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New York Times, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1873, New York, New York flofk VOL, XXII___NO. 66C9. NEW-YORK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1873. PRICK FOUR CKVI'S. TWEED'S JURY. They Last Scenes- In'erest- ing IntemewB with Juror.; Important Statemect from Jir. tri.tl i U> a )ury U'llh.arti -'iw by ttiL- aiHUirrcnitii-iic
tbo In In bAanl Aint iintininoi t h''i-ii anil ci'nMul Ui the acoiu'v wnro h IM tioen ihm of "tioxn" Jlenc- it in tlut tlin result or tun tnal wia forward to witb ilii- bj tbo jrett; tnvn uf tJie pt'oplo. nuit thp eonTietlau of ansloualy Nor tbeae feolmis dli-tiiU'd a poluuMl or bias; 4ll nhttdfi of iiolliirai and ui trie nopf tint womld be nx-iml out, to ttio tti'rf of wo'lil and cli.it Kio livw wojld hi1 vridir itt'O. Uifl trl.il proffresoeil tlipro was. llltle firncmput t'lhlliilpil. Frt'iiui'nt imbllcii- Uon of ttif robtwriPH tho ri'tmliir nlml wtlh ctiaracler aoil wi.'kcdueHH, ami dPtaila teAtitlPd to by (itrrey fttid ottran OD tbo stHtiJ did not produce any iarprirve. Bacisfftolion at the of tbe chief offoodor aecmcd tbo only notieeiblfl feature. Gradnik'ly. DOWPTPT, u rumor obtaiotM carrenoy tbat to liio )ury-boi aiiaUMl eleuinatx tbaC would pnive fatal to the eatiM of and Uiat. true to hid old IruiUnoUi. thn txxw" or big aefnU b.wl nifwlt- efforts LO fli thinns." Daily tbt'so rumorx tbey croot try intlmaduo am! In ttio trl.U ituplf. ami dnrtlly towtvrJ the c I sine of Mr. Tnimgln foancl It DrWAwiry to call attention to tbem lu the prrecoceof tile Court and Jury. But overylhinn fulled. Kvideaco of tfce and OICHI explicit character waj ud- U> prove DO avuloucd was broil tarward u> contr.iju-c it. and deaplte tbe earueat oannwl. and thu el-Mr and able of the Court, no conviction wus pro- cured. tbejnry rolirorl, late on Thursday eveulne. meo d capita tbeir fears 10 tbo contrary, that a conviction would bo (ipcedily but when mmulOH lengthened luto loan, and tno )urr did not bonont men were oompcllod to think tnat thoir booea of .aatloe woald prove lulale, and Bf the trial would CMS unoclor tmiaipQ for tbe BOM." An In pap-rs. the Jury loeked np for the oletit, aud ejrly vesterdar Immrune crowd tQc cor- rvlors and aalU of the annouflly awaUiiwc the verdict. For an hour before the eoart room was It. -vafl utterly Impossi- ble to --neiit a thmuati tho mitw'of hu- man beiom wbo aoaght adraiaglon. and fneddnof tb.i dotpojant, aiomberi uf the and I'Uiera. oulv aucoeeilod in entering ihroimh the oourtesy of ihe officers, who permitted iheui to tbroncli Clip private duors. Tln> two Kind of TwiHl the earliest bo the coart. Kvidently they mere ludiffTt-ut tut to tin- ttino any or- diaarr and Jokcil. 1 inehi-rt. and con- with jnd evt-ry one At lu1, Iho door ibrowfi and a trpmendoiis rush was made fur otMitluiii. No iiiaa wvrncd to tbmk of obtaining a pcrloctly (aClaflird wtrb ,inr po-utioo which Id pnable to obtain a view of tba defendant itid Jurr iliwjirR. Trvrnpin anil Pnckbaiu, sturdy and advucAtca of the people. rarurit liitKirs ilenprvpd a more 1'iKt reward, were promptly In attoud.iuce. but it WM painfully evident that ttiey had IOSE all o' a rei.dArrd by the jury. Tney took tbcir Tw-td. ar-conipniiind by QIH counsel, tbcii put lu an With Ibe inmost frnid he loot bm pi u-c ami ralinlr tbt> of M rt coolnpftfl miiftit well put to tlM> hluptri the iMKiM on the frtrcrt ruotid him Iirr-wwd ui tin usual neitii cloru-'il be the r-inbodiniont of dlihuiioaty. His (vjuiiHH bun tbo gauio sou timpnt of liuliff.TP-co thev Ijiitrtied but lr would bf hanliliood IndeoJ to My th it tMf> ,tn xojirctttl. I'recieely at Hie .1 h MI- J jJo> apt-ned the eoiut inJ tin- Jurv win nninediiktely for. Pend- tht ir .irriv r In the b.-. liavis will If It Bar ou Monday iho .Towili ,nli Kiviim vein tu left court Mr. Pooktla'u i trial niiroedtatHv. ami uv surpnws. Jmiga mati.ir llm uiorniuK, aod De pluced ul A'rer HIP adjournment of buffered round tne iu lau- comp to But VOU.ti.JU4. K-e VOU.ti.JU4. K-e yaw. ff, ,r V IU Cuy ..1V1. Jh _lt. 'u u" tuepnieeeii.Ktitii.oo.rt> si-idi, MhMT rilt Jl H V m havm l lx Mr hfld agreed upon a verdict, and tbe fore-nan re- plied mat thev hud dot. Jndao there .my prospect of yonr tieiug able to Mi. foreman I Tho Kuieiniin replied iliac ho ooulil not he inouffht not. Daviri, after a fow minutes' thnueht, I suppose you have eiprtc-d nil efforts lo and I do not see Ibut nny benefit can result from vmi oai longer. At tho Hume time, if nny of ttio of thp nirv would like 10 express any opinion on that mihjpot, I should 'luc to hour him, a.i lo the prub ihlllty of A J i'cr HIOIX! up them w IH no ITIIH- They wi're tlit K e Ol C i.'v i n n r. in lie i1 i d ,11 ii o n i' IMI ninlrrti In f tii" uiioii cm Hie or I UK xiii p l50lt'l e on llie t'ltv, im we- to Illl'l. I un-, i I n. 11.- M urn li.i vc cx- lii i.'poiniiix'iif. IH iiei'ii in v nn, and On thn ull lei t tn n j.iililio Mi 1 lie olit.lll ei] K, most und in if tin' ch ir.ii'icr. tiv a tie-ill t llurt ro .trrun ut mime cinieliision feel ,r Mich us (Ins. unn Mi1! th.it til" luiv Ii kvo hei'ii iihle to arrive 111 ,1 Coili'lll-Hill TIKI fi'el (Hit It IH und for the furtherance of public Justice th.it result miuiilil innnc- ill.ti, i v IH- m ii it. ttn move ttio of HUM cni- iu at tlilH urcHcnt irini u'k Ihn Court, to dirocl u, imrtel of juro s lo llo riuiiiiiioncil. and jirocivd w 'Ii i lie ii i1. Mr I'leln We think, your Honor, ttilsi request li nun I mill rciuiii liuliie, uuil not lo lie acordeil to. We nuve been eitginred now tlie better p.irt of tlir.