Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 30, 1861, Page 5

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 30, 1861 Page 5
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r 9 METROPOLITAN POLITICS. The tnlon the Rallying Cry on All Sides? Attitude of the Republlcans-^The (|uap ,rel In Tamuiany?The gUtfi of the Poll* ticians?Organization of Five Union ltd Reform Parties?The Cooper institute^ Twenty-third Street, Fifth Avenue, b't. Nicholas and University Place Gatheri ngs, Ac. The past wot k has been ono of excitement, anxiety and commstion ainon.g tho p<jliticiaus, big and llttlo, of this City. The rallyiug buglo has boeu sounded iu every dirocth>n,and adiu otiu1 confusion have existed almost oqual to that of the marchiufc' of mighty armies to the deadly conflict on tho Hold of Ttle ory for the Union is the only ono now raised by |>oHiicians. Those who, but a tew mouths ago, were loud In thoir demands for police art] now iuu^uk tu kunr ucuiouub fbr * rigorous prosecution wf the war. Others, who still eutertaln the sumo semi-secession ami so called peaco sentiments, remain silent?their voices ttru silenced by tho popular enthusiasm in favor of putting dowu the rebolltou. The republicans havo hold their primary elections, and elected delegate* to tlio County, Judicial, Senatorial and Assembly Nominating Oonveutiuus. These conventions aro all to moot during the coming week, and will have a Dice little squubble over the question of Custom House and anti-Custom House. There has been but little attention paid to their movements during the past week; but the -episode in the Twenty-third street meeting tn Friday ?vanlng has now turned public attention to tho rogular organization, under the impression that is fast taking bold of the public mind that the Union business would oon blow over, and as a matter of course the republicans now come in for thoir share of attention. Their County Convention meets on Monday night, and tho republican loaders aro now arguiug that it Is their duty to make straight out nominations aud keep up their party organization. They argue that in a city from which bo tnauy democrats bare gone to tho war, in which they have the Custom House, Police and Comptroller's patronage, with tho democracy divided, they should keep up their organizations?otherwise Mozart, with its lire und energy, and anti-Regoncy, anti-Tamnviny and Anti-abolition rallying cry, will sweep tho fleld and actually turn out as the genuine war party. Unuor this programme they are at work, and the first umvontion meets on tonight, with the anti-Custom House ,iarty claiming a nut. Jority in tho Couveutiou. The candidates that will bo brought before tho Convention aro:?For Shorlff, Win. R. Stewart, Owen W. llrennan, D. D. Onnover, f John V. Gridley sml Josiah W. Brown?the last two aro on tho Custom House list, and the others on the antiCustom House slate; for County Clerk there is J. S. Kir by, Geo. Pilkes, Jo. Hoxie, Kdgar Kctchum and I). D.Conover; for District Attnrm>v n?irl?? T SnAn?A? o?.i a ruu*.. J , .. ?? Hall; for Supervisor, Orison Blunt and tiuy K. Pulton; (or Corouors, 1 ?r. Kaiusay aud ono-third of tho republican k doctors of the city. It now looks iu though the r.nti" " Custom Houiu slate would turn up just before the Convention organizes with the following ticket :? Sheriff, W. R. Stewart ; Ceuuty Clerk, ^dgar Kctchum or Kirby; District Attornc^k. Uakoy Hall; Supervisor, 0. Blunt. On Tuesday evening the Judicial Convention will m<?.t, nil the anti-Custom House party have marked u|>ou their slates the names of those Judges whoso torms of office expire this fall?republicans and democrats all together; while the Custom House party intend to urgo Dow men for these offices, and now talk of Tallmadge for th? Marine Court, to get hira out of the way of Hruco. The Assembly and Senatorial Conventions also meet this week, and the candidates are quite busy in mauy of tlio districts. Nominations w ill not he mado at present, hut a postiioneuwut will be secured in many districts until fur'ther dcvolopements, to take advantage of the weakness of thoir opponents. Among the persons likely to bo placed in nomination we have the names of Kaymoad of the Tiuwj, and Greedy. There is also a rumor that after the republicans have mado their nominations tin y will hold themselves open for a bargain with either Tammany or Mozart, and will form a union with that party that will'givo them tho best terms. But of this we shall have occasion to speak hereafter. Tammany Hall is apparently at a stand still?struck dumb at tho movements going on in every direction by Uio managers of the Union mochiue But this appareut slloncc is only on the surface; they are caucusing and hold. Ing private confabs, sido door meetings without number, determined if possible to have their cundidates turn up on most of the Union ticket, and then they magratii. mously endorse them. It is Interesting to watch the ' movements of the two Tammany cliques in their efforts to * outwit ?ach other. No decided action hue yet been taken by tho Genoral Committee of Tammany Hall on the State ticket, although the mattor has been referred to a sub-committee to report a plan of Itctlon. It is, however, understood that the committee rill adopt a strong war platform, to bo called the Tarn" iany Hall platform, and will then scud a series of ques_ 'tons to the soveral candidates nominated, and will sup. . frt none but those who placo themselves fairly and ^ually on their platform, or answer in accordance to the I Qcd of Tammany?tho replies of all tho candidates to bo Ik -jfjlished. The anti-Ring portlui >.f Tammany have held V (Hers and numerous secret caucusos over a slate, and fcdauie Rumor bait tlxed for thoni a Dlco little arranpeI ajit, although the leaders of that Taction deny that [ tfcy have made up a slate, and that their prolamine is otinritiou to the elate of the King. The slate that it ,s r ..ga,ral!y supposed tho uiilt-lUug party lias maduout is aSbllows:? Slmr Jttdgo Michaol Connolly. Couty Clerk Kl ijah Purdy. Dislict Attorney Neison J. Waterbury. Suj*me Court Thos. W. Clorke. Supiior Court { j" m.' Harbour. Corroon Pleas John R. Brady. Marie Court E. Z. liearne. Wile it is apparently their object to light the state of the ing, and no slate of their own, yet it Is unB1 doubtdly their Intention to puch the above lint. Two B or tlk_-e names may M (banged, bat BMMt Of them will stand The Ring faction have only mtulo up a slate for threiioll]o?. These are:?William Tweed for Sheriff, HearjUeuet, County Clerk, and I'oylo for I'tttrict AtA ' tome, though it is said the latter h;;s beenscratched. A but uifar as we can learn no new man Ii.ib been us yot B Mbattatq!?probably waiting lor a bargain. TlieconW test MM these factions has be en a spirited one during r the pat week?not, however, in any regular warfare, but by tbaicgtiiig of sentinels and scouts to watch the movements f each other, and the numerous devices adoptod (to promt tho spies obtaining any reliable information. The Kit) believe that tliey have frightened Clancy from the ilel< and forced him to show the white feather, whilo , he on IK ether hand declares it a weak invention of tho enemy. The recent appointment of Street Commissioner Is unqultionably working a change in Tammany in favor of the Kg party. Uut in the meantime, ia Clancy or Turdy t^ Elate candidat e of the old guard of Tammany? Mozartippenrs to be ketping lb quiet as possible. Us manage^ say nothing, but luop up a devil of a