Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 6, 1862, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 6, 1862 Page 4
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THE PRI1ES uF THE BLOCKADINO FLEET. Capture of (He Schooners Arctic, Bell*, Wave, lUtikcy ami Maria?'The Cargo of the Mteatuer G1U Warley, Ac., &?. \\ A^.un.io.t, Ma/ 8, 1S6U On April lid, at fortr minutes past six P. M., the laited SUtea ataauier tlauib au, I.ieuteuaut Com man Hug Up ?bur, captured I lid gctu'Oner Arctic, under F.ugl.sh c'ors?, fthoul Kerua luilii luutb of St'ino, 3. C. She was from Naasau, K. P., and purported to be bound to New York, with a cargo principally of salt, coffee, and other articles now very much needed In a Southern port. The captain admitted that the famil; sof himself and mat* ai e resi dents of Charleston. She was sent tu New York for ad judication. On April-M the United States steamer Unoas, Acting Master L. Q. Crane commmding, captured the schoonor Bell*. Captain Crane reixtrts that when about thirty aailss off Charles ton, S. C., he made a sail, running north west by west, and proceeded on his course, Intending to spfak her. Aa he approached her she bore in atajrs and hauled ea.4 southeast. He then changed his course aad gave chaae for two hours, when he fired a shot Serosa h?r bows. She then ho is tad the Engl Uh an. Sign and ooutinuod her course. Another shot was fired across her bow*, to which no attention was paid; but * third, Striking just ahead of ber, caused her to heave to. Sho was from Nassau, N. P., and purported to be boaad to Philadelphia, aith a cargo of salt, pepper and ?oap. The captain on being boarded claimed to be in distress, saying he had sprung his foremast and bowsprit ths uigUt before. When asked why he carried sail ou bar he replied that he wanted to get into the nearest port. The schooner has heen seat to New York for ad Jadicatlou. . April 10, at half-past ten AM. the pilot boat 0. V Blunt, 3. K. Beers commanding, captured the robe adbocner Wave, off ths coast of South Carolina. She is said %o bo sixty tons register, valued at $3,600, anil had on board thtrty-nine bales of cotton. The Captain, Win. Hym, and crew of four meu, are residents of Charleston. The vessel belongs, as appears by her papers, to .Me-srs. Street A Wost, ot Charleston, nnd was consigMd to the bouse of H. Add?rly A Co., Nassau, New Providence. The papers contain positive orders to the captain to burn the vessel and sink his paper* if in danger of cap ture. 1'be consignor-' are forbidden to boll the cotton to the Yankees at any price. She was sunt to Philadelphia (or adjudication The oar (jo of the Vila Warley (Isabol) capturcd by the flantiago do Cuba, con-is ted of pig lead, sheet copper > 4roa, io bundles. si ibs of sine, cases of hardware, which proved to be Eufl -ld rifles, swords and nautical instru ments. cotton cords, drugs, quinine, pot ash, soda, cream ?f tartar, copperas,carboys, castor oil, potash, indigo, aoap, paper and stationery, ssgars, candles and tallow, oodfish,herring, mackerel, but'.er, cheese, brand, toa, alcohol, gin and tooth brushes. Many articles wcro found on board directed to Charleston, S. C.: among other* two Bne boxes of segars very bandsoaaely gotten up and in aoribod to liis Excellency President l?avis, from John Fraier A Co., Charleston. Her log book was mutilated, aad the names were cut off of such papers as could be laid bold of in ths surprise of the capture. Importaui papers were ateo discovered, which, it is thought, will show her rsai character and destination. Sev ral of the !>*? songers and crew have avowed that shs was bound to Charleston. Her captain is a resident of Charleston, with lils family th-'re. and the engineers are alse from there. She had on board a well known Charleston pilot, named Lock wood, engaged at high wa?es to take her in and out; an t others of her ofJc -rs aad passengers are residents of tlio tame place. The coal found on board of her was about sufficient for the voyage from Nassau to Charleston; but not to St. Johns, and the quantity of water was small. The Santiago de Cuba also seized, April 20, off vho coast of Georgia, bearing for Charleston, S. C., when first discovered, ths schooner Mersey, under the British flag. Her register was dated Nassau, April 15. "Elizabeth, of Charleston," was visible on her stern usder ttio new aams. She cleared from Nassau for Baltimore. April 21, with a osrgo of salt, coffee, soap manufactured iirNew York, Irugs, leather,rope, cotton goods, stationery, corn brousM, matches, tea, sardines, salts or saltpetre. Tha Santiago de Cuba, also on April SO, within fifteen ?Biles of Charleston, seized the scho< ner Maria, under the British flag, and register dated Nasssu, April 16. Shs left Matansas on the 20th of Mirch, with segnrs, bound *o Nassau via Bashed Island for salt, but could show no register prior to that obtained at Nassau. Her former aaiae was Bailie Rose, of Chai lesion, which was vi-ible antler the aew jiaint on her stem. Her cargo coa^sted of salt, fegars and cotton goods. Some of the crew of each of Ihoee schooners have said that,a large sum of ?nonar was promised them if they succeeded in runmua tbe MookaAe Tke Csptmrcd Prisoners *t Huhtiu*, Alabama. O0K NASHVILLE COIU41 ^PONPFNCE. N^jtimii.K, Tenn., April 30,18<52. Th? following la a liat of prisoner* captured at Hoot*. TUlt, Ate., by General Mitchel, ud lent to r?jjp ciase, (?taio (who arrlrad at X.uhville, Tana., and lef| fur Louis Till# April 30, 1W2):? CommU<i<mrt Ofirtrn?M*'or J. tl. Kavanangb, Ninth Uvii.imn*, Captain W K. Whi'S, Se\ *nte*nth Alabama; Gaptain J. M. Cola, Fifth lieorcia: rapiain C. V Wootea, rifth Georgia, Captain J. H, H .11, Fnth (.waigi*; Ca?l. G. W. WcOavtn, Ninth T.O'u?Ur.i I.i<"Mecaiit U. S. Mol.eroy, Ninth IXMiiaiai>a' Lieutenant S. Ellis, ? Alabama, Lieu tenaut W. Sertin, Confederate Army The following were attached to the Ninth LouWi*na regiment.? First Hergeant, A. H. Brown. S? ?nd Sergeant J. L. HmmI; Fourth Sergeant, A. H. Eiland; First Grpra!, 0. M. ReAwinr: Third Corpor.il, J. II. Kia'lau: Prlvatee, D I.. Strlng.ir, J. W. Alston. I). O. William-', Jolin S*o??jr, W. H.Harvey, J. W I yon-, Y. IV. Hawthorn, J. K. Col dau, G. W. Goodman, E. I'. Sb >werf, K. J. F'luw, W. H. Sandera, H. B. Hurloag. W. H. rtatitr?, .I. B. Hawthorn, 1. P. Fular, J.T. Harrey. A. G. B. .Showers, J. L. iic UmJ. A. Powell, O. T. It b von, H. U. Uiwn, W J. Brooks, II Diekerwn, F. V. Ja.kaon, M. Fuller*, B. F. Williams, H. Bttnaift#', W. T. L.wrence, W. C. If.i llan, V. T Tbooipeon, H. H. Grigj,-?. J. R. Clara, G. N. Howell, T. H. M. nday. R. P. M. Vicker,9. J. Nei.l,'/.. Phillipe, C. F. Walker, J. K Ho^au, tv T Chappell, N. J-tikin*, O. I?. M'Picker, It. 1*. SUowert, <? 1) Wll aoa, I>. Mai thaw*, T. H I.??r, S. J Ma'.a. C. M. C. Ilowell, H. Kulliuer, B. H. llewell, W.J. Lackey,!). X. ?titsar, M Holmes, T. H Goo-1 rin, R. B. H J. Fullers, R M Culpttppar, J. Jl. Showers, Haul. Hail, W. F. Htmms, G. W. Hoflbr, Jamea Rlgers, Ibviots Kbowsrs, K A Wilson. T. L. Holmes, W. Ba t man, F. W UaiMlrioason. T. B. Rogers, J. C. Madiler. V . L. Kd MiStoa.J F Uwis, B. F. -eogul:, W. M. Dili*y,K. WM ker, J. M. Ball, J. D. Glass, J. II. Hooker, 6. W Wll liaaaa, W. W. Jordan. J. W. Kobin?ou, J. W.iLauil, B. F. 0tawart, J. Crosier (Third Keotucky) In tlotpilalat Xtiihri'W ? A. J U-voo.1 Ninth ?ITP*;? Hand.r. Th.rd Kenlnckr .1. Hajra?,T ??? ulj airealh Tennaaaaa. H. Bla< k J N Ragtda I ,lTt > d ?aatnoky. W. C. Flaaiina. Miliary. J. CliSord, Ini!ap??n aeat Ofri|?or. W. A. McCarty, Nlnataan'ii Terre^ ev W OrMk,Thirty-algh'h Tauue?aaa, B. Hotline, <avaa taaatk Alabama T. W. Powell, Nineteenth Tenne- -ta, J Tvokar. Nmateanth Tatmeeaaa W. Valpall,Thirty flr<t Alabama-0. Greg rr Third Kentucky, H. D. Curry, J. May, f> Uriffln R H Vaitgh m. J. st?w?rt, 8. M.i.ra' *?, W ?. smitk, A. M. Grtentblm. E Randall. J. W. Kogars, W. K Smith, L. A. Goo-tmas. W. H. Te'.er, and 8. W. Williams, Ninth Louisiana. Tit* Omm ?T Ja/hawktr JimIwb'i Armt. A* it baa bean ao fraqieatly aaaarUd by thaabolitoa prkata that Jayhawkor Jeonlaoo, of K?uaat, waa *r mt>4 HWT aa lli? gr?nrd of lkh? iK-iog opposed to lHiwy,Mi?l ha !? f?*t atated hin.jelf i* Mt. I.oote tttt tMtklwuN, It Bay be proper to (tiaubme the p?Mla mUtf oo thai qoaatlon by publishing <b* follow *g ?ttcuttt luttiimn Hair** AJrn or Kix'u 1 >"a??IjuvB??oinn, tpril 20, lMa. ( Am iter* epp^ara to bo a aenoua mWaj preher.