Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 8, 1860, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 8, 1860 Page 4
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THE HORSE SHOW. Thr NallvBM KtHlblllon of Hjrtu *t ?prlB|H?M, Nb?i. hkcomj u?v 8 riMcitKuiNu>. -ti-Kininau', ?i'pl 6, I Yeaterday ?u tbe aecoud day of the bpruigrlel t Ujr?t Exhibit too, bo<1 tbe prion itiug* were of b very tuiere-t log character As e?rly'.-eight o'llook ? M tuecm.ianr tx-gau to aenmblr ou thr ground* of too aaa rciall m at flaiupdeu Park, which ib out) b itoort quarter of a m"? Out ol lb?-ln*i>; but the olhrial pru?'i?dlug? did uni u *? tenure uulil Dine o'clock At t"*l hour the .1J Igiw bibo! Jx-ll eumi'MOed clmee* Nna I0 tl a?<t 12 (nulla Bill (II ll-B) to an.- in tile iu (rout of tile judge*' atand for exhibi tioo Xbc fol owing were the Co trie* iu ih We Cl"? 1 Kitty Clyde, entered by (' '? Merrick, "I tbi b * tw.irf he Hiarh 11b ? X ?ol M.og-u brood?i ?o Bud t Ln VNllt. 2 lAdy Allen, eutereit by William II tl, Meri'teu.iiooi.., by kuban Allen?t * i > a'* b Mo.h Iib u M*r?, Mildred hy 1. .? C?*r<, W m Me riutu, own i* ltd d. -* ugor auu ii.aca llmk oruou ? three j ob ? 4 Hon Hot (U lie, entered b? C V Lewu, North ftroaui, Couu .1 Meosenge? Bad -h rioui Murgt?tu-we year* 6 and d J.uny aod Ne'ly, entored h> J..bn Anm**, Jr , Prinix ton, Ooriii., ol hi au Alloc aud Morgan orood?two yo*ri 7 Maud, entered by K W Ru'Coll, Portland, Coua , by CTbi u??two year* 8 and ? Pri?? bui Peggy, aaterod by M H. (i'ldla, Mi< nlotou O.ari by tluM.onger?two year*. 10 la II) , eiitrrid by do , ny M irgau?three )o?r*. it Mark Maid, tailored by do , by Blaokbawg add Morgan?luree year*. 12 Vierooct tutored by rioui?? J. Voat, Hartford; Oboi carl Mi-a-igor. olre uuku wu?.hi? year* 18 7-tr.b Taylor, entered by tv W ( ^uaui, U wtoa of ?rati>bo and Morgan t m ?i?ibree year*. Ybe juttgee, niter Lunpi-vliug tut above, ordcrad a trill Of apewil?thr throe year old* Itkiuy the traok Oral Tbo?e were Meuobtm Maid, t k rt.w* lhlif. Duly nub Fkuruoe. Alihouyb termed a '? tr'al of apeed," It ws? not aunn lu reality , a* no regard a an (aid !o the deeeripttou of vehicle to wlpcb ll.ey were Btlaubed, *<>tur of tb.-ic being h tr ti -wi-o to wagr*'*, otberf U> Icvttiug fntki-W, Bud nth?re ny aui to foul wheeled reel ira.n iV.mcq mully Mitre Cord o' tbe Hue niaili ir valnrieeB, aud lb uiauy lualaucefl ?u Li t takei ?> tbe Jud. ? Mpt the tur. e year old* had Oouii'i'bil their uni- tr it, the two year olda I 'llo??u (lull Thnee a Te l-my Allen, Meal. Pride, Sell) aud Peggy, and * ial biuoiib lU.re two lot# ethi ed aur.b Itiiri lor trotting aetiou au i I red, eBay aty le of g ug in to (tie* (irokilMi id their being beard of agatu at i.o diitaul day C'lr-r No S, being ibe bnuMi mareg that ware ethihited the prided wig day , aere u xt ordered up fur a Ial iir*p.ei| An the come'ew IM (d ei ti le? lira bnoB (rub' .ihed In the itCBAU), It u. uuneiieaaary Ui give tl bere. Mti y ol th mi <11-played aupertor trotting ij ialitie?, aud ih or p - lig' -ee (.bowed tin iu In he of the beet hl.md iu the Cdite I Si tt m A nrowu u.are belonging In Count Hieialei. ? Hue-.a I nobleman, by Hying Huiehmui out of H air waa moch ttdm iied At ten o Itvk a n-ry i i-rentlng feature of the lair (tbi exbiott: u of farcy mate red horaea. gt Mega or rnaiea) waa witncweoi Tbm in toe liat waa udoibertil Clare 16. and had tbe foil uriug cntrle* ? 1 H K (Mb'HOe, New Vorg, To|'?y and Uulf Ota* Held, by Biait Haakaud Meiuwiiger e ?"onu' alg it tear* old Tbeae uai e a beautifdl dappled lOeattuaBd -lap plod gray, with whip uiaue and tali, and w j adcuira bly matchtal 2 HP Twtlcbrtl'i, Maeg , lad- Pratt and Wilamaid, by *t??ctijr?ir and fy|>o. rUtii brrtwu aud ligot . ay Tbugo lookid wi ll, and trotted together Urst ran o J Wtlooi, Veridm. Ooau , H-il aud J\m. by !?h?r mau'f M Tg-vo Thig pair baee prerioudy taken dtate Fair prizes for una ciaaa Taey are two dara brrtwu bnreiw, about 16 bard*, well uiatctie-l, with inagnilcout style of actual and elliiited geurra a!mtra"ou 4 1 Irani) and Tige, entered by H Pewit r, Conn , and ?Ired by Morgan, were a dark eorrel aod ba 6 4 pair, aurrel and black, eut-red by J 0. Wtrd, W.?r Miibury, O nn , wi re admired lor their due awc?p tog at< le of going d A pair, white and black, enter*d by Jami-a P. ed. Palmer, Unto A trial ot apewn between iheae fancy te?ma took plane, and iheti Nna 6 f aud ? were ordeao t > i-get her, nod niter*ar o On raiuariiug Uamx n triaig ul e.il?d Btuch anm'rat.i u. at ball p-at rieyec o'clock rlaawa T arid 18, containing tbe lollowiug iv.trie* were trough! ou Ibe traoa ? cuv wo 7?*TALUoa.t iw two him ou avp vm~ lk Young Kthan, Alr-ah IV. uhi. of Lor rmradow, rA<?ed to MaauacbuiNdta, Morgan aud Nnuilt', 800 puutu'a, 2 yran Gold Hunter, Wm McMullco.of Fomere , k>nn , railed to Toaunlicul Biarvk Hawk WQ> round* Id'; btad* Young l?*>c Klnr, D B derrick, ol VVilbrabau), raided to MaaMcbuaeua, Black Hawk, 2K }eura. Young Napolroo, Jan.oe Hum .d Kail Lonymra.ioa, rauu-d to Mioift artia, Morgan, 1 000 p >uQda, 2 yeara, 11 band* IHtp4MG Bnoapartc, Horace Harbotor, of t lion, ral?*<1 U Maaaact oetV, Morgan, 760 pound*. 2 Jeara, It),' baoi"i Hi rain t *,Jr.,V Bfi'J, ?f Buetou, raiaed to >'??? rtiua. tta. M. hi ger and Lug nan, 12' puund* I )>tn, 14 V, hu rt* I*'rial ban, W L Bradley, of Merlrt m, Corn , ratee.1 to <Vu.iicct.cut, r/.t j Cluutiil, BOO pound*, 2 y or*, 16 band! Garibaldi, R. 8 Frmlng, vf ClappT'.i'e, rata. d is Maria CboMt'a. tUhan Al^Mi and Mary Taylor, t*dU pound*, 2 yi-ats, 16 banco Hampuhtr* Chief, F. P BarUnt of Vcitl.arartor, ra *ed to Maera bu*rlt* Black Hawk and Columb'.if, 1000 poundr. 2 yearn. 19 hand! Mufo, haanual J Jar tax, of Hunting. I I rtird on lot I lal u-rt, 11) II1 Cloud fU/d |MHif>d?. ) ram. 16 baadr I.M-r.H H lawrroor. of New f.wk rawed tu New York. Hel.m,6t0 puunda, t |?r?. II boo t* Grere M mnloae Yetkee, J # I anil, of K .-to Wundruwt, Coon , rrlaoi io Unnerticut, BacaUtak, 1 t*0 2 i ram ||i; band* tmr frail. , R Bri.au, ?f Mi-m York, raiaod la Mew I York, Krranur. kOC pnusd*, 2/ran, 14 \ hand. iToleetioe R Br-iwn, of Neo T>>rk. railed lr New York. Vtww, 22* pound*. 2 )e?rr, I4\ l?r*i iHikr Juar t>b H-u. II, mi laMCttut' ur, rt<*'d ta Maa mcIkjx t?, M-*e< ugr; and alaca iiaak, WOO pound*. 2 from, IH, hand* Y.I' IX IK r.* K. f! Patch, of ftmiayl.- d ralea-l In ktra huartla, huror aad Morgan I 100 puuada, k yeara. If haade (?*? r<n?, I ymar. Majforc, of Bradford, Maaa , rawed In k'*# arbua to. tro'.tiii( < htlder* <910 pour 1*. 2 yea re, 161, baada enuwtcaa Fagle, Horatio Rnlma* t-f FiaC rd, Conn , ra rr4 ta One Mr -u? M. .??< cgrr aod M< (an, 000 pound/, 2 J ram. I' band* Gmro Mountain * ildcal. I> B d rrrwrtt, of Rilbrabam, re Inert ia Vaaaacborrtt* OJO puuada. V y?are CuwM IS?<vit? (ai*ujna? ft i , njnm a), Ml TUl ear rota* two atydUlrSd. w D Prouty.id *"o r ?? w, ra.ard la Hul den 1 tear Mar iu?att, lobr Br. 41. Jr , of f r -oa.Fibaa A lro aad Moryan Vt pmada. I yar, U " ' ?* Youod Haehaw, P D Warrrr.wfr >e?eld. faiaed la IHwaMb^.^U*, Btfbaa and I'urur eda 1 j-ar Itaiiruwd ?.\,M H Grifflj.of Port M . rata*d la Owutrrt ? , MriacncTr aad Morfaa aon po<m4l>, I year, 14 v haurtr , Mb air B railih, cf BouUtboro, raaa<1 la Hart Ibrd, Cbac . II mobUi Jwtf*?Jiwtaa Ooeby of K>rth Ardoter Fraacl* Rotrb. o> ukreyn rotuitr. N T F.nah* IVatbrc. of Mow ?riMia.tkw- . * C Btboock.cf N?? Ha/ir A Adtaii, of Bcwtrui ufl. Howe, Brook Held The trial r." apeed arrmc ibr b?aea Brblaee Xo Tat* ? m. at etcitlaa cor M< rv, LrriaHMa (both by Flriac Cloud i and ftimui '*.* Jr . eaate l" ahrat aad it tbrtr float trial *?*< aad Ur-atba ra ?? la lr the order n??r I la tbr aeroad ud 'iai Buy alih?aea be got laat dt. eaaw ta >ml ta', 2 02 TYr^'l riar* inal rime oa 4he Irark w?r' thr aaddk' bor. W llf ?