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EDGAR SNOWDEN. Tha AL.EXAX UKUGAZETTE,; vr theCoumry is printed on Tuesdays. Thursdays <& Saturdays AusscMimoN.--T tie Daily paper is furnished at; dollars per auuuui, pa/able hail yearly. Th< Country paper—tri-weekly— i- furnished for livi dollars per anon m, payable in advance. Aovmtisino.—Three insertionsofonesouare. fo one doiiar. Yearly advertisers at specified rates No subscription received from the country, utiles \Ccotnpauied by the cash, or by aicsponsibl name. TUESDAY MORNING, NOV K. ir>, l^M. Probable Results of the >. Y. Election. The National Intelligencer enumerates thi following as the probable results of the New York Election:— “The identification of the Cabinet with tfu Barnburner or Free soil party ot New must work disastrously on the party in every Southern Slate, so soon as the case is !ul»y un derstood there: for it is hardly posstne lor Ho South to abandou such men as Dickinson aiiw hiaparty, who. in the hour ot tria», s<> nob»\ and so iearlessiv stood up tor the rights ot th» South, and hazarded every thing in the course they pursued. The result of the election, however, cannot but be gratifying to the great bedy of Sou;h trn Democrats as well as tugs; tor it can he viewed there in no other I ght than as the tri umph of the friends ot the South aga»u<d their aoemies. Another eflect will be, it appears to us, to ex tend the disaffection in the North against the Administration; tor it is understood, that many of their supporters, who have heretofore ad hered to them under tne be:iet that the Hards in New York were comparatively a handiulot malcontents, and tht* Barnburners an overwhel ming majority of the party, now real z ng the truth, will turn upon the Administrat.on, and accuse them of being the cause ot the "unto ward'’ result; and it is not improbable that the Cabinet, on the opening of Congress, will find many members arrayed among the Democratic opjK)»ition, on whom they have previously cal culated ior support." Late Foreign News. Under the post^ript head it will he seen that the Baltic has arrived with later Foreign News, and that affairs are in a condition /cvoraNe for peace. An armist.ce has been agreed on be tween the disputants. An advertisement appears in the Washing ton Union and the Washington Sentinel, or Sunday morning last, to the following ef fect „ , - “Long Live l'ie .Vz.'i >mt* Deni h ’ icy. — « ‘»e democratic republicans of the D strict ol l o lumbia, opposed to free-soilism, organs' recount lion ol the name by a democratic adminisua tioa, are requested to meet at Copp's Saloon, Louisiana avenue, on Monday evening, No vember U, at 7 o’c ocw, to congratulate the sterling national democracy of New \ork, up on their recent sturdy auJ triumphant v.ndica tioo of the purity and honesty ol their princi ples No union With the enemies ol the l nicii. By order of the committee of arrangements. A band of mu-iic will be in attendance. Several eloqueut speakers wi»i address the meeting." The brig Thomas Pa*let, arrived ar 1 h 'a deiphia, brings dates from Puerto Cabel’o of Oet. 26. Among her passengers is 1. Nevitt Steele, esq., of Baltimore, late U. S. C barge d' Affaires to Venezuela. By this arrival we learn that the country was quteh and the Mon agasGovernment more permaneu!. Ihe’rea sary was completely exhdU>ted. There are no American vessels in port. 1 he cotiee crop promises to be abundant, the supp y at ; re>ent is small and is selling at ll*c. Hides are in great demand at 1C? a 13c. A new mail arrangtmen! is to go into effect upon the 1st December, which will greatly ex pedite mails, and pa>>ergers between New York and Baltimore. A tram will leave \ork at S o’clock. A. >1, reach Baltimore about lc. and start at half-past 12 o'clock, so as toar rive before 5 o clock. hen the J^uinwaa railroad track is completely re-laid down V\ ash lfigtoo street to tbe wharf, the through passen gers and mails will be ferried from Camden to tbs new depot about to be put up on the land ing recently purchased by the company. Tbe Discoverer ot‘ Goiu in Australia, is to be rewarded by tbe British government. The Co lonial authorities of Australia propose to give to Mr. Hargraves, the discover. jCi0.000- but tbe Duke of Newcastle, who is the beau of the i Colonial Depattment in the Ministry, oilers him only half that sum. which Mr. Hargraves objects to. D. Appleton & Co.. New York, have pub lished s beautiful work, called the Picture Pleasure Kook, illustrated with upwards ot rive hundred fine engravings from drawings by em inent artists. We have seen no'htng of the kiad superior to it. Its titie well expresses its contents—it is, indeed, a Picture Pleasure Book. Received and for sale, at his book store, by Ro bert Beil, King street. Stringer & Townsend, New \ork, have pub- j lished as a volume of their Library oi Standard Novels, Merkland, or Sell Sacrifice, a work highly praised by the English critics, as one ot j great power and beauty, and of stirring inter set. Received and for sate at the bookstore ot James £ntwisie& Son, No. 2. Exchange Block, ' King street. __ Gen. Wit. H. Richardson has a letter in the Richmond Examiner stating that, although he ! would have accepted the office ot Secretary of the State Agricultural Society, he was net a candidate in opposition to Mr. Ruffin, and that between that gentleman and himself the kind est personal relations exist. There appears to be a movement in prospect, pf coeteeling the eligibility of Mr. Puce, the newly-elected Governor of New Jersey, on tbe groend that be has not been a resident ot the State for seven veers preceding the election, as the constitution requires Hoe. C. G. Atherton, of New Hampshire, was struck with paralysis in court at Manche*-; ter on Thursday last. At last accounts, it was thought be would recover from the attack, though his utterance was imperfect. His m,i d was perfectly clear_ Tbs Usion declines to discuss tbe New Y ork , slsstioa, and only hopes that 4*wiee counsels MV bsrsafter prevail in the Empire State " Ch ZT IBLS- TAR, tor sale hv J,D OOV 13 R- H. HUNTON. Aews of (be Day. w To Mote the very age and body of Me times. The