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OOK AND JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, oA CAMP STREET. J,. O. NIXON, Proprietor. The Crescent Job Establishmaent *-azNo saovIDsa WITH TIlE LATEST AND MOST IMPROVED STYLES OF PREaBSE. 2'he Celebrated Manufactories -or Messrs. R. HOE & Co., and GEO. P. GORDON, And with all the varlou style and deslgns of TYPE, BORDERS, ORNAMENTS, CUTS, ETC., From the well know foundrles L. JOHNSON & CO., PHILADELPHlA, AND JAMES COINlEI'S SONS, NEW YONS' I proepaed to execute everydeeption of BOOK A'ND JOB PRINTING, -In A ANNn" UNSURPASSED BY ANY OTHER ESTABLISHMENT IN THE SOUTH. COMMERCIAL AND MERCANTILE PRINTING, -Such a-. PROMISSORY NOTES, DRUGGISTB' LABELS. 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NIXON. No. 94. NCAMP STRE2ET. WITERMS-DAILY, 6160 W uLY.T PER YEAR. VOLUME XVI. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2a, 1866. NUMBER 36. Xqw Orlaenms faiiir Cessft. 1 OFFICIAL JOUIMNAL THE STATE OF LOTTUISTANA. n TUESDAY fMORNING, S.fPTEMBEl - 25, e18 i. Death ofan Old Carrier of"thte Crecent. On Saturday last, Gustavus EIhronborvg, tl' da oldest newspaper carrier ceonneted with the f (CeerSCeNr olie, died of cherta, after i ver short illness. ltia due to the memory of a faiithful servaont and a truly upriht mad, tetltt a pa1in" notH ie of the event should he made. IHe had been a carrier of the Ci:.ece:ra nearly fifteen years. During that whole period, its pro prietora ever folud in him e man of ounlevatig bo truthfulncre, unfailing probity, and -etr-plouslya d t eonscientione in the dliselhrge of every defty. HIe was a native of Swedenl,, alnd abut S y: 1r4 of age. oa tinable his station weas hre, lie was ti gentleman by rii t of birth a. well as by right of the correetneci of his principles. Hae sprnmg fro , noble Scandirnavian stock, and, l hib native land, a was entitld to rafnk, politically and socially. di Why lie lefthis country i not knlown, but asl n tur-. iedly the ea-re, whatever it mlay ro te been, etch 1i not -ueh as would staiu lida escutcheon. Resolutae ino retaininghis self respect, yet he was at most n t assumling man. tie never referred to his famitly or antecedent. and soich meagre knowlecge1 as' we have of either comes from others, not himself, Co He lhad that hudility, void of obiseiiiousne , i which s. becomes a rentl, rman, who cannot re- Ili ceive a rebuff or an aflront passively. Advanced astic was in life, in 1862 he refused di to take,Butlern' oath, and. registering himself as an " enuemy." he was soon after ordered to leave the city. Upon arriving within the Confederate liane , i1 though exempt from military duty by age, he vol no unteered in the artillery service, and , served, in thatarm, during the reniainder of the war, as lie tn served in every other situation, faithfully and so honorably. lb Co far as human judgment may measure the H character of man, Gustavus Ehrenborg was one of the truest and behst, anl all who knew hint will join in the hope that lie may now le receiving the fi reward of the just, the brave and the good. ti The ERoyal Street Railroad,. A ree tiakn to set aide tle injunetion sered oin by 11r. M .intgona,-y, to restial!t 31t-.-r. Ni,-lol.on & Co. .lron buailiig a rai.rn- rotn -iUil orreet, wa- tried bieforie -f.lge Thear. of the Fourth Dis trito' Court, yesterday, and was dismissed. The trial of the injunction suit uli of its merlt has yet to take place. 5Ieantime, the upturn soteet tiu rcinta i i its present condition. greatly to the in covenieance ofl the puivl. - The Collectlona at BReorder Ahern's Court. The' amount turnod into the city treasury fras the oflfice of Recorrder Ahern, for finei. ciliected for misdemeanors, showa. measurably. the amounnt of public business brought before hin, and attest the proity with wa-ih the atlairs of hie office are lcondlucted.' t He yesterday transferred to tie treasur er f12t1i 30. as the collections of the week preceding, and $140i for the fortnight previous to that week. These returns have lto precedent in the annals of New Orleans police, and yet they are but little areabove the average returns made by Recorder Ahlera since he entered upon the dudes of his office. Variosn Itemr. Two men giving names an John E. Campbell and C. I. Deetan, were hrouglit ito the Flirst Distriel station last night, and locked up, charged with be ing in the St. Charles hotel under suspicious cir cumstances, and entering an unoccupied room i the house, without having engaged lodgingc. Niehliola Howard was aerested by the First Dis triet police last night, for indulging in the foolish freak of appearing on the street; dressed as a woman. Yesterdiay afternoon. Peter Ilaze, driver of a beer cart, iler Sturkin' brewery. on Marais street. Sfell from hi seat while driving, and the wheels passing or-r his body, he wasseverly injured. Hie was ttlenl to the brewery, where he received medical al. A man named C. C. Cole, arrested at Shreve port and lbrought here on a charge of larreny, o0 the steamer Caddo, esc-aped from the olfeer who had hlim in custody, while the .hoat was mooredt for a short time at te toek lalndmg, and had not beeon earse ted np to u late hour lst night. Carnalrn' Ilanoontn. Coroner D'erye hell the fi.owiu g inquests yes terday : lO the t,,,lc of a -lored female child, fovr 1 dead nt No. 2i St. Claude street. Verdict, iris mull nascentinum. On thit of Thoeae Parker. colored, 3i yearc old, at No. 2i8 Victor' street. Verdict, hemorr liae ou the h llags. " Oa that of W0m. Kelly, native of Michigan, a erd Sypear. at the nliddle station of the City railroad o Cmnal -tte t. Verliet, choleret. And on the body of Iilton Stewbruielle, aged 50 years, native of Loui-iana. Verdict, cholera. Ueeorder.' Court.. FIroT DimTniCT.