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LUFI'ALO FA?j? |
Last Day of tlio, fc.xUt Annual
Trotting Meelin??.
?,?-- y
SpkmlklConle.ste?Greatest Time on Record
ftr SuccrishVlIeats.
Judge B/igham, a "Preen LTorse," Wins
the 2A0 Race-*'ile is Sold on the
Track /,br $30,000.
UoIcNmitli Jlfiil/, Victor in the 4<Free for All
riirsc'W.jio 3 4-2:19 1-4?2:1?.
Bl'Kl'ALO, August 11, 1871.
The trottr ig meeting at the Buffalo Driving Fort
rio.-ed ibt? evening ucinrc the Milling of the suij.
It inn <>* en a very huccessltal one, and parsed off
i>?tiMu?r >nijr to ail concerned. We nad two trotting
ear ,tesiw to-duj, the Urnt being roi horses tliai
have .'.icver beutqu 2:4 >. For I bin tli ere were tJurleeu
/ entr.es, six/ ol which etine to rno inisf, these
t?cltu ; Mr. llutp.plire.Y'M cVi?*.?tuiit gi-hliHg Jiulgo
Fti? erloo, a. c. Green's bay sialJion Judge
Bff 0'liam, J. I*. i^nveti'8 sorrel awlMon Vosi.ur^ta,
o. Ctvu'iiil?f lalu^s brown gelding frank Hobart,
Wfi.jon ,t BuTikeSj black gelding H. Burke, anil
ft.. Join*'" gridln? A>biand l et. Tito cibers were
airaid orfi/u?lg.' FuMerloii ami JwUre I rtgliam.
Judge F iUcrvm ?? a jjie?'t favorite before 1 bt?
tnrf. br,??' ?ri??r th? second h? at, Judge Bngftnui hart
itie eal'^rt, long odis. Ti*e latter was sola altir
(lie nr A iimt to Mr. George llail, of Brooklyn, lor
f:> A, i?iii we were loitf by Mr. Jaiues Irving, ol
Hew t'ork, thai lie has bad control ol the horse for
ttoe i atsi year, but that he gave hiiu np to-day us
toji' * as- he was brought ou the truck. Two finer
K'e r.i toorses than Judge Ful'.erton aua jiuUe hrig
??' a never appeared ?u i be turf. Hi tgliain wou me
iu' f ta u?o*t ? xtraot<l'uary tnu".
kite sccoimI trot vus for all hone* for a
I $ o to the first, $1,5 >o io tUe second ami
! jt4M> to ib>' third?with an uUdiitonal premium of
' f-.iou io tnc horse making tbu U-tat time, pror>ibuir
it oeut Dexters time, wlueii was 1 17 '.j. The
Ihnrses entered were Benjamin Daniel's bay m ro
^amerle-aii t?irl, W. li. noiiie's bay mare Lucy au'l
JUiwl.l Ibd.IP L huv .tarn tinl.lun.llh Ual/1 Tliu latter
fwv011 the rac* li>. three ."iratglit heats, making the
' tuMivoi three consecutive heats l>y a second thai was
f ?ver trailed. Tiie following arc (lie details of the
' jls u value off:?
' KtKSl- TROT?2:40 PBKSK.
"* yirxt H. Burke took the lead ?t the start, J
Judge Kulterton second, Judge Kngiiaoi jlUirU,
frY.mk Holtai'l lourtli. Voshurgli tilUi aud Ashluud
?ixili. Wtieu th.'y passcl toe quarter pole Judge
Pullerion led halt a length, J. II. Burke second,
VoHiiurgli tlurd. Frank Ilobart fourth, Bnghaiu
4kitti ?nd Atfiiaud I'et ni.xtm Judge fuller ton
viie.ued a gup along the haekstreieh, But
Judge Brlghain becoming steady at tuis point,
4rotu*,d very fast. At the mree-quiii ler pole
Judge Fti:ieriou was four leugius m front
?l Burke, who was one length uilea l ol Judge
Briguaiu, ihe oihers practically out of Hie race.
Jtutge rtnghani passe. I Burke near ttie rtu.Mii, l>nt
4it could no: guile overtake Judge J-'ullerlou. The
J^iue lo lite qua iter pole was iib;*, the l.ali-iuile
1.1% aud lue neat JStA.V. |
xcimrt He'll.?j. II. liurne look the lead, Judare Kill- !
.icrion second, Judge lJriKuain third, the olItern lollow?u^
uiose heiund. ai tlie quarter pole Judge Fuller- :
louied two lengths, J. A. Burke second, two lengths |
ahead ol Judge Brigiiaiii, theoiueraa* heiore. Judge I
iJiicliatn mane a s, leuuid burst tlowu the twcK- i
t>treir.n, ami at the h.df-Oido pole was on efeu
terms with Judge Kul.'erton. aud toe race then he?Miine
a matcn between these line young horse**.
Judge Brigliam gradual..v heal. Judge Kullerton from j
Ute hali-iuiie pole to the suuiU, winning ny tao t
length* and u hall, Uie last hall mile being irotied :
An law's. Hurke was third, Ashlaud I'et lourin, and j
the oiheiH distanced. 'liuie to the quarter poie
thirty-six ami a Hall second*: lo the halNiulle pole,
J riband heat, ^.ai Judge Brigliaui was then sold
aisanuxe noted.
Th ru Heat.?The Man was a good one. doing
.around the upper turn Judge fciigti.uu ucultoiht:
trout and led a leuirih and a halt mine quarter pole.
