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Heavy Haul. --A man named E. C Jones, late a Lieutenant in a company from New Orleans, attached to the Wise Legion, who was taken prisoner at Roanoke Island, but paroled, was arrested by policemen Perrin and Seal on Saturday and lodged in the cage, on the charge of stealing $10,000 in confederate Treasury notes at the Richmond House, from Peter Deane, a Quartermaster in the C. S. Army.--Jones will be remembered as the ringleader of a parcel of desperadoes, who, on several occasions last sJones will be remembered as the ringleader of a parcel of desperadoes, who, on several occasions last summer, manifested their presence in this city by various acts of rowdyism at the house of a cyprian on Cary street, which were afterwards investigated before the Mayor. We could not learn the manner in which the money was appropriated. If it is proved that he did steal it, an example should be made of him. Up to this time we have heard of no examples being made by punishing a single one of the many patriots who have helped themselves out of the public crib. The poor soldier fares badly if he