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LEX TALIONIS. Public Execution of Frederick Lawrence. He is Hung fbr the Murder of His Mistress. Full Account of I lie Terrible Crime. Five Thousand People Assemble to Witness the Death Struggles. Touching Neenes in the J .til During His Lust Moments. The Cundrmsni Meets llis Fate Manfully nnd Makes Confession of the Crime. ASAU.il* M. at vaatajaw *. a. Kahtom, Talbot County, MM., July 14, 1871. An nil nlght'H rule down tlie Chesopcake llav from Baltimore brought. 113 here tUis morning Just as the stiuiiowB of the night were bc.r.g luted (rom the fare of mnther earth. A drizzling rain greeted uh ah we 8tc]>|>ed from the boat, and was with us during our ildu ol about two miles ud to the village and, Indeed, coutluued at intervals nearly all day. Huston Is a very pretty und thriving place or about three thousand Inhabitants, and presents in a remarkable degree, ! for an ohl Southern town, the evidences of ihnlt and enterprise. The buildings all look fresh ml pew, and some beautiful residences adorn the priut lpal streets. Large and well regulated stores, good hoti Is, and all the appliances that arc necessary to make a favorable impression upon the transient visitor aie here. It is me residence of x-Uovernoi I'hillp H. Thomas and Hon. s. Ilamblcton, proem member 111 Congress Jrom the Fdat district of Maryland. It Is surroundod l>y a beautiful, level, prnirio-llko region ot eountrv, rich in agricultural products of all hinds, wlnle from the salt waters that approach ocariy ivery farm In the county are taken the choicest delicacies that inhabit the sea, in the shape 01 oysters, crabs, terrapins, Ac. If has been thirtylour years since Talbot countv lias had a sensation itch us is upon her to-day, and Hasten, its county wai, louud pouring into Her streets >n maa.n-- tlio rank aiui file of her nrovinelal residents. To i o sure, i no annual coming of ihc circus brought uianv of i hem, luit there Is only one thing of oil the various exhibitions known to mankind that seems to have tnc now or to attract the multitude, and that Is the public execution of fouio poor mortal that has been condemned to death. Ii Is strange that Intelligent, thinking people oh well as the ignorant and depraved can find it in their hearts to Ftaud with gaping curiosity an t witness Uie horrible death ol a fellow being upon the Callows w.th the same relish and feelings ofgraliilcaiion that they would look upon the feats of an acrobat or the drolleries of a clown. Put U is no, as the history oi such scenes as wc are ulioui to chronicle dcmnnsirHtc?. To-day l>o<i been set by tlie Executive or ibe state n Uie date upon which Frederick Lawrence snould yield up h.s life upon the scaiPd-l (or Hie mt'riiril or his u1sthkss, on the incrnmg of the 2d day of October, lfi'o. me urcumeinnces connected with the murder are as follows. Lawrence bad lived with the woman lie killed for everal years as his wito, by whom ho had two children, bet they were ucver married. Some Uute since ho became Joaious of her and she leit him. lie olieu eutrcaicd her lo return to linn, but abc persistently rel used, lie Unaily declared that if she did not live with hint eiir siiortD not live wllti any ouo, and tlio nttrnt before lie commu ted the inuribi be told another negro that he wool i be in tad the next day, as lio was going to kill "his wife " True to his word t lie noxt morning (Sunday) He visited the kitchen ot Mr. F. 0. Wright, a prominent citizen ol the place, wnovo she was employed, at an early hour, lie found her engaged m cooktug Wreakrast for Mr. Wright's family, and he struck her two blows with an axe. killing her almost instantly. No ?no was about, ami so timet hud he been A HOLT HIS DKBI> Of BLOOD that not even those 111 the next room knew of tho lerrlbic deed until awakened by ilie screams of a luilo girl who had come down stain; and found her mother dead. Lawrence immediately left Hi" house by the back way, out was seen to go out by tho Utile child that found the lifeless body, and who was looking oul an up stairs window as he passed out. Although no positive prool could b:brought against hlin In connection with tnc murder, Lawrence was arrested and sent to Jail to awau the acucu of the Uracil Jury. Thai bone found A tki'k dim. op ind'ctmen't rrainHi linn ui iin: i>uM-iiioei 111 in <u < u it, itm. but itiH emu-cl, Mr. i. L. Martin, nsked a change or wcnuc i'j Caiolmv. the tuiyoimnu county, whlcii was granted, ami at tlie April term. 1871, nt that Court, the case i?n? trleit ami ho was convicted ol murder iu the tlrsl desire ami SBNTKNIKII TO FK HPN::, and was sent nacit to Lnstou tor execution. Up to tine tune he had denied, even 10 his counsel, any knowledge ol Lite murder; but utter ills conviction he made a confession which no one conversant with the tacts t>o!l?vcJ. He said tnai he went to split route kludluig woud for her, wiicn the axe slipped ami killed Iter. From turn time until May 2r, Jhfl, Lawrence tol? several different stories about the nffuir, none ot which are believed to he correct. On Hint date lie \v;i* brought fro.n lus cell to the reception room oi in jttll, wuere, In the nrcscoco 11 quite a number ot pcrsou*, .Sheriff Dennett ItF.All 1IIM Tiir I?KATI1 WAURANT, sentencing him to be hung on July 14, ltt;i. lie did not evince tne icaM enio.ion during the reading of i!:o warrant and : einalned nji.rfco.ilm and composed tiian any or tin -e present. After Hie leaning a prayer was otTcrel up by Dev. Dr. Lweil, of me Methodist Episcopal church, and Lawrence was llicn removed to his cell to await the day of Ins execution. lie was tIsitod hy members of the diiferent onur.h'3, nntil the day or his death, and every facility afforded him for making Uis peace witn his Maker, lie was very profuse in hu exiircs-ions n.' gratitude f- r the kindness shown linn by hhenu Dennett and assistants during ins litne in 1*11. After Lawrence had been taken to his ceil arter Hie reading of ilie cicaiu warrant iiv wh-? visitou i>? oeveral gentlemen, among whom vrere Mr. Gibson. Bute Attorney, who to id him Unit he ha.I neitor tell Hie whole truth In relation to the. uffair, as there was now no liopo lor Hun. bawrenje evinced great emotion, and, upon becoming oinpmeU, confessed thai, lie ill'i kill his wife heretofore described, but dis tared that Bob Stanton, a negro living In the Idueo, was toe cause of THE KIT OK JBAI/IVSY which leu to ihe commission of the rvimc. He said he did not speak inn trutli in Denton, where ho was u ted, because he wan surround d by strangers, fie had paid t'' per month board for Ills wife. Don Btauton caused a dtnerea e between them, and lie loin Ihnelinc they innsi separate, and she went to hvo with Mr. I rank Wright. It tvaa through Lieu Htanton he Killed her, and lie thanked God Dint lie had done so. 11 lie bud gut up with llob that morning I1K wol'tp have kii.i,ell uim, too. lie told Iniii lie lut< tided to kill him, and he wished |l hid been liiin ln-i"ad oflicr. He had nothing on iiisinunl to ii"libit' ii' 111 now except Ins child. He ban worked in liu.'eu Auue, Kent and Talbot counties, htid no man cotti l say n word against hnn. lie Inid worked fwr rroinus J. Clark a long tunc, and l<c would s.iy ho was a good hand, lie bad not a sear on his "buck, In sat 1, ulilimigli lie had Imd three masters. He liad endeavored to be A l atrtlFI'l. KKtlVANT THKOUUII 1.1 I K. lie thanked God that the 14th day of Julv would oon be here. H would tiiou ull be over, lion Stantun protended to iIiiiik a ;,rcat ileal of him, but wa? all the tone tryme m takonway iuu wile, litis luul been going on lor throe v ars. lie broke np housekeeping because lion kepi coining there. Two 01 three butuiMay nights beiore tno murder lie saw Hot Blunti>n in Mr. Wright's Kitchen, with