*.? dewrrlptK* borwea, altb-oyf there M at prraer l MK a krea. <?r?awd <a cm arque?oe of c.aea trwe ncrc ? omwniud ?? gene-ally l*afi -ujahle, nrr true ?!r a ter> limited entry,. ?p.tel.g tip-lotlow' g ? Ma*aac tY?aaone ao*ea Lad; *".la, I .win* fkarer?e. of Wimted ,, raletd la Meoeactuacata, Mraocsger aad M<>'p?a, l.f'J r -ode, B year*, 14', Iraoda ttbeHe. M t Ot k. ra ee-t and mM ,b Y fim>, ?otlr-Ak Morgat t*d i??n.ia, T ream. 16 haa ta. Mewatala MaW, |i W Heme <.( u,.rio?6. I -alaad ^ Maaaer ttaaetta, Muryaa aad aatirt MP jn.u. 4., T year*, 12 bar.d? l.ydla. Mtc C iwke. af Mxaleid rataed k Mare* rbuartte, la t.K , MM pound*. \? yean. It | uaa la Morgaa, A R Mataer, raiad la Yermual, d weaa, M0 gtouuda. ? yan. I4S baade K ?>n Baad, O M. lodani. of Hart', i. C an *alead lr *? -wioat, BUaok Hawk, fH.0 p m id*, ? rear*. f| b-nJa. Pla k Hawk rarwier, Joaar Ilnanurwef.ee B id port, Yi , r?i?ea a Termoai. Pkw* Hawk, Pun n, iada. I yr?-% 16 /?dam?Onlna Ron aaao, of Hew York H 11 P.-1 -a,?l BeaJlb.ro. WtrMO (? r.ytao-tlb: J. M R-ed, Vf .af AI1a-f Aaajd. McFtajej ^ *o,-t[?|. 4; r.*r? H Im* . uf R< i aad, V? , Wv.ei i .nana, , S?w fork TSey mrr* *a,roi?od la the d: ?m* ? ? ? of 'Y? r v by oo# ?* ?*? j .dyne aed V".w 'h -be I'm bee of I .-are rib blf*u e ?# ro limtro f'.a a *? a r* In ?renlag r*..re < ibe -toe T?e*j w? re ta * 'ad, a.m.r a-e ?i?-?* . tete w.to f ?>* H .r*lrf.r*;t jj. ftr? _i ?l iktr . e ? i* aM .c.u.l eiPtir-t an ?*?*,; daraut At L na '1 t e Aw dinner ' 'le?rpB. and wbMi lb. rmw -??,*??- nrnrnar c-d there new at lenal fior J4 !*?> *t |k.?M j. ,a ?* bi far (b ? r?i cam* eat la RTeat ? r"?, ad tat r-ao-i ? taa p raea' *| a . *ry n|. ?? Med an Mar' vt .npe?m va, tbe ray drear ? of lb* adl<a Wa..ia* aa ad-', .enai iharm aaJ iaiirmt to tn? ***** Y*o f ?a? delaa.fni ar la Hon brier* fr ta g|. Orr vrflt'/mt rlrar, wnich tairU ta* n rk, ar-e abfr ?or ir'ag le# ?en'i ran At ??? WeVMfe ta* mm- ?.eum?i the ? a'duooe iiu I a by mtitay ip ika Wi 2 (Maillot*, |*> . ream -ed aa-toe If* ynara) far w ?) Tn* Mtowiaa are tb? er trlm ? 4.i* fit f bwk# or ra nu* ami rmt r;e? h if ? -bam, i? rb fa** **, rater t la Virmoo'. D.aab Br Wk 4 forro, 14 , baada * H ojJ?a Htar* .lawkKhat|*ap of Mim row**, B Y , ro^d to ?? a bOb.ua R?o? Hawk aad B>, Uh, t.OeO 4 fear* |?|g hi .da vrjjrj "W, 0,1-ta IV N.rjr. . of -dsrewaV,.. r* > !?- M? Mkjtnj?-iia, Mmparen, MBpo. ada, ? yea a! kadt b.atatwrdr, f If Beanett ir V?*r ">u-i . raie-J It s'i-it, Iiv-k llawk and Mom. uf r, l ow t, ,B?. 4 ?*?'* 14 K itao ta a ? *%??'* . Cbaftae P*rbee, #' Mer dea Dean , rai%*4 la Coeaartf j| On. r Raw < aoJ Xooei.ifer. 1 160 pmert, I y it n-'t ?.** He.*',,T* ' " ' Wr?.?0 pabauf pf Mum Pfce dl?t O ? . 1 W .) >4* g ftmf -4?b 4A- , c a. U?U, td New OriHtie, t? ui. , .?d**I intoen.-cticnt, Mrsaecgor ud Sherman Mur L.kn, 1,000 pounds, 4. Lauds Napoleon HinCk IU?k. C. M Lewis, of New Britain, (.??!, . tkixrO IK I'uniclir II. Wtaecugec and 8her?*u Mor ? ?' lOOOp-ur lc, ? .l** hands Young Hampden, C. M Law is, <A New Britain, Conn , t'atd m fujM'-iiiui. M-wwuger anil Sherman, 1,026 <>>mur, 4 yew* IP hnndi: ML~, I N. n .u.e, W 1' Harm vine, of Salem, Mass., raised la F ten , Mhan Alien and Meiwugt r, BOO pounds, 4 year*, 16 Pal 111. Burpriar, K W I>ei ma. BrWtol, R J., raised la Rhode In an I, thoroughbred, 960 pound*, 4 year*. 16)4 bauds. IViitiaC, J J Craooal , IP atUetturo, Vl , raised In Hn poll, Vl , Bunk I lawk, &M puuuok 16)4 hands. Arabian Biai, Hawk, I) C Perry, Windsor, Cl., ralaed *i a mosor locks, aa Arabian aud Moigau, 1,0*16 pountil, 4 jiarfc, 16)4 Lands leiUaUu, Jainei Shed 1, of Alio-J, raised to M w York, 16 iip>i and Sir Henry , 1,060 pounds, 4 years, 16 bauds Hci e ta Buy, John Muultoo. of Framing nam, ralaed to Mueeaibuset 4, Mcanenger, MB pounds, 4 years, 14)4 heeds Black Warrior, Ramnel Noyes, Enfield, N H , raised le N'-w Hampshire, mo man Mur dan, 1,125 pounds, 4 years, 16 hands. Huk. ry Jack, Adams Carpenter, Pruvldeoae, R. 1, re >ihu1 in Rhone lalaud, Ethan Alios and Litchfield, 800 pounds, 4 years, 14)4 hauda Fiat k , luwed in ? ?uuut-ct cut, Hla'4 Hawk and lloasen gei, 040 I' uuils, 4 years, 14)4 hand A. ) imiujj Kihau, C-phaa <! CnarabcrPn, raised In Maais hnsetie, Ethan and 61. lAwrouce, 060 pounds, 6 years, 6 i at.da. Young America, Samuel L Culler, Burlington, Vt , aiMd in Vermont, Plying Morgr , 667 pounds, 4 years, 6 hands hiliy, I Amis Parker, rai ded in Ma. sachusetts, Kth.au Alii ii, BOO pounds, 4 years. 15 b tnda Miles Siaiidieh, K. 1) Hjt-b A Co , 8horeh*m, VI , raised in Massachusetts. Black ll.wk and Mary Taylor, B66 pounds, 4 years It hai.rs S ib pprngue, George K Wee?ot, Worcester, raised in Mari-e<hum-its, Ethan Allen. 1,066 puuuds, 1 years, 16)4 bai its. Pathfinder, Jr, Willi im Petiibone, mlgod in Morlden, Culii , K aca Hawk, 1,100 pounds, 4 years, 16 hands Judy*?-do Mon ls-uviii, of Great Harrington; E. H. Him , of -laflnrd, (oun ; I. D J lyn, if Greonfleld, iiau ; J lb.board, of Middlolown,Coun ; Frank Johnson, ol Ni w Ytuk. In the trial of : wod of the first dlrlslon of the above, Hirkory Jack came in first, Bli. y Suooud, Both dprague third, a.iu Fi-ank fourth, time 2 69 Among the second diviann Puntiec *?- the winner, Y.iuug Ftban snood, M b -laiic'ish third, and Naugetucfc fourth; lime, S IS A ir al of (peed Between Hying Dutchman, 3 yetrs. by Mack .lawk and Messenger, owned by H J Peek, of Count* ttent, uncer th? ?addle. ujd Black'Hawk 2nd, & years, by Blank Hawk, owned by Wm. Hale,'of Meri den, oun , to wagon, now followed It was w mjby the Intchmac, although hr hroac icpeaterily In a t'ial be . twetn two spun ill Clark Hawks, Patrick Henry and , Rnbtrl Fait.si, tne former won; time 3 minnow "his was a id eat exciting race, and was closely cunteited through | out. I There was no c >mpet:tloo with class So. 27 (strong truck teams), the magnificent train of Silas C Ho r'.ng, the laiueu sab nianu1 uilurer, fi ighP-nlng away all cou t'wtanis 7bey were trolled In front of me itaud, turned qu'r.kly eevonU timi* bv ihedr.ver (who bail no rome , ui the lew)ii g norm-), to eh> * the complete subjection ; th<y art unoer to his toice They weic mu.-h, and de srrvcdly, admire 1. rhrs?* hi.'iea are of CoueaViiga, Peun., breed, and avi rago over 1 fpiO pcunds each 11,?? shew ol lauidy h >rt kt, used on tb-i mad. 4c , was the last and newt interesting t>art of Ibis dav'i proceed lugs in- tuhuw.ng is the entry, cornyru.og uo less | thau forty nine eutilee:? CLASH SO IT ?VAMltT V>aHBS Fancy, Jainev Abbe, of -prmgueld, raised in New | York; HambkloBian breed, 1.1U0 pounds, 7 years, 16)4 i hands Norman Ward John R Poor, of Boston. I igtitiooi, Bei uniiu Peace, of Warehouse Point, raised In C: isda, Engiisn breed, 1.400 pousds. 6 years, 17 hands Mijor,P E Chsdwlck, of Weetf.eld, Mass, raised In Berkshire, Mess., Black Hawk, 1,040 pounds, 6years, 16)4 hands Price, H A. Pbaloo, of Hinsdale. N. H , Fnltpee sad Meseeugrr. l.OtO pounds, 6 years, 16)4 bauds Tige, 1). 1> Crumbie, of H >lyek?, Mtss , raised In Hol yckt-, Meaeengrr, 1,160 pouoda, 7 years, 16 hands. Ned, F Bush, of Wen Mcrnlen, Conn , ealsol la Now . Yoik, Mease gar, 1,140 pounds, 10 years, 16 hands. Jenny, b r> Haaard.of Knflel t, ralw-d In Canada, St. Lawrence, 1 060 nu aids, 6 year*, 16)4 bands. Peter Di>\le, Uanlel A. Ptti'l pa, of Hartford, Conn , talaed la Vermont, Mirgan, 1,200 pousds. 6 yaars, 18 "brpwitrr, Daniel Phillip*, raltel in Ohio, Maaaon ?rr, J 200 loctidr. ? ye*?. M baud* u? ' RoLte.HUu.llwrrab'O.r.lard In Bnngor, He., Mor ?-? VrrnxNit, Morrill breed, 1,060 poonda, t ye*"*, 16 < b\"ray Ibnxwk, 811m C Herring; ?t to H.M.-t Mcaoougor, 1,?* poundn, 9 yenra, 1? ! h^Kanay Wylde. H?nry WyM?J* Brl?Bfl?' V M**e^r?'