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hand!?-, ??^vetha-in,wi?h kv-ift-e?.cannon, mvl mu-ie
Thewiai'--*-.ak? ladies of H?riford -lftJ- al o ?-.real a
boonti'ithllat'oii in the Oitj H?II, ?hi. h lb* company,
now ovt r 800 str? ng eut. re-i ?_ 101, -eft?*- h tviug ui. ie
s short m..h thro-igti fe**t?*?a fef tbe p-ineip ?.1 etr?-?-t?
The ball ?us j-alj deemed, and th? labt?, as i?
?MSB, gie?i'?d BtaBBt lb? load ui?r?u them. S.>?e<;ie?
of wek'mt and gi-otl cl-ee-r were made by (i s
Oilman - f Hartford, H. N. Conger of Newark ?editor
of Thr Mere :>ryi, Senator Dit n. ex-Senator Miller of
Jtew-Iersey Dwight Lo-mi? J. Y. F?-4*ter of N..w
?rk, J. R. Hawkey of The Hartford Prm?, On. P.
Bir-rell. and ?>tl-*ra. Th? meeting brok? up ?t a h?e
hour, ?yerjh-ody satisfied. Ther? were a number
of Springfeld Wide-Aa-akee, with many from other
town?, pi-M-tnt to join it ti?*-?* f-?rtivi?e*. Ou F.iday
tbe tit-he r? were shown hl-on? the city. In the ?v*n
ing ? gland d? ministra tea a? mtAe a? the camp. A
dekgati-it of ae-reity-five WKe-Awhk*?fr~-a Spring- 1
fteW wiih tbe Springtield br-tmi band went down by !
az-t-Kial ti-aiu I? attond, and other d-legation? wer? pre- I
?ent frou' NtwBri'air, l'nioiivilte and Ka?t Hartford |
Th* whcle? city wa?, for tbe evening. *' Wid* Awtke
with ttic? e?. mueit, prec-s-tione, and all tbe Hit-mUit
circametat"??? of a great demon?itr?fi~u. In his al
dre*e. tsafelBi Dixontpoie a? follow? of Mr. Liu
411 kitt.w him well. Wlien he was in Ccr?--ress I
bad tb* honor of serving wirb him as on? of your Rep
i-??tte?Qtat-h > ?. I marked him then as a man of spot les*
integrity a* u close and logical re?*oner, and a? po**c*
l ?ing w?n??t-t-i'idi i-ower? of (?ttide-ns-ttion. Hi? mind
; rae?-??*?- gilted with a silt of hydrostatic pre-sure power,
I bv which I?* could ( ondeu?** an imniens? amount of
j tbocgh. into the ?maJle-st poseible BBBsBBBS of latiguig ".
I Thi? was then his r-*coliari:y, and tliis faculty seems
I gante to have improved. Abraham Lincoln, let me as
i Bare yon. my friends, is no ordinary man. Indeed we
fere peVuharly fortunate? in our candidates?both for the
Presidency and tbe Vice Presidency?sombiuing, n?
ba? well been ?aid. ' the faith of Abraham, and the
ft-urBg* ci Hunnibal.
?Tbe fuUowiug is from The Boston Post .
44 ' A Trojan' desire* u* to ?ay that TU Troy Budget
?ota not support Breckinridge and Lane. We aecord
ingly do so, and with much pleasure; we feared it did.
'Trojan will please accept the compliment* of the
?A c-wreejiondenfewrite? a? follow? concerning the
"The aeeraion of the French Republican Club on
?j^ar-r-aay evening presented a scene which could not
I fail taJaaBBBBl every native Republican. Although as
y-t weak in numbers, the Club is s'rong in -sea! and in
ga-v.ttien to the irteres*? of the Republican party. C~m
fotrd of mtm moat of whom have witnessed and par
?icqated in the struggles i(.r liberty which have ag
? lated their own country within the ptst few years,
their sympathies are naturally enlisted on th? side of
I tie oppreseed ard defrauded of .be laud of tneir adop
i fc~n. It would be difficult to find a body of men of
? -quai number pc?e*si:ig more intelligence and a more
5 thorough acquaintance with political history, or a more
3 tug appreciation of American institution?. The ad
\ ?jeta on Thursday evening wa* one of rare eloquence
I tad evinced a trind well tramed in the political sch >ol
lof the Old World, and apt t > apply it? teachings to tbe
i:>>-?. TL. earliest desire mariifested by the members
lb fratentize with the native born Americans enlisted
I its thi ?ame canse, and to exert their influence for the
|*-x?d of the ? ountry, and not for their own advantage
itr t. distinct society, demands the hearty sympathy of
. Mtive Republicans, Bnt this reunion of the Fre-n^L
'( aier. of New-York ha* an important significance be
I vond the it-sues of the present campaign. It i? th? first
I tare tliat our French population iiave unitedly taken
?j-art in our politic*. No one at ail conversant with
lib? Prend? character and the deep, serious study which
Ithe educate-. >kime# bestow upon political events, can
I doubt that if once fairly brought into action the French
jeieme-nt in our population would make it* influence ex?
tensively felt m our political attain?. Accustomed at
home to an unswerving execution of the law, their in
fluenee would naturally lie exerted against that laxity
which cha-at tenzes ita administration here. Intel !i
trv-ut as a 1mi.1v. and men who are accustomed to think
m po?utal mattere, they can never be made mere
voting roiichine*. as are so many among onr natnral
: ixed cttire s. That such men as a body espouse a
j t_-iae in wMat they have no peculiar personal interest.
I eaiinoi bat be regarded as ?t r >ng evidenee in it* favor.
I Let them receive the right had of fellowship from ev?
ery true Republican.'
?A recent number of The Petersburg (Va.) Intelli?
gencer c-ontain* the following card :
A few days ago I published in The Intelligencer an
article coiied from The Lomsrille Journal, reflex-ting
npon the- Ilou. Roger A. Pryor. In doing ?o, I did not
intend to indoree anything that was -aid in that article
?or by publishirg il to injure or offend Mr. prvor in
tbe slight?*?? de-free. I regret it* publication and make
this statement as an apology justly due him.
?Ant ther letter from Mr. Buchanan is published ; it
tea? addie-eatd to the Breckinridge and Laue Club of
Kewark. K. J , and is as follows:
44 Washington, July 21, Ji3f>0.
" I have received your kind note of tbe 18th i*ist.,
and feel m vrelficuch honored l?y the artprobat i >n which
u.e i?re< kiuridge and Lane Club of Newark have be?
stowed upon my recent apeech, made in compliance
with the iisttge in -?milar cases. Plea** to present my
tnrdial thank? to it* members for their i*-o<>d opinion,
tad a??o:? them thev have my sympathy in favor of
tbe just at d -?Htriotic cause to which they have de
" Kiom your friend, very n-i-?r?-4?filily.
