15 Mart 1848 Tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 1

15 Mart 1848 tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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r?< 1MWW?MK tWWMtnMNaWMPI TH ?rnil> fa M40 MEMOIUNDi UP POLITICS FOR 1848. The Mt ln^ntea t? th? Nntloual Uon v?ntloni?. UkMocRATic It tl'imorn. MuuJay, May 'i9. W..IM Puil.i-i-lj.hu, Wednesday, June 7, Niw York. Whig. Dtnocratic. [Barnburner*.] .1i large. Jlth-rg*. John B. Oadney. raiabrelenf, , , . Jamd Wllion. Diitricti. Pi?ft Willett, Mt?thora>Tompkiu, ... John A. Kemipdy, . . . Robert H. Maolay, ..." Wm. F. H?v?meyer, . . . Hainnal J. Tllden, . . . Kay Tompk na, . . . t ii>??m^ur Knmble, . . . Robot Deuoiiton, . . . Jona'o A. Oitrauder, . . John P. Beekman, .( ha J. Vlala, Nlokclaa Hill, Ctrnvlion P. Allen. A?o? Praaoott, Piatt Potter. WilltMM C. Cntt*, Praatoa Ktag. Alpbaaa S. Groono, War* Hunt. Lthu J. Walworth, OUTar C. Croaker, JibmW Nyo, William foliar, Tbomaa T. How*, John W. Wlonor, ... Ja??a C. Salth, . . , Hanry R. Hal Jan, , . . Jamaa 8. Wads worth, .., Martin &?orar, Wllllaaa H. Tow, John T. Uadaon, ,. , Jaaioa R. Doollttlo, ... (Iforga U. Stono. [Old Huakor*.] , , , F.aiaaaal B. Hart, , , , KJmand S. Drlgga. A. P ttr*nt, . , , John MoKaon, H. K. Smith. ... R. H. Boaghton, Kdwln Croawall. Kbouk Iilanb. ... Thoa.W. l)orr,(doollnei.) ... R. B. Thuraton, ... Dut?e J. Pa?roa, Orrla Wright. Yiruinia. Iwual H. Watts, n.. ?. mill, Wllilan H. Arahar, Rabert A Ilea, . V. Wl'ahar, V. "*V Seuthnll, Jeba Jann?jr, . . Mmtit Oarnatt, Jr. Htebard H. Toler, . . Hill Carter, K. P Hunter, . William S< ytaear, William B. Fraatoa, . . hot r. Johnstea, . . . Allea T. CipwtH, . Jm. M. 8t?pb*BMB, ... Cbulei W. ... w , ,, All the Whig delrfiM* ?re Taylor ?J?". "d * " probably v. to for him la Courenlirii Mtitum. .It lurff. . . . ICdward, Lloyd, William D Bowie. PcniffTLTANIA. At l*rge. ... W. MeCandleM, John W. Fornar, Ihitrith. Diitricti. Thmaaa IT,. Kranklin, Themaj MaCully, T. f. D?l?, JoLn O. Sharp, Hoary White." Joha Miller, John Lladtay, William Deal, -**ma*t White, J. I. Starigere, a ..I IV IV T *?.? Jaku U, Netiirwo, NI*r?J ItrUklftnd, Jtj King C. iMkan, ri.w???u(l ??laM| J. OUucy Jon.a, I,oth?r, . A. H R.^or, Kkorraan r> FkvljM. K. II ?al<ly, Alburt < haaktrlaln, ft?arg? y^oktrrov *aMnel WUacn, ? M Blddla, David p*.ie l)a?i?l tkaffar, John ./. P??r?ou, Jinn Graham, C. Dtrrak.* Jimi Btirn?. Willi.* right, A. .YlcKinmy, R O. CrtMhklt, D. Lynak. W. S. (.?r?ln, Jam** Tkompnoii, m urn ' ; . Al|lltui Irna. * Will rot* far Clay Ar?t. .. AUI1II4.' .ft large. [Tk? wkig mam- Jakn A Wlaiton, k*rt of tk* Willim> L Yuaeer. AilklU La- Unit ids. gUlaiara km T. ??odfo,d. nnaalmoiuly J. A. Stall wart b, uadaatad Oa- D Solomon, n?ral Taylor P A Wrn, for tk? Prad- A C Uordon, '" M'llN- 8 HydamlWt. al?.d that it A. J Saff-ld, l? iaasaadtaat C. M Jaekion, ta Mid dolt- Partor King, f*'" '# th" Sydankam Moors, Wkig Nation- S F J. Moor*, al I oaTcntion ] Prla* WUIiaao. WW. lie by, J. B. Maort, Fredariak Tata, Rakart Baott, M A King, William Aaklin, P H. Brittan, ^ W Bowdoa, It appeere the draecreta ef Alabaaa haeo appointed three delegate* freai c??h 4'oagreuioa.il district, while in other Miatae bet eee hu been appointed. 0me. PeUt Odlin.f Jtki CMkru, JmnM lell. t Inatiaeted to roto fwCorwin. Mioaiaair. large Jit large. Ckarlee P Babeoek, !). C. Wkltwond, loeepk B. WIUImm. Alox'r H KedSeld. Ihtlritit. Diilrialt Haanol Barete w, Auitin E Wing, Horace Mewer, Leandor Ckapman, E TV. Peek. Edw'd H. Thompson All the den. candidal'*are requeued to Tote Tor Ueo. Cut Kbntci'KT. -it Urgt. John A MeClunc j ... Judge Jae Camp bell. . . , thilritti. JmmI Haituif, ... . Willla* R (irlfflth, VJeorfe T Wrod, Littleton Beard, , , . lama* W Hays, .laelak A. Jaekeon. . , . Robert Mallerjr, . ., Jamee Harlan. . . . John B oaiton, .. . enj K Bodingor. . . , J A Taylor Baa. NeatH Canoi.ina. jit large. John M Morekead, lokn Kerr. .. , VIIHMT, jti '?'_/? Melomon reota, TLomaa Bariletl, Jr Horace Everett. . . , Unit" l>. A P I.ymaa, Hampden f'utU, , , , H. M II "JOe. Portal Barton. . ,. e' Im* mm .Ml l..v j* It ufitu ( Barjtmla K HiilUlt, Witllaai 1? B?t??. ? W Cfcapln. DittritH. B. V. Butlar, ... R. K. WhltaKar, . , . l??ae David. Niw HAMrtmiK. large. Anthony Cfllhy, loh*i'"4 Aoodntin, Diitriiti Diitricli C. W < atlar, John R. Btaala. n. w N?x?itb, . A. P. ugh??. . . . Jonathaa Klttrldff* . CoitnacTirvT. Jllli rge jltUrgt. Cha? W. Rockwvlt, l??ao Touo?y, Trumaa Mmltk. Hamutl lagfcaui Diitrictt. IMilncit. John R Brockway, Jamofl T Pratt, J?Maa K Bahnork. C. A lnf?r*?>ll, John C Trninknll, J C. Hci'.Uinl, Nilion L Whlta Parry Smith. All tht whit: drlrgatai nrr thorough Clay man. Tl?a Prealilvatial Bltrlan. KLBCTIO*. Tt'KillATf HO*. 7. ViaamiA. WA/*. Taylor. Loeufntn. Ra H Whl'fUM, ... J. ft Mil 1MB, OfO W Bolliaj. ... F E Rl?a?, Ma?ry P Irrlag, ... Hy I. H..pkln?, JM K I rring, ... J Oarland. W* Murtlo. ... A II. Mmanil.', Wra C RItM. ... B F Laaka, R?b*rt t. Saott, ... J U Barbaur,Ur. H T. (luoilt, ... V.. ('noway, Wood BnaUtu, ... R. O. R?bt Baaad?r< ... U A Wlna, Andvaw Man tar , . . Wb I.nam. A. H N Atmart, ... U B S MrO Vlaara, ... J. Latotaar, A F Trim. J * Flnj4, <J W rtummara, ... A. O. r?ndl*toii, OM'ol) I atndan, ... J. (i. Rtriagar, hi W.tittyoat. ?? ? U.W. Ltuitt. E NE NE1 Khodk Iii.and. I JoMph V??zU, . . . David Bart. Htephitu Beaedlet, . . . Martin L?th*r, Am *tx?on. Jr , ... ('hrle'r 9p*no?r, Oeorge K t'hurob, . . . Olnej Ballou. N?w York. [Old Hunkerf. jtt /or**. C?mp P White, ... ... HemanJRedOeld Uilirirli. ... ... Hugh ... ... John A Lntt. Kra'f .B Cutting, Alex K Vache. Towna'd Harrii, Che* O Conor, BmJ Brandreth, ... ... D D Aiken, Alex. Thompson, Philip DuboU, ... O. Wi?**il, ... ... Henry Vail. ... ... Peter w,?d?n, ... Timothy KJdjr, ... ... T W R Bromley, ... ... W O F Warren, T B Mitebell, ... ... Albnrn Koiter, ... ... Joseph Graves, ... ... J no L) LrUnd, ... ... L 8?Bford, ... ... Stephen Strong, ... ... Kiantl CrfBob, M W B?nnett, ... ... John Thompson, ... ... Kbeneier M?ok, ... ... Thi. Armstrou*, ... ... Horaoe Oay, ... ... Lucius Warner, ... ... Hiram Potter, ... ... kben A Letter, m ... ... Cushing Swift. ' , ... ... Rufu M Bmith, , , , 11HVUSH WB/Wll. PanitlTLTANlAi Jtt large. At largt. A. W. I.oom la, Joha C Baeher, Wm Bigler, .. . Charle* Shaler. D. D. WagnerViitricti Miitricli. .. . Tboa.D Orornr, Hy L Beaner, J K Mitohrll, H R Knean, . . . James Patari, laaao Sbuuk, .. . John S Jouea, A L. Rumfort, .. , Henry Dull, J. 8 Yait, . . Seott A. lr?in, Robt K Wright, ... D. MaConkey, W W Downing, Jehu Long, H Hatdeman. . . . Henry W Mmlth, Peter Kline, . . . Tnomaa Craig, B S SehoousTer, . . . Lutber Rldder. W SweetUnd, . . . Edward Herriok, John Brewater, . . , Thog. W Loyd, John C King, . . . Bamuel Beaham, John Weidmau, Thoe C Miller, Robt J Fiaher, . . . Tbe?, Burn side, Fred Smith, . . . June* Millar, J. Crlawell. ... Thoa. J. Power, Chaa A Blaok, ... W. O Laalie, O. W Bowman, ami 8 Harrison, Jno R Shannon, ... ... O P Hamilton, W. 8 Oavla. ... ... Timothy Itm, ... ... Joi O Campbell. A la Kama. Jit large ... ... Nathaniel Terry, R'd B Walthall. Diltriett. ... ... T B Bethea, ... I.. John Cochran, ... ... J L F1' < ottr?U, ... ... Jaa. MBeekett, ... ... LeroyP VValker, ... ... Jaa W MaClung, ... ... A. J. Walker. Mitaiaairri. .it luge A O McNutt, , . . ... J. W ihulmera. Diitrictt. D. B Wright, ... ... OWL, smith, .... W. MoVVillie, ... ... J. A. Ventreia. Ohio. Jltl?igr. ... ... I.a^r'd Uyington, ... ... 