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THE Rr'.A'T\, O(tt LOtItrsTANA. Fi 11 Y ohtil Niil, OCTi'l'Fl 2t , 1f i i, 0-ocal Jatetligq nie, The Rtdllntolln Oie. The exalinaltion of the charge against Thomas Reddington, of tles late firm of Monroe .0 1 Redding ton, of overdrawing the account of the firm with the banking lwo.e of Pike, Lapeyre & Brother, some eighteen hundred dollars, came up before Recorder Ahern last evening, Major New con ducting the pronccntion, and Judge Cotton and Mr. Dalsheinsor the detfense. All the alntet:al points of the evidence wee presented in the testimony of Mr. Williamn S. Pike, the senior pi-rtier of the banking firm, who was summoned as a witness for tlhe State, and those points may be briefly presented tihus: Messrs. Monroe & tReddington were depositors and did a banking busineas with Messrs. Pike, Lapeyre & Brother, Slr. It-.ddington being thie parter who always transacted theli business, in behalf of the firm. On the 111th September last, a note for about two thonsantd dollar,', issued by Monroe & Reddington, fell due in the bank. Mr.Rleddington called upon tol. lihke, stoted that he wan not fully in l'tuds to pay the note, and pro posed to draw a hoel:tk for a sufllcient sun for the purpo.e, promising to make a deposit the next day that would makhe the account of his firm good. Otr. Pike., i he stated in hIis testimony, relying upion the iesponsibiliiy anid integr;ty of Mr. Monli:roec, for hteknowi nothing of Mr. Redding ton, except by an ilttreodnetion froim one of the bank clerks, agreedl to the proposition of Mer. fed dingto.n. ,Dlol." lrddigtls n had it balance of something lilke. to'o hutred dollars to their credit in tih .ak at 1- the,,. Mr. It donla toII, on the part o~, te fi'rm ,' . c o k o.r li i nearly o.igh:teen lhunt : da ar, wh: h the ,e r. ike, a in retolr :t ice.l t!.e niit due. The niiet day heL called : a', and gav i :some exc usle for failiti t.- ., :. :.oumii gotod, nad pledged himsl,: i-, nake the rL quioit, dcsit a day or two after. 1 1' I a' i to 'o o. and Mr. Pike referre: the. ,...ir to Itilor N.' w, as the attor1c., of ell ;.oi :,, .t w osll e ihlltaice Mr. Nl nal th,. boofk-kieelper, nmade an anlti-fi i he::,, i': ord-ler l.ctern, esntaining the ici.'. n, hth wiset bit'in investi-ate.d As c n:ui;,:i' % . '',l: of .tti l ficth on h. 1 part of LMr. ie11 It ai'. . t --a- twy w' a illntrodunedto r howt that .' . ; lr , . I:. l,, ti7lt o lo thi s iachsa(tt-Is . Mr. I --'a, thi, "l lie1e, llled ,it the bank, five draft'- 1":.evl, '1ia F [,t ieetlly i eli Norlto &i Swi't,: rl i iI.. r.'t -o, three of iwhic} i were paid. andtwo, , wi.,.'l w,-re a-.etlo itr , ' tder the affi r t of thei,-no . tr i ..t:0 1 for tnon a'aecctl .itn e and Dol l'av.c l. - ni "i,,' . t ,Vtd-o averl.ral 1,} the i".li-, -e I:, , 'T,-1 d . b ui e non-igned by Mik rev, & i'-r. 'ili:-.ie a. o fi 'i-unt value to juslily the drw' n" oe ' te draI is. Thi e dis wardo o' i ,at ill ti. ;u, 'llt if tle firm with the bank. F-or thi dhi.-e t,'. let was iuterrugatied as to L..- ac ,coilltalti:ity til0 ll eitArl of Curre ncy, and he arlswe.l 1, i rist l a3-I. , v, such a the was connscted wi t. id ino, a h.l then-telves ac cosnti ablt e to tl,c tli l The ar.cment:.ai 'll "cot-)]l, 'tiy add-remed to the Sa;c iletlý ,t lai in v,,ic illod l e case, c n. Ma:j wr New, w h.o cloned[, conte.ete4 that while it wo- the dluy of a tlivtur jury and a court of trial to gir' .i pmil ty' aciu-Ied ih ellefitof a doubt, in real ,i to eith,,-r i. :t or law, the reverse was the obligat ,n of as. macltrate in a prelisiinary exam ination. It Ie,'aih t o tii h give the State the tben efit .Of tl', douti, ite any exited. Tihe prosecution was inntitatei l n- 'der the actof 1tili tpO<inog pen alties for frauds by bank of-icers, or by persons drawing cthe' sgt npln baoksi, and that act provided that a-v person wlho should draw a cheek upon a bank- with intenat o de'rtaud it shold snuffer im prisonment, at harl i bor in tie Penitelntiay, not less than oie- yearci . onar over three years. The 1:.tudltent intent, Major New held, was ' st.iiel e!y lprove, by the evi dence. A 'ulotion nlight be raised as to the right to apply lh, act of 15.5 to a private bank ing host . but that question had been sett at rest by a decision o01 Judge lDuplantier, affirmed by the Supreme C,:urt, in a suit involvintg a transac tion lik' the one at till har, oveirdrawing all ac cor11 with Phk. Lapeyre & Brother. Judge Du plaatier decoisl. that the law did apply to private bank, and the i isiton was afnimed by the Su preme Court. Tihe decision was maade int view of the toviion 0f ftIe Constitution of 1S64, prohib iting the legi-ltture from granting charters to private corpri'.ons bty opcial enasctment, and commanding tii 1.:'age of a general law of in corpo: a11tho. A b1;lnk accou~night ht be overdrawn innocently by a miscalcia:e i n . in a che!k book, but in such case tile abaence of fraudulent itent would be immedliately demo;ostrated by a refunding of the over draft. The layi appeoled to in this case was an absolute neccs-lty for the prtoteetion of bank Sers, for no busine: of conrselnence could be con ducted bIy thei, if upon the presentation of every check they hll: to examnlie the account of the party drawing it. The law was indispensable to secure that conoidolce necessary to the transac tion of a banling business, and it was incumbent on a party overcdtrwing to adduce evidence acquit ting himoclf of fraudulent intent, as it was incum. bent on a party who had committed a homicide to show it was not murder. The express assent of the banker to an overebecking did not relieve the party, for in overdrawing there was always an assent by thle baker, implied, if not expressed. This a-sent was to overdraw, not to commit a crime. The wrong done under an express assent was punishable criminally, as well as the wrong done under the implied assent, without which no check would be paid. Judge Cotton aigued that conssel for the pros- st cution had vainly exercised his ingenuity to show ti hat a criminal