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c T20.......T CAIL&LEN UTBEET.......20 DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PAINTS OILS, GLAMa DYE STUFlS, PERFUMERY, r) AND-Faey Good.. at Whol¢.olf. JAMES GONEGAL,, NO. 20 T. CTHARLES 6TRE IT, NEW ORLEANS Halvin eedH bylte aryl cls, large stock of F385 nd NEW DRUGS,I Ion to the lrg.e assortment hand, I am nowprepaed to, .pplly the large and Ittreaielt wants of the DRUG TEAV T SOUTH. Theollowing arttclesl o. SpriOS apprt. f ytook: Acid., .11 knds, AJlcohol, Sal-Ca Upable, Ammonia, Carbonate, HI.,. Mas, Bay7 Rm, Borax' Blue V~tN, Caloml, SI,, Vtani, Csnthsrsds Cst.or Oil, Chloride Lime, Cbal, red and whbite C atratedL. Chloroform, Cream Tart" CoppUras, Indigo, Cottle FiskBons singlass. tIpst, , Li-doecs Jalep, Licort, Roo Lou., C.,stfo, Madder, N.H. M~anna, Magnesia, Yok. MoItphlty, Nutmesg. Oplm, .1,,kel ,neQuoinin, Rotten Stons, Rochelle 8014s SHlpbr S, Pumioetone, Tanlr Byrloge.. Epp ,m Salts, Torpentina V ali, White LeOa I, Et' 555Nitric F?, Emeryv Flm, E' .bar, Sulphuric, Emery, 1, 2. d 0 *ttmbS, Extremet, wldH and 3514, 3lsnber Salts, Flx Seed, OGm tArble, Fsax gd, ground, an. Bem tl., Glinger, Gum Shells., Gum A bawidlts Gum Myrrh, Gum Camphor, Glycerine, Gam Ttagacntd, Hop., 01ne, O11 Bergamot, Barba, frsh. OfI, Cod Liver, sht.. Oil Ais., Oil, Cot Liver, dark, 01, CInnamoH. Oi, Ol,.. pinta ant quarst, OIl, Cro4.t, Oil, Siasaf.r, Oil, Lemon, Peppe., black, OIl, Ptpparmtlt, 1,1.10, Chlorae., OIL, Wintrgre.en, Potty, Pepper, Cayene, Eaitpetre, Pots., ,Iodide, Sauna, Rh,,Ioh, Gnonp. Csatlle, Galeratoe, Sponge, Saud, In Jars and bottles, Al,,,,,, 5,0., icarbovst., Soda, Sa1, WhtS. Wax, PERFUMERY, Fancy Goods, Stationery, Combo, Bruhes,. Colognes Hand.dkechtieftracts, Pomades, Flavoring, Toilet Artil., PIO. and P..d.1 Box" Soaps, plain and fancy, Patent M01 s..5 , eta Orders ,,steed from the country will meet with promp 5WetS., JAMES 0ONEGAL,. 130St. Cha.le. At M UWUBEL'S SUPERIOB OAS CABINET BRUADY, (MEDICATED.; . r AN UNEQUALED REMEDY FOR, DIAEIBRZEA. r..UMREEH LCOMPLAIN? CHOLERA, CHOLERA MORBOB, *BPPINK PAINS IN THE IOWREL CHRONIC DIARRHEA. It I highly apprve.d by the Medical Fa1clty E'er Lhagt ' of Water and DIet, THE CABINET BRANDY Ras beotused with almost lnnpsvrllt.lsd 1,SUPs for ths past Twenty Yes., in cusm of DIARRHEA, CHOLERA BsORsUS, OOLI, HIt, SOLD BY ALL DRUGIGISTS, AD IEVEBI BOTTLE WARRANTED. EUBBELOC CEL BERATED GOLDEN BIWTEBt A PURELY VEOETABLE TONHO Inolglornytiyg ad Stren'gthelng. Fortifie the system against the self 5 Ots of HnwholHhlv rI water. For H ale i. all parts ofthe WHld. C.CENTRAL DEPOT-Amodclt Expre.s B5lld1g or Budson street, Now York. Mannfaoctrry-Hodson, N, Y. GEO. U. HUBBEL A CO., BOLE AGENT, J. GONEGAL. WHO~LESALE D)RURGIRT, EWE OBLRAN&B NEW ORLEANS DAILY CRESCENT. THE CRESCENT IS PUBILISHED DfIIfY (IBnday. Exepted$ AND WEEI LY, BY J. O. NIXON, No. 94 CAMP sTIREET. TERM S-DALY, 1¢ WE.EKLY,-.5 PER. YEAR. VOLUME XVI. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1866. NUMBER 24. K--------~.' -- - -.--- - -7 The Jewi Orleans Crescent BOOK AND JOB PRINTING' ESTABLISIMENT, T 04 CAMP STREET. wt J. O. NIXON, Proprietor. an tin il( The Crescen Job Establishment , al -BEING FOMED- k Il WITH THE LATEST AND MOST IMPROVED STYLES OF PRESSES, U -rnox The Celebrated iVanufaotories tc -or- d Messrs, R. HOE & Co., and GEO. P. GORDON, a Andwith allthe varloua styles and desgos of TYPE, BORDERS, ORNAMENTS, CUTS, ETC., From the well known foundda of a L. JOHNSON & CO., PHILADELPHIA AND S JAMES CONNER'S SONS, HEW YORK' I I prepared to execute every description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, -In rA mn UNSURPASSED BY ANY OTHER ESTABLISHMENT IN THE SOUTH. COMMERCIAL AND MERCANTILE PRINTING, -Such as PROMISSORY NOTES, DRUGGnISTS' LABELS, DRAY RECEIPTB, BANE CHECKS, CONTRACTS. BILLS OF FARE, BALL TICKETS., PROGRAMMES, AUCTION BILLS, SHAND BILLS, BILLS LADING, ENVELOPES, BILL HEADS, CATALOGUES. MORTGAGES, CIRCULARS, HEADINGS, INVOICES, DEEDB, CARDS. -And- A EVERY OTHER VARIETY OF BLANKS KNOWN TO TRADE OR COMMERCE. We are prepared to PRINT AND BIND In a Superior Style, FAMPHLETS, BOOKS, BRIEFS, CASH BOOKS, DAY BOOKS, LEDGERS, A TC., ETC. Of any sLe ad style of typograpby or binding to sit the taste of the most fastidious. STEA.MBOAT PRINTING. Especial'attentiou given to printing STEAMBOAT BILLS, BILLS OF FARE, MANIFESTS, ETC Plain or In any Number of Colors. RULING AND BINDING Exe.~ ted with dispatch, and in,the mostworkmanik e. ann r. All work warranted to give eatisfactlon Orders atteaded to with dispateb AarPdpca s reronable Crescent Book and Job Establishment, No. 91 CAMP STREET, BStween Natchez a FdjPoydras, New Orlean, lew Orlean·, qw C lea ns (ai1 i 0 ccenit. OFFICtIAL JOURNAL w ..or- 'I'i-i STATE OF LO)ITNSIANA. TIUESDAY MOINING, SEPTEnlitiEi 11, 1; l. tl 0 orl 2ntellignce . I~ An U.nuseeescful Thief. a Ye-terday n young lady, while riding is, a Dan- i phine street ear, had her pocket picked of her portnlonnlie. The theftwas.so neatly lone that it was not discovered before reaching Canal street. ' and by this time the thief had walked off. It was afterwads rcemembered that he carlied a butclnle it inder his arm, which he could easily have-rested in his lap-in such a manner as to conceal the mnove ment ofhis hand, and thus escaped .the observa tion of the other passengers. At many rate, it was c not loilg