Newspaper of The New York Herald, January 30, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated January 30, 1855 Page 1
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THE NEW Y WHOLE NO. 673L MORNING EDITION ORK HERALD., -TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1855. PRICE TWO CENTS. AFFAIRS IN THE CITY. Progacaa of the Municipal Revolution. or TH* LIQUOK STORES OM Bl'NDBT? CON DITION OR THE 8TREKTS? KKP0KT8 OF TBI PEOPLE AND TBK POLICE. From the return* nude to the Mayor la regard to the ?aloiing of the liquor stores on Sunday, it appears that there were no less than 201 open on that dajr. This in a Urge number, but (till it shows a coniidermble reiuctiou ob the report of tbe previous Sunday. The following gives tbe return from each police district:-? In the First ward there were 23; in the Second. 25; in tbe Third. Eighteenth and Twenty Brit, 14 each; in the Kourth, 40, in the Fifth and Tenth, 0 each; ia the Sixth, 27; ia the Seventh and Twelfth, 20 each; in the Eighth, 10; in the Ninth, 3; in the Eleventh, 13; in the Thir teenth and Fifteenth, 4 each; in the Sixteenth, 8; in the Seventeenth, 16; in the Nineteenth and Twentieth, 1 each; and in the Twenty-second, 11. It ia the intention of tbe Mayor to revoke the license Of every liquor dealer against whom tho charge of viola ting tbe t-unday law can be proved. WHAT TBI PEOPLE 8 AY. That J. H. Hoist, cor nor of "liver and Cherry streets, kept his liquor store open on Sunday last, and that Den man's Hotel, 6<? Vandatn street, furnished liquors to ibelr customers by an entrance to the dwelling house. Francis Holtzer coin plain s that Edward Ross, ot Centre street, chs rges him $14 4(1 for a loan of ?4<) for six months, anil that said Rove is not a licensed pawnbro ker. Joseph Drieschler, of 63 Greenwich street, says that he borrowed 92ft on a trunk of clothing, from Edward Ross, of 201 Centre street, ?u the 18th of September last, and that be charged him >6 .*>0 for tour. months interest, and fifty rents additional for <>torage. Osmilie l<avarney, of West Farms, complains that he was defrauded of $11 bv a mock auctioneer in Broadway, On Waturdsy last. Sergeant iirown was sent for the money, which was giveu to him immediately. Wo. \ K Wetmore eomplsins that the pathways ami aide wall* of Washington square are never cleared from Know or ice and other incumbrances. The Captain of tbe Fifteenth ward and tbe street, contractor were noti fied. Chsrle-. Miller complains of excess of charges in open lng streets. Ac., and hopes the Mayor will bare that par ticular department better and more judiciously conduc ted. That tbe bouses Nos. 23, 26 and 27 Desbrosses street, ?r? a complete nuisance. The tenants expose them selves in tbe privies, which ar-s in sight, on the tops of tbe bouses ? and they are also in the Habit of throwing -filth and garbage of every description in the street, ren deriag it very dirty. That the junk shop 101 Gold xtreet, projects out into said street six or eight feet, obstructing the view vsry much. That au old telegraph stump, not. more than ten inches high, stands in the middle of the sidewaiii, cor ner of Broadway and Broome street, and that it is ex ceedingly dangerous to pedestrians. That Jame-< R Heiold kept his liquor store open on Sunday, and sold the husband of complainant liquor, making him drunk through the day and part ot the night. That tlie ash carts have not removed the ashes from before 38 Mudi-on street and that vicinity. That Peter Lynch, 41 Vesey street, encumbers the thoroughfare with carts and wagons. That a large number of ugly boys congregate ia front of 28ft Madison street, playing ball, throwing stones ami committing alt mauner of depredations on the property Of tbe complainant. Charles W. Mack. Mrs. Julia Ann Smyth, living at 10 Lewis street, com plains tbst her husband. Joseph Smyth, has, since the 1st day of last March, deserted her and her three chil dren, one of whom has sinee di>d; that said Smyth was formerly a stage driver; that bis residence is now unknown: that he visits W. M. Churchill, his uncle, a policeman of theTnirteentb 'vard, No. 20 I<ewis street from where he annoys her and threatens to de prive her of her children, whom she avers she is aide and willing to support, having plenty of work as a book sewer. WII AT THI POLICE BAT. Highlit Ward.? Of the Condition of trim ward jester vlay Captain Tiirnbull spenk* 11* follow*: ? "Tbe whole number of place* where it is supposed liquor wa* sold yestsrday in this district is lour, three of which had side door*. There wai alio a hat ?tore open at 92 Cmal street, doiog business, and two clothing store*, ooe at Thompson street and the other at 220 Canal street. "The crosslugs in this dstrict hare not been cleaned since the snow fell and are all covered with ice, ao tha' (hey are in a dangerous condition." tfinth Ward. ? Captain Ackerrnan, of the Ninth vari. reports chimney of house No. 454 Hudson street in a ?sry dangerou*' condition. He says, from appearance it i* ont of pluml) from sii to eight inches. Many of the bricks have fallen to the roof and aome to the aidewalk, -snaking it ver." dangerous for person* to pas*. In relation' to the liquor dealer*, he say*, with hu' one exception, they kept their places or stores closet ?luring the day (Hunday.) A watch wa* kept on on' -place. aod from S o'clock A. M. to 4 o'clnck I'. M. fifty* two person* were counted going In ? t?o came out quits drunk . This person add* the captain, ha* been notified t keep hi? place closed, he lia* also been reported several tines, aud not withstanding this, he atill continues to diaobev the orders of his Honor tlie Mayor. He Am refers to the neglect of tli? asli nnd garbage carta to re more the ashes from the streets Eleventh Ward ?Lieut. Crott *ay? that complaint '? frequeatl* made to that statu n hone of the neglect of the aah and garbage carta to remove the ashes from the street*. Fijlerr.'h Ward. ? There is ?n immen-e quantity of a<hes all over the ward, in consequence of there not be sufficient dirt cart* in the district to remov? th?-iu The top of the culvert 94 fourth avenue remains in a dan gerous conditif n ? the top of the bux is off, and person* are hah.* to fall into it. Captain Dilk*, of this >*ard, ?ays: '-I am happy to inform you that the instructions cf bi* Honor the Mayor, relative to the closing of porter house* on fnndav, hare been fully carried out in tin* district there having been no place open in this wanl on the Sabbith that has aa yet come under my notice, nor have been reported to me; and again, *? on the pre v out Sundav, I have the pleasure ol sending you a blank aheet/' Twentieth Ward. ? Captain Hsnigan says ? All the {daces throughout the ward selling liquor have b?en closed up entirely, according to i.rder. The oyster *a loon* have l>een kept open, bnt we ba>e no reason to believe any intoxicating drink* were sol I in them, a* 1he officer." paid strict attention to them throughout th Cay. Mr Jame* Dunbar, keeping a regular l>cens?d tavern, according to hi* license for the ?c'?rnin >l?tion ef traveller*. &c , corner of Broadway and Fortieth ?treet. had hia house ojien during the day. Sixteenth Ward. ? Of this ward Lieut. May sp- *k? a* follows:? Peter Hynes, .144 Seventh avenue, kept hi* rorter house open on Sunday. He ha* been twice re turned for a *imilar offence. Peter Dolan kept h * liquor 'tore open, corner of Twenty-fourth rtreel an i r^venth avenue, on Sunday. Sewmtfnth Ward? Captain Hartt say* ?Again we have the pleasure of presenting a record clsnn in itself, :n fhet, entirely so, except In the ctse of the Iwy who -wa* arrested for the trifling offence of snvwhaillng Of -thla it may truly be *aid that it speak* well let- the .Sab bath in our district. " I<ong may it continue Coroner'* Inquest. |)*owm>o. ? Coroner Hilton held an inquest yeetertfay vpon the body of Michael Keating, the watchman who accidentally fell overboard at the footof Jef er?on street. <n Saturday night, when a verdict In accordance with the facts was reudeied. Court Calendar? This Day Cmito Stitih District Cocrt.? No*. 