8. Starkweather. Dittriai. ... ... John Hnyd?r, ... ... Ueor?e ICtellog, ... ... KA Cnnatogaaui O. V. Doraey, ... ... C. M GoJfrey, ... ... Rmnuol Mt?m, John W Ball, ... ... Daa'l Cookarill ... ... 8 Uiff?B(l*rf?r, ... ... Char. Carpenter, ... ... D. J. Swinney, ... ... Lawls Audarsan. ... ... .oho Lid*?, ... ... Wn Lawronae, Wra C Walton, ... ... Jaxaph Barn*, ... ... Wai. McBnnald, ... ... DAStark weather ... ... Joal B BuUlas, ... ... Henry B Payne, ... ... Abijati lfaa, j}f lirg*. Khktu?:?v. Arch'd Bixou, ... ... Wra J. Graves, ... ... IHttrictt. L, J.injs.y, ... ... J L Johnson. ... ... finis E Mel.ana, ... ... I". VV. Lisle, B K. Young, ... ... W. < bsnault, ... ... M D. MaHenry, Laslia Comb*. ... ... And'# Trumbo, ... ... WaCMuih U1 TcnnEilKK. Jit targr. ... ... J M Williamson, Jo? C Guild. Dtitricti ... ... Ab'm MoOlallan, W. M Stakelay, ... ... J. O M Kamaey, ... ... U M.Wattarson, ... ... Jamas Fulton, ... ... Jamea M Avent, ... ... Thomas Martin, ... ... t G Kastrnan, ... ... W Johnson, WW Lea, ... ... F B Glenn Inbuna. 41 largt. Jit lirg*, Jo*. G Marshall, ... Roh'.DalaOwan, Codlora 8. Orth. ... EMChambarlain Districts. Ditttitlt. lobo Pitebar, . . . Nat. Albertion, fohn S Daria, . . . CyrasLDunham, Milton Gregg, ... W. M. MeCarty, D P Hollowar. ... ('ha*. H. Teat. T. D. WalpoU, . , , .line* Rltchay, L. H. RoDDHtu, . , , <Jaorfe W, Carr, F.. VV.Mr(i?ughy . . . Hanry Raeraat, l?m?a F. Salt, , , , Danlal Maoa, Dan'I D. I'ratt, ... O. N. fit David Kilfnra. ... Aad'w J.Harlan. Miohimai*. Jit large. . . . . John R. Barry, ... . r. LoraaaoMMaaon Dit ricli. . . . . 'i bo*. Htagarald, . . . ... H. C. Tknrkir, Wm. T. Howall. Aikihui, jit large, ... ... Jobs . Roaaa, ... ... W. K. tfilMi'iau, Dithictt. ... ... Jamim Tall. Loan ian*. .Ht lirge . . , .laaqua* roulaat, . . . ... J. B. B?rj?mln, . . . ftillrii It. . . . R.ParkNiotioljji, ., . ... " t'harlr* Adam*, . . . . . . John Moora, .. . ... J. D. Campbell, . . . Ukumhia. In)gr. ... ... M.I I MaAlliatar, ... ... A. II. ChappaU, Dittt ir.it. ... .... Thna.n .Poruaa, ... ... H.L. Boacay, ... ... ./an B. Plnkard, ... ... Wm, B Pry or. ... C.J. MaDoJd, ... Wm. H. Hall, ... ... F. II. f'ona, ... ... Ell II. Baxter. 'the Caiidldatsa for the Pr?al<lcnry. Whig. Democratic. II?nry Clay, Jaraea K. Pnlk. Thorn a* Corwln, Jaaiaa Buchanan. l)ani?l Wabatar, Thomaa H B?ntnn, John M Clayton, Martin Van Burcn, U-l ? I ..I k4/n.?IU?rn Wlnflald Moott. I,-win Caa*. Nmiv* John C. Cilhmin, WMIa b Arthur. W-oru? M OalUa, .Abolition Sainurl Hountou, John I' Halt, William O Batlcr Oarrll Smith. William J Worth, Jaaas O Birnay. John A Dl>, Ini'prnd nt. Franeia K shunk, Zarhar j Taylor. William R Klog. NomlBwtloita made by CoiitmiIIudi. *1/inliti*n. Nativ Piesiitrnt. .... , John P. Halt, Zaehary Taylor, Viet Prr$iJrnt.. Laloaafar Kln<. H. A S Dearborn GatMrnwtnrlal Caiidltl*tn. Stat t H^hig Ltcofai.o N Ilampuhlra Nathaniel 8. Barry, Jarail W. Williams II laland . . . Kllaha Harrl*. Adn?h Saakat Connrflttoat. .(Mark Biaaall. Waortca S Catllu N Carolina... ... Chuflaa Manly. Ohio Srtahury Kortl. John U. Wallar. ] Kantuoky . . .John J. Critlaoilen. I AsJhmm*, ? XboioM a. W YO A YORK, WEDNESDAY Times %t lloldlug tlie Slntc Klicllom. Stmtit. Timet - f holding KUi tiom. Main* . -d Monday in September. .Now Hampshire ad Tuesday ia March Vumoit 1st ruaaday in S*pt*tub?r M?(aachusetts it) Monday <n November. Rhode lilaad let Wrdn'Sday in April. Conoeotlout I at Moudsy In April New York Tuesday altar lac Mon. tn Not New Jeriey Tu>-adav after lat Mon. in Nor. Peuwylvauia -id Tuesday in October Delaware Jd Tneadiv 'a November. Maryland lat Wednesday in Ootobsr. Virgin!* 34 Thursday in April. North Carolina lat Tburaduv in August. South Carolina -J Monday in (>ntob?r. Georgia 1 at Monday in October Alabama. lit Monday in August Mlssireippi 1st Mcnd*y In November. I.ouisieau l(t Monday in November. I'eMxyiaee Idt Thurs It v in August Kentucky lot Monday in Au*u?t Obio .. . . ;J i iihp,i ,v in ()or.<ibrr Indiana. ........... lit Monday in Augtttt Illinois lit Monday ic August Missouri lit Monday in August Miablgaa .... 1st Mondiy In Novnnlfsr. Arkansas . ,1st Mouday in Ootobur. Florid* lit Mandity in October. Iowa 1 at Monday Ip Angus' taw intelligence. Court or Otkb uno Tkhminer, March 14.?Before Judge Kdwnrd?, and Aid. Dodge and Messerola ? Viiul ?/ Jtlfmaml*r Dunluj alias (Vfeore, f*r >hr Murder ?/ A H. Nrilt. ? Heeond day. After the Judges hadtxknn their stats, and tke nurnx of the janrs w?r? called over, Mr. B O'Connor stated t'ie ousa for the prosecution. He ??id tha priseaer was pnt en his trial lufore them,oharged with the taurder of Alexander II Noill. the greatest crime known to our law*, end one whlnh required at their hand* the most serious and deliberate investigation. Gentlemen. said Mr. O'Connor, th?i oase which will be presented by the proseoution is one that ie baaed on olroumntantlal evidence; but yet not the lens oonclueiye and convincing, on that aeonunt. 1 will now briefly detail to you tha faot? which will be proved by the evidence we meun to adduoe on the trial The deceased was a painter by trade, and traneaoted hia business lu the basement of a house in Ann street ; about three weeks previous to Ootober last, the prisoner entered into the employment ot the deceased, and, from some I AtiiM t.h? UHhi* ha/1 (tin*irhail tf\ Aav thu ni*i?niia?p ?nma part ot his wag**, at wiiioh the prisoner expressed great dls-atistaction. and used threats or persoual violence towards the deoeas?d ; ?Dd such threats were inure than oooe repeated by him We will show that, on the morning after the 2!UU of October, he was a von loitering about the prt-mis?a ; that he watt;eon to ?uter tiie store, and take out a sign which w is pointed for n gentleman in Gold street ; that he took it to that person's place of business, but, not finding him at home, lie brought it back, and left it in the shop, In Ann street. The next oircumstanoe to which I shall call your attention is, that the prison* r was seen at another time that morning, leaving the deoeaaed'a store, and dosing the door behind him, and going in the direotion of William street, with a small bundle under his arm ; this fact will be proved by a young lad who saw him leiYo the atore He was af tarwards met in William street, by another person,whom we will also place on|the stand.and who heard of what had happened came to the front of the store, and remained there until the deceased's brother.In law came and went into the b.isfiu?ut. ami found Neil on hii back, in the agonies of dealt). What happened a'terwards. the witnesses will diselcs* to you, in their own words. Wti. Pai.mek was Lb* 11 sworn and a.t&minrd by thi District Attorney. Known th- pris u^r ; also knew the deceased; his name was Alexander H Nr.il!; he wnj killed on the looming of 1 h.