Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 17, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 17, 1855 Page 3
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\) DIGREASB AND REORGANIZATION OF THE ABIT Military Committee of the House of Representatives. examination of Major Grneral Winfield Scott, of the 1'nited States Army, on the Subject of its Reorganization.*. January 0, 1864. Qifiio:. uv Mr. Fai i.knkk, Chairman of the Com mittee ? What, id your opinion, thou l-l bo the strength of the army of the L'nred States at tUin time, in rlew of our extensive seaboard <.ud foreign fr uitier, our piesent aud proepective relations with the Indian tribes of the Wea I, and the protection due to our aerera.1 routes of emigration:' A.mswmi ? Tbe merea-e In the atrcngth of the army, as provided lor in tlie bill submitted bytheWurl>e paitmeut. uow under cor. d deration the committee, I deem highly ntceng&ry. Tbe bill proposes that there *hall b?- two additional r. ^tmeiits o infantry and two of cavalry. 'lUla is, I consider, tbe minimum force that in essential to be added to the army to protect the fron tiers again >t tbe hostilities of Indiani1, the preheat force ob the frontiers entirely inadei uate for that pur pose. In Texas, i be Indian hostilities bare been more de?trutfivo than at other points, pnu I pally on account ol tbe small fori-e stationod in thut country The troops aie con t?nt-y engaged in encounters with hostile In dians, aodth" io*> of men, when sueooraful, is always in the inverse ratio of our in'orior cumbers. Hence the proposed increase, amply in refe> ence to Indian fron tiers, s*<ms to be dictated by ions both of po licy and humanity, In order that adequate protection may be afforded to our border inhabitants without a use'ess sacrifice of our bravo detachments. 'lbe increase proposed, of two regi nents of infantry and two of cavalry, organized like the present forces, and characterized by the like zeal and activity, would, in my opinion, give reasonable protection to our frontiers ?ml overland , in migrant*. Qubhtion nv Mb. Faulkner? Is tho proposed increase essential to the present exigencies of the country, with out any reference to the probabilities of a foreign war* Akhwkh ? This addition has no reference to war with any foreign power If auch event were anticipated, It ia presumed eiiat ten or fiiteen times as many rgiuieuts would be called for. Qdk&tiom bt Mr. Faii.knkr ? How many companies are there at present en the leacoast of the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico? Anijwkk ? But twelve ? two of which are at Boston; none eaat of Boston; two at New York; none between Boston and New York; two at Old Point Comfort : two at Charleston; none ou the Savannah; one at Pensocola; one at Key West; end none at New Orleans. Quxstio.n hy Mh. Faclkxkr? By the bill now before me the artillery ban been reduced two regiments. Is it the idea, by this reduction, to confine that corps to duties on the seaboard:' Answkh? The feeretary ef War, after a full confer eace, has allowed me humbly to suggest to the commit tee ^and neither presumes on more than a suggestion) that that part ot the original bill contemplating a reduc tion in the present artillery be atruck out, or that thd art'llery be left as it Is. I would kere remark that it is not intended to withdraw any of the force* from the frontier* until the latter shall be tranqullled. The ori ginal bill recommended by the Secretary provided for lomr Additional regiments of infantry. This number, it i* suggest* i may be reduced to two if th* artillery re main as at present Qi'BinoN by Mil. Faulk in?? ' What number of private* and non commissioned o dicers should constitute a corn s' pany in a regiment f Akswkk ? The Secretary of War and myself are agreed in suggesting the advantages of a sliding scale, placing it at the discretion of the President to increase and dimi nish the number of private* in a company to any num ber betweea sixty-four and on* hundred, according to the varying exigencies of the servioe. in the cavalrv, no more than sixty-four private* to ? company, Bt for duty and actually present, are ne ee**ary ; and it i* sot to be pretumed that the President would authorise th* Increase of a company of cavalry more beyond th* minimum than to provide for unavoidable cases of absent*. This sliding scale might vary the nnmber of th* rank and tile a little more than i.S per cent. One difficulty which this suggestion would ohvUte is this: ? We can never bring tbe numbers per company, (and consei) i.ently not these of th* army) up to the full extent. If, for iustamce, the legal complement be ten thousand men, we can never have on the muster and pay rolls more" than eight thou- and live hundred. If the legal establishment be limited to twelve thousand men, ten thousand would probably be our nearest *p proach, and so on. Under the law, we never eaa recruit up to the maxi mum, from the fesr that we iray exceed it. On any given day the government must always b* mouths be hind in its knowledge of the deaths and desertions which have occurred at all th* distant posts, and with detuchments of recruit* In route to join these posts. As we cannot assume an average , number ol casualties in advance, for they vary exceed ingly, we are obliged to fall considerably below In order not to exceed the law by a (ingle man H*nce, under ' the propoaed augmentation and the discretion given to ? the I'lesioent the establishment might be a* t down at ! ltf.OCO pr.vates; yet. for the reasons mentioned, we Should never have nn the pay toll* at th* same titu* mure I than 15,500, anl present, fit for duty, 14,400. A sliding s <:a!e, train 64 to 100 privates in a company, qualified to a (ply only to companies on remote frontiers, has ex sted since the liegining of General Taylor'* a 1 mmi'tratlon W*, army uii.m sr? fully persuaded that a similar provision, applicable to all companies, is ?quady needed. and 1 cannot foresee any danger of abuse lioni the graot of the power. Ut'fertoh ii r Mr Faulkkm ? Does tbe increase of regi me utc, aa |.:op??ed, make any improper increase ia the number of olhcers'' Annwhr? Tlie bill take* twenty-eigut captains from the Quartermaster's department, eigbt from the Ad jutant Ceneial'* department, and eight from the Subsistence department ; it red sees all tin captains and lieutenant s in the ordnance and topographical corps, I which makes it necessary to transfer these officers to other regiment*, which wonld make no increase of the \ prrumnel, but would merely change designations. Qtofno.v bt Mil. Fadumbr ? Wnat policy dictate* the taking of these officers you hare mentioned from the cur pa at.iteu V Amdwkk ? la the army lint, ucd?r the head of Quarter maater'a Dapirtment, twenty-elf lit captain*, and unler the h?ad of Adujutant General'* department, eight cap tain*, and in the HuheUtanee Department eight other captaiaa aie permanently designated a< aaaiataut*. Many of tlieae officer* are peculiarly adapted for the du tie* appertaining to their poiitioon reap-'ctlvely ; but a few not. Thoae unfitted for their present piiaitiona mar be admirably adapt*! to other dutiea, "hiUt other oH ?era belonging to regiment* may lie jnat the pen-on*, in poibt of peculiar adaptation, to till stall position*. Tlie bill, therefore, by deatreying the permanency of aueh designation*, give* a choice amongat the whole army for selection* and interchange* according to the deve lonement of peculiar talent* and accomplishments. Thee* change* of offlc?r* meet generally with the ap probation of tbe R'niy. There are many topographical engineer* who would, under the bill, be tranaferrwl to the corpa of engineer*, and the**, it i* preiumed, would he aontent: whilst there are captain* and lieutenant* of Ofdnaaee a* we' 1 a* of topographical engineer*, who Would dial * .s eery much a Iranafer to tue art llery or in fantry, Some would abhor it. I do not, however, par ticularly blame them for accidental preference*; hut no rrtnrra can lie elWted without oilending intereat* a* well a i prejudice*. 