61, TO. #9 to 69. Scrums Court ? Cmccrr ? Part 1. ? Not. 1261, 961, ?'?74, 1170, 1268, 1627. 2666. 1575, 1524. 1154. ?6o. Hart 2 ? \ot. 2763. 2S49, 2*S4, 274-', 2795, 2917, .'9+4. 2967, :,017, 29SO, ?00$, 2*41, 2665. The tlatra bland Ferry Boats. TO THK ID (TOR OK THK If KRAI. 0. Statkv Islsvti, Jan. 22, 1*55 rhe resident* of tha north shore of gtaten Island are very Indignan* (and I think juetly so.) at the treatment tbsy receive from the ferry company that control both route* from the island to New Vork. On th* south side of th* laland, where the company own large teaets of land, tbey run two boats fr>m the island to New York, leaving every honr and charging bit*. 6'? cents. On the north *Me, where the company haie no land interest, tbey charge 12 cent* fare, and run only one beat, mak ing bat three trips per day, and the** at *ucb hours as to reader the ferry useless to a large number of commit ter*. wboae business will not admit of their leaving town at four P. M. to be in time for the last boat. These gen tlemen aay tbey ware Induced to take up their resjAnce on the Island through the representation* of the IRbnt of th* company . who aseutsd them that two boats ran tbe whole year roand, early and late. Tbe nnly excuse tbe company offer for their condust Is, that * will co*t mora to run two boat* than it doe* one, and it the people are ? Ijsaatisfled with tbia tbey can leave tbe island ffhia of. ;?r tbe good people do not aeem willing to a t *ep t at pre sent *o tbev have resolved tu establish a ferry of Their own. The second meeting for consummating their orga niration and bearing report* of commltte-s appointed at a previous meeting, was held la*t Saturday evening. Th* committee* reported that boat* and landing* could be procured. *e that th* fairy coatd go into operation in about three weak*. A committee of fifteen wa* then ap. Catad. composed of hithly respectable resident*, to so t subscriptions to indemnity the committee charter ing tbe loiat szaiast loss In case the receipt* fall to pay expenses while if tbe receipt* exceed tbe expense) tbey will be Musllv divided among the snbecriber*. in the sbspe sf dividend, according to the amount lubscrihed This ta?t feature has caused many of tbe knowing one* to mm* down with the dnst. bellerlng It to he a very safe and profitable IntesUnent, for the boet will tin donbtedlv reeelve aesrly all the patronage of this side Of tbe island. eurrwN may attend them i* the earnest wish of The 114th Anniversary of iht Birthday of Thomas P?ln> ITS CII.tBHATlON BT THE BELIETl'U Iff HIM PBI.V CIPLIH. The birthday of Thomas Paine *|| MlAritid U?t ere I ning, in the Chines Assembly Room*, by the believer* | in hia political and moral principle*. Them wiw be | t ween Are and six hundred ladies in.l gentlemen present. : The festivities of tbs evening commenced and terminated with dancing, there being an intermission of aa hour or more for ? upper and speeches appropriate to thn occasion. About 11 o'clock the whole company proceeded to the ?upper, where, after partaking of the good thing* spread before them by Mr. Bell, the Superintends of the Chi nese Assemble Rooms, they enjoyed a least of reason in the speeches anil toasts. Dr Hall presided and read tbe toast*, which were in ter?persed with tnurnc by the band. Tbe I'twioBT made the opening address. Hs com nenccd by speaking of the fathers of the Revolution and the great services which they rendered not ooJy to their country but the whole hu'rasn race. Thevwer met who were shore erery ni-an consideration, and sacrificed everything to their lore of country 'Hie beneficial nfluence of their exertions was fel< at jy.-W4 ?t!ln*' .not "nlr In 'ho dissemination of liberal principles but in th? promotion of thn art* and science*. Civilization was extending, and even tellginn, and clergymen wen. becoming Christian. Iheir character was approximating tbe prin clple* of Paine. who believed that there wax but one J.od, and v. hot e religion was to do go-id. His deflni tion of infidelity, he said, wits professing to believe hi ?D::'Jld"ot twll'?ve- ?"? doctrine in this respect did not differ from that of the more enlightened sect* of the present age The object wss to simplify the great truths ot the Divinity and free them from the obscurity in which the mini-tern of the chunh Involved them These teachers would ttad It to their interest to conform more to hia principles; and when they prevailed throughout the earth, the cms-., instead of being the emblem of perse cutlon would be regarded as the emblem of peace and good will to all men. The day would come when tbe great man, whose birthday they were asaeinble I to cele brate, would he enrolled on the list of those who bad conferred a benefit on their race. Dr. Hull concluded by giving the flist and second toasts, as follows ? Thomas I'aine ? The author of the American Revolution ?the disinterested patriot ? the noMe philanttropist? the clear expounder of liberal snd republican principles Departed I iberals? They have done their duty. Mr Pj?,k responded totbeiecond tosst. He' believed there were many at the present day who were read? to sacrifice themselves for the promotion and in defence of liberal principles, as tbere were in the days of Thomas raine aid his compatriots. He felt encouraged wheu he looked upon the large aaaemby before him. and he telt convinced the liberal party was increasing in numbers. He was proud too, when he retlected what had been done in behalf of those principles, and how much had blen effected towards the complete regeneration of the humau race. The apostles of tbe cause to which Paine dsroted lii? whole life knew that the day had arrived when the old tites and sujierstitiou, which had so long held n an in bondage would fee .umbered uinong the tilings thai were, and a brigift dur would shine upon the world. Tbev knew this, and they toiled unceasing ly, satisfied that posterity would do their memorv in-. tice ami their names would be reverb as the true' bene factors of mankind. They professed the isligion of I aine. wlncli was to do good to all mankind. flThe l'r?sident gave the third regular toast as follow* ? ? Education, the Key of Knowledge. It should h* 11 beral and practical? free from the errors of history or the taint of superstition." , ,f r' John, but H. 8. 8 ,) responded, He ridiculed tbe Old World ideas of education, and express ed his strong belief that ?? knowledge was power." Kdiication khould. he said, be practical, not theoretical: it should fit a man to take a place In any position in the|world ? that waa the kind of knowledge which gave power. The next ton-f ? I he Press? Which, unshackled by fear, is the proper exponent ot the will of a l'?ee people, VJ to bT Mr. Vsil. He expressed his belief sunt the worU of the Reformation would be left incom plete if it had not been for tbe press, and ha was of the opinion that, pursued to it* ultimate extent, Protestant inn led to infidelity. It was, be considered, on* of the greatest agents that could bo employed by mau for tbe , ,J*tl!'n ol the wo*M- Ho referred to the dowufall of Charles the First, the success of tbe American Heroin tion. and the t.rogresa which had been made in the civilization of the human race and their elevation to a "'."'"