^ 2#th cr Octobvr last ; vhi deveaS'd and witness's brotner weie married lo two sisters Witness left home that wcruivg uboiu niue o'clock ; witness reached hir> place of business ,.bc ut UsiH past tine o'clock, and fr<">m that ireut to .ur Heru's, in Ann street ; after leading the newspaper, witnt-s rtcarked to Mr Horn tt.a . he would call on de '.ei-.sed : when witness cam* opposite Neill's plact:. he b^rTed that the d-ior was closi'd. and i-onclud?d that ho wou'.n go back to his place of business, bin on lookic.: *g*lu, wit:<?is 0*8*1 red the doer of N-ill'? shop sjr.r, fiom Thioa cireuamanre he supposed Neill was there. Witness iheu went down a*id entered trie store. and when hail' in ha observod a loan's 1-g* on thu floor Upon, reaching the inner ilow., witness * >w him iyieg on his bak it at odcj occurred to witness thai he hai baen mur?larrd,oi- h?d cjflj*mte<j i uioi in Wij.ue.-n wssTary much irijti*tt.ni,rsu up stans am fiiia 'tin ui-.rui * llteTKrcr ATTO?nr i>"e iko- tliastiou (.1 tun bM"in?nt whet* N. iil lay . . >f this divided off by * par'.itiori. A diagram w?? here produced. wbtoti tks wit:? ?? swot? a . . mo' n?,?rv ??Bl.atlon ot the dtu?>iaed'e plaoe of biiiinuwi Witness. ii> u'utiti nation, deposed tb*.t upon Roirij totbe de.^eiieeii b? o!i> '??J bnbb'.r* of air and bloid issuing froa his mouth ; ??<;ry thiri* In this oliiee wss iri contusion ; the debased win *. ntn about six fret li'gh, and otherwise ia proportion ; invt sowe pe"pl>5 in the store. wh<r? ho iuvn ttix a'araj ; Mc \fatthew4 Was thrr- Htid ail he thinks. a Mr. Hogan. bo;h ot wii. in r t iru d with witq?m to NMll'i plaoe ; th. / all went down tocetli.'r H. -?Ud prisoner b-su i'.ng in the tiupl.'yia'nt of Neili.' A -About sis wefks, 1 think ' WiT!*t??--N?Ter examined Neill'e wound'' I.run rxomi'itj hy Cot. JttK Witneis did uot examine hid wittah, but exaiain*d >r? Johvn ol?ok. ?s is hi? habit ?'V""ry morning; bail nr> burineM ari'.h Nm'1 that morning; was on th? ?<>uih aide ot the sireat th*'. niiirnmit; it was opposite t<> Neill's door. IJ ?What was the appearance if the door that ma;a Ing' A.?It was constituted of two h<lf doors; tha (butters era taken down, and it *ai op-o ab^nt two iuche* Q ?Wbieh of the saeheii was talvn down? A ? The one on the w>-st tide. towards Na ami Vr??t 14?When you went dowu, which ot the doors dii you open.' A.?The one that was in part open Q?Alter you had opened the door, could youeee into the back n.otnf A ? I am unablfl to say, but I think not ? After yon had opined the door , and entered, did yen hear aiiy noise? A.?No, sir. Q.?Did yon see any peraon? A.?No,sir. (4 ? Want was the condition of tli? light at '!> <t tlu>e in the baseeient? A?It waa very dull, lu ?ons*i|uenc* of i^aie d<sks being plaosd aganst the windows. Q. ?When you reached tlM Bi4dUof Ib' H"i r. you say you saw the leg of ?n Individual on th? floor; w. ? tbere anvthlae to induce vmi 10 think It iui vlr Neill.' A - Nothing axcapt tha diass; I knaw it wai hiuj from hi* drasa; whan 1 reacbad th? iun?r door until I ''Him to th:il point 1 could not *?y to whoin It b^agsd; heard uo sound at the time H.- Which way did tha dcor open? A ? I #m unable to say <4?Can you now say that arythitig ia (he room *?.' at tba Urn* la tha sauia way that It was ia tbo bahit of being? A?I could not, axcept tha iwl, whiob ?t#ol near tbe back rouin. at tba Rtorn which wan its usual plaaa (| - What wan Ncili'i usual position whrn painting? A ?Ha painted at painters usually do; b* ?"n?rally pointed with his laft sida u tba .1 r. in ordar to uke adTastas* of tha I'ght; upon this oocusion tDt ens-1 ?t' thrown down on tha floor 1^.- What wai his poiition wh?n you "w* him ' A?Ha was ijlr.g on bia l??rk. with hi* l<-g? outstretched and hn hi in* by hi* side; that was hid position, u oaar ai I cm raraainbtr. li.? When you ot>s?r?*d him lying on hlibaek, was there auy aov.ca ofh<s body ! A ?Tba oily iJaa that I had of any si^ns of Iff*, wrra tba bubblai in tha blood issuing out of hia mouth; 1 (lid not touch him, but iinmrdiataiy ran up stairs Q.?Whan you want to tha station huusa, do you reoollsat what worcln you n*a,l th?ra ? A. ?I do not; 1 think I said tbar?. that Mr. Naill had either comroittad auicld" 'rwm murdered, unJ I i <au thi-m to send eouia per?o;i tlnne. Q,?Wnare it your hoi o ? A.?At 97 Varink straet. H.~How many blocks Irani y ur hoiine to y >ur placa of hiitiaass ' A.?I oatar thuu^ht on it. H What wa? your gail that inoraltif ? A ? It wai a buiin?**a g it, ueltlv r vary fist or r?ry slew. i ?Do you raw Heat bow tha front room waso<iaupi?tl st i bat tisati ? A ? Thar* wara signs, counters paint pots. Stn , in it ?t tha time U Uo you know of Mail! linvinir a difllouUv nitb *nv on* at this tirns ' A. I know of h>? lulu* about ta hav? a law ?uit witu ?onfl p <r?on. in C0ii*ri{ut-L0rt of t*o boy* ih*t WW* >" his employ at Uin'im?. who w>r* a.l*g*l to bit** ?tol*u Hour/, wh?r? u? had sent th*iu to put Id ({lags; I (loo't know whoths p*r?on war ? Wa? not th r? ? good d?*i of farliuK about tilat transaction ! A ?I don't know that th*r* was; tfc? mat.*r w?s ariAnfted fhortlj b< for* hi* d*.ub. h. W*r? tou uot m th* habitolgoiug with Mr N?lil at th.it time? A.? Ves, sir. vl.? Wh?re was h? iu th* h .bit cf spending his *T?nIngs ? A ? H? w*s In thrt habit of going to Mr Horn's; h* was alao In th* habit of goinj to a nous* In tb? II< ?? rj-, but I do not know th* number; it was < u th?*a?t*ids of thi Bowery, n??r Stanton str*?t. an.I wa< k (.t. by a U.iy u.?ro*d Mrs J.ott Tli# d"u??*e<l and his fan i y ie sid*d In lli?lin'ton ?lr*?t Witness was once nt Mrs. l.ott's h' use wi'h 0. :** * I Mm was iatrodu"*ii to t? young U,ll.'s tl\rr*; th? nam* of en* of thcui was Mis* Lntt Pirrcl rxitminntinn tftuni'd Wir^'l* A CMual obserrsr, passing through Aon ?tr?*t, would supp<>? ths door to l,a closed; Is r*rtaiu th* *aa*l was thrown !own th* first tim* th* witne?? went i i, th* chair now l-r"dine I to th* b?*t ot wit(i**? * rw.inlleoiion w?< in th* room wh*'i witness went In, and w*a tb?ji lu th* poti tl?u In whloto it appears In ih? diagram (| Whsnyou sunt to tio station house, did th? oiRear r*iurn with ?ou? A V ; two ofll i*r? ralumod with m?, I dou't know thptrnsw-* ? Who wers th* hoy* wUh whout ill* difficulty ?a* In relt'.lon to the AloUu money? A ?Oo? w?? tht pitnoosr, *u?i ih? other w#? Hr*?n The iie-??f?.i told iu? about lit* Kaviug ??Ule<t the ihfflrtllrj; h-? told me h >w muoll he aal to p?y to nettle It, hut I d>>n't uow reonllect how niU'ih It km; I know notiling of It mjr??lf etoept fr.>ni NrlU'? to m? I* w mi Uomnm.i., ex?mlu<vl l>y the District \ttor ney it ? ybyilcuu., vituets c*li?4 uu about \) RK E MORNING. MARCH 15,

