Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 24, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 24, 1855 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 6784. MORNING EDITION-SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1855. PRICE TWO CENTS. IMPROVEMENTS III THE CITT. V nilwll Garden? Ita Rise and Foil-New Buildings on Its Site. Workman irt now busily employed in tawing down Vauxhall Gardes ? It* history ti ended. rerhapa there ia no one plaee in the city of New York that ia better known to Its inhabitant!, or tbat baa bad a longir or more varied history, than Vauxhall Garden. It datea back to tbe Knickerbocker*, before the Van Twillira and Stuyvesanta bad pasted off the stage, and eomei with ita changing fortune* down to the present time. The ground upon which Vanxhall Garden waa originally eitabliahed waa purcbaaed of one of the old aeitlera of the Netherlands by Jacob H perry, a florist, who emigrated to thia country in the year 1748, from Switzerland. The site then covered an area, extending three hundred feet on the Bowery, and tbe Name on Broadway, across from (treat to street. Mr. Sperry used thia property for the cultivation o flowers and hot houee p ante, which, in ita day, became celebrated. Thonaanda, who now live, remember the time when S? perry's garden waa the great reiort of bellea and beaux for the purchaae of their bouquets. Thia garden was, at this time, a leng walk out of town, the city, in 1T48, only containing some twelve thousand In habitants, and not built up beyond wheia the City Hall now stands. Such was the profit of this garden to Mr. Sperry that, in 1800, he was satisfied to retire from business, and bis grounds were at once put into the market. Thia waa the time when John Jacob Astor waa largely inveating in real estate, who, in 1803, purchased of Mr. Sperry his entire garden for tbe sum of ?9,000 sterling. At the time tbil property came into Mr. Astor's hands, an enterprising Frenchman, named Delacroix, obtained a twenty-one years lease upon the premise*, and at once ehristened the place Vauxhall Garden. Delacroix turned it into an ice cream caloon, and soon, under bia management, it grew into favor as a popular and fashionable resort. The trees, planted by the banda of Mr. Sperry, shaded its walks, and the flowers of hla cultivation sent to ita farthest limits their sweet and refreshing odors. A plain board fence surrounded the place, and on both Broadway and the Bowery were plaoea of entrance and exit. Monsieur Delacroix turned the broad end of the green house erected by Mr. Sperry towards the Bowery, and converted it into a drinking aaloon. Small boxes, or rather alcoves, were ranged round the entire garden, where interesting little parties were permitted to congregate by themselves, and In quiet enjoy their juleps, coblers, cream and jokea. Thia waa, ia the first years of the present century, more fashionable than Hoboken or Taylor's, at the present day. It waa tbe resort of the faahionable ? the young and old It bad no rival, no equal. The love sick swain, all eagemese to pleaae bis duleinea, in a dashing ride to Vauxhall, bad every opportunity to ply his arts for maid en's favor. Beneath the foliage of the garden, or re tired within its alcoves, the more bold grew eloquent upon the one all absorbing theme, while the more timid gradually approached a mutual confidence and under standing through the insinuating reading of tbe flowers that grew plentifully around. How many couples that ?till live remember Vauxhall Garden as the place where their first vows were made! It was an ordinary sight, of a summer's afternoon, to sue standing around Vauxhall for a mile distant, a solid phalanx of taddled steeds, carriages and baggies, with an urchin holding each rein uniiously waiting for his two shillings fee, when the owner of the '< turnout " ahould return Irom bia (easting within the garden. An evening at the garden was even more pleasant than dur ing the day. Along the walks were hung variegated lights, formed into stars, rerpents, suns and systems, hanging from tree tops and illuminating rose bushes, swinging amid lilac'* and the rose of sharon. On festi val days, to all these attractions of the garden were a4ded displays of fireworks, the only place of a similar exhibition in tbe city. fh? great day of tbe garden was eri the 4th of July. From morning till night Vauxhall was crowded on the 4th, at a charge of twenty-llv cents admiselon. We learn from an old gentleman wh acted occasionally iih one of tbe clerks for Mr. Delacroix that on a fourth of July evening, the receipts of th< plaoe were about $8,000, for many successive anniver tariet. lhe garden was capatln of holllog from flftee to twenty thousand people, and this number ofti'n as gambled within it* entrances. This wn Vauxhall gar den in ita first days. The city about Vauxhall at this period wa* unbuilt. ?Open fields stretched away to the river on either side. The city lay away oil to ware's the Bitiery. Tnis was em phatically among the hoys "up town," who waged a desperate war against tbe ''down-towoer?." Whenever the down town boys came up to g?t a plate of Dela ciolx CTetm, they were fortunate if the "up-towner*" did not send them home with a bruised head. Over upon what was called in tnese days "jailor's flnug Har bor Hill," which is now the corner of Broadway and Tenth street, the Vauxhall er up to *n boys erected their juvenile fortifications, an), provided with a large sup S'y of ston?s and slings, they awaited the oa s?'t of the own town phalanx. The strife here upon this bill would last sometime* from morning till night, and many on Both sides would retire from tbe field with black ejes and aching limbs. Both parties were in theie day* regularly organiied wl'.h their chieftains, colonels, captains, and lieutenant*, and carried on their battles with all tbe rules and regulations of regular warfare. Hundreds who read this will recollect the battle cry of the "up towneri" when the fight opened ? The white cockade and the peacock f>-ather; The np town boys will light forever; While tbe down town boys are in tfcelr pen, Sneaking out and meaking '?? There were no policemen in tboie primitive dayi to interrupt the tellfgerenta, an] their flghte were open, bold and blooly. Thin whs the condition of the city aroutd Vauxhall Garten in Us ttrat dar*. Delecroix made a fortune, and retired from the Garden in the year 18I9, before hia lease expired, lie wai suc ceeded by bia aon, but when tbe father left, tht prestige of hit name waa gone, and the Garden went into ita de cline. The aon was succeeded by tlie ton in law of Monaieur Delacroix, in 182ft, who waa also un?ucce?