^l lu MaanacbuaalU, Mn.naiagor,ttO pound*. ? yrnro, MX "Girlie L. i.Chepmea,of UoBn.Oonn , raved Id New York, dbdnLali Orood, 1,1*0 pouude, t yonra, It bj5S5o.? 0 Cornwall, of Yalnt.r, N Y., roWod In No York. Morgan and M<-s.enger, 14? pounda, 4 yearn old, 1#Hon'^ r. Wiloo*. of SprloetteM. rained In UMo, Mor goo. 1 110 pouida, It yea?. ? - ,.1Md Back J.? K Hubbard, of Moolpellw. Yl , rawoo in Vermont, Black Hawk and Morgan, 1 ?0t pound*, 1 yean, ''^bnlTy? William Warrm, of Portland. MO , rained in Malar, Morgan. ?M pooule. ?? r.i~vl l an* ( Ui UHirr T?bur, of IWfer h4?Bi, N. T.( Wiw uK.',;s;" t,? * aw. J... 1,0" *???. ? TSJ^SiTSSw. - r? <*? aretU ul Mnrgai . 1 000 ??uede. 6 yrare, 16 baod* TSSr.lt B Vautieoara. of ?,r.Mo. r.?edIn Jfar -ii-rrrr-^svs? * v., H? raierd in Meeeanrn?etlr, Morrill end Maaaanger, MMS* yraealagbMB, aW ii iaa., Mn* tiger, W0 p?nda, 10 year., 14 St I .nrey Taltrhall. of Braaen* rained In Varment, tsr* ?uiS-m.?, '??tJ.'srv''."C.WS-, ?? ??~r rut Bmc itank Mean*gar, l-o60 piked*, T Joan., It ? TaTnw i "* -uy. M ?f Grlffe retard la ConnecUcul, Mta arrg'r 1 26 iriun-W. 6 >ra?a, l?)k hand*. ' nurt SiUanrtb. of M?rre, rawed In Vermont M<TC*a O poun 'a. 6 r.are Ul. b?u'^ cmalun M ah. v r I ,' i and. tanM u? New York, vanaiue a l ..?, 4 rear*. It handa , , . of U d)nk". rawed In Vermont, Mor .rare, 16 band* . I Tart" ?* tUrtford, ralnad la Varment, :rTUlb*^. r?m*d I. C*~la. M0 6 hsn<l* ^^?i ?m>u I sprtngdekl,rawed lal 6T6|> undr, T yarn, I. haada. r^iJl ,4<y, Im,.I.?, 1* Pert Wiu.wml, <oua rawed m 2L_. 1,1* r >?ade. I year*. It teed. Vadurta, k *?a# i*arle*?B, Black U*wk, PtO yoanda, 3 <* ? H ? ~f2U* in var Mieganaad ?rroeh.? >"a? ^ (.?SirM K w WOT^VIT mmF* , tn^rtwiil 1M0 MMMfclit t to ' 'fllW'iil, ? r^?*l . PklBdd in VI 11*^1 K ti <& Uualrf, 1- 4. Mranley? 'd Amberrt laie^-o aamac 1 M^-VCT^r^ m??Mt, .. ? . . ado ponada. a >rara, 15 s haade. _ 71? dV* *^1 Per*. J^i. Ne- Yma, (...umbui and Uambw?on.an. 4 ?^"rt^Rrube. fcw, -f UttlHon rrsLU7tjrt^ ce K c. J oh ii n> , J t r* ro^ <?, ? . .w ... L ?t-ed al tba aam# me, aad >? **v?? , id tea b i-a ra. lt l? tha * tnai i ay -? bore, a'P kae-a oa taa li k* tWiraa. I i.aa 4 aera Ibrr In b.^-0^ r?ysi?j* rrvj,^ I a-?r.>mr tatkm* r?a*? ?a ablam^ -llboatmeg -aw dMBtadf. - Tbe lrlah ?4?Ot??-? ??mi n" nu?a orrtwm to r*M*c* Ywrkkrow i Ibe bdle-iag latter, auicb at ?r? we* anopm-M to b? a bat, la tew |<ub l*b*d aerlwwlj by tb* L?u J M<*+ >ng ? r B(> Aa_^ j ltw Pe.a-a*-l l.raleir a-y. act only1 nbki "MOnmantbtab ??," -bleb you uave ?-rana? L?vi M In prrariit le me. bit aim 6* tb* romplimeeler. . te>iaa -b?b tan apMy to my pa*, j ebarartar aa I aan I ?'? harrr ?*? ** two It aam e y M amerrity tba* 1 rrd-iam tb'w. roar r. w*t ewrk, k/'d.a r.4 . maomreta Mitblr a - .*irt now par of ujt in of 1 reman via . !.**? ?r aror ... i leaomrmar a ala 'tMl .lb gb I ana ??* ooo ?>? Uwn? ??'? In a ,tr a. ?? mvar II rf till- ? -llrr by Vra r* : aei #? ior t?at ~ ? ar 'n- r?a ???'! 1 t r?*e trrtr to , -k I ran en ai.d 'irbr<'), i yt iWt' f ll-ea A lead 'v ^ eapaahea and mti r? trteeemt. jawrMoa a',.* " em., r a ly **w? jatware SB Ymmaa nn4nn tad ^Ild3ia1b L"' teatiny * r*m*|* P<d??lra?T'"'T mwamw wiM li g.M?d. oft* ra waat'wn a dumartP- Pfer fCmaal la rmaac.k* -lib tk? orow* if rag^and, o? ?* mo. - ai immamdeat rtatimno an a aai'en, eater awe of r#t J ^ ^ theIi deb B.em Md,nafrr^tgneva aetdnm eratboinah mJSJSSFS^Tiwa r~rri, n wrlV-r. wb" ' '*!_T. ^_. **f "j^Tl ^-c-r I ...... ? m|4 N fli4f K1 fHW* **f IWw ^fMlUwTs* MTU?t tbd r.t:^ apt. an uf , K-.n,M le rrajer j MWw W t*. I La baouY t? t'i'i taat Ibe cov ? ten. fifb^ ?1 rr.iev ru^tir lr'-n 0*f* *f* ^ ?'9*; T*'Llh%V. ryW'^w,. * f. J A. Br. lenaaed. fm-***+ ?^*?^?2 ?mm it ?* rar b B-' ? ?? / 1 ,T ... " ? f mtl Bit eaa'l a S -W' lata *<n ? * a B- ingbt vtberwbt f ?bmt Bf Mm Hfftntn* Of the fe*toh press Hi* irwdiilN of your ptspklel has Ixm read by many thousand* la lht? rxmnlry Tbere are many points ol affinity b< t ween the Freocb lad the Inch character, and lbe lradit.ua of this country lead a large portion of my countrymen to entertain to wards Pratt.- auulimeuu of alfecM?o tad gratitude Yi? Bwi therefore rely upon the eglttenre of a dispo sition on the part ol the U"rh people to appreciate your die ire to champion their rights and to defend their cha racter. ?ueb being my renvtction, I venture In their name to thai.k yon for yonr part labors in their cauae. I hare the bouor to be yours, very lalthfully, WILLIAM B. O'BRIEN. Monsieur Mann Mswnw, Parte. Abtuta of Aoaerlcoo teamen. TO TBI XD1TOB OF Til* HKRALD. '?Audi Alteram Partem " An article under the above caption appeared In one of the city papera In the early part of thin week, which, ou aooount of the foul Injustice It does to a m?t worthy elaas of men, deserves some refutation and well deserved rebuke. I totve railed out of New York f>r twenty-five years In various capacities, from boy btfore the trail to chief offi cer and oommaadcr, and, though "out of the ring" for eevrral years, I ffel it an uicuaiOoot duty to take np the odgels 10 behalf of my former brethren in that honorable and dangerous profession which has shed ss much glory upon our country at any other, however "learned" they may be atyted; nor shall I withhold a J oat tribute of re fpeot to the worthy "forerun,t hands" while vindicating the character of their officers from unjust and undeserved aspersions. I served a long apprenticeship In the Liverpool and I on-* on p icketo, In steamships and in India clippers, aul I have noticed with deep regret the degeneracy of our merchant marine for the last fifteen years?a retro grvealon which has made many a man eager to escape rem the misery of a'Utfe on the ocean were," and which ? I think 1 con readily account for In other ways than hp ?addling it upon the "cruelty of offioera." The d tsoovery of the gold mloea of California and A is trails opened uew fields for stlor adventure, and the ad vantages the crews of Booth Stamen hold over their otfi utra soon broke down the old and aucaasnry restraint which la iuuiepensable to anything like naval discipline. When "Jack" could el aider hie pick and ahovel. sad among the rich planers of the golden land reap a rich bar vest tor trie voluntary toil, free frost all ruatraiut.lt Is not uoiiiU-rlul that be thoult forsake hie ocean h >me, wiih all lit perils and privations, tor the pleasant field* of Eldorado. Crrtain it is that the old class of sailors?men of the old rtyima?who, after their apree on shore was over, wentou board their ship able and wiping to perform their duty?this old and worthy class of "ah. II Decks'' disappeared with the discovery of the goll minus of Cali taenia and Australia Bui ships must be manned, and la the place of "able seunen" a new class appeared upon the forecastle de k These were generally mot who. Laving served no regaltr apprrnttctsMp as Bailors, had still a strong desire to reach the gokloa region*, and the sail ?r lanii.ords were near too scrupulous to ship thein aa "good men and true " In 1854 I salted from New York In a large new clipper for CWL'ornia and China, manned by fifty able teamen; for ao "the articles" affirmed; bat on getting to sea we found to our great diaoontUturc that there were bat twelve wbo -ould make an approximation lowtr la Mag an able seaman's duty. Nor this alone; most of lbs in competent ones were Insolent and disobedient, and ever I rvacy to thirfc the meet necessary work of their waich by day act night. No a, it is ail very easy for soma sanctified landsman to sit down II. his quiet room, and pen an article foil of holy horror, when a mutinous and rebellious crew are dead with a -cording to lb. Ir rich deserts. Cadoabtedly la ataneee have occurred and will, where tyrannous officers have exceeded their lawful powers, and visited the tnno cer.t hi d guilty alike with harsh and cruel