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

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated 17 Mart 1855 Page 3
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TH1AL OF WILLIAM KISSJNE FOK FOEQERT. Court or General great on a. Before Hon Reorder Smith. yOUBTil DAY? ITIDBNCK FOB THK FKOKSCLTION CONTINP10. Marcii 19 ? Jobn Lynch cross examined by Mr. Bus teed ? * Q. In what capacity weie you employed on board the Martha Washington V A. A* bur-tender; I was on board ?f her wli.n she was burned; I did not nee Kissane on lx>ard of h?*r. Q. You mention a trial of Ki.t^ane at Columbun, Ohio, were you also tried ? A. I was a witness for the defence Xksane wan tried and acquitted. To Mr Whiting ? Cola, Capt. Cummings, und others, were tried with KUsune. Anna Lynch, wife of the Inst witness being sworn, de posed? I live at Buffalo. Q Do you know Kixsane? A. Yes; I have known him n year last fall; he came once to our house, In the sum leer; ! believe it was in the month of July; he came agf :n in tl*e beginning of the month of October; the fir t lima he came be staid at our hitise about five miuuios the second time liestuij four or Hve hours, I believe. Q' Did he state whers be n?m> from when you saw bim in October A. He said he jumued out of the cars an 1 Sad got away from the officer, lie did not mention the *?<me of the officer; he wiid he. lid not want to be drairaod flown here, he had done nothing wrong; he wanted mv hu-band to go to Cincinnati, and I said that m? husband *" ?ul bom*, that he wa- oil on Ihe bout; he wanted a letter taken to his brother: 1 aid if my husband cannot gft) with it I would; my hue band c.rne home before Kis ?.me went away; I beard the conversation between ray fcuxtead 1 and him; Ki-sj ne told ray husband that he wanted him to go to Cincinnati to bin brother, no that ha could get money to go away with, in the evening Xixsane mid he would like to go out In the country to etay until Lynch came back if the latter could go mv husband said he would take him out to Mr Sparrow's i ? 17**^ 'he next evening; he staid at our house that niKAt. i r Z 00 ?? "'l* -vour husband afterwards with the letter to Cincinnati? A. Yea *. JT,110?1 W"H ,he bo'"* driven, to yon or your hus band at Cincinnati' A. Mr. Klssnne gave $30i) lo ray JUHband in my presence; I did not see Kissane give the Dottle to my bnsbnnd; I saw the bottle, and did no' want By husband to bring it; I thought It wa* poison; I flrit *aw it at home; I Haw It opened, but I did not see the W1U taken from It ? I was buoy getting supper at the time; I did not see the biU.s after they were tuken from lhe bottle; I did not want ray husband to take the bottle ?*? Sparrow's for fear of Kissane poisoning himielf. John Reed, policeman, being sworn, deposed? I received Mr. Kixaaaeinto my custody from the Sheriff of Cincin nati, at thnt city, on the 2?th September, IBM. Q. Did you bring him to New York? A. I did not; I left Cincinnati on the 2Vth of September in company with Juitaane and Marshal Rufflu, and the assistant prosecuting attorney, Mr Logan; I remained up all night in the ears while Mr. Ruffin. Mr. Logan, and Mr. Kissane slept; we arrived la Cleveland next morning, and lett for New York a abort time time afterwards- after we left Dun fcirk, ?y arrangements of Marshal Ruffin, he w.ia to take Kmaane alongside of him while 1 slept: I think about nine 0 clock I told Marshal Ruffin that I was about lying ?own, which I did ; on arriving at Hornelsville, N. Y., the pnaamgera from Buffalo came into the cars and woae me PJ^5??il ""i tim? 1 Huw Kissane pass me, and Ruffin Behind him: they both entered the water clonal. together; immediately after the cars started, Ruffin came ?ut and stood by the door; as soon as the w*Tt under rapid motion he went in and ?hortly after returned, saying that Klaaane had escaped; J believe he got out of the window; I requested the con ductor to stop which he did after some trouble, and I, Mr. Ruffin, and Mr. Logan went after him, but could and ?o satisfactory traces of him; I next saw Klsaana in tba office of the Chief of Police. Q. What was his appearance at the time you received klm into your custody? A. He wore an imperial and moustache William Sparrow depoeed? I reside seventeen miles nom Buffalo, at a place called Clarence; I am a farmer; 1 know Kissane; I first beenmo ac-( minted with him on IT* ?' October; I saw him at my house; he came there with John lynch. Q. What waa the eondition of Kiisane when he came to your house? A I did not take any notice; be was there about four months, he worked for me; the subject ?' *? never mentioned between us. Q. What name did he go by ? A. I used to call hlaa Lynch. Q. Why did you call him Lynch? A. That was the name Mr. Lynch called him by, he did not tell ms what Ilia Brat name was; he did not pay hla board; bis work paid for that, I think. What work did he do ? A. He dug potatoes, husked the corn, and did general work on the farm; while he -wai there be gave me nothing to keep for hira; I never fW he remained at my house, I believe, till he was arrested. Q. Did you yourself get into any difficulty while Kis ?ane was there ? f r- U us teed objected to this queetion on every ground ?f law ana decency. The Court? The question may be pot with the usual caution to the witness that he need not answer, If that *??wer ten led to degrade himself. A. 1 believe I was. A No * that m "l4tlon 40 Chemical Biuk money ' Mr Whit ng proposed to show that Sparrow got into trouble about nome money which he obtained from Kis "ane. ami that the money being detected, led to Kissane's arrest. He (Mr. W.,) believed tint money to be altered bills of the Chemical Hank. Q. Were you arretted? A Yes W. By whom A. By officer Prentice. Q. For what? A. For getting exchanged twenty dollar bills of the International Bank of Buifalo. y. Where did you get the bills? (The witne-s refused to answer, bocau-s it might tend to criminate him -If). y How many of these bills did you have/ (ffitnes again refused lo answer). Q- D.d you have any Chemical Bank money with you then A. No; Kissane was three or four months m my house; we spent our nights together there. y. Do \ou know bow the officer" found out that KIs Kana was at your house? A. I told one of the officer^ I as then in Buffalo. Q tld any other person board at your hoa e while Insane was therev A. No 1 wa? discharged nine days . fter I to.d the officer where Kis-ane was; the officer's name was Prentice; I have seen Klssane since; I have Keen blm once at the Tombe. y How did you get into the Tomb?' Mr. Bu>teed objected to this question. His Honor thought that the evidence might be given . If witnesses, he ?aid. were permitted to enter the Tombs ?nd converse with prisoners confined there. It was highly improper and a grievance, with the existence of which the community sbould be made acquainted If the authorities at the Tombs permitted such a state ef things it should be knosm, In order that (hey might tie removed, and proper officer- appointed in their places Witness? I got a tisket to goand-ee him my wife *rent with me; this was two or three days ago we were there perhaps two or three minute >. ' Crone eiaminad by Mr. Ilusteed ? I was brought on here as a witness ia charge of an officer; my expenses ere paid. ' r Margaret Sparrow, wife of the la-t witness, being worn, deposed ? I remember seeing Kissane at my ghouso. be gave me a roll of paper to keen for him he ??ked me to keep it for him; he did not tell me what was in it; 1 never looked at the paper ; I put It In a cup fcoard. r y. Where is that roll now > A. Officer Prentice came tor It, I gave it to a neighbor to save for me a< I was *oing to KufTolit to see my husband I did not know the 1 . 