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?^aeiW nWaW? it Tb? H. T. ?Visas*?,
Warhini?to?, Ang, 5, 18G0.
The ax of proscription i? wielded vigorously by
lore Tretoiv t, ?"?naidering hi? advanced years and
Ihe siehry heat that prevail* here just at preacnt
air. Park.-.?, the Poatatuaater at Salem, Maas.,
whoso appointment was pretnrred amid much toil
?ad ttibulat-on by Mr. Lc-rnf, ha* been removed
?at tb??? iistitnee oi tbe said Mr. T-oring, and a per?
neo named Ry.tR has been appointed.
The editor of The Woodstotk (Vt) Agi, who
-ras a day or two ?inee Postmaster at that plaoe,
? rrtiiovfd. and a persoa named Hut 'hinson bas
heea appointed. Tax Agi. man ftvls tbe edge of
Ihe ax eu aecount of his supporting Mr. Douglas.
A r*r.te agent ift Ohio has ?brvn removed within
a day or two for th?: same reason.
Mr. Buchanan i* more uniueky aoout tbe poat
ofTi-'e offi?-.als at Kutland, Vt., than at any other
point rhfiu'i- has bin arrow sped and sped in
tain. Mr. k tn?* was removed for Douglas ism in
a-artrb last, and Mr. Hall was appointed. Tbe
latter having recently proved unfaithful, a person
named McTlaniel wa* appointed in hi* place.
jVow it- turn* out that Mr. MeDaniel left tow a to
nveet Judge Dong'aa on the oeeaaion of hi* late
vi?it to Kut aud, and rode about the town with him
hx proeession, and introduced friend?, ?\c. 60
at yt- Tax Rutland Cour'ttr,
Ollt KEl.ATUIXv WITH PEHl!.
I hear that the Peruvian Minister, who has gone
st? Kew-Yoih, is ingtruct??d by his (?overnnwnt to
return bonne in case our Minister at Peru, Mr.
Clay, fhonid si ?pend hi* relation* there on account
?I th? refusal of that (?overnmeat to comply
" promptly with the demands of our own.
IS it? X-KX-at. tl rreaa.
WavxnineTon, Aug. ?o. l&oo.
By ?he arrival of Mr. Dimitay, Secretttry of the Le
Ctvon to Co-ta Kica, tho important intelligence has
? brought of the full rp.'in ation by Consrre?* of tho
?grant of a railroad right to Ambroae W. Thompson,
it had been aubmitud by Pr-eBi?kut Montelegra to the
Katwaal Congret? of Cos'? Rica, and a most deter
?iiiid i tttside uppioBilion was iuei-poBcd, but ou the 4th
?of July it was approved by ti.e Houre of Delegates
with only two negative vote?, aud by the Senate uuani
bdoubIv. The ?/rant is for eighty years; th? roadway
x? to t? 200 yards in width. A strip a mile wide on
oath aide is set apart, and alternate sections a mile
sqmare on each side are donated in fee. The other al
tt--aeseii?onB?re roterved to the (? oyernment, but
an?qnal quantity of the public lands in any other
aawuon of tn* Il-pabli?, at therelation of Mr. Thornp
?xtvo, ais granted him iu perpetuity. Tbe port? at each
ead of the T?>ad are to be free ports throughout the
terra of the Rrani. The lo -_?ion of the road is to be
between ine Bay of Coronada ?mi the Grenada
?wondary hue on tne Pacitic. and the point ol Canta
aad ?aud boundary line on the Atlantic. Costa Kica
Oattm? a ?tb great jritttice as ber boiindaxy
a hae di-nwu from the Eacuada de Zeraga
on the Atlantic to the Point of i J urina on the Pacific.
Th it gives tin e whole of the lagoon of Chiraqui on
the Atlantic, and the entiie of the Gulf of Dolce, as
well as two tine baya in addition, on the Atlantic, on
wbiih to . tem imite th? roadway. The ro ? is
to 1* first-. Lia-b and the suiveys are to bo made
withiu two years and built six years .thereafter.
Tbe grantee is to maintain an efficient corps of police
all a??ti'g tbe hue, to preservo order. He has the rig t
to met and mu.n'ain public hospital? ai the termini.
The troops and mesa? ngers of the lioveroment are to
be famed over th? road free of ox pense, but no foreign
?troopo or mum i? ns of war are permittei to pass over
Jt witthout ?fotiseti* of C>ta Hica. The road cannot be
traoi ierr-d lo any foreign (?overnmeu?. ('? ntnict?
made ?by tbe grantee in loreign oouutrieB for service or
htU r, ?bail nave tbe same lone in Costa Kica a* in
patcee af their agreement. Costa Kica is not to ilis
La-B ? f any of her lands, or give titles therefor until
at? Tiao'uiiiou has seleced the quantity given in Leu
of the alternate settious reserved to tbe (Jovernment
on 'he line cf the road. A Charter lor the
IHirpose <?;' i igHii:z?tion is given by Cost?
Kca, win all the jiowors and privilege* as
?oiitttined in t ?- Ctrriqei Improvement Company's
tthar.er , granted l.y th<- otate of Penosylvania, six per
tent of uie uei rji-olita of the Company are to f?e paid
S-jnuali y Vu Coeia Kica; $00,000 are to be deposited
within ?.M yea: a* a guaranty that the road will be
fe-M'i' Tbi* is t?i be returned without interest as soon
as the i (?ad is completed. There i? no other tax reservt d
apon tb t road or mails passing over it. In case there
is anv ? isagreement as to the meaning of tlie article?,
the Hat prune Court of Chili are to be arbitrators.
Ii ia < ?? tide' ?-ti here to be ihe most liberal and valu?
able tai broad grant which has ever yet t-eveii made
msroto th e great Amencaa Isthmus, and a* placing Mr.
TsomptB u in a high and independen' poBitiou. He
svoids gr? n?a from JNew-Granada which cannot legally
he annul? d. though effort* have l?e?-u made to tuat
?aid, whil ? this of Costa Kica stands withont conflict of
H A da p? tch from Sidney, Nova Scotia, says the coast
Sriitvey ?U?mer biff, whR'h went lo Cape Chudleigh,
LabraBor, with a Bcientilic corps to obedrve the solar
tw'iiii-e.- i Le IS li of July, arrived h-re on Friday, and
al?r OH-rinf.', sailed lor New-York. It is undere'xrod
that th* o?i ps met will, gr?a, ?ucceae aa to the weather
?aad Uier> eb.ervation*.
Th? lortli Carolina Election.
Fitxr?bvb'-;, Va.. Saturday, Aug. 4, 18?*0.
Tha? retttinie from North Carolina come iu slowly.
hiker?ajorrity in (vrannviile County i? I.V?, and thi
iJemtv-t-iie i-ee-lame ticket i* elected.
Hei_?fo County is reported asa gain for Ellis of
Wao "en County give? an increaa-ed majority for
F.ltix, ; ?id tre Democratic Legialative ticket i* elected.
MaL: *_ County givea a gain for Elli*.
Cam tl County? Pot I gains slightly.
Ke?? Wanrver C?uoty? Pool gdns slightly.
oAng t County?Pt>oi gains %\%
i:< wttit Ceauty?Large gains for Pool, and Mr.
Kiabe- de teiiied for the ?Senat*'?a Democratic loos.
Wake ( V ?arty?Pool gains 880.
Firsyto t'oaaty?|Larg? g+jna for Pool.
Kan-aolp) i C-o-iLt*?Smdi gain for Pool.
UuUmt ifoBi Waalimgtoo, Cnowan, Perquimous,
lia*,?*? ?and TyrtJ. all in Smith's ?Opposition) Congre?
Btoiuxl Distri tt. ?-how a g ?in of over 400 for Pool aa
?taxes pared wi '?L the vote of 18-">S.
Pool, as far a? ; ear?I from, lead?' Ellis 10(J votea.
Oraim? Comaty??Pool I .?M*; Elli* 1.101?.
The whole < >*7P B'tion laegisiative ticket is elected?a
?min of two -aautUar '.
Ytzymb C-?anty?Ellis 1.374: Pool 40-\
BronflwWU Cosnty--Kllis 410, Pool 40-.
^ew-t^i?ri'?v???r County?Ellis _M9, Pool 713.
Samp?oB Ctount) - El!?? l,0:il, Pool -OSO.
Doblin Utroty-Kllis ,W, Pool 197.
Columba. County?Ulis s majority Kw, a IJtan?.
?*jgec*mb? County?Ellx gain* 180.
'Cartent Conuiy?Fbe Cpposiuon elect a Senator and
n. ?ab-jr of tie Commons, 1 ??.th gains.
t-liB gains In Mei kienberg, \\ ifxon, and Naab Conn?
? ni: i.vt-i st -KirrtRVS.
1 Wvawn C'ccnty?Eliit 884, Fool 1,240.
f, iuoy a Cou'ity- Ellia l.Oli, Pool l,?a.
K.. -wa- Couuiy -WUs 1,138, P.xil 1 0V?.
Me a-e:iberg County?Ellis 1.M9, Pool ?"?.'rO.
( ao an-1 Couu'.y--Pool's maioriiy aliout ?f?O.
Guii ?W??? County?Ellis ?*M, Povil .',J ?.
Aim- ??- County?Ellis 77J, P<?ol 7 Hi.
W*_- ?County i*>?tBpkt*,-?Ehis 1,400, Pool ],yjj; a
Ie..vv 1 **moci_iic loot.
Jiibnsc ? County-Ellis 1,134, Pool 8f?0.
The !o? ao? axd guin* are eelimated by the vote of
?s?ri be'w an BUissstd M?_Ka<, whan Eirm was ele?tt?d
ly \t) :i8.,. 'ihe gaias for Pool aie heavy, but insui
f.. .e?it lo at l**t ,D'* result. Well-informed partioo givo
ihe Sute to -?? DemocraXe by *,000 to 10,000.
