Newspaper of The New York Herald, December 25, 1856, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated December 25, 1856 Page 2
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TUB TRIAL OP HITTING TON FOR FORGERY. More BvldtiiM fcr the Tailor's Hlll-Ue wuli ?? Admltor?W L? qiiar-KaU off Silver Wihm -H? ? Band of JBualo lo Whll? A way the Honra?Smohea ?|i the TUto-Knlceuu a W'omau from Slavery?Objeeta to a Flea of iManlty Waau to Pay |3,UW) for a AVam of Horma? l>aye $70U for a Fair of Vaaeo?PereMaaae a Wti|hliM( Two Poind*, and Another ^H||hl?( t.VI?Bmploya Men ?ervanta, MBid Set vanta and Orooma .C?Hoo? lleva fo|iemeutai aboot Wall Street, COCkT OP OIMKKAL SESSIONS. Before Judge Capron. Dk. . 34 ?Tbe tnal of C. B. Huntington for forgery *M rtcuDQtd ibis morning. A ... Dr Jobn Simmons, examined by Mr. Br,M. te^Oed ft.fo.ton,-la? a phyloU.,.^ Bontingtoa I. h* youib; I wont to Uea.yaW aaubljb railroad busings; I U?? became aoquitarted wUb bis hiker for I purcbaaed furniture from him; 1 observed that barles B. Huuilngton bad ft very ourtoua mftaaer and waa . rr??ic; bo brought mo ft note o?a dfty purport mf w cemo from Mr. Stall.. nt lag U?o lout of a magnet; he then took tbe note from mo ud said, "!?'? only ft Mko never acitd;" wboa be came to my piece be used ftiwftyt to scribble tho names cf tbe resldeata 01 (Jeaeva; 1 Mia il a?a ft dangerous prftotice to be .cribbi ng pao ?ic'? names. Ccaa uamtscd by Mr Hall?1 hra ?<?? In the city wee ft catdldaio lor coroner, Honi'.agton from 1841 to 1*45 bad ft boj ish appearance and Wfti full it fun 1 bft?o i?d person* scribble in tbe same way o'tentimea By ite Our?If BoPtlngtrn bad not been on trial and hi* pec alia rttlf. oabvas*ed, would you h?ro distinguished a?jtbu.g peculiar about Mm? A. He was not ft b?d bjy, Dbl bad a ; ecu Marly rrra'.lc disposition. jamea E BatWt wW.be ncit wtineti. Hit testimony was a* follows ? 5 am a lallir m Brtadaay Hanling*. bis been a cvstini*r of mioo for tho tsl yean; be ka? netn a very *ood cu.tra-r baa bougtu $o00 or *.00 worth du. .ng ibo aat year be would co.no '.n aad order ? coal :#o or throe pa<rs of paota'cons and ?e..U: ho .OHIO only resau a, io* minute., and n^vor aided tao be wau? ?'-aya buy the best quiiity ofg><>df I Lu.utd .b'.iiif no hai i>urcne-?>d twenty Oveor tbifty viair* ? Z,'a?!?.e!ftt-ou^ eight ooau and tw^-y vest.; w toe h|i, r: ? g of al? c eauugs 1 n ed tJ ere 1 b n, >Jt w .am tto a'fJiMf ?-?tt 1 a?ld I,to only lo. c?*b . I would no. trTa*hiu>. '*<??? I BftJ a eitBc.Hy Dim. a. d c? ctuotc v.? b m only 'jr caab. do ta* not taxed. fo. t d?.m? v- -a?? > ?r "<? >'' *?\ 1 ->.1 .'<?<? - ">*" tbould > ot beao?-*tra??cau^M bt' \ rt'' liO' Itb'^w a? 1 ,u* 1 "M maa'J?K ci-Mb ?ba> cit Lu ii.ef? was llWt oraor wa? ono pur of hmTb <>oi-: areTt?> v,sto, and bo aided that "I ^gbt lr*. ,p\.b k !tMugM be waaied Oo?a eaa"'.ne<t or Mr- No; ?s?Tbe laH orJtr wm , 6 ab at no ?. Ui Oi - ;em.vr. ae wouil tatec. in nutcrij f r It-* lat t i?ant*l<?>js, woovt a ?*ya tat. i?,b*ti eo.Hd ??> dea-tnaU ?e <wor o. th. Moth lor the co?i ne?. r tuev bm ?<>t?i? ? v ?or war- ch tt.urecareti'l lo nt. a-ieq- .o..?o^n be deftii wi.ri !?'? ;ir?l (e -levated tin ? ,* \ lax- DatMlotW U ??!? wn'i ?> '<? b*B*? ,,,...1 .! .. s !.)? uniaJ t>Jl J or a r?a^^b'? mil /cut' UK 'or a v,ar ; be ?< "lo ten?-r?d? ca l n and to h ? ' " 'u *r ea r e um 0",*U ,w w ma k*?; ^ C abrVl,5vc?.V<r; ? news -I resHe ta Buf h -> a i.ugtttr o- l-r?el Hjntiog'ou u nv *'f? ; bar.? ?etn i 'Mar c. B !ls?il?|'on I r Vns flrat t mo ? ,3 or M wars cM then . a:d do. mow him p r son*"f /ear. after Ibat. ba. J^rf o peoaaar.t^ S^i'ktM 'ami.y ; b, baa oorre*;?a?d an! aaa.-i x. Ley to nt p f.'o ? operauaa# ; w wo .pr^f .? c-c to I1 a 'Jr%. ?, fj. tie wMtec o pctbaae raUftWe mer nawll?? n. li'.tooeo to ftiuifr?t? aua tou? m.*o a ?r.'ai ca.i o' tuoa'-y .1 C'd u?-i p.y ise dratt. far . tnou< -t *! " wm ???uctbing wr .eg fto-ut M wueft I cam-i O N? w V' l* FfcU J*'00 tnl1! <uo ttiu pn>c??a ot atolwrftv m7u... o ??"'d do; ? occted ; 1 w.nt wttb cm to wbcre "Bf,Xr aaaVe; . kl 1 wa. l-r,r??l oy tb? wft^oh^o man't t i w.t* ? -o" 'or eaibmi : '.3 'be epriog or w.no.r 4 ? L-* wrUv ; ta- tval.ua '.oat a ??<^6 o( land n^-.r Fi c? y co .lo b. t ul op let* ard A 3.000.?M realla:4 ' J , at.ru 1 u colt Ui V, ao e.Ji thx" ope rlZ ui a ??: that ue o-aou ? s^Tadioacoft-c 4 brteg amllli?? andI aba. o t-rW. ? i -ythlaa to do w.th uk L?4ryc?^ narv i tir.t b * 1 U bu liraerio* in Hj-, tnow $otr. .f b . " m tnd down..' It I81? nc waa wj ^ tide-.' be ncaived $',Ui0 Irota in? in tto fall of ID U were otitsr in lW9; in 18Ai be broai Jjaii? wett i"ic, UK waa prevKua w bia pirchaa^^a ii. I. b- ?e?n*tt)?d \n ta .ictdi cl.cuMStanaai y W tn i^ti ?n in i hi*iter o?r Uvioa and rftflaamei lit" * ,,.' i thaurti U? waa ooiDg won th? foro nart c lr 11' 1 con t Wn w cf bia cftviog ft?y ?'d; jafe Sllri Ufel he b*r%mm poor; be wrois V> me . ^ lo a " . UI4 Vd mm to. .?<< amo?t, m .Id >o< r?ci*>r 'ram tki? ull l-d-i. ?n ?>? ^ 14144 M !?aId"J to t Cal.l 'rma a?d I aa-t^u a m. no remUt?d ?t r f >ur tEOO?h? I w.. Dot aware of hi. "T tnaf 1 thm* ?? t^e fm4l of '*64 be die toroethJif 7 wfeMh ri.- ,'hum Booe m">ne;; I <lidno; Itoow a greet d?tl ftkocttum in !??; Bl/t wri1^ 10 m#dU^!!5i^2 ^.JrJL -. anr o ISM ?m dot?f raoo.?j ^.U.^?T " wa^i s.wYo-k ?? ??e .prtug and r?e 2.DM ^r,m?T. oaw-d .u.g . tool baame.. m , d , ,Ui Kaat Twnty aecjnd street bta style i :trfc wu wy ??*??: h? ? DermanaaUy ?.d owed noibtn*. hia cap tal bo .a d DM 114" OUO. 1 toll him ta.t be W-ta 1'^*.'." bub for ? man b.npg ?o m.ny creditor.: t do. t -P. ? he ?.b "ned hi* reitaf 1 tot t him if ke waa mat ug ai< b itioDty he should i?y op i^wL" imeka bo use n No H Twettt second tu^rt. ? w?s L? Terf7iMnaiT.iy fnmbbed tb. recap-.l .n rwi" w, ? T??*!?. iA u wwire lirailof. tbat it waa a. S be had ft t^ealorauv r ZZi I I BOW noihlag of gold spaona, bla psr.ort w^re ?r^--n r, vw.-o*p S? ?^t7,C0kt>5 tbare waa ft mft*o?0oaat ??be ? ^ vtairwny ; 1 u. Cr?tood .hat aunUn?tM bad ft band of Zr. ' J, .way th* time, b.t nirer bea"1 u. my ZSZZms"* Vork ta July or Aogoat -t maywr and Hut ULLioo w:<l blm that be wantea . pftir of btrww I ??dl m ?St?akcUd ao: be ld?n .led a.lb Wash. fc, llPt 1 MM that HaktBartoe w?i an on ml' tatad tea mo- ft tor a xcaitcaay'im than to ?'.i ai'trt Htnt aitoa ta lb< ?rea?eat atnoter I er rr mwm nyli e he has br?. told ft yraalm?r m? that m ?o?'d ill btm 1 nertr licw ntn tee >p U, t*oep\ 5LT? tbe Cyorv wr> he did no' matr any prortroa lor hto hi* prueporHy ; ^e c wW met it:ep e'.U >u U rniTs^ or" hgkT I formed that opinion of Mm m ItR'i I ha r been .opreb?n?l*e lalsly that a, aqjld hTiT~i". ? f> bear ot bis failure TrtTY CtT U>a l> did bia f/I'Dda bla w:f? tWW ? j.? biiort bia arreat L? r?m.ued tcnal. sum* o' mj .y ta ber at Uiat t'me bt dil not fife her larg^ ?otu?, 1 d toctnfs o ,'s in B.fialo, Or tbe wa. a. Syysr?ui?.iw?5w i" ji-?"?? ? a-t.cles I wa# tk hit ofi<? 1. Apr'l la?l, oh'. r^aa ?mi a aad a,?.? ft aoi.ar to r*leex ht. w-a tmm ?a?ery HoBuagtoa gwvs kf a j.1.. o in oa ?..ow f he fc*a Bad. objact^aa ta tka deioa^ rfiiTii t- nvenedti Tbe co.rt-1 teiak it a a? amner J maay of tbe qi aat lea* ttai hare b?.? pal 'A F A ,. ao you kiuw raiauv. U? th a ob|?noa rVh?. ^.ir? ?B -ew vork 1 ^Vb^en^w ??ya'WBi'SS Ca't* r-olrl be legally sob?t*Jit?ated ?or t i I tain. !*** ' _ffT ln04 p.r.a I Wotigki tt Woald oaai . Migma 1TeTam"? fntdopt. cbft tteory bu, *r Eont nrwo . fse i? fleetly ci??e?ied to tbot Wmwt*- HeeUogt >e **4 taroodnct ooa.d al. be Hill IIH w.th aia taao s >aro. lITtaid U.rt tre oaTeaee wootd rast a ati#aia on w fa?l h me MMamre h,m if be o 2l_ M waa tnaily usemataa to a^Baaai ?? ..^rr.??rtr.^.e? 'mFZZZZ* tC^.S'wa, Uml-lbla b0 that wtch-^t to i -oTe 'tat Haatiagvoa eou.i aot d.aerimi. 38 ^ ?k ftiic?p4o4 w? UMilK ee te wneir^r * ^^JSiVnSTV- ahaard, ..?-???. md ?? i iniiini1 wiab 11. Matory ?< ornae. At lb ap ZLL^xo ponod te wan Id prewat What be claimed 10 be SLd aatkorlty la *?P' MM to that U.eory. fla had em.ultcd the mo?t om'.aeal medi al autborWaa. an _?!< aroTe by aererai dmtti.uiaked ?embers tnrtlT, mat Hurtiagto. wm '?aaie Tr" :ialf?t AUoraay re?ar*.-i iWW ww ;??f?biediy oarreet Is .rery ^UUfect < aw that k. ^ '*\:?zrzz:"jZTJZZ rM jrr-r'wtfflss-ia.1^ -...i J lMlMl bm"* btTSndaot. a. niomrati tg w"m tte hilS^r of dCnml SSin bHw^ right and wr^g^o, -nleerMly.^ H -wT^f hod Ui ao-na S2T5Si J2?t?^B?d.rd he bad na^waatbe one ?a wk?k ai! tke ?rlke.ae taaat ftaod. Mao of ao ag ,y ^ n,>u,,n? "i,r bMeea to do wttb tae nt >o** '*/ -be J idge thoogbl the i??d' -a waa a '<**. aa 1 l^SS^SSSSs r? hTbftd a aUt-ager satB.I Vbe de fa 'hi' witneat to?? Hon ? -ti?r bMt nnt ehftt waa eallO' "ordtltory tiotisa* c. par ty " Re eoold tfteratoee. ftdmitthe 'laaatlea^ W ?