Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 1, 1867, Page 8

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 1, 1867 Page 8
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t HE CO URTS. . MOT IB ITOTP MMP COURT. MmIm for 1 ajnnelten? B u rn >?? Flnld Cm*. Before Ju dge 9m alley. v*. Anttumy J. Bhmker ami Hor tmdanta la this cam art but nominally no? a IMMMBt being the real defendant- Thin la aa Han to met rain the defend ante?on* an a?ear or of the |ktk district and the other collector in the nmr .. no staking any assessment for tea against the plain r?r complainant, ae a distiller of spirits or oa burning id to be dietllled by him under a lieoaae, and anting any aiwuanianl made before the filing j bill, and in reatralniag the oolloctor from proceed fag to aufurce the payment of any of aaid aaaoaameat if -foe earn* baa been transmitted to aim from the assessor, am a tax on distilled spirits, on the allegation or pretence that aaid burniag tlu-d it dietilled spirits, and from levy lag or tafeiag possession of or ia any manner interfering -with any of eoraplainaat'a property under any su< h allaged pretence. The motion for injunction waa supported by Messrs Ball aad Pottenhoefer, who contended that the,'plaintiff aid not produce dwnlled spirits, but an article known in -oomauirce aa boru.ag fluid, and that if the Court did not ?eetraln defendants, as prayed for, they will suffer irremediable loan. The motion and the points of law on winch it la baaed was very elaborately argued, and the ruling of Judge Cadwallader. of Philadelphia, who issued oa Injunction in a somewhat similar case, referred to as entitling the plaintiffs to the Injunction cow sought. Ihe Duditot Attorney (Mr. Courtney), for the govern ment, replied, and co unaided that if, as alleged by Urn seven owofRcore, la whirb thoy were sustained by all tha rireiiansaaauna and aurroundiogs of the case, the article wbtah the complainant manufactured waa n atty distilled apttlfaL ho baa no cause of complaint us la at the defendants Oa the contrary, the officers Insist that It ia distilled spinw which complainant maaafastutee, aad not baremg fluid. The qumtinir thus taaaoapoaa m*tt?r?f fact wlii h, the District Attorney continued, eugbt tg be referred to' a jury, uad pot set aside by an injunction. Tnke the decision of Judge Cadwallader. which, he wt. waa a most remarkable de ?Moa, m granting aa injunction in the case referral to. Mean la that the point he raised In tha caae waa insisted upon by tbo Judge, that the complainant* m .?t come into court and prove before a jury that the manufac ture claimed to be burs >ng fluid wge really so, and not distilled spirits. Be was prepared to go to trial ou the point tbat the mnr.afacture of the complainant claim, d fa bo homing fluid w*? in fact the. manufacture of dis tilled spirits, and liable to be taxed ae such. Mr. Oourt aey referred at great length to the legal autboriiiea >u support ol bis argument against the motion. J id go flmalley took the papers aad briafa of counsel and re served his decision. . 4 i ? UNITED STATES COWWiSSlCWER S CCLM. (lharir ?( I^TTinx "Blirk Nlnil." Before Comn. sefouer Butts. Jlinen B Freeniau. an Inspector of Internal Ilevcnve, and Juvrt Miller were up a^ain yesterday, chargol wilh having levied ? Meek mail" to the amount of SI AO from Henry Bcdeiouui, keeper of k feeil?tore ia Harlem Mi Heu,mu.n Ki.'iitnan Phelps appear ml in behalf of the giver uiritnt to conduct the prosecution, and Mr. Jutiu Stodge s-g was tor tbe defendant*. The evidence for the prosecution lias cloned, and tbe ?aaialnatiou wax adjuurued from tbe last bearing till yes terday to enable Mr. Seywick to make a motion to ills mmm tbe complaint Tbe learned outxcl now made tW nu4bn. and contended that inasmuch aa Budelman at tbe i.ioe he jiaid the money did not suppose Frecuian m> be a revenue otfii-er. Freeman conld rot be held under tbe chary* of having reoened money given with an iu lei.t to i of! nonce hie decision, as an oflrer of the gov ernment Mr. Sedgwick argued tbir point at mime laagtti. Mr. Itieipe, 'n reply, contended that ttte offline* con neted m ei'ber giving or receiving money with tbe lu teal that tbe officer's decision should bo Influenced hv it, uad thai, as tbe evidence clearly showed that a utility iuteut ear ted, both in tbe minds of Freeman and Mil ler, tbey could not claim to be discharged because Bud etaaun'e intent was innocent toaniiiMsiuner Belts observed tbal upon n preliminary examination the qnostiou was whether there was prob able cause to believe that en offence had been com mitted. In Mils case be via boned to say. under tbe evident e, that there was probable cause, add be there fore decl.ned to dieinics the complaint Oa the application or co inset for the dnendrat* the further bearing of tbe case wan post pooe<l till Tuesday ~eat, ui enat )e Uitm to produce lesimony for the de AHtgrd Frauds lu ike To burn* Trade. Before t'omui moiiei Osbcrn. The further bearing of the charge against Roes .V Co., tebai.--oniste, of Futtou sirce', of baviug rendered raise aad fraudulent return* of iheir sake end manufacture* te the government, was resumed before Commissioner Outoora. Mr. Joseph Bell appeared for tbe government, and Mr. Charles Donoboe lor the defendants. 4 witness named Packard was recalled He produced a memorandum book containing memoranda of all Uie tobacco thai passed through bis hands while in the en ptoyiuent of tbe defendants, wbcli was during the entire time they were in butiu-er. Hi* duty was to weigh and case all the tobacco llmt came in; and it ap peared from the memorandum book, by f.miing it. no, that there I* a difference of 400.000 the between the amouot eased bv Packard and the amount of tobao-o wtiicii appears liy the defendanta' books to have beoti ?ihchared by thein. The government have rested their rate; and Mr Psno kot. for the defendants, made n motion to dismiss tbe uomplaint on the ground tbat tbe defendants could uot be held liable for return* >u ned by an ind vidua! m in ner of the firm. Mr Bet', on tbe other band, argued that the defend aau>, .iipl- r yu*,h a of facts, weie iuble. aud pre dnued an opinion. delivered by Judge Field, in New ?letter. to gosiain luui in tb's view. The < ommiaetoner did not express anv opinion on tne , pouit. but adjourned the case till ii< \t week, wlt?n he will g vejudvmeni upon lbs question raised by co inasi fer the defendant*. * ho rev of Fore ins Pension I'sprr*. l.eciue Brown was charged witb ettcmppug lo obtain thapeB'ion of Barney Gallagher. on |iapers alleged to have i-ceo forged, Gallagher was examined in support ?f the charge. He teat I lied that be went to Brown A* <io'x i thee, and left two di-charge* with them for tbe purpuee or getting bis pension. He saw and talked with Mr Brown himself, and there, in the presence of two witnesses, signed Hie claim. All tbe pup r> he left with tbe delendtnt were Ins discharge* and the claim, ft ?pt eared fr?un tbe evidence of Mr. I.eech. of lb* Pen?ion < ttic?, tbat Brown A l o. sent io that department, iu sup port of the claim of Barney Gallagtu r, a surgeou'a certi ficate of disability, and al?o a captain's certificate to the aains effect The case on tbe part ?