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THE PRESIDENTIAL QUESTION.
A Talk With John Quincy Adauis. JBii View* on the Political Situation and the New Departure?Ku Klnx Bill?General Grant and Hie Denomination?The Damocratio Candidacy?The True Ieeuea of the Next Presidential Campaign?State Politics?The Radical Muddle?Clafiin, Butler, Loring, Jewell? The Geneva Arbitrator. [from the Boston Post, July 15.J i Impressed with tho idea that in view of the general condttlou of the political horizon, nationally and locally considered, ami perfectly well aware that John Quincy Adams, the gallant standard hearer or the democracy of Massachusetts for tiio past three Xeara, was a treiulcmau of positive opinions and convictions, one of our reporters visited Quincy n day or two since for the purpose of laying those ?plaious beforo the readers of the iiml, should that gentleman he willing so to do. our representative found Mr. Adams in his otlloe, busily engaged with Ms clients, his usually tlorld couiucuuace bronzed And burned uy the suu, doubtless the ed'ect of his out-door labor, of which he uas done considerable upon his broad and fortilo acres that overlook the Surrounding country. Tiio.-e with whom ho had business having aepurtcd our correspondent at once inade known the ~ object of his visit. < Refobtku?1 have called upon you, Mr. Adams, to bold a Ultle talk on tUe political situation. I Mr. Adams?iou mean, I take It, ihat la this dead igeaaon you want something to eulivcu your paper, and bo take to stirring up the annuals in the pollti?al managerie. KBPOKTi.it? Well, yes; and as our republican friends wcro interviewing their loading men, I bought a llltlo aouud democratic doctrine would do MO harm. i Mr. Adams?Well, I mako no pretensions to lead anybody; but Iain always willing to state sound democratic doctrine, as I understand It, for any one Who may think li worm h s while to listen to me, Bud 1 do not know why It Is any more objectionable to be "interviewed" out of one's sentiments than It Is to stato them In a stump speech, in tact, tho erne what illicit cnaractcr of tho "interview" ems to secure for it a more extended currency than IS accorded to the more t.?rnial speech. 1 '1ue new DBPAKTURE. i Re tout Kit?To speak of platforms, I supposo yon give your adhesion to the so-called new depanuic of tiur friends m tho Western and middle States f i Mr. Adams?Why, yes, sir; but the now departure 4? a very olu departure with me. 1 think It was two Years ago mat we democrats In Mu.-rachusctts at Worcester "departed " l remember making a speecn there, which is doubtless deservedly forgotteu, of which the only part I can recall was an express ac' coptauoe or the siiuauou. The resolutions. If I do not mistake, were explicit in that sense, la met, J see noth'ng In the amendments themselves, apart rom their procurement, which nesil distress any democrat. The lair purport and upshot of them is merely to give equal civil rights ami impartial political privileges to all men, irrespective of color. NB IHO 8PFFKAOK. Rkportkr?You don't, then, consider giving the Slacks equal privileges wltn the whites as unemoorat 10 r Mr. Apasih?No, sir. When iho war closed upon pur enlrauoiused black MOpm?ificui, jou must remember, by a stress of circumstances brought on as much by tueir niasteis as ?>v us?we had either to Accept them as citizens or hold them in some nondescript condition of pupilage. The latter would Save result? i in a far more dangerous extension of 10 paicrunl powers of government than anything In these amendments. Besides which it was more consouant to Mr. Jefferson's favorite definition of dcjmooracv?"the right of each to pursue happiness in his own way. provided only he respect .'da neighbor's equal right." Rhi'ortxh?But you do not consider the negroes fit for suffrage ' Mr. adams?Certainly not; nun I was very sorry that It was lorccd upon tue poor creatures in the wholesale way it was. It endangers their losing it altogether. The raisgoverumeui In iho boutheru States is a fearful impeachment ot the attempt to fouud republican government upon undiluted ignorance. Bin it lias ueeu Uoue, aim 1 woupi not undo jt. 1 would modiiy it. TlIEKR'S THE HUB. RbporiBit?But there's Ihe rub. Will not the acceptance of the amendments prevent any niodulvafion ? . Mr. adams?Why, no, 1 think not. It must be applied impar'iully, but any retoriii in that regard which Is possible at all is at possible wilu as wlthout them. V.'e la ifua?t?clui<>eits disfranchise, they tell me. I HTV TIIOrsAM* VOTKR1 l>y constitutional prerequisites 10 voting, such ns taxpa.vltig awl reading and writing, surely such requirement.* "abridge 1 very seriousiy a man's right to vo.e. TUolr adoption m bouth Caroliua would reduce the constituency there to a very inaiiaseaiiLc Shape, I can tell you. Their adoption in a siuveholding suie would insuie goon government. Now, m the LABT 8K8SUON of our legislature. Mas-achusctts refused to modify iter constitution lu Hits respect 1 Have indicated, although n was urged that ilic-o two qualifications were loliactiuus 01 the tourteeutli amendment, and It must lie. presume I Hint n Legislature which had Only about 1011 .* uisiot ai men in u iuu*t uuvc nu acted only because lite party that nude the fourteenth amendment <ltu not tnlnk that hither of these require 'tenia lu our cunstl.uuou at all intriuged Its provisions. THE KD KLUX LAW. Reporter?But about the Kit Klux hill of the last Congr-Hs. isn't that mmnt long etep n the direction ot n forced cooatrttcliuit ot the amendJiicuia in favor of me nut tout pat ty ? Mr. Adams?Ah, now yon touch the rub of the whole mailer. Just as the republican party cannot aee anything unfriendly to their own amendments in the constitutional restrictions iiputi sutiraae >u this state or in I,nude Island, so they regard that revolutionary uili Known as the Ku Klux law as a legitimate exercise or power under seine of these new amendments. In iact, we have now got tar enough in the trial or written constitutions to see that tney are, tu fact, Jusi what they arc construed to mean. Now this is inevitable, l here is no seuse in crying over ft. Alio Ku Klux bill, for instance, seems to mo an absolute fivrr! nwer of the whole principle ot free government. Indeed, as a bald truth, ami uetween us, the Election bill and the Ku Klux bill together actually place in the President's hands everv legal power thai any mau who had the will couul desire to raise blmse.f to empire. Too took lurprised, out it. is literally and precisely as i say. Control over the ar.ay to roguiuie elections, and absolute power to Imprison by military mice without hah-is corpus, is supreme and unlimited despotism m povnid'ity. Vet a great mass of honest men see rio harm lu nil tills, and regard tt merely us ? proper exercise or delegated power under the amendments, the way opt. U.M'ORii:: What, therefore, is your inference from this v.cw of tuo subject? Mr Adams? My utit-rcnco is that ntiv party In ihls country which really desires to re utue the moderate method ol government and iouo down from the duuflurous tutu at whlcu we have been uoing should uot ic greatly dlstres ;ed l>y auy tuneudmeniB to the -constMntlou n ideh have jet been pajsed; for by uny fair ousti notion they need never be Known by any Stuto Witch w ould be content to deal witu absolute ltupviUni.tv between tuna au l man. Aud that is demociacy. im; true democratic policy. Reporter?Hut w li.tt would be your policy toward the newly- ufranchiso t race ot tb" south* Mr. Ada;;--Tic democratic perlv should have no ttegro policy au> more than a German policy or au jrlah policy. There can be but mo democratic policy?tli" United States policy?and that should be equal ami exact justice to every citizen. OENEIIAl. ( IIANT'S