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.Mechsanic?0 ante .9gri tuura1
FAIR ASSOIATIQN OF LOUISIANA.
Tbhe 0 ret F.,jr. 1 InSeev Orleans
OPENS ON TlE N;n2r OF NOVEMBER AND
CONTINUES I:IOII'P DAYS.
$20,000 OFFERED IN PREMIUMS!
2.6000 Het Aside
For artilesa not semis ed in theb Regu'te Lt~t, which will be
pIaed in the MISUELI.ANEORU DEPARTMENT.
65000 Ofered for Private Premiums
$Y CITIZENS OF NEW ORLEANS.
6600-Ppessil Premu.m Ofered by
THOS. f3. I3ODLE.Y At CO.
$288 for the Imple ment, maa t etol for preparing the
groutd, plnting tihe meld, n cultEivting the growing crp of
my of the staple Products of ths ,TtL TlET ; the same tlo b
determined TIth rcl tlon to hLeL grltelt value to tET greatteT
number of Planters..
$2a60 for the Machine of the grenteet value to the Planters
of the Boolhhneat, either forreiRerinr lend,, renderilng them It
for cultivation, preparing the products of thea Roll for markeat,
or may nth r use directly connec'ed with the planting iotertst.
830-SpeelZal Premlum Offered by
8. N5. 1MOODY,
For thebe.: W h ;,l n"1 IronCed Onr D, ,e1 Shirtl , laundried
in tho city of Ncw Orleans, fGl ntoro uso.
l100--Sletial 'remiunm Offered 1by
GARTHTvWV T-TI'-, LE1%VI& eTUA.IT
Both ntic e, t~ Ib,i t: s.etued eilyi e ill the pnrish of
Orleans nt Jtierto-u,
8SlOO-Spetlal , Pr1e:ni:lm O7,ere d by
T 'EIA. t 0 .1: I':. i llI) :, C:.
S,,,o..I V- ,V,,'l ,
.15 .. .. NE hEERt EA.RS.
A 15 " ,
$" .. .., r o.f 'G t 0'
SK , :ierletion iPrtmilltum
if Ju l t'1e - .: .::,u.c, p fo a and
$2.00--NpecIoDI Pre.llllll OTred by
THE It I:-I .N'.-t ('IIARTiT. L37I,
A -SOCIlATION,
For trialS, f I'T ..: , . rp.:, f the N ev O, lean Fi' E
Departm, u:.
THE N. C. CI',Y pIoo, I014pD Cb.,
Fi .1.: S'T.EETl CAR FALE BOX.
Speelll Prelll um Offred b by
A SILVaLI, t'IREIAN',' TR'RI'MP:T for the O:,mpany
who, with it ,, oifnl Fhll and "hi fl i de` ulct0 t
m $mbors, .'l trn , PI, Ir.,lll, thi tra,,k, ,et realy nd
throw wa:.:r ti~t va; I 6tty' feaft ,f hoi iu td;e thurtc;t c tie.
$100 .p-rllll Premlanl Offered by
For tlhe --tsn.t: ,.,, ,f :'tGAR m.1 e by Vac.uum prrceas-
not loos than ~uL L..,:rel.
8200 n.lall IPletlllum OflKred by
1 . .T. ITIEHIION,
For the bct Po t l t,., EN:IINE, fir Plant:tti0t purlp e. ,
8130-Specelal r'enllam OB'ered by
A . AI. TJUAT,
$l f,, tC, 1e- D ble ert II , ,trra-e, r rett,
aud flurle
$5U fur tLu rye-. . ,.r Victria and *i-lio Ihorse.
TO0) Speclal Premium Offered by
Lx, v-I i< NAN"R2.A,
$S3 fr the bi: ;: .y ,: "l'.
b 10 ,et. cill P.reml.' Ofhred by,,
IttfOjr =C>N ON
$23 for t:he T: b~ i . .+,1 B,,,k.
grouad |c n s1hirenl u:-· e
GR -ANT) T3.-a': IAT. , cl1U.
A promium ,f n 6OID MEDAT, will he nvrded to tile
'Champton Il :e Ct I't h b-- ope: t~ the Clubs ill anly of the
Sltates of tho S.Juthv. ,t.
LUTIIEI IIOMES,
Scretary and Trelturer,
lcchnaie acs' antI .gricualttral
FAIR ASSOCIATION OF LOUISIANA,
VAIR TO COMMEINCE ON TIlE rIE AND CONTINUE I
UNTIL TIlE 2rTl NOVEMBER, INCLUSIVE.
The New Orleans, Jackson and Gret Northern Railroad,
and the Mie,i,siIi Ct ltra, will, dttrig thile Fair, pass ell per
sona vieitig New Oreans at hal b he usulh, pric of tickets.
- .Prssengers willi be carried over the New Orleans, Opelusas
and Great Wdetern Raillroad, and t e Steamiboats running on
Bayou Techo in connection therewith, at half-price, froml the
19th to the 29.1 Novemtber, inclusive.
The Vi.k .url packet eFshior, eaptain P. D. Pratt. wi I
bring ill persons colnig to New Orlets during thle period of
the Fair, at haIlfl r tt.
The following Railr, d endl Steamboat Lines will return,
FREE OF CHARGE, all FxeMitors and their Wares,
present at the FAIR in New Orleans, commencing on the
C0th Novetllber, 1S1l6: I
Chhicagond (i-ealt Eastern Railroad.
Missiasippi Vtaley Traneporleittit Company.
Pemphit and Charlesto Railroad.
pacUme R al ailroad.
Desmtlees Valley Railred.
Cincinnati tt Gailnn i t ill Rail.
Syracuse, Burminlghm and New York Railroad.
Peoria, Pekin and Jackson Ralilroad.
Nashville and Northwestern Railrtad.
Rutland anld Bllll gton Railread.
Keokuk and N-enlt I'leas.nt Railroad.
Atlantcl and Mitsneippl ,Liteambhip ICompany, and Railroad
/.Anea.
Southemrn Aire ssippi Railroad.
Mobile Mt LiLie of itcamer.
Texas Line ol S,.amers, outside.
LITi'i E" HOMES,
Sdroty eln Tees]re.'f
Blank .dooks tand Statioknery I
-ur
* O. R. WAL(-ENEF'.
. ................ CAMP TREET.......... .........-a
(Between the Picayunee all 'imes Oices.)
The new stock of BLANK 11OOKS of every drscriptin,. atll
ETATIONEIRY ofll kind, fer Merchnir , ,)iTice aed S:eemn
boatpurpouee , mdeed presely for thels market, I Iclr nferiln,
now for sale, e prices thlt will give steEti.. : to illillt need
rsuech articlee . I h ire alto received ta ltrge lot of Fairchild's
UOLD PENS, Etc. JOBPRINTING, IteiNDING, Etc., done
eaetly, withdispatch. I R. WAGENER,
Sheldotsa. PlotogrtaplA Gallery,
101 CANAL STREET, N. O.
CARTE DE VISITE PICTURES, PORTRAITS, VIEWS,
(lepte., Etc.,
Plai and Gllored, all Sies. etecut d in the Highest Style
of tle Ert.