*t the government is trnt th"*e MfTn ore forgeries, and wsre never signed ty 'ial'agher. The further bearing of the m* waa adjourned tilt Thunsiay aetk SUMftl COUNT?SPECIAL TERM. S eolMaiae* ml Jedgsieat-Wko I on .Apply lo ?sot Thorn Aside. he*or* Judge Barnard. ttmrtimiol- en. Jwsi ?In this case the (ietendaiii had evofssssd judgment to the plaintiff, the Recorder of Jersey City, for the cum of $7, V.7, and wr.der the exe n tioa tbe Bheriff hod realrred about (6.000. An applica tion nod beoo mode by Chiflin A t'o. and mher cri-dl'or* te reel rain the Rberiff from puymg over tbe proceeds of the sole to the plaintiff, upon alleged (rand In obtaining tbe reefosalea. Edwin .Isme* moved lo vacale tbe order on tbe ground that a simple contract creditor couId oei be heard to impeach an execut.on, and decision* were cited in rapport of the proposition. Judge Barnard, afier situ men t. vacated tbe f-rder end decided that the plaintiff, as execution creditor, was entitled to rsceli e the proceed* of the aide. COUNT Of SPECIAL SESSIONS. Before Judges Dowltog and Kelly, But twenty-nine case* were on theialenriar lor trial tadbip ooort yesterday momirg. None nf them w<-re oi any general importance and were disposed of by the Citing .native* in a few hours. They were as fot ? - ? k'sien for polM larceny; thirteen, assault and battery, one, croelty to animals: two, misdemeanors; one, fatse token; one, notation >r tbe health law and One rDepended from last sitting. < V MOOKLYN LAW COURTS. lulled wiBtc# t ?wHiiMioncr's ('wort. Before Coninua-ioner Newton. I niW M. Wat. M-irroy ?This oaae, which has neon on trial for tome time past, was again resumed yeotarday before tomowaaioner Newton, when iwo wltoeapee were examined on tbe port of the defonce tieorge W. Kvereit uwuited tbat be was employed by Oolewel Wood aa wat< hman over tbe defendant's distil lery o* the 4tb ef Deretnber, which was immediately oT.er the seiaore; received directiona from Mr. Ilaily at Abe time awd bed charge of tbe place for about tweet v flee daye; witness nwetveil dire<tion? to the sflect that tie was to allow Mr Marmy to run off the ihree?p>arter hrgnneml of moAseeos under fermenutinst. but that tt woe to rmnsdn tn the charge ef the government ? he 'n formed CHinsI Weod theS there srevv two hogsheed* iff MIM? feuding and tbns it wuuM he w?t| n run Ahem off also, go* permmom to 4< and during tno prarnm wan nwted by bai Miggtne. who mode the remark "tbns the sum - wee running the tSUll might put me ia and rau me isut" Wilnem wee afterwards removed aad aauebcr lnlhlN place a* woo kmaa ??i ?fieaao tmti<ed that during fl^MI of 53SA5S &**TLSXZZ Z. ^TMii- i n-m- RoH fee German (y? *? tWHtenNimi 1 BMMAiW ?e tern mwehd ?M mtMhg %hp te a mew wamnd fterbat ?? W "' He?e Sad mill q? liquor to Heche or M7 oik Or man. Tha di .'intoni there..pot. d.?ct,-ir,e.l. Before Commissioner Jonea. in action ?u breuyht ap In Una oonrt yesterday, be fore CoMRtuaioDor Jones, t|liM Frederick Herr, who is charged with defrauding the y?rmni of tbf taxw d JO on molasses, m which article ho to o wholooolo dealer. Several witnesses were examined no to th.i bust new transaction* with the defendant two of .hni ???lined to their having bought n ,, Jamas Lynch. ? witness who related to mwwmtu^ question*, which the counsel for the defend.Jo ?red might tend to criralnote him. wM Inferno,! th!fh* woitM be committed for contempt*o^STni ?? fc Supreme ('?nn-qgerla| Term In the rum of Peter Duff re John McNotnee, Jam , Sheriff of Kmc county, which waa brought to recover damage* for the illegal aelxuro of omn.rt. ...,. .. plaintiff on e judgment against ~rt Tin _ia iH** return?i a verdictagamat^haUia ahertff Jury C??T CALEHBAH?THIS OAT. ?! *?, ?TSrS??s?.,,^fcM8e No* 104 ??. >?. POLICE DTTELLIGENCE. ihnxCT or a Fcomm ffortx Tatar.?Detective i ley. of the Third precinct, yesterday arrested Albion . "?'?'"bury, n man thirty-one yoara of age, on the charge of being e hotel thief. It ia charged that on Monday night Saulsbury entered the Rutaw Bourn in wJX'J!- i' "?'? ?230 i" (freenUck^a goW wi?!fr JKiw llCsldee a coat and rest. _T nnparty belonged to Abraham L, J&cotiaa a boarder in tbe hotel. Saulshory also Mole a valuable Slat The' J"bn B^artf' Proper of the te^ha iu1J?7?m5 ,n ? IbK^f beer aaloon m tne Howerv. at which time most of the stolen <mmt> tertfve0'?!,D hlV Er*!p *od ukPt? ?? oburae.^D? Motive Tllley "ubsequently took Saujsbnrv to I'ateiJJJ ?d*nrerod him over te the Kew JtSX'SS Canrw* or aw At.awccn Oorrmrwa Max?A few | days since William Henry fianotoy, a young man, ar rived in this oily m rout* to Ralvetiton, Text* He en gaged hie parage on board a ahip lying In tbe Rast river, and yesterday afternoon, while Ramsay was In mee-wilV ' H ???*tod him, and a'tor a few monienis conversation the latter said he wan nrio yoimr w?re then on board the ship : - Ramsav had utken passage. The -(ranger w'shed to /r^h*10 " n? h,n ror as he the .hi. oy pros-man for taking his baggage to nr2?tr W"' rhw,F" thi h'?. but being y?DUj noiintiNl lo.ii?ed Urn man fid Th* latter in Mam v started off on rootlying the money but was??" IPs monev"n**f' that0 fh" fop'tive and recovered' i'** . Ri?meDt ?? o??r came up aud arreted the -tranger and took bim to the Tombs where b!? rococoiand as Will am Hupleton, an alleged com fldeuce operator. Ax Ramsay could not remain to cme s-tapioton, Justice Hogau discharged bim from cud Atumm, RtthKzxrbmkst. ? Wwin Chapman, a young n.an formerly a clerk la the employ of Messrs." A. T. Stewart 4 Co.. wm, yesterday arrested by an officer of he Tombs Police Court, oa theVainjdaint of William H ber'laat'he thSl ?n Uie 7th d?* ?r dWlv^.,1 .t a?A .*p,l,,n * r*r?,et ftr"i tu ontit to be taooTuSt '.reenwirh street, with instructions ^toetSd ihS w .?r. lbn bi"' W Chapman cone, tea Ito money, hut Instead of returnins the same to Ins employers, as eliirgisl, felnnioualy eopierrlod and ??i same to his own use. The accused was held for examination before Justice Hog.m. Oxt-xt.TT ro AxrwiM -Andrew Jordan was arrested at the Instance ofau officer of the Fourth precinct, on thfc charge of driving a horve attached to a wagon, the home beiuy totally unfit ror service, hlg right hind leg swollen, besides ivhkh ho had ? /urge iaws^sx fayrr- sdr^s? Smjoot CaAR.in Acsivst a Broaowat M.c.uaxt ? lit. Wm. r.intblcdm, a merchant fiiilo; d.cng hueiness nt IM Broadway and residing at -?4 lin i i iitvOfrb 'irrt ran yesterday nrreated by an afflcer of the lotros Police ?? -asa ara the houeekeeK* j^.a'j. "polT ?u*0 ^ w.mXVi'T,^ IZm aSS' ^We ^ T.lnthi menfs U hll . ?"n \od !*ueee<lcd to his own ap?r - "itSited th^t he^Tl Jos' loe Hogan Mr. Luthlcum i7o ..ir?, Ue <riu in Umma'a room, but alievas tliat SSftMalgW* H" <Jeno..HeeS the Kuas tkxhWisnLM!? Tears(VutnaivtsA< tss -Hry ? Aug.ito Klein, alias tlhilsriiti, Srhaeider. the -pa ks-e 1 dodge- ywfndhr. Ml axonnt of who-,, pubhrhpil i? ycder.-av's Ift sAU., was hreught hefo.e Justice Hugiiu. a- .be Toml.s, where the purl ?ho ha,. i'L'""1 lo ,0,|>'e r?nio!o'iitr. the .4th nit. the ,ic u-od called ai (tie . i \i Clowons, ,h'!7 Slvii jifonij0, niid HGlwteil a ??i, nearfr Vittn'Wt "T .icwelis-.", ?|0ci ul nearly $ion, wtisrli u> rs iils. ca In a box arc i.-.i |i?. As the merchant' ; back w;-s turned .'..r ... m,,." mont Hie ii removed the box of (. wel* an i -ni. i.i ,< i in Its ptecc auothrr box of almost, precise]-, similar so ntutrancc, containing bit* cf old iron or about the nm* ? ht wh!c.tl contained the watch, Ac He then ert the store, and the swiudfe not li^overcd i.d Mein hi. -Kceeded ,o making his eS-ape The lollo.y n/xfternpontheprisonur obtained . , fTl (Vom a clerk in the store of Vr. rS sJ >4 Ohathaui street, under siinilir c iciim-uu - <?? j- r t -e"'\ im h?n'i d",u'" *??"