Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 3, 1857, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 3, 1857 Page 2
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romance of a lukatic asylum. T*ie ( dm of !*Irn. ('nnilliir Woodman -&no Ihrr la tt? t lo ?? Dear BablrM ? Affidavit of i Mr. ? iii.|?cd- Tfillinony of H'Unrwra, 81'PKKMK COl'RT- Hi'KOI AI TKKM. Before Hon Judge Roosevelt. This rs Fe ram.' yesterday More Judge Roosevelt. While b:- Honor was In uring motion*. Mr BuMeed said that it now ton minutes past twelve o'clock, und the habeas corpus case of (Proline Woodman Uio.i for thai boor, and it* Ins learned oppoueul was in court ho would ?sk that the case be n&w called. The Court reminded Mr. Busteed that be should exercise a little patience. Alter the lapse of a few minutes Mr. Bimteed moved that the case he adjourned to the Circuit Court, hs the present room t? too small. An adjournment was then had to the Circuit Court room Mr Bustred said that when this muse was adjourned on Saturday they were en gaged in reading some letters from Mr* Woodman, and he would proceed to read some more. Mr. Buetced then read the following letter . MJtf woodma.Vh ntiRn unra. SanopoI'D Hail, Wednesday, 28th. My own . my dear, dear Babie: I wrote to you on Saiur <-ay , hut it lias mined eo the letter wiu not ported unti to day I shall try to rend this in the same way, but i w ill Ik- the last We cannot go out of the house ' in bad weather . The tirr-t fair day I .- hall v.alk in the back (Trove. Prom the summer house I can join you in a mo ment The person with me would return and tell the Doctor, hut once out they should never see me attain. Mr Woodman ha.- not written to me or the Doctor since leaving; although Hie Doctor says he promised to write to him at once Th, Doctor said to-day that Mr. Woodman ought to have written. I>o as you think best. I tell vou all I knew. These |ieople have :in otticc in New York The Doctor goes in on Saturday and (ieneral Moodonald on TuesUa) . II you come as my broth r the bill must be }^ * I have enough for that, I hope, but nono would be tott. 1 Uvf a v.;Ut h B<? careful (dear ono) and do n<?t trust tiny one in the village, as all the servants of the l ouse have inrnde there and they would at once know it J>o get me away from here ; I suffer so much (Dear o^ar ret.) x ' l?o rot forget me. r love you now more? a thousand t itnes more? than e - or. You are all 1 have to rare for in the wide, wide v orld I am homesick and heartsick, rduill I never see those dear tares a^aiu? You (darling) have beer, so kind to me Bl?*s you! Bless you! for J? j>"u' note-. That you may receive everv happiness k hail be forever my prayer. < Marling) are you in lover j w :.-h 1 ronlcj >ee you for a moment. I have nothing flti I>ir) you ever gave me. v Uhl (darling Pet) ] would give my life to get away. I asked the doctor this moruing ii 1 could ?o out to walk; he said, "Yes." The tlrsl grove is walled; the second lias only a fence. If I < in go in the -econd grove it will t'? all right; I ran join you from the summer hou.?e in a ino inent. I told the d<n lot I did not wish to go the village j again I knew lie would not let me. My room i> in trie front part ot the house. I cuti li -ar the carriage., on the read, hut cannot see them. Th- rooms have iron bars to the windows If \ ou can.e as my brother could you not I'ring a note from Mr. Woodman!' You know how he ?w riles; he wrote to Dr Buret- <w several times fro.a New lork. Thursday, if fair, 1 shall try to go out to walk in the grove iu the evening. Krom two to five is the best time. 1 cannot teli the h*ur; but if the evening is lair and vou tio not see me, you rtvty then know they will not let 'me out It bad weallie/ rhur.-day, come the first fair day. 7 r \ ? tic grove* first, an<1 then if I cannot ?f?t away, coiriti ?j- my broil er Cuddle or Will. Come, too, at once, io my r(*'iii I will trust all U* you. 1 am in itrcat hurry, as the per*?i?i w ho promised to take thte cannot wait. This will be the la*t time 1 can write, so 1 cannot bnt wait and hope* <dear one) tliat you wiil do all you can lor mo. (Thou sands ol ki?ses and tnurh love.) P.c careful lor my sake, do not let any one know I hive written to >ou. tV'iiiu as brother Cuddie, and then I can po if the other plan fair . I trust to you to let no kn> ? if .you received this note iu the usual way. lly by ? , _ J , CAKRIK WOODMAN* Oli Come and take me away, I shall die here. The Doctor U'lu me hi expected my brother, so come as my brother il I cannot gi> the other way. Do a-, you thiuk hen I write to you all 1 know. If you come aa my brother, try to come ai once Do not leave me here. Do all y.Si < .in, try several limes. Tin. servant told me to ? hc thought 1 could walk. 1 shall try to the fir I fair ?iav and it 1 do not, come a- m> brother from home, or p t im out. Why should Uw y keep me here* 1 ?m uot <1* ranged. If crazy , let me l?e put in a public place. Mr. Hustccd said that the original or tbia. like the pre v ou* ones, was enclosed in an envelope to Mr Hearne, and bears the Poet oilce date of the 29tL Octolier and pro-' posed to prove by Mr ll irn. if the fact w ?. denied, that he had received them and hand*! them lo ,Mr Kurni-s Mr Brady said he would like t.. hear from Mr Hcarnc how he happened to gel the?e letter for Mr. Furnuw. Mr Hearne iirnri ? Is n counsellor at law hoc seen Mr Woodman; is senior coumel of Mr Furnnia received tbeee letters on the same days that they are respectively l**1 marked, there were sealed enclosures directed to Mr* > urnau-- in them, which ho sent to Mr Kurnisn Mr. Brady? When did you tirst recieve these en closure*' Mr ltu*U e<3 objected to the question, m not pertinent to the issue. Mr Brady sai l that he intended to show that there was IW'th ug which could have Imen done worse for Mr Kur tiis* Uian reeling these letU ra at all. He contended tha nothing tn the Ilk of the land to prevent Ins Honor from dismissing this case. Ho woul I ahow that ftiglish Court.*, with that niee ap preciation of their own dignity bad at onoo dismis-e aini.Lar ca<-e?, and he liope<l there waa nothuur in ai American court to prev. nt It froUl ^rtmg its dignity a well m.- an Kngli?h court He contended that these letter' ?how the iml>ecliity of the writer. Their tnoanmc waj thai thto lady kept in custody and wished to be free ?that Mr Ktirniae w?- her champion They had letters fri m Mr? M.iodman to Kurnsts. which would show Hit she was either iti?an? or sb?* had written what was at> horrent u. Go.1 ai.d to her own s.-* He would prove by Mi H*-arue thai he was an agent for the jmrpose of carry lug uu a rlan.'..'.4ir>e <<>rrer|ioudence between h"r aud Furiiia* t^fore ibe 1k? auie ihe inmate of thiK asylum, an 1 he Wobml also !?> sb< w thai these expr?ii.-:ons of affoctton were but the driveHauts .if a mind in *-irh a ?oodition a, any learu-d | h> sit jut w ould pronounce liable to phanta eie? and i^iimera* If she felt any passion for this man, it wa? of a character toat the court could not hold lo h? proju-r I! a married woman, eduru. ^ t>y her parents. U found to such close arqua.ntnnr<whm w th a bachelor, ca..':ng h.n< her ' dear ISabie," and a<ldre?sinK in tern* which no sane man can iniaQderetand, if she u not insane it i>b' w>-d a demoniacal aud diab^iieal spirit? lUlpo remnant of virtue waa left In the whole of New i ork . fl.led w ith m"n proverbially . ourt- <us to the gentle .-he cou.d no) select ai y ui\u lo a-<sot 'e-r. Wept the ot.< to whom she rt<K >d or w iv alleged to stand In a gn iy ti st.i.ri win f ! she wa? not the trust abandon id w nan tn the world the lav t alone was evidence ol a tuiud drill ing to wreck Mr D'isteed .^aid that alter listening for twenty m:nutej t de< .ii at, on lit for the hustings, but worthy 'if a fsili I at or alor , he< .) p, sa v that he eonsnb red the ftd'jeiUi to the dignity of the Knglish court*, an aitfectat oo <?( learning wh i*b was quite unnecessary, as every school iK.y km w all about it, hm there was' a po.nt towhHh this Magaus Apollo ot the law might have address ed bimseli lo rome purpose, and thai w*< that these e*pri w?ns r?f 'nd arnienl were mado p iblic at tn p. ni:. - vw. |?-. -mpiorjr r??i ie? t? even the i spree- eiti <<f near Habi< He did not know whether his '?ppnoeiii luwl h en called dear Babir i>r any cHher end" ir in* name by ?oai? wouian. nor he did care He would aek how his Honor knew mat Mr# H ? -lr, ?i. w is in a gi. 'ly rr laiior, Ui Mr ^urnies, wU^h would make th s ir turn alitinrreut to to r 'iwn se* aud to t.oflf was there in the ibrei letu rs r-ad tliai mtmu'ed guilt* N'ot a weed There were I < enti??us minds that c mid put mean i|<r" upon t?|in <sk*is slm b th?y were B it inten.le'l lo ?oi,tr) I Sit the question now ww wh-tber any (stiinogj Me ui4 be g.?en aW ui any letters wntwn prevsnu lo Mrs ? ' * ?ng U Haufor l Hall Mr Brady w.-tMMi to rorreel ? grov m-sst??em"tit of '*LU ?,he was sure ? tor U tboa^Utthatbw op} onent f m nd the Btorn.i.g wa* >ery mu?b in the oou <tiii<? <4 Ids client's Mr 11 ii>t*?