treatment But that these are rare exceptions any one trust acauoW ?edge who read* the few Instances cited by the jour nal referred to, after searching back the rocorils for maay years. Why did be not overhaul the catalogue of crows arrest ed In oar very hay, wbo havo rtsoa up to mutiny, sod, armed to the teeth, havo restated the orders of the oncers to "get under vetch?" I can from me mory call orer a lone I let of our old packet commander*, whose namea are ernoBymuuF with every honorable and generous eoarnctsrisUc. Int ua na ne a fee ? OeMaine Chariee H. Marshall, ? A. Hopay ew. awwtock. Crooyw. Morgan. Waits, Ac., Ac Now any (die may institute an laquiry into the cha-ac tor of three mm, aa to tbotr reputattoua ,>a eea or chore, I and he would art,re at thieconclusion?that a more hifb roUinod, nolilr net of men It would be difficult to Bud 1a anybus'nree or professional walk of life. mrt tb# secret of this dafrtiorary of our merchant, aye. and naval seamen too, amy be eeaily attained by a visit J* the eallor hoard my bounce on Water street end other I looailllee, lor they are, with some honorable uo>ptrat, | sat ffmtru, end tu character alike Lot the phtlaathropl-l "la anarch of I ghl" become acquainted with the propria torn, and learn tba secrete of tbeir operations, and be will : eona aaderetaac why aaitors, under such guidance, should become perfectly reck Iran ? bile on abore and utterly re j gnrdiees of discipline wblie at eea Many of ibr-e land I lorde are utterly devoid of principle or abase amrKo ta toelr heeeitlnc eui, and If tbey can eut seize tbeir ric I lue -e "adranoe"?for they alwaya make pure of his pay? tbey care act who or what tbey abip ae eeemsn. Heilore BOW a-daye "travel on their inuecle," and a knock down on shipboard la but pamiaie tu them, while, under the manacement of eallor landlords an i sailor law yers. the officers are oertala to be mulcted la baavy Bam wbiefc Bad tbeir way Into the pockets of thee rapacious barpiae Many eelf styled eaanaen al.ip ou beard our packet ships solely for the purpose of seducing emigrant girW. n-lblug contract men, sad having n remunerative row with the captatu or the ? bloody male " Purrouoded witn eucb men as these, afloat upon a stormy ocean, what la aa othorr to do to enforce obedienoe W> b? orders? Would that papsr or Its correapoadeat re commend pcrouaai< u ?and when thai fails a 111 be coaa eel the east beet mttbod of proeeduief Tender handed stroke a aetata, And It atiafe you lor your paint, Craep it Itka a man of mettle, And It eoft as a ilk retuaffia? 'na tb* earns with com an* salutes? lee them kindly , they rebel; Bui be rough aa nutmeg gratere, Aad the refuse ibey you weu That's aa old sow, and a wise one. ton Ptnct iBct cruel) discipline oa shipboard Is rnrealtal, aef 'Sly In the safety of the ship and cargo, but of more raJ'-ab e human Uvea, and be wbo seek* to tear dowo the "?rrlere of proper rntralsi and l?eern the authority of ?dtw- is os w Ibis bamy and ftel beroniieg hardened eel ?* ???" haa much Is aeswer ft.r, and ba t better keep hi a aelt^ on far" ?rmd, or he may yet learn this leasee to his le omc i .on let me have assert a fart which M too pa teai to admit of eootmdtctwa The immautrv of our eoble jacket ablpe, ae a ilaan, are g*atlemru of ackaow leered nht tj and of hub repute Many of th-m. p -seem medals frjrs the various Rompeaa Sovereigns for the g? arriow risk of their own lives to mve others, aed eey one ?f"1 seek a to oaet opprobrium ou their name, or their prirfuasioa will leap a full haremi of the seed he soma ? _ _ AS 0U> BL.VCK BA1XK*. haw Tc 11, Srpt T, 1M0 I'm lt*u Itaun Cwmawatnelnmer'a Cnwrt. Br fore Jamse Brtdgbam, Bay riiaktii or Mrmon oh tii bhjii mas. fWrr 7 ?TV rfatfad WeX r? Arymmm W Am%**vt aed Oerid feyoMi ?The defendants are charged with the murder <4 nae of the crew of the packet ahfp fldella, o-we unknown, on the algkt of the l*tb of J sly leaf Kt am saltan wee oommenoed yeelerdey aad John W -sMlk h-etifled. oa imrt of the lalted Males that on the night la qaeat'ca the defendants, whs were the sue commenced by one of them beat try deceased la the Ihce w tb hu Bat .k "TTai handenike at htm while he was ? .iTi.1 broaghl fry the heat-ng. both I bee ft'ied bias one u ith a napttta bar In hia baad and f.aa. ]i Pfswsed b'm no r ee ae either to drive or ranee him u> jutrp over the side of the rraeel Into ibe sea wbet be was drowned. Mr tb-'ofcoe, defendants counsel rmae evim-ned ihwltb J? ? veer that y. but Minted nolhing eew. Mr. Oso I Aadrcwa lid t'ttt?d Ma tea Mr Umokar far acts. ?' thr Allaaftt Htenntere. Tf? Tttf BMTOh OP THE HtSat.P. It yo-r i apr< ssiou of yreterday you state that Ibe o-at Br.fera asade the peaeege Tn,m this pert Is Mil tets. Bar a ta nine Bay* fbur aad a half bourn, the ?hcrt. it i,me ever tuade by aay iteamer, he. iJVre'ty ycu are esrrect aa she was ths Brat aad oaly si tn eskoei I hat swr made Ibe pa.-- gn to Jfnford Have* fro* Jh-a Jfortj ^ ,r y*, tn.na thai she had I * tn KiMikuid jroy (Mrtimlf tn 1 ? ag the t sederunt, for leetanre m her last out I p^??r -faf the es a to r. sres ii n oe da- e Bvw , ands h\*f f-wi . Osw.? etmg It.', in Ilea Tarth r than i * &_-?? litre -, ? ?id, at if ee kaota pe. be y make th-tand rbme.un t. ? , u, p_ It. ,-te.w os. i . t-.on bt^d the r>at : i. ? fa hnutkndabmf gw!l r-Ay AfHrtle tad Uipanurst. ? , t??|S-Al>. T *1 ? *s ? t! +tr * -4 ? f a c w, p r . kg. i L* ttlm L'f 2^ riXi' 1 f tM | I' Mtaae. Varlaana P..sa U a. 41 or j t>? awe' I awe Wiuis.-ui., ftP- SMwuab'r M<wtlee m->fr nd fa-, a i *mw t atans Mr eat s? , i 4.+^ y v r? ^ y a 'V h. Ik ? (la'ee M ?rr far <fr wyk trB&S&rS 1 WW r^mer tl'h r?el ^ t | i Indlgwa. r K niton. O U-?1 Welecmnn. I _ _ wrtHTrnqp. Tjz^ss zr;r.K? tlrz jssslt* tsz'Xsi o L7tf| ' *r"^ IrWJea H;Wrr. fare Use IV H m,* r, ? ap r ? n f % liLu, f L L JIp * 4^-r tfi Tomiw*#- TlcSffi Wf.^l I I>r r 4 ? era 1 Itoi Iwy, ltlwee?i j *? ? ,ir'm p iLi Fmr+- * f/t i x,m> J w w " .rr.Krri* fchAera^ml'* Wlhiiltki^m >.** ( Cltjr b>tcili(rmcc. fjfjl jw Uwa HTMvr? About five o'clock yesterday mom Lag g ?rt WM disco vmed la the true rail tug manu factory of Huv"blD$? & Wickereham, No*.: CT, 19 andfl Lewi* atreet Tba' Bremen were prompt l? at the premises, end soon emtlakVMtdd the lire The dim age dou* ?o toe bulldipg and *.'?* by fire and water wha.io.ntU about $100 Insured for 1

r?noe companlee, rtra?lhr..t#V * ;???' HMsurit., (6 OOO, Markat, $o.n.??; 2 but, IS,OfiO, Keeolnte, ?*,6?X), Tbr Die originated in a bariei ^ grc-ad charcoal and coal, supposed from a apatk. Balk or Blood Cattm?The urtyft.'1*"1 of ^ pore bred Alderney cows and calr w, reoa nil* l<i ship JfeUadtlphla, by Mr Herbert, attraev ** * '?'!? nojDber of thoee Interested In the Improvement ","cb to pier No 1 North rlrer yesterday. The bit-tin^ , lively, eight of the cowa being quickly J lap we* at ** prim avrrag >ng $200 each, esuluaivo of the calm, which were sol-* at prleee from CM to $100 tann Two of the cowa were not hold, no en.< being Willing to ad vance Oh the elated prior, $176. Mjwcantuji Lmkajiy Amocutioa ?The L brery nod Reading Room of the Association, aa also th. down town muce, 69 Liberty street, will be reopeoed for li e dlstrt Put ion of > ooka. Ac., oa Moo.Ui, Heplember 10 During the evmtfng of that day all the rocnw of the Aaaoetatloa will be freely thrown open to the trap etion of the public A general reunion of members and their frlenoa tie* peeled for that occeatoo. Brooklyn City News. Ts:At or Bras Fuut Knotm Vict hit ?Tester day af ternoon the now steam fire engine Victory, No. 13, was tried, wity eminent suocess, In front of the City Hall, be fore a large number ofcitlsens It had been an i mnoed that thu trial would commence at three o'clock, but near ly one hour elapsed, while people were kept waiting, and many went away under the impression that some altera tioc had been made In the arangutr euts and that the trial would not come off at all. At about a quarter to four o'clock the Victory, attended by Mr. Thomas Doyle, the Foreman of the Cumpaay, V . Janet F. Terrell ?