--Nearly one hundred nonm plaintsi cne belo re ilecorder Ahrern yeoteri.ly, and reumarkably long as the dolckt was, lie dis posed of nearly every case. names Scullvy as ptrionnipal, and William Webbth, as accessory, were arraigned on a ch.rge of cout ling and dangerously wooudin:g Willam onlearod. on Clara street oni Sunday night. They were re manded to pnisou to uawait the resultnd The wound. SOliver B. Cook, the gentleonan, whose sadden attack of insanity, while in conversation with Sergeant Adams. on the streets,. we noticedyester day, wons 'rdrlnd to the insane asylOln. MItte. Ellen Snith, who resideso fryadesstreet, was brought to the bar to answer a complaint 1 moade by Dr. Mercier, of haVinlg received from Michael McConni=Iy, a nurse in Dr. Mercier'n hos pitalonl C ocus street, live Ihousand dollars, stolen from the hospitam , and of tile laryeny o which, i usaid MComistky and ayoun McKinley, the cle in til infirnary, ·. e acounsed anid aro in pnrisoi await nion examination. iMrs. Smith i charged with hav ig reelinved the oi nrno, lnnwig it ti Ontve I eell stolen. iShe letI,'d liot guilty, and eher a. t fixed for exainatin oni htrondlay ne bere tail being itxerl at nl) . hile wvas inlable to flin'ih thle re quired erdcerity and was sent to ,silt. John onihluid, aconseil of opening with false keys n. bniret Ond the preiises of Mre. Anue S. Blrs.ett, No. :;t St. ('lrae stil a, ont, thle i li inst.,ani o stealing therefrom onie nudred and tlilhry hdllar drltarn byl Mess. W\ilknution c in ael inl favor of all. Williun n Bassett hner hlnu lllnd, il co rnlli l dfo tlinal before tile F st f)istLient iurtl. Thie evidence showed erlt Gail fornd hld tben clled on as a lroetsmitt to do some worlk in the husP; that nlsaying he was sick, he nlaid down, and hilst he wrnas in tile torine, indi lrsin. In isett on sn tempolralily absenot, the larcell waiis committed. William .rasn, alias Alplhnse Dunrell, a negro wan connlni ted to be tried beftore tie disti ct cort, onr a chalnre of stealilg frnom Vnn. Kning. also entolned, a valise containing oinel ]ndred anld n eileghty-t!ln d,llars and soll o elothilng. er. o Beverly was anrraigned ilon at anenol. li of stealin . at various times, since lie s inst.. frnu thIe clithnng store ot Mssers. L. W. Lyons i Co.. coroner of St. Charles and Comllon n trnet-. clothing of the value of thiirty-eight dollars. The eae ist~o ne exaninned1 on the 4dh n, neat ninnilit liz:,ie De Cor'cey and Lntuisn l Hmdersm, n ol ored ui n.l nr. were birought to he hlr ti, ain wer Ifr all ninIed in'nny of eolht huei l!nn .din ,i1ulLrS ill -nlirelne, n.ni to 'ln thn reishl,,( oi nMr. Moin drewo l-Itznmntti,mn. nn Errano reeO n..lween W tn nol ni: anid lnrlcn =trerat, on tile O ln tlon t. 1'i," pri-olers wene nremnanded tn jail to aw.it exailll aennium Curran and nIilacli P.ng.n ar ton be ex-] anl Ie n 1o, n te 4th of next nintl onr n chlrgie ire ferre, byv ?hr. 13. Dulfve, of hrviaeg stolllen three dollars w,, th of oil cOnlir flioil tin ruins of hdd I Fel:n;'s" It!o oni -riday last. ' cnsompiut ignoiuont Dily T Wilson, pegfo, of stealieg $35 worth of furniture from the cabin of ln thle schocner S. J. King, Capt. Capeilla, at the Sew Basiln, on the 17th ult., was dismissied, no prosenutor appearing. John (Gorma was sent before the F:rst District Court, to be tried for an assault and battery on a ngrlo named Wnet. ICawtihl.. UMeyr Miihei and ila wile, ,lrs. Rosalie Mi-ihel, aecu.-ed of an assault and battery on Damln:l Levi, No. .lt (jirce et.et, were dnbcharged uponI giv ing bbod to, keelp the peace. ,olhn Taylor, a negro soldier, arrested with a pint d co, :neded oc hin plerson, wea- turned over to P the ilitniay anuthoritiles. Mr-i. Mary Potts alas e ootney, thl her husband nrrer-,ted on Sunday nishi, in a lake cit' c, of dhotlie];renca, ant the recorder eiicen her S2 .0 for failieU t' appear yecIerd iy, tat:iu trled, andl din ieha:",ed'Mr. Potts. Pretty hard on Pot;, w!lh, it P, n 'oybe npnwed had t1 t pay the fine, after 'eing rlu attyly'l,.k led tip all nigl ht. L' Palirfe cray, Kate Wilson, Theresa King andi 'Marcia Baoton, colored prostitutes; Billy 5 ilson ar l Gctneral Lafayette, negro vagrants: and R Pietih Martin, negro, and John Morgan, for pilfer Stag, were raente-:ed to six months in the work 1 h1iet. John Keaton.. fir- vagrancy, and Eoma Wlter, rroltbred, te fiighting and distlrbihng the prnce, rte sentencedl to four montlsfn the work those-th'e latter having Cite alternative of paying a line it ten dollart . iLasco Coltinsa, negro, for petty thlieting; Ctlntaic werilc an abancdoied CT if ivrau. ;en 1 ri: P o1. I-T,.stmi, feore'#rrn-y - ih,.ty diiys. It. t ll, Iell,nLor constant drei.d in Suv- ---i..y . ay. - l'etgr Allen, Michle.l llicl:ey ,nd Jiroes Wil-son, pickeid ol on lhe trcnete di u!.; cC. lchlou, fianl" sleeping on tihe streette, r ,. id 'fihnmas ilaian aln W Grandi.soin, negroes, ir i:-ulting and c abusing Oficer A. A. hnletson when on h ef!y--tfhirty dayt -thei seutoace af a rivirn :l, ; idndiun to remitilted fiolr 'palying Slien , $f 0 ef 10. y The followring fne were imposed : William T. T i nlor , ofo i Ellaen Keenan at mes trobin s on, four rda.enlt oa W aI. ith ; Henry Latne, ," C,, John-ore and Charles lforrisen, negroes, for violatlg city ordfinanes, d $2 each; Edwardi Illela. ncr·0, for a violaction of city ordinlancee, ti'zzi l l-ii,ne-, colored, a lewd awonla ; James Banrilc t a negro co!diter, for drnnkenneas and disturbiiing tie peace, and John Lene for a like in otfene, 10 each : Joseph Benunett, Henry Nixon and it-ady \Vis'bingtit negro pilfe-rere Will. l;orman a;d Willitm Maley, for droe ennet s a nd 'iserderly behavior. n 11e each ; iAbra Mazlreai, It eiro, for all esault sonEna Meatrriek, colored., 57'hi and Iichard.foetes aid Jolbh i.ttih, colored, tnd Nicholas l)edinger Pete r Dhoyle, Thomase d son, Patrick DIgtlterty, i. MeDertlot et, or Geruge Bartley. Aaron J. Feast. Jarntsr P. Wierer, Jwohei t opklse, Thomas Costelio, John MNclly ana I of .hero ujoie r, 'urbtaiag on to.n nice of a spree' i2 50 each. eci r and r)IT isrCTet.- onrrtis Lawrencer. colored, ie for arrildg concealed weapone, wa, filled $2, or twenty cles i lmprieomtnett. Mary Donaway, for lying drunk, wan sent to tei Woterhotiiei fei ice mtia g eaya. ',riR Iutrris, for Iarcely, was sent to tile Parih Pre-c, fr eIr dayes. tie I 'lhit' S:r!Ci- n r -li ct-rll fltr tlirnn'ini -ie, twas litr,te-3 or ire days to the iar 'r i.th t'ti: t licty " ]a.tield, :2 ie. - Th , -e Michael C', itdem, fr te ila, ont ial Ili'l: tit' 3Iicl-n.,,l Hogan. in the Fenianclliot ll' e lIonr, wcs diiemitd, aflitr Ihearing Ithe eviidence. , io Itew laCitS rteeit ecid beyond tiie tertimeonye pubL1 -,:ll d )cutelJay d ,runirfi f)ll(')ll'Rnurlt ln Victoria Bell. for teil samle eh'll' se. t C ii.e. l,.l t -'e cie eofi-erse, paid $i., Phillijp L tnI.. t,"r dlclk.,ilte=at wilnt ftr five dayst to the I t'itt i l t'li-o i. 