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THE PHALANX....fut Tb? Trtb-iae.
fut PhaLah? I O er iu rnsrble walls
1 ne rstohews al the Future ?leero ?
?hel'naitus! Tnrough lU amoiedaliB
lb? iAiukn.ei.ol Nature atream,
1 Bec the bero of U.? p.o*,
The isea dnbe-sto? tord of ?s?*
With .oyhty irama an<? Mty -??/
l'itteuipeol tue ?tant seul.
TheThalanx! on iu pure domain
F,1 entiers- P.iriteil Chain,
i a a -m Ikrfv of the and .
? Vil? and loved bloom Earth Bid!:
That Bhsdei P-rana s crystal waters.
The Phalanx ' to it? Eden-bowers
He?th* band? ol joyous I tiioiren play,
|^aertrf"g is ?loming ? plastic oours
\ irtue fur Life s tieroic day ;
Be?iy Bad ?>'u: sapaad tasjaitttsr,
kiowiedge and Luve go baud in hir-d.
Latiur becomes artittic pleasure,
Worship, spontaneuu? and granel
The Phalanx ! where Life's da'k enigma
sleet? a ?olution plain and clear,
Ami Deity ducards it? ?tigma
Wneu ?.n an.l borro* uiaappcar.
Wb* re men te rget their wiid tradition?,
To heed Hod? voice their hearts within,
And Nature? l?w?, whute ?tern coudiuuu?
None ever disregard and win
The Phalanx, where a ?oble aim
Wake? life ?igniticant, ?ublimo,
Where every mo nent ha? its claim
And every duty baa it? time ;
Wstate Wisdom i? the ?xieuiuon Roal
Ol Age, ut Manhood and of Youth,
The master passion of each s oui,
Luve of the virgin beauty Truth.
The Phalaax. where the word a fulfilled
" The servant snail the master be,"
The man ?hah there the Biatlon gild
And nation s now the mana decree.
Ambition then will godlike grow,
Aiming tu be indeed superior,
And true supremacy to ?bow
Ky elevating each lniurior.
The Phalanx ' Though great ?tar? ? .nL'glow
Cotipicuout in tha gorgeont sky,
Ko envy will the tmallor know,
True greatne?? never caused a ?igh.
But, bathing iu the liberal light,
The tomar will themselves increase,
A?d grateful lor tneir added might
Uphold the ??yuasty of Peace.
The Phalanx ! 'ti? the Chorch of Qod
Which, not content to read Iho talo
Of Je?"? ?"d the path he trod,
Will tread it too, and in the pale
Of m? great th lugbt include the life,
1 he institution? of mankind,
8etting up Breitberhuod for 8ti ife?
For Force, the empire of the Mind.
The Phalanx I Father hear our prayer I
Embrace us in thy heavenly sphere,
Let thine eternal oider there
Be soon on h ax lb embodied here ;
8o may thy holy will be done,
That each, in aiding all, may grow,
Our reason and Thy Beaton one?
Our woiid Thy Paradi?e bolo-v I
Casrnnul. ?toM to MM ? S. B.
Inalttntlen lor the Deaf end Dumb.
OnWedneaiiay afternoon the closins exercises
of the term at ti.i? DOOM Institution were bald, snd
passed oil' with the utmost order and satisfaction
to all pr?tent
The chapel in weich t?o examin?t on was held
was nearly tilled wit'i the pupil?', of whom there
are two hundred and twtn'y-lwo?ninety five fe
male? aid one hundred and twenty seven male?.
A l?rge number if vi?itort were pr?tent. The
examination ?h.ch had t.ccupicd two day?, had
been under the ?uptrvi?io.\ of a Committee of the
Bo?rd of Direct. It, Dr. aVdamfl being Chairman of
the Committee. Oa tha part of the State, liev.
tjeorge E. Day appeared in the place of Hon. Ch.
Mugan, Scwttary of State and SupoioitenJent
of Common fcu b ois. Dr. King, ouperii?enJent of
Common Schools in thu State of New-Jersey, was
After s few words from Dr. Pee t, the Pretident
of the Iuttitution, th? Brat ?lass was examined by
Professor Joaiali A. Cs ... i o of too teacher? in
rranuLBr. In this, department of Stady, t
plkjed a aio| bIbi ; toi , ??is o
?peach ware ? ^ 'orm com~
?Jeteseatec <c. ? I ?'. i ?neaee and
eorreotaesi seid i surpused bj th..o blessed
with the i:'rts of beari
The answers retornad to qeeettons on g. ography
?howeti ?u ei laintance with it, and tbo
aeronata ol ? i wi'i h
they were requestc i to ?J???, were well writts i.
In Aatronomy thei? prollciancy,?madderiagtito
?iitheuit nature of the ttudy, was truly remarkable.
They n?>e rapid ri of the Solar
System . Ol.e 0a tl S 0? Il r? id IBB ol iho Ccii'.cr of
the Universe, referring to it a? the Throne of trod,
wa? beautifully sif*eSSWcL One of the ?iris
?? WU?d 1 was a Utile girl at kotn?, I often iui*nioed Ibai
the ratio wa? coi rosad bul extend??! to tbo eoi of ihr ?ky
Bid ilie ?tar? were? UltM latui a W S?S I cam* lo lb* le au
tuuen I waaa.'.oi laLed U ?eat tlir f .lUIQIlia
??OgTa?*} BatWl I ? ??? ly It, 1 !c?rnoJ tnat
ihe tanh 1? a ruuud ?phere? and toe oceia 1? mure ex
Raaaveihsa it.? land, and r.t Igators tu ro arouul las
??rib Approaching thebigh*?t ciatt, wecrniT.
t wely ?a?roiiof.v, irutn s? l.ic? 1 was uiucP ?..
IbH Haw .?at? a? a? oa? of tb? I
It* ?un, aid thai il? ?un l? Ik* t.ird rpnlBr of tha aolar ?va?
l?:' ?i .i all Um planais are bit auaodanuv, sod, aiiba. as
UWIUBtJ SaSllltS BBS Hi-re'- I ?: BBS cali *l the
central mo, k. I? revolve.
Th ? r euoD it. ? ? t powvr, w >lue?? of
tbe ?rirai (io.i. Th-'cauiy of th? Universe wi -
bui ? nun USD) BS I men vanua. B . if a taBSal iiv?
Sjr?v?r,i wotb'iu'dtarveUoilaltafuily.BS we
thru kbal. obi? -> '
VanuuB qo -
?ioVncy wet? then ; ropoaed *nd answered with
A ?iatofwt i |fa the medium of
si,,i t and n *iow wai held betwaan twolemalo
attoi H?ls ln/j aa ae?
reas lof their? I ranee pre?
vious ka i and the im?
? : to tha
, . ? onver
- ;n Ian
?, .-. WltU
ad, B?e*, ^r\ n K t t, i? l>. ?
ti ? I
esses ai '1 a?
. Iffal im
,,,,.. t bi doua}
Insl iu..ou u
? dedarina a re ?
at?Jse atoasd U D re pn???d st tto BbWs^Bbsj oa
Tu'? a? rea tha Sup'nutendem of .