7? m?n*y in that roll; 1 told Mr. Prent ce where to find it, he anked roe for the money I ha<l. I an .wer ^ ^ *d none, he aaid he wanted the money belonging to Wm Ki -aoe I said I bad only a roll of paper- tne fficer thsn said he wanted that; I then told him where ht could And It, he went and got It; Kissane never told me at any t- me what was in that paper, and I never looked. 1 did not nee Ki ane have any money while he Jiras In my bouse. y. Did yon ever see any money on the International Bank with Kiasane ? A. No. The person with whom I left the roL of paper wa- Mrs. Bielhy. Cro*- examined by Mr. Bustoed? Mrs Bietby lived Within a half or a quarter of a mile of our house; we 'ft home about a week ago, under the charge of an of fleer; Mrs Rielby did not come with us she was at lome when we left Tunis Van Brunt, being -worn, deposed? I have seen he letter (No. 18) now >hows to me before it was iroughttome by a man calling hinv-elf Bi. hop I see him low (alludlag to the prisoner Findley; In coo -equenee ?of that letter I introduced him to Mr. WaterDou-e ^Bishop asked where the (liem '-al Rank was, a- he had loaey to deposit I then asked Mr. Waterhouse to take im up there, 1 am acquainted with Mr. Hugbee, the eatieman who ia supposed to hnve written that let I thought he had written it at the time I Brat saw pt, and think so etill, if be did not, it Is a very good iml at ion. Christopher B. Hogsn. police offiror depose.]? I arrest d the prisoner Ki on the l?*h of Februiry at Buf falo. he was in the county jail at the time Iwaspreent rbea the bills wt re delivered by officer Prentice to the ?ytag teller of the Chemical Bank, the piying teller as out there with me. Q I Id you ever have any conversation with Ki-- >ne about t hi- money A Ye on the road from Burt ..lo, in the New York and Erie car-, I asked him where be got |the inpnej , he said, what money I told him the thir teen f.?<X> on the Chemical l:*nk he said he knew no thing about them I then .-ked how be e apH from M.r-hai Kaffin he -aid he jumped through 'he window ?f the water rloxi I had no more convr ation with lilm on the subject of t bill-. John A VanHaon, receiving teller of the Chemical Bank, depo^d? I know Jame Bishep alias Kindle y he Made ja dep,- t of Oi 0 in ihe Chemical I tan. on 'be i.thof Au?u ?. in two $ |. MO bills oa the Amen an Ki Change Bank, be made 'ootbor depo-it on ihe iihh of koguft. of two checks. W y?" woo,d kBOW lh* eb??k? if you iw them" A. I think >0. 7 y. Ix?k at the-o? 'exhibits 1 and 2); are tho.e the Check- depo-ited by n. hr p A Ye. "'O etbe Crow examined by Mr. Bu teed? I cannot say exactly St what hour the flr-t depo-it wa. made, I tbiak the cond deposit wa made before twelv# o clock I think hshop wa ' alone when he made both deposits lie had been latradaced to me by aoy one he wa- an entire tranger to me up to that time, I have got the ticket -nade by Bishop he han ted it to me the two check. I never sew Mr Kin I ley afterwards till I saw Jim in the cell- near the police office, about two or hree months ago, I saw him then for abou' fifteen ainute- I dii not -peak to him but I recogn ted him y. If you had aot been told It was Findley would you ave ksowi him again f A I think so Wawld yoa raeogniaa all the persons who make deposit with yon aft?r an a been re of ?e?.ra vrbs ? A. I tbiak so my a-'entKm waa eapecia y a ra ed ^warde ooe who male such a large depoeit as the two Beets ia ques'lon P C Craaatoa. af the Now York Hot4l, rwltoaea I eaminad jeaterday ) waa recalled Q will n>v look ? yonr rwgfs'er on the l^h of Angus', and e?? woo ?, iptari rwota 4?r A " R. Hami 'on. Can via M Do yen the person ia ronrl who went by P" ???*? A No I 'hinX 'fca'. the jeatlea^g tttttgg at th* corner of tk? taMe ( Findleyl IU a guest at th* Now York Hot*! a boat Auguat le*t, bat by what uai I eioDot reatmbw Q. When did tbia Mr Hamilton laave' A. Hep?l4hl* bill on tha 30th of August to leava; it appear* ha re turned tbat night, paid bit bill up to t be nut morning, and laft by the aix o'clock train for Albany ; he left to the (am# train for lb* >im? place aa William Johnaon, of L/oulMann. aa etated b? me yrater'lav CrOB* examined by Mr. Buateed ? Q. l)o you recognise any other pereon fitting here a? a gu>-et of the hotel * A Yaa; I think I hare seen tbat gentleman with hia bxck lawarda ma at the New 1'ori. ilntel (th* gen* lento on turning round happened to be Councilor (!?Ibralth. Great langhter.) Witness: I know Mir* lUnbury she i* a servant in rur employ, she never m?ta a report to ma that three or mor?- (>emon< occupied the room N'o. t>W, 1 recollect the fact that No. 6? in a douUe bedde 1 room. Auorew Findley, <>na of the prisoner ? indistel. was then sworn. 'lhe District Alt'.raey, in answer to a question fnrn Mr Ku?tee<l, -aid that Findley had pleated guilty to thenther indict menl. but a* far a* tbl< wi< concerned a nallejirote qui had been entered ax to him Mr Busteed excepted to hi" competency a- a witne Witness depo-ed ? I formerly was in the merchant I taiinr bUhiotHn; I *a> afterward- engaged a- a biker: I know Cola and Kis-ane and became aoquunted with them at t iuinnati; 1 did not come from Cincinnati in their company. Q. Wa- I here noy arrangement f-ir you t i meet them in New York t A. In Juli . 1864. we were talnn< ab nit coming to New York ; I told Kn.-ane tb*t I **iitel to , come here, but though' I conld not get away from fami nes* ; Le said he wa- oomiiMr on. and I answered that if 1 could I would come too; I believe Ki ane win to meet t riendf here from Arkansas, and he w? < In a hurry to cumt here, he stalled by hiui-elf and I fol lowed in four or 'live cays; he asked where lie should 1 stop 1 told him to no to (lie I'acillo Hotel, a place where I j had always stopped ; 1 m<-t him on mr arrival at the 1 1'aeilic Hotel, (.reenwich street; he came to my room on ' the morning after my arrival and wote me up. I got up and went down stair-. and wa took hreakfa-t togetner; he wax stopping at the name house; about 10 o'clock he went aboul hi* basines* and 1 went about rame, but could not flail the pari kw 1 wi hed to *ee: I remained hereabout a week : hi -aue appeared to be in a great i deal of trouble and said ha wan determined to make nrn nt y , and did not know bow t?do -o , he came me day to | me and I told him be was crazy; "Well," naid he. ''1 believe I am, there are men bothering me so here about money; I want to tako yon up to the Aat or House and introduce you to a friend. Lawyer Henry, (I think) from Arkanxaa," -ay I "What good would that he* " he an awered ? "I want to introduce you to bim aa my brother in-law; I owe hta anon?y and cannot give it to him;" I said I was willing to go; I knew now be was situated. for be waa very nearly era ay at the time; an arrangement been mad* that Kissana should give the m'iney he i owed Henry in a few days; it wai understood between me and Hi-inane, beforehand, what we should say In the presence of Henry ? The witness here gave way, for h moment, to another 1 witnees, who was unable to remain in court, an he was buttering from severe illr ess. Cephus H. Kicbardson. clerk of Nathan I.ane k Co , deposed ? I think I have seen Kissane, the pri-oner, be fore ? it was in our store, <>a the Tith of Aagu-t; he came in to look at sample* of check.