Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 3, 1850, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 3, 1850 Page 1
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r Til NO. 6833. niFPin*. UNITED STATIH BAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANT.-A BMtlM of the Stockholder* of the United St ft tee Mall StaMBahlp tomUMj will b? bol<4 at the Merchant*' BxukknM Bank, la the city of New York, on Saturday, Job* 1, lwO, lir. H., for tba pnrpoa* of ?l**tin? St* Dlraotar* of th? Mid Company, aad to iraniaet inoh otiter >?l1iw a* ma# Hflmirj GKORCE I.AW, ) MARSHALL O. ROBERTS, > Commlaalener*. JAMBA VAN NOSTRA NO, > fiw Twk, May ?. I*w. THE BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN R. M. Steamahipe, between Now Tork and Liverpool, and betwrrn Ho*tna and Liverpool, calling at Halifax to land aad receiTe mail* and paaMtgera Knrnpa from New Tork. .Wednesday, June 5. A>la " Iloaton " Jane 13. America " New York... " 44 19. I Canada " Boatoa " " H. ' Cambria M New Tork.. " July S. Niagara. " Boaton " " 10. | ITor fro.ght or paaaM*. apply ta E. CLNARD. Jo*.. S Broadway. lITSlItD 9TATRS MAIL STEAMBRi VETH'EEN NIW - V* York and Liverpool.?The *hip* oompotinK thia line ar* , ATLANTIC, Captain Weal. ARCTIC, Captain Loee. t ACUTIC, Captain Nye. BALTIC, Captain Coma took. , ADRIATIC, Captain Graftou. There aliipe ing been bailt by oontaact axpreaaly for fararnment ??tvloe, etery rare hae been taken in their contraction, aa alao In tbelr engines, to omure atrongth aad 'aMad. and their accommodation* for paaeenKor* are an {equalled for elegance or comfort. Prioo of paaaage from New J York to Liverpool, $'30: exclaaiv* ih of extra ait? atat* I voome. S.U6. An experienced aurgron will b? atta'hod to aach aiijp. No bertha can b* letured until paid for. tot Irtisht or iiuui, app'v to IDW'D K. COI.LINS, 74 South atreet; or, U URUWN, SHIPLEY It CO., Liverpool. IV* Atlantic will hwi Liverpool May 29, 1(00. ' r.cihc " ' Uveri-ool.. June It), " " Atlantic " " Nrw I'ork June lft, " " " " " Liverpool.... July 10, " r? ifie " " New York July 6, " " " " " Liverpool Jul/ 31, " " Atlantic " " New York July 27. " The owner* of thee* shipa will not be acconntablu for gold, ilrcr. bullion, ipecie, jewelry, preciona ftonei or metale, unlca* bilL-(iif lading ate aigned therefer, and the Talae luereit, therein expreaeed. e?orTivbrpool.-cnited states mail steamX aiiip ATLANTIC, Capt. Jamua Weat.?Thie auamahip will depart with the maila for Europe, positively, on Saturday, June lftth, at 13 o'clock M., from her berth at the foot of Canal atreet. No berth accurad till paid for. For freight or paaaa?e, having unequalled aooommodation* for eleganoe or oomfort, apply to BDWD. K. COLLINS. 74 Sonth atreet. THROUCH LINB TO CALIFORNIA, VIA CHAGRBS? Carrying the United State* Mail?Thursday, Jane 13, at 3 o'clock. P.M., from the pier foot of Wanea atreet, N. K. Th* new and elegant double engine ateamahip GEORGIA, D. D. Potter, 0. 8. Navy, Commander, will be dispatched aa abort, with th* Government Maila, for the Veil India* and th* Pacit*. The b?oka are now apan for paaaage to Charleston. Savannah, Havana, New Orlean* and Chagree, and for through tickata to San Franci*eo. Te aeenre through ticket*, aarly application muitb* mad*, a* only a (mail number remain unengaged. An eip*ri*ne?d aurgeon ia attached to th* GEORGIA. The accommodation* for paaa*ager* of act claaa arenn*arpaa*ed by any (teacuhlp afloat. Th* paaaengere for New Orlean* arc trauafcrred, at Havana, to th* superior double *agiae *t?*am*hip FALCON, and proceed from Uavana direct to N*w Orlaaaa. lata* afjiunn from M?* York te Chagx?a:? State koab Berth f 100 Standee Berth W Steerage de.?found bed and **parate table SO Bate* of pamage from Panama to tan Franciaco:? Stat* Boom Berth... ... ... $300 Steerage Berth?found had and aaparat* table... lid Rate* of tawtn To Havana. To N. Orlean*. State Room Bertha $70 $73 Stand** berth, forward cabin.. M 60 Steerage found bed and board. tft 36 Freight toChagrea will be taken at 7V cent* par eubicfoot. The billa of lading muat all be aigacd on beard the aeaael th* day before aailing. For freixht er paaaage, apply to M. 9. ROBERTS, llfT eat atreet. ?OB SACBAMENTO CITT-PIBST VESSEL?to sail, M: 10th of Jane, positively. Th* fast aaillag, A I tchoonar l.A BELLA FRANC ISC A. rapt. J. C. Ball, now loading at Ciet 11 North river, will tail on h*r day. For the balk of 1U0 bl*. freight, and p ?a**g* for two peraona. apply to F k P. FOWLER. 86 Wa*t *t. PASSAGE FROM PANAMA TO SAN FRANCISCO, by th* A 1 ateamer Goliah, Capt. Gregorv Thomas, beiag now en the way, and ie expected to leave Paaema for Ban Franrri*oo by to* latof Angn*t neat. 8h* ha* excellent acecmmodatioa* for pa**eagen, and n United nnabw caa engage, upon applioatioa te _ WM. II. FPRMAM. 87 So etba treat. I^OK SAM FRANCISCO. BBNIM1A. AND SACRAMENTO City, via Rio de Jaaeire. Valparaiso end Panama, to ?lear early ia Jnne.?The artradid new double ongiac ateamahip Ceaeiituttoa, Capt. I>. L. Wilcox. will aail a* above. Tor freight (of which only a limited quantity can be takaa), or paaaage to Rio de Janeiro or Valpnralee, and from Paaajna te either of th* abov* Califoraian port*, apply t* W ARl> It PRICE, 40 Wall atreet. rpnOCCH L1NB FOR BAN PRAMCISCO TIA CHA1. gre*direct.?The aplendid ateamahip PHILADELPHIA. Koht. H. Pennon, Commander, will leave her dock, pier N*. d North River, *aThar*day, Jan* 13th. at 3 o'clock. Pa*e*nger* will place theii baggage on board the dayjarevlon*. For pasaage, apply f I^OR SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA.?TBI BEAU.r tifal packet ahip IIA1DEE. now cleared aa* ready for ana. 'iaa f^eeiya * (ew more nm ana kiom ?di? imrnnr?, It Immediate application on hoard the ?hlp, Tier 7 bit hirer. K to ISAAC T. SMITH. 101 Well elreet, our. fro at The Baidoe carrieea *kllful phytielaa. /\NI STEERAGE PASSAGE TltEET PER STBAMER VP Philadelphia. ffm Now York to San Praaci?cn, Ti? tlia l-'bum-, Milt 13th Jane, ft* Bale Apple i: 111] I: ? I /^AIIPORMA IHREf'T THWOtiil! TIikKTS-TWO V/ fret el*? and ?< > ?re, per Philadelphia ud mail tctsici frum Jul* 1, tjr sale eery low by J.41. *UKPAKI> Hredwav, etrner Wall it. CALIFORNIA THROUGH TICKETS DIRECT TOR SALE litre* ?to?r?*? In Upland ?n-i Aepiawalt'e Una far Job" IJtb: twe ?t?era*e. la K ?Lerta' liaa. far Juaa I3tk; aaa (rat rlau>, an<l oa* ilMmi, fur Jaa* Jhth, id How land k Arptawall'* liaa. T. WHITE. * Wall it. The steamship bargarat is now lting at Jer*ey City. If aot ?1( witnia a r?w day*. die will reW ra la Halifax ?a liar ?iii? Fnilanl. e (tvard Jr . .v Broadway. tJOR SALE?BRITISH STEAMSHIP B ABGABET, 19 a?pr.ta<l ta arrive la New Vork on Monday, the 17th May, from Halifax, and will r*maia In port a few day*, when If a at a?M, aha will be aeat t?. England. She la ahout itVl t na burthaa, 1 enflne*. of IKI horea power each, holler* new Iaet an t cm a. 170 feat keql, ?i feet beam, well fenad In iBlla, rl??,lBK, Be., and furnUhed with bed*, bedding, plate, orookery, Klaai. Bo., for a full complement of paeaenfere. She la a remarkably Irene repeal, if in aoraplete order aad ready to b? aat In i>b. Apply to E. CCNAFD. Jr., M Dr adway Lulled Miaul Olatiirt Court. Before J ailgt Helta Am 1 -The aeveral prinoner* convicted w-re brought forward t? reclre the aentance of the court i.eory# Berkett (a -i.lnred nasi who piguilty to ?u aa,aall on t)i* captain and mat- of hi* re**el <n being callt d up. aal'l that ha would not hare committed lha aarault. but that h? was tnaddened to It by bearing them *ay they would Mil him and dleld* th? moor/ ('our: Ton attacked thrm at night with an ax*, a fart * li ' h I he r, ..rt rannr.t overlook lha law order* a (no aa wall a* imprisonment; a* too ara not a parton of mean* the court will ia|i?