lUl.NUUlNATlON, Rei'ORTKii?I suppose you mink General Grnnt will receive a rcnounnaliou at the Hands ol the republieuii party r Mr. adams?Undoubtedly, Mr. Grant will be re nominated, aud tlic Issue of the next canvass will be apon Ills administration. Moiv the power of tho patrouuge ol our government, is enormous at preicnt, and the discipline of the republican party is generally superb; out it can i ardly carry such a DEAD WF.KllIT as that. Tito dnd incompetence and stolid lgnoranco ol the President, his sliaiuele-s uepotlsni Hud partiality to gilts, his unclnsiuug negligence of doty, may all oe glossed over, for wo nil K el Wmdiy to the mail who (unshed the war; but the III SUHACKKUL tNCOMI'KI'KSCK of the financial management ol affairs should be unpardonable bjr a people supposed to be us slirewd as ours ou t tint head. rua ISSI K OK Tltr. CAMPAIGN. llEPtmtKii?'The issue you would mako, then, is otic of revenue reform and its kindred subjects? Mr. adaiiu?Tho democratic llnancml policy must be squarely m the direction <>t free trade ami a geueral reduction ol taxation. Tin?shameful ignorance which has persisted In wringing such enormous sums from flu- people at such a critical time, when they needed nil their energy to raliy from the e.\tiauattoii ot iiiow.tr, h mr less pardonable in my eyes than Uiis negro policy. 1 saw t mi Ol NKKAL M'CbKLI.AS. in his admirable letter to the I'nmmauy Society, 4ave the cue which ought to be and will ite followed. That letter and the equally admirable letter or Governor Hoffman lorediadow ine line to lie taken. DKUOCHATll! t'ASPII'ATl'S. Reporter?What it your opinion iu regard to democratic candidates for tno l residency ? Mr. Anvils?It is high lime t<? emwder that mattor. My own view is mat the locality will dictate candidates, i lie rtreugtti of tip- democracy Is and inusi be in tho West ami -(itnh, New York ami Missnurt are seen re for our right anil Ion warns, mo nig of war ivlii be in Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania an I Vligmia. I think the cMiilidutcs upo.i ice tickel should comciroiu those parts. I Have myself a htgli regard lor UOVEltVOn IIOITUAN, aud ho is also n ver,. strong candidate?piobnbli wore ot the succession tf the party should prevail next tline; but I think In- is t o v-im: a man in allow blmsoli to be pressed in Hie next Convention. ? M.i-SAv IILTI.ITS lOUTlCS, i?.*rotiTKu-iii lea a. d ty our own local politics flEW Y U the radical situation is becoming interesting, nun't you think f Mr. Adams?About the tricks of Massachusetts radical politicians I know nothing and care less. I see that they are bent on squeezing out my good friend Uovernor Claflin, who Is at loast honest, and are pulling all their wires to put In J?r. boring. That great ana good man, General Butler, has oeen MAKIN.I THE RUNNING for the Doctor, and between the pair of them It Is hard U they can't have the Governorship. For my part, 1 think that there are as good men 111 that party an the Doctor, though I admit him to be an industrious, Unc-niunncrcd, pleasant and capable man. Besides, he has made lumselt very agreeable to the farmers, and he has many men Is. lie is very anxious to have the nomination, and 1 am sure I hope lie may get It, It he can manage it. You know It MAKES NO DIFEKKKNCB to us who It is. But besides h'.tn I see SpeaKcr Jewell spoken of, and he is nu able and a good man, and I think he would make an excellent Governor. so would President Coolidge, for that matter, an admirable one. Judge Hear, a really great and able mnn, would be their best mau; but, of course, he would not lake it. However, my own belief is, that the clique which really Rl'NS THK PARTV will Anally compel Governor Claflin to run again, pledges or no pledges, In order to avoid trouble, and that he will be nominated and elected, of courso. Kepoktkr?But I ho western pert of the state, headed by the Sprlngileld tl 'i'U'jtican, will make a bitter tig lit against Loriug. Mr. Adams?Ob. yes; but the Ri'DUbli<'an lights for Its own hand, very naturally, and is loyal to Its own part of tac Si ate, which, by the by, has not been much considered In radical politics of late years. But 11 I am wrong about Governor Claflin, then Dr. boring will get the nominal ion, unless he Is much less smart than 1 suppose linn to be. If he luils he will be u lright.ul example oi a misspuut life and wasted time. A GOOD POINT. hepokter?in cue event 01 noiing m uvuiiuiiuuu will the prohibitionists take him f Mr. Adams?They ought to, for he is a first rale prohibitionist; which 1 understand to be a man who thinks it light to take what he wants himself, hut deems it a sin In his neighbor to do likev. lse. A candid answer. Rhportkr ?1 suppose, Mr. Adams, you will be In tne hands of your friends m the approaching campaign? Mr. Adams?I have no friends that I am aware of, and if I had 1 never put ra.vaolt In anybody's hands. Not a soul hua whispered a word to mo about a nominal ion Ibr anything since last lull, and 1 imagine no one will until uext fall. 1 believe it is known to the few who care in the least to learn it, that I should be heartily glad to get out of the way, If any one will take the place whom the party wants. So much being known, the Convention, when it meets, wtl think It over and DO AS THEY t.IKK. The nomination is a great compliment, and us sach I have always foil profoundly graieiui lor It; but I have no desire for its repetition. ONE tll.'KSTfON MO AH. Rkvoktrb?Tlieto is one other matter, Mr. Adams, whicn 1 wish to mention, inasmuch as considerable has been sar.l about it in tho ncirspapeia. it h iu regard to tfie probable appointment ol your dlsuutrulshed father a* the reuroseniativo of this countrr nt Uoneva, to urtutruto upon the matter* contained iu iiiu recant Washington treaty. Mr. adams?i liavc Heen something about tt in ttio papers, but bo far as 1 knoiv there is nothing in It. indeed, if I may be allowed to B.iybo about a near relative, I think that there Is one conclusive proof of the falsity ol' the rumor that suoli an appointment lias been made by (lener.tl (.rent, whieli la that it la probably by general consent (ho bo?t one he could make. ll Kt'OKPttn?I believe mat is all, Mr. A Jam s, and I wish yon good morning. Mr. Adams?Good morning, sir. A ??IEW DEPARTIRF." OF THE UlRLKYI DOIOCHACV. For moutha past a casual onaorver could not fail to perceive the number or 'Twecu Clnba," "Tiveed Societies," Ac., that have been orgaul/.cd throughout the various wards; but it was reserved for tlie democracy of llio upper portion of the island ( '. ??., In tlarlem) to couceive the idea of giviug a uew direction lo the political current which tlowa so rapIdly from the Battery lo Kings bridge. Several prominent residents of the Twelfth ward have lorined themselves Into an organlza'lon known as the "Wil'Uui .VI. Tweed Literary Association," and have established their headquarters at 208 East 12oth street, tho former abiding place of the defunct Washington dab.'' The object of the association, as its constitut inn infurnu 114 14 "fn iirnmnu* ttin Mnri.'il and men'nl culture or its members un-l the promulgation of democratic prtueipl es"? objects to be attained by iho formation of a library ana reading room, l>y lectures and debates on the prominent political issues oi the day. 