* plnjcd U|mn Mr. Wtliiat,, L.i L Hudson -it. of, to the tnne oi ? CO|.i rilI f?" H"b ? caeringe. aSril, u ail Jn ? few moments after Kioiu |,U | icir ills note Mr. Irl'r. Ui-covered ibe fraud, aud p n-i- n? ti,e twtndler m-cf took him and rc-cued hi.' properic Klein lnilrh fr ; htcnad. and offered Mr. Frtt/.o Clijo to let r e". J'"1 "I tl"*' dodg.- be failed. On the three Jbarg.ut ol grsn i larrcuv preferred ?g.?,n-t hle..i Hog in co'u.ni.tied huu t . the Tombs for uUi i|,. ... twenty-live ye.r* ?-?#-. nn,: a native oi t.ertnsny Klein who !? n su-t ielon* l.s.kin , indnidnsl, wee ii wig t loH#iif drjiwn Oof n nwr Inv hji<1 in ca,.i III s. P'Ttiap-, render ng his tnfntinmi'OD um ortaiu u Bmitovxar La a.-William M. BUmdg.md, a lad ro.irieot. yeai# of age. w?- arrnlgaed Imfora Justice | oduiih -e>. ""'ay *"barg d with the iheri of hindkercl,., fr and kid 11 Edward Todd, of \*o ?>"! Eighth avenue Bteo.lg.KVl jdmitlcd t.Kiog a pottlon'or 5SKT3T'-""""" ,or ^imTCt or llTrnxixc i> At/ysnm Foss.an Onnta ? tv iter Mm. gan. ag.d fifteen, and Heennt N, Fan they too ag.s; ?!x. trcn, were .-nmioitted yesterday by Ju tlce Mi.iiyffold m 11,000 to answer u> the . hargr of uttering an alleged loryed onler or letter dated Jat.uarv 10, purpurt'Od I. have been written by H. V. figier, Jr.. for H V .ifiTler No*. 8f> and 01 Mercer street, a.ldrecsed t . s.'hulf ,C Bra maaoracturaro of gold aad silver tear reque-ting tbe delivery to bear, r or six pack- of silver leaf and ten I MM)!,* of gold leaf, staling thai it wa-wan;-d nnine. ditUljr to be pticfciHl with an order for New orl?iin" uiil tbi^foMow n Mme won'rt ^ P?" c? P^cn.ari'm a i* "?*?'? , SoH?s,?? ?order genali,.. ^chullr delivered the leaf to leather,Ion. in., preset,.?r o'.i'?? k* *? <1o oe *** rj,|""d np?n by an offi. or of the tenth pre< oct tnd informed 'h*; he /the #WIl^er) had arrwtod Morgan s ;tk some gold Iml m K ws.2 ?ion under suep|c|ou? ein-<im.<iancML Inquiry being ihu' ?uctesteil. Mr. Brhullx w,. f?r,w infotmM by the a leaC-l drawcrifi 4|er, ol the order thai it xsas i fo?gerv *nd had not been wrfien or autborl/ed it, bo written by ME TIG OF THE IT1ET CliMtWC CfliM SSIOMRS A. a m*etitin of t'.e street Cla?" i. CmiBib'WMfi, held yesterday?present, the Mnyot o k son halts anil Richard O'tlornian-the folluv .>e rvrolutl.n* were adopted, on motion of hie Honor Hi- Man*:? Kesoked, That Mr .1 anion R. Win' ug, the contractor for ctoaiiinK ibe rtroe.a, be requested to report to thle 1 nmtiilwinn whether any |.etv>nH are employed by bim at the reque-t ol any of the i <?roim?MOiier*, and, if an, the name* of the employ.* and the name of tbe com missioner who ha? n-yiimd their appointment, and whether at.ch appointment* embarrass him in the prose cution of his work , also whether any influence, itollthal or otherwise, has been bronght to boar npon him In rela tion to the appointment of hie employ.'*, at any time, sending ?? embarraae him in tbe prosecution of hie work. Resolved, That ae kI contractor be requested to inform thi? oommi?"oor whether any per?ott other than himself lias an interest In tbe eoutraci. direc t or indirect, and If so. whom. Resolved, Thsl raid contractor be requeste<l to Mate whether the Ftolire Ocperuneui renders to hi mall proper and Itwfnl sid In carryiu* out the provision* i>f hi* coa tract, and If not, In what particular that department la Is 10 mis tain him. Or. motion of hi* Honor, I he Mason, tbe fallowing r*sahition wen slue adopted Resolved, That though, In the jod anient of that com mieneo. the ton tree tor for cleaning the streets ban, to moat particulate, doM all that i-oald be done to carry mil hi* contract, eousiderinc tho ueuauoiategTee of cold and depth of Mwssr, vol baring raited to deb* doty in t eeptng tbe crceswalks clear on red"bed by hta contract, tbe question at paving the sold monthly payments ba r-etponed, and a copy 0/ this weolultow Iw luraiabed the roetraetar. rn? Cetnm.mioa thea odlouruad. SAllS If REAL CSTATI. Tl,? lulls* ins ?ates of real estate were made yeateulav by Jsmee M Milter - No. if syru.a sc. s a corner Mltahoth,bourn <wd lot, IM?? w ?17,W| Ho M Rprina *t house ?,,<! t?a. Hd ll.dM He. I* f ? sabeth si. bouse aad lot, l?*M tlsM AM Hi? Idf Busabetb si. k'u*e and 1st, iSTxBt. lltbd,.... ?7hi Me iM gjigrtsM st reuse ana lit, ijSSt nUf?.J ?.?? BOARD OF CODacnJEBH. of ( ???tU?M by the Board? The Flret Hwindlo- ApMitani et aa Ae eletaet Hereeael-at-Araee. Thw Beard met yesterday afternoon?Mr Bpnkraan, the President, it the chair. The lobby war densely crowded, end ? number of city oAeiala sad ex-membem of the Board were admitted within the bar. The Presi dent, at the appointed how, called the Board to order, whea the Clerk proceeded to cad the rolL About four teen members answered, hat the eeata of the disaffected ones were vacant While the Reader waa reading the minutes of the previous meeting, a rash was made by the belligerents Into the chamber, two or three of them vociferating, "I mora the naspeanloa of the rending rf | the mi do tea" The excited manner of the legislators suggested the possibility that they were being pursued by wild bears, but if that were the case the anhnsls did not reach the precincts of the chamber. The rending of the minutes being finished, Hr O'Brien offered a resolution In favor of the Board appointing the subjoined Standing Committees Instead of tho*e appoint ed by the President, and damnadnd the ayes and nays upon it:? Artt and Stiencm? Messrs. Daly, O'Brisn and 8. Rob erta Ametment*?Messrs H. Murray, Cregisr aad Reilly. Bullion Ptxrfmrnl?Messrs. Daly, Ksnnoy, Reilly. & Roberta and Webber. Crotnn Aqueduct Department?Messrs. Hartman, Long and Terbuno. Ikmatirm*?Messrs Hartman, Gil store and Culktn. Finance? Means. Btaoom, Hart and Gihnore. Lamp* and Gai?Meesra. Lone, Culkln and McHearny. Land* and Placet? Messrs. Belly, Daly and Soger. Tjom Department? Messrs. Webber end Beger. Market*?Messrs Culkta, O'Brien and Gllmore. National Attain---Menem Iamb, Long, H. Murray, Tbomus and W. B. Roberta. Rrndt?Woe*r? Hart. Calkin and 8. Roberta. Solarie*nnd oft"*? Messrs. Glbney, O'Brien and Ter hune. Sewer*?Messrs. Oulkln, Gibney nnd Turner. Street*?Messrs. O'Brien, Reilly and MrNeaniv. S*r c' Ofyfiiing*?Mcwrn H. Murrey, Kenney and Mc Rearny. Wiutrvn, Pier* and Slip*? Messrs. Kenney. Culkiu, Reilly, Gllmore and Cregier. Join' Committee on Ain.jntt? Memrf. Glbney, Lamb nnd Webber. Mr. Hknrv Mrmuv (who was not present at the last meeting of the Board) explained bis vote, and in so doing aalegtaed the democwMe party. He ticoght that It would be eetiibliKhing a bad precedent, to depart, from the cuetora of Cnnp'se and all legislative bodies, by talcing the power of appointing tbe committees out of tbe hands of the/President. Tlie customs of tbo demo cratic party should be observed, and be asked to be ex cused from voting. Before betook his seat Mr. filacom approached him, Hr. Hartman meantime occupying tbe attention of the Board. The necessary light hav ing been given, Mr. Murray withdrew his objections amid tbe ap plause of the lobby, and voted In the affirmative. Mr. f-'rsrmcx Rohicrts, la explaining his vote, said that he considered that the introduction of this resolution was nothing but ? threat, oud he would vote to sustain the President If tbe power of appointing committees were taken out of his hands, the Board