Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 17, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 17, 1855 Page 1
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THE NEW TOOLE NO. 6929. MORtflNG YORK HERALD. EtHTION? FRIDAY, AUGUST 11 1*& ?CB ?> ?? ADVERTISEMENTS RENEWED EI?KT EAY. XBW PVBUCATIOai. IVf ' IT BIJ8HKD? TOE IU VEKttM jg! ".SCHOrrwCT*. +9 ? by Julius Hot*, 25 ceats. We consider thin t!w inl'lint Schottiscli we hare published for a long time' fiiuic teachers, by calling, or Minting tlieir cards, will receiv a copy gratU? Cards from the country must be accompanied with three cento, to pay the postage. COOK ft BKO., Music Dealers, 343 Broadway. Tie j-cience or ijtehjuiy wareake ? " thhrk is certainly no one who could be more properly held a pitM a pattern to our young jnen for moral courage," ? ^Wsshington Spectator .now Pt Btisiren, MhllOIItS OF BENNETT AND Hl.i TlMJU. " "With a fine Medallion I'ortrait; 488 page<. Price ?i A&tAUUllBUI AUOMJOXU t In accordance with the plan to show all aides of the I'm-. en the icmarkable " Jf'moiri of Jame* Gordon Bennett." just pubii-h-d, tlio Sunday aewJiiarers of the ci(y cannot well be aeglectod. The poblic wULMWrtve that a flood of reliable ci iticism luta beed (JflreYoefore them. airosg enough to overwholm any ordinary work I still the hoot token a ijnu position, as might be expected front the manner in which it is written. The brllliint judgment of these critics, presented in their usual dig nified and polished style, are e\pre*s<-d in a few choice . ^ selections, serious enough to thoso who hare not exa mined the work, which lias lieen subjected to the runu'ng fire of the idvaaee guard in literature. The following are the reports of the M(*KinnT AO/.:s*r sn-.i^ropoi.. Hie Sunday Courier astonishes those who hare read the work by the following candid avowal of its remarka ble opiaiiua "It contain!) not a solitary item of information in re ference to the notorious editor of tho ilerald which the public did not know perfectly well already; it gives us nothing new in relation to the times of Bennat, nor of his chaiacter, course, or antecedents, while it contains any quantity ot falsehood* and iaponceivablo stupidities." None of these have been pointed out? but who that baa not read the book will be aware of the truth on this point? Ita ?undav Mercury thua disposes of tho subject and the hoik:? " "Mr. Penaett'a memoirs come to us sa illustrating the career of a foreign adventurer who has literally retarded the full development of our institution*. "However, books like the one under notice always have * quliW aale. We suppose the memoirs will not b? an exception to the rule. It will be read, live its brief da;-, and 1h' n be dismissed to rest with the similar reveal meats of a ttrceley and n Wyckoff." The Hunday Times is gratified to indulge in opinion* ?xaetly like the other Tim-fa (singular coincidence) which, it is fair to say, are condensed in the following word*, written with much d'esprit: ? "Of these memoir*, however, we would speak, could me find in them anything worth either special praise or eneeiHl censure. But they defy, in their aole.nn common pWenes* all serious criticism. They are wholly destitute of Intercut either of a good or evil tendency. They are a ?oold, vapid mass of verbal inanity. They Live not char acter eao"gh to act es nB opiate. " Tlte Sum'ay At la*, however, proceeds in a different vein, aud doe* not fee through " atupldiilcs " or "false hood!-." I'eople' must wonder at Ha opinions in opposi tion to it* somewhat enlightened brethren. "He has probably received more blackguard abuse than all the rest of the "dttors cut together, and is pro bably u* good a man a* nine-tenths of them, and better than one-third, l'robably, Could the private character -Mr. EMMett b" known. It might oaute certain moral nMlofnphcr:' to blash for shame at their own deformity. The 'Journalist-' ? whoever he is, we know not ? says that > ' the execution of tho veirk Is a spontaneous act of lite ?rety justice, which, it ii hoped, will carry along with it ? internal evidence of tbis fact, and not a feir valuable les ions.' The Uttor has been toithfully performed, and we ?dMbt. not the book will And thousands of readers in all ? far/sot the enun+ry. The volume, however, is not only ?a UnparU'il IJograuhy of Mr. Bennett, but forms an in twMting history of the period during which he has been in active life, rrr ooMevted with the press of this city, with aotices of the-moet prominent public mea of the day, with whom he has been In on" way or another associat-d, (teat political movfmepts, public improvements, kc. The volume is very handsomely gotten up, and U embellished with a very excellent me.lalHon likeness of Mr. Bennett. To the Journalist* of the I'aited states, to whom the book iededkated, it will foi-m a very valuable work of STHIMiKR * TOWNt?ND, Publishers, 122 Broadwav. The work will be for sale by all bookseller*, travelling its, car agents, newspaper agents and carriers every aaeats. Whet*. B ? ? Ttrenlsrs fr?rnl?b?d nn ?yiiU??i(nn m KBW.UUM. dh A AA RI.WARD.? LOST, ON WEDNESDAY, BE dD~Jr vf v iwcen the hour 4 of 12 end 1 o'clock, in going Irom feS Wall street to tbe rotunda of the Ex change, thence to tho banking bouso of Brown Brothers, S7 Whll (treat, a pack ago of Mil*, labelled 91,655, prising hve *100 billr on tbo American Exchange i, hve >100 bill* on the fhemical Bank, and the re ?w<rfin bill* on various city banks, ranging from 910 to 960. Tbe above reward will 1* pall on leaving the ?M with Archibald Butter*, at the Herald office, or with Brown Brothers, 57 Wall street REWARD.? L06T, ON M"NDAY, 13TH INST., _ between Cedar street and Stateu bland terry, brown mororro pocket book, with memorandum, con taining about $40. A satisfactory description of con teata. and tbe above reward, will be given to any one returning the name to ?. J>Roy, '.1 Naamn street. <& K REWARD.? LOST, ON TCIBDAY, ACUU8T FOCR flpp teentb ; IMS, a rod bull terrier dog. marked, tour ^ite feet and tip of tail wh!t-, and white around his Hack. Whoever will return him to 16 Ooid street, will i?cliTf the above reward. REWARD.? LOST. ON THE 15TH I. VST ANT, A pocketbook, containing a bank bill and a gold ?lied diamond ring, Suppo ted to have been lost in No. i7 CheL-eu line of ?t*g?a M.'onover's), at about J f. M., In Ninth avenue, vicinity of Twentieth ?tr<>et. The above-mentioned reward will be paid to any person who will return tbe mum to O. P. W.. 129 Ninth avenoe. dSff REWARD? liMT, A SMALL SCOTCH TERRIER jjpt) dog. . He aatwers to the name of Jack. Had on a leather strap around hit neck. Whoever will return Mai to 106 West 24th street, "hall receive the above reward. \ REWARD? IAWT. A .-MAI L ACD0PNT BOOK, _ August 14, in going Void Brooklyn to Flatbush. Under will receive the above r'w-ard .ind the thnnka ?f the owner, by leaving tho tame at 191 Middagb street, - "(Ira. D. N. SMTTH. REWARD. - STRAYSD, FROM 60 WALKER n/ ftieet, a mongrel Sewfoani'.land -log, with leather <^iAnr on mark# ? white leg", bieaat.'^J-we and. tin of Uul, all the ether parts are Mack; an<w -r? to the name of Frank. REWARD? IjOsT, YFoTEUDAY, MTH INST., a gold pen. with .v bra^s ->r ? <>mj??itiou holder? ?l?e g|, but 92 will b* givu r its recovery. The tinder WO please send It to 885 Broadway, and receive his re ward aad the thanks of the owner. REWARD ? LOST, A POLICY OF INSURANCE, in going fr^m Wall street, through William and 'rank fort, to l?ari Whoever will return the aameto 379 Pearl street will receive 92 reward. J. HKLMSnCtTER. VO*T ATO P?t!TO.~~ LOT YESTERDAY. ?AN RON SAFE KEY, HALE'S lock No. 0,406. Any per -on having found It will be suitably rewarded by leaving it with Me??rs. Sf*am? k Martin. 