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B OOla AND JOB NTING ESTABLISIIHMENT, 9a CAMP STREET. J. O. NIXON, Proprietor. The Crescen Job Establis hment ITH THE LATEST ANO MOST IMPROVED W TYILES OF P2FWSE , The Celebrated Manuh otories -or Messrs. 0. IIOE & Co., and GEO. P. GORDON, And w!th alltho varions styles and desigos of TYPE, BORDERS, ORNAMENTS, CUTS, ETC., Fr, , the well kown foundries of 1. JOHNSON & CO., PHILADELPHIA, ANS JAMES CONNER'S SONS, NEW YORK' I prepared to execute every desae ption of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, ci UNSURPASSED BY ANY OTHER ESTABLISHMENT ii inl IN TIIE SOUTH. S, COMMERCIAL AND MERCANTILE PRINTING, -Such aN PROMISSORY NOTES, DRUGGISTS' LABELS, DRAY RECEIPTS, BANK CHECKS. CONTRACTS, BILLS OF FARE, ONTAT BALL TICKETS, PROGRAMMES, tI AUCTION BILLS, f. HAND BILLS, a ILLS LADING. a ENVELOPES, BILL HEADS, CATALOGUES, CIRCULARS, MORTGAGES, r HEADINGS, INVOICES, DEEDS, CARDS. --And- EVERY OTHER VARIETY OF BLANKS EKNOWN TO TRADE OR COMMERCE. 3 a n) LPA n r El v rX.. We nrd prepared to 'PREIN'T AND BIIND In a BSuperior Style, PAMFPLETS, BOOES, BRIEF.S, CASH BOOKS, DAY BOOKS, LEDGERS, ETC., ETC. Of anyS i:e and style of typography or biuding tosuit the taste of the most fastidioua. STEA.I3OAIo T PRINTIN G. Especlal-taention given to printing STEAMBOAT BILLS, BILLS OF FARE, MANIFESTS, ETC Plain or ln any Number of Colors. RULING AND BINDING Executed with dispatch, andin teh most workmauliks unnaer. AU work warranted to wive eat slactiop Orders attended to wEih dispatch. } I Prices reasonable. Crescent Book :and Job Establishment. No. 91 CAMP STREET, N[. B t Nthei nd.Pas ew Orleans, SE~V WORLEANS DAILY CRESCENT7. THE CO.,iOCE'k TI pTUBL IMSED DAILY (Sundays Ex~eptedl AND WPEEKLY, BY J.. NIXON, No. 94 CAMP STREITET., TERM-DAILY, $1; W.EEMKLY 5 PEL YEAR VOLUME XVI. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1866. NUMBER 27. j ---- - - -- -.I .. _ - --_ --- - - f -----ob - - ---- -_ CC t %U ! IreaI SaiI _4Ireeltct Io. or dpi OFFIORC L JOUIl¶ AL co -or- .p I r Tli-.E STATE OF LOUISIANA. tin ty o- -n th FRil,.Y MORNINGN, SEPTEMBER 14, lti. 1w - oral jnt ellig..qe. fDelth of .Johll oendrlon, t Jr ir This.gentleman died yesterday, at 6a o'clock, of the ;ownadsi h reecCetl in tine rlnot of the :'it 11 tlly. He was a member of t!he "o'yve.ntion of fa 1t;i, and atteloed the meeting h..l' ii the ttSl:an ict- Ih'titnyt on,that dayt , .. fer. Ifcoldersot was aSt'nto-ru'r tby birth, bon. r if we mi lake not, in C Iiyoisii ppi, antl folowe, To with hl dil.,rent csie'ne -. tie i,ro ~essiott of law. t 1li, father, John lleudrson, ro-e from a humitle o station to some note, both at the Ibar andi in poli- te tie, a(lld, at one tilnerepreiltte the State of Mi~ iil'ppi in the Sefnate of[ thi L'ni':l Staten. Tih. -nator' fh iclwi n C atn' , -howv er at the ;,ar, on th - we otci rI tra,, or in .he ýnlat o,.re t'au",l d for prolixity, and tthe nlo-tanc- -f itn di-corii as so hammlo red and attetn:atot as to be wilthout pit le t weithlli 't. .\n inoitore ofeters to !t: 0 IJ 11.: trial of Lopez before the tlied Ftate:s tral I aw in l ilibust r iinva-ion ofl Cuba tf. Ilenderon w,to- of ,couno,! for the defense. Althoulh- -ceveral ah'er mrn were on the nameo -i-,. hi- areht-en- t Etnnmei thrrto entire day-, hltrino" which hie ponred inlto the ear of Jetlge CamUljpbell, who presided, a tide of diffuseneso and verbosiy, such, it may be presimed, as nevoer. be fore or since, deluged, the ualrile of that eminent juri-t. d ife, whose death we are rc-ording, was equally iin unciou., bhot of smaller caliber. Perhaps nothing could illustrate Itettir the instability of his charaeter and the inegnlatities of his mindl than his political history. fie started, in life, an . a j disciple of Mr. Calhouu, in the doa-tritne of state t rights and ioollficatio . y It wa- next a Whig. In 1c- hlie becamre na Vau Breni: i upon the u:ffalo free soil platform. Upon the advent of the Amer ican party he joined it. bat soon lefttit and tirned Democrat. In lath ohe was a violent sece.ioniot. SlDurin the military oeupatioll of the city he was )a eUni on tii. the convention of l04i he opposed nlegrlo llffrae. Jli t;),, after te war, he omade pu.ilc pee:tl les advocati-:' t ihe election of the exsied' rebel," the lt&: ;-nv,'tnll r Allen, to the IT himself ilnto tine radic'al ranks, and, when he re ceived tlte iniurihs of w!.'lh he ,i, '., was en! g,,;od il n a r, . ,Hy attempt to s.rb it toe goy, roo IIT.it of thi Stitit.elevate the nig- o to the highest p,.litirI s itat -s. anlll 'enrave nine--t lhh ,f the Y,.". w,. h re he,,.,l I. , ,x; ,, , other t'lanr retre'. that he r tei,:.. ny 1 er-onal iij ghy. le had h.:-n an intllatt of , llnatic alybln, alt nd, whi i,- I,. pulalr inli ati, hIs be n fr toeely vented agahai:t the ,r,,:!d, calh:.lalng knan,- a-soci.ted wityh lfin, ht i kuI-h i-tlrtity of .it-d miade lht The Philndet.hll LIner -s' ti'r of the 1Union." JI Ye-testdy. by inveitt!Oten of le-tars. Creeoy, A Nicke:tson & Co., a tlargteo ullo, er of the most prominent business omea of the city, with a sprinklinga of other profession., the press in ellded, assembled on the steamship " Star of the Union," lying at Jackson t Square. The company were shown through the vesse!, and connoiseure's in naval architecture and gentle men experienced in steam eavigation, pronounced the noble ship and her equipments to ie models for strengtll, speed, security and comfort. She is a new propeller, of twelve hundred tons register, and