Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 15, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 15, 1855 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. IOLE NO. 6775. MORNING EDITION-THURSDAY, M&ROR 15, 1855. THE STANWIX HALL TRAGEDY. >1111 In (he Coitnlry_The Search Com. ??Description of the Fugitive? The "'* fawitlgntlon-Intfnitlnn Debate ? Common council? ?>,OOD Reward ??xl, &c., A*. tKER STILL IN THE COUNTRY. ay morning Judge Stuart received iuch infor im residents or New Jersey as caused him to le fugitive Baker U *1 til in the country: that t leave this part !n tho brig Isabella Jewett, an ?t firmly believed, hut forsook her on the way oay. It is uow.believea that believing * cbaied end overtaken, decided on abandon nel, or else tli* captain rau?t have, 0a cecond lght, refused to carry him to the Canary 'nviug the fugitive no alternative bat to get i make his em-ape by land the best wav he has been ascertained th-t two men, one of vtrlwr tlie description of Baker, were seen in t together, making their way toward* Souti mt the boat having landed, one of Us p,naen ued to this city. A man answering his de? as sern in the neigliborho d of Amboy on r se*eral pmons, perhaps as many as twenty, i* quite hafcganl and much exhumated, and the woods on the same nigiit, and travelled tion of Kpotswood, where, it is alleged, Baker Nations or acquaintance*. if the Information received yesterday morn" pretty generally believed that the furtive ferseys, and had not sailed for the Canaries, ?e, of the Chief's office, who ha* been in pur ?r for the past throe days, is firmly convinced, le has seen and heard, that he is somewhere i the neighborhood of Amboy, and that be ig {for a fair opportunity to stake good hi* uladelphia. and from thence to some distant C nion. In 'act it bos been po-il tiv?ly etated ?. nTL ? ?v? h'"Kll?ht0'">, ?ho are veil rc Oi Baker, ths' th?y saw h m in that nel<h Monday morning and ho great was the 5*. lied among the inhabitants of that village r?l,?Ui 1.*?"' anrt "co,,r"'1 the wnoJs r?l?t JV ,lf Po?i'>le, his hiding result of thnr search has not b^eu ascsr roany suppose that ere now the fugitive has irt decide! on sending down >i posse of no *" hunt "p Bl4k" ?n4 *?*<?<?? ible before he can get away fron that sec ountry , and according ly Gfcpuins Waliluc .with a number of efficient police offi -.era, "?* ,i0 ,fl"e,t'oa yesterday, armed to 10 UIkfi B*M!r at a" hazards, succeed in discovering him. tand that due precautions ar* being taken inst any ml .take about Ifoktr's being at'Am ^ held a enn'erene" at idecided to obtalo the consent of the ?S?cre Ifr*"yry?. n ''*?P*tch tbe revrnue cutler irlf Isabella Jewelt We understand a frora Of ton giving to the cutter being so despatched, she will ???n a" "b# return? to tiis port, ted that some definite Information will bo T! t a1m T J,eH8T ,n relation to the of Baker, and of the discovery and arrest FOR BAKEK IN JERSEY CITY. Chief of l'olice Mattel. with about a do?n >ceeded to Jersey City, and searched several fluberbs for Baker, without success. ESGRIPTION OF BAKER. ag is a corrcct description of the fugitive om Judge btuait: ? ? large, heavy man, about (1t? feet nine >road chest not far I roin thirty five rears s nearly 1W) pounds llgtit complexion blue su. hair brotvu and inclined ?o curl, thick ?>??* n?d head si projecting, with India ink unna both armi, a star : upon one hand between the thumb and ' face at piesent slightly scratched, on? ot, a wound, neurly well, upon the fore up into th? balr; also a wound upon th tbe abdomen, live or six inches above th /T'j'1' to disable bun from running or (had on a esn and brown of bea long cap cloth.; that newspapers throughout the country hi? description, tliat the offender may no F PERJURY AGAINST JAMES IR. VIN. who swore, a few days ago before Coroner >ole was the aggressor on the nigh1 of tin een bim and ^torrisroy, at Htanwix Hall ?ther witnesses testified to quite the con understand, having charges for perjury nst him before Judge fltnart. Yesterday, ing that such proceedings were being in st him, callid at Judge Stuart's oflice anl ge If such was the fact, stating at the ime to surrender himself t-> the authori ie m ght not be under the unpleasant sending a nigut in the station house, in M ?l? ? effected at night, when no paiice Id be found. Judge Stuart informed him \,1 "*tnr* being made against i. ? r? "" Bum of three tnou ii before he ronld set Mr. Irrln at Iiher?y. promptly given, the accused departed , ??, o?eial, very sanguine tnat er should be thoroughly investigated his Id be made manifest. ORONKR'd INVESTIGATION. FIFTH DAY. Before Coronet Hilton. was resumed yesterday morning ia Court of 18, at the Tsmb*. Hefore the opening of e of the jurors rca? and made game com. ? action of the Board of Aldermen in for the use of tUo Chamber in the C: ty H?1| i Dion of the investigation. Alderman of the juror*, approved of the remark* 'it gentleman, and denounced the action ? mean, insulting, mi l contemptible. In by 'city father could not fled rent for his tinst hi* co laborer* in tbe City lull. ne*a placed upon the stand was John being duly sworn, deponed that tbe de before Justice Urennan at the Second Court, Jefferson Market, embodied atl be knew in relation to the case. In that ate* that he wss present dnring an affr tjr at HtanwiX Ilall, No. S7W Hroadway, on ig, about 1 o'clock, whon I'an een and e into tlie *>ar r >orn i\nd culled Mr Poole led son ol a b ? h," and spnt three times > man by the ntmu of Linn went to audeen to prevrnt him from striking Mr. sudeen kicked said linn, i'audeen tlien 'oole by the collar, and said, " fhero Is no in the house could make me let go of n 1 '??It and Mr Campbell then stepped in to part them, when James Turner took otT bn-w it on the counter, arid .Ire* a pistol, f sail In, boys;" and rested bis pistol on lischarged it at Toole, receiving tin do wn arm; Poole threw up his li.iwli and 1's rake, you are not going to kill me, are alter shooting himself In the arm, tell ad shot I'ooie In tbe kne* Poole then ell; Mr. Haker then got on Poole and (lis I at bis breast, and then retreated to the [ have got you." Deponent further says, ,'urner bre a pistol at Charles Ixnler an l e leg, and th''n the parties left the house; t Ui the door and stood holding the doo.