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ganiritum here to procure trem. Kvery man her?
i laBBjJ i???., eetitit to l*e lighting on hi? o on hook. The ?kaCiion - pa??? ?<?gan is defeated by about KK) ?rotea. From tbe elate of parti? s here, resal?s are v*?ry uittvcf*'?- Tuero are two Democratic partie?, rery bosHd?- each other. We<It. ii? know thai w? can carry the Republican PiashieP*h! ? ?ndidii??-?. We ?hall "try," and try baid. alii?- dt'penJa on the Demo? ratic nomiuations; ??ru. I? jus! now, we are ?uixious to learn. The Op[?< ?iiion to l?anc and tbe Pro-Slavery Demo riHcv Trtadc up of l>im< ciataxnd Republicans, are a ??.;< liy in tbo Ltegiblhturr. Lane caunot be rt elected ; utul-er cau Dela/oa Smith". No party alone, cau ? sleet St'iuttor*. Still, 1 believe Senator* will be ?lectco. ? . Thecioi-s iu Oregton will be fine. A piojVt is on t |?oU to eliip wlaoat to New-York. If this is carried out, we iball aend you wh, a? which will throw the best of I yiur whsat ii.lo the shade. ?V?fe 8. FRANCIS.* ' The nomination of Lui coin takes well here. It is the beat tlixt could have Wen made. Ratification racctiugs uxn bt-.t.g i ta ovtr Uie coimtrv. NORTH-EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA. t'orvva*,. nde: e ol Tb? M. I. TiibUDO. Mai ? h Ciu'NK, P*., Aug. 8, I860. Pt-niisylvutiia La ui.'iueetionably a Repoblicau State. If ev eiy b-gal vote ?a polled ou tbe ?otH-oiid Tuesday of Ottot-er. Cnrtin will t?e < Itk'te?! Governor by atteint '?0,faiO utuyotHy. I do not believe tier? i? auy danger of dtfext on Hccount of over-confidence in our streng h. The work o? organi-ation is going on; our fiiends are In carres', wh?l<- thus far th?*re is uo prospect of a re niiiou wUi the Democratic family. Our grtati-rt gains will be in tbe strongest Demo? cratic o-tirt?s. Here, in the " Old Tenth legion,' for hattaiii-e.wbeie Biichanaii h.td be.ween i-.OOa? und 7,000 msjt-iity tour yeais ago, it is an open ?jneetion whether ?we will or will not have I Republican majoiiiy, thoiig'i 1 thixk we will te be.?icu about l.lXKi. lOur gano, bovvtv?r, cant.ot ht U*t thtn 4,0'X), aud will prob?i>ly ?i^c?i??Aa b,QO\K The ran .ties eu??.pLS.ng this remarkable distriitait N itLamit n. Mourin?, 1'iae, Wayne, aud ?Cail-c-n. In NoitlixroptoD, we bave a number of veiy active yovit g workii.g Rep.).:; ans, ?,?, no are doing good ?er T?;?,, i?) l.v.iiiig meeting?. i?'gtti.iziiig dob?, and dis libi.ii. g d??< timeti'a We have, ?d.-o, a Kcpu'-linu organ itierv now-, iu .be German baftsan?, pnbUtVhsd ?v ,M?.".s*. ,S?:| i\l(fn, hi Eas'on. We i tt.uot be b<atiti <:\-r '(si in ?>*_ NorttOat-s-Uoa. vrhcrn t;,e D.-:uj wmis mej.'i.iv ?,.,? -..tiij m Uao. I,: ?juiii.-oe Coiiuty, for tt t- tirei lime sn.? e 'ho org.iitira'iun ?f the itop?n> licnn putty, 'nr ti .ends ate active. The Dem<>. ?atic ??jrnyiit 1856 was over 1 IDO. I do not bdievc Cuiliii will be !?aiaci. n.'.'ie that, halt Coat bgU? In PtWCoaUtty, I UrlitTtt, 001 lrieuJs t.avtj made but f .*ny be?.dv.i.y. 'It..- c-oui-ty c_n ;? ?it a' axl 8c0 voti*. Tue l)-iiioc*-.vin majority, 1 tak?* for grnV.fi, ?T? I??-. :?!?. HI ,l?<?. Iu Wayna t'. int-, ?be Repnbil ai s ?vr* tho.-ouguly oraxoixed, wbi.fc ?i:?- J i mcviii'.r-? r? badly i.istrmltd; tbey g-nnr ally i .'?''? 00; I :.-?!.sve n will g>? i.?, -i SAH. Cartvoa?.ur own ?in 1???5g?-?" c?a?rly 1 oi*0 De-s.ocr tic taajor. Ity. Lin? I have a ci .?i BBSjorit/OTor th i ?a bntrd vox* of Bit. Irfnritoge .?i.d D..u_'la-. Two year? BJBO we ?anicii Irk*)?nniil) i?y au average .tiajori yoJ iiitO. latiei vaar, D.v?. tin total pot. ?rag ?? er'lOJ i . . paii ej fought dtrj ? "ui.ly, ai vi tbe Dein .cuts wtrrieJ tii ?ion '. ' y hi ?.v. : ..- J ot t'.Uiii 75 vices: bit ??nee la?', year We BXM e n?; i na igt? ui our lavur, aul no d? i ?t w? ?fill inr:y IB* ? cu:.;, bj 901 to M? i Ob 'l'uesdr.y next ih.r. vs?l| be a general misa Di<- ' tr?. i I'.-'ivt Ltioii ?I Ii?! uiiii j.-.s at .*o.i-i'ii-; urg, Moto j ? i .?? iy, on whicl ?xcasion Col. Citnio, oai* ueat ? G "Veil ": wul be li? .nil. A nomin.ilton tott!oogttmt willlici. ':?bh!ly ;? a..!'?. The c.-L.! aie Dr DK- I boi irho ffnve Dun? D'itk a ?t-'v 1 m J c ?a??- t ?TO y-iirs ngj), an il UtS (!??? _L D. Mna wall, Cha.-'.?- (<?.??p. tr.?., ami ta* il ?n. b.-niic'i I..!.' ".' ttujkl ?t -V 'U.i-.t .?i ?:?.- g-..tle_ieii seek a n- :i.'.:.^t?oii, ni t v .?i eltl cr t*d tabeo - irink f.-nn di.tv it :. i. uiatid. Ii .sgcunaily I el eve?! thai SI ?-???et. Sotanibfor t\<? *' (> i Toutb L>-g?..:i,' where ?he ?\ e:v I ? ?_j ing Dem'tioiic tsajositioa aoed to cm? ?roii. I: H- lits < ? tii.'v ft?.-,-? ?11 I san le '-m, oui g.i'ii w 11 K n?ui'y or qitf?e as great ?? in our distru;. ?Jur t ? -t r- ri <?t. ? .-, that the Democratic Ii : j. r :y v.il: lu'l bolow S 000. In I. ?? .?b ' ity the D. ii, ? i? ,i xai"!ity n ,- :, .?i J.Oiit m i? ???, aod the ?na* i'- I-i.? ks ?Jaiuii... If .i- niMsally ad . rt..i on all r:il? i? .t ?j t..;!.n.ti s will ?go KcpuolMana ?)Ul i' ?rit.? (knnty ??: ?SoBiiylEiU i? all right? our ftienie h? ;. ,.?c*.?.- !.ti;. Mont?n 1 UCf)6 ? ?J ?.: y. As Uj l'Info? tpl ,a, yoar \ihi rs knon m *aacb :is I do? tliat ih< l?.u.( taaTg ,.u Slate tickcij had a cietr m tj ir ity of 7,U(i" iu 1-..?, and tnat the " IVo/.c s paiiy li.ive cair.t.l it in IV?. and .' by decided ro-j .riti??." We read, ocasi "ally, tha? taSM iaaiiotner p-rty - the B-?li party- in i'eni?? lv?uia. I think u inuBt be a very fc/cir jiaitv. Nullung of th?- sort is known in Ibis's? ?tii. n of the S'ote. it :- true, our ib. tritt 11 ruad it in a new- I r?.-;r?*8cutod iu th? National " CoLrt'.'-.t.'i I I .? ( "t.veuiion by " Edward S riet of I.eoigh aud atoisks by " Mark Monday." Afiir oilg- nc ic-iiuiry we hs'?'.?!'d the la?! Uut both th???se 'dtl galos' re.-xf i . I ...v libia sud on* of them ivlr. iloudiyi 1.UB riitiv? v. Hi.- '* I'nion nominatiou for Cougre??, 1 b?ii-vc M M) IM Di-1'.Oct. Mr. Moi-diy and Mr. El waro ?S:i| ; ??. u art- ?rtaiuly very acxouomoiiatiug men. o? ?Ti-e Politic?- Text Book for lHoO, by Horace Gieelty aiid J. F. Cleveland, cmtiiia the Pluforms adopted iy each cf tnt various Nati mal Poinical Coa v. " 'i*.i* t_at have been Held in the Uuiied S.atoe. ? Ti?,re was a ??loriois Rtpnblk-au meeting ?u We-Jt Tioy ?n Tuesday evening. Wide-Awakes weie present, and add.?? ea were ni .Je by .Meosrd. G. W. Dcmers ?*;?d ih? Hon. Tliumae B. Cirro?l. ?P. lt. Ilaihbotie and Jam.? W. Glover have been ch? ten dek-gaiue to the isyracnne Reputdican Conven? tion frini OttstaanfB, He Dis?rict. From St. Law reiooe, llld Distikt, Clark S. Chitt-udea anu Nattvao Crary arc to be seiit. From Aloany CVuuiy, IVlfe Aretuii-U Di.triti, A-'lula'd Young and tbe ll?>n. L. 1). ("ll.t.s; C. M. Bclknap ?md William ?\rlhur, bitcrr.nt'S. ? ' ?a Saturday entbnsiaitic meetings were held by tbe Ite] nbliiauti of I?el igh C'ounly, l'a , and at Ciitsr ryvijli. Tha atteudai.ee la both il ?-tances was large' (",- Mi 'rn y ? vci iug ati'ctl.'