1 <1* not admit that a tranafer, In any ca*e, ctuld !>?? called a sacrifice. Hie typographical engineer* waa at drat an anomolv. There ought to he but the cnrpa of engineer*. rh* canae for creating the topographical c irp* waa, we wanto.1 additional officer* for *ui rey*. for river and harbor improvement*, Ac , I on wlilch ttey have been employed with great 1 benefit to tbe" country. Tha engineer* proper were then all employed in the conatractioa of permanent for tiGcation* Now, tha engineer* proper, Ilka tha topo- I graphical engineer*, are alike employed on th**e civil work*. There !*, then, -co n<c**?ity for two corp*. I do not think th?re any particular hardship in tram- I teiring captaira and lieutenant* from one branch of the verrue into another, according Vi adaptation. All corpa In tbe atmr are alike reipeetafcie. Junior* of the ar til- ; lery may, uoiong them-i lvee, imig>n? that tha artillery i* moif respectable than the inuatry, for example or the ordnance officer*, that thfy are better than their 1 br? ther? o' the artillery, Ac b it -<-niora alwav* par*u tally rebuke all di*parazem;al* of corpa and arm- of j eervice. Hence we aay all ar ? fcl-ke n -eful, reenec'able, and honorable and that there in no t lolation of hoaor or right n tranafer* called for by the good of the eerviee. home atatl officer* m.'f he a:r?n. they may b* sent to distant ar 1 di*agieeal?e poata; hetct tL.ey lialike the con templated re?rg*i ration. The power ?hoiM nevertheless ?llllt, to *end any officer anynfiere required by the goo. I af the *ervic<\ We ahonld" ban tbe pow< r of selecting the men who are beat qualified for particular dutiea, from 1 the whole army. All p?>wer, ao doubt, I* Uable to abu-e; and thi* power" aa Uttle a* any. Th* ground* ire amall for appreliecding miachief. The army, generally, will be glad of the change, and hope it any be made. qt motion bt Ml. F ai'UIvkr.? Wt/ do you propote to confine the detail* for crdMUMe ofllcer* to the artillery? A**wct ? At Welt Point the graduate* who have the higheat distinction are gaa> rally pla-ed in the engineer*, the next in tiie oriuancs. the aeit >n the topographical engineer*, ami tha aext In the art llery. None but high graduate* are placed in the lat'.er The ordnance ia a aeientiBc rorpf and *o U the artillery. *0 that by eon Awing detail* to artillery yoa are ?ure to get a <ool ord nance officer, let it no . be underatcod, howarer, that all high graduate* of tha academy prefer the corpa In the oner ment.onrd. 8om? of tue flarat intellect* of that arhool are now In tbe lai'-iatry ? placed in It b<-eeu*e they did not eie<l In partienlar bran :1km of etudy? MMM mechanical pbi!o<ophy, *e. One of my aid -de -cam pa. an infantry officer, waa one of the b?at acholar* ol hie day but hi* /?)'<? wa* aot tli* exact ?ciencr* yriWTio* ar Mh F.inim ? Wliat I* your opinion of the increave of brigadier* general, profiled for by the Mil t A**wa?- 1 t'.lnk they ar* needed. Tbe coaaideratioa* which have a iggeate i aa iaerea** are the** ? W* bar* five ge<vra pb leal military department* for Ibe coave nieaee of maimand. inipection*. Ac The eoantry oa the Pacific, including Utah. I* oae; New Mexico the aecond, Texa* i* tha thirl the count'y not embraced la th'?*e department*, aad weet of tbe Mieiiaaippi. 1* the fouith. and all oa thia aida of tha Miaaia*ippi i* tha fifth. The idea ia to bae* a Brigadier O'neral for each of tbna* geographical depart ateata- on* far the (Juartormailer * department, (which woula, no doubt, be a* at prawn1 ,) to make tha Adjutant General a Brigadier General, bi* rank at preaaat being that of Coloael. It ia twry pruper that be eboatd be a Brigadier General . Tbe otber two the Wit Bepartment wiibe* to make ta*p?ctor? General - aot having aev direct command of troop*, but to make th* toar of ait tb* military ao?t* onct a year, which would be aa much a* they could io They would ob**rre '*fvt*. wanu.A-., *ud repwt promplly upon tbe*n Th* bill j.mvide* i-i a 1 'Itioa 'o th* forvgniag, for * mut'oI 0( '!-<!?*ir*. Vheee biiiaOlex are highly ne ?a*?.vry t* iWegooJofUc aarrlae. ft' will ha Mltar ?? ecuted with the iMiMM. Two full regiment* hare al ways constituted a brlgad* in the regular (arris*. With tha propoeed Inorea aa, the army would consut of aina brigade* and a hall, beeides the engineers. Taking into consideration tha propoeed distribution of the brigadier*, and supooalng each to be constantly in health, tha num ber wo im be rather below the want* of the service QcumoN Mr Mr. Ktnut.vni.? What la jrour opinion aa to the number of Aisistant Adjutant* General, aa con taioed in th* original bill submitted b y the departments Ankwir ? I aatlefied the Secretary of War that eight Asaietant Adjutant* General were actually neeea* ?ry for the exigencies of the service, and he authorised me to suggest to the committee the aubititutl*n of eight in stead of the aeren in the original bill. Mk Fal'lrkmi. ? General Scott. Htate to the committee other changea which occur to yon a* proper in the (iKNKKAL S^orr ? The duty of anpplyfng clothing to the 1 troops baa (or tome twelve rear* been con 8 led to the < Quartermaster'a Department of the staff; it wa* formerly i in the band* of a Commissary General of Purchase* It it proposed to transfer it to the commisaariat, (aubaistence department,) to relieve the Quartermaater General, wboae department ia overburdened with that superadded duty: wbereaa the Commiaaar at of Bub'iatence, wl'li a little aid from the'iae, would be fully competent to exe cute the extra duty. Tbere ia a augmented change in the bill aa originally Hubmitted, that the word* 'Tn case* not provided for in the 08th article of war" be inaerted in tha 10th section, after tlie worda, '-the following rule* ahall regulate the con tuacd and rani. officer." [Here follows 98th article of war.] Thia article was adopted in 1775? before the Decla i ratiou of Independence ? and Is a necessary part of the code regulating rank. I alio suggested in ail I dition to the end of ihe rule of rink prescribe t in the bill to prevent a junior officer, by v.rtue >t hi? brevet beiug placed, by a.i?igbuicat of the Preaideji, aiiove hia senior by breret Nature does not mor.i abhor a vacuum, than armor officers abhor being plated under tbe ronimam) of a junior. (Juiwio* ur Mr. Kai'lknkr ? Htate your opinion of the importance of tuevet appointment* In the army. AM-WhR? 1 have alway* been looked upon in the army an a stickler for breret rank. I am not a breret oilicer at thia time; I hare been. 1 am persuacud that It given to government tbe nu-ana of stimulating ita officers t > the highest deeds of valor and other distinguished con duct. In u republican gov* rnment there can be but few re wards for great service*. Of these, the system of bre vet* may be regarded ai the principal. It 1* wonderful how the hope of winning a breret stir* the soul* c f young officers, and, Indeed, of officers not so young. On the field, when about to engnge-the enemy, It is common to hear officeis, in the act of drawing sword#, exclaim: " Here goes for a breret to day. " . Under judicious legislation, such *? this bill propose*, the rule'ioverning brevet rank Is so simplified that heart burnings could scarcely ever be created by bestowing that reward oa officers specially distinguishing them *elve*. In commenting upon a section of the bill relative to service ration*, General Scott said ? I bad cotbing to do with the provision in the bill rela tive to service rstions. The Secretary of War Inserted that without consultation with me. In 1839, by the