? TU Chicago Times has l"*?-??n sold to the proprie?
tor of Thi Chicago Herald, and the two patter-? are to
be ronrolidated under the title of The Times and
Ucrald. In ?ominenting upon this change The Chicago
?? Inte has a bad look, especially at thi? particular
rime, when I ?ought? is before the people as a ? -indidate
for I-reeideut. The Times ha? not only been his home
bi-gan, but ha? been ree-eigniaed all over the country as
the leading ej-poneut ol Douglas Democracy in the
Kui-th-Wtte. If it? editor? or publishers had the least
i(-nfi?ieoc-- or hop? that he could ?>e etected, they could
?have besen induced to sell out at any price; but hav
now sold out, and that, too, to a man who is by no
ne a roalons friend of Douglas, and for a mode
amount, the event may be regarded as a conces
on their part of the utter hopelecsiit-ts of the catiee
-of Douglasism : and it will be so regarded by every
' ?A P( ?tmaeter in Macomb County, Mich., writes to
?friend in Cincinnati that he can do a little business
tbe Breckinridge interest, on the following novel
S *' For my own part, I feel willing to pull off my coat
Krd roll up my aleeves to help to defeat a dishonest,
tabitio*? aspirant, whose influence has been exerted
*. divide and dirtract the l>?mi>c-ratic party, and now
it unreasonabl? to n '?ue.it the favor of a fete three
t portai:' stamps to make me more efficient ? Surely
et:ttug ought to help the weak in point of charity,
as* la? tliis ?abject before? leading politicians In
favor vicir.itv whose mean? are ample, and be g Kid
ough to aiswer thi? it the suggestion meet* with
?A c*"rre?poi7xleiit in Warren County, Illinois,
itee us that Breckinridge will hare a considerable
f tie in that ooonty.
-It ?a? etated in Tu?, ?fatal nk of Saturday that
?h. Willkm Newman was evinnected with the weekly
Itptr, Vanity Fair. Mr. Newman ?"toeiree to wn-ect
??# t-tetts-r-ieBt, which is erroneoiie.
? The Ittuitrated Nevi, a jour-nal devoted to the
?ferti?rernent of Mayor Wood, announoee in highly
f'^plunerrtary terms the approaching nuptials of Hi*
F-tMtaWi-iry. 44W? contr.Ta'.uteu- Mayor Wood,'' says
ThtNm, ''upon bis feUchort? prosLttK'ttBBjBud ?til
bi-iB? migtt^y do we --??grtttulav? him ttpi-rafV* obj?ct
I Lis choie?. All the- days of bis appointed time mus
le wah until hi? change rom?--and no doubt he thinks
te days u-ieori?ei?j-_'.bly long-but when the change
lorn ctrme h* wUl find it, so ffer at tbe Udy is con
it-i-sed?all pure aud bright, every coin of it, with the
BSSBB* ring of gold in it. arid no alloy. For th* lady
I ?Bjf known to the fashieinabl? world, as a very
?Btilifu! an?! highly ?(jcompluibed person, of ? tplendid
?"??telect andgreit energy of eliaracte-r. Wby: there j
??-**, should we withhold her name ' Mia? Georgiana :
?Baaa, eisfer to Mr? Jame* Gordon Bennett, is wjrthy |
???ate with an Emperor?and not unworthy, there- |
*?*? tt> mate beiself wifeb the First Magistrate of the
*i??t City in thi? gT??tt Union."
? The J.'a.lrr teams that a club has b?*n formed in
'--* etty i.umbering already over forty m<*mber?, with
?*-* inte-attit-ti of paying a visit to Isaac V. Fowler *t
|??vs*a, sojxe time after the hrtt frost in next August
??t-t'-w* II. Porter wbc- started the itea, is now ou hi?
wny ?hark from Lu rope to attecd to th?* dstails ef
extcntvti. The plan is, we hav? beard, either
charter a certain number of bertha in the reg!
steamer Isetween this p??it and Cabs, on reason?
t" ils. or, failing in that, to hire a small steamer exi
si v eh. kid sell exeureiou tickets.
?Col. Sheldon McKnight of Detroit died very a
dt-tilv ?n Washington, on Saturday night, of coin
tion t f the brain He was formerly a printer, and
many yea?? publisher of Tht Detroit Free press.
vv a? the pioneer of ?team navigation ou Lake Superi
having taken oj/er tlie Por taire of Saalt ?St.? Marie, i
launrred into the waters of that lake, the first ?tens
which visired tro copjavr repior*.
?A negro slsv* in Smith Couuty, Va., waa recen
ki lfd while attempting to stop a train of car? on 1
Virgiils and Tennessee road. Some ties had be
plucei across the road about ten mile* above 1
town, and the negro, having discovered them, p
curtd a firebrand, it ln-ing very dark, to give I
alarm. He took hi? stand upon the track, and, as I
ttain api.roacr.ed, waved th? brand as a signal; t
engineer aaw the light, but could not reverse'the <
gine in time to prevent the train Irom running into I
negro, who was killed.
?Marshal Caetellane ha? become, by the death
Prince Jer? me, the aenior Marshal of Prance by ai
Marsha] Vaillant, who was promoted to that rank
lf>">l. bus, however, held the position longer than a
?Tie Gcverumcn?, finding it ?ecas??.? to retrenc
determined to reduce the number of young ladies ei
ployed at the Philadelphia Mint in adjuating coin frc
40 to 2.1. Female chirm? and the political influ?u
exerted by the ?lave? and follower? of the dams?
made the task of selecting those to be discharged
very difficult matter. It was therefore determined th
the ?election should be by lot. Accordingly, for
pieces of paper, twenty-three of which were mark
" it-turned" and the rest blank, were placed in a bo
Those who were ?o unfortntiat?. aa to draw blank? i
reived their pay and retired. The others will be r
tainetl until t'e close of next week, when their wo
will cease until the 1st of September. The pay of t
young ladies is liberal, and the demaud for the poaitii
?For the private accommodation of the Prince
Wales while at Niagara Fall?, the Zimmerman EetH
ha? been chartered, and the cottages belonging to t
Clifton Hotel will be eel ?part for his suite. Over t!
gateway, which const .tut?-? the main entrance to tl
grounds of the eatate proper, and which the Prin
must pa?* upon hie walks or rid?e, a triumphal arch
to be erected, fifteen feet in width and thirty feet big
adorred with representations of forest scenery at
American life and surmounted at the summit by
?plendid stuffed deer, in the attitude of flight, with u
it ared head and lofty antlers. The preparation? f
the coming guest are going on with spirit, and all a
now near completion.
? The Baltivrore Patriot of the 27th ?ays :
" We had a visit to-day from Judge Bates, who a
rived in thie city this moming from South Carolin
and leaves this af ernoon at 4 o'clock for the West. I
ie stopping at Batnum a. We regret much that 1
made so abort a stay in Baltimore, for it would ha\
given hi? host of friend? the highest pleasure to hav
pad their respect? to him personally. He ie in exce
lent health, and the years have left none of their mar]
not. him, ?ave a few whiter hairs, than when he pr
sided over the Whig Convention ir-ihis city in 1856,
?Mr. Edward Roes, now the champion ?hot of Ei
gland, is the fifth eon of Horatio Rosa, eeq., of Net!
, erley, whose tine rifle shooting at Stonehaven ar
Portleben, has been noticed in the EuglUh papers,
is but fair to Scottish volunteers to mention that youu
Roa? ie a member of th* Portleben and Nethcrley Vo
teere of which hie father is a captain), but that oa g<
ing to school in Yorkshire le joined a corps there. II
ia only 18 year? of age. Beeide the Queen s prize i
! ?2a0, the total of bis money pritvesam)uu'?to _-U5 15
exclusive of a Wbitworth rifle.
?It is said that the Emperor Napoleon has just at
tborized the institution of a National Shooting Aseocit
tion in France, on the ?ame principle as that recent)
inaugurated in England. Jules G?rard, the famou
lion-killer, is to have the management of the ent^rpriac
and a ix ?mission has already l?een appointed to mak
the necessary arrangements.
