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We sre now nport 'he very threshold of the most
Critical ses**n of *he tear, and no one can except iu
tie rncst vague snd unreliable manner, prognosticate
?tbei U* yb'ld ? f crops or their probable value in the
J-all. 'August is regarded in Orea' Britain as of all,
ta# west riiticul month; and u on its temperature and
jmetecrtlogy depend the aggregate yield of cereals, and
their market pr ce. F? r this reason, over there, the
moist climat* d. ee noi permit of housing tbe grsin as
0..on as cnt, so tbe sheaves are left in cock for a long
timeioensu-epsrfectcartrie. They arethenbuilt upinto
large stocks in the field which are well thatched,
and from which tbe grain is usually threshed di?
rect. August is lb? harvest month, and of eonrse
if tbe cutting is delayed?as it is this year
?for a fortnight, three weeks, or even a
KODth, tbe shockel grain is expored to all tbe cold,
damp nights, snde'en showers, or long cold storms of
Bn English September. Too? it of en happens that be?
fore a rea'ly tirM-ra*e wheat er- p can be threshed and
boused h will nave been eJamsged ten, twenty, or, ia
extreme esses, fifi y per cent. Apply this rule to the
*vhole kingdom, and it will be seen that to enter into
?peculation as M the British grain crop, before at least
the 'JOth of Align?-!, b she?r nonsense.
There are, however, certain fundamental principles,
ly astndy of which we can gain general ideas upon
this mHm . For instance: we know that there ha?
leen in Great Britain a bad Winter, a bad Spring, and
a very unfavorable June. An unusual amount of rtin
Las fcdlen, aud great damage Ins been d me to grain
and grass by t h II and th.* many successive we?-k*of
C 1.1 weather. It is f?ir to count on a diminished
}icld; for, alt'jongb there bad been a f?v ?rabie change
i?i the weatrer. at last advices, it has come too U,te to
Si M tbe crop from much loss. " The s il," say? Tbc
M"k Lane E.>pras, "oopod illy heavy litidialow
places, is compara ively water-logged, though bound
on the surface. Potatoes have no strength; neither
milgel-wurzel. Wheat very slowly advances on tbe
Lett ?oils, ano lo kt? tMRsMss on the woist, as is the
Paie with barley ; mi'l there is no tune now for ti/!>ri>ii?
enncrtate lin? t bin m ?ekes it the more imp-rtant that
the fine weather should last till harvest is over, is an
alnt.dant yield, under the most favorable eircura- j
stances, is impost?' le."
England must, therefore, make up her deficiency by
Importations. Wnere can she get the grain she needs ?
Kot frtm France; for France has less than an average
Crop, and no grain to spare. Not from Germany; nor
from the Danube. Sbe may get some from Southern
li -*i?. for we learn that the story of locnst ravag?e
was much exsggerat d, and an unusually fine crop is
expected. But she can get all and more that she wants
from the United States, if we may credit our acsount?
from every quarter of the country. Hot much grain
we will have to spare, or she will need, no mortal muu
can tell jnrt now (with all respect be it spoken to the
e'al-orate rs <f formidable statistic-', and we must wait
Cntrl 8?p ?mWr toknow whether it will pay us to ?hip
from Chicago to Liverpool
Farmers shemld remember these general la^vs of
demand and supvlv. England is our great custim?r
for breadstuff*. If Entila? d has a very short crop, and
we a very sboit or. e too f ?mine Offioas <* ill j revail. If she
hut a very short crop, and we a wry lanre one, average
i ?its rule. If both have very large crops, prices go
d< wn. Aid ibey go lower aud lower as the bar ce eta
of both countries are exuberaut. The whole thing
lies in a nut-rhell; and if farmers will ooly remember
|MM simple rul.e. the y will ravs MOaMafMa much di->
ppointment. I5y looking at tbe advices MSOMO? by
wtch incoming steamer, and tbe rejiorti in Americau
aL-riculturHl ai.d commerei*! papers, they can always
nake a shrewd guet.? ?is totheir provable incouie. We
.*esk, of course, a? if a'l our c mntry readers t *>k at
east one ag'icuhnial MfWr? for a farmer without a
srmet's paper is like a OOMa without wheels?iucapa
L ?c of proper progress.
Ferl apt as g? ' d a ??roof of the unuso:il bai weather
it June, a? we could give, is the following diegram
irom The Mnrk-I.o,t Ezprt?* t
FM-, it ttiost in i nit svaaaa nuca m whs ?t.
t' M?; M Jot. i i.:. I lune 16 Ju.r23 .lune 3?.
.. I ..
5"? (U .. .. ..
M? Ils. .. .. .. -
m- -a ! .. .. -? ..
Mt <d ,-..
bU bd.|-! .. 1 ..
The price is here given in sterling currency per
?'quarter,' er eight buebels which is the usual grain
Treasure. Whea* is now higher by 8 per cent thin it
w a* leu-t year at the? same date In 18/!', on the tiret
Fricay in ?July, there were oald in Mark-Lane 17 1,801
?MMafc of wheat, at abou?. lo? ''d. t-'erling per bushel;
Ml iie on the corr.-ponding Friday of this year, m\--?
o' TOS.ftSMohtlsOM repired at about ?s -U. A
rTt-1 many ?MMMod farmer? in the United Stales are
interested in the question whether this high price will
be maintained.
The aoc uni* fr"m Ireland, which have all along
been peculiarly gloomy, are now more cheering, and
it is expected that the wheat harvest will not be do
laved more tliau a fortnight. Tne s'.oriee respecting
tl;e appearaijce of the po*ato disease seem to have been
entirely without foundation, and we learn from The
I on's Journal that the crop is both healthy and
We are sorry to learn that there has bOM so destruc?
tive a drouth in Western Vermont. The level plain
cf heavy clay Imid between the Green Mountain? and
1.4 a? Champlam. comprising ? etrip of eonntry aver?
aging some 15 M '-'? m des in width, has been almost as
badly |*rcb?*d as parts of Missouri and Kansas. One
fumer near IVir Ilavet? tells uh that he mowed 'hiity
five acres of mead <w aud gul only two tun? of gras?
from tfte whole piece.
On the other hand, a subscriber in Seneca County,
(?oiy, MMBOM s tlu?t iu I is section they are having ?"
mcch rain as to injure the flue wheat crop which, has
l?een harvested.
Th' Nu'-tMssmi Ruiletin says tha':
"JSot for ye ir? b-t-?o'.??.* ?nd ?o severe a drouth buen exp*>
riei.ced in the .loiitberri St*'?'? la ?utne ?ection? no rein of toy
rf.: leqaraM La? (?l'en antes the 1-t of April. Tbit 1? rspci illy
trie of Teiat. rertiin parinbe* la th!? Sut* and Mildle (*?.- >rgw
1 v.hiri. latter seertet, aoeoroti % '<? h ?ri-<r n. o liVorgispeper.
?i I,?? rwen ki.i wr. t" f.Ur in 21 li'.iim than h'i? I.I Ind
-ah?-.e ??n. e toe )?t of Jat.a -y Ttwse, R n??y he taid ire et
'.eptl ?.?I <?-e? 'IV.ie. But there i? : ? luit litle diftcni" in
the lei.citiji. eftbecseps ?i bmm o? it.r eaSSas Sun?. ciu ?,,-.
ifrOBi ??m i? district? ofO? Wf?e AUbar?a. Klorid-?. Mi
.. ;; Artas?*?, 'JVxa? ?? d our "wa .sta'e, are, to ?ay tin
la Ibete ?tatet I hv? liefen not 'nly
SaSMtatsI b> a dr^utt unprn-.d-iio-d in it? dtirttion. bu? wl'.hin
U.?- .?.t iLonth tbe] i.ad Is ?tiugg:-- for exM i c ? bj Um f i i?' w
^ ...,.,., . ? h, J j, we'. d-??!' ? uieht? sridthe
i ^ |Id mate eUUleU) or high tooreMot wtbd?, wbleh
i up vt?i it-tion m 1' a ?ir??? o t.ad p?'?e(l ocrer It. The
C?nMr;jwni# of ?i.tb Weetber i? obviout."