*ful. lie could male no monty, as his father in law bad The city by this time bad become more populated, and rival establishment* had Marled down town. Vauxball liad pawed lta palmy day*. The son in law poineiaed the place only a few yean, and in 1830, or about that time, it paaaed into the hands of Joseph Hoot. Within a few y?ar? before thia time, Mr. Pelacroii'n lraie had been renewed for twenty one years moie, and Lafayette place had b??n cut through parallel with Broadway and the Eoweiy. reducing the Garden to just bilf ita original siz^ Mr. Hunt continued the Garden in tbe same busi n tm carried on by M. Delacroix, but the attempt ta make it pay failed. It aaa now the reeort of a different claai from that whioh built it up. Tbe fashionable* had de serted it, and the democracy of society took it altogether to tliemielvea. To give it Fhew attraction anil an addi tional interest, a building was erected on one aide, (the same which haa been uaed in after yearn a* i stable and riding school) for a circus company from England In the year 1832 and '38, Cook k Co., trim England, came with a oompany of circus actors, but liia clowns, hi* dancing horses, and hit ground and lofty tumblers, could not call back again the former glory of Vauxhall. Tbe circus failed after a two years' trial, and merged into Tarlooa other companies strolling al<out tbs coun try. While la the poaseasir.n of Mr. Hunt, hia saloon burned down, and in the Ore periahed tbe aged mother in-law of Mr. Hunt. Upon the site of the old saloon, tbe ?aai building originally put up by Mr. 8 perry a* a Ereen bouse, Mr. Hunt erected a brick building, which as come down to the present time. It waa during tbe time of Hunt, or about lSU), ibat Gilley, a French man, made from Vanxball his balloon ascension, the first ascension of a balloon in Ameridh. This ascent la sill a day of dating from amoug tbe old residents of this section of the city. It wai a warm summer's day, ? nd Vauxhall waa crowded with eighteen thousand peo ple. What a contrast bet reen tbe appearance of such a company that day, and such a gathering to-day' Tne variations in faahions. dm* and general appearance' What a change, too, In tbe attraction* of a balloon as ?wnaioo, among the inba >itants of New York, between that >la? aad thia! Theu eighteen tboustad p-opie p.?id twenty five cents to enter Vauxtall Garden to see (iilley take hit flight to the cloud*, and now Mons. Golard can not. at Ilia tame price, gather more than two hundred within tbe Hippodrome, to see bun perform the same few'. In 1*4* Mr. Hunt, grtt ng tlre-l of hi* bofiaess, leased oi t bis premiaes to Bradford Jonee. in whose hands they h??e remained till within the last two years. Mr. Hunt hsd i "Oited to almost eeery measure to get up a new zrw lor Vauxb.'ill, but all t<> no purpose. H- had tn.el a oircuv Ice cream*, a balloon ascension, and among oilier things Ilarnum first figured here as a ? ln.wroan? l.nt all to do purpose. Ilarnjm here caimtD^d his carter <?>( humbug, wi'h Jack liia (rood the famous ?e^;o dancer. l!ui evanjiiruum fallidln Vauxbsll, and aftaf a few exhibitions o' ki* n< gro dancer, be hart to puck off to othsr ueigbl>o;liood*b I. was during Mr. Jones's time that tbe seornid twenty ? one tear* lease of Mr Aet?r expired, and tbs n*? pro prtefor rf tbe property wutd not renew tbi papers for a period beyond three years While Mr Jones was la po? a>?sii>n of Vaoshall, it gradually descended from low to lr w?r, from bad t? werse. till at last It b-cain? the head o.isrtera of politician* Ita gardeel hare tieen, la latter y-ars. frequented wllh elallers of the "Mo?e and Li*e" or< er, and r?ybeer always resorted there if he felt he annld "epiUT* If be "dMn'tgH In er mass " In the p essential campaign the Taylor parti*. as held the?r irs? meetings in V aaxhall. and for years pa?t poltt ciaas nn-* rowdies hare taksa to themselves the placa that was once the resort of the besuty, the lovely, and toe faah lonaMe of (he rlty. Thi* is the end of VaaxhtU Gardea. In it fortanes hare b<eo made, an4fortnnee ha*eh*en Hat. Had* Ilea bee been ta a ratieeoeel with tbe pregreeeof the city. It haa had It* day end ww extate la amnory and his tory Its tuildlag* are now mollebed. and upon its aite era <e be ereMed aaw belMiag* te saswer (bade warn s nt trade 1h?a pasees away the rel cs of othsr 4ay*. THE ENLISTBEHT FOR FOR Eld* SERVICE. The United OUtM District Attorney's Infrac tions to BUrtlul HlUyer. The following la a copy of tbe United States DUtrlot Attorney 'a letter to the Marshal reapectlng th meat in New York for the Crimes Socman District or N?w Vork, ) U. 8 District Attornxy'h Owes, March 23, 1855. ) tip? From tlie newspapers, doling the laat few days, and from other aourcen. I am inclined to believe thnt persona In thia city are engaged In recruiting men and shipping them 1o some place out of the jurisdiction of the United States, with the intsnt, there, to be formed ib to regiments to aerve in the present war ef Kranoe England and their > llisa, against Ruaala. The United States are happilrat peace with sll the na tions of the world. The continuance of peace to our country depends upon the atridt enfor:ement of our neutrality laws to the fulleat extent. Thla duty we owe to ourselves and to sll nations with whom we are in amity. 1 beg, therefore, to call your attention to the second aection of the neutrality act of 1818, which pro vides that? . "If any person shall, within the territory or juris diction ot tre L ulled states, enlist or enter himself, or h re or retain another person to enlist or enter himself, or to go bejond the limits or jurisdiction of the United States with intent to be enllateil or entered In the service of ary foreign prince, State, colony, district, or people, ai. a soldier, a mariner, or seaman on board of any Tea sel of war, lettar of mark, or privateer, every person no oilending shall be diemed guilty of a high misdemeanor, and be fined not exceeding one thousand dollars and im prisoned rot exceed'ng three years." I wish yon to use auch means as may be at your com mard to prevent any violation ?f the laws of the United fctates which are passed to preserve our neutrality. 1 will cheerfully co operate with you In auch mea sures as jou may adopt to prevent the infraction of this important safeguard to our national peace and prosperity. I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your most obedient servant, JOHN McKEON. U. 8. Diet Att'y. To A. T. Hiliykk, Em?., U. 8. Marshall, Now York. Description or the British Shipping Office for the Crime*. WILLIAM L. M ABCT TO BK APPLIED TO? A KEPORTER'9 PUB SUIT OF KNOWLEDGE UNDER DIFFICULTIES. The account pubhahed in yesterday's Herald of tho head quarters of the British army in the United Siatee, produced no little excitement, and during the day the place in question was visited by crowds of curious people, who were desirous of seeing and learning aU they could about this singular establishment. We understand that the authorities have already taken action in this matter, and Mr. John McKeon, the United States District Attor ney, has aent on to the Cabinet In Waahington, to know what ate pa it is adviaable for him to take, In fru at rating the efforts of the English government to raise recruits for tbeir army in the Cilmea. Meanwhile he haa ordere-l the United States Marshal to give the parties engaged In this service notice that tney will be dealt with accoid '"our reporter yesterday visited the offlce of Mr. Angua McDonald, whose advertisement, inviting unemployed workmen to euter the British legion, we pulished yester day. On arriving at the place designated, No 38 Pearl street, hef jund it to be an old ahd di'apldated building, apparently a tenant houae, sadly out of repair. There waa no announcement cutaide that this was the great ahlpping agency, by which the English government sent resruita to the Crimea, but on entering the hall door to the right might be aeen a door and on It a P?P?i with tfle name of Angus McDonald written in ink. The inside of the room was anything but inviting? there was no Are, and, as the window panes were broken in several places the air blew in raw and cold. The walls were roush'and the floor dirty; laceed. the whole concern had a moat uncomfortable and cheerleaa aapect. The furniture consisted of a pine table and four wooden chuira. On t ntering the room, tho Reporter found a young man walking around the apartment I riskly, and blowing on his linger* to keep them warm. I he follow ing conversat on enmed:? llKHoRTUt? is this the place where recruita are booked for the English army 1 Jju>? W> book ttose who wiah to ge to Canada to join there. Mr. McDonald Is not in, or he could tell mure about it. ... Ripoktxr? Haa auy been sent yet ? Lad? We have, so lar, been unable to procure a ablp, but we can get as mauy aa we wiah to go. Owing to the publication in the HkraLU, 1 bfltave this place will be oloaed to morrow, aa the United States Listrict Attorney will be likely lo put a stop to it The R? porter iifterwarda succeeded in finding Mr. Mc Donald, with whom he had the following conversation ? Hwohtkr? Mr. Bennett deaired me to c?U on you, to inquUe an to jovr ?ucceea in enrolling men for the Bri liah aertice ? . . . . , Mr. Mellon ald (mautfeatlng great uneasiness and look ing quite fierce)- It U Mr Bennett that be had better mind bis own business and let me attend te mine; you gave my aavertl.