-, a shot in Uie leg," and fell; be was then titer. ver hear any onf threaten the life of I not; but I b iard, throu?ri a friend of it, that on one occasion, wlilie litker was i saloon, corner of I'erry and Green w I ah ed a plstel out of his breast knocsed it nter three times, and said, "That will be will take I'oole's life.'1 Q. Did you see a pistol in Poole'* hindsi* -<J. Ml yrn see a pistol in Morrissey'* I not; hut I heard from Mr Theodore Al scy had snapped a pistol at Poole two or ? to the stat on bone along with Poole fleers st tbe station house refuse to take A. I lon't 1 now the fact of my own Mr. I'ooie told m* so afterwards es the captain at the sUtion hones? A. I iow who tpok MorTlsssy away* A. I do not. io w wbo took Poole away A. I under -er llogan brought him to the station all I know about the oceorrenr". k, tbe bar tender, formerly in the emp'oy ie Bank Kicbange, being duly sworn, de rs ? ver hear any one threaten th? life of out two or three months ago, I'audeen saloon and called for a whiskey (kin. I ' irtnk, whereupon He threw it in my face, j our master was iter* I would scald his , o " iquor scald 70S? A. It did; my fa:e and e sore. jdeen threw the whlakey akin la your faee 1 f A. No he was in rompMy wltfc two j them was nam d Murphy. I y. Ma l'liiilfoD no out immediate j alt*r tbrfU^ ti-? liquor In your face? A Ho did. lty a Juror? Q. Did he pay for those drinks? -A N>, tie did not Q- I1"' you ever hear Paudnen threa'en Mr. Poo '* "u anj o'lier occasion? A. No; except on the <>n ;ai'OD Mi iesdy testifier to by former witnesses George W. Hnrpell, l.einirdjly a worn, deposed that li * wax the proprietor Oi the City Hotel: on the night of the nccuirtnee, Morrissey caoie Into my place, ax I thought, in the custody of officer Hue. Q- flr hut time was this? A About ten o'clock, I should think. y Did they say anything ? A. They talked among themselves. Q. Who fln? wan alonv with Morrls??y? A. Daker, Ilyltr. Paudeeu ?nd about four ar liv? others; the I ti ter came in a t?r Morrlsaev did, an 1 I suppose* that they met there by appointment , there was about ten persons in the comuaoy. y Were they all M>l>er f A. No air. 0 Who waa intoxicated? A. Morriasey. 0. Did he starger? A. He did; so much so that he foutl hardly keep on his feet; I never saw him so intox icate)'. Q. What occurred ? A. They drank savoral times, and talkul to eacb other. y . What were they saying? A. I could not sav; Mor riHHty waa blowing about something or other, while his friend* wete trying to get bun to go bnoie. Q. Who were trying to get him home ? A. 091<!?r Rue and a big stout nun with black whisker*: Mnrri.siy said thut be did not. intend to go any farther up up town that nigbt, whereupon tin* stout m<n whose uami I do not know, said "Very well if you will p o mite Lot to go up town, why I w 11 leave jou, as I have some other business to attend to." Q. What were the others talking about? A. I could not exaotly say, but 1 suppose they were conversing about the Stauwix Hall difficulty y. Well, what followed? A. This stranger friend of Vorrixsey's than left ton saloon, bidding him good nignt. Voirissty, followed by hU ftiencs, soon after left the premises. y. What else do you know in relation to Hi* matter? A About 1 o'clock, liyler, turner, Biker, Paudeen, and time other*, whose names I don't know, entered the barroom. Question by a juror ? When they came in. did you hear them make any threats'' A. Not a particle of one, for 1 knew nothing of the transaction up town at the time. Q. Well, what took place'' A Tber drank and staid there about fifteen minutes, ami a t' r I shut up the house, they *Uodoutsiue for u lew minutes Q. What were they saying r A. 1 don't know; they nere talking in an undertone among themselves. y. Did you see any arms with ihtm ? A 1 did not. Q. Did they aeem to be excited? A. No, quite the other way; they it-emed lu deep conversation among themselves; when they first came in they all stood to gether talking, but afterward* divided oil in *qusd*. Q. Who seemcsl to take the most active pait in the ecnv.THatlon ? A. Haker, he seemed to be the most active meniTcr ol the party. y. Were th-y sober ? A. They appeared to be. Q. All of tlieni ? A. I should judge so. Q. Do you know whether they went away in a car riage or not ? A. I do not. y. DId your |iorter tee them get into a carriage .' A. I di.a't think be old. Q Was officer Rue there tho second time they came in ? A. He was not. y. He waa there th? first time though ? A. He wvv and I asked him to get the ]>a>ty out. as I wan fearful tome of the opposite putty would come in, and a row would follow. Q. What did Rue do ? A. He spoke to Morrisiey and tlicn w?nt away. Q. Who w* i the last man to leave your house ? A. I'nudien, and as be lift ha bade me good night. Cornelius Linn was hern brought into court, in order to m?i if tie witness could identify him as being one of the party that cnteied bis place tho second time ou the night ol the alfray, n'ong wi'b Baker and others. Cormier ? In tbat the man who was along with the party ? A. 1 cannot recognise him as being the person, bul lie was a man about that siie. Officer John Rue, being duly sworn, deposed ? That he was a po 'iceman attached to the Seventeenth patrol dis trict; on Satuidny evening I was going up Broadway, on business, and stopped at Poole's house to see if the man was there that 1 wanted 1 had u warrant, for the min; I got into conver-atl-in with a young man, Ingtrson, and while conversing with him several persons cauie in /> the house and commenced whispering together. y. Did you know the party ? A. 1 did not. y. How miny came in? A. Three. y Wi o did they whii-per to? A. To those who had already beet in the aalcou. Witness, in continuation ? They went cut of the house at a quick p*ce, uul ns they came out I wtnt out to the front stoop and stood tbi re s few moment* ; while h<'re the rest of the part/ came out, and 1 axlirl tliem what was the matter; one ol tliem, wiiOui 1 think was Cyrut Shay, kaid there was nothing the matter, and tbrn started up Hroartway after the remainder of the party; 1 imm ediately followed be bird them, and arrived ai Stauwix Hail just after them. y. Well, what did you see there? A. Ilorrissey and Poole were railing each other names. Q. Where wax l'oole stan lirg ? A. Inside the counter, at the far end; Konlssey was standiag at an angle from him, on the outside of the counter, toward/ the door. y. now far whs he from Poole? A. I shcuU think about fourteen leet. y. Well, what happened ? A. They were calling each othtr fens of b? ? y. Who wss present ? A. Thara were several there whose u imes 1 don't remember; Mr. Campbell was there, as also Mr. Janewxy, y. Well, what happened ? A. I took a look around the room 1o s<-? what mil go in;; on, wh?n I heard the snap ping of pistol*; I then turned around and mw MorrUsey and Poole presenting soaethin; at eactt o'.h*r;.I couli not ssy whether they w?re pistol* or not. Q. How far were you frcm Monlssey? A. Right be side him. y. How far from Poole ? A. A considerable distance, as h<? was behind the count* r. y. Whose pistol did you hear snapped? A It must ha>e been Moirissey'*, ax I stool right betide him. and besides, it sounded ninth like his y. Did you hesr Poole snap bis pistil A. I did not; I only heard the snapping of Moirimey's pi <tol. y. Well, what happened ? A. Poole aad Morrisiey then pointed their pistols at each other, I <211 not s/e either of the pistols, ax I stood behind Morrisiey; but from their position, and the apprarnnce of things, I ihould think tlisy had pistols in tandi. y. Well, what did yeu do when you hear! th? pistol mapping' A. I rang! t hold of M'urisfey s right arm with one bsvl and with th* other grasped him around the waist, and sncreeled in getting him into a re;?ss that I* formed by the boxing of the door, when the crowd rushed forward, seme policemen then came, an I coining towards Monlssey were about taking him away when Mr. Dvin said, "He I* already in tne custody of an officer," one of the police uikrd m>? for my star. I let go my boM of Morrix?ey and putting my hml In my po' brought out my stur, Mr. Irviu then .iike l these police men why they did not take soms of tbe rest of the pritOMNl1 Q. Where waa Poole at thii time* A. I don't know; I bad all my nttculion ir*cted to Morri*?