-ion n tko MtaKto of May paraooa (aapaoally at a dmui><:.) u t* tb* graunda upoa whlub Ookmol 0. R. Jenmsou ?u pteo?4 la arreat, and aatertaiaing ? duo regard for tuat ampar "Kabila Opintoa" which takea alarm at tba arM trarr *ioralaa of aMIItary powor, I aval) aaysalf of tbia aillH of dlaabaemg tba publla mind oft feat aabjact Tha arraat at Uat. Jeamaoa wae tbo raault of rapra aaaiatlnaa aiaio by Li out. Coonal D. K. Anthony, of bia nra regiment, aad Ool 'loo W. Delt?'*r, bia I ni mediate anwwT f otaar, aad waa mad* at tho oarcaat aciioi batM?*f tbta latter offlaar, who, u? bli appsai to ma of Me lit* laat., d*mandad bia "Immediate arr?*t,''aad nbaigaa bia with tbo Boat giara a.id atrloua crlm?a kaowa la aiilliary law ? l? 8TI KOUS, Br igadiar OmaraJ< ommand.ag BaaoqcAKtaMi !**varra Raumun k. v., i Liwhk* a, April M, 1M2 J Cot. Danaaaa, aammandlng tro*pa la Lawrence _ Thia iwaralaig I mad* an ordar on e<-tu mending officer af Onapany t, for a Aaiail ut three men to an eai all atea-oamtnmalaaed offloera and auldiera ahewnt from gamp *r Iiawrrora without a leave approved by you. I aoat Lieutenant Hodgeman with tbe detail, with or Aara to report to y*;t and obtain parmiucn for the da tall to go to laavenwutk to arraat three men of f'om Cy F, who left here cm tb* atage tbia morning, and .aeldftm from Ooir - idi?? H and H, who ?laaeried laat alfk* with horaea and anui, and who, wa bare ieamm ?? think, weat to Loaranw jitb wltb leava of abeence algued by Ool?nel Jftniiiaon, and not approved by you. iJrntoaant H'<dgemaa atarted on hfa way to your brad qnartere, aad met Coirje) J*iuii*oa, who aikad for bia ardera. Lieutenant Hodgeman har.dad b.ia tba evdar. Color 1 /annHtaa i ?>'* it and tofa It ap _ caaaaa have b*ea itaaed hy Colonel .laaniaon to many of the aoMieri, and In coiiae.i.i?ii?e of bit action aoma 0rty of our men bara laft Mow m?ny bava tliaae pa?aaa I do a*t Know Tha comma'!ding offl.era thick they kara biaa dlatribuwd quit* fr*eir. I have prohibited tba laauing of all paaaea Trom town ta'eaa appr"vad by you aa par four ordar ? a Uwtawat w*** nw|Bw<nt. OFFICIAL WAR DESPATCHES. General lluriislde's Oiticl?l lUpart of lb* Untile ?( Koulk Mills. liX.UKfUAKlkBS, I'KPAin HHIST Uf No?ni CjUWlUU, \ St.* April Di, 1S62. f To lion. E. M Sratrrow, Secretary of War:? Si*?1 hav ? ihe bouor lo sccloM General R-no's report Of tho niovtmeiii> lu.ida by him, iu acoordnr.ee with my order, fur the purpose of accomplishing certain objects already indicated in a former de^mtch, the main order of which ww tuost successfully accomplished. General Reno s report g-.ves a detailed account of the movement, and I ueed only add that 1 feel an increased ooufldence in the brave officers and aoldlera who accomplished ao much in so short a time. Our loos in the engage meat was fourtoen killed and ninety six wounded and two taken prisoners. The enemy'a loss must have been rnuoh greater, as the cliai'lain (f the New Yeik ? , left in charge of the wounded, reports having Men on the Held thirty killed, beside* several wounded, the main body of the w.xmded having been taken from the held when they retreated. Our forces drove the enemy from the Held in a most gallant style, buried our dead, bivouacked on the field seven houis, transported a'.l the wounded exoept four teen so severely wounded that they could net be moved, but who were comfortably provided for, and left in charge of a surgeon and eliaplain. General Reno then, iu obedience to orders, returned to his lleet and and embarked hit men. lie felt less re luctance in leaving behind these fourteen wounded with the surgeon and chaplain, from the fact that 1 had but a few days before released some eighty wounded with tho surgeons, who wore left by the enemy in Newborn, and the commanding officer iu that neighborhood would bo less than human wore he to refuse to release these wounded as soon as they can be transported safely. I bog to enclose my congratulatory order, with the re port of General Reno, also the oorre8i>oiidenco between the General aud the commanding offloer at South Mills. [The congratulatory order of General Burustde was published iu yesterday's Hnuuo]. 1 have tho honor to be your obedient servant, A. E. liURNtilDE, Maj. Gen. Commanding. Oca. ncno'l Official Report ot tke Battle. HlAl>vF '.KTlUt#, SBfOM* DlVl?10X, 1 N. C., April 1C2, 1862. { Captain Liwia Ricbmokd, Assistant Adjutant General: CaitaiM' 1 have tha honor to rejsjrt that, in obedience to the order or Major General Bumside, 1 proceeded trom Nowbsru with lit* Twenty-first Massachusetts and tiity flrst Pennsylvaula regiinoats to ltoauoke? and was there joined by part of the Ninth and Eighty-ninth New York and Sixth New Hampshire. Wo proceeded directly to Elizabeth City. aud commenced disembarking on the 10th inat., at midnight, at a point about three miles below, on tbe east side. By three A. M. Colonel Hawkins' brigade consisting of the Ninth and Eighty-uiutb New York and Sixth New Hampshire, were lauded and ready to move. I ordered Colonol Hawkius to proceed at once with his brigade towards South Mills, for tbe punssw of tusking a demoattraUan on Norfolk. 1 remained to bring up tbe other two regiments, they having been delayed bythe vessels setting aground at th- tuouthol the river, They came up at daylight, and were lauded by seven A.M. I proceeded directly towards (South Mill*, icnd about twelve unlcs out. met Colonel Hiwkms' bng.iue, who, it ioem? l<?t his way, eituer by the treachery or iuo mpo teucyof h:s guide, he ha\ iug marchcd = me ten milesout of hi* way. Astiismon were very mm-h jaded by this Ions march, I ordered them to follow the *"?ond brigade, nreceeduii: about four mile- further, to within a mile ana a haif of south Mills, Ihe rebels opoued upoa us with, artillery before my advanced g?ard discovered them. I immediately reconuoiterod tbei. i<oaitiou and found that I they were t>cgied iu an advuMa^eous position, m a lino perpendicular to '.he road their inquiry in ditches and their artillery commanding nil th. direct approa he?, and their ni-u protected by a douse forest, loroe.edtlie Fiftv-flrst Pe.nsylvania immediately to file to the righ. and pass over to .1 c e ige ot the woods to mm their lelt. I ttiso ordered the Twentj -first Massachusetts to pursue the fameeour-o. and, wii.nCol. Haw'.ins c.ur.e up wi h his brigade. 1 s at him, with tbe Ninth an iEighty ninth .now York to their support. The tiixth New llamjir; ire were formed iu liue to mo left or the road, and ordered to support our four pieces of artillery. 0\vin*t<>theexe b. ivolV.Uguo of the men they could not reach their i>ositiou tor some time 111 the meantime th ? euerny kepi up a bri.-k artil lary ilre, which w je gallmiily re-ponded to by our small Pisces, under < Inlrpie of Colonel Howard, of the i asi. tuard who, duriufc the entire enga-emot, Ui?j> ?ye 1 li est conspicuous gallantry aud render, dvery en ci?lit service, both during the action and upon the return?he bringing ir> the re ir. As s"?ti as the Klftj'-flret i'enueyl vw? .lwentv-tlrsl Massachusetts l-sd succeeded in tin unit; their lett they opened a brisk musketry ti e and a'.'out lh? same tint- the Ninth ^ew Yor?., aUo coming ia range, ami t?em- too rag. t- to engage, un fortunately chirged ui-on tiio enemy s arti.? y. It wss a nioit ba'lani charge, aud they were espied to a most ooadly Jlre of gi .pe and me ketry.and were forced to retire, hut rallied immediately up m the )? igh'.y nmth Now Y'-u.". I theu ordered lath raiment.- toforiu a junction with the Twenty-first Mae.-achuseits. In the meantime the Kilty-first I'eunsy Ivsnia and i wenty-flrst Massach isetts kept up am ince. aut fire upon the t . b.-.s, wb<> now had withdrawn their artillery ai.d ha.. c?iu me'ioed to retreat in good order. 'Ihe sixth New Hamp shire ha l steadily ad\acoed in line to the loft or the road and when within about two hundred yards poured In a'most deadly volley, wbich completely demoralized the enemy and ended the hattie. Our mm were so completely fagged out by the iutente hest and th. ir long march that we couid not pulsus them. The man rested under armr, in line of ba-.tle, until abo'.t ten o'clock 1'. M., when 1 ordered a re mm to our boats har ms accomplished tbe principal objoct of the exi*d it ion conveying the idea tbst the entire B irnEide exi^ '. tion wss marching unon Norfolk. Owing to a want or trans portation I was'compelled to leave some sixt^u o < ur most severely wounded nieu. Assistant Surge m Warr n wss left with the men. I tent a flag of truce th? u xt day to ssk :tsat ibev might be returned to ii.v'omtnander Riiwau kindly volunteering to attend to u. We took only ?rew prisoners, some ten ? r tiftcen. most or them be longing to the fhird George reg.ment The Ninth New York suffered u.