p?nt nine o'clock ia th* rairoiu,' of the 49tb of Oatnber last, by id oOmi , wlion'HteJ to wiiurM that p?r?on in Ann street bid rnth-r b?en mur l?r>d or com mute I euioiae; I prooeeaeu inrr?. ai> a iouou in* ooay at 43, In that etreet; there were several persons there, oa examination of tbe body, I found several extensive fractures; be was breathing; trom the nature O' the injuries, I found it was useless to Jo anything for hitn. tbat death roust be the conn qoence; on the back part of the head and over tbe leit ey?, thrre wore frtoturea, i on tbe chin there was also a flesh wound, net aoooinpa nied byafrsotnre; on th? upper part of the forehead there was tb? must extensive fracture. enteri ling from tbe top o( tbe forehead to the augl" of lh? mouth, through the small liones; the leugih of the wouud was about Ave inch-* but in dependent ot that wound, the wound on the b?ck part of tbe h>ud would have cau*'d death; witrese ii Unable to *?, hiw I n,{ h* I'ved; ali?r witness came in lie br 'a'h^ii with gr??t liffliul'y while he was there, ab ut (It* minutes; tha wound on the back part of tt,.< head appetred to b' ot a semi oircular shape. [A bar of iron and hammer ware here produced and witness ww> asked which h'< thought was the one by wbl '.h the wotud on the iiaok part of tbe lead whs produced | I ''nut it Was by the bar. beoause I exaraiued it at tbe time, aad found upon it a portion of the blood, hair and brain; tbe bar was touud between the body and the partition aa represented on the diagram; witness alao found the chair. and it bore an Indentation aorreaponding witto thab r,and It waa evident at the time that it was recently spilt (J.?Where was the ohair Wing? A.?-At tlwleft side of the body, as represented ou the diagritn; witness haa no doubt but the deoeaaed died of tbe weunda be has described; the railing bore some marks, but whether of blood or not, 1 can't say; 'here were ns<urka of blood on the partittou and on the oor Cross rzaninrd by Graham The spots of blood on the p&itltlon war* interspersed over a surface of about two feet. (4 - How near did tbe body lie to the partition? A ? About two-and-a half or tbiee feet. I think. How Dear the desk was the body? A ?The body lay between tbe partition and the desk; witness tblnka there muat have be- n two blowa to pro duo? tbs fracture of the brad and the indentation of tbe ohair; thera ?ai no Indioation of any violenoa on any otbe- part of tli? body but tha head; thiuka tbe great wound on tha forehand wn given by a blow whan tbe deoaae* d was prostrate on tbe ground Th?i Holmks. examined. -la it pbysiftlan; li in the babit of making )>ttl mm I'm examination*; inadu a poit mortf.m exatuinallou o j tbi> body of Neill in ()otob-r laas, the d?y af'.er tnu murder I found a wound of u srmi-clreular rbapa over tbe right ear; there wan ano'her wouud which exleu led from tbs top of the forehand to the mouth aud back to tltii vertebra.* of the neck it we# aoout eight iuche* long; all th-i bones of tbe bead wire fractured by tho blow ttiat produced that wound There were two or three other wouudu There mutt have been four distant blows given The great wound wasrf a semicircular shape, and might ba made with a hamtuer. Crtn-ntvnntil ?H Describe th? woaud on the baok part of tba head, aud wbal was its direction and its In-' dicittou A ?Tbe scalp was cut through, and it exti nded down between the ear; there w?s considerable blood coming from it, but no part of thj b~iin Tbe next franture waa ou tb? jaw; It Wat simple fracture, und I should think the blow was given with the body of tbe instrument T: next wound ?M ou tbe forehead, about three Incbe* deap, and atUaM4 to the vertebra# r,f the neck Witness thluks that u eunll .iii*l>>r.re abovt tbe pper lip the point of tbe instrument w.? r?oeived; the blood wh) scattered all over th'i room oa the walls ceilltig, Iko (jiisi wus A. Hintok, exaiain?d by the Diitrict At tnmey - Lit iu Ntnitu street, rookl.ri, aun works at 4.1 Ann street; ktit,wt the pti<on?r l>y sight; t.aw him ir: aiitl out ?t Neill'S Ofeillt thoji; raw hi:rs the m>.rtii?i? i f the muri.r soinowb'ie sftec uitim o'clock; oa 4 hiiu or tan out of tbw bl<Hel:iuUt With flOUlbtbiug tb-..t lOuke I like 4 iuidl?, it H.puaved t,o bo winpf? J in < nuwepaper, (wikted nt ?H,*' iul; he wt at toward* WlUUm street Witur si, afccr.fnrls w?ut to two places iu Kultoa street. thrcuKb th!> bait-meat Witness tliiaks U- uiigitt bnva remaiu'd lu b th places about a quarter of an hoar; . anuot t? !i the time *x*ntly. bat knows it not ten o'clock; thicks it was little l*s? ti ?o a quarter of an beur alter be r *.w th? pri.i u'T ibnt n? heard N?ili was murdered, but it rra* nt'ler he cam? back from Kullou street; ui"i? w*a a eiowd about the door, and witness heard that a m m htd klllad him*.-lf Cross txnif ih d l)id you s iowyour-iolt independently oa b?l?? 1011 hy sousm bf'dy else, wLat tU-> nour a/ii t-'yuu * ** th# LilionfI A ^ltfFVtr , ari-jr.y WonuaUtHi u to rlaJu, iim j>! i V Mlt l.'.'i'l ; vuen 1 (- ?? tb. (itts.ii.er h* Had oa M rouuu jfcciiet; I d-.tl not nwciee hi* owp or p r itilooua ; he walkfc.l r??h? fast ; theve wag nothing ab?ur bita t>- at raot tj\ ai ?ttlOU uiUl 1 h?nr>t liia' * lin t w.?s killnd ; I:i h?d tbe bundle under bis ri^ru arm; be did not conceal it ; I tv?? about iour feet from birn v? len 1 ;<?, blic uomiag out Jomv 4>ir?i;Li. eiatui?rd bytb' District Attorney ~ Kfsider et 171 West Broadway; kcsw the dec. assd ; saw him on tbe morning of in<* -J'Ji h October, a^ .ut 0 o'clock ; be was on tho TVKy to bis piece ut nusiiie?ii; I *na carrying u little t*b!r; >ie ob?srv*.i the manner in wiiiub I whs carrying if, and nailed ; I me' htai at 17 \ar. s'rec about ill doors Iron! Ilia pliice of business ; I ai l not re* him nfierward! alive ; ii rni^ht be about 1 .> or iO miBU.ss I l ... in lb* tluio 1 s ?w uim until 1 li :srd he ;*?? killed Crust titmiv-'d 1 w?n' to Mr. Hni(T?n'?, iu Ann >trr*t aiid brard th i rumo" lher? ; tbe time was tixod on my mind by 1 >okiug at ibe clock- ?ud knowniji th?' Mr Snia n il:id eome arti<.lt-s to s>-ll, I asked him would .ia anil Mimti th^t inorniiiif. and Iaa n,kiil not. in r.nncr queries of h. eicl'etnent la th? str?*t >il the tiuiv J*mk WciTHiiiT >i*?ininMi? Wot ftt the police station house w-icq Mr r*iturr ?rriv?d there; wt-ut> *ith him to Nvlll'f ?hop;w?zit down >ni shut upou going in the leg* of a Ditn, wi > ? w>t[ie?? got <n hp inw he *ae ?ery oadly Irjured. and ; t lis would try and lo something fur Unu; ne thou iuo?ed trie furniture; he foaul that the Wood w?s runuiti down hi* throat, aid witness thought hi would be smothered, hn tben tar:i<ri him OTer and *?'.tl?d hi" liend, and went directly for a dootor; when he returned, he p'it the furniture bur* In the name position it w*s Wore h? first removed It [Here ihe wttio?e dtrcrlb?u hid position ?a ihr fl > >r, :?i'l the Audit.g of th* h j- of iron | The ile'ea?Md'?hat on a hulf birr'1; there <vas u sign lying oj the ?sel with blood on it. a* it it spu-ti<d up from bin head; there was bliiod ia tarirnt^ pans of tberooii; there w-?? ?!? ? ni-ikn on the pirtitK'u, es if by blow# from tb? *r >n bur; those mari-i wer? up and down, he '.?