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FOR THE FALL AND WINTER OF 1866-67.
NOW RECEIVING AND OPENING FOR INSPECTION --r RI. "'ITKIN'S Fashionable Clothing Emporium, NOS. 13 AND 15 CAMP' STREET, Sargest, Best Selected and Most Fashionable --sTroc or -AND Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods bi bl Of the Soeaon. All of which were manufactured under his pereonalasuporviion, and aeloetod with tie a Iltot care and tste, expres.l fir t'e Southern market. Ills stock counsits in Sf very article inl hi line of business, viz; t Superinr DRESS FROCKS; a SACISt; OVER :OATS; SIIAWLS; INDIA RUB13ER GOODS;; 1 BUSINESS SUITS; WALKINI COATSI : Black and F ucy Dres, IPANTS, And V ST;Co DRIAWER; off UNODRIIIOr.TS; COLARIS; CR GJLOVE; So CRAVATS; 011 TSUSIENDERS: POCKET IIANDKERICHIEFS; see LINEN lud LLhEN H1 llt))1 SHIIRTS of every qualty and description. Fit wre CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINOS. Fit A I.r~e .1,r: ,e , f Sop1, fr Fronol, CLOTI.S, CASSI IERI:., at0.d [5L iN' . Black ,ad Faucy VESTINIS of the m,.: F;a,hou to,4tlet , pl, of F7OR CUSTOMI W-ORK. bol Ile t e?"· .e.s: phla.uire in Inf rminE the citizn, of New Si Orleu ,, n } l 1'dhll., t11 1, II L., a.,ro i l oTh eri NCs o it that 1'¢.N.'.\IY i 'Ifi .RTIST. an,. Ge[I c005I of Skil, - XR. E 3I IIO'110CTON, *As Pr~,.·:,! : Ca:l .r; w II C il .iiIInt,, tChe m ru ctore or SC Go1, oaI,'LEilD 11RO11 MEASURE. A r4c.t I-it Wa-,. 00l rauit10 Ns,! W hole.ale Zepartlument. ]blir-ca: ,t cl. fr .- t ",:,. I 1ry -i ný. t riy ot v a w ll dand hi Sli w"-u"ld eip,.,:i dly c1 tho aittutotin of I'm E. ,RCiL.IANTS AND P..ANT.iRS Large Stock of Cheap Clothing, Sit, AL' -L .. I'i,,in,-",,,. ma,e of STRONlN MA TERIiAL, w.. NEA1TNESS ',d DURABILITY. Al--r A LARGE ASSORTMENT YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING, TRUNKS, VALISEl. CARPET BAGS, 1 l UMBRELLAS,Etc. A Caltfrom the pu',c Is repoeCtfully solciteLd. R. PITIRIN,U FASHIONABLE CLOTHING EMPORIUM, 18 nd 1......m treet.........13 and 1r Tire Sero MIPROVED ELIPTIC LOCK STITCH SEWING AND BRAIDING MACHINE, TheIe CELERR.TED MA'IIINES we c1n recommend to the inhhc, combining u they do all the htlpr ,yeneats which .xrfrleua-e Ih proved to be reqln t.ite t. the )erfeetion of tile SEWING MACHIINE, lm,'klgt he well-kow, Lock Stitch. Every Machine Warrlnted One Year. achhes of aIll kindl, REPAIRED. Machne NEEDLERS, SILK, THREAD, OIL, Etc. Aleo. thter ' .!eor el Sewing Machin. for .sale at the 1 I MACINE auI VAARIETY STORE of ' M. S. HEDRICK, 2 S, Cannl street. Yourin8s Gloves. Joujin 8 Gloves. 1 LION & PINWAARD, t 2 ..... ..... .. ... Canal street..................17T d IatveJ. t received from Paris, by the latlrt arrivals, a com-. eteaesort mentof JOUVIN'S KID GLOVES, for Ladies d Gentlemen. Theo Gloves are of the real "Golden Medal" nufacture. They have also a full assortment of BELTS, CKLES, Fine Shell, Horn and Ivory COMBS, CACHE IGNES, EAR RINGS, CAMEO SETS, JET TRIM C INGS and FRINGES, VELVETS, TAPES, COLLARS, RAVATS, MV. all of the latet styII,. lank Books and Stationery : -ar- 8 E. R. WrAGENER, d . ...... .........CAMP STREET...................o0 (Between the Picayune and Times Ocel.) t 'he new tock of BLANK BOOKS of eery description, and ATIONERY efall kind, for Merchants, Omee adSteam Kporposes, made expressly for this market, I am oferlng a for sale, at prices that will give satistaction to all in need Isucharticles. I have also received alargelot ofofirchild's b DLD PENS, Etc. JOB PRINTING, BIND1NGOtc., done ly, with dispatch. KI ~. R. WAGENER. I e - - -i rest 01ice m.retice. Unti farther notice the Mails at he New Orleans Post Omce I ill becloned as follows: .ile North, East and West close daily at 2 P. x., via N. 0.. Jackson, and 0. N. R. 1. ails for Bay St. Louis, Pass Christian, MiSslasippi City, Mobile, Selma, Montgomery and Atlainta close daily at 11 a.M. ashear, ete, via OpelousaI Railroad, daily, except Sundays veston, Indianela and Southern and Western Texas Mails. by Morgan seamers, Wednesdays. Fridays and Sundays, dt for Hatches, Raton Rouge, tt., by Atlantle ad Mlaist sippi steamers, daily, except Sundays, at 3 P. M. atMails for all Post Omces Ias ar up the river as Bayou Sara, by st earnr Laourche, on Wednesdays at 9 i x., and Saturdys at 3 P.. is for Northeastern Texas an Red River, tri-weekly, at o'clock P. M. iser Ol.chita River, Wednesdays and Saturdays, at " It II IURS.- OpelE x. M., closes 4 P. E. Theae>n S&erttand Merchanth ' Stlitety will he kept upRn uRtil NDAYS.-Once opens 9 A. x., and closes 12 o. I. W. TALIAE A SRO, • .,ier, I ,ý, ,"f I)r, ,1 A.TRU0UDFIA U Is removed to No. 61 SI'.11f SI'RE ET, ahld i.is ,,liea I the CIRCUS STREET TL, No, iwbti, w te he will give cosultatious from 12 ___ill2 ___ e.,, Jamles I. Tkomnpson, EERCHANT TAILOR, No. 147 Fulton Street NEW YOBM N.E ORLEANS AILY CIESCENT. THE CR FFL ENT I6 PU BLISHED DA .ILy (SBnzdsv. EoeptedI ANlD WPFTX TL BY J. 0. NIKON. EN. 94 CAMp CREST ME--DANiT, pie, WE]HL Ynrp PIE R T1ýIEET. TE rrERMkDARY, $16: WEEKiLYV PER YEAR VOLUME XVI. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1866. w riie f~ a.ln ltt eo .lf . Don't know ho remained, I ma 1 ..n n.rr. - Tn r.rn mnr. .a r- [ .. . 1Thw Crfln0 e adl 0heszent. OFFICIAL JOURNAL -ors THE STATE OF LOTUISIANA. TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 9, 1866. Is ý-3ocal 'nteltignq .e. An Overflow, The winds blowing from the lake were sofl clently strong yesterday to cause a rise in tile waters of the Carondelet canal, and to effect an overflow of the banks between Claiborne and Der a bigny streets, and between Dorgenots and Roche blave. At the head of the Old Basin the water is said to have been two or three feet higher than ordinary,and to have risen about eighteen inches in four hours. A notification was yesterday made at the Second District police station of the above facts, with a request for prompt action on the part of the draining commissioner. A Literary thlef. Yesterday morning, upon entering his office on Canal street, Dr. C. HBolliday discovered that his office had been entered, the contents of his book case scattered about and his drawers broken open. Sometime thereafter, upon