-ement a notoriety 1 did not want It to "kkportkh? Mr. Bennett did not wish to do you any barn. Tbia la a subject of great public interest and he wants to publish all the facta it la possible to get. Mr McDonald (somewhat mollified)? Well, I have call ed to-day on Mr. McKeon, and I understand that he has sent on t< Wm. L. Marcy, Secretary of State asking his advice as to the legality of my coarse in sending recruita to Canada. Until lurtner advised I ahalJ close my oftice and receive no more name*. Rm-RTMt ? Have \ou aeut many to Canada r Mr Mcl onald ? June an v*t, aa I could not procure * abipto trannpoit th?m. Then, are, however, plenty to be had. It ia not true aa was atated in your paper or to day, that the English government haa emissaries In tV.ia city auperin tending the formation of compuniea for the war I am a reaident in thli city for fourteen years, and set solely on my own authority. Tbe reporter next visited the recruiting offlce No. Ml Chi them street. He found the room crowded with Ge? mens, and the whole place redoitnt of tobacco amok e and lager bier, lbe ?agent" wlthwbomheh^l been conversing tbe day before proved to be tne landtord ot the houae, aa he wsa behind the bar dealing out bier. On seeing the reporter, be assumed a belligerant atti tude, and exclaimed, with a marked German ?????*. "So yim tink mine place ia dirty eh? \ou don t like the pictures on the walla You are a pret'v fellow, fcc. lbe Rwortkk (who la a mild, inoffensive your, g man, of a remarkably sweet and amiable disposition)? My friend, I hav* come here on your invitation to get that hand bill of the Lieutenant Governor of Canada, offering termn to those who would join the British army. Will you let ""(iKKMAi!1 (bellicotely).-No, I will not. Ton have spoilt my business of <-nll.ting men I hj ve given it up allogtther. 1 will tell you nothing. M n* ahop i? aa giod aa :.ny other in the cltjr He continued in this strain for aome time, but the r* porter did not feel juatlfied ia di*c?eelngthe merits of the establishment, as it wa? purely a question of taste. ?There was a rumor afloat yesterday that Indirect means are being used to enlist men for the E"g"?h ermlsf. It is said that advertisements are Inserted n the dally papera, offering te employ laborers <>n certain canals and !-oal mines fo Canada, and that when men .r>t,lv thev are asked to Jo'n the Brltiah legion, now forming in Nova Scotia. Tbl? rumor U further strength ened by the fact that several merchants In this city have been applied to, to furnish vessels to transport a large bod, oi men to Halifax forth wlth-among others Mr Artl ur learv; but be refused, as he was -om?what doubtful of t L enterprise. Meanwhile we hV[*^co,,1?t taticg that . omp.niea are being formed in ltestoo, I hi ladelpliia, and ofher T&U ?. aU very ^nt what will the Ru.eian Miniater aajj What win Mr M.r ry say T We pause for a reply. Meanwhile, who wants to go t" the Crlm?av .1 eraiy City Intclllgenrr. A T'xioa Mkktim) i> bik Kiic-t Ward A nweting wa* held at the Hud*on llrnio, in tirand "treev, la*t evening, pursuant to a notlre po*ted !n the *tr?-*t?, railing "A I'nlon meeting, without distinction of party, at thr Hudeon llouae, it 7 % o'clock, to nominate jood i.nd tiue men to fill the city and ward office*. to be "tip | ported at the election in April? men who will have toe lntert at* of the majority of the citizen* at haert, and who are In favor ol liberal tad Jndietou* law* '' Thin call wa? elgned ''Mao; Cituen* At the app' tated tlti.e *< me thirty or forty per*'>n? who were pc-eot or ganited tl>? meeting. Mr. J. W. Young waa appointed chairman, and Samuel 8. Ward, tacratar y. A o? mmlt tee of live waa then *electeil from thoea pre*ea? to make nomination* The committee con*i*t* of Thorn** W Mor>bou*e. Thorn** B. Decker, I-ewl* Angef, John H. Broe* ?od Jeremiah Mulfoid Thu committee having been it atructed to report to a meeting to be h>-H at the ?am* plara on Monday evening next, the aeaein blage a<'j?uiied. At aliout the time or the clo*? <A tbeee pro eeeoiag* the partia* who intealad to hare held the meeting *rrivrd. It waa then made knows that pre vious private meeting* of the "liberal*," a* they ara termed, who ?re In favor of a more liberal cen?truetion I of tl.e lire n e law*, had been held, and they had called lb* meeting, but other* not in their eonndenra had tiari acted en*lne*t ia their ?tead. i D.e meeting on Mend?r night will therefore probably I ba ii large and ?plrlted one a* thoae who cama ton lata la?t niiht will undeobte^ly be on hand early enough to partlc pale In the proceeding* from the 'uimnwoiieni cf tin ui Polit'eilly, th? cooipleil'ia of tb<e ndfl&atlng tommrtee *'*n<** three d?mo?rat* and tw? wlugi OM party line- hewover, are lo*t *Utt of in thia caavaaa, aad the quettlta at liana i* that of "Utenaa or ao Ucenre." Fot HTU W*?D Wnin Nom.nTloir" ? The whig* of the fourth ward mat at Wellwrod llall on Thtiraday even inf. In primary meeting, and nominated Sannel R. Tjr rell ard > titmel F Hoffman for Ali'erm -n. lUrvay M houle acd J. IS Nbenc.k for Choaen Irxbi lder*. and I arl B. SIppU for Ju>t ce of the Peace Tar Kxruwiow.? Ko fnitber deathi have hewn reported of thoae who were Injured at tbeeiplteioa at the Bra work* at Greenville, on W>dne?day. r oi mat - The itonucra'* of the Third ward bad their primaiy meeting on Wedaeeday eveaiag. aad aMniaatad 1 John H. low and *m I'earaail for A !? I - > ia ? n . Patrick Orilgan aad E Mop* lar ? linen r reek< Mera, aad Jewae I l latt, Jr., Joha Merle, Tt.o* 1' Jordan aad Ma M fX , luH far Jaat>ce? of Ike Peace. There waa we diatarl \ an . a, kat 'enaua. Court of Gtoneral ScMdonat Before Boa. Recorder Smith. KENTKN6K OF WILLIAM EIKBANK. March 22.? William Kissene, recently con rioted of forgery in the third degree, m brought up this morn ing for lentence. On being naked by the Clerk what he bad to aay why judgment abould not be pronounced against him according to law, the prisoner addressed the Court ax (ollowa : ? Hit it I'uukfix tux Court ? I ahal avail mjnelf of tin opportunity now clfered, (it being the laat I shall possl biy ever have,) to make a few remark*; and I wiah it distinctly understood that what I am about to aay is in no way whatever Intended by me as suing for mercy; on the contrary, I fe?l that I deserve any psnalty which thl Court may oeem proper 10 inilict. My Ufa, air, aa noma of the public prmte have aet forth, haa not been one con tinued succession of crime. Two years ago I was living with my family in Ohio, in pence, contentment and hap piness, known and respected by a large circle of ao<iu?in tances and friends, without one blot? one stain upon my name liut in an evil hour there came about my dwelling those who had blighted and blasted many a home before. 