used on Ktiday in it wit i the eipiratnn of the ten . ays so allowed to defend silt, so that the plaintiff ? ad net satfic enr time to procure effiUvita in reply, as the witnesses resided ar a distance, and in d fferent Stares; aid as theCoiirr w s .tnn'to sdjiurn, trey di misted the inot on fur i janc I till Wltliou a hearing, with liliert) to plaint ff ro renew the a tne, w ich would allow ihe "lain.iff t ree to i ruenre the ne ctas iy "ffid viis-cos ? t ' abide the event Accoidingly the mm io i will be true wed s g on on I he first day of the ueit term, (tliesth .M I'day of November ui It ) It will thus be teen how erroneoQi it the statement made in mui} "f the city pspi rs, that Mr Gor.flve r's ca e Ms been limited agailist him. 1 tiese facts are staled at the request of Mr Goody.ar. ai d tho-r acting umler hit patents. o86 6t*rc WM JUDS' N H licit./r fur Complainant. MEXICAN SCR 11' FOR SALE ABf 1UT $3.4,IK0 in Mexican Scrip, liearing 8per cent lutetett p. r annutii, and nyahle in 17 quarterly instalments, for tale by'he prewi t holder, who is about toretnove to Europe. Oilers received until ihe 2ilh Uctoher, proximo, addressed to E. P., 292 Br. adway. Capit uiats will find this a profitable and secure investment. ?76 ri rrc SPANIM! LANGUAGE PROKKSSOH A.J MORALES Risi ectfully tuforms the pu 11tli I he is f rnnng his classes, to teach the aovc l ing" ge, and rriiuesta an early pplirntnm that tliey may he closed. I erros,hours, ke., may be known by applv nig at his resi 'e .ce. (07 Broome treet. Pro'essor M. lias ttie honor oi ret.rung io the Pri' cipa's of Wssiiington Itss t tute, the Aca demy "tine ."sacred I eari,( Astoria ) and Mr.' . Canda'sAci demy, where he is teaching w th great success; and resptct fullv tele s to the following from the President of Ht John's C lleve (r urnham,) in wHtrh h? has been I'rofessoi for the la-t twojear.. I hereby ceftify, tli.it Mr. A. J. Morales has been engaged a* Frofv'sorof rh* Spanith tangtiagt* m 8?,J. hn's i ollece, for the last two \ ears. He h s attor<i*d th* high?-?t sntifa< tiou, by attertion to du y?by hit proficiency, a.,d by the general nn irovrinent of Ins pupils. c . k<?,^,,?id,) ? . ? , J0HN HARLEY, Prei't. John a ' olhgr, a*pf 12, 18t6. Q|, 3Wsr w w AMERICAN FAMILY BOARDING HOUSE, No ^ toley Place, Regmt itreet. IADIMi CJentlf men, nnd Families, eisifng Lot don, can J be accommodned with board and residmcr, combined v,ti#rrr\ coinlort, a gtiod t hl? r.iid seh ct society, on mode rn ?t*r s. H m eit ibltsnvr ent is ronstinrlv eisifed hy American Kami lies nod (Jen 11 em n arriving, in London, and is hoiioifd hy the tnjieci t |?u onagE* ol the Ain?* ican Legit o r, Isn by many (|nnn?tiii?hfd A?n*ric n nnnlies in the L/nited spates,to vrhom , rtmin?i ?? t?"a been given to refer ,viI-*? ** PMlIdLll'f* b?g-6 t? state that Curds of Farti?u1nra a? Io tr ?!4i ;v" w om ??? is recommended, may b** obtained ml fbf of tins uni-er f,2l iw'rc li? MJILhKlTfS eOM BUI UiNu KHKRvaN'S HALL. , itecitv of Brooklyn on he c r er ol ( oluifhn and A...I 1 " ,,k I ur Hones high, 60 IVrt bv 8?(?c c rHig ??""d "t'ecific tions in rhehsndso the A rhi leci A i ? eh ms t e corner of Atlai.irand Hunry sr ) ? ill r. i e"' d until ihe 31 t Inst, at 4 o1. lock P. .V) Pn. poa la C ? Ih- esl. d up a?,d direct? d in ?he under?ign> d. and 'eft with he Architect. The Hoad ? f Tiuoees will ?pen ?M,| Fioios *s o" ?v. at 7 o'clock P. M at'heomc** of the .Am huect. Pro|w>sa!s ma\ be made for the Carpenter nt.d Ma son woik together oraeparate By order of th- Director*. o2Jlw*f THOMAS LESLIE, Hccretary. WANTED IMMEDIATELY?An Mtive ?nd |nulli?eai Boy at thi? office. ?r ??? Wanted. A YOUNG WOOMAN, ofgood clusracterand wood address. ?i her French or U i mu, capable of m^ing aedenuiiging Iidki' dneikea, aud itt*)i;diuK to thi othtr brtucnei of I UdiM toilet. To a peraou properly quaJ?fir<J to theie rotpecu, th? most liberalsr.ges will be given. Al-ply, either per.ouahy 01 by Utter. adfceseed to V Herald nice. oliiPrr W A.N i ED. A FEW ACTIVE YOUNG MEN to go South or West, to act as Agents for the idle of new and popular Cubliratiun. $HNI orer and abose their espensea will lie luaured to thein 10 writing, with an opportunity of clrariug SlCOO per > ear Sm< men uow iu our employ will, no dottbt made over $lG0t pel rear cle?r ofalleapeuse. Each will have his district It will be necessary for tliein to hare at le at f.om (25 to SMI to obuu. a good tilting out. Apply at FR" NCH'S Publishing Hall. 29:i Bro idway, up ataira. All Utters uiuat be poat paid SONS OK TKMPKKANCE. THE Members of Jefferson Diviaion are Hereby notified P meet ar the Court room No. 71 l.udlow atrert, on Monday aiteruoou at 3 o'clock, for tho purpose of attending the luuer.il ol Brother iohu Van llouter. By order of WM. JONES, Jr., R. 8. N B?The Diviaion lioom ia eig grd on .Vtoudaya. o27 lt*mc POST OFFICE, New V Ol k, Oct STEAMER GREAT BRITAIN FROM NhW L " " ' ? ICh , ) *7.1815 S r Vt.KK, ttera will tie received at thia office for the above ateatnei -til 11a P M. on Tue-d.y, the *8th iuat. 'he frei lit ou ail Letteia per 'lie aiiove Steiinrr.by au urraiig-meut with her con signees, will be 25 centa for lettera weighing half au ounce or leaa. and *5 ceuta lor eacli additional hill ooi.ce. o272rrc jtOBT. H. MORRIS. P. M. MOCKING BIRDS, See. ARCHY ORIKVE 5 John street,having purchased the mpet choic and largest at ck of Mocking Bir' choic and largest at ck of Mocking Birds ever yet off r ed in oue lot, couai ,ti g of one hundred and eight, all raised Iroin the 11 at, aaaoeiited with and brought up iu the aa <? room, in lu I plumage a. d so >g would rorprctfuliy solicit a Call fr 101 the cur oua at 3 John at e"1 1 *7 3t? c REPEAL? Kfc.Fc.AL UNION, HARMONY, CONCILIATION. AM ETING of all p. raona favorable to u ion and liarmo ny in the repeal ra ka will be held nt Carroll 11.11, cor ner of Sin it i and Bergen streets, Bro.klyo. on Tuesday, 28th iuat., nt 7>a o'clock in ill evening The meeting will he a - dreaaed ty several geutlemeu from New York. 0* 2i*rc T GRAND LODGE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK IIIE Grand Mis'er has the satisfaction of announcing to . the Masonic Fraternity of liia jurisdiction, thu our tin tingoished and talented brother.Ole B.Bull,with th liberal aud plnl suthropic spirit of our Order, and in testimony ' f hia fr - lerual respect for our Institution, has devoted the eutire pro* ceed. of his Farewell Concert to ihe increase of the Widows and Orphans Fuud of the Grand Lodge The Coucert it to like place at the Taberuac e, on Thursday evening ueit, (the 30lh lustnt) and the Gaud Master believes it oiuy ? ecess r to sty, he trusts that eve y Mason in New York will fee) that he has iu this iii-tauce a double duty to perfonn, by promo ting the object so dear to the active workmen in the field of be iii-vob ure, and to testify to oar Brother their fraternal regard previous to his departure for Europe. TneGi'ai.d Master advises that ouly the committee iu at tend nice at the Tabernacle on the eveiiii g of the Concert In clothed in <V1 <s nic Kegalis; and that every Brother will make it a point of du'y to g v. place to the Lad.es, (and to gentleinei. net of the crj'l) who insy lavor us on this o casiou with then