oflbuos had been committed in this h ase. Nor wai his doctrine correct as to the du es of eommitin t magistrates, whose decisions ti ffiected the libe:ty and jeoparided tle character b of the citizen. A recorder or other committing e m•agistrate had or good right to decide a question of law or evide.ne as the judges of tie Supreme r Court had. ( Itherwise, wherefore the use of ex- S amiattions? If the magistrate ras to have no opioiin'a to the 1I,, wis not to weigh testimony, l3 why not the iansent a comlplaint was eitered, send the case. at once, for trial hbefore a jiy? If thei rule laid domn I, y the prosecutiou w\iii to obtains all invttetitiiion. Wold be :t mulere Iwasti of time. I Adm ,ii g tl' thte law quorated to bS applieaile t o p r iv a te 1i ,ie 1 , t i re I te i i slio t ui d e r e ns t id e ri s st:,on -ae not an 0ovedra\\'ill with f'ant1ulent r intent. T-1s·re was no allnllpi to cont!lni, Ilanld, nothn n ic . ae id . . tl.ti .ltlll, thle day tihet note 1,S l duei l el~ icll It. Piie, fr',uikly sttr d to. a lit . u l c .i t et toluiii rl t, tIeu i m tlie coie, a anrd a l~r ch.uneia lti . 11r. le consented. 1 This .as:'t non ,verlrawing, It ws anl idlg ec i lle to i0 'o & ho ' dingtoeo, sti d weeathe r for lie - ita or live monrlhh, t 1, or crdi ta oolr t i.t a.'tion o it i' the aa i f criminal law. Nohin, ,.'.1t I, ft 1b,, a h'i it reln dy. i B0,t I .. lea e i l O nut ",,,1, to nunh alitirs n^ that .efore the ~est: So, h applioali n would he unconSt.tuttt nal. Both ;i.n t'.m,, titutions of 152 i sud 1'04 prohihit leg slahtres from passing acts embl;racing molre 11100n One onbjet, anld the art involhd l .re While, ostenabhly, art aet for the plu t n o' , . , " , , hank ollieers, it torse r , . dt, auks. 'Th1. dosi..o. i'Ml Y4A A IL Y (1 ItESCENTT TH.E IORJC1CNN2' IS PULBLISHFED DAILY (Endavs Ezoeptedl AND WEEIKLJY, BY J. O. NIXON. No. 94 CAMP STREET. TERM.-.AILY, $16 WE1KLY I1.5 YýwAR VOLUME XVI. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBJER 26, 1866. NUMBER 63. of the Iralnere: of the law, as was evdlent from the title of the act and the text itself, was not to cm race witlhin its scope the transaetions of dealers with banks, but to hold olficers of banks responsi ble to tile public for the correctness of their re ports to the board of currency. Mr. Pike had, in his evidence, declared that his bank was not accountable to that board, and a law solely en acted to prevent frauds in the chartered banke, which were required to report to the board, could tot be applied to the affairs of a private bank that owed no accountability to the board. The whole case of iMr. Reddington was that he had promised to pay a sumn of money on a certain day and lhad failed to do so. This could not be construed into a crime, for no law made failure in a promise to pay money a criminal offense. Mr. New, in reply to the constitutional objections to the law, drew the attention of the court to the fact that tlie law came tnder the head of "crimes and difenses,"and if, be argued, because the act in regard to banking transeactions could not con stitutionally provide penalties for the offenses of the clients as well as the oflicers of banks, then tnot a single crime could be punished in this State, for, under tile lead of "crimes and offenses," rame the penalties for murder, arson, larceny and evf other oltense against society, punishable by ail: Tile constitutionality of the law, however. was not a question, fr it had been decided by the Suprenme Cort (l1thl Alnnual, p. ;38) to be cr,ntitutiocal. ThI,- asedrecided, wae such a one os tile present, tie overdrawing of a bank ac count. As to the indulgence granted to Mir. Reddington by Mr. Pike, it was n t in the power of iMr. Pike to condone nMr. Icdlingtc 's fraiulnlent de-igijs. The .anction given to ,overdl'w his account e wae given in the belief of his integrity, and could not avail to shield him from the consequence of the wrong, which his whole conduat, as now seen, show, d he contemplated. The argument, of which we have given a meagre outline, beig cclo'ed, the recorder announced that in the ca, healr on \wedue,day evening the law wasr so intricate he could not take upon himself e o decide tlce doubts rai:ed. anld e would se:r.d the accaued before t.e Fitel li-trict e Cort fe r ttial, fixing his bail at three t!hun:.d dollar.. Sre'galrl, hcowever, to the ca=e just closed ihe w ea ctearly of ollnionl tllti critciel law did not aiily to it. and he di-eiiedl the prosecution. .ludge Cottulc reeelUe-td t'ht ill the cale selt hfcre the district court, the pa]erls should ie 'r,.ittcedl to th,,t tr.lbul il this inoringc , i c s ~ inteelh 1,, -ue ot a wtiit of Lhabeas corpus for tie leclI :hrge of his eVe-lt. Who 1is to finry ' .ur Paunpersf A lored, boyr by the name of Lewis died dsy behr' -e er,:ay of chleet, wwao viewed by the I ortller, atd a a ore-ill,-te of bitoial, isued lfrom the ie oliice of the latter, was left at the street coml nissionere' o.lice. At 12 o'clock yesterday the ecrtif,:nltte was sent back to the coroner, with Srespectfolly returned " idorsed upon it beack. The ,Iqe-t:oe thus raised is, who is to bury the pauper- of the city e Is it tie coroner? Isit the street coumnissiolter? Thie ciy laws make it the duty of tile street commistiioner, " except in timea of eipidetic, and whenslt the expense doee not exceed d7i3 per neouth." We are not aware what the provision is where the expense exceeds thii stiU. The act of tile legis lttne il rieference to coroners provides that " it .ihall he the duty of the coroner to bury it" when no friendl are willing to undertake the matter. But this does not state who is to defray tile ex penses. The coroner contends that the city has made a contract with reference to burying the dead, and that it is not part of his duties to pay for the inteatment. Aeross the lRier. Why does nobody ever go and visit Algiers! We all want chanre of scenery occasionally, or ought, if we are sensible people, to want it. The fare is only ten cents; it is by no means an ex travagant excursion. A great many