He i?i ?li of ?L'liarleNton.
Watsiii.s'.iov, Aug ?, ]Wm).
'I'm Clare t"'i Co-irier reptorts the city entirely
free from fever, le-i-oiouj? report? to tho contrary not
t. H \ *; ? r?i II? Uni li ? r.
Ciacix ?A,l> riaturday, Aiigu*t 4. \Wt?.
Charles M-D ogal <* V* i-r? of ^wt?A McU?a,'
nal, TwillTTr ilier?.^ ?[ ??? i%i.*_?l'!^
B mg?, a? compa?a ' &*%* ^ W?? _ ?*?
stxtad -hat they took I V000 Maying lotiistu.
lie an-*n bar bean ?ol?'""""""Jp?**'* b*?'
m?me aad and a karge nW?"1' ?- We.ttrn pat
ONE DAY LATER FROM EUROPE.
AURIVAL? OF THI- KANOAllOO.
JL r&oroasp truce
DISTURBANCES IN ?MPLES.
KKPOHTKD PKACK IN SYRIA.
The Freni'ta Expedition (Hoppe?!.
St. Jolts'?, Mi 8., Saturday, Ang. 4, I8?i0.
The steamship Kangaroo, from Liverp'tol 25th, via
Qneenstown -.'?'? h alt, patted Cape Race at 11 p. m.,
Friday. She was boarded by the newsboat of the
Atsiveyiated Press, and u ?nrnmary of her news ?b
The steamship Anglo-Saxos, from (Jtiebee, arrived
a* Liverpool on the 24th.
[Hoch uf tbe Kangtvroo't report l? mti ?paled by the arritil o
the Anatraliain ? IE??
The House of Commons had adopte! a resolntioa
placing the mail? and other contracts in future under
the control of Parliament.
The Paris Hoarte fell i pet cent nnder Lord Pal
ineriton's speech. The Rentes cloeed on tbe I Ith at
THE SWIHS QtT.STiOS.
It was reported that the Conference on the Swiss
question had been indefinitely adjourned.
Tin: Tori.iTz conf?rence.
The Emperor of Austria arrived at Topiit.in on the
24tb. The Prince Regent of Prussia had not ar?
NAPLES AND SICILY.
Tbe Neapolitan? bad evaeua ed Menina, Mela/zo,
and Syracute, and were being transported to Nimle?.
It was reported that Garibaldi was preparing for a
descent on the main land.
Revolutionary demonstrations had taken plan at
It was reported that a conference would he held at
Paris .. relation to Syria,
The Porte had notified the Western Powers of the
conclusion of a treaty of peace between the Druse?
and the Maronites. He promised nevertheless to act
with the utmoet rigor again?: the author? of the mas
?a? ? i es.
It wa? reported that the Porte had protested ??gainst
French intervention, and that tbe expedition wa?
LATEST? Pio Queenstoirn.
London, July 26.- TU Daily New* City Article,
?lated Wedtie.ediiy eveuing, aay* the fund? to-day were
fit mer, and closed a', an improvement of ; per cent. A
rally occurred on the Paris Bourse this afternoon, bat
wa? no. generally known until the close of the Stock
Exchange. The other market? were alao rirmir, and
there wit* an almost general advai.ee in British railway
Advice? from Paris state that tbe firm of Granville,
in the hide and leather trade, had failed; liabilities
A Pari? telegram any? the Sardinian Government
consent? to support (?aribalii ia u proposal for a six
mouths' tine? between Naples and him.
The opening price* for consols to-day are 9.4?93$
for money and account. New Tlirees, 93J .. ?)3>.
Qi KiNSTovvs, aitith.?The steamship Edinburgh,
from New-York, arrived this morning.
The Kangaroo has 19 cabin and 245 steerage pasten
[The lOmn.rrf ial newt it mainly anticipated, the diipatch vis
ej'iri nnowi. hiving failed to cune to ba?a. |
Liverpool Al ark m s.?Brk 4 nan; us?Wakefi-ld,
N ?h k Co. report Flour advin ed ?d. and quote Ani'-n. ?u
If. i. is . U nr, ' firm, md advanced laid. >ln-e Krlday ; (mil
. rt demand an idditlont) advance, wbicb cheat buiiiieii: il"d
a? 10 ?.?ill/; White, 11,0 I!,. 6. (cm dull but ?teidy ; Miied
iikI Yellow ?tuera 31, ; VV hile, 33, ?tS4/
Ps<.viii?m. ?Brrf heavy. Pork dull. Baron quirt. Lard
booyaiit at til,6 for prime. Tailow q.iiet, North American,
EhODtc??Rctin tteady. it i.ttfi'Z tor comnon. Spi-iti
Tuip-i.tii e d mi ?t 81,. Sugar ttrady Cofler .toady. Rn ?
du:l. All..-? ill.ll, l'?t.. 1" .
London Market-.?Whuat firm, and 2/ higher
?ince Kriday. Si i?*h ?trad y CeMTM buoyant. Ric? firm.
Tb A dull arid an changed. T.ixlow firm at 52 9a53,. bifi-aati
L??Nii??s MoBBl Markht.?Th?- money market
wat ?i t?it I y eatier.
Amvri? iv 8rct RiTiEs.?Salee of Illinois Central
Mi?r.?at H4J diicount ; do. 7 p. r .eut l?ondt 831<?7t:, New-York
Central lhaiei '. I a 71 : hlie ?La. e- ltfa*).
The Great Eastern at Old Point.
Ot n Point OoMfOBT, Saturday, Aug. 4, 1800.
The Great E???tern paeee-d Cape Henry at 5 o'clock
last eveiiii.g. She was met and salutod by steamer*
crowded with passenger?. The ship was making
fifteen knot* an hour, beating all the boat*. The
weather wa* dejighiful. She arrived here at 6
o'clock, wL? n her salute was returned from the guns
of Fort Monroe. Tbe excitement here is great.
There were 108 pa?iv>ngers. At I meeting held on
board, complimentary resolution? were passed relative
to the ?hip, her officers, management, fare, Ac.
There haa been a grand time on board last night and
to-day, including music and a ball, and immense crowds
are now on board from Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Old
Clifton BfBlBflO, Saturday. Ang. 4, 18t30.
John I.. J. Dix ol Oenevaha* been elected I >'?!>-.it
to the Breekinridge State Convention for the 1st Dil?
uid of Ontario County, and Isaac Roy of Pbelps,
Pot ciiKin ?ii, Saturday, Aug. 4, 18t>0.
A National Democratic Convention held bere to-day
elected Daniel D. Aiken and Jame? Cutwater a* Dele?
gate?, and .lame? P. V??n Wagner and G. P. Pelton a*
Alternate? to the Breekinridge ami l?aue Convention at
Batavi \ Saturday, Aug. 4, I8C?0.
The Bre? kinridge and Lane County Convention to?
day wa? well attended. Dr. Win. M. Sprague pre?
sided. Wm. (!. Bryan, OflOj., was elected delegate to
the Democratic State Convention at Syracuse.
Syracuse, Saturday. Aug. 4, 18?'?0.
Tbc- NMfli curt' ni in some rural Don<-la* paper? and
copied into the Republican papers of this place to day,
that tbe Green (Democratic) State Convention called
for Angust ?, Would l?e adjourned to August 15, is en?
tirely unfounded. No ?u?h arrangement is contem?
pl?t? d. Tbe present probabilities are that the National
Dirtioiiacy will pruned with '.h- r liuain.-t--'.
l'i i< a, Aug. 5, ltS-iO.
Brown II. Williams was elected resterdny by the
?Mreckinridge and I.anc Democrats of the 1st Assembly
District of ( n.elda County to the Syracuse Convention.
Tbe Trouble* at Oeeoqnan, Va.
Waihjni.ion, Sattir?Jay, Aug. 4, 18(30.
ibe Republicm? of OflflOflJBflB have declared their
dete rminaiion to reivrect their Lineoln and llamlin hi
erty pole-, and a conflict is anti ipatotl. Tlie national
atitliiritie? have been con?ult?-d, and have Uken mea*
are* o? bave the right* of the citiwnaof Occoquan
protected; but the Republicans have no faitb in ench
BgMsflBBB since tlieir property wa? doatroyed in tlie
pre ronce of Got. Letchor'? Virginia militia.
Encape of a Porger from Out oily.
Pull ADK.' I'HIA, Saturday, Aug. 4, I860.
I ol. J. P.ochanan Croas, the noted forger, e*c?tp*d
from Lhe flflfllodr flf tipatni* Porter this morning, while
on the way to CotUt to lOOflfOfl ?entente. There ie no
MM a? yet o? tj?h whereabouts.
lire in ?liil.ir ? Mmn.
BoaroB, Saturday, Aug. 4, 18b0.
'lhe large subbt in Maiden OM.BM by the? Barrett
heire wa? horned tni? moriiiug, with *'* horses. The
lower s'ory was is-.df ,r Lb. storage of logwood and
chemical? fora dye houn. LnOJ BMVl parti illy
SahaTo?. t, Saturday, Ang. 4,? IfldtX
TLe trot betwnn Hrown D?ok und Kthan ?i'lt-n ha?
ItAju //MBpvjie* BBtii MojKtoy, the Uh, at * ?., j?. *. |
The wltiiai? In Wellington.
WtsHiii.TON, Sattnlay, Vig. 4 18(50.
Th* Zouaves arrived at ?. ?.'rroe?" thi? Momin*, ?_h1
were e-eorted by lit? Washiiia."on Light Infantry to
Mama a Ilote?, where they nr>akfast? d, uid look the
rentrer f?,r Koint Vermn si 8 o clock. Th?y will
rettirrt it VI o'iV? k, and utMT dining will vis" the
Prrstdrnt. and *ub*ef|ueatly drill iu froot of the City
WlSHINOTON, Aug. 5, I8?j0.