-i rotir-ii-g mtetiug was held a.' Beihiebem, iu tt.e sam. Staie. ?lier.rv P. W?st, m c-gau-, and William McCalile, alti-nat :o the DeDr.cr.vti i Sutt?o Couver.tion. were elecl? d l-y tho Taiiim.iny DtmMtTmmt Mmtgtim* ?A tk rx?it-ti'g ? ? le at Pyt'.agc-raa Hall, Cau.il slreet, on ftVtmtt ' J ' '.'-niig. ?TU ?.?publican? of rjM Li-ingston aie waking up ? t- t, ThOao] o! (.cuete?, organized a Widc Awakecl'.'b v?n S tuiday :*veLiiig last. The grmiU-st tLii.aiiwaem preva.l? ?'. 'll>y are l.tiilJi:g a " wig wem ?. .... ' * ?? v. i :?? t!.?y ?nienJ to have rea?Jy f? i dtCKati l m xl vv" k. Oii laiviiiv-tiii h il give a gtcd aoca&uut ol be.- Bi*pnHkoiTt**B in Nofss_b?t next. ?A gifci.'i R.-publi'aii railly ?occurred at O'Wegoon ?M?..,'.?y ? viuu.g, Acg. ' , 196ft, The Writ ? Awakes of I '! i.. l.uttr? <i I . ii. t r a"-:i 1'!. niMtngj ?so??/ in.inhered '-'?<? odd 1 .?r.-i es. Tw O.-.wego \> ids Avtukts u.et tlieru at tt.e cars, ami escoru-d them tin? ? ifh the ?ity to t'i.ei'u.a. TBS ?SSOWd there aw-m ?m xj'iO-wai ll.eu addreseed by tbo lion ?Htniv W'.V'ii. V. S. S?:i:?t"r from Ma*BtK-uuSd;i?, aud the Hon. J. E. Vititonof Wisconein. The ?t>[?*iblicitn? Sa W'ea'.brook, Me., have orgau i_*n a flouri?_iirg \\ ?de-Awake Clib. ?Mr. J. A. Stewart publi?mes a let'er in 7V-' MmuMmVn CtrnfUUmTrnTf, tt TTmttm BB sayB the Union tiill never tc-?'irtwlved. and f-r very good reas ?us: " Liiicciu will never be elected; John C. BreckiuridL*? ?trill never be ?kited, .lohn Bell will never be elocted. Siepb?r. A. Dougla?, the Prt-Slavery coiiaistajn? ?S'.i tioiix) Uni??- Democratic candidate for tue Presidency, will It. ? I '''J by tbe | " | Is, Abolitionitm and !)ia un.o? urn will b? re'.ukcd, aud tbe ?MMA will be xoaved.' ?At a ItVf.ublicau County Convention held at Bing? hamlou on the 7tb, Alex. E. Andrews aud Daafel Clark were elected delegate? t?. the Stats Conven-ion. V. J. Hopkins, W. C. Diane, J. I? Palmer, ami 1.. C. Kattei!, vteie ?kited delegates to the Coi.greeaioual Conviution (XXIst Distri'.t,. -Mr. M. W. Clu.-V?y in commencing hie tdit.iial labor? Ot. 'lie MlMfftt Aiolanelvt. with which pa-?er ' e Isa iec? ntlr flflflBMMM* him ???If. itane* an addresa, t ?n, ?*).,<.), th.- foil?.?* ?t..? paragraph i. take?,: .'?,t A >bc?it, tb? ugh not mH. live?, life devoted t.? a? ?m trolaen aaintejiaace of the 'principle, 0f the Stttes' K'gbts Democracy must be my gn trartty for the politi? cal views I ?hall endeavor to ?romof I throngl the col? on m flf 'Ihe Aroianrhe. Hegard'iig (beelection of .lohii C. Brtckinrieige aud Joseph L?me as the minus by,which the country can be saved from the anarchy Which is vtwnii'gt? -engulf it, I shall direct the ?nil i 8BM of Tht Ai'iliinfe to p?TvMBOtfl tht ir success. I hrpe to so demean myself as to conviucs my adversa r'??? ? f ?he sincerity of the fltMjTM I intend to pu'Sti-, whiv 1 may not satisfy their, of the couclurivene? ol tit views I sbal> labor to enforce. " ?A corree? ondem in Providence, R. I., uuder date ti August 7, writes thus: " Perhaps you would like to hear how this little State is progretsitiia* in the present Presidential election. NAVM woe the lit p-il.lii-an.? so actively engaged in pUMflfgaflJMB their principles, and so sne. es*f?t! in w n -i.i, g lo their fui,h and standard many who, of late, have acted wiih no political partv, and even some I :h?ito redic?l Democtat* wh o fl?pported l*Kichan?n it. 1KB. Widt-Awbke Club* are baurBng In nearly tvni town and district, mid hundreds of young ni*u ?te . n rolling themselves to do a good ??rvice in elect? ing, foi- om next President and Yke-PreMdent, Abra 1 em Lincoln and Hannibal Humlin. Men of influence lave taken bold with a right spirit, and with a deter miiarion not to leave one ?tone uaturned, to a?-"om BvMB tbi? truly noble pm |?ose. We here are somewhat tin tised about the coaliiion which yon New-Yorkfjrs .tr?-trying f?> hatch up. The idea of the Belleverett ??any who have so long been grieved about the agita? tion ol ?Slav-try, and would make no platform or pass any revolution to avoid distn? ing that vexed question, ilould flMlfltflfl with that wing of the flMlOlllfllii wl i.e. h?nd and chief is ihe foremost instigation of the pr. sent i-olitical bioil, eeems rather novel to inany minds." ? A correspondent writes to as from Platt sin oath, Nebraska, under dale of August 2i. substantially us follows: " 1 am happy to inform yon and the ptflffla of the Sf 1,3, that he Retruhliiiiii of the Ttirritory of Ne I i;.-Kh ;.re ew nady to extend t? you the hand of rvolitical ellowphip, s*a; dins upon the sime hr-,id Na? tional Platform, inllnenced hy one common deairs, and IhU'riig f r one commou. yet glorious end, the re? dtii?! tion of the General Government, the States and 1 en iiories from the domination of thecorrti't ami op pressive Slave ohligr.rchy. In accoidince with pre ?MM i-otia-e fr?m the Ten it 'rial Central Committee tha b'e j ut .beans flf Nebraska y csti rday sent t tie? r delegates, f < m nearly every org MBfld county, to l'luttsmouth to pn pure the campaign, and select as'and.tr.l bearer for t'.' conii i' (?.i.i?c!. (?n th? preceding evening, iu tii-v pMUwd till there 'was MBBAtly room enough' to receive them. Many flf RMM comparatively re, ?ut eijiigtaiiU to the Teni'.oiy. ami s'rangtrs to euch other, but leuii g iu their person and fl|llHBUBM, heal ami bfl n ti e g.i'iii ae ins-giiia o? Kej-uoiiCitts. And sub, in a lew hours, prove? themselves, for a polilical cou teii ot lor/I f(???i MM MM unced lor tue ev? ni-ig, and .?ge hall, eng-Bad tor tt,e occasion, wes speedily I ?da Ablfl ::n?i ele'.jUent flpMebefl were mad.- bl o. P. M lb t. W. H. Taylor. K-v. M. Tlp">n. T. M. M uflJBflMB, Gk C. M'iit?l, 1). M. Ivelgey and others vi. .-hove?ii lia' ii,e l?epubiican metal of Nebrask.t ! '- ii?- right ring. k??:?. high,, leu. ThflRapabli us SelTraila are, therefore, foil oi boot and courage. ?it 1.1. ii.td tofear?a.?-ly and triumphantly perform their " ily. ? )n the following J tj (W?dn?d>7),th? Delegate ? il m niioii iifs.ui' lco, with additi ?mil reciui'*, tlie F- t. \\ F. I.i " kwt?od j residing. The ComadttM Ofl Bee hniPM mbde a ligtlv creditable report, whi?!i MM ?dopted afor slight I'uodifJ. atioi s. They MOOM? Mi n?' BUM roiigh organization of tue liepuulhaus of the 1 iv, bt the appointment or the selection of a 'I ? 11 it ; Ut] Ctinii i:i? e, coiisi.iirg of one meu,l,?-r ft ?:n ?th ltV;i>8<-i.fative I?i-ttic!, ?ad they NAOeUBM d . leieois thus chosen act as Chairmen of the i lie ?n ?rgat iz ti.u.s withiu tlie-'n. -pe. tiV? limit?. I ; hi .in,end th? indoMflflM nt of tho Clu.'ig-) n)m - and iMoIationi?wliicli waa. mi uumotul* adop'eda 'lli'-y re.(.int.i-.-id an BMlofalofthe Horn? p'e.d '.ill. MfBflBsd by the i.'i].tiiili.ai:s in the (loaviof Hep: ? mu?, lives, aid au ui.cj a?fi- d denanciati ->n ol ?ta n uiila-ioi'B by a I h ?notrut .. Senate, and ils final veto bj AVABOlflM inibicile Pr. aident, which MMpMflfld. '1 '.. y? leqn. s'ed onr DdegaM iu Co*gres- t > ask and 1 1er tor ?ill i.eedlul a|.p opriatioM l?y the Gen verument, will.oui delay, an.i wnijut regui to t. -.liiy. ?or IM i.toti'.rioii cf ihe nterejts, property, ] r?.