Georgetown correspondent of the Balti m )re Sun, says:—4lAt ;> o'clock this morning s solemn and interesting spectacle wa9 witnessed bv the communitv ot the ( onvent here. 1 hrei . beautiful \oung ladies—Miss Agnes Mas*, o Washington city,Miss kllen Neesonr f l hilade; i.ii.a and Miss Julia Tong ot Georgetown, eact received the white veil. I believe it is not gen ,.ra,,y understood that ladies thus entenr g upoi the r novia e'hip, have llie pnvitedge to with draw tin reirom at a»V period during a year i In continuation ot the religious services thn i mornu g Sister Mary Agnes Neeson and S.ste Mary Beatrice Mcl’aflrev, both of Philade’phia t i made their profession, took the three vows am i each received the black veil. Rev. Dr. Stone j street officiated on this interesting occasion. ’ There is at the present time nearly one him * d td and thirty millions more of specie in th ■ Tmted States than there was in 1Mb. Tt < fact that, in spite of this state of things, the mo r ney market should be in so embarrassed a con * ditien. is another proof that financial pan e s and commercial distresses ar* frequently the re e suit ot lai e notions, as well as of di«turbms causes abroad, which, it philosophically con > sidered ought *o have uo serious mtluence up ] on this country. i The Washington Tmon holds up New Veil 1 as a warning to the Democracy aga^ist. dB ) -ensio* s. and ad is*—**\\ e have neither le^rt * nor p>\ to express in r» gard to ’he relative von ltd two tickets supported bv the democrats. A . tar as present indications point to the result, v. < ! suppose tha’ the two tickets received about a* * equal number of votes. Me iook .vitti inuct , more concern to ffie best course lor avoiding si , * disastrous a defeat m lumre ** Geo. Lease was killed in a fight by Thoma* jM’hite, near kranktort, in Hardy county, on j the 3d iu>t. It appears that they were in at ! tendance on a sa e. and having imbibed toe I much of th»* ardent, got into a tight, whe*i j Wnite stabbed Lease Lease died in a few j hours aiter he was stabbed. White »s now hi i jail. Advices :rom Smyrna to Oct. 1'dth, state that ! kos'a has been released, and was on his way j to Boston. It appears Mr. Criley had received i a second despatch from Mr. Marsh at Constan tinople. statu g that, m hi* argument with Mr. Brack, the Austrian Internuncio, there is no re S sjrve relative to ko*ta’s inline movements: I whereupon Mr. O. consented to his release. The Liverpool and 1’h‘ladelphia Steamship Company have completed a contract with 1 Messrs. Tod vV M‘Gregor, of Glasgow, (the J bin ders r f theT vessels the C dv of Glasgow 1 1 r’.... .t M... ... n Ion thn O.IV (V I« M • i V I > WI ;mii \ n • ni ^ 1 / ' Philadelphia, now rapidly approaching com plion.) tor a fourth iron screw steamship lor I their line, to be called the City cl Baltimore. .Mr. Otho D. Bell, of Prince George’s county. Md , a wealthy planter, tiled suddenly on \\ ed nestlay last, at his residence Hav.ng been read mg a newspaper, he rose from his seat tor ! the purpose of putting it on the table, when he j fell on the floor and expired. The immedi j a e cau-e of this event was an affection of the ! heart. Gen. Scott has issued a Genera! Order as sgmng the command c*f the Department as newIv organized. Gen. ^ «*od take^he Eas tern Department Ge 1. 1 wiggs. the Western: ! Gt it. P E S ir’ii, the 11 x tr>: Gen. Gerland the New Mexican: ami Gen. E. A. Hilcncock, the Pacific Department. The board of Bishops of the Methodist Epis copal Church will meet in Pittsburg early ;n the month of December, tor the purpose o! transacting business connected with their du ties for the following 'ear. About the middle of December, Bishop S.mpson will sail oo an official vnot to California and Oregon. Major1 Uinfold's old dog “Leo,’1 who was wi'h the gallant officer when he fell, and howl ed most piteous y oxer hi* fallen master, has been sent by Mr. Coburn, of the Mans on Hou>e in Washington city. to Major Crowley, oi the V $ Argus, N > . The Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church Sou h. will hold their next session in .Norfolk. The Bi«hop has been requested to fix the day for hoidft^: the -ame between the 20th oi Nov. and 10th or December. California Items. Mr. Eugene A. Cpton. near the M ssion Do 1 lorrs, has a very extensive garden, in which are -000 heads of cabbage. 1000 plants of aspara gus, 10 000 cauliflowers. HU00 strawberry plants, Hilda large quantity ot peat, marrow-fat squaMits. celery , radishes, ruta baga turnips, and rhubarb. P owers abound in the gard-n. ! a p pigs and poultry are provided lor about the * premises. Lucky printer. One bundled and twenty-one children, and | their teachers, found room to stand in the big tree, exhibiting at >acramento. ail at once. A writer in the Mountain Herald contends that trie interests of the people oi Northern Cali forma and >uuthern Oregon, demand that those sections of country should be united, and a separate state organization lonneu. The Reverend Oarius Stokes, of San FranJ cisco, f as accumulated over one hundred crates of rags, which he is about to ship to the Fa st ern States. If we should choose a location in Cah'ornia.! we should go to grass. It is said, that a short i time since, six men washed out, with the aid j ot one s’uice. twenty-six hundred a;ui titty dol lars. It is said to be no uncommon thing to take on’ five and six hundred dollars per day ! 