' ? j j', : ..- ??! addilnnal |
snamea ol th-nnpnirirs.wtor
?""^ six year?, snd hsving
****?*"* "J sssadasllim. were deemed
worthy ol tots ;r-> ,?,.,. ,,??, ^^ wtn htd be:a
Ti? Praswlaai ?aid tost on aba firoand ol sa ai
seranee f,v..,,.lm L, ?b? Baperieiendont of Cm
men Brheade he could deri?re the pupiU mentioned
inthere.il.tion. . J^
j^trnctHir, . . u ai u.? expense of the
J? ?^?'?yi?gf.ciu,lhepa- ?'
vrstf d iu htm, toenai - eettoaVmsas ol ?xid -*-- -- i
t receive !
il mas toril aweextjtj
''?''*'?'' .'.-?i- teil ?
r,,,,% ' ? toeinati
who had oompleted the course of seven years'
A.a'ri Arlraav?, ?Vvtn H Corn*, I, Marl?>?k'r.i-?*|i,
l.rwt. S \? . W ill tlar-. K l-r, |..,| H
i turtle? Lamas?WJutte?,t.
t'rtw I Hir.rcir, ? fr iwr S <?? art, J *?p>) r,- ?
f/ri, W Ha/iUoo, J-fleiaem liojt un, ftinanor ftarua,
D,r"lM V\ ?ilcri! S|,ror- Tklrr, g, ,n>tC
Thetc c<"'titicatn were Beetmspaaied hy a prm
tert copy <f a farewell leu?r, bearing the partr?it
of tie President of the Iastit . the pa
pi's ?? ? ui iu tie : |l . ' a >
kjf i' ?
?ewH'Wr'e sbeotto withdraw frrje
n, rtn.a-kt in the i -. 'the latnaee,
j which '! ?* toan - syesi a-. 1 when be
bads h ? b its i dren Lrewell his own eyes were
fol to overflowing.
Be-v Mr. Dty, n ?nme s:>?'i;H?.to rr-narltt,tv.pn
sde>d hit tettimrmy to th?' of Dr. Ad?m?. of tho
?ttiifactinn afforded by the eminent saccets with
??hi. h the labors of the ins tits tion bal baen
crowned during the pttt year, as evincsd by the
extiiiratirn he had made en the part of the
Dr. Kn,g of NewJertey then mide a h'ief ad
drtaa. in t?e courte of which he pa d some flatter
irtr compliment? to the Empire 8t?te, and el xiaent
ly end pjwerfully eulogized her Common 8uh">ol
By ?tern. He concluded hy ? brief parting word to
the pupil?, which was translated to them by a
A farewell address was then delivered in signs
by one of the graduating class. It had been pre
pared by Alvah H Cornell, another member of the
class, who had been prevented from himself deliv
e rit g it by sudden, though not s?ricas indisposition.
It wa? translated by bis instructor in the words m
whieb it had been written, and did honor to the
bead and heart of its composer.
The exercises were closed with s prsyer in
signs by the President
A number of the pupils were all ready to leave
for their homes when the exercise? closed, ?nd it
w?? an interesting and silectwg sight to witness
the fond but mute adieus between them and their
class mates and teachers, and especially their part?
ing with lira Stoner, ibe matron, and with their
beloved old President.
We believe there is no institution in oar city
better conducted than this, and none in any part of
the country where there exists more gratitude and
respect between teachers and pupil?.
The New York Institution fur tha instruction of
the Deaf and Dumb, is situated on Fiftieth-st near
the Fourth av. at a distance of somewhat more
than three and a half miles from the City Hail.
The grounds occupied by the Inatitution extend
trom tbe Fourth to the Fifth av. and from the Fii
t.eihto near Forty eighth street
Tbe Institution was incorporated by the Legisla?
ture of tbe State, April IS, 1617. The atoboot, bow
ever, was cot opened till stay of the following year.
For l?verai years the School was kept in the old
Alms lloute, to .ailed, in tbe Park, the boarding
pupils living with their teachers, in hired boutes,
in the city. Tbe foundation of the present main
bundii g was laid in October, le.',, the same having
hem guen by the Corporation of the city. Toe
building then erected, and occupied tor the tirs:
time, iu April, IM9, was one hundred and ten feet
by sixty, and loor stones high, int lading the base
ment. It oa? sbtca been eula'ged, by repeated ad
tilt,ont to more than double thccapa< ity of the orig?
nal ediilce, snd now presents S Iront ui two hun
tired and ten leet on Fiftieth tt. the extreme dejan
of tne win.'S bcincr ninety feet The building is of
Iniik ?nd stuccoed, appearing at s distance like
The managemptit of the Institution it entrusted ;
to Ibe lio?, dot Directors, twenty live in number, |
; elected annually hy the Soetoty. The President, ,
HtYvsryP, i'eet LL. D , who has been connected ;
1 with the Iiittitution since 1*:j1, has the general di- i
rat lien aad control of it? concern?, with the counsel j
: and advice ol the Kxecutive Committee. Associa I
. ted with him in the intellectual department are !
i eleven Pro'essors ai,.l Tea? I ? rs. In the do,
o'e i ir'.mcnt are a Physician, Steward, Matrou and ?
Attittant, and, in the mechanical department a !
Bo? k hinder, Cabinet maker, Tailor, dnoemakor, j
F.M" I. ur? each day arc devoted to 8ci.^ol oxer- .
eittt. independ? lit of tbe evening ?todies, and oa ?
tween three and four hours to the vario.it trade?. ,
The dhil> cxereitet Stftfas School are oponed and ]
closed with pray i r. and fnttatoae servisse ara bold ;
en the Sabbath, conducted hy the President and
Frofenor? in rotation.
At the elate of the last Annual Report (the thirty- ]
firtt i ihero were two Lmndri .i sad t-? enty-two pa |
pi!? under instruction, supported as tollows:?OBB I
na?dred and sixty by tbe BtatoofNaw \ >rk ; nine
by the ?rtate of Now Jersey ; sixteen by the City of
New York ; twenty eiirht by their fiends; one by ?
the Commissioners of Emigration, and eight by the ,
Il it the design of the iLtlitutioii to odacal
'Al ( n.ai. - to develo;.e aid cu!'..va.j tbe pOWSXl j
i ?<f the bod) , mind, and heart. And it ?
it rt ti) luict-ntul. Nearly seven bu .
. uals soxe of them very uupromitin'specimens of j
! humanity have participated m iU al. tu'i ?<>?, A,id '
' gone forth, with scarcely tin exception quali
a goeid degree, to discharge the various daties of j
'? focial life : cspableof self suppi ?: i
tfi happy rsepected. and not a few am mt?d by
the ho| tt oi a future life where phytica! infirmity :
' ?hah be unknown. .
T u asDAV, July II.
6TFA*?nir PACirir.?This vessel was passed
at 1 d o'etosb, on Sunday morning, in int. 4 ? , -. long
O!? 40, by the packet-ship Ocean Uueen, arrived at
tbit port, one was also passed the same day at 7
A M. South 8!oal, bearing north M m.les, by the
b>i| Cat. line, wived at lloaton.
The lliurr Firim.? .?The vuluntce.- If
who lcli \ettrday in the even; g train for Phils
Oelpbia, passed free on the ferry r.ud in the cars.
TI : y were about 100 in all
IfABJtUfll at mi. Five Point? ? Mr.Editmrt?
In ytnr papar
publish an aeoua of the .
Croas at- Temp?rai. * tu oc
enpy ai i ti er imull space in your ooiamna,ti ?t . ;
ar.d joaxreadari .. bow to tu connubial
l , :? - ?t approved anJ latest fashion. '
\\ , Bir, see rdii ? lo | ra? is notice, on Friday
? at,oar mtosi ? ilrew
rry, ws? 1 iwii'g with tin> dwellers ?
tbereabc taazioasl msd ss : the op
- i i , de, and
more iban a t - j ban- '?
i , r ( f .
tl e :, P i ? I
i d ih?; h , ?in,!., tent ?