^_| akotid Ih ua ibat b' bai any oe-.?T inretboaght la b ataaaatraa?aol? ?k Q yon tanw ot b<? deatrac-.Teae'*? A. I btva ao pari?uw r*.'; ?.? law Mra tluBliogt' n tls le imr bnnta la Mr iioBUnftoad BfA go nut w.th her. ah. spent .oma sld?Ma i?.fora(or,? to BiiTala; .ba ?uid at '? d?in Hall mr tbraa weeks H .Btiagtm. waa aat ikartk rbe had a set rant with fcer, bat ao ekn Iren. tbe drrwaea he >M1i were cTi-eaalee aed po* ? ??par at a tre.a-, Mr*. Ttaot'net n waa ge.< rfttlf rery w.ll dr<w?ed and wof" a ' at ot ral.ahie ,?w.lry I tb.nt her lewaii ??* grw^ deal m rat .a . f ^ t fc#ow Tf * I IM?* h- w,rdr.h. waa ... ..nroaire she remained abo*t foar wt^hs at MTS^yS ?rota to ?a wbm aha wm my honae nr n -a Mt#r, | tare a ways a. tbera. Idtd ??Mp^er''toe ?. r rr'benoed aa eiplo* ok K*w thai he -lid any ?SliiSmm cf?. ??'*" tula of torolhougM; Atom the auw ta whtah he oagrtod ! Mi ideas uto -? ~m. ud very ?Hn|ul haMta, I I looked lor a ai ura, espaotaJty wlUua H?o tart sis maalbs, Mr Ksadali told em ftratot hia fargartea ta 1851 t>? Mid Ifcal nuarag on Milt nut ?f Kr QefBa'a name, ud mlget Uto been Miit to tbe State prtsoo bad not Mr ti. t)?fn kind; 1 feared tbat be would tall booaoao of e?m 1*1 ib Illegitimate operations; ay Idea waa that bo ?os 1 on destitute o( oautton tbat ba would ret the confidence of 1 buaio<?? m?a aad abune II g> sally; 1 apprenendod nls failure, (Viai a want of integrity ia his actions <J. Wd anything ociur to you teat it waa ueoaosary to raatrata ! tim, in the pround of imbecility ' A I thought so id tbe I muDit of aprii. igiti, I remonstrated witB him. ij Bit I 1 refer to ?gal restraint- A No, air. Ilaoungtm never I laid ma bow be bad acquired bta capital; bla father wrola to aao lb a bia oouuael suggested tbe pua of IntaBity pcrinna of tba op-nmg speech of Sir. Bryaa wara read '.n ha family consultation; home of bla letter* to me were wild and laoooaratt, aapeoially IB regard to hia visionary scheme*; ba did not, to my knowledge, make any provision tor Uia wile's fam"v; Hanttagtoa baa caet ma several thousand dollars, la 1&50 i 1 accep.ed arrt paid drafts amounting to 92 ooo ibe I draft to pay tor tha liquor waa given b causa ho said tin I waa going tc make a great deal of moaey; hodilmi maku sny false rapaeaeawtiona to me, to mv koowiedg* when to asked lor amstfp; taeie waa a BuMslo Oomet?ry got up I got it np aai ertf. n connexion with Mr Kaa caii HoadaftoB bai nothing to do wlih It, and li ia now iBBcocetaful cpcratioa; I knew nothing about the And'os ooggin Company; Huntington t>ld motnatbe was gutng to make a gr> at aoal ot money by selling lot* ant circa latit>g notes; I dlu tot understand '.aatsb. ban* ? as to be a iwutlous attain Mr Haudall askod ire l? go into lb? speculation, bat I declined, bavtr* ro conB leoo; ;s ii tbe span of horses my son saw to Hjfalo aud wbinb tu d-slredto j-U'eba-o tor Hantioatoa la July, for $6.lOO. ?sere vety fast, I understood ho hsitli. u.?rsci st iQ'e time; ha tokl me In April tbat ha w*' eswbiubed oa a pertLsxeet oaaia and owed uoibing; be in! J me hn was making mone> 1b Wail street: be -eld ba *a? aim* arh Mr Bishop, and one day imro ucjI mo to bun b.' asid in ? letter to me tba' he wad making m bey 1 like a streak;" b? paid me four or flvu thousand dollars ia th; tumuier, scd I c nslde?ed thai ho I p4-j nothing; I do nit rttognise whoee haodwiuing tL.s on liie ;>aper banded to me, except the pencil wrr.icg. wUca ij in Bnntiagtcn's own handwriting , the worda ire " paid " By a Juror- ij Ol what did his wife's jewelry ouiisut ? A. llracclett, rings, Ac By Mr Xoj er?the jowelry was rent by express from Bcftalo to Now York to tbe care of C d. 9unilagton be tore the arrett; I don't know what baa beooioe of It; HuftiugVn a as artetted tbe cext da/ aft ?r It arrivad Mr. bcre put in rcv?ra! juitgmorit'i brought ' sgitist Hrraiogtou "ay varlcua pwlea, amounting to | <133 J'.o 47 Uy Wr Brsdy?Wtrn nantingtoo tald that ho wat< irakiSK u>on<}' like a ttrtsn he Cil totisk ..r tuo loan ol sr> BWM , pau uci Barry deposed aa follows:?I am the lather or Bui.!iM;oij> wife; I reside la New London; bava b on a tba bi bit ot s'ltHiej Iia?)t>ny'ou wheu ic N'rt<? Yi-k, oil busii ? -s, ? Mch ??( sail u?' irg; bis w:*o and roildreu la?e e?u at ni> tocse nerval :>iaea; I *->.:ld bot i:ae to uamt ihe reastiiiiUila was in 1^54 or^S53. -iistuid aooui tigfct if >:iit. ; bas uoia there altoe; 1 iiavo tskea sare ol iai- rM'di*.c most?f tbe time. I tWt kaowa Unotlt gtou lo froiuer.t.y cat h's t ippt' a aad bj^ts to a eousidera*! e tlUcl; b?vo visited Ms fair iiy burto^ tfce pas year In T?*Biy ?! ;ucd s'it?>t; Mr C':itk ics.i.llna iha coa?t:ti>u Of bla bit? * correctly; 1 unders' od that somi ol b. i vaace mat INn <? h. I kuow ha ha-1 a very amail d.><; ?noula ibu a it wuiahtd two pc,.iida, o?t S in; be had onothir a*>'' < ne which wcigbeii lf>? p-iouds h" ba rear'y a Loi>e'ol of ef rvaatsua trg bla ?ifa'a aos* nca, I sfcau'd ttmt fc? h?d eight or ten?men scrvaats, ^room* ' Mnm au.i mau tKMM: ||mN thxk t-h?i lata [ drirera liu two greciB*; IiUiliII waiter, a u^okani si jk.-u.ti two . 'i-.oite-'ni.ds, t tuv of tUi^a *trodn etmr/?u tv mre bla wtf? eamn home; n? ma*e parobasea ucariy tTrry day whi'o I was ihtre. he bad meala aeeved bp as aliver on .h* ja^balh whtJo I was tnce; he waa [articu.ar a^cut t.s tt?-a!s; lam bot able to siy ho# mocb big diLBi rs oiwt: 1 kcow toth'nic ot his breaking Uiirgs i. tbe house, tor of a aompltous banquet oelu* pit] h . . juu b< BlltlBK .town tj it c one; ' knew he was trcjrart/ * ? ?b e 'or h!?""!'; I Irotn- ho p :r?iased ? pltM ol lar i ?! Yf i keis abofily b tare bta arrest, for tbi )>'[. re || ? r? .:t f t a oWci.ing tbiulu , id^o mat tbe aibtyle save to bis wtfe ivm in small ^uaauiles, so murb rot?\-.i ?r e ?? J rrrtrat , again?t thetrlfllag aoounie 1 he aid s.'ireibitig of bis bav ag a project in rlew to trans pert ,c< lo raian-i le ltt t-*" ot my i"oe at tbe ?kiuti raTe mor y , iiey lealdo at Detawaru; their namaa am Jion.tr and Krancts; Mr. 8tl*-y'a lawyer went oa aid got the money hark; tie ws? in my oeb'. at the tlmo of bis arrcal; 1 j*id nun y on ht^ drait, amouni.eg t.) aeve ral thi a'acd Q<M!ar>; be pail me sev> rai ;hon?aad dol lars, * ??there h a ?tai00 IM trr v-c'1;-? nr NMnl pre-er. s fnm I aav!> ha ! u aiiu.ty with iura hnc?()j? be failed U mtcv nu liaOtlit.ea; bo was tu UahaMlol dnv if to auu trein Wid suettln h;s carriage. Cro's exsir ned by Mr. Noyes ?I hare he^n drasra ia b) Hem ?ttor W opo or >7 910; I have accepfvl b:? <iran- be prom-siBg lo meet them when they becamo doe; be W to. Uoao in every instance be borrowed my Botes tu the amount at $l.*40t; I bava not advanced credit to h ? s.t id I asked him lor money during tba last jear, be ju.d me g 'jo or SbiO; bo made bo excuse lnr LOtfayrg me'.he balance. 1 bare ht-en in New York ?ererat . mes atnrg ihc year;! raderstocJ he had paws ?a thr<e ??? 't-..u < hurctna?r i. ft 1'estiji r ?u atd IflMMHM:duiuig tba laat year Mrs. BaBlmgioa at ttbood tl>? C;UropisliaB church, 1 so prions he cut bla booa to ease ttriu jxirbai'S lor corns Was .be little dog a isi ci* a rtriM1'?. or a K og Chsr|ct a. I lan'taaf ?nat k:na t was I under?t*ni that ladies'dugs are i ush> did not uBitersund tbat it was bod*ftt lo/ Mrs. BunttDiili t ilarge dog was fcr tUs hooae; he bads k*s>B?! Ii lor btm tu ibe yat I \trir Hnniin.7*rn nad a nato to travel witb brr 1 prasama I itM asBtios tbat 11"l' i |HM bad te>o cnany frrvania, I tbongbt H-.cilagtoa was pr i M faM, bet don't think I spoke to MtUe*bim or Hi ? ? ibsil t] tt.c silver dtshoa were kept in a large lrcn is > 1 uiu tot aptak to tt'her of iLem aoout tbe in coiatsi< t.:y of havlrg so mui costly Jcwelrr; b<; xoae VBca fa*.? ?urrrtuoi.a Junes: I sho :ll -all them "coxi" dirners. ifcere* wtre stvera cour*ea, aad ibo thlag wm (M < Mj ile cewk was ligllib; tno Ice bus nees ts ?try p'otluble in 'roptoal etiaMsa. srpociaiiy if yon can fMNtfeora ho put my two s .na into boaiooss 'n W;l Ktcgton. laat ?|?r vg IMMVsNg irat IttttgfMpit tfiem two or three tfci ?sLd dollars. I bava blgh: sons; I tave sots ate weiiag lo tbo tnttisla on he notes I now sec. can t say tbat tney are in tb'ir handwriting, an 1 hod no (cnvcrsatton with Bt>n logton relative lo tbe ncos William A. Tnreere examined by Mr Bryaa, toatlfled ts foitcwii ?1 :.m a Ii try 'table keener kars known ? Mb|HllM Haf be kept from arisen to twenty borses at my siaule they were road and coarb btrses. be bosgbi somaoumgbtaad someb<- 'swapped ' be Stafetaa with me irom May to September; bo fitted t|> a pr vatu s*able in Twemty seventh auoet; bo boogb! a pair ol gray borscs at the Bet's Heal fo* (100. and gave a check of SKO to a nan to pay er laem and to d k.m to keep tbe baiancc be bengfci aaotbsr pair wttAout seeing tbem, and paid mora lor them loan the owner war tod; be was no mdgo ol horses: IM horses sroui t fi asnky bo seerreso to ibe stah'w ,n a bad condMlaa;ka (?id til.Of 0 ar glVCOO for one gra* borae without took iBgatt'; nls carriageo wera stiver mouatel and got up la tbe test st; e. ba bad seven or elfM oarrleges, aad wss in tuc baott of eicbangtng ttem tor otnora; bo bad three rr'n t?