thinking, and are )obably waiting to sec what will be the long and short ef'be numerous Union movements that are just cow in ill blast. Another week, however, will tlnd Mozart irihe field, going through her monthly trials iu prej arati, lor the great event to come. The old institutional Union party, alias Itell-Everetters, alias Amt^can, Is entirely abtorbod In the Untou move Inient, aut Is to bo found mixed up with the Twentythird str'<l and the Cooper Institute parties. With till notice of the old ntgulr.r parties, with the auti-Custo* House lucl ion of the republicans In a fair way of dolf gome mischief to themselves or somebody ehjo, wo ltk-0 them for to-day, and roturn to a more mlnuto dtli of tho five Union and reform movements now Id full operation?tli.u informing the managers of the regular Inachlnoe that the people have a decided im. pression tliafcl] the political parties arc complete wrecks, and that no jirty obligation will control their votes, but, ou the othelband, they are quietly waiting for all tho nominations,,;<t:d then they will select the boat candidates in nomlution for the suvei a I office*, without regard to the party 0 faction nominating them. Wo would, therefore advice al parties, committees and individuals who k Intend to rcmnate a ticket that the only possible way for them to win t to select the very best men to bo found in the city for tie several cUlcts to be lillod. lnnoother ' way can one o! them receive tho popular support. A reA gurrec.tion of rid porty scheme s and jobbers will not go ? dowt. Whilo the people aro for Union and reform, they ' are ui?o opposed to broken winded, sravlncd and ringk booed politicians. Will the nominating conventions and commt tees, take notice ? I Butr.ow for the five Union and reform parties, about | | which there is so much turmoil and confusion. The first of I the.v criminate from the delegates to tho 1'eople'p Convene I I tion ttSyraciise. On their return from that CbBNBUol I \ thoy OMftd instructions, and called a ratillcition meeting I ' the r,,oper fnstituto. It wn* arranged In '.orehand that. I 4 kr:*.'-ers or that meeting should he c -I bv ' Wol tho mootirg a Union OTgttMtlM lu ie.;,.iualo ? m oounly ticket. Accordingly, a list of vice prosMeuts ma<lo out, dividing thorn fairly between the Mozart and Tammany dem >crucy, the republicans and Boll Evorott or American party. The liFt wan placed Id the handa of a repibl.cau to g*l printed, i bo a? to bo convenient for reading to tlio atmeinbly. Whuii the list appeared it wan found that the republican who > hud cliurgo of getting It printed, or gome ouo else with Ins consent, had erasod a lurge number of tho democtatio names and substituted republicans lu their stiad, u> that extent that It gave to the republican!! the control of tho matter should tho vivo presidents be constituted a permanent organization. Subsequently, when tho time came to carry out tho original programme to constitute tho ollicers of tho meeting a County Convention, a portion of tho delegates to tho 8y. racuse Convention found that they had been cheated by the change of names, and determined to ileal tho maich. Accordingly a resolution wua drawn up authorising tho delegates to the People's Convention to take such steps us were necessary for tho nomination of a county Union ticket. Dr. Bradford handed this resolution to the Chairman, who It seems had been posted in regard to tho other movement, and requested him to put It to tho assembly; but the Chairman refused, whereU|K>n Or. Bradford announced it and called for a vote, which was had, and it was declared carried. Immediately sorno person In tho buck part of tho hall repudiated the power of Dr. Bradford to put any question to tho assembly, aiul moved to lay It ou the table, which motion was declared carried, when Senator Manlerre introduced a resolution constituting the otllcerB of tho meeting a Union organization, which was put by tho Chair anil also declared carried; and from llioso two resolutions we have two Union parties organized and at work. The delegates to tho Convention at Syracuse, holding that their resolution was fairly adopted and could not bo laid on the table without a reconsideration, at once set about thoir work of organization. To distinguish this from the other we shall call it Cooper Institute and Union party No. 1. They met ut tho Howard Hotel on last Monday afternoon, and, uft#r taikmg over tho pros and cons of their regularity for some three hours, appointed a comtuittoe of si* from each ward, or 0110 hundred and thirty-two in all, to nomiuato county officers * for tho November election. That committee was composed of two democrats, two republicans and two from tho Boll and Evorett party from caeU ward, ami ban ujhju It many g< o<l n.ini>s, all of whom ft to kuowu Id bouio capacity to tho public. They have hold two meetings at tlic Cooper Institute to talk over their programme?tho first evening a.Journlrg, and n |>ortion of their number participating in iho mooting of the officers of t!ie ratification meeting. Their last gathering was oil Friday evening, when they took a recess to hear tho ro,<ort of Mr. Marshall in the Twenty third street Union gathering, and, as soon us that was announced, reassembled ai d remained until the small hours of tho ni^'lit discussing the course for tli'-m to pursue? sitting with closed doors, whLh gavo origin to the report that they were the dark lantern party. The closed doors were for tho purjioso of j>rov eating tho Twenty third street juu-tios coming in and breaking up tho meeting, < and for no other purpose. They are to meet again i this evening, and will go on and make their nominations without regird to any other Union movements, dividing thotr candidates as fairly as possible between the i old parties. They will, however, confine tlioirnominations to the county ami judicial tickets, leaving tho Assembly I and Senatorial to h i made by local conventions. Jam?1 Lynch will doubtK.-s bo their r.ominoo for Sheriff; tho i District Attorney and one of tho Judges will be given to I tho republicans. Ilieir idea seems to be to nominate a ticket that will bring Mozart, tho republicans and the Bell and Everett parly to its support. With this state- i m mt we will leave thom aud piss on to the Union party 1 No. 2, which has ha 1 tho greatest share of public atten- l tion during tho jkisI weak, kuowu as the Twenty-third i street mooting. Tho latter party is composed of the officers of tho late i ratification mooting at tho U>h>ih!i- Institute. They assembled for the first timo on Twos lay evening last, in tho i Medical College, corner of Twenty-third stroet and Fourth i avonuo. On that overling they adoptod a resolution, of- i fered by lsiuio J. Oliver, the printer, appointing a committee of llvo to report a programme. Tho committee I retired and drew up a report, which was adoptod, a", < tliorizing Charles H. Marshall, tho Chairman i of tho Convention, to appoint a commit- ' too of three from e-ich ward to bo constituted 1 the nominating committ'.e to place candidates iu the field. Tho committee of live consisted of Oliver, Ma- i niere, 1'. M. Wetmore, E. J. Brown cud J. S. Llbby. Soon after tho adjournment thoro was noisy gloriflc ation at ] different saloons and hotels; one party rejoicing that the result had secured the nomination of Opdvke for Mayor, i and another that it was a Tammany triumph. I Mr. Marshall, having boon constituted the autocrat of < the concern to name the mou who were to nominate the I