Judge Ku:ierioh h ci'u-i, Bur*** third auu Ashland !
let i our ill. J-'ulleiiou broke up soon trier starting,
?iid uyiiin ou ilie baekstrcich. ai the ftall-niile potu j
Judge Brig hunt led three lengths, Judge Mil- :
lertoii second, eight lengths in liout of
Huike, I lie latier Being tlftr yards ahead :
ul Ashland 1'eu Judge Bngh.iUi Hotted j
aiiiidiit and cjme home a winner by three lengths, j
Juiltte ? it,let ton second. ten length? aLe :doi Buike. j
Asltiajtd i'etdistanced. 'iinie o I lie quarter poie, i
thirty-six aud a half aecouds; to the halt-mile polj, ,
j.-io E, aii'i the heal, | i
Pom Ut n at - Tiie start was vtrv even. t?ut a- the t <
hoi>en around the upper uirn Judge Brig- '
haul broke up and tell in the rear. At the quarter j 1
I'ole 1 ul.erlon led loui fiigihs. Burke oeeoUt1., I wo , ,
ifiiuilte in Jioni oJ .nnine Kiigliniu. Going down | ,
Uif i a? i- ireien Hi'iuiium trutUM very rapidly, and t
look aide* villi lullertou. Jusi ne,ond the i
iiaii-ud e pine Brighatu broke up ag.un, ami j <
J-uihiIuii got awa.? from liiiu several lengths, but J '
when lie leiuveifcd tie came with such a rush that :
lie hoou cla-ed up I lie duvlight. A desperate striig- | (
g!e ensued uu inn Uouiu?livtch. wtneu leruunaied I 1
witti Jutige ini|?iiam winning the heat and rate, i
Jfc'uilerton was ?eei?n?i. tou lengihs ali ud of Burke. ; ?
'I'lie time to i ie Mnartcr-pole was ihirty-sl.x seconds 1 j
a ml h liu.il, lo UiC uau iuiie pule i.i. and the imlo 1
'
HI'MMARV.
1 Kiffai.o I'aiik, Auirust li.-Purse |6,00.?; for
faiotM'4 ItiHi |jyve never trott>' I Lour thau
t<j tind. |j odti io $i00 to third a*<<i
n io< t<i lout,n itdi'sc; mile tie.is, best three iu u\e. iu
li trucHK
.Vi ' Ureeii enteied b. s. .iitdge Urigham 2 1 11'
. tet'jjauiih Ma* e filtered U. if Judge >'ul- I
Jk-rr?ni tlurinui l.v Bull Colt) 1 2 2 Vt <
I, V.i'vot, a Burke entered blk. g. J. 11.
Vutke iioricvrly Governor Morgan 3 8 3 3
A. mIoiio entered 11. ?. AnUlaud Pet 4 4 (lis.
r. it Lwvtl entered h. a. V j.<i<ihr1i 6 Ois.
|f. t>. CUxntui 1 Ihiu entered br. g. Frank
i, fctiart (lornieriv Muogcr'flt o'f, 6 din.
< *! vn J'M"iin?ue eu'ered br. cj. I'diiunik. dr.
tTni: t Oliver entered ?. 1 . l.oyuu dr.
Aluc. % *joictstn?ili entered i'. in lliiiiiiens. dr.
J.N' V'ail' ut;-rcd br. g, laing Branch.. . dr.
/allies <-ullaghor entered t- ni. Mt'im-i. dr.
<?ei>. u ?. em. red s. a. i.d Higgiuu... dr.
Jn->ei ii 4 enteied b. in. tiamG.. dr. I
XIMF. I <
V.fir.tr. Hair. Mile, j
First lie " ? iii'i i;la t:i?4> ,
ISeujfid I ' ~'Ti
Hi.id lie. to 36'i 1:1 ^:S2\ ;
lotirih In ** j r St.'.O , *
Jjf.t *1' Jlim?"KKH> I OK All." I t ltSB. 1 ?
A'//.-/ I/ft t?A in ho; e* were coint.'iir upji'or the j
word tl.e n ??' > ' UuldsunUi Mm I tuv .< ami lludd !
D<'bie. wjtii ^ jrrcat preuein c o: mind. Npr.%ng : c
(rum the c *iK.v ' 11 10 buck <<r tin; rnare, ?
Htid iakti.tr ef tiei bvidit-. -oou bronjiti? r
lift to ? t-t u.dstl.1. Atuerica'i i.irl wai flrsi !
av.:,v, t.eidsm Vu xul'"' !.?<> third. At ili? 1
*'i poie i ?>.dsiiiitii .'.lam .ed 1011 ieii^Ui.s. Llti'y ?
?M i:<ji.d, line lei: * ? atie id o.' An.-i ir.iu (ml. (.omg !
i,.-w h.u tt 'drii Hi.-re was no chainrc in the K
it'i.u i>i tii. i. tWv.'S. .-iru.v>''the mire turn L>u j &
?' m i mi on < iklaiuilli *iui<) .iii'i couilinf up me
)loJII. .*t; e'< lt H;,i, ^ " \ilfj CiUr: C</lltt'8l With Her, 0
mu tuc iniie' ? it k hii'i ?boui<icr? in i'
Jltci|Uai i i v.- pu-ol tii iiuriv.luiti m.(j H *.
(UUIH'I I- aii '1 :tjr llnH-iiiJtf pole in l:|it, Ij
v ,'t ri >b fc.'i<-ui'*ii Maid took in* lea'l i
I.um "''cuimi. Aincii '*? <-*m 'fin<1. j\t tin. (,iiai , r
(>t le l.uM-inMli Wu'ti l"ul t-'iinUi-, i.lit'v Hcotlfl, i,
S*o it-i.KWti- Hlirati ol *HM*ri an Mu. I'litirttH* no
ciiunc i'f (> i' 1 to ihe 1 lfl1' ii.itli Muni win- C
i<iiik b\ trn.r icntfiii*. *-?'.> " > "iki. eitilit u-ngiits 01
s?Itr nj i | A ill i'li<-;i Ji ?. 11 IlinliitiU to iiif t.ujrier o
jiwic w;>- htiii-flM' see *-J>. to ill*1 itaii-u.ii pole ! i>
1:10, uii't ll?? imu* -til))* ,, _ J?
T/.iV'l //nr'.-ll' <l?linl. %M:iM loo: ' l,r U-mU. Lip ? 1 c
Wioll'l, tlH'l It .?n liirl U At I lie quiirifl |K)f i
?.i'?d.-:;uili M ini lo'l two * u#tu , but m iiichalfmile
role /lii' wiw niily oi '? length uii'i a l?u.t in '
irunt. t'<iinn 1 ??iin<i Dm . * "t-r'turn Lu?.? weut up 0
it ii i )oti?i uot. wli^n "f tne Uui'ct t
n lit* i- < v?'l fitlit'sfcd t .tit.i v'?u. bu' uk; ?I,.m| v.ou
lt u kuoii !cti>i ?i. in :i\ v?cft nia.fcv.s iiin> j|i?*
i.t u> < r sroyi-l, Aui'. (ini elgtuj
juror Lwini- ii" nun to llu* flU-'-rtei H'U- ,|
lullt?-r\e r. . i.i i hoi lo liic haii^J ?'.?'