passing by one of the stores where second hand books are bought and sold, he saw a youth, whose name is James Fitch, offering them for sale. The books he immediately recognized, and, upon searching the person of Fitch, several cigars curiously marked, and which were immediately recognized, were found upon Fitch's person. Fitch was caged. Dlsguoted with Liberty. A dog somewhat eurtailed as to his caudal ap. pendageo, though otherwise having the appearance of being of good stock, has recently takef lip his c quartcers at the Second District lock-up, and ap- I parently has no disposition to get himself out upon t bond. He is white and liver-colored in respect to f his general appearance, and any one whom Carlo t will claim as his owner by a responsive wae of his tail, or by following him from the lock-up. will e put in possession of the property. Death from Swamp Fever. MIr. W. M. Smith, aston-chtter, and a native of Scotland, has been working down at Fort Jack- a son, caught the swamp fever in that locality. and was brought ti to the Ohio Exchange, where he re- I evained about ten days., During that time he drank to excess, and is supposed to have had the a delirium tremens. At any rate, while trying to J reach the ground through his window, ie fell and sa hurt his loweer jaw badly. Ite was then sent to the hospital in a cab, but before reaclhing there he had died. He was carried to the Second District police station and transferred to the coroner. His i verdict was swamp fever. ti Fire In Jeferson. A fire was discovered on Sunday in the above ti named place in the grocery store at the corner of Lyon and Laurel streets, which, in a short time. L destroyed the main building, kitchen and stables. O Mr. Auguste Henly, who keeps the grocery at the a0 opposite corner, states that about 4 o'clock A. .,d flames were visible. The grocery was kept by E Harrison & Fleury, the latter the brother of Else a. street commissioner. The work was no doubt H that of an incendiary, as an attempt had been previously made to do the same thing. None of T the property was insured. The loss was about u $3000. Drlfted into Eternity. 55 The body of a dead man was yesterday found in a skiffat the foot of Ursuline street. The skiff m was covered with a kind of shade-a circumstance at which wentto show that the deceased there made S his habitation and home. The custom of thus living is not unfrequent with a certain class.of men who are too .peor to live on land and o many of them erect comfortable habitations upon rafts near the French vegetable market: and who gain a subsistence by picking up drift wood, fish ing, etc. The deceased is supposed to have lived in this way and to have died of fever. B The Attempt to ]lll Pollee Omeer Crown Evidence in the Case. This case came up yesterday for examination before Recorder Gastinel. We give below the evidence, simply premising that Canonge and a Keppard, the two accused, are both colored : George tI. Crown sworn-On the night of the 2d of September was on duty as a policeman on Carondelet Walk and St. Peter street. At about 10 or i1 o'clock witness heard a noise on Caron delet Walk. Upon proceeding to the place, he found it proceeded from a colfbehouse. He called the attention of the occupants to the circumstance. Witness afterwards went to the corner of Caron delet Walk and Basin street, and while there saw the accused, Zephyr Canonge, come out of the house itn company with a lady and to other per sons, all of whom were ttlking and making a loud noise. Witness told Cauonge to stop that noise. Canonge asked who he was talking to, at said if witness arrested any one Ihe would be dis charged in the morning. Sfme one then said, " This is a police officer and must be respected." Canonge said that it would all be forgotten, and invited witness to take a drink. When witness re fused, Canonge said," If you do notdrink yonhave something against me." Witness was aboit to go away, when he seard some one say, "Shoot the d-d son of a b--h." At that moment heard a pistol fired, and the parties ran off. Witness was, at the same moment, wounded in the breast. At the time the shot was fired, Canonge was talking to witness, and Keppard, the other accused, was standing on the banqoette opposite the coffee house door. Witness was confined to his bed about three weeks after receiving the wound. Cross lExamined.-It was not Canonge who said kill the son of a b--h, and is positive it was not Canonge who fired the shot which wounded wit ness. There were from fifteen to twventy persons in tie crowd. It was not the same voice which said respect the officer that said shoot. At the police station, while witness was wounded, Caiuonge took witness aside lmd said it was not himself, but Keppard, the other accused, who shot witness. FMr. nellowlas sworn-At the time in question, when the officer stepped up to the accused aid said thse noise must stop, Ca longe replied, " you have no right to make that rcmareek--I am merely talking loud." Witness remarked that it was the olticer's duty--that he had a right to go into any public place to preserve tie peace. Conoie e then ieggedl the officer's pardon and asnted the officer to drink, whlirh oli'r ews declined. Ca Reponge then asked bilu to have it ciglr, to wninct tihe osicer- nodded assent. Atthal irolentr tli shot swas fired. Tihe person who sied kill wser either aKepparrrd or auotlher young nlol, tie, scat stard ing by. Could nrot Ilsittvely swear it was Ke-. paid who said kill, l'eric edlie r-ottrrey (colored) t- rorn-Wi tneo on the rlicit iill rIOestionwasoabeoit htif dlorire. Krlpi pard andul Coetonge invited himt toetale it drinkt. Wit ness dii so iand ethen went hackl irr trairs. \Witness camre brackl frontl up stairs ailtrn eaw CaillOtge whtI vwas ratler driml, and Krellpad who wasalso there. Ceianoge woas talkirng ill a Iloud tone to tihe police of.iter. Disremenelb.i the exarct' wnordi said, and dil not lpay iattenltion til he heaIrd a pi ttired behind iit. tlhard e rltplttrd ay thatia he's ii policeman and t ttturrt itbe reepeeted. There were six or seven behid himir . ,es nlt know iwho eshot. Never told tile olicer Leclere that it