<ere tary, and about forty more 'od shirts, entered the enclo sure of the City Hall, and were stationed between the building and the fountain. The beautiful machine Imme diately became a theme for the admiration of the Icokere on, especially such aa happened to be connoisseurs In that description of mechanism, as t ire are oertato peculiari trs In the Victory worthy of note It was constructed by Taylor, Uainpbell A Oo , of Brooklyn, at a cost of $6,000, for (crtain ol the principal rosiieute of Bedford avenue, one of the m st arret thoroughfares lu R.-iohlyn. who presented It to the aery respectable body of Bremen comprising No. 13. In build It Is some what like a piano boa, orate neok engi..\ and la capable of projecting three streams of w ater on ". fiat the tame time. But its greatest triumph Is, that will* getting op steam, lo takiug auction from the hydrant, a stream of water can be put Immediately through the e.i gise till the steam In quite up. Yesterday atV moon the Victory afcored under s dtfad vantage ir wmVup with a borrowed auction, which was was quite weak sad leaky, in ruuacq n >ncn or which tbe engine c". not be worked at its lull prmnore It was agreed oo all bands that If the full power were to he put on the suction would bare burst. Htll the working was very creditable From the first application of the match to the wood, till the engine b*gao to wore, filieen n tttSS elapacd, and in two minutm more a stream of malar be gan to pour through a one inch ar.d a bajf noszle. frst over tbe pediment of the Uty Hall's ficsde, then com pletely over the liberty pole surmontt.iig the faeade. A second trial succeeded in w ashing lbs lacs of the statue of Justice?an emblematical purification of marked siguifl caace Tbe at ream of water nearly knocked the realm out of tbe blind goddess's band, bat, fortunately, th* wind wan nuwtrary, and blew th* spray irom I be stream back Into the face - of the fire men i.ud the assembled crowd. A third trial ? .xeaded still better, while a fourth, with a notsle of oo. and a quarter Inches, threw s stream about ma hundred and sixty Net In tu tgbt. and would hays t .rows it complete ty over tbe cupola of tbe Otty Hall, were It not that the wind was directly In tbe leetb or the hremea and their apparatus. As a proof of thts, the wiudzw to the belt tower, which was opened at the commencement. and through which a number of persons wer> gazing on the -occur below, ban to he closed at almost every new trial from tue secobi to the est Alter a numbc of big . y satisfactory trials, the Victory was cnoveyed bom" at about half past five o'clock by tbe antbusl mtie firemee attacbed to her Tbe general Impression Is thai when Abo has base worked n few times more, and her machtm - ry beslne to he slack reed somewhat, she will be one of the "crack"engines?In the Metropolitan district at least. It ought to be r< marked that she has M one etgnt tucb pomp, while common hand engines have each not lean than two pumps of that star. 8b* was present at a fire la an oil fhrtory ol duaday la?t, wb?o the had ateam up in twenty mtnulaa. sad contributed to tba atrial or the premises A lumber yard was at One time threat road, and It la believed that It It had eaught, the atumn engine would have eared It from destruction kl_UUUI?M Irrerl T HalcL, Buffalo; J. 8. Oaefo-d, England: W. G. Jroct.l HATH Haebrouch. R Ingot**, are (topping at 1a* New York Hotel. MajorE 8 Sibley, I' 8. A., tad 1x1/, A W. Smith, 1'. 8 N. Academy. J. Lielngntob, Llringaice, NT. F. K. Church tod lady. New Yi.rt, aad K W. Seara and Ihtnily. are stopping at the Brrvoort J A. Greene, A. H Mille, Mr Grlibe, Now Turk; 7. Cuahlng. But toe, m4 H. Dwigbl, Mompbia, are mopping at tha A*lor Hau*?. J. A ABdarana. North Carollaa. P M Full- Mlaela alppt. J. MoC'enc ?jd party, rtillxMpait: T. (' HjIpim. Florida; J 8 Kay aad tart;, Georgia, aad N. H. Lee aad lady, arc atopptng at lie Lafarge. II Blbley, Eeq, Rncboator; k 8 Luna aad fatally, 8 C,I> 8. Ruaw'll and fbmlly, N. G ? IN Poady, Richmond. Got J. F. Broome aad lady, rWtde, aad Mriot A. am lit, c 8. A , are atopptag at tha 01 Nkbolae Lieut. C Griffin aad Li *ut V Sinclair, C- ? A ; Oapt. Wright, Chi ; a a BeHtagor, I". 8. N.: Hue J. B. Hutra. N V : W K. Mekahor aad family, aad J. L Stone aad lady, Bnaiot; A ttoald, Bait ; L Simmons aad party. N. C , aad H. Vaughan, Mlm , are (topping at tha MatrvpoU Hoc J. 0 Band. Mayar of Wmhtaitoa, D C.; G W. Newell, Albany CBftMM J P Kurta. I MA.; IMptala Woodbury, C. 8 A ; Mr. aad Mia Vaa Alloa. Albany. Mr. Btaofe, Montreal Donald G MltohoU. Now Bacon * G doom. C.N A.. ViiMUe. lUraaa Mr k I ft. New York: Mr Wood Uibaoa, Liocrpoul, art atopptag at ibe FvrrrU Hooae H ' Paul Morpby. New Orlean* Ordaaal T C Tapper, Hugh Campbell. OrioLe' T U Hew-tt and el Gnrrrnor Bruwa, ol WMdMippt; L Mead, Mobile; J F<tl, Now Orleaaa. Judge Boyce, l/*mslena Judge Rurw-ll, Hon tleadail Hunt, or NowGrtraaa. Ootnaoi P M leetoemea. Me pbla H<>o Percy Walker, Mobile; Hoa H W HilHard, A,a lama Dr ratlins. Georgia It I ..oler, General R V Ke-bardaoa. Memphis IN T R leaa ugo, Mmotmippl; teem, Mampbta. IN T R laaauge, Mmotmippl; M Honor t. TVito I <. .ie; a 0 l-?u Philalr I bhla.Oeoeral W C Ashler, Arkansas. w. a> ; 1 J Haa ? N 'W Crlrau. Onlet.el l> Btchardana, Peiaa Geo (Villa. 9i I no la; OdateiC L N-laoa, Memphis Untoaol Action, !antitank, are atopf tag at the I If A Aoeoae Hotel ? H>m didney Rrrane, mibola Iloe Jntin Va-kham. Fog tali Vto* uoo-ul at -tutsguar, Cbiaa. Kd vaiM Hay Garret, l?.i . Pi (lard, B C Smith aad family, M?MM. Ala ; H o .1 u Newport, Mcrra Hoa W 1 l<ajno, New Jerary. 0 II Iteaaary,B . Bartend, Rot K J Huol aad 4 inily. Now Hamiial iro II .o C C Footer ani family, New Damiwbirc, w rt la Chicago oa the tth loot mm ? lllrary Imtelllgeare. POfKO 6ARRMO* PCYT AT MJ>LOB*? ISLAND, la e aiieaagi from the War Papartmeet, recoirod yea terday byJOol Cbr Beharariwaalder. of tha Fifth regt meal New York Mala mutt*. Jrflbrtoa Beard, tha prlrllege wta great -d to that pei:eeae by tha ffaerstery of War. to occupy Hrdlce'e laland with bm regtmaat for oae week during tha preoeet m?ath. for practical taetree tioa. Erer etcea Col Behsarrweeklcr aoreptod the office ao Cotoael. it waa h e eareoat >:?aire Inmate hlo ragtaeeot nee of the beet it tie ally aad ap to the praaaat lima be cared neither f r t .ma, tahrr nor aume; to arome; wh bw ehg ct Ha an* oaata hta mtnrnaad to leara garrmoe doty, en aa to ma.a them uaefol In oa-, their eerrwaa ehae Id ho rer(vired for too dofaonr of thoir atopaad c mo "7 Thoaowotoat ha paemmma wad graotod apread like wtid dro taag to mtmbire of toe rogimoat. oad ?W ??h ft arm aMMbrtma. Thay are part oto-ly peead of b- iag too hot replmoat to wbrna ouob aa tab f^toal^pTiTilefo waa graatod. The toUuwiag te a aopy el Arsrrram (?etnmaA** Or. ra. \ WaoainwiiiT, aept 8,1 tor ? Oelcae' C - wwamt ?mm. oatawitM Fifth ragiatoat New Two Mate m .la, dir of New York fcm? Yoer letter of the ttto nlnm-> to toe War Depart meet anklag parmtmlne In narnay Brdiarh lataaU. Now York barN*. aad Ibe barrack* iberr 11 her era, foe a week dori^ pretrai m<a.a, fbr tha prari oo laotructina of tbe 'tdOMMt ' "-fr cnaf eemmaad, haa beaa referred to tola eflNa Th? fteeretaer of War appenrra yoor rerjo ??. aad lAe-.fuaat <-?eeraJ Kali, owimand ig the army, uar b*eo dkire t tr aiea dto neeamar? order* to earrr it late effect I t?rt the h nor to h?, air. yon* ht aarr t W A. WW HOIB, aealetarl Ad; .lent CooenU. TBI rBOITT*' ,1 LMMT ntPAffTIIT. Thla tb# t?,.,tary ' ojjv if, Ir.