could make a change every week if the proposed precedent were es tablished. Mr Gllmore changed his rate before tbe result was announced. Mr. O'Brien's resolution was adopted by a vote of 16 to H. Among tbe general orders adopted was a resolution Appointing nn assistant sergeant-at-arms for the Board, atasalarvof $1,200 per annum. While the vote waa hcinc called. Mr. W. B. Roberts observed that he did not see the need of the additional officer. Mr CiijtoKR (to whom tbe greet ?'democratic party" awarded positions on Ave committees) said something about not wanting to deprive an old men of the place, and voted in favor of the resolution, which was adopted. Tbts lathe first swindle passed by the Board, fbr It is well known that the sergeant-at-arms has nothing to do but to recline In hi" comfortable chair during tbe pro ceedings, and as the belligerent members hare resolved to let "by-gones be by-gones," the main reason which conld lie assigned for the appointment of aa assistant sergeant-at-arms falls to tbe ground. o<>von* son tbs first cavalrt muoxpr. A resolution was adopted granting a stand of colon fo the Fin' brigade of cavalry, VaMoc.d Guard. A resolution was adopted directing the clerk to far nish the members of tbe Board with badges, inkstands, stationery, and all other con venlonces and requisites, to suable them to discharge their official duties during the jcar. The Board tdlourned till Monday at fbur P. M. BOARS OF SUKRVSIOftt The Board at Supervisors had a meeting <m the ?iilt i>f December (Ml. In the official minute* of that meet - Intr is a record stating that $19,878 was appropriated and ordered to be paid to lnaentoll, Watson * da for fnrei lure for the new county Court House. The strange feature ahoot this if, that, it did not pass the Beard in en audible manner, but war entered upon the minutes as a part of the proceeding*. Store then the bill bee bo-n paid at the Comptroller's offlca by the ex-Comp tr?nlor. Tip to this time not a door of the new county Court House hns been finished; nock less la any portion of the building prepared for the vecewtioo <>f fur niture : nor lias any fcrn-'ur* been put into the bolldiug. Tliore ws*. it appears, i?i in.ition tun'le for an iojiinrtioe Ki prevent the payment of this b'll, but before it wae gtsme-j Hie money *n< p?'d. Tt is also stated that about tivo months airo the funii'ore tn question wm- ordered hy the Board of Supervisors for the new Court House, and the eontracpim hnrrlod tip with the work with the understanding that ihey should lie paid when the furuiti.ro was finished. This condition Ivung complied with the money war accordingly paid in the manner a'Htre described; and tbe reason of all this was Hist the Boant of Supervisors desired to create toe impression tt Albany that tin- tmlldinr is neeriy flnislied in order that the appropriations inserted in the i.ar. levy tor ils completion would be fully allow -l one! an oonor ,unity afforded for ha- ng them repeated u*xt year, riiedc are understood to be the tacts in this ma'ier.' THE SECOND AVENUE ARSON CASE. Kearrrst of John hunt- His (omnitiiiil to Prison M it hour Hull. It will be reci-llcr.ied ibn< on the night of ilir 12tb of l> c?tiil?er last a tire occurred tn the tenement hou^e swiied by .lolin Kane, .it N'o. M8 Second avenuo. corner ?f Thirty-first street, from wliicb caUiultj lire of the o- cup'ote of said promises were horned to death. tin tbe oenolnaloa of the inquest hold hy t'onui?t- (hirer. John Kane end his b.-irkseiwr. (i-orge A. >"ioalirin, were held on tbe charge ef arson, Kane snheefueutly wae admitted to lmil by the t'oren'r in the swm of TiYbOO. Rheahan was committed to the Tombs. since which time be ha." remolded in BrieO*. On M.wuiav last t ire Marshal Raker discovered -omc new evidence in tho cane <>f ? very Important character. Tin.-- evidence was a' nnre sob ml lied to Mr. Disti let At torney Hall, wh? gave orders Tor a bench warrant to be M-uiod for the arrest of John Kane. This warrant w.ut hooded to Captain Wilson, of the Twenty-flret precinct, and ye-itcnh>v John Katie was taken into custody and brought before th-> Court of General "t"Filon?, and, hy the order of Judge Ku<*el, waa committed to prtem, the Judge declining to admit him to bafL b is viid thl-> new evidence is very eonciuelre. acd will lie the tneaiu of bringing ihe nutty parties to tndg- ? menh NEW JERSEY INTELLIGENCE. ,lcr??i I'llr. Jbrionvro* ihk Htnrrirusv RaiMtrtAB. The parsenger train of tin- Northern Kailroed d*? In J-rtey City at ten o'clock vcterday forenoon ran off the track in the ne.ghlxwbond of AHatrton's aiutlon bv the breaking of ? rail. The cars were all thrown otr, dragging with them the tender of Mir U>. -motive; but ue pa.--w<-rieer was injured. lmutasHR t?? Jrwit-a Boh-lkt.?Toe Judiciary t'om tnittee ot 'he -.until v on Wednesday afternoon re ported .a resolution re - -m mend, rig tlia impeachment of .lu-ttuc Henley, af tbi-citr. which ??? adopted. Hrraen. Tt r t'aeKio ku.wign l-wsuMtKmn.- The Mamiuatton of Mmcktnann and w .'lt'-rville. who were mrr-i'-d on Sunday on suspicion of arson, took place yeateiday afternoon hefore Just. Ite'.lly. hut the evidence v-ainit Hie accused wi- not sufficient 10 warrnnt their detention, and they were accordingly discharged. Hudson I'llv. Tnr tiaaso Jci:* Dt?? **?o*n.?Jutkv Bedle staled to the Grand Jury yesterday that ha had de-iired to see theni In regard to the flagrant violations of the Sunday and l.iquor law* Ho thought the laws of the State In regard to these ma-tern shon'd be enforced. Having aa. deistood, bowecer, that they had considered these sub Jacts, he would discharge them for the term. Newarki Savrag Arnnswr.w-The wife of Mr. Jamea Parrel I, living in Hunterdon street, while walking up Bank street, on Wednesday night, slipped upon the Ice on tbe pavement and fell upon the r tone*. upon being removed to a neighboring residence, and medical aid ?timmoned, it waa found that one of her leg* was broken, between the ankle and knee Joint, and her bead severely injured. F.assx COUOTI Coram?In the Quarter Sessions vae tarday John I.nta was convicted on a charge of stealing cloth from a store in Springfield avenue, m ware tbe following, on the charge* mimedBridget Hlery, assault and batmry; Mary Beyer, four Indictments. lanreny; John Mullen, assault and battery. The of! ease of Pare m ore * Meeker against t harle* L. Jones m still engaging tbe attention of the Supreme mart. ' Ornagr. Dkul run* Brass.?Mary A Maioney, tbe servant girt who was sevrrely twined by tb* explosion of a kero sene kunp at Orange, a few wneki since, an areasnt et which appeared in the Hiraio at the tune, died fresatbo ~ of the I mew-wi efforts of tho bnrnson Wednesday right, She expe rienced grant petn from the time of the a<\ Mont np to her death. Trenton. NosrsATTos* sv (tevnuma W?nn.?Oovarner Ward yeeterdny sent Into tb# Resale the following newttna ?-one---Charles P. Rmlth for Oerk of the SupremeOonrt, Alfred MRls for Pros* utor of Morris county and Charts* M. Herbert for Proeecutor of Middlesex. Mr. Smith had held the position of Olark of the buprera* Court for the