1 shall not enter into details of the wretch edness and desolation they have brought about me and mite, and which, air, have been tbe means of bringing me before jou this day, also, of sending my family pen niless, houseless and homeleaa, wanderers on the face of the eirtb, ashamed of the very name they bear? a name handed to me without a blemiah, aa untarnished aa the driven snow! May God forgive them? I never, never can! Aed yet, sir, it was my own fault. Kndowed with all the leelingn and senses of manhood, I abould have known that to have been breathed upon by them waa death; that tue verj atmosphere which surrounded them was poisonous as that which surrounds the upas tree. I abould have indignantly spurned them from me. as you would, sir, tho most loathaome reptile that crawls upon the face of the earth, lied I paused; had 1 pondered, I had not been bore. 1 must havo been in a dream, a sort of spell, when 1 permitted the ignui fatuui to lead me to destruction , and though I stand here charged with and convicted of irime, yet my heart tell* me, aud 1 feel and know it to be true, that I have no sympathy with it: that 1 have no fallow feeling or emotion in common with its perpetratois. Had I paused, had I pondered, vou sir, would have been spared the disagreeable duty which devolves u pon you this day ; and I can fancy no duly which is more irktometo an enlighented and humane Judge than that of ctnt igning a fellow creature to a living tomb. But the edicts ol the law must be tul&Ued. The consequences must fall on those who come, antagonistic to it; and cheerfully, gliidly . yes joyfully, would I go bene#, to wherever It may please you to consign me, did 1 but teel that 1 might yet live to retuin? regenerated, untarnish ed. That I could onca more take that pro ad station amongst family and friends which I then held. But alas! air, this cannot te, and tbe overwhelming con sciousness ot It millets more wretchedness anl miserv upon me, tlmn any penalty which the law can inilict. There is no escape from ona's feelings excepting through the porta la of the grave. 1 Could escape from the rail road cars at the risk of my lite, aa haa been gtvenin testimony, aud 1 could lay oui in the wild wood* night alter night, with no covering but the canopy of heaven, but there was one ever watchful compan'on could not avoid ? it was the constant prompting of the heart. W hat have jou been, what infamy and disgrace have you entailed on yourself? 1 could hear it in the leaves that rurftlad ovei my head. I could hear It In every sound that was borne upon the breeze. The whole world may forgive me, but I cannot forgive myself. I , bad hoped, sir, to have reached tome distant country uninown, wher? those who had known me could know I me no more- ? here 1 could have settled down among strangers, and once more have been a man among m?n. The ever present memory of the past, would have been a bright light to guide me In th? path of rectitude In all the future, and would have lliumlned the rock upon which I was cai-t away, l'rovidence lia- otherwise de crees, and 1 am here, but were 1 permitted to depart i this day, and whenever it shall please the powers that be, to permit me to depart, such shall be my course I | tru?-t a wiser and a better man. The Recorder then addressed the prisoner in the fol- j lowing t?rms: ? You have had a fair and full trial, and notwlthstand- ! ing the great xeal and abili y with which your counsel ha" defended vou you have leen convicted of an of- ) fence, tbe punishment for which must be confinement ( in the Mate prison. If there is one duty more painful than another, it is that of sentencing to such a penalty, 1 a peraon wbo has been accustomed to move in enllgtit ; ened circles of society There can be no act more pain lul tban that ol being compelled to blignt the prospects of a man with talents like jours. .Such talents, lu.teml of a corse, should be a basing, not only to the poeaes -or himse'.f, but to his friends; and an IntalUct like vcurs it voted to healthy pursuits, would have besn a bright and shining light instead of the wr?ck it now pre sents. To me this duty is painful Indeed, and I Hop* never to see such a spectacle again. Your early oourse in li'e was one or Industry and Integrity; but, since then your name haa become somewhat historical, but ?hat' historic ?1 reminiscence has been connected with crime, imd this witnin the space of two years. 1 wel remember that when the first accunation was brought aaain't vou, tte public, with one accord, would not believe that a man holding your position? that of a respectable and reputable merchant could be guilty of the olTence with which you were charged, lour own statements shew, at any rate, that >< u ?? re connected with crime, but at the sam? time tl ey breathe repentacce of the pa?t, and, consequently, hopes tor the luture Vou are yet youog-younB ei ough to redeem jour character* hen jou are released from pri on. I had intended to sentence jou for the loosest term that the law allows, but I have changed my views in this n spect In what you have stated tfcere wa- no bravado, such as Is often displayed by men brought up here for sentence. No person, unless be possessed some remnant of virtue, eouhl be capable o. making such remarks as yon have juat addressed to the court. If I err in mitigating your punishment, I have at least the sati-faction ol kuowing that I < rr on the side of mercy. The sentence of this court is that you be , confined in the Mate prison for the terra of two years and six mi.nths. 8KINSINO A MAN IM ?HOAI? DAT I.IOHT? TUB PIOHT IN* MRS AH AIM. I>aniei Williams was Indicted with tbe late William Pcole lor an assault with intent to kill Nicholas llrinck erhofl on tbe 2"th of June last, at tbe foot of Amoi stnet. Poole, as the District Attorney statsd, ha* gon? ( to another bar to auswer for his miedeeds, ind Williams was therefore placed alone on trial. According to the j evidence tor the prosecution, It appears that Brincker- j hofl and George B. Taylor, two carmen, were engaged on j the a.'terncon of the 27tb of June in oarting straw from a baige then lying at the Amos street pier. While dnv ing Ircm the pier, BrinekerbofT heard bis compauioa caU log, and on returning was immediately attacked by J oole and Williams, who, with their knives, cot his coat f and carman's frock to pieces and so severely wounied j h'm in the arm that be was laid up ftr a week, and to I this day tee-l* the e facts of the injury. Tbe outrage wss tin provoked, and the complainant produced In court j the remnants of the coat and frock be wore on tho occa- | ?ion, cut up aud stained with blood. For the defence witnesses were produced to show that the whole artair I was a frolic, and that the complainant had otlered to | lettle lor ?V5. This w??, however, distinctly denied by BrinckerbolT, who l? apparently a highly respectable man Wlttess?s wer? also produced to prove that Wil lisms was a maa of peaceable character. \erJlct? Guilty of assault and battery. Mr. Rus.ell, counsel for tbe prisoner, moved to see Let. 4 ju'lgni'Siit, that be might put In affidavit* to *ataa. 1 itsh the good character ol bis client, and to show tb?? | fir ?ar D< t what l? gent-rail y >?own aa a lightug imd. Tba Vt t order mo tbut the wbola affair waa on* of th? gr<-at??t < utragea be had aret heard of. A ranpertahla man. poarrali'i? oc<-upie<j In bla buain***, waa aa>ail<dl/y KiiDKn wounded at).: bail hla c'oihaa torn If m hi? back; ar?d in lefenr ? o( tl>a act It ia n?t up that it waa i1cm in a frolic. .-ur.b froliea are of a character tl at r.othiag can juati'r The Recorder thou 7 la the jury riRCit Is tbe r r<-r".ir1 tbe men, perbepn, did not lll< td to ' ? an/ (tdily hum. bat tbey evince.; a rack U ot tha ?trlini* "f o'ti era wiileb inuit ba puniabe.1 Nothing bat atrnng extmplaa ran purge tbla elty af auch outrage*. It w?? tbe duty of erary one to aid I* the work and he ( tbe H- ' Opier ) waa determined to uae alltba fowera groi n film town ?1? a> roinp'jarung nucb an object, becouaral war allowed nntil the ?rat Fntlay of next term to prod'ita afiidaTita, wbi'b m?y, parliapa, gi*? Mima giotiD" ? f?r the mitlption of bla pnnUhment. L'nleaa tbla la diae, Mr Wll> ama w n, ao doubt, r'tcalee aueh a le?ot> ?? will eCectoally cure bin of hi* frolleaema dU foaitiaa. HT4NWIX niLI. THAfJKDT? I* DICTIHWT nUHIWTKD. I La ??raad Juiy cam iat? <.'auri about four o'cteek I' M., and preferred an InJietmeat agaiaat ? >?-hl per ? ? n? ?? lerally a> principal and acceaaorioa beore tba liet, ia tba muidi r of W ilham lYola. No Indictment baa ? 