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NEWS FROM THE WEST INDIES.
Sugar Tradr In Jiimalt-u?The Town Knrlch fd bjr Amcrlrnti Tr? vtllcrs? French Colonial IVfrnff of Ihf Negro Tritilr?The Crops, Wcathtraiid K migration. We have flies from the British West Indies dated at Kingston, Jamaica, on nth of October, with later reports from most of the other Islands. From the Frooeh West lull's we have an interesting article, taken from a Qua taloupc paper, written in dcfsace of the Afri '.tn imm gratton policy of Napoleon The sys tem is defended on the ground of Christianity, morality and philanthropy, and the Kxeter llall orators of khtgland oome in for some hard knocks. OUR KINGSTON CORRESPONDEDCE. Kisoston. Jamaica, Oct 7. 185S. Extension cf the Atlantic Telegraph to Jamaica?Steamshi/u tn the United States?Representation of the Colonies in the Imperial Parliament?Expected Refusal qf the < .'internment to Sanction Chinese Immigration?Baneful Results on the Agriculture of the Colony?Jamaica dim't want Se/toy Conncts?Sugar Duties?The Colonial Reoenue? I'alur of Landed J'mjterty, rfc Although there haa been no public demons!ration in this Country at the success of the Atlantic telegraph, we ro Jo ice at the completion of this wonderful undertaking. Mer chants, politicians and others are anxious to know if Ja maica will be connected with the mighty republic and the Oi l World by means of the electric wire. The speech which Mr. llosock, our Minister of Finance, delivered in the House of Assembly last session, in opposing the pro position to establish a steam communication between this island and New York, lias been rejiublbihed and made the foundation of several tiews|iaiK?r articles. Mr. Hosoek stated that he was in posse-siou of an iniportaut comtnuni cation from the West India body in England, announcing that "as soon as Iho Atlantic telegraph should be laid down between Valontiu and Newfoundland it would be carried, by means of branches, through Jamaica and the other West India islands." This communication has also been published, and states that Jamaica will he called ujion to guarantee ?100,000?lite expeusc of laying down the Hue from K< y West to this island. Exception is taking to this, on the ground that as Cuba intervenes and will, therefore, receive European and American intelligence be fore Jamaica, wo should only lie called upon to guarautee the cost of connecting the two islands, which is estimated at ?17,000 to ?18,000. The public are at present more favorable to the steam communication than to the telegraph, for they know that for ?4,800 per annum they will h iveu steamer at thisjiort fortnightly, which will bring late intelligence and augment tindehythe influx of her passengeie: but they do not know what they will have to |>ay for the electric wire. However, this matter will soon be settled, rs the I/>g:sla tore w ill be in s< -sum in the course of six weeks. Some thing must, under all circumstances, be done during the ensuing session to facilitate communication with the United States, tor the community will no longer consent to remain strangers to the atlairs of our transatlantic neighbors. The question of colonial representation in Parliament is being discussed here, and arrangements are on the tapis for pressing tins matter by memorial oil the Imperial go vernment. Tlie representation of the colonies in Parlia ment would be of vast benefit to the dependencies of ling? Ian t, and Jamaica, w ilhout a doubt, would be greatly ad VHOtaged by it. Although this island is the oldest West India colony of Great Britain, less is known of her affairs by the leading politician! of England than of Siberia or British Caledonia. No Minister baa ever furnished the Leg slature w ith correct information respecting Jamaica. The refusal of the British government to sanction immi gration from China to Triuulad at the public cost creates an impression here that the veto of her Majesty's Minis tern will be placed on the grant of ?20,000 which our Board of Immigration has made for the introduction of Chinese laborers into this colony. Mr. Stephen Cave, CI.airman of the West India laxly in England, has address ed a letter to the Secretary of State on behalf of this colo ny, but the last packet sailed before a reply was received. Mr Cave very correctly informed Sir Lytton that "should this projiosit.ou be negatived. Jamaica would be shut out from participating in the enterprise sanctioned by lord fttanlry (the late Colonial Secretary), and the exertions uow being made to revive cultivation would be paralyzed, as throughout the greater portion of the island labor cannot be obtained on reasonable terms " It would, indeed, be cruel wei e we to be deprived of these laborers, as we are In need of their service*, and the money for their i in pur tation is ready at hand. A government document states that the East India Hoard han resolved on transjoi ting the Sepoy mutineer* or insur gents to the Adaman Islands, which they consider "pre feialde to any othei destination" for that class of con vii ts, and, therefore, uoue will be sent to the West Indies as agricultural lalxwers. This announcement m no way affects un, as the House of Assembly, daring the last s < ? uw, on motion ol Mr. E. R. Lynch, one of tlie representa tive.) of 1st Catharine, declined having any ol these "cut throat! " A corres|*)udence of some importance to Jamaica and the other West India colonies has also txx-n tnihlished. It slates that the LurdaCouiiiiit-atOtH-ra of her Majesty * Tr.u sury have dim ted that th--duty of 2* pi r 1'Fiiwt on sugar used in breweries. Imposed by tlie Act lu an I "JO Victoria, > liapter 34. sliall not be en icted so long a* the duty on muscovado sugar remains above llcSJfd,, which is equivalent on sugar u?< 1 m brewing lor the pro-ut rate of malt duty. Tlie Receiver General lias just published a c-wnnaratlve statement ol the revenue |*id into the public treasury during eight quarter* ending 30th June is-d. The net amount received for the June quarter was ?M,Stl 1. 7d.. which is an increase on the previous qua-ter ot ?411 *? (kl , and an lucrewxe on the saraeq-iartcr <4 1857 ol ?3.183 It* ts! Tlie umoiint received under the lrni<ort Buty act during the three months ending 3<>th June last, Is ?38, ?JVH 15- 8d. griws, whieh is nearly ?3.0(10 more than that obtained frotu lire same source during any other quarter embraced In the return But white tin* ituixni has in creas -d, tlie tonnage duee liave decreased from ?2,8sl Is. lid.,in January,February and Mardi.toU.'Uh id the three subsequent months Rum dulto* yielded ?1. 308 6? (81., and stamp dut.es ?717 14s. 81 in ex rem of the sum received during th* previous quarter. Metal license* lave for the first lime during the year ending Juue 30. *outri)>uUxi a quota loth! revenue id the shape of ?34 4* , but the amount for sidl li censes is small compared with that collected m the March quarter Tlie.auseof the alight increase in the general revenue is lt> be foun 1 in the columns appropriated to direct taxes In tin Mai.h q larler, the i-o-le* bug rou etabbx pa d In ?3.408 3? 4 1 . but in th- Jon--quarter, only ?1.077 Hit. lid ?the dlff.-retM e being ?2.330 Us 2d Tlie fole.w.iic < xhilnts the revenue received during the quarter coding Jon* 30. 1868 ? Tonnage rt.ib.-s ?2.114 8 0 Imp?*dut?-? 38 228 15 0 Transient pour tax. 380 3 1 licattb officers fees, 62 13 0 I'ublic taxes 1 077 12 2 Rum doty 7 482 18 0 Fun.p duty 3.842 10 3 Fens of Registrar Court of Cham ? ry 27 0 7 M- tol llerttses 34 4 0 8UII lio-Mis.. 31T 6 3 Total. ?51.321 8 4 Less duties refunded 840 4 t Rett ?60.6*1 3 7 Htanb-n estate, m 81 Th'-roa* in the Fast, c-uitu nine 000 arte! n( Istid, and with live and dead sb-ck. wsl-r wheel and engine, and 140 w re* m cane*, w * wdd s few days a*-- for ?2.780 Tlie a- joining isut- ?Suit's River?a th the name quantity id land, also r -. |? r stills and water wheel, was lifcewt*. disposed <4, and f>dcbed the sum .if CA00. Ifcr.li properties were p irchBMd by Mr. fb-wge McGrath, <d Ft. Thorns* in the Vale m Urn l-irk. n< tr Fpeiiisli Town, containing < ghty acre* ot 4j i nea gran* and common pasture, with a large and Oofnm ?!">.?