permission of the Secretary, I prepared an ameadment tor the consideration of the Military Committee of the House, providing for an additional ration for every fire year*' service as a service ration, which amendment I liatded to a member of that committee, who Informed metliat the cimmittee had agreed to report it, but that the chairman would probably (in the House) speak against and kill it. You, sir, (addressing Colonel Benton,) were the occu pant then of a poeit ion which, I believe, vou held for twenty years ? that of Chairman of the Military Com mlttee of the Senate? and my amendment met with ' your approral. When the friend In tbe Houae Cemmittee found that his Chairman (a great economist) would oppose tbe amendment in the House, he induced the Committee to send (or me to meet them, and to overcome tbe ob jection of the Chairman. In dlscusslog the proposition with him, he very gruffiv demanded of me, "Have you not pay enough!1'' 1 replied, "Vea; strike the general officer* out;" aid it wa* done. Thus it U that all of ficer* have since received the aerrice ration except gene ral officer*. The re*. -on of the Secretary of War for placing in this bill Geuetsls on the same footiug with other officer* in leepect to service rations, Is thia; if the bill should pass, general officer* will be a* liable as others to be placed on tbe retired list, and without service rations. A Major General would receive, in the whole, lesa money than a Colonel on the same lint. Mr. Fai lk.vkr called the attention of General Bcott to that provision of the bill which related to the suspension of an officer's ration.' when absent from hi* post over a , certain time, and requested hia opinion upon it. Rkuarkh ok Gk.sauai. 8oott in Rm.Y? It is difficult sometime* to get officers back to their regiment a aa promptly as is wished. Indeed, this difficulty, some jeara since, necessitated an ordtr similar to the provision in the bill, trom which the idea ia borrowed. The bill gives an officer ample time, according to distance, to re turn to bis duties If bis leave exceeds that time, it feema reasonable that hi* rations (not pay) should lis stopped. Qr k tion bt Mr. Faulkkto? State your opinion a* to the expediency of a retired list fcr the army. A.vhwkk ? I think highly of it. We have some forty - o< d < ffice<s remit red, by disease/, wounds, orpremitare old age. unfit for ac'lve duty. There are some who are freni five to seventeen yeorH my senior*; ?om? of high rank, three a? low as captain, and perhaps two aa low as lieutenant. They are, nearly all, officer* who have seiveil moat honorably, and continue to be gentle m< a of high moral worth, out they impede promotion* *nd the activity and efficiency o( the service, llieir re. tiren ent would greatly improve the army. | No injustice can tie done any one, as there are two checks in the way. Iu tbe tlrat place the board for the ex amination of cases tor retirement is a check ; and in the next tbe Senate, wbicb has tbe continuation of the sue- | cessors to tbe retired officer*. We have, then, a double VS. aecurtty agein?t injuitice. I cooit'er tbe additional section, limiting the time for placing officer* oil the retired lint to one year, a* very p-uper. 'I be nece*aitv lor a renewal of the power to re" tire oBictri would harilly ari*e m< re tuan once in every fit teen jeara. Indeed, it would take fifteen or twenty lfar- to ai cumulate a eufficient number of inflim olli cer* lo make it neceiairy to invoke Congreaa to renew tbe power of retiring tbeni. Qi Mrrioa ? State more in detail the viewi which caused you to dilfer from the Secretary of War *i to the expediency of reducing the regiment* of artillery. Ajo-wxk ? lo the conversation which I had with the Seeietaiy. I regretted tlie proponed redaction of two regiment* of artillery. We conversed freely on the aub- \ ject, and differed; hut finally we ao lar approximated that he paiJ me the compliment to aay that he had more confidence in my opinion, with reference to artillery, than be bad in hi* own. lo tbia connexion let ue aay tuat the f-ecretiry.wai bred in tbe infantry and ca fllry, and was Indeed an excellent officer in both. I wan bred an aitilleriat, and on that account, I luppoae, be deferred tony judgment on thi* point. Our country ha* now nearly finished an excellent ay? tetn of defence on the Atlantic and (Julf seaboard by fortifl ration*, cm which a gteat amount of money hat been expended, which all military tnen hare become more persuaded aro neceaaary. Kach of these fortification* require* amall gatrlaona, in time of p?ace, to keep them in order and save them from dilapidation. Tlie ai tillery aliculd garrison the'e fortifl' atioa*. but we have been obliged to withdraw and aend the urti lery into the In dian countries. 1 he artillery baa made, in the field, excellent infant'y and light inlantrv. Willing, then, an they hare ever been, to do any duty, in peace and in war, which ha* been asilgneA them, why abould they be deprived of the name in which they have gained distinction' The cadoti who excelled in artillery duty at We-t Point are made ofB< ere lo the artillery, and are adapted to that duty, and al*o make excellent infantry. Sev?n- 1 eighth* oi "them are now engaged aa infantry. In Mexico I often had occasion to witneaa their excellent conduct with both arme. Ita member! havt never said, when ropired to face Mexlcain* or Indiana, "We cannot light with muakets? we are artilleriata." Tbe chance of returning to their position a* artilleriata in our permanent forta *o long a* their nam* lemain* unclaimed, rhe^is then wiiererer they are? In the aeampa of Florida or wiida of Texa*. Mr M. How*, a irerabrr of the committee, called the attention of General Scott to that elauae of tie bill red using the officer* of tbe ordnance eorpe, and 1 a-Ked if It would not be doing injuetic* to theee officer', who would by virtue of a special act of longrau, be entitled to a captaincy after fourteen year*' continuous tei vice to that corps and who. If thi* bill pinaed, by being transferred t- other regiment*, would loee thifr right to promotion under that aet, and by that mean* he placed ? we waya behindhand m tbe line of promo tion f Sen. Srorr laid' That promotion in the sraiv wa* effect ed, more or leea by the station* <ef the different regimen1* or corps that promotion w?* of course <jhi. ker in regi menta which were potted at remote. exposed. and un comfortable station*. where the mortality waa greater. Aa an example in point, offioer* in the tltb infantry who graduated three or four yeari alt<r officer* to tbe 4tb in fantry , are bow ahead of the latter in thelin? of promo tlon for tbe reason that the 4th infantry had generally bad pleaeant atatione, whliat tbe fltb were for the ?*me t uie in diatant ani uncomfortable poets, resulting In more death* and re* gnatioo*. The one made up in plcaeaiitnei* of aetvioe. what the other gained hy pro motion in aervieeof roughneaa and hardship. It ia true that, on account of atagnant promotion la the stall corpe, longres* recently p?i*e.i aa act giving captainciea to lieutenanta therein for fourteen vers' ?? rvice. There wai the error, and not tn thia bill, ren dering :ome of tbe stall officer* liable to he traulferred. That provision should have been general If there wai a necessity foi it, ita provision!, in feirnei*, sbouM have leen extended t? tbe regimente. Tbe officer* of ataff iorp* have very generally been engaged on the n xl pleaeant dutie*. with higher pay and emolument! while the captain* aod lieutenant* of regiaMnt* have generally keen at remote, uncomfortable ana unhealthy station*, tbui gaining, by mortality and resignation!, a quicker ? pronation. Reverse the position* of the*e officer*, an 1 no doubt I the captain* and Iteatenanta of tbe stall oerpe would have performed every duly of tbe l.ue as cheerfully, I gallantlv and efficiently a* their brother* I know Ihetu | well Tliey alto ere capable of braving everr hardship ; acd every danger hut those hardahip* a ad those tan ger* have, ia fact, and from the circumstance been ae , tually aod more generally met and overcome hy the ceptaini end lieu'.eointi of tbemarcblog regiment*. ( ommon Plena. Before Boa. Judge ftaly 1 onxmiTA i. or a lawyer ar a ruvrsicr tw?r JVQQM. In 1# ? fflWl (bryvi. ? Aa application wa* made by Mr. f. Byrne for a writ of habeas corpus to briag ap Mr. C. Raiabtlsiga Saith, aa att eraay and counsellor of tble Coart, who he< been committed hy Judge <>*ea, ?f the rir*t Diatnct 'eurt f<w e >me alleged contempt arising out of a ca?e before that Juat.ce, eat ia wuieh Mr. C B hilt'i waa eo-atfl. fHly greats*! thi writ, aat imn-edfetaiy discharged Mi. Haitth from cm ? <1 y, oa the groaatl that JusUe-t etiuru wot be .sg > #?!??