-y. Q. Well, nfnto what followed. A. Some one in tba crowd eri? d out "Take that man out ??f th- honae,1' I then ?aid to Morrl??ey, "Come, let us go out of th" houso,'" we tlion went out, and on onr way Sown Broadway, hi far as I'rlnce atreet, I arked aeveial tinea if there wn< any one there to make a charge agalnnt Morriaaey, hut did not reoelre any answ?r; wo ?hen walked 4t?n Brmtwir, as far a? Mr. Abel'*, whra Morrljuay went In to hare a drtnU ; I told him he had better not to In there, but be ln*<ated on doing ao , Morris ?py went op U> the bar and (,ot a drink; he aaked rr.o to drink with him hut I refused to <lo ?o; we "tail thtre but a few minat?s. an ! th*n started down Broad way; on mj way down I told him he waa fooliih ts gfl into xucli a 'liitnrbanre. and advised him to ktep away from that place h? asked me to !*?. him go bom* , he pro miied in* by all that wan aarred, If I wouH let him go, be would go home, and not return to ritxnwlx liali ? tain ; we proceeds I down Broadway asfaraa tie corner of Cantl t tr*et, wh?n he stated that he wanted to -*? Johnny I y r (t w? went up stslrs to l.yng'a place Mor riaaey wa< not Into;, ice ted, but waa a little excited; when we (rot to I.ynx * Morria#ey w?nt upanl stoke to h m, I did not hear what ??> aa'd Morrifjey then went t/p to th* bar in ths back part of the mod, and called for a bottle of wine. Q W1 o waa praaent at tV- time ? a. I donot remem ber ?eefi g any one that I kn**, *tcapt Mylar; I know Iia??r, h< waa not tkora I don t know Turner. Hyler and \lorri?a*y drank th* wine together after they bad tiaiHhcri, I wrnt down utairs, calle.1 Morr.?-ey after me, and iiwleted on hla going home, or els* he wo ni l g?t himself and me in trouble; be promiaed me faithfully lie wonld go borne, and I tti. n left him on his wa? home I then atarted up ilradway W> Htanwix Hall a^ain, and there I aaw l'ooia and acme of hia frlenda drinaing wine together. Q What time did you take Morriaaey away from 1 ,y ng's place f A It mult have been about 11 o'elock wltne.s, in continuation? When I entered >Unwlt Hall Poole ?* l to me ? " Old man, take a drink," I refusad. and told I'oole he hail better go bum*, he aiid h* woul<1 be going directly ; h# forced ?* to take the wine, and I took It From him, tut it to my llpe and then placed th* ? lap* down upon the counter; some one too* bold of T'oole by tfce c liar, pulled him into the raceia opnoaitt the counter, and commenced talking to him. I did not hear what this paraon f.ald to Poole I then turned to Mr. Campbell aud Mid. " I'll be going home, a a it l? get ting lata,'' I -hen went up to oaa of the proprietor* of th* place and bought a pair of chicken* from him . I tben went out, go' on th* box of a earritga that waa ootaide, and sua drifts to the corner ot Allen aa<l Houston streets, where I Bred. Hy a Juryg? Whaa via left I.vng's place, did you no tice any man of rmi'l itatare endearorlng to get Mor rlseey borne' A. I did not. y. by another Juror? fid yon not atop at the City lintel after you left Abal'a place' A. Wa aid. I forgot to meatlon that fact. Q. by another Juror? How c*ma ymi to take him down Broadway. instead of him to the etatioa house- A. Well, I thonght that it would be the eaaiast way to calm the exHt?m*nt and labdne the diaturbanca. y. by another Juior?Nd yoa tear:h|M<>rriaaey for a | pistol alter yoo left H'anwin Hall 1 I did not Q. I Id yoa Me a piatol in hia poiaaaalon at all.* A. I did not. g. Ik) yon reoolteet any one In I.yax'i plaoa to Morriaaey that ha (houid go home' A. I do not. bu' acme one might hare laid ao, I may aa well remark a? r? that the next morning 1 want orer to MorrUaay'* father la law to taa If ha had gowa home, and u p- n Inqulty. found that ha had come home that night I then told hlf father ia law that there waa a pro*ee? on for him. aad that he had batter name orer te the Tomb i. and girt huaealf ?p, that da j l|?iftM?y caau ?r?r t? ? * *t the Tombs, nod lelivered btruae'f up 1 brought linn b< fore Justice On-orn.e ? im wii I bud better brag li.m Dp to JflTt-riioa Market Polio# iJourt; tills I dul, had btre lie niH hailed out Q Wtut is hi* fa her inlaw's nam*? A. I think it is J-miili Q Where doe* he reside? A. In Hudson street, I t L nk John WiJiVy being dul/ sworn, deposed that he ra (Mm at Ao. 140 Sullivan stieet Q Wli-re were you ou the ?vcd Dj< of :h* ?ftra> at ^tnuwia Hullr A I >>< >l my pU3e of liuN:a*>i< until ten c'ci >c* on tbe inorn'tg of >*ti b'iay Q Were any of the partis* |h--re un the aouvn evtoinn? A Mr I.inn impLl lt*v~ b- en them, bat I hnvs no recollection of any oue else b>iag present. Q W bei did you bear of Hie dithcultj? A A-.out ouu anl s hs!'' o\ lock two oiicers cam* to my place Q Wnat U?1 they nay? a Mr ljiy ton calleri ina to the kitchen, and na.ii' Hat there bad bcon a murder committed. Q. *h?re di4kf My tlu murder lial Ix eu committed? A. in J^anwis Hall 0 Well, wlial did oe coiue to yon fwr? A. 1<> arrest Maker. Q ltd Baker atop ?t your place? A lie had ocuia at my house; the officer t iki me tbat Maker bad abut Poolo, and tbut tbe latler wa* 1) loir 'Icn '1 at Ptanwlx Hall . I walked up Meroer atrretna far n? Crand, and then went home in Suliivan a'reet. Q Were you ili>uf A.I ill, on my way I met an officer in Ihompaen, near Prince ntruet ; 1 a k?d him it he Lad beard or the murder, be said be bad not; I then told Ulra what had keen told me; lie then aaid it waa quite likely that Hnktr ml<lit rnme back to my hnase, ami that it would he well to set arother officer and watch for him In the alleyway; I then went to mv home and told my wife if U?l<ircame there not to open the door; 1 locked the place, put tbe key in my pocket, and went up to Ht*u w k Mall, where! found Poole dying; I treat from thore to the K-.gbth wnrd station houae, and while there Pin rrcc ana Van I'elt were bought in; I then wnot down to l.ynt's, and saw Turner there in tiw front room- oif tbe Imrrnoni Q. Win Matter there' A. I understood hi) ws* from the conversstion that wai going on. Q. Wai I i np there? A He wan and I win given to believe tint Hater waa up stairs Q Did you Irnar Lyng aay tliat Maker wa* up stair* ? A. I am pretty pititlvu that I d-d q Did you hen r him ea y that he ?a< wounded* A. I aid. Q Where did h * my that he wns wouiided'- A. In ibo belly nod the head Q. Wit* Mr. Una there- A. He waa Q How do job know bo wasv A. Ilecsuae whwn I went I assad for I -no. an'l wan told that ha wa? up at?ir? ; a' 1 waa not a Ire ml of Baker's I d d nut aik to sen Maker; 1 an-ed (or I Inn. for the purpose of getting him away, an I thought that perbupt (linn would ende'ivor to an reto Maker y Do you know any others that were tliers bt-iddes 1 innr A. I ilo not remember. (} Did ymi *e o Harvey Young there* A I did. Q Did you ?ee Connotl mar Kerrtgau there- A. I dul ; lie ia councilman of fie Silth ward. Q Well, what took placer A. 1 weat out with linn. Harvey Young, find another nan. whone name 1 do not rrnn-mhir Q. Who waa tbU th'rd person you apeak of? A. I do not know hi* name; h? wai an an quaintanee of Harvey Yonng c. Q. What wa* the conver nation that ttok place between you when you lei t 1 ytiff'H place. A. We went down Uroome towarda tae the North river, and on our way a po'lceinan looked u* in the face; I wan fearful that linu would he erreated, ? ither a* a witciaa or aa principal, I apoke to the (fficer. and (aid it waa a colJ night, or something to that ellixt; we then paaaed on, nnd when we got aa far a* the corner of Church and Ca nal streets I imited ttirm to come to my houae and take a drink; tbey refused, and we parted; [ turned liaci. to go up Woonter rtreet when 1 waa aci- >*to 1 by <flic?r l.a)ton, who asked me who were the persons that 1 had just parted with, and I said they were not known to hint, and tbat the man that he wuuted was at Lynn's, meaning Maker 1 told him he had better go bark and purronnd tbe bnine: I paMrd on, and he >;ave informa- I tion to Captain rurnbull. I went to the Kivbth ward I ntatiou house, expecting to llaker brougut in, but | having waited some time, I got tired and marted for [ I.yng'a iigain, aad mut Cornelius I.inn on my way; I [ we; t. with bim down to his siatrra, who live in some street I near the Nntional Theatre, and told him to atay there iin'.ll 1 cane back . 