?Augustus John Alexander Law, second Marqui
of Lauriston, has just died in Paris. This noblema
was fbe son of the celebrated Marshal ??aw, one c
Napoleon s great generals, and bearer of the treaty c
the peace of Amiens to London, and was the g ?cal
great nephewjof the famous John Law, of the Misait
eippi scheme. The Law family i? one of the very fev
of tho French noblesse of pure Scottish daaceut ?til
resident and flourishing in France. The Marquis o
Lauriston is succeeded by his son, Alexander Loui
Joseph, now third Marquis of LatiristoD, born iu 1821
1 a nobleman well and popularly known iu the fashion
able world of Paris.
?In the " Memories de Garibaldi," written b;
Alexander Dumas, and for some time pa-t in cours? o
publient ion in the Se r '<, Garibaldi relaie? that so fa
back as 183<i, -when mate of a ship which was then a
Marseille?, he saved from drowning a schoolboy namw
Rambaud, who, while playing in a barge in the port
had accidentally fallen into the water, and that he ha?
to plunge three time? before he rescued the lad. " Ai
I had just liefere been condemned to death," ?ah
Garibaldi. " I had assumed the uame of Pane, and it it
probable that the perBou I saved never knew my rea
name." The Sit ele now publishes a letter, ?igned bj
" J. Rambaud, No. !? Rue de I Ecluse, at the Batig
nolle?,' in which the writer says that it was he whr
was aaved in 18-J3, und that it is '' with great emotion
and joy that he had lean, cd the real name of him tc
whom he owed hi? life.
?The following story of the Rev, T. W. Higginson,
; is from The Boston Transcript
" On the morning of the day of the recent College
1,'egiitta at Worcester, the author of ? SaiuU and their
Bodies' waa afforded an onportunity to put his theory
into practice before u uumoer of admiring speotator?,
Pulliiixf down the lake in liia wherry he encountered
at.oth'r whtrry goiDg up. The approaching oaremun
rightly kep? to the right, but the reverend gentleman
pulled to me left, and the boats came in collision. Af?
ter performing a Zouave movement with an oar, and
makini* a frantic clutch at the scull (nautical; of the
|M_M bout, tlie preacher foliad liimaelf in the water
of Lake Ouinaigamond. Coming to the surface he
?truck out for the shore, where he was received by his
friends with open arms and smiles. The other boat?
man did B'l that humauity required, pushing the unoc?
cupied wherrv with it? ' traps ashore, and expressing
Ibe hope that'it? late occupant 'would getdryeoon,'
and then pulled away on his course. Nobody thought
ol atwhistmg the man who think? 'everybody should be
able to take care of himself,' and, fortunately, be did
not require aid."
?A grand Jolhen festival will take place at the
Surrey Gardens, London, on the 31st. The object of
the entertainment is to add to the fand? already col?
lected fir the family of the deceased empoter. Sslec
tioti? from the works of M. JuUien are, to constitute
the programme of the festival, which will embra?? the
talents of a large nunilx-rof the leading member? of the
musical profession, all of wbom give their servie?? gra?
tuitously. At their head ia Mr. Sim? Beeves. ?
?A pi-.rty of guides of Cnatnouuix planned the
French hag on the summi? of Mont Blanc on the 5th
inst., with cries of * Vive 1 Empereur'"
-The following paragraph appear? in The lj>n>lon
Tims, and is chiefly remarkable for the iugenioasly
en oked orthography of the only name iutroduced:
" The Japanese were l?eing vigorously fete! at
New-York, and drugged about to see the 'lion?.'
Aie.iK other tilinga, they were taken to a wedding,
on the loucliiriou of which some of them were re?
quested to sign their names to th?_marria?re> certificate,
which they did. During iheir visit tdthe fish market,
tl ey were, it ia stated, invited to partak?* of oyst-r*.
Th?y were evideutly unused to the artie'e in question,
for when one presented on the ?hell to Eton /u Ta te
/ ?!", that gentleman attempted t<> eat the s'iell and
all, and, upon disc.?v?rin,? his mistake, fall so disgust-d
that, together with his companion, he left the market
a itbout d?lay."
? A Naples correspondent ?ay?: 'Btiou Bremer
?till bear? on bis fsrehaa? the mark of the dastardly
attack upon him, a red wound of from three to fair
indie- in hiigth The psrtte* have never be?
c?tvntd. and I do no? ?hink the baron ha? mad?
effoit to und them. Tbe reptted author? of it, M
and hi? eon, two -f that iuf-uuon? horde of ?piei
bave occaei.'t.ed ?o much mitery to this country.
arreeted at h cria, in Iscbia. ur.d bro-igt't np to S
i ye-rterday m?raing. I wa? at th? Prefecture
I they were brought in, surrounded by eight geusdi
j asaguaid against the violence of the mob wht
?"The verersble Admiral Ruggiero Settimo,'
th? Ofanion Nationale, 44wbo crowned iu 18i
long and patriotic life by hi? active interven'ion i
Sicilian insurrection, and by the skillful maum
which he directed it, as chief of the Executive
eroment," and who has eine?- I ??I- -?-aided at .M
ha? received the following letter from Garibaldi:
14 Highly esteemed and very dear friend: If
favor of Providence could make a man bow befo
with deep gratitude, it is t-artainlv that which ha?
conferred on me by the event? which hav? lately t
place in Sicily, and in which I have been happy em
to take part. The*? brave ]?eopie are free; joy is
pii-ted on every t*t>UDt~*iance and the streets re?i
with the crie? of delight of those who have beet
leased. And neverthlea?, a roelaucholy voice a
from the multitude, ' I.uggiere Settimo does no
' pear; the father of the Sicilian people, the veten
' the indpendene? of the country; the venera'le .
' i? not here to ?hare in the universal feeling of i
1 faction. The hearth of the Italiai patriarch is
4 rv-rted and cold. Oh, co-tie ' man of Sicily, eom
* fill up the m? asare of the joy of your people, win
4 maintd worthy of yon, who suffered daring tw
4 years all that (he mo?? atrocious tyranny -maid iu
4 and who did not bend a knee before an inexor
' ruler ' Your arrival in Sicicily will lie the fines
our national fetes. Yours, aflectioaly,
?Prince Petrulla is about to return to Viei
While at Naples be appears to have done nothing
settle his private affaira and take measures for
security of hi? property. It is said that he intendi
?ell bis ?statt?* in Sicily, and live in retirement
?The Neu -Prussian Gazette e-AjoXradictt the ?t
ment, made some days ago, that the Emperor of I
ria wonld ?en arrive at Wiidbad, aud there hav?
irterview with tbe Prince Regent of Prussia.
Emperor has not the ?lightest iutention of earning i
?The following letter wa? written by Mis? HfeSS
the sculptor, to the Legislative Committee of Mi?so
who bad announced to her that ?he was ?-Ir- r.-i
make the bronze statne of Col. Benton:
"Waii I'Tow s, Jane t% 18?