is owned by the Philadelphia and Southern Mail Steamship Coitpinyt in whihl many of our reldtent ntercthants are tockaolhters. She is the s pioneer of a line of -teluters, which will ply regularly between this port and Philalelphia. She has liuxrious accommodalltios for sixty pas sengers, and in provid.1 ;with bath reo rn, and all tJe otecr doelicrn a pplilot- al iu-provemtn.t for the -ouvenieice anl , ,ufort of travelers. (u lier trip hither she provel a temtrkab!y fa.t sailer. Aol, whati ist , loast i ptr nt, si h i oefi:et-ed by oull-ta lo s oenletl.n, s':illed ailn ex perion .. il thiit" pr ,,t-- i , aina1 ci refull wi'lal. A vi-t,.,l -hip is ý,n the st+:cks and with 5oon take isr t ,:,lce ,, tlhc line. The goent- having male the toar of the ship. were L,,1 iln4 i i' . . .:b- , 1 by Capt. Cookhey, her o lut;t o' u tol..l h - :. mut ,polite airiser, Mr. I T ,o. ',. T Ir I a--i lt, at-;t a 'eI h htflil h,,rt w is spen it tihe , i terc a l,,e " p,:Ch enti,Lneu' and ,eit, tI . , i p trio. the owner<. t. , I,-ar l. O ('r- , y t Nt i elt t .o the` : r t ,f tll e li:}e r,,,'+ivi:,g e larnent ,olIscrun laticiis l i n t I: e au-pic iil -r pe lln , them I' ii - torie lls enlterei,? A , t! .` ,ii ie ai pa tric wic:_l ,, 10. lltk ar1 h c,i, :tl y of (',ut Cool.-" a Iyth 'v Shad Ieta w'' a:ll inrl, " 1,5titt - l hi s i ip l d'. lt ea ig,0 srt td, a t1 will sail r Philadeplhi.s to We litve htl e rto, ti;ruvertently omitted to enionitt compli ont to Captain Win. Loskwood, of the Third titatriet- pole ie. Is br other oftfce, o few days since, prese:nted hii with an i's gll -gia of oflice, anl ufattored of gold, and artistieally I designed ac n excut It.eIa a tI'll otimoial of their 1-te-et for him as a pbll i Oilicer and a citizen. Capt. t,,ckwooid's recodil, as a soldier of the arsmy I iu Virginia, is among the brightest, and he who hehlved well thterot, it sure to coilmanld respect .i Latlever peIt hie may Tb placed. Suelll.lll Aninquest wan hehl ye-terday upon the body ofChatlles Ilerutz. a native of France, twenty three year, ohl, who conltui!ted slieide .tWilone' day evening at the hou-t of hi;t brIother, aI. Iieratz,o at tie corner eif \onragut ant Moreau s-teets, by idowing out hii brain- wtith t reoveir. Te evi itnce ed'l hlt elicit a ily iiteediat etl- te fi the suihide, lint t'~i docea' e l hadl been dlrinkingl ti'te:nlhe d til kill hiniself, to lie was tired of lfe. DIiowne ld. Deputy Coroner 13thiuti ye-te.dlyi held an i quest-on the body of a while ot:, fou1 d dtn no ill the till ll-il, shear Broadt -Itret brihgei. onta ipapior fouili upo t er 1. h! nai , ie sl posed to be Mathew lurno, thiiey-eight years rl formerly sergeant of Co. t, l.t tlleinentLouiiia n Volunteers. U. S. A. The verdict yesterday ws accidenal drowthng, Chirtlge of E'llserzzlesument. 3t', L. I. Joseplth has moideil an aitavit before Ri'"order Ahern. accuaile_ Mtr. t ut-lrie: .l 10ram-, a none,-y braker of this city, of emttltz-tl etient. The follot-vi -. ae th' " ,, :ifi.atins set forth ia Tit ll or about th twtentit atBi day tof Jnno !01-. in the city of N - (lileann, depona,,t it tr1-- ea e to3n. rce At,1 n.=, te. ve hunred and trty-seven dtror a 1r dr as the man day t,2 appe.ter, 11!1 in goe, and silver, to be s-1t. an the proceieds to be pai or returnel to tit sa' .A' s d .1 sell .aid gold a:od silver, 'eeeiving for 11,e same ei,!hteen hundred and drly fir e dollars. wh;,:h he hao wrougf'ully u.ed, edi-,;,d of, and, embezz lel " T' t on the th'ird day of Jaly, 1i,1. the said Aberams, wite a eiew to defriaud Mt ers. Pike. Lapoyre ! Frolloir, a bankdag comlpane, nd the deponent, did draw a check upon said companly keel for nineteen hundlired and lifteen dollars, in favor of mad deponent, without having funds in said banking thi company, which said check was, in consequence, and protested for non payment." Wol The case is to be examined to morrow. Mean- T time Mr. Abrams is under bonds in the eua. of two thousand dollars for his appearance. it lian Vgrlnou Items. atl I Officer Marcou, of the Third Dictrict polie, T brouaht to the station early yesterday morning, a.m" mule about fifteen hands high, branded "J. 0. S': gt on the right hind quarter, and "P. W.' on the 1I left hind quarter, mane and tail cropped. Lieut. i Jacobs makes the following refiort: "The mule ts we ta:ken, at tile corner of Broad street and St, t Bernard canal, at t o'clock this A. .., from a r Frenchman, who made his escape froml the oficer. - Two shots were fired by Mareou, but the cannot state whether any of themn took effect. An ac complice,also ridinga:amall bay mule,cupposed to be Ltolen, made his eecape with the animal, after a Ihot chase by the offieer." to' Dr. Trudotau' s heore and buggy diappearedil from Canal fo reet yesterday afternoou, while the an doctor was making a visit, and is cuppo-ec to have e Leien -stlen. i Two negroes, one named Iuckh Going and the sl, other name unkollOnl, ands on a flat boat, having c- c, deappeared mycteriou'ly, anl,] supicious existing P that th,,y had been foully dealt ;;-ith, G. I. Ie H- i singor, who has charge of tie boat, rca.ed several ee other ,:gloes, ia!o hands under him, to be arres- ro ted, for the supplosed c:rilme. The narne, of the prisoners are Wim. Laudrees, John Sidney, IRufu titolmes, Andrew Dent and Dandy Young. Coroner'. Inlquests. ta TciE .tcnronR OF lneaCo:.