Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 29, 1850, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 29, 1850 Page 1
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t? ? tMMsXll aft lit TH . NO. 6773. TELEGRAPHIC. VUBTT>V1WT OIINUKIII. FIUT ttSJMOIf. B?M?| WllHIDiTM, MW0k tt, 1U0. riTiTian* U?m. Hamlin III Oku pr*MftU4 hwnu mi<Uwqr jotlUon*, of U? QNii ikiiMtw. CALiroaniA claims. Mr. BcirroR eSm4 t r??oiutt?* m liqiln into tki ViptOMMJ MI prOTiaiBI ? * ? yy?>> ?T California cl*lcn? Adopted. ANOTHBB tilLHUD PK*JKCr. . Mr. Barron i?i aotloa of a bill providing for tha anaafcaslliia of i nlliwi from rft Loaia vo tea Fru^lioo, the widow tr arm m'?bil A Ml for the relief of the ?Mo* of u?a. Mo.Veil vu wkaa Mr. Row objected to th? landlti* pwigi of la* 41*Maal eaaaa. IInw. Umiivmd and Benton concurred la Mr. flask's views, aad the bill ?? laid o?er THB BHOUK IIUKO VOLt'MTtSBS. Mr. Cuu reported a bill to refund to Rhode I it aad 4be Unitw aba made to bar volunteer* daring the war. THB rt'BLIC raiRTINO Mr. Boblaitb, from tba Committee oa Priatiag, reported a joint revolution abutieaiBg the preaent ooniraet ayeteaa of public priatiag Ha aiao offered aa aawinut entirely reniodtillog tba preaeaiayetem. Pl'NiBiL HUNOaa Mr. Citr'a raaolatloa, dlnooanteaaaotag tba practise of aoeordlng faneral bosere t? Ma memory of aaataa of Coagraaa djlog dartag tha reoese of Caamn, ?ii tnkta bb. Mr. Bi?a, of Miss., appoaad It. Tba raaolatloa via adopted mb. rOOTl'a committkb of ihibtbik. Tha lenata raauaied tba oun?ltie>a'.iou ot tba apaeial arder of tha day ?Mr. K<>wta'? uiotiua to rafar Mr. I JkU*s oomprontiee reaclutlon to a wlrat committee. Mr. BiiPKK batlnn tha llo.ir adUrraaed tbe denate -upca tha ganeral quea loua ineolred iu too le^ulutioaa. Ha expressed himself la favor <>i ditoooneetlug tha -queettoa Of admieaioa of i.alifecula, from all otbar subject*, aad deoiared biuaeii aa aUtooate oi tne meaanra without oooapruaiiar or o?ouiti?a Ha considered tba eircaaiaiancea attending the aa|WiwMiWl furaia aad New Mexico examined me question of slavery aa oonaeeted therewith. aal declared bla aa swerving hostility to th? exteueiou or n?tmtj to territories bow free. Witnout oonciudlug bie re marts Mr. B gave way to a motion to postpone the further bcnrMrttlog ot the lubjtot wuieu <i< tgrMii to. After the transaction or aaui* additional buaiaeie, and an e i ecu tire aeaaiou, tbo ti?ue.e eajuuraed to Mont*J. mm or RcpriMOUUTM, W?<hiiicto.i, Maroh 28,1SS0. Mr. WiRTHBor ia the chair tub c*mvk at Mr. HiMrrOw, (whig) of H*DO<ylr*Dia. offer#4 a reaojation calling upoa the Prcaideat, it not incompatible with public latera?te, lor copies of lbs uorrenpoadeaoe of tba Coaaul at Vieana, t*?tlit>r with taa authority under which be haa acted In that capacity. irsoltbnt DEBroa*. Mr. THOMrsOR, (dam.> of reunaylvaaia, from the CoaButtae on the Jndiciarj. rtported a bill to re-enaot and ccatinu* in operation certaia acta tor the relief of laeol ent drbtorfl of the United (Mate* Referred to the Committee of like Whole on the dtat? of tba Union. thb bat rOMfAIHT. Mr. Miu-ta, (dea ) of Ohio, from aame eoaaittee. ?ubmitted a reaolation, calling on the freoldent. if not incompatible with the pablie interact*. for all information iahUpoweerion a*to th* extent of tbeotaim* of tt?* Pafit'i Scaid Agricultural couipaej ia Oieyoo and act* of lacorpoialios of the c?aipao) aUo. in* obaraoter and naabar.aad extent of o?ffory ri^nt. of ihe Had ecu Im Ueapu; and Bntien ??bj?ou South of 4tfdt 4f| ef latitude, ineinoiac tti? ai>mO?r< aad earvaaca of the company aad tba pl*o?e aad m?ui?b?o ia aouth of aaid parallel Aad that tba fienldrnt ooMuawaM wbetber mJkj aad what prapoattion hat beaa made bj the Hud na lay Ccapaajr, to the laet o* tau admialetraiion, ta Nil ?r ?Ma?M lhataMwaat|rt|atal mU auapAaf oath of 4$ degreee aad that he furat.h tbe Hooae with aapieaof all paper* acnnected with all anob propoMfloaa froaa any peraon action for aaid eoapeej *iaaa tba treaty with England. Ha tru.ua ibrr* would ba n."> 10 tba paaraga of tba r*?olut iob It layalvaalataraat* nauiri?| tid tba commlIM. o?i omlj obtain tlbtMrioi la tba muw JIIIXl. Tki krtan tolfcl that tha raaolatioa mart lit MK. Mr. Miuu appaaiad from tbla ImIMoi, bat tba Cbatr tit iwttlMd Mr. MUlar uw aakad ten to tba MHi Mr W*?iwo?im (4am ) *t lillooU, ol||Mtit. Ha Mllid to MC it Is MiBt. Mr. Miixu ?M kii objwt w to withdraw tha f. atnil**, m m to ftNHt it on Jtoaday, tkn tha rnlaa gH b# ib#pci4#4 Mr. WimrwMTM?If tb? |??U*aM will yrlat H la tk< moralag papan. I will liMrt* at j objociloa. Mr Miuu i*rtaM4. tbit lit guaaitu* wt tailou to oblnin Lb* Information. ?b<l do not dwtrc to t>? da> |wt?< by ral? of tha Houaa. * Tba Iruiu nM that tba patltau mid not with4r?? tha nyort Mr. futaaTOn (tba dalagata froai Oragoa) naUdtk* rv<4utl d withdrawa lo oft-r it on M?nJay n??l Ha WM aboat to ap*ak of a wall lai I MfeWk a?|?po??d to ItW* to tba aorrapttoaa of tba Hud?oa l?f > oopi'i; - wb?a obi'etioa waa Mia to bia procaadiag with bu natrki Mr. Wkktwmitm Mkrd tba tutlasM eoaaaat of tba Hoaaa to ntUa tbi dvlagata to apaak, bat It waa apt obtained. Vartoaa raporta wara a*4a from ataadlag eam ittaaa. Mr. tUnr, (dam ,) of Virginia from tba Coaalttaa of W?? and M'aua raportad a blU for tba aupptrt of Waat Point Acadamjr, lor tba ttseal jaar ending 30ih J Baa. 1M1. TUB rtLJIOBRIA 1)1 Ciriaw. Tba Ilonaa tbaa want Into tunaiiM at tba Wbala a tba ?;aliforala ijuaatioa Mr A?i*rrr, (dam ,> of Vlrglata, raaaatd Ha eoataadad tbat wa ara la tba mldai af a raaolatioa a raw j?ar? ago, aa oawrwhalmiag in^jurl'./ la botb braaabaa af i oagraa* dealarad tbat th? agl ailoa of ?la*?ry waa aaaatbarlaad by tba aaaatltutloa and daagaroaa tt tba rubUa paaaa Ha rafatrad to tba paattioa wblai waa j (baa wtiitM by Martin V'm Bursa u VIh fmtM*l u4 PmM?t But Ihlt latlftdiil b now tba t~i J? at tbo km i*u party aad ta aotf aoakfatd. Wa vara toM th*t lk> i|IMM of tlanrj la taa North *aa bambug; bat bq? it bat got tba Lag alalaraa aad (ba EtreuUtl and taa matter; oror arary Nor tbara Laglaiatora. I ba ag< atloa baa baaa aagaa 4tra<J at U>a Nortb by rvavoatloaa groat aad mhU; aad rat, tat uikl*| of boiulag a dootbara i.oa??auoa, ratitax ara braadad afb iraa*oo Ha woald tall t frtaada ot tba Nana Hat tba dootbara poopla ara daoply aiodttatlag tia tba Mortbora agtiaMoa aad tba ami al ralmt Ha did aot talak tbat mi giaalay (wbtn) apoka tba aoattoaat ot Natib taroUaa, vboa ba aid tbat tba vaa lav L'aloa. Wliaiot prorlao or ao VVII- I ot prorloa. aad foe vbtoa aaauaaat ba waa aba at id j 1 ba goatb vara tba aaly fraa Milan, la tba prapag aaaaa al ma tara. It U a baakag to aay vbtaa aad b.aok Baa auk laptbir la tba Monb It la tba baat IMallabM Tbay aalat tngatbar la doatbara ?talaa Blaak aad wblta Ma verb la taa Maa Oaldt aad aarkabofa Tba vbita Baa waa aiaiud boaaaa* tba blaak ?a aaaa blaa. aad tba blaak la aaaitad baaaaai ba eaa ba laM?a?a?d la proof tba* tba Soata ara taa fraa aatl aartr. It tbara a tlagia ?pot la tba doakb. whan Piortbora aaa da aot uauaaat baaiaaaa' 1'boy ara klliiac ad tba aallra Maatbara a>akaaw. by aadar* aaUiaa tbaaa Tbay proaaa tba gaopol ihrN aad gal iba fbt a tba laad Tbay laaob tba Huatbara abUbraa. Ha rapaatad, tbat If tbara 1? aay aaaaa la tbo fraa aall party tka goatb ara af tbat party Ha larakad g-ailaaaa to aaaaa baok to tbo old Vtrgtata doowiao at ataotl ttabt - tbo doatriaa of atrlrt ?. attniotloa vttboat wMad tbla gararaaaaat will aooa bao<?aaa a aaraa Mff. Ciu?i>taa (abig) ot raaaaylaaala ropllad to aa?oral gaatltawa wbo bad prtaodtd b>m aad tpoka of ba 11la lata at tbo goatb. ablab, la ala opiaioa, vara aak vail fnaadad Ho doaM tbat tiarary aaa I graat aaaaal. aoatal aad padtloal kiaaatag it *aa aald hf ugaranaj tbat a., tma ao tbara ia a Ood ?o una trill At aaaa try aa tar tlxa alaaary Tbat tbara la b ood aU gat aaa abovt aad tbo aaiaa la paalabod, aa Jagnaaa friglalad If alaaary la aaab a Mooaiag vby dooa It aat attoad to tba gtaaaa Irak vblab it baa baaa baabkadt If II vara oak af Marylaad. aot ? aaaa wtd larlta Ik baok Mala. Ho ailadad to tka taaaaaba of gaatiaaaaa. tbat alaaary alaaatad tba abaraafar of itroaoa aaa othar aatloaa f M uUtritt, m? M tknM K ikt tratwr Ha Mid tfea MOT* * *? f**? U? a?ll at lk? inaaat T??l oMtmU otkar kwdaaM, l? pro 4 ?f iu hihk* wWrtw to. KMumuoa hhoom ?ki??T. iVn M wm viuiag to i.a*a it Wkmm it 4? ?itoMlJitp UrOwiilm MM la tk?ra ? ?;? *aai?tof dt. r Um ?artr Mli tlMI 0* ?4?ltta? tat* tkt tarrlior* tMiw*. H4 mm otfea* My* It ikoM Ml N tlaltM. |?b t?? >? WlHIlt lloMimtHbu MMtlM qn*?i| a ?aa ?ol ?i?oatt I'M rraatdaal kM "??iwfl H?" b? ?M?k it M loaproalM. f.uf?e?to Vfe"?l?W ??