'"Gfnti f.mi"n: I have had the honor to ree?
your letter of the 15th inst., informing me that the
ecution of the bronze statue in memory of the late(
Itenton, for th? city of St. Louis, is intrusted to i
Such a tribute to hi? merit would demand the best
kri"Wi' ('wine-Mr of any artist, but, in the preseut
stance, my most cordial thanks will hut insufficieii
convey to yen a sense of the obligation under whiI
fee' you bave placed me. I have reason to be grate
to vou for this distinction because 1 am a vouug art
and, though I ma have giveu ?orne evidence of ?]
in ibose of ii > Bteitue* which are now in your cit*
could scarcely have hoped that their merit, whale
it may be, should have inspired the citizens of
Louis to intrust me with a work whose cl
characteristic must I?? the union of great iutell
tuai power with manly strength. But I have a
reason to be grateful to you bocause 1 am a worn
ard, knowing what barriers muit in the outset opp
all womatly efforts, I am indebted to the ? hivalr
tbe West, whi-h ha? first overleaped them. I ami
unn irdful of the kind indulgence with which my woi
have been received, but 1 have somet-.mes thought tl
the critiis might bfe more courteous than just, reme
bering from wbat hand they proc.-eded; but your kii
nees will now afford me ample opportunity of provi
to what rank I am really entitled a? au artiat?. aneh
tered by tbtir broad wings of compassion for the ?e
for thi? work must be, as vv understand the term
manly v> ork, and hence it* merits alone must lie i
defense against the attacks of thoae who stand ready
reeiet any encroachmeut upon th? ir ?elf-appropiiat
sphere. 1 ntter these sentiments only to ?--sure I
that I am fully aware of the important ?"?alts which
me, as an artist, wait on the issue of my labors, a
her.ee I ?ball spare no pains to produce a monnaie
worthy of your dtp. and worthy of the sbit-seaui
who, though dead, still ?peaks to you in iaiig-aa-*? mc
eloquent and endearing than the happiest effort*
marble i r bronze of ever so cunning a workman.
only remain? for me to add, that I ?hall visit St. I?ot
previon? to my departure for Europe; further del*
nay then be arranged, lb**? the honor to re mai
fentlemen, respectfully yonrs, H. G. HosBBB?
To Meitri. J K. Bryant, Wayuian Crow, and M. L. Llutt
Tbe Paris correepondeut of Tl< N. Y. Er press h
th* following bit of gossip:
44 C?uite an exciiioglittle incident in it? way oceum
a few days ago at the well-known Boulevard re
tanrant, the Cafe- Foy. One of the hons of ?he mi
ment, tbe youthful Duke de Grammoi.t Ciulerotu?
was breakfasting in the restaurant, when auitherge:
ti* man, on his way to the door, i>a?*ed ihe table i
which the Duk? was seated, and, according to or
scconnt, ?aimed the latter by a bow. Hereniton, tt
young nobleman, in a very loud and angry ton? t
voiced exclaimed, ' Sir, 1 forbid you to ??lute me, an
il vm presume to re'*eat tbe offense, in spite of m
injunction, I shall find means to punish your impert
neuce. To this exceedingly insulting speech fie oth?
gentleman?who was M. de Chilly, Director of th
Ambigu Comique Theater?is reported to have repli?
' Sir, I will ait more prudently than you hive don*
tnd inin.cdia.ely left the cal?. This ?atetnet
of the matter having been publicly made an
generally credited, M. de Chilly has deeme
it ex|?edient to address a communication to on
of the Paris journals, in which he give? his (in?
version of the occurrence. According to M. ue Chilly
a? he pa-red tb?- table at which the Duke de Oram
mont Caderou-tee was seated, the latter exclaimed
44Sir, I forbid you to look at me!' To thi? speech, M
de Chilly sat? he retorted?' Look at you, indeed
W h y should ? look at you ? Who are you ? I do no
know you' ?and then turned hi? back upon hi? assail
an?. M. de Chilly adds that he has appealed tc th<
proper legal tribunal for redress; though, if his ster?
be correct, it appears to me he had the beet of th? dis
pule, (and Lee ?led no other redre?? than that whicl
would have b.-eu awarded aba by public opinion. Tat
origin of this little word-passage, between the scion o
a noble French name amd the manager of one of thi
Paris iht at? re. may be treated t-i a lively little ?cene
down in the bills, which took place, one evening la*i
Spi.i g, at the Ambigu? Comique, during a represeuta
tion of the " Sirene de Paris. " M. de Gram ?out fade
rousse, accompanied by a popular actress of the Palaii
Royal theater, was seated in one of the private boxet
of the- Ambigu, near the s'age. in the next box were
placed two or three women belonging to that clase
of Parisian society known as the "demi-monde."
These ladiee (!) kept up an inceesant giggling and chat?
tering, during the performance of the play, to the un?
concealed annoyance of the parterre, which finally
br? k? out in a storm of hiteee and crie? of "put him
out !? meaning M. de Grammont, who was ?upp?jfled
to be the e-*?cort of the obnoxious party occupying the
next box, separated from his own by a low partition
only. The Duke rose from his chair, shook his fiat at
crowd, and dared the canaille to " try i'. ' Hereupon,
the Manager interfered, and caused M. de Grammont
to be conducted to tbe street. Hence the incident of
the Caf? Foy.
? The Leader ?ays that the Hon. L. M. Keitt, the
great spread-eagle of the 1 ?Uunionists, is in person
about five feet ten Inches; bn-ad-Bhouldered, deep
cheeted aud powerful; with dark-brown hair, very
glossy and curly ; a dark-brown beard, very flowing
and full; large and bright eyes, of a blae-gray tinge;
Acrid and brown complexion; wholly irregalar fea?
tures; a pear-shaped head, with a long, deep ?car, on
the left side of tbe forehead: a small month, prone to
raj.id speaking; and a general air which remind? one
of King Henry \ III., as delLnt-ated in popular por?
traits. The illtutriaus Keitt is always well-dr-y-sed,
say? the same authority.
? The Cleveland Plain Dealer, io it? l?**al eolamn,
which, by the way, bears the unfortunate heading,
4- City Fact? and Fauci??, narrate? the captor? of a
lot of counterfeiter?, and in connection with it tells th*
follow ing tale :
41 There is a-ttrang* history comveted with Jet??
Boom, one of the men arrested at Burton. Some forty
year? ago a cold-hbtoded murder was perpetrated in
He State of Vermont. Tbe murdered man was a
hroiher-iu-law of Iloorn named Cobley, and circum
alance? poiutt-d to Boorn and hu brother as tbe guilty
parties. They were tried, convicted, and t-sut-roced to
be hung. The ?-.?cation day dime, and larg* crowd?
poured into tbe village to see the murderer? ?wing.
Thev ascended the st-atfold, and the n(?o** was placed
Biciindtheir necks, when the ?up-s-aed de-ad manap
-?etired in the crowd ! The Boorn? were set free ju?t
as iliev reached death* door, and immedi-ttely fled the
StMte.' .lea.?- BtM?ni. now nearly ??venty yaars old,
(Ot'fs-tsedioMr. Hackett at Burton that he and his
brother did muider Cobtey, tb* person who app.-ared
before tbe gal1', wi baitg a man from New-Jersey, who
bore a striking rrseuiblanee to the deceaaed, and wh?
wee ex pre as-y bind to play the villainous part. ' The
affair created*? great excitement at the time through?
out Nt-v? -Et gland, and awyen retained for the de?
fense in desperate murder cases have ever since quoted
the Boom can- for the benefit of their client?.''
ARMY AND NA VY INTELLIGENCE.
