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BOOKI AND JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, o9 CAMP STHEET. J. O. NIXON, Proprietor. The Crescent Job Establishment -BEING lOVIDD- - WITH THE LATEST AND MOST, IMPROVED STYLES OF PRESSES, T'he Celebrated Manufaotoried -or Messrs. r. l OaT G v., auad GEO. P. GORDON, Aed with all the arlons styles and deeign of TYPE, BORDERS, ORNAMENTS, CUTS, ETC., From the well kon foundrie of L. JOHNSON A CO., PHILADELPHIA, AND JAMES CONNER'S SONS, NEW BONl' I prepared to execute every ,d.epUon of BOOK AND JOB PRINTLNG, UNSURPASSED BY ANY OTHER ESTABLISHMENT IN TIE SOUTH. COMMERCIAL AND MEROANTILE P RINTIN G, -Sck a" PROMISSORY NOTES, DROGGISTS' LABELS, DRAY RECEIPTS, BANK CHECKS, CONTRACTS, BILLS OF FARE, BALL TICKETS, PROGRAMMES AUCTION BILLS, HAND BILLS, BILLS LADING. ENVELOPES, BILL HEADS, CATALOGUES. MORTGAGES, CIRCULARBS, HEADINGS, INROICES, DEEDS, CARDS. -And EVERY OTHER VARIETY OF BLANKS KNOWN TO TRADE OR COMMERCE We are prepared to PRINT AND BIND In a Super!or Style, PAMPHLETS, BOOKS, BRIEFS, CASH BOOKS, DAY BOOKS, LEDGERS, ETC., ETC. Of any s 1e and style or typograply or binding to elnt tSe taste of the most fa1tidious. STEAMBOAT PRINTIN(-. Especlal'attentlionl given to printing STEAMBOAT BILLR, BILLS OF FARE. MANIFESTS, ETC Plain or in any Numler of Colors. RULING AND BINDING Eaeeuted with dispatch, and in the most workmanlike manner. All work warranted to give satisfaction. Orders attended to with dispatch. __ Prices reasonable. Crescent Book and Job Establishment, No. I9 CAMP STREET, Betewan Natches andPopdras, New Orleans, 'NEW ORLEANS DAILY CRESCENT, THE CREOENT 'IS P.BLISHED DA LY (Sanday. Excepted) AD 3LY, BY J. . NZXON. No. 94 CAMP 2STREB.T TERMS~-DAILY, $18s WEEKLY,ý$ PER YEAR. VOLUME XVI. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1866. NUMBER 37. ~w *rltans Paizi (Wiesteft. pFICOIAL JOLU NAL -ar- t0 T'IHE BTATE OF LOUISIANA. WEDNESDAY MORsININrG,S EPTEMBER 26,1Mi 6. ooAt nttlligtaen . Chlarord of Obtalnng Gnoodn nader False "r eten ex and Embezzlemennt. N. Dreyfcc, of Shreveport, in this State, was arraigned before Rlecorder Ahern yesterday on charge., of embezzlen t and oibtbiinng goods by false repr,;etenttiono. The prisoner ]pleaded not guilty, and the case was oot f,,r [Le fourth of l,:xt month, bail fiing fi,,-- at f3000. The aflidavie ic made by Mr. Moses Adler, of t the dry goulos Ilouts of Levyt, Adler, No. 1ff Canal street. Mr. Adler avers that on the 14th, 16th and 17th in. is, Droeyt-a4 ur.hiros foreign c and dole-tic good, of tle firnt on a credit of ninety dlays, ri.presnting that he intenodd to take them to Shreveport, his li-,:e of buiness, acnd there retail them, an.l that hie had on depoit with a flied in this city the um ot ten thou-acl dol lars. The hill thus purchaseit biy him amnounted to 2;2, 7. hMr. 'Alh:t further alleges that Dreyfus, inoteal of shipp!ing the goods to Sheree port, clarinde-fi:lel disputed of theml in this city, for the purnpoe of detrandicirg complainant and his Iartno-r; that the stttement of the accused in regard to his deposit of ten thousand dollars was untrue; and that hbut for the false repre sentations charged to have been made, ill regard to the pnrpo.cs for woich the goods were bought and the deposit, having been believed, Dreyfuslc would not have been credited for the hill. The charge of embezzlement is that "bailee,'" (such is the phrase in the affidatvit,) Dreyfus, ob tained from the firm a dress pattern to be re turned. which he has refused to return. Ap New Spelling of the Names of Our Btreetw. The perplexing nomenclature of our streets, and the difficulty to tho'e strangers who speak only English of either pronouncing or writing many of them correctly, has been frequently re marked. A well-known instance of this is the fact ithat Enghei sitreet ic, perhaps, betterknown sow by the name of Engine -treet. But looking over onme of the papers yesterday before the Second District iRecorder' Court we saw an enumeration of the streets of our city which rather leaves, to Sfar as heard from, any simiilar blunder inl he shadO,. Out ofl the wihohlr nmlllbeir of rete- eltlr: erated there er buet nlour that we saw iwhr re t],. spelling \ita i:l accordance with that put cdown o the maos. The faollowicia, we elrct at hazard as spelmens: Ilurono - !or Bakist.) Crundlet (or Apollo,) Fil lipey (,r Dridad,i P'oydrs, Empinadc. Baries, I'uncholtertrain, Isine, St. Louies, Benviil, repleco, Grave, RPn,pard, Nuncion, Chapatoula, Bratira, E Burbune, etc. The abicve we copy from the documnent which was yccterday before the court, cerbatim et !itersa lir. It may not be, perhaps, improper to add that the auth-or of the above had been arrested as a suspicious character. Miiasng. A poor old woman, whose name is unknown, about sixty years of age, was on Monday -seen standing about the doors of some of the courts in the Second District, and endeavoring to obtain an . interview with one of the judges. She appeared to be wandering in her mind, and reminded the observer of Dickens's Miss Flite. She stated that she had been a schoolteacher in the State for twenty-four years-that her scholars had gradually s, dropped off, and that they had finally, in conse quence of a conspiracy, ceased attending alto gether. She said that she had no children, and appeared to have no family ties. Since that time we have learned that she has been missing, and that inquiries have been set on foot concerning her. In answer to these it appears that she was last seen on the lake shore, on her way to Bayou Couchon. Some fishernlen traced hea two miles in that direction, but notiiog further has been dis covered as to her present whereabouts. egro Qu.rrevl at Church. As At a religious meeting held iat evening in a negro hotus of worship, at the corner of Dryades and First streets, a rwv occurred, in which a colored bhre, named