.hi iiuai'v. \ ; ..
fAur I'.o ! j-,w, foi a! v?vy f-'.oon to '
II r* I, fl. 1' > b'i 1111 J."t(i0 i.U trt.fUr Willi f'J.o 0
?tJ(|i:ioiiai 'o "o^1* iiitikiiik tltuc, i ,
jii< \i e.lit '.i ;ii? i??av'i > ?ime, ?:l \*k JUlie lieu'
l??l t ih'c c iii livir, lj imtii- e.. * j d
Luo l liolrr fi.tereu it. uA^CoM-Witl I 1 J r\v.
il. jn/blefjntrrfd b. m. j 4c.r 2 2 2 j u
Lt&uitl' nuKreu ?i. iiiXAUierlcarf (.'ir),. 3 a 3 . )
hvk\ I in
V tr . Half. V , Wi
4'im' u rn' :w n ;:i<T 2:J0^ itMotM
Iwat 39 ?;.'<? 2;I?W I a>
Ilifr JI.'ini ;?5 i tA'i S:lt> j
THE fcABATOOA KACEl i in
N. V., Auyimi. it, l**;. i 1,1
Tli?' itriii f?ur mllr mce, lo !>< iiiulierit Ounrnf
ihr luieiiiitf ? filtli i? in ftijiiiience on ilic n :K lift., lj?
|ironil>?? tu bi* nue or jircitt interest. Noiwitbi'V""' I >"
iiitf Hit I'Mlii/nl rumor tii^ Kifiifr-Urr Imc p ' j
uilHA, LonKii'llo** will bmc'Jo coiiten I witu ij>i? 1
two Dtr-i'ili i) -in :ii.luiiV.ii lit lui oUi uml |_^ i'
N1
* - ?
Rarney <lletlngnit.ne<1 winners at
lourmii^ 'ileimboiu l? well known, but Harney
William*, having been run only la tbq Wr?t and
fouth. la not *o generally known in fl? ^Cortn.
AMtr hie Victory lor the greal r^i stake, lour-inile
heat*. at St. 1.01.Is, a month ago, be came Here to
irj con<-<ualoiis with me fly era; the oue-iorty tiu.e
ha<l aa'ouisheU the public. huiiie> la a chestnut,
over sixteen hands high, ami a powerful anim.il.
Hls Hie was lli?* sIhIIIoii Le.MU.ljii,
u.ia ins dam the jrre.it race horse Vandal.
'i'Ue races will l?e unusually interesting. The first
race on the programme la the Kenner stakes, lor
threc-year-oItU, and will Ue oue or great Interest, an
cltrlil or teu horses will start, including llarry liassett.
A.roy. Moselle, Ahdel K.der, John Verrym.in,
Nettie Rmwb. numb Oaks, Ac. <>n tne mum ?tji>
the Summer Handicap, two aud a quarter milts.
will come off. 'J in; steeple chase, ior which ninete.ni
horses arc Uanmcapped, will tike j.lace on the 17th.
Already moat Interest Is taken here m the Issue
01 tlie races, and wafers are making quite Ireeiy oa
the result ol the four-uille race.
T3A.&I& AS A ifcUlON.
min I'luflln rmtiiiK Herself Forward am r
( undidiite for L'??ii?res?? Address to ib'j t;ertnaim
ol the Ktiiblli District.
"Here's fun !" "Tennio c. Claflln isfup ror Congress
"She In going to rim for ihc> tiight* district
isueh evclaiuntloui as theso wore heard
from a number of persons who^Wnt on us much,
merriment us ttiey could get on a/.t arm. sultry evening,
hied toward t ie classic regions of Irving Hull,
where Tenme C. o?Mn tieid/a levCe to her mtnre
coBsiitue?(H. There wan s?blcraHvl*rge audience,
composed, lor the. greater; part, of quiet, iiiteilcgent
And well-disp?Mort German citizens, who treated tke
whole matter as a >oke. Tlwre were also a few
ladies ol i^kv mnsonHue sort, such as arc heard to
*<ivania;j:?jfci woman's right* gatherings as tl>e expounderfi'of
the rtojtrine or Huscxlug Hie sex. Then
wiere wVe a lew "ladies"' -of the lighter sort, who
?aine for run to*, ft was announced that Tenme
wuuiii -deliver
FF.R OHATfON IN (iKHMAN.
In (act.jtff pleasant fiction was circulated that
she h.tu never gneu auy study to the Teutonic
tovgue, but knew it all by inspiration. ^otnj
iifi ifciu Mai. Miss Claflln would tall into a iranco,
hold communion with the spiritual world and hurst
Mil iir.u German eloquence. \ aln delusiou I What
Jiu.e Herman Miss I'lailiu knows she knows by
cramming, or lias picked up by lro^ueut intercourse
with tegerheer-annktug mortals.
Tu : meeting was opened at eight o'clock a tall,
lauk, lean, hairy looking individual, who announced
himself as President of t he Assoc ation for Pro.rre.ss.
He read a set ol resolutions endorsing the nomination
or Tcnnte c. eiatliu (nominated hy herself) us the
candidate ler tno Kightn Congressional district. He
then lauuoliei forth Into un uxtravagaut eulogy on
Hie merits-oi ihe candidate. llo said that slic was
nor as hi.ac'k as sill: was painted;
that her cuaracter, in fact, was free iroiu olanie and
I litemi>ti, ui |iiu\e wmni no re m extracts irom .yiiss
Clailln's bom an i discoursed at groat length on
"die social evil," winch Miss Claflln, he said, meant
to abolish an soon Ulln i?ccaiue a legislator. In iho
course <>l his speech he made remarks which will n i
bear repeliUM) ami aiioluglzetl In a ldf-hamieti
111ii 11 iit r lor makiug them. Having got inlo Ins
native element. 1W* uabeautllul man wouid not
cease until ho was reminded lo oo mo by the 1 requeue
stamping nud lilies of an Impatient audience, when
lie btopi ed snort and lapsed lUto silent despond*
eocy.