# -iw, p tug. was anld during the same w t rut f th-Court -f Cham cry, to Isaac Is-vy, E-q . m- near ot Asa- inbly f St. J'-Ln, for the sum of ?800. NEWSPAPER ACCOUNTS* The Kingston J<mry*al of the 4th of f ?rtob?r contain" the following remarks ?The weather is ex.eeding'y Une. the (sctoher season having set id with very mxh-rate ra.ns. large quantities of various qualities of sugar were offered on several occasions last week, hut withdrawn la consequence of there having been no bidder* lite ash-* this moramg comprise 4u bbls fair al 26s. per 100 12a., and 7 hhd* graiay at 22? It bav.ng Ireeo annouaceri that aa Amer.ean -team, r is I Ikely to call here om? a mouth, while on her way With the malls and pasaeng.-r* to Asp nwall, a great deal of *a I is fact xxi is evinced both by the merchants and shopkoep er*. who arc in hopes of reviving the brisk and profitable trade which two or three year* ago made Knrton as sume a rather flourishing appearance There la quite a Stv among the small eating n--u*c krvjx-rs aluag the .mat end of llarhar and fort Koyal Streets, four flflh* of win-in tiav# berti compelled to g vc up business since the *'o*m er* i eased calling here A great trade was don- in fruits also and many <0 those who at one pme ins le a hand ?-ii." living by it. txgia U> make arrangenienta for a re . vai of the business when ih?- sieam-r calls, Oranges, bananas, lemon#, and many other descriptions of our de le >'>wi fruits, were articles very murh sought after by the Yankees, and, consequently, it hemme a very paying busibssw u> di-al in fruits Me remeiulx-r seeing a* many as twenty . art loads of green oranges brought from the mountain- to supply a single steamer. There is an tm prcsaioa abroad mat the question of sulnldir tig tliese ntoainers ? hi again b< brought to the notice of the leg s tat.ire during the t --th- .-ming *e*sino. Ill* Kteellenry the Governor l.a- l?*oed hi* pnelimv tion summoning the le g n ature to meet on the 2th of him ember Tie Jamaica G-iw-'v state* thai trader* will be received t-j II- Ex-- iv. ; . gut, ; da pri.tr, fr-xn js-rwxis wnimg to iak< pori of the |o.?n or ??(. jusi. authorized to le-rsise-t |,,f <i? p? , .< f.-aving |1 ? hi* uf the parishe-. and iornp- u*ai ? i ih-- Code- lot s Id 7 a \ * T1 K Ogrton .fowrn .L-<f th 8th i !, tr?, t re Ixw-n given W< ll- l/.u I at I t-. , -a r <m m n> rs, by the Hecrelary <>| State fur lit Col-tiu.w, to dire-1 liat Uiree thousand coolie* siioaa t le i t -a this sd as soon a* they could he pr.. --d, and that ,S,o ?tx>iil<l (sart - ipai- m the etnigrai -a of Ub- ran J Afr an* from Africa AWTtOfA. Tlie p ipeff (rem Un* isbuid are dated to the IHh inst. Th 8 repert of the Onniflalttee ntsMi Claims f--r . mi perisstt ar -ngoutuf th? late disturbance*, w is b?ougt?t in an-' pi -.-d a -b*patch from the .xecr.-iary <A f tat for th< ' -si <?* was la d i-efore Ixitb branches, relative to the ra s.i ?? and ma ntalniug. from lor a I revenues and by )?e*J ef ii#. snrti a military force a* w II by it* pre*' new I-wrantcr tlx safety, dignity snd taflernal p-a e of the i -ifcmy Tit* weather e.xit n-ie-t wet. an* thecout try was I "presented as looking benut fully verdant. but a few days v- fcttvv luitahaiv a? *as ibm prtvaouqi wvaii sp-'vdi y absorb (ho moisture from Uio land, and change at once Uia aspect of tbiugs. The heat was intense. BARBADOS. The papers from this island are dated on the (Hli of Sep leather:? The wrather during the fortnight had been more Tavor able; scarcely a day had passed without a fine soaking rain. The heat continued oppress ve, rendering every oue unlit for active employment. The complete ruin ot the cane crop, for want of Uaiely weather, and the back wardness of the yam and potato, imparted continued ac tivity to the American provision trade. The general news was without interest. There had been two meetings of resident proprietors of estates in further ance of the project for improving the moral and social condition of tht laboring classes, at which the tenancy question had received some consideration. DEMAKARA. The Court of Policy had had a meeting at which was an nounced the couflnualiou by her Majesty of the Railway ordinances to enable the company to raise a loan of ?176.000 on the colony's guarantee. The ordtinuce re quires the appointment of a colonial committee of ma nagement, consisting of three, two to be appoiuted by the company, and the third by the government, but to be paid by the company. Manufacturing operations had been commenced on many estates, and about the 221 of Sep tember would become general throughout the colouy. Trade continued dull, but it was expected that when sugar making commenced there would probably be an improve ment. We quote from the city article of the Intelligencer : Business has been unusually dull during the past fort night?very little doing in imports, and there has been a decline in price on nearly all. A small cargo of codQsU has arrived from Newfoundland, which has been stored for retail sales. The stock in hand, including a quantity of large French cured fish, in ten quintal casks, amounts to nearly 3,009 quintals, two thirds of which is of last year's cure. There have Itoen several arri vals of white pine lumber; two last cargoes sold at $23. A well assorted cargo of pitch pine wanted. K.x|>orts continue very scarce, both for sale and shipment , sugar in brisk demand for the United States; rum very dull. Freights are quite nominal, and the river s crowded with seeking ships. Weather intensely hot. TRINIDAD. Our exrhanges from this island are to the 4th. The in telligence is not of much interest. The Council of Covern inent had a meeting on the 1st. Two despatches from the Secretary of State, on immigration, were read; the ilrst referred to the loss of life on board the Saladin and Cam bodia after leaving Calcutta with coolies, the foruvn for Trinidad and the lultcr for British Guiana; the second das patch directed that all the expense of introducing Chinese should be defrayed by the parties bringing them out, and not be a charge on the public revenue of the colony. SAINT KITTS. Reports from the island, dated on the 11th instant, state that the weather during the fortnight had presented the features of tha hurricane months?heavy rains follow l by sultry atmosphere, excessively oppress vo. THE FRENCH SLAVE TRADE IN AFRICA?COLONIAL REPLY TO THE BRITISH PHILANTHROPISTS. [Front L'Avenir of Guadeloupe, August 26.J In announcing in our last number (14tli August) the arrival of the Stella, which had just come into port with 700 African immigrants, we, taking an interest in the matter which must he generally understood, congratu lated ourselves on the satisfactory state of health in which we fouuil these men, women and children, on visit ing them at DkrboiMsier. DarfeMWter la but a sort of first resting place, where the immigrants, Indian or Afri can, halt to refresh themselves after the fatigues of the voyage, and to make acquaintance w ith that soil of the Antilles hv which they are invited hither, and the fruit fulness of which is to be increased by their labor; yet nothing is omitted at Darlioussior to render the sojourn ugroeabic and w holesome,and the locality is in every pos sible way adapted to the purpose. We stated that all the immigrants enjoyed perfi>ot health, in consequence, we added, of the good treatment of which they had been the Objects at the hands of the ship's oflteers and the medi cal man placed on board by the administration. There was reason for the appreciation we thus formed abrujtn. without any previous information, and at the very moment when the immigrant* were being landed, it rest ed upon an incident which orenrred during our visit to lktrboiissier. At the moment of our arrival there, two jiersotis who were unknown to us, arrived also; the immi grants, soon recogniiing thein. got up and surrounded them, giving loud and general man festal ions of Joy; these two persous proved to be the captain and doctor of the Stelia. This told us all. It is not usual for victims to greet and welcome in this fashion those who have tortured and enchained them; and the picture is very unlike that recently sketched by the English in their Parliament, lu their new*jia;>cra, at their clubs, their taw rtis and everywhere else, on the subject of that slave trade which tliey aocnsff Fiance of coutiuu ing under the d-guise of immigration. Rut let the Kug lisb prate on, and art as they pi- .