Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 1, 1857, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 1, 1857 Page 1
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T H WHOLE NO. 7579. THE POLICE QUESTION. iwmouw vo nmmiiuimavta w* ~mm> Police I*M ?nt?Aki"N Abrogation of the wntl Important Dbtrt't??A Dragoon and M.rfng Police Propoaotf, 4ms. Dm contort between the manlci^l and wUte aaihort'ie* h relation mdm pohoe, Menu to indicate little etoe In pros pect than ?n aggravating Mischievous prtiy Interference \ so tbs part of the new Commissioners tn their endeavor to demoralise and destroy the old system, as In revenge for their nrn absord pretttcamcnt an dor the Supervisors' HtnHsftton. The motion to revolve the ?zif ting force loto a snowicipal watch wlH be completed tonight in the Board ?f Aldermen, and so the demarcebon between the two pr>^Kj?ed systems will be made absolute. Should the Wife still be persisted In, as It ha? continued for shne time now, the mischief to arise (rem It may be very serious After the action ef the Board ef Aldermen, a munlcf pa watch, confessedly Independent of, and In addition M the Mate police, will be fully authorised. Its limit, upon the Mhednie which has been presented, Is some hmdrod men ism than the prefect force. The practical bearing* of the now Mil/in which the State-police Is authorized ,m?*t eventually resolve pendtoe strife Into two lndeuendent forces, full o rivalry, accrlmony and mischievous feettopj towards each (her, so ioeg m the present S'iamrie ligatures of a very boUhy coDetractive connection give them color of cause for any interference with eaoh other. Ike city of Now Tork will of coarse maintain Its chartered right of telf ( Nrtaeat, bat doubtless it will not thereupon auntie to question the right of the Legislature of the State to main Wb a standing force of either the militia or of poll?, if It hail se enact Ttwt foroe, loo, may be located in what ver manner or place shall be tbooght expedient. But ?Dder the oonstitutioa no one individual, town, city or eeoaty een be taxed a larger assessment for the support of this force than ? doe proportion id the general levy of (he Stale. Where U?- Fa per vigor? of the oouaty,the oori>>rale 'Acer* of any town or lnetltntloo. or even any private yen one, see fit to make reqolel-.lon rorlpoHoemen of the ew IMai* OommissioBere, they are auttonzed to furnUh them at the erpeoM^ of itch parties. This will v 4nbtles? prove a matter of muoh oonveoienoe, provided ?Mh levies shall Ml be gataered for any obstruction or law, cr ofipoaitioti to the ordinances of the local authorities. However the final point of the oonstltoUooahty of the present police bill may M determined la the Court of Appeals, M la mw realised that tMs ctty caooot be under tfce Oootiitution saddled with poiioe or any other expenses wHheut Ms special r?qainltlon and eaeent being had In the KAXD HMIBA OF NUOHIIH. Thla la aboat the conclusion which now prevails in the pehoa department, and all the men have made op their M ? take their stand accordingly. There la, bower*. Km additional consideration: when shall they be pnriniUed to draw their pajf When will the tttlgaung squabbles admit of Mr. flagg's unfastening his mooev bags? This la toe unsettled question Jurt now, and itn bearings are ettoemelj barranlng to the men, w HI tot It may present the ?Mef hope of an aggravating retaliation on the part of the CwBHoMn. The men have now been a month without C, aed the pressure on them already begins i? threaten withdrawal of aome of the best men In the serrise, who mutt of oourre have ueir meaas of llvtng. If there were opportunity for them to serre the Oommiaaiooers, tostr hope of pay would be still more remote, to view at this state of things some four hand red ef the best trained and mtai responsible men and stoeeri of the department bare become imbued with toe vary sensible Idea of Joining their Chief in Ms flight to the Wast, In view of a settlement upon the m ?I one of the nulroada new underway, and In oonooottoa with which Mr Mais> ll'a future activity will be identiled as a public officer. The de jar to -a of theae men must reduce the police force of this city to a very dangerous and paralysed condition for some time. It wookl tako away at once the entire skill and eft deoey of the force, and tears tosc i) In the car* ef a set of men almost aa ?r?en and toeflletent for any organised duty aa almuat the White streai Cosaua*s?lsnsri tooeselret. The ssattor in not amy ?rlonity discussed, but actually underway. Matsell bintfelf oontenaplateahla departure by the middle of this month, and certainl) before the 1st of July. Now that ho is really to be gone, and when his efficiency and akill are ?o strongly telle red ard set off by contrail with * the machine by which It U propowd to supersede him, to) re Is a very general feeling of regret, aa well as a sure senpe of ihe Met Uat bis place will not be (tiled, eren by all the officious seal which seeka to make the nphere of his duties Ihe basis of a thorough European police scheme. The iiropo-tik>n for a memorial of him to be p-ocured for toe Council Chamber, hai given mach sa ud'actioo. aod fcesidea ibiN, the preliminaries are disc steel for making a more ?pocial demonstration by his friends and associates to Ihe dei*rimei.t. SHAN" TBBORaTICAL BHCAMPMBNT OF STAT* FOLIC*. The Wbiie strcei Cnmmi<sk>ners keep I heir flail) setsiona witn a diligence which will oer.aialy establish their claim ? draw uieir aupenu without a Diana aay un aaiuM*y tti?y put forth a tcbedule of police prealacta, tho mala Sin of which to Hill* likely to augur very Tarora >ly of thctr aim*. akboogh It prasrnM ao exact key to their pur powi 1b rroofwlructiu* the di<trtci< their view m ?o iclu-lvely directed to the billot botes that they pointclly et> j kx k ibeir m>r? Immediate charge?I bo strung b.ixos B will be ??en rrnm the annexed schedule, that at the Brat itart ofl, tho) abrogate the Fir 4 district altogether cut tt to tw?, and portion it ufl?oue pat to the preeent.? aond di-Ulct, aod tb* other to be a portion uf tho Third? so In be iDeluded with tbe bay, haroor aad the oouo.y of R>otm>ood, aa oue "precinct.'' ThM First district, (tbe lower ward*.) so cut up indifferently, bat, certainly, the iea?l weight la rwpect to lla political suffrage, but aa io eluding the graal oeuir* aad accumulation of tbe wealtb aad properly af the oonimcrcial part at to* city, Wtiaya the IWcl Uut not thief satrhlDg, but ? < catching la the vocation to be pursued >y Me 'Metropolitan l"olloe " Men of propeity who lea re their ilore*, marchanrilra, bank*. ships *c , la the lower art of ihe pet. Insula oi Nae Yorit city, kn<>?1n| thai now they bave a separate sot ot office-g aod police to guar,l ban, will barly appro** of ?pliclng Uieee Important rlski ai a tort rag eo<la to two of lit* uptown ward* and Richmond oauMy down the bay. Here l? llie schedule ? Tbe Metropolitan PoUoo Dtalrict la hereby d! ruled Into twenty live prt clocia. There ball be seven precinct* in the city of Brooklyn Mi ? of King*, and *lx inspector* or raptaia*, and twenty four aergrauU assigned Iharaiu, aul sal.i preoincta ball b* laid out and booltdad forthwith by tb* Deputy x ^iperintendeat doing duly la Brooklyn, and Raid precinir kail be numbered fro* owe to **vu respectively, with we *uh Matioaa. There ahail o* nineven precinct* for the countie* of New Tork, Richmond and W watch eater, numbered from right to twewt^r-aU rcapaoUrcly, aad bounded aad comprehend That part of New Tork county by aad nrwapi *h*ad*i1 within Chamber* *tr*M, Broadway ad Whitehall utrnem, la North river, aad arouad tbe North river to Chamber* treat, (ball be ea* aranteot, aad ahail laoiude the bay. harbor aad Riehmood ?ounty, aad aambrred right. Tha part of Naw Tork county bounded by Chamber* all ??l. Centre strert and Nassau *treet, Spruce street, Ferry treet, I'eak *Up, aad tb* Kaat rirrr to Wbitahall street, aad through Broadway to Park raw. aad thaaci to flprnca ami Naaaan street*, aad Including tk? I'ark, shall be another pierlnct, aad nambered B. That part, k?,, I) tag between Chamber* street aaJ ftml mrmi RrittilvBf knd ihk Nnrik Hwkf bK?11 Ka otter prectaet, ud anmbered to That part lying betweea Peck slip tarry u4 flpraca Mint, Oaaira MrMt, Cktmbtn Mn#l, Broadway, Canal air eel, Bowery ukI Catherine, and bat rlrer, ahall be aaalhar precinct, ud numbered 11. flat part lyttf Wt n? Ctattarlne atreat, Unwary. ?r?nd i tr?xl us<l M rlrer, ahall be another precinct, and