1 be go d found here is of the finest quality, -eali/ ng from between seventeen and eighteen dollars per ounce ! A Frenchman in San Francisco was com p ained of tor flogging an old fellow country man. and gave as a reason, that the old fellow had a bad habit ot daily getting drunk, falsing ! into a deep well, and be.ng tished out at great i persoial rink bv detet uant and lus wife. The ladies of San Francisco have determined , that they wdl go into their kitchens and do the>r own work, or depend upon the re>taurants, it unab.e to do it. as they have determined to endure no ouger the extoriioi.s practiced upon theni bv their he p in that citv. A meeting hasj been called with a v.ew ot nfleeting a retorma t on of tire evil complained ot. Madame Fieider—the la iy who has gained so much celehr;iv as a uaveMer— is about mak- i »ng a tour through the mining districts ot Cali-1 ‘orn a, at'd w:»i visit the various tribes of In*' uians. Messrs Warren k Son have closed a mo«: successful show of fru t arid flowers, ana pro ductions of lemaie industry, at San brancisco. It was kept open for several days. Among the fruiis and flowers many of our mod familiar varieties are mentioned. Ot Baldwin apples nome specimens are named, the trees that h ire which are but seven eighths of an inch in ii ian. evr, and were carried acioss the Isthmus in April. \‘>2. Sudden Deaths. Mr Nathan Wilbur, of Little Compton, went into the restaurant of Messrs, i hurston N j Brown, in Fail K ver,yesterday afternoon. and called for some bioiieJ beef>teak. This dl?h was prepared tor him and *et upon the tab’e — i In a t*'w momentsatte? wares he came out of the dining room into the office, with his hand upon his throat apparently in great distress. Dr. Hooper, happening to be near at hand, saw at once that he was choakmg, a?*d immediately went to his house tor h.s instruments; during the few moments that the Or. was absent Mr. Withur expired. A coioner's inquest is to be he\i over the body. The wife of the Kev. Mr. Butler, Methodist clergyman of WestfieM. was walking across a room on Friday, when she tigered a scream,’ and ‘e>l lifeless to the lfiior. Nupp ’sed to have died of an afltetion of the heart. —,Vtr Bedford Slnwfard. COFbFF—Sl Domingo, White and Green Rio. Laguir*. Maricaibo, Old Gov. Java, l and Mocha Coffees, kepi constantly on hand,1 and tor sale bv T. M. McCORMICR & CO., j nov 15 Theatre Building. Letter from New York. Correspondence of the Baltimore American. ': New Vokk, Nov. 13, 1SG3.—The “Softs,” o ! Free Soil faction ot the Democratic party, hav * been out-voted by the “Hards, ’ or Nations ij Democrats, in all sections ot the Stale. In 4 I i counties heard trom V ey lead the Soits 10,00 , I votes ‘I he total vote on the State ticket i this city will foot up about as follows:—Whig [ \ 1^.000, Hards 14.000, Softs 9.000. The Assem bly, as tar as heard trom, stands as follow? ' Wing 67, Hards 25, Soil 14 A more caretu count ot the votes shows th it Blunt, V\ big, « positively elected District Attorney, hy a mu jorit\ variously reported at from 'sO to 129. j| Thom a* Francis Meagher, e*q , ^received ; r letter yesterday morning from M. P* *L Smitr : dated at San Francisco, and stating mat • »lu j| Mitchel and family would leave for New ior bv ttie steamer ot the 1st ot November Cor seqiienily, Mr. Mitchel may tie expected'o ai 1 rive here about ihe 27th prcx.mo. Air. Smit ‘ j was the person who made all the arrangement p tor the escape of Air. Mitchel, and who acte » ! a* principal escort to Mrs Mitchel. It is ger i eraiu understood that Mr. Sinitn was sent t Van Dieman’s l/snd hy Mr. Meagher, on a mu | sio'i to release Airs. Alitchel. Mr. H. I*. Herrick, who is about to stu! a missionary to Gaboon, Africa, an*! .Mr. H i Pierson, will be ordained on Sunday evenin in the Spring street Presbyterian f. hurch. Yankee Sutlivan is not so iikely to rereiv his deserts as bad been hoped by the commun : | ty generally. On Monday of the present week ■ Justice 1 ucker, of Berkshire counH. Massa [ j chuseits, fixed the bonds lor ms appearances $1500, which, it is said, he will be able to pro cure from Ins friends in this cty. He is noy | liable to a fine ot $5000 and imprisonment i f | the State prison. General Scott i« still personally superintend 1! ing his military Department, at his headquar 1 ters in this city. He still weals bis arm in sling, but otherwise looks as ire*i», hale an h arty ever. Nothing appears whicti eiv any token ihat he may not iive torty years ye’ He walks with a firm step, upright, not ai 1 inch h >s tail than when bis head, peerini I above the multitude at Lundy's Lane, was; kind of landmark in the smoky Held, imbc itiu, the point to which the victory had attained. A. W. Condit, ot 59 Gold strret, adveitise i that the coach harness, which wa< ordered h; I a Committee to be made tor General Pierce, bu j winch said Committee subsequently refused ti take, will be sold at auction, to the highes bidder. I hj committee ot foreign residents who tin i dertook the job of raising money enough to bu; i a medal tor Capt. Ingraham, are getting di> couraged. They have omy been aide to raix I $io3 25, and they don’t intend to try for more I resolving, at a meeting they had last night, t< buv such a medal as that sum would purchase Tne tru>tees ot the Atlantic Muru.il Insur ance Company have load manufactured a mag I mficent set of *oiid silver tor presentation u : their President, Walter R. Jones. 1 he set u j va-ue l at between $">.000 and $'>.100. and con sists ot twenty seven pieces, a< follows : i epergne, 2 soup and 2 sauce tureens, >} mea aim gravy dishes, 4 vegetable dishes; 2 smal | salvers, l fish dTli and strainer, 2 water pitch ers. 6 dish-covers, and 1 large sa'ver Seven emigrant ships arrived here yesterday iron Europe, with an aggregate of 2122 pas si ngers. On board of the ship Constitution from Havre, which had 069 passengers, tiiert , were 41 deaths during the voyage A letter from Gerritt Smith says that he i.« j suffering from a rush of hiood to the head ! which he fears w dl unfit him ior taking his sea! j ill Congress. i Awhile ago, it was the ganeral expectation I that Collector Kedtieid was going to turn (>ul j o; utfice every subordinate that di i not eschew j Broi.sonism, out so lar those fear* have not i been am! are not likeiy to r>e rea'-zed. J he $»3000 match between Prmce, trotter and Hero, pacer. Came ctf over the Union Course on Friday. The terms were ten miles in harness —play or pay — Prince kept the lead throughout, and Hero was withdrawn at the close ol the ninth mile. Prince’s time tor the whole ten miles was 2Sm. secs , the quickest ten miles on record. Finny Jenks, on the Union Course, was 29m. ">9§. The time of the Pacer ' is uiso very extraordinary, as she was only a | second or two behind in the first eight miles i The Frigate Congress yvas fl Kited from the | United States Naval Dry Pock, Brooklyn, on i Thursday