after the theft was committed and the alarin given, before the thief was arrested. He proved- to he a notorious character, generally known as James Murphy, and now enjoys the hi- f tpitality of the lockup, - A 911Ltary Dltttrber. John Smith, of company A, ist United States infantry, was la-t night brought to the station house;n harged with being drunk, disturbing the eance and threatening to shoot. The gun whi-h t which he held in his hand at the time of' his a:rest actually did go off in arresting him, and hi- mouth was still bloody from biting the finger of his cap tor. IHe was accused of expressing him.elf il a loud \ nice, to the effect that le "did not care a d-n for anybody," and of carrying his musket at a charge whenever any one passed. Smith was arrested by a citizen, who was fearful of his actually doing some injury with his weapon. Coroner's Inquests. The following deaths and inquests are reported by Assistant Coroner Drew: Stillborn child, found dead at 415 Julia street. Joln Mills, infant, found dead of asyhysia, at 381 Camp street. Hienry Treat, native. aged one week, who died of lockjaw, at 340 Howard street. Eph. Beckwith, native of South Carolina, aged 5C, found dead of cholera, at 375 White street. The following deaths are reported by Coroner ' Delry : John Diggi, of Germany. 13 years old, found dead oI consumption, at No. 21 Jelfferson steet. C('ortl stillborn boy, who ded at No. 1H Fer dinand -treet. CohIrid .iiunte, of Missio-ii-in,. 70 yearn old, who i, died at the corner of Uion onlld ;reatnen'a street, of general debility. Coliored Adam Simms of Louisiana, twelve years oil, who died on the tIentilly road of disease of the heart. MT ichald ioren, ten years old, born in New Or leans, an1. who died t Nob. 171 Clio street of eholerfa. Still horn white infant was found dead at No. 72 Orleans street, Alfred Banks, colored, fifty years old, of Louis iana, who died at the corner of .Greatmen an.d Spain streets, of cholera. E om.sittees upon Finance and upon Streets antd ]Landings. Last evening the two above-named committees met in joint session. The city surveyor sent in a communication rela tive to the purchase of lumber for repair!ng wharves and bulkheads which had caved in, in the Third District. The. surveyor was authorized to make the necessary pnrchases. R. C. Hutchinson asked permission by petition to ereat a steam engine at the corner of Ninth and re Water streets, Fourth District, Referred to streeto and landings coirmittee. Another, asking;the privilege to remove the dis tillery. etc., situated on St. Joseph street, to the corner of Ninth and Water streets; also asking .0, the privilege to lay pipe to the river, for the pur pose of running off lees. Laid over until the nmeeting of the council. A petition from the coroner was received, ash ing comlensation for burying the dead negroes found on the streets July 30th, the day of the riot. Referred to filance comnmlittee. The petition of L. Meek, for arrearages of rent of the building used as Insane Asylum ; was or. ia. dered to he paid. The petitin from tohe prloprietors of the Cui mnerc-iai ullevin to erect a steanm eegille .t .to. :: B New Levee street, for printing nrpurle, wa g anted. un motion of Mr. Stith, the Cantroller wait authorized, upon the approval of the lin.nce coon Intce-, to pay the widow of the late Capt. Walga mout the amount appropriate5d for her rglit I,y th!. Board of Aldermen, Ibut which was not acted upon by the Board of Assistant Aldermen, owing . a to the adjournment of the council for the sumnler. The cummittees then adjournned. Ieeorder.' C orrtl. Finer DrsTnIcT--Charl.s Davi ralios Cholile, Parker, vagrant, waa sent far six mnonths to the Workhousre. Tile recorder bad given hiln revi eauly a chance to leave the city. Colored Henry, for stealing fronm the corner of St. lihrlas ai Julia, one sugarourod ham, and wearing apnparerl worth $15, was sent to the Worklousel fr ninel days. Peter Davis for attempting to carry away t from store at 74 Tehoupitoulas $174, was sent ie fore the First District Court after giving bhail for $500. Sarah Harvey, a well known chtaracter on Dry ades street, was retired to the Workhouse for ninety days. Elika Hoyt gave $230 bond for her appearance to answer f or stealing a washboard and shirt. Amy Skinner, for drunkenness, was sent to the Workhouase for ninety days. John Marky paid $10 for an assault and lattery on Hercules Hull, of whom we have already girve the hiotory, and who is charged with stealing a watch from a barber. Has given bail for $oa00 Frank Howard,ilor firing a tistol at eoltier Luddy, rwas ined S30 or thilrty days in the P'arsh' Prison, Adam Billiard, colored, was sent to the Work house for six Imoths for being found in the rools of a lady, under suspicious circumnstances. Thirty- even arrests were made tile night le fore, all for minor olleInses-molly for dl'akli ness--aod six of theml were discharged with a ine of fronlut2 30 to ir--in default the Parish Prison. Mary Thiompi,,n, a olored, Ann PRaylon, laya Davo, Adele lanuaanat, whl wer-e all corned, wera, sent o atie Wor1 lonae for iix nltiv s. Sarala C. Harrli, Mtary lianet tile iallle senteie. Cor Hoarri lpaid a line ,f 15 nold ida, ]isi-d. Tile case of P. E. Edgar, T. "'iltzrrald1, \Viilia Ioaans. P, 1. lnrplly, Wdlliranltraha-r.. cara withg gambling, and who trd given $1000 bnail ftlr 1.