went North and some to Europe during tile past summer, and a good many wanted to go and did not: and yet none of this class, as likely as not, have either put a foot in Algiers, or care to do so. We have asked a good many who affect to go everywhere, if they go there, and a slightly derisiye " no ' was our iouvariable aniswer. lAnd yet, little excursions of this sort are not without their iuterert and adventure, and, for one or two friends who wish to beguile a couple of hours pleasantly, we can imagine a great many duller ways of spending time. Think of lieing upon the banks of the father of waters; the grave of De Soto; a river two or three thousand mile, long, and never going across it. And yet, half of our population cnver have done so, and this, too, when the fare is at tho reduced price of live cehts. We hlave heard of a party who never crosses Canal street without taking the extreme unction. This is wh.t a narge porlion of the public vir tually does towards Algiers. They live in as hum. drumo r manneras possible, never goind out of tile direct litne from their homaes to their places of business, and pursue the monotonous rounds of their daily life in as monotonous a manner as pos sible. They nevergo to Algiers-not them. We do not hope to persuade this class to close their ledgers, or abandon for a couple of hours the treadmill of life, but we hope to have more influ ence elsewhere. We know so mnny delicate . flowers who, if they could suddenly become of a t romantic or adventurous turn-who, if they would t only nake this two-hour voyage, might call the fugitive roses back to their cheeks and preserve Sunnimpaired their health. We confess that we are interested in the matter, from the selfish wish of - seeing the roseo; still, in spite of the motiveo for f the advice, it is a good thing to preserve the s health. We have made this expedition ourselves, and still have some mud upon our boots as a token, but it is not from the malicious motive of getting everbody else's feet muddy that we write. It is worth the trouble if you go for no other reason than to look at the dark line presented by the city as you float down the river, say to the Opelolsas railroad; the red and yelloo and som bre hued buildings, hiding behind the shilpping. with here and there a steeple, at rare lutervals, (li'e the good lihat one meeta with now-n-days,) are all worth seeing, if yo: select the propel hour. and ao ia the yeiiow flood and thie bu; throng upon its ba-ke. The ]pive is not ns lively andi y perhallp as some other towns you liut hiive vi,.ieiil, ailld you i uht ot to be d t o belnitl oblerve a glis ll look. 'To or three large Iliinai, fnul'iii or silm. thi e of ih.t c a, wl i awaken a f 0i f it learning the" ar n it use: a et iiere area soe : !pr;ivnate r ide,, . thlt have th - ! re·lii ne do-I nseti, loot l - that acili .as c v,: . Thcln. are i w.hat w'e ju.id to be the Iakl of th, teOwl; for go i whi.li aiy you wonuil tihe liaer .-lld tlio -it l.oall. Th' tover rn you di~ilover ,n a vae able pIpi l a lion I ship carpeitels, bailers, e c., i ber as hih a thores hpllre" a- iting t, oe a_ count, and three thou-sand aee.lding to anoter It appeared to have also a di' iropeortionatlyt ly rge colored pepulaiin,, ,hli,.as value je t at Irceat may be well doubted. Alter walni i ngrongh what apiprc - be from its he-1 ice '. n I .'nipal - L, tw huli u If f . 1' 0dens th: ' f : , i ,: Le n'li " 1 i: , out c lul no where ,- tir . Somne one denied that there hadi ever been any there, but another inftormant ratoted that they had disappeared through changes in the levee. There ore a great nmanyinterelth.:g observations we shall abstain for the present from making about our neighboring city. E:very one should make this expedition for themselves, and we pre fer to leave the rest as a pleasant surprise. A Dash at Autelde. A Frenchman who thought he had grown dis gasted with life at an early hour day before yes. terday morning stripped himself of all except his underclothing, and generously made a present of them to the ferryman who runs his boat from Canal street. He now boldly piunged into the water, swam about twenty yards into the river and then put back in all haste for the shore. It now looked as if the ferryman was about to lose hi, clothes; but no, baving once reached the land he strtek out aeroas the levee at full speed and hias not bleen seen since. lle was sensible enough in his last idea but Ire ought to have been so a little sooner and without the assistance of his early bath. Varloua Items. A colored man, named William Martin, wat neat yesterday afternorn to the Charity fospital, rbho had been severely cut on a plantation, and %%.o camte to the city on the Nina Si nioes. Lieut. Itamel states that the Sazariae Coffee hooue was yesterday, or the day before, robbed of 51.10. The rohblery is suppoxed to have been coetmmitted by an employe upon the piremiose. namieii Rttcoski, ohs 1ho since. dil)peared. HIe was of the middle size,rather slim frame. and had hten enll,,jyed but three days. The nmoney car ried away wa. inll fr:actionai currency. t1 stalted before leaving that he had been a soldier in the fetdral army : hadlbeen a deserter. and twa ap prehensive of an arrest by his colonel, unw ill the city. Iortuary Reports. The subjoined table presents the deaths from cholera ano other disieases, together witil a clasil hicatii, -itlt rcference to color, repiorteed to the Board of lHealth, since the exieteicee of cholera in the city ielbe.rie an established bact. This table die.n not ilcll.e Ih, intermrents r'aom tie M1aline lost''pltl, wh'tcll, teing nllder military control, are trot re >.rted to the biard. -roio the th to the itli Audl ,t tie board hna no returns front tlh e:etoteries. The tinot dii'y reeir war maide to ohe -lard on the Sii Aogut. fh,tt, and all tiey stlucti-ti:oi daily reports, show the intertien lts lI tu ti .'hlc2l; of the morning of the day the report mnay be dated: iý, : .5 ý ;.... Jl - - I2-: _ 15 1 I I 2'._.ýt5 1ls l: /- ý ý 2 ls ý - l 5'1 a 1 :!a ill... II 1i I 4 1 1' 1 9...... i 15 1 1 9 1l 5- 41 1 1 ..... 