-e weeks. Htnce the flih of Jttmi.iry. in thn irml of the cime. vVe mo all Wo do not feel able In enUr imnnsimU'h" ou tbo rc- trml ot ttie cu4c. The Htruln upon body, as woll us uinul, b.iM oeon very grcut. Imvo boon keot iu u court-room not [U for an v body to tiretttuo lu, uim I. for oui', cmiuoi o IK! iiro sucu atmosphere (mother tlnpo weeks. sidos, Mir. notified llmt tho civil is lo bo brought on peremptorily, on the 17m of February, with an intimation thut it will bo culled ou: ot MS ord r. upon tlio right ot preference tiy tlio and our at- tention mum be drccted to u, mid hiw beea in part; and Woauall need all iho time wo cuti spnrp from other avouutlons lo prepare for it. Wo think it woiil'i Ix1 a very grout luittlshlp if we mioiild bo forced into A trl.il of this caso now aud wo think, moreover, that there ought U> a little time for us all to nool before wo uuolhcr operation that will lie linelT lo heat in tills hus done, for It has gtnoraled un uunauul qininlity of hem all u roll int. We do cot suppose this case Is 10 bo tried dif- fcreutlv fpiin others. This is tbo niglieHt crini- mal court ID Clio City. The Jml m full of mur- (lorcra; this is u c.mi; of uilaiicuicunoi, aud wht It Hhoiild Lc sought lo bo taken out of llio ordi- nary conrsc-wo do not uuderntuntl. Ttie ozuiu- pte of a caae being taken out of tho ordinary course because of clamor iimoug the puiilio or In the newspapers, is doirlmoutal to Justice; u tends to pervert Its course, and we, protest agajoat It. those persons occtiHed of vlo- loot crimes be tried. It is of more importance lHan that this cuso of misdemeanor should bo tried. These arc public considerations; tho others are pnvaic ones; and on liorii we rogpeot- fullv, but currjpstlv, oDject 10 the trial of tills case Kunig on again. Mr. Honor, tbe counsel ore- icots three scpnrato rcosoDs lor noi going on witL the trial. Fn-sl, on account of tho trcikt meutal and etritn utinneed on counsel for iho defoueo. The dcfoadai t in this caso bus bad the fortune to ho by BOQIO sovou oi 1'igtit different counsel; iho prosecution has been conducted, as far us the labor has ueeii concerned, by two, usslsterl by thn advice and aid of thts District-Attorney in person. I ibmk, also, the Court may take notice of tho fact thul the senior counsel for the prosecution bus come Iroiu ibo lobor of weeks In tnc caso preceding tlilH, and there at least an eqnai strain and labor on side. NolwHuniuuding tnat. wo are rcndy to enter now ou another trial, nml wo do QOI feel that Cto strain upon us ban been so groat but that wo nri> to enter upon Iho fJu- of another. It strikes me that aiuong tlio uiultltuiic of cwuiispi for tnc (lefpiidunt. if those who took u particularly proannctit part tiitherui worp reliovcu tjy others, tho strnln might lie dvoidml As for the civil suit, I willw.iy I am ttlsu engaged In if, aud (br prbiiuratnins und lauor of It arc on mo eriiiully with this now btjine although I Mluill Uuve too iiuvan- tugo in the civil suit of the aid of tho associate Mr. O'l'iinor. Of courfc, if when tac civil hint com.'s on be tried we an- on thin cube. It ho i-ieot reason for adjourning the civil unit An ailditlouAl reanou IH that thorn uru numerous c.ieco for hicii criinc.s imw winimg io ht> triiHl. ami tlmt public justice (iemadds ihat tboy shoulil he tried flrnr. i apprelicnd the Dounsel is not charged with ttie c.iro of public; and If the Dnincl-Attorncy. In Ihe dis- ot Ins duty, seus Ut tu movo for trlnl ibis of misdemeanor, to bp-suru by which wus tukeii 11 oni the public treasury alono is Be the judge nf what is rlgbl. 1'unlic jiiHileo luunrld that wbon a case U entered should be brought to a couatasmn shall 8ny Ibut a man in guilty or Sot guilu aud, therefore, I that the vroceod. Judue feol some embarrassment on dun motion, w hich dix-s not arise out of tne of counsel nor thi< eih.ntstlon of the wuk'b has noi been taken nuo coiiKtderu- 1011. Mr. liartlctt Your Honor is of age." Jiiiltfe Ann I DegiD lo feel my age. It atlse from tlu< impoii.inci-of tliirt I inn a i to Uio of this icrm, in on Mund.iv thu regular lenti liej; n-. would be two coin is m-clou. It .itrr.-en uio ih.it ilicre is 'Oiui' litlle pdiliniiuasmt-nt mere Mr rr.cMi.im ntiiintird tb it Iin was nuablc lu id via- (lie Conn on trie Mr. (.ir.ili.irii Ic cjiinot ovei lau the term bc- fluuiug ou Moinl Them Is no IIIIVIIT giii'ii bis coint sncli an a nricci.il nt itnwj gives Hie tteiH-rul fcHalonit. to ovr.i-liiu un liulppendent ettu. TtiM prosecution itiltintcd ID He- ucuiber, 1ST1. Uetweeu cunt mid Uocembcr, they iiidiclmeutH on the defcndaut n the Oencr.il besiions. noiio of n-nu-li tliey ried. aud ou one uf wiilch Lnoy HOiiglu U) com- mit him without ball. Down (o Uciobcr tbvle was uo moilon ou tho p.in ol urosccu- lou. In pclouer IIIRI, laiu linlictiiiciit now be- foro tlio C'uurr, fat nn we know, was first Iriiwu, cert.iinly HUB first presented. We dc- uuiiileil cony on trio-.Mill of Ocloher, and did lut receive n until the IHh of November, so hat, tins prosvciuion is scarcely iwo nioiiilm dd. The dofeinKint biiH piiKMcd through n