*9 br^v-binn whu.i I first saw him; the bloojy end of the b<r *vi?? ly'ng near hit head: witua** rfooUtrta tiur*) ?m? m^ii in tu? room at the wi'h tfce *oiiii " A1 urn-Smith '*a It; do ? not. kuow where tb*t nixa now ;? [ l'be sign wiiiou stood ou tint tasel ** here produced, and ti?e ?itn?g* d Aortbod iis poaitlo i in reference to Nrili's body in th* l)A?cc,?i>t J When wi'neits first discoyerod him, i ?itcr.ts found a piece of r'.iirt sUerj in the room by t.L? ide of the deceased; it was only a part of the sine?*, und was torn off; witness took it down to the station Lous'; it looktd M M ib- tfO?(OT llld wiped l'.lfl hand* eith it; witness took it with other thing* to the HUtion home, niid gave them to the capttin; wl.n?ss has nut s?rn 'h-m since Wii.mam Gkaham a painter resiling I<i Brooklyn, #i*b e^amln.d, to prcT<? t.1 at be .?* tr.< prisoner about * qu?rt?r niter mux o'olouk, t<>lug to Gold street with a sign. Laoij, peiinetnau. prort'i that hn oia.o tn Naill'i bet*fu n ?n?l 10 o'clock. *ud tor k charge ??t the place, nd that no algn was afterwarda brought there 8aml'ki. 11 Oii.it?-ProT?J that he worked for Mr. Tauner, til Wold atr**t. for whom lb* deceaaad painted h dun; that the prisoner brought the ?iRu to Mr. Tanner'* ?tore that, moriilrg; amid there w?.s riahillinga due on It, aud wanted to ice' it; that he rtfus.'d to Wre it without getting the nii'iiey; that Mr Neiil desired him not to leave it; he *tit*ied tuto a converaatieu with the aitneia. who tola him that Naill owed him money; that he could not pel from him what would pay hie board, ?nil asked witn<*ra if lie knew or any one that wanted a buy to work; that he did uotflere what nort of work it ?ra?, about 10 ini.iu'.e* after War la witnes* heard of the murder; he also elated he raw the ai*n. but wa/" noi, uudiiHt'iod io tijt the tim.< wi eu hn a?* it. 11 wua uow announr'd th it newa of the death of I Lief lus ios si^ncrr Lad urirc i is the city, and the courl adjourned to 10 o'elonk to-iacrrow (tbi?) momlbg U.aio e Statm roMMiasiosae'a OrrirK. March M ? Mefore A Oardaar, K?<|. Jamee Hewett cob red oooknf tiie American abip Brutus wis thla hk-uIdi: brought Urt? e ihe ooiunii'M'ine-fl, on a charge i'l .laving imaullf \ Datid Jonne, another colored man. wtih a dar^erou* weapon, on iho 8th of Marsh iurt II* wa* coumcia-d or examination. I'MiTtiB Ktatks Dta raic r t.'orn, March 13 II-fore J udn? Beit? and a Jury Putluining Lftur$ Th? Pott Ollitr ? Nelson V Miraellis was puf. upon trial. rharg'-d with f?lotiiou.<iy purloining oarlaio IMt^rs, end abatraotinrf therefrom the aa<n of iwi<ty-8?e cents, oil the .ith of August lent, in the purft ottl of rhi? ei y. in which ile, arlmenl be had b-eu employed as ccoBdantlal clerk The prisoner appeared to be a ruber iu'elligent, bus! nea'-ilk *ort of man, end we* drena'd fespaataoly. vlr i?' fLKR, the U rt k) is t riot Vtt >riiey, h*?i;ig opened the oaae, tt* fir?t witnea* called for tils procecution, wan Pf T? K Baawn, who baisg duly sworn, depoee l ae 1lowa I am employed in lb I* uity In ihe p >st ofHc# ?i p?rtru?a!; luy time ia from h*lf j'lat C o'olook, \ M. to i o'clx. k I*. VI ; 1 waut iato the ofHce In December last a ye;,r ag< ; <!? undent was 1 hen chirk. aad remained in th t 111 -a nr.til tftti Augua*. ia?t in employrn'o'; it was i o p vrt < t hi* duty to dliuributu iettare ,h?t flrm:J b* dintri'iutjd about o'clock, A. M ; I ?*w him l?a?e hla ew:i plaaa on .V.ii Ao(U"t la?t, and -0 Ofer to th e.ieU.ro <?le; hi thm tu. ne<t round to the olty tabl - wuere I i^ie wet" fiaoej; if newepeperf w?re plaO-1 thffa H aiuft be asoldantai; a^w him tumlilinf a' th* p??k??e? oo t'ie city tabl*; I tta-m went om knowing there I aaa another t'*eaoii ou th* lo k out; I wa" uu, froaa 11, e* to Ire iutuute?; when I teturui t 1 went at <r Mlln'a in oouipany wl*b him to >:a eelli?; he I i*aa ilien ar th? end of the bu1 4m,: near ihe City t?ble, Mr. Miln eaid to hiui he waot- d th'-ae letiere, aitu? a U*i* identified th* lettera takeu fri <n pnao- er. I j <nd .!!<)(< d to hare be. n purloined, heiin" ('e -I a' li il i i.i nirtf. ia.uim t i ir ro Burn* >v irmitmnin Vnu ?(.o?t. V-w Vork. Aoo'brr >tt< i tofnuiaput u, | 'J?' > Vugunt 3 i, 1*47. I h? witQuM hffn ciittnuwd. l !? f ccurrencA M?rp?lli? w?ut ti In'h* r..,?t o.liO". *j i ,??.!a propoK?(l to work in t ? ? ... ut Wi;i.-m wim orom turn ifU by conn t iot '* i nci-, but tioibiKg w?? KiloitoU to .ih?k# (ii:i iiir'ct tva tiu.ony W*vift B. Miln pxkmIuoiI for the pro*?cuti n by I li?J St?r, IiintTlot Attorney I ? inujljy 1 In tti pn*t i fll'W in (hi* ?iiy In r.??-ry c*i>*oKy. ?iu<m Ju > 184.1 I kuow th? |-rl*oner. He v*? enpl<>>?4 ?>? l>?rt < Hi ? lli<i *i?fk wnp . u tL? c i?'m u? ? ?| ' r t.i uie Tile UAUita tut gitouloUit Uuiea, beu?u?? v. U>? [ERA] ? ?rfi' - ' j a ?^-^-a JS48. ruHilg tfc?t are mad* np tn tba ofHa.', Northern aou'h- i ru, and *o op, wlthou* ?n? reference to lb* points of tha compass. Oo tba ftth of August la*'. I a*# the tratisactiona to which Mr. Brown, tha la?t ?lfu?es, l a I testified 1 mi In the oarrier's room, on tha Nassau street side It was about4 o'clock iu tba oiorniug whan I went into tba carrier'* room; I cauld tha tables in tba lower pact of the building from this room I could j en the eastern table In particular I saw \lars?llls ?t the table a little ifttr tire o'olook; 1 watched hltn until I left my position. U Did you go there for ' ba purpose of watohing him, or lor wh it purpose did you /o thsra ! Counski. kob thk Dnrr\c?: objected ; contending I that the i|iiestion was uot relevant to the Issue The i|Uciliro would only tend to prejudice the vie used TheCnusr felt it was competent to put the <ineitlnu ! to tbe witneNs Witnkii, in continuation, to Mr. UutW-Vlarsellls. i : when I firs'. s?w him, went to his own table. He then ' ornsaed oyer to the east lett-r distribution table--to | either E?a'or rtoutb, I hui not positive ?hich. Her'- j inaiuad there long euough to pick up s">ui? lattera, or mails, that had beeu put up in buudlsa fir hia department, as I supposed. and then tuiued to the city table. 1 lie than handed oyer a number of the mailt, that were | lying Oil tha table, took out ona or two of tba lattaia, as I then baliayad, and put thain In his pocket. 1 waa about twan'y five or thirty feat from him at the time Ha I then want oyer to hia own tabla. I uiyar knew any of tlioae lattara to go far alty delivery. On aealng this movement. I waited th?rn n f?w mlnutaa to aae soma ba^s sent off. I than law him mova his band, and thought I saw sou)* nulls bauglng out of his porkat. I wmt down sUirs ao<i on my way. going toward Nassau street, I md Mr Brjwe. and asked him to go with ' we to MaiseltU'a. VVe went, and I found him atandiui 1 >y the south lattar table. It was Mt part of bis r. ^ular 1 uty to be there I sail, " Marseille, ooma hera. I want to a?a you " He asked ue what I wanted of him I told him I wantmi hint In afttn h?r? nniuHnir fcn?Ardn the prstinasier's door We went ther* tognther, the tbree of us Browu. prisoner. anl myself I paid to hiin. ' 1 wanted those letters " The first answer was, "What Utters ?" I Mid " Those letters you hnre In your pocket." a* well as I can recollect; something else took ptaoe. but I oan't reoolleot exaoiiy all that passed; after some oontroversy I took the letters out of his pocket, and tandedthem to Mr. Brown; I took them out of hi* pan taloons pocket, there were two packages;]! gave them to Mr. Brown. Crmi-Kjrminiii by counsel for the defenoe ?1 was examined before Mr. Morton; said on that ooonsion that I thought 1 saw hiua lake oue: I now any that I felt court leut I saw him take one; I don't recollect that I saw him take more than i.nc; I sa:J befor Mr Mortnn that I saw something sticking out of hi? picket; I went down stairs in oousequsuce of seeing t.'i traissctlon ; 1 did n^t si v before Mr. VfortOD I sailed ou him down r n's, to fee the oolor < 1 he j pocket; I oauuot positifei .wear s? to tlie o.