1 jrt been pieteired agakfl tha acceaaoile* after tha (act. tut tbia will ba dovi at Uia ne\t tarm of the See ?i*?a Tka (aUowmg la tba fans of tba lu-iictmaat aliia* y piee?ate?J ? Citf a nil Cm ?.'y '/ .Via Vork, n ?Tba juror* of tha (eopie if tl.e Mtate of M?? 1Mb, la aad for tna body of the city and rounty of New Yotk, a pea tbair oath, pro rant ? That La?l? Baker, late o' the Eighth ward of tba city r.f New York, is tba eountjr af Now Vork, aforotaVV, Jamie Tuieer, Orneliue Ijaa, char lea Van I'alt. John II J lor, Joha Mmrleaey Jamaa Irrta aad I'atrlrk Mr l^ughlia.oa tliatweaty Sltb day of Kabroary, In taa y?ar of our I ord <?na th&waaad eight hondrwd and Hftj Bra, at the ward, city aad aonaty aforaMld with forea aad aim* la and upon the body of on* William l-wila, In Ike poara of the ptapla of tba Htate of Naa York, tfcea aid thrre heio*, wllfnlly, feloalonaly, a?l af tbeir mallro a(oT< thot (l.t did make t u*aaaa alt aad that t ho ?atd La vi a liaker a rortala piatal tbaa anl there loata-l mdaharrid w tli <i.aj*iw.;#r and oao laadoa ballot which plutol 10 loa l>'d *nd > hargad. he. tba aaUl laiwU I'akir. In hia liaad then ?ad thara bad aad 1 eld to, aga nat and upon tha a*M Wll llam looia, then ai-d thara oiHoHy, faloa' oaaty, ?Bd of M* r aiiee a'crathoogfct, dMahont aad dia ? b?rfa, a id that tha aaid lewla ha?er, wMh tha laal*a ??>te? alatwaattf, cat af the pta*?t a?V>roett< t< o? aad hy ?orra af tha| aap??4. ah"* aa<* lla tarfM aa 1 ????* tbe al?r?aa?d to ..! ??> , oa?e i> ar. ' if < o tka I \ 1 1 Or #f tM ?.?*!? af hi? VU .14 . j . ? tWo and there wilfully, felonloualy, and of kin malice ?for? thought, did *trike, penetrate and wound, giving to the raid William Poole, then and there, with the leadea b?T let aforeaaid, ?o an uforeaatd ahot, dlachargwd amd eent forth out of the plitol aforeaaid by the aaid l?wta Baker In aad mpon the left aide of the cheat of hlra, the aaid ! William Poole, ooe mortal wound, of the depth at all idebee a?d of the brvadtta of half an Inch, of wliwh aaid aortal wound he, the xafal WUIbim l'oole, from the aaid 26th day of February, >a the year aforeaaid, untlr the 8tV day of March thenee neat earning, In the aameywar, at the ward, city and county afo?e*ald, JM lengwub, and languiahlng did live: on which aaid 8thday of March, In the year ?foreaald, the ?ald William Poole, at the ward, city a?d county afonr aaid, of the aiortal wownd aforeaaid, died. An<T that the aforeaaid .lamea Turner, Corweltu* Unn, Charier Van Pelt, John Hyler, John Morrtoaoy, Jarnee Irvln and Patrick Mclaughlin then and there felouieuily, wilfully, and of their malice aforethought, wore pre rent, aidlDf, helping, abetting and comforting, aaalMIng and maintaining the aaid Lewi* Baker i? the fe'ony sol murder aforeaaid, in uinnner and form a'ereaaid, to do and commit. And no the jurora aforeaaiid, upon their oathi aforeaaid, do aay that the aaid l*wia Baker, Jamea Turner, Cornellua Unn, Cberle* V* Pelt, John Hrler, John llorriaaey. Jamea Irvia and Partrlck Mclaughlin, liim, the aaid William Poole, then *nd there, in manner and form aforeaaid, feloniously, wilfully, and' of their malice aforethought, did kill and murder, againat the form of tba atatnte in auch caae made and provided, and agalnat the peace of the people of the State of New York and their dignity. There are nine other counti, ea<-h in turn chargfeg the ?arloua paitieaaa principal* and ihe remainder aa accea aonea, varying alfo by nubHtttutbig "revolver" for pi* - tol and "ball" for bullet. The Grand Jury alao preferred an indictment against Joreph Hall for the murder of William O'Brien, on the lat oay of January laat . . . _ No preaentment bain*; made by the i.raml Jury, they were then diachar^ed witto the thanks of the Court for their attention to the public service. NEW KITE OK OOtfBT. The connael for defendaata in indictment* to be tried at th? April term of the Court of Heaelona, will pleaae fix. before the 30th inat , at the o>ca of the Ihatrict Attorney, the day a of trial. If not ao fixed, tho IMatrict Attorney will act, in regard ta daya of trial, aa tho clr cunmtencea of each caae may, in hia judgment, demand, and the bail in the cate* of Indictment wherein the de fendant neglect a to appear will be forthwith forfeited. A calendar of indictment** now found and to bo tried in upon the aotle* board of thia Court In the Seealona build ln~ By order of the Court, *' HENRY VA5DERV00RT, Clerk. The Court then adjouined. About OyeCere. MAYOR WOOD KNKORCINO TlIK ORDINANCE AOA1NHT TRANSPLANT I NO 0Y8TEHS BITROttt THE HUEMKR MONTHS. The Committee on Public nealth of the Hoard of Councilman, oonalating of Councilman Ranney, Cooper, Blevin, Smith and Couenhoven, met yeaterday at 4 P.M , In the Council Chamber, to liaten to argumeota pro and con on the aubject of repealing the following ordinance. No peraon shall I bring Into the eity of New ^ i>rk, or hare In hie or her poaaeaalon In the aaid city, any oy? tera, between the flrat day of May aad the drat day of Beptember, In any year, under the penalty of flee , * for any quantity not exceeding one hundred, awl the further pSnalty of two dollara lor every adcitional hun dred. Mr. John Bullock appeared before the committee and stated that the above ordinance waa pa*?ed in 1880, when the buaineaa of tranaplanting oya tera waa hardly known, aince then It haa (town to be of great importance, and over a million dollara worth of oyatera, all of them transplant ed, are now aold in the eity during the aummer month* Heretofore the erdlntnee ha? been a dead letter, no re sard whatever belDg paid to It, but now Mayor Wood haa signified hia inUn'ion of enforcing the law, be the c?n aeij uencea what they may. Thia determination on the part of bia Honor, haa produced quite a panic among ihe oyateimen, and tbey are fearful of engaging In the transplanting of ojat. r* to our water*. aa they might aufler great pecuniary loaa tlnreby, and boata are uow ljing idle that would otherwiae be engaged in the trade. Mr Bullock atateu that oyatera are unhealthy only ?Hen ai awnlag, but he dented that they apnea for the ftrit j?*a r alter tbey are transplant*'! ThU down not oc cur until the aecond year, and in ?om? water they never spawn at all. Ihe Itincea Bay and Chincaroraa are of thia kind, aad to tlila circuniatance mty be anertbed their fatneaa and flavor. Acclimation, If the term may be used, la aa neceaaary for an oyater aa a plant. In aoine watera and en some aolla, oyatera apnwn readily, on cthera not at all Tba oyatermen are unaalmoua In de manding a repeal of the ordinance. The following la their petition to the Common Council:? lie undersigned, intereated in the oyater irnde ol thia citv reape<-t'ully petition for a modification of the oe?ll nance which prohibiU the aale of oyatera Jurinj the* of May, June, July and Anguat. At the time ..aid law waa paaaed there waa little or no tranaplant irif of oyatera; at preaent, the tranaporUtion of oyatera fr?.m V.rgiaia aad otner watera la a large buaineaa, the oyatera co uanaplanwd do not apawn the firat year, and are aa healthy aa thoae grown h?re and marketed during the winter montha. 1h* Mayor having announced hia In'entiou of enforcing the law, your m. morialNte ,#ti tion that the law may be ao modified aa lo excluda only from aale, during thote montha, auch oyatera the aale and uae of which would be detrlmenta to the public hfitith JOHN Blhl ^'11, , hra,ul JOHN J. BtfATOER, DAN 'I. KAHL>:. The oommittee adjourned to meet again next week, a hen the matter will be again up for conalderation. The Operatic War. KOt'HTH DISTRICT COURT. Before Juatlce Van tJott . Mar< it 23.? Aiayadm and wift agt. OU Hull ? In thia raae, which waa tried on Thuraday alUrno..o, Mr. Uulke lev counael for Ole Bull, at once took an appeal to the loueiof Common 1 leaa froiu the judgment rendered agalnit hl?. Ole Hull'n Pennaylwanl* tolaiiy. TO THK EDITOR ?)