*e a Una of lit cant* upon, and crntrnrr you to three year* Unpriaoataent. with hard labor Johanna Quintan. convicted of paaeing counterfeit money. Couit- Ton have been repeatedly applied to by tha Dletrict Attorney to reveal the name* of the partie* of whom you ar? *upi>o?ed to be the lii?truinriit yom have | er?l?ted in rrfualng to enable the law to reach thr mora puilty rartb a. The jury have reaoiumt-aded you to mercy, which the court *hall certainly taka into ernaideration You are liable to b? aentanced to ten year*' imprt-MMt and t<> a flee of on) hut taking the recommendation of the jnry into consideration. ycu are aenteured to pay a One of fb and to be impriacued lor a period ol two year* Barne*. (a man of color ) cook on board tka Tolego who pleaded guilty to aaaault* on the raptain and mate, wai tentenci d to pay a line of als ccnt*. and be itnpri?ooed fr>r one year The Court remarked it* rejtrt t to rind that cae?*"of thie kind ara multiplying W llliam J Df Wo'f? wa* then called forward The Court regnttrd tn bare lb*' of a nhip w nuflit tefore It on a charge of that nature upoa wliiru It had ju?t r? marked The jury had recota rad?<l lb* leeward to mi; in roaaequeace of lb* ondnct of Tlx m?? one of the complainant*. < ap<*'n l>? Wolfe- I bi?e not th- analleat doubt, If )?<i-adurt of the m-n from the beginning of their vnyace had b?? n known to the jury. they would have < inittt-4 m>> Two of Ihe men whn awore nftlgd n? a-e nadir SetHiou* mmn aad that fact alon* ough < throw a dowU u, oa them. M Court Toa w?r? d< f< nded upoa the evidence af your mate, and the law ha* n* othrr mrana of arriving it a wucluelnn b?t that nf the testimony; and an w? are dlapoerd to prot?et maatera from the inaabord'natlnaofehlpa' rrewa. wa will atao protect crewa agatntt the Hd paf*b>n* Of maatera There aeema to hare be. a no oreaalon for your u?injr the eutlaaa ami (word, aad It wa* th'* wonder af every one la eourt that tbe laiarlra Inflicted by you wera not more aerlou*. Tea bare been convicted on three Indirln.aata. and tha taw Impoee* a flae and Imprtamment far each Tb-aent'are -hall not be ?eveto. tha jury baring ra ommended you to merer and lor other rnnaideraUna*. Tn a man of your Intelligence aud p-.aitioa. a abort iniprlaramrat will be aaffldently d?gr.?dln* for tha vault on Thomaa you ara aent-need to p.y a fln* of >10, aad SO day*' imprlennmeat. for the aaaaalt o? A uga?t Ine fit and <*> daya. and for Be aeaault on Albert Mlfler ?2S. and HO daya' lmpr1?onm>nt Two ia?B( ?en. named Hynea and MMwceur. were, upoa tn* Iatetfarmer of tba I nit-d State* IHatrirt Attorney. In conaeijuenee of their youth and prarlou* gf.od character aentenced to a nominal ftne of alt cent* t *cb. and tmprlaonnieut until Monday for a revolt on boatd the aliip ft Lonta David AuMln and Truman Rand pleaded guilty to an Indictment. charging them with larreny of platoi* rlbtona. and other article*, in board the abip Admiral, and threw tbeataelre* upon tba mere* nf tba Court The c ourt aaid. In nnamnenee of Uaad * good obaraeter and bi? eontrllion. aa well a* from tba fart that he wa* led into Ibe art bv other*, he would ordet bim to be laaprleoaed aatll Monday and to pay a flae of >10: to remain la curtody aatll It ta paid la thaeaae of Anatln who wa* aeroad mate the matter waaqnlf different h> ? ?? |H.- I tb-'- ?* an ...... ,.f Iruat, and the Court muat dtetiagaiab hi* e**? from that of hi* companion In a very marked reanaef lie wa* tl tiefore aentenced to pay a One of $11. aal K> ba Imprb ned for nae year Tko Court wa* thea adjourned tor the term, Tba Circuit Conrt win be ope?ed here by .ludg- RHv?o, oa M ad?? orolng L I E NE I . BT TILEORAPH. Tremendous Bank Robbery. THIRTY TllOlsA.ID DOLLARS IN HILL* ?TOLKf FRO* TllK IK)BCHESTKK UAfOC. Boston. (Him ) June 2, 18(0. Til* town of Dorchester ?u thrown into a state of excitement, this morning, by the discovery of the fact that the Bank of Dorohester had been broken into during the night, and robbed of thirty thousand dollar!. In ita own note*. Hrery search has been made by the authorities of the place, but as yet in Tain. The robber or robber* have no doubt " planted" the bills somewhere not far from here, until the excitement cools down and Tigilanee la wearied, when they will disinter them from their hiding place and put th*m Into circulation, probably In connection witn a New York gang. Your polioe will, of course, be on the fjHt MM. 'a no v hmk ncnii The Charleston Mercury, of the 30th ult., speaking of the news recsived by the brig Argus, st that port, from Havana, and wnioh was published by telegraph, r? lative to the landing of troops on the south side of Cuba, and the taking of Clenfuegos and Trtnldad, ays:?"We hare every reason to believe, from information derived from individuals prominent in the late demonstration on Cardenas, that the foregoing rumor is witheut the slightest foundation." Tli? Lawrtntc Divorce Cue at Louisville, Kentucky. SAI.L1K WARD UWEHNCS Vg. TIMOTHY BIOKLOW I.AWRENCI?VKRDICT IN KAVOR OP MRS. LAWBKXC8. [From the Louisville Journal of Commerce, May 27 ] A petition was prevented to the last Legislature, by Mrs. Bailie Ward Lawrence, praying to be divorced from ber husband, T. Digelow Lawrence, in consequence of his having caused to be advertised, without justifying circumstances, and In an unwarrantable j manner, that sho had abandoned him. and forewarning all persons from "harboring and trusting her on his account, as hs would not be responsible for any debts contracted by her." The Legislature passed a general act, embracing this and many other cases pending, ; giving jurisdiction to tbs circuit courts of tais commonwealth. and authorising a jury to find the facts ef the case, and the court to decree accordingly. The case came up on Saturday, the 23th inst., before the Hon. Win V Hullock. A jury of twelve men was empanelled, and Mr Outhrie, for complainant, read so much of the bills filled as was necessary, setting forth the grounds ot divorce, the affidavit of the proper I officer, that due notice had been served, and the act ! giving jurlkdictiou in the case to the court. There being no defence set up, or counsel employed, I the Conrt observed that it would be necessary that the , Commonwealth's Attorney should be present, to see that the case was conducted according to the regular course of law. Accordingly. Mr. Wolfe, Attorney for the Commonwealth, being sent for. appeared, and alter examining the papers, referred to the statute, and applied it to tha bill which had been filled In March, and set lor the May term of the court. The question arises, has the party had time to file his answer' By the statute, ne must file his answer at this term; but the term has not yet expired. The statute also provides, that hs shall file his evidence in 9tu>port of hit answer at the next term, which would be September. Mr. Guthrie referred to the act to regulate divorces, and including the present case, lu which public notoriety through the newspaper press was made ground of divorce, llr remarked that though this was la the shape of a bill in chancery, still It was more of a suit at law. The jury ware to find the tacts of the ease, and the court decree. Neither the confessions uor the default of the party would suffice. The jury must find the facts before the court can act. The court examined the act of the Legislature, and decided that the case might now go on. Accordingly, the jury were sworn to bring in a verdict according to the law and evidence. The following oomposed the Jury: ? Joceph liauforth. foreman; George 8tannard, James Brldgeford. J. Broader. Jtmu Marshall. L. S. Mot by Daniel 8. Clark, J. U. Wright, Thos. 0. Kucker, J. N 8chru.der, 8 8. Bridges. Wm McKtiight The (Mae joined wax that T. B. Lawrence bad unnecessarily and unbccoaaingly exposed hla wife, Sallla Ward Lawrence, to public notoriety and reproach through the newspapers, and that tha verdict should be a* provided for In the special act of the Legislature. Messrs. George D. Prent'ce, VT. Preiton Woolley. and John H Harney, were brought forward as witnesses for the complainant, and duly iworn. Mr Woolley?I returned from a visit to Cincinnati on the night of the 84th February, and found a letter which bad bean received at the office several day* previously. It wat from Mr. T. Bigelow Lawrence, anclosing the advertisement, which waa pabliahed the , neit morning In tbl* (his) paper. The letter contained I money, and