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

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 1, 1855 Page 1
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THE NEW TOR WHOLE NO. 6761. MORNING EDITION-THURSDAY, K HERALD. MARCH 1, 1855. ^ PRICE TWO CENTS. AFFAIRS IN THE METROPOLIS. DEATH OF CHIEF JUSTICE EDWARDS. lECTJJBES OF SAM HOUSTON AND DB. HULL. WTERESTING PRISON STATISTICS. FIRES ? ACCIDENTS ? INCIDENTS, (He., Ac., Ote. Kalian Optra I. net Night. DKucr or wonora vkstvali, is la FivoitrTA. at Till ACADRMV OF MUSIC ? TOUNQ AHKUIC A IN A 8TAT* Of KXCITKMKNT ? TBt APDIKNCK AND THK ? PERFORMANCE. I-ast night was the fifth of the Opera *ea?on at the Academy of MuhIc, under the Old Bull regimK As " Ri joletto" did not achieve a great succms, the management Tusolved to give that portion of the public which in dulges in the luxury of the lytic drama another opera, %y other arti-ts. The "Favorita" wan the opera select ed, wltii the principal parts thus distributed:? iMainl..,,; Signora Vcstvali. (lirst appearance here.) i emando Fignor I.orlni. (First appearance here ) Alfonso Signor BadUll (I list appearance with this troupe ) Signor OolctM. TliU programme .nclude* the rum** of sevenl popi Jar ai tiata, but it failel to draw & sufficient number of 'psrson.s to (ill half the house. The prima donna of the night made a " hit" some two weeks ago an Muffle Or feini in "I.ucrezia Borgia,'' and Young America was ter ribly fascinated with her. This useful class of our population came out in pretty good number* at the Academy last night, and behaved iu the usurl manner. The long overcaats, profautly called " Shanghae," the immense waistcoats, the t:ght t>ow era, the bouquet for the charming object of the affection* ? the little eyeglau* inserted in ore optic after the mont strenuous elTorti, and maintained in Its place by the moat painful muscular e'Jort? all these were the subject of admira tion to their proprietor*, and amnsemont to the <iutrtide barbarians. The attendance of the aristocratic /lalAtues of the opera was light. Irving place and Four teenth ?t reel did not present the long array of carriage* which usually annoys pedestrians whenever there ia Anything new at the Opera. In fact, the number of pri vate carriage* was very small, ami the audience was as mixed aud as democratic an assemblage as we have ever s?en at the Italian Opera. Some of the ladiea wore >pf ra cloaks, diamonds, flowers, brocades, and other in dispensable^ for full evening dress, but they were few and far between. It really seemed that the fashionable people had give'n up their favorite amusement. Most of the ladies appeared in bonnets and the ordinary street costume. The delegation frtm Fifth avenue found themselves in a decided minority, and they xeem'd very -sold in their white opera cloaks, their frigidity, and "ttieir reserve. Tha most striking contradictions in costume were vis ible on every aide. In the dress circle, sitting in the t ?um? row, might be seen a sturdy democrat, rejoicing in a rough frei/.e-like overcoat, aud a Broadway dandy, at. , tired in the height of the mode; one lady in a twelve shilling shawl, ami anothur in a cashmere, which cost ! somebody not less than a cool Qve hundred; while, to 1 pnmplete the picture, a policemin, in the neat uniform f the force, appeared ia the background Really, the*^ Opera. by the appearance of the Academy laat night, ?ros to bo growing popular with the people. It was the aort of audience that we would see in any theatre. Cf Donizetti's numerous operas La fbvorita ia de servedly estei'nied the most original and perfect as a com position. Tiers are lesa evidence* of plagiarism in It than in aay ef his other works. It may be leas spark 'ing and less captivating in a popular senae than some of his older rcmpONitfcns, but it Is more satisfactory to the mind of a critical judge. The roU of I<eonora Is an ar duous one, and requires not only great powers of musical expression but histrionic talent of a high order. I'erhapa no artiat tonhinea these two requisites in a greater de gree than Glial, and the performance of the part .luring her lat* engagement here was accordingly one of her greatest successes. The telection of thi? ro/c tor the debut of tlgnora Vestvali last night, struck us, to say ths least of it, as an ambi tious ellort. after such a recent opp rtunity of comparl son with that great artist, and we own that we felt no ^ little curiosity to jufJge how t'lis lady would acquit her ' **lf tin er such uofarorahle cir. umstance*. Tlie dif ficulty of the undertaking was of course enhanced by the fact of the part being, in some degree, unsuited to the qualities of he: voire, wbich is a fair contralto one, .rich in the lower. but ilefective in the higher nate*. In he part in which she had already appeared at the Me /rnpol tao theatre, she had mado a most favorable im pression. but at the tame time it mus< be retollfcted that it was within the legitimate range of her powers, ?and subjeo?i>J *hem to no greater effort than they could fairly meet. lo say that under such circumstances Signora Vest tali diJ not bresk down, is alitady a high degiesof ; -raise; but we are warranted in going further andstat'n? chat she aurprised every one by the energy, the depth of ^fVeliog ant force of expression with which she r-u ldered this vkflicu'.t part. In the early part of the even ?rg she manifested comld* rable nervou.-ness, which oc caaioually imparted as awkwardness to her movements, hut as the upera progressed this feeling won away, and ?he Ix-came more combed and natural. Her appear. H*oc? is very much in her favor. fltt is a tall, finely 'finned woman, with amall but beautiful features, floe Brxpreeaive eye i and brilliant complexion. She is, w> svii-liere, a Pole by birth, but has very mjch >tyle and maimer of a French woman. In the du"tt I "Willi the Ling, (Hail ah,) in the second act, ahe ac , i, itte 1 h> r if.' most creditably, as also In the iinpreca Won Siene and the flnale of the piece. She was warmly applauded tbrou jhout, and was several times called before the curtain to receive the tributea of the audience, |jt)tbough ait what we would call a brillant success. ' ignora Vestvall's performance was what the French would call a luctii d'titime, and will give the fair artist an honorable place in the public favor. ^ Of the ether rersonages of the piece, with the excep tfoii of Baiali, there is nat much to be said. That adinl Pabteartirt was, as usual, correct and spirited in bis ren erlng ol 111* part, and we were fcappy to find that hia -foice betrays J no evidences of his recent indispos tion lignor l/ino. made a v?ry respectable Fernando, r.ith-r w-ak at t mes, but still rl- ing occai lonally to the level [ef the requirements of the part. The Balthazar of Col petti w?e about one of the heat things we have seen him Altoirether, the opera went off very creditably, con sidering that thf troupe is still sbort of the numerical strength and quality of arti*tic?l talent whl -h Is to c jo istitute Itc efleetive force Tliis deficiency will, however, |he leme'lied In the coure* of a w?ek or two by the s a , Af-skire drk- 'r of the other artists who are engaged. I Coroner** OArr. KiUia Rrroat or MrnbER.? Yeaterday, Coroae < oneil wa* tillM tipon to hold an Inqueat upon th y of Catl Wntirmi, a German, reailicg at 23 ut?a who cam* to hit death from mpntiog o brain brought about by Intemperance. The cu i at 8i?t ?a|>poMd om of murder, a* It appeared ia t light ia the WeTenth war J polio* return* mad* t ? Cbiaf A Police y?