-ee?kui. ai.u welfare < f the ;uli-.l?i'iuis ?.f the Terri? ) tai 'lit.t ni! ap.proi.r.ati.'.iis thus BAfldfl snould l?e pr? tti ?eJ by ? tii ctive safeguhidd, ai d sacredly api o..( to ?i '? vUiposts for which they nay be araiiied. They IfccmBMOd S[?tt(iy and ?lli'iei,: nteasure? by COB? ?rcM for tho c?'t.ri:ufi-c>n ??I ihe Pa. i.i. BaUroad, Bp th?? v. 1 ev 0? tbfl : lait?.-: that CoBfNflfl 1BM MBflttfl g; t e to tie Commise oner ol CoBMM BMMOlfl ia the ? it ihwAOnM 1 over ti" school la ds witnm i'.s I ?1 at an ett be pa?-?", b;. Congres?, c?d.ng as to aidIowa) tb- flWaaM Ot overt) w?,l Kntl-'o i Nibraflka; iro that apprepriatior? be especially ?isk*-d I loi Ihfl cou'[l'!: ?:, ? i Mm Capiiul at Omaha, llieerec- : tien of ihe Feniumiary M Belivne. atid ti- building of | a l.r't ge ano;, tbe Plttte on the maiu route betwe*eu I ?mal I ai d Nebraska Cuy. All of w hich rocommeudai- I t:oiis u 11 tbe hearty approval of tbe Convention, j Ait.r ihe (adoption of the platform, the btiilo'iiig for a j l)el< gete to Congrest AAAAMABOfld with much spirit for I i v.il appbeants, ?>ot with a general feeli:?g of acqni iscenie as to the restt t. Thus, It having been dia M -v? .ie?), before t'ne ballOflJBflfll OB Ifcfl IflflM trial were compktt ?! or iiiiioun. til ih?.t S. <?. Dai'y bad received tho TOMlMBUM *o a el "ice. tlie enihueiastic crowd ??? iniitnud tntir vocifeiaii'na for Samuel !.. Daily, ' ti e old war-hoiee' in tbe ??olitical tieh.s . t Nebraska. v, 1 o itad nobly ttiumpl ed ?ver a c-orript and united emmy o.'ite. and is hhle and willing to do it again; ??ne w't.o will, as ?me as the decrtes flf F.ite, bfl ai-'Hiu .-lined to repitseiit this T- rritory in OoagMM Tfl i!>?sfc dtateiiiiig otll? Mr. Daily re ?ponded in a few forcibta and well-ttn.ed remarks. l?e was followed .u rtspoiiee to calls; by all the candidates, T.n lor, Thayer, Marquette. Taf , Mitbon, and Sahler, and by l-?H kwo? ?i, lij.-im, ami KfltflflJ, who were not candi tl?.te.-'. AD the ?peaken flfllly m?ataa? tho Bfldflfli ead ?'hi.ioe ol the Cenvem'on, and, layi.'g asi.lc jet? n.il and Itcal feeling.? a:"l [.itteivnces, resolv d to buckle on tbe aimor, and BBBflfffllly BMMta in tne AOMbIaM triumph of Itepubliciiiidn ai KebtBavka. Havyng 'bus seenred tbe noininatioti if ,, itied lunl woittiy statidari*-beari r?one for whose H...I M the Kepnwiicana of tbe Territory may unitedly , : ?1 !Tveotly otbr up their political privera Daily ? thev aie- about to engate in h tu.teS'lul (ouflnt, as sjMtd 'hat viitoiy w il |s?rc!l A| on their banner on tie ri-coiid Tue-stlay of Octobflf next; ami confident thai the pei']>le of the Slate6 w"ll p'ace at the helm of Slate iho representative mai of ?liisllepublic, AI..ai.mi I.iiicohi, on the liiet Tu?-sday of Noveml?or. ? . vv.'* PERSONAL. - The Be?. Dr. Ni.-H of niBBflkaUa die! in that citv on Wednesday morning, at the age of ft* years. He was foimerly pastor of ihe Firut Fret-hytcriau Charol m A?.any; then removing to Philadelphia, he Licarn? tie head of the church in BflAMBStlflfli Bfl - . Im some time the 1-oiioted Presiden' of Dick ii.siiu Ccllcge, leavinit ?lat posilion to act a? the ti'.n eia! Aient ni ihe I'r.-.-Fy :?-, m:: Board of Publication. During hia oiiusutlly long iod vigorous lih- he wa? u ?la ly, unobtrusive example of '.he beauty and loveli nees which belong t< the CaMMBfllBt of the Clnirfti-iu Man. E ,;?i.,.ii aM. B'ioth, whr. was the other ifly NflMfld th ,,? the j?il at .Milwuii!.??-, MM flddlM i ik' ? mc-ting BtBlpOB, Wi. con-in, on Saturday; a Deputv- MartMBl :.l!? mpud to airtet him, and there wa? an immodiite ( exilosiou. The crowd buttled th? oihc-r out flf the way. di. w many rev? ?vers, MBtlfl a ('.?mtiiittee of Saltty on the spot, and guarded Booth till he ?hose to leave the town. -Tie report that Gen. Caes ia nnwell is contradict? ed by a BMM n'-ir hbor of bis, who flMMIBfld with him In th'e ?itriy (?art of the BBflMM vveck> Tne G?neial was then it? ?txeellent health. ?Thomas Fri,r,"it Meagier, .-t . who wa? liflAlffld wih the Worn itcrsbii? of a grant of right from Costa BkB to Ambrose W. Th MpflM of this city for a rail road a roes tie Is'lmi'is of Ciiiti.pii. has MMflflflflMi ia eh .'lining ihe c' flltflr, which whs iiuiiiii-'KUsly ap? proved I y the C's'a Die a Sen it?, and ?>n the Ith of Jnl) last the Chiimh? i ol ?*|iiities paeeed it by a nearly M anime us vote. We tud*?rttaiid Mr. M. will issao BOBM IMBMfl MM flawatlfld ''WasBl I ?a ?V abroad since Jaiicary huit. Thb New-York OflflTflflfeBBMBl flf Tmt Oksmgt Press and Tritium, s]?eak.i.g of tue receut faihue flf Mr. Jutob Ii.tllc-, MJ ' Mr. Lit'lc fortunately, blefljBBM extensive ptivaie means, and his wile s I.?r lut., whnh he ha? n?-ve! jeopardized in flpflflBsMsBB, ia itinplofoi tie future wani* of i.is family. Mrs. L. ia much yiuig-r than b:ihutl,ai.) aal II a fauciualiug ano laehi'. n.ili woman. - I.?lwai?l Burns, an Irish weaver, then living in Hehnmvill-, lia*,., som* month, ago mined arsenic with his hou'Mjnoid ?apply of Hour, cieariy i.ntou?liug to pc is on his family. All ate of tbe flou r, all were t ? -et i.xus?-. ill, trot all reo.rer. I. Barn? fled, and r tau'iil ?..m i If l.y the ?ale of umbrellas. Toe i day he was diicvercd, arrested, and imprisoned. ? From a letter written by Washington Irving t friend L#slie, dated Dresden, iWtu, now publish.: ' Tkt Horr,t Journal, the following anecdote is take " I hav?- been fighting my way into tbe German guage, and am regaii ing my liali.ui, and, for ? of more profitable employmeiit, have turned | in?, r. We have been if?-t?ing np private theatr here at the iionf?-? of an Englifh lady. I have aln et-Ki t. d Sir- Charle? lia? kett in ' 1'hree Weeks i Marriage,' with great u? pL.ii*-, and am on the * ?f pintng Don Felix, in 'The Wonder.' Ihn i?'?a of this fund of dramaticlalent larking within ard I now coii?olemy*eLf Hal if the worst come t?. worst, I can turn sir lb r, a' : pi.k up a decent a (?i.ame amona-the barn? iu England. I verily M nature intend??) m? to be a vagabond. P. 8. II von intend to mike -/une de-igna lor ' Brmebr llnll.' I wrnbl rtother have the work illu-tntted you than by any one else. ?At a mactirg reuer.tly held in Fairview, Rand County, Indiana, Eldtr Solomon Mi Kuiney ititrr his adventuiea in Texae, fnm which State he .?a? telltd about a year ago. It appear* that he Iowa three yea ? ago at.d wei.t to TtXM to find a riiabk residen? .-. bring fourni a flssi where his victs as a preacher were a. (*? table, 1,? returned h< and tools ?ifa wife bark with him to t' I South, pro ing there to live. This occiirn d in May of lit'?'.?. fore leaving Iowa for the last time, aneighboi <|ii. rt??i Mr. McKtoiiey to collect from one Spruwl? Texas, a sum ? f money which he owed Ait? r pr? iugfor seme time, the El?k rone day rec?