Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 2, 1855, Page 1

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HKCONU DAY. The jury wore re assembled at 0 A M Fri lay morn ing, wlieu the following testimony wa-. elicited ? bamuel It. (iutmuene affirmed ? ! reseie in Ituilin^ton, N'. J.; I wan here yeiterday mo rwtbg, an. I heard the tesliraouy of Dr. Hanniguu anil the old gcntli-inun who was in the wagou with him. I know Lhe pjHitiori of the place where the accident occurred, fir many yearn, ami it seemed to me strange that Dr. Hannigau and the old gen tleman could not hare known that th- train of earn were in the neighborhood until within twenty-five feet ol them; I could not be satialied without going to the place, aud when I arrived there I fouud that in driving down the river road before comlug to the railroad, that for 140 paces before coming to the rail road there nothing whatever to prevent a man w'.io wan on the lookout from weeing the train of car* easily at a distance of three hundred yards, at least from where the collision occurred, and therefore that the horse* could not base been on the track so as to cause the collision without culpable carelessness on th" part of the driver, unless the horses bad been running away, and entirely beyond the control of the driver; they must have been running at the rate of seven or eight mile* i>cr hour. Mr. Hall, (a Juror) ? I wish to know if Mr. Gummene saw this accident, for If he did not, I object to his testi mony as irrelevant, as it is simply a matter of opinion. [After some discussion among the jurors, it was de ci<ted that Mr. Cummone should continue, a.. it was best to hear all that could In- adduced.] Witness continued ? When within fifty yards of the crossing, the cars must have l>?en in sight, even if they were running at the rate ot thirty nailer an hour; yester day afternoon I ?<ut to the ground, and made a measure ment of it, by pacing off tbe diat-iuce; I commenced my measurement from above the triangular track; It was forty pares from the track to the lirst bushes or brush wood to the vide next the railroad above the triangular track when 1 speak of three hundred yards up the rail road ! sneak by the eye; there are no obstructions inter vening to obstruct the sight in the direction of the bushes 1 have before spoken of the track is about as high as the fence of the tot adjoining. Question by a Juror ? Were there any obstacles to prevent the engineer and tboie on the look out seeing the carriage If Witness ? Certainly not; the engineer, firemin an I con ductor could have seen the horses and carriag ? had they l>een on the look out. Adam Price sworn ? I am a resident of the city of Bur lington; I saw Ibis ascldent from a lot adjoining tbe railroad, below the river road it was three or four hun dred yards below Cook's house; the cars hal passed, and I was going up before I got to the railroad; could nut sue the cars strike the horse* on account of a small house In the way; the cars were returning, i think, at the rate of about twenty miles per hour; 1 saw them, If 1 don't up take, a moment after they struck the horses nnd wsgen; the hindmost car was off and was bouncing at a violent rate, ami I wondered tbe man did not give a signal; did not see any man in the gijf top on the look out. y. Can you explain which car weut off the track a liter the rear one? A. The car next the hind one weat off next, and ou the left hand side. y. Dnl tlir third car gu o(T> A. Tin- third car struck tbc second an>l ran off toward* the right. y. What became of tlie next car? A. It was cut in two, and wun thrown across the track. y. Vou were clou* beside the train when the < ollinion occurred- A. I was. y. Hbw far from the train were you? A. I was abort fifty or si*ty feet frotn tlie truck. y. What ipecante of the car that behind the fouriii car'- A. It win nnsshed at! into atomii and wsi thrown high into 1 tie uir: although the train was oil tha tt.'-d. it '?till continued to move. y. How far from the eroding place wore you wkeBiPjrat you heard the cars coming)' A- About thr"e or fteur hundred yard*; I kept looking f;r them. y. Was there any whistling? A. There wa* nut, M*1 I wndcted why the engineer did not whistle, y. Wd you hear the bell? A. No. I saw the train nejrlr two miles off. hut did not hear the wUlit!u. y. Tlie bell U generally rung, 1* it not? A., Yes. y. Vou have sera earn hacking: did you ever renurabei heaiing Hip whistle blow? A. I can't rem?ri t/ar. y. ('.in you pii'iKurc the time between the ruaaing the rear car off the trie ? and the stoppiag,of tho train' A. I conld not say exact. r. but the curs could tu t ha\e moved more than a second or two after thftre^r on" w;i? thrown off the track. y, What time hot ween the going up .jfcl coining hunk of tbe train. .V I could no' say. Q. Do all engineers Always blow thf win, tin as they pam this road* A. res. y. Idd they blow **atenlay* A, Yes. y. Bat the train iid not blow coning back? A. So. <}. Is tbe road i.iurh frequented.' A, It i? <i. Hare you ev -r known of a fUg man bring stationed there'' A. I har / mi knowledge of that fact. y. What words sre on the b<?rdat tb' cro*sing' A. "Look out for i-}(* locomotive." y. How doe# that board <tMl' doc- 14 stand up and down the rail stack, or up ar<l down tho riTer road" A. It stands kind ?f cornerwise, person* coining down the liver roadcm-sce it distinctly y. When the collision U* k place how lir were you from ti e car A. About sixty or seventy feet. y. Were you within a l/undrcil W of th" ears wln-t. they stopped * A I waj. Q. lty i.go of the jurors ? Dtd you see me getting ? A. I ?li.t not. y. Iri?l you see the Vrfw-e* at a** A. Mot until tbey were killed. (}. Where were they ' A Hoiae forty feet from tin- ror ner of the rrmd where they ha?i been p'isbel by thotraiu y. Then the ears could not V>ve run off the in t*iU. the rear one struck tbe team ? A Well, it nppeare t a* if the train jumpe<l off tlie track tb" Inttnut the t<?r one struck the hortH. ?) Well but do you know thi? for a fac' ? A. I I not, but that i? my tmpre?