'limy propose to raraish from their own ranks speakers during the coming cam palgu if rc .uired?in fact, to gather Into iheir told an the democratic intelligence that lies dormant in the upper district*. Prom iho list oi olUcers given below the democracy of the Twelfth and adjacent wards sill readily sec lite material Is or ltie best, and we ptedlci a MMOMS* ful career for the pioneer association of its kind. I The members compose some oi the solid men ol Hariem?property owners, builders, contractors, lawyers, 4c. At a meeting held on Thursday evoninir" the acullemen named below were elected oScerv:?Joun M. Coinau (clerk to Judge Howling), Prosldcat. John H. Williams (President Hoard of Kxctse), Vice President. John J. Carey, Treasurer. Henry 8. Kan-ki, Kccording Secretary. , James Monatmn, Corresponding Sseretary. Clarence A. Williams, Librarian. Messrs. Felix V. o. Kennedy, James Meagher, Hugh Masterson, John J. Kavauagh, Dircotors. A WELL MERITED COMPLIMENT, Tiie lawyers of San Francisco have recently Issued a circular lo all electors and nominating conventions, asking that Judge Samuel U. Dwindle, or the Flitcenth Judicial district, ho nominated for reelection to the position he now holds wirii so much credit to himself and the State ol wluch he is a citizen. Tito circular reads as tollows:? t\ c, the unJcsicned members of the hnr of ibe city nnd county ol ih.n Francisco, earnestly rer immend to the e cctnrs 01 the l-'lft eath Juilical d.strict ot tit's taste, end to all nomlmdng r mrention?, the lion. Stimul i II. Dwindle for le election as District Judge ot that ilia'.i let. lie at o.ire unit- a the high quulitl s of Tesrninr;, unpartia'lty ami in!e,;r.'y with system an t despatch, as well ns urbanity auJ eotirtcsy to all. Tue j itblic Interest, la our opinion, demands tils re election. San knanimseo, June ?0,1*71. This Is signed by no less than ill lawyers; in fact, It is the unanimous expression ol the bar ot ntn Francisco ol respect for a man who, botu in Ins private and oflicial character, is beyond reproach. ROBBERY IN FLtJjiHNO. The houJe of Colonel lllggins, oil Whltestono avenue, in the village ol Flushing, was robbed of $doa worth of jewelry on Thursday night. A domes IH' III I IIU I ? tin' vr?i-? uiivotuii im iwi'K auiii nuvi nJbousrh there was no proof nualnst her an I she Lelujj slj'j was K";it couiincil 1 t a cllriy cell lor twenty-four honr->. oillccr Srnltn heliovcs the rot?. lu-ry to have Deen couuiitttcil ?y sueak lluove.s, uiaiiy of whom Infest the place. DtlPARTURG3 yK3TCBJJAY. BP.Knr a:.i> IIavrf.?Steamship LaCa) cite?Mr Henr^o r-srce, Mrs I. J Hart, Now Yum, Mr una Mrs J And, New Orleans; Mr P'lourv llcr;;rr, Mmo F'leury Burger, Slmo Mario llugon, Now York : Mr ItMael Fedticliy,Caput In In tlio | Spanish Nnvy; Mr A le Latl'nrd, Mine M.trlo Ualoupeau, Mr Vincont Vlgniiroiis, New York; Mr Ayer, Jr. Lowell, i Nasi; Aimc ItoOoris, New York, Mn.e Aver and Mtas Ayer, Lowe.I, Musi; Mr* llowlund and maid, New York; Mr 1,1! al* Hnrachago, Macallan, M- s eo. M.-Jamie H'nTmenn, New Orleans; Mr Lofrune, Now rk; Mr A I urrlrro, New Orleans; .Yr J H Il< dge. New York; Mr Ftclnveit/.ei', N: w Oine.-im; Mr Hangiunclti, New Orloati*: Mi?s Flandin, Miss iluwland, Mr ?nd M:s Wenrge Itennann. New York; Mmo Charles 'Proudly, Now Or.eans; Mr A Knyno ?nd child, Mr John liouroir and Mme Marie Hmiroui, New York; Mr aud Mrs Alph-mse Uourgoing, San Fhuneisco; Mmo VYiliemln and two children, North Auloboro, Vt.; Minn Lelrtekor, M.ln Letticker, New York; Mile Marie 1'ab.arles, New York; Miss Jane Black, New York; Ml.e A Ca inive*., New York ; llmi Marat Ma ire an l child, New Orlraua; Mr (Jabrlc! Kavel, Ilos.ou ; Mr 1) Weill, Newark; M Oi-ert i.ucoino, New t ork . Mr Jules Marchcret, Wilmington; M Ocrm. New York. M L'elavignn.tNew Orleans; Mntlo Homes, Sun Francisco; Mrand Mine A Leroyer, Ban Pmoeltco; Mr nn-t MmeL DenamM, Patladet) phi*; Minn A Cagnonole, I'hlla-leliiuin; Mr anJ Mr* tan Orenvc. Havana; Mme Louise Kick tn 1 child. Now York; Mine Borer and two children, Havana; (llseomo Zanonl. Sun Francisco; O tiln-cliio, Han Francisco; Captain Jules Jourcnci ati, New Ymk; Mr Hastnl, New York ; Mr f 1,0 intaii nil, New Orleans; Mr Bernard Dnizuo, Nui Orleans; MrCharlni I' Yelt, New York; M 1. p.nulas, l'lu iidelpbi*; Mr snd Mme Piirrenave, New Orleans: Mr M Jloclict, New Orlcans; Mr J Aucustn, Boslon ; M Pomerade, New Y'ork; Mr II Colguat, New York; Mr Jules Oaru-r.vilie, New York; Mine iltierln, New York; Mile Oitei'iu, New Ymk; Mme A Scrjent, New York; Mmo 1'ierrot, Boston; ! M and Mine J A Aeschlmnun, New York; M and Mme Ksnar i, N-'w Orleans; M end Mme Coheit Immlnlquo, Now Orleans Mr and Mme Pierre A ll tin -l, Mile Louise Hamel, Mile Allco llnm-'. Sail Francisco; Mme Uupuls, New Orioans; Mint tt'aston, Now York; Mr A (' Marui an-l son, Boston; Mr dement Andrew, Boston; Mr Au.mlln Louage, Prance; >1 Lamlns, New York; Mi Latere, New York; Mr i Charles Bullet, New York; Mr Ado pho Mnr-iuls, San FranI Cisco; Mr thenar, New \ ork ; Mr Corey, Hume ; Mr II L Irving, I Hamilton, linurn ; Mr Ittcowskt, New Orleans: Mr Holiao, New Orleans; Mr Lanule*, Now Orleans; Mr Dupnls, New I Orleans; Mr saiilln. New Orle.tria; Mr t lilcn. New York; Mine I 'is -n. Ne.r York ; Mr Oniric Penan, New York ; Mme Perran. New York; Mist Her'he Hernando*. New York, Mmo Vormww, New York; Mr Suuntel Itlcliard*. New Y'ork; Mr Latisatlo, New York; Mr Pierre I'lrc, S..n Francisco; Mrs lilenorr unmet, Prance; Mrs Fhtg-nlc Hndol. New York; Mr J uouhlm Urler.'c, FT-ioce; Mr Augusta J M Hamar, F'rancr; Ml* Marl" Prum -nt, France; Mr L II Beatlge* aud two children, France; Mile Mnile Ku'ot, Prance. qi.ft'natow% tin Livrarn.ll? teainship Italy Mr Kiin; ton and family, A Itiyii r, (I Y\ Vnnllnsenj MisSural! i err. Mia Maid-maid, Mr Mad-niahl, It- v II, nry (J lli ii'iell, J Stercut-in, Jamrs ? air, ,'wlfre I f. Myers, llhiii \\ WaUi-m, P'r Smith, Mist nas YY T.ive/, M McKennu, J p, Viil?Jiidje O'Keilly, M Bucklaver, M M Blacker. Mr iliprvell and i.tmhy, Henry Flllswotth, James Trow and tun 1 l y. Mr ;nd Mrs P'uioc't and daughter, Hems Newport an ami, Mr an.l Mrs Jus II \dJen, Mr and MO* Lyons, Miss ,\ Ketv. Tims fownrrnd, M Withers,.! It Adilan o. J P. Ann r ane , Miss P. Ivelscy, Mr Kclsc.v, Mr and Mrs Male, llpni; I Palm i, C H Vamlerlioot, Mr Prauee, Win Shears, Mlt, mi.in vrn eds, Mlsi A -.elii Van lerh ->p. Meant Mrs Net I,-; and f nnl.y, llev S i! I'aeila, lt?v Mr Leonard. ItsMr Pali I k, J H White, I T (logon, K A Shield*, Mi an i Mr |,i*an. James Path til. Mr I aughaisdl, Mr uid Ml*. Krar 1 cis. Mi Ikalhcr, Mf Mltohe't. U Moore. Mr I utile KK. HEKALD, SUM DAY. <1 mrnli m iwimil. wall street. ? HATl'RDAY. JUIT 15?? P. M. i On 'Change to-day wneat wad dull anil lower. Coltou waa quiet and steady. THE ClHTON MOVEMENT. The recolpld of cotton at all tho porta for the week were 15,386 balea, against 18,463 bales the previous week. The total receipts since September 1, 1870, are 3,045,832 bales, against 2,*54,0*1 oales for the corresponding period of the previous year, showing an tucreasc of 1,001,176 bales In the present crop. The exports from all tho ports for the week were 7,083 bales, against 10,621 bales for the same week lost year. The total expor is for the expired portion of the cotton year are 3,076,042 bales, against 2,147,187 bales (or the samo- t me lost year. The stock at all the ports Is 176,192 bales, against 176,746 bales for the same time in 1370. TllK HANX HTATHMK.Vr. The weekly statement of the Associated banxs Is aliiehtltr nnfnvApahU Tha Hntanultu Iiuvm illPYAflilAfl over six millions of dollars, against, u gain in reserve ot only about one million dollars. The loans are now up to t no extraordinary sum of $300,000,000. The large increase 111 deposits is attributed to further largo arrivals in the city of nutional bank currency, which Is likely to prove a drug and uuuoyaacc, as it has so often heretofore. The gain 111 reserve Is nearly equally divided between specie and legal tenders. The item of circulation shows a trilling decrease. The statement contrasts with Its predecessor of last wecx as follows? Jniy 8. July 15. Changes. Loans $290,078,57 7 $.701,81?,2.13 Inc.$2,203,050 Specie 13,445,774 it'.oss,2 it) inc. 012,6)6 Circulation... 