ALBUMS, ETC., IN saTENIVE VARIETY.
v 0&NSAILY CAES IiCENT
TIE -IOlESCEiNT IS PUEJLLSHED DAILY (Sudav. Ezoeptedl AND V1i .LY, BY J. 0. NIXON. No. 94 OAMP STRI ET. TERMS-DAILY, .19 WE LYU85 PER YEAR.
VOLUME XVI. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER r7, 1866. NUMBER 92.
Silks8 and Cloaks. 'e- w Imnportation. mnr n1 n ,-. m Ie m o i.. un , .. m -.
Silks and Cloaks.
L ATEST STYL ES
F. G. Barriere & Co.,
Inform their numorous friends and the public that they
have jlst recelved, per steamer Fire Queen, a Great Variety
of GOODS, among which are the following :
A Splendld Assortment
DRESS SILKS and CLOAKS.
SILK PARASOLS and UMBRELLAS.
RIC1 FRENCH PRINTS.
PURPLE PRINTS-31 Iand 4-.
19), 10r and 1201n-ch WHITE and PINK BOBBINET,
very Ciose Meseh
Their SIlks and Clonk.
31av3 bhon boughlt ter the Latest F3ll Styles lld made their
appearance in Pari3.
The above GOODS, together with the balance of their
Immense Stock, are offered by them at Cost and Under
Cost, as the Goods have to he Sold,
City and Country BuyeI are respectfuilly reqgGte to
give us a call, aud convince themeolves that what we adver
tine i3 the strict truth.
F. G, BARRIEITE & CO.,
Belyiing atnd nitrbbcer Goods.
03,38\) 53 .. .. '3ie s 33
29,00 fct IAS 'lE, bIrm '; t., i h.
--A. la A3 . Eortllt o .
ncrchunt;, at inv;Ue l t cull and ucxm.: -is ble; ¢ tile
o, l o d u r stoan k tIoell,,tt
36 adB il 3i 1'ultnn rtroo, 3', ard 37 'runt suetr t,
Ico w ',oe i p,,3 dra, an d I ; raier - t rte
Bisit..Nss Cards,
M CVIII TCI iiN''.' CI C'( J 3I,_IrSl.,
LnorrrR f DYlr. S,
ALL KINDS OF COM3MIERCIAL
PRINTING OR LITIIOG.RAPIIING,
Felting.
I I" ELTIN G. 1' ,ELTIN G.
-lavin3,,ee apo'ntl le Agen. in Nevw Orlean for the
Lol PELL FELTING M3ILLS, e arc prep ird to filL.t
Ito y extent for this mtc , crStod for the niany vIu.
Se u to which pted.
For placing between the plaokihg and shooting of sea-ghing
,en, 's it 1., inva'nabi, and we l ondlder it only neces.ary to
01 tlvattenti f p builder, and l:p owner to, the t
L:.,t it CnI n1o1w he had in this city.
soro ,;l lpetlectly the l luln of l the t Iper-tu e due t, welted
Another variet" i, ,nale explu -ly tp nutu teer carpet,
vin, ng poccli.ut y pl -'ant tr' l, hneremn; the durabilhty,
and pr'.ventih;n , to a gre,ta extent, the rseing o' re.n-ture
Southl'erln C'lrlpet tard erll hle,
chc3ry De'nosS
PATENT ST EAM 1LOWERS.
flr,' (((3f 'r the 3 l3,-,,r, ('3I,wh-'h h"t v ne lor th lm ehec
p , lat w tlom a :ts a cure for de!Cem t drait Ili I , t I,1 ,te,
w 3te3,m h,,le.. , and ni the > 1(.hg f frol ,.
P'arties lhtv 1Iý dr,:tl ve drart, Ih 11d well o r give t
, khen there ie u good naudll 's.
KNIGIIT & CO.,
3Iachinery Dealer., 172 0h vhier ,rest.
- fescriplIre PUIans of .ffachainery.
IRON FOUNDERS AND MANUFACTURERS
-co.v cr
EVERY CLASS OF TIlE ABOVE WORK
E SPLENDIDLY AND CORRECTLY LITHOGRAPHED,
IWarning to the Public.
In rglerd to what iS put forth as a "..one.s History of
tie W'r," wei5r" by me, 1 repeat thallt the work is mlting
nore than some old Annas--' ,r ist Year of the War, etc -
riwlh have been reamped and tile true sandarI original
Hintory 1 am no" chmpesing, ,nder tile a ourauement of
Generals Lee, Johnston. etc i. enlitled the "LOsT CAUSE,"
and i. exclusively in the press ot E. ]. Treat & Co., aew
York.
Tlis expllnion is nclear enougeh ginst r-ything hIut a
rtuird desls to lconfound witlh te importent and sldohlle
work I am nowr composing, and which is already in presr, a
mess of old matter.
All Southern eowspapers are requestre, by glvnlsmmetlhe
benefit of this expolantion to irotect a Souther writer and
,)billet a lroaher editor.
EDWARD A. POLLARD.
JAS. II. HUMIMEL, Publhlrher, 9 Bank Place, New Or
Rich Jewelry and Diamonds,,C
Fine Watches andl Silverware.
T. A, KELLER & JULES HOERNER,
IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS
--...,-I-
DEA LERS,
10 f.esehrttuc Plrace.
The Repair. Adjustment and Timing of Watches made a
dn tctioriecrs'( Crderilogues
PINTED ELEGANTILY AND COIIRRECT!LY,
UPON TIlE SHORTEST NYOTICE,
CRESENT' JOB OFFICE,
9 ............ ....CA5P1 STREE . ......19
16 .....1.............C l trIeet. . ....... 115
NEXT TO ROYAL, NEW ORLEANS.
Dealer is WATCtIES. CLOCKS,. WATCH TRIMMINIGS,
DIA0NDSN.FINE JIEWELRY, SILVER IWAE, ILATED
WARE, SPECTACLES,'L , OCEItA CLASSES, TABLE and
PsCKItT CI'TLERY, FANCY GOODS, BRONZE and PA
RlaN GOODS etc.
Our good are of the berst quality. All our Diamond Wer
Is of our owen mannfectre.
GOLD PENS In tOLD, SILVER and GUTTA PE1t'IA
HOLD IRS.
Jewelry anddSliver Ware made to order, Diarne5y r.ret,
Watches, ClsEa rsd Jewelry repailred.
.A'elw IJaportation-,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
E. GIQUE L,
1 ................CANAL STREET..................126
Iu addition of hs fine assortment of FANCY and STAPLE
DRY GOODS, has received per sten.mer Fire Queen, from
Europe, the following Goods, which he ofers for salevery
low, viz:
Embroidered LINEN CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIIEFS
Embroidered UAMISOLS and NIGIIT GOWNS.
Em.broidered Jaconet and Muslin SHIRTS.
Fancy BALMORALS-Newest Paris S'5I.
CLUNY VALENCIENNES-Sets.
CLUNY VALENCEIbNES and APPLEQUE LACES. C
Fancy and Plain RIBBONS-all widthl.
Moaire RIBBONS-all widths and eolors.
Fanny BUCKLES and BEITING.
Embroidered and Plain Linen SETS.
Ladies' and Cui drenas Silk and Cloth CLOAKS.
Ladies Linen CIIEMISRES and YOKES.
Fancy FANS and Chil r n'a Valenciennes CAPS.