Instructed the number of Iniertloni de > sire*. Mr. Woolley, when asked if it waa requested that the advertisement should be inserted oonsplcu, ounly answered. " It was.'" The soma advertisement leans Picayune. Mr. Wolfe?Yon art acquainted with the handwriting of Mr. Lawrence ' Mr. Woolley?I am ; the advertisement was enclosed to me In a letter marked ' private and confidential " Mr. Harney said that he bad r< celved a totter from 1 an agent at Boston, requesting him to insert the advertisement referred to. In his paper ; be bad subsequently received another letter, asking fur a copy of I the paper containing the advertisement, as without It, j the bill could not ne collected ; It had not beon Inserted In his i aper. and none forwarded. | Mr. Prentloe bad received a letter from Mr. LawreBe?, 'aylnjf that his agent would send on an advertisement. "" necessity of publishing which he much regretted, but It was a duty which he owed to himself, ar l however mnch h# dtfllked. mu*t perform. Ha aid an advertisement wsi afterwards sent by Mr 1'alater. agent, warning the publle against Mrs Litw. rence. but it was not Inserted. He was absent from the city fur several days after the receipt of the letter, and on hit return he found the advertisement at the i office On the 7th of la.-l month, he received a letter from Mr. Lawrence, asking if the advertisement was inserted: and If not. why; The advertisement never appeared In the J?*rn*l. Mr. Hubert J. Ward was then sworn and testified as j follows: My daughter was married to Mr Lawrence | on the 6th of December 1S4S, she remained with me. at my bouse In this city, until the early part of March, at wLich time, accompanied by her husband. she went ! to Boston; some tim<- In July. 1 received ;?letter from h<r. stating that she intended to e -me to Kentucky with Mr Lawrence; but 1 afterwarLi understood, by a letter from that gentleman, that, in con?e<|n?neeof the prevailing eholera at llutfaio and 8*ndn<ky, they would not venture West; in Augu?t, I was reqnested by my daughter to come to Massachusetts, as the desired me tn bring her to Louisville; I Immediately tele- > graphed that 1 would come, and accordingly started tor her: when we left Boston for Ktntueky. Mr. Law- | r< nee offered no objection to Mrs. Lawrence's leaving IloMoti; he expresred regret that the absence of his father in London would render it necessary for him to rem/In at Boston, and pnvent him from coming to Kentucky. Mr. Pr^stoa-Hs never objected to the return of Mrs Lawrence' Mr Ward- No. sir' He seemed perfectly willing that she should come with me Mr l'rcst< n Mrs. Lawrence ha* always been sup Jiiirii i,e? rally i>y you nan me n"l' Mr Ward- I have alw?y? mppllrd hor want* Mr Uuthrie l>ld Mr l.awrenee ever. to your knowledge pay a bill for hU wife' Mr W ard I think hp paid her board bill" an<l travelling but am not awar* that he ever palJ a Ml) for h*r in thla city I d" not know that h? hat ver ?4nnr>4 her any money. or paid any other bill*, tlian the en* lui-urtti at the Tremout llouae, and hrr ?*ry traveling r*pen*e* On on* oeea?lon. I think shortly before the departure of my daughter from Motion ?be reqii**ted Mr l.awrenee to giro her a mail mm lie <aid that be did not have the money, but he vnld Mk M( IMher fM it The Ron AM it* I ?wn nr# jari' my daught*r th* amount Two d?jr* Mn oar mm In Umm mjiimM m to fin li?r one hundred dollar*. I a?k*d bar to what purpo** fhe w *hi d to acply It 8he told ine ihe da*ir*d to return to Mr tbhott l.awrenee the amount (he bad borrowed ft' in him I r*mon*trat*d a;aln*t l(, bnt *he app< ar> d to be ao anilou* about it that I gratified hrr. She eeut the money to Mr Abbott l.awrenee and by return mall a reej-ipf wa? received The very dellfate health of my daughter mad* tt imperatively M ?ary that *be *b<>uld leave the rlgorou* climate of Boat'>n I iffi lted froa Prof Or"** hi* written opinion to that effi-rt, wlilrh I *ue|o??d In a letter and forwarded to Mr l.awrenee Prof tiro** believed that a re*td*nre In I: or ton would prove fhtai to h-r h?alth. and I therelura nrg*d upon Mr l.awrenee how vary nece??ary it waa that *be hould be allowed to leave Roaton Mr l.awreure replied that he would take my dauihter to one of the W'eat India l*lan<l* ar |to annia !*outhavn elimate out of the United flute*, but that he would not eome to Kentucky. The alternative waa. that Mr* l.awrenee rliould eome with mytelf Pr?d*?-or Pamutl D. Ilroe*. ot the Cnivercity of l.ouleville. tan railed, and being duly (worn, aald-I have been acquainted with Mr* Bailie Ward l.nwrence. pr' f<?- loaal'y A dav or two prevlou* to her marrla(< I Mated to her hu?band that it would he highly Imprudent Io ink* Mr* I. to Ro*ton. a* I thought i li?t the rlgofou* climate would aerioualy Idlpair. If not entirely deatroy hrr health Alter the marriage. I converted with both Mr and Mr* l.awrenee. and reIterated the utati-mrnt whirh I had previously made At tbe^re^ueet of Mr Ward I wrote out an opinion of the rat* I rnjtelf have no d 'Ubt that a r>aidenca in Ro*ton would prove fatal to Mr* Lawrence; I. therefore. willingly etatrd that It would be nlmoat death for Mr* l.atntrt tothink ofrttmning to Rotton to llva. Mr W II Dulancy. of theBrmofl. Raphael fc Co. railed, and being aworn. *ald Mr* ?allle Ward l.awrenae ha* purchased good* at our houee for the laat rla rr i igbt v. ar*. her bill* have been promptly and rrgulariv paid, we have never i>re?ented to her father a bill that wa* dieputed by uim hrr credit at our bout# I* unqtie*t l<>nalle Mr Pre?tnn l?ld Mr T Rlgelow l.awrenee ever pay Mil f' t Mr* Lawrence at your **tabli*hm< nt' Mr DuUney_R?TW After the marriag" of Mr I awtrnee an areonnt waa opened by our book keener ap?tn*t Mra T R Lawrence;" but about the laot day M l?eee?ber. M?? R J Ward called and paid a bill which eh* lier?elf had created, and. nt her rei|it*?t. the bill of her dangbter. Mm l.awrenee. waa Ine ruorated j with It Mr Proton- Will you plena* *tate to the Jury, air, ' It ji,u ev<r brail tbnt Mr T R l.awrenee paid bill j at hh wlte'a in thin city! M r Dwlanef?t do not think he ha* ever done to i CUuiiW Dvvill of thi' Ann jf Bent It Ourall, caileJ, W YO MORNING EDITION?M and brine duly sworn, wild?The f-unily of Mr. Ward have dealt largely at aur itoro, for a number of ?earn; we never had a bill deputed by them; Ira. T. B. Lawrence haa purc-haaed of at since her marriage, and her bill* have always been paid bj her father Mr. (Juthrle? Mr Lawrence ha? never paid a bill of bin wife'a, in thi? oity. to your kn?wl'-dg? ? Mr Duvall? If he baa paid any bill for Mrs. LawIt hu luur In mw uu. 1,1.*.,,,l believe he ever paid a bill ol her's. i Mr. l'reeton?Mrs Lawrence has credit at your (tore. < I Mitv* T I Mr. Duvall?She can procnro good* from u* to any amount; no one protends to question her credit. I Mr Preeton?Did you ever hear any one say that ] Mr. Lawreure paid hi* wife's bills I Mr Duvall?I never heard a person say that he pre- i son ted a bill to Mr. Lawrence, or that any bill of her'* i wu over rejected. ( The evidence being concluded, Wm Preston, eoun- ; eel for the complainant. arose and said?Gentlemen of < the Jury?When I came Into court, I expected that an ' opposition would be made to the application for a divorce, died by the complainant. If such opposition 1 was intended. it has been abandoned. I will only allude to some Important points lu the case, and shall not trouble you further than is absolutely necessary The first witness. Mr Wool ley, has told yon that he received a letter from Mr. Timothy Blgelow Lawrence, i of Boston, enclosing the following, which ho ordered should be luserted as an advertisement In his paper, I and with a request that it should be " shown off In aa conspicuous a place as possible." The advertisement ' reads:? Noticb.?Whereas, my wife, Sai.ijb Tun l.ivxtica I has lUnerted ms, wilfully and without mow, this is to oautiuu all peraona agaiast harboring er trusting her oa my ?oO' uut, as 1 hold m/self ro?pun?ibls for nu dekta o.jn\r?oied by her. T. BICELOW LAWRBNCB. Button, Mass., Fehrasry, 185#. fsli2A 171 The same notica was published in