innl :aat lor weeks, ll U a (jui'stioii wlmtliur tno prosi ciition can pick out the most dlsad- timi lor him. If ibo Coin t ufo.s ih.tt he prortnution n iiieir power peivorscly, the dlscietion of tne Court can arrest iheir ac- tion, uud iuiMX'1 tbclu in constiU soincw hat the otiveineiicp .iiid iifhlsof the accuseii, as we.ll t of tns coiinHel. Tlicy b.ivc iried Mayor Il.ulln October. They IUVH put born trials bt-foro tho public, lu oue nowsp.iptu I MUW to-duy, there is 1111 in licio n which tuey seem lo exult ovur the efforts uirtdo heiu to whip lu" this Jury. If theso njutliucnts iiro 10 be breathed lino ihn coujuiiin- ty at this iliuu. und every ellurl is miiilo by tlio I'rcsa to prejudico men against uim. I biibmit ihat, U la a serious consideration whether Do is to huvo a fair aud Impartial trial; not ooly 'iiir. but impartial and whether be would ho to his conslitntlonai priv- ilege at this time. If Mr. I'eckham pro- to ruafce tho buulnens ot hunt- Mr. Tweed a coiillniiul occtipuiioii, wu do oot. If tbe people are so hnoral n thu coiapena-itton uf counsel as tu make it, woith while for counnel to Uevoto theuiKcivus entirely tu their lutcruats, individual luoinoors ot tlio (JefeDHH are uol disposed to glvu up ull their nmo to Ihe caae. If Mr. Peekhain is du- joned to give himself to this nulll it Is disposed of. ouo way or other. lor tbe dotenso, wuo arc welebdd down witb il not be compelled tu the saorlQYu to wnlt-h Mr. Peckbaiii is willing. Wbatevur eager- ness there 14 ou tho part ol tbo public in n.ivu him tried, thuy ought to bo ontiolleil for tbo prt-.ent, for will see lliat every effort was ud'ie by the Court and the authorities lo bnug t 'o a ciimc. JUO' bad a rtgtit to illaauree. Ju.ijjc won'l bt- not UK- t Mr. Buirnl-Anu HC .tslii-o ror delay ou alll- davit Judge I will n Mm tins luolion und Minidei L, nuul i i n.unow. The conn men .Kiiinii u plueed iitjon IBP list from wliloti Iho Jurors wpni to IIP ilr.iwn. Therp IH not even any property (liinlinYiiilnn required, iinllkp ovcry othor coun- tv In the State, in that respect, und ho may put In u puiipcr. Tli 11 only roforenoo lo II.o proncr- Iv qniilillcallon IH one wlnoli siiys tlmt Mo may PieiiHo JiirorH If they nro not worth but thprp IH no rich! clvpn to eltlier party to ohjpot to a (iiror on tho Kroiinil Iin lias no proper- ty (iiiiilifleutlon. Tlio pnrtlCH who HIIIIHIIOII tlio jurors that Iho panel Is drawn from may summon 8iie.li jurors an will answer their purpose, and ns no ovidoDco from which you can judge whether my orUlclfims arc Just, I will state thn wondor- ful contrast m tho character and nppnarnnco of ibe Jurors, as a general thine. In the Htokes and In tho Tweed C.-IHPS. In the Stokte cufv, the Itinff deslrerl that Stokw) should bo convicted bc- causo ho bad killed Fmk, who watt n orotnlnont Difiuber of tlio Rtnc, und a preat loss tn ttipm. thojnrorn who appoarcd In court h.rvliiK boon drawn and properly summoned were, remarkable for their Iniolliimiw. On the oilier Imud, In the Twopd casn, Ihe iiirorH wlm aTijieurfd wore oqunlly romurkablo for their ap- parent want (if liiiclllKenco. and In both CIISCH thin circumstance of thn IntclllKonce in tho for- nior caso nnd the waul of it in the latter was tho subject of universal comment. Nowiisiotho fuels. In the Twocd case, out of n PHUIM of 100 Jurors summoned by ihu Court and drawn, only twenty-nine persons appealed, from whom tho principal portion of tho Junirs wore drawn. Tlio remaining Jurors wore required to appear on a Dai licular morning in court dnrlnc tho trial, oil nu order granted by the Court, to show CUUBO why they should not bo fined for lliolr non-attoudskuco at tho time the jurors were called. Ttiey niipoured In n body during our trial, and ihclr rcraurkablo appoarnnco for their Intolliirciico nnd their respectahllltT prespntcd such a contrast to tbo jurors on trnil to boa subject of surprise, und no man could observe tlioin without noticing It. Tlioeo jurors came forward lo give their excuses In ihe for their 11011 npiipiirnnop, and the; Judco inilorscd their upon paper which hod bnon arrved upon ttioni to siiow cauhe why fJioy should not bo fltieil. In eaijc nfter cnao ll ap peurod from thoir statements, and IB Indorncd by the Judge upon record, tliut Iho only rcuson why llity did not appear WHS beouuso thuy hail not boon summoned D; nil, and in nuiaeruuH ciihPs i hey slated Unit (hey had been At homo about (heir business on tho day whin the Hherifl was required to summon AN KXTKAORDtNAIlT ClllCirMhTANCK. Nnw. thut there should bo only twentj- nine jurors summoned out of 100 by tho Klu-rifT. IH nue of ihoHe clrciiiiistitncrM from which all men nrc comiiolent, as well as inyBclf. to draw tlii'ir opinions. The Blipriff, It IB known, wan u ptTKOiial and political friend of Tweed. I am liifornu'd. but I know not how the truth ic, (ho ConiujiBHioner of Jurors, who moilo UD the list, un.i also his porsonnl nnd nolitlcnl friend. 