<? ?? a>4 t*? ra*al??ar of 1 h* Hrrturp raat Mill atfeaf MM ara hra?4 Tkla to tk?k>M ?f oatytoMlM wkiok vlU aattto tto tin tottar l Ma "J otfear plaa waiek kaa Mm nf ,??r?4 ?m (tola dwr Ha Miia**? M a%hl aaf.ty '.. war tot ?rtto K alaajaawaaaf ?akw*, aai h 'ten tkowt ? TM Kayttaaa ?aa alaay* raa4y ta ,r for ft'Mna What will aba ao? ?? ? Ska ?til J, ba? ikan Ha MtofM ha Hfriwil tfca oat ntru <* toi fear tafraaaatotlam ka 4? ,.,?4 itot kf ka* vato aa >?n|an atoaa territory >kaC fa a44?4 to tfea Lata* Ska W> ?atae _la?4 t* a?aft?t It k? tk? oritiaar? ' of Ifl la M, a BM'k. ..1 ta?to? to?, tka femto* tM Maitoat, ?MI sat ?MfefeoM Mr aM to |iimn tfea i aiaaI raqntrMl tka will oatl Mr a?i Iroat tM oaa'alM fin wW apaaal to tfea Ma hitk tka Zoaataiaa aa? ? Mf-TTiba aaaatoy la afetofe Iter ?<t^>oSr?M1aa4 Ite , at,, tka ( aamlttaa raaa. fMNHNtOltinti E NE IBW TURK UtailLAfVU. '/Llbaki, Mar*h ?, 18M. IMWIIi MWIUCI coMrimu. Mr. Coos nporM a Mil to *aforo* tk* ptjsnt of Uiii by tk* ipnti ol certain luaiuM Com Al?o, to uiMt tb? Oeoeral Inturano* tow. Tbo Int Mil nforow the proTinloni of th* RarUed Statute* of Fir* hI Maria* Iuaraae* Coapubi. Th* ***end Mil mWiiii the prlaeipal Motion* of th* MU reported to the Hon**, requiring tk* agraot** of Cnllak Lite laimawi Compaat**, aad of otfc*r Statea, to girt secnritiee to the extent of $100,000 in Uaitad Statea or State atoeks, or boa?a ui mortgagee. COLLECTION AND AM EMM It PIT Or TAIH IN NBW TORE Mr. Mott reported tor the toailimtloi of tha 8aMt? I Mil for tha assessment ill collection of taxee 1*1 tki oity of Nov York. Mr. Mam*, from the Jadlelary, praaaaUd a wrtttea report !a favor of tha Mil for tha aeatimenta of tha aalta commoaoed k; tha State agaiaet oertala ownara or oooupants of land*. Aaaenabljr. Albany, Mar oh 38.1850. Last a renin*, tha Clinton Priaon Appropriation Mil waa taken ap la com Bit tea (tha Mil appropriatee $20 080). bat no quaatloa waa taken. Tha Governor transmitted reaolatloaa from the Maryland Legislature relaUag to slavery. Peadiag tnelr reference to the 8eleot Committee, with inetruotlona to report within live days. the Hooae adjourned. DIW TOME riEE BILL. The New York * Ire BUI >n read and paaaad. Private claima being tha apeolal order, ware then taken np. and oeonpiedthe remainder of the moralng aad tha whole of the evening aaaaioa. Vhi Watlnjr and larder on Board tka Hcnooiier J. U. LJndaay. FULL PAHTICI'LAKS OF THK WHOLE AKl'AIR?ARREST OF TH* MJL7TINEKK8 [Front tha Elisabeth Clty.N.C.,North State, March28.] W e publish to day the facta la referenoe to tha satiny, aa related to us by Captain Klgga, which took place oa board the J.B. Lindsay, owned by William Simmons. of thla plaae, oa the 17th of January Laat, whea one day out from Trinidad, on her payings to thla port. The following are the particulars ae related by the oaptaia aad one of the ore*. The first day the J. B. Llndmy left Trlaldad, when In latitude 11 north, and at abont 1 o'clock P. M., a pUtol wne tired ia tha forward part of the vessel, whioh was the first intimation of a mutiny, with the exception of a (light smpiclon whioh the captain bad entertained of two of hll crew?Thomas Keud aad E. Uemaone?while in St. Thomas. Oa hearing thla noise, the aaptain went ea deok and asked the mate what it meant, who replied that he did not know, but would go nod see He vent forward, and the captala thinks demanded the pistols of Reed and ciemmons, who were, ai it has ami<a Kaan nrnvod thu nnlt tin mntinaava am h/iar/l Tbay told the mat* they would gire the wt-*f. on* to bim toon; and la a short time be returned to Um captain with two pistols. All seemed to b? quist illl about ten o'cluok at night, m ottr as the oaptaia cu recollect, when he mi awoke by a noise on deck, and beard the mate oalling for mere/ He went on deck. and with a pistol la eaob band, preoeeded to the mat*, who tu lying by the wheel in the latt agonies of d< ath and who mad* no reply to the oaptaln's interogatorit s. but faintly said ' good bye" the mutineer* retreated forward on the approach of the oaptaln. who tfcee triad to get the mate into tha cabin; bat they again approached him, both being armed. Tbe eaptaia reeing them coming, made an effort to jamp into the cabin, when Raed ftiwd at bim, the ball striking him la tha throat, cutting away the fleeh aad a part of the windpipe, so that he breathed through tbe wound, swallow leg mueh blood it was not discovered until sew. when tbe cook undertook to load the twa pistols taken horn the mutineers by the mate, that b >th of Them bad the vent connecting with tbe barrel basbed up with large needles broken off even with tbe barrel, ao they couid not be tired. Tbe captain baring suoo?eded in getting into the cabin, bound up hU wound so as tu prevent It bleeding. At this time one door of the oabia was abut, and the half of the other open SooaCiemmons came to the door, and strve kit three time* with aoaie, aad called for tbe cook to conie oat aad be murdered No reply waa made. Captaia (llgs? snppoeee tbla ?m dona to oall him torth lata sosae position so as to give Heed a* stsKHuaUf te alwet him Tha salt the eaptaia saw ol Bead waa oa the ten stde of Ma hawse Mara Read presented bis pistol to the oaptaia, and tba eaptaia at the same time presented bis They both Or?d. Read fired in the door at tba oaptaln. aad toe eaptaia fired out of tha do?r at Read. lle?d fell on dock Tbe oaptaia laid to the oook, who was In the eabln -'I have ane of them down.'' Not jet dariag to go oa deck, not knowing how many had conspired ajsiast him, hattaralng ta Read, who lay bleeding profusely, be said, "too loch pretty, yon old pirate " Head triad ta say something la reply, but could not be aaderstood.? The oaptaia loaded agala, during wbiob time Read got np Kiom this time tba eaptaia sat by tba aft door of tha aaMa till nearly moraiag when ha went lata tha after oabia with tha steward, (Ltaaiel Smith.) They remained there till aftar the light of day, when they weat lata tba other cabin. Dai lag the whole Ums oaa of tha craw by tbe name of Coetellow, who was a faithful friend of the captaia, was kept on dock nader the power of tbe matin*era, aad pterealad from readering any assistance to the oaptaia. Dariag this time, a paaeuager by tbe aama of Walker, had beaa killed oa desk, at what emaet time tha oaptaia daaa net kaow. The captaia aad tbe cook were kept la the oabia all day oa Monday, duriag tba moat of wbiob i lemnoas was walkiag upon tha tap of the bouse, lor the parpoaa. as tbe captain suppoaea. ot getting a cbaaoa to eh sot him. A boat dark they were cam In the held ooming aft, whoa tbe cook said to tha oaptaia, "they arc com lag aft"? He Oied at them aad they retreated oa deck. It was afterwards ascertained that they w*re aftar tba sail for the boat At tha same time that Captaia Rlggs shot lt?aA I Ifmnnm ihatth? Biftt*. ?ho waa 1a?Ib? mt th? ahrel, led aither at tbU Uam or M ?bi tima prarloua, Uti itibM lb* um, m it aaa tfMttiiiti dlKoraiad (l>bbni about tbla tlaa, balag aoaaealed from tba ilthl of lbs eipUli, aaktd him If ba could bare tba boat- to wblob ths captain replied no; i want ta (boot another om of joa. ' ? Win tb?j were Hti la tbe bold. afUr aalli for tha boat It was about datk. During tba night tba aaptaia ast by tba cabin door till tawarda morning, wban tba cook took bla plaea. and tba oaptala leaning agalaat tba rlda of tba cabin. endearored to gat a lltUa alaep, brief aieb eabauated, not baring bad anything to aat or drink, eacspt toaaa vinegar aad aolaaiaa llarlng paeead tba algbt aa well aa tbey could, la tba Boralag tb*j abut tba doora of tba aabla and nallad tigbt t b? i aa door At tbla Una tba aaaglad bodtaa ef iba meia and | BM?n|?r bad b~n la;log on d?ok lor mre tbaa a day.aad belBg la a waim climate. tbay eaittrd tnrb *a eSraeire aaell, tbat It wne with tba graateet diftiealty tbat tba aaptaln aad cook aaald atay la tba aabla. uariagtbe algbt tba captain old aat know abere tba taa aatlaeere were, ar CoeteUow , bat after aoaetime. ba board a platol It red la tba bald after wbtcb Claaaoae aakad tba aaptaia If ba ooald bars tba boat, faarteg If ba ?Mt aft to gat It tba captain a?ald aboot bla. aad at tba aaaa tlaa tailing tba oaptala If ba did aat dellrer up tba boat bo woaid aaattle the veaaal Ha vaa nafead aereral tlaaaa by i'Iibboii ba*>ta ba aa<Se any reply j aad wbea ba rapllad ciea id lb a did aot aadaratajid bla, aad taM Coat alio* to ga to tba captain aad aacartaia what ba raid. Wbaa Cor tallow approaob'd tba door of tba oabin, i tba aaptaia, aaatag bla tbroagb tba Manaela. print tad bM platol at bla within about lag taat of bla bead, aad aaappad It, bat It did aat dlaabarga Itaalf. ( aatallow want forward After tbla CI ma one agala nakad if ba aanld bara tba hoat. to wbtck tba captain rapIIad tbat ba aaald If tbay woald ga away aad lea re Ma. Claaiaaaa aaid. " will yaa aat akoot aa"' Tba aaptaia r>-pll?d. ' No ? Ha aa* aaaa alt aad got apea tba baaaa. aad wltb tba an a tie of Ma platol aloaad tba taa altdiag doora of tba blaaaala, a* aa ta prereat balag abet by tba oaptala. aad ordered Coatailow ta I at tba baat dawa whtek ba dM. Tbla balag doaa, tbay broagfct It ta tba atarboard alda of tba eeaaai. aad pat Into it tbadr haggngi. tba anlla. aad whataaar pmlaliai tbay aoald gat Read aaw gat into tba boat aad Claaaaaa aadatwd Caatallaw to follow bla, wblab ba dM Aftaa < laaaaaaa bad deeeaaded Into Oba baat. Caatallaw jaapad aa tba teak af tba raaaal, wbaa llanaaaa aabad bta waava ba waa roing, to wblab ba rtpMid, "altar tba axa." aad taralag aroaad ba aaw lleod alttlag la tba baat wltb a platol ta aaab baad. Hetaaadtaeaxe, wttb wblab be aadaaaarad ta eat tba paiatar aad let tba boat ga adrift, bat balag agitated be dM aot atrike the rope tba flnt tlaa. bat wltb tba eeeead Maw be eat tbe brat leaaa. aad raa gar tba bald. Tba aaptaia kialai tba aetae, aald ta tbe aaak, "tbay bare began teaeattla bat." Tbaa Caeteilow waat ta tba eaMa door aad triad ta opea It. talllag tba aaptaia tbe boat aaa nataln; bat tba oaptala taM bla tbat. If ba benbe epaa tbe daar, NttUf tAOOl D1ID. MB H IM MlUMH aa rutnH, ha ob?yel. Tka M?Ul* oynKI the loot, Ml the bMl nwr?, With lltUM Ml Head la k*r Th? oeptaln ?o? ease aa laok, aad CmMM pproaekal bin, My lag I kit kad Mikto| M 4* vllk Ik* Bltln ltd nn up to ike riyula UM platol aklrk kf*d kal ?? Ma, aal abteh ka My* ka kal o*ee ittntl at Um k?U <4 Umbom. wklla Mlaap tm da?k Faeirag aaw fm from dMftr. Um mm?Ib, (oauilow. ud tka Mok M?*d tha ?! ay li * bam. Ml, 11*4 b*?> of ml U hi* feat. hI hurMl ktrn moot ding to UM mui oaetoM. by throwing m* M) orrrboaid. Tk? ab<>?* *r? tb* mm! l**p??tMt fact* rpaaaeted ?'tk thi* i*t?l traga ly. W* aader tall tbat Um Uimh ktfl b?? eaagbt. Md IM the AwDmi < owul at St. Tkoaa* had MMad tka loeyef aa* Oaraaatoaa u> go altar tkac. ul aa doobt tkea will Moa ka la tka l altal BtaMa, where tbay will ka trial, aal akaa ail tka partkaltn at| ka iMraal. * taka tka followlag froM a It. Tlian yayac of tka M laataat ?Tka t altad State* faMMareiai A(*it of thta pieee lafhraa aa tkat ka la la receipt af a lattar fnaitka A Marie* l oaaal at I agaayra. aaaoaaalag Um arraat, at tkat yart af TkMw Real aal Uwl i liMMawa, tka lata awUaam aa kaarl tka Mkaaaat J Ltalaay n?j kali! al I aaaayra aa Um Hk alt., aal repertal iI?iUm la tka uaal m aaat aaay NMta. aal nMM Ma aM ta aaakM than la paaaaal ta Jaaalaa, flan lk*y itaMI tka* wara aaalaaalaga. Oa tka ttk. Ike lay following, the aawa f 'V *? "?? ^^tkM. fraM ?M* plea*. aal ?ka laaatiMloa gieea la tka Cm?I'a r i Iiibiii! al taaari. lafl aa dawht aa la tkedr Ma? tka iinm *?wakt attar They ara ta i*aH a MMalaal aaaav i atJi j ta taka tk*m ta Ike UaHal WalMfcrkM." ' W YO MORNING EDITION?FR] TRIAL OF raoFissoR Jons whits webster, chakokd with tmk MURDER OF DR. 6E0R6E PARKMAN, IN tee MEDICAL COLLEGE, BOSTON, on rft 10at trmn?, rotmiii U 1440. I'PRBH JUDIUAL COURT. iiefobe chief justice 1u? and associate justices wilde, diwet, amd mktcalf. Cocoaci rot Ooinimuii, Covnii. ros Diruotn, Attora** UMitil John Hoe. Pliny Morrlok, of H Cllflotd, of Now B>4- Weroester, And Kdoard ford, and Oeorge Bonis, D. Sobiec, Eh., of BeeEsq., of Boston. torn. tbo BtKoiim of tkt Three D?n|bton mt Ptoftuor WelMMr, tue close OF the testimony foe the defence. NINTH DAT. BotTQki, Tbuaeday, March 28,18M. Tbo Court ctmo in it mto minutes pott nioo o'olook. A large number of distinguished friends of Professor Wobstor, Inoludlng President Sparks, on ywooM. Nathaniel Bowdltob sworn?I rosido 1b Boston; I bare known Professor Wobstor many years; bl? reputation has boon tbat of n mild, amiable man, natorally quick, bnt barmloos and kind. J.B Ha;os sworn?I rosido la Cambridge; I have known Profosoor Wobotor mora tban a (osrtor of n ccatary; bis reputation Is tbat of a mild man. rathor nervous and oxcitable; I bare never known of anything violent In him. James Karansgb sworn-1 rosido In Cambridge; I bare known Professor Wobstor a long time; bo Is n man of peace, and remarkable for bis humanity and kindness Abraham Edwards sworn?I bare resided in Cam. bridge forty years; I am city marshal; I have known Prftf U'uKsfnr frtr rnsnv vosrs nnil his /> K pa< f a* ?a fmr a* 1 know, Is on* of p?te? and kindness. Peleg t handler, Esq. (worn?I am wall acquainted with Prof. Webstsr; bli reputation la that of a timid, mild man, deOcieut la energy of character. Dr. Merrell Wyman sworn?I resided In Cambridge twelve J ear*; have known Prof. Webstsr tfteen year*; hi* character waa that of a kind, aalabl* man, and anch hi* reputation, no Car aa 1 know. Jared Sparks, L.L.D , aworn?I hare redded la Cambridge seventeen year*, and hare been, during that time, a neighbor cf Prof. Webster'*; so far a* my observation want, h* waa a kind, amiable man; before hi* arrest, I n*T*r knew anything of him to the contrary; ha had the reputation of being a kind man. Cro**-examined? I bare, since hi* arrect. heard thing* atated again*t blm, but da not know te what lime they referred. Charle* O. Eaton sworn?I reaide la Boaton; I have been acquainted with Prof. Webster for three yeara; I knew him a* a ma of kindness; 1 am a aign aad ornamental painter; I hare bad oocaaion to work for Prof Web*ter; whan I want to the college I always found him In hla private room; be told me whenever I want, ed to see him to oome la by hi* private door, through the dissecting room entry; I have frequently been there wbea hi* door wa* bolted; have been there whea the janitor could not got admittance, the laat tlms I waa ! there wss Nov 12th; I rung at the front doec, aad thejaaitor came; I asked for Dr. Webster, aad ha aald I could not see him; ha wa* buajly engaged la his psfvata room; 1 trld htm H was by aapoiataseat, aad showed aim Dr. Webster's letter to call oa htas tSt <ey, ea ta e'rins ; wa tried