#e Their clamori, iK'ir ralumnirt. atui th'ir farot of jthilanOirojiinn?imncCml det lamativti and mnleequt frewty?will not drier Ik<? A'a jrrnr Xajaleon is the tmrruit of jJulantkrofy And, ennduted as it now is, what is this African immigration but real and earnest philanthropy Y Doe* not France extend the hand to release the Afri can from bondage and conduct bun to the conquest of civilisation oo a free land t Docs she not lift him out of ignorance and feti&hiui, m order to bring him near the light and to initiate him iu the worship of the God whom France adores! /'rem bring a thine awl an id<Jato', dtft he rvf Irrom* a Chridian awl a French cift ten? Is not, then, the work in which France has en gaged, in regard to the African, a twofold aud maguidueut redemption Y And, aa to the East Indian?Does FaigUnd think he should complain of escaping from her domination in India to come nnd live lu our coloui-a under the protection of our laws? Is not the work of France, lu regard to the Indian us ,n that of the African, goo t and serious philan thropy? Is it not also a philanthropic enterprise in re gard to the < olomsts of Ci, elalou|>o mid Martinique?nay, in regal<1 to Fiance herself? But for the aid of immtgra tioti would not tho colon lea |? i -h. and. aloog with them, ofcc oi the lie si un|ioruiit branch of the commercial, in .1' stria! an maritime BsrNMM of France f On hi ' ad vet t to |? wer, the i-miieror XajKueon heard the cry of <1istr< sent forth by the colonies, and the st-rin was al layed?larger aud more prompt unmigraUm bung re solved upon. That won a step at on e of sound philan thropy and g<s>d policy, lord Iksrby, h>rd Urougbam aud 1>ti! Maine shury were aware of this fair and candid de < arati' i . and o| the n m |s -.1 on t?k ui by France n the matter of Afncan immigration?so tliat the petty comedy recet t y played by them was little worthy of such actors, or of tie theatre in wh cli they pUyod it. To return to the Stella. We have examined this ship in her minutest details, and have Assured ourselves that no thing has beet negli cb-d, no sanitary precaution omitted, to s< cure the well being "t the immigrants and the sue (> -- f the cut rj -> Ti lias accordingly succei-ded be rond all i xpertation Th.s second voyage of the Stella affords a happy and striking requital of the first, and to us It presents an opjstrUiuity, of which we gladly avail ourselves, to congratulate the l>g a firm on the |tcra,a terxe aud dwinlcrertedaesa th"y have brought to the exe. run in of their contract with the colony, and on the judt ? lot.an?ss wbu h lias |treMded over this second e-pi pto ni of the ftelta. The flr*l was an microtia voyage to the own era, and It was marked by one of ttv?e cv< ata not to be foreseen, nnd which must necessarily have exercised an adv- rse tnfluenc over the expedition?Uie captain of the Stella having fallen sick and died on the most of Africa. Besides, a large numbei of immigrants, troubled with dys enterv at the time of their embarkation on the roast ??Africa, perished on the pa-sag., notwitlistand that all possible care bad been tmstowd |up<>n them by Hie second captain, M It mar I, and the medical officer of the 'tup iu no bnman opera ten i- |?-r(e< t>on at'ain< I on the t r-' atlem;4 tor tun ? ne st give rtlffkUUMl aad experMoa Impart ita lea sous. These mimigrsnts are from amongst the Coi go, *, who are generally tie u ? n- t nd ,i ic same I no th<-tuo*t ro' ust <4 ail on the nat-t, ami they ar- much praised for tli ir docility dm iug the paeaagi "Tliat man is as strong as a I on and a* quirt a- a lamb,"' and lUpta.n Bernard, po.lilllig to as one of these Hercules of the Stella t1?H is not a doubt that those inhabitant* t<> whom will he alh-lr I these valuable auxtllaries of .agricultural labor will be eqi >'!y sat led. and will endear if t" ladtice th' in to rrmam m UM tslaad H wars desirable tliat a f-w fl tl. i ? . a? ' d I r I, ?? mi Ims. . .?ic I m- on I Ic. ? stall's, sb" I be rarrie-l ten k In Africa, to tell of the tr'Htne'Dt hey r rived heir, aad tlisy ta.ght be very twe fnl as r rmitkm agawts. W. may mctdmu In re. that tli" imm grant* brought on tlie Stella a Meat anyac.- liarc suce. .led p rhsuly We bar Icard them highly pr ? ?ed hy several planters, and N ? M fee hoped tt'at t wili l>e the *amc case with the Fab b e I,, h i< me- in na m a , reater numtwr and in leun r le allh?there living but three ? i, k in the whole seen hundred arrived. Ju?t about to rl -ee the article devoted a'wire to the Stel la. we learn tliat tie Fan I > I ? " "? I e I'der.d ,n II,?? llaricr with Tfki Kaat ladiaaa on boned. Thut. ma tingle Mrdr. ''lunfol'Sipe ii >nr%rk I as/A ?M 1.500 Inkiori. awt tir emiaf rep sill V lie oiiM ty t,(IOi ior/it nd* oftw ga*, the reernue rf the erbny retarget by two milium the Jttr itrrirr } 'J/ni.dinnf ranct mire duty, awl freight tnured for many French ihi/f Igs the triwea of these d.ono h"g*heu1* oV sugar he f,(i lowed up to their last hearings so I tie n I'd it !??? ?a i ih?t imm grator. as it's prosecuted by u* is not a work of |?> iltical, moral ami material philanthropy PRRMIIVAU _____ MBilt. ROTAR ' RR?*?NTI.T FROM RN')t.?ND quested to send his address to Cornelius Foruet. Asl -r fllmiae Rew Ti ik. | ifffc THE FIKkNKK. \hrociatior or NxicvrT riRrvr.* -thr mtor j\ lar uuanerly meeting a 111 t-e heid at Flrr men a liall nn 1 uatSay evening'0<u IV. at 7U < r.I'K-k. _ O. W WHRKhKR R n ' 1 _ RAIhROAM. N'f W TORE ASP HVRI.FM RMl.ROAD comparv. siaata naassoiaaaT, Commenrlng M' n 1st Sept. 2i IHSd Trale* leare dei t. r -in r "f M'h -e on l (Vnlre sfreela, Kew Tofk. at a 15 I* M . Wl.ue Plains train, s'opnlug at all orations Trains leave depot corner of Twentr surf streei and Fnunfe avert ua. New Turfc^at s in A M , Mil II smai> ridge, stop pin a at all sreia ns. SWAM, mall train si inpmg at W l llsmshrtdge and all slat ion* north, II A if WiiltstnsbrMge sutppuig stall stnMruis:II Sn A M Wl.'w Plains Ir ?ln .stopping at all oisllon*. 2 To I' M Wllllamsbridge stopi ,nv at all s. iti. n?, 4 P. M. Do ver ISslna stopping at all sta'l .iis 5PM WI,.|? Plains, slop piog at all stailoii* aimre M hli~m*iiri.brr. .*> So P M 'd Misms I'fiuge. stopping at ail stall uts, 8.XU I'. II Willi tmsitridge, auip ldnt at all atatums f i iirotng- f<r?" Chatham F' "r' orners U 50 P M . mall train, st'U plug at Tl llUa*ns|te1dge A hheP .in* and all stations north. WM. J. C> MFHKLL,, HuperlataadaMk ~ MiTRINOTMh. TOf'NO MAN WANTR TC F< RM TIIR At'QPAINT anee of some voting lady, and In met roe of time If both * ll'ti ? tbev ran he made '?!?' he makes the offer and n t y'":ria ladr need he sfmirt to answer R, as all correspondence *1,1 It strf.jr t "tiff.tentlal hetwqM ourselres. the writer Is wei; .iff and ** nol le hesrted a fellhw aa eon he fftttad Any ) tng Isc.r r an an-wer this hy a"tiding a few Uses to llenry r Fr, Ith post t ffi, #, fj Tfoy street t"7.F\T! vVtV U VFARF t?F AHF WH't HAS RK j\ ret ,y retired ftom teislne#" with a r anpetrney, desires '? ? k" thr to .-aleteneerSf all See rnplltdte ! and prep.etaessing J lady welt a view to matrimony Sh.- most oerupfit g'?xl *o> tat lost'ton and eqtialttr In mean* Is slan d"*trtble At! it .