> Irx.u a'trr I ? tmrsas at mv ataste Ills cus teniaev for gentlemen to '"ara the room'ng to thsalahie keeper 'lutlingtoa bad bla own gioon? tn ono'ostanca be gave g'sO to a mm for holding tis team be hat a gray horse aai a aorrel oe.e in tbe care or tiecrge H F?rle HuBiingtoa told me tbat bo bad aold tnim Ii tim. Id sard Carey (a colored boy) waa tae next wltress He was examlaod by Mr. Mrs an He said ? i was to lluntingtoa'aocp'oy waa Mrs Huatiugwa'l coecnmsn I went mer ea tbo 7tb of la May aad remain ed until he waa arrea ed be owac i t ibteen boraaa. he bad s-v?b at cvao time be bad four ct'r.ag s bo wra very HOeral wttb his m oey he us*-! to give me porqaiaNao ; ba ?ad seven serranis m bis house ooeaigot Uiere waa maale la tae b xta< cob rising at a 'rasa band. Boattngton ltd not play on th; ? oM. It was not a apoetal oorastoa; tale was la Juty; I spent ssoat of my uae in t'je s'abie ba bad bla atabie . r i ? :< d 'r isi iy th 11 at-<vt ? m r 'svs before hia a? rest tbe stable contained I brae hires* at toe In* of I. I srreat 'ocr boraaa were aoid by toe aaaignaaa also one carnage aad a wagoa. Cress examtaad by Mr Noye?? H? save me >V> a moatb I rsoatvad tto fenaa aim pesvio-ts to going Ka*t wttb b's '.amity I weat to New London wub Mrs Huo tisgton Mas Barry. Mrs. Maatlagton and Mr H. ware in tbe beti.se ibe mgbt ibe ><aed was more By Mr Brjas? Mr I' ot'bgioa paid tuf exooases to Mew I-on S so ?bo gM Mr R. gars ao wan a perquisite. Will am a n> ler riannoed by Mr Brady ?l bsve hesn a the t< nbor bnataeas bars known Host s?v>n stooolS:7 ' y iranaactleina snth bta bare oeoa ranons I soM b*m lumber 1 waa ? I tba firm of Foster h \ aoos I rand did bo! seo a ebeok thai hod bean f nged on that firm bear : tbora waaacb. -* tn the baadi of Mr Thwiag, a broker, for g.v o nepedi I e^t e . ea him. and ha aa i HasMagioa bad uaea it up I aeror stgaed any so. a rboetk Mr Porter waa sol crews STam'aod fredartck W. Istkiogwa, esawluei by Mr Brran.de poaed in e ibalance aa .oilows ? I am a ,ier? is Mr Hag gotl's es'sbltebmeri Hnct ng oa hoognt the l>aat of srerrtbtsg wo had; onr's n Urn fnrntahing trsde le purcbsod tbrao dossa shirts d iriBg lis last year, bs t.e er asked tbe prloe of aajtbing the gnods ba ptr rbos-d wer? sent to bis bouse, aad ba aflerwards caiiet aad paid ;cr tbem be weenid sail for a packet baasker t btef. asd aa tt la iny bnatneoa to sstl a? mncb aa I can I asken ma lo take tbo to*, ahull ha dM. Edward P lay, examised by Mr Bryaa ?Rare kaowa taalBgvn twenty >n yes bocsme aaqaaiated wttb him a i.enera. whoa no was at school haaaodloetl Bear me hearted rory peeutwrly, he had asors Beck, aad bo sold there waa something n b's bead that bu-t bin, ft won Id reters htm tn pn|> hat'-onto! bis boad. Mr Taylerr tbo ecbooimnater. r< nnired h? pnplls to fhr a tab wiitten excusen when they were late Haatisfios. >>s oas oconaton, wrote aa a ease nod sigsod bis folber's Bine to It, we ou.iwl htm " B-niatula," Mr Taylor sai l la MsaMagton, ?? Who wrole this enoso"My fat bar " "Why did jmi say yonr father srnts that etonoo " ?? Bsnauae ho aid he stto?wards ate tte-t ih*? no wrote t m ? were required to masn 0MpMMI| aad when be was sakod tar bia, It prored to ho n copy oat of on s of oar ?' Headers," osr later wrote on it, ia naptkSi'*, ' tolaa." aad after procnr nr the b>.k, made Boating ton read tt aineid be ' I ? did r< | kao ? n was tn tl e book; ho sgrood to gtre ma M one lug if I wooM lood iim siapenoe tbo till dsy be name k> school he had Ins j iad be gare them all tn m? , , ? i . . ? ? ii* seante to nap aa oaadp artftri ma a haedkercb ? ' ae le-urlty for a sntli r>j or|t?ttiog to keef. bis prcn.ire, he set4 t#o baodkari hiof is poors," oao dsy be <aas to tobonl with his hat rail of candy, on mHw oooantoa bo took hia kntfa and aorapei off tbo ?, ?' <;? f S 1-bair Into a pnper, and next day t ?aM't to Dr a'ter :or H M wvn he wanted a pie-a ol paper be used to tear a leaf oat of a book, rege. dicse >jf 'la raino. . . Croa examined b; Mr Novas?I lira In Brookiya I ceMnmnatoatod tboas fscta a few lays ago to Hinting r none!. a friend roqueetel me to goaals'aMr. IfTss f "t . /"r ? as |.on I" *' ?'< a f bo feaewd la be good aa?ured, ? ; ?ry ree*te?a sons Unas lw oanid i-a-n treti a i a ? - be <ro<ii?gfaal aa haaf Ofef t sttttpa etefr aril tenetl ed tbe names of bio ? I follow * In a paper wn ih ua ised to gal np a debating society ws noree ' insider?d htm wa'wwns; thorn warn no bnre e<j .al to bua'plbo school, be waa of ? dinateat samp. Wm. B. Hantley ?iwH by Mr. T??M* It faory gooca, M7 uraadwny; Ihiati?*E wlrwlwd aa <o>im tk* put ;w;li eaiiol a oM*T?ui|Ud bout bt UirwU braabaa. ?W abaU (MM, uU ?r?ib? ai d * ara be hocgbta papier macho wort box (or MO; be inve me a check on the Park tak for $61, oo Un Wg lbat lbs cheek *u good, I Mil ibe good booe; thi? wm ip iMt; have not Na Bunungton before Mr mm* Itit umo tr">a exaniaad by Mr. Noy???Tbo bruahea he nld were lor tbo Hrruti they coot $1 each, they woraju dict< u?iy teiected tor tha purpoeee tor which they wore iBlrf IUtd. Mi Bryutbca rnd HaattngtoB'i BMlgnmoat n bla tOrcU, mmo ibe day alter be wm ?'reeu?d. Ii wm a?de to a>artoe BeldM, Balden & Oo , Wm. H. Harbook, JvfcB Barb< tk and Harbook & Oo. Rrberi * Bowyor wm ibe next wltooaa examined by Mr Brian ?The book* I got woea 1 ?rreeled Huntingtin were given to itaDiatrot attorney; they comUIM o! draft ana ch.ck boohs; the large took before me ia a t.bf< k book on the Bask of the Hopubito. Crc?*-exaained by Mr. Ha. 1?1 got ibe oback and oMb bock o? ibe Hb (Jotober, the day be wm nrresied I ?? Huut i gion that day In Charles Boldan'a office y- I'm ?( u u\ etotrraibw w lb Himttngtonf Mr Urady elected to the question llr Bali claimed the right to croM examine Mr. Bowyt r oo My matter connected with the trial. Be pro(>oted to ?bow that HuDtlUKtoo wm perfectly familiar with tb? , c<a wilch be oommltted. Ilia /earned opponenta alwayr f bj< cieo abcn the presternum attempted to ??ta?l?h auy d att rial poici II Ibe Indictment. ibe Coait permitted tbo queation. Mi Bovyer?Huntington told me that be had reoelred ib< Btldrn nous ol Pbelpa. Ddge .V Co from M?. Kitrh, * b< n we arrived at the Tomoa I aubmwted the i#>ut"? 0 Mr fitch in Bui tlngion'a preatnce and he denied h?v lf Arta tb<m to bim I nrked HuntiuRlnn wbMtvideoo<f t e couiu ibtw that be bad lecdvad ihcin from Mr. Kitah ? id b? tol me Ibat be h?< ?*Ui1 Mm #18 000 and the be 1 aUi ce ($8 COO) ia cbtcfcs; I aeked bim ^hero be paid i* it fbm! it wm at bla (Hi.ntu gton'a) ollloo; he bail tiiJ bo} wa? p;mnt at tbo lime; 1 tola him M Flic.b <-.?ni?d bavirg ilvtn ibtm ii wm no ea>-ary to fti n?h centra dieter) evtditce; I aaked lor the notea aor oral time* b'' ?o* a wc arrived at ibe Tutabs; bu gave theto up at the advice oi bi* ccunael, tbla wm tbo aubatanoa of the con rerMtwi. . ,. Mr Braly Mid be would obje;t to the prosecution o.*ll lea Mr Bo?ynuialn He couaidereo tbat tUuj had re cailid Mr Bowjt-r. und ho would lake advantage ol ihm l? gal right in lutnre. ? , ... Fxamind by Mr Brady-Either Mr. Dodge or Mr Hok-a ?|? kc 10 ?e Ortt abejt if.o lirgork*; 1 eld in t Uin ulittate to Hunt!i>Kton that I wai an ctlic?r; Ur B'l d<n ItarLrd Tiom me while ! *s> waillojl lor Hunitugloo Hal I ?ai> an officer: 1 U>'d flnrtinfton tuat I ?auie i th< i? o lor> e? u< Irs on air. I)jag*: B'Kien told Buatingtoi ira> b?-fcrfl tdu r hold on to Ibe n?tc? till he conaulU' ctuittl M'. f a't wai tbo uiw; Huntmgt-jn r?'m*iUt-< atiu be r*K,e in that be ?a? M F) ?b iu ref?renoe ?? lb. nous: Ibe whole ol M . BsUeu's ci?m' auor imli ratfd mat te Ihouglt Renin gtoj w&? au Icnocen' k ?b Mr B? n.tnKMn and Pla t ba't a converi*liou ?r Ha'Ux li camo In auo n-oaeto Mr Bel 'en; Mr. Bv btck w?'k llanlingion atide to conv irre wtih mm; all ?i> rinr nailcu v as relative 10 ;bc loryol pip r We n m Mr. r'rl<-h. ?e rode up ia anonci ihii.* an i it'o4>P'-d a Idiii r?y nir?el: wi ni lo in.? Chief's otlice on i irtm .neoco n the 'oBibt, Mr i*ldcn toul mo tnai ni u&t the tor, i uruk'iiiil in lii) l)0?-e* ion; ht? .<*14 ho ijo: then. <ioi n rep toft'c reott?man; 4m tia.fton d'd not mam l?-?i al y ?urpi'?e ^hen ho was airoaio.1, bat *'ae aa cjo at a n.?n cat.'d to ...? .. , Cfcarict E ?j.-ofield, rxam.ocd hj Mr. Bryan, raid?1 au tie iro?*nr?r of mefho"? KaHr >ad Cinip\ny, aoi amal>oMcbkr?r I tk^t>Oa, w?n itrout; ''yy lalitoad coniracio's; 1 li ttsuw Hunticguin lu 1) iden ? i IUi ? I'tl did to* ktiow b ? name till tbo fa'i oi 18&5; n - e ap B? id -u a cfll'.-e bla ploc* of t>n.'u-.ss u^ul lr ?'>?? oi e i: bu own; 1 aopposvd Mr. B >ia?o w?> a mm.:) I. udcr 1 l,a*o b*tl "? a lfc*" wiiR H?n ioeiou a. ! lt< tn u?i \ i?.r. n bop & Co loaned bin monej ilr?t 'nsuois of Si.Oio or $ (.HO; r.ci bey were inlte habit oi' Oor ronli'g roomy Irooi hico; wt5?n lTa?ii5u^won le? ; Birhou A: tX? money, thoy paid hiai irom E ?ou p r ctnt j,?r amum l? one and ? nail per ceia ? wot.' ? he loans ibey made ol btm mi^hi anuocot In tao atg*" (ate lo half a tnulun <T oollare; tn-rre nerer ?