1 then went back to I.yDg's. Q. I \t hat con venation took place between you and I.'nn on ! ycur way to bis alstet'* f A. Nothing, except that I aaid it was a bail rune. I . it n said that he did nothing, and that before the firing commenced he and Van Pelt wns outride the building, taking I'audecn along with tbrm Q. Was this all that he said ? A. Hat is all I can remember. Me might have said more, hut I cannot remember it; he said slut Raaer asked l'audten to go up to ritanwix Hall aeveral times, and tbat be refuaed, bui at laat commented. <J. Did ha say with wbat intention they came therev A. No Q. Did he *ay that they knew that l'eole wai there? A I did not bear him lay so. It After you came back to I.yng'*. what U ok place.- A I went up to tbe barroom, looked in the Irovt daor, and saw officer 1-ay'on in tuere. sitting bealoe lurner. U Wno elue waa in there that you knew? A. OmumOmi Kenigan wn* there then, and this. 1 believe is the first time 1 recoll'ct seeing him there Q. Was Linn tiiere? A. No Q Harvey Young there- A. He was. Q Was Daniel I.inn there? A. I refuse to anawer whether he wa> or not. Q Do you re fute to answer on the ground ol fear of implicating your self In this affair? A No Q tin what ground do you refuse to answer tbe i|ueatlon? Is it for fear of impll catltig bliu or youmell? A Well, 1 will answer tbe ']uee tifja. I did t re him there I}. W ho else was th> rei" A. none ethers the* these 1 have mentioned tbat I knew either by name or sight Q. I ;d ?ny of those you have mentioned go up stairs to see Dakar A l.yog calle-l Dmiil Diiin to toine up stair*, and 1 ehould thiuk he d'-l so Q Did Yomg or Kerriran go out' A Well, a, I tbat were there en me I to be passing in and out all the whil", and tbrv talked together, ao that I could not heir what w?? said. Q Do jou know anything vine about it? A. Be fore I went out of l.yng's f law Daniel I ion in tbe bar rcom, where I told bim tbe beit thing he could do waa to go out of the place, as be knew aawellaa I did the peralty in su caees. Q. Was Maker an 1 Ifaniol I.ion friend* together? A So I undera'jinl Q Did you ever hear Hiker threatben the life of Poole' If so, under what circumstances? A. Biker was loading bis [ilatol at my b^u^e one night, (be always canied a oaded putof With him ) when he raid he would take Pi ole's life; Raker said that he had mm" difficulty with Pool*, and would make him pay for It. 1 told bit i no had better not get into sny difficulty with Poole, whereupon be replied, if ever Poole laid hia bamia upon him be would rbcot him 1 ke a dog. (J. Did be often aiy thin? A. 1 heard him say ro on several occ.iaion>; he and I used to have many arguments relative to Poi.le, I being a friend of the deceased ari l oppo.<e<l to Ue other party. Q. Did yon nee Baker la your second visit to l.yna 'a? A. I din Q. Where waa he wh?-u you ?aw bimv A. He wai coming out of i.yng's fide door In Canal street. Q. Where were you? A On the Four teenth war I tide of I'rradway sr.d Canal street; I walked up and do*n the street to find a pollcemin. but ould Lotreeany; 1 wsntet to beta Baker arreatad without bir- knowing I waa the cauae of it. Q *as aoy one ?:th Baker whtn >oua>wlnm? Councilman Kerrigan, Harvey Yang nni another trim whoae name I do not knew, bulXiBould know him if I saw bim <J Was a llvler- A. Ico ntit know l) Which way did they go A Through Canal s'riet to('?n<re I fo. lowed ttiem I saw them going up Walker (treat to llaxter, I think tli it on the coiner of Orange streo I met Ilarvsy Young tail the m;.nl<i i nt t know loming back. lUaer an 1 K-r rigan continueil r n their way tossrta the Bieerr, wlnls Young and tl e c ther mm went In a different direction, I went to the Klghtb ?ard stat on house and gave In'or nistion of th? alTsir to Lieutenant ,-tage Q. Wbire waa I aniel I.inn all tbla time? A. With me. Q Dd he ao into tbe station house with you* A. No Witnasa in contin is'.ioo ? I asael Lieut. Hta?? where Captain Tmribuil was, anl m* replied tbat he did not knoa I then gave him all the fa ' ts I was in po i-a.nn of, atd advl?e<l him to te|?. gra i h to the various station hou-ea; he did not uae the teh^rspli while I wa- there, saying lie would wait to ai-e tbe raptaio first I unl?re'o?d h m to say that the esptsln was gone up town I tl en went up to .?'tanwU I let tl along with a friend if mine aud showed him the blood on the >1 tewalk from there we went home, and I went to bed, l.av-r g been up all night. (( llow was Baker di>**ed - A. lie w<-re a |la?? rap, sbort drab sack overcoat. Q. Waa it his clothing that y< u saw id li m A n.s clothes I don t think belonged to him <J tWio do yon ttiiak thry did belong to' A To Daniel Ijnn he told me he hong it It tne day before from nomehody on b'-ard ot a ebip. Q. What roat did Uon weir? A Coruellus linn gave me a coat to give to Harvey Young, sod Harvey Young give It to Daniel Linn' Harvey Young gave me Cornelius Young s roat, which 1 put on afterwards gave to Daniel 1,-oa tl.en I'snlel lino changed roats. and gsre Uts to flaker Q. Did jou ever hear I.inn threat'-a the li'e of Poole ? A. No. Did vou ever bear of Pauiteen's threatening the li'e of I nolo ? A. No; 1 heard bim threaten to whip li.m ooe day. John Mjl>r was then brought in to see if he eould be ld< ntifii d tv the w tne a s< being one of tlnwie who ae rt.mpanied I'll I r from l.yog's place, but witoeas awore be never >aw him befcre to l.ia knowledge, y Do rou know where Maker is bow' A The last I heatd of him was his sailing in the brig Dabeila Jewett, I peeked up P iktr's clothes. an<! sent them to the Belie Cnioa. ac n rdlug to Harvey Yonng s orders, this happened four or live day* after the oernrrenre (lueati< o by a Juror- Why did yon 'ook up and down < anal street for an officer to arrest Baker, wnen officer I a nit I Una waa atandleg beelre yoo' A. 1 wanted to bate bias arrested, but did not want to lot him know who it was that rained bis arrest l/i-e?tton by another Juror ? Did you see the nUee where Meker was concealed In New Jersey A. I did. q Was tbs bed bloody* A. It appeared ao. (Vneatirn by ei. other Juror? I'td you go to Hermitage Hall. Id Pajard >trret,al> ag with Beker oa the atornmir that he left l.jn/'s t N"?. t/ne?tktr< by er.' U I id jou see a man named Mcl,' win . i tt-rj stable in Jersey <;ity A I lit! <i Had JI Mij < luti raatioo with him na the matter of ilaker s a ltereab>inta' A. I bad not, Judge Huart bad en trie coBveraatu a with him, M Ihd you see a ICu. hc'dt in Jeriey Oty a I did y. ltd sie tell jooc/ Mttkt r s concealment? A She at first denied all knowTSi'ire ol it, but sutise-, neatly made an affidavit before Judge Huart admitting the whole facte. At tUrt* o'ciork Ui? Jury took a rae?? natil At* o'clock. William If. \m? Win* !uly ??or o. Tuat h? tu in htanaii Hall on tb? ?T?ntn* <?! tba ocriirrm ? ia q ufc?'ion > bout fc.?, oclo'k th'l? l> ?M a th?r>, i.ft ? ?