aambertd 11 That part betweea dread afreet, tM rlrer, Houaton ?Nitu4 Bowery, Khali be aaattir precinct, and nambored 13. VmI i art betwaea Bowery, from Cfeaal to Hnatton, aad between Honatom, Uaaal aod Vooatar atreala, ahall ba Matter pracloct, aad nombered 14. Hial pax between Ohaal treat aad Hoiurton, Bedford aad La Bny atreeta, North flrar aad Wocetar atreet, ahall ba aantbar precinct. numbered It. That pari between Haualae atreet, Bedford < ermine Waal. Matt araane, aad Ftmrteeath atraetaad Broadway, hall ba another prectact, aad aumhered 16. That part betwaaa North rlrer, Fourteenth (treat, Htith araaaa, Carmine, Bedford aad La Bay atraoU, ahaU ba aaattar precinct, auabarad 17. Itat part between Hnaataa etrert, Rant rlrar, Fomrbreath atreet aad Pint araaaa, ahaU ba another prod net, aabared It. 1W pail between flooatoa atraat, Hrat arenna, Foartaaath atreat and Bread way, ah ail be aaottar predact, aad numbered H> Vht preaeat, Wtt, 1Mb, aOtt, flat, Tta aad lfHh warda riMrt each be p-edocu, and numbered reapactlraly, 30, M. a. ?, M and at The preer nt 12th ward aad Waetr.beater county ahall ba precinct and cambered M. Award log 1" tbla achedale the preeent nnmber of police aaptaiae la New York will be aMtartallf reduced The Beard atao adopted the following form for aa appll "f0" , beta* duly qualified fbr appotatmaat aa ra qdtred by aartloa 7 of " Aa act to eatabli.h a Metropolitan ro?c? d atrtat." Ac., do hereby declare that I am a rit.ien * the failed *auw of America, ? yearn of age, oaa read Ml write the Eaglkeh laaguage, aad that my application, rtaawiotfally rat anted to the Beard <rf IHtto, la ay aaa haadwrlUac I farther declare that 1 haranarar bean ?*wrtnt?d of crime, aad bare realdad within tho dlatrlc afnraaald during the ire yoart laat paat A VBABOOW AW? *AB!1*? FOtlCB. Tba baard baa aleo dlauaaed and will dlepoee of all Ibe ratea, reyrtaiiona aad eharacteriatlea ef the I^oadoa poIlea "ratem, which la tte wodel ttey propoaa to reproluoe la tte " Metrnpnlitaa IMatrM." A* the rrewnln* Irlnmph ef their robenae, thay ennteaipUle a a.|nkdroo of" florae rltca," to ba made arattab'a an the marylna M the dlatrlet," aa well aa in acoartiig * baHT' warda oa aleetim dayt. On the rtrara aad dawn the bay they aleo oeatemplate the organtaaUon of a fbrne anltable for -errloe there Indeed, It le la theae ' pr'dncta" thai theOommla loaera hope to acbiare any hlng Hke utility. To dir. U?* Utah of the " oharred ' naptalna afthe"mn ' * V al< Ipal department will noma before tba Ounmiealanem * PraatlwaHy thay bare all the np fbr dlaobe dlerx*e. rfteen captain" and aa many Nentenama are fbrmal'y oa tte docket. It la andanrtood that the remlu tt* In "jrard to ttle proaacdln k t <v>-maHty of aereiin* Use dlitb'l?( claoaea 'n tba* M I nun rtaln ooMtmoUrn % E NE wbtcb they eip. nt. In thie manner?of i?K the pre?eo? force?to ororcome. a general order will j be taaeii to the tnen to re >ori thennelvo Initlrldualty at WbHo M.ree , ( pain of pro<*edlt?r? MmiUr to tbore agatoKt thetr ei'lcers. Bat not Um flrxt warrant, doi the trrt C"*roU?wm, beyond die flve n?.-n llaxii of lb" ffciper morn, bo* an yet been i-wued from White ftreet.^ The men at tti? ''opr.rttner t shmiM n<te ihts. Not a tuan has had hli (krft Jolkar of nav Lh?tr? ?tth*p ? * UCTVUt FROM UAFTA1N HijDIRBP, 0? THK KLITKNTB WARD. TO TUB KumiR OF TKK IIKRALD. Eucvterni Polio* Pmnn, 1 New Yokk, May 29, 1S67. J On several occasions?in fact alm<vt Milt, sinoe the opening of the ' Police War"?I have been favored with a tbot from your battery, of greater or leas directness and severity. It is not my intention to undertake to " run a muck" with y xi in oobtequeuce, or to quesUoa your righ' t> cnticj*e my otiietal acta as noverely a? yon please; but I havo reason to be iewe that you are ml-informal in regard to my pwitton, and therefore do me unintentional inj istioo. Wiu you do me Ibe favor?nay,the justice?to allow me to My. through yonr columns, in ansiver to your various strictures on my conduct, from tret to >Mt, that I neve* was In, or prevent at, a canon of any kind of the whig or republican captains or commit*lonera; that I Barer wm ' closeted" with Mr. Draper, at his house; that I never was in hit Loom- in my lif?; that I never attempted or oMteuipfaUed a wurrender of my station house or appurtenances to the new Gommtsstoners; bot, on the contrary I was of opto too, and so expressed myself teal) with whom I roDverctid, teat as the mation houbo property betaged to the Corporation, it was undoubtedly subject to their control, and the new Commisrion ooukl only obtain possession with their consent. This I Mid to the Mayor at the time of the interview, of which so much has been said, and also, If I am not aiataken, to one or more of the Metro politan CommistiooerB. And It is only due to the new OommirainMrs to My, that they sever suggested or intimtled to me any desire for such transfer or possession of the station bouse iu my charge. The ulur. therefore, that I chose the "Uuy >awkxa" hour oT midnight to betray my trust, and make a transfer of it to other parties, is anite unmerited. The only explanation of that circumstanoe necessary, it the fact that it ?u netrly ten o'clock at n'gbt before the order *u received by me: and aa suspense ia always pamiu) to me, I thought tie ssooer the "agony waa over- ' the better. Hence the "dark hoar" of ml uii If hi lor reading the artier*. The troth it, I thought from the beginning that the Isane ought not to be forced on thu subordinate members of the department, but should be fought out and settled by compulsory process between the responsible head* thereof, respectively. Hence I endeavored to avoii the dllftoalty as king as I could. But when this waa no longer possible, 1 endeavored to inform myself, that I might act intelligently and Justly. To this end I examined the law carefully; and although I round Mime of its provisions objectionable, ktill it waa a statute, lacking Mfiegislalive form or sanction, and as a good citizen, Lot to say n sworn officer of the law. 1 had but one course to pursue?to acknowledge ana sustain the law, and the an borlty of the Commissioners under it, saUsiled that Uto demoralized and inefficient condition of the department demand** a change In the administration of It, and confident thst If a cnange did not improve it, It wai at least impossible to make it worse. 1 may be permitted to add that I also com sited able counsel, and waa adriied to obey the law aa I found it, whether it met my Tie n or not I have done to shall dososilll. Fordoing so, his honor the Mayor has performed the absurd mockery of retnov iff; wo, wiu uuujf umui iu my pwu}. au'i mi auhi recta bcinn stroigly in the aacencant, I was nubia to maintain my authority in the nation home, and yielded odIv lr?m neoe*ttly, proietling against the usurpation of authority practised, and asteiting my rights and prerogatives as Captain of the Eleventh preci at. Finally, permit me lo say. that a new statloa hotue will sunn he in readiness, and matters going on systematically; and while I thall endeavor lo avoid c lib Ion and to cultivate reiatioa* of harmony wlib all, I ahall not flinch from any responsibility incident to the performance at my duties aa Certain or Police. PaTKR SQUIRES, Captain Eleventh Precinct The Poltce DUkaltks In Brooklyn?Pramgate Wast* of Corporation Paper. There was quite aa eidtiug tine in the offloe of the Deputy Superintendent on Saturday morning. Those oaptatns of police who directed their returns in aooordanoe with the requirements of the new law, deposited them upon the desk as aso*:, Ua4 aa the eet^aiaa who a*here to the Mayor made their appearance, the Deputy Informed them that their returns would not bo received unless directed to him in proper form. Be informed Captain Cms, of the Third dlstrist, that the " Chief of Polios" waa not there. "Well," answered the Captain, "if ha la not here I will leave the returns, and when he oomss la he will see them.He thereupon placed the returns upon the desk, when the Deputy Superintendent took them and lore them in pieces. (kptaln King, of the Second district police, came in af erwards The Deputy Superintendent accosted him, saying, ai he looked at Iho returns, "You don't recflfttse me as Deputy ttaperintendent, do you?" "No, I do not." NMMM Captain King. t'Well, then, retorted the cbief, 1 do not recngnlae jou as aa officer." "Very toort," wid the Captain; "I shall lake my returns lo the ley or," and went out. Shortly after he returned and ataied