attendance. aLEX. 11. ROBERTS!)Gd-Master JaMKs Hkhriko, Go. Sec'y. New York. October 13th, i8(5. o27 lt'inc LOST?From the Slaughter House, comer ol West and De ny streets, on Fridav night, 24th iuat , two Cattle, color and marks uot recollected, they being two ou of a la ge drove Whoever wi I return the same to the above place shall be libe rally rewarded. o27 2t*mc OH DOLLARS REWARD. LOST-A Double Gui barrels 32 inches long, No. 12 calibre, engrar-d D Fish The above reward will be piid. and no questions asked, byre, turning the Gun to D. FISH, 139 Fulton street, up stairs. o2l Iw'rc LEFT OFF WARDROBE AND FURNITURE WANTED. CI ENTLEMEN and Fauulies can obtain the full value for 8 all kinds of auperlluous effects they wi ll to dispose of inch as Lidus nut Gentl men's Wearing Apparel, Fire Anns, Fu uiture, &c. Gentlemen leaving or reluming io the city will And it to their adv ant ge to send for the subscriber, who pledges liimsr li to give a fur price for all articles ottered N B ? Aline through the Poat Office will he promptly at tended to. T. i EVENSTYN, oV7 lm*mc <6>i Broadway, up ataira. FIRST PREMIUM DAGUERREOTYPES. P HAAS, DAGUERHEANARTIST, 2K> Broadway, cornkk of Rkadk Strut, Lafakgk Building R. H. h i received the Med .1 at the I teFairof the Ame rican Institute, f r Pic'ures executed by himsel1. and not I urchased nor done by h red operators; the public, the efore caui at all tim a depend upon obtaining the same style ot Por traits, from the smn lest to the largest sizes, which cannot be suipi-sed for b a- ry or accuracy, instruction giveu iu the Art on reasonable terms. o27 lm* e M1 DR. POWELL, OCULIST ^ .p OPERATIVE au'HGEON, altends lo Diseases ol the Eye and to all lin|>erfectiona of Visiou, from 9 to l o clock, at his retideuce, 2ol Broadway, corner ol Warreu st Ojilnhaliiiia, Sopiiage of the Tear Passage, Cattract auu Opacities, etf-rtu illy lemi ved. /j' i ii i i u lily i run >cui AMAUROSIS treared with gre.t attention and .access. Inveterate c ses of STRABLeA -.VIUS, or Squintiug, cured ll> a few minutes ARTIFICIAL EYES iuserted that cau scarcely be dis tingu shed from the natural. Offices aud residence 261 Broadway?entrance lli Warreu street o27 lt'mc TEETH!TEE1 H! TEETH married without pain, a d war.anusd good as the nam al ones, orbiting and mas' ic tion. A com, let- double set of best mineral Teeth on line gold plates, (50 ci A set of best mineral Teeth, on flue gold plate, for the upper jaw, to be worn by atmospheric pressure, 30 0< Single Tooth, on gold plate, from $1 00 to 5 W Plugging Tietli with Gold, from 75 to 1 5 B> Ur JONES, corner of Caual street aud Broadway, en Iruuce iu Usual street. oZ7 2ti**r THE MISSES PALACHE ? BOARDING AND DAY bCHOOL [AOR Young Ladiraol the Jewith Faith, 97 Thompson at M N w York Instruction is given of the Heb'ew Language, free of any charge, accotdiug to the Portuguese and German pronuueia tint. All other languages aud ti e accomplishments taught m the usual te ma 'Die beat masters are employed, and every facility afforded for the improvement of the pupils in the vaii ous branches of study. The hiia-ea Palache having been for some time established rely wirh confidence on the success >d' their system .16 Im'r, TllcKE Cam BE NO TEACtiliNG WilHcfU J A MASTER. THE French Language, ?t ouce the easieat learned uid moH fashionable acquirement of (he day, i< taught by Profess- r P. Kowalrwaki oil the oral aud moil approved system, adapting Ills lessons to the capacity of his pupils in such a mauner a will ensure a knowledge of the language in a veiy <hort .poet ol'time Hehaa been honored with pupils from the laimln-i of the following distinguished geuileineu. to whom he car Hon Henry Clay, Hon. Caleb Cushing. Hon Thos. H. Benton, Hou. Levi Woodbury, and others. Louis McLane Hou. Secretary Walker, Oerina aud Kieuch taught. Terms moderate Apply at No 310 Broadway P. KUWALE\v SKI ol lin*r PACKET SHIP SHAK9PE\R- . for New Orleans.? Passengers by th s ship will please oe on bo .ril thr st am boat Jacob Bell, at Fulton Kerry, this day (Tuesday, 2Isl i"St't at 2 o'cl .ck, at which time the ship will sail. o2l BARQUE DUC D'ORLEANS, from Leghorn.?Consign ees by this ressel will plea>e send their i erinita ou b am at Judd s wharf. East River, or to the office of BOYD (k HI .( KEN, '1 online Building, otlm 88 Wail, coruer Water street. PiST^L GALLERY AND SPARRING SCHOOL. J HUDSON baring re urned from the 8uulh, announce ? to his old friends and pupils, that he will ho "Ibntdn hoine"nt his uaw ?wdeuce, 236 Br,.adway, second floor.when he will devote his t?me m giving instructions iu the uoble ar of Self-Defence. Terms moderate. Open during the day and in the evening ol9 ImVc ~A CARD TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. A LADY ofsuperior dent* and acquirements, is desirous ol having a lew m .re pupils to instruct in Music. Her mrlhrx ol iiisliuctii'U will ha found to be the most eipedilious in pro ?noting ihem in the thorough knowledge and theory of thi sciem e o. any now taught. A line directed to H. M., at the office of this pai>er, will k dn I y attended to. o7 Im'ic IMITATION PRECIOUS STONES; eal OarnetandTu. kois, lor sale by E K. KOrtTUM, 214 William street, New York OSTRICH KEATHERS, for sale by E. F KORTUM, *26 lm*r 714 Williamstreet TITIAN'S VLNliS. 'I'HISinuch admired Painting, after a most successful vis 1 i.. B-'stou has riurii d to this city for exhibition at roon No 7, I af.irge Building 263 Broadway. Open fr in * A M. till IV P. M. Admission 26 cents?Season Tickers 60 cents. olOlWmc A. DODWORTH'S DANCING SCHOOL ALLEN DODWORTH woald beg I ave to inform In friends, that it is his intruiion to commence a Privatt Dane ng School, at his residence, 448 Brnninr street, on Mo d y afirruo. ii, Oct 2t)th. Krum his long connexion with tin Dam ii g world, a d having availed h.mself ol instruction* Ir .m the be t masters that have visited this country?such a. Pan I T igliobi, and others id like < elehriiy?he leel" vlmt he it sa Weil qualified to te rh as any in the city; and his inusicn eilu ation w ill certainly give hi.-, a gr at advantice over iniuj at present | i tliepmlession. Be ih t as it m<y those Who In v .r him with their natron ige csn rely upon acquiring a correct and laabiouahle at) If of D-uring. 1 ERMH. A Quarter of 24 Lessons, iuciiidiug the Quadrille, Wallt, O ilo|ie and olka Jill1' Ten Lea.ouain the Walign- Polka, ill Uayt ami Hour? of Tuition. On Monday and Phnradays, at 3 o clock, for Ladiea aw Misses over 12 yea sol age On Wednesday and Saturday, at 3olcleck, for Misses and Boys under 12 > ears of agt? -nil Oil Monday. Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, for Gen tlemen, at 7 o'clock P. M. A 'rrond Class will he formed from 9 to 10, for those wh' cannot attend earlier. Private Lessons given at any other hours, either at the resi deuce id the pupil or at the school o2l Im'r. village dancing academy. MR (4. ROBERTSON has the pleasure of respectfnlb announcing to his friends and the-public, that ha regal* C asaes are now open ou Mondays and Thursday*, at his privali dwelling, 62 Eighth Avenue, for giving instructions in th above art. Mr. R. will in'rodute in his scadeiny nil the Isb null fashionable dances now in use, including the Polka am .Maturka Quadrilles, and variona styles of Waltting. lustrun lions given in private to pupils aud classes, at any fixed hour, a their residences or at Mr. B s. A mornng class will he Inrme, lor ladies. *28 Im'm DANCING ACADEMY. llrniMlwny, Corner of Grand Mtreet. jVI R (i. ROBERTSON has the honor of respectfully in - J'l forming his friends aud Ih Public that his classes tot g v ng instruction* in all the different styles of the shove accom plishment (and the Mazurka ml Polka Quadrilles.) will open n" j"*'le"|aVi Sept. 17'Ii at the large Saloon attached to th Broadway I lunar Days if Tuition, Wednesdiys ud Satui days?Ladies < ? lasses at 3 P. M ; Oentlcmen, 8 P. M A Pi v*a is- i,k '"r /Bes will lie formed from 6 to 7 for La Poll, and vy alt7.lug Instruction* gimi to Pupils and Pi irateLlas es at their residvuccs, or at Air. R.'s, 62 Eighth Avnnue, or IK Canal street. Mr Rohe'tica would also itiferm the (mblic that hits o| town Academy will commence on Monday. September 22d. a 6- Eighth Avenue, where all the different branc'lea will hi ranch! l(i |,?srr lVtAlNlUAiN(,jSK ? 200 P AB1R?L9 ot the '"ui-ui'A1? Pli4* of Manganese, lor sale by PERShK fc HUuOKK, Ottrh 65 aud 87 Naasan sireet. HEM P?100 bales extra water rot, a very supeTiar article I u sale by K K. COLLI NS fc (J<5 * BeJiui ^ THE LONG ISLAND INSURANCE COMPANY. Capital '400,000 Dollars. OFriCE 41 FULTON STREET, BROOKLYN 'pHIS COMPANY continues to Insure against loss or da t. insge by Fire on their usual favorable term*. Ail claim* ,ire*ei.trd to llii* company for losses by the late disastrous Arc having been paid, they uow bud their capital nearly entire B W DK LAMATER, Frcsiileut. E. C. FINN, Secretary. *6 lmi* rrc National Lean Funtl Ufe Auurniuc Meclety of London. KMPOWERKD ev al'T OP PARLUMgTT. 'IM1K following are among the advantage* held out by thi* a lu*titution: The Loan Fund, from which the assured are entitled to draw wo third* of their payments Tne p.yment of premium* annually, half yearly, quarterly loathly ir inouthl. A large mm to he permanently invented in the United State* a the n line* of three ol the Local Director* a* Trustees, a* a unraiitee fund. Travelling leave eiteuaive and liberal; and extra premium* n I he mini moderate scale. Condition* of policy lew ouerous en the assured than in moat or Life Insurance Office*. Uivitku State* Local Board or Dirbctor*. JACOB HAHVV. Esquire, Chairman, * MERTEi New York. Philadelphia. JOHN J PALMEn, tsq JONATHAN GOODHUE, Esq. JAMES BOOKMAN. Esq. GEORGE BARCLaV, Esq. SAM'L 8. ROWLAND, Esq. OOKHAM A WORTH, Esq. SAMUEL M. FOX, Esq CLEMENT C. BUNDLE, E?q. BEAKS C. .VALKER, bi.ii. LOUIS A ItODEY. i!sn. OEOHOE 1.. U RAH AM, Esq. Phyticiani to the Society, (Medical Examinert.) J. KEARNEY HODOERS, M D., 110 Blocker ?t. ALEX. K. HOSACK. M D.. 101 Franklin ?t. E. ARNOULT, M. li.. *7 Broadway. Bankeri The Merchants' Bank of New York. Solicitor. WM VAN HOOK, K?a. 3# Wall at. General Jigent for the United Slatee, and Britieh North American Colonies. J. LEANDER STARR rraid lit In New York. Office 74 WALL Street, N. Y. Pamphlet* containing the last Annual Report of the Society's rates, also blank forms, uud the fullest information, may be ob tained upon application to the sultac iber J LEANDER STARR, General Agent. JY 24 3taw in 3m"rrc LHLAF AiNLi t Ab-HiUlNADLfc. CLOT hi Ad . Wl W. H. DEGROOT & CO., No. 10*4 Kutton Street, 'OULD respectfully inform their Customers and the Pub lic that they are prepared to furuiab every article in their line at the following low pricea. which are at least 30 percent lower than can be had at any other establishment in this city. Overcoats of best material, made and trimmed in the latest style from $3 SO to $2(1; Cloik*. of French and P nglish ? lotlu,from $6 to $23. Fine Black Blue, Olive and Brown Drea* and Frock Coats from $lto $16. Pants of every shade and eolor, and heat qnality, from $1 SO to $7. Also, an endless uisortment of Vests of excellent in t rial and made up in the nest manner, from $1 to $S. LiUewise.au exteu ive v.uivtynf Cloths, Cassime'e*, and Veatiugs, always on hand, which will be made to suit the moat fastidious taste. A lull suit will he furnished in 24 hour* for >rom $13 to $.M). Best of Cutters *ud Workmen employed. The plain man as well a* the most particular, can beauited at NO. 102 FULTON STREET. oS 1mm FALL GAHVlfciiNTS. iMAT'fH IEH8EN, 127 Fulton at?A choice stock ? . of Cloths, Tweeds, Cassimeres and Ves'inga are now open from which selections can be made at very moderate pii ces. for cash only. The cutters of thia establishment are equal to any in the city for their taste and tkilI in getting np garments, and cus tomer can depend on satisfaction, punctuality and despatch. Those urinshing their own materials, can have tham made upon the ah-ve terms. O- OUTFITTING.?Every article necessary to complete a wardrobe, at WM. MATTHIE88EN. 127 Fulton street, a!7 Im'ra next door to Hemld office. FALL FASttJONH rHE SUBSCRIBERS have just rec" ved an invoiee of very ~ - rich Scarfs, Cravats and Liuen Hdkts, richly bordered? I'lieir assortment ol ready made Linen, and gentlemen's under garments is now complete and well worthy the attention ol citizens and strangers Their Patent Elastic Brace is highly recommended oy he 'acuity for all persons who arc suffering from debility, or am in the chest, or have acquired the habit of stooping. For sale wholesale and r tail, at the old eatablishuieut of Puraell* til \g lie 237 Broadway, corner of Park place TO TAILORS. I'HOSE who desire to attain a correct knowledge ul hash ionable Cutting, in all it* various branches, would do we 1 to obtain Htiuemrts' Complete Work on the inject, which <vn be obtained of the nnt ior only, at 113 Broadway. Price. from $8 to $19 per hook. oil lm'mc G. IS. CLARKE, FASHIONABLE TAILOR AND DRAPER, Nkar Fulton, 133 William Strekt, Opposite the new Row of Building*, ("11VK8 the following reasons for the great incceu he has hi JT therto met with ... 1st? All goodsare bought *t the owest cash prices and paid fo? at ouce. 3d?An exclusive and rigid system of telling for cash only. 3d?Many years experience in business 4th?Being satisfied with small profits. A discerning public, therefore, can at onceperceiye that it heir interest to patronise this establishment. ti B C. would refer to a large and respectable connexion ooth in this city and in Brooklyn, in proof of the style and Ir tish of his garments. Splendid French Cloth Dress Coats made te measure from S14 to $30 An assortment of Office Coats and all othertrti-' i of gentle nro'i dress, at eonallv reasonable prirex s9 lm*re JAMES A. SIVA IN 8f Co. Drapers and 'tailors, 352 Broadway, Carlton House, WlJl LI) res|>ectfully inform their cusiomers sad tie- puu lie, tint rlsey now have nhuidand are c instantly re ceiving asaiienur stock of fall and winter goods, which will i made up in the latest fashion and at the lowest prices, for cash. ,s 1 mere GtvUDEKlEfe ET NOUVEAWTES 1>E PARIS PETER ROBERTS, An 1173 Bimidway, IMPORTER, JOBBER AND RETAILER, INVITES the attention of the Ladies to his splendid stock of Kmbr ideries and L*ce floods recently received, comprie ug the newest and most desirsble styles or the presen *ea*on, it prices which will maintain the reputatiou his store hss long oeld as " the rheiqiest in the city." 73 lou fine Lmru Cambric Hdlrfs, from auction. 