* Tool# ???tiding 6?jood tb#- ?n<l of tb* tlnj counter, DMr tb? t ftr th?r? lou<! talkla?, I wa? toM hr ft that r?m? id with *f that Motrin? j ?u .t?oi log Id tbft mi'lrtlft of th? floor 1 tars*) ?roaa'l ?n 1 ?%? b i b* wan rail a( l oola a " fi-?*rl ' ?rv1 t^a latur ?>? na/lsf that " ao 'or?l*a?r ?u ft* fM4 a? aa Ani?ri raa tbor'.f after tbia a roua< &aa ?u ar Mr. Morrteaty, *bo vaated htm to kr.Df bin ?omatblaf which h? -afaaa4 to <to, bat, oa bit bla a vb H tiaM, b* eoo*aat?4. ai i want oat la aboat fl?? ailauto* afterward* I b?*r 1 Mcit'im? ?aj that ba hal ???< for a p'.atol , lacia e*^U?a*l atM'ilaf la tba mm po?ition. ! I'ttiHhf, young m.n cairn in again eom? ,?v " 0*?" ?P and tried to get Mottle**/ away; iloineir "i J?? I would not go away ? that He (olti, to mi,n> ?.r hU p??toI, and ?ee .( th<. j j couiir! would 8>M a ''?' n?ur?le to mujule, or tometb'ng to eltl'Ct. Me** * "V. ,#*ap|,'''oole, whm the Ut'>r tlppnt! ?<* !???> ??! >???*? of my lant'oti c*ci', liow .11 'f i .v"y *''r* ,,,">lnK ab???t light ?!>.?? ich otl:?r ???,.??! "fi D' xt "'log that I remHinber awuag wii? | MM OOP sailing Out to Murrlaaey ?>>t to a!i."C*; *umr' ti ne eaid to liim, " Von dammd fool; * I Ihuo rrtwated ,owV, :'oc*' f'*ri?g 1 moult be ah it, whea I T Morn*''Jr fc'lng his pi*tol levelled toward* Pteile. and kmp i it ?t bim lit r don't thina there wpm *jy c?|? i rn the ytatol, for rf there had been 1 atioal t ii'-ae tiiT'i rjr ": y '?0', in*nJr *"*??? J"' y?u l?3nr tne oi*tol anar?e,l - A oM/ouw. (J. Wtfct ?a* Poole ( ? i"'*i tw i "H1* A' ir?" ?t<">4iu r. with arinte ??]?*?, b*fore, ?? the back of th. c<w.u-w. o Did Pcole >ay anytl, v , Ui)llk i(l , 1. . ?,}0u 5?T":'r' M,? 01 ? b ? V ' 'h ok ?? ????! ! ? * h*'fo1' ?*' " the piatol wan enapped. (, It Poole 1 !??? P,r?*tI4 i * . at \I?rrlk?7, would ;tu have nil i 1 ?"""'d- y. I'M ton h.-rr tb*t ?? wbo'TT t |,iHt"1' A 1 ,M ,r"'n ?"? a,*!' .w,", Kl'"1 h" pro <eoted .i pistol flreS y *b? happen, d to..,* A A ru.l. w.a t?*K Jn ???? ?ry W.V ul,eo bl4<'l'i ?n<l thou ?tart?i ?ut ' ,,ulic', Pllln, in to'l t"ol. ?Hm ?*?y. Q. I/ld you are l'.,olo on tU top or f?e I <TU,f i.L ,0U *nr" tb're)' A- 1 <ll ? n#. ! 41 I T V . !,ne wo JOU lure His n Unit t A. 5 ' ' ?1ioh1i| g |i?| j,lu reiJ).,|0 lll( n afur n,)r | r.^7 vwUktOMiy A Hut h few moment, whtc I I i id go baek I a*kM where I'oole wan, wh?ii niinn >>nx touj me li* had hem Ukrn out lUe back way, l?u? to U>? Kijrllh w?'d tit# Hon hou?? By a Juror y I?o you I kiow what Uo?rir??T a?ke<l tlila young mm to do for ' -1 ? . '?? fcot ' ^t my im (>roa?i.?n w?i that h? | W?I -fd to K*t a (.latol l!y another y I'M ?ou ?ee Mr li Tin III. re A I ell', y What part did h? take in j n lrm it. .H' JJj , "T !? Moirlwey out of tho I p are. Up *??? ni"d to do all i tj hia power to pn-vimt the I not^ oaUor M?* "tUbb<Jra' ?""" 1 Gfurge I., yrrtn, of the Fourth ward pidioe. bolog ".f ?i0?.J'P?"lThat he went int.. Mtan.U IlaU along witb officer Hojian In a luck room were a number of per HOn? di i ti? log aloi'g ?Hh Morrif ey. lha Ur?t w.irl-. that 1 beard proceeded from Motrlaney, who aald ? Come, drink a lottle altng with me." 1 then heard oBlcer Wallace jajtog I'oole in ouuide her.. ,?d there will l,? difficulty ' HorriMPy Mid 1 ? did not tic.n to have one, but would not i go out. Morrtniwty tlen ?ent out into the Iron', room an I cemmenoed talking *tont co<m.h ?r atociacy. y. To whom < id he adiireaa thla language y A. To atme one that win talking to him Morria^ey t|?.n went townrdu where I'oole wa? aUoding, and called him "a cow .rdly non of 1 ab? h; Morrta?#y acted a- though lie wanted to u?t at him ; I oole did nr.t reply, but M.ided at him Morri- ey ' Upt on talking in thin way, when l'jole replied that I McrriMejr had taated hi* molton and did not like me I llorrlmey raid "You cowardly aon of a b-h, you darti ' not light me acroaa tin* counter with platola " Poole aai l ' Yet l't'ne;" Morria^ey kheoeiclalmn I, -.liaw, ' I'oole ! thet dr?w bla weapon out Morrri ?ey had 'no In hii J ?nc' ?t tliin timi' Mnrrig?i*y th<-n n runh towards ' rootonho jumped right on tlie counter to c\t tr of bim; be tin n w*nt back (e lii.t Urat p<>nit'on a^ain y. Wt*n Toole got in th< counter did h? proaent I a piatol at Morriaaejr 1 A. I!? did Mr Irvin caught ?' hold of Morrlamy then and a-Hed him wuat he j meant; Pitiln coinmenre.l talking loudly, and aall he could "lick any Iriah non of a b? " Mark ' Maguire then came up to I'oole and a it id 'he wai ax ;;oo I I a man an I'oole w.ta " I' aaked tlm In what way wai I he a.i giMid a oia;< aa he waa; Maguire aaid ' in any way you have a mind to take It " a big knife that lay no the counter waa picked up by I'oole who toM Uagulre to pick up another one and light with It, Maguire, howerer, *ou!d not do ao; aaid that he would be murdered if he ii d, ?Biled by naymg that he had dooe wrong, and aaul mn.etl.lng about I'oole'* being kind to hia brother; *ot>n after thla. Ilaker and Ove or an otbera came into the place, y. Who were thore that accompanied Ilaker/ A. I dot I know them by driuo Q. Wan l'uudf?n ih*rt>\' 1 A- I could Lot *Ajr g. Wa# lljrW thw1? A. I think h? waa. y. What followe.; r A Morriaaey then came for- I ward and aaid "now draw," I'oole drew ha piatol, atand ! Ing at tie tine in tho recea* between toe coun tira, officer Hoe got in front of Morriaaey and and he ahoukl not light, ami; caught hold of him I'oole aecmtd to lie the cooleat man In the crowd, while Vorriafey ae?med much eicted. and threw hia piatol over Kue'a ? boulder and (napped It at Pmile, when two of the ?alter'* Irlenrte, who were atand ng beaide him, imiae.JI ately lett bun Mortiaa?y then i nappel the piatol again twice in ijulck >ucee?aion. y Were there any capa on Moiilaaey'a piatol'' A. I ahoull think there were, ao far j a* 1 am t apable of judging after Morriai eyha l amtppel the piatol at him, Home one in the cr.ied aike l I'o >le ! why he did not Are at tinman, y, wheri'iipou I'oole re \ piled that he wax afraid of abootfng iouii Innocent man ? nd be alio aaid that if the big loal-r would get out of the way from thoae that were lloi irround him he would ahow him what he would do. y Ihd you ever I.ear who it wn* that brought the piatol to Morri-ey? A. \ i'B, I hrnrd (but Ci|it?in K)n<Jfri bi<l done no. hut I gufMi It wan only iaM in n jo*?. By * Juror Did Hyler take .iny part ,n thaa'Talr' A. JT<? -.ill not. 0. IIow long }'oi?lo on tito counter/ A Not more, than a aecoud or two y. Were you there whan Moriirery waa taken away' A. I waa not, y Wore you 1 ..ere when I oole waa taken uway? A. I wa*. y IM1 llaktr do or aay antbtrg w! IU he waa ther^ ' A lie did not y Waa I aniel Linn there;- A I did not aee him Famuel A Ruyilam, being duly iworn. depoand That be reaided at .No KiWarien atreet: on the aftemoon of thr ooootrtnee I went to .-tanwli UaU, ana *!