-lon .-'ainnel Scolt being duly >worn. depo-"S Mlows y. Where do you ri sble ' A At BurdllMra. y What i? your occupation* A. lirstawn y. In wbro-e employ ? A. (Yunden an ? Ambry Railr .1 1 Company. Q. Were you. on Wednearlay. on the 10 o'clock train from I'biladalphla * A. 1 wh y. Where did ymj reach the S o'clock line from N<w York ? A. About a mile and a quarter from th" Hurling t< n station. or about half a mile shove llammil's turn-out ('switch. ) y. Who wa- th< engineer on your locomotive ? A. I rai 1 Adam*. y. Have yon heard bl? te-timony yet ' A So. y. How fat weie you thli side of Haramlt -? w. li when y<'i stopped? A. About three quart# sol a mile, y. Idd vou run hack' A. Yes. y. What were you making for' a We aara4al to get i n the turn-out at Uurtii.gtou. Q. When you are on tl e low i? .t mi on jri io h sid< I . you -tan ' A. 'Hi the left hand s^e. Q, Were you ?tanding there tba 4Nr A I si< y When you harked were y?* tooting out "O tint ro> ! A. Ye?. ij Whi h wsy were you toofcfngf. A <>n the 1 ft bin I side ir"mg down Q. I? ! you eontin"c to keep I .king out from 'h ? in ? mi nt of I eking until the collision took pUce* A. I did not Q. Who A Becsu-e I CouM ?e<- nothing in the way -o I thought it would be ?*ele-s to keep on he look out all tl.e tune. y. When you back a diiet is Cftated, which pmwti you sei'ing, Is there not* A Yee. y Where wa< it, at what |ioint of tbe road Has it after you rommeno-d hacking that the dust c unmence I to fly m> 'bnt you could n'it we" A Ab>''il |#fj yards. y. HoW fa?t were yoo hacking' A. At the rate o el*>?i 16 or 1# mli?? an hour. Q llare you any control or* r th? runn rig of the en gine* So. y How 1 ng hare you been in tbe employ of the Cora pi ny A At'out eleren months y' How l. ng hWTc yoc been on that triin A. Only ? few ?1av? y. How br were yon from the road wlien you hlew th* whistle - A. About forty yards. y. !>o you know wheiher tbe t>rakeman wa? .ra tioned ? top of the car or not- A I < annot >ay p?"i. lively that hi was. y. Tan you tell whether the hrakeman i- in his place or not fiom > our fmsitiou t A. I cannot y. It the brakeman had been at hi* po.t would he :,iv ?een the carriage coming* A. The lira?emao ilH ' ?aw the wagr n but not time - no ugh to ?vddth?col ll?f on. y If there had been no dus* flying *?? ill yoti hare aeen the carriage? A, I could, if 1 had been looking down the rood. y. If there ha I been ao do t. aiwi you had ?eew *h? rarriage eoaWt no' f.i~ ragtnee., by the e'igiae, hue P rente-l ? g ?a> part the Ismage * A Wi Q Then f the eng-tj**' Hat reT?-.-?i ?t them n?a' the rear ca' atruck the horw*, lie would have prevented a gieat deal ofdumage; would heuot t A. Yes. Q. Do you blow the whiiitle wkeu l/ackim1, A Yes H- IHd you on the occasion rrfcrrr! to r A. We did . Prescott Harvey aworn, deposed that he resided in Phi ladelphia, and ???? A'lam? h (Jo.'h express man. y. Wert- you iu the 10 o'clock trMn from Philadelphia on Wednesday laat V A. I was. Q- When in the train, in what car <f-?you generally nit* A. In the tuail tar. Q. When you were bucking down from' Ilammil'a (Mitch to Burlington did you or did ytm not hear the whiatle * A. 1 did bear the whistle. y. Ilow long before th? collision took piaee did you hear the whistle t A. I should judge we wwrr about ualf u mile from the spot wheu I heard the (J. H'li that whistle u short quick one or n'loud lony blow? A It waa a long oni> a< a warning. Q. How I' tig after the blowing of the w hurtle did the rrash take place v A. In about three minute* Q. How long have you beeu travelling on 'hi- ruft'l ' A. About three or four yearn. Q. In what lines t A. In the eXpessliue frcmJ'Phlla nelphia anil the mail line f oin New Vork. U- Whereabouts were you Kitting wheu the collision took place ? A. Iu :i chair in the mail car. y. Were you looking out of tlie window at the time? A. I believe I was. y How fast do you auppose the train backed upv A. At the nite ot between fifteen and twenty mi'.es an hour. y. IHd you hear any aouud of the whistle after the col Union took placet A. No. y. Did you hear any rtounA of the whistle immediately befo:e the Collision took place > A. No; but I heard the whistle when we were about half a mtle front the a pot. y. Who was the conductor on the train that day t A. Issnc Van Nostrand. y. How long lm<< he travelled on that route ? Ai I enn't say exactly, but It must be more than three yews. y. In he or not a skilful and capable conductor t A. He is as far as I know. y. Do yo i kuow where Vau Nostrand wn^ at the time of the collision? A. 1 do net; he left the car I w?s iu when we left Burlington. y. What ia the cuntomarv rate for backing train* " A. It varies accot ding to circumstances; if the train has a long distance to go why they go fuat; if a short distance, then tliey go much alower than we went ou the occasion of the accident . The jury, at this hour, proceeded to the spot where the accident occurred for the purpose of making a satistac tory examination of the premise*. Samuel J. fctryker l)eitig sworn, waa examined as fol lows; ? y. Where do you reside v A. In Trenton. y. Where were you on Wednesday last? were you on b' Uid the ten o'clock train Crnui Philadelphia ? A. Yes. y. Do you know which car you werciuf A. Yet, I was in car D. behind the long