-iied a '. from tbe debtor, Sprowle, and iu the curse ot a frit ly conversation the former spike of tbe commia? with which he had been charged. Sprowle denied ??ebl, uni appeared angry. His next ?tep was to notiiee Mr. McKinney as un A Vlhs.ii'tTt. A Cimi tee nuetinir wa.-ctill'd, v. it tent t!,?? k no* ledge of ai'ctued, timl twcilylive or thirty citizen? delibera M i.i what fi ..y a] ou?e' do wit.', bim. A utuu.-er witiiei?i-ts were ex-mined, who declared thai he v tot an Abolitionist but a D? inoeTat, a? be bad al ?vi been. Then Sp, .?wie wa? called on to give hia test i mot which be wiilir-iily riid, cl,arr-<iig the Klder with In a ihangtling in r? i< i? u. ( ?no Blunt dared t?> speak favor (f tie r-it.i-t? r ai:?i lie w,is at op.ee denonu as an anoinplice. Mr M'Kiuney was then prea'oi a few mil?? away, and his congietta ion pr.-jmrei c< rtificute to lb?- aft?, tl at ihe fhftffS of Abobathtai was ijiiiie false. The editor of the paper in Dall County an? i.?'t hilt.wtd to publ-gh this centic:i being tbiea'ensd with tl.e ?-struitioii of bii propei shoold he do ci. A b-"? r v- M -?nt t?? Mr? M.Kinti? isy it g tl ?ii bei l,u--l"'iid 11 ?i iil'iiit were t-> l?e ban?; w i>! in twei tj -f ur b? am, " six t'c-t in the ?_?." l'iid taxai ii" i.m'i'iires, ta? iLr.u'ei.cl men thought (.\*-ii!iit to 1er.e the C'liutr... Toy ac online rriirieii, alter ii *1m pits* Bight, ?'uiing wiiic'i tney ? wnh lon?. d gin s ? xpeciit.g an itli.ck. Having ira e'ed t.?v?lve n.il's lluy WtaTC in-', by nine men, w t I I ?-d II: m ar?l took (he party?Mr. aid Mr-?. M K?Liiey md Mr. ITIsiIlt lisjtil to tbe county toiv Bats McXfan?' \ a ? u f: a? a piivate r? sil?ne??; t! i .? n VM-n ? aal into tie JaO. ii I o'clo'k the ne mori.ing ihe iatier wtie tauen out aud tie.l toatre Tl en seven of tie luiliaiir, ll?";g?-d them with a hea; cow bide whip, each fell? v. 'ivmg ten .?.-i->kes. T' j unirl.iii.nl was very Bjnrril I -. ainl ?M mMtm ??on of t? vi''in.s wh-in.'.'t (?eploial-'e After being thus tbey ???re allowed Ul g? ? n ivhsfrj .uriiey, t ongh tin weil left |ei.t!i'(.? ? Mirs Kate Dilksi.s.tbe fcco;:d da?iglu>rof Coarl Dicken?, \\;is rtctntly niiuiied t?. Mr. C'?a'les Collin a I Nther it WilUe Collii.s, aud a rising author. ?A con i si mit ut of The pi.''.,,/,,/,;, ?t Prat, writii fnm Atlan'ic City, gives ihe bQo*ya?f pic ni I ? fl n people now disputing tbi-iiitclvcs al t'.ut waterin plac? : ' ' '1 imt light ligtrc in tin- bin" domino am! gre: aMiiican rtraw hat. ir l'..l..it J. Walg.-r, ami ?g Icadisa mto tl.e nil (or is kd in by) a lady tall? r I ta lii_iB?.Ii. Th.ie is Atootni^-Gtnaral B!.t.k, . m? i white from Lis ht a'l to his f.-et. Yonder, at ihe verg o' tie wi'ter. is Jo. McK.hLin, towecing like a Kfsx.1 eifcti ut IIo sid?- ot the Hop. A. Iv. MtjC'ure of Fruiik .in. S. i.'ttoi Bio.iheud ai d la.iy ait-jtiri aitkappsaiia uni ei n bags surf lob Siio.i?en, of ihe Miut,i.i ;u ?anting inn. ihn??ad In which th? gsntls.a gait?si bulbing chili?-?, ?i. ? ..ii.piiiii.'d by hi? wife, lien I.. ?iu un of B* ?k? wn'ks down !<? the ocean, the i ente of agto'cpot the gu?ete Ot the United Siati A." ? The Bouton Adrer.'tn r stales, upon authority, tha tbe srggetiicn "1 th? Hon. (-'bailes Sumnsr's nam?, ii coi.nectiou with the t ttir-o ?f Chief .Jualice of ibe Sa pr-n.e OctXli of Miisracbu???-tts has Iwei? nnvle withou hi? knowledge or coras?tat, lad that be cculd not accep tie itfce if it vvctc tei ikrid to him. ?The Political Astronomer of Tin Hartford Eren ir.f! Pritt bas be?i. taking observations of the some w hat i riatic conrse of a luminary val?, -e 'cuan tail, il bus wMM laid, is vtry tear the earlh. Ths astrouomei i..| rn*tsa-- follows: Stephen was anxii.tia to see hia mother. Bi? mother was ai xii.its lo st.->t?-plen. The dutiful bo\ :.il\. rtitwti it in the public prints tha'. hl ?IM ou hi? MtWM e?e bis niot:.t-r. IIes'urt?-d from live City ol M?W?Yorh to viaM hie mothtr who resid?a iu th' arsatarnHcnoa <>i Nivt-iur'. wat?. B? nut. ally i. ;i. to New-llavu, (iu.ll.ru, and llattfjid, on lila? any, and at ine la;'? i plan-lu- was" l*trayed' into a ?I. ?-i b. Si ill bt nt on the ma'ernal pilgrimage, he goe? Urwatd Host, n, nttra.'-d by a relative of hi? wiie. It va a . a.-e of reliilivtt attracti. n. (?a his way, at \\ . ..rter sorr." Juilas '' betrayed ' him into a Mx-e: h. A' Iloe'a.ii. btlraytd i../,ii;i. N?.\v. however, he ?'ir?ed toward bis iLother. At Albany, MtmoMJ tt \>n? through tb.re as a private man. ai'ioiriuhed a? ?be ii ugii tuent d? inoi.stra ion, the uue.\pi-< '? ?I i.jf.iii .lik.- 'be one at Hur'.fordi; he was " In rayed " Into a epee.h, iu which be d.-clar.-J he wa? ?o? hi? way to see bis mother. From lure the ] ilgrim SOB raowhss Saritogi. II r?- he lays brine ? oltttcs. tf inks ol bis long ctisei-u ? ?t ?er wm.iu l,t il about to i int. and tai? k? mi j the genial pie tsure* ? t ihe pla- e. Previous lo this we ought to mention, he WbS " IttrayeU into a si ?. ? h. Full of tli'itig1??.-! of his iiutbcr, beatarta in a iiorth-caal direction, and bt?tV at Bat??vd, the home of bii y.uttb. Owing t.? t':e w!,ii:v BlMXpectcd ?iiriv:?! in lli.it pine, B- li.tll ?Wed, ?'. . "lu?ml ? is " I???iray <i in'.'? a rp?- <B.? Full of pent-up atl'ec? OB he 'iiii in'l< t'L'.-r reit-itin birnelf, but itOr? to Bellows Fa'le. Aniid tt.?- bellow hag of the p ?p Itlme blld tbe r? bs o) S.epllc'.l. he is dci'lVcd, d.rludc-d, : ,??.-i.i on?:n lurt " fectrayad" into a api-i-.h. He (lies to tin- iitirth, be laniis at While Bivei Junc? tion. What ajniictiou. whi.i a c iijiinciii>n ia point of but was Ihn?I ?*>t.jhni wits " betrayed" into a si i ech. Cuttii g hi? lilial "tick in a s ?ut'i-?-a-t ?lioctiou, bs u.torrLfcd ur ut Concord that he is v a) ng New Eoglaid to look ?Pon ths grave of a r.:l Hi ve. ?Sad Stepnen, now akillfally hip nxuiaty to Ml m MMMM m) dstgniBsd This ltat?t??anl was inud- in the coins'? . ; ?. nie exteiidcd rem-rks ? hi. L, .n poii t of lint, " be Ira, ?d' pious ?Ei ?aa inc. B ???ee h at ibis very place. AI Manch?st.i, at ?Nue-au, st Prvvidi nc*. still ?.-ekuig tin m: tunal il?biac II ..t Still ne lui, ht i- Still sur priaed. hi.d itill "bctn.je.l"-- hut why r"i -at ibesad d?tail? f Steph?*n, Sir) hen, who Bs?~? unable to ?ot Lftbiosdaid shStBS even, is t.exi Been ?tl a chtni-bak.i M Itiskv Pom!; far. far from mother, relai**?'?, or gii.u-r, ?'m tint, s'.iict'.v pnvi.t- lour ! B s -?? his luotbcr, M.ji.i. w? isy, aiiika ih- ?nuternal for a ?eaSon, ai il iillows one hninli. I ami litiy buBhel* of baked ? ?am? ai d m, 000 people |0 " bct.-ay " biui WtO as]i,cu?a biisf on* ot mi h? :.. aadnhnu tyo.?k at ?he n-iip of N?w Etigland. Whcie il?, yon tlnuk St. ?I .i. i. in"v '. V\ bv ?uvl'i'iii on the rocky end j ..f lib. ?le l.-h.'d. at Nirwp'i r:, knkir.g up bis ir'id'.u , 1 tel? bv tbe great ?>ieaii, as nuicii as t.. any t'.ul. hav- , iltg ii.iend ?il Otei New-lliglat.il on tbe stietigib of her, be uow d'.ti ! ?are a " lirai-? fartbiu ' I'.?r his ; h .,'?