144 Water street. T OfrT? A IATTTER MAILED FROM PHri.ADKI.WIA 1 J ea tbe 2d July, containing H, L. IJpman's note, jrler of H. L. Upman, March 10, at months, for tw ? Hundred and thlrty-reven dollars ?Uty-8r? cents ad -liaaaed to Meaers. Denison k Blo?se, New York. All per soaa are cautioned against negotiating said. T OET.? IJ5FT. OS TtTSSDAY L VST, rs ONE OF THE I A Fourth aveaue cars, a par -el cont.iialag a lot of ?M gUvrr. Ihe finder will be suitably rewarded by lea* ag rt at Bowery, Ot at 209 Broadway. JOHN OH. x <**T? A BIACK OPTRA -iIA-?. IT WAS LEFT IN I a oar of tbe <anal and Hud?n street ?tag-\ on Wedaeaday evening. The finder witl bo liberally reward -d by living It at 2? Water -ire^t. -f OPT? ON Tl'L-DAY MORNlNt), IN MAHJjUBFS 1 J saloon a little gold bracelet. The An lar will grant ? very great hror to th? owner (who valuei it v?ry much, being a jne ent from a frlea?l.) by returning It t" Mr. MxilUrn. HI Broadway. Lfcr? anwnof iai wiw thirteen! H ?reet. Math aveaue and Carmine (treet, a lady 'a gold watch and chain. The Under trill b? il>)?raily rewarded by railing at the above address, or 12A Maiden lane. Bp ?tab*. Leer? NEAR PEARL <)R BUCKMAN 9TREKIB A pocket book, containing with other matt r, a check, <the payment ot which h.? be?n it pp-l,) dmwa by F. W. Fay fe Co. on Market Bank. f?.r ?4T Vi-luo Tlie rt oiler will be rew aides! by leaving the above at 91 Moa roa street . puths cum. ? PTaYINO CARDK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION P?* -A.IE at the I'aWm Card Man ifaet-iry 177 aad 179 Orani ?neet, aear Broadway, including -'ngl- aad doable he?4. ormmeated aad plain and Spanish cards. A superior -article of linen faro cards. n?U sea>oaed aad warranto* not ts warp, aiade eaprassly tkt dealing. ____ SIF HSKER AN1? ENtiKAYKK ? II. FKB'VD would most reapeetfally Inform 111* fr'*-'vl 1 and o<i< la geneia>, tl. at 1?> has rrm<'^l h?- ofll- ? to 'J9 Ana street, aar??d leer, Jwhere he will be most htpyi- t< receive their ordet? IKes <4 the latnet etylea f ?' Jewe're ggoMpnttj op baud AU or iters fuactoallj (UnM \<j, IBS 0L9 JOttl STREET HETHOO^T ETHCO riL liuii . Itu. tgratton MMtiig AgilMt tta Proposed EM uoTnl? Hlitory of the Okl Church, 4tc. Tbe members and congregation of the Old John itrcet Methodift fcpuco] ill Church, adrerae to Ita expropria tion. and other* in fnTor of retaining that place of wor ship ?n curb, met last evening in public meeting t<> Hi' ten to a Matory of tbe church and of the exiating diffi Cuttle* in connection with it* propoaod sale. "Dip follow irgLs the call by whkb the meeting wn? convened:? 61 D Jews i*niaet M. P. Cnrivu, asd Fiwt i* tub Isrno PrAii*.? The member* and congregation of tbl* clu rcb, and all who are tu favor of retaining that t.rae honored sanctuary in its present location, will hold .1 publle meting in the Greene atreet M. E. church, between Broome and Spring street*, on Thursday even ing. August IS, at 7 H o'clock, when a full lilHory of tbe church, including the existing difficulties ocea aim.ed by an attempt to *ell it, will be riven. All the clergy of the city are Invited to attend. V. H. ? Suit able accommodation" for the press. Hy order of the Committee of Arrangement*. ? JAMFS T. BAR-VIS, Chairman. Fworso.N, Secretary. )e attendance w:i? numerou* and influential. Over ftp pulpit or reading desk win hung a drawing, in water color*, of (be old church as it originally ?tood. The meet ing wns presided over by Mr Noah Warren, and iho fol lowing gentlemen were mimed Vice President* and liocre tary??. . Ylie Pfteidents ? W. W.Cornell. John Stephenson, W. 1). Mtidmor^, <_i. 1}. rUeoaivay, Anthony Cune. Fecretarr? J' bn A. Muilh. 'lhe progestin g* were opened by prayer by th^H?v. C. C. I elgh. - ,v - The Ha Dr. Mrrauu. then addre**ed the meeting. He Mid.: ? The first Me uodiat society In Netv York and in Ameri ca, wan I'rgmiizid in 17f>fl, by a few Methodist immigrants fr< m Ireland, 011 e ot whom? Philip Embury ? was a Wos. l?\an iucfll preuthar, ari l a hou'e carpenter. An elderly lilav, icrpntly from Ireland. who found several of her newly antred friends engngedinfi game of cards, after ? dverely rebuking ihcni and throwing away the cards, has - tf red tothehonaeofMr. Kinbury" and exhorted hiui to use all hit Influence nnd efforts to reclaim her straying tri'nds. He r.greed to hold a meeting in his own house, ai'.uatfd in Auguftta atriet (then Harrack street,) th? lulj pledging herself to collect tlie congri'gation. St* iin!'. atloudea the Sift meeting, who, nftcr a suitable e\ hottation from Mr. Kinbury, enrolled their iiatn-e In a claaa, and resolvedf to attend regularly at hi* houre for religious Instruction. Shortly after, a more c< minodloua room obtained in the nolglib'irliood. While worshipping in thi- room, during singing on one occasion, a man in full military uniform made hi* ap pearance among them, to their great consternation, ibis i;eii'!eman proved to be Captain Webb, of the Royal American troop*, nnd barrack master at Albany, who had Us-n converted in Kngland, und'r Mr. Wesley, iu 1709, and abort ly after appointed to Ultt post at Albany. Ho labored with great fervor and success in the infant so ciety at New York, to whoae aid hi' had hastened unou learning the facts of it# formation. Military u??n at TtiaU time upi eared at all time* in their regimentals. J Tlo appearance In the pulpit of a man thus attliod, with his nword lying before biin beside bis Bible, attracted gteat attention and excited curiosity. Soon lifter tbf commencement of the labors of (Captain We ib, t) e old nail loft in W illiam street ? then Cart and lioreo strict ? was secured. for the bettor acc?in.'iio<lation of their inclining numbers. There Mr. Kinbury and Capt. V i bb continued to prracli with great auooeaa. About thla time they entertained tiie id"* of buiidlug it house for public worship, Messrs. I.upton. iSourev, Newton. While, Jaivia, and a few more, wore the person* engag'1" in erecting the first Methodist church in AriM-rir*. Of these, William I.upton. n very re-pectablc merchant, proved himself the chief age ut and support, whose maxim, It is I-Iild, was, 'The church firat,and then my family." Through the interest of Captain Webb they procured lots on Golden Hill, which was a rising ground near the bor ders of the city, (now named Join street). Th<) house wus 42 by 60 leet. The projector* of this enterprise en. coun'eiejl very great opposition, and yet tucc*ss crowned their eff<rrt*?