car. y. l)o vou recollect the stopping of the train after you left Builiugton? A. Ves. y. Tou were some distance up the ioaJ, were you nut? A. About a mile or so. y. Do you iccollcct aUo the running luck of the train * A. Ye-. y. Did ynu or did you not, when the tiain wa? truing back, hear the bl uing of a> whistle* A. I did, dis tinctly. y. What kind of a blow waa it ? waa it a short quick one or a long one v A. 1 think it was a long shrill one. y. fan you form any i lea of the time that elap^eil be tween the time you first felt trslight trembling of the ear until the collision took placo" A. I could not, but it could not have been more than a few seconds. y. By a Juror ? Are you In any way connected with tho t Huxleu an>l Aniboy Itailnad Company ? A. I am aot. y. Do you own a stock in the company ? A. I do not now )>os ess any, although I formerly did. y. I id you obsei ve the letter D painted on the car ? A. I did uot , the card was merely hung up iu the depot. Elitute Walcott, being duly sworn, deposed that he re sided in Jacksonwlle, 111. y. What is your occupation? A. Itoal ma ,t?r on the Great Western Railroad, in Illinois. y. Were you a passenger in tlie 10 o'clock train from Philadelphia on Wednesday last' A. Yes. y. What car were you in- A. In car C. y How near the rent waa this car? A. I think it was the third last one. y. Will yo'.i give the jury a In let history of the entire occurrence that look olace on the morning in question? A. When we arrived at Burlington I noticed that, we were just about up to time, but waited there for some miautes and left the cltv tieliln 1 time; when the train started I looked at my watch uui ob-ened that it was eight or ten minutes pact the time of starting; the train went on is usual but after going about three miles I noticed the whistle blowing to I t??k up; the train atopped, and then moved backwards; it was so unusual a thing for an express train to back that I looked out ot tin- window to see what was the matter; I supposed then thai the New Yoik expiess was coming along. I heard sonte one then say that they tVught It was a very bad plan to allow two express trains to run on one track, and both haw the right of wav, and wanted to know if that was consistent with tho i ulrs and regulations of the company ; after barking a few minutes I felt a slight jar w hich was follow cil by two or three others: then came a era -di ; I knew that the cars wtie off the track before there was any alarm, and inrUntly told my wife and a friend of mine to hold on fast Sa their seats; hardly had they done so when the car b"g ?a to crack an<t break up. I tried to hold on but could nut, and found great difficulty In tree ing uiv-i lf. y. /laieyou any Idea <>f the rate of *jM?od at whi'h you wore going when v <u backed upf A It would not be pioja-r. I think, far roe to form mi opInWn. for I w.ia not watching carefauy iIp ich nothing la the world upor which people d 8?i * o widely 4 Well, what do you think tho *|.e<?l wan" A I wou'tl not 111. ?? to ??r, but will nn-?rr tlii- ip\*Htion in thi* wajr, the M'?ult of :nciil'-nt showed thajt the train wna ing at n rupWl r ite 1 buy aeen m*ir* amaahea, but n<- <*r i?w ram no ''A.i.y aniaah' d before; tltia ejirx were ao lirtlly ahniterod t'rnt upoed muni bite b1** T?r]> great tvl'i<l to prnduc*thia remit. li. Can be atopjied quick* ?. when g<dn.r atr^ht fotuariltkiu when liscking with iw locomotive? A. A tinnrii * ?>o atopped quicker the IneomoUM i< in front. Wi.tne?e in rontinuat'gul? I had a kind jf pre sent imal. w >t wen- of an acc i*it when we cm MOnced to bard;. V W'V bad youfeaia of r.% accident ' A. Beoauae harking o?i< train" of oar* I* Jway* tctnmp.1 #1 with dangi^ i j I J you hear the wbiat!-., Mow)' A. 1 did qot. y. H/ -.?e o! (he Juror*- li^re you been i in any pro1 o anion that would yon to In j.iue a good jurtguif the rate of apned jJUlnct by cam A I have l>een. m* yearn employed a the Ureal Wei ,w u llailroml C? waauyl y n by ill 1 yoti conaid'j the ?p?ed of tt|gari un'ife A. \U c.auie an nbatructi no n the track i.iitrl not he re moved In time to prtrcit a coliUton, ?li on the other hit.4 if the train won going forward, tf?- cowatcher ?t.iijld throw off the ?.t?t ruction, and t im* obi late the difficulty . y. What rale of nf-id do you con?ii).? -afe when going liacWenrd A. Ju it mirh a rn'r t!l)i the train ooull lie checked in time hi prevent any ^viiient. should a-./ obstruction get am*- the track. t, ue t ion tijHktid again, and towered to the iw effect Q. You nuv ty spot where the incident oecnrre?V, an l vUlted the neig i tor hood. <Vmh< > train. coming iiwn there lie atopped befni# it rear'nj.1 the croaaing I the brake* were tallied 1V0 yard* iVd ' A. Mhiiu ?"< <j. i ould it at 300 yariji ? k It might. y. Could k train, niOMiig tt Hie rate of ?i? iai!e< i if hour, be ?twpi ed maMe of yard* t A. Vi y. Suffoao you have etikip u> * train ar?t are dri? ing ?t it* rate of twenty reiie' an hour. wrmM you, at Uic d itiic nf NO yardi jupyour train, J you uv a carrxg* driving 4>>wn arruM road, .itniiit MOyard*from 'be rio..*irgj wi ? Id you bold up the tr^v* - A. I mo-t e< rt%toly would, if the driver did not h'Ji up ao an toal I ? n m to pa-< y. Ifyi.n wertgoing lark at half*pe*l. would the eon cv??,i.n and deatmctiwn N a? groat aa if the cam g"ii*( lorwni'l went off UittlHck atadoub^ ?|>??d f A. 1 tliiak It woul'1 The de-truction to n train i? redoubled when going off tile tfaak Willie liacklng, therefore r?lo?i)ilr<l ?hrmld be ohoorvoii by me In'lrlrtng cara liaekword for ;i ' :irk,ri(? 'fi,n la iii[.a atively holplew* if Hie le.i ,t ?