-:iial I A-d yet, by uni by, when be gets re?u- ? p?-:iil?'d, and iv?ii?'r?lo ?tat I. ti another t.un. .vc -hall urn hir low, sw?ct toice mingling with the .uar of i tl B ? uif 'down tin re by the Bounding isa, a I'liy ring tag? " \\ ak" il' 1 ' ".I! Ill ' earll Call ".r eail? inotli-i ilrar." ? Tbe ll'ii. JohnKheiman han a?ldr?'s??.l ?le follow? ing Itrt'cr to tl.e editor of Tin Ol it BtmmMmn M l.i-HII I., ( hi'?, A'l..' -I, ISfEf. fini I lu In.- in yen |.ii| < . i 1 in?'.'f lint you "i >i?:tilr liilil 1 iiBVe l-.i ruini- ill., "(?i i* 'iul.i *V W.lh Mr. BaBltSSnn, ami ti at yon have mi.le this insiun ilion leti.ie. Vou have not had the maulitn-as to laatd m any ol youi tnnnualion,, and ?is 1 ?1?? mil lead y.or ?;."'<t, I nave Ir??-;! in aJMMMMM of tlorn 01?U this uuiiig. Now, bir, if vou want t" be jiiet to a paillli tal ?jdM.ir4.iy, publish tb'i- not?; slat- JtVU I mtgot ?.r ta '-,it V"! baie Hi.y; deal no more in loii ui.t*ioi?s; si-rn m? a k | v . ! y"'tr paper lonlaiiniiatf your ( li.rg?.?, t..l.iii i a* m.'i? dial m l.?l? :.?t?d?, you will Bud ih.? I te\-r bad r< n-?rse'i?".', "t iiitero"?'r>*e, M buaine.? with Maltesen that wai not proper and right, hd?1 wbioh I would uot williptriv ?have every om kuow. W.. *.,,./ ' JOBB 8HBBMAN. And this ia tbe reply the editor makes. If inten led as a joks, it ia a very dull one: 'Tie boaorabl? gentleman a*k? rj* lo ?tite our ' bargee with reference to bis business connection? with Mettes..n, if we have any, and that unies? we deal in ijili-ehood?, they will be found to be proper and right. That, we take it, admits that business rela'ioi s di?l exist between them; a?id if we ara right in this, Mr. She rn an can better Mate their precis* ch-ua-iter than m * on? elee can, aud therefore we tender him our ?ofi.mra to do to, ?incehe ' wonld willingly have nv ry one know them.' CRUISE OF THE NEW-YORK VAC HT SQUADRON. ( oire?ponaleace ol Tb? N. Y. Tribtuie. Yacht IbbBBBbVM. Aug. 8, lHf-0. Soon after .r? ]>. m., yesterday, the schooners Maria, Favorita, Widgeon, Zinga, America, Juliet, Uestletw, Giprey, BeMie, Norma, Bonita, and Sulla, and sloops Iiowena, Bay, Alpha, Irene, Rebe??a, Narragamett, L'ndine, HflAliAUflaf. and Mallory, took their depart? ure fnm Whitestone for Glen Cove, with a light breeze, and in a short time were at anchor for the nii'b?. Soon after, the Julia, Haze, and the schooner Ned Clyde, with the hand of mnsJc on board, joined the fleet. The night was spent, a, the first night usually is in thfl interchange of agreeable visi'? be? tween the yacbt owners. Order? were received for the liist claes to s'ait for New-Haven at 8 a. m., and the secoiid ?ml third ?lasse? a' 7 a.m. We hid a ?ph-miid mornii.g to lstgin the cruise, and all hands were up 1.right and early to refresh themselves wi'h a lath bflfMfl starting. At 7 a. m., the Maria tired a fij-riial gnn for the seroc?! and third-? la?s yach's to up anchor and away. The sm?ke had scarcely cleared off before the vathts were under way. leaving ?he harbor with a liicht westerly wind. As I writ?, tho larger yt.? his, whose n?u.-t*rs a*e allowed an hour longer in port, ?re coming up in fine stylo, presenting a very pretty marine picture. At 10:10 we came abreast Faioh a Ne?k. Of those that left at 7 a. m., tie Narregansett aud Mallory are together, a! tad, mil the Irene ami ItViwena just Ix'hind. The ?low and easy bette Norma bugs the Connecticut eh? re; tie remainder of the ?quadroo keep to the Long Island tide. Commodore .Stevvns is said to 1?<) ou the Maria for the hist aimnal MBBM in BBMBJV?Vmt Diir bflj the day the wijul continued light, ami I tbcr-tore have in? brilliant flflflflBMMMM in the way of fast aail ing to note. Alont 1 p. m , after a very BaMBBBl irip, the squadron neared Ne.v-.laven, in tho following order: The Julia, I.cberca, Maria, Manner-sing, fa? Vt-iita, Minia, Bow MB, Mallo -y, L'ntline, and Nitra? da: sett were alniost flloM ti>i/.?t*ier. Next com? the Ar erica. a*BB*flfl, Gqsy, Haze, Ziuga. and the re iiik?ik; | f..How Ag cli.-e upon tliem. Tint* ends the ii ret day s most AgMaBaUfl cmi??. To-morro'V we go ni' to New-Ii<iud,n. Mi ???..?. MARINE AFFAIRS. THE Miir-V VIM)? IT (.III'FM'OIN'T. '1 he liiisii e?s of snip und i'utt building v. Greenptiint is eaid to he brisker now tnau it has heen before a' uuy tin.? for the past three years. A iarg-e steamboat for the New -Haven line will st on be Mfld, for hiunchi ig; heeiih- which, there are builtiingat Mr. Suceden'? yard tvt o lar>.e steamers to run to Norwich. In the yard >.f MflflMB Bflflll Weld?, a brig of SSOtBDB, being built Mr?I. \V . Smiili iV Co. of New-York, is near cooiple tion. Messrs lblliV Wehb have BOM under cintract a leigfl ?.nn ii!:t of work, that will give AMplojflMBt to a h,i>e Ltiii.l? r of hands, and call into requisition all tin facilites ? f their extensive e?ti?bii?hment. At the yard of Mr. C'-llyertbe sume s'..riiH of lively activity are niieiif eted and t)>< ;?? i.- an abundant (BBB8B8 of a heavy jbUli business at all the .-?kip-yaw- iu Greeu p> int. BROOKLYN ITEMS. The Soi th B a .k. i s Cou ah.n Cm n.?Ttiii Club la, erected a opeflloM Wigwam on Court streit, r?? i,r De 'ig'a.-ts, B?MBlo ofBMOflflaBod iting S ,(?00 pe. p e. It is will lighted nud vcnnliiffd; and on three sides there is a platfoim cunta iiin_' IblMIBMB of seat?, in fei de?! for tbe acc?mm..dation of iadies. The Wigwam is to be dedicated this evening by amas, meeting of the Republicans, and a grand demonstration is antici? pated. Qsonjfl W. Curtis, eS'|.,i.?to lie the orator of the orcusioii. and tbe Kc? ky olcuutain (ilee einband the Ptarit? loBfMMfl will enliveu tho procci-tMliu:.'? with their Sony.'. The Wide-Awukea wi?! be out iu lull force and a?l Hepuhlicai: Clflbfl in Biuflkljfl aro in? vited to attend. The Wiirwam vvill be .??hjii every n'ght (except Snndsyi during the campaign as a rally ing-point for the Kepubhraiu of Sou m Brooklyn, and a d.Hl-rc? m for the Wide-Awake?. It ia also intended to hold public meetings in it ae often as ,?uce a week up to the ?lay flf election. * Pian?" Tie? MCT.?-The joli.-e in South Brooklyn deserve severe ceneute for not en forcing t;ie Lws hjiaiuet batniiig and ?wiiumiri?. in the hay. All along Keti Hoik Point the residents are annoyed and women are ?cmi*ll? d to MMMMB their aftci no? n aa?l oveuiug walks on tbe beach, by reason of the presence of naked ?MB and ..oy?, who drive tbei a in carriage, and ftiip themeelvcs in pliin eight, and within iif*y yards ( f dwellii gbo??. Some of th-se fellows i,uve been so impudent ft? to Ida kjjnard e lady who ordered them away from her premise?. This p-trt of the city ought t?> have avaBUl UM BBMBM nilovvance of patrolmen. and tbe otlicers should he mu?le t-> ?lo their daty. At pnet-tit they sink ami dt (ige iu the most repi.-heneibh) manner, U av i; | rOM4 i s to d?