-k8 ?!i mfiit ot tbo faya>i;ct ol aoy piriicu'.ar sum; .? ?tintlBiba would a<k I r flvc or?ix ttitmsanu dollar; atd tay ?nrp<r ctnt a.lay: be wa- not bountm>*> m> ru ll.ao itvtl f.^rceni: I u*-cd w> ?ee B"deo&Uv Inik'a cbeeka clttn with Hviniti-ttton; flnntiaatoa mait k viral loan* ' >r Blenop Si Co. on thj l.aio ?" ^>re ro.?1 hi b< oj of 'bf no-et 1 now **e were llllc*' ?P by Jan ltn>tnn, ai d tlity purport to bo s gned ?y R r topSOi. but ib< c^i.dwrlfitg i? nat like eltlcr of tie m m^o'8 o: ibat llim, the notp? arc payable to the orier of o B Huttlrti'c, one la endorsed ?'Pa; Htrbfck k Co ou or.i.rorC B. Bonimgioa '' tbo tiher ba? uo esdors. Djen; Ibe y are ia?b ?*ctred by four hondred aHyea in ibeltre<n aa* . ? blcego at I I'.lwauke RUiroad; I think B?bop ft Co wou d have Ift tlm bava a loan secored by tti? attGuni ?" tteck, tb?y ba t dcuo ao to largo anmua ? rre*H?u*iy. Mr. Blahop retkled ai Bri gep.rt tLeb; he new Itcai o? IB tfek city 1'aw Ur. Hnniu gton tbo day alter be tad bei n queation 1 by Mr Ik.dgo aod Mr B'l d?n r??tectliir tbe lorfcrlta; I did not nolUo any cbante in bi< mannw on tne cay of hii arreit I lei b'm bavo a check l?r $?'C0 without any security : 1 don't t tow nha' bodil wiib that money , 1 taw b rt at his bou?o ibe liret ni*bt after bi* arriat; he rale be bad lo go to rec Mr Beiden, Mr. Farbeck au'l ccutael. and he Mid he would <eo mo at 11 o';iock; I I returned a-compatlod wuh Mr .oi.ckun, I wailed tbr'ce iinarlcia cl an nonr Mil Burning ton arrived I utnt t?> ??ceita n wtat U?ia "n.HM" wm about, wbruier tttie wera forgeries o? not, i ad to ate if 1 oou d jot to rtrliv I telegraphed for Mr. liiaboo to como alonf, aa ttue vi* a?a#a trouble abMd 1 askod Buntingion ii the rcua were forg.riea. atd ho *ald bs was afraid tney were 1 ailed h m what toii be Ibo reiult be aill tbat if ibev mined np lo bo ror*erl''i no would bo 'oaed en.'' for be had a very large amount of such pajxr; bo ralii be aould aervo all crei itora a iko, and 1 replied tnat waa eatiafattory to m?; he promiaed to make a grcerai MMgn r.ent lor tbe Uece'.lt if all bla credilora he appeared ptr'eitly cool and ooikcted the next day he ii ip (au d a^ain: I taw b.m at bla bouao next w prolog, ?; & o'c ock be ?aid he wm going on with hi* bxain.na aa M?al- I raw bim fa bla office durm* ibcraarjing, I (i,n t kiow abeiLer be old any bnalnrmon tbat day. CmaexaaUMd b* 5lr Noym ? 1 auppooe Oouckhn wm ibere to get ?o?urtty, m well Mtnyaelf Connkna wis there afitr a clt-ltr be bad u)x;B Huntington; Bianop h Co bad for?(d popr i.ioouDt.ng to M7,0(o part of it wet on ni(lp?, IKW|0 \ Co , Munroo. Barry ft Co . Sackatt, Belcher ft Co MM Hu&tiogton baa b-wu in priaon it fcM heen arrargid beta eon btm and B:shop ft Co , no? en tbe ground tbat It la a forgery, boi on tbo ground tbat he owed tbat amount of money, tbe lorgad paper wm al?en ?p to the pciiioo autbnntJei Mr Noyeatben read tbo judgment which Huntington mare out In favor of Bwbop ft Co. The aggregate of tbe nous amounted to ?*8 CK.U, but he tcknowlegeJ bla in debiedn* ?a in tbe judgment to too extent of g'JT.OOO; be gave Babcp ft Cc ttoae no?oa and Mil they w-ra nrat claw in place of p?]>erct oura which he wanted to diipoao ol. yjr Biabtp woull rot conacat at irat, but lieallf Huntltaton ptnuaded htm to let b!a have tao noie? wa never auapeced ibat thay waro lorg?rloi. Mr. Pry in ui fclto pmml for BinUop ind Co. w? Urn found that the aofa wara lorgad oo October lu, the day alter tbe tlr?t arreat; Mr, Haley brought U>rm l'? our (IT to. and .howed Mr. Hi?hoi> tha nutca Mr. U aivd me wbat It meant. I rtpiled that It a lorger^ Ba'aey cmen Ircm Beluen to Hod woeth r loey i ? ni ne or not: the coliateiala, tho 'our bundrc i ?fcai..a or raliroad ?tic*, w?-re ivwtly In Bar boi'k a i aim ibay cU;tueo $16 oto. fur whi. i th ? a, ked a o abatii ol tbe atock: wo told Harteck wa wou.d pay ibe ?10 WO. and take tbo atock; I fxk (lie awek be ^ao?( it wm reliable: 1 don't know nnytn'og mora almut BuntinctoB than 1 bava itated; tbo arounnt wblisb Bi*hrp ? Co a?thortx?d HcnUegt m t> borrow lor lham tn tu ? lake road mntt have been bu drcda ol t?-ou/aBl? o! doitatK; I botrowad monay at ?ev;n ror .^ni pjr aa cum Mom bim. IB !M early par of this year. Binttnyi ia came ia to tbe i.fflce and aaid be would give mi aae ual' ol wtal be made, m be wm making a great deal. 11 I wf?ld let blui have from $%.C00 to HO C(" at a time . t??> loalated tbat I ?hooid lake half ai wuat he made '.n th tranMttion tn.wbich bo uaed too fooey I >av? b'm i wm lu a borrowing or loading traMaition, bu empty a (! Miior of pro#ta. . . . . . TLe (xan inaOoD ef thla wttne?a having bo?a ?cuclnJsd, rocwel OB both '.If* bold a loag coavoieauon m Mi tbo propriety Of holding evMlag acMioaa. Ibo Jodgo wa* airaii that tbo cmo would not oe flul'bcl ?>efore .lauuarv ana wa* vary dtt.rooa of tittiB* m la ; m poaaibio arary tlalit till U waa cmplcted flia term of oliisa aroild a* Dtra next Wedneeoay night, aed be wcold do all in b a cower w? i.ria* the tr*l before that time. Mr Bra' v aald thai bo bad b/^B trying to get aome Im portant wltntaae* to atuad, but a? tar 0>ay bad all cite J bl?r *hai^romarkad tbat tha ofToara of tbe Court wore at bla cieroMJ. and aui:gaatal that atteehmonu ba ru?l9 out fortbraa witaeaaea. . Tb? Court will tuaat M uanal. to mirrow (Ohrlatmaa day ) al 10 o clock, aad oootiano ia (Mtioa UU ? lata Ml. The Jrwa. TO TBI EDITOR OF TBI HFl! AI.P. (? perming the HniALO Ibis morning I tu agreeably attrpr1?ed to find to amnio hoadei "The Jews," which, .d i(?f mtuart, t rn a correct picture ot the oandltloo of tkm people at the prreent time It contalni facte fl itch we certainly ran be proud, and, alio* mo to in lorn you, only oae, parbapa two, actionable pMM^oa ? atbirf almoat at beard of ( e lhi<, for alae leatba >f tbe erftetee concerning tbe Java, their rel gion. he., wblch ktn huberio appeared la our pnblc joamal* are repbte a lb HiiTepreeentet-one aod aland r, making them ali< c* i*i*i unworthy o< an acanrer from oar aide Not ao ? lb I be r oe in qneatioo?thta. I am baopy t? atale, M ??HI?ii by an uni?r*jud>o?d and gen*roai mtad, ant would be ?!togetfcer faoltlete bat fur the oiu?ege or two ? nirft I tmve at>ea<i~ atlmed to, aod which I will now hiiri.y mention and tennm'nt op?n. lo the oourao of your teiraik* tay tbat "in bujineea none are mora K<eo, ifecrgb other* may l>e more arrupnloae " Tow I- ibe pe???i' to wfcicb we object: and In regard to It aliow m? ?f> ri-tnar* that If jou will 'ofer to your f<?*mer l??u?-a you wtll flno tbat otkrff-*|cM r my other*?ere ?omefir?#e ?tic bit terapulotif Tate, inr lottaoce, Mr. Cher t. Rent cgion an one 01 tboas who are lew tc*npit!?mi. Ob, but perr?r* be may be eictirtd?he had ibe money ma ?la Wtat \f we were to view tbe rhar*< ter of tba Imrt r> < ? mm ot otnrr denomination* through tbe pet#nt ?a'<i tperatiotl. Id which tome pfcple (certainly oot Jowii) iimMimea Ibdolge. We can do It with m much roaeon th< te w for yoo to jofig* the c.haraotrr of our btitlne** men through the ervon* ot tome of our Chatham atrcot eojetlgioetftf?they being, no doubt, fbe one* wbem yon bate r> lerecce to aa beloc not to acropuloua la buttle** tr?t>*artiou? aa ir.ey are ke?a. linear. a'low me to 00 terae rbaf la r.aarly all the ertielee wh'cb hare appeared la th? U*?.*it> ouacr rmng the Jawa, Cba'ham etreet baa been brought to bear in tome way or other with detr) m*r*al efltc4 upon onr frpotaliort o? a people Peroape )on do not know whirt elae to fled our h?ne t bn?lne?a m?n 1 ran Inform yon Ir a ralk tar<u?b t',e ixnn trerclel loralH re of ear tl?y they can he fj nd ???ry ? here, nett door to you l>tng e?a*? that yoo are aleat ? wil'tif to ln#*rt leHera which -nay he too' yo i in correction' artwlee which ycu may pub ih, I beg ,,f yoo. in ibe tamo of the .lawtab pnbllc, I" fire t>v? a pi?ee le yrmr ropuier ioornal. A Ik V Mw ToM, i*c *?, i*ao. TU Bnffklo Debutant*. prra* the Buttaw advertiser, dm. ft) 1b? '70001 lady," whoaa Ont appaaraao* M any Mm* took pfcaoe M Um Metropolitan theatre cm Iftooday err sing last. bad a btnefft en (Saturday aighl, after play ing tbioogh U>? wink; and she baa given her teak mony MU??I oar city, ? bakes the dart from twlMud taken bcr unai departure for ber luxurious tome 00 Um MM