* i o( tCvoei ??t? aot to guvu. t tos fmuM of Um IuIcI]mU RemattMb Tin (TREETS AOAIN ? THE If A TO* VKKW8 TSS LIQUOR DBALBB8? TBI MI.OIAN rMVTKBB? LOT TIB FROB MB. MALI, THK CONSUL? TBI COM PLAINT BOOK. It appeara that tha present INtby condition af many of the street* i? owing to the fact that the contract* of torn* of the streat contractor* have been withdrawn in consequence of their failure to fulfil them. This dilfi citty. we are a.nnreo, will very noon be obviated, and New York will be a* clean aa it ia possiblt to make it. The atreet sweeping machines have arrived Irom Phila delphia, and in the course ol a few days will be put in operation. Should the experiment prove successful, they will be of ineatimable value to the city. l<et us have the street sweeper* at the earliest possible moment; they are wanted even now. THK LIQUOR DKALKBd AND TllK SUNIIAT LIQUOR LAW. Warrants have been issued for the arrest of a nuiubtr | of liquor dealeis who were reported lor selling ou Sunday last, ani It is the inteut'.ou of the Mayor tu appear before ' the Giand Jury, at the Court of Sessions, in j ersun, with the affidavits, anil have the offender-1 indicted and tried. The smount of bail has been Axed at $1,000 in each rs-e Ibis course will bo taken with all ptrson* re portei hereafter, licenses will not only bn revo'.ed but thoia arrested will be prosecuted to the full ettent of t he law. Tl.e Ma or ia determined, st al! baiirdi, to put an , eH1Ttu.1l stop to the nale of iutoticat ing drinks on Sun d.iy. and errry eilort will bs ms.le by bin to accomplish this desirable reform Among otiiers, warrants hare bee* istu<xl for the ar rest a'? 1 bonis* Kit/^j. laid. . . . 1 1 Cherry street. Wm Hove IJ8 Cherry street. A Runge 271 avenue A John I'uUbcn Sixty ninth st. und Broadway. Several liquor dealers in the Fourth ward, doing busi ness in Councilman Cusack a district, bsve refuse- 1 to , discontinue the sale of ardent spirits. Last week, how ever, the Councilman bad an interview with Mayor Wood, and an undnrstan hog was arrived at, that they would co operate NfMHr to revoke theliceuvi of those i otlen ling sgainst the law. Tlie Mayor has sent for Coun , cilmau Cusack. in order to carry into etfect the resolu tion; but an yet the Councilman hsi not appeared; nnl 1 this accoi nts for the fact tbat many license* ia tbtt ? Seventh Council district hare net betn t evoked. LET I Kit FROM MB. MALI, THK BKl.OIAM COKSUL. COKM'l l>* BK.LOIQOK, ) Nkw VoRK, Feb. lft. 1865. / To tiik Hon. Fkhnando Wood, Mayor of tUe cltjr of Stw Bus? fhare had the honor to recoive your communica tion relating to the twelve Belgian emigrant! by the Kncbamheau ; and you will roadily understand how much I was rained to learn that, owing to new Information which ban just reached you, you have obtained tl.o con Tiction that aaid paupers are of a dangerou. cnaracter, that in eooee.iuence ther.of, the arrangement entered into on Frldav la.t between yoa and m?, with the oo_ ; operation cf'tlie Couimiseionere ot Emigration, biaed on tha impreaalon of all of u?, that these people ware Dimly indigent. and not criminal., cannot now be car. tlad into effect. but that you now feel Induoed to roque.t . me to cause said prlaonera to be returned to Antwerp at | the expenee of the Belgian government. Without wialilng to dispute the correctness of the in formation under which you at present feel bound to act, I ben to aav that I, on ray part, remain without niwa of anv\ind respecting the character of these individual., j and for thli reaoa already, you will, I trust, exou.e me for not entering, aa jou sugge.t, into an examination or the merit" of Ihe case in it* new aspect. I would further mention that my conaular attributes, ?podded and limited as they are, do not autho'l/.* me to enter Into a specific arrangement in behalf of the Belgian government uo'ler prekent circ.imstaucfs. For it is out juatice to my own conrictiona to add that I do not be- i lieve the government I hare the honor to represent would knowingly connive at the transportation of dan geroua per. on, to thla country. I hare therefore, at once transmitted a ropy of your letter to the Belgian Charg, d'AITilrea at Washington, and aollcited his in atructiona in the matter Before closing this, permit me, ?lr, to giro you my . most earnest nssurance.. that neither in my ofl'cl*' c?' patity, ncr aa a citizen. aliaU I ever, by word or deed, do aught to counteract vour noble effort* to free thla great city of the elameota of crira- and destitution Tin. task you liave undertaken with un launte l courage, an t all gocd mm In the land will liles- you for it. I remain, air, with tha h ghest respect, Your most obft?l'*nl wifant, HKNRVW. T. MA1.I. Consul of Belgium. | mayor's COMl'LAINT book. That the ashea opposite 10.'. Uatard atreet, oO Fourth ?venue 99 Bowery, aid .101 Mulberry street have t,?t been removal. What ia tbeCommi-sioocr ofHtreet* and l.ampa about? Ha* lie lelt the el'y? , ? N... ua Chatham street, known as the Mariners u de/vous, la m a filthy condition. 1t>? complaint w.i< referred to the City Inspector ? Hint there ia no flawing .a front of TO MM Twelfth Street, and tint the sidewalk ia almost impasax ble being de^p in mud Uii h,,? li st the str?*t an t sidewalk ojposlto 00 Mu Verry .treat is constant y obstructed with any number Of Ot caitK an ! wugous. r.n. ? ring the nlreet ?' "'"s ti mpa^ ? ble lti I'uen to the Commits loner ol Htrwets and Ltmps who ,t is hoped, will attend to .t at once. Th.t a large uun.ber of ugly rowdies are i i the hatn { of congesting n front of .'to:. Mulberry atroot, dlsterb ing the ft bo'a nughboihoo) very much by pla.-mg b.l flght ng vell'ng, and Insulting peaplo a. <l?ey pass That ? larg* co?! box orcuplM ??it? ?it Vamlewater and Pearl afreets on w .irh nit paity of loafer* to ifctult p??ple aa they>a?? along, an ^Ihe aam/ mImhmmT; ia'periuitled to exist at th. of Kiankfort and Vanlewater aireatn . ^ . Hose tomp.uv X<?. 20 complains that the barber s tM.le in Ann ?tr<et, between Nasiau and J. roadway, i* ? r'at nnUaace, being -tuck in th. walk, -n.e du.tanr, .aside of the gutter, and ma? ?rial,7 terr upta the com pany from getting into Broalway when there U a #re Kdwiu We?t, of 103 fourth avenua, coniplama of the Intoleiablc nuisance of bora hawking newspapera tSrough the Mreeta on the Sabbath, di.turblog the quiet ol th ' VbaYa Vemaiirtmpostor d'? round the city eollertlag nun. v under p.-etence tha' it ia for ehanUbl" purpes-a, when' in reality it ia for her own use. Board of fonnrU*?. f,i 17.- The President ia tha chair. The mmut?a of the last meeting were read and approved. ?KMjars or coa^irraiM. Ttie following rejMjrta of committees were real a thu I time and adopt?<l ? Ot tommitUe on A-aeasmenta? In favor of conftriaiog auDortionment of aisesMiient for opening bleventh ave one, fr.,.n lOTth to 144tb .treet in ?avor of ???'? aspes. ii ent lor Bagging tha north a.