Br,ochb, Dmask and Checked MILULINS.
Linen Damask NAPKINS and CLOTHiS.
Ladicle UMBRELLAS. nd PARASOLS--Louis XV.
Furnilre CIIINTZ iand ;ALIC+ ,S.
HAIIR BRUSII S and Fancy CO)LUS.
Jreneh CORSE IS.
h ie E ,,r,,Ie~ed iDRESSES.
EltrlIAL 1lILS and 1 REATH a.
E. GIQUEL,
3il. lc'eads,
BLANK BILLS OF LADING,
Nno o0a acnlp r seet.
.P'OS# Olice ~'o !ice.
Pois< H I,-v. New' O,;ci.", N-.. 1.
Until further notice the .Mail at thile Nvw Orsals Poelt Gce
will becla.d as follows :
:tlasl W-t cl,, d~al.dy F at 2 P. It., via New Orl ~ns and .Jck.
.-,on S Klv.,lVdd.
Mails North, East and West close daily at I3 . M., vI4 Mobile,
A 1
Br5,bear, via Opelou.cs Raioirad daily, except Euuday, at.
a. Y.
Coast Mal for all Post Offices as far up the river as Bayou
SF ra, el*,·ea %Vednrdlr v, at 3P 1, .. sn...n, 'tinL3sat a A. x.
V;cSbI tir , lf,,,ils el,,, ,t :, 1. >, . every Tucd doy, "f . .u t Is, . ndi
!*in h-r Loacr 1',a; et cle at.9 A. A. every- Wed-lday and
ih- l ;f, I'o, ingon cl,,o at 11 IA. every M.ondy and
Moils fher Al_,iett c11-e dally at 9 a. a.
vli',l far Galveston and Inlianola, Texas, c o.e at 6 A. M,
ollnday Wled.day, and Friday v a Opelousas Railroad
Mails ter Ouaehtai River clse at 3 P. . Wednesd.tysa and
Saturdays. \is the Iltvr.
Mfail. for Northeastern Tewos .nd Rod River, trl-wcekly.
1l1i0 for .lrFWSV,llC. Tcx s and Flavaoa, will. b r rliarded
OFFICL ltOU RS.--Oipec, 8 A. M., closes 4 p. t .
The ;i, eral Dehvery will be kept open anti 7P. x, and
tie H lerehantr' Dailvcry unti 10 P, ar.
bUNDAYS.-Olce1 opens 9 a. M., and cl.sesl12 .
R. W. TALIAI'ERRO,
Po t 5ater.
The (air-Grountd CrescenIt.
Thie Etr : ,1 Prpritc; r rI tL., EW ORL°ANS DATLY
TiE FRAI-GI:?UND CRESCENT.
'I.I IU SIO NT nill ,," on a ,;n ,: . lc,:.... , I
I ..."1'_r~li In tl .. r, i,) rl. . l'r ", . ,1 .. : 1i ,1
, ' 't,"i C ,," i~ t rv llt'o ,,1 l , ::ly .h ' ;r m , a' , t. ' : , V
Slaioboaut SKaadtitlls
PHI NlEI'i E i III )D URI I .,I-SPIAT e ' , 5i
SX ANY COLOR,
' 'l1S(.'I' NT J()13 OFF]IC'IE,
Ko. 91 o'i tl reet.
Douglas,
EN\GRAVER ANDI) LITHOGRAPILER,
10. .......... . ... C 'm p Street................ 10 I
(Adjoiaing Ldci i 'gdi E .r L nc, Cityy BLotl,)
VISITING AND WEDDING CARDS engraved in the moustl
elegau mauraer.
Bninees Card,, A t r lt l Cotton Bills Lding, Cheeps,
Ivuricrls and Cir,ular Le Rtters, etc., li grarph id.
ripTlS neingIIrrr Oraip. Drir te FrrrrSr, etc.
nitialr Emboser d orl Paper and Envelopes without charge
CAR.PET' WAREIIOUSE,
91...... .C............ treet................... 90
F. C. PA.INtER & CO.,
Iiavo removed from 113 Gravier street to 97 Camp sItreet,
isrtr :ii:ryrppr tethISIr Ce ,nt Offri, pnd r amrre r nriiig
hny evey rrival direct fromu England ELESLI GOODS, and
keep constantly on hand and for sale,
At Wholesale anid Retall,
A fine stock of VELVET, BRUSSELS, THRlEE PLY,
INGRAIN and otier ('ARI'ETel S. Also-iRB UGS, OIL
CLOTIIS, SIIADIES, MATS Ird MATTINuIS, Etc.
N. It.-Orr lho]e.rLt'e PaleP r rlld Flrinters' Furnishing
Warehoueis also relmoved to l Ia address,
No. 97 CAMP STREET.
Collon Dental ddissociatiou,
LBRANCII OF NEW YORK OFFICE.)
Originators f thel Ansthetio uo nofthe NITROUS OXIDE
or L gihing r,, Ih,-r' ,trhl,-hed rr ofice in Nei,
orth tless ixtraE tion of Teeth. Our lon ci rn,
with the I Gas-- ving giveri it tr ehrtl i\teen TVirrsr ud
I'erPoi, tilt 1,,o UNI'LEASLLIGAT IIBESL'r--,IC is
top il entire reedom frm in, and perlb ' rty
is i 'atI n. One ,f the mend rOs of thiF A .si, D
E G. COlTON, wilt be ci nsthnt tteutrnee at their
-Lrtlisý an'Q Gentllemen's
VISI ING CARDS,
or every description, and in all
STYL..S OF LETTI'RING,
PRINTED OR LITIHIOGRAPHED,
.g -IT Tut
" CIRESCENT JOB OFFICE,
S No. 0i Camp Street.
TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES.
BY THE ATLANTIC CABLE,
THE LONDON TELEGRAPH ON THE ALABAMA CLAIMS.
LIVERPOOL MARKET---COTTON 14d.
OPENING OF THE SAXONY CHAMBERS.
LoNnoN, Nov. 10.-The London Telegraph de
nies the repor, that the commission is about to
settle the Alabama claims. The English cabinet
has lately been holding councils almost daily.
Drsn:sen, Nov. 1..-The king of Saxony opened
the sesionls of the clhamhers to-day. In his speech
from the throne e he pledged himself to fulfillall his
obligations witlh Pruss:..
LtVl::o ou, Nov. It;, Evening.-The market for
breadstulls was firnl. Corn is still advanucing,
omixed western cloaing to-:night at .s'. 3d. Pru
vi-ions are firm.
LonnoN, Nov, t1, lrvenin.--The money market
is firm. Consols have a'dvaln.ed 1to, 0; for money.
The following are the dcloing quotations of Amser
ican securities: U. S. five-twenties, 70.
LIVEHPicOOL v. v. 16--Evening.--Th'e Broers'
circular reports the aggregate sales ol rotten for
thie week at 41,000 bales. Prices have dcClined
during the week fcrohnl 11'4 d.sld. to 14d. for mid
dling uplands. The sales to-day were 700 bale.,
the matket closing heavy at ye3terdayd" quota
lions-14d. for midiling uplands.
QIEENSTrow, Nov. 1l-Evening.-T'he steamn
shipi China touched here this evening en route to
Liverpool.
mnporlant Governmental Consultation,
TIIE CASE OF fIl. D3AVIS.