At the tomb of Washington the oeremony con*i*t??d
of a dirge, performed by the Zouave Band and the
?Wine Band of Wntbbgton.
The Zouavr* dined at Brown's Hotel, and then pro?
ceeded to the Executive Mand?n to pay iheir re-po^ts
to ihe IVridf nt Cpon airiving at the White llonan,
th*y, with their Baltimore ?wort, marched into the
ea>t room, and took their position to receive or be re
?viv,d hy the Chief MBgiatia'e of the luition. 8o?n
after their arrival tho President, accompanied by Mias
Lane, Actirg Secretary of War Dri-ikard, A**i??unt
Atta-rrey-Oeneral McCalmont, Assistant Secretary of
Slate l*re?cott, and numerous otthera of the army and
?liier department*, entered the room, and were re
reived by the Z'luavea with a " present arma" never
before wiUiet?ed in the Whi?e Honse.
The cm mon v in the East Koom wa* quite i'lformal.
The President, after introduction, inf. rmed Col. Ells?
worth that be observed in the local papers that his
?orps wa* to drill in front of the City Hall, and
? boughl the ?eledion wu? a bad one, and tendered t >
?be Colonel the privilege of the miigniticent lawn
(onlh froit of the White House. Col. Ellsworth re?
plied that he would take great nlr-asure in drilling hi?
corps in presence of th* Chief Magistrale ot the nation,
and SOtisntii the invitation. The Zouave? immedi?
ately proceeded to the lawn, and the President and
suite and friend* took a p? sition nr?on the south portico
and wimeiised their drill. Col. Ellsworth was intro?
duced to Mirs Lane before leaving the Kant Koom.
The Zouaves wen* through but it small portion of
their drill, in ( onseqoem ? of the limit-l time allowed
ibera ; bui it was wondt-rtnl !o the President and ihe
WoBfiingtoniun* gen? rally, army officer* in? lnded. The
President, who had been wilne-taing ihe drill from tho
portico of the White House, descwnded to the Uwn ami
adCretstd C'l. I'Tsvvorth'B command a* follows:
CmiBM .Soi.MBKit? I feel my?.'!f?reallj honored by thi? ?lait,
?lid I ? i tend to \ ? a ii cordial welcome. Ina ?err emliMnit d?gree
1.... are b?neft,ior? of the country. Your excuraion baa brun
prolonged. You ba?e vitited on vari?os . i-.i?>, anJ I h .v? bo
doubt vourexirusle lui ?ufim-dtbe militar,' ipirvt into th? people.
I ihlrik yr,;ir drill I? ailniralil.? for It? pnvciaion. I hare never
i?m aiijtliint ?ikr it any part of the world. You oiJat have ex?
pended a great deal of labor to arri?.. at the perfection you ha??
attait ed The rrg'iLir army of the Catatad Stitr? i? comparatively
itBitll. It never ran be very large except In lime of war. What
w? have ii admirable. Nothing .-an be better. Rot the peopU
In this country mn*t be pieptved tlii-ni-Hve? todefrud th*lr own
ristlit n and libertlt ?. anil tlieir own fireside? an.l their altan. And
what?-ver tend? to indue- a military inlrit among the pr-'pie, and
render them cap*v'le ot ?tending Mutt agaloit the world to araia,
that ?I ?uiely patriotic, thai la turrly i..-i?-ti<-i ?i to tie- Datiin.
to the whole ci.ontrj : and therefore, in th? . ..ni versement of
tk?ae remark?. I railed you " public beue'a.-tori '? The la-?i'.ie?
of U.ioniotioii ?a ith whlh any number of men .-an be trantported
to a piint of altura bring! the armv to th?derVn?e of th? rountry,
atany lorality Ii th.y n.e pr? p\r.-.l i? y ?< ? ? e.to.i.fend tycoon
try wc may defy a vorld in am.i 1 'haut you, tnilleiiitm tor ih?
honor yon bav? don? me npon tl.i? .? t-i...i 1 wi?h SOS from
m? heart prosperity and happiii??? in .very relation of 111? In
which you m ?y he nia . il 1 with yo? peace, but if war ?ho>.ld
r-oroe I know where von will be tnund?that i?, in the Iront ran?,
battling ?. " -t the enemy.
The Capta in of the corps, C?d. Ellsworth, tliea ap
pri m hi il the Pr?sider!, and siia!
Vick V'tiKMlVi'i?P.rmlt .?__ to tojr to too that we ire
det p'y teniibl? of the honor yiu ha?? done a? in permitting OS
to make tbi? vi.it, and ?r ihall e?te?xui It t? %at niiiong the ?rry
miny pl?M?*nt retnllectioni we ?rr enablrd t? rarry naoX to oir
\Vr?lem home?. Yoor kindly r-lso.,?? wi? ?>a r?mnnri?r?J by
ui it long aa oar memory l??t?. Havli?r ws?t returned from a
visit to the tomb of oor hrlnvnd VlV-ag-oa witlial) ourptfriot
i?n. ard love of country ..wakened ay t?>- retlecU?.ni lui lib-it to
the vi?ii?the ret-nllection and contemplation of the glori?os
dr.-d? and ?a. rid. ?a m?.!* by that nol.le band of R*vr lntlu.iary
niart? ra that gainrd lor ui the Hnerttef we eojoy?wr> tho'ignt r
paiticultrly appropri?t? that we ihould call upon you, the
repretentail?e of Uieie principle?. Yon were kind eowigu ti
refer, Sir, In very flatt.-rin. term? to our connection wltn the
militia. If we ran only te.l the at?uraric? that we haveit. any
way coatribnted toward eaUbll-ltDg or a?*?kening, by the In
trrdnrlirn of a drill ?oiuewfaat .novel, a ?ptrit of mlUtary ditcl
ijlii.e in thi? country, it will be an annple reward forfttll the labor
we have onderg. ne. A? cept. Sir. on Ii. half of my c . miiiand th-.
atiiirance of our retpectf jl regard for you. Sir at the (hi-! Kxe
cutlve otri.-i-r of the nation. In whi. h we are juit rntehng upon
o.rdt'?? aa i-itU?n?, and under wbn-h we consider it a very
h'lh liorii.r to lie oddrr??rd a? ?ill/?"! ? lll-ri I tru?t yon? Ex
relien.'? ?ill pardon our untidy appearme,- A'lowaii'e? mo?t
be n.itde toi tliia ou accant o? lb? heat o? th? day, and the con?
tinued uaohii'if we Im? uudergnnr. Whit we haw- |vne
tl mugh ?villi on lliiio?.-. ?l'on i? bot? portio-mf our reg.i!_r drill.
but it waa th.- b>-?t we c uld do under the ? ir-oruat. ji e?.
Thb Fh??iii?>>t?\V ell, I think thst aiie-iuch a display aa
yon have mad?, it ii rtther BBS act cf tup. .-?rotation to make
This cereniouy over, Col. Ellflworth projioessl to
give three iin.es t-eveu cheers and a Zouave for hi?
The Pr? rid'n? then retired to tin- balcony of the
White Ilo'in-, al'er a polite Low, when the coni|?ani?M
resumed their position in line.
The ZouaviB next marched to the City Hall nnder
a roili'ary escort, wh?-re dense crowds were in woi'ing
lo receive them. There they merely went throngh the
manual of arms, being closely pressed hy the excited
The Zouaves left here at ... o'clxk on Satirdiy
evening for Kaltimore.
rVoii'.lrrivnl of the < ?tnt.<tian.
Fai ui.ii Poisr, July ?'??SjJ?I p. m.
Weather clear; no signs of the <'iiii:i?liiii, now due
\vi?h Liverpoajl d?tes of the Mh, and ^?ndouderry,
The steamship North Briton j>.. ?- .1 down at mid?
night, bound to London?!, ri i und ljverpool.
a III i i ?-al i:ii?I? rn oil' t mu? poli?.
B ll.Tl.vniR! , Allg. o. l><6tj.
The s?!eiimer (?rent Eastern arrived off Aunipoli? at
o o'clock tiiis afternoon. Four steamer*, with large
crowds of exiiirsioiiietB, m?-t|her down the hay and re?
turned ?his ev< liing.
The ZonaveB left at S o'clock via Pittaburgh.
Abduction or the Klce < 'hi I ?I at
Boston, August.?, 18tl0.
The Rice child, custody of whi-h wtiaconieaied at
law by ihe father and m^'her, Rnd dece?i?ed Ui favor of
Ihe father last week, wa? abducted from a pri 'ate
school ?it Nahant, by three men who were ?biigui-ed on
ISalurday, who menaced thi tna-ier with a duh. A
reward of *.r>(?i! was otf.?rpd fiy the father for the ar
reFt of the abductor. Mhkerson, a stable-keeper, in
this city, wa* arresud to-day on a rhuve of being one
of the ahdnctore, and put nnder f 10,000, to auswnr
to-morrow. Mr. Pice live- in Haltiinore, and his wife
was formerly of the Thorn! ke family of tliit city.
Considerable excitement exist? in regard to the matter.
Mr. Ilu-- v of Haltiinore was killed at Ex?*t*r,
N. IL, on Sa'urday. by being run over by the cars.
He was en route lor Portland with his family.
Storm ui ?*!?! iii_ll! III. III.
Chi? ano, Sa'urday, Aug. I, 18i?0.
A heavy rain-storui, accompanied hy terrific thuuder
and lightning, ' :.r?ed ovr SpriiiKfielii, III., last night,
completely demolisHi'1' \\ itfu-rs s curriaee mannfiic
lory, and des?roying a large number'if ?curr'Hge*. Libs
istimated at tlb,(fiA). A number o! ui.tiui h> d build
mgB in various juirts of the city wore considerably
damaged. It waa imp.ss'ble, however, to obtain any
ettimate of the amount of damage. There were no
Lot im ii i _? .\\im-. ,'., MbV
W. B. (Miftcn, of the lirm of James, Hewitt ?V Co..
t? Liverp?K?l, died bere ye?tirdiiy. leavingmaniiini't? 1
all his slaves, four back bads of whom attended the
funeral to-day a- chirf mourners.