Lew Edwards, was severely wounded by being hit with a slungshot. James Roblinson, a negro, was arre.ted as a party to the attacl upon Edwards, anl on a charge of having caused the dilsturbance. At(rcrpted Suitide. A man nalted Jliin Blrown attempted to com mit suicide on Monday night, letwreen 11 and 12 o'clock, in a house of ill-faome-, on Trenle street, between Conlti alnd Bienville streets. A revolver Si wac the weapon with which hie tried to mlake his exit from this worrld. The Ullnd he inili--ted wca very slight, hlle ball grazing the hip, and causing an abrasion on the left side of the abdomen. Why he endeavored to shultle off this mnrtal coil," in such a sinrglar way, awl in each company, is a question that perhaps can only be aurwered iu the quarlter Latin. A Slogusllr Crime. On Monday atternoon a sea-fasing man whose name is John Berry, paid a visit to Charles Miller, who lives near the corner of Ca-acalvo and Inde pendence streets, and spent the evening with the latter at his hoae. eMr. Miller, now a pilot on tile river, is a native of Finland, a province of Russia, Lecame a sailor in his youth, served on board of a manl-of-war, and for manny years has been a citizen of this city. Ie knew Berry as a boy, served with hian on boald of the saime vessel, and had i learned to regard him as anll old frield. The two 1 men, however, had been separated from the time t of the commenlcement of the past war, and c had never met since until tihe evening in question. Upon that occasion he received his old acquaintance in hii accestionted manner, invited him to supper, and spent all hour or so afterwards in the social nlanner natural to two old friends who meet after a long absence. While sitting to gether in a roomu ill Miller's louse, the voice of lBrry ibecanr a little loud, and the wifeof the for mer closedl a door to prevent its sound froms at tractieg tile titent!au of her neighbior. Berryev appeared alittle offended. "I sie how it is,' said he to his companion." We are getting along a little ill life since ne used to work togetllher. But put oin your hat, and let's Im around." The above was the only allusion made to tile fancied slight. and he moved towards the door. As he was going out, all inmall te of the house, kluowiug the custnos of sailors of carrying their money in their capl, and having, perhpsl , r remllarked that Berry did tile same, warned himn that he woold run some risk inlaeturning home with it thus disposed: tlhat his cap could he very easily kn-eked off, and hil msoneyvtoleu. Berry took the hint, and alets.a cap helangiog to his friend, which was lying near at hand, and without uttering any word of expla nation left the house. Hii friend concluded to ac comllpany !Li t-s the eoracr and takie with Lhia (Berty) a parting ghtsi. Nothing occurred-lno words nsased ashowilng any ill feeling luntil after they had entered and I--ft the cotlbehiause. Blut upon el·rrinlsi -r-so thle latter place and reaching lthe hanru0 te :I-rry allstrck Ii' letr a vi de-nt blow' alr·ee-- the headl. li' al-o drew a claip kife, hnod while Miller, atulned withi pain, was askinr, withs his ands to his leal. " tIy God, what iv the Imat ter," ploaned the Ihnife in his breast. Miller say thast lie did nlot know that he had lbelu cut until he ha-d rca lsed hia house. Ie bled vesy pr-f tsely, and then inslu'irclJl whence the blood flowed. His shirtwas perfectly to saturated with blood, and great quantities of s cloth about the house were used in the attemnpt (which was finally successful) of staunching his sar wound. Miller is a man of remarkable depth of ter chest, and it was this fact alone which, probably, ce prevented the wound from being immediately esi; fatal. The attending physician, so far as we learn, Fir has not yet been able to pronounce as to the re- go suit. As Ior IBerry, he was immediately arrested; 00 ansd now awaits, In the Parish Prison; an exaomina- le tion for a!lelt the most treacherous crime a man in can be capable-an attempt to murder a friend rec whose ualt he had just tasted. its The Came of Georse lBynenger, Charged ths With Sta8teg. an' An interestiug examination of evidence was hi made yesterdlay evening before Itecrder Ahr bhi, ho in which the point to lie dcuided was. which of al two b1rothes stole a certain sun of money,.or ha whether the theft was equally committed by both. n The case attracted together many of the family ta of the accused, who were all respectably dressoo, atr and aho, as is partially shown by tile evidence; ha took strong sides with one or tihe other brother. We give below the evidence as it was'at the , liame tken down:. . . - . do tlr. Bli.ee s'aeras--aOn or about tie t2d sf Apri 'i! last, Ia:t tie ainc of $B20 It gold. 1f1e gold cewo au in a cigar box, on a shelf behind the counter, to where it lhad Iceen ieot pireparltory to aesrryiog it tole tihe bank. Twenty.laelr boxus full of cigars were a I topl oi th gold. Kuows the prisoner at the t ear. (nf to!l ''1, had been out in the city, on iusi- -I ness; was out between 9 .1, r. and 12 o'clock. As gp soon as wsitnes returned, he di'covered that the itO bxes had been nmoved, and looked for his gold du inmmediately. Pascal halid been sent outto change some money, when witness searched, and has re never bieen back since. a5 C,-oessexoainerd-At the time of missing the ca gold he reha-g. d Paccallfyeager with steslfng he the gold. e scal eae his clerk. Witness haa ac cu-eid Pastal of steaing trom him on a prevfoius us occarious. li)- not Ilea lPacal say he stole tile sum in qu.obtn. Ft Pascta llynentges, sworn-George (his brotherl ti took the money. Witness handed him the box. i'p Georgs ttcldwitnesohe would do omnething to him if he did sot give it to him. Was living with Mr. Plaze. li as barkeeper on the 2d of April. (aeorge (tihe prisonaer) had been is the habit of visiting that T place. Ie was tshere on April 2d. The