---++---
GENERAL AMNESTY AND UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE.
3IR. DAVIS IN FORTRESS MIONROE.
---+4-
Prelayterian General Assembly in
e I enpalhis.
--Interesting General Intelligence
Inlteresting G~eneranl Inltelligence.
St
MARKETS, SHIPPING, RIVER NEWS It
tit
st
ETC., ETC., ETC.
tW.AStINGTo, Nov. 16--i-Thea following was ti
tles graphedt to lhe New York Times by its specind
icorre lpoldent frol this city: "Chieif .ll>t t e
I'ha'e called at the White tou Ise this e vnin,i and
was cdloeted wil tie Presideii for about ian
hU,1r btloe Li- ]dep.lrtnlre. n .t Seward, Gov. `
I bldall, Mr. McCulloch and Mr. llrowninlg aor
rived an! d elained in co : 'ltl tai n waith tie Il'-
ldent until tn o'clok. It is belihvs d this l eeti ngrl
w o e f o r "c , l. al t a t i o ln 1p n o i m o s t I l rnl i o, n t , i l b - I .
'etl,osedl upol all elrrrt now muaki n by llthe
leading mlen of ill parties to induc thetle ofre t idea
nll Cttideraion of a general atonesty to indluieat
the people of the olth to accept universai
l.it'aoce with a qlalilicttion either of propta y ort
Illt ence. 1a'romaittt-t Souathern ilmen are co
ipaerating wih t the RltPblicans and lteumtlrat
ia ntict e ldiu't.'
t'ontrss Monao, Nov. 1i.t-Jetiersonl Davi
tas been removed from his asemLates to moU rei
coml.tdious aparttlnts in Cat roll Hall.
Maintlros, Nov. 16.--The General Assembly of
the Presbyterian church was engaged during the
day in lprincipally tdisossing the rules of mparliao
mnltary order reported by tile revision committeen . t
and in hearing tihe repiort of the executive com
ittee of dometic missions and education, and ilhe
proceedings of the assembly awaken general in
terest. Its deliberations are harmonious, and the
greatest cordiality and good feeling prevail. IN
NAotntILL, Nov. 1.--A fire this evening ds
troyed Mundy's grocery store. Loss s10,000, t
partly insured.
WAtsn Tron, Nov. 1i.-The lorse Fair will
conllnence on Monday next. Tihe prizes amount
to $6000. Many noted horses will be present, in
cluding Dexter and the celebrated pacer, Ml ie
gooster. it
ST. LotIs, Nov. 16.-The Iron Mountain Rail
road has been sold to J. J. McKay and others rep- i
resentitng Eastern and St. Louis capitalists, for
$550,000.
The Cairo and Fulton road has also been sold to
the same parties for $350,000. The sale has not
yet bleen ratilcd by tlov. Fletcher.
NEw Yon, Nov. 16.-Cotton closed lsteadier,
with sales of 1800 bales ait [email protected] Flour dull;
sales of 500 bbls. Southern at $12 [email protected] Wheat
dull; sales 25,000 bonlOOls. Corn irregular; sales
isl,000 bushels. Pork lower; mess $20 [email protected] 37
Whisky more active. Rice quiet. Sugar doll.
Naval Stores quilet; turpentine 75iit e.; ro ,iti
i$ 253l11; tar $3 50iOj l 50. Giohl 143l .
Arrived-Steamer Wilmington, from Calve sto I
and Veteran, froolm Beaufort.
LOUISVILLE, Nov. it.-Sales 71 hahdi. of low
grade tobacco. Cotton, 30.e. Flonr -n'asupertlne,
$9 75. Prime whoeat. 2 73 for old. Coe n in bulk-
old, 90o ; new, 5052at c. Pori --nove, 24 ; old,
3 $30. liaeon shoulders, lie.; ceala; sides, 13,.
Lad in tierces, 1 a!tc Whisky, $2 2.1.
nSr. LoUIs, Nov. 1G.-Cotton is heavy, at 30.
for middling. Floor dull. Wihet firm and un
tchanged. Cru tit 05 li ii fo't old. Oats ad
wvanced 53! 51c, Proviiona and Whitky tun
Schanged.
CINCINNATI, Nov. 1i.-Fl ur n is nu madrate de
imand, at a12 5a 013 as fol trade brantds Wihat
unchanged at $2 sd. Coon dull and drooping at
RtSnac. for old: car S0l.. new 53ic. Oats a rm at
4Sc. Whisky steay .t 02 31. Ifogs .lull at $. 25
0007 gross. Provisions dull and nominal. Green
meats 65, [email protected] at the close. Bacon, sales t5
hinhds., at 14,e. for clear rib and clear sides; shoul
ders were heold at 13tIle. Groceries dull and de
clining and samewhat irregular. Gold, 1420.
MOBILE, Nov. 1.-Cottton.-Sales to-day 700
bales; middling [email protected]; sales for tinhe week 4200
bales: receipts for the week 9866 bales against
9100 bales last week ; exports for the week 3192
bales; stock nunsold 34,000 balest. Factors are
only selling small lots to meet immediate neces
sities.
VIcKSHURO, N'v. IC.-Passed down Olive Branch
last night, J. H. Groesbeek at 11 A, H., Peter Ba
lea at 1, and I. Id. Lee at 7 io.w.Riversta. 1
tionary.
SFrom Yesterdayf Emsning Papers.l
WasnmrnaroT Novenber 16.-The- tlench
minister has received notice to leave ber'don the
10th of December, for his new position as ereinter
to Portugal. His successor will be here T that
time.
The Mtsiissippi commissiorern who are urgine
tile release of Jefereon Davis, will remain aunil
they have an interview with the President.
Secretary Stanton has through his counsel e.
tetcd a plea o not guilty in the s.t for trespas-in I
broghtagainst him in tie ePcuit court by W. T. t
Smithson, a hanker here, who was imprisoned
during the war. m t
BrmLI.N, Nov. IT.--The admiralty of Prussia is
engaged in tile creation of a strong fleet, and naval
recruiting has been ordered to commence ime- I
diately in the dunolies.
V.l.ena, tNov. 16.-The Journal of tocday, in an
editoerial, Faa customs negotiations were com
menced bceth -een Austri anod Proussia. The pro
posals oire calculatCd to pacify Europe.
.lvl:tuot, , Nov. 16--Noon.--The short-time
movement is extendiog among the cotton mills of
Lsncashire.
STlooc-CiONl-ToreT , Nov. 15.--Eery earthen
wareo maImeofctry has closed and a universal
strike i lookled for.
o.aoc 4)nte1igonqe.
Thie 3Iach:lnlotes' and Agriscltmral Fair.