'lh lt \iV ehalic and Sylvestecr tIt tiilltr p lid $"i fir tLe same ofltnse alsoe Chas. ale M-i.wlh, T.eeph Roder Alid Thoats lI)ow werre ' sent for live days to tte Pariah Prison for drunk ernitii. Will. Saunders, for the saome, was re Cnired to give a voucher. e i.\lvarez, colored, wan sent to the Lunatie to Asylum. Maortuary Reporte . ey The suljoined table presents the deaths from by cholera and other diseases, together with a classi 'iication, with reference to color, reported to the Board of Health, since the existence of cholera in the city became an establisahed fact. Thistable does not include the interments from the Marine Hospital, whicb, being under military control, are t n.t reftorted to the board. Froe the 5th to tile 'ite hli Auguast the board has no retarns from the be- cemeteries. The first daily report was made to civ ithe board on thie 9th Aigust. That, and ali the sacceeding daily reports, show the interments up i tto o'ilck lof he morning of the day the report may be duated: may rF u g u. Au 5 I T I ,u r I. .m y- ..al.. . G Iný: toAnbý Y1I -- 19 164 ilil 1:13 Alb. 5 :n Al ?i , -J - mo :st ar...u. I e u2 pi a o 2i , e tei A 21 21 11 - .," 1 , fo ae or w i 12 . i 1 5 .nIt of s3n In 1re 32ar of wlain ligh soil w ic hav :lrad uneron 1 uti 1n...... n I u ed of l2 dense o ln wheei 41 1 I9 i1 3 1i 5 C5 u a.r 2, Ia I ti - u s i .l .. 2' . . :I C I 1 IA , w -C 2+.... -5 : 1!32i2)iiiI-i I tion f o n. The pcY t a' v 1l of .h On..e de1 th.. g l i' , pe, y ; lo fIr e qer t e y t rda . "gaiost productive ovegr plantaton iflrther ptate tlred or eor i the pr esn o p Min eluded asv idctdi a vertis hn.Te trat lightrsaie, which have already uhde thoneteamhipa tio., Caomwsix huded Ef dense woodtlaed, wherein t hen a ouiteana, Ther ladinar w allt.age f 11y 6 M 1 ,1;" palicer ts the ridet-lie hadpet ad c-enextgaurndy mogainst destrci overflow. For furthrndir ot 5 r A. ut No 41 Carondelet I;...I °. 3 IS I . t r e Ir . A t .7 I ,treet, r o the meise 1 1e and f tohei 1'7~ III i 3 1 4 2 1 S :i _ th 1lc to enag p sage or to cotr for d( 2. 11 3 4 22 ATs. i e r L Ve i L Ie a e tie ( " 3' 11 ) rader su uste fer hnturi ld tht the a hi 1 1 5l C w , 1') E. 2aill whi :h , ha ing blcen, e il e irutll h 4er la 1 w il l 4et -e a y II I ; f I 111 1 5 4S 1 t, 111 2:1 - 1 ,. . 111 5 n 1 tmerning" thseard ofe Sund ay. Sheisaltlheny i t tPallnger, all seasipCua Capt. VaB, u ftl onlain|,2 wUn tln , 6 )s.:l e- it a .t f t o w t s .,i IA, N. 2 nfl. 7 ta 1 < I 1 been ^r t ., 1rief. 11 7 ] } .!1 1)i I 1:1 5 21 " One deathl franc yellow fever reported yesterday. t A P. kit-, Orr coTrac1TV.·-Our reader. n mn! note ns h refpainge lseterngae that oae of the finert and l1 mhst plreductiy sur plantion il the tate is ofied for sale or leaset, with the presenht crop in t chided ans ildicated in onalertisement. Thye trac . Psr-,n of seven hundred arpesh oufwell draained t, light soil, wLich have already unde:.gone cu.iva. lit ion, and six hundred of dense woodland. whulerein |are foiulnl al variTties of timber uisual to thli se Linaorllf , uiiana. The-plleculiaradvant age of th 1, plac:e is the ri.ge-like l' s plot hnd co: f nel ntg otlle in against deatroctive ovflOW o.n. Fer further par ir- ticnlari, we refer to MrI. Ar~thllr~hihautlt 3i Petersa S.tra,' ooip h rli emeie. a hewdty mileo abloe .ale Icity. - "e- S're\,ltlrtt· (:Iell. Cnoxii ELL For, New~7 YonB.- Otur read tetersmust bear in mind thah tlllhe st-salnsip d. Gne , Crome'dll, U·. F. VTaill commander. h2avingt| (h bheen expeditedcl in helr lading. wll leave a~ day nil earlier thin heretofo.. , L e adviertitaed-nsTt Suoy rder S. mornling. insteadlr of hmt1)lay. shie is a splenldid n ste xlm calln CaRlt. ait v a i l on of tile t,) [[lllcl. lit who Iia letterstai,"how to make his passeng ne eotufortahlle. Mfr. A. Munult·,l, No. 1CR Calldelet hre strteet, is the agent of. the Cron lwvell, andl his Ilflicc 11V is the place to engage ila~sage or t contra;ct for I'csia itt. Iro. irct NAKTIVE Yr*IIII is. PUIIcELLIS.-Dentllittl vII. lyg is a pool. subl~t~tir e for u Irtnre",r Le~t thno~e who n11 ~ b I~bcvi" case the sozodon', whicli, if dolily :Il: ott ' plied, wnill prevent all nearsa-lry for false I :nt i b at.. ( Lec'pingb toe real onea sound and healthy-.;!lg ts. I'asa.,ngerl·-; per steamslhip Cuba, Calpt. Pain,. }11' Air and \Ill· T. S R-n Mr Rg t"T.J.ThIp;1,T ;el Lntilrlil. III, I Hnu"I \rii.ll lhn' .In I, ill ----- y---- Ig- bro!!,t')t to ;triier. lie It )s lost li; fm ton', tt the0 ill I L inl ilp Ihie, and .Ic ahn 111 ArlliTi' cC Pel tic-' Ieeiater. a!- Its has soldl ouIt 1!"a newioil, enc' hlt it ...'yC~ 'e<" I d-lwn and coo thorn t' rnu *b. When mak'e'int i ivi bill o ll~ Ir in.16 e hint rnude~ratat d that they ne:s o oC 1119t lett cls."R. TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES., h¶ "! The BY THE ATLANTIC CABLE. i Inte Prussia Garrisoning Saxony. PUBLIC MEETINGS 'PROHIBITED IN SAXONY, RPRumored Intention of the Austrianu se Emperor to Abdicate.; Iado a night. SCusteral CONFLICTS----HOSTILE DOCUMENTS'-- ARRESTS, Lieute will p ----e- ---- eral ( Sermajaor a Tnity of CJLerrner P .-seed Throughout The Germany. gets' of Forts ha bore Lou TROUBLE IN HANOVER---ANNEXATION OPPOSED, will e, (Gallai eor -- -- facts rd ani tl Reported Cause of Dronyn de Ne r 1'Hruy'rs Ite signation. 14411 on Cot Matrimonial Alliance Between Italy idd and Austria. Let - coral n. mode INTERESTING GENERAL INTELLIGEI CE. Cr ohight S11 i SOats or WOREIN l IA" IR KE TS. Whis theB ace Pxors,Sept. 21.