1 case clear Linen L <wu do, riviere borders, from $1 to $J.'d each, remarkably chesii. 1 case clear Lines Lawn Hdkfs, tape borders, from $7,30 to $9 per doz. 1 rase clear Linen Lawn Hdkfs. fancy borders. 1 do do do, col'd and black printed borders. 1 do do do, embroidered, from $3,73 to $13 Mch. Embroidered nudrr Hdkfs, high neck. Do do, witn collars. Do do. various styles, from $1 upwards. Rich Embroidered Muslin and Applique Lace Capes. Upwards ol -JIG Embroidered Evening Dresses, in Riviere, PoUta, Coronil-on Spanish Flounce, lie.lie., from $3 JO Colored >.m j:o"i,t. C Organdie Honnce, from $1 to $13, usually sold Irom $ :i to $3ft. A few very itch Thread Lace Capes and Berthea, v?ry low. Thread, Chautniy. Brussels and other Veils and demiVeils. 3 car oniofsplend d black Brussels Laces. WINTEH HOSIERY. ? . omprising Silk, Lambs' \S ool nd Merino Vests, of all 'i***! Upacca, Cashmere, Lambs' Wool and Merino Hose arid ha I ilo*e, Merino md Cashmere Gloves, I'laid and Fancy Woollen ?foes, for children which are offered from 10 to 13 per cent, lower than the resular ictail prices. s3 lin'rh TG DEALERS IN JEWELERY. I'HE UNDERSIGNED, being Maunficturers. and having afiue assortment of Jewelery and Diamond Work on hand, lolicil a call from dealers and merchants dealing in the shove irticles. Any given pattern or style of jewelery or line dia mond work made to order, at iiHAW k AHKOWSMITH'8, s 19 lm*me No 1 Dey street, one door Irom Broadway. N. B?Twelve or fifteen good chain makers can find em ployment as above. sk/ ATCHEB !?WATCHES AND JEW ELK Ir ?Those " who wish to purchase Gold or Silver Watches, Gold 'hams, Gold Pencils, Keys, kc., will find it greatly to their ad v \ii!.age to call on the subscriber, who la selling all descriptions if the above at retail much lower than any other honseiu the ?ity. Gold Watches as low as $30 and $33each. Watches and Jrweliy exchanged or boaght All Watches warranted to keep rood time or the money refunded G. C. ALLh'N.luiporterof Watchesand Jewelry, V holesaie and Retail. 30 Wall street, *30 Im'tn "P "THE ALB AT A SILVER WAKE," MANUFACTURED by Wui Chandlesa,433 Hndsou st, cnnii't be d-tected from Sterling Silver, lor the ouger this Ware it nsed the whiter it becomes W. C.,t.so nsnnfactnres Sterlings Ivrr Spoons, Forks and Jewelry, cheap tnd it prepared to buy Old Gold tad Silver, Oeruiau do, Peoria niii Diamonds, to auy amount. Be sure to look oot fir the fien Plate 433 Hudson si reel between Barrow and Morton a Is. iVm. C hand less, established 1133, late of Clarkson tt. -3B liu'rc I HE EASI RIVER .VIU I C AL. INSURANCE COMPANY. OFFICE No. <1 (late 49) Wall street, continnes to insure against lost or damage by Fire dwellings, warehouses,and ?ther buildings. Also, ou Honsehold Furniture, Merchan Ii7.e, kc., as heretofore. DIRECTORS. John Brnuwer. Wake man Barritt, James Mc Bride, Philip Knibnry, John Moorhead, Stanton Berbe, Joseph Krrnuchaui, Dame Ayres, Hasiry W Hills, Charles N. S. Rowland, Robert J. Dillon, Nathaniel L. Griswoldjr. Thomas Nesmitn, Knsseli Stubbins, Robert Boorman, George Coggesh.,11, Abel A. Low, Stephen Holt, George Pomeroy, Joseph Gaillaid, Jr. David Thomson, JOHN BROUWER, President. GOLD S. MILLIMAN, Secretary. Huns NT J Dili.os. Connseland Attorney i.3 Inri'm OFFICE OF THEOKUTON INSURANCE CO No. 33 A Vail St re* 4, Adjoining Merhamcs'Bank, in the ("ity of New Vork 'I'HIS COMPANY lose by the recent tire $3.7,000 Their 1 asse'.s over aud above all claims against them etceed $130,000 11icy coutiuue to insure Marine anil Fire Risks, at fair rates. TRUSTEES. James Harper, William B foment, Edward Richardson, Herman D Gould, James Fhaleu, Theodore A Meyer, HA Lawreuee, Cyras Chrnery, Edwin K Tremnia, Lawrence Hill, 8 M Crandall, W H Towuaeud, John Breaste, Robert Lane, James t.rnikahank, John T Gilchrist, J Leander Starr, J H Huydam. Charles L Vote, John B LasaU, Zadock Pratt, Samuel Sherwood, George C DeKay, James Cook, Luring Andrews, ETAIdnch, Joseph B Noues, George Whuaker, Leonard Appleby, Thomas Monahan, Asa 8 Crosby, George Paleu, John J Herrick, William Burgoyns, Abraham Van Nest, SAMUEL A. LAWRENCE, President. JOSEPH U. NONES. Vice President. Nicholas Carroll, Secretary. Cant Samuel Candler, Marine Inap. Alto, Intp. for "Lloyd's" for the port of New York. *u2m _ Orrux or thk Jr.rrvHtot* I rest kasu *. t.o , 4 New York, July 34, Ifr43. 3 'I'HE Stockholders of this Company sre requested to call st 1 the office ol the Company tnilt'giiily whether it beih-o with to fill up their respective shares,or to receive a number of shares equal to the present value ol their stock The Stockholders residing out of the ruy are reuuc?led to onvey their mtentiou by post, to the office No. 30 W ill tt. T. W. THORNE, I'res't. Geo T lloee. 8*cV iy33 rrc CUALX ~~ (H WE at my Yard 336 Elisabeth street and corner Ham me sly anil Beif'ord. Peach Orchard Red Ash foal,at low ices, tii $3 3o for bmk n, $3 73 for egg aud stove, large ut.$.3 33 ; Lehuh, egg and store. $3 73 per ton, re-screened and delrerernl Also, Liverpool, Bloaahurgh, kc. Orders received at the \ aid old lm?tc I a? OB W> EKS 117 i 'OL- 39 MO lbs. blood Fleece, washed and nuwashed o30in " ' * E. K. COLLINS k Co. SdSoathst 1 All r A DUTCH BULHOUS ROOTS AT AUCTi'/.s. LEW will sell on Tu?*day morning %t II o'clock, at ? No. 293 Broadway, 3 c*ie? of Dtifh Bulboiw Roofs. ra ce ?vtd from Van WaTvfeli k8 n, Ki? ri-tt, nttf Haarlem, in Holland, c ij'umi g of evrry rar?efy of tha cfi ocear rt >wvnig root*, aud areoi iha * una el a? told the 1 at year, and whicft gvt iu h mi ?ar? I <atit acriO'? <>V tfr IviPukTEIj DOUBLE CavihlJas, FROM ? NGLAND. in lait i?a kat ahip?to ba vol J by Auction u WVdnewdas , ?9ln inat. at W. H FRANK LlN 8 Bro <1 strret This collect! n C"iu4atS of ih*- in* at rieaiidchoi a fanatics ol Double Cainrli is.in no war buds. The moat ol (he above ate double ?hi(e; racaif? U the nrami* um the last ymr. K<> e* of iniuyftu** vtirieti *>\ Yioaa Ko?es, ol eh keaorta?all the above Hn*?i are double and in fine or der; beautiful I*lower Hoot-t, of various and choice aorta. Uantlenirii are invited to attend to thi* collet ?ou, a? it la the oulv time for planting nut auch plants, to flower e<rly in ?pri g To tie ? ild by caf?logu-. ?**> yt t?od*r NO'flbh.?H. L VAN W I f K, Auctioneer, will *ell at public auction, entitled to debet ture, in front of the jub! it store, I09 Washington street, on Tueadty, 2dth of October, at ll o'clock, A. M., by order of C. VV. Lawreuce, Collector ol the Port 2 Eight do do S Rochellc. Also. 12 pipe* Oiu, imported in the Catharine Jackson, Rot terdam. ol.') 2wrc f* THE FALL VTYLE OF GENTLEMEN'S Hati are I J^fenow re*dy for the season, IIU6 which for lightuest and >u periorityol color ?auuot be surpassed, which is a very imi>ortaiii part of the H AT, retaining the color till it is worn out. Any article sold in this establishment is never m s'epresented. out aoldforwhat it is. Also, the tail style of Boy's and <'hiI dreu's Caps, ol Various patterns (Jentlemeti can have their hat* made to^rd r. in any shape or style they wish. N. B.?A full assortment ol Lsdie*' Fu a. C. K VOX, llO Fulton street, o27 Iweod r h-'wen Willi <m and \ ???