^C" M wtrmaad nf 0?1. W W Brew* para lag ona hijdrrd nt*1 "ta, a tth ? la ig toe Rot te r?-h, BM p of abode l'daf, acd toe Rer A ig iMue W *<d <urr, aa rhapiaina, arrTcf tjal .e dl.aia t-m b ai <o Th-r?dty mon'ag, ?i.d pfocoddiNi Hamad lately, the Krw Ra' roa>: to lead, f*lo, to part c*pata la th? laagtirat'on of Uh P? r y itu? Tula command M art ag aa to furl to a targe del >tloi. of the rittretr of I. , -to I* ?i>d, tote..,lug h?e Fecal, wy O-r ft -ago id eteff, t .ent. beboei, hie Ftmar Jabet r? Kaigat, Mayor eftoamtyrf fnr H-wm jr. Cetiar Ihraoan tor only e .r*it ag t'btfbMei'i ed hm who war at toe hat la nf lake Me; Jobu B Ikertleti. Snuretarr of Stole C. A. I'p dkr leg . <peahe* of the Honor of WrproatoU'lrea Ma tor fjeorce A 'prtawt f e?wra,,BilVtto->r.ae'. r Saaera ,ad Surgoaa 0 erai of Rlt <e fataad, with I hair etaff*. he l'k * le-f? ana 'tor f I bo atom bora A the Ornate -4 Hco% n* Repreoto'tiiToe ef that mate. f> their r im they Ore eyn., ud t? r* t tb-? city by ?k* <My l oat iriar Aibnay no t ay. fepi -mbif 14. ard * I! narvh Ih.^urh B^wlnay nati''rwa? n? to' gt e lagt *. hud rtjo;?TT Noanrctoiraa ?The Vhw tr. ??* p't a> a ; a tr ill' e?ar'f <* Wa itw, I a ??N?*ro I ,et Hei Than. Ib-.Tird P'<?V thai p.-?g. f??g 'V?n. FT ? N<m ? Teeti. HhT (ht, .Nepatk burg Hdhl*', re. lk? f, k.a lac are (tie luewa o' rt o?l IN p'A to IB n.to t ' tea "?et'd ,( Nt"i iV ji:?t id, pi I t#v- "v?in, t/. , ?e.-T * k*:k*-A. "Ni'eifrt rtryh f|gt, Bali Ihli, IwU't iMH|dt tod I tufMory. 0ti?r4 of AMtrui**. ?nurvTTAnonrt nar????or?u?-fBumi flr ta eiuin* Thin Board b>M last eveaiug, and tt the of the Prue ideal Alderman Cornell called OA to preside The tctowiag pmmblt ud rteotiilKAi were offered .? Whereas, by ri?o at ton of the Common Council, np ' proton Mar 10, 1840. but tunor the Mayor wm requeele. I to inerte fcu lloyal Higboeee the Prince of ftakm, on be i halt of tboetty of New York, to extend bis rtnl from ; tbe Br Hun peer ran tor* la Not tb ?m?i tee to inn oily 1 at <1 WtieriA uo mteligeocr, olfioial or olbarwiae, ban atuuA I beet coAiBiumuatod b; Itte Hou >r the Mayor to tb* Oooi men Council touching tba Inteutiona of uia Royal Higo rows in respect w the invltattou no leud trod to vuil Ua City; tbert fote, b ? It Tuw ilred, That bin Honor the Mayor be, an t bo It hereby, riquested to oommuutoate to this Hoard all tba intoiiua.ion in bin poe* aaior coiinncttsl wih the entlm paieo t out of hi* KoyaJ Uighuen* tu? I'rutoe of Wales to Ihli City , U>g? ther with a cepy uf bin corrtapoudeuoe, if any elicited, in ob-dieo *? to I lie request of the Common potinnil In esteodiog euon invitation. Or 41011 of Aldnrman Bh.lit, the resolution was laid <a> the tabi< by a vote of 6 to 4. Alderman Basay offered a preamble and raeolutlaa to Ito na'ert tbnt whereas the Metropolitan polloe have, wrtboot ,<*ue warrant, arreeled utaay r? epeclable aid kt.if I Inn cit x> D* and reap eota of hew York city upon euarg ? Of vsgrai.cy ? au<b chargee being toUtly uul<Miud?d la f.mt we, iba .'ne'd of Aldermen, (learning il our duty to protect the ilbc rllea of the raeideuti mid ctuaeni of -Slaw York. it Mi tred, That ? t^'hi nittee of th'oe be ait;iol-itad, mtb full powt to call for ,'teiaou* and papers, to inquire luto ali mcb alleg-d out-ag aud report tae aam t wiiball particulars and their opO'iuu ibi reoo, aod wnat, If any, action It I* a .'riaabte far u'e Board to taka In the pre nuleea. It wto a<l?i>ted Alccrman Coknicu. oOerrd a rbiaolutioA to tba effret mat, an ibe tomplrallrr has raro nmeoaled a change to he -uale la the law naming the titue ii> firing Ce aor.uai aniinea neat lor taxes and oi commeucuig the ffollactioo of Umi; there! re than-ivad, That tba atibyect be referred to the Committee on Taaee, to repart to tine Board Adopted. tin jntawr out*aina ooimuoi Tp?Cn,Arn,?lioo of tbe ?Irrel cuauiug coo tract, awarded to Mr P l.y ? ch, waa culled up Akierman Huapy moved the conBrmalioa. Tbe motwu to confirm waa loat A neolutioo wan then oft red. to tbe effect that tba City Intp.-clor be requested to preoa-o plana asdjppecifioall >u? for oleaiilng <bo at m> lor ib? term of live year*, and t mil the time to tbe Mmntaou Council for action there C ua early a* pra'licabie. Adopted The Finance Hepartmrnt Kent in a corniumicati >o, Statin* that a balance of appropriatioua, am >ualuig to ?b 114 413 M, remdat d unt-tpen led ou the 3t*t id Au gust, 1840 WXkE'T miTBMXT ' V TP* I'll iM KSLAI1 The following waa raoeivfo frum the City Chamber lata and County Treasurer ta balaare August 81 8418 PIT Receipts 48.044 Total >?ol ?X| Payments Wf 631 Balance September 81 ?*U?,:*1 Tbe f ominttee on Wharves aud Pi?ra, to whom a as re ferred the suggi-etiofi of tht Comptroller, that some more durable method of onnstrui tiug toe whorvee and pn-re should b-< adopted. reported tlial they fuuy oooourre-il lu the i-miptroller's aoggesUot s, auid off re - n res ilution to Ihe i-Beet that tbe ftwru should req-ie t the Street ti>m ndsetone- to caus* tbe neci-ena-y examicatloa v> ha made ol tba piera, bulkbi-ada, he , ami to determine wual change, ii any, ca.. bo made witb advautaffe to tbe inte reata i ' the city, in tbe p-c?ut metlnid of c ?art-ucling ?an! pirra, he , and t" prepare eetlrnat-* ? f toe limn aud make aucb reoommi uuationa aa no ma) uecm ua< 1 il to the Common Council in dctermiii.riA the jians to be adt i ted, and the time and ma uu r of executing tba Kama. The report wan laid over After disponing oi soma rou tine busineaa the Hoard Adjourned to Tuesday neat. laprrmt Cemrt?Spcu-tal Term. Belura Hon Julge lngrwham. Rift, l.?lkt People, Sc., ?e rd, Patrick Lynch and CMAert or. The Board qf Aldcrmnt qf ike City of Neto York.?A motion wan made on the part of tbe Rjard of Aldermen thai ttw peremptory writ of mandamus ineuel on the 81 of Heptember be opeued aod set aside, as it ap peared that tbe writ did not correspond with the alter native writ. Tbe alternative writ w tumaoded them to lake action upon tba award of contract, the peremptory writ to act upon and confirm. Count* stated thai il waa not proposed on return uf toe altert>ntlro writ to dispute tha right of tba relator* to a peremptory writ requiring the tvard to take net too on tbe auoJmi, bat that tbe power of tbe Court to order tba Board to oouflrm, or in any way to direct what tba action should be. w>e deuiel He ran*, from the perempt-ey writ to ebnw th-t it did not Oorreapoad with the alternaiira writ In that Important particular Iba (liurt ordered tha writ to be opened. Counsel for tba relators claimed tb* right to a writ ordering tbe con tract cot.firmed .fudg? uigraham mid be doubled tha power of tha Court, but be would bear argument on tbqg point eti tbe 18th laat , and that a demurrer or return might K- luieijHwed trf< re mat time if onwnael deeirad. For the Mnard nt Aldertnrn, B H Aadarwon-, for the re lates*, as Judge Will ling Tht Mltvr TlMllt ntmu> -it at** mitmot oorwr. Sarv Trv faked Stou* m 7W ?n? W K A*Ate, her Tcu kle, A ?The CaiM MM Dwtrtol Attorney moved tor tbe condemnation ?nJ m c of tbe br'f W R. Kibbe, ber tackle mm) cargo. as,red on Dm ooaat of Cuba by the bad of war Crmader M ? Hover No coo?el appearei for Um claim tot. who belong* to tiie ancient and unlreroal family of the "Pmll?." Tfee tV'iit grouted the orlur of aMautliM tad tale. Quote ?Are the three lilUe negroaa which wvro found on hoard the Rib'*, ai d are aow la Eldridge ? Irani jail, loci irted In the e-ur* Ifao, there a a good rBaoce for the taduie?