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THEATRICAL AHD MUSICAL.
We Mr* eliM w nJhout any imiicaiiocs that tberq will t* MtiMaMt H give opera The w?n?n will not touch it unlet* under wore favorable conditions thai) WMr the artists or the directors of the Academy mow ?topuad to accord Vbe> May, add with justice, tbat d|>ora to Ma any other commercial ?peculation, aud that they roe an reason ?Uy individuals shoo id be called ujk? to tou r minou* loo--* m tbe attempt to please the public. V U? Academy aud the artntia wi'l not lower their terae then beth must stand idle. We have beard r?ther a cnnou* minor, to the effect that tbe mem here of the orcberua aud of tbe chorus have ?Mreesed Temon.trai.ccs to the directors of the Academy and a loading male singer, accusing them ef hxepiug idem iu a starving condition, and calling upon Ahem to sa< rif.ee romeUiing of their pretensions to :be gtoMI pood. We know uot how much truth there may bene this; but the statement shows tbat a aire ug feeling ei. is is u|hid the subject. The result of this dead wxk, we ?apect, will be that the artiats will form kn asso..anon ?imilar v that of last year, and will take all (lie risks ?lion themselves, lu this event either Grau or Mi.no will ?Hume the direction of affairs. The veteran Wallack perseveres in the policy with ?rliw h he inaugurated the season, aud cutii iiues to dress ue up the old cooiedics iu a maur.er that imparts to them ait me . harm of novelty Tbe pieces performed during the week were "Iondon Assurance," "The Belle's Strata gem," "Wild Oats," "A Cure fur tno Heartache,'' ??The Behocl for Randal" and ??Money.'' Ib.s e\oiling there to to be nn innovation on tbe plan of campaign in the pro duction 01 a new comedy, or rattier an improved version ot Mr. Wigan - "Friends and Foot,'' under the title of ?Hosoiu Friends." Fresh scenery has been painted ^r M ami every pains taken tc .usuio tt a marked succoss. At Iaura K ??mc's"Peg Wolfing h n, w bicb proved such ? chain stroke of good luck to the uiauugvineui, will be withdrawn th s cveuiiig to make way for tbe flrst new comedy of the *e..son. lis title is a piquant one?"No Rest for I be Wicked ?.ind its authorship Is attributed to Mr. (liarle- Mat he v ? The business of the piece devolves mainly on Miss K rneaud Mr. Blanc Mrs. Kuima Hubert, ?on (formerly ti s. Brougham) is a:so id the cast. Mr. Forrest played Richard HI., Rir.helicu and Spina, ?us to immense hou-es last week. Tbe first of these cha. ?actors lie has so remodelled that it may be i-..;d to be an entirely new and improved version of tbe pari_ Veteran actor as Mr. Forrest ?s, he thews by each ?ncoessive representation of his characters tbat lie is ?till a? laborious a student as w ben he first sot out to chnib the steep and rugfe 1 path to fame. As b grows older the iutoii" i.ial features of his acting so dominate the physical that he is no longer the artist whose imiseu tartly of style so offended people of fastidious lane. Mr Kdv. it) Booth has made such an i ui press ion on the town by hi; Richelieu that it has to he kept on the bills the wboie of this week. There is no mint..king the fact th it he ba enlisted the sy mpathias and partisanship of a large portion of our public, who profess to see iu bun qualities which they either do not or will not liud in other impersonators of the same line of parts The rivalry thus induced has a beneficial effect, not only on tbe actors, but 011 the business of the competing theatres. It is long since either of tbem has been able to boast of such receipts. Anschutz's Gorman Opera bad isle ified all tbe preen, eeived notions tliat this form of ibc lyTical drama will not je.y It hue become, under its present able management not only a i-aying, bat a thriving institution, lbe secret of its success is, that a spirit of enterprise anim ates tbe ?peeu'ation, and tbat Mr. Anschutz deems tbe rapid production of novelties as essential as carcfn attention to the artistic efle.tiveness of tbe pieces' wbieh he j>rodi]cce. hast week be brought out Mo/art's "Enlevement du Serail" (' The Seraglio"j; but, though a curionity in a inu'ical sense, it justifies tbe composer's opinion of his own work, tbat "it w-s good in a room, but Insignificant for the theatre." The Sunday oomerts at this establishment Are aiways capitally attended and afford n jireat resource to our German population, actus ?oii.< d as they are to entertainments of tbis kind. A new star has made his appearance in the theatrical firmament. Id the conflict of opinions which pre' vnih respecting the comparative merits of our two leading tragedians?Mr. Forrest and Mr. booth? >t is a relief to find a third competitor in Hue branch of tbe drama starting into tbe bold, and promiring to furnish us with afreah standard oi c< mparts u. The fart that this new aspirant fur public tavor is ? German will detract nothing from the interest with which bis rendition of ?hakspere will be regarded , t> r there is a disposition to favor any departure from the conventional read.nga of tbe great dramatist that will ?oi eavpr of actual heresy. As an evidence of this, we haveon.y to point to the sensation created by Mr Fecb tcr s Ar t ,-h.dcsiorion performances, wbicb. notwith. standing tb.it they disturbed old prejudices and shocl.eltlK attachments of lui.ny, drew together the in st briUiantard tnte e tual audiences ever assembled at a Ixmdou theatre We have seer the new actor?Mr. Faniel F.. Banduiaun? lb but one part?that Of ilcpbistophiles ir. Goethe > " Fa ft"?hut it was a performance that stunned hi.n ,ir an artist oi strong orig.uai genius, differing in his concep tions end in ihe ?.?? er of his delivery from all the ?eto-s to *b m we have br.n .? ci ston c l. lie exhibited throughout this nnsterly impetsoiiaikn an intellectua1 vigcr, a rubtlety and a magnetic power over l.is an uenc that are rarely to be witnessed uew a-days. The n dt theatre has made an important acquisition In th.s gentleman. and ihe management should evince tbeir ap }>i-ciu >on of tbe fact by giving Inni inure effective sup port. This week he plays Richard 111. Mr and Mrs. B*rr.' y William* open at tbe Boston Atbe fc.rum to night. 1 bey arc to succeed Mi Bo th at lbe W inter Garden. Gottscba'k has been giving concerts in Prcvidence, B ??ton. Worcester and UtrreBCt. all of which were etui neatly successful. On Saturday be played again in Bos ton The- evening be appears in Norwich. to rnorrov evening iu York, on Wednesday in Bi idgejiorl, on Ytmrsduy *g .in in New York, on Friday m New Brun< wick, and on .Saturday mTrenton. The concert at Irving Mail la-morrow evening promises to be a very briUian* ? 3air. Amongst the artists engaged to support the dis t ngulrhed pianist are Madams de J.n?san and Mr Wii lam Castle, a new tenor, and pupil of Signer Abella. who * an.d to jKeses? ? pure, freth voice and an excellent method The boy pianist. I'aje. give* his f mrih concert thin ?vol .ng st Tor?>nto under the^nlrmage of Wa^or (.?or?' Bir W. Napior The Hue fellow bas been petted an I feted by all the le.idmg people iu Canada. and baa been teoenred el the residence* of Lord Monck Lord Frederick Paulet and Lord Alexander Russell. "TbeCevec P iters ' .a having a prolonged run at (be Ct Louis theatre. Joseph Proctor commenced an engagement at Ciminnai, ?l the 11 rti. J W.'ko-i ltotb is also announced there. ibe Adeipbl tbeaiie, Troy. which war recently deetroj e<i by fire, c*t 930,000. and wae insured for only fT.uuo It ??