- st severel), owing to their pre mature chaige, onr total loes iu killed and wounded being abo u n netj, some sixty hel-ug ing to that regiment. Ihe officers and m-n oi the ?overal regiment - all beba-. ert with their u.-ual gallantry , and many are worthy of particular mention end 1 pre s we the brigisue ai.u reg.mentai comtuar- er? will <lo jusiiec to tlieir resr'cove ooniuiat.Os. 1 wi.l forward their repoits a* '<>or. ss received. The return march way mads m perfect order, and Vw, it anv, stragglers rere left bthitd. Considering that during' the ad\anee the weather was inten?elv hot, sad that on the return a severe raiu rendered the road.- very mue 'y and that a portion of the command had to maicb 'totfy-rn e tniiex and iheciuers ih.r?y-tre, and fight a battle m the meantime aud liiat ail this war ec complislied in le-s thsii twenty-fwut hours, 1 thin., that the Comaianuing t^nrrsl h-.- e?ery i?a on to be ssfsUed with bis command. I deeire to re'ire my flunks to Commander Row-usnd 'ue ..1 rs and m-n ut. ie- hi in for their untlriaf en- rgv in disembarking ami re en.l.ark ins my command; snd siso to Lie itenait Uus-er for the galiect manner iu whi. li he^s?!sted us by pro ceding up iho river and draw ing tne enemy ",it of the wucd? ai. ug the bsnkS. Colonel Itawkins. c urmsn ling the First brigade, and Lieuteuant Colonel HeU, co mauding tbe Second, disptaved oonspiceuus courage, a* u.d aie' tho regimental commanders. I.ieutenaul Colonel < iark com m.rnded the fwenty-tlrst Massachusetts, M%sir thball tbi Kifty-lir*t 1'csnsyivauia. l.ie t- i-ai.t t. oe nei Kiiu'oa) ?i*e I Ninth New T-n k and lieutenant Colonel C. tbe s xth | New Ha. pMi.ie. ' sptam F.arin^ tue Ai t-de .amj cf Uenera. B.irif.de, acrontpJbied me ee a volunteer s:d, an?l renderea eti>c <nt and ga - la t ner\i^e a *o f aptft:n H t* ti.o. s. C- ^? ? nd | Lieutenant?. .rd?u sad B.et?!,..r the Signal Corps. Mv own sid.-, l..e tensil's lUtno and M<Tris, b'haveft with the.r is ai na.aiutiy. AS f-oon as the b.i^sde sum tegi mentsJ repot is a e fttniii'bed, I will forward then to gether with a complete list of tbe killed end wour.ded. The enemy ? io's .v?s considerable ; but they succeeded in carrying off tno-t uf their wo it?de?i. Severs bowe?%r. were lett on the tsld, cue of whom was i capUt.n of the i"hlrd tteorg a rtginiest. Theoder b?arer oj theTli-rt 'reurgia regiment ??? fhr.t o ?n by the Twentv-Urst Maesach'isette. wnr.e waving UeOanuy ms traitorous tug The enemy had urei. six to teu pi* es of artillerv, snd trom 1,100 to S.tSX) m?n We appr<jsdt ?d to within Hurt. m >- ol Norloik. and utdou -tedly tbe de.eat of one* of >hen i^st regiments (Ihe Ihird Weorgia, produc'd considerable jmnic ai Norf dk. 1 hsve tbe uon</r to be, v?ry i e?i>e (fully, J. t. Rr\*o. Btigsd.tr (iei.ersi Commam'ing .-eeond p,. -toe TBI WOt'JTI V ISIOH SOLI>l?R8 U>T A. POi IN Wit' *. HKADoeAjtTtn. -'w vp Brigaiw. i r*r?st*i->i ok NoersCABOi'iirA, ai ril ls?^ J To the * <i*?A>n.*fc Ot: iei* st Khatketh Ci'> or Cuutli Mills ? th* Kcer.t snf*?Mnent net.r south Mills, owing to the lack < f 11fci>i? rfa or., I was compelled to leave a few of my wo'iadcd unler the charge ot' one ot onrsur geoae. A* it h** l>een nvariskiy our pracr e te r"lee*e the weund d or. parole, i cenfi 1 ntly antirlpate thai y?-u will pursue the same course ia which > s?c y> . will vleMe inform C< n.maoc* Kowsn at v hat time ai.! pl.ice they e?t> be received. I ai?e re<|oest permi??kic to te more tbe body of LientenSBt Hededen of the Ninth ?w Vers, ihe surgeon wlli point out the piece of his inter i mem. I have tbe t oerto be, very respei.tfnil?, joorme dient setTant, J. L RKNO Bt igadier t.'enersl I'srswrstirr i?r Nomvik, ) IlBAiNt sins as i h *'? Iitin-s \'oi < <srssm, . C'ssnn ( sit, V. C., April SI. 18t??.) Brigadier Oenera, .t. L Ktx?, I Dited Pistes Army ? <ii.Nrn?t?in reply toje -,r iette; o:'iheMUi ust . 1 bate to state thet I hare rekrred <he tttb^ect of the wounded men to department bead.piar'srs and Ism Instructed lo Inform yo?i that tliev will b? parolled snd sent vo Con' mand .r Rmnt i.s sn> n s? they are at leto be transjortrd, of whlcft d ie notice will be gleet rhe body of I.leute nant '.sdsdon wi, be rent aa ?oen as posslbts. 1 lis s"r geon will be relras. d with the perilled wo in-'ed. I lutee now to eall your stteatloa to th'of i.(?? tenant H. I. JarriKsn of Company C, Third ??? rgia Velunt-ere who was left ss a uurse with l.ie itetisni WiiKmi .l ine fame -e ? "'it, W" cded and i?er, rd. ! s- '???. ?b t ,T.. Isan be perolled or exfbangsd f"r one of y(? t n?<> j r| tuners at out p' fs" ?ior. lour oberltsnt ?e*? snt Al.it!'. rtl BLAVCHAKD, flrigadi"r General t .f a Official W'l' ?" of Oeneral Mitchel's 0|M* i'sti?ns si Chsttsaoegs. Ht .??Ttru.iK, AIs , May 4 !(<ej Son. KX'wn M- StainoU, Secretary of War ? Tour desvstch is received. A soldier's hlgbest reward fbr servicee is to merit snd receive the spprobatloB of ble snperu r efflcers. A netpedito n from Prldgefort crossed tbe river on May 1 sdvnaeed towards Cbattaonogn twelve miles, end oapisred sMre^ ^d ? B?>1 trwwti lelireai hulls. A paalo prevailed at Chattanooga. Thi? ituf is moving all hit property la the directlou of Atlunta. Getie al Lo*dbe: tar bad been cashiered for cowardioe at Bridgeport. there weri' not mora than 2,000 troo' x ai Chatuaooja. Tliey d islrofad a saltpetre m >nuf?iCto y In a cava aud reurne.1 aafely with the capture! pro] orty. Another ax,.edition penetrated to .las|?-r and found a at roan Union fooling. Ou lUa ?.nut day llioy had a skir im-h wilu the enemy's cavalry at Athene. Oar outposts win a driven book, but on b:<u g reinlo. ocd tbe eneuur re treated iu thu rtireclion of Florence lhere -re slrag gl.t.g hands of mounted mac, partly cl it tens, scatterel a <>:g my entire liuc, threatening the bridges, oue of wiuUi they suci ee led in destroying. O. M. illTCHEI., Major General Commanding. OHelal Report of LltDteaaat Owiaa of Hla Cralae I'p tkt Tenneaaee River. WA- umoto.1*, Majr 4,1861. Tha following, front tha report of Lieutenant Command ing Owinn, or the United Stale* gunboat Tyler, addressed to Commodore Foote, has been received at the Navy De partment. Tha report ia dated Hamburg, Teun., Apri' 23. 1842:? 8*?i have to inform yon that en the 21at I proceeded aa high up the Tenneaaee river aa Florence, Ala., oap turlng the steamer Alfred Robb, which h is been uaad aa a rebel transport on the upper part of the river, not having been such aa we auppesed. I (trnud tha rebel boat Hun bar, which had been tued previously to tlie fall of Fort Henry aa a gunboat, aouie distauoe up Cypreaa creek, which ia two mile* below Florence, Ala., aunk, the water being above her guarda. Aa it waa impoaalble fer tue to raise her 1 burned her to the water'a edge. I am happy to inform you that the rebel* have neither a boat nor a gun on this river. I captured their best gun at Florence. It Is now on board the Lady Foote, late Robb. I learned at Florence that their bri<lge was burned by order of Gen. Beauregard. The inhabitants were vary indignant at such a wanton deatruction. Capture of the Rebel Steamer Bermuda by Commander Stdlwagcn. The United States steamer Mercedita, Commander Stell wagen, on April 27, about Sftoan milee north of Hole in the Wall, captured the ."learner Bermuda, loaded with artlclaa contraband of war, among which are 42,000 pounds of powdur, noven Held carr ages, end a number of caniion, sword-*, pL.toU,-bells, fuses, cart ridges, military sultl ctre, saddles, ingots of tin, ho. She lias been token into Philadelphia for adjudication. I'nltcd Mates Circuit Court. Before )Ion. Judge* Nelson and Smalloy. TUB CASE OF THB BRITISH I'HIZE BARK H1AWATIIA, AND UKIi CARGO, VALUED AT $200,000?HCPOBT ANT OPINION or THE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT AS TO THBPOWKB8 OF THIS FRJ/JS COMMIS SIONERS AND THE DUTIES OF TUB MARSHAL, KTC. Mat b.?The United Statet vs. The Baric Hianxttha and her Cargo, taken as a prize. Nat-sox, C. J.?The vessel and cargo In this casohavo heretofore been condemned in the District Court as a prize, upon proceedings instituted by the United State*, and an appeal taken to tbis court from that decree, which was affirmed. Since then an appeal has been taken t0 the Supreme Court from the latter decree, and which is now pending. The cargo consists chiefly of tofcacco, man ufactured and unmanufactured, and was laden on board the vessel at City Poiut, Virginia, in May, 1801; the cap ture occurred ou the same month in Hampton Road;, and vessel and cargo were brought into this port. The ves sel, with most of the ctrgo, is lying at the Atlantic deck, Brooklyn. According to the r?!