?id?:. ? Mr Pi ase ??', 1, " John
1 want yon to ?vu tbe pi
til ibsm msn and wife, stld
wat in a dark
? : an dru: kou the Boor i
: Ik . a. a. ttad I it)
v | is excuse thit bo was I :..
?BStrii ?. hu':i woman spent all
lived ' >eNrral year? a:, i
pareLts iif ?everal children aril
been married. Several visits to them, a^
tin! by Woida of kirn!;.eis ai.J partof
tl.e Mi??ionj.ry and other? . v
remit abova ?ttosBaitmaV Thee:
hi raty hsppy. and are doing well.
C C. MARSH, >-<r;r?Ury.
?Tssms*, lato tat
Oca ?csan?Tbe iWo?> Joumai of Weinet
day say?, the New-York City (Juaxds bads hue
tire down the harbor yesterday, with ??be excep?
tion of some of the number w: o were samtoas with }
aicksras- Tbey want nearly to Ilinot'a Ledge, but
from sf me cans? did not succeed u takir. : many o'
the piscatory family.
An order was given yesterday to ha? e the Bos?
ton City Ooard?, Capt- Thompson, parade this
momie?;, aad escort tbe New York f\ty liaards,
Capt blcAriils, throngb the prmcipal ?treets, and
on to the Cvmmeip, where the N. Y. C. O '? were to
go tbiongh a dre?? parade- On acoeoiut >v?w?*er,
el the reeiiptof ?-hesa' inteUigenco of ike do a?
.; Prt? d.ntTav'or tb.'erd'^r was eoa'rf.r nanded. '
I s ?tsry. :
in? rrtrtl it soopted on awoaint ol Pae iL-ati? of
? the Prei'd-nt. Tbe Qur'a dorir* tbeir b-ief
visit, by their gentlemanly deme?nor. hare won the
rrsprrt and ? ?teem of i ur mi tvy, ml?
z?r.? a? have formed their ac ?uaintance. They
take with them the best withe? of their many
friend?, fir their prosperity and bappineaa
Thi8ixth Ward lUroRMtTiow.?OT.
Uar.ua yrstrr.lsy lodged complaints ?
f ?r-'-p. against fity eight in d I -o-rs^f
is/tff.r.uider.t.moit'y in Cross, Orange, an I LttaJ I
Water su. Some of the parties w. re br.u,'ht u >.
trd tare bail, while other? prom'sed to leave the
Ward. Th? Home Miisionary Society hare estab
? of Cr^ss ar.d Lif.'-r Water s*s.
an institution in which are emp'.ojed forty females
who manufacture ail kinds of garments and the
poor degraded women of that locality, by effeetin?
a reformation, can have steady empbym nt at
needle work in that institution, and ,be well paid
for their service?. This lot.kt encouraging, and no
doubt csqso will a great revolution, and it 11 to bo
hoped reformation, in tbe Five Point?.
Editorial Chauge?Rev. Henry W. Bellowt,
D D. anDour.cc? in ? late numbtr of the Chnttian
Inyvirtrhit retirement from the editorial direction
cf that journal.
Thi SrEiD or th? Georgia.?A passenger by
the (Jtorgxa has famiahod tbe Commercial Adrer
titer with the following account of the remarkable
speed of thi? steamer on her return voyage from
" Tr it it without doubt tbe ..nickest run ever
made by an ocean steamer, and hut for the deten?
tion of tbe Georgia four days at Havana, we should
have received the California mails 00 tne ^:h inst.
instead ol on the sth. The Georgia made her run
nikg time from Chagre? to New-York in 1 days and
12 hour?, a cittance of '?,.'.-0 mdet, which it an
average of 344 miles per day. Part of this tot
three dtyt it attributable to the Golf 8trean. but
deducting that, it still leaves it the mist re:..irka*
ble run on record. The Georgia did not uio her
blowers once during tbe trip, except occa?
sionally when the tires were down, anil she carri jd
ol!j twelve pounds of steam Her running tmo
from the Moro Cattle to dandy Hook was three
da) s and eighteen hourt?ten hours shorter time
than it has been performed in by any other steamer.
"Those who bave charge of her ara of opinion
that she can perform tbe distance in three da\ s and
eight hours, should there be any occasion for it. It
ought not to be forgotten that the Georgia it the
lint American steamer that achieved a triumph in
tpecd over the fastest of tha British steamers
Americais may well feel proud of this fLe Meek
men of naval architecture, reflecting, h gh credit as
she docs upon the builder? ar.d projectors."
Deari'an Lots ?The loi owing lots in thi? new
(.late were ?old yesti Jay :
BY COU k C HILTON.
1 loi cor. cf II-it and tn? avenue, Avalmi.$165
I " adjoining, same sire. l'A
1 " d> do . 15U
1 " on II si. and one la rear, each | M..3ib
2 ?? adjot.iinf, II?.319
1 ?? on H st and one in rear, 17".3f>
2 ?? st!Joining, Its. IN
4 " do 95.380
I -? on II sL and me avenue, las. IN
1 " on H at.2?
1 ?? eor H-it. and tbe ?venue, 173.?SO
I ?? ear 1> st and Ibe avenue. 2111
1 " adjotilnr. 1ST
I " fir. cf B 11 and tbe avec ?, e.'icea'h.
1 -' on Bit and one in rear, $ ?U0e.cn. 41 '>
1 ?? on op posit* cor. Bit.2ij
I ?? on Un avena?.?l'?
1 ?? cor ( f Ast. aid Ihe avenue.4M
1 ?? ac'olitr.g.
1 ?? opposite.36?>
1 ?? on A al. jfii
1 ?? odB-si.
8c?ri(io!t ru Amo? ami (?RAMi LaacisTT.?
Officer Bildwin of the Second Diatr et i' .1
aid Mr. llcKeUar of the Chief? ofl
took int( custody an Englishman, ntmed Tn-mti
Brown, tn suipu inn of having iire.1 tha booa? of
O. W. Fellows, Eeo, 180 airing st 00 the 1th inst.
aii'l with stealing fiom a tunk *.">.70v iu ?old coin
ar.d thre.j ?100 lout 1 n City Hanks, together with?
cat del of a steam engine, a pair of revolving putois
and a pair of cold si.ceta. lea. Tim ?ceased it ap?
pears resided in the house, ana is ooai?ootod by
marriage with Mr. Fellow?, Tlie fsm'iy loft tne
h-mse on tbe morn'",: o' the tth to visit Roskaway.
The acceiad alone wat left Id the house, where ho
nataiaed hut about !?", minutes, whoa he bttwa
after and joined Mr. Fellows in the eacirrinn. Un
thci'return, ?little befi.ru ? o'cttt-k, i' M ihobouso
? t-n on fire and the property Lo qaeetioa had
beta sTtolaa fiara a traeh ? wbiooH hid beende
pesited. Brown, frm variotu ct'Cimiu
?uppoie.i to lave previaaeto hia leaviog the hone
in tie n.t.rning tuken th. pree -ty and tired t ie
hootp hy lighting a s; erm candle, which be
in iu. h a 11.rt:..... r that af:er barniog a fow i. . t t
I ojaaatitj of paper tn 1 0
til,ici ai.il thus born the boaat. Ha it lacked ap at
IDisTtrietJ ? ?sMviri, and will have a
hearing besuceJuttl a Bletkley nt 3 o'clock tliis
mon. u.c. _
Arrijt Li a lUrucict rRoa Jusm r..?A ? 11
carnet) tiiiea, a.'ss Hock, was arrested afcwila;,s
liare oa ?as y, bat tbe ev tdsato? be
leg ir.sutli'-ii'iit to hold bim, he was diichtrged?