The -o-atlhcr conoiincs 0leliglitfil, and the'-w'ttk
tfe brwovely on" cit tIe nter trouiodo, and -il
will rcrtainly be in realineso for ttie grand inen
gtratoeill focdy Ioneting Lext. Tile board of
ito taoe h d o ietlih sIlt fog yeste tlay. 0ad
n 0-ft 100-0e>0 was tin-t",tcid, not of a nature
!owvcr, for plbliltlnl. tile heidquharters
of the ns-oieiatn Soaec'taroy llooces, wito his
cofrs of lo rws and oh,-ttnout weree baty reel
i.g and entoerig goinds ot competition no d nhiits
el I vases, a:,d uiso iuiag tiele0s, l e . At the
Cgrnuu. muaty alqtirrst were being taken, anl tile
tiallu ,I; ts Ical e lsofiett taic their s ut t san uilie
(oi-ets will Ie oe o' tha aontiipateodf. Mr. Kl h,
ove'-coo y ef the Mlssnori Agrieulturacl air,
alof \clols has Aocily consented t 0o nsist ntrd oope
ittc.d tihe oinertl alcraologeentt of this fair, is
ttylg a:il elideaves to perfect every delo ellaeut,
an1 i, nlnrklitti,,. in htis exertios toI mate all
l inf o :t and cuolplete. It wtas onu1e pasre t,
olc-.t thfi gentleman at the gieat Missonuri fair,
hlcld in St. luis inll 1 , when Ioe wan tie secre
taryl "ail] ,suprliatendentt, as le :.till is of that as
is .iln, land we ciauoa-u'd thle pvibli thant tooe
Loisiaoa laoir Asociatio lhiave secured tile seer
vires of t g.nilotaln who underestandi what ie is
doi-og, and whose ithrough experience has been
tnd will so continue, of much practieal avail to
tis noble undertaking.
'lte tair ;rounds will be open to-day for the re
celotinn of all kinds of artieles for exhiitioe.
Aso, live -tock, horses, etc. T.lediffelent Slptr
inotldltis n'lls i!so directors of tle various de
nartaelts, will rbe on tile grond toin-day until the
fair closes. All thloe persons who enter goods.
nl.erhiory, live stoc. lhorsen, etc., t woulId do wnell
to a-s tor these gentlemen, when they go upon
tie grotundl and thin the places for theirf entrees
will be designated and all Ilrther trouble obviated.
The foil-oing is a list of the stoteriotendents :
teorse and mle depoartment--ol. G. A. Breaux.
Cattle decpartuent-A lowcer.
Shteep snrite and poultry--O. E. Hall.
Agricultaral implements and machinery-N- . E.
Bailey.
Cotton, sugar. tobacco, garden and oroherd
piroduct, etc.-Mr. L. Polgcr.
Cahke. wwe, liquor, pickleo, candies, flowers,
etc.--F. Camerden.
Vehicles, nIoufaIetured iron, stoves, furniture,
etc.--A. W l. o1eriaor.
NeedlewoIk, silverware, jewelry, etc.-II. i.
Swasey.
M cl om-tin struments, paintings, etc.--G. F.
Yeterday, tile IButchers' Benevolent Associa
tion o.fferil the following special preiutis: Beest
batohller knife, 10; best ohoiper, 15 susage o rC
stuer ltc.,' hestt general hnivcs, -5; beht steel, hi.
lMeers. lfbiasotto & Jones, tht well-klaown pro
priotors uf the City Mills lave also offered ato spe-tc
:i.-l l'rettitnli of t$2 for theplest cill for grindoing
lwheat and o-n, the same to be determnined wlt'
regard to quality and quantity within o n given
time.
iThe t io'tant louestio as to the privileges of
the iuh ;ie res ore t.otiuchleroduino g the fto iri hs
hto cllfo the c2otm llottoo ttfes t te td tfi e mthe
printed pinavarapih on tihe hlok of the roctit
nw!,ie.t it gvcnl to eaclih stscricer. It is a9
lol , o ,.:
" he olit,."'or er, hvto hoe fee cces to tc e
ghround, a,,l bc k uit till timie, tith t eir ilies,
heiro I, tohe Il ociuatiot, or whotior mi ale
tioo, tiol n I p lro oit too the mo ty
lor utto lnrl noiose hi allcessary o tfoe to e
'ihove pupiosis thie prootivleo toe will e ou of
c fi'tter t' lllti gc . I t t ' oll d c l-ýo
whith f.ltndl Or f'ir ds hlie ngnast ma\es
tItir s lu'f tier, whcile htist suhs,' i r's ticket ua
all til me a nldthl' h olt. if hc ,hatfo t ti e w ith
i, Irtche e o i',mp ily h is ticket, i thcir i u.r'eo-o
Alol, Irit aily tie atitos place onr toile aelrVd
loU e tfic'' thet eticle ill Which they vi.th the firo
hut they IDIIL ill Z wa cas have reiglral tickets for
the I-to otls. The-e t t tilr e setlled regulutiono
and wiill i stl icily culried out, regardle.-l of per-c
-old are deleghted at the prspect eof witnessing
a nlsteh game-of base Intot ll. It i Couudestlood thlat
"ceod at tiae hBll Clbs will visithnd neer be from various
ices during tace getfair, and that aineth will be
Scloe of tlh coity, have seleotettd a part of the d iel,
llwhere thet lmatch to pwillb take plrie. A fndsomehich
old tllico will given by the assoitin, s aIl
pr dipi ot h goug t tnoal f tle tel i engin e Clu,
tick, nr, will he ua ong the competit ofs. Muche
Orre spt is noeipted, and fitfly doi forped that the
goodto titiro tit" and never be "miot"ce, or.hogl
Tye firetoen aroe getting in readiness thnir "mer-alof
t hines" for the collaig co test, and engine, nit of
ticient inte rest dpblishce tprizesgh ity ftor which
A dilploma and gol noedal for the steam engine
t 'owin th e largest quntity of water in a given
AOne hundred a td fiffod dollars fo r the steam
eilne thruowing the greatest i istaoce, throughne d
litly feet of iose, isparoportionilto the amount of
Sa,,tiv p ower. to
One ]CindoPd dollars for the iand eogioe, meas
urg ght ic ies and Utlovards itc the pullo
A diploma td iold mioal for the most epenomi
pire iuntl ' af nt l g niih:ent silver trum pet is sllc er d
,. 1. 0 i ........ '..... to the winner of the p,'e
A priemlum of fs.lO is oflersld by the Firemenss
Ctasriltrle Assaoealion, to ae collpe-terd foIlrby tile
a. f u cs Il'e New -isOrleans lire deparstort.
fore hrlodred dollars to the Ilook
and La-d.er ComLpany which will raise
all of its hlddrrs in the shorteo.t time-to ie
iexected i tle following nirsroer fllllrte tlul
to be pIacerd o re huor fred feet frolmlthe buihdng
(.eleced or tlher trial, and pi rallel with it.I
Twvenity feme r faf the costally toi fre stationed I
twentl t c (1 illio tlherl lrofli th tlrea I. Al ttI wol I
~tithe"F to r os ,d torph- e ladders, i
" rl all r eeo l th e Od e ,,m tt which will !
glie, (oll tls.e to is thle sa.e engine) aroundhe
lr tahe sHllod best iilme il thle above trial, pro
vidild tlhree h oIIre' cmlpet, 30. .
iFor Ithe side strolke ei.igiloe, ormeasriug eight
Siaches or lllee ill the plllll, thrsiwing tRile S gretst
dis'oance throngl fill fy foee of hose-p aLying fromo
suctioil, $100.
