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Omr Alb* J Albany, August 8, 1863. Rupiurt Among tht Harmonious ? Two Dtmocntu AtptMuan Qtntrnl Commmtimi Two Sd* of DtltgoU* to the Bfrnetut Conmontion?fVho can Bool the DtJUvlty? ? IV Whig* Infused toith imp 7to\ Into %ohut "hand*" u>til tht Enpvrt Stmt* foil? The peat week has been one of considerable acti ?tty among tbe "unterrified'' in this city. A rap tare has broken out in the democratic ranks, pro ??k?i by the conduct of pretende* leaders and en cenraged by the two "State papers" in this city, an! from the belligerent manner in which negotia. Man* bare been conducted by self-instituted pleni potentiaries on both sides, during the last six months, Km wonder is that an open declaration of war had Bet been made some time since. The occurrences Turing the last Bix days were substantially as foi lows: ? A meeting of what Li purported to be ' The Ttcmerntlr General Committee," was called, in the evening paper, to take place the same evening, and within three or four hours of the time after the no tice appeared in print. This being an act of the burners, the hunkers persisted that some stratagem was intended, and rallied their strength at the meet in* The deletion of hunker* from the Fourth ward baring been ousted at a previous meeting of the committee, a motion was made to reinstate them and allow them to take their seats. This the majority peremptorily refused to do. The meeting then, a a body, appointed inspectors of primary election for delegates to two or three con ventions. The honker delegations demanded the risht to & elect inspectors for the wards and districts which they represented. This motion was also promptly tabled , and the buakere, finding that they were several times overruled, withdrew frem the meeting, published their grievances, and organized ? new "Democratic Republican (General Committee, selecting for their chairman John Nafew, Esq., the present Clerk or the House of Assembly. Both sec tions then went on, and each selected their delegates to the respective conventions. The call for the city Amembly district convention authorized it to be m the Mayor's court rdom, in the City nail. Both parties met at the hour appointed? one occupy ing the circle within the bar; the other (the hunk en) organised outside the railing, commenced busi ness, and then adjourned across the hall to the county court room. Some of the spectators assumed ? belligerent attitude, and were evidently induced to assemble in order to "preserve party usages, should occasion require. No necessity for their in terference prevailed, as both parties conducted their business peaceably, and adjourned without coming into comtact. The sorts and burners chose Mr. Csssidy, and the hunkers Wm. Eggleston, as the respective delegates to tlie Syracuse conven tion. The other Assembly districts in the county will also send duplicate delegates. That this rupture has occurred is not at all sur o rising to anv person who has noted the elements during the last three months. The bitterness and vindictiveiess manifested in the Legislature engen dered the spirit of discord, and spread hostility in the Dartv throughout the State. From the moment of toe assemblage of that holy to its final closs, there has been no concert between the two sections, which promised to have the hatchet boned, as was supposed, last November. The feud has been perso mi ; fierce and vindictive. It was transferred from the Legislature to the press, and thence to the party throughout the State; and now, here, at head quar ters, an outbreak has occurred, which will have an influence all over the State. The strife from now un til the meeting of the State convention will be to to secure a majority in that body. The section bay ing the strength of undisputed delegates, will most assuredly reject their opponents who contend for seats. The matter has gone too far to expect anv thing like precedent to be followed, or fairness ob served. The majority will rule in that convention with a rod of iron, present their candidates, and throw the responsibility of victory or defeat upon their opponents. Is there any probability of a reconciliation before the ? election 1 is there a peace-maker among us? Who can pacify the boisterous elements ? Can a platform be constructed of such material as to sus tain the malcontents ? Who is the architect ? Will Governor Se\ mour take the broad axe in hand / Can Comptroller White join a pi ink or two ? W hat will Daniel S. Dickinson undertake to do?? anything He refused ofiice under Pierce, and prefers to remain one of the sovereigns. He will not intercede. Where's Cooley ? He's out upon a fishing excursion beyond Saratoga, where he'll remain until the im peachment court assembles. \ anderbilt is at L nion College poring over Dr. Nott's musty volumes or finances fcr the last half century; he cannot there fore spend any time, if he had the disposition, to construct a new platform. Who, then, will thro w himself in the breach ? Is there a man in the State who can accomplish it? No, not one. Well, ha.? the Premier the po>ver? His soft shell predelictions dis oualify him entirely, and so he need not be troubled with the embassy. Shall a deputation be sent to President Pier :e, invoking his aid? All sides seem | to endorse his inaugural, except the Hon. Ebenezer ; S. Marsh of Tompkins county , of the present House , of A-*sembiy, who pronounced its doctrines "damna ble. ' Will the General put his foot noon the flili bustering malcontents, and command them to bar rnonize. nolens vaUns ? Or will be wait until he haj reduced to submissim the rebels in Maine, and ?' Burked" the traitors In New Hampshire ? He has still important appointments to fill; but whether he ia awaiting the result of the August election, is a matter best known to himself. It is certain that his delay has produced no very desirable effect in Ken tucky, where Lynn Boyd and four or five of the narty no to the next Horn* of Representatives. It is asserted here, though, that His Excellency must im mediately recognise, by unmistakeable evidence, the " original Jacobs" in this family jar, or they will set kin: upon the back of his pony, fa ed for the Granite onia Therefore, it will be seen that no media SX power exist* ei iZST at headquarters m this State or at Washington, by winch this rapture healed. Why not leave the whole difficulty to the Tammany Sachems ? They have experience in such matters, and if they should magnanimously adopt a precedent of their own ruling some three months since , much good may come out of it. Think of this, 0, ye democratic sinners ! .. AH this "is nuts" for the whigs, and they will "crack" them too. A week ago the whig party lay as dormant as a toad encaged in a rocky sarcopha gus. They scarcely intended to organize for the csmoa'an thinking themselves not sufficiently re Sd rri>m the grlat defeat of 1852. But the split, tine up in this city? the organizing into two distinct mrtions by the democracy, countenanced by many AT the leaders ? has awakened the whiga into new life. We hear nothing now about "woolly h^(ls?r "silver grays"? Fillmore has had his day, and Sew ard has no formidable competitor. The 'wtogs will now nominate such men as Hunt, for Comp trailer; Cook, for Treasurer ; _ Senator Bab oock for Attorney General, who will bring j out all their strength at the polls. It matters not which floctios obtains ascendancy in the Senate, so . far as the United States Senator in 18,>3 i# con cerned', should any color l>ecome nredomiaanV the return of Seward will be certain. Should the whigs carry tbe Senate and House this year, they J)* J? sore to secure tbe latter a year hence. Besides this, they will endeavor to obtain control of the canals, the contracts, and the expenditure of the ten or eleven millions under the amendment of the consti tution In view of all this, how could the democra cy Buffer themselves to become divided throughout t^e State even if a quarrel did exist in the Legisla ture 2 h^ad quarters here in Albany abou the non cor.flnnation of half a dozen N ew\ ork harbor mM ters or the distribution of the spoils by Gen. Fiercer Kurh minor matters are not to ^ b?ght in ?mpa rieon with the mighty ruling of the Empire State. | TELEGRAPHIC. MFETINO OF THE DEMOCRATIC COUNCIL OF TOCNO MKN? THE EfPTT'BE, ETC. nrwciAL COWUBTONDH* n or the hiw tork hkjuid. Albany, Auguat 10. 