At the moment he wat about ti leave th ? I
room, 1 iti, er Baiiiwin. of tha 8ec nd Dutrict Po?
lice Court happened to come iu, and a:
aiaed him at a fellow he had been on the lookout
for, for about I mento?. It appeart that in the
month cf May last a silk house in Bridgeport, Conn
wss bwken ii to and nabbed of sill s and shiw.'s to
the value of t?CO. The burglar made hi? escape to
Bonthport Island, ?boat six miles from Bridcep ?t,
where he encamped near the woo is and built a
fire for the purpose of cooking b's broakfast. The
surroont irg grass, however, took fire, and ahoat
?V r. ? t ? I * i.umed. Tue flames oa'.led the !
rato tbe ?pot, Who -svre fea.-??l that the j
wot da vvt u'd tal." Bre and It ?troy all the timbar i
ara tbe latead. Derfagtbo confusion, tho feliow, it j
? ? ? e -te ?r.d wagon and made hit
??cape, leaving bi? ' oty The ?tr
' g the burila.', and will !
ler.n tr B?!d*in to Bridgeport thi? i
CiuKt.i or BaatULUUrr_Jamct 11. Pea
u tk, aae of the doorkeepers of Burton, t Tneater,
in Chaaabera-at wu taken into coa tody in Pnila
delpbia >estcr?sy, by Capt. Carpenter, of the
. il.argod by Mr. Burton With
'jr.ris to tbe amourit of lli-'t?. Ha was
t City ,an-\ n'tt r a'l.nitti"g th.-charge
to be true, was committed by Justice Moantsbrt
I y 1S ) cars of age, wheic parents
rrtide at 1-- Motrce it was accirlantally drovne 1
vrsterdsy morriina' while bat ?.- I
? : E. 11. The !>??!> v* as teaa a'"ter
ward riiv.-t.'id, ?iii the Cuioaer will boll an in
Bah Bois?Ti.oma? U 1. -, asaaastaaityraa
'ti trrcaUd for breakmg i?c w.... ->
kTi? Plv? I -.s were arrested io the Kleveuth
VS nd.crirtiu ?:tu entering hay wfis and teed
; act? 1
? . ? ? ?'
L?- Bet Bear] Ward Bcccl.c- ta..e : r* L^^
.'. 1 *? W o.-.j. Caft K^i?ht, on Ii
last la 1 iu^j ??th his bather in law, L1
la:d, wLj gees to att-.rj the Peace C^ccnticn.?
ilr. B^^il-tr Lii? bad ?everal at'.at.%? ti \
at of late, which bavc left his throat La to
? ? a s'.atc at to make reatfro^i hit lab hi
desirable for a few weeks. He did n it co_'.1 ap.a'e
aveyatrete : me day or day before he
?aJtttJ, a_J was net fully deci?eJ to ?0 t;l. one boar |
pr^vxat tt ttartinj. He yielded to the entreaty of j
bit Iriends, who feel acxiou? abut hi? beaitb, rath
er thsn to hi? own in -hnatit a,
BhooKLTk ami Jamaica 1'la.ik ?U/ao.?Tai?
imptrULt work is now ander headway- Toeini
steai were taken by the Surveyor, Mr. Bo
laid tbe latter part of last w. ok, for p'acU,j tbe
consiruci.bii of the r..*d m tha hands of the contrac?
AaaisT 01 Baakhorr ?Jcnat?an 3ce-^oft *?*
stTaettMi Wadatadq o> 1)-^^ y ^ok?.JMtuati?.
Bicki, charted with Maattlt an i batery. wit? in
ai.l Wat H 1'traer, ai. f cram. :.d to jail
1' ... i ? .st tic ear
, - ? of 8 B Bsawait M . -t- wa?
fntwred bv burglars, snd eight or ten patter. ?
table cloth taken tberefmm. They made au a
,acr''?D ' .the. iron safe whiioo
??med about 0CO0.
B*n AcciDi?T.-On w"ednes*ay last, Urs. O
rt a,r'<? berlMeechi ?:? near th-s ?.
?mg ?ourte. Hcmp.tr^ for Lake-iil
' the parp?te of p- ring ? barrica, ?
?le descend? ear si ? ne?r V
5?"*""whs sad ksi - ?
??a, the horse I tened by t?
n ine rf cr?rVer?, ra S| I t ? wtr
tnrcwire M-? trilbart and rea ?
wee snd injorii s her ve?r.
ter escaped win -, ,jitJt ?r. vv (,.,
, ?*'y prren?tiy and gJr. - I every attit
?sea m h . .. , pru.Bedei wi:h thera ,
j _ -to ?
rr* The First Pressurise Char-h. (Ur. M
. ~,neV' ??tasted at the comer of South Fourth an
Sixth m. Wmmsmtmifb, it fast approaching l
completion. It bid? fair to be one of the most eh
j gant and commodious Chu'chea in the vicinity.
: The lecture room, which is io a ttoBdtoJJ erected Bl
, joining, and attached to the Church, has been ti
?shed, and public worship, till the maia building i
ready, will be held there.
Bplipidid Ridi?g School.?One of the Israel
eiteblishmenti of the kind in the I'nited State? i
in proce?? ef erection in the center of the bloc
formed by Third and Fourth and South Fourth an
South Fifth its. The ring, as it it termed, wiil b
ISO by 100 feet. The building will be of brick, th
wallt about ?0 feet high, with dome, Ac.
Oi immg or Eighth-st.?The Truste ea have di
I cided upon tbe opening snd grading of this stree
and objections are to Le advertised for. The ?tree
will be opened its whole length from tbo Rr ?A!y
line, with curb and gutter stone, and bridge I
cross streets, but not st present, paved or tlag^ee
The mode, in opening, is to assess the value e
occupied property whicu may bo oa the line, i
most cases, to the adj lining property, on eithe
Bide, fer benefit. The expense of opening will bi
on the lots forming hslf the block on each side
tli.ou.h the line, axd the cost sbout CIS to $::
JERSEY CITY ITEMS.
PoiatotTtB? Cam ? IstojOBSI ?The inquest on the
disinterred body of air?. Mcknight is now progr?s*
ing ander the direction of Justice Bedford. DJS
tors OUeiit and Lutkms took out tbe stomach of the
deceastd and ?ent it to Dr. Chill?n, Chemist, o
New-York, for the examination of the contenu
We ?hall probably bear the result to-morrow, when
tbe tonnest will be concluded.
We learn that the other members of the family
are ?till langniihmg under the terrible etiect of the
poi?on. but it i* hoped that they wul recover.
Margaret McUee, charged with poitining the
family of Mr. Mcknight in Bergen, was arrested
and examined by Justice Bedford, and committed
to await her trial at the next term of our County
Court, tie second Tuesday ol Auguat next She
i is now inJaiiand seeSBS perfectly unconcerned,
showing neither rumorte fur her crime nor feeling
for her victims.
lean that the wretch obtained the arsenic
in tato city on Senday evening;, Jane 30. Suecsmo
to ???!? ?eime of her soq isintanceg here sad re lest
I of them to obtain some artcnic, at Mr. M ?