money ki was taken n sthat dayby tGehirge Rynnger. T fir money was in gold--is a cigar box. ie went I' doan the street and told him to meet him. Wit- 0 oess met the prisoner and the latter threatened him and made him go witl Iim to Cat rollton and t eoke tie train. Wient frle there to Madisonville. Poncloatonlas, Jackgon, Meridian and Seshna.o For al tf thloe cx enses OGeorge (the Iprisoncr e paid. icorge had charge nof te ioney eeand wite-,s, als.. T.ols noshing with him i rom the city btthe clothes lie had on. George ibought wit itys a -.itt of c.loihe. Saw the money ill '---orge'- ttiot-stcUl. Was gonle fgveWeekS. Did In r.,t coase bayr k to tile city with (;eorce. r',,.r a, itte't--eofiis ltehlhe at O is time secct ti:. sovrt e rs iloxi. to, keep hil ouh t of thle srape. i Vew r was any division of tlhe mloney bItween t ve it- l and hi bIthe. Thle captiatin of a bault gave wit nes his ! asage back t thise city. \Vitlresa oce g tooi a wat h wlic ch le gave to a boy a. the C'ha r ity Ho,pital, a. rhe. (risroid swore to tile fact that Pa.ceal forged a checki for a lottelry ticket. a eMr. Janes Malt y testified that he had als ays fousnd tile prisoner honedt. MtI'. Neat -t'ot,, says-Wouldn'lt believe Pas- e cal on oath. Am the otep-father of Pascal--that P it, married hiis mother. One or two other witnesses were introduced, h going to show good character on the part of the B prisoner. The prisoner was sent before the First District I Court, and his bail fixed at $1000. tullsw Repnort The asbaon.ed table presents the deaths from cholera and other diseases, together with a classi fication, with reference to color, reported to the Board of Health, since the existence of cholera in the city became an established fact. This table does not include'thse interments from the Marine I Hospital, which, being under military control, are not reported to the board. From the 5th to the 8th Angust the board has no returns from the cemeteries. The first daily report as made to the board on the 9t August. hat, ad all the succeeding daily reports, sllow the interments up t to t o'clock of the morning Of the day the report may he dated : 191 1- - 1 2 I92 1 7 I - I t 1 0 1%; 4n I - -- n 3 1 t.... of th i om ites 1 . 2 I 2 I I 1 4 1a 4 ., . is 1 1 7 5 .1 S 11 S7 I I .. : 14. in ...A rI 1 e ls. pesi ding. ',..... 24 12 3 I 457, I I 11 6 11- 19 , ii T isle1.. stoer 3 m s e 1 s et9 r t t ie a1 7' 49 R iamipr 1n 11b7ew Frain 5a1r1 1 am .r th te p t o iet 4referred to the A oln aifon ro e r o. I relti 911 ' 21 3 17 0 .. j eO t lI Lt l 4n t 16 1 i e Ii hi. a Njee6 7 2 In f3 4 7 .. lU ! G I :i1 nt a sujecta s referred to , t the7i4t 1er1ts 'opartioes 7enein7 11th9e toad hsel i.... 411477411 1 Ig ent 4 1111 91ter94 m r nopile illlgon th lat tle pt11 ri 41 here 1ra4.lea tieLl. IIt 1 l3r7t074 T1 e tand o111u117ief7 I 13 C. h in r . 1 re l 7 l4 at ed thal tre re ra d Iria pby oed , er t r7aal i be 7 1 p 15 12 1 id Ar i7lie 771 1on e in relation to themat esidents S te w as l iri f tr e ta ther rei 1 1 4 411 an l a nd 6 ing A iiii Iini 11 f li S 1 1 7 . i. in Th lireet ll i7.l In 7r 471 4t d a Cl 1e l,.l'7ll 714l011n a .i 5 7 l ed t lai' '1i "tr'71.99 a, cii the rights eidplalrdo il til1 east IUlie l hIn sr7141t, 9 1i I i t777 91U1n7 20 17 1,1 2 20 1 1 7 1 31 4 2.1 reS a 1id 1 17171 1 Alellotn i of ttthe Joint romm itle il. ilA leetiner of th Waellt c tiet was ee c t held 7 -st evenlig, 1lderman fhroat. M hsIala7 Caibeing. i Tile 4street commisaiolre1 Ilavillg sent a eof919 an ie:lti,'. eprelsentltln thnn tilhe planky ioad on hlllia treet ,1 ilel' wee 4 Fraklin 9 nd R11 r44 a 14 tre.ets1 wi' r'p a lt, hat resolu tion wa tedollpe thart thep ,t of Thillla.astreet referred to by tile comri. bitIt 41 idt helled. a 1t 1 o r A cm ,int fro... . propert, holde.... nd residents in tht piart of tl itrhe cit ounded by Ju"ia, Felicity, a,mrt Clibone street, in rard to t S: 'lio '1.' r Iihe 11i0o1 4 T73 1eferredth o t i 71c797n e on rceets a1nd landings. to 4naiety o s4 oj1ect' referled to lta. t w es e r.e1 ,i and 0fte 1 It d 97cu 1'i47r1911f4rtai 1111 niat 41t rel 171n; 7914'e i1l jr e It 7' 111rti1s "c7 ei'' is th e tol accl o wlO.'ll ;teaan the hts of Pplrtli d to bIt lp . "ilro ll llt plllt.I ortiol, l, of thle d ,3lcotumnnicn ftiln were n anl i r : and11 the remai. nde fr w l pa1 ed Tihe ,i'9 cc 7)9 Fu' ne t in relatibo n to. a corn Co s1llt9ee1941 ir71 fradillm:go.ii a to C741 ib.ol Canal aired.. 19997ler 114d. The c1,9997.99417d7 l fs r.II Still 1 there was no private pro91 perty 0 to come iup the river, antlth ground that, although she came from an infected port according to the terms of the quarantine proclamatlon, she had no sicknees whatcvcr on board. The cocluosion arrived at was that the board had to abide by the terms of the proclamation, which leaves no dis -retion. The reports of the health officers of the several r'f titstriots were read. That of Dr. Burns, of the First Dijtrict, stated that he found the nmatkets in god order, although renovation and water-supply vere still needed in Poydras Market; it com lainaid that lahorers' were employed in'th trise- Cl Iets, I1' not iejorioslo practice of t!ygging up graes in the etreets, while foul gottern were allowed to remain nncleansed; it called attention to the san itarily dangerous, offensive and inhumane condi tide of the First District Lockup; it stated that many of the streets in the upper and rear portions the First District were in TH unwholesome condition. It stated that although r:. Tebault, health offieer of the Second District, bad intimated to Dr. Burns that tainted meat wans agrtioned 'off oh Poydras street, no ouch places had oa yet been discovered on tle street named; and it expressedthe hope that the rluartcermaster's r department would yet beindneed to pot ilto s.ni nary condition a confiscated tenement mit PFonher street, in the same manner as private individuals lad