-ir appearance, will come up for nti-l onr the lIth. SMalhicw Diggrin was iarde to give bail Ior 800 ior nort conlmuting for fitre blrreler otf inge. Fifty-scx cases altogeller were yesterday dis -poed of'before tile alt.rve namrd court. SEcoND DIsrnltr.--The 10ollwing fixed caste ca.le uri for trial yesterhaly lorningi-: 5J-serphine Birenveln anld 0. Vhitie, both colored. gan)e bands of .2Ol for six monthli, to 1eep the penes towards earll other, or thiaty day ill s he Parisl P'rirsolnl in default. Anlralia ('halle and Jaoseu:ine Clark tile same: !Wm. Mlolre and E. .T. Carry thImeoaam; Magailii, Jean Za/r era. 5.i de IMasur1--arll gave peace halnds fur t,1 salve aa. cnt. Bridget Cuolbe was sent to tile Workhouse for six monlthe, for ansault and battery. Part. Snith w-as aet to tile W. khornuse fr sixty\ days, for heing drjiak. Wmo. outon and Aug. Bauchue , for fighting, paid $5, or five days in tle P'arinh'risou. Tlln DlrTeratr.--Charles Oster, whoischai.lred with horse stealing, but says he obtained hits a roa prly .fro m some other man, was releaned on Ann Williams, whio lovee wRis.ky not wiP l but too well, had to conle douw to thirty days in the Parioh J'rison, for disturbing tile peace. Margaret Ann McGinin v, for tile same oll'eisr ptid $2il which salu wa-s rai.;,d by her fral, WV-m. oa Mca:land alias MoTate, a ailor, frollt Stie United States hip Taiapoosa. was sent to the Palish Pi" nu for ten ;lays. John J. Snickey, a stove maker, for heating hies 1I waif-e, eacs scent to P'arish c Prirt~n tenll ays. Thonmae Qcinter and John Mahoney. for fighting and di-.trhihg the peace were fined, renpecrtively. 1F(,l IMiler, fr d`-turblng the peace, psni4 $5. B Ji --eph t.nzales e .-lt to the rion for ten dayor ihi, tr di;,, for - d;run k upon the hanrlnotte. . . pad 25 f5or thle salwo pyrivl]"ege. Hr!ry .Ityrru, fL" having me re than one driver P upon the driver's seat paid $16. Win. pumitt., for being drunk and beating ris wife. weant to the pariah prison for ten days. Foith a.e arrested by a policeman, the wife erluc in i ntro ecute or mnake affidavit. REF 1:. S.i truder was fned 15, for being drunk and cable to tac-e care of lia-elf. iTh amou!:t l-aid to tie controller by Recorder Lettn, for tlhe werk er:ding Septembier loth, is 2t. iThle amount rveraged isc'.50 a monthdlcir- P01 mng the illlller tine. T'here is no -hit, pinc now in that part of the town, andi ail, it of thie criainal ca<e, cole with l the tRavelli opnla'tioll,the lipircs at ipre sent hrlw rather leos tHial the ordinarynmcoua: of crime. R Mortuary Repor(t. The snbjoined table presents the deaths frora cihlera and other dieases, together with a classi- An fleation, with reference to color, reported to the toard of BHealth, since the existence of cholera in the city became an established fact. Thistable does not include tile interments f-om tile Marine toi-ptal, which, bieing llnder military colltrol, are not rcelorted to the boardl. Froal the 5th to tileR thd Augnst the board li'n no returns from ihe cenetrieti . Tihe first daiy report was made to the board on the 'It August. That and all' tthe cstodeeling dati e reports, show tile interments ap to t o'clok of the noruing of the day the rei ort lone fie dated : e r o a o um ber Di AE i I opI I Wngier of c ThecStar o h ion I e ae o P ia dlAnohi n at Or ..19-1 .......I18 12 35 22 13 5 tr Angubt le....... 24 24 17 - i Ite er... Ind 1 a I 21 ta Is in - Onctaitl 32 25 to1 ot 31 ]nti in - ta 20 11 63 a] 'a .... I 15 'ii-' 11 t 1...... 1in Ii in 13 t 43 Th. l .... 1 19 3o fr o 68 dl i. the et_ c l1' in he at o e a...... lI O ci O3 29 t 12 1- rate ..w 2..lIn. 1 24 - , 1 a i In d ct of the Un Cai of e 16 4 h a 2",... 16 11: 11 t 7 r to a 1c cet arr ti 1 49 tl- h dtelp oontie '. 'of ths . 0E1234 39i (ae cited yt 'demerd oacthe hwo teolpgnifent tead ers, and re i rot thte frte of thas37 an the uwcaet Tndo h re acde w hecten eifrea oht narte fothem t hiien any cainOen. heny the epanul einac th e n eo of Och. he a-ill3 1e1, 1ret a r Irelnd d f e on 3oe e te f lhe deda ainedal inethe owane report for en Tf H Pc ET LInE -ohe fi and Cell knon Stianl shi, onr of the o nion, Captin Cooksey, the a. piter of thi li, arrivd ysatetrday from Phila delphia , ith a larne cargo and a goodly number Ti e of p YNsiengeres tfheStar of the nioncwill leae for Philne h delphia on the 1ae ofn thie menta, ae aill i be folloot ed by several other nea and magnificent steamers, and thee is every prospe o tha ateths ino s ille oony e onr a permanent, pipulrin profit-e The galol kof nrby o re not spicer than the Co., aroma which the agents ofnt thisozdout imparts to te ld faculth oi the tentuc re School of Medicioe hfree breath Nor is tccepted prfesse heartp of the ivory nity Loin the teeth that are cleansed danly with theat to tber, c ontine for four month. Embraced in the present -rrangdeent of the two colleges ,as in T t ae -lder heonding n -Tt the graduate of the Ken are tuci school receive the ad enndem degree of cI- the universityc and shallBrecievr tie diploma free -- ic-,f c itarge from them alt any commencement. Tile -e faculth e -'ace, the names of Drs. Bell, Roger., a I zee, Bodine, Cookl Ireland and Benson, to the s a latter of daym an y information lfich may be 'cc desired ehould be cddressedt Iloi Tcnichcafr YEtgetin toeaToo business houte .I te-,rizch cart Jesthe. heck frothers, tfoe atcnti for f- ic fullhe geectteeli , ared ietatructdoil are givclo mantchless fluid. Mo..o. GENERAL SLOCUM ON RADICAt.LIS.