30,4ti,s72 30,86&941 Dee. 30,011 Deposit* 911,807,MS 257,032,2J4 Inc. 6,224,741 Legal tenders 60,976.825 70,074.876 Inc. 608,001 The banks now hold $1",544,843 above the reserve required by Law?a gain for the weok ot $367,900. MONEY ONE TO THREK PER CENT. Money was very easy, loans having been made at as low as one per cent on government collaterals, on which securities the general rate was two per cent. 011 stocks the rates were two atul three per cent. Prime paper was quoted 4 a 6 per cent discount. Foreign exchange was dull and rather lirmer on the basts or HUM a 110% tor prime bankers' sixty day sterling and 110% a Uu.% lor eight bills. UOLD STRONG?112% A 112%'. The Cold Room was dull an l adjourned at an early hour iu the afternoon, The mar-cot was strong on a small decline In flve-tireiitits in London, and Hie impulse thus given was luteusliled by the large specie j shipments of the week, me lucrease m the imports for the same time, and the small amount ol specie m the baukg. The course ol the market Is shown in the table:? 10 A. M 112% 2 P. M 112 '.j 11 A. M 112% 2:30 P. M 112% 12 M 112,% 3 P. M 112% 1 P. M U2'? 5 1?. M 112% a 112% lii the gold loan market the rates rauged Ir- m Hat to 1-64 lor borrowing. The operations ol the Cold Exchange Hank were as follows:? Cold Cleared $17,967,00.) Cold balances 1,870,332 Currency balances 2,807,020 The steamers lor Europe took out fS26.uoo lu specie. GOVERNMENTS STRONG, The government list sympathized directly with tue advance 111 gold, aud was higher and strong, I particularly for the coupon teu-iortics, whose advance was the feature of the market, i'lio lollowiug were ihe closing sireet quotations:?United states 1 currency sixes, H4 a 114%; do.. isSl, registered, HO a Ujf.,; tin. do., coupon, ilO a 116 .'?} do. Uve-twenites registered, Way and November, 113<? n do. do., 13u2. coupon, do., 114X a il4s?; do. do., 1364, do. do., 113.*. a llG fJ; do. do., 1SG5, do. do., 11.a 114; do. do., registered, Janti.iry and July, 112,', a 112 4; do. do., lsU5, coupon, do., 112ii a U2.'4; do. do.. 1307. do. do., 112.S a U2fc; do. do., 1803, do. do., 112^ a 113; do. icn-forilcs, registered, 112 a 1121.; do. do., coupon, 1127, a 113. SOl'TUCKN tiBOritlTias STRONG. The Southern list was dull but itrong, 1 tie only Important change being tUo auvauce ot Missouri sixes to OS'.,. Hie following were the latest street prices:?'Tennessee, e\ coupon, 7!7? a i i; do. new, 71 yt a 72; Virginia, ex coupon, ocX do. new, 73 u 73X: 00. regmtereu slocx, old, 55 a 56; (.eorgia sixes, 80 a 87; do. sevens, 01 a 02; North Carolina, ex coupon, 45 a 40; do. lundlug. Htm, 34 a 30; do. do., I860, 30 a 32; do. new. 27 a 27,S,; do. special tax, 20\ a 212,; Allssourl slxe-", 07X a 9s'j; do. llauuioal and ML Joseph, uo a oo'a; Louisiana sixes, a 70; do. now, 03 a 05; do. levee sixei, 72 a 73; do. eights, 85 a JO; do. Penitentiary sevens, 70 a 73; do. rallroal eights, 73 a 81; Alabama Uvea, 03 a 70; d .. eights, t?s a 100; do. railroad eights, 77 a 30; South Carolina sixes, 75 a 89; do. new, January and July, 5s a 59; do. do., April aud October, 0) a 01; Arkunsas sixes, 55 .1 00; uo. sevens, 52 a 09. Stocks dim, and stkapy. Ttic slock market opened strong, ami prices at the eorly call were the best of tlic day. Si.bsequcLtly the Improvement was lost, and a decline set in, but the fluctuation* between extreme points were unimportant and transactions were very light. Tiie usual dtiiucss or Saturday was intensified to stagnation, and the lloaid Itoom was almost deserted at times. Tlie closing "treet tnarkel was a small group of brokers, who left at an eur.y hour. HIPIIBST AND LOWK-T PRICES. The fol'owiu-t table shows the highest and lowest prices <>t the principal stocks during the day:? Ihghfit'. Lovoeft. New York Central consolidated tw.'d iScw 101 k Central scrip ulJi 01 Harlem iss,1* us hue sw:? as heading li-M lit -* J.nkeHnore io*j, ins Miibasn v.* 4 5D'? I'ltrsbmg lilt lis d Nor;? western 7j1'j Ti , Northwestern preferred w, on ? Hock Island los',, los Mt. l'aul 60ij St. Paul preferred s m , so ? Oilio ail. 1 Mississippi 44M 4.t7,, t'mult l'aeitlc gti\ 20 j Western i ition Telegraph 58 "4 ;>s 1'ucitlc Mail 14 . 44 j lliu CITY HANK SUA11KS. 'Hie following were the bids for the city bank snares:?New tone, 1:10; Maiuiaiian, isj; mcr? chants', 117: Mechanics', 135 ; Union, 13ft; America, 115; City, -.15; Phcnix, 1C7 ; Gallatin National, 1.1; Merchants' Kxcliango, no; Leather Mann. facturcrV, 18 >; State of New York, 114; Cotninorce, lis; Ocean, 02; Mercantile, 120: Lank of the Ke> j public, 115; Lank of North America, 104 ; Hanover, i 104; Irving, 12tl; Metropolitan, 135; Last. River, 112},'; Market, 120; Nassau, 107,*4 ; St. Nicholas, 125; Marine, 105; Commonwealth, 08 ; importers and 'traders', 170 ; Lark, 155 ; Manufacturers and Merchants', 100 ; Central National, loft ; seeond National, tso ; Fourth National, 112; Nlniti National, 116,; Tenth National, 124; Gold Kxctinuae, 80. TUG RAILWAY BONDS. The following wore the bids lor tho railway bonds:? ! Now V.irX (Vn 6's. 1863.. OJ1* Tol .* Wsb 3d S1J4 New York *en (S'a, 18x7. PO 'Itil ,k tt'ab equip lets... *1 '4 New York fen S'.?, rc... H.l llan A Napo* l*i m Ni New York Con H'a.attb.. V.? lit W'eat 1st m, 1?S8 IMU l.no lift in, ox tUI'4 til tV oil *<l 111, 18.M B'i h.rie lit ni, end I'J'a tjntn"v A Tol let 'i * hue 2dm, I'?, '7t?, !ii 1.1 ,t t'n Iowa lat in.... x7 hr.e 7'*, 81 m. 'tM !?.} tlxl A Clilc extended H'2 Brie 7'*, 4th in,'?8. 0*1 .t Cliia tut in f? ! ; lo ?'*. nth m, '?* M 1 hlc, K I A far. 100 Itiii', S Y A I', lm in, \T. Mor A Incx I'd ni 1 " | Dong llock bond* Hi'l ClevA Tola 1 1C0>4 11111 it 7'a, 2d m, a f, 'Si.. .lr;t>? Now Jer Con new lid*.. .lob;* Harlem lalm, 7'* 102 t'ltta.KW A Oil litro...UH llarlem con mtg.t a I it'e. W'i l'.tta, F VV A Clilc -'J m.. ' H'i Alb ,t Sua 24 ho* !M'4 |?, K IV A C 8 p c,o.j bda.lW Al 1 A Sih K I lid* i lev .V l'ltt* con, a I JJ Mleti Cen letniVa, '82..l!t"4 Clev A l'ltt* 2d ni Cino.lliirA V.npc, lal in.lld 1 lev ,t Fill* lid m ill ; Mich 8rt 7 p 0 2 1 ut V"'< C! v A flits till "8 Mich S A 1* 1 * f 1 (i < ... 1HI a Chin H Alton a f Ill I I'hc lilt ;'*, guar ,lV 8" Cine A Alt la, U? ' Cen 1'ae bonds... , t Inc A All Income '6 Ciiioii Cac l*: m hd*.... 8X'? Hnlo A Ml** 1st 111 Hi | linluit I'ao I K 7'* M tllno ,v Mia* con M Cnloii I'ao Income 10'*.. NIJ4 Huh ,t Sioux C lat m-... WJ 111 Cen 7 |i c, 1873 ltlO St l.ont* A Iron M 1*' m. 1MJ4 Alt V T 11 lat m !? Mil ,V St 1'aill 1*1 8'*.. ..108:? A t .< Y 11 8.1 nt. prof.... U Mil ,t st I'uiil l*t Pit ' Alt ,k T II 2.1 111 I110 it Mil .* St l'aitl 2d in SO Chic ,V N U a 1' ItlO't Mar .? t In lat m wV t In A N IV Intb.'a 'I ChlaAMIIUlm AJ 1 flee A N W con hit* .... I'll 14 ,lol ,v Chic lat to 1H t lilcANtVoxh.l t 88 Cot, I hi A 1ml l>n lit tax 87! 1 1 Clue A N \V 1*1 111 im Vi lot, l'eo \ w , 1. 1) 8<* ! I]Mil ,t M Jo con It'll ti 1 III, I'eo* \V, VV D...?.. 8v<j 1 Cel. Hack A tVei. lat m.'. ' I T 0, I'eo A War 21 n, ... 1x Del, Ueek A Weat 2 I 111. 07 N York A N Harm t>'? .100 I l ol A \Vfth I it in. ex..11. * II..it A Brio gt I..,. 21 I Tol A W 1st tit, st t, dtr v>, Oitir C A Minn nt m... 81'< ' THK IMrORfS PI TUB WRliK., * Imports oilier man Roods *nd sp^clo al r tin* port <>r Ncvr Vork (ui tue woek. cnatutf July 14 " ! 4811, ttoro ?4,787,lit*. " 1 luo import* of lor.uifi Urj boods at New Yotl IfJLY 10, 1871.-TJUPLK > (wring mo past wocic anu since t lie negtnnmg of the year were:? For th? rn-rfc. i860. 1R70. 1871. Entered at port $1,110,046 $1,22:1,132 $1,929,185 Tnrown on market... 814,793 071,050 1,'06,298 Suicr Jttr,. 1. Entered at port 00,593,873 62,394.823 69.726,563 Thrown on market... 