>terd*y moraine. Tha ret ,m? K.I that tha deeeaead'a nama was Wetmore, that h" d at No. 102 Stanton atreet, and that hi ha 1 been ten to dentil by robber*, who rlHed hia poakatt, all o cb. with the exception of the laat fart, waa upon th* oner'a a?eellfaUoa found to b? Incorrect Dr. O. lion m*i* an eiteraal (lamination of th* bo It of tb? maod, fonwl no rnarka of Tinlrnee, and (are It ax hia ilon that the dee***ed cam'- 1<> hia death from coaret i of tiie brain, eauaed by tit* too free uat of ard>n'. ?it*. The jury r*ader*d a rwrdict accordingly De td wa* Iwt; oar yeara of itr* and haa or late been uigieg freely ! a th* habit of drink in* to eie***. ? Htlllaaubarg < n> New*. Hi Kmtii ?' m at F*i?.irr -Oa Monday afteraooo no ne HL ? h erera pmm ?<t a Urge <lo? upon a party of b->ya Hrho wet- p ?> n( ia Grand ?tre*t ' >n. ? of them, name ^Vead, waa a* much frlfht*oed, that he waa tbrowa int ? H tit Ha wat reareyed to the reei lenra of hia pareata. H g^beuth Third (treat, where he died oa Tueaday night. |]BTh?iu. or Vaaanuniwi.? Two young mea, oam*d PH'atrtek Leonard and Wra Sean clerk* for fa trick Boyle, [Btoflar, e*i at r I a oa aweaae aad Uraad atr**t, were *r kflaeted yeaterday by offi-er A* - man of tha fifth lietrict ^Bolie*, oa a r barg a of ember >. ng about tlAQ from tV> |B?p<<>rer loaatrrt'.ed far exam **'.<*? Death of Hon. Mcnry plan rpmt Kdwardi, Presiding Justice of the M^prraw Court of tlie Htatc of Sew York. IDJOUUNltKNT OK ALL TWS COURTS. Fkb 28.? The sad event that wo aaticipatwt ha oc curred, and one of the brightest ornament* of (V beach has been fcrerer dimmed in the premature of Htnry I*. Fd\v?rds, which took place at ail residence in thin city, on Tuesday evening; young in yearn but full of legal honor*. The various Court* of the city adjourned in respect to the memory of the decease 1, and we ?ub joiu report* of the proceeding*. HrrUhMK COURT? CIRCUIT. lion Judge Roosevelt, presiding. Fib. 28 ? At tho sitting of the Court th s morning, ex Judge Kent brieliy moved that out of respect to the memory of Judge Edward*, who?e death occurred la*', evening, this Court do now adjourn. Mr. Noyes liaving seconded the motion, Ju<if;e Koo'evi'lt hi id ? Th* Court has received in'elli gence of the death of Mr. Justice Edwards, at his resi dence in this city, <>n the eveninjpof the 27th instant, in the forty-sixth year of his ago. The event, although sudden, hus, for a few weeks, been not unexpected. Among the youngest, If not actually the youngest, of the Judges of the cistrict, Judge Edwards was the oldest in commission, and consequently, by the arrangement of the constitution, the presiding Judge of the Genera' Term. A fow more months, had he lived, would have completed ? and most boncrably completed ? the first period (eight years iu duration) of of hi* jjdlclal service. It las please 1 the Great Disposer ot events ? prematurely to mere human eyes ? to cut him down in h1* youth and in his strength, aud (fori cannot doubt, had he lived, bis almost, if not altogether unopposed re election) in the midst of hii u?efuli&t,n. }!y tho bur and the public his Ions will bo deeply felt, to his colleagues it will be irreparable. Another opportu ni'y, aud a moie fitting one, will so?n be presented to dwell more at length upon hi* character aud his virtues. For tlie present the Court will direct the above entry to be mui'e in its; minutes of the death of Mr. Justice Ed wards, and, as a further testimony of respect fo bis memory, will now adjourn. 8UPHKMI: OOC7 RT? SPECIAL T?KM. Pratent ? linn Thomas W Cleike, Justice. Ken. 2K. ? At the sitting of tho Court this mnrnin;, Mr. Henry E. Davis said, fiat the melancholy intelli gence announced this morning to the bensh, bar an 1 the public of the rteceatc of that eminent Judge and our much esteemed fellow citiiea, Henry I' orrepwut Kd wardi, renders it peculiarly fitting that proper notice of this great public Io?s stouid bo taken. In rnspect to hi* memory, I therefore move th*.t this Court stand adjourn ed until Friday morning at. 10 o'clock, which motion wa* seconded by 1). llewley, Esq. , and the Court wa* adjourn ed accuii ingly. MTKKIOR COURT? TRIAL TERM. I.'efore Hon. Judge Hloison. Fkb. 28 ? At tho opening of the Court, Mr ttiiwellan i nounced the death ot th-i Hon. Honry 1*. Edwards, one of the Justices of the Supreme Court, and as a tribute cf respect to his memory moved that this Court do now adjourn. Thin mot on was seconds.l by Gilbert M. Speir, Esq., and thereupon his Honor, Justice Mosson, responded in sn eloquent and feeling manner, and ordered the Court to be adjourned. StJTKKIOH COURT? TRIA.L TElltt. Before Hon. Judge* Hosworth, Oner andSlo*soa Fvu. 28. ? At the opening of the Court. I) 1>. Field, E*q., announced the death of Judgn Ed war Is, of the Su prt- iii"' Con it, unci nfter a few appropriate remarks upon tin* character of the deceased, moved an a lj jurnni"nt of tbie Court. The motion wii seconded l?y Albert Mathews, Esq., tn a few pertinent remark* eulogistic of the lute Judge. The Court (Judge Hosworth) approved of the mut on. Every member of thin Court, waul he, n/BpttkilM deeply with tiie loss sustained in thin event, by the bencli, the bar and the community. There bad been serious 'grounds to apprehend, for seve rai day* past, that the (event which ha* urn happened would oevir. Until with'n seveu or eight week* Judge F/lwards ha 1 been eng*R?d in the pertoraianco of his Judi cial duties and in the eujuyuietit of robust hxalth. Although ?et a yonug tuun, beiug only forty -six at the tin) .- of hi* death, be had attained a lugh posi tion in In e, which he maintained with credit to utm self and with honor to tbe profession and to the pu ti ll e. He trim a man of good talent*, of high professional attainment*, and of great courtesy in bis intercourse with hi* brttbtenof the profession and with theheuch lhi* was not an occasion in, upon the spur of the 1 momei t, full justice coukl be done the msinory of tno I dtceaacd. Hoth from a mdm of In propriety, and in a: I c.inlance tiith the dutatee of the feeling* of Court, the motion for adjournment la grante 1 Adjourtud. 9UPRBTOR COCJtT. Itefore Chief Juitice Oakley Fiji. ?8 ?Mr. }1. I Nidge briefy more I the adjourn ment of the Court in coute.|uense of the death of Ju l^e Edward* ol the Supreme Court Mr. Charlet O'Ootior seconded the mo'ion. He said II *ould no* become me to anticipate by 'nformal remark at thi* time, the well merited eulogy which, ?n the appro priate occasion will be ptououncol upen the virtu - an I takata of Judge Edward*. M it sutilee for the present to say, that influenced by cmetioni of the deepest *ym patby with hi* numerous friend*, I *eeond the motion The judicial body of New York, numerous an 1 distui gui*h<"i as It is lor learning and ability, ha* *ustan 1 1 a revere lo?