- ; he wiahed to order a check book: be took away some aamples with him; the samples taken away were one of Thompson's and one of Yery It Uwynn's check* , on the Monday morning after, he came in and wanted another check; he suid he had lo t the check of Very k Qwynn. Cross-examined by Mr. Busteed? I think it wae an the morning of the f>th of Auguat tbat Klsaane came into ; the store; I was writing at the desk when he came in, I was the bookkeeper; I wai writing up my books at that I time, and continued to do ao; my deck la on the side of the atrett door; about tnlrtyor forty come into the store ; daily, on an average; Kianane stayed there the flr-t t'me eome five or ten ornate*; he did not -hiy more than Ave { minute* on Monday; be juat came in, left hit order, ' came back, nnd got tbe extra check; I don't remember , how he waa dreaaed; I did not ttlk to him on Saturday; ! on the Monday I only handed bim the check; he put the j check in bia packet; I aaw him in the cells of the City Hall about three or four week* ago; I went therewith ; Mr. Fale*; 1 forget at who-* request, I did not talk with KUtane then, and only (tared there Ave or ten minute*; 1 Rtnyed all the time that tales remained; I think I recog nized Kiienne then aa the man who had been in the ; ?tore . be had morn hair on his face at tbat time than he . liaa now. Q. If you had met Kis-ane elsewhere would you hara recognized him? A. I think so. (J. By wh?t mark? A. By his general appearance; I think he had light eyes, I think they were rather blue; 1 hare not talked to or neen Mr. Fata since he wai ex sunned here a witness . I read sometbicg al>out It in tie paper of yesterday morning. Q. Could you Identify the cheek* taken- A No. Andrew Flndley ? examination reiumed ? I wan in troduced to Henry a? Kissana's brother in law. and In a few minutes returned to the facia t Hotel, leaving Henry and Kltaane together; Ki--ane ?an>? back about four o'clock, and ??i<T, "Tou have relieved me a good deal;" that evening Kl--ane went up tuen the next mo-ning he went out, and returned in the afternoon; we talked about making money; I -aid, " You belter watt till you get out of your prevent difficulty;" he said that money could be mitde. I would not listen to hi* -tory fit the time; 1 said, "I am going t? lea re to morrow evenlag," on the next morning he came to me with a che<-k of Very A (Iwynu'a, or John Thimpeon'n (I don't re mem her which), and raid, " Co orer to the bank and -ee if they will pay that cheek " I looked at the check, and paid. " There's nothing wrong in that cbecai''' he said, ??No; you know I would not give you a click with any thing wrong about it without telling you," I t.*>k the check and presented it at the Ooean Rink, t bay paid me the mtney; I think it was for $150, drawn on th Continental or American Kxrhange Rink the bank was close by; when I returned with the money, he said, "Did they say anything about paying it;" 1 anew e red "No;" be said, "These che< ks would be paid anrwhsre;" tif? be again, "There ran be some money mule here;" he then went off and got some uncurrent money, and a-ked me to go <!own town with thi- money, and got * check at Very A Cwynn's fer it, I did so; the check ?- drawn to my order; I got the cheek certified in the Continental I '.ank I don't recollect the amount of the check, but xliould know it if 1 saw it. the one now hown ti me (No. 6) Is the check; it Is dated July 27. 18.14: I returned with this check, and gave it to Ki -ana I told them my name wa>- James Bishop, Kh ane asked me why I did not get it to " bearer;" 1 *aid I did not know; I afterwards returned with the check, and han'ied it to the teller of the hank, but he rrfu-od to pay It he asked me If I could not get myself identified 1 went sub e.tuently to tha office of Very k Cwvnu, and wan told that the young man who fave It to me had gone into the couatry, Kis ?ane and I were in ft quandary about the check, for we could not get the money for it; I then went to a friend in Broadway, and asked him to give me tha money for thin check, be said he would give it to me in the after noon' thi- would no' suit, says Ki -ane. " go into tha I-landCity Bunk and deposit theeheck with fifty dollar* which I hare, and get another check " I did this; we returned to the 1'acifle Hotel after I hal given the cheek toKu-sane. we went to my room and talked about it; Kirsane then went out and returned with a check book containing the fame de-criptlon of check' as the one in que tion the next morning I took the I land City Hunk check to the ha k. but they refu-ed to p*y it, then they told me to come in about 12 o dock which I did, and got it cashed; I returned to tha I'a>-iflc Hotel, and gate the DoDey to ]Li-*ace; I got part of that moo-v, snd bought uncurrent money, taking it down to Very A (iwynn's, and getting another che:k in exi:h.ihge for It the che-k now shown to me (exhibit 4) Is the one I brou/ht It back to Ki-'.me; I ul?o got another eheek (No 3) from Very A Cwyan. and gave it to Ktsme Ki-?nne that day brought some blank check- of this de scrip' ion to the City Hotel, lie -al l ' If you h id money. th?-re ir money to he rai-ed here " he -aid, "I h ire the genuine checks that they give out of the beaks," be also said that he h ul ordered a book to be made, and had procured a pattern chec't, 'o show his partner, I den't remember where he said be ub'ained this; we quarrelled that night on the idewalk. for I told him be wa- craiy we sta'd up till 1 or 2 o'clock in the morning: he asked me to stay in the city a few days longer, I said 1 wa- wanted at home, however, we took another room together In a street west of Broadway, we staid there two nights; on the second day. we returned to tbe Pacific Hotel took our baggage and left that evening for Cincinnati ; when we arrived there. Ki ane said to me that tbe old man (Cole ) would tie there In a day or two, that he bad got $2,i?00 of hi- insurance money, snd wanted u- to go on to New York ; I an wered I think. ?' I will go " " Wall," -ays he, " when will you go? " I said, Tl next wens, " Cole came that even ing to my hou>e, and a*ked me if 1 wa going on to New York again . 1 said ye ?; aay < he, " W ben are you going'" I said, " In the middle of the week." In the month ef | Augu t, we finally -tarted from Cincinnati? Ki -ane taking tbe 7 o'clock train, and I the * o'clock, on Kis -ane * arrangement to meet Cole in Buffalo; we got to Huffalo In the morning, but did not find Cole there Kis-ane told me to go on to New York and take room.-, which 1 did I went to the New York Hotel and entered my name as that of " Hubert Hamilton Canada We t " and remained there UU Ki ane and Cola arrived In tna eity. when they arrived. Kis-ane came to ray room, la the New York Hotel, early in the morning, and said, " The old gentleman is here be wishes to -ee you " I got up and went down to tte Bixby Hou-e, an l went to < ole and Kls-aae's room , Cole wa? yet In bed be asked me if 1 had got rooms, I -ad " Ye>, " Ki sane wa- hur rying him, but said to him, " You nee) not burrr me I cannot go to the hank before 10 or 11 a'cloek , ' Ire marked that the New York Hotel seemed like a private boarding house, and that the rooms there would do for Us, say - Kl-sane, " You go up to the !*ew York H . el and remain till I coma " fdld so, and Kl-sane -ante and we remained till Cole came, about 12 oclotk he ratne in with $2,000 m $100 bills, but tald, " I don't waat you to deno-it the-e bill till you san ge* them changed " Klseane said, " We wili r,t them ch*ii<~! nt uncurrent money and get eha.-ks," I d a tiemen her <m what bants these checks ware the m nev was j tak'n by Kissane snd be went away with It ihssan* came hack with the uncurrent money and I to k some i and he t<- k s. me I went t?. Thi rapeon'a and he went to I Very A C.wjnn's an I we each got a check for this iineur | rent money we then went back to the New York Hotel, I hlssane registered his name there as Johnson, we vsnt tn giv r? m the table was set out to writ# on < he blank cheria of which I have spoken were in Kissane's 'rank. Klasane. Cole snd I met there every day, copying checks from genuine ch'cks on the Con'ineatal llank we were prac'islng to make them alike K ssane tie the wrltiag Cole was overseeing the whole ha would say. "Now, Bill, there is a letter that looks like yours, yon must take that < ?t ," when be had written s namher he would c. mpare the Imitations with the genuine rhesk . a day or tw. before I was to give the letters of iBtr -luet. n, tha time was occupied In lllmg up tbe bills <4 ex"hang* I waa t< deprsrit tbe apurious cheeks of Very k Uwyaa and John Th< mpeon at tha time I made a dei?.