Ihneliuc. Ht ask id hta who why she did an. Mho said she ?.v lieitjiiuUed by Koberf. Llo cxprossed ins surprise t( her. Dcoausc Ho'> wa-^ t.he husband of Her aunt, lb Mid rtlK MOHMMi UK KII.I.KD tlFll he stopped at Mrs. Wright's on ins way for ltli clothes and n<v lioh through the window In crlin Inul lutcrcouise wi;h KimTlue; he could not gel u or ho would have Killed lu.n on the spot; he vhei went, nrd got Ins clothes. As no approached Mr wrigin'a (,ii his return Uob slipped mil llio alley, po Mioueh Dr. Adkin's lot and went Inwards Mr loweil'x. Ho preicuded lo go ami see t'linrle ' hJ. Tl. " * (bawrcn. i ) tuen went hi and oharget *'ln 'he mt. she was greasiin ill? !!10 ,lu' bu nd in i<> bus when lie hiimci or. Ue alruck her ou the tilde o| tije Ire* i Willi tgi NEW Y( mde of (tie axe. Be only struck her one oiow. wncn be struck ber she said, "0 FRED, YOU'VE RUINED MB I" The children were up stairs at the time. He lound the axe in the house, if Boh Stanton bad been there he would have killed blue instead of ber. He was tne cause of it. He went heck to Mr. Wright's with the intention to kill Boh if he round hiin there. THE VICTIM of the jealousy of Lawrence was a most estimable mulatto woman, who bore a remarkably noon character. She was small In siainrc and rather tine-looking, and was universaIIr beloved in the community by nil classes. The reeling against tiiui by those of tils own color was very bitter. The confession above recited wus declared to be correct by Lawrence last evening, and is probably tne true version of the killing. At a very early hour to-day long tines o( carnages began filing into town containing residents of tills and adjoining counties, both white and colored, whose curiosity had drawn thein hero to witness the terrible scenes that were about to transpire, and a) ten o'clock A. M. the streets literally swarmed wiin people. Among the citizens that were pus-slug and repassing ail Lite morning were 11A DDI I.V DRKSSRU SOLDIERS of the Maryland National Guard, wno were to bo used in preserving order. Within tills erowd were also a large number or men wno wore badges that designated them as deputy sheriffs, showing that every jrecant ion una been taken to preserve the peace. In addition to all this array of peace conservators tue barrooms were all closed and no llq ior conld be procured In the town, which undoubtedly had a great denl to do with the n?iac?,ibis ant orderly manner In wnlcii the whole tl'.r w * eraser!. At about tune o'clock A.M., vtiit# sp we* busy bustle without, we were, by t&o .rr.i.v,.? cf lit. Jerome It. Bennett, the Hheritf of Talbot county, allowed to vlsU tne jail and witness the so.emu and KIN A I, PRE!'A RATIONS FOR DEATH that were then going on within. As we approached the edifice Hi;H is sot apart to hold the lawless of 'Jalhot, we were forced to smile as wo contrasted the homely, antiquated appearance o: the structure be ore us, with tue tuoderu prison of our metropoiitM Cities and to wonder how Img within Us bonds would Hta.v the felons taut nil Uicin. A little two story brick building It is, about lorty by fifty, furnished within and without with a coat of Wiiltownsh, that answers for pauiL 11 ha- siooJ the storms of many years, having been erected just alter the Revolution, and 19 still ample, we are informed, for all Hie needs of the county ior criminal!. Ascending a porch we were ill si ushered Into that portion occupied by the .'I .... .. .Iimlnn,, thr/.ilf.h I It fit llllO II hall. flMIIl wlucli \vc could hear tho doomed man in fervent prayer 111 his dungeon below. Those must have been AW1TI, HOMBNT8 TO III*. lie was alone, anil for the Inst time on earth, while chains -that. cankering iron?bound him to Its wails of Ins cell, ho was praying for the repose J of a spirit that would soon leave its mortal home for its unknown night lino ct rntty. Alter ne had closed his supp iu iiions ilie Sheriff raised the trapdoor?the entrance TO THE nUNOEON? and following him down a short pair of stairs we stood in the presence or tho doomed man. fritting oil a nolo cnuir, he whs wiping off the ureal drops of pirsnlraiion with a towel ihat came coursing down ills face like ran. | Ne r him sat a water bucket, and just back 01 where , a vmio r.niic.ii. that iia 1 eiven renose to Iiis oody tor the J.ist time. la the wall vrcio huso iron links, to which wns attached a chain about six ire. long that connected with another clun taut riic.rriecl each ankle. Upon the bed lay a now liucn coat that he was to wear in lna lust moments. All around the wall the rude hewn stoue was visible, touched tip with a coat of whitewash. A single small window near the lop or the ground fi AVE ITS nut 110 UT to aid us In the survey of tuts pri on house, comfortable, though terribly rude uiutiof harsh exterior i au<l surroundings. Tats cell has successfully n"!d m. vernl men litai have euded their lives upon the I gallows. Upon our entry lie looked up, ami In Ins pore on we hernia a dark ollve-oolotcJ negro, about I medium height, in personal appearsuce ijutie good looking for one of tils color, wttn close curling huir I and a goodly supply of suaight clnn whiskers. lu | answer to inquiries as to how tie felt lie replied, "I feel good. 1 nin pcneciiy prepared ro uio." i Hot much uiure was said, as lie teemed to evltioe ! considerable emotion, and the gentlemen left after ] bidding Inni goodby. HIS I.ITTIjB 80N bad crept np to the window of Ills cell just before onr visit, and, wccplirr bl'.tcrly, begged his faflier to i let him in, which se-incU toexe.ie tilin greatly and he evinced great emotion, 80 plteonsly did the child 1 plead that uio authorities were obliged to lako It away. Yesterday lie inudo a will, leaving to Ills two I ' children sonic real property lie Had cavod as the , fruits ot his labor, lor It" always bore the reputation I or itemga hard-working, honest nine, hat possessed oj violent passions, and seems even in mis 1118 AW'KVI. ricniL, I to have the sympathy of a great number of this people, among whom he has always lived. Indeed, a a petition, largely signed by the best citizens ol this county, was gotten up asking Governor Bowie to fuilltliui1-' 1110 nilllCUl i; IU nujri |nuiiMi<,iif IUI k|iV| uub Kxeculivo clemency was not extended la his beiulf. 018 last night on earth was one of restless activity. Be spent a great portion of the day yesterday In singing Hymns and praying. About ten o'clock 1*. M. wearied nature demanded repose, and nc sank upon ins couch and fell asleep. But it was not Ills happy privilege to have obliterated from his memory by the southing lutluencei of sleep tbc recollection of TUK TERRIBLE, CKIlTAlX MO* that awaited him for a great length of rime, and at me o'clock A. M. ho awoke the lumntes of the jail with Ills earnest supplications for the divine blessing in this hour of Ids sore distress. All night long dl.l ne keep up his prayers, interindcd with sacred song?. Many were the hearts that were deeply moved during ihe solemn silliness of tnat awful night while listening to the supplications of that pour, wretched mail. So earnest were his prayers that all the residents In the vicinity ol the Jail were i awakened by the sound of Ills voice, and loreed to listen to Ms appeals for divine grace to support ' him lu nis last hours iton Etitrn. Breakfast was served to htm about seven o'clock A. M., or which he partook very sparingly, and immediately atter resumed his devotion with his spiritual advisor, itcv. Wesley J. Barker. colored, of tlw Methodist Church, and cent timed them constantly either alone or with tne ministers that nttcudcd Mm up to to the hour of Ills death. About ion o'clock A. m. several physicians visited him aud i pronounced his nervous system quiet. | At eleven o'clock the (Sheriff descended to the cell and