*. The ccmmuui'.y, who e faithful servant he was. ha* *ulfered a lot* not easily reparable. In tb>) prime of life, with hi* well matured vigor of mind and body, we bad a right to expect that a lonj Ufo of honor ami tis?ftiln"?? wan before him. But an Inscrutable wis dom ha* been pleased to t<et a*i le these expectations, at<d call him to another and tetter world, wh're, I trust, the reward I of a well spent li'e awaited him Though the* early called aw.iy, h" had tilled the measure ol a destiny ?hi<b might wnil excite emulation. A'ter a highly honorable carter at the bar. at th* will of hi* felli w 3ili/?ua he asended tiie bench be passed, with gn at satisfaction to the public and relit to himself, , Iron1 the front stage of judicial promotion, to a seat In the bieliett court known to the constitution and law* of on* Ma'?, and at the close of hu t?rm, which w is em ployed in a manner equally useful to ' ho pnbtlc? without a panie In hit onwar I career, without eiperieoc'ng for , nn ip l*nt any reverse In his earthlv fortunes, or any check in hs ad vanoe to earthly honor and dlst notion ? be has lieen called tway We can but weep over hi* honcred ash.*. and pay the tail tribute to hi* honoted and honorable name. Judca Oak ley raid he felt the deep loss that the h'n:h ar.d the bar had sustained in ibe death of Ju Ik ? El wards. l'eibsp* no other m tnber ciuld be so inuoh missed. The event was so *udd*u it was an awful warn ing to u* all COMMON n.KA RPE''1 41. TKI'.M Ilefore Hon Judge Haly. Fm SS. ? Judge lu'j, of bis oen volition, directed an adjournment of the court, out of respect to the memory ol tbe late Judge Kdwards, of the .Supreme Court, on whose virtues as a loan, nod whose worth a* a profound lawyer and a dignified and well learned Judge, be passed a brief but touching and just eulogiutn. I The < ourt then adjourned. the other branches of the (' immon Pl*a? were not In session, and, therefore, no act uu in the mitter could be | taken. t:. 8. CIRCCIT COrRT. ilefore lion. Judge Hetl*. Kip. US ?At the sitting of the Court this miming, Hon. John McKeon, C. M . IMstrict Attorney, rote and ; *aid ? May it plea*< the Court? I to a*k this Oiart to ?utpend iii [10 eoiet" 1 he presi of this ui >rn ng an { ncunces ttat Henry P W ?ar Is, one of the Judges of I the Supreme < oert of the j'tate of New York. di?l la*t evening at Ins residence in th.? n't. Against tht* me I lan< holy result the bench and bar have hoped for *e re ' raldaj* past Tiie blow bM bees struck at last. It is becoming that ie?pest should '.e paid to tbe memory of one who has be'd a h ?b judicial j .sition, I Judge ??! wards wai a son of 'iovernor Wwar 1*. of f'onoecHcnt, in which .Stat* the de eased was born. Judge E came to th:* city at an early air*, an 1 st i lie 1 law He pr*' t sed at the bar with such diatinjuiabed success that he we* elected by his fello*v < itliiens, ah ml eight years sin 'e, one of the Ju Iges of th" Jupren?e Court of this r<Uil?. By tl.e orgaouation of the Judi ciary of the !-tate of New York, he haa executed the duties of the Judge aotonly of thi* district, to which he was selected, but d iriog tie past year i e h%* h-d I a ?eat on the highest tribunal known to our system ttie Court of Appeal*. It is not my purpose to speak of the decseaed in studied phra*e, -sun* more fitting o-eaal m will be afforded. I trust, to do justice to bl* character and *ervicee. I can epeai of him as I knew him. le language o! "Jeep eiacertty and truth. H? wss a rij-e I acholar. a lumino is and learn-d Judge A* th* pro*<- uting ofli -er of this iity for several ve*r?, It b?c*me my duty to appear before bim in esse* ef the mo*t solemn character. Before him wer? tried ?everal for crin*l involving tbe lives of the unfortunate Erisoners and I ran never for ^et bow beaoUfally w?rs lended by Judge Eilwards in the execution of bis b gh office the trndereet feeling of mercy with tbe severest sen** of Justice. Few men p> saeised s m re comman ding and gan'le manly bearing In every action the *cC imphabnd man was evlden*. l-eatb has truly, ia tnis instance, loved a ! shining mark. I therefore mc* e and I have n> do,,bt It will alTord your honor a melancholy pleasure so to direst, that thi* Court do now adiourn for the lay. Ex Judge Iteebe aaid he bad just '?es celled upon to second the motion of the IHstrkt Attorney end he did so witli no ordiaary feeling* of emobua. ft was bis pri vilege lor msny years to snow Judge Edwards, and ti i now him was to esteem blm he wa? a man of tn* kind est aatnre, an ! to the humblest m m'-er of the bar. al ways gentla sad eourteo.s. By bl* death, tbe ben th, tbe bar ead th* public hare sustained no or dinary loss. No man could have been stricken from the jedidal galaxy, who coull be more mie*ed than Judge F/lwarde lie (Judge lust*; had hoped that a constitution entirely strong woai-t bar* saitained bim under hi* iweat attack, and enabled him once more ta hold that pneitita which be 111*1 so mveb honor and distinction. But In the midst ef hie br gbtne.* a ad hi* usefulness he haa bene (tricken <o*a, | v*f be wetild *tlU live 1a tbe memory or all aiaekaew him Tb'it In a time whrn auef? A judge coulJ b? badly ?par# I Ah a niti priui ju U" h?d a? auperlor. 1IW perception was rnpid ami itlwryw correct After some few more rt mark* on the virtues at' the deceased. Judge Eectw secondod the motion to tdjoura. Judg* Httts considered tb"* motion proper, and the observation* mi>'< by both gvntlemcn appropriate and well-Deserve 1 Ho \n- w .(mine KdwanH "roui Ills earliest professional !'!'? It is now nearly tweirty yearn more he first came to this city. ami in lii* practice at the liar and his career nn the bencb he evinced great learning, and tnnuilectfil a happy facility in his eipo-'itkm* of the la* lie (Judge Betta) w?? net pceptro l witli any re marke now, but Ijb understood preparations were being made for a raee'ing of th? profeemon, w!??e4? afford a more titttng opportunity to do justice to th? worth i>f tae lamented Jadge. PN17KII hTATKH PI-fHICT CODKT. Uefore Hon. Judge H?3. Fic?. 28 ? Ou motion, thie court aho adjournert in retpect to the memory of the lamented .<vdgt' Kdwarls. MA t INK CtMTKT. Pre ???t, Hon. JudffTO McCarthy, Tbnmpma. and Bird Hall. Fhh At the openinj of the court, ex Judge I'hllllpn ( re. e aud nnnouneeit tr. the roiirt, iu eloquent ?nd ippro piiate terms, the decease of Jud^e IMwmds, of the .Su preme Cuart. and moved, nn s oiark of re-pett to the memory ot the deceased, that the r#urt adjovrn. Mr Morrison seconded the moti >n at length .ludije McCarthy responded to the motion briefly, but very happily, an i ordered the clerk to enter tlu* motion upon the minutes, and that the court do now adjourn. ilKKTlNU OF TUK JUIMUlAltV AND THE BA?. A meeting of nenily all the tit ate Judges arid many meml>eri of the bar wan h-M, after the ,t Ijouriinju-ti t of the court*, in the Supreme Court n 'moral term ruout, to ! make arrangement* for a meeting to do Itonor to the j memory ot judge Kdwards Mr. C> t'oi/or moved that Judge Mil. hell take the ' chair, which Iteing seconded, nil the ctuer Judge* pie Hi'iit were elected vtce preil lent*. Mr. Do Ige and Mr. 'litus weie requested to act a? se cietarlea. hx-Judge Kent moved that a committee of ftvn he ap fointe ! to make arrangements for rt meeting of the l*ir Adopted. The Chair uorainsted Messrs Kent, Bidwell, O'(x?nor, KirkUnd and Jos. Ill u n t ns such comrui tee. Alter torn* discussion, it >?as airanged that the meet ing be held in this room on Thursday at I o'clock, I'. M. Tl.e fuueral, we un'erstand, will take plaae at 4 o'clock, 1', M . Thursday. General Houaton'a Lectnrn on the Indian*. General Sam Houstca delivered hi* lecture on the Inulan* l?Ht evening, at *.