*lt of the $2,0(0 tbe letters of Introdncii a were wrt'tea by as at 'be New York Hotel before 1 want with th*ae !e"ers V> Van Bmnt A Waterhou?e, | vent through a regular ax , amtaati' a. Cole would a>k ate queetlons aad K. ssane would pr? mpt me I had a 1st of names of bnstasss nm In Ksntacky, en that I aaigbt have them ia mi ad when Mr Vaa Brunt wonld eaaatlon me Mr Coie ased V. re j preeent the hanker, aad KUaaae introduce* me to h ia as a Mr. Mabnp Cala woald then ash me quae tioas aad I answered them. I Vrnfc these Ueeoa. daily for Urea or f. it daya when I go* mT part ap perfacUy I ?ook tbeee bills of etahaage aad tha and, with the letue M latrodH^, T?a inut; walked down with w to (how a* thepieee, I InoW In int to mo if u; CiaciMMU |M?pU www liwra uH not Andlnf ?a/ I wmt m and mM far Mr. Van Brunt, ilii oil Cntlemnn waa ?ot there, and I want np ?? the ?l?o*h rbonae where I waa told ha waa; lawn not therr at Brat, and 1 waitod for hint; whro ha came in I raw* bim the letter (oil ha eacUined, "(>M Joe Hughe*"' be received me in the uiiual war, and rave mw aa invi tation tu (to to bia place of bualneaa; I went there the next mm ning; be introduced Be to Mr. WaU-rhou?e, air! the latter took me to the Chemical ill nV and in'rodncod me in the ueual manner, 1 depoaited the ti. 000 and the dralta, and returned to Mr. Coie'a room. on Rrjadway, i i nd reported; lairotook another letter of introduction the tame day to Mr. Burdoll, 1 wont through the earn" forinalitiea there; I returned the next umrnin< to ae? Mr. Uurdell, and on the way vent into the Chemical Itaok and drew a check for $l,fl.r>0, 1 h v! tw > other hilla tod*|>oelt, I went to Mr. Hun'eU'a and Udd him that I I watted to know where I could depoait aome m iney; he began to talk about Kentucky, and I diatruatod him, for I ' felt puilty\I tolil thin to Ki-xane when I came out, I (aid that au*pica>na were nrou*ed in Mr. Bur JbH'k mnd, and be anawvred. "Tlii* tMng ha* got to he dor* to day we returned immediately to the New York Hotel, and Ki**ane took the two lorded cherka, (Noa. 1 and 1) , j and vmd, "Now you hare jrot to go and depoxit tleie 1 two checka in the bank " tb?y were tilled up all but the 1 date the day before; on the way down we Htopped at Coir'a room, on Broadway, No. 337, 1 think, oppoait i trie Broadway theatre, Kiaaane went down for red ink. and I got black ink; KUeane then filled up aeveral other checks. 1 took the two forged one* in question, au 1 wen with them to the bank , I handed thane checka to a g-n Ueman haying that 1 wished to make a depoait of them; I got a bank chock for par' of the amount, an I had it caahed by Mr. I'araona. I then walked to the door, for I got scared, and whan 1 came out, Cole wan atanding on the other aide of the atreot ; 1 par-red C?ile and went up to Twenty arond or Thirty third (treet- a place at which wa bad agreed to meet In ca?e of acciileata. alter 1 had been there four o-llve minutei. Kinenne c >nw up and an Id "Why, you look quite enaied? they won't find tine out until to morrow!'' we then wei?t back to our rooms I gave the tnonxy to Kia aane. and after he counted it he raid ''What did you get it all in tf>00 bill* fur?" he then eaid that he would go do?n and aet the old m m to work, after he aorted out the money be ealri, eeparattng a pile: ' That ia youra;" 1 threw my portion under the Im-1 or burntu; 1 cannot ?ay how much my portion trnn ; Ki?*an? did nut c? m? back until near night, and I wuh very anxloua; he had cbaoged a $.ri00 bill into email money, after it got dark we walked down Broadway- Kl*<ana went into Cole'a room, and we then returned to the New York Ho tel; in the morning we started in the earn for Albany, Ki-saae taking the whole of the money; before we got to Buffalo we eeparated; think he cave rot rav portion of the money in Albany, but he aay-^ ne gave it to me in Rocbeater, thinking I wan gong to Canada; when 1 came to um up my ahare 1 found I had f ft, 300, 1 had nl.<o $'if>0 or $!M4 belonging to mvxelf , I did not aee Cole g?t any of tb- money; when 1 went into the bank, Cole wa* watch ing out-ide. The croaa examination of thia wltneaa wa* postponed until tbe following day, the Court adjourning at half pnat three o'clock. Superior Court?Part First. Heforv Chief Ju?tloe Oakley. THAVBI.MNO ON THK IHTimUS ? VKKDICT AOAfNRT THK PANAMA RAILROAD COMPANY KOH DgriNTtON. March 10. ? Harvty O Weed and Wife va. the I'anamt Railroad Company. -Till* cnae wan tried anl nutimitted to the jury, who rendered m verdict thin morn ixifC Tor the plaintiff* tor t'2.000. It wa? a ault for Buffer ing* endured by the female under the following cir-um *tance*. The plaintltfe took the earn of the I'antint railroad, at it? weatero terminua, on the 15th Auguat, 1H64, cw route to Aeplnwall. ih* mion ru Inclement, and the train in which tbey travelled conaiatod of twe paxiienger cant and aeveral open trucki It waa allege! that during the bear/ rain about 4o0 paaaengem were put in ibote cam, and the train ? tar led at Are o'clock, P. M, but (topped about nine o'clock near a irltch, i where the paaaengera remaine<l whllit the engine re turned to the atation. It wa* further alleged, that the place at which the train waa left waa low and awampy, aurrounded l>r a denae loreat, and remste from any hu man habitation. It waa atlli raining, and tbe miaaina created by the low marahy character of the ground, anl the dampneax of the atmoephere vary deleterious. The train with all the pa--.eugerH wan left hare the whole night, and exported to maay inconvenience* and dangam. In cooHequence thereof the wife of the plaint nr contracted a violent blliou* fever known aa the Panama ferer, and her life wa-i deapalr, ed of, and her general health very much im|>eirod Sonie of the fellow paaaen^erx of the plalntifTa were ex amined, and deponed to the eulfering* which they en- i dtired on the occaiion; they had no lauterna, no food, and the water that they did (jet they had to pay for *t an exorbitant price. One of the witn?a<tea( Mr. lilnkeloy), ?wore that be did not hear the coniuctor mtke any announcement that the train abotild atop becanae of a brii'je, at a abort diktanc.e no the line, being oat of re pair A lady paaaenger (Mm. Houtliard), dep>>?>d that previoua to thu, Mra. Weed enjoyed excellent health. Mr*. Weed waa, dtirlng the detention, taken nerioualy til. A child of the plaintill'a travelled with them, but the rum were a>> crowded the baby had to be placed under the aeat. 'lh? atmo4^i< <e of the c%ra w?* auffosnting and dliagrteahle, and nien were uaiag pvofane laajtua^e. The phyaician fl?r. I?uro) wh.? attended Mm. Weed, depoaed that ?he l ad a fever and convnlaloM, auperln ducec by expo*ure anc mental excitement c .n<e.|u?n' on the an lb-ring.* to which ahe waa e ibjected ? n tb? night In queation. Kor t he defence, Mr Potter, 'he Chief Kngineer of th de'indanl*' line, depoaeil, that in Auguat, 1HM, a bridge on the road, near where the train atopped, wa< under going repaira, ud that it would have been unnafvto havf g< ne on. Ihe Court charged that if the let*o tion *a> cati?ed hy niiamun*geir>ei>t or ' *re|e**nn*a, without de?ign on the part of the agent*, then the owner* of the lion were liable It waa alleged by the defendant* that there wa? ade*ign to place the paeaen^era in the poaltlon doacrihe I by tike plointifT; but wby, ban not been ahown, nor can ' we dieenver any motive to do an act w'nth would be cal culated to render the railroad unpopular. The i|ue*Uan i*. are the defendant* re?pon*ible hocauae the oonduc- j tora deaignedly er aeglig?ntlv pUced the plaintiff' in auch a aituation 1 la the raae o! the Htaten laland ferry boat which Cenignedly ran into another ve<ael, an ac tion waa brought againat uie owner, Mr VaaderbUt, anil thia Court decided that he waa reeponaible. The Ciurt of Appeala, however, decided that owner* of ateimboat* wi re not reap<<naible for the wilful act of their em ploy. ?, aa the law doe* not preauma that the principal would authorize hla agent to do an unlawful net hut the law hold* the owner reaponalble far a proper care avd attention to the buaineea be entruata to hla agent. To avoid the eecraaity of another trial, the Court pro pounded the following queatiooa to the jury, which they were to paai upon ? 