avenue 1*e "young lady" undertook Um repreeeaia tk>B of ditlereni cuara liters, embracing a wide range of dramatic illustration, and affording opportaaJUea for tbe d lap lay or hlatrtomo talent or any deeorlpiion, if abe bad been to fortunate aa 10 poaaeaa a tittle of the rare ar ticle. tsce opaaea with Jiuiet and cioael witb Laly Teazle. We aoatalced from oomment on bar Brat per lormaaoe, from considerations of detloaoy and kindneaa, aee rnlng It poaalble ibal aome UUle ability migbt be eon eealed or obtoored by tbe sbyneea and em bar raarmett inoident to Uia trying poaiuoa of a novice, and hoping that abe Might be able partially to overoome ber glaring a lead vantage* of peraoo, oarrtage and address. Bat every succeeding appearanos wan wort* 1 ban U>e otber. and we were at last constrained to expreas the popular judgment that aba had mlataken ber vocation. Tbis we did lu mild and goardod terms, aim ply advialag btr to abandon a profsaslon tor which sue l?s 1 carc? 1 j a qualification. Bnt she woald play oat ber eBgsgenxut, tvtu to amply boxee, and nobody in tbe ismtly cltcle. Mbo begin with a full house, the aodtaooe bttig a tiscted by cnrioalty to aee a ? beaaUful young 'ad;, from tbe faabionabia circles of tbe FJta avenue,' out tbe auendatce aieiutly dlmlnisbsd, thenceforward, and lor 1 be dve auccedmg ni|hla, tbe average avatla 01 'be boute ceu'd not bave exceeded forty dollars. Tbe buabaad 01 ibe "young lady" bad gaarante?d a certain >?m per night 10 tbe n>abager, and the aggregate lost ot ibe but band, notwithstanding tbe crowded bouse on Mo* ca>f?i'ghi, must bave csci" ded tire hundred dollars. Wethoeld be glad to couolude wtcb this hasty steto meat ol (he c?se, but juslioe to all ooonerned leqmree 'bat we should add a lew words a vindication ot the opt uion deliberately formed by our toeatro goers, adverse iv ibe MttenHoP* Of Mrs M<?M\hou, aim l?g " voun# lady '* 7om tb< th avenud She lias Ue look ol i Daw dle ag<u woman, with plain, inexpreistve fea.ores, a ueanrg destitute of grace or dignity, atbtn, reedy vokM without compass or modulation, and a degree of lgn > react ol Mage nualiiets and edt-cl. ibut must be tbe acou n uisticn of a .ong ttud) 01 bad mx els, with a perverted sate at bo fisrt. Al-ogothtr, it was the iB'jet aigntl 'lid rony (aiiuro we ever saw in toy theatre, ana the New York enisurg who led the Buffalo press Into palllo^ ter in >dva?ce may enjoy too rtlltolion that they aided in the baidtai kmu ol an imposture. [ frouj ifce Bi.!l?lo Express, Dsc. 23 ] On fatuiUs) nipht. ibe younn dtbu'ju-u, who bad beei plej it,g to empty btnenea (or tbe week alier the opening 1 igbi, 100k her beet lit and pronounced ber benelictpu upoL tp? people ot ButUlo Tbero may bave been ?event) live pirsoLt I* tbe boose Ol ber intunor cf dis poccg 01 ' Lad} Teaate," it is of 10 consequence now ibal wr ahou'u >pesk She got through ippareull* t.> m r iwii tailtlaciou. and that ?as all sutUcieut aa ibor ?veio ntt p, o,.u en ugli protml to leel much dlssatia i.u wih any hiiJ< A'ter the cu'latn dropped, ah was t ailed ? ui ivr a ppircb, and abe Lame tn trout brtn. nil nt siuib Olo -ai uid scarcely supiKxe that a lum ?l ItmiLino huaamty ot' tnch pro|K>ruons was capt boo.' ci ijiu ning n.cti a urnpent 01 111 f;m^cr and blile ifcvectlve aft loiij d veil upon tboa'idienco ^be tnforme > 1 (r tudiinr* '1 ui ike |>eo|ile of Bodalo had not taste ac ' | 1a tat sufficient to api-reciate good actipg wbeu ibe* wi> cerifo It? vi.tat b> ju??a bad seen down on har, and sb ? m w wbj? ?hi had not ited the editors SSe hud bee: 1 )<1 tbst i>i sc 10'. to obtain a lavoraole notice, uiu<t dr> fteteiil ( ui fc tditor witli a n und Ue?that abe should a|< pi ar 1 rxt bo'ore a New V'' rk audiecoe, where talent 1 ?ppr?cair iud ibe pi ess unbongbt?tbtt some ottbecom "ssy bad been kind 10 ber, and ba<! not disiresaed be ? tn tneir fca 1 aoung?iha, sne did not taken to tbe sla*> ' rclcta on loi a lifeiibooe. ** alin wa? lu attlaent drcum labci H ai d Ls't ail .be luxuries uut hea-t oonlU wiuti? thst - be w 4k in?pire.' an 1 eiicuuraged on in bur new pa> merely toiiraiil} an ln<> dlnaic admiration tor Shaksper as as autl or, aLa a ctane 10 tee ti s obaructtrti laiiaiull repieteuitd alur bli'.iLg light and left wt.b a spin' ibat cbs u tuea tre sdn iraiion of tbe au lenoo iar mix 'ban b< r kCliJg ban, rbe el, acil Jolt town iv.tbi ibe lixt hour, tosiek in *. ?c<! perhaps more cone* uial tie d lor ler luiure drama>lc reprtKectalious W tro a little cnrtouRlo btsr bow she gels on lu tbe mi ripo is V, u?e of opinion tost i.nltas ?.b? sustains n> t,aiis wilb letter sVllity atd taste ibsn she cvinc ti ber arm k \ ere, ate ba? not tuocey eno'igh to pur 1 bate s lavrraole Lottee cl any rejpeclabid journui lu bat cliy liTTt:n Pl OM TI1E lady's UCS3AND. M dinai IKc 21, 1856. To Tin KprTOR Of THE llH.110 ClH KISH ? " Peimit dw to tbark vou. on brtbalt'of ths devulanir or >1 ur feitlimanlv ctitiolsm ol me leih in-t . on Hi lehiu of lliat lady i^neb a wuiipte (altbot-h I 1o no ? 1 Lire-j agree with II) carae to atrjtasle con rMl wito <bc rabid articles tbai bave appeared In come of ibe otb ?* jouri ais fp?n ibe tsm?< aubj?ci I rto vou moaiii to b ? anoid. ibe journals in qu<ition appeared to bave co* ridered tbat a lady, however rpietididly educated, sbou ai cne boi ud leap to tbn mgtea. round of the dram*!' adoer, sbd Ibecee to (smu. M'atnr.ag tier by tbai f tsnt'sr* ?a ttr> incorrect oso In lie ca??- or a none-? tb? y i.f cruele cotdemted her (Hurts. Hal tbey reatc. rstiiiUd here, or contained linr remarks wltbtn to - toi-ics or legtllmste dramatx cntlclsm. I would liavp betn tllenl. H was their right, ray their duly, to pub itcly ccndenn the pub.ii tlloits ot an incompsten. pe< ton Ibis r>ht tbey tisnscended, and availing tbem salves <r tha immirae power and inlluence tbey mix u<cc?!??r1!) bave posseafed ss public J jernslists, moat on sirly icitht to crutb her ( roth a woman's attempt 1, ? In an lie notable uan-e' luahaiwaj- Bv s Irgltlmt!* and ta r exposure 01 ber pretentions to drsmatic abtiitj > No. One of ibi m in an art cle of tbo Idtti, In lao usg nbecitr ing ducttled ciitici m. endravortd to turn b ? Qoiis into ridiculety. slirg tb?m 1a rdect, Ilk* a spsci 01 |iound and liny tumb itg. Aco her. In an a usie oc tbe IHib, called bcr sn impottor?said she d!4 n? belong lo itat circle o taih'on wuirli 1 ho baa I or year* adorned Is New Tork, and which my poslttrn as a law >er, tn lull practice in that city for thirteen yeara paai las stace cur mtrriigo gusrastetd to her He cou'o eaiiiy tare ntctrlslncd wbo I was by appljiag t> tbs pre i>er quarter Ho couli not comprehend that talsm weulilseck Its msnifestation, ev< n though turrounicd b' wralib std luxury. Ibe same ).<urnal. tn its iMueofthv 201b, allbont sny suihorlty, aunocnced tbat her appear ?cce rn raturdsy ntf lit would be Ibo last on any stage He mcsnt to be a prophet. We will toe Sucb hsve been tbe gentlemanly and courteous effort ot aome ol your peblic jmrnals lo crush down tbe dawn ti f 1 florts 01 American talent. Porcbance. if In ber stes 1 s< me loreltn wsoles bad appeared on tbe stare ami in itrested tbese rtttrtges In ber lavor, whirs 1 neglected t > secure, tbe ^cnld bave cotareaa'ed ibeir warmc! ade'ation, while the dawaing snorts of a virtuous gem .? would be discountenanced B?cu la ever tbe rare I 4id bot intend to notice any of tbe criticisms, but the gen ib manly decorum ol joora I ot a perfect stranger to me) at^cd out tn such txvd relief ihst I could cot avoid thank i*g ycu for it It must be conferred that it wsa an 1b metse urdertak'ng or a re3ned aenrtt.ve and gtlted acy, wilt out fcav.ng. In ? single inttance soliMtM the ale of the presr?a matter I did net oare about, ihluking n.ott of tbcm, at least, would be lair?without a trodi'*' 0 sdmlrltg friends to support ber? knowlsg cot a alngl * t'?r?on In tnts rlty, iicept tho niana/n?to atand moil 'ihibit whatever talents (>'mf bsd giflrd bcr, and b>: absfed In ibe manner referred to, before t'e Buffalo pan lie, on tie occatlnnof tb< togagr merit abe has just gone ibionyh "jbat she did rot entirsly "oecumb is tbe mrr not ct tbe pseado dramatic critics of whom I bave iu?i ?Fckcn, but of her own consciousness tr ta'f-nt and fi-m r.ess of ctsracirr, an 1 determinailos to exhibit her tales', under lb# t ;o?i adverse circumstances. Vet 1 wi I not beeustn to say tbat to aar candid an I fair mird, ibe lady la qucitrin hit exhibited tabntt ol 10 nirat or tr. Bir ?n ri0vcm<nl has been fiadual, and a few more fronts of ? xperkons 1 n the stage will exhibit dramatic abi I ter of a high order. i wot ld never 'or rt?c mome&t bav? consented to her ad opt itg tfcis "lie bad It not ben for tbe strong recom tntt isiiip of tober mlrded acl loifll'geat dramatio cruics m New \ org, one ol'wbotu bad been dramatic cri lie of ?bfAJhiin lor ??uy years, wbo bad not Me sltgbi est doubt of ber success. There could cot bave been a better school In which lo have tasfed the first bitter Inula ol ? tage lifo than tbe tie ticpr. itsckthest-e ct iblt city, for the past week Tbat tbe bas gon? through It under such n&fhvorable circumstances without lunch.ug. Is avldeace. to aay tee Irsst, or Ifnw genius lor tbe drams I at ur well of her future trem ber rbcrt experlaece Whatever mar betide her there la ote tbtrg canaia The press cannot bolster tip for any long period tbat which does not cx ct?nor ran tbey lathe womb ot tine, tn this country, repress talent " Msay thanks fcr your courtesy. Is It too much to ask yoti to Insert tbis tn your valuable twrnal 1 trust \ on wlU do bor Uat brtet justice Tours, reapectfnllr D McMaBON, KT1 Broadway, N. Y. Knirmor \\ Iw at llnmr. lOrri rpondenre or the UoaKm Traveller 1 (!??