*>rt of tlie prize commis sioners, under date of April 14, 1862, supported br proof, the cargo in in a peri-liing condition, and they u.sUed Cor an order of sale for the benefit of all con cerned. A sale was ordered accordingly, and some gU'l* taken undor the order with a view to* an appralful or the cnr>[0 preliminary to the tale. The pre* ocdinfcs were afterwards staid for tlio purpose of enabling the proctor and advocate for the claimants to make some sug.;'-*tions to the court in respect to tho order of sale, which have been submitted for its consideration. It ii not donied but that the cargo is in a pori?hab> condi tion, and the interference of the court required with a view to its preservation, pending the liligation. The value of the property involved is large,aud the claimants numerous,as the documentary proofs show, It is-said, sotae thirty-thr-u ditlereul bills of lading. No application It is been made by either of the claimants for any inter terei.ee with the cargo by the court, with a view to its preservation. Ihe application is exclusively on tho part of the government, and by the commissioners acting f<r the benefit of all persons or parties coucorn ?d. We are satisfied upon the proofs before us that tome immtdiateuep* should be taken to preserve the subject matter m dispute from loss, and that it will be for the Interest of all pa ti. s that the cargo shoigd bo soli. The recent net of Congress, passed March 2.?, 1^62, provides:?Sec. 1. Tluil it aliall be the duty ot the prize commissioners,''from time to time pending the ad judication, to examine into the condition of the = .iid pro perty, a1.d repot t to the court if the same or any part thereot be perishing or perishable, or deteriorating in v >lue, and if the same bo s j l'ound bj the court, upon said report or other evidoixft-, the count may thereupon o:der au interlocutory sale thereof by the United States Mar shal, and the deposit 01 the gross precoeds of such sale in the registry of the court, whether a elaiui to said pro perty ha:-'or has not been interpoeed.'' We are incliued to think tnis provision applies as well to the pro> eed ings in thU eourt as in the court below. We do not sup pose it was intended to interfere with any others of the usual modes in this or the court below, i'or the dls position or preset va'ion of the fund or subject mai ler of litigation pending the suit; but was intended to provide for tlio ct-e of a sale, which is one of the modes, when that one has been adopted by the court. This ;ower of the prize commis-Jons, we brieve, 1s new, and it may be proper to submit some observations uionit. lite power, 1 think, if joint.and repiirea the concurrence of both in the ererciso or it. As matter of practice, it would be proper for them to give notice of the application to the court for the sale to tho Dist: ict Attorney, representing the government, and ai,o to the proctors of the claimants, ?o as to aflVrd ?u c^ipor'.onity t > these parties to S'ipport or oppose the order o:'sale. Kit her of thein may still make an application to the Co Tt in respect to tlio condition o. the ?** notwith standing this power of th? cot&m las toners. It v~as ob vlou-ly c .nie.. ed upon th'm as on additional seounly f< r its preservation, and for abundant caution, llie sale. w Un ordered, is to be nude by tho Marshal, but i-s matter of practice should be made under the sup^riu. ler, ece and direction of tho commissioner*. They re pres. nl all |?rtiea in iuterest, and it ;- their duty to see thai ihe property u act sacrificed at the -a!u. The rela tion they hold to the property is not unHl:e tfcrt or a p-vate party in rales of ihl--description. The Marshal ? to receive the purchase money, make a pro per ietiiru of the sale", and pay lite ifMseys into the re>i.stry o; the court, ino act pro rides that the order cf sale fhall contain no or der to pay the rrosi p-oceeds ihe re* -jtry. And tbe Meoad section, ":hat all reaso.iahle niu prop. r cia.oia acd chirges or pilot%e, t. wharfage, storage, in. suretiee and other expense* iivilenl to the brt'glng in *t>d sa""e custody an< sde' <?f the property e.^ture'l as pi /? -.ti*?i be a charge npou tin s.uaic. and having !>eeu audited and allowed byth. ci.rt. b.t.', in the cvc. t o. . decreoof cotv'emnat -tlt'it o* or payment en coots,to paid out oliti . au\ saieol ilieproi?r ly i UMlor iutorloout ij of the court. Tut grt ? priN ed el t! .? i'.ii4 iuic> ir .i regtutry u' the court, and on ??ti and a"'jw? oe of ihe hai..e? Ac., bv ti ? ? > may be paid. It may b' pio ?. to say in adv... e,UMt nhere t1 ese cbarg>'i are tiaod by law, the) wi.* h ? atf .cUy rcg.. ?te4accord iii^ly cud where not (i\ed by law, '.he allowance wi'l in nocase esroed the 'isua! aeettetemo't charge la stellar casOe awsingout of uaviga'ion and tra<le. We r ippore ih.it the cm..ge> of pii ta^e, towage, wharfage,sto.age Uid ill ether inci iental ne.-easary expenres, are ei'lier f t>-i1 by law. or by cti-'oon. and unge, or hire some d"fl nle inn t or reputation by the .-C'urse of trade ant bu? ..*>? *. ite llat'hal having the poase tlou autl custody >ittW veraolaadeacgo.e'tb|ecl to tbe dlrec'ion ?uu < "iitrol of the < ourt, be wlfl be held icsponsib'e tur itaiae eare: fo ? pla iag and sec .iing t'.e vessel at a pro,er dc< k. sad wk nthe cargo is ordered to t>o dt? tbsig'-d,farseie^tiLga tit and suitable ?arepou?e for the stornjtean-1 ii tody ?rf it afterwards. Wherean ap pra.sai<>f the gfwdo Is ordered to t>e made by the com tr -Montr botore a su!o, he will disoliaive the cargo un->r their * pei ntend-r.. e, eo ss to stisolS them W> us- a .h i of it with a r iew te the appraisal, and be will also be enabled to >ake - ist forhia own l.enefii with a view to thorale. He thtuk in disv barging the cargo tha puree's *f e.-.cb' ill of lad ng h'uld tic <*pirated, ap 'rat?ed,aud sold separately, so that each claimant m*? in a t ed of his dirtiact .uteres! involved in the litiga t.on. We ?hull afflrtu the order 01 sale heretofore ssaue; Inn the tule tt to take liace in the mode aud mauaer more fully staled In this dp;mon, and the Hay of pro leeiiiugs u.-charged. Coos el toi thesuveu.mant, Mr. S. L. Woodford, for c!a matiW Mr. thai tes hdwards. Dtath of* Xrw Yorker In Ireland. MX'EA'S Ol A FAs-EM/tH BY 1ME IDIX it-mo IK ( OhK. Tr m tii* Ork Herald, April l*.j Aming the piHe*nger* who arrived at Qiaernown from SVw York, i>tr the ?t*an.<-r Edmktirg, on da> e.anng (I6tb ultimo), war* an elderly kuimb and a Hti> b*> ?r tlve year*. ?be bro-ight with bei a large tiulik bearing the iB crti'lioB, "Miclia#! Kenan,Mona'rea, No. 1. ' On corning ai-bore ?he appeared in a very waak miu. ?abe*ltb> atate an'1 it was mm<-red among tha <.th?r pn thai ilia Ua-' Kit bar husband in New York, ?or 'h' rurr*Ui? ft coating to bar native pla< a?eupp'eed to ua Yo'igbal?'< reu.uit l?er rUanarad eenalitutlon. immidiat<\y afl?r her arrival aha engaged lodglngc for the night fur beraai. and cMld at ? bou*e iu ih? did S,.:are. ami after d;inking a glaaa ?' porter want to bad. N>^t mo<-n tig ai>rrebeD?ion nt & me unforaseen *rll waa e*cit>d by the child coming frtwn tia m.-.b?r l ni 'in and i ? 'mplaming to tha pro prielree* of the l<>dg ng* ft hat " If "trim a would net ? peak to him. The landlady thereupon prtx eeded u> bar lodger's room, and (ound la r lying in b*<) a liN^aa carpe* Magical aid wa? celled In, but only to kn ei ta n for a oertalaty that iifa wai c >iupl*t*ly a*. Itnct. Tha jx.i,'a-??ia. ihaimprn, inrormad of tha.'la . every, and >hey endeavored hy qiieaiiuning the child 10 alh It the name and ''?atinall^i. of ih< dec aacd. Owing, l...n"far, *o tb* little f?lk>w'e !mr>err??it artlouhuion he i o''ld only t a ?uda''??cO?l to eay that bia nama waa M to reney. It >tm itaeu t^me I ^ < pclienl to examine th>. Content* o." bar fr ink with a view lo dia.overlng * <me ? lua to bar identity Tit* only nutter, however, that Cfild ba found likaly to afford audi a clue we* a letter aiM'?af d to Denial Hri-n, Cor.na, county Coilc, Ireland: b'lt the polk* lefraincU front '.petm.g It Tor thopresent. The ')tU?r arti< If* which the cb?*t >ontainad were cbl?lly eh?!-p d'p***'*. it nuniaruti* roitei tlnn of portrait*, ?*va ral t r' ^nta for at home, and aomo itnall house bold <itqnaila. Mo ^wh.la tho unfort'inato chile! r?mainti ta tha l"lginga, and, ibould th? Identity of fha laf tar not ba dla- ovrr^d, tnuat bo han'la<f ovar to the relieving otli ear for maintnnanc*. On referring to the Imt of |>a?aan gera by lha Vdinbmg tha natnoa whit li are tb' ii?(hl to ba tboan of the di-cea?ail and bar chil l art found to bt "Mri. Italy or Hal if PROCEEDINGS OF C0N8RES& TIllftTV'SHVENI'H CUl?aii>BJ9. FIRST MSSIOM. 8?nat?. WaSIUBUTON, May 6, 1862. Tin RANKKUPT HILL. Mr. Harris, (rep.) of N. V., presented a pemii? u? fa Ttf of ft general bankrupt not.