1 am also fhls I know uotbliiK IbiiD Hie Clnrk of llic County, in whoso presence, ns veil us thut of trio Sheriff. Llie Jurors ordered by the Court, are to bo drawn, IH also his personal and political friend. It was perfectly apparent, Irom the start, that wo were id ho swiiuipcd In this CIIBO by a dis- qualified Jury, In th" KcnHO of fairness, hitolh- u-nnce. iiiia impartiality, und yet, there bt-liit mi required from tlio lurors, tin in othor counties In the Coiiimin- oloner of Jurors OOIIIK iimdo law the oi elusive Judge of tlielr (jiialillrnr inim, und tho prosi'ention Inivliii; tmt three pi rcinrtloTj' were comnetlcil SOOM to discover lti.it we worn onlivply tlondpd unlit and disiiinjluod Juruib. We huvo dis- covered, since tlie trial cuinmuncid, other f.ictH thai loud to show tho (ipculmr nioilo nf nilmlnistenni; Jiistlco in the City of New-York under the luw, and the administration of Iho oftlccs that wpni lirontrht lino existcnre while the King won m power, and giiarding nnd fortifying thpir citadel of jioAcr, pHpccnillv Hint r'cliitmg to llie courts, the of Iho Jurors, anil tho Kenernl ad ml of jnsln c 111 tlilH (ICV. A (IN THK JUIIV. Wu now le.irn one (if tlio jnrois in thin caso a mini totally destitute of pioiicrly IDiu bo was wliut was cnmnieuly called a on the docks; tlmt was never known or BPOU for yrnre with a de- cent suit of clothes until ho wns drosBcrl up ;icd by some niyHterlous proci'Md brought into tbis court. Although Iho Sliciiff retrrrocd that ho wus uol tjiimiuoncd either pcraouully or by ropy, yoi wlion tlio 100 names wero culled by the Clerk, before drawing out tbe mimes of tho Jurors, this man ap- peared and answered to Ins name. IIv wtmt mysterious process he was brought into court uiuy be ouslly guessed liy those who know that tue counsel for tho prisoner won: furnished with a copy of tlio pmicl before tho Jurors' names wcru culled, aud lu linio for this man to have, bevu brought m us a Juror. Another (if tlio Jurtrs. it la reported to mo. was a mock auc- noiicci, aud I uui told lliat his mlvciliHoinent, will appear in tue newsp.ipars tlial bo advertises every day tdr uiturc for sale liy a duiiily Just none (o mid that thin has been iliec.ise for moulds. AN EX CONVICT ON1 Tlir. JUIIV. Another of ttio W.IH iihunriiiincil at ler (tie truil boon coiivlcrpd, at KtcliiiioniJ, Va., of an oBiinse against tlio Ucvo- nue lawH, uud sentenced to ouo year's iniDriNon- meiH in ttio nt Albiiny; that lie had served out his time, hut it is proper to add that we learned that ho was pardoned by iho I'rusi- dcnl ou tnc last day of Ills Iiirm. Npw If ihe Commissioner of Jurors decided that this man a man of good moral character, which is the only qualiUcation uialer llie law of 1870 i-ulailni; iu Jurors m llio City ot Xoiv-Yurk, Ihul s.uuo liuv miiuo him tho exclusive JudKo of thu ijuiiliil- ciillous, aud hln Judtfuionl wus final and con- clusive, from which we can learn llio kind of of- ficer wlioao made oonclusivu, und nu own hiHiiit.int of (jualifloaliuiiB nmy bis luitffcii of by you us well .is by me. ON JURIES A ntOFITADM! Auothci of thn )ui-ors, as wo have an affidavit, to show, ban dcclurod mat ho nnd found sorv- 11.g on lurips u prufltahlc husincss, in substance, and ilint. if he could only net on thn lurv in Tweed's he could rnnkon deal u' moiioy. haVu un sflldavll showing tnut luoiniiiciii Tammany men, warm personal iriuuus of tbo nolemluni. and nolonnus polin- eiiiiiB, wore In frequent couiuiuulcation with soino of Ibo Jurors ilnnug ibo u-ial, und one wus upnrd to call out 10 one of tncso men very funiiliurlv by his uiekiianio, hailing tion that one of the Juron anotier juror bad Invited him lo RO to a certain place and moot a third party not belonging to the Jury. The counsel wero overwhelmed wlih iinonymouH communloatloue during tho trial, showing that tho Jurors woald never give a vei- dlcl against Tweed, assigning various ronuunB thorofor, but declining lo disclose their uamoa for tear of tlio oanscqucucca of exposure. The reports that euiite lo nu froui nnranr- oue sources, and from Intelligent mrni- bora of tno liar and otoorij, wern that the Jury was so constituted i hat U would lie impossible lo pineol anything else, than au acquittal or a iliBairieemrnt. We wero obliged to UHO our last poiomptorr ohallenuo in gouincr rid of a liiror. before was given, upon reliahlo informntlnn Hint bo waa nn4.qunlltlcd lo doelde fairly bolwcon ihe peoplo uud tlio do'ondinit Tweod. Reconsidering iho question curelully whether wo nnd aufUciont information to JuHilfy no nttnmpt to break up tho trial, but ns ttio Constitution of the Tinned H Ui IPS deoiiircs tlmt no man shah be iwieo put in for tbo aauic offenso, via wi-.i-e unalilo to tlmi Hiidlrleni lemii grouud lo jusiliv an appeal to (lie Court lo dlvcbargu tnojnry, becaiino wo feurod triiitsuch a discharge, would us n luir to any fniiiro prosecu- tion nf the dofonduiit upou the rarao Indict- nip.nl. Wo therefore detormlned to proceed. with i no perfect coiivioilon and belief Him ull we could hope or expect to accomplish wus a dhnuroeinent of tlio jury, uad with strom; up- DrcnoiiHiuiiH that there would not he Hiifllctont llriiinpHs, integrity, and fairness In the jury to prevent, an irliHoluti1 THK CASK AOAINHT TUB Tne OIIHH made agnliist too dafendaut was eo strong, nnd tho nlinrgp nf tho so clear, Hint (heie IH no jury thut could bo found in rlic Hiuto of Now-York and (intnldo 01 this City that, in my Jndnmont, would haye hcsltntcd flrteen nilinuoH before rendering a verdict of guilty. Kvorv mnn who hus a trial m a Civil or criminal sun In tho City of muat depoud lor his JiirniH npou the name list drawn In tne pres- ence uf iho s.