tha'. Ihia waa the nlane wht<rm ih? Mturm hut waj* heretofore been made, and be should leave them. Laying the paper down, the Deputy HapartDiendent took It, and I'rutnphnc It op i brew It a poo the floor Captain Kin*, looking on, good humoredly remarked 'There'* ao much Corporation paper spoilt; that'* the way the city mob>>' gnas Come along, dog*'?whistling for a flue white dog wbtch generally accompania* him In bin preregrlua lieu about the Second district?'" come along, we'll go, thla ia no place tor ui;" and at be went. Capt. Powers, of tbe Fourth district, and Capt. lluli-a, of the?ixin district, tuccenlrely made their appearance and banned In the usual documi nla of the morning. They were similarly received, and the returns crumpled up and thrown upon the floor. The captains went to the Mayor for advice, and after cou*ulta'l m ooncluded to loave their return* In the ottice where they bad formerly left them, directed to ibe "Chief of Police," leaving to that officer the responsibility of destroy ng them or tiling them, aa he deemed lit. Tbe Major thinlm the Deputy will have aome Inconvenience hereafter In making out bla own returna. lie terms reconciled to await sveats, whatever the result niay be. The deck Ion of tbe Court of Al>|>eala U awaited for wUb gnat Interest by both parties. in tbe meantime tbe cotflict of authority will oottlnue; but It Is not at all probable that anything more desperate will be done than tearing npafew bar in leva pieces of paper. Tbo?e captain* wbo made their reports to tbe " Deputy Scp*? Inlet dent" are as follows ? Ca|*aln Hmlmh nf tbe First dlstric ; " Cutset ard, of the Fifth dlstrft, " flUllwelt, of tbe Seventh district; " Combe, of tbe kiibth ward; " Miller, of tbe Ninth ward. Those captains wbo are determined to recognise Mr. rott, as '-Chief of Police," only, aad nothing elee, oom prise. Captain King, of tbe Second district, ? Ca?e, of tbe Third district, " Powers, of tbe Fonrth dlstrtat; ' Mullen, of l?e *tith dletnctIn tbe Third district, Capt. Oms still retains poweaien of tbe book* and paper*, and "risrgsaat" McClane Is prohibited from having anything to do with them. So matten stand at present Police latilllyMi Mom PramoN) Amur* ?Hug h Dow nelly waa arreted ho officer McPbereon, on Saturday, charged with stabbing James Sweeney with a knife In the neck, on tbe left (Ida CTseeuey was seriously Injured, aad tbe partiea were brought yesterday bettor* Justice Daviiaon fbr siamlna Uon, when M appeared that Donnelly noted la self defence' aa Sweeney admitted h? went to tbe defendant's place of business for tbe pur pas* of beating him. II seems that Donnelly had a/mod himself in aaictpaUoo of a flgbl. and la Ibe scuffie stabbed bla ssanllaat. Ia view of tb**e facts, tbe magistral* required Donnelly In give ball to an*w?r the charge of assault and battary before tbe Special iastbsr slabbing affray look piao* tn Broadway, n**, Fnrtv flrst street on Natnrdav nltbl John flomtwK silk ft fttaad, waa walking home, when be ran agalaat Lewla Tm?t, whereupon an alienation look pkux, when Trait dr*w ? dagger and Milt ft DMi ftt Oombart, who, In ea doftTortfty to |)ib>?w hlmoetf, wm atabhed in the hand twteo. Trail wmi imiM, and held to anawar by JuaUoe Darldooft, as ft chftrga of leloatona aatftnll WHItem 0*Hrtoa, ft tmlkrtmg warn, reoMing to CkrottM atreet, waft etebbed, It It ftoarad fetal ly, la Cherry atroat, on Saturday eight It appear* ha had been drinking, and waft ft boat leaving the liquor .hop to go borne, when ha waa etftbbed with a dirk kalfe by ft omb to him unknown, ftftd be tftlaka Uirouah mlatake the dirk kalfe entered bla l?a ftide and paaielrfttod all laohaa, leraiinf hla In tee Uaea la different plnoeo II waa ft moot frightful i wouad, sod be will dovbtteoa die U la not known who i Inflicted the wound. i rimm'ft Fnirr?Aftiupr or Two ov ma Rjiji?ft.?An telling melee took place yeatanlay la RUth araftue, near Jr(Terror markrt, growl ag oat of 111 blood between renaln i member* of Are engine* No. 0 aad No. 11. Iter* wm an aterm of Ore, when the two onmpftniaa met ftt the ptaoe ( deecrlbed Hinma* Rally, m engine No. ft, made fta $t- , tack upon ooe of the member* of No. 11, when general i flpibt toot p'ftoe, and the prlreet waft the anana of the wild eel eiritemenl Ufltear HanAeM ?rreete?l tally, bat a i rnab woe made and It took a platoon of offloar* to prevent i ft rertne Officer* BanflMd and tftarrot were rooehly , handled by Kelly'* friend*, hot they auooeedod In lading \ the prisoner to the court room Kelly wa* fined 910 by i .lufttlre Unrldvoa, ftsd bound over to keep the peaoe for < il* mon ba nnder a forfeit of A600 Oornellu* Stephen*, ft 1 runner, wtx^wa* conepkraou* la tha row, waa ftteo ftound over to koep the peace I Cbw (*t?aum.?Nlcbolaa Meyer*, ft nermftn, wm ftr- 1 rooted Mfty tf> with ft vftln*ble oow In hte powftekm, np | pooed to be atolen He waa taken before Judge Brawnnll and bald Ull tha loth, whan be waa dtasharged, ae tha " Twelfth wftrd police could And no owner tor the oow. Im ! enlittely after hie being dl?rharged Mr. Ptokemon, from Yr.nktr*. claimed the oow, and Hergeaat McOiftker, of tha Twelfth ward, ftft*r ft long eearch, ?ireeled Meyer la IM ' Wlliett (treat, and he In the act of o tearing ft way. The , oow waa valued at AIM. t Tn? C*v*i. tw Ounatt. The wmtcrn dtvMnn of n the Frle canftl l? ftt laet in navigable order Tbe break* hare been rapftlrad and boat* are paaatng through. P 0 W Y O MORNING EDITION-MO] TIm Stmll ?T Um City, < PINAL WRITING OV TH* SPECIAL COMMITTEE OF TBB 0 COUNCILMEM ON TUB BUBJROT ?IMPOHTAHT * I>K*UBAB TU TBB BANATOHY IKPKOTS or FILTHY ,, HTREkTH? MOD* OF OLK?N!NO THH ftTMHTA OF ,) LI\BRPOOL, MANlBKSTKR, BHIrtTOL, BlUNSHIUl, 4 GL4BGOW, ABRKUKKN, PARI*, H 4MBl'K4t, nMtIN, 1 VIENNA, Tt'KIN, KTC N1W TUU COMPARED WITH I) THOHB CITIBH*?PTATIHTlCfl OP MORTALITY?BOW H NEW TOBK CAM B? EEPT CLEAN?A REVKNUB TO BB DKRIVED PROM TBI RBPHRB MATKH1AL?TBI PR19- c RENT FILTHY KIRMTH AN ANNUAL DAMA6B TO MBRCflANTH UP OVKK $600,000. * Tb? special committee of the Br*' d of Councilman?Mr. Jones chairman? appointed to Inquire Into the condition of tikft Mr eel! of the city, ud report upon the beat mode for cleaning them tad keeping them sleanj met on Saturday at 12 o'clock In the chamber of the Board or Council nen. Dr. WYtnra first appeared before the committee. He ww at Um present time, he stated, a clttr>n of New York, though the most of his life been passed in BaWmora. He had bestowed a great da U of time upon the study of thesaaa tory condition of cities. To the subject of the cleaning of the streets of cities he bad given particular attention, with a lew to learn the effeot apoa the health of the Inhabitants of different cities of the degree of cleanliness maintained la theclreets. Nothing In the ooudltion of a city, in his view had so direct and vital an lnfioenoe apoa the health of the dtiasM as the condltioo in which the streets were kept. An Immense amount of animal and vegetable products was constantly being brooght bringing into every city. A portion of the organic matter thus brooght in, whan for the maintainable of life and a large share beoome refuge material. This refine material most bo disposed of la some way?iba readiest way was to throw It Into the streets, which disposition was made of it In most sases. It was a law of nature however, that when organic matter oested to lire, It commenced to decay. As it decayed a mlausa was produced la the highest degree detrimental to health He believed H to be aa easy matter to measure the degree of health in different places by determining the quantity of decaying mat ter present in the streets. In this view of the subject, the importance to the public of keeping the strests clean was too apparent to be misconceived. If the ciliaeA of New York, generally, would beoome aware of the real effect upon the public health of the streets in their present condition, be did not believe thev would knr remain in their pree ent state of apparent apathetic indifference. The Craikhjlm wMied to know whether the Dr. In Um oourse of his investigations a# to the efTeoU of the condition of the street* npoo the health of cities, bad made himself conversant with the different plana pursued in different cities for cleaning the streets. Dr. Wtjb replied that be had Investigated carefully Into the various plans adopted is the leading cities on the European continent, not with a viesr to the sanatory effect produced alone, but also in their economical bearings. The rood effect on the health by having the streets kept clean could not be doubted. There mi|ht be a doubt, however, as to the beat and most economical piad to adopt, and for this reason be had examined them all. The Chaismu stated that the kind of plan to adopt la New York was a matter of some moment. It was desirable to adopt the best plan?the plan that would best effect the reenh and prove the least burdensome to tax paying cltlsens Cleaning the streets of New York had always been a heavy tax upon the inhabitants. It was important to know how much or how hole of a burden H was upon other cities. He ssked the doctor, therefore, to state for their enlightenment, and as a basis for their report, the different plans of street cleaning in other cities thai haa oome under his knowledge or observation. 