the Louisville Mmnivg Courier and New Orleans PiVayun*?copies of it were also torwarded to the offices of the Jourmal and Prmocrat, of this city, but they were not inserted in those papers. There was never a more deliberate insult offered to a female. It was intended as a stab?a malignant and revengeful back-thrust at the fame of his wife, who, confiding In the honor and refined sentiments of a husband whom she had been induced te love, ha* been foully, grossly. anil wantonly slandered. The man who perpetrated this outrage has proved, beyond all contradiction, that he does not possess a slnglu generous sentiment that he is wholly devoid of the respect which a man should feel for himself, and that he deserves the exvcratlon and contempt of every citiien who est* ems the honor of his wife or the happiness of his household. There is avery evidence of an exhibition of the meanert purpose to do a gross injury to a lady of whom the community feel justly proud?of a disposition to libel and soandalise a wife, who. on his fal<e protestations of love and affection, bas been prevailed upon to unite herself in marriage to a fellow who has damned himself moet effectually in the opinion of overy sensible aud honorable cltiaen. I am. myself, cognizant of very many farts relating to this unlbrtunatr marriage, and the result* of It, which delicacy !orbids me to mention. The family or the unfortuatelady are unwilling that any evidence. farther than that which In necessary to substantial* the a? rrtion of " wrong," should be adduced on this ocoa ioD. There la much which could be said here, which we feel ourselves compelled to keep back, because it is not the wish of the counsel for the complainant to ( object the lady to more unpleasant notoriety than Is imperatively neceasary Mrs. Lawrence Is well known to almost all of us. She U respected, and esteemed as an Intelligent, worthy, beautiful, and accomplished lady It ha* been well understood by the public, that relations of an unpleasant character existed between herself and husband, rather from the unbappiness experienced by her with her husband's relatives, than any other causa. Mrs. Lawrence returned to Kentucky last summer, and her husband has never been In this State since. Her health bad becomo precarious, and the consolation of home was absolutely necessary to her existence, and it Is this fact which makes the unauthorised 'notice" of Mr. Lawrence appear so malevolent and vindictive Tha conduct of the defendant merits the oontempt of everv man In the 1'nlon. There was no reason, no cause for htm to make such a statement. Nothing but a disposition to wreak a mean, unmanly revenge on an unfortunate lady, could have Induced him to manufacture so vile a falsehood. In Massachusetts, as well as Kentucky, the card has been spoken of as an ungentleaanly and contemptible rffusii n, emanating flrim a follow whu de. erven the coutumely and scorn ol every man who possesses the least scar k of honor In his composition. There is an atmosphere at meanness about the whole - hundred dollar transaction" which induces every one to pause and reflect how on Uod's earth such grovelling creatures csn exist The Hon. Abbott Lawrence, the Minister to the Court of St. James, a man whose property Is assessed at two and a half millions; a man who pays two thousand dollars per annum more than Itls MMM| salary, for a tesldence In the city of Loudon; a man who ostentaI flt'y"(\i(iu>?nT ifoYlars to"ll?r? ir I Solieft, | and is looked upon almost as the wealthiest man in , A met Ira to be cngag-d in such miserable, contempt1 Ible, low transaction He sends a receipt, In due form, according to the mercantile war of doing business to a daughter whom he should look upon affectionately aud kicdly ' lie forwards by return post'" a regularly dram up receipt for the rum of on* hundred dollars, i to a daughter who had never received the first cent frc m n bufband who published her fa the presa of the | I country as we la Kvotuckv w?nIJ do froln juitlce or a runaway slave, warning the public not to batboi ?er or truet her on his account' Was there ever a mora scandalous, outrageous, disgraceful piece of business f Gentlemen ol the jury. I do not wish to apprsl to your sympathies, or to the ju.?t Indignation which you khould feel towards this fellow. I come her* nakedly, and barely to statethe simplefects oftb? caie A Kentucky lsdy marries a Uostnn gentleman. Both occupy high positions In society The lady's health drmanda that she should leave the unfavarable climate In which her husband reside*. and return to tha 1 home of a father, where her wants and necessities will ' be promptly provided for The husband dioM not pay , one c?ut towards her maintenance as a lady?but. < because be wishes that she shall return to his home, when he knows she will certainly die If she does so he publishes her in the newspapers of thi city in which she was born, and the city where her father transacts business as a runaway as a deserttr. and warns the public not to trust or harbor liar on his account! Can there be any justification fur stirh eonduct * Was there ever such an array of evidence to prove that a roan has acted in direct violation of all the dictates of justice, decency, and honor, and the j laws r f the land ? Lawrence published his wife as he i would his father'* osnaburgs. he exposed her to public notoriety; he held her up to the community as a culprit- as a felon- a person not to be harborod, trusted or entertained' How has Mrs. I,?wrenre . lived, pentlemen. since her departure fiom Boston T | fhe has teen domiciled In the buusa of her father. he has been near the mother whose protection and solace she solicited and loved; she has remained with tbosa who love, respect, aad admire her. and she has avoided tho?e who, having treated her unkindly, would row add insult to Injury and endeavor to ruin 1 her good fame In the estimation of the world Tha i Legislature of Kentucky after refusing to act on five bundled divorces, almost unanimously decided In favor of the complainant In order that she might seek atonement for a flagrant outrage Mo one pretends to <|uestion that the defendant ha* j wantonly and mallrlon'ty outraged the name of a Isdy i ' ?boI* universally esteemed and beloved. It 1* every- \ where conceded that Mr l.awrence has disregarded , every honorable impulse -that he haa malevolently ! determined to stab the fame of the unfortunate l*dy who w?* united to him by thia unfortunate alliance.? ' To all who know Mra. Lawreaca. who know the af- 1 flmnce t>j which ihr h*? been aurtouaded. and the Indulgence and generoalty of a parent who hw etrr , , gratified hrr *l>gh'e"t ?l?hn th* I Ira that tie wouil , f?fr permit hl? daughter to become a pecuniary chart* j to Mr Timothy Itlgeluw l.a?r?K*. b ptap>>enr?u< in t the bight ? >1< [m I I therefore. jfntlenn n of the Jury leava the ca?* in ( your banda I do not drew it ncc"*i?ary for tn* to aay | hilt cue thing more. W ? do not rlaiin alimony fur Mm ! j I.awn lire W(l do not deflre that the well fl||*d roffen J | of the American millionaire fhould In any way tx <' <m* t tributary to the lady who baa been foully in-ult<-d and , | alandercd by hie precloua heir We "imply de?tre that | the nam* of l.awrence " may be eraeed from her ea- 1 ( ratehion. and that she may hereaftar reat unc< n'iml- j naied by connection with a man who haa In evary way ( proved hlmaelf unworthy of her lore , Nathaniel Wolfe Kaq Attorney for tb? t ommon- ; | wealth, nroae and aaid . i , tientb men of the Jury ^My connexion with tblt raee may be explained in a "w word*. Ai the attor- ( my fi r th* government. It ia my duty to ae* that the caae I* conducted In the proper manner, and that tha qmationa and Interrogation* of the counaal for the t r> mplainant ar> addreaaed to tha wltn*a?e* In a legal t form It la my duty to ?ee that the defendant ia juat- 1 ly dealt wftb and In the ahaence of counael to attend t to hi* ra?e I have not been adviaed by Mr l.awrenc* | how to art. lie baa not placed In my hand' any re butting teatimony. and I hart' received no intimation