> jttet us ihey please ?B all the dietric! helow Iiaiiiiltou avenue. Will the S iper inteiidenl go BOMB there for once in his life, and -ce for himtelt I a The Ti'.ns.?Arxtlicr meeting of thfl Joiut BflBfd of Aldiinieii ami Su] M visors was i.ehi MM evening, and seveiale.-tiiiiatte of the taxes were pa'aed upon. The -mouit '" he n-.ired for principal on the city loan? wai !xd at l? I ?''?''?"''-'I 01, l.cii ga ?eduction of some $?i,0l)0 In in ihe . i ginal-tatemmt as prepared by the Coui rnlttee. The stf.teiiieit of the amount necessary for (.fibers' eiilarie? was llxcl at *!C SDO. The Common OoBBttl bad at ih'ir laut me.-tiug ad ?,>ted a res.la'ion recciumendii g an ?ncrc-a??. of the saliiiee of all the heads of Department, amounting to about * I.?ODabove i ho original ts'imaie. The Joint Board, however, re fined |BBakfttha iciurati,dation, and if not Nflflfl> bidi-rtd the officers'salari?e will iejia?.. m titsy now are. ? FiitE-lti'i.i -Tow BB8,?There is great need of lire 1-4-11-1 owers in boih the ?Second and Tbir?l Fire Dis? tricts, embracing tliat portion of the city aouth ol At? lantic street. There f>uuicily wa* a torier in the Tl iid District, and it is probable that ui)"t!,er will be ereitcd iu the touise of a year or two, if tlie OoflMMB C until tase any action iu tho ma?teri but in Um Ib - end l'irtiiti w litre there is an IflMM se am mtit of |uihlic j i'?j ?r'y, int'ludiiiL' the Atlantic Do? ks, no me me 1 ave ,-vtr teen provided by which an alnrin of I'm ronld be givm. A tower is decidedly nece??ary in this District, as the City Hal! is at such ,t i?reat dis hne: that it ia etblom that the Ih?I tau he htard. Fiie incu reeidiiig m S.'iith li-ooklyn have re)?eatvxily urged action iu then- n atiera, hut without eiltet. PBOBAI ii. I*-? IBTIi l'.i.-Con??der*hle ? xcit> ",i?-i. w.i, Cleatell I, Of- l ?H.lllt Tr-trtjiy, \ij th? IlllJin,- ul tllr ilrui, .m- a: .' part 1st '. i I r i:l ' f ? i'DIi !. ?ji|. ir nt. f hut a t.-ttil,,, i I it II.Biflald . ??.ii. ya'iii t??.?- i, mil !.. s i" i. i.in.r.l Ji.i.n lt?.,.,.i. u,.,! ?aril (ii.. ,?.-r> lavalit* M BU alud? el ip, . ?U ..? bat ao il, h ut. l,.f...-,..?|,.?i . si* a* sbtaltfl la resufl tslhtp Cmpp Mstsa? pi ? i te ' -v. -t . .??? il ? n . ?tattcsi; i? t ... ?< ? .,-,, t/,t:, i.ore U.U- ,i??i.t ai d ,,u "?g |,.-. ; i tl. ? yi.r taptwkm ai. <? la l. r-?, l.. ni i lu.a lin. ?a I ,i.;jg?i tu th.- |)uiiuilt-! k.i.?aj?. I.llj. ! dlfiiC llrl. Tin D"i DlAltl ? n ('-?'.)? ITMB.- Mr. .1. I?i M.ir I I. ",l llir ill.'?n"h Cailw,. rlinaa ? )? h-?;?. ?,,? ?i.iMi An .Ir.wA M>< .1 Ait. tsitt, to tl:r l).e.,|la? Hut. i ., . nil .ti. from tbi- lit AaaXIi.bl?. Dpl-i.'t ?,t Wrdl.radty B*AB8iKu Adkat. A si.biing afiy.y <>txarr?d ia t p??it.-i I ....? |?, At t tl- .\rt-ti ti-ar l??i|t|| K.ery. jrprrJ.y pondrai In whirl. ? m.n MmI tfmm\l?m**^*Jm}mimmS? knife by rtrirk rciewssy. It U alle?ed thM MoOmre -JmBV Coon?), and ?hit the latter drew h knlf? in telf dsfeniw, Intllc ?a* thii? tubi. it WM ?t fir* CMMjbl that ihe **f*mmtmmtP. a fatal . l..r^tiar. bat ? ?.uwic?! nltMilaition proved thit thrj arm not necrpaillv ?ianfrroas. Ctoney w?s ?rr?*ta?d t? ?wait BBS rettiU .f th* b.jurie. Attac-? or? ai, Orne ?a.?fifflcer Coyle wa? at? tacked by a mm mined VVra. By Und on th* co.??r of ( ohimMa and Vioititret-M on Wednetdar nirfht, whom h? end?PT0r??l to ?rreai for dUorierly csuduot Ihe MM wd, ?? (? *\inf?\ Jrf* a knif.? and Ir.fll? ted ? illjjlit wound in the ofncr*? hand, b?tl?i?j i ttttli? bis clothe?. H. ?u eventually taken lut* cmitxly, m? locked up. Liouoa Lit en?*?.?The Kxriae Cotnmi??ioners h?ve fr?nted 4i0 lioenwi tl.it yesr, which, at *?Wili. enie, n-t th?? ?umof ->'.3r?oii. wliich i/oe-toUi? ce*?nty tot ilo rapport oUbt poor. _________ DrsPERATi AriKAY at Tiff. "Ship."?On Wednes? day Dig! t Constable Farrel of Jersey City pi?oc4j?ded to tbe old tenement-hot!** known ?? the " ship," near the upper end of Newark avenue, to arrest a man named Patrick 0'Sliawne.sy. a w?U known, desperate character. Upon entering the room and making hi? business known, 0 Shawnecsy, together with his wife and sou, made an a'tack upon the officer, who drew his clnb and mud* th?* beet p?3e?ible use of it, but the odd? were too gt>*at againet him. Th? woman ?eiw?d aknife and fought like ? demon, and succeeded in cutting Far? rel several gashe? upou the face and head. A number of the inmate? of the den gathered around, but did not heed tbe demand of th? off!, ,-r for aae is tance, aad he was forced to make a retreat. .Subsequently, several police otnoera made a descent BjMfl the ?Up, bnt iu<ceeaed only In arreeting tbe ?on, ?i! ? ut 18 years of age, O'?ltawnessy aad hi* wif? bbvirii-succeeded iu making their ?-scape. Yenterday, Chief of Police Marin'? arrested Barnard McElroy on a charge of refusing to assist tlie constable. The ship is an old, long three story, wooeleu build? ing, with apeitments for about 40 families. It* occu? pant? are rpnipe.sed of the vilest and lowed dreg? of I uu.anity. with whites and blacks living on equality, while amalgamation is not uufrequent. A deeceot, by the Mayor, Ii? coider, and Ciief of Police, was contem? plated a few day? since, bat the inhabitaaM of the den, ABM nil g aware oi the iutentitn, paid t ;eir rent in ad? vance, and thn? thwxrted thesr. The next Graud Jury should take the matter in charge. CITY ITEMS. m Our heated term continue?! yesterday, though hardly so severe a? for the previous two days. Tbe afternoon wi-s extremely oppressive, but a gentle breeze iu tho evening, brought some relief. On the Meriiinic theory of IM hour cyders and cqiiilibi ii, we ought to lee near ti g end of our prtBant scorching. C'ONCEUT FxTRAoniH?. tRV AT THE Pil.ti'li Gvtt BBB Booms ?Hr. C. T. Hopkins has composed a Olsyria ... Extott?t, Anthem*, ?jVc, which will be per? formed at different concerts on the 1It h, loth, and FSlh ?net., in the ceiling, at the Palicc G trdi-n Rooms, Fourteenth street and Sixth avenue, by the New-York I In: iconic Society and a tui-jperous e .oral force ami an orehesJrii. This will b* an agreea'de and brilliant ????cation to mannest regard in the production of new na?ve compositions. Mr. Brietow wi.I conduct. Striet Department?Proposa* for seven jobs were received at this Department yesterday. Tuere we re two bids for Lauding a new truck fjr the use .?f Hi ok and Ladder Conuuuy No. ti, which, by direction of the Common CoBBflfl, il to have Mi? km it (.'irviHe's fire eecape attached; the lowest from C. K. Hartshorn, was .*?7.'j, but with the s'ipulation that he should pay nothing for the use of tie paten?. As the purch.tse of th.-patent hv the city, i-as yet und .'termine?!, there was a non-award of the contract. The other award* were?for bnilditig a new tm? k for the use of Hook ami Ladder Company No. 11, to C E. llaiuhorn, at ^?'.i'.i, two bid?. Retailing and altering the rooms over BflflflB Maiktt, to be occupied by the Kantern Di-peneary. t?, ChurlesYai'dervoort, a*. $vW, four hid?. Finiii-hii g 1,(XJ0 ia? lamp irots, am! for drilliog ami t},j[iiig the iioMbflflBB, to HogkY. Cngelu, a'. 