1*59. .Homo tw? aty of the Democratic Council of Yourg Ufa assembled in the Heoate chamber, at 10 O'eVMk thU monriug. After a long debate Samuel Fow> l*r, ef Orange county, wn made chairman for the re ?lindM of the year, and J. M. I, yon a&d M. A. P&rmen tor MoralatiM. A Caaamittee on Resolution*, of which Coraellna Bosjar dot wae chairman, reporters aeries of re*olutions, inoor pontlog thou* adopted by the State Committee, at the Ajtor Houe. One resolution denouncing, and another (?teniae, the course of President Pierce, and one ap> proving the policy of Gtrernor Seymour, and another pM|iag a rapport to the nomlnationa to be made at fyiaeMO, ware all laid upon the table by an emphatic f?to. Than was oonsMerable debate upon the former aae Hiail 41 rial on of the party, In which the apetker* re Mud toofc other with oonaiderable acrimony. The hunk. ?n haying > majoilty had it all their own way. W. Marine Cowrt Before Hon. Jndge McCarthy. THE LATI CHIEF Jt-STICl JONKfl Apop?t 10,? At the openiBg of the Coort this morning. H. Vuitee moved, ind Mr. J. H. McConn seconded, a re eolation to the eflfect that, oat of re soeet to the memory and the high legal and moral character of the late Chief Justice Jonea, thin Court should now adjooin. The Jndge, ia a few brief bat inpreMive remarka, concurred ia the appropriate ness of this deserted tribute to the distinguished de ceased. aad ordered an adjournment, and the reaolu t tm to be reoordod o* UK THE YELLOW FEVER AT HEW ORLEANS. nrucMmi ntxiim. FUND8 COLLECTED IN NEW YORK FOR THE RELIEF OF THE SUFFERERS, Alt, te., Ac. TELEGRAPHIC. NlW Obuaks, August 6, 1953. Ik* total tituMt! la this oity for the la?t twenty (nr ktna war* 288 ; of this aumber, 194 died of yellow Ntw Ouun. Aug tut 7, 1863. Th? total aumber of deatha reported for th* put w?ok voro eleven hundred and thirty, of which also hundred mad fifty woro from yellow fever. New Orleans, August 0, 1853. The deatha In this city yesterday won two hundred ?ad twenty eight, of which number two hundred and four wert by ydl&ie fever. [Ttlegrephic Correspondence of the Philadelphia Bulla tin] New Oklians, August T?XtM. Tfce yellow fever show* ao tifni of an abatement In its ravages. Oa the contrary, it ii increasing every hour. Hundreds are leaving the city daily, while those who re main are panic- btrici en, and powerleM to afford relief to the sufferers. The official report of deaths daring the week ending on Friday, the 6th inst-, published in the Pickayvne. exhi bits the frightful number of oae thousand and fifty, of which eight hundred and seventy- nine were of yellow fever. This la an increase over the report of the pre vious week of one hundred and eighty seven. During the twenty -four hours ending at six o'clock, A. M ves'erday thee were in >11 two hundred and thirty eight deaths, of which one hundred and ninety-four were ofSeUcw fever. The total number "of deaths from yellow fever alone, for eitght days ending yesterday, was one thousand and seventy three. [From another Correspondent cf the Bulletin.] New Orleans, August 7?1' M The epidemic in the extent of its ravages, equals the wori>t known of the plague. The number of deaths during twenty four hours en ling at midnight on the 6th inst , was two hundred and thirty eight, of whom two hundred and eight were of yellow fever. One cemetery aUo was not heard from. The deaths during the present week will, from appear ance*, much exc?ed ore thousand from yell 3 w fever alone. The highest number of deaths during the epidemic of 1847 was but eighty-seven, making the present number of deaths an increase of three hundred per cent. The city wean a truly desolate appearance. Wil not your citizens, as well as those of ether North ern cities, take prompt measures to afford aid and relief to our Buffering and dying people. Relief from New Toik. We have Juit received from the oommlttee appointed by tbe Astor House meeting to collect for the Howard Association of New Orleans, their several reports, which we herewith enclose to you, and which 70a will pleaae publish in your morning edition. Ccmment is unnecessary. Their acts aid the most liberal donations speak for themselves. Never was there a cause so deserving, and the response is worthy of the We aUo enclose you a memorandum of the several voluntary contributions sent us since our last, whish also pleate publish. FRANCIS L. HAWKE3, ) J. OGDEN WOODRUFF, ^Committee. C. L. FROST, J New York, Aogust 10, 1M3. Astor Housk August 9, 1853. At & meeting of the Committee appointed at a previous meeting at tbe Astor Hou>e, to collect subperiptions for the Howard Aieociation of New Orleans, to relieve the sufferers by tbe prevailing epidemic. Mr. Alfred Muaroe was called to the cbair, and Mr. Charles A. Town send was appointed Secretary. Tbe following reports were then msde: ? B. N. Hebrard, $658 from the folio wing persons: ? Lorenzo Delmonlco ? A. It. Harrison, N.T. $10 00 "DelmoBlco's'' $100 00 J. D. Coningham " 10 00 Rogtr Stewart, Mobil* 100 <X> A. If. Molntosk, " 10 00 Albert Stein, N. York H<0 LO cash, " 1U 00 J.T. Cleu, " 50 00 Cash, ?' 10 00 Mr. Faiein, " M (JO Ilenauld A Francois, P. A. H.brird, '? 24 00 New York 10 00 Durand Dortic A Co., Twenty-six subscribers, Mew York.. .. . 23 00 _ at $5 each... 130 00 Geo. Wetlield, N.Vcrk A. Jaoqnet, " A. Seigaouret, " Total. 23 00 23 00 in 00 10 10 Three subscribers, at $1 each S 00 . $8M 00 Mr. Hebrard reports tbat be was much indebted to Mr. Lorenzo Dtlmonico for hi* aid in procumg a good part of these subscriptions. T3 B. Striven & Monti oss, eight hundred and fifteen duller*. as follows :? Wilson G. Hunt A Co. .. $100 Carhart, Bacon A Clark. SpanldiDg, Thomas AVail 100 Babcock ABrown 13 Thomas, Hunt A Co 100 Cash 25 McGrutb, Tweed A to. . . SO Hook. Skidaer A Co 10 Trowbridge, Dwight A Co 60 FrancU A Loulrel 10 A. A. Ilall ft Brother. . B'.ackwell, WeUemore Jt Co . Bnskirgham A Graham . . J. -M. Davis. Joaes A Co. Acker ,t Harris 'ibomas N. Dale A Co. .. Brno ford, Heath A Clark Cromwell. Williams A Co MertlBer A Gautier Ward Babcock A Kip;*. 23 G. A. Trowbridge A Co.. . 2 Peet A Wakeman 2 25 Ripley A Judson 2 25 Pearson A Dunn 1 25 John Baker 1 23 Andrew Collins > 23 W. G. A Co 3 25 R. If. A Co 23 C P. Roback A Co Total $815 I). N. Be idea, five bundled and seventy dollars, as fol - lows ? Tread well, Aoker A Co., St. Ni< holaa Hotel ... $250 J, U. Prentice A Co. ... 25 Sui'iu A Archer 25 Swift A Halbert 23 C. H. Stepman A Son . 50 Martin .les. jr A Co.. 50 W A. A .1. W. White. .. 20 Abram S. Hewitt 20 Total $570 Win. H Letcbford, ceven hundred and forty dollars, ai follow* . ? W . II Letcbford $106 fiO Hugh Anebineloss A N. A S. Henry A Co.. 50 00 Lord| $21 00 Thomas Medley 100 00 J. R. J affray A Sons. 23 no Janus S- Taylor 100 00 Butnhtm, Plumb A Co Flags A Baldwin $2> Height, Halsey A Co. . . . 