49,287,014 03,728,293 68,349,798 The total imports at tuts port for the past week were $6,726,290, against $6,670,248 the previous week, ami $0,372,109 ror the corresponding week or last year. TDK SPKCIB MOVEMENT. The exports of specie during the week and sinco the beginning of the year have been as follows:? Total for the week $1,962,814 Previously reported 46,441,068 Total since January 1, 1871 $18,403,902 Same time 1870 20,930,703 Same time i860 18,812,732 Same time 1868 07,392,864 bame time 1867 33.086,053 bauic lime isob 49,908,791 SALES AT THE NEW YJflX ST0S< EXCflAUL Mnfiirduy, July 15? 10:15 A. M. $1000 US 5-20, e. '81... 114)4 $3000 AltATer H 2d pf.. 87 8j00US6-2J, r, '04 ... 113', 11 aim LontU Manut ilk 180 60 U 08 5-20, c, '84..,. llB.'tf 12 Hk of America 145 llK o US 5-20, c, '06 113 , 11 llanoeer Hank 104 ltOOO do 63113)4 lUHkofBKew York. 114 luOO US 6-80, c, 06. li. 111'., 100 Canton Co bo 78)4 100OO do 6311234 30(1 i'ac Al 8S Co....60 44^ _.oP0 US 6-110,c. '67 112)4 fOJ ___ do. 44)4 liaiwi uo ll i 'n WW weal Un TP! oa_V SiUOJO do bOll'l'*, SOU Mariposa |>f 6 2000 no c Ul'>4 100 W?IU-KarMo Ex.... 49?i 280HJ US 5'u, 10-4(1, r 112 20 Am MUlix.... be 6:1 S lOOU N Oar D'a, o b.... 46 600 Heading KK. 112'. 12000 Missouri ?'s 93 IE00 do be 112V S10U0 do 98.V YOllliSAMWKR luU'i 12000 Mo 6'a, II ? St J !x 07 200 Close A Pitts Kit... 114*4 8000 N V 7'a, b I, r. ... 108 100Chic 1NW RB 71', 1(100 N * Ceu 6'a, '88... Flit 101/ Chi A N W' pf 90 llKiO Erie 4t.li m b'J 46 New Jer C KB.. .b c 1061s 3000 Cell Pae did bili.. K> 800 Ohio A R 1 Kit 108'. 40n0 Ua Pan KK 1st m. fc8), rOJ do b e 10*14 llidflflUn Pao I a bs 84 100 Tol.W A W Rlt.... 69 3000 CbloA N VV s f b... 101 15 P. W WA O rtd 100 SUO0 Croat Wist, '61.. 96 1(4/ Uhl.i .* MM KR 44 11*10 C.O it 1 C 1st .* R7'i 2'KI St L 4k I M RR 6(?KI Cedar P A Mill 1st. 84's 98 Morris A Mill 93 1000 SlL. A 1 M latiu.. m;v lOi O, C, A tud C KU.... ll"4 IMS ii'i io. k i'. M. $5000 Co 6'a, HI, c 115 6t5l)uOO UP 6-20. c. CJ.bSO 112J4 10000 0 8 6 20, e, '07 US 30000 ?lo 112 ^ lOOuO US 5-20, c, '62.. -sti 11216 One n'lliU'V i*. MU $4000 Tenn 6's, old 71V 100 sbs N Y O At! R R... tW.'? ?0W) 72 800 do 90 >V 2000 Toon6'a, II 7116 1000 N Y O* lilt Kit ol. 01 I 8000 Cen Pao aid bita.. 0% lnO Eile Rlt i 9UUII Erie 3d 94 200 Harlem KR 128)s 100 slis Alt I Coal Co.... 32V 10J Aiiob Con Kit 120'. ?0o Mariposa pt 100 L 8 A M SRR...,he IO8V4 400 l'ao M 88 Co 44 M 800 ('lev A Pitts RK 119 200 Am Mur U;i Exp.... 5.1 100 Cltlc A EU I KK.s&l 101 !4 20 VYetls-8areo Ex.... 50 100 (la be 108'. 100 Adams Ex Co. 81 100 Mil A St P K of H? 1 3.10 K Y (AH K KK. .b o 96V loU Del. t A W 1414.... 188'4 loo do bCU 96.V 200 do P'sV erac-T ninriri:i9 5 j i .iuw yjj' '.I.I i 9. Ila!f-;?nsl I'uur o*( look i'. .M. Western Union. 58'.'a 5SU iVorthiYrntern pf ytit0 a PO'j 1'ncitio Mail.... 44 'e a Honk Islan i.... lll-i .. n 10s N \ Central wi'.i a IkSfi st. Paul Klka Wm N V tVn acrip.. PJ'ja SI;'. St. I'aul prof.... Ml'j i? S'.ty Krle a 'Ji ? Wabash 6f'.l a l'.eii'l.n ; lll;'.va 11U Ohio .* Miss ... It n 41 'i Lake Shore 108', a 108W Union 1'u.n.ii*.. lin.y a ait * fUUburs iiS'in us uoltCJiuliini a OH Nortliweitern .. 71% u U/? THE COURTS. UNITED STATES DISTRICT CDU.TT?I.I B4NXBUPTCY. Itniiliraiktcy .\iiiiu!!mI. In Ihf Math r of Coif aiul ll .mt. trail'an as t 'ole <f> Co.?The order of adjudication in involuntary bankruptcy against tlic above Arm, rvlio traded I lnriiOiy in New York and Boston as liquor and gcriera I merchants, on tlic coiibeut oi l.ilvviu .mines, counsel tor toe creditors, ami lfiwetr Brown and Jacsson lor tne alleged bankrupts, >vas vacated. L'NITLO STATtS CMWijlO.ltAS' odJ IT. I'lnirtc of SiniK',vl<ii'(. Before commissioner Uavonport. 'ihr United S'atps is. Janus Cojf.?'Itie defendant Is charged with having been engaged In the smuggling of 60,ooo cigars lrom Ha vana Into tills port, on , board Hie sioaiuer Jlorro Custlo. He. was committed i in UetauU oi ball lor exunuuauon on Monday, j BROOKLYN COtlTS. UNiTEO STATES CMWiitDNERS' CTJIT. 11m Recent Wltinlcey It a til. Before Coruialasiouov Wuulow. James II. Cassidy und Michael MCMitlion, who were arrested at the whiskey raid, Ittshlown, on Friday morning, on (Be charge of illicit distilling, were yesterday released on Ball in tin sum of cacti. t'assidy'H bondsmen are I'ljdip Mulltvnii. of Decatur street, an I 1'eter Kmlcy, of I'arx avenue; MoMahon's, Lawrence Brady, or No. 62 t West Fortytirst street, Md Matthew < boat, of No. ">i? West Forty-second street, New York. SUM03ATrS_CJJ.tr. Wills Admitted?Cluiritiibli' ft r<j? ('?<?. I'd ore Surrogate Veeder. During the past week ine (surrogate admitted to probato the wills of Dernardua Lyndaiager, of New Lots, and Frederick Smith, Walter Lurre, Mary M. flrcen, Jacob F. Mayer, James Hushes Sus&nua Church and William B. l'.uckiiout. ol Brooklyn. The lollowtng bequests appoared in the will of James Hughes:? $l,uO ) to the Koloruie I Preabyterlait church, in Hyeraou afreet; #1.000 to tue Ke lormed Presbyterian bynod, to i>e upp led to ttic support ol superannuated ministers; ai.buii to the Foreign Mls.-n.ui rund, and $i,ooj to lite seminary at Allegnany, I'a. Letters of administration wore granted on the estates of Aume Ifrennnn, joliti Lynch. Robert Manning, Kltcn M. ilaikctt, it assail Nun, Leopold Diesch and C. Fischer, ail of Brooklyn. ji:ffi:rs?x nutster police coiiit. A diminutive specimen or tlio genus y>n>r ntade bis appearance in Jefferson Market Police Court, before Justice Sliandlev. yesterday morning, in charge ol an oitlcer, accused by Solomon I*. Kosner, ol 601 Sixth avenue, of trying to steal uom his tui seventy dollars last Friday aiteriioon. The till had an alarm t ell attached, and Its ringing attracted the attention 01 Solomon, a lio was in the back room. Running into tno store lie saw tlio I Utile gamin skedaddliug, and securing him handed ! him over to an o liter, the prisoner, who gave his name a- rhonias Wtlllum , aged nine years, was held for examination. Michael Holland wu< arraigned yesterday at Jefj fcrson Market Police Court for beating Ins wife in a j shameful and brutal manner because stie had a treacherous memory. Brl I (his wife) made a might mistake, and retired io rest in u bed not occupied by her ltcero lord, nut b> some one cl.-o of ifio same sex as Michael. Itndgel nrcseuted a horrible appearance, the lesult ol the boning sue ii.ul received. merely because she made n sllgut mistake about her rcsilng place for tlic night. Michael was giveu an opportunity to got ltd of Ills miner in u quiet little retreat, without any oue to disturb lutu or Interrupt his leneoiious. Mary Hamilton, a domestic at Xo. '>7 West, Thirtynlutli street, nude tier appearance tit Jetternon Market Police Court yesterday, uud with a remarkably ^?rtous cast 01 countenance, and v. it it an extronn ,y voluble tongue, charged l oom as (ook wttii having stolen three dresses, a hoop start and a while skirt, valued at twenty dollars, which she had eutrusiau to htm lor safe keeping. Thomas, who was a shorthaired, "iray"-looking young "feller," denied the Holt iinpeachiuent. He was locked tip, however. TIIE MAYOR'S OFFICE. Instructions to Pilot* ? l.oenl Mtoawrrs? lili'tiisn nnd Complaints. The ordinary business at the odlce of tho Chief Executive was, like In most other places, rather slack during the week. The riot tended to make matters lively, but the dlffc-rent bureaus in the odlce continued in the even tenor of their ways as usual. The following shows tuc work done:? Mr. Cardozo, cliiet of the Ordinance Hureau, received during tho week ending yesterday seventyeight complaints or violations of various city ordinances, twenty-six ol winch have been satutactoriiv settled, and the remainder referred to tnc proper departments tor remedy. Marshal Hart, of tho I,let use Unreau, granted the following flcenses dnrtng the week ending yesterday Kvprivs wagons, s; carta and cnrtuacn. ?