the lecture room door, aad fouad U boltod oa the laelde : we tbea tried the lower doors, aad fouad them fast but Reined admittance ; I was oftea there ; the laat time I was there was la tae summer af 1846. (roes-examined? H ? How cttea have yea been at the Mtdieal College, since the summer of 1?M ' A.?I went there to oarry diagrams, whloh 1 bad prepared for bis lectures. H ?Does Dr. Webster lecture thers la the summer? A ? I doa't know that be does ; It may have | Mta la ue early part of tb* ?, or ltd la I tb* aprtaf (Thl* wltneee ?u intt; MWitMilj need I up, u to hli recollection of the 11m wh?n tbe Ml| dlcal leetura alooed, and afforded hmi tanM^tDt U ! tbe km dliiHUti power# of Mr. ImU; but hi* te*U I boi; la ohi?f wa* kudl; worth tiaoiliklai.) I Kobert K. Aptborp c?f., mra-l k*T> be? *o, qoaiated with Vrehtwr Wttattr for arml year*; I : r**id*d la Caabridge tor three year*, froa lui, aad 1 kaew I'rofeaeor Wkbatev six year* belor# that; I aa well aaiualattd la hia neighborhood; I aerer beard eaytbtBK U hi* dlioredJt ae a nan of bunaalty aad Samuel Greeae twora? I raid* la Caabridge; I (are iBforaatloa to the Marahal oa Sunday, No?eaoer|i6th, that the tollman bad *eea Dr. Parkaaa puatb* bridge; I wa* at tbe tall boa** oa laaday awning. whoa two trea earn* down to Inquire, frea tb* oollego Two or IhtM otber per*on* were preeeat, Mr. Kdwla Whltn*y; doat knew LltUeflrid, oa* of tbe aaa aald | b* bad cbargc of tba buildlag: that maa flrat *ald I tbat he aaw Proieaor Webater pay Or. Parkaaa I $470, afterward* he *ald he gig aot **a bin pay It, but raw Or Parlmau go oat m tb* doer: the tollman, after h* wa* goa*, remarked oa tha dlaerepaaoy or hie ft a tea est. ' Croaa eiamlaed ? I do a*t know Ltttleflald; 1 aaw a , Baa who aald he bad charge of tb* building, I oanaot ' glee bia preeiae language. I eaa oaly *ay what I pndcratood [ rhla wttneaa *oeaod to bar* a eery blending ' reoolleetioa, aad wa* aim oat Inaudible at the reporter*' ' tat 1 Judge JTay, *wora.? I raid* la Caahrldg*. aad am ! well acquaiated with Prof. Webater, bla repatattoa I* that of * haaaac amiable aad klad aaa, ha la eatneatly a 'octal aaa; be baa *oa* oereoue ueeeptlblll ; ty. It la trwe; hie repuiatioa for kladnaa* I bar* a ever heard ealled la qa**tlca j I saw Profcaor Webater oa V rtday eeemag. the day of tba disappearance of Dr. r ark aaa; I ealled la at Mr. i TteadaeU *, aear the almi latory, about ataa | a cloak ; I there foaad Dr. We be tee aad hi* wilt aad Mr. Merrill Wyaaa aad hi* wit* ; I noticed aotblag aaneaal ; there wa* Both I eg to aall ati tea ilea at that tiae to Dr. Patkoaa: tbe eoaI retention aaa oa tha general toptai af tba day ; 1 called a* hi* hawee oa flwaday. Moaday. Tweaday aad Wednceday eeealnge, to laquire for Dr. Parkaaa. a* Dr. W abater woald ha ilaelc to kaow; , oa Maadey reeatwg. or it aigbt have been Taeeday, I wa* lavited to alt dwwa, aad Mkyed two or tbr*a hear* ; we were paying what ; I aa eoedI deat I wa* tba* two araatiag* owt of tb* three --daaday, ! Moaday. aad Taeeday; 1I aq aired aba at Dr. Part aaa , of Profeeeor Webater blaaaH. Joecpb keddaa a?ore ? I aa a diugglot la (cart otreet, I taw Dr. Webeter ahoat In o'clock rrlday. Noeeabcr 23 or a little before Bra; b* catered at ay bop t roe*-*ieala*d He beagbt a bos af Celogaa, It* bottle*; did aot pay for It, took It with bia Martaaae Webater awora?I aa a daughter at Dr. Webeter ; ilnce hi* crrat I bare eadcarorad to eall to aiad tba piaee where ba wa* oa Friday, tbe ltd of Noeeah** ; ay father wa* boa* at tea. a little belor* I.. ; ww momr Uli ri|?. ua wn wm re wi|nknt l booaa with m and ratoraad at half pact t??i ? , ha mt with my aether aad ma , ha tni to tk< get a, [ m< tkn ?nt in; with my aoU?r , ba wm at koMiM i)?i< Ik* door for vbaa I raliml ; i I m at * party) wa all want ay atetra UfWlM, I It i iKr rkm Im ?w ttol ?tght after be let m. of ay I Owa kao?|adga. I ?? not aomn to hraakfaat U< Mil ottlH I Int Ma itei ny m ?m t riNl; I ha dtoad at k?a?, ha waa boaa at Im aad la U>a areali|, aad road ta aa la tha irialag: ?ra bearo of tba HwffNiNM of Df fukaaa Itatihuia. ftta tba JniiwJ, borrow ad tba ia>?r of Mia. Ltwl; I mm ta brd tbat eight at 10 a'alaab; I Aa aot baaw what tlat a; fctlar 414; tba flnt raeeUeetlea at no lag a; fatbar. aast day. woo at ebareh; ba 01 Bad aarly tbat aay ta |? late tow a la tba aiWraooo; I aarar baaw laibrr'r latrattoa of (otaf I a to towa la tba mar a lag; I kaew tbat ba lateadad goleg lato towa ta lifcia Df rerkaaa'o telly tbat ba waa tba yaraoa wbo bad bad aa latarrlaw with bla aa tba Friday befara; I aaaaat aw reeoliaet ot aealag btai oa rtaaday altar bla ratara fna tba city. m Vttbar dlaad at boaa aa Moaday, I do aot tblak ay latbar waa af beaaatbat Mteraooa, Ba waa at boaa at tea, at d o'aloak, ba *aa at bean darlag tba araalag wltb Jadae llfi wa ?U) ad abut, wa ratlrad at 10 o'aleak. ba Iliad at toae n Taaaday; ba waa at boaa a abort ttaaa aflat dlaarv, ha waa at boaa ta taa at aad alae aaaaad tba aeaatog at boaa till batwaea 10 aad 11; wa had wblat; tbara waa a dra tbat avaal^, It waa la tba dtrralloa tltta Part: ha waa with aa at tha Itaa; tbara wrra aa tilaeda ta that araaiag, ha gaaarauy ttaaafaatad at beae: I rraolUat aeeiag feds about ataraa e'rkx-k Wrdaredey fwaatx.a, I waa la tha dlalag reea. aad ha aema la aad ifaba to aa aboat tha boaa I waa raadtag, ba wewt lata tba gardoa aad remalaed tbara aaiti dlaaev tiaa. ho fiatful at baaa uu ebwt all, ha tbaa oaae arar wMh ay ffctar aad aa ta Itnaa, t > bt aaaiaghaa o, to a party; ba mm baaaa ?Hh aa la tbo ai???a a aloafc atage, wo ia<k bla apea gnlag ta badj h* waa la hM draaatag goww raadlag a aewagarar. na 1 haakiglTlag day; Tbaraday ha did aot (a lata tewa. ha yaoaad tba mvatog la Mo gar da a, tba Am* i aaa aeM toaled ifkaa IrtlM waa bla Oatag at dlaa?r, baatayadat boaa half aa hear aftar dtaaar aad *a tat aad ot aaavt, I ba ra aalotar abriod; abalaia tayal, aba 10 aamod tbara, wo bare ?mto aaaataat laoaraewrao with tha batty tbara; wo baaa a Jaaoaal. by wblab wa wMto ear lettora; It waa by thta Jawraal that I radroohad my ai aay oa to Ma toato I haw* atotod, wa fraqaawtiy orad artliln to rayal, la biaaa, aaah aotlolaa oa ptoaU, thay aro oowt la otMlght baaao; da IRK E [DAY, MARCH 29, 1860. not know vkittw ay tetter ?M preparing te Mad u| < ?t tte mint time. Hwrnt w?M*r i*on-l m i daaghter of Dr. ! W'?beter, I wi bjt tetter ? Wfay i>nli|, Mtw balf-patt At? and els o'olook; te iptni the evenleg ?t bokt tiU fight o'olMk; te tbea ??t with mr deter ! and bjmU to Mr TM4nU'?teliAutk?iWMN going to a party at Mr. Batohelder's: I n? kin aeit. M**m half past twl? and one o'olook; he tu at tte door aad let as la; wo alt retired at tte eame ttme; 1 raw hUa bos' at dlaaor; ho paeeod tho aftaraooa at boae; te woat out for an hair an hoar, and returned with a book, tt waoaa ill oet rated teak, (reporter did not catch the name;) te pawed tte ereaLaa at home; tho early part of tte oroaiag he read aloud to ui; Mies Hodge* wae there, (witaooe wae qalte laaadtMo hero ) ' he west over Sunday to inform Ifcr. f arkataa'e hailj of hie having toon Ma on Friday; I thlak I loft him up '