For tihe ,ide stroke engine, meas'ltrin less thans
iiht nche i the , thr tii fsoass erg tIfe greatest
distance through filty feet of lbose-playsing ruim
For tire stantm engine thr' win-g the largest qnan
tlty of witer in a givrop time, iln proportion to the
ao nlnount of imoivi.o5rser, $i0.
Should thers le he bt one entry for eitlher of the
t prizes oflered by the Fair Association, or the Fire
Inen's ChatitP e" Associatiou, there will be no
2 award.
'Thq fIttorasted parties in the prizes offered by
the Firermens Charitahle Association, will seleet
their awarding committee on the groonds.
On Tuesday next, the orphans from the variou.
anyloms, will he present at the consecration and
inauguration. It is also announced that beoldes
the grand munsical performances on Tuesday, Mr.
Gollignon has been engaged to arrange for a
grand nacrer concert, on Sunday, tihe 25th inst.
A.lt persone shoold purchase their entrance
tick-tn in the city before going to the Fatr
Gron.ds, and thereby avoid much confusion and
delay.
Metntle Jocadkey tClab
This n b met on Wednesday evening, at the
St. Chares Hotel, to reorganiuze. Gen. Paul 0.
Hehert was chosen president, Gen. Harry T.
Hlays vice president, P.,chard Milihken, Fim, seore
tay, and Walter H. Peters, Esq., tieasurer.
After the transaction of some rontine busineos,
the clb adjourned to Thursday next. Tarfamen
will be gratiqed to earun the faclt, of which we
hove been apprised by MIr. t. B. Foley, snrperin
tendentof thle Metairie Track, that there ialreardy
nsetrance that from nine to-eleven stahbles will be
here for the meeting of the 22d of next month.
All the old members of the club, who wish to con
tinge in melhbersp.ip, are requested to send therir
names to the seeretary on or before the tSth
proxlimo.
Skillfot Theft ofr. .2o0,Oo at' the Panstfere.
Yesterday Mr. Lapeyre, of the banking hoouse
nc Pike, Lapeyre & Brother went to the Post
llflice to forward, by mail, two packages, tweoty
hnousand dollars each, of United States compound
inlerest noes. Whilte iLbying stamps from the
clerk to put on tle paokages, and taking money
ofrm his pocketbook to pay for the stamps, a
alan pl0proache1 d him anti, mrawing his attention
to a :1te oil tile flour, in a mtannereuggestiTng to
Mr. Lapeyre that he had dropped it, he stooped
an0d pickedl it p i, lilding it to be a one dollar bill.
illlllim:fg his purehae of stamps, ill a few seconds
hlr dicovereld Clut one of the pocekaeu,,both of
lwhi-l he ilad laid in thle nmiddle winldolw tlhouh
iwile( ilterco. e is had witllh tile elerk hadd dia
lapplared. Mr. Laleyre at once realized that the
, till; binhll had been dropped as a bait to withidraw
hie alte-ltin Iroln t1he pactaelsaie ard Instant
1a0, a 1rh n1111ade for tile rascal twho executed hliu
part of tile pllan lo aldrllitly, but he was not to he
seen, having a.il d oult throlgllllh sielrll nleln,lvllho
101,-re ptellllaps his confedelaios and who sueod
nabout 3r11. ,lanelre.
Tl1e police hlave, of ou'ree, leen apprisecd of thlis
ldarilng and sklilifal piece of knerry, and doubt
1l21s every elirt will be mlade by them to di cover
the adroit anthil r 11 r authlors of' tie witty relheme.
1For leally montlls the city has been free frolm tilte
1ireec of tihe Iaber elasses of profenional
the1,o-o. Thi- event is an admonition tlhat tile ad
vance is here of a iegiou tlhat mllay lbe exlretedl
from all arts I f thle rultry, l.to prey nl.lon the
Inn1 illt 10e tl t will attend thle fair which com
mences on Tueldaly. Mlany years ago, accon
plislled licklpockets and other thievrs had their
"1eats" allowred to theml blut tihat titao is gone,
never to be seen lagain, it is hopled iln New Or
eans; and witll, tie vigilance and dexterity of our
pIresenlIt police, tle publlic may rest assured of
every possible protection against chevaliers d'in
duetric.
lail or Perseverance Exempt Soelety Nao.13.
We beg leave to retlurn tlhanksL to the invitation
olnnlitte lor a colmplinlentary tilcket to the graoId
atncy dress and tnask ball, wlich is to be given
tonighlt at tile MelchaniO ' Institute for tihe belle
lit tihe relief fund of P'erseverance Exempt So
ciety No. 13.
]feering of the lackmen' on Benevolent Anna
elation.
It will be seen ly anl doertisement in tile epe
ei0 notice olamlt thalot a meeting of the tack
men's Benevolent Association will ibe held to-mtor
row evenlling. lBusiness of importance wnill come
before tihe meeting.
in
One 3More Unfortunate-Denth From an
O7,nrnownrn Currc fon
About e o'clock yesterday morning the neiah- he
bur]lood at thle corner of Rampart and Perdido
streeis was dituorbed by the outcries of the in- Dr
onates of hoase No. 7s Perdido, and upon pro
ceedinlg to tile spot the body of a woman was dis- pe
covered to be in iwell, ith evrerything to indicate nt
that slte hidcoleo tl her death by viclcence. The ii
twell its-lf was in the middle of one of those damp
('Ilocat y.rds so e lommon to this city, and the sur- sir
face of thie wter was scarcely a half a foot below
the level ot tilhe urroooding grouned. Tle moontll fat
of tile well was bhricked op, wao not a yard ill-i
length anod not more than a foot and a half ia
widtl. The orilice woe otrdinarv, covereod with a e;
strip of wide tlanlk, andt the toltgeo of a lrge Ioa
c iana tree woulld have lrnlmct contealed it frotl tile th
.oserrortioal ort a ecralc ubcerver. Tlhe nalrowness
t ti le tlrallce of tlr weoll and the fact that itrwasc l
genetr.lly covered, were both sutticiently positive ti=
f.t.ts t, isoco the Iresumption that the death
lmlth't have been acidtental. As for the toue, it to
wa's t cra0zy strotelre-hideous as to it, general it
appe-rtnce. oiad still mo0re so in thle charnletr ar l
the PI'iahs and tllatws ferom societ1, by which it hit
was is tclhticd. The tearec of thet.edeceaced was
Actutt eedte, at girl ttf litglric birth, who cnme to icr
is city with repetlable parents, about ten years her
t oi o (I e af the factd tl::tt ia not testilied to ii tn
tl!it her nd reverted f to that per;iod of hIer life it
bi.l a teav iheurs bht-f',r her death, and Ihe then the
st lted that she hind been betrayed from her hrlone. tle
n[ tid never rctu'rned. After her seduction and 1'h
ruin, it a eelnt retalirted a great aipse of time to epa
rednee her 1to th11e general level of thle nmes op
dLa ct,..,by whtom shie was et the time of her tr
death surroullllnded. Six mntthsl b -fore she lhand
bleen iaclee.rated ill tihe Wterllhousr e for disseolue- -
ncssof al;t iraclel, aodt e had just escaped tile O
rday le -area toc her death.