-The distinuguishd Major General Slocum, who is spoken of as secretary of war after Stanton, wrote a let ter in reply to an invitation to attend tile soldier's convention in Pennsylvania, from which we make the following extract: There exists among us a political party, which, for tOle purloSe tof retaining power, has prevented tile comlplete restoration of tile Union, which we understood to be the sole objects of the war: a party which would hold a portion of the States in subjugation, teachig the risinog generation inboth sections lessons of jealousy and hatred, instead of seeking to make them orget tihe bitter past, and becomle, as they must becomne-if our Union is ever to be of value-one people in interest and feeling. Let those who fought for a restoration of tile Union now come forward and vote for it, and our victory is insured. Very reepeetfully, u, w. SLOCUII. Concerning the opening of the St. Paul and Pacilic railroad, from St. Paul to St. Cloud, sev euty-six miles, tile St. Paul Press says: The excursion train to St. Cloud and return, on Saturday, 1st inst.. was drawn by the first loco motive that ever turned a wheel ill linnesota, the " WillitlU (l'oolks " it wa0 driven toy the engineer 00'oe bhtw the first locomotive whinitle in tlhe State, W. C. (ardner, E-q., who took the first train t0, St. Awllhiv, anlld thas een connected with the road ever m-ae. 'tile tra'in consisted of precisely the :sate ,a., 1ltase:ncger and baogage, that coam teis( l ilO, plooreer Irilroad of this State, and tile t:-t -,,ndtctor,, u.tus C. tice, tsq., was on board, though nollt in an official capacity. Tile trenlo-nt ,l,'runIInnn of tile road (St. Clo(di) it tile mostn north I ell irecs e b i: l b otln thte United battes. Cia.l0 IETAltNE ItN tBON.--t, TfetreSting to ('.a00 ]mporttr", Jteeetrs a Sl Smokers.-The neow tatiln, whilch went into' operatioa in the be ttilllling of last lmouth, has had tile effect of keetp ilg n butnl all tile ciglrs imported since tohn. Ile nlnouunt of Iduty tll d n cigars,. cigarettes atld !chertoots Ivt tlontatril is three doll0.l0 a o lnmd a (d fifty et. stl eute o in adlitio r: and it tr, s provided th, t nl cigars hou',:d1 b removed fr.om Ionded wareht-.tt: until aon inasneotion had been ltoaide and altoll indicating tile inspection had ben:l afisxed to tile lx. Jay a singllar onlt i on hPl're was no inspector at this port until retlnrd, whelon the nappoint ment of C'olonel Thom,le ID. ( lhatberlain to that , oftice waot ren.0, eed ten:: 0 n.thin:gton. Colon'dI Chtnaberlain inds an .ctmilltation of cigaren, woirkh ,.urnn,' iud their nvav into mloret natil a suitable stlamp for them is pirepared and plrinted. Thllis will onelnpy, wit the seork of delivery, etc.. per:haps t0,n d-ats -or:, ant tine IverS of " the. woted," who will emoke ilolthing lrut reanl llnvanas sinot noe the ilorteed eigaron mot"ni d tie nakl'et ve.vc ti..'h , ,:L'.d the o( :f their am ' llllellnlent Inll A W a-hivgtup c erney n t says that since the issue of three-ct tinl rr, y inte;, the revenue olf Shis church has decrea-ed nearly one-hall TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES. o ste BY THE ATLANTIC CABLE, ri" mi 11 Prussian Chamber Indemnifies the King. tel REPORTED ABDICATION OF THE KING OF SAXONY. POLITICAL VISIT OF THE QUEEN OF SPAIN TO THE 1 FRENCH EMPRESS, - at REVOLT IN D.AG KESTA N.! ,nil I joff ne Austria Invites Italy to Facilitate Intereom munication. - Kof REVOLTS IN TRKISHI DEPENDENCIES. ye t BELIN, Sept. 10, a.o.--[By the cable tothe As.- h sociated Prees.--The Upper House of the Prussian s Diet has passed the till to indemnify the king for acting without the assent of that Diet in the matter Ie of the budget and army supplies previous to the H war with Austria. The bill passed unanimously.,, The Chamber of Deputies has rejected the gov- t ernment proposal for an issue of sixty millions of it treasury notes, and adopted in its steadan amend ment authorizing theissue of thirty millions, pay able in one year from their date. It is reported here that the king of Saxony has decided to resign in favor of his son. MADRnD, Sept. 10.-The papers state that the recent visit of the queen of Spain to the Empress Eugenie at Biarritz was of. a politicalnature. ST. PETERSnaas, Sept. 10.-It is said that all a the tribes of Daghestan have revolted against the authority of the Czar. FLORENCE, Sept. 9.-The Italian government has issued a decree which disbands 35,000 men of thel Italian army. Austria has invited Italy to send plenipoten I taries to meet others appointed i.y Au-tria, for the purpose of adopting veasures for the im provement of telegraph cnd ,uesti intercourse 0 between the two countries. ATHENS, Sept. 0.-The Cr tans have rejected 1 ir the terms offered by the Turkih G(verument. to and continue their revolt. The Epirbts, inhabitanut of Epirus. also claim t their freedom from Turkey, and have abandoned f their habitations, and taken to the hills. LONDoN. Sept. 10- -The directors of the British Californian bank are urged to wind up the affairs of the institution. Earl Stanley is spoken of as the probable sue. t cessor of Lord Cowley as British ambassador to France. I at FLORENCE, Sept. 10--The conference between t ae the plenipotentiaries of Austria and Italy pro it- gress slowly. The financial question has not yet been settled. SVENNA, Sept. 10.