1 Dr. Wtoxi proceeded to state that in European cities the i systems had undergone remarkable changes within a flew vttriL Thin wm rmrhmlulf llM mm In ttu> IsrM mm. mercial cities of England, where lha whale subject had been submitted to thorough examination and revision. Mortality waa (bund la all the large towns to be fearfully on the is create, and thla waa the cause of the revision. Parliament appointed commissioners from lt? body?among whoa were some af the trailing member* of both branches of the Parliament la ponttloa and Inflnenoo?to examine Into the matter of the alarming increase In mortality. Two votomiaous reports were made by theae commissioners, showing moMoonctuaiYeJy that It waa to lbs (Why oondl Hon of the strsatoof the large towna that the insrssss to mortality most be attributed. Since this report the momcipal authorities at the leading cKiea In Eaglaod had attended to the cleaning of their streets, and the result had been a marked diminution la the ralee of mortality. The Poo or read from the reports statement showing to wboae management to the principal cities of England and Scotland the cleaning of the Ffeeta was tonslgned, how ofta ,the streets were cleaasd the cost of cleaning, and proceeds of the value of the refnse ma toriaL The fellow ng ware the d ie* and (hots referred to:? la IJverpoel the s'reei cleaalng was done under the direction >f the Common Coo sell; sixty live cartmen were employed; streets cleaned oooe a week; tnnoal cost, $24,100; proceeds from the sale of manure, IS,760. This oompoUtlon did not Include the courts and alleys but only the principal n reels of the city. In Ibis city there was but one place Tor depnait for refuse material. la Manchester the Common Council directed the street cleaning; se-eoty eight oaruncn w?re employed, streets cleaned once a week; annual cost, 9M.300; proo**<le flora the sale of manure, M.OOO; seven places for dumping; alley* sad courts not cleaned. In Brist '1 toe police bad charge of the street cleaning; BTa rartRiC'D were rm ployed ; ntn eta rMIM 0*0* a *NI; annual coat, proceed* from Uie aaie of manor*, . $406. In KHohurg the rnliofl mpervle** the etre-t cleaning; one hundred and *f?e n wi.fir' and flfly tre rartmen were emp'ojed. atre?u cleaned every day: annual ooat, M0,M)0; proet'< dn from aale of manure, $M),ono In thla cHy all tb* roan* and alley* were cleaoed, and bul two place* far dumping Id Ulargow tb? atreet cleaning M IjMNllMMft Mcnera; itsly -our carmen were employed; aaontl ooat, $13,7M>; proceed* from rale of manure, tA.500. Hare tie principal atrr?t* are cleaned every day, and the other *tre*ta from three to five i me* a week In Airrdeen cleaning >be atreeia wan rtooe by coast*aloaeni alto; fifty one aoavnnger* and ?ii teen cart men were employed: atrena o eared avory day; annual coal, 17,000; proceed* from Ihn dale o' oianrre, 110,000 Dr. Wynki ueit gave a verbal statement of the mod* of alrent cleaning at preaant prevailing In U * principal continental clUea or Europe. I'aria, he ?tat*d, wan nw?|H every night. The contract wax given oat by the illy to the party paying for It the highest num. A honua was alwaya gl*. en, ?o it at Inrtead of keeping the tlreeta clean one ting the city a large amount, the city derive* a revenue therefrom. No reftaae of any kind wa* permitted to lay in Ih* itreetn Rvery day, at klated interval*, oart* pwaaed along to re celve the garbage and other rnfua* material. IT any garbag* or outer matter wan thrown Into the ?tr*et the police looked op the gni ty party aod a fine impoaed lUm burg, which, with ti* earlrwa, had a population of 900.000 aooli, laaw*j4twle*a w?*k. The work le given oat by oo*tract, and the ctty I* paid Air lb* oontract, wbereaa formerly it bad to pay a rood inn fbr having the work done. The environ* around Hamburg are la a high Kate of cultlvallcn, and have heen made no from ualng the refuee ma torla) of Hamburg fbr manure In winter the mow I* carted from the utreeto and depoail* II* rediment for ma or*. The atreet* of tola dty ar* wa*h*d every day in rummer with water. In Berlin the police have charge of cleaalng th* ttreeu Pa* per cowvtcto, corresponding to the coot in* tent to Black well *a leland from Now Tork, porfbrmad th* work. Th* atreeta wer* awefrt every Morning, oom encing at I o'clock. Tb* (treat* were k*pt In Oae condition, hot whether th* labor of keeping them clean wa* a aooro* of ii>h or ravaooa to h* could aot any. Th* law of Brrftn required each tenant to ray a tax of R per oent additional to bl* rent, which tin went to pay the whole city aiponaaa. in Tleana the cleaning of th* rtreen was Moat oo oontract The wreoM were cleaned oaea a week al eight No refuee. barbae* or anything of the kind wa* permitted to ba thrown Into th* it/e*4e Every Wedneeday and Saturday man with oart* went Ihrongh th* etreeta to receive all garb***, to , a maa preceding with a ball to ft** notice of the appro* h of the garbage ear*. Removal of th* garbage wa* dt* tlnct from floating the ttreet* A bono* wa* paid for tb? garbage, and from thta the erpenee of claailng th* atreeta wa* partly paid. In Twin the oontract* for daaatng the etreeta are given out by diatrMa?the etreet* are cleared by day. At Mated Interval* narta paaa aroand to reoatve he larbagw and general rafaaa material Moat of the bulldiaga anrrnaad a ooert/aad here the re fate malarial la daroaitad, and ta aot allowed to ba thrown lato the ulreeta. Ih* fhuranaw naked tow Maw Tork a* regard* th* oon dltioa of 11* ateeew, onmparrd with th* ottle* annmeraied Pr Wvwwa *ald th- praeent ooo.lltlon of the ?lr?*t* *f New Tork war* inOaltaly wort* than could be imagined ny 10m iitb| id w* ronuneniai citiea 0t fjimpw?tntt a nttety fieri 11? i their Imagination! worn thue fkr doI naif ? New York bit in ail the ciuea of the United t, fkatea bat little uimttm baa been grvas to Mtitrr m muter*?particularly with refer* ire to the Imuuclaiwe of j, keeping clean ibe^trerunf KtoWaa. Whom a fcarfnl epl ? demtc nune npon *rmi> of the title*?m come It mn?t tf u not kept clean? then the attention of the Inhabitant of j I hat particular city would be wake>l op to proper energy n and activity, and probably not before la no oily at borae f, or abroad had be toond rack abaoiate neglect aa In Maw . York. . The (Iuihuv?Do 70a not think New York ran be kept ? M Dr. Wnw?Mart n#mredty Hcaa. n The (Hiiirtt*-In your rlew do yon not believe that w leaning the utrerta of New York, If properly managed cl nifht be made a aouroa of ravenn* Inetead of evpenae to t, ibe city In Dr. Wtw?-All the principal ritlea of England are rnr j, nnnded with highly cultivated countrtea. 1*0 refute M natter taki a from the mine It deposited on them fbr ma m lore, and a good price paid for tht? manura Thera h, 'M not the *ame demaad now for manure oa the laud f0 1 bout Naw York, hnt be believed It waa baoauae the valua al if city refuse a* manure waa not properly reoogntaad. ff nrter proper management, h i belleve<l(t he a-tentlon of hj [ardenera aad other* wonld he called to the matter, (r ind the refute material of Naw York bring p n a good revenue? above the eipenae of oartlng I away and keeping the itreeut eleao. The vahieoTihto aftite a alerial fbr manure had been pmroe tonnonciu lively io admit of daubt He knew a gentleman living a " hort diatance from Edlnhurg who aapended over one luadrnd thoueaad dol ar* tor refnae material ft em Kdtn >ori, fbr manure, which ha depnalted on hie eetate. The ivofl; to him waa 1m me nee in the end. Inlmdontha ** tarhage, *c , after becoming dry, waa packed Into bog* iea<l* and aeat a long die tan ne la the country, to ba need w1 1* manure W The Craimiav?From what facte do you Judge the public a I lealth In New York ie Jeopardlaad by the atreeta not ba- be ng kept perfect!* cleaned f h? Dr. wnn-TTiat nnckan atreeta have a delete*Vm* ef. Sri ec? oa tha public health te the plaiaeat proportion In at ) f | t I * ' ; ft MB ffDAY, JUNE 1, 1857. tralecfeBM. The ml* ma Docemanly artalnf from do ?) Id* ??g. lahM matu'r naMM* do othnrw*? tbu tBdane > fe?tre, (Jytentiry, otaoWra, an J ktnUmd diotwa*. Among h)klr> n the fft'ert la most apparent The bills of moi tall f ui iurn snow u>e ract, ir uouiing ena. in ?<"? be number of death# annually *h 1 In 46; in 1816, 1 in