There have been several (VaHS of sun stroke to-'bty.
HiMii-ios, ('. W.,.S.i?nr,!:iy, Aug. I, lS?oO.
As the Toronto train wa* leaving here tbi* afternoon
die b.iler of the loioii.otiv?. explod.d, tbriwing the
?Lgiue :uid tendf r oil' the track. The engineer wa?
hrtii-ed, and the ?reruan scalded, but none of the pas
teugers were ii jured.
Ti NT Phi ai-hiv,.?The Rev. Dr. William- of Mis
?ouii j?<sterday at Ij p. m. spoke in the new and ele
i/ant t?-nt 'it the jundiin of llroaiway and eighth ave?
nue, near the Central Park. About throe hundred
wer* convened, the assembly mad?i up in large propor?
tion of women and children, sotM in arms, furni.-hing
an occaskuiRl bawling interlude. All l?ore a gnneral
look of reijet-ciahility, bnt i! nijuired no practiced eye
to note that !he class for whom the leader? of !he move
men? assert H i* esp?( iu'ly designed, m?me1y, those not
in ihe habit of attendinc (hurcli anywhere, were not
unr/pres?nle?f. 'Ibe seals circle round iu usual tent
lnrLinii, o?.e ?nove aiioiber, ?ix de? p. The plstfurm,
raia"d a foot and a lull, was iniiin-d with children,
while a psx tty litue barefoo'.ed girl stood iiiciiajeajnely
'I here were retrnlur rervi'???, the hviuua being
'? lined,' mid h dtssannws [men hv Dr. Williama whi h
WS.* very well. Hal mMMMM*. However, eapei i all y iu
prever, ha? u little of the " hurJ-ahell " sing s ng,
" hurp-of a thoiis.-uid-sXring?," ???e-iaw, her. -we go-up
up, 'aiio-ihme-we-g.r-rlijtvn-dowii s'yle, that doe? not
i.ati'i .liv impiovetbe i ul>, ? t m:.: ?-r. AtU-rtbedis
<<'tir?-e, pra)er wa? oll?re?l Ly ihe Kev. liaac V'm
D? un, who is oast '.?.'> yearrof a.'e. The m?e!'.ng wa*
Bobat-quently conduct id alter tlie model of th?; Kultou
??reel pruytr met-tliii.'*. There wa* ?/-ri.-r-.tl ."??lorler.
lb- ti nt i* aduiirahiy locnted for tit'design ; and we
would "ill. Bi.kgesl to the couductos ?.'?, .1...,^,,, ,.,??
"mnninii the tiling iul" the gmnnd," by pro ira?; tin g
th* ?.: ? i'-vr to an undue length. i
THE LATE HRE VET-MAJOR PAIRCHILD
FUNERAL? OMIQUBi TO-DAY.
Rr.MlNlfCINCE?4 OK Ml \i. ?N BATH-aCS.
At a meeting of the members of toe Scott Life Guard
and oltirer? of the various regiment* of the First Divi
aona held at the armory of Um 8th Regiment, Centn
Market, on Saturday evening, CcL JaanC. Barahaa,
Chairman, and C?pt. Inne?, Secretary, a Commitne of
fonr app in'eJ for that parpon, c?ri?i?ting of Major?
Ball Ksrnsworth, and Ward, and Lieut. Brown, re?
ported reaolntions of retpect for the virton of th? de
r. ?ted as a soldier, chuca, and wmptinim, and of con
doU-U"? to bis widow and relative? : .7 their irreparable
los* A vote of thank? w<u presented to Maj -Gen.
Sanford for his tender of four cm panic? to partidpate
us an etc Drt in can of the non-cUtonton? e of any bat
talioo for that pnrpon.
Tbe following programme was then adopted for the
The member? of the New-York Voiuntei.-t (Beott Li/a Ouard)
will meet at th? Armory, No. 4SI Brotdwa-r. at LI o clack, aud
thi-ni e proceed In ful! uniform to tbe Ci.y Il?ll, from which place
the funeral iMtrtoge will move at 2 o'el? ?k. The Volunte?? will
,u-t a? guard of honor
Tor ?uniting m?inber? o? tbe New-York regiment will parad?
-m.ir.- command of Lient. Potter
( ocupar in and rttimenn of the Pint IMvialon of the New
York ?tat? Miliia intending to parti- ?pate, are reque?t-d to
report tl ? u.telve? to Col. barihaiu. at lae Uovertio.-'a K.?o?i,
fit? Hall, befar? 1?,'clock.
lhe following gentlemen will act a? pall bearrrt: Brevet
Col? rlomhani, Kavnor, ?nd 8iiiiniw*y; Brevet Lie .- c. I
Dy.-kni'iii, hievet Mtjori Kirotwo.tb ffall, T?yli ; and Iunet,
Bid Captain? ?tenth Lovell, (la/land aad Book. CUrgyn??!?? the
Rev. Metan. Arn.it??.. aud Htrvk- .
Lodge, of the VI.?oui. a-.d Odd fellow fraiemitir?. of which
the ii.-. ei-ed wu i meuiher, lntentllng to tat? part ui tbe ? b
quie?, tail! . ..iiiinai.i-ite ttllh Coi B-rubaui.
The funenl cf lb? Ute Brevet M.jor Morton Kalrchlld ot tb?
New-York Volnnteert will take place frooi tie City Hill on
Monday, the ?ith ?nil., it Z o'clock proclaely. All thxvrwho
?rived m the army Bud navy dui'ig 'ne late Metiran e unpalgr,
and now reildinr in th? city, are invited o attend, and will re?
port to Lient. Jt'iie? II. Potter at IM o'clock, in front of tb?- City
HalL The niembert of the New-York Voluiiteer? wdl ?pp-tr 1.1
cittiec'-drett, ?ttr.ng their niednlt. The difterent Loigeiof
K. ?i i A. Maiom. wlm intend to larti'ip???bi tbe lunertl <-?re
motiiit, are rt>ai*Med to be it the (?ovemor? Room promptly it
2? ir. JAME.-iC. bi;RNIiAM,Brt)vetCoL?TY. Volt.
The Bcolt Life Ooard will meet at their Armory on Monday,
at 12 m. J. IIOBART Walt I) Ceaptatln.
Th?: career of Brevet-Major Fairchild wa* brought
the more prominently before th? public a few year?
sine? from the fact of a Committee of tiie Common
Council awarding him the gjld ?nntt'-box, which, by
his will, Gen. JflBBBM placed in tru??t of tbe City of
New-York, with directions tha? it ?hoold be presented
to that man, being a citi/en if New-York, who ihonld
roost dirtinguish himself hy hi* bravery in the first
war thereafter wi'h any i'j;-e'gj nation. Daring tbe
Mexican war, he vva* C'ap'nin of Co-r.pn.'iy 1 ol tne
New-York Volunteer?, ami was in six e-jgagemento?
tlie sUge of Vera I'm, BM bavin o' C ro (?ordo
(wounded), Contrer??, and Charuba?:o (wounded), the
storming of the Cflfltlflof Ch?pu!tepe\ the Garita de
Be'itn i wounded , aid lhe entering of the City of Hu
ico. <?f the companies comprising '.he New York
York Volunteers, and nnnilierrog ah Mt eight han ired
men, his wa? the Urges?, having been l??r mmtered
into MTvic??. Pnvio'.s to th?- orgauiralioii of the
BOfllBMj on Saturday night, florarfll of ni? old compan?
ions iu ara?, who v ..re pre-ieut, indulged m reoi.ais
11 ne.-of the deceased ihriug'i the wa- wiui Mexico.
Coming fresh from Liion who partic-oated in the
events they narrate, one or two may prove of iatereet
to our r?a. era : On tho tint i..y ot Unding a? Vera
Cruz, about the rtiddU of March, 1847. he, with hi*
company, was ordered to take a maga/.me i" ,-ui the
Mexican? outside the city. lav whole company
staritd ofT through thfl wood? in lnd;aufi!ai,iuid having
gone :il',nt a mile a tiring wan heard in advance, when
all ball?d, " ('.it.'-nu, we ire no' loaded. Prefixing
the conm an?l wiui u, habitual phr.??e, h.: s tid, " Men,
stop ?md load.' They wetr on till, emerging from t'-ie
woods, an?! cornil g to the ruin? of ??ManaM. a negro
nirhed out of ?ome bn?hes BflBV by and rhonted, " Dar
dey are, Captain. ' The company came te a halt, and
th? word was given to " Ready, am." (0 ir narrator
here ?topped to remark the tin? was L?a tirsrexpe ieun
on th? tinid as I soldier, and bfl felt, w he had reasou
lo believe novices aim is: invaria'dy do on such occi?
si?n?, a desire for leave of absence; or, to use bis own
words: " I ?jail never forg.-t that m my life. 1 was
watching eager, v for some on? to move. Had any
done so, I should have BOOBBBai thfl motion in d..'b!"