The evidence is that cite had been desponding A.
during the dat, Ibut ste appears, accrdeing to the Pe
witoes-es, to Ihave been more troubled because
she had nu gay applrel, than from oany oter feel
ing of remorse. A srhot time before she disap-l a
peared, she sent after anld drlank ai quantity of nu
liquor, lortd was last seen silirg in the opren ni tla
wnth her hair dowe )ter backi. ler absenoe awa s e
tot lnoticed until eartly yesterday rorning, wheln Mte
the discovery of the body with the feet upward so
produced tilhe exclamations and cri i to which we at
hoave allded. It ir phltaps wrthy of remark tit
that the frail sister wlo discovered ter body had at
only a short thoe previous attempted death b}y v
drowning herself iSt tie same well, and had with it
dilliculty been recovered. Ta
The inmates of the house were arrested and TI
yestcrday exaliuned before tio coroner's jury. ar
The verdict of tde latter body wan that the de- A
ceased came to her death at the hands of some hi
Sunktauown party; but an examination of the facts ut
matlkes it perhaps irmore prolhable that it was the is
result of ihra own act. Thlre appears to have S
been no illfeeling or difficulty, according to. all of T
tile woitrtrest, and the only,doubtful eircamstance p
f aboutl the latter is, that a suspicious chlraacter al
0was arrested, who had been prowling about tile a
premises for an hour or so, about the time tile
deed is supposed to hacv. transpired. As for the
t evidence taken before the coroner, it throws no I
light upon tile matter, and is not sutficiently intel- ra
iliible or interesting to. be worth publication, A It
suspiciorn of foul play seeols to haoe been raised F
o because there was not,te diticulty itn removing the c
d bloated body from tlhe narrow wall, but it re- r
d auired two strong meon to remore a hvilng bodyI
It leont O tto 01e orialle, whoto no I one -cUlt-t doubtI
ht Itad su iht d:ath cla '; her own avill. All of the wit
d nebse . ih were e.llilned were discharged with- I
oaut any suspiciaet of guilt.
Ae.reLenLt ont al Street Car.
S One of those accideont which paianfully reminh
-ht parents of tier duty ot entdeavoring to persuadt
their cdillhea fit-t;ll a totIIo tOao)lc pactico witlt bcyas
f juocritag eta the black nstrts of thIe rai! clran
Spastng tIhlrou)gh thie streets occurred on Ithe {ntut
tpaint street line vestclday, near Eagihie curorer,
A bay nototd Ulrich Iltrkhardt, whose ant re',tts
-od rou, EItlogthiea csreet, betwoeetn Lt)-. and
-ithn arterill teh-n . treets, was t e.kiag a ride a t hio
way I. hin· ,,i1t It ctahid if live ytcor t od at
s ot i e t k the ear Ihre0 w him off, and true ean
ttt segltle,. w:es th?.L (ane leg was buroltc" nal l the
th atier -ettltily crauised. Tihe poor littl , sftl re'
wa-s ti-a to ia ailn:tr'td parentse whert cmedical
a aid was prtmptly rendered.
htcNo t r- met .
on ,Fme (if o;r r.ck-op's are crtwde ,1 almost every
Ot tiht wth aill lthle-ooms as nlnld shelte rles, who therce
apty -lo I-r gitgs, and for tahe too eaO and feeble,
nililld lceasielly for tile stror n, tlhere lay tao
cot conic exctc; ; yet, at the asac ti me, it sthuld be
oar. enla.ouoroed that Otlladl ul oectt o nu woho th.bre
applly tor quartera have '.lt reo atly arrived inr
00- tow fronm thIe eouontry, are able and troeng, andi
tte that there is but littlo trouble it obtaining oeou
pation and employtr.ent on almost any farm or
the plantation. A .ely honest man may be occasion
ire- ally drivett to t place of refuge of this sort, hbut
00 parties whh tao freqnently return, wnhen here is
no easy q moonans t earitog a tivelihotd, we do
I by nut rpet to L tnru, arc fretluently rogc.t-Id as va-
grants by some of the recorders, and so deast
with.
Apropos of this subject, we saw a very od
Chinese, who has been livig in tSh city for the
tbot forty years, and who to well kbnoet by the
name of Peter, on he way to an eleemosyary r
= treat, where he evidently expected to en his
daye. Ile hab been employed a long time np on
the river. in one capacity or another, and he hat
been leot almost alone, by most of his countrymen
who have gone to sea, or reterned home.
very much fear that the mirfortnne a Chinese
most dreads-that of nIaving his bones ta a strange
land-will happen to Peter,
Vart·ras ILRPas
Apiece of cloth was stolen from a store at td
Grhorre street, by a negro whose name is not
known. The cloth n lo n frot of the store door.
Cotlsed Mitierva, aged nboeut yeare, Wa tfound
dead sin No. 30et t. Tomas street, of cisonic
diarrheal
The stoe store 0ig . RoRoan, No. 20" Croaman
street, was-entered si the night of the 4th int.
by bnrglaror who e sr.ed away about 40' pale tf
boots, shoe'end gaiters.
The Harts.
stags moTMar lamA e
In tide conurt yiterday, Judge Aeell presfdhlg,
the case of Patefik Johnson, indicted for me
slaughter, eharg.l to'harve beei Eommitters in
hilling jnrwa rd Hsrn, came osnfor trial. General
titrbson appeared in behalf of the aonsed, and,
statig lthanhe had aeesins tersgaged as eornsel
in the ease, and Ia-not bad time to inform bito
self of the natre of the evidence, and" could not,
ttbhe.fore, inomediately'go to triaf with jstiee to
his e(Fant, the court g.nted a conlinnance;
Chartes Beggs pleaded guilty no a charge of
arrelaSe a concealed wvapon, and was sentenced
to pay a fine of fee doflars.
seeoonDnrs CO.RTS.
F.o f)svTRrcsr.--Thos. Csnninghaetwas arrest
ed upoa the evening of the 15th, for taking from
the room of Theea. J. Bttalbrd, at the St. James
Hotel...-diamond cros0 breast-pin, valued at $150,
and $40 in currency. Thastatemeno-of Mr. Bin
ford, when examined brefoa'Reedder Ahern, was
tshat he is in the bosea of Lott, Wood & Co., on
osmmoi snreet. On Th mraCby evening he went
to the theater in compaisy with the accused, and
afterwnrds returned to the room, which was oesa
pied by bot. together. 'Witnsethenleft his shir
which contained the pi npoons a sharl, after put
tlog his vest and pocketbook under his pillow.
The door of the room was loee-ad. Thepin was
missing the nest morning,
Lieut. W. H. Manning swears tfhat when he was
inforlmed of the robbery he ind Cunningham
tckhod un andl searched, and a pin, identified by
Mr. Binford, was foundln the lining of Coannjg
ha's cap - also eeveral hills in c feral currnoyr,
ate. Mr. Cunningham will appear again at the
Filrst Distriut Court.
The case of Stephen Rigney who-wan eharget
by Rich Mettosoey with entring, his-premises on
St. Cthreis street withoat permission;on Novem
ber 7ith. twa referreed to the chief of police.
Alonz, 'lhilbun, eharged with fighting and dis
tnrbing the peace on the 3d of November, on
Thalia street, was fined $5.
lEdwiard Cox was accused by Mr. Faliteld of
threateinug his life on the lfth inst.. on Canal
street, and carrying concealed weapons. Fined
2 o50 and msade to give peacebondsfor eksc months.