<t ?t r ? ction l? in th1, way Mr<. to j*. re eall"!, ai';''?re.t upon the -"and to maW<> ?oine aiplauatlona, aa toU->w?:? y. I td you heor anybody in Oie wagon '*y anything alnv.'t llatelr ufier the a <? ident oeeurredf A. I did; I heard \lr- Hannigan ?ay to the d ?..??or tin' ?'i" wa? ?' rry -be ielt h me lor ulie n< afrai I die ?aid all the blame w uld !?? lai i on them -he ' U?|.e.| h'-r ban U t'getbn and ?aid. "oh l-okstthi* de?truc'ion hav We I .en the cau-e of thi-'" y. Lid ah1 make any remark* about anything e'?? *h" hml amd to tho doctor A .-h? t^ike l Ui him ate it tb" a i . l< nt and i . I. in to go md help the wounde<l y Fr' m the |?.altion In wnlch yon aaw the wngon d Ton tlni.k tb ??? innldoc uld hare een the tnin com t:g in ?ult c(. nt lime to avoid the a< Ident- A Ve*,! think tbej rhould have -een the train y. If the engineer had blown the whi-'le do y i'i thin f ?r llanr lean would have beard H A Ye* I ahould think ? < hr you can hear it a g"?i diatnnee 1 on a clear lay ? OVen aa lar a- Mr. Hire < an 1 'iarw > I * Lam - ? alj?mt four bocylred yarda kaurlrc Maiwell l/e ng .uly >wof0, d?j>oaed that h? llte l at Jet .ey I ty y. What i? your oecujution A. I am an ? *tra brake y. In who*# employ art yo ? A. In the em] >y 1 'h Jfew Jemey l:ailr> ad Company O. Wi rc ?ou on the 10 o cl- ck train from I iL? el| ii ? ' n Wod?e?day laatf A. Ye y. In what j^^nl ii' A forward brakeman y. Where I the |.la e jou ait or atari t ?bon n duty' A. In the hi. ike h'mae. y. Wliere U tha* braU houae A <>n the fot ward *ft 1 ??f the I rake car. y. Where were you when the aeriden1, t" V pl? A. I waa a'anding lntb>- brake baw? y. Lid you ae? the r ara ?trlko lb hora# A N i l di<l o. t. y I id you re the hor e* A I wa look mg I i' '* on " e 'ra' k, hut when I ? .w th< rn It wa* too late t !?. a iy thintr U T?-o lat? for wba' A. T ring the hell a a algna! Of warning.

y. Idd yon know of the a'ndent betwl* lb' er> b In k |.larev A. I dW not. O Were you looking before you* A Te* y Why dll yon not notify tl?e engineer* A. Ile-a??e I tb' '.gl't it Would be of v> ii a. y U heie did you /.ee the b' r-e?? A '?nthetra-?. W Was the other biai.eman a' hie poet* A I no, waa when we left IkirUag'Uxi y Wtiat waa Ina ri?me? A rlark '>*,e i i- / e-i"? kr. Wi ta % an.iee y V'* . h? o ? A.vj'l. ? And he saiif V* ?j- l/iog i.i bci I11.1 re ?? c a "<am dfn. Q. I i I vol Wn (if thrrt w?. i ?roi< roa.l ttvre* A. 1 did. <J. Did tiw 4 vjrinee- blow tbo wV?t> before lie e-j- -d the ro*<J' A. Iw did. (i. Wh#t war yjur dut fi A. Tj brfst up wb.ii the ?i gnal ni g.ven y. Noofh-t* A None tiia? I know of. 0 Are ou re j n red to look out for ?l ?l-uct;o:ui on".Ue ixad- A. Ye . Were jiMi told whirl employed to Wx?k out for <?'?' A Nil 0 Mbie ,'OJ QkiucM it your duty when ot?* trsiu tf. look out rig'.it and lr*S an i behind the ev - A S.n -- tinu^ /do k.i. (J. When you left 11 *r Illicit xi did you ctfceeliic vour j tope"- A. did not, I t,iw that it ?i< nit light when ?starting y. Ari v?u ?1 ytxr* of >*{?*' A. Ye*. Q. Bi-f r-e rn.ehing the r *> lug ?nl wliile boHtinj. did you b.e?r t** whistle' A. 7<JM. y. Was it a long blow /?> No; but it wa< aufllejent iti h warning g. A* jo*. ??'?!, i, >? ied ibo roal. did you look ?>?? the ' road' A. I (Eii not. y. U it jv* duty to looL u rt'ue cross lout* uu 1 along the t. ark' A I do. y. Woulii ;T?n have rung lb - bell if you bad ?eer*the ratringe ontlit loaf A I w ?ald have lu<'antly "ung the I ell. 1 y. What *tj? would you lia e duuo' A. I would I Ave giyen the l iak* u lialt'tuin. on't waited there until he crash took pla ? Q. *V?i yov have then done' A. I would he ?e .(uinp%'?l off. 1 y. Would n h?"t tui n h:iTe been Buflii ient* A. Iff. y. IIow many turn* would be required to atop the car* inatantlyt A. Sewral?4wo or three. y. I>id you try to ling the hells' A. I did. but It wiull not ring. How do you know A. I!ecau*e I should have I i ard it. y. Could von kce tbo rear car distinctly from where you were' A. I eould. y. Wo? (hero muih dust from the wheels A. Not a great deal. t,>. You remember distinctly endeavoriutr to null the l-eltr A Yen. y. Had ynu no Instruction* nt all when von we o em ployed by the company A. None other than that of attending to the train; and breaking up y. Wan t be bell ropp all right uhi'ti you left Rurting tonV A. Yea. y. l>id you Icaie your post before the rare were MM* bed!- No, I did not atir until I saw Bee earn had bioke loose, and wcre-smashing up. K. Prev-dtt liar rcy reealle*; ? y. When you were backing in the traiu were you look ing out? A. I nan. 0. "n which aiiti-. coining .toward* Rurlingti tr, did you *e<' anything on tb>- cro?? htieet* A. A* I w?? looking out to sec how fur we i??re from our turn-out. I aaw the hones and carriage In the opening ju*t above th? house by tl:e road side. y. How far were they from the track A About nix or eight yard*. W. flow tar oil wa? the train at tho *anie tlmcV A. About twice aa far as the wagon wan from the corner, the hor?ea weie on a trot, and were truing at a g >td speed: I auppoaed the i.itention of the driver wa< to croii thetiack; I sprung to the door to aee if he could get aeries in time for I thought it Would bo an impossibility, when the riust came in so that I could not see; almost at (lint Instant 1 felt the train atriking something there na* a (fi ntlcman near me at the time to whom I exclaim r<f ? "We liave hit them;" but I hardly got the word* out of my mouth before the collision tool, piaci . there was a Kueceasinn of shork* I lumped on a neat in the car, anil tried to ?B>e myself wtll as I could; in ii t?