^tathe 30th day of (Jolober, 176H, Mr. Em bury delivered MBtMrar from the pulpit whicb ho had himself constructed. Mar ing that tue best dedication of a church the minister cm make, is to preach in it a faithful sermon. By the Joint labors of Kinbury and \Yi ldi all the barriers of th.' ^nemywrere overcame. the w ciety rapidly increased, and WnbueU abu ed linUio iists began to apj.e?r as a Wy w respectability and UtOiuiicv. Ibe bouse occupied as the parsonage stood partly before the front of the church, sail wus ii building in tbf antique style uf tho i)uteh. * It also contained the Methodist library. Two additional lot* en the left side were purchased after the HovolnUm, for ?.100. Hit interior :cma<Kod many years uiilini h si. Ibe gallery lisd no breastwork nor stair* to ascend to it. toy s, however, would mount by a ladder, and sit there upon *h" platforms. The audience r<?uu for a long time 1 ad only trenches, witliout evru a liauk piece to recline against, ro homely was the place which the Almighty deigned to lu nor in the commencement uf tho glorious work that has resulted in the building up of a church of neatly a million and a half of communicants, extending over all the United States and Territories, and through out the British Provinces, and whi'h now owns nearly one- third of the church edifice* of this great nation. According to the colonial law none but the established service conld performed, in what was ooniaonly called a church, on I place* for publU worship belonging to dis senter-, bad therefore to have some appendage about tbew, which should cause them to be classed among or diraiy dwelling* ? when it ? as m-eessary to affix a lire l'a< ?? and chimney to the Methodist church, merely for the purpose of eluding so tyranieal a regulation. In Tsults beni-ath the has<ment, bodies of the dead were deposited. Wesley's Chapel, as they called It, bore upon the whole an appearance as plain and simple as the lives of Its prrdictors. Mr. Kinbury and Captain W? bb wrote to Mr. Wesley, In Kngland, for assistance, who in 1710 -ent Mr. ltichard Hoardman and Mr. Joseph liiman, to their assistance, and fifty pounds sterling, (oyer >240) to aid them in paying for the church. Captain Webb was the largest subscriber to the finds of the church His subscription was ?30, that of William Lnpton ?10 and thit of .fames Jarvi* ?10. with a great number of others f om ?1 10a. to Is. (VI. The following motto was Inscribe I on the tablet pi , ed on its front: ? "According to this time it shall be said, what hath Hod wrought?? Num. xxlil. 23." The church wis rebuilt in 1817; and in 1041. after the street was widened, tho present edifice was erected on the old site, with the fol lowing appropriate motto, taken frfwi the cxxxil. I'salm: ? Thie is my rest forever ? here will I dwell." Thi* w*t a most unequivocal avowal on the part of the trust**.* who then held this church In trust for the peopl<* who wor shipped within its consecrated walls, that they mad1* no other arrangement than that It skoaM, till the latest 'lay of time, occupy its present p?>itk>n. Tie uptown mania which, for a tew years past ha# seized, with resulta so tatsl, nearly all the !t"'e?tant^hurche<, had not at this time, 1941 developed even Its premonitory symptoms io the board '?f trustees i^this venerable old churr-h. "Her* will I dwell." was the motto <4vfU of them. It is pro bable that not one of tVm for a moment indulged the thonght of devoting tbl* tim^honored. Cod honied edi fice to recular buatne*s and money making artifice. 1 h" d < riling phantom of a magnificent metropolitan ehu'eh had not blinded the moral perceptions of that b-idy of n< ble Christian men. They do doubt felt that though tr< m tkat time on the residents of the loser war Is were to be com p? t*d mostly of the poorer cbfcsse4l yet to th?Mi should the offers of salvatlf'ti Is' perpetuated, on the saiuo site where the first Methodist church ?'as onsec rated. | My time will not allow *ie to j ur sue further tikis imper fect sketch of the history of this first 'if the Ani'-rb-an Meth' dist churches, a joe '.Ion of ,as' ly gr -ater mo ment mnst now occupy the atieotion ofttiis audiene*. Is tlie John ctsoet chnrchstlll needed where It i?lt I answer emphatically it Is. At the turn- tl?e original ?Ub'* tens erected, tlie city wa>> nearly all below the IVk, an] "on talned In 17M, 10,391 souls, aud in 1773 it contained 21 H7t) showing an annual ln< rea. ?? for soi"n'''sn -irs of bit, making the tat Ire population n 17tW ? the year the church was built? 18 491. The > ir.it ward, which lies below Maiden lane and liberty slreet, cynmire 1 in 19f0. 10.754 souls, or l,S!fil more than the population of th' entire city when the John str* t churc!i w is minr'uA, TVs Pecond ward, east of liroadwajr. lying between Maiden lane and .spruce street, contained in 1?V) Iti.dM. l^t* ihlrd ward, west of Bro%dway and between l.iberty and Head' streets, contained In 1H0 10 3M making '.b* total population on the territory occupied by th" ci'y In 17(9 36,704.' or 19.271 more in the thrne war'ls In 1940, than were in tbe entire cite at th- time the John street 'hurrh was erected. Admitting that a small portion of the people in the Third ward would naiursUy attend the I v.'ine strret church In pre'era-nce to John sir"*)" ari l yet It mud be apparent to all who will ??sanilne the figor< e that there *'C now nearly twiee as uitoy I erss.ns to t? reached through the ministry and efforts of the John street chunh as existed In the <lly ot New York at tbe -late of It* ?rec<''>n. But was not the demand for the chui -h much greater l?i in 1941 than now^ This ^neit on will be (?-t ait??r?r| bv comparing th* atatbrties of the pop'ilatl?m We h*V a'ready 'een that the popola'ion of the th r-? I 'W*r wards in 1 160 was3A.7M In 1*40. the Klr?? ward ivm tsined 10 '2Paoula the t**eorel Ward and the Third, II Mil? t'dal In three ward* 29 104, or 9,110 less than at pre ent admitting there ha* )>een no in rear* since UM. But If the increase of population has continued in the same ra'lo since lRKO as between IftlO and 192A then the inerejs e In t>,e three wards since 1*40 aimmnts to 1J, ? U40 or Vda) at this time 40 ?44. The fcet must not be lost night of. that the whole of thi* increase has hee? in the >ir?? ward, whll* the -ecoml and Third hive re mained nearly stationary. The wholeof this word is b? low John ' re*t and tW t<eopie hsre a^<-e?s >o no other M' tho list church e*cept the BethM ship lying a? the f'Kd of CsrU-l* street, and devoted mostly withe -piritnal Interest# of foreign ??. men While tlie population "f U>i* ward In IMo was lt.Art, In 1940 !? h?d Machnd lis 714 an Increase In ten years if f.125 nnd at the pre-ent tli.e with the fame ratio of tnefWee the I' pula'.on of the First ward amount# to 34 3-1, or & mo til I n Inti.e entire city the year the church sun i ,-ectnd. (I'M.) and 19,991 more than in ItW Have i nut sustain*-) my position v I* not 'his elinreh needed where It Is? If there were in 1950, 39,7*4 onls in the thr** lower warde stvl if the Increase of the U't fie* year* has forrespondei with the previous ten, then w< have n> w (l%r., ) 40.944 immortnl, l>ar lemnd l?um?n Ueinga wb mast be saved by tbe gospel of th? grw of ' 'id. or toot forcer |? It not Mceswn there should be a* l-ist-r-e ma I Me' ? '?);*? r ?, ?rc<i in t hen nudstt IV on?*e our M Igtibora 0t tire sister churches ace selling I ot>t or les r,g their v<?era!>l* cHureh ?-tlfices to th< I r* I?? 4 ?v' Jglto* U? ,?s . . ~ like the aggvetlWe charac example in ao i-i angelic*!. io in accordance with the if I ??,r --T Christianity, m> To the pwor the gos declaration of the (rest Teacher, "? ? ' *\rch mutt inii Ml is preached." that the Methodist ?u, 'nner* have tale it J It hi believed that the New York ?. a few not all moved up town, and there are yex is Christian* in the lower wards. If this eonvtc'loi. well founded, there i* yet work for the Meth^U church if these ward*, and the old John street church baa not yet accomplished her ralmion. The trustee* would be much more rationally occupied in tlvvUlu ways and mean* for tb* sptedy erection at another church nearer the Battery, than contending with each other and the people about the disposal of tnc one com !? their trust. The fifth avenue will |et along very well unaided by tho tru-tees of the John atreet church. Let them rather rulfll with integrity the trust reposed in them, or relinquish it to other* who will fulfil ft; but let them forever abandon the thought of ralslug funds fr' in theaale of their church to aid iu the erection of n magnificent edifice iu the court eud of the city, which, in all probability, when completed, wonld not be better filled or more ONeftii than John atreet ia now. In conclusion 1 altiim and challenge aucccaxful contradic tion, that there