Miss Tennie t\ claflln was then introduced and
made, or rathei read, the lollowiug short speech 111
a sin -sing was prating to the ear. Her
pronunciation ol tlio Cejmaa is simply execrable,
and she spoke so ludistinctly that but lew could at
nil n.uke out the dull ol her discourse. It ran as
follows:?
till Dim my lir*t appearance hi a poll i"ai speaker you
will certuliilk excuse u li. me If I, I.) accordance nr.lit your
ns.ijnal usaae, begin with these words: -Herman fellow
citixer.H i f tbi filgbth Congressional iiis.rlet I Perhaps I nm
the first woman who hu* ever presented beraelf before an
appreciative public, In th a or In any other couniry, with
W' tub ol such sljiiiiicant luniort.
It may surmise you that I resort, to the first inatanre, to
the tierinsa people; lull this results irom mseral causes. In
the lltsi place 1 am niyse'.f descends I from the Herman
cto-k, a no lor that reason 1. ?1 instinctively attracted to those
o:' that nationality; an1. iO the next place, I know that tlie
Herman* are especially receptive or' cosmopolitan Ide is.
These id :as wlil it lniT.-* impelled ine to the resolution to
Oil Kit MY4E1.F AS 4 CAN III OATK
for the Klyhtb Oonmnsslonal district allow me. In a lew
words, on :hls occasion to explain to vou. I presume that
Dot all of vmi know the till! scope ol the amendments wbleli
linve been insetted in the constitution ; in that ease there
ar< Hume o:' yoo who are not aware that under tne-e
amendments wouicn are a'ready ent tied to the rote. The
law under which I?and with me all women, in whose be
half i know that you are all interested?claim the right* of a
rl'i/eu of the State of Npw York, reads ns Iollows ?
Artlcie I, section I ol the lourteenth am endment"All persons
torn or naturalized In the United States and subject to
the jurisdiction thereof are cttireus of the Unite*! State* ind
ol the State wherein tUey reside." I 'ultll the necessary connltionn.
I was born m the United States, and am. therefore,
a nature cltuten of toe same and suoject to the jurisdiction
thereof. Why, then, I ask you. should 1 not be allowed to
Tote.' And it l am allowei to vote,
WHY MAT I MOT HOLTt AN OTKIOB?
Do you bellove that a woman, for no other reason than lie
cau?e she i* a womau. must necessarily lack the enerpv to
perform the duties of an oflioc? Or do you believe that
thin.'s emtio ?o worse In tbe administration of our national
atlalra than they now do! Try the experiment merely of eu
uiii?iiii? ? wuiriitu wrifcu lur [ici iiinnNuur ui unicuil (]UU<*l,
ami li jrvii liiifl thai yonr interest* suffer by so dning the
power wi I rt'il be rrtained by to i io rerlere your mistake.
Mm ii not mailne tha' you can entirely isnme a uion-ment
winch does not rent t?i<*rely ou the law, but wh:ch also
brliif:* iuto the oonteii the belt and soundest cosmopolitan
Ide.s. Af lu. >l?re you iralntalu that the platform ol either
in-m'tin-existing political parties secure* to ynu thai cumPlete
freedom, either In political or In uncial affair*, which,
?* cltlzcus 01 ilns republic. vou are entitleJ to demand f
TUX l'l.ATTORM
upon which I prrpuc to stand doe* not narrow any oue of
those ri^l.is much as a sin^ic hair's br. aJth. >o lung as I
shall repieseut you in ( ..ngrcst-li' by your votes you shxll
end in- Ll.ru: '] aball at leant inalat that the personal freedom
ol <'Tiry individual shall remain untou"h"d. Just
?s the religious American bai tb? privilege of going 10 hi*
luiroh on Stindav, so must the rlcht he equally tccure to
rou to seek your lecruatlon on Huiiday Just where you can
md It, and to drink jr.itr
<* LAfifl OF I.AOKtt r.F.FH
i peace ?r<] quietness so long us you do not dtoturb tbe pubic
order. Neitl-rr need vou entertain any apprehension
hat Oongrrss wiU withhold ray seat from me If I receive a |
naiori'.y or t ie votes. It it part ol myobjecttomaKet.il* I
:?s<5 a test ; and there Is. up to tuts date, no iaw wblrh
tltlier forbid* tto people to electa woman to an olilce or
which toil Ids h?r to accept !l.
rnatfflllA!! ami i:EIUBKY,
f not ;r?Jeed io;?l?n to the nature of women gem rally, are
r. any ven? foreig:. tt> my nautre. Aud wlthoii'. having io
esori to roeaoi; wbich are prevalent among political!*, who
mill the ballot box and pay ropeatrrt, I shall step into tbe
irenu a? u candidate for the office of Representative of the
tiiriith district in t'mgri'**, commending tnytelf entirely
ind exoiuaiveiy to your favorab e regards.
NEW YORK CITY.
The following record will show tno ctuuizdiia tn
icuipeiature for the pa-?t twenty-lout hours in comparlson
vith iite corresp in lur; day of last yoar, j
indicated tiy the thernio.nner at Uutlnui's Pairiu^i-v,
Hkrai.d ttuiliiniT. corner or Ann street:?
1870. 1H71. 1S70. 187 L
8 A. M 13 76 2P. M 8? WO
? A. M 82 75 8 P. M 81 87
W A. M 83 SO ? P. M 81 81
12 M *7 8J K P. M 80 81
Average temperature yenteraay ?2'?
Avi*raff'' temperature for corresponding date
lull j car slU
Luke Hykcs, who resides at 87 Lewis street, had
us a: in cut off yemerda.T morning iu the sawmill
it Julius Ky.ni. 11 Cannon street.
Sergeant tJeorge 0. Rahcook was yesterday transeiriul
fruDi tlie Second precinct to the Sixteenth,
inn .tiMiuh A. WcHiervelt was sent from the uucenili
to ttic btcond.