-d? What is tbaU I didn't hear yoe. Mr Rridy ? ) s*,u y<?nr mind was pretty tuuch in the fame slat as your clients Mr Buttetf'--! know it is. 1 admit that. Mr I*a?i) sard it was not true that these letters were read at his request. Mr Bu'teeo- I int Lst th t the Onrt shall order Mr Brady to take hi? seat Mr llr.tdr was f r<* . edmg wh'-o Mr leu tor-, agar called on his ll'ouor U. make b m Uk.' be "eat, and sard. "He i* ancoyed? oaturallv eno igl) ?? Mf Itrarty ? Vt hen I was a hoy ihe !o-?of < >ij<|i?iider luttrr. often caused me more a noy?n.-e thsn aaythiog tha has occu red herr When the geMkrnao tn rtad a paasage from Mrs Wond*nan'a fl,-at letter | c t.oned htm nut to so. Mat tig thai I bad sometime in By rswsoss .41 wh t h It would be very unpleasant in ki'*ar r. ad. but that if he read ? portion of the letter be should read all *tr it t?<^ a?k.?t the Court lo rule Mr Brtdy oat of '* ' *h.<h tlx c. .iirt r fits^d |o Ho If his H ?#'>r en ib?tnot"*> tsfore him it was to put lh<' cas* ' ??"?" ti ,h* '?'1> 's bf<Mb?r arrived from New Orleans - . , . ?Wider?|?.p| that no such Uet ju WH made M " hulM>aa Mr Su/t^e*'" ' ' l'T ly that motion su made. Ihe led) here '? 1 1 li'*i lbs ...-W for not brncing . , ?"d fraudulent, and that the to ? trament pt rportir.r t tie , . _ . . ? i ? . ! . * letter irom 1 er, or. ?ring I I l'T'" < 1 I'l kllil u , . . j .| T, ? I...... ri t .11 . 1 **? fl<'< ?"riln the BUentsm of liif wwifi, if f tnpff w t i ? . ?al. rv .? ^ ,<kt *"r o*fnre whom it was made Wa?al l<-e Of II ^ neaea ai .11 M. p tee it was mad. wLde ?Le v> j. ,i , . < k i . free Volition **> ^ j & K ri: "S^;:r^e7h^:r,: r" , , 1 w^l? heVel'n thrlU.1' k""* ^*"d* i?>e que tern j Ms itrsdy explained that h- ??HV. sbo? thailhe t I s i. in no different <? it ? ? ? ? , , , , , , ' wr i te other lett re to thtsgei.t< man bst >. .t,, w,.} t- lb. asylum, and that ihey were all (nt' caiHiiis of . di< lae. d tiabil of irnDd regarding Mr Karne.s. The Court sustained the otyertion Mr Ho't^ed said Iliat lie jeo iM now slow by s*i affld tit of his own that the letter of Mr? Wowtm^u pr,v\ ,, tin Saturday was written while un It r dure- . an I -itjah ??' **er* ise free will. Mr Hearne then rea. Uie I tl.owj frfldstlt.-a trrt'trttn rit r>inr?st f Vp aw..' Cmntyrf A'<ae l'i<rt m ? Re iiarl Bti-leed. fs?w York, i+uur ?w<^n, says . ? Tin.! on Monday . the flr?t ? y of November, 1*67. he went to the h si?s c died Maod !? d Hall, at fen-hug I, I , and saw Allan Macdooal i,tlie t I I* r rg a priVat. Itetliim for persoais allege.) I ? lie In . i snd mftehied h as that be w.* the eotiu,el and legal K-?er 'Ms far ) >i< H <? si man rm fined in saidaey. ka? ?n i ?m,',e ' f r liberty , and m Uiai capacity re eiCMeo j.. rmmg to *i?e her aioue. and Mvtw- with ber a> to ri. r ?? is Ires and r ij- lit* tn the rnitler of the habeas e*>r|*u. si; .* cd f e h r n the at n*i enilt'ed matter, and stiat Ihe said Ma< lot ? Id seftj'ed 1 1 permit deponent to see In r I ?? pone ii I liiere', (km re?juest?-d Uie ^ir' Maedonald <?> ail'?w b m to see the ?atd Caroline lo his (Mwdonald's) | ? esrwee and In such Mber pfaeftee as h-- m ghl dictate 12* ?#*! nljM' 4 Un au'. i/vpxxol Uivro upon afrkcd Die said Macdonuld to allow bim U? see tb' Mid Otfttttr in his (Mcdonald's) pre>enee. and stated \o tuiiL tliat if the nanl Caroline would >-taie h> depnnenti Tii the pwmm of the aai I Mac donald, thnt the i?n>er purport mg to be a requost from and signed t>v her, that " all proceedings rela t've to her release from Sindford Hall be suspended until ttie arrival ot lier iaiber or brother l'rom the South," dated the 30th of October, 1 Kf>7 , and purporting to have boon t; ken before J-anit.el Willet, justice of th?* peace, hurt ht en prepared or executed of her own free will an! judg meet , aud without compulsion or restraint, and free from duress or fear of punishmunt for 11011 coniplum-u, that di>i*ment, a.-- her roundel aud charged with her interests, would immediately withdraw the petition for the habeas corpus, and dice ontinue all proceedings for ber release from Sai.dford Hall, and the uid Macdonald also refused to accede to this prohibition, and justified his refusal by stating Unit he had received the said Caroline iu cusV>dy from her husband, with instructions that she should not be allowed to see any one hat himself or those whom he sent. Deponent further saith that said Macdonald made no pretence or allegation that the said Caroline was of uu sound mind, or that it would endanger her bodily or menial condition to see uej?>nout, but placed his re fu*al alone upon the ground above ?tated respect ing her husband, and lus instructons. De ponent further saith that thereafter he went to the residence of the said Samuel Willet, in Flushing, and inquired of hiin the circumstances under which the said a< know lodgment by the said Caroline wa< taken by him, and that the said Justice ot the I 'race gave, sub-ian tially the following narration thereof : ? That at abou hail |>ast e'ght o'clock on Friday evening, the 30th of October, 1867, the said Macdonald came to his house in ta carriage, una told him he wished him to accompany him. (Macdonald) to Sandford Hall, to take an aiildavit for a ,lady; that he went, and found thero before him the brother of tb? said Allen Macdonald and one Peter Van Bergen, an|attorney at law, and who, deponent is informed and believes, is the same person who appears in this pro ceeding us attorney for Oliver (His Woodman ; thai he, Willet, was kept waiting one hour in the room with the sa'.d Allen Macdonald, his fMncdonttkd's) brother and the said Van Hcrgen; that while so waiting the said Van Ber gin and the said Allen Macdonald told him thai "they might not be able to get the woman to nuke the affl lav it that night;" that alter the expiration of upwardi of an hour Mr. Joshua H. Bar stow came into the I room and brought him into another room, and introduced him to a woman, who, he said, wm Mrs. Caroline Woodman; thnt another woman wai also present, whom he took to be one of the female keepers of the establishment ; that tho paper signed by the said Caroline Woodman was already pre pared, and that he only saw her sign her name to it, but that on his asking her if she knew its content'!, she said, , (the doctor atul female keeper being still present,) "Yes, I wrote it." That he was very much surprised on after wards learning that it was alleged that Mrs Woodman was of unsouud tnind, because he saw iu her no Indira turns whatever of any menial disturbance or aberration Deponent further says that the said Samuel Willed Is a gentleman of advanced age and feeble bodily health. Ite )*>nent I urther says that soon after arriving at Sandford Hall, the blinds to the windows on the front and sides of the house were all closed, so as to prevent the inmates from observing persons upon the walks or lawn in front thereof. RICHARD BU8TEED. City arul Cdtnfy of J\*ru> ? Edmund P. Hearne, of said city, counsellor at law, being duly sworn, say that he has read tho foregoing atlldavit and is acquaint. >d with the content? thereol ; that he was present at each of the interviews mentioned therein, and that nil the allega tions thereof are true within the personal knowledge o; deponent. Mr Brady recalled Mr Hearne, and said that ho would examine Dr. Barstow and Mr. McDonald also. Mr Hearne ? Went to Flushing at 10>t o'clock yesterday; got to the Asylum .it Vi o'clock ; remember that the Court made ine an order for them to go; sent no notice to him (P. ); did not omit it intentionally ; went on Int'mation fro en Court that they could go; saw Viui Bergen there; he w? ? admitted inside, while they were left in tho public room; wanted to see Mrs. W. to get her instructions and know whether she signed tbe paper without constraint; waited nn hour for McDonald; Furniss was in the carriage aud w. ilkmg about Ibe lawn at this time made this visit of our own motion. Q. Why did you Like Furnissf A. As be was relator in the matter, that be might see what we d-d; we had no other reason; did not vk that Furniss should see her. Q. tid he call for you or you for bimy {Objected to and allowod.) I went to his house, an'l we l>oth called for Bustoed and went ti Flashing; the conversation witb McDonald was very gentlemanly; lie asked Bustcetfe if be had any authority to see Mrs. W . he said he had no written authority; Mi [toiiald did not ask if be hail the au thority of the Court. BusteeJ did not say that be had his own order, hut demanded to sec her as ber counsel; McDonald did not ray that she was not in a con dition to ?e? ber counsel; thinks McDonald said that he could prove that the pttper written by her own fr* will Dio you hear any raving* (Objected to.) Mr. Brady proposed "t? contradict positively a statement made n one of Mrs W s letter* that all Ibe p-rsow around her were raving. Mr. Ifearne said he beard no raving. Tbe Minds were closed Immediately after tbey entered the house. Mr. Furnlss was then either in th" carriage or on the lawn. After much disc union between counsel, wH ness gave a description of the a?y!um. Tne building was enclosed inside ar. iron paling; there were trees which