77 '??uta each, fonr bid*?. Fnritisbiog 1,00?) cast-irou lamp rosig, to Hugh V. Ctg'lti, at $1 7.1 each poet, two bids Furnishing I (XX) gaa lamps. toAlexauier Kt.wi.tu, at ?M 9?. per lamp, live bills. The award for 1 uiltiii g ?? fei ce aruni-d Mount Morris square was not made, a.-, ?t in net detei mined whether the expense, if incuired, should c??me out of the special appropriation of $-0 (X II tMjOo for the improvenit-tit of the 8 piare, BBd sk". lictiij. a t?:?.re is a question as to whether the lces'ie tf the ?Square is not required to keep i*. boV?M?, Ft NFitAf. M (in. IiVav? Tne ?>?Hh Kegiinent, N. Y. S. M., the members of two or three civic so;ietie?, aud a large body of our citizens, ut it,-.i yesterday after neon in paying the last tribute of reaped to tho remain* flf CaL Jam?-? lijan. Services according to the rite, of the Roman Catholic Church wer?* performed at the la'e ret idene-e of the deceased in Leonard street, near Bit ad way, several prit?f? ? h?? iiting. About Do ?look the coffin containing the remains wa* borne to the hearse, a detachment of the 69th, under command of Col. Corcoran, acting a? a body-gn-iid. The melan? choly cortege moved up Broadway to Tvveuty-tuird sfreet, and thence by ferry to Calvary Cemetery, where the remains were interred wiih the usual mili? tary h, tints. The coffin waa of rosewood, and bore a plate with the following inscription: ? JAMES RYAN Dibu An.i'tT 7. 1R6"), Axed 41 >..,.? ; ; Requi?rent ir. p-icc. C 1. liy-?ii wai <.>mnu.iiil.ii)t of the 6'Jih Regiment foi many years, and wan much esteemed by the i?.em htraof the organization aud by our citi/.eus ?-'en.rally. a A Caro from Mr. Heenv-?.?In our adverti.-ciug columns will l-s found a card from Jobn C. Heeiuin, called forth l?y tl.?- maliciou? etatements of lrieep iisi Lie pintie?. In OQBflflOMMBB of reports in?! he would m?'Hpp*?i at the proposed ft ?ti val and exhibition at .It tic? a ?Yo-d on Monday next, h* ?flMM it neceaaary to any tl a* he will 11 there, and at any other placo de? signated by Mener?- Nix?n <&. VV? <>d, to wtom he ha, confitad the entire lnaiiiigement of hi? exhibitions. Fill linns. ? The ?.tliccrs .-nd noii-cou-missioned ( lEceis ol tie Twelfth Regiment yesterday morning llMflilBlfld a e?: i?n of voluntary morning drills, foiini, g on Washington Parade Ground at ij o'clock. Ttere were forty-tive meu pre^f!nt at tbe initiatory drill. It ie their intention, latent! the season, lo have the entire regiment participate. BoABB ?"? Mi ci? Th vue.?Thia Board terminated its yea'ly eeesion ye.ittrliy. Tha following orticers were ?rlflflMd for the ensu'tig year: Mr. ?lames T. Hall of the tina cf W. T. Ila'.l iV Sou, President; a\Ir. I). P. Foulda of Lofisville, Vico-Prcideiit; Mr. Jas. N. Beck of Philadelphia, Secretary and Treasury. Toe iii'lci- ef the Bi ard were rev tied and other routine I u, ii .-e? ?j;p( -e<\ .?". when the Association adjourned t.. meet ut Boston MSl ye*r. During yesterdav after? noon the members of tho Board visited the Central Park and High Bridge, and in the evening the Associa? tion dined at the Fifi h-A venue Hotel. Gavi Bam..- Mr. 1. M. Singer, the great sewing ma'bine manufacturer, who resides at No. 11 Fifth avt.nne, was yesterday ?inert, d by Officer Colfax on com' l.ilnt of hi, wife, Mary Ann Singer, who accasej him of hen itig beaf.n aad choke! ber in a viol-nt man? ner, wi' hont any provocation. On appearing before Jus-* tic?' ConLoIly, the accused waived an examination, and put in h: 11 to keep the paco f?r six mouili?. lvobort SY, MiCltilau ?.I No. 1H WflflJ Forty-secoud. street, 1 t(?line bis boiideiiiiiin * ? Niw CHthcii.-The corner stone of a?: M. K. Mi? eion finir, L iu Twenty-ft urth atreet, batween Fighth and Ninth avenii*. wasliidon \Yedne*aday afternoou t y llieiiep JaiM?. R*-v- Mr. Ferns, |m*lor of the new chimb, mad? a ?ut.-meut of the orgauiatiiiion and nri griM of th? Mission. It was organiied about three ???.n 'iii'". und al that lime the caiii?rogata.ti won taped in a hi i*' vvooJutj. inn. h, aitualed usar th* site of the t ii ? ilitjjuow in pr??gre?B. La-l year the little church ?va? kurned down. The bbIbBBB !?in-iety, which uivm bMflBBBBl BkJ mcmbeta.afUrwtrtl? purchased the pr?* .?i ?ite, at a coat of about 1*4,0??), and tli? buildinj, no? in protgrt?. of *r?M?Qj?, ??mU, It wa? ?Mliqaated, ?m? m\m $6,0?. Tbe niai attifj^f tV bafldlag ta aJrrady op, ?occupjbog 50 feet of front, by JOOfhe* is depth and 11 feet in h-igbth. It is not the itttsoli?? of the Tro?t??o, at prafoont, to rabie it beytwd th* Art* story, unie*? $.1,000 additional is solo*crir>??l to ?neM* tbe work to prtoeeed. Ia ens* that ?mount is not now guaranteed, a temporary roif will be t**oiisU?i"ts 1, the floor sad ceiling of the first story fiiiMb?d, and th? congrecn?on will worship there uotil th? bn?d?ng shall bave been ?xmpl?st*d. It ia to be built of brick, th? front to be trimm?d with Nova Sc*?>xia stone. s Lai*?ch or a ?TiAni^-Tri* little staamer aJM the Gua?laJquiver,375tiiiis,waB kuMhed at 2 o'-Sok | yeiterday, from th* ship-yard of J. Westarrelt, at tha i foot oi East Houston stieet. She slid ?aisily into th? I stream, aud was Immediately rhaatad ?-dostgai? tha pier for finishing. The On-ulaJouiTer is 158 fetw ia leogih, has 23 feet breadth of beam, and is 10 fee' its+p iu the hold. Her frame-aork is all live oak, and tan octiide planking I* ot oak and pine. 8b? is bmk for ? firm in Havana for Cuba coasting, and will be take? thither immediutely. lier engines will be put lu after her ariiva!, and it is calculated that she will thsa draw atout six feet of water. There wer* but ??817 f*w pertoos present to see he-launched. a? Chabitiks abd Corkictiobs ? No mc??ting of tbis Board was held yestardsy. Tue returns from tha valions IrstitrtioD? ?re a? follows: Namber ren fining July 18, 189*.t,BM Ail.i.itl.d.in ?.t,Mt ToUL..TA (M. M Di?ch?rtWB.1,741 Sont tu Penitential? and VV orkh.u?*- 4*9 Beiit tu ?uttt Prrison. 0? *,?? Number romiiinii.gAug 4, 186S.7,014 I. .?s*.?S Bellsvne BouptM. 94? r<mrrh Dlatrlr? trmmn.... t Lunatic Afvlaiu. WSiitian?! ilotpiia!, fm VVork Aio.f-H?'U?e.i.*-**' Wmwu..:....:.?*?? PrntU-ntinrj. gg?l I.tand Hostal, fron? AJfBS? VV ork Ii<m.?.11?3| Honte.. ? So all Poe Il-tfpItOa.. 51 Colored Iba?. WB Hsiidall'i Niait*.888.Coinred Orphan Asvlaat... 1SS lUidtu't l.itiid Hotpitel.. 'r>*l,?;blidr?nat Narao. It* CityPrlfon. 325.City Co-Mlon*. M Se/ond 1'lari.tPr.tori.... M J ^^' - Thlr* Dirttlct Priton. 11! Total.T.?* Mr. Dntj er ha* been '?uite sick for some dayi past. is Ca? LioiiT.?The S'reet Commiaaioiier has advor li.ed for proposals for supplying th? city with on* rhi.iiracd new lamps to i?e constructed after th* m&iel of tlriet-owin ut?, with th? exception of th* riox which Ii*- ids the gilt??, which is to b? of brau inat?