The troops at the- several station? in the Western
I >e?.art_eiit of the Army, aa we learn from a I? i ??-?
ii'.-t received, were in good health in the latter p.- of
.lune. In compliance with instruction? from Wttn
ington, the ordnance department of Fort Lea ven worth
has been offlcially converted into and will henceforth
be knowu as a regular aneual. The garrison at the
fort continue to enjoy good health and a comparatively
The advance troop? of the army (the Arizona de?
tachment!, which marched from Salt Lake on the 10th
of May last, are ex(eot.-.i to arrive at their destination
..I ?>ui the lal of September, aa they were progressing
without meeting any ??tions obstacle? in the latter part
We learn from the Department of Oregon that Capt.
J( rdan, an officer under arrest on charges which were
some lime since forwarded to Washington, w ta con?
fined to the military reservation at the Dalle?, to await
the decir-?i ti of the Department.
The frigate Constitution'? repair? are said tobe going
un eo rapidly at Portsmouth that ?he will be ready to
take ber po.ition at Annapolis iu a few weeks.
Order? have been rectived at the Brooklyn Navy
Yard to ?urvey at once the I'. S, ?team frigate Wabash,
aa well as the Roauoke. On leaniiug the result of the
?m vey, instructions to etiect the ttoceesary all?ration?
and re|*irs will be iaoued. Mr. King will conduct the
The a marnent of the Id . t, on her coming
cruise in the Mediterranean, will be a heavy one. It
is tocon*t?t of three pivot gnna. ?ef-jiouuders, weighing
I'.',000 |i..ui.ii* each; twelve 8-inch guns, r*3cwt.; ose
2,100 H. howitzer, and one 1,200 lb boaitier?total, \7
guns?suppUed with 100 rounds of ammunition. It is
uow bt lie ved that the Suaquehanna will proceed direct
to the coast of Syria. Steam waa applied to her yes?
terday with satisfactory results.
The United States steamer Vixen sailed on Fri lay
from this port. She ia to prxeed direct to the coast 0
Maine Damariscoita) to act there in connection with
the Uniud State? Coast Survey. Her officer? ure
Lieut. Coiudg. Phelpe; Lienta. Minor, Hurdangh,
Robbing, and Bower?; Engineers Brady and Varven,
and Dr. Ferry.
PWal oi.A. Fla., July 20, 18?U?The United Sta-es
roivette Preble of the home fleet has arrived. A des?
perate row has just occurred among the Brooklyn?
Railroad AcTinrsT.? The Philadelphia mail t"ain
dm gt Jersey City at 10 p. m. on Friday night had a
nai row e-.-iq?- from a very serious calamity, in the
vicinity of the cemetery, about a mile south of the
Broad-street Deisot in Newark. A freight train was
coming in, behind time in consequence of too much
water iaj.ht boiler. The Philadelphia train wa? com
ing up 1 ?hind at a high rate of speed, when the loco
motive struck the rear car of the freight train, which
was loaded with hay; this car was forced upon the
next one ahead, which was a jassenger car, but no
person wa? in it, and both cars were considerably
broken. The cow-catcher of the Philadelphia train
was broken, and a couple of the baggage crate? were
thrown off, but further than this no damage occurred.
Three or four employees on the freight train received
some ?light bruise?. The pasaenger train arrived at
Jersey City about 12 o'clock.
?iiciur. cy Takikg AasKNic?Mrs. Rosa Rosen
thai, a German bidy, residing at No. 127 Washington
street, Hoboken, committed ?elf-destruction by awal
lowing a quantity of arsenic on Friday afternoon.
An inquest was subsequently Leid by Jnstice F. W.
Bohnetedt, when it apjeared tbat deceased arrived iu
this country, together with her husband and four
children, a few weeks since, and for some days past
has appeared melancholy and partially deranged. The
juiy rendered the following verdict:
VV ? tu... 11. ?t H. -. anaeitthal rani* t? Ii?-r death by takln*
araentc, atxt..lii.?t?r>?d by lier cam band*. The jury would call
lb? atttnti.'B of th. pt-blic a:ith?r1tie? to the |oo?e manner iu
wl.ii li poiMiDS ?it ivid by dn.g!??t* generally."
Im isiiiinr Fini ru Jm-rv Cit?.?About 1
o'clock on Sunday morning, a fire broke on? in the
carpenter's slop owned ami occnpisd by the Cunard
('"iniat y, and siiuat.il at the. foot of York street,
Jersey City. Be rapidly did the llamas spread, that iu
le?.? than a uuarur of an hour the whole roof of the ex?
tensive coal sl'.'ti owned by the same company was
completely enveloped in flames. A fre.?h breeze wa?
bl.'Wii g in a ?oiitn-east?;rly direction, and lie fore the
flamee could > e checked, the tire extended to the baud?
ing occupied by Ketchuui ?v Co., machinists, and owned
by Wm. Ew_a. A ?mall frame building, situated iu
tlie rear of tl e mat hine ?hop. and containing the engiue
and heavy part of the machinery, was, with its con
lent?, tota fy destroyed. The flame? extended on the
t.oith t" ibe Cuetom-lloiiKe, which, being a fireproof
buiiding, was damaged mostly by water. The follow?
ing is a li?t of the lceses: Cunard Company, 13,000 on
?lied and coal, and .* 1,000 on goods damaged by wa'er
in th? Cuetom-llouse, fully insured iu the Eagle In
?urnnceCo. of New York; Ketctum A Co., f2 J00,
insured for |2,000 in the Jersey Ci'y Insurance Co.;
Wm. Ewun. loas on buildings a ?out $1500? insured.
The firemen are entitled u> great credit for the
prompt manner in whi'h they checked the fire, which
at one time threatened to be the largest in Jersey City
for many years. The extensive lumber-yard of Barst
iV Co., immediately adjoining was in imminent peril,
as waa airo the ebippin?. at the dock, one of the Cunard
?teamers Ixing obliged to get up steam and hick oat
into the river. As there was no tire used in the vicin?
ity of the carpenter? shop, there ia no doubt it was'the
work of an incendiary.
HysMMMMU in a IIoR-r?A Han Bittln? The
N> waik Ali i etsrm of .Saturday ?ave:
' A v?ln*rile nitre Mousing to Mr Win. H. Vrnel tod, No. ?VI
M. m? aud E???i Rai'r.wd-sveniie. be-'.in. untminlly violent on
Thursday ever.i:.*, while in the ?table tearing the mangar with
her t.etb, then br.-aking the baiter as?) perforniltaf a t.rie? of
woiuierfiil avii iittti? teat* 1 i.rril?taka>?Ie ligm of hydrophobia
were exhibited by the Bnirx?t lu th? gUiteiiing evei, enlarged
noatilli, loan i ; | at the ixioutb, u???vy bresthing, and a tendency
to ?nap at everything th it came iu b?r way Mr. V reeland,
whiVln the aot of administer b g medHu?? to hot, ?d? bitten
upon t?a ?mi i. y the enrsird arunrxl. Continuing to grow ?till
mcr>- violent, Mr. ?/. ?l.-etual it n? ?-?aury to diap-t? h tne ani?
ma! before ai. > I .r ber Injury ta doue, but h? bad ' tint t?
? r. h Ler ? Alien?me time the animal leap*?! In *mong lorn?
i anl?ge? under ? .tied adjoining the ?table?, ?nd became wedg-d
In ?Sordini a good oppert unity for itriting her in tbe b.avi with
?n ax, v> lnh wa? promptly done, sod ?he died is a few miaul?.
In * ?at agony The wound apon Mr. Vr??_ud'i arm, i'*a?ed by
the bite, luougli n't e?t*n?lve, at brat crea'ed apprehenaioa?**
to B fatal re*nit, but hi* phyaidsn pronounce? hluioutof daiigar."