fc'Lotout tbe building from view. In reply to Mr. Busteed. witness said that McDonald told htm tbat Judge Mitchell bad not callcd to gee Mrs. Wood man. Judge Roosevelt stat d that he received a message from Judge Mitchell to the cllcct that he wa3 not to go unless specially requested. Judge Mitchell confirmed the statement, and said U>sl be understood Mr ttu teed was not willing tbat be should go To which Mr. Bnttced said that thai w:u so. Dr. Reese, sworn and examined by Mr Rusleed ? N a physician and snrgeon or long -t.inding Mr Bu-t.vvt then read a portion of tbe return and tbe affidavit of Dr. Barstow. Witness? In his Indtrmmt. as a physician and surgeon, there is no medical reason disclosed in the statement you have read to me that would render It unsafe to briiqj Mrs. Woodman to any plan* assigned by tbe Court. To Mr. Brady? I mean that tb"se documents assign no medical reasons, but only dfc cretkmary reasons, a doctor n this ca>e has a wide discretion; if a person was laboring under high mental esciteniert. it would be dangerous to move them, if be was treating a lady f"r any nervous 'omplaict. he would recommend tb" utnioit qmciness, hut if be refuted a habeas corp t. he would assign a medical reason. To Mr Bur teed? If the nervousness was hereditary or temporary . being t-hui up in a madhouse would increase it f^ir.g restrained of her liberty, who had no hereditary madnr?? but ae .asttttmonai nervousness, would produce the very e ;c, tenant ot which we hiar roloa=,ng her even lor an "hour and bringing her into court, as a general thing, woul?l probatdy result in good. To Mr Brady If a lady of nervmi* temperament, wh<*e ?ystem ii?d b>-< <inie unduly entiled, were plac-d in at Institution In a beiUby locality, tsader the carv of a kind and benevolent geutleman. no 1 a oomi? t-nt physi nan. and while being treated for uervoi:* exciteOMnt was allowed the I fatty of going out i>f tl?e building, going to a ^ illnge at ? ^hort di- t ?e e. and generally treate 1 in a kind and paiental manner, and while yet nervous and In table slionld be required to go luto a crowded court fisttn or other place where she wtv. to b > InMrrogat^d by utrangere, the edoct would depend wholly u|*)ti elrcum ulam ? H brought ei uu: -I btr will it ould fie Inluriou-", and -h ought t- * m ? protected by her medical adviser. M' Bustei-i a?k" I theewver of the question, a?"i mmg the directly opposite '.e is n> tlw -'ated by Mr Brady, and witness ^id he did not admit tbe statements or either eetwas, und could hardly auswer tb> iu exccpt bvprtheticallv 'Mr Brady ie ked as to tbe character of Sanfnrd fTa'1 ?uid tl?- js r>"iu- m care of it? Mr. ftietMd eb)ectod, and While Mr. Hr.uly ?a* ptts r rdlng to show tho reas in tor asking the qofWt<OU Judge Kormevelt said he had re celved a summoas to attend a consultation of the Judge- below torafew minutes nd t?<- would a ?'* the tutnisil W ?ii'tni?l Ihf fiw for a wtirf llmr M' B'jst??.i ed) ? rted. luit lh? Judge - ud thai it w juld 1? only a duty ot a U w moments m l l^ft the bench. On bx n.turn Mr. Bradv reeotwd Ins qu- stun. Witm The institution i? in every way reep euble; I have be?n in it piiif<'??M>nally several tun??. know Mr. M.Donald. was well acquainted with his brother; know pr llarstow w il; br is a regularly fdueated phy k uvii ftudves* in tbe Ctty HnsoMal; recently succeeded to his | r< *ent po?'tion. and is a highly r~-p<*t*ble man. tt?n. M. lionald. as tar h* be can Judge. i?w^s?ea every q<Mlifl < at urti Ik e??ery for tlie c*re of so< h an Mjilnm. To Mr Bi. teed? The profesaem always rec<fni*~d Mr M'Tionald ; is a personal frt -nd of Dr. Barstow; d.d not dine with h.ra eacvp< at I Rsatord Ilail . have net br n there for a 1 ttlc more than a ;? car *i?W?d Itinera) t.ancs daii,*Mer . the piihlw asy li.ri refuse to receive patic ts w.thout the cert t.ratc? i,( twu pt,y?n mr.s ant two > thi? i? not strictly an asylum for the ln?ane only person* who are nervous are s*ot | fur rest and esr?. Jnii?- Cas ij ?wo and ? *amln?d by M' WuXsed ? I? m lb? gro> er i Imi?uh >s ib Finit street ; when he *?w the NM*?r Mtscas- he Wmk ? i Interest in it. t'?e h wantec iO eipuse the < h?r?. ter of tb'? house; he ?iiTere-l by it is aeiiiimnted with Sanford Hall and its k?.-ji.-r?? Sorrowfully I am, was a pettentOT ii mate uedaT M' >>0 aid. w h' ti tbe msiitution in January. II i*. was "ti M'irray HIM. before it wae rewrel t?> Saur,?rd Hall; We very ? ruelly treal'-'l by M'Ta-nald . there ir- bo't- an l bars to the ('<>nrs and windows at Awifor*] Hall; pnti<-nts ar- al lowed arccss only to the reat yards . was m the m tituiion for ?it months? part of the time in Am'tord Hall To Mr Brady? I was thirty eight last Jnn? , am mar rieit ten years; lived in Brooklyn when bewa>putin |L<i nstitution: he ? as clerk to J- >hn CaeweM; it was h' put him th rr and Mr I mnald treats hie patient < aeror.l mg to the d;ri rtions of tboee who pi'* tbem there- he worried and taunted bim. as you m ght your wife or child liera'isc hr wsnu d to draw out the mwiey he had saved WJW, go is ? lnt? tbe w<>rM and do bu'ines- for himself; they iiiffi red on a n. alter o{ bn-'itiew he* aniiil to keep htm in tbat pri?"n h wise fTb" witness ?|i-.k. under rreat exi tement 1 The differ- v? was as tithe n mpensat.on he *?? to have; he was i lad then an 1 had ^e corihdr-nee rf a S'ir ?n Mr Caswell: he was nerron*. and sn I and done some tl ig* ted r.ghl Viul in a l-w days be was In as rood nnn'i as lie i? now WKtteea described how lie w ?? tie t dnivn in a rhi r tiy Mi tmriald, and tejit i-.itb'n hearing nf H?e ravings 1st at tee, at d presented a d'agi am oi tb" r-'itu h? w a? e-ai fit i d m (ii had not been for the kin tin?snf somechi Iren j I soul i lie m*v for iver. ha<i a 1 CV ulty w tb hi? m ? < t" >rat the t rne f,j this siekn -as. left hi' bom ? worried ant j fi tted on? mirht. and toun l himo If next m >rnmg m care | ot tl e en w iteli; r-< ollects VSTy little of what <s-ciirr I tl t ii kIi| it wv the previous day lie bad tbe troqble w.ih t asr'ell; the flrrt 'hmg b" remembers was b-inr |iut if s e .msii and taken to the asylum at Murray H II 'I'v* n< t remember who we r with lorn or whether he wa < t"d r' riia i^d in the asylum a few days and ther left . with perm s?ir>n 0t Mr Mr Donald on promise to eora? I k . and did si did i*i< see hi' miller at tiiat tim \ he "? ' s'ned there. < m- i.ths want*l t? have It tried but ill y ?? lM 1st doit MeD f I I that he want.-d to hr-vk his iti?i**ii -?.n down w ?}. put m * frame like a eh?ir and lorlcrd m a few day? af er It sent the'e; they refused to let Ii 1 n out at ess be mtvb up WithOBewell ai?d his ro tin r tie re w ri < i'n ?| inmy penfd* Ibere who W' re right n their nmli and were k pt tl -re te pluaac ibe r frii nds. Mr B"-?t? ' ' ? 1 '< to *11 ibis, mvI if hi H-mor Wish*-! he would U U I. m tie re?son m pr,r?te, as he th .egbt it would not he proper te m-,v> itpublie He then held a p'lvate conversation with the .1 Ige. dtir'ng which Mr llrady re^'K-sted J>r neeee to fe< I w Uieas pulse, which be did J? j MHO faei mc4? 2-rcd w .Ui Cat ? cU Qu cc )'CWI h fr; ho len him in '46: wm not considered what they call tunic until lit* promised to get over the prejudice; lie found out eince that Cm well, and not Ills mother, w as to Name I >?l you ever fay anything to him about it since? Witness ? Oh no; We are enemies ? bitter; he was better rei ted at Flushing; f n.- not used cruelly, ex pt that hu ws- restrained of hft liberty. Pr Reese was recalled, and said that the pulse of the I s witness ??s indicative of aberration. Mr. Busteed then proceeded to state that he hail now j produced all the testimony to show the flagrant violation of the writ of the Supreme Court. The Court thought the law declared that, except in case of sickness, the body should be brought vUibly into court, and the question now was as a sort of collateral motion whether the case should be postponed. Mr. itrady claimed that the case was one, from the facts and the law , in which counsel of both sides should require the lady not to be produced. They alleged that the laity is iu m highly nervous condition, as stated by the physi nan in Ins aittdavit. He contended that there was abun iunt evidence to confirm this state of tho case, and not a word of evidence on the other side th* did not strengthen it. Mr. Busteed said that he had a letter just received from a respectable gentleman of this city, relating to the char ictir of Sanford Ilall, which he would ask his Honor to read . and would mark it with his initials in this cause. The Court declined to mark any paper which may be handed to him by everybody. Mr. Brady said he l?d no objection to have the letter read, if Mr. Bu stood would putt the writer on the stand. H?