morning, and lmmedia e y taken to j one or the wharves, where her three masts were put in their places. Yesterday afternoon, a large force of men were at work upon tbe j frigate, and from present appearances, we snou- <j judg“ that Commodore Boarman intends to have her in sailing trim in a couple of weeks In ihe Court or Oyer and Terminer a jury was empanelled to try the sanity of Thomas Kme, indicted for tbe murder of his wife. The jury unanimously rendered a verdict that the wetch is n-sane, and the Court accordingly made out an order lor his commitment to the Lunatic A*y 'urn. Unde Toni's Cabin has been performed about one hundred nights in succession now, at the National 1 heatre. and it is quite likeiy it will run till after the hoAdays. Barnum. taking the hint, has dramatized the story a so; and the Museum, too, as w e l as trie J heatre. has its thousands nightly to see it. Toe collection in the Rev. Hr. A:e.xarrer’s church, on the Fifth avenue, on Sunday la*t, tor the Bible cau*e, after an appropriate dis course by the pastor, amounted The Jurors on Safes, a: the Crystal Palace, have issued a circular 10 the exhibitors of safes, proposing to have them tested bv a tire under iheir authori y. There are about a dozen on exhibition, in the Palace, and these, w rh the o hers which will be contributed for the trial, will make a large fire. The Superior Court yesterday awarded Mr. Richard M. Crane $I,7-)0 damages against the Hudson River Railroad Company, for injuries sustained bv a collision on the 4th of September. 1S51. at Peek skill. The plaint tf proved that he was smashed amid the ru.ns. and received severe personal injuries Insurance Trouble# in Savannah Owing 'o a dispute between the Savannah (Ga.) Fire Company and the city au'honties, the fire companv surrendered its charier on the 4th inst.. and all the members resigned their du ties as firemen. The impor’ance of this pro ceeding can be est iruted from ihe tact that e ght fire erg nes are thus withdrawn from service, the Savannah Fire Company being incorporated by the Legisla'ure of Georgia, and having that number of engines tinder its control. On the 7:n ins:., the fire underwriter* o? the ci'v, representing fourteen insurance companies, held a meeting, and adopted the following preamble and resolulu n : Whereas, by the resignation and proposed disbanding ol the Savannah Fire Comparn. this c.ty, it is feared by this meeting, will no: be as weM protected against the spread of fire as heretofore Re it therefore Resolml. Chat the companies represented at this meeting will not issue or renew at exist ing rates any file policies to expire after the tenth day of December next, on any pro-1 perty within the corporate limits of the city of Savannah, unless »n the meantime a fire de partment adequate to work efficiently all the apparatus belonging to the city, be established on a permanent ba*is. A EiKlibuster Expedition. Rumors have been rite of late oi the sail !mg from this citv and Stockton and themarcb ; Horn San Diego of three separate detachments ot men for Sonora, with the intention of wres ting that State from if.e Mexican authorities, and erecting it into a Republic Similar to that of Texas, previous to its annexation to the United States. No definite informal on of the plan* ot the adventurer* has \et been obtained by per sons not in their confidence, and the communi ty was surprised to learn yesterday morning that the brig arrow, lying at the foot of Clav street wharf, had been seized on the mgh! ot the 30th ultimo bv ^rder of Geo. K A. H.tchcock. commai ding officer of this mihta ry district, a file of soMiers placed on board of: her. and the captain, William Gnus, put under arrest. The ground u| on which the seizure' was made was tt\Hi she had been or was about to be fitted out for an expedition a:ainst :be ter ritory of a neighboring ration, at peace ui*n. the United States, in violation of the neutrally iv acts, and particularly of the Sth section of thv of Congress of April 29, ISIS.—San < Franeiteo Herald. RADWAY’S READY RELIEF. }u«t receiv-j ed, and for sale by J R. PIERPOfNT. | no? 15 $. E. cor. of King and IVash-st*. Additional Foreign New?. The position ol affairs is unchanged. r The dales Iroin the seat of war in Turkey j are not so late as the ‘^5 h nit. the da> tixei I: bv ttie ^Itan lor the commei cement of active : hostilities—but the news, nevertheless, appear rj [o tie decisive as to the lad tha> a legular col , fusion between the Russians and I uiks had ac . tuaiiy laken place on the Danube; and althougl I the latest rt ports speak ot a strong desire oi . the pari ot Count Nesselrode to still furthe j negotia e upon the subject m disj uie, \et ai s the indications are decidedly in favor of war. The unfavorable character of the hasten news had but little effect upon the Liverpoo 4 cotton market, and prices are not es*entia!i; ! t changed since lire sailing ol ttie hrankim. , 1 tie sales ol the week looted lip about 3/.00 ic ba'es. Martin Kosta is on his way to Boston. The London money market continued a fj | stringent as *ver, and it was anticipated tha g! the bank may be compelled to advance th j j d scount ra:e>. All toreign stocks were inactive, and price 0 tending downward. ,J Certain transac'ions in the London market would indicate that parties were in possessio: s n| exclusive and favorable intormation. hut th public at large are kept altogether in the dart y 1 respecting the progress ol altairs E! N-verai papers publish the following spun e ous despatch, via Vienna, Cct. 22: ‘•Tne aim\ of O.nar Pasha which could bi j kept back no longer, has passed the Danubi 11 and beaten the Russians at Oitenil/.a. 1 h< j Russian vessels on the Danube have fill lei into the hands ot the 1 urks/' The following is more reliable, teiegraphei , on the 26th, via Brussels ; ••A skirmish on the Danube is reported fron Vienna. Turkey prohibits the export of corn J! 19th—No fleet at Constantinople il was no 4j believed that any pitched battle had bee: j lought p; The Russian army was in a bid state froir sickness and scaicity. Nevertheless, the ben ^! edictiOii of bannrs, winch u.