."f, iom> M a proof of the wonderful power which it exercised In the world. He referred alao to the politic si tracts written by Thomas Paine in defence of the position taken the revolutionary patriots as another proof of it. They had tbe effeet ol bringing bark tb* wavering to thn cau>e of their country, en couiaglng the tunid. sustaing the weak, and. finally, Ireeiug the laml from the dominion of a foreign tvrant ^ oliaire. Hotisseau, an<l the other great wri'erx of France, employed thfir pens as the be.t and most sue cessful means of disseminating liberal principle* and even at the preient day, we see what It i* doing, in free ?0? m:iDkin<i from the thraldom of tyrant*. It waa trn that routs Napoleon is Emperor of France still, bu he doubted whether lie would die an Kmperor. Ihe sp< aker, in conclusion, spoite of the efforts o . r.dmuiid Burke to write down tbe French revolution; but he failed, as all who attempted to overthrow liberty should fail. ' The Prkmdkm1 read the fifth tonal, as follows ? Philosophy versus Theology? Men of >cien<*eare en \ I**"1, ,n displaying the brightness of nature They an I , not tbe prietthood, are the promoter* of every imnor I tant reform Mr. J. B. Brown responded in a few brief remarks, af | tcr which ?he last toast was given, as fojlows I 1 he Ladies? May tbey h*ve courage to express their opinion and talent to command attention. To this Mrs Kkmhtimc L. Ro?ic responded as follow* ? l My friends? I am happy to have met with vou once I more on thl* interesting occasion; It is indead delightful to meet wnere the old and the young can unite in social I ana intellectual enjoyment What a pity the world ua i [ only one Thomas Paine, and while I am tbanklul lor that blessing? (or a good man i* a besalng to the world, I can not help regretting tha'. there were not at lea*t fifty two 1 so as to celebrate one birth-day every wee... [ would 1 not object to call them Habbath or rest, not exactly such ; as instituted hy tbe church, who, while it com pel* u* to refrain Irom labor, provides us with no other recreation than to do?e or yawn in a richly cushioned pew or fare worne, and receive a copioon done ot brim* stone from som- good old ortholox, brimstone loving minuter. Rut I mean one evening in tbe week, to caat ofl the burden ef business, leave the go I of Mammon to tske c are of himself, and the golden calf, atwho-a shrine every one ben ts not only the knee, but alas' tbe haad and heart ?no, and meet in intellectual snd social union to unbend the hoe* and open the heart for the reception of enjo.wieuT* ami to Impart it toothers as the only basis af ?nr two Partisniarly is it we,!* i during the winter? the .eason when we are deprived of the beauties of nature, the sweet wawbl n* of birds in their un restrained flight aad ai^c?in?at ol life, tbe rippling of the claai- sa.s !i ?*il ?trcsm. the budding of trees and hU.wniru- of Itcrii When we are deprived nf tbe n*'h- ana re-etry of the physi ! cal world, wa need more of ft in the social world to cheer snd refresh body, mind and sonl and .if all the music natare abounds in, ihe human voice, when It apeaks to the heart and mind, is tne sweetest and most impressive rational social recreation, and would tend not only for a momentary enjoyment, but to make us better wiser, and bsppier Ruv my friends. 1 do not intend to make a speech, and I am sure could the spirit of him. In honor to whnee memory we have asnembled make himself maoifeat to us, he would absolve ns from the pleaslag duty of expatiating on tha noble character and deed* of the author of the ??l.'igbte of Man,'' for tha more arduous duty ol promoting tha "Right* ot Woman." But to induce you to be a* magnanimous ?? t tnoe the ?piritof Thomas I'aine would have been, allow me to fay that 1 bare just returned from a lecturin*; tour in ten rounties of this State, and I feel tba' the min i waata rest as well a* the body. 1 buve interrupted mt journey for the pleasure of being with you this evenanc for wh? n the heart and bead ar?* *e?*ftty tax<*d th?*y require social rscreation to r-*tore s healthy e'lajllbrt um to the aystem. Thn object of my mission wss to rous<* the people to the presumptive evi.!. n > e tba' the immutable truth upon wolch the Iiecisrstion of Inde. p. ndenee 1* based, and wni. b Immortall/e. ti e nauie of rfcomss .lefieraon. namely, that "all men re rrented e?)ti*l. and em!owe,| with mall, nable right* to life liber ty and the pursuit of happineas, indole, woman | too. ^?lf evident as this trutii vet it i* no ?a?y t*-k to enforce it ,ip?m mm.S who never had a rmeet conception of the true principle* up-n which slone a republic can *ec.irely atan'i.who ar? s)thor>> igii ly Know Xotbing ai to be ignorant that the miman rights reoognixe no se\, country or color. It is to J,B * l,attle than to conquer mind* tilled with Know Mothlngism It requires far more true courage an : per heroism to . *rry on a mirsl than a i.hysi cal one. ft la aurh easier to take a fortress, oomp >?e.t even ot granite, than to storm a . .tadel of preiudi e sanet.fled by .uper.titlon engrafted by age, and (treafll. ened by habit; and well mitrbt thoM* wtoo are engage.! in thl* mosnl war exclaim "Tl. se are the time* thai *17, V*1 "hile the Napier* of the Old World turn back intimidated at the granitn v,U* of the enemy '* fort* our N'spiers stsnd firm snd un nndannted before tbe adamantine walls of superstition and injustice. Bnt we have one great advaaUg* over phyacal war, for while the breaka and inroads the allied anniee mike on tbe walla of .Hebastopol are con?tantlr fllle.1 up and repaired by tbe enemy, the breaks and in roads we make on the strong hold of conservatism igno ranee, and error, can never again be repaired, a breach on. e ma > goes on widening of itself, every atone re moved helps to undermine the foundation until the whole superstructure will crumble at our feet ; But I will draw my temarka to a practical con elurton I am a great admirer of the wisdom nf *,lon and he anid there is a time and a sea.on for' : all things. Now it seem* to me that a celebration j to commemorate the btrthday of tbe authrw of tbs I "Right* of Maa," la just the time to do eometlnag for tbe "right* of women," and 1 feel myaell in the positiaa j of tha Frenchman, who on seeing a crowd gather*t t around a poor man. for whom they eipreM?d mwh [ sympathy, took a dollar from hi* focket. an I aaio "f Pity him with on* dollar , with how mucb do t?u lets 'iim " Friend*, I honor the author of tbe K^bts of j Man. with the endeavor to promote the right* el woman, ( snd I Hope yon will ev-n'e your derot on to be gmng us vnur *ign1nee? to two pet.tinsa le ia> sev to 1 ""f l-fiafatnte-aat (tr tl?a j??t a*t e-j. a t'4V.A to property, offspring, a trial by ? jliry o' our pe-ni, etc., a ad the other for the elecfive franc Mae; and if you dont wiali to sigu both, then give ua your naves to the elective fraurhis.*, for if *? Lav* that (tecum) to ua we will take good carnto affeure to ut all the rent. Thin, bit friends, as I fully appre ciated the aentimen* given totbe luditi, I have taken courage to express lay opinion, and being conaeioua of tli? kind a'teuiiou ytu paid fe me, you muat pardon in* if I take It for granted that it is owing entirely to nay ta lent to command it. Oat', gentlemen, we wish to con vince you that, while wa claim oi)ual rtghtu, we are will mg to it ttiru equal compliments, for pont?iiesa4 ri?,djt niiea n ? mi. So, allow .*? to offer you, In the naourof the ladies, the following t jest ? The Gentlemen ? May the.* hare the wimioui to appnr eiate our opinion* an<t the jaatlce to arkcowtadge toem At the concluaion of Mr*. !