-iino oiTirers summoned In tho same manner as was dono in the case of Stokes and [n my Judgment, tbe tninds of Ito- forra Inrvo an immense amodnt of labor to perform before tlipli work will be donp, and tho most iinporlant thing that now rcm.nus IH lo clear out these Augean stublcs, tbo orguniK.i- lion, und siinimonnig of Jurors In ibo City n f Now- Yoi k. This trlnl had been, Dy reason of tho character of tho Jury alone, a muck- er v nnd ropionch to tne nume ol justice. Tlio prosecution accomplished everything tlialoonld piisslbly be accomplished by nioi Idl mini. Thn indictment was Riislulned aealnst every a-sault. Tile wliolo of tbo people's ohurxea wore fully and fairly developed on the trial. There wnn not any mntorlul elrerimst.iDoo left unproved. A cunrgo trom the Court clearer, more marked by leurning nnd Donoetf, dellvcrod In u nmuiier more rrraurkablo lor Its IIPHB, dignity, and carnettnew, has ocvor IIPOII pronounced In ibo State of New- York. Nothing but partiality or other mo- tives. -winch you can dourmino well as I, could have prevented a prompt verdiot oi guilty. In my judgment It wl'il be for the people, wbo are mainly Interested In the wliolo system of tho City of New-York, lo dctTinliio whether that system shall remain unchanged, nnd llius, by thrlr nmetivity. or ociiuifseencu in a great wrong, bnc'ouie to their humiliation and diBgiace, or wholhet ihpy will procure u thorough reformation or the evils tlmt have been sn plainly developed by ibo line experience. THE DEFKCTS OF Till: JDET BYBTBM. I nm well awnre that some of tho purest and most Intelligent Jurors In tlio country are per- sons wild do not possess a property qtfaliflca- tlon, bin I allude to the exceptional cnaractcr nf tho legislation hero to show thut It Is lint like, that which obtains in every oilier county of the Btate. whero tho Juror 18 rniimrud to possess certain property qualifications. 1 don't menu in anything I have saul 10 make nnv charge agtrmm auy nnolic oflleer. I am Hiwaklnt of tlio, defects of the system ask exists, and of tbe facilities that aio afforded in llio protection of the rnoa of gicut political power mid Influence residing in tbe City, when charged with ibo commleston of offenses against tlio law of tbe country. When tho Jmleu u.id overruled a principal challenge 10 u Jnnir, a cbnlleuo to the furor was them m lorpoBcrl, win eli was died br the two first Jurors, and lln-rii: jurors bud u in tucir power to sal aside or admit ovory Juror that waa afierwnrd called, to whom a challenge to tho (.ivoi had been tnterpoeed. In my Judgment this should bo changed, and the Court alono should be made tbo tiihumil of An- other grout evil pjie tu In flonttnluc tho people to throe poremptorJjtinaHenirefl. In capital cusca ihpy wore formerly allowed flvc. By ibo act of 1H7-J they wero allowed three. Both panics, ID my Judgment, in all fiiirnew. In capital cases and in misdemeanors, should bo allowed twelve or IHleon poioniplory challoncrae. With BIICU rc- forrus and sncli otbeiH as will readily suggest iliomselvcs to tboce who wltuonaed thouvila growiug out of tho present syBMnu, I see no rcn- HOO now, with a now Judiciary arid ao imjirovod slate of things existing in New-York, lu doubt Justice, cuiiiiot be an well adraliusierca lu Ihii CiiynHiii nny otlicr locality In tho Htiile. Wituiiin. such reforniH tho chaooee nro that a ncii und powcrml criminal may easily escapo and defy all pfTuris 10 oonvtot him In ihli Cnv. Mr. TieiDiiin snnsequeiitly said that tbo Jury in tlie ciiae stood aovuu for eonvloilon anil live tor acquittal. In regard to tbo eleventh Juror IHI said ho received numerous communications, but jnoforrod lo buy mulling on tlie onhjoci. What thr Farcmnn el cbfi furj A 'I'tsiK.s called on Mr. Louia Arii- heini, torouiini of tlio Tweed jury, at bin stiiro, No. Third nvriiun, last ulgbt. Mi'. Arnhcitu, whobe mainiers are frank and oirreeable, wus talking in an acquaintance when the reporter Onteied, bnt nt once oanio forward on learning thul n viHltor wunted to speak with him. Mr. Avnhrlm having invited tlio reporter to br seut- oil. the following conversation eobiind Aiulielm, I cullftd 10 ask yon for flome Itifiirinunoii as to how tbe Jury stood in the Tweed I-UHC. Mr. Arnhulin I would be only loo glad to give von any mfoi motion I could on the mihjrct, hin I cannot. licporlor Why nut t Mr. Ariilieim Wnll. 1 will tell von (lie xvlinln (ransnotiou. 1 never on a lurv m uiv lite until I went on tbul of Tweed. LINI nigui. uf- ter wo entered ilm Jury-room, one of Hie jury proposed that each man should tukn un uatn not to reveal anything that took pluce, und I, not knowing how things would turn out, took llie uath without liCBliatlou. I rim heartily Horrv now thai I did ukc tlnu oath, aud wisb'l could unseal my Who wus tbo Juror thai proposed Hie Inking of UK: oulh I Mr. That I oanuot you. an it la u iriirlion ol whut look place In ihe )uiy-room. IJuportcr- Dm each man oil the Jury lake the OHtll 7 Mi. All of them. li IH stated in onn of the evonina- papers thai yon. with two others, whoso names uroalso uaonnoned, were the three Jurors who held out rtEiiliiHi Mr. Twoed'a conviction 1 Mr. Ai n helm Thut stniement lu false. Tim case was loo plain foi1 auv honest man lo doubt. Any nmn who conld count two, throe could seo that It was fraud ull over. Urn (recoiled Ing himsolf) you muat remember lam under outli, and cannot