>>< o?v Aocomas Co., Va., Not li, ISM <?ov Hear) A ? i?" hu a flue iwm and taatefally ar rufd rtudrao* lying on the bank of tbe Oaaacork ?reek, where he ?i?ct nut of bit leleure tirne before planed In the (ioberuatorlftl cbmlr. I waa curioua to knr-v bo* ft man to fnmoua throughout the country VO'IJ be rryarded at borne. and found notwithstanding the old prove!b, this prophet tii not witbont honor even n bie own country. Bit neighbor com to regard tbe i.ov trior ft" ono of tbe t.-ost temarkable men of h.? time, aad to think that be will ultlmaialy triumph or or every ob riac e. to matfe r In what direction he exert* btt tawnt* Tbe? are not mora proud of bia fame aa an orator and e'lii trad ihan o< aortic other quainter not to well known at a dltlanre. Tboj tell mar v anocdotrt of bit exteaaive and accurate |rn?ral knowledge. anJ tbe rapidity ftnd clitriNi with wfc.cb b? will iniorm h'merjfoa any rciicUI'c point r.ece?*ary in hla protection. Ha know tcdye rf n.?dkal mrlaproileace I (real, ?urpaaatoj; that i>? a 'i.a ority of lb" medical profeetlon which la eepe ?tali) tt own la oondnctlng criminal caaea 'nrolving th# ? flute ct wounia and poitona. One anecdote concern}.)? tie Uovwacr waa that once engaged m the con atct el a coiileetcd will caac, invoking the saoty of ib? r)?ifdent toss* Iwentj or more ph.tinana ware ? awr>i'?>*<1 -ri tie tubject. and teatified in tuck a way it at Mr Wlee np, ? ared to bate (oat the cane completely. flu1 ihcec wbo rr uld read hit altr.oel eiprmflooteaa faor, ?a he itt iltlc-jiB* to tbii rnaaa m er lame directly era i tt bt? tide, knew tbat be rouat bare to no foriora ropf in rmrfi, Aao incy were ant dwappmated, lor in ihe "or? t jam nation, Ithleftd ol he ng p i tiled by the prof< re'or?I tecbfl1c?Iltlf? In which the karred era tie irrn chote to t brate ibtlr evidence, he cmlHirded them by n mlrai trrma they bad tcarcely heard of. < achy one ailnnwi'dyerf b'lrieelf unable to anawtr queattoM whteh he would *tk, and when he yarn tbe reolt. tbey mold n<t rtrj it? ootrfctnctt although the rcry ftdmwalon oontr* diced tbtlr previma evidence. When any one of tbe M I) 'f, quoted from antnorit- ? agalr.tt Mr, Wit*, be waa etnelied by a mnlMurde of qiictationa on tbe other tide of ife?ohj?tt It tf on rppearcd thit 'B preparing hlmaelf for thin cue be had obttlned anoother hooke. a I (rcb aork. rmbcdymg Uie moat recant Invetu tatton* on Inracy, mat laeoed from the preen, which b? ? ?d ma^'reH After rowplttely ??toniehlBg and eor founding tbe ftculi? of Mrhmoid be aeked ihem tf they had read tbehorik Irom which he hal ?nade Inch coplo^t qnolattinf. "Ihey eaKi they had never even ht?rd of tbe work. Tbe eflict on the lory waa deceive. I'ertonally ite Moversor la a r#ry plcaaant, toclal, hoaptttble titn. I/ke Rendolrh cf Kr>anoke, bit con re real'oral poyrtf ?n UbkiMl^i 1**w*r Aang the Free Huoni* MDRTN* 09 l-1\ Joan's ?HAND L0D6B. i ** ^urgent ooamuiMMa of uils body was held last TueBdsy evening at tft. Joan's Han, muw Rowery-M. W. Grand Muter Charles W Wiilets, in Um chair. A Urge number of Muter Melons from Um ntniI lodge, were present The committee appointed at the aemt annul communication to endeavor to effect a union or the fra ternity la the t>UI? of New York, if possible, presented their re, ort, from which we compile the following ah ?tract:? Ike following la the ?ubetanoe of a communication ad dreued by the Grand 8ec eUry ti the R. W. Kooert Macoy, chairman of the oommlttee appointed by the Grand i Lodge of the State of New York St John's Giurd Lodob, F. & A. M.) Gkahu a?( KKtAKY'H Orvim. No. 40 Division street, New York, Dec. 8, i860. I To the R. W Rokibt Hmmt, D G M. Fu.ur Wobkhifkcl Bki/iuna? At tee last regular semi annual commui toaoon of St John's Grand Lodge, held at ft. John's Hall, on Tuexiiy evening, Dec. 22, a. L 6,848, ? preamble and resolutions were oilerea end unanimously adopted, to endvavor to efl'ocl a union of the fraternity In thla State. In accord ance with the requirements or the above resoluiDn 'he if. W Grand Master appointed a committee or tare* to which were added the H. W. Grand Master and R. w' Secretary. I im authorised to Inform yon that thla oommlttee m re In read loess to meet your oommlttee at such time sad pace as yon may be pl ased to name; and should he action of our M W u* and Lodge meet your approval it Is the deelre ol the oommlttee that the three com m'tteeg ? hould men la coi junction at as early a day as praotioa With sentiments of the highest esteem, I have the honor to kubscrlbe mjsell, fraternally yours, 8. WINCHESTER, Grand Secretary 8t. John'e Grand I.xlga. A similar communication was sent to the R. W. K1 ward Cook, Chairman ot the Committee or the Grand Lo ige or arbich the Hon Mordrcai Myers is Grand Master. On the )Sih the following reply wu received from tho R. W. Robert Mao<y:? S. Wiktsivrsit, ??<,>.? Dsak Sin?T< e committee appointed by the M. W Grand Luege or tbe state ot New York, obarged with the duty of arranging c iliouKMs :n this jurittdloiiou, will be urepared to meet jour committee on Wodnosday even u g, 17th Inst, at 1 X o'clock, at Odd Fellows' Hall, In ifcr commute* room adjoining the Giand Secretary's of lice. Yours, reepecttuiiy ROBERT M4COY, of tho Oommtttoo. In acrordance with tbe a Vive, your committee had an Interview with lb* K W Robert Macny and tbe W. Hen ry W rumer, of tbe committee appointed by the so cull ed M W Grind Lodge or the State of Now York. at this mtelig jour commltto* were informed by R. W Kobeit Mat oy ti at the i-omtnluee bad no propositions to i H? r cono-rntnga union, but w<re ready to receive any * h.cb your coo.miH< e baa to makn /?tier some convo ??ton npon U-.e subject o( th< nUlcoltie# existing a nong ibe fraternity in ibis Stale, during wlmh Mr. Macoy ex l>re?>e.i a t!<?!re to . iltri a union of the wbnle MaionlJ r>aiirili) of New York, "upon just and equal termi," 3 our committee prerented several jropssitlons, of which ik? following is the subhianco:? 1 That tbft M W Grand 1/xlge of tho State or Now \ oik f hall ixpergo r/om the minutes or their proceed it (x all act'on relative to tie eipjlmon of Ivlges and in cKR'ua^ conn. tiK with the organization *nd rovivil or St. Joint'* Gm&'> Lodge 2. That naid M w G and Lodge shall acknowledge tbe lodges row workb g under tbe jurisdiction or St John i t.ribd lodjo u b?t just and legally constituted, and tlai ?aid lodgen tr ail rain rec< tve, without charge, on tb? day that me unit n is t itectcd a warrant to continue ihi. r lit b? rs under tie raid it W Cranl Lodge. .T Thai ;br paet and present grand ollicors ol'St John's '*ran?l l.rwge fhall ne receded n, and rtnk as past r'aud oilitx fa of the Grand Lodge of the t'caw ol' Sow Y< rk. 4 liking lor the repeal or tbe following serfoas of tsrt I, title 2 of tbe coDStltu'lon ?Seo. 20, thai no ap maltoihe li dge car be bnu-n Ir on tbe decision-d the Mo-ter. or tbe Waroen ocoupj im- the chair la nil ao f?nee. Hec 18. That no app?alii s <rotn tne dei'.sim or * (irand Master in tbe chair, or tis deputy or war ion oc enpyb g ihr chair In bis absence 5 -4<ku g that the c< n.mtutioa oiay be so amende.] as to milk" di?pt Dfailois lor any purpose whatever, otcopt 'or lonulrg a new looge iri.?o of oofl, and that tbe 7th 8ib. Sin and lltb secikins of part 3. title 2, ol said onst> tul)?n shall he repealed. I These tectioOK relate to c>r tain f?e? of tbe flrar i lodge ) o. Askirg that the constitution may be ?o amended a< to l-mit tbe ralary ot the Graud Secreiary to an atnoun' rot cxcccdiof $1 (Oo por AOLr.m. 7. Tbat if tbe l'orego>ng i>ro|>osltlons are agreed to, tbe t'oors ot all lodges in the rt sprcuve jurlsdk hock shall be iptni d lor the reception of visiters from lodges < uhor tnder ibe joriseletion of tbe Grand Lodge of the SUtoot' Ntw York or S? John's Grand Lodge, until tho time Uz>d lor tbe tu.ai (cniumnDaUoo ol no union. 8. That St Jobe'i Granc lodge doe* hereby agree upon tbertoel^tof official Inlormatton tbat the above terms have been fully endorser b> that body, to take Imme diate meisures to unite ibe lodges and fraternity under tt? uriioiction with that ol tho Urand Lodge ortboSteio of New York, these j ret entions were received by the Committee of the Grsnd l/idge ct tbe Sute or New York, and Friday tvtcing Derember 19, wss died lor another merlin/ when tbe lollowUg reply to tbe ab iv* propositions wa< ofl? rrd? r Ay win* to tbe several prepositions designed as article* Of Ufttro will, lb? Moat Worrbifql <ir?ad Lodge of ibe ?a a cf Stm York presented b f the committeo fron ri bony styled 4 81. Jobo't (.raud l/Kjge," sbld body r>ur poriltg to be Masonic. 