?puck time.") It wa? nippoiei tbe enemy tvoild lie
upon them in a moment, as the tramp of men was
heard who wer? breaking through ihe thicket, Bad
when th? company saw no movement bthe branches
ol ?rees close a' hand they would have tired, but for
one aan exclaiming that he raw an ArnoiiVan uuiform,
when dire? tly it was observed tha; they were the
Pern sylvanianr .-e'tia-nuig BOM the e.veeu'.c.u of an
At Cerro Gordo ilarge hills), Gen. S?tt i?sned that
remarkable order that the attack should ominenre at
daylight; at the hour of 10, tU MflMB tcoald be en
route, ai.d pursuit wonld b? had until the recall was
sounded. And at 10 o cl>:k, the rout? actually took
pia.e. During this engtgecieut, Brevet-Major (then
Captain? Fairchild, with par's of flBMB eonipanto*
joined ?o his own, was ordered by Col. Biker to Utke
a batterr ti four gun? from the enemy. They advanced
,.i'.| i. ? 1 it, and i> ni.- ?iisa .?me. ?d from tie miin
body if tbe uruiv, -tii.l ir m this cause) were for a f??..v
niinu'esin a kfi d of bewildered ?-?te, not kuowiag
where the rtet ?if the army wai. or whst they had ac?
complished, .lnatai tins time, Gen. Twiggt w?isseea
?ip[iro;ic!',it)g, mounted on a horse, a Mexican s'.ra-v hat
on his Id-, "I, a ?Mextcan drum on his shoulder, and a
Mexii an lance in his hand, with hi? long grav hair and
beunl streaming in the wind. He ordered the men.
coiieis'ing of abont two hnnlred, to follow him, and
tbey would take 8anta Anna. At the conmand. they
??arted oil on tu.? run, till ;..??- tame in -:glr of Siuta
Anna? b<)dy guard, of some four thousand mounted
lancers riding rapidly away.
As the 200?'urae up. Gen. Tvviggs ordered them to
open on each side of tiie road, ?o that the two piece? of
living artillery, wh.ch were coming up, could tire iuto
the enemy. The moment af'ter finng, the enemy
liav nur got oh! of range, the me.i would form agaia m
the ro?c, and renew tM cha???. And ?o th?y continued
on nrt less tlian I.? miles, .'ulting at interval? to fire
upon the Moxi.-an? the men all ?he time keeping in
a?lvance of the artillery and dragoote; in fact,, the
bora? s conld not keep np wi'h ?he men. The wonder?
ful power of endurane? mnuife'ted in this pursui' is
pet hap? in a goo! dec-re?' OflflOOMtfli tor from the fa Jt that,
Company I. wa? ma-e up in a large regree of New-York
tirem?-n, and <>f c?mrse had DflflflBM MflBfltflOMd '?ilong
toutinurd rtmuiiig and other exercis? ; and tb?>ir ex?
ample inspired the reft. It wa? acknowledged tha?,
had it bt-eu any other portion of the regimeat, this feat
would have been impossible. Many im-tan:?? of
the d?ceased'? bravery w-re revited, the men ander
his i< ma-ami ?pe.iking of him in the highest term?, and
with a no. ?1 deal of feeling. For several years he b is
beeu an officer in th? CrMBBB*HoBM| ottin ?anition ue
h.-id at the- time of hi? Math? He leave- a widow, an
only son having p-riehed m the ill-f.ited WAlIi"r
N it?u agua expciition.
iiKl in ?I'll ?i! Ilflflflg naBlM IBcCBBMOBUM-*
iHiu | ?tr.s icite- i ) n,
I .a.-?, ?veiling. Offic-r McCiary of the KifJ- Precinct,
at the instance ,,f Kire-.MarMial Baker, arresred thre?'
young men name Mo' n BahBflflflt, *Lts .Sk ! tl, Wa. M.
,)..!,um u, and Ainilf H-rger. charged with f-loni-nis'y
lirug the building No. 116 Chirch street, Ofleafl?fl?M
a ? arpenter ?Imp.
It appears that at lij p ??ox k on Saturday, Round?
man McCiary and Dthier Mcdary bro'hers) of the
Fifth Ward Police discovered sm? ke ir- jing trOM tlie
building, B'id utvn entering the nr.-tiiise? they loind i
large piled shavings on tin-on BflflflflBBd floor. W'h
out tsking time te give an alum, ?hey gM Bhflflfl ex
tingiiisiiitig the lire, and -ncc.vde"! in etampiag it out
with their fret. While Ho en.'sg?^, they he tri some
KfaBB groan as if Ually inj.ied, and upoi lookiug
alxitit diecover.-d a ?JOMBJ ma', lymg a' the hoMflM ?if
the Imsement stairs. He ?aid that h.- had fallen down
and broken his hack, but MhflB ojnofllio'itai ahuMthl
tire ???id he knew nothing abont it. Th- police con?
veyed him to the Hospital where he rn .?.ived proi>er
atnntion. The dis tors s tid tlut hi? spine wa* hurt
and that be was injured ini. rually.
The- Yin Marrbiil wa? notiticsl, and upon iuatituting
an examination, obtained some fact* tiiat led him to
believe that tlie young man who wa? taken lo Uto
lloBpiti.l, and who g tve hi? name a? Skiff, h id set dr.
to the place. In lb.? morning an officer vvasdi-p?itarh.??l
to the Hospital, wi?h a re.iuest that the D.s tor* wouM
d-tain Skill, bat the f.-Uow wi* non ci' inotntot. It
sul4*.?|?i<triily ai.f eared thi'. he hid . r-,.? oflfl of the
ward in winch he wa? confined, and eec.ped from tin?
I nr. mi lion In Imping thfl Ho.-i.itii wall.
.??crg.-aiit Smith, with Officer l'aie ,. ?i MflCJMJ
nndei .I,rOBBOBBM Cspt. Hutching? forthwith ins'V
tiltedM-urcfa, and hwt evening fourni them iu a low
plat?. Th? prisoners told very contradictory s a-e
Ui.m? in i'giu.11?. tlie mailer, and wen locked ui ;.,i
In i I.?-, ? x...|.li,:,'l. I:.
UK? IB ?I.' ??M? At I SI
Al IfJ o'clock yenerday, I liie broke ?iu? in tha eel
lar tf heMflfl No. 4'.H)i Seceiid avenue, occupied hv
Win. r'letchsr A Co., MBMtrpMtMr BBo?? I?.
**'?j0. Ii.s .red in the ClthMM' Company.
ciunoe is j.'-rmii-h.-r*. 8mm,mwmmm,
heretof? re conducted by Mose? Y. Bflflflll A Son?, has
leeen ?old t<> otli?r parti??, aMi will lie nndt-r the mnu
agement of Mr. William C. ?flJIfflt, lately MMaaMM oi
The N-tt-York ?kroni.i.
D.bixl Milto? ?un ai? AroerrixsHir.?*' Th*
lovarsof hterty,' rav?>4l to atten-**-**? "aaaataary,"
No. I?* firat ?t.-e.?., yfi?u-?ay aooraing, aanat have
t*h tbi? fenthnent faotnewbat TB?selv ignored by th?
policeain a ? nfor? ?d requer?s to small squads, as they
t'r ui time to lime relie,-.?d, to " move ?on. ' Tia?
" Boartyr" was on haad with bis dtociuaiants, and, as a
b-tatandar remarked, wa? really " a oonversible and
nirs-Iooking man." He claima to be a " Christian
l*raelife'?follower of Margaret South-colt, th*
" Itonett of th? Proph*?. Daniela Tild?n'?and udfiore?
to th* peciihar ?ostiun? of that sect, which seema to be
a refinement, nlmogt up to t-be foppish point, of tho
Shaker?. Tbey appear to obey to the tetter the inj unc?
tion in regard to njt maning the corner of their bear?!?,
while th? hair isallowid to remain oneut. and, in an
ingenion? mode, is drawn up at the ends and tucked
under, so a* no*, at all to he on th? neck. Altogether,
ibl* ?ongregadon is the roost singubir-looking that eau
be found in New-York, yet, wiihaL re*p? table and
remarkably cleanly m appearance. Daniel claim? to bo
the lawfnl bead of this church, but has been ousted on
the ground of insanity. II* w?s armed with docu
menU the moitnniqn* in their way m<d* up for tho
most, part of extract? from the Prophet Daniel and
Book of Revelations. Here is a specimen from
a brosdside called " My Two Witaeasea," and datad
" D?y of tbe Son of Man:" "Opening of the third sea]
(18?i0). When He had Opened the Tnird Seal, I heard
the 'lliiid Beast (Face as a Man) **y, Come and See.
And I b*held, and Lo ! a Black nrnrse ?Fa-nine); And
He that Hat ou Him bad a pair of Balance? in his h uni
(Law and Gospel), a Measure of Wh*at (Writing* of
.I.anna Souihcoti) for a Penny (Law), and Three
Mt-asnreeof Barley (Writings of William Shaw Oeorgij
Turner, and John Wroe), for a Penny IGoapel). Ami
see thou hurt not th? Oil and the Wine (Word and
Spirit). Some of the greatly repufT-id hterary w?vik
lbs should (oeur? him as a poetical contribntor. There
is pith in his lu:?s:
" If th.. i tbouldtt fail to And tro? reit
la ? ajt.'i, tho:.'it find it not la lv-aveo," ke.
Next Sunday he purpose* taking a hall to speak in,
where policemen cannot interfere to dispree the
crowd, nor an unruly flock " tear his garments from
his body." ^a._
AccidiivT,? On Saturday night Mr. Auen, Purser
of the steamer A ia, fell through a sky-light at ?he
Atlantic Hotel, Jer?ey City, and was badly cut about
the h- : d and l.n.? s.
EH HTKR-? HAMBERfl?At Port Richmond, en Friday, Attf.
8. hy the Re?. Jarnef Brownlee, C Ludwig Richter, e??i , to
Hit* ?I..in.de? hamben, both of 'lompkintville, SUtm I ?land.
BROWN?At TaDgier, ob Friday, July 6, Mr?. Brown, wife of
the United Htaln Co-?uI-0-?eral.
( AMKRON?fioddeiily. John Caiw-ron, BgsdBa year?.
The lelati'.ei und frlendi ot th* family are retpectfully Invited
to attend hi? funeral on M?nd?y, at 2 o'clock, from tbe reai
der,r. of hit parent?, No. 84 Cbryrtie -tr? ? t HI? ci aim will
be taken to New-Yotk Bay ?Cemetery for interment.