The rase of Edmond Haysp, Pat Hay, Pat
Tracsy o:d Mary Tracy, charged with beating.
[,luising nand thumping Bartholsmewfaiotno on
tle 17th inst., on thle corner of Leneut and
Melpomene streets, was dismissei tero wet of
proetecution.
Foer lyisg. drmnk on the 15th on Orange street,
Thos. McGIlone was fined $' 50. P. SteiNrton
was discharged of'the same accusation. James
Downey, Asdrew Andersan and John Smith-eera
fitned S2 50 eacl,.
Ricihard n starett, colored. charged with din
tlrbing the peace on the 15th, on Gasquet street,
at 7 o'cloclk, by Winefred GnarneUll, colored, was
tlled $10.
George Washington, colored, John Bntchsr and
Lorenzo Brazil, were tned $5 each, for violating
city ordinance, on the levee, on Thuafsday about
1t'olock.
August Dowres was sent to the First .District
Court, on tse charge of forcing an entrance into
the room of Jolhamna Haggerty, an Poydrasoatreet,
on tile 6its of November, and there vloletly beat
ing her with intent to kill.
IIenry IHenden, colore, was fined $5 for violnt
ing city ordinances.
A. J. Alien Wm. Becker andJamesRonrk were
fined $2 30 each, for drunkienness.
ScEosn DisrTnCT.--Mary Williamswasfined $25,
for dtistulrbing the peace and keeping a disorderly
house.
I.. J. Wishlerr was fined $20, fordrunkenness, on
Dauphin stioereet.
Jaek Spenser was fined $10, for disturbing the
peance, ipon CrGosman street. Eva Wilson.for the
snlae, oil rOemn street, was fined $2 50: also, John
Kille aor thle nsame, oi Crossmsn street. t_
Kate Stewsard, for hcisgdrnsk, onCustomhnuse
street, was sent to the Workhouseeforninety days,
Test.nnIstntsc.--J. Neil and Mike Bnurkhart,
for inslslting and abusing Pat. Conner, wore fined
$5 each.
James Kerwin, who ihas a taste for pugilistic
ocsccies. which tsr wans guilty of displaying npon
I Lane s'l'ker, a victim of color, was fiant it for
tihe t les t.
Thilnsas Iurphy was drunk and oa.sive, and
whlles requested by the officeer to desist. showed
li-st. Fised i10 or ten days in Parish Prison.
tAllithew E:h.rd was so drunk tlat he onuld not
take clre of himsself. Corporal Kingsuman, while
Inlki' linis roundtl, found him in that condition and
c 'luu-t:L himl to the station. Tie reordlermuleted
himihi a V for trouble and lodgings.
SWiih tI.s'rices Scotlt, a colored woman, honesty
is not the ltse:t policy. A sable gallant captivated
her ichril, sllss she acceded to his, demand of
takisng him for weal or for woe. But.the lust for
coin ishisrrupted the happinues of the lovers, and
the loss of oeveral pistures on the part of her mis
tress, uecessi;tated an appealt to he recorder.
T'he i ulter regarded tlheir temptctioain an nnsym
palhi:iugs light ter FPrsIcesC and- he will have an
"l, portlaity ii tile Workhosse for moralizing upon.
tic dilsiffe ice between ssine aui,-ide.
List of dispatches remaiiinc. at the telegraoph
office for want of proper aodress: F. i. Fisk.
A. ID Sheldon, Richard Randolph &. Co., J. I..
Perry, Brevet Lieut. Col. D. bL Montgemr y.
The population of the isladof eCandia, or Crete,
is estimatec at about 300,OH .persons, tlf which
number, however, only 70,O00 are ttensul.men, and
the remainder, about 230,CtO, are Christ ains of the
(rcek race. Besides, a large namhn.r of these
latolmaetans are merely Otslekxreega'.le, who for
tome reason or other, cihfly. threugb intlftldation
at the time of the Turkish conquspe have ohanged
ttheir religion; so that ke progewion of actual
I Turso, or drscendanot of TeteF tithe island It
rvery smalU. The prepeoier ating icfiuence ofthe
S(reek element is provil br the fact inhat even the
Turkish inhabitante opeal; tle Greek language.
SThe Turks chiefly lirvoan.hh"vrdfled places, afew
are agrieulturalists, amangna others the so.called
Abadiotea, inleabitning the outlheastern slopes of
Ilount Ida, and whoweerao.t one tlmelooked opon
as descendants of thee Arhbs, who conquered the
e island in the year 823l Further westward, in
Sphekia, the inh laitoetsl have not sufbred any
if Turks at all to reside,, among them, and, that
e part of the corntry hling very mountainous nnd
r almost inaccessible, t..ey have been able toretain
a certain degree of irdependence.
, ytAPOLEON atD 'te I PoPr.--The T.lporal
,o P'ar to t C e f phle id.--The Berlin (,Oct. 28) cor
I- respondent of tse 'London Times says the pope
A has leen blformed any the Emperor Napaleon that
,d France .will uphel 1 lis temporal power against all
to crowns, ond reoc copy Rome in his name in case of
r- rebolli a. or inve ,sion. The benreref this import
ly ant meaessage as Cardinal Reissaeh, who lately
h paorsseib few w eeka in France, taid was commis
it- sioned by the Emperor Napoleon.to. acquaint the
h- holy father 0 ith his resolve.
The Spta'loh men-of-war are still at anchor off
Ciita Vect;iia. But not content with placing a
number of men and guns ao the disposal of the
oc pope. Qt eon Isabel has writt.n again to his heli
ns ess ,a t nothing would give her greater pleasure
thau tl be allowed to cede him one of her owe
pOIruv.nees, should her troops fail in maintaining
tHs i4 rUgal prerogative at Rome. Whlether the pope.
v wtae lioids himself suddenly surroanded by frienzds,
wt gill acciept the olffer Ocannot be foreseen.
ald The laore iron tanks for tlhe reception of oil in
tlce Th eoe egcioeo are the followiag cThe yiew
York and Allegaicoy Oil coimpany have t .rteld
Si ing about 11,01)00 barrels f; isher & Brnthller have
eve ete ies. being filled, holdiag t1io00 barrels;
erTideoute ned Warren Oil colmpany hluse ote hold.
iral it ngl ot 4.0a 0 barrele. while the Nerw vXork and
Iliuicc Ioe compcnlloy cave one nearly d one, hold
ing aboutl 11,010 barrels.
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ecry In the little miniong camp of Bir ehville, Cal.
here wlhero the entire taxable real prop erty does not
hbc, amocunt to $100,000, the incomes I' ,t year amonot
I edl to $140,1O. The numbehr of ursens having
Ithe tlis income will not reach fifty. peThis isan ave:
care roge of over $1800 ti the mon. There are six in
in c Sieic of over $10,000, andil two over s.0,000.
Tnd Tc largest incomr is $4.1 0, the seond $28 t10
;cu- This is a sp.elodid "hawl cg 'fr a town w ere
or cthe people are devoted a' most entirely to lpaier
ion mcining.
hut
Mis r. Bigelnow, lair ninister at Poaris, is said to b,
do eigaged in prco.t g ,ga work on the resonacea of
a- Fraunce.

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