that evening, raw him at dlaaor oa Monday; he paeeed ' 4Km i.w?e.lAa A* tuMna- tKa flrai I rannll a 1 ?/ Wi _ waa at dinner; 1 nvhla itMlatt* evening; bo tutt homo till M time; he N*< aloud pari of the Mat. and plaiod whlat |?rt?( the time: 1 anw htm U tltfti o'clock oa Mondaj. at work In the garden, bo apent tho afternoon at boma; la the evening he wont with my alitor to Bottom I did not aU op for tbem; Tbankagtving da; bo ifettat bono; bo ant tbo reat of tba family were all at horn daring that evening; oa Friday I taw blm at ' broakfaat, and a??la at too, at tt*a o'clock; 1 reooUeet aome tbinga being wnt boat* from tbo laboratory tbo day altar tbo arreat; among tbom wore a cap and a pair * of over all a. [Tbooo young ladioa are apparoatly ona about a)steen and tba other eighteen, aad behaved with exceeding fortitude aad propriety in tbetr tr>iog tl- [ t nation They a poke la a low. but remarkably dlaunc t | voice, aad apparoatly with aa Intelligent and oonaeleatloun regard to oinctneti In their statementa Their delicacy and abrlaklag timidity wore anffleiaatly raaaif?t to cauae every one to admire tbo atrength of mind with wblcb they overcame it, and controlled feellaga that were evidently keenly alive to the aitnatloa of a beloved father. We did aot tit ao at to tee that father * , face during the examination.] Ana Kinnegaa aworn (being a Catholic. Mated tho ' Holy Kt augelleta)?I Mve at Dr. Webater't; I wont there on the 16th of November; I weat there on fr'rWay; Dr. Webtter breakteted at half paat 8; dined at 3; Dr. 1 W came from Boetca earlier than utual oa Wedneeday before Tbaakrgiving, be onme into tbo kitchen, and I thought I waa belated about dinner; I looked at the clock, and It waa onlv 13; be went into the garden; I recollect that be breahfaated at borne every lu rniag while I wat there, until the morning after ha waa arretted ( atheilae P. Webeter owora?I am a daughter of Dr. Webtter, Friday, November 23. between bnlf-pnatt and 6,1 taw my latbor at borne, at ten; he accompanied ut to V.r TreadweH'a at I; I did aot toe bim agtla till ball part 12; we returned at the tame time at 1, I taw my father a little alter broakfaat on Wednesday uiorning the dny before Thanksgiving; be wont wlla ut thai evening, to a family party at Mr. Canningbera't; we returned to Cambridge at half paat ton or eleven; we walked down to tbo toll bouae and took the Munibur; while waiting at the toll boose, we eew n notice poeted up of Dr Paikman, my utter pointed it out. and mi father rend it toot, on Snndav. I first Mt my fithw aoon after breakfast, be ,li?d bta bat la ble bend to go to Boeton; my mother a-ked bin to wait till afternoon; he went to cbucob with her; I saw bid leave lb* houae with brr wltb tbe purpoee of going to Boston; 1 beard his roloe aoon after dark tbat ?tealug; I taw bin between nice and ten o'olock Dr Window Lewia recalled -1 bare bean asqaaloted with Dr. Webtter lor thirty yeare; ny enqu?.ui?tioe wKta bin b?gan wban 1 waa bouse pupil Id tbealaatioute and be wae tbe phyalciao; bla oharaater for humanity tad kladaeaa I euppoee etaodt fair?quite eo. I Q.? How nai be about looking himaelf up In bli roonf A.?All I know in.that when hlr laboratory fat la Ma- 1 ton street I neier could get In to tee blia without uli coning and uiifeateniag tbe d>or. U - Old yon examine the eat or itat In tbe thorax' 1 (Objected to? question admitted.) VMtbetr-It ?m anything but a elean cat. that did not ikMt tbat it waa made alter death ? (t-Caa it be tola by the iraoture of a calcined bona, whether it wet broken before or after death ? Wltnraa- It nay be, but I could not tali; we flnlahed tbe examination >'f the rmaiu? on Hunday; I eaw Dr. i Strong, bo waa there alter one examination; we were there, however, on Monday; tbe lower linb* had bean caked In water Crtae-eienli.ed?I haee net ao much experience la oeteelogy aa Dr Wynai; the parte are note tenee dun tiff lift* ibtn After dMtti Lt. N. W. Stone reoailed-The bole in the thorax waa not a clear cut; there le no nore difficulty la making a clear eat after death on a human aukject, than i he re la la bototoer a Beat, aad pariiaaierly between fee rlbe. where tbe Butclea are taaee rMtaaa u. Bwa tema-nt????M? uvtMWmt, I need to know Dr. Ueorge Farknan, haee known hla for fourteea Jeart; I taw Or Tarkman In t.aaibrldrfe, be wae getng into bloeeom atreet ??a hrldey, No ran bar !U; U waa twelve or thirteen Blaatea before two; he waa going toward t ourt atreet, 1 fixed tbe time becaaea the day before tbe 23d By hunbend atarted to so to Vernon*; By ale tar caae the aatne day; I had been cut to aee By aUter'a daughter; 1 looked at toe clock to eee haw long I had been ont C ret* examined ? I did not not lee whether Dr Parknan turned aboat or not, I told By titter of It eoun after I got in; I aaid. for tba aaka af Baking her tBlie, ** I bate teen t hin.'" neanlng Dr. ParkBaa, who bad a long chin (A anile In the court room ) Jeteph Hatch, awrrn? 1 lire at 16 Vine atraat, I vent to tbe town af Corinth, In the Htata of Vermont, left town ffct that Journey oa Thuraday, tba X2d of Norenber. WUllan B. ThoBpaon tworn ?I reaide at Kaat Can bridge; an t lark of the K?gi*irar of Deed*; I went wl'b ofboer Knller to Dr Web'ter'a bouae at alx o'clock, on Sunday afternoon, I went to aerertaio tbe data of tbe Bortgage, aa which Dr Webeter paid the noaey to I>? I ark nan. 1 want la to hia atndy. and a-k?d bin did ha recollect about U?e time when tbe mortgage waa giren; he aald If wa woald wait a bob en i be eoaid toll ut; looking In a trunk on the floor, he Bade the remark that it waa ainan ha eould ant Bad aba uwri h* then Mid U toild |it? tbo laforaauoa another way; be tin Ui teu of t Mortgage. ?nJ c<*reetad bluaelf fnataatly, ?4 aald. " f euppaee 'ktl I* not the Buim* you wutr' I Mia I *uu< the <? of that oa a bleb be paid U< oiomjf to Ur Perkinen; fee mM It til lul on r?al muu; bat OB pertonaJ ftoprttf ; I took no particular latereet In It. after I foul it imod p*r?ooal property bat to>k tb? iobUi of tbo data, thinking I woald oali on v|r. Page, (bo City ( Ink. and m if It aero oaiodlidj Ur. Weteter laid bo bad bean oeer to the elty u> iw L>r. Kraaaia larkaaa, he tald baooilod en the City Clark on bio ??J kacl to mo If the inirtgage ana e*ae*lted, ba did Bat 0*0 tbo Clark; aaid It *0* aoaaoaloa dunday; I raw nothing reaarkabie ta bu inaan*r, or aaytblag to ohaerre, bai bio tiring *bo wroag Mortgage trot, I WW acquainted with Ur < farka<an. baring knvfi him ab at taa year*, for tre jrare laat paat hare eeea blm ortaa, oa Friday, Nortakn Md. about taa alaate* part two o'elosk, I aaa galeg toaarde Cbarleatowa, and ha waa aosiing toaarda LrrtraU ?mt, I act him beyoad tba Middle 11 tba atraat, at a plaoa abara tbara la a allUnety Mora oa obo aido. aad a earpooter e abop oa tbo rther, It vao atar Portland ?tra?t, i *mo<i tba laft band ?lda, going <J?wa; Dr. Parka?n aae oa tba oppa Ha dd*, golaa toward* Lerrrett itrxt, I paid for tbie coat oa tbat day; I aioo mda a abort eaaalnatlta of a Utlo for MB la iadla atraet ra tbat day. and I fot Mb ta giro aa a oopy of bla receipt; bad not baoa la ko?ton beioro for alaa day*; I did aat rai I a to goaUia till tbo weak after, I thiaK It ?0e oa Tbaahagtalag day; I oa riled the remit of aiy eiaaiaatlaa la to the nan Ibrletmaa. be wae ant la; I arete It dewa. aad gare a receipt tor the fe*o to hie olrrk; 1 61 tbo boar, baaauae I aiartad to fcaet Caabrldge at throe or font aiaut'* before tao by the elook tbero. the oloek la thaCoart Hoaee eaid tee; I walked; the tret place I bad to eaU at. waa la Ma etreri; I arHred there at tweaty three or taeaty-Bra alaateo after two, I peaaed la ay aay lato Lerrrett treat wbera I eaa Ur rarkaaa thaa lato Port lead atroet. aad Haaorer otreet to lla Mteat; Ur. Park a, a a had ea a aback frak eoat. dark parte, aad dark bat, when i eaa bla, he bad bla baade behind hir back, aad .eeaed to a* ta ha ? hat n?lt. d aa if b? aai ir?" I 414 Dot t?n font or laak hnM t? in bin ?n Hundaj abaut I clMk.tdtr kini nlaaad. I nlled It to 1*4.1(4 M?>M it M Mr IMi the ri City Mtribll I W?W|M??I do aot no* apaetaelee; I dn't tklak I aa MM iklWt, | attend to eopjlag, I < > Bo1 thlak that unfiMui kti inpalrao ny I t>r. PnIms Mm I eaae to ib? brat rtreet ?MH tuna of iiaartl rattlaud etrert I t?d b) tba map M M Ik* tnl Mr*M that tan* out '* ' > etnM la Mmtowt atraat, I ant tkroogb that mwl ead It an tofnte I MM to It UM I aaa Dr (arkmaa, ba an oa tba IMMIH ?Ma of tba atraat I do sot tblak that IwMlii aaar tlfbM, I raitlBH wear (leeeee for raknat (f Mm eyae. tba* ar. *l%htly eotnrad; I eerry e^nagaUytiig (laaa to aualt* ia* writlag; It to lor tba Mr kaMto- Did yon aaar ny I bat pm amlt trrlla eo ?? lb tba neamarle ataU that you aouid sot r?4 It la yew Html ataU ? Witaaer- No, air: I aeaer oaad nek b lera ? " neano* I*;" I ban MML yarhapa tba tarn " bial?