KAIRCH1LD ?On Frfday morning, Aug. 3, Brsvat-Mtjor
M, :tn:, Ktir I i .I. In the Mtb ?ear of hit age.
The rel?U?ei anil frtetd? of tbe family are re.pectfally ln?!ted to
at end the fnneni ob?*?-!?? ?hit I Monday) afternoon at 1
o'cltvk, at the Governor'? Room, City Hal), Park.
?OXLWAY-ln Brooklyn on Fonda?. Aug. 5, a?. Ill a m., Mr?.
Miry ?Jalway, aged "5 year?, a native of the County Wezford,
Her ?liend* asd thoae of hot ton. Jame? f?-'wiv, No. 166 Sand?
ttr.'?t *i? re.pr, fully iiivitrJ to attend the fuueri! from St
J*~ei'? Cttbedril, where a Requiem High Mast wUl h- ottered
lor the repote of her tool.
MINO?On Sunday, Aug. 5, George H. Mii.g, only ion of Alex?
The -r'.t'i ?? ? ai.?! friendt of the family are re?ioe-ted to ?'.'end
Mi funeral from the residence ot hi? father. No LM Wmt
Twenty-brlb itreet, oa Ta?iday afternoon at 2 o'clock, without
For uddxtionml Marriaere* and Death* fee '.li Page.
MmrhtHn....Reported by Telegraph.
Pu .i ?DK- i m?a. Aug. ?. ?Kl'?? k q-ilet Wbbit advancing;
W?te -?' ?:?'.? a I '?? Red 01 ?Mai 30. Ceta advaii-.n?-;
Yellow :v?72c. Proviiiiin? hnn, Mas* Pork 8)l? W. Likd
tirni at 13) i ?He Whi??t dnll at 218c.
BifrALo, Aug. 4? Kt.ii k quietai d nneriartged. VVnaATdull:
?ale? M.oOO bub. New Woite Winter at #1 V\, 8,000 baib.
New Bed Winter at * I ??''*. ('?.? ?teady and in fair dem uid ;
?ajas t:?,?-'40 l> .*h it Me. Oat--Small iaI-i at 33"3Jlc.
WbiaKT r.Mi..j..,l ?? 19c. C-.iAL KHBiuurs tirui. at SOY. un
Klour, !2j?: M Wheat ardlljc on Com to New-York. Lakb
lBP??T,-8l'?D bbl?. Klour, ?b',010 buaa. Whrat, W.OOObuth.
Corn, and 2.00? lm.li. Oat?.
0?wei.?i. Ang. 4 ?Ki'ii'B doll, but unchanged. Whiat !? In
better demird; ?ale? of 3,20? ba?b. New R?d Winter Wettern
pa?t to arrive, on orivate term? CSM ?teady ?aJe? of 6 tOO
bu?ii. liiinalaat .V*jc. Other Oral-? quiet. ' anil Kk?i?.ht?
i.nchanged at 27c. on Klonr, 8c on Wheat, and tta ?v. Com. to
New-Vork. Laee Ibpi.kt?-400 bbl?. Klour; 29,iO0 baab.
Whe?t; t?5S00bn?h. Corn. Cual Exporth?1.37? bb!i. Fioiir
2,0?>i buih. VV hett ; 17.8t? boil!. Corn, H.eno bmh. Oa'?.
Cimin.nati, Auo X?Ki.ni'K dull; aaletaniuiportant Whi?
et advanced ic. ; qaaSaiat 1'.... Pn..i i?n.t? &rin. Moxav iin
Naw-OaiBtv?, Ang 4.? Corro???The market!? ?teody ; ?ale?
to-day, TOO balef; Middling, 10?. C"R.<? dull at Wtl*i5c. Otli'ir
Chi? ?no, Aog. 4 ?FLorn ?teady. W'hbat active and le.
b:?l.er itlet 3.'i,00O buib. 'Oi'iOl: tor No. 2 Spring, and $1 ti
<4>! i>1 for No. 1 Red, In itore. ?'?us linn ; -aie? 20.O0? buih. SI
at 43c, in ?tore. Oat* ?j?e?dy. and 3itlc lower; ?let at 22'/1V ,
In itore. Rubiit?: 2 4m bbU. Klour. triOOt) bu?h. Wheat,
"'"ti bu.h. Corn, 5 30? bmh. Oati. 8iiiP?B-?Tt: 1 300 bblt.
Flour, m.iv.'Obuih W heat, ?i f?00 bu?h. Corn. FttBitlHTt ?teadf ;
fc. on Corn to Buffalo. 8i??ht Exihanob on New-York 1} 8> cent
Cobbbction.?Tl'e expert? of Cottom f?r 'th? year at N.-w
Or'eant are I lie ,000 baWa, inttead of 7'?i,i?it), at fpubliah-d on
rJaturdty Lion..: /_
Noai-k and lady, Pru?tia; Mlii C. tfaroari. Mi.? Pis Kllli.tn, Mist
B. line, her St L.iul? Mr Leinlila?. P Wheat Arkan?a?, .<-'.
Levy New-Orlesnt: C I.inhe., New York; A Minhande, H d?
Kreville, N. Wood, Havtns. M. Juni.,?, \V. Hill, Boiton ; Ctut?
il Balleer. Bremen ; Fl. Bbcliot!, ?im-l?tuii Mr. and Mr? In..
Horn, O Kie.el, Mr. and Mr?. J. Oottgen. J. R. Taggart, at W.
Curran. 8 Carroll, New York; Mr?. Sophie Ahlert, S. C. /.enke.
Bremen ; W. Kilntibiehl, Bottun : Mr?. M. K. Annecke and three
rhildreu Mra M. C. Booth, Detroit: C. Ham.-, ? h .r'r.t. ,.. A.
R*schlrr, lady tnd two cb'ldren, M I.ouia; Mr. and Mr?. Pat-h
and ?on. Ne?-Jer?ey ; C Roneuiuri, PitUburgh , Win Johannlg
nan. Loniavilie; Mr. and Mra C. Borda?, London; J. Hurk, H.
Holt?. California; Sarah Baltkettrr. Mr. and Mr*. J. Jnlllvet and
child, Mr. ?nd Mrt K. Weyland in?! ?on Mr?. F. C. Meyer and
Oh: 14. Philadelphia; A Huck, Botton ; J Manchon. S .?annah ; H.
K IV ?IB. ? vu ?m?a . H. H. ?tunther and ditughter, '. i. vwla VV.
Mlllt, New. Yoik ; ". In the ttt enge. Totti I/?..
in .'.-,?t.?i.j. I't'tft?. for i,r,-,;- i->ii? f_ T. OUford, H. M.
Wild, Mailer X. II Halpin, J. U . '. Mn. M. Maber M,J ? ??..
T.ilci.. Uoche. Madame Richard, Mr. and Mr?. A. R. Oibbou?,
Mr. and Mi?. J. B;.rport. Mr. ?nd Mr?. J. Brown. tV, Collert, N.
Cainptiell, R. Croat, jr., Thoa. K 1st man, Jams? S:ni?li. J. Br ..?h.
In trctimthip Prince Albert, from lialvsau and St. John't, V.
X.-B. Haviwn. O B. Harry,U. S N. ;T linghe?. Capt. Bulier,
Mr. and Mr?. Taylor, Ml?? C Rodger?. P. K. Murray, Mm. C
Murny, O. P. Aikuii, Bev. J MsDoimel!, P R. Welan, Ttioa
Tuner. R. D. Cti.on, P. Jordan, VV. T. Jordan, Rev. P. and
Mr? VVo,.d? W. Ityme. U. Leme??er?r, Mi? C. Tiiuimlnghaui.
K Oreen.-, VV. O'llonneil
Ja .'..' ?i.',.;. ?...-.,. ',,iu i from l.iwerpocl?V. II. nken I..1I.
Dr. 1 igli?h, K-rn -.-.i Mr ?'.d Mr?. M .r-l.?!' Mr. Day and ?on,
A. Saii'h, Lai Pear-on, Williaii. VViltoa, Wui. Coacni, Dunliip,
In thtp .Hmcricae Cotigrct, front IjudUU??UWfl Ruby, Mr?.
Ann:? Kaby, M. W ?idui, Mil? Mary Wiudua, John Heath, anri
thrte Mittet Heath.
In btirk Our./ Owen, from .Vtim'rn?Carlo? Eitradaaud wife,
11. Bowe', Mrs. A. ? i.? .-?.-. Mn. M I). Korbe?.
In brig Adeline Sprague, from liithurtt, 11'. C A.?P. II.
Loud of <-: -.'.rii l?_ii J.
In i.hr. J. I.. Bowman, from \tnuagiet, P R.?ftonor Don
iiil? Antonio of P*rto K'.co.
BIBUTDBB ? ? ? .
Smi-Rlir. :? 'Il I Sell.7; 1 , HtX,_--Kl.e*.. I|M
f..-.. ?l-li TBI? BAT.
Saa.d) Hiok.. 10 ,-i'(>..? |.'ai:d. Il m I Hell -(?ate."II
PORT OF NEW-YORK.At-... 4
St.trrviiipa?Atigi.ta W'oodh'.ll, S.iva-uiali, S. h. Mitchill X
S..-,. Viiikiov.1, F r,i?h, Nor oik. Ludlani i Heiii.-X.-n; Naah
vitle Mirny. ? h.ir'?ton, Br/.ttord, Tllrttin k Co., Mount 1er
non. Lajh.-ld, H?lt?niore, II. B. ? ronwell k Co.
?trks-A. S. Re- d. Sawyer. Oalveitou. Oakley k Keating, H.