!? TIIK HERALD. Will you permit me a amall apace in your columna te inaert a letter received by Mr. Ole Bull from Mr. k.llla, cue ?f the firat lawyer* in Pennaylvaola, and the attor ney for the co'oniata In the aettlement of matter* be twern them and Mr. Ole Ball. I wlah to add no com ment, except to atate that Mr Bull uoea not know of my intuition to publiah It, the letter having been handed to rue by h.m, with aeveral other papera. I requeat the , publication out ol juftloe to my client, and becauae I have repeateoly, aln. e the publication of Maretrek a tot ter on .Mature ay laat, inquired of whether Mr. Hall wan (an Mar?*t*ek ba'i iaainuat#d; denounced by n ? coaai rjm< n at the colooyk f ? Wfcfl OOCPMVPORT, Pa.. March !W, 1H.'?A. On BrtX, fnq i My Hear Hir? I ba?e ?otli?d, with dtep regret, the dtaaatera attending the Aeademv of Muaic 1 have aeen yeur atatement in the Ilraai.ii of tha lhih ln?t., aid. netwltbatanrtlng Maretaea a eounter atatament, I think 1 but expreaa to you t lie ananimoue leeiing ?f the people here, when I tell you that your atateoient la raweived with entire rr^lanre. and the ayui paihie* of thia whale comnnomty are with you. Aa to tie fimi about your Wnoaylvania colony, you may be aure that no people were aver more folly convinced or ?cur philanthropic Intention* tewarda y?.uroountry men, .ind of yonr entire hooor In everything which related U< that >iUaatreu* jwlartaklng, thin the people of Potter couBty and if Max Maretiet haa any cuflo.ity to know whether the peepte here regard yon with favor, tot mm cme here and aay aught againat you in relation to i the a It air- of the seiony, aixl my word for it, he would no lonier lie in any doubt aa to the reapect entertained for ,on whatever be might tbiek of the want of gentility or our' moontat?eera toward* himaelf. I tmat that you may be ao dl*e?berrw?ae* that at aeme future parlod r,< t far rem-?ta, you may And it agreeable to rome aad ?pexd a few quiet week* among y??er old friend* here, and 1 beg yon to believe me when 1 aaaure you >h*t no people OB the face of tka eerth would give yo? a more hearty we?n*. With a*.arance of my continued regard and deep *ym pathy in your mlafo^une. be I *ve me T,r7lr?[J' j*"' Ivui, ?t., c- w Brooklyn City lnUlll??nr*. T*b J'ijc ki>*ki> I jgi o* I)t I|<|? - A tifor'jfK <m alaught la t?iB( ?*>)? upoa '.!?? uaitaaaaod It' urn daalara of tlua r.tlj and all wbo v> dat?cl?l id IU? ilia gal t raffle an! draught balara tha eonrta, ara a???r*ljr \ <J<alt with. Jtidga Culvar, of tlx City Court. j??t*r!a/ tha following [>>r oiia, who warn roBTtctad durlag tha j raaaat latm ? fbarlaa loglK %IU fin* /*?) ?? Ion I ? .arnao, lib floa II Wrada, I'iA baa I'h.lip Hurt", |.A flea and daja inipra bm'n' ChatWa -u?i??ortta, | I'.fl fna Jaiwaa Doffy, tm floa- Joha Mtilar fioa | K< t?rt I oaeb, 110 flna ; Tbomaa Mcf aflr?y, ? tn? fcmiot ? CxxauM Aiiimii ? Yaat?r<lar ? flwrnooB ? bciaa alU:h#<l to a ivairia*a a wbwb w?r? Jadga <i R JobtnD aa<) F J Nodlaa. baraaa fri|hUt?) m l ran > oft 4owa tultaaaaaBua Tba table:* aim id ooatart witb a traa trar tba Ot) Hutrl, aa4 au <laab?l Vo j .acaa Tba lamatea vara tbrcwa ay n lha aloao ; D.aat, aad Mr. Vo.lia? waa aarlauaiy lajara* Ita *aa ' ronaajad to a aalghborlaff drag atera for U-?tn??Bl Tba butta aaataiDad by Mr. JbUaaca araot a eomparatlTaly ?i.gbt fbaractwr. T ar Pour* i* f i '*??*? ? Owtaf to mm* WormlK; la tbafa?t of ??>""' ?tloa, tba Kf-alan p llr?, th?y baaa B?t baaa abi? ??kla a IMr f*j frotn lha tt\j for , tba |*at tbrra B?iaUl. Haaa baa* ralaad m a*y n tbalr bllta at a rwiama diaaatwai, and ?aaa ba?a bawn i*.!oea<! to attflarng for tba a*o?aaa r.aa of bfa ')o j Tbaraday a Tblrtaaatk aaH nMrm r bad a duaUvaa war raat ?ar?ad oa klaa to aaaeaaU tb?- j r*wi aaa ba aoea ! pled, for BoapajBaaat OMfaaiy Mr Piarm An abb, oaa of tba old awl labiM'aata of |w.a?-B ?Mat bia laaMaaea la tbat ntj -o tba Hat loat , at tha adraaaal awa of M yaara ita W1 baaw a tad to anaaa atiaat a panirtpaat la aaar ai BilB| ifim la Baatoa amaloaa la tba awnwa-at [ of tba war af tba la**Ntl>*. Hia Ma waa that -if a wlrw awtrr ah tab ba fntlavad aatll wltbla a law fwara IUa waa atbatatlaal hi Ita raM^aaa baMaf. m4, la aM?i I t'aaa, waa teaatad ai a ? awacb J*?M a* M*nal of b * 1 ?m? City IntflllfrnM. Thk Htkw*t HWKina.i iUcuiTW-rinuu"?'?'- Tiuai.. -Laat nigh* there ?u aa eiperlmeatal trial of the ?treat .weepii'g machlee. in the Hecood ward. HI* Honor Mayor Wood. Oemmlaalonor F.bling, Mr. Mott, Huperia tendeat of btre *te , and a number of the member* of both branchea ol Wie Common Common Ciuncll, wera pit .eat to wltne.a their performance., and pa.a julg ID. r,t an their meiU* or dement*. John .treet waa tlr.tlwwei*, and thou** tha block between Broadway and Naaiau waa appar.-atly cleaa, oyer and du?t were awept im'otha bo-aea, to be takeaaway. Thia ia a aatiafactory pit** tbat the charge! brought arata.t tbeee uMchlne.aJ to thalr Incapefty ? .weep dirt up clo.e nre untrue. We hern already 1 the*. maoblne* at AmanehrfM. ?'7 ?? ^ : ? gutter machine, and a atratgbtfo. ward inafbln. ,| for the middle of the itreet. Mayor Wood teemed with their operation, bnt teert?*l hie opinion oftheto merit* until to-day. wheo he will giro It In a? offlolal form. The company who owir theae aiacbloea hava b>-< a for none ti*>e cleaning tbe Hceead ward, and it*c?ri aljr begins to loob wm^lhln Uk?. <?!*? t^ein * tii'MWKlox. ? The American Sen t+*rl a n*ttve Areeri can er. hae keen .uapendad, and will not l>e pulili.hed until May neit. Conaaera' Inqnei*. PATAb KALL ? WNW'LT OK IHTWHTKH AN Yerterlay Coroner O'Doonell held an inque*t upon tho body of Michael lllg|ina, a native of lridaod, about forty foar jeaiH of age, who came to hla death from the etlecU of eerere injuries auatained from a tall reeelred wMle in a atata of inU'iication on iH. I'atrick'a ni^ht. The dr ceaaed, who lived at 2 t-'aeenth avenue, bad, on the day In queation, Imbibed rathe* freely, and vrinle walking along the eldewalk, In HUtli ?'.reel, near Totnpkln. wiuare, fell into the gutter, fracturing ble leg Id the falL H, waa immediately conveied Co B*ll*?ue Hoepital, and here lingered unltll Thursday, when he died. The jury rendered a veraict ia accordance with the above facia. Uhlii Dbowkkii ? Coroaer Hilton held an Imineet upon tbe body of a child, lire year. old, uamed John Monahan, who, w.Drteriug away from IiIh heme, at 124 Kaat rwenty eecond ntreet, at rayed to the dock* at the loot of Twenty - third atrect, where he accidentally fell overboard and waa drowned, befcre any aeai.taneo could he rondered him. Verdict ? "Death by drowning." Hrr Hamhal'i tMllcr. IJ?VF>TIUATION Or KIKKH. rmr i* v?