31 ' 1 1 2 0 1 . .. ........ - }L . --l 8i 54 Il.... 7!I,,,,, r t u ",:J 17 12 57 97...... ')t 19 1 2 2 45 2: -..... 'K 11.1 11 7 - ,, 1:;...... II 1, - 1 , Iii Ji I 2}....., 21: 1 11[--12 . 11 ; 7 49 I; i 1 1 7 1191 -- 1619 I 41i 71 ,I ' ' "9 ....., 1, 5ll P1 t ? * 5 Il1 IIIIt9 .. 2 ...... 4 1t 54 16 A 2 , )4 ". be 2I... 2 7 7 s 1, 1. 1 '26 2) 3 1.. 3 1....i 11 f 3 21 1 U I 3..i....I II 9 194 4 95 7 11 9' 'III I , ' 1 Septembe13... ,1, i t/ [ iJ 11 ( " .. 9 1 . I 7 1 3 " 3..15 6 22 I 1 3 77 it... 18 bA,) 4 U 3 Ii.., I' S A It S IU 4 ;.. 11 7 9 2 15 "7 1 12 ]0..1. 9 7 1 3 of 1 7 4 2 .. I.. 1 1 0 6:1"_ 14 4 2 14 71 51 et .e .... . I i ^' I " ' 5 .. ,]3...1 22 1711.,. 1 1 1 N 1 4 4 11 4 3 II 'i0 .5 A ii··I ii i J S .::1 .. 0 7 5 "1 21 .... 15 , ll!: , ? 1: l .... ° Cr1i ... 4 0 N 74 ' " 7 4. : i 4 3. . 3... 7 3 3 'i 12 2' :, 1 30 =o r Ili s "" 21...I 11 1 0 1 7 5 o 2 J 3p(....11 1 35 1'1 2 3 1) 19 30 1 4 + 3 3 4 9... 1 a L?) 11 j 2U ' 9 4 5 ll 1i 1.1 3 i 31.'2 1, 5 11 1'1 ý 41i3 .. II.. 12 a 4 II I A ( 31 .. h. 3 112 l o I7 35 1U 4 2 1(i 11) 4 7.. 10 6 4 31 "_i 44 .. 2 5 4 U 6 2 G U'I 31 Two deaths from yellow fever were reported yesterday. Recorders' Court, t FIRST DIsTrTICT.-A negro, John Trial, was ex anminod before Recorder Aherl yesterday, on a ilarge of stealing croeikery aod andirons of the value of $: froml F. chmidt, slld vwans sent before the First District C ourt for tial. The charge agaiust F. P. Gertz, for larceny of jewelry and weharing apparel, with sixteen dollars, from James .oeran, was disrmissed, the prosecutor not appearing.ti An invest gatnon of a complaint against Frank fin Bnnd, i'ilo stealiong a load of woodl from a pile0 belonging to Archliald Calhoun, on the new shelltl road, resulted in tie discharge of tile accused. A charge against James Rittouure of ausaultingc and cutting Peter Riley, with intent to kill, was dismissed py request of the aggrieved party. Alexander White was arraigned on tile affidavit of Cilarles Loveil, charging hint with appropria-t ting to his oYwn nse the suto of 5.9, collected for the comslainant and another person. The case was set for tile 71h of next nltlll, it. Win. RIussell was brought to the bar to answer a charge of stealing $73 fromn the residence of Eliza A. Sinlpson, No. 10l Waslhingtn street, on Sunday lst, Irlll anilnletigatiol of the comrplailt weas fixed for Wcrldnesday next. Frankl An\rtes is to bIe examined ron the sixth or next ilntll, ll tll charge prelerred by Joe. Ahld deil, d,tly ep wariLlen, of tile VolrllrhouQ , of draw ing a revolver, colking it atnd p!oitingit at ltii art's faer , tlltratenitlg hii with personal vto ience. Paddy Carroll alias Pl,ldy lhe tril, was ex amined on a cha'rg, of .nll, a 1 bat :y onit the serson of ,It1Or) iO.c el y i" l t 1rt'1r .-t. Tie clitrg " 1< tt l> e. o CIrruli a required to giVe Iorn Ito rn c i th ft' I hlti' rrd l tr l'. tt, C rt r l d to Ite ul rllrge futr ix rtotlt : - arOt'y P-) , :t: f I,t islng a mlltlIer' fnl ttrll II t'.I s e1 i 1\ :,,vier, an1 iNcro ,i^. n katd: y' ',,' \Adam.t titr, nr-t C eillel ,. t .'r , a , ill thii a l i ,:, . l l 11,. el : wl , ['i , rzt v i g-l. n l ea l. r v.e i 0,u, ive an,i ,' ,' _ ll 1 !"-t, were tl:"d -'l , .. ', to V.,: I, 1,, : Q. lErnest Marks, for lighting, was fined 110 or ten days' to the Pali'sd Paersn. Gustave Gistavius, Baptiste Capdeville and An thony ;reen, were fined $3 for drunkenness. T'irnou DiSTnIcT.--George Brown, eolored, and J. Myer, eharged with larceny, had their caces continued. A. Ferguson, colored, wa sent for trial before the I'irst District Court for carryiog concealed weapons, This offense is getting to he one of every day occurrence and soane more eflbetive remedy than is now used should he adopted. Most of the negroes intlds city, it is well anown, are provided with guns, muskets, pistols, revolvers, etc. Louis Schotf, alits Billy, ,eas rent before thie Flrst District Court for as sault and battery on Buck Porter, colored. Chas. Carroll wan fined $5 for getting according to Itis awn account, " a little excited "--with liquor. Johnl Murplhy for indulging too feeley in tlhe "ardeot" was made to pay a eimilar amaunt. Hinry, alias Larry Collins, was arnreted at r P. I. yesterday for hligahway rohbcr. Thtis is tihe- aile it wrill be remembered whlit assanlted Judge D:tigneaaed on the Gentilly RoInd, and took his gun from him. The general appearance of Henry does not speak in his faivor. Capt. W. Father gill, of the soeacnahip Mexican, was arresteda for aiaultt and battery on John Wright, steward of said niie. Late News from IVentern Pcpen. FROMi WAS3NOTON-eTI- E McEXICAN QUie TION ANDt, 'itt'e Att tea-ie`ttATIOt-(t;a.atr ttEiAN'n LaETTER- TIO(N-T'lE 'REEDMEN IN IiE.NTTC('KY--TE I'IitN TEt4' STRIKE -mIEVETI rTIOM NAY iBE WORnN- ITlT'Iil SEAMIIEN HlE-ClO'HFD-NAV]AL-f. E3f.tNI, OK E'NGL.ANDi FOR TO DI)AlGE DONE l;Y TIHE ALA .AStA-ETC,- EXICAN AFPA IRS. WIasmNc;TOs, Oft. 22.-Tt is learned that for ten' d.ly tlast the adanini-tratlol has had Under care Ill conm-ideralion tre s; olstioa of the "exclan :laes tion. Another eonslttation was held to-day at which Minister Cnam.pell atternded. At this meet int it aly seaf!y be a ',-rted thit non cnclnei, hla.' he n reached twhh 'ine lne the nmnrllntion by thi governnlent of t:e Frclh claims. * The lattr ure \arionlsy estimatced at from one to tor/ h]l tre a;illitons of dollars. The lttalet ,tt,; trt m MaIxetlimaLtt i ill a dislrtchl via caeble, sent to rl a u ropan r1 eptelnber 'tit, ice whlle tle ac-lhc 'illce is gil- l to his le'etion in t'atis tlhat "all is ri. ht" witlh hlim. Te government hIlns, however, infor Inationl whi,'h ncecessitates it ar a matter of plblic toli': to act promlptly in lbehalt of b he 1biherai lte-:redt. Thie Mexicann eglean feel confidrent thiterefor, ill iew of the course ahot 1to Ie lopted by this govetrnment, that axta imilianl tell be ott lof Metu bly New year's dal-. Gen. Shermanl's letter to the Presi,lent ind,'s a,:ter. alal Ilot iLt antlecd to be a!it'ilih-led at :u t hllle r