Spalding Sproul, Ren:ei!l?M R. VV. Trundy ; Spirit ot the Tune?,
M.rtln. Harbor Ora?:? Hiirken V Ironalde?; 1?. Dewill, Hoey,
Siviniiah. Deinlll k Co . IV. I kin, Blau,hard, (ll.i?guw, R P.
K i k X Co. : S ( i.M-ker, Staplet, 01mr>w H. D. Brooktuau ?.
Co. ? De-san Home, Lyurh St_ Jago, J. K. Ward k Co.
Erlga-T B. Walton. Wood LtfiiEvr?, DtllettX Btlt?; C VV
Kin? Hu'?tlry, Caideua?, Br?tt, Sou V. Co. ; ll.uuiark, Staple*,
B,?t?.n, H I? Briinkiiiau k Co., A?o?etta. Tuki, M?rtii.i.iie,
M Ctil k r'tiih; B Delsno, Batjer. Bo*?oii S. VV I.ewii X Co ;
K. A. MeAdani, Oraut, Pott M?dary, Bn<tt, Son k Co ; Young
l'??i lir?ler, DinirJale, Ply_i. uth. Bas., J 8. Dealuy ; Uraco
V\ oithngtou, Kreetliy. St. Thonioa Duvall k Co.
? h... ner?? Arg.., Tooker, New L? iidon , Oil Biai. Rawltnd,
St I?,.. C Atkerlv ; Fair VVInd Bragg. Newbern, C. B. Dibble
'. 1 . A K I.ii.i.ill, Kir.-iiisn, ? ?ioralLir, S. Brueu. Douglat?,
Ororget. wn, Dolln?r <k Pott. r. T. Ti,yair,d Latham, N.w-Lon
do 1, BOOtor, John, Kelie?, Hartford, ruartt r; O.prv.?. Smith,
VVi.lingioa; W Alkor, W'adnior?. St John'?, P. I. N.iiui X
Son; Rilndirr, Kilmer, Baltimore, Merrill X Albert , Howard,
Biker I..I.I..U. S VV la.i.K'u, Martti.'., I.amliert ,l?-k-.-.
?II-, T'...?,,,., 1, 4, H'.nt.r.
Maas er? BiHlon, Ciocker, Philadelphia, F. Peikina
St. tiutlilp A i.tr.laiian (Br ). Il'.rkley. Mv.rnool July ?4 anil
Cue? ii?'owi. tth. ?,,d?e ?1,J'j: |ia?. t.. Y. I una,.I J.ly BX, ?.<
l.a.el .'. ?it-Ill l.dllblllgb, h.-.ice loi Ll vdi p-Mll . iolll |ia??t<J a
laige .t.aiii.Mp hound Y. . ??ipiotrd tube tin. Pn ?la, Aug. 4,
? Ignaled ?tenu ?alp V ?jo h-Il.'e lor I.iv-ip?. .1
St. ?tuitliip VV II VV ?bit Leaoli. N-w-ilrletaa? lt.lv W. OSBB*
? o ibi? nut to repair July 80, .* Tortugas. pi.?.J ?t..?in-hip
I'm: ?.I. I, '? fr.Mi. New (Ii lean? IT New V.nt, log .'. Cap,
Hatteraa W, S VV, X'? mile?, tpuke urw ?tetuutliip Blt-uvtii?,
Unlloch linca ior Havana.
St ?until'? Punco Alh?rt (Br ?. Piowt? O.lwav Inly 84, and
St John?, N. F., S'.t. -llt?r. BIM ?v.'? ?..? til liowlaiia k A?d1u
8fciu H,?lil?id Ll<lil (of Bntonl, THnp, Havre June .'??, mdse.
?nd 7? pa??, to VV VV 'Mil ? -k, Jr VV?. ; dty? Bettln? liwn the
than n? 1 wittiwe?t?,iy wlsd? and Mil. ? we?lur, froq, thea.e
light ?atUr.y wind? to lu.. MA?, lu Ion. ?I in, , ?perleti?--J a
heavy 'A', t??, with heavy *?? tarried t??y tvl.?tay? tad ftartstl
1 ? ? . 1... ? i ?j ?... g lw? (**??! a>- ? -a??' ta, ? 1 vl ?a. ? k* ; I. ? .1 ?
?y? W oft*?. ?atoa, with f., ht B. W and W. wUdaaMhnt.
. Ki?'lut"n'fm' ?"?"I??. Liverpool Jone ?. mita. tMrmomu.
?.?h i. "",k V"1'.0 J*X1 la' "* ? lf'D ** n-*? or, kiaat
iVr7 e " DV'*n r,,T ">???'>? . ?th flahl? Mal * b**B?5 I W/
w? t il* ;poi.* b"? *noM' ?' Binl N ? i ?m * ?wt?
?7otnd fl * "? ? ""' *P?k' *** brl? K"m* ? NoT* S**1*?
B) Ip B Aymar tat 8a?r?p*rl). 8i.wyer. Bordean? Jone 4 ant
?.T.^i^,?*1'?0''?**?'??*???? July 11. iat 4* ? Ion.
"i -.?Ta" *V?' '? b?'? ?tA-lrt'c^New B^' ,d ?rT.?T-^uT
for ??V?3 "'H " U' ?*BjS Udp BS?t Mao.
A "r.' A^^ ?M
B?lp Elen? Cremen), Kamin,?? t?>._.aa i_
33: w??. to C Luling. "'??? Br'm"' ? (taya, .,.*?? toa]
Ship KiUhdin (o'Hta?Ji>, Wi-^heii^ .. __,. , ?
to c?e Doman A 4 o. ?*?????** Uverparal Ja., U, a^
fblpt iari I. K-ebleOif K?th),M??wJi u.?. , ~ .
te Vira. W hit lo, k, ir ?-"???, Havre J,,, ?, ?,4,,.
fia.-k ( hlr'fl B
1. Jr w? "' "?-'?
TrolU, Sc-Ht. Liverpool Jura.? raatl La J *
M'/ore k Bon Flr?t part of tvti?vge bad ?Vont W 'jZL- ?r?
id calma JolyS, lat *? nVim. Mm+Z?Zl
swn'ntir- m, srvu. run p*>(? VI ?wp*?*?;?? iiin riront W ?ami
part, W wind? and calma Jnly S la V M lo* M Bl*L
t bark rigged Br iteamer .t?- 1 |.?1 I... il, 'a ? u?;
Sp. bark, ???erlng K lith, U 4i Je Ion. g. ?, ?poait Br. Bar?
Lucky Sim from laraici for London: lame Uioa. Arn her?
Jibiiu. from Mid?i:a for N?w fork. mm) w
Buk John Wlntbrop (rf Bottom, Eldridje. Mitaniat U day?,
lugar. Ac.. to Nmiiiitb A Son. July 30, off Haltera?, aad a vi*.
leiit itl? irom H 8 E to N W, f-r 11 boar?.
Bark Ellen Morrlaon, Platt. Sag-ia Jolv IT, n.-v to IT M to
b*rt? trailed in i-omp.ny with tbe brig? Jtcoh Dock, aad R. C
Dyer, for New-Yoik.
Bark Ctrlo'U (<f Baltimore). Crowell, Legharn March tit
pttwrii Gibraltar June B; untrble, Ac , to P HariBOBy'iNepiiew.
Btrk Yonng America, Coltln?, Havana s day?, rogar, Ac, to
Roheit A VV'lliiamt. Anchored at Lower UuaraatiB*.
Bark Mary Adeiia, Packard, R,ru.dioe Udayt, togart?. S. .1*
Bark EUm Rubrke (Ham ), Botaen, Hamborg Job* M, md*?.
?ad K? Bai? to A Von Seht.
Bark H. I). Brookman. Hi-urlci. Cirdif Jum 11, railr^tul iron
to H D. Brookinaii k Co.
Brig tavnr? Peieud Balar? July I. aad Gibraltar Id, fruit, ?VV.,
to Gornr?, Willit 4. Co. July 1 lit MO. ion. 1? 1?, a?n*4 thi?
Rotnoke, iteeihig W : K'h, lit IV B*. Ion 3? 51, BgrtaleaJ Br
brig Butv fion? nt John'i, N. K , for Peirismbaco, Mth, lai. ;45
51, Ion. 45 13 Br. bark Mary Biliar of 8.0th Yanaootk, N 8,
from Brittol for Savannah 30 day? out ; Aog. ?, ?tt 40 10. loa. Tt)
30, patted ?hip Ekeelitor, brace for LI?--, s- " I '-d M tu:?* fl. of
Nmtnekit t?w ihip Wild Pigeon, hear? for Val parti??.
Bric Kii/i-j.-tn (ot ( amden M? ) lhonidik?.TrlaMadd- Coba
July IT, lugar to M?t.-*il' A Duncns. Stiled la com pao y wit*
brif Kioitma Ber-v for Mew-York.
Brig Preotita Hobbt (of Boiton). Ellli. Mitnuai I day? aligar
and ii.oli.itei ? o VVtlth, Carver k Chaae.
Brig Itaic Carver (of Setr-port), Carver. Cardona? Jnly 14, ra?
ga r to Walib Carver it (liaav
Brig Loango (of ?b.ia. ..hia) King. Sagtia M dayt, tragar la
mtiter Anchored at Low?r Quiranune.
Brtg Eli? Ann (of Bluehlll), Herri, k, Trinidad H day?, ingar
to Tiini- paon i. Hunt? -
F > if Morning Kfr( Br). Knight, Ltr.gan, C. B., 15 day?, gaaf
to R. Irvin ; ve??el to G. f Billey.
Biig ( htloner (of Et t Ma.-t.ia?), Kasny, Arroyo, P. B., Jolj?
23, ?ug?r to Klmpaon A CU.p.
Brig Crime (of rt ;.?t..n.i, Harrli.-.ao, firdena? Jaiy IA rarii
to '.v . - '<? Cartmr k Chai?