ticket?virtually the nominating power?wui forthwith I beset on all sides by tho friends of tho different caadi- < dates urging the placing of this ami thai man on tho com- ! luittco, until he dually put his foot dowu and turnad a i deaf oar to them all, and timdo up his committee. The Convention was to again assemble on Friday evening. In ] the meantlmo tbero was a great deal of manuiuvring on i ali sides, and a dosperato ellort to chai.go the list. On Friday morning he had on his list, ior the Hu itcooth i ward, Hamilton Fish, Hoyal Pheli? and William V. Brady; but some power greater tliun tho throne itself scratched off Phelps and Brady, and substituted F. F. Marburv and Charles McNeil. A like ciia::ge was made in several other wards, said to have been brought about by A. .1. Williamson and William A. llutler at the lust hour, who are really the nominating party, and it is unv tlie impression that It is a Custom House arrangement deslgnod to make Opdyke Mayor; at least tho friends of the latter gentlemen openly boast that his nomination is secured boyond a doubt. He may possibly have a majority of the com mlttoo, but thero Is not tho least doubt but that some of thi.se ou the committee are very st rongly opposed to him. Iho Oonvontion assembled again on Friday evening; the Chairman announced tho coinmiltoc, when the dance commenced. A motion was made to givo them power to mako Senatorial and Assembly nominations. A bedlamlike confusion l'ollowod. Several motions were put, but fow knew what, uutil all at once the assembly was declared adjourned. And then it was roiwrtod that they had rooolved power to nominate for all tho olllces to be filled at the coming election. This conclusion was not satisfactory to all, and aaothor meeting was organized ou tho sjiot by tho election oi Hon. F. A. COnkling, Chairman, and S. B. Butcher, Secretary, both republican. Tho gas was then turned off by the successful party, leaving them la the dark. Light was finally obtained, and cfter a little controversy they concluded that it was best to adjourn and sleep over It, a:, i meet at tho call of the Chair, when all htinds dispersed. Tho diiliculty was not on account of the complexion oi the committee, but arofe from tho effort to make Senatorial and Assembly nominations. On all other points there was no want of harmony. Tho committee, however, intend to immediately make their nominations, and wc shall probably, during the present week, have their full list. Tho loaders were on Saturday busy making up tho slate. Engaged at this labor, we will leave them for the present, and pass on to the Union party So. 3, known as tho Fifth avenuo reform party. The latter organization has hold several mattings at the Fifth Avenue Hotel, is composed of some of the first men of the clty,aud is considered by many the most important organization ou tho Union platform. At any rate, it has many 01 *?? '"'llu ?>?" umuug iih uurnner?those who have a great d< al at stake iu way of taxes. They have appointed a strong commltteo, consisting of one from oach ward, to make nominal long. It is said, however, that it is under the control of former managers of Tammany lla.il. Not having seen tho ligt of names ou the oommittee, w.> aro unahlo to si ''ak positively in that respect. Ono thing is cortain: the Tammany yolltlclans all declare it the moot influential Union movement now In the fluid. It is reported that they will place their ticket before tho public on the second Tuesd-iy or Octobcr, when we shall bo able to Judge of their proclivities. Union movement No. 4 is the St. Nicholas Hotel gathering who aL-'o have had several meetings and aro about ready to nominate their ticket. It is understood that they will act in unison with tho Fifth avenue party, and present about the samo ticket. Doth of those jiartiea are moving along with but little noiso,and attracting no particular attention. We are in hopes of being able In a few days to furnish tho public with the power behind the throne that is controlling these movements. The developem^nts of tho two parties thus far look decidedly as though tliey would result In hrlnging A. V. Stout forward for Mayor. Such are tin fljn? of tho tlraee at present. Tho Union movement No. 5, and tho last discovered, Is the taxpayer's party, who have been meeting in secret, and have adopted the following platform:? 1. A sufficient tax to defray the necessary expenses of the city government; but not one more dollar for any other purpr.se. 2. A prudont and economical administration of all dcparimvuts of the city government. w YORK HEKALD, MO 3. Mou of ability, integrity experionco lu ovc: offlco. 4. Tho abrogation of all political dis'Hnetton. 6. A vigorous proeocutioli of tho war t"? tho prosorv lion of the Unli'u. They hold forth at the Law Library, in tho CM verm Bulldingi, on Washington square?John Living ton, Chairman, and JJ. H. Williams ftud Profow WoJgewood, Secretaries. Thoy .'not on Friday ovenlu when, owing to tho Inclement v of tho weather" < some other causa, there wus out/ a slim attondunc Alter a short discussion a commit tee of live was a pointed to consult with other Union i* ganlzations, repo plans for a permanent organization; i nd suggest nam for candidates,' to be acted u|ioii by the oi 'tiro Couventio the committee to ro{>orl to an adjourned n, "cling on Tut1 day evenlug next. Tho following comix cot mlltec James W. Deekman. Paniel Shepherd.. Nathan ('. fly. H. H. Williams. John Livingston Ou the list of delegates to this organization are mm. the very best moii of the city; but wo arc informed ti ' but a few of them were in attendance at this last meeting There is one noticeablo feature, that a large class of th same names appear in the lust throe organizations, an if tht'V litlillld ail t.h?rn Ann V... .... ik.i th other parties miml of necessity coino to the aumo reaull but wo limine tlmt many of them are put on to dra' strength, wlion, in reality, they will never attend any < the mooting*. In tlio last named organization wo notic the names of several who are at present abroad. Tho general reader can readily boo that thero is com lll'e in the political world, uiid that the rival armies', ai preparing to take the tteld; nor aro tho candidates idli Thuy aro far more numerous than on former occjisiow curh considering that If he got the nomination froi twenty-live men assembled he has just as much right I be considered regular aa though ho had been nominate by Mozart, Tammany or the republicans. Tho scrainb for olllee is really interesting, and already numoroi wheels within wheels havo made their api>earauco iu n gard to movements for special legislation tho comir winter at Albany, of which wo shall speak hereafter. Dean Richmond and Williams, of Hulfalo, visited tl city during tho past week, and appealed to tho Tamilian politicians to stand llrm and they would yet come out a l ight. Richmond had a good sterj to tell of the gtreugt of their ticket in the rural districts. In the meauiirr tho lc ulers of tho late pcaco party aio pregiaring an in dress t" Issuo to their followers, giving their reasons wli they cannot consistently support tho Regency State tic) et, advising them not to vote [or either of the ftato tie! ets now in nomination, and to tako no part In tho comiti election except for local candidates. Thus the ball rol on, the changing scoue becoming daily more and mole li torestmg, with every indication of u spicy contest? ground and lofty tuniblo?.as far as the city of New Yor is concerned. Theatrical