*rr hTUR- dakok* or a lkakimo hah nra. On the night of the ?th of March a ttre took placo in a grocery atore of l'eter Lynch, No. 41 \eaey *tr*et. it burnt very fttrioualy for a while, but the timely arrival of the Bremen pievrnled the llamea from apreallng beyoa I the atoia. The evidence of Mr. Ijrnch iihowed that ba oc cupied tlia upper part of the building for a dwelling, and fraa up atairaat tbe time tlia lire brokeout fled 10 a delect In the gaa pipe leading *i the met.r Two or three daya prior to the lire the collector lor tha gaa comrany called, and Mr l.yncli .bowed him the h-ak In j the pipe, and requested him t<i make a minute of It on his book lor tho pur|K** of lnforinin| tha company, to aead a man to repair tbe leak. However, no one came to atop tha laak, and Mr. 1 yoch became much annoyed , by tike e.cape of gaa into the .tore and in order to a op It he applied aome .oap to the bole Ihia .topped th j leak lar a wh le. (rn the n <1.1 of the fire ?oap waa ag*lo , Lut in the hole, aagaa h*l been en-aping :i!l ihe evening. Mr. l.vnrh burnt gaa lu hie dwelling aparm.OM, and tbtrvf'ure did not turn ofr t>J? meter in the atore, a. the auBi.1v came fr< in that ma n. In about an boiir after Mr. l.vnch cloaed the atore The gua in hi. apartmenta | auddealy ?ent out, and be Immediately aUrted ti go dowa atair. to aacertain the difficulty la toe atore, when, juat aa ba reached tha head of th. atalra, peraona la the atrret knocked at hi* door and called out the .tore ? wa. on lire When Mr. l ynch cloeed hi* atnr. h* la(| a fire buraing in the atove, and it i* now beMeved, from tha app'araace of the burning ami the *udd? manner It occurred, that the ga. eacapa?l from tha<UfecUve pipe and hec*m? ignit-d from tbe lira in the Mr. I.yncb brllevea that the ga. taktng fire 111 tha atova, CHO.ed tl.e . itiDguiahmeat of the gaa light, la hla ua?rV menta. Mr l.ynch wtimate. hla loa. at near f I ?X)0 on which he had an inauranca of He ha* "ildwl there lor nearly 11 year- pa.t He ia alao tl.e owner of tl.e bulldlnga. Tin. I* th? flr.t lire ooeaning on hi. ureBii'M. riKK lit <iR4NI> WTHmT. On Fund.v eveiong, March 11, a fire look place in tha dwelling bourn occpied by Mr*, liutob.uaon, at 1U1 tirand ?t?a?t. The fire or ginated In a u.e.1 for keeping wearing apparel, in the second atory, frmt room. Mr. Hutobinaon t?.tlfle<l to not being in tha room or at tbe clotat on tbat afternoon or evening, antU after tbe lire Mi*. Sarah Smith (Mre llatohia ?n'? neloe) teetl lied to galng U? Mid In a harry, .hoeUr after 7 o'clock to pr?p*r" for church. She took a fluid lamp with ber, which ahc recollecte atan ling ... a IaW? about four feet froai the rloael, .he t.?? h^r hat, fiw., ahawl an^ gk.vea from the cloaet, but r in not rwooUect whether Iba held tbe lamp in ber Iran I at the time ahe took oat tbe clotblng, but *b? tlrnk* it might be p-?.ible, but .he cannot now recollect After the clothing .he .hut tha cl?. et do r In a harry, but did not .top le lock It. Hoon afto-r ww or|.?k tbe ho le, wa* n!l?d with ami *e and a fire found to be lu the cloaet The at fide* ofclotLIng were all conaumed aad the cloaet d.Hir burat half through, ahowlng coarlo.lvelf the lire had been burning 1? n<tb of time. There evi.lenee to -how that aay oth?r person wnltQ that cloaet alter M aa fml'h It 1. .uppoMel to t* the re.ult of accident. I'lrra In llrw %'ork. FIBr. IN rOHTV TMIHK HTtlKKT. I lei ween f and 10 o'eU>ca on Wedueadey n ght, a Hre wa. dfaeovered In the fourth .lory of a carpet iacti<ry ?ituated at tbe foot of ITorty tbkrd North river Officer McKew. of the Tw-nty .econd warl, tbe Hre. noilfl.d the private watchman, and together they eitlnguiahed the Heme, with a few pa.ia of water, withoat much damage r I KB IM TKMTW ATKHCl Petween ft aad ? ?'ch?ek Thnr?!ay morning, a fire broke out In a two atory frame building .Ituated in Tenth aveno., .between forty .l*th an-i forty wv-oth .treefi, occnplid aa a lager bier *a!??a alley The building wa. cno.umed, together with it* ron'enta ? loaa about There wt. an iB.uraa^ oa j tbe .tock to the amount of ?A?> in tbe H-nyv-eant in aurance company Th. l.ulldlag wa. awn?l by Mr j Newman, re.ldlng in Al>en ati?et y IRK ON JL *T?A?M>AT. At about flva o'clock Ihufaday mornlag a fire wa. Recovered in the wbe-l houae of the .loam propeller Novelty, lying at pier No. 13, F"?*t river. ?'art tl.a wheelhouao waa da.treyed before tbe fire waa eitio gui?b*<). The Bultrmant at lh? Coaveit In Pro vUtervre, H. I. (prom th* l'rovldeace Journal, March XI ) The attempt Vi get np a row at the laet .VfDlng wa. a lallere A large cwwd a-M.mhUd ia front of the building lut no violeare waa oflored, an I | little dlAturbauee waa mad* Moat of the p?"pie were probably drawn tliere by curlwalty, and many doubUee* went with tbe deeiga <A aupporting the authoritie. if aid ahould be required The Mayor wa* pr?*?at, a atroag r lice force w aa in ?eadlne?. and It la that further preparatioa* wtre ,uletly and ;urtlr?oaaly made The crowd diaper.ed at an early hour, with n? other damage than ?ae .tone thrown at th* boaee and a few r beer, aad groan. Th? feliOWlag noUee wa* placardea In tbe .treet* yeeterday ? A ail AMfl BHI ATTEHr-T TO CM AT* A ?Oll. The .neml.. of the Amer can <?rt*r hav. relfcad upon Ita ..ember, to .atber for a at the ??a*r of lav. rirk and liread .treat, tin. ev^iag. let th* e,HMB.?* ? loa* te held re.poa.lble ler thia call, aa I for IU ' vn.ncee. Welcome the .nooadrel. V? all the party cubital they caa mak? eat ?<f It Ike *.? mber. ef the order wlU of ^oura* tea* ao i farther notice of it than to brand ita o? gioat.. re with merited eoa tempt, aad leave tham to do iheir owe work I of per**cuUaa Kru.iu* ix \U t/tkio If. M. I*rk? r/immltVH | ? ul?ld? la HufTaln ?? laat b/ )U'3( Uclunm. I IU bii btu mm aitfc K. J in tlx maaafactura of r?r< IU* tn Ufa ??r? flattanag ?nl an fftrtiruUr ?.aaa? m><I4 ba |in> for ? dtalia U <1.#. tmaglna ry '.?*gro > ?( out of man Ul l,?turl ?D'? 7b? i.( l?? t?r iu f'xiwt on hi* labia it th? t1>r*n4t,n ? 'TurgH m* all ? I *m moi ? ?rtta MD.oa.ViiM M.j *11 forgtaa, u 1 <tu IhM wot 14 ii l.arrilr ?ortb ll?mr 1 ?n but try toother l?ttb '?*.?? but ? I >10 Irnt hi {Mt*. I (,??? ittlkvxl tb* draught 1 tip**1 to flaUb a; W* <*?-? for aU, I ib mi Hot x/t ?.nfal I a* *?r "?naitt?<1 a rrm? ? arrcri. ataf Hut* la ac*>n?t m? 1 f ia!4 to fata, *u : ? I ?a> i*/t tn%A? U, br*aat U?a worll auaeaaafattf . I cu? t trfU |?r<*uli; toi frUa4< I ?bauM fail. Hat ob b*w m*?.b -a/gat ??1 ??ri?-r la my baari tbaa aaa; aiaM m^^?ai H*it an vaa* ? ? i.l? I * ta itoiwt afraui I bat* not iiiinw < I, tbw la-t^ftom ?o ftl<.? I fi\ UaJaaaa, ?? I mp It aoaM ba >??! <? l?af -a alaa* ? aakra Bf I b"pa It all! ? fail im <m mj r?la Inn forgira fcf?t am) tbaa forget I !??? jtal Ul>n tka k*t 4raa of tbraa m?i at lawtaaam I I u,y lb?T win t ot 4IMar? ma > -nwll nU Hallara m?. Ut'f that I am m r* a?at tbaa ? ufal. '?h a Amp iik! 4Mb pi- t- lumil, f???#a(l," A Bmajh twnm rug Cat-tlx-TIm pM? nr*f traia K tba M.rh'gan IV>-iU,?r? r?*4. |n(iif >m< af*"t ;t a?Mt "? P*t?r4af m?nl?| vbra a ftfart * ?tft ?"? from Whit# ? 4io?? af ?attir .a tba trarb, *?4 kiltH f*wrt*M of t?am TbU ?"*>rr?! r> an ? mbankmaav vblrh la from t?o?t j V* twaatj *?a hifb tim tuaabalt tba tr? a ?aa M* Uirova frMi tba tiMl -<bf*(? t tare* S3 A II?*aii?? A Mu a Bjm Dtf?? or fuliM. *m lUmua-A moat kaanim:iai Iimm> t?*?M?rr*4 a! M.??a?a 1*4. ?? Ta^dar Wt. b a Iktewu IU **a a4*irt??* baaa t.fbl Milium M #?a?7 A.?r>fUoa af raftdaa <m a* biM iiwtkm Ba faatUMy toU^a?Ua. a baa m* rnka r?<M IfoMl M" M?, a^wljb W> raMra glravgtb ??'a??4?4 la braaa la? tbraa rf Br H*. pmH'i - AfiimW MrA ?? Poller Intelligence a. .i., v"*ICI?N or u,"uw** Hoancsr. Fifth ? d T T,,u'"u> HUUr, or??r . f l, "h'U P'tr?",n? h" heard rrtW i -| '! ^ Pr?c##<U?j from ?om* una *|?p*r*atflfr la diet re. a, in the aaighborhcnd of Weat Headway utt IJa penard atrret He fbr th/^ . i.."" JZi K .vn "rrU'"' fUU"1 *?? ? been robbed by th.* .L? .?m, lb. Mh ? the officer, atorted off toward. Canal afreet. They ware promptly pureu.-.l by th. o?oer. At tin- turL U iana i .treet two of tb. me. p.rto.1 ro^plu, ?*? t? oilier, who going do* a Canal atreet aJanr, waa ?no"?' "" "l u,t?",,rhaaled lu Uio yard of No oMrlr lii'ffi' * b* "'u?* f">" l. I uiia to theeWUoa t *m *' ."me" a|ater tbeu went bwk to taak Lot at "i*" i kltd ?"?"'tad, Ixi t be oouid. Dot tod him, ud alter a atriet aaarob. the police TC't'"Vr ? e"nt?,u',#n ?k?t ?? bad been epTritod ah*/ 1/ to? other two unit til juitM in - - *- ? ti'atl'tl*1 bfm hl" ?PP*eraoee be/ore a mule trata to prefer a eouiplaiut againat tb* ra?a an-eated On eea.ebing the jard wbare the prtaoner waa - >hLrl' i "",UL' ,old f?o?i/on the (rutitd J* '"W"* '? ? pa?t of the proc-ada of th? 0,tuolf; !-*A *0**r' "U bro"?ht before JueUo. , ! ?',*. blr *" Kra*c'? Mrennaa. He wa? committed fur eiatnlnatiou ?. w._ f* OKNiBim ricgpoeurr. l-arrall, . lad Ift f^n of -f# ^ terday brought before Ju.tlre learay, ,t the Second Ola Utot I' ( onrt, charged ou the complaint of lltUlm < orwin with having relieved him of ? portmonoala on taring n, while he waa riding In one of the llroalwaw ' 7h." ??