Brhr Ida (of Philadelphia), Howe?, 0'ian|ei*roo 14 day?. i?-?ir
to Motet Tiylor V Co July tt. lat M it Ion. 14 A-, ?pe?? tha
whaling ichr. Weather Gag? ?f Pr jvioo- own. 1 rrxrath? ont on
? . c i-e, with 0} bbia tp and 1JO do. h a. kn.h oil.
8<hr. Frtncii 8?tt?rlT Cooper. Wilmington, N. C, 10 etty?,
naval ttcne? to M> (nwdY Me? k Co. Aug. 1, la*. ?? t? tan
brig Lauretta ?nd ?cbr kfrd?d Platt, bonnd a.
Bohr. Gov?rnor (of Sedgwick), Hooper, Trinidad JoJy U, toe-.
latir? to ThompaoD k Hunter.
Sehr. Qoee-i of the South (3-niuted), Wheeler, Bri?geport t
fi-hr Lydii B. Cowperthwait? (3-matted), Rogrra, BaAlnor?
8. br. Arctic fBr), RoJewalJ Elruthera 1 daya, fruit to Jo?.
S.hr E'.-uator (Br.), Robert?, Kletithera 8 day?, fruit to Jo?.
Etieit . _
8. br. Waller Raleiib, Pl.illip?. Sarannah 6 dayt, c*tton |o D.
C Murray. _ ..
Sehr. Baltimore (of Elizabeth (lily; Cox, Ft Marvin . 13 diyt,
?ug?r to Su.?t- Jone? ato ...
Bcbr. Oriwrte) (wrecker), Scott, Nupiu N P., July IT, in tol
liit to the Litiderwritert.
Sehr. Jime? Miller ft maatasl Carbocett, AptUacbicol* 13 day?,
cotton to Terry d? 1? Torre A Co.
Sehr Maiyiand, Catba^it, Portland 4 day? planter to J. BoyB
ton k Srn
fe. hr. Gilmao D. Kin-, VV ooaier. Ca?ala ii day?, latha. Ac, to J.
Hot ni. n k Son. , .
Bchr. Atlauti..-, Wa??, Addi.on T day?, ?par? to P. I Nevii.t la
Sehr. Br?ete, Dtie, Vrrrinia 2 dayt, melout.
Bchr. D. i Rae, VV right, Baltimore I dayt, coal.
Sehr. Racer, Pi.rce, Virginia 2 dayi.
Hcbr. 8 Col??, Prttit, Virgini? 1 day?.
Sehr. Btcha?an ? ol?, Virginie 3 day?.
Bchr. J. W Kntklin, Towutend V irginia t dayt.
Bcbr. Wuhingtoo, Merrill. Vligjjii? 1 day?.
Sehr. H. Martin, fllagnt. Baltii or? 5 day?.
Sehr. Ai.g'er. Mm ilewirk for Waieham.
Sehr henjamin VVbaltn. E??t|")rt ?> day?.
3cbr. Mrdont, Rhodei, Be- klmd 4 daya
Sehr. Ko??n?h. L?e Newbaryp-irt 3 dayi.
S. hr. Eliza Jane. Ki?h, BarnaUl.la 1 dvya
B? bi Republic, Soule. New-Bedford for Albany.
8cbr. Chortaw Hirding Wireham 2 dtyi.
Sehr. W. T. Hortey Biker. VV'arreu 15 hour?.
8. hr. line. DUon. Weitoilv 2diyt.
Sehr Kinny K*r?, Bilgg?, Newport 1 day?
Bchr M. Mont?n, jr , ttrewer Br.?.khav?n 2 dtyt.
Sehr. Suwmet, Brnwn. Brookhtven 2 d?y?.
Sloop Tho?. HaU. H ill Prevldtvoa-e 2 ?Java
Sleimc-r Boaton, Crecker, Philadelphia and Cap* May, aria*.
?-.... pan to r Perkhii.
Stea.'tvr Concord, Norman, Philadelphia, md??. lo Locasr A
Kiikpatrick. _ _. _
SU ame, Albttroii, Jonet. Provldene?, mdte. UI. 0**IL
BAJLK.D-Steumthipt Vlgo (Br ). Liverpool: Bremen, of an* '
for Bien en; An/u?U. Siv.cuah; Na.hvitfo CharWjten: Tort
town. Norfolk, fcc. ? MoiitieeUo, Waihington, Ac. ? Mount vet
son, Baltimore; Patapi 0. Portlitd.
Arrived-ScnOaT, Aug. 5.
Ste.tro.pin Roonoke, Couch, Norfolk, fcc, mdte. and f***- M
Lndliin k Ileineken.
Stearathip R R Cuyler, Crocker, Savannah, ?d?e. and pat?.
to II. B. Cromwell k Co.
Brit IV rr. R. Sawyer (of Harringtoni, Prietti, Havan? Jjly
22, ?lgtrand molaiaea to I'.-t X. .Small, la at anchor at Lower
Sehr. Nerio (Poit). Alneda, Oporto >4 dayt, wirtr, cork, Ac,
H. hr Rebecca, Plummer, Machiiwport T dayt, lumbar to Statua
?on '. Cl?pp.
Sehr, beten Sitter?, ('?..u -y, Calai? T d?;.t, ! .inber to J. J
6 -hr. Continental. B?ker St. George 10 d?v?. ttone to maater.
Sehr. K. A. Elliott, Degroot. Providence tor Albaay.
Slo?jp Brandywine, Young, New-Haveo for Roodout.
Steamer Delaware. Cannon, Philadelphia aad Cape May, md??.
aad piti. to K. Perkna.
Steamer Wauwotta, .trey. New-Bedford. mJ?e. aad paa?. to J.
Steamer W. ?t h. -t.?<? Jcut?, Providence, mde?. to Ihm
8t.-an.er Audi, Robinion, Ph?adelphii. md??. to A k N.
WIND?During the d?y, from N? very light
BANDT HOOK, atof, ?i IBBMl 1 ihip aud br^ al anchor
cut-.d. the Hook, bound in. VV md light from N VV. ; weather
HIGHLANDS, Aug. 5, 1 -n,, t.-One -hip into.? othni, bound
In. IVlad N. W , ligbt ; clear.
CI ARLKSTON. Aug ?. -Tiie ?ttvunibip Jam*? Ad*er. Ad*
ami, I'n 1,1 New.York, irr. here it 11 o'e'.oi k l?at nigbt.
SAVANNAH, Aug. 8.?Th? tteauiihlp Star of th* South. ?Vota
New York, an. at her wharf at " p m. Ail well.
BflMtaSM1, N C . A?. I ?The ?abr Trav-eleT. Pranci?, ?rf and
from Baltiinuie, with a ca-go of ooal, hound lo Chartetlon, B ('?,
?p. ung a Irak and .-ame aibore on Juy.tO. about 12 u.ilii S. of
Orracoke Inlet. Part of Ibe material! have been landed ; ve?a?l
br.len h|) aril will prove a total lu??. The T. wa? built ?it Bioe
hiil, Me . in 1H4?, 15? mnt regiit? r, and owned hy P. T Ward tt
8? un. North, of ?ud from Bouton for KflhfljB. with ? oargo of
ire and locomotive?, ?vent atli"re July 14 ou the Elbe-? of A itaco*
Reef, and brcaete a total wreck. Part of cargo tavad.
PAPERS PENDING BEFORE HI8 HONOR
THE MAYOR EOK APPROVAL.
PROM COMMON COUNCIL.
Retolutlon that a ?ewer with the neeenary receiving baaiii and
?orrait? be h lilt in Kitty ninth ?trret, betwtteo Eighth aveuaa
and Huil??ii hiver, .iij.-i the diiectlon of t!i? l roiou mmo?n t
Department ?nd an or.liria.,.-? tor tlie ?am* be idopitd.
Bo?rti of Alderman, July .'n. I ?Hi.
On ?yet and ucea tdop ed.
Board of Couiiciluivu Aug. 3. 1 -t?o.
On ?yet and noei -onrurred in.
Retolutlon that Fortieah .treet. between Second and Tp. i
aveuuci, be ptvedwl'.h Belgian paves.?:!, under the ?B.-eetloa of
the Crot?n ?gBa?Bfl Drpiitn eut, lh? owner? of property on trta
line of lnipr.veiii.-nt to pay the whole of th? ??pen*., Ihat
a??id of contract to br ? ihmitted to the Comiioo Council tut
t'oiibiiriation, and th? a-companying ordinance tdopo-d.
Board 01 Aldermen. July 13. \m.
Ou aye? and aoet tdopted.
Board oil. nrieiiinen .Ug li. 1?C0.
On ?yei and iio?i con.-ineil in ... 11,
Re-oiution to permit Jt.o. Br?albnrn to eipart? booki for hi? >"
front of |>ren.i?ri roiitrrof Kult.m and Net?, u Bbv?4)t.
Board of A Ut. ruirn, July Jo, l.?t?U
Henil ?! Coiitieiltiien, Ailguat II, imiO.
Ou ayri and iioea concurred iu.
PBOM HOARD OK srPF.RVl.?OR8.
B.?i.luti..|i to pur.ii >?e aa.r far T.a t'o.nuiii?i?)?>?r'? "V*0"* ?"*
?ppro(,iiatinr 0150 therefor.
Board ?I Superviaor?, Aug. 1, H?K>.
On ave? and nor? adoutad.
Retolntiou ?puropriath g #>' for pn??e.-viiii paintiog at ro*??
of 1 .-*v Mu??! Poli ..Court.
Board of 80pmiaor?, Aug. 1, 136?.
On ?yea and nor? ?dupteal. _ ? ?
Keatil.i?on to pty bi l.*f Juo. Bn.lley ?ud othrn in C?*lt ?
Over tnd Triiuinri
Board of Snprrviaor?, Ait. t, IAH0.
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