ia no other point in the United States wlieie the fame number of people are ?o Inadequately supplied with the mean' of grace, through th* agency of the Methodist Epheopal Cnurch, aa tin- three lower ward* of the city of New York, even with John atreet chinch remaining. That removed, and we eea *e to hold uny teimancnt footing in that section of the city. Bi other Medal rom'a>diipi* at the merry of the <)Mnandi of commerce, and mtiy be removed at any time. Hell John stieet church and our glory l* dt'parted. There *Ul tieno Ait lire for Methodism In a aection of the city of New York containing a population of at lea*t 40,000 aouU. The John Mteet church ?t the same lime occupied a moat central position to the great missionary work to wltich Itf futuie should be consecrated. Fa*t *?l we?t, it is not more than one block from the centre of the city. North and south there i? scarce any difference in the distance from the BrtMb^Uaeniity of the Third ward and the auuth ex tremlty of the First ward. Bc.dde.i, two third* of the populous Fourth ward and one-third of tho Sixth ward, nt? included in a circle of one-half a mile radius. John street church living tho centre. In 1840, the fourth ward contained 23,123, and tho Sixth w:ird. 23,707. Tiro thirila of the fourth and one third of the Sixth would be 28,3118, and assuming, as above, that the throe lower wards have increased, in five years, from 3?,7tH to 40.H44, then, allowing no increase for the Fourth ami Sixth ward*, there>ure now no leas than tU,172 hu.ii.tii belrign within half n mile of John street church; and withiu thW circle there ia no other Metb<?li"t church or pluee of .wprahip, except the Bethel ship at the foot of Carlisle nteet, devoted mostly to Swedish seamen and immigrants. Duane atreet church and the Vive folnta Mission ehupel are Kith innTe than half a mile, in a straight line, from John stieet church. Ought this church to he sold and its value abnorbed in a costly edifice iu tb<' vicinity of Madison square' That the John atreet church ought to he sustained in Its present loca tion, it would seem no one would dreaui of doubling, who has listened attentively to the statement* with roterencr to the extent and wants of the population of that lection of the city. If the legitimate Work of tho Christian Church is to geeure instrumental^) the tuurt^ and spirit ual regeneration tf human beluga, and if all soum arc regarded its equally valuable by our glorious Creator, tl.en have the pastor and members oT thia churoli a more extensive field io cultivate than any o'Uar siu,:le church In the I nlted Slates: aud consequently, a good and sufficient church edifice In IndNpeuaaMe to the sue ceaaful proiecution nf their labors. Any Chrl <Uini man, who would seriously think of selling this church, unless with the design of removing furthci down town, ia the present state of tba population, and tliu alarming s|mr?ity of churches iu Vie lower wards, must have taken the uptown fever so hopelessly that it would be useless to argua with him till 1m* shall have pushed the crista. I cannot but hope the counter irri tants which are now in course of application will rciuit In the abatement or entire removal of tho unfavorable symptoms; and that the JP'Od brethren composing the majority of the Board of Trustee*, upon a prayerful ra cxamiuatioii of the whole question, will come to the con clusion to faithfully co-operate Willi the miiioiity of the Hoard and the majority of the church In perpotua'iug the time-honor* d edifice on its original location. Can the Jihn street chinch lie sustained^ Most undoubtedly. In the first place it ia not in debt; a mo-it extraordinary fact, yet mo?t important is this connection. No interest to | ay? D" bonds to cancel? excellent 1 But this U not the only redeeming fact in the Qnanclal condition of thla church. At the eommaneeuicnt of their tinau<lal year (May, lCM.) there were funds in tho han-b of the trustee*, no doubt well invc.te<w amounting to $10,000, showirg an inciease Jni-e 1H# of 81,000, or 8200 per annum more than their cxpen. ??. Thia statement ia us encouraging as it la remarkable. Hark thia tact well ? their fmidr, of 916.000 la 1849 Increased to %1> ,COU in 1CM. A Methodist chuich with an si nial ?urj lus revenue I Where Is there another)1 Systematic efforts for the salvation nf tba accumulating iraaui of the lower ward", have been too long delayed! 'I he Methodist church in this great city should speak in tone of < arneat and affectionate remonstrance to the nix truster* who would paasou'r the earnings of the poor, by which thi< church wa< erected, into the hand* of men. many Of wlu m are able tn erect a better r ingle handed, and I utter a wntiment to which more than nine-tenth* of the Methodists >>n earth will heartily respond, that they will degiade themselves and families, by receiving and appropriating a ?Ingle dollar of the rnmey, if the tru?li?^ sIihII finally cuoeeed Iti MlUug It. It would be infinitely more appropriate and more liefHting the oeca aiou am! the wanta of the lower wards, if the truatae* would make immediate art angemeut- to accomnUMlatcat least two c ngitgnlions, and appeal V > tba Missionary Society for an alTe Ccriuan mio'ionary, ami to th ? Sun day Kcbo'd and Tract S< cii ties for at lasst four colpor teurs, with abundance of tract.; to the Bliile Society for the Scripture*, and to Christians in all parts of the elty for fnnda, snd resolved 0>sl helping to witno** among the t.eitnane, Irish, French, Swedes, and Italian* now, a work more general and glorious than that which was wit nested among tl^J'utch, English, and Irish during the early history oi?il? honored temple, con ocrated to th* inteiests of our holy religion. Hie minting waa ne*t sddrewed by Rer. J. It. Wiu UT. He could not look bark upon that pirtun- of the ol<l time-ln-nored teni|lr without being reminded of tlMM vrnerated one* who had jai>frd away, but whom worlu aurvhe. <?ue church in thin city had U?-o room ted into* | ort oflre ono into a diatiUery, ami one Into a atuble. That li the ??; in whirh program in lieiag made. lli?- '?me npirit would con?ert tho honor*! ap?t where re*t the **h.-a of Washington into a lager l?eer otahllnh nwnt. Fnneull Halt into a tenement houae, and Indepcnd ??tire Hal) Into an emigrant <i?pot, Uk* Ca*ti? Garden. 1h ejr would hare thr < Id church preaerved on account of l'? antiquity an<! of the groat men who labored there. When he thought of thr acrniona prea< bed there, and the oonvcraloti* made there, it b?Mm more a ad more lial lnwt-d In hi' ere*. He thought that egregiuue error* ha 'I been committed in removing the clturcbr* from down t'?n. Are we going togivc up tlir lower |?rt of thU city to heathendom and the derflf If oth"r communities do ro. Irt not ua do ao. If It were nere<nary, however, to fell John etreet church, he MukJ trll them that there were Method!*!* en' ugh In the L'nltr l State* to aubacribe a fund to keep tb* church in operation, and pa/ a aalary to mlaaii oarb a to preach there till the mllleniuin. Ha would have I' (,??( timed till thr whole field of Chria tlaaity *?< cul'ivated? til! everywhere wae light., and and n?wbere lark ne*? May John Street Church never die. and let all r>e?t>le any " Amrn!" There wera fund rrb-a of " Amen" fr<>oi the ? ongre Ktlon, and murli "iritmi- Bt. '>nr geatlemaa iu tli aeretid < f the houae endeavored to tnak ? a ?tatatnent. He i - min-nctd by aeying that he had noticed ?n adver tl.-ement In the new^j-npera cono ruing thr John atrnat MethodUt l|ilm|ll Church; but he waa Interrupted by the l"reaidetit, declaring him out of order Tlie ir?nllr man Icwed to the Mm*. ( Mr CBJit *?