Knight wanted it to kill rata that were dettroying
hit horte teed Hue obtained it and the next m . -
ing Mrs Mcknight, who was tho ouiy one in t!i;<
family who drank tea. was arfe? ted with the am i1
symptoms of poison immediately alter breakfast
and died at one o elock same day.
[Tetojesph, M ur.
pRowNtn.-Last night, about lOo'etocb, whilo
three young men were bathing in the M Tri? Oa
Sal ?' Sei'nh Bergen, one of them, named .1 ihn lieu
ry Mandeville, aged If. wa? drowned He wat
pla>ftiily tbowing hi? companion! BOSSa feat? of
awiintioiig and divini?, when he went down, at
tttry sepsMtsed, to ?se how loag ho c mid rasseln
ritsder water ; bat after their wattiii : so na time f jr
him to rise?, gasa the alarm, and after vuirueu
deavors hi? body wa? found Mind /ville was a
yi ut g man much esteemed by his family I
panioLS. |S -ntiuel, loth.
SiiotKiN.. Babbsbiti rowsjtni a WiFr ?
James Bauson, the keeper of a email grocery at
179 Bank st wu commiitsd to Jail th
Juttice Cogsn, tor besting hit ?rite at rtvioesil .. t
b aaalmotoincradiblj brutal manner. II a? ? - -
ta? ?re ri present? d toba? a been Bach, and -
repeated, that the intde several SttS
n.it tup ide, the last of which was on dunda.
alie threw herteit into the Canal, tad wa? saved by
a person who aecidcnta.ly noli ed tn..-act. AiliU
vit wat made bygone the ueighliurt, which wat fal?
l? ron? urreii in hy the report* ol several pen
tiding in the immeuitte neUhborhoo i.
I lAdimrtW, I ?lb.
A SOT H IK FlKK.?About I o'clock i ist ? ?
a fire broke eat m too silver plating ?
lat Vaa Net?, 3 Mechens ?t whicn being of Wo I
barat at firtt with great rapidity, aodangei
i. U'.h tie surrounding bniidingB. Tue tirenien
a ted with chars teristic promptness, bat tbe boss
turning, reno? red their exertions tor Botas '
ao avao. The building will be repaired, i
?bole lott i? estimated at tSOO, ou trbi
um b0 iiaiursbce. ?Adver.icr, 10th.
Marins Coirt ? Before Jaiige Lynch?Ho
? ? o p ? t h y ? /.' /.' - ' C "t ??? If U
?To re? over tl'JU halar. ? at siuger at
sim Hawse the defente to which wat mat
1 atotrs had tooarrnd a forfri:are of 9100 to sol
performicK or per? r.iliy ?:ivin ? notice of lUnese,
under certilicalc of thi ? ?Aar of the OpJTS II tute
tiireeshly to the regulttion?. a real/
r?'erred to. The daeiaton In thi* ease ss to I
pathic physicisi s having t -en s muwhat misan
?B, we ?ive tlie p j
re'i rt to it.
The C urt, ?,.cr ?tatiu^ that it was shown by
physician of | : who it tai I i
SI M.D. that pUin'..ff wet anai
' ? rit), and BSptaasln| '
I that st i o ti an eitanliii. v
l if ute strict dis? ..ncaii'.u U-) maintain
? ixd the saya, "bat 1
to regard the rale of a ch re
. .a ra?rt of psaalty and fcX
i - -.-J?tho objection to the
at ?i ?t. let, and I
i : it he o i-tt t'.o* tha:
with what was tobe dooe ou bis part i
stnebap at the Opera House, is la th sg rords,
,i must be proved by I
l_v tos aaireeti r N w, d
?a? ? i pool - -'i u* ; tuat
D.-. Uu,::. was employed by t:.
hat net leen proved on ton trial
? ; it he had |
? degree a* Dot*
?tt satboriaed by I M' il S
tai a recalar licectc to practice, wi.ich I tbi.ik
wat aecettary in o-iier l> oonetitnte him a doctor,
snd to ?hiw a re--a;?.' kppointaBant under the rale,
and wb'ch I do not feel an liberty in ?uch s case to
tnpply by bferamca. ?o lar a? latora is e/i lene oa
the ?abject it wer^t to ?h^w that Dr..*.
tited op< n p . , ? .i-ooya'.hy, ant to?'. tu..a
practitioters ?re net ::r ?uued by the faculty of
natdu.Le, tor by s majority of the public ss rega?
lar pr. . i-nstaii -es I
sin of opinion that piau.v.?T was aulhorued to sake
: his ait.ki.ess W> has attending pbyt? Ian,
and ss such proof was made to my satisfaction, I
U..~'k tlie pltietiffia not subjec: io toe line, aad
give judgment in bis favor for 0100, toe am uni.
Secrtii'r on board a Vaul?Jomei Ryan vs.
Robert H. Ptertcn axd Wn. Bub* ?Action
apa nit Ue Captain and trst Eogineere/me stesn
?t.:p Philadelphia, lor assault and battery and false .
.m ; ru:, ?nett, already re'erredto. R?aa sod an
cthfr, it will be recollected, were found on board
tbe Philadelphia the day after the left .Saw York lor
t. hsarts mblsy last. Tue Capuin told tbem tney ?
mutt work for their board to Chagres and back,
and they were employed as firemen. When the ,
vettel arrived at Cbagres and anchored in the
stream, tbe Captain caused them to be placed in
r- r t and put into s dark, unventuated room called
? as room. ur.drr tbe talooa but liberated
them next day on tbeir declaring they could not ?
live il i<pt there While pat?tur Ryan in into? j
kbl t ? tt n f. r a? uKtbinglii !, ttru k :..m Af:ejr '
D*ing liberated and pltoed on dock??he CapUm
at U. a?JS? I .imped o??r
rd W'th?view to swi-n to Chairs, bit wat
. . i r ib tne h
thea fresa the watarwaaa be had | I ?
\ to tilt
vest-1. ar,d a<aio pit in irooa the E afiotxtt teltln?
the Captain when the latter came on bitrd what
I e h?d c'nr.e ard he r*D'ted tha: i wss ri?rht. At
the vetsel touched st Jamaica, on h.*r return voy?
age, we believe, it was leid tne CI la ? ?tve H,/
si.isi.dwe belsvehit t-ompaaiou,
t J? a rt ?r I they ch .se 11? to? tSMT )?
, return here of the vetsel the prtfete : I ;.oa was
Tbe t'o^-t c. ntidert tliat tbe Captain, ia relation
, to p n i oa board t
hit a right to bri/ g them back?tr.*- ?
rush tbem any facilities for landing elsewQere, and
he can place them, during the voy me, in a
of the vessel which it not in" msist.at w.'th hi
nai ity, but having c>t away from th- ?
Eor-j,ht to arrest then without prtx-oss of law ?ni
return them to his ship. "The evi lerr?, the
i Court said, "establishes satisfactorily to me that
] plaintiff secreted himself oa hoard the Phtladei
: ph'.a on ber departure from New York to se ore a
j patssge to Chagres. and defendant was j tr
I ag him ?ny f?cilitie? to l?nd any where, ani
' might bring him back to New York, and p ?ia: :1
j being without provitious defendant wat not bound
j to furtith him except as matter of charity. If
? plaintiff entered into article? voluntarily t > vr ,rk
: nit patsace out and home for his board the a t was
valid ai.ti binding, and in such case defendant would
be justitied throughout, but I am eonttrained to b.'
lieve the articles were not entered into few
there was duress, and therefore the articles void.