*?? HatiLh of white plains THE Vork and II rlem Rail Hoad t'onipa ?ny will in an extri tram ol c?r? fm.u ilia City .Hall a' 0 o'clock. A M., far 'he ColiVt y nea of the ? ? Vlilnary Computes and visitors to c, lrbrste the b ii.r o White Plai on the Bittle Gronnd A u or it ion will b- da tvered by J. VV. Tompkins, Esq , of Wlnte 1'laiu.. o27 2t*r N E W Y OR K Hulls K H A Z A A K, No. Ill, IIS and .'<5 Crnaby afreet. ?n THIS ESTABLISHMENT ? now open forth, ???? y property fruin genlle jLQjumiil. lM prime sale. Alio, for taking H T-es and Carriage, on Liverv, hv the dav, wurk ..r month. Th? re he iug no auction tales at ini? establishment, gentlemen keeping horses at these sttble. will b? (ubjcct to no niconvmiauce in going out aud retiming. Crosby street being v?ry quiet, and uea' the goat thorou.bfire. Broadway. Thraebtabl ? ate as go d as any hi the city, and the faeili ti-( and couv-niencei superior to many. Nnr.e but iobt r and experieuc d groom, in charge of til* llor.c. A Carriage i Hou efir the espresa ptirti ir of tehicles, where tiny ar, fier from injurv and under the ? barge of a careful and compe tent person The Hiruess aim Saddlerv are als > in chogr ofa mail of long experience in thitden rinent: th-wh le under the man gement aud direction of WILLIAM COWAN. JnHN H OAT-FIELD, Proprietor. N. B ?About forty I torses, ju.' arrived from tire country, suitable for the city and country trade. o2J3i*rc FOR SALE?Ten g od Work Horses. Can he wen ?t the Uuion Ice Houn^ at Bro.iklvn, Ire* well Fulton aud couth Ferries. They will he sold low, JAMES L. CHEF.SF.MAN ? FOR SALE?A spto ol very haudsouie Ida, k . LujL^Horses, just from the country, in this State; gentle in >ingl ? ud d >uble ht'ii ss, 'lid s u d. Will be aoiu ou oderate terms, if applied for soon, at 61 South stoet up stain. ogj 'wr D' H)S ? DOGS M GENTLEMEN desirous of owning a warranted good Dog, will please apply at 55 Fult n, corner of Fulton and Cliff s'reets, from 12 to 2 P. M. Hull blooded Newfoundlands, small f.ncy Sooi els, Bull Terrier , Ratters. Watch and Sporting Doga, of any breed, furnished, that m y he required. N B ?The h st references given, if required. o25 3tSaMlkT'rc BUACOiN CUUKSK. A PURSE of t30 will he given, free for all trottiug horses that never won a Purse over $30. mile heats, beat 3 in 5, under the sadole, t < ome off on Thursday or Friday next the smnediyo' the Hurdle Race Entrance o close on Tuesday evening next, at 9 o'clock, at Greeu 4t Lovees, 3 or mo.e to make? race. _ , _ ., H'trdle Rare for $3,0 comes off on Thursday or F riday uext Two horses from Montreal airived la-t evening and two otl ers from Toronto are expected, at lhe> are entered for this race. g27 It'mc CENTREVILLE COURSE?TROTTING. " TWO PURGES iu one day of S25 each one in ha'neas the other t'lider th saddle, fme for all trotters that never won a I'utse over $30, to come off Wednesday, October 29th. to close Octoh- 27th, at Green and Losees, by 9 o'clock P. M., three or more to make a race. Also, a Purse > f R 00, mile heats, best 3 in 5. in harness, free for all trot i ig li uses, to close on Tuesd y November 4tn, bv 9o'cl ck, three or more to make a race. If L*dy Suffolk and M(grow itarts lor the above purse there wi'l be Rjii more ad-_ ded which will he given to the second fast horse, to come oil sb ut the l#th of .Noveniber JOEL CONKL1N, Proprtstor. On'r-vdle. Oct 26 IHI.'i. otfi^i'in PHILADhLRHLA HUNTING PAKK. COURSE TROTTI \G TUESDAY, Oct.28th?Purse <200?Two Mil* Heats, under thr sadd e (b-orge ? ou"K enters eorrel gelding Treutoo George Soirer... torrel griding Sir William Seine Day?Puree. $150 -460 ro ihe ercoud I est?Mile Heats; tlie beet three in fire, in harnee . I* ree for horeee that nevrr trotted for money. Entries to be mane on the pfennig previ OH. Wednesday, Oct. 29th?Purse $300?Three Mile Heate, in harneee Darid Bryant enters grer mare Lady Suffolk George Spicer enters bay grilling Americue Same Dav Puree $ 60?$ (I >o tlie s-coml beet?Two Mill Heate, under the saddle Free for horeee that never trotted for money. Kutri- e to lie made no the erentng previous. The ft et comes off at 1 o'clock each day . o24 Ot'rc TKfcNTON RACES. THE FALL MhETINO will commence orer the Eagle Course, on Wednesday, October 2ith. First Hay?Hwerpstakes for 3 y# r olds?Mile Heats, eub. SiOO each?Closed with three suhserihere. Same Day?A Purse of $100?Mile H>-ats. Second l)ar?A Puree of $260? Two Mile Heate?the second best to receifr $60. Snine Dai?A fume of $100?M'le Heats. Third Day?A Puree of $4',0?three Mile Heate?$100 to the second beet. Same Day?A Pu se of $'60-Two M'le Meets Should there tie a prospc. t of any cnmpetiti?n for a four mile Knee, .liberal FOUR MILE PURSE will be offered of winch due notice will be gireu. The R'Crs, each day to commence at one o'clock. For further particulars, see " New V ork Spirit of the Times" WM. SNOWDEN, Secretary. Trenton, (N. J.) Oct. 22, 1845. o2J Bfrc FOR LIVERPOOL?The new and spied'd .packet ship RAPPAHANNOCK. Capraiu Drum tinoud, burthen 1400 tous and upwards, will positively sail on Monday,the 27th met ml, her regular day. Thieele gaut vessel off.-rs a most desirable opportunity for those about to embark foi the old country; having superior accommodations to a y ship now up for the above port. For pusage in csbiu, second cabin or steerage.at thr lowest rates, please appli ou board.^yjevNo 3 North rjvey,orjo HN HEHDMAN R CO , o26m 61 8 uth street near Wall stfeet. BLACK BALL (?K OLD LIN*. Ill* LIVER POOL PACKETS?For Liverpool, only regular giarket of the 1st Nnrember. ir new, magnificent aid celrbra'rd fast tailing favorite Sicket ship Mt'NTEZUMA burthen I0MP tons. Cent A Limber, will |iosittvely sail on Saturday, thr 1st of Nov For iwssage in cabin, second cabin and steerage, and to se cure the best berths.early application should be inadr on board, loot of Uerkinau st, or to ihe subscribers. ROCHE, BROTHER* It CO. o25 re 36 Fulton street, nest door to the Fulton Bank mY? SAVANNAH ?Pa ket of the nil. Oc Hi ?T * splendid wrl known, fart sailing packet hrii ? 1 t splendid wrl known, last sailing packet brig (AUGUSTA Cgpisiu Sherwood, will posnu > ly sail as stinVr, her regular dev Tim ai-cixnni 'dalions in tliie veeeel for cs'nn sec nJ cabin uid steerage paxsciigr'S cannot be so pa-sed. 1 hnee wishing to sr. ure berths, should mt fail to make early application on beard, font of Maiden I me, o to W. tc J. T TAPSCOTT, 75 Sonih street. o26r corner Msideu lane FOR SALE, FRf IGHT OU CH MITER -Th? very last sailing packet ship LOUISVILLE, 513 tons icarrns 160(1 bales New Orleans Cotton; was built in ilus citj , with live oak and locust top; newly coppered aud patent lehed. Has handsome accommodations for 24 passm liers. Apply to E. K COl LI'aS it f O. "86 58 Sout.'' street, SELLING OFF PREVIOUS TO LEAVING I HE PREMISES. A LARGE BTi 11 K ()? DRV OOODS-at BILLING * well-known' lie.ip Store, 44 i Pesrl at-eet sear Chatham? Tbo entire stock is row telling off, and at such prices a* innsi id prise even the greatest ha gam hunts rs, cousis'iug of 8ilk?. Miawls, Cashmere, De l-aines. Blankets Flannels very I w. Linen, a large lot of Printa,bleached and unbleached Muslins Hosiery. Gloves, Lace, and i ? fact every article connected with i large and well aasorted stock of Dry (foods. Do uot for ge, the name and number? BILIlNt*. oil 2w*mc 445 Pearl nr .r Chatham FRENCH ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS AND FEA THERS. LOW1TZ It BECKER 34 John at, have received by the last Havre packets,Louie Philip, Si Nicholas and Ducln-ss, d'Orleans. a full as.or. incut of the ncweat and most fashionable a* v/iicoiib. ?? s as si on '?