*nee'? remark*. which were repeatedly applauded throughout their delivery, the company adjourned to tba ba I'room, where the dancing waa kept up to the " wte short bonr ayant'ttve taral." Police I ntfll^rarf. chaiiob of monviv robbkkt. A man named Patrick liarnon vv arretted yesterday by the Twelfth ward police, charged with having aaaault ed Andrew Rcmer, of No. lS6 0rch*rd*treet. and IWcibly taking froaa hi* penton a buffalo robe, valued at M. be longing to Johu Willlae. It app?ar* from tb* evidence before the maaiatrute, thai on tba night of the 27th iuit , Mr. Komer. Alexander Haul*, and three ladies *?t oat to Harlera, on a sleighing excursion, and, getting oat of the vehicle at 126th street, proceeded to have a walk along tliia street. when they were suddenly attacked by the piUouei ami two other men, who knocked the twtn down, ano after beating tbeiu severely, took from their l>o*aeii*ion the hulTalu robe in queatiou A man namad John Holmes, arrested for being connected with flnrson, became a witness in tba cane for the State, nod tastlfhed against the prisoner and the other highwayman not yet arrested. This case ia in the hands of Just-ce Urennau, at tne Second district pOUhM court, who will thoroughly investigate the matter. CUAKOE OH UKI'INO A MBOBDBRf.Y HOI .JK. A complaint was made yesterday before JuaticeC in ? Dolly, by Joseph Geddess, of UUl West Forty second street, against Die proprietress of a disorderly bonae situate', at No. .'il7 \V<nt Forty-fourth street, and owned by a woman named Mary Giles. The complainant states that the place in queation ha* been the resort of ob-' noxious character* for many montha. and that he oh served many thieve* and prostitute* among the motley group that nightly frequented the place. The drinking house, a* lie says, has b?i<n the *cene of lights, often times of a serion* nature; and he concludes by repre senting it a* oue extremely disorderly in its character, and detrimental to the interest of the surrounding com munity. I'pou the affidavit of Mr. G?dde*x, a warrant was issued for the arrest of the inmates of the house The aame being placed in the hands of Sergeant Under bill, of squad Y, Mr*. Giles, Sarah Tompkins, Mary Hoyd, John Carroll, and Kdwaril Keddy. were arreted and committed for examination. CTK10CS KMMI/.i I.KilKNT CHAKMK. Two men, named Michael O'Brien am) Jamas Butler, were arrested yesterday by officer Roach, of the Wx teeatli ward police, charged with having i-mbei/led thir ty uu? alieep, the property of Alfred Jamison, of No. Greenwich atraet. It appears Iiom the affidavit of the complainant, that on the Mth Inst. he authorised the delivery of tbirty-one sheep to the prisoner, for the pur of baring them slaughtered and returned to him on the following day. The property carcasses not having been returned to htm, the complainant proceeded to make inquiry relative thereto, and unking O'Brien about tbern. be received the answer that ho bad Hold of them, hut refuted to give any further information. The complain ant. therefore, came to the condition thattthe aheep had beeu feloniously embevxled. and the proceed* of the aauie were appropriated by the prisoners to tlieir own uae. Ou thin representation a warrant waa Issued for the ar reat of Butler ami O'Brien, who were both committed for examination by Justice Hariaon, of the Herond diatrict police court. A similar complaint has been male against tlieae mAiby Mr. M. Merritt, of Washington market. TROUBLE AM?NO I'OLIl'RMKS. On aay night a difficulty occurred between two policemen ef the Seventeenth ward named Win. H. Ken ney and Waa. P. Theme. These nan, it seems, have not been on the lieat of tor inn lately, and on the evening In queatioa Kenney, it la alleged, waa intoxicated, and com menced abutting Thornn, taking that be would not allow Thome to remalu an officer any longer; at the same time, Kinney, it in aaid, drew a pistol am-i pointed it utlhorne. After Keuney had become well aobcied, he went to the atatioo house and resigned bin office, giviug hia atar, the emblem thereof, to Captain Hart. Yesterday, Keuney waa arreated for lieing intoxicated and using threatening language towarda Tliorne. He win taken before Justice Wood, who held him to bait In the sum nf $600, to keep the peace AIIIST OF AN EDITOR AND VlWHI'.tPKH PIB LIBilKR. Yesterday, officer Hpicer. attached to the Diatrict At torney's office, arreated a man named (ieorge Thompson, supposed to be toe editor of a weekly known as the Hroaiitiay little, and P. K. Harris, for being engaged in the publication of the aame. The charge brought ag.ilnat theee parties is having published a scurrilous article entltitled "Important to Husbanda and Wives " The prisoners were brought before Justice Osborne, who held each of them to bail in the sum of (500, to answer the charge. Mayer Wood's attention was Hrsl called to the publication of this article, who conferred with the District Attorney n relation to the matter, and finally resolved to have the accused parties arreated ami held to answer for the offence. CHABOK OP CKAND LARCENY. (;?<>. Kadden we* aricsted yesterday by officer O'Brien, of the Tlurd district police court, charged with having stolen a watah valued at t^W), the property of Isaac Caryl, of Sixty ninth street and Broadway. K waa al leged on the part of the complainant, that the accused went Into bin loom at the above place, and carried off the property. The prisoner was taken before .lust ce Wood, at the Kasex Market police court, who hel<i him lor examination. ABKE8T FOR BrtOI.AKT. A man named Krancia McClusky, was arreated yester day by officer Reeves, ef the nerenth ward police, c har?ed with having, on tbe night of the 'JXth instaat, broken into the junk shop of Owen Meehan. of 310 ave nue C. and stealing therefrom property to the amount of ?L0. Ibe owner of the shop hearing a noise a* If bur glars were in the premises, got out of bed, ami dresaing himself, went out into the street, where he saw the ac ciued running ell with a balance scale on bla shoulder. Tbe prisoner was taken before Justice Wood, at the Third district police court, who commuted blm for examina tion. SF.LI.INO LOTTKKV POLICIES. A complaint was made on datur lay against Joseph Burr, keeper ol an exchange oSee In Grand, near the junction < f Division street, for having sold lottery policy tickets. Tbe conplainant, Asa ."tanbrook, appeared be fore the magistrate at the l.ower police court, who la sued a warrant for the arrest of Burr yesterday ofli er llorrigan, attached tojthe First district police court, ar restee the accused, who, on being taken before tbe mag istiate. waa detained for examination. Brooklyn Cltjr Intelligence. ELECTION OF TOLICB CAPTAHiS AND ASSISTANTS. The Common Council elected tbe following captains and asaiatant csptaloa of polks for the consolidated city, at their meeting last mghl ? Captain, Kiftk dutrict? Henry (?ufscharl C aptain Mcttlk dutrict ? Naptbalie H. Dibble. Captain .Seventh dutrict? John rHilwell Atiinant Captains, First district? James lirown, Ueo Latham Assistant Captains, Third district? William Slaw, Ja cob M Stlger. A/iutant Captains, tbWrih district ? Christopher Wright. William Stewart Arti.tanf Captains, fifth dutrict ? John 0. Hunt, Peter Bennett AunUxnt Captains, Sisih distrie' ? Henry Boyce. I'.ob*.. Cox. Assistant Captains, Smttnth district, ? ?eork'e W Bruce, June* J. King. foimdmasUr. Hosier % d-ilrict ? I aniel Brooks St'iciPB or a WoDU sv Taxi.rii I,acr>s?t * ?Coroner Redd ng held aa ln',ue?t yesterday upon the body of Mrs ( elinda MroOy, who came to h?r death by taking an overdose of laudanum It appear* evident that it was ber Intention to deetrey herself, hariig procured two vlala of landaaum at two different places (the Isavea a haaband and family of children. A verdict in accordance with the facts of the caae was rendered by tbe jury Tbe fsa^ly of dsoeasi d reside on the -oreer of Myrtle svenneand Raymond street. Tut <7 itt RiiiMiM.-Tbe car* of the city raiiroa ls resumed tbetr regular trips yesterday afternoon the tracks having been cl?ered in the m>rniog by a lsr*e number of laborers. Tbe company bad been cupelled to suspend running after the fall of snow, which ha I co vered the tracs to each a depth aa to make the ro* Is impassable with cars, .-leigh- were, however, substi tuted. Tbe :ars now make their regular trip*. A Nrw Kmui ? Kag ne No. 13, a new and splendid appsratua, waa broogbt home froai New Ti rk yester day by the somfaay. 