2) W. tlalsey A Co 1 ? Charles Wstson I t A. A W. Comstock A Co. 15 A. B. Taylor 10 J M O A Co 1 > Two, cash 1) Samuel Lord 50 00 Cameron A brand. .. lioyt A TUllngbast. .. . Waldo. Barry A Co . . John blade A Co C. Cartllle, by G. N S. Spring, Bradley A Buf fum 30 00 25 00 25 00 25 00 Barrel, Sprouts A Co. Allen, llai^en A Co . . . D. H. Arnold A Co... J. A T. Warren. 25 00 25 90 23 00 15 00 10 00 C II. Griffith 10 00 25 00 Cash. 5 00 25 00 Total $7i0?|00 Charles A Towntend, Ave hundred and ten dollars, at follows .? Doremus A Nixoa. Babcock. Miiner a Co Genrge Bird and Co. . . Tbos. MeClnre A Co. . Cash Lawrence. Clapp ACo J O Petrie Taylor A Richards Sctouler, -Newton A Co John Biggins A Co. ... J W. Schulten A Hard Robt. Hajdock A Co.. John G. Dudley A Co $50 Co John Niobolson $20 00 50 ?0 Cash 10 00 23 00 Do 10 00 25 00 George Pearce 10 00 20 00 25 00 23 00 25 00 Moll. AS 20 00 W. C. L 10 00 Cash 10 00 Do. 25 00 25 00 25 no 23 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 Total $510 00 K. AW 00 George Uai den... ~ C B W Cash Wm. T. Vredenburg, eight hundied and fifty live dol lars, as follows St $100 00 100 00 so 00 50 00 50 00 50 00 50 00 Gnedhue A Co. , Valeom. Aine, James' Pariah. . . . T<wr??n4, Clinch Dike Robert Williams... W lmerdings A Monnt O Durand Josiab Macy A Sons. . Grant A Barton 50 00 Reins Bros A Co 23 00 L. M Hoffman A Co. . 25 00 Koor, fisher A Co . .. 25 HO Mr. F. W. Meyer 25 00 Henry Morgan 85 00 Sherman A Collins... 25 00 Coaklin A Smith 25 00 Total MM) 00 Mr. Vredeiiburg reports that he cannot cloqe Ma duties witbo.it acknowledging the tervices of Benjamin H. Field. Esq. C. Yale. Jr , five handled dollars, as follows:? Gourd Freres ACo $25 00 Cash $33 Pi) Guillstime f orges A Co 25 10 C. Dord A Co 25 00 S. H. A C. U. f< ster . . 25 00 Clark A West 25 00 W ("arpeater, Ids ACo. 25 00 C. Yale, Jr 1 ')0 00 ? - - " '? Noel 9. Becar A Co. . 2ft 00 E. M. Davis A Co 25 00 I.ane. Lawson A Co. ... 25 iHi Vyte A Sons 25 Oil C. Gognoux A Co 23 00 Boonen Graves A Co. $25 00 And. II. Mickle A Eon 15 00 Earl A Paiker 15 00 Cash. B 10 IK) A. A H. W. A Co 10 IX) Fox A Polhemns 1ft 00 T. B. Codington 10 00 E. W. Iters A Co 10 00 F.ira Wheeler, A Co. . 10 00 Philip Hater 10 00 E. J. Faile 10 00 Todd A Co 10 00 Boyd A Paul 10 00 A J. M., Cincinnati. , 5 00 H. A R -N. Y 10 00 G. A N. Lawrence. .. . 10 00 Aaffen. Ordt Hessing berg A Co 28 00 Bourry D'IrernoisACo. 25 00 Teterel A Blsin 25 (10 Lachslse A Fanehe. ... 25 00 Jobn Marks, three hundred and eighty five dollars, as follows:? Richards, Crenkbite A Co $25 00 Mark Levy A Bro. ... 25 00 Stone A Co 25 00 A-htf.n AGlllilaa 25 00 Cash 10 00 L. 9. Wyatb A Co . . 25 00 Willard A Wood 25 00 Cash 10 00 J. A J. Stourt A Co. .. $25 00 J. M. Beebe, Mor/*n A Co 2? 00 Swan A Wetmore .... 25 00 J. R JafTray ACo... O0 W. A 9. Phipps A Co. 25 0.) Canh ID |>J Cash 10 00 Melliss A Ayrea 25 r>0 Bush A Meen kit trick. 25 00 Two subscribers, $5 each 10 00 A! my Patte. son A Co 25(10 F. Fibiiel, two hundred and ninety five dollars, as follows: ? A. T Stewart A Co... $100 DO F. M. Jones A Co ... . 25 00 F "ttenet Al'o... .50 00 F. A. Morrisson AHnyt 10 00 P , 'dget 20 00 Cash 10 00 ~ Jonee 25 00 Hatershaw A Trvon 5 00 Habersbaw A Tryon.. Total $295 00 1 Jones. 26 00 ee.tin't' jh.We?endonck A Co 2S 00 R. A. AG. II Withans 25 00 J. G. Plerson. Newark, four hundred and fifty dollar*, all from Newark ax follow?;? Gaithwaite. DacyACo. f o 00 Conduit Horten A Co, $25 00 Lewis Gaithwaite A Co. 50 00 J. Marih Desman 30 00 Fa'hnte, WriirhtACo., 50 (JO Tbomns Pagsn 71 00 Rankia IlnryeeACo., 50 P0 n. A. Teters A Co . . . 25 00 Total $430 00 Alfred Munro*, two hundred and sixteen dollars, as follows Sl.^rman A Pierson. .. . 25 (X) Ailing A Demarest 25 00 Thomas F. Carhart. .. . 25 00 J. C. t 25 00 Tiffany A Co Wall, Black A Co.. . . 25 00 Tracy, Irwin A Co. . . , 25 is) White, Bramhall A Co. 25 (0 Simeon Draper 25 CO Ysn Wjck, Kol.be A Townsend 3 00 $25 00 Csnh $20 00 B> tts, K slicker A Betts 10 00 I.eary A Co 10 00 ? 10 00 4 Subscribers 16 00 Total $2W 00 I?a?c Sawin, two huadred and thirty dollars, as fol lows:? Amos. I.elaad A Co. .. $25 00 John C. Henderson A Smjth 25 00 Geo. c. Dunbar 25 00 T. ( A D. D North. A. R. Frothiagham. 1SH Water street. ... Perego and Bnlkley Fisher A Plimpton . Walker A $arly 25 no Cash 10 00 25 00 5 subecrlbers, $3 ea< b 25 no $20 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 K. J. Brown A Co. ... 20 08 Total . ^ , . . . . $230 00 Davis JanUaon, two Hundred dollar*, as follows ? Giquel A Jamlsoa .. $M 00 J. R Jaffray A Sons . $iQ 00 Cbas A. Coitello . . . 10 00 Watt A Sheraaa In 00 Hamee A Jlowaer ... 25 00 A. A E. Schleltlla V, 00 Total $300 00 Thirion MaitlandACo 25 00 J. I) Hatreroe, eighty flee dollars, as follows : ? A k E. J BUginsACo. $25 00 Alkro A lloyt $? 00 PartonACe 25 00 Cash 10 0? mini J. B. Waltoa, three hundred and any Mlin, U M Bachaaan,CowellACo.$100 00 Capt. J. M. Seott.... $25 00 II 0. ?oi,rta, for U. Jofa W. Frio. 2*00 8. M. SUMuhlp Co. 300 00 Total law oo B. O'ConneU sixty Mrra dollars. a* folia**:? Asa Wood $30 00 Cash t7?0 B. O'Coaaall 10 00 Total 14700 J. K. Hojrt, three hundred and eightij-flve dollar*, M folia aa:? Najlor 4 Co $M 00 D. Simon* * Ca $30 01 Cotlla* A Co 90 00 D. F. Tiomaa A Co . . . ?? Brooklyn White Laad Holdano A Co 30 00 Company 90 00 Je**up A Child* 10 M Pbalpa, Dodge k Co... SO 00 Lombard k Battriok. . 10 00 BU Hoe A Co 30 00 Six subscribers, 95 oaoh 90 00 Jf k L. Tuokamaa ... 25 00 ? Total $38# 00 Mr. Z. laylor, Paul Tulane, Logan McKnight, and 4. Habar, will report in tba morning. On motion of Mr. J. B. Walton, It waa unanimously re solved that tha thank* of thl* committee ara hereby tea dared to Mr. Lorenao Deimontoo and Mr. Benjamin H. Field, for the valuable assistance rendered the commit taa in procuring subscriptions for the relief of the Howard Association and also to Mature. Tread well Acker k Co., of the St. Nicholaa Hotel, for their v*ry liberal donation through Mr. Belden. On motion of Mr. Sawin, it waa rewired that tha amount* eollaated. be paid orer to Mesar*. Hawk* Frost and Woodruff, the committee appointed by the Howard Astociation ; and that this meeting do now adjourn. ALFRED MUNBGS, Fraiident. Charles A. Towmbnd, Secretary. AMOUNTS SENT I* TO MESSRS HAWKS, WOODRCTF AND FROST, COMMITTEE. Washington Mills fcil (10 Boorman. Johnson A Co 3q 00 Thuritcn Chsmplia ... 25 00 Pattorann, Adam* A Co AO 00 Bl<>w A Marok SO 00 J. B. Cnnniashain 10 00 William Forarar .10 00 Crook er A warren 30 00 Joseph Wriant 2.1 00 Cheosbroagh, Si la bee A Duncan 1'. Campbell.. 30 00 Co 25 00 Fellows A Co. (N. 0 ). .100 00 Ferase A Broeka 50 00 A O Farwell A Co.fool- Tuokor, Cooper A Co.. 30 00 lected in Boaton-. . . . 200 00 Chas. M. Fry A Co. , . . 15 00 W. S. Gilman (St Louie) 23 00 Bradilh Johnson 100 00 John Maxwell .1 00 Ben). H. Field 100 00 J. B. Murphy 20 00 E. D. Morgan A Co 50 00 Sewell. Harrison A Co. 25 00 ? W. c. Miron 00 00 Total $1,190 00 Treatment of the Yellow F?ver. New York, Auguat 9, 1853. TO TITB EDITOR OF THE NEW YORK HERALD. 8m? The accompanying correspondence relative to the treatment of yellow fever at Bolivia, waa addressed by the British Vice-Consul there to Governor Gregory, of the Bahamas, and frooa the assertions therein made, it* adop* tion might prove a new feature in the remedies which nature holds out against epidemics that have long baf fled complicated and scientific medical skill. 