* v> aeeotids all win a perfect nwikh after getting out of the ruin*. I helped to extricate the wminded; there waa no <lu*t <tn the i ivn side. Cbarle* Olcott, of F. irllngt d sw >rn. dejtnsrd that he was a laborers? y. l>ld you see I>r. Hanntgan'i wa^on con ing down the rrer road* A I did. y. 1 id you see tl coining down the track'* A. I did. y. Which of these road* were you neatest to* A. The riyer r?ad. K). What wet? you doing there' A. Mowing y. At what r.ite ??* the wag' u driving* A. About own or eight miles in hour. y. IIow laid wa? the train going? A. Krotn tw- lve to fifteen miles per hour. Q. I id you hear t'i? whistle blowy A, Yi . li. < m what train' A. I supposed it to oe on the down train that was backlog. tj. IIow far up coaUl you wo the train? A. About two hundred yards. y. Wi tch did yot' see Ilr*t ? the cariiaga or the train A. The ' arrlage. il. Wtieie waa it when you lir.?t It.' A AliOul one bundled and fifty ;*ardi liom the railroad, comiog from the riier. l). H< w long did the whistle blow? A. I can't say. y. lid it blow ;.ii the way dow n to the road? A. No. tv- When you first mw the cariiage; did you see or hear the train? A. I did not: on seeing the. train, my atten tion wae di*wn ??ay fr?.m the ear/iag* I did not s rr the cars stiike the horse-, but tlie man who wa* mowing lu tin' tie Id with did, and be cried out that the Indies In the eairiage would be killed, wo then lan over to assist them we got there, we foun t that the train had all lain -mashed. y. Wa* it betore or after seeing the carriage that you heard the whist!")' A. It wa* after . after sewing the ac cident. Hunter and I ran over to the road, when we came to the engine, the engineer w *- ab ent. y. Weie th# curtain* of the Doetor * carriugi*. np t A. 1 bey weie. ij. l>o you think he could h?*? se?n the train apprtiacb Ing if he *ha?l looked out of the wngon? A. I think he could I d"?'t know of anything to prevent hlin, it *? after I raw t lie ' ars that the wUi'tl? blew | ij. Wou'i you have diove ?* the Doct w did? A I would, but would piobalily have |?-en a little more care ful: 1 oft ? drive a r>?* the track Just a* k train passe, and iicV'.b eonsider It dn"4terou* ll? nrv Hupter swore t*eit he could < orrr b irate the last wltnc-- a testimony iicorje K. Koit, of BujUngton, wa? thei?ex4mine<l? He dep?r"4a? follows ? y. ?*! re you near tl^? railroad when t V. accident took plao-' A. I wa- aboi i ttve bundled yard- trorn it. y .T'id you aec the \raln? A. 1 did, -?y attention wne iitll^l to It fnun the art that it wa c .?iing very last. y Did you *ee th? tars when they 4 rin k thettoctci'* carriage* A. No, 4 Would you hv*e si en the ac. ^?ut If you had 'a en I taking ' A. I con ?1 not. tj. |io you know anything else ttxuit the matte . A. No i xcept that I tuerely saw t'^ train just a* I was iwaM. Hera the war adjourn" i until H o'clock Y. M EVEN I NO aWJON. John K. Bo (fern, (the foron,?o) worn. He '?<tlflod ? I wna bonke-i tor Trenton nnj rat In the way mr I had go ne forwar i to the mail r?- and returned; at thia time the trnln ?r j? g"inf prgtty 'art. I heard ta'.klowaof the -jkukI for tin- l.r.iki man ti atop the brake . I looked oat up< n tha road ami -a* a\ ? considerable liatanie ah' id of < ur trtl n a 1< ?< nmotlvt whirh i ?upp *ed waa attach ed to t\i? 8 o'clock trakatrom New York, a? I know that train ? n pint due a', Burlington. I then l?? *r?l ? ?!??? yifl of tt# whi-tle and "hvrtly alter tin** * fry quick futln the train having li??ti atopped In th? meantime I then w<ut hark not intj the way iir, !>ut to Uke directly Id tie rear of It; | -at d..wn by the -ide of Col lUmp'on Mr. Famuel 8. Milker w;n ritiin.; in the rear oi u?,nn the ? ppoaite ride ij the car. ?lio> J.?<1 ml why we were hark log? I tol.t lilm that ae hud mlnMnl the half n>ile line aiid the 8 o'clock train hail the tight of the mod I l'*>ked out up' n ' lit l Wet ml of the train and raw that w were going praltyfa?t ?? m* t I mine JUtely alter '.bal I felt a -liirlat tnuihi.ig and wond'-t'd what it waa tanked by; ""toe perron raid that It wa? by a Ufht cnlng of the brake?; ?iw.u after th-re wan an up ;.n<! ko?u motion of the car I raid t'i < - io o'-I Hampton "Wemuat be ofl the track and immediately itroniln my feat ; tb" vibratory motion "f U>e car mentions) i,y ">li trikei 'k ti c iiuneneed, then 1 beard the cracking and 'be tear end of the ear I WA1 in nimtMnel to break in; the rj, t wax filled with duat that I oeuM not out <>n either aide of the car, in a irinnent after 'be >ri>?hing the cat became 'aAi'riarr -ome called ut ' the danger U all'vei fr-p'e -t I think ' a Coh nel Ihimpt. n aft< r 'hat I ? iw nothing 'if f l"o I H fit Mr ftrtker. Q. IHd ynn hear the whigt> t A. I clM"' >j. ak p -i tivel*. bflf my impt' -?i< n I- that i did h'-ar It W i:ne?? reiumn || ? I then w nt U> Die front of tb? ear and -aw tl.e wre'k I Iben i" i?! below and ??w Ui ro f of a car after I ^ot <n th> eraliankont I turn land ? w the ear in w hi' h I wan ?i'tin? at tight an* ? m ? the road, or.e end heing driven into the l*nk tevarh the neeT, and the other end re?ting utx>? the n-> f?o't*-? r?o which were drl en ti-vether, I 1 ?;k<-d at tb*eir?n ? f th' dl-a<'' and kaoang t at no n 'he ?? kww the p*'plerf itwrliMton aa well ?- 1 di I, I ??art#-! into Kiiflingt' n *? faat^i* I'l'tM I 1* Ueve the t*e!ie< ei tinli.fl by tbi? Jury were killed by <hi? acci lent Q. W hi* 'hat train wa? running bow taet dM it go ' A. i thounht w? ?er< ?omg la?t? la ''r than mual aal I ?af| c'l the ri?>iri wb? went ? fa*' ?a- i#'an" we weie l<ehln<t tiro?- I hail n* i?*r of a emtio, n with the New York tra.n, <J. fv. yoo thiak a li'tie rare would l att preienUei the di a?tet? A I don t kre.w, w ? wera g of far 1 hot It appeareo n r h fa?ter ' It really waa tor Litt ? ?aie?fthat kittd the < ^ratx ri* of U* mind are re. Trt>rd, U la not that plaee wl ere tha ar-' I'lwal I*" irred with n ti e eltf tin lt?