*, It .1, K?h, tartieiilani a* h> age, personal at trs, t,? A' ami tuting wlreie an interview may Its had, I wj ti M. spcbivi, kwdWwu aquaf% FvM v8*CW. A DRY ooom, AC. At retail Tins week. 30 ( ASKS PARIS CLOAKS Will be opened an 1 exliilnted A t .101 Hroailwav. Read the Ihllnwing fist ? WO Mark beaver cloaks. withaleeve at 6 do'lars ISO do. do. at 6 dollars 230 do. do at 8 dollars 140 black beaver raglaus at 10 dollar* 60 brown ribbed do at 13 dollar* 130 plaited back beaver cloaks at 16 dollar# 90 very rich do., wIth crorhe fringe. at 18 doll irs SO black Lyons velvet cloaks .at .15 dollars 46 extra do. with guipure lace at 40 doll, rs 100 superb do with croehe fringe .at 50 dollars 80 magnlfloent embroidered do ut 100 to ISO do.l.v a* Also new fall rnglan# and opera cloaks The shove is part of the effects of ARMANI) A LA MONT A INK'S BANKRUPTCY, The celebrated Krenrh modistes, And must be converted into cash Within 90 days W. 1). KSTKRRE, 361 Broadway, By order of assignees Attraction for retailers, CITY AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS AC . AO. The stock of embroideries, ribbons, hosiery, haberdashery and millinery goods, at the People's Store, 286 Eighth avenue, between Twenty fourth aud Twenty fifth streets. For sale in Job lots to suit the retail trade. Must be closed at any sacrifice before the 1st of November. WM. P. PILL, Mauager. AT RETAIL THIS WEEK. FIVE THOUSAND PARIS SHAWLS WILL BE OPENED AND EXHIBITED at 361 Broadway, FORMING PART OF THE BANKRUPT ESTATE OF AR HAND A LAMONTAINK, PARIS. 1,000 ELEGANT ROUND CORNERED STELLA SHAWLS, WITH VERY RICH BOARDERS, at R Dollars 600 SUPERB REVERSIBLE WOOL SHAWLS. iit...8 Dollars 8W) EXTRA MAGNIFICENT DO. CHENILLE FRINGE, at 16 Dollars Aud a multifarious lot of BROC11K and OTHER BORDERS. 4, 6, and 6 dollars earh. Also, several specimrnts of niOH COST PARIS EXHI BITION SHAWLS, st ltd, 40. .V). and 60 dollars each ALL MUST BE SOLD WITHIN 90 DAYS W. D. KSTERRE, 361 BROADWAY. AT. STEWART A CO. ? Will make large additions to their POPULAR STOCKS, On Monday, October 18. Broadway, Chambers and Besde stre 'Is. A GRAND OPENING. CLOAKS, MANTILLAS, TALMAS. RAGLANS, AC.. FOR FALL AND WINTER. 1868. WILLIAM BUCHANAN M \CK EN/I E haethe honor to an nounce his return from the European markets, and the arrival, per Arabia, Persia and Canada, of 111- tirsl seeoud aud third importations of ELEGANT PARISIAN NOVELTIES, For the New York city retail trade, which be will open for public Inspection ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30 Having devoted hi* entire allentlon during the past two months m Paris to the careful nrlectlon of the choicest produc tions of that w orld renowned emporium of fashion, and having spared neither energy nor expense in the search after novelty, he Irels confident that his stock far surpasses, in beauty a i l tasteful elegsnre, ANY SIMILAR COLLECTION IN THE UNITED ST ATE3. Ilis leading styles arc selected from the ateliers of the most eminent aritsiK. vlg-? Wianeck. Armonvtlle A lllovert, Rue Richelieu: J'D'elet Merger, Rue hiehclieu: Ma lame I a Chou. Rue de la Bourse; Ma lame Braudault, Rue de la Bourse Ma 'aine Brunard, Rue de la Conque. Ma ame Mardret Soeura, Rue dela Con-pie: Names which, hi themselves, are a guarantee for the artistic style and peculiar richness of the garments emanating from their various magarlnt s W. BUCHANAN MACKENZIE. 294 and 296 Canal street. Braudrelh Buildings New York. N. B.?Remember the opening day. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, 20. AT RICE A GOLDENBERG'S, SIS CANAL STREET, 40 dozen white French kid gloves, < f a celebrated maker, at the extreme low price of 63 cents per pair, worth 88 cent#. Courvrobtier's light colored Paris kid glove*. suitable for balls and parties, at 6s per pair, worth ft. AN INVOICE OF NEW GOODS, Comprising the LATEST FASHIONS tn Parts cloaks, MinMUff . Headdresses, Dress caps, Ac. Just received by last steamer, Will be exnlhited on MONDAY NEXT, Oct. 18, By JAMES G. ATTKEN, 303 Caual street, unar Broadway. AT 481 BROADWAY, O. if. BODINK, Will open on Monday, Oct 18, 300 pieces of rich bsydere Printed dela in e? At U Gd per yarl AT 481 BROADWAY, 600 pieces Plain and pis id Irish poplins. Just received Per steamship Arago T O. M. B< WINK'S, ? Real lacea and Par-la embroiderie*. Point lace act*. Point appliqu" seta, Valenctenue* aeta. Medallion act*. And real lace* by th- yard Ml Broadway. Two doom below Broome atreet. , T 481 BROADWAY. L O. M IIODINK Will open oti Monday, Oct. 18, 10" piece* of rich atlk* Rolie a let pattern* By the j ard. At great inducement* At the importers sale 60S Broadway, St. Nrlioia* Btiildlag, Will b? found SOZM Of the grante*t bargain* In RICH VELVET CLOAKS, MANTILLAS. TALMAS, RAC.LANB, *C. Alio, a Urge and iplendld aaaortmetrt of Rlt'll CLOTH CLOAKS In henrrr and ttarry drarrtpt'on of (all and winter material* of tbe uriar naaica, i etng the Importation of the well known Pari* fai neant, SOS Broadway. JKaN I>K LA MA RIB. N T. VILLI OK FRANCR, ParU. AT RICK A OOT.RENBKRO 'S. *19 CANAL STRKKT. BLACK FRENCH CHANT ILLY LACKS. BLACK Ol'IPCRK LACKS, FRENCH LACK VKIIA coiFKCKKS ANI? BARBER. kr. We hare Jna? received per ateanvr An go. a magnificent a* anrtinent of the above gooda. t? hi-h wi < tier at our uaual low prh-ea. RNOLD. CONSTABLE A CO Are now aelling thetr entire Importation of RICll PARIS RIBBONS ?ten vanrt coai. Canal atn-ct, corner of Mercer. Arnold constablk a ro. wiu or** On MONDAY, OCTOBER 18. An elegaut .naorlment of MANTLE Ml AW lit, In entirely new design*. Al*o. a fine H of RIAL INDIA CAXKI.s 11A111 SHAWLS AND RCARFB. At rery low nrteea Canal atreet, corner of Nereer. HCLPIN S NF.W CI/UKS FOR CITY RETAIL TRADE, AKK NOW READY AT HI* NEW STORE 418 BROADWAY. CLKUANT FALL RAOLANS. KLKOANTLEAVER RAOLANS ELKo A NT BRAVER CLOAKS KLKOANT VELVET CLOAKS ELKO A NT opera CLOAK*. RICHEST OOnps AT Moot MODERATE PRICKS 418 BROADWAY. ONE DooR FRoM CANAL STREET A UfLPIN'S rt'R DEPARTMENT IS NOW FULL A STIS'KED WITH A WELL SEASONF.D ASSORTMENT OE LADIES' FANCY FIRS, LADIES' FCR CLOAKS* LADIKfP FCR R MILAN'S. LA 1)1 Es ri R ClRCCLASS LADIES S4HLN Ml FES, LADIES MINK Ml FFS. LADIES' soi lRRFI. MI FFS AJhlCAPB, VICTorinkh ot>rs ?; U'NTI KTS.anda QRNLR 81, ASSORTMENT t>F VIS-D'S a YOU NO LADIES' FLRR. at STRICTLY REASONABLE PRICES HI I.PIN. 418 BKOADWAT. LA<"K CHANTTLLT LACKS A anperb a??irtment J'i?t reretred. nf all width*. Oouneea, tell*, ivSnta. entfTurwa l ?rl?'?, raj ?| Be Alao, PARIS KMHRolDSRIEH. la entirely new atyUa ndlara an I aleere* eapea. handker fhb-f* infanta cap#, robe*. hswftiona, edging* and m-mrnlng gi-aJa. MILLER A OltANT TU3 Broatway. BLANKKTS. QUILT* and COUNTERPANE* K'ee W hitney. Mark. Bath wi 1 e< ,-ry rartetv of Engll?h all wool blanket* alao. maraeibca ?, c* and r ? interpane*. etery aire and quality. ' LORD A TAYLOR, Ra.a8.Bti *9end M Orandatreet. And Naa 41 and 48Catliariue atreet. UEAVRR CLOAKS JJ CLOAKS RAOLANS TAI.M4S A' *r *r ?>f the !ate?'dealgn, hi e?e*1|ent quaBUta. will lie offered IkU week at estremeTy low prke* i the Importer* ?sle, 6ul Broadway. Si Nlrhola* Bnlldiilff. ROtHE WOOLEN, STELLA, Phi*h rapmtere.?bentlle, an 1 every variety nf FASHIONABLE. WINTER SHAWLS, B lergfat aaanrNneat In the ? hy it retail. ML( II BKI.oW CHl At PRD'ER. LORD A T AT I,OR rtim m WO and fffil Orand (Brest, And No*. 47 and 49Catharine atreet. i 'HARPER STREET k CO V 478 Hl<< t ADW V Y Otr n agtilf!' "tit is diaMngnlahr,) f ,?ft* SPRCIALItT INl l.i'tKS AMI M tNTILLAS. HPE< IAI 11 V IN Hit tWlJt, SPECIALITY IN LADIES i t' HII.I'RFN s EtNK FURS SPECIALITY IN PARIS RiiNNKTH and t BENCH MM.I.INERT. In r fbif theae ajieeial depart mi-M* ih,. , - pHetors feel **' tfe?t thetr atork anrt'aa?e< la ? legnnee .>f tame, variety an l I 11' e. ant "tie at nek t-? i ? aeep .,n this enntinent. Ladle* ate Invited 10 Mail Otlf a*iabttah"ient freely, a* the ?get ? niirehi. * wearr OOBttnuall) i reaeming canntA be iber wtee than generally aSrartJt e and mterejUng CM A RI.ES STRKKT A CO, 47 ?'