from l*aa*l? hia frirnda that tlie application hall b? otipoaat la your duty. a> Jurnrv to try the lata a of inn 4M4. V you (! trrmlm In your own mlnda that ha ha* * unw'ceaaarily and wantonly eipwd the complainant to public notoriety," yau will render a verdict to that?fleet but If you decide that he ba< not done ao.vnu will bring In a contrary deciaion I did not aat the wltne**c* for tha complainant any <|tte*. tiona. berauee I wii not informed a* to whether It waa the wiah of th>- defendant that the application ah oh Id be opnoacd and I know hut llttla of the merit* of tha ^' having had no acquaintance with it pre?!oua to ftiy entering the court room thla morning Von will now take the facta, and deride aa yoa la your Jndgm< nt think proper .lame* fititbrl*. K*i| , counael for the complainant aro?e and aald With yoar permi**|on gentlemen of tha jurv. 1 *ba.l make a law observation* Tha rontiart of marriage la rt-qulaite and caarntlal to every well rtgulat'd aoclety It ia tha K*et Important feature of the doaeatlc atata oa which aa ob?-rver caa It hi* attention 1 he good or ??il fate of the female depend' n>re upon h?r matrimonial election than on any other atep in lif* When aha connect" heraeif In marr'age. a be either elevate* or degrade* heraetf ller daatinlaa art linked with the man whon- *h* marrle* If the baaband la *tirrea?f?il In llfr, If the flate* *mlle upoa Mm. ?h* la doubly bleaard: but If he fail to awenr* f<r liim-elt aa honorable poaitlon in aocbtr aha I* dragged down la the aame proportion that he hiaaett atnk* ? Tha a oat important ? poch la the lifaof woman ia wVn he appear* at th* altar tad b'nda her*e|f fig fife with -ba partaer of Itrr ehoic* ller fata at that airnfil I* t RK H ONDAY, JUNE 3, 185#. ??e!ed. She eltbor loses or win*, and It U with her hufbsud alone whether she shall occupy an honorable ind respected position. or live degraded, unhappy and unfortunate Uau and wife are one person In law. It t man libels his neighbor, he can bring an aotlon and tiara damages awarded him Not co with the female. She ran have no-cedri'ss Bhe swears at the altar to [>rot< at and uphold him. She plight* him her troth snd declares In the presence of her Ood, that she will obey, serre and honor him. She has bat one ilternatlre It Is a sad, a desperate remedy, but it is the role antidote Bhe must separate herself from the nan who has Injured her 8he must no longer lire with an lndlridual who prores himself unworthy ef ber love. The laws of ?he country shield her from oppression and misery as much as possible. Though they cannot entirely heal the wound which is made by the remorseless husband, they offer to the oppressed wife a dreadful remedy which she must accept, or, in the Brent of refusal, get none other. The wound may be partially healed, and in order to do ervn partial good, our lews bare guarantied to her this deiperato cure, rhe oomplainant has been foully libelled by her husband. This man. who la destitute of all principle, who Is Ignorant of what should make the gentleman, has wlokedly, wantonly, and Id the black malerolenoe of his heart, published in the papers of this city the fol lowing ' otic*.' [Here Mr. Outbrie read the card of Mr T n. Lawrence.] ui see hew far this is true, or rather let us see If tt Is not all a falsehood. Did she desert him wilfully? Does not her lather, on oath, testify that be went tor her himself, at the request of Mr. Lawrence? Did she not come away from Boston, to use the words of Mr. Ward, " without her husband expressing any unwillingness whatever"' She came to her father's home; she returned to the bosom of her family emaciated with sickness, and distressed in mind. She sought an asylum where she might receive the kind attentions of a mother by whom she was lored ilevotedly. She Is now here and at her mother's house. She has not deserted him. She has returned to the homo of her parents, where she will meet with that kindness which she was disappointed la receiving from her husband's relations in Massachusetts Did Ur. T. B. Lawrence ioms for her? Did he offer to acrompany her to her homo? No: He resolutely reused to leave Doston. and persisted In his determination not to come to Kentucky. Then the assertion that his wife " wilfully deserted" him. Is a low. mean, contemptible falsehood, manufactured by a man who, having no respect for himself, thinks nothing ot intuiting a woman. Professor Oross has stated that he warned Mr. Lawrence before bis marriage not to reurn to lloston. lie felt assured that the climate of Boston weuld kill her If she went baok. Ho urged it jpon him afterwards; and yet this lordly man insists upon bis wife's returning to a place which ho well knew would prove her grave. He demands that ihe shall sacrifice herself in order tx> gratify his contemptible passions. When in self-defence she nforms him she cannot accede to his request, le publishes her in a publio newspaper?nay. in public newspapers. He holds her up to the g*i? of the v?>rld. Heattcnpcd to damn her with a false, revenge"ul, malevolent slander. Not content with publishing he falsehood in the papers of this city, he sends off the advertisement to New Orleans, where It was Inserted In mother paper. Why did he do this t Because the fa:her of complainant waa engaged there in business, rhere he resided for a large portion of the year, surrounded by an agreeable society, and admired for his nnny good qualities, hi* gentlemanly beariug, and jrincely hospitality, by a large circle of Maafi and tcqnaintanee. The revengeral slanderer well knew hat the publication of this libel In that city would ?um me iriend* ol Jlr W ard Infinite pain 11* koaw hat it would have th? desired effect ? tlint of wounding he feeling* of th* nort intimate friend* of hi* wife, rt'hy wai lliIn publication made ' Let u* take th* rofuiairn count of hi* Indictment lie waa afraid of i?r running him is debt. llav? n?t nororal of the wlti*?aea testified that all of bar want* wore aupplied by ar father?that Mr. Lawrence never thought of payng a bill lor bit wifa; that ha waa never known to give ler m?uey? Have you not heard tha patty, mean little rauaactlon of tba hundred dollar*, which Mr T. Ilgeluw hadn't, but which the Honorable Abbot ra* willing to lend' Waa not the amount returnid. and did not tba receipt come baek with the baraeteriatie punctuality of th? world-renawncd louae of A. ic A. Lawrence & Co by return po*t " sow gentlemen, when one maa libel* another, they lannot bo longer friend*. Where a man libel* hi* rife, lie ha* o)x-ned an impa*?able gulf. Mr. Lawrence M* li>>ell<'dhi* wife; he ha* and without anw, held her up ta public notoriety, and I beg you *111 Cud the fallowing verdict?"We, of tbe Jury, And .bat the allegation* In complainant * bill are true, and hut Timothy liigelow Lawrence ha* been guilty of tbe unbecoming and di*re*pectful contact af unueceeari> eipoKinu the complainant to public notoriety and rrcroach, for an alleged abandonment, by falicly pubi-bicg in two paper* pubtiahed In thi* city, (Loulfrllle.) that complainant had deserted him wilfully ind without caaee. aad warning all peraon* agalnut harboring and tru?tlng complainant on hi* account." Tbe jury, without leaving tba bos, announced that *. ?* " ? -* f. r> man JoMph Danforth. handci the following to tha clerk.? f Wrk- The jury of twelve men, empanelled and worn to try the l?*ue of th* fket* in the caae of Lawrenee vs. Lawrence, have rendered through their lortman the following verdict:? We, of the jary, And that the allegation* In enm. plainant * bill are true, and that liuothr fllcelow I.awrt Dce hll Utu g?U?y of th. -ulecomlnj anJ dierei"p?ot/?\ conduct of nnnec***arlly exposing the complainant to puhlio nntoritty anl r*pr?ach. for an alleged abandonment, by fal?e)y publishing ia two paper* pnbll*hed in thlacl'y, CLouUrlile I that complainnit had de**rted him w,Itally and without cauie and warning all peraoaa againrt harboring and truitlng loniplaTnaat on hi* account JOoKPll DANPOnTH, Foreman Political Intelligence. >!