-<; coaches, as; venders, 88; l<oardmg houses, ;t; jtiok carts, 8: second hand dealers, a; drivers, is; total, Id. Amount received. *+8a ftO. The following notice, complied Irom tho ordi nance# relaitng io the running 01 steamboats around me city, was issued yesterday by the Cltv Marshal SECTKts 1. Whenever sny nieambonU shall meet fact ntner on tho waters of the lie t, in Hirer, i.r any ntaei waters within tho jitrlsdltlun 0; litis y.atr, each cost a?. meeting ah all go toward that .Me of the river or lakswtmt Is to the atarli > nil ur right at,la ot anoh boat, *0 a< to eunhit uio Inula an meeting to | ara 1 ne'a oUiti witit n.uetv. Hrc. 7. v> lit never any aiimbont snail I* going 10 the asm' direction with another sic unb jut, ah* ul of It, it alutll not l?( law.ul to navl.nl ttio l.rat niantloved hod so an to approaet or pass the other host en being abend, within tlm dlitnnco 01 twenty ynrdi; anil It aliati not he la wfttl an to navigate thi ; atc.nnboat a . Indus nlie:nt as nunece?.ifllf to bring :l wKlili twenty yar la of the steamboat following it. > Pe s 11a bar ns Inform Ue i;. au 1 wl'ling to give It, o 1 fractions of tne ibuw dUltha, Wl , ptna.u a. 111 tn-!: ilainei and ad?li'c?s0i to lint Marsh.I, Put the proper tmUa tuaylc 1 c m metis >u to cr "jrc? lh on 1' a. It it It T- H.trsuaL. SHEET. ETt.fiUK.Ly* AFFAIQG There were 1 '7 persona arreted la Brooklyn last week. The collections by the Rovenue department of i Income una and special taxo* during the pstit year uiuuuiitcd to f WO.u&l Tho Tlilrteentn Regiment, N. 0. 8. N. V., ywill turn out to-day to the funerals or Sergeant Wyatt and henry 0. l uge, of tue Ninth, regiment, New York. Charles Klnsclla, tho German who drove his i wagon over Rev. M. G. Clark, of 3K0 court street, on the 25th of June was hueit twenty dollars yesterday by Justice Delmur. Assessor Clinton Gilbert, who wus shot on Friday during the whiskey riot lu the I'lftli ward, Is lying In a critical condition at the Naval Boapttal. James 1 II. Cassldy and I'hiiln McMhIioii. the two men who < were arrested during the riot, were held 11 hull in tho sum of $6,000 each by Commissioner Winsio-.v. Tun b*own Cnivkksitv Ckkw.?Tho University boat crow of Brown University has arrived a' , Spnn&fleid, Mass., and will at once enter upon a course of training, preparatory to the college regatta of the mat of July. MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. Married* Rkown?Owbn.?On Saturday, July l">, by tho Rev. W. D. vVuiker, J. G. mows, Esq.. to M-.sa Emma A. OWln, both of this city. No cards. anuria?KorroN.?in urooktyu, oa oaim-uay, jui/ . 15, by tlio Rev. Mr. Torrv, l?. Wh.kbihon i i htih to LorrtK K., daughter of Otto Kotiou, M. L>. No cards. Foster?Hart. ?On Monday, July 3, by the Rev. J. Paubresje. 8. J., at mo Church of 8t. Kruucu Xuvier, John C. Fostkr, Jr., of Brooklyn, K. i>., to Mauuib A. liAKT, of New York city. Riciiaiu>?McQillivkay.?in Brooklyn, on Tfiurs lav. July 0, at the residence of tne bride's parenln, by the Rev. Or. Storta, Mr. Pkhdicuick id. UioiiAito, of Cuba, to Atist Ki.i/.ain.nt CuuumNA, tii.rd daughter of John McUllllvrny, Ko|. (Hid. |)ki>kohi>.? on Friday, July U, at her residence, | Port Tryuu, Washhuttou Height*. m. Amhma Usd- i roan. wife ot Dr. Frederic Bediord. Her relatives and Mends and those or the f amily are re?|?eeirttlly nmt.-d to attend the funeral, oil I Monday morning, July 17, at hatl-paateleveu o'clock. | front Grace church, Broadway and Tcu.lt hi rent. i B0YI.K.?on Saturday morniusr, Jniv ir?. at his ' resilience, 101 Nineteenth street, South itiooklvn, ! JodKi'ti M. ltovi.K, New lurk and sandy tluok pl.ot. I Nnn.in nr runni-ul hereafter. UUCKLANI).-0UAKI.E8 UCOIfT.ANO, Jr., ASO'I 21 years and 7 months. IUohlow.?Ai Montrose, Nhhok county, N. j., on , Thursday. July id, co, Fhkhkimc Itioci.ow, sou of ] Moses and J una Fowler r.i;;eli>w, ujred years. lite itinera' services will i?e held ni Crave uhnroli, Newark, N. J., on Monduv. July 17. at. luiif-past four o'clock I\ M. 'J'lio relatives will meet at the dome of uis fattier, l,d2o llrond street, Newark, N. J., at half-ija.it three 1'. M. CA0i.imtB.si.?On Thursday morning, July 11. APJSLlNH M. l'. OilUtOLb, Wis.: 01 1 ft!U"l , [', </.u'ro:l C.'ulleiea, in tiio & 111 year ot her Offe. I Tiio reluitves and lriencts 01 the madly are reap \;t! fully luviled to attend the kuernl, troin her l.i'e ' resnlouce, 2Jl West Tenth street, m , .1 Uy ! lo, at two o'clock. Boston papers mouse cony. c a a 1 en tk it. ?011 Friday July if. U10 Infant sou of Ward und Ainadu M. Carpenter. ; The relatives uud trieiuts of iho fnnid.y are re- ' rpccffuil.v invited to attend ttts fuiiorui . rvie-i. a' I f>,> West Thirty-Urnt sticet, on tniluninv. at liair-pasi ; sitven u'rioch I'. AL Ills lt'iuiiti.v Will he t;'.ICCn to I I ltie White flatus Cemetery on Situnay Morning. j Ci.aRK,? (shot, oil Wednesday, July 1.1, m Twentysixth street, neur fJljuriilIt avouuo, by the 111IIt? try. 1 ana dieu 00 Friday, J at/ i4,Jakos ut utc, second bqii of CulJiurittc and the tale lllcliart Clark, itufj'i 41 years, 4 moulds hu 11 (lay. The relatives and friends .11 e respectfully luvhed to attend toe funeral, from lUe ro-tileiiee ol ills sons, No. oss Third street, ou Monday, July 17, ut elevo.i | o'clock A. M. | Corcoran.?(in Saturday, Ju'yifi. iambs Cokim- j ban, the beloved husband or Catharine ( oiroi au, of 1 lirauard, county l.ungtord, Ireland, aged W years. | Tho remains vrlit be taken 10 the cnurcb of the j Kpiphmiy, second avenue, corner Twenty-thai street, at naif-past mac o'clock, atnl tli-a 'c t > Calvary Ceineteiy. CoROOHAS.?Ai lits residence, ?>( Broadway, Wit- I 1 lhtinsnury, oil Friday, July It, Ua-MSl a wish cowj for.an. Ttu* relatives and friends or riu* family are respe (- | fully invited to uiteud me runcrul, 011 Moudnv, July j IT, nt two o'clock. ( wan.?Ou Saturday, July 15, <\ nn Maui a Cowan, wicl w oi Aatat Cow an. T iv relatives and friends are resiecff illv inviicil . to uMoud the fun, rot. ?ervje> s, at tier 1?11- ; <-sjo -n ' ji: llenrj .u.reet, on Motidty, Jul; I", it huif-fa 1 seven o'clock i\ M. enii-Man?At Ihauiilmd. N. J.. ,>'i Saturday j i morning. July K>. John s. Ciiai'ma*, M. D., iuie of ' . New York, ?scu V? years. Funeral services will tic held fri>ni lus lute rv.->idence, I'tnmflcld, N. 4., on Monday. July JT, ut half| jia-i uiue o'clock A. M. i C/itowr;.*?At Jamarn, L. 1., on I'll irsdny, -I 11I 1 Jiumi;: It., only clulil of J nines K. ml K '.ninth 11. | Crown, aged It years, w moid ha .mil so days. Hie relatives iiuii mentis of ihc Jaiuliy are respectI'nliy invited lo attend the Itineral. Un (Niimlityl ?ftcrnooii. :it two o'clock, riom the rostUcinv ot tils parents. Fallen street, Jamaica. Tlio remain* v. Lit lie taken to ticcenwood Cemetery. J'oi t.r. ?on Saturday, Juh t >, U'ltawtv Virion, Infant son ot James aiiu Lucmd.i M. Doyle. aged to months and is days. I i-'unerai trom tue resldeuee of Ills parents, uw I Fast 119th street, tiaikuu, on Monday, July t", at | one o'clock. Fauukm..?t)n Friday, July 14, or convulsion*, j J'.tiN JosKett, youngest son ol Martin and Janulo ! Farreli, aged i year, s months and t days. The trtends ot the taiiuly. and those ot hJs r>ncle, I the Ian* dev. John McUiiuu, are rcspeetiully invited i to attend the tunerul, Iron, Uiu phlence of his , parents, :t83 West Foitleth sticor, this taunday uf- j I ternoou. ut one o'clock. FAUtAir.?un Friday. July it, of Jaundice, Mai itiita Faklky, aged vi years. The relatives and mends oi the fauilly, al-o the meinoers of tin: Siuyvcsaut ttujr.l, are re i'ci iin ly utvlied to attend lite funeral, ttnsd i.v (Sanda, i from i the residence othis aunt, Mis. (ioggins, No. JO fUih street, near Jtowcry. Fkuuis.?On F'ridaV, Ju?v it. Jajiks fnwann, son I oi i-'raneis J. an I Maritarei Fori is, age t a y ar*, J Inontlw and 14 days. I The relatives nu l friends are respectfully invited i to literal the funeral, iro;u I lie rostiranr of tils parents, tnl-t (bund iy) ufternoon, July ifi, ,ir ivo , I o'clo.;K. from 24 Va ca avenue, itca. liroadwuy, | riruokiyn. K. D. 