- wanted the fullest investigation into tho character of ar.iurd Hall. The following is the letter received by Mr. Busteed:? OrRlOI'8 CT1AKCK AOAIWCT SANVOHO II All. M Broadway, Nov. 2, 1867. I'rab Btvrnai ? I have now a case iu hand where a \ oung lady has been confined at Flushing seven yenrs, on o other ground than tlait of moral in-aiiity . Tho circum ton ccs are peculiar, and the young lady is of one of tha first families in tho city; aud a brother (my client) h.n niy been able to find where his sister was within the la;t ear. 1 feel, therefore, a deep interest in the result of he Woodman case. Vours, &c. 8K1.AH HQl'IKHX Mr Brady hoped that this letter would not be publish ed, for he presumed thst no lawyer would like it to be ni.wn that he bad written a letter shout a case which he ad in hand. But no one knows better than the reporter} 'he courtesies of life in these particulars, or none were more capable of using discretion in tin- matter. Mr Busteed said that the reporters promised the name oi' the writer should not appear. Mr Brad) Iheu pro pwod to read the letter, but Mr. BustMd would not per lnit him, and withdrew the letter from the ca^e. Mr Brady concluded his argument liv urging that they had shown suilicit-iil reason for net producing Mrs. Wood man in court. Mr. Busteed replied, contending that the return was not full. No rea* Bs w ere definitely given In it. It said under certain circim lames ? but what were these circum stan<e?f Mow did Ins Honor know whether tins lady was , subjected to suasion or the lash? Site had implored, ;n the name of God, to be released from tho dungeon iu which she was confined. He dwelt upon the imjxirtauco of the habeas corpus, and the danger of infringing uuon privilege* it give# the citizcll. If It wis nut a plliiilt-y,. >t opened the prison door aud brought ni'-n from dark iiess to the sun light of God; but if it should be dbcided tlist it may be contumaciously disobeyed, hs in tli 1 4 case, society uiiglit as well re -olve itself into its original elements, and the ??wild justice of revtnge" be justified He contended that the return itself admitted the fact that Mrs. W. was only laboring under nervous excitement, and did not deny that she was in the society of maniacs, but only that she was ?ot placed with maniacs who could disturb lirr comfort. He represented the cruelty of detaining tho lady while -he had no relative of her blood In the 8tate; and de nounced her husband aid Or. Barstow in no measured terms, the former a* n leaking scoundrel who dared not appear in court, and the latter as the prostituted hireling of the institution. Mr. Woodman had sent word to his friend Herriek that the tally's brother, and not himself was coming here to vindicate h"r; but he (Mr B ) assur ed him when he came he -coold find Vorthern chi valry enough to send him back w th a hiss to his obscurity. Mr itusteed concluded by hoping that Caroline Wood I man's appeal to God. throughhis Honor, for release, would not be ineffectual. M- Busteed wished to state, on the Authority of the r*'ator, that any assertion that hie obtect in suing out th writ was for the puritose of gratifying *ny bise design, or to serure the custody or socit ty of Mr-. Woodman for any period of or with any other intention than to release her in accordance with her written request in the three letters addressed to him from sn imprisonment which he Conceived to he uii!.*vi'ul. was characteristic of the malignancy, the savage and in dccent falsehood which attended its utterance. He pro poeed now that Mrs. Woodman should be removed to some of our public institutions; or that Dr. Rulu.- Sanger and one of the counsel be allowed to visit her and learn her wuh with reference to this motion. The Court said thai nothing called for the immediate pro duction of the lady in court In the course of thn inves tigation it might become necemarjr; hut now it would bo highly improper. If the lady was insane, it was obvious from the exhibition on the stand to day that she ought not to 1>e brought here. If she was sane, then we bave her own letter, wbk h wa.s sworn to, requesting that she might not now be brought into court; and that in clude* h suspension of these proceedings. Mr. Busteed asked that I>r. Samter might visit her for the pnrpose of ascertaining whether there were good rea sons. medically, for her non production. This the Court refused to do. as alio to give an order for ber counsel to visit her. His Honor observed that as the next day would be elec tk>n day, he would adjourn the case to Wednesday. in connection with this trial we tlnd the following adver tisement ^n the Hjcxau' of the24iliof October, which i* the reply requested by Mrs. Woodman in one of her Ici er? to Mr. Kurntss: ? Miraun:- 1 dtd answer your two letters I will tw? in he main street. In a carriage, on Monday, 2flth, and Tues day, JTth, from 12 until 2 o'clock. Meet me prepared. PollUrtl intelligence. Iliflwrv Hoxoa?*t? ? ' The mother nf Colonel Jacob M. Kimkel, I he candidate for tVmfresa tn the Fifth dletrki of Maryland, died at Frederick on the -^Hth alt., The Hon H.W Hoffman. the American candidate, immedi ately determined .In consequence of this event, that ho would refrain from any further discu**iou of national pol itics during the remainder of the ran vas?, and m a note to Col. Kunkel *ay* ? lu this. the hour of your *ore berea v?m?nt , permit m? to tender my alncere condolence, and to lay at the ehrme of your crushed ho)*" ?nd affection* all the *vm path iov of my better nature, trained, a< they liave previ ously hern, in the fame bitter rchool of eiperience by a similiar articling stroke of Providence. Let in? a.i?ure yon that this event ha.< much "oftrned. if indeed it La." not entirely, removed whatever asperity of fecliut may have heretofore f.Mind a lodgement in my breast. It will" be ray flia ii" io conform my future action in the ranva** in w Inch *? are engaged to such a course as nhali be entire ly consonant w w >*"ur feelings and surh u u dicutc d by the strictest rules <if honor and propriety. fJovKNMm Wai unt* Ootun Evnomo ?The following endorsement of the recent coume of Gov Waiker on the election frauds In lum, we Ond in Forney'* Philadelphia l'T'M of Monday ? Tli" actiou of Govo nor Waiter In regard to o*fnrd pre clnct, .lolinvm county, in Kan -.v. hax transpired. On thi* point we shall have -omeihing to ?ay to-morrow Meuiiw hile w e ba\ e only to r"|?- it our entire approval of tht? act-on, expressed tn the the Pn a of Friday, an l to declare our opinion that he Will !?? - i- tallied by every foe to fraud in eleennna, and every frxnd of the principle that ?' the majority shall rule.' A Nu t men* Ka>am? .^vn war ?The Wi'miajton North Carolina Ommerrial nays ? From the return* of the election in Ransa* there Is but little doubt ,t W'll a free Hate ?hcn It enter* the Cnk? TV sound principle* which now prevail in the country, ami avowed by the administration, forbid com plaint The tK^iplc of kan?a? alon* ha?e a right to de cide In thl* matter. The people will it, no let it be. Ho* tto*Kirr Ti?>?*a ? The Legislature o( Georgia w II a? teinble nl Milledgeville on Wednesday, the 4th in*t . and the inauguration of Governor Brow n will lake place on the following Friday. Among the Or-I act* of the !s-gt< latnrt wv|l be the election of a United State* Senator to pro Vide for a vacancy that mirbt othr-rwi e take place by the ex p' ration of Senator Toombs ' te rtn of ofllrc on the third of March. 1*&9 The iVuator will probebjr be hn own auc ccs?or. Ararat M.?eiw"iffi ?A qne?t on wlil com* up before the Lrgi lature of Mississippi. wb? h has ju-t *-??iu bled, tietehii'g >t- power to elect a t'nited StUc? Delate I rnccci-d Hon Alberto Brow <?. wle-se term np'r>" >n IBM If the prevent |je"l*lttt<tre, wlm h wa? elected In 1*66, and ? probably Know Nothing should fall t?> oiske a choice, si d allow tbV eli ct: ti to g" o\..f tU<? n"*t ?'??"?n , '#?neral Vuitman will be the tnir t pronuuent candidate before it, and will miet likely niKT<i*d. Jeff t? and John A. ({unman would make a rtrona teiai of .Southern ilr coaler a. Ilitil ItilrlllRrnrti The fnded Ptate* ?loop of war Viuceunes, lyiog at llie P.rnoklyn Navy Yard, m ordered to go In c -mmi**kon to morri * . the 3d in-t Tlie Vit'eennes w''l aall for Ih* rcaft of Atrra the latt' r part of neit oe the b -gmnuiir of the * eek follow id t Tboee ha\ ?>? Inters to send to their friend* on the roo?t of Afri< a < an !? ave tle m at tho Naval I.yreum on or before the 10th !n?t The t'uitcd ytat'-s >l<j?>p <if sir Cyan*, off Hitnptill f!r.a'l*. t* rtpcrted to j.-o nut of ei mmi- ??i'Tn io a few day*. Tlie iojurj SH'tamed t>y the I'ri.ted States *fc?mer ><ara nac. now ly imr at tie- ft" i?rt N*\ y Yard, ou th? night of thi !tf>th ult., i* tbouirl.t to be of amoreaerlotl* nature thin t??* at flr?t Mppr< hendr?i Mir will m all probability hav~ (i go in dry duck, and perhaps be put out of commia*>ou. The fnrfc-Srrew Nhsimis nttd Eml|ratlun( TO TIIR EDfTOK OF TBf. F1ER * I, P. I i.ti-ort e in one of jnWMtttMtf ia?t *? -k. which has 'inly thin moment cmM under my t.otice. a ret?>ft that l!? 'cr* J. omrd k To ha I pur> hape'l the fllonwood ? barf firoperty >t?<h ts not |h<t <*? The property in qnertton wa* held hy tie Glcaw?od RankinK Comi*ny, hnd b-a-ed lately to A. Karnard. f>q , who propo?e? to re establish the t ork kcr?w propeller line of ateaiBers. with an emigrant depot at that place The tn stake arose, Bv doubt, lr?m tte Mtnilardy ol the name A TWifflC Agent. ! The Trial of Cnmeml Krl DeWIti COt'RT OF OTRR AND TRRHIffllH. ? Be hire Hon Judge Paviet. Km- 2 ?/a lh> matter nf lh> rrw nf Hirhnsl r,insvmi. rhnrp'4 with Ihf nter-ler <f f'ntir.-nwn A rt-Urtrm ?Mr Blank man. coutvel for the &c. ns?d, Soved lhal the trial he postponed for eij/hi Weeks in order to pive time lo send a coamimiou to Italy to take tcstiOijuy for the de fen< e Hie fvtrlet AHomev oppoeiy) the postponem'til. after m>mr diseaekm the trial wiw *et down for the third Wonday in tbif mot th An ?4?UtwuU |4Ml of 1,<J0P Jufort pm erUmd for tto?i . WOft&flBI WITH OUT EHPLOYHCTT. Mm Meeting at Tompkins Square ? Music,