1; to 1820.1 to ?7; in 1826, 1 to 34; to l&iO, I to 84: to 886,1 to 41; to 1840, 1 to 89; to 1Mb, 1 to 37; to 18W?, 1 d 88 Here wa? a marked increase to mortality, when be r? verve ibonM be lb? oaae. This increase coiid be .nribmed to nothing else but inattention to the streets. In (her cities it bad bwn found that in exact proportion as Mention ww |aid lo public health, mortality dimiolsbed. I would be ?o in New York. New York ought to be one if tbe heafthtem place* in ihe world. It I* mrroudcd by a iob>e hai hor, and dally swept by a fine breeze from the ea; tbe Ooton water was introduced into every boose, nd almost a* free as air. Tbe <tui?s>i?if a pestilence should visit tbe city, ronld it be worse in tbe flltbiett streets of tbe city? Or. Wtsjw? Ity natural laws U could not be otherwise, n Boston, to 1839. tbe deaths cm Beacon Hill were 1 to 4; to aiMitber itec'ion of tbe city tbe death* were 1 in 62; vblle to another ihey were 1 to 17. The last section was be filthiest lection of the city, and Beacon Hill was tbe wverae. 11m riuiraa*?]s not the dost ot the city very bad for be lnnsrt Dr. WTjn??It induces unquestionably to bronchial iWwkes. Tbe riuivinw?Is tt not as bad as the from d??y\tkf vegetable? Dr. Nn, but it is so bad that tbe streets ougtrt to > kept clean, so that there might not b? a quota of tbe >rfsei>t dual that could get loose to fly in tbe drought or nest blowing time. The C&uului?Is fresh water preferable to salt water in iprlnkHog the streets? Dr. Wy*m?If the streets are clean, salt water is just as nod as fresh. Water furnishes one of t>o elements of iecon) position, and if there Is garbage to the streets it is tetter not to prlnkle It at all. The Cbaiuax? Docs not the filthy condition of tbe itroett tend to Increase pauperism and crime* Dr. Wvm?Very largely. The subject has been examined Into to Rngiand and elsewhere, and such has been ound lo be the case. The doctor gave soma statistics on his potaL wben he terminated his remarks. Mr. A T. Brwart. tbe large dry goods merchant, next rat before the committee. Bo stated that the damage to nmfeuH* ?m rtry large from tha lmmeoM quantities of last flying into their itores and Injuring the goads. He >eiieved M wouki be a raving of *600,000 annually to the nercban** ef New York if the streets were kept clean, tar om be ww willing to pay bis share of the expense to MtT? tha work done at onoe and aa It ought to be done Irlde fWm the damage to gooda ba bettered that, obIxm he stieaSa wi re attended to, a sweeping peatileoce would MB vMt the city. In thia case the losa to New York iroaM ba ataost incalculable. Not only would strangers m kepi from ooming to Saw York, but the ctUiana would (o awaj, and the reautt would be that Philadelphia and toton would ba the gainers. Ha urged thu something >a dona to hare tha atreeta cleaned Immediately. U matmm m* If it ooat 11,000,000, it should ba entered upon iirecUy The Clinmiw stated that ba expected John N. Gentn, >q., and Judge Davlea would be present at the mooting idO make some statement* before the committee. As they tad important statistical facts to communicate he should aba them and embody them in the report from them per tonally, but shauld hare no further public meeting. He umouaaad that the committee would commence at oaoe he preparatioa of their report for speedy preaenlation la ha Board. At tear o'clock P. X. the committee adjourned. City InUlUgtnee. 'No Snon CkJtAjnjHi."?n will be regretted that" do itreet cleaaing can at preaaat ba oommencad," aa anion Dead la another column by the City Inspector," ex >ep? ld in lira urn." 1111 uneersuxxi mat tomptroiier Hagg uBI decline to pay the bills Tor any other ward, abatever may to the action la regard to the matter by the 3obbmb Oonndl, ualeea the detain* la done an contract It la a ortaaate circameteace, however, that ha haa oonieatad to Hfutdal* Ike bilk in doe time, whfeb may accrue or aervieeereadered ibe city through the City laepctor, for xjlkcUag and removing the vast accumulation of garbage tad aahea mw remaining ea the sldewalka aad yarda in Doxea, barrel*. baaketa, paaa and ketuea. Uavmg learned iha ili>ia ?aiimt Ibe CeeapUeUo* a reread ta<Namat ler, Mr. BmM ea (be AM laet aeoered ike aeeeaaa ry damping g ounde, lichee, eemle, kr.., and despatched nearly one hundred a?h aad garbagt oarta aad man to dif rei ent war da aouth of Ilouaton street. On Krtday addltioui were atade to the number of oarta and men. Ibe Seventeenth aad Twentieth war da were prondod lor, and practl cal operations were eommenoed. Carta are now ciroelat lag la Flr?t, Second .Third fourth, ruth,?ixib,uabth,Ninth Fourteenth, Fifteenth, Seventeenth and Twentieth warda authoriaed and aader the direction of the City la* pec tor It la uadcr?tood that the contractors la the Seveath, l^iev enth, ThlrVrnth, Eighteenth aad Twenty-iret warda ban given Mr. Morion positive aewranca that they will faith fully perform the terrlce la tboee warda. Oarta will b< rent to the Twenty aernad ward|to-day. The deveateenti aad tweatieth svMaatly require particular atteation on Uw part of the CHy laspectur, the fbrmer la 1866 containing a populatloB of over 60,000, the latter 47,(KM. They art aaids in which dieeaae aad death would b? moat ilkrly to prevail, lily Inspector Marlon, with hie Health Warden* ind Btreet Superintendent*, we doubt aot wul progrew ia renovating (he city aa rapidly a* eircu instance* will per mil. and It Is to be h^ped will eflfactvally prevent the Inroductioa of peaiHeatial disease*, if clean street, yard*, cellar*, bouaee, laaea, and alley* will (utxtract fr >m bill* jl moitality. Every facility .Nnould be tendered to the City Inspector in view of ibe extremely Uthy aad rreo unhealthy ouodltion or the street* " Uive him ample room tad verge enough" aad we are quite *ure be will aot to party give ap a hat waa meant far maakiad." lb* Leer Cmilsrbi*?The pebce lelegr iph operator* were kept bury all day yeeterday la ft ad log oal the whereabout* * lost chlldran for their parent*, who are Id anarch of hem. Tbe <1*7 wm fo plearant and warm lb* Ibe chil lreo werr naturally desirous of beiug out la Ibe opeo air, tod tbry irtol* away when permiar 100 wm not glrrn Ibera :o go out At a ooDsntoeuce, great lumlwn wirt km, mil through tbe agency of the police nearly luO blue onen ere reciored to Ibelr 'ItatremeJ parents. More cbllJren ?er? lost and returned to their parent* yvtarday Uian aaa before known in ooe day In this rlty. The pro -til pyMon for flndlng loal children la rory perfect. A -Mid la lo t. aay in the Fourth ward, and wanlem up U? be Ttolrte?nth ward, whtre a policeman take* II to tho latum bonne. Word la Immediately aenl to tbe Chief* ifBee, Id tbe Park, wbero Hergeant Owens keeps a reeord if tbe d'eaa, color of ha'r, sei, provable age, and, r possible, the name of the child. Hie parent n pnrrnipg bis search Is aent to tho Chief ' oftloe, where le finds the whereabouts of bis child. It somotlmes hapirus thai the telegraph wlra* do not work, and that leads r> a long Jouraey on I he part of lha parent At outer imea the father Is sot awaie what dress the little runway bad oo?that sort of knowledge being generally oouIned to ooihera. But srrna more ludicrous ignoraoce la ometlin** displayed. A few srestngs xlaos a son of tbe merald Isle came to Sergeant Owens and askad If he had 1 bta child there T" " What ia It, a boy or a glrlf' aaka-l be Sergeant "Bednd.I dont know," aald the aim-ted ither," "tha owM woman didn't IsII Be which of the htider was lost" On Undlbg on the (SI t f his child ha nainMwhsra H wan It would ha well for people to ieep a better watch npon their children, hat If they will lot tbey should train them to tall thatr names and wbera bey lire, to that if they lose their way Lbey can ha taken tone by tha police. ruaim Hjmwst Anunt.