> ?' ar awn Coairaoiutt?The following resolution* rer* paeeed by a democratic convention. recently In eaalou at Platte I'lty, Mlaaoun. touching the question ?f alavery. and kindred measure* : ? Reeolved, That we retard th* gnveraiiwat ef the I'aited tatee, a* ?ae uf ualtml power*; that the** ptirtri are o?a trr< d ali ke k r <iele*atl*n. an.1 tkat nu power can hi elireiarii aaeept It l>? dcle?at*<i eaan?lv. r ae n'oaaaanl v im- i plu-tl that an aipreitrly donated pewi t woald be nugatory ii.'I ttnlvlUitilila MirclM. II at ?. a regard ilia territorial ai the common property of klir ahola l/nl >n. and that t'?mr???, in long thalr foatol ?.?ar vfc? tame, ihouM ta aaarclia It at n?t l? impoaa aatriotlrn* *f an; kind whatarer. which w?uld aa' inalljr iTrtl any eoaaidaral le t'.ni .u ..f tha cuafi'Jaracy. .North, loath, Faat, or Wt?t. that whila wa retard tha Wilrn.t protl"> aii'l all kindred leamraa, to aay the lean of tliam, of doubtful HIillWioralitjr, * ar? aaeomprnmia'agly uwpoaad ta thair i auan ?; t fa<r>M. ttltlw o?ea all thj to them up..o liia rr> and <>f their laetpodianry Injni'-ice. and inaiiiality. Ihat ?a an liroil) attartx 4 to ih? iT'ifti.!*! of ih? d?ao. ratlr part/, and that onr inottuiali .ui4 ba, ' Injun, Ilara t.y. Caaceaaioa, Half-denial. everything for the cau ?, lot lit oa fur an." A meeting held tn lh? fourth i'<>Dgre*aional district, f the aamo Htate, adoptad tho following PaanWad, That wa araopfoae.l la tha Wllinot |>rorl?o, and ill oiher at < litt? a wtwein, tindrr whatever iaa< or diaguia* ihey n>ay appear, fc?lla?inr thay hi t a duoct t*ad?u< y ta raki n if not dWeolva tha I'nl'U lhat wa am jo*ed to all n?a?am or qntitiiia* that will >aJai>?ei tha |*v? or liability of th? I'aioa; thai tha faloa hot* all iriea, and li dear r t? tha heart tliaa all an lartfe. Ttat rr apprntt rei. lutior. pa< ad by nar la*'. Lagialanr*. u.o* n at tha Ja kaoa raaolutmna rcia-.lag ta tha aabj?ct of >a??ry. at rordlallf appc va tha craduet of tha lion. W r. I all, oar roptaiontatlr* In C?agr<-a*. l.rliaTlng ha hat l.?a? ;a??ra'd hr tha nr'M principle* a( tha democratic i arty.aa l .aa, at all liaw. held hiaiaolf aa the aerraat of the people, eaiij and wiling to uht; ihalr imtrueuoaa, aad haa boa a, ird ?lll la, onr lalthfal rapreaentviT*. That ?e approaa |ha eouraa taken by tha Ilia. I> R. AtI una. Jm. s. Craan, and ? IV lull, ?a the graal (ueatl oi . thick tiTt teaa hrr.ntht forward la t'ongraaa. Knr'itaa or tni Tn n.orit -The Boitini Ciafi" >f ilia lift nit . anja . On paaamg through Ulali atrcat pooterday our attention w>< Jrian to a crowd ah nit h* door of th* Merchant* l,ln? T'lograph. who. from hardy Ippearanea Of tho ini n their br?nao heal, ind ImplnmnLa of work, aa?m*d bout upon * roe nmrrcctlonary mntatnrtl Public curioaity wit. iiownar, noon allayed. wh<?ii on Injulry. the? Tonnd that force* ao gathere I wi-r* not to iiarch for the annotation of Cuha but to annei Uallfai and pr1n?l|>al plan-i o( Canadt with lha 1 nitc l tila'ea. by mean* of a now Una of tola^r^ph from Portland to Itoaton. working In MiMctloa with ho M- rrharta Lino- forming part of Henry O'Rellly'f (llantlr. I.ako and Telofrajih rarfe Tho forao ret.>red to. number lug ov?r eighty nn-n atarti d at fnur >'r|ock on tha Kaatern railroad and thla. with tha 'ctrr alraidy on tha groiin l will no d"uht pot tho llna n working ardrr from fortland to Itoaton within tha Dajt tan daya, which if tho time epeciBrd for it* completion. The ?o{Jf. K.) of tha lat in?t. atyi : ' -Tho wlroa of llotMo'a lino i f telegraph ara being Irting npon tho poata and will bo In operation bowren Ibia city and Buffalo In about thrao wooka ? the wire weigh* about ?n> |b? to tlia mile, an I wo an;lrlpato that tho " printing lelograph " will not bo ong in a*cnring tlia ronflilono" of tho pnMIe by It* ii curacy Drnoklyn City Inlrlllfrnrr. Tn* Cot a t a Iho ri'gular atnntWy torm of tha City ourt. bofor<-Jutlgo tlrr? nwooj. r .tiitnencr* tliia mornng Aa thla la th<-l> rm for the tranaactlon of erimilal bnainaaa tho trial of Drnry for baaing oonntorfolt rrnoy In hla poaaoaalon. will probably ho called on. lllbotigb It la douhtfiil wln ther the partioa will bo <?dy Tho Clrcnit ?'ourt and <"<>nrt of tlyer an J I Ttrmlnor wli; alao romiuonm lt? ie?-lon to-day faa**?r> A firman, nanto unknown ??? found I row noil, on Saturday mornl'^ J*"t, "t the f.x>l f Montagu* ftroot Coroner llail (iel.l an ln.|ttr?t np n ho body Tho doreaaod lia<l on :> pair of ditrk pwnta* oona nnd a blue not ahlrt lie aaa about forty St* ; tiara of apro. At* foot ton Ineliea in tialght. hr >wn lair and ? hiakora; had boon In the watar throo or four aoka Verdict, found drownad Cot t tarn*.? A pair of *|>lr!ted h'>rao* attarhed t? a igbt *B|iti rim* daahlng down Fulton atroot. nn atnrday iiiitht at about el.-lit " clock and mooting >n? of th* Hodford omnlbneea tho fora ahea-l of the aagoiiatrnrk ooo of th<- atago boraoa kn?ekHi^ hltn town, and (haltering tho lighter tohlel* to atoma Tartttnatoly no poraon waa in tlia wag .n The bona aa r< naldoraMy Injureil Tn* l.*?t Pan l?t tt ?Her John P Clroon*. paator dtbcVlrat Motho<||*t Congri^iatlonal Chwrcb y??<?>r. lay pr< ached the funeral aormrn af Bamn*l Mott, who am* to hi* doath about two wooka ago. In c <nM^iiaaei| t if a gwnahrit wound rociitod while an an atewralon <* hi. p'? llead Bay The dl<coUric waa liatcatd to grlxin iho mo*t prtifrvtid attention, I ERA] ,.... ( L-, . j i |l| jl?imrn|t a n n va?1c nw obxat lnfihishicd citt?thb rfkokts makino TO CUMFUKTR IT, KTC. The improvements going on in buildings in the lower part of the city, and particularly between the llerald office and the Battery, are numerous and important. The two and three story buildings are built upon and raised to five stories, or they are entirely probtrated and re-built to double their former height. Sometimes you will see a building undermined, and the principal story, if it be of brick, replaced with granite, aud if it be of granite, per hapa iron ia substituted. We wish we could say bo much for the taste of the architecture as for the zeal in increasing the dimensions. All the orders and styles of ancient and modem architecture are mixed up together in "most admired disorder." The Gothic with the Ionic, the graceful Corinthian with the Egyptian, and the Elizabethan with some others that never had a local habitation or a name. The rnge is now for large stores, and for facing them with brown stone. These buildings generally present a hoary, gloomy, appearance. Iron is rapidly gaining ground in the public estimation. It seems it is cheaper, while at the same time it is something new. Some think it is handsomer, too, than ttone. In this, we beg leave to differ, but dt t^uttibu* non duputandum, there is no disputing about tastes. There is a difference of opinion, however, upon a more serious and substantial matter. While some hold that the iron is proof against tire, others maintain that it will crack with intense heat, and springing either out or in, the building will be sure to fall. There has l>een no test as yet by actual experiment. Iron buildings are a novelty in the world, even in New York. The first of them was erected about two years ago, at the corner of Duane and Centre streets, by the manufacturer himself, for his own use. Since then, there have been stores erected of the same material?one in Barclay street, running to Vesey, another in Washington street, and one in Broadway, occupied by Mr. Miller, near Courtlandt street. But pillars of iron for the principal stories, have becomc quite fashionable for stores. There is one cause which has powerfully operated in the First ward, and, indeed, in the city generally, as an incentive to the erection of larger buildings on the sites of smaller ones, and that is the great advance in renU and the prices of lots. People must take in some additional space from the sky, to make house property pay, or, where there are leases, to enable the lessee to discharge his obligations. Many of those who arc net immediately interested in the improvements going forward, are much dissatisfied at the obstructions of the streets, including the sidewalks, and they exclaim that New York will never be improved, for