* erected in lh M, and lis dirt manager was Mr. Join, t carUMeh. A new drama entitled lngland and Australia,'1 is m prei-nratioe si the M.unreal theatre. loin Magulre,of the Metropolitan. San Francis-o. bus retired (r m theatrical life, anl is succeeded in ibo It-w. ahip of the houre by Mr. Charles Tibbetts, who bad It wlien It first opened. letter1 haveb.-t-n received m town announcing the lo-s of a veeael (nam" u?.t slatad). <.n its way from Australia to th e country, with a troupe or mn strela on board. Among those supposed to be lost areTotr. Rrower Items rest, lbs dancer, and John Kayaor, formerly with the Hock ley Mr Rich.ng* and daughter are Hill playing at Rod. - tsr At tlie iild Bowery Mr. G. L. Fox is entering upon the enth *e<k of bis |*rlorraanoer; but, Judgiug by the I, usee, noonc would be aware of the fact. This pop bar ecmr isa host tn him-elf, and never fans to draw wbe.i ever be appears. i be "Arm cer of Tyre" IS to be produced to-night a1 the N?-w B'wery, Mr. 0. C. Bonifece in the priucipa character. The fl irnlrenlt drama at Rarni.m'e, "Pauvrette or (nder the tnow," has proved a pnwerfu1 tdiKt /? II is superbly mounted, the neeah ?fleets temg es line as any ever produced it II ? ssiah dui.'-nf To the Museum have been abdc i ? ?* efl'cies ef our Union generals. most of whab art fa tb!ui Pi the Itie One of 'be mot' agreeable placet of amutimeet In lowti is Wood's viegiint little theatre in Broadway, tsLete the ? in oki* caf> be enjoyed with all Ibe retinsmerl- and li.auru ua ease the Academy Indeed as regards tb character of the audience*, we see but little diBHenes, a aurertitf hae Mr W'*.d contrived to render bit e gaboabment ? is*wye Chr.'ty S fcets of 1 Mir -trel eerevtatMMias !,?? ?a.latbam, ineute h tr< wondet ng crowds night y in ti ? <**] of e-vety no.?e ceo t?w?t ? e rgc e event pne .* Mm Jeclro ? s hi ? ? for da ;?-ghable ,*b* .Mi i) fd .?! -dance. 11mm ijfco wiol l? N w?U HMi will go to Bryants' There M i degree of artotic mapMwM ibMt the per forraanoee it this establishment which renders ikM ci oaadtngly setiofactory Htoby Is doing ? great buameea a Brooklyn with hie troupe. lie baa got use of Um but ompum tbil money ind enterprise cm secure, ind UM Brooklyn people (the Mints included) Meat to take wonderful!* to hia per* formanoee. FODUMfiN. The new dram* "Dolores" is baring a moat successful run at the Theatre Kranc.ua id Paris. At the Vaudeville a charming little piece, Illustrative of Par>f>ian manners ,ind entitled ?'!.* Oomtesee Mini,' has been received with great favor. The new comedy "LesFous" has -had a narrow escape at the 11 ymouse Dr.imatkjue, but after some hesitation parsed through the orded. The correspondent of the London A/u/wuig/'es , in describing the pioc ? observe1 thus trenchantly ?"It is doubtful whether the author? the audience or the drueui/u persona deserve more o*ix> c.ally tbo title oi Tools '? The veterau Had la 11 is sirging at Her Majesty's theatre. Mr. I'lane he writes the < hrisliuas buries,(tie for (be Ha} market tins year. It will be illustrated by the pencil ?k Mr relbui, who will ,'8|>eeia!ly set forth the scenery of the Holy lauid, on which tbe Prince of Wales, in bis late lour, gay,-,! with so mucb reverential nite.esi. Mr l>eigb Murray h&? so lar recovered bis health as to be able to enter upon a short engagement at Drury lane. He will souo suit tor Australia. lite editor of the Lou,too i/umal n'urlti, writing pre> vtous to the announcement of Mademoiselle TlOcas' deci sion to puMpoue the fultlluient of her engagement with Ullman until nest year, m ikes the following remarks m his proposed enlevement of tbo great cantatrice It is said that, now the great dramatic prima donna is again at liberty, she will give a aeries of farewell represeut.lions previous to her departure for New York: for we are really going to lose the only Donna Anna, the only Yulentioa, the only 1 ucrc/ia and Norma thai our operatic stage pos senses. What incalculable number ol' shiuplasters and postage stamps cau have been offered to Mademoiselle Tit ions that she should desert us for tbe A me leans V Or, is Mr. Oycal tbe bottem of this mystery ? It would l>e onud Macbi tvei iaii policy on the : art ol the Royal Italian iMjNwsane to get Mademoiselle Tiliens sent as far as possible away Irctn 1.ngland. for m her particular lino of characters he hat' no vocalist who can bo compared to licr. Fortunately it is only a ten days' voyage frmu Now York to Liverpool, aud we have still hopes (m spite of sbiiiplaslers and of Mr Dye) that our great tragic singer will leluru to us in the spring. The Limerick I'hrowcU gives the s ibjoi .ed account ol tbo original "Colleen Bnwn:"?It maybe interesting to the public to know that the name of the dra uati~ed * vol ieeu Bawn' was Kllan llanly. -he w;i in ?rd?red b} drowning new Feme, either on tlie Nth or 16th July. 1811! The chief conspirator of the brutal deed, highly count* led in this county and city, wasexccutedatn.il lows Hreen on the 10th March, 1 *20 and Sulln an ^dra malicdlly represented as Danny M inn' the summer of the same year. Tb ? body of the "Colleen'' drilled iulo Money Point, and was interred m Burrane church yard, where Robert W. C. Keeves, Esq., upon whose prd !>eity the buna) ground is sitnited, li s erected .1 tomb stone, upon which is inscribed the simple epitaph, ' The Colleen tiawu." THE JEWELRY BUSINESS. An? Diamond*-The Shoddy Aristocracy and Their fc?*?rie?. die. *hen ev?.y trade, nvo those dtrectly or indirect ? decent on the war, i6 a, a stand srtl., n I curious to Bote ?le MlvHj prevaj)mg jQ ^ jewelry bo-ine*.. Orders have never been more nume * UOr m?re hbora) than now. the most ex Wneive articles und a ready sale, and everything mdi ales tbe existence of a inonoyed chws among us who .re "naOcctcd by the present or,sis, 1(Ud who scarcely wh, Vr#S'Ure of our ,,all00a> burden, The war which has impoverished many, has enriched some, and hheso yoraux r.ch spend money with an maoaciuwca iuar\ollo s to contemplate. The army of hungry con tractors which the government has lei loose uuon the community have suddeniy been transformed into mo-. ^pruKes artistic ,u tLe,r tastes and retined ,n their SboddX who grew rich by a trans Parent swindle?by nitkine ? ?>,. f.K..- ,. making :he government pay fabuious prices for manufactured rags which t ley called array eloth-have swelled the rants of rh- ? tZTZT TV*" "Xtrav^nt expenditure. uTrJ .T ! "*Ve 'be vacuum le-Tin 1 V AnK"c*? wistocrsey by the failure of to 1/ rre':CS"?rf' lh0> Bink ehod,,y ??' lhClf mVDey l,a"8' fo?dlv imayme ey are a head and shoulders above their betieis H*v 'iUed lht,r ow" Pock-U by fleecing and fooling-he government aud its brave, unpaid de.snders, the new or or takes mi place among the elect of rashion and puvs its looting. No class spends money more rcckle.^ly, realm '?* the old maxim, ..easily got and easily gone.