- A. I Iwlir *e It la when I aaw ti?* New V'ftk titin It waa on a gnntle r?rv? Q ( oubia perw-n running In a rar;l*gr !a ? t en- 'Ugh ha?e eaeepa-t 'he rar?'> A Ith bk tl>e;ioaUl U Were yr^ running farter going up that roe-', ".an in f< tn if )<ark A 'tb yer mu h fa-urr wh-a raa i.rg p w. wera (o ag at ah-nt twewty ftee aOi' a t. ir U lr it riperienre that in rr-n? ng a train it "*u to g-her keard fat'er than la gxaf for War; A Vea air 'V I 'd yon aee the eond ietr>r. Van Vo*lrfta4 ' A going up be paaeed 'hr ugh ' i?e way ee and >p*r t" me wt en the train rnonwnr. d he'kiaig and I weat te th? flHmn '4 Mte way car i l<??tad up the r ?d ??' mw >a .*r. ttand n tie pla't rm r4 ' ? rami *ar1 l'<n%to( i V A ? a M ft aut u 1 .ker, I ? i ? on thi> g-ounil after <m? acrid-n* ?* curicl I). Had jn u any eonveraallon ?!tb nor olicui en (Uir tinnf A I had a coorerntion with the iiigiufrr, Dm one who inu on the lOu'rlork train Tor 1'hiladripUia 71ie c-oho t-i wail pre?ei?t at the interrVw. The r. >n 1 Trrrutlon VmjW place at 1 U? atcond ft ame fcouae on th turner of thf iir#r fail. Q Will yon atate the cin?*er*ation' & After tit e weietaktn fi"iu Uir rara they wer? placd mi tlir bink, I was then near tli? cvuductor but a?t la c>n rer*ttli>n with him . Minn- one rimr up and mfd to the Min(t?rl<>r, " \ou had li<-ttcr g<. up and a<-<- the engineer for hr i? (fr^nj to kill hlma?lf ' the eoodnc*?r then tuia<*<V .iroiin<t and i-sld t?? nw, go up aul ><?' bin." Hf* atarted I -wether, and rse we neared tin hnu .e ; mentioned, ?ome oar- called the rcnaWctor to on* W?i- l ' w*\ then aabed by a man earning oat of ihr gate ?' 1 k> fo in un4 re? that man " I tf.aii vent Into the 1 yard and' found him lying ik? a henrh at tb?- litfliv!.' <W?<>r, apparently in a (fTTtt deal of ti ?u - i*v I took Inld of i i*tn gently! and I i-aid " lor dear fl-' I lf<? why behwrr *o h It* an accident arit ym can't lie p it," liT*f|ii? t.?oi? the f^iuinr'.ir came ir' he a Wo ap?k? to '?ltn, but htdld n ?? ?eeni to rrrngr.fce hlin : 1 tint lr . >nf i lie am 'anil tin* "Oiiiluc t or the c-t'ief, air! tln-n took him to thfbaek pur* of the yard, when", he t h"U lem-rked to the eonductC^, culling him by rwune ?aid ?e, " it t h?*t otil* l>V?wn Hiaf whiatl tb??i* r>ei ami-- vrould not hiwe tx-en killed;" the entdtietar tn-u t-uul, " you did til >w It "#?, I did n?t," i-ai'I he, we then g>t the man ? ut oi the'/ard; the conductor left an t Miothc man took I to plnr.*; l?e fthr engine r) initiated on (foinf paat the ? ?ne whiT?the ei?r? weri' - ?inoUxlie'l , ?<> wou 4 not tx-rnill him to d ? that, but tirrm (4it iiitn to the Uordent'iwu mail . I met h>-liy with li!a l am. and (Hd t tie e Mfluerr iu a ?l ti?ott loin in hi' houee; It wa my imprruUm iln-n, (? now that tbe mat 'i!>t nut know wlml he wn- iny.'ir; I jii'lge that frum tVnwn'i condnet. Mv n Jiine ? Wa' hi' under ? (freat deal of etei ?r?<>nt' Vt'itneni -lie ?a?, we hid li> put him to b*t ?*'n aTl i . tli John Nixon afliimed? -d re?hle at Ilurlington Iwm on the ioa<| o)>po?it?> to ?h?re Hi# i ara wer? runrMiffr I did notaea tiie earn run otf, tin ear* coming <*?? n, and the fron' one tieea . l< I iiit tin m n the tiain co mu* il wn th'1 road * I I'oul'l not !<#*? 11 for the train Q. Could you hare heard tile whinlle had i( V*9a liltiwny A. I think it very lik +/ I fliouli had I'. i>?aTi Mi x n I win ! ni'ar th*' place aud hear It ei?mlni{ >ery olti u The in?eit eati. n wn- then adjourned to ^?t?rdw morning at U o clock. Till-. CONDITION Ol T3JI WOI [Front the I hilailelphie Inouirer >ent. I ) Tin* (onditlenof Hip wiiunilcl, remaining in Hnr lingt<>n, linn nrt materially rlmnjfi ?%. Kvery attention an ? 1 Undue m that a geucronx uml hum auv t?e< |il<* can Inflow i* liberally cxJaimIwI by the good fiut4'n< of our ?i*ter city, each 1 mbavoiing to outvie the other in uoblt art* of phiiAnthr< py. We are j.^i n.-^l to ful l that our predtotinn a^ to the rendition ol Mi ?. (Hlleeple, of MU*i**<.piri. luu* proved true Yesterday morning, her left leg w >v. Amputated by |? Paul (ioddard, ae-iated hy I r. J?ii? Netll and other Hhf bore the operation with an rift aonli nary degree of fortitude. Mi fi|fle?pie her hn?han l whn?o wa< amputate! the pn vloti* evening, i* vapidly ?.nkuur, and It t ?mu nlmoM imp**#dhta for the recovery of either. Thla, \ *, Indeed. a ad and truly dUre-?*lng re*-. Hu?band an t wife In year* advam ed fft ' from hoov, but not vfrhout Wind ft h-nd?. *u1!vting under ?>ieh awful clrrum*.' ine#** cannot be other wlac than harrowing to the feeling-* of the mont atout -hearted. Hotli of the above are At the hou*e of M? Margaret Fmitto, Main itMtet. titUiw t!ie rtUr<*a#<i f*?t where every attention i? i-awf to them. Mr Olid of Middl had n portion of hi- foot Amputated on 'I hiirn!? *^Rght Ma i? a* the h ? ?i*e of Caleb II. iMirtth. ye*ni* to he e;?*yy ?id in ? fair way to recover. Mr*. iJoyce, < t (jentgetowu P. C , aorn^vliat better jto* tenia y! Lea- in l.letitee?itetn. of Itiohmond. V'*., wnt Able to walU about ^e ti iday, and will havo for ham* to lay Mr*. Phillip- wa* leeched y*?teiday, ami "??em* to be itnm oving. H,r little (laughter v.*? tiken to Khtladel phla oa Tlianday night. M?- I*. .a fit the Kailtoad Hotel. The body of Hughe* H. Jenria. of Newark Dataware win fleet \y bUntifud by Mr Hugh H. M? t'?uU*y of th firm of M< Caalew A. Campbell f ourth ta! Market w t r e?*t <* I Mladelphin. Hi* reumln> huva l ts u ???? nt h ?m?* A thei e were d ?uht? about the ldcuti1.*tion of the tiolv ae deem it yro|?er to ray that Mr. HoT. fully ?altah"d all u|on that point. Mi M<\ we* deeptv affect ? 