*T Fr-furvm waa next iutroduc d to and addraaaed the BM?Ung. He aald lie h id born . -n;ng?l in the Irgal i-n-eerdlnga taken In tbe matter, and he would lay the a fioie atatement of fact* before them. He rr?| ? letter d-taillng the main beta, written by H. Dleekman to him, and wheh if aafollowa In thr nvn'h of March l??t, aoiu" <>f the truatee* of the church wiabing to #ell It, Mr. Chatfbdd drew up a ci itiplaint, in order to get an injunction to reatrain them (r m ao d<irg After be liad drawn up the paper. It waa pr. |0-rd t? him by one a|.e*king in behalf of tie trua t? e?, that the mattCJ aliouW b? ?inicaMy wttl*d the* ? That thr attorney for the church ahould darw nr< a atate n.ent In favor of the removal, and aubralt it to Mr. Chat tieH. *1 ? ?a* to put in liia anawrr, ind both paper* ahowM !je ?ul inittr i to the court Sir <Jrri?ton Mr (.hatfleM a-eentfl. At rariona tlm?? after thi< the at ioitey U> t the church ma<le eicuaea to Mr. Cbatflrld for hi* delay itt preparing the p?[-er? and afVr ?'^ne time toU bl:n it inuat he Kiibmlttcd to a aingle Ju<tge. wh'Me deel?!on ahonld be Una! To'hiaMr. C rould not a?'?nt, and It waa then agreed that neither ahould go further in the matter without giringthe other notice. !?ufj~e.tijent ly to thte, an oriler of aale waa j???t, Mr. C. not being per mitted to ?how reaeon why tb? order *h"uid not be nade. An Injunction, bo*?\rr, wa? aubv (OentJy ob tain- <!. Mr. ( batfl- Id thrn Made applirat > n t<i bar* the t!r?t '?rder of ralr tarated, an 1 the applinalioB wn re f.,?*'1. Ihia refusal haa l-rrn apfralrd from an I th? ? aae a<an>la b?iW till ?eftrnib"r. Mr. r tb-n -aid:? It aptron that tJiere are ?oioe peraoti* wh</ ha*' not honored the boarde of tru<teea or atewarda of .i .hn etre*t altb tl? ir atteo tan??it'ra<inir/e.4ra, ao i who only t'e ifr t'> '-mbaraaa them. A patition for Wir ?al" of tie church waa drawn up rontalning ??my of the nv-ot lert he fide- 1 login h<! had ' ?d. Iher aa ign?d aa a rea*- n, and awear to it, that not a hundred peraoni att'-nd fha' chur^b on thr ,Hatit?th If that were ao h' would aiiTlar U<rm Aen U? get anothrr preacher. There Were law>er?. and biobera, and r-na 'elbpTt enongh down town to All it. Hot he himwlf )?ad fe. n three hondred peraona In It, and he bad a rem->o ?trance agalnat it* reiuoTnl aigned bjr over a h iw!r -1

l-raena Another reaaon a?aign<d by tto.-io ia ihat the church did not pay It* ?*|>en'e. TUa' pretenoa, U< ?-*er le aa hollow aa an egbauat^d m rtTer, Iher" nfll I he t ? ? atori a made m the lower flw<r -t the ehnreh, at a "'art fk,t*ft, - rid th**e would rent for It OWI li:" -rle a ade try ?. me >.f t),e truatoea to ' bra', tb W -U?"-Ma? c< mntunity of tbeir chafb In John itrert w r- . v. aay tha' leaat of it, dlahoO'irable and the pr -vM ' Hit/ i? tin t the f ght wtl) br a long iiai- maintain ?1 and ti J.nlte fowlra ahonld liap| >n to b< on the ta ii^li. and J idg* Kooae-?elt rdl, when the application ? u<- a to be heard, why then yoo might a< ?ell pal /our lu>nl? in r-ui jxK-keia and prepare to buy thechnr-h for it wr-uld have to he ?? Id In >eply to one td l!?e - .-I.f regatt a, Mr -chaffer re?.l from U ? nwtea of Judge ta.wl**' dceUion w.,e e|o l.e ta i . ? i '??1 'o ha>e aa?-l t>a bad g- na down to ae? tbe rhorrb m ! ? It ? .light to be eolt. Ha thoogta' tbat a (ue?r ' bgt' He abbe^ U>?< th'-?a Veth-eti-ta who eml*rraaa tbraa wnnld Cat ng fr 'a tbrm and , 1. ih. *m, ?. <w aaa waa MMhodUt tie wouM be nap, find If h? iru to be a sinner h? would be one. The fault all lav' With nix mju wU" bud gained tlie conQdenee of the church, *n<l wei\? 1* trayia* it. H<- eren understood that they had threat. -nr-i to luck th? church, or put the gut out If the Itev. |>r. Mi'cUtJl ihoum -**? "?t to preach, a km ?g ?. , t'tocfd their determination to carrf AUt the'r design. 1 colleclfui) wa< the?l made to defray the e*p tue* of the tn t""l?ei opt oHliw' the ealo of the c'.iurch, (t beisg l-tt^ ,f'*t ,?p ""'PI1 ^1* omploycd the church j fund in defray jv," "**'r ?*l*tt?e?. , On motion", a fl,/uiuitt?* ?f throrf *M Appoint*! to draft ie?'lu1lon? ex pre '""i** of the ion *? ?}? m*pttng en the <ubject of the propoi'M >MDora) of "* church. t)n further mo' ion. it wa* oblml, thai o.t *cco*n? ? the l?'ene*? of the hour the regulation* be <lraV? l,P ???' published hereafter. A gentleman thought it would be wHfl ??? tMt the of the meeting. It wn* then mored that the meeting prot"*t agaiunt < the aeW ef the ehurrh. ilio ipieation wa? pill, and the protest ??? nnnniinouxly adopted. After a compliment paid to the dally pre** of New York for publishing their adverti?cuMUt> gr?tt?, the meeting H<t;<Mrne<| at 10 o'clock P. M. City Politic*. fOPT FJIKLX PRIMARY ELECTIONS. Pur.sunot In notice the soft aheil or adminiatratiiin democrat*, held their primary election* lout ereoing, be tween the hrAir* of 6 and 7 I*. M., to choose deWiitivi to the roft ttute convention, which will %sscn?We in 8yr? cut* on the Utti inst. As n general thing the election* wore slimly attendod, urn) the Cu ti m Hounc officer* b?<l e\ery thing their own way. The Hut of delegate* wai '? cut and drle?t " wouks ago, and though our reporter* were toM of fabulous lua Jorilles for thin ond that ticket, the fact in that U pulling place wo- vl-itcil l>y ubout thirty persona, anil the whole nuinlier of votes polle-t in the city watt lc*? than a thousand. There wns tome little opposition manifested in aeveral of the district*; hut outsiders in no one instance got the l?est of the Custom House people. There *?? a strong ellort made to induce respectable bard shells to consent to allow their Barnes to be uj??d ss delegate* or alternates, liut it will tie seen from the li-it given below and from our advertising column*, that, wilh but a ft w exception*. the delegates cliosmi are of the softest stripe. There are i[uite a number who claim In have been t'aft, incn In 1M8, hut a* they aru new nnmea in the (loliUcal arena it is impossible either to pto\e or disprove their statements, 'lhe hards in the New York city delegation may be aet flown us precious h<uire. hi such Arseinbly districts as contsm on" or mote wards Ave dnkgatcs were elected, who will meet in c<>ti\cutl<>ii nut Tuesday evening, 20th last., in their respective districts, at places dMignatod by the General Com niit.ee, und chore delegate* to the Statu contention, lhe ft'Ui wing is a list of delegates choson hi. it night, as far as ttcelvad MiU H'arrf.? l'oll? held at 110 Greenwich street? 31. Nancy, M. Ikiran, R. Walker, I?. Jenkins, It. Curran. Stcwl Il'iinf. ? l.i liutch street? A. Chancellor, James MeHern Michael Waters, James Watson. A. B. Miller. Thir-I ll'i/nrf. ? 68 Murray stri ct ? Thriw Hwm, F. 0. M (lolly, John McCoy, I sniet Moony. K. H. <'r<nby. y. drlh H 'ard. ? Corner Kooaevelt awl < htk street' ? fo m | li Hose, William llaird. Alternates.? John Bnulch, (ii-orge Haigail. lyth Hun/.? 107 Hudson street? Henry It. HolT loire, John freight' -u. Alternates.?' ^'ainuel liaughtoa, L. llunis.n .-inltti. f irf/i Ward. ? 47 Bayard street ? Patrick NaalU, Harney Moloney. William H. tay, John Qulnu, Michael M-.Ma hoii. S> r*v',h tTartl. ? Corner of fiourerneiir and DivMnn stieets ? Wilson .^mall, James Murphy. Alternates ? Win Cajte l>aoiel Oarvey. k phlh tfanl ? 7.'i Mercer street ? Itenjuiain Wool, It, W. K lUmscU. Alternates ? Albert W\ Smith, Kdwln Wsii, wrlght. Ain/A Hon/ M I>rry street? Joseph I). Baldwin, John lUcharit-oD. Alternates ? William valleuu. Thomas tbiher. "hilk Ward ? Comer Broome and Forsyth streets ? lienry I). Johnson, Norman M'Uleod. No ollr-rnatis cho en. Ultviiilh Hun/.? Corner of avenue C and Fourth street ? Hiram 1-ugle, John l'ettlt. No alU'rnatm chosen. Tuilflh Want. ? l^ilt Hotel? John Austin, or sdniin Irtration ticket, supptweil to be chosen. 