-' ihv natronize our ilrst class jewelry establishments, and f ,r. n V Louse- in most sumptuous manner. This .ox mnv for the strange fart that ,n the midst of a .leg , atmg c? ,1 war, and on the verge of taxation, a business which owes its origin to luxury should be so flo iri-hlng. Indeed the amount of jewelry sold during ?he pas, sea, ?? is something remarkable; and e,ually scf.re was the do mand or s,lv er ware and b-. nzes. One would hive c\* ,o?rtcd tut the threatening condition of the time* wo,id" bare counselled economy, and that, if a laste fororna nrnntwas,, "? bilged, it would be with moderation ? that inezpensiv ? . rials would be songbt for, and that a return to r , taste, would be one of tbe consequences ?d on , n . But such is not the c so. Let any one '? doubt ?, , . tn^ct u>e stock the U,detent Jewelry Ito ; ' VeM V?rk bfcTt 00 b,nd ? bet ore the holiday season sets in. and satui, him-etf on tins j-oint. Let him walk tbiough Tiffany 4 F.llis and Pail 4 I Jack .t. and he will flod mat the assortments to both places indicate 110 Fear of retrench men 1. He will look in iur cheap styles of jewelry, on every side he will sue priceless gem. nl costly articles of b,,outer,r-p -ark amethysts and rubies; diamonds that fla-h like light. and emeralds as green a* an ir.ih meadow in the spring lime Fashions change in jeweiry as well as in dress, and its Clmng. s are as deserving of record; but change of lashion does not alter the relative value of the gems employed tamnnds are always superior to panrls, and rnbiea to c/irnelian. Ihe only thing that adds to the intrinsic value of precious stones is scarcity, and this it is that is making he NMnM more eagerly .ought for and m .re h.ghly i< h\ ydtjr. The d'ffl.'ulty of procuring emeralds may be estimated by the rise prle,, for whu w for "nd r 1^ J?r 0r* d?l ar' ' l,rM OOM c0?'? Otty dollar.; and if the New Granada m.nes do not yield a rreeb supplv there every probability that emeralds will go npYtUI further. At present they bid fair to beaime as rare M the ruby. Of lata onyx, the -atone of not es, as it ,s called in the Bible, has been used exten *' 7 bX?m!,as it combines beauty with sim plicity, should be tn higher favor than it is. What Its . wn uMfsistad merits, however, could not aec?mrti?h 'he diamond will probably do for it. We have se,? in' 2^"- S,WVC ? ^yx, crusted over with diamonds, that might pie... . seve-e and at he same time aatisry to ornate taste, and others mora ?esutiful still, which held it, the depressed centre a single lamond that glistened like a dew drop In the bean o* a owsr In the same establishment we nw . diamond 101 wor,h ??> 'boosand doilars, having a Urge central - one surrounded by roWs of smaller ones, whose dasvllag 2 V WU" by being brought Into contact With the soft moonlight radiance of the pearl. We am violet ..nethy.t, and Sapphire, blue a, the stmme, ky. we saw frosted and bum,shod silver ware ^"'d' fr use ani .words for oraament silken flag. ,0d ar,.,q?e Parking . ,Z of true color?evi rv of could .ratify a reflned taste-bnt ?n a,.?.,, aoceof common Jewelry, and no indications of m, n sternum era storm. Io a.,, 4 Bla.k s tiere ^ ^ 'bings, ,he same profusion oTflTst ?ass articles, tbe tame rusu sf business and the a.m? ,B ...flcrenco to the (Ms* The sliver ware was unlW.nd ?utlfai and tbe display o, gem- w.mderfai. AmoJ, u? n was1 a d,amond ring *i the ,sired water, worth ten tb?., md dollars, which glittered like a sur, and a broooh rmert or one ptre and perfect chrysai.te, on who.. p? . rrean wwf.ee waa e?.,i,isiialy engraven a worn .n'- head '1 broasipm of Parisian workmanship, circular inform 'be edge studded with pearls or dlsmonds, late albs, ^oal.cUsped w ith a diimoud, that open and reveal I "n lire within, wasa gracwf,,) novelty, tbe Idea worthy 1 French r*ncy .i0d the workmanship worthy or 1 renrh skill in. ,1. lkta ' " ?f n a..! ' ,hH w<w another, similar b ane "*L but ?<**>ZL h?T? <Z?1TLW? gn formed in d anends throws o . . by the dark polished backgrsund and comb. "* 1 ' "h gold and gems, and beav J ^.h a ' *b to be admired, and Mioe who judge an article by its,.,,, * ? I be prosi>croi?s coodltlon .g th,-bra,., h r : re, in rate ,4 an op,,ur n . m?' ufac war, ? h,Ie others oi ev.-ry day neer "" Pjoves however, one tbtag cooehisive^tnaPU*; 1 . >My or money ,h,. country, and that the " . 1 g faith ,n us resources. 1, pif,v? f ' " 1 ,'Aively still that money has , hanged han * . gr?,n contracts, gun contracts snu-hode.. *"J ?b*t "?y (-ntfrautt of all sorts h?v" *p.?"i men wh *e jwient of nobticy e,, , , , P i Wis V ban lay iag a , (ct!?/ r,:'.r":r",' ' n?t at tbt i<dg t hing TM W?M?rfU TyfJ B?Ulo? and Dlt Wa ?u safely My that w? have sever examined any oihaa to vest km with m much Ratification and aateuiah" meat aa the " Aides Typa Setting and Distributing Maahiae " Nat only ourselves, hat inventors and ma chinlsts ct the highest order, la thta country and from iturope, have inspected and witnessed its operation and, without a single exception all look upon it with wonder' ing admiration. Our reporter was present yesterday when one of these machines wee taken wholly aiuirt. and, having a thorough scientific knowledge of all kinds of machinery, he enables us to give a clearer and tiller idea of all its pai ls and mode of coMtroetioi thai, has ever been laid he,ore the public before. This machine Is the work and invention of a young man named Ald.n, who spent his life, a' well as life's means. In working eut the discovery. We need not siy that it supersedes the uses of tb ? compositor, and a ks 01 him no fingers to delect sod seize the set era' types. set them in order and array thorn in words in the stick. The machine does all this like a living being, slid eels them afterwards in galley, then in p.ige, Ac ; and again asks no hum in fingers to separate the mass and restore each tyi>e to its own sort in case The roach mo < on in-ike no mistake; for its task is ro duced to perfect law. An invention like this must aa sured j ho the most remarkab.e ,if the a e and world. You sec before you :t tab e of brass almost circular, the I iai i ueunst the operator only bcug ll&ttenod; and at a slight elevation you tee. la li.iuug from the centre, nutne roue deep "alloys," of bra?"-' also, wiihiu which the types aic m.ule to et iuU, and the.-* ? alleys" (numbering one hundred and eighty; are the substitutes for tho us.ml boxes or divisions in ease. Into these "alieys" are placed ?ne hundred 111*1 fifty-four dnl'srent character*, and they are so arrange 1 on to hold exactly the same proportionate number of typee 1 hat ihe divisions in cms contain. For instance. there are throe "alloys" for the lower case a, while there is but one lor tbe let er b, two for c, five ft>r e, ana so on throughout. These "alleys" are divide Unto e>x different section*, with bandies attached, allowing tliem to be raised up instantly, in order to change their f nt of type to any other size. Directly beiore ihe operator Is the "keyboard,''eight inches wide and fourteen in length, and upon which are one hundred and fifty lour keys, with silver plated heads, resembling those of the concertina. These keys are all plainly lettered, and the entire alphabet of each class of letter is arranged within spanning distance of the hand. Th'y embrace the Roman up|ier and lower ca*es, small capitals, italics, double letters, numerals, punctuations, signs and spaces. In the centre of the table Is the "main wheal," thirty tuches in diameter, revolving upon friction rollers: and upon its circnmf renco are thirty six "cnwyon," er hands, every oilier one of which attends to setting up fype. while every other alternate one is required to dis tribute old matter into tlie same "alleys'' from which the setting "conveyor*," or "hands,'' lake their type. With in the "main wheel" is another, thrco inches wide and twelve ufcdiameter, revolving also upon friction rollers? encircling which there are nine rows of movable steel pins (the size of ayhmgle nail) perforating it Encompassing this wheel is a wide stationary rim" tweuty-e.ght Inches in diameter, and on the eolslde of which there are eighteen grooves of polished steal, filled nearly full with excavations. Upon tho Inside of this II excavated rim" tber# onr nine steal rod connecting with ihe " toner or register wheel" cflPhlning nine rows of steel pins. At one end of these rods, nearest the <* to ner wheel," there are "levers'' attached. Tbs " man