*i I there from atiout dark unlit 12 o'clock; I went in company with !lr> vet Major Morton Falrchlld, Captain l?wia of the I/iulaiana I ragoooa. and Goloni I K.eld of Kentucky we w?nt into the back room or aaloon, and had aome little re<r?ahment; after dlacuaaltig two or thiee bottlen of wine we had a eong, about an hour aftec dark Mr. Mori.aaey c*me in. he cam* into the reom I, Sowed to him and aaked if he would takt a glata of Wlte; he >at down and partork of the wine; In aoout llfteen miuute* afterward I aaw Mr. Pool* c<B ng itlo 'he place, I aaw him before l^.rriaaey aa e him I aaid, "there'a I'oole, M?.rr a<?y , what d<?? thia masn I then >ai4 "thi* <j uarn 11 ng ia disgraceful In a thouaand waya. Why cannot you let me acttle it-' Mor rl.tey thin aaid. ' Mr Buydarn I have been vary badly treated, and catnot do it." During thi* time Po-ilw waa taking hia aupper Intheoih-r room. Morrliaey walked out of tb? room toward* I'oole, and the flrat that I heard waa the rxpreaiion, "you are a liar. ' and a* I ?uppoaed, by I'oole I got up and went out then, and I'oole aaid he could whip M orrlaaey and the thief along aide of Llm Poole then moved toward* the recea* near the oyttrr atand. ^blle here Poole drew hia piatol, and bald it over hi* head The landlord, J*ck Hue, an 1 Jim Irvin -omlr g in between bim and M' rri*-ey Irieil U> atop the ilUtoihaoce. MorrUaey then *ent aome one out on an errand anu I then got bold of Tool* aral brought him Into the rece** betwen th? eating aod diiuk ng count# r H bile here, Poole tol I Morr.aaey to com' up, to bim and he woald light him on an equality , at thi* trie I he young man that Morrlaaey *? nt out oia ao <*r ran i r- 'urced, an) handed a* I ?uppo?ed a pUtol to V. rri*?ey; Moiri?-#y then adeanead U? the uhMle of the l.r or ?lth hi* pi-tnl iu hi* hand the weapon waa capped I e waiked up to Poole aloog with Iry.n and *ome other man whni I dtn't know Morrlaa -j r?i*.-d hia piatol an I patenting it at Poole enappet it at him twice, thi capa djil r, ut etpUaie aa sooo aa Mr Irvin *aw that the ca-.a did not hrtai he (topped up between M.,rri**ey and I I ?.ie, and caught the former around the waiat Mr l ee# t i en ren e loraard. and while try log to hold Mor t\ rry he wa. kn"ckeil down by the for over * open hand h? did not Ptrik* him with hi* flit I prnt a rnAii ? roii ml to the fighth ward ata'lon houae for twelve po Inn .n, With word alto to Captain Tumbull I then wett up to Morrlaaey and aaked bim If I could not aettle th. natter, he .aid no, that he had he*n loo badly i'j a \ thee Ken ; I then a*ke l hua If he wi.uM flglt I'fioU on WMntnd*/ with oiatoU .\f< rr ilfj i?ld ht would with the irr?%U?t Kir. I than went to Piole ,Dd aaid, ' Mr. Poole wfll ycu 1 fhr on n?it at t*n na^#n with I luff. Pcolt ?tld h? woiild I told tlm oflhurt in arrmt tie., m-n when they laid they ha I no right to do *o i n.". I ma le a charge, I aaid I woul I not make a charge the Officer* Iben went up to Morrlaaey who waa ia a cor ner. .nd t.o* him away, I went up to h.m, and when I retuirieil aft.r aeeli.g hm taken away, I found that I c. le bad been taken away a!?o, in a fee minute* after war * 'o|. returned to HUdwIi II II .,,d atoo-l at the ny.t. r bo* for *ome time he a*k?! me to take em? wine w.tb Lim at five minute* l?efore !'? o clock I left him in tha' pr.ition, and biddi'igblm (Oodnifht, went home a* I parted, that I would .- hfm to morrow I vlaited ..lm the neit <!ay at hi* re*i. fence, and aaw bim aaerwar op to the evening ore hi* death he Ug.| me that liakrr bad abot him In the cheat and that Tor ner had al ot him In the leg y iHd you aee I'oile Jqan on tha counter ? A. 1 did not. y. W?.|)d yon have Mea If be bad ?>?^thaie< A I moa'. certainly would, a* I w* a watching all hi* movemetite earefuily der ea.eo tl.o *ta?ed that he helleve-l thapi.t I that Mor ll*aey .rapi-ed at him ??lnnged b. Mr frwm I wi.h U, ?tat* bare that Cant, lew a did not atrika Mor-i.eey aa ha* been teatJfled to by oae witaea* a do*en other* can corn i'.r?t. my atatemant T JfiPt ?M h?r? Adjournal ?nt?l 10 o'cl^k th? fo# low l)ff BOTBlBf ? PROCKEDIKOH OK THK COMMON COflfCIL. I It* Hoard mrt j aa'arday aftarnoon, at i o r\t* k , puna nut to lijootnmnil, I> D Cteow, , l'f? ? ?!??>' ia tb?(h?ir. Tba imautai of tba U?t a?aatln( ??ra raa1 bb<i tjprotad. M?ti> r"B mnii-rn>nii ny mi rou> t Ouorllptn Iba rhilr, >?1 tl>a l'r??i <*fnt I' I' I (ll'H lb* InllnirliK rw>hi1 <? - ??? tn ir-:?r~1 at HUn ?l? Hall, No 17W Broa'taay, ia ">? ti'j of N?? Yurh, it lt> ? ' ?'?f o' Stth ?t NUHi/, m4 !<*m iia k?r lb? | f fKi|>al parp?tra*or of Ik* w urVr. bwkiU?r to h??a (?iml't"! to ??<-ap> irr?l. and ?b.'n< ia f>r tl?a of) tba polk* aitl.orll a? af ihla tltr la frailM u< >? I ?r?r to awapa. ar? juttljr loot?) uy-? 't.'V tH o by ??' ? K??l?f'V That hit bewf tha Mayor ba iitlwxIiM itJ d>r?<-*ad to oT?r a r????l of It W) for tha arraat a?! rruTlrt > a af I awl* Hal ?r for tald mnrdar, aa i that aa. 1 rrvart ba paid oat of tt* etty traatury la ??<>?tnr ' ha adorUoa af tha forafotn# roaalaUm, Iks rraa^Mit tV4 tbat ha ka<l ?ary *aod nana to ba l.ata 'bat llakar ??? at lbt< la *a? Jataay. It n, irM ta '.haotht tbat ia tka pr?aabla to Iba rwi ?u a > ?* B?Jaat aatplnaa ha t Ixwa *a?t af*M tka l? 'lea bat ttet|k Ha Mba >'ra*vd?at ) kaaw manr ladt Visual ' A<OT) Who vara aa ?ff. ?r, ? aa onnld ha 4*a r?'., aai L> 6 (!?? ?a? tltt tha dap*r1?a?t aa ln?| a? v. t . ? eci.t jm*.x? ?ara caaaaeia* w.U ??? I n .-nt", wooM b? aadljr deficient In Itv duty. He did not to uny eulogy upwu ill* do f???d. but the outraged Unit of the comiTry mu<l bo vlu Heated. Still, I 1'oole win n-' Meilthy mnva'n. nor wan h? a* b?1 a? the , pa pel ? of tin clj h* ee r> prem-nteii him t?? be. Ii? J k if rut. ?ln J tlj?t if ft amtabl* reward had burn olTerol lot J'al era airut immediately the allruy. he would I l'*i i kn n Tl.o tieaidri* further Mid thiit he never been a ?(roog aorocaW- I'oUce bill h? ?a r? lh? I>egielature, but nn>ler tV * present ciroum jiliiiot* be hiia UuliiHi who rule tbl primary election* w?*re uHua'l; the men appointed under "" prevent eya ti-in.. He hoped the preamble and re noil ''"n wo"'1' ,M> ortop.'^d. and that if the Mayor wauted Ui? authority to o..>ra eufficient reward for ihe capture wf "?'pri t'u* Bord m not he backward In giving It. ClUBil van Manim thought tbere wa? Mint thing in the j nwtnL^t wblch ?a> not called for by the re* "HutMB. It y?' noth.'og bat an enureeci nca on (he bud\ ' , would liWe to enow what the alur on the I'olic* Da part liient, i.v??rte.t in the reaolutlon, had to do with l',# alter of i "ward. The Hoard of Couactlnieu w. urt judge! of thw J'ollce Department, aud tlie riapom tiijtjr al ouW rtat ?fcerethe!aw place* it. The gontl* in 1.1 (I'ouonr) wiitifn to put the in<inht>ra nl the Hoard In a falre portion, iw?l make them eith?r vot? for the I rewsvfl <r pl.vre th? rntire I'nl'cn UlputiMIlt unlet I .1 h?i n of rrn'iet.Toatlon 1 he whole utory in to be found i|j the folic* bll? before the f^'al.iture. of wb eh the lf< ntlrsean now ?ay? he lain favor. II* (Councilman Mailer ) thought ,bal eur'ja atitement at tliitt InaerUd in the preamble air,'in?t tl.?r police wan wrong and tin juet, (or So Inew iimhj me.iib.r* of the police who well atd tflic:nitly performed their duty. I( the objection able olaut* waa not t&trn ont, ho would r ite agonal the reHo'uflnn, though kr wta in favor of autliontuvf tbo Major to oiler a reward lor the arroef of u.b.r The I'KHMiiairr aad that all the meioboraof the Police Depirtment ahould not tak? tco alio .ion nupreaae 1 in