*leai fa'aj*' I ruaot aay ibat I an> batur In oae atato tbaa aaotbar; I dtd ray to Mr. Aadren that I bad ?Htt?a e* tba la tba MoKatnl atato tbat nthrra la tba aataral rtata roald aot r*ad It; akr? I nll>d oa Dr. Watotor, Kaaday eight, I aebrd blai bow or rerkman looked a bra ba ?aM blai tba amiy; fee aald ba ne nry n?ry aad raattad: be aaM Mr I'attoa refeard to pay '? aaar; ba aadd tbat ?r.?iMwawa M danard whelp, " ba Mid dtoaer War la at oaa o'eioek Kan** I A. W rat worth ???ra I ll*a la V.aa Mreat, t an a pr. atoira dealer. nyabr p U la l.yade >trr?t I ?a* i aaqualatad with Or Oaeega iarknaa. baa* kaoaa ktat tan jeer*. I ?aw bin I art la (cart alt rat, bataan tba brara u4 ball part tae aad kail part tbrra; I Bi tba Una brraaaa oar dlanrr hoar to at ?aa e'elock; I ha 1 kaaa to dtaaav aad gag baefc, aad ny joaag naa had be?a to dtaarr at two r> al?rk. aad kaak. I tbn waat daaa tow; my yvwmg naa a a* gaae aboat ball aa bear. to I a?p got eg to llajMartet M|?wa. a?d (toa , kaaaa ta tka naa bat far ny datarday narlrttag. I art hln la rant H|a>< anr Mr* Kid'rr'i adialaa ak<a. en tka naa Mda; abn ba gng nggiiMta Ikon, ba atopaad ?Mni; oa tka aidswalk. aad tarard t? aid* tka Middle of tba itrwt, | Mtk Me kaaM bebtad kin aadat Meant, ka ?*a* kwklag ay, aaM at tka aaanlto k"a?r? na ibinrMy aaa aa after | kad M ap. aim I eaaie k?M. ny wife aid to aaa kad kaea tan an tkere eftar r?* rartaaa: I r narked tba* I gaarad tkea ba had aot *oaa a ami nage. la* 1 kad ?aea km yretard*) afuwwawe la Oart ?taei; D? far k naa an e?nlag toaarM at akn I a h?n, I aae*M Ma aad tbaa ?*at a*m? the rtfi, nd Ma tka aap?ake ?M* I walked back aad aav Dr. fatknaa raadlag M I kad aaM, I an aalftlag altk a ' [ERA Katiamaa by tba mm of J H. ImhU. aad BiiUtMl a fact at the tlm?, ha ramambar* It. but daa? not r?D?nb?r tba day; I knaw It ni aot Thursday, for I na?ar bay ay Saturday markatiac oa that day. iinwl CUwd awoan?I live la Chalaaa; de buriim tt No 98 South Market ittMt; ktra known Dr. Meorge rarkmen eleven year*; during 1887 w hit tMint; I laat mw bin on Kriday, Ntnmba 384; I aaw hlaa tn Waablngton Itmt, b?t?Ml MUk atreet u< Frankita etre*t; It waa. aa WW u I can pat It, between a quarter laid balf paet three; I should think twenty minutes put j It wm cb the eaat *ld? of the itreet, he ?u |aiec from Doek Square; I fix the time becaaee I bed been to etll on the Rev. George Well*, who huarde et No. 18 Franklin street, I alwaye oell upon bin at three o'clock; I flz the day, beoause I addressed * note that day to Rot. Mr Allen, at kail Boeton. to know whether he oould anppl* our polpit oa the next sabbath; the lad returned toe note, not being able to And Mr Allen; It le dated oa Friday; I hare the aote la my pooket; at three o'cloek I eoneluded to go and ire the Key. Mr. Weill; and, a* I waa ware not to And hla, except at three o'alook. I waited, aad left my etoie at that hour: I bad ealled oa Mr. Welit, aad waygoing along Washington itreet, whea I law Or. Oeorge Parkmau coming before me. aa I thought, la com pa ay with a laboring man, la hli working dreaa; it wa* tbie that attraeied my attention to It; It waa a mistake. hewever, he waa alone: the reaeen 1 did a<* meaUoa II to Mr. Tukey, waa that the offer of a reward for kin, mentioned bit having been ieen at tbe South end; f thought my Information conld be of no coaaequenee. Luclui R Page a worn?I am the city elerk of Cambridge; I aew |>r. Webster oa Sunday, November tftb; be came to my honse to inquire whether l>r Paramaa bad been there to discharge a mortgage ilooe Friday noon; I |waa not at home wbea he called, bat found him at my bouae when I caane home; 1 bed bean at obnroh, and aaa later than ueual, broeuae it waa onr eoBimunlon Sunday; I doabtleaa told blni that I had no reootleetioB of Ut. I'urkmau being there; but I alao went to the bool^and ascertained that the mortgage wat not discharged. Abby D. Khoadee, sworn ? I Ilea In vflnot street; I have beea acquainted with Dr. George Parkman; I laat raw him tn tbe alternoon of Ktldey. Not 23, in tirt<en itreet, at the corner ot Lyman place, in iront of hmery BoutherV (Lore ; 1 think tt waa a quarter to Ore; there nee a man with him ; 1 waa going t> waida Chamber* atreet, aud he was going town) da bowdoia square ; I waa a* near him aa I ooald be in pa'slug with Uiy deugbter between us ; we b:>wed to htm; I remember the day, beoauae it aas tbe only day mat week when I went out with my daughter awd came botue with ber; we went out shop plug ai d trade pnrchaaaa at lloeey'a score tn Winter air*et; 1 bought < let en yarda of moa?eelln da-lalae, at twenty oenta a yard two dollar* aad twenty cants, a.id paid tbe moasy; I have rlace gone to tbetr atore. and, aa conteir?d by their b-oka, It ?sa<4 not Thursday. f?r I waa at bdme all that day; I have taken tbe greatest paius to be certain ol tbe day; I waa so eercaia of it, that I went to tbe Rev l)r Francis Hantaan; first beard ol Dr Patkmau'a disappearance from the paper* on Sunday; my daughter went up lato the c cud try on Saturday, and oame naok next I'uesday; that day l aaked my eon it abyti>lt>g bad bsen heaid ol Dr. fai kinaL , my Oaughle* Hit a reminded me tbat we bewed to hint in liteeu aire* t. and I Immediately re tcembeied it. t ro.-a ??aa.ined.? I have not eipreraed to aay one any doubt ol my reaolleciion, expressed no suob d?uot to my M?ter, Mr? Harrtcgtoa; told Dr. Kianoia ParkBian ol it oa Tuesday atteruoon Dr. lito 11 l?ay reoa'led ? The cut la not a keen one; it was quite ragged; I thought it might hare been olore WUW CBItf. Ur. O. W llolmee recalled ? There art two principal authority* in irgard to tbe ijuautity of the biood .>o ?? ani*ed at by careful ejopiritog during tbe l*?l eflitury. by a meet careful lua'.heinaUeai udatle Th? toriper give* about one-tilth d the weight. ur about t??nty eight (icuodn in the average Tbe Utter glre* tlilrli four pound* on tbe average, or between ooefour I, and < t>r cub of the whole weight When Urnn are calcined to a moderate de^ee, they may break straight acrw?, or alaating. or epilt, or eru-h, I do not tLiuk it poaeihle to tail whether the bouee iu question wrie fractured before or after calcination. Iroferarr Kb?n N. Honford ? I am a profmnor in tha La?n uoa ln?tliute e< nueo'ed wiib Harvard Ual vanity; i Irotuied lo tbe cia?* whtob l?r. Walter l?'l at w?e Mediral' oilrge; have Instructed la chemistry (luce 1841, it i* common to bevenuraiaot copper laebeaioal )at>< i ate net, it ii uMti in orgaau: aualjMa, it I* not tba ha*t inbttaace to ae*troy bl<H?d. or remove It, I have ripettiueu'td wit* nitria acid. and with p>ta?b, eepa rately on ten** aad lie b, I put tha largeet of tbe b*?f becta tbe former wlita the tendon attached, into tba commercial nitfta arid; It waa entire!/ dleeolred la dra Wenr*. Uia tit *h. letted with tba tame, waa dieaoived la bar ween ihre-rtatowr h^wr*; I ?eeetoiadeayrtmeata on buaaa bene*; ibejr would dl*?olve aooner. euluuon* I ol copper are ue-dln i'iofe?t r W?e?ter* leboratoiy, alter tekibg l ioleaeor VVtb-iein tab ratory 1 Mat to 1 hi* bou?e eome artleia* of clothing among than wera an old blanket, a pan of bina over all*, email lumaier ! cap, two a<?u aad aonie otbor article*. 4 roan examined? I'be over-all* were anmewhat wora; th? j weie found la 'rof W ' (mail priiate ro..m. they \ were lying about; I think tba police man bad u-ed tueiu fore pillow, there were about lo lb*, of riltilo acid lo 1 I'rof. Wlaboratory, It would require, I thiak, about ' tbe wtlgbt of a b u> in ultric acid to dla*o<ve it, there . wti n<> apparatu* in tba laboratory of eulBcieut mm l* dl??