Atiotu-r prominent Southern jiajier confirms this
epinion. end MMftj tha' he corn crop in Mi*-is-ippi,
t?.??(., ImmMMM ly in tbe valleysl is a distreesinir tail
Ore; and the ssMM cr ?p, nnle-sn there is a chaude in
tbe trsoMM i-j a biief liaie, will l>e no better, ft will
nt>a.ure early and be *e!,t forward to market promptly;
but there will *?- H ^.a ^uj,,^ 0jy ?? ,,aantity.
So bad ha- f e drouth t^^ in Tejas that the Onind
?Tcriee of se'.etbl OaSMMI bave calle! MMMMJI iu
t'ieir resj>eetive j?n.di ., M f?r tl,e VHr00M! ot adopt
MfOOOM aMsMMSd t.-li-f f,,r ,>t ,.nr ?m
<iti?4ns, vsh?. are? thre,'ite,,e,i with lamine on acciurit of
tbe failure ot the com SJSS> Ju their tear of famiue
the people setmtohave Wen driven to prey? r-rueet
hffl ai a last ree'iirr?, and preyentive tfft?mt drouth;
fcj.d we- read of their haWMf t SM very Lafgatf a'ttstided
L u.e- \ ,iUc^s, where 0OM aRMMlMM
?? ircjue-nt o?c?rrente heretofire.
t. H. Mark wne-s from flavei port, for*, July It,
t.- follows: "On tbe I7ih ius'aut, I measured a rt ?Ik of
Corn that was II feet and if inches. I think the avera^
of the field would be about II feet. It bad been
planted just aV days?allow wy ene day only feff beii.p;
iii the c/ronnd, aud it jrrew just '-'J inches r-r day.
There were three ear? on the stalk at the MMOetivs
disuu.e?? from the Kroi"d ?f ?, *< and'?'foet. ( ?.ru
?evei looked be'ter in tin? State at ibis season of the
year. The wheat crop is mo? lye ut, and that which has
Le*n tLrasfed yield? muc-b bet'ter than anticipated. The
hver^Ke will It? over 'JO bushels, per acre??>*???
leid? turning 40. All crops are a'.un.laiit exceptin?
Irraes, whxh war injuied lor waut of ratn in the eajly
|?uxt ol \Xm u^nsou. ?
aa - - ir i iiw?r? -n? win ? ????
?lohn H. Hilt-m writce from Batavia, Jefferson
County, Iowa, July ?3:
" Wheat was injured feere very mneh by the chinch
bug. "Wo wi'l thrash perhaps, h fourth of a cop.
Notwithstanding the dry 8"?rint\ cor? looki well.
From present pro? ?sects, will be an average crop, or
rather more."
A (AHI).
To the VMtor q/ The S. Y. Tribune.
Suc Allow me, through tbe column? of your piper,
to correct a gToa?, and, as I believe, a willful misrepre?
sentation, contained in an editorial of The Express on
Tlniisdayaud Friday last, in reference to a ?peech de
livcK'd by me a few evenings since at a ratification
meetirg at Fiehkill.
The Express state? that I was at Ffshkill on
Wednesday evening, speaking at a Republican meet?
ing, and, to use its own languige, "pitching into Mrs.
Douglas." It continue?: "Mm. D., he said, wa? a
cci,firmed Ron an Catholic, very bitter, Arc, &c. ;*'and
wind? up by admonishing me to "let the women aJone,
a? even savage? respect crinoline." Now, a? tbe
?peech was not reported, except in a brief abstract of!
contained in The Evening Post, and a? that contained
no allusion whatever to Mr?. I)., I wish to state wha
was said; a? tbe phrases "very bitter." Ac, and the
h.nnerdcc? "Ac, A c," used ?o plentifully by the edit?
or? of The Express (at.d never need by me), have besn
cor ?trued by other journals, who have copied the ver?
sion cf that paper, to mean that I shamefully abused
tbe wife of Senator Douglas, and applied epithet?, in
incidentally alluding to her, so disgracefal as to be unlit
to appear in print. ?TT~??3 " ">
Wbat I <.'/</ say, on the occasion of the "meetiig re?
ferred to, was simply this: " The attempt which the
editors of Thi Express aro making to induce the
Ameritan party to support Mr. Douglas, is ridiculou?
in the extreme; Mr. Douglas, whose wife i? a Roman
Catholic, is one day f jui d dining with Bishop fJughes,
and tbe next closeted with the Prookses, consulting as
to the bcit manner of conducting the campaign to carry
tl c Sra!e of New-York."
These are tbe words which have f irnished the text?
for ho many editorial? and jiersomJitie? H<ainst me in
ihe dai'y and weekly papers of tie Democra'ie party.
Tbe mot ives of the editor? of The Express in misre?
presenting me will appear at the proper time.
Yonr?. re'rwrtinlly,
Kl rtji r. ANDREWS.
WFSTCHrsTER, Fa , July M, 1800.
A Republican mass meeting was btld in this place,
\ ?sterday. The concoure? of well-dressed, intelligent
1 "king, orderly people was immense. I have not
witnessed eo large a gathering in this county for nianj
years, although I have seen some monster? of the
kitd. In the afte noon, Col. Curtin, our candidate
for Governor, ?poke in ihe beautiful grove west of th?
town. His speech was a dec id?dly successful effort.
His style was cbaete and pla;n, his topics well chosen,
his voice excellent, and his manner graceful and
spirited. He vas followed by Mr. Campbell, in a neat
addresp of an hour. Mr. C. comes from beyond tin
Kmquehanna, and has heretofore been the most effi?
cient I ?cmocratic lender in this county. Thi? wag his
tir-t appearance on the ?tump, for Lincoln and Curt?a,
a'd it gave powerful reasons " for the faith that i? iu
him." His speech ought to be repor'ed for ihe siieciil
tieietit of his quondam friend?, still laboring m the
dark ways of modern Democracy. Mr. Hi kmau
sjKike next, and riveted the at'ention of the audience,
for an hoar und thirty minutes, mu h of whic h he de?
voted to a vivid commentary on tlie poliu.J dema
gogaism of Mr. Douglas. There were full fifteen
hundred ladies present, all interested listeners.
In the evening there was a most brilliant torch light
proceeeiou, which, accompanied by a fine display of
fireworks, nasfced tl rough tbe principal streets of the
U'Wii. As it pa?K-d, a number of tbe fionsevs were illn
ii ii at? rl. aiiii the large Ihmly of Wide-Awakes, c insti
tntmg the procesi?n, were repeatedly cheered by the
citriens. Several telling speeches were made from the
baliorv of MeCkHand's liotil, where Mr. Curtin stop?
ped. Among then were those of Mr. Casey, of Har?
risborg. Mr. M.-Yeagh of this place, Mr. Cotfey of
Philadelphia, and Mr. Cheeseman of California. Liter
in ihe night there was more ?-peaking in front of Mr.
Uickman's dwelling, by Col. Curtin and Mr. Mi.kuiaii.
About midnight ihe vast OOSOOsU ?ja di-persed and in a
sin it time the street? were ?|uiet.