negau the solemn duty of preparing TUB CONDEMNED MAN Iljr HIS Ul'IIUI. I1C IIUUUII HIS IlilUUI BCIUIUJ VtailKI huu and threw over Ills shoulders a black cape, which enveloped his body to the knees. A white cap was then placed upon his head, deep enough to auinit of its Lent,? drawn over his face wnea I * TilK I ATAL Nt>OsE should tie adjusted. A prajer was then offered; ami at ten ininu.es past eleven o'clock the irons tell from his tect ami lie hegan his tnarili to ttie irrave. Aronud the jail had gathered a great crowd of i cople, coffer to catch a trllmpse of the prisoner, and a detachutent of soldiers was rebutted to keep them hack from the wagon in whim was tlic colli n of the condemned. Lawrcneo without emotion took his Hc.it hv the driver ol the wagon, wnuo the rain fell in torrents, and t o elements seemed to Irown upon TUB TRUKIltLK 8CKNKS that were being enacted. The spiritual adviser of l.a-vrcnco got up heltind liitn lu the wagon, and the no:emu procession tuoved toward THE ROAFFOtP, that was erected lu an open Held upon the west side of the town. As soon as the w.igon hegau to move TIIK miSQKEIl UU1N HINUIKO? Furc you welll Fare you welll May the Lorii Almighty lilcss you all 1'in II we uip.ct again. Fare yon wetII Far* you wel ! When wo nu el nualn we'll a'.! meet III heaven 1 We'll all tn 't-l Inhieavon to port no more. Kara you well I Fare yon well I ami continue! until the fnt.nl spot was readied. I Around tne engine of death had gathered at least Ave thou and people of boili sexes and or ullage* Ami conditions?tho old. the young, the rich nnd poor were ad there mtugled in one common herd to witness this DEAltl SCENE. Two companies of the noted Fifth regiment, MnryI.tikI National Guard, had tiecti detailed, and formed a imiiow aqnare around toe scaffold. rpon reach* mg the enclosure tne doomed man alighted, and with a ilrm and steady step, at sixteen minute* past eleven, hogrri tne awful ascent to the giddy height from wnieli HE WOUt.n NEVER PKSOEN'n ATIVE. A chair was provided and he sat down while (he minister offered up n fervent nnd most appropriate prayer. The siicrilT then directed the condemned man to stand up snd asked htm ir lie had anything to say. r.nwreuce stood erect, nti.l. In a Orm voice, said:? 'Everybody lake winning by this and DON'T Kll.l. ANY ItOb* "My brethren ami sisters farewell! farewell ! fare* weil '' The fatal loop was then adjusted and tne white ci'p diawn over the face nt iwcuty-two minutes pa", eleven. A* tho Sheriff stepped buck tho doomed man grasped the hand of the minister wno had atto.Tlo.l mm end exclaimed in a loud voice, I want to -h.ike hand* with my minister, for I tove Mm, mid I got no hard feelings toward anybody. I i I. rgivc every ho ty. I hope they will AM. MKKT ME IN III'. WEN." The mini tci then stepped on tho drop nnd the props wue taken fro.n under tho doomed man, ex| claluuug 'Mod have mercy upon mo : Lord lorgivo i tne !"' Ac., until, at twenty-four mluutos past eleven o'clock, the Sheriff out ilib rope, THE PROP t'Kl.T. I snd the body of Frederick I.awreuce was dangling Mm ween heaven aud c.wth and hi* spirit had gone i to its Inst account. For full four minute* tne anlI mm li e struggled lor an existence, and tho working of the feet und baud* serine I to Indicate ihut hi* dentil was a hud ouo, but hi* Mil oi throe feet eight i inches > llKOh'h 1(1* neck, i nn l his death was probably comparatively an ca-iy , one. Allot tho liittscles ceased to work thohoilv was lowered ui 11 Ms, ami ltr. J. II. Anderson, Dr. J. F. M. i ham ?erlalti. Dr. J. I,. Adklns, Dr. J. M. II. Ilateruen and Dr. Nathaniel Conyges began an ex< * animation of the oorty. The pulse beat fourteen to . the minute twelve uiiuutcs alter tho drop foil, and i uicu ceased altogether. The body was cut down al , IMS, having been hanging twenty-live minutes, and the doctors made the lltial examination, t DECf.AtttNO MFK EXTINCT, and at precisely twelve o'clock the body was placed h in n coiiitiion inoecoMn ami driven awav to t no rot I tor .* Held for burial. The immense crowd tn.st had r gathered to wituess the death struggles ol Frederic* i Lawrence slowiy dispcrged, and iho leriible scene* i of the day wyro over. )RK HERALD, SUNDAY, OUR SUMMER RESORTS, inium OF umiii. A Concert of Fine Volcee Within lloor* and ? f the Element* On (Hide?One oi the "Noctee Ainbroaiann" in Theee ftXille. Tuompson's Atlantic Pavilion, 1 Naybsink hiotilands, July 12, 18 n. j In the paooeo of the teraneot, With the roaring of the oea, Those gentle a'.raiiM of music Were strangely sweet to me. Coming down last evening from the fearful excitements and apprehensions of the city to the welcome peace and security of tncHO beautiful hills of Jersey we were invited to take a look at the decorations of the ballroom for the concert which was to begin at eight o'clock. We found the room provided with a platform at the north end, occupied by two grand pianos, and ta9tefullv embellished with festoons and wreaths of evergreens and flowers, and pretty wreaths disposed around the araa id lamps with which tho hall Is lighted from the sidewalks and tho celling. "Hut what, Is all this lor"' wo inquired. "It Is for a concert for the purpose of assisting in meeting a debt ol the Episcopal All S imtB' Memorial church, which forms such a pretty ornament to the woods throe utiles uack here in these hills, and the concert Is an experiment on the part of Mr. Milner and oilier public spirited citizens ol the ncighborlioo 1 in ooiubluing business and pleasure; and (he musicians are mostly prorcnHiouai artists, ami uie young ncopic i have gone li unity into the ei.l -rprme, us you see." "Jt.iU night ior11 in tltl.s pHUe s storm." "Oil, no! tve nave Kohl tlcKct9 enough to make I the concert a success, and the little r?ver steamboat I will bo round presently with a good bouse tu nddl- i tioa to the audience secured from these hotels/' And, sure enough, la Hie pouring storm and singIng cheerily, tlio company Irom up tne river tin* I nouuced their coming. lint it was a .ittie aiiei tne appointed hour wticn the concert commenced, and tins is tne programme:? 1*AH r ri RUT. 1. Qnartrt, Pianoforte, T*nuli?\iRer Wa?ntr 2. So'.o, "jdaria di Kohitu" Dou.zclti H. ijitancl, tlnlr Voloet Aht 4. Solo, Soprano, "ItUo faro #eutA EiuiJxo" O.ueli 5. Solo, Ka?HO. "Quoniaru," M .sno:' KoshIuI #. Duel, l'Uuofone, "xlon Qlorannl" Miuart J'AUT t-roONTH ). Polo, Tenor, "Houvon hath uhed a tear" Kuckea 2. Quartet, Male voice# 0. Trio, "AitilW Verdi 4. Solo, "'.Marino Kallero" llonlr.rttl 6. Quartet, Piuiolortes, "(i.nxa Laura" (ton.ni The in od t fit.y of the pei form era, vocal aiul iustrunietiiai, being eqml to their merits, they earnestly requested the exclusion of their nanus from the papers, and so we are excluded Irom Hie usual specitleations. The slugers, however, were, as we havo said, mostly regular artists, and the concei t was exceli ni, and only tne utoreenjo/abie from tac roaring stormau.l sua outside. There were irequeut encores, lroui which we had such pre ty sentimental pieces as "Whoa livening Twilight darners Hound," }'l?oarost Maiden, Win Tnou nance With Me." "KocKed lu the cradle or Hie Deep." "fewcet and I.ow Wind of luc We-neru t>ea," "Weep Not lor Me, nut Smile Once More," Ac. lu sliori, In every respect the concert was a suceesi, and it was partiou- I lurly dcligiulul Iroin tue large proportion of hand some wouieu present. we hopo tnar tue principal and lus oola'iorers in this gratifying experiment will try It again; Tor ir the debt of idea* pretty little cliurcii is not cancelled by tins concert It will surely be by another on sonic moon it night. It was past midnight wlien our welcome visitors froin over these lulls went up trie river, stuging to the resounding bass voices 01 the storin and tno "wild sea wave*." An, jes l at Una summer retreat, arnl in all tno coscy retreats huioiik these on arm lug forest bills, we nave more solid enjoyments and recreations thau illey nave at "Hie Uraucn,'' wuere the lollies and lluiuiacries cf fashion rule the hour. The Long BrtqtOd sauhon nallway and tue Hed | Bank steamer Bon ulrd nro steadily lining up all HICSC UlglllUlKI 3UIIIU1CI i1uuw9 aii'l mu iiuivi.