-te of Thirty th.rt atreet f'om F^lhth to Ninth avenue In favor o con I, lining apportionment of as ae .. m< n t f o r r r o?.w alk. in Third and fourth arenuta, from UMh to ir nh _-tr in favor of c-nflrmlog aa-oaaraent for buU .ing a aower ^in Sullivan .tieet fiom PilncO to Houiton ?tr?H?t, In favo of ronflruiiog as*a?m?nt lor curb aud gutUr and flag ?>iiig Forty e'ghth atreet, 'from ."ixth avenue to Broa>l M, Committee oo Finance-In favor of rai #..tti>?* tax against against S'an.jel R 1 ullen. tl, and (? t Williams in favor of coecurnng to rema t x asamst L Vim Zandt, Jamo. Baina. M McNajaara W V.. Hemming and Martin Bates (it a ,, e Department ? In fa ror of pr nting, *c., tha fire I* . aa compiled ia favor of providing a ,'*?P?"|rJr l'"" at Yorkville lor book and ladder No 10, and other ap Dl rates in la?or of bu.Wiing a new n?s? ? carriers . r P' * "ompany No. 19 in favor of p'anog the -m?ll Wl now on /effer- on Market upon the new station home being built in the Math ward, in fav.,r of APPWPraUn* >?00 tc del i ay tl e luneral expetr <*s ,f .Tarn- a /?*"/ ?' late of bote company No 7; in favor ot prov.din, a lo cation for hook aud Udder cvowprn* mitteeon PoHeO? In fa* of of Inervaflof the ,"*y of ta p, .son who clean, the foorth judical oourt ro..n, to $ I p< r rronth. Of O m.nlttee on StreeU ,o fav^x o. pairing eroaswalk on the east ri le of avenue ty 8Mb srre. t , In favor of laying rro-swaU In Btven t?oth if reel, near First avtoue in favo, of rem . '.og pump ai>d covering well corner Uiian. tnd J?? .^Tiw, in favor of lemoviaf rock, an.i ito*' ti<mt ?*?????* ? nd streets of Twenty firat w.rd: l? hsvofof numb*, ng ?^Tth atreet. U? . He^ud and , Thi i.l in favor of removing p ...ip and coverlog e.? in ,?g nr. r Varieh .tnet Of U>mm,tUa <m n0anc^-U la*or of concurring to retlnre tax agaiaa- Mr . ? Yonng, J. I> fb l'?l?. end t oonlogham , In fa vor of concurring to remit tax J** *7 T j tin Iiiick I lushHo, *o?l A. ?l (i?Con.mltt*? on A<eesssmenta? In favor . on li Tin in it lia for p? ting Thirty lantb at r #, Utw..V?Tth avenue an 1 firoadway in favor of . on Honing asseasm -ntfor aewer in Bank street, from V a tory atreet U. Unison river; In favor ol M se??iii. nt for s*?-r in Mott atr^t, from <. rand to Uoaa. ton street, in larorof eooftnniog aeee?,n-a' for ?' 'U.IJ I lug a sewst in Macdougal aUeet, bstw?e0 ?*pr.n< au I Houston ?treeta in favo. of con Arming a<se -.ment Uat f?, sewer in Foriy ftflli str^t, fcet.een Math and MM ' avenue* lo favor of regulating, kc , lorty Hftb t,.t?e.n Fifth avenue and broadway in tavor of fl.ming aa?e- ?n.?nt llat for .ewer in Heventh aeenu-^ I ? iwc'i Twenty fllth id?1 Twrntj atith liwt*. )nJ ? ^ eooVrmin, ie^meat U.t for aoww lo !'-? street between Kivmgton at.1 Bel. ncey .treats ^.afa verof eonflrmlDga.M?..u?nll .t[or .ewer in Market alreet t?t? . e0 Fast rieer ami Division "troet In favor of r?u AriTing a-icment >Ut for .ewer ia Varick .tre.t froj. to n. ar .tre.? in fator of ^ aes.n.s nt list for regulating, *e., Hilty nln**. Povta tleth md feveatyfirat itreeta, between ?" Hat tb .eeniie. 'Of < .inmlttea ..a ' leaalng i?r' of paying A R. Hu?boy for aorelceo as Ih sector of Twenty first ward Of Committee on Ft naroe? la favor m paving Wll o< Benjamin I> Ws . U repa r ag clock to favor of refund. ng ten per <ent .ar'bT.e i none r. ot vr perty bought. tn.atheW.nd. If ibe OaUai I aik by Jacob Vaoderpool. 'r M I oamittee on l^lioancea-Hubmittiog an otdiaance tor the n,ore eflectual ealor. log the exdae law. X tommi'tee Dopart^nt? a favor of don.t.r.g t?? hundied and 8ftv dollar. W Joha R Cuytoo, for .ajor.e .ere ved while in toe dlorharge of hi. d?t ?a a? a flr? man n favor of organ. uag Ab.jah I'arker ao l U.. aaa Tltea a. an engine < OMUy la pU- e of englao fompaa/ NoiV.".voTof bu.iT-f . ? .or- '?* " ' II, ga nf ? .^i?aitte? on lamp* aadOaa? la fa'Ov of p{a? ng'gas la mpe before R Alfhoaeo 0 ebnrrb aa> lirrt^lMbJ^nan chur.ll Of 0?Mllt?o OO > jppli.e ? in f?'?f Oonflr?ing ? *"tr^f^^2o a hnM carl for ho* r.mipaay No. ?. W Oamittee on Road.? !? lavor ol fravotliag lif7th etreot, betwe?a the Foorth an4 foren'h a eeouea, OfC*'??it'ew oo A. ot r limine ap^t.??eot >* SCSMI-'O' ia the matter of grad.og he?oo4 araoue. from f ftv 'hi -4 to alx'a .two*. '? '*?*r ofeooi." StfS oewai.e fre> V "y ?.U M U tw faTO' of it apr?-<l^?e?t ?> to 12:d ilraet. Of CommittM an tSalariw anl I Offices ? In favor of paying F/lWird iloppin ou? hundred ami forly-fcur dollar* for aarvu-ea aa ftraet ln<pa?tof Sixteenth ward. Of Committee on A aae lament*, in favor ?f confirming aundry a*?ea*raent liau. Of Committee oa Folic* ? In lavor of ptying Lira. Kiiubark, Cailett and Boaenmiller for medical nervine* at varioua atatlon honeae; in favor of pining claim of Eliai Nirhola, M l)., prafeaaional karvice* during Ui* prevalence of ihechwlera in 1849. Ktaelution la raror of having memb*r? of tli# Common C'ouncl furnished witU * copy of the niapa at tha wharraa and piera of the North and Kait rivers. Report of Committee ou Ptaanca? In favor of refunding Andrew llano the amount ->t expeuia* paid under a void ai>*e*?mfut aale; in favor of remunerating; John I amp for damage* auetained be an overflow of water at the corner ol K.ltv fourth Ktrret aud Third aveutia; in favor of pay ui; the < omaiaaionere of Grade, balance bill of expenae*. Communication from the Aaaaaaor* ol the btreet llepm tiui'ut, submitting sundry m?e?ament< for eonfirmat'on Ke|>ort ? Of Committee on Kire Depart ment, in fnvor of providing for Hook and l?dder No. U. lu favor of buildup a new carriage for Ho?e Company No. 110. Of Committee on Valerie* ami Ollices, in favor of iucrtakinx the 'alary of the Aa*l?tant Clrrk in the Coiriuiasio ler of Kepaira and Supplies' office. Of Cun nrttee on Street*, in favor of Haifltinrf Thirtieth at reel between 'Until imd I e \iugton aven ues. Of Committal! on Fire I<epartment, In favor of buitiling a new engine for Engine Company No. ;ifl Of Committee ou Htteot*. in favor of Magging, Ac , Suffolk street, front No. 164 to 178} in favor of flagging, Ac . in Ooerck and Broom* afreets; in favor of Hanging Kant Twenty tliird utraet, in front of No*. 61, 63 and 56; In fitvarof flaifgin:?, Sr<\, Downing utreet. from No. Ui to Variok street. Of Com metier on Whaive*, l'iera and S'iM, in favoi of repamu* pier No. .'14, North river. After Haporing of M>me other routine matter*, the Board atl.oumoi to Monday neat. Mntlnr Court. Befere Hon. Judge McCatthy. OKPKit roa as attaciiii> ?t it-i'iu against an KDITOIt I'OR OONThMPT. Fun. 18 ?At the kitting of the court this morning, Judge McCarthy said tUst bis attention had been called to an article in the Nca York /Ms'y Timet of ysiterday reflect ng upoa the court ami the administration of jus tice thereou, Ibe Judge taid that, while he never no ticed any new><pa| er attack upon hliusi-lf personally, in thU cane he considered it due to the position he occupied to notice it. Tlie psragraph referred to wan wholly without foundation. The altegid occurrence never hap pened. The motive of the attack he cuuld nut conceive, particularly appearing in a papt i of the statoing of the Timti . The diiitiagi.uhed ou now occupied by the editor of that pa|>er had been alluded to by the person* who cuiltd hie (the Judge'*; attention to tbe matter; but that i* no excuse. I cure not what position he occu pies. The court* of justice muat he respected. Tho Court, thereupon, direetelthe clerk toseive the proper notice* ou tbe tditors and proprietor* of the Daily Timrt, to appear ami show cauxe on Saturday morning, at 11 o'clock, why ther *hould not t?e puni*be<l for a contempt, under tk? previsions of the Revised Sta tute#. (We underatand that thia olfeuce, which amount* to a Misdemeanor, ia punishable by Hoe of ?USD or 30 daya imprisonment, or th? oiTending party can lie aeut