publicalrtb. Owinlg, howe\-rer, to the ueeIll'ft reqtrlest of slme of llis teriend, he h I tgivu a llltial promisa that it aill be presented to the Ipublic. Senaltor Cowan was redietrh an interviear fer ' e ee tiee to-day with thl e l're-id'-e . It i, roo cded by Irequeeters of the W'iite Hou-e thai i; t I have a positila in tile cabinet at the exphrui ilaI o }lis h eoae t -boariL term. fjoe2r t(if Jt-tif :. M:svi, n isrofiet cnrlZ" 'iontr of the freedrmell's bureru or thle tiolte of ,entunll.hy, has forwarded a report of the opera tnli of the bureaun i that State for the month of Sept e0ber. It is repoertd that the iretlidea are ,f industrious habits; colttaetI were approved during the month, by subort ates ' fth inr' eau, for litld hands, house servarot, etc., to whuom there was paid anl average rate of wages of l:i 75 per month eachl, with rations. In some districts disagreen.erlts have arisen be. tween employers and freedlmeo where the latter have been interested in a share of crops as pay ment for their labor, and as the seasro advances cases of trouble in this regard will become more numerous for the reason that the employer and laborers can scarcely ever oaree as to the quan tity and value of the crop made. There has been a tniarked decrease in the nlmbl,.r of outrages colimitted by whites upofn the freedrlen. The nunlber of schools is increasing, tllere being now thirty-firve, ost of which have colored teacherr, and they are supported by subscription fronl the parents of the freed children. All the printers who have been on a strike re sumired work under the eight hour system this afternoon. Tile government printing office re mains out, the superintendent being powerless under tfile law to pay for a day's labor less than ten hours. Maj. Gen. Ranstaff, who has so long representedl the I)anish kingdom at the capital, and who re cently left here on a six month's leave of absence, will not resrnred his frnctionm, hie having received tihe apptointment of secretary of war at Copen Tile war department orders that field and gen eral ot[ieers maly wear their brevet rank uniforlrl. The quartermaster will furnifh transportation to officers entitled to forage, when ordered from one post to another onl duty, not exceeding legal allowance. Officers entitled to mileage will be allowed transportation costs for authorized ser Acting Master Holly, commanding the United States steamer Newborn, reports to trhe depart ollent. from Key WYest, that on thle 4th when inl latitude 29.31 north longitude 80.06i west, he dis covered a large piece of floating timber, and by vigliance discovered a raft containing five men. They proved to be tfe captainf secontd mate, cook and two searen of the British barlk Am brosine which foundered in a gale, October 1st. They were from Pensacola, Fla., bound to QuelnstLown, and when plcked up were without food or clothing, and nearly exhausted. The raft was small, the sea heavy, and it was with thei greatest difficulty they were enabled to hold on till reeued. Tfhese Inen were thie remainder of a crew of fifteen, ten of whom perished. Rear Admiral Pierson, commanding South Pa cific Squadron, reports to tile navy departfiert from C'illao. on tie 27th ult., that aofairs-there are tranquil. Tile department had advices from lBear Admiral Bell, commanding East India sorto inun, dated Nagasti, Japan, July 25, in whtch LfoIlna tiors is given of the arrival of the United States steamship Supply at Macao, on the 8th of July, with stores for the squadron. The Sufofply was ninety-eight days otn fer rpassage, whsich Is thre shorrtest nlade by any vesoel from the United titntea tn (China thi. acalsn. At last cabinet meeting it was resolved to de- ti mand payment at the hands of the British govern- Ia ment in full for all the outrages committed by the to rebel privateers which were fitted out in Englanod. b instrections to carry ont this decision were setlt to tIr. Adams last Thlursday. Government will onot s agree to a commission on the subject. It is also 0o stated that it has been decided to recommend to Congress that we pay the French claims on Mlex- st ico, and receive Mexican territory in exchange. n Probably in the neighborhood of OGuavmns. d Tie N.Y.Times VWashingon correepondent sayns: Tihe Mexican question at last draws to a complete it and posilive solution. I shall be disappointed if Q before this letter is prioted, they do not at aleast issue a series of official annoneements s that the inmmediate withdrawal of the French and Maxi milian .flom Mexico is a fixed fact. The moit ofo this sountilo has already been foreshadowed. It is briefly the assnumtion of a protectorate by this eorteronent over Mexico, which shalignarantee II the Flrench e'aiil Id comlpensatioitherefor. Thile tMexican goveroiellt cedes tshe penlinsu of of Lrs:r California, and other territory to tile I:uitctld Slates. FrIOM BALTIMORIE--TIE POLICE C O 111R ! ION EIS C.1se--o(.v. SWANNS':; IuOC1,AM ATiON-hxoN- ITE EN r, Tiilt.i ETS .ti ND roitenAR, TIO.NS i'to OA ci ty miies v!ooosoo's .0000 r r. .oo t s I , R . lir"'ol h ; ltu i) ohI I o.. os.'l .OV. Swais : 0ev",'II OF It.lss o' t'strhTl'.ro s'rose0ss s0T'h ox iiulivt ,, Ii'' t oha r ,olo o a ton' i.0 i'ls 5L C .,I ic 0 5 00 0 'l 0 idn est TO' eh o . oio ' '' l ''' I e...n iloet'rsa cti :q t th r."o;. L t l , b, i. icc so in ol ' a Iiý it', Lti l lo ,t ot 0l o' s o. h to on' is ' i "'l r. 1ii 11't lls i'. ''0, i,1 'l so i I,,lo h s l o .f lo' , ,:"o :o t'. , so' IV , r Io ' iv , o .'e ' -ir io y t' rt nks,' 11 .ll' i 't c I' , ,, lioy n10 ,'li 'lo-, ,-I o, o i y !'ils ] .', ,boo s" l a t pess o'e tooe os torrao.i ro l h si :-l',i i t!:e Ilhs . o- l c r. i t ooo t, at hllh, ,*ilo\ ins o ito 'te --td ' witl o e o Ouult,'r to br'i. tistito too " 1lmllt iut1ntO leiteA O-i. A. O Dln'. to-day o . r''. t' the all nouncement of the fact that the governor main taiond hit jnaridietiuo in tihe ca. and his deter Iciration to iOvestigate and try tits eharge, of of fieiat nitconduct, oomne slight manifestatiton of ex.'ted feeliong took place. Orne person was nocked down