>i . inriit 471 in*- urw gnt mill nnmi i isiuouni'it styles of French Flowers and Feathers, which they offer fot sale at reasonable prices. 6 lm*rh LOWIT7 It BECKER. 74 John st. I Mr. N Hay-ward. the ongi al discoverer and lirst i.iveutoi of Mculie I li dia I'libber, has discovered another nn rovement in the applicatloii, which will puzzle Ihe world to tin 1 out, as lie Ins now associated with In n a capitallsi who will P'utect his intent I his it the giving to hit Metalic Ktibner he surfitc* nfpatent le.tlier, without using the crack lag v 'tnuli heietof r n e(| His Shoes, now off rvd for sail it 25 Maideu If e, are w thout nception the most perfect arti cle ni the kiad the world wet saw For sale in quantities to suit by HOR ACE H 1) VY, oil Im'r 25 Maide. I tie. GOAL. AM now delivering best Peach Orchard and Red Ash Coal screened andfrsc ?t cartage fro e yard at the following i prices, (as usual the lowest ni the city,) namely. Broken. Egg and Stove st $6 25; large not $4 75; small nut $4 per ton, with '46 rents off if taken from the boats. Coal Yard corner of King and Greenwich streets. PETER CLINTON. ?11 tm'ra MB. MURDOCH AS BENEDICK MKS. CI,AND AS BEATRICE. Monday Krwvilttg. October '41 Ui, Wi'l be performed MUCH ADO AflOll NOTHING Hauedick Mr Mu-dock 8r<u ca Mrs Bland Pedio Mr Bland CI uilio ftyr.tt Autumn Fi-her Haro Mri Abboil La Vrnecian, by the two Miaa Vallees To c ?!) hide with v, ,, , THE BOARDING SCHOOL. Mm Grodemp Mrs Vernou w ?*'aV Mr Hisher MajnrMai?4aa H r, anon Miaa Biggs Mr, Dyoit T ueaday? LEOPOLD UE MEYER, Anu I ait night but two of hu eugajtement. Price of Admission?Boats, $l; Pit, so ceou ; Gallery, ii ceuta. Doora open at 6)4 o'clock, sad the Csrtaia wiUriae preeiaely at 7 o'clock Z3T A limited uomber of Season Tickets may be obtained it the Box Office. BOWEHY THBATitki. Monday Evening, October 'A7th, WiM be performed. Ihe drama of BOLD THUNDERBOLT. Mike Martin Mr Clerk* Jack Thunderbolt Mil er Clnsefiat Veche N 'rah Mr. Philliii Tabitha Tei'y Skickney Mix Popp.njay Maine.>n After which. NAPOLEON. Napoleou Mr J R Scott St. Leon Mr B! nch rd Corporal Canteen Cony 'I heresa Mre Madieon Gabriel Miea E Bell Hero, the Dsse-trr'a Do* by the Dog Hector To co clnd with THE DUMB BELLE. Vivian Mr Clarke O'Smirk Vacue Eliza Mra Phillip* ,r~7* Lower Boies 5U cents; Second end Third Tiere, 25 etJ.; Pit and Gallery, 12)4 cents Doors will open at half pnet 6. the eurt'in will riae at 7. CI1K8NIT STREET TIIHATBI PHILADELPHIA W. E. Bubtois Lnsifcx ahd Mats a?br MR. AND MRS C KEAN, FOR SEVEN NIGHTS ONLY. Monday Evening. llctoh*? '47th, Will be performed THF. LAUY OF LYONS?C'l. ude Mel ttotte, vlr C K-an; Pauline, Vr? C Kea '. To conrlade wi.h THE KINO AND I?Sir Wm Melmae, Mr G Barrett; Drake. Mr Shaw; Jaesie, Mra W H Smhh. AllCli bTREEr lllEAJKe.. PHILADELPHIA Stss? VUatukR M*. H. E. Btbvkivs BENEFIT OF MRS. A. C.MOWATT. Monday Evening, October 47th, Will he performed THE BRIDE OF I AMMERMOOR Kdg ir of Raveusvvood, Mr Crisp; Lucy Aahton, Mis A C Mi.watt. Alt r which, THE FIRST FRATRICIDE-Abel, Mr Wood Caiu, Mr. Davu. Dancing. To conclude with USED UP?Sir C Coldstream, Mr I'riip. BOWERY CIRCUS. Monday Evening, October 47th, BENEFIT OF JOE PENTLAND, THE CLOWN. A magnificent lull for Monday evening, including HORSEMANSHIP. Vaulting, Tumbling. Feats of Strength and Agility, Acrobatic Exercises. Contests of Mu cular Skill, BRILLIANT CAVAI CADES. ETHIOPIAN MINSTRELS. Comic Burlettas, Bon Mots, Laugh ible Stories, Extrava n II/.1S Itc. Itc. N A. HOWE'S entire troope is engaged, and will apjieai on Tu aday. Doora open a? 6?Performance tj commence af 7 o'cl -ck Admissi n?Boxra 25 ceuta?Pit 11)4 ceuta?Children to Pot ea half price. o27 lt*je OI'EM.V of the N ? TIO.V AL UNION CTKCUN (Late Richmond Hill) now Richmond Theatre, Vomer of Vanckand Charlton it* The doors will open al half p?IC, |>crlormauce commence at 7 Admission?Dress Circle, C.0 cent': 2d and 3d Circlet, 25 cents; Pit, 12)4 rents; Private Boxes, $5. Equestrian Director Mr H Neediiam Clowns Alex Rockwe'l and Dan Gardner On MONDAY EVENING. Oct. 27, the performs res will commence with a Grand Cavalcade? after which. Horacm u >liip by Master Rivera?Giand 'I rampoliuing and Horsemau ahip b Hiram Franklin?Equestrian Exercia-t by Mad Unllen ?the Brivai d i hief, by J Whittaker?aud a Great Variety of Singing by the Mins'i-ela, Gymnas ic P xerciaea, tic itc- The whole lo conclude with the Far.e of the GERM A N FAR MER. o27 Iw'mc aLHAUHa. No. 559 Broadway, (between Spring and Prince.) OPERATIC BURLESQUE TRIUMPHANT. PALMO'S ETHIOPIAN OPERA CO ? PANY la nightly greeted with ahouta of laughter by numerous and faahioiinbl* audiences. THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, Oct 27th, Will be presented the grand Ethionian Opera, (in three parts) entitled BL \CK DIABOLO. Or De Inn oli Terrapina. being a traveatie on the celebrat*i' Oiwia of kR.A DlAVOl O with all the original music. Ii will bepeced-dby A GRAND VOCAL CONCERT. Doors open it 7 o'clock. I'eform.ince to commence at 7)4, Admission 25 cent! o27 3l*inC OLE BULL'S FAREWELL TO AMERICA OLE BULL, in returning hii heartfelt tha, ki lor the many gr t<f> it,jf ?ctumounli recened hy him I'rom the Ameri can people has the honor to announce that hi? Ijiit Appearance on this Continent will take pi tee at THE TABERNACLE, On Thursday next, October ,'IOth, on which occaiion he will give a CONCERT, FOR THE BENEFIT OK THE Widows' a^l Orphans' Asylum Fund of the Masonic Fra-emity of the State of New York I On which occasion he will be assisted by A1KS E. L'.DER. MlaS E. DE LUCE, MR. DiJFKIELD. And an ORCHESTRA upon the moat extensive acale, uniler the direction of MR GEORUE LODER TICKETS ONE DOLLAR to be obtained at the muni tl icea, or of J ones Herring;. Grand Secretary of die Grand ,odite ol the State of New York, at the Howara House, o26 tf rc LECTURE ON CHINA I MONDAY, t7th October, at the New York Society Li- ' brary. STANISLAS HERNISZ, Late Attach( and Interpreter 11 the U. 8 ISStON TO t HiNA, will dative, the fi ?t of a ? ourse of til Lectures on the People of the ?' Cent al Flowery ? inpire"?their Language and Lite rature?their L lassical a d P i, ular Writings?iheir Woik* of Fiction, Novels, Sic. Eitracta will be read from a vetyi-o,Hi lar Chinese novel, entitled Se Tin Kwei ( hi g T i?, 'I iuan C huau. Doo s open at 7 o'clock P. M.?The I re will commence 't eight. Si, gle Ticket 50 eenta, to be had at the door. The secoud Le will take place on Wednesday, 29tl inst. oh 4t*mc SRI.EN I HI) FESTIVAL CONCERT. THE 8UBSORI Bc.H has the pleasure of annouuciug to the ladies ud gentlemen of die city of New York, tout he in tends to give a splendid Vocal and Instrumental Conceit on Monday Erenlng, the lOlh of November, at the Bioadw -,y Tabenia, le, on