Tne iia'ul of the Oardes l.aiavette will ^tve a grand
oncert to-niglit at Irving Hail, under tbe dlreciion
f M. Zauiitfo. The proceeds will be dovo en lo I ho
?DCflt of tIn* 'r'.'coii.Htructed" Gardes, aud will i"; ]
iiane a i -ch- rr.'i. ailiur in every paitlcular.
iii" i ni kvii:r i viiw oourr yesterday Micrtaei i
ane, or ii<j Kast i'hirty-n'nili street, charged ,
lioisaei Monday, or New Koche.le, with ?lie larceny :
f u gold watch nii?l cloihing valued hi $111. The >
riMjner did not attempt lo <i"ii? the charge, but '
ltd tint tie was drunk ai ?lie time. Kudy coin- ,
lur trial a'. Hie t.cnctai rtcasions,
t'oroner Youn/ was yesterday called to lVt l<eo- <
,ird street to liold uii luqueit on Ihe body of 1
a'harine itleckmau, a child two aud a half years
I aire. wlvo died Irom the effects or sca:ds received
ii Wednesday la t. a table, on which stood i(m <
r hot coffee, was accidentally upset aud the ooff-e
tiling on the child in' at ? scalded ner. A younger
Uli'i w a- badly seald- d .11 tue same tunc.
Simmons & to., the policy dealers, were yester- i
ay arraigned ut ihu Vorkville I'oilce Court on a <
rturge of irau t preierred ngiiust them by A lam j
oedigcr, or ii?vo Wept Forty-third street. The com- (
>iii)jot not appearing the defendants were dIs- .
!rut?M. iii!n uine wa* Hilly vomdated in Tours- '
ay- lli::t*r.!>. In t tie Jefferson Ma met Court re- '
oils, where the defendants gave hail lu )A,oOJ to t
nswtr.
A young mail named Joseph l.oewenihal, dolus 1
usiiicsm a! his rhird avenue, has been missing Irom *
l? home since tue *1 ol August. He lelt on the [
verdng of that day to.take supper aud did not re- ?
mi. His Irieu is have been in aeatch or him and .
innot truce lilni. His habits are steady, aud he ,
i? loll a good business aud large funds with his
oilier, lie u descrloed as about live and a half ?
ct high, dark completion. dnrk brown uumtacne, f
n! If about twenit-^eveu yture of age. ^
Benjamin Craig, the keeper of tiki tailors' boardif
fcoiise at No 87 Cherry .slieei, was brought up at f
e Tooibs Police Court yesterday afternoon, p
irired with smashing a p|t< hcr on the head of li
i d 'loyiie, a sailor, tviio was slopping at UK ^
> e. )i appears that some sailors were engaged li
a Mugli-aii'i-tumble llgu' in Ciulg's saloon, t,
aM att' mpt< I to keep the /?eace by knocking the It
ute-'ant*! down, in the jtif'H'e ( ovne received an j b
v Ma:p >f(nod, wlilcn M< d copi<risl>, but in not i ii
hkcious. Ojaw was looked iij*. In,
EW YORK HERALD, SATI
THE POSiriON 0? THE POPE.
W*' 4,-. ?'
Possible ISemoval of the Papui
rourt from Rome. f
n>??/uu th? Par.itnl?Pnriir*" iHL. M..? _
Muiuvt? v. ?-v ?r-?? -?^?iaq unaivau JM*
Corte?Tone o( the t-r%n?A Comprontf^T
with V^v^i Penoe - The Pope
and the Pr^as-The Atheist and
Lather in the One Box.
WOM*; July Jft, 1KJ1.
The affairs or the Papal, Court.ln<l iih belonging*
have been go looji ml, a crisift, or rather passing
through a aeries of ra)?tiii.v succeeding Crimea, that
the most unforeseen fceent Is, as it were, antutpated
and a\cites no surprise. It cannot be Haiti at this
parflcuiar4ay and hour that the probability of the
Hoiy Father's departure from Hume bears about it
"anythingthat wight be twisted into wW Is called
news, and yet the latest and most authentic verstou
ofthPi almost worn-out rumor has enough in It to >
warrant my calling it by that name, 'ihe world has
known for some time past that
TJ1E 1st.AND OK CORSICA
hasten suggested and even offered as a place of
refuge to the dethroned Pontiff in case revolutionary
violence should threaten, as anncai s probablo,
Ihe precinota 01 the Vatican. The Pope lias long and j
courageously he'd out ajralnst the prayers ;
or those who tiesouglit him to fly. It j
has thought and leit that, notwithstanding his j
powerless position, his mere presence in Koine ;
was a protection to his friends and even to the city ;
itself. But lie has at length yielded so far as to (
mate a selection of Ills luture retreat, whether
really with the intention of going there or ol simply
gratifying the affectionate solicitude or those
around him. It would appear that the island of
Corsica has been selected. It is u fact not known
to many beside your correspondent that Cardinal
Antonellt has been tn communication wlrh M.
Valt?ry, of Marseilles, the same who has given his
name to the line or steamer* plying between that
port and various points 011 the coast of Italy. The
Cardinal was desirous or knowing If M. Valery :
would place at the disposal or the Holy father
THE KINK CitATBAC AT COKTff,
of which he is the nossessor. M. Valery expressed
not only bis penect willingness to give up
till phntonii for ilia niti'nikOA l?nt
Ilia warm ttinnks lor the honor clone liliu
la the selection. At tills moment, ami
or course, by the orders of ihc proprietor, extensive
preparations are making to rentier the chftteau
worthy ol its illustrious guest. Tills Is all positively
true, but is by no means u guarantee thai the Holy I
Father desires to escape Irom his prlsou. Plus IX. is '
not a man with whom considerations of a purely
personal nature have any weight. He loons steadily
at wnat he conceives or khoas to he
HIS DUTY,
and no power on earth or under the earth can move
luni Iroui a resolution made in oltedience to dutv.
Hih ai0-ni Ironi Rome is a matter ol conjecture <?s
speculation with many who do not reflect that In the
case of such a man flight will not he decided on
through any motive less noble than that winch
woulu prompt him to siay in defiance or all danger.
TIIK B^Vrtl.CTf'NARY PltKSS
busies itseir, as usual, wit.i what does noi concern
It; lor it nm umeli more to do with the petroleum
market than the Interior ol the Vatican. Ill default
ot news, and especially of Hie kind winch it woulu
prefer, it Invents, and a simpler process Is yet uudiscnveiM.
Tnustue Liberia anuounced a few days ago
that steps were being taken wall a view to ilie
cnoice of a succrs-or to I'iu* IX. and another, the
Gnzriln a'J'n'xt, takes up the Mea, and ol course
Improves upon it. Why not? Other journals, all
the world over, call that a "confirmation ot the
n ews;" and po it travels. We are gravely informed
that the Cardinals are engaged In "crave" discussions
on the maiter, and to make the thing aosolutely
ludicrous we are assured that "the majority
of the Holy College wish to know something of the
decisions or the conclave " P<ay who compose
the Uoly Colleger The Gazrim goe* on to say that
there is.*wish beginning 10appear 'prominently"?
namely, a desire to nominate a "moderate,'' another
word lor liberal, not uniricndly to
A COMPROMISE WITH TrAt.Y !