-Austria is about to Introduce extensive reforms inthe organization of her army. LraveRooL, Sept. 10.-The brig Ortetrius, Capt. te Walhopp, from New York August 11th, has ar c- rived at an English port in a leaky condition,. oe he --+-- )C in Henry Ward Beecher Takes the 'as Back Track! of Ie CHOLERA CASES CARRIED TO AUGUSTA. le INTERESTING GENERAL NEWS. Ise Os IomE iARIETeOERITVER NEWS. au PORTLAND, Sept. ]0.-At one o'cloek, tile te- 1 publican majority il this city was about 1000. In 1 1864 and 1865 it was a trifle less than that in the city. The Republican canmvas promised Lynchl 2100 majority in his district. Portland is. s. far, ahead of the canvass. The vote in the city is light. PORTLAND, ME., Sept. 10--8:30) P. 1.--Of the State election held to-day, the following returns have been received: Portland-Lynch. (Republican) for Congress, 2753; Sweat (Democrat), 1253; Republican ma jority 1500. The following is the vote of 1964: Lynch, 2757; Sweat, 17l1. The Republican ma jority was then 976, being a net gain of 324. The aggregate vote is 532 less than in 1964. Bath gives Chamberlain, Republican, for gover nor 800 majority against 654 last year. Cape Elizabeth.-Chamberlain, Republican, has 105 majority against 52 last year. Bangor-Chamberlain, Republican, has 94t ma jority, against 79 last year. Yarmouth-Chamberlainhasl4 majority,against a 58 last year. New YOKa, September 10.-Rev. Benry Ward I Beecher ias written another letter explanatory of his previous letter upon the Cleveland couven-. tion, and announcing himself as opposed I to the details of the President's policy of reconstruction. He does notmodify hiso Cleveland epistle or disown it, but on t the contrary, he justifies and defends it. Iu re d gard to the New Orleans riot Ihe says : "Johnson's haste to take te wrong aide of the atrocious man saere at New Orleans was shocking. The per version and mutilation of Sheridan's di-patches needs rno characterization. I do not attribute thii act to him, yet it was of such a criminal and dis graceful nature, that not to clear himself of it by 1 the exposure and rebuke of tilhe olfuding party, t amounted to comntplicity and crime. After this fact, what shall I say of the speeches made in the recent circuit of the Executiver Is this his way of reconciliation?" ToeNTON, . J., Sept. 10.-The legislature met 1 il special session to-day. Gov. Ward's message reocommlends the ratification of the proposed con stitutional amendment and the election of a U. S. Senatoe. OtASrnorrTON, Sept. 10.-Senor iRomro, tIhe Mexican minister, has returned from his tour West with the Presideuta' party somewhat impaired in health consequent upon the fatigue endureed. Tile receipts of the intercnal revenue to-day arUoullted to over $2,)000,000. Tile light-house at Cape luomaine, S. C., is to be re-established on the 20th instant. AroresTa, IG(., Sept. 10.-cFifty recruits arrived yesterday from Nashville with twenty cases of cholera. Four died last night. Three new cases were sent to the hospital this morning. Gen. Tillson haI ordered the recruits to be sent three niles from tire city. Every toprecaution has been taken by the municipal and military au thorities to preserve the health of thle city. There is no case among the civilians. Tle disease ii i cuntfid exclusively to the military. New Ylour, Sept. 10.-Cottrm lierm; sales 3001) bales, at 33j.3c,. Southern flour firmler at $10 75 r215y 75. Wheat scarce and 3(0e. lower. Pork M heavy at l33 50. Lard heavy'at 18@s208c. Sugar it steady. Coffee firm. Naval stores quiet; Tr- si pentile r7r;si68c. Rosin $3 80@T8 50. NEw Yonr, Sept. 10, P. m.-10-40sn 98; treals- Es ries 10;. Gold closed at 14-8. t SccrTWEsr PASs, Sept. 10.-The steamship Ad mirat Foote, four days from Brazos, passed up at o The tog America towed the Lone Star Up to the a telegraph station at 12 a., and anchored. She will start r- some time during the evening. as A large hip came to the bar in towat 5 .x. .ti The tide is too low to bring her in this evening. in Another tug with a hark intow is in sight to the 0o eastward. - ti Weather clear and warm. Wind S. S. E., and light. , Nothing else in sight, . ti V\Iscarns , Sept. 1O.-Passel down Continental C. at 1 r. is. River falling. Col. G. V. Moody was assassinated. Saturday T night at Port Gibson, Miss., while sitting in his office. Nineteen buckshot entered.hia head and neck. There is no clue to the amassin. . ýý" hi Mal.tal and Theatrical. The Gazette Muoticale announces the discovery of a composition by Mozart at the age of ien years, produced for the installatio of the Stadt holder, William of Orange the Fifth. It is in ten s movements, and written for the harpsichord, i stringed quartet, two hautboys, two horns, and a bassoon, and is described as very remarkable, the g youth of its writer considered. ni The theater in Holborn, London, is to be openedd Ithis fall with a new piece by Mr. BOucicaalt. Miss Is Herbert will begin her season at St. James's with a another new drama from the same source. A a third will be produced at the Lyceum Theater. on j its reopening; in this the anthor atnd his wife will. a appear. The directorsof the Alhambra, in London, have t written ta M. Offenbach, offeringhimearteblanche to write an operetta for the establishment, and to r conduct it in person. t Musical festivals are to .e organized in Belgium t after the fashion of those ini Eagland eaid Ger mansy. 