<oe M the ybilac thro pic aympethim of the black republican# ?artae Ceart. Brfore Be Judge Alter. A aajtcH or raoain rsptm "racrwitar" cia cratTAnota. Brer. T ? JfocArl Afrockedtt r* Atjtab Bmutri* ? Thla waa ta act* i.ra breach of peoaateo of marriage Tbe j-letatlfl alley'* -hat the I 'iKLiae wee made to bar to May I?tan.' thai the defendant on enteral acMriona pre ?rated her wHh Jp* rirp, 4a. The drteace ant up wee that the new ef Clfcv wae pn?iaN to B-ejuala if hi aiarrie?t tan lady, aad tbat that aum out b>i>g paid, be did not brltnen tbat the prvliaitaary pa?t of tbe contract naa nntmfbrtnnly arranged. an-' tbat he eu not, th-m bare, br? ad ta fnlll hta pnrtmn "f tbe a*"earnedI Tbe jury returned a verdict tor mam'ill tor ?iu> Oar Plot Ida dee f'?? reapandrate> r?ot iwiv. R I . iVpt a itit ttiittmy ridint from NVtr Jm-y?j plea.ant 71 ate? Apertorr tf Kko4t /Wander* ftr Ik* f*retl?mf CWrOrg duo Polimcr Jfortnp, 4c PtoTMieor? ta truly la a fever of an tcmeot to nay Hardly recovered front the bnetie ta ideal to tbe obner" raatn of oranBcneeniet t, tRe Btirnee if thie quiat til lace barebeea aalled ope la eliueae a f .reign Ijvaome from New Jerary la the ebape of the totorwm City Were, aad tbe departure ef a targe number ef the ta hatitaata of thle cute tor Gerelaad. The Bene made their advent tart eveeiag, her,ug raw art the day prev oea la New fb.rei.aod errr toe ired b, the Nattoaal Chdeie of tbie aity. A?late waa II-ad by tbe Marine Artillery oa tbe arrival of the cor pa, aad greettag* of aggioome from Mirr W-ight tut a lee ot >a Ilea awaited ftbm la Rat road Hall Tin 'ornnag tar ?una aad Ibetr ratertaic m made a pa <4# tbrr.ugh tie city, aad elleuad much ntteetten by tbelr beaetifel ap pcaranc* aad 'ha preeialoa of tbolr drill. Thai ate neoa tar Ihuea wul twit Rooky r?tot, wl ere n obb hake m to bo prepare! tor Umib Wo blag that can p?(iblyem dec! to tbr ?tort and ptreeure nf the viatttng e -apaay wtH ha hi undone, nad they wlii ar deebt ?tare kaat well ] ? <nd etto thai' trto, not the leetttntinid ef the Bate of Rhode let?? and'-rev lienor 11?ta.wna the H'?? take eplbelr line or narrb tor boa* twmorrow mw<ng, aad win breantoM at the Aator Imb ? Srtar tay Bern toe fSey haw n.ade a very fern-able i?apraa etna here al-endy. and ww* laeve? ?dytng repuutma heatao ttoB Treat faepernMo? have >er. Bade to hare Rhode lew. d wvfl ??fweeratrf at the angarailoa of ?*? ferry It*rent Oeevl?d, la iwdar Ubi H Bight to em a that tbe Mate h at ill tree to the n *ory of tor dwt.eg'iieeed toe tbie iVrprt Owe V?ifu< ni 4 rulta aee a large tnnNr.f wmiS.-. ,4 >b? -?i?ir i feature ?UI iifee Ibrtr 1'-aorta t tram Bw rity, under ier..-l vt the T int Idght le*a II f omtmi i , nad w.ii brrlv- .a Ci-veta-d <*i . Kaiurday n -ling mekiug tf. Wcdd I Ik' to iiwdrbead qnar* i i. j| iy,.,r a il.nl f'W P-l r^tnge will ' .Bibt. trer two i-ji ur-.' oor*> ?. an' e*a?r?or MM*e of the ?..??ft Atetiagc ?el men la tbe .into The viaerdb<eDr It?Mta.nf t?i a olty, aan of t?.e m Parvk vore at tbe r tunable bett'e of Ihke Br'-. w . wxmee ey tbe evro -U owu. gad pf v * ea ?i rWat fooier- la the Ici'rret o' he c*ber" a Tt-ed--"Vw Ml trefl etrk<e? a y?. bit r taior '?;* "eetaJ RtoaMMp la % remerkaMa rgren. at the .t.una* In '~<ve'? I t* ?'? give roaw lair-vtii g rtr-letor <e nf the l>, iiat; etrug,'? tor enpr-v.ooy t-w I' . laoe. Them retrr>w?g ? W U olrt?t nit boar ttra ' Mur CaM uealtb tad ibb* lately aftor irvagad lotbedrptoef tbe F-ta i %iircut. I ovtd- one le .be heaJqeert? * ef pel'tl?l total' to a *hte Me'e III the rtrty ?c. '??* are mmm rled bare, ?d Tnm uere art rkwaiMUe the .eol tj?l dociia?' y whlab tbr .ibepleore enpected to ewenr tlU lah-v mr-f. tblrr w? exlren i-|y enlet, hat wltbta a f< r?F?the r Ui- ni . udrna bee eg? k bubble NTl* the ??*.( mi: be It ? IBpi?'ble taw to tay, wb-Umr 'rleh ??, pof > nr b nder. AO thing" OvW lank irepibrchoe lit to* i eipeind. 'v ?*> w? there . "h a MR. ?|ke?#-ntln? of }??ilt <*' l erre. MMfP ? aer etwia iu th'v toa*< ' -i'i*1 In >e mere k.adcf a ? unci end he u-r wii rt-?igi a ml m tb'ib to Pa an?. (topgiLor spre* .e't <to |? age?h npna i? "i altaa dice not ee* r"j w''t. t*. e ah# w-irUet ? per 'be ( rreraor ae * ?? ;re to In Me- rr- 'Mm cu.ee *1 le r rv'rot *bn lever u? fpregi- latae I, to .awk aad art f.w bnnar a> 1 u i.i i?e i t I?m W *k! Mkiombi w Hi "ir r.rei hk* " The V. it raw btgene ' .d' ?Vdr -av C r.atlee e t? "Jib i. I IV ? -tret* 1 lb n *.. c lo ?? The *, %' n "? ?? w- ? ? '-?C h. ? r I . r, wiw tbr .?'ft? pa*ty, ? ta itoa iwk UttfUhlM from It (kit Ttrnuw). or* CTAif otrfu^WPP- ?? (Hjut Halt Laxb cm, August 3, 1Mb. Mm MdriOr f'jmi i **<**/<" the New Jnd<yt~A Cru* ft fFnr?Jfcurntoe??i (V 6I WjdfoiV-* n* Vumrntf Phrnim A Uurvmt OircJS*' 00 It is to be hoped that u* mi United -Rates J*"4** f* lb* Territory are coming prepared, Orally, U be ua^r'' tiai. fair ami boa eel la their official relations with both Jew sod (Jeutile; aad, eeooudly, fully armed and equipped wtlb uiavruciiofie Irom the Attorney General about Uietr txmajide posiUcb alongside of, and relationship to, Terrlte rial Judges and tbe Probate Uourl tu paiticular. II Uwg oomr heri like tbe Icmer Judge* I predict a sen of trov blea for them, Md. en pawanl, tbey will euU jr aolumg from beli.g tomprrauoe men Wuuotry la a great lkLq for making friends arc a terrible thing for in air lag ma miss, aiiO all fedeial i ffl ?ri wbo ooma here have magatA cent chances m that l..se Kvory storekeeper thai labia H i Ibot-rai |*tioaage a spa a free cut, MI it Is really aa loaisbioj how ????> the |Mth la trodden that leads to It, sod incalculable tb> miacait f that baa been cooooctad by tbe aide ol a stream of Bourbon Hot tbe urofeaaioa and gentlemen aln.d. d to are by no dcui the only folks ?M ?an Hourbua, pure pow en, or valk'y tab. But "a bint t# tbe wlsn la sufficient " TUB CHICKBT WAS For a.?me time hark Ibore ban. been frequent sxpras Men* id apDiehauBK.Q ol another scourge by onoicete, la the press of Una oiiy. In aome parts of tbe-Territory, as pet Wily oo UoUa <v.uugu.u* to tbe moaolaiaa, tbey bare rtoei.Hy bean very annoying nod threaMiung to ant ap evety thing. LostBouday week the natUers at Fort Bar riooui bad to get out en matte, men, women Md oh.ldrer, at?< make a regular ?charge* against late enemy Vm crioki'la tame u> innumerable multitudes, aad fairly c-> VI II d ap tbe grain till it seemed one deoae black spot. "1 be m uiem,' anya m eye witneaa, taw tbat (bay bad "ta bght for bread, and every him, wimbm Md child tbat ww capable tun e<l out, bad, forming a Doe througk the esterl ui tbe lar?? fle'.d, tbe forma being In one enclosure, advanced upon the no tnnaou foe Tbey were engaged nil mil day, but a* u? enadt..i of Bight aeio au valuing tbey bad to pap ml boetliities. Mouday nnruing found them ?on to lb* charge' again. Tbe* fougbl foitbfollr?tbey struggled i >t bread, bat tbey dM not eud tbe oouBiot tm I in-eiin). Tbia i? .hi acojiid crirget war tbe renters M Ft it Hrrrtmui have been engaged in this season. Tue first oar <anted etgnt nays " A Urn day a aiie, tbe cricket battle and victory on lbs *i, . oi il.r eeiiieni. till Utter wort visited with a torero storm (bat awepi every thing before Ik Tbe rata led In sta b ai unuanoe tbat ranter, In acne (balances mora llum U'D lei't deep, ware Oiled tu oversowing A oauat aeintile p i tiou ot giowlog win at bras washed away. One garden the beat 10 the a< itlnmeut, waa so eompiiitely oo vi red with rubbish earn, ai d gravel that La i bona washed in by tbe i uihli g water, that nothing men was to be Men. Cattle were swept away with the current, ul lbs Jordan i owe a foot above its level Oo tbe name day a boy named John Clara , an ouly child, about twelve years old, was stun k by lightning on the Utah county sid> of the point cl i be mvtinuiD. smito of tbia oily When Mine, by his father, who had hut a abort time before Ml bun in bunt for bis cattle, toe boy was dreadfully diag cured, his shoes were literally lorn to pieces and ha Li an wai bangi t from bis body Kmc ? tost time aa nttiei tbcod. vo rio paawd over Ufis city, during