> Broadway. u ARPrriNOS EBON AUCTION. a S HCMPHRa.y A CO Are prepared to shew one of (he LAB'J EST AND HKHT SRLKtTKD HTfR'KS CARPETINCS AND OIL CLOTHS to k0 found la Una rmtntry. ..... , lArge portion* nf which hare been pni At the late Anetkm aab a at a great aarrlfie*. U.K. HI MI'IIRKV A CO, M4 I 'roadway Opp*aBe Bt NlffkbU* UiSei. DRV GOODS, AC. (3LOAKB, BASQUES. SPANISH SACKS, RAGLANS, J reivet mantels, of the latest style, and substantially made Also ladies materials made te order, by CHARLOTTE G SMITH, 44 Third avenue, one door above 'Tenth street. N Y. / 5 ARBKTING8, FTC , SLIGHTLY DAMAGED-THE " J entire stork selling off at kirally reduced patera, at DILL'S rarpet store, 279 Hudson street. (YOR8KT8 AT HALF REGULAR PRICKS, FOR THIS J month only, to make room for new winter goods. Misses soi sets and waists. shoulder braces, supporters, Ac., at Mrs OA YNOU'S, No. 843 Hroadway, two doors from Union square. t>. it.?No branch In the city. C1TRTAIN MATERIALS, LACK CURTAINS, ) Draperies, damasks, moreens, Ussela, fixtures, Ac., Ac. Also CORNICES and WINDOW SHADES, In new designs, 25 ner cent BKLOW REGULAR PRICES. LORD A TAYLOR, Nos. 255, 257 , 250and 261 Grand street, And Nos. 47 and 48 Catharine street. CURTAIN MATKRIAIA, FURNITURE COVERINGS, Paper hanging* and window shade warehouse SOLOMON A HART, 369 Broadway, Have now In store for exhibition to the RETAIL TRADE The largest and richest assortment of the above goods OF THIS SEASON'S IMPORTATION, to be found in the city. Being practical upholaterers and paper hangers we sre pre pared to execute every style of wort In the best manner, as we employ uoue but the moat skilful workmen. DRESS TRIMMINGS, BONNET RIBBONS, Embroideries, laces, hosiery, cloves and fancy article t. LARGE ASSORTMENT, CHEAP. LORD A TAYI/IR, Nos. 255. 257.259 and 261 Grand street, And Nos. 47 aud 49 Catharine street. Damaged goods.-a large lot of French merlnoes, assorted colore and finalities; printed mertnoes, poll de chevres plaids, delaines, linens, table cloths, damasks, napkins, towels, crash, handkerchiefs, cloths, cassimerea, flan nels. blankets, cshcetlngs, and a general assortment of dry goods for sale at very low price* by WM. M AT 11RWS, M Catharine street. KX STEAMER ARABIA. NINE CASES new noons ron r.xni.r xotcwn wear. comprising the latest novelties. In the light shales forstrept trouserings, are now offered, being the second delivery of new goods of our own importation. F. DERBY A CO., 57 Walker street, a few doors west of Broadway. IIALL DRY GOODS FROM AUCTION. We w ill open on Monday, Oclolier 18, 3 cases dark mousse Hue de lalnes, at 8c a yard, worth Is. 2 " " " " line quality, at Is . worth 20c. 5 " 6-4 colored paramattas, at Is. a yard, worth 25c. 15(i pieces superfine Thibet cloths, all colors, at 2? 6.1., worth4a. ion pairs Hath blankets, weighing6lbs. per pair, at 92 75 250 long woollen shawls, best quality made, at 95. 300 Stella shawls, all colors, from f2 50 to $10. The above have been bought at the forced auction sales on Friday and Saturday, and are worthy the attention of house keepers. W K.PEYTON, 261 Bowery, near Houston street. FORMAN A CO., NO 705 BROADWAY, ARE SELLING iheir superior 11 hoop skeleton extension skirls, of their own manufacture, for 91 SO: made to order no extra charge. Laches In attendance. French wove corsets 91 a pair. /RENINS BAZA A R \7 dust received 1,000 cambric bands, 2% yards long, at 92, worth 94.50. 513 Broadway, St. Nicholas Hotel. BENIN'S BAZAAR. J ,1 ust received 1.500 French embroidered sets at 95 and 96, worth 92t>. 513 Broadway, Rt. Nicholas note'. (BENIN'S BAZAAR. T "50 ladies' and misses French embroidered collars, from 37 rents up. 513 Broadway, 8'. Nicholas Hotel. Great baroains in blankets. At HEKKMAN A CO.'8, 473 Broadway. Superior quality 10 4 blankets, 94 per pair. Also, extra superfine, at lowest prices. c Honiton COLLARS. honiton collars. MALTESE COLLARS. Honiton collars, Si 2ft?worth 92 SO. Maltese collars, from 60c. to 91 3S. Worth double the money. BEEKMAN A CO., 473 Broadway. KII) GLOVES ! KID OLOVES I Wi hi* selling a superior article AT THE EXTREME LOW PRICK OF 63 CENTS A PAIR, Worth 88 cents, RICE A GOLDENHERO, 319 Canal street. Lace and muslin CURTAINS From Auction. Two thousand pairs. New designs. A nd for sale at rery low prices. Citizens and strangers are Invited to look at these goods. ARNOLD. CONSTABLE A CO., Canal a treat, corner of Mercer. LADIES' CLOAKS, At BENIN'S BAZAAR. The most eitenslve assortment in New York. Superb Lyons velvet cloaks. Rich embroidered cloaks. Beaver cloaks. Cloth cloaks. Of the latent styles and most elegant trimmings. NOW ON EXPOSITION IN THE NEW SHOW ROOM. BENIN'S BAZAAR, No. 61S Broadway, St Nicholas Hotel. LADIES' UNDER LINEN, OF EVERY QUALITY AND STYLE. Richly trimmed and plain. BENIN'S BAZAAR. No. 61S Broadway. St Nicholas Hotel. IADIKS' CLOTII RABLAN8 AND CIRCULARS. J All color* at 9ft Aft AO. 94. 94 SO. 94 7ft and 9ft each. LADIKh HEAVY CA8T11R CLOTH RAOLANS. In plain and mixed colors, at 94 AO. 9ft. 9ft AO, 9ft. and upwards. LADIK8' BEAVER CLOTH RABLANS. In browns, olives snd black, at 9A. 96 AO. 96, 9SS0, 97, and upwards Also a choice assortment of CHILDREN'S snd MISSES' RAOLANM On examination our garments will be found to be equal to those In Broadway or Oanal street, at 60 and AO per cent higher pneea IF. K PEYTON, rloak and ahawl manufacturer, 164 Bowery, near Houston street. N'EW DRESS GOODS Win be opened on Monday, October 13?Just received I er steamers NORTn STAR AND AFRICA. A T. STEWART A CO., Broadway, Chambers and Keade streets POPULAR TRADR IN HOSrERV. A. T. STEWART A CO. Will open on Monday. Oct. 18, 4Ui DOE. LADIES MERINO VESTS at 80 cento each SUi DO*. BENTS' KNIT LAMBS WOOL ME RINO V. HOSE at 2ft cents per pair NO BENTS' MERINO UNDERSHIRTS at ... 7?centeeacb Broadway, Chambers and Reade streets. PARIS SII.ES?FALL STYLES. A large assortment of fashionable robe* and -Uks, ALSO. I.OW PRICED 8H.KS. Bayaderes, stripe* plaids, ombre, Ae.. Ae.. In great variety. At 7ft cents to 91 ftOper yard. LORD A TAVidiR. Not 2BS, 257. 2W and Ml Brand street, And N<*. 17 aud 49 Catharine street. POINT LACK COLLARS AND SETS. X Just received, a new Invoice At reasonable prices. Pineapple handkerchief* Breakfast acta Puff lace sleerea BKKKMAN A CO.. 673 Broadway RICH DRESS OOODS REAL LACKS AND FRENCH EMBROIDERIES JAMES I.RAY A Co. have uow open a IwauUful assort - mrntof the above goods of their own Importation. THRE AD LACK POINTS MANTILLAS AND rt,OUNCINBS point lace scarfs and fi/iuncinos. Real laees of every width liy the yard or in acta. 72V Bftia tway. corner Waverly i'tore. PARTS FFLT BONNETS. SOU LADIES' AND MISSES PARIS FELT BONNETS. Imported for 92 earh Selling for 7ft rent*, at BENIN H BAZAAR. Sift Broadway. SPLENDID oPENINO OF FAIX AND WINTER RAULANS AND <'LOAKS, AT 252 BOWERY W R ROBERTS SHAWLS AND OldYAKS. Just rscelted b> BREKM A N A COMPANY. 473 Broadway, A superior assortment Of alt the latest styles of shawls. Alsoelnaksof vartona material. All at lowest price*. *CKIRTN-ELEVEN SPRINO SKELETON SKIRTS. AD PJ juatahle Inutile beat pattern*, and well made, for ft SI; thirteen springe. 91 sixteen spring*, 92 Children's fhur spring*. 25 rent* Dealer* aupplled w-nh eight spring* at 9* * 1 win, eleven epring* at 911 a d?ren. thirteen wiring*9lt a dozen I'M A RLE* IIARDINO, skirt factory, Wl Spring street, near Hndaon atreat L'FKRfOR FRENi'H KID Ot/IVKS WE ARE SELLING al the ettren elr tow price of 85 rent* worth 7 ahll'tng* Rli 'K A Bt H.HE.MIERB. .119 t 'anal street T~ At MAS. CIRCULARS AND CI.OAKA Manntartured in the beat manner, altar tha newest and mnai approved Partnlan ah*i ea, KlPRKRHbY IfOR RETAIL. Yeli" and ntlk ? >*k* 98 to91ft Stlk velvetetresMFs !2to 89 Silk Veil el r iglat*. very rich SO to W) I '!, lb cloak* circular* and raglana ft to 30 IJiltD A TAVI.OR. Noa 255 m 259 and 2nl Biand Street, Alio No* 47 and 48 Catharine street Y ' A LENT I A PL AIDS, POPLINS, MRRINORS. \ printed sod plain eaabmerca mini* d? lalnes, and LOW PRH ED DRESS IHKIDS, Ofe ery kind, for fall and wlmer wear IdiRB A T A VI,' iR No* 2.W. 287. 2M and 36T.1 tlrand street. And N ? 47 and 49Catharine street s ?VALENCIA PLAIDS. V 2* 61 per yard. BKEKMAN A *79 Broadway, Will open thl# morning One < a?e Valencia pi li N. 2a fat. psr yard?worth 4s. SIRtRTITO. TJ3RAKCTS 111 TLER 20 FULTON STREET, HAS ALL r the rhotee bread* of dop* for sale and alork BUTLER'S Infallible mai nil en re and flea exterminator, fttl cent* per bottle Putter's new work on the dog, beautifully ilia* tested, 91. f1" RE AT FEMALE PEDESTRIAN M A TOIL-FLO R A "I Tin 1 >.f 11 n.n, and I'riore**. of Lynn, matched for f 100 |o walk a plank tlilrtv fed long, three feet wide, raised three feet from the floor. Tbe one that alt* down, goes to sire,, or fall* oil It rat to lone the stake They will mount the plank at Montgomery llall, 76 Prince street, on Wednewtay, at noon. Hand bai.l-moriartyand oayaoan against MeGarrj and Moore, for 960 and tltr champion hell, to he p ayed to day, at I o'clock P. M., at No. 92 Cnwby street. T rketa 2ft rent*. 