w^eel" revojves a otiud the out-id* of (he ?? excavated rim," carry ing with it the " oonvoyors." Upon one end of these " conveyors" there are nine movable polished steel ?? fingers," which are protected outside by sheet, bras?, and capable of being formed into 613 different combinations (yet it is only necessary to make a com biuation of 164 to cau" every type to bo setup). The ' fingers" gilds along in the grooves upon thu "excavat. cd rim' (there being,Of course, two groove* f~>r each finger to work in), end when they reach that part of the t ible nearest the operator, all tbe " fingers'' ar? tnro vn flash itito their lower groove. Frotn the ?? k- >board" to tho " register wheel," having the steel pins up .n it, there are nine otber rods attached. When the com poser tovebes a key, signifying the character be v ent*, tbe signal is passed out to the " register wheel," through tbe rods, which act as a medium, and there registers the character, by pushing out a certain combinailon of pins: and as the "register wheel" revolves the plus thrown out pass under and t it the little levers attached totbe nine stool rods eomumuicallng with the "excavated nut," Ihu* changing the comhlbatl ui in the grooves upon tbe "excavated rim," s imilizing the c 'Tubiuatiuu of pins upon the "register w heel;" and when the fir?t "conveyor" passe* by it lake- its signal by cer tain of tbe ''fingers" upon it being thrown into the upper grooves equivalent to the combination of pin* win h srs thrown out upon the "register wheel." IS hen the ' con veyor" reaches tho "alley1' cnlslaing tbe character de tired, It is instantly stopped, and the fingers drop Into tlie exes various upon the stationary run, comparing wiih tbe manner In which the lingers are thrown; then tho "oouveyor" slide* on it* centre while taking out it* type, which is firmly hold, it tb*a tilts and pases* < n with tho "main wheol," and place* the type into a deep, long "alloy," directly In front of thu operator, as nicsly sad dslicately as It Is possible for the natural fingers to exe cute. One character follows another in the same way, and In ths samo order ia which tho keys touched by the composer's fingers may require; and, when tbe matter ?ei up reaches tbe further end of th.*"a!Uy, ' everything I- broken into pag*, and there justified, ready to be oar ried off to tho press to be printed from. The "quads," "thin spaces" and "hyphens" art distributed close at band. Tl.ooierator bu ouly to read hit man iscrl.it and touch his keys. From practi-o his Angers Inrolunt-irlly |>a?s 10 tbu key, im th?y now ilo to the divlstaa iu ease, (lo can acquire a raeility of touching these keys much more rapidly then the "carrying wncel" revolve-, end by to d dog he iwoumulates signals njsm the " r-gi iter wheel"' in advance of the dellrery?even loth# extent oftixty [?tiers?at which In" nut a bell inside gleet the alarm that the '* register wheel"' it full. The compo-ilior pita amps to reaa his copy before him, au<l j stifles that w hich he hat already ael up In page. All the while the lettera pren msly tent tor are wotking In. and be ia ready to present with ft composition. If the operator makes a misteke by touching the wrong kay ha < an easily cor rect It by taming off aII the signal" upon the ' register wheel."' ora portion of ihuu.ss may be ns< ossary. The moat remarkable part of this machine is the "dis tributing department," which ia purely automatical, ltotb o]*ratk>n" may be carried on together or separately. The operator paya no atleuliou whatever to ttie di-tribu. tion, except to place a page of dead matter (even "pi-lot") upon the tab's, and the machinery of itself then takes charge of it. One lineal a time biuemut separated from Hr- ma?s or page by a powerful "lirter," and other aypll ?nets of machinery carry the line along to the oud of a deep 'alley,-' and then the1,distributing o?nv?yors" stop, and each, taking a letter, carries it home to its pro|>er "alley." Nor can it he possible to make a mistake by Displacing a letter; fer the governing power Is law Itself, and that controlling pow or is the different combinations of nicks In the type. The type, by the tf?y, may be dfaat at one htlf cent le?s per pound tlnn that m*de In the usual way, which is readily icoonnt-d foi by the saving of m>tal. Old type of any diet ripilou,. in bo nicke l by the thousand with a simple plane, gaged to any lerin, and adapt Itself to this machine. Tli" prim ilplsof ?? distribution" i inuhtbc -aniens I ha, of the "setting," ilia only differed a being, m setting the |.ailing paaer la the touch of lite k. t , while In di iribntlng nine little Mil fingers feel out from the "dlstri bin ng tx-a" iittn the ale he In the type, forming* pan cu W om bin it Ion, wb cb is signalised M (he "conveyor" ?tnpi ng for the iliare. ter,end tl. ?? ling'. * upga .t ha wnne changed fr?m lower to uppci grot/tee ipec the i' csiatated rim,'" e?i?ru? with the Mkcdtatlod of Augers which have dropi-ed tut* the ntckb upon Um typo. The other and of the lingers bhv lug dropped o ? ?graduated stop," nUi'wo * "-rg" why W open just the width o# the typo, which is passed o*t through to Um ??eonveyer," wbwh receives It naturariy sad follows so with the "main wheel." The "cowveyor?" go through tho tune revolution that the "setttug conveyers" do In com posing. ? As s msitor of necessity, the machinery Is wonderfully nice, the ageucies sad dependencies very numerous, and tho whole labric seemingly a very complicated one> while, iu troth, Its adjustment, as finally retched by the discoverer, Is the simplest thing In the world Out "alloy," out ?'conveyor" and 01% key constitute almost the entire machine?all the rest is duplication All tbs "keys" are ailks, all the "conveyors" are alike, and the "alleye" holding the type are also all alike. If the sorts In setting and diet; ibutiug type do not run equally, or nearly so, there is always a surplus kepi i ahs.nl. When there are letters in the alphabet occupy ing uv-re thau one "alleythe "conveyors" Invari lbly set from and distribute into the flrst line first. If ilut "alley" becomes either full or empty the "con yeyor" parses on to tba next hue. If the machine is distributing and not setting th> typo, and the "alleys" become full, tho "conveyors'1 slop no lunger at tho .?alley," but glide al .ug to tho "pi-bag," and drop tho surplus therein. When the "pi ha,;" is full, tba type Is again set upon tho table, and is sent to its allotted place. "Could anytnlug be m re like brain turned Into brass!" We will defy any one to fiud the least fault with any portion of this novel aUtlr, there being a pro. vision made for any and overy emergency through nit tho eu:lro 111 ichme. No wear whatever is mado upon tho typo. There are numerous points of equal beauty and utility in lis adaptation of moans to ends and in Its jonera| working. Nothing can he more adiriirablo than tho dell cacv and fitness of all its parts, and tho exquisite nicety w.th whi< h the several types, not omitting the clondurost spaces, arc kept In place, and made each to ra'u 10 and from its "alley," and made also to rise and lift itself into proper position. If any ono thing more than another astounds us, It is thai to little and such simple machinery ran effect such miraculous results. Tho machine Is almost wholly dependent upon positive instead of spring movements. ilw "n.a'n wheel" has only to make six revolutions per m'nuto to not up and distribute 64,300 characters in ton hnirs, which Is equivalent to 30,000 ems solid matter If tho operator chooses ho cud run tho wheel to eigh revolutions, which is