1. Tbat en tbe 2Ttb of Decem^ier, 1840. the body then ki own as St John's Grsnd lx>dge was by its own a:t. unan moarl> a opter, diiiolved, lbs warrants o' im sub nrstnite kvfgoi surrendered, and a union complete I witi the Most vvorrhipiul Grand Lodge of tbe State of New York; that the eipulston or lodges and >n"tviduali coo nee ed with tbe orgini/.ation of St John's Lraud Lodge iso railed,) wss a leial Masonij set, end can be reve'iaed tnly by tie Most Woriblpful Grand Lodge of New York alter petition lor tbat pvrpose by Uie pa-ues interesuxl 2d. That tke Mom Worshipful Grand l/>dge or the State of Vew York a bedy ot Manors in whom are originally and Invariably vetit'd tbe government and superintend ence of the fraternity witnln ti? terrestrial luitsclction Therefore tbe body ityled *. John's Orand Lodge U not Mssenic. nor Its members Mssooi 3 To ibe third proposition no answer is necessary 4. That tbe ancient landmarks (wrltlon and unwrltisn) are those rrtnctples of masonic law and polity wblch ar i immutable, and tbat It Is not ua the power or any man or bedy of men to make Innovations thereto. 6 and ?. 1 tat amendments to the ceMtttutlon ?r tbe M ? Grand Lege of New York can only be made at lu airual c?mmintcatioa, and as provide! for by section 126 ot raid constitution. 7. Tbat the privilege to become a Ma*oq consists in poireiMng ibe qualifications known to masoa^c law an! having tho unanimous consent of the lodge to whloh tho petition Is presented. Ftnslly, that the propositions presented are of such a character tbat they cannot, m whole or In part, be fur tbtr entertained. ^ RtiBKRT MAO'V, | Committee for tbe BRNRY W. TI NKER, <,rand I>odge oT ANDRE AflCABiAKD, ) New York ^ oar committee would further report that no reply has been reo fved to ib? communication addressed to R. W. l.dwsrd Cook; but two oT your oorumittee were verlnlly icformr -I by this gentleman that h.s ccmmltteebal ao power to treat with the committee from St JoUb s f.rand l?dge cjon the lubject of a umen. From tbe spirit manitesttd by the committees fram the two otber masonic grsnd bodies of tbis State it H ert dent tlat there 1? no deaire on their part to harmonise tbe difficulties existing la the masonic fraternity ol thiii State, tbeir oft < tpressed opinion to tbe ostrary not vitbitaadiBf. Your committee woujd therefore report ttst It ti their nnanlmoui opinion that a union ol the ledges snd members cf St John's Grand Lodu with tbe Gracd lodge referred to in the resolutions csannt fc- ?f fictcd npon any Urms whatever: and your comm.,.?r atk to be discharged from the turtter consideration of this subject. All or which is respectfully submitter ROW RT N BEBIKSD, I GE<? ELY. I CommUto. of NATHAN NnJBTT. ; m. Job? t (H*H. W WfLUfS, I ' rand Louge 8. WIkCIUjJTER, | M. W. Graad Muter Ch-?*. W. Wit t m* thea aldreaied I the I odge. He wlahed tbe member* of the <;rmml lodge to felly uad*r*taod tbet the propneitioa* lubmitted were aubataatially tbe ?ame ee were eabaitted le 1M0 to tbe Greed 1 odge of tbe itU of New York, except 10 much u rcquetrted an emend meet of tbe coaatltuUoa or tbe Graad lodge. With tble erplaaatlon be treated <be mem be re would understand tbet nothing unreasonable wee a*ked. la 1M0 8t. Jobn'a freed Lodge, numbering twenty three tebordtoete lodgee aad two or three tbou rend m< mbere, uatted with the (.rend lodge of New York, notwithstanding which tbe I?eput? (.rend kleeter. Robert tlacoy lormeriy ea o1io*r Id the St. lohn * r.raad l?dge. bed the impudence to eaeert tbat the rattOoattoa ot tbe trrms of iinloa wee ea uaaaiOBlC act end tbet to aieke htm*eif a M*n>n he bed to take the obligation Ibnii a*?r rltrg by impll'-atloa that the t,COO m. mbere who ratified that act with htm were begue end epurioue Meaoaa. He 'Mr. Mecoy) further elated the* If the M W Henry C. Atwood and other* were "lead and burial, roroc term* might be come to Brother* Many ann Turret though j>rofr?*!eg good fa'th, hay* aced ia had faith, b? recetring tbe propoe tton* Of the f?t. John * <;retd I edge, meeting I'.iem a* Maaoae. ami tbea btriug the cool impndt see to turn round aad tell t*?em they were *pnrleu* Ma*on*. Ha would conclude by inform tag tbe member* of ft John* t raod lodge tbat there wa* a (trial* tn tbe afialr* of their isriadtctloa. and tbat la fetura .1 we.uld be no chl'd'a p'av hut mu*t be a ght Rl(bt Worahlplul Senior Grann ard nOao t** made a few rera*rk> eaifxrelrgf he rtewa of theOraad Matter Itroiber H. F H*nn. cl Columbia lodge, addreme l the Col d l?t*fe la an ahle meaner He found fault with the ?mm ttee for excoedlag their power*, lna*m?< h as they had h'en appc inled to confer. my. aad aot to make propo ett on* The proposition* they bad mad# were very iot jrof <r i ropoeata. aad which of courae eosld aot be re reltea Tt? ? read Ma?trr e*pla!a-d that the other ommttteea reftieed to tre** prepltoe*, and requested tbe Commtttea of tbe -t. John * ?and I odge Is make loch. Brotfc< r halt* aaid that made a difl>reBce, but II wae only a al *ht one If tbe other side reloaed to make pro pr-fiiir.r* then thi* Committee *hould have Dome back, lie did not like tbe a?*nnipiion ot douhUul piweri; It wa* too much like Feraando Wood, ard be wa* oppieed |o ail that amacked of Woodtcm. He contended tbat tbe Oomalttae exceeded Ibe (towers ooaterrpd on thim Worshipful brother N*> tit did not w>*h to make a rti-mp *prer!>, but a* tbe Integrity of tbe Committee bad lic? n attarkrd h* would detend II. The genttemaa trade a rowcrfbl and eloquent ad iree*. la which b? ooe*1d*r>>d ttat tbe conduct of the Ifepcty Grand Matter Macoy w*? inimtiag in asking the tndirtcnel member*la be igala pr<>pe*ed and mbi t?d to the t?m? obiigatlona. tbe report we* adept' d, and a Tote of Uiaaka tendered to (he f'? a tnittee. Wor?i'tpfal brotl er lir**r r. Pumv, ex Mayor of >*w Haven, aaa uea introduced aad eddreeeed I the Uraid Lodgo. A soared trust *11 fommlttod i to Mum; the in amotion wm the oldest In the world, as ww* even traced It beyond the building of tbe Temple. it touches tbe right obord In the human heart. ml tiat la harmony and bro therly love to ?ll mankind, rto long a* these prevail Ma sonry will nourish hut if It latla Masonry will fall. He waa from a Stat* ?bere harmony always prevailed, and be doubted whether ibero was a more narmooloue body In tbe 'Jnion ban tbe Maroon of Connecticut. U was Ibelr beacon light to pr-serve tne anient landmarks o( (he order, and harmony prevailed. In Connecticut tkey loeked with regret at th-ge dilierences; be bad never looked io much into them as on tbe present ocnaslon, and he was not su^prited It was not for him to say* who was right or -ho was wrong, however. The speaker then referred to H<nry C. At wood be bad feel blm twenty years i|". wnen Master of Oxford Xxrdge, and be n?ver saw a man who had more oioellent Infor mation as a Maron. or w> o adhered more to Ute pre servation of tbe aucent laolmn.'k*. All these difficul ties arcse out ?f the removl of t!i?ao, and did not, bo thought, commence with tne rank and file. He also knew Jeremy L. Cross ?ho approved the St. John's tystem One great difficulty was that the mem bers thought wb< u they visited other place* tbe doors thou Id he closed against them. Tbla was not so in Connecticut. Although he bal no wish to Interfere in the t>u?iue>s ol toe lodge, yet uem?^t ssy Ibat be approvrn of tbe report, and saw nothing In It obnoxious H? wool* give a word of advice with regard to barmen*. He c'.u a no are how tbote two bodies could come togfiber without a Ogbt or the interposition ot aa umpire When he went abroad to England or Prance, or to New Orleaas or Bostoo, bi waa at home; so wer? all Masons rx-ept those of Mew York. Tbe next effort made for onion, it appeared to him, ahould oona tram i broad. He enci ate* all, as Masons, to preserve ponce, Bt least among themselves He recommended the St. John's Grand I/'dge td preserve peace, at least among bemselves. aud H'maioiy tney would prevail. The ex Ma} cr cfur.lu.-'ed i>y thanking tbe brethren for the com pliment paid bim by fbe Si John's (jrand Lodge. the Qr?nd I/'rtge waa subsequently closed with prayer by tbe K W Gra*d Osrlaio, The Frrntn ttallwsy Case* SCPftEMB t oubt?special tkum. Before Hon. Judge Davtes. Die. 24 ?7he Airthnn kailuay Company of F/anct It. Varpin'itr and olhtrt ? Tbe attention of the Oourt having been cal'ed to tbe condition upon which theorler to dle charge ite delendan's. Eugene Grelet and Fellctte Do bud, was granted, it ta< looked again Into the practioQ In similar cues. Tbe rule governing tho Courts la Eng. land Is tho one la'd down In 1 Arch. Pr. by Chltty, p. 703. ' Generally speaking if tbe application (to dlsohargefroos arrests) is successful tbe Jtdge either orders the pay ment ot tbe coats by tbe plsli-tifr, and restrains the de* 1 fendant frtm bringing any action on account of tho ar rests open an Imp oper ?fl Jn-lt, or else leaves the de fendant to bring tuci action without maslng any order aa to cots." The practice In tbe I'ourta of tbla S. ato Is quits universal to imprae s?i h a stipulation wben tt appears that too arret ?