1 JIM EON Flit >f)TINO~?ON"~M<> N D~A V j ?TtUNST~ wTlI, I. shot for a line laminated kleel barrel gun on the grounds ot the Pleak llon*e corner of lOWh street and Tltlrd at MM. Slea, ting to eoUUBVDCt) IR9 o'clwk FALL FaAHIOM. Bonnets For full mid w inter. Comprising all that is new. tasteful and elegant. Also. CAPS A NO HEADDRESSES In great variety, Are nttereit at extremely low price* by K. T WILDE, Importer and manufaeturer, iil Broadway, corner of Murray street. Fashions?7?kcanal street, opposite orkrvk. Madame (lOtillAU, beg* to return thanks for the liberal patronage extended toward her aince her return from Pari*, and hopes tn merit the continuance of the same by the re plenisliiiient of every novelty aa soon as it appnara In Parts. Mrs. rai.linoh, no sir canal street, has jitst received, per last steamer, S eaaea of Pan* bonneta, w hich she will exhibit to.her friends and customers, together with a large assortment of her own manufacture. WINTER OPF-NINO. -WM. BROWN A CO., 443 BROAD way, Will open on Tuesday, October 19, a moat recherche assortment of winter bonneta, mude expressly f?r the coining season. Among them will be found a eaae of imported bon nets of the elegant gro rlello colored velvet, something entirely new. Together with a splendid stock of children's houneta, which for beauty aud variety of style cannot be excelled. HALKM OK If K Al- ESTATE. A DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE KUR SALE?ON PUT nam avenue, between Clasaon avenue and Hunter street, being in the most desirable purl of the city of Brooklyn, one block north of Ktiilon avenue; cars pssa every Ave minutes; comprising 8 full lota?2 corner lota-wiih large double house and good hrick stable, 21 rooms, 4 parlors. 2 basements, mar ble mantels, gas in all parts of house and stable; good fruit and vegetable garden; no encumbrance; title perfect. Excellent for a large school or seminary. Terms 26,00(1, balance on bond and mortgage. Would not exchange. Apply at 20 l>ey street N. Y. CHAS. PARKER. A FAMILY, OOINO TO CALIFORNIA. MUST SELL their house immediately, a pretty new brick cottage; but 2300 required; price 22,000; may remain for teu years. Chan deliers, gas. msrhle mantels, Frenrli windows, Iron balcony. Inquire at 462 Grand street, Williamsburg. A COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE ?23 ACRES OF choice land, with new and elegant buildings, three min utes' wslk from depot, and forty-five miles from New York. Pure air and line mountain scenery. 0. H. OLIVER, 61 Liberty slree'. A VALUABLE CORNER PROPERTY FOR SALE AT A sacrifice, in Broome street, Eighth ward. A three story brick house and lot, with two buildtngs In the rear; pays 10 per cent oil the investment. Apply Immediately to II. PARK IIURST, 16 John street, room 7 A LA ROE, NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE, FULL OF first class tMiuriierg, for sale. Apply to K. R. MUNDElt. 34>i l'lne street, lirst tloor, before U o'clock A. M., or after 2 o'clock P. M. A BEAUTIFUL PLOT OF ONE OR TWO HUNDRED city lots, only four tulles east, on high grouud, omnibus Beg passing, railroad near, would be exchanged for a house audi lot near Broadway, balance paid in cash. Address J. Dodge, 22 East Eighteenth street. Beautiful country seat for sale or ex change.?12 acres, fine old mansion house, shade trees of a century's growth, rare fruits aud flowers, farm and coach houses, Ac., only 12 miles from the city, DINGER A HULDEN, No. 9 Nassau street, basement. Ei.koant country residence for sale-be ing upon tha premises wall known as "Glen Mary," the former rraidrnee of, and rendered famotie by, N. P Willi*. This noted place la beautifully situated, about one mile from the pleaeMit and thriving village of On'iyo, In Tioga courtly, upon Uie New York and Erie Railroad, and within eight hour*' ride of the citle* of New York an l Philadelphia. The mansion la large and oommodlona, recently constructed, with all the modern improvements, with water carried to all part* of the hnuae. battling apartment*, gait fixtures, laundry, Ac., An. Upon the promisee are grape an 1 green houses. With Uie house there la about ten arret of land, and front the mansion and grounds there la a commanding view of the surrounding country and Tillage. The tiwego creek skirls the premises on the east, and the Susquehanna river is In view on the south. Few places can be found presenting so varied and braullfu laudarape views. This properly will be told at the Court House lii Owego on the Jfith day of October inext, at a public aalr, under an order of the Surrogate of Tioga county, by the executor of the estate ofthe II. D. Rice, Esq., iMMiM. In quire of the undersigned at the office of the V nlted States Ex press Company, 83 liroadwsy, N Y., or of W. F. Warner, Esq., of Owego. CIIAB. A. HEWITT, executor. Farm wanted to hire, with the privilege of purchasing.?A farm of ahonl fifty acres within one hun dred aud twenty fire mile* of New York. The land must be good. Price not to exceed three thousand dollars Address Charles Wilson. Yalatie, Columbia county. N. Y., stating rent, price and convenience to New York market Farm for sale-bituatep within half a mile I of Rsbway, N. J., containing niuety acres in a high state . of cultivation, with house, barn. Ac. Part of the pnrrhaae mo nry ran remain on bond nnd mortgage. Inquire of CHURCH MAN A ROBERTS, 40 Water itreet. For sale-a first class four story drown stone front house, No 9 East Thirty second street, it cannot be aurpssaed for convenience and durability. A Ian, house 137 lleury street In fine order. Apply to I?. HOU1NS, No. 9 East Thirty second street on the premises. For sale-at a bargain, a valuable corner property In the Ninth ward, yielding a large Income. The greater portion of the purchase money may remain st 6 per cent. D. W. HOLLY, No. S Naaaau street FOR SALE?TnE VALUABLE, PROPERTY 32f> GREEN wlch street, near the corner of Duane street, lot 25 feet wide by Nil t.-?'l deep. mI-<. it two thirds of the purchase in-, .-y msv remain on mortgage. Apply to WM B SMITH. Conn avlior at Law, No. Ill Nassau street For sale?a choice piece of property in the Ninth ward, and in a good n< -tghhorhnod; M32x93 feet; house baa all the modrru litiprot em :ua. with a carriage way to a tine large stable in the rear, all in prime order. Apply on the premises, 113 Hammond street. FOR SALE?HOUSE AND LOT ON THE NORTHEAST corner of Forty tldrd street nod Eleventh aienue Rents for 9!>tlU per annum. $2,600 cash required. Imlanreou mortgage for a term of years Apply to the owner until aold at 779 Third avenue, between Fifty lirat and Fifty second streets ' For sale-tiie new substantial brown stone front three Mory and basement house, 37 Ea?? Thirty fimt street, near Mndtaon avenue, with all the modern Improve ments. Inquire at 11 Wall street, room 13. Ti'OR SALE AT MORR1STOWN. N. J.. A PESIR \IILE r country reaidence, wtth four acre# haudscrnel v Improved, lawn, shade, and fruit treea of all khida. Ac , Ac. Ilouse frsxSA feet, Inillt In gisal style, contains fourteen noma, hatha, hot snd cold wilier furnace, Ac , A.- Murri'town is a parti -ulartv healthy and desirable place < f residence, peculiarly so for per sons of weak lungs, or ronautnptlt e tendency. Tliis property is for sale low, or will exchange for city property. PHILIP WATTEKH, No. I Naaaau street. For sale or exchange-two first class houses In South Hna>klyn. built by day*' work: they eon tain all the noairrn improvements. Also, for sale, a voting Morgan mare, five years old. Just fr, m the country, promises fast. Inquire at 140 West Thirty third street. New York. House for sale?furnished or unfurnished, In one of the heat locations In the elty. possessing all the modern improvements, freartwl walla, Ac. No tl'i Weal Twenty M-cotMl an rat, between highlit aud Ninth at enuea. I OCR HERE-A HOUSE FOR SAI.F.. TO LET OR EX J I haege for vacaet Iota, or merrh icdise, or hull liug mate rials Hi use ihrre stories and hasement, 17 fret 9 inches fr. n# marble trimmings wt'b all the modem improvements In It, t-rlween Ihitiv sixth and Thirtv seventh streets, on Second ati one Apply loJOhX FKTTRKTCH, 431 Third aveuua Notice.