tu PUKH0. Mr. Harris also presented ? petition asking that equal privileges be allowed oortalu newspapers. BOUNTY FOR VOLUIfTRBRS. Mr. Tnn Bvck, (rep.) of N. J., offered a resolution tbat the Military Committee inquire Into the propriety of ex tending the provi/iona of the aot allowing $100 to volun teers honorably discharged to such volunteers aa may hav-e been or hereafter may bo disabled by wouuds and discharged. Adopted. tu bumbrr or major aim rriuamrr orvrrals. Mr. Wilsou, (rep.) of Mass., from the Military 00m mlttee, reported buck the bill to limit the number of m\jor geuerals and brigadier generals, witb an amend* ment making tl\e number ot major generals thirty in stead of twenty. The amendment was adopted Mr. Haul, (rep.) of N. H.. moved to strike out two hun dred and insert one hundred and eighty as the number of brigadier generals. Mr. Wilson, (rap.) of Mass., hoped the bill would pass. He thought one hundred and fifty brigadier generals enough. About one hundred and ninetjr?fire had bean sent in here. ?? Mr. Clarx, (rep.) of N. H., thought we ought to make the bill according to the "service," and not according to the "appointments." The Chairman of the Military Committee (Mr. Wilson) thinks that one hundred and tl:'ty brigadier general* are enough, and yet we refuse to put the number down, boeause wo have got these app oint ments here, and have not manliness enough to strike them out. Mr. Wilson said he thought one hundred and fifty enough : but the President and Secretary of War seemed to think more wero necessary. Mr. Ha lb?That would look to the country as if we were legislating Tor the salvation of the brigadier gene ral*, and not for the salvation of the country. The bill was laid over. , ' donations or prnur i.anb!?. Mr< Wa"1, (rep.) of Ohio, introduced a bill donating public lands to several Slutes and Territories, to aid in the support of colleges for the benefit of agriculture and the arts. Referred. Hlit-llLVSiOX 01 IBB A(-r RKUATI.VB TO TlUE l'AT, KTC., OF THB WBST1RN SBPARTMKNr. Mr. Wti<>r>N. (rop.) of Mass., offered a joint resolution to susjieiid all business under tho act entitled "An net to secure to the officer* an 1 men employed in the West ern Department and Missouri their pay, bounty and pen sion!," &c. Referred. BXl-HAMil OF PRISONERS. Mr. Wiij'on also presented a joint resolution in re lation to an exchange of prisoners. The resolution states in substance that humanity nnd sound policy require that Hie officers and men of the army and navy of the United States, held as prisoners by the force now in anus against the authority of the government, should be released from captivity by such exchanges as may be needful, and hy such means as humanity and military expediency would recognise, on the solely admitted fads that the?* forces in arms against the authority of the United States hold in captivity jiersons whom it is desirable to release by necessary practical measures. Referred. 1HK RCIKS OF DEBATB. Mr. Hai? moved t" take up the resolution offered by him some time since in rejraru to a debate iu the Senate. Rejected. Teaj 17, nays i'i. si-racH cr mk. iomkroy on thf: hosto-tead box. The Homestead bill was then taken up. Mr. Pomknor, (rep.) of Kansas, was o;u>osed to nay bill which would at this time tend to deplete tho Treasury ?n I weaken the government. Wo need allour resources, and if ihis bill would weaken them he was against it. But he Mr. l'omeroy) con ten lod thit tho public lauds had produced no reTeaueJ'or the lest five years. There wero land warrants already i-imed whioh it would take seventeen ye-rs to finish up. Tho spe-dy settlement of the public lands would produce far greater revenue to the government than any sale of thorn. He thought the government had no right to si>eculate in tiie public land.-;. The Ik-lory or the great mono;>oly of the pub.'lo lands was written iu sad lines u!l over the countries cf the Oid World. Thirty tbous.md land warrants ver the whole of Ureal Hritafn, while In Ireland two and a half millions of people are working on lands of which they do not own a fnot. lie urged tho passage of this bill because the first pabllo lands sold for more than ever they cost, and tho account can be closed with tho government without loss. The true strength of the nation did not consist in the mere amount of money it could raise, but in the men?honest, Cod-earing men. The true way to strengthen the country would bo to give every man with s family a homestead, lie demons! rated that, through the tariff, a well organized family would pay doiblo what would be the interest on a quarter -action of land. He argued tbat the best way to sccure free dom wss to grant free -home lands to free men, who were worthy depositories of the principles of free government. He referred to tho struggle in leans*? |as a small, pocket edition of tho present strug gle, and freedom wa* secured to Katmss by free settlers. He also urged the passage of the bill as a means of con net-ling the East with the Pacific Ocean. The pioneers were ad\-aucing we.tward now at au average of 100 miles per year. Tim I'KJUv-'. Mr. Cowa*. < rep.; of Pa., presented a petition from W. C. leweti, mm! ing for the constitution iind popular senti tueut to govern through (lie restoration of tho freedom oftkop'es*. and lor opposition to European dictation, and for au iucrefese or' troops, and a reservo fit the North tocherk iucrei>?iKiiro|i*aii *ympathv with the South. bill i-nuim. in innfONAi. uautnr. Mr. (I'niou, of Va., introduced a bill in rein lion to porsunal liberty. DUU1K ON Till CO*l!MaHOJ> Eat.. Tti? Cor.fl.-rjM'>!! bill wit' tsken up Sir. Howk. (rep.) of Wis., referred to the spcech of these: i&tor from l>elaware (Mr. Sa lisbury) on Friday. He wa.s ?oiry to Lear the ,k?imtor predirt the enslave ment of tkc.whoie Affiicau t i< e. Tho Senator took high ground iV'\v ti c i eg'.*s, but 1." wo Id have to gut rid of fiicii soiiiiui'nt.s u* bo uprti id on Friday or he would rot keep a!e.?d of the bia ks. lit was in l'avor of confiscation arid puni-bmeut of tba rebels, but he thoc ,lit the l>il! ln-ioie the fenate w s not worth tk3 i>a per it Has printed on. lie contended that we had no * ithorit v io pit such .1 bill, and ought to luive no such authority re w-s ro suck p 'wer in ih* eons titul ion. 1 ito bill ?-"i:in.-5 ihat certain p^mona have commit :od tr> j-' n, ai d if tl. commit any more tlifjr i-hall b? slrip-od or their property. Why not thus c ti . eni i My take a man's probity for i?uy other crime? lhe penally tor crime ought to be visited on la llvidiia's u:ly wheu eonvioted ot' crime. If we c.tild by ieglf 'alive a.t tjke away a mans proiorty fir rebellion, we n ici '. imUo away property forgoing to c i.up n.eeliiig, if *'? choco to declare that a crime. He objected to th? at'empt o execute a | malty by legisls tlve not m-te?d of th- Judgment of a judicial tribunal. The bill, if ix e vr- ild puc -ha gre-t many ninccent pi; sous, and let ihe g iilty <.-c*ic. lie thought the g t'IMest per* nr were n t included in ihe bill at all. Th* government cwea t<? it r'.i' t>nd to the people to p mish the lead?u oi tlif reb'UI n, and (hat was a'l there waaor it. lie tliO'iyM it '.here had not boon adeiiro to do a. meit'ng to dituiaUh the power of slavuy or or these who hold staves no such iiietMiro as this would h ?ve over be?u thought of. lie w,.s willing to vote for a bi'l to (om.-h for tre*soii niter conviction for Ihe offence. Mr. 1 osvn, (rop.) oi Ccnu.,sa>d au indifferent ierson listening to the rebates on tuis bill might have tho igbt there were two parties In the ^en*!'1?one striving tode: fend >ku constitution. end the other indifferent to it; b' I thin was an absi rd si. : u>| .<?:? antatonism. rh?it<aii te i.. iuoh sutsgOL..m between thrwe who l< v* lhelr Cf' ntrr. There were lour bills be,i re the Senate, and substitute* and an tni'.ments making thir teen propositioi , nii!> i wo i*f which bid ever been e\. amined by the oon.nut ?e. He wus in favor of the lull which would d"> the mo*l to cru?h out the rebel lion. He ooLien< etf that under tho bill of the iS?nau<r from Illinois no property was to to ?e./ed except in the opinion of rhe Fresideut It to best t?? do so. Thai cortnlriv was rot s- ?