1\trtrrmlk W-trit. ? Corner of Orand and Cflnton streets ? Ftaaeis D'hkete Kd MeCornell. Altcrnmtcs ? .lohn Orr, Henry 1 c?l? Itvrtinih Miinf.? Corner of Orand aiel Hlaabeth stieets ? John Kelly, Andrew M. Oreen. Alternates ? Jaineo W. Sinith, John Kriell. tyJtfiUk War J. ? bob Houston atreet ? John Van liurin. John Ik Kyrr. Altrrnatee? John R. Itoss, Jnn , I>. W. N orris. S>j 1%-nlk HVirif ? 1M West Hetenteenth atreet ? V'd ?*id l.iley, lienry Donohoe, I'atrlck I.ynch. Alternates ? Arcliilwld Noble, Ctias. N. Baldwin, with |>ower to su!>-titute. &vrfitrtvlk Ifarrf 17 HiTenth street ? John Cochrane Cmit If. Kom. Alternates ? William Coulter, Mlchvl fniltli. I. it l.' /nJh H'lirt/ ? Third avenue and Twnty seeond atriet ? Arm* Ifatfleld, Ananiaa Mathews, J.J. Brad ley I liver K iitblmrd, 1*. KBern. Aint/a nth MVird.? Ft rty -second street and Fourth avi Due ? Ji hn K Cunningliam, t*aniel (Jsllager, Francis Ituiierlh. Alternates ? I'anlel McCarthy, Wm. MrMantis i ? all anti-He rrli k TnrtHdh H'tfnf ? Northwest corner of Thirty fourth stieit and Ninth nvenne ? Ih'.nias Kiernan, llaniel K. Kenncdi , Ji eph Miller. Alternates ? John M llimnp. mil, Jan e- linglsn. Tinnl^-HrM Ward ? Fourth avenue and Thlrty-aeeond aim I? (bade* II. Harwell, Walter Hooserelt, t.oorg n W Caflit, lienry W. Kyer, l?ongl?s Taylor. It is understood that in the Sixteenth Assembly district, < i.m| o?ed of the Lighteenth and Twenty-flrs wjrds, the folb wing ticket will be chosen : ? llelegste ?? I/iren*ij IV Mil I aid, Itobt. Kelly. Alte.-uate ? John Muipliy, A. I n ny ? ftlHIral IntoUlgMM'ti TBK BARD BUKLL HTATX CO* VKNTIOV. JKr<.m the Kwlimt>r I'nion. (aoft ?hell) Aufoat It ] The bard organ* V botli aijen' a< to the change of tlnif i"i thc-lr Plata Convention, which *<> were th" r'.rat to j tibll-b And *e okaerve the Art/ iu i? dl'iooM to lM iwredaloua. "We think it hat not been ma<J"," ij- 4 the Artiu To Mti?^ tb< Arptii that we *f?oke by rard, w* now publl?h I be official clicular, wbl<b w<- mctItm by dun Nltilof Matt:?* ? N*w Ton, A ?>( tint u, m?. I tan - a ? Th* Ptale OMntalttea have unaolinoualy do t?-i mii.fl to cbaiijfi- tin- <lay of hol-llug th* .?talc limi'in Hon t<< Ihurndaj. tbo !CS?t of Aufaat hut. It i? n? -?n?rr tbat the debfate- ebutild be a*Mctad on or before tbi JOth it a let inet W il you aiWla* alth ntir fri<-u'li in yo?r diUrot, ??-l vrut tbe prompt tK?MaMt "f 'Iclejjutcar If diatrKt convention* have bean <-all*tf to *?? that they are appointed for a 4a jr earlier than tha Si- 1 I nut. Die official sots will b? pabllahad In the ?otme of na?w vi ek With tha hop* tliat tlitu change will meet with th" ap |. rotation of mil frien-1? and ?fc'om tl.elr corditl <?<>? ojeratw n I remain you r?, very lenix'ctfully. AffiiVrfj" , Chairman of I^arooeratle M*ta CaMBIttw. A H I'ecli r, es-fjovrrnor of Kan jar baa bM apoken of. )o I eimeylvnnia pepara, a* a oUkflwta f'/t Governor of that Mate * bile th- Crawford lis] wl I ?ran DuiuinatoC him a? a rao>ildate for iknil Commualon-r. Preriitnt Wajiarxl la talked of In Rhode I*!an4 foi U. f Senator >a-4.'?ran?or Trimble ha? acrnpf'l tfcaKtawJf ib'og nomination for Hofrrnnr '4'ftlv. Wlllliaubai| ( Ity HtH>. to T*? Km nu> x? fVt*ra Oon *\tki* ? Wi-??r? F Jacob* awl E. !>? t?lt?r have baan cb'>?*Ti da l*rataa from the Klrat Aaaamlily diatrlet to tba Kepobll mn Stat* Convention to ba I. eld at "jra-".U'e -rn tha ifh of teptainber. Al*arnita?, J II Welia an ' J Bi a.un IiKtiiatx* ? Ya?1#r'lay moral >>i|, about o?* o'clock, a* officer* Vloear and Jar- b? "f th* Thlrtaaath ward ? ere on da%, tli. jr ob^rT^I a ?u?pi<- -ua l<?< ng man ataadinf ia Nut of Dr. ~lad*'a hui? eofBai > f Voarth and Mmth foortb atierta Tha n jn m- ?-l 'iff ttvl tha offeara *<*>? after diar.irared that t^? fr .nt door ? 4 tbe b u?e had b??n opened with al|.(>*rt Th' / rung t) ? ball violently f.^ the ptirpoaa >A arO'i'lng th? ln'ra"'?, an4 tftrr uma little time WT" Wtmai #ie aeifb tor* that the famiijr iraa ftbwat iha ?tfl- ?r? *li n ??arebed the hauae, with tha ?* ?f "*?> ro?m. Vblrb vaa laM, antf aa tlwre app?ar' i t<> be ri'^^iaj ml?' na they r'.n- laded t.? lar la welt for ti. ? ra'. jrn Ota Itwtaa. They took their at itloa la U>e hall, anl ait-, ri inalnirtf at-mit balf an b < r a p"r#' n ? m b - > ! an.fi>; caatiou'ly d>.wu atal* ? f^reuaratt'-e* wera nn*mt to render tlie auapoaed l??irflir h irmle?? when th"y ware i| <n?er?4. T>ia jar-..n ?h? ?fl"i??M tnrnal ? ' Ifl b Dr. Wa-la ennp>?in? th o?- e. . to ?n.rfU?? hiirnr 1 t a tb<' window 1 a*l 1 rte-t ad n. Tir- i b* n.l.'olte or, bdk ??<lea w*a ?-on rt>*eioa?r*l Tlie It. ?t. pjawd the rlnfiof of th* VII wn a rtf of t< rgUra to ae<wriain 1/ ?ay "0?' w*< n lite teiwaa, awl beliai lag 'km ?? en i*h ta tak ? IW? la ot4*i ' ? earry awt their platM 'nwl'i'V^ t-? r?i?la ?<*?^?le- !. II- hoard the idlre, Tit tie h'-H*" >1)1 te arlaf Okui 'a I* tart la > * ".-i rew*alne?l ftM >?nti:b? 'b fb'. tbe ?>?at wa- clear ao-1 ?raa tbew ataVlaf I ia e?i? f-.r ?afer s '-?rt?ra. tmi ? Tka aiarw of lira In tha Ea-terr, dl trt ? y da/ av tatav ate>at 1 o'efc-ek ? a ? rawaad '7 '.J. r? ? 1 I a ta*d etiad m the rear of Jfo Ift" l "?-ra ?*r?'< I aiuatp IriMag stat? AoncrLrrsAt Cwim TV I'tttfi* l.ntt*' tha meetljj r?-reo'lr b- Id a' "rH al'b re teiewa la the eata?>. -Wb' of a -tale Agrtr-aM >i ral ' ?>1 ief* aaa aery wall atMMgad '.-n I- U m pee>?WI, aa! -ja , 'H?. a?r* ao'lw ky H'f. - If. IKrmmrlf, ' ? am ?r.d w u.kaaae Maw Mr H<' t ard ??' "*bar? ? r--.?tm 1 'a'af the k?wi> of '>aM f.? ?I0 <*? ?< aarda ? fund >4 tCf*.k4a i tkaaeno iu* I I'mat aaee-aa rj Ik* Ute ei.-aaW <art??a,v fiWl " ?? f'"> %a?aj paOIMly Police Intelligent*. ALLEOID ATTKMPT AT WirK-MUKUKM. Jiunlel I jnch, a laborer, Hi year) of age, ?>* (aWeu /nto fn(M? "trtwtoy, by officer* Moore irnl Walk?r, o( the Tfernti/th WATO i?"?*.' eb*r^' Ln~ ?? milted ? deadly nfon til* '?/ 1'l'r '0 the head With the ha f4 ? will f. Tb? ??eu->l and hie wile realriea At 71 ??:*?? Thirtieth *h?rr the I'liaooer arrived In A "tat* f* illtoaic A #ltfp niornliif, and commenced, ft b to A'>u?e ??? Wife. It anneam be then got hold ? whin ban lli' and C(<nunrneeJ healing her akuut the liee '? And body. TM nelthhoM, bcarhif the crle? of the unfurl***1* ? malied into the building an.l dlacorered thu IH'or wo man lying on the grouud In n ntat? of lii??nnibllltjf. *he wa* conreycd to mlliM ue Hospital, w lu te the doct<Vh? Attendance (>ronmincrd the vonndx dangerous In f.n'? II p ekull of the Injured woman I*. It l? believed, badly Imcturpd. I./neh wn? promptly Arretted and held to await the result of the wonndtM woimn'a injuile.. A ,'ihlM of the /.Artie*. eight months old, ha* bean |>Uoed m\Jrr the cAre of the (io-ernor i of the Ahn?bvu*e. AMtKST FOB CAMKLSM* IXtm MO. Jul n ?f?M??tor* wan tnken Into ewrtody yaiterday, i h/irged wlffc (taring rr?ri l('??)j and reel lennly rirtrra Ufa Wngtuover A <UUd, two J nu> of Age naua-d Margaret Itowland, dmigMrr of Johu Jtowlaod, of IBft Wnvprty pla< e, and Mnercly if not fatally [njurlug h#r. The ac cutM'd, It in kaM, ItM hanl to e?raf * from tlie Iwit w?i- raptured after a *lu>rt oli*?? l>y 4kn lUnltor ot lit* Ninth want police. The prtaoncr *?*? br .light W'ftire Ju?tic" Pevlaon, at the Second IHatrlct foUcA (\)wrl, wlit io ho mux held for esaiatuatlon. CIIABOI or OH AND LAKCEWT. T^nglr!