-. Meantime our young pcopl there a.c having "splendkl luu" in their crabbing expeditions up the river, | some in boats and some onshore, and thy say mat r.ic crop or sou crabs this .season is very large, and tlie.v prove It, too, oy the supplies tvlucn they tiring home for stijtpcr. And the Reason of picnics in the woods Is at hand, and oue of theso merry oldfasntoned Jersey picnics with a company of three 01* four hundred persons matching >t;i 1ntotl1e.se hills, with their amply furnished baskets, and hen led by a band ol music, is a ret resiling-spectacle eve 1 to an old fogy. And how Hie happy country maidens and gailauts make the green woods ring with their merry voices J Half a mile below us wo have the summer encampment of the Jacksoa Club in their spacious cedar grove, and with their superior clam chowder; and a mile ubovo m. around tue corner ot the mountains on the water's cd:;c, and nestling in tic umbrageous woods, we have the summer caravanserai of the veterans ot tbo Neptune Club, old sailors, regular old Jack tars, for every man of thorn has made his voyage round the world or part ol the way. Or course, these highlands are the locality for meu In town who desire to devote Cie day to business and to enjoy at night the lrcsh air of the country from the blue sea and the green lulls. ATLANTIC CITY. How to (Jet There?Hiding. Driving. Booting . ." II? -ri... I.|u],t_ 4 Ynohr. Ill Rrcatta Betas Or|anlz?il. ati.antic City, N. j., July 12, 1S71. A hot, dusty ride from Philadelphia lu the fast express over the Camden and Atlantic Railroad tills afternoon, a rtc olate looking country all tnc way down, consisting only of dwarf pine trees and sand, with an occasional Tillage thrown In by way of vanoty, seemed to mo the very embodiment ol shadow laud, wherein the weary soul, for sins committed on earth, was forced to Journey through the term of his purgatorial career. The dl dance?sixty miles?Is made In one hour and tnree-ijnarters, which may tie considered the only redeeming leulure of the trip. In due time the salt, marsh was reached and the passengers breathed somewhat eas.cr as the dust by degrees left them, and the oolitic sea breezes faunod their heated, dnst-covcrcd brows. The tram runs i lie wholo length of the town, and at the extreme limit thereof such as desire to alight at the hotels nearest the sea, the brahC3 arc let off and back we go from one hotel to another until the whole tram Is uutoaded. Amid a rush of room-seekers 1 stood, and having registered awaited the movements of a superannuate 1 old cierk. A lady walked up to the otllec and made some Inquiries, the old fellow searched and searched the house plan or rooms, returned wiih hi* answer, which, of course, was not satisfactory, was then directed to look again, and there he paraded, back cud forth, to anil fro, for twenty I nn.l IIIIUMIC-, WIII1V IKIIIII ?..vu anil iniivinimni. bachelors awaited his pleasure. In course of linio tie deigned to take cognizance of tliclr want* ami they were aligned rooms. Under the guidance of an Intelligent African I found my way to ttie fourth floor and into a dingy, sunstruck room, of anythirg lint an inviting appearance; a dirty, stained matting covered Hie door: a yellow stand, hearing a tallow dip and a Now Testament, In one corner, and a "ben lor bachelors" In another. On annealing to ilic intelligent contraband for a row-on for such (jucer looking accommodations lie l op lied: 'Sail, yon forgot to bring your wife wid you, sail." I was at once more than ever impressed with the Intelligence of mv African friend, and In fntnre t hall follow his udvlce. 1 advise all bachelors lo bring their wives wnh them when vim'lug this place. It is Uie only thing that will secure them a decent room. ATT.ANTIO CITY in some respects presents attractions that other places do not. Many wide avenues, extending in different directions, afford the very finest driving, and it o.ily remains for the citizens to plant shade I roes along the sides lo render these drives in Course of time almost une mulled. Hunting an d fishing arc f.ivorlto amus micnis. The Inlet just north o't he city is at all nines the scene of improvised aquatic codtcsis, some of which are. very creditable to the little white winged crait that abound in numbers in tnc Twiakf. bi.tefmi. wf.AgfTSH, OVSTF.nfl, (11. A MS and nnnv other delicacies from the deep are daily served at tbo hotels and cottages, and lrom the great (]iiautitics oi fish cotismuod I am led to benovo itie pleaaure-Mmkci'.s hero tome lor their uietital as wo.l as for tlic.r physical well being. Tlin Inlet House Is one of the favorite resorts of fishing paries, ami daily t .c. acoues in thai locainy are or a very enlivening description. Kven the ladies take an Interest in tills sport; tncy scmn to enter Into it with alt the zest oi ilicir male n.lmin is, and it frequently happens tliut some swot Miss is more fortunate in her cudcnvor* in this lmc than the sterner sex who accompany her. Some gills have Mich a taking way about tlicm. I'MIC lMTIIlNti Is inferior: ('ape May is every way the superior of Atlantic City in this respect. It has been iouii i n ces?ary to erect safety apparatus at different penis, hut even men aoot,tents happen, borne two years since no loss than seven people were drowned a' this place. No deaths have occurred lrom lids cans mis summer, I believe. The hotels are tlo.ng a fair huslnes*. allUougli the sen on Is ns yet imt at Its iicigtir, With regard to hotel accommodation* capo .Mav is also ahead of tl is place. This m > bo owing to the fact iliat the cottage svstcni is inuoi ui vogue here, and I ho guests at Uie hotels are mostly i transient. I Tlir points ok intkhkst ; about hero are very tew. Hie Abaccom Light, a largo brick to*or, bearing at its lop the light tout has so often guided the woatnerworn mariner, and which, as l heard a Jersey woman explain to a I wondering audience of old women and children, "burns four barrels oi oil every night, s'Uclp tne I Cod," Is one of tuc oldest land marks of tie place. [ With a desire to see this wonderful oll-e.iit ig lain" i I wont over to the lighthouse, ami, although after visiting houis, 1 wus permitted to go to the lop. Tb< JULY 16, 1871.?TRIPLE 5 view is very fine, and one can there net a good vie* or Atlantic Cltv. It in <?nlic evident from the charncter of the hulldlngB that very few people live hero in winter. Cottages ana hotels are almost ine only buildings one sees, with hero and there a more where bathing milts, seasnell* and sncn like articles of convenience and ornament are dispensed to the pleaHurc-seekcr. The view up and down the roast is like all sea shore views on the Jersey shore?a long stretch of sand cither way, surf, and milling vessels and steamers In the distance. Looking inland are to he seen inlets, salt marshes, and rising ground in the distance. On descending I took oceaslontoask how much oil the lamp consumed nightly, and was somewhat taken aback when the keep, r informed me five quarts was the usual amount, .lust 1*7 gmIons and three quarts less than the wornun told her audience. A B Kf. ATT A. There Is on effort being made to Inaugurate a yachting regatta at this place on July 27. AUantlc City people are jealous of Capo May In this respect, und, although I toy cannot nope to equal Mi.it of July 4, they propose u, get up a race that will bo of Interest to lovers of tho sport and reflect credit upon the pin ilripants. NUtlMW KPRMUtf. A Vnier'.ag Pino Pcct Above Ihe Hew? Tbe bfitgm-in, H tlpltnr und Cbnlybente Sprint's?"he Hotels, ibn Hieiiery nnd tbe Visitors?A tliiil Kuad lot PitMbionuble H'ogou Trains. Hiiakom SriiiNos, N. Y., July 13, 1871. Twelve or fifteen hundred fe't above sea level. In the gorge among the hills where tiharou Springs gergie from the rocks, there seems to be to-day as much aci ial rp.sl nud enjoyment as can he found in ?? ?