Speeches, Profession and Demonstration tu Front of the City Hall. Yesterday rooming at 9 o'clock vast nun r" of men, consisting of seamen and American mechanics, began j to assemble to Tompkins square, in pursuance of the fol- | lowing notice, which appeared in several of the morning papers:? All workingmen without employment are hereby noti fied to attend a general meeting, on Monday, Nov. 2, at 9 o'clock A. M., ui Tompkins square. By request of many workingmen. A little after the time specified in the al>ove notice, the Workingmen's Association marched in procossion, headed byadrura&ud life, playing martial airs, and carrying u banner bearing in large characters the word "Work," both in English and German. The meeting being called to order, Mr. Chas. Smith was appointed chairman, and Mr. James T. McGuire was re quitted to act as Secretary. Upon taking tho chair, Mr. Sjcitr proceeded to address the meeting at great length, stating the purpose for which they had assembled, and the necessity for prompt, vigo rous and decisive action to prevent thoir families from starving. He said that they were the representatives of fitly thousand industrious workmen who at this monvnt were out of employment, and without the mean* with which to procure the necessaries of IT"; that while white men were driven to deepcratiou through waul of those ne cessaries , the colored population had plenty of everything; that unless immediate steps were taken to allay their suf tarings before the winter set in. there would be ten tim^s the amount of hardships with which they could not hope to successfully struggle, and that he would propose a com ? mittee be apjstinted to wait upon Mayor Wood, aa<t de mand of him the carrying out or the public works and the oilier measures which he in bis lab- address t<> the Com mon Council advocated; that Ids address had been laid be fore the Common Council, but up to this time they had not noticed it in any manner. (Three cheers were given for Mayor Wood.) Mr. Jambs T. Mauuirk, the secretary of the association, then addressed the vo.ut multitude th't was by this time assembled, mu?h in the following terms : ? We are com.? together to day for the pui pose of sympathizing with thu vast number of our fellow citizens who, unfortunately, are < nt of employment at the present time in consequence of the disastrous flnuncial calamity which has swept over our country. Under the circumstances in which we are at present placed a great responsibility devolves upon every citlwn individi ally . and it will i>e in a great measure our own fault if any workmen perish of hunger in tho coming winter. Every one of us has a voto at tho election which s al band, and if we be un ted an 1 unanimous we can elect whomsoever we will tomorrow. Experience >bould teach us the men that we must vote for if wo do tic to ourselves and this grent city at large, and need I mention that Mayor Wood has given 'ill the proofs that ;t is possible for any one placed in his position could that his best interest is in the prosperity and welfare of out City, (l oud and repent .1 cheers.) i need not speak in de tail of the merits of all the democratic c nidi Sates that have been nominated at the meetings ol tbedemocracy of this city for to hold office and regulate public affairs during the en suing year; but what has been said of one <li nrs-rat may be repeated of the entire party, viz: that this is the party which has our truest and best interests at heart. Mr. Magulre wound up by impressing upon workmen the course they should adopt, and the immense importance of having the i>. ;>< r men in office during the coming year; for the Idea of workmen and their families perishing in this great country for want of food was revolting, and such n thing must not be the case. At the conclusion of this speech much cheering b'lr-t from the voices <>f thousands of workman, ami after order j had been restored, several Other speeches, in ho''. C.-r , man and English, were given, ciftet which a wmiu'ttee of seven were ap|s>inted, consisting of the foilowig repre sentatives of the German aud American unemployed <iti 7i 'lis : 1st, Charles Smith, lid, Juiiu s T. Me'Juire; 3d, Wil liam Young; 4th. Kra?. Heeler; Mh, C. Hubuer; 6th, W. Gellmann, 7th. W. Scliaeffer. The line was then formed, with a large banner in front, on which was inscribed:? rWOKK. > JtSHKIT | and the procession took up the inarch down Broadway to Fulton, thence through Nasttau ftrcett") ttu Hark, where i it halted in front of the City Hall. A.* they |ia? <mJ the corner of Fulton and Kawau streets loud cheers were given for the Hki'-au>. Uy this time a vast concourse of people had assembled in the Park and thronged the step* and the ground in front of the City Hall. When the procession arrived and order had been restored, Mr Charles Smith, the President of the WurWnguien's Association. read the notice which called the meeting, and then briefly reiterated the. rea M why the meeting had been called; after which he proceeded toaddre-i* them on the merit* of Mayor Wood, the duty ot the citizens of New York towards him and other democrats who have been nominated for different offlrc*. He showed how (food men. when they occupy lnfln.>n- j lial |Hwittons.ran domii<'h to auiWiorate the condition of the j distressed and fiud employment for those who would other wise be unemployed? of whom he regretted to nay there In likely to he a large number, a* well a* a great amount of misery the approaching winter, unless the proper m< ? are put into the positions in our city which none rLic should occupy. Can we think, he continued , of hiving our wtve? die , perhaps with their infanta in their arm*, of want and cold this winter? if we do not manage our voles at the election properly! !Mt*-r that a huudred of our selves should die by the h word than that a?ingle in t mee of this kind should occur. We mu>t not have it so. We will el??ct the pro|M*r men and thereby contribute toavert evil* which, by mismanagement, awl inevitably dc?cend upon the im'.uurioup portion of the inhabitant* of New York. Mr Pifint went on to say ? 1 have sufficient confident* in the authentics of Now York to presume that if we are hungry they will save us from starvation, and that they will give un enough work to provide bread for our fanu lie* without infringing upon the rights of others. In view of the election which is to take place to morrow, it is quite requisite that we. as good citisens. should keep c^wt on this Ubject, and we thus intend to remain, but still we mean 0 express our opinion as we have a right to do. I there tor- propose three cheers tor Fernando Wood, for the noble proposition he has made for us. (They were voei feronaly given ) But we want action and not words. We will not be Satisfied with proposition* unless they are carried out. It is t?o late to take action on the elation to morrow, but we have sufficient tune to lake care of the | charier election, which is to he held ou the 1*1 of Decern j ber. There has been a great deal said by aooM people rt carding the colored copulation of the city of New York, I but the truth to thev are in much better circum-ttanrcs than the white. iWy arc w.ll provided tor. and thcy have bread, which we have not. We say th;it we are de termined to protect oursclvc*. our tiroa.nnr wives mdour children, and let th<*e men who pi ve the blai ks the pre ference Beware. (Cheers.) Mr tirosoa N. Nott also addre?*ed Ihe audience, ililing tluit they were here a* a* laboring iuen, and ho seemed to oppose tuv Introduction of any question of color. II* ?j*>ke of the goodwill tou.i'i- them of the Mayor ol the city . but be cmilil do no more than mike proposition* to the Council. In this respect he was no mors than tlx fifth wheel to a wagon (I. tighter and three cheer* li>r Wood ) If the Common lintncil ilo not cupport Lim he can do nothing But le w, in this erisis.ha* be > how n himself a man of truth ao'i reaht ? I'pon Mr. N?dl's retiring Mr Swrrn called upon any man to sptak, hut remarked that it wan not e spec ted for him to dwt II upon rslifMt, as thai was not the iptestion to be considered. Mr. Martsi fo',lfi* rd. rilt nc to ht* hearer* to look at t>,?- statue of Washington in front of bim. and theo at the n nV? held in the tiand of the figure of Justice at the top of the Hall, and then tol.ike heart and bear in mtnd that there shall he Ju-liee He >|>oke energetu *11) . and at 1 taea with great bitterness Otlo r speakers followed, and they finally adjourned wHh thru- cterfl for the Mayor anil the constitution Cheer upon cheer hard forth npeti Ihe delivery of these storing addresses larh received ttw r ?