1 am, sir, youra, &c. READER OF THE HERALD. British Vice Confulatk, ) Bouvar, February 28, 1853 J Sir ? In transmitting to your Exeellency the enclosed document specifying the particulars of a remedy for the cure ef yellow lever, I beg leave to observe that it waa discovered by a Spanish lady here, named Marigueta Ofila, and successfully used by her in restoring to perfect health many persons afllieted with that disease, who had been declared by several medical practitioners, to be in a hopeless and djing state. After the recovery of the secend patient under Mrs. Ofila's treatment, the doctors had recourse to the same remedy: and the result is, that no fatal case has ocourred since tne 10th inatant, that I have beard of. As the " berbena'' (ner vena campestre) is well known, and quite common in the moitt lowluds of all the colo nies, a description of it, I presume, would be superfluous, but to prevent any mistake, I encloae a leaf of each spe oiee, known here a* "hembra" and ?' macho" or female and male. I al?o tend a box full of earth containing two plants of each of those tpecies. It may be as well to mentlen that the leaves of the female plant have principally been used here, from their yielding more juice than those of the male. I have, &e., &c. (Signed) KENNETH MATHISON. His Excellency the Governor and Commandtr in Chief, &c., &c., &c , New Providenoe. [copy] Method of preparing and administering the "Berbena" for the cure of black vomit and jellow fever, February, 1853 A sufficient quantity of berbena leaves to be collected to fill a common mortar, and pounded with a few spoon fuls of cold water. The mass to be squeezed, and atralned through a coarse towel, and three tea spoonfuls of com mon s-alt aided to a tumbler full of the liquid. The dote is four table spoonfuls every three hours for a youth, ten to twelve years of age, and in proportion to persons of other ages; the mixture to be given milk- warm. Injections of the same mixture to be used at the same time as the Coses, but with an equal quantity of warm water added; and instead of salt, to be made slightly sweet with loaf sugar. Theie doses and injections to be uteil for three days, arid as much cold water to be given to the patient as he may desire to drink. The mixture is purgative, though the patient may probably vomit after taking it two or three times. The first evacuations will be black, with clotted portions of blood, and likely with blood in succeeding stools, and then on the second and third days the evacuations will resume a natural color. After the third day, aeidlltz powders should be given f.eely. The diet should be sagn, panada, and chicken soup, at i-hort in'ervalu; the drink should be tolely cold water. The foregoing is the statement of Mrs. Ofila, as taken and translated from her Spanish, and which all the medi cal practitioners htrehave acted'upon with comulete suc cess. (Sijfned) KENNETH MATHISON. City Bolivar, February 28, 1853. Birth. At Toronto, Canada, on Tuetday, August 2, Mrs E. Pkisiiax, Jr., of a daughter. Married. Cn Wedne^av, August 10, by the Key. Dr. W. A. Muh lenberg. E. Ridolfbis Coop**, Etq , to Mart B , daughter or the late John 8. Robinson, all of this city. On Suudsy evening. August 7, by the Rev. Sydney A. Cone*, Mr Gkorgk H. W Stanly, of London, EogUnd, to Miss Ann M. Watsov, of this city. Locdon, Philadelphia and California papers jrteme copy. Died, On Wednecday morning, August 10, Mart Ann, wife of BniS Stewart. The frienos t>f the family are respectful^ requested to attend her funeral, without further invitation, this af teri oon, at four o'olock, from her late residence, No. 19 State street. On Wednesday, August 10, after a short and gevere Ulce-s, N?al McCkrra.v. His friends and acquaintances, and those of the Brigade Laneers, of which company he was a member, are re spectfully invitad to attend hii funeral, from his late residence, Ne. 7 Vande water street, this afternoon, at three o'olock. On Wednesday, Augu.-t 10, after a short illness. Carl W. Yor.vo, ion of O.J. Young. aged 18 years acd 28 days. The friends and acquaintance* of the family are re spectfully Invited te at tend his fuaeral, from his father's re-idence, No. ii40 Walker street, this forenoon, at ten o'clcck. Newark, N. J., papers please copy. On Wednesday morning, August 10, Mart Va5 V*OH tw, aged 64 years. The funeral will take place from the residence of her son in law, J M. Cogge-hall, No. 123 East Nineteenth street, this afternoon, at four o'clock. The relatiree and friends of the fasaily are respectfully invited to attend. In Wednesday, August 10, Mr. Fkjidlna.nd Kohijcb, in ? e 40th year of his age. BU friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, this afternoon, at two o'clock, from hie late residence, No. 04 Cherry street. His remains will be taken to Greenwood Cemetery for Interment. In Brockljn, L I , on Wtduesday afternoon, August 10, Jon."* G Filler, aged 17 jears 6 months and 22 days. His fiiend<, ai d thn.-e of his fathnr, Samuel Fuller, will be notified in to morrow's paper when his funeral will take place. At Mew' Scotland, Albany county. New York, on Mon day, Auguit 8, of croup, Chaklw Hah field, only son of Jacob R an<l Mary Eliza Slaight, aged 3 years, 11 months and 13 dais. The relatives and friends of the fomily, al o the members of 1/idy Putnam Chapter, No. 4, C. D. A., are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, this morning, at ten o'cl?'k. from the residence of his parents, No. 43 Horatio street. At New Rochelle, on fTuesday, August 9, Movenia McKat Htatt, daughter of Stephen and Dorinda E. Hyatt, aged six years. The friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral, this afternoon, at four o'olock, without farther Invitation. At the Elms, Throg's Neck, on Tuesday evening, August 9, Julia 3. Ann, daughter ef Thomas and Elizabeth Ash, aged 18 tear* and 7 months. The filer.ds ef the fami'j are invited to attend her fu neral, this afternoon, at five o'clock. On Wednesday, Auguit 10, after a lung and protracted Hires*. Skirt R lniARBoR.tr, aged 39 years and 0 months, ron of Rodolphus Dearborn, formerly of North Hampton. N. H. The friends of Lis father, as well as those of his hr> thers. Peter T and John and Alexander, are reejfW'.fuUv invited to attend his funeral, at the residence of his father. No 03 Third avenue, to morrow afteruooa, at two o'clock, without further invitation. New Hampshire papers please copy. On Wednesday evening, August 10, Mr. William Eamks, aged 40 j ears. The friends of the family, and the members ef the Northern Light Lodge, No. 318, I. O. of O. F., are re quested to attend hu fuaeral, this afternoon, at four o'clock, from his late residenoe, No. 190 Madison street ?IRITinB INTELLIGENCE. almanac fob nw toh? nra sat. sn> torn 07 I moon ms 10 52 m am ...7 02 | anna watir .mem ? 18 Port of New York, Aug net 10, 1803. CLEARER ^teamsbipr? Lculsiana, Smith, Brazos and (ralventon, C Mmgsn; Alabama Hchenck, Savannah SI. Mttchlll Shipr? Hudson, Clark, New Orleans, W T Frost; Anns Tift IJnsoott, Mobile, K H Fosdlek; Oregon (Br), McDo raid, Quebec, Barclay k Livingston; J A westervelt, Hoo&ees. Liverpool Tajlor Ai Ritch; Star of the West, Blake. IjverpooL 8 Thompson & Nephew; Agnee, Tarlton, Port Walthall, Mffken k Ironside#. Rerks? Hlze (Srem), Oat gen, Bremen, Henehen k Unkart; Cherokee, Cottin, St John, NB, Brett, Vo?e k Co; Maj flower, Doell, Montevideo, Hy. Trowbridge k Sons; J W Andrews, French, Baltimore, Nesmlth A Sens. Brigs ? Panola, Was*, PhiWdelphla, Peck fcChardh; R B lewton. Crane, Newport, P V King k Co- James Wal laee, Foster, Cherry field, Me, Smith k Boynton; S P Brown, Almy, Newport, master; Cardiff. Melville, New port master; Win Boothby (Br), CofflU, Wisdaor, N3, J 8 Whitney k Co. Fchre? lanra Jnna. Sherman, New Bedford, master; flcero, Tbomas. Beautort, llateman k Rudderow; Azoff, Oaiacar, Norfolk, master; Alaric, I /) rimer, Wilaaingtoa, I'ollner k Potter; Alotre, Held, NewHete, Davis i Hola t?,Tete?a Jane (Br), Oatdaer, Qeutbers, C Acker ly; Catted State*. Banfceier, JacfcaenvtUe, H 9 fcw>B?i ft 0?; Teiagrmpb, Omt, Mamgwda Bat, MoCre*4y, Matt ft Co; OriAAA. Dodge. Rlokmoad, C H Plereo*; W?t WW, Bennett, City Point Tw Brut ft Sight; KearNot(Br), Knowlea EUuthara. C Ackerlr Hmh Hirli, Jmm, b^t fc?6o B 8trdy ' MMtks Foat> Mobu*? K D Hurl Sloop? E 8pr*gae, Flak. Vinhim, E apnea*. Steamer? W*at*rn port, Hall, Baltimore, H H Taylor. UBTB. Steamship IUImU, Hartsten*, Asplnwall, Aug 1, to M 0 Roberts. Ship Hanry Clay (pkt), GanJkins, Liverpool, June 24, with MO nww|in, to Spofford. rtlMton ft Co. July 10, 1st 47, Iob 88 80. passed brig Matt HoCtm, heuad East; 4th last let 42, Ion 06, speke ship 1 Bonis ger, of Binn, bound to Baltimore. 