1? Kan the detention of the train *t the liarhacoaa atation by the conduct ir of the defendant*, a wilful net of thia conductor? The jury anawer re*. V? In detaining the train aa he did there, did the con ductor net negligently or without reaaonable care and judgment. Tlie jury anawer, ye*;' And the jury further find a verdict for plaintiff' and ?apeea the damage* at f^.GOO Judgment anapended. Court or Common Pie. a? Special Term. Before Hon Judge Woodruff Mj*i it l.'l ? Xathanut H. Itarrrll r* Waller M-at ? The defendant inaia'.a that merely writing hia name acroea the lace of the hill ia not a aiiHi- ient acceptance within our atatute, (1 Itev. 8. 767. ) which re<|uirei aa ncceptance to be in writing and afgned. Kor the pur poaea of thia cnae, in thia court, it la *ufllcient to any that the former Huprtme Court, by wboae deciatnn we conaider ouraelve* honnd, held otherwlne in Siioar va. P'att, 2 Mill, 6*2. Were I to add that I think that <!e ciaion gave ? correct conatruction to the atatute, it would a<ld little to tbe authority of the (Tecedent. The de fradant alao inallta tbat the bill o' exchange in quea tion, being a/dreeaed to " the Tieaaureref the Klo firaode Copper Miniag Company, Walter Mead, Ka>| ," an I beiag accepted In the worda " Walter Maad, Treaeurer," the b'll lid not bind the defendant individually, but the com p*ny to whoen treaanrer It wa* thua addre?.?d The cnee clte.1 in argument, (ltr??kway va. Allen. 17 Wend 41, Hank of Michigan va Kly, 17 Wend., 5<rit Molt va flicka 1 (><w , M4. Satford va. Wvckoff, 1 Hill II I.ulT v? I'ope. 6 Hill, 6l3; Watewhst Bk v?. White, 1 itenio, #<18; lllcka va. Hisde, W Barh kC%. H., and liabs'ick, and Daman, 1 Keman, 200.) ao far aa a uniform rule can be derived thtrefrom. abow, I think, that the i| ueation whether the defendant ia, or i a not Individually bound, may -'epend upon facta not appear ing on the face of the till. If thia bill waa drawn upon the company in fact though not in terma, and the com paay received the conaideraUon. and the acceptance waa upon their account and by tbeir authority, and waa ao known, and waa ao made and received aa thnir accept anc*. the cnae ia aufflcientlj eatabliahed that the defend ant ia not individually bound thereby Rut unlee* ant oatil ' theee facta appvar, the word Treaaumr ia, I think, to he taken aa a mere de*< rtption of the pereon on whom the hill I* drawn, and on the face of the hill it cannot be anid that any other than the defendant him ?eif I* bound thereby J'rima facie, I thmk he ia liable. Tbe bill ia not, in term-, drawn upon or ne epVed by the company, nor c?uld they be charged on the bill Iteelf ? itkoat the averment of facte which Jo not appear thereon- However probable It may be that the etrcum ataneee under which the bill waa drawn, when dieeloeed by anewer. will abow that tbe company waa itaelf tbe contract ing party, or the debtor on whom the bill waa drawn and to bring thia cnae within the caee of Rati cock va Beman above r<-ferred to (1 Kent , 200, , in whirh tbe dee. aion originally made by me In thia court wa* affirmed. I am of opinion thnt until tboae circum atancea are diaeloeed by anawer, tbe defendant m lat be deemed llal.le, accordinr to tbe tenor of the Mil a* aa ini*ividaaJ. The plaintifl muat, therefore, have jodg stent upon the laaue of law joined herein, with hia eoete Bit the defendant may. if ha ao elect withdraw l.ia ie nr rrer and anawer Within ten daya, en payment ef tbe coat# of the demurrer and proceeding* thereon. Itarhrl and Her Visit lo the t hlird Ntnten Her Nrw Play, '?UCiarine." [Kt'-m the Special Correapendence ot the Vew Orieaa* Pteaynne.) I'.ioa, Keb 1, 1446 I taw laat night M lie Rachel In ber new piece, "la CfAnoe,' which M ^crihe haa written eipreaaly for her, ai.d which abe inteada tak ng to the I nit?d "tat-a *? being an excellent ftere n rereftsi with you It turna ' on th* adulteroua lov* of the < rar na Catherine t M lie Karhel) with Count .Sapieba, (M l're?*?nt, > which the C*ar ( M. Beauvallat; dlawvera, or think a h* dieeovera Hlie ha* been adal*eroua hut aa tbe youag Connt ia tod to execution, and wb.le the Kaa* an Jack ketch baa hia ?wi rd uplifted, wait og a aign frvaa t he Caar, the latter ia deceivad and the former a naved by th" cooln*aa ot tbe i ia rial Tbe play ia found*', on hiatory Peter tbe Orent de ! tected tbe Ctarina Cnthertna faitblea* u> h m. Omat Mi>en* waa lover be waa ei?catod hie two >ona . were degraded and aeot aa aiaaple aotdtera toward! the i I'eraiar frontier, hia e vler tbe accoaapiico of hia eviaae i aad the ' tarla* a favorite, waa kaoatod in pu Uic u>4 eiiled tofiberia. 1 M 'lie Rachel ww epleadtd la W part, and bev ei | turnm eineed even her aenaJ aaacniteenre It la report ed that ahe ba* had aande new oetniaea ef all tbe r bar , artera > be w(U play ia the f'attad -?ut ea I am afraid thnt all her talent* aad wardrobe w B not preveat yo? fr-m a>etag the at?M Jone* of the tonpu; ahe | tuuittft* iifttrtktr. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. MONKT MiRElT. Fkidav, March 1G-6 P. H. The Earopeaa news sppearsto hare given quite en impel as to the stock market At the drat board to day ihe>e were very large transactions in all the leading stock securities, both of a fancy and nub Mantial character. Btaie atocks, railroad bondn and itockn, coal stocks, Ac., were in active demtnd at bftter prices, and unise a Kpeeulative feeling was visible. The prospects of peaee are, in the mlndi of many, considerably atrengthened by the death of N K'.hnlaj', and those who think ho will of oourae operate accordingly. The news by the steamar now nearly dne will be of vital Importance. While the market value of stork* generally haw been much improved by the complexion of the political intelli gence from Knrope bv the AMoa mime of then have advanced upon thtir own merits, and will be sustained, whether our last advices from the other aide a-e confirmed or not. The purchases of lie id irg tivday, at both hoards, amounts J to more than five thousand i- hares, morn than one-half of which was for oash. Krie acil New York Centra were much more aotive to-day than we have noticed for some time. Camberlind la movirg up again gradually. Nicaragua Tran sit has not baen annihilated yet by the bears. Its new arrangement with the Panama line ia for three jearn. Whichever company carries moat psssengera, is to be alio red twenty -Ave dollars for each head of the surplus number, and the balance oi the grofs re-elpts to be equally divided. The weekly trips will lie oontinued, and the operations of the two lines will hereafter be conducted for their mutual benefit. Panama Railroad haa nearly re covered the late decline, but there doea not a p Dear to be aa many buyers at the advance aa there were aellera at the decline. Cleveland and Toledo Rill road haa advanced within the past few daya nearly the amount of the dividend just declared. Among the railroad bonds, Kile, 1H75, and I lintfs Central, old Issue, are the moat aotive. Of the former, $165,000, and of the latter, $90, 000, were sold at the first board to-day. California Sevens have been in re quest lately. They are no* received by the Htatc of Wisconsin aa security for hank lsiues. The current quotations this morning at the first board, oampared with those ruling at the cloae or the market yesterday, show an advanoe in Virgi nia 6's of 4 per cent; Louisiana 6'a, i; Krie bonds, 1N75, 1|; Illinois Central bonds, 4; Nicaragua Tran sit, Cumberland Coal, 4; Nsw York Central Rill, road, J; Cleveland and Toledo, 1|; Erie Railroad, i ; Rending Railroad, 14; Hudson River Railroad, 4; Panama Railroad, 14- At the second board the tendency was still upward. New York Central 7's advanced i per cent; Cleveland and Toledo, 4; Real leg Railroad, }; Virginia 6'b, 4. A alight reaction in Illinois Central bonds was realised. They fell off 4 per cent. Panama Railroad fell off 1 per cent. Only one small lot was sold. The new iasne of Illi nois Central bonds has lately been active, and are advancing. The sales today reached $86,000 at both boards. The transaotlons at the Assistant Treasuier's of. flee to day, were at follows:? Paid on treaaurjr account $14.