was eithce Keppard or Cauoljge who tid the shoot ing. Ile only said he knew pretty much how rr the fuss went. Francis Ditrulap, (coordcl sn,'orn--0n tihe night in qnestion, tlr. Canosge wns talking a little loud. IHe was standing upon one side of the door of the house and Keppard upon the other side. It was Keppard who fired the pistol. It was him. am sure it was; when he fired, he said " You son of a -, that's the cigar you will get." Canonge and Keppard then went away. The policemon ran to the corner, rapped and soon the police rushed in to the colfeehouse. Don't know who remained, "bat nosaw tile shot. Witneoss saw nobody else but Stie two accused and the officer. No one never told hinl not to come in court nor nothing. Offier Jesndardc sworon-On the night of the shooting arrested Keppard about twenty minutes after. Witness arrested Canonge at hism houe. As he stepped into the door, Canonge told him before witness had opened his mouth. " It was not me who did the shooting; it was Keppard.'' When Keppard was arrested he did not nay a word: never asked why or wherefore; looked as if he was seized. Kleppard was sent before the First District Court, and the decision ofthe recorder as regards Canonge was reserved until to-day. Rseorder.' Court.. FIRST DIdSTRICT-- lohn Childs upon being ar raigned before Recorder Ahern yesterday on the charge of stealing a coat worth three dollars from the room of Alexander McNeil, pleaded guilty and was sent before'the Criminal Court for trial. N. H. Esling was arraigned and his examina tion fixed for tie 17th, on a charge of stealing a carriage belonging to C. Izard, from his premises, No. 169 Eratr street, in July last. Enliag in also accused by tie same party of a breach' of trust, committed, it is alleged, in appropriating to his own use tie sum of one hundred and ten dollars, which Ire had received from J.'W. Boon, for com plainant. Both eases are set for tie same day. After an examination of tihe testimony, F. J. Gilbert, charged by Charles Farmer wittl embez zlhng tile proceeds of provisions and fruits valued at three hundred and twenty-one dollars, he was commissioned to sell for Farmer, the prosecution was dlrsmissed. J. M. Price and C. .I. Cheeks are to be exam ined to-day on a charge of stealing a aeerschum pipe, worth thirty dollars, from H. IDeCourcy, oa Saturday last. A boy named J. IV. Hart, aged about 14 years, was sent to tire House of Refuge at the instance of Martin Costello, for pilferitg about tile Jackson railroad devpot. Delia Wiliams, colored, was brought to the bar, accused of having stolen a lady's cloak, wortr $12, from tile shiop of Maurice Rosenstein, No. 136 Rlampart street, The case is to he examined on the 17th. A compilaint against Adolphe Heidefelder, ac eusoing hint of anttmpring to pick the pocket ef J. HI. \Wilson. was dismissed, the prosecutor failing to appear. For a like reason the prosecution agionst F. S. Gilbert for an alleged assault and battory, with in tent to kill, oil Adolphe Lange. was dltltissed. Moses Kanluman was tined $50 and Capt. Great house of the steamet Niua Simmers $22, at thle in stance of Dr. Bourns, health oflicer, or vriolating the henlth oridnances in introducing r gs into the city- wiillolt a permit from the Board of Health. iafltcr Bilanch and Anne WVillia ns, negr. ec, ar - restedt for thieving; cilliam Johnson, colo;red a sutpclCO s charaOterl and Laura nlit!l, an incur. Iable drunkcarld. were sent to tie 0,-n lionse for six montlhs: John Celley for assisting a petty larceny on tlte levee rund Ellen Wmilnt atld NateCy Nashi. frnc drunkenness, ninety trt Pat"ocicl Krole, IWm. Trlomnpson. i Williant Sctt1 Thomtc, lotter aodl Martin 7utllro, street sleelp s, an,, Jonr Manning, found lyint drutk on the street, sixty (days each. ,tlnO I Howard, negro for carrying concealed a azor. wanr sentenced to pay a fine of $25, or the Workliouue for ninety days. fr Den;s Connor ant W. J. O'Keefe for fighting in tn Magazine street on Sunday nthtI were tirnel, a .he former 220 and the latter $5. Sntrah Works, colored, for being drntk, disturb- at ing tile pence and abusing E. A. RPt.at was fined 2 t. i default of ipaying which site Ias ordered T no ie comruitted to tire Iborhiote for si xty dtays. Tim Sullivan, J. B. Smith aid John Vennard, E for breaches of tile peace, Catherine Wh ite and Leo Stragley, for being drunk oil the streets, John lb O'Brien and IRiciard Bristol, for dlruoklenneos anl C abuasing tile officers who arrested them, and James ni Gardner, for entering tie house of Mary ianly A drunk anti assaulting her, were fined $5 each;l Edward Washington, negro, for furious driving, re and John Leary, James Carroll, Fran'is IHickey, Joln Hart, John Glenr. Catherine Kiely, WFin. Robinson, Da vid Lewis, Johr Riley, Joln Carr, Patrick Welsh. Herman roe, Pred. A Taber, Peter aIrtiu and John Mahoney, all picked h op on the streets drunk, $2 50 eachl. t SncoNo DlsrnrcT.--Thlornton Lower, colored, ls was tined $10 or tea days to the Pariah Prison, for assault and battery. Wm. Feyley was sent to the Workhouse for six months, for larceny. o0 THIRD DIsrcrT.--Sarab, colored, charged with It stealing clothes, by Melissa Wyatt, wassent to the Workhbone for sixty days. A wolan who h s detf and dumt. exceptingat when Iunder tihe influence of li uor, was sent yes- f terdeay for thie hundredth time to the Workhouse c for the same period. on MOrltery Seports. The subjoined table presents the deaths from cholera and other diseases, together with a elasse Bicatilon, 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 the interments from the Marine Hospital, which, being under military control, are not reported to the board. From the 5th to the 8th Ahgust the board has no returns from the cemeteries. The first daily report was made to the board on the 9th August. That, and all the succeeding daily reports, show the interments up to 6 o'clock of the morning of the day the report may be dated: . 1 111 nI .. a a 45s _ _ c m _ li= ulguty 1 ...... 2 -- 29 161 -- -- 16 I]9 Aug.0 S, .2 -U. - --a .ug t 12.. ..... 7 12 I 16 - 3.2 5 6- 53 ......... .toI tt a. I-/ a. S to ougualto....... 24 - 00 17 1- -, ,, 1...... 