---Th verdict ren dered by the coroner's jury, over the body of l Mackin, chlarges Biehan with the murder. An inquest was held upon the body of Ed.lard a 0. Fox, 21 years old, brakesman on tile New Or- in leans, nJackon and Great Northern railroad. Ver- t dict-that he was killed from being crushed be Ai tween two cars, as the train was coming into tile city, Wednesday evening. Fox was a native of Maryland. Ii. Hardy, colored, found dead at No. 221 Com mon street.N Ilhty, a child 10 years old, die-i at the corner of i Iltce aned leligious streets. Verdict--cholera. MLortuary Reportn. The sulbjoined table ipresen's the deaths from I o.,iea a cd other diseases, together with a clt-i- - lication, wilh r.eferenles to color, reported to tthe Ioacrd of Health, since tile exictence of cholera in the city became an, established fcact. This table t dusc not include the intermlnat f.olm the Marine I Ilr,ee,lp l. whlich, beieng ndlcer ilitary ontrl,I at e not reported to tihe b-lard. eFrom tile l5th til tll August lithe bord has no reteros frone tile cenecccrioes. The ilrs, daily report wa dem to tle ,oard on tile ri9th Augnt. Tht, and al tlihe suoci-:er.dl dally reports, show the iltelrmelnts up t i o' 1O ck f tile morning of the day tile repost r ly be dated I Spvi.'. - I. i ..c e. l ll\1 L-L - S 5 AI,... 1 1. -3 6 laicco u ,5 115 .... 5 ' 15 1 ' 21 16 ! i a, L 2 ....27 t 16 a c:5 - a C to.... 31 na to -a S 0 na is . 4 .. 5 1 15 2 31a21 2, 62 t ...... 12 - 13 4 43 , 27 a1 61- 27 , l 8 54-t .. I c... . 2, Ia I 1, 5, !0...... 1 1 8 -- t1 21 S 45 1 1 1 41-an s 1o ...... 27 1, 1 t 7 - 2 2...... 26 1 2 2 - 2 1 7 - 49 25......h0 i 11 5 ts 8 'i 826...... 17 8 1 2,1 11 9'- 37 295 .. S. 5 5 26 6 c -o I . 4 4 1 19t I 1 : SeptemnberI... 22 7 8 ! !9 11 5 a 4t 1 lid It-- ' a 5. . 3 1.. 5 2 22 13 I 7 4. N 8 2 i ,q 0 i 11 Sin I9 1 s.' o • It a I ac Ic i m..l glil jj0 d,,alhs reptrted ill Ilhe returns miade I to the bui d ye,-terday, was one by cellow teer-. rPFIT Di. TrCT--the ht lln~tan docket canle ta , tal' i. a '.l. , ' .tt A, l as i t·ited i 'it: . wl as '' lat atlt sigtluattlle of Mr1'. II. ]L. Illl alnall d ) :1 ele--l:C i iki i:1 .ne--is. Pke. L Wyre k Cd o., i tr seti n lI tola di an l fl '. .., rit ta p d 'erii th, s A; . ,I t rli, t thail t ae-, tly. shaverla ' tlae-es f ' te de-s e l a! e I t 'ea it: t, in tfat, t.. MIartl oc a:ttl ct , o e t f ice s a p , : couta 'rn iitt oar/ thial tt lkrte clllnva l cirt otl ta csllale laof o en titt' i n n a' aa ult a.. llntd at llter' u[po v. 1l.nllt 1; -%v pal [" le ht in th 1 t' on "t' charge ,) h- 1 inC.e or tho 'th ii-t., a- Moolre, lof, n,'l ll edow ,l ICl e a d ad w tit iltd to dl', it 'i i, Ie n t l alt Italie t allhe e Ih." ew ('itasl. , atl"h , , re-ileng at \o. 1.' 1 livat tsOt-, ''the a ia'lred pThalecalti' t p eta to, atiles ciXssta:I ntel',tc'a lla e Ilalty a tlll e. lagtae a at ltv w e lit c tmplaint that they hal ll their I p lall) C ,n, Il aeo aIOa.l, two balet t cotton part . i21sf Att t g , Ie .fap Kata e Davenolrto, a llcd tolr ee et ier The eaanep of thie y,,cthe] nJa e I loem: a tn, detinwaed ef etaclintg five htndrt'd att twenty d,, s. in spetie, frtti is e leploytar, ie. M i'aa eas Blaset No. 2,'a Dea ll .a teet, onr ditthe 2t 1 of A tri fl , s p s Onatt iep l to Monday neta ine eouse,,ta e u e of te Sa enee ef witikesse Malrln . onee, n 1o)lice oifr .ir. ar i cntyll oltted for tlal beta e ithe e, earall c t iFi a a in c onh o li ittig a l asalltt a ld t ateryl a o att nittee , 'ef na n it teed cl ealnl Flellrig, resal ie e t l Tritnt Jalo, betwe Sin laronn and Phlcitipae Rreets Two e t) t a cwomeaal atatll e w llea d tiea tipl Itlore a tad Matty Co 'peta, ast' (.l se f the' a aaca oy ula twenty dtll ,'saa aaat Mlrs. leaavez. were di-a-rpage. te priha oseen 1er ae tl.ese, a o. 127 a ,ed,- , ; trI.l'Oi ke ate tie, fa eoll .tling jrunk on taot ,i b.. atalthill au h sa oe had t ),ola ltilie ,l toa a ate the nalisatae. Tha e tast wat w'Ol ed. Julia il: atl an M uarh fa r drulh e ,enesr; ]),-tltut,. wh a rrest, a lie,a Colodllta t ll on St. Thocna: street on tVe t.ateve.uveettigae etc Slwd late' I ldoIt, I a *aeal a ald ':r-tea' i Ito tle ll'altttac au c air t fite tlte aattrat ot time : a t at 'P't a i.her, as ala beot testad aea'l , 'a t [C . * atr. ao ,dltly days: i' aroine Icetaclfey aat d \l y I Ja 'tata Mttttt l. fia' heisa drt nk at m iatt' ft 'iap e wilt t li'e ollct, Belit actlll, ai intlh yin tht' ait trtll t'e of theirit te , lt a a'm'. . .tc d ill th s... ilit Caldweta , neeg'o, f ar d• t .e e ltg thaa !ae an at t'a' t tie' etattea, o t ,' st ta e t tahtl l atdphatinga dt i lat-s aa e ttac etd N a0l. a tattepatipci t inteas tte't5U1ttce (oa ta e p,,s.."P 'la1o' oei.steteat0ea, tjaash. tea1,".e Brtattat , afpe r tiolaing , t city t trdc - eti"[ a 'lItar aae, c o tored, f ,r inv lt , ttp the d, m tie hi a elts'ed .ister. f ls me, Marsha I a hom' a, 0 p0;_0., al et',, as atalra t' :in e01 a,1. henry- Psaatmier, artre, lNter a--es tigtaita Itat t Pansleeaeer, far fptitbs."tti the pease ef th'e ereorler'a ali'lavittrt eli, $2 ae each. ESttst 0N i.irsCar.---FtAny I.aveaas, csoreat, wea t kceps a house of ill fame o, Bienville- street, wasn m made to payt io or go t the 'Parish Prison for 11' thirty day, for distorbing tile peace. FEliis Butter, for sleeping upon. the payment, snd carrying eontealed weapons, was sent to the Worlioue L c for ninety days. The case of Anderson Gray, colored, for as tnltinog and threatening the lives of Flotury and Sp. Doary ;ourner, wast continoed. RIbert Dalton, Peter S rith, Fred Farre, Wil liam tl'urni and Bazl Lasnburoag, were lined f;, all for being druaonk. Teontt D.n.lcT.