The captain assumed to take the law into his
own hands, and to make the stow away feel his
! power, la this I think he waa wrong. He mi<ht
i bave refused plaintiff ?ny other sustenance tbaa
; bread and water?he might hare retorted to reme?
dies for passage-money; but the course he partued
w?s rot jastined. He ought to understand t.ie La?
: propriety, and be made to feel for having under
taken to redrea? wrongs against per?ou? over whom
tbe aw ha? not given him authority.
There having been nothing done by the engineer
bej ond hi? orders, 1 consider bim excusable. Tue
stow away has little claim to sympathy or consider?
ation to be compensated in damages, but tbe cap
? tain should be mulct I therefore irivo judgment tor
? plaintiff for iJO and coat? ?gain?t the captain.
Cot"KT or Coaao.N Plias?Before Judge Wood
rutr?The insurance case, in relation to a ?oa? at
', Fall Biver.it stiilou.
Court or GemirvL Sisjion?, Thursday?Be?
fore the Recorder and Aid. Conklin and Smith.
f?t of (?utlty.?Chu. Hill (black) pleaded gut!
ty to a charge of petit larceny in stealing spoons
'rom the Irvii c House and was sentenced to the
City Prison for C months.
Urand Larceny?John Little was tried on a
charge of grand larceny in stealing oa the 1st April
last cloth? g from Lyman Pardle. The Jury foaad
him ecilty of petit Itrceny only, and he was teat to
tbe Penitentiary for fi montht.
Emt/ezzlement.?Wm Gainforth, late a porter ia
the employ of Wm. B?nate of 43 John-at. waa tried
. for embezzling at different time? buttons and other
articles to the value of ?Kit'. Thesl'l.- pt
wat found in hi? puss, ?non, and tlie priao.ier vom
convicted and remanded for sentence.
Robbery ?Julian Caasidy was tried and ,
rd of robbing a simple Irishman, named Patrick
Tracy of ?T5, while at the house ot John MeDiM ild
in Anthony st. on the -.'Bth; f June last. It appears
that Tracy saw the aivusi d ?teat his pocket book
after which she attempted to run off. but wat pur?
sued by h i m and arrested. She had, however,
managed to make way with the pocket book, and
the complainant has never obtained his money.?
She was remanded Lr sentence.
BltmH?g* Htrte.? Lewit B. Brown and Cha?.
Anderson were put on trial t harged with steaiiog
a horse and wagen in the m r.th of May last, the
Uttnoa* Provint Brown, it appeared
in evidencp, wt r.t to a man who had the p
in his k'-epu g, ai.tl presented an order for it, pur
porting to huvu beeu signed b.. Provost. Tua
( one ami vi ?gr n were landed over to him. Ander
soi. merely tec a,\ an,. .1 Brown and hid nothing to
do with the boataeaa. He was dist har?.:d. Brown
waa fur ,1 ( , j an 1 leutonced to
the Pel iU.tary ! r ihr u months.
MtJtulmnmhttt m tl'f fin? ib i,'iti' ? T> i-.'.el Nu
pent wa? placed on trial, charged with haviatj
caused the tlea'ii of Baal Norton, by stabbing hm
with a peahaifa. Mr. Maury, a wituess, testified
that the pvtiei had a q larrel and personal I
ter in Theater alley oa the tth of June , that Nor
' toa kwiacd NuReiit by the huir when the latter
I drtw a peaaaif? and s'abbedthe deceased twice?
occaintha stomacb arid once in the breast Nor*
ti n was conveyed to the Hotpital, ami lived tin
the 13th t t Jone, wlu.i he died from theeffecttof
. ? ? Court adjourned before the cate wat con*
AJ il lOfl >>.\?,lo\
B JA??ilNKit, Isiajiinsan
Bit ?AI ?WIN IsAHlM.NKIl,
Hloie t<3 Bioaltvsf.. or. A .Ujory st.
tJT PnrUenssi ?uenuoi, wl.l t.i?>Klvatfj lo ?i,?<*, -i( ft.
Bonds, Poseslaln, Ptiiitu.^?, kc A.so, fanutunot fan
ltt| A'.au, Ht . aa f Manufs
tarera, Suj al os" ? Met ai? rnapwelfully s ! -I
llavlry niMea?arrai.^Hii)?. i with ajr A C PUTTLE .
B'.ssa.. su.vii, fie hopes lo usrrll ih? oairoua,? uf his frioti.
ar.il ihr ou'.ife tal Ist/
AT Paiv?T?. Ssl.r. ? D imiunds, P?aris ?ni Pre-i?;
8ti rra, con ptslti* a la/*? las de?, of f) kttsW ds of t ?no
Wal?r..?rK? P"vr'.a Precious Slor.?s, *r , wotttiy th? a
ltnl.ua ut deai?rs and StSk .s. A,su, ouj il-.^atit, n?a
SUvwf |i,i;'.?*i?.i,l t K $ir>
A M. MKRVVIN, AliT.oo?..
Bi BAMin, PLATT dk lll.it.it?.-! > i ??
Fnrttjonaar ?Staat .u |ls?a u>tr? sali of Privai? IV' .->
rlea CatDadvaoce? uuue srbeodeanred.
rirTV-stt-owti arw-voaa rtuir, iilI.
Tb? understand?0110,11.1 mu ?sut Kr'.,)1. LAR TRADi
SAl.fc of Boots Paper. M atlonery, 8"
Binders' Materials fce. nj ?uinnien. ? on M "Ha-, St? M
of St-pusmher, and to be rundurtnd in St I S ia"i? r*?u,ia
Uo*s a* the last'km
Tory requital tfltl invoices for Uietal?k><ii? M farnlskavt
Imrcrdlau-o, a. U-.-., 'Irtin,' '.vil im -um I ?
The usual e?s*i ??/art?-?? ?rill imi mil- . >i .
good*, when d?a.rod. UaSO?, PLa <" r k HO
???I tr vlaray.
At PaivtTi 8*i.t- Bofin'i Pop. -,
C oui pi? I* set* of Uiess> v.-r/ Irslrniil.) ail M SCI ?
Dow orttirrd to ID? irai? s?d oUMwa, euasdfl 'ng UM ritan.]
srd L" ? ., fi? Ai
lli.uai.au Library 13 *"!' "" CSSSSSSttl ?- i..?r?, 11 vois
St.? 1er Illustrai I IVbran ri??s ?-- ? ? I, ? .-,
Porlrs.l* of II . ?if-a of '.?rest Hruala fv
-s so,? ,<var. . ?. A ?-* .jI \a Jjh
b??TJ Issued of tin ?an? v.i vrkS, :. U
J .Ltus Is-iuirt, arsta ail lb? now* ?
. il .. ? , :.
? ' t?
tar?, Hard Boo? of (>a'D*a. and new and pu .r . ans a
. ?, .. l V.? d S V.1
rs Pop-i.ar btereret .jj ?j-i
?"i-art'i Hydrauilra and M-- i
soie? Pal ? ? vi ?... i
*t ' * . ? f
Duahi* toiry Boott'epiog -. ? ? 1 V .- ? A -r nuttrs.