27 19 11 1 19 5 - 12...... 27 11t 6 - 02 6 59 S13...... 0 t 16 16 - 3 2 i 1 63 . 2...... 001 1 5 25 0 1 1 1 2 8 2....o. 26 1 12 - O 1 4 a tO...... t1 1 02 3 24 I 5 68 17.... 2412 9 5 26 20 il 50 .......... 27 111 - t 2 19 8 1......S. 2 16 9 3 2t 17 1 57 ....... 1 8, - 31 21 8 0 4 S2 ...... 78 13 51- a 16 1 9 a S27..... 78 0 - 14 7 7 - . 2...... 27 16 11 - 2 17 0 50 .. 2)...... 14 2 2 23 16 49 25...... 16 101 - 11 7 39 0 26...... 17 1 20 11 5 37 • 27 ....8 4 - 10 0 7 I4 2.... . 4 3 1 6 6 37 801..t 1 5 6 3 42 10 6 30 31.. .... 1 o 5 0 3. Sptsmber ... 27 . t19 11 5 3 41 S... 19 12 1 13 3 5 1 a ... 5 8 5 22 13 6 37 a to 1 8 85 a 9 0 0 32 I ... 16 9 4a ' Is 5 0 35 o" 6l , 0 8 14 . . . 10 5l t . I 7 9 2 8 15 1' 5 8... 1 0 6 3 10 11 7 35 .. 21... ll9 10 .. I llS , 7 3l 11... 32 1 1 4 " 10 2 6 54 .. 12... 0L 3 4 'L 11 6 5 36I " s 13 oe. 2 11 10 11 a 3 40 to to.., ,6 5 1 7 19 8 40 S15 _. 11 7 5 01 II. a 0 42 Ili. R 6 10 2 .1 15 8 , I 0 7... 10 7 2 1. 6 , ' 21 10.. 10 0 10 1. 1 7 1. 19I.. 15 S 3 24 I,, 6 3:1d 2... 1o 4 it . 2 ) 15 5 0 ,; Thlree dehthos fom yellows fevel 1eporte ye terday. .. 12 7 4 ^5 Ix 4 5 3 .. ^.... 3 15 1't ^ 22 21...E 11 ..,5 2. Cu 5... lc9 ti 3 Coyle i i 7 ii a chtiicr let sO ocreenedci)lce froos lPtoitt-bur. an tlhracite 011, p1iclke En~glish c~annel, wl,ehtho ha c or salliriyard ct1t!. 9e c r e..cf i itiga beeladeuat theoir office attI l 2c'rics vtiedt. ~FIN0 SOK~IiG To Io-rs.-M . Perns, nii so 7 Co., gesral commeissiofn. lert-tf.oCi;lier Leof Tobacce. Soo thei r aderti-ements eise l i Ii IU I '1 .. .I IU D } ý 31~ 8 7 ý! 20 1; t 21 1 terare. CoESt..-c r t .. Cr. Coyls-OpesCo. Wednoedy. a Otolice lot Tern thre sane cfrom loitolties. wild thracrite and plicked Englrlishl cannel, whichj thug! hav\e for salle ait thecir yar~d aIt the corn, (i ~f l(·11:11 heacts, c. di0 ant.ti d St. Charles steelf , opposite beSt. Chalde lot eira toe at nd see.rve t FINE Sxt/otuu~ Tocav'CO.-MII.\rl . . cetoijll' `;.,71 son ~-Co., general3 commission owesr-ult i cut earlr of Carondelet anld Union streets,, are elatiligL to the trade two , ·uperior brar~dd, of lticslnoke told!r Leaf Tobacco. See their adverti;ecients else where. CnFsct\T CITY Dti otcx.).-Open, IR ednesdsy,. October loth. Ter, thlousand curiosities, wildi beasts, etc. 40 aarl 42St. Charles Street, opposite St. Chiarles Hotel,. Go and see. STELEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES. NUMEROUS DISASTERS AT SEA LOSS OF TEE EVENING STAR. APPALLIN(G LOSS OF LIFE. THREE OUT OF FOUR BOATS FROM HER BELIEVED TO HAVE REACHED SAFETY. One at Tybee. One at Fernandina, One Pi'cled up at Sea. THE FOURTH POSSIBLY GOING INTO FERNANDINA, TOTAL NUMBER OF CREW AND PAS SENGERS THREE HUNDRED. Number Reported Saved in Three Boats, Thirty-three. WRECK OF STEAMSHIP ANDREW JOHNSON. NOTHING HEARD OF THE THIRTY-SIX PASSENGERS OR OF THE CREW, Foundering of a British Steamship---Two Lives Lost,. OTHER VESSELS DISABLED OR WRECKED. SA.VANNAH, Oct. 8.-The steamer Evening Star, I from New York to New Orleans, foundered iS0 I miles east of Tybee, with two hundred and fifty passengers and fifty crew. Five of the crew and Frank Gerrard, a passenger, were saved. The schooner Veto putin in distress, bound from Texas to New York. SAVANNAH, GA., Oct. 8.-A boat from the l Evening Star has arrived at Fernandina. She left the steamer with eighteen persons, incldilng Capt. Knapp, one lady and child. She capsized nine times. The sixth time the captain was lost. As the Sylvan Shore left Fernandina a boat was reported coming in with the purser and engineer. Four boats left the steamer as she sunk. The schooner S.J. Waring, from New York for I Apalaehicola, put in here in distress. She threw her deck load overboard. The Waring brought the chief engineer, purser, two passengers, and six of the crew of the steamer Evening Star, piicked up at sea. The steamer Cambia, from New York, left here on Thursday for Mobile. She returned to this port to-day with her machinery disabled. CnHARLESTON, Oct S.-Telegrams from New York announce that the steamship Andrew Johnson, from New York to Charleston, with a valuable cargo and sixteen cabin and twenty steerage pas sengers, was wrecked on North Hatteras. No in formation concerning her passengers and crew has been received. FoorTEss MOsROe, Oct. 8.-The British steamer Queen Victoria foundered at sea on the 4th inst., during the recent storm, in latitude 33 degrees 3 t ninutes north and 70 degrees west longitude. t The passengers and crew were picked up yester day by the brig Pomfret, from New York, and I were subsequently transferred to the steamer I James Gary, from Wilmington, bound to Balt- t aore. Two lives were lost. The engineer died I from exposure, and the mate was washed over- o hoard. The storm commenced on the 3d. The steamer sprung a leak on the 3d. 3 itl Murder and Robbery in Augusta, Ga, tl THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION BY THE PRESIDENT Chief Justice Chase Submits a Question to " the Other S. C. Judges. AcUGUTA, GA., Oct. 8.-A stranger, named Mc. G Auley, was assassinated and rubbed here on Sat urday night. John Geo. Harley, of Little Rock, t Ark., has been committed to jail on suspicion. WAsmINarTN, Oct. 8.-The receipts from cus- bh toms at the ports of Boston, New York, Philadel-. i phia and Baltimore, ftl tile week ending Septem ber 30, were as follows: Boston, $381.386 52; New York, $2,872,406 G0; Baltimore, 0$1,03Y 13; L; total, $3,592,738 58. The President has issued a proclamation recom- cl mending that Thursday, Nov. 20th, be observed $1 throughlout the country as a day of thanksgiving it and praise to Almightyr God, who has been pleased a; to voucheate to us as a people another year of that SI nationail life which is an indidpensable 'condition I of peace, security and progress. That year has, moreover, been crowned with nrllly peculiar at blessings. Tile cruel war that so recently closed ru amnng us, has not been anywhere reopened: for eigo intervention has ceasedr to excite alarm or ap- i tiretensi ea: itrel ive pestilence has been 5be id1 ly raitiglted : domestic tranquility has ilpr.ved ; r I iseo timgo ~t' coaclliatlol have Ilarg(.ly prevailed. and aa , eQt onel .floyalty anid pairitisn havie hten wilely renewed ; ,oar li ld' htre yiced dr ite bltialyll ; tiour ianiig la tlatriy ta-- b.ei00 rchvly re . tv:0i 10, a ] Ewe havie b-ei al wove I to sxt.Iud Iil I.l oad c y tean far llt itie t.,r t .1eva. - of i-".'a, laelni. y ity i: foleign y-im.1. the-c :rtle os na -in l. bhl.s ilgs d m anl l a Utri, e~en l a bkilo awi- i l edI .lurt, t iHe rl .anuet sllle 0l ,0, ] le t 1,ltllle ,. ot'"a-ion, the people do ]o0n hly aled dt.voulOI1y ina . geole er,,d ti grant to our el -iral riaaecis, anril J to our whole people that divine wel.tdom which Sal re call lead any nation into the ways to all WaIsis.;Too, Oct. S.