-The Proosian regiments, d a L- a tlined to garrison the principal towns of Saxony, ihave already been chosen. Only the towns of rape Belran and Bcorzen will have Saxon garrisons, eo. and the remainder of the Saxon forces will be a Strolanferred to Prussia. The Prussian prohibtiaon against tile holding of tI . public meetings in Saxony, has cansed great agi- tGo. toe. iation in Dlesdeit.1 A ruoner is current that the Emperor Francis l Jloseph has conceived the, idea of abdicating and Ni rtoe appointing a regency during the minority of thie lou ris. hereditary prince. In any case it is believed his stee , majesty will withdraw from public affairs and will Ti rT- appoint a regency to carry on the government not during his absence. were Hti Herr Von Beke ia spoken of in this city as the T, future Austrian minister of finance. Ar All the south German governments have in- bere rom formed the Prussian cabinet of their readiness to N introduce in their respective States the Prussian look tere monetary system, taking the thaler and the.gros- 36 cble chen as the basis of their circulation. By tb's he' rine means unity of their currency will be established G re throughout Germany, and the rate of exchange the between Prussian and other German moneys will Ar le to no longer exist. the The agitation against the annexation of Hanover up to Prus-ia continues, especially in the small T poet aft towns of the kingdoms. fed A sanguinary conflict took place a few days ago lie I at Cella, between the Prussian patrol and some loni Hanoverian officers. Pamphlets and flying sbee's has couched in language hostile to Prussia have beern it - seized, and some persons who had sent an ad- Chc dress of devotion to King George have been ar- Nei rested by the Prussian authorities. att at Pnrms, Sept. 1.-t is asserted that the resigar- r tlion of M. Drouyn de 'flluys was caunsed by h's fir ho laving written a dispatch to M. Benedette con- bo raceived in too advanced terms, and tnot quite in a' conformity with the spirit of tie Imperial policy. Earl Cowley will be replaced by Earl MaIoms C iabury. his FLORENCE, September 21.--Rumtors have been terl current that Prince Humbert will marry the f a dlauhlter of thie Austriain Archduke Albrecht. The relations between Italy and Austria have fro -assumed so f riendly all aspect that the rumor is Oiu Snot altogethr discredited. i TIlE EMIANCIPATIONI CILEBRITION. Mr,I SEWARD ATTENDING TO HIS DUTIES. Vi CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PASSED IN OREGON ai NEw YonR, Sept. 20.-The bank statement sr e shows an increase in loans of $1,170,000, an in d crease of specie of $:105,000, a decrease in circula- In is tion of $509.000, a decrease in deposits of $400,000 o. and a decrease in legal tenders of $ 3O5,000. I ,t The blacks of the Union League to-day celebra- c d ted the anniversary of the emancipation of their u race at the South. There was a procession on It n Broadway, and addresses were delivered in Myrtle r Park, Brooklyn yesterday. We fl^srTOq, Sept. 24.-The President has ap-. i. pointed A. L. Snowden chief coiner of the mint at tl r- Philadelphia. He has been connected with the m int utmay years. Secretary Seward was at the state department Ui to-day, discharging his official duties. Dr. I. C. Yarrow, of Atlanta, Georgia, has 0 been appointed xamlining surgeon by the com ip cis-ioner of pensions.t S The Oregon louse of Representatives hac passed i iy tie constitutional amendment by a vote of twenty y live to twenty-two. id Win. By.r, of Arkansas, has been appointed to r the Southeriu ilperiitendecey ill the nludian rs iagetcy. or Wendell Phillips Declines Nomination for Congress. re by THIEVING RAILROAD AGENT CAPTURED. CHOLERA DECLARED NO LONGER EPIDEMIC AT MEMPHIS. Bee BeTOv.,s ILs., Sept. 24.- Wendell Phillips lde Sclinles the nominatiou of tie iworkinginea for Con o gC'r-, anld iayl h ccail c-irve tlhem better out of o- .nlllgrasi than in i,. _.0I.oae'nrs, Sept. 21.-Adolphe Benarn, the ticket aeo: ,nt of the Memphii anl CIarleston Railroad, tre who ab,conded with nsear f10,00 of the company's f.und, was followed to Ccicago by detectives, brought back, and to-fay cotmmittld for tri1l 1 t before the criminal court. lie pleads wine andl Eiu women as the cane. ff The cholera Is no longer declared epidemic. 0, i off Interesting General Intelligence. j' -.- rbn IHce I-IOIE EIARTCE O RITS-IVER NEWT. W q the Eta., Etc, Etc, tai ' ' NEtW~y n, Sept. Il.-The Xc:4 Fooudland line sladown. 'No cable dispatches have been received to night. WASnINGTO , September 24.-Major General be Custer has been ordered to report -for duty to Lieutenant General Sherman at St. Lonis. He fr will probably have a couanPand ic.Kali-nss. Gen-i s eral Custar. received his come lasion as brevet c nmjor general in the reenlar army to-day. th t The series of experiments upon iron-clad tar- fe gets with the Rodman guns are still going on at o1 Fortress Monroe. The shots from the smooth- ai bore and rifled guns are said to be very effective. U I~oc:tsvcc.t.E, Sept. 24.--Maj. Gen. Jeff: C. Davis e: willsend to-morrow a commissiio of oficers to 5 Gallatin county, Kentucky, to investigate the o facts relating to the recent arrest of Dr. Ferris and the detention of the mail steamer Gen. Buell. S NE YORK, Sept. 24, Evening.-Gold closed at 1441 ;Coupons of :i;2, 111; of '64, 108lO ; 10:0's r 398 : Treasuries, 1051 ; Carolina's, cG. A Cotton closed buoyant, with sales of 3800 bales. Middling uplands, 306O37o.; Orleana middling, to N 3 '1. Little is offering. Lard steady at 17@19jc. Sugar steady; mus covado 10?@11c. Coffee firm.' Turpentlne in ° moderate requestat 65F8ic. Rosin quiet at $4 r$9. E. Cr-cr.osATI, Sept. 24.-Flour active and 30@50o. higher; superfine, $10t@10 50: trade brands, $11 505i:13; fancy, $13 50@$13. Corn, S0e. Oats, 45c. Provisions quiet. Mess Pork, $32 50. W. Whisky, 02 33 in bond. , Bulk Meats, 14.jrRle. Bacon, ldA t20s.c. Lard dull at 18c, Groeeries firm and in good demand at full prices. iGold, 1435. LortIsvrLE, Septeember 24.-Sales 70 hhds. of l- leaf tobacco. Flour has advanced 25c; sales of 1' superfine at 73i. extra fasuily at 0'11 75. Prime wheat $2 70, white 02 70. Mess norsk $32 25. bEcron shoulders 17, clear sides 21c. Prime c .rd llc. Whisky $2 32. of Vicssenos , Sept. 24.-Passed up. W. II. Arthur at 10 A. ns., a.dl down, Lady Gay at 10 A. a., and Ge- . Quitman at 5 P. r. River rising. cis I lYeIterday's Alternmwn Dispatches.. oil New Yoan, Sept. 24.-Tle four-story tenement he lhouse at tihe corner of Avenue and Thirteentl, hir street was destroyed by fire yesterday. Cornelius Rottinzi, his wife and three children perished. ill Two men leaped from the fourth story and are nat not expected to live. Three others jumped doawn, were causght on beds. and escasped serious injrTy. the The thIe issupposed to have been the work of an incendiary. Arrived yesterday, Ellen S. Terry, from New. in- bern, and Mtoneka from Charleston. i to NtP YORK, Sept. 24, 1 r. .