-Tere as has b?eii claimed against it. Ttie bill of the S<)nator from Ver nioni'Mr. t'olUitnei) nuthonseii tbe President to seizo and sequester the property of rebels, and sell tho per<sbable property and hold tho real estate till lUillcial proceedings w r? restored. He contended that tbe bill of the Sonati i irom Vermont wan decidedly the niC?tMnakeiil ,*for aithuuah, like tho other bill, depeti dentou the will of the President, >et it prondee for taking all the property of ell tho rebelr. As regards slaver, the bill '?f th? Senator from \'ermont iree* ell slaves of pe. sons conrlotod of treason, and provides that the Pies.'ieut may free the slaves of i?rsona who con tinue in rebellion after a eertain time, but doe? not pro p. ?e to lout-h tho slave of tho loyal man at all. Ho could net believe that, under the coLstilution, we had any power to confiscate the real estate of a rebel longer Mian lifetime, and ho did not believe the President would un dertake to sell real cststo, under these circumstances, but hold It for tbe herein of tbo government s:s xtivs ns'io*. Tho senate here won' Into executive eesslon. llosise of Representatives. t.sinmrri' atk?.\ ron rtm rsoet n or kawa*. WA.-niKOTot, Msy 8, Mr. AlMM' h, (rop.) of lltu., introduced a bill indemni fy irg t?io people of K?..ias lor looses ss'i depredations. Rofor.od in i 'nnssTi.jt o> vssaxo.'s stn nrsai.Mos Mr Tnonas. (rep.) of Mass.. ia trod nc?d a bill for He p in -Liiieut of Ire.; on and the more eflsntiul S'ippre?Sion of the rebeillcn. I> erred to tbo Judiclsry Committee. THH KSN'KSI s K1LI. t-as SI'. The h'> ?e ps oti tlit bill to provide increased i '?re nues i " m imports, and to pay the wKieni on tho public debi, Ac. tits Psiirio rsiijiosd mil.. The TV -'S then went >nU> Cominlttee of tho \fbole on the ra<!lik Rallr.-ad bill. Mr. Krkdksi' k A. Cmruin, (rep.) of N. Y.,liunjedi stole mnved that the i nmmittee rise, with an intention to move (he postponement of t lie bi II till Ihe second Moudsy In Demtnber nest. The motion wee 1st by a vote of .14 agslnst 01. Mr. fTBvrMS, (rep. j of Pa., made a ppeech Iu advocsey of tho raeasuro und for Immediate action. One ol bis romaiki eli< itod the inquiry from Mr. Wi<*urrs, (Union) of By., Whether tho gentlenutn (Mr. ftm e a) y ah In favor of rfl'.Uring the Tnion as H was or agaiuat it. Mr .-i*v *s? replf Ad that ha w.u for auhdning the rebets mill inlliciing all the count,,|u?-:ioe? of ? vtct ri'*u? nature mi the lallou to* in an unjnat war. Ho w?Sforcontls eating their property to pay the ?*: eraes iuuurred. Mo would reo<'Ustrtioi tho Uuion, but with freeduat through out ita entire bord'-rs. Mr. Wiuujmi?Then you are asain.it tho Uoion as it wag? Mr. Stbvkxs?Before that can be re-U>red yon mist restore the ten thousand friemeu who have lie o sent to death bj the murderous band. He (Mr. Sievaut) eould never shako hand* with bloody murilo era. The prevloua question was ordered on tho bill, which was ordered to be printed tu order that the H?'iae might examine into the character of the amendments; aul with the understanding that a vote shall be takou 011 the passago of the bill at two o'clock to-morrow oliuiuwon, Adjourned. The Arrest and Statement of Battky, tUo Alleged Murderer of SlgUmand Fellner. UK f'fcNIKS TUK MfKDKIt. [From the St. Louis ^Republican. May 2 I The murder of Sigismtmd Kelloor next New lurk city, in November last, is doubtless fresli in the minds of the readers of the RtpuUicatt, as the ruU particulars from the New York papers were published shortly after the murder occurred. Fellner arrived at New York lust fall, and had inhla possession about oue hundred thousand dol lars in diamonds. Shortly after his at rival ha was myste rloualy murdered, and hia body was found at Applegate'a Landtag, New Jersey, atabbod in nineteen places. A young man named Ratzky waa auspeoted an the murderer, and suspicion also pointed to Alb rtina I'flauin and a Mrs. Marks, sisters, who came over in the Name ship with Fellner, as aocomplioes. Ratzky escaped, but it glvea us pleaaure to state that be has been ar rented, arid is now in the custody of the Chief of Police of this city, awaiting a requisition from the New Jersey authorities. Ratzky was arrested on Sunduy evening for attempting to swindle a woman out or a horse. The woman resides some distance out of the city. Ratzky represented to her that he was a government agent, engaged in purchasing horses. The w<>. n sold him a horse, and Ratzky advanced ten dollars and gave his oeta for the balance? some $96. He signed the name or H. Tiebor to the note. The horse transaction was made known to the Chief of Police, and after a diligent search a i*>l iceman succeeded in arresting Ratzky, alias Tiebor, at a house ou Frailklin a venue, on .Sunday evening. He was taken to the Central station, and the Chief of Polioo at once no ticed his resemblance to the picture of Itaizky in the "rogues' gallery," which had beeu sent on irom New York. The description of Ratrkv, written upon the back of the picture, was as follows:?-'Five feet five inches high; Polish Mw: aged twenty two; weighs <>ne i.und.e l and twenty pounds; no side or chin wickers, thin black mustache, twisted at uie corners of the mouih; black hair, cut short; skin on hands new, recently burned by gunj>owder; dressed in brown frock coat, dark pants, low erowned hat and red necktie.'' The Chief examined Tiebor's hind.-?that being; the name which he gave?and discovered that t hoy.had been burned. Tiebor?by which name we s&all designate him for tho present?said that ho had recently been in the employ of llelmer A- Meyer, No. ti I'ine .street, and that while in their employ hi* bunds were accidentally burned by a gaslight. Tho Chief, without interrogating him fur ther, locked h'.ru up for the night. In tho dag:ierreotyiie of Katzky , sent from New N'ork, ho was represented aa clothed in a military cap aud coat. Monday morning Chief Couzins had Tiebor brought into h.s private room, detective Kagan and one or two otliors being preseut. We should h iv# stated, previous to this, that early Monday morning detective Ragaii, while in the calaboo e, had notiood Tiebor and his re- i somblanco toRat/ky, and mentioned the tna'tor to the Chief. Moon after Tieb ir waa b.ou^ht into tho presence of the Chief, the latter remarked that he wo ld make a pretty good looking foldier, aud with that | er&uaded him to don a soldier's ea;> aud overcoat. Tiebor complied, und th; rem uhlance whioh he then bore to Hatzky's picture -till more atiIking. Tiehor's indittoreico, and hi' ..ud che'-rful compliance with the various request i ft wore inadti of him, however, ,-erve 1 to puzzle the Chief ancLdetrotive Kagan,and raised doubta in their mind-: as to the Identity <>(" the prla ner. His stones, bowevor, wsre confilciinc. and wiion t,A'eii on Monday the cause of the scars on his wrin'.s, he replied that lliey had been caused by hot w.ite". Two or tliroe daguerreotypes were taken of him. ?>!! or which striking ly resemblud tho ono sjnt from N" jv. Yoik. ' Ou Tuosdiy ho was a win catechized, but. with no bot tor bucc-jM. I'artiea unacijuaiuied witu the arrest Were called iu to pat-' their judgment on the 1 semblance be tween the New York pic.ture and iho?e taken of Tiebor. In most instructs the re'vuibiaiice waa p, onouuo d quite perfect, Tti' N w York daguerre' ly, e wm [toorly exe cuted, liowover, and In snme of the minor particulars theru war, u dnl'erence between ttr? two picture- to as t<> leave room for doubt aa to whether 'liebor was really Kat/I;y. Nu.crsi eni'uem pnysiciani? wers aiso cn ieu lutofciato th? ct iS" Of the ecir* on Tiebor> lr.nd* :m t ? i lit*. Tbey were uoilen in at dmerent times. and neveraliy declaieii thai rca J rig wiiter hau caused the scar.-. 'lUe descrip tion of Ritaky s? ited t hat gunpo.. >r had burned hl~ iiauds and wriais, but tha pbys! !in* nusnimotwly de i lured tlrnt it explosive material aforesaid never ootid hive produced tlie pccuiiiir bears in quesiiou. The Chief then bejan to think ho bad got tbe wrong man. But he determined to miikn one more trial. On llednemluy morning he had Tiebor a?*in broufht into his private r?oiu. He questioned him al.nrpiy iu die presence of Otlicer Eagan,and IVber contra* J himself several times. Suddenly the Chief t imed 'ipoll Tlch >r with a pfotilUrlj nervous and feroclon* a?pe.-t, which he ha* the happy faculty ol'assuming when i?*uc*^ary, and lay ing h s luiud hea . i'y ujxu I He pi i?onei's shoulder, said ??Katzky, there's no rso iu your foclic,; mi any lunger; yd have ^ot to to to New York!" The momont ihe ume Kazky wan mentioned the prisoner gave n bidden at.irt, and. in a frightened m?u uer, udnntted that hi:- turn* nan Ilair.kjr, and fald he us- ready to go to Now York rui.i awajr. He ihen made a sort or mnfeiMioa, giving the h: t?ry of his con necUon with 1 eilner, bu' denied having killod hun. As l!at/ky speaks I ugli.'h with considerdifficulty Mr. Kargiu, the reporter of the Ctunil; w:?.' tailed men to take lii<t statement in writing. TV-siatcme t was writ tenant Herman, and a correct tnni'n'irn "fit in uiven below. Previous to givirijr this Kiateineni it, may be proper to give a Summary oi the 1-eilner murocr, at re ported In imMm Yerk pasem. ii ti.e-t repwtett appears that ?Igistaond helluer reached No t York !??t full, in the steamer P.nar.a, having )nt??