Tbe spirit exhibited on thi? occasion show? th<tt the
j eoplo uf Chester Connty are fully alive to ihe iin]?irt
iim? of t!i< pi mlii g tlection, and have made up their
lniiid? tbht the dm v which they owe to the country aid
th ;gi rat ele'-tor? ?Hall not be Leg?ected. A number
of township meetings ha'e been held in this vicinity
since the Cnicago Convention, and several large club?
organised; and I have no doubt that the ?access of this
u tttii g is, in part, owing to those circua>staucee. Had
it bo? n a we? k later it would have been twi?e as Urge,
tin- oat harve?t, low at in bight, having prevemed
n any fern ettending. In tbi? Congressional District
we I ave g.-rieirtlly estimated our majoritv for Curtin
ai d Lincoln at ??.?HK). Situ?- the me? ting tfie estim?tes
langt from twenty lo thirty per tent higher. j.
?~T'C Quid Sime, a paper published at Orand Junc?
tion, Tenneetee, has three editors who cannot agree
oaofl a l'rei-ideM?al candidate, eoLsetiue ntly the journal
?upiKJit? both Rreckiniidgu and Douglas. The mau
DOf in which this ?h done in curious. On one page,
edited by Co!. I). sa. Golly and Dr. N. II. Prewitt, are
tbe ndmes tu" Douglas and Johnson, under the head
"National Democratic Ticket, " together with a para?
graph stating that the other side of the paper is a sepa
late and distinct "institution," with which they have
i.cttiing to do. Turning to this other side, edited by
I;. Q, Adams, the reader lind?, the names of Hreckin
iidj.e amiIaOBO? with the liaading, "Only True Na?
tional Democratic Ticket, and the following para
? lie .t i. Ib'tn BlOIsI?The outside of this paper is
a eepamte and di?tiii"t department, under the editorial
control of D. B. < ?ally and Dr. N. H. Prewitt, who
advocate the cause of Douglas and Johnson iu this
Presidential Campaign.'
?A correspondent writes from New-Albany, Ind.,
tha'. neither Hreckinridge nor Hell has any show in
thafvicinity, and thai, although tbe Douglm* men are
bard at work among the Germans, they have lost their
influence. He ?ays, aleo, that nine-tenths of those
?TOO voted for Fillmore in 1H5G, will vote next Novem?
ber for Lincoln and Hamlin.
?It is definitely understood that ?Jov. Se ward will
address the Republican* of Minnesota, at St. Paul, 00
the 16th of August next.
?The Republicans of Clifton ?Springs, N. Y., held an
?-ntbiisiastic meeting on th. Maw. inst., and organized a
Lincoln and Hamlin Club.
?It is stated that the two boys of Mr. Douglas, left
l>y bis first w ife, have come into the poisession of a
tare? fortune by tbe dea'.h of their maternal grand?
mother, who retided in North Carolina; and it is far?
ther st;it?-d that Mr. D .uglas will visit his connections
in that State after he Ml completed his New-Eagland
?According to tie popular rumor, Paul Aker?, the
Ai-isi. and Florence Percy, the Author, are witliin a
lew days to be married to each other.
-Letters from Havana say that Gottschalk, th?.
piai.ist, ha? been ?'angerously ill, but thut he is now
? ohvaleseent,and that be i? t<> make a profes.-ioual liar
through (entrai America aud Venezuela. He will
? .!. i nai^e of ihe or. best ra of the Italian OfOJO? i ?'Xt
Wint.r, ai the TacoiiTh? nier. The new ?aijireisaiii,
loyo? Co., are now in Palis, engaging aitistJ for
tbe icascn, which will commence' in November.
?Tbe Havana correspondent of Ttu S.O. Crtsren'
Osyoi "Mr. Fowler, the ex postmaster, is about taking
lodging? at (?uanabucoa. 1 ?aw him the other day in
a ferry-boat with Mr. I'ertusio, a gentleman of this
?The patron saint of Sicily is St. Koealia, who has
I ? pit i. did ui.d an? ient temple on Mount Pellegrino
near I'bh-n,, .. She is principally honored by tbe Pa
lei milans, and is supjamed to work great numbers of
miiacles-exiiifining her wonderful dned?, however,
strictly to the Sicilians, and giving no foreigner a
thought. Tbe l'HH.iii.niina nay tbat aba saves tl?*?ir
iity ire m pestilence, and war, and famine, and that iu
.' the days of the bombardment she arrested In their
I course five hnndied bomb?, which otherwise would
have* fallen in the town. Kt. Rosalia is supposed to be
dercen?l?d from one of the petty cliefiains that for?
me ly irr?fd in Sicily, one of the Count? of Sinibaldi.
On the arrival of Garibaldi in fuVily, the Neapob'an
officers, in derisior, used to say that it was one of the
old Hnibaldi wbo returned to rl.iim bis own. The
effect produced was exactly the reverse of that in?
tended. The story spread like wildfire HBaMJ the
lower classes of Palermo, who affirmed, acd who now
believe, that the Dictator belongs to ?he smae family
w it h Kosalia, and that the saint heiseli has las! on him
th? task cf driving the Nesiolilans from the bland.
?They are still in trouble in Toronto about the
P ii.re of Wale? and his reception. Tin L'r.lcr thus
plainly talks:
" We look in vain for evidences of the spirit anrj
energy which a confiding pnb ie were fHUirht to expect
at the bands of the Oenersl C mmi tee appointed ta
iiepure Toronto for the reception of the 1'rince of
Wales. Our reporter tells of mee.iing aft?r meeting of
wise and patikitic Comniitte-e men, but they eeetn
never t?i get beyond perspiration and promises. It was
understood long ago that a programme was agreed
upon, and for a ?ortii?<bt everylmdy has been on tie
tiptoe of expectation wailing for ?omeihiog to be seen.
And yet the last report is that the Committee are in
anguish over the preliminaries; <,To?ning and traveling
an ?mire evening and night about matter? wbi.:h a
-lit'le common sense would diHpoee of iu a sim/le hour.
The tre nble, it seems is to deci le between tbo mag?
nificently impossible, and the humbler possible, an i we
don't know w bo w Ul be the conquerors. Of this we
are certain, however, the citiaen? are losing patience,
fid, if something be not done speedily, whl transfer
the arduous labor to more aciive fhouhlern. There is
lo lime to wa-te in the discussion of grand but inqiru. -
tieable projects. Action is wanted, and especially
action suited to the sMMMMMMOM the time. We
intreat the gentlemen to jiostpone their protracted
debutes to a more convenient season, and meantime to
toko oil' t'eii conts an.I h. i.-.ti the work. They must
not pret-unie too far upon the lorhearatice of the public
and the Press."
A recent London paj>er has the following:
" Statement? are current that the Directors of the
Union Dank of London have behaved with extreme
harshness to all the clerks in the establishment hi ui
whom thev OH contrive to throw any Maine forneglct
in discovering the? Pullitiger frauds,and impartial pe-rc>nr.
win have eiule-avoured toebcit the facts do not hesi?
tate to affirm that, as far as they can judge, these sute?
mente are correct. Up to yesterday tfnea of the prin?
cipal c lerks who have spent their livus in the bank had
been discharged, and yesterday a'tother was
u.ld-d tci the lii?t. The matter is exciting much indiji
natiou, but as the gene -ral meeting is now over the I)i
rectors will perhap? regard with inditf'erence anything
that may l>e said al>ont it."