- Geerge Kern. chargeid r htis mether ewithi uing ione lngr go acnge toeihar!ot:ih Te" grave peace b edsa ad $2;e ita, or thirty days ia the Ptaltih Pritot. MI. Lan iga, , foo r diotc rbllog the peace, was fined The case of itrs. A. yle, charged n-ith di- DE tut ining toe paeo, : e h- cctnt . ls-d. noloi-, tv-coz, for assaulting an officer, waes fi 2or .latx eoth . .o the Wol klsoo-e. En A Wealthy Vanranet. Tihe New York Hera!d gvcse the following a- HE coun t f a wealthy vagrant in thit. city: ik yourc friend if he knowe- Jo,-:, Epstein. ao-,-- n lhehia d Jteiay o. Ato hth nilt leihaso ever tl.t ial Ioi jone i-o·i to, aeb fro throlegh tle cityp a c mt, ap,:oentlo-y aolei thit-lirve or fIprt ,u-ars Oi age, oiith a lriegiot ry., end in'ellirh cnt face,. -hoou el oi laicr ppcooroi - l,- hring lost both ccc rotoi just above tihe khl, ackilg a ac .enilg:y tpainetl antd tedioum pro areo t hro ogh the itreets ill sortt of sittig pto-iton, tsitoug lis hndiso IMt stiots-hi tolehos .rotectLed p I, leaother gcoven- occarints a lhilt, dlirlty lookilg Jac-et nd a little, roouod oleil-cep withtl a stroll peel. Temo to one, if oe reo tlee in thise city, he will sa ha, ilwt -t ncls a iiu-ore freqNentll, and if il cl':ed too -pcak oef thi on chlariteatle deedd omy add that hiep sylpathy beinog e cited iby the r anos allctorneer, he han freqrluttly bestowed a gra tilv pe iu n tove, as he sulcea, es dering object but'snmebody was telling ]irn the other day th atc tihe fellow was risch. That "fellow" is Josepht topstei. Strangers visiting the city aed meeti ng Joseph, who in hit s peregrinations does not navoid the places where they congregate, general;y have their hearts mi o l ad tol i and stoh purse- 0 airings leoteed art ,he sigh' oa ro much, es they thiato, oetletitog. It is different with poli'emen. Au experience among thie criminals and mendi o.asi of a eit o like tis ratoer dolls tie sense of ouacita-el coloatisearttion. Consequently. when rfficer to. 3t ofi tohe dlitueteentlt porecilect, a Joseplh on O Filth Arvene. oo Slltind-y, about 1 pt o'clochk, t itl his hat it Ioas thand, soliciting atlma, No. e3tc recoeleeted that there nwas a law against thl begging, and arrested Joseph. oYesterdat mlorsitg Josephl wan beoueht before Justice Klley. No. i!tc testified that te had ho khowno tio ao a beggar for tile last sin years, and at Ju.p-ll w: coalseq etl teots commnitted as "an idle per'-,:n withlout any vi-ihleo meane of sapport," asd as person "cwandetnlg illsOot and placing cr hl iol t ill th t pubooc hiotltway to beg." Being a Iaotorious Olueer, and as louch, intllhe lngnoage of fe tile tlottte, "an improprec person to te sent to tile its teer p tooee,'" lee ,ii purouant to the provisaion o' tile -tatete, eoltnlitted to the ptteitentiary I, r th sixty deas. Alte the o-cl ttittonet, COUeootC for ll Josciph tnaved for his dtisclearge aon te ground .i is not b:ine l 'wietlontthe Ieancoof roppoo rt," aed 1P toubtioted to the ctert ded-. and other doscnoent showiag that c e was I osessed of real po propeory to the aonlut t of 025,000.0 Jotlc,. K'lley denltd the Co motion, nd contacl elastted his itntention to certio rari the cnease. '.'ALT-At.E ]3IPROVI:UDAD VACANT REIIL E TATE A AUrCTION BY THE SaEnLFF.--Partittlar attention is called to tie sales at auction to be omale this day. at noon, at tile Mlerchants' and Auctionaeer' Exohsange, on Royal street, of valui v tble inlprovecd and vaeant real estate, viz: 1. A two-stooy dwelling house, siteated at the t corner of Bienville and 'Villero etreets, Second 2. Two lots of groond, situaoted on Villere street, bweteen Bitvitle and Customhouse streets, C Second District. b 3. A lot ef ground, situated on Broad street, between Bienville and Customhouse streets Srecond District. d. A lot of ground, situnated on Customhoune street, between Broad and Dargenoos streets, Seceoted District. t For particulars, see advertisements. . . *. __ _ I.tron.toAN AUCTION SaL\S.-.-itessr. tIofinan : dii hearks are in the ealetion bhuiness. They have been known in this community for nearly twenty fr( yeara. They have shown themselves, during that time, entitled to he goad will and contidence oi cr ur ,iizens. Lastly, they beep at 39 Chartres wt otr"ct. " le What we have now specia!!l to say is, that onl e 1-Inod.y tihey are to m:kile i of thoir largeSt e ale a. I the firIt place, they are to sell 600 pack-I. a<,?s of goods. Thbte wi'! ,e dry cod<, both fu S d i -ti '. T , e t e : otr T egy alre to le ,, , ithouli t reo.erve. Thei., ales til will colr -c ln,,a-t evclV \.riietii y oft dry gooI s in atie ntal a ,t. ThrcI wi ill t h e, o l rt toi anc, .i)i 0 pur. ,ite li -: Il"1 c'!iiii I lt'iao '0and a n ei alni-t ra itai t:l f ,oi: 0ti," j, llts el vu reti , , w ::' blo aec- t tie t, ow:iel t,. t vtiI ry vln1ca tyI l go. 1-i for whi.i f -------r -te itaa oeii>i Piii -.i ie, Nora.'i :. l-- The tt.oamer lt h tit:llilt. tiltie ! , i 1 : ' a te .lll ee v ") I e lller. Live lFtr,,e a-o lf t wet l tche, e . M. t i',nI . She t,unche f - at P a-, . loId t and the other water!eo plaw , e.. hi, l Ia t t 010io tyri gs. The trigiiie ilo l iony be pare - of .te, by ad weathter, .ll TI Red Lai, xpre- bus the following on ¢ fT .il The 1ublic mnl hli ilt i< nto n i som- -i- what inter- I estel oat the oubject of pn1ote)mt. We are glad tea that te cittizeus are w ine litp Oln the s i et, it i elve i-ol Thillati it eias in grieao lt ,t t itie ll, fto doabt. T'here pre s vveral -pang, within a short di-tanoe of thil ee, c a ledi "'tr .prings. de aThaitl;re ouilt.g - o'e