>, , r. Impression Is that It ? ? red li*ti o dor t iere was I ilgnt euough in th? I ig t >'olor; 1 did not obsc - sbap f It ftt t lat] I believed at the time it was nu? of tht? waili i-hat be took frrim th* offl if: t packages (pr iduoed) are one a reddish color od >he other a light brown; I think It was tb .irowu color that. I saw stiokia. out of his po !' ti did not Hay at Orst, that hn woul i give m< the !? in the oouree of the conversation lia said. " its all ri I want to?ho# theiu to Mr. Morris;'1 oati't swear tli m his hands in his pooket to take out tho letI Day, of tho tirm of ' Wilaon k Oo.'' ")i vitiei that he opened the letter here pi. iin<l a quarter of a duller iu It. No or on willh oi arm or - uurns *t <^o ies?iHad lhat ch > 1 1 n .. I to aal produotd was *dlr??W to-Uurnsn < 'o to waloh tlrm he talented. It c inuiattl tweiuy-five aunts In silv?r Mr Morris, Postmaster, te.i'ifleiJ that the prisoner, Mare-llis, was the li?al distribatinu; dark at eastern la.i ii tabif>; his dufy was to take up the mk'li at til at '?Wo, and distribute th^m for tha pout. It w.i* not iiis duty to b* at Lb? southern tabl*, ax dworiiud by ons ot th* wltnessM Mr. H?own w?.s ra-o?ll?J anil ta*ttll?d thilt p'ia.i?er ; admitted he lik l taken lettors btfore, bat it wiu because 111* family were starting Mr. Morhii was r? called. and testified that priannsr admitted hi- tc oi lett?is before, bat it trap, !) ) said, in oor.'equsnc* of bio family being ui a slate of starvation After scins ari(nm"nt between oouasrlas to tbeaumsnihility of certain doi?um?ncary testimony, teudered on jjart of the prosecution, (printed inelruotion.-i tot'ie Postmaster.) tha oaas was rejourned ov*r to Tuos lay forei uoon V.?? ,? i j . v i 'uini? of tb' court tbism^rn j | los this trial ?.-?? riMutnsd Mi' Mohkis was r.gaiu r .oalltJ. and testified t.b-\t the ' : ri ?'-d Inj .rui'tions h?-?> produoed.in relation t > thodei purtuieut w-re sent him in the ordinary *<y from tha | i*<i?tiaaetrr Oeaerai. Cowskl pjr Di:vkpcck objected to this sort of t stlI 100117,00 tha groun 1 that the yrii'e J instruot icu? put 1 I in werebdta oopy.aad if received at all, suould os reJ orived as secondary evidence. j After sobi* biief aignmen' ?s to the * Iraiseibility of ( 'bi< testi tony the iju stion was left open i'.ir a (mure stage of tile ease; wnen CourrtkL sou uKi'KiseB opened on part of the prisoner? Tbe <|iiestl >n i<f law *ae that upon which tiiey uieant to mainly rely, uainely, as to whether within the meaning of the act ' stealing from the post offloe" or "robbing the laail," the prisoner could be held 1' i?y hr.d it io t,*iiti;nony that tne prls ii';r?tated he had t?Ui?n tue let .crs for' th? purpo?s ntgirio* them to Mr. Morris " r? is was in tha r fBoe, and there was nutbltia; to oc astitiito the thalt or robbery. 'J'lu-y were also to consider what is ueaot. by a mail, and whelher tne taking ot a 1 l*:t?r in tile otflo*, and not r.-moriinf it tiierei ora con i ituteil motibny o: the mail," wituin the uieauiug of | the ao'. Wrl 1 am U Taylor was called. ?uj testifle I that he J knew the prisoner, who h^d be?n employed lathtpnt I cittiae depariuieut for the last eight yars He (witness) ] I ?..? 1 ill,sari in t>t.. 1 ai re for the U?t. tweutv vaara- ar I riv*d iu the cfUo? generally M half pact fire o'cl iok; the ! wrappers nr? generally takeu otf the letters before he ; (witness), *Ln?? duty It was. went to iuspiot them; ih? wr?pp?rs aei'a taksn olT gener?;'y by tour or fl?? cieiks; ; the pno':i?.,<" were sometimes p.*c 1 in cp.nviss bags No 0.10*8 ex-tminatlou Johix IIoms?'P9ol, a clerk In th? po.it nfHm d?i>irt- I ineut-, testifier! that !jn wan employed on the en-tern ta- | !>!' iu tbi.poit cfll ?, i u the Hti of August (Jut thi-rj j about ?> o'clock In rh? morning; Var? In* generally distributed the newspapers, *?* oo.ifln 4 to th?m No crt se-exainioaliou j Ai.iiK.nr S Kirr residing at :t in Fourth street, testii tied thai ba knew the prisoner for th > last ten years ! unikuew nothing, or b?ar<l nothing, against his cha| racter Mr. Un1t?d States Assist-ant District At :orney. herer*?d th? test imony lak?n by bin at the xacsiuation b?for? Commissioner Morten. Il? elated | that be did not take the note* lull, Inasmuch a* he ipplied himself principally to the question of law raised for the prisoner. Counsel r*H Difhict: here read full not** taken by him at the same examination, whiob went to show that witu?ss (Mr Alilo), upon that occasion stated nothing about seeing the packages hauling cut of prisoner's pooket. After some brief argument between oeunsel, ?< to the absence of proof to show that tho letters referred to in the trial bad been transmitted from Hubblerstown, and aisn whether tb?y w re bound to receive the instructions referred to by Mr. Morris as testimony in point of law. the "MM wss summed up on both sides; when, in consequence of the dea'h of Judg* W:>eno?r the Court adjourned to this t'oreuoon, at 11 o'clock, when Ms honor will charge thejury nuraiMir t^rrar. renruary. >p?cim i ?rui ? Betore ludge K.Jw*r '? l)i i.'iiiou,? Willi mi H, Sh'ldnn el iili vt Xathmifl T 'I. ah?Kirnt The a'aiarn in wot executed by Nathaniel T We-k? to Cailyle Weak* unit H<*nry A Wckii, i? ndd mag?ln?t creditor* Second Tbo ?n*w?n* of the deVndant do i,ot ehow a ubange of por*nxiion of tb* furniture in the h' il?? in S oon > Itreet, alined to hara been gold to Henry A W-?<is. unJ no ?ui* liect oauee ta ehowu fur tbe want of nuch po*???*lon. Third The oimrejance of the houa* 1 In ftaaoti) street by Nathaniel H'ei>k? an i mfi to Meaj* mln Weeks, tb nun without considera'ion ?h? not fraudulent ?n.l void a? eutmeqiien' ere litors, the I ?nid N \Ve?k? being ?ol??nt an 1 n ? mbarr ***>- J ?t t ho | time Kourth Thu oonvey?nc? o! the nld house by j Bsnjimin Wf' kn *nd wlfu to Mary W??!d. bei'ig to her J sole (II I sepurale use, nannot bn ui*J liaiilo la equity, j j iu any nianaer ehnteter, for tlx peymen' of li-r bJi | '<ana s deb s. e?eept with her foment Ki'tli The -in- i ! sw rs whloh are iu that respeot r'eronsire to lha bill, i deny the ullega'i n of frail I a< o the other real estate ' mentioned In th? bill. I'h? motion to 'lls*ol?e the Inj junction la denied, i nd the motion for the appriotiu-ut f a ecelvar lor th" assign 1 property and for tb* hou?e in S?