near the headtqarteri of the un nondit.uonal Union party. Nothing more serious than thit tlight affatroccurred, however, and there i at pre et no resbon. to expect that the public pcane will he disturbed further. SGreat ex'citement still prevails, which is not lessened by General Canby's visit to the city to day. There are rumors to-night that the plug tglies of old town are organized for an attack on the radical he.cdquarters. In West Baltimore ;treet the radicals have made every preparation for a vigorous defnense. They have stored an ar snory of revolters .and rifles in the building, and a very strong body of police and 200 or 300 armed boys in blue remain within earshot. There is a belief among the 0p0ortecrs of tile police eom nissiotilcrn that the radiecals of 'Pennsylvania are ready to march to their assistance. Forney's visit to the city yesterday has m lach to do with the im presion. Th'li is the thlreatened invasion to which G;overnor Swann alluded to in his remarks at An napolis tlis morning. A street fight occurred in West Baltimore on the announcement of the gosernor'e intention togoon with the case. One man whlo cheered for Johnson was knocked down. A few others joined in the mrel:e, and some of themn were severely handled. Tihe tlnlly arrest of all tile parties prevented the fracas spreadling into a riot. In some of tile wardc the ol rowdly organizatiotn, which iad ex isted before the war are being renewed, and calls are publilted in the paters for everyDemocrat to priepare for action. At nidlight everything is quiet, and tihe excite mnti is caliiiing ttown. A opecial says three thtcitand boys in blue " and eighllt hIiundred policemen have retorted to the iayor airmedl and t eady for duty. hti i is now thought that there will bie Ino troublle. It is rep rtell tllat all the melmbers of Governor iwantn'i tatffiave resigue( tid sided with the W vehar reports from tlagec.town of a scriton .lhray there ou Saturday envenino, during a po oitt,.a! hltctiag of tie anconditioital Unioni men. A diirnebtoane ocreerel andl f;ie-:rms were uaed, roittith in thie kiling of one uni, a,. conservative. lid wl.nodiihg two otlher parit-., nt in the nle-et itg. 'lTh nlman killed wan Chas. (Gall. May.r Chapman convened the city council to dtay, to Inak arungangloits tor cite public recep tii! of fhr. Peabody oin tile occa-ion t01 the dedi (iation ii the 'Peabody litcitute, on Tlhnriday next. Mr. P':,bc.dy has writlten a letter to the tmlstees, III which hle i.iakes a lurther gitt to the l.stitute tf hal t mitoition. FRO':i nirOt.i - IRON FonReotlctIroeso ron oPOTS MOI-TII--T:R IiOTIsrtl o FtI"INCi-. CONYI' DER o TION it .-.:aited that the entinterti I tile t a: dc tort'cilt lad decided to aiter tli construetrion of rthe Io'llttoutli fortibihatitus I ronI a tltllhbinetinI lf' eL'llil and ill. to Clin oe f CUtirelj itroli of tihe wnot in-;iVe character. The delegates at prejent in Englan.ld from British l- North Aleriiau colonies, had been enter taiocd alit a hanluet by thie iltilh North Atnrri Iaili .O-cltiotl. Mo-to aot t.e sceaklirs werein i i ol tlhe onlfederatio n schemrie. Earltt Caterntr fol, secretarv of tile o!oniems, declined howevir, to o ,nlllit 0ll1lc f on lhe col r ret lie l aini·s:A the0 lulter .htld have the full r.spe tltol attention of thL govertnltcat. TIi Itbio,.. hao d completelp neutieei Prsiea,. Malnta and t iorgoforte. The Italian Senate haid hc.u convokiced and was hodin m oeltt sessions f Cr the tUial of Admiral Pel.sao. Lt has been oflicially stated that the los of the Italian troop. at i'ale mo during the riot amoellted to threeehnt dred and rixty-sis killed and wi-nnded. A tele gram from Iome dated October 11, says a dispatch dated Balt lotro, October i. haso een received here flola tie council of archbishops and four bishops, in which they salute tile pope and emprco wsishes for tile preservation of the ancient rights of the Holy See. AUSTRIA. The emperor thad returued to Vienna from tschia, and was to set oit for a tour through Bo lhemia in a few days. Prior to his departure, the lungarian diet was to be convoked, and the im perinl patent issued, announcing that as soon at. negotiations with the diet ore brought to a satis factory conclusion, the Hunguariinl ministry will be formed. The Prussian cabinet had addressed representa tivis to Austria in reference to tile arest by ttle Astrian authorities st Altfriediek of 0O0 Hnnga rians, who formed a portion of the former pressed Hunzarian legion. The Anstrian reply by tele graph anuswered that the necessary steps had been taken for carrying out the guarantees contained ill the peace teaty, and no impellldiment would be ofelred by the Austrian authorities to the return of the menlbers of the legion to their homes. Accounts fronl Canllia Ollttnue ito indicate that the insurrection was losing its soriosi character, aiid the public mind was becoming appeased. It was atid tlhat the leaders of the insurgents had sent a deputation to Loritta Paslxt, offering to enter into negotiation for submission, on condition that the cnltierences on the subjeit shloold take place in tile presence of the consals of Frsace, England and Prussia, and the cotnitini had been accepted. There were 310,(00 Blritish troops of the lile in Epirus and Thessaly, and further rein forcenments were to be sent. A risilg of Clhristians ot those 'stricts wascon oideiediioroitcient. FROM NEW YORK--FANNY FERN'S IItS.ANDt.REiATES A SENSATION-IinAlInI.IADS AxN rra'r." POZTICS. Ntel Yoon, Oct. 22.