--Cotton firm and n looking up; sales thus far 1000 bales; uplands 36.c.; Orleans 3se. o lour imnprs ving. Wheat 3i5c. better. Pork Lbs heavy at $33i. Lard dull at 0 ttjltjc. bed Gold 143. Sterling xchangel0 for sixty day bills. age fia ill Arpreas ofos ntan Blrane of the Confederate ipy--The Cheaapake AWatr. nor [lrom the Richmond Tlmea] all The rrest, in New York, on Saturday eening of Captain John C. Braine, formerly of the Con federate navy, on the charge of murder, and that ago ie had papers on his person showing that e h. - tme longed to a recent-organization in New Orl. -, e'a has beene announced by trlegraph. Capt. BHal e. -eer- it will be recollected. on the 5th of Decemb: - S1863, seized the United States passenger stenams dChesapeke, while she was on hOer passage fro n or- New York to Portland. Maine. He was arrest:ed at tile Wall iIouse, Brooklyn, on Saturday, on it cse- recuisrtion from Washingtoon. by the UCllitred Sta Smarshal, at the instance of one James Jobuso , ho first engineer of the Chesapeake, who was oni con- board when Orin Schafter, the second engineer, e inwas killed by one of thie Confederates engaged i l.he sl ture. Cat. Brair a is rs arge i n tih ne war rant.witlh themorder of Sclasflr. Joicnson. inllen CCapt. Braine was arrested, was very insolent in his language towards himo , and taun.ted him i it een terly. The reporter of the New York News viicted the Capt. Braine at the police otatioi, aid gives the fell owing account of tile interview : Pasi-bg from the prison yard t tlhe corriJor in ave front of the grated cells, the relorter found in r is one of thelc ai tall, hanldsomne, rmenilestly intelli gElIt nlan, alparlcnlly about thirtiy yers of age. witi ] high fi chead, large. dark blue eyes, waoiline sole, alo well orhed ccoutsl and chin, the gne eral exspre.Cion of hriis coutoenao being pleasan rather thaion oterise. lie was tfaltlessly attired in dark garments, and hud the sir and case, even, l. under the circun-tnea , of a werll-bltred genttle ail. Tile ldoorkeeper itimated that the iudivi dual woa Capt. Brai'e. Our repurter then ap prosached the grating, and caldo knowns tib object of his visit. Though many persons outside sipoe 'IS. very roughly of the prisoner, our reporter, asdp - ing tile good old Euglish maxim, that every isci is itoeCent until hS is proved to be guilty, was re solved to treat the accused witll res ect, and Ihe did so. Capt. Braille, on being asked if ble ad aGON ony objection to rucae a brief statenlceut of bhi col licity to the alfair which resulted lathe death of Shatffr, very readily replied that h e lad not, sal thcreupo., gave. is reply to interrogatorires. a brinf aeeount of tile t'hleapeake 'aptore, the orent substance of which is as follows : ir I l)ercenlber, lo1i3, Braiuo came to Wil!iams iburg, but did not tarry long; for about a week els- beflorle thIe eapture of tIe Chesnsceake, tie sailed 0,000 i coarsd that vessel wiii Ils wia il'u o Portland; hie lld at thils tile a eolucnisscon as lieutenacnt ic the Confederate States navy; while on this trip Ie coneitced tile designo of caplrigr tile vessel. lIe their nexst went to St. Joel's. New Brunswoick, nwhere 0n on isucommand were awnaiting his alreival. They yecle wn-e' mostly Englishlen;c; therre were s few hisnl men, iiu his oswn woeds, "as good fighcinig nco- as a man wants;" Ire lhel cameo thleoug Boi e-ton, via np- New Londo,, to New York, uoder orders fron lot at ihe Conifedlerate States rnavy departle elct, with Illc Stche Oren. Arrising at 4 o'eloc' ilc te aotesnoor, he went with them tile samne day oc board thIe Chce.a peake at pier No. 14 North river. lie nays list ent tle assertoel whiici has fl c ,llslltIc bc c lly nd thilu lie cnlisto:d lell 'roll Nwrl sorkil and BIrooklyl ia Shas utterly untrue. ()a the sala ilay tihut they went sln board cllcy sailed. Al, aluet 2 o'cilo, knexc c icl'- cricccllg Biill'c l c Iii cccl%'-dcr.tles crlptlcreci tile vossel ofi Caplc (Coll. Ilias esec had tll beiee asrct iluctrc.tcd i tlhcir roles. cGuard woel n lac d at -e arnt- aicu'se pcheits. Ther instructions were niaot to slnoot any ibut such a rof'uied to surruder. The ..coild enlgi ineer, Orin Shllbtr, it appears, when called lO" it to sutrrenlder, tas below, oiling the itnchinery. Ou heating tilhe demand he lteponlded bygi r upon Ilraine'a second lie.lltlll . Thrleer ' li were then diicharged ilt him, and he ,as in taetil I killed. Solme of the alift s, actli diug to, Ilraine's account, showed less intrepidity. Ote ollicer, he says, hid behind ia Ite box in tle gal loy. The lihst engineer was wounded in the chin: tile filrst onieer in the leg and arm. Bliaille sav thl he acvedlt ie calitnuna lile. but hnhudC.d i hlin. TIhe liraemen were put in irons The vesseal now in ptnesesaion of lhalane, nteaamed llude oan ded to Sea Cove, aitiBan Itind a litili~h island oft Eastport, Maine. Here Ioh remtainedl thre atr oui laours, andl then steamed up the iBay of Fu mdl Briane put the prisoners on bhtard it pilot b1 , tl Pngwash, on the coa.t of Nova Scotia, cattle t ancIor, andi had ,t OIcaiUinnmiiiatu. with the agent of the Coaidetriate States of Amerrca: weighed anlch, r, an1t steered for St,ellarbro,, k, t. laly' ll.libhix, and was by iaon next day h f Yii iul Light. O tl(. f'ho wing dly, the v.-el htvig ))eena. CaI.l.t ill a nstouai. iil' lC. Sable, )lnt into Shelbuld hdbat, short ofi oal; cleared otr La tlave, Nova .,itia ; fay there a week and madel arrangeents tor coahing lt SHandburougll h. rbor' near laitix ; siilvd alngixde t.ie Uitn d Sn'. 'tirtate ''ay r, ni ext In lr:llng. .0 the rest of : t connection wit the Che.tpeake.i isal a i dy ,tell kuntwi, itis unnecesi, ry t, repl eat it hIlre. At taie iel'n llnti . ta t the.i ari, B-,ae wai ial cnilJl..ll I I' tihe C lonfetante air hi- iasrlonllm r it. !1:1r1:s. Ilealong that the, war had tetaiuattrd, he ,b rned her off Jamaica Itland. ie then went to :urpe. and arriving in Lierpool Inst July, paid otff hte men and returned to the. United Stntee, believing himself safe under the amnesty procla mation. to took up his re'idence in Savannah, and accordingto his own statement, he.has been t on intimate tenma with some of our government officials. lie next went to Washiogton, and previousiv to starting for Wi:.iamahbrg, tarried. there ten days. He had been; when arrested ali Williams burg, hoard ing at the Wall Ionuo, abouteix weeks, He was visited by several of his frtends and ae quaintances yesterday. He im oheerffl, and belicte a- heheld a. comnistion from thueoon(o er i:e. : t:si govercineot, nii zh with the United ;tfe.were rac Ri.z.T.lltf rentt, amenable to the Intaws of war, ohe'kiling 5f hahoer cannot l.e roanrded as a reerder. He' oay. tehbihe nevet hirftelfo ehargeoi a eboton board the *eee'f; To reply t. iny, ir;e. ti, to hi place of birth, the eoo lain .ald tlot he wao born !t Holly SprInge, in the sttte ,if )i=:. .