< Broad way Tabern icle, before the Baptist Historical Soelety. The building w.u not quite full, anil could have easily accommodated are hundred more; but this wM perhaps o*ing t> the fart that the subject was not announced in any of the a t vert icemen* a. 8, -aid that it would be "a kind of * continuation of hl? lecture on Texan, which wax d? livertd the evening prtviuui at the Academy of Music while other, were of the opinion that It would be some' thing . ntlrely new, and auited to the religious character of the society before which be w?:i to speak. Nothing definite, however, waa kno.fl in regard to it an 1 every pcr.on of whom we inquired acknowledged themselve. to be Know Nothing*, on that matter at lea t There were between nfuen hundred and two thousand persona present among whom we observed a considerable num. ber of clergymen, and one colored lady an I geatlemin. We arrived precisely at hal'-past aeven, but the dl?. tiogulshed lecturer had not yet made his appearance supposing that h. bad withdrawn his Injunction against the repot tern, we proceeded to our old place, Immediate ly In front of the stage or platform, eapeotlng to Hn4 our table there as usual, but the table had been removed and so we were ol lige.l. as at the Academy of Music on Tuesday evening, to report upon our knees Fortunate ly, however, the inconv. nlonce was of short dura'lon for we toon ascertained that it wa. the sauje lecture which he had dclivcrid at Niblo's Opera House on Uon <'ay evening. Feb 1?, and a report of which will b? found of the following day. General Houston entered the Tabernacle at twenty live minutes to eight W*"T' ,1'"rn th" central passage to the to meet him o', !" " Mntlemen w.-re as,emi.led ??? ? <>n risking one of tho committee If there thai ~ ???,,.,no,.ti(,n? furnished lor the mem tiers ..f f'f : f10 w,,r? not, tbir <;tn*ra! Houston 7, th"! It? that he was, In f4rt, quito stienuo.u l',l 1a. '"'Xh *"'1 tblltof course th?> complied w.tli bit de?ne.". Hcon utter he came out or th* Committee 10 ,fni WiUl Mr ,h,Ti'1 '? Valentine, ( ler, of ft l1"'1 P'ciident of the Baptist k?r l r (V^,C !','n n h" "P"n th? St.*-., ^ V'* Broome Street Haptiit Ctiur :h epened the proceedings with a prayer, sfier which the I resident sail that he had the pleasure to intr.el i ?? SUteo Tm. /"ll''1!' ' "'T' from the rimif <ti iexHfl. MppUiiM*.) r%"" f*'r*ar,l ?nd dellverel the same lertu.e which he deliver*! at Niblo s bforethe ovlA"" "n,f M*n'l AMi?'?Mon at hilf p.nt ? .yen Wi.r??"n lb* ,,VHnif? nt ">? 19th ol February, Hi'i. With the emrption of two or three additional au-clotes there was no material ditference between th?m. On t'lii .cca-.m how-ver, with an eeonomv or i leas and m if. ? * . "" 'T'n *l,rl by p.ibH : lecturers u C?n,:L"'1 "'tend bis discourse ov..r ",\e , I I n". *T""n? of the loth of February l .. fee did not consume more than forty mln ites I,,.. eiVi?tm?n V'TTT' ""Ctly 41 three mtnutes past rtght, and finished at ?evc??, nutes fa?t nine pre-Uelr v","r 1,0,1 m,n,Jte?. and mating h' s ' LmT/L V '.,p*r* """ "n *'"n 'ay evening, r bruary III, In...,, by twenty seven m'nutes 'I ho dlt fere i?ce between that delivered before the Mercanti'i last Association, on Tuesday evening, and hi, l-eturr Isst Men ng, wa? only three minutes. This, we ,,n |e stand, is the last he will deliver before a Ve ? Vork au diettce for some time. u Interiellnn Nedlroi I>ri are. w TBM?"Y OF cm* - HATTIK AKO BLBCITIK ITT. I oct or A. (irandiaon Hull delivered a lerture in the ( hapel Of the i niver.ity, Washington square, last ev-n mg, tia the ' larces of Nature and their Adoption to the Core of Mse,.e. " |? th|? discourse be advance.1 the oiigina! theory of matter and electricity form ng the basis of a re, ,yltem of medicine, a. lately tested in the hospitals ol England and France. At half past seyen o o'ock the-e waa areryiim tel but ecientiflc audience present, made up principally of members ol the medical profeseioo. In a few num-nts after I)r. Hall came forward and delivered the fol lowing , , , niaooras*. the BMli iial universe, an.] Lre??t|ng th th- ba.ii of an Hlf< live system for the alleviation of hun*n ?uf lenng I feel the difflcjlty of enforc nir the trJthl o . new and immutable .l.^/v-of combaUlog t^-e u4 dlcti which NQccM?ir? jr#n#rt!:oo?? hnrf ?*i.t L, ? trover.s. truths which the time bo^TlVtiuZ ,","ne m,asure consrerat-d, aad whi h hu g but a clearer and more e?ijien: svs'em ?houl I I resume to distrust But th. prog^Mlve'sp rTt the sge deman !s that the nuet, if each 1t b- wftch has .? long surrounded and obscured tb. theories pr.Vtl'2 ?t th' I'lfnity of a 5 fe?'7 m r r; d j;;:" 't; intr,"" IH'e( .k . * .P1""' ,0 * cortain therapeutical mil. ftva'le. the most m.nute atonu of an mate or insn inafe oat ire-the laws of ih.-h are Immutable, and th- etteet, of whkh .Te a. d?cl. e,i m the allevia'.ion or the eure of dis<'asea ,, mainta mng the planets n their re sp?r!j*? orhita ' wtrna they perform their harmonious and on deviating revoii phera'oV'all ai'ei T" 1 "ht " ' varisKi phenom na of nature TI.e Debtor then nr, sure those changes )i, ? 4, Ao MUt, ? on ioei t matter* nrolu sa every change in [ at 1 re TV . " , "Q'W oonditioaa, ?T r,iW t>r difT?n?Dt o%in??, i^rtririt? h**m< r/\ 4ctl' a attrMctioa of co!>*?ion. lUrr att tic ? n ikr ?mV Iti1 J">0rVf.t ^at it *houM aoirn by mm> h!^ woiSiid1 m1i.H1 nitur" un,1'r eondi.ions fowe, , i? if" l>"W#r or th* motive all r h..\ J 0B'T i*r'" "?"?? "" the un -era. AU tii^ chkngi n i? im *r* pro<iue#d br ot,+r**i, n matter It ...U,e the sun jive. mU .'nVoTJpUn.t, its law ie the entire law of nature, '..ntroliinr rr?r? change, great and small, aad producing all the r,hr nciuena in nature fowsr giving meSoS u mMter' ? PV*II! T " active principles though of iteeif it ?. wholly inert, without force or activlvy and is '?hae'l and void, a. it wa. Hr.t cr^.ei. ,.?w% . D ice position, form, we ght, rm tiins, The?e ,f ferent elT?cta being e.hib.te^ havegiren n,e ^ ?r, IU , names. When there is great e*c?as produc n* Wonn r'r0"P0,lt"V?. *1U> high a torn i re",^., UP', called Are an eiceae of power, with verv little t,a.i~, u? raUed beat an eio??s with preat tension, traesferr oe perttele* of matter, 'is called fight an sj,-e,? .10. ,, tenrio., eteetriettv This power^actlnl " I'll* r hanging^ their comhinat on. .a calie | hewi-.| ,u,n" of matter hold og their particles together, cohesion is toe nam? * , - t,, 1 rut? ?,wVT*^,L" "b??ed^ aad etheri 1 na rtnl lL'# br0,1?ht Induenc* ao tb.' 1 is r. *r:, -"ttout s railed capillary attraction. An s.reaa 0/ ix.wr a - ins on a bo.lf for which it hae a .t,o?g attr^t.oo tn 1 ? "^?wpoelng and transferr ng the<r elew..'. kt * 5r*^l ?^roly?. P0i.r o ethl . r S * tkiy 11 '? a pnae.ale a. t t.* it b? iuaautr % | which U Inert, wittwut forca, action, attraction or re puln'OD, and indep<milt>nt o' power, ha* none of the characteriatic* we ascribe to .'t Kleo'rlclty, or power, ia active, but, independnnt of matter, it lia* notw of the ( cliaracter.'tic* by which it ia diatlngalahad. l\/wer, or electricity, ha* a repelling fores lor Itaelf. It ha* no ! attraction for itielf, indep"ndent ol matter. It baa a powerful attraction (or itaelf, which, however, depe?la entirely on its attraction for matter. It haa a powerful attraction for itaelf when acting from matter. It adhere* or attruct* matter only from contact. It Ii?h a repei'ing force for matter only when acting from 11 Tlie electricity which forma the current of a battery I* <lerireil principally from the decomposition of the me tela ami fluid* lormiug the battery When a piece of I aim. ia placed In water, eleetric change* tak* phie*. nety currents are formed between the atom* of nncnntl the atom* of oxygen. which develop the eUctnclty that maintained their lormer attraction* of atnre* of zinc to wnc, and the atom* of hydiSK'n to oxygro, and new coatliiur uma are formed, whir* do not r*i|rtre no macli electricity, nml a portion ia tet free, wXfh paawa with the negative element to the negativi ? plate of a battery. 1 he voltaic bnt'.ery ban a compound action of electrical for cm. arming from tbreo voltaic cir tea ? two aiuall one*, CMn|*tned of alum* ititd particle*, t\e other i l*rga, couipoaed ol m-tili nnd II wile. The amalltr one* ! are :a ( miia;t ? one with tke poeihve, ttao other with the negative plate The larger circle include* the mi til- |