B"i.iirKY.?About 3 o'clock on Su'urday morning
the i tty Hi'tel, corner of Hudson and < ?ran.l ?toet?, Jer??y City,
mi* erxtered. autl two watchea snd *5 In inouey it?It'ii from the
bar room. No cine to the tbie et.
The Vk Toi.iA Bridi.k MtnAL.?A medal, designed
by Wyatt "1 Ixiiidoti, has been atr.uk in commemora?
tion of the opening of the Vkrtoria Bridge, on the
flrutid Trunk Railway of Canada by the Prince of
Wale?. On theobverre iu relief are the Canailianann?,
sni mounting a view of the great bridge, an! the legend,
" The Victoria Bridge Mesial?Grand Trunk Railway
if Canada. Tlie Victoria Bridge, Mootteal The
greatest work of engineering .kill iu the world, publicly
?Eiiugiirai.-d and opened in 1800.'' On the m verse are
the English coat of arm?, with meda_ions of Queen
Viroria. the Royal Consort, and their ?on, tbe Prime
of WaJee, and the legend, " The Victoria Bridge con
sis'* of ?I spans, ',?<?.' feet euch, and in center XV) feet,
with a long abutment on each bank of the river. The
tul)?? are of iron 23 feet high, lb feet wide, and weigh
11,000 tuns, ?upportad on 2i piers, cou tai ni rig ??50,000
cubii feet; extreme length two miles; cost $7,0(k),000.'"
Copie? of the medal in full gold aud white metalare
for s&le at Tiffiuy'a.
A HoR??-Tiiin. ?Casper Bollier of No. ?Ill Hous?
ton wart rouipliim that, on Kriaxy afl>rn->on, William
Lsoiiaid aged ?_.U>W' from him t herte arid w?IOii aid a loa.l
of ?rgetsblet Th? _i?f hud ?ttra.pted to ?ell the property l<>
varioui per*?,!.?, but. 1-U.g oii.ie.-e-a.lnl, wa? ?rr.-ited with il
?till in hi. pa**f*?lon. Joatlce Welsh .-'.?tiiiltt?-.! aim loaa*w?r.
Iajt nui v-mir Bat n ini;.?John EasUxn, n lad
MBti ata* ye-r. while l.stluug .t Ike Ualtery on ?Uturdav, uxn-e
in ronttct wtth Mttxve ?barp MM_a ?, . uttlnt a lara?. laab la hi.
ab.louien thi.--.gh wl.1 I. hU banmtit protr.nied. The umortiiB^
isd ?ta reaxrued fr?m tlx* ?star by Uve polir?, and convoyed to
the New . t.rk iioanltal Kvery alaendon was paid to him bn
th? ?h..!, Isl. have litt.? tin- of liU n?ev?ry.
I CITY ITEMS,
Am e-?t*?< int.- ?Laura Kerne's Theater?The At
I icon Cvustn ? Thi? ever pt pillar play hne been
I vived at this honre with P?e greatest poeoibl? sucu
i tb* theater is not large enough to hold the thron
I pe. pie who cots* every night.
WaUark's Theater.?Mr. Florence in hi? ?ucee?
| impertoiiation of C?pt. Cottle toiiight; Mrs. Flor?
? as Snsaii Nipper. To be followed by " A L??*ob
Htifbat-ds." To-morrow ?vtning, " The Toodle?.
Ntf'i'o , Garden.? To-night the circus retarns in
It? slory, with all the favorite performers who h
already made so favorable an imprewion her?; **?oyi
Robinson, the Hanlons, and all the other? app?
BwBSSSB await? them.
lit? Bovcry.?Mr. Eddy s engagement haa bee
great sucee.-r and be hac I?en reitegaged for ?not
term of night?. Mr. Eddy te one of th? moat p~pt
tragedians we bave.
American Museum.?The minstrel husmeas is in
"??ration fend reem? to be successful. Th* curie?
department la constantly repl?tiieh?d.
Palace Garden.?.Something new and grand U gi
here every day and evening.
Thi- Fast or As.?Yt>?terday, the ninth day of
Hebrew mouth Ab, and the anniversary of
destruction of the Temple of Solomon by Nebacb
rez/ar. and of th? deetr id ion of the 8?X'or.d Tempi*
Titus Vespasian, was celebrated by Israelite? ev?
where as a day of fasting.
C?tela???. Pauk Swas?The Acting-Consal
Hamburg has notified the Commissioners of the Cent
IHtrk of the receipt of a comm*mication from the Sen
of that city expressing a willingness to complete
original number of swan? for the Central Park.
Launch.?Tie launch of the bark Jame? We
will not tak? place o? Monday, but on Wednetrj
morning at 9 o'clock, from the yard of Mr. E. M
Ham? of Greenpotnt.
Exirosioi? in the Bat?A Man Scaloed.?1
email .-?en ml?-a? I. C. Mint urn burs', her boiler
Saturday morning, at 11 o'clock, while towing into P
No. 6, North River, the canal-boat A. H. Phillij
severely scaldirg (??sorge Walter, who wa? at t
helm on board the canal-bout, aud blowing overboil
another named William .Johnson, who was picked
uninjured. She was one of the original Hoist?
street and Willi tmsburgh ferry-boats.aud is now aim'
used up. ' .
A Slight Mistake.?" Tbe Wide-Awake Vo-saln
und " Tbe Sunday-School Bell ' are bound in the sat
establishment. By a mistake of the binders, a la?
number of the covers of the former have been fasten
on the songs of the latter, and tent off to purchasi
and editor?. Lincoln glee-club?, however, are I
ex? ectcd to ?lug Sunday -Sciu-ol hymns at polit h
meeting?. Our op|?oneute will not be likely to maki
similar mistake, for they know they will sing em
next November, and have not provided their pai
with a ?ong-book.
Phrenology in England.?Prof. Fowler's;
wile, and Mr. Wells iiirm of Fowler ?V Wells), phi
n./loaists and publishers, of this city, sailed on Satard<
in the City of Baltimore, for an extended profession
tour in England. Scotland, Ireland, and probably An
traba, or wherever the English language is ?poke
and where thoee who apeak it are willing to hoi
lecture? upon the science of phrenology. Messr
Fowler 6l Well? have made tbe tour of the Unit'
State? and Canada, with greater success than ever a
tended upon any traveling lecturers upon this or at
k'ndred subject. It will be something remarkable
they do as well " over the water."
The Knights Timpi.ar or Wi.ihington.?C
Saturday the visiting Knight? Templar of WasbingtO!
under escort of the united Commanderiee of thi? cit;
visited Brooklyn, where they were received by tl
( oin??.andenes of that plat*, and entertained at tl
Pierpont House with a collation. They were accon
???allied on their march by a band of music, and attract?
eonside i able attention in their neat and plain unifori
The Waibing^onians leave for home to-day.
' - m
Walking Horses.?Lewis B. Brown of this cit
lias given the manager*? ?of the great national hon
show, to l?e held Sept. 4, at Springfield, Mass., t?.
sum of $30, to be offered a? a sp?cial pr-mitim for tl
'? licet walkii g ho.se iiinlei the saddle or in harness
Thie it a very proper way of calling tbe attention i
the public to the consideration of the fact that a goe
walk is the most ueeful gait that a horse can have,
ha? heretofore been wholly overlx'ked in making i
Street Letter-Hove-..?After Wetinesday nex
letters dropped into the Government boxe? affixed t
the lamp-poets in our (tree's mutt bave a onecen
bin-- postage stamp upou them, as well a? the usuu
'ied three-cent stamp, to ensure their going by th
mails. The free onvej at ce of them to the poet, offio
haa, so far, failed to pay expense?.