Lan DnAiSAc.K?Tu r? tu er C?n b? Made on
tiik Fahm.? The growing interest that is felt in the
subject of land drainage, commonly spoken of as
" under-draining," makes everything new npon the
matter ii.ttresting to a very large portion of our coun?
try readers. It should be thought of wit? more inter?
est, by dwellers in cities ns well, for npon its sncreis
ful introduction, depends the abili'y of the country to
sustii'n the largely-increased population of citie-e and
sMaMMMriof villages. This iucreae? of non-pro?
ducers, and decrease of productive facilities of the land,
within the last bflV century in the Ne w-Knglatid
Sta?e s, has cunsed, independent of the cheapening of
money, a great rise in the value of all f jod articles.
This increase of tfllue would have been already so
great as to prevent the coimimption of some, if not
most of the best articles of food, by the poor, if it hid
not been fer the productions of a rich virgin soil at the
West, which have reached us by improved facilities of
transportation, which have beca constructed within
the ?ericd named. Put this cannot continue forever,
nor can we afford to pay tianspoitation npou farm pro
MR,gTOWRh loWO, which JMOORM just as well
grow at he u e, if the fertility of the soil was re-Core 1
to its pristine vi<.re r, which it can be, by judicious land
clruiiinpc, such M II practiced to a large exent in Kn
{?laud, and to a small extent in thie country.
The sttimMiitg block ia the way of thot-e who have
always become convinced of the value of land drain?
age, h the coft of tiles; and tbi?. when the transport?
ation is lcng, over common roads, almost precludes
their use.
To farmers who are situated fa? from a tile rrauufao
tory, or tar from water MMMMaV atiin with one, who
are anxious to try aah draii?ii?e up.n their farms, wo
bave u ray of hope?a liope that a plan has already
bOM 'nvected which will MOMS' t!a,rn to manufacture
tile? upon the very ?pot to he drained, at a Ic-s expense
than the ordinary terrac ta-tiles can be had at the
kiln; in fact, f. r less than the lowest Mot of mauulac
luring them.
Last Autumn there was exhibited at the New-York
State Aki?. liliiiral Fail spec EMM of a new kind of
c raining tube, under the name of " Porous I ?rain Tile."
It .lid not attract ns much OttSMaM MMMO other things
of less vane to the fanner: and although we saw that
the Committee were S" well satisfied of its importance
that they awarded the inventor a silver medal, we lost
siftht of the man and his machine and new tile, until a
few clays since, when he lun,e-d up at the Farm.'is'
Club, and then we areertained thai he had established
a niai ufaetory here in the city- not tomakefarm drain
tile, but for city drniiuge. To tbi- OMRMMaMI we
have Ui n. to e?. how the tliiiiL' is 0MB, anduowwe
are satisfied that any sensible fanner can rauuaire the
machine, and that good drain tile Kin be made iu the
lie Id at a very inexpensive and tolerably rapid rate,
and of all the n< ? ?1? .1 sizes, all upon the Mttie machiQe,
which i? one of the 11109t MJMMM "f all modern Yan?
kee inventions. It is operated entirely by bard, by
two men, one to operate the m'chiLery that gives
presente to lb ? mats rial in the mold, and one to mix
the mate rial, pnt it in the hopper, and take off and
empty the full molds and put empty ones iu their place.
A full-sized machine, with full set "f molds for pipes
frrm two to twelve inches diameter, will cost $100;
and oi:e lot farm MR? inakiiis' only two t>> fotir-iuch
BaBSO,OOOtO$90. Tie email machine does its work
equally perft-ct, but work* slower, and is only sutfi
oieiit for sin all sizes, and these should be made iu short
lengths, say one foot long, the general length being
eighteen inches.
The iiiHterial used is coarse sainl and water lime,
known as " Posendale ceineit," aid we judge ti in
looking at the operation 0} mixing, about one measure
ofcemeit to six or seveu of sund, and just water
enough to moisten themiiterials so t iat whenalunafal
is presseel together in the baud il will slightly adh"rs
together so as to ret?an its form. Herein is the secret
of the porosity of these pi|?es, which are so great that
water poured sLw-lj npon a pij>e laid inclining, slaks
through th?? upper part and appears to concentrate in
the iiiteri' r and run out at the end. Th-se pipe? are
actual watei-tji',*?, and much more porous than well
burnt clay tiles.
If a trifle more cement was added, and water MOSMB
to m- ke tic m .\ture intoa soft mortar, aud then made
into pi|ies by the same procese as the other, they form
water-light tuning, aud could be made with a very
light prcs-ute, whereas lin-(Kiroiis; pipe, mado of the
?imply nioistem d sod and cement, require aud ob'.i.lii a
trt mei-dous pressure, the machine being geared to gire
1.71)0 |iounde pressure for every ?" p un.U of power
applied. The molds, as tb.y MOSS from the pre??, are
allowed to stand foi a few minutes to harden, and
then they are discharged from the molds u? they stand
m, 11..I in the plu? e where they are to dry, which taWJ
will do iu a few hours, sufficient to batidle ami pa? k
away, where they ciLtiiuie to grow more and mere
fiim, and streng enoni'h to use after a day or two, and
are not injured by rain, as they actually harden f.i-i-r
in water than in a dry place; so that no expensive shel?
ter would la- requiaiie for the uuuulaetuie on s farm.
The coarser the sand the Utter. That which we
saw ueed yesterday wu th* sand of the decayed gran?
ite of this region. In the interior of this State, the de
cayed shale rock has beAu found to answer, thongh net
a? well as this sharp material that comes from crushed
quart!. The common bank ?and, such as masons nse,
will answer, or list which is screened out of coarse
gravel will be still better, so that there is no lack of
niaejial for ench diain-pijot ujtou mo? farm*, where
the, MMMt t an be obtained at a moderst? price. This.
row uaTtutiou is worthy of the atuauvn of all faiRwio.
ForsD Dhow pu. MOjll 5o'c!uek yesterday after
noon the body of a man vn?1? '?-'a-id fluting in the
water at ti? fot of York str?'?*. Jersey Ci?y. The
deceased was apparently a ?earna?. and was dreeised in
gray pants, Maek satin vest and btflghna. His riglv,
band grasped apiece of Cireex^arteriotch rope, knotted
and laced at tbe et>d?, like a ship? man rope, which
had apparently gives way as he was uettbPg up tbe
?i<?e of seme vessel, letting him fall Wo tie rivev,
where he wa? drowned. JNc marks of violence wer?
found on tbe person of !bw deceased to hidhate fool
play. Tbe following urtiehu, which may lead to the
identiseaiion of the body, were found in the pockets:
A not?, of which tbe following is a copy:
" I agree to pav Daniel Canu?l?ige 30 cent? per tra for the
ttoiie ballast now Died un tae Latv Ana, at Aid o?b'a lr?iu
The nboTC note wa? not dated. Alf*\ two Brooklyn
ferry tickets, I ce??s in coppers, 8 jaclcknife. aod two
kejs. Coroier f?afrey'wss notitled, and impnoneled a
Jury, who rendered ?verdict of "Kounddrowued.' Tne
body was then conveye?i to the tMM* MM Cemetery,
aid place d in n vault.
A< KMiwM.nr.MBVT.?A check vas received yet
ttH?ty by the Hr>n. S. A. French. Clriof Engineer of
the Jersey City F;rc Department, for fRM\ to be paid
to the charitable fund of the Department, from 1 Cu
nard, e?q., in ackaovvledgeasent ofibeoervire which
tbe 'Irenen bad rendered bha on Sunday morning a* j
the (Ire at the Cunard Dock.
n'">??K Coiktv CinctiT CotBT.?In ccmaeciuenee
of prior engagements of hi? Honor Judge < 'irden, the
?eseion of tbe Hudson County Circuit Court announced
to be held yesterday morning, for the hearing of mo
tiors, argament?, Are?, wu.i posponed till Wednesday
morning v 10 o'clock.