43 day* oat. Took a pilot 7th list, off the Wat and of Long Island. Ship Constitution (pkt). Brittoa, Liverpool, July 10, with 860 pumprt, to QmomU, Minturn It Co. Ant 0, off George's Shoal, passed ihlp Southampton, for New York. Ship Gaarga Canning (Ham), Jacobs, Hamburg, 69 days with 818 pawengera, to Sohmidt ft Balehen. July 17, lat 42 48, Ion 42 46, apoke Br ship Julia, from Lcndon for Naw York, with 440 passengers; had loot her fore and main topmasts, with only 18 daya water on board: aha Intended to pat into St John, NB, for a supply of water. Bark Pallai (Prns), Hollar, Tarragona, and 00 day* from Gibtalttr. to E Carat Bark C B Hamilton (of Portland), Means, Cardenas, 10 day*, to Parkin* ft Delano. Bark Gorarncr Parrli (of Portland), Oraen, St Jago, Cuba, 16 day*, to maater. Brig Minna (Olden), Springar, Pernambuco, 36 day*, to J T Brookelmann. Brig Andrew Peters (of Ellsworth), SunUnd, tardena*, 10 da;*, to manter. Aug 6, Ut 87, lou 74, aignalUed aohr Madagascar, steering E Brig Tribune (ot Orland), Klllman, Cardenas, 10 days, to H D Brookman & Co. Brig Richard (Br), Godfrey, Barbadoen, 10 daya, to Ar thur Leary ft Co. Brig Acadian (Br), Lookhart, Windsor, N3, 14 day*, to master. Brig Juverra (Br), Cunningham, St John, NB, 0 days, to P 1 Nevius & Co. Schr Desdemona (Br), Sawyer, Harbor Island, 0 day*, to Eneas ft Hutchin*. Schr Samuel N Smith, Ryder, St Marys, Ga, 11 daya, Schr Trader. Trader. Bavannah, 0 days. Schr E S Willets, Smith, Washington, NC, 4 day*. Schr Elizabeth Ann. Kruxe, Washington, NO, 4 day*. Schr J B Bleecker, Gautry, Washington. NC, 4 day*. Scbr B Harris, Spencer, WUmlDRten, Del, 2 days. Schr Mary Jane, Spenoer, Norfolk, 4 days. Schr Giptey (saw), Iagallt, Macbias, 6 days. Schr Tivano, Lowe, Gloucester. 3 daya. Steamer Kennebec, Clark, Philadelphia. JUS* The ahip Ohio, arr yesterday from Liverpool, had 302 passenger*; had light westerly wind* the whole par sage. July 4, off Sable Island, spoke ship Albert Galla tin, hence for Liverpool. SAILED. Steamship Alia, Liverpool; Alabama, Savannah; ship Fly Away. Melbourne; barks Flight, Savannah; Horace, Philadelphia. Wind at sunset, calm. Sid yesterday, ship Sea Witch, Santon (not San Fran cisco). Br Bawdy Hook Fainting Tuoraph.] The Highlands, Aug 10 ? Sunset. All the outward bound vessels have all gone to Be*. One brig off the Highlands, bound up. Wind light fiom the South. Weather hazy. Memoranda. Berk Keoka, 260 tons, of New Bedford, recently em ployed in the merchant service, has been purchased by Capt Jamos H Slocum. of that city, for the whaling busi ness. Price $6,000. She will be commanded by Capt Jno Bowland late second cffioer of ship Robert El wards, of New Bedford. Telegraphic Marine Report?. " r BeerroN, Aug 10. Arrired-Barks Harvest, Havre; P?rma, PaUrmo; David Nickels, Caidenas; Kim. Philadelphia; ^ldo?i Competitor, Glasgow. De France, do- frontier, Fortune Island; Manianillo, Meeelna; Eile, Hudson, Hylas, J C Gilmore, and Ta ratine, Philadelphia; Nitheroy, ^York "eh? Edward, Jaemel! C W Dexter, Aux Cayes- General Taylor, Charleston; Usher. Rich mend; Saml Nash, Ron do ut; Philadelphia, Troy ; Susan, Per?everence, and Em pire Albany ; Charlotte, Newark; Margaret Ann, Hudson, &r Wanklin, and Win Gregory, NYork; steamer Martin Hoffn an, Alexandria. Herald Marine Correepondence Kjxooton, Ja, Jul* 28. Arrived- July 13, brig Gen Pinkney. Hayes, Baltimore (and sld 22d on return); 14th, brigs Isabella (Br), 1 ea cock, NYork; 17th, Brownsville, Rogers, sld 23d on return) * 18th, Venus Dudley, NYork (and sld 24th for Cuba); schr Jane Elizabeth, Love, New Orleans; 19th. Manchester, Patterson, Baltimore (and rid 24th for Pensacola); 21st, brig Velocity (Br), 1*?". 22d. bark Reindeer. Fianklin, NYork; brig Extoa, Bro wn, Baltimore- 24th, Gen 8cott, Stakely (or Giaham). Balti more- 25th, brigs Windward, Maridiall, and paragon, Johnson. Baltimore; Union (Br), fhieholm, New Orleans; 26th, ba.k E Barss w.lltog? Brlfts Extr*. MulrWrn, brig Velocity (Br), and schr Gen Scott, to sail for Cuba. Arr at Montego Bay, Ja, 25th, brig EH Fitler, Hewitt, fr??r*at FiJtaouih ?3d, schrs Sophia Kcight, from Balti more; Sarah Ann, Gale, NYork. Auj? 6. Arrived? Schrs Gannet, Haskell, NYork for Portland; Richmond, Driskwater. Newburypcrt; tloop New London, ChapieU New London for Boston. 7th? Arr ?ohis Wm Gregory, Packard, NYork for Bos ton- Hind. Wood, do for Salens; Ivanhoe, Drinkwater, do for haveihiU; Msrgaret Ann, Havens, do for Boston. 8th? Sld all the vest el a above reported, exoeptlng ?cur Msrgaiet Ann. another schr. and aloop New London. 0th? Sld ship Harvfbt, of Nantucket, Biddell.for Pa-lflc, fchrs Margaret Ann, and another schr bound E; Kiorgv, March an t, Boston; sloop New London, dj. No arrivals this morning. Philadelphia, Aug 10 ? 4 P M. Arrived? Barks Venezuela, Wilson. Liguayra; Japo nic*. Power, Ha%ana;Maiy Dale, Marshman, Cardenas briirs Orinoco, Nash, Pictou; Marcus, Hatch, Boston, H F Cushing, Lancaster, do; schis Mary Ann, Preesy, Ca lais; Wm Mafon, Staples. NYoik; J A Salem; F H Rawley. Rogers, Boston; Oriana, Stahl, Ca lais; Globe, Matihews, Boston. Cleared? Brigs Gipsy, Bojd. Port Spain, Trinidad; Mar cus, Hatch, Bangor; H P Cushing, Lancaster, B:>?ton; Joieph Albion, Clark, Ca'denas; Denmark, York; fcbrs C R Pickery, Morton, and Wm Mason, Stanles Taunton; Roxbnry, Nickerson; Futher Child, Baker 'and Mecca, Ward. Boston; Mall, Crowell, Provi dence; steamer Delaware, Sandfoid, NYork. DlMitera Ship Telegraph, from Valparaiso for Boston, which put back to Valparaiso 5tn June to repair damages eaa-el by striking some heavy body, resumed her voyage iOtb ult. Bbio Frontier, Hoyt, on the passage from Gaadaloupe for Turk's Itland, in a squall earned away head of main mast. which fell clear or the vessel The Frontier arrived at West bav 7th inat., and sailed 8th for Boston. Wiialmo Bkio Topaz, Anthonv, of New I/radon/ before reported wrecked at Falkland Islands, "truck a rock Apni 9X in entering the ha.bor of Beaver kland one o the Falkland eroup. By gieat exertion she was got off, 12th inst., with five feet water in the hold, main keel broken, and gar board streak stove in Tor about twenty feet She rasiiken to Stanley settlement 29th, with both pumpi going, was discharged, and her cargo ??ld?t auction. Ibe vestel was surveyed and condemned Captain Anthony S proceeded to Montevideo i? schooner J 6 Davidson. Whalemen. ffld from New Bedford ?th, ship Metacom, North Pacific Ocean bark Afton, Atlantic Ooean. Btaaid from July 9, lat 5 N, Ion -, Henry, Coleman, ^ ^p'oKEjt? May 6, on Charleston Ground (by the Hecla, of NB), Tropic Bird, Stanton, NB. 30 sp 100 wh on board (rep June 3, oil not stated). Spoken. Shin Jonathan Goodhue, Slater, hence Feb 10, for San Vranctf co. Match 30, lat 16 43 8 Ion 36 21 W . Ship Ocean Spray, M'l*llan, hence (Feb 20), for San Francisco April 9 lat 28 31 S, Ion 45^ W. Ship Be'rkKbire, Williams, from Boston (Feb 0), for San FianciMSo), April 28, lat 49 45 8, Ion 64 W. Ship St iawrence. Perry, hence (Dec 16) for _*n Fran ciico May 21, lat 24 42, Ion 86 12 W. Shfp Abby Aanchard, 