been called on to put theirs. Thereport of Dr. Tebault, health officer of the Second District, related several cases in which violations of the health ordinance had been Ni detected and remedies apphed. Thirty thou sand pounds of meat had been condemned and sent to soap factories. This mecat wanalleged to have been lbought in an adjoining district, and he had written a letter to Dr. Burns, the health officer of that district, upon that subject, which it was hoped that genttleman had received. Several to unendments to tihe health ordinance were aug- no gested as necessary. Otficer Haumore was cred Ited with zealous and faith:ul attention to his i duties. it Dr. Leelis. health officer of the 'third District, fo reported considerable simpruvement in the streets hi and gutters of that district. and reported several cases of penalties enforced fIr the violation of the health ordinance. Several cases of disease were reported, but they p were not of general interest. Is The report of Dr. Hulse, health oficer of the Fourth eistrict, reported great improvements in the condition of the streeto alid gutters in por tions of lis district, although in others they were in a bad conditin. The soap factories and slaughter houses, he was glad to report, attending well to the retuiremects of the health ordinnance. The nuisance wharf, at the foot of Toledanostreet, b known as the blood wharf, was in bad condition, fromn acciumlations of bones and other offal. Proceedings had been taken in cases of violation, of the health ordhiauce. The reports were referred to the health com mittee. After some reference to some of the reports, partietulrly to that of Dr. Burns. which, however, led to n, action. tile board, adjourned. Xecorders' Conrt. Frinsr DtTistcr.-Yesterday Recorder Ahean cent JadleCe Qinimn ietore t',e First Iustrict Court, to be tried for obtaining a i0 fromn J. T. Ihinnemore by false representation. C James Conley was brought to tile liar, charged t byv (eorge t'eareun, Niy. 15 Poydra=, with forg- - ilug his namne on thie 4th inost. t, an orlcr on the tirm of Bouve & Ibtn,.in, for two, boxes of dry goods, valued at 530. The case was appointed to ibe examined on the 6th inst. James Farrell, by I iwhom, it is alleged, the order was iresented, is to a he rexaminned ait tile aane timl. OfficerJanecs Havs, of tile river police. aentored a siuf, abandoued hby supposed thieves, in the river at tile head of Felicity street, yesterday a morning between three and tour o'clocl. - In the skill were twenty bags of cotton, which are at the police station and believed to have been stolen, awaiting a clininlt. 1 William Saiith was arraigned, charged with the larceny of groceries of the value of $2 20 and t $ 15 cash trom thie store of Conwand & Brother, corner of Franklin and Julia streets. He is to be examined on the Ath prox. The case of Walter Blanch, negro, accused of stealing a pair of pants and a pistol fronm one of his colored brethrel. named Samnel Jackson, is to be heard on the tth of next month, The following prosecutions were dismissed afterI examination. cee. Wafers and tobt. Alston, ac- I cused of having five boxel of stolen vegetablea .i their possession Margaret MllDougal accused of tile larceny of a sun-bonnet and panr of atockingo rom nKate Fahy; and Hercules Hall, colored, charged with feloniously taking from another ne gro, named Robt. Prunelle, a gold watch and a o pket-book contaiinig $5, after the death of said j t . . . ,ti . . . - the St. Charles Hotel under suspicious circum stances, on Monday night, were discharged upon producing vouchera tor their characters. in the subjoined cases the charges were with drawn by the prosecutors, and the accused were discharged from custody: Pe Frank De Angele, accused of having in his pos sessioa ay air of shoe stolen from the shoe bhop of James Maguire. Jeohi Lyman, accused of cutting Jolhn Conrey on te headi. twith intent to kill. Mrs. Mary Behan, wife of Thos. Behan, charged with tile urder of James Mackin, was releoaed from the accucation. preferred by John Healeyi , of toe selbniouly rletaining a pocket-l, ,ok which she t.tk b at the request otl.e Joha Bellnetttfrtiun the pocket of Mackin, afterl hi was wounlded, tlhe pro.tcutuO I admitting that the coltplaint had been tmade inll h error. we Michael Hackett and Patrick O'Connor, accused of beating Witi. Keily, were disclharged by re- sen ue.ot of Ke; y, w ho did lot twi-h to prosecute. an ie was lined $3 t, r contempt of court, colntuit te'l in fauling to appelatr when summoned. Co Catherine Sheehan, who had prosecuted the sane parties forn aassault andl battery on her "to person, willdtrew the charge, ausd was Intillied in tihe sae le um for a like contempt of the authority bet of the court, wit Pattline iWilliams, arrested for stealing a pocket book contaifing lifty-two dollars from Jno. Bird. aun the evidence not I;rovioi tile luareety againset her, eig she wan sent to tile \Yorkhouose for six tiuntha as a C ivagrant Marsy Welch and Jennie Warner, habitualtags drunliards, and Frank Miclnty, a street-sleeper, were sent toe W hoe Workis foe ninetydays. 'Mar garet Daley and George Nelson, drunklards, sixty dlays, and Juhn Costello and MIatlherw Nolat, also Ft inebriates, thirty days. Marth i Herron, fur insulting officer WLite in the discharge of his duty: Win. H. Burroughs, for offensive behavior to citizen E. Beck; Rose Grio, colored, and James P. Winner, for being drunk, Ti and Abner Merriman, colored, and Nicholas Hiow ard, for violating city ordinances, were finted $10 a,'th. Edward Mallen, for drunkenness and dis old,frly conduct, and P. C. J. Klsella anld Johnst Burls, for street sleeping, $3 each, and Victor De 01 fay, tor bbing drunk; Michael Haley, for disturb ing tie peace, and August Mayer, for sleeping out, 2 t50each. SEcouN DisTnarC.