Intatsj Ai ciiif sr,? Between 2 and 'I o'clock yes
trrday afte-n?on a h<,r?e a'tayh-'l to a lumber ?rninii. heir-aging
to \ ,ad> rln ,'k 4. Co . b?* ame frigMniieii wiiiln ?landing iu Bt?t>
b?M atr??t, Jeiwjr ri?y. ?ud ?tarted .Iwwn th- ?tre-t at a fearful
rate. Tte linrae Mtastl intu Mor.an ?tre?t. ?nd wlmn in fiont of
No l'.'l l.e Jvii-it npi u !li>- ?toop, wlieo.- Mr?. MrCinu ami Jwo
?null i liililren ?ere altting. ?II of whom w?re ?erio n'y. if not
fatally, iijui.d Tl < d ner, aaaVStl John I'oleiiian. was ?J?? vaty
ii.ui h bi.rv by I eii $ ki ?>-d Iu utt?-ni| ting tu .top tt. auiuia!.
A So*kino Rain.?For month?, we have not had,
until that of Sunday night and Monday unming, a
?oaking rain, extending widely over the country. We
have bad in the city some hoavy shower?. That of
la-t Thursday barely laid the du-t north of the Uarb-m
l?iver, although it fell in torrent* on the lower part of
the city. Connecticut aud tho lower i ountiea of Navv
> oik have sutlered badly in some of the cropa by tbe
Iotigdiouth, which hao hardly been broken in ??ome
localilie?-in all July, and bat ?lightly in June, l'ota
ti?tn bave been injured most, pcrhapt, of atyc op,
tliciugh corn waa on the point of failure la lack of
m ieture to net the ear?. We have h*n m?ny hills of
potatoes with only cue or two tuliers large enough to
eat, ard the vine.-? drying up. Such will not recover, i
Some of the la'ei ?ortr will make a moderate crop. Up
to ili- time, the pi kle crop, which is an im|K>itaut one
near the city ha? obstmatcly reused to give any
pn mite. Tins rain will revive the hope? of planter?.
8o it will of those who have ?own buckwheat and
turnips. The need of the latt-r, which, according to
the old saw,
" Sow your turnip?, wet or dry,
Oi. the 2Mb of July,"
wa> ?cattcred in du-t like an ash-heap, will now vege?
tate, pariicularly a* the rain hat been followed by a
hot, dajip atm<iH| here. Heat of all, perhaps, in the
rain npon tl e pa-tores at: ' mowed Held?, which had
tinned brown, and alm< ei worthies? fix ?.*B7.iog. To
all farmer? it is a most acceptable rain, aud "naos?, of
them would have liecn thankful to ee? it ro?tlmie two
or three days. Such a rain is still needed to revive dry
?.veils, ?pring?, and brooks.
The Nvtionu Hoick Show.?The fourth national
exhibition of Iloite? will bo held this year at Spring
li. Id. Mass., from tbe Ith to the 7th of September, in
Han pden l'ark, Dear tlie railroad .?taten. The ?how
in alwajM attended by e r.?vv ??.-? of the must respectable i
men and women of New-Kngland, making it a ?ort of
" harvest heme ' gala day; and this year, ai the bar
v?rt ha? been a botiu i ful one, the attetidunce will ,
probably be larger than ever before It in conducted
by a Board of Trustees compotd of OMO CsT the first i
men of the town, an MOaMH to stronger? that noth?
ing of a horse jockey it.fiaence i? permitted. It i? fair <
that pickpcK'kets and gt-m-der? Bho'ild have due notice ,
thai a d?-nutation of detectives from Boatot. and New- I
' i
York vv ill meet them at the earn on then arrival if they i
choote to attend, and advise their immediate departure,
which advice, if not accepted, w ill be followed wit a an
invitation to ?i*nd a few day? iu free lodging-).
Cut Mont itur.-Tho City Inspector's report for
the pM week gives a total of i>04 deat'.is, being an in?
crease of 8 over Ha week previous, but a dei BOON of
11'.'frem tbe corresponding week of Wt year. Of
thefe 73 were men; 80 women; 170 boye; and 1S1
girl?. Of death? from ariie di&eaee, there were by
cholera ii.fantum, I'.'O: scarlet fever, 83; dunhea, 17;
dysentery, 9; inflammation of lungs, 9; congestion
( f the I tain, 8; email pox. B| ctonp atwi teething, each
S| aiopltxy, typhoid fever, intlaaimation of tho
Lowe!? and of the st ?much each 5, and brouchitis, 4.
Chiotiic diseases:?Ccuatimp'ion, 9t| marasmus, in?
fantile, 17; drop?) in th.-head, If; debility, IS; dropsy,
l| beait, dir-ean- of, .">; and e nicer -1. Deaths from
i a.-tiabie?, II ; old age, 5; delirium tremens, I; suicide,
1. Claa.-ified a?to distaie?there w. re of the stomach,
bowels, and other dig?-rtive oigan?. 997; luug? thn at,
?V (-., H7 ; brain and nerve?, 8?!; uncertain ?eat and gen?
eral ft ver?. 40; skin, tkc, and eruptive fever? 36;
heart and blood OMMIbj 10; M were from violent
cause?. CMwawOti with respect to age: there were
under I year, J.'tO; 1 toS,wt| I to?, 38] 5 to 10, 10; '
10 toi?;. ','; N to l?>, 3; Iftto 17, ?) 17to9k\9| ?S)
lOtO, I"; ??.". to :tO, S| ?tOtolO, 38; 40 to 50. 28; 50 '
tof.0, 18; (?Oto 70, |3< 70 to 80, 10; 80 to 90, 4; 90 to
UK), V. Ol ihtre 13 I were natives of the L'uited SUtie?,
77 of Iielaiid 111 of (?eimany; H of En.,hiud; 7 of
Scotland; of France and I'oltand 'J each; of Uclgiuni 1;
aid .* cnki own. There were i ? death? in the public
iLstitiitioxs, O? which M w> re at lfellevue Hospital,
and I I at ihe Aim House, Hiackwell ? Island.
ToviKiN- lojl ark.?ComplainlH are mac*e that this
Sjiiaie, ?o lately laid out and 1-eauiitied, elands in need
uf jii.tecii.n from roughs, rowdies, aid night prowl- ,
ers, ? hi.ily boy?, who bathe in tbe basin of tbe foun?
tain, tiample down tbe gra-s, aud nialieiously bark
the tree?. The effect, no dot.bt, wonlf be ?alntary if
an example were made of some of these Vai.dals.
The Hon. O. S. Ferry. M. C. fruin C?.nn., ax able
and ?lc?jaoa1 ?| e.iki r, will deliver an adJrees at S.uy
ver.u.t Iielitctc this OfOliOf ?'? 8 oi)'A.k, before the
loung M.-iiV UepuUican I'nion. Mi. A. J. Sp^onsr
of Itiooklyii will also speak. lie?, iblicacs a-i ail
int.nstrd are urgently invited to aittud.