14 days from Qeebcc Tor London, ' "^1 n^Telaw ar^MHcbell, hence (May 61 for San Fran ei'co no date, kc. but prevteJuly & ? dv letter from Capt Coleman, of wbaleship Henry, of and for Nantucket, Atlantic,1 beBceJfo/ New Orleans, Aug 4, lat 40 04, '"/J clipper i hip painted white, supposed the Snow H<iusll, Bursley. hence (Feb 26) for Sao f ranclsco, was ie? n Match 30, lat 16 43 S, Ion 36 21 _ Bark Paid Bin Sultan, 16 days from Salem for Ztoribar, JU^rk^>oulseV Caroline, hence for Pcrnambuco, Aug 4, UtRt?g Ojnthle (Br), from Ardrossaufor Providence, Aug Brie'R^ Packer, Majo, from Boston for St Domingo, ult, WtM 10,1^4^^ Brwofl Aritts-In port June 18 .hip Gondola, for N York- schr Herry A Barilng, for aale. Bakuadow ? lo port abt July 25, several Ain schr.i, naires not lecollected ? by the Br brig Richard, at thli ^AnriWAfl-Arr July 27, Wg Royal Portland 28th, baik I/evant, Norden, Philadelphia. Sld "?th bsr'k Petrel. Avery, Coik; brig Yankee, Sturdlvant, ^em Mor?na; 29th, bark Mary l>aU, Marshman, 1 ?b.la ii?inh(a- 30th brigs C A White, White, and A Peteri, McParland, N'iork; Aontan, Ystes, anil Civilian, Foeeet^, ^TrrvrrF/ioa? Arr July 2H berk Cabesa, Haven, Philv delphia ? brigs Huena Vista. Wines, Wilmington ; G W Lawrence Kogerty. hence; Venus, Dudley, Kingston, Ja. Sld 2?th, brigs Neptune, Upton, Boston; K'ngalok ( Br), Anderton, NYork; 27th, barks Harriet k Martha, 1P Vems, sr.d Dency, Averill, NYork; schr Ja? N Muir, Booze, ^COMWrn*?'1*" pert July 11, bark John Wlnthrop, BCA^WffSSwrr2Junre%9, ship Burlington. Cook, Eng. via Valparaiso for Pan an a. witt^coai for Sim C eo; 27th, bark Crusoe, Blsbee, hence 132 ^HAvANA-Arr July 30, barks Franklin (Fr), Recaud, immi F Chase, Chase, C?rdenas; brig srtiBSP' ?ift?' ss2r sx ssstsui ssga sssar s Jawwlca. lowers.^i^ P Joh> ? o^tlngv Useeps, ?d Ma/r Kllzabeth, Mctoneell, NOrleans, ?cllr Kdwlo ^ J_ Xh^ldau do- 2d. brigs 1 pontine, Merryman, SfflS'A Watsmn Charleston. _ ffll lat . Mje Sfwners^ Watson, Charleston; 2d, Marshall, B*an \Yirk ^Uof^O-U tort May 19, ehty ArchUect, Ued?? fm , uaet CkidiM*, Pitta, do Ait Mi; 21. thlpe J M Oosshr, Burrows, ft>r 8m Franeiaco mo*; Rloh?r4 Aleoj^ Kama j, ue, ?d Mi; 4, ship Hefcor, Nichols, Boaami-iR Mat 23. btcke Bherlng, Jwiip, Boa ton Jaa M (aa4 aM Jim 7 for Kamchatka). ?W May IT, CMglaa. Frsaoh, Cellao (not China); 21at, Fl??? IJTali, ghaaghae; (May 28, brig Zoe, laa Fran eian> Xaxaica? 8oe Corretpondesoa. llinmn-Ii port May 16, abip Geneva, Tuokar, from Manila for Boatoa; had made aoaao trifling repairs and waa probably raady to aail. ?MojmtMDW) ? An J una 18, aehr J E Davidson, Hiae, Falkland blends. MiUKZil ? Art July 28. brig G F William*. Kintman, Havana; Aug 1, thip Marion, Sampson. Boston: brig Sa rah Thorndlke, Day, Havana. Sd 20th. bark Leoole, Leslie, Cowea; brig* Rainbow, Bunker, NOrleans; Aug 1, Octavia, Collins, NYork ; Charlotte. Spark a, do. Kkwpokt, E? In port July 27, ship Waban, Day, for N Toik Idg. Panama? Arr July 17, at earner Oregon, Leroy, San FrarcUco, and sld 20th on. return. Fkrmambuco? No Am vessel in port abt July 6. Quran-? Arr Aug 5. bark Devonport, MsKeazle, NY ark; 6th, skips Carolua Magnus Chaaa, and Iaaae Bell, John aton, do; bark Pudyona, Arkle, do. St. Jago? In port about July 26, brlga F Fabara, Fou taine, from Philadelphia (arr 22d) ; Choctaw, Barton, for NYork 6th lnrt (arr 21 at from Boaton.) Arr 21st. aebr Zephyr, Byera, Char lea ton; 23d, bark Orampua, Rogers, Boston. St Jomr Nli ? Arr Aug 1, bark Welkin, Glover, NYork via St Androira. Old lit Inst, ahloa Prince de Jelnville, Conway. Liverpool; 3d, Grecian, llaley, do; 6th, ship 3t Lou la. Hoyt, Liverpool; tohr Ottoman. 8r Croix? In port abt July 27. bark Got Von Oxholm, Davis. from Philadelphia via St Thomaa, disg; brig Mon serrate, Barton, from Norfolk do. Shidiac ? Arr Aug 6, brig Sarah W Cashing, Anult, N York. St Hxlbca? Arr June 22. ship "Marksnsacken," from Auatralia for Liverpool; (probably ship Shaokamason of Philadelphia, which baa been reported, supposed incor rectly, arr at Liverpool prev to May 1). Sagca? Arr July 26, Retch Brothers, Carver, Cardenas. Sid 26th brig Alesia, Haskell, Boaton: 28th, schr Am Maria, Mitchell, Baltimore; 29th, bark Diligence, Hutch, lnson, NYork. Trimdad? Sid July 26, brig Aialla, Gorum, NYork; 26th, bark Eliza A Cochran, Allen, Cowea; 27th, brig Cor delia. Mitchell, Boston. Valparaiso? Arr June 16, achr J B Brown. May he*, hence, and sld 21st for San Francisco ; put baok 18th, leaky, bark Warwick, Hopkins. Sli 16th, a hi pa Queen or the Pacific Reed, San Francisco (from Boston); 20th, Telegraph, Pausland, Boston, having repaired; 2lat, schs Hemy, Newhall, San Franclroo (from Salem.) Home Porta. ALEXANDRIA? Arr Aug 8, schr Yankee Doodle, hence. ALBANY? Arr Aug 9, achra Detroit and Saginaw, Boaton; aleop Flee*:, Nantucket. Cld iteam sckr Weit Chester. Tracy, NYoik; achr Oregon, Lorell, Boaton; sloops Vienna, Smith, Newpert; J E Earl, Van Ettea, NYork Republic, ?onle, New Bedford. APPONAUG ? (Warwick)? Arr Aug 6, achr R M Car lisle, Hpple. Philadelphia. BALTIMORE? Arr Aug 8. bark Celestial, Howm. Bos ton; schr Fair. Price, hence. 9th, ship John Quiuey Adama. Lewis, Callao 90 days: bark Mary (Br), Levtney, Callao 90 days; brig Burmah. McKenzie, Bangor; schrs Maria, Bliasett, NYork ; Sea Gull, Howland, Providence; steamer Locust. Layfleld, hence. Cld 8th. brig Flora, Hubbard, Jamaica; schr Seguine, 3wain, NYork. 9th, bark May Queen, Kirwan, Demarara; brigs Seguin, Du bel. Jamaica: Mary Ann, Lswls, do; Queen Viotoria (Br), McKinoey, West Indies; Josephus, Wilson, Savannah; echr Wild Pigeon, Millikin, Providence. BOSTON ? Arr Aug 9, steamer City of Boston. Fisher, Philadelphia; ship Star of Empire, Brown, Liverpool, June 23; bark Christiana (Nor). Hanson. Gottenburg; brigs Trenton, Sprague. Smyrna, May 24; Colombo (Sio), Couora. Palermo. June 22; John R Dow, Wheeler Bon aire. Julv 10. Cld, barks Eagle. Sims, Africa; Wm M Harris, Foster Tarry. Galveston; Gov Brigs, Hallet, Mo bile jbrg is Caroline, Harding, Charleston: Audover, Hardy, Alexandria; Trieste, Lampher, Philadelphia, to load for Cuba; Emma, Baker, and Chicopee, Emery, Philadelphia; schr Arietta,! Long, Norfolk. Sid, ship Tirrell; barks Southerner, Tremont; brigs Bridget, Versailles, Webster, Kelly,! Chas Jleath, Eagle, Victory, Billow. Margaret Elizabeth, South Boston. Trenton, Condor, Viator, P R Hichborn, Julia Ann, Frances Jane, Candaee, H Greeley, Brorkllne, Principe, and many others, including a large fleet of f choosers. BANGOR ? Arr Aug 6, schr Wm Johnson, Philadelphia. BATH? Arr Julv 23, brig Richmond, Giles, Wilmington. NC. Sid brig Metallak, Alley, Baltimore; schr James G King. Wainwright. Wilmington NC. BRISTOL? Ait Aug 9, brig Maria, Pearce, NYork; sloop Charles. Rhodes, do. CALAIS? Arr Aug 2, brig African. Keen, NYork. Cld 3d, schru Com Tucker, Fuller, and Petite Lizzie, McFar lantl, NYork; Delaware. Bickmore, Philadelphia. DIGHTON? Arr Ang 6. schrs Saml L Crocker, Philadel phia for Taunton; 8th, Milton, Hawkins, NYork. FAI L RIVER ? Arr Aug 6. schrs Ophir, Gray, Delaware City; Mediator, Reed, Chesapeake Bay: Buena Vista, Pot ter, and Oregon, Wines, Port Ewen; Milton, Hawkins, N York for Dighton; sloop Randall H Greene, HawkinK, Rondout; 8th. propeller Albany, Albany; 9th, schr Ann Smith, Cain. Port Ewen. Sid 7th, schrs Eleanor, (of NYork), Clietapeske Bay; 8th, Kate. Wedmore, NYork; sloop Maria Louisa. Bennett, do; 9th, schrs Oregon, Wines, and Baena Vista, Potter, do. JACKSONVILLE ? Arr July 30, f chr Reindaer, Ca '.heart, NYork. Cld Aug 1, schr Relief, Shoppy, Philadelphia. NORFOLK ? Arr Aug 6. schr Eliza Jane, Barnard, Alexandria for Nantucket, put in to finish ldg. NEW HAVEN? Arr Aug 9, schr Golden Gate, Smith, NYork. NEWPORT? Arr Aug 6 brig Nitberoy, Har.