--Th ,hIef joatice of the supreme court has suabmitteil t the ut .herjuices wi' the question whether the circuit c.i' wll be held this fall in the aste red ciacveits by tire chtief t Id and.aCsociatc justice's. and deouiet' jvdgt or. by c te the district judges alone. This will b e decid'd by the majority. Tanis matter grows out of the fact I that the circuit court was not removed from Nor folk to Richmond, because it was found that the adjournment was not in accordance with the law of Congresa. Oregon and the Constitutional Amend ment. Murders by the Indians on the Mon fana Route. CHOLERA ENTIRELY DISAPPEARED FROM JICKS;IURG. Negro Rising at Cat Island 25 Wiles Below Memphis., Ring Leader and Another Killed, Three Wounded, the Rest Scattered. HAN Fnancisco, October 7.-A dispatch from Salem, Oregon, states that in the House of Assem-. bly yesterday, Mr. Humason offered a series of resolutions declaring that the action of the House c in ratifying the constitutional amendment before t the admission of the members from Grant county t was fraudulent, and by the aid of one Union member the resolutions were adopted by yeas c 24 to nays 23. The secretary of state was then d required to transmit a copy of the resolutions to el Secretary Seward. Further action will be had b to-morrow. Ii Nathan Floyd, late of Leavenworth, was re- A cently killed, together with seven companions by y a party of Indians while en route to Montana. hi The steamer Dnflamme has arrived from Co-. i lumbia river, with $121,000 in treasure. ti IIE.dmIrs, TESN, October 8.-A serious distnr- fi bance occurred at Cat Island, twenty-five miles ta below here, on, Saturday. About fifty negroes it armed themselves and started out, as some say, n with the determination to slaughter all the whites. to They first encountered Henry and Ike Turner, ti and commenced firing upon them. The Turners bi returned the fire with revolvers, killing Bill Dixon, n' the leader, and anothernegro, and wounding three W others. The negroes then fled. Henry Turner was slightly wounded in the head. The whites in the so neighborhood then armed themselves and went in pursoit, but after the death of their lender, the E negroes scattered through the country. Parties V are now here in search of some of the ringleaders. M LOL'ISvLLE, Oct. 8.-Notwithstanding the offer of the large reward, the robbers of the Adams Express company, near Seynmour, on Saturday, M have notyet been discovered. Cl VtcnsurnG, Oct. 8.-Passed down-Louisville 1 at 6 A. i., Argosy at 1, Quitman at 7 and Virginia A] at !i r. a. Passed up-White Cloud at 6 A. m. and D Abeona and SMagenta at 3 P. m. River rising. is -The cholera has entirely disappeared. w DETAILS OF EUROPEAN NEWS. A Cl Interesting General Intelligence. SHIPPING, RIVER REEWS, Etc. Eto Etc., Etc., Etc FARTHIER POINT, Oct. 8.-The steamer Hiber ni;tn has arrived with European advices to the 3 28th ult., but they are mostly anticipated by the I cable. Frequent interviews have taken place at Paris I between the representatives of the various Euro pean powers and the French foreign officers rela tive to Eastern affairs, and especially between the French foreign minister and the, representatives of England and Russia. - The Marquis de Boissy is dead, also Tom a Thumb's daughter. I1 SOUTHWEST PASS, Oct. 8.-The new ship Wet terhorn, 32 days from Bath, Me., in ballast, is in- a side the bar awaiting steam. The ship Joseph Clark, from Baltimore, went tl up in tow at 4 s. u. The ship R. C. Winthrop, from Havre, is outside al the bar with two other ships, names unknown. tl Wind blowing a gale from N. E. Tide very high a NEW Yonr, Oct. --Evening.-Gold closed at it 1498 ; 5-20's of '65, 110$; 7-30's, 1061. Cotton p closed heavy, with sales of 1500 bales at 37@i39c. b Flour lower; Southern $12@$16 50. Wheat pi lower. Corn dull. Pork lower; sales of 4850 , bbis. of mess at $32 97. Lard firm at 17@190c. h Whisky active. Rice quiet. Sugar firm; sales a1 800 hhds. Muscovado at 10jllt4c. Turpentine yr riv7@ S8cm. ot Arrived-Steamer General Barnes, from Ba- A vannah. or LOrlclSLLE, Oct. 8.-Sales G6 hhds. of leaf to- to bacco at rates unchanged; selections$20. Floar, at superfine new wheat, $9 25; prime red wheat, se $2 75. Oats, in bulk, 4dc. Corn SOc. Mess pork $32 50. Bacon--shoulders 16c.; clearsides 20tc. th Lard in tierces 18Ac. Whisky $2 81. to CINcINNATI, October 8.--Flour and grain un- u0 changed. Not much was done. Superfine flour a $10 50@$11 ; trade brands $12@15. Wheat in hb light supply; No. 1 red $2 85. Corn dull at 80$ bi 83c. Oats dull at 40d 45c. Sales of 1400 bushels S, splring barley at $1 45. Whisky unchanged; sales ar at- $33 (?). Mess pork unchanged and firm at tc $32 75. Bulk meats 14&@16ic. Bacon shoulders in and sides 8l.j3,204c; Lard held at 174e. Groce- in ries firm and in fair IOemtand. Gold 148. SALE BY CATALOGUE OF FINE FURNITURE.--To- t day, at 11 o'clock, Walton & Desllode will sell, at C No. 17 IDauphm St., elegant parlor, bed-room, li- I brary and dining room setsof European manufac- ill tore. curtlais, china, glass and plated wnre, car to !,es, and all the contents of the house, to which ti we are requested to invite the attention of the rt publi.ri TiE ATLXNTIC COAST MAIL STI:tSIIIP CO- Iti r AN\.