**onea, to a gnat extent, and tend* to increaae their action, nud, likewise, lo men the electricity in la?t rm it ia liberated. The Utvgcr vi. Stale circle M *' *"ur pole* ? ?iro raetaWe, and two fluid. The power force, or intonaity, of a battery depend principally oa th# polar arrauge went of the lalgar uncle, but the identity on th* action of the unaller one. Prabahly all bntterfo* give f?rM to e'octrcitv derived from otner *ouroa* thai the dMoinpoailiou of the ntetul and excitant; liui I. Th. distant action of an electrified body, by wtNeti It* own charge i* in no de? rre IcHeced, dhitiugub>h<*l by the , term induction, implying that the ele'itriltal bo iy in i*ucen elect ricltj in the iinelectriiled independent of con I duction. liLt the lact ia, that induction ia aimply elec tricnl trsuafcr by conduction witn the varying effect* produced by the ec ridui lord operated on. The great queation, on what the positive and negative condljon* of | lurtt er depeni a, liaw uever received that attention wbli;!i it.! Importance demand*. Dut'ay tdniMdUMtbMij ' that tfce positive and negative ell.-ctii aria* from two ilia tinct kind* of elm tried) , via vitreo* and realnoUM. We | are Indebted to 1 r m' liu for the hy |>oVieai* that the poii live and ve condition* depend on iv'idle* hiving more or leia elei tricity thin iua natural *tat*. The re ceived opinion ol tli? preaent day 1<, that there are two i diltinct t: tndi ol electricity , which d?coui|>o?e awl neu trultze each other. I have discovered that thene con ditiona do not oer>t ud on two kind* of electricity. n?i merely on quantity Tboy anao from tlie attraction o electricity lor matter, and the repulitiop of itaelf, when ac- attracted, anil they depend not ouiy on dllfeianoa in i(uautity. but Id intensity, and aleo ou dilTerence in pf>' lit rity and direction, llav mg now advanced a new theo ry ol electricity and matter, uid diacuafed their newral principlea, 1 cow pro Med to the application of the: t, ai i the bania of a new, natural and ellec.tive eyntem of medicine lounge I on the htwa of nature, la inii^dy log tbi.i deeiderutmn I kn jw tJiav 1 run the rink of botng thought viaionary, but a? I have already practised it Miereiufully in l.on lon, both in the hoipitaln and In pri vate, and am conttdent of ita truth, at a adenee, I now winh to make it public in thii oountry. 'Ihe prejudice* agaiont anytl iu^ new or ililferent from what we have long been tauglit to think right, make* my tnek the more diJUi tilt, aa I have not only to pro inulga'e L^e doctr nes of my own cyHtem, but to remove the error* of other*, liu* can only he done by laving helore jou the truth, that yo i may judge for your?elve The method which I aui introducing l? new in thin conn try, and original with injeelf. It cillert Irom other *y* teme principally In heni{ haaod on the law* of u:ttnre, ard practically In the direct u?e of the forcee of nature In thecuie of dlteaite h le-trlcity, *o reniarkahle a* u phyaical agent, I* no lea* mi irn a lemwlial power fo th cure of diieane* generally, but the want of knofMge relative to Ita law* lit* rendered it* appliration for gene ral p.-rpoee* totally u*' leu* Kiectrle ty l?ing the grea'. motivi power of the uiat' rial World, of 'lie mineral, an ? ma I and vegetable kingdom. It follow*, of cour .e, that It il the motive powi r of the hum in ' } ?ttm. Kvery j niov< ment we make, every atepand every thought, burn < a given <|nantity of carhon All the varied pheaomena of life, whether of nun 1 or matWr, ari e* im ne llattly frowi theee forcee, add the change* of the ayatem, auch ?? growth, nutrition, a>eimilatioii, thought, memory, and reaai.n, are produced by the action of clec tric.ty tit itert matter, and they are obed'eat only to the law* of elantrlcal org*nl/atlon an I ehange, luw* which are aimple, but alway* paremount an I *u01ei-nt. In fact, the "lat-*t an 1 hot phyeiidoglat* have de*cribe<t the human nyat '111 a-, an (lectrical machine. Kvery organ ia, In the full and ei inplete aen-e ol the word, perfect galvanic batteries they have their *olid and II 11 id part*, th- rr pootive an I ntgative plate*, their conductor* and their pol"*, and enix-itiog Haid to keep up the * ipply of electricity, 1 and tbe function* of the organ* depend on their being kept in proper operition. Iltctnclty etfei-te every ; change In lb" ayeteni , whether pr<eluce<i by 111? lie. u* or otherwise, though it ha* n"ver yet leen NRo*rni*el. All change* produced by ine*lirlne n*-e*i>ary to the roatora tn n of hialth, are electrical only, and can he brought alout without any of the lojurlnua effect* which often at'en ! the u*< of drug*. Kvery "vnip'uiu of itl*ea*e .* I I'.fd 1 u or preceeded by an electrical change, an 1 a knowledge of the law* on wbi. Ii it ?l-peri It ia e.aen itl : lo the <)ia|no*i* aui treatment . With the ti <nv?ry of 1 thcee law-, the great principle* which govern their, I 'iave inviutel t ' ? mean* of applying tlo in aucreaaiiilly in the ctre of iuflamination^. fever*, acute acd malignant caae*. They form the baeia of inedicin ?! action on the *y*tem. and the power of medicine may be inri^'aied, decreaied, or entirely controlled In lee.) the power to -"'led change* in the ayatem 1* nirp: i*ing and iar leynnd ?hat could be ri|*ct*d. Medicis* ut ne-er ' powarfui in proportion to It* atr -ngth, but to th" el? trie (Obdition of ti e nerve* or o>gan*on which it. a:t* % kn> wledte of the.-e Uu? 1 -a h"* 'he phyairUn to con tine bini'tlf to realltie* ami fact*, an I to emplov rem - ?hea not 'ecau>e tradturn ha* tiught him th it they arc good m thi* or that dlaetae, lint b' aaan he know* what ' hangea they will product he can IMilMrNt d>agno*l* of the dlae**??, know* wha'. electrical condi ti<i.* to e v.t.liah, and with what me liclnea to e te. t tbtBi (whh h can ofUn be br >ught abont without 'he aid 'f any apparatus 1 .ml th'i* he 1* enabled | to preacribe with the certainty of ac antiftc trutl' Ihia *yet<m of electrical medicine *ho? ? it* extraorl c*ry power in the m? ?t eev re forma of diMaie, and in all c?a< 1 in which it ha* been tried hta proved It* *'ip* jli.r ty to the ordinary ayetema. A' long a * the law * which govern the mater al world are inregar led ao long will m"li'Tne fce envelojiel in douht ind .u'-ert 1 nty, . an I evtry will Involve a ly-'em of experiment*, in wbith .'o t r* will diaajrree bat when bn e.l <.n the?e I will become a tcience of cerU nty, an i all the phenomenon of Oiteae" will b* Itiveat (ated in a- or dance with them. In all nervou* ditea-ea th" ele. trical eijuitibrlum ia deetroyrd, but i* e?