which son.i ( stile In a pnatui e adjoining wi re killed by tbe Ufbt nirg Ti is ha* b-en a remarkable season for rain: nothing Ilka It wn ever experience I here before It has bean a ge ncial l>ei>i dt n-tarmers, anil, by tbi folks who have (silk, (?gardniae tbe forerunner of the tamiae nolioe-l in an other irrttvD of tbia currtapondenne. Of oouron, M eboul l be * j; fg> |H had Ha seven yenrs of pwety before Its St vun y ars of famioe TUB BMJh RATIOS OB TBB rUAIBB. Major Lawrence, an advance express of the Mormoc emigrniion, arrived in Um city on Tuesday evening, aad ri poiu the emlgratloa from the States and from h irup- In excellent Leailb Md ocodttsir The Hand Cart OompMg ha* got ahead of u>e 01 trains, and will arrlvn here soma tine before the otbac eaalgraatn. Tbia company coosista ol k6T peraui.e, fiolPlhrre band carta and Ave wagena, under llapt Iwi.h-i Kobison Uapt Franahn Browu's com nnuu berselfty persons, fourvaeo wagons Md nighty ol MnCfe, (Apt <(?. Murphy'a, 87a uersinis, thirty eight wagons, two car ring"*, and about 38S bead of Stock, f apt IU?s. im1> ten miles behind b'm, wilB about forty wagi?a (Apt umitb la ten luilm bebtaU Bum, with Unity ? nine wagons and 869 persona. Before Md behind them are merchant ox and mule trains belonging tu lbs breth ren and still further back, number* not reported, tbe last t sin under (Apt tAlktn Tbe Una Wm H H<?uper, the r< pre native to Cuogpem; tt- nl Eldredge, their busts em vgeni.si.d Mr tAnnuo, tbe prmldnut ta the kaat,ar* ex peeked Ul te IB a lew davs ma sravTvoR cboral i.til M. C. tsambaogfc ann atnfl left tba city last flator <!?y tofi. ier m-.i. lb" exaiuinat.oo of tbe nurviy ol Mr. M<po, a sub ountraclwr under hi* prednceaaor. Tbarn in some trregulartiy alhged. The Surveyor u I pools ta be absent till the begianug of Hepteiabar. Altar arranging matters on return, it ? very probable Ibnl lbs whom naff will returL to Feuuiyivai.ia van oomuo ranum. For aome time back the Murawm taadara have talkad of a great fomu e that is cming upon, I auppuaa, tba wool.- earth; but If not so ex leaded, the OaltAd Ml* lea la to be, at l.ast, greahy visited by that attliotiag dispeam lioa I'mv aiun dealere m ' great mnrcaaaU gnoarally may te day be aa skertical aa Urn boat bailMra la tb? day a of Noah, but that is none of my buaiaeaa, mi it porter I give timm I ie hint la time to gat up a gigauno i ptruleli w is i -?auaiuds Vm, famine la Uw ptesmt ?eat in this Ter-i ry, and tbe ptmcocra are anrtuusly ruing afoHit making careful prefwralioon for the day of iria' and affiicttPB I bad not Urn pleasure of attending be Dowery last Huailay; but the Deaerel Atwt, in Ilk aumovary .d c nceedtrigs there, reports:-* fraeioect iisgiBi H. Waits mid?If I had a volumenf words piled ap m big m this book (tbe Bible), I could aotsayai.ylhiDgto dayb.it save your gram fhe bar vest is nr w fast coming npoa us Glana your Aside, form era; Md If you do aot wtaS to gleaa them yourne.voa, 1st otbtra do It; give tba poor the pri r I lege ef glean lag, tbat every bead may be saved Ud out let the nettle gat into yonr Aeide and deotray year crops Have your grata M ah tba sermon I have to preanta today Tkt Will of a Rich Hiiic TtMkn of Maw Tcrfc. [TlirtiW fro? tb? IHn, Aarort 11, he Um> New Yon Hiiaid ] Abawl ? wmttb ago aa atderty guMmm, prraeatlag a dlollt riiabed i^ntracc oaited at I be ActiliMy of Moo* (' nt.rrreau.ler) la ho ?trrlaga, crmm by two uplaadul wflOi ba itgaired tor tea young Mathilda BraoM Thia oaaam ? great mti?ottoi la the er b ra. "My ahtid," raid ba. "I bair tn talk arttb you ibat eary ?m luu? burl arva: pMo call at my atboa M-surr?a. Hara you amy pareo la? ' '?Via. air, I bar* my mother ??Wall, hnt'f tar iu?i with you hcra ?? ay aard." , "Hat. air, a hat ahail I tall my a othar?" bar Uwt ya>ir notary wuiU bar " Matrtlna oaa biutb aal nthed Tba Met day, bi IM ? | i?,.t.U-0 b'.ur, he araLt lo lb' u rjr'a ?< u:v thee tha ? aa MM rairr i<aa atfdfi. a> <a? ? a -arfa/i'ra. Tbw dfehpiwaraarc nieatod quit .1 a> . m'.I ?n, and nH wltaalat mi'i tba high alaa arar; all tamed for ? hhda'a euloc, Wmm Vgao Wi 6 I I " V'rtaa la pre ? 1' , prihciiol') henanar it la r -v Hotm W 1, . thai at' accent bad iwurr J, 01 r* Ulat aba had e. ' with the * aal thy grille . 1; a bo bad ra^ad to- ivr, * ? . gle rircumrUooe art >u tehee '.re*/ or; It ?n the <*. ? d <*ewg?a liuraad, her ht? , akie ae.pil of iha ,.c ,a'.. r.- Hi tid but ray n. 1* m all itqnl m tt tiiiariid. "1 doo't know" but rwanaad aaiia. Tb? 1 did iMit khnw wbat lo Uitok of it whrni ttairgaa dia apwandalac. Thia dwappeoraaoa war quit* aa araal? am' anrt abeam wimmmi? Wrrr Drir abu-it It. finally, ika ?irt a burr of mrllai >t to UK mar tag* of Mr. Urorgi 11 uraao with Mia* Mathilda Ib-ooit w?a rami rod by tba fnh wort tf tba U am latahra, aad by rartral pnptlr TV oaremoty waa tu taka plana at ia?l Pbliippa da Roalr and tba dlaaar at tba Biattwia m hah I tad by IV O'wly Married wupla ta ?oalba tiori tan toll "*lag riroaami m a ? c-trnd ?'P? tut day altar lb 1 apprarmm af ?h? an tary kbai.il la aa<i bar motti- r nailad at bk? ?fkra, b?iof ? cry at in ?<* to teownala what ha colli Waaa they am aaab a ib? wtary mid? "It tar lra<nt, bora oa the IB'b of July. ITW, aatarad tl f baa air af b-irto oe lb- let af tpr'f int. tba <ta< af lkt'imu'.|(ilUa loatlttitMc Ha aria ttr hmnupt kdiflbMN A w y-aii after tarda ba nhiMaad taa Urn wi lurtu prithto, and rial to Italr ta ready !a K?a ? w *a be wmt lot, aad arvee wardr Mr ??, bt pad a (rot repam ta d ? | trna ta a r p"wr, a aiagarl | 1 ndrr UK ?ap* rd I'vrtm HrmoiMi, wo Irk I< n? 1 In 'itl .a w Ma rrrrrh nam* fa IkM ba waa ih-a ?? in tt -yaarantd, a rtoh torrtioa. wba waata' ? P'f'K <r i?gtof ar.l cnwunonioe tor b e ddmaurr r>m?l I rlio Ma. dim to maaa '? Maw Tnrk Mere 1 n?a arqtir 1 ag-mi raaowa Ha aida wo mac a tba thmlrry. ard bpn remaia wbtob wara aiwaya rrowd *d I laa?l> , be Homwi warn a* aiueb enaehi altar that ?key pa d ti n aa toorti m twaaty do'tara par leaa-m de?e?i*t baa nr-1 a kow Urn* NMMM H ? lilted ah of MM* bo dlr 1 I era tr^aiUr ago, atom at ibr tor of ataatyaa?. Ila aarrmd eny reara atorr. bn bat he artto aad tba anaa ba bad ah? her Baritc an direct hater, b? i bratilt tn-.in of bo rnaiifrr brrtb-', Thorn ta A arm baoon ta at at i.r bar, haw*' ant arrlttm Mam baV aaaatary Ha kraarc af bM In 'aaa in tba nb drea aad imldtdre nf ?hv be ether. If any, wttk tba MtpabAOo thai If ??r tf tv d -ar adtae of Ha enow mea km a einH of Ibr Coar raid**, b? e ratniwl ko Iba half af kbat toe tu? Y n, e< t, yoa ire the pM(tn|Wa af Tk,r t and iw arar roptl of kbrftoat rraiMrr, warnm tf tor Ml of fff frard nnei-r Ibrtraa ml"iga la yju " Aad f> wb. r w 'l iba other k tlf of Rat rwtaaa go> M r .in, WsdAC !? J . taa rtfac duect bMra * Tbnwn KaAt, Vuym I triad. . Mr ??b HrdAu. my tolnar it law. UJ tcf ?ta add, aiy burbati '. * boat 1 dM.iita.etMy Igrt Mc r?era *ra: ? ad art had ba? ara db. 1,1*. Inar MaUinda, are-* Mraar If lh*i M tba mm, aayr taa hitarr, Uk wbotr of Tatar tow it*? inWr.ianat V*b"v? a bar Mm tktt !ibTiint^ r. uk Mhpartaadaf laqulrad Me*? Veil " mid the Mdary. who kfr.edy M|dfM arwMt ir*a?ed tn trie .??? ?iri. ? yo 1 ba la tie-rr? e " f f "?ill It be a( Mtoi. ibkMi Ih-Maead fikdjj qa'rod Matbr' Mrwi l a bo dU adt RmM ta ha?d R mmm. ? Hrtlof tbaa Mtrtr "HHy Uhe "Or aa." "hiriy lb* ??Pkifl iiij t er. a.il "A indeed Iber-IOdT ' _ ... ?^?n" roa t e en id re rlowly that Mi eR ?f** lot' ead Petri Hriett baeMR? farmed?r Wd* bts Irad thaomnd frtaea. v?m Pirn r* 0%?aniA.--8f * ("at iter.*, mya the Mej'#mmy (I'll >M, <?* tba Itiu at, tea Vera that mteHrmae bad Vet. intlrrd fr m Adaiin Mr, te 'ho inr?h .dd? ? mjra ?yldhnd lira detertnt .r f?at aa*bt ebnad. (dot J*t ? e.^rt wra tr bt?? hMir ito tav a NmtSara ?Me eer erud, Mm m. "b>ee e'V -H?a ?.t k,.'ai