which occasiou he will be as sisted bv all the most distinguished profesMon.il ability of this city, combined wnh the members of the Philharmonic and New York Sacred Music Societies. U. C. HILL. CARD?U. C Hill respectfully solicits all those of his mt , ml friends. I idies or gentlemen, who may be competent u to uke i-hi t in the perlormniics, either vocal or instrumental, oi die ah.,ve Conceit, to meet forrehearsai at the Coliseum, UP Broadway, on Wednesday Evenings, at 7 o'clock precisely oil P.N 10 rc I Vf it W ? AHIBITINU. (tor a short timeuul) I ai the Hooip it of the National Academy of Design, corner ol Broadway oid Leonard street, De Kuyper's celebrated atatue (in marble) -ntitleu ? LA SORTIE DU BAIN," (Coming from the Bath.) Thia esijuiaite and refined work, which ha* been prououuee, by all who have aeeu it to be the rh tf d'ttuvrr of modern i r uid which haa attracted crowda of adtnirera pi Europe, h, ecu brought to thia country at ?real coat and riak, and is u< w confidently opened for the inspection of the lovers of this sn.. time and beautiful art. Open from 9 A. M. until 10 P. M. Admittance 25 cents.? deas in To ken 50 cents iVrn HAMlMr AND WALlZINU ACADcMY. MR J PARKER and his Daughiertvi h to announce!,? their friends nil die. u lict at their school in the n?w rooms attached to the North American H< hi, entrance lu B i' ,r,l ,t eel. will open on Weilnesd ly, the 29 h mat. Days of Tuition?Wedneadaya sud Sa'urdaya from 3 to i, f" young Ladies; Boy a half-past 5; from t to 10 for Uentlt - inen. Mr P .stires the pub ic that he has spar d no expanse t procu e all the i.ew and fashionable dim es, as danced at pre suit r. Europe, and brought out by Miss Ellis . The opeui, g public will tike place on Tuesday. the 4th ,.l Noteinber,and be repeated every other l ues, sy evening dn ,tug toe ?eaion. The first public in Blrecker street Will take |,| >ce on Tuesday, the 1 h of November, at the Nor hern Kx , l>an^e. ^t* r LESSONS IN DANCING, WALTZING, dec MAD. ACHILLE reapectlully annouueeato her Iri-nda ml patrous, and to the public ill general, that her regular ela will commence on Saturday, October lltu at her Saloon, No. Ii Walker street. DAY8 OF TUITION. For young Ladies and young Masters under 10 years of age, ,i erery W ednesday and Saturday, from 3 to 5 o'clock?and t lor young Gentlemen. Evening ( lass lor Gentlemen, every Tuesday and Thurada it ( o'clock. For Ladies and Gentlemen desirous of fo-mtng by them selves pr.v ite Quae' ille < I isshs, P dka or Maxu, kn Quadrilles oi any days and hour most convenient to both parties For individual mid private lessons in Dancing, Waltxing. Polku or Mazurka, for Ladies and Gentlemen, at any fixed hour, desired. Madtme A. continues to give her professional at-rvieea at i oui.g ladies'boarding xchoola and private families. Soiree Balls,exclusively for her pupils, accompanied bv their parents or guardians, >? usual Bung in correspondence w ith several of the principal pro essora in Paris, Madame A. receives from them sll the novel lies of llie day, admitted in the fashionable aoeivty, ami she will make it a duty to adopt them in her el.iaaea or private tea o?a. arroniing to her nation's ,le?,-e< ' INDIA RUBBER Gin)DS. GOODY E A R ' S P A T h .V 7 . WARRANTED TOT TO STIFFEN OR HOKTEN UN (U D a v V I)|i Ol* * Oli 1 OH fir.A 1 . \ GKNKR AL atsorfvrt.i of mad* on?ier th? ab*?v? ? /V MiHiit rnrlutliiif Machine feltinf. Carringf and othi-r C.lotlii rterv width and thickness; Gonta, < Pooctioa ?' tl i,d Ov'erhTiil. Caps, Hats and Ho..wester. Boo,, and Wooas Mechanic's tprous, Ladies Al-roiia, 1 ravelling B ^smVnV Bags, Letter Bags. Ship BuckeU, Fire Buckets Wsrer Hose Life Preservers, Air Mattnuses, Cushions 1 ar [,minis for eove'ing deck freight,Portable Shower Baths,Bath nig Mats, Ac .*c. Far.Me, wholesaled noiS 2m*m I"? Bnsadwiy. (t~AM k WARD hatriacbaea bu nt, oved to / Stor# No *4 Broad street, or the (.riPSt n* ati.v-t vv l.AaS'l' BVk!Ill5U'N *?*??,. Our letters and papers from tbe South, did not come to hand last night, owing to an error ol Um mul conductor in placing them in the check bos for New Brunswick, instead of New York Washington. fCorrespondevice of tbe Herald.J Washington, Oct. 20, 1846. The Oregon Trouble?Antin/jated Cabinet Change* ?A/rpoail Hints, <J-c. Cabinet Council to-day Long session. The ta riff and Oregon supposed to be under litigation. The President, from his own prepossessions and his atti tude upon the Oregon question during the Presiden tial campaign, is committed to the West. The in gural further binding him in this matter, he has not even a subterfuge of retreat. Mr. Buchanan, from prolonged controversies with the British Ambaaaa dor, has diverged from the bold position of the whole of Oregon, or war, to the advantages of a compro mise, or an arbitration, tor the sake of peace. It will assuredly be a difficult matter to displace Great Br'tain entirely from any claim whatsoever to any portion of the Northwest territory, through negotia tions, alter the assent of our government by the conventions ol 1817, and 1827, to the joint occupa tion of said territory, whereby the right of Great Britain to a portion of the soil in dispute, however indefinite and undetermined, was officially con ceded. But the demands of the West, and the stand assumed by the President, admit of "no compromise but at the cannon's mouth," no arbitration but the sword. The West demands the whole of the terri tory to the Russian boundary on the North, and the Mexican territory on the South, dispossessing Queen Victoria of her imaginary title to a single acre. The apparently inevitable alternative of war, in the adop tion of the unyielding policy ol the West by the Pre sident, is an alternative for which the nrrveB of Bar. Buchanan are no more prepared, than for a material reduction of the duties upon iron ; but the President is left to no election upon this question?the Baltimore resolutions?the demands of the West? the inaugural message?leave htm no loop-hole of escape. Taking it as settled that Mr. Buchanan retires from the State Department, it is a current impres sion that Mr Walker will move up to his piace, leaving the Treasury vacant tor some 6uch person age as Saunders of North Carolina, (if he can't get off to Spain,) or some tractable Pennsylvanian. A. C Flagg of New York is on the look-out for an opening, and Churchill C. Cumbreleng would have no objection, if Mr. Marcy should find it convenient to resign, to take his place as the chief ol Military affairs. We shall find no difficulty in finding substi tutes for the present ministers of the administration ; one only trouble has been the keeping the existing ' Cabinet together so long as has been done. The ! New York Barnburners have no ides of surrendering all claim to the " loaves nnd fishes," though they may have conspired Hgainst the policy of the adrai I nistratton. The pot is now boiling finely. We are apprised that T. H Crawford, Commis sioner of Indian affairs, is to he transferred to the jurisdiction of the Criminal Court of this District, salary $2,000 per annum in perpetuity. Hon. Thomas L Hamer, of Ohio, a member of Congress contemporary with Colonel Polk, is spoken of" as tne prominent man to succeed