Tin VlOTlOO Kmi.ui>.? T'aie Knight? IMfM
of \Va?hiigtiti Command? ry, WOJaMjMg Da C,
lader c?immand of Sir Ku.ght .vhwaumana, left for
borne v.-'inlay afrerno? u, aftc; enjoying a ?ileaeant
vi^it lad raiiuiou <.f three day? with their brethren iu
ariueiu New-York. The etianger? vte-re escorted to the
boat by the united OoBMawioJM of New-York and
Tu? Sri?mi ?._City Inspector Ib-lavan iu his regu?
lations di.eM the Street Hspectois to give particular
MMMI to the ?.rompt removal of ashes and garbage,
and Its compel the aah-cattmen to go through their di?
tri?'e twice? each day. Tbe gutters of atreeU ?OMM
it'g a large number of tenemeut bonne? 'must be
cleaned m d k?pt .lean, and whtn re?inired sp'.inkle?!
with lime.' TL?f? regulation? am tlmel.v, Cud n?culd
be eucrjjctK-ally ouii.r?cd.
MovrMfNTS or Tin Chahtiow,?-Mr. John C.
Hsenan has been engaged to give ? series of pugilistic
exhib? Ism in the prin upai cities of th? Union. It is
said that the speculators who bave secured the s'ar of
the ling are Messrs. Henry Wood and Benj Wood,
brothers of our distiiignished Mayor. Macdonald, Nod
Price, James Cusack,a d a number of other eeleorated
professional pegilists, have been also ongag-d to accom?
pany Heensn, aid participate in the fistic ewrcwes.
The t-rms of the agreement are as follows; IJ-enau
is to have f I,000 a week for twelve woeks, at the end
of which time he is I* be presented with a diamond
pin woith 11,000. Mscdonal? ha? refuted to engage
for a longer time than s.'x weeks, for which he is tc
hare $'.',5O0. Mr. K. E Price of Bemtnn, who is,
proVably, the mott accomplished pr fejisor of pp^rring i i
America, is of nearly the weight and bigbtcf Tom
SayerJ, and a mimic combat between I i tu and Ileenan
still be no bad imitation of tke " iniermtional" fight
at Farnberouxli. Tue liue o. travel o? this distin- |
guiehed pa-ty wiH comprehend a J the principal cities
of the United States, beginning, of course, wi'h c**?w- j
York. On Monday evening next, the first mhibi.ion
will tie given at rbe New U jwery Vhea'er. We can?
not vouch fi r the truth of the rum or that the brothers
Henry and Pen W-v>d will have a friendly set-to.
T"t Aii.rori) Baxter stukst Mi'kuer.? We
barn that Di?trict-Attonjey Waterbury has giveaun
order for the exhumation of the body of'Juan (Jucta
rino, tic Spaniard, who is supposed to ha?e been mur?
dered at No. :>7J Baxter ?rtrtet, ju?t one yew airo. Oa
Monday ? e published an aseouuiof the arrest of Richard
I'avendann on sus .ici.m of having murdered Gaitariuo.
The eviceiic* on which he was arrested is found in the
itoiioatold by Mary O H rien and Margaret Welsh,
who, by their own showing, were accomplices in the
C'ir.-ae. TlteOgirls were recently sent to Iili.okwells
Island as vagraot?. While, there they were overheard
cenvwsing together in regard to the murder, -?ai in?
form: ?ion was at once ?cut to- Capt. Dowling ti the
Sixth Ward.
On being interrogated, they very reluctantly told
the story, publiehsd on Monday, ?o the effect that Mary
enticed tho stranger iuto her ?-oom, and that while
tlero hi was murdered and rjbbed by Havendaran,
after which his body was placed in the street by Mar?
garet and the mut lerer. The hco.se in which they all
lived at that time, No. :<7{ Baxter street, was a noto?
riously bad one, and the Sixth Ward Police! give entire
ers dit to the story told by the gitls. But a short time
after the fitdirg of the body of the Spaniard another
?trarger waa f .und iead in the street, iu ueaily the
same locality, and no elue to hi? death was ever ob?
tained. In n'.'.ch canes there is hut very liitli evidence
to Le found to aieM the Coroner in his investigation.
Shooting nr MuTAKE.?A few days since Dauiel
Diiscoll. keeper of a drinking saloon at the corner of
Tiiird avenue and Eighty-sixth street, had a quarrel
with two young men. On Sunday night two other
young men en'cred the saloon, and Driecoll, mistaking
tbem for the ones he bad quarreled with, took do wn a
pistol and instantly fired at them. Tue charge took
effect in the c let lies of one of them named Arthur
McMenomy, the bail jutt grazing his abdomen, aud
slightly raising the s ?in. Driscoll was immediately
tu reefed by Sei>eant Horrigan of the Twenty-third
I'reciLct, aud held to answer a charge of attempt to
BraRRIM Amur.? At a late hour on Saturday
night a stabling affray took place at the comer of
Fourth street and Avenue A, between two Germans
named Adam Jager and Henry Paebler. They hid
previously Lad some difficulty, and on meeting as
above aome angry words paeeed between them. While
in the midst of the quariel Jager drew a kuife and
stabbed PMbler in the abdomen, inflicting a frightful
wound, through whic'> tlis intestines protruded. Jager
was promptly arrested ly the Seventeenth Ward po?
lice, and the worn ?led man was taken to the Belle vas
Hospital. His wound is pronounced exceedingly dan?
ger? us. Justice Steers locked Jager up to await the
result of Pacbler's injuries.
Tne follow ing is the imte-mortera deposition made
by Paebl-r, before Coroner Gamble:
II. nrj Pasl'er bslnf Jolr ?woni, depone? nnd tar?: f n??ld
it No. UM'lcrd ttiee'. <.n Oaaaay ninlit I rtlMat Mr. Meyer*
agerbe-er ?ab eg, it. Thl'd testet, del? ata Piral ????nue? ?ind Are
lue A. ?bout |S o'clock to get a flaa? of bee'; when about le?v
tl tlie talooti, limt a ?.-inau at the door, wno a.ked me 11
*nng lier hiuliti d (the priaoner) tnnu the saloon. I returned to
he ??loon and told the man ?be- pointed out an her hutband, tbat
lis wife a a? otit.lde ai d wanted to tee him : he replied tliat he
a on Id fa directly ; weihen had ? fia? of beer t .tether. be left
u . ?.in j.ai.y with lii? ? I'.? and another man, mid ?rent up Third
Street, t. waid Flat! avenue; be returned in about ten minute??,
?t.d ?'id 'hit hi? wife had left him ; 1 noticed th it be wu tntoii
-?ted, iiiid "?Id I would nee bin- borne: he coii?eit?d, aud we
.. ke.l down Tlilrd ?treet towurd Avenue A ; a lother man joined
na ?non after we left iba ?alooti. and we ali three walked to
ji tlier, wten ?e renrliej tl>s corner of Avenue A, I bid the
?rinn, r ?ond-i t?ht ?tid wa? fr<,hii home when he ruahed ninn
ne, u d -til.i. .1 i... :n the abdou.eu; I now recoguUe Adam
Jailer at the man who ?tabuid me.
Jager was tben committed to prison by the Coroner
to answer. He says he was drunk, and does not re?
in sal I r 'he ..c<-iinence. The [ihjsilTallal have little, or
no hope of Paeblcr's recovery.
Tur Pom F C'immiv-ioskus.? The Hoard met as
r.r, ;il ye-ter.-'iiy, but did not transact any business of
public inporarc?. A srecial report was made by tho
Sergeant of the Sanitary Sepnad in relation t<> the base?
ment of No 3 Peck elip. The Conmisaioner?* ordered
sn investigation of th?matter.
Tin Scsi >:. t> n Si A"- f.k Kate.?This vessel '13 still
I ling in the bcuin at the Atlantic Dock.-. Deputy
M?rsI al Tbeimpsou in'ended to overhaul her cargo yes
tercuy, but he did not do so, and nothing trill probably
be ib'L,e with it un'il the Utter part of the week. Her
raigo las all toen takeu out, and is under seal at
Wieder ? store, where it will remain until eximiucd.