-ant person owning landr in mis enttri or In any of the Western states will find a purchaser b^ applying to JAMES FANNAN. 37 Mate street, Albany, PERSONE OWNING LANDS IN FLORIDA, GEORGIA. Alabama and Tennessee wishing to sell them, ean do so by calling at SIM Broadway, New York, room 17. All communi cations by letter promptly attended to. rCITT REAL ESTATE OWNERS -WILL EXCHANGE a first class retail business In Broadway, paying $3,010 yearly. Address KM, Hrrald office |r\TH WARD PROPERTY -FOR SALE. THE VAl.t'A J If ble building lot and frame building* thereon No, S Lud low street, 67 fret from corner of t'ansl street, sire of lot Termseasv Title perfect Apply to EDWARD A. FRASKR. 3U3 Urome street, near I'omtth o nnn Tn orEimnwoRLAND, WITH is,W< Mr water power, Ac . Ac , la wanted. In Western t tr gtnta. for o first ? laa* aet'.leixent. No abolitionism -onnerged Parties having such a tract, ai.d willing tn take an Interest In the enterprise, may address Dr. L. W u llama. Hrrald ollire. HI I.I.I A 11ILLIARD I t J> Of every de?, rtptinn. including Phelan's Improved t* blea and romblnstl n cushions, wfih balls cue* I ,:h? a:i.t everything appertaining to Mllksrtia, for sale at Uie lowest rales. 0 CONNER A COLLENPF.R Man ifitrinrera 53 Ann street, N. T. Billiards. I'UEI.ANS IMPROVED BILLIARD TABLER And Combination Cushions, Protscted by letters patent, daied Feb. 19. IN# Oct. $3, 1AM. Dec A l?i', Jan. 12. IW two of this dale) The recent Improvements In these tallies make them nnenr rissecd In the world. They are now offered to the erlenttfir ?Hltnrd player aa combining speed with truth never before oh talnrd in any billiard table Salesroom* No* 7M and 7W Broadway New York Manufactory. 53 Ann street L^OR BALE-TWO FIRST CLASS STONE BED BIT, r Hard tables will be sold very ch?an on immediate spnlira lion to 1> M t'H APHKV. SIJOreenwlch street, between lleade and Duane streets SLATE AND MARBLE BED TABLES FOR SAI.E Kvervthing complete Price tTV> to $2.V>. warranted !>? t>e superior tn tile patent humbug rush nn tables t irdera by mail for tables and trimming* attended to Table* to let W II GRIFFITH, ltd Fulton street. THE NEW JEFFERSON BILLIARD ROOMS. CORNER of KiaUi avenue and Tenth atrei t. having been olosod in undergo repair* and Improvements, are now open wtth sli tables, with new cushion* and ball* Price reduced tn ten rent* a game In the day time and fifteen cents In the evening Tu.let, room for clnhe or convent" ns and committees Wanted, a hoy aa marker. Ticket* grails to rn*tntnera who ride Three good second hand billiard tarlib, w Hit Phelan's cushion* and marble lied*, for sale, In cum plete order. Apply to O'CONNOR A CDI.LKNDKK, ti Ann street. _ _ cldoiOMi <??. AT 44 CENTER STREET WANTED fiO'sst WORTH J\ of new nnd left cIT cloihl ig. tor the Western mtrkil Gentlemen will receive the highest price over paid for large oramall be*, by calHog at ilie store, or addressing TIIOH. D CON ROY, 44 Centre street ("TI/lTIIINO ?LADIF0 AND GENTLEMEN HAVING ' ?ny to diepoae of, will recet e n fair enah price by sending or addressing to Mr* COHEN, No fi6 Elm street, late of No. !*? Bowery, corner of Heater street. lattie* attended lo by Mrs. C. f!A5L ?rr rI'OT"INU?$6,non WORTH WANTED , ? \ rf*nl Ihfkn In >4J**n !>t othrn n tm f>h ijinH f'f or ftmttll Me, rT- Applying prr*o?i?iHjr or through p,*t lo jAMKt; MORUNEY, 1*1 I'earl | M Chatham. street, near | ADIES AND GENTLEMEN HAVING ANT CART OEF I i ahit r *1 eon ! tt?poae of, will receive the fair value In cash, by sending t# or a<4drrasing Harris, lfi? Seventh avenue, between rwenibSh nnd Twenty Arm st seels. 1 T i w TO SKftfiO Ri'RTn OF CAST OEF fH/iTHING ? wanted fur the ,.?? \ and Western market Gentlemen ng aorh tn dispose will receive the very highest price, aftlog at tin store v, a nil "|pti>K J. R, Murrar 491 i'ewl it roat _ 4 CORNER GROCERY FOR SALE?ON A LEADING J\ nentie, well established and with an excellent tea and coffer trade: thin ia an opportunity worth* the notice or any respectable and energetic young man who hss $1,500 at Ms command No agents' rrollea aoUced Address A. Z., box 158 Herald office, for one week. A COMPLETE RTOCK OK DRUGS, PATENT MKDF cinra nint fancy articles, fixtures and furniture for a first class retail drug atoro, will be aobl at leas than lialf cost to day. Can qe Been at 253 dual atreet, near Kim. A MERCANTILE BUSINESS FOR SALE OR Ex change.?Stork of $15,000, profile $10,000 par annum, al cash Alaoaatnrk of $hO,000 to excbauite, part caali, balance good real eatate; rare opportunity for Investment. DINGER 4 IIOLDEN, No. 9 Nuasuii street, basement. A BROADWAY BUSINESS FOR SALE THAT WIM. realize $4,000 to $,'>,000 per annum, in the fruit, wine and segnr tnule, with a fashionable and first class drinking saloon ad.ioinlng. Location one of the be It In the atreet. Apply at 347 Broadway, room 4. O. B. HOWRS A CO. 4 MUltOTYPK AND PHOTOGRAPH OALT.RRY FOR J\ gale, ill uated In the beil block (469) on Broadway, replete wilb everything; low rent, with lease; $200 caah only required; a bargain. Apply before 10 A. M. any day this week; reaaooi for veiling, engaged in other business. CASH BUSINESS FOR SALE?PREDICATED ON I.IGnT prnlits and quick returns now in the twentyclghth year of moat siiereasful operation. Here la a favorable opportunity for two young men of the right stamp, for the safe Investment of llielr capital, with ample opportunity to eulnrge. This offer must be considered between now and the close of the present year, after which It will be withdrawn, to make preparations tor carrying on the business on a more extensive scale, should no eligible parlies make application within the time speotlied. For further particulars apply on the premises to THOMAS O. HODUKINS, confectioner, 154 Ureenwich stroeet, betweew Cortland! and Liberty streets. For sale-the lard and oil rrfinkry no. 204 Frutikiln street, with all necessary fixtures, dr., iu complele order, and a valuable leaae. From $8,000 to $10,608 can be made per year In a strictly cash business on a moderate capital. Satisfactory reasons wlH be given for selling out. Ap ply on the premises between 12 and 3 o'clock. ? For sai.k-an rnoinr of about sixty iiorsr power, cylinder 20 Inches in diameter, 4 feet stroke; la complete order, now running; built In New York. .IOHN JKWKTT A SONS, 182 Front street For balk?a first class temperance grocery store, w ith new stock and fixtures, doing a strictly caah business; rent low. wtth favorable lease, reason for selling the proprietor It going into business up town. For further partic ulars inquire on the premises 533 Hudson street, corner of Charles, fbr ona week. BHm BALE?GENT'S FURNISHING AND HOSIERY store; stork, fixtures, good will, Ae? of a gentleman's furnishing snd hosiery store on the best business avenue ia New York; the store lias been established seven years, has the best part of the custom trade In its locality, can command the nicest hoelerv trade done up town, snd Is just such an opportu nity for a young man of some means as seldom oilers; it wtR pay nicely If well attended to and business done upon strictly upright principles; reasons will be given for selling upon an Interview. Address 8. J. G., box ill Herald uQlce. FOR BALE?THE STOCK, FIXTURES, LEASE ANB good will of a furniture and commission house up town, in a central location, near llroadway. Will require but a smaa capital. Address Furniture, box 1,307 Post office. For sale.