-Oa Saturday evening Inst, ietween M and 11 a'ctank. while preparation* wera being mad* In clots tha alora of Mnmi fit mans, grocers, cor ier of Hudson and Harrison aUeeta, a man aUggarad la pparaatly half drank, and asked leare lo Ught hia aegar, ihtch ha did and left At thta Una Mr P. was eonntng rhls cash for lb* night, ih. clerk was busy wMh MM the custoaasrp. and a gentleman, na aeguaHHaao* In the tore, stood br the mnnlor aa Idle looker on. This latter emarked to Mr. P. thai " thai man who was Just In wa* >ot drunk," and warned him lo look oot for himself and >ls money. Mr. Iltmaa treated tha matter ttghtlr, but *fore leaving teak ike precaution In notional a small olob bin coat sierra, ready for an emergency. The clerk, m nrr) Ign ahanl with his eumomera, likewise uk>ai ml tbe i?wLkea ain?. ???> aooldenUHy caught hlg ht of the eod of club coarealad In hi* clothe* oy hi* *lde. (Hi leaving to wore Mr. f. obaerved a man *t*ndinK 00 tbe corn*r, >b? Immediately started to amranpaar him at hie own ace. aa be proceeded opHodaoa street for hit horn* The lark HkawMo rortuaataly oheerved tba man aad hi* kit>bmw, lad bla aoaptcioaa being now rally aroaeed itrtoraM lo follow la pursuit Mr ITtman had only etched Franklin tract, oae block from hi* Mora, wh~n la puraaer stepiwd quickly 4 up to him and! indicted heavy blow with a club an hta head Tba availed iraed to dcfaad hlmeelf, aad draft tba high way maa a re irn. bat tba latter promptly fbUowed up tba Mlutt with bla dub, until h? suddenly fouDd la arm* planed down to hi* atdaa from behind by the ratrblul clerk, who bad by Una uma reached tba ?fot ?r?ral pert or* *ooa gathered around, bat nona *eemed topoeed to Interfere: policemen, as aaaal, ware nailed for 1 viln, though the fifth ward tattoo ia toarce two bkrtka om iba spot, as Leoaard street. Tba daaparado now ade an attempt to aaeapa, declaring that hx oama waa Jaeklna, and be eoald ba round dowa utreet any taw at he ww laally secured, aad with tba aid of tboaa prae (, lodgi d fbr the night la tbe Fifth ward station boose ? la evidently had aa accomplice In hi* intended work, haterrr it waa, from the urt^hat oae individual In the owl was rary offlctooa In hta behalf, and no hta way to ia Matin* *?*pped up and very^ccideotally re<-<ignm?d m ; in tbe etaUoa Itouae, however, on being qneeUowed. il< gentlemen deatrd all knowledge of " Mr. Janklna,'* id very "uddenly made himself *oaroe On ttonday ornlng tba |wleoaer waa ooaveyed to tbe Tomb*, where gave tbe name of Miner, by which ha waa committed r "aaaanlt and battery." Puch an aaaaultatsech a time id place. undar all lha dmim*tanoe*, h*a certainly a arfnl look, to aay the leaat; but m tbe offender In In tba ind* of Ike law, oomm.nt m uncalled for. rhe foregoing e lha reHabla detail* of tba tran??<tino thoa fbr. Mr. tmaa la badly wounded oa tbe head, but not dangerooaly, Vrm Owrcw laovii mat ? In reference to the paragraph 1 thl? *uhject which appeal ed la tbe Hmuinoo HM'irday. ?ln a cnmmuntoattoa, we are requeelel to ?tate thai ere are two window* In tba I Met ofllca fbr lb* *ale of imp*, aad that no complaint ha* ever been made again*t a rlerk who baa attended to the department for *ale* to U' mea from It* IM *atahlkhnwi)< 1* IMd. Tim ViTwwtt Or tw? (Seventh regiment), f>il Dnryea, 111 have a jp>and parade to d?r They will meet in ashing ton farad* <;ronnd it J P M , and from theaca 111 march to the Battery, wber* they will embark oa *rd a nteamb -at fbr Governor* Island, where Ihev will ive a grand field day oa the green need by the United lire troop* Tba "regular" on Governor a la land will drilling 10dafft would b? wall ft* them to profit by. [ERA THE MYSTERIOUS TRAGEDY AT NEWBURS. Curio as OcvtlopcmeuU-Thc CIm to the Identity of the Body?Culpable OUclonure Of the Plans to fMacover the Murder?An Kd 1 tor In Tr*i llhlv?IT tl 11 H f iMirt nf Ih* ftro bnwi'i Testimony?probable Clue to a Recent murder In New Vork-Arrrit of Important Wltneine*. Hie mystery which has Kurrounded this curious seems to deepen with advancing time, and before it la folved the effort* Tor ita solution bid lair to dovelopo the circumstances of a recent murdor in thin city, wh.-e per. petrator baa not yet been discovered. Knee the discovery of the body and the Sarah Bloom excitomout, tho Sheriff and the Coroner have been in the daily receipt of annoy moua letters from all part* of tho country, containing tnnu as to the Identity of the body. Amocs the many leU-n which were received, and which kept the authorities pretty buoy in telegraphing and travelling, was the foll0wln? Low?u. Kay IB, 1867. Ihrnn..-] have Joat noticed In the Police UaxeUt the account of the New burg murder and the description of tome of the Jewelry, he. Now. gentlemen, there has been a lady mirslng from the dty of New York since the 28th ef last month. This la*y waa decoyed from B>v ton to New York by a"ba?dif rubbers," and the writer of this had tome at their seoiota onvriled to him by the mlfhlnc larfv and tho hand know of her disclosures. Now, lr yon will go tho Seventeenth ward lilting Inn Gun Market, In <he city of Now York, and too the chief of that police station, who know* tho mining lady by the case of Catharine Anhbell, and caane him to satisfy him self whether or not ihc is in the city?now, if he cannot find her or krow anything of her whereabuta, I am s?tisfied that she baa bees dealt with foully. There la aUo a maa by the name of Wm. Sparks, who keeps a plaoe of r#i ort corner of Pearl and Chatham r treete, who should or would be likely to know this lady; bat the matter must be kept a secret from htm. Now, if this lady cannot be found.l knew, from circumstance*, that I can i ecognlze the victim aad also fferrct out tee perpetrators. Now, gentlemen, if yon will trouble yourselves In thr matter, and fbl low the directions I have given and u.?? all exertions to And this, Catharine Afhbell, and give mo the result, and whether or not the is to bo found alive, this week, you will confer a fkvor, and If I *m wanted in the matter I am at your command. Will you answer this without fell. Direct your letter to Gustavo Laroche, lx>well. Mass. Sheriff Edwards immediately went to Now York, alter obtaining the sanction of the Coroner, aad upon proceeding to the station house indicated, found that the lady described was very well known there, and had been arrested In company with one McLaughlin, for robbing a maa of a large amount of money, the Mr. R,<arka referred to having gone bail fbr her. Her trial was to hive ootne off on Ik* first Monday In May, bnt she bad forfeited her bail. The offlcer In charge described to the Sheriff vary fully the breast pin and earrings which ho laid the lady ware, and the description corresponded esaotly with that found upon the body. A visit was also made to tho other places indicated in the letter, and there could bo no doubt that a woman answering the description stated, had gone through the experience* stated la the letter, aad had not been seen recently by those who knew her. Immediate steps were taken to procure tho attendance of the author of the letter, and by the stratagem of following up a letter ho was discovered at Lowell; but what waa tho astonishMan* n/ In Mn.l (ha* ha ?as a I T? however, ascertained that the tact of hl? having bad Mapparently white wife, waa true, and ha waa accordingly taken lo Newburg to view the body. On hia way there with Sheriff Edwards and officer Clark, they converaed freely wKh him, and from hia description of the body ware can* taced that M waa that of bta wife, lie accounted for the mark over the eye aa having been produced by burning with a segar, and for the miacarralga by the itatament that it bad been occaaioned by her lifting a tub. Hia description of the teeth ana general appearance air tallied with that of the body. Re waa taken inufNewbari quieUy am Wadaaaday night and the tact of bin preiaooc waa endeavored lo be concealed by tho ofttcera. Y? through Mime strange, unaccountable blunder he was al 1 lowed to roam about tho town perfectly unrestrained and aoon hia story beoamo generally knoon. On Thurrdaj 1 a necret Inqueit waa held, locking the door after u?e boon bad been stolen, and the evidenoa which the negro hac been retailing about the town, so aa If not to pool up tho* who did not know the whole story wo* sufficient 10 vtn > any "ho might be on the watch tar the pur pone of warnin) implicated partiea Though the negro did not divulge ihi namea of the suspocted partiea In waa all twee to divulge who he waa and what was hia business there 1 Aa one of the officer* knew that be had been followed ii New fork, and as the possibility of securing the gutUy ? parties depended on the aecreay of the proceedings, thii 1 waa blunder number one. 1 Bat fbe inqueat was held with nominal aerresy, though 1 there were a number of Individuals allowed present, muDft wuom wu iuu f?unor 01 mo .irirnurg >#*?