-Joe Page, for firing a guns in his yard contrary tothe city urdinoace, sn the 1s t Pa inst., was liued $2 50, or two days in the Parishe P naut. Gpe --- Bnrt, cllarged with entering the hIousie G Liana IltRoma, colored, on 0 1d Basin strieet, asnd St grossly insultinlg iher, was made to give bonds to mi leenC the ipearce. T Mrs. Wtlliamus and MIarearet Laehapelle, both colored, charged with insulating Mrs. August Hidon w oil the 5th inst., at No. 101 Derbigny street, were at made. (as well as Mrs. tlides,) to rive spece FI b tlds also. Catlisr;le Baritit, charged by Mlle. t. Bots'ilt with isit-tiitf her, at tioe corner of talsphiu and St. Ptilipi street, Lonin Mathou, for mnkls ais call-rap without ea1use, was fined C2 50, or two days itnlriaun Inent. F Mliclhel lDunn, for sleeping on the levee, was sellt to thie o\VrkhousY e for ninety days. Edward .losnes, for vagrancy, sixty days to the Workhouse. Turnl, DisTscr--Seiney Singleton, charged G with -a ansault with danltger sits weapon, with InttI,,i to kill, by Ut. MlcKernou, was sent before the Fil-t District Ciurt tlugh Itawl was sent to the Parish Prison for beitni drun:k, antd Harriet Jones, colored, paid $5 for u-itg obscene language, A FINE OiisNIN-,- -On Thursday next there will I be displayed to the pubhie at magnificent stock of fancyi dry fgud. which came direct fronl Fraince, Engltad aid Germany, as c ell as domettle goods for famili-s and plantationt . These are all for stile at wholesale and retail prices by Messrs. Pepiin . Turcotte, at No. 131 antal street. The attention of the ladies is especialiy calledt to their a-srtilnit of shlawls and Parisian goods, and tihe -too.i of these genit'eun of skirts, triumoings, laces, etc., will doubtiess captivate the fancy of the most calrcions ofi the sex. Teas.--iesq'rs. . Hi. He::ninu! \ Co., Nos. 95 f sand :u7 Carv, sire'et, ahlnOulle el .where that they have received, per steamer iGeorge Cromwell, a ft h .,1:.11y of elhti(e tea, of the crop of 1,;6, whhich irs been selected expreseiy for tclhem, and i e coo.,lts of wel-lknown and favorite brai.-. I TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES. THE TRIAL OF MR. DAVIS, Ba inen tors Chief Justice Chase Ready for a cae Ci J ihic Special Session. mesl Mob THE PRESIDENT AND GEN. GRANGER ON THE New CLEVELAND CONVENTION, , . r ' epr Sioul ,TI com The Sincerity of the Souti set "Tndoobted. the pree the Necessity for a True Constitutional Policy wt the NEW onRK, Sept. 25.-The Tribune's Washing- it ton special says the trial of Jefferson Davis can- to1 not take place in October, and its postponement is a legal necessity consequent upon the irregular- see ity in the adjournment of the circuit courtat Nor- oiB folk, last April. Chief Justice Chase announces himself ready to call a special session, and pro- his ceed with the trial. dot WocaIssaoN, Sept. 23.-The committee ap- 1 pointed to present the proceedings of the Cleve- ire land convention, waited on the President to-day. tar Gen. Granger, in the course of Iis remarks, re ferred to the congratulatory dispatch sent by Gen. Forrest and other ex-Confederates, and said the true spirit of the Southern men was there exhibited, and no one had a right to doubt the honesty and sincerity of their declarations. The President in responding said: While the war was a physical contest, conducted, of course, with intellect and intelligence as far as the science of war was concerned, the struggle now is purely FR of a civil character, for the establishtment of a basis upon which our institutions are to rest here after. The query which now arises is, whether the character and genius of the nation is to iP be subverted, or whether it is to be settled upon the principles of the Constitution ? I think we are now at the meet important crisis of our country's history, when we are to fi a substan- t tial and enduring basis upon wltieh the institutions of the country are to rest. We are to return to constitutional limits, establislting the great fact that this is a government of limitations; that it has a written Constitution, and that its boundaries are to be observed and strictly guarded, if a free government is to exist; and, coming out of a re bellion, we ought to demonstrate to mankind that go a free government cannot exist upon hatred and distrust and ill-will, and that with P us the time has come for a re-estab lishment of all the relations of the gi States to the federal government. This Ilook upon as being of equal Importance with any part of the war, if not the most important part. I have said more than I intended, but I repeat that qu the encouragement, the countenance and the con fidence given me, coming from the source itdoes, nu is peculiarly acceptable to me, and God being ae willing, I will, with your help, pursne the course of I have been pursuing in the effort to save our gov ernment. I know it has been said thatthe found ers of a government are entitled to the most con opicuous place in history, but my opinion is that the preservers of a government should occupy the most important page. STEAMERASHORE WITHOUT CHANCE OF ASSISTANCE Perus, Chili nod Beolivia Protaest Agaisost w tihe Borazilias Allies' Project Agaisast Paraguay. -0-a at SNetw- Ton, Sept. 25.-Arrived: Steamer Sara toga, from Norfolk; and Albhermarle, from Sa t vannah. if Pilots report a large steamer ashore on Body SIsland, seventy miles south of Cape Henry. She th was signaling in distress, but, owing to the heavy la sea and breakers, it was iimpossible to render her her any assistance. v NEw YOnK, Sept. 25.-John B. Steele, an ex- at Congressman, was thrown from a wagon inl King- h stun yesterday and killed. The Tribune's special says a secret treaty exists between Brazil, Buenos Ayres and Uruguay by I which it is agreed to overthrow the present legal authorities in Paraguay and destroy the sover eighty and independence of that State. Peru. s Chili and Bolivia have indignantly protested I I against the project. Fordham Races--Grant andRistoriPresent TWENTY THOUSAND SPECTATORS! u ONWARD AND BAYSWATER THE WINNERS. New YOaK, Sept. 23.