latr -octh -1u 1e00u01 l.'rt ncvring with goutlomen wio have f Sa ti ties and it i t bel ty, , e m f thale g,,t- 0tk -------I it h ti-le-ot ti lr the li t ll i-e t.t ha inltd ahtnl thl e hio aruil. Alg p 1 aee. ti hoea r tio e- ; r e Ttafom itdmlt ini lietaitcitl c lotia xti S'll " "1' H h at c aclquo r d w irl ,op out calital, is the want of tratlsporta- ie i eefndl iie lhci:o it - t I- ,lllalae it i . mh m the Arimei, N- l ' tvlrt i ,tiac i tI' 'te h on .t hi ing ratice. A o g otlhh r tit ,t i he rel tf cltwe n.0 ta ta that earn will de " neraill t, a ru r 1 o ii l or ild ye do o ttl go a d to l.el inti, fid, ,h~n r\'0, t he ap ",l Iof 1-2u , an,' I B e it noIw - tiaa ear lyi. t ihi ty l IV cl er t e= it ati.1 to ( ite h ho tti Q aa :-* tott t oohmn--tait it IT, s d pett ent', il rll the f o'.!, dowing arbout f et tA . I t h e e e inl. t,} a gdu -:0t htl.e d ot -'h rat d co 0 t. 'eli 11!8" vlt in l" wa ipel ' It t I bur llye , itl e was witho ,ut Non'etwh e ear inc t, , , ct e fu,',d a ct it t Chief Jastiche " hm a is in e al hington. r h ul TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES. Ac said : ashen Special to the New Orleans Crescent, sTF trodu SPA at Pit THE PRESIDENTIAL TOUR, BY DEPARTURE FROM COLUMBUS. . ` ap EnthutiasticReceptions--Some Exceptions HEARTY WELCOMEAT NEWARK AND STEUBENVILLE, PA AmRRIVAL AT PITTSBU.RTIW C. I a P IMMENSE CROWDS - BRILLIANT PROCESSION, by i peat rapi Radicals Interrupt the President. B (ml oni RIOTOUS CONDUCT--INTERRUPTION OF GEN, GRANT, chLa GRAND BANQUET--MR. SEWARD SICK. Slit PrTrTscno, Sept. 13.-The President and his THE party left Columbus at half-past seven o'clock this morniog, en route for this place. On reaching Newark, a platform was found to B have been already erected for a formal reception. and decorated with various complimentary devices. Salutes were fired, and the people, who had gath- W ored ill large numbers, were hearty in their eitrii festationsof welcome. Once of the devicesexhib ited here was, "Xo Indianapolis here; we stand iby AR the President." Istead of anticipated trouble, there was nothing but cheering, as a matk of re pect, at Steubenville. The President and his party met a very pleasant aud complimentary re- 110 ception. The train reached Pittsburg at six o'clock this evening, and, in expectation of its arrival, the TW workmen in the factories of the vicinity were found to have turned out en ma-se. On its approach to the station, they burst into Ia vociferous and prolonged cheers. The crowd was enormous, so dense at the station that egress was extremely difficult, and itextended H for blocks. At the station,the President and party entered carriages, which preceded a processon that had been prepared for the occasion. This was decidedly the most impressive and brilliant of all that have been got up during the whole tour. The fire department were out in full force, with pt their engines handsomely prepared as for a gay w exhibition, and the members carried torches, as did a large number of citizens. On the arrival of the Preident and party in front of the St. Charles Hotel, perhaps the largest ,, crowd that has been seen during the whole tour ai Swas found to have gathered aboutthe place. The people were literally packed and jamnied to nI ether on all sides as far as could be seen ; and even in the cross-streets the a,-e was the same Sfr a distance of several siuares. I The military had tried to maintain soe-cthicg like or er at the depot, but thec anlost, it ntI e÷ - tir-cly, failed.e e. Thi .ity, a. is of course well u.. ro.... is a J, rade atl fcuus, situated in Thad. Sa vens's barnncerd country. Froma the first, the condu :t of a iportio't of tier :,rwd. as the cortege aple rached tihe St. Clhale latel. was uuruly: but the plan of the ladlal Vas fully developed only when the lPreident, t laving reached it, commenced to addresa tile peo le fotul the tralcony. Thley at once ilrteltrpted lin with insulting shoutings, ndl cries and noises if all kinds, so thalt n a word Ihe said could be r teard. This was continued for a lonlg tirme, ansl al iually, after vainly waiting for it to ,,hubsidc, and neking several efforts to illduce a respectful tat ention to what Ihe desired to say, the President, ith Gen. Grant and Admlllal Farraglt, retired to eolm the balcotny. It need socarcely be said that ni roth General Grant and Admiral Farragut ,,,- I" lemr-d these shamefulC r iocacedingsastheydeserve. The shouts, groans, anld nises were contineli N or more than an hour afterwards. (len. Graslnt hen again appeared on the balcony and req-iuestld el he people to go home, telling thetma that they hadI! teEn everything, and that they had therefore bet- i 'r retire. Tile tmob bitecamet so rtiatoon, Ihowever . i(o hat G en. Grant could not ..n tin.e his re or . pi ,ith any chance of being heard. Cries fori ' re-i- I lent Johnson were mingled with groeanlaa chd er, te or everybody, incluling lHetnry lWard BIeecher. Several fights have occullrred, and the crowd wiayed from one oide of tle street to tle other, ill I t in aoto.thiing smanner. It thinnedt a goad Beat fter Ct ell Granrllt's r.lllalks, b t neverltele , t riotou! conduct Wl contiueld to a Ia!e holr. Mr. Seward is here with the I'resident; bit he o still etch. Il At nlinee o'clock the Pre-i;ten. t party lnpar -hk eef a -tptons baequet, a'eer ,hich, hr y re- I irel to reet. c NoEr,.ono Ohior, Sepltember 1--9 A. . .