2I. Mtanties, the well known singer at the opera at Berlin, died on the 7ithof Auguot. . A correspoidentat Chillicothe, near Peoria, Illy eenu the following item: Last, Weanqgsdy eenu ing, 29th ult., alight-fingered gent, who has in lested that town for a.hort time past, relieved the Swan Housse of about $700 is greenbacks. On r Thursday evening ai party'of seven gentlemen started out fur the pur[ose of capturing the thief. About 12 o'clock they came upop a nlma in alum bcr card who lntkedl uspihious, and for whom they went. He started rad n, end the pursuing I party fired tlwenty-eight shots at him, which, ac cording to the rules of arithmetic, was lour shota apiece, allowisg that each man had a shooter. The supposed thief got tiled of heleg fired at after the twenty-eighth round, and turned around and fired on the pursuing party,-who started and ran from hiht. He .in tanI became the pursuer, ao c-ased the party quite a distance, and tlhen trned about and nmade good his escape. About one ,ear hgo, some enterprising, individ ual, making his annual tour. to. the White Moon- tains, stopped to spetnd a few'diys in Lisbon, N. H. While there he discovetned rockS-rl.lchiee thought had gold in them. Obthiaingia few rich specimens he sent them ltBohstot., o alesve, hem assayed, and was informed that there was sanme of the richest quartz there ever discoveled. A' olm t pan was immediately-- formed of Hartford and prengfiOld merchants, withea apital of $200,500, which leased one of the richest mining districtsa ever discovered. Some of the quartztlaken from these mries yield $867 per ton in gold: and $169 In I. silver. Several mines-have already been opened. r- One ahafthasbeensunkbetween 70 by.100feet,-and shares which one-year ag could have been sboght for $5 are worth $500,. New discoveries' re being made daily, and the old Grandite State seems destined to he not only rloh in' its -mountanoa, hat in the wealth which they eontain. A lady at Lexiagton, Mlo., purchased a " fizzle dress" or "tow head," one-day lastweek. Going to bed, she hung htier head gear on the post at the foot of lier bed. Being awakened by some uon usuoal noise daring the night, she raised herself up in hed, and seeiag the unusual sight, she imagined a cnrly-iheaded negro was peering over the foot ncard. Obeyinlg a very natuiasil impulse; she prang frot lier bed, and inher alarmandinability to escape, she seizetd the supposed intruder by the e. icand, asnd withi a terrific scream fell fainting to the floor. Tihe noise awoke the mother of the lady, twho inmmediately struck a light, and rushed to the scene of alarm. There lay the daughter, pale and cl-otincless on the floor, with the imaginary'head ac-of cUffly held at asrs's lengtlh i a deadly grasp. Restorastives and a momeCntary survey of tie scene -oot iouraveird the mystery. Bat tihe ludicrous uacss sfI tithe whoIle aotir was too good to he kept, se'l-' t-tcscit. hoIever, which gives publicity to e- ithe affair. oithhtc-hs tihe snme of tme imaginative In I lnatsel who figured its principal of tihe scene. -e I t I [ i ssou r i R epublica n. Recently a large and enthusiastic meeting of Irishmen and friends of Ireland, was held in Washington City, othen the following resolution t was adopted : Thlit the late manoeuvring of the radicals to gain over thile votes of our fellow-citizeno canl only be regarded by tile latter with ridicule and con tempt, particularly when it isremembered that the radicals have always been tile bitter enemies of the Irish race, and that their leader, Thaddens t Stevens, only recently declared in a public speech, tIle negro to he far better and more deaservig g thln tie hrish and Germans; antd that during the last session they were careful not to cotismluate a anlly measure for the benefit of those whose votes they now aim to secure. 1t The Memphis Post, an out-spoken radical organ, in speaking of Gen. Forrest, who made a speech a at the ratification meeting in that city, a few days since, thus coumpliments him: 11 He has, so far as the public hvv.e troy means of judging, acceptedt the issue in good faith, and has tot daily denounced every act of those to whomo al he submlitted, and heaped abuse and insult upon i the great body of the Northern people. Although e he was charged with a gross violation of the laws of war at Fort Pillow, he strenuously denies his I resttponibility for the act, and If we may draw an at inference from his subsequent conduct, it is not unlikely that he is right. f-- tt " Paoens." BowoLtow.o-To prove that this no- o torious man has as little Christianity as ordinary h decency, a correspondent encloses as a veritable 11 extract front Brownlow's sayings, printed as re- c vised by himself for publication. It is convincing, but too tol,lsplhmous for our columns. The a " pr-,nnl" deounllccc by namle HIerod, Pilate, Ju- it tdas and Peter, (til0e atostle,) at "early Demo- t crats" wlhol i e daeslot "ladoire 'm of the ouar totte named he is most severe upon the celebrated r apostle, whom he stigmatizes with thie most op- v 1r,,biois epitlhetl, and replrsnts oas the worst of the charlace rs described. .tow respoctable citi zeos call conort with such a foul-mouthed ranter, we cannot undcrstandl. [ev York Jotrnal otf Comtnoree. tA prying girl lately found herself in a very tight pIlace, oo tle occtasiot of a grand halt given It tile Attelicuknt00l. 