to Blackwell'a [aland, In the diacretion of the Court, a* tbe Marine Court possesses the ua? juriaillction anl power M the Supreme Court. In caaes of contempt the of fence may prove a m-rious matter, uuleaa the partie , ptirgo tliemaelvea of the contempt. The paragraph alluded to i* moat unjust. Judge McCarthy luti been indefatigable In bia attention to his judlslal dut es at all tltnea, and more paiilcularly for tbe past ten daya. Hi* associates btlng absent from Illness, Judge McCarthy, in order to diajioae of th? very heavy calendar of Cannes, has fre quently xat in court till 11 o'clock at night. | A3 3ACLT AM) HATriKr. Pkonii rj. Spotaieo. ? This was au action liefor? the Court, without a jury, for au assault aud battery. Tbe Elaintlfl i* the widow of Mr. Phrvnlv, who was formerly Ustrict Attorney of this city, and the defendant is the well know n and eccentric doctor, otherwise H iron 8po lasco. It appealed from tbe evidence that the Doctor weut to the plaintiff'* house to prescribe for a patient, and being Interfered with in hi* professional duties, tie became wroth ami a>*aulted the pliintlff in the breast uitli bis list he alno brandished Uis cuue at the lady and ua< d abusive epithet* Hi* l!ourt gave ,jud.;uii"it ai;sinst the dritndaut toi >100 and costa The t.lbba Dhotcc Case. RUPKlttOft COL'HT- -HPKUIAL TIKM. KkM llt.-lMl>a 0Oil e?. Aaron X. (Jilibi ? Messrs. J. J. Brady aud Ackloy for dsfem.iot, Messrs. H. Hu steed ' and Culver for plaint it Hoffman, Justice ? The action was for a d. force ou the ground ot adultery. The cause was brought on for trial on the "9lli of November, lVit. and tlie Judge ift?r charging the jury, delivered to them a written paper, of which tbe following is a copy ? lust? Has the defendant, Aarou S. Clhba, been guilty ot adulteij iu the year 1H61,, or 1H&; , and, il eo, in nhicli tear? picom'? If >ou find any adultery proven, then answer whether it i? n.sde out, by expre-s proof, that such ot fence ha* been forf ven by the plain rill? 'Ihird ? If )ou liad any adultery proven, and that it is ru t prcveu by txpeet-, testimony to have txjeu forgiven - then snseer wli?tlier the plaintiff voluntarily coin hit e 1 with the de'cnlunt alter knowledge of th* fact of such adaltaryf The jury, not having sgrted at tbe end i ' aboiit. two hour*, weie dlrei ted to seal the r verdict, and bring it in on the morLlng On that mora ng they tanked up a verd ct In a sealel envelop*, as follows ? We, the undersigned juror* empaunelled in the < aae of (jilbs vs. Oibbe, do bring n * verdict for tbeplalutiff tttgned, N'ew York, Noveml>er IV, MM, aud signed by all tbe jurors. At the same time the questions iu the handwriting of the Judge whiib be haa given them were handed hack to him with thee# wort s at the foot of the first quest on ? ' Aai m S (iibbs haa been guilty of adultery previous to Jim" IHfti." To tbe tecoud question the word "No was subjoinel, ltd to the tblrd no answer waa given 1 he Judge directed tbe returns to be entered on the tui nutee, with permission to apply to <*ntar judgment, and a s'sy of proceed, ng* in the luterun for a Uni te I period. Puch a motion Is now mat* An affidavit ia alao produced, sworn to by each of tbe juror*, expieaaly stating that they intended to have found fcr the plaintiff fully, anl would have answered the last question in tbe negative? that they supposed tie paper handed them was a guide for their considera tion, scd had not supposed it necessarv, or expected thai It should be signed, or waa part ol their duty tu aign It, or explicitly to answer it. No doubt tbe general verdict was sufficient to have en titled the plaintiff to judgment Tbe clisrge covered at length tbe tbr?e points submitted in the pt|.er. It Is sl>o true tbat had the jury not separated, and U.e omis sion l < en pointed out on tlieir t .iming into court, ther could havs Ireeri sent ba<k imme<lla'e|y to supplv it, If suc!i was their decision. (KlacUey vs .Sheldon i John. Kep G3. Winslow vs. Draper, N Pickering, 170.) lie rases of Douglas vs. Tousey, (2 Wen dell, Mi), snl li'oxn vs. Hoyt, Jo'ii R. "i&ij, appear also to ??ttie, tbat the jury might bave beea sent back, even after the r bringing in tbelr tested verdict the next uiurniug A juror who signed the vsr lict. at night wbeo the jury se j stated dlss. nted from it when polled and tbajury wt re ? sent out again I am al o inclined ta think that the nfl :*?/ ta t e jurors are admtsaihle. (Daaa vs. fucUar, ? Jo'ia R. #7 Ksr^ent vs. , 6 ?'????en, p lie tzi?ir'' "?j K> ? !' B ib<d AH; Jacktoa v. Mck arson, 1 i John. Itep. 1 i !.? ?arts m strictness upon the s?it<j< tt of a ? r ?t haa betu |i taxed, ft-mith vs. Ttioir.pson, 1 Oowen 2il, ant aaes, it Wendell, U4). Hut the Siilst sect on ?.f the rode mnst btexamiMl a I' wns mmh iell?-<l upon by the itfendant't coun--' Iri the first place, it is to be obierred tUa'. th? pra :.l v. Ulcli Ims been adopted of s itar/.itting writiei, ,uestioa to a jury is one of convenience *nrt practice Only. I undeis'st'. it t> be of late Iste ( )l< Ms iters ft Hr ./l. . **t tl e Westchester Co unty Mutual lna<> . an s ( <> , . / Wendell 8/H,. l*ie ir?le preeeilkes that the ;n 'ge may Ins r -et "ha ury, If tbe j re no i a general ter.lct '.a flrd upon par tleular ques'ions of fact, to he stated ia wHtiag snd msy direct a written finding thereon As there was no dires-tion glveu to the jorv to make a eritten finding on Ike quest. ons, tbe jury diif not neglect their duty. They, without fault aiejndged as to the Intention In anbmitttng the qnestioaa The ???? coin s beck to tbe point whether a vstrdic* covering tbs eliole i">oe. full and snfllciant In Itself, is so defect-vs from the cmiss'cn in question that a new tral muat be had In the rase of I'ettes vs Higgham '10 New llainp Fep 176j ft was bald that if the mst'er or Iss ie may be a?oclbde4 out of a verdict, it will be good, however in formal. A efmilsr derision was made la Porter ve K imo>rr (10 Maaa. Kep. f t/ , and in ^imsnots vs Haxter ( ? t.?</rg IS,, a verdict w*a hell to b* go>el in ? rely up m a n (traction which tbe court d*emed reasonable, and on the ground tbat vtrticts were not to '-e av < i?! ei ept from necessity. The ie<aH, ia my opinion, is, that tbe verdic' s grerl snd tbst Judgment must be enteied upoi t Boosts of this motion ts> either party Polls. IsitelllKe ivies cTRtorg cast, or am.wjkti ora*-i> LiMCmr. Yesterday, officer Wa-le of the Hflh ear l poh'# ar rested a wieaasmed M?nry H Wo-vl, (hOfgtH witk bsv ing stolen |1 ifO, la baak (villa, fr-jsn Josep i M Wig/ins, il RacLeatar. It appears that Wi<g ns sal w?r* sloping 'ogetlter at tbe (lirard lloase ia HeptsmW last ard, as i* aCeg?d by tbe complainant Wood abstracted (row his pocket book II .'40 In bank aotes Uet ei B>|.Uinant did aat miss h.s sins'; for s> m* lays sfter wsids sad the day fofow ng tbe aflegsd r*>?i'ieff leened Woo I $1,000, without even a teig t Ue 01 '.<.0 that he states was su->n 'be day prev "u? A eompis.%' b* ?< made at the <,ase bofure Javtire CUrVa, at tke l/.?" PoHca Conrt, tbat maaiatra'e : sa s-t s vsrrsn " i ">s arrest of Wood, snd pure! tbe ?ame n the Uart4s geant D?vo*. of tbs Chief's olbre for rxetst cn t>>e a eo-*d however leaving tbe < ,ty , could net be 'osi*4 a ad it was only aitbm ISO Isst few days that any 'ra * of him ron'1 t>* dtcoeered when it was ssee"talnal Usat he was to call at tbe lateraauoaal lie's: fee ??** ha CMOS that bad hooa tlrocte-t to that ho se f?r h in. Ar r srr'aseats were therefore wis 'e 'or the rap'nee of *os4. aad catling yaetaelar for u>e tMggaae in'oraaa t?oa of tbe fact was gi??a to o9'*' Wsd- ? ?o '?**Jiw th arreatai blrs. Tts y .oaer ?a? tsbssi Ws i 1 r a Bagart, who Iccsrl k a a> fer assv sat ? the * C?s*d, Woad, the e'ai.e ea'e ags * s> hi- so.* b ale vary etroigfly tUt% tbe >< ,4al-s^l 4 f as* ep | c?* ags w .'