--eS. - : eral tho atll of l''-tInI were lto in Waiting. r 1' (.hotes were iicedo. lags were prlofeely dle - ulto-e. A piece of whiter cotton wtas sretched cr· s thie road learii tiL.e words: "\Ve sta:ri1 I1 y And ew e lohonan. No hftrt , w"!P ral Smyleth intr,,l tdthe Pt i 1, Mt, .1 r. V -l'eec, the ieretle-y of the 1 .-ly, itreo al r ie-r t -d Admtiral Farra eut. r eetrat C'ail' ere Illaeri taor ecleotary Seward, but the i1 e cllthl-il-ti c crow'd Wcre i!forlaeI thit t le wea-: ton - e pw esltoapar before o em. The iced-lentin 1 bri :ef al Ie '-s t hankci Gmd h!o could l r'eceie this oud vol w ot'-tine as a citizen of tine Litted St.ttes. p ['as a sarcee'of natilieation that te could pre -i-t to tLerl the IIt- of the enottry nlt witn I 01111y live but wi b thh ty-.q. t atv . l'*nl Cin' u:ati to PR' bug,' has been su ,.essful t tie anste (ex'et1tios. At New Market h-, ! oliwed a ep:atrll of' -\' w Orlea ann.. Faint cheer WM(cC'alluin tleIptllaed thol, th:lt as they had i'a[lle. ('anti 0 l"w as not to repect the President,.he would II GO not addoreo them. alemi A call was made for Custar, who appeared, and I= P.e aid : "Iwas born two miles from here, but I am mii ashamed of youn.t Mis; STErBOENVILLE, Sept. 13.-The President was in- Nox troduced and received with hooting. N H WArilrosoro., Sept. 12.-The President arrived ton, 7 it Pittsburg at 6 P. s0 He will reach this city at mAl, P. at. Saturday. CI 21 A Iagra Louis BY THE, ATLANTIC CABLE, v H - -- ELai Napoleon Sends a Special Mission to Kit Mexico. and RUSSIA SUSPECTED OF HOSTILE DESIGNS. It is : man, Panrn. Sept. 12--Noon.-The emperor has sent ahift a pecial miscion to Mexico to confer-with Maxi- to co BIter.o, Sept. 12-Noon.-The Algemeine Zei- On tuns says the reopening of the eastern question forw by Russia cannot be for paciic ptrposes. VtEA.., Sept. 12-Noon.-The negotiations for S peace between Au.tria and Prussia are making ledgo rapid progress. ago BCnAR.EsT, Sept. 12-Nooi.--Two monitors tell (ministers?) of Prince Charles are to proceed on a 1835 mis.ion to Constantinople to confer with the Porte bnfi on important questions. iate LIVERiP ccii Sept. 12--Noon.-Cotton is un- Wel changed. T sales will amount to 10,000 bales. ii Midlling uplands, 13d. de LoNsooN, Sept. 12-Noon.-Consols for money, can 80l; U. S. 5-20'. 713. to son THE MASSACHUSETTS RADICAL CONVENTION. and anit BENJAMIN F. BUTLER PRESIDENT. , by WHOLE TICKET RENOMINATED. s the He hul ARMSTRONG GUNS ON THE WAY, TO CANADA, . Horses for Cavahy to be Purchased. th the TWO MEN CARRIED OVER NIAGARA FALLS, tb the Interesting General Intelligence. Sal wb Th HO3bIE MIARIEFTS--cRIVER NEWS. ai cit ---+---- pa aE. Et Etc., Etc.. Etc. tIi all I fe the BonTON, Sept. 12.-The Republican State con- tion vention met to-day. Ben. Butler was elected the prelident. Gov. Bullock and the whole ticket at were nominated for re-election by acclamation. son TORONTo, Sept. 13.-A complete armament ot to a Armstrong guns, to equip two batteries of volun teer militia, are on the way from England. The government will purchase one thousand horses immediately for the use of huzzars and the nlot army. in t Ni-aoAO FALLS, Sept. 13.-Two men, while bet attemplting to cron the river just above Niagara the Falls yesleriiay afternoon. Lad their boat struck fat by a squall. forcing it into the r:lids and over the wet ll!s. The mon were Mr. Cooper. said to be the spi p rtmater at Chilpewa, and a ftrryman. ad Neiw Yo4x. Sep)t. 13.-Col. Wood, ex-mtayor of irlynl. and wife and Mr. Ilaguer and wife met ten : a accident yesterday afternoon while the , in a carria-e, i:.elrthe f-ormera're-idedee at I Jamliina, lng- liand. The horces ran away andof "IheI the carliag- ti piece. s3. . IagIuer's uiol was fractured, and it is siiid e canniot live. the i W \ vdt wa. badly cut ne the e and may be Ii li-irtilr,1 for life. The ladies were cut and ccli ihr:-el t rrilly by S vell c.vtes of cholera are reporled in this city est it-,lay. tOuly one case is reported in Drooklyn. ip A t' cieTA, .I:.. Sept. !:;.--Thu oflicial return T osr 118q cities and towns give Cihamberlain titt ,0,215 votes, and Pilllsbury .J5,!I22. Chanblerlalin's th ilcjrity .,t far is 25,203--a inet gain of 5.1583. The ise Sinii lowns gave C'l!y last 3oea 7613 votes, but ad Hloward 1x30 votes. chill NEte YeuiI, September 12.-Carle Noette, fo the Prlllsian forger, has confessed his guilt, it e and agreed to Ietnra (?) the PrtiFssin mnan meat inamed Dtumiaci, arrested as dealer in coun. give terfeit nmoey. [Perhaps to return what was her obtained for the counterfeit money, is intended: her pirhaps to exonerate the second party referred don to.--Ec . CoU-seT.] Nat (leo. I. Briggs, the defaulting teller of the i a Nassau aink, is held to bail ih $00,000. still NLw YoinK, Sept. 13.-The cotton market calt closed firm, with sales of 20010 bales at 334jt@35.; sin ;'- of e'1, 111; of '62, 11 ; treasuries, 1051. sti (:d closed at 1431. IFlor dull. Wheat droop- pric inII. lhe-s pork drooping at $33 10. Lard 174c. upo S20i". So;ar ,ilet. Collibe firm and quiet. Tur- you peltine heavy at 60c.r08<c. losiu frnl, at $3 62 ut The cable dispatcles were delayed last night by red hi interfierence of a storm with the New Foundl P-t I.otiisLIt.e :, Sept. 13.-Sales 150 hhtds. of leaf oti tl ico at a dleel int ,. on tlgs. Flour. OS for Lie pni',:lnli ll nttt1 for etlra family. New red s00, wheat 2 -4.. Mixed eorn dull a:t 6i;. Ots 4i, the e:s prk `3:1: bacon shollders 17 ie , clear sides ago '11''. 1,t:1. iln tieles 20i. Role whisky $2 32. w Theo sivr i- ti-v with live feet eight inches in ('il't'cisetn. Sll. 1:3.