1 when the i< .italn* of hi* unfortunate tricud vrare ?h ?wn him. John I't'Kb, of hnylklll county and l^nnia ?? Han - oi (iu'tf''t'jfti College, arv al?out tyu * \ui< . Hou. W:e. It Ma? lay, of N w Y? ik? u ?w at the h?m?e of Co!. Jaieei Wail, i* in excellent spirit* and will no ? louht I e mjuu able to teach hU 'jaiua. II" m good ha ti' 1^. ami will reeeive ever> ftttefej*eu trom Col. W C harlea 1 Hey, of I'hiUdvlphia, al Mr*, ibid'*, Main Mttet, h?iow l/roaij, not ao well la*t r? poi t anuouri ri'd hftn Iheyvuth found In the % ielnltv of f be accident, and who ga ie )ii? natne ap Chaiubet * ? le lie ^t to !??* John Milln, ;f?'l fl whone mother, At e MUU resile* i #hort ?Aetaftre from lloidentown at wbi^la ptuce he w?. i |o?t on the eveuirif of the 29tl? ntt lf? i* now ?t the r? ? d? are of I r. Cha loner. Wi tiair i A. Hughe* of If ? -ton, wh -?? Arm w? btokvn and othetv im* Injure I ? m iiiq l to hl< bourn y t er?tty. Mi tiille^pie of Mix <? j?pl m- Je a will venter. !*y nf ternoon, beoueathloi( property to the am<#unt of -omt $<</$, (*?0 1 elievi? g \ fat hi- tad wa? ne*r approaching If't 111* -untainet the >ad uttbto n with tiianiy t>>t tltude. fJP.ATtt OF MR. 0!l.f.t>m AM) COMJtopOll K HMITJI ? j ititk. lint At>n piiia, r'wpt. 1 tH'V John V (lilU'pn1, nf Nf*|rh?**, Mi , a fktim lh? 4i *t*r at tlm lingt' n, <Htd at (too'rl- * thi- uttrr n< ?< n . IfU wH# I* f.nUtjg f.?-t u'i'l will n t |iro!?*hly ?* en f r. Mueb CMfumion hi^ *r !*-?*?? r*ff?rdlng Ui<- \n*\y of Mi Iftm>phr*y it t? ing <. uni'-r four ?J?fT n- at i-aim* by no l? -?? than four ?on? Ifn lM*1y i< r?t#4n'?t by th?* cor*n?r for morn j *ifect id* nttliciiiiHi TT,? Wifo < f ( "raiuo r- -rn|th Another v| ;m < f th? Hur t'.itMr l+r at th<- bou?* <>f ' H?.*?r of !i p ,N<i*itl ??T*nin|f th" tw? *ty *#c.on<l by th* <i?l*mity lb'" CorofM'l '* lt?<4 h.?? t*OU * jouto'd ? tti Allium# Antfhtr Nfiioui Hwllroe#! (Prom IIj'' I hiifid' If.h'A If ?ll?"to, Hrpf J.j Anntlx r locMfiit wrarrH on tho f'am'kn ?na \ttj y railroad, y*?t#r<tAy noon I h? f#>nr oVk- tr.??n fr? m tini'lin. wti* n ?;?j t hmjf l ilmyrn mr*? mllr* nort fc of th* # My i it'ouoicrail t?u bortci -ir ?ytv on tkf trfk Th# !<?*? toot!?* ?m th#cA?df so<l ?t w*f* m?'1# hut n< t "U- ,< ?JiUy, ?#? th# unSrnaN fr? u? the liv><? ??f the r<4?i. la a abort Urn# th* ?mill' ffriirli th# !*???#? ktllinn on# ind hurting th* * ? *. I ? ? r ?o ba<lly a- to it r?r< viry to ki ill 1 in Jh? tram ?f* ? haj j* iy not thrown ? '! 'h? trark, no r w*? any I ? f *oti iDjur*<1. 1h?* arrri4*i?t r* -**1 rrt>i',ti < <?t?t*rfui ti' ii am* i f th? {/*%?' nf?r? ##r* f< art <Uy wHb th# riR^mvrRMl ftb? 'll?^ Uf on tbi t" *0 > t a <1ay or two ?lnr* i? Hoffman on fli* Prohibitory Mw. ^ r on i th# Albany Ki^'-v It' < ii?iy A" / '* . I'MR ,'???Vwir litter a*klng it if with ? n#* ? to lt? I u t.lx ?t m n, for ? ropr of th? "1*101011 whlrh ?? Att-?r or/ '?< n? rail I kav<* to th?- rnor , In ?U'lon V> th* *tr?j<~ti? n ?ri l fon^lfwtl' nalMy of t>.' !?? for th* j;*r ? ration '-f fniffi'^rio"1, j?*ujHr??m ln? IM rw?-ifH hy o *? 1> #? of^n on to w|?lr h y* - nll'i'1" *u |fi v#i ?// m*1 m July ||?f op? n tl ' r^c ' ?t rw hy Ii.#- ?<?*? ?rnor I I* Klfl**?.'' on^f it ' p' p-r IJj*t 1 tl #*'* 'ir* m?t* nr#-?, ) ?? ?h uM *? t' * " of th# ? f It# I'etftooaily I Urf i)/* ?hj#<rtion? In tag m*4* iM tfrtt M rxit f'<r ?l if r?Ni<" n I hntr# ?t?t#?i, it ? *wH nff^r'} mm { h*???irw to r?hlig?i yon hy *Mhyor . ? . ?*?* iJut th* "Ti^nl of th? ?#o^"rn*?r t 4o ?*"t fw my M-lf nt l^i#rty to fiaroi*h tt.* ' ,fV* J"** 4+nir I iio t*T/r<*|4 'fn ' your ? ? ^ *' .U" f ( . < ' T 1 ** ti H'?VV MA Th* Irllow F*wrr nI ^?irfolk (Kf to t||? IValMni ri* -?m I J f r Joi n f. I*'?w*ll # bo up ro?t"?Ui; In *>?# ' * m n .?? r f??* fr* m KorfMI iitBt^# tf?At \ * 1r#w !f?i Hi-biff "ifil bum to r1*vn?M t* victim* iIlM jfh 11 th* ? ij*crfen>*#? of tf.r | y?cUr ? h ? ?m*t % lw yt*M mor* >uil; to 1 1 ?wtfn?-nt t js? to !W'? fi'?fc I* y ?n *h# ?*f? /'* 4' *?h* !uri<-f th? (f'Htiiif f? ? r hurt A?.< > r II'M- ?'?' M ? f-H, ?? w ? ?? ' ???.( n r > 7?ir?fi' ? r 'I Hi o* I1"" " ' ? <%? *1 I * ?"< ? ? ?r"M' *' Iamb; ? J -")h kfr. ' ? II Wl !?! l#?,. Jf tin WklUf J' D" ?n 'iW ' " " "? Ihntailay ?ft*tiwn IbM. 'fit ?4'ii **"f ' Mi* HmMm MiIm I' Ihjl'lw l?n?r I* '??>?<*'* 4/ ! !M . I* V ?? I'B ItltUMl ? # Ih- .I?k ? ? I ft Wrr -?tWn ('???" 1 ?.f Ntir 'f.ih lh?"l ' fllillTiiB f* list .??Uitkl*. I?? Hn, #> ? f" 1 *?'?? ?i?H <1au|th>w Mr> I' ' ?"1 ' '' *?*" '? * ' ?? [ ra<M?f ?* lh' ? ? ' ??" ""Mt, . >f I *?!**?' *" *?"'* * *?? 1, <r.< ?.<(.< f ?' t ?'?? ?''"?# M ??"*? lt?Vl Hurj Amo ?? Jtl?W "? 'l-"'?1 A , , ? ?>. ?? ? b??? ? ?'?At ???n ^iMMW N*?fli all l?l? ft ??4 m%l ??? ?Vi 'MM ff'Oto *h !?"? I M?M! la ?-<rk 4 Mirf M I ? h' <W '?"?> 'h# *-Vh *???!??' r4 ,, . .. a> ii ? ? '?|?'> ? H '? ?"rli ?(? tokli^r IM> I ?<?" ' Ihr Iht *U<li iMm IU> Mfi I* IV I <i?>fWU '*???.??* lu<-v? ,4 | m?U . .... tollrvlM ?M "<>?*? wbUf, ? i*f tt'f !h? .ft ?>.???? <4 tkr fftft4 |?'x1 m 'ht? 'Itr ?" ?-I'"? <tlft^ty j> a iiMtilm ?Ut? 1U I??m4 >Urt .? M ft.'* it I T> Tl orw^ftr rrrfi m I>r? I4?|H M K*wpMtA'*' W H- -* ?># Iht Hii'Wr# IV*' ?r IWU 1 ?? In S ff' "? It ? IV- MflM ti tu'M ft* l?t< ? <?"? *Mll ?t.? R'triH ?w la The Cnf>??%w? lit tile tnbrrmnlf. MKftTirO lUf MONT TO OOMMMIfOir 4TK TIIK A mvkkmuv o* th? mtcrri on on kabcioo m> I'JUt?i AITA1K ftT*0KK4 OKWKHU9 Tflk ADMIN I. * 7KATI0A . Agiw.?bi; to a call t-4U*?bjr J cjuiuiit c4 tiir* Cuban I cnnof -at. ? At hen* -, m it mNrtfaf of Ctihm* ii*f otfce* (tamoerxta, litUvi ia4 toi ??*?*? hut uijjtit rf* tli* TaberaAtV , U- ?adwa) Th? folio* .if circular iawVMkm ? v a* Uue4 ? ? T ? fuft MVImB (If %: NKJCAIH. . N'lw Ton*, Anfutt t*9v M&? . ??? \ OU IfuUjT 4C1% '#<^1 fatten 1 the tel* bration of th* fourth ?nniver*aiy ofthtf death of rCS? "nl n ""'bet unrlyra of (Shilin# If The rf n wtii t?k.