Tie veseel is in Carge of a United States officer, aad
no one is permitted tn boaid without a pass from the
The Nsw T..*srait?> Market.?The Street Com
niiexi'.ner is making some slight alterations in Tomp
kiis Market in nccor.lanee wi h the suggestions of the
L'ity Inspector. No stalls have been leased, as the
work las 1 it yet ieceive.1 the approval of Mr. Delavan,
hl 1 it veil be heveial days before the building will L?
ready for occupancy.
Iterun atio aso DisiiRiiERi.Y Persons.?Crjiar
the law conbtitating the I )t part nient of Charities taud
Cormtiors the Hoard of C\>mmissioners wem em?
powered to trarsfer to the Work-I louse on Black weJl s
Island all intoxicated ami disorderly |>ersons sen tenred
t'lj-teu days to the Tombs. During the reign of the
"Teu O ven 01 s a large portion of the City Prison
was kept aliuost roiirtantly full sf men and women
committed by on/ Police Magistrates for tc*.days (al
lieu of V e payment of $10 fit.ei. Most of tbeeu elruok
ar.ls v 1 re iu prison month after month, nein ?y the y tar
n un.<. only a day or two elapsing afier ttie't? diseliarge
before tbey wer? rtturuetl for the same wl'ense. On
this accouut they were called " Revolvers^" Now and
tien a fi w would lie sent to the Island ?itr four or six
1111 uths, with a view to their reformation, but the is*
jority of them were sent to prinon re|?atedJy for tea
days' only. The enpense ef mainuiujig these di unken
penons was enormous; Tet, under Vie old Uw, tlwre
was M relief. The pestent plw* of trausterring to the
Wck-Heuseallof ti??e churacf.? was mcor.^ruteo.
in th. law at the s-^stion of far. Draper. Wilhiu a
f..iti,:rlit after th. organization ?f the new Board, the
l..w was pot in'* oiyration, and thus far it has proved
very beneficirj ir? teeseuing th* numl^r of this class of
ctbiicers, '.S wall as in frtwing the Tombs from the
crowd wl.icb used to fill il H. oveiliowkg.
It ba'? abeo pMaVatsi a moe'. salutary effect upon tho
va?n .tit- ?"J drnukards themselves, lu order to nuke
the arrange meut still lyoie eflecluaJ, the Commiseioi?.
e.n ask the co..i>eratk>n cf the h lard cf Police Magis?
trates. They desire that instead of continually tvm
miuing these chronic druukaids for ten days t.'.ie mag
ittiuits will r?nteme tbem for three, six, nine, or
twelve mouths, according to their dossrts. This
would fie? the streets, th?. Court?, and the City
s'risou of (hese pest?, aad stl'stt a oouiid?rable saving
I to ?V Alms Hru?e Deptutment. Th? number of
"lrerolTVrs',"*08re"t af the preMDt tine that tha
Coma.ie?icn.e?^ *** tMifd to send them every day to
the Island, at a *M',7 ?penditure of abo? ??.
TI i# tran?fer tall? bv.0 MMM recjoisitiontlie servitMO
Of four Metrop* Ktari polic?***, two wagon? with torn
horse?, a ?team?-vat whh a special man in charge,
and two men and a w ?/man a?' the Island to receive
the I'trndn npon their arriva). No doubt the Botest
of Polite Magistrates will take tbe neretvary m??*s
uifb to aid the Commiseioners in this matter.
Tse ?fftW &KV?*rt)rrr Wroi'?>?vjt-Iro\ Wat re
M tii*# ?Tbe two Crotejo-rrater pipe? across the High
Bridge, which feed our dnrributiog reservoir?, an
three feet in di:.?eter, but thev having proved i.ityse?
quate to Ihe r?f(uir;aien'M of tte city, wcvk was MM
time since commenced for laying; another seven feet ha
diameter. Thi? nndertaking i? low delayed, a?, tha
.'Taj or, tl.'-t. ?)b offering no special objections, bas failed
to five it hi? .'approval. It is purposed to Ity ?"be pipe
in ciahon work, two f?e? above the other?, ar>d to re?
tain a walk on t rp with a wall on err h aide, so that it
will be necessai7 to robe fhe present parapet wasT
about five feet, 'tbt dirt ha?* been thrown off from the
old pipes, and taken away frrn the m-?eon work. If
the work is not perrrttted to gtroo the dir; will have ta
be pnt fwk, alte getb */incurrir? ?ran expea?? of several
thousand Jcllars. Th - new pipe will soon be noedai
to furniah water for tho Foarth-a7enn? m:'n about le?
be laid.
Poi.in l?ijsiaiss at .no Tour?).?The mfowtraler
at the Tombs are obliged to hear aid diepoee ef more
polr-e business than is L'eard at ?ny other Police
Court in tbe city. Tlie ttvjority of the oMl are of
minor importance, being c? ?pUints for assault and
battery, dronk?nne??, vagrwey, anl petit larceny,
w'.ii?h are not cf ?officient importance to find their way/
?Lfo the newipcpers. Dnring laet weei JantioeWVUb
comakted to prison fJ7? person.?, and, forfhe previoa?
week, Jaatice Kelly committed Tl, making a total oaf
1,9) y>T two tvepkn. Thi- cong>?nre? hardly one-half
of tbe cases heard, ae hundreds ofr^mplairrt? are made
where no arrest? an* necessary, or when magisterial
advice f erves as w.?ri as a never? peroiahment. Tneoe
figure? J3r> not inrlr.de tbe bail MOrJjrwttel vr<midal<?ne
present 'j formidable array.
Atte ?eT to Kii r..?George Leite, a copperplate
engraver, who live? at No. 201 Cintre street, was
taken bef.tre Justice Qn?wkenbn?h, charged with hav
ii'g attem ?ted to ?hoot John Be?vd of ??. ait Hrootae
street, en Sunday evening. These p.non? had pre?
viously ?ii.-vreVd abont Leiae* wife, f-.id on moetiug
on Sur day m Broome street, L*ise drew a pietol, and
pointiiur it at the head of Reed, MMytol to shoot
him. Frrfniately, the sap only expl-xlcj, and Revet]
attempted to run of, when the woold-be murderer
Jirclarged one barrel of bis weapon afteYaim, but
liapiily without effe:l?. I^ise, in default of $1,000 ''
ail, was locked up to answer a charge of attempt te
The C.rtEA-r 'B?tenos Pmeascre Paj.tv.?Tlie
fficers of tbe <?feat Kaetern having applied to the
jeneral Superintendent for a f< rce of Detectives te
tcccrapany the Great Kaet?rn on her trip to Cape May,
?infant Dickson, with four efficient officers ot tbe
detective force, were detailed for that service.
City Insikctor't Dfcr artmknt.?The following is
he City Inspector'? weekly statement of work dona
indtr his eapervieina:
Abatement of KuUanett.
'omplainra of nuUanre?, Itr., recived. 14*
'i.inpUiii'.afor which no taute exlated. ?
? I i ? e - ?. ? i \. ?. !. ? I
V.ba?cment? of niii?ane<-?. ?tagst notice. 18?