**?d of tin, a? it baa been found that the latter article oor rcVes. These new lamp* ax* designed for new strseiat, und to supply lb? place? of such a? have toee?>m? brokaa or (lamagtrd. There are now 11,17'?.' gas Lamps ia th? streets ami r<(iiares of the city, which are light*?! every Dight-3 110 by the New-York, 8 9H-?. by the Manhat? tan, at d ?:,'?',? id by the Harlem Gas CompaaJes. The Nevv-Yurk ('<rii|inv is p *id $*?*? 78, tbe Manhttran :*','.?, a: d tbe Harlem **'Ji 80 eaco lamp per year. During ?h? year inch lamp mn?t be kept lighted 3 ?t? hours ?nd .0 minutef. Tbe lamps and poeta now is ot* ? ? st on tin average $9 ?ii e_ h. The Nu? Po-tii Em ki.?.pk.? Tli?* n*w wlf-niliiwr, envelope bas leen pemat.ently adopted by the P<o?A (?fliie Department, and will hereafter Ire regalarly sold wiib tl e ordinary strmps, by all the P?*ttiiai*?o?i throughout the country who apply for them. The im pi. \i.d eoiti.'ti has just been issued by the Department, and will soon be in the bauds ef tbe Deputy Poft**nas ters. The inpply for th? Post-Olti?? in this city has been received, and will be ?old at ths ?ame rate? per ?aikajac a? the ..'d. ? Ths I?igh Buido?. Wk.u oiir-lRos Maii?,?Tbli work whl tie proceeded wiih at < nee, Messrs. Samuel Sii?den ?V Co. having signed the i-outract which a few days since they ?.esired to cancel, and Mayor Wood sp l'ii.viiig the contracta of the Crot?n Boanl relative to lbe matter. A large and euthns'.a-tic meeting of the Yorkvill? I.ii ci in and Han lm Club wa* held at llarwoud Hall on Tuesday eve- i g last, at wbkh. a-ldr*???-*-; wer? made l.y the Hon. Jo-kph BoxiX, sir. B"tTIT?_j and U.S. Smith, eeq., and s*vtrsl ?iXieUeut campaign tongs ?tere sang toy Mr. Co?.k. An election wa? also luid for iH'tmi.tiei.t" offictr.?. which reaulttd as foiit??*s: P-e.M-i.t. II?!. J. M H.e.l: Vice President*, P O SlWaiaa, M. I?, ?tup; Re. riilr- *3? c/rtarr. Oeorg-? P Barrett, Corre ?pondlrg Secretary ( h- rlt? !.. rroit, Treat-irrr. John Torse?. KvE'lTIVB ?..BBITTBE? Hou. A. WaXen.aa, riso, Jiatts Uar a.-'.l. lion. M il.i.,iu Pease, 11.":. Mud.m Ituateil, A. L. Hkixt Biau, N. T. HI, k?. ?'. B Colvor, (;*..rge J. :?regor?, H. J. Ar~ atr,.iir. 1 homat t. D?-?, Jiniei Miller. W'Illitm Cliatoo, P. B. Cook. I ?AH??. To the r.iilot of Th* K. I, Tribune. Sir r < ?heerving an account in yonr Issue of vT-sdae? ?*r, a ?omptaiut hating been made againft me for SEtortiog ii.?rirv f'on. a partv izainst whoui J'.dz* Qua.-kenb.ith ta.es?! ? vaivT?- , ?'..? ?v-.ui. *nS i..,H?7 I hav. ?o >?v that ths all?os? ti?n? of Mr. State?, or. whi. h (lie complaint waa made, are aa tru? ii. ev.iy . i-rmlai paArtliriilar. The party waa not ooevtoto* upon a.v tiftlu.ouy at ths Seatloot. Th* attori.ry in the rate letved the papen opon ma hitotal/, and itited at the aarae time, that the atfair waa teeret ta jret, and If I ? 1 i.i-e. I could ?ettl* it with him then and there for a ret-. ? .i le ?um. Knowiiif It tobe a a ?me to . itorl moaey front i. - I r.fii?. d to litten to lilt propo-ition. 1 itiaU. at the propor Un e, ..?.d h th.- proper uioiiiier, iliow up these parii?? in a ?ory un.DviaUe light. JOHN tVEAD. Afar lork, Aug. 9, 1W?. o Cot p D? S"! in..?.lohn Weiss, a (?erman, agsd U Tear?, ?a? p ...trt.d bj tl- l..?t ?ni M ? 1 .??day, while workiog u: taaw oilll in Kirtj f.urth ?tre.-i and ?i.k*eq?.rn?y died frnaa iuelfe.l . Win OUI, a natl.-e of Scotlt-J, aged ?4, reiidlag rt No i-i Wert >'xt> n.tl? ?to et. wa* ..to o-me by the boat so V\ .durtday, wl il, drivi.'igc'.rt. lie went home complaining of 1 '? !e?d. ???o . br.-auie fiii-lnua and died... - W'ilUam SuU? van fiTiMt-i'ij living in Kifth avniue. ueai Nin.tirlb ?rest, dl??l ???trrdij B-ooi tBO aBtlitf ef th* h-at Coroner OKeefe brio* i. on tht aliov* eases OuJ tbr jurirt rerurn??! veidlott la id a.tSal ce ? ill. the la. I?. a Sirrnr Ii a Gn:"i????.?(??wrge? Hupp, s?*ed l!> yeir*. of No. 13 Avenue A, ?? ?? m.-t-d luiciJe oi ?-VtilitanrliT t igl.t by ttXiut pi.i?, n If?- l.-ft t ',? Mac directed to bit brother, it? ?hi.'h h* ?ta-ed tint ?he ei:!y reaion for .-.ldlng hit Ufo wot that he v..? aillici.-d with on incurable ?liaease. He bad long ?onteu.pl it* d ?. !:" dr.iriction, and ?pecioliy d?*i? ntted the ?ata of Autfi.t ?? tl-e d?v on wM. h he ?b mid ?lie Coroner O'Kraio lirlil OS fD<iu*'t on tbe body, ?hen t verdict of luioiJe wot r?u doted. u S' i? nu:.?A ycung i.ian named George Kapert, .-..?dig At No. 11 Avenue A cou.untrej ?ulcldc on Wedaettlav : id t t>y taking u arge .'lai.tity ot laaduinn Tbe detroate.i ha* b*eu sick t. r i?ii)e tiini paat. and labored under the iap?re?*l<ia that he would ..eier ? t well. Ti??? Coronet wat notitu? ( HAKi.iii wiih SiKAtiNo a Pair or IIobxe?.? ALrah.n. R. W'Ut. a young man. ?a? .rrr.ted on Wedootday n;orii!i,g by OfPrer (foLg': of the Twentieth ?V'?rd. charged with ?t? n'iii? a ,'tir of b?r?ri ai.d t wagon from Owen M .'(/overo ol 1??. okivn. 'ihi priaoter bad the horte? le lili pratflnn artatS Hi.-u-il. Jii-ucr Ccuiiv.l? cciiiiiiuttt i tbe accustid for aiaiiiina tioii. -a) (JHiHf.ni vi it n Pnnjv'BT.?.lames Moor* of No. fVBflWSn watoii W..I ratty irrr?t.J on a warrant i?urd by Ju.tice Kelly, cliariod with penury. W'm. McKlaloy of Brook ;<- liege? tliEt In tBe tult ot ?ioor* agt McKlnl*r. bolWe too ??Lp.'1-ior Cot.it th.- fi'tied wat guilty o: wllifuf tnd corruipt pt-ijiiiy on ?pollita iiuttrioi to tae BHBS. Moore wot held ia ?l.wo hail to ai.?wer. o A Dksiiratk Ii.i-hma.n ?A ynug man named \N ui H'-anej while iutt xicaUd. M V\ r,iue?d iv night, made atv or?'. ?ttrBi|?t? to aaaault peaceable cilixena in VV'aat Broadway ? ith a ?luug.bot He m.hed traiiUcally into two or three dlS?* rut ?torr?. t?o iri?li!og lit? weapon Liriouily tboat. and catinpol lin" the clera? aid other? to tike rlttght II? wat eveutuall? cao tir.d'ny UfJiitr Mul.tr of tlur Kit th Word, and Jiistlco Kelly h. Id llm lu f 5?00to?u??er AiTiMPTm Si'innr.? (Jiorge BowmAn of No. B J cx -<ai. rUttn w?? ?dniitted to the New York llotpitol, ?afe?a?| f,,,|., a ?11 ii.ilicted wound IB the ?t'.ii.a.h Tir?dofllf? hsht? ?tal ird liiin?.-'.'' with ? ilorp pointed kajf- but lid aot Mmtt ii.ji.ri,-? U it ?re conitdered fatal. *> I Advertisement. I Gl'HMtY't? GAI.I.I-RY. No. 7*7 Bioa.lway PaOTtxlBAPHa, IvOaTTTPM. M.MATiKEs is Oil, and Dauibbbb???? i \ mwMMmMMM I _ __ _. Tl.r.RY, embraoiag ? -fi? ?Bn?ty of i oi.d Poi-Art KrvrvB? of ths moot ran? aatl i. uiocy of a hlrh i~??* ?>^?r ??? ??J? ** | AJvertli'-n.ent Ehward IT. Dixon, M. D., Biitor of TH? Sr.'p?!, ?id Operating and ContulUug 8urw<*? No 4] Xh-a?. Office contaltAtions on th? more obscuro dB??? of too pslvia ?1?. era. Kaptnr?, Pit.??, Yaritooce'.e. and IfBiula, radl-asllroiiro? without tfao kn.fe or ligaturo. O Bao? botta ft?*? 8 to t, 1 to 8, au* "DJ evaulugf. ? | Ad?i'rtt?e-n*nJ 1 Fabcv Ccti.i Sp.'lt.-l'.ei,'? l'eu beaut'J'ui pattsrni, many e. , pouel Kot tal? by J. v ?. Sa? - c?a?. 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