*tf8 71 Ki-oslrsd 00 do 97.RB0 00 Balance on do 4,lnf>,^f7 7t? Paid for Am?jt Oflica 21>40 ltt Paid on dialnirnlng check* 34. 722 13 The warrants entered at the Treasury Depart ment. Washington, on the 14th Inatant, were ? For i to redemption of ?tock ... $.M8 Hi Pi r paying Tranmirj detit? eu,.'ift4 Tl P"r the Cu-toini. 11,670 87 Covering into the Traieory from mlrcalU Leoui. M.uroaa V\ M P'l.r covering Into th*Tra??ury from Cu>lom.' #2 HO P'>r the W?r ltopitriin?nt 11 1HO 0<i lor the Navy Deportment Ifi* :tll (M Forth* Interior Iwpurtment 111,407 Ti F< r re-pxjing for the Interior Department. . 10,W #.'1 The CI* velar d and Toledo Railroad Company have declared ten per cent out or the earnings of the pact twelve months, payable on and after the 2d of April, In seven percent income bonds. The net esrnir gs cf the company have been appropriated to the oenst ruction of the northern division of the road f om Sandusky to Toledo. After the adj. urnment of the board, the following rales of bonds and stocks were made at auction by S. I>r*per: ? ?'! OOOFI.I hing PK. Convertible 7'* Int. .idded M ?,000 HndMin lUver UK. >e<- ml murtg iga do. #"1 7.0C0 do do third morlg.ige <lo. 71 ^ IS.UOI.yta ('owa) C*ntriil RR flrnt mort. do. 2 M o Mercantile Mutual In-. Go. Kcrfp. IBM .10 I'O -h? Kfuding Ruilrnnd W.'ljf it do. Northern Indiana Contraction V> 60 do. Michigan Southern 00 \ The sales of bonds of the Port Wayne and South ern Railroad Company will come off at the Mer chants' Kxcbange on the 22d and 24th mat., as stated yesterday. This will be one of the most im portant atlas of the season, and will doubtlew at tr? t the attention of capitalists of this and other ! cities. The annexed statement exhibits the groan and net ! eartinf a of the Phlladephia snd Reading Kailroad | Company, for the first quarter In each of the past ! 'wo years:? l'Hirjkr>irtmu **i> Ra*M*<i IWn.aoiD. (/uartrf luitng f'rb. 2H . . I*t64. 1 *'?6 Fi i etved ironi coal $4?f>,000 "7 $617. 7H5 10 I?>. do. njerchandma. . . , 61,^10 >.4 US. 712 66 : I" . do travel, rnaiia he. 6?i,#23 70 82.414 41 I Croaa Income $613,006 17 $646,912 16 j fi|*n??a tnneportaili'n r ?*.! way, renewal fund, dumpage etc $317,. "I 14 #10 73 Net lomsf $106.4* 63 ??#,OOi 42 Total lorn* ? la (roan *eralo(* in th? quar ter, ?1SV,90? Total inrr?e ? In net earning* for ??m? tiro* 'M. 572 *19 According tothla.tha inereaae in ^roea income h?* been twenty-life per cent, and the Increaie in mt Income forty-nix per cent, for what la consider ed the dullest quarter in the /car. At this rate the gr'iui Income for the pranent flactl year, ending i Nov. 30th, ]?.'??'>, will be 14,727,050, and the net income $3 ,93ft ,2 >? Thla calculation may apppear extravagant with no more data be/ore us than the ?hove table fnmlahes, but it muxt be considered that omy about oce aeventb of the groa* earning* of laat year were received la the flrat quarter. It la the ' opinion of tboaa moot <onver*aat with the pnepe-ta of the rompany, that the net profits In April will be equal to the Intereet on the entire funded debt of the road, leaving the profit* of all tbe beat portion of tbe year to be divided among to* abareieidera llavinf ahown by official returns the artael bual. ne*a and profit* of tbe flrat quarter of tbe present fl? al j tar, we proceed to give tbe remit of the ciel buainraa of the first twelve daya of the V~ ?d quarter. The amount of coal transported on the Heading railroad for the flmt twelve work lag day* j ,,t M if h l?u, vu T9.WO II t-.M fucr ila< la 1U4 69, 14 4o To'tl tnaa Ibitwm M, 644 00 <te i ?or an average incraaae of nearly I ,V?0 ton* per day lu oomparlng these aggregate* it muM be torne la mind that since the Oth of March, thla y?*r, tbe toll on coal lea been thirty <?t<u per Uro higher than at the tame time laet year. Thla in in toll and tonnage mo?t ptcdno* astounding reaolta at the done of the year. KvVlenoee of the growing prosperity of this road multiply upon na. Th? hchoylklll. the I^-high and the Delaware and Had ton 'ana1* have already been forced ap to their higbtat traanpoitalioB capa ity. Tola la proved by the fn< t that do material tacreaae ha* tiken [dare in their aggregate tonnage for the last two year*, ae the locks as not paaa a greater namlier of bolt* than the com pan lea now pteaeea. Thla la the a r tual 'ondltV/n today of all theae great avenues f ir the tr*na;*>rtat!on of cool; 'oa*e?|'ienl!y tfce R*a>l I i*( llailrc ad became, 'rom neceaatty, the recipient ! of the entire increase la the cot! trade froa Uiat iMrlct, and the tarreaas la ita laat year a bntlaaaa wae 406.4M tona. It la evident tbat whatever la ci iaai may take plana la the trade daring tbe pre j teat jeer moat find Ita way to market by the earn* , channel. The exMea oa of thla etatt of thing* h 1 prodnHBg Ita naUral noaaoipaena. The nam her of toaa of eaal '?arrtad ovav tbe read la IWt was : ?? mlihoa aim head red aad eigktyeirN ! ic! W-J tw. 7^4 present for ee of tie roed are capable of carrying two million* two hundred and fifty thousand tone during the prenent y**>, wt'.bou'. any sddittm to the rawing rock, being en eg gvsgate increase over tbe t< nn*ge of 1464 of upward* of two bandred and slxty.two thousand ton*. Noteith (tending this greet force now In complete order for work. privste coel opera tort ere so well convin-ed tbet the demand for transportation will exceed thj ability of tbe road to meet It, tbst they here taken the alarm, end h*v e for tie Bret time in tbe hiatory of tbia trade, entered io*? contra :tn for the c in struction ol cars oo toelr own eojount. It in a fact within our own knowledge, that mix huodieJ cars have aiicady be^n ordend <>n private account, and we know <f mother party that in riegoilaUfiif for four hundred rntre. Tbe ad ition of mix huadred ram wtiiild increase the capacity of ttie ri?*d a>-v tu thousand five huodied tor a per wok, and an tii nei lour hundred w. ttld make n total weekly in crease In its oapecity of twelve thousand lire bun tired ti iik. Tbe Philadelphia l^d^tr, of tbe l.r?Ui inet. any*: ? There I* evidently a miaapprvhennou on ihn part of aoine o( the writer* id money article* a* regarde the rnn<te of aet tiemi'iit of Teiaa claim* under the bill re cently peaai-d by G.ngreaa, appropriating $7,760,000 to tliat object, eubject to COiiHrmaliou by tlie*Mure of Teiaa Some of theae writer* ?rmnoimljr to imagine that the aettlemeiit ia to lie m* ? oo tbe aoaled principle Un- liill an pa..?d, cbu only Im> accepted or rejected by Tfm?. It U not liable to amen Inunt, noti fication or alt "ration. I lie former Secretary of the Treasury, Mr Cor win ao<! the pr. .cut Attorn*; Uen?ral of the ( nltad htatee, Mr fuelling, do not anion la tlmir viewe an to what part of the debt eonaUtntri that por tion for which tba public rcvenuea were .pnc:*lly pled^i. So tliat to pleane all parting interented in both report* and prevent any farther difficulty In the mutter, the bill waa formed by and with ?m cone-nt of the credit >r?, t<> include both the above mentioned view*, and the bill after apecially de*lgoatiu* both the report*, to *ay , tbat the auui of $7,7^0,000 ia to lie Apportioned ami iik the aaid holdera pro rata Provided, that the In tcreat on the debt embrace.! ia thia act, aha'l b? deter mined by the eiiating law. of the State .if IV, Nothing can be plainer than that the entire aum appro prlated ondertbe bill ia to l? diatiibutad among the ere dltora of Teiaa aa designated in the two report* thoaa l>earlag iotere*t, with iat*re?t added on aa fa.e, amount of the claims pru rata-- and not according to the gcalsd ratea, aa aome year* ago designated by Teiaa The Phlladelpbl* /.idgrr of tbe letb tout., givei the following ln/crmetlon relative to the debt of T< xaa. A large amount of certificate* ia held In Philadelphia, and a* tbe l^td^tr ia the mouthpiece of holders in that city, exy statement in relation to this maoh vexed question will be interesting to holders in other parts of the country: - We do not flad anything In the law of tougre -< author lung the payment of thscUima of Tei*. winch a aealed certificate All that the HtoreUry ol the I re* ?ury can dtmand la that the evidence of tba njaim I* genuine. If ?atl>ft*d on that pwibt. w* presume it will be paid eeale.1 or an^ eale<1. A- evldeiice oo thi- (xilnt, tbe moot aatitfactory mode of proceeding will, no danbt be the procurement of a oertl8c?te of the fact br Tata*. There are man; fraudulent anl counterfeit c?rtlltcatea afloat, an* ao well executed that only the moat el pa rtrneed efbeera In Teiaa can dieting ulxh the bad from the good. Aa to the aa.ent of Tei?? to the U? of fV?n freaa, iii??-irj to ita going anectuadjr into operation, here ie now n?ire doubt tban waa at tlr-t ?uppo <h1 The Ualveeton Journal of the 41A ln-t., coma< out very <le Cidedly agaiOKt It. It aaye: "We are utterly asd entirely opp?eed to the pro ?i-iona of the Texan Creaitorc' bill, ao far a< we are mil vl.?<d of then. 1 ha bill provtdra for a mode of payoteut more unequal ami unjuat to the mo t merttoriou> claln ante than any eyet?m heretofore agitated. It acoopted, our le^irlature will be converted into a court of claim*, 'It ting to adjust tlie amnunte due tbo<e credltsr* who have already been paid oil ai a le i rat- un Ur our ecal ixg and oar aUtirfe book will ron<lxt of nothing but private relief bill*. If thi? <lei*o. ratic State caanot prevail on the democratic majority In both hou e. of Oongr*f? to treat her a- though alia had th? Intelligence U? know how mnoh nbe ow ee and to whom ?be i In lebted, aod a- If 'he waa poaaeeeeu of cummon hooe-ty we think that her elf rvpeel -hould indoce her Ui con Idar tbe propriety of a xpeedy eliange in Uer polities." We have received tbe bill of complaint lUed hy lianiel b. Allen egalnst the P.teidont, Vice Presi dent. IMrectors, He retary and AgenU of the Acces sory Tfansit Company of Nicaragua. It is a dooo* meet of frightful length, and i? filled with charge* j of tbe graveat cbaia'ter. We give an extract fr^m I tte, believing tbat it contain* tne gist of ' the whole:? Ar.d the plaiutilT further ?tate?, that tbe defe*<U*t' I In turtber proeecution of tbeti afute a'd unlawful aod I frnudulent ini uianagemml of tlia affair* of -aid com i pan}, and nit-appropriati*n of tba m<mej<. nean and | re? ourcen thereof have *pp<u ute<l the defeadaat, i barle Monran tbe I'reeident ot aid company, It' >peei*| In t>e city of New Vork, that bv the term- of -aid ?p : pomtini nt the ?aid Morgan ba- been allowe,! and ha ; received and ia now rwcelvlnir an eaorbltant -aUry and enortnoua nod unwarrantable coinmi->ioo> a- ? pre tended cnmpen.ation for tbe performance of the dutie* o' an id agency amounting, in the ag^rey***, aa the pl.iltitlfT i< iril'irm'd end l>elleve- lo a' le.iM one hun dred ttooeand dollur- per annum. And the plaintiff a?er?, that thoroughly competent and reap.m ible per aona could at >ny time and can now be foun I r- >dy and willing to perform nil the dutle. of Ilia aforeoei.l igeaey fully anil satiafac'orily . lor iem ttan one len'li p*ri of the ?i.m aow paid and nlloaed to the defendant M<ngan And the plaintilT ba> t?en informed and bel.evee (hat ? the i-i'Tevagant and unwarrantable aalart and cnininla alma ao a- alorenaid allowed and paid to ib? defendant I Morgan, by the private teruia of hi? appointment to .aid Birenry .re abated by him w th other of the lefeadanta herein directora in aid company And the pl.,inttl! further alate... that the -? ) def.-nl ant Morgan by re* on of hia po?itf"n and In'ere -t- a I veree to the e of the company, In neither .1 fit oor pro per Mlssa to lie appolntei] to the aforeaai I sfSM J The! aai I Moigaa la lnt< reated la one or more ateamahlpa wbtrh are not, In any part the probity of ?ald com P*ny *nd t fiat In purauanc* of the powere conferred | Of on >ald Morgnn ax ?uvh a*ea> hi- *fur*aald lup. are | employe<l in the a^rvice of I be company at aurb ra'ea I ?> ne may eee fit to pay *n1 charife and receive while | tie ahipe, which are the property of the company are laid up er but pertiaily employad or '-mployed only at I aurh >earona when tbe ordinary recelpta *re known hi | ba iaaufflrient t?? defray the eipen e irf ritnnt*g them Charges *onie what similar are mtde against C. K ? Garrisoo. the company 'a agent at Ken Kranrts o. The taiy brill Ilea In the above extract. Tbe other matter* are of secondary Importance, so far a? the ietereet of I). B. Allen is -encerned. If this move meet ha* tieen made for itockj >'jbing purpxea, which we str- ngly Nua|>ect, it has Ixon thue far a failure. The lojuortlon granted reada an f silo ea ? I'pon the fortg-dng c mpialn* It 1< ordered tha' 'he defendun'- r bow ea 11^1 before .me of the Jug?- of ihi? Ou?t, at pec 0 . 1 term* In tbe <1 j -.f the city of Nt;w York, on the 'i?tb day of M >r> h at 10 o'cl.^-k A M of tha' d?y or .?? -if/ti th?re f er a r< ue ei - n U he.rd why a receiver bould n t let apte latsd by 'be f'?.iirt to take p... e. .on of the pr- perty of ' Urn A' <*.?,ry Tri.n-it Compnny of Nicaragua during the p?n ien'y f tin- tilt in ice. rdance with the pray* r of 'lie t oip!?in' end why t),? Injunction therein prayed f r ?h* ol n t be continued and the relief ft n'ad a. pr^yw for in .Id rompUInt ?nd ine<.nwhile ,nd until the heiru.g and 4e terminal!, n thereof, j It la ordered that the defend-i nt - herein and each of I *beai refrain from ecertir into or renewing any con ! tree* with the defeadas' < K tiarrl-. n r tbe defendant 1 CV.rle. Morgnn f< r t bo further empl ymen' r r**n lltp.o I of tb* ?ervlcea of aid 'iarrl. n r M- rfan or er her .if them or any one . n their bebalf r>n l<ebalf f either i of tbem a* the agent* of the .aid Acr**ee#ify T r ? o ? 1 ' O m | punr *rid from retaining r appr ( to 'heir own u*e or to the u*e or ei'lief tbe ? aid defendant. any of tbe pr p *?r'y fu*dn 1 re-oUrce* or .econtie* of -aid uip.oy ujr.n any acc? unt wb'-oever end fr m peflng <t -a curing tbe payment in any in.aner ef a*y far'ber mm .f nn net for and n aet- in', f an; purcba-e of ? teaio hlp* on behaif of *ald aal from in .1 1 eg tnj further -bare la tbe capital *t .,f .aid . tr. p . a f | end fr'mmnkingf r or ? lek.lf / aaid r<.cnpaay >m I .('bar or far'her p-.reba-e ..r eale - f >hare In 'be oapl'al 1 *to?k 'hereof asd from *elliag r m r'g ring or In an? m oner di'p. ng of tbe *?? .m-blp a w ? be pr yr'y ,t j aaid ci*npaoy MB fat KK Rlor It Kiih>n(?. ?:0") \* r? at ]-"M 4o M ?M? 4o b.K> *<? '/I X I 4f I I ?'? 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JM mill R T KK ? ? * u ;j boo ao....?3 >4\ SOPaoomo RR ..a? 100* VOO 4a. bOA .*tf> 00 do *M lutti 100 do . b>!<) .'U \ :.o do..... MO 10AV* n Saw Ck?J Co. V* 10 do KM 1A(> N'V('?n RR M W i, 30 A Chi KK. bit 90 ii> do ... .oft !<?s' BftOOW) (OtHV. ?i\< 90 Vuiiaia 6'. V7>, aO aha NY On RR ? ?!?.' 10O<i do a.'l W7>? 'Jf> do a?0 N<| WOftbtfCHKi ft. ?3 lltnOwttH b AO M 4tc0EriaMaof 76 160 do T? ?*'0? do b3 A7^ lao do 7?*f 500< do b3n H7?. 