*lly contro led hv in dating a ftror.ger electrical condition than the eila'.lng >ue The a*me in cur* ia delirium tremena, an 1 the treatment de pe&da entirely on reatoring the eieetrii'il cndttlnn. therefore, to un.ieratand the atata '.hat *hoea that condition la of great importance In ???* ?* of in emlty ita euiieriori'y ha* been -at teited, tl e pi rt atlected reached and brought un<*er e .n'rol, ,tO<l -onml and tran'jull aleep nro lnoe.1, wbi"'> I* gene rail) ao difficult to ontaln without inj wing th* bra n or nervou* <y?t*nl. I'aralyl* of th" bra n, -pinal >crd and nervea. are' cured with certainty, f th' re i* bo great organic ' han^e. Convu a'on ' in < i.ildrtn cannot be property tre:?te?l w.tho it knowing 'he elactitcal condltiona of the bra n *nd orgin* The geeretioo* of the akin, liver ?nd nii'neya are ea*i)r control le<l and readily reaV/reil to a b*alth> atate. I have diaanlved ?tone a the bladder, an I what i* mere important, change! tbe d la '.he* a wu. h pro ! duced it. Trie p-.wer to d'aaolve tub'-rde* and he*. 11 eratioea glvea it precedence over ail o' her met'iol* in nor? tbioat, bronchitia and lung affe tona Kor tue r ye and ear I have treated patient* Innumerable, imanv ] of the raok, 1 and have generally neen ? . ? a ? ? 1 T. It i* tbe electrical change* and th?- r effe-t? on m-it'er win h prretuce the 1I1. 'i-rense >.etween health aad ? I All kit'! a of ulcer*, includ ng cancer, have been r.?i and '.be viro* removo-t from the ayeteni, I y av>m ? > c0BMe*itlon It arreata gangrene and erv?ipel?* by re ati r ng th? vitality "< a??? of hera'a hivvo lj'?n ire : t.y :r?<!ucing> adheaite nftaimnati' n Vloleat paifita' n 1 dl*? ??e*of tb* hear* are retdily "ont.-olieo a d < n'i glona UH'Atea rendered ir. i?h ir.'re in Id an ! n ri *geatde ' h*n by any other mode of t raatro*nt finally, do not understand ma a* ?av .g that I hate inven'ed a alngla m*cb'ne, and 'fat th* *ame eleetri/at la woiild b? b"Befi'ial in all 'aee ca?e?. lh*t would fie much ll?e u?iog "ne remetv f"r ail lieeaee* It-it what! aay la tba' a knowle Ige of t' e prin< lple? r,' ele -tricity enable* met re-'gn ? 'h* va r.cua eleetric condition* of the ?yatem an 1 employ va rted, different *nd oppewite powr* to p roduce a II the elertna and phv?i?al effe- t* eeaeatialaol ap ror a'a to the . are of all r l?*??* of 'llaeaae. 1 ah' ild t-e pel to have * a op| ort'jnity of teatlr.g the 1 ?rHinf rr y -ya t>n * 1 th any of the other nolo now In a*e n te ? city for al>vlatang or eratlicatiag diaeaee I >h' M wlah to do it un fafr ant honorable groinl* with tlie *< qnialtlon of proieeei> eai ti i'I for o robe t aa 1 aim. ihe f'wt'r eta li*ten< ! to with marked att'nt ? n thr< ughout. In ??l IIjc n< ? . wirn ntti.ixo u/m n r folk ik*. YriUr 'ay of lb* Firat ??il p>l '? a/ rMt* J a man n*ro?.l W'U'i*m llaoiy Mar?bill Iha "f ? lottrry (rfiiicy of) f. No 1* H mi tlirf'4 ?.lk b?t Of mid o*a of tha t cb?U \n a vi ir ?o oaB?-I ?aUy 11a U Tbt olbijar II *?.a of t*? >B'1 blai ? la !,? ao,4 th? i oil 7 tn the Tl>* pHaoMt trough*. I>a fore J .tt.'-* ' at lb? lowar poli<? *?wrt aho b* <1 b m to Uil n "b? of WjO t?, iniwtr tb t?for* -t? < '< ii ft of '????rml IIihk4> AM-K'tCD Bl Kiunr. Y?tt?r<lay 'Molt Koaa, of ' ha Hmmi'I Uatr>'t frA.m couit, an??t*l a par ion bipw4 i%mo>l famb, ?b<? ?tao4> ' n tk? roa^Uitl >f <1>iIh M K Pml k?, of U|Dt; foartb atraat t*'i Niaib >iU bavtaf burjlarkioaly aaWad tb? n.rt of lb* ?*'?, ?ltnat?*! at No '*1 l-t#blb araaoa. an) ? '?? r.f tii-ra from lh? a?e?<aat baoba rA 1 ha r??/#ra ?aU?4 by lb* naipU'Dttit at ?V*j THa iM'iwt it la alloc*. ?? lb* pratmaaa b y ??u of a falaa hay, *h tb II la >11 aaaa ?? HI* K ?|'M*W piT??i?n? to tk> ?1>C' I ?>?' clary Oa b*a? tahaa bafura Ja?tl-? r?ry at I f J?f !t raaa lUrhai co^t , at a'.H b? ?C partners in (ho concern, am) tbat he has a perfect rigit to enter tbe premisfs. Kelt! to snawer an examination CUARflK OF OBTAINING MOS'KY I'NOKK FALHX I'RK TBMCn. ' A (ierman lawyer, named Jacob rttrau??, was arraited by officer MtClusky, of th? Uiwer police court, charged : with obtaining $13 trom Carol ne lliel, of No. &70< raii l I street, under^Ue pretence*. The w.inau all eg ? a that nhe, 1)4 90min|^hvolved in some iliHicultv, gar* the lawyer the alio "? ?mount to help her out of it, but inetevi of ' doing wtarb, be fortook her an>t did not attend to her ra*e. Tie I'omari allege* that she lia-l to aell a lot ot I her clothing aoil othe' necessary article* to ri? te the num agrt-ed upan. Ihe sseusert, on lieing taken liefom the magistrate, waa hckl to bail to the sum of $ ,'Xl to ?turner. tl.l.KiHi I.AKCTOV. Ar ffofci red youth. named John llnldle was taken innus tod J yesterday by oHoor l.atty of IbsTentli ward police, cbarjed, on tb? complaint of Margaret Wnablngton, of No. r-i'i ni/Htx-tb street with bating stolen at various times raall *ui m o! in nej , itmaiinliug ui the aggregate to $1R9. The largi at mm lakra a* aner one tuue not atHOl'lttlti(f to ihe rr.agiatrate conitnlllsd the ymith for trial "a aharga of peti) larceny only. City liitttllgrii M'. Til* W*."> I tixuv m> 'i uaMiMiu1 ? ' The SMViuontitW pietanted b/ Ihe merchant* yf .>e? York I" Onptala Cielglrton, of the Three Bel*: l.ieutsnant Francl* K. Murry , Cuptatna tUaulIer, l'eui etou, W. tkina and Ixwu, wete on exbihrMaa y>*terd*y a' tw Kxcbnnge, and were much admii'l tor their beaut/ and u| proprialem- , , Ihe set to be yre enlsd to I opta. v I'endJstfe* consist* of a salver, two pitchers, and four goblet*. a-?l is value. i at $1,100. Iho i%lv*r snd pitcher! Iw-ar thw ioIIowIdk Inscription* ? ->9c000 09&">0e90 009 > O O 3 9 i o 3 3 o 9 o o Presented by ?.'.*? Merchants and Citiven* of S'ew o o York to a o CA1TAINC. II I'KNDUKMf, o O of the ?> o SHIP uprif THOMFBOil, o o .Is a testimonial sf their uppreciat an of I ? h ? o o aiatie nn-1 gallant efforts in *s>ial i to ?n o o the panaenK*ra and i-.rew r( tne o [ o j&rranaitii' Hs* I m * nujo o, Dkkiim^ M, 11(3, o o o 000'>9000000'J00000000999990 : Another net, similar a evrryrsapect, i* its hop r> **nt< d to IJeuti>naiit 1 homax K Murray, ol the aaine *t<ip. Hie other t"?t imouia l?, consisting ol twr pltohei ? an I four goblet* to Captain Welkin*, one plt<>er and one gold medal to Captain Crsigbton, on<i pi tr. he' an I 4f?il1 initial eai'h to Captains Ht>mlt?r and I .owe, together with aixty Ihiee stiver aiel ei^bt golil tneilaU for mtoh of Hie crew* in board of their .imps a? were ile*erniiif 'il ' praise 1 already tieen deenribed at length In the 1 1 1* it a i. ii. The exi|ui*ite beeAity of the workmaoaMp all thi?e testlmoniaii nan much ai'mi'i'd, ant titer prove that Aiu-rli'in mfi li nl. ?r' e<|ual to tlm K.ngli?n in the *ulidity of their work, and to t ? I ranch In lliiluli i and ilmign. t.ViaMnuiiaiTH Tti City I'kihobh ? IkT(n>mi!n<l STjiTi<n? ? ? Some time *lnoe, the M-nete I nmmittee liaving m ? hari;e the hill fi r the aupprei *ian of int- -mperaw '? lent a number of lnt< rrogatorie^ to the rarlo . * puhl c iu*ti tu Hon* thionghout the State, .