>iare of ap plause, their speeches twin# almost a repetition of th<>*e that preceded them, and the m'-eitiig. which now Drnti tered about 5.000 persons In all. hr>ke up amid m-jcli cheeHrc and other manifestations of enthusiasm. They immediat< ly formed again into a pmncsston. preceded by a Fmall band of music, the member* of wti rh hat valnn teered their service* Ttiey passed op t'bstham street, and ai..n, .the Bowery to ftrand street thence through a*enti?. a. Fourth street and a?-u'i- B to IWpk its ?.?jiinre, where more ^pee< hf* were niv'e tn Oer man by Me-*rs poeter Gillmatm and Hulner, and In F/tglisb by Messrs ."nntli md McOuire. AlWt which Ik" meeting M (??timed at 1 o'clock, to n.-*ombl? at th" same place on Thurs'':iy mom. ng. at ? o'clock . to hear the re'.mrt (,f th"1 comm.ttee, ? hen they will again raanh to the City Hall, and in t upon the Common Council affurding tkcui sub ^ relief. Obituary. MJfilTH. T. TOt.OK. Among the advice* brought by the ttramdA fr<%n rutin, wr ttt.d the intelligence of the death of Miguel T IViloii. whose ?ndd*m awl untimely fate i* deeply moarnel I y t,,* mat y fiiemt* and a 'mtrers, both here and In b?* natli* tout, try Vie lowed t>y nature w itti i <lent? which it# '?n proM ft and |?rl?-cteo ?>> all po*nb|e m* >ns, thi? l?Wtied pntr ,i t Mud < lM>i.<r soon be< ?nis ?tl<t ? ????. -Ite.l in t't* lit. rary wtirM h> Ma beauty of sp.?eh, the pur ty of hM ?t? |e. tin? originality of hi* conception-, the wve u of hit ln> 'g*a, ae<t Hie |?-wer and force of his reason lim*. Hi* mind, |m>w< ver. W?? far from l?-lng free B prwne. t und"r the weitihl of acruel and Uranimwl government, and wn? h ttcre.t hy opprrsovr and harbimme in -t tnttn** and ill order l< give i?eiil to his filings, he ws< tMftrlM to seclt an aimnepherc of liberty, to cijoy the ndvan tagc* o? free institutions, and to live m the mi 1st of a free letflr. Ihtrlug hie rssidsoce Ml llni co.jutry M gMl T, Tolnn advocalet I in the ne^l strennottf aad * "ulon mm nrr th? indrpetM'enee of hi* rmintry fr^m S'ir.ich rule, stid wotib1 have been ready 111 the Held to nid in accom t lishitig w list he advocated in bis writing" M alt appor toiitty t (Ten d After a protracted e* irt of over years, during wbn b the physical snttsring* borenoeom pariwu to Ihe tmaieties nod'^ of hti< Blind hU nxtiec tati' r.a voniabi'd. nnd the heantifnl strin ttire which I. is func> had ctineeivr^, nnd (He flattering lom whlek In" brilliant MMginatkm niter ln>n?d In fi! trd in the lanl t( his birth, crumbled tn piece* lie tben rr- dred to eturn and old lis Inst farewell to his country m I rtda )tes; tint a la* he l? no more The ran*e of freedom haa 'r-t ' lie of !tj nuet zeakai- and constant adtnsatee *?a lias been deprived of a nv-t f.tiiblnl and nMomprofRlng rluinipion of tt? liberty, iut< ?h" literary world inonrn* the be.* of a dh liiigut>? ? |**wt Uid a learned an>l profi cit ut scbolar. Awibfk TUriHOAP Prrr?t'iK of Bowk fwrrtnr 'v" il?- M i . '".ml 'i /> m - r?/ .tfltc ttial * lull * ' ' "'r'' bi tiie Ha1' "tn at th" Broome Circuit. It t W. k ill two II Mr lleebe, a re- p' cta'tle gentleia^ui of tiftv >.nt* and upward- . and Mr Ayroa. a conductor up Oil t?.? ti e Kailr- ot Mr H. . t?. had pureha-be.l a ticket fr> rn N< wborg b Addison, bnt on arriving 'vt fiep^lt, ho left the car*. b< log :atigued, to lay over till the negt dav t>:e re*t day h, t-k the ten o'c.ock A. M emigrant train, we-t, but lefl it at Ureal B' nd, an-l t*>ok th" -lay Kg p-c^* tra'n Atrre*. the conductor, refuted to recognise the ticket, and put him off the train forcibly. The *oit brought foi darna?? for the a*(aull Mr Besbe recover , el ? verdict for under the direction of tbe Govt Condition of the Buh< i Mnk. I FORMAL MKKT1KO OF TIIK HTOCK KS AND DK rOS'TOW? ? IMPORTANT KBFOKT?TBOUOVGHSEABCII INTO Tim AKKA1II8 or THK INSTITUTION. An mfoi liml moeliug oi the stockholders and depositors of the Bowery Rank met yesterday at 2 1*. }(., in the Philadelphia Houho, 146 Buwery. A large crowd wad present, the room being racked no full that it waa impo* gible to get tngrcaa or egress. The mooting being tailed to order, Charles A. Purdy, of White Plains, New* York, ww elected Chairman, and John R. Haywood Secretary. The Chair stated that the meeting hod boen called to hear a Matemeut of the condition of the utl'airs of the Bowery lank, also to advise as tn what action they should take in the future in regard to the bank, whether the> should go into liquidation or notV The Chair informed the meeting that William F. Ed monds, Kni., In compliance with the request ot' several stockholder and depositors in the bank, had proposed a statement of the condition ot tho bank s affair* at the pre sent titno. Mr. GnMONW said he was not a stockholder or depositor in the bank, and explained how ho Wu.s ahlo to present to the meeting a statement of its affair*. One of the direc tors called upon him and naked for his (Mr Edmond'g) ; opinion or advice m to the best means to be taken to set ] the bank on a good (noting attain, lie applied to Mr. Kd- ? monds because he ki ew Mr. Edmonds was connected with : the banks when they failed in lKit7, and afterwards ree,o- | vered from it. Mr. iCdmonds informed him that it would be impossible to give any opinion or advice without first ? xamining the books of the bank. A few days afterwards he director returned and desired Mr. Edmonds to exa mine the bank books; the latter did so, and hence wan i enabled to make tho following written STATKMIM OF 1IIK AlfAIHX OK THK MOWEKY HA.VK? VALCA no* ok Awrif. No. 1. The l>auk lias under protest $187,000 protested paper ? $135,000 of which was protected prior to the 1st of this month, and $52,000 protested since the 1st. Tho paper protested prior to the 1st inst. is not worth, 1 pre- ; sume, in all, over $25,000. That which has fallen under protect sinci' ti i hank has he. n enjoined Is better. Included in the loans and discounts are two items ? one for $77.'iOO, callcd special loans; and one for $.'14,000, ailed suspended debt. Among tho special loans are j notes (chiefly of directors) amounting to aliout $'.J7,'>00, ] secured !>> a pk*dg> of its o\t*i stock; $'26,000 on Second Avenue Railroad stock, taken at par; and $14,000 pur porting to be secured by sundry deevls ou properly out of the city. These loans are principally to directors; and how lur they are responsible, apart from the security, I have no means of judging. The sum of $17,000 ha* been received on account of the suspended debt, but not yet credited to this account. With these explanations, loans nnd discounts will stand as follows: ? I'nder protest $187,000 Special loans 77,00ft On demand (or suspended debt) 84,000 Living jiajier. not yet due 622.000 Total $820,000 The living paper 1 have examined, and found a large itnn unt c>l it what I would call fair discountable paper ? clnetlj small dealers iu the upper part of the city. In it, however, is $73,000, pa|>er made by contractors for work done for the Corporation, nnd it la said the bank holds certificates certifying that tne parties will be entitled to their pay on the collection of the assessments. This I consider safe but slow. Among this living paper there is also paper of some of the director's friends, say $150,000 or $40,000, the value of which I cannot judge. No. 2. The New York state stocks owned by the bank nnd now in the hands of the Comptrolh r, so nearly ba lances the amount of bills in circulation that 1 place one as an offset to the other. No. 3. Real estate ? Ranking house cost $40,000, and n supposed to be worth that sum; it is not mortgaged. Tlie Brooklyn property i-i mortgaged tor nearly what it is worth. Nos. '1 and 5 are ordinary accounts, on which, I be lieve, there will be but little loss. No ?. Cash ? Rills and coin amounting to $22,000 i-t all the cash In the hank. The items counted as "cash" are old dishonored che? ks, and things ot this character, which abould have been charged to profit and losa long since, l'hry may be worth $1 .000 or $'.'.W>). 1 Ti m the foregoing 1 should value the assets in this w ay : ? Living discounted paper, say $400,000 I 'rote- ted paper, say 50,000 Special loans, say 35.UU0 Suspended debts, say 17. '>00 Banking house, say 40 ot)u Doe from banks, 4c., say 4.000 Cash, say 23,100 Total $609,600 Deduct liabilities, via. : Pe|*>sit* on demand $372,000 Deposits on interest 138,000 Unpaid dividends. 1 ,500 I me Clearing House.,.. 32.000 Due bank*.... 1,000 541.500 $25*00 Capital stock 376,000 ,9 j if rial Oxint. Srcuritiri. D. Pearsall. .$$>.760 Deeds of property. Enoch Pean. 4,500 Peed of property. E IWck 19,000 R..weiy Bank stock " 15.000 Second av HH. at par. owned by b'k. Scc'd At.HR.10.000 100 s hares Second Avenue lUilroad. A. Cummings 1,000 0tuyvcaant Insurance company. * R Mi Co) ,. 1 M)0 Btuy v<-*ant Insurance Cuuipauy. Ii. I'carsall. . 