That is the kernel of the wuole thing and accounts
for it very much after the manuer ot the
milk in that fabled eoeoanut we have all heard ol.
Finally comes ilie lnloriuatlon that the choice of the
conclave has fdilen on Cardinal ill i'letro. Crtiiat
juaocu# Ajteiir?, Ac.
i'btell's PKN'CB.
At the beginning of the present week the pope
gave a solemn audience to fie Coifucll aud Collec
mi b ii. i til* Airuiconiraierniiy 01 !sr? reter. rue
deputation was composed of n hundred persons belonging
lo tlie luoat respectable lainilies or Koine.
On eiiferiug ilie chember of tlie Conslsrory His
Holiness mid, "Oil, here nre my gooJ qu;e?tors " ;
and advancing toward Me throne a tded. "Tiiai n .
to say, 1 am the guardian fatuer who >.euds his ler- (
tlaries with wallet ou oack to beg for the poor cou- .
vent, lor without that the affair would go badly. .
H jt that suffices; let n- thank the Lord."
Km Holiness standing on the steps of the throne, .
listened to the addrefes read to bun by Print* ,
fcarsina-Aldobrsndint, ' ice President of the con- ,
fraternity in question nod received from the hands !
ot the Secretary, me lUrqali cavaietti, a white .
satlu pur.ie embroidered with gold, enclosing the
Peter's peace 00 le ted M Rome. Tne Hol.v l athe.-,
after expressing lus high satisfaction, spoke as
follows:? l he fine example vhlck yon have give.i
has produce i it* erfeei. Thenceforward the entire
world has taken part in soleinu demonstiation of
laith and charity, wlii'ii is the truly Providential
way. by tlie aid of wnicli Ood meets the grave neces- i
aitie.s of the Holy See in these t uie* of terrible trial. .
There was imd eld priest, Mon-eigneur itafaele
Natall, a zealous promoter or the venerable Anna 1
mm Palp (whoa tue PtineeChliLiNi iiesidciu, ]
has much assisted1, who used to tell us wonderful i
things of this ser\ant of the l.or.l. and anionicothers <
of various predictions lelutlve to tne times In which i
we live. We rely but, In tie on these prophetic; |
nevertheless tue.v are contained In the examination |
of tor worUMMM, mm! ?lie Uoiv fsee will judge of i
(mm. WO h.ivo not rea'i them, i>ut I tic good priest (
n ik verv often repeated ttaal the venerable lady. ; ]
predicting theevemswe nr.- now witnessing, said | i
then would eoao a timo when ib.* Buy see would ' i
be forced to lue on the uh&ilties oi the entire world, |
but that never would money be warning. In iact, it :
would tie diiflcult not to reeogut/.e the precision of
that predlctiou. I rejoice with you, who are the coopt-ra
lor* oi Providence, in tin* trim *\ onderlul Wtkf i
by which Go.l reallv maudest* His help io ti.e ;
Church. I.ei us, then, thank tii< I .or i, and may >t i
encourage us always io pray more uud hope."
THE bl IM.OM ATS
who have come here in the wake or Venosla find It
difficult lo provide themselves with proper unartei",
and ilie greater part are iu .hi uii|iiea?atit prodica- t
nient in this respect. Hie cou.sequeuce Is that white
the various Ministerial o.flcos ate nor yet lu a state
oi complete equipment an 1 itood running orler lor
tlie tran.sactiou of business, the Ministers are themselves
dispersed and shelterless, us ir the ship or ;
Mate had suffered shipwreck and strewn is crew
brood upon a fmniDtN ooaaii 1
TUB POPE ANU TUB RBVOLt'TIONARY PAPKKS.
Since the publication of the lenerof Ills iioliuess
condemning tlie buying and reacting or revolutionary
journal* Hie sale of those alieels has diminished
to about one-half. If their ilitntnution progresses
u* ti e same ratio a very snort tune will see j
their tot.u dtsapoeamnet. < I
ft Is curious and worthy of note, as characteristic J j
of the times and the me i who feed the revolution- , i
ary current' of thought anu action, that ?t uucli a .
Juncture, just when their press here -eein? threat- 1 j
ened with death, a new one should be projected.
It Is only a short time siuee we hiw appear foi sn e : j
on our streets the mushroom fungus entitled The \
and now we ar- lo have another, which . <
will lioar the rather remntKable title of hnth- r. ilils i <
Ijtie, It is siippocil. no doubt will lie not only mil
awl wormwood to H12 Cone personally, hut more 1
UMM n mete ayMboi of destruction to the entl |
Catholic church?Popes, prelates, people-, Peter's ! 1
Rock and all.
FIRE IN RAVHHMA, OHIO. '
I'mriiiMe \V?ik>. 1 IohjIi I-'netory kikI *<?* j
Uwclllnni llRKirii>'cil?li?iiii ti:itl,OOII.
IUvknna, August II, lh7l.
This afternoon, at l:alf-paat three o'clock, a tlie
troice out iu uie carriage works of Merts A Kiddle,
tn Mulii street, originating m npatK.m from a glue *
urnaco, which tired ihe roof of ihe wood shop. ?
Jwlng ton delay in getting the steamer to work' 111 J j ,
Ire galucd such headway ax io be master of tuo i ^
filiation. Tlie wood shop of Mcrlit A Klddlc'e factory, I
lie trimming shop, one of iticlr repositories* and a | '
Ivelllng hons? were e itirely consumed. with h 'tne
jortlon of their contents. One end of n Drick Mack- J ,
irnlth and patnt shop was considerably damaged by i
Ire and waier. Uiw a \s ait s puiop tactory was alao > *
turned, and Knapp Brothers' plough and machine I
nop?in all eluhr buildings?wero burned. includ- '
ug iwo barns owned ny W. J. Coleman an I VV. It. c
klcoru.