-n parage at ll.imburk. While on tbe i'as'if,e lieauaO't ilie aoji a.nt auceof two sirtera?Alberiiua I'flaum and Mr*. Mirks? and w?* exceedingly iniiuiala with th in On arriving a'Viw York i t'lrer st.-<.p?<l at ill 1'ie-c <t ll-wae, where he made the eeapiaiD'aD c of Hat/.,y. . ud v. i h wbtm it? becauiie verf intimate and tn win m ha con fided much information re'etive to hiy private afl'-ir*. H wax ku</WLi that Keiluer had iu hia |ioeae#*iou at>'> .1 one hutidred thousand dollar* >n d.aun.id bveies c>u Filterable money. Smm after hfa arriva' at the rr<*tolt House Mrs, Marks wn *een to e u his wni a*!-' draw a ftilletio ?n<l ihreaten to i.lll him, bec.rike ef h:? ciimi r.al iuiei'a. i>c with be.- ai.-tf r ,vir. :11a dot iu. tlie voyage. M" a'.Mwcd h?r w:^?tl>y prr-e ting h?r with * large sum of iikih-v and alif w-r-.t ??av lie con(i'le<i thi-! titatter to Ka>/.i:y, an'l I'e ?ttei al?el liiin to t-ke a privkle boarding li ? seat K'ookiwi. Vo. s Car roll plac. iiiif I'elluc u*s f ud??? u ? * ?' In went away fium the Pivcott M ** in compKor with Var i-y. It was aN'-erta ned tint he rutnalned at tbe priva-.e ing lio'tHi iu Brooitlynlwo dajs, but fina.Iy want aw^y iu comnnnr with Katac/,and neO ni 'min'. hi* \\? fn'jnri at A?>plgate's Ii.?'inp. xnbb? I in nineteen i -rp. rear by was a UnndLe'iUn-i wi'h thr name i f Albertina I'fauui ob it. Albertina and her i-i'ter were an ? 1-4, b'it riat'/ky could not he toMLij. Snb.-a(;ueully A.L<-cti .* i ommltied aulcida. Mrs. Ilarkk ?l*" iiiAdc an attSTpt to !<ill herrelf, but prevented. Wliai became of the diani'ml* i? ? in)-te; v. There is nat litile u ubi ..'ial l'.atzk.v cr-iiUuilted the lit ,t'd?r,and ii il ] .'>re thai. ic'.ibA Ms that h" bs* 1- r'e?l the dunt' Oi's. He has bren in >fl?s<n'ri sio'? Ian I'e"iiit-er. some of the time lit *. Ji 'Ui?. Hir ' itnt'c ?ioo 1^ diKouoerted, and woi.ld se?in to plainly iutfieate him guilty of tbe murdsr. It ?at> taken veiba'iln irutu hi-. lo ',t man and t?,e lol lowing ?? oi rr. ct t-ans nfli n:? M> real name .? Iprrnt* liat/k> ; I ws* born iu Kaub. PriMrts, in !<?,I; I left hmnt in iS?Q,andmrrivel ... S'm York in Oct tierofihi' >eir ??4 liegan j^ddhrg Yautree notions, mii*lli:Dg ia that eity four or tive munth- In November, 1*01, 1 neii' to nn*?V!)n ami woi?e?! in a lewder fa etory, a'd there hitrBt! n y ari" le. uii is j.i<?,i c of gun|iow '..i. I a t ted wi.h Kslinsr thief Java a 'tsr h r arrival in >^ew Yoik I was i-edit mg in Bi-otdway a; ti>e timo: Kellne.' n.?- m? and ntkcd me whe. e . ? au.e Iroji; henek'd Uit to |. f>tr to St O vf erer t'e irj\ . a <* ?? e when aiady ? attie out; I did so and received a"'Vii|ar i< r my trouble; in theevenii g t wrtt I i me and mentioned the ina<??! to i j mead*: 'he telt da< I MtfeM naM in Broadway n??r Atlantr ferry, lelieer iameal?nf in conii any wl'b tb<N yo mg lady wtion: I saw ihe da\ p-e vie,'?; he called me and aek?'t me to go with hnu auu the lady to Brooklyn; Tdid o; '-e wei.t tr> a i vrmau rer a i rant in that itj' and took w]> per arter whi h IVIIner want hi'iue with tlia >adv, and I ah>o want hotr.e. ne*( 'ay I wite atantlitig at my | Ia e cu Broadway. ai.il I ellner eame up to me in a great hurry,and told me oxcitoiti) that be had iteen hi* lady lt:at tr"; r log an<! (but i a had left bar without teiiug ber e n*re he<?asgO'ng thai be intended to dnmn b.mseif; I ni.->s .aded h n< fiom dmag so, and inquired what was the matter tie i .>1 me ue would nforui me II I wor.'d ac umnany kin t<> Hro- kiyo, as be did not like to tie mti in Sew York; he sa<d that be bsi. ktoppei with the lady wiib whom I hai> "een u nt, the nlgbt |ireeki h, and.M 1 fwoM ent afterward* ,a hi 1'reeoo't 1 louse; be fur'her told me ha had made p esenl* to I hi* younic lady in rega'. atyle ,n uunev as well as Jewel*; Le now for tbe Hr<^ time ga>e me bm name?9igi ill nd Feltaer?telling me tiiat be tane to America on aivouM oi quar rels With h;? o<rn wife?thai pre*:'-'* le his )e?vlng,lie converted his pri<|ierty iMe#n'oaey and iilamomls. I atked him wbat in a' h? had sp"kau wlih on Hriadwiy the daypraeious. lie told in* t wi? an igontettbe i.XiKtom iloilM, ttrlio had ae.^mniodatftd hun in relation to his dlaim odv. A* we a i reacbed the rirer. Kellner stor|ied and rei|iie**eti m# to go Imr-k to the rre ?x?tt l|o ?e and impure whether a ?"auger had arrived ih.U morning irom ibc Old ? u nity. I ti.d ?o, ate cine bark 10 h in end tnlu b m no at ranger had arr'i'd. i iiri w bvib wenthai k to she Pre ? ??it Ik'ute and look *i. er Miero. Alter supper be Invited me logo ith him on a visit to tlM slater of the yonng lady wl.o lived In a s reel inNewY'uk near t hathHm ^e ??? i i tbei- imih li ters w ere t horn*, lieoileiod lo n al;e me a p e?? ii* f a w.itcll atidchslo, v. In h lie llM g ? an to lliO /.?Ullg Inly for ?al'' kvej inr relurie i to tbe Pre-i Olf Kru.^e ab'' took dlf en sat r< u> !<? 'lie uU,'ii Hie '?ar*"f ei!i,j set e In New York were ea e<l by his ?ppich''i.r'nn f ht i ig iiuraued by In* own witi s brollm \ex nuri iug he told thn h tol icoep.-r ihi I be would Ii ? t >avi 'hs hotel. He paid hi1 h II and we went ov?r to Brooklyn, he (ak iik hii Iriin't a iini, With L in. ?o ?eut to the house where I w?. hviug 1 n?k"d my li-n tloid, Mr. Knnk, If he o>'ihl loard Kellner. II" replied In tbe all'.-mative,and l eilnui paid $5 In advaneefor on? e.-e^V ? bunrd. We took dinner, afior which ha o'^atiod Ills trunk, ebat.iO'i lila clothes, and he showed uiu sume Sfulacie* b?had and aiUeil me If t would li>e (o hive thani. He made me a present of n hreaetfnn. Tnwarda e> ?ning we went over to New York to nee tha slaters. On thn wav Kellner wenl into a utiire iu I bouglil ?one gentletueu's furnishing goods. A* Fellnei had uo nr>M>ay exeept in large bills I paid for tbrt itftio'es, aad thnu wa to k A carr'age and w'-nt up to tli? ladies' houaa. lb KUiern w?r# uirt at buuis, but we remained nil the/ MUM. l uring his conversation with tbe young lady(Alber tin* Ffltt'im) K?llo?r uomuaenood weepin ?, Shortly afsr ten c i lock that m,,ht t ulluer and 1 took a carriage and went down to the Brooklyn ferry. The l>o;it waa not la, an I we lm<l to wait, l ellner aeimrol to be very mnali e ctoil. When the bo it cnmn we wont aboard, I going into tii? cabin and i'ellnei staying outside. He-talked Is himself m Knglfeth, and the only words I could under Hand werr, "I bball not be more long." He oame int* th? cabin where 1 was, and after ttiu boat started went oitag.iin, I remaining in th* cabin. Before the boot landed on the Hrouklyn side 1 looked round for him, baft could uotsee him. I called bis came loudly, but ooaM get no answer. I ran Into Atlantic atreei and called his uame again. Then, thinking that perhapi he bad take* s carriage, I ran as quickly aa possible to ooi houae, but he wiki not there. I told my landlord everything that bad hap[*n*d. My landlord said be believed he bat drowneU himself. For my part, 1 thought before the baal started he Lad jumped back and gone to New Tork far th" puriiose of seeing tbe girls. The next day 1 remain ed at home. Then I thought ha had gone to California with Albert ina. The next day Mrs. Spencer, who lived In the hoass with Funk, showed me a newspaper or that morning, Is whleh there was a statement that a body had been (mm on which thore was a snutf box. Mr*. Hpancer hadaeiB such a box ae was described in th* hands or I'eltner, aad was of the firm belief that it wax Fetlner's body. Sh* asked me to go t* Albertina right away. The ladies were astonished to a*e me coming with a Strang* lady ao early in th* morning. I told Albertlaa not te get scared?that I had something to tell bar. I ahowed her the paper, and she read the pafier r*f*rriag to th* body, and immediately grew pale and faint. He* sister came out of th* next room and inquired what was the matter. Albertina was so excited she c*'ild hardly speak. I Inquired then if they had not seen Fellner Mm day previous, telling Albert ina how 1 had missed hfcs. She replied that she had not seen him. Mrs. Anna? said she would go and g*e the police and identify th* body. Albertina's sister spoke with Mrs. S., and ao did Albertina. They wished to prevent her from going. They mad* her a present of a shawl. 