-joiin atktnson, corner of dean and Boernm streeta, Brooklyn, nnd proprietor of the well known restaurant "The Two Brother s," No 3K Pine St., N. Y., w ill. In consequence of the Increasing busiie-ss ol hia old es tablished " Alliance," sell Ihe good will and fixtures at No. 5)? I'uie st., at a bargain for cash. If not sold at private sale, the above will be sold at auction ou Tuesday, the 19th irnt., at 13 o clock. T?OR SALE?SEWING MACHINES OF THE MOST AD _T proved patents?Singer's. Howe's, Wheeler A Wilson's, Grover A Biker's, Ac., at greatly reduced prices. Also the celebrated champion sewing machine for family use. Prlne ?.5. Sewing machines bought, repaired, or money advanced on them. A. K. THOMPSON, Auctioneer, 102 Nassau street, corner of Ann, rooms Nos. 2 and 3, second flour. IilOR SALE?THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A STOVE 1 and house furnishing store; a good location, and well ?? tabllshed stand; will lie sold at a bargain Inquire on the pre mises, 192 Eighth avenue. Doing a good business. FOR SAI.E?THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF THE well known wholesalesnd retail liquor store 121 Mulbnr ry street, between Canal and Hester streets, doing a good busi ness at present. Any person wishing to possess themselves of the same wl.ldo well by calling Immediately. MclIUGU A BRO. FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH-THE LEASE AND household furniture of the old established boarding house No &? Church street This is a good chance to make a ior tune Apply Immediately on the premises. Sicluieaa lathe cause of selling. Flower roots for balk.?J. w. schmidt A oo.. fid Broad at reel. offer for sale it few cases of De Lang" ft Sni't celebrated bulbous roots, just arrived per Katahilin, from Ammonium. FOUR YEARS' LEASE OF IlROAnWAY PROPERTY, rortiorof Orand street, for sale or to lot from 1*1 of May, 1km, now occupied by Pseihc Hank. For particulars inquire at the bank, between the hours of 10 and 3 o'clock. / XYSTER RALOON FOR SALE OHEAP-IN RROAD \ f way. in the vicinity of several places of aniuaeincnt, a rlutnee seldom Met with to make money In one who under stands the business. For particulars inquire at Metohutt liming Saloon, 433 Broadway, from 11 A.M. till 2 P.M. PORTER HOUSE FOR SALF. DOWN TOWN.?THE lease, stock and fii'ures of n flrst class porter house, long and w ell established, and In sitreeasful operation. Kvars satis faction given by ft. NK1DH AKOT ft CO., WOfhathain square, room No. 4. PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS FOR I-AOIES.-TH* AD vertlaer has for ten v>-ars been established in a genteel and profitable liusineas, which ahe ia obliged In dispose ot la Consequence of III hcslth. The business can be transacted at home, and la particularly adapted pi a lady of rcdnad and agreeable mauners. Inquire at 2IS Btzth avenue. SCHOONER POR BALE-ABOUT #0 TONB. CABBIES 6.% tons, fast sailer, light draught. In t>erfect order, built lu New York In the t eat manner by day's work Will be add cheap. JOHN JEW ITT ft SONS, 1K3 Front struct. SEWINO MACHINES FOR SALE ?SINllER'S. WHEEL, er A Wlta'B's. .in I Ornrrr A Baker's ser md hand, ch ap for cash an<l warranted. Machines ta n, hi evtianged and repaired by ('. A. Iil'Rill.V.S:# liroadw w, room .1. N. It. 1 he rnlv reliable place for g'?al second hiil m . blurs, and the place to get the most money. If jou a tab U> sell. THROUOH CIRCUMSTANCES IS THE ORm'KRT STORE No. 51, slid butcher shop. No. 63 Wc .l Broadway, Ingi Ilim for aale. Inquire at the place. rDRUOOISTB AND PHYSICIANS.?A DRUO FTOBB for aale. In a manufacturing town a short dial cure In the country, with an < (lice attached, suitable for a physician. Real very low. and w ill be woUl cheap If applied lor immediately. Address, or call on BOHKRT HPF.IRH lit thanven ilnwt, ecr tmd flour. TO PRINTERS ?FOR BALE. A SMALL, COMPLETE newspaper printing otter, without press, at twenty cents the pound for type, and other materia la propo : i< lately lost, the room in.-iy be ha.I also. Apply at 146 Pearl atreel Q1 TO *2?V-A MOST PROFITABLE BUSINESS TO ?Pl?Mr l>e disposed of on acrounlofthe adtertiser having to leave for England It Is suitable for a I vly or gentleman, requiring ncliher rspltal, store or rrrdU, and the article mcete with readv rash sale 926 per w eek has an I can easily b? made. For partirulara address or rail at J. W. W* llarfc'a, No. 96 Feeond street, comer of South Hlvth street, Williamsburg. tfc'jno -FOR BALK. THE WALL STREET HOUSE . No 3 Nassau street, corner of Wsll street, the best stand for bualnees tn the cltv; stnek, Avturrs and good will only KKX1 cash, rant only 6474 per year Applv on the pre mises <*u:nn WI,J- nuT o!,K ort?* rest grocery sJHMMJ stores In this (tty, dotag a good cash trade, in an rtrellrnt netshhorhond; le iae three years at a in?re nominal rent This la a rare opportunity lo get Into a well paying buataes* with a small capital Apply stem, to LEWIS R. NTANToM, 76 aud 77 Nassau street. Cjl OAfl wni' *rT FIXTURES Ar, OF O I an old esiabltshe t tavern, doing a large trade) roncert hall attached (with ScpafMS entran -e and si. .mmoda Uon (or flOO personal with st-igs seeti.-ry, tables, bar lliluree, Ac , and kmg leas*' HMOS A StlUTHWTi K. 64 N -saau Street ? '1 niiii IN UAbll OR OTHER PROPERTY OF U,"?H" equal Valuation, and nothing leas will our thane a lucrative business, worth from 6* nisi to k-t ism. ir.m w fcIt h the pies* id proprietor wishes to retire, boring resisted a fortune ApplytoOEO W IIKKI.ER ft UO? 81 N.iaattl street. ^ DKVT1HTIIY. A RTTFIC1AL TEFTn INSERTED AT THE LOWEST J\ possible prices ?Beta on sliver. 88. on gold, 896. eontlnn O'is gum on plslina 6Z'> Teeth eitrscted without pain. Ottee 819 Can tl street near Merrrr. one block west nf Broad way Dr KAOI.KTON. BAKER. DENTIST, BROADWAY, CORNER or a Houston street, ri?*m No. *?ol<l stand of ten years?fllla t* elb for 96 rents each to persona <<f small means. Teeth drawn and pain cured for 12 erula. Keep this DRNTMTRT.-TKETH EXTRACTED IN TEN SECOND* wNhnwt the slightest pain, by a new and original process? not free ring 1 hie admirable system le practised by me only. Reference given If required R O. DURETN. MS Canal stress. El WTlJiON, 81 BOND STREFT, OPERATIVE 4NI? J. manufacturing dentist, would respectfully invite the at tentlnn of persons seeking Superior excellence (n arllbrlal tes'h also, every dearri|illon of arlillrlal teeth, m innfaetured for the proAtealna ai abort notice, ami at the vary lowest trade prtcea. HHIK A'H TOOTHACHE REMEDY ts A CERTAIN . cure In the most distressing rases. The tufa Is peruM rent. The remedy root vine no ari l nor poison, nor anything Injurious Pri- v 36rents M. IIIKA, (*?', Prince street, cor ner of Broadway TO DFNTISTS -ONE OF -I. D CHR YET .IRE'S fNO ROSE wood canes of dental Instrument* for dale few kMI The Instrumrals are beautifully Hiiished, and have neTer liecn used. Address HenUst, Ilcrutd cittce, stating whore the owner aboil cull. W ANTFD- BY A SUE OK'A Is AND MBOHANMAL vv dentist, a situation with a flrst class dentist, to Q);er de in one or htrth depariments of the rnffesshm. AddreseW. A.N, Madtsou s*|tt?re l"**st office, MS Broadway ooPAKTmuuMur eotmks. / tOPARTNERNHIP NOTICE-THE rNDERSHiNED V ' hate fill moll this day a copartnership under the (Inn of ?lAQI'KMliT I CHRWPNAS, for tha purpnee of lraiiaac*|ngu general commlnston bnttnesa. A. TXAETNKN WANTED IN THE OROCEUY RUSlNF.RS J one aoqiiututeu I" '*?' market and having a <? i?h and short time business. m*v address Partner. Herald nlllce. All com mnnlcalhms strictly eonfldenUal. <2?1 ^11 ~A NtNTNER WANTED, IN A OFNTREI. AND Jplt)"". Incrsttru cash business. Ih d requires about alt hoeru dally: he ran make from Mn lo tDi per wek, and ns risk whatever. Apply to T. OAFFXRV No. 10 Centre street. , dhi?r/k-WANTED, A OftOD RESPECTABLE MAN IN a flrst .duns corner grocery, as partner; It ts an old established plaee, five rears' lease, low rent. $17 a month for store, two rooms ?n<f eellar Apt>iy on Mm premiere (199 (ireenwlch Street, n-wier of West Tenth street. di'Hlll -PARTNER WANTED, TO PURCHASE THE ffOIRf, Interest of a retiring partner In an old established rash Imsb ess. paying abool $4 iv?i a year (ton-! ehsnce for a young man to engage lu business Apply ?t ?S Broadway, mom No. fl. IWWI -WANTED AN ACTIVE OR STl.ENT partner, With 89i>lf? ea-h. In a rermanent, i rofltable. and h-gltlmale eash bttalness A rare rNance fbr a f uiiness man Address, stating where an Intervtgw can h?i had, U M , hot 161 llgraid o#pa