*> made without maUce and upon proba : ble cause. No malice is alleged In this case, and that there *.as p.obublo c*u?e is manifest from tuo fact that 1t *38 naue by tbe urt oo or a Judge of this Court upm btug taiirfl.d ihst soflirlint grounds exlited to aulhori/o It Tbo cum i ibe luuk of the United Slates vs. Jenkins. (18 Jo> nron * R'-'P, p. 396.) cited by de> ndant'x ccuntel sustains this practloe. Ia that case ifc" a torney for tbe plalotlft" t'sued a on. ta. again at tbe de'i noant. ?n caused turn to be arrested and Imprisoned when abetm from borne la a distant county of ibe >'taie, ? '.thorn having preciously nsued a,/!./a. against bis properly, as required by statute. Tic'conrt, In setting aside ibe ca. ta , and directing the defendant ta he dlsebsrged frem imprts <rment, say: "As toe attorney of tbe puiuiil -xould be >iabic ta an action fur false Im prircpuieit. at -' as thero as'gbt be some doubt as to tb? mesotug ei ihe act, and be may bave acted tn good faith, we Ujlrk wo bare a right to impose term* on the defen dant Via iher. lore (rant the motion, on condition that he stlcu;a*o ict to bntg sn action for false imprison m<nt ' TBo attti tton of the Court wae In that case again called to ibis cttdiiioo ?ben Ccie?" .lastic* flfSMsr says, ?lVc bave sgaln |.>ok"d Into the allVavit on wn ch tuo motion wss made r n ibe flrst day of tbe t rm, and on ro? cegsldeilrg tbe law, we are laiiafled that tbere was no tblsg to warrant tb? pra<.ti a pursued by tbe attorney for the pla mi!!'*, ai.'t hat it was merely an experiment on tn< tr pa>t to get their money, supposing, probably, that If tho dcxndaot was taken on execution at so great a distance Ircm homo, he would Had aosra means to ratlsf) tte debt " Tbe Conrt therefore directed tt.o KUm 1 rule u> b<> amended t>y sinking out tn.: condi tion. In ibli esse, ibereiere, there wss no Inttmatloa OP soy waxt of power in ibe Court to Impose suchaoondi llon but on tbe contrary, an express affirmation and exercl/e of It. srd which ?a? rniy waived because tbo Court wa> ratisued rnat tbe arreet of the defendant waa procurml by malicious motives and tor unjnatitiaMo pur poses. In Ibe other r.aso referred to In the ouperUr Court, or tde Merthanto' Back of New Haven agaioat Henry Dwigbt .ir , tbe defendant was arrested on tho 9U? of Auguit, 11*46, by virtue of aa order ma Jo by one ot the Jndges of that Court snd Imprisoned thereon. On an appeal from said order tbe caao was beard before all tho six jt dger ot <be ttupei or Court, who, on the 11th of De cember, it.be decided U at the aaid order of arraat should be "varated ami ibe defendant discharged from arrest thereunder." Tbla order ts made upon tbe c ndition that ite said defendant shall, withta ten days from tbe date thereof, stipulate not to bring any ictlon for falre Imprlaonmeat or for damaga by reason of bis raid arreet, and deliver sucti supination to tbo pla ntiil's attorney In this action. It waa upen tbe authority or ibis and other casos, and tho uniform practice of tbe Courts In this Stale and la Eng. 'and that I made the order I did In vacating the order ot am t in this case a* to me defendants Eugene Orelot snd l-oitclte Ik ljud. I co not tfaisk 1 can greatly err in fol lowlsg inch precedents, belrg satiated that thsro waa no ? alkso in eauslrg me arrest of tho derendants whoso dis cbarge 1 have directed, and tkat there waa probablo caui e for tbe same; the prop: r form ot tho order to bo ntered Is like in all resp- cu to tbe order of the ^uperisr Court Is the case of the Msrcadtia' Beak of New Heron against Henry Dwlght, Jr. ? NarroRilr'i Court. IK TBI MATTES OF TBI ESTATE OK DANIEL BART, DECEASED? PAROL EVIDENCE. Dtcistow of the Surrogate, A. W. Bradford. ttTbe testator pro ridel by tte residuary clause or hit will m follow* ?"All the reel, reeldae ud remainder of my ratals, u well real a.- pcrtonal, or the proceeds there of, I fire, dettse ud bequeath, unto my rlrere, Ella, Tlpporab, Hetty, Rebtc-.a and Rachel, *qaUly, ihire ud there alike, for*v*r.'' Hetty Marks, oaa of the ?la tere, died before ibe testator, and I am aaked to deter ? iu win tier her ebare lepeed or paeaei to her pen nail repMeentaurea; and If It lapeed, whether It eaared to ?be bent lit of the other legateea named la the reaMuaty clans*, or a to be diet Ibuted among the teetator* Mil Ot kin. a* a poitloa of hie ettrtc am deposed ol Ketiuuary l< rau-oe lake all the residue of the aetata re maining after ibe other i*tacto*, general aad epecilli beve b?en saiislled, and If any particular legacy foils by rianon of the legatee before the teetator or for any otlwr cause, tbe amount fall) Into the general rtsWne. But il tbr reaiduary bequest or any portion of it lailn then to be ? of sucn failure tbere la no valid te?t..irf ntary proriaion aad consequently to that extent the Kftor has ditd intf date Now, In the prat at oaea the residuary ligateea are by the tcrma of the wtlL tenants in coi imoc?tbat la to ear. the legaiy la not at the wtalo to lb* lire totally. but of one On* to eaab on* of U>e five severally, b,a severance being created by the word* iquailf snare and ebare alike " It follow*. Ihtr'lore. that by the doatb or Mr*. Marks hp fore bar brrthrr the beqreat of o*c tilth of the realdie la her fetor apod aa>l there being ao prortaion enbetitatlng her r< 11 ui kin la ber place in caae cf death, the oaa tl:U? which ?be woull ba>* recelred. If llrtag. n?uet be ils tr1i>ut<d among the teitator* nest of kin a* a portion of hie (Hale, found nnaer the circut i stances not to be I'dly tf ii r?(h<d by btt will. The icetatnr gate an annuity lo Tart* Peooard described la U>e will a* hM "cousin." Parol proof baa beea offered, lb* eecce*ad had to eocs'n aamed "Parle Pecoardbat that bit comta named l'rinceila Per?ar4 wae u*uaily namfd by t>lm a? hi* couetii described in tba will. I ibiak lb la erldeace t ompetrat. Parol proof may always be need lo epply a wv ?that la, to atoertain the persoa Inkoded b) the leetator by a certain doscripUon, whlcb, Ibovgb t?l ambiguous on its lace, cannot be applied pre riaely ae expressed ia the laetrnmeat. Strictly speak ing ibe Irataior had no oonsta named Pari*, and the* tbe Ugary mutt foil, unle** wt aeek by eitnnsle erl trice to **cert*l* whom be 'steaded by th* descr ption. We carrot Indeed, alter the plain term* of a written in strument by abowlsg tb* tetitor's declarations la cm tradiLtloa of the will, or In addition to Iu The writing mmt pr. vail and must be interpreted by Ma owa lan j.t *se. Bat It I* satirrly competent to polat out by praoC tn? person who aarwera th* deaoriptloa of a legal** aa ocnlalned ia th* will. Ther* oaa be ao doubt oa that point. But If there be ao peraoa who rxartly ?newer* the dseorlptton, th*a w* are compelled to inquire, bl mean* of r trlnalo erldeao*, whom the teilator Intended Tbe Court at all time* aaay detnaad lo be put la tbe place of tbe leatalor la erder to n*d*r ?land ni* will, it* reference* allusions aad descriptions. It,in only by knowing tbe blatory of tba partiea anil looking at tbe aurroundl*g facta that w* can at tlasew clearly tr* what the teaiato-lawmfod. If, In describing any i ernor in M* will, be be* u?ed a aama which ha wai accustomed to apply to thai party, oa proof if th* lb*) tbe description contained In tbe will may b* applied with ??lire certainty. If the will be wilttea la a for*tn lan guage. It can be translated . If u coatala term* which thel wrl er ordtnanh naed in a pern lar nea*o, that . aa be Stbwn, aad If description* are mad* br name* whleb b* waa in ibe bablt ot applying to tbe parties, his msastag ran be gathered juat aa well trom the nee of th?--e naases ss II be hal employed tb* appetlatlona by whlcb tbef were ccmrronly known I hare an doubt that this I* a If 11 tra"' mode of interpmtiag a will, oy tbe aid of ei lureic erlder.ee, in exi orltlon of the habrta aad phrw** logy of ibe leatalor, and it mnat therefore be decided bat the annuity be paid lo the claimant Supreme Court Clrrnlt. I re 7i ? Ordered, That tbe Clerk glre notice of thd follow i g i rder ? A new ral^ndar r.f ra<mr* noticed for trial will be maid i'p for 'be lan ary term, 1??>7, for which note* ol lasne mi at be tiled cn cr before Saturday, tb* 37th day ol Ue timber Inftt. A!1 notr* of l**ue tor that and erery subsequent term tr upt itatc distinctly th. nature of the issue. Pneh r.otes of Issue for January lorm, shall nlag staid wt-ribcr tbe ratite waa on Ibe calendar at Ibe close or r r< icbrr term, IMC. aad If so shall State tte number of t cause ?n that calendar; aad oote*of I sue, for other term!' shall atate whether Ibe cause I* then on the ctleodar, and tb" at mhrr thereof and If tbe canee baa been worked "down," on the calendar, in 1R5A. it must be so lated on Uie l ote ol' ue and the date thereof. T>ie CUf' Is directed not to enter any canss spon tb# ra! iiflar nit ibe note ol lasne therein ooalorsM to tba foretoirg dlrectloas. And when a cause is placed on tbe salendar It will n be ntc< sary to Die in It any note of Issue for th sob n qnent itrms of tbe year Such calendar wilt be eon i.i u. d !"r the su'.tt:- Et Ui ii.i '.Bi.i the car thercia arc (iisposcd of. WCHAKD B 00NH0IX1 Qer^ ^