0he le what ia tenae-i a double decker, ef the Hrat class, and a goo-! worker. Mhe i? provided with brakes on tbe sidea as ?e| as fore am*, aft. wberala she ia different from other esg ce*. The cost of eoastraetlon eaa ?-,A00 WMatds wbkh ?!,;? was sppveprtated by the city. Tbe bajaaoe is ma le sp by tbe seeipaay. WlUlaaaebarg Ctty kawi. So Jjeroa I jtkws rw Waua aaar a/i ?The U>|aor dealers in the Raatera district (late WiRiamaharg/ are lo a precarious position net having the sanction ef the law te dispose of their com smxI it ies The licensee graa*?l by the ixetae C'.mm ?stonera of the late city expired oa the l?th Inst. - consequently there are now ever *< haa died places? from tbe hotel and gilded aaK>oa to the tbiee cent loafers' rasort? where mm aad lightning a re deslt out wit boot svsnthe senctmn '< the law Tbe sr tlcls reier'ing ta Wcksa, a the c^M^ated chart" ?x*s tbe time ef meeting on the se^ed Toesday <4 ?av ? ash year, aad uatil that Hbm no UaeMee caa be ot> It*11'- ? 'I**'*1 *?t by tha leg.slaiure XhMill Mayor Hail eafer:e the taw. f^r he was elected, tbese pUrea m sthe f ?o e.l< mod gr-at beoe?ts witl re suit, one vklgfc ?iU V? a coa>tJrr*M* <lftw? <? ? n't. The Hrn In Sua Mi nHng. A mat* meeting, aMmerounly attended, wnw held la it evening m the TaUeru.icle pernuant to tke ldiowiug notice, which appea *d in I St city paper* ? The working men am rajuevted to bt preaeat on- Mon day evening neit, at tje Broadway Tabernacle, v?heti I be ?abject of all aubjectt wtl! be erplatned? How ran em pfoyaarut b? (ouud fo? the psepte of thi* country at goed wage* Tie follow. ug <t?i>itioct werw announced for ?it? cr.^Mnm ? 1. What cbum'n tbe exit ef ap#ei>* !Vom tbU couatry* 2. How m it that foreigr" mdvtV are brought into' the market and wNit a le.wprtce tliau ben;* a. How can plenty of employment k? ffnu 1 (or tk* peuple of thi* country at irrai ??r?tive At tbe :ippoiuted hour ?on? Wteen Luadrr.1 perionM were MaernMetl. when Mr SullNoa called *be meeting to writer by namiaiitiiig Mr. Hubert Irving, .ton moulder, | I'reeideut, unit Mr.Clatk, Secret ?ey.fThe nomination wan u-uninMTiiKl/ accepted. "?tie I'reiideat, Mr Itobert Irrir*i Introduce-* tbe aub ject for the ren? i deration of whica'tha iu??tiu 'had be?u called, with a lew appropriate r< raavki. In aJwhng to tbe present hard time*, he aaid hut there wen* thou sand* of nnwli:fnf idlera n nw wulbiitft About the atreet* of New York wbc, hi- felt convince V wvfcld not be un employed if the workiug inen took up Ike queatton of labor iionektly anil fairly, and aough J !?>? veined y existing erila. Ihe I'reaideut then called upon the Secretary to I read the object if ttie meeting, and in'ltmaVa that ether ' M|eakern world uiidiea* the audienre thtieH The {Secretary tl eti read tbe following i ? ? EflOUTTMMf AM> llWt,AHATI0> Of THK -**V TUHK INDtM lAOU. AUHOCIATIOX. The following raiu.hitiiiu ami declaMt ?i? wa. P***f it a meeting of t'ie pgaaldent* and aotrrrfnrle* of the trade and butwltnt .ocietie* ?f New Vrl, l?el-l *t to* (jnion tfliade*, Fnurtlfavenuo, Jan l'J ? - n-Milvnl. T'jat thi. :>reiinx i* of op-mm 't.*?t in oider to aecar* t? the p*oi>lo <rf thi* country plant* <*> employ ment. at remunerative \*ng><?, It I* a*.?nti*l; that ?" ?* lociatl.m bf Hint. luted for the protection of I ;.otne labor Declaration. ? We hereby declare our flue.. 'letermida tion lo mipport the Ubir ?f the people of thin country, instead of cheap impo ted labor ot foreign . o'?nlne*. We further declare that wo will re*l*t to t.w- utinont of our power, by all letfgl njeaoa, all attempt# that may be made to *ubveit the object* of the aaaociat.on The l'B?>re>T nail that a gentleman, who had promned to .peak ',o the ftr*t prepneition, (what cati*e* Jl?a exit of .pacie from tlila country ?) had failed to attend. He,' however, introduced to the muetmg Mr. Wall'>ert who would *pe*k to the aecord proposition Mr. Waliokii .aid that il ev.r there wan a -igm or a gaod time coming, i? wan to mu no large a meeting ?w?eiu bled tb hoped that the working men ot tuU city would take warning by the preaent hard time* and adopt ?uch measure. as would prevent thelrrac.i.rreno.. fw the future. The iiueation to dUcuaa tor which the autteuca wai a**emble,l ?a? the great .tue.tion of labov^ on which everything in thin W0?M depended, and which, therefore, ought to lie uppermoat in ev.rv man * i-iid Kvcry man ought io be found doing hi* duty, uaii if ? very man wa* found doing like duty, none would aak work for twenty tour houra without finding it. Hie aub iect *aa, How I) it that foreign pro luct* an- hrought into the American market and aold at a le?* price than borne product** Thi* wa? a ?? ciou* though .imple qnij t ion and the <|Ui?tion connected with It w.,' How i* labor cheaper In other countries thon It. i. HI till* 1 He eonleaaed that hu aim ?? progrraa? never to be eati.Hed with wage, until tie liighvet po.*ibla rata waa obtained. Examining the varloux wage* paid to workmen in Europe, he naid that In Ru.ato tbe mechanic wan paid, on au J, / * , one c.ntv and the laborer ten cent* per day In I eland and in *pain the payment wa* the In H"""'"* and 1'ortugal th-ie waa an increanw of two rent* per .lav In France laborer* were paid twenty-nine cent* a day and roe. hank* *'xty lour ceoU. In huglanl roe chanlc. were paid eighty three iMtl u<> t hat h' ran laborer or mechanic l? paid nearly double wh?t ? receive* in Kug'aud. American mei hanic* are paid *1 lift per day. Tha *peaker than alluded to tha facturer* of Kng and, who wora *o roiaarahly paid, an I asked how the labor ot thia country could then ??""'l-'1* with 'bat of Eugl*ndv He hoped that the dnty m import* in tin* country would ever be high, when it wa* ooaaiderad at wti*t coat tabor ?*. wraught in ho gland The protections ot ^>gl*nl a .bed for ? lair day* wag.-* 'or ?. fair day * work, w ilia ( otHleu i riffbt and inen <?f their on Jailor at .mi cit II. (the .p^r) thought thai tb. employer* of tbe North of KnglAn-t were the roo?t hru tal ela.s that e?e e,i*tet He c .UM ?,k.? hi. aufll'nca do aomethlng 'or thair ..wn pr itection, like thai done b\ the laboring cia>??. of England, who formed union to prote?t ilie:i wive* agair-t employer* The .uraker i'oi,IH1H that ch.up lropi.Itnt.oM wou'1 the effect of reducing the price of Ubor in the t nited hiate*. and would not lie ?dv*nti?geo H to anvot It mde. He bclieve.1 that if tn^re were no lmporte.| LoSi In thi< country, then, inatead of twenty men looking atter one ina-ter*. at |re*en'., ihere woull bj one ma.ter looking after twenty men I/?t the u. xt mail carry acro?H id? wat?r the new * that the working men of the l nite.1 Htate. have p!e.!ged thmn. -lve. to a fair day'" wage, (ft a fair day '? work l?t " tin* country *ay "we will have no la'M.r ?tain<-d with l.lwel. I et ui lay a?ide all .(Ueatjoa* nf religion ?mj politic*. ?n<l look .olely to the 'iue.tion of labor, *o that every wen may get what he can Alter Mr. Watford bal -poken over an hour in tbt. *tiaiti an (inpatient gentleman called out? Vte went to know "w we ean Jet reliaf. We have hearl . nougU about Kngland? give a**omethiDg?bo?t Am?ri'a The ,-r?Akrn- Mr. Oram, if you were .peaking here. I would have good ?en?e enough to wait till you had d ?n I Applau-e. ) lie, the ?p?aker, thought that If there wa. r.ot .ueb a drain of *p*cia from thi. country to pay ?r foreign labor, there would t>? no la-'k of W"K" Vr M Kmikhav wa* the ne%t ??eaker He came tliere to an.wer one ..ueation -How nra wet nrauneratlve employment He 'the "* in Manchester, hngl.nd at the great f re.ton atr^k. !a*t war. It w*? a remarkable occurrence |. that jtrUe. I Tor it wa* tbe tint time that the working ela.