still a slow movement, thereby sotting and distributing 40.000 eras solid iu the same number of hours. There is no possibility of the machine wearing out with constant use, in twoiny ye ire, and it is scurcoly liable in any way to get out of repair, as It is composed entirely of iron, steel and brass. Tbo only delicate parts of the workH are coverot up, and well protected from any accident likely to arise from carelext nose on the part of the operator. Very little oil is used in working it?not over a thimbleful! in a month's time. It Is designed to be worked by steam, lioras or treadle power. It is perfectly original throughout iu Its construction, no portion of its movements being copied from any other kind of machinery. The inventor, b ing a practical printer, as well as a Qua invontlve and patiently meditative g mi is, has introduced into bis system?for so bis invention may be called?all the thousand In tie conveuiencles and agencies for expedi tion of which tho art of type setting is susceptible. Ho wan certainly a most extraordinary person,and this invention must be a most enduring monument of his equal patience, steadfastness, devotion and large grasp of mechanical genius. Hut, except the fame, he will reap none of the fruits of his discovery. Timothy Alden was a native of Massachusetts. For twouty years of his life ho devoted himself to the perfection of bis invention, and pi a firm concentration ot w ill ami brain and money bo exhausted all the resources of li'?o. and wore out life itself prematurely In the labor. The incessant strain for so long a period upon his active intellect proved too ex haustive for a phgiitfue naturally feeble, and ho sank under his tusk of geuius. But he succeeded. He triumphed even before death; ho, lived just long euo igb to cry "Eureka.'' to put tho finish ing stroke to bis labors; to see his machine iu successful ami wondrous operation. Twenty years of his life, and life Itself, and above forty thousand dollars in uior.ey, were expended iu bringing into successful use a singlo one of his machines, and then his eyes closed upon the work forever. One tuunfeeds the'distributor,"composes,J ;si,Qes and reads his own matter (tli is doing away, in a great mea sure, with proofreaders), and is less liable to mistakes than by tho usual way of composition. For instauce: 'here are a great many more "typographical errors" made in distributing than insetting type; and it is imp ? stble fur the "Hugere'1 of this machine to p oca a ty,a> into its wrong "alley." Hence its correctness. During the last twenty years of the iuvoutor's life ho depended mainly upon his cousin, ileory W Alden, for futide to enabh-lnm to continue on experimenting. He conceived the plan of setting and distributing type b.? machinery at ths age of nineluen years, while an ap prentice boy, standing at his ease picking up typo He was ilieu heard to say that, "If his life should be spare 1 to him, he would invent a machine that would relieve com; oaitore of that offensive profession they were led to follow." He frequently remarked, too. tha' "He the -.Id never live to reap tha fruits o.' his di covery." tie died at the age of thirty nine, j ist as ho had g tten out bis patents m this country and Europe. Upon his death bed be directed bis cousin how he sic wild proceed in the futi re, bequeathing bie invention to him and other rela tiT -e and friends, who liad aided buu wli'le engaged so many years upon his ardnonn task. Henry W. Alden. after the inventor's death, proceeded to make valuable improvements upon the machine, as he had been directed to do by bis cousin while en his doath bed. in order to insure perfect success. After having completed three ma-blues, he caused one of them to be pot luto practical ase. There the worn stopped for the w aut of addi'i'nial means to go forward with mannfac. luring. A flairs remained in this way for a long tlui^ uaiH < lunles C. Yeakm became Interested with Mr Aideo, aad. through that Indomitable perseverance and energy so characteristic of tho man, he has been enabled to organise a stock company of $100,000, and composed chiefly of capitalist- of this city. From the hour of his advent in the concern it baa been in active progress? order after order has been sent m?every hour brings same celebrity to examine the wonderful mechanism of tbo machine; and to this enterprising young man, cousin of the Inventor, its assured success must bo credited. Poller Intelligence. Subbing Ai iRay is a Broadway Sauoojc? About twelve o'< lock en Saturday night last ? number of persona, who were In the waiter girl's saloon No. 650 Broadway, kept b> Freak Bums, Indulged in a free fight, using the chairs and stools in a very fp-c and promiscuous manner. During ih< tight a uiaa named .lames Williams drew a dirk kore ami stabbed John Mclaughlin in the right side, indicting a serious wound. The wounded man gas taken to the Fifteenth pioclnct station house, uhero nls wounds wore drc?sed by IT. Julius, who pronounced him to be in a very critcal condition. Officer liarbelct arrested Wil liams and a man n "noil Michael Moran. who were yester day taken before Justice Qusrkenli tsh, wlio comr.ilttnd them to prison to await the result of tbo wounded man's injuries. Forsm.ivo Cjga About Dine o'clock on Saturday night last a boy named Thomas Cornell fouud a male Infant two weeks old lying ?n the front sloop of the house No. .163 Flr<t ereuue. The fallowing note was lound pinned ou the blanket, addressed to Mrs. Parker, of that No.:? Madame?Win you pleas-to tnke my child snd take good rare et it, as Its father mn killed in tbe war and I am not nbie to take care of it. My child Is of respectable parents. It I. baid for >ne to part with my only Infant, but it ean't be helped. The rhild baa no name. Hoping you won't see my child in want I will trust It to your tare, as 1 know you are a friend in n <-d la a frlefld indeed, The child la two weeks old. offiocr McNally conveyed the child to tbe beadquarleis of the Commissioners of Public Chart ice and Cor re, Hon, No. 1 flood street, where It will be properly carod for. Dm?rn*? or a Daycr Horse ?About half psst teu o'clock on .Saturday night Captain Hughes, of tho Fourth precinct, accompanied Hy Sergeant Do hong snd n posse of men, made a descent on the dance hou-e No. 84 James etroet, kept by Charles Williams. They arrested eighty Knot or both reset, who were laken helore .lu?tlee inati yesterday morning, who discharge! all Hi men end fined the fern ties Uve dollars eedfe rbo proprietor was held to bail in f'KW to answer. CoroanV Inqut-ata. Ri hmm C*?ratiT. ?Onronar Collin h"l?l an m<|uart yea tarday on the body of Caroline France*, a little girl four year* "f age, who did from burn* received on Saturday evening. The mother of the child reetdd at *7 Monroe atreet.and locked her up In n room alone while *ho want to ma k?t. I hiring (lie mother'* Hb*enoa, it I* bolktved thn rl.lld commenced playing with ?oirfl mnt'dtov and thi'reny act lire (o her > lothca, and war hurnad t,? death before aaalatance i on Id bo rendered. \< ito Nt ok Hnirno/ian.?Alexander lloMullcn, a natlva nf Nova Scot la, about lb riy year* of aye. died oa Vatnr. day l.aat from injur low r<eo|vad by it ali<k of log wool falling ipoQ h m Mhlle i n Inird the ?liip queen. Ivlng at pii'f Ho. 17,1'fl trirri, ?''ironer iVillln l.e >1 an iniji.evt on the body when a verdiet of "Arridi atai dealt*" true relarnad. INTERESTING FROM MEXICO. Ocur \nrm Orai Cormr^*'*' Tbs Qui, Oct t, IMS Oeneral Any, of France, tA* Mom of' lh* Momml ??? Heception in tun Cms,and Spoeek to the Fmft* ?**?