< . .... .?i i>. ?r o nation tiocnerj of n charming description and vast cvtent, atmosphere gonial in fho extreme, au?l always cool wit hont being chill jr. even In the early morning and a delicious vcrloty of landscape irom too sullen gray iraprock proup co, rite woodo I mil nlc, rich in the soft exuberance of Its foliage, deep dark ravines, with struirghnir s'renmicfs, fret ting their way to the <-ca, r id abroad and magnificent expanse of meadow aud IMstural inutl?all these natural attracuons combine with me peculiar hvglenm properties of tho immixed fountains to make the e springs one of ric most atiracMvc ot summer resorts, or course Sharon Springs is neither more nor less than DOTRL COLONY, brilliant, attractive, populous when Hammer decks the earih; repulsive, deserted, when snow mantles the forest and ridges. There are in all some six or seven comfortable hotels, besides a?out four or five smaller places oi entertainment, and, perhaps, three residences having some pretension to eieirance. It mar be reached by two ways, the most direct l)01ng by the Albany and Kusquehauna Hallroad and Delaware ami Hudson Canal Company's trams from .Albany direct. The other route is via New yurk Central line from Schenectady to Palatine Bridge, about tiro hours' rule, and thence tor stage or private conveyance a distance of nine miles to rue spring". The former is n trille cheaper and quicker. the latter much more attractive as regards scenery, while the ride n in I'scif quite a treat among tne meadows and lulls or Montgomery and Schoharie counties. Of course a citr miss, with a dozen trunks, each the slzo oi a country railway depot, would not take the Utter route, as the roads would he had for a I whole wagon train; lint people who leave some 1 I things at home?'. wti > living one or two re- J i speotable trunk-;?will imi experience mncli dim. l cutty, wheeled tramporlafsoa being cheap sin 1 : abundant. Upon dropping Into ihn villasc ; of PalfUino liridge one almost loe's us if m a foreign tow 1, so old and strangeta tin appearance < f the street and homes; but, as hjou us the ouukirw of ikf viiUge are reached, A PHAltMlNd JANlKICAl'H stretches aw iy o? every hand, tuo entire horizon being hill-bound. Approaching the s.irlu ;s the i scenery becomes ami hot: romantic, urol a gtund hairier of emerald-robed hills rises In tnc immediate foreground. .? little to the felt the ascent i-. more gradual, an.l terraces of vernal meadows use In billowy succc.sion to the hill ton, crowned by the long colonna leu front of Die Pavilion lloiel, the aDpearauce of this estnoliHtMient from the vailey being singularly imposing, and, indeed, beautiful. The road plunges imo a dense growth oi young trees, compn nig maple, oak, butternut and myriads of red aud yellow eunuch, and follows the somewhat tortuous course of a deep and exceedingly picturesque ravine. Through the bottom or this ravine hows a brawling stream, laigely ted by the mineral springs above, mid three fourtos of the distance up the ascent is a very rosp< cuble looking | mill, Willi water power. All III1; Wily ii|i uiu nunc, on tlic right hand the road is flanked by a precipice or friable, slaty rock, in some place" barn ami perilenticular. tn others dolled with young trees ami turf, studded with flowers. At the top tha ravine slopes away more gently to the right ami l**f r i<ii.i a prctly miniature valley is revealed, v. mi the wnitc gables uml red chimneys or cose/ hoiols peeping up through the foliage, To the left, at the c.est of a venlunt doino, wliii lawns and .sh.n o trees on every side, is the Pavilion, and tj the right the handsome rustic resilience of II. .1. liar:#". In the foreground are a nuiuoer of long, low bathing i houses, niUch.sl 10 Hie Sulphur Springs of iv.ngross liali. Abovo tlic roots of these, on u oouiMiul, gardened slope. ri??a a pretty paeon 1-siurEt) sTitrcrrnE, Willi stone loundailon, oriiauicntal rollings cai veil and painted pillars, and a nioemo canopied roof. Tli.s building shelters the famou* Magucsiun Springs and is a tlttlng (cmplcd shrine for the regnant genius ot hea.tti. Directiy m front is tlio main street of the village, flanked on cither side by hotels, among the best being Congress Had, the KlUrtdee House, Sharon House, Viiion llall ami the Pniied States Hotel. A branch read to t lie lett leads ttirongh a bower of trees up to the Pavilion Hotel, ami another to the lefr. to the wuito. blue and re !, Sl'I.PHm Pi RINOS ANtl BATHS. These springs andlmlhs arc the property, I believe, of the proprietor of the Pavilion, un i a chalybeate spring, some distance up tlic village, belongs to I nioii luili. The springs, however, arc all used by the people generally, as at Saratoga, ami as me I hii inimr batns arc clmorcd for at the rate of t'orry cetus per bath they aiTlised ot course only by iho"e who pay and, possibly, a lew "deadhead".' All tho waters are very strongly impregnate l. and everywhere, even down ut the mnl flume, have a miivy tinge. The magnesia am lug Is perhaps the pleasantcstfor ilrlnfclng purpose", and the chalybeate spring ranks uext, but all are well patronized. The sulphur baths are us rally Indulged m from ten o'clock A. M. until noon, tnougn of coarse t here are some persons who take them at almost any hour or tuc day. A circular posted at one < f the springs a- nounces in a sort of roundabout way thai a certain phystclan has been appomUd Medical lnrecior, uinl that, inasmuch as it Is highly ucccssary that persons desiring to avail themselves of (he lull hygienic bencuts ol the springs and baths should bo prole slonnl y informed of inc state of their system, Ac., so as 10 regulate tuelr treatment accordingly, the Medical Director will be available for sad. servlcs for the moderate lee bf $5. A great many persons hero look ui>on the proposition of ti.e director with A SORT or "JAl'NDICFU KVB" and shrug then shoulders. but then, perhaps, they arc s'.tugy people. In any event the circuiai noed not Icter nnyinxly from c >unng here, a" people sr" ut perpeet iibertv to batho without nic Iicji advl< c or csruncate. nwn cao in no doubt, however, that brands would do best to avail rhcuis.Mves ol the worth, as "treatment" might make all the difference in the world to them; and the physician m question, ! 1 understand, Is a tauuitcd chemist, and i" svleniiilI caily conversant wijn all tho properties ol tlie waters an T their cilocts. Tne vo'mae of water at these springs tsnuite large, I and, so lar as l am aware, furnishes a large proportion of tne power lor the mid I have men i >uoh ??f i course by tne time it reachon the mill it l. ispassr ; I through the bnihlng liouafth o? l? the natural uvci (low ol the springs. In tin niajjue*"* spring the ! how is sullicjeut to keep lour largo 1.mucin running. } the water Imlng conducted to them by pipes. ami ; falling into a white in iroio trough. Tiion'e it flows through nudorgiouu l pipe# to the bathing house" at the ion: of the slope, i tie grounds attached to this : spring are tusteiu'ly laid out. and aio approacin I by 1 a handsome brown rustle bridge, (brown uor^s the ! favlue. Af (lie ueao of inn ootuin. on the table land, i* a :itilr< vl'datr* km wn as Hockvi'lo, and a short distance beyond Mil*, annul half a mile, jieraapu, irom ,Sha:..n Springs p- the depot ?