pest ten years fandss. Ceavjcnth ?On >uade? Mates ? count waa given m MM of a plat to extort amy Am a respectable cluaen of Comdex named Chart* K Hodman. The par Um ooaeorned in tlM eoMptraey?John Maddux and wife?have ttinee been ooaviclea of the crime in the Camden County Court. the excise law. Twelve Applicntlone far Permits Granted Yaw twrdety?One Handrad and Tweetvmee Mara Naaeae Presented ta the President af the Ex rise Board aa Dellnqaeate. dfce. The bwinees at the exctae office continues dull, enly twelv* application* having been granted yesterday. The Board of Excise waa unable to meet yesterday afternoon, owing to the absence of Commissioner Bergen, hat Superintendent Kennedy presented the nomas of the following licensed liquor dealers who have, it la alleged, violated their licenses, praying that the licenses of all be revolted, and that ninety-seven be proceeded against in n civil auit for the recovery of the penalty of $40:? Michael breedy, 63 Spring street; Jobn Fisher, 19$ avenue C; Martin Boll, 55 Bayard street; Martin Meln tiery, 40 Oliver street: Edmund Bodlne. 28 Sixth ave nue; Joseph BL Ijewis, 129 Bleecker street; Henry .Gar bede, $10 Bull!van street; John Hay, 79 Jam* street: William P. Wall, 92 James street ; Bernard Flanagan, 199 Chatham street; Jobn Farley, 177 < hatham street; Thomas Reynolds, 120 Roosevelt street; Patrick Gordon, 38 Cherry street; Jamas Kearney, 62 West Broadway; Henry Duhme, 223 Church street; Anna M. Flood, 441 Washington street; Michael Monuean, 379 Washington street; Charles Smith, 67 Bayard; James Cam obeli, 82 Centre street; George P. Word'on, 28 Bowery; John Mas terson, 90 Fourth avenue-'William Garrard, Be Soto, 71 Bleecker street; Peter Quirk, 80 Third avenue; Jobn Etna. 84 Mast Fourteenth street; Francis J. Harwaxen, 528 Pearl street- George Kepler. 475 Pearl street (two charges!; Felix J. (VNTeil, No. 8 Chambers street: James Kioe, 29 Centre street; Thomas Thompson, 138 Chatham street; John H Dee, 200 Madison street; Jacob Stein brink, 89 Earl Broadway; Robert Herbert, 193 Division street; Van Dyke A Hnllorun, 10 East Broadway; James Willerdi.-k, 41 Thompson street; Gem-go W. Holt, 489 Broadway; Edward M. Brady, 626 Broadway: llartin Atihouse, 188 Spring street; J>> -derick Lei?, 68 Macdou gal s*ree;; William Nelson, 36 Forsyth street; Christian Rick, 104 Orchard atreot; Ernst E. Meyer, 138 Canal street; John H. I'rebu, 276 Broome street; Michael Struck, 'M nivlslou street: John Wlntx, 66 Chrystie street; Jos. J. r* bullets, 10 Stanton street; Bernard f'asridy, 197 avenue C; Wni. <1 Farrell, Third avenue and "llJth street; Goo. W. King, Third avenue and 12Stb street; Michael Couch, 387 Grand street; Patrick McArdle. 311 Monroe street ; H>rton P. Ryder, 474 Grand street; Mtchoe] B. Lynch, 406 Broome street; John T. Lesu-r, 534 Broadwav; Stephen Kram, 226 Grand street- Jobn Mulholland, 122 Mott. street; Robert K. Grmre. 57 East Houston street; Michael Smith, 182 Hosier street; Jo?. Weberle, 151 Seventh avenue; Jon Lewis, 129 Bleecker street; Harmon Koetnitx, 131 Bleecker street; Nicholas Kennedy, 244 Tenth avenoo; Francis Heldet, 184 Seventh avenue; John Btruben, 21 Fifth street; Benj. Haun, 27 First avenue: Jobu Winters, 172 avenue A, (two charges*; Francis Hoylan. 361 Tenth aveuue; John Tewurs, 367 Greenwich street; Henry Kuhlke, 288 Sixth avenue; Thoa Esra. 512 Sixth avenue; Alex. Holman, Na 7 Elizabeth atreet; Geo. Graham, 248 Henry street; Tboa. Lynch, 286 H-nrv street; Herman Bronx. 315'i Bowery; Mrs. Reilly, 226 First avenue; Km. Padian, 313 First avenue; Gustav Schunian, 266 Fulton street; Anna Eboliing, 190 West street; John Smith. 310 West street; Philip Roller, 203 East Forty-sixth street: Geo C. Hennings, 84 Jackson street; Frederick Huner. No. 8 Suflolkstreet; Mathia* Lewis, 186 Division street; Win. Miller, First avenue and Fifty-third Rtreet; Geo. Ezeltns, 193 Riving too street; Christian Sohwarts, First avenue, between Forty-sixth and Forty-Mventh streets; Freder ick Aufenanger, 802 Greenwich street; August Zanzig, 168 East Forty-ninth street; August bchluter, 1,003 Second ?venue; John A. Browning, 51 Tompkins ntreet; John C. Blsncke, 268 Broome street; Wm. Hartkope, 363 Biringtoh street; Rasper Diltman, 218 First avenue; Enter Osterbold, 19 Third avenue; Augusta Vanderhide, 166 East Forty-ifth street; Hy Boss, 764 Third avenue; Peter Riebl, 696 Third avenue; Christian Bcboott, 736 Third avenue; Christian Koebne, 791 Third avenue; Martin Fchmedes, 328 Tenth avenue; Henry Moblman, 329 WeatTwenty-ninth street; Jacob Eodrie, 213 Court street, Brooklyn. VIOLATING THE li*. Aaron Ben rod, of No. 676). Broadway, and Frederick Kallet. of Na 12 Morns street, were yesterday arrested lor violating the Excise law and token before Jnstice Hogan, who held them to ball in $100 each t? answer bators the Court of General Memiona. At Jefferson Market Police Govt RaffhelUt Biagottl, ef No. 114 Third avenue, and Edwin Hill, of Na 029 Broad way, were arraigned before Jhatiea Led with, charged with disposing <" liquor withe at a Tloense, and bald to bail to answer in $800 eeoh. At the Essex Market Police Court Dtderieh Ottuladi, Na N Broome street; Sum Henry, Na M ttdge street, as it John Cegan, Na 197" First avenue, were arraigned on a charge of violating the Excise law and held ta A M00EI FERRY BUT. Tlte WrrhHwkm Ferry t'lmpujp Before the Gru4 JTary ef llutl-en Cwntp. M. J. OiW One Boat ITeed?The Gentlemen's Cabia Vm4 as a Ha* Pen?The I .amies' Cabin Turned turn a ttasklnf Hoom and aa Ob eeene Picture Gnllery, Are. The Grand Jury of tbe Court of Oyer and Terminer of Hudson county, N. J., have reently taken cognizance of tbe fact (fiat the Wtehewken ferry la very budiy managed, and. aa (he following document will show, it it perhaps the greatm-l imposition of the kind in the ? nuniry. It baa tunc been a ?ubje -t of complaint to a'l persons who were obliged to u* it, and til is action of the Grand Jury j will doubtless have the ef.'eci ?! brnging about a lefortenMon. *i neo>' ov?:r im> jbmi.'PI;:, .iam'art >vrv, is<W. Tbe Grsrd -lur.** of the oounty of Ilod-on would re spectfully represent that their attention has b.-ea railed to the past and present taanaserr.eiil of ibe ferry, con dnetaJI In the V'cohawken Kerry Company in this county. ta? -aid <orry Is used by very many of the citi/oti? in the northerly part o( the county, who pass from thai -< ? tmn to the city of New York, and return therobv. Wc ivave **ceri?iii?d tha' the want ofarcom lnodaiIon to tbepamenghSB thereon soow- a total disre gard or the mod company to the ordinary comfort of the pawongers, as also to the moral seasHtdHlee of tbe travelling public, I no company 1MB 0 Single boat t?r the transportation of both passengers and freight, and such hiwo h roprooeutcd to us to he unsafe lor Mich pur ?pesos; her timber being old and rotten, aud her ma chinery. eitli r bv iohmib of its age or by reason of want of skill or hnd babit" on the port of Itie engineers of the company, lieiog frequently out of order, aud creatine lYiglit and alarms on the part of tbe pMaeiiger& licit It has ho. ii and still Is tbe common practice of the said company, lo ??auro hugs and shoop U> be driven into the place na said boat, colled by the company "the gentlemen's cabin," and in said cabins to be .ransnorted to the city of Nfw York, to the disgust nod discomfort or such of llie pa."enerr< ?? d?