speak any more on this Tho rcHernco of tbe Jury, wlion 1o- leiiuguturl us to how tbev stood, has given to soiiio cxtr.ioidniary rumors, as J riiipuoBU you iiro Mr. YPB, llmvespon elngulnr sloriDH In the papers, ana have worried very iiinuii tin-in, but wnat. r.un wo dot Tlio ciiu sai what luev ploasu. and we can- not opou our lips. Time will tell tho whole truth, though. Then you say you oannot give any liiformaiioii ou tue subject I Mi. No, I oannot. I wish I could. iind I would willingly tcJl joiietuctly how! Fluiid in inn niallor. Bui I know ynu would uut i-xnerl 1110 to violate inj oaiu. (Jorlululy nut. Mi. Tlio truth may possllilv oin in a fpw (tuvH. and If I goe tnat any uf the olIieiHhuvo luvcalnd the trausacllona nf tliut inglil, I mull fotil Jusflllcd iu sending for you und idling you Mie whole truth. Tho public will tlien sen how tlio Jury wcre divided. Mr. Arnlicim louked Urea und ouroworn, und vci j lunch of mo laiitfue and worry conaequuiit on the disagreement. I., conveisn- tion, Ue cusnallv rvmurked that ho not believe thut Jury wonlil agn-e if they had been conlliivd until (looiiisiluy. Not wishing to en gloss mine of Mr. Haio th.iu was ncipHbiiii Iho ropoitiT wiiiirlrcxv, uticr Having ficou UriHineil by fb.it geiuiniiiaii for (lie i iiid time 1'i.n Im regicin-ij vci v (uucii ri to luipurt the di-Hiii d inforuiutioa. Mr. Henry M. Williams, a claim Hgent. WUN not quite80 reticent aa Mr. Ruckwrll. Mr. found at thn DroiiHWiok HDUHL'. corner of Broadway and Twt-nty tlflh-slK-ct. lie ppuku uf IMP uuroHiiicnt Df.tweon iin Juiurn. uHii'led lo by Mr. Rockwell. HH a so.rum outli iidiiiiinptei ed loi-ach mi-nitier or rhojurv hv foieni.ui. Tnr Ontll he cnnsKlPii-d lilliillliu' us tu Un: ingn thut look tilucu In the lury UKUII. In lirjeeoaliigs, Htiiingviy enoiigU. llo did not '.n- eludc auyimng lint tiaiiRtilrcd .-in in thn .1 um- ber nf the nion wbo stood lor roiivieiioii .mil i Im numhpr that Held out for IK qiilnai. Im felt tree lu say, and of Uils lie gave tfio n-Dorter most positive assurikuce thai the lury Hrood nluo for urqultlHl and for cur. Iction. When uskod If much aiguminit, on tin, CDHI-WUM iniliilgod in bPtwepn Ihe JiiruiH, Tilt. Wllliun.H blurted out, Oh. no 1 We siuriititbiuit ilioHnnir from the time we oinered tne ronrii At It o'clock wu hud ui rived at uciincliismn which ic- inniiK'd uiiciiuuucd until we CHIIIO 11110 (oiin Mr. hud tint ot :i IIIHII courK'liuiM of haviiic aircmty sntd too much. lh> tnetl lo chiingo tlm eorivcrHuiion by eoiiiulinii- ingof tlm HinallnesH or llio jiiiv-riiiiin. iinrl iln- (liHonililorin :ind niiiiuvaiici-H to wlileli tin- iurors WCIP uuinpRtlrd to sniiriill during tliclr dolili'Tu tioiiH. Tho roomy he naiu. -.MIS barely Imgu enongb in cont.iin tnblo nnd twolve flmlrs. Mr. coiuiil.ilnod Iliut tlio Jurors wurn obliged to In whiNiiiirH. und tn elosp llio vcntilitors, liccmiM! of the nuintier nf lislci.cra wno wero ondeavoriuu In ovnrlic.tr tlusir oon- vprHiitton. Deiug fun her qaeNtiunod HH wiiclher Ihe Jury dlseusueu the irmi ut nil ulior retiring, Mr. Wlllmnm berunip rc.Htlvr, uud abruptly closed Uji. linorvlpw, unn tenng aoinctbnig about how son y he was tlmt ho could impart no further information. Mr. Knnme! C. lime, Ihe tenth juror, is prourlolor nt u roslnuruiit and Inlr at Iho Hiitti-uvenue en irniicu to Central Turk. Mr. Iliac Is A vmy young but a firm believer in 11111 uolui-n i uie of eileuou. Ills duty, bo mild, he Man per- formed conscientiously, and tlio other Jurors bud performed theirs, ho believed, in tlm HUUJO m.inucr. If ever meo on tho inu nf mis ranli tried to come lo a conclusion, we did." mud Mr. HIDC. To all flintier questions, HIP lentli liiror pleaded his promlgo mudo in 1110 Jin v room. In this connection it may bo staled thut Mr. Hlno coiiivadlotod tbo staUMuoot of Mr. Wililunm, to the eir.et that un oath had been udiumiaterbd by (he (oromuu to the Jurors. Another ef Tbem. A reporter of THE TIMKH, wlio sUioil linhmd tlie Jurors an thuy tiled into and oat of court, followed them down tbo Blairs, and asked one of them, Ttio in us M. Jtoolie, wbellior ho would obleot to stating how they stood dnrlng thn clcht. Tins juror shook Ills hcud and mado no answer. Another, wbo was approached Immedi- ately after, said llie Jurors run told nny one uow they Blood, ami did not then intend lo do so. Tawing from tbe oourt-hoiiso to a neighbor- ing roRtauriuil, a court ofllclal wan met. He had his opinion of thn rumor, which had Just com- menced lo circulate, to the offbct that nine of the Jurors were for acquit lai. Knowing; tliut he would not bo given away." us lie expressed n, by those be was conversing wiih. bo fluid If I was a gambling on to 11 I'd garnbln them nine wus for a conviction. You sold he, wo have the moans of getting information sometimes about ibo wsy Juries stand, and I'm Hire mm no more than itiroc of them wns for an acquittal Inst inglil. autl when they eame in this morning OHO of tlioin said they stood the sume as Inst olelit." There won a feurib he ndflcd, wavering, but he did not go over." "Tlm utlk wus that two of them W.IH said u listener, and I think I could namo them, too." This the reporter thought would bo eitroraolv dcslrnhlo. hut the gentle- man did. not son (Ujnm thcu to name tbo men. Tho reporter next called upon Wm. Huarks, tlie Clerk ol tho court, und found him