unci MiiNical. It Is gratifying to us to be able to record a cmnnlote r< vival in theatrical business, as evidenced by tho h< us< of the past week. There can bo no more unerring ind cation of tho restoration of commercial continence Hj>d ( renewed activity lu all branches of trade. The ovorllow lug audiences that nightly crowd the different places < imtisemont show the hopeful condition of the puliii mind, and its firm fuith iu the |Hilit ioal future of thocour try. Were tho impulse now fell in all the departments < industry merely a spasmodic effort dependent on tli change of seasoiis, we should witness no such rovolutlo In theatr'cal matters an has just taken place. Th >r would still lie tLo fear of a reaction more depressiiif which would extinguish all taste for amusement, aa Kive to the indulgence in it at such a period the characU af ill timed levity. The fact that this fooling occurs t no one, and that all seem at liberty to enjoy tliemso'.vei shows that tho worst of tho crisis is past, an that there is no probability of our again wilnossin such a cotnpleto prostration of tl-.e business Interests < the community as wo havo suffered from duriu? the Ia? sis months. This revived confidence is half the butl'.i :ind it will carry us bopefullv through tho remainder < Llie trial* entailed upon us by ilio wur. This week lias als.i, In a theatrical sonso, bvn nnrkm try two imp'Ttaut event??the production of the inn ipeetncular b :r!esqie'-The Seven Sons," at I .an: a Keene'i mil tlif o;?nsiii?ii of Waliack's new theatro, with Tor raylor'* last oontody, "The Duke in JHtllcultles," r< nptiaed hore?lor what motive is not vory appaii'iiU'Tlie New President." Both piec Iavi> beeu doci le irccowos, particularly the comedy, which Is wrltto ivith cari',an<l Is one of Mr. Taylor's happiest elliirU fV'tW' en tho attraction of the piece and of the hoi.s whir.h has some new ofl'ects in the way of decoration ir.il is besides admirable In lis other arrangements, ther ins been great difficulty in securing seats during th iveek. A noticeable I eat i ire in the appearance of tin- ue> Muse is tho fashiuuablo character of tl.o audiences a! ,rat:t?d to It. It promises to be supported by th 'sain sUtwi* of hahiiuet that freipient the Opera, will m at th iainc tune it will not lose any of Us old patrons. S inch for a lucky choico of situation. Hermann continues to throi.g nightly th- Academy Music, on Friday ho changed his proi'tammo, aud, i iMition to a number of now tricks, Introduced Ins \vif< whoso feats in the way of double .si^ht. created almost n mjcli wonder ami amusement as his own sleight of han ii'rlormanees. Madame Herrmann is an interesting loot iug little lady, and is equally free ln>m the charlatan istut manner common to persons engaged in such exhiliitloii is her husband. The jjreal attraction of their Jierformanot lies tn the ease, precision and gracefulness with whic they are accomplished. Tho matiuoeon Saturday,thong not as crowded as the evening exhibitions, was yet very profitable affair. Tho attendance would be .itlll be t> r if a later hour than half-past twelve were (lxu ! upoi j nis cia' uos wun mo uinner nour or me Juveniles, l"< whoso benefit these morning porforii?uLict*a are cspoo ally given. oil Thursday tin? groat magician gives an evening pel formunce at tho Acadciny of Music, Brooklyn. 11<; wi he ussisted by tho orchestra of tho Fourteenth stre< liouso. This week will bo tho closing cn? of Mrs. Wood's ot gag>m lit at the Winter Garden; so that tin ne who dosii to 8>i0 this charming and spirited actress should nut lot the opportunity of her few remaining nights. To-nigl ho appears in two charade-is?as Anno Bracogirdl<> i The Actress by Daylight," in which sho apj>ears hei for tho first time, and which was expressly written fi her,and o.-?Cinderella, which will be pruned and refrcshc with now songs. To crown hor closing week sho has ti g:iged two celcbrat d Spanish d#uc';is, 1,'onna Isabel: t'ubas and Don Juan Xitncues, from tho royal theatres i Madrid and ft. Petersburg, who wl I appear in several ( their national dances. Rt]>ort speaks highly of tl. beauty and merits of Donna Isabella as a dansousi Tho indefatigable conductor, Mr. Koppitz, has con posod another new overture, and will u!f perform by dwlro the celebrated "Niglitinga Polka." At the close of Mrs. Wood's engagement, u understand,a new comedy will be produced, entitle "Tho Cup and the Lip," written by Miss Grace Walco d uightor of tho celebrated comedian, Charles Walcot. i which Mr. Walcot himself will appear, and Mr. Walco Jr., brother of tho fair authoress, will niako his first u| poaranee in New York. As we intimated lapt week, all the arrangements hav been concluded for a short season ef opora at tho Acadt my. We understand that the engagi mcnts are siguu and that there is no further ri>k of disipiointment in ri gard to It. The 17th of October lias been fixed upon f< tho opening night, when the "Hallo in Maschera," whi> was so prematurely withdrawn lost w inter, will bo n produced, with Miss Kellogg, Miss Ilink'ey, Madame ^tri kosch, and Signors Brignoll, Manosi (the new b.irit<>!>< Debreuil unit Karlli In the cut. In the course or the sei gOD, which will only last till the Oth of November, Douizc ti's comic opera, "lVtlywhich has never Ken porforu ed here, will be given. Miss Hinkley, Brignoll anil Si sini aro to sustain the principle rohr. It is also propose to Rive "Lea Nocea de Jeiuinetui" in Krench, the chief pari to bo sting hy Miss Kellogg and Slguor Dtibreuil. l'h de|Mirturo from the Italian rrjrrtoire is an experiment c t':o probable success of which wo cannot undertake I pronounce. Much, of course, will depend on the mannt and the conditions under which the piece is brought ou Maretzek will return from Mexico with his troii|m earl iu December. Or the aingera with -him b'Angrl, an Hlacci, the new basso, will probably bo engnged by Ul man, who commences a aocond season of opera In Jan ary. with Medori, and perhaps Madame Clmrton. kar in October the Napoleon of the Oi>era proposes to ink two benefits, the object being to raise funds to carry hi through the season without ebllglDg him to have rooouri to the aid of his friends. This is a legitimate way of |>r vidiug against tho risky character of the tinm-H, and is to be h'iped tho stockholders of the Academy, wl havo the largest Interest iu tho venture, will act liberal and fairly on the o< caaion. The operntic concert tour of the Mmlo troupe will opi at Albany to-morrow (Tuesday). T'ta programme Ox u4'ou for tho occasion w *a attractive 01 NDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 18 ry Thi' <tm part will consist of aoloe, by Mi-? lllnkley, tlrlg noil, Bub In I iind Horr MoUenhaucr (violoncello). The no court part eml>rn<v>e the ontlro second art of-'Luorozu a- Borgia," unil lliu third the last act ot>,(Lucl?." it is In tenrtel to give poi formauces succeigivt'ly at Troy, liuf ty 1'alo, Toronto, Montr cut unci Quebec, after which the ;s- troupe returns to fulfll its engagement with Ullnian. i>r On ^tfunlay tho opening representation or a cyclus o( g, Uerm'nH operas Arew a lull house at the Stailt theatre,and of met wit & monv success than tho opcuiugof Ihnseaaou u< e, week u^o by tlu> dramatic corps, ouo of borstal's lies !