Crawford in the ad ministration of our Indian affairs. I Colonel Win. Medi I, Second Assistant Postmas ter General, who has been absent some weeks in Ohio, returned last evening. There is a deputation (arrived yesterday) of a dozen Pottawatamie Indians irum Iowa territory, ut Fuller's. They came in relation to iheir innui ties, their lands, their difficulties with the whiles, and their protective transfer backward toward 1 the Rocky Mountains. Some of the Cherokees of Arkansas are st.ll remaining in the city. Professor Hewitt rebate his oratorio of " Jep j thah" next week, preparatory to an experiment with it in New York. And we predict you that it I will be a windfall to the Taoernacle when it comes. Lowell. - Lowell, Oct-4% 1846. Statistics of the Industry of Low At the last session of the Massachusetts Begislaturo, a law was passed, requiring the Assessors in the towns and iiiies throughout the state to procure the statistics of 1 ts productions?agricul'uial, manufacturing and com. mereial. The lacts are to be embodied and published under the directiou of the Secietary of the Stata, next winter. Tho Assessors ol this city hare just finished their work, and I will send you some tacts concerning the menufac turing industry of Lowell the commercial and egricul rural productions are of course very triAing I rather think that there is no place of 35,000 or 30.000 inhabi tants, which is more talked about than our city. It in fact forms a considerable portion of the standing capital of the whig and democratic parties?the whigs point to its prosperity as an unanswerable argument in favor of the tariff', and their opponents to its rate of wage* and the regulations of its mills, as proof positiva of tbe op pression and wickedness of the millocracy. Lowell is to be sure e thriving place, and the largest manufactur ing town in the Union, but it is not so much unlike other northern towns and cities that it should attract this ge neral attention. It is considered as the representative und exponent of all the manufacturing interest in the nation, and the friends of the tariff'are shrewder thai there opponents in admitting this, for it would not be difficult to show that tbe system is cariied on here to more advantage, both to employers and employed, than in almost at y other place in the country. But to the statistics of 1844. And first, ot the Cotton Manufacture. There are 39 nulls lor the manufacture of cottou, with '199,148 spin dles. Tbey consume 16.411918 pounds of cotton and make 74.138,711 yards ot shitting*, sheetings, ditilings, cotton flannels, tickings, printing clotbs, denims and os naburgs, valued at $3,905 641 84 Also, 10,100 pounds cottou yarn, value $3,049; 760,000 pounds cotton batting, value !>?>! >00; 11,000 pounds pelisse wadding, value $.'>,300 ; 1,000 000 yards cotton flannel, value $300,000. i he capital invested is $6,476,000, and tbe number of males employed, 1.307; the number of females, 9,999 Connected with the Merrimack and Hamilton Mills, are two establishments for making calico, which print 11,910,165 yards? value $1,631,100 ; yards bleached and colored, aud not printed, 880,196?value $93,000. The 0 mount of capital is $760,000 ; number of melee em ployed. 430 ; lemales, 37. There is one establishment, not counected with these, which bleaches or colors 8,000,000 yards value $800,000 ; has a capital of $76,000, and employe 80 hands Now lor the Woollen Mauuiacture. There are Ave mills, which work 1,300 000 lbs. of wool, and make 100,000 yards broad-cloth?value $350,000 ; 610,474 yards caosimere- value $606,000 ; 90,000 yards Kentucky Jeans-value $15,000 ; 383,759 yards flannel?value $73,371 : 3.391 yaide green hocking- value $1,100, ..497 pairs blankets value $6 801 ; 30 935 lbs. woollen \ am not made into cloth?value $6,698 30. '1 he capital is $839,000, and the number ot males employed >18 , number of females, 684. Kor the ( erpet Manufacture there are three mills, svInch consume 835,438 lbs el wool, end make 419 390 , ards carpeting, and 1,863 rugs-value $398,344 Capi ,ii $331,000 ; males employed, 346 ; lemales 188. Uut this Cotton and W oollen and Carpet busineas, ie >v no means all the manulacturing none in Lowell, as . hu shall see There are two establishments for ma mg hosiery, which make 31,000 peirs of hose, of the alue ot $10,311(1, two furnaces, which make 1900 tons f castings, ot the value ol $138,000 , Ave establish ents which make machinery of the value of $310,000 ; i,o lock manufactory, which makes 33,400 locks?value 1*3 (mo ; one coppei manufactory?lbs. ol copper, >0.000 value $10 000 ; one brans founderv?value of articles, 7 500, one paper mennlactoiy? lbs of stock used, 4) ooo-lbs ot papier made. 300,000 value $19,600 ; one ?ush manufactory ? value ot brushes, $3 600 ; lour sad. e. harness, lie. maauJactoiles value $8,000 ; two up. listerias? value of upholstery made, $3,000 ; four bat >d cap manufactories?number ol bate and caps made. 1 000 value $90,000; one card maaulactory?value 16 000 ; three soap and tallow caudle manufactories? > I tie $44,600 : three powder mille?kege of powder, ?, 000 ?value $87,600 ; six tinware manufactories?value 13,000; value ol cigars made, $7,000; value of boots and nee made,$16,166; value of building stone quarries aud re pa rod, $30.000; value ol marble wioug ht, $9,000, value I whips made. $4,000; velue of blocks end pumps nide, $1000; value of lumber prepared for market, 19,300; value of bedsteads made $9,000; value of shut les, bobbins, fcc., made, $36 000; value of loom heddU. cide, $7,733, value ol scales and ha ance. made, $0,000, ilue of power loom pickers made, $>M00> ??lue of iles cut $600; value ol leeds made, $9,600; value if .ink done tor J isnoforles, $4dW0; value of blinds , hes doors. 4c. made, $19 000; value ol cloth boxe, nd folding boards made. $30,000, value of etovea made, ?0 000; value of printed cotton booking made, $30,000 There are 66.749 gallons of sperm oil. of the value of ?.? >33 used in the manufacturing establishments; also 409 gallons of w hale oil, ot the value of $3,700, else 307 gallons of other kin Is of oil, ot tho value ol -33,690. There are 13,333 tons of anthracite coal used, alue $77,674; also 488 ton- of bituminous and fore'gu ?al, value $4 300. The value of all other articles used >i manulactuiing, except cotto , wool, and iron, of Ame igin production, is $>38,638 30, of loieign production, 399.633 33 Tbe number of hands employed i" the ma utacttiiingbuiinesa, I have enumerated, aside from ihe utton. woollen end car|?et business, is 1181; the amount t capital invested is $6*6,300 1 mig! t have given you these statistics with mote ai ticulaiily, but I presume it is not necessary to a ftill iiideistanding oi the industry an I production of the i ice A greet many branches of industry ere not enu >rated ami the business of the preient year would now a much fetgor production than that ol 1844 1 hare >re now in progress ol completion or have been huitt he niesent v ear a number of new mills and additions te he old ones If 1846 is a goo I jeer ler manufacturers, no busy hamls of Lowell, man and women, will turn ut a very much increased amount of wealth I shall writ# to you again concerning thia city ol ?p, lies.