Ike preamble fi tl.emaelvoa? tbo e only would feel it to whom it applied II an oflh-er failed to p?rforn? hia duly, the lioaid wan bound to tell htm of it, and thia wait all the meaniUK tb? resolution in mutation iiit*?'t*d to convey. He had it on good authority that Maker ioul'1 have l^een arrvnted the very nt^hv HMmM thn outre i?e. ( ojncilnaen Wandbm. wan in favor of tha preamble an I tOMilut nn nil they stood. Hoar any ge ntlciuan soul I (ail tn vote for the preamble, which huidI that the pjiice hail been remits In their dutoe, ha oouM not conceive. IIik police authorities wore not simply the policeman, hut top Mayor, tha City Judge ami tba llecorder. lie thought th?t the language iu tha preamble waa not too ? tiong, becauae atirpicion ? liJ rest 04 high authorises. That man, Baker, who has been a disgrace to society for years, wan retained in thn police; and by wliom t Hy thn r very authorities who have mib i"'|ii"ntiy be?n re nil ' in tb'irwdiavnn to eoptu ra Thou* author! ties have ihimti that thay nre not capable of being at the head of tha 1'ulico liepnrtmeut of tha city ami county of N?w York. ? nunc. lira 11 MaTiikk challenged any member to n\y that he hail taken any political position In what h<> ha I said Hi' waa not sent to tbe llourd for political pur |o-i?. lie Octtxl tba nutli-maii (Connover) to prove that police :ti poimments hail been made, under thn pre ?'?flit system, ou political or partlsnn grounds. He eas pri' to niiet any man on tba floor iu diaomalng thla i| ii> atn o ami m vl'ltt ing proof* of what ha assorted, i.t-n though hit friend 011 Ilia left I [Wendell) ? thn Boa nergcs of lha iloard ? tbe Chancellor of the K?che<|iier ? tin' > hainumu of heavy weights ? threw hiinielf Into the lea to. What WOlUd liomt of tba finance* of the Hoard ? what wouM become of tha right* of thn peopln, if his j r"ince in the Hoard wait loat ' Hut, returning from tbto digression, be ('Councilman Mather) oooten that th# pfanihle to tba re.'lution under u d-iatlon black hailed tba whole polk <? depart ."nt,ande< ijh waa unjust. Tbe I'kmwkit thought that the gentleman (Mather) intruded to turn thn matter into ridicule, in order to de ffat the r i'-ol u t i <>n lie bad no objection to alter tbo preamble of the resolution by inserting "whereas, a por tion of tbe police authorities, jio." in regard to making police appointment* for political ootuid eratkm, would aak why men who hare suved New York aa ofticerx for yeara without a ?tain on their character, were oh|lge<l to give way? An I wby are otbera appointed In tbelr place, en ept lor po lltical reasons? lie waa opposed to striking out the pre amble of the resolution, as suggested hy torn* mamV'ra, fur it contained nothing but facta. Thn i'reai lent con clut!?d by mnv.iig a suspension of the rules, aucU being required before the reaolution could Ire adopted by the Board. Ihe motion to suspend waa then adopted. Councilman MaTui.u thought the matter should g? to the IVinimittreof tbe Whole, and aake I t|?e (liair wh?ther auch waa not the eaae hy the rote juit taken 1ln> Ciumaaif! that t>y tha rule* lieing iua|enda<l, the re>idull<>n muat lie acted upon ?' thia time. loiinrilinao (Jkay mmi ted that the resolution be refer red ?o the (^rmmittre ot the Whole. Coiiccilmeii M "TIIHI said he hnd aak?d the Chair wbat would be the elfect of Hiapendirif ttie rnlaa an t the Cbatr anawersd that tbe resolution woold, in that n?-?, beacte<lorit<i niylit Tlie rule auapen led vaa thesernntb. which >eys that resolullona givmc rise to debate should be j asaeil over Now, hy the twelfth rule, the reaolu tion muat go to the I'orrmluee of tbe Whole, lie re ferred to the forty second rule, which enacted that any rub may l.e suspended for a special purp ise, lo order < > ahow that tin' ae\emh rule, aod not the rule* of tbe Hoard gen'-rally, w> re auajieudi 1 by tbe foregoing Tote of th? i oard Couocilmsn tin* r ino?e>l to atrlkeout all after the wonl "arreet" akere it appn?ra in tbe preamble, down to the word resolved M< tloii loat l.'i uncilman MiTiiltlt aald tuat Inaatauch aa he TOlad under a mtxapprebrnaion, be woul l move for a rwoooal Oeration of th? vote, and he hope<l that tbe Hoard would accr.rt) him tl at privilege ihe l'Ri?ii>Kirr waa opposed to a recon-iderat.ou of the vote. Councilman <jRar aald that the irent'emon (LU>nor?r,j bad \ot>'! to reler a resolution for on Mondaf nlyht to tbe Committee ? f the Whole, and now be wantel a tern lutlon for |5,cOU to be panatd at once. Thia waa no' ronriatent ( uunc.lman Wiivwaioirr wa< opp<<-*l to the reeot itioa, and oppueed t<< any suspena.on of tlie rnlaa. t'oniic Iman ?ai ! that llakar hail tbreatene 1 h ? life rtnntly if be would not give him money for e>e<:tii.orerlug purpcrta. liut be would aooner suffer bia life to be taLeo than give auuh men one cent at tlie polls, linker and his *eaor:ale? attacked hint iCoowell man Ridder; and Dearly killed his companion, and If eattee he waa not chopped to pieces ltix*r *aa libeiab^l lie wished to tote not only foi tbn resolution, but for tha <ntlie prearnMe, for he i.elli ve<l that the whole po lice authorities, from brad to foot, were to btoine for o< t arrratinf I aU r on the nigbt of tbe murder. Councilman fU'fi aaked the gentleman whether llaVe ?a? a member of the Pol.ce Department at the time <A tl.e aftratf Councilman Rjppih anawered that b? waa told he was. Councilman CUKar aake<l the ge-u' ai^o wbeth r llaker areaulte 1 hiin' Co'incilman Kimjcr aald that be made bo other aa Mull than demanding monry of him 'lb* motion to re< nnaider was tben put and lost (oundlman I'CHliT wa> opp .aael to emnerating the police aatboritles. if* bel>re 1 tut the C'lamunity de maodi d such a (ensure, an I te )n p??l th\t the K>ntle mi n would vote tor the preamble aa it (tood < aurii i!ni*n loom wn lo favor of cen jriBtf the wLnie > ,u ad all tbe polire authority a, from beginning to >nd There were worthy men in tbe depaitmeat, but they w iii Id not take the rrn?re to thcmeelvee ( ounciiman I'Kat moved airaln an aneo lmm1 , that the preamble to the rvaolutinii ano jld r?al aa followa ? Vtiresa tbat portion of tbe police department (|irh au.ed in tte es< ?i*of llaksr, are justly looked upon with ?usp c.oii, Ac , winch amendment wa> pit to tbe vote and lost Ceuncl'man Rr?:ii wished to state tbat whru he rot" 1 to raat a ccnsuie upon tbe I'olice departm at, it wee only i.pon that portion ?M-h deserved it Ihe prt amble and re-olutlon were tbea put an I a iopt ed on a vote uf ill to 14. The Hoard adjourned after traneaetiof a- m? further, hot unimportant huainese. Cm Prraonal Irit* iri rrttill'4 U i him that U|it Htm C IWt-l, ?li,, Ira* U*n I) it ( ?t tl>* point of -Math, It** i u> l?r rKoi?i?l. tbronfh th? -UTOtlon ao 1 *cfratift? *fciU of t'r friar* th*t l.< li o>.? 'niii>r?J ?utlr?lj out of luff Tl.a fi llowir < ll ?t ?f Amarfan* *m aotar?1 at tu hint n* t.ouMiif 1 mr/?t(,n *?!!? k <? , Pari* ? V J. t^r p?t( K ?lfa M. Y. C. I Murpbj N Y A. <> " M. I' HalobrUfa .. " II. rr?irk?r " f A. Iawt?w? M?** K. li?n<>r??D '? S' (i < t,?|ia . .... ?' I I ? liaio f H - ii a ? 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H r ?l Mm J ll-4|**a *?? * N*W?* t II P II y lnw <1 l<i)?l<hM I ill t A Oit !?' * '"V Tk"? M? I r R? Vuiii II ? II f Timil, M' ill Km I i T'Ull Nftiiri * < < >.r.f ?f Nl?* ? aatrtaafc NIm * Mr ??4 Mm M '.Itirii Mat ll?r*i I. H r?