**? of ?J"?1"" ' took the right iour?e. He *w oppo^-1 to what wa. ral'ed I ree trade, for free trade would reduce the work in# rla-.e. of thi* country to the level of tbo?e of hng Und American, .and their eora. thair cotum and the r .old to Kngland, who Uk*. it for fear American* "boul I manufacture for Tbe working 1 " Hila country *re idle Mglan take, a war their labor. becau? money ia .earoa, bread I. d'ar, and bvcauM. em granU do not go We.t ?n?rtently *|ulck . Kn? ung the.e r??..a the I. madle* aie rlear. There la ao posalbta remedy bu^ a Ultir III hundred par cent en l-nglieh good*. (Ap piau?? ? lha .ho.iW not remain r"r#-;t,5*v for tl-cir payroa.ter It may be aa"l there i* ? neceealty for a forelga market. Ut the Man i hf.ter and IJyerpool market. b? branfht heie. It la objected again that It wouU hurt trade Hut tl.ough it might Injure ti-i* for a hr^ pervod- lt w^l it in the end. Crtiih tb* Knjli'h inonof olie#, ,nd you will do go<-l n.rt on.jr to ynur.elvee but lo tha Ub. ring cla?*e* all over tha world It to -Id, ?!-?. that it I* not fair to abut out cheap Infhah go?l*. But tha .vat err of Kngll.h monopoliaa trad a to eiiuntry. It take, away money, corn *nd fr"? thi* ountry, *n<l leave* it nothiog. Tne t*lk r cheapne** i* an error If American Wanuta^tur' .re dear at tir.t, they will .oon c?.? ' ?lo*" IHe hngli.b mono poll .U are trying to country a* they ruined ire And <Jo to the I ark ao tha fruit* of iraa trade The trade with Kngland ,? not ? free trade? it I* not a fair demaod and *upply It I The obie-t of great m'.n^fKil .t. to make go?d? cheap and lau.rwr* plenty. Ilia lri*bm?n talk of putting down "gl.nd ^iuf they walk about In K?H,li*h and ,|.ep on KnglLh blanket* IV.n t they know that, it i? that little woman. VWtoria, who rule* ihe landlord. *nd coitwa lord# of KngUnd, *n4 crind her people to tke <!u*t Thl* U a world wide , It i? no pobticel que.tlon. Hon it aak a man whether he I* a denuwrat or whig, but a?k hun "hat h intend, to do. The llrat rreat qaeetion la one of treat L>t there be a tirm oppee.t.on to U*ee togiuh monop?'^~ ii era I. a war going on bwtwaen -apital and lab** and that war .helf not be ended until labor i* *ir,'r,2". He the -peakar; mitfU* that tDe people , boil Id take the pla.lge ? " I prom.-w on my ),.? r that I will ?aeo ir?ge \n?erlc*n ^??ou'ac^ t?r . , ?d I further proinl- -hat I w.ll a !ro niater thta pl?lg" toother*." The .pe*.er then proposed th?t thoee who were in 'aeor of taking *uch a ple.lge .hould ?taml up Mbout a onartn* of the aedlenca b?ra *V?d aad rheeied i He (the apeakeri t here -i pan conwdered U* all pre.ent were In lavor of tha pr<?ii?? A vok a?No I don ? th.nk tb. 'luaat.ra ha* t aeo falrlv 'put. (t rie, of " Take the noe*. andgr.a. eon fu'ion' ^ did net roeaa that t how. I re*er.t .hould i .e I vee with .ay promi.e. lie -^m'Wded k* ?T h p., .iAi #?f a t ?f o? the r?*ate m >? <*T Vlr IlluJifl ^ he f?-otl#fein? who ha4 pr**^ rreoed a Mr. to a*k a clatform He thought the ?udieoew had heard a great S..I of tbe Kogll.d Iwiperw i. role " tnere no .uch rale berw' He Knr*ei the idea that free ?intr. idled A me, lean l!*of annM tan per ndd*n tnftond, wtt? ite ?<? aainlon^ ( ?e m and W*?* > - Hi* fiwiDnrr tboi?l<4 th?' h* ba! arr ?*4 nJtan th? rcafng abmiki <>taa "f ' *? "? ' mm! aboau from <1 rutot 1 in tha rnM'J of whl'b. Mr. >a??oi 'im W?f? tb* au?4 *nr? HaaaMiaalMia ' i?o yn??tyl ifiiMM tb?r* thai aaaatnc, i?rm v?o tr1?ha>*D- iStM' ? K??; i n f ?a>i hnwi ) lb* n ? ?? ?ii ">at?a?*<t for a> ?? tiu wt 'b? ? >( ?aa ???('?? >J>U i fa baar otiat tb* iai-1 ?>???? u^ur in*|M ? taraa4 aft, m?I tba r<<aa W?t la Ma) larks*** Mr U?? < 4a nay a ?i?i<orary lull., ?ill aat <-a* but a rbilhaf > worUi af <-aa<ll*? thai tba a?'V?< aay taraatlnw?<t (Raaaaaf ape<?r.; A mnmu* Tuci -hw !a*w. but y fr*a ?paarh A rfrrla waatbaa tana*4 raoa4 Mr f?*t ?>?? la tb> ?lark *a4 *araj tka upt- ai ajkl anal aatoa. alUafitot ta roatiaaa b>> r*a>* it a V? lalmtoaHia iiaaf tbat ba *aa o^paait an tba ai|aa*it> of faarnin ? <*??< ?r?. Ma *aa la favat af fraa trada <**a'lam*a l?a?t ; ?jokrti of tba aai**r| of tba aartu* rlaMi if Ka?Ua>t aa-1 Ir*laa4, bat tba I aiaary ?aa aaflara) aartat i??tM tloo aa-t aat aa<tar fr?a tra> It ?aa a aia'Wf af fan tbat tba r?n4Mw>a ?f tba aart af ibmi af F-a#taa I a aa far battar aaa tbaa ta?7 vara la laraaar raar? Aw <1 tba niaa aad aaafaawia. tba mtria tmi raaaart* nf tba apaabar war* laat, aa4 tba tmla( a* ??l t? tba I Mat J?a(r??af?? w4f?m I City *N I NOW ion BOTH. TW?? ? *AJ?T P1Mimi?Tt)KH VICIIMMHD? ABIU1? OT THK WtoWH f?o Ia?t Katnrday evening tub tn?t.? between the . trm . of 10 and 11 ?'clock, ?u Mceedmgl / w?ll tn-aed an* gentleman* '?**?'? "?4?r0,, tW clrT7""1 , Hrm-ie. kept bv IfcHnre. Harrla A hjrnham, c*?i?r ?? < <*? leg.- plaee ui.d Mueray .treat, mod ewtttn# up kith* (!.?W told the clerk that He wiahed to b?*? a b*l for the nig* He mm informed tba? h* roiil.l be whew be repBivt " that he wanted * comfortable rodnvntthat* on the p-nund tteor, mil ? he bad W hnve verr early in the morotew. h# wouW;*y befora he retired to re*t ' Thi. he a-voordingl) did. ?V? he w.r aonducte Mo a room. takterf with him > nry large and apparently wall tilled earp*:"iag. He p??wd out early ?? ffwnday m*? ?,?K aud ?bc? 10 O'clock ttir cliamhariuM ???'?*? ** room. when eh- found to her eurpri.e Ik-tit wea i ? Tietelr .tripped all the bC ft.ralture ?,f^?*nik* ?? /heavy count vrpaue quilt, a tar*. rom'^abU. uu.l , A . Ac. Inatead of ibe minor* property .He loun.f in? eerier about lw?f a bu.hel or want- papar wwi a Uif j<nvia,( atone Thi. rubbi.h evidently I Ly the rogue la I... bag, -*a aicbaogwl fw the mOT* 'prnlteMh freight vhi-h ha ????< ?". Mr Bornliam iaamed lately rrtM to the Chief ? l'ou?, who aea t an o?ier t> make in<|< try when it -.*? fouud during th* week on .**> than lour irfbar hoi-aea the frinMb, ft l/r-iu, Hey .tree* ami auather In Kuhon atr?et~wari< mlihed ra the Mine manner rnfue gettlra^ro- ?-") to- *? worth ot for hla #lty rent i i+ewlrn.-n'. M each (dace thv fellow enteed hU name HilVrmtly. tam.g th.t of Stylaa A.r hot hw al ?,va Hilled (rtm. Ilea ton. On Hand*? eight he pr eewle i hlm.eU at farlo'e Mwtel, but owtor to the d.?.-:1pti?.n given ot him by Mr. Airnbam to the yMt*. au "fl^ .<??> re cognl/ed Uiiw and hi* Sarg^ tmg, whei. H. euat'Klr. Oo ?e.irchir? him at the .Ution honae In. )>?? ?a* fouwJ'ltll*'! with tm ?tm-k In trade--old pa|>?r "*?? atone? a ad ht- had o* hi? |H)mon i?r twenty | a?n. ticket. f?- b^iiin^ pUd*e.| Mr Hurcllana waa at jimt \ trouble la launaur ?he arre?t of thin tbl. I, end de?erve.i ?nrt? n.-dit ftw hontlog dowB* ?l robber wto j woel,' hBT-- pre^eeit m> largely on l; ? - ?? > prietore, ?om? af wliotB kept ,,ulte :?ll ' tonne-.. Tbrprlaauar WW. detained at the- Ihlr l ?aiH atatloohoii v. until the n.-eeaaary oompla. *"- "?<> be madw ngain>< birr f-aarf the property lound In hla p.w?<m itlcatificd by the wwner* Ma-< 1 " ?wi*7 * Tio V . ? Oa Friday^ U?t, at the renldenc e of Pwea/e-y, M|., a preaen?atlon of a han-Uome ?rrrt?? af "liver >lata wli mad ? 14. owr wortny fellow cltl/an. W??ahipful l'aat Manlor w A iyke?, i>! Manner!. 1 o^a Ka. #7. ?">, and Ac (i?M Maeon. , The following wtfaod appropriate wiva Vheare.1 by Wo.Hhlplul l'aat Ma.ter William ?. : n't" which the aWante ?it down to a ?p>?? -w e?t^rtaln- I ment, pro?ld.-d by tkn amiable boitea., I?l?. where every daliracy ?a? furnlebe.1 ? "ildreae? j Brother Syken ?HMrdMC? with " a time cu? ttm," on the -A'oeaklpful Maater paemu* the- 'hair, the membem of ' Marinern Imlge No. 87. af BYa? and At ceutad Mason a??il tbam*aWe? of thl? <irP??i.?ait) of periietuatlng *^h? long c-hertehed . u?t?n aa it done, a f i .* a??l brotherly e*pie?aion oi ?i^mient toward* one who ?t?art? so pre einltienl In tbr-lratwnlty ?h your Milt. Thi ie.tUv.da of your cocdart ^.a the urbanity of your naauer n doing Juatlce lo aJ. awl di? Cbar.ty tl the nee^y. are eard.nal tr.l^iee wklrh will ?