-The races at Jerome Park, Fordham, to-day, were attended by 20,000) persons, including Gen. Grant and Madame Ri<lori. c Gen. Grant has accepted au invitation to see Mary a Stewart to-morrow night. The fisrt race, one i mile and a quarter, was won by Bayswater. a Tnme, 2:17. The second race, four unltes hbeots, wmfs won by Kentucky in 7:35 and 7:11ll. Four started. Onward was second in the tirot s at and Fleetwing second in the second beat. fdlewihl d was distauced iu the first heat. Fatal Accident from a Wall Falling. GEN. DIX APPOINTED MINISTER TO FRANo.E. The Cotton Delegation in Washington. MEMORIAL PRESENTED TO SECRETARY M'CULLOCH, THE PRESIDENT REFERS THE IUESTION OF LAW TO THE ATTORNEY GENERAtL. lILr.wrronteE, Sept. 25.-A portion of tle wall in Burchard's block of building- , felt tlhis moe, ni g an d euried night persons, kil:g two instantly and I fatally injuring tlhe baltlce. WoASHImGTON, Sept. 23.--Tie PIreideut to-day made the following lppoinltlrtonts: Gen. John A. I)ix, of New York, to be envoy extraordinary and linister plenipotaetiary to Ftance. Gen. Hfgh Ewing, 'of Kansas, to be mintstei RPo, resident at the Hague. arri W. J. Valentine, of 3fassahusetts, to be a com- her missioner to the Paris Exposition. am Hon. Henry May, an ex-Congressman, died in TH e Baltimrore to-day. WAvttontreTOS, Sept. 25.--A delegation of prom- mr inentSonthern biusness men, mostly .cotto.i fica tora and planters, are inthe city neeking a modifi- goit cation of the existing rule- and regolations under atu which cotton fi transported to markett, the revs- riin nur tax pail and final shipment' of it made to do meetic poert". F The delegetion consists of Mayor Withers, of side dMobile: Col. Fellows and Judge Pinclkart, of Thai New Orleans, and Ir. Cunningham. of C anainhati t: represntietg large Ohio cotton interes!s in 'tg pi South. and others. "L. They preeertthe Mr.einbriri of the chambers of refei commerce, of t'ew Orleans and Topile,.1etich from set forth the very sertous drawbacks attending Coei the marking and htpiment of the cotton under the present regulations.. The payment of 'the three per ceit. tax bfore the cotton leaves the planiation, they -assert, feat works great injury to the plaiter, compelling him to make serious sactiicet in order to comply with "S the law. The regulations attending its shipment deel to domestic porti, also, operate in suceha manner, hall it is asserted, as to very materially favor direct neat shipment to foreign ports, which, they think, it is hme to the interest of Northern merchants to prevent. and This delegation have had an interview with the We, secretary of the treasury on the subject,and that den officer expresses his willingness to modify the present regulations so far as the existinglaw gives She him any discretion in the matter, but he has S doubts if tile law warrants any change. nat The delegation therefore waited on the Pres- but ident to-day to aek that the question of the secre- of tary's power under the law be referred to the h attorney general for his opinion, which request sec was granted. sot These gentlemen do 'not hesitate to affirm that thi under the existing regulations it would require s more than a year to bring the limited crop of the present season into market. he FROM CANADA---POLITICS---FINANCE---FENIANISM. te Preparations---Arrests.-Milita;y Movements. t OTTAwA, September 25.-Cabinet meetings of o the Canadian government are being held daily in a Qtebec, the Subjects discussed being the military condition of the province, the confederation, and the fidlure of the bank of Upper Canada. Much m ins eenrity is telt in onanoial circles. Sf The Fenians are said to be assembling for an he invasion at High Gate, near Rouse's Point. Large i quantities of military stores were being received th at Toronto and Montreal, and sent to the western portion of the province. A Toronto dispatch says an order has been iri given to the whole volunteer force of the city to Fe muster on the first alarm of the fire bell, accoun te tered with forty roands of ball cartridges. An at- t tempt to burn or capture the city is feared. Large wi t quantities of military stores, including ambulances, are arriving. Regular troops and volunteers are 8ea moving hither and thither. A yacht has been n seized to-dy., and her crew of three were arrested tht on suspicion of being Fenians. A small quantity ile of ammunition was found on board. be Pc di 't The Radical Convention at Pittsburg. tr e to LAUNCH OF A MISSIONARY SHIP. p at H- - ct PitrTsnro, Sept. 25.-The city is decorated al with flags in honor of the soldier's convention. The delegations ftlh the various States were received with much enthusiasm. d Edo-in Dudley, who had resigned his position as 0 an officer of the internal revenue, was selected as temlporary chairman. (too. Butler had a warm reception. tBOSTO'. Sept. 25.--The large missionary ship b Morning Star, built at an expense of twenty-five tthiousand dollars, the itoney being obtained fron t the various Sundiy schools around here, was y launched in East Ioston, in the presence of 10,00t0 I visitors. The shli is to be employed in the ser vice of the American Board of Foreign Missions, a and wi!l be commanded by Rev. iIiram fling- c Ihao . It y Inlte'estinug General Intelligence. I -"-a-a H3Oi\ZF, hlARIi;ETS- RrVICR NIEWS. dig thl fry Etc.. Etc., Etc. in, SaN FRANCIrSCO, Sept. 24.-A suit was brought hi up! yesterday in tihe Fifteenth District Court against the collector of the internal revenue, to he test the constitutionality of the law of the last Congress requiring the people of California to pay their income tax in gold, or its eqoivalent, by at raising the amount of income returned to the i greenback bans.he D)ispatches from Salem, Qregon. dated yester- n day, say the Democratic contestants fromn Grant county have bIeen adlmitted to seats in tile Hlouse, and the Union men ousted. It was through thei J aid of the latter members Ihat the corstsltutionl t ameldment was passed in the Hsose. It had ipre r viously Ibecu lpaed by the Senate. nI I'oTLrRe s . MOROE, Sept. 25.