every year, the improvements are on the increase, as if all that had been already done was worse than useless. It seems somewhat like Penelope's web, of which there was as much unravelled every night as woven in the day, so thut the web never finished. Hut the comparison is not exactly apropos, for there is always more built up than wh it is pulled down, and the city is growing all the time, with an amazing rapidity. There can be no surer indication of the giant strides to prosperity of its trailing and commercial interests, which, "cribbed, cabined, confined," cry out for more room, as they well, vcar after year, beyond their former dimensions. This consideration reconciles the inhabitants oft Jot hs m to any preaentdiscomfort or inconvenience thev may sufler through the growing process, from bad to good, from good to better, and from better to liest. There is one observation, which may not v* **? thai *11*41 111 HO(fl* 01 the buildiii;;* now going tip, there is very little regard paid to the durability of tha struotu'rs, or the lives of the peoj>fc, The wall* are built slijjhtiv and ?q ii)N(1y, tlint they are oy no means sufficient j tonistain tkc weight put 111011 them; and in lh( event of a strong gale of wind, or their exposure 10 the action of fire, they will assuredly come down w ith a crash. Either the authorities now entrusted with this muter are not doing their duty, or they have not sufficient power to interfere, and in thit cake they ought to be armed with additional power, or sum new officer ought to be created, whose duty it would be to take cognisance of the manner in which all new buildings are constracted. Let us advert to nome of the recent im;>n>vemenfs between Fulton street and South Ferry. It ia not King since we published an account of the new buildings in the lower part of the city. We now notice only those just completed, or in progress of erection. In Whitehall street a magnificent store h is h?en o far finished, that the firm lor whom it was erected are now in occupation. It has two fronts, one In W iter and the otln i in Pearl, being I IK feet long and Ul feet wide. It is six stories high. the principal t tory being iron, and the remainder of the building faced with brown stone. The wall is 22 inches thick, ami it it built in the strongest manner. The doors, which are of iron, fold neatly into the iron pillars during the day, and are thus completely out of the way. and when the s^tre is shut, the front is all flush, having the appearance of an iron wall without any door. The cellar ia one of the finest we ever saw ; it is capable of containing ?00 hog?heads of br*ndv. This building is a wholesale grocery More, built by Mr. States M M>aad. for Sackett, Belcher tc Co. The architect is Mr. J. B. Corliea. In the sun e street, and at the corner of Stone street, there is another very handsome four-story store, the principal story and the window sills ol the entire building being granite. It is a cotton store, occupied by Mr. Franklin. In Stone street, a | f? w yards from this, a very large store ia in progress of erection. It is to have a brown stone front, to I e four stories high, 30 feet wide, and feet long. It is the pr??perty of Mr. Co*. Next to it the ground is tteing cleared for the erection of a similar building. Coming to |.roadway, we find that No. 1, or the Washington lintel, with which there are so many historic memories associated, has Just received two additional stories, and now looks a far handsomer building than it was, while it is certainly more convenient and profitable. The lower pirt of the buiklirg remains in the same state in which it was when Wathmgton made it his headquarter", with the exception of the front room on the principal story to the left hand as you enter bein$ elevated above the room to the rear, where the bar ia situated, and having an ascension from the latter bv means of i-teiw It is now u*?-.| m a rending room. That legation i? to br removed by in** preaent occupant. The octangular rtHiin to the far or llatt?ry aide of the building, which un<1 to look out upon the apacious biy, hi* lif'-n prostrated, and a magnificent billiard room, in which there are two new table*, (reeled in ita atcad. Thia howae wm built by Captain Kennedy, in I7J?, and waa occupied by the |*overnor? of New Yoik. under the Uritioh lias, un to Ibe revolution, and during the revolution, till th- Kng1i<b nrmy evacuated New York. It wa? known a? " the (internment House." It waa in the room of thi* hou?e, known a* No. I, and which is to your right on the principal floor a? you enter, tint Arnold'* plan was concocted, and hi* intermw* held with Major Andre and Lord I lull. Arnold came there he left the American army, and reaided in it till he went to Europe. It waa taken i*o?ae?M?>n of by Washington, on bia return from Hoaton, aad occupied for a abort time aa hi* head^junrtera. It waa tb< n OMped by Natliam* I I'rvme; then by I'.dwatd i'lwne, and then by Mayor Mickle ; and for the last twelve m<<nth? it baa l>ecn occupied by Major Harriett, who baa effected the preaent improve menla. Ita massive wall* preaent a striking contrail to the alight building* that are Iwing erected in tbete daya. There waa an old vault in it, fu?>r feet thick, which ban been removed to make ro? in for aoincthing more um ful. While in tlua vicinity, ami nearly opposite the Washington Hotel, we noti ed un nnpro\ i?ment of an ornamental kind goin? forward, which waa much nee ded, and vv hich will add materially in tlee beamy of Ibe locality. It is the repairing of the fountain of the Ik>wi,ng t?r*en, which had lieen den,oh- bed by mine <.otha of the former Corpora* tion, and which ha* he-n ordered to l?e put in action rgain by the preaent Common Council, and the 'ireen to be ornaltiT'ed find properly liken care of Tht* waa due to the inbahitanta of that part of itroadway T I e three-at< ry building, S7 Hroadway, formerly rrxnpied by Mra. Montfon, a l-rcnch lady, aa a hcrrt, ni'W lw>ing prostrated, to rrnke roe in for a l?rge More, twenty-nine feet front, and tw< hundred feet deep It will run clenr through to Trinity |4aee. It will be live atone ? h'irh. be?h)? ?lf 'iiieit and au^-relUi lt*iUitavea i LD. V r TWO CENTS. I brown stone front, and two of the stories in Exchange alley will also be f^cetl with the same im> terial. It is to be a dry goods store, and to be occupied bv Bulkley 6c (.Inttin, who bought the lot. I The builder is George Iliggins. The two Miiall two story stores, at 101 Broatlway, are prostrated, and one, live high, iM about to be erected in their stead. Two n?-w fetores are being erected on the site* of 200 and 202 Broadway, the former occupied b|r the Apple tons, and to be enlarged for their im, from three to five stories. On lot iW2 is lo b? erected a dry goods store, of the same height, for Mr. Cleveluud. lioth to be faced with brow? tone. In Jolui street "he stores ?, 11, and 13 are being raised o?e story higher; and store SI, at the corner of Nassau street, has been undermined for the purpose of substituting granite tor brick in the pruMtpal story. The three story-stores, 52 an<! 5-1 Nassau street. sre prostrated^ and are to l>e raised live stories high. uimi iiiiiy-siA irn iu iium, iur one slop*, tor Ihuim A: Solomon*, who occuppv the stationary and fancr store opposite. It ia to be a very handsome brick structure, to have sixteen douMe windows and casements, with stone copings, und revolving shutters, to be relied in by a windlass, and thus removed from the weather. The glass is to be heavy plate. It is to be finished by the first of August. The owner is C. .Smith, of Maiden lane. The building 58 Nassau street, corner of Maidea Inne, formerly occupied by Weyman <fc Co., as a fashionable clothing establishment, has had tks granite pillars removed from the principal etory. and iron is beinj substituted instead. It is alas being enlarged in the rear, and a story is added. It is to lie occupied as an India rubber store, by a linn from New Grunswick. A new More is !