-Suprfinee I!near .~@$9 75 n. i rtid-brluo -ll t.:12 I.0i, lcey.c13@1(t. Wheat, \. I red :2 (0.oi2 t. Corn "ci. Oats un- I Chatnged. Eye -.e. Whi-l.y 12 32. Mesas porkl -I. lhulk ualts te.,1., 1Se. Baconshouldersi 17.. sidl: . 19),., clear sihh 21c. Lard l ic. Su I gar i2iis1. . Col e 21,O30e. Gold 115. It V..0;eeni , Sept. 13.-Passed downl, Maggier Ilays. t 7, an.d Stonewall at 10 A. -. .River fulling. en A 'ir.usit-ll<' CoNir-oeT\.--The New York )tiidt td til be.an yesterday; and wa- we-l parts of the eillntlry, Northiand hSoutll. It see. on h-at trade' iiis leonstraetig tie llotry aacd- ii geillcely- t heen in t the i Pthe S tate- - itmliso atl the politician lltbor so hardl to noe a:ccl"ohlillsh. Mercantllle 07 i5s and inter-State de anorocrte, if let alOlil, till oson bring abouta fat practioal Iastlratihta if thle hanioU. A ceorretlp, -leit writes firom Fort .bercomblie. i)'uvalii ttc iiiory, unI:ir itheI iltlpre -iin tchat lie - it-P f ctl I' ara!i-e. i loltit i -.-hal t i -,,f .tlit i i -t if tt!:e world as folowi : "iNo -ite iOit i, tax, no Poll tax, sc ttxe, a ,'intv fud. La Abi,t to eid with, the li Ilidials and hal'-tbrel ds I ': i tell oin gre ccbaik ruita il.llher, to all ouar .uc at -e:' it Arryalvl at the PrIletpt IBotels. ST. BH PI.E HOT r.-CH Wh ittlee. . 1M Byaron. Franklin, 1,z: Mrfr H C WI4 01 ,r n La; J WiV Turman.latimros, John MlToohy rd lady ; T a,; J Willias; Miss H Pi - ick, mis S E Patrick, Mlel M Petrik, iPat ·i, oa; S L Lowe II CnCLgnate, .mew Yorka ; E *aap:eton. Mii a flanmeron, J Dameroan. Mies; p Tapley, Va; . Sullivan, W Smith, H A Grooks, SEanrsktne, La. ST. JAMES HOTEL-W H Callum, wife am, Sare children, Tampieo; e J oowaV , Texas; H aColgata, N Y; It Wilkinson Eigla.! ad Tapper. "antan; . C Bnckner, J Soaney, 'sliraveeart W i Gee-, M oisa D B Dupree Texs,a'H Pattias, Iemphi;: mrs a E : icks 'Waashinrrtraa n'Cl f i r Waebb Jr; C H Bradshlaw: J Warren, N' Y; J 'rith and wfe;'U 'L Boa d nlrdwifoa , Msls; J M Iilliame, Ala; W A Sampson; M L DiihtsW, Bias; 3 Barns, Mobile; F W aunn, Z C Gatbriit, aoxahee county, Miss; W Holmes, Montgomery; V H Thma; n is i t Jtohnsn; Ark: B ,-n' iiitt on, tC Bamilton,. Texas; A SellgmVa Mai go ery; W H Hands, S iM l dling, Mrs M A-We, bIn, A WoaIe, Ala. CITY HOTEL--Dr W BVma Vooihiea nTex~ I A heirvy, J H Colliat, O H Featenberg ,21 granm, Texas; J B Fane y, La ;.tie~'oga. t otis; P C Annan, Mobiiwe; S Cuibeots" ;.T I Scott, Hemphis;We ,l, Bralz, Saotiag. '. S ohnon, La; J Morgan, S. LippeneLxýt t nouis; J H aMrrells and fatity, TA A ale .eis. Lawrenc, coat. .. Kit Crion , the raeof the Wetein ;r os lad mouantino, Eas lately been visicted ~ n, .'r ;espoadent of the Cineinnati Commercsmr4 to ahom hs comnurrn ,Sat d the lalowiaginalterebg emoniscences All the Indians, hunters and trappers, ideol with ihort stirrups. I an al oest bow-legged free. it. It is more important to the Indiqnthoa the wjnitn mae, as it is only e iy aid of the ae' hcr an ahilthii position, Ilarnog down onen.e. a, as Co cancenl atl his todly bet his leg. - a1d." ".att nou have to fire at, as 'a therows Mlae fy'4 Ride-tntoeks, or aroan.l the neck of thtie. On this account, also, they hangthenatii z '.e forward. ". ,, Pome one referred to Carcon's Intimate Iow. tedge of Indian strategy. " Why, yes, I-anm-a to a good many of their tricks, blt they fooled me anee-they fooledme prettyhbad that; time. I'll tell you about it. In was in-let wae see-yes, 1835. There were six 0f un hanfr oant ltier hbffald,np in the Snake conatry. We had made s pretty good hunt, and came into ealdip at night, intending to stathrnext morning with oar hunt. Well, we camped. Had a good manfdoge with as, someof them good doga. They barked a ggoed deal, and we heard wolves. As I lay bythe"ie, I saw one or-tw'o- big wolvesesnealhng ab.at camp-one of them gaiti in it:" Gordon woanted to fire, but I would not let hhn' fae fear of hiroagl some of the dbs, . "I had just a little saapitoanet that tpretee ratht be Indians, but when I saw them turn short road, and heard the snap of thetrteet', hen the; gm came too eloase to one of 'eiI felt' etmy't.n and made ane It wee a wotf. The Indian foete me that time. Confoabnd te'-tfakit".bebe.iiag animated--"coafoand the rascal--do you thin*.he didlpt hove two old ba4l lo .aea inJ li bhane at he cracked together every til he turned to snap at the dogs? Well,. by and by, we dozed off asleep, and it wasn't long -before -I was awoke,. by a crash and a blaze. I jumped atraigtetfor the moles, and held 'ea. If the ltdtint hiad'beln smart, they'd a had us all, but they ran a'asooffas they fired. They killed but one of nas-poorDaala . He bad five balletb in his body, and eight in his heuffao-robe. 11The Indian were a boand of Sfiox.5. on the war path after the-Snkes, and cefe odats" by accident. They tried to waylay to' next..o.n ing, bet we killed three of .'em, incluading their chief." " DnCRtnS 'a IOF nDIANS. "When I first nent over into Californralta5r29, the valleys were fall of Indian tribes, ai. dn were thick every where, and f saw a great do.f some large and flourishing tribes, When 1' wa there again in 1853, they 'led all disappeared, and when I inquired about certain tribes Ihad seen on the spot, was told by the people living therg, that they bad never heard of 'em.' IAw ann ORna IN RSSELL.