<*, unarr ' the espreaa condition that nothing abould bu oubll 1 altbout the lanction o'the Coroner. ?hi Thnrvdny afternoon, however, (be Aeui came < u? with a flaming account of tbe fac a to ita poMciutoo, which ?aa duly copied into a city cotrmporary. and credited to tbe enterprtoe of "our apccialreporter '' Of coiwbo publicity waa by tbti moana rivfo, which gave tbe rogue11 every nece**ary warning to keep out of the way, which they accordingly did, and opto tbla time, oSlcer Clark, with the aaiataace or a number of detective*, waa unable to obtain the neceeaary parti**, and bad not succeeded up to a late hour yeaterday ta ao doing. Tbtfl waa tbe reault of blunder No. 2. Whore the reeponmbility Ilea la at preaent a ma ter of diapnte. The ''oroner ia>a the editor waa bound not to pubilab without hi* cocftot. The editor uyi be did publMb by and with tbe ooarrnt of the Coroner and hi* expr4*a dealre. Tfie former would wem provable from the fact of the day'a delay In publication, while the latter la only an imported by tbe fact that tbe Coroner acknow ledge* baring told the editor to print something, taoofh be a*>erta that be told him to be careful, and thought be knew enough njt to divulge the name* of the auapected partiea until they were arreated. So tho matter atanda between tbeee two gen lenmn, who, by the way, bad quite a rmoMttry of word* In tbe Mrn-tn of New burg on Saturday night, and from tbe belligerent aplrit exhibited It cannot at preannt be predicted wbat nerloua reeulta may not follow But, ?lnae the evidence haa been partly published, we append below a full report of the teatlmooy of the uegr>, which, for the purpote of forwarding lhe end* of Justice, we have thua far ?upprea*ed. Since no gx>d can be done by keeping It hack now, we give the public the benefit of the full report TITiauHY OK THK >M.W>, Miaill ? Haoirv?HJt IbirrrirtNN TDK BODY, Ann HlKnUHI TRB Bt atJKKKRH ? A CVfci'MI flMT. Q. What la your name* A. TbonM M. Brown. Q. Where were yoo born? A. In Maraeillee Q Where do you recldef A. I have lived In Boatoa for the lart fourteen yearn. Q. What I* jour occupation? A. I kept a clothing atore, and taught fencing beside*. Q. Have j on ever been aiarrled? A. Yea, Mr. y. To whom? A. Catharine Aahall. y Where? A. In Buxton. y By whom? A. A clergyman named ffulllvaa. y When? A. Ia tbe month of November, ISM. Q. Waa joor wife a white woman? A Yea air. y. W bare waa aba bork? A. la Merrliaacbee, la the Brltiah Province*. Q. Baa aba alwaya remained with you ataoe voor mar rtagr? A. Five yean ago ibe left a* to go to New York, and atay? d about two waeka without my content Q. Md yon follow barf A. Yaa, ?lr, 1 went after bar, aad abe cam borne with me. Q. Haa ?be otayad with yoa atnee? A. She haa (tayad with ma atzoa till the 38th of January Q Wd tbe afterward* ga to Maw Yo-k? A. ta tbe fol lowing March I aaceriained aha waa la New York. y. Dtd you aea ber there? A. Yea, air. y. With whom w*a abe living? A. With Joha Malawahba. y. Where? A. At the earner of Orchard aad Quial tFMtP I think. y. Waa be a white maa? A. Mckaogbitn waa a white man y. Had you any triable with him about her? A. I bad ?nme trouble la getting her to ge borne with me; I endeavored to get Mclaughlin arreated for abduction, bat Judge(feborne would not allow of my (peaking beeauee I waa a colored man y When waa thl*? A. fli" laat week la March, or flrat week ia April; I left New York on the lath of April, aad aha arrived in TlneViti no the 171*. and weal away am Thur?<t?y, the 33d. U. IM ?b? rr main with jm \m Bnatonr A. Hho pal ap with me Uin?? (It* daj at 74 IJ arils rtr*?t. Q. Why dH ?he leave nnatnar A To go to Vow York to attcad u occaaaOca of grand larreay Q. pn yon know bar awaaert A. I do not g. Who went h?r balif A. A man by the aatne of *m. fljiark* g. Bat'1 yon ?e*n her aitx-ef A. 1 have not Mm Ivor altre Ktarr ibr 23d of Anil. Q. War* yoa la Now York otooo' A. I woo not la Now York floco antiI I arrived there wiih tbo Caroarr g Whoa dll yoa hurt brar from hert A. I reoetrad a alter dated April Mil from bar, to bar owi boad writing. g. Ptd yoa noar from bar aftor thatf A. I board nothing rom her aftorwarda. g Wbal did yoa think had hormtno of barf A. I ?aw In the Vpw York Isdffrr and I'liw *n or.tvaal of a murdered womin, wblcb I thought aaawertd to bar, from ihe rle?rrlpUon thm wan ray flrtrt enantoloo af bar being foully dralt with, I went to tbo Now York I "not oflloo on ibr of loot May and Inquired Ibr letter* to (fciharlM Brown. Q. Did your wlfb erer go by any other n?m?f A. I knew of my wife gnlng by the name of RtoTenaaa t# Any otberf A. <'?Uiarina Aabhell g. Were yoa evor tn thU vicinity before* A. I waa nerer in Newburg before, nevar tn roughbwple, or aay other plana on Ao North rirar ovcapt New York; I woe not la | N ew York from the flint lime I went after my wife tUl I went after her the oeoood time q How long ago was that' A. About Ore year* Q Ittd yoa wrtto a latter to KMriff Uwardaf A. Tea, ?r, by Mr. Sweeney, I aftorwarda raaetvad a telefraphio deepat b from him, and t wrote a letter book ?r?eir Q. la Ihlo the tonorf (l?U?r *hown ) A Te?, ?lr; N la in bit handwriting g Why did yoa *1gn a feigned naW A The reaana why 1 timed another name waa from ffcara of the letter ratlini lata other hand*; H was ?l*ned Waatare larraah y H?w did yoar wife twnallr arfdraae yo.if A HM notnmenoad dear hatband, and atgaod hereon Ouharlao Irowi. g. Wb?re -were tho rbtrje* made 1(1 n<1 hert A ?he waa takaa a? to the S?rrnteenth ward atatloa bona*. g By what name waa ?h? know* iberef A. *) waa known tbera m Oubarlaa Aakball. LD. PRICE TWO CENTS. Q. fl?t? you mn the corpse wlucb baa bee? found near tbl? placef A. I ha*e. aur. g. Wbat la your tm<roMK>n with rrgard to it? A. My InipiMwton to that it la thai of hit wife g Do you kiiow bar by any mark*? A. I do not reeo^. nlaa Ibr walk under tne r>e; from her general appearanco I ? think u ?ai her g Have you aeen ibe clothing found on thin body? A. ] have. g. Do you identify any of it? A. I do not recognize Um pclilcoat g Had ane any peculiarity In fastening ber ckothoe? A. tibe Ued ibem behind. Q. Had abe erer any family? A. No, air, abe waa preg naat onoe, but bad a miscarriage. g Ho JOT know of any ore wbo could hare a reason fn? aaUlnff hir Alii at thfl tvit V A T if no aim would have any reason for murdering ber nxco[* socnrt Pomona whose transactions she wan ogozant of and frarer thrir espo-nre to m*. Q. Who were they? A. Their namw are McLaugiilin, More, iand two others. Q. Do you know these men? A. I have seen More Sparks', la New York. y. W nat la MeJ.a<igblln's business? A. That of a Utuci' and blgbeay robber. * Q How do yon know that? A. He Is known by that name ta Boston. Q M'hLt a boot the other men? A. William H Hpark*, corner of Pearl and Chatham ttreeta; I do n it know tho name of the other man; would know him ifl taw him Q. By Korea an of Jury?About what time waa tt when you Arntfaw your wife in New York? A. It wad evening when 1 Oral raw my wife in New York, about the Uxt oi Match or tint of April. y. Where were jnu and ?he then? A. Cp in room No. 10, corner of Orchard and Cwal Htreetr Q DM you a lay there that night? A. 1 stayed there un Ul morning. Q. 1 i>d the stay ? A. No, sir. y Waa she ptoaaed to see you? A. She waa pleiaed to see mo, bnt waa afraid ol me; she got away from am. Q. Had yon lived peaceably before? A. Prrritraa vo her coming to New York we lived peaceably. y. Ind you ever strike her? A. No, air. y. Where did she lire after she moved from Heater street? A. Corner of Orchard and CWimi wtreHa. y. How did you obtain an lnterriew with herf A. I waited outside till 1 saw her go In; I knocked at the door of the room; she opened a aide wlndtw and raw it wa? me; told her to open the door; she shut the window, and I told her that if she did not open tne door I would burst It open; some French people who lived next door came oat, and I to d Ibem that mv wife lived there. Q. What did they uyf A. They described the person John Uclauablin u the person who bad bean living with ber m her buaband; they told me they won id get ooapie of police officer*, wbtcta they did; the officet came, and he went out la another room in which a Dated woman bred; the officers knocked at the door and demanded her. Q. Did abe come owtt A. She