-u.iiiv precede: , active service, tcok place on the 10th, at Bu J charest. Manthimour. a man of energy, opposed tc 5 Russia, but favorable to a rev.vacation ol 'In pi Greek Church, i* elected Patriarch ol Constan . i tmople, and has been invited to attei (i a meet 1 lug ol the i urkish Cabinet. J A meeting ol the inhabt ants of the Towel , Hamlets. London, Captain Mavne, R«-nl presid i mg. was held to sympathize with T urkey. Mr. Cobden, on the 25th, addressed the Me • ’ chunk's Institute at Barnsley, proposing a* c / model lor imitation, the educational operation! > oi the Tinted States. i a movement is o.i loot to erect a monument ) to Lieu enanl Be.lot, the unfortunate Arctic ! navigator “ j a subsciiption is collecting fora British tes limomai it* captain mgranam. ) Trie steamship Golden Age is advertised tc j carry on the Australian mails of November 10th. from L veipool. Miip Chaile> Croker, lor New Vork. had pul t int<» Bellas! wt'h !o*s ot sai s and spars. bin I! otherwise uninjured. ,1 Disturbances had occurred in foine cf the l French provincial corn markets. Commerca! circulars aitubute the continu .; ou^ n>e in wheat 10 tlie greater demand for seed thissea^o ». The Minster of Marine announces to the j Havre Chamber or Commerce, that the govern J merit will shortly reduce the import duty on I guano to ten francs per ton in fore gnshijs, and Tee in French ships. 1 General de Neuiily was kiiltd in a difficulty wi h his aid-de-camp, Captain La Porta, at i Chalons Sur Marne It was repotted that M. «ie la Cour, the French Ambassador at Constantinople, was to be .*u peiseded. Tfie Pope is recruiting in health. He has opened two stores at Koine to sen food at re duced rates. A despa’ch dated Athens. October 21. says | the Minister* of Finance and VVar have been i dismissed. Tne free importation or corn is de 1 termmed on. A loan of live millions of drach ' ma* is proposed. ' The Austrian government begins to be unea ! sy at the increasing prices of provisions, and ; proposes to diminish the cost of transj orta'jon I of grain on the railways. Mississippi Klectiou. J.u kson. (Miss.) Nov. 11 —The 4*Mississ p pian" has received returns of the election heid on Monday from a large portion of the Mate, which it <ay* has gone Democratic by a majori ty of from live to eight tiiou*aini on me Male ticket. | The majority for Wm. Barksdale. the Demo cratic candidate lor Congress for the State at large, will be about the same. His opponent was Reuben Davis. In the sevt-ral Congressional districts, the fo!lowing gentlemen were elee’ed: 1st district.D. B Wrtght, Democrat* •g, 1 do .W. S. Barry, do. 3,1 do .O. K Singleton, do. 4*h do .W. P. Harris, do. I The following i* th- State ticket elected: For Governor.John McRae, Demi craL . Secretary at State... ^ • H. Muse, do. Slate Treasurer.A. M. .Uckson, do. Attorney Genera ....D. C. G enn, do. In the Legislature ttiere is a Democratic ma jority on j unt ballot or twenty five, which will ' defeat Mr. Foote's election to the Tinted Slates i Senaiorship. Wisconsin Elect ion. Telegraphic reports from Wisconsin, repre : sent that the Democrats have elected their State 1 t eket by a large majority. Such an event : was to have been expected in that decidedly i Democratic State. The following are the offi cer- e ect: ‘ William A. Barstow, (Governor. James 1' Lewis, Lieutenant Governor. Alexander T. Gray. Secretary ot State. George B S.nit • , Attorney General. Edward H Janssen, State i irasurer. H. A. Wright, Superintendent of Public !n J struct ion. A. W. Starks. State Prison Commissioner, i Wm. M. Dennis, Bank Comptroller. The Milwaukee Sentinel states, that so far as that city wa- concern-d. there was "out one issue thought of or talked of." and that w a- !he : ‘ Lquor Law.*’ T he vole in Mihvaukie on that question was, in favor of a prohibitory law, by": against it, 3,i‘Ud. It fared better in the counties. _ Vt i in out. After nine ba’lottings. the l.eg - attire of V er mont has succeeded, in erecting a l . S. S»*rm o . m place oi Air. Pi»e!p-. ^ Itig. Juu^e Eem - (D'jin.) is the successful candbta’e, and "a* elected by three votes over his Whig competi tor, Judge CJSamore. The election it seems was effected by a coalition between the Free Soiie's Is there i o Cabinet officer to t.ike Vermont under bis charge amt preserve her dr* mocracv from an "error worse than a crime Mr. Secretary Cushing should have made hi manifesto general to the New England States — Ames* A RNfCA FLOWERS; Gum Copa : So ph. A C*u nmet Sant on me; Sub. Nr. bi*mu.h. Lunar Caustic: Castor Oil; English bath br*ck-. Br Lustre; Long Pepper; Ceiery Seed; Pe:er‘> Piib; Chalk Halls; Hrjans Waters: Segars, Camphor, . received a' d or sa.e bs HENRY PEEL. Druggi-t, cor King nov in and Fairfax -t§. L~UB1N’S EXTRACTS asp SOAPS.—Heli otrope; Pa’chou A; Gerat nim: bouquet <.e Caroline: Fleurs of Pilar: MouMnr. Hue" Orange; New Alown Hayt \ iole" J cky C ub, &c., all warranted genuine. andJ°r,. nov 15 C. C. BERRi »• DOZEN English Bristol Bath Bkkis 1 Vy a very superior artic le ;or c leaning Ki t v es, 'fin Ware. &r . tor sai* bv HENRY PEEL, D:u<g s’, for. K nS nov 15 and Fairfax «ts. BACON—Shoulders, Side?*. and Can'a>$<?J Hams, in store and tor sale hV T. M. McCOKMlCK & CO., nov ;5 Tneatre Hut ding. ROWANDS improved tonic mix 1 I KE. just received and for »a!e by J. K. PIEKPOINT, S E^ c^r. King no? 15 and Washington sts. j BA V WATER, a superior article, on draught j and bv the bottle, for sale by JAS. ENTW1SLE, Jr, Apothecary, | no? 15 opposite Sarepta Hall. ( eutral Uailroatl. ; We give to-da> some gleanings from the re 7 port of ihe Present ol the Central Hailroa I Company a§ subnuited before the meeting o » stockholders on Thursday : ♦ VN e are giau to perceive that an increase o • $'»00 a sear has been made to his salary, mak ing h s \early salary $2,500, instead ot $20o<J i It is nut a deserving testimony to the efficien i cy ot this active and energetic officer, r I he report commenced with a congratulation I in behalf ot the Directors, on the conditioi and prosperity of the Company. It states tha i the road was opened tor transportation to th 1 eas’ern terminus of the Sta e woik at Me > chum’s river on the 6th ot Decern I