*?r endear you, not only to Ma?onn. but ? aO who know you. The W.r ban devolved on me in w half or ?' Mariner* Udge," to prew-nt to you thU aub?taatlal tentimonlal of th'- eateein and n-?p?< t vriMi ? .rteb you are belrt by the brethren over whom you have j re?wle l with ao much honor and credit to yo iraelf, ard 'eoetll to tbe fraternity, an.1 aleo a? a mem?nto on .at? lnteri putlog orcation, whirl, rarrlee with it our inn ?ad laetiug regard for your welfare and happi need. Tin. u ? m kk ll.j'ait'iit'Hkrr^. The ?hidi?m? " th,. veaael waa reeon??l yeetarday, umler tha .'treetuMi of Ilepnty Marahala l>e Aogeloa, ?>K.k ami ll?rt.?. Twenty-lour n.en we?? employed, and tbey .r aneue i during the .lay t? thoroughly overliaul ew"?7 pa?t of the veaael Tlie waa reinovml to aee if r v ?r"? 1 were atored bene*h it, hut none were fiiard. lb water ca?k?, m.-?i 'barrel"., liail?. I o., w??? opened ar..l aearch.-d, but nothing wa? loun l a tleta t.. ibfttity the ?uaplei^aa of tne autlmriU?? P. . wi* tue at t?ru?ion a ieji-,rt waa hi rircuUtlon that a .ar ;e >tiw>? ? tv of KUUIX)* >'er ? ?a tound In the hrtdawoug ?!? ?>?*!. VJx in-.i.r, th .xry turned out to b- a latr.. ..l-.n, Ihe ollicer- at length, Un-lmg tuelr aearch frulU*?? ??? IH-n.Uu opeiatioi i ao l di.- harged the work mt?-ab<W* lour o'e'.'e k nth- attetn?u. I lie veaeel atll jeman. Hi tb? . iia'.etv ?.l t\. United -tate., aubie't to tUe fnr'be, -I ihe I'lilt'-d Matea Uuiriot A'.loroey Tmk kM.-MU''n ?>? ov Nrw r??a lltltnoa. J.Averaor Clark and tbe Comnrfttee on Vaviga'ion and Catamerre lutheSenate an-i t??eB.bly. will viatt lhl? eity tn n.o* raw, on Invitation "f the Chamber or O.m.neree, to tx emiD- the harbor w.-b a view to prepadnir a r. ~>rt on the enrrna- lim'-nta cauae.1 bv changing the .? t.rne of the bav flii't nv.ri. It I* undatetond that <?o?. I nfla, o< \ew Jeraer, a<-. ..mneaied by a (Olut apeclal e..i?.n?Uee or the I eg.alature or '.hat Xta-.e will >*? >? the ci'y to aa alat In the etamln ttiea Thi Nnw City Uau..? Hi? ?p'clal ?'iro?ilt?.? of the Hoard of Aldermen, to which waa referred the a..h,a<:! ot >elm tin* a h? atlon fe* '-be propoeed new ?'lty Kail met ia ?*" It. .M ye-'er-i. v.(tern,?.3V.l.e.r all the r artiea in I . ror of, an t oppoeed to lo. ?kog It In ie up?r part of tie , ity Afte, ...tlnf for , temt b.lf an boi.t in i< n f ir eime or - to .p-ak *>r or .?a a.t th .object the romr?tt?e adjourned (iif A Mm Kii.i.M' " til* ran?.-A fatal a-r.Vn' oc- , curre.1 la.t eveoMig, about ala o'eloah to e?? ? f ti.a workmen employe* to 'eariog d.ewn the rulna .( the V-w City Ha l. It appear, that one Jeremiah tiiUahan, re- j aiding at 1 Orarntt atreet. waa ataudlag oc '.be ground the ruin, wh?? t?.e flooring above gave way, ? arry log with it portion of the wall Ibe mai w?. b ir.ed beneath tl.e rn!n b-fme he had tlm- to eecrvpa Y or time great exrltemeat prevailed ?? It wa? . >p[rf>eed tba? ii nun.twr of p.-iaoe? wer- fatally injure.1 by the fMt Aaelaunce wa. , ....ediauly rendered and he man draKX'-d from beaeatb the heam. and brieki ibai lay oa lop oil.,... Ee lived but a few n. n-i'e. h* ""f eitricat'.l Ml i rerr.ain. wer- taken to th^??h w,rd rta-ionboore, waere an ln.|U? "twill be held to-lay t.? th* Coroner. A ( ??? |?CAV?M. to Dutll Yealeuta, after- v?.r information wa- reee,fe.l at the Coroner a '<? - tha* a Child, .angbter of Mr l^h.ton of J0? Kidga -Vre?t had iwe. ..aldrf "-death >y tbe ?csd.nlal.p-Ui?,of . 1. elite of boiling water ?|'? her while ^.b. lag .round th ? ?tove. An in.,ueel wiU b- l.eld oa tb A CUM I. K'.von TO I'k.TM ?v i:r?mi??. I l- l- -A f, g' tful accblent or- urred on Sunday e.eo.-x Iron, I cairleaabea* .A Ike manaer n which burn ng '?-! waa haadled n flIMng a lamp. It appear* 'hat while Mr? Sen. "-I TraJkan reaidlng at No '% Hi-lfe atrvet waa bouring b.uaiBK ""id .nto a lighted Ir.o.a It ea ,gbt Bre S3 UrSfcd %be let It dr., p. whan It fel h? youn^e.t daughter, agrl ten jeer., who ?*? <* Lid. her. lb. fluid Til on the . o >1 and ? o?? ma with verr-and pato .nd ber crt-> *Wb* to the .not who attempted to put t?e lire o n ?>y t*.n?< the lother. from the t-elv but. faihogia rured a q-aiM. and wr.pp^l t .r mui leng'h ? ice*td*d in e?t,ng il.hiei' the fia??? arte- .ad haada wer- badly bnr^d Tbae ?.t tor <M,e ahriut two hour, aft-r tl ? ?oaurrwea *aok | pl^a. 1h? '"?>??' "I" ?>oM -n , n, be >~<y | tht. ? I ? 1/..^. Vtmm IvMU i K.U- - The r??tr jr'afr^^r"oj- ^u^r'ur?^ the vr< n, - eat ef. er. of a* Klra j feet vit!?. protrected to a la'e ho-?. *?d !la i??m ta-r. of -I praved the* .ta .a taorh " wbee i ng through the ma?e. at watt ****' ** " *atia? a ?re or "barrytng up H?em ho?? A <IOC? !!*?. to lw> ti n' r ?? ?> <i? T?r* >nu Clrr-A* ? *obaer <*?< to ;iu ulukk tlb<? m?. Ibrvu|h 'b? m?/ mi J II* Ml-JMM l? r*. ' t .? at "I Hi "Ollkf ? *!?? aat Mayor ? tha ?M' Ml* Nbl*r? ftidlwl kf lk> 'kirwd |M>lhn *f Ha? Xurl H>? n ? ?>?r? tb?f rat ?????.? a* * fcarrat la inaaa fa<tura?l 'o? tba pnrpoa* ut a'ra?'!ia? <**?* partial b<u*MMf?ri, ? (#*?. ?< I Mr < a 'hi* *?b;*. a b?t 4o ?'<? *??!( Ml '.M* ip t*.) u NoIj' - iih" I *m ?!*, i?r " ??li?a'. ?**iaa>t, ?M tkTmi-ns, iHhiv tmwi V ? JiiHfflly l*irili|'?r>. A Win I H ??. - - A ?/?!*, , (hat ' ? '.am an ll?? (?a Ui thirty )NI< if ?f ' au*4 jaa tav'ay f ul tg la <lM ?l> (A *h? Jaraajr i itf I aary Tba | bad m a W*na Mfnal, bU a w> ia '?f j wat ?h *a nad?r??<irt 'ra??r?, afcarfebiy* anil a'aarl i iWt n?l? ir.4 raf?t.* ,^,'ara A ??ftir aaa? a bja pacaat "?ata*oa j ??gh' j J? ar ''kit T>,ara aaa * rar4 a hi- porbat [? ai?4 a tb* <.**?r.a>' a*.(>##a '4 '.b? rttlt jut H?f il?ln \?,tk nj ?m !??*>) I ?p?a fc ? pa'a*? Vy ab.tb l ia a* a> - t ra? -la*" ?a*U ba a> ?jUidM IU'?ri*l I.Ql'At I4ti4 .ha w-l, *?? itat?4 da xlarwkl d It* axatj bu/.ai (iao*4 Kav II I'atu, al 1i? 1 *h, ifjinat -a tvi* <U* '<?<> a* ????.*) >i<?.*( la tKa Dm j?*t ?a ? b'j/ b? >? b* af tba (tat al a aar-aa aua >i ' 'm* ia^>i 1 tba aaafiraa al It* Yam* Ka* ? Cbidfcan A??tnlK>a af Jaraay Wj Hirer ?n a Otfti-lrtlif !.*?%-- ??? thraa ' t ??/?? af Ik* Pia-'tt la* *ara rap^rta* by ll?? llaiaf ?f r-'llfa la ?ba Jtacordar Ta*t>p4ar T*a a# Iboaa ? f?ia*t 1ba pr>.pri*t?ra af ba I bar afeaya a* I ib?atb?? of a rtfii *t*>* Tba irtaaM ?a? tad aaa ?aibi aad , ?**ta *acb IWrWfaf Pai.aa rlaiaa \bai b* Ararat a* ?/>a? | la* abaaa. ai talbar plaeaa of ka* <?taa *a# a??a ? lit dr-*b>a| pi. a. ?b tb ba I *tt*?f?l lb* r* , vino* to <*?d* tba K?r, elaaad -"fca liaring ?t*ta# 1 tlum uartag tha ???, and, alalia to 'urpcaaa, ia ; Icrmod l!,o ti of tlimr tho rt taday priMriaua i aoi told ?h*m who w?n piraairt on that hmmiuu Tnhn or/ art.l Jam**- CMf fbr aaarttfflng J i?aa i K*il? lu iti* <tr??t on nMunlir o><lil M inJ hlat'nf a Uiafof broad, v*ara hrtt lo bail, *?1ba <u? of I ('.00 raeh. far trial Wntul I wHUyin r. i TUE ILKCTHMt TO -HAT >* r?* TW?*r*-NI?<*H Ult?lK.VT. TV Jay tba rot* V will t?k* iUct n tba T??uf? uiatb i .Vaatornl diatrlcV if tfnahlata. a! trt ia roru|x>??r! of tbw I;ouat *? of Outar.w Hurt UringaViA, r Ml thaaacaucy 9ceaalor.i<l tr Ult ivll(Mtii)i o( 1)fnrll Clark, laetag 1 fioToroor Thla wlIVlw >a imp-utuM rlkastloa. at tl tba ' ?airiit wilt ha look ad Itf Irt at* part* c* tba .?Hla tlia mma part le lart 'aa thor ?k .Ifta" a diraet iaaa? l iMrt'^a tho Know NoW0|<< on ooo ??? art a lu*n a af ' aD I'M aid |>artti<? ant? p-rtlfical ala kmPa Mmaiatlo.; of whig*. d*niorrata, aoft ??#?!?. abollt Mitt* fro- ao.lan, ami t'. a foreign *oU of f.?? falltleal %*?, ?* tba otb * A gr?at d*al ol atcltamr T Una apriinj up hi r?<irt to thla fboflaa, tba riua<> ?.f* rb?hl?toft?f rti li ai f not bo uaial?ta?tln* VVlian tyrou II Clark wan Tw'twin ?t*<l tr Glamor by Fyr# fa*" Will* Coavant'o*, awd mba. maatrtlr kr va kniil Otha" ?ni conrrntlnna, V bald tba IHc of rlt?l?a Kiiatof fr*? th? Twoatjf innAI* fcrtrlrt, ? "trli ilBo* hr w >? ;.n|*nt*a- I Oil all aide a to -aalira, wbirli.'for r-woaa 1. nd wo Ut h maalf, Tliurhrir Waul and Vfill.aia II Srv?r I li# raafuaad to 'lo VrTiata tba r> Hit of tha |ubnuati.r:-4 -rsnvaaa lia< ami k 'harri and it ~*m itarnlod that Mt'Clark wa? tlia *ui'ra??f'il raaditala, Ik ta< ?