-iman, heme far Boston; schrs Eliza, do for N Bedford; Aimed*, Phila delphia for do; Angler, Albany for do; Fmllfr. heaet for do; Joseph Cratidall, Fall River for Baltirwore: Luther, hence for Salem; 7th, yachts Norman, Major; Maria, Stevens: Hayes, Duncan : Tra, Rutherford ; Cornelia, Edgar; Irena. Hawkins, and Sport, Ferris, all henee on a cruise. Sid 7th, brig Nltheroy,, Harriman (from NYork), Boston; schrs Jos Crandall, and Minerva, MjGlvren (fr<m Fall River), Baltimore. NEW BEDFORD ? Arr Ang 8, pchrs Thomas B Smith, Albany; Ellen Rodman, NYork S'd sclfr Monitor, (from Waiebam) NYork; 9th, schrs Meteor, and Almeda, Phila delphia ; Angler, Albany: sloop Emily, NYork. Sid brig Annavan. Hardy, Philadelphia: schr President, do. NANTUCKET ? Arr Aug 6, senr Jacob Raymond, Phila delphia. NEW LONDON? Arr Aug 6, schrs Jane, Lewis, Somer set for Philadelphia: (loop Harriet, Brlghtman, Rondout for Fall River; W S Mount, Providence for NTork. PHILADELPHIA ? Arr Aug 9. schrs M Sewell. Lind, Bangor; L Audenried, Corf on; Mora, Smith, and Mary Ana. Haley, Calais. Cidr schrs Lowell, Dyer, Boston; Capitol, Carston, Belfast, PROVIDENCE? Arr Aug 9, Br brig Three Brothers, Sweet, Aidrossan May 23; schrs Aona Jenkins, Sherman, Baltimore; B E tfnarp, Sharp, Philadelphia; Nathan a Crane. 8erman Philadelphia; Alexander Lenderson, Godfrey, Philadelphia; Warren C Nelson, Leeds, Phila delphia: Delaware. Harding. Philadelphia; Nluetta, Stites, Philadelphia ; RUhard law, Cbappell, Albany; Trarquil, Seaman, Rondout for Pawtucket; sloops Thoa B Hawkins. Hawkins, Rondout; Denmark, Penney, Rondout for Pawtucket: J M Parker, Mason, Albany; Americi, nail, NYcrk. Below, Br brig Cynthia, Torrauae, from Ardros an June 9; schr United. Wells, from Albany; sloop Thomas Hull, Hull, from NYork; alro a des>1oaded fore and aft schooner. Sid, bark Warrea White. Towne, St Hel?na and Mozambique, and anchored off Warwick Neck, wind S, light; schrs Star, Nlckerson, for Philadel phia; R H Huntley, Hammond, do; Evllean Treat, Bow doin, Bangor, (or Philadelphia, according to wind): Presto, Clark. Macbias, (or do do); Chase. Oaks, and W S Robbins, Cartwright, NYork; sloop Hector, Chaun oev, do. RICHMOND? Arr Aug 8, steamship Jamestown, Par ri.-h, NYork SALEM? Cld Aug 8, brig Euarene A Reed, Reed, Phila delphia: schr Caroline Grant, Berry, do. S1<1 from below, brig M Shepard. Para. TAUNTON? Sid Aug 8, schr Huldah Ann West, Phil lips, Philadelphia; Samuel L Crocker, Phillips, do; Jacob Smith Thrasher, NYork. WILMINGTON, NC-Arr Aug 6, schrs N W Smith, Ho kart, hence. 8ih. Laroartine, Tyler, do. WARKEN ? Sid Aug 7, sloop Willard, Carr, NYork. ADVERTISEMENTS RENEWED ETERY DAT. HOTKL.8. CITY H?Tt J. 437 AND 4*9. BROAD WAY, CORNER ?? Howard street, New York, li new open far the mom modatlon of the pubHe. The housenaa recentl v been *t.ted up with all the modern improvements, Mid li furnishad (? a superior manner. The above hotel is conducted on the European plan, ud th* proprietor sslieit* the patronag* of hi* former . uests, and the travelling public In general. GEORGE W. HARPEL. froprietof C1RAMEHCY HOTEL.? THIS ELEGANT AND FASH, T ionable hotel, corner of Broadway and Twentieth street, with i',n extensive additions. comprising over two haadred and twenty live rooms in now ready for the aecomin >d*tion of the pnblie. Hoard (2 p?r day, or $10 por week ; lid'lnir, single room, with breakfast. $fl per week. The proprie.t >r intends that this house shall oentinue to de*?rve its high reputation as a first olass hotel. L. DONADI. WAYERLEY HOUSi. 697 BROADWAY, CORNER Of Foarth street.? Tills hotel, having tea reHtted and enlari< d, in prepared to reaeive permanent heardor* aad trstihient visiters, in a style not to be snrpnMed by any es tabltshment in the city. W. J. RENALL, 097 Ureadwoy. mBHIlTRK. VNAMEI.LFB AND COTTAGE rCRXITtnUt. -M*? fj from $2 S to $1,000. The largest auortroeat in th< United State*. Sets mad* In.nnmber, *olor, and suede, U salt all taste*. GILLIES A BYRNE, manufacture rs, Ml Broadway (a few doer* above Sorinc street east side;, tu anfaotorv. No. *? ?r*?na irtraet I ENAMELLED FURNITURE -HAVING COMPLETED j iu> machinery, I am ao v enabled to offer some of the richest and most splenid suits, ai w?U eh a few of the eh?*jr> est ever oflered in this ntrkiw wholesale and retail. WARREN W A 11 D, H4 Grand ?VK?t, one block east #f Bioadway. I ENAMELLED AND COTTAGE FURN ITURE ? THE li subscriber* Invite the attention of purehuor* to their stock of fashionable and durable chamber suites, from $:!?> upwards. factory ami salesroom tH White street, throo doors west of Broadway. Dealers, shippers, and the trad* snpplWd on liberal terms. WARWICK A TURNER. ' liquors' C1LARET WINE.? STILL A FEW nUVDRED CASKS J of table, olaret, and other fine analitie* at th* original price*. These wines are x.nnd, and will he (old by th* sia irleeaseer 10# ease* by Wai. U. (Tnderllll. 430 Broom* street. Genniao scbiedam schnapps in sv>n* and gift**. PROPRIETORS OF HOTELS, AT THE DTFFRRBJT1 watering places, and throagnoat th* tonntry, are r* qaocted to *xamia* oar *xten*ive ?fc?k of win**, oranAi**. and ssgar* which we ofhr at th* t*w*?t market prioe. Great ladueeiaent* t* cash bnysr*. PETERS A CHAMBERS, Importer*. *? Broadway SUMMER WINES.? HOCKHEIMER, RUDESUEIMER, Jobaaaesberger, Dtainberger, Cabinet. Uant Santerne, l a Volte*, La Tbur ?hataan Mafgaanx, St. Jallaa, St. E* tephe. In ca**s of en* dos*n eaoh, Tor *ala by PETERS A CHAMBERS, S(X) Broadway ?T|riM,IAM H. UNDERHtl L OFFERS TO DEALERS ? TT aad families brandies, wia?s ?ln, whiskey, se*s rs. A*., from bond or Stole, in every variety, at ? per oeat below any oth?r honso. Old *holoa blackberry bfaudy, tn* hest M?*H ia (k* BMk?t. MO ?t**m* *U?*t. rnriKouu AAA TO LOiK (IK 8VS8 TO WIT Afffc VyU.UUU tMb) an real iitiUti this dir. BrookV, aad WUUMMkwg. Apply to riN1 1 k WESTON, 01 Chfr Un ilrMt il A 000 -"OWKT -MONIT i>TANCK? OR. ?PAU.UUV. (or bought out liberally for oaah,) ?* ohaadUe, H?ui, plaaoa. matches, diamond*. Jewelry. ?* I personal prtoertv g.a.rally. in nai to a a*, at 48 Tow. I ?treat. N. B.? For aale, okoapt a flao, high towd 0V oata?*l a tao, high tov*d . roMwood pianoforte, s.gars, Heldslck champamo, at 48 Veaey ?t root, from B to 6 o'clock. 6Veet?v? >, io., to-. $10,000 *^?^*52.82 VJ22S profitable nature. Ample eeearitv will be ri'roa JJX* 2,nnV.tomh.:fwU** ,hM* " ** n%"5,,)r. IWttAND AND 1NQUX>, nr Mm 8wuuw ** ^ F'1t>!T?/NN?vL, R,P?W OP THE DIRECTOM O T *^?;w?rth Company, for 1853. 18M:_ " 0 th* Edge worth Company, elected Jue 7%fc. |*?a?ld.nt-B.nJamln L. Allen. Director! ? Baajamin L. Alltn, Boston. Haas. ? i Gardiner 0. Hubbard, Beaton, Mas*. ? Joaoph L. Mots, Phlladil ?hia, Pen*. ?- '? Conrerae, Maiden. Maaa. ? *? *? Davison, Boatoa, Maaa. ?. ?a,ajL Boaten, Maaa. TV-.. C. J. Hen dee, Koxhury, Mui. Till A? .* Olork ? J amea C. Dunn. lrifth ?lfeoto,riof th* *dgeworth Company, in making thefe fk ? ni ? B Vv R;pert- watmod in Wng aUe to ejearaaa w! i?.nlon' *b?* n#T?' ?lnoe the rormatl >n of the Commv enooaragfngfthan ^? more or j capital of the Company is three *?? - J ? -* nrt '"th'' VrooW ' ? iswt*. h> wh,na?8r >"aed, wUiadd to on?hDn"4dWa#crr.ha o^SaTCe'n ^dntN/acr3i.and el?lnd,n? STfi&oS The Trial Balance and Inhibit here following fro .? th. Trtatur.r'* hooka, show the items and atate ofahe n?? PMVn?!lPBA?;?pdJ!iSTa1"" of EdK*worth stock ? *???. Tkial Balance? Bdoeworth Co.. June l lHTii Cash, $4,71)3 3fl Capital stock $2Qit 000 0Q La?ds purchased,.. .131,004 83 Lands cold fiYlHfl 3 S.'.'K""1'--: ?gf ? eTW?S::iB8 488 Nntea receivable 3 5 <J12 14 Dividend No. 1 ... . UjUfi 72 Dividend No. 2 ... . 