t*r last. - - During ttie present Near the work which wa ) umler contract wtsi os Naunlon. thirty-eigh miles, to a point near Millboro, has been pro greasing well, and is expected will all be read; ? lor the rails in time to put ti e cars on by th t 1st of August next. i By the aid ot the liberal subscription o $200,000 made by the city ot K cbmond, a! * the heavy work between .Millboro and .lark son's r.ver was put under contract on the lf>tl ? of July last, wih an obligation to rompRi > the grading by the 1st da> ol DtCember, 1 SOI ? In relation to the section between Wajnt" borough ami Naunlon. i! ?as> that in a shor time it will be completed. Tetnpomry Track at RockfiJt (rap—The in lervenoon ot tlie Blue Ridge R inroad, cor. 1 siructed by the S ate, with its three tunnels i and the conseijuent delay in completing sucl i work, arrested the progress oj the cars at Me i chum's river, \vh rh point, as already staled UieN reach d last December. I The great extent of road which the Compa ny have been operating west of the mountain i an 1 which would be ready lor the ra is earh . next year, called ihe attention of the Bt*ard l( t the necessity of providing some mean*nf trans portation uver that mountain, during the peiioi wInch tlie mam tunnel would remain unlinRh i ed. A portage by wagons and stages wa1 ■ thought uf in the lir«t ins-anc'o hut in view o * the large amount of iron wanted tor the con • siiuction of the road west of Naunlon, and o the immense tonnage and trawl which lh* > road could command after completing litt\ • mi es w est of the mountain, the Hoard enter ■ tamed iloub s w t.etr.er a portage would mee ■ tbr wants of the communit}. and their mmur were timed, during the last twelve months, ti ' the inquiry whether a track might not be built ■ on w Inch a locomotive ei gine could r e work ed, that Nvou.d pa> the expense. Mr. Kile was thereupon invited, when he assumed tht i duties of ( fuel Kngineer. after the resignation » 1 ol Mr. Haggles, to make a survey and esnmalf | of the cost of such a track —the result ol which pmved satislacton. I nder the guim ance and dnccMon ol Mr. KlJet, the work it progressing rapsdiy. The Road iclil yttld a soot: profit v:hen can \ pitted.— J hat the road wili be a profitable oi*e. when Hmshed, the Board of Directors felt 5he r^‘ r:fi * au'lr.n.fp 'I’l i* r,in course of construe ion v\iii g.ve the Very besl connection with Kentucky and Ohio, and ev-n with tie great Mississippi \ alley. From ; Sandy to Lexington, the road i* under contract, • and from thence to Loui*vine i- in operation, i From Maysv.Jie on the Ohio, tiie. work is ra pidly advancing eastward to meet tru* road and they had assurances that an extension tvesiwardly would soon be made along tht Valley ot the Ohio by Cmcinnali to Louisville, i Among the prominent features of interesi connected with ttii- road, and ot tiie many sou ces of profit to he looked to. not the lens I is the lact that its h cation will secure tht largest share of the immense travel irum thost Mates, because it will he free trorn tiie annoy ant es vs tnch occur on iir.es running through irt-esoil teiritorv. 'J In'* ciicnuisiance affords a practical advan tage, certain to en.ist the sympathies ami -up port ot the whole slaveholding community who may travel between the Mississippi am (the A lantic seaboard. This wili he an important imk in a chain o Railroad* reaching from the Atlantic to the Pa cific, and not passing over a foot of abohtior territory. In competition with other >outhert line*, the Board had the tuilesl assurances tha ' neither the durance, grades and curvatures ol the road, or the advantages of the markets tc which they lead, could withdraw their business from them. The report recommended a relay of edge rails | on that port ion ot the line bet wren the June tion anu Richmond, instead of the present rial bar. It also recommended a similar operation on the road between Goidonsvihe and Charlottes ville. though the neces-ity wa- not so urgent a? in the foregoing instance, j it sugge-ted the propriety of extend.ng tiie machine shops in thi* city, and | urchas ng an I additional extent ot ground H it could be oh tamed on reasonable tentis. Recti, ts if i\< year, ending 30//, September. atnouii ed to $Jiu.u.'cg 11. exc« eding those cd ' the previous year b\ *33 30* 17. being an in cvea-e of near,y ‘go per tent. i tie expeii-e-on ;:tir- other f.a i! have not increased in the same ; rate, the general charge ior tfos year's expense* being ou.y *e 3b! 34 more than that of ia*t \ear. wli.ist ths reie p’s have exceeded tin -e of last year by *33.30' 17. In conform,ly w itn the settled policy and prac tice of the Company, the Board have dec ared a dividend of 10 per cent on the st 'ck he:U un ier the act* c»t 1 *3b, *3*. 47. '4s,. at d 'a!. that being tne investment in the present working f art or ; the road. The President next submitted the report ot Mr. Charles Kllet, Jr.. Ch et E' g ne*T ot ti.e road. j Referring to the track over the Blue Kidge, , constructed lor the purpose of transporting ma terials. iron, Sic , during the peno i wh ch tne n>ai i tunnel would remain unfinished. the re I port states that there is now a rra-onabie pro*. 1 pec- that trains can \ a** over the mountain* at an tar.ier dax than was nrig.iiaby de* gnateu— the . a -1 ot December next l»o Eng ties. r.ot t» to be delivered in the month of DeceuPer. h tw been oidered to work on this ro«J. Lhex w;ii he j rov i.itd wr h a portab e 7 .11 k. so a* to t * pense with ttie weight arid res *t-ii'Ce ot the ten der. and increase *o much ’he «riective load.— 1 he speel contemplated cverth.s track is truth five to six* miles an hour I he progress or the work on the main tunnei from 1 Sr'0 i« given, as follows: October 1st, isOO, the total penetration was s0 feet November d'h, 'M, ** October 1 st, ‘52, ^ ** October 1st, ‘VI •• At this rate of progress. ’he Mme whch wd: be required to finish th^ pr> w r.ot ne ids* than 31 months from the 1st October .t*: The report represented tne -civ.ig t»> tne tem porary track across the mouata..!, tjr o;-e Star, at j- j'>.332. I he i reasurer furnished tne ti*ua a' *•*. showing ihe receipts. ili*biir*eine:'.