-uLin^ for information i* to the pauperism and crime i-au'e.l directly or In l recti/ by the une of Intoxicating drink*. A copy of tbe '|ito? tionn wa? tranimitted to tin Governor* of the Aim. hou*e, nod the following inble of ooniuii ItUTit* to tii>* city prisons In the Kir?t, S?^ind. and Thir l d.atrlsti, : during the year lalil furnl?he? a comparative t ible whiib is to tie the aoawer too. ill red. It oiay he w>ill to state that all. or nearly all, the comm!tm* t ? the In -titutlon* un'!i-r charge of the Uuvernort flrat pia* through the ? ity prisons, and tin* I*, ttn rsfort, a com plete statement cf the o|ieratloae of th? who'* H hHf' HI 'k HI l~ ?Vat t. t'm ' W?i/' A'm'' T<> at. IN m in prison I'ec. 'il, 1H5.1 m 4H 9 r. I Ml Received during 1SS4 1 (,M7 7 41! '?! Total, I'J.JUH 9,736 741 4IH 10 Madarred. 17,443 7,(Kf.' ?l-iO !M,1<I0 Pirdoaaa ...... ? '2 ? ? , Kacaped 'A ? ? - - 'I ? lieceaneil 17 8 ? -- 2') Kxe< utad 1 ? ? ? 1; Sent (0 Iflack well', lal'd 17 2,0jtt 7H .1 . 4 -on Went to Htate pri-oo . . . , 1H1 13 1<) i ^10 It ? in in prison live. ' I, 1HS4 1?.1 4!? 1ft 4 Ml Total* I.I lllli 9,7."6 711 44* 0,S^2 V.l'iu. final*/ /V 1/ Vatiroa A, 144 1,10.! 0,?'M1 Koreltfnor* . S3 7JS Marrinl 7,7^0 4,200 II, iW) fluid- I'.'.WI 4. VI I 1 7, 07 J Wi.Iownl I'il frj 7;? I'r known 67H 327 **13 l< iiiprmt- habit* 4. '>71 KI'J '? J I lul-n |ia-rat* lubita . . 1ft, -'XI U i H 1 2 ?,.'17l Could not itnat 0,1'iJ SO'I *!,(?' 1 Could ronil or ly . 1 ,1 .1, <)'. 1 Could i*ad on 1 ?lit*. . . . II '44 ? i"1 14, *10 I Valliduettril I,8l'i il l,0'J.'l l'lm< Ically ruu'-n'td I ? I I nk no wo* fll 4 1)1 ?< ,1 Tot*) *Mjitnitinmt? 2fl,&01 10 I 0 J0,l> I ?Inaan*, rouM out Knglinb or r?f j??l to initA Am. Tin 11 Kimrr i t |*kiik|'|i t - It waa r nirirnl ?l>out tt* city that II j? r ami H'irr>u>; hat* ? grood to indulg* In Hint imia.n/ au't lUDtnl n -relation known 114 a "rough an 1 tum'il* fight for a |<iii?m of lU.fOt), 10 I tliat the money hn I hren put In the ban<!? of ata.ehoMi r ? anl all n-< Kul j.rej irat onn mad* lor tb* afltajr, th* Bght to ??nm* ol m 1 bo vicinity of tl.? city. Tb* r-p?it ia < onbttwaa falno, an ll n r liaa rrpMlMtlji ?I'cllaH taking p?l t iu 1 f.Uk-illatic ? nr. tin tor* aloc? bl? fanima "triah ' with BuUlran. M*| *TII1 Kh< * lu4*on ? Thn R?t Mr. I'ri*atl*y I'aator of th* 1 01. rth AaaoaUt* Unformed Cburoh in tbla city, baa rw?l?H a draft from Uk* lt*i. Robert liox of tho A??'.eUt? Ro'ofm?.l ( huri-h of i|(iia? ? *<1 I routh ll-nleraoo, IIHiion, b*log a eoatrlbat on by >al4 congregation In behalf of tho p?ioi of S'?i York, amounting to elity on* dollira, whi h li .a lr?o baat'i I om to th* A e locution for 'ho f'onlitl.n of the I'oor. M. luarttt n ? Jadgn John *V. lalmonl* will <3 ? 1 1 ? ? r a to. turn Ixforo thia aoclety tun ???mm at 1 o'clceb, on "Central America n tlio l*c'ur* b* jr?|*i? l frr d?llr?rjr l?? for* lb* lllatorl tl Ho oly, but w?? jir*vrat*d from 'loleg by niMto indlapoiiUon. f is* to all I im I* Pr> rNTW.MH -marl ? Y'?t*iiiay afternoon b*- i two^n 4 ard 4 o'clock, th* alarm b*il ao'in t*d fa th* .-'i?tb (intrl t, enured by a lira breaking out In lb* |* | t?nt oil m?n':fa< lory, belonging to Mr. Mo>*a ", ? tu a'o<) in ?otn? ?>.??!? ?i*cto?l In .-<*r>nt??iitb ?tr??t n??r atonu* II. Ip.rn tha h<.rning oil, l?n.o TOlumo* of amok* arono an l at a tllatar -- I' *al lalMM I In ba a irnn?ii'!ona ".oflagrnt on Tho ahxia anl oil war? '11 t<r?ly roo?urr o?l) lurolrlng a Iom of noar I.' C*), on ?hl?li tb?r* ?ai no .n> xati'-o fh'- flamoi ?pr?* 1 to th" l .fjr b*r yaM tf >aah k Whit* ? onaornlng lgn>*t iklgail at atxiut $400 b?for- tho fir* wa* citing i'ah?^ 7har? *a< ail Iliurtii'a in tl.o lmnl?i inn .$ h to r?i?r i|>o Inaa IVi Br* aaaa ? ao?o.l by a la ak in ? r.* of tbo r I 1 1 ?? < ? hlch lot tho O.I 11 Into tha furnaco an ) tb* *ktol* fn inlaoa ?tro ??? In (1am*a > 1 >> 1* Bi * *ra ?ram - - l.ortiy aftar 10 ?< '..->.k l?at , Bigbt a b>* broke oa< In th* b'.ai't.i g bo-ia* of Mra. Iiun'i?r?'al* Mo I ! ' arroll (,!*? *, 111"- nr tliwt Tli* fi* an <1liro<or' l In lb* ?tt.' h? :r ?m 'au?*4 by a /<rv? l.ght'd r? al facing from a ?<?**, wbkh b .rot 1 b * U.roti|h th* Hi- i r ?fa r* an a. arm **a gl?aa lb* a mate* of tl.o hovao U., -th?r ? '.b th* joll^* of tb* 1'if toon'h ward. a> .11 ? ?' ing .laba-1 th? IU'o*a w<tb a !** hurkata of Vfltar Tit* 4lbt(a will aoa-mnt v< aboat $? +? 1 i?r i*1.i at* A nri AU.t Ido Ifk ta' oi?bt an alarm " \? 4 r?n In tb* l'lr*t <tiatn-t, a .?*t by a f-a broaklng out ln a bil k <J**ll b< at '.If ?n??i I ? *t ?? 1 ?t ra*t an I I'Krtb atan io It waaoltlngn at*-: w ".h k<at J trll' ng >?**?>(? Our I'lallnala ||>|iln ? *rro*|M?M<' n?*. It < In HfK H*< *rl I'wil abri.'Hia. Kab il, l**i 11i? r/bnyihill ritar, *>?<??* Wlo? '.ha ta'ri In tt(M Tk?lo* a tbi k, but ?*/t a atlong fa, t ?anting. Tb* tVinwar* ilr*> la l>*raly of?n TV.* at*nm* . p Qualar Oty f'f fbarloalon, atar'? 1 th.a mcrnlng, bat b*4 to raturti ri 01 t)?* okatrwot^n ofla-r?d by >?* ? Vair.ah p for IU' t *? *4 alao atnrt*4. but b?4 ta ?a'trn f;a.n> aainai <-?uaa Tl?a? ty Im W^t flra/n ? at h*f way a ??* atal*, n tow th* abip f,. wa?4, bo,*: |/> I . i*r>">t OMtaa*ry. fi- *tm or At m>i burn. Iioj ar'a'i 'X a tif* , on tb* Wtb F*br?nrr. at Iha iaa.'aoo*of h a !?iigbt?r. In Ifcion Tp l'r*bla omty f'h". I 'a Mil T?MI ?*n , at to* a4tanr~t ago of 1 V? I?afi, ?<? wgbt Inya Tb* -'o ?*?**'! ? a* born Ka',. 19, 1*M n Morr.a 'ountr, W J At tb* a*- of 14 y**r? hit (aran'a rair '.'??! to I tmA-rn -rranty. %? , wnaia ba i/>o tlaw*4 tai r?a >t* t?t| tb* kM> of tja* war of 'ba H*a-. ?,.ti an-1 :? *t. -b b? a?r*M h.a o^f>r**a?4 tr% E* ' .* th* '^ni*' A?t4* ami bntUn a atom A* OLD Wil.filBN fit A f>. Th. '>a*i.ka*, W,a 1 4 l"rtwr mn km Vba !aaU at lort I. l*n <>? tbn I*!Ji nlt.. of ttn>o r John Ho*a, in tf.a 'Wtb 7 oar 'if bla age Ma^ar Howe wa* a nnlir* of lb* Pint* 'if N'?? Y orb f*rr*4 wftk 1l*ti iorU"? m tb* war of 1*12, an 1 waa wo?a4?4 I* tb* ? tH-a at , ^w* t ? I tailor !<? ?a? afUrwaMaa n?*w>b?r *f tU l-g.a.atif*, Ittm Jwffarw.n ewnnty K Y bwt r??a?*t at an enrlr lay V> and waa n* *r tb* *r?g nn ' (tnWi of fn*ynr In Ibt^i b? r*a???"4 ** Pari ONitaa no*aty. Vtf?aa,n w?m ba iratol if KM 'A |4 ^.b Jeraey City N< wa. Tilt ? Jl ' II A HTkK ? A I'I'HUr Miomaii ? I! >7 or Ma 111 >eca ha* ea'ieii ? publir meetio(, to )M hell at Ilia Reformed I Hitch Cliu. cti till ?Tfitli g, to diacuM th? prop<x*i animdmrnt* .'*> 'be city < hartei which liate foe# n ahip'. ed by the Couii ion t'ounril of the city, nut traaamltte4 to Treutrn fcr ,V?UIatlre action Thay w'H ?vtdeaUf ! facilitate tlit> pro* "Cut on which tnar t>? brought a^amal llijuor Rxllf 11 at tb * Inetitfatt' o of the <ar?oo l<aa??a . Ilir.a |>ro|>Mnl anir *din"iite pii>?ld" thai all pni.?ni trim bafor* toe Keco. "ikr for the reooraiy of iiom ami I < Impoaed bi t. ? eity ordtaineen, ahall b? in tha corporate name ?>f the i 'V *" plaintiff, ami an/ numb* ?>f f'tnea lucurred b> del "adnata itadrr tho aaux- ordi na nee may l>e Included 'a one procem and Judginaat | ai?o, tbat the City t'Utk bare fhn cuatody of all | lwmka mi I paper i of lhi> Cowiwa Couaeil, eicept whea olbirtl'f ordetid by ardinane*, an'l nil ??? of the *aina, ceitlNrd by In 111 . limit he evide-v* 111 all ?<Mirt<, anl tli* recoida aliaK out !)?? itiaoi' I Inn tbi' Uitj* Clerk'* ofB ? i ! by aubpi oa or other* ?e. Tfc?* ala?> r* 1 peal ?o much ef title 0. a* proiMN far ipiinnttiii( thn i ; cimnluloiifni to *?*???* tb" f> of lm| r?retn*nl< , named In that title, II H'l atction 'i ?