'Iai.i.on.?On Saturday, Jnlv Nrlsok f'.Abuos, i yon inject son of Kdwanl ami Jaun L. t;uU>.i, a^el i ye ir and 10 mouths. liflativs-s and Utcnds are most rcspo unit , invlt * 1 to utiend the tuner,u. from ins p treat " i :iu ,ir, ana West Forty-first s.reet, near Cirflxthj avenue, ou Monday, the 17th, at two i\ M. iJiildtk. ? jii I rhlay insht, July U, John Cjudik, of consumption. Relatives .intl friends of the la rally, also members of Corinthian laxlne ol 1. ulnl A. el., Ihe v Vora Caledonian Club and the ytereutyjc'rw Association arc invited to alieml inc liineral. fi "turns lut" ies.uem e, No. ?>t second at reel, t iiday (Sunday, J my 1*1, at half-past one o'clock I'. M. COlllTTMAN Ik. No. 4H*. I'. \ " \. M. ? fhvthi reu, yon are lieroo.v summoned i?? meet t tlio lo ;e , i room', coi tier oi Tliirtv-iourth rtif't .tint Hro.idtv. , j tin i day (Suti'iay;, nt twelve o'clock alutrp, for the I purpose ol attending t'ie funeral ol cr lai. brother, i John Moldte. iMeiabeisot ilui intermit beiongm : to the Caledonian club and inc i mem has. had C'tnt) are invited to tunic with its. RIJtVlN 1,1'A CI I. M ister. The members of ilia Dtereotrperf .*> .? I ion am l notified to attend the turn .at ol Joiur CohUc, lUis ! d.iy (Sunday.', at one o'clock, ironi nt se. ond street. JAMKS HA V.F.N I'll -lUOM'. ( kay.?<)u Sa'urday, sidy at tni t . .1 71 East Flgiuy-sixtn At reel. 1sabl.i.i a c., wile ot Johu I r.ray, unci rlMKhicrot Daniel and Ann Munsori,aged ' 27 years ami i moiitliM. J Her re.ai'ves iuiil friends, au l 0 of the until ', I are respectfully mvi'.cd 1; attend tin- funeral, <?n M<<n<lav, July 17, from the Presbyterian ciiur li, I KlffD*y'-?!xtlistreet, betweenThin ami 1 ouriu avenues, uf one o'uiock I'. M. (loLDBAi.'HEii.?On Friday, .inly 14. Vat Gohnbachkr, aged 08years, i month an 1 s urys. The relatives ami friends <n the tuiuilv arercstwcU Mil 1 v Invited to attend tliu funeral. on Sumiav. U<u iuHf.. at nine o'clock A. M.. lruin id Four'a avenue. llAsiSAito.? On Thursday, July l.'k of cholera Inf vvMini, Ricuaup, only cliild of Uulurd mid tliu Uile Maggie 14. Uassard, rated a mcnins ami il days. Relatives ami Iricrvds are Invited t? uitvn.l to a funeral, from l<5 Ma eon street, Rrookl.v u, this ',sunnay; alternoon, at rhreo o'clock. Uaiuut?At Molt HilVeU, Joskiti Lloyd, .sou of Joseph L. and Kllza V. Ualgiii, agiAl I year and T days. Funeral fvom the liouro ol hit parents, at M"it Haven, on Monday, July 17, at throe o clock I". M. Trains leave T * enly sixth street at hall-past. two o'clock 1'. M. Uouajway.?At FordUam, on Thursday, Jniv 13, Anna Eliza Uolloway, eldest dainrtmr 01 William and Susanna ilolloway, aged 3 years, & months and lt? days. Tue iricnds of the family art re.*'pec* fully invited to atieml tuc fiinstai. from thwir re.vwenco, Mailiaou avenue, on Sunday, nt in o o'clock. IIkm.man.?Oa Monday mortuhg, .Talr to, by drowning, Lona Ukll. 1 an,amd.iiJ Tears. The nuioral will lake place iTu.< day (Sunday), at rtvo o'clock i'. M.. irorutlie rest fence of Ills parents. . No. 323 Last Thirtieth street. .Relatives and frteuas i are luvited io attend. Johnston.?Suddenly, on Tticfduy, July li. William J. Johns run, ot brie, i'a., in his 30th ? ear, I Troy uud .VPiHiry papers fucose copy. jc osoN.?<m Saturday, July i.?, istl, ah 1:, i ' da lighter ol Warren ami Agiies Judsen, aged Id 1 J years ami ft months. 1 ! ' The relauves ami frtonds are invited to attend Hps i tiinvr.il, iroin the residence o; her oi'.vnts, No. t^ ' | Atiomev airee;, on Monday aitcrnoou, at two , o'clock. r Kkkkbl.?On Safurdav, July i*. t the ryllen < v of tier mother. Mrs. Marr I niveau, 1"0 waverlej 1 piaeo. i'llkhk J. kkrkkl, wifoo1 WiRiani Krokol. The funeral will take pmce fr-p-a me ahove redone", on tooud 1 aft -rnoon. at'.rro o'clock. I'm , ri lntives and mends arc invite** to attend. Kikun'an.-<Ju Friday. Ji*>7 14. Mia. liatouv 9 Kikrvan, widow (4 Owen Kiornan, a native of IM county Lona.oid, Ireland, in tho Unit year >1 he# age. THo relatives an.' fr ond iof the famfl.f are r* peetfully invited to mi Mi l the funeral, from rifr into residence, ii>7 Maul Twenly-sevtuitii aireet, Una (.-.uiiuuy) afternoon, at one o'clock. Kino.?On Friday, July 14. atlt-4.'>A. M.. at Jia Wert I'orty-aecoud street. Ki.ita apa (Mine), oily child ol Thomas and*ilaria HeroeiorU Knitf, ??e<l 14 years and s mouth*. The funeral will take place from the Church of tlx* Holy CrosH, West Fortr-aucfind atr'-oi, on Moiinav, July IT, at eleven o'clock a. a. a aolmin remnant man will be celebrated lor the repose of her auaL friend* of tho fami.y aro respectfully invited *<? attend. KLArrBNiroFf.?At Ilohokeu, N. J., on Saturday rnorauu, J *iy 15, Avaa ra. Infant UMgitter S i.oorge nod Henrietta Klalteuhoir, tufvt i month* alio 80 days. The relatives and friends ot the family are reHimctfullv invited to 'jtieii I lite lun rai, thnrj.Hunctajry aficnioon, at t>vo o'clock, iro-u the i esideuco of ner parents. No. so lllooinfield Htreet, liobokeu. Latimhk.?On Friday, July 14. WiiddAsr'f. f.ATtmkti, into of Latimer Alrothers A Seymour, m<"l M .> ear.*. Funeral <?i Sunday, July 1(5, at three o'clock P. Ik, at the Stvcdenb rjjiai church, No. 114 fCaat rhwtrtlitit street, between Lexington ami Fourth *vt>nuea. Lkaiiy.?On Friday, July 14, Miciiaki. Lraiiv, ? nativ or Cai>t>ouuiit, county Waterford, Ireland, uiit'd \j years. llolutlvcs and friends of the family, and of bt? brouii'i* John, .lames. Maurice atid William Leahy, are invited to uiit n.l me luueral, from hi* laie residence, nil* Second avenue, this day (Sunday), at oner o'clock. LociiKKrv. ? At (ircetiviSle, N. J., on ftmnnMy ntornma, July 10, Mauik ansa, iw.u dauuh.er ?T V. iiiiaiii 0. mid Sarah A. Hoc .o, ty, age i u nays. Ttlo oody will he taken to Aioauy lor lutermeut. Lookom. -on Friday, July 14, MAitv, wife of MIcUmoi i,o roui, lu the iOth year of her aj;o. Tho relative and Irlcuds or Ui" lunn y ere respectfully invltod to ailonit the funeral, from her lale residence. ,'W4 Tontit avenue, corner ol F'nriysccond street, tula (Sunday) alt moon, at two o'clock. LtOUNSHFIKY.?Ull rrinRY. .UliV 11, ANN Lounhuicby, ivUe of Jumes It. LounHbery, in tlie iv.tli 1 oar of iter ago. Tlie il lative* anil fricrnl.-i of ti:o family nre re.pectlully Invileil to Attend tlie funeral, irom ner late reMiloui'.o, No. J?;.i Ua?t Tweulieiti nlrem, un Monday, Juiy 17, at tluvo o eloik I*. 1*1. itiAnriv.?In Jersey Ciiy, on Thursday, July J. TU??e*t U. Majii'i s, afffiil 65 years, 1 month and 3a days. , . Iletualun|wcre m: erred m WooubrMge, N. J. Uasski'.?iii Hiooai.vii, on Frirty, July 4, Joirw It. Maissky, eldest nun of tlie late Dr. VVIUUMi B. iui) loiaUvuH ;i,iii in nil i of Uu family are towwtImly luviica tu atiI'lui tii'? '.iiuerai, from tbo e'loe* sircol Maltm'tni r,,n.. Uiiui i li ii'iti, on Momtay mornlUg, .lllly 17, Ul tun ?'.,luoK. Mi'KPiiy.?t?u i'ti UnJay, July 11, alter i iinxorttiji tllui'-w, Jiwi .'ii U. MiiiPUV, iu Ui" iiin y .ir if iiui age. i lie relatives .ia i ?i- .?u i.-i of tiw family urn i>j-iih,j?fuiiy luvitau to alto till uie fuuurai, ! xu hUlato ? si'leoec, Nesvaiic in.rjt, H".t ttua uo -iiiry av'MOe, J' t.iov city lloif.IiiM. cu Moiii'ttv iitienioii.i, a- two 0 s lOVlU AIcC auk. ?On Friday, Jiilv j i, a.lor i ions ami tedious tllnc**, nrhicii WboniritnOl rlstiau fortitude, FIuwakii MciUahk, sou <n .lotm ami Culiartiie IK'Oal'O. agC'l 41 yearn 0 luomlis uuo Ho du'4, ill" leiu lives ami inemU ?>i iiu* uiuiiiy uie ics|iectfuiiv ro'i'itmt'vl l<> attend tue iuiieial. tins (->uihIat) iiitorncon, at two oVIo'H, from lu, late resilience. 4li Must iwciu.