*>. ana gen eral condition ol the Company, i tie receipts for transportt’ion xs th m the vear ending 3♦»’.r September, 1^0>. were $2U'.3'6 ' Lr rt.tui Wh ig, Swamp Lauds. Swamp Land* have been donated b^unt.ful ly b> recent Cor gresses to the U t stern States As the j ubhc has probably very litt.e idea of the extent of ttie national generos y towarr.s the v gorous young commonwea if-s oi the \\ est. it may be of interest to many toki .nv that according to it e report ot the L. > Sur vex*»r General t*t A! >*ouri and Lti oi*, ht totai number o' aevs of s-vamp an.: gnent M *sou:i. is 2.~b >~1, an . die cumber giver. ’ » Illinois is x' >uT mj ). Accor* i g to the S: Lou s Kepubiicai1. much of this land may ai d w:n be reclaimed. an t. in grbr a . the so * i* so rich as ‘o n ake xvrx va.u.i?»ie. i he >« ,ec t on ot the lands was made by the agents of the States, but n order to protect the inter** so* the Totted S ales, j* was found i ece*sury o appoint agents in each district. *o e.x imi ,e the land selected, and to determine whether it wis swamp or dry. This has he^n carefully done, and the above aggregate* t xhibi’ the re« :* of their labors. It was tour*! matin many cases the States* agents ha! returned a n job a’ger amount of swamp lands ’han was ind-cated bv the field note* of the surveys, or was ».» realty s'.vamov. — .V V Fry English ithaih bkishes, of >u,eiv>f qualitv. on hand, an*! for sa e by JAMES ENTVVISLE, Jr., Apothecary, nov 15 oppospe Sarepla Hall, j SWAIM’S PANACEA, the genuine article, on band, and for Rile by JAMES ENTW1SLE, Jk , Apothecary, no? 15 opposite Sarepta Hall. Financial operations of Board of Public Works, 1 ' *JlC\>nd Auditor’s Office, J f Virginia. November 1st, lb'3. \ Sir:—I have the honor to transmit, herewith 1 in confortni'y to law, the following statements. • A, B and C, exhibiting a synopsis of the finan cial operation* ot the Board of. Public Work* ■ with the Treasury,during the fiscal year ending • 31) h September. Is53, the condition of the In ternal Improvement bund, at the end of tne » same \ear, and the transactions of the Sinking t Fund -inee its organization, under the act pass ? e«j March 26ih, 1853, to the 3*J:h September • 1-5 i. it will be *een by statement A, that the re s etij*ts ot the Treasury, on account of »he Inter 1 tial Improvement Fund, amounted to $5,0S7,425 ■ g7: and with the balance on hand, at the com ' mencerneht of the !a*t fiscal year, made an ag 2 gregate Ot $5,102,473 23. 1 hete was dt.-bur *ed?during the same period, $5,010,632 59. 1 leaving a balance tn the Treasury, on the 1st I October, 1S53. of $91 *45 64. The sum of $125,947 06 was received on ac » count of divi leud*, bonus, and interest on the ft productive investments of the Fund, and pre • tnium* on loans obtained. This amount is • $S 541 51 more than was received from the t si(i;e source* during the year ending 30th iSep* tenth* r. 1-52 It i* estimated that the receipts, on account • of prodiMlive invesmerits, for the current year, • will exceed by a considerable amount that of ‘ the last \ear The surplus amount of said re • ceipts, after deducting all ieg.ii charges upon j j the fund lor internal improvement, is applied towaids the payment of interest on the debt Of ■ the Commonwealth. > There wa* received on account of regufered and coupon bonds, the sum of $4,050,4-6 37 — » Deduct from >aid amount the sum of $23,500, ' an investment made by the Board of the Litera* i ry Fund, and $200 returned—it having been im ■ properly received —and the increase of the o it ‘ standiisg public debt during the last fiscal year, amount* to $1,026,7*6 -7 Tne aggregate ouistan ing public debt of the ■. C ommon weath. on the 1 *t (\!oher last, after ■ deducting the amount redeemed, as per exhibit of in* Sinking Fund, i*- ascertained to be $1S, 011,775 50. It ;« deemed proper here to state, though not ; mentioned in the annexed *tatements, that the ’ <qnafeil vaute of the productive investments, held by the Internal Improvement Fund, and the Common wea'tli proper, to obtain which, the debt of the Commonwealth was incurred. ,s estimated at $3,121,500. By equated value is meant that amount, which at s x per cem., 1 sieids the revenue of the-e stock*. 'Therefore, the outstanding debt of Virginia, on the 1st Oc tober, 1-53 !e** the above value of ;uve*t ments, i* $9.920.275 50. 'The disbursements on account of loans to Internal Improvement Conrtpa? ies. to be redeem ed in thirty-four vears. amounted to $ .700,000. The sum of r2 149,552 56 was paid on account » i P . Artu* • i. _ .. ».. 4 -ii.fkrnnpi-it .rtn f nr Hu rMAaiwtl 'M VM|M. *** UMM ~ f V • I W I of Internal Improvement. Matement H shows that the Internal Improve ment t!in«J possesses productive investments amounting to $•”>.036.220 30, which is an in crease ot $i.'J‘j3.2iz «>o over the amount held , at the e-d ot ttie fiscal year for 1SV2 In arri ving at this result. I have deducted from the ■ tmount stated in ttie report of that year, the *um of $.00 000 loaned to the Kappahannock Company, which, though secured by bond and mortgage, was not then, nor is it now, pro ductive. It i> pleasant to he able to note the gradual 1 j and permanent increase of productive invest ments. Statement C. is a brief exhibit of the opera ' ' ?iot*s ot the S ilking fund since its orgamza tion. 1 he Commissioners of said fund organized under the act passed March 20th, IS*>3, and in • corlorrmty to the 2oth eection of the 4th article I of the Constitution; upon principles which in sure the payment of the interest, and the grad i ual extn ct.oti of the public debt of the Coin * i monwealth. The establishment of this fund i should and must necessarily place the credo of | the Commonwealth upon the highest ground.— (Of the public debt existing on the 1st day of January. J^Z, there was authorized to he re deemed Ceriaui certificates amounting to $127. j m. Of this amount there ha* been redeemed ;$l!4,-')do 07, and the residue the holders thereof i,.ve not |.ie>ented for redemption. Ttie inter i est upon ti.e amount thus authorized to he re deemed. stopped on the 1st Augu-t last, the time advertised lor it* redemption. The haiai.ee in the Treasury to the credit o| the -inking fund on the 1-t day of October, 1 j'-.). is $i 3,70 1 n3. It is deemed unnecessary to enter into details; these will he found in the report I am required i to make to the General Assembly. 