>. German operas, "Caair and Ziimnermunu," had boon so ri lectod fer the ocoa?wxi, witliMulame vou Borkel iu the ,H cast as Mario; und us far as this singer is concerned the tl) performance was complete iu every resi>oot?a success ,a. which her lutrcpldity iu acting and the clearness and u precision of her singing could uot lad to Insure. Tho other principal rvlu were personated by Horr lxihmaiin, as Toter the First, by IK'rr Qutot' as Peter Twauow, who if confounded with tho young Czar, and by Horr Graff In the role of tho Burgomaster of Soardatn, wlio uudoubtodly gave n 0f very comic picture of the old Dutch burgomaster, If not at with loo much brogiio and exaltation. Horr Ilurtniniiu personated the Marquis of Chateauneuf in a very efficient maimer. Tlio rest of the roht wore conferred u[>ou Horr j Fortnor, llerr IHoiii, Fran Mertzke, Herr Hoerning, Horr 0 K'fgtou and others. The whole was performed in a very t; cKver mauuar. The action on which the plot of this v piece Is b used is laid at Saordiun, in 16U5, to depict some ,f of tho rcoum and intrigue# in the adventures of thoyouug ,t, C?r. It is one of those pieces which, through the frequency with which they have been presented, oro nearly e worn out,and some freahor picoes are doubtleps roipiired ,0 to sua the taste of the public. It is waul will probubly 3i bo supplied by the rtpttUtirt that hag been detennined , u|Kin Tlio rtpertoirr. includes, umoug other pieces,the n "Frelschuti," "Fra Diavalo," ''/jimpa" and "I'ostillion # Von Lanjemeau*;" and It Is said that some of Oflfon ,1 bach's comic o|>oreltas will l>o given. Operatic per Iu formanccs will bo had at tho Stadt theatre, for the prew sent, at least one,o a week, alternately with tho druma. 3. The eDtertainmcut for to night (Monday) is to cousisl ol g u representation of tho German version of ShakS|Hjre'a "ltamlot;" Horr Knurr In the cast as Hamlot. le 3^ directors of tho Brooklyn Philharmonic Society y 1 uvo appointed Curl llorgmauu conductor of their codII corte for the ensuing season, In the place of Kisfold, who h is roported by th'j German pajiers to havo accepted tho

10 plnce of leader at the Frankfort theatre. There is no 1. more able or popular conductor than Mr. Horgmnuu, and y we congratulate the society on their new choice. ; The annual festival or iho Roman Catholic Orphan [. Asylum will take place at tho Academy or Music on ^ Thursday next. There will bo two performances, day anil [m uvi ning, ll?' admissiou to which will be llt'ty cents each. I- Miss Hinckley", in conjunction with Mills, thu pianist, a hun beencoucertlziug at Hartford. k . Mr. Adam Touhuy's concert at Dodworth's on Tuesday last wan very fairly attuuded. Mr. Touhay is a pianist of vory promising talent, and is an acquisition to our stock of lnstrumentallstx. At the Now Howery th.utro thoro Is an onttre change K of jwrformanccs this wook. To-ulglit w ill Im> given tho I historical drama,"Kva, tho Irish Princess," followed by a musical farco and "lilac:k Kyed Susan." At lUrnum's there is also a change In the tillis. This II evening and to morrow Plane he's lively comedietta, 0 "Faint Heart Nover Won Fair Lady," and the "Haunted Chamber," are the chief features in tho theatrical |<ir11 U> n of the programme. Dickens' last novo!, "Great Expectations," has been dramatized, aud will shortly be " produced hero. " The coucrrt halls, llko the theatres, are an doing a good " business. Their bills olfur no variety in addition to the attractions of last week. r Tito Panorama of the War, exhibiting at. TIopo Chapel, " is worthy oi a visit. It presents a gr.iphic nu<l exciting i, realization lijHMi canvats of the leading events and inci(, dents of loo campaign. Miles. Augusta and Maria, thn dansousoR, now perform * Ing at Laura Keelie's theatre, are amongst the great at >f tr i llions ol tlio new piece. The /mi* de deux of tho coral it nyuii lis, a* danced by tl.dm, isonoofthe prettiest epl? sotlfs introduced in it. Mr. Charles W1 ittioy, who his been rusticating near Kiii;;Ii int<-II i'.ir some true past, will slintly r-suuio bin i> 'pular ontortalmuoulB, ontltlud ''livuulngs with the ri Orators and Poets." * gcruion of Hvv. Dr> Chetwr on God'a Ap'' ptiiult'd Ilctbud or Crushing the lUhel* u lion. The Church of tho Puritans, He v. Dr. Cliecver, was crowded to a perleet jam last evening to heir tliut geu. " tleuum deliver his second discourse from tho t"\t?68th 11 chapter Isaiah, ttth vorst?"la not tin* tho fast tliat I ' have oh' imi, to loose tho bands of wiclccdiieps, to undo ' the heavy burdone, and to let I ho oppressed go l'roo.aud '' that ye break every yoke." lu repuuiiug the work of preaching ho (Dr. Chrnver) ' would itute that it was at the command of Clod, through * his rerealed word, that wo uiidertm k to put down tho rebellion. It wan not out of tho prompting* of human na? turc, for, If that wore supremo, than with us sublimity ' and slavery would bo supreme. Tho voice of human na' ture, a.< uttered In Atnoriia, ag uttered by nu n wlioin our representative system had put In power, and whom tho * people wore ready to obey, being that slavery wius snored " from all attack, go tarred that a rebellion against > the goveruiuont and the very life of our country must nut ? bo put di wa If sUvory was not put down also; so sacred that rather than sweep away slavery, ihe robelllon '! iu:ell might U> spared. li human nature, in the religion of nature, were our refuge or our f hope it was all over with us. Ilut wo throw ourselves on <;olruud sj.eak from Him .and by this authority out of 19 llis word, win u wo deinund in J lis name iliut our govern s lie lit prove themselves tho ministers of God aud i.olevil i, to the country, and that they hear the g'.vord against evil doers, rebel.- and traitors, aud not against the poor vie" tims of the tyrruny of these traitors. Wo spoax from a (iod and ills word when wo domand that our government, t by til'1 power commit t*l to them by Hod for good lor the terror of evil doers, break tho arm of the oppressor and ' l ight arm of the relielltoti and let the oppressed go l'reo. ir W" speak from God and at his command when we call j. upon our government to keep tho fast which they themselves liave appointed In profound recognition of the authoritv of llooaud 111# word for tho whole nation. When r- wo call upon them to keep th?* last themselves, III tho il very way that God juts enjoined, by putting down this hide >as an I I'loodtliirsty rebellion, by destroying this central power aud wickedness, lot them advance toils eel, stial theme, lint put down this Moloch of ). slavery, from his throne, open the prison doors of Ui millions stiil fattened for his sacrlllco; let them :<> that, and 0 tlie priests of Uiig heUUh confo lorucy would lly howling >0 frcm its alia;s, and tile armies of tho confederacy bo <iis,t banded in torror, and tho free people will take tho pro pneis oi tins iwai u.'i'i ioi none t>i tiiem ose.ipe. Tim people arc longing for tlio government to ghko a signal lor Hi is ritflit.oug oxurrise of |M?er. Doubtless, tho great work before us. for God, for ourselves. for humaniiy, for mankind, whs Hie putting down ol this rebellion, and our whole energies, at (foil n command, are to l>?i < mcntrateil in this ono work. The ono grand question of duty a was Ui'Rl how run this work be done most directly, most suce^sif il y and most effectively, at tho least expense of blood and troositro, and ill the best way for the honor of (iod, tho <-n?!? of justice and humanity, for our own good and benefit to man. If there were ono plain nie.isure, ono energetic movement, that could accomplish this and Favo us t! < anguish,(he in. sory, the horror of more bl>?o ly battled; if thoro was i ne blow mightily struck, it would