* plun on the lira4 Ser**?tn her at i IV II at lli# l*U<'i tif?' li?, Ur<>a<lway p*ptH'l JO* will h >nor u* with four attendant* ?** IM? meeting of rt I fn pntrlnu ebo ?A/>*mble to paj a * t tribute to tli* memo 7 of thr rtu*pi<?ft ofmnbl c?n 91 lu< iplm in llifii nattee Una We have thr honor to remain, Ifoat rv^H^tfuUr tQUN, KHMNAMM) HoiiUUit 7 ? MIC.I KJ, 1 TOI.TON, , Commit**# lIAtftL If. RAMIKKZ, > llbt Anemia nee was riot equal to tint of ^ oe cft^on- of Ibe ?'Aim Wnd. It aeem ? t!r%t the cold of i%e ftdmlalitralAn, from whirh ho mu^h waa ?%p*ctcd, ban eoaiee liiit daiiiptn<*d the *r or of th ? heefgn d"soctat t?.*? pl/tiolj viaible la ! evening Tl e other aoclMie-* al*<?, with rmr or two eiaeption* fai Ml to * ?md delefater e no one except Mi Jul AO Ailrn the delegate fraflf thr PolUh Nocietf, and a dele f*1 e frow* the French Sotiety. The d miuxmt par*y In >f ?alco, (at' la*t aevoinM.) */an rejue ented by Mrigj dler (General Wheat. uu Auieri< ? ei< who received lin pr* tent c from Ah ares %f. M*zwewkai, of llit 1'olicli Society, fl?o appeared 011 Pi? platlbnn. Orer the fo"vm wan dUpU/r I ?j*.rtraitof NarrL-? Ixtpet, A?vt Ahoer liiin the Amm -eaft ?n'i Puhtn ft\,r a it h tl??* dati? of b>i>rt'? execu tl *$% September I IA'>I H? I w tar*? alih with the naii>*? <*f t he Puban mar t)i ? Aic* Arw?ont?*r??a. Arcta. Ueroani**!, 7a/A4, l^navidf*, !lrtiarwrt <?fj? Fa^eiol", Qhrulia, fr^itf amp**. I'lnt", Obeft<? Poral. Plan* * IViwman CHtteu ii< n Ac . . aii l '^QAatli all the mot t* ? - Honor A l*n Jfi lirfi d * Cut* iA?e >iench rr-1 r?*pi 'j4i< un an 1 Poliata %*?*!?* at* ? ?U?piayej* The er* A the Cuban ho<'let/ w??fa emblem* UM/Uinin^ and#'b? <We</ratl"n?, thoMgh a?9tnbre a# beo tin* th<* o;< v *?ie tn tj<?.?t t iat?* 1 he p?<? eed.n/a. tU^u^li a'Wertj#?* l t? fommp rc 1 htifpatt?, did n<*% e*?o?men? e until net #1/ half p??' ^ vlitn tliry *? r** it'tftirated hjr a f^'.nntar/ ??o 0 1 ga n . ^^n??r Toiii t'M-v?*e*l the and'ence ir% Kreneh, &?li and .KpAnt*h. W# had r ?me h^rt h" itid U? r?*? Urate ti e l??urth ur n vrrtMtf of the death of th<* i.nm > Nai ? u ? I "j.ez It v?a- n -t Mil> the ( ijhan rer- luM . ? P atna * to Im* cotnwe:iai!WBte?l, but th# rnue of llbertr oter I he *"i'i M'heer<*.> The/ (the Puhan . ^ 1 1< ? t'fon 1 >p>e e-t ib*? hope that the 9 1 ?r ?<><!? ea"?,* m * ? ir j imM t'? t?% rtt,ry hrtit in the w-mWy l'b?* in** 1 ',iv of uittrtyr- v">t?l 1 Ih i v?' deAr to nil lover* ?* ibtitv. It ther fell xU*y Ml gl 1 tou 'lr and in a f! ?? . eiute M ItMf ? deleft ? fretw the moun'alfi *eetlnn of ,(r* 1 i # ?> It ?>? l?*t v hrU'Hy A^Uirrt^ed the atadienrse in hi* "* n l?r?fnage. If<- ?dt o# i*??<i with inuch ear n??*tnea? a pia ? f t i ( ? fit t it I AmerW 1 r*|ii|Mi to In* hide MtSloo Cu t <. H .ri Inr 1* .S'ieuraifoa A' A- an I averted hi? 0 1 # t'??t the t ntte <\ htAt"!* of North Ain^ilOA Wi>atd tea Mmitm ncd hy ?u< h a moeemeot. M' Jmian Aha* iep*e?ewt;itlee #.f the PoUah A* ? ? ti wi v ;i? next iutr *>duQ#<i. He aald tli a t th? ('?ib?n* ..>? ?* Uv4 *vet aith All kind ?>( ^-poalt Ion from ermtnir' I and th? -a" whot?h? nl l '??* their f<t? nd^ at hmne. V* f lie** In Abut ia railed ah Independent r?*put)ii Hut in tha' infiev< iMlen ? ?in n .At 1* not Aib?we?l to bet . th>?* * ho Ate opT- r t??ed aHro^ t? ( l/md fh^r# ? w* ?b"tild in?j til ?- why 'hi* I*. It 1a I?#m-am ? ? the 1 lh er* of th n repiibtf'* In th? pact iwm t?? t^iiiik 1*??? >4 di .ii f tb*-iif ?liit y, than '4 1 "?n^ iotf#. dtue4 aftrr their terta ??t i? over t'v'lia Qne n of Krtitland mi the mo* t p?d te (fentl?*trian in Aitttf" 1 1 1 i?.fhti r end ? he? r . ) Th** |>fe?er?t ofti ^ ?? rnar hop" for newetli 1 1 ^ from M^'ea IimiImI M? .imwIiI " Puba re rittia* In bond1 and tlie American linff - inaultlet, and ii? trdo - i? gained. ?a?r K run' -nt *? ran not onl y antioua to do it* Out/, hot a litth* mor* and not aati? Hut wMh the uppf oVa4U?n of th* Atoerlnanr ther ?*?*??*! to A?r?t tl.e i-rai"" *?t * U the ahra<Ad Mr ffco ij{ li- a ? n 1 to rurop* *i?'l 'tM?ii|jht ttja Hen^peroe \>i* a trry n'ce p< 1 - m Kr All?*n next ? ef?rre?l to the K ? *40 e . 1 and * *ld that many of tb>? peraon* ehii Joined i *1 it a **? ? now rnliicei to * #a ?afy by th" '*?**?) < iHne ? f tl>ei property l?jr jfoeemnment ' ??nt rare tr> !aw lie tTo Lgl.t thai fUf "Uiafa frtitu abroad rame her** an I I *u -tia lr.l Ameriran "tlu U? d*^|a>ti?mv Inatead o hntig fine rte?l t% r*puldi< antun. *lr A?ler? thoofh* tl aJ tl ? jmvi -pie aih ? *?jie a*. ??<-rae t*? th?* ann? ca tl- n of <:?ha lieeanae It won Id hrln^ more alA*ea lnt'? the riiuntrjr ou^H' to remnm'^r ttmJ. thai?* Are tni'i| white riave ther# If we 'ntinut fre* thr ttrngf^n in ft?e tin white* In r* nrla?liin he ?u?d that there nicer wa a atro|r|f!e lor liberty tn an/ |art of the Wofid un U?-a the I ? le* wrre tlir?r- an t ho < oui l {. '-J/*- a!i th* nt length of hi - *? ? iet; to ai?4 < 'uba nix u thr tii*>*- ahoul l c? . *'? AM ?i ? rt*??rk* rt?*lvtv} with muck fmt*r < m < (*l W 1 1 f ? t -< ii i,t T m? tJ**? lit hi fn? ri ' ? f I Mtaf! .il^-rtr !!*? #> wl U'Do ?i?} (???> tljfH ? Wuul4 Vi'tMl thftt 1 1*? \f ?/y|n It* *ft(irt>l t|mr? (Mkl not *o bull I * t.uij.i# t? wr ? ?h-?ul*t tnuch >b< W i " ' 1Hm t law r ImmI (iN>a r .<* r*$ui .? wn ' nfuii Hut lh*y wIchMljr ' jfht In II#** rit i'l* \hry } *\ I *?? r, |?.,nUM<l *fnl I ? tfei *vif fn?r I ??'?. i !*!?? ri*<ii 7#for l.itM* ml I !; t|?t '!'? It < Wt ti^h v <S 'if ? . r?a*. > f f/? th* (? W ?? r?'.? I hp. vft to ft*/ ft ill ft V. U- HI, >r*t iMBf ??f y ou . but I ?Ul my ib*?i? a*vprtbrl*?? 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