'utherland, England, where all the outllh. bealuty and fashion of the dlstrictwere gatl-ered together. In the midst of thle amuse tmerlts ofv the night, when the enjoynment was at its hIeight, a lump of o laoter fell front the ceiling oil tile Lead of I young lady who was playing the " ltht f.l!tastic - toe," to tle ntosic of tile " Post -Horn Gallp."' A ecreae--a swoop--- removal rom the "o m'oblrleo haolt"--threw tle onoolpalty into consternation, whichl,sabttidit into curiositl, tlhe pe':tttaos looked Iup and beheld a lady's leg I dangling don w eloow the ceiling! "All hands aloft," was the cry, and Soou it was discovered that the -tnt ry t etvaut maids, coveting a sight of tloe tool, had s:cle l the heights to gratify their desire at a veotilator, when one of thel ," puttino I hter foot in ot," made the awkward exhibition at luded to. She was extricated from her predic. stooert little worse for tthe display of her" fantastic toe." I Jone, while lately eolgaged in Splitting wood, soruck 'fatlc hlow, causing the stick to ily up. It struck liro on the jaw and knocked out a front tooth.. " Al-," said Hill, n!cting liol sooon after, "yout s hlase had a dental nleraotio toerformtd. I -ee." " yes" reopliel tle -ullrero, '" txi-dental. A onoster gut has .cben easo t in Entgland, whi,.h. with r hsrge of it Ill Ionds of potdelr oill throw a shut weigling 11 cwt, . We. EDUCATIONg to the r7It'I L. b 3. d 7 a- ADtIgi ]nat. l ten sormenth and Eighth Sg Ti j-ltl We perceit the@sraees ofr I.e als editor and pry8rao wotlen .a._ anbeae toas r tontrol tby the p er d Wt-m.. •to aena se t Mr. Edwardo ALhets p abbhe s ter-ce iy-n . STothe Realern o l the e teri, e th y . bUnder the wdll of the .l ae m ardenertly desired the contin bitn y asome the editorial aenaget airesarpee. tei Magruder my acknhowedgmentl retiialaa irniag. control of it during the period e w w roh.. nince ioverasrAlleh'o death`" The M.esican Times wilt Ameonine in ossei go eromepat etl e tEoperor MaH. ilrg e best adaptted to th 1ndlio of Mexico d *'i tainted to develophso r, iri o ttat zeal dearer to rte exl - -f t he abity, ot r friendly feeling beteen theggoevernmecirand ems of bexico and those f theited Stalesaner he cotntries. it wilt ace fto s;bp it reddera with ac i rate condenved Intelligenel , especially that concerning aenrrenterets in the Unsitedtstegl "lk British osles, and the British American possesan, as weil as in thio capital anid empire. -Croaletna= sine, internal improcements oaathratapreg .aeeis in this can atry, wilt receive it o gan.:pt avg zeal at t sapport. e . . With breth-en of the-press most nar.ta ms'eein.,: , lionas will be cordially cultiftened.' its pecuniary affairs will e condscted il t esinesn prianiplesgth eonly.garaAte neredo tba-e i tinanee. h t e Ar a specimen iof theimnerinl w hinek Times spri orte the' o pno sE r - Tiep gbp ta se r t f the imperiLt. .Mimilian, we copy frai lttrie, oe joinedn s ar eatl have heenactive of late end gained adansso fe r varions portienO of -the empitehohjt in anl .t , therexs nothing elearmig.reverydieaeagglng- o lit-cry reflecting man, Uhd especially thetewle r have seen eampaigns audt farsd the pen tisg.tbt . ate, well know that these eoccaye .area.-aelida.,. Any knperiar strategy or fore of the eaeioci-. simply beaoute the imperial lines were tohgte egA. tended and the imperial forese hare beer to', limited to eccepy each large extents oaf eoaaly. The Mexican people- are very exeitsbletnet -~. given to revolutine just for the fan of the tlarg,~ and eften eonfregate euddenly in grena mutate snake a dash like a red ehirted Bereaglievl of Can haldi, sheot, wave Bage, and ysllin tree volunter. I fanhlin, yet possess noest--tithal steady ferasgans and severeallecipline of the regular soldiers. Be. tides, there is no coanperation of the variate chiefs, -no militaoy -gaeeuthis no eltut.lpled lines of advance er .efee go money, few naett Sand fewer batteries ofayt i'.igry.' Their mavement depnnd bpdt" enthvatasitl_ their commissariat upon chanee or lee's tm ,ufy their ammunitio"t'a1tteP-ateR ger'1roei abroad, and their finances prn-" p uttames" and rnsom a money--aUvery -preeariou indeed,: baut, sufien to hold a host of horsemen long enough together to dellvla a outpost; or-farce hltismk-s coan- -voya-whihh have about the step effect pon getm;,0 .nt reaults t s -the skirmishing of armies or h. v running fgthti o of oatlyirg deteiatlmen. t ...-.: • Mleaaw.'die, daring atll.his ho rth, an elatte ing of shields, d, and prosaniametae bv whi' eontain, probab. twh 1inndirns Jt dis the emperor, isn Aret. od: w-iftly en snrles t his regulan ah d reit ganlzl g an army u on the" mostavaricgleiicd id enlightela.ib ,: "ae Th:! The calliagin of onutposts provee simply a con,: S-centratiop oat ,retgtl, agdage-army1 ianeir so n dangerous as when it showe anaked ront, ctsaery retired behind the flanks, and tiralilenra we$. Sahead uith gene at trail. The qeestion is now Sonly of time, lwhen the Imperial army shall be thus arrayed. Hosts of dissidents gathered"t 4ether in a night ard-6ickle a's a fevered stream-,.. shere today .and gone to-morrow. Onlydieqipline,,t organization, intelligence and energy will tell in': r the end; Hastylevies are very good ttIahate e.