. was, lor raaatra teat is* bis -f ?>' be?a engaged in aorne awtudhog tnu, >a tlna sit r Mil Philadelphia. ALLMJWl SfKBKT HOMIKT. A jrouD| man nam*4 Ileury Hemming eat trttiW] la . tha llowery, on Thuroday night, by officer tir-an, o( tha j Ijiarr 1'olice Court, charged with having, iu coinpauy | with another ma not jet arte?|el, decoyed Mr John ' Murray, ? cotton broker, intu an .?lleywii.) in Church atieet, near Leonard ami wtltle there throating their ha ad a into hia porkeli, ami robbing tiiain of the.r con tent*. The complainant r.atea that un getting him Into the dark alleyway, the man not yet arreeted put hia hand iatn hi* pocket and abatrartel liia pocketbook. cuutaimug ?8t, ?wne prouiiaeory nolo* tul luvjice., in all vaiued Jt about $:!C0, while tbe w!? n?r, llBintnliin tenk bia watrb and chain away, which waa valued at $1(10, *rd. baeirg aUippv I him of hU valuable*, the fallow* eacaped !>? 'oro tix couU r?im* au alarm Tu? accuaed, wbo ?a? arieeted a ahoit tune after the allayed larceny, via, on kelrg taken before Juali.o Uijari, Orntibtd by the complainant, Awl Waa therefore ful'y ri n.ailtted for trial by 'lie magistrate CHARGE OK FUJK FKI/rPNCW. Yesterday, olfifera Mart n anu Cnderliil), attached to tha Second LHatrict l'ulne > ?uit, arrested a young ?' ?u named Abtahain Hiucduii, formerly of Philadelphia charged with faKa pret?ur?* 10 haviug, it in aHeged, ob tnincd poa*e??iou of live hor?> a. valued at I'iO'i, the pro tierly of Jacob (ieniicnhotiser of Waaliing'on atreet I'hi Iadelpbi. toy falee pretence* am! I audi. lent repreaenta tiou*. llie coiupia nan* atAtea that, iu tha city ol i'hiia ?lrlpbia, ou the 2tith ult , he lold to tb? accua?d th a bote property, and tallng in oxi hauge notea of tlie a c euaed tor the debt that at tbe t mm of the eaie the ac cuwd atatod that bo ?a> a responsible man, and that there would not Im) tha alight -?t doubt about the u >W* Leing duly honored . that, upon thtae repra'outationa, the' proptrty win UeUrered ; that tb? complainant haa never jet received tha value of tlia aaid not?a, which ba?P not b*?n rvdi<araad by the acnuaad. Iliucuiao brought the bor^H ou to New \ oik. aui ?n arrfati'd with two of them in hia t.o?iw-4ilon ll? ?? cjmmltt"d foi pxaiuinatiou, by Juatica Hrannan. CflABOtOr VOUOINO AN OKHBK. A young man, named Jainea t alhouu waa arreatei yeaterday by o III car Nirliicaer, char.;al with having forgad tbi* uanin of I. M IVa-io, of the Kivu I unit Hia aioua, to an or<lei for ooa cheat of Ua on i grocery bouae io Front itreat. Mr. i'aaae declared the ai^uitur* to be a forgery, and a complaint being uiade by Mea?ra. I'riter A CO. agamat the acenaol he waa arretted aud htld to anaw*-r tbe cbaige by Juxll e Uo^art at tha t^>wei I'olict Court . At.l.klil.n HCKUI. AKT Ceorge Simmons aud Mablon < annua, were arretted by tbe Third ward police on Thuiaday night, rhaigel with haviug buiglarioilaly entere t the atore of Stephau 8. Cbauiberlain. of 'JMU Kulton atreet. and ateuhni; there from three firbina of buttlr valued at f'O It i) alleged that the property wa?/ound in their potaeaainn, aud when arreated wer# rolliif It away 'roni the atore of Mr Chamberlain The prlaouer* weta brought l?e. fore Jiiatire iiogart, wbo committed th?u fore?nniu t iou. ch Attain with arKAuiNU sonic-i. Teaterday, Sergeant Smith, of the Uiwer I'o'.ice Oatirt, arretted John Mcltride, capta n of a lighter, charged with ateahng 7,61 4 ahin bonea, tbe property of Cbmtlan Hwrita, of Cedar atreet, aud value<l by him at It la al leged that McHride being enga^ad to discharge a cargo of btioentroma vcaael lying in thelaat Kiver, managed to retail! tt,? a bo to rnentioued i|uautlty, which. It ia al It-ged. he aold to Kreileiick Kleuiau, arlio puri h??ed tha aaiue iu good faith. Theaccuael aaatakea Ix ljre.luat ce Itogart, who committed linn for ''(auiinat.on Till A 1. 1. COED HOT* I. Til IKK UKNT t jr. I.yman, the alleged hotel thief, who waa arreated acme weeks ago, for atealutg Mie In-d olothea 'rout dill-lent hotel! m the lower pait of tha city, waa yeaterday aent to tha reuitrntiaiy tor one jeat by Judge rtuurt, in the i-]>ecia! Heaaiooa, having received two muntha' aenteoca on each charge preferred ?e,?in*t h m. Hu complaiuta ?eie piefern-d, on each of which he received Mttydaya aenteuce It will be a year, therefore lielore Mr. I.yimu will make bia next ajpearauee befoie the puMlc. Tlip Caar of Young Hrrtiandn. TO THK KDITO* 0> Tllfc SKW ITOItK IUUUIO. Niw Yohk ?Vb Id, 1164 I >aw ilntit'M ic tb* Hmuui of tha 10th iaat , tint priori tinga IisiJ l?-aii commenced by I rauclaco Kliai Il-r nandrr iKkinit Kianou Mouqhton tha Mjiaaiali ( >n?ul at thu pott, but that, under the traaly, li? (Mr. . ) h not amrnabla to a procaaa f >. Thia U?? lad ? gieat main t* balicva that thi-ia *a< no lava la t)i * ( tun , try to control the acta of t",? l^pta'ah Con I bow m | b? inl|lit tx~. To p' ?? that nurli i* n >t the c??> { T aball P'ljunt rou to euMiab 'n your raluabl* paper, a | mpyof thii writ hold ag both Mr Carao'iell ant Mr Houghton to ball in tb* auin ol 1 KW each In concluamti 1 ahull atate that if the ,-punia!. Conn; I baa eacaped ttiia I fat b?'Ii(t arretted, an I b*mu | t? ijifr tiir tfitii : alt* ball, it hae b* en by prudco'ly coaflaiof hlmaatr to bia Ih d, and not coining to Ne* York la tue ciuta" of Urn lakt ?eek. 1 rtmaio, air , your obadi'-nt aerrapt, J'JHK Kl.tA." HENS' AN1IK7. ! Thr I'rrtidrni of Ihr Uv\l"l Stntri nf Amn mm to Iht ft&r thai of tto Southern l>t 'net 'if A'r yark, jrtf' \ f\y . ? We con, mar l yon, that you tali* frunrln Ht<jghtun, < nn*iil o( bri JM > i t y the Qnaeu of 40a : it ,1a New Voik ; and C'riatoval Cainobeli otbrrwiae ?li*d ( r atoral < tr noveli il tbry aball be found >n your dUtrict, an I them eafely keep, au that you may hare thrii bodi a bafora ! the tf Hit I'ialrlct Colirl nf tbr I'litnl fiUba of j Amenta far tb* Poutbern Ptetrict of Nap York, to be held at 11. e City lull, in the city of New York, la the 1 m I Pootbern till" 1Mb 'lay of lebiuary, lH.r6 to aa ewer unto I rincia fhaa lirrDi?ld, by I rati na?o de Amur, lint fttnthmn amy plaiotllT lu a plaa of treapaar. Anct alan to a rartala billet the aai'l plaint. rt agatnal the aaid defendant tor Irtepaaa, a**ault an-l bat t ?ry, aail fab* imptiaoiimeat o tb* a* Id plaintiff. to bo damage tan tbou?and doilara, aa ia amd, awor<fiB| to tb? ruati tn ot the aanl Court, befnra tli? aaid Judfa, then I an<l tbcra to b? aihibltril, anil that yo t hava th< u tbar* thla writ. Witnraa, haojurl K. Ibitta, , , Jud/a of th? aaul fh? 1 trirt Court if thf l'ol'a<l Mjtii,it tbr ?ljy of York, tha 8th <lay of Kabruary la ibv yaat 1 *!>b <iH? W HHRNW, ? lark TtiroDot<? Srm.wH K, Attoroatr. tinJallii'BHtK lal l tivfota mn. It ia or lt>ra-l that tb? l? frmlau'a be held to bail lath* auto ot ?*<-h fab h, lttft. f.\M' kl it mm Thrntrri and Kstilblllofia. ltk<unwAT 'I1IK4TKK ? Tb? bfnatit of tb? ac ompliabail and favorHa rocaliat, Mtaa Loutaa f*yaa takaa plara tltil rvrnmr ab'l aa it la tha laat at(>it of >ha opara ??*- n Do doubt tb* tuaatra *111 I * rrotrilod la an-ry >l*part ! inant Ml?? I'j ua him many rU mi opou tb* rnu?u %1 I propla of Nf? Yoik . I >*t th^ru do tli?ir duty toalfht 'K Indaralla" aultba "(fma 1 Ida TfStallara <ra tha | pirc*a iiIkM. liowmt Thi *tf? ? T n a baoi-tit tf Mr <> C Cfca rl#< and Ma laat appaaranra at thi' tatabliabmaat iin- ? off to nljtht Ihr drama of tba "MMMal'MU Qnntiia, In abtrh Mra M. Juaaa a pi ?ar? aa ila. iiaal Poland ia tba flrat piara. Tbia will l>? foil o wad by "fJurOal,'1 tba farce of tha lr. -Iini .n to Japan, ao l tb* ' Tbraa Jack Hbrp|>arda on lluraabaek.' Bvaroitt'* TnrjTa??