1 ,279 Bowery Hank stock. D. Bear sail.. 6.000 Bowery and Citiacns' IVks. half each. i> NmB.. 3,o:o ?? ? N. Bradford, l.ouo ?? ? " John O'Brien 700 " " Among I he living |w?|>er is one not" for $26,600, Second Avccur Railroad, sccured by $40,000 second mortgage bends of ?aid road; 1 10, 000 note ot hnocb Dean, endorsed by H. Cunkliu and T. W Pick; $? 000 or $10 ilrto with mortgage or farm, *c.; A- Miller, $11, boo, with deoda of property. t me ot the stockholders said he had three proposition* to submit to the mcetme. First? To assess ourselves or re subscribe a certain amount to enable the hank to go on aga>n in a fey* days, when our deposits or stocks would be good. Second? To liave a receiver appointed to collect all tho onutandir.g debte, and pay the depositor*, then for tie. stockholders to r.-ert and take what *lej?? their might deem neen-iiry for w inding up the a> cuunts of the batik or setting it on a ?<??l footing again. Third? To (to on and liquidate at pretenl and lose everything we have in the bank. Theee i>rot>oeili<>us were > lightly d;: cus :cd. but neither adopted by the ni< <4im: < MBeer I'liderhill then offered a rcsc'utton that a com mitt<-e of five be appointed to examine all the note* and debt* due the hank, and investigate all the other affairs of the bank that they mia-ht deem proper; also )<? express their opinion us to the best course to bo pursued by the stmkholtf ps and de|K?ntor.-; said committee to he compose. I ot three st..i kholdrr* sud two dei?tmlorii, and to report at as early a dale us possible Th- resolution was adopted, nnd the following peraons ai |?iluted 011 the commltiee ?? Fred R i.e. i>r wm liibhard, J.C. Wiiiot.J. K. Ka| wood, and I anirl Quimhjr Tlie committee were <>m|s>w l-red to employ whtkt help they might need. A reaolution was offered to employ 1' W Mmonds, K>q. lie dei lined being entered on the nvliates thus, but offi-rfMl of his own accord to render every assu-twnce in his power to the coin m'ttee Tlie meeting ?ave Mr Edmonde a vote of thank*, (to motion, the ?omm iter were lastrncted to inform the meetinir of the lti?e and filace for the next meeUug by au adveitisement in the Hkkami and IMiy Put. ADVERTISEMENTS RENEWED EVERY DAT. MMOTAfc. Drtotkd or bthavkiw from warp *11001,. jro 8 Mntt Mnl * Ktrl, 14 jreara of afe, name.) *Mrr Nl?rr? Had "n ? I ilar ralir.. itmr cloak. MM and while ailk 1" nnet. !? of n fair mmpl-rnn. lUtl* Mn? rvra. Iin.wn hair Anyn-- knowlai nf her whrrr-thoiiu will confer a favor on I er iUw<>n??lale parenta. T, Martini atrvrt. DR CORFO. I.aTRIV FROM TORT Af PRIMOE. HT tearing a note ?<) Irraaed I I.. 4., HrraM hh aitdrtM, would hear of wmfthlu to hla aduiiM(<>, 1r MR 4flll?l DRVUII. FoRMKRI.Tor MRK fTTM Ireland. ?nd alnre of I'rintwnrka. nor VhlUrti It hn w.ll ? end hi* adilreaa M b'? ?!*ter In law, Mm M Haxhan, at. and ?h ar., Nrw Vorh he will ln-ai mi in r*Kar>l to hit child. information wAsrwrLjw~iiKnnnr, rni *,'~Vrno 1 rntrte lo thla ronntry Ml the Mtp Oonatellatinn, In IR.V If tbla mine* m h<* kn?<M ted|re be w ill find a-'fre'hln;! tn hla in ti real hr addrraaiof the nnderaJeinHf I .ft Wrat .VmeWn'h ? l*tl. Hew York. w citert P?fr? I ieaw r .U) ROBERT OAfctifWAITS. "| Inform atto!* wantfd ?? iWMS&SSS A*ri I h!a wife Rllen flarrthan, fr?m Drmnante, .-.iinty l.le ? >m by thrlreoiMtn. hllee 'luchrlat. at v n HlnnnitUld atreet, I'obnken, ft .' WV-n laal heard fh-m th?j w?rt la thia tfcy . Have been :n the ennntrr about Bvr arau ?<>ara. |>FiiftM ?t7ov"w A VTFIwriTM ARTI1* RTAW, WHO I arrived tn th. chin rniumhia on hrr iaa: rt(. An* Informa tu n be ibankf'ili\ r-elved by Thomas Fayc. corner of f tn. trrntb atrn : and t .rat aTenu' MTtU hi T iVf r K * K t If 1> R F.MMA KV. R~TI . F. AP F. Si N n your nddr. ?t lo M?? Km ma i.q f <et T<*?nly ? t h (Kfftt. MR WII??OR-'f ll\\K~NilT.()MF. TO Tti K VtTT )f? Will p. niBtn at 1>- me for the present. ? ?mi' an 1 I e- na I mmedlaf ly Ifc W-f 4er??) . V-OTH F _PFR<?.jf?i ' H.\Vljoi' ' ~motwT Pl.FP'IKn II ? 4h .1 A Hll?. ' ilrri *- t i an redeem them >y apply re at Hi Maiden lnn>\ __________ Rlt R CALI.Krt THRF.R TTMR* ~OM~ K ATT WD A T ? an<l ?.ne? f'Mtnlav. at I na n?nal. no reply R II R la ituMrlf antbota i.. J, (' , aa h" lea?ea for Fi|ft?pe r-ariy rttmofi'h ami 4 I! may ?alelj wri'? blm, aa bi? in1^" rten'a and tifwltton ar^ anrh aa to r< nder him Inekpahl* any dtri tt tnwarrla.i t ,?nrt an Intern, w la an*M?t>?ly aoHetw-.f. IIKWARIW & 1 RKWARli.'? ATRAYTO, A t.sRoR RI.A- K NFW !r? I fnnndland 't"? Hla owner-" n?ir? and addreM .re .m hla i ollar Iheftnrtar wtllVltreira the ?hore reward by r? tnrotnt him to W> arentie (1. KKWaRH FfttAViti). FROM ORAHlRRl'Y I'ARR 3SO hniae. I bull terrier hlne hrltidle doff iitin l alrrl. ?i ti "r nn breaal and f"r * ard feet ?ne '<? on hlii>1 fimt. --nl < T FKr > "lbira reward will t ? pmd by rrtitralng bun to the ? pi. e ? f tltnwerey Path Maata ? fit RRWARD ? t/>?T. Rot! 2, AT 471 Iir7<\|iW\T. ()U a blm k "l li netli d p'im?, ?????!?? m i r?* ??) and MM tn ill rhiiiise; b'?h. a Ulatii nid rlnuy anrB prirad hf 'be i wo* r . It beln* the tilt < f a tr I'tid The abmrff ri'*ar.l will t ?? |ia'd on ree<i?rr> by applying to l'hadt.11, 1'leraon, l<*ke A t r. 71 Mrnadwsijr MPHPTIMO. L OR flAUK? TO RW/tMAh ,ORO tHKRH CANARIM. J alan an aawirtmeni <4 (li rmin aln" n* Mr4a jnat arrived i f ?htp Vlahlnf. mm Antwerp. al?> ab"ut!lt)aini?lnr t 1 tr<1a ffo *i Wall itreel, eori>er ul WaahlnKtun atn-qt, Rf-w Vork r< i Vr,' rtfi.iw~>ist?>i>'. rnr. aprr ~th a* \ I ? vi r wbole^le ami rrtall, at F RRT NOI.I'H, AX < hatbtm aireetand Rn ft Fr?-n< h'? Hotel, oppi?alte the <*|i? flail Tb? lat eeat a?w>rUnent <if Rtma In the "Hf, an l wnrrarued a* r? presented. * !*i?, aol- aurnt for U?e tnlted Rtalea for Htar \ aelahrated Rtin nwya Jmii ouif-rtji r rrnki> ai?h wr?T iirokIv P If ai i ll. rt for Immedlatrlj will b ? aoM for tit. Ap^ilV !v 40IIJI. HKimi, vm< r, SOU Uottatco A1 ^SPECIAL NOnrKS. T A MKKTJNU or THE CONDUCTORS ItRirRM and other employes of the Second Avenue ? , .1..-^ t ompany, held Nov 2, 1*67, Mr. Wm Madden \v? t nUltwl i? the cniilr, and Messrs. Chas. Creemar *nd Ncirati UmM were elected Sei retarics (In motion, the following '-,-tnln tion was unanimously adopted:'? That we hereby tendar our sincere tbanks to tbc muti'urers of the Second Avenue Railroad Company for having, in J[u^. m.-s to tbelr employes, determined to continu ? ruuning u? usual ind full Dumorr of ears during tl.e winter months. \tuta giving employment and stead? v 1 1 to all their employe ilurlns lie coming winter, which will, owinf? to the preat and pitcril depression ill business, undoubtedly prove a severe one to all Our President and Treasurer having ivisely con rludi'd that it in better all hln. ulit mi- am * slight decr ease la our wujjed. on the principle that the few should not tie hen*, titled at the expense of the many, contrary to the cooraa the managers of some oUier of llie cllv railroad lines b,,e hdoptnd in not reduring the wage*, but have taken otf a num ber i.t their earn, thus ihrowinp many of their men out ?f voi k at h nea?on of the year whep It la almost impossible ta obtain employment. It was further resolved, That a copy of the foregoing roaa lutioi' be inserted iu one or more of the daily papers. WM. MA1)D"N, Chalrmaa. Chas. Crcvmer, Nokmam I.caoKT, j Secretaries. CARD. ? T11R SISTERS OK CHARITY MOST OIRATR fully nef-nowledgr the very handH< me autn of one thva ?: nil live hundred and sixty seven (toll ,r? and twenty-twa cents, it being the proceed* of the Young Men's Asaocinti? Inll. which was gotten up bythem last .Unitary, for the beat* lit of the destitute orphans under our charge. ORPHAN ASYLUM, Prince street Masonic notice -mystic tik lodge. no. m r. nnd A. M. There will be a regular 'meeting of the above lodge tliH (Tuesday) evening, at hall past 7 o'clock. Memben arc requested to l>e punctual. Ry irder of ROUT. D. HOLMES, W. 1L Charles A. Kejitish. Secretary. Masonic notice.? thk regular meeting Of New York Lodge, No. 390, will be held this (TuesJaj# evenlim. Nov. 3, in Corinthian room. Odd Fellowa' Hall, cor ner u! Urand nnd Centre streets lly order of CHARLES 1). liKOWN, W. M. SAMt'Kt. A. Ross, Secretary. Not icR - as some op our notrs ark in thk bunds of parties who are unknown to us. the holder* thereof are respectfully requested to favor tin with their ad dress, or e vil 11 1 our office and receive a proposition for settle ment. BOWKN, McNAMKK * CO. VTEW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY.? A RRQULA* 11 meeting of this society will be held at the Library, la Second avenue, corner of Eleventh street, on Tuesday e>vea ing, November 3, nt 7>? o'clock, when the building wtlt b? dedicated to the uses of the society with appropriate exerclaaa. Addresses are expected on this occasion from several mem bers nf the society. Tickets will be issued to members only, and not transf ena ble. and msy be obtained at the library. The library and pallerles will be opened to memberaaai their families on Weduesday evening, Nov. 4. "VTOTICE ? A LETTER ADDRESSED TO PETER VBR _L\ denburg, Esq., Freehold, New Jersey, con tinning oertt ticate No. 20.40Ti for N) shares Illinois Central Railroad Cou pe, nv stork, in the name of the said Vredenburg, MO per share paid, and mailed on the 4ih day of April last. In this city, hav ing n. iscarrled, notice is hereby given that application wUl be made to the company for the Issue of a new certlilcaie for snld shares in place of ilie same. New Yukk, Oct. 12, 1857. OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THR me tropolitan Police, New York, Tuesday, Oct. 27, 1US7. ? Tba following are extracts from sin act entitled "A11 act to establish a Metropolitan i'olice District, and to provide for the govern ment thereof," passed April 15, 1K.77:? Section 21. It shall not be lawful for any person to publidp keen or dispose of any intoxicating liquors upon the first day Of ttie week, . ailed .Sunday, or upon any day of public nlao tlon, within the aiJd Metropolitan Police District, under a penalty ol $&n for cach oftnot, to be sued for and recovered, in the name of the People of the State of New York, by tha District Attorney of the county where the otlence is commM t< 't, for t'ie benertt of the Police Contingent Fund, hereby au tbonxed; 'ndlt.