save our citi/.i s, our households fruui mourning anil desolation; would secure the honor of our country, the l'avi r of <>.id and tho Interests of hnnrmity; a blow that would ciitiwnnler tk" a teries i f this rebellii n and strike i> dead, llien, if wo refuse to strike that biow, and prefer to have our own soldiers saonlleed rather than release victims and destroy the mu o.hs of the r. ix?is, we are tho traitors, and the guilt of tho rebel I ion is on our souls, and God will deal with i;s accordingly. Wo were just as much bound to take away slaves from those rebels as to take awav their forts, or any other property. The rovoretid gentleman then w> nt on, at groat lentrih, to dilute u|vm the horrors of slavery in his usual strum, the true policy that should bo pursued by the government in the present crisis, Ac. In the course of his remarks he declared that if John Brown had tbe manng'-meut of this war, he would hnvo put down the rebellion as quick us lie took Harper's Ferry, and would be backed by ono hundred thousand free negroes. If ho (Brown) had had 5,lrf)0 men at iho ?ate llattcrua expedition, he would have swept the wlioio ^ tat" of North Careliua of all its secession in a j. i.-w !? )>. mil, nriwi..h miurai.tuoinn IIU gentleman concluded, having boon applauded one.' during ' iiiti delivery, which ho promptly and effectually rebuked, i t. Dedication ?f Sr. ilieiiAias Romax Catholic Chuicii.i* i- Thirty-kkoondStkkkt.?The now Catholic, church, uow in I- progress of erection, situated in Went Thirty-nocond d street, near Ninth avenue, and named In honor of S.uht Ls Mlclsael, waa dedicated yesterday?heinp the Feast of the is ' dedication of the Archaiigel--by the most Reverend Archn bishop Hughes. The sacrod cdlllce, which is only i>arlo tlallv built up, extends from Thirty s' cond street back to Tnlrtyllrst ftrwt, fronting on the former, and having T a very splendid schoolhouao in tiie biuement. When t- completed, St. Michael's church will lie <>ne of the mo.-1 ly commodious and elegant placet* of Catholic worship in . the oily. Tno otiiy jiortion of the structure Unished at present Is tlio chapel, which Is to he attached II- to the church, and in which ma^s li? been u- offered up every Sunday for some time buck. , , The dedicatory service* vesti'rday were commenced about ^ eleven o'clock In tho morning, Archbishop Ilugln s i.filp elating. Father JoslIn thi n olfereil up Hi(<h Va?.?, iusistm ed by the Rjv. Arthur Donnolly, the pastor, Father Texnrara, nud other clergymen. The Archbishop I'.dn rod a most eloquent discourse on the subject of the importance and grandeur of the work in which the c >n? :<cg an n wan it engaged,that of erecting a Chiiatiun church, which, no 10 matter how lonely, exceeded all the glory au.l p"in]i of the Temple of Solomon, Inasmuch as me Utter, even In ly I Its "H<?ly of !lo!ie;?."' contained ouly the symbols and types of the law, the. head, sml tlmi <*))i.?i)Opal and pas ? I tornl authority and discipline which <vere (. r'octed , pro1 vi'led i.nd ci inmls iisied hy the s:u/ince of H;? Snn,a?d od | . ,?,rpeii .'tlrii by HlsChurg'i in the -n I <a Uuiu. Iht iu. I uu(.?Uifc- *** lietvuctftg wfirt icvviront ulluutwu. ei. Tec Demand Treasury Notes. Tho queid ion of a new loan (if $.'>0,000,1(00 or $100,000,i 000 U now agitating lliiimcial clrcloji. Much doubt lias boon expressed in some quarters uh to tho propriety of the continued issue of tho small dom.uid notes. The i ground of complaint Is, that although the i-suo of these nou$ to tho amount of $60,00 ),ooo or $100,000,000 w.iuld give business an incro.is >1 Impetus, raising the price of all commodities Mid causing Increased sales oven at the advanced price, yet the sudden foliation would bo suro to bring ruin on tho country, when, at somo future lime; a collapse would take place. Tho depreciated value of paper money of tho time of the American Revolution, and tho financial panic of 1h;;7, aro cited as examples of tho trou ble attendant on tho issue of paper money. At the time of the Revolution the now born government Lined bills> nmmialnar tn nnv rnriuln r 1?J -ww. rmiin ??v ?? IUHIHJ UttUJ. 1 IIU population of tho couutry was then small, its ro sources undeveloped, its wealth undiscovered. Tho nation hail no navy and but low merchant vessel*. There wan no specie basis for the notes Issued. It win umlur such circumstances that these hills mode their appoarance, ami of course their value was nothing. Again, in 183T, the inllatiou was duo to tho issue of such quantities of paper money without an adoquato spocle basis. To this one cause may be traced all that was ills, astrous lu the examples cited. Tho Houthern States now In rebellion are In exactly such a condition, Qnanctally, as woro the colonies in the Revolution. Their credit is i gone. Tho notes they isaue are considered worthless by their own employes. Merchants and conizations issue them, without any prospect of redemption. In such a way they propose to supply the lack of specie. What will be the result of their acheine may be seen by studying the history of the examples we have referred to. The croakers may apply their arguments u> the C. kj. A., but not to tho In nod State*. Uii the other tuuid, the Northern Slates have never had so much s|iecle ns since the commencement of thtswir. The rate of exchange has been such as U> attract to this country large amount* of gold from foreign lauds. Tlio crops of Europo have been poor, those of America good. Thus wo have exjiortitl our products (having no blockade to prevent), and in return received, not merchandise, but specie. Tnis will not |ca\ o the country to any great ex tent, for the ex|<euditure* of the government arc altm st entirely to domestic mamifsotflrers and dealers. Thus, then, thore is a sound hauls Jor the pi veinmenl to operate on. The-issue of domaad notes is wafrantod; there will bo no collapse. tin an Issue of $100.000 .WW the Treasury would savo V , MOO ,000?no little sum. Tho |toople have been glad to welcome the notes, and wilt continue to be so; for by their issue, ins lead of that of notes bearing i u teres t, they save taxation. The statement that the government will not be able to redeem them when prCMVBtod is no more worthy Of notice than would bo the statement that It will not ho aldo to redeem the largo notes at the eml of three years. The country Is probably us well otT, financially, at tho present moment as it will tlieu be, and the government as well able to redeem its obligations. Wo have shown that Mr. ('huso may safely eoutinuo to plnco In circulation tlio small noti>8. l.nt liim not bo frightened from thus benelltting the people by the talk and <m<j ?lilod arguments of interested parlies. Meeting of llnilruud President*. Tilt; railroad mooting which has boon in session at tlie 8t. Nicholas for tho past two dnya, has adjourned without oflectiug a peace. Tho mooting was composed of? K. Corning, President of tho New York Central Railroad. I). Richmond, Vico President New York Central Rail roud, C. W. Chapln, President Weslern Railroad, as tho Now York Central lino. N. Marsh, President New York end Erie Railroad. John Uarstow, of llnstou and Providence Railroad, us the Now York and Krlo line. J. Kdgar Thomson, President Pennsylvania Central Railroad. H. H. Ilonstnn, General Freight Agent Pennsylvania Central Railroad, as the Pennsylvania Central lino. N. Marsh, President of the Now York and Krlo Railroad, acted as President, and H. II. Houston, of tho Pennsylvania Central Railroad, as Fooietary