Inclined to the Irollef that llie majority In favor of convie- lion was large. In tho tenrso of u brief conver- sation, a juror's numo was niontlouod us one likely to he nn the side nf conviction, so ll WUH deemed advisable to pall upon him. lie did not happen to bo at bin ulnce nf biiBiiiiiHs, however, but a rolalivo of hia who w.ts, eaid if he WPIO on Ihe Jury trying Tweed iio could scarcely IIP- llove from the lips of ungnl that a nmn wlio bad uiado so much monuv, In llm inno tie had and with bin iipiiorlunitiott, could have nridi! It otherwise than diulionosily, and that lie was surpiiticd tho .gentliMiiun iho reporter eired to see sliuuld have boon accepted ou Mie Jiiry.as ho was pretty nearly of tlio same opinion. Tlio reporter Uicn pruci-odod lo tlio Juror's denon and found thai be Uud retired to rest. His Wifo.ft lady of very plonslng trying useleHHly in rouse him. uud titlkPil generally al'oni the CUHI'. Him Hint her bufbHiul hud rciiunstcd ull ut liii.choon not lo question linn In regiird to Uow the wtoixl, fin Ilipy wero pledged lo secrecy. "Ot my husband not H.-ild a word iiliout Mio case from Ha coiiiuieiici-uiiini, inn, spcjiking fur myself, I am miro lr nil Jurors felt, as IIP dfd. tho f.ile uf Mr. Tweed would bn net Lied ns ocrlinnly Mr. Hiokes'. Mr -----innl iold UPI tbst ho was OllQlllelob liefore he retired, but Hho wa> curtain hi: would lie glim to Impart nny information lie could If 1110 r, pnrn-i would cnll in the uvuning. Hbe IIHI! noticed tlmt no was lnmrwi, und Hriul IIP niusl n.ne ta'krd all nlghl to try und convmco tiiow opposrd Him tlmt MP was right. Hy arrangcini'iit iho roporter cnlled agitm In the evonmp, nua found Ihu Juror .'it lioinu. Ife wouM be k'linl 10 Inform tlio louders of Tin. Tiltr.s how tlie Jury Htoinl, lint all hud pledged theniHrlvpH iinl 10 Ht.'ito HUH (act. I'lio repot K-I mmarked Unit the law illil not hold jurors to nny socri-ey an In how ifiey stuod on ilif (IIIOH- liini of cnllt or Iniiiiceiicc. We hail ho i-cpliod, iiiiiht about, Uio vnnhui. m order to cut ut ,-t satisfactory con cltiiion, ami colilil nut nnd we were tlrofl and niiiloiia (o ui.iki: un end of il. Just as Wu uero ahoul to leuvo llie riioin il proDOHPd that wu should keeli seernl the muiiiier were dividrMl." I'lien." H.nil ihe ri'imrtitr, HIITP no oath Kike 11" No, Im suld, "only ouoh man pleilgiul his Tlie gciiilrtn.m cuuld not icineuibiT. OIIP or ihe JiiroiH. and IB on fripiidl> iprniK with tlie keeper. Another of thp jurnrs WIIB n member of Hie Aiopnciis it liibbylut at Allmnj iiml In tlie service of Jusiicr linrnuid. at EarHiogn. Working to prevent IIIH InipeHchinpnL Annlhi-r bus eervcil n icrm of one yeur in HtutOB I'rlHon On Tliurnduy two well-known Turainanv poll liciain were overhearU arguing witb the seveutli Juror, Dcnmaon K. Tarkfr, in of llie nmoccnoo of llio Hose." I'lnn look tilnce In view of tho ooun room. Fuels hsvo bi en collccuxl oon ccriiinif ilic action of tbe Jury, and lucre IH now a chain of circumstantial evidence which. In the liaiidn of llio prosecution. It is IB- liovod. clr-iirly usrabllHli thul oorruptuie mfl.i oiices been broutititto bear, nnd that Hie prpHcnt disngrppuiput is ihp direct result ol sucli Influences. Among the Tamniuiiy pollttciurm who IIUTO IHHMI WPII eoiiTc'ifiing with sunn- of the Jurors an- Nicholas Mjilcr. uz-Alderm-iu Cuddy, und TIIOIUHH Lynch, or Tommy" as he IN popularly known, iho leaner of u (rung of roughs In (joulu'g Inksreel OUTIIIL- nil- icceui clcctiou for of the Km- Kverywhcic aiuong Tammany politicians the of tin- disagreement of ijie'jury lmi oil wlIU plisiieiire. TJIO said they, ID too clever for llieiD. They will never convict unn. Jlu bus mutln many men nch :n and has goi too many friends." An extra wns rcao: to a party grouped in front of "JU'ddy, ibe niacksiulin's." "Murder ors' Droadwuy and Ilountou-Blruut, in tnc afternoon, and wan tue occasion of mnch Chuckling graiiflcalion. Jlah 1 they'll iicvor do aiiyilnuK witb auid tho ihiovenunu swlndlfrs of tho City, and llie coaiforllng thought soeined to afsuro ILuui thai HIP power of tnc lltform movcmeni no unn pieionsly inaugurated would be powerl< us to do them inlury. '-How uid they suuid when they disagreed, ami u ho wus for coirvicnou anil who foi ucrjuiltiil 1" nan Hie. queslioii atiked on every side, aud nobody w .is uolo lo nnsiier it, an tlic jury fur niHhcd an oxaiupie of roUrcncu -wliiili luu. Sdldiirn b. en wnncsgcu. The report tnm keien wero fur i mi vlellun anil flvc for a i MHIOII iNiull, Jurnr Hicli.inl li.iWMin. wieli sireei and No 134 -irei-i. Tputn Jumi- Wainuel limp, di'uler. No nix in avpniiP- Jtnor Henry M. WiHUinn, broker. Hotel 111 lin lek. No. C llun'ivxr niri-et Twcllih Ju or Solomon Mari, Hlmrn. No In UruHilnay No nirc voo ipeak of I" wan nuked. 