1 <>0 I.?l h Cblr K. bU tfl? 1004O 111 Una KB lid- HI 7 Krla 11K e 4fll?' ?(<00 do... (Ai HO 200 do aJ f>S aooo do ?a ho\ :?'.o do ..... b3 4n 4,'iC0 NY ("en 7 l(? i KO do....... . 4u\ 6' 00 do. kN 1"(K, |tt do bio 4?a. '.'k<> NJ Zuir t'?i 4i, 100 do b30 4A? l((HMi III C R Hid a ?;? 7<>\ 4.'?n lira "in/ It K *11 M ^ IfMIO OO.... blO nfi M do .a H??^ 11M00 to b?0 T1 '4 k Mlah Houtii RK 00 f,o<0 do ba 71 7i I'lnuit RR all 10^ lOtioli N Ir Trap Co. in V. 60 1U Orn ItR w7 l? ?AN\ (>o KR 1*4 '4 6 do *"*{ 60 do -04) 04 CimcUiimti hroc? tfatga *wi? Qror*rioi?. lir portr<l bp / O tkl.nt UllllH 1.1, 1 H64 ll?;i?f- ntain- anl lnllan* Railroad t'Mlk 4it? Cincinnati. Hamilton and I ay'.un Railroad ?tn.-4 70 DlffUnd, lolutnhua ao I I inclnnatl Railroad at..?k 101 (nlurobua ard Smu Kailroa <' atoek M ? inclnnatl, Wilmington aud /.anaavillr R R (lock. SS C ncli.nau aad ('h>-?Ko Kailroa't atoek IS a II Central Obi Kallroad ato> k M Covington aud Islington Railrtad (lark .'tO I'ayt. a and Weatarn Railroad atoek JS >jtt< n aod Kami I ton Railroad (lock 'JO > rt W >ii> aol Soulhcrn Railroad au* k .. ... 11 Cracnaille and Miatnl Railroad ?toea . IV linlal.oio and Cincinnati Railroad at .?k 'JA Indiana ( rntral Railroad atoek 40 In ! la >>? i> lu aod Cincinnati Railroad at?ck *0 |jttl? Miami Railroad (lock 00 Mud liner anO lake Krla Railroad atoek 34?? Marietta and < lacinnatl Railroad atorfc 'JO New AUanv aod HnJaru Railroad atojk JO (>liio nnd Ml??laat|ipl Kallr a<l atork tl a M I'arti nod lodtaaa|>olU Railroad ato< k JO ? I OW) lod'polla K Clo atl It K ?o 7 pr et div Ma 00 tl (X 0 ('<>?'? II At l*? oo R R (V loprrt. Iiu- Ma Ttl< $'J (HK1 O A Ml -a IlKl.i 7 pr ct J 1 roort -am bda (Vk Ik i?t Uiirkct atrady. Rrw lark Caltl* Markal. WiBiniur, Mart h 14, IIM Tli a markat haa baaa praltj ataady thruu(bo?\ Ika waak, tha ouaal>?r of nattia ollarinc batng ralliar faaar Ibao tba atork on band laat Moada;, but pciraa oooUaao Arm A lama proporliua of iba Mhio, IUIa<da, tad otbao Wvataia raltla, vaaof a fry tofanor daa< rlpUoo Ilka bk*l cjuallUaa of Saw Vork Htal* aold at from II 'jr to I'.'r par lb Vona law Iraaaaolioaa wara ruporM a* 1'JSC.. but lha fair a Tarawa li from *W> Vo Vie Thar* waa a dllfr.'aan* of oplnloa about tba aiaet aaakbar a# ra'lla ta tha yard . bolfl .AOU, ara abould jad(*. ia abaak 11' a mark Uotll tba Hull'i Haad I* brought uadar acaaa aoit of muairipaJ aontrol apaeulatara aad yard kaapan Ibara will f'?a tba raportar* nu InforataUoa ka tbli raapact tbaj ran poaalbl/ kaap back. Tha poMta lataraaU bar* auffarad too loac alrvadj from thli apaotao of m?Dop4>l/, and tha oolj woodar la that tb? about to ba lubmlttad to tha Common ' ouo ll, with a vlaw to tba corracttoaaf tba akaaa, baa aot t* ?-n thoufbt of bafora ? I'rvra IWaf cattla, aktra quality, |?r Itfilka. ... $11 00 a 17 W ?? KO?x1 quality : . 10 (10 a 10 M ?? rommon A 00 a 0 00 " lafarlor ?0 AM Cowa, aitra 60 00 a TO M ?' iawl 40 00 a M M " ordinal t 80 00 a to 0# hbaap, aitra A0#a *00 lamba 3 SO a 4M Hmna ka ? at hbovmnu'*. it RroanlBg'a tha market doaa not aihlb't much rbaa?a from laat ?a?k, with tha a ? caption af a alight '"Bant IB abfap baaraa $A OOalll M |h? aitra ? a It M 'It cows and calvaa Arat quality ? a M MO I Hi do |o?d 30 00a W 00 Hi aaal ralrai (lira wai(lit) 4',a T 'J! 04. at cap aad lamba? abaap . 3 hOa ? 00 -Umba 'J 0<ia ? (I* I'athapa tt a moat corract critarloo of tba markat far a' cap la tha following loamoiandum of aalaa by Mr Mr draw ? Mialiacp at ?200 00 'i abaap at ... 17 "0 32 no 1VH no 'JO do Tn 00 H C.O -A UO V> do TO 00 40 do 160 00 W do 00 00 3 c.o H 7k 0 da 44 00 A do 81 00 l? do ?? 01 20 do 70 00 14 do Ml kO t3 do. W0 00 4* do |k| U it do 180 00 tt do 110 M 0 do 4'J ?t Hi do U0 M l& aary aitra wara aold by I' <1 Nail, of Saw J araay, to Jokn Varl Ji I o., at 13 canta pat lb - aacb a'vraffiag ab<'ut U0 Ibm Mr. McCarthy report- th? maikat Im pro? nir Tba fallowing la a m?moraadua ol b ? ?al<M ? 99 a baap at ?''4A ;.(! (III. raj, at |M f| IM ?'o 001 T# 44J HO I. MO tt 4- do 200 10 In.'i do ...... V.4 (JO AH do 1.1 00 117 do .. ^10 44 46 <?. I AO U4 HI HO 10 loaf cattla. .." ll'klkll'JM H7 cowa aad calaaa . U"! (a* a CO 00 66 aaal raltra, (l!?a wrigbti A 00 0 T 00 o mt a 7 oo ?i ko a ? oo 2,700 .baap aad la ml.., | ' '.14 Uarao * 'w a 110 0* 7a cowa aaA calaaa . .. . 2 . 00 a 4t< 00 M vtola, (Mm walght) . 6 Ma ? ko I4JC4 I'lTI LkrtON. .Vkrcy laj "*|" Cain i I ?l ?i iMmlt. I'ppar I'ulla Haa ! 1 in 30 4i I V?0 I 'awmag a . .1(1 OT U k^TOO ? 1 aaibarlaia a 2Hl f,i 2,k44 O I'naa a .tit 7A IM Total 2,400 ??! 4 191 7,700 (IT) TIUIIK IIKItbltT. Fllliit M.fl. 1A~? r* M Aom ? Tb* ntrktl ??? uttttgiH Ifc.tb aorta wm* ?? ?' 24. I ? f 1 1 am rr? - f lo II r i>fasi< o fra-laa vara h In U pur-baaa ?t /ctariUf ? ra'*a, bat lb* market faaaa **T ? a* iB*'M?a ; (i? >aiaa rill bra- an] 'I IAH a 1 l*?i bbU raai nx.n V> rh/.lra r*ia'a it |? *7 * I ' .17 thili Wvlirg nU ? par>o?lj *' alii prra T'.t* v?. ? fair <?arn*i>4 fa* N'.UitrD "I'll at about \IWtbk tl ata?< l<a |W it fur nmaaa t>. f**l biaula, an ! I i U a II i 71 foa ttnrj to aatra 7>ia >al? arnbrfart about t <*A bbia < ai.a^iaa ilut; | alO al ?' ?7 a 110 V0 Kilia l?aai< Oanr *? vara uact>aaf*<t Wb**l? Tfc? I. *h ralaa af brllrr. ? taefcaO Iran ar'i aa* f'trri va la * irtlN Tha aai*- aara lifbt. an : vara rhlafljr xniflaal to I MO In b ? la ri. I a ?--1 lu at or* at M? an I a r? ala <?f 7 '**> bs laU Jar ?r jallnv, at ?7r K;? eta lull at II V. a II ?7 l'*rl?j ai?1 cat* vaja alao dull, aixl la?a a*J*aMa at lMm? rata < orru Tba mark at lai f.rm T\a M(b p'a'ana iia* nf hoMar* rharkart ti aaaartu na l? K<> for vhltA 1 1 \? ?a? a#aa! of (air quilit/ about " ) t'? inata J a * a vat* a<.|<1 at |lt{ *a>, I awl ?** nufcl lat n. pari a <1 r> *tl t y at 14 I art ??? ? Tb* ?a>?* 1c t tfca 4* J fw t?I about !,'*? ba.aa Ttia markat i baal at aa a'lao-t 'ka ra ea M r.f ll>? f< i?ifB aava tl y a f' lb f anuifT* Mliip)ati vrr* atillif lb* raampt ->f Uka A'nraa lattara, a? 1 brna arrar f-n.aaf* vara ??*f l,?kt *n4 raUa aamrflial torn Ml T liaarpoaj, "X.VI boira ta> r> v*?* ?*fa?a-t at I U. u v aa ?'>m aai at tl a 1 1M aai (rm a '<t l?*r "ffanaf T)>?ra * aa n tblair vav to l>uVn aa 1 llarr* T < Aa* traiaa, UM Wklrlvlad aaai y fall. a?l va? imaf i it ?' .lumbar *w at |M a |M T>. Caljf'imia tbara v?? a<. '.ar.jfi la ja tat '.?? T A at arrp. UKj baUa ?r f tv.a vara aar*(T*^ at !?' it Abut V> J bataa !rj raia.aa vara ao 1 at li 44 *?4 *A v. :ai ? r ? at |. 70 II ? * ? TVa nartrt vn l,aa*^ v 'h *al*a aboat ( 4 a M <i I aaa at ?<>? > > < la < - TVa aaiaa o' Hr-.trh (? * ar>.'>aa'~t U ilnat 71 a HJb loa* at |V, * | l H< iaa ha ?? of ?b??t 4'*/ a 4'<4 hbia vara mate ? . N < - at Pr'.aai Tlka aarkat vw ( ? at vlUaait^a la ^rl pa* <1i? ? Thar* vaa a?U> ?.? aa V a vbta or ijara l>? ??a<t rtk(<i frttm ?V t 'j? I'ai'Mclf - far* T' ? aalaa a?l?ru?) ikn< 1? a '?"/ l?rrria <.14 naaaa at |)4 vttb aaiiaa W<* ? Inft* b ?bar At tfct llM Urra vara a* aa >r? |||?l |i< tl ? aa n?ri vaa *? |1* ( ?t awata vara *ta*4^, Vaaa* ? ?a tl ?< *?s* 4*4 itnal <4 la 4?'kMi a^>at??ra vara a?.. I tl 7a ha#' naiaa af 4</ hail* ? * aa'.aaa r'M tan " *44 * i' (ir-nta Urma aa4 "I 'atwi ?aff rli'?ia aatra 'Vaac fa^trlM M ba>a? vara aata at I'.O r>. v b ?' b< vii ?* *itrvaaa ? "a-?a >taH ?r? at ? ,r a",' I *N vaa it'kr> ''a?, W barn4l prtaaa vara ar<44 at ?',f ta4 ? Mill Kaal ?#rar? ? <r?a i?,< nvaar ? i''jr a?<>a4 a'raat aa4 f fbtb aaasa* 'Jl 1 1 'A |? I Aa t/.'ua a( I4il<?, I A, 114 1 Aa <a,Vrl"? I ?'?'* ^ ?a 4? *?1? |J. Maarb I 4r, *>. il% ?? ?< ? IV?.?.'ra lUaaa an/*, bot aa Italivir a?af 'aa'? Mal*-? 11 171. Aa 4r> .-a I ait; ?'t Anal aaa- ?? alb aiaaaa ?4il?. IbJM. 4a 4a na fartf vraal* rt-aat aaa# Baiaatt ?ran* iftil'A. I'. >44 4a if. m NiaU araaaaa aaa# ? rtf f'tfc t'r?- ??l'? I *' * <>? h? tie' at* ftraat aaar Taatb ??aa*?? X4 1 1 Wi I 'A , I1.. s?"t ?" 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