*? i?0 Xapoloon'i PUmt?Hi* Reception of Cttianu? Almonte Ofkially Disowned, ^ ltd Hi* Rooentim lit* Jloli-heU?TK* Main litely of the Frttck Army Ke peeled?Mittcan Go en Uai Attack n Hand ef 1Veyroi* in the French ,Serr?ce?Gallant Com/nit of tho A??t? Trade Looking Up?Bmttn?ian of the trench tjvnt* from OrUaba?Juare* luw* I'aper Money?Af air* in M otcm City?Illness of the UnitedHUte* Minister, 4*. Everybody aud everything have sunk into tw.gnin can re since i be arrival uf General Korey, excel* thai per sonage and bia acta. On the 21st uil. Oenaral Forey arrived at Hariotr**. en Uie 24th bo issued a proclamation to tba M>i can pe >pje, and on the 26th ha made hi- public eutry Into Vera Cruz. All llna wan done in the meet quiet maimer There waa no attempt at alu>w and bluster mi. Ii aa we witnessed on the arrival of Gen. I'rim. A f ...rd waa '.a walling on the Mole to receive the General, who moumed a horse aud ro.le into tho plaza, where he mid* aa address to the people assembled. Hie speech wa- vlg * oiuj and clear, and carried convlr.iioa with rt He re ponted what he had raid the div hei-ire In bi? prurlam lion, aud elated that France would carry through bar plans at all hazards, that M-xleo must be dragged out of the mud and in idea great nition, and that Franc*- aouM do thits if 150,000 men had to be petit here While u the plaza, General Forey distributed aoiue nWala to ? kin r who havo distinguished themselves in Kexi. o, and be stowed a decoration upon an (flier, whom he embraced for hia gallantry. Thw rete mony ended, be remounted and r.-;?- off ?? his bouse, accompanied by memb*ra of bia slafl. In t a lug through the atroeta he saluted all the gr?ti|?< of cu noiiK lookers nu In an afliihle maum-r, and ancc?led i creating for hlmseli a favor .hlr opinion among th ee wb had before been bitterly opposed to the French. During the first day he received tunny calls from "fllciala and civilians and on the asaand day, at hi-own request, the Fiencb merchants of Tare Cms call d upon him ma h dy. Ho told them be bad board with sorrow that tb'-y wma oppesed, us a general thing, to the French expu-. lion; he assured them ef the good intent loos of the Km pi ror. that it was bis ouly desire to establish order u. Mexico on a sure basis, aud then to leave the coimlrv to the choice of it- own government; that the only dceire of France was the future greatness of Mexico, and he thought, therefore, that all Frenchmen should be proud of the expedition, no matter what th. ir political opinions might be. whether "rods,'* legitimatlsts or imperialieta, they were all Frenchmen, ami It would he their own fault if ho and they did not oo-operate in the great work now entrusted to his care. Gen. Forey listened atten tively to the remark-of the merchants, and convinced nmst of them that previous misunderstandings had arisen from want of ex hauge of sentiments; aud all lott htin with the conviction that there hail boon much had man apcnieut on tho part of foreign agents and foreign re-l dents, which might have been avoided by a frank. <>pcu policy. The firs' administration aid of Gen. Forey has been to demolish the farce of a titale government set up bore by decree of Gen. Almonte. This act created a great flutter amongst the reactionary ioadcis and followers who have been lounging about this city for months, waiting for the French to put thctu in power. So far, these follows have manifested no desire to fight, although they are all gone rale, colonels, majors, Ate. The guerillas have cotuc up to (lie walls of the city nearly every day aud stolen some thing; still these patriots havo remained inside the walls more deeply occupied in trying to get money out of the custom hcuso than in anything else. Gen. Forey, not fearing tlielr hostility now thai the reinforcements are at baud, and not wishing to encumber himself with such worthless allies, lias told them ail to be off. He de posed the ^tate Governor, and has put in his place a more alcalde to look after the police of the city. The second important act of Geu. Forey has been to tre it Gen. Almonte in the same manner as the "Governor ' of the State ot Vera Cruz. lie has ordered Geu Almonte to desist from calling himselr "chief ot the nation ." to dissolve the Cabinet which he lias (-rott ed ; to abstain from promulgating any law or do cree, and to consider himselt us any other Mexican taking refuge uuder tlov French flag. This has been called by the Mexicans a nun dttut, knocking on tho head all the visions of the clergy reac tionary party You will recollect that I have ail along tcid you that the French Would not insist op in rein stating tho reactionary party; hut poisons of small loresight insisted upon th contrary, and succeeded in convincing oth-"S that the whole mission of the French ji -ro was to collect some fifteen millions of bonds and to p it the clergy in power. You will recollect that when the French we.e left alone by iaigkmd and Spain, iu April lost, the \omito was raging terribly in this part, and it would have boon madness to hav* thought of bringing- reinforcements here at that time Th" plan of a dug; .crate move upon the - apitai was first thought of; but bail management rendered that a failure,and no alternative was left but to full b ica ti|>ou Orizaba and assume the defensive dur ing the sickly season. '1 be French since the beginning of May havo confined themselves solely to defending their positions. and have not assumed the aggressive in sny case. They have as far as possible kept themselves aloof from their avowed fiicnds and open enemies. Jiicy havo treated iliore wiio have come ulWer their protection w ith every con sideration, and tbw civility has been misconstrued by many to tie. a sup|>ort. tic: -.ai Almonte was declared "chief of the nation" by some-of his frieuds. This in nocent movement took p!?co in a vlll.ige garrisoned by tlio French; but the French novcr :coognized the act; an l at tbc same lime, while Almonte was indulging iu the promulgate* oi aeerase, the FrenchaaifeanUea always spoke of Juarez as the President. Almonte aione was responsible for the step he saw tit to take. H id his fgllewors be?n less interested nnd morc,sincere In thoir professions, there Is i o doubt but they night have gained much ground for bint, and thus secured some claim to respect from the French; b t the fact is they have at lowed five months to pars without dotng anything except quarrel for fat olllres, not yet secuiely w itlnn their grasp; and now tho Ire neb, no longer fori oil to continue their de etistvo attitude, have quietly da lied their pros, octe to th - earth, and told them distinctly that if they wish their esteem they must win it. Almonte is placed on the level of any other aspirant; his ( ubin-t ministers are hustled out ol donqp. his Governors arc stripped o their pomp (lor power they never had), his troops arc to be organised, fed, clothed, paid nnd officered by the Ftench, and the new i"Mii)iaign is to be commenced on precietdy the tame platform that the old camiNtign broke down upon fur want of forces. This is distinctly stated in the pro. Isms lion cf General Forev to the Mexicans. [Published in the Humi d ot tJctober 18.?Kb.] So rar, Gen. ForeyV acts have not met w ith the appro val of the Almonte pa1 tirans, many of whom threaten to j in Juarez. Their disgust wttl bo increased in a lew days, when they And out that I ren< b officers are to be placed iu command of their troops, (.on. Mi ran dole, now daily looked fur, will be given command of tho first brigade of Mexican auxiliaries. Ho is to bring with him a full sup ply of French officers. It IS not known what view Al monte himself will take of these changes; but 1 imagine be must have already seen that th?y wore Inevitable. We are now daily export lug the mala body of the French army. We have had light north winds for etveral days, and the health of the elty tnay be said to be good. Tbere is no vomito and few new cases of fever. The rains b-tve suspended, and we are u -w iu the beginning of the dry,heaithy season, so that everything is propitious lor the new campaign. On the morning of the 24th >ilt. the guerillas mule an ait uric upon a guard of Martial pio negroes, ninety strong, stationed at Tujerla. The guorilas, m strength about si\ hundred, pouncsd uron the negroes at three o'clock la the iii'ruing. The negroes made re-iriancc for time hours, when their assailants retired. The guerillas got poshes sion of several houses, and, after robbing thorn, ret them on Ore. They burned tuo hospital, un I ot.o poor negro who coulil not crawl out was roa?toJ nllv.'