oame oottnte her own room before the i fflcera had got back. Q. Wbat did you then do T A. I took all ber clothes cot of that room, tied them up and put them in another room, and lold ber that they were bought with my money, and I wouki lake all her furniture the of it day; the officer a*ked ber if she waa my wire ; the xatd she wae and that sho would not be afraid to Hay there; I loM ber to go or nay. and the went out with the officera; I remained there ontil one or two o'clock; Mclaughlin oame with a ooapie of officer*, and wasted me to open the door; I wjuld not, and told him if he dil I would blow their brains out; I ataid there till morning and then came d? wa Into the grooery: I went to look for a cart to carry aw?y the Lbingi, I waa gone an boor, meanwhile Sparks and McLnoghfln had gone up atalre; wben I gut back they oame down, and ?parka told me not to touch the things ap euira, m they were his; 1 told him abe waa my wife; they aatd, "Do you know that a black man ban no right to have a wife/" Bparka banded McLaughlin a pMol and aaked me how I would Hke to Igbt a dnel with hi a: 1 told them 1 waa not afraid of ball*, and went away aod (bund oet that I bad a rlibt to her a* my wife; I went to a lawyer, in Bcekmait atreet, and to lawyer 8|ienoer, corner oC Leonard afreet and Broadway, upstair*; Spencer told mo he would take my caae; Judge Osborn aaid I wan a bad nigger, and I had better go away; I hare never got my furniture tinoe. Q DM you tee your wife afterwards? A. I aaw ber at . bar and rm, ibe beta* tloue yy bertelf; an officer ?m . nil lor, wbo threatened to arrMt'nx-.wbruirllinf htm my ' bualneaa there be allowed iw topi, 1 taw ber afterwar d? . to BajardtitMl, nd went with bvr twtor to Um beuae M urud ktreet; pret loot to thl? neeoud meeliDg of ber at IT Laureaa (trert. I received $l'i from :*parkn wbxh be pi? | me to go to Borton and lntnted on my immediate depar, tore. I Q. How did yon And out I bat ibe wat Mopping at No. 17 , Laureiu atreeir A. By means of a Inuer nest to a oo4or*<J j roan corner of Chatham and Ketule atreeto; I endeavored to . gain admittance, bat *n u>W itbo ?w not tbere; I met ber \ tbortly alterwarrii coming out, when the invited me to go I back with ber, wben we lracaa occurred; I went to Barioa on lite Ifith of April. | Q. Ihd yon tee ber that dayt A. I *aw ber on the rort ner of Baiter and Leoaard ttrnefa. , y Wat *be to return with your A. Rio mvlo arrange meMa with me to go on to Boston that day, but hbo did out leave till the nest day. Q Wben did yon latt ?<*? he T A. The la it Uroe I taw ber waa oo the 834 day *f April, when I put b?r on tbo car* In Ibe afkeraooo of the tame day on ber way to New York; the told me oo leaving the would write t> me Irom New York, which the did I went to L/>weU to exhibit acurlo-lty, In the way of a ttulfed calf, In conjunction with another man ; I Mopped lu Lowell at Beojamin Metvllle'i, llgenreet. Between my arrival, oo tbe 23d of April aan the Sfcb of May, I waa not abtent from my boarding houie t? enty four bourn mac* inumaay, wn>-n me atx>>? le*amony *u taken, the nffc ban b~n walking tfi? streeto of Nowburg tail talking fterly. Be IdrntlOea the initials on the breastpin m Qji?? of the daui?* by wbtoa his wife bat pa??ad. He be baa never noticed any peeul-arlty la Ibo formation of the low, oo hta wife, O' any mole nn her leg, but Judges solely from h?r general sppea-anc? Theoffloer-i are buoy bunting up the *ttnemrs, and, a* before remarked, may ? hile thrown** aome light on tola case, de vekipo roaw facte ith reicreuce to a recent myiUmo^i murder la tbia city. stnce wiping the above we learn that officer CWk ban ancoeednl In securing McLauahl'n, tyarka. and several other Important with whom tie *t 1 proceed to Newburg this mnrnitg There Can be no doubt that ihetr teetimony will prove a y?i) inUreaUug feature of to day' proceedings. TIM Yearly Meeting* of the Krlenda. During the pant week the two quakor organlziUiooa, tbo lUckiltea and the Orthodoi kavo been holding uieir yearly meetings is tola city, which hare not been an largely attended aa heretofore, owing to the backward prion which baa kept Frtandu abo ware farmer* at work making op for lost time. The Bit ksite* r mmenoed their meeting last Thursday week, when the e dem and minister* onavened In the Norfolk street shnrcb for the tran?action of their routine bnslneas. Th? meetli g* Wfr** continued atrarjr day until Wed need ay last, when Uio Hicksllaa took their di partnre fhr their home*. Ia?t Thursday the Ortbodoi FYienda mel la Orchard street, the only meet Ire plane they bare In thia ctty, not being as numerous aa tneir betrodos brethren, who hava three meet Inn place The Art seer ion waa that af toa elder*. On Friday and Saturday the regular Friend* meeting* commenced, and ireaierday Orchard street meatlag bouse waa crnwdad a lib a bnad brimmed aad laag boo net ted a*?emblage The room waa onabbr to aoateia all who came aad many old lad tea bad to late ap their rate on the stairway* leading to tba gnllarlae, while their broad b> mmed gallants crawded the aisles or pa?Vn4 aver each others hats at tba epaakrra From the appearance f the meeting r titer day N waa evIdeal that tba vanities of tba world aad toe Hash have mad* sad havoc with toe traditionary a I multeity rf too mends All toe yonng people, or nearly aJJ, were fhabtonahly dreeeed. and tn more man oaa Instance wa aaOaad yonng Quakeresses wboee rotundity of skirt wa must ska ritably saptaae waa cauaed by lb* partokaey of a hoop Anions toe well known Frlrnds who participated la tosaa meetings w?va IHsctim Oreen and Mary Nlbotaoa. af hw land; Cnsan K Smith, of Burlington, Varmoat; Wlsabeth Meder. af Pr^lleaM, R I : Mr*. tHraet, of Cincinnati. 0; 11>alp R. oiflhrd, of Partmntjth, Mass , and Ki Oabaraa, Iowa, besides the wall knawn New Tork praaehera. 11m vlsltlrg Frleads are from I/ieg Island, the rlvnr oauattea, ronnettcat, Massachusetts, Vermont, with a ft* from lb* Far Writ. Tba meetings will continue until Wadaeaday afernona Strang* to say, wabavaaothad siaah rain during toe past weak, although tba "Qnakara are la town." Fiiaaaal Intolllmwa. Ron. I. M. K-itt, M. C., South Carolina. 111* RtoaUeary. Gov R r. W Alston, Smith OhroUaa Ran Wto. Baaar.l, Mayor, Atlanta, Georgia; Ha*. k. 0. ftonglaaa, Mayor, Memphis, Tenneasea, lion C. C Oabell, PVwMa, Haa. & J. Jcnaaon, Reanfort dtitrtrt. Hnath Uarohaa, lion Tbo* Jamee. Major Warner, General RoMnaoo. TVaamtae, Hna. .? C I?nngherty, Memphw Tenn Oon. M. Oonner. Men? titMH, HunUTill*, *?, ?? Goa W. IltokoU, Momphta, Tiu , waro in CkoWM ou lha 2Wh alt. Ex Oct. Goarr, of Kmwm, OtpUIn Cnocrrrr, PnHnd PlaUa N?t* ; J. Rartlau. Briltoh Ooanal M HH'tmort; Own wltrt. P. Nawall, Uattod Mm Nmrji Wm- * "^1, foiled fHmtaa Minlatrr tn China ami Maorga Hm, ?*| , of raaaoyhraata, ara la Waahiaftm . TWo Nowport ffM oaa?ni??? ?* arrlral Hi thai town ot J?hB Draa ami ht* br*M "?< " ?M?r pair;' bad takaa Mftefi on B.ooirfarM Wharf, and tm r*M to ii spend the irtrnn " Amiount J. r. Tbora, of iho Nary, baa rwifn o4. iUITilA tr m I?r*???. la Iho si.-amahlp Indian '"harlaa Khib*r. lira Hlnhrr. W " ? Waga. <i>?ia*o? Htuhr Kllaa *whr, den ,Vh V'T?r Br-,.- W.UIrr. Rnitalina. Anna and Armard R"dt*ar, I*an? rahnHa, Phillip lUbmn*. nSSgSaM. "rriha. ?'-"? <? Torp, Mb P tWl?lt, i h*r Its. VMnr. Kaill, Olio, Mary and Batty Pwtjnr; Jan* rtojar. BJ " Bi?'i?aua, l^alaa llmraa*, QaMa*^ T'.-T* rrri fwhinlHt, Janff an<1 Kd?? ' HHjI . anil Aniraatna Krani. M KnacwatdOf, 0 W Smith, M"in. Hn?an and fam y ?*rn*it, < Itarlta lit oris, Mary Foi; H ?ail>' Aim**, Htanl.y and Wlllnu??hT K?Unf; K'taOP, Miry A. RoaaiM, Arthur V and Allra Nurr? Ua?r*a Hharv., .if.t.n rii???'ll. Arthur an.I AI let a Vrn?on. ? >tiI Rradahaw hy tl Ha<r*. A<Mvh IHmarth.raj, l^nliu. i ?r Irad (Vtf.., A"!""" I??n..?, TV t I ti, .1 My Wllann, Wm ?*<l Wm "h , llpa, HallHiea Oaarln, Vtrtnr OalM * l? iviry, >aao r man*. Jam*o da la Harnatt*. Ira Wady, Clara Raah, Jahn Naroball-W In Iba ota?ra?*. Frma Richmond An , In ?ha HwiwIHii Rnarvdra- II B Allan and lad*, K F Wallar* (! H T?a*nn. .1 R Btnhnta ?ad tamfly, .1 .1 1 Via nay and family W T Mnu and family, Mr " ih an da^a? Ha^J- ST Uiiif n'fr. PWIPP Kiw nVTW, J |? r'< W?r VWHl l^ny in 4 H (>wr?. t fraaaadan and family Mlaa Klaaam. Wl?a l.iatiio tnn, W W Rarkar and lady, A lia?l no. J ? P?r*ina, W i* !/?'? 0l.?arla, A Hn.'iair, HHnn'h. R hi. P~ k J 7 Wa? hlna, l>r M H Tan Tan l?t*a. Thoa Waller. C 0 <lmTa. O H t. luh*.?A .*>oreoaba and 'ady, Wm I'awla, and 10 la ?Ao ttfrafa.