-iiiin <iroet, ami lrom tiiuiine to 1 11 vary <.eitiCiOi's tot i.uci'uieut. Motif,III,f,\NU ?'iii MUlU'il.'I.V, .!IllV Irt, IVir.r.fAM lj., oni.v eon o( vviiiiain j. anil Maria f. McuieiiaMt Hfit i i year, i month i and 4 tlajub t no relatives ami incmlsoi the family, also tm? iticmoers ol KnmKei hooker l-oily No. nvt, I'' ami A. M.. uiv rehi't-cifuilv iavitml tu atioml the uineral. !.. in. I.linian m lua I'Klini* I . i I'ltfi 1/ ul.H/luL fin Sunday. .nil.) i(i, ut huU-imst one o'i'hicK. M'llow an.?Ar nntKi'r'A l'otnt, on Friday, Jul/ 14, Mumiaki, M'IJowan, uline *?l the pari-h of Anmt01111, county t.eicr ia, Ireland, aire 1 4J voars. i'ne relative* ami irlenda are re..)>t?ei,(iin./ invited to ai t.i'ivl tile luaeiui. ihis (Sunday) niternoon, ut two o'clock, irorn St, >1;io'h nnurcii, Hunter's coi t, Uieiiee Mi the (Jcmmery of! iu Holy Cross, llatnu.slu Ml'I aui.i.n.?on Friday, July 11, i- kanuks, lulaut (iini'.'luer or allies uml launle Me!*arlen, a^ct 4 liin'iiiis and i iinvH. 'i lie luuerul wi'l Hike ylnec in en the residence of her pari;ins, No. lilo i.e.vinai *u avenue, ou Sunday. July I'l, tif teu o'cloi \ A f.I. r>ic(. u atii.?On Friday, .inly 1. fVii.traac MiHIuatu, aired .?years, eHora vdiort dines*. Relative* and fr.eii.'s mo inveod to .i ie.ul tlto funeral, flti* d:ty (Sunday), at two o'clock I'. M., from his l.tle re'iuk-ucc, second avenue, seoouii uouae Irorn lltilli slivi-t, N'l.iii.Y?iju J'rid.iy, July M, altar h ton# dine**. If \ it in by M., wile el Joliu Neeiy, in 'rie *J,'n y-\irof tier aire. Relatives and friend-* of tii?? I'umLly are Invited to aii'-tui the loin-nit, fi'dii r- ; iessieie * <> her ?iv r-his. it i enue 0. this ismidayt aitmn'wii, at oa? o cluck. ohlssk*.?Oil Friday ovcmuit .1 t?lv 14. of typiitu icvr, uiKK' tiii 0!ii.s*.5\, <>i lMvtou, imuvver, Itcnnany, lis Hi- Hi i y?\ir of Ills a;p'. Uolauves uii'l twii'H ai'1 11- j i." u'liily Uiv.'.eil fo ftl'OlHl lUC IllU i.ll, UOIU Ih'J Il'Sl'loUl* of lulus 0. I l e Men, aj l.ro.io >, IlriMkiyn, tt'.. !?., la-j. unlay I iiltarnoou, J til v ill, k two o'rl >Ca. I 1ivtiw.?on Friday evouuir, July 14, lull, at h:ilfi i?im vo-ic, J ami; A> oaiK... a.:- i > yearn Mic 1 unci ill Will tu.it* place irons sr. I'.arth iloiM.'w * ' chnrrn. comer of (.rem J?n > street .?i.'t !..?(' i riisioe, mi Suuoitv (tuts tinyk ui t?o o'clock urecutel*. I 'I'ue Masonic Fraternity, Orilei ?>; LUs and iruudw i uit* invricrl lo aiteml. Mt.r VuHK I/O).ill, No. 31'*, I' iTi'l A. M. ? I r<iu:t?i::knt? Vuu ate iiurebr iii>u.ie<l to alio ml a 1 iSpccnil CoiHuiuiil '.itloii t>[ Now 1 .irk Ln tNo. .lil, I. uriU A. M. it; lie Held at tlio tot if" rooms, Ii.to irs ItiiiJilliiir, ilils (ijiinuayi ufreruoou. n' oito (/cook, lor lio purpose ui pay ins last lr.utile ot re jieoi. in ouriato jvrolXi James A. out t (nop ilfliia oil'. JOHN WFF!M. It. P. o. Ir\?The Benevolent and Protective Oner of i'.Us will iui?uuil>lc ul iteaiiiiuarten*. Masouir Hull, tilia oav, uvolvo o'clock M., lor llio purpose of aitt'riflJrit; flie 1 uncial of our iute brother, J irn a A t'ttcs. by tirilorol GRORUK J. GREEN, R. U. P. A. iiahti.s'on Mum.has, .Secretary. f> s ir.*.?on l ii'lay, -luly 11, from a woun I r*> c 'iv,'0 iluiiic* tlio orii'iRo i.ur.i.le lit tins City, , Mmijaki. O'siiua, a native or Kuuis, county Glare. ; Ireland. Funeral on Suuday, Inly 16. at <>no o'c.oclc. front i lua lutn residence, 1,-jsm 'i'niM avonue, between i bcveiiiy-ionrut mui Severn.,-n:Hi streets. County Clate (nvlutuij pa:1 i t picnic copy. I PlCXMi to.?l)n Saturn.i., July i >. Ja , VtA of Tii'tiiius l'ie-.erJmr, u/e I ( >?>'ir sal moiittia. 1 ill-.' rclnu ves and IriouUi oi liio laiiniy are ic psctfu ly invited to ntteu 1 '.iu> mn Tat, >n con-lay adur. nooft, July 17, at two o'ctaoK, iratn her in c re*M> t'liee, .'ia?.Smitti street, w iFiuMisourg, w;iaieil mruier notice. I'la \T.iK.?on Maturday, Tilly l?, Julia Helena. elde- t (Suii'^litT oi iiunrsi H. an i li c a I'latqe, ugtt.i 11 vcjis unU i nion in. t i'i iiN.iUvei unit ini' itoi ilw family are respeot' 1 fulb Invited to attcud l M linierai, iroin tlio n*mili'i.V > in lie, par- ui, i ) De.iraw O'^ot. .niutu i llio i';!j'ii. on .iKmuii), "ly I., ui two o'clock l*. H. 1'hki <s.- ?i is, a danxiuor of M'cliael p. ! ami Anni<-' I'lielau. a^. < i,n.i. uiul a ino..:ioi. i l lio loliifl*' * He I in i; . "I tin! faintly are raeet I ful'.y Invlii'.l loa ui i tlie luii aL on Aioiiilay. Ju'.f i", ,u ii.ill p ui oi i ??' oek. iroat -.4f We.t '1'woQty; Hull street. . v'.rA.?on Safurda moriiluf. Julv is, after % brier nine is, i',t am i IVn .! am, oniy e>n of I'eorfe | w. uii'l A utile Mlv.i, U'-'l 1 year, '? uio.iiut ami i* mya. f Hie ? ' i ivps un'l rr. o"i i ui tlie fam'ljr a> * invlteii to alt u l Lite iiuuru icnu lit" resilience ol uts Ki".i'.Kiiii:liei', l iuiieis J. Mva. ims (Sutulay) at erno"ii. ui two o'clock, v. uli'iui. lur.iu'r notice | ,s! atthkv.?on iVteiiiii'sitav, July u, of a woimil j rei i ivi'd wlille K'unit uiuic irom work, in Knrluit u .enue, i'avkii i. Her,i iku.y, a native of eouuty tipperii.v. treiiind, ii'ycil4?Jyears. I'tie iiu it'ls iiml relatives hiu rcapcctfally ln?lteil to nuciiU trie liincivu i ats (Quintal) ail 'iuonu, ai two o'clock, itom ins lute residence. 2.1 Ki ',i ugrou street. smii,i.?On -Jaturday, July 15, John t\ .saim, agrtd M years. i lie relatives uuil friends of itie family, aiwo ma t memoers oi h n Nov 4i, 1.0. of >k t\, ar- invited to uit-oit the tun -ral, at his la'.* rcat| o"iice, Mib West iiuilr.oa site I, a. lu&tilay, at ouii | OCiOCK. I'. M. i t?t i.ijtan.?WiilUtM M. I'wecd 'ieocvolunt. Vssonliktioii.?The oitloer- ami inoniher ,.of tue Wdltaai .'it. i Tweed benevolent A*w>et;?;io? ?re respeuttuhy rei quested to uiec t ut their hall, UO Ueiitro Htre-t, on ' Sunday, July to, a' one o'uuefc, to aitcml 'he funetol ' ot deceased hrot'aer tneiuuer ' lummy MiMUvpn. Bf i urderot UDWARU UOIM'ERS, President. J ..KKMJ All llKVI.Y, MevrOKVjr. SrmvAitT,? suddeul). on t'riday. Jifjr :4, homa v., eldest ditttgoter of James I., and Catharine stewiirt, lit ttre IHtu year of ticinaiN . Tin' relatives ami ft ton l?o( tue lamtiy are roapoetfmly invited to attend ii.c ittnetal se.-vices, trout tha ! residence of Iter parents, :-go Knst FlfteeuMi street, ; on Monday, July 17, at oue o'clock l\ M. Squints.?auddeniy.ou TiuusUu/. July li. II enI Attn A., younger son of Joint A. attJ Mary R. squires, * I aged i .years, 2 tnortVs and It days. Tito roi.auves and trietms of tue fa utly are restweti hilly mviied to iivieinl iuo fugorul, from the root] deuce ol tils D ireiga, 271 Scvi kU street, tuta (sun, da)) aftr, noon, ai i W<> o'clock I i oittiAN.?In Jersoi City, on Htuurday. July 15. | aheiuslimt U'otcss. m ai urn Touuan. a native ot I itie parish of Rally McC minlclc, county I, m.rtord. i Irehttid, ucpnuw oi Michael and Matthew uoyle, | aged Ji years. Tue relatives an 1 friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend the funcr.it. on Monday, July I i" at nine o'clock A. M.. iroiu 'tis uto to-noone. i 2.U W ayne street, 'i'lto remains will i?e taken l > iit. Bridget a church. w neve a requiem muss will he sold j for the repose ot his soul. Van Sici.ks.?On Saturday, July li, KvsLr*a. daognter of tleorgo W. an I Sarah J. Van thdeu. . Motive ol funeral in Monday's oarers. Vino.?At the restdonrc of Mr-. Xogart, l?0 Amity tree, on Saturluy, July n, joiin Vtoo, aged w yearn. l ite relatives and friends will pious* a't nl I* i funeral to-day (Sunday), nt two o'clock, at the reali i donco of his si-tor, Mrs, Merrick, sti Aiulty ?ttaofc . Brooklyn. , Kondout papers plcasa/bopy. ' WiNTi'tt.?im Krid an July U, Joux Wutreit, aged 8i years and o mouiUs. I 'Hie relatives met mends are respectfully invited i ! to at'end the ti;fi?ral, ttyun tits iat" renh-no?, ,tt } ivtvirtif ou an.'t..^ r w ' *,iada?> aiwrao#?. at tvrf I