Mens * Kiddle and Low \ Wall lost, la'ge ' ?'
imouuis oi lumber. The following are t>ie cstp |
natod loHsogj?Mens A Kidiilv, |!40,?ou? I.ow ,* ; 11
Viut. $7,ooo; Knapp mothers, $.1,000; W. It. Alcorn,
I3,(KH>; W. L. Coleman, %' !!>o. I h
The firemen aim ctiuens worked well. Several
lemons lell from plteer exhaustion. k
About one hundred inen are thrown out of emlOyment
temporarily. There was nbt a doliar of .
iinurauce on all this rwoperij, sm<> that on Alcorn's,
rnilc the loss to Merts a Middle is hcavv. 'iheir
idomitable enterprise ami large resource* will
oon put them on their tcet a/ain, and in better *
rjidlngs than before, l-ow A Walt will at once re.
ulV: and what *oeins now a jf*eiu i alumlty should ..
ot Ik* regarded as an irreparable du?i??tei, as ibe
dsfon^io wj" be si on overcome
JRDAY. AUGUST 12. 1871.
WE CHOLERA BA1R8 OF Til Si ^
RJtfcR. ^ *TB&ON
;
to THK P.MTO* *'m0 r-ff p.
Th? ImDlIc nervea * .
ftaken bv rumor* are now oonsMera.,!,
ienitf Afdaf 1 01 a VIH ,rQBl lt>al foarfMl Pe?H J,
.v cholera. J.eavtng its home in the far
w cholera plague, Uke a terrible bird of pre?,
* . .cad* Its wing* westward, canting the shadow of
death over the nations as ? passes alone, envelopIng
alike the neb and the poor, the irreat and the
lowly in tho shroud of Its deadly presence,
( unled by what seems like a human intelligence, it
seeks out ami takes possession of the places where
the least preparation has been mode to meet It, and
leaves tliere the terrible evidences ol Us visit in ihe
(. 1HW1 WIUOvDI J HUM III U HIUUVTCU NUliat'llWIW.
From the overcrowded city an well as the reeking
battle Held lite deadly vapors leap up to greet Its
approach and swell the uuiubur ol us victims; but
the experience of the pant has taught us thai its
true ally w to i>e round in the neglect of those sanitary
precautions which nloue can siaud between us
audits ravages. With the tact of the possible approach
of the cholera staring us in the lace it In to
i>e regretted that the guardians of the public health,
py their ?robs neglect of die moot common
precautions, guarantee the disease u reception
of such a citrtiacter us to make It
certain that a long residence. If not a permanent
stay ainoiw us, will be the result o( its visit.
The unfortunate wuoiu business compels to traverse
the western bank of the Hudson River from the
sugar house in Jersey City id the oil docks of Weeiiawken
is never at a loss for evidences of the filthy
condition of toe surroundings, and d he is luok.y
enough to escape u lever he will be forced to admit
thai notuin^ but the merciiiil iuterveuuon oi Providence
can proiect tne inhabitants irom a fearful epidemic,
which may ai any moment spring from ttie
hotbed of abomination through which they are compelled
to wade when passing to and front ihc terries.
The very ulr is loaded with the foulest vapors, ext
rai led by the hot sua from the ' enormous
accumulation of flitn heaped on every side. Sunl.cn
lots appear to be raised to the street level by filling
them with the most disgusting materials. lue
streets are iu sonic iustances graded with a cotupouud
of decaying animal and vegetable mailer,
mixed with old bricks, shingles, plaster, old boots
and crockery, together with every imaginable article
ol clothing, which mav include the inevitable
hsopsfclrtol itie period aud cuignons that saw better
days. We saw to-dav a greai heap of old sacks
and pieces of oilcloth piled b> the road slue after
being taken out of a irw loads of filling brougnt
by the contractors for the grading of the
street. Where ihey have been able to procure
this inletuul compo.it is bevondour knowledge.
The delicacy ol the perlunte irom tne streets aud
public improvements is varied by an occasional
wuitl front the slaughter houses l.viug near the Morris
and Essex Kftilroiul, and this, combined with tne
odors of the piggeries close by, arid the ever-present
stench from the lnnl swamp that lies undraincd lor
huiid/eds of acres around the elites of Jersey and
ilobnken, form a bouquet that is simply beyond the
reach of description. 1'he Iresh air oreaihed torn
few minutes while crossiug the lurry >erves only as
a kind of wad over ihe horrible inhalations of Jersey,
which scent to suck to a person luternally as
well as externally like nutcilagc; lor ou arriving ut
the New York side Ihe unhappy victim is compelled
to inhale a second dose of uastiness from the compound
oi tilth in West street.
We have heard of cholera mixtures, but to our
mind tne.tr have never reached perfection, excem m
tue shape oi th?? black i?a?ty iiuiil of Went, street aud
the locality around Wasiungiou Market, ltotteu
fruit, decayed vegetables, blood iroru the meal
stands and meat on me eve of being Killed with
powers of locomotion; dead doits and cats and all the
minor ingredients wlucli go to complete a compound
wiUch Is uurivailed as u diseaso-breedlug nuisance
are mere in profusion. It seems absurd
that there are no means at ine disposal
of the authorities for ?he abatement of such dangerous
nuisaiices. Hie selfishness of the private
individual or uie carelessness ot the public oillcial
sticks out everywhere in tins business. Tne ceutre
ol a populous eit.v is no flt place for slaughter
houses. Hok pens stionid not be permitted to lulect
ihe air breathed by a large population: plaguebreeding
swumps should be draiued, even tnougn
the rich and seiiisii corporations ownlug them do
not feel indiued to do :-o. tstreets can lie thoroughly
washed while mete is water enough In the Hudson;
the accumulations of 111th common lo all great
inaiketH should be promptly removed; nutters can
be disinfected and sewers llnshed by simply taking
the proper steps lor so doing.
There is 110 excuse whatever for the present condition
of the approaches io the ferries; and taking
into consideration llie lact mat thousands or persons
pass through these p uces morning and eveuIn*.
esnecialiv during the latter rime of tne day,
when the stomach Is aftpty and the system in consequence
more susce pi ible ol disease than wuen
alter a hearty meal, it amounts to criminal carelessness
on the pari oi the sanitary oittmils to risk the
health of tills community by neglecilug a duly they
owe to the people. The old saying that "a stnch in
time saves uitie" should be remembered, and unless
the broom is used by us we will And thai old
Jack Morbus will use It ou us with a vengeance.
A WORD OF WARSISa TO THE AUTHORIT IE8.