-.ippl. Lodleilag 0 tntellaence. in St. John the Baptirt pela the, ctelora hse been unsnaly fatal.. -The Mlenbalhebe, a journal which is aoovst intriniabty correct, statteo that from the 0th to the 14th Septeenier, twenty tier sons died of it. ' The Counriner of t.eTebe!gtve 'ae gloomy en cour.t of the dffs:t. of tih worm, rain and winds oh the coter tf.rop of the parisha f -ST MaRrtla A few weeks ago the field+ promried theltlest crop t hat ilea ptenters irtl seen for mtny topg' years, nod since that two-thids o. tlie crop has been de stroyed by unfavorable weather and the worm Uonder these circumstances the planters cannot be is expeoterd to pay expenses. And the-lrish of St. Mary has fared no better than her neighbor above on the Teche.-[Planters' Banner. The Iberville' South of the 8th, notices that a fine plantation in the parisr of Iberville, near it Bayou Grosse Tete, was sold by the sheriff at the rate of one dollar and twenty-five cents per acre. Also forty arpents on the river, four mile''above . Plaquemine for Si05. Doctor Ganrett'a:plinta tron on Groseese Tate, containing a thousand acres, and formerly one of the finest in the country. i o-appraised at four dollars an acre, and 1,100 acres in of wild land, appertaining to tlhe same individual, 4 appraised at t21 cents per acre, sold ialobok for fire thousand and five dollars. ' What do such prices portend? I, There is more probability than poetry i the fol . lowin-g, from the Planters' Banner: t. Gen. Butler boasts that he brought may tladies on their Krnees before tim when he ruled' the city. tie ded Iottalk thur when he issued his brutal or leo der against the ladies of the (Crescent (City. He Id, then thought them eoo spirited. Those who knelt to hirm were foebtless colored voodoos. They oworsh~ip crocodiles in Africa. of The Clinton Patriot learri that thie cotton worm of has visited the plantation of Mr. Jos. Bernard, ' near Baton Ronge, making a clean deal of hi Wihole unmatured crop. They were also appear n ing in force on the plantation of Jos.C. Charrotte. who has a fine stand of cotton. Rain, rain When will it quit raining? is the uo niverosal query. Not a day of unrrinterrupted son trlie have we rad for nearly twro'wveere. Inmonese damage is being done to the crops, both of cotton and corn. It is the talk now that not more than entaIl a crop of cotton will be made on the grounl ir rplanted, and that there is not enoungh cornm to do ill until the first of January.--[Patriot, The cone of Samuel Warden against the Parih. .re of Iberville, to enforce the payment of bond. , issued ome four years ago, came up for trial this y. past week, and was decided in favor of theparish. on Under the law of our present day we cannot quet tion this decision, but we must confess we tlink w- its equity very dobtful, for many reaorrns. The abortive principle of what is termed loyalty may tnd be set up againretthe paymentofcontraoloentered lds into under certain circumstancea, but the eqitla ble, moral obligation of our parishpaying these rk bonds, we tlhinkcaunnot be doenied. lanernussenota. eel See Montgtmery & Bro.'s advertisement of real l cstate, in another column. a Arrival. at the rlaelpal Hotelt . th - he ST. CHARLES HOTEL-D N Comingore, S N Krauser. Baltimoro, MI Reichard, S Wenz, N ; Y; t J Winn, St Louis; F hA eed and wife, Gal- h veston; C P MoTaggant and wife, Thibodeaux:i m J M Jeflies, Alabama; A D Scott, A Crow, St 01 Louin: Mi-s V hJ M Altheimer, Montgomery; H hi Mardeonld, G W Sheldon. U S A; J W Wexel., r Brownsville, Texas; S Neldy, FirstUS Infantry; k .Mis- D Shute, E A Mitichell, Madison parish, La; 0 SB B J nes, La; A L Mason, St Louis; M Mayer, a Ai aiseilspi City; J D iDamerou,, A G Blackman, 55 Lake Provideuce; J H lt BilehamA Pass Chris- h tiar; Mrs L J NWlan, Mi-s Fanny Nolan.La; T S o Eacou and wife, Alexandria, La; J F II Drake, h Pdorey, Mis: Mrs H C Walker and son. a CITY TIiTEL--Irs Moore, Texas; Mrs Bered a nid famiisi Toa-: LCimsr, N I; Miss Hlobmes, a E[' L Nstocltana nld aife,S FC; W WBenjalin, Tsx; a I I C. Mit:hell. Ia: G 1i Feotenberg, Texas; Wm tK- Piy. SIi: T B Faster, Texas; T Rawlings, do.: r I IlRhodes. do.: IV Ii Wilson, Jr, do.; W L Wynn, I s La; TI Wauitl, louston. do.; B D Martin, do.: I Miss M T Martin, do.: JO lBryant and wile, Hemp i tead, Texas: R A Smith, Miss; iMrs J F WraV, J n i Layes a!d wie, Brazoes. Texas: I. Trabue, do.: i- AP 1 Williams, E ( Phelps. S Morado, Browns- r rile: J E Caldwell. Z Hays, JH I Meuge and fami - A i Il. Mh:aimse anc d wife, R ItI Mlur , Li; Lch ndir, -i. , SOhrveport; E G WilderJ ; T J Edwards, I ii l F Carter, E LB Gregg, J I Callway. J PT , W Pophe, Marshall, Texas; S Noland, MaIansteld; IsE C Tusel; It Levy. Shrleveport; I. Ilargeu, lelndersona Tixa : S Iloseelbanil, Marshall, Toex: i-A -~-is; , Texas; J l Wise, La; C KIirckhe a- wife, OJie; ('apt A S JAhnstou an family; C t I Bradshaw; W H Calvitt, Mies; Moolhead, T'ex; e N S Shea, Mindn, La; J A Mancalay and faon S ,ly; W W lkChesiniy, Ark; Dr J Murphy; P I GeCrwig, Y1asgsitoi, Ohio; W S Hlamilton, Bra e- shear, La; lW Maso, Grleeille, Mics; Dr J A Nah, Miss; aMr Woolf, Memiphia; Mr Smith, La. S ST1. JAIES HOTEI,--Rev A J Parks and wife, is Mobils; Carlo IPatti, Meimphis; L B Coll, Brook l lyn, .N Y: d A Pulvcr and wife, N Y; Hudson, t N Y J H Tlral anRd wife, N Y; W N N Donsr Idaho City, Idlho Territory; J H It Cap and E wile, liss (amp, La; Otto Young, C W Gre - ier. N Yc J hm Miller, G P M1illcr, Mississipsi: s- M uL McCalio nt, Jackson, Louisiana; Ir Tl'el. hk Mies Thiel, N Y; T TilKinie; J'm Fraim, Waco. d Teox J Taully Navarro county, Tex; WI N Led 