^a 'af< A ? ? i? li A J H l?nH I>*?|< ?a4 N*ar> *a?H?f ll??'r n>'i u n u?? * "mm iim w, uti, i u *? ria* > Tf?k*??r^ Mti Ai'r-4 Wm M<iri? II !!*??? ?.!??? M ' ...r II - ?*|4. Mr *a4 Mm r Mm *i?j? ?? linn 1 riff )f Tin *i ? ??. *? Il.?r? 1 M c ??? In M ?t*r? Mm ? n/V? ?al ? k? 4 ill HHlUlM M lu4nU>| ? ?l m iafi. r?f Llorf <4 la ?b? ???*?>?? if ? ???4? (a ?? "*? U* Mr aa4 Mr* < UtrlM M iuh Mim *MOra?? M.m ?? ?I 44ai4. Mr* ? ? ?arr?. M .? ? ?va?4??? M?*-^ ^ * I >i ? ? I l.*m Mil Marr* , W ? M ?rln??'"? R ? *r. ' hi- ?,**4 vwi |a (?i.iii'?'J?*i'Vi^iiii?.iri* PRICE TWi? CENTS. ARRIVAL OF THE PA^IHC. TEN DAY8 LATER FROM EUROPE. MINISTERIAL CRISIS. RECONSTRUCTION OF THE E INGUSH C.\VQVT? Lortl John Ruurll .l^nin in Offirr. ANOTHER BATTLE IK THE CRIMEA. MORS RUMO&B Or FBA0M. RUSSIA OECLARED WAR AGAINST SAROItWA. \ luraored Resignation of Lord Raglftn. DEATH OF JOHEril Hf.?. Riot h in Liverpool and I^ndon# DECl 'IKE IN UREADSTUi'm -COTTON MiBKKT DI LL. CONSOLS UNCHANGED', * tftCn A?. I1U' ' m?H at^mnhlp n*.if,c arrlrM ^ iJTi'rpodl at noon, on Kri.'ajr, the 234 ?|i b*r , b-v.iig be*,. protrMUJ fro.i.iLwIr e.y*?. On h.r homeward trip th* V l*ft Ur.rpy,) ,t | on th. morning of Tu.adajr, t^. -.^th ult Tim I* l?il feadp Hook on t.ia Htli of fkbroary la a ?h.tarly atorui. Th. gal* c?niiau^' lrmm th* ea.t th* 'nil'" pa.aag. a Urge portion *f the Mm blowing ver, heav, Arrived at Llv.rpool oa the, at l^o elock, alter fuurU?ti haura' drtantloa th* porl, in a heavy gal* from Um ?ut <oow4 tln.ially. Kuund the Mar full ?f |?t th# aim., at without ahlpplng. H?lled on Tuned*,, th. ?:?, ull, at ? A. M. Ha<l heavy weaUrly (tl?. th* (He! -..h* day* after leaving Cap* Hear haw oil tba Hbama*, a* 1 1'. M.,on the ^7th ult., a ?t?am?r, auppamd t? l? Africa. Could oot ijuiU make her out, It baing i . jr thick at the time paaaxl ablp American talon In Uttr river. The ball aUamer Inlon, from Ne* vork, arrived air Cowea at a o'clock on tiia afternoon of Monday J4HM ?11 well. ' Th. Africa and Harab Haada had not arrived. The 9M< by th* I'aclBa I* ijaite lnteie?tlng. Tba Hal merotnn Ministry, within t*n daya fr..tu Ita fonnatloa, bad fallen to pi *<-**? th* Chancellor of the Kirhaquar tba Horn* Hawtary, and th* Chief Um of tbe Admttaltr baying realgaed. Tli* oatenaibi* sauna of tb?lr reel***, tioo waa the auceaea of Mr. Ko*buck a motion for a com, nutter to Inquire into tba ralamatiacemeut of tfc# war. It waa well understood that, boel<U th* caaa* iparlDH, there wire point* of privet* 'l'*arr*eaaal winch raalerel It Itnpoeaihl* for th* meaiber* of th* Cabinet to act Uif*tb*r. Mr Roebuck aad hi* ?upportera have eeeuted their committ**, and nwn aaya they will not r*at aaUattM without the mi^h meat of "certa.n parti** ? ?n?*aniag Ur l Kagiaa a*l one or mora of th* ei M tnUtera. I'almeraton hai faund great trouble In ran i.|| ng hki >. iiiai, ?u4 orn j?t the (KgmtrncU'iii i* not com> pl^M. I^ird Jol a Ilueeell has cnnMint*<l to at-ip a gap, hm taking the Colonial fr< retaryehlp , in the lueautime ha coropletoa hi* miaaiua to Vienna. A erll laformed MUfte ie/1 that the Karl of WU* will be introduced Into the new, eul a plaa* found for Mm at th. Hoard of Control, although th* publi-hed arronnte aaaign another p>r?>a to that uBtm. Tlie larl of Carli*!* la to be Vlcaroj of Ira'an l, wiUi th* very Irieh pr-.vleo, "pnivlded the pree*nt Vi.Mrw would like to realgn I" Th* new Chancellor of Ui* Kx<-b. ju?r I* Mr O C. I?vi*L aa untried maa. Tli era a f u+uj who baliav* that further aad raatw important mo-liricatioc* nut Imandlatal/ lm male Tlie following la the lilt of th* n-w raloiatr/, *o far M it had b??n arranged ? Klret I ord of tl,? Trexury , . Uxn p, i utvrmm I-ord Chaarallor 1'iao) aaawoant.' M.rutrr of foreign Aflaira Iy,ai, i i m,,,,, MialaUr of War |y?i. | ,,-t ? Ifoai* lieoertment xla Uatra/i* Uaar . Colonial Iwpartmeiit l>o?r.J..H, itcwau < hau'eljor of the k.irh?<| i?r Ma it ' ijwia. ' 1 th" Admiralty -i* ( NiaiM Wo on. flilaf f otu r Moode an-i Woraa <ia W M .-anw .afw rrrai<trnt of tbe < ouncil, . ii?. I'oatuiaater <irn*ral . l/>at> (^?* i?u ?"* I'nvyHaal I?fa? ??? Awria. l>'TO I.'eiiteoant of Ireland, > no* tbe migration of the , KaU. <if CaaijmA harl itf Hi Germane ......I Oiief fWietar^ for Ireim l Mr ll"MMa*. A l/.rd of the Ireeau rj in room I , ?f ford H' ho retired | *V'l ht. kii 1'ieel :< nt of the lioard of Trade i/,*r. Ktj mrr of AlWrlv VIC Preaideat do Mr. Lais?i H*cre<ar/ U> lu<ard of Coatrol Mr lla*?r tUraock. The I on ioa J,m a Id* to Ui* abov* _ ,.lh* "f Coatrol, tbeliuchvof I ?n-a*ur, a?t h. t nder H^r.tarj.b far the r,,!,,,, and llawU fta perrmeat ?ra n/.t, we hel?? UJ( y.r??B rrnitli hae l^en a^.ken of for th. India IV^rd bat rut a* we under.tend. up.,n Ivltfient authority We If i h. df I1 ,"*'n ,h* ,",rhr?' uW, f I "T'l M (>*r inane d-^e not aa lae.paHrt.1 ^.,gn IM lor.! Ijeutenanrf of Ireland Hi* l?ndon ix?? AA, ia-li- iUI tha Earl >,i iJgi* far th* I'reeidea j ?f u,e If^rd of Umtrol It ta notieaable in th* rarli*rn*atar/ *t|na*aUeM th* member* of the go<*rnraeot ei^re*a bop**, rtt& | d?nt hopaa, that th. |?ndJag ?*g?UaUoa* wlU i*a4 u* an boaorahi. pee . N*v*rihtieee. aoae of U?? '>atea* r*lai la their war a?Uvit/ Ih* l^n lon .??? .^th* l&th ultimo, pahUba* t*a following Itrna Madrid, thiVm .v;ur'7.,,;,r ?. u* i?*. , ,, , , . or?l*ri Affa ire, n repljr to * 'i*e*t.oa M U, the .t ate of tbe r.latlona with tt. I'anel M.uw begwad peraiaaio. to den/ the! he ^r h ** ^ O TV"r/"U^rl ea I he t*e? ea d Jkr / ttii'4 y. 'rnm*n/. ? n tk' I (.4 /a '* "1J*" mm*'" r~ re i ** ' ?rrt"4 krtf M ee<<?iM*r kid already U/l. e*Uj .. f> .e ?i ten V/ e i h mit t? ft mm* 9 f?tzi gil ??!* fM L^u. t*? ? Oa U ? ^ in In ?# wait ,| nr9 ?r? Hi Vcfir l ?l!h tfc? *A \hm f*?| M flUtM, and ''.ne*., 'ienti/ .e lava th* h?p* of arrll inff at a pa>ilc aolut.oa 1 * Th* l"arie M'mtUur tau . i.-ee thai the rapaWl. rf v*w Oraaa la adhere* to U.a j rtneipl. of aaatraiitr ? tb. preaeat war l'?4 Jut. a H .??li ha4 a l*atU^a*4 laUr.^w wrtk ' ??>*?'<-' ptWTWaa U hi* depart,/* f*r Vlaaaa n*? *r, ?t* ?IK r??ke of OamWllg* vm* k*a aeat a tb* Houa* of lord* for tbe fr.t f 'a>? a aoe hi* r?'.crn from th* Crirr,** l*Td l Omer.ton eutad U> U<* lUg jeh C .?a?*a* U>*t ,,B* 'hat (/? d I -i -aa *u re- >Uad ? tn* tiaee e.aA* Mr*niaaa l a th* ' r "<?a. la <eaw^M*e> 4V 'er*t*a* oet.aer, t * ao I l*tt d Hagiaa -A Arreaaa* * render' : it i?i(* l.U fa* th*aa to a< t ha |*tker 1*4 CikMC'''* aiea I'aW la r>^i; t? a <|?Mtiea kf <"?1. Mbthorp thai l?i Ma WyaM r?? iee mt? aalary for ble ?ia*k>a U V -aaa hla efpeaeM ^aif aaald k. |e ; Twelr* baadr?i *?'? *?d a la/ge ^aaatity af aappMaa, are i*ta.-a*d at M*r??lil?e far waa* af traa?p*rt* to |ha Ct'?e> la f oaiaa ltae af th* '"WBoee, tfc* f>a*-wtta? a# tW r.'he^aer ?-ved the r^*al ef the aawepa^er aaS the r .p,a .Uoa, I* iMHa tkere- f, af a aawepapav ) n' *c* *f ' ?? p'??; p? foar aaaee .*^ht, A hell waa ordarad to b* fraaaad aa tba** raa.,|?Uoa* The |* to pro*M,t?d far pat, uh ag f , r I ^a* a bigkl/ (?lova>: r- aaaar* af t V l/aratw* Joeaph II .Wke la laad aaeh ratpatid aad ram<M4 M Tb?r* had 4I<><mU4 hi* wri?1 ,j * fali a* th* taa. j t re^h yaper. Matii* thai th* r,?7 ?f <*?*w. ?? ItaJ/, had kaaa aia^wt d*alr?rai hp aa aar<ih*aah* * ey; iwMM*t wiather had eaaead e'. 9er eg a e?'iag tb* pa?T >h tag aad lal ji.ta h?d ear VT*d hi U?

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