* pa? toj that tin raaaona for liitM i*H an to tli<* 'iHli^ af Mala ?coaiur liwl aaniahml, and %af li" woal tmuaUi aVIr f*iVM up 'a o?<lrr that a tiaar alxrBun mi,i*?t l?a at ilarnl * tlma toalaa that dtatiiet . im^?a?iitati >% al that opaniog of tba tagiaUtiir* Itut h atanh'W ou, at>4 U?a raraaou l>a' in w otwrioaa. On llf ? <t!> a( KabruWT tba l a>gi>i*t ra? wftuM 1<A" for lln'taxl '? ??la^Hana'or a> |Jaoa of Wlllfrm II.' N'ward ant kha.f K?*tl?inao waaaW ai;?in bo a candidate, a? a rtrm I ta*i ? of Mr ? 'I ? rk . and Ilia rhanf" ft?r rr alrctioa war# !o ?raat kmkl Tba- rounllm nfOUfcrl* ?nd Uvl*Kat?>i*?r aa anti -awaral bv torna nii>l >r*tb~ .io?t il thalr i?pra>aon?tlTa roi/kl Im> kapt out of tba I#| al?li.ra until aftar lb ?ti?4ot for I aata4 Xtata* Hanato*. .*??><? watiM Lx> !???? ???? tt?a op|>.iai4i<Ma jkrr?rdlni(ly ai tba> ??li of January, afta taaarta* b#l I U?tb ?t\i ?? fur II*" iliyan .tanator < larl. r? and ' *??aa a or i 'lark !??*?!? (iro?b?aBatlain author 1-tiMf tba alaetiaa af bla aurcaflM 'id IWia plara* on tlia "Otb af Jaauary, >a day. Tb? I'ai^t ?if I'oaint* fanraaaati^ lo trn-arlauaa ? i tl> th? law, ir ) <?> ?aa? ?n? wa?k af'i? ttea mUritoa, ?? camnt t ha* ?aiaa, wblrb will Ita on tl ?* (*aath of lata miry, tlia *?ry day ?>? wbi li tba l>??TV>lMura ara ta rlart a I'nitad Ht t?a ,-V w.U.i an I aa tb?> raaati mutt go to Albany bafora 'h? aai. aaaaful ran lldat' i?ia- racaiaa a < ???tlll'-ala, tlia ??arlia^ t'ana woul l ba> ab?'?<W<, and tha (Iwrk and Howard tra- k watwld bo aua!?!oa..l?J Tlui Klalaturo taking tl Mtiw ?low of tlna altair <va ?lxi?a <tm ai'flbaal. paaaad mi act fp-viaax tha t'oualT' taaaifaaaara autbi<rltj to moot .1 aa oarllar lay than waa .tax guiibad ti i (aw. hop tiff thw-<sb? tw thwart tlia IJowirrair'n in'on Hob. and to ptaro 'li? na?a Manator la bia aaaa in um? to aata upon tlia rai'hnomtag important i|w a?o*a What haa bacouia of tbo law WW ?ra not Inlormoal bn# aa iba toa ilaya which tha >*MtUution gianta tba Uanaotica iu which to aign or raktira tba bill oipiraa in daa wo p*? auaaa if It baa not lawn vataad II bocomoa a 1* at?4 wall nparata on tba pro??it olottion Tho following I. 'ha laault al tha l|.iarar'-ar?a ?i?U la tlia two cou atloa wKloh "a^jMiaa tha Twaol*oiatb lla trtct at tho laat a-lacti iu ? ? Mir am I'ltiri .Heymfi d"i?a?. A'aoi" AWJuny It'i .?/ .V " .Vkafl t Hilar. <> .. tUH ill >,?? ? Utlaia'.on i .Hi- I 1.1.*^ tM Total. ?,*#? i.Wit a.VX **' Tb* camlldato cf tba luwaatata ia lion I haa?a? t*aoa?la, a oft ah' 11 daniaerat. -aa f 4?or?bla u? tha la^alaa;! ,<m af Wh>. II "?aa>4 a* tn? fnlWaloK inn, twaaal l?r (ana aif tba oiootiag" tlail -oil I lalo^ata* to t?? ? aaraai tli/a that uaaintaatoil b i? will (ully pioaa ? Kraal vad, lliat It w|iu .hallow Win H. Itaward far tbafatthlut Itr uaa ran lorad tba l*'a'^, i?> fatrl/ and truly roptaaantiag 1m? >onat|tuanta ihM iaa t?o ra luiaad to tba I'nlta I Mala. ??onata, and that ?!?? tala *atca aro lior"b? r-a?acllallr aolialtad lo n na.'iala a raa-lli-a'a lorMtato -?i,at?.r who will auataln bta *laiua?i. TM ramlidata of thaKaoa. Sothlnga ta lira IU? ham H. nod ma ti a Matbartlat clorgrman, fonwarly af Rorbo.tar, bit' now a -walilaet of tionora, Oatarlacmiaty. Ha la a hard aball low.wral, aa-l ia aali I .* w an aWa ? ?a and a gool a n*. kMiw -aorniMi c<>?t?tion is new huiuvhium.. Tho Know .VntbiB*. Mtata I laaoalioo o .'<aw llaaa^ ai.ra will ro aa-arolila4o atay la Man. laaatar laa fta*ialaa*a arandialata for Uorarno r, tbair foroi?r ttouMaallat* af Mo* liibn Moaira of Omraid, baiag ?f no aawil aa 'ha caadidato aa* a*c*i 'aiaa4 to ka inaliglbU, ha aoi haala^ roaidad aram yoata a Waa 'tata in ?-??.|a;iaa witb Uaa f?i,'i.r?iii' nta of tha ><iia?l tu lino lion, jmiua am at aJianrv. or- Lt*<ia. II >in Jamoa linn 'aaloa. in a *?rraap??fc?aaa aaya ka 'laa? not roual'tor it bla du'y to ylold t/? tba awlVJlta tiona of hla frianda to allaw bla najua to b* u?a-l la ?a? ?ar'lnn ailth tba ?Ch W l|o?arn??r of AUbaa*>? nr aay atbri olllca, aa h:a ' *<l p iat? aflalr* lam. aa4 hit a ' tan t.oa . and baaing for tlao i??( thirty yaara V-*a *"?M?I motaor laaa la pab'V- ala. an I baaing awlaararod faith fully to porf'.rm hla daly ta Ina aoaallt aata and tha tnufclry, h? doairoa aaa tha pr,*ilaga af aatar ag tha |?a/ a an 1 '(M*t'fla af pi. . al* ilfa rim "anvam in ?iwh?ivi Tli* oanraaa in Va?(iaU ? iii< ' fcaa <!ami>< rati'- editor artaa to hia frlaada <a *wliia(tM tlal ? imI In r?niMM?l ,V?au. tba I fa riallf or?a* ratio a Th* Ka-.a V'#? Iiih a bata uynlw a'.tiaMUiaa for tba '?> llunt 'if V t Wtaa 4 TA'.L IK<i? ?OTMI?U A i'J?. 7 >i* Kaoa Nollaaa<a tiaaa j?*l al*<t< 4 Mr, Altial K<>tab U k* Ma??r <4 Clant* Ma, Taaa It -aaf b? al?iaau?j to tbat Y"' h la liUr >11; a f aa' man Um aoaa* ?t?r ait ?aa t an.l a half ia lialjlil. V<1I I ? U. ?. IW4rOI It I4l'lllt*4. <fu U.? ".'il ait iM.lh h??*?a o tW l^fialatnr* ?f lAUialaaa avl a roaaaativa a Ik* Ml of lla II -aaa of Hmnmlaltfaa *1 an aifhiy a. a aaaan >?r? of tb* Mi ni' aa<l 'b n; Mnai fa aaa?ar*4 lo tbaar Haai Htia I' k *a nar ann aaia l far l.altaf 'Male* Htaa Mr Hi <? '< >a M. .all, a?4 Ma* f. M. Kay '.m.aata4 lion Maara of rt Mart. a a Til* rota aat 1 ban laaaa ?n4 im><?4 tafiillawi ? M?a. JakiniM, ,, . ...T4 tin* Jab a W-iora ... .................. . M lair, t'a j ... 9 I Ian. . . ? Mr. V!l4ail a l| <>a ,?.ai kaikt ata ri tub if'i m???irr? in t? ?k.ii. in Boaro i. 7 1. a I- at on Irnni'raj* '.I tba J'.lh .Bat aaia TVa aa r. ? at m>?lla| U.a Maaaarb aat* a A*tt Mnaar ? IVxty '(( rrmiM! oa Tktu laj, ,i Hall Tf naaat far pi* 1>.? I raai anl .f tba hrtt/, Mr Jaz-biaa, tMt II I r|?lr IknaaiwM vara Bal4 4arlaf tba 4ap am: atinr of 7Vir?!? taf ;aa>rr4ar atwala* aaa* aim:** IW -a?ia K'WMlIf J > Ctaar, W.laaa T.U,?4 l.arrlai a. 'laaij f Wr'ftat Vn, Vatta Frawa f # Pa* tar, '?? *T|? M fitian ??<! B'aoiaU Pb.lJpa aa4 tba ra-oarka aar* ?a -taaJ fall of Ufa, fvi v ?a>l 'aral 'i.m a 'fab ta uatii^atf a?i?M aar*. Ilka faa 'baa *a; aim M vara ^iiuai IU> ??! Vt ann, ' f IBa fiaa a<*? ?ai'y. ??ria la >aa . a>.ara a 4 at m?a Fata 'aafr.t ? ??-. ? aa ? .a .ala-lar Mr Ha m na r aaa "?t?jara(1 Ui f?- !>???; I* P Paalaa *on'?<1 a aaif fct jr atari na!a to ata Maaaa>b?a??a fn.ra bar (a SI; '"?taartl'.a aab tba I waa Mr Fiitaaaa aaa la 'arof M a wa4 ra.,fi-^.. to tk? alaaa IMaapfar, k.ll a( hua aa ;(?? vt?ai4 a nil t?a? It la jaaatnaabla akatlai tki' I'tBaatu a<4M a'.i .a b naai/ to a? ? *1 ?, jr tba lag ai A 4*ar*n4 t aa tla ? a?a to pall tba *B aal 'iut ??4i<1 hia ?????&! a af ?I4. Pofaaal lat?IH|an?a. I llaa Cllak I )MI . ?' aau to Mm ? tartar* Wat ? iaa.a( t. KflttklfkA aa ?*"?? '? !kB i Uil 4*a(vaJ ?. Ai tla M- l-l . ua M. -ai ?-? " Bwa lai. <iaa?. r a H?a < ? J?? a- a t M *V ^'***7** *? u '.raa. ik.a^'.a * 1 V.ri'aa. ral?at..a?le W. iMMat *?.far? . 0 ? 4?Ut B?aWa . ? V* a> i I ? ???* ' " aa' Jaa * 'Mat, I B. i * ? 'air. M.laa?,/aaf?S Maa^a, t< t?a I faaaati Raaaa M^a WHHaa 'aaa < Iaaai?a4. ! I , l.tatoarail'aailt ta??, lalaa la^Ua Baa I irai I '*? t?aaa Ba^a la Maa i<ba t? Jlaa aa4 twa. a ? fit ITT ? '* laa , baa Iat4 hiaa r?la ' I t laflp** 4 1 la ? a NiaBi la Natal Ba*"i?aa Iliaaiaiaa W^aaaaa I I . art* ? 4 talra Li Hjj ia n.l(4il|Bl4 Um f II Baal Ira fa Br tllaa aal fl?,!f. Oariataa 4 I *4 F a ta??ra. Ja?.a < lillail 4IVaar B l? * wt raf I ?la4aif*?a Ta ? aa a a Mai Baat lBi " M IV - a. |aiaa a Jaiaa I'.-lar IVa<a IB f I va aaa?L Sao ik ? aa' 4 4 f'uiaf iiaaaf I M BaHaaa* l ' 4 Waar'aa, OBa- ? M M'ltoaa tafaa 4 l?-w4. aaaafc I ar Iiaa t A Ml4a ?aa|?| A B Baa a. Hi iraH ? M a aaa I'fcra4. rr ?Vaaa?ro< >a > art riaab -Baai Wi aaa B " J'l . aa rtjT tT7T7? a? ?br IbrlkWl*-* I (Watal

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