-!r? to be sheltered in said place, called "the gentlemen's cabin." nnd that Mid cabin ii washed out no oftcnot than once id eaoh week. Thai the apartment on -ah) boat, called he the very respectable title of ?? ladies' cahin.'' Is used bv men white In the enjoyment of tobacco in smoking and chew ing, and conseipirtitly -tpe tors'lnv over the boons, r. u derlng such apartment an unlit temporary habitation tor men of cienubnesa, to say nothing of the other sex, whose sensibilities are more delicate and acute. That, in addition to the want of cleanliness in the raid de partment known as '? the ladies' cabin," as hereinbe lore shown, the *hh1 apartment is re:>tveenied to us to be unfit lor the reception of the more delicate sea in this: ? That the roof of the Mid apartment has apertures therein sufficient to render it tmpoeeible for wom-m or men lo obtain a dry seat when, rain (te-cenda. or in lact to permit the pa*fairer* 10 remain dry. That on tlin inside of the lades cabin may be found ob scene and loathsome writings and disgusting caricatures of themselves, sufficient to deter the respectable women of the county from entering such an abode if it were possible for ihetu lo find another expeditious mode of transportation. In fine, that the negligence of Hie com puny as well as the active hnd manairrmeut of the ferry, stamps it with all the incidents ot a pubi.o nuisance, which in case the same is not remedied should be i.baled. Do the end, therefore, that the said company should have'notice that the fiticntlon of the public au thorities ha* been called to the premises, we desire that the foregoing paper may be recorded by order of the court, a copy of tha same served on tbe president or other head officer of the corporation, and also published Id two of the newspapers of this county. All wliicn is respectfully submitted. C. V. TRATHAOKN, Foreman Stoi' rf -V*ic Jrrt'i, Hurirm rom/y. I, George W. Oasaedy, clerk of Hudson county aforesaid and clerk of the Court of Oyer and Terminer, hulden th 'rein, do here by certify thai the foregoing n a true and correct copy of s certain present moot, as tbe Mme la filed in my office under date of 2ftth January, A. I)., 1067. In witness whereof J have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said court and county this Hist dar of January, X D . IMi GEO. W. CASS EOT, Clerk. THE PRIZE RIM. George Rooks, of Providence, and Charlea Collins, alias The Caal Iron Man, of ibis city, (who are both KngUahmen. by the way, and related to noted English pugilist*!, were matched on Tuasday last to fight in tan weeks for 11,000, according to the new rule* of the English ring. Tbe fight will take place within one hundred and eighty miles of New York. Tbe best fea ture in the new rale* la the compelling of tbe eeronda ef each man to leave the ring as soon as time is called, aad not allowing them to enter tbe ring agaia until tha round la over. The following are the rules ? Kui.pT. That both men being ready, eaeh shall he ta dor.ted to thai side of tbe scratch neat hi* corner pretiottolv haatn : and the seconds tm Uw oae aide aad tha mea on tha other having shakea hands, the former shall tmmeffV stoty leave tbe ring and there remain until the round be ho .shed, on no prsSesite whatever approaching their priact pais 'taring the rounds without penwMiston of the refers* The peeeMp to be the 1eee ef the battle te the offending **Kera a. That ai the eendualee of thertwaad, wheheeew both ef thd naeu shall he down, the ecoends aad bet tie hold era Shan atep latn the rtng and carry or eonduet their prtn otpal to bis oorner, there affording Mm the neoeaaery aaelet ance. ard Uuit no person wkaierer be permitted to tetotfree t on the expiration ef thirty eecnade the el afaail rtU itme, upon whlr.h each meo ehi knee ofEts hotile bolder and walk to hie or Side of the eeratrh unaided, the seconds aad bottle holders Immediately tearing the ring. The ISlfc for either ef Ihem reuiafmnn eight seconds after the aail ef Mae to he the tone e* the battle to Maprindpeli end thai attber men failingto he^t^^ jcratc^rtUie dkpit aeeeUl aheSfie ? nor. ??!u i in thli dntr gi i.* t. That ptre appein ca rise from the THE DEMI-HORDE OF HEW VOIR, Mud Hal Hihm a* M?"If BNRlU?-A?kon Tl?'???? rl.,h Brokers. Dry V?*? Merehw?to Wmrn YkM Mow. *?>? . w Balls and enurtatnmanta wherota none but ^ of that peculiar clam of aoalety whlcha m^writer once baptized the 4*m+mmdt are allowed * ^ are of comparatively common eapltala, but la this city festive gathering! of that Ilk are Invested with all the charm of mrlty. ?oug ' no mean* the initial atoir of the kind, the monk* aolree given on Wednenday evening at k?ao?c Ball, In East Nineteenth atreet, waa aufflc ly novel to attract to that place of assembly ? T*^*r company, and when about two bourn bad depend aner the doom had been opened the hall waa weU tilled y festive party, comprising a mnioztty of the fair sex. the entranoo to the hall two Juvenile committee men. with coats adorned with blue rosettes, pored over a list purporting to bear the names of the select few to whom invitations had been Issued; while as If to prove, on to contrary, that discrimination in the matter was who y out of order, a third representative of the society, stand lag at the right of the Argus-eyed Inspectors, was busily engaged in disposing of tickets to anybody and every body who chanced to be in poeeeamon of ihe requisite three dollars. Having purchased his equare of cardboard the visitor climbed a flight of stairs, and haviDg nnder gone the scrutiny ef a second pair of Car ben, whose eves inquired Into the excellency of the habiliments of the ticket holder, though their llpe asked no questions as to their moral status in ths community, stepped within the HmHR of tbo ball room, l.ghted a pun* wkb gas jets and Mesial mas' smites, a. i .nT anectator oftbesrene felt inclined to be aoa fvtfci anT^ into comparisons between tbe van aim riasoee ?filsssl si mi flit represented that evening . uasonic Hall, we doubt not but that the fathering wouldbave afforded bin. abundant opportunity* for the air line* which separate each sect of the ^.Inmeration known u.-' the social evil from tbe other. The Irish* racy of ricS.Tf sri'tocracy there be ... a por kvaus'-s recognition, females, whose existence from gK3g??^.?S5 opulence 'f ,h'e gla8e are representative fulness ol the ks ga'boiid up tn ' b?<r?"? behind s3=?lcSSr, SST6A-1 FSXTJZtSTteK rsthw rnorc boistero'is then that of tbe gentler sex. was ?2= ?ass? vsfirsg rsss. ETsasrassrssJtarss SS?!l. b?r? searching investigation, and aleo a cnh.^. orSug"din?'nSion*, juvenile a? Lria rlrt-ks Wall street brokers of that class wn<?? kl as.f rssssr-fSSw?- & *>?? SsS?ts.*4 SffiiK saSi.igs? M?{pgag? ?.r.-"?SrShl wpfoA.i4tllta.or *om< # SRSX aTwiSSir ?4 y, r"r"in.it xtzxzESZs: the ed orsef M a dito^ wnrtmujw^ ' TerT little diet* ?< *h* "Sj^.^jJdd'pTayod no feature of Interest. SsSSfSSsSaaasKS ImuS .fH-T, ^tiHiir fSSSm-1 SSStlrtt SSU. ju.'?y|? ji rrSSaSs *ij lAAirin "ti\\ miuDicht th0 guest* WCt!lW^ CODtiDttll Harleq.1!^ no irnumgat ^ g ^ rMChwd ,llft scene TJZonZ* ??? "row and, madly plunging Into 5L cu^ntof pleasure, .ought *c%5 cornet sounded.^and, "the at its being removed, a few minute. Pro .ght the festive to ^e wnsblewton or i hat iH.rilon oi tin programme wbich expre-sed supper in tbe printed ine? Oh! 1 m *o hungry. Tlie ? rami line of march *u 'hen taken up and the X wom ^m He"- f^cuwrs. Film of four snd tiwl of HK w-re subsequently formed, the gauzy dr-sse* ^'d g" t..-.ng spangiee gleamtng w.th mc lu^w nader the Se.m or the globed lummariak g nericn cd in the vre^arr.tton of the ed hies, J?l?en, at a sound of the fkor manager's commanding votes, the nfnoons wers dlwrtnnped. I ke columns '? ? dtzzi bat whirled amuud la tbe circles of a melodious wlu/ T' . .nnrch rs" .h'n reformed, a.d one by one the smtliiu face* unmarked, went out ond.