. Hie negrue* in the conflict lost seven killed and ten \. winded, ami the (nerlll in oonless to a lor of ninety In nil. 'Iboy are very angry at their defeat, and threat' n an< liter attack: but I imagine they will hereafter coufltte thamselves more strictly to robbing mules from the convoys. Lattarly they hnve been driving a good bnatneaa in this r aspect. From the indlc itions hero there ta erory prospect tb t wo are soon to ltav# a revival of business The railroad enterprise, I hear, is now to ba pushed with great vigor, and will be completed to the highland* by the beginning of the neat wet reason, so that the obataolea encountered by the French dut ing tlila summer will never occur again. 1 alao bear that it la a part of the French system to colo nise the countr v along the line of the railroad with Euro pons, bo thai the r>ad mny be protected from the attacks of uative guerillas. The railroad across Tebiuuitepec wgl also be punbed forward under the protection of the French. tlenernl Forey will leave here for Orizaba on the dth Inst., before which time It Is espeeted his forces will ar rive. He goes '* to consult with M. de Saligny, who tetiialns at the head of the French Legation. This gen tleman has boen made the scapegont of the French expe dition , but It would appear by h s retanloing hare that he has still the confidence of the Km per or. tioneral lz>ren cea will return to Frunce very won. A vassal Is naw hare waiting to take him off. I The advices from Orizaba aro to the 25th. The trench were preparing to extend their line" up thasldas of the t'umbres, for the double purpose of keeping those post tiona clear and leaving Orizaba vacant ft r the coming re itiforremenis. Provisions remained scarce; but the num ber of guerillas In the vicinity bud greatly decreased, most ??ff them having gone to Join the great national camp at Aettlzlngo, on the plains near Puoblu. The dat s from the capital aro to the iStb. t;re?t noise was still being made about tbo invasion, and foriItlcalIons were lining built In all direc tion" and all the bountiful trees In the vicinity of tb.i city were being levelled to the ground, in order thai iho gunners may have no obstacles in dea log iheir deadly blows st tne foreign enemy The Mexican* have tie d uibt but they can defeat tho I rench ?t Puehln h1 railing to do this, they will certainI, do It at Mexico but nev#rtheto**,for |p?' * "'Cid ots they u> it 11-on na tobrck thcbu'kheu I between tlie lakes of flnCrK bilend T*X" on. which would produce? partial Inundation or the cpltal and great misery arougst the a.i,'r( . f the barrios. . . . juare, has Issued ll5.000.C0t) of paper money, winch it to bo ukou la part paysaaat at ?iiala roata of thai* voraaMak 1 noynt Una m a oontraoi ouwto by mm wido awak? follows to bo rtMoo through ?a tbo feaeh of ^^Hiooraolo of tho oopMai an Mai orttfcsaaiaan ? of tho anfiaals of troops la the 'oarlor. It la oUlsi by tha that llukodo to rotolas i?o to roaat tba tovaoioa.oai at tbo soma twos br, ? alfyiM oa a cms pot" osoiaat Msglo. tbo f*m<+??? Indian o lorry I rail or ta tbo jttorro Oordo. My lot. ?ro rroso liuanajuato itato ?otto tbo oootrary. Tboy ??* nnbloio ta tsfoat wltb bia party wxt to two - rotirewat la a tUotaat part of bia owt Mato. <r.u liui| on onto Ibort woo? iot?.rt to th* < ofltal that r.oo (Vsaoofort. wUt> <>o bw way to tbo < oi iml u..iD a,B l.aM Pwtaol, b?t ijooa atiockod and JWoot.- . by M< jto. Tho report to very itkr.y lolv-. a* OMMwfcrt m o wMs awake follow Tbo t.nslwb r?w?deau to Moitao woro in high duapw*i bow* Mibou Miootor laiob k*4 iofu??Okj prot^x agoiaul ??rt? u orbiirory "orooptatbtao'* of Uioir prniorty by n>o juareag v?raaot.l ~ir? uo?. W) ko to not, apparently, popular wtlb bw countryman I bo Jwru t vor?m*ol hat booti aawi ? mtBceni la ita .Vi.nia u> tbo faintly ?-f tbo lot# t.on Torogsna. (wo wouM ll?ok, by porooios tbo dut'obtuao of tbo ?oooro SMS I. that oil MMtas im> to lbs lamented horn oro oaado ikI? io bt* '>uib. iU -an.* ??r?orrod wh#n poor lorbo Urod and in* fowl y noarty -lorra! notwHbotondiof. It m am > 1? i'aiw piper. ?o4 I ooiy b?po tbo fbni ly of Zo nkpna ruoy pi >.,?? if in ,ort <4 what boo boon aoslgaod **Mr ttrwm"b* An orieao Mtototor, to vary rich lb tbo OOpHOI Mud it to lbu'?ght >.o taiinut too* turn** Ho ito? th >? rop-rtnf!" l?-.puto hr<ttro iowo Mr Cbrw.a boo latwaai bo d far tb i-.?t roar la trrtag too I r J ? aid ii<a tbo i oMod tamo* I r J are*. Tbo do oot of bia limit w too dia!*wrtaotad b >?w t h.ia,wb*cb bat bod o groat ria l ?|*o b ? uo. ?l petal ?p?-iU T >M?o.f /or <*?*? bao a OMSMpaly aaw m tbo to tor lor I -at M goo? It w*w alM l*uobla oo far a*. ? "a Itorielwe tofcowe oatoo Ha aooM a to bo t-la -I to bat# ? 4 *u,J it t o**aof t <o?rro?, and ibmo a t. ' -t - t|Wt ' -b i-- to too pw / *? ab'io, tbat arw ?ana y ?Im? Mo-lor* ? (II a ?piraod omwoo to Ibr.r III., f I. *1 -? h . * ? ?o,.doilb# tol?u.a? < ooata ant! blrtHtod I v> ith itwir ro ?? ? ?wabiO?t*O0 <?t t -too. Tho DOW <i?rn?? ltd woo b? bo to toot oo tb* M? Bed, io tort, *b'. i was ai.o uiiooi at bomg to oown at a in' t 4 4" bad w 1 s<d at tba ;. -pat?-b ?M ho**' ?* "O iba *Ttb fur waiit at ? t| Ibr t?.?er?aseei woo tbmk ?ii - .4 *ti?-.iai ta t? hi nig tbo b.rkward PortanitoMaoa ? tbo roi.o iw i?to i.irao 4 * tb??r srorh. Iba pro fxrrr.ohab tio? V-? w no bk? *? ????! ?*# # o?nr Ir* yoar>. ho..-o i u> tli-aa * ary i ??? ,-Wrti'ti' a MfMOta' t<w titl-o, nod. i -t.-r i raooot < lri.??i?ta?HO*, wbi ? tb* (inMOao'1 baa- m *? y t-> |oy ir?a*r ami hod. ami ib?n# i? a i..- . rd a frow- a ?? lalroi, throb (omit rbaat>?oo 4 'l?. )-"!??? a rt*bt? da ur *>?? g?th' i r* tab 0 * at; to at.d xay to tbo ra, >tal Krwi flam Jaiaalta and llajrtl. rut: mx.ko coutuirt- >s ,jr,.Mrto.* cortoa civ> ivu, ?tv., utu. IWra >t papera r??<- ?.*?1 fi'?i Kin.?'ea, Juutia, ut to the 4ih u stant, but ct ritata very Intle auute? <4 aap ii.u-reat baynad the agitaAlsa ?f Um wtgro ????<-am qaaatt?. which a larpe p?rty >" tba i-UaJ warmly ad At a t u* bed m Kiaa*i?c,?a tba 14th ?M . tin "1' mind rtaoiulion* ua itw subject wera m Uv'.ed -? 1. .bat a lunra iac a..**<4 iopt.lath<?i ; eu> ioi ?d tia .titel wantaat thw mUihI, a 4 .b la ety ?w.."?irj tor lit ? proper dovato, Be -I m I a \* t<"d r unr and tu ifli.ruu n. li. rr l iit- u t v i'j .n i, ?? < I wiissihmi, being tbat which 11< i?i? if in grodaat and heel | 'i M. in-M Ij.mmI i? i Ilia country, till* i ? 