*, named Mary lletley and Mary Wondall were ?rte^ed by officnra Aljpr and Rnuch, of the Sixteenth wur.l pnlteo, charged with having atolau 980 In gold coin fruitr (ieorge Caleb, of 142 klghlh avenue. Tlioacruncl, It ap t eara, reaid* at 170 Went Twentieth atreet, and. ax it U alleged kj Caleb, induced hini to enter the above place, wfcete he *ay? they robliod bim of alt hi? worldly good*. The complainant m?ya lie caught the accuiwd in tho a-'t ef 'un vinji off the booty, and thereupon Inatantly g.ive ihnuliiuii and had ilm prtaonera arreted. Commits- 1 fur examination. BLHOLAHY AND KOBBKKY IN BROADWAY. On Tue*day night aome expert bnrgliun mnriaged to ob tain an i nt ranee Into the itore Of Tti <>??* iturnett, of V&l Broadway, l>y forcing upon the front door. About fl, 000 worth of knltllng ami wwing needle* were itolen from the premieo*, which were iloue U|i In packagei marked "T. Bainett" and "Hemming It Qa. " No rlu o ha;* yet been obtained to the perpetratora of tlie robbery and burglary. ARMHT Of ALMH1ED fit'* FOCWETB. Two men named Jamea Kelly and Thorn* <i Blake were brought before Juntice i>*vl-on yesterday, at the Second Matrict Police Court, charged with having attempted to pick the pocket of a lady named Durand, Willi* *he wa< Rurrb??lng aome good* in the More of Churla* A. Moore n. <69 liri ndwey. The | riaonera were held for etamln ation. ALLMXD COW HTRAI.INO. A <>e i man earned I ewi i f-'plndel waa arreted by officer Htrgeiald, of the Twelfth ward police, charged with hav ing atnlen a cow, lately imported for breeding purpoaea, fri m the South of Knglaad, and valued by the owner, Jan.ea II. lie-. oe, at 9100 Hie prlaoner wa< brought be fine .Jnallce llogart, at the Kou.th district Police Court, Y?rL villa, where be wa* hold to miawer the charge >* gTand larceny, and In deCanlt of bail, waa committed to prlaoD. ALLKOKD ATTEMPT AT ROUBKH V BtT A' PHI YATK WATCHMAN. Fdwaid Cotton, a private watchman, employed tiy ?... veial of the reatdrnta In the Ninth ward to take rare of their property in the nighttime, waa arretted yetteiday, hy Captain Ack< rman, of the Moth ward poll -e, idtaiged with an attempt ut robbery, on the complaint of k'rank lln 1'erry. The accuaed, it 1* alleged, indued Perry to go asleep on a lot of empty harrela, At the corn-r of Twrllth atreet and Filth nvnne, and while the latter wa alninherlrg, endeavored to takafrom bla linger a valuable Hng, and a Ian tried to dh'p'wecM him of hl< gold watch ?d d ai?. Mr. I'evry, awakening, made wimii re datance to C<'ttoft*a eonrae (f conduct whereupon ihe Litter, be **>?. Introduced a club, an ! ahook it nt him with intent t.,4||I.IOl<l?IC l.llH, >??.. I'm*. . k.. .. - ?? ? ? . .< adai an offavt to the wateammi'a attack, prr?<-nted i fmtnldahle weapon. In the ?ha|>e of a pi.tol, at lili h"*d Tlii". aa a matter ofcuurce, immediately nettled the >|'ie*. I ton i f poaaemion, reanltlug in the watchman beating a letnat. Cotton drttf#* th- charge preferred again it lilm. Mb'. >?i a In hia ? xaniinalion h" ran aatla'actorilr prove hi* entire innoc*u> e. Jaxtlre Havi on oiniuiitoa the ac cu < d to anawer. TO TDK KDtTOR OP TnX HKHALD. An article app arel u? youi paper yeatar<lay morning, ar.der the capti< n of "l olic* Intaillgi noa, mi crrMtnuua In (ai t. and Trawa aueh falaa e<in'lu-lon?. that I .1 <-?n It due to my "'If and my frlewla to ?ay a few wnrda In my ileteine. when iloaie lert ?lil? Country h- owo4in<t atemt ?10.0U). After l-virig 'hwaite<l In my "wVrarora to col lect thia money In liiglan<t, and lenralng ilia' he wa< la thif country, by paving Ur(l" eiini of money to va rind) indlvMtii.N, ar <l tr ivelling in piir.uit nf him up aarda of 7,000 nub ?, I ? li- < . > ? < r ? - 1 hU wher"aboiil< Therenron I made ari i ng' rn< nta wi'b ?*? fw<ite of hla ct'dlt' ra to tbia ? fleet ? Kirat, to r..||e. t my own and ?Mothwdebt, and afterward* for a romuii??t'>n t<> eol lect wh?' I ronld for them t'nder thete arraiiicementa I employed emit)- nt r'?aii*el, In a remote Ma*e, by wh aeaUtance my elalm anduiy friewd'a, aniountlng In all to $]3 MtO ?n< rec<.vi red an'! al ? the cln!ma of two of th? parties to the agreement, and the oimeyhai been paid t? II. om. 1h" al legal I- n In your p?j..-r thai I rweeivod money to allow Hosie to eaeape la falae No money baa n me into my p> ?? -?ion beyond that In parui nt <,l the d< tat juatly dtle III", except f?.' theother parti ?, wlioliaV" been | abf. All then proc#e<!liig? are inatliuted and nre*ae4 Ifarward with the atmoat r. alignit/ by eon?" |?r ilea, who, (>y no t.i ult on my (.art have n -t rec?|ve I any pwrt of their elulma, or by aomo legal (en'leman, wlw?? obi. 1 1 l? e< ?ta ' enala ' They a ecu me of cminltting a i rlme. t'aiino,> ?? that 1 b*ve done anything wrong lloxia r<w?d ni? lioim by travelling upw 'r la of 7 000 rnlli e. by spending larg- atiina of money In arlofl- wa ve, loy money la r>'.<irer*.l by in* r..iin?e| I d.. md a-^i that It ail lurulii'efit on me f1 b,,,'ony? the ag'-rit of Jtwiii * t.y bringing ll> *.le b? r ?, even if 1 fia>l lh? ^-,?ar to do rOj but I waa a.:Tl?- l t) t I bad no 1?? |?wer. TU whoW object la to {inril'h ?ti" (?'??H*# fny In nfi"ib* r ft ?1fht ?lu'*, %i?<1 I iWtly M(*r i|?#n 4r>iMotb?r?K ? crMlU#* h. a. irmm. Jtnry CMjr !V?wa. 1 this roiiiTB tour or nr. njcnnixi M. r. < nvwcn. 1t>? earner *(<>?<? <tf tka H?t4lo|| M Wo( ?rrct?l la atr*-t, l'_ fti ??-i ?a? '?!<! by tllnhop .lae?*a. at ft o' !?> k afW U ???II, wtth Ill '? rfM ' TV H *h h tJ?jn D*? 'burih **? r? <ulljp t.roii.1, l? r-tr ipo'V-l ?.f It'# meniti?r. at Trinity V K. /-h irrb In Yoik .tr*?* l??|lta i iiti.1 :? bav Ih n r?? < >1 nn'il ('? . in1 ? t?U' (i i alaiut '?!>?> ku?4f">. fin" It* "rgaullatk'/n It h vi kr?*n w'r-blptrfi'f In W?llv <?) Hall. Ti1" pf nt pa't-r l? I>T It It YaM. lb* ?4ltr*. ?hl h I* Miif Mtw>tr?(<*il f-r th? ??? "f thl" nrMv. will >4 brt<k t'J In ?H'b '>/ Win dffth. *1x1 to la b- ifli' t<> tb? nf tba f'-'f. I' will h> In tbr U'?i'0?*'|t"" ?*- J ?* ? f *r. bl'?- ai. I It* fraat will \+ ??iiin'"t?Btf<l hj 1-nir l?i?t?t<! "f a -!? pl< th? p<f will I# ? f *>?!' Tl>* bulbllng l? tv. ctl It r< i . fi!l'-n "f ? 4) r ? In th? main |?a.M nf l|,a <<!lf '? I b?f? ?"l I' a Wrt nr? f "?ri la 'ha a&'i'r i art ,,f < b' t u'M'rf Tb- cr t of ?h' +W ? will r - h ?11 'CO Th? finH"!' ? r? "Bifi.'i <1 )? ''r 'ay I7 th? f?4 Ire .f tl ? **U) an I I7W paalm ? t? tin larif' - n<-?f?-i n bjr K*? Mr Burr" *h?. 'if 11' ".kj/a tv? Hi jf. S'f - m, ? ' *b? l>H.al *ti p John Waai?jr . bjnr aC'l K?? Vf ??ff?r~l j-ray.- An<-tl .ar htw n aa? lb#a '/'it '-J M?-? Mr Vta CW-- lha ni>r> It:"! H?'< '?<? I I'l'eh bur- 1, 1U w J J Iw.ir lb?r. Mr??-a<1 th.i tf- f ><uik i tha adr m<Yrr?at M*tli-r1i*?i la o?*ki' <r. n .i u'j ??? Bftli ? t. ii. '?r /'it a i t ,*-a au-' ? ii ?? ' ? 4 'l* f\\g ?, t ?a'. r * ttrr''' ?? pa ? t M T'laltjr M f 'bar'b in y.? . . r~ t, r-.U- **4 ii t a la ?i.Uh ? ? >!?? t ?!;* lc r" ' b ? ?? nn.n.'? In ?t ?? <'b ?l?r1: t 'b' |*'t ? * raf A ">U??t'<.a iM ?ab^rlpliou In a. l tb? balMiaf I .art V ?r- *b' n ??k< 1 1> ?iii. ? ? tb'ia r ? ?a?l ? ? (1 ???! > ?' pJi'?|.r-i'??'M ' Uf > ' ? ???*? i-. >n . | i ????(? ?lth tl?? iai <??' T> ? '. f.'.p** f tM l'?" '?! .|?. '?.| I). Utf? .r ? |<t A brlaf bl?t"Tf Iba Ha?V' i.f V I cbari-b ;,| Jl It t .if t>,? i.?l .?<?# ? ? nf ?? . i. j A IU ,-*'-b*r? aart '<? --r< '4 Uta *?' .. |,.?,l I wltt, i* 4?b. aan^? '-f tk? >."1 '1 ?* ? n?lt' a *> b> <(,'! Lttlblar* 4'! ' "?T '>>? Hi <*?. M' b'?'i?l by ?? Um V f. -atir-li Miaata*. HtlMM Ai<na> ??'. J?' </ Ot/ I Irarturi !!?* utk-wl Ha>? >al |i? i gWirrit i->.a< nf tk? ' Vu(M? MwHi, 4aa>laf A4tv'"- N?wki*u? lira ? J liflw a?4 fiaii, ai.ilJ'(?| 't'J il.* nrklt^< la ti- ??inli"ti ?< Ik* bill liaf ara )<??>/? y%alS? ??4 "*l?t tha awnii, llaurt IV<?i ? a^ < " , <n-l tba i-arp- r."?t V/ VuiUnt fuaM Tn# Ikmai ? Ika arrival wf tW ^r?pl|?r j |?N?MI It J f #/ ot/ baa Tr.i-W.Mr r~rii+4 ? j t p- a 'k* 'tfi ?' ?bi- b 4arla? 'ta faat >-ar kai* I t<?g I(alta 4aaart?4 ?? ?fi?*? ?f ?k* ?