M w. MOriKli, taTrnaaar
awAI.E UV VAl.L ?.ULK KEAL fctTArg *T
II V MUaaiB, Auction*??, on
Tt KSDAT July I6. lSAi al II yelurB, ?a Uta P sankt I
This,- rt] II \k<J s.u.h of iha b-jsloeas pan of ???
vll aga, IK) rods from tbsj Coswt Bossaa, "ti an as?
gtyiavf ?a ??tsjnafre itaiat .; t-.-UiJsoo Rj/?r an -i ,
? v ? ?ar (?aelilng frwn Uw Ili^Stands s^ jlo Ij tats Csov
t'.i Moooialnt nona
PongkkMtste potavesstssoOorWr adra ,><as in -
school, a,ark. -* ? -to Naar Ywk *
' r?od?rs It a
a plac? of rawtd?iH-0 fas ssaran - . ---as ta
A? ri.j. and arlaaUit lu u?a ??u ?o.< l/aa, ao
Arid? ofi^ ?oorioo Ui? vtckt oflSe flldtm, sal?
rl?w of mis tjeau?fiji vi,ia*?from C
varean oDsvsrver iLal he ??nrjol ft'.'i . ,f -?hs
rt r; a rrat Uno? (1/OiixrjU.t m'tra of Iba MsjolSSUi of D**a*M
et-nifort irtai. Is here fouatl.
Pur psrlrala/a apply to Calnb Barker, o ib? jnniilaa?.
Eadcat Vac Wa?ai.ar, Land A ??ot, li M want si or ,*<
H. W. MnRllH, A,'.U??*r,
Iy3e?t]jt;?i??_tv? Slain st. P'OtrMka?eatsj
REKIOVAL.-DR. LLTENER, Aar?tv ?m rassort*
kit i.toe* fren t?t lo ??>* Broadway, ?Bu'ao.:e '?t War
rvb-st. Orte? hours m fauir? frumt Uj? i
Blaiesa ?sarsofsatennsral pr?eiiae of ai aliej-^t M tta
Esr, ?car.ieaua ;o enrt all ?aa/neta, aa;:easaci ? ? i
and dtfbtrittef the tar, p'o.lded tt? n-m a-1 drum bs
Aeierences of tie aoit undoubted tltd cao j? sos? ?tais
. ff-? A'l .?tiers must b? pott-.^'d C- aariltajoa t-?. by I
stall or ?tarrwlse, tt. [jrl42tVV-| jvl 1st*
I.Msl.LYts ?AbiLaktUK?TVPK-t H?i??~~?>
lois B?w and sp'rsdld sat-lighl Oaiieo ?" '*? ssjeond
fkmrof 311 Broadway, Tmrd du ir oaiow tb? Ctty Ho asaal
Ladle? Wwtuad our praaapt roonu far mort c jo van las, 1 aad
arnrstabie than our form*? r-oaa, ss 00/ poararfel say Ight
and rscrptloo rousss ar? Ssl oa Ute samt io-M. and miaad
bai a few t-sps abo*? u? tiraje*. Il Is an ad-m und bet,
tkai ponralu *al?n vr peop-rly arT?n?av? sky t?Tlslisrs>ss>
psvflo? to Unaasaian by law ordinary a??*?. Jvi? ?t*
wor,-t)ff?rrr.i ostal"l-s a?d r>*w? *" snisi ?t ?SMIOtae
n-.a.' 3?<rssj lAr?Tai?naaicaeo.". ijes-jeta?
A Mairtaa??ltU Isikaas?, ""*
T? Ok? JL.t+jr ?/ Ttka TVtwaaw
8is:?I trust it will not be oat of pibc* a, ?^
thnagh joor column?, the attention of stonbias
snd earnest men to s Social wart exiting ?ntitaj
ut, vix. ; th? want ? f some proper srrsngeasaat
by which tbo?? de?irou? of marrying may be
brought together in a respectado aad cernvtwiee*
Mach of the domestic aubapplnees which ttotojji
is to he attributed to A IB , MBB who era
not suited to esch other, and yet whit were ei?>
relied to nsrry, by tbe ?re?ia.e of tt.-cumitaa.ea
on one party ? the other.
Young persocs, of both ?ex s, have both
?e??ure and opportunity, st par.ie? and other social
gatheriogs, to meet s proper variety of iodine*?
\ nit of the opposite ?exes, to enable them tos??.
lass] one or more with whom they couli pas? a hap.
But there are clssses of persons who hsv? not
these fsctlities if choice, sad who psss throigh
life, long seeking, hat never M.,ding a OMatjaeJaJ
acul, or else ts?ing st S risk, one whom they cas?
cot truly love. Thu? there are wi 'owert, Uft
with children to care for. and engaged in a busi
ness which fully occupies their time. Whst tim?
hsve they to spend in society, in search of s pro?
per partner? Or if tbey do employ time thus?
they sre lieble to become the bu.t? of ridicule foe
young coxcombs, or the Btj?gtosto of ? and ai tor
hopeless old maids. The position ot a widoej
with children i? ?til! more unfjrtaaat*, as ?he can
not set for herself, but mutt be content to wait,
need she S helper and protector never so mach.
There are bachelor* also, who would gladly seiec*,
? partner, if they bad proper facility tor choaiag,
but whose butine?? avocation? prevent nut
?o -ial intercourse, and who do n> t care to ? bjSsSj
the li?ta with the ?mall fry of f?v> of the pr?t ?at
That there are persons thut ?nutted i* proved
by the frequent tt<lv*rti?e?rientt f,,r wives, which
we presume are made m ?cod f.th. though offjr?
in? but a tWtora hope ol *uccoea It would bono
mean ??ntribulion to oar k. M IstggS ' t ? lety pwilei
wo know whether any ???-d tut'<-ha? were eves
; made through an advert?a
| Cannot torne honett and goo 1 men find a rcnodt/
i for thi*?oci?l difficulty T Can ti g) u< organise a?
aatoe lation which, for the payment of % ntatonab a
I fee, would ?ecure the in-i,uiro>g Caleb? a pro j or
u.troduition to one or more uiunatched maids uf
We cannot, for the !ife of at, see sny reasontill*
objection to s virtnctis and honett man or wo-naa
making use of the aid of such an institution, under
proper regulations, it would certainly pr?vaut
u.uch immorality and relieve much .!i?trest.
A h ghly educstcd msn may be plsceJ in a social
circle inferior te< hiai in cultivation. A refioed aavd
intellectual Isdy may be similsrly titusted. A com?
psnicn chosen from this inferior civilization would
cause unhsppicess. The gentleman might not want
a mere housekeeper, but one wh -, to proper d 'mee
tic <|oalifications, would add a Cllt.vat?d intellect.
The lady would not want s mors plowman. Ha
and she would be equally unhappy.
A well arranged nied.uni of introduction would
command conHdcn-e, and Bave individual? and so
ci. ty from much of the crime sod misl irmne which]
sKkT* The little timo uni thought wi> can
ppare from more immediate lutie? being ?Jo?
voted rather to considering how and whero
the needy muy Und Work and Broad than
how they may be moot fitly provided with
Husbands or Wives, wo must be excused
from undertaking the new tank aheive oom
metded to us, but we will barelj suggest to
' r>.' that if the habits of our people wer*
more recial, their manners more cordial,
their entertainments more frequent and far
lc*s cxponMve, and tbe disposition of ont*
gentler sex more inclined to work and sari)
after marriage, instead of choosing to gift
Juhb nrnl I?? wuited on. atol *??l? *?<? ?*> *??!
ingly depict? would soon be greatlj dimin
iahed ?f not entirely eurcJ. [ Kd.