A political discussion on the ?asnee of the campaign
between Francis John Tucker, eeq., and Cd. Williaa
C. Rote, -ail! take place at Clinton Hall, Aetor place
For ElhoI'E ?Tbe steamer Vanderbilt sailed on
Saturday for Southampton and Havre, taking out
$1,7'-0,(jOO in epecie and Ml ptieeenger?. The City of
Baltimore also left for Liverpool, taking out $170,000
in specie and 199 passengers.
Traue wit? Japan.?The dipper-schooner New
York, Capt. John Sweeney, owner and masier, is
al-out to ?tart on a voyage to Japan, with the inten?
tion, if possible, of entering into the coasting trade
with that country.
Arrist or an Alleged MtHRKRER?A Ccrioos
Case.?On Saturday night Capt. Howling and officer
Riordan of the Sixth Ward arrested a German named
Richard Bavendann, keeper of a Five Points groggery,
at No. Ij'Baxter street, on a charge'of murder. The
only ground? for tbe arrettare the statements made to
Capt. Howling on Saturday by a most degraded woman
named Mary OB r?en, and the fact that a man was
found dead a* she relate*. The cin-amstances of the
man e death are as follows:
On the night of the 30th of July, lS59,officer Sherlock
discovered as apparently intexicated man iu a aitring
BBBBBB in the alley way of house No. '.? J Baxter street,
and he attempted to arouse him. Upon taking hold
of I im the ofllcer discovered that he was dead. The
l*ody was removed to th* Station-House, where Cor?
oner Jackman held an inquest on the following day.
A post morem examiuaiiou of the body win made by
Dr John Beach, vthen it was diavovered that one of
tlie vessel? of the heart had b?en ruptured, and the
jnry rendered a verdict to the effect that death was the
rtwult of said rupture. The name of the man wa? as
c-ruined to b? Jan Gu?'aiii o, a native of Gibraltar.
It was siippowd that the man died while intoxi?
cated, and nothing further was thought of the case
until Saturday, when Mary O'Brien informtd Capt.
I ?ovv ling that Guitarino bad been murdered by Baven?
dann. Sbe said that at th* time of the murder she oc?
cupied a roe m in the house Ko. 37 j Barter street, aud
that Bavendann, her landlord, also lived in th? house,
which was occupied chiefly by prostitute?. On (be
night of tli? -Kith of July, lH.r'9, ?he encountered th*
stranger in tbe street, aud induced l_-to go to her
loom. While there he exhibited ? terg* sum of money,
which be had in a b?lt ?bout hit body. This money
ex i it*d her cupidity, and ?he informed Bavendann of
th? fact, that he might assist her in robbing the
stranger. She ?ays that Bavendann ita-madtetoly pro
?-*> .l?d to her room and, stikiay Gnstarioo with a
heavy club, killed him instantly. H? then called
another wo-aao, named Margaret Welsh, and with her
iteiiei-uic* re? ?v?d th? bodf to th? alteyway, and
I?.**c*d ?i in tU | oai'ion as found by the otlcer. haviaf
pr?v iously enured the mousey of the ?ardered aun.
After thi? eccrtrreine, the ?ceased removed trou th?
b.-?i?e ; ?id recently he acd Mary Lave had ? qa_rrel.
in .( ?tea..,., i,<e ..f which she resolved to expose hi?
Immediately on receiving this infonnstion. Csjt*?
Dcwlibg st-cared B*vendan? and Margaret Weiah, mod
lot ked them np for tbe night. Yesterday morniag th?
prisoner? were taken before Justice Welsh, at __
Tomb?, when Mhv endann wm committed for e?t__ia_
tion, und Margaret and Mary were both ?tot to the
Hi we of Detention m w it ?etwee.
The coroner who held th? inquest, and hi?, iooruj
who coiitiucted tbe poet mortem examinatkm of the
tody of the d*ceoeed, are confident thai Mary? ?tary
is h ehe er fabiicHtion. They aay that aVatli could ftvet
h?ve been produced by a blow with ? elnb withoat
leaving tome external trace of violence, ?ad they As?
sert that there was no evidence that any weap-?n had
been need. Furthstmore, they allege that it weald be
next to impomble for any external violence to rmfAmrt
a vereel of the heart. The body will doubtle? la? 1
burntd, anda more careful ?xauioation toad? in
S?LKrTioir or two Cakdioatk? for the Carrt?
States Military akd Naval AcAiinti?.?.?Ia ?e
"'tdan.e with be offer recently taade by the He?.
Daniel E. Sickle? to nominate, from the papila of th?
public school?, of the Hid Congressional District, can?
didate? for the two scholarship* within his gift in th?
Military Academy at West Point and the Naval Acad?
emy at Am apolii, aix lad* present?9d themael vea from
.School No. 29, In the First Ward, nod No. 38. in th?
Eighth Ward, ou Saturday morning, for exaiaituttio?
a? to their fitoee? for the position. City Superint ml
ent Bendall and AssUtant Super?iteniient Joaescon
ducted the examination, which was iu progr?s? for five
end a half ..oure. Ha d pro?.lerne in geometry, alge?
bra and other branche? of study, were propound-jd,
and all the candidate? evinced marked profiaeaey??
each being capable of taking a grade above that re
iinircd for admission in either institution. As, how?
ever, only two could be successful, the ?cholsrships
wei? awarded to Master Garnet H. Lydt*cker,fr?a* the
Free Academy, and Master Charles F. Schult?, fr xa
the First Ward tSchool?they being onaidered the best
qualified to fill the conditions of ibe offer. Mr. 8k'kxU?
was present at the examination, and took part ia it.
Tiere were no repre. enta? ives of the Fifth Ward School
among the candidates.
011fIf? Rm or THiiH Li'katic.i.?On ?Sai'?rdsy,
the Finit Ward Police arrested three person??an aged
man and woman, and a young woman?all of whom
are insane, or nearly so, on a charge of vagrancy.
The old man, who is the most rational of the party.
stated that be aul h's two companions were inmate? of
the Insane Aejlum at Taunton, Mae?., and that on
Friday last they were placed on the cars and ?ent to
thi? city. On arriving here they were placed in a
carriage, by whom be doe? not know, and driven to
Castle Garden, where they were refused alraittaace.
The driver of the ?sarrii.ge then took them to the First
Ward Station House, where they were arrested and
detained on a charge of vagrancy. If their story
proves true, they will be sent back. It is by no meas?
a new trick, this palming off of lunatic? upon oar
Whitfili. Boi -mi??The steamer City of Norfifk
i? will be remembered, cleared from this p^ft a few
week? sime, bound for St. Thomas and a markst W?
understand that the Captain has returned to this city,
having transferred or sold the steamer there. There
wa? r-oiae difficultv about clearing the steamer from
this port, as it was ?aid ?lie would go withoat paper?,
aud one or two houses refused to ship by her. Her
future movement? were probably all arranged before
?he left this port. Her clearauee, of course, would
answer just as well for St. Thomas at the month of th?
Congo l.iver. as the West India Island of the same
name. It is a fact that half the vessel ? which clear for
S'. Thomas with regular papers, go to the littls
of the same name in the Bight of Biafra.