--Last Sataurday night, at a late hour, the peace and quietude of Salem was somewhat disturbed by Bfive or oaere white persons in a band, under the ,pretengce.of hunting fire-arms among the eplored people. They made an assault on two or more freedmen, and beat them. Whereupon the most reapectable citizens of Salem called a pubiio meeting and poasaed a series of reolattions declaring they din. oppreved of suneh acts of innovation of laI, and that duty to the negroes as well as to themselves require that they should protect the freedmen in alltheir rights and benefits, that the eommanity feels fully competent and able by law to proteot. the citizens thereof, and when they need protec Ition and redreat, the'ahatll call on the legal an d tholities for the same, .nd that the good and law- _ abiding citizens of Salem and vicinity are opposed to all mob law, let it emanate 'fromwhatever . esource it may, and they will do all in their power a to prevent it legally.-[Montgomery Mail. a. an. rS,,.r... a -,..a.., The following fromnt the Republican Banner is as pplicable to New Orleans as it is to Nashville: A dweller in Edgefleld or Nashville, who in some ohoppy moment gives up his present dwellings the expectation of finding another to suit him etter, is like the dog in the fable who dropped e snbstance to grasp at tile shadow. Once, in unch, appeared a picture of a fat man and his it wife on a hunt tole honues, while all the houses -re on slender legs rnunnig away before the per iring couple. iouse huotlm g has become a eduous as fox hloting. Fortunate is the con cience of a man who don't own houses for other euple to hire or buy; because he is under no enmptntiotn to ruin hid sotl by ataking three times oe cor:o of a roof t sheltecr a poor man's head. c view of existing ficts, therefore, wee hereby , no0nce that te are aloot to form an company f respectable nld healnthy fanmilies in this city, ho will agree to canip out in the streets during to coming An inter-to defy landlords and conquer iuh rentsi, II noblody else will build houses, sup oe the torporate naithorities constitute them yves it-house h.lilding C o alOyO, raine the capital a gentle te,- no the orwaers of high-renting real toate, aot supply the denmands of our growing ip ulation. There is a curious plate at- the South Kensing. i lsellne i, which deserros some attention, from .btrloge etre th ntnee tlhat took it there. Mrs. all, the owner of the plate, possessed two pre tely tlike. One got brlien, beyond repairinga at liking thie pcul ti' rocoo pattern of the tio, nhe thought site woOld try atld have it itched, and accordingly went to her chinaman. r the purpose. This onest trademnan told her coeld not he matched, nor eoldhl another be ode like it, but ii slte wished to sell it he would ve her £5 for it. Befolre Mrs. Hall reoeeorad t surprise front this ofler, La stranger w~ b had itered thle shop and examined the plato, offered S£100 for it. On her deolining to sell it, he tbled the amount, ad finally ainde it £25. atoranty ilterested now, Mrs. Hall refused to sell at any price, but took it to a connoisseur in eari oties, who offened her £100 on the spot. She il resists, and deteoruiled to ascertain the real liet of it, if possible, taes it to the South K en gtton thuseum. 'I tere he hears tchat her little ina plate, for which shehad always felt an in itttire love. even ictli ns nllknown retreat, wa icelees. You may set aty price you choose ion it," the secretory enid, "and it will be given u. We can not atlurd to give youhnalf its value, at we should ile happy to purchane it at $250." La Pere .anet, wnio has a wooden leg, has long neided at the Ternes, one of the suburbs of aris. - Four economical reasos, thie old soldier nas in the labhit oe takinpg his meals at a cabaret .t outside the .rails, and was wrell known to th threers of the customs who collect the octrico du f1. They wore accu-t.,nnnd to see him pa00 out ole the gate troee timnes o day. ndt otten chat ,t wnith hnim cnbntn, tthe btt!cet lie ha nitnessed in e titte o f the Filt tNapoeoun. A few evenings go tihe oil fetltc w ao khnnned d-own by a carriage btile hobhbling thrnough the gate. tie was picked up ta pool ct whao t appotieclre to he blonod, but after ards was fun,1c- to ie willse issuing from his ooden ler, in wh ich he had ii times gone by otiugglct iacmny loig-heads. RrtEtcIcc-, TnI'. It'l.trninSL-It. is announced ia, lettcr f lonat t. Pett-rbur thalst an imperial i:-se c hs jnnt been o -t, abolishing all pucish Ion'llt neretofn(, e nnnlicttrd tupon ,eronsnofor re oincigt the lineet cnrc-t the State religion of lusint. Tlhis refotne it mrefontet a as lont atu reait a te) itn avanttn critinization as tihe rtcet ntcition of scr otnlo, nr.d it speaks wceli fur the nlightteucrl pulley of the Eliperor Alexantder. Macn c stlange- tenkt-f t lightning are recorded, no| Oc .e n i, n i nn cunictd to credit, are indeed onntramdilnnre le cc:-tl, it is aid,a melaber oaf tle of tihe tin-t al-Onilinins nunn-o.wlere out West was .ttilng in Ihi situ donrc, wrolen .lsshea of li-htning net directly over ln head, pasised down his btody, .nerly atrie-pintnr lint oi his clothesn a!ntd finally -epaltedo af cr t c ao terown his toes severald fpet ia tec air. The lnte was but g lirlitly injured. Reporters sod poverlty are generally co nsidered nnrtoonmeOus trmto, tat there are occasional ex opetion - asn is evide t from tilt following Tlhe innca cdtnn on tie lltnnibal nnDay Coarier I w nrea.l Iit i nnl ,c ner an inthen lWesto. He sms p his wnnnenn ponse-sioa it ten is wise n Mrs. I.,:ýal, .,lOIrY -t o e t -even weck- old Local, 2 no3)ol' , casnltn hl nod, -3icents; due on aecoant, 1i ;e o drie 12 coits. To $ 1,7 .,001 s t .