>emg erected in Maiden laae, within one door of William street. Upon the site of the Second Ward Hotel, No. 87 Nassau street, an immense store is to be erected, running back 70 or NO feet; and alongside of it* No. 85, is to be erected another of the same dimensions. We have recently noticed the fact of twa magnificent stores about being erected at the corner oflireenwich and Courtlandt streets, to be faced with brown cut stone. On the corner ot (ireenwich and Falton streets, the Ocean Bank, a live story building, faced with brown stone, is ia progress of erection. Nos. 1H0 and 190 Fulton street, have had granite inserted in the basements and princiiial s.ones, instead of brick, and are otherwise improved. All these facts, collected but from one end of New York, namely, that part south of Fnlton street, added to the new stores described some three or four months since, indicate a progress ia building improvements unexampled even in thi* go-ahead empire city. Tbeetrleel end Musical. Tiikatbf.?'Tlie performances at this theatre are exceedingly attractive The piece selected lee this evening Is Shakspeare's tradegy of "Othello." The esst is excellent?Mrs. Hsmblin as Desdemona, Mr. 1 lam bin as Othello, Mr. Wallaek as fago, Mr* Wallaek as Kmellns. and Mr. f.seter a* <'a?slo. This indeed, will be a rare treat, anil no doubt will be the means SB crowding the Bowery Theatre The amuMUienUolose with the comedy of- Dr. Dllworth." Broadway Tmiatib.?The character of the sntsrtaiainent* given at this establishment are each as mas* always draw large aseemblages. Messrs. Marshall aed Barrett ars untiring in their elfrrts to make the Broadway attraetlve. by the engagement of the best telset tlist can Ix procured in the country Mr. Hudson appears. tht? evening, in the drama of ' St Patrick's Kve," and also In the farce of Th? Irish Men,"?ia the tint lie appears as Mnjor O'Doli'-ity and in the last a* Tim >loore In those plt-ces he will Introduce several of bis admired melodies, wbisli hs sings so swesUy. Niblo'sOabdk*.?This beautifnl establishment Is eosr the resort of hundreds The dramas selected for this evinlng sre the "Perlous Family,"' and the afterpiece of "Not a Bad Judpe '' In these piecca, Messrs Chippendsle. Brougham Befton. Nlrkin?on. i.ynn.and Reynolds. Miss Mary Taylor. Mr* Vernon. Mis* Nickioson, Mr* Befton, nnd other*, will appear. It cannot be said but that the cast* in either bioch will b? well sosUined. Between the play and aft?rpiee?, there will be half an hour's internilsilon for the musical promrnade and refreshment. i'Bi*?'s Tiirsvsr ?No sooner has one sttrastioa ceased at this popular resort, but another suocseis. a eosnedian who l? ho-t In R Placid* He ?ill appear to night a* Colonel Hardy; Vurton (ik l'aul l'ry, Ciaike u t rank Hardy, and Mr*, llu-aell aa Harry Stanley Mlta Walter* and M Fraderict will dance tha I'at d>' Tarantula.'' M laa II will eing a n<'? bulled, and the entertainment! will doee with in " Alarming Sacrifice " National Thkaidk.?The aiirreae of thin theatre ! much owing to good management. The piece* ara light *n<l amnting and the acton are ail good coatdlane Thle evening the performance* will rommnQM with the " Invincible*.1' which will be eueceeded by th>- drama of the Female Uuard.'1 in which Mia* A. t'ruife will euetain the part of Aladdin The tcenery in thin piece la ciPellent and th" dreaeee enperh Thn mueeuient* will cloee with The 8ecre?." A Baa bill tor one night. Cnatrrv'i Oriai lloiar - The admirers of genulna u.gro mel.vllea will be delighted by n call to I'hriaty'e, thie evening. The pr> gramme for thie evening ia e?. cxdingly attractive. it contain* many of their boat a?ng? fleet, and chonteea. btrldea varloua inatran<< utai performance* On Mri* I'lerce'* Mlnatrel* announce that they will <Mir|>io? a 11 tliclr former effort a thle evening Xoree Miya he will aacend two note* higher in hie fata.-lta voice. and Lewie eaye h<* will exhibit th" beautiful aeeoinpllidimi nt of dancing Miiom'ji White* H> renal.ra are drawing well, at M ll"Wfty Their elnglng and dancing are much admired. Ciimraa Mi att x - The Rell Ringer* having left, ail thr tuhinDalilri arc now engaged in ?letting lite iittlw Cfcincte beauty Itwt there are other Interesting e?rioeltle* which can aJ?o be ?een at the Milium Aatiairaw Mi ni * - Thle "id and favorite roewrt having hi-n con-id. rahly enlarged and th? thealra made cic-dlngly beautiful will. w? are informed, op< n in a few daye. Dtxin'i r.iu ai.ti eNi* M'?? w? Thi* b*a itlftal and popular e*tabU*hm? tit continue. to attract ilia Duel full and reapertal.le audience* The entire He. pit in frnf are re-engaaed for a limited period, and are aided hy Mr and Mr* U llolinaii. whom Mr Iturt< n hna i narntcd to -pare for a eh .rt tint" Tha g< tiuine l.aiire*blre B< II Hingera who have drawn eoeh large and admiring audiences in this city, p-rftraa there ?Tery afternoon Cu<h attraction', fir the low price of admixaiAn are unprecedented and Ihe great m. ceea > f VarOtim * eat abllahm.-nt In the <jnak'-r pity t r>?l.n>low*rth> j^rfeet avalanche of patroaa that elU f our Into th> American Mua-um when, with lie e|?. gant addttlona and improvement*. It I* again tbrowa < I < u to tha pablic Poller Intelligence. .f.teat rw Aaipiwe Captain < arpenter. of th* Fifth waid arr. "ted yeater'laj au oil Frenchman hy th? nan.e i f Franela Mebllle re? at No 17 White, on ? of having eMen a p.wkethook contal'ilnf |3mi, the property of Jallna C.-rf reaiding at Ma J 1* l.lte atre-1 Th' parti.-a yeet? iday afern 'i werw all hr'.ught ba fore Jaatlee l.othrop. and the followingfa?M related Mr. t'erf atateil that he and a friend ?bout eleven o'clock on Fim lay morning, w.-re a* oil e?. r hanging eo*t?. and Oerf l?ok off hla cat ft>r Ida frie t>al to try on hut before doing an, he removed fn?m the tide poeket hla h.? k eontaliiinji th above turn of mrney and laid the eemeon the table Aa ?->n a? h.a fllnid pnt on the coat they retired Into the adjnltilig room. |o have the oplnl m of the landlady, who on proit * ??,..! ft pi turn. <1 jrn.n t f> Dip r > im. anil there aa? feblHe alttlof on til -ofa u**t tha t*W?, where the poeketbnnk w*a |.-ft Mr Ccrf f >r I lie Moment. <11)1 D"t NTnll'Fl about the poekotl>ook. put in bl? n?t w*1* inj lifl lh? hw with hl? Mend. Put after walking block <>r two t'erf mi??el lit* li nt ml ww-j an<l rfturtril immrlialelr bark to tli* hnw ifrtliif to n- It im th? t?bl? No book h >* Mff ?> to be ae. n mi l Ml'plelon at nttiv r?*Mi npov Pibllle. *ho wa? taki-n Into ru-tojjr on the > barga 4. narrb warrant waa I?mikI l?y Ju?tlr? t.othrop. to *ar? It the pr?mlae? occupied by l*ehii|e M No If It hit? atrvet The irru**<l m< <1 taux i| in ruatodf til th* prrwit .fn 'il </ a Fngilif ~ Ofllrff Mn'oH of the fifth ward police arreated Inl?r4iy a man by the nana of t'.dward P W h?rl?r, on ? rharn>- nf hating commitl?d (rind larceny. In Paragot* county, thi? State. Intrlllgrmr. frrtrwr Corar ?i mr tut to St?tr? M?? If N#St>7 W m II Marriott ? f W Urune at al Tn error to the Circuit I'nirt of the lotted fttatea T-<r Mar?b??4. Mr JuMIca Woodbury 'lelleored the opinion nf IW> Court aflli mine th" judgment of aald Circuit Court In thl?c?u?e with coata No -Jltn Th* t nlted H'ataa tn. II Pouthmayd et al In error lo th?' Circuit Court of the t nlted fttotea f..r v rk Mr Justice Woodbury dellnred th- opinion of thla Court. a?i?l?g th* ji.'lf Iiirnt of the ?al'l Circuit l'?Wt In thla rauaa Ho. I nlted HUte. ? .1 ) Roberta et !. Inwrmrto the Plr-till Court of th- I nitedSMatea f.?r llllnola Mr. Juntlce Wayne d.llTcrrt the opinion of thla Co?rt ! trrilpi the Judgment of the aold Circuit I'otrt and ? tramline thla -mi" forftartberptnee. dlnga In eo?f.r?|. I? to th- oplnl <n f thl? Court No 11.1 R II l.??b. It ?t at ? Win c.hi ?lln Mr Chief Junica T*n?w d< lirired tha '|. in ion thi'l'ourt. directing ?n afUrm afire in?w?-r to the .|???tl?n acfct up by tha Circuit Court of the foiled flt*ti for M iryHn?l No WV W?. Hinnaital * 0. W l.awrcncc On motion. Iwowa rrantid lo aubmlt thta rauac on nr*utcd wrfuma?ta during the nr*t term No lit J / RrtuMf t ?ip<lant<, ? .< K CtlllM The |rf???*t ( IM| f*M4c vim r '?c!uded.

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