1 am. verv respecttullv. \our.obedient ser vant. WM. L. JACKSON, Second Auditor. To h.s Excellency, Jo.-efh Johnson, Governor ot Virginia. fA] Fi nd > r Internal Improvement. S>,uop./> (/ (>pt'illi')n< xci'li die 7fellowy in tie la.: /?v i/ ipjr ending o0-h September. Is"-. IrLA-IKER * KEOKIPT* V >K PAV.MENrS INTj Tin: I kea-i kv, v.z: For dividend.* on ; bank >1 cks $.'4,007 00 For dividends ot j stocks of Inter nal Improvements 32,4d-"* 04 Interest on Mate SIOCKS 1U.3>W >>< 1 Interest on dividend • bonds ol railroad j companies 10.315 OS Interest on State loans !0 James River ai 1 kai.a I w ha Compary 52,2^5 ’4 Interest on loa^s to Ka i Raid Corr pan es. Acts 1*53. 9, *04 i*2 Interest on tempo rary to Kail R )a ! C mu pan . e< f', 13^ 03 Interest on ;cmn *o trustees of the ! town of Hath 000 Ou Interest on bon.Is iiuaranl ed by the State 270 00 Interest on prem - ums on loans ob ta ned I 37.577 90 -$425 947 00 r or bars obtained on cow j in bond'* 3 0:0.000 00 For bans or, regis tered ti^i us 4 J'1 4*’1 * * $4 050.1*0 s" From the Common* wea in in aid of paying: me inter est on tne puo.ic debt in January last. ’ 3*3o.-03 55 From Selden. With ers & Civ, ior in terest accrued on con} on b onus previous to dates I or $a»e 22,513 24 From Kiil Road Companies, tem poiarv bans re luadeJ in part 1^3.524 45 - 4,050,4*5 17 From Zaire* R vrr a n c Kanawha Com, ai v to pay dividend^ or O j James K . v e r Com pant 10.500 oO From Ha t m ire and Ohio Rail Koad Company, to jay »or work done on i>hn K; and .Mary land ro.»d 327 00 !J For advances lo members ot hoard of Public Work*, balance unexpended C50 54 Fori'’ere*t drawn and returned lb 20 * -\ 0,993 04 _ i Total receipt*, 5,067,42$ 27 Add balance in the Treasury at creJit, Ut October, 1»52, 15,049 96 *5,102,47$ ™ Disburse merits from the Treasury on the Second Auditor's warrants, Viz : For salaries of Second Auutor and Clerks and Secretary of hoard o! Public Work a 3.S37 20 for contingent expen se* of Board ot Pub lic tt orks and Sec ond Auditor’s Office, lor blank book*, cir culars and messen ger »o Board of Pub ^ lie Works 721 34 For expenses members of Board of Public Works inspecting in ternai irnpiovtment*, &c., 303 61 -4,3 15 For expenses issuing coupon bonds ami registered bonds 2,204 40 For mileage and par d;em, compensation of State proxies for James River and Ka nawha Company 014 40 For damages done to land occupied bv the experimental rail way 05 00 For printing blanks for Floyd Court Hou*e and Hillsvilie Road S 00 For expenses of sur veys and locations 250 00 For expenses com pil ling a new map of i State, 2 OS -3,203 SS For interest on Inter nal Improvement debt, 1st Jan., 1S53, 433.432 36 On account of Suite subscriptions, viz : To rail road compa nies 1,622,494 63 To navigation compa nies 140.725 13 Plank road companies 6*1,694 05 Turnpike companies 227,537 27 1 Bridge companies 12.972 50 Sale roads 77 073 S3 -2,119,552 56 On account of loans to Internal Improve ments authorised bv acts ol 1>53 1,700,000 00 On account of tempo rary loans to Kail Roads, in advance of requ sitions on Nate subscription 150,000 00 For Joan* to Treasurer of Commonwealth, fcCtMa ch, TS53, 173,400 00 For interest paid to holders of James Ri ver and Kanawha i.ompanv guaranteed bonds ' 67.245 00 For interest paid to hol ders of Chesapeake and Ohio Canal guaranteed bonds 23,500 7S - 2,119,145 78 For dividends paid to stockholders of old 1 James Kiver Com pany 21,015 00 For amounts paid Ohio Kiver and Maryland roan out of the funds received from Balti more and Ohio Rad Koad Company 327 00 For loan on tamed re funded 200 00 i For premiums refunded 336 00 -21,878 00 i For payments into the Treasury on ac count o( the nett I surplus revenue of 1 fhe Fund lor Inter nal Improvement, 1st 1 July, 1853, 223,657 86 Total Disbursements $5.010,622 6* Bal. in Treasury, 30th Sept., 1853, *1,845 o4 — $5,102,478 23 ! , [B ] Statement of the Fund of Internal Improve ment, 30(/i September, 1853. Statement of the in vestments ot the Fund in ! stocks, and in subscription* and appropriations: 1. PRODUCTIVE INVESTMENTS. Bank stocks $1,143.>60 00 : Old Jan es River Com pany stock, six per cent. 142,()00 00 Rui Road Companies* dividend bond* 171,218 00 Bonds oi Companies guaranteed by Nate 4.600 00 -1,462,268 00 Loans to Internal Improvement Com panies OTHER THAN TEMPORARY LOAN*t James R*ver and Ka nawha Company 2 030,000 00 Winchester and Po tomac Rad Road Company 83,333 33 Trustees ol town of Bath 2,500 00 Rail Road Companies under acts 1^53, 1.380,000 0o -- 2. PRODUCTIVE SUBSCRIPTIONS. Richmond, Fredericks burg. and Potomac Rad Road Company 275.200 00 Turnpike Companies 99,912 47 Nav gaRon Companies 29*.500 uu Rridfe Companies 14.612 50 - 672,124 97 Total productive $5,636,226 30 3. Subscriptions to work* comp eted and those in pro^rev* paying no dividends 13,061,313 33 Available. Loan to Rappahan nock Company 100,000 00 Total amount paid of investment, sub scriptions and ap; ro pnations $19,7*7,532 03 [C~, ... M.NKlN'i FIND. Statement of *he operation* of the Sinking Fund *mce its organtza/un. to the Mf'h Sep• Umber, 1v '3. REi lift*. From the Treah rv or the Commonwealth, viz : To pay interest on j ub lic debt, 1st July, 1353, * $469,557 96 To redeem a part of the public debt of 1st January, 1932. ke. 129,551 .6 To invest on account of the 1 per cent, of the debt accrued be !TL‘|‘ M,«* >7 arid 1st Jan., For ’his sum return* ■ on account of *n overpavment of io- ^ Q(> teresl . $626,751 49 disbursement*. For warrant* oi inter due 1st July, ]*'j3 $469,220 26 Public debt of Janua ry 1952, redeemed 114,566 67 [nteres« paid thereon to 1st August 592 S6 nvestmeut in a certifi cate of State 6 per cent stock 29.626 S7 -612.996 66 BaL in Treasury 30th Sept. 1S53 $13,754 *3 VVM. Is JACKSON. Second Auditor. A LOT of Curb and (Jitter Stone# for tale at cos , being about to cloae my buiiucM. nov 15—tf W, T. PuWEf.L jrvR A FTS ONNF W YORK, at »*bi, will W wwu » O.