1 then told Albertina t latKe I ier had Informed me that I e md sho hsd lived togotber n* man and wife in lbs hotel, an-t that he said ha had mad > lior presents Micii as a king would make to a <iueei. bha ropiied tliat siio hail only received a watch and chain and a ring, and that he had pressed her to rcceivo even these, or otherwise aba would not have taken them; 1 then told the ladiefl thai Keliuer's trunic w?s in my possession; Albertina's gists* Haul that "may be there is money in it, or a letter for as. and wo ought to look after it;" towards evening tbay aa went with me, except Albertina, who wus .sick, to Broofe lyu; we opened the trunk ond investigated its oonUats; Mrs. Marks took ut of it a srusll prayer book, and ths tiu .k wus then lucked; 1 accompanied the ladies to ths dxir;a man with black whiskers wasstaudii g near ths gate, with whom 1 had s '*u the ladies la company oa a previous occasion; ho representod he was there ixcoldest ally: afterwards thoy went back to Now York; Mrs. Marks had requested Mrs. Spencer lo see her the nasi day, that sho might give her some mousy Mrs. Spanaar wont there, and Mrs. Marks gave her $2: Mrs. Spensss aiked for more, but < oul I not get it; Mr*. Marks said aha would pawn a watch and give her sotue more the next rtav; Mrs Spencer wont over the nest day with her hus band, and be subsequently showed two bank notes of SM francs e ich, which his wife had received that day; I showed tbe watch I received from Kollner to a jeweller, ami he Kaiii it was worth $14 or $16. The next day 1 weal directly to Baltimore, ami from there I o uiie to St. Ijouia; being oul oi' money, I was compel led to sell the watch Is Baltimore. Thf Annual Convention of the KatiauK Typographical Union. The Annual Convention of ih'< National Typographical I nion was held yesterday in tlio Chamber of theCom iii ..n Council, City Hull, President Farquhar in the abalr. The commit toe appointed to examine and report upoa ere lontial* reported that the representatives from th* following cities wore outitied to fccats in the Union;?? Philadelphia, Albany, New York, 8t. I,ouw; Bo-ton, Bar. rUlmrg, Kocbc. ter, Chicago, Detroit,San Francisco, Pl*> vider.ee. Grand lt.ipids, Cleveland and Syracuse. In cotioe<|ticn('e or the troubles and excitement which existed lust year about the timo at which the annual s.-)>sion of the Union thould have been hidden, it waa d*> c ded that there should be no conv cntion, wtiiob waa Uw cause of thw non-payment of the duoa or the diftereaa Unions throughout tho country for 1861. Quite a leaf and spirited debate took place ail to whether the oapltal tax tor 1861 should be remitted and that for 1862 paid. The nMcttioi. was put to a vote ami carried atflmulivaljr4 by 23 to 6. Mm Conventi. n then adjourned to meet to-day, far th* puri>oje of eie-.-t tog officers for the present year. City Intelligence. Citv Pontai. Yai iLrttt*.?Tlie practical advantagea ef the recently promulgated l'ost Oil ice regulation*, inauga. rateU by our nsw aud efficient Poslmu.icr, consist la Uw fact tliat all letters hereafter received during tha day, up to seven o'clock 1*. M., at the Cedar street offioe, tar the up town population, will be forwarded immediately to the central up town Post Ofllce, atation G, at tit luiiction of Sixtii avenue and Broadway. Fcr example, if n written request to that effect is sent by the latareat e<l parties 10 the rily Postmaster, they will bedelivered till hsU'-psst nine to tho evening; so that letters by tke afternoon mails from tho North, South, West and torn*, and also from tea, will now come to hand, through that channel, some twelve or sixteen hour* aooner than for merly, If es'led for at the delivery window of that sta lloa. 80 cf the lateral up town stations. It is taly re ?fia: y for thoae up town inhabitants who desire te proiit b>* this economy ot rime in the delivery of letters ihrotign these channels to fn>iic*te their I:, anting to the Cedar street P**?t Ottico. In this way the up town population will get 'b-iir letters by the af ternoon mails soouer by aouie iwolve or fourteen houra thin letter l>\ the same mail* cxn be delivered to th* in..sirs.-* community down town on the following mont> ing. Iliii is a decided m?,gress in our still very defea ts e city postal FyH?m. Tx.'nsiiiox o? Oik IUrbok Ds'ivcas ky tsr Govm. no*.?Governor Morgnn, accornpnmed by General Arthur, Ha'.l, ca: dfv r >'4 Ambon, Colonel Bliss, Goloaal Loomis and ether i>artlM, inspected the different farts la New York harbor yesterday, and was received by afl the garrisons n^;fc tl>? nMomary military honors befit ting his lank. His visit was official, being the first ta ejiee.tkm he has made of our harbor defences siuoe hia < l' \ at-i'-n to the post, of Major General. lhe steamer Gea. loiien tv ? used b} the Governor for tuo excursion. A Saw l"ii:t Ana uk ink Armi.-tA new patent br loading rifle has juat been brought out, and, for its periorlty, the government his already ordered thomimd to be made, it is called "Ballard's Patent," the lock b? -c arranged as to drop by means of* lever ami simplicity of me'bsnlsm, the barrels Ungof the Quest steal and rifled n t'ia in it manner; the ra|)iC;fy i ? i<?d!tig. the grerri. penetration in sheet iu; , and the tact that it ?an h? left loaded without iajury ?ay length or time, g w it a wonderful a.) vant.ige over all ethers. A U:ft uuinker has already been received for tfcr i< my by Merwin A <;rey. 'J62 Broadway. Knur rrvi> O' c't ir <tivrii Rn;t're\r X. T. 8. The tot <>n ing rutne have lieen received and illsburaed by Ru n .ri' fH.nrwan. Tr*a?urer of the fund in aid of th* n.i'uw- end crj.uin' of the regiment since March 8, ISM, wb* 'he la'i fei*.it was made:? Balance i >i hniid March ? W4 "t'rkii?'./ Sia?,' cwfh 19 lota! lHsbt.r* <t <>.t' * March 8. Faif i-ee ' i l.si d May I | s^tef*. C. P. PAI.Y,Chsirmai R!.h*w? O'Gorva*, Treasurer an i Secretary. Wmt i- las M..inr. wna ths (Jrr Clock 1?For last few night* the City Hall clock has been dark I obscure, te tne great ii cenven ence of the dowa er<mnmaity. The dialt have not been Illuminated aa usitsl with f?s. reot'le desire to know whether this la d .? to tl.s m I oC the City Hell keeper, or thereeaM of a< me acri'ter t. t s>ia*t I'asw.?At s meeting of tho Bosrd of Commie, sionerecf toe Csr.trsi 1'srlc, held on ihursday last, tfea follow,i.g iiatrmi ? fttceis were elected for the enealag \?ar ?T:. M. nht.liffd, I fl., 1'refldeut: Uet.rv fl. Steb b iik, F?n., V,ee Tre' deiit ; Andrew Ifc Green, Esq., Tien ?rer TheinasC. Fields,?*<(.,gecreiary rata. R ;ia"in Av j?ixt ?On Saturday morning, Kay 8. ?s eng>ne Vn. !? of the i roton falls train, Harleas Ratlicad, was ru.olcg d?wu the track for the purpoaa fumi.ag up, the ei^ Lscr, Mr. Albert Partrldga/dl? C vered a eaiail cLiic ? n the track a few roes ahead of ibe ai.gtue ?;? lWinftdi?cely reversed tho engine, bat co d re step I'i'tll the forward troek hsd run over lilaa, c?ti t a f the head clear from the body. He says, had tha trark beer. dry. he crfrt lisre stop' ed; but as it wss wet the wheela s! d en the trae4i. He mi.ht be blsmed hy tutii* i. he ?? bo: acted as a very careful, itrletly lempera'e atd kird hsaricrt m*e. i Police Iiittlllg<M<?. Ci tni.r <i? IWrsc rocxTsn sir Moki:t.?VMM Ktohard on wee tsken Into '-us ody by pollcemsn Patlar ?on,if the Sixteenth precinct, on cbsrge of passing m va?n a frit |n bill on the IhomaJton Bank of Maine, a* theprrcr y ptore < f Harnv n Hunkin, So. 160 ^eveatk srenue, )u payment rcr s )x>urd of sugsr When broogM before Justloe Kelly, at the .'etlerson MarkatI'ollce Court iherrjfor r stated thst he wa< at the New Howery theatre (.tithe evening the bi!l is said to have been j ar-ed. ant. c" ildeasily ?r<>\e an al hi. The magietrats !iiU t ?' *itt' h mm b importance to his statem nt, how <ie aut' eummlitc i hlti t > prison. .lol'm I's'.lin wss I'lO'ight l?"ti/re.i'isticeRteorsoncharfa ?r b.?vire i ?'-< J fitnils vom>t?rfrits at Nos. Wi au l 339 (Ki U>i" / , asd niter a Issigtby examleition be wsaoow mltted '? rri?c VtaAii.so ii)?8r>nAl J.t-.re* 1 *<v - The m.iglstrataa at tha various poli :a courts were buay yesterdsy in dia poslr.g of the Sunday liquet eases, la some instaocea, where the leatlm ny ?ss conll ctiug. th? juillces ex porietn ed coi-sideiabl" trouble in arriving at a decistoa, bnt in the muio; tiy of the cases no defence wdi ofTered, and tha accused were l.-UI to bsll. Justice Keilr die ne*e?; ?( twsnty cases and Justice SUers about a dosea. tt iheTom>H thaofr nders csms principally from the Firth ward, where Csptaln l'etty eoutiu ss to eaferea the lew as rigidly as ev?r.

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