[N. T. Jour. tte%m%
Nkw-Yor? Hospital.?Weekly Rr-port to July
n. Hat*': Sunrical. Mwrlo?J. Total.
ImUsj on July 10.181 ? 140
Admitted to July it. VH V H
?i?ci urged, cured or relieved.. ?U tl it
Reuiaimnc It date.1? SI ?H*
Ms.?*, il?: Keionle?, ?t.
Brni.r.ARV.?Oficere ?^a-TUia and Lyon? of th?
Eleventh Ward, on Krid.y ni-ht. detected four burglar? 1b th*
hoti*e No. US Avenue B ??-. p.?-d by Mr L Bryant Th.W
gltrs fled on the appro?, h of tie officer*, but wer? r-mmidas?
? ?ptuo-d On being taken to the SUtloe-Houie. they ni? IbSlr
name? ** Daniel Donobu?. Oweo llonoh?*, John Abbott *a?j
John Br*y While In the home. _<? Uurglar. had raaaaokaxd ?M
bareati? and rloaeta. and had p-ekevi up ? quanti-y of good a I?*
carry off. Bray ia aa old offender, bavin* tust terved oat ? leo
teiire In St ?:- Prt*ou. They wer? al] in ked up for cxaiuintttofl
by Juatice Brvnoan.
ArriPF.VT? Arm luqVMSft??Coronsr Jackmau oa
Sitaiday hell an Inqoest at No 99 Henry ttr.-.t. on th? body of
Jobo Oreen, who died ot ?nju-1?? received by filling doam ?isle?
a day or tiro previou* I)e.*xael ??*? ixstive *7 Ire.aul 3?
year? of age A ve rdir" of a? ?? .d??nt?i death art? rendered... .Th*
time Cor.'?er held an inqoe.t on the body of Jo-eph RMbeog,
an Iriiliuiaii aged 40 year?, wh<> I* ti.ppesed to hive commlttej
?uieide by drowning on ThnrnUy iifgbt Hii body w*a recov
? red at pier No. 1 North Biver, ?ud tne Jury returned a verdir*.
of auppo*ed aiiictde. _
Railroad A( i ioKNi.??'nSiaiiriiaTnight a colorad
boy named Jame? Steven., aged II rear?, while trying to ?lltafc
upon tie platform of one of tbe H ud.ou River cart at ft wa* mm
ing through Canal street fell beixeatlt the wheels and bad hi?
right arm frightfully rniahed. He w** i'Onvey??d to the New
Yrrk Hoaplt?, where Dr. Watt? ampaUted the artn above the
Foi'Ni. Dt\Ti.?On Saiui'day night Mary Mahout/
wai found dead in a baiement at No 1? Dov?i ?tree?. She was
of intemperate htl.it?. ?nd death I? ?oopoo-d to have r??tu!tej
from natural can??*. An inquest trill be held on the body
AnANijo.sMENT.?Mr?. Sarah Bams, lodging-house
keeper of No. 45 Klin tr-et too* ? child to the Sixth %V*r?l
S'*!lon Hou??. to be rVlivered into th? cuitody of the Super!?
ter dent ef Out Ooor Poor on Saturday. She ?UU-d that th?
?iilM had been brought on Tharsday. by so anknown woman,
.. ho left It while th? went out. oatenrfbly to pur-hue Km?
1 tbn.'fiT .t She J iJ not retara, und Mr*. Bom? deUroreaJ
he inisiit to the polic?.
A Broken Jvw.?On the I5th in??., Joseph 81?t
terly, ? nati-e of Ireland, M year? of ?s*. wa? aiu.Ht.-d lo 'h*
New-Yoik Hospital. luFering with a broken jtw. Oa bating
n.ked how he re. elved th? Injury he gave ?everal very cimum
dlctory ?turen.?ut?, but ln?l?ted that it wa* the remit of vloleno?
?i the hind* ?f raome p. rt-n U' kno? u Hi* lUtoment* were ?o
vague tlxat no leliaure rould be put upon them On S?tu d?y
lsat, ini'mi niation of the brain aet in, and ixMih waa the rnult.
Corooer Jtrkin?n b.ld ? laqsest on th? body yaaUniay,
when th? Jury rendered a verdict of ?tt-atli from _?_?_?Hit
of the brain.
Barnim? MrsM'M cotitinue? to b* crowded
with \ .ait. n ?a it certainly it with rarlocirle?. No Krxnget
think? of l??\ ii g the city without going the-? The dltpity of
noveltle? ?nd worden in the MU? and ?Advertisement* I? well
calculated to draw crowd?, snd uo ou knowi hettatr how to
thow?theni off in that ?ay than Bum ?. Bat thi* l* sot th?
?ere. of hi* turres* ; that lift in his givln* th? public ju*t what
bv repr. aent?, and lo giving auch ? host of Cum.
[ A,1? .rtl-enient |
How TO Do It.?Merchant?, wholesale ami re
tail, ?re after porxled to know hoir to place their ?apiore?,
whether thi* uiu will make a good ??'.??man ; that * io?d ae
. ount.iiti thi*, a reliable ami trustworthy cooittsntlal clerk,
?hat, a <??liier In-. A phrenological datrription. ?-aratolly writ
teu our, would ?eitle the question, ?nd indies?e the eiart placa
?ach man can best ?11. ??'..?. lbb k VVsli?. No. VM Broadway,
mike private ea?xirxiaati<>rii. _
Tur Savannah Rh-tblicaw Blues* were Pb?->
i. -mph-' for the St-ri'on-.'pe. triataritsiisoualy, donag Uafcr
itapertiwQ in Bond-*t Copie? bow ready.
J O ?Mi a. S...V, No TOT Broadway.
1 Adve*-ti*emeot |
The Chicago Zoii_vn and ?Second CoMTajrv
NsTti.Nat Ocard w?r.? ?grouped ?nd takeo Air the Sler-xw>p?,
i'?rt-iii'an.ou?lv ?t We *t Poiot. on Tharedsy i**?. Capte* ready.
Die ..unt to th? n*J? ?J? Ocksbv ?V. Boa.
No TOT Broadway.
Rott's Hi a wath a Hair Restorative is the
test article In th?t>?rl?et for givtig U gray or red h_ra_W_?
black or brows. ??? sjtHaWa, tu ?_oth?r oslas??
[ Adt?jrt_am??Bt I
f:.t."-. Gab.?Dealer? are iavind to call at em
Cvil ii saiifa.'turixig depot for uew ityie* of 0?v* FurcBS? m*..
a. Wabsbb, Paca k Co., No. irj Un>?d-ar tsjsjsjtkm Wutus
I.I VNARU Si Co.,
f ATB.Tt il'l ISBBBUBB ? llVt?,
lM>aUilU laaaCT r.JWSBB,
aud Vbbmis D?rsotaa
Tlx* only tnilv reUtble *i*4jIV? to e^UruAnsU iedhala*
CrTrtoo Btigs, Mcth*. OanWa Iaat-ts. RajBv us4?,??___.
PriucljaTO^vot, No Ifft B?*-w?y. aWibj ?U Pw^*'
[Ad veril ?em*?*. t-u
Edward H. Dixon. U. D., B*?t_ _,__?
?.-alpal. mud Op*r_liag and ?? iMhii ??S_M_ ????-""
OflUe notvaal?Ueas on Ox* a
arU?elsv ?XmtttU. rtle*? t?5s_|
without Ut* kttif. ?i Ugaturo.
?osl T I? ? *vs?_g?