-The qularaetin ae lteamer anys the City of Albany reports ilhavig : sploke ilt tile capes, this morning, thie steamer t i .1. C. Kniight. Itom Wilmington, N. C. na N,.ts YOaK, Sept. 2.5.--llf tz and Child, who I L: jumpetrcd from te window of the burning tenement c l houese, died v,. terdl in thlie horpital. tse YlEMPrniS, Septelrber 25.--Oly four death from ar cholrera are reported 'for tile post twenty-fourr d hlous. The diseae is decreasing, notwith'ltnrd- . ing the very iullavorlblo.coldition of the weather. .r Nose YOraK, Sept. 25.-MOoes CUmmings, a teso senger of the Nationatl Broadway Bank, waI robbed in Wal saieet. to-day of over 0211100 by a to tyvrug mailr wned Josepht A. Clinton. The tolirr eas pursuedu ani capltured and tihe lmoney recov ereed. , I Arrived, steamer Caledonia from Glasgow. Now Yo~s, Sept. 25, r. M.-Gold 141t; ex. charlge, more doing. ioI LotsvILLt , Sept. 25. -- Fur d:eaths from ! cholera are reported to-day. We have ihad heavy rains ali day. Theoe are no narskets to report. Sr. LouIs, September 2i.-The Lacltdc races I are posetponed till OetSber sthi, oIl aIcl:cunt of thle rainy weather. Eighty htrses are now here, and i Flour S, 2 ,It -0 21. I10 50r$11, a.d I1l 55l $12 .)0; chaice 51'7'i%=17 5. Plinle fall whealt 2 ;(,-2 i,, choice $ 70(o; 2 a;. Corn uil. c, hange} d. O),; 1 -,;(, 0 7. t1 co rr u rhanlgel. ELa 1 in r ccccs lec., in hogs 21'. CItsxr.rNAi], Sept. 2i.-Flour, sUlperine, Clit 1 S 0; exura i11 .0e612; extra ttamrily.amt tie I tmily $12 50c513 0: fansy ft i115. Wheat e i.2 Red corn 7-e80r. crts L5ce. ye $ 45I. .hi.k $2 3F. 'Mse pork $32. Lar rd I, Cheese ~a Gold 1431. 7 New YORK, Rept. 25 tEvenint.I._,o'elosed at i41?. Coupons of '62 li.t; of 64, 1085; trea saries lOG. Cottn closes] dull, withgl0of lmmg bales at'7 aiiiR . Flour firmer stilt 85sd j.fer Southern. Wheat 3ISe. better. 'Pork hevjir $32 il. Lord -diall at t6$ 19tc:' Eta 5 0Fa Muscovado 10tlt12c. Codes. steady at 65@67e. Rosin steady at -l 50@o 500. , 'BoUTrWEr Pass, Sept. l, 12 -The bark .. Robert is inside at anchor, awaiting steamh, yipg'* arrived darin with a ship this A. if., ana' e het to tea, The shill StaaaHicste dnd two ,, anims unknowfn," honmd in, are outside thesbaero Two tugs are working at them. Weather clear and :warh. W Wfti.,.t o. Not much tide this A. M. Vre.l.Beto, Sept. 25.- Plsddf1diba .Tdhna l..'i gdareat 2-an i. Meenatwot- 5 '. I;- and Fash lfst at . A. ue Passed, up : BSieViatg eatlls tr; RiveeD rising, _ ' a Fon Bearos SAsAirAo, - The tlow, 8r,; side-wheel steamship St;.'fary, will TIev' f h .e Thursday ah a p. n. She:tlarts frnmtheifSa .,L St. Jrseph street, asl is under te' cointnand' Cat, .tTripp. tse St Mary is one of tihe X ii. S.'mail steasiaPbps, and a.y infrimnatiso refereneg tq freight or paiage.ecg be6thtaine'.'. from Mr.'t. C. Htrris, agent, at the corner r- Chlrtp and Cortmon dtrlet. . A Womari' Reveese. ,a SEDUOTIOw .NAND SHDaETIOt4-a-THETR.IWErA-a-~Z19 A CHICAGO IERCHAN LOT LOT HI CHILD. LF ne the Milmtause Wmiolnee,-Oni." 1. ' Bome eight months ago, a well-dressed ladyI for deep mourning, mars" her appearance at the c'it. hall and desired to see Mayor Tallnadge on hm- o , neas of impatance. She was condS'Otefd nto'tf. mayor'e oaf "wands in a- siort eonversaton, gale her eamesnte asso.. Laesaid she, her 'bblhdL ' and one child, had left the East to locate ianthe West, but that in Chicago her hubhand had end denly died, and that it required all the moneyf ch : possessed to bury him, and that sheead her child were now nutupan the nald eharitietof the world. She did not know whatshe should do for snppeith. She was asked if she had no friends to whome she coult a ply or , end reptie that shad beea not. She felt I thatb e could take a eof herelf . but she feared for hei~ child, a beautiful little girt of fonr years of'age.- She sbliefted the aid of the: mayor in getting the child in one ef the orplhati " homes in this cty, n-ettb-elb; tie tabttie, could secoure a home for it, which ese hetieved she could"' soona d, acne she wolstaa, also ckhld, paying the asylum for its troulen. The woman told her story aseh plaintive tones, and tt1e.1 app'eeieie'" so much of. sorrow and asgpsh abot hthe t.. s. the'mayort was interested in. her ale;'aald told. hertoesall thelneet mnorueg, bhinging her tltlIJ. -. with her, and doring the day e would -see '*eat. ", could he dne. He assredthe wotlan she a hbaIb . not suffer. ' . . uring the same day Mayer Taltaiegr did iii terest himself, and scceeded in finding a family: with no children of its 'bwn,- and" who desiredt r ' adopt a child. He knew it would be a delightful home for the child, ap.nl tlneg., t ruaorningwhea the mother called, briging the child with her, he took her to the house. The nother appeared grateful that n.ch a h t was fouod for her little one, and thait it wouldgot be caSt in its tend.r years upon the world. She. objected at firet to partirg with the'ciaId forever, Sapparently with mocia sineerity. but, sa the family would not take it under other cireamstasces, sheo at lengthsubmitted, and, emtracing and kissing her child many times, she had but one request to make, and that wase that it should he called Ada. SRle then left, and tne teh'it iae nothing libs been heard of the mother. The child'was a bright little creature, and very soon bore the orea o affnd e lions of its adopted parente, as if it had been Stheir own. A few days ago, a detective from Chlicago was in this city, and in eonsultatioe' wit the offttcemr6 here. He said that a little child had heen stole a from its parents in that city months before, under peculioar circumstasaces. A woman claimed, to have been deceived and betrayed by the father of . the child, and, When she was lost, he cruelly e serted her and married another wohan. The maw .was a merchnt in Chicago. Although nearly heart-broken from the wrong. she had aurtred, it was evident that revenge waIr not .desd, but only slombered" in the womanf' ' breast When her sedaer's child hadi ttaintsl he age that its parentsa loved it devotedly, she Sdeterminedato etnhe them whet the blow would . be the most severely felt, and, watching her op portunity when the child was ouat with its narse, managed to take and secrete It., From the nnrse'w'h storymtle father feared the worst, and tems.