of tlio meeting. After fully discussing the uuporiuice of advancing westward bound rates, it was evident that tho prluetpal obstruction to a full restoration of prices was the " water rates" l'roin Boston via Long Island Sound, when the following preamble and rcsolutlr.u was olfered by tho repr< sentatlve ol the Pennsylvania railroads:? Whereas, The rates upin westward bound freights have been ruinously low for the past month, and It appear* impossible to restore prices to paying rates while a disagreement exists as to the rail and water rates from lloston by Long I-land Sound, which. U appears, cannot bo adjusted by pirtlos directly interested, It is, therefore, Resolved, That arbitrators be seine led by tho throe lines to settle pernnn ntly this subject, as to whether or not freights shall bo cirr'e I by rail and I/>ng Island Sound to New York?thence nil rail to the West, at less than all rail role* frt.m Roslon, and if at less than all rail ruies, how great the difference shall be. This resolution wis fully agreed to by tho representatives of tho New York Central and Pennsylvania Central linos; tho other parties refusing to agree to tho same, the object of tho meeting has totally failod. Church of (he Messiah. TO TIIK KIUTOII OK THK HKRAI.D. Your kindly roference to the Church of the Messiah in Friday's Hkkai.d calls for a word of explanation us to tho closing of the church on the dry of tho uulloual fast. It boec for years the custom of the two elder Unitarian congregations (Drs. Hollows'and Osgood's) to hold these especial services, such i?s thanksgivings, f?sts anil ChrlBtmaa, together, iu alternate rrder. -Accordingly this service wax lii'M in Ail Souls church,and mo coming Thanksgiving will bp held in the Church of the Messiah. To prove his respect for the President's proclamation, I)r. Osgood held an especial preliminary service llio previous Sunday evening for the blosslng of Mod on the country, and as the overflowing audience were informed of the arrangement* for Thursday no further public notico was given. Arrival* mil Dcparturca. AH1UVALH. Havana.?Rteaniald|i Marlon?-lames Kiora, Santiago Michehtna. Fraiulnoo Clmera, Mr* Kli/a K Kifn, Charles II StonH, Krancis J Waldmnver.. Francisco Aniilo, Nicholas Ulennon. Kellu Alberi.iz/.i, William Cohen. Miguel K Ki?arcH, Manurl W J)an>o?, Km i |iii Taula, John acott, Ali-Uo, Obibeau Inturjjreter; Jcwe-ph Smith and Louis 11 agar*. MAILS FOR EUROPE. Thi New York Herald?Edition for Kurepe, TlieCunard mail stoamshlp K iropa, Captain Anderson, will leave Boston on Wednesday for Liverpool. The mails for Kurope will clone in this city to morrow aftcrwxn, at a quarter-past cue and at half-past Hvo o'clock, to go by railroad. Tux Im kopkan Knnio* or thk IIkhai.ii wili be published at ten o'clock in the morning. Single copies. 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OynnnNtl?i.?Cluaws ?re How Formlnc for tin1 aeaaou nl JOHN WOOD'S Gynniuhlum, ><>a? 4 him* u East C weuty-vi^bth atreet, near Ki.Ui i\re nue. A Pur* Tubaccn.~VcM.itv Bank Tobac. ro.?GOODWIN S Purr YHlow HiinU Tol> irrn, fri <! from all tniptultl'-a, for ?!? by all tolmt ro iLju; <lr:.?lt.'i*, an! at wholesale hy H GOODWIN A BKOTHK A. 3U7 and 2 0 W .ter street, New York. Batrbclor'i tlnlr Dye?1'fhc Beat In the world?HarmlrM, reli iblo mil l;in:.mt.m<oi;s. Sold aud applied at BATCHKI/JK'S tvin Victory,!# Buud atfeot. Crl?(a?loro'a HaVr T)ye, Wigs anil ToniM-na.?'Thf? Uat In the ? jvl.l, wlinlcanln and refill, and (bf 1 Dye privately upp.led. \ . 0 Aalor liutin" i Dr>Tnmhlef,y\ I'lmidc Bnnl?lio?-.??Prlc? $1 p?r bottle. Ker.t by mall or oxprcaa to any address. Oiiico 4 Ovltroadwuy. j iMllitnry Shoulder Brnc-is and AJnlomlnnl Suiii'or'/r" -1?V mm ,r, ' ri i a ...at I M \H; '.I A, fO.'b Tru-s oili;e, No. 2 Vesoy struct, .'.s'.ur I liuUBC. 5 OIK? ,nl Drawing of Marray, Eddr A 'noky and Missouri Hute Lotteries. V kil '? '**. kxtiu class si3?september^, 18gi. < jjTk 'H- 44- 61. W, 16. ??, 1*. 72, 33. ' k'unti '?* Class 314?Beplemlwr 3H. M81. 17, 24 73 7> W. ' ?, ? *. 11, 43. Circulars sen'it "? of oliark" i,y addressing <>,thf>r it, ' nil. MI.'ItK \ Y KI)I>y*CO, Covington, Ky., or Ht. Louis, Ho. Devlin ?fc Co Having made an impot and desirable clmngo In our llrtn, w e neg to Inform our 'ends tli.it . or entire resounds art1 now employed in an exit nK*''0*>"> proM'emlon of the flty retail and ca?h wbt. ' 0 and Hoys' Clotiilnrf Warehouse. , , We outer 011 the fall and trim * law and well assorted stock in I'very tit j Wtjrllsh Ki ;uly Mailt' Clothlnr, for men and boys; tf' at varli tlc* of Clollw. Casxlmcres, Ituavers, Vosllngs, Ac.,. ''"ll r- And aIko a eomplete assortment of alltlex r'l'tioiis of Army and Navy Cloths, An.. to*ui|iply the lanes! >. ' "d"'1*Tin* rates anil term* In every departiiv 'ntofoiir l>usluij**4 shall be I" keeping with the si Irii of the IV vl*:? * LOW PROFITS, l'KOhlTN'Ktfd, ( Ahll. UKVLi N ?t CO., Corner of Broadway and Warren and til arid streets. Married. Kixn?Grkc.o.?On Thursday, September f>, by the Roy. I)r. IKiwliug, Mr. (iRobuk Kixo, uf Liverpool, knglaud, to Miss OoRtmi u Kkamk.h Grkou, of thin city. Kniuht?W atkoi'N.?Ou Tuesday, September 24, in draco church, Mmlisiiu, N. J., by tli Rev. Ssmu I Han 'all, rector, E. (i. Kniuiit to Anna I'., < uly daughter of Jolui L. Watrous, Esq., all of Auburn, N. Y. Died. TO TUB KMTOH OP THK HKlt U.D. New YOKK, BOI.1. 29, 1861. The notice In to-day's Hxkai i> of my death yesterday ia a gross imposition upon you and lay friends RICHARD WALTKKH.18 Kast Rroadway. Browxrt.l.?On Saturday morning, 8<']itemtmr 28,after u short Illness, J. Siikrran Ukownbu., ugod 66 years, 5 months anil 11 days. Tho relative* and friouds of the family, Also tho members of (iuttyfl Lodge No. 11,1. O. of 0. K.; also tho mem liersof tho Hoard of Police Magistrates, together with their clerks, are respectfully invited to attend Uie funeral, fri m his late rosidcuce. No. ltf Grove street, on Tuesday ? " * afternoon, at one o'clock, without further invitation. I 1'knnktt.?On Sunder, September 29, Dknia Bhwamw, I pon of William I'. and liuinali Kcnuett, uged 3 years,? I uiouth* und 12 days. . We will not forget thoe, 1* anie, \ We will see thwe yet ogalu; 1 When we've crossed tho deep, d:irk river? 1 Yesl oh, yes! we'll see then then. 1 The frteods and relatives of th,> I'.inilly are respectfully 1 invited to attend the fuiiorai, iVom tho residence if Inn 1 parents, No. 92 Sackett street, isouth llie Uyu, thin 1 (Monday) afternoon, at two o'claek. \ IU)M>.?In Brooklyn, on Sunday, September 29, Maby % Ax.v Bond, wife of James Bond. a*,ed .12 year l'ho friends of the lamily nru respectfully invited to attend Hi* funerel, from No. 16 luvu street, oft' Tu.sday ' afternoon, at two o'clisk, without further notl>?. Kodmai.?In Brooklyn, K. 1)., on Swduy moriung,September 29. JK^SK ItOKMAN. Notice or the funeral wiU be published in this evening anil Tuesday morning's pa|>ers. \ Biamw.?Ou Wednesday, (September ?b, in Kairtitnut, 1 Westchester county, Rau ii Ani>kkion, twin son of Samuel . V ; and I'.mellne Blood, aged 23 days. Corky.?Iti Brooklyn,on Sunday,September 29, after it abort but severe llluese, Ja.nk Cokky, ayeti 46 years. Tho friends of the family. and thoso of Iter son In I ; w, \ Thomas Waller, are resentfully Invited to attend the fu- \ n<*ralr from her late residence, 240 Court street, tin* \ u<? U, ?v w.,..,un, "MUVU> . tlOttOe. \ Newry, county flown, Ireland, paper* pleujn copy. krikikkayi). ? Oa Thursday, September 20, John FireUKKAIP, ui