<Me a hua>an body lu, lu iny experiment* ol di*- , solvit g flesh aad bone*. I n*ed about two pounds of firth and ft ar pound* of bona. It I* nothing uua?aiu >a I for altrato if copper to be aptlied aboat a laboratory; It I* not very c nruriva; I did aat examine ttat *ald to be found <a the *talra; a body might be dlaauirad ia aa lrt a va**el. I>r. W r. (J. Morton awora?I have practleed d?atla'ry about eight year*. I mauulaoture ay uwa inloelal teeth, I took Inrtiuctloa of Ur. Keep, In hla metbod cl manulaatnrlag teeth, acme flia year* age? (wttaea* a a* ihowa tbe teeth found la tba furaaae) ?I aee no jeiilriiiar mark* on tbe teetb. by wblcb they could be ideatlted ; tbe teelh are ground oa tbe ta?lde; that ia not una*ual. It U dona by a mall grindstone, from the *l*e of a fourpenca (Mew ! I oik aikpanea) to that or a dollar; w* dolt tinuaily Vlin the pallrot rump lain ii that hi ha* aot room for i hi* totgoc, thira I* bulbing p<culiar In th* u?a of ' {latin* pin* ?r Iti th.- p"?ltlnn <>f th* ta !* drilled In th* look; i h>? pUl* do** ant III tb* modal of Or Kaap aaj batter than oar could *a*lly b? fouod to do la aim-it ar>y rafara lot of taatb, thrr* la no peculiarity la ilia akrorptkn of Ib* tltrnlar proooa; there art toauy not *? much abtorbed. aud many far m<r*. [ I lia wiioa-a batr nbooi d tbe jury how sow* old pLataa of t?*ib of hi* cat would At tba Modfl at Dr. Cailaan'i J Tba ?;? truh and tba Mcarpldoa Uw lower jaw ar. B<al likely to I art, wa cnuioni/ let tt>m remain "n that awaal; ff cl tba blaaba fuaad la tba faraara la eoatact ?itt Hat * hirh lc rupponad to (It th* modal of Ur Kr?p ha? rTld?n y km ?ip<?-d te a hi* beat, aod l? touch warped Whlrh lrclln?? aia to tblak lhat Ilia I >wer blick lb contact Mai aaea baa a warped, and if wnrp?4, It may hare ba warped to fit. lroar-Maalt>4 - I atka my Ueth to fit tba t**n ol uj pattaota a* lb*j rlee; an wt of taeth f)nl?b*d oa tba plat** will bt two mouth*, bat U?a block* of taeth which go en tba plata* may fur twe; a nodal doe* Dot eiaolly copy tba tb* Jaw. but th* boa* with tba m uale aad ja? la It; I ceald Identify a wt of tealh oo wblob I bad worked *<iii* time, if i raw it la a patTaet alaia. bat a great part of a y w< t k I eculd ideality la #u< b a *ta * bat mr.re I rould a?t, tba peanllaritl** of a jaw oiuld mak* an impr*??l< a oa me for a tlm*, bat I aooid not ray bow long Pr<fm*cr Treadwell recalled- Oa Krlday. No*unbar U*. Dr Wahner atlM ra ma. with Mr* W?b<tfr. alxot right; they Mayed tlU nlaa, aad Mr. Marrill Wjaaa and hit wife wrr* tbera, asd Jalge la; wai In n the cont*e rf tbe*v?aing. ba ***m*d *b**rfiil. aad not wandering at all, afl*r ?l? o aiaak oa Taaalay I ?aw blaj aaar tb* borjlag at- and, I ?pok* with him, there ?*? aoUiag r< roarkahlr In tb* ?oor*r**Uoa, he rpoka bf Dr latkmaa, thara wa* aothiag a*Ueaable la bit m?nawr wbaa that enhjact wa* aimdcd to. I laeitlrrt alter ear ,* ba palated to a *toaa aad a?ked What It a a* I rtrr-ctaminad? I am eoa04*ot that b* wa* going toward* bia heeee; I raw htm aaotbar lima afterward* bat am aot e?af>d*at what day. Vary Rhode* awora- . >aoght*r of tba prarloa* wtta***, I br.aa Dr Uaorg* l arkman for aaarly twa y?*ra; I r? mam bar raring Ur. iaorga Parkman oa Friday. No?#a.h?r KM, at aboat ?* ? al?b; my mot bar waa aitb ma. tb*ra wa* a gaailamao walking wltb Or. Farkmaa; I did not baow him wa bad ba*a oat, aad height a madia d* lalaa dr?*? at llovay'a; I bad tb* bvadla carrying It hoaia, I want out bafora that w?*k oa Wagtia*day; oa Patarday I want to Lailag tea. I thaa baatd of tb* dl*app*araaaa *f ur. Parkmaa, oa Saturday. fi<m tba papav. ' roa* aiamta< d ?I did not rpawfe of *a?|ng Dr ParkBaa at Laskagtaa, th? tic* ot him la th* pa par waa r?a?l!?d la tba family; It did aot aaatt* muoa *?naarrntim; I did not maatlon oar **alag Dr Parkmaa lhara. b*can*a I urdaratood from tb* aotiaa that ha i dl?*rp' aiad oa ratarday. ' r*h urranongh parra ?I hava kaowa Dr Uaorwa Parkman itom aarly lif?; I raw him laat oa Friday, tba rati |w wblab ha dl*app*arrd. la i mbrt ig* *traat. balaaaa Malkaap and South llaaaall atraatr It wa> taw mir.nua batar* 3: I bad aa angagamaat at o'clock, la | T?mpla rticat, to ma*t my *oe , wa* aa my way aa t'mbkrtdf* ?ui>t to bmt thla ; ?h?n f got i to i ) dda ibht i took otrt my ntrk. and it w m | bin alt in i and i had tta>? to jat to mj roa n i tb?ra a? dr rark?aa on ik* ?ppoalta ?lda of tba ?traat; mj | brijaf that i raw him i* po??(|ra. ( rr^a aiau.ltatl< u ?lw?ltad acthlaf timd b. (irraa a?< ro ? i am aalaaaaa at hwj'i t't*. la wliitar atr??t. tm rlday 'oo af n<i?abk?, tk?ra war a p?ih of mn.llb da 1*1 aa aold ala?a? tw4i. j at itnii e?ntr ;n4 , tb?>r* *m a* ?tb?r parrai at mtialla da lata* a< m ibat day tor aaab riarjit that ; i do k< l inmIicI it, i cfclj know u froa a aaattiatua book mr tufclar. tbacannrat fa* rrofaaaor w?>dw, kara n>l- mu it plraratbatoatt, thla no#, our a?t<taa?>, br aa a'hit itba tba prtotiag* of lookla* orrr nor -tn raaaiia 10 if my wttaaaaa* km araapad m. tba ? can adjoarard tba ia<wi(| <4 nt*nl ?wihii to aaataadr. partma a'tar tba ttaia of bl* aardar aharaad mi tba i*. dima>?a?. bar bar a ??rj poatm*. am ararara rroaaateweauaa baa thabra tba attaam bat hula Tf?? faurit Dit?a> a C*aa?tba frnaat dlraraa bill bar baa* dtayarrd of \>y tba >?? by rafa?oa? tba rb<4r mil, ?hb tba anaadairat adaatad tka day khtlrtal; f i*, ft'babl j, wmi aattla u? aauar ar far m oar itghlatan u ia>iiri?l -fm. wf<r, marrt. 2$. ?-.... ' ED. . I ^ * TWO CENTS. Our Wwhlngui Owropwitu. W?(hii>uto*, (D. C ,) Mirth It, IMC. 7V I It ah k %f Mr. CaMoua-TIU PmUent', UU V*M l? yirginU. , It gtw me great plwiur* to My that Mr. Cliboui If nlbiDff utrturth tm r&nldl* TK... In circulation la reference to hU kwltk-lkM It I* wot*? It I* not to. Krery kU symptom hai [Hint from htm. it U not deemed advisable by bli phyeletaa. Dr. Hall, that he abould enter tba Senate c ham bar at iri>?ot.?i he would ba ?*ry ttrtaii to tiki part la tbe dabit' which might bring on relapse. Ha will, therefore, PT rUlt to V trgtnia and remain there until hta health fully undoubtedly re-established. Tkara U a report la circulation that ha U dletatlag anntbar / peeeb. I hare tt frem tba bant authority that this to not trae; nor hi* ba toy Idra of doing anything of tba kind at preeent I enclose a lattor addreeeed to tha Alexandria 6a> tent by (George Waablrgten Parka < ustisa. who, It hwi. Is u old friend of youra; but ha baa been M Into an error?It an not yogr ' Wandering Reporter" who mad* the fan while the teamboat wti pacing Mount Veraoa. It was tba President and Major tin. Tba Wandering Reporter only reported It ihat'a nil. ALEXANDER. Waihinotoi* (D.C ), Marsh 27?12, midnight. Mr Calhoun'? HttUK ~Ji Rrlopte. A rery bad, damp day, which has bad ita effect upon tbe health of Mr. Calhoun Ha la not wall u yenterday Hie oongb la worse and be U rery wank and nervou*. He ba* alio a ferer again. Yourr, bo. ALEXANDER. Tbe He port on California, by ilea. TaemM (Sutler King. One of oar eon temporaries gi??? tha following ik tract d Mr. Butler King's report on California WitiiiKuio.i, Monday, v.aroh Hi, 1M0 Mr Tbomaa Uutler King's report na California waa read to tb? Praitdeat and eablnet to day, and ooeepied t.o hours and a half in reading It will of oouree, be ?o n pre. en ted to Congress 1'be topics of whleb tt u eat# are i? '1 be population of the country. lis agrtenltuial reeoureee. tstent and produotMw ot tbe mineral region. I he C'Uinivice and navigation of California. 