-Tie new ald splendid sidewheel steam. shup iapidano, under the commandl of Captain W. It. tE.t;o, will leave her wharf at the foot of St. n J oseh street, to-morrew at S A.r11., for(;alv.eston. li"mr freight or first class acconmmodations apply to Jas. C onnoly & Co., 83 PO)dras street. Thle steamslhip Rapidan arrived yesterday fromt SClveston, with thle following list of passengers; P fir d liSy sand child. Irr. O5 Inn.. . I,-1. Dasir, N. IiA':ht. tit u: , ayn-, J. A. s st al. F. talias, Joha Lelsu S tlu Ju-g, 51. Snorri on, iand 5 on dcri. illy ts it that liquor in a soldier invariably de hi eilol i nlmost intense aod aggressive les'dlity 1 towards everything and body more dark'y eol ored titan a Mlaine blqoor law mtao? Wlry does a i idrunken boy in blue ivariably finish off his spree t by beating a freedman?-[Petersburg Index. Il APPALLING- DI)SATIER o E FOUNDERING OF THE EVENING STAR. BETWEEN TWO AND THREE HUNDRED LIVES LOST. tr The arrival of the Fang Shuey and of the ne Victor, both of which steamships left New York de on the 29th alt., without any tidings having been h heard of the Evening Star, which left that port bi on the same day with them, began to excite gi great uneasiness yesterday morninig. The Even- n ing Star was believed to be a much faster vessel than either if them, and therefore wa" expected w here before them. Calcunlations hdd been made that she would ben portby Saturday; and so great was the confldenee in her not being many en hours' beyond that,, that anohoncements were he made that theatrical performers who had taken hh passage on her wedtd male their appearance last night. The unesainess s yesterday, pissed In. i creased to anxious fear that some diss.ter must h have befallen her, and naturally enough that fear gi as night was wearing on grew to excitement in those who had relatives and friends on board, None, however, appear to have been prepared ci for the distressing intelligence which' came over the telegraph wires at a late hour, and which we plbish in another column thistmoining. Antd we cam sympathize,-indeed, with the ppngs which In the suddenness and severity of the blow cannot ai but cause. et t is to be regretted that the- intelligence given tI concerning the melancholy occurrence is not more a| defiite than we receive it. In general terms it is at stated that there were three hundred souls on P9 board. Unhappily, it would seem that this Is not A likely to-exaggerate the number mach, if at all. bh A list of her passengers, published in the New th Yprk Tribune, of the Istinst., designates about one w hundred and seventy-flve, without including Any of those in the steerage. We understand that be- Rl tween twenty and twenty-five performers engaged pe for the Academy of Music are known to have re taken passage on her; and we do not recognize hit in the published list one name which was an- op eounced in the bills of the Academy of Music for ect last evening as that of any of the troupe. That eel the crew and others employed on the vessel bum- se' bered fifty is quite probable. And thns the total number on board is raised to about three hundred. roe We publish the list of passengers from the New ree bork Tribune, to facilitate inquiries and compari- tot ions: theA FOR Now ORU.ANS, Sept. 29.-lIn ateamship R Evening Star.--Gen. H C. Palfrey,lady, ahild and tan servant, Miss Palfrey and.Miss Sloe.; Mrs. M. A. it s oan Sickle. Mtrs. J. T. Masona Frank H. Dennis, Mr. Haberow, Mr. Rockwell, John Tot, Mrs. de John J. Adams, Mrs. W. H. R.bbins. Miss Lily h Parker, Miss Minnie, Taylor, Miss Addie Norton, Miss Rosa Burns, Miss S. Sterrett, Mr . J. ing, thi Mrs. G. T. Philbin, Miss Julia Munroe, Miss A anc Clibbard, A Goette and wife, Mrs. S. F. Gordon a Mrs.BSpaagenbergsand 3 serlants, SArxLnder and ia3 Alfred Langlois, Mrs Henry Newell and daugihter, w George Hillman and son, Miss Margaret Hillman, I D. Proeto and wife, Mrs. Gillespi.e and danugter, Jas. Gallier and wife,Mr. Ehnest, Mr. Tansin and nfs wife, Miss Tapan,C. Destorha y and wife,sMis Des- ta torbuy, Miss Eva Keppe, Miss Nellie Devere, Misn pe N. Hudson, Mrs. E. Irirord, Miss G. Ferney, Miss E. Durand, Mrs, J.Durnery, Miss J. Sf. Ster, Med. de T. Music, Miss T.Canpansa, T. Desormes, Mis T. eg Aorel, Miss Celine Cayst, Mr. and Mrs. Codpim, Br Mr. and Mrs. Caillant, Ch. Alhaya and lady Mrs. Chenup,S. Francis, Mrs. G. Thomas,Henrymitb, t MissQatorsae,V.Miohel.Mrs.N. Frontier HnHum. m boldt, MissmH. Jeremol, Mr. La Fhtlanei Mr. and ge Mrs. P. Polydor, G. Harrison,IMiss JaneT. Moran, no Miss Helen Pomeroy, J. H. Dupasneur, John T. Mi Martin, Miss T. Clotain, Miss H. Renouf, Miss G. re Reed, Miss T. Benidetti, Miss Lagnement, Miss H. TI Straus, Miss J. Ponsonby, Henry Tf Croeheron, a o Miss BelindaMeserole, Mtr. Severae, I. Coignard tie and S. Robert, Mr. Soloman Myers, Miss G.L. la Conine, Mr. S. G. Fraser and aunt, Jonathan Ha vens and lady, C. C. Ackerman, J. Polglars, J. J. at H ercoy, F. T. Fontainblean, S.J. Depeirris, Her- i man Spader, Charles T. Low, G. T. White, . J. o. Davidson, . Monroe Poell, S. M. Barlow, Frank Ae Dennison, T. Mery, Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Vila, JaS. iS Harkness, Jr., lGeorge Fisher, Capt. Wn. Chip man, S. E. Smith, Harry H. Register, Martin T.ii Hull, Isaac Harper, James McGuire,Mias Caillaut, he Miss Laura de Montpierre, Miss Amelia Ferne, Fr Miss Josephine de Bonne Campona, Messrs. .. ar Mindbled, C. Fisher, J. C. Dennry, S. M. Parigot, th T Buyan, Mrs. N. Doyle, H.D. Hertnea, John ins Perchal, . Morenshelager, T. Laquement, J. . qn Strum, John Geiser, Ford. H. Stutt, Harrison Qnai tre nan, Janmes Boulfre, S. Ferne, George Sandal, Johne it Hsarper, Jeremiah Franconia, George Estell, Miss vs Emily Devlin, D. B. Small, Miss Mary Duvall, Leo pold S ahwerin, John J. Reed, Paul Julien, h.. J. Ninaye, Charles Puckdeschel and danghter, Jooeph of and Therese Ulrich, Mrs. S. Geiser and ehild,rs. pa N. Doyle, Miss Caroline Glanner, Miss Mary.- Ly- I man, Barbara and Julia Coria, Edward O'Brien wl and child, Franklin Smith, Harvy Crowther,. and oc others in the steerage. 