'till,' mint llial a.? li im tit iter ?Um donervea aud .??, tu to reieive tba we mast tu AMirutUMt. if. Hi .t tu voir >'f tl.a u tner-. a bowbta to all eleven jud lUletoaU tu tlil< utiind, alii li would be certain to ante-1 rum the .mni.gi atk> >4i . Iir*. ?? ule of Ilia colored people of auada and the fatted vtat. - aa ?etllein ia thia onutitry this mooting v'??? ? d r* tli a it w> uf tlx tuipoi lan. e ti lt ilm i. gis *lu:e ib Id pro. Mia as ample aicuua m poasible for carry Ut?"tit thai hyr. i. << lhatintbe upturn ut tua< meeting b< ? ooatry to whtc'i lb" colored ix* pio o i mi oil utt'i the United s 'tea on Id emigr.ito proa, nta eurb pad advantages on tba wbolo h* are held out to thun in uinau i, tvbeia. in audi I i n to fertility of eoll aud congonlilt'y ol el un tie, tbar will And the moat ample protectant fo. their civ,I and ie Hc;ioi.h liberties. 4. That this mooting hai heard with the It.hbet aal* factiou that the government la pre jut red to take aiepa lor orgauiiiiag a plan by which colored immigrate n to this c><<intry might be promoted, and the meet tag truita that in thir tngfter ibe government will meat, at ilia earliest pofl8ibia period, wt'.b the b< arty onneurrotice aud support ol the two Chambers of the Lo* IsiUure, and al'ti of tba whole public of .lamaica. fi. Tltat a comniitiea ba named, with power to add to the number, to co operate with committee* m be appoint ed in oilier partsbeajby Invitation. tor the purpose of ascertaining, by advertiamout or otherwise. thu 011101119' aud tbo nat ire of latum Ibal parties art willing to surrrn der, by lease, wllh the rlgbl of p'e ein|diou ia further - nnccnf this iindert.klUg; and In tlic event or their aet obtaining local commutes in 00-0;?? ate with due eom miltoe, shall invite parties throughout the i-land lo seed 111 tenders for the Supply ol l.iuds, a utoiaaaid. or on any 01 her terms. The cultivation of cotton continue* to receive eou siderablo attoution. Ibo Kingston papers tell ue of an interesting occasion, whoroupou one hundred and sixty country people, who had proved ihemaelvoa uidoslrioua and enterprising in cotton j laming, were ?? pre*noted ' to the Agricultural .Society, and having boon 'regaled wllh buns and lemonade," were dt missed from the preamcs 01 ?? so coral ladies and godllomen who were in attend ance." lite Lieutenant Governor has summoned the l.cgt*Ulura to meet on thedtb of November. ? .1 ki.mrt shock of an earthquake was fe.'t in Kin*elua on the 2d Inst. HAVTI. i jfLOMATir Aprourranrr-?a chahgi enter to WAbanrorw?mam kmmkai ion, it~ Dates from Port au Prince aro to the 4th Inst. President Jeff ard w a making a toar to tbu north, m4 the raception everywlior<* aicrded him proved that all renters tf approaching disti;rhauc?s were i.nfomoied. At the latest dates the President was at Cape Haytten. Several ministerial and diplomatic appointments bad boon made. M,Thomas Madl >u hat been n uried Pleni p tcntiary to Madrid, and M. Kite Dubois, ax Mmi?ter of Justn e. It had been agreed on, should be the II iyt?a diarge d'Afluires at Washington. It ah these gcniit-me n would depart on their several Missions a- so.ui as the Pre sldont returned to Port an Prtace. M. J. SalnHimand will succeed si Midiou as Setrelarj to the l'rlvy Council, sn ottiec which h.s talent a- a l? t yer erniiicntly fits him ? Mr. Fraud* B. Widden, the United States r omcr.ie sicner ami Cmeui General, arrivod tu rn New- Yoek in tba steamer TaliHinnn, and presented his credent mis to the Hay t ten Minister of Foreign Ada Irs 011 the Is: instant. M. Dupuy, lata Minister in Loudoo, a.-nved id tb* steamer at J.ieroel, for the purpose of assuming the port fo'io as Minister of Finance, He is regarded as a gentle man of considerable leai ring He was about to .sun the President, and General Itaimer would continue for a lime to net as Finance Minister, provisionally. Nogro immlgratioA from the United <utee was lite top-c of gcneial disc ission Mr. Ook, au Kuglish merchant, late of New Orleans having effects* a le?ee from tlw Hay tien government of tb - Isle of A'Vaebe, situated in lb Ray of Cayos. for the pur|K)sc of taking off the timber 'and afterwards to plant cotton, had left in the ate oner Yingt deux Deecmber for New iork, wnbtbe intention of pro curing two hundred and fitly immigrant* of Airtean or Indian descent to lecato on tb ? island. Tba govsrnmcnl bad canceled tbet the Immigrants shall have all the pri vileges of Haytien* the luomchi they laud 10 the country. During the President's slay at Si. Marc 1m received and congratulated the whele immigrant popida'ton in that district, and they availed themselves of the opportunity to express to him their fun satisfaction of having be?<m? clti/ono and their entire devotednes* to their new onus try, hoping by po aeverauoc and essiinous labor to its prove their condition. On the 16th the President left M. Merc and insiiected the extensive cotton fields established by tit ' immigrants. the Courii'.lng appearance 0i which gave him "unbounded hope for thofuture." City Intelligence. AmiYBDURT or St. Lrni'i Hospital.?The fmirUi uri vcrfary exercises of this excellent institution, which >? situateU on the corner of Fifth avenue and Fifty-fourth street, took place in tho ehepel attached to the bnemtal yesterday afternoon. The clergymen wbj on o.-ued upon the occasion were Rev. Messrs. Muhlauburg, purler anil superintendent of tho house, Koiih and henfort, lie annual report was road, which, in substance, isaa ful? low :?Number of patients treated during Uie year, 6.-C. of whl' h lilj wore a> pre?enl In I oapital, and inducing 100 sick and wounded soldiers; of lhe.?o 336 were male* and ail females. K ccipta during the year, lit ,44* It.; expenditures, SIS,697 14 Tlicie wore but seventy-Ova deaths id hospital during the year. A tier sonic religi.ua exorcise-' the procoedingH closed. Tmt Itintj, asti ma Armt.?At an oitr? meeting rf ti e Board of Managers of the American Bible Society, on th ? 16th Inst., called in special reference to applications t< r liooks, 37,1103 volumes were granted outright, beftldc* 1,700 more which were referred to auxiliary societies. These were inoatly Testaments, with some Hiblai. They were Intended for aotdlors In actual sertiee, for tow levies, for paroled prisoners and for the sick <tid wouudeo in hospitals. Few persona are aware of the amount of work which the American Bible Society la now doing. In tb month of September there were printed at the Bib:a Mouse over 176,000 volumes, making dally, ?r eleven volumes per minute for Working time. In r>n lembcr over 106,000 volumes wore issued, and 130.000 in August. A large portion of these books are distiibu'ed lu the army, among paroled and rebel prisoners, among the tick and wounded In hospital* and among the colored poople. The society never issued anything like ro mi.ny books bafnre within the same length of lime. Mantcst Couwos.?Tbs Itioductory lecture to ibewm ter course In the New York Medical Oil lege will be delivei - ed by Professor Wra. Frederick Holcomb, Ibis (Monday) evening, October 20, at half-past seven, in the College building, at 90 Fast Thirteenth street. Brooklyn City IVewe. I.ockB) Up roa Baartnn His Win.? Patrick Jennings, residing at No. 38 Sackett street, yselerday afternoon, while Intoxicated, brutally beat his wife, lie wa? 'arreted by ofltodtflregan, of the Forty third prcciad, and locked up. MltCKIihAltBtir*. DR. H'TIIER, BKB., llKNTIPT, RKMOt El>.?NO. Bast Twentj-ascoiid street.?! nvenier ?w tba n w wi a. uU?t< g.ild and plat ma co i pound, the best tilling Innw n fur tendertteih; warranted. DR \FriNO ?FIt.E YOFR KXBMI'TIOJtg, WHO ARM exempt T WIhi are not 7 Mead tho New .v.lit * lotn* of tb" L'lntsd H'ste*. ami ol the H.nteof New l ick, m Bsmi'hi l form. 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