- diately set out wlth a detective in pursuit. Theb . traced the woman and'the chbil to St. Louis, t . to Cincinnati, to Louisville, and to New OrlIean Then all traces were lost, and the father, nearly heart-broken, returned to his homewhen th.: child was mourned as lost forever, it being sep posed that the woman, in her madness, had de stroaed it. The mother of the child, however, could not be satisied with the idea. Some days ago she dreamed that the child wa d alive and near her. She urged her husband to further and continued efforts, and he, more to satisfy her than in any belief that he would suc -e ceed,renewed his searohes. He aent a Chicago detective out, with instructions to leave no stone , unturnedto find his lost child. With thls view he , came here. While in rconversation writh Chief of Police Beck, the case of whlich we Iave spoken was mentioned. A description of the woman and child was given from memory, as well as it could p be, and the detective felt that his lahbors were at an end. He at once telegraplhed to tihe parents of Sthe clilil, and they came tl Mlilwaukhee ly tihe next mtrain. Upon going to the hoase of tlhe gentleman avlawho had adopted the child, the joy of the mother l can well be imagined whan she di,.overeedthe ilotl of lerheart, but tle joy was at ar:e Iturned to deopair when thel child did sot reea-fcaa, her, s, i and could not be induced to go to her. lto fct, it c. ried piteously whernever the mother atlempted to approach it. Tins nearly broke thle mother's bhaert. She sat isfied the adopted parents that the rhihll was hers,. and, sad as it was to part with the little one, they sould not do otlherwise. Tile child, when taken away, cried itself into spasmns, refusing ta be com forted; but it was taken to Chice.go. Yesterday Mayor Tallnadge receivedl a letter from the pa rents of the child, sayiang that their darling had d. ied, evidcutly- fron grirf at being sepaalted frnom tlhose whaom it had learnell to love aetter than its own uesh and blood. It had. when recovered from its spasms settled down into a strange griefs moaning contiunally, and calling for its mother. It refused to earnr be comforted, and the day bcfore yesterday it breathed Iats last, The stliair is a most strasme one. Ths detective informed the mayar thist no trace of t'c woman ht bad been discovered siles she left New Orleans, and it is believed that she. having' succeeded in Saoconmplisbing the desire of her heart, destroyed to her own life. A NooORItos s wtNOLRJo BROrIor To GRIEl. iome months since wea published in the Enquirer i cco aintof tlhrobbery of J. L. C. o)n .r, Esq., vp a rogue calling himself Harden. who, after spIog rescoud frol starvation by eir. Donner, anisel robbed hilt ond decamps i. He soonr uaroedi up in TLynchbarg,wherehe swindled aeveral norties, and hle aus now turned op in Louisville, hlere, oader the name of John 1. Bunrton, alias lares Martin, he has been arrested for passing a tos hundred dollar worthless check on the pri pal" uf a l'mole schol. lte had on his person ttersalddreesed to Harden, and a nion ber of rwopaper clippings. detailitng forgerias and other ts el rascalilty comitted ill Staeui:,u. Virginia, nogousl, Georgia, New York aolt ofhter places. tis le ilow wan confined in i one ofi the New York t prisons in January last. ou some c harge, the tIture of which we have not learned. His real me is Schotel, antd he is the sou of au:e petable Iergymau in Holialltl. Iti it a mtan o vary pre ossese-tig appearance, ilaustible in mcai, er. pus eseed oi lici talenlts, a gcodl education ,nd maOny tconipllshllelsts, but is withal i vlt aia of the. Iel est dye, and if not e toncted before the Louis ille courts, we Ihole he wallbe retateit to Vir inia, that Ie may rcceive a portion l ptl: c .t nieh leint sitse to his altauy rascaliin. , [RrcIe:j ý,, i ?c idtra r. The duohe if Ncassau, having 'eCl'l so ,e ce onu ent oI hlis cellars ,lro tile Ilands of lII sletroyer ol kingdoms utdl prmeic.l ies is e is .vlng his lpare cse-lh in havig toteolds struck ft,r ITe decO ration of thie sl Iwr- and cllc's a uilco, durig tlthe iray, ret airied caitllhlful to i causci e. Act Internst;o, isll co us' of Verkhi.le t cGenoaS on Selltembcr cis d soe Oilucd o!u tlhlsio. TIce work ing i0pultlio of cib ',-e t t.snc5 i f Fia.:ii a were recple.eliecd, ard ,elc!: 'e fro'o F:iýdu, Ben - gitlm, GeclntLoty alIld It:ci attelided. tli-eTIt' Os EIlt;snTs'c To iUELIIs- The olCk Cxarlninaw star-si that within a slhr:t I-,'rid four ti'es Nt,1J-i te!, 1 s1111 b stweell Q:oeeluet o: i :.lil NeOW ,Xsk lrave blsoult b:c k ilbolt t,' d hnm:dred s c, ,'eol - cci til c .y ity h m wre lsh. Th, h'ish ' i:selll llil iioai h ilyisic t s-ts hsl or elthe l ,suer Frad.s lud .l'lbrer. w ,, Ief' 11'. ; ldlately, ,'sld 1,,11~ t lan e nt I11c, . di, d bl i ln:!.' is _me rlc a til ee 1 es-i a i ecd e , oven t th ,it- eaT , .'-,s . T h ey tate thac t if cag, a io si oher ill til , I : l'te,1 Statesn, th e I sri e ot ' i of I lOh-..p-' . h a s I ll tl ,!'cr s e d a s os.s' ",sreo sall the ts ; , t e a'i! war, ,l i t'ht tei' slo"-!e''is .....d Eto.... I ...y not gr:-lec rllc 1'tsil l-itig Coko\he, sce' is reonoii e lablie n!umlcli.