'his The number saved is at present doubtful That wn three boats hlave reached sucor seems Rertain, he one at Tybee orlSavannah, one at Fernandina, and one at sea. We hope that the boat seen by ns the schooner Sylvan Shore, going into Fensandina, n will prove to be the fourth. The statemnt that it contained the engineer and parser, who are st particularized ashaving beenin one ef the other ho boats, isnot proof to the contrary. H is quite probable that this was merely a guess by those tii who knew that those officers were ie one of the a boats. Let nus hope that we .shall Chss ;have an I addition to the list of those saved; and that.a yet others may have escaped the sacrifice by b other means than those afforded l the boatmre At the same time, we ,fear that e losas of 'life ec on that boat which was capsizerd nine times beha fore reaching land can scarcelytbare been ear. fined to the captain, althous.l the telegrams a seem to intimate this. pe a At the late hour at which wsa are eonstldsing in the distressing occurrence we- can find little more to say that can interest our- ceaders. They will understand how strongly owe- teel the gricdethat so must be caused by the dreadfil eatastrophe, and Jol how earnestly we shall cultidanue to hope for the go best as long us there shalHbe room for hope left. Some of those whose lossis mosat feared may be ee among lthose saved. The- telegraph may, during the day even, make glad many a heart that is giy. -tC iog itself ple to grief, and others mays be relieved wk in yet a little longer time. tle The Crescelnt City Museum will be opened to tte the public to-morrow, at Nos. 40 and 43 St. Charles street. Tlhe enterprising eminager, Mr. R. W. Schaeftir, lhas for several days past been super- iee ilntenlding tie halls for the racepteuo of the ani. t-h emate and inanimate curio,;ties to be es.hibited tic therein. ivrtee te tholsand curiosities have al- e ready been arranged in the spacious halls, and ar- Si, raigements have been reado to add to these coln tinul ily. lie Ames's great traveling renagerie arrived yes terday, and toi-maerrnw will be exhibited in tihe IV moseum. It is saiwd to bo the ileset rolieotio of a wild tieali ev.er introduced- into this city. ho Amoig theo aru the perfirming alinials which ij will be exhvuibitd icy lthe intrepid La Belle Louise. It is the ii lctio.n of thle proplietors of this mu seumI to renelr it a laeralanent affair in this city ; i)e anil to makLe it both attractive and instructive, nOliq lacns nor e xp-nse will be spared. d 'ilizens and strangers will there find a rational p; entertaiement, one that will namply repay all who can devote a leisure hour or two to an innocent cid harmless amusecent, W Until the present time New Orleans has never tee -hven able to boast of a museum worthy the name, te aid av, such an institnution is almost indispensable ni cn a city like tcic, it is to be hoped that the ef- of forts of those who have Lthis in charge will be heartily seconded, no L-- te News by Wester 'Pnper. Sp-cinal Dispateher to the EepnbIcane. hAtfHsr.TON. Oct. 3.-The very few changes' hbin" mate in the office holders continue to cre ate considerable disappointment among the offine teekers, many of whom are leaving. Important changer in the offices in Boston, Cincinnati, andt vt. .Lois have been impending for several weeks, The President, however, to ray removed D. N. Cooly. the commissioner of Indian affls, sad al poinredl,ewis V. Bogy, of St. Louie, in his plsce. the change is to take place on the oIst of Novem ber. There aresevreral applicants for the poestion of head of the pension bureau. Returns received from the local land offtice at East Saginaw, Michigan, show that30,427 acres of thepoubic lands were disposed of dauring Augunst, as follows: Agricultural College scrip, 17a0wt with military warrants, 5992 ; nsderthe homestesjj law. 205 ; sold for cashn, 4876 acrens. The cabinet meeting to-day was attended by all the members, excepting' Secretary Seward, who was prevented by sickness from being present. The meeting lsutedfor severahoura Apart frm the cabinet meeting, nothing of special lnterest transpired at the White House today. As.stntt Secretary of the -Treasury Chandler returned to-day and entered on his duties, thr negativing at once the statement that he had fit-, dered his resignation. hAt.d ngh Chpief Justice Chase is understoad to old the opinion that more legilsatlon is needed. before he can hold a term of ciruonlt court in T giola, JUdge Underwood has expressed a willing- nees to convene the district coart at Ricmond i Noemeer. In view of this, Jeff Davis's eomaset were confident to-day that the trial of their fit wonuld take place next month. Montgomery Blair who has been nonmilated for Congress by the cenervatires of the fifth 3i*t. land district, has decided to decline it. Th - is nowrepresented by BenjminG. H-lfl a the delegates have nominated a nt aaaair:" his ylace. .L.,c dThe "m o general of Cooraado wlte. to bthee land ofeB lag tie o1ld yield in that ternstesjrwf bea " large ithslnew-asd viaun # blsal having been opened. He estimates the y"id Of gold at tt0,0t0,S00a year. Jaaex cv. Josro. Sv. JoE, Oct.'Fai or. am SEH.. rrvdathepiTe Colombian and theTecooy. ceeded on down. -dy ram Omraa, and pro- . The Montana is overdue from below. The river at thispola nt is falling, and report from above indicate a continued decline. Aunited Statema il box .a found his ^ mo lag in a ravine within the city limits brokon spen' and the contents rifled. It e.ta.ned a thrsg nail between Atchison and St. Louis. Many of the letters hnd been opened, and the inclosnrew extracted. The departmant here Is mnable to ascertain the amoont renalized .y the rbbers, bet are satfited that there wre four drafts drawn by parties in Atchisonin favor of meachlats In yc nity, for seams amoantingaltogethir to$2800. The Atchison mail passes through this office, and..title box was seat under charge of the meae.ier toy hle Hannibal depot last night. It is suppus d. was stolen from the mesaenger's car. FRO I JEFFErSoN CITY. .ERaon CnTY,. Oct. .--The Sapervisor or Begistration of .Lries county, refused.to either perform the duties of his office or resigan, and it is.. reported here that the governer has instructedl him not to register the conuty. It is oe of the mo.t quiet and orderly counties in the State, and. upon no pretence whatever can the neglect to ex ectte the registry law there be accounted for, ex rept that it is well known that it will give a con nervatine majority.