9 348 85 School at Edgew'th. 310 14 Street, canal, and expense att'dg... 41.909.11 Sundrica 20.914 50 $358, 221 90 ?ittfl mm m EXHIBIT OF THE ASSETS Or THE *DGEWOBTH OOM?Aam f. 1HS3. ' 40 aore* land on the railroad and eanal, equal to 1,742,400 square feet, at 5 cents ta*r 100 aq 39 acres, eqnal to l,688,f40 sn feet, at . oenta 42 471 M 46 acre* terraeea, aad piled atone wharf, equal to 1,742, WO aq. feet, at 6% oents ... 117 ni2 M 100 acroa, equal to 4,366,000 aq. feet, ' at 4 oenta 174 210 00 Total &121 443 M Leas outstanding land sorip'for'divl- ' In^HaVaMwrVactory and machinery, U'281 ? cost 2*' 033 7* Boarding house on lot 126 and land. 4?IX?0 U0 Hoarding honae on lot 22 and land . . . 2,70? 00 Stock in Saugua Branch Railroad, 80 shares, say /; qqa aq Stook in Maiden Bank, 40 shares. 4,000 00 Stock in Boaton Iron Tube Co., aay. . 0,100 00 Aaseaamenta unpaid, aecured by stock *764 00 Account va. Boston Iron Tube Co.... 239129 ?<* sundry accounts, gay 8 ltii 41 N otea receivable, aecurod by mortgage and collateral 135 912 14 Less rotes payable 18.S83 32- 24 .323 78 Cash on hand 4,783 35 Tetal .....j 80 2S4 52 Less due for land purchased of* sun 1 QJ7 WMons, to be settled by notes uaa ??"? ? g??? shares, at $11 04 per share ?Ki tak w. colnanv'ln1 Order^d ty th. F<5?S!Si ini^ ? ln *hle acoountant np to February l8?3, were proaonted at a meeting hold in Maroh lait. Since then, new and improved aocount books hava been opened, and atockaeoounta completely balanced, nr"*!* 5 n mt,e.lnK' 'he stocli holders oonlirmed a dividend of two dollars a share in land. One hundred acres oftho Edgeworlh property, to meet those dividenda, were ooa? vejed, all lotted ont, and with atreets made. te threa tElT icfM-n*"-*1!!' ?enJ*ln'? ,L- Alien, U. O. Hubbard, and SamK K< ttell, and those untitled to th* dividends, receiv* theraf > vr?Mr?n"fi?n^ j? for thelr amount in stook of th Maiden Highlands Company, to bs organised by the holdor 2 . Si? j *t their mooting in BoJton, advertised for th th" 7ue,<isyj ' 4,11 whose property oonslst* 01 f?? doUa?Da ;Lw?*e'6nted *' tW8"tT ^0U8&ad at Agreeably to the recommendation of the itookholden th* directors have purchased for the company, contiguous to M? w^?r P.roP.erty- "Pwards of sixty acre* of very vS?2 i j ' ne** whrta run* tbe 8augu* Brunch and Boston Railroad, and negotiations are in progress for nin th?re through these laada, and erecting a ,UUoa ena'>le the oompany to eoncentrata *n the e"tir# advantage of all improve ments made upon their property. The company's landa consist of beautiful building land at the geographical centre of the flourishing town of Maiden? sloping west and routh from a heiiht of sixty feet on Malik braneh 0 ? railroads? the Boston and Maine the Medforl the Saugna and Eastern, and their station* within four minutes walk? an! to ? navixable canal m, necting it with the wateraof Boston harbor one hundroJ ""?"'J '*?t wide and ten feet deep, ronnUg for tJSl third* of a mile through the centre of Edge worth -and of* riiiro^ " *af ,id*.of the,? railways and canal, with P"'i,n? an? '? Pa??ing. and stopplng tkirtv * ?y ofXston anH? ?ft?" y n' k* mln"te< di'tano* from th? ?i.. .!. i ? and with omn hussea running to aad from are i jmirtij11" j 'i j'f *rJ now oojupied by, and all *d*P.t?,d '<>r various sorts of factories, in th* midst o/ these facilities of intercourse with th? ni?? *l. country, and distant market, and ports th* all tha? ? by the dlr"otor'' *nJ which ara re*d s *^*'**'''!reii,'withhtre?rlon<tha new purchase, and on some of th? othir landa* tw* i diate erection on some of tte lots on the rising Und of hLSJ a\.::ss Tub. T.rk^ th. ^ ""pa^y; the buitdlng* of the Maldsa iuoe vrorXs, the extensire buildings of Webstar A r? >? a * T^lage already commenced. wit? its ita" tions and 1 wading room, its well graded streeU its thlrtl r forty houses, with a fro. school, an engine houa. in nm' all ' Ms'pro cert v# l n.'l'* m*nn^ctartf1'< ostablishmenta. And ?;'.r,|B Property, business and population, ii within & nimik panv^tifl'M.^aVh* n,U*' wh,oh thB Kdgeworth com* i* # . possess the most convenient sites f^p munv mnsa> I iuohfao<orica, and beautiful houW lota f? th5dKih22 ol those conr ected with th. Caetorl*., or^ dailvte r iSS ar. ' wfthte fin, PT0'Pte}*- air and water. All th^So 5?.T. .Lj C nr *n,d !iT? ??os of Rost.a, by two riiU roads, and four and a half mile* only bv an excell.nt ... ?h. ir..geworth #c?mP?"y its land operation* 1* ona of ind S ??iu0ce,,ftl1 oompanl?<? established about Bostoi to r , 4*1 eJtfA0"*n?rj foresight to enable aaj ona to prodict for the future, greater success than has attJndA^ ? pHSS-sS V w^'s '"mffo^r ft\hor1.Ter0nS ?PP??"on. f.B Fd.^sk n* r"P6t,"u'!y submitted. 8uJr.rriBCo?a?oWn .TJSis.110- 3 Tr*T#"*r building, of H.7f;?;,s?1Kvf ? ?hzlo? tmk, M ON BY.? PERSONS W\NTIN? HONEY ?AN Olf anj intml of J, II A N Hit Y, 389 Broadway, toniHtl Krade ?tre?t. C/uh Mtuoii on jewelry, watches, oleeka, diamonds, hardware, dry goods, plate, or any other valu able*. N. B? A! 1 transactions strictlj confidential. 011m bonrs froiu V to 4 MONKt ? ?ANrt a L> VA N (;RS KADI OK l>RT OwDI, treoeries. M(r?r? hardware, pianos, bor.ks, stationary, watchos, Jewelry, ux rcliaudlto, ana personal property rally, In snms to suit App y toR. WOOD. SCrilltoB* second foi/t . OfBae hour* from U A. M. to 5 P. M. OFFICE OF HIE TANAMA~ RAILROAD COifPANT, No. 78 Broadway. Naw York, July 30 18/vl ?The ee ?cnth hutnlment <>f t in dollar* on cash share of the in creased esriltal stook of the abort eompany will ha payable o* tba lat uay of September next. By order of the Hoard, A. HUFFMAN, Traaanrar. T>ACE, b* Mir a CO., BANKERS,"SAN FRANCISCO, X Cml.? F.xchasujc on London, Valparaiso, and tha prlnot? pal cities of Ma Uvited States, far sale la su?? to snli Col lections made at dan Francisco or la the interior of th? 8t*t?. aad proeoeds promptly remitted. Rafer to sad draw en the Atner'nm Exobange liaak, Mnri. Danoan, Shermaa 4 Co., Now York. Remittances to England, Ireland, awdscot lard.? We ls?ue draft", by ape?ial autharily, payable M Union Bank of London, Belfast Banking Company of Ire land, and the National Bank ef Scotland, at light, aad 1% ?one from ?1 upward* _ TAVL9R BROTHERS, Ne. 7? Wall street. oor. PearL XU ANTED? DO NOT MAKE" APPLICATION UNLESS TT ton are In earnest and want thn chance. A retnrnedl CallforolaB y ho has teen In California several years, wtshe* to make an er.n???rr ont with a man of good addrou and strict integrity, to advance a email amoint of money foe th? purpose of publishing a small book of grout Interest on the Californian Gold Fever, Life in California, and many other things, and go with tho author through the tountrr. ?ell the book, and dellvor lecturoi on California. Ao., Ao. ii oan lie made a very lucrative business, and worthy of tha bent. Address J nthor, Hei?lJ office. WANTED TO BORROW-TWO HUNDRED AND fifty dollar*, for whbh beard and a handaome snifc of room* *111 be (tlven. Tho house contain* all the modern improvement*, and 1* situated it the most fashionable nar% of the city. Noae hot a (gentleman need answer. Pleaa* add reps a line to J. D., Union Square Post OfAoe. DlgrRA,t(;B' " OFFICE ST. NICHOLAS INSURANCE COHPAHV. corner of klzhth avenue and Fonrtr<vath street.? Th* direct ors have thia day declared a dividend of five per seat, for the last six months, payable to the stockholder* oa tha 15th Instant. The transfer bookrtwil'. be otosed until theft day. CtPtS O. RICUARUSt?N. K3>rRA pat " Extra pat.-all u. i. navy sailors ?rn* sowed In any United S'.ates vessel In the Paelflc at any time frem 1*46 to 1C}?, can promptly obtain their ilovM pay of EDWARU BISSBLL, A seat, an^MFnHtV S. N*vy,30 S?utU Willi** streeVW" lew Wwl ?