( the *u*piein*nl pa *ed Kirch tn, IBM, nluill app.r .Ifcteail. Ala* wbaa I a *1 reft ha* arttfc.l and la refilled, the cip*ui?e tli"r?>i4 I uliall he pal l b? the propel ty heni'llted. Till * mum m Ktimfr I in ? There wa.-> M law, pri-emae j to 1 In* thn thiw * lien a member ?f>'iro the I n part men! of .ler>ey City Khnul'l be exempt fr>itn luryluly ar in t liable to itui y f#r hia ?rrrice in the I re Impart went, alt Ixiuk1! fbii wi-re aillLaiy duty. Through the elforU moitly of Atib ruian A It Wallla at tbi.V time, a hill nm |a*?e.| hting ten y."?ri it* the tiin" f> H lire^ory Jr., hai introduce)! UiVa ih? pieapnt ira a lull rrducioK the b*rio<l of ni"l? mirrt'e I r?-ni tea yean Uj ht iro. Thin lull ban p?->?? t, .?n I tl?e tiori'rnor l>a< ianc llnnr'l it. lt> |irorUion* !ir>* a? |. ll?,e? K?ery peril' n wlin on th" t\ irl 'lar ut M?y next, ahaB llaTf "1 v?*"l In tb" .lerney fttT Fire f>?|iarUiii'u fur lira yearn or mure am] wlui ihill Mrrt a- *u**li two year<? tberi'ftllii nml eiiry pererin who aliail tlmn ha a ??rvi?t ti n !fu tYm IIV" yeart, and who nhalt .mr?? a? lenif a tlum tlirn-ulter aa abieil makr -rTen yean time, aai) e?"-ry prtiun who, aitir the pa*aai(e of tbtaaot, ? halt nerve nil ?uch Ireinan f"C ?ien yeara. "ball be ??? < mjit Irum erYirij ita n juror In wiy courU of th? HUU, an<! ri-mi all in lit a<luty, ?*< ept In ca?a of war, mi .aom or Innairrctlon. I loiftSIr i y?1'i ii IYvmuii? IVrUtird oia ftac I'ntlrli*. ( I- n hi the t'Vrago Pro* ? |f*b 24 ) We ata f urnifth?*d bjr u gi ntlemen from I*iJar*f!e , with tha detail* of ? rumor curtwnt iu tuat cil/ wta Il iir"'?r, whiOi fill th* uiiii I w.tK honor, In ?*f tin' ? tleitnga of tb? parlj to whom it rrfera On the !*hi tirday pr?< ??? Hr?>< the ni?moiihli ?tor?t of tha -l^t of January, two fiaaillia*, mim' tan para *aa, moving fmrn ftiutharti Indiana to NsrtliirB 111 nola, nr. rl*e<1 at Otforl, the rountj "eat of I ten ton caunt/, Jud , n!h ut fort | mile ? north v# it of 1 ifrnyrtim, with ??root Nam*, and w?-ll provide I with n? ?<????,/ iaa for the roa<t. They remained thera through tha atnrio, an I on M<>aday morning rr?tmed th *ir journey f AatTueaday m ?rai rig; * man pn^moy over * prairie ? uly about fiaa imln (rota Oaford, <ama upon a eight which filial hum with horror IU rnrrmf* of twoonn, from which 'ha fUori hal r- i^nnl, lay upon the ground. tnaila of on* <*t tlieiu w**r* tha fro*en houlta of four < 1 1 i I ? f i ? n an 1 m tha other tha fro;? n eorpaa of the mother with a nor* ug la (ant at her braaat. I ndwr the ?n??w waa a heap of aatiaa, in whlfh the Iron of tb?* wagon* ahowad tha t'#a part? hit' I hiok?>n them up, an I hurnel eyi-rythliig they had ia them, In the efh-rt to an* Uii-ir It w* a Not far front thla ??l?ot w:j foo nd th? bod y nf the othey woman of th* juriv, parilj cnnraalet In a ariow *1 r . f t . no t neat l.n uaa i f 'Imi i n Ihi two ?.th? r at* n had not bean fomti It in prol.iMe that thi? |*arty herame [aiitrtraMr la vol*?d i n lb* a now drift <m the prairie, and lo?t their pre<*?nre of ramd A(Ur hnrnlug up their wagon* it would ?eaun that the men ha 1 k two of tba o?en f<ae a ahelter to tbo*a f?'un?l in th* w, no 1 'h?*n. a^? oin[?aa?a?l by on# woman, vatnlr rn tra voi^i ti> ti*acfi tli? town Uiajr hit ?1 lrtt uni procur** at?S to r?Htcti?? th^lr ? ?rnj?nn!oaa lhatwoothor otan ha 1 wan-tar**! oH 1 w?r wa? noth irtg 4S<mt tha para? n? to iiflkaVo who tba/ arara, ant noihin/ mora m known at^iut th?m than a a* a' lantaltf t '.mniunirata?l l>jr thom tuiiog tk??r bftwf at*/ at Oifoe*i. Ami>( It < r Hiiow Storm In llllttuAa. KAIl.tiOAtlM AOAIS HI 0< tKIH f. (I'rom the Mitcago Prf*?, I ah .!! | I !>#? *\tit m of lh ur?'-ay pr?#r??4 aarid'Ji ia it* afo^ta upon lh a railr- a<t? The Mtrtilgao Ofttra) an t Miehig?u Niutlarn toa U w^re coaal tere t all right Unt av?aing. 1 tie train oue upuo tha Utter yei?t-r?Ja y morn r.g aijiaii ? n?'?<l several fchoura daUr in raa^h the l*j>ot nf'erar firing At tha ?My lualta, h? t the |iA?Aari(rrii war a eaailr brought n bv ilrigha au l raritaga- The train* <>n both r ?rriv? I an<; depart#*! a? imua! la-t ft. o ug Tha f*al?*na an I f'hiesgo I'nton i? in the w??rwt alfua tlon. 'Ih? ? I i r* rtion of th? win 1 w?? at right angtaa w,U? thflr track fn tn tha rliy to t;.f fan I Kidjre, aad flitao up alt tfn ^ufa. I he i r#ej?'it tra u. dua lhui?da/ night, w m ? w.thia *? i m?!e? of th ntjr j* ater far mora tag, wltna It ovafto k a fr? -lit tr^lri an t roul l get no fur thai I hm Aurora tra n ? ??? up to tt an 1 tHejr ara all threa thara iha | * *riigrr$, aevaral hunira<l ta auttttwir, w?ie brought In ?l inn the day br slaight aa t ram a/ef Thr? a eogfnea w?-rr at wor all ?far jp"?t*rta/ rn tea Yoririg t re h tt?a.,.. tralaa, hot ha ( ?#nl/ paaa trated a'- ut half ?lie ji*taa** ?p t - la?t ataaing A t* lagraphta de?jat S ?tat#a tnat t>?? w#?t?ra part vt tha road la again had i> bl< ? I up It la of rouraa ina P< ?ae i hie t?. *a jr ahrn th*- road will be op*ne<1 again, hat tha probability a ??re iha*. no (lain rao in aant out u|aoa it from till* r ity to U ? i he I aland train U?a*!r> ? hara ya?t?r lay morning irritad at Johet a faw hotira i#? hln l time a&1 a Va4a jt ?| lur U*?pat4 h f i jm Ho rr ? jftattr iiy aftarno<n ?,.?va t tl a* t fie tram from ti.e \\r?t waa to* i *ig y 1 J prograaa, and the jroW'l! t a? a??ra !h?t tif to iay tfia road w<ki14 l.e opanad all the way tUro>igk)t ti*? igh tUa ail* waa dt ftlng ? till up?>n tha p!a.ri*M. flow tha Cfti' at'> an I U*N *?lpp o tu i?g taAnita haa bean heard, ?r*d f* ar? ara entrrtauaed of aaothar aar *? ia hoeka^le I ha train dua from it hara Phur* Ujr n gtat r?-: n?.t reacha4 h?-ra '?*t araaiag 1 |>e I hirago and Vlil aukie la *11 r ight Th* train whoh went out I'M iha !i)ii*o:? an i tl main Thur*?iaf Burning had not l?eari h? ard from Tha road la badly Lhx krij ii j Ihi* e en/ r ?-? want *"it up <o it jraa'.artaf ort' inlng hot what pro*rrea? they mala U not known lint V Ma ion <*p.HrMAh- -WIiihx thr an manf ? ?* made to Hon 1 Ji Jom* a a^nWf af the i rty '?f Kflaa la that he waa alactat Ma or >>?ia ral of tha ? n l di > ia ' u f tha mt!?tarr of Ma<aa, that gentleman ma ?e a brief h In tha If'iuaa of llapr* ?aritat' raa ferllatag tha h^nor. In ahi?h he aaid Ifa had er?r ai?daarof?4 to ragulata hia own ?oo1uet hy tha princ pte that lagtaUti^n nh"uld Bat go rar/ far la a^1 Tan??- of p o bile sentiment and It atatnad to Join that thla e|r. lion ft? ght i-oaathlr ha a litila an?ad of that aantln ' nt lie wo il l aot unit thti ? ?gga>tion in all raa ?l*/r It w?a genarallf ttnderatood t?,at h? eatarta owl paeollar ?iaw? n r^ijart f?i tn? |al r of wara If ha waa in fa't an a?^nent af tha riawa <1 tha f#g ?latora on that auhJa* t ha w?, ,??t <'h*arf-iUy n!e*taka t/> ??r?a the Wata n tha e?aa t y indirata I Hit i mu?rh flaw ? ufa would h* ?tan hafo/a th* rn i tia of tha a*"?ai <tl fin'-n and flra * U ordara a* ha tho ight t*att Tha 8 rat w<?old l?a to " ground arm* tha ae~??a*l wwuhl t*w " Itl^ht a trout fae >t*?at yoir awordi I a to pi<r^gh ?harat as) jour ar??ara Into p? niog ? , aal leara war no m if' aad ha would than di???i*? avary raaia ?o h a farm M 4 h*a arrHian Ha? alUi an alwn t ??? ?!a 1/ to read at hi* r?#t a tha Sew Ta?taqaaat, aal |? n5#r ?i ja?n *a tM at-? f P?i'a on aitlh aad foi wiil t? a.fft Tift figari oi' Kx riuMirtvr llAftmiriif. 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