-CosIldeiraiile agitiation was caused in financialtand pottiall circles to-day by he anllnouncementl that tMr. Janes Parton. the well known auctioneer, had publlished a treaise on the rehations of railroad alperatil,. to party politics. The pamphlet mlad. its appearance this afternoon. It sets forth in considerable detail the working of several roads, chiefly, however, the organization and mlanagnement of the Chicago and North W\estern Ilailroad Colimpany, and its de Ipendencies. It is alleged talt wilthl three years the chief oiticers have issuead new capital without a corresponding increase of asset,. amouniing to over $19,00l0,(o0l; ilso that alout $.000),0'0 have been divided among the directors by the transac tion; that the dividend paid had been borrowed at a liis of nearly 30 per cent. It is also asserted that the rates of talnsporta tio Ihave been raised along the lines from 50 to iS per cent., on the score of suaring a air re tulrn for this fictitons capiltal. The article broadly intimates, also, tlhat vast sonms of these monies are spent tar eleeoloneelreg purposes, sandamong other things, to pay the two expensesE of Maximilian in Menxio. Eli Clolera is alarmingly on the incrense in HIud son City, N. Y., espposite New York. Thirteen new cases were given on Saturday, and nine deaths; new cases in every instance terminated fatally. No o mltary measures have been en- L forced. YRoM MrsSOIrnl-- RIrEOS STORllM-DAM AG TO I'ItRIIIPRTY--AILLRO1tI, INJ'LKD--I STiIR'raY LAW VOID-A 1Ni INT FOR TIlt 1.AWYERIIFS-CATHO IC . CII'HRCH AND BIRYING GiiUNDl TAXED lY T1'r IRADICALS-WHAT'i A CATLOLIC CLEIRGYMAN. SAYS. IAlDICAL '?ItllE.... JEIHot:roiN CmIn, Oct. 22.-A drizzling rain net in last Wedlesbhoy night, wlhlh ilcreased in A severity iuntl Sunday ul'fternoo, when It col ninatedl in a ferieouOs storm of wind and rain, which subsided it about, o'clock v. e r., and was followed by a clear, cold, frotyv night. The surnl did considerable damloage, owas.hing deJ) pIIllenCs. inl the wtlaglsI read,, chit nlllll in T sev elnt ver" heav r hid oloir 0.<o the I'lalie tail aroad jult it lof thie city. prevntieng the running of inuris bei' -lwea he' ire 1t St. 'iruis. l, int Iih r1 1 of the I 1;tl ' tilth city, have given of ti ,i ,t'r t iry la ' "roe -r ol n t l ty ,or ii tire will, tie r.1 t, dl r t'tes, up n tlh.' princiiple, that in the t Il;t-;r' o i I tiro oIoir rsI irr orrl liir n l ;rtlh irs-.rr-i re--d. lr-ri lie-loilorilrr er--rci Sillt.1eei try law March i12, eihit days blcfo lre rl , - I. lier. ri-i -rirli- lnri-I ; ri- ut~tol ard cuni- i i .e li eiii. h'rr lirii i, ai id that i il r Oul lli lilt .l - -ite i--rly be ott'rv, iye thanllo i to the radical i c or wive radical eudlidates h l.ve lon 1i'i,,, :t~at'll .; bltuteitng thrcetts ot lint clS i h lr 3h' .cr re ved. u I Jan . phll~as ariiveI ill St. i.' nlix on thle 1 th, i . l e tIt + l e h e cr l Htt to whiol Ire told tlclle that tnie olario flot 1ris1, ride- e O- Was loui!yr uherea. TELEGRAPHI DISPATCHES SPECIAL TO THE N. 0. CRESCENT. Military Forces Dispatched to Baltimore. INCREASE OF FORCES AT WASHINGTON ANOTHER EFFORT FOR EARLY TRIAL OF MR, DAVIS, Wamsssr;o.w, Oct. 2y.-A regiment of ifantry, in addition to a battery of artillery, has left for Baltimore. The garrison of Washington has been consider ably increased during the past two montbe.! In one week alone two regiments arrived here; and the forces lave been much augmented very lately. William B. Reed is:here mahing a last effort for the trrl of Mr, Davis in November. EL. BY THE ATLANTIC CABLE, Maanclester Mills Working Short Time. RUtMOED FRENCH CABINET CHANOEGE Napoleon ansisting on Large Loans the Cause FREN}I TROOPS TO LEAVE ROME IN DECEMORH., Pruhso-Saann Treaty Fully Ratified; SAXO2Y TO PAY 10,000,000 FLORINS. aR I Y DIZS~ SOLVE-ID. Baden ROejects Proposed Alliance With Prussia. Benedelt Placed on the Betired' Lishb ---+-- LONDOS N AND LIVERPOOL M AR.ITS. BERLNs, Oct. 23.-The treaty between Pnessin and Saxony has been fully ratifledt Pursuant to its provisions, Saxony is to pay ten million 1.lrins. The army of Saony has already been dissolved. The Basten House of Deputies has rejected the proposed alliance aith Prussia. PAnts, Oct. 2.--Rumors are current that changes in the French cabinetare imminent. The threatened rupture is caused by the entperoY'sin sisting on the negotiation of large loans. Itis nowi ssd the Frenah troops leave Rome in De ccembsr. Vutssa, Oct. 25..Field Marshalatenedek,.ofthe Auttrian army, has been placed on the retired list. LIVERPOOL., Oct.. 21-Evening.--It has jyut been decided at Mlanchester to work the irills only on shart timie. G.sscowr, Oct 24.--The steamship Britannia, from New Vorfathe Ocih, has arrived out. Lossox, Oct. 2--Evening.-Casaaols, 8te 5-20's, 805. LIERPOOL,, Oct. 24.-The sales of cottsn to-day amounted to 1200 bales. The market closed dull. Miiddling uphands are quoted at fBd. Il. areoon,.,Oct. 25-Noon.-The ratrket for coaton is quiet and steady with estimated day's sates of 13,900 bales. Iidtling uplands 15d. LoDoxs, Oct. 25-Noon.-United SLates 5-20's Gci. Conesos 894. The money market is slightly easier. TPerrific Hurricane at Turk' Island, Ic s1 Over Eight Hundred Houses Destroyed. sr EIGHTEEN VESSELS AND TWENTY LIVES LOST. a Lamentable Condition of the Paople, . 120,000 BUSHIIELS OF SALT SW'EPP AWAY ATLANTIC CABLE TARIFF TO BE RE DUCED 50 PER CENT. Reports About the Sanity of the Empress Cariotta and Louis Napoleen's hIealth. 1'he --e'ncol I Pa'e o tat tlsxsiiliahn tatnd i ( :_.ico. Ii \icu ,. Oct. ?3. -The otreamer Victor makes the 1a'lTstc g repo t : TIcdo's i-ttad, .o the 30th .f -opht ý ' r, `' as si-ited wiih a territic hcrr:i car r, d,:,tro'yi,.t otor eitit, hundred rhlesoi ahd their co-itt-n: Over .iare thusand pcr::ul:uoare orriter 1'r 1 ]sv -ý:lr1), penni ee , aud are aillsuet cal cd. 0eOIc hooiredunht iwenty thoccsacdt iuc>eir oif :.11 wi ,.re : wept aw:.'. Six f 2'reign a:ld twelve i-la,.e c' raftbs were l:4 whll twenty of their crew. N v, 'osi!;., Oct. ..-CCyrus W. Field write. to l). I'. Caig, general ageantt o the -o,:iated press. '11,laocnl that after Noveilaer l0t, tile tarniff oI alli n,-e-ages throuhl the ca'le will be reduced i fifty per cent. is NEw Y'ot, Oct. 23.-The I terald's a Paris cor. I respordent siv the insanity of the Emapress Car by..ia r ,.. ai t. ,id oher ,a.. whoo . ut Lo t tLe herl i rie. he ab .:e Cftiued .o :.re ti.e ýtican. 