1; Si, oalveston J A Wil;kins l T Ares, I' Perry. ill I Bailey, lMis lrry, J J Price, ( W Poaroy, J ie - Cownen WR DaItns, Mlis Moore, MP Mlyers, TeJ ; i T Amen Texas; A Daniel aod wife, S Ooldmnna, J oss -Zo rn, rSgu ini Tea; W II Clain, L.at; IV II Bow scoe:, 'l;isoesd, 1'la; J O nlnIUna, It T Posey, la ito Is ouI-e; ,J N Lyle, IIllnderson, Ky; D \. lnar, a Ioutuul Tex; D I Ad:onam, AT lill and family, is1Texass; A MiteclI, N Tildon, Clinton, La; J IV II I), lls. Memphii II Loc, P IlRichardno, BIrandon, DaIMis n, steahi:er Mississippi; S ciJliams, Md: l I G Tolbert, Ina; V P Sarllei, N YN; H P Bernard, FI - P aoodisard, AIhbasa; 1 S Anon Missinssippi; S1, ) lo Leslllllall Misiosii Cily; It P Inouglass t ' li l Harde an filyaId, Sumlnlt; N Ii Thomas; T ias F rlogald Im (libb ardl wife, E IW Hashins, Tean lat GI More oil -elnly, irs rienown, M[atloeiros; rJ B x1 ('Ilaitll.r, MagnlliOi ; IV C Stislller, Southiera Ex i pes c.e V o lteroullln animd l family. Rodsey, SMiJs; e 'apt J iPorte, Viclksbllg: A J Young anmil Ste i'e Missoin, Fha s Ya-s,, ines; Cto Jnes;c i a ('(itrn all BUlil)le: \V Y Gon dwio, Sehlna; II II tlinse-ll, I irgsoi n, IAla; M M Broolw, J E Den ;i e jr'e, Mis te un S tiathiur ht. "., The celeb. trise g t horse India Hubber, - o-riied i:l I. Is. ll, o'BnostoI, ansd valuied al ,si at -l: a)nn il.i, cl itelly is d at the Hiver bii -le l iin, blehIltony, not leng bsice. Thle event to r eio roun-!-iislebl s esoitse ie: t and indignation -ie eng --r, .si, l: ,,. i 1 . e reut rast t.ua t in Itialirway county, Ohio, ..- :- 1,,. rts were i billedrl, n-id a "rand picnic is to d I ta-kc: place ;It Circlevi:le, at which three presiunlma -m. iwill e guive tu the towanship p rdui t.g tile ere ,grcatst nmher of hoils of rats slanin. Thel ll i- rcnitlois aiaoi-nt ,e..etiviely to 0i00, S300, no-i oi ><'i00, and wil be dlsllililied, of colrose, r.'o oLaa. i Mr. Charnle, s Coi niledStie lis irie atcor - trey for lsortre+s io l~le,rale l ihe priseetltur of su Jit: Davis iu his cosing tisl, willsIooi COlenilleneL s-ia atstansinl Iis prosraenic of ti trial oil behlalf of i's, the govcrlticnte The Ihealth of the Iriso.e r 1-. ills i nill'ovin . Hll lie is saui to deire no excatite ing s.:t',l "ll,'y b) ,,:,d ia slir ad i'.Ipartid trial.i L - Flahs.h in tiveir l.pal ly -h -n, i FlroI-i tile glorious essrallier, Orr. See th(t-e teeth on;tar.i-l ed h l:I- W!lleiei., t!l- e hak a! ri I'LMt. S May bcau;ty's ululolu: be gCithl'sledl ! in --- --.ar-. lhu a- lo! L a iloil, hoks a and eyes s and s.ih trile-:. Sarro X qw cCr.eo, Joe, tell n twat made yom turn '. w elgo e Irivark said ilsst ...B O'*lse0 grave, and asked *hase it w i" o o'r " e:el, boys, turn pate dda I? There are oil eiimtanree In the lives of most men who lise on the frrtler, which, to Ivetea en reraaiy-'ll make them torn pale. And n.ioniion4gtatgrave rnd aking whre it wae, recalled a fearfop .e.t in my experiene. Bat: Wathe nigkeoltyoaorg will !cli youm about it; and perhaps it willtbe b orarn.in to yon never to tenet too much oin Sheiw lnmlhtion ai a Thus spoke your humble servant eo' e months n.o7 to a paroy o nf nnepectorg, obf hom he.m one. The iollwding ia the story taelh I al. lucee above:. , theveral Ira ago Iced9 hathe wth gp'zier oo petiog foe solvr highu"p it tMld G. ti.d.bl: lael been Some time beithout tinedtfo.tig o olth s.ocesp, ar,.ogre t tulang to Foort Yaom da golted with he eon fry.ry 'e tak lft the Pimo village a day's ojeorney behind us, whan ,c'fei O'i I withfi men trveling ht same Wa ytbat.wr-wl. idex aon coithout groihor ls.aahetg, atoll oubile was going to California. Asweh:edsomespdeeiie, re to,! him thnt if hlAefnldwlda. Os At a saddt he could go iith uno as far as ort Tiam:- , If us.l e-l the looks of the fet3ow. $] i a th.oru...ll. lilatnon, eoprle.aott.B OeB3g ;erv.aed -o l;,dly noeHd op we toblk en andemand the offer that we r d.d t iritiout aay hesitationt oWef ttt b atag nc.vespeaing .nle' pol he -tpoec - rre eamp,-dl he wolid taklb theeaddle o and go iff by himself, ns-eir he'ping toge crub ready; and when it was ready he°I pmoe and piaht in witigh the.o.: f su o - thouent we did no llSke hint orhit aront,t we n* 1hihs*piok guih 01ft ItOvO snrt' seFt t l~er cow that we had no right'to pry ttoW:-'s aemi teraveled abou'tWo days:wheaw hat I l-Ii 1Ut tm te:olyon occurred. 0 c;n t.; Whdr.d.cafpme'd at' neon,' and it. the iftifr er *as waro.- oftle one prbposed thawe sehtt#d'Weo a hbath. All had felt that it would be a .do..ftasly ceot`attielfsent'l athft M the shodeof.l55iVio ot tor wood treeo which hung oer the bahsn .ogtho ri-er. -'We strtpped isefarite;tand werseoorten jiying oirselves gloriously. I had a- tleri d mewith s everal twenties ia, and took od',ee to give me free play in the'water.', I lalidat #as-n myclolhes carelessly, never tbinkir fafogcit from any of the company, as they aattietheW I holthe money, and Ihad no tdenthatthe wrger wuuld be tempted to take it. -As I came- -mra'of the water. I notltee -the stranger looking sery lovingly at -my belt;and thought .no maore abont it, Teat night; from some- cause, I couEld r noet sleep well, and when I would fall into a state of'ngr.o.tWi.est I Rs a bl swith earc wild Ilke dreams int I would' rher I had -remained 'broad awake. At lait1-about mIdlight, I weh to e sleep ounndly;'ow long' lay i'do iotknL *, mO I Swakened souddenly to find somd-one nolt.g'd°sr me, and very earefuly'r ctting my shirt open. Now I always had the power--all it preoense-of P mind or anything elne-ofnomprghtolng tin to instant all thatis going ontroosd me. po matter t fromn hosw ound a steep .'mny-be-wrked-----.s lt It anything but pleaoanhftto yaPl and .ad one's eels iathe powei of a deeper.