M:w Yokk, August 8, 1871.
To tiie Editor ok riiK Uekald:?
Ikinir a constant reader of yoar paper my eye today
could not slip from the column headed with the
lear-strlking word "Cho;era." Is the city at present
ready to battle with, anu, if possible, to subdue the 1
iwful epidemic? If not, should not the authorities
begin at once the work of defence? M.Tflf ol tlie
treets in the city at present are rendered contagious
to the disease on account of me mi Idle of
[he street, which here and there him sunk down and
hus has formed holes, which are almosi unexcep- ]
lonably filled with water, thereby forming handy
IVI.C'IUV/H.^ IUI u11 Kill IX <11 ICIUW mm km UIIU which '
smit sucn a smell ax to make it very dangerous for ,
ihosc streets if the ai.-oa.se arrives there. A constant
reader. A. U. P.
THF. JAPANESE.
Their Vi*it lo iho City Hal".
Yaniada, a Japanese student la Princeton College,
ind now acting as guide to a party of twelve Japa- |
nese gentlemen, who have )>ean officially sent to
Lhls country aiul Enrope to study American and
European institutions, tailed yesterday morning,
In company with his couutryincn, at the Mayor's
jfllce, O'armx a tetter ot introduction to Mayor Hall
rom J. M. Ferris, a toreljru missionary and old college
mend of tue Mayor. Mr. Ueor?c vv. lloonie,
keeper or the iit.v Hall,-did all in Ills power
to make ilie visit a pleasant one, extending
Every hospitality to the visitors, who expressed
themselves mueli pleas <1 with the
ifenrlon iiest<Med upon them, and ^ere especially
nelighted with itic paintings in tuo Governor's
tto mi. The vlsitora imriH ainromil a desire to
view the formications in the harbor colonel Juline,
the Mayor's private secretary. In thi) absence of
Mayor Hall, yave t.hcin letters of introduction to
Major General McDowell and the Commander at
Fort Hamilton. The parly then retired, with many
tliaiika. siatlngr that they wourd proceed forth with
to Fort Hamilton.
SHIPPING NEWS.
lliiiana for \f?T Vor?c ? I'll!* I>.iy.
Hun rises ft 07 ] Moon rises..morn 1 28
Sun sets 7 02 , High water.. .eve ft 42
OCEAN* STEAMERS.
PATH OK i'KT kRTt'RBS l-'KOM NEW VORK FOR THS
MONTHS OK Al'GL'ST AN J) SBPIKXIIKK.
Sttlmf. j fail* j Dr.itiruili*!. |
Ditv of Bri!*?el?. i Ann U.., jLiveroool !lo liroauwav.
Hermann *uk 12... Bremen ;i<H iiioad aiietit.
\ HI <1?* t'arlM.. IAti^ 111... Havre ;AS Itrnauway. h
*ii?ii? Aug 12.. Oiaii'iiw 7 Howling {Jreeii n
AkhviiM .illlugow * BciwliiijjOrrer,
Nevada ,, \up 1S...'Liverpool j'.9 Hroftdwrt*. ri
.'It* of Limct'k. Auk 17... Liverpool ' I Ik BrOA'lwuv. I
Hannover A iij 17...' Bremen .08 Broad at. ?
><?-anlc | Aiti| 19... | Liverpool |l!> Kronitway.
I'uy ot l.ouil ii . Aiu 19 .. Liverpool 1 > Broadw *y.
Aoatralla... ... Auk 1:1...,<lla*?ow ,7 liowlinj (Jreen
Mexandria 1 Xng 31 .. Dlaicow 7 Bowling llreen
'IV of Antwerp. Auk 34... I Liverpool 115 llroadway. jj
Vrelre ....... A 'n; 1!S... I T'avre !M Broadwav.
itriuiunm ' Ana 2*.- I'lla^ow |7 rtowtlij).' Ureen
i lly nf Biook'u Aug 2*3.. , Liverpool Broadwav.
Miami" s?.|>i fl... Liverpool ,l!i Broadway.
-alaveite sept 9... I Havre M Bioadwuy.
PORT OF XfcW WORK, AUtlST II, f^7f. "
Vi
CLEARED.
Sieamahlp Heif actor, .Ioue?, Philadelphia?Lorlox.d
iteamtlmi Co. li
"hir Alexander Maraiiall, Cardner, Liverpool C II Mar- t'1
halt A Co.
Sh*D t hancellor Hi , llatten, Liverpool Wjlllami A ,,
1 til on ,|
Ship hate Iloop, Crocker, Cork fot order*?Jan \V Elwetl ?
I Co. I nj
ship I'almenton Koln, II >mbiirtc -rnncli, Kdye A 1(
1. Bl
Ship Sm?n 1. KlUgi ra'd, I'on-ie.lly, Gibraltar- Wlocbeater
. Town*. |t
Bark Midre K Ki? I (tl?i), Knpimuo, Bell alt -binrovich A w
fi| O'
Bark Kv?nlnk Star hi-1. Chirk, St .fagn (le <'uba Way^cll n
' cl
Bark Colonial Br . Amlrenn, Sy.lnej, ?;K -Wn, lnijalla. <1
Bark I'nlon. Slafloid, llalveaton -C II Miil'or* .1 Co.
Brig Ac?:la I Inn low. W bite, P< n;irtli Hoadi?Brott, Sot) A
'o.
Bria.lLPye ilir1, I'ye, C'.rk via Wllm:n!;ion, NC (.'ran
ail, Bertaii* A <%>.
KUk Himoda If r i, tloiidev. Co: 'i for 01 ile.ra !len?y ,1 Purer.
.. 1?
Brig .lohn Wea'ev, ! ord, Llahon Miller A Ho'i|i>!lon. ,1
Brlj Two Brother* (IT', Wfaf?r, V?ra ('nil? w C'innlDg- m
mis con. <li
Hug Nallle, Martinique and St t'ri>lx Rocba Bm?
' C?. (T |
Hrlj Wll^y Smith (Br , H'ltlnn, fapn Ilaytl -R Murray. Jr.
Rrtfr Kdllli, Crowiry, KVrnandlria and tit Mary* Hlmijion
I'lapp.
hcbi I'lnn^r (Hr), Miller, lUllfa* I) K f)e Wolf A Go. .
fJrhi Mflllta (Hr,, Hp'irr, B^