-r thosbsdt.w , of H o unfolded dot.rv, wn'.fe the nicly turned ankles glimmered away froTn s.gh. with a light, fantm.ii. mu V?A choice supper >e?* soon sfter nndergo'.ng the pr0"*"* or critical dis. n-sion. while pleasantries^ Miuivocal naiute ware bandied acmes the table, and wonls or love were softly whispered This interesting rtt ibe soiree hav'iig been brought U> * close, tbe i^ped r mptes once more proceeded to tha; ballroom, where ilan.ing was resumed until the band s Home, swo^t How" tuggvftM, if it rtni nof id*lc, ih*i do ir? M" abode to the satisfaction of all early hour of tbe morn earr'age* rolled fiff la.len wKb tbe revellers, snd ihe masked bad of lb* <*'?' ? ataman end. 1?!?1? JTKIT RAIUQAP NUISiNUS Trt Mill Itri'fOK OP TIVK MPCW.U. Nbw Yon*, Jan. W. 1A6V Wr would heg |f?tf toask whether, rnllrond* rau do Just ?- they please with our streota and aide walk* ? lite Avenue (I arid Rmh street Railroad Company have one track through F?ex street, a hieb livery narrow. In r.learinir the (ra< k the employe* of the road have piled the enow iti huge banks upon the sidewalk*. Now when a thaw comer the snow melt*, and the water run* Into the basement* or the bouses on either side the street. Several ta rson*. to obviate a recurrence of eu<hi s stale of thing* too often, went to work a few days ago and threw the mow back Into the street, and were arrested for their peine and taken before Justice Shandley, who sided with the Hail road Company, and told the persona apprehended that If they couldn't gel rid of the snow anv other war they might take It Into their hone* Aralo, whenever a unow dorm occur* we are ordered by the police to throw the snow into the street off the aide walk*, l or obeying the police we are arrested and fined hy order of the Company, and if we disobey the police we are of course arreted all the same. Now what are we to do end-r tbe?e peonliar circumstances * iIEORGE dChUTY. CRICK 7.I.VFK, WM. CAR. -A. A. RMtiW'N. RATIONAL FIHAWCES. Tit THr. RIIITOH OP TBI BIRAuD. Various cipcdent* are constantly suggested to hasten s return to specie payment*, bat In my oploion the true snd'obnou* way ta, so far aa 1 have ecen. quite o\ erlooked. 1 be measure of value at present Is a currency which, compared with the standard* of other countries, is worth about ssventy-flyo rents on the dollar. This develops tb* fact that we only need about three-quarters of tbe present amount of currency to transact tbe business of the country, Take these facte, in connection with tbe ether one, that oar bonds In Europe are worth nearly seventy-five rents on the dollar, Use our carrenry, and we ahall see an immediate way oat ot our financial dim cully. Let an act of Congress be Mused making our i lagtf teadc * currency a legal tender for only seventy-five cents on the dollar In pay am nt of obligations con tract ad aflat a fined data, remaining a lagal lander at |U face for obligations Incurred before that date. It meg ha said that this savor* of repudiation- to srhtah I rapLy, hotter repudiate a* anaa and have aa and of li than te keep oa repudiating, as the government does ovary time it nays out a note which la only worth eeeewty five oaata oa tha dollar. pear art la ha tha dally vtottma of it through tha coming *st of currency traoMbe needed. A dollar la gold would guy Joel at much m it win bow, sad so ?MM a dollar la grwaabacka We need net fear dMI the government wou'd he vn ?He te meat tbe demands upoa it for geM, as tha has ?N ??? ?*" ? tha Twenty ? ?ld mats thaw ?ft; (be nrndH proceee wow mm ?? ooiTwet ^UmML OtheT^^J ^^^^^^^^?Btoall prices wnM mMbm to to ??^????mhuU pficti VMM flViWMiH e^^Jd la pwliiolB, and So change wM to gtoM ^?i am41*1 qto< nmoor. Tto national ton* mixed tti specie tumor. dnrrency wwaU of ooum mm to par with ptotott IU1 withdrawn or exchanged for a new currency, peyaW? i tagou. jeffbsy urbXh m PUBLIC SCHOOL! OF HEV TOIL lto BUI Now Bo lore the LtoWatew to Ckaaaw Their Maaacewoat? Hweeplaw Chaapoo Haaaooted-The Preoeal Byatone to ho Entirely Abolished-Coaaltotatn to ho Appelated by tho Ooreraar aad Woaofi too. A bill la bow before the Legislature, thd pwheet of which, If enacted, will change the eatira management of the public schools of thia city. By this bill the preaent Board of Education la abolished, aa are aleo the inspectors and the twenty-two ward boards of tratoaea In the place of all thane officers, a oomaataaiOD el eevea members la established, styled the Metropolitan Board of Public Instruction, with full power to manage the schools, and appotnbell the necessary teachers and other employee, and generally to perform such acta aad make such expenditures aa they shall deem necessary for the schools The members of this commission are to hold office for eight years, are to be nominated by (be Gov ernor of the State. and ere to receive e salary of to,Odd per annum. The change la sweeping. It remotes from office * body of man, many of whom are freah from the people, end very many of them citlaena ef the tint standing lw the community; It takes away from tho peopB all wtoda in the management of the schools for wbleh they pay ae liberally aisd cheerfully; and it amnmea thai eerea men, selected in the manner proposed, will manage with greater purity, efficiency and economy theee great la terals which for twenty years hare been cared fbr by the present system, modi lied end improved after wcooea a v e periods or trial. When any class of men seeks so radical a change a* this there ought to be grave reason* for each an inter ference. The interests of Common Schools ought not to be disturbed for slight or sordid reasons. They touch deeply every number or the community. With them everv other interest is more or less closely linked?the family, the church, the market, the courts of law, lbs Tery purity and ex.stence or the government itself. It is this cause of free education thus Intimately connected with the popular welfare, and arrested for party par poses midway in its career, that now stands before the bar of public opinion and asks to be heard in its defence. ITS PAST HISTOUT. The beginning of common school instruction in thie city reaches back inlu the history or the Public School Society. As early as tbe year 1805 De Witt Clinton, with such men as Brockbolta Mtidvm?b, Hubert Bowne, Archi bald Grade, Leonard Rleecker, Daniel D. Tompkins and twenty-one other well known citizens were incorporated as a society for "estaollshing a free school in tbe city of New York, for the education of such poor children as da not belong to, or are not provided for by any religious society." Tbe school organized under this act of Incorporation was essentially a school for the poor. But instruction aa a gratuity did not meet with fat or among thoaa it was la tended to reach. In spite of Uie self-denying labors of the incorporators themselves, and of tho catholic and libera) spirit with which the school was conducted; in spite of tbe deep interest that the rich and cultivated and philan thropic took in its success, tbe people hesitated to accept education given as alms. Tbe school was nto well at tended. In the year 1838 the name or the corporation wee changed from Free bchool aocr ty to Public ttcheoi Society, and tbe doors of tbe schools, which had been gradually increased in number, were thrown open to all; the poverty qualification was dropped and theme who could pay were permitted to do so. This was a tonas distinction quite as marked us the former feature, aad did not meet with greater popular favor. In the year 1829 tbe Legislature enacted that a tax for common schools in the ritv of New York should he raised on property, and the school svsiem became, from that time, to all clasps, generously free. Managed with singular judgment and economy, and String from year to year In popular favor, the system I Ita enemies. It was on one baud charged with anti Catliolic tendencies, in iu boo'ts and in ilatoachinca It was, on the other hand, veh mently denounced a* man aged by a body of men removed fr m and indupendaai of the people, who paid the taxes tor public education which the society controlled. In 1842 the Governor of the State was moved by She a* oitemeui which the contn>v?i.