--By d?alra Mr Hurt in w ill r p?at liia Mrfotnianr* of Hilly l^'kaday an I til* favnrlta [art , if <>uy Cotdluck in "John J>ua< Tha bill la <>oa wbicb ? annot fail to draw a Urga a , li?n. ?? Than* tri tlitf* ptat?? Tba Oiat l? "Jonn Jona* tb* o?tt la Uafaiiai.f ' M l.ara rhall I i'toa *a l Ilia cocludlt ( piaca Will ba tbr COBM ly of ' rwaatbaar u aa*! Viraa ' WiUJtrn'A Tii^ara* ? ltrou(bain ? <-om^ 1 ? of '? Fba (? n i- of Ula" la Ula firat pn* Maaara lliiku, Im't tlrnuf bam, W aa Foaa Baanatt Viti kaafkaa nil (tb r i mln- nt art ?taa in tha ra?t lha eoo'l. itlrr pl*?-a will Ik- ' O Klannic*B aod tba Katriai in which a u w a an* i ti fntiof T'f'Ony broik fair w d ha prtwntal Altai' ? i Vti ?n w ? Tba nftat .ikd am aamanta mii a'at of tl.* drama of 'ItanCwa.r <i* Hatan aa I oil tar l?atura? and In tb* ? ran ag tl.a m ?i<-h i mn ''rami { of "Hotii.a MaadaWa "and t'i< faro* of "Tb* "faitba, " i ( taika, 11k .away, and Mlaa ttaytv, la tb* la*<Ua( part a Wf?i?'a MtlaTUt# ? Tt> -ama tan i ng faa'ur?a uf tutainnwrit ai|it'u a??r? a>ao in aatraUy, a lilt tb* "Ilotal d'Afr. ,ii? fit rti rr> Hrri a ?'i?*a ? Tbia i-owipana a do'nf wall Tha hall ia ttul<ul a?ary *?*?na<, ml tba aedlewe at mlra tha ai>all> nt butb > of I acrwaia llorg a Ma Ml '? r?aawtll *lra a l^'nra and a.wal *a'? talii nrnl ob M*? la/ a?*ni ?*, at (1 nt '* llall r(iH? t<i? Ml'alC *?" tn* ot; tut. Tbafondua tmtt of ".a'/ : >*ya -Tb* pbp iLar ? tor Mr "O." -njltb, of tb? A'l?Ipbi ibaa* a dia l laat aaaBln* ba?iu? ault? a! from l>itaaaa for wn? wi>i i Mr .'nttibal aWti faf, w? b*I '*?#, a*arly Bfty yaara a I on u>a ata|a aod tbauab la bia app**ran ? ba'vra tb* public ha * aa jrn -ai t naelilai With a<a>? of tba moat wtaba-l itaada of main drama wa l?I-?a tutii frtntllib ba wa> daaanadly !??;- U4 by I la* a* who kcaw Lim Mra 1'ya* ??altou, a wall ba>*a piimui' baa mad* b>r d'Mtf at tba r**Uti 1 haa'ra, ia iaa?U'* ? opara o* MarHaaa -'.a a aald to hara ? p??l aopraac ? ac* wI'Loat aiatb p?>**r Mr Macraad / ! aa gifu a Malbr, jra> ! >? tb* tawit of t aa Ij'amrf !a.?H ita Julian- Mr rait a f.t. at ? '??an?, <.*c>Ud prorata i ffat turraaa H*r Va ? << i a T",a*tr? iMlal) w U ?ot b* <pai U?U aaaat-a t'a. ' l??at a t? .. ?. i * aba tba *b ?! attrac tkn at ? a??f.' '.a^Va lha t Jaaaaa a Tbaa'ra haa f Uaaal , Mra -ayaa^r fa lad 1* mi' i< (?*? ' Mr ' barVal'tt ta p'ayiaf at XMt.-^baai Mr Ni>? I daa Ka?w ?a .a praa-h ra( at t? ?o-l Mr I ana kaa lata I i :?( L > Aaniri) ast*-'. i i. n'. ia tb aaf-a p!?'? H aTbaatrr Koyal t<llbuar| bia M?a ?|aa?l by aa Italiaa op* 'a rompaoy ? g r?rt (W-.alitt ia tha tawir A Par ? f??i<'ap?'?.taet aa?a M ?vr,a*a o*w trana ' U ( aana* ia to ba p>ayol fatt UawtMl at tba Tbaati* fran a a, aal laat waak pra(ramaaa if ? 'aa t);*a<ra waa alaaoat *arl*alT*l|f **> 'ipia?i by bia W rl it t aa A a** ">?a*dy by M I* oa '>a?taa aal tlad "I# Oataaa daa H?o ? ' a o i>r*p*rit?^?? At tl?? V?r^ u a, a aeto ly aa 'la 1 rarba* *>U aWtly ba pr?t*c*4 ? ? Ula* mf t\? ?r?.a-d? ia lt?? a?a, by M Alaiaodr* lnwaaa ,aa ta priaaaaa I *t tb* hiaiaaa --*r tba '.ail* a aaw drama laa art* a aipartat Iba tltla a "fa Maa'i^* "*? " ? ? k tbraa let aaodaailia wr.t'aa br MM Utraaala Md l?i,fi.aar aal aaUal la I'arra a d* tmmm'U ' baa b??? braaubt tu ? at Uha a* f>?awr%ti ,,n TV a '<aa tabaa fm** ta <b* < aa* Of Uail KYI , nal *" a ? ??? kai P*rt>y at r??a?lllja, pa'*'y la fw t r'?aa , abara tfc# UamM* karaaaaf tba paav* ??<??*! ?-a? ' ?*aaa taa Ufa ?r aa anatovrat ^ al i rt?a' t.,a ,?.ot ?' ti.n.'.a4 it *? a pfar.paa | t*.< ta Uaa aclr mm pa? *f ? -a a.iftbaa* t... <*4 dv - taf 'la* peart w*aw .'lit I .a a no* a??tt, "U 'pi* 'in t?aaOa *' ,a pV| ra?l at I, *>, ?*?> a W. ",<l ,h' ??fe. raoatrH t?ro?7 one null. Lo*., balu* trout th. au of j.autrry u tu'.l?" *? th. moat 'of whicli ludbe*. pii?, UB(n. , h '**? .??. d-ifU o? th. prairie. in 111, no,. Tk^H " ** *?*' "" ??* ok.tructioo., w?' * Louia on th. l*.b uut Th" tZuL *;,?* ** 1?T C^r. urtfc" carter; ???*?.* fj ? l,r?? ?, ,.?,rV~* a ur <*"?<* *-?? It!""'' ,h?ri?? 'I In* , ,'k* ? roo'l ueror i. bH *U*jr?. I rrt) i>.,.i , utr.i ,, i o?e Ue ru-hc : for ih? i,...t *.** "??H, bn?r ?a,| ,^j# Ir hutlf o of th? uiulU 41.^ avaiU?J 10* <*?? I oti.-.-t ll? , ?'"? oiowj ??, "1 "" ? >"/ cauea"'!", *tf * ?* * f " 'H* "I?< ?< r? aecum nv *'1 ??"?? tfc?t U?t, and ii;i. Iflfi. ?. i. i,,....! 0|.-n?4 at "Z ??>? . r?, ,| n ?lin, 7 ?" ?* ? r.p I r.u, .,<* *it'1 < I or i '?? a u of v?ri.?i?- Hw *4?r hoar,.,, MUra th.muount of mail mat'or .1,,"" '.VlifV loxaimeui at ? Ira.a arrivr.l ,t ,h. ' , A,,'*"'t '".VIk-Ii lut OM tlf lip.o a ltd *"1* ??' l?? m re (ban two bundled | ,'r, u? hava *f'"~ dark ^cV?u^w,v;.u*r?- * ?'? < ? <? k'j'l "?""""' 1 VurtlhT0' u cor, ,, ro?x:;,V' 'ftir Of tke.r t UIrK ?* * 0""f ii*rr?U.( Copt. u-u*,u- b.? ?"'?? ?h.rh In- '""-oi-hiM u.( m*, u, ?i,m, Thf/ l?(t thli eit> lot u. . . 0 clot it. in a tarouclia r.r Alton '?? *? *h#ut 0r* ? tlao'.Wk ilia iiiiit n'.u tn i !*' A'to. upon Mi ?? fol - ".f^lr allM I" ItaiJroaU, au'i i>.ii Lim , *u'1 w ??'???? Illotiniinjjtoi liunuM t'elv in ? "? LM to W.I I fni he could oo? ?? b CouTd' ^ iu< ruioit ??ui(i >?Dd u,aoi uji aa?t Riouoiiiifiten a'lnnV " "h'ra ^h f "jj *?<l r mo touna Ul?| fn lm u, , . k?jr found all th* l-*ai ? tantly accuinulatu * Inn,, tba ''lT^ * i Uma *** 8th of K?biu?rr . tti q t '"? t" Joi 2Sn bag* oi u.?,,?IH.r, ' .. ' *?? o( lattara aa? to ?"'P. -0 ??? riiuni i ha t rackf' bat.l ?>mp*U4 ?" I I?w ^hl Uu.g . ui,.,Utal* b.,r . i .y P'."? aa ratal f.%, ^ *7 b'ir,"1 "'Ihw, .. jour horaaa ^ ft Jh,V -*P'7H a -1W. taiueol mil** i Iu l??i*ht, a Us nif-atljr acroa. the piairU without* *?' UU*T*? mark to lo-ll. af- tb? i.-"? -?? - ,*"* b?*'?o tr?.-4 at iT*'k ' ?nJ "?"M for niiSV l|",*j0b*'n*r ? til. Hpn. Ktiad l<Nit 00?a, 1/'ur"?l?. - 'rt' ^'aV " -?85 ^ .h-JrVu/b?;" h? ,ur '%r ??) ?l our o'clock 1h. ? V. f t . vlino thra arri><-.l at I . . *tl" ''?'?to' tha. iantarn w^ot f J, I?. r ? il* .0n; "i' lU' e""i" " ^ '? ?? op-.. PMi.i. ::;*^',; ot*hl(t,n^lt<',?' . W.atbar an I unabla lo ^ ^ tiM war. Thar ^?. ^STTL"Jb.,/1U*4 ^ alioot four' hour, ih.^ thi, fo. ^7- r 'Urr 'i""" '? Dawron'a th-ia ibft i.^ii ihi i houaa, Mr. f?a.i tbroi. and ,.rni ,, ,*T*r* "" tb*'r horaaa U broka loo?r .i, l ? . "f '?? oil towanla hi. hoina M>n J / " I""*U1II -- horava ThahorJa"? ui.t . V .**'* W<\ . farm.1 r, T. h'm'; T'-' ??, and blf?| ? hora. fr ? hi- bttk Uac on ' Va^uw ^ horMn. ? ii.j took ori ?!*..? ?A ? four fr**fc ?.It ( I oiIT t b la ci Tolila I """" '"V for iiwight. MW (b<*u ?UrU4 M^t" -Vn,.M,'?l?u"P Vh?Dl!,'i *?'' M' '? bo?M, |, j au ,ii,| ?duai ? f>oul right nifiaai, ?. . ' WcW*uu?, ?t a plcr? o'clock, 4a.Jltaa.Uy ?l4ht' iwlanw1*! (!Wl' *' 11 ??ltnf?|.|,.di an ] tliaj ? ? i? ii , j Xl!l *** to brnuuibad w,lh Hi. col I kirit. ?"?/ ?ara th" ?itliafandlo/r thrt^ t!f| I wb^Ttl '* "*** . and that tha, I " a^lV 7 Iron n to oaatb Mifar of pav' ..a tram it of hai^ ?'l ?na ir orud to bin - 1 1. . T. ??"}???? U?o?ta. >T " |*llr.| lo I,,,., Ia V* a*^' warm 1 1, an> al.i. . chi2^T- u U k"r,'?'? ? "cuti. nol Ih. Oii,a?? ao , M * L * Tha *d to thl* matt?r an Mra tnl.^ th Pl'i1 *'lro*J 14 Ml MtMaoua IU ' 1 '7 ?? ?' Ihr. ?o>,n ?tart? I i' * "? at ImoII. I'?((ht '.I,. ton(ua i,f tin i ",v'i?l "i* :i"' Uir** * "tt?ln .. ut out !?..? U,u ,i ' to#" ..u, ihrou.i, ti.vz:ri^?yjt 'r,u' *'ut riioi, I,? aoat< r.,t or lo? 'i^h U|(ra About iliTlifM IhuratU* J *?uw atnhaakuaaat M-u., ,.r. n ^; th.T,rT,?,,:?lh,b* --1 ? )h?> ?<?'? i, nab la to .! 1 " '-1?' 'ham Th, r lin ,rto % ,u, ? f,w f"M iW4 W ? unabia lo ?t, , t^m J 1" lo l'?i(bt 'Cot f?. 1,-1, , ' ' , M l- 0B ?"?n *. ,p..i,rciX' ^.Vhr, s;r;T ?? prow. ?ii to ihl.,,) |i|(. ?j,,Ji V' , 01,1*., ?t>rp b. ok to th. '.M l *i??i,l '*rr^ tU# "*? I Up th. Iba 0..'ijh "lhm JL" ^ ' *" 1 h ia t. lha?hi*h o?t ' Thr b.if*',,'u "*V u?^ tar,, ro < '<*' . i',:;1 . of",o,ri u,,m ??'p <i?d him io ato. III! m !" ''i1*1'1 rW ?i> <*,? , ?*, ^^:,:xurr .,^.7 I*"*". l^oa boon I for M pmoirn, t. *?J fulled ?tr?'t/ t af* o I U't.n Mr I at. . 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