*????, It l. Seil , ?t atage lima after the romr lei nam h?i| entered ?? ow^i^ii* 2"* ',"WD on ",l" "at lieenle him i|tW 'intra h"n,, \h* pocketof Mr. c-nrwln, and wbaa tAe atage gave a lurrb, en<'< avere.i to ritrart th? ouree bat ... taught in th. act by tb. eoJ^.anV ^ ?/1??jn.r aaa taken iato euatody hr one of the Twentletli W.rd police, who hroaght him to tie uollre rourt whera he waa lo, ?ed up fere laminatiaa ' C1UKUB OK at IMI.Aitr. rw , men, aame.i Hnheit Na?l n?d Kreenian Hbepp^d were arraated, y.aUrday, by oltloer kindaay, of theHla' teenta ward p.illoe, rhargeit, on th. noinplalat of JoMnk l^gaa, of ?2 Maroer atooat, with hawing broken into hla work. Sop by foreleg open the door, and eteallng than from a But. four aoldering Irona, and a quantity at eoMer-ralue.1, In all, at ??4* Tlie' J. * W?d, on being charged with the oommiMtoa of tha burglary, admitted their emit A part of the aiolen pr?j>?rly waa It I. .!?, ?fi.gad, fouu.l .a UiWr poaaeetioa Hie prlaonera were taken befbr. Juatla* l^, i '""trlct I'ollce Court UaffanKHa market), wbo committed them for trinl. ALLMBIi KK< DK1VUU. Two men, named Walter John (!oooha were brougUa before Juatiee It.,, art ye^erday, char?J on I be complaint of W. |L Hcott, with .araleaaly and recklaaaly drmng a wagou along ('entr. .treet, to tka Kreat danger of |?deatriana' Uvea. oomplaleasi allrgea that while crtn.lng the atrw^ above named ba , "Ofked down by the aomwl , wagon, and narrow Iv eacafwd being cru.lie.1 to death Uenara Jewett aad -l?'^,Wrr" *" ???'?* row'dolta n iJTr which being paid, they continual Joarnev la th* thVnlll tl',' , ??"'"''?"'J a'?wer pace Uian prevloaa to the flu. being imfioxed upon thrm. COtJ> tin.MAK KKHRIiJ AM B4Il.r.f?. Uonoclluaa Kerrigan, of the Thlrt^aMi ('onacil dla tnct, charged with having at led la the eacapa of Itahar. waa ^eaterday admitte>l to hail la tha aum of M,uw! Judge Htuart, uetll j..terday, waa detorminad ao* to aioUre.n lt*.b*!1 [""" lb" flted uaw? ? lli.lW) but at th. aollcttotioaa of the arlaaa er a frl'uda tha bail waa raducoil to t&.UOO, which waa promptly given. ' ' w"'0" wam AiiKr.cT on ciiABOB or rtnut'Rr. reeterday aftemwa officer WoeMrldge, atlaehed to tbe foart of <;.nrral Kaaelon* aquad of pollee, arre. ta4 Abraham Hha.rfi.ldt, of No IOU ( entr. atrwet, th. aote ?!H'nwB.Vn * pveteona. agaaa.t IK, ,. N?tha?, triad ^e.tar.lay rnormag la tb?(^urtaf than 'lor h '1"" r'V"t,n? ,n th* ?"i'.ittol of Na tltan for having awmo falaelv agarnet tl?e i>art? ihaa & priaoner Tb. acco^ waa' 'Tn~Ux toKj'j*^ Conaolly, who held Uwd for .lamlaa'aa. caroiiT NAi-riHo m a. laam boat. '?n Thur*'.,j aM.rn.KH. Mr. J?bni;n?a, of?ir*apa.?t L I , while ..n hi. w.r to New York in on. of the Wll! Slaw. burg ferry b.H.1., fell ?.U.p, ?ad whiU In thto pleaaant aituatlon ona of the U^ht finger. I gentry -T.l-j blm. 1 he piak|e?ket w. at to th. al^par, ?,.! la a deiteroaa manner ..cce.,|-l In r.ll.vlng blm of hla nM wau b an l chain, valne.i at IKO, Mr lirr.a awaka la about one or two tuiaoU-a after th. lar^y ha.) beaa affected, got uii off hla .*.1, W'nt ouUide to en ov th. fr- .b air, pot hla *, (l? ,4l.h fc? -Z "'?,n,V, M'ul' ' " tr.nafl.7T L X were With rag. and horror W blU be bed been .alorlL a ""P '? ',;-7 t'TT, * hberty .rf e< oily diveating h ... of hi. paUat lev.r Tfca alarm waa ?m,? raM, and before the b?,t had maebal i Mr f-ertl' "'"iS, lk" ?"????'<?? of a Mr lerlln., who. it la allegwl bv ona of .?? th. boat at tb. time. wa. tha ~rn.,m wh! ? o deiUroutljr rohbe.1 ?.r?a of hi* w.f b an 1 Thata Ih. romplalnaat waa .0 Indignant at the .?adort .if Mr lrrk,?. that It re-,ulr~l grvat etrategv and man".: , * on,,h* frt ol the uttor U, r^'pJiahlJSrto atanter, for tbe libartr h. had taken with Mr llreea a e.iat. j-arfi,. .M aoavayM jI^tlT ???olljr, at tb. Ixiwer l olle. Court wb. r?Mnu^tt?l a.m for trial tb. c|-n|. lrmaii Urr.0/ "*? Waa * r* /Tin. am hwaim. On Thura.lar afterne..n a youag wamaa aawel Ammmm boating, appverad before Ju.Uca 'oaaolly, ., Uw9, I ' lie. Court, aad read, a roaaflaiat for abaadoaMeM agaiaat bar huabaad Joeeph, wbo, .he alkagu, daaevtod 1,?rei.tb? hoaag atooo waa over leavlag bar wltkewt Ur tb.i after ,aaUa? I ? .. without any ju.t Maee vh. ba ...a<te kivl to on. Mary l!a.cb, preferrlag bar to lu. r?j awful apoo^ Th. ..^gl.trat.- oa h.anag tie dotofS tola of Mra. Hunting, iUUed a warrant for the arraat a 4 the ac-uaed, wbo waa prtm.ptl/ arretted by wAcar Ha. L !Zt ' "" *?"* batora the magietrata waa ."P, "r'imr 'og ve him aa opp , to rHIeek open the aecoa.1 .hrlc. ,h? b, ^ aa rao.|0cu,r on tb. Third ave*.e .^5 . A . """'V ???? utterly waa engaged aa a a Www driver by which be cold earn auH^Ta! -.-martT ke.p bln.aelf aad hie looetea wlf. pr^ty ?^af.^Jk^T tUBoiii f*inici.r>r ooLi.acrrMu Mra. Koiaaa Wood, boardiag 10 Heacb atreat, waa ar r?.U-l oa, by the Tareat, Bret ward p*kaa Charged, oa the omplaint of the maaagera af tbe "m for the >r.eadWea, with havlag colWle.1 aaveral h?a-lra4 dolUra from c t^aa in thi. eity aad tbe ad>aialng ee<t borbood, ..ader ( reteac. that ab. waa daly aaUu.riiTto. do the .am. by tbe officr* of tbe laet.lotwHi n.ia wa b?*b, H Ib * ! J#f *A riUlM for tU 1m t m oo mm* of th? ftr?t m*rc??aa U lowo io?a %/>.) -* fnmthaB .....a a.eiagiug rrio. three U. live iXra U * alleged that tae |irleaer waa uever antkontad u. make >hea? rollertloaa, .ad that .he a'r.r repartod ae paid ever to tb. mietjr aa? of the * TTT aad raeorded oa her aab?-i|piwia la th. .m. rtoa i af tbe aacuaed waa fouad tha We* aiade eaeaUoa <4 i* i .f? L maaagera toe l| .ae? r<* ? Uea received fr.-w, charliably d.ep.,?1 |?d i"% "? wk"" ,U wa* Wee?aC b-cked bar ap for eiaailaatlo*. "?at?. CHiB?B or riu.Biora aaaat i r ahij hattkm r. Thar, ay af'nn.?, (rfflcar Oaliegher of tbe Haaare?? ' ? rpe arreate l a yo(.ag fellow abowt altU>a year a ad ?ge Based ' Morr.a, wbo, it it aJWgad la a -1 iaf f.l with frad^k w ll, be, . ,lw>. , ;|JN a Ma dougal atreet .'rack ibe l.ttwr oa tbe kaad .?!. r^'TT't "**? ,h" ^ .nun?f 'be eve of Habere, mat.laUd hla eyeball eo badly Ut,( ,-wht b?jwa are ent.rteine-1 ,A U. el'ia.ato .JtZ. JJJ'i ? ?a< Tbe ,o?th waa hr<iagbt Uiwe J., lea f?ra*Aii,. at the UfWer l*r|,,. h;-^ v?-r. o. si Trr^r'rj O.. w e^tdtoT"- U ?"h / ?? rmiTiKllM to Haa?an 11m ?f ?I mr?rf. [Ilw tk* < 10' I.iut. IVMII' 44?>*?U I A Mr*' r( WM n? Tu?a4aj Ika l*fc toatoal it I) r? ./?la*k. I* M la IM '??*???? of tto IiwjiU K*'?fuM PmbjrMfi** On* to 'aO.*pr? *r?'/ wf rail Df ? w ??i' "? ? ' ' ft Uan? >4 *.'! ??aa f*t*al 4**fttn iti ?' ?? ?>? to to k?!4 la !* ? ???/, to M*/ Mil, for W ? | if?'1 ??' " ?r ?kal.a.'-afar** o< (bt t? to |4< j 1M '' i ? ? ? tinV'm </f 4 liwf llftil iMm'" 7 i ? ii>'? ??? u,* < >? ,t f'trtPMii ftrtl't f?a4 i.??r?; ?,l to* ?<Wf> ?? *h?r-fc?> to -r f?>f? ?a4 a <arfa ???*** %? ?.ltM??* >? a? |(W?I *"? r?a*<f b7 '?? A?4*l. c? to *N ??BM to ill* mir. Alto* ? fa'l 4m ? !?> ? n til I t >? *?{?*?'-*-? t to *afl a '?ro??lttoa I* , ' kUi* Ird t*4?w)(; k Hir >*it J T? '-to <1??'iiaaa **1* at a ?? mv.'tv* tfwtn, ffr*n 4 40? ??'*??? <>f '>ri?iaaa, to *?4 ? call tor ?a>4 aaafaatw* It * '?[>*? 'a* i?atoW ? K?? . I rafaaat r !<?*, Ka* f>r WlM(, N?t f; H iy,rl. to* Kr? *? 0 * l*? ?, Ud (Mli, Kn. J frmri, ai< ' Mr JVIf* TV mim af B' ri luttoa; )*W?r u4 K<> s *Ht, |r i4M Ilw nMwitot W n.t? ITCI K4HM*i?a.?Ttirw IUl|?rtors aaorto r<?, *>f-a?ki la Iruvi u* pta.a* *? toai Ull k??".ra4 u S tva*'.; * ?? fix* ? i4 4?aa? a* U ? IM a* U? i 4a; ? a|n>\ CaataJa laato, ?k-. (M *y?a^iala-1 *IU Itowi Imj ll??/er-I a4* ?)? ? ??* W A Hr. ?) ?, l?4 toll to >' toj a|<M i**?a toaria LUa4 m tor 1 ? a. ft* lar? ??< whw a' \to-. ?* >?* k(M to ??a i?| ? to* ba?4 ?? J mm -.'?*? fcfN Va^n #??<? n.

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