-:y l>od produced tu ufge upon the Legislature, in his annual mensagn. some change which should bring tbe school syiitosa nearer te tbe whole people. In this recommendation are found these op-meratos words ?-"1 submit, therefore, the expediency ef vesting in the people of the city ef New York what I am sore the people of no other part of Hie State would, upou any couudeiatlon, relinquish?tlie education of their chil dren. For this purpose it is only necessary to vest tho control of the' ommon Schools In a Board to be composed of Commissioner- elected by tbe people, wbleh Board shall apportion tbe -c.hooi moneys among ail the schools, including those now existing, which shall beer Clined and conducted iu corf u mity to Its general reg<> Kmnandthe laws of tbe .Staia, in proportion te lli* number of pupils i us true ted. It Is not left doabtfol, that tbe restoration to lbs Common Schools of the city ot thia simple aud equal feature of the Common Schools of the Piute would remove every complaint." In accordance with this recommendation, a bill passed tbe Legislature the some sea-Ion?1842?placing the management ol tbe school* utid<-r Commissioners, True ices and Inspectors elected hy the people, but allowing the Public School Society to retain control ef ita own reboot- aad to partic.pate in the public moneys. Thence forwird. for eleven years, free edecatioa moved in two separate channels?inn Public school **? eiety and the ward school sy*tem. Tbe movement was incongruous. It became plainer aud plainer tliat Iba two systems could not live trgcihor in the same com munity, and in 1853 the schools of the PubMr Kchool Society passed, by ionpent ot thai tiody itaelf, under the care of the Board*of Education aud tbe members or the society became merged m the Boaid of Education, or the local Boards. Tbe infusion of this new element was of groat value. The experience of a hotly of self-denying men, Identified for so long a lime with tbe sc'iool*. found a fitting plane in the new arraugf meni, which at uuce assumed a ?on. m.mdiug place. Tben followed a |>eriod of rrnduai consolidation aad adjustment. Prom time to lime modlfr-ation- were made In the law. Tbe flist difficulty that manifested ifelf wh* in the powers of the local bo?r<'< Much of their a-tinn was independent, separate aud contradictory?one an ef rules prevailed .u cue ward and another in the next ad jarent. The expenditure of money was unequal. The system of instruction was different as well astbeeub jerts taught. It woe necessary to harmonise these, and Una could only bo done by placing them under general reputations. This wv< accomplitoed by plaemg ail the local boards of trustees under reneral mice adopted to Che Beard of Education. Flowing wot of these naturally came systematic supervision?a general system of in struction and exiwnditure* within apportioned hmile After theee improvements had lawn mils there was gradually developed aa inequality of repmantauna m the Board of Bdneation Used. The lower birtww wards, with few schools aad a small number ef scholars were equally repre anted with the ward# that edaeatmt thousands of children. To remedy tow tho laa was panned n tbe shape that M uow -lauds. This ke known aa tbe law >rf 1844. This law divides the city fbr arbooi purpose* rute seven dtotricta and twenty-two ward*. These districts unite the wards en a* to divide the school population as equally aa poos ibis Each of lb see districts send* three Hommteaioner* to .the Board of Education, which is thu* composed of twentr one members The Commissioners hold office fur three years, one going out of office each year. Ou-third ef the Board?seven member**- in this manner goes bofore the people annually. By this law Hie local Board' of Trustees were redcoed from eight members to five?one member being elected annually ? and holding office for live yuan. The Inspectors were created with new and enlarged powers are iiiyreata-d to an equal number with tbe com win-toner*, ere io hold office tor the same time end rep resent corresponding districts; but in place ef being ciectod by the people are nominated by the Maror and eVcted by the Board of Education. It will thus to seen that the ay stem has been one of gradual and true growth; that it has, step by atep, ntted itaelf to ibe in creasing and standi I v developing wants of the-rbiiols; that it has been modified from lime io time so ?- to se em* unitv and conformity; and that the system is not a dead fungus, but a real, vital force and en energetic life. It is tbhi system elaborated with groat care, hardly yet In lull opt ration, and the beueitr al effects of whuh are already beginning to be felt, that the present bill before tbe legislature would sweep away. Certainly the sub ject should have a lull consideration. It is still to be said tbst, waiving tutirely the riiwt us sion of the general question of commissions; nay, even granting, lor the aske of argument, that when great cor ruptions under popular vote may have increaard. they may he proper, yet it,baa been shown that these cor ruptlons do not exist in tbe present case; tbat the sup port oi the school system by the people is an intelligent support; that they have repeatedly broken ewav from party ties te unite on proper men, and that to disregard all this by the passage oi eucti an act as la now be.ote t he Legislature, would be a moat grievous wrong No words csn more appropriately conclude what hs? been written than that meet weighty utterance of the Governor of Hie State, under whose recommendation tbe preeent school system was organized in 1842:? " 1 submit, therefore, the nxpedieuoy of veetluv >e the people of the city of New York whet I am sure tbe people of no other part of too Biate Would, upon any coarideratioa. relinquish?the education of their cbil dreo. ' WESTCHESTER COUNTY INTELLIGENCE. bomb* Pitti or a Pwibibiwt (man or Wow Pi aiM.?AJMot hair-part alaa o'clock yeotwday BMW log Mr. Jommpb T. WUta ?wJ1ru|y fall M is a fourth 4WW ?attroad oar. aw Thirtieth ami Mr. Milt* mm a raaidaat of White Pialaa. a lawyer by pfufeaeioa, awd aweb eeaeeancd ny all who know his. Iinou* <t way about forty-?*? yaai* of aye. ud laare* a wifa ?j?i fl wi Hun or Ma Lirwim IN. Mm i. ?Mr laarww W. Matt, oonrta of Mm (bandar of Matt JUrea, WaakWoatar county, died noddanly at bM wMaaca m Uwt rUMya an Wrdnmday morning taai Ha waa una of Mm maat aataamad moid or, u of tbit towa, *u about ai*tp-eoraa year* of aye, and learae a with and ranily. Maaoawi Danacrn m aa Oo.n aaaaa.?Oa tba 1Mb laataat It. W. 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