<-o.id street ia granted. Ther? were tour other against the name defeinltD'.i whloti were to be g.iferned by 'h? alioT* dominion tffi'i g< t*ai H ( 11 k, t>. rli .ii I'i int it H*rrii?n't ill.- The ooruplaiuaiits are entitled to a decree puri DUant to the prayr ot the bill, but without oosta By lud^e Hurlhurt 1\*htrt S'tttart ft ah ?? Joirph Kiiiam et alt? In rlii* o??e the < ourt nave % denrti- e-' ib'lehing th- erlRinal bond and mortg^n ai rail I, au<t (uiniittin* seourl i ties saving ths right ot the ?un<e j.n rt '>?n fid- uaort.tagcc aieo ord?rin,4 . > refe:en:e tot impute the amount Ju? I'ka C >urt '\*<> dioree that tbe bond and mortgage and all ri<tite grow ng out of ib? fame, vented or teeUred by tho d?cret? ar? the separate propeity of Stewart apart from her hmbunl; and tbe referee, >11.on tier uommation, wld eeleot noma unliable perioa ae t tru-t-re lor her, in rtferm e to ?uen propeity To .? le/y tl-a amount reported dua u[icn th? inortgige. the fotty two lota h?ld 1'7 Willi*>n s- wrart mu?t ! ? int ?olJ than tin ?i(illty of redemptloo vo the lota oover*d by th" mortgage te On letdonk at.d o'h?t? and the e ther lota (if tb?r? bn any) In L? t ?nd* of Jofnpt Kli aaiu, or ei^outore of 1) VV KU.'rm, jr and the proneeija ot thoee \l-e are t<? b-1 brought intn C'OUlt (or th? eepa rate use ot \lre Stewart It thu eale Kball no; auflioe to | p?y the muouut reported Jue, lh? r ! ^e wnl pro, red to ia * ' an ?o ount i f ilie cfttute of P. W. KiM*m jr , and i the debt* ejigtiog HgaiiKt it. in tha uaual uiHimer h'rht iViiiHtift vi Oilrt K '.'.'li;l(in rtiirf Ilh. I hi* \ mi tl< n uuaI be d-uied \ plea f th? penJeney of n t *uit in another St te, betweeu he Mine parti'" baa ,, T!f?erb<en hUowed t*> pr-r ?H In this t'ourt I !ne mo ^ Meu j* bMi'd on the cijuity of rutU a plen 1'ha form of f the application o?i>roi v.?ry tb" r'f"!t I hie' "urt (, I n< i.ml.I. l ?r.. llolir .if he and tb" attb I, j?<it nutter brlorn t.li? ?,f? bm ,nt In l .1 o<* If th? ,iUi!ittff h*?? not a juot c..u?? ol otiou li* will h? (if f?.?t,?iJ In tfll* <:ou?t ?uj Id nli lorwlsn proo??<liunB If bin oUim bn junt, ti? In entitled to r>irc?r>l to a irciY?ry ? %n.l to obtain Ju? Mtmf?etinn ?ud rh? court* ol both t wiMw MtkiMMO4 Ul.?aUuU?.i> TWtC. I WtMBI lOl i" . - ' ...-J/ LD. - ?.< ' '-T ?- | ' ornT or Vlarrti 14 - B?fore Reoorder Scott nml Md'tmen I'unwr and T ?pp#n, lou.m B ?*hit|ip", K?q . District AM >m? / Trial for kf?ping a Diim il Wy Houir Joha V{'iDtf?oi?. < ?y. wh?ni thi?? ii.iilotiu'-nt? loc ft-? o . ' * d1?ord-rly hou??* h?ve he-a r un ! mi p'jton hi* Mel ?t th? op'otn^ of the oourt ?hi? wriiinK \1r T*l>ili;>? in opening the c*w? oij thf pert of I hi" p?o,?l > r?n*rted that ??th" l?n> tncltcrnoiit c ?er'd 'ih Uto- hI'h fed In the other t*o. th* ?"?mi-.I would he tried tli*' kIoo* J>mm Stu?bt xetnined ' *'u 11 imllor , I kn >*(ht pterol?f* ocoupl-l by the ?obu??I. vil litre vieit.ed ihrm nnnc or twice la r.h* t?' nth or Oot?h?r lief.; I ?*? jtoui- Ih'uhIi-w thtc on those oo'idiom; th?y ?<reekyUrkim; tbrre with ?Hilor? : I wmttn b ?I *i a one of 'h'^lrl" I m?t with t'j?f'> ; I re.:i>itn*d there ?il nigh* ; I K-tve t''0 ifirl | <t.p' tviih <ww mon--y w'uih eh* K?vn to Mrr Ment^oruerv I youo^ men in b?1 with another In an adj <i?iin ^ room ; I n*? lire or elx other r?in*le< in the tame meat; th? Bailor* were treating th?in with I tjuor. M? nut Bmi wv Hg'irain* 1 ? I su) thi Mfou I ;u*t * of ? * ?*?! ; I know Montgomery ; 1 have be>-n In h'? pUoe of builn***; I ?l pt with * female th*re; nh' w*i not, mr wif?; I flret ?fw h?r la th* b?f? neut; w * p- up v.ilri in the ??nnn< etory; I aire h?r ft for el-eplu*; with in-; thin wan in September laet; anhlp tn*',e of min* eleyt there with another tem?le the Hint u'ght W i in t with the feinalee In th< hiaem*nt ooiliini - I l? / Vl>l lit > mery Kuuiitm Niwmiii ax*m'n?'l ? I r?a?<l? inB?t*?l? atreat ; I waa at the houn kept by Moatjoan'-y la Water street about aye&r ag j I went there ta Inquire for a fn*nd Qufili n ty PMllipt Who v*? 'h>t ff * [ vir* N here b?oame deeply affeoted, and wlih JI1Hoaltr replied ] Ana. ?It wa( mv daughter; oh, do not a*k me any atanoet more if you pinnae. Mr Pbillipi tfiprcMtid hia reluetatire] to a?V quea'lo * which ahould oncialon her painful motion*; but hi* duty rendered It iiee"?a\ry to pra*i?iit the facta o >o tinted with tha Oaae b?forn the jury, a* f.vr a* p ???lbi??; therefore. ho hoped that aha would stitn the circuinto the li?it i f h?r ab'ilty Mr? N. then protieed''d to tegtlfy ** f< i >w?: - Matin* beeu .aaurad th*t mv daughter than about 17 vara old, w<* living at Montg imcry'a hou*i?, I w-nt thare to Inquire for her Winn I not Into i ha h>ua . I a*w i peraon whoin I fait latiatled w.4.1 my daughter p i"? up atalra I aak'd for her Mri Montjoui ry denied th it ahe w.i* there, I aaked hnr why aha kept ?uoh 11 hou*t T Hbe r? pllad that time* were very bal and it Wi? urneeaary for them to reaort to it to obtuin a l'vinij I went ? a?cond time to inquire for my daughter, a'ld I wm a^nin d'nl?d. I did not ara my daughter nif*iii until abou* t,w > w?ek? before ahe lied, at a home in WaiUer aire'. she waa iu th? ecji<ymant of ^>od h> ill 11 when ah* 1 >lt hoiuj. S,<v?r.4l other witn aaei on b?lnn asanii' 1, tea'llled that Viontgomrry't praiuia >a were the te-o>rr. of pro'tiCutra and m?n of th* mo*' degraded oh* '.cfer wbo mt i uae of profan language, and diatur'ied the pe?ee of the neighborhood At ttiit ?!?((- of tSa trial, tuo court adjourned until to morrow luoruim; Court Cai.knoah -This Day Common P '? 1st part-.No* -4J 47.63 81. ?i, ?1> 8:? 91, ?'J. 13, 87 J-d part Nw 111, 140. 3, 4, K>, 81, 43 199,90 Ctreuit Court?The aatue oaU-ndar a? a'.erday. .StJPHKMK iJouar vr thk U.iitkd Si atki? Mat*'? 9 ?No 3<i Chta .VloVIiken ?* Viu'i.t VV. l>u etal. Krror (o the ( irouit C iurL of the United ^tate.1 for Loulaiaua. Mr Ju?tio? Daniel delivered tha opinion of the court, at ilrtn u? the judgtu nt of thu Circuit Court lu thin ohu*?> wltb oonti No 87 The Bi-nk or M?fro:jp|? *s the N?"w KogUnd Bauk F.rri r to the Circuit Coutt ' lb'1 IJnlI.eJ gtatea for WHaliintfton, D. C \i? ' fiat lustioa Taney delivered the optnl'T. ( f th > ><U' . r H < judKmoutof the <ilraui*. Court. with cost' ncd remandititf tfl*? cau??, with itrccti ;m to award ? v r* / i?? dt ti*v? No * -* ^Mel- v f>" Shelton Clayton TlfMr ?*i| I- t* IVrrv 'A[|i'hI from the ? lruit' of the UniteS St?t'? for Loituritn.i. Mr Jun io? I--i i il?lirei ed the ( pin 104 of th? cour", r???r?lot; th-' . of the Circuit Cow. mi<l hiiiho <itnx tin ?.u?e * tu d r-c lone tub* proc 'fijx l with a coniuruity to the opli" < 11 of thi* court. No 40 s?mu"l T Puili.u) cl vn kMrauuj iirlntlkii. atMci?n, lei; Aidrii fr>- : t ; -Circuit 'ourt of the Uuitad llatN lor Virginia Mr Juiti'e McLaa'i ?l?*llT?r?-<t Ihxrp'rim of the C')U" Jr: 'i In/ hi.i ?pp ?! for thf w.tnt of jurnt'iio ion N" j.1 I'ba Uni'ntf Htatea, plaiutiff* iu errjf. ti Andrew U jr , ?' >1 The argument of thin 'm c n duaad by Mr Uiornay (JetmraMor the plaint f.iiii-it Varc* 11 Wllli.ira S llrowu, of Allchijaa, and Edmund Tarry, i>ij., of N--w Yorte, w<-ro udu>itt?u attorney" and ouunnello-a of thin court No. J2. Joiiu 0. i)u*b ??. Jacob Marshall ?t ul Ap '-al from tbe Supreme Court of l->?u. '-'r Ju*ti?? Orle.r di .irered the pinion of this court ufflrmiim the de^'eeof r,*id .