the 23<l year of his age. IIahM' .n.?At Ij?ko Mobegan, suddenly, on Smriuy morning, September 29, Ihmiki. Clinion, dm ghter of J'. C. and I.. a. Harmon, nged 2 yearn, 4 months and 21 days. Tim relatives and friends of tlie family are respectfully invited to attend the ftmerul on I'm'; day, October 1, at 12 o'ekek, from St. Paul's t'hajiel. Tliu remains will be lal.uu t" (iraunwood Cemetery. I.awlok.?On Sunday, September 29. Edward Uhwb, aged 20 yoars. Yhn rolativos and frioixlH of the family, also tho members of the Catharine Market Guard, are r?sp.dfully invited to utlund tho funeral,from his Lite residence, No. :i?3 I'ear I street, Now York, on Tuesday afternoon, at two o'clock. Ia'wikk?On Sunday, September 20. Hk!?ry N.. son of John B. and Ellen 1 .ussier, uged 8 mouths and 24 days. I Tho relatives am! frlonds of the faintly are respectfully tnvltod to attend the funeral, this (Monday) afternoon*, at hall-pant two o'clock, from the residence of his parents, in Broadway, noar (hooper avenue, Brooklyn. Mandkvii.ijc.?stkiubi Mamikvii.ik, aged 62years. The relatives and frieuds are roi- |i ictl'ully Invited to attend the funeral, tin* (Monday) afternoon, at two o'clock,* from No. 74 Orange stroet, Brooklyn. Chicago (wipers please copy. Moi.kk.?At Newark, n. J.,suddenly, on Friday. September 27, S. Hal.' ky Moork, only son of Sylvester II. uud il. M. Moore, in tho 20th year of his age. The rel?tlv< s and friends arc respectfully invited to attond the funeial, from No. 72 Commerce street, Newark, N. J., this (Monday) afternoon, at two o'clock. Seneca Kail- napers please copy. Myrks.?On Thursday, Sept Hilar 20, nt St. Luke's Hospital, Mr Ha Mil on Mybk*. a native of 1 nlladolphla, long a resident in Aux Cayes, Haytt. Morrison.? On Friday, September 27. in Newark, N. j., at her residence, Carounn, widow of Mr. John Morrison, of I he linn of Peddie Morrison. The relatives and frlonds of the family are invited to attend tho funeral, from Trinity ehurch, Newark, this (Monday) aftermon, at two o'clock Mi l iirk.v.?On Sunday, September 29, l-'RLix Mcuiern, a native of county Formating!), Ireland, aged 48 years. Tho relatives aim friends of th? family are rospoctfully invito ! 11 attend the funeral, from his lat? residence, 27T avenue A, on Tuesday afternoon, at two o'clock. 1'oktki:.?In Jersey City,on Sunday ,September 29, Laitha Katk Lrci_?ih, youngest daughter of tho ktla Henry F. and Agnes K. I'ortor, aged S years. Tim friends and acquaintance* of tho family arc respectfully invited to attend tlio funeral, from tho residence of tier mother, No. M York street, Jersey City. (Ji'imby.?On Monday, August 26, Zeita Mm hull Quimrv, Infant daughter of Zcbedee M. Qunnby, of K.veter, N. II., late of California. I'OKTllit.?<Jn Wednesday,September 25, at Water-bury, Conn.. .IamksSri"rntK, ton of Rev. Timothy II. and Agnea K. I'ortor, aged IS months. Hxi-u.ui.?i>n Saturday, September 28, Mart, tli*beloved wife of Thotnan Smullen, atod 36 years. Dearest mother, thou hast left us, And thy loss wu deeply feel; But 'tis (iod that hath bereft us, He c an all our sorrows heul. Tlie friends and relatives of the family aro respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, this (Monday) afternor n, at two o'clock, flora her lato residence, 317 West Thirtyninth Btrcet. near Tenth avenue. Her remains wlil bo taken to Trinity Cemotery lor Interment. Smith.?On Sunday, September 29, William JoMUti,only son of Jmnes and Rot-oy Smith, i.god T months and 9 days. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, frotu tie' residence of his parents, Yo. 151 Cherry stroet, this (M< nday) afternoon, at two o'clock. Wisneb.?On Saturday,September 28, Mrs. Fakkiki E. Wi'-wk, n-'ed 4(1 years. Wiotiir.s.?(lit Staten Inland, Sunday, 29th iust. r OiARUts Kivinctox, eldeBt hon of Chiir'?.< It. aud AuraT. Wiggins, aged 8 years, !J months and 17 days. Funeral serviced at the residence of his parents, on tleuch stre' t, Stapled, n, on Tuesday morning, a? II o'clock. Wixnikk.?On Sunday morning. September 20r Joan U. Wisni-kk aged 1 year, h months and 20 days. The frien r and and act{uai4iluncog of tie family aro re-i spectfuliy invited to attend the funeral, from th? reside use of his parents, cornor of Smith and S.vkctt slroots, Hrnoklyn, thH (Monday) afternoon, st half past oro o'clock. The remains will bo taken to the l.utaerau Cemetery. UIMAUtARBOTi \CUBD 10 THK PUBLIC ?THK BCJBdURIBBlt, HAT inn purehnwd tlio *i>t.ia*r--<toi*k. urul tlx tares of th?* Fr? n* Htre?t c;???>? Houm;, Uko* tit to opportunity ot t?-n(tpriUK lii>- kihU1 I'ii 1 acktK>wl?*dgHU)?uts u> th? public for tho ifHiirit u* rj:itronaifLi hfirotnl'orp Iu^IiiwhI. nnd \u w* to fin-rlt. In thefuturc,* rthujiitr share ?f cuntom irom a UJjophI euromunlfy. Tin dining aalo m. luneh counter. bat and cyfiter department . ?< abundantly supplied with every refreshment h? 1 delleney of the a?n*on, ai : the waiter* ire fx^lit and eonxtirnt tnt i.eir Attendance. JOHN McNL'LXY, proprietor, 117 FVont Btn ct, between 1'iue and Wall. VI i. 8 PASSPORTS I881 ILD BY UHTABR BISKELL, Ki^ ni. 271 iircadwav. corner of Chami* r* nt. H< MUCK E EPttith?PMTITS INSTRUCTION IN Double hlalry iiookkw-ninj:. S<>. H Fourth /.veaii^, OLIVER K (?OLDriMrni. / UlABLIS AND DA USAC. \J JOHN Dir.NT AN' In SONS, Union nqttRre rAid 14th *t. / KIUNS, BUNK&W* LXVBJtTBD >\AJLS, 2NLAKOK2> \J joints and ill diaearte* of th" f**??t, curwl without pain hi im jii .vi aw ? to the patleut. by Dr. ZA< 'Jl./JtlE, Surgeon OhlropodWt, r?>) Broadway. defer* tw phyftUiaa* and suri geonaol' uk<*? ity. DR. IX'tUKK. Di. NT I.ST. KKVrOVKJ) TO KM KAST Tv ?nd Mp-rt. Artificial TV e til, 75c utu to $2 * each. Cmmo-l I2*ne Filling, 50 cento. JjlACTS ARK STUHHOHN?KIUD. S<>. ? Marion Rtrbst, Nkw Vork, J'ajy 20, 1VI. Disir Dorr</R?I h'lie been afllk'ted with Mai de??fn? RV and tlibt morning I wm induced t<> pay you a vl*itt No one enu Imagine my delight when, utter <-n?> operation at your bn*<X my hearing wax nudderly, nr.d without pain, rcntored t?? axe. for wfcuh I feel very gncteful. Al'ur being toiully d*af, almot* .-hut out from 'Jie picture ol hmi.? *o nece?nary h ten***, u< have It returned, and to bear ao dlttlm'tlr* cellec?.* great credit on you for the taintemae amount of ^kl 11. ji.n no******. 1 beg t<> thank yon for what I can so truly appreciate. I am* air, your obedient *ervau*, EDWARD TEMfLE HARRISON. Dr. YON MOS^HXI^BIVS olllre fbr curing tV deaf and tU< blind u? *U W7 OUutou place, betw*? ti h tt'.U auU Sixth. avenues. f^\U)CKFUKS AND FLOUR FOUTHE MTlLtOX U Wl?|?:w I-.WU1U M M?J -UI.U. ,,TC. THOS. K. AONEW. Nt#. 280 i;rv?nwlfh at. and VJ Murray gi.. Sew York HAU-UO'JR WKtTIXO LE; SON.S?i\H< BUSINESS men. K.unm So. tl Fourth nvrn'i". OLIVER B. GUXJDSXITQ. N'OTICE TO n(R Pi:BMC. 1 ii"ii i -av to tnl irm tln publlr that J iri'.l eontlnut tr> I'll my Sc.. Jam .U 'fiatlc S?hii.ip|.? .it ?h?> oM prleea, nil my prtsjieat'u> k l.PTi vhr pi*ii'?' will V* i"Ai> Ofl to mcM tl" priurn' e\orM'*n? ilMjr of iniji rent* pi-r gallon. Private l'ani:!n anii till whous.' :heSi-hii: | :m !k.u?iU', ibuuM in?k" * silv t| plh'aitlon, i>? i.mfru >Ue present 'te le I.as be"!' Ill ?Uir - ii'Hi Ly three yearn. Ill Seiii. ip; i- now tv i'?v m bevrr*i?" la a' inn ilii. i lvlll/etl worlJ, uu account of In parity tut. nte llc.- il prop?rcie?. UDOLP,rO Wuli, T. l*. *} il l I n R| ivt <ti. I cruosii's patent ai. y tkunu \nd -, <>: r .i i.R I . B'-! a<l wuibiawJ. Corner o? W&rt^u ?'W? *l-A 1 U?citi+v\ ..j.

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