-' d citemenit, perfect devtlsto-ntllrv a flyinigseelabst.ht the caslm,'asbreme moment ofa battle, wleim,-lne fantry ofthe line advsaee,-hnshed andtilent-l.kg.e a bandaf spirits, their very excitabhility anieites all ordeirs pselees; id dro.w. the w.rda of comman'-. with the eriea of their onu OpinionS. I ittw uid-tothave:beten eaessarmy to- refer these factas at all, wereoar,.o n.people alone ,n-_ r ctrsed lantheyaeed trip .ltio (tcnddamatnywil ewy Such and ,mach tohvf Were evaicot., - ,h rhy this and th-o ther pb,.t wa -'ieiidh -., , eroUtcting for the terribe leap, whichi yeclplta Shiniself upoptihe heard grsltglnfsnc Ai d aTec. ly aptn the palutlaes below. . :) iThe Times'eoneltdes another articole is' thse ftl lowing manner: " ' cI 1 No'-one watching the leane of the Amerleatlr pres,'and the utteran.es of the leading Ameamtri ntatesmen, can fail'tr notice a gradu.l hange i.a. public opinion in favor of the Emperori.fxisnil a, and his government. And it closes this same aticle with 'l fohoa.ac log apostiophe c Poor Mexico'! We repeat, this United° tates em dorsement of your bonds, will first 'deepen your corruption and then sell youn oat to lhe meta wihO, pretend to'wisleto help youl Comment is unnecessary! From the summary of the week's news,, p';5 lished by the Times, we select the followi.g prr. graphs: The line of American steamers rnning between. Vera JCrz and Newv York is soon to be chaaged td' New Orleans, when two or'three trips a menth bye each one may be safely promised. By this ar rangement Mexico will be in direct comnuanica tion with Europe through the Atlantic cable. Pttvate letters from Tampico confirm the death' of Toribio de tsa Torre, the imperial prefect of that city. He was bhung three times, the rope! having broken twice. His body was left festering, and unburied for two days. The dissidents levied a tax of $20.000 after their capture of the city. We have from San Luis Petosi the official re port of the rout of Soetenes Eseandon and com panions on the 13th inst., by Co Lopez, of tha regiment of the emprcess. Followiong up this bril lioet advantage, Col. Lopez occupied Rio Verde. Tihe evacuatiou of Tlacotalpam by the Imperial' troops, announced two days ago in letters from. Jalapa, is contirmed. Thin measure was rendered: necessary by sickness; whtich was decimating the garrison. This last is at Alrarado. It seems from the latest news that fonterey has not been entirely evacuated by the Imper force, but that it is occupied by i garrison of na-. tire troops. Str. Romero, the Imperialist judge whi was in prieon at Tampico, on hearing of the tortires In lictsd open Toribio de la Torre, the prefect, com mitted suicide. From an article in the Vera Cruz yritrio we' learn that there are. not twenty sqt.re leaugues of territory free from one or more guerrillas, who, while they suler many blows and defeats, only re appear with increased determination,, Iarshal Bazaine was is the City of Mexiqo opg the 2Gth ult. as one measure of economy, Maximilian haa abolished three maritime prefectures.. There had been several changes in MIaximilian'a cabinet, but the old and new incumbents are alike unknown to fame, and therefore their movement*. are of no interest to our readers. Thad. Stevens, in a speech lastweek at Lancas ter, Pa., declared his "prrference for a negro over the foreign-born white citizen," and avowed his belief that the "negro was saperior to the Irish and German races." It needed not this de cltartiou of Thiaddenu to show the intelllgent Irish or German citizens where the preference of him. self and his radical followers tend. No matter how sincere is the preference of the radicals for the negro, they certainly have very little use fbor "foreign-barn cit.zens"'ow, because they cor rectly estimate their small chance of influence with thiot class of the population. If, in the es ciatiao of the radicale, the l" negvo is superior to the Irish or German races," it is not bleyond tlhe range of probability to expect thbt thy consider the negro asuperior to everythina and everybody on this continent. Thaddeus, no doubt, has as little respect too, for poor white nativ ceitizens as lie has for thepforeign poprala Sioan, ince he clamors so vociferously for universal cufclrage. Thad. has no use for "the little one nigger fellows." lc his speech at Setlhyville, on Friday last,. I trace Myonard took occasion to call up te part that Thaddcu s Stevens took in the ThirtyrNintm Congress. "Thcd. Stcvens," paid Mr. Maynard, t"vot'd for Gicmer. of North Carolina. The boys thought they had him, and told him Gilmer was thelargest slave owner on that floor, bot Stevens said, 'he's all riglht. It is those little one-nigger fellows thlat do all the devilment.'" The "ittle one-nigger fellows" and thle 'foreign.bora" cti Szcns of Tennessee, may this plainly understand fthe radial estimate of themselves as compared rwith the "superior" African.-[Nashvitle Banner. CONFEDERATE CrIncEccr iTECOecZED. - The mercantile house of Iartio, Plumber S Co., re ceived a tltter from a correspondent in North Carolina, recently, the postage upon which was paid with a ten cent Confederate stamp-one of , thce geood old fashioned old blue stamps, ten of it whici it used t take to buy a small-sized loaf of it brccd. Tie postmaster at this end of the line, and tihe oe at the olher, certainly can't have 1taken the oath.-[Petgrorg lodexs . ArPPrL.cs:TS FORu PoslvO..--FOr the fifty-four ý etati cis to be filled in tle regular aromy, there it c terc thl ch anld t'ro hundred app!ictatinos o file in the war depa.omcent.