'The 'L Ppe treated her with It is .ird is: Paris that Yapoleon's health is con si!:ealy impaired. Berlin reports, however, say ae is in a dangerous condition, and his death may be looked for at any moment. Most of the French journals give up MaxI milian's canse in Mexico. Paris writers say he will not abdicate, but attempt to rule in a nar rowot area. The London Times says'Americans have beem devMinogfrfsrtl ti' ii7 gens aI-ii nous models. PAYMENT OF NOVEMBER COUPO.t GOLD IN WACGI2TG]Ll'OI4. PRESENTATION OF MEDALS TO VETERANS, Gold One Presented to Admiral Parrag. t Reported Heavy ailure inlssue s. Opening of the Peabody Institute, At Balthinoe. RAILROAD ACCIDENT NEAR RUSSElLVILLE, KY. Interesting General Intelligence. ---+-- SHIPPING, RIVER NEWS, MARKETS.. Etc.. Eti, lRe !- C N.E TosR OCt. 25.-The yacht Vest won the race against the Halcyon. The Herald's Fortress Monroe correspondent says the, trial of Jefferson Davis will be postponed till newt spring. The gold in the United States treasury at Waab ington amounts to $.6,000,000,inclading $1,000,000r certificates. $24,000,000 will bedisbaaredNovem ter o1t for the coupons on 5-20bonds. NEW YOnK, Oct. 25.-A bass ball match be tween the Atlantics and Enrekas of Ifewark, took place at Williamsbnurg. The Eorekas gave up the gaine after the seventh innings andsaeore or thirty-eight to thirteen. The presentation of gold medals to the veteran soldiers an.sailors of King's county took place to-day at the Brooklyn armony. Among those present was Admiral Pltrragat who waspresesntetl witlh a gold medal. NEw BEDn.Ra, MAss., Oct. 25.-The Evening Stanloard ofto-day says the failure of George A. Simmons, oOldealer, of Bostoneor $250,00; is re ported. BAerTntston, Oct. 25--The Peabody Institute was formally opened to-day. A large attendance was present. A telegram was received from President Johnson, in iasponse to an invitation, expressing his regret that ofthidlbnaih.es prea vented his attendance. After the prayer, s-format address of welcome to tt. Peabody was delivered by Governor Swan. Mr.Peabody made a- brief respoase, after-which the report of the board of trustees was read. WASHINGTON,. Oct. 25-T8here was the usual attendance ot visitors at the executive mansion to-day, the nrraority of tilosepresent being ladies. The pessnre of oficial business upon thePreei dent proventediany general audience being given,. Several members of the cabinet had interviews with him. F..Confederate General Dick Taylor was among the-visitors to-day. The Medicaltflsetm in Coraoran's buildisg is being removaedto Ford s-Theater, where the spe cimens are t-ble arranged; LoeisviLrs, Oct. 255,-The freight and con straction trainesurhis morning collided nearRussell vill, Ky. A part of the cars went over an em banalment. Dik Thompkins, one of the oldest and best engineers in, the countryb had both his. legs crashee No further particulars. haes of 93 hhds. of leaf tobacco; common lugs a little lower. Flour, superfine $O 25. Wheat, new red $2 7S. Corn, mixed in bulk, 850. Oats 52.c. Pork $32 50, Bacon shoulders 1i6c.; clear sides. 191. Lard in tierces 15je. Whisky NEW Yoas, Oct. 25.-Gold closed attW ; 10-40i's 100. Floon q)iet; sales 700 bbls. Southern at $j2 30612. Wheatquiet. Cornlc. lower. Porkt unsettled; sales 4.00 bblis at 34c. Cottona dull; sales 150O. bales at 38@40c. Spirits of turpentine 826@84c. Rosin $& 25@13 50. xctl.aitrl,. October 25.-Flour unnhanged; good local demand at $10 50@$11 00 for saper fine; $11 00@$15 00 for trade and fancy brands. Wheat less firm but not lower. Corn dull and. lower at 80c.@83c. Outs unohanged. Whisky firm at $2 34. Pork -unchanged and dull;. no de mand. Corn-old, 320.; new, 30S.; nothing doing in bulk mats ; fair tradedemand for bacon;. sales 80 hhds. at 16.0.; shoulders 180..; ribbed. sides 19c.; for clear Lard, 14,e. Hogs, $10 50th $10 75; butchers arepaying $8 50O8 60 gross;. sales 2000 pieces green meats att 9. for shoulders, and 15e. for hams. Groceries unchanged. Gold1460 SoeTluWEST PAss, Oct. 25.-,Arrived this even ing: bark C V. Minoet, Wmi. Ilethen, master, TtI days from Boston, to Geo. A. Fosdick,witht a gem eral cargo. Ship Caravan went up in tow at 5:W0 i. s. Revenue cutter Hugh MnCullough is still at anchor here. Weather clear; wind north light. Tide very high. Vscssnoeo, Oct. 25.-Passed up, Henry Ames last night ; and down, Stonewall last night, Ezrar. Porter at 8 A. sM., and David White and Emperor-: at 8 '. na. River falling. [Fro' Yesterday's Evening Psapers 1 BRA.TrMosn, Oct. 25.-There are no new deve .. opaents regarding thle police commisaione as. Their couunsei still decline participation in the s s,. aninntion lf witnesscs to-nmorrow. WX snalNTON, Oct. 25.--Thogh the danger, afa serious diffliculty in Baltimore on account of the police c ommissioeersis nearly over, sucharra age ments will be hmade as will insure the preserv. stion at Iteace ins any event. Theo President considers that requisitions froa the governe,cnt of any State, no natter from what. causthe dhiieulty alises, test he respondied to. ŽNt:, Yose, Ict. 25.--A ceonvention of r:ailros d smto i, in scsiso here. Their object is imporv e meat of railroad construction, onaintenanea s nd Ina lr..mtent. No subject involving political dis cuassilu is ent-rtaiund. ,,sttilttt l . Oct. N2o.-An extensive coaf tgra titt yt -tcrl 1.y niortisg d(t.orted the B anner o-lir--, &tla:., S Co ,tsas!ock& Co., fo ggita' S:'lot:%i cad n numlber of sther Ouildifgs or ,fsdar. :ItChtrry :td l)cat.lorict st:rLts. Tile losa t is esti i- ut. l - at 10,000'. The Lsanner building wasfully O li of dipa tchlas retu.t ing at tele graph oaice )rw t e of iprper address: Louis Cowan, J. G. Stavis , Itiys, W. T. Pra'o. t CO,. -- Since the iormatioa oa the Itaiia kGingdom. to buta rfe y srs ago, htle rulecr hlave cvntra'aed 1o 1. litan .-:xteen di' rlt 'r L',aot s, the first being dat' d-t o t)t Otober 11 L3..', "and the last July 23, ti s ,,. h:e total It O i,r n d'bt at present is $i50, 2d s ts,,ln" tt ill gold, e .int a' t linnal I.nterest of $3 -3ds,0t, an a ero.ge rate of nearly four per cent. cr. I - r nL'Vr.--. s a tiroetof the deadly pature o th - ,iur.:te tt t}c . .c ". " 11i: n, tes oateS S ofcerest tot ,tr-k Arian a 10s lo e' , . , .. . ,v f, .,,: .q ,,v !--swe s,.