\ enor nAco CerrT. Mnoy, Mo., Oct. 5.-Col. Clark H. Green, the recently appointed pension agent at this place, receiedl notrico from the secretary of the interior a-day that he had. been removed. He stated that. he President had received a letter from him of belnost abusire character, no much so as to be ioltt.to place on tie In the department. Here-= tonad toe letteeto, Col. Green, who -pronoann., t a base radical torgery of sentiment and signa ares. Col. Green has preparef and sent to the leeartment, certificates from a inumber of our ao hiiitzens.to that effect. This base radisal forgery has temporarily elose&L he:pension ottce there, by .keeping. the widowse ade orphana of ourtrave soldiers and the maimed. -ad- crippled ones from theiirjustndae at e time weln they most need it. Col .Cesno en are-- ead Of t50 for the perpetrato otthlataorgery. Panl saotco. 1fOw Yonc; Oet.5.;-A Parlb letter of-the Iatl it.. says In celnsesleoce of some nimporte t awe received tram lexlto- os--tie tttk of: the praesent eonth, the Emperor F Premo,. who'y et already daispatchd'General inastilnau kis a"4 de.eamp, to Maximilian, sent him an orserbr tet- . craph to come back to St. Olud; where his. n-' stesations were to-be revisedaad mailled. Mar hat. Bandal, the minister of wanr nas present. a. ; Ibis interview, which I am asotred was eO the' meast important tharac.uer, acesording to a vereion geaerally, asoeptad,. based,. I mrdertlead .sot: mesely upo, the- critical eonditlon of flfars Iy Mexico, but also uon thefirmness of the attiteds recently assmned'hy the Cabinet of Wshiagton. The intention of the French government to briang habolt' "a spedp settlement of the Mexican ques. ion, ,so as to get rtd as soon a possble f a par-: petual subject of solicitude and annomyane." To this eflet "the fleet of transports eglnected(. at Breste and- Chebourgl , for the pemp of eai- barking and.rhinginsg back.to-France the -flt Ir- . ota-ment of troops, s to hbe laIrgely increased,,s as to te cagable of carrying the whole of tha orench cotinagent, and to evacuate 'exico al at once. Al that will remain of the Fren'h army will then.be a small garrison.il esoh of the ha. hers wher-the cusatomhouns drties concedet t • France bay Maximilian are to be collected. Such are, I am assured; the measures Juat adopted In . the cabinet couancil in reference to Mexico, I anst say,however, that, the- Paris Batrie-i not oite of that opinion.andnaserts,.oan. the son. tary, that Gen. lecastilnan's mission has not tor ts objeet to put immediately an end to the- intsr entiom of France i-Me-xico. - WAPHTlSmn iTu navans WAI'SINTON. ITEMe OF NW5W.. WsASMNGsON. Ott.. L-Severat reported case. of cholera have otuesred in this city within th, past few days. Seoietary Seward, who was taken ll last night with a.setuoro of his late attack, the illnees being occaeinaed by oven exertion in the dieobarge: or deia e'iatal dutee while i" a debilitated conditlon, was this evening considred to..be improving i healtt o The October statement of thepubllc d.btsheow. a derease of tweanty-two audea thlrmlIllon, it now being $2,13,32},2517. 32. The amountof coila in the treasury is over eighty.ix millions, or m increase of nearly ten millions, while the ourreeoy haeodecreasatd foortoen onds a third mllions thk amanunt of both coin and currency being oaver on . hundred and eight millions. Rear Admiral Daltlgre has been ordered to' take passage from New York, on the 1st of De+ cember, to take command of the Sonth Pacilt - squadron. Somee' 1200 of the quarterly reports of Natlonal Banks, oat of 166o now due, have been received by the Controller of currency. They show th, banks to be in a soand oondition. The agenolsar remarkaly, correct, and exhibit a very generaL comptiance with the provisons of the correnoyl act. The. commleaioer of internal revenue bhaa de cided that robber boots and.shoes are subjeet to . a tax of five per oent. as articles of wearing ap - paret, manufactured or produced for sale frore india rubber. The tax on boots or shoos ma e factored of leather is only two-per cent. DEMOOCRATIc NOMsoAysONSo..ICA lOWCS... SAN. FBaCISco, Oct. 5.-A dispatch from (ar-.. son, Nevada, luat night, says the Democratic and Johnson conventions have nominated Winters for - governor and Mitchell for congressman. The report of the death of thi Mexican Liberal General Disaz is eContradicted, Consl Gody has. recelved a letter from Gen. Alvarez, dated near Acapulco, Sept. 22d, wlach says Gen. Dia leoft: the State of Querrero, in Augtist with some troops, and went in the direction of the State of Porhuebla,. where 4010 imperialists joined his ranks. He an terwards surprlsed and defeated a small garrison.. at the village of Felie de Laseda, and 1hen tioe road to Orizaba with 1000 meon. "OAILROAD ACCIDENTS. PHILADEL.'LIAs, Oct. 5-About noon to-day a. accident happened to the New York and Wash agton throqgh train wslile passing through Wet it P'inladelphia. The esgine jumped the track aurod trneed over uponp its side. Two baggage o.,rs were also overtlared. No passengers were hairt. Simon L.ewis, sa iireman on the en.ine, was kiiled. The engileer was severely injured. AB.ea.NY, October 5.-Last evening two young ladies, Miss Hattie Hewitt aed Mis Theresa Hatch,. were stlruck by the steamboat espress train going east a thle street crossing in Amsterdam. They were slaodlog on the track at the time waiting Sor a freight train passinga west. Miss Heowitt had both t'cct crushed offl and was otherwise seriocslj injured. The ether lady is not badly hurt. LItQUn0 DEALERS' CONVENTION. New Yfo a, Oct. 5.-The New York' Liqw Or IDelers' Society, which will co-operate with tI.to liqaor dealers of the State, will meet next N -a day to inaugurate a campaiga against tihe r'' ilcal prohibitioh men. FROM WASIIINGTON. NEW YORt, Oct. 5.--Thse New York Tlerald'a Washington special says the secretar y of the treasury has decided not to remove o y compe tent clerk on politieal gronnds. He ',,s also an. nounced that his clerks may bhavte fl e days' leave oa absence to o home antvote. It is generally understood that f,en. Osbora will not get the Chicago posttistterlaip,