-hall be thedut> of the Boird of Police la strictly enturce the provisions o( this section by Its proper or ders In respect thereto. Il shall be the duty or the said Hoard to pre 1 nt any booth or box for the distribution of tickets at any election to be erected or maintained within one hundred anil fifiy feet of snv polllnn place within the said district. Section 22 Itsl.nll be a misdemeanor, nunishsble by Impri sonment In the coun'y jiil or penitentiary, If there be a pent tentlary In the county where the conv.ction Is hail, not lean than ouc year nor exceeding two years, or by inenot less than tw 1 hundred and tifty dollars, for any person, withoil Justifiable or excusable cause, to use personal violence upoa any elector in the Metropolitan Police District, or upon any 110 of the police force thereof, when in the li-u harge at Ins du y, or for any such member to neglect making an/ ar 1 eM for :iu otTence against the law of the State, com.nlUa-d ta his presence, or for any person not a member of Hie pollca force to fals<-ly represent himself as being such member, with a fraudulent Jeaign. Published b> order of the Board of Commissioner! of th? Metropolitan 1 tlice District F. A. TALLM ADOE, Sup'tof PoUoSl "PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY. NEW YORK, I Nov 2 1W ? Th- annual election for directors will bo held at :hc ofllce of the company, between the hours of 12 M. and 2 1" M. on Wednesday, November 11. FREDERIC HOFFMAK. Secretary. THE LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. ATTACH ID 10 St. Patrick's Cathedral, wjl bold tbelr Fourteentk sa miel featival at the Cbinere Risims, 5S# Hroadway, on Wad read; y Not 4, at seven o'cl'-ck P. M Tickets m*y be had at the t .tholic bookstorrjk and at the door on the evening of ika f estiva XTNION COVRSE. L. t.-TROTTINO.-FOR TnE RENK J fit nf the widow of the la'e .tohn Nelson. On Thuraday, Nov. f, at l)f o'clock. Mtlr heals, best three In five to waaona. Wm WheUn nsmes b g. Jskn Oakley : J. Carll nsnaes ? m. Miller's Damsel, H Wixidruff names *b m. Lwly Woodru& Immediately after a match for.fDW Mile heats, best threa la tive II. WondrufT names br m I?dy Cudn?y, to wagoa, P. Vorbles names ft g. Honest Peter, to harness Cars will leave the South terry, Hrooklvn. for the course at I o'clock, and return as aoun as tbe sport is over Fare to go and ra turnSflceo's. SHAW A WHIT*, Proprietor*. LOST AMU FOIM). Fonrp -O* WEONKSPAY RYRRINO, IN A VOt'RTH areone ear, * pocket book containing a small nm unt at m^ncy. which the owner cnn hare by calling on G. II Stjra, 9 Fulton Market. aud pruflug property. LOHT-THK fOM.OWIMI HRHi-RlllKn NOTKft HAT iuk been luallrtl at Philadelphia on 'hr Anh Octnhor di rected to N. Sturt. vat,! A <V, Iluatu.i, l.a?e not reached iM r mWrm ? llcnrr A Dark, Au*n?t77. Are montha $1,108 Wf Do. JulT a *11 " 1,144 (5 IV. A iik u?t 24, at* " 1,173 M Bakrr A l'oor. October 5. four " I 422 w Stetwin A Howdluh, " 6. four " 630 M Total b?u f| The ahn*e being drawn to the or-ler of William H Johna, and rndoraed orer to order of N Sturtcrant A Co , are not ne |..tial>le ?Hk^loW llliiwwpwt, ru-d of M VMM to ikn r.ndcr. A aiittab!.1 reward will hepAld ori their return 10 No. HO Walnnl atreirt. Philadelphia. 33 Kliby ulreet, It (too. or 9> Broad wi?y, New York. N. KTt'RTKVANT A Oa Ntw Yot*. Oct to. I " . InsT? 1>\ srmnAT. ist inst, bftwffn tt.mth J r.nd Twelt b ?trr.-u, in Hrr?adway. a yellowiah blaek ter rier pup, murked with a near on hut rtchthip. Th? nrwter will |.r 111-, r A lly rewarded by leatiiig him at II Brevoorl place, T.u'h Mr? ? t. II 1ST ? ON Til K 3I? I VST A NT, ON HROAOWAY. NKAR ? i Kranklln atreet, a bunch of ke> a. The Under will he llbe i?ll> re a aided by lxatinglhem with J, 0. Iluphra, at ttj Peat I atreel, tip plain. Ici>T-lK Til F, OK.RTI.KM AR WHO F,X<'HAN<IFO j |Mta i. n Monday afleru'win. in th ? choir acuta of .li,bn atreet rhurt h. will rail at 7" F'tllon atreet, tn the eV.thlng alore. and etrhnnfe fur htn own, ho wii. narc lilm?. If trouble, at hlf wrll known. LOsT-A YF.l.LOWIPH CROWN BtTXPOrj, ITim A V i., . 1 I ? Ml ? ? ? "urn h m ?! ' r. . I ,? 315. t roNWAY, No 19 W .ahlngton market. I opt. on ^T' ? from tiik n???T or lnrru j .ireet, mer, on Monday night. <ict It, a thlr pi en fiHH row l> ial. painted lead color. bottom hn.irda yellow i,?i.l-, vM'f ri;n?*l> ? .-ll rw lK?dy, T'-rdiar * bottom. Ant I er..,r. retomoi* I to Tui mer A Uftutoa'a, fiwi of I Jt;u utret^ llarlrm rlirer, wlllb- li' erally reaan'.ed. OHN FBlllA Y. ih'T'iBFR SI, I'ffKFO IT. TN NFWARX H l av.a eaoi l boat nimed " Belinda. *' The owner ran ha?? the ?ame by i>r<'?i*jr I1 rop'ry and raving ripeum*. lii'iu.rr of 0?0. WIUmN. t(alt. r?v(lle. N J.' CTRAYVI1 AWAY ON THF KVF.NlNrt OF NOVFMRF* P ! from I h<' stable* In rear of IH Wit-* stri-rt. a h? . h irae. while hind fr^A, watle fore fno?, and while fare Ar > peraoa returnln* Mm. or rivtii information at IU3 Varkk or (? (1*14 *tre>t, will he ?nttably rewarded. tiik rih.rr inrtam, frmv vpw ro * J > belle, a dark rb- tint aorrel horae.largr heavy Uil. atmt.f hmbed n< wa>? *how?. but a mildlinir fa?l Iramltri a Ian a ? ?.lifia'o anit harne?? Ant InformatlMi |JtiN IViWtr S S'erena, of Vimarmerk. Weau-he?er eonn'y.N Y., will be ll' erally r? ? ard?d , fl'i wUl"be paid for the arreat and If cvicllon i t ln? thief. KM. H STKV'RNB. Hot RR9. ROOMR, WANTED. 4 OFNTI.FMAN. ABOUT TO LOt'ATK IN THR OTTT 1 1 a? a (ihvaMan. w.?bea to rent an ntifurnlahed baaemeni r?~ m fvr an ?>9|.-*, 'n MM *tre?, eay from Tbtrt? firth M I btrtv ninth i .el wee n fif'h and nlllh aretmea Tv .sal) frot.l rwrm an R^i(li?b haaemrnt honae preferred Aar reape. table family hat-tntf ?'trb a rr?om to dlap' ?e of, will pleaar addreaa n line Ui Hnrir.xm, Ma<llaoti aquare Poal oAe*. FVRMMIF.n liorwi W ANTKT?? fNTII. APRIL OR Mar. bT a *m*ll family LnraUrm no? abote Twenty I Idrd *i reel Neigh .orhoud o( Caion (quart- prrli rrod. A4 drraa hot M I'oat oltlre. FfRNIBRFP ROOMS WANTRD BY A 8YAIJ. FA mllT ol lhr<e, with i riTlte^.- of cnokltic Ad dr*M JiBi-a, btn lit llcral : otBcr, auuni lerm? * bka aai be moderate, PfRNlHHRD RO^'M? WANTRD-BY A UFNTI.FMAR und wife. ?nl. ,.n?ile,. ?f 1-^.klnn. a alutn* rrw^? andl rlnaetariiSI'-tenl be* Jea. location etwecn lloilMM and Fo?r t. en:b at. . t? Tern.- $|:. t.. $19 motitb. AddreaaRB. O., hot i-A I* ra t ?!. ,? nOl'HR WANTI ? W * NTKl>~Fl>U A RA mlly, a neatly fumuthefl bona#, eltlierln Hrn>.kl?? o* Jlur lork. Atldn t... stating tr. m* an<l loeaUon, ll. 11.41^ Herald ?!&<?* PART OF A HV AM. nOPHF WANTRP? ON THR wer ?tlr Of the. Hv, by a yonnu Amern'ao ventl?maa nd wife, no children nor a. rranta Any reape. ia?'le I ..ntiy wublne in rednce th.-tr etpenaea durlnir the wlntaf will nod ? ri iab'- tenant. Addremi, atailn* prlc# (Whtrh mint i.? t:f m< leraiei, location. A .S Harper, Herald oCce. VI'ANTRO? IN ItROOK I.VN ORK IiABhR ROOM WrTH T? rl ieta atta/h. .1. and '.e lr.?>m, near a r.-ataiiranl, m-tat tm ftf*r F nltnr ter-y I'oplar or Mandaair'-ei |>i ererre.l, ?th?r lhan n rcaie. tahle and genteel huUM will be ""Cwoia ?.l" Vorh. Herald ol!le?. \1L* ANTRo1?T~a" ORRTLRMAR AKII HlH WIFR IM a? l|ie upper pari id ihe eti?, I wo or three r .nn neatly tint'' l.ed, with rt-rj requisite for hoiiaekceplng . Aildrrw* ('? mtoiL rulon r piare I'oat o?re. stating lerro? whlrb moat br moderate m r a N I F. 1 iFortt |,?IT?, inn ry Id) I't;i T. 11 NT Map it fT It .*?? ry ^n.l arenti" A, and from Hoti>|on f reel to Teiilh h ree'. QUioa n'.-eae Irare at Ift lln.l .on atreel. ?ur* lim sK. ritF atftTkktwpkn riimn f T an. I Mith aeeiu. f -i- d Thirteemi, a., | Twentieth ,,flCP w 1,1 "" ^ -fir A N't Rl?- A HOI PR RY A HMaM, r AM1?T "iN THR K-m -*ir ANTRO? FfRNl HRO Ri 10MM A S1TT OF W nleheil r tr?. b> a fiwnlly ot thr-eper-ona wt*?;" eh dret l^eatlo* to he b. tween Blether an l Twentieth fitn^ 'n nr Bro^ilwny. A?ldr^H? bi>i .1195 To* ot?oa? X\T ANTFO i MMX1M A1 Kl.Y -A MOOKRATF. Bl*R?> VV ho We. In the upper part of the rltj Rngllak b? prvJWi vd. AaOrc*, * ili WT^, bflk >,0W