><f>l?a "f I ? ,mi>S ?taaa>?r* t* tb? filan, i'mia( i?atly a l?'f ?< Ul?t?ti hwt tfcatr ?a?al a*af?m noaut ?v.? ?. ?>l"lill; a nltaut; 4aH*| Iba laM tim?< M !??' ?la*?- lb- trr ->^lii I l-ata f >vf ?k<?a t* Um laif??? rarf? a*?t la um a|*.; 'b? ? ? aar4 4ar" Al?<?t unMty ln wt ?r? <w^ .jal ?? r'./ ? >t4 Vat? l> 4t^kaft?t *ar?>. a?t lha *?n ??-? ?~*a j Mi?nt tWIi *?at?| artlrt'i a k la Ua? '4 j U??w> la'???al*4 It la pr*4?- >a Utat a Baa <d *r?,kab I *111 na'taaa raaa >4 t? tM* p^tt ?a' ' tba H-???ia ia?Maa tMU W-pa ta v* ??'<**? ' Tfce Tn? rxiox 1*0 VMK, t. t? fHOTTXNO. ^ rir'e u.r itooo, mile heata, haat thraa ia Ar?, i* ..arneaa betveen Warren I'm hot/ '? blk. f. (Vu; John and Hiram V\ utT'd g. g. Mil/ Woodcock did not take place a* u.lvfrtlm.i, Hiram paying forfHt. A trotting tnutrli for |j00. two mile li#al?, to road wagon* , cante off on Monday but, betwMa two road horm -I. m.r. and gel.it eg without mum*. Tha hot "nR *?? about r??ti l>ef<>i? thealart, but a/ler th r Arm* )>?at on* landred to 8?a m offered on lb# mar*. It wm a t *oitaI race ami cl?ae|y eonteatad. tfnt ? TJi* intra won Uia p..U, ant tad lb* huraa three or fi?u.* l*?i?ba around tha upper tura, tha hoeae breaking uptwlc grthg ar<Uio>1, and again at tha quarter p?U Tke uitr<? led hiui at* length* il?wu lit* baehatratdh. Ha af*ta broka near U.r half aith* p?t* he than b.<-awie ?ouiewbat "feady, aad tlwfll arotitel vllie turn mil up tlia lv me*(ret?k. ffli'u (Martha diawgvi-be a^aia broke, and lb# HW* paaaed th# Maud Ibre* lengUb< ! ahead Xh* *orae made bl* al*th Wreak im tlic ui.par turn, fie trotted very well afterwarda and clcaad on th< mate, lapping bar wharf at tin- i|uarter pole. Il>' m hl? aerenlh break (ff'liu; ?Vwn tha iMrludrati-b, and tha marc lad hlin a r?opla of larftha on tha brwer turn. St tl<*rd on her on earning up tha hoiiioatratoh. an l ?? lapped on bar whereat the alumf Tim* P.P /hrim<l /Art'. ? Tha* wont off aula am) aide (? tha turn, tba horae In oka and Itat a length;. ba br?ke agMn on tlin barkatiatrh. and tlia taara l*d him tarn or tbnw*' l<-rwtlt*' to tha half mile pole. Ua riox-d arwmd the lower turn. aa<l Waa Iap|?d on tier rebel a< tliej T?ine on tin hour alielrb: but ha bloka a* tha drawg ite, and th* man paaaed the aland a coupL' oflength* Oiwt Tlicr ??*.> nn rbanr>- In th<'lr ixmIiI"-i on the up>*i turn, but na going down lb* beckMrelrh the burac cl '**don tha nrara, and aa? at hrr *h?el at I ha ball nilla p?h* They went brad and head on tba lower turn, on <-?rnin? on llae hooiaalratrh Ihe marv brok <, and Ilia harrr look tba lead and won tin' hral I t a l<?utlb. 'Iline V4I Ihiril ll'Ol ? Th< N Itln* ??* now two to <*>? that Mi'* horae a oaM a In H.ejr wrtr aUrled nlcelr Tha hor?t broke jo lug around the upp-i turn, hut kept ll?e lewd He ltd two or three h oath' down tha liarkalretrh, ImK near the half mile |?>Te the mare made a Wuah and rruehed bla wheel. They war* head and liand <>? tbe lower lu??. On e<iinlni( up lha l.onteat n-t"-h th* hurai got aaaf tioia the mare, and w?* a laiiKth ahead at Uh* atand. lha hot a? ke] \ the I a I alt art.und the turn aod dowu the harkatrrtrh to the ba If lull- pole Ihl tha h'Wer tuiu Ihvjr ware head and load, am) tba haraa broke and run eomtnK <>n the hamaatratch. IMram'a mare broke at the dValaure atand and ah* ran lo tba efor*. The barw won by half a h-ugtb. lime & it. Ibe following la a nummary : ? Mo?MT. Auguat 13.? Match, t'.OO two mile heal-. Ua n>ad a?g> aa. Warren I'*ab<j4? named hr. g 1 t I Illram Woodruff named b. in t ? l Time, 6.4*1? 6: M? CKNTXMTII.UC COUKMB, L. I. -TKOITIIfl. A trotting irwlrb for twt allde, mile lu<al<. l~-?t tb. aa In lli?. In barnaaa, fame off on M<'U<Liy afleruuoa. at the leutraviUa Cawraa, between a gray mvta owriad br Mr. Cage and a bay gelding owned In W Miuuru >n. Th? bay wi n lb* race. He ua? drlteo by W. Wlo laa (Ua gray by Jaux a Wbalpley. Tin- gray ?lio.iM hare woo On ihe licat heat tba hay geMlnit ran newrlt half a alki umtar Ihe wblp, and with the grealeal difflrulty awe aard'Hi lu geMIng hla h*ad wllhln lh? dl tan. <? flag, and )ft Ilia jotigea auffeifxl him to atari again The hay af<?-rward? liolte?l knotty, and won lha rai-e THa jrrag Inure Waa drawu alter the third heat. T\m*. 1 .6o\ ? 2:40? U:?. MAHMACnVHWro. I.***, August tl. ? Match, ona mil* and re|?*t, later naaa , ^ H. T. named a. in. Wild ' at , . , I 1 1 M. W. named b. u>. l^>ng I'ond lUwget t S lime, if: 67? 1 :M WI?CON*IK. t'oib l-rwtnu I'ni'wt Mil Wii kii Angn 't 10. ? Puraa, inlla heala, twat three In B?e Hie followiiig war* Ifco entrlea : ? I.rorgf A. tin an entered a. m. tail) Worthier W. t-boh eh entered g. ht'oin I'larker . Mr katna an tared c. m. Velly. t'otn < raeker w?n In three atralghl baata Time, 150? 5AT ? 3t?l CHjr ImrtMy wn, mabijlt roLica col'bt ~k?.kh or * hnw BII1.MMJ- MOW rHIHOMKM ASK LOINJITD. ?' ? *? - ..... tiitinl' all' n *? ra? <'lrr?t from Jua'uo llrauraan. mritiof tha D-aM In *Uit 11." ihlid lltatrlrt Nln# Court t<a **?? (lit 4ilapl<htM rumlltl 11 nf tli* bulMIn/ with ? r?w *? ilrlfimlBliij tliHr arir n a a to th* n*w r.tiflc* whirl* It ?? pripanl in rirrt in Ik* ?ll? of Ifaa fltrifal ill. TV* AMm mm acr?|it?4 th? invitation Imt hat* n?>t m fr* |*ali| tha rlalt , and whll? tliajr arc f> lllHf rM/, aa m>U male rar r?|nl, a 111 (la iu alianac trf lb* Ai lrrmrm, la In- auia, I'ut than that la n?i utmauai ?? lhay ? irantll; alow, t *ry ?low, In tl *lr iii'irMMla. Pom* twritr j'ari ago tbar* war* < nl/ two j*?liea (oarti in Hi* city, ah- fa* ,VV? Vnrk la ?i ? tlir Inrtuoat* omm sf fonr. 1 h* blrat ?* I/>a*r 1'ntlra ('mart ata alta atail ?h*r? it ta at (iraanat, at Ilia T< into; a?i lb* t^'mA nr l|!p?r Court aaa attuat"! at Ilia ron??f af Huaarjr iml Ttilrt itfMt. In lMt, UiU laat Wirt *aa nii'Til to Fiafi Mark*!, an 1 h*a aiw* laM known aa tl.a Third I'kUob Court Tb* bnl 141 iiceta|rla4 aa tb* ?mrt ?a fiirtiaarly a tftUUf laaibH, ami ? a* In *t*i; ?aj unAtW l?r rami i parpait ? aa<l Ma bring In D*< tnr t**l*a yuri without rapair kw mi aid *?1 lu II* a? >/tiim -SaH n? ?r 'uniHilw Itnagta* a ? mall, <ltrn<a! lu t>?, l*?n!j l**l try t?> utjr to* liar *?rn an<l broken In many (laraa, th? with (Mat (a|>* wh*r* tb* m'f tar )t*l (aliatn off aia I l/?arimt ?tar ba "t tli* lain ?linl II lia-S Bllartoit lh">?|ti aal alti f th*r ftrlng no* an I'iaa of <:i?-<*n.' >rt am! <llrt Tla farnltur*, aneai*tli ( ?1 a ?'>rn nit blftfc <1**h awl a?t*rnl lnw U n<"b*a, la in ka*)>iiif with Iba rrat of tba man Nor ata tl??- MBMMMdatiaNM ("T ?ll?'*?" awy tottar Ttaay aia riovtol In a Mill* artra ' j adti* rvam, that ?'>*14 hol'l #h- i.t t *i?* |*ra?rai* ? <<nl' alaWf, jrrt alily aal rlghiy paraaaa* ai* ?Haa b*f>t aiail' llaif ta th>* Uttla IM l?r hour*. to tha 4tarowa*?rt th'r* ta an via rVrw Ofcralaf t*U? air at. I tha |i* *la without ?ai ??wtiUta?W wlia'aai'f lb' "^irt r'? m, n of ?<?*r la Blual aith 1*1 l,un* ri<rlr'?rh??, jtr,'', ntbar ? *?n ri>*|??tabl???>?aa<n, ab" l?ir?j( a tg>?l ? araton "alrin|l 1'ir Uaa u*?ai aa rial <tlatlarlii.ii? alal 'ia?! a-'lba <n?r tb* Uaa ta (rant at *b? hat, ? t ? u that M tha )u4f a'rla Ukr to'*' '? Tha prt~ n at'ar! ?1 xa 'J>|i "xjrl la ???n In a w?raa r?a>||ta?a, avl Sapftiafr f .il In ar?nrat?l/ '??5 itll' " IIMilnaa* It ron'ala* I?ly ?lr.?laaii tafla, ah! Int/ati, ? at??t i^rarma ata w?r'lm?i rc.adi?!? (ia and ? ln'HM"ll. IV atari^a natnbar of jar t" la ta<-nt| all <Uiir a?->r? than ran ?*ar b* ?r I j.r"j??l/ rut aaaaa i) an a yar l*<i lb* aaat* B'l* ha* !>??? ?al ttptir, aH <h> a'm I. In 'ha prt?- a Inai lb* r|rnaaaail?a mai'ar f t ' ???|?r<( M'fatlv, || o*?t|</?arlaa aa4 a* <i(b t? tiuik- a '.'aJll.y a aa ? -? il r'a^h la tl?? 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