~dd 71v-,i.11 arve no hesitation in -plungig a knate tata.wyr bheast. - -oo I felt myself in oanyth ing but an envible t lion, knowing that the slightest indication. ·. y part of being awake would canouse thei iiltht uo give me between the ribs the length of his borie or the. cotents of his Itstal. oor, tl. athg I couldnot see his pistol, I felt snre that le bad it handy To setreets y pistol withopta letting him know that I ,.a awhk.;-ras' overy aeltte opera tion, and I attempted to acceplpish it in, the ,1 howing manner: ft y piat.lhndbo wie lf mZwire Iboth inder my saddle, lhich I need for a pillow. I threw up my right arts over my head, ftling care not to touch the robber, and yawned as if 1 was half awake, but lready wih any left hand to catch his arm in the event of his attiemptin gto stab me. I had my eyes partly asht, so that'he conld not easily see tiem glisten, bnt.affltgientty open to see his every move, which l~bl p easily do, as it was a clear starliglit night, Qh .thes in -tent that I movred, he raised hlts rm tot strke, and I was nearly betraying tf hir: m? beeig awake b- throwing up my left band, bat assie impulse revented mle frtom doing it; and .he held his knife suspended tr.give the blow had I made another move. When I threw my hand over my head, with theo same movement I placed it under the satddle.u n on the butt of my pistol, whihe was ooakedrad y for use. I lay iu that position- for about, half a minute, but it seemed, like ahour. By that time I had power over my breathing; which on altng came very think. As soon ae hethought ttt was fast asleep again, he lowered his hana and began operating on my shirt, clearing ,it away from the belt. Then 1thought my opportnltty had come, and tried to jerk my six-shooter, bell it was foul some way, and it would not came. I thought that my time had arrived, ioa as quick as thouaght he drew and struck with hia.knife. 8e'" struck at my throat. My eyes were broad' open then, and I saw where the knife waM coming. B2y a quick, involantary movement I threw mýy11 neide, and he muet base overrcaahed thimsdf.,tgr the knife stuck into the saddle, and so tight that. he could not get it out. SIn trying to get my pistol, my hand toeuhed the cold silver hilt of my bowie, lnstinctivelyl teok hold of it, abandoning the pistol, and wasnervilg my arm for the blow. when I felt the cold masnla tof his pistol against my forehead. 1 struck out a blindly, and, as I did so, there was thestunning report of his pistol. Howar I escaped I do not keot; my face was blackened with the powder,. a; and my whiskers nearly burned off, but that was t, el the dnamage done to me. My blow, though , struck at ranodom, had proved a severe one. My a- knife had gone into the left side 01 his neck inside S of the collar bone. The knife must have reached , his heart, for as drew out to strike again, hefell on me with his whole weight, and his blood pinred id all over roy face. He gave one quiver, tn. a stretched out his length anid lay perfectly till st.,ne dend ! i The whole trae-s-ction did not elake over three 0.: quarters of a ! ' e. The report of the pistol had aroused thie coupany--very man sprang to hoioi, anrs. Saoe wereo lookiag for the meles. whilec others were askhtg who ired the shot, and 2where tohe Indiana were. t called to the boya to ,.take thle dead man olf nle, for Iwaa as weak asa so. cliid. A coupole of themo did asIreoquested, while i- others threw fresh cona brush on the half It mooldoering camp fire, and we soon had plenty of Is, light to see what had happrned. I told the boays oill about wlhant hlad occurred. We found al the im; oules in their places hut oine, which was staled a, oil about twenty yards from camp, with one of othlle otler boys' saddle and bridle on her. I went ito he river and cleaned myself from his blood, C ed then. sat down by tise camp fire where Ire x; roamed till morning, unable to sleep. - t President Livermorer, of the Mississippi and s- Tfooesoeee railroad, reports that cotton at varienu A stations on lis road has been delayed for want of assessors and collectors, as well as money ts pay fe, She taxes. A TERHIBLE DEATH.--Oa the 3d inst., a little daughter of AMr. John T. Borden, and grand daughter of Capt. Hatch, of beGlolin's Btluff, was bitten by a rattlesnake and died in for hours. Conrpusi CLhrestil AdIm lr. At an cvening party at Aberdeen, a. gentlewo man present had resolved to indulge in a little banter at the expense of a member of the eom pauy whto was deap in the study of natural his tory. t Pray, sir," said the lady. ' could you tell me how, whea we were lately at the coast, we were followed for nearly a mile by a number of gees,'!" " Really, I am at a nlos," replied the youth,. u a' nlle thie principle that' birds of a feather flock together.' " The banterer was discomfited. IA ROuAN STbEEr DISCOVERnED IN ENGLAND. Near Ba-inotrike, in Eigland, the ancient Roman -ad Britih capittl of Southern England. sorie ex cavatinus have recently been imade which have laid bare a Roman street, with another smaller one ruauing trom it. Two large tRoman houses witli tea-elated parvemento, the site of an amphi theater, and a portion of the walls rroundi g tile ancien' apital, have also been dug out. Sev ratl ncolrs of ipriods auterior to the Christian era have been fund and a brick with parts of an in mcription ulon it. EoEtod has, in many parts, relics of the ltooian rule in than country, and the csxpoonre of a n etire city will, it is thooght, sna he added tol, the liter curiositieo of tie Soya ofthe (-as:lrs. The wa11a of the city, a portion ofswhich havie been ex llosed, are tsaid to have been three milqs in circnufeeretce. --------w+·----- In June last the polies entered the premises of a priuter in Calcutla anl seized a large quantity otof forged lhels of El gi.h Ia.inutacturers, among s which were those of f llot & ans, Lea & Perrin, P. J. Arnldl, Day & Martlt nand Crosea & Black well. The ofentder was iroseacteae eonvicted, anlld seotenel to two yiears' implrisonment; a oi-iar nleh:nent being awarded to a natire who s-,l lisoe iof the splurious goods opoan which the i l' getl tlabels were placed. F* ST BI'n FI sr F.Ia.--The jailor at Nathez, Stle oheer day, locked hiimself in while ferding his ,icarlels. lThe kev Iroke alnd he had to remain r IuLti Iinaessita.lt, utansy at hisahasececame and - pice.'d the lock. - NeaW .AlieTi OF orATEatnIELON.-Tite commis i t ie',era 'c bhas oln tali solme Slpeciaoles St t- lac.la to"ll 'ceouih the etuperimentalgtrdeos fflll srelbd ailet to tihe departmlent from China. T'leo are the first of that. variety raised in this collln"oe -an-I tie fruit is prenoin.eed the beait ever p111 u-:il th;e nited Sitac'es. A chcicttetit'li of i tlh. II-lo' is it. ae hiarkably swet t flavor. The ' cnollllussioer will shortly ho prepaied to di. i tributa a qoa~lnity of the sed.