Horn? ins.?At Corning, on Sunday laat, an
Irthman named Whalen was boatin< rut wife . hei
brother, named Cooper, interfered, Wha'en drew I
puto! and lired at Otouer, whereupon C i >per ten
ed a flat iron and ttrsck him is th? head, liters'!?
beating out bis brains, st least half a pint of which
were teen scattered on the ground. Cooper ?ur
1 rendered himself to the authorities.
IMPROVED CHAIN PUMP .
WITH TI1K Pt hlBLK MbPAL BICKETB.
I'MChlS BUCKATB ?r? tornad perfVUy round and
smooth, which Is ?decided lmDWvaiu?oiupou ih?<-ota>
moo east Iron back?!, and Um only artirl? thai will glva as>
ttr? satisfaction to lh? on? who uses tbls t'ud of pump.?
Mamiku-toredrmlyhy C. AY wool) k CO
(?I? Im* Birmingham. Co??.
Lt MOA SU O AH.
JW. KXLLY'B PRlMlUM LEMON 81. OAR for the
? Instai.t production of Lemot.aO(. pjl .,. .a pa Mt and
glsas packages ?iprnssly for u^vniiog, ?llhavr by land
Also, port?til? Soda tit Um IdsUU p. : . f I. 'a
Wtier, put up In ?lass ~arksg?s(io ip,? lrr?e staut).
Tr.e above a/d.-.rs a.? very dealt.!.... I ?< aava <sa, a? .',*f
are out c.oiy curat've? bat prjv.cuv.-s >i u.? ?curvy, for
eaJetn Inisw soil parchaaera by in? u.a....? turar,
7. W. KELLY, M U~>k?nn si
?eVt lm* Jil.KiriiKiv- Wiiiiaia-st,
TO 0WHEH8 0P MlOHloAM ??HOPL?TF.
1'IIK P1KM UP UACY k ?HILltJS, Und and Ta?
Agents al Del/oil, having baa>o diaaolvHd by UM is
KlraUoO of the lerin of lonir agrnsiu.ni.., tud ?aurg? 9.
lacy having sold to U.? undartlguod si. ,1a lu'?r??t la
lha concern, and retired tberefron?, m? ... !?. ?iroed rwgt la
Inform ail lalarestod thai be '.as sine? M* sail JlsaoluUoa la
NovtMnbar last euttdurtwl iim> b'jslr. as ?? 11 ? s*id a?-i-oe?
nadar hi* own naase, and dial b* w.n etmllane to dwute
s ^?retul p. ...na. auriilloo t ? .. . t.. > ..-<.'.. Vl AM
orders Itsft wlib DE LOB W BEADLE. Rs? al Tt B'oast
way, N. Y. Wlil recel r? pro nK. ...
WH, A DRIfiOB
D-raoir, June 1, IkAfc. ?11 it.aavJaro??
PIAitU-POUTK INttTKLl TION.A ??oilaan?,
Kro i ?sor Of UM Cieno-Pon?, b.v.^g ?law h ?ira uueov
p o>rd wuuld b? happv to ?1rs wseuas on in* Piano (la
t-.i- city or victntly) US s few lad' -s at mi r ,wi rnallao???.
T-rn.a modera!? Por furlhwr panlciia/s ftsaas Inuwlre at
% Pu.t. i.-st, Brootijo, wbar? baca.. .>-<?eo ?aiaaati .a?
r 1 lo 3 o'c'ock P st Any i r<-'s dwwc .?d n "P o
I ib? Plano" st ?m ?bore a..- ..... arttl m <?
proniM at sntion. ??" I '
') tM.IMil .. ? \NO li ? I'*? * *
_ Comn-tsl'oeraol Eialgraile? fcsr?-., s-i ?nAlf?r ne
-s' sod BAO for Um s-eood beat plan, -i >,t.-4 by ui?m, of
g and atra?a a^|4i?:usf.r w. . .? '?oiita. ,(
?;r/s n iw r-'r...d, arel for -o . .- 1 '.aklog f-JT
lita tonals? (eettmeiea at 2.*0 pase?os) ..f i- ? Euslgraal?
Ke-fug? on Ward's lilaud PUt? . ? . , ,i ,u.
> as, l?*? Padilla? for esa-*-"".g o? bulldinr?
tot* grounds, and is; informailo? lo retvUtn to Um io|siis
j.? ??>, will lie g!'?o r.y tha undrrs'.. -i on ?ppJCaU"?
ti 'rtc offea of the C'lmisiaatonarsln th- Y ?I
By order JOHN H. ORiBCOM. Oc?r?l Af*OL
;j . Vw ?.;
PILtssTfl 1*11.r I : - DllCteli's Spa., . i a^wci?? lor liw
?"fr t li was Erst s.j.J . / ?..o ;a ,na.aaiaea.
? if. . / jr all sd
? '.-in tnal Ui-c ..? u.s Kant mod. .?
- ibis city to cure fat dinreaaugew p a!:.i; u haacbiad
m ? ?... r wsaR ?arana? call .n ..studw^*
kslM 1 I ..iforsa \u<*m
itSirifC wit', the pti's ibal I ua n ,.' X ?r.. ?>,.. si, an I I
-.?.i raro*.- ?y i <fl. *titrslb><calsasntf?rvtus
. ? . iUBta. y*t* 2w*
'| ?I JOB rRIrtTXKJJ f i ? at s -^ss raj
1 m.? afi atttutUi.?.! of snosvlor ^nj .a? colorad iX,
-it. Also, t air .-..? "-od oil 1. k,
from the sasse Sksrrifc -tarava. R ?WK k CO.
;?.s!inOaW ?- ??I Jl OXd-st
^l l K I . fat ? ?v-trwst:? ? - i saswSsnaj sas
fa.er, tk?a?'wcr1l,-rs, nnder IC? h"n I f R. CRANjCA
CO Is U is day dissoivcl by ?lutut. eooaaal
^?w Vork.Joi?S. lk.'si ?LlitrlftHIE.
?tLAZtat??' teui** aZtu i.^.-ut t uft-Jtn,
-A' o/ttM caijfaecs'a '4s;nab>.^a.
ri!? Cnrpsw Co sbr attM tW
a vaf H ai- i' . tais-?
. i.iwitl lili.--vil?b- . pa iP?tw?tV?>
1 rmL.ir? R..0'.--' Sane?. M r7 ?w? nanuaictsu?, go? j?
as ? Rubber fl?os> an- u. I ko T?vm? n'-^-al
^?'?awlss HOK ACS. H bA ?, ?i CorUswd at
a-Tst?RI KAI B??ll ss?ieii??sil M ist M>sr.
v ? r a* Patent Til i ?iilaad ?abw* r. ?n/?*"!Vi'>dar. W
..j .... - taa r.rr?i)t HORA^r-. H DAT,
L*Kt 11 AM l.kktHKs.-?M? ?,<w latee
ateta? jn?l i?xervv4 4k good otdw/ Pot tala al iba
- '?'? .p. -r.atlas lb SUU . ..'Cba-rTS ny J P.
F'oat MA Lh i 11LAP-A. ...?? . -w . T?>riaaac
Oftrat. ?Dftpt.a : ,- f. ..- press?? I I >v. j artlcia at>
? s.ary '..rnrtnti , , nowiptpar o, ,' ) ? ? Adn>*a?
R. t? j* N Y P.t.wBV??. _ |t?iw
VL'ATBB flP?* - S?..,., iron, tto ?T--? Pipi?, r.*
"?a fp.r; y a m ? nn, or *?nw ???*?