*upr*m*ut<utl in iiiih . will co?ti?. No -H. lll-hnrd B?in ?t>'1 Mmry B<in*? Marr II \jfpeal ln.u the i lrcuit I'ourt of U.e Unicoi St:.trA or 1. ami Mr. iu* ion MoLean d?ll? * >"? t.ie opiuioa of ih- r u.-i .i?fliriuiui{ tii?,d*Tf o <1 tli? I. t'ouit < ourt in thn c ?lth ooSuH No 43. The United hfatm vn Aodr?w H ?diie, Jr. *t *). Krror to th? rirou<t ? '?urt of li*- Unied Htattt* for Loul.-una. Mr. Justlcn .\loL?an leliversi thn opinion of th" eoar', romri'tng th? juiiKiifnt of th? Circuit t ourt, and r?m?ndii)fjjtiu* chum ?i h JirmtloMi to>iwaid a venire lariat lr noun. 144 Win. Homton at Hi. v* the ' i'y Bank of ".'-w Orifftm A( p ?i from tbc Supr?o>* < ourt of Louidaiia. vir hisf Initio* T?ncy il?liv?r?d tbo oplnioi1 of tbc oourt, raTfrsiug tb? d?cr?c of i.iid .*<uprcinc Court and rcmandlug ih^ cau??, with ilirectionc to b?t prooeed'd with in conformity to the Opinion of tbl.? court No. *214 Mary Ann V?n Nm* ?b. I'ornnliu* P. V?n Noun Appeal from rh',Ctr,utt court of Ihc United tttate* *or Waoliington, D C "n motion f I Mr. i axp thin ?pp. -il ??< lnoh' t "1 anl di?ani?#d with onita No 'JlS W H Vun Bur*u, VV. II. L>ign'n, UM, k>3 Krror from the ircuit t'ourt of l.h? I j olted Statea t-it Washington, D 0. t)i? motion of Mr Brailey, this writ of ?rr. r wir'd'usketed, and di"m.p'?'| wi b cnpta N'o 190 ??l^r <i. Hog* ?t ?\ y?. John LS Km>r?nn K'ror to the C ircuit Court of tn? Lalted ,>ta'?? tor N? w York Mr Justice Woodbury d<-li*ere I tos (.pinl? n of the noart, uUirmim; tha p >lnt* brou ht up by ?taa re?ord ; but * mtmrnri bn?jDi{ bom nH-r??rit* ?k-ii mi'l ?*?r I' 1 " b~ < up other polo's nil - H" 1 to <|*?|* been ruled Of OW ju^nwnt in uapended No. II . N?w >t?niu N Titfuuon < ompany ti iler-'ianta' linn* of Boston App-iil trora the Circuit Court of the Unit.- 1 Mm:-n for ithole lsn?nl Tri thts c*r? Mr. Chiff Justice Taney and Justices vlcl.-?.i, W and Nalioti m ku npluion urliTered by the latter ?fl1r med the jadgm?nt belrnr, In admiralty, on 1t,e contrict lor tall 'linu'< Justice* Catron mnd Woi'lbary. In opinions delivered I y each, concurred in lb* jud. nieut, on the grnimd of a tort coiumitteii by the respond nts. Just'ce I) <ni?i end Wrier dissented fiom both The oourl adjiuruad (conditionally) to the 1st Mouday of May next. tfuaa*a Trial Th? trial of Dr. Ccolldga, of W?terTllia, M? ,lor the nnird-r of Mr. Matthews, iu to uotnmeuce at Augusta, on the I 4th Po.lce iHtcUl^eixe. Charge of F?rg"y Offlotr ' ro*att, of tha iuwer pollo?, anil Hulse of theJJ w.rd arrested, yesterday, m?n by the name of James C. U tardus on a warrant i?tu?d by Justice Drinker, wherein h? stands oharir?d w.tb for kiu^ a pronns?ory note h' U0 day* dated J una 1st, la 17, drawn to the order of K I'rosby ?nd signed W Kintfsley, for th? sum of (111 30 I I.ta note Bogardiis passed a* collateral security, to Henry Wilbur, No ll'l Murray street, lor the loan of f>J7. Bngardua omitted to pay ton >Ji bk< k to Mr YVIlbur, anil on rel".-ru-'H to the note hi security. It w*? as'^rttlned tb t the wBol# atf?ir wax a fraud an-1 forgery, doua merely to obtain the money from Mr. Wilbur. Jttiolhtr Char#'.? Another oom>plaint wan likewise mada rmterday tagamet Bouardus by Nathan D. (lull*, ol i46 YVaahibglou street. who.it appears, oaine la towu t f?w wtickn ai<o. with frin hors?s for sale; and after ?eIliOK the horses Uoxatdu* borrowed JIOO from Wulla, ?nd *a?e hiuj a oheca dr-an on the North IliTer Dank, tor that flutu, made payable tn t be coirp'ninant's order, and purporting to hi signed by K (). < ro?by, wbiah subsequently proved to b? a Irau 1. as no fundi* w<-r? In the ha:,k to meat the clieclt Upon these facta. Jaatise Osboraa locked 1 iia In tha Tomt.a. In default ol ball Sut/iicivn of .irton.? ^ charge of arson wan under lo?>*?tlKat|on y*nerday before Justice Konine, wherein vlr John YVilco*. jeeel'er, wee d-iained on suspicion of litfli k set tore to his store. It app ars i ha1 about tfir?e o'clock on Monday m< rninz, the jewelry stole No 3.itf Bowery occupied by Mr. YVilco* w J tiiscoverrd on (lr*. whioii not only burnt that atore. bu'. Um dt?llla<i on both niie? Mr. Abraham I'aradiie, who neld>* ?t No' JSH lie it, door* but on? to the atore saw Mr YVilcox in the b??'k yard of hi* (tor*. ?. ;<hort time previous to thr lira being discovered It ia iurih?r slated that. \1r. YVilco* r?wo?ed hi* iaoiily, and a portion of bis lock a Uw da>i previous to tiie tire On tb??e acts l>eini( made known to Jastica Ronnie. it faulted in tha <-ivlw be)uk j lace i under investfga'ioo, which had not breu completed wh. n th* > fB nlosu I YV? understand vlr. YVilco* waa Insured in the United ntat?8 General Insurance Company tor *1 |i 0 orkoiiVAN stATISIICS from I vouroi* til At i* l??iTK ii worthy ??t reliance, we luvr glemrd th* following facta resp-oting O.-egun : Them tire white tOpulafiou would fall a little below 700H Yb u 40(1 ?-e i atb olios. mostly ?ft unftiinn descent The m?th i ?t* "T* the most uumrroui There are iili.rrethsg tu 'r.odiat episcopal preachers, who bold m? liigs ?t (?? or it) ft?tione, ?ud i or 1" local pr>? 1. ra be?i les J pro.etAnt inathodlat cierttjuun Itaptia. tui/an uar - I ; C' n<.-eg.t. tlonal or pieabyterian clernyojek t, ?a 1 feTrral Cauipballlti prencheia K'gular pbyeicians, 4 . 'jutcka, tuuiher uukoawn ; educated Uwyera, 4; p"ttlfojger*, namher unknown S*w-ntijla H to 10 an 1 ll u. luilia 4 to A. rh. ?... ,..?f < ? nr . i hi? ???r ei i (bat 11 <k.i \ fi r. nj?r y?r. Ccc^iderable ?'.(eiif.i'n .11* b?*n p?;.J to tchooiB. Kn ?<jttioa f W#bet? r* ?p-lliutf t>ok h?? h<*?a publiitud ?t tb? Sp't > > W o V ,e ?ptr 18 publUn' J lu th? oouutry H'bilti irirr? *r m*n? t.reouf*ji .g !?<v#tu r*d?iU to tbe pt??*ut e.n<iltt*u of the Ore* 11 rtcAAv, there i? OB" 'hut .p,)t'w? a?rk * 1 prun a* 1'here ?re many of the n?"ly errived auiigr 1 ti eeolutely epp< wd to ?uy r?fltriotlou> uiioii th > m muaoture inl ??i? fcf lntotii?*Un* liquor* Some :r*dn* 1??i?g t?kfu u iviiut?x? of thr ohnii|(<' In the l?w? 0' . untry, h?T? ttoo'lfd the plan? with rum md bi>?r uly.? kVr . i ? th? fnriida ot ??tot?.i ?uj t >! > will n< r lAiirc or .-Id une Inoh of t'rritory ?tthut m of.ii r?M?taree 'V? h.if b*. -d eui Ujh of thu < untry t tltot ? brlunif, wealthy, k>r< sprraui en I uu>r?l <" uiiDuni'y wilt r.t Ion* dw U u; u thi banki i f th.' l)r?<- n and Wll?iQ ttf We hi p* the i>etU*r < ' t ii?; rekl.,nwili tint *il to rea.l the or f in and bisiory of t i? a 1 > e* or New 'm'.aud I.ik? oau'M wll. proluce like tlm.a. - U>njitiu r rich Boat* oame up to Hp 1. o? on Mtur Jay II : ??en thaf. l?c? and New iitlm.'.e, the iae li r*iy hio, and It riuld require but a ? ry tight fre?ti?t t.? *t?rt i? fro lite p< In*. I I-m tu.?y be looked tor, ae lb> recent tail of u..w Pioet fo. ; v? *%y b-f.ive tbe warm h.re riiiofc uow M It,?i4t**ai?j( Alan* II,