1 he lamination nece-eary for the territory. Atid. est,?dally. lu regaidto the dt?p wltlon of tha gold (waring lands belonging to the United Slates Th? population of tba couutiy n no? ab >ut one iiui-di*a and twenty tbuosaad An aooeeeiun to tha |h puleti' n by ic>migration during the year beginning st (he neit dry ?ea'On-on the brat of May is turned at tec hundmd thousand Tie atfilcultutal oapaaiile* of tha Stata art vaacly ytfa'er ilan bava been beratofora r?pr?wiVil TQwra t? I vaet Itriii ot pt4ura laodi, ua*urpa*?ad aay ?h<r? iu iba world Id Terdiim aud ricbueaa i'ha wild oat* grow rpon'auaouHy at) afar tba plalaa, > leldit g an annual amp at the rata of forty huatiaU p> r acta Avy number or catfla and ah nap may ba laired 1 wo bundled ibonaand bca-i of ecllt mutt ba bi( i>^ht Into tha country during U>? naxt two y?-?ra ' In- can I* r?n fuinirrl) killed tor th-ir M jna wblab ?>? the chief article of export, and tbejr ware worth but four Joliar" a bead but bow tbay ara worth twaaty or thiriy dollar* a btad. < allfomia i* e-p-oi*!ljf adapUd to wotl-growing; geniirnan wi? aiK?t to ini|Ort tea rb?a*aod ?t?aap lit in Mexico >1 b a * lew 10 go Into tba' buooaaa. Tbe futuia value of tba vloajarda I* represents*! as reij mi. At* to the commerce of tha o >ontry. ba eatlaataa tha value tf unpen* needed In < alitornla from tba Atlantic State* for the next year. at four milll.a* of dollar* In II ur rix millloaa In lumbar,aad two mlUtoM la i tiier article* ai to the article of loin bar, lu prlaa (a sow $76 par tbonrantl, aud cannot ba lawar. b?cau?* it la b?tow tan cot ot lata r n?cer?ary tor rutting aad aawiag lumbar in allfornla. It can be carried to alifornla tor (14 a th< ueainl, and ruppoaing It to eo*t $20 bora, It wiB continue to pay 1 be gold region I* daacrlbad a* extending lira or rfs hunoied n lie* fr m tbe Koutb to tba Nortb aad from oitj to Mxty uillaa In width from haat la Waat It rlaer gradually In an Inclined plana from tba daerav-ito Vali?) to tba al*rai|oa of 4 000 feat at wawt are aail> d lha f oat Hill* between thaaa bllla aad taa fcltrra NaraOa. a number of *tr>am* bare tb-ir oouraaa, aid lake tbair coutaa through tba Kaot Hula. Mtlaaid. Mr King examined twelra of tb??e riran, and fouai tteia all eery lioli In gold. Tba larrlior) on tba Mortfc I* ear) rl?h la gold, and tbe c?nola*inn ia laaettabla, fr? m all tha facta that iba wbola qaarti piaiaooatamlng ihr?a tbuiuaad rquara mile* I* rull of beooed in ih* qwarta aad a?aaai wbtah 4taah?rau4 turn tba quarti b* tba torraata may ba fwaad ia daat ai.d lump* la tbe bed* of tba attnaia*. 'lha wbola number of tertlgnara la tha MKloa, aha are g< ld buut>ra. la Qftaea th >u**nd. Chara ha* a b iaa bul *a*? a thousand Mnarlcaa goid banter*. rti? hil>ana and tba Stiurt penpla ram a la orowda aad haea eaitiadoB twealy b?a miuloaa Tba \merlaaa* bava pi . curt d bfiaau million* Tba CbUlaaa ara expert 411 g*f? I h? ami uat of gold already proaarad. I* forty Million* But forty million* mora will ba prnaar*4 darlag tbe com it. < dty *aa?on ray from May till Noaembar r<?k will rooB begin, anil can l>? oo&Uitt4 dunag Um wit a* ?< II m tha dry m>on Mr King tillailM lb? amount of g >14 which ?tt b* | rtwuio'l fr< m th* l*t May ISbl, ULl tba UN*> v*n<btr 1M2 at <>oa buadrrd mlllloai! I" rrr ii ii lJ* that tha Ui.d- ba ratal nod n pabllo pnif*rl) for# tor, and aa a parpatual raaouroo (or U? public UnhMi To Ik* and dtg**r* of gold, bo aropoaoal# (rant p<tmlit at tki rata of aa oaaea oI gold tar oaab p< und k or tba anconrngrmant of ragnlar alilai operation*, k* ptofom to graat laaaoa of a 11a I tod aaatar f aor*f. to par* a* or #?apaaia#. at a >maU par aaa tag* on tba aniount of gold proeurad. I nt treating fruna Bailra. [Mom tha N ?> DrKa March IS ] By tha atrlfal of tba brtg Ann Maria ? aptaln <arda, fr<ni Vtiki tnt, wa ar* la ractlpt ?f flit* of tba lut H'fiuliluino, from tba cltj ot Mailoo. to tba l*d ult Bo, Tba Hour# of ilaproaaatattraa of C >ngr*?', ?4?;ta4, on tb* IWtb ultimo with an aa* nil at, tba S-nata bill authorizing tba gararnmaat to nagnuata of tba bom; to ba paid by tba I mud lutti ' Tb<- Knnii* laarn* tbat tba ajuataalanlo or tsn cobcil. ef Taapioo daalrod pubiiaty to alda with tba rtiolktloklrti aader \ Hal aroaodn bat am fraatiatad by (ioaaral U V?ga : abarupoa. aoaarai af tl.aa artrb tbalr fnaada latt Taapioo to Jobi tba l?ior?*ata at \ !ata?ta Tba hana'ar; or <itai? bo?a??; baa lalniatd ? *ngi**t on tba 10tb ult that tba rorw> lutmn in raaaultpaa w at aa and 1 ha M?nn*r ?I*Im tbat by tba latt Britlah ataaaar a 1* ttar I'M rtoalaad tica Mania Aaaa. (by *b>a la n<-? aai.tunad ) raprlmaadtfig cartain political laad<r# 1cr rung bi? Dan* In th-it att'apt* at ra*olut|<->a wttferut M* -aootlva atid warning tb?a agaloat aahiag hUa an mairooiant aad abutlag Ma aaaa for iba parpoaa at furtborlag tbrlr erlaiaai and lapraatioabio daaigwa. ( a tba '1m aliiaa. a oaaalttaa af tbraa, mm pubOa ?i?dlt " tu appal a Wd by tba Hoaaa vf KapraooataUaa# f < vgraa*. 1 ba t a l tad 8 la to* rraaar Wator WI to h aad aahaaa Hlrt *atarad tha port of Vara Cm oa iho l?th at Jan. from ibatr aacborag* off Aacrl flcloo Tbay won laal Ilia 1 "banon. 1 b* Kmw Matca that botwaoa tba night of tbo lttfe and tb? moralng of iba Utb alt , a raroiuUaa, la faaar ci Kaata Aaaa. waa to bata broboa out la Jatlaaa. tat It aa Olacovorad by aaaa of tha aotiflnuri aad IC? goarra. a tea of loaijoo, Paralta. K.?a?, aad oibart, aara takaa piUonar* Soma of tba ailllary aM*aia, who wara ?u?pact.d, bad tabaa bo flight ltdoao avt appear to haaa braa a ?ory tonaldahia affair,aa tbaoaiy ara* eaftaiad wara Watty palra of ptatol# A raoaat ms of m raai par <>ati aaa mm lartad la tba ntata of Maitao. moon alt para<>a? ab aiamaaa yaataofaga. Tk* la* takw tftM Iraa tk? 111 W A^ifl MM. Tba Monitor M)| tba Iroalltr llttM art eoraad *lt| thra* planaaa - barbaron indlaa* poof aaaipapara aad lb? yioiialif ol Ik* Narta *aaa*1aa?a. - ??< MM ?? la? Ut ?ttb all tbatr (iMakoau, railroad* aad ?n?illi t?i??r?pt. ara vary iroanlMnat i?l(tt>ta '> of tba kaau baadaad ta aa?<?au tba Cbatoa ranal aaar tba ally of Maftao, and tba aalfbbortag labaa. ?w nearly < < (> I atad Tba A inartaaa ataaaiar ? allforala touabad a* Maaatlaa ca tba 04 Jaaaa?y. nr?a Iraa baa ?ria itiaa. Ith two hundred aad taaaty-flra >m?a|an. aal ailad aait bay for fa?a DaiiH b aatlbar I* Vara'ma. oa tba lttb alttaaa, tba AaarW-aa ptl?t boat Httebaaafe dragged froaa bar aaahora aad ?r?at a?hora 7 ba Maat/ar baa for a?aaUa? Mat inaaal tba farU-ir a>nltipltaatlaa af Book* aab aaaa la (ba rapaalta at M?at?r. wgulai that tbay ara aa aayrodwtlra abb of" alety. aad tba* tba eoaatry aaaba aalfnaa *ha wul inrraaaa tba popalaUoa, aa aa to aaba baa* ifalaA tba ladtaa*. It daaarlbaa tba aatry of aoaw eadrea, aad twataa MaVre af bartty lata tba aapttal, aabar tba baad of' faaaral proaaaatoa, ' Vadaaia Ikabop *m atlU la|lag ad tba aaallal Mr. Boab?a bad a?ai?aai? a Mattaaa aatlnaal ab aad labaatad It to tba rraatdaat. Braabtya aty laullifaaaa. t>*wo< a 4 n> NoMim*Ttoaa. - Tba da?aar?tta lilagatia fkoan tba dllTeraat ward* a?t at tba Ba?la llatai. la laltoa atraat. oa Wad aaaba y araatac aad aaaba tba fnlievtkt alty avalaattaaa i- Mayar.baaoa* baattb. frr H V W Tboraa. Jmm M. daaMry. J. aapb Npraf a?. Naaaal ftloaa, AUrabaa VarpUa*. aai Oaarja W. Vaa Wlabia. tlraait laait. afura Jadfa .dearda. M??r? 2* ? H Caraaaa n H'rHrrntt, .<Wi/-11fc eaaa. ah lab baa aaaaptad tba ??art far aaratal bafa pa?t. a* aa aatloa tar Uaapaaa. ta raaanr tba awaa of tin trara, ataraa aab otbar praparty. tba ataabaf plalo'lff Tba Jary laad.nd b aaalad rardtot, t?ba notntag for plaiautf, far ??l,Kb. Tba < a art tb?n adjaaraad far tba Urn. Ratal In tallica lira. l\ i it raw-- vitaa. froaa MoMla pat lata Kay Waal, oa tba tbtb taat, far aaai. aad aaftad tbaaatby aa b arxtaa _ Tba itwaVat< aaaba arHrad at Baffala, ba* Da trait, aa tba W?b laat baelag aala tba M piljl, fr-a> port to pact, <4 tbla afttag.

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