?ink. and water-cloaet? cleaned. . ?118
lambe? o? loa.l-1 ? ilgh|-an|l raawrad from city limit?.1,34*
lead horae? removed from efty limit?. IT
Jca.l cow? remo veil from city limit?. S
lead dog? .n, J "'1er ?ma.I ? ?una,, removed from city limit? Sit
? us.be r oi barrel? of offal removed from city limit?....3.1S0
La?<iuadiind Diteatti Heat?, h'iih, A/r., texxed or removed/reaa
?? ef? Number of pinnd*.-? I.SSS
, nil -Null.tier Ol pOUII(l*\.?. SM
'iah? Nuniker of pound.)...i >K)
?o. ltrr?Number of p wind?. 'IOS
)'her Meat.?Nun.'ner ef ponixla. *?S
In-?-??'?Number of poa.iu?.l.tlO"
Street -Cleaning.
lumber of laborer? employed....... SSS
imilier of rait. >-i n fl <iy rxJ._. '"OS
lu.I>er of load? of a alna and garbage removed.7,64?
lumber of load* at ?trer< dir-f. (iltli, lie, removed.5,14?
Aiiiount earn.J by .?iva.1.01.?71 M
Amount earned by dirtcartmen. 1.038 21
Amount ?arued by aau-.drt.ii.rn. l.TTt ?8
Total amount.$4,133 40
To the Editor of The A*. Y. Tribun*.
8iR: If onr Broadway oninibnses could be indacetl
o run b'tween Canal icreet and the Bowling Oreen for thrae
ent?, It would be a ver? gieat convenience to ??naine?, men. anal
? ['?t iiliy to u* clerk? wilo have to to many time? a day to WaO
tr.'i t and tbe V>-t ():..-.? A? tbe price now i?, a-ecaunot \<fot4
o ride, and the own.', a? ?? run J .rii g the u.iddl? of tile day al
oat i :i:|ity. If we ?OOli have the fare reduced to the prie? I
?ve n.inrd. we won: I ft.I tbe ouribn?..? ai.d give tli? pr<>prla
or? n.iny hundr? i ?Alar?, wi'bout ic rea?ing tbejir eipetiaea
SM copper. Some of the omnib'i? and railroad Une? bo? carry
ia??eiiger? ou tbe ave.ua* for three renia. The rm-eiit eztcaad?-?
if trade ?0 far up town dauia id. thla ii.cr.-aaed ar.rmmodation ;
nd if Onu ibu? propriet?r? hope to keep r lilroa I? out oa*
iroadwuy. they uuiit try to meet the want? of the public.
Jfrtte Voek, July SO, iBt?. W.
Tin: Tkmpkkat&Z?h-avis.?One ?rood reason why
very one felt SB kia?ilw to the thoroughly-drilled /.???ve?. waa
?tl fliey ?et a coud eiampte of lemj,*rt.nce. An exvnpl? Ju*
low panicularly aa Jed. Said a phy?! ?*n ti me, a day or tare
ii.ee. ?' l.lttle do pu.-?nt? know wbat a hot bed of in.emperanoo
nil ?JOS I'riiikirg gavaat of our u o-t Celebrated r-?iu>?nta an.
i(r?._ - *oi!?i '. ?pained If ?he knew th.- f ?? t tli.-. h.-.-d?-hiu*.
on V_could'i?t be taaen home dnrinz two wh.?le day? anal
iirht. of la?t waelv without breakiag hi? goo 1 mother'* heart,
?SSOSOI he wa? M _,??;*,-. Let. then, we ?ay, the paja] temp? r
ni e irui.'iplea of t!?e Zoatave? be heartily adopt, i by our fiavo
ity (.mpajiie.. of ?o.dier?. The reputation of 'ill, a? well a? th*>
ilv;.tio:? troia r.a.iot w?ie, alike demand? the?? thla ?tefi be
aken. I?
mm York, Ju.y ?t, use,
Pa aitNo a Dt.Tvs? tive's Poi kkt.- Detective El
ler, on Mor day morning, ?baerved t?o BBtJOta?atM Spaniard*.
iu'0 < a crowd of paraon? who were looking jato a ?tore ?rt?
low, ne?i thernmtrof (Jrand ?tre.t and lir->*dway. T/baj. ap
lear. J to ohaerve r^h per?on that appro?, lad veiy clow.T. t*
ncrtaln h. > hia *at?-h wa? tacteuel Tha cJ9c?i. to try than?,
oined tha awht?.'...r? and pU.-ed bimtelf in aetO poaitioo m te
unte tie Sp.iLla?J? to tir b<? pocketa 5?reel? a moment
-Up?edb.foreheMt a band on Ilia cl.'l?* ?nd taming ind?
ien'v caught cao of the thi.'v.? in the ?a! ?f re novia?; loii? ed
:il?r'a??r.. He ajrrv.Ud both the foreign aaiBwOlBII, I? toe*
lb. m to headquax'ri?. where their picture* were tvMsJawi for Uto
Oalirry, ?h.le ?WJ ?a ne a? ??ting an eajninaUou.
C'i?on-i '? Im,i i't-,?Conmt-r Ja-ltrr.an held ?aj?
inan? .t le.t'.-aUy ?t tbe Ne? York J^pitiJ o^ the body O?
thai!.. Ki-ea-r, a native of (?ermany aiedlly.ar? wb? ?M
fro:u the eSeata of ? ?on ?hot wound. On the '?J? o? ?a'y. tha?
j, n?.j Wi> wull,,Jrd in the I ind .?..J wrial by ihe e*plo.?loa c?t^
a pl-irl ?bieh he waa erjag.'?? ?? load-M * ??Jir?of ?ceMaotaL.
dr.ili wu i#n?lered_Tlie ??m? Ctaoaer In Id ? : in<luu'Hlou a?
ihe ?.n.e place en ISO body of V\ m. B Str-?b?. wh.-Uajd????
iuuri.?r?c.h.dent)'el'ttbof Ap a?, in ?.o aeouanc af/.1W??9
I.oj. ? ac.tJol- at No- m U'eeu? ?ntt A v?otclo. ?-''?-???*
lUatli wu? r. .den J The d? cef ?ol wa? a native of ???.tl??,u, M
ytaraofage. '^
A Bi oeiaaiocs Tiuo- -(>a Sunday ni^U the o.-sra
lk?a<f Kredeiick Venr.u?-llen, No. SO Fjrayth ?treet, wer* ?aa
??red by ?bree burgl?? ?nd rojaVd of a) aut ?tli worth o? Jotk
li.g ?uJj? ??bv <)m. ei Uru?erol Ihe Tri.th Paav-in t, wb^kaatj,
be. a ?ul.-Mii? 'he mo\eii i ..?. of the tMjrgUr? wir ?one tiawaha>
Ivr? Uirr entered the houae. arrealedUVejn luaDe.tiaar'.} C6 taetx
cjuiiiigou? a?iii.,and fou ki all the ^oleu piuperty in th- ir poa
onli.ng tiken lo the S?ai.,n H,war- the tl'.rve, gave
ill ir BBBMS ?a l.eoiie Uaguli?, ti?aor(?i C*nlling, anal Timotkr
Hiier. The) wen-tal? ubi-fon- Uatbe 6Vet? ye*ter?l?y aui?
lo led up to anawtr.
FATAL Fci.i. ~(m Si?n?ay eveniivjj? Pa*rick Con
n ? el 7 )?>?(?ol age, fell bom tlie attic wUakaw (?hou**. No.
IMV Cbrny ? J.et. ?aid wa? inataullv kiMe?i CaMtMS ?lauib.?
ir l.l ?n il.,,"'-! m tiie body ?u Moud?) uointug, ?bau a terdiot
?' ac.idan.tai d'-ati ?a? retaWred.
lAdvartl-aruient ]
C'akii Poktkah>.?M Photouraph liket???m,.?g
true to lit? for Otl ; I? taken at one ? Itrng 1 *?? dai'^. The
?i? lU-.t -?tactical now!') >f art, al HulVBa' Card ftCat? (Jal
k ry, Nd?. ."J Uro?dw?y, uuly.
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