13T1 It IH of the "f I'dltT Di'i'o.sn. Mil., JUD. 31 At Bini-ri--c HUH iKomliig thi' (lleniionii (IT Htnoil Hi wurnier ihan ventrrduy.il the nuinehoiu, by Unco o'clock thin 6W" were leiuMicd. Tin' HUOW nu-lii'U rupidl} on tlic cant cm bill sldi'p, niHtlng .1 niuiKed incri-Kw 1n tlic volume of ihu v nu r couiHiiik' down the narrow ihoneli iln Ihrown up Ufiy uod slity foul above the oruinury water Invol. Thli, In connection with the of ibo flout and freezing of free water iu the between Ibe cakui Is rapidly forcing Ihe water Into Inss space and the frost IB proving an enemy rather than a friend, for two more iiirlits witli the tliprinemeter at zero will annul- liaU) the aud turn the currpiil from the of Ihe river to tbe low itronnd beiwccu wuler's edge and llio bluff. The are powerlcm m not the chance fur cxorlloii to avert the threatening dlnaHtcr. for the forge uelug nnlca long, extruding from side to side, anil nine tvnths of tbp diHlauco routing on ibe bed of the nvor there 18 ao wjter to flout It off evco if broken up. Il cuu only be removed tn gradual thawing, or thp pressure of water aud Ioi' from above, and as the former is a vain and the latter an occurrence nmy banpcn any day. tho people lierc have no rt'nurt bui lo watch and Ln< prnpaml lo move up tbp ntreu bluff that hacks the lowu. ttcvcralold huve me iiml I'i [Heir opinion DO! a Rtoek or stone will lefi on IHP lower eidf of eiroei which forms itie lown. no mallPr wbpthn u I Imw or Ircriou. All luillculloui favor oay lo morrow. IHrpateti to tfte Aitofinled Preti. FoUT Md., Juu. Ibo 6usqup hanna Itivcr li not rmnig. Tho ice IB still KQiicvd, and [he cold weather is cementing u more closely, whiub will render thr w roro lull umlit. FOKKIGN NEWS. Mails and Tnir.H Btoi pH in Spain bj tip Encounter Wi'h Spanish Onrli'tjs Derated. li.ivr TAIUS 31. C'tvcd Iriiin Mpnln for luodHm Hull r.imyiuiy in en injilfli rortd in the norlh of Hi' ,li by the OirMfl liiBiirTPciiori Ti i- h-, panics wn! vnorr freight promt, iin in, lar irmvoranly MIIHM ,1 The (newspaiXM Jl I" rcj urn il thai Dun Car 1m llie of Te in UI llm rhiircrii'p. Ibe flrinr of mliiU'i. and a tin- ClU of .Mmil nigbi. I'll, 1'ilnec le IM i niiiulo f Jill, i i nnu rrtunn nhow ibat tbore arc mm WJ Mavea in tin. UUnd of Tin- Mlrnmrr Tkr Hpvat KTI Jar HI in now no donbt Hint it UHK Ilip KpaniBti nirHm-ohip Mnrlllo, winch mink HIP cmlgmnt ihlp Nortliflrvi. In iho 'h rrmrniH Tiie Mnrlllo at iinil mndr a ri-port of the diMMter. A w legraphip to tbp IJuj.1i. from thrlr agriii ni (wnfirmn tbr> rfport thai II thp Hpniimh tlfnmer Murtllo whlpb into and iiiDk ilic eniicrani off Don- gpiuuui l.igni-housp on the nlirht of the Md IDBU 1 he steam nhip. bowpvpr. noi gunli ai one tnnr lifMevml. bill hM arrived ai 1n naffij- Her dpinnatlon wig Uibon. fur wtilch rr.ri ulip bad a carro. bnt upon nut, rlnc ISat vaj not to lanil, an llirra li eTtradiUOD irrniv 'ir-iwern 1'ortngal and Great Britain. Un- der which ihp oTccri would have Nvn aurTrn- rterrd 10 ibp UrnlBh anihnnnn to answer bronchi ngalnut them Pbe ipi.-uil} pir u, tinrt proewdftd for IML. RH IDerr In no ci trnilillon tnaffy" twiwero (in-iil Hr'tatn and PDHIII. The Mnrlllo inini'd no rlHinncc lir llie rollmion. Her rn-w will MKID tx> eiHiinned al In re- luf ton n> thr diftasipr ('.HIT J.m 31 Thr> of ihe itif i-'i-iiiirr Munlin will t.tt'-u U-rooriow aftpi the 11 nw-1 hi li Jan. 1'im of tbe vKlolx'i. of bavr Itipir of being til nionlhu. in C, pmoloylDK MO i d lire lum -d cuimi r-duo A n ini.li.t mill hniiiih of ll 1" I-UMI Nxl the will withdraw Ht llic of M Hard. in 1'till" .'11 ii.-4 i-riiinr iii (M'lirvir iiotilli'atinii uVHii l.dncli- Run. in r-tnki- out iNTtuin of HUM imnMikii-d In tin UA worrln nun iln mouth of ft Krr-nrh lln I'mi'd SiMlin: i iiuflir KIITI tliinir tiPki- n [In liniiiir uf UN wonifii M Kmloii liiiii n'fuwil ID ailnw 'il u Ni'W York Ji.ilrnnl 10 i li rori- tic jMili IrikHon li vnu. ri iinrifil in ttii' ibal Mr. tt BHlitiiirnr. lli li> tLu Ctl'JMI THE MODOC WAB. I'apl. Jnrh Anxlani tor m ilir era L. Jun. The ncwn from U.f of Cupi. Jnch li Uikt be IB auxiona to liuvi- a loolnna tovnrd peace ncvoUB- liont. A wjnaw n-iioru tbm ID Ibo reeeoi flcbi many cf Uii' Mtxlixw wen- killed flod woundrO. In Ibe lava tH-ds. afMr ihf flfbt, tbp Indian) quarreled barnuiu; Cupu Jtirk did oui fltcht, durloc which UUP of tlu.- tiidiaiie shoi CapL Jitrk thruueb ttie arm CapU Jack Qu inviuvt Dorrle aud U> oomi' to DIUJ for H tulk GfEi (iillem loinefl Tlirorkiunrmu't eommana in Cliu I.Ulle btmi-tJi Vmlev lo-d.iy Tin' Jndiam hnnrtri-rlii of f entile In pump and alonit Iho ohorf. wherf there IB BU abundanop of irnuii tii tbctn, could not bp PtArvcil 0111 for niomun. Dorris BO'1 KKircUtld ro Ui day to the piaee derdiriiuiod for tin- (yMifnreuoe. SI loOiaa policy liy dm K I- und a unnitwr of otnpr iiruiniueDt i luiii. BOW in In IK oily, lo tbp HClilpmrul or ibr Modur Indiann. in Orr K.JII HIP Ailiuiaiiiraiion. ami A wltb Ofvn adopKxl by ui. l HIIUCIM- W ymiiinfr Tnrrlcorr. nun lion '1 11 Oili-nftoi of liidlmi Afl.-iiiH for On Ron (rill proorvxl n> MM- MVMIP of tlir Ulflli'iiiiy. nlmrvfil wilb amp'" powuia to hi ar anil uilJuiE all The Tnal-Tbe Jarr Qmt. Md., Jun. court open- ed ai y'-i o'clock iliis morning Attorney-Gene- ral reBumcd til" argument for the proae- cunou and uontlniu-U noul 1 o'clook. wheu tbe otBi; witn KIVCII U) the jory. wbo were Hill out at n luin bonr The court room and li ill lending tberoto were densely crowded dur I nit tin- riitire dur. Jan. Tbn Wbartoii Jury bua now DOAD out. ten bouiB and liavr not Hurport TniirpmP iipvpral rnuiorti iilioni iLci" WhHI IlapprnM A flcr n .Tl Hat n of Al.ElAMMiiA. Vu.. Juu M A Hjxx-iit! ri.r- rcKiioliitont uf llu- tiiutUf BHi-enn m-o.ioniof on tlif 1-fltl inel vim in HIP of Mr o( Hill. KluK Conulj. b) UIB wm and nil to It ,.r Mr. 1'ayur IB a broltjer of of Un- flrru of l-ajiif
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