>i I iuc Albany nnd Susquehanna mwe. Any una n'l j eludes ol neoplc?ina; J-, tespoi tni c people?may i find we iconic here, and acornm ulaU'ms suited to tlieir ainuty or inclinations to pay therefor. charges varying from il to id m per da.v. \Vrckiy ''oard may ' he hud at reduced ittr? ?t mest.of tlio hotels. Homo | or Hie hotels opened us early .tunc in. and 'tic I t'nitcd Htates completed lis arrangements two or , Ihr.o days since, rii Im ma now til dull least."' ! r ii k ia><'at joy, 1 as many potions know, and ns many donbtles do j no: know, is between fldv on I sixty tiuies utmost: due west of Albany, on tnc southern verge 01 the | Mohuwk valley, lit fact the ride ol nine tulles irom I Palatine undue Is a ride across tlio v.ulcv Jroni tne I banks <>l the Mohawk. An Irregular ratiRc ol minutI tains runs along the southern aide, tne hilis or. which , tnv springs a;c situated being one ?r thancraof this runje, and therange t'scif being the uorihcnv branch*-* or spurs of the eat .kills. On tlio north, m the distance, is the pretty blue out lino ol the Adilonducks, not more, apparently, titan twenty.five | mi'cs away, an t bctn r?n these walls 'Its the li .rrnl Mohawk vnliey. The view irom the piazza ol tin da! vltioii takes in a lull scope ol this lovely land-cujc, I and there are prooa' l.r m?v such lovrlv * isras romntanded by any hotels in the rioted rtiate'. n the cailv morning It Is indeed charming, being a i rolling sac ession ot wood and Held, mils and t.ti1-ys, lurm houses and villages, with a long low. I lying strata ot mist, rising like smoke in Ui i uui light from the bosom of The river. Through this mist may be seen hero ami there tne tops ?.f wmied i lulls, having all the appearance of grern island floating in a sea ol snowy clouds. The nn .Ifea rr<'?h od exhilarating, ami the voices ot me teapera n the fields, hundreds of fret down in the ir.< ailows, ) come up with u sioguiai eieaiucs . as ino/ call to SHEET. each other. Saratoga is nat and dismal in point of natural beauty when compared to Sharon. TIIK H KASON promises to he a good one and tho hotels have already a lair share or patrouago, the Pavilion being almost foil. Among the prominent New Yorkers hero are ox-Mayor Uearge Opd.vkc and wife. Senator K. 1). Morgan and wife, Ueueral A. 8. l)lven, Harry A. Smythe and family, Mr. aud Mrs. 8. H. Chittenden, W. H. Fearing, Mm. C. F. Fearing, Mrs. C. N. Fearing, Bev. Father M. McKenna. L. Colvocoressl and Sheriff M. T. lircuntm's family, sheriff Hrennau himself ih expected here to-day. Tho "hop" season was inaugurated last night, and lo-uight the young ladies and gentlemen display ihoushape and taienta in tableaux. At ITitiou Hall there are registered among others Judge Gross, of the Marine Conn; Can Krlacca, coroner Herrumn, llertnanu Siem and Kuimannel lloilinau anil family, of New York, and Martin Studler. Uarrinou Mack and Isaac Mac!, of ctt.elunatt. CHENEY AND TYNG. Mr. l'yng kiuikV ftV the Print-orum hpl?eopnl Church?fin Hum No Thought of Se? ctilhivi n? Alleged?He > Not in Collnnkou Vl'llli dir. Cheney. Mr. Iliblmrd or Any lirl.ee Minister?'1 lie lloetrinul Ditn.ulry in the Cbureh mill the HMmp of Illinois. The Western papers are generally so bard pi-v.se 1 for something new for their reade. s tb tr, they frctiuently fall bach upon a rehash of souto old New York story. One of them reached I lie ilnut.o office yesicrd ty, laden with an old rumor about llov. Mtcpi: t! 11. Tyng, Jr., of thin city, who, it declared, had announced his initiation to abandon the Uolseopal Church, i\ fa money, and set up it new l'rote.Mant episcopal Church >11 all us purity, a mphclly, Ac." The exchange also intimated that Messrs. Tyng aud Cheney expected to be made bishops under the "new departure" or RpJscopaoy; '"it it, found j trouble in deciding how they should tlnd tiilscopal ordiu .lion. The article wuh replete with a mow of rulnehoude and a beer (umseusc, and allowed loo p'.aluty that the writer Knew little about his sunject and lees about the machinery or Protectant Kplsey pacy. A reporter of tiio Huc.ai i> had an interview j witn Mr. '1'yui yesterday In roluiton to it. The 1 result was an assurance tha. the only Important j statement contained in the article was a sheer . fabrication. As Mr. Tynjt rend fho article lie smiled first at the misspelling o.r Ills name and then ! at the ridiculousness of the story arid replied:? My dear sir, 1 have becu born and educated In ttie tiplhcopaJ Church and have r.o Idea nor desire to leave li., :.iiu u nit/ wmii iu gui ii"' out i>ic> iiMi-o KKk me out. Besides, I liavo TIIO MUCH HEAL UAHU WORK on haiui 10 I'otli .r Willi schemes or secession, and there is no sort of understanding between Mr. Cheney Or any other Episcopal minister ami rnv self in these questions. The mistake of the press ami the public is that the; overlook me icuI question winch divides our Church au ! Which is a doctrinal one, and Mi >y select Mr, Cheney and Mr. Jlity- j hard ami myself as scapegoats, Bm me trouhlc is j loo widespread to oe disponed oi In ittiy such iminucr. ' itKi'imrra? How do the <iioccH,> Hand throughout : the United htate on tills ijui stionv la it eonilue^ to this dloct <: and Illinois ami one or two more I Mr. l YNit? \11irltil.L, Kentucky, iunnusaeo. Nevada t and other .southern ami Western dio-.1 *etiuo"Low * biu V ' "<* Olno .in ! Jiunoi- ami some onics ure ; lii(in (.'Huron." Hlsliop WJiHUouhc in one oi trie moot t determined prelates In the Kpiaoopul Otuircli -a mau 1 who cannot maud opposition, nn<i nne rid Ills diocese ! of every minister who lias rosined ins vvJU m. anmiT is im lut riort*. ami lie Uhm oeeii 111 Mr. Cheney's iido.t for two \ ears j or more. Tno Pisiiop in one of those men vrho hnlis . Ill a proceeding just long enough to nee whero n will ! lead Itnn, ami having soon tins im presses on obstinaioiv. Having deposed .m r. Ohmey bo i* now see icing t igui i possession of ilioohurcn f.ropo.ty, and I 1 perceive ny the papers ho has n >il(!cd tlio trustees ; uud vestry Unit lie intends to bold a eoniirinatloii therein. Tins is a snrowd device ami will place the I vestry and trustees in u dilemma; for 11 tnev refuse j to admit Dim it will give him a basin to apply to vlio | courts lor Hie property, and Iftlie.v do receive linn i It will be a recognition of episcopal antlioritv which i w.ll bo goon ground also lor a suit for Hie properly. It will ho interesting to watch the result of tills iUlCbl, iiioveiiiuiii. in iniui'ip. hit '"Outer? mr. Tyusr. how doet tho CJ:uroli epis. copacf atund on viie "lligu" and "Low" Church (|UCMtOU ? Mr. Tvn??Vfe hate twblvb "i.ow <"?li rcit:' bishops, and the re t arc "lltgu Church" men. Rktortbr?That la a irnt disproportion <>t me "HtfiU" an J "Low" episcopacy. Mow <io youaccouut ror it t w. rvs?--Toe w?'it 19 iiiNiiicti' t iu missionary tiishops, elected bv the (;cneriiH'onv<?ni?':u, which body is "High Church" to us proclivities, uod wlioii the Bishops take possession of their diocese* they rule to suit themselves hut tliey could not oppiess I the Presbytery hero, ami there 18 no attempt at auythlng oX the s?rt. 1 itKioBVjvK?lb not Bishop Potter u High Church i many Mr. Tymi-JIp ha"- ITfjftl Church tendencies hut Itlsh ip Potter t:.is beeu to Die ail that a lather tu the Church oagtat > no, and more, except that time when be admonished mo our relations have been j the nion pleasant, ami i eouM not ark .or a iuoio agreeable fluperlor in the Church. liBrnuinii?I heard jou were going to rebuild or to eataige yo.tr church; is that so. Mr. Tyng ? Mr. Iyns-No; we tiro not going to <lo thatex- | ac'.iy; btr. we nave a very variable ntece o. property ! Re c, and if some one shoulff < km atong aod offer ' us a to > 1 pfloe for it we might Mil It, and locate Home where else In t no neighborhood. rndeistaud, ! it is not in the market, and wo have hot offered to red it to any one, but a good offer itiiglw he accepted. IU.COKTRU?l hud thought thut your < hr.rch would he closed oy tb!s time; ! suppose your congregation nnist be verv shin. Mr. Tym;? No', at all, sir. My congregations are u? urge as th< v ordinarily nrc n .\prii or May, although nearly nil my own pcoplo lia.c gone to (lio country. J I'uvc been settled Here eiplit ycui>, and tills I'll i'K.'H HAS h'KVblt 11KKN . J.lis|;|>, anil 1 think is most rldi silons to ciosc our e.nurclica as wo (|o onr school* lit fcuuimer and lake vacation. \\ o h.n? too iitt'.c religious uiHtruoilou aln any wittioui maxmg it i s- by vacation i. KKismri'R?I perceive aico unit y ou occupy your own pulpit. during the aoiuitp Mr. ' vx'i?: do; tint l laae my vacation during Hie week, lly tlic way, llic link am* ??a-1 an editorial aoao time ng>>. you may remember, on i ix] and ryng.' u wi** oMd Mia and /.it oi in 'iiiiiL ;uid in lac. of any 1 nai nave been written 1:1 thw con.roveray. I read u Willi a great | <:eiil or pleasure, it is not often linn wollnii at iicics in the papers written by pcr*ouy wim understand j i ic muctiiiorr of our Ohm on, aim ill inch ignorance limy tnn..c Uio greatest loinn ior*. The reporter, tUar.kn.g Mr. t>ng for the Interview, wa. retiring, winn Mr. i>ng remarked, I ov uiu.v g!vo tlic Minn positive ileniai iu in; name i to all Mich atoiiea as ihat now in your liami. 1 rcJ cetvo nuny iticii ovary wee . ilirongu the malls. I ! ha von piper Here, rer-uert johc now, which I have no doubi i o.itali,s souk s;t it nomskspica' -i.N- eriiNin it, They u: ten amuse me, but 1 Iwvc t o m ien I to .:o to pjv anv attention lo ilieni.' ) After a l'tie further conversation on 1'iuinailsiic I mh'tcis, in which Mr. i'.yn^ ha* b en engaged more I or ie?K ever unco no entered the minwtrv, tin-ie1 porter impure I wliy tie na.i resigned the editorship I i f Mie CUt ifiia i ill H o V; to which ucr-plicl tha> I Hie sto le hnd olunged hands. and the new owners 1 wanted lo run ti ut Um latere* peou tarly of iM ' hlptior lire which, n* far u< his experience went, | was tmhsciiHc. lie would hko i i ututu to it or to wiines, he lire of Home one who liud attained lo if. ' Mctlio'ist sunotIfie-oitkoii was Pal enough, but tins i l.'piMjop.u lio uer lire was too nincn Jul- film, if no I should ever -ecele or lie > ouipetlc I to leavo the i win, ..I the I'loUsiani K.piicopal iTiniv.n, whmh j lie loves, no would enter a new-payer o.tic. rather ! than any otb r profession or place. inn. cu !?* I the intoryn * widen Is given above in suifl.iiu e I rota MltfiOil. inch iiii.tr hoiuiul. liiiefii! ?' a lltupcrnli' A Urn>' in Harrison, N. .1.??V !?! licld lu Mail In MO.OtH). On* nunt la-i week a serious disturbance took ; ptsi-c in a Jio^inlri" kept oil tUc East Newark turnpike road, I i Harrison township, N J., by a eonstable named licnry NVoerner. A crowd of disorderly persons created a runt mis tti ttte place, 'nit it appeuis tno proprietor. tmoiad of driving lb em on', locked tils doors nun then pro* cecli.I to administer ? terrific drubbing to the ' win>10 crowd with a formMabio base ball c-Jtib. aun ue those who were terrible beaten was a young i man tunned Bair. Ills skull, li is icsred, wa* tracfntcl. He wn? removed to ,t. '.iiciiei* iio-i is n. ! in Newark, where lie now lias tit a < oiuiiUou Uiui w d- ( iut'O 1 to be I KXIKI'iR'Y CH'TKAl. ' S.i *.t iiotts 1* Pis * i i . indeed, it ? f:ars fot Ills 1 recovery arc t'litertnoi*'1!. an ! on a wu mciih i- -je I ' M?n?t:ti'.e NNocmer was eneMi d sun taken itelove Jndpc i lumber, of Jersey City, who renuireo uuu t igivi' isi in tliosniiiot il'SOi i. I appoai- w icrncr nas for a year or so r?ast boon fticftuh rot of mm li Ht tent ton at the bunds o; ttio IIAKR1SOS IUKH OA-hS, ami net ninny wee s info, while eon?iucrtn|t a prisoner along nje inniplke, near the. street, be was km CKed (Town, i rain pled upon, and the prtsouer taken from Mm by * crowd ot a'sitii, bfieeii desperate character*. Mr. NN'oerner was so badly m].ir< d Hum Hint be was eonilnod to Ins tied for onie days ut er. lie is a man of loweriul lonm anil so i eMr.ipt ons tii.,1 Hie town le.iptu insisted on ele<tleg iii o er?n: l.lble at the tost okctlwo. lis litis uiaiij waiui fucnua, 5 JERSEY'S LIST TRAGEDY. An Atrocious Occurrence in Wai* ren County. Terrible Termination of a Boatmen's Battle About a Boy-Coroner's Inquost and a Vjrdic. of Wilful end Deliberate Murder. Again Itus the soil of New Jersey been stained by a shocking trnircdy, in many respects rivalling In alroclousnesH the one enacted two weeks ago to-day in tin: harlot's house In South street, Newark, This last atrocity took place, as briefly stated in yesterday's lli'.KAi.n, In a Morris <aii.il boatman's settlement called Port (.'olden, a short distance irotn Washington, in Warren comity, sixty-live miles distant from this city. The particulars of the case, as appeared at the inquest on Friday, appear to bo as follows:?Last spring one "Colonel" John Peace had in his employ a boy whom lie took most kindly to, and oared for him as If he had been the youngster's lather. Imring the coal strike last winter Peace, whoso occupation is thai of boatman, luy Idle, but ho, nevertheless, continued to caro for the boy. In the meantime oil* Lorenzo How itooiittle, another boatman, an U'"t lamtance of Pence, both being re Idents of the pott, secured the services of the la I fur a trip ou his b ut. O 1 returning Pence de ired the la 1 10 be returned to him, I>lir MIC Hill.' It'IlOW USUI HI t'll IVtMUI.'U ir llll hi 41, lllKJ ream a to go. From this sprung a OK T KOOrKD A-IUOSIIT boiwccn the men, an?l whenever tr y met they qnarrellod over the matter. If was nor, nowtver, uii'ri Thursday night that matters neguu to as uin? a serious aspect, ou that evening, In a store kept l>y one William Wnltu r. at the Port, a number or boatmen, as Is their wont, congregated and chatted peacefully over vinous matters. Among the crowd was "Oilonel" Pence. Presently in catnc Ooollltle, whose oountenuuee wore an ominous frown, t'enoc unserved It and quietly asKeil hint, "Are yon uiadf This led to a renowtil >>l the old quarrel, an I a personal rencontre liually ensued. Poino scorned to get tli* best ot the tuaste and coin* pelted Iiih autngonlsc to pro.iuso a subsequent cessation of hostilities, lie loosed Ills powerful grip of I'ooliiMe, ami ?ooii after left the store. Uoohttte followed in a Cow uilutttcs. some Ui ..nice otf from the store, along too towpaih, the men were observed to clinch together tu wltut soon alter proved to lw? THE DEATH STRt'OflT.E. Not a word was heard, i?uf alter n while Pence s'nggerc I out or sigh' and Iioollttlo went In an op. posi'o direction. I Ifteen mlnutoj afterwards I 'core was tou id dead, pierced to the heart with a knife. lie was also wounded In three ot.icr places. A search was at once Instituted for the alleged murderer. iia was found, and made no i struggle, but quietly submitted to arresb a coroner's miv was a! once emnaiinclled and in Friday morning they proceeded to niVdtl \ no the murder. Jinnee Woolston acted a? coroner. A!"mi?'V Mief, prosecutor oi Orange county, appeared lor (tie Hta'e, uud (wear Jeffrey for the priwaor. the testimony or Dn, WUiijmq Coio uud W. A. llnrrlcK wont to show that 01 the four wound4 luiticted 011 Pence the fatal one had cut thrmuli a vn> nod Into the heat. The oner evidence ?-n In substance corroborative of tne facts given above. About four o'clock tlio jury renuereit K VBKIMOT, to Hie eiicot "thai the deceased na<l come to Ms death at the hands of Lorenzo bow DooliUlc, on the night of (lie 13th Instant, and that the said Doollttie had committed a wilful and deliberate mnrdor." The mur.lered nmn was a Illliivf <m nit- i>in< v n iibic ii' nmt inn 11CK11end. He win married an I Icsves a wife and onrt chilJ, a babe two years ohl. lie was about thirtyIITO .years of ggit lie BtOOd nearly BIX (Ml bWl and' was largo limbed In proportion. noolitHo (lingular' misnomer lor sucli a limn ') v. as about fort.* years ot ua<\ and leaves u wile und two children. He in a native or chemung. county, New York. In his counionnncc ho board 110 resemblance to the idea! murderer. The circumstances of Die icrrihe arTnIr havo occasioned ihd wildest excitement throughout Warren county.. Doolrtle was lodged in Bclvidere Jail, where he will beheld till the opening of ihe September term ol Court. HEALTH MATTERS. j .tteciiuu of the Buaid or CoinmUslonera. I The in eel | ng of the Hoard oi Health, which was | postponed last Wednesday because of the "slight unpleasantness,'' was held yesterday forenoon, at tne Central Office. Nothing, however, of any public importance was transacted. The following arc the reports of the Ctty Sanitary inspector and the Register of Records:? To the Board or Heai-tji or the IIf.vi.ih Departvr.M : ? I have ill'- honor to submit lb" folio wing comparitlre ntntemriit of contiuioits <1i-cu?ps n'i'ortoJ to tliii Euivbh for lb? I twv c.vlln^ July P, IS71 I iV.ec, , T/r It" Swill- fi.j.V ir-i. TupKn . )<h i t. Il*v. Jf lArr'o. July 1.... 4 7 II ?7 77 13 A JillyB ..a 8 0 IS 71 U 3 iif tho ?bor<* irvuntr-iwo cue*of small| ox. forty-one were elluer illscosered J>y inspector* or reported at till* office lu pel ?on or wi re r -purled by cillxens. Ite?r< elfuliy submitted. 3lORI-.AU MORRIS, City Sanitary Inspector. To inr S*< tii TAfcf or iuf Un.uto or rue lir.Ai.ni Dr. i panrur\T j 1 have the honor to rei ort 710 registered deaths for the i putt week, ticln : an Increase of |i*5 over the previous ureelt, Mnl ?n ege.es, of rip over the corr-vpe n liui irio I of 1*70: I Tt74 ueath* were lue to symotic dtse nee. lirf to constitutional, i 14.' to lore'., I f to deve opmonla! unit 2 i to vli lent cause*, i Smallpox rrodn e l 3?) deaths and uieae n* H, an Iner-aeeof 11 and 5 respeeuvc'.y; 12 death* were referred to * --trlatluo., tne same numher ae In tlic preceding wi. Typhus fevor occasioned 2 deaths, a decrease of 1, and Upheld lever V, an luareaao of 8. T.VO IIVNliRVIr AND SIXTY TOCR tlTiATHM were ascribed to dia-vh jcsi complaints, ug i nxt 218 in the previous we. it! 254 were among infant* lees than two years old. Hydrophobia was the occasion of another death, th? third during the year. T/ie period of Incubation In this Init.meo mil about sit Week*. I?f loo total number of recorh .| death 6! p t cent occurred among children less than live years <1 a;,'e, per cei * among those It ss than two and 45 per cent anion.' iboso less than 'he. The fodotv.n > wera the principal meteorological observations taken or thl* dc.ertment during the week ending JipyS, alt: i oopei I'm Ml: MF.AN RIATUNO of oaromeier, '? laches; n e.iu teroperatiire, 75.87 degree*, being .a t I r "fl lc?? Mian for Hi- corresponding period wi a -, ti o y ai < n.'k ; innx.umm Iri.-peruU'r., oerr*cS In I!:i sliaac am: IKVdegre s in Hie aur. on Friday : i liiimum temperature, til irr-s oa Sun lay and Monday . mean degree of hutuc It v. Bit 78. Dtir.ng the ,v. . ending June '.4 the smn'lpot enldemic in I1.n r'and evinced a general decline, exdeut lu certain districts wh' re vaccination* I a l c 11 long niyl'-ced. In Uertln Its lavage* coiiiinoed win remarkable tervrty, uo lest (bau 1B4 fatal cases li .vin wurre l dunnv tin- wo-k ending June J7, hi a tout' 7iS J r.'ue from all causes. I'srl* was exempt from etude . ic. I li tre it'TB report I In that city during the week c'.'i'ie June 2,'k l.lOd Uc.lh*. agalnat 1.143 foi* lii? eorrev tii'il- tveek of the p ?i year. Vei r re..pcctfol y, your oliedfent servant, t'tlAKLKS 1*. KL'.-SELi, id. t) HtlJI.F F R TH | The following commuoi'-atloii lias been received i at tins o.'llcc:? Sr.w York, Ju'y 11,1871. i Tr> the Icpitoh at riir. Hkraui:? I Please Pud enclose I I, which I leiro to your discretion to ,.Uvo tu eouie way that s'isfl render the most assistance poasl'j.e for * > aniHll a aiiot hi that mit'li neglect''1 vi tas of 'in I f irtnnato'- tin* t-Uiiii. I. no'.liiug more : .?ab e can be done with't. et !t be plren To.' what i? calle i linm? tor the blln.l. I 'be tig i mltni iD r, II should he c?il"d * home for a very tew ot I I- i I bore etrtalali mo the in ti.ta inua chy, not. : for 't? an .it wral'b ami benevolence, some moro comprehensiv <inn o; rnarity to assist tip* h >p#!e*a class ntbes than the tile i'H of a three story bouse on Seventh aeenno that cannot h -ny pi occssn' crnttimin ; mid packing he m.udw to hoc nun i Jatc m re than eign'.eou or .'Unt t-cn a.lulls. II, Indeed, th it n'l New Vork has ilone It is a burning ihama iiinl disgra < and should be remedied a? soon as nonsTole. It I'Titii itt pi nolle d a cptts so helpless tint dependent wh.ii Uiipiaaiwk upon thousands ars given yearly to itbleImll t po wh . i'oiiIJ easily take c ire o: themselves if they won: I tvo li'iinr and la/lncas alone. Certainly the original, .a 01 !'..n 'ittlu nucleus of s Heme n.e worthy of s ! b ii tor rem.'inhering tvhnl all the rest ut Hew York ee.ueil to hav-tor pilten, an I also for their kin.I efTorta In trjrlug to make luV it little more end tra' ie to ttioae poor, mill tc I i e >p And New Vork ahoul I see to It thai tnate\ t cf the (it i lilt of a out i'n it lb y now iahablt they should hiro n house large and antple enough to ihn.trr every nnioitui.ate w.io applies at their door. I'cUuns such charities are kept to much within the cnurcbet "and churches hare so much to do." I kt.ow I a as aiae.l almo-.t the first thins what t luircfc I hot" 1 i I h.ul to sni le at th" Idea th it I waa fiiee'imeo ' < i" a Church member he an e 1 felt tome nteresl In loar.iius how poor b.lnd pcop'.n were cared for. tVhero Is the in; , wnniHti or child, religious or irreligious, ' that. or n n ty too bili.il. and would not moat willingly give lit or null ir.inialUl'e an I lit erary iroiti tn'dr nSun dancj to i vt > i :,otna w >rthy the nam- where life with ita lifr.'i.e darkness could he made less heavy ><> brar. f mc ? pr r ii'.n.i ereat ire ihd other day picking ins way ' nlo.jg by tar re > t;, and aflhongh no was not begging he I ii.o'ted s> piti.' .1 and ?t attlng I or aid not pass without t sneaking to bin I r;sit**d hint, o il lie want some change ; ho was very then ; i, and ? U how rnit'-U ho needed it. lie aa d 1." Iifi l not a. was - been so poof; thr.t Ids children had cared I for iilrn until w.tbln a few years, wb"ti th?y had married and left lilm and 'o d woman to shift I. r tip msclves. "Herbal ' llod for. ,\e. ?: ;u tltiu",#, 1 am tire I din't know." He i sa I he wo;|i . Imp. v.iic In the llonto Ion,' a .? ?u'y he did I no. like to leave the old womnn, who was atlliii, it seems to i mi! * rv | r people arc alwavs aim,. Poor fcl'ow I ha ( little g iome.i now uncertain wsa his go ting In tba Home, [ for I im certain nine tenths of llioic sppiylrg cannot be adI tn. fed lor want of i-otirn. How I wish I was a nilidotinalre I I would build them a home tbat would tuske their hearts jumploi joy. Mr. Pditor, plaase st. p Intervewing the Prea* tdoni for a while and Interview that little mite of a IPuue. I It Is on -ercnth avenue, near Thtrty-ninth lire "t. Vou co PI do them a w orld ol good It you woul I Inhn rlew lliem uccv atonally; they would sj in ' # r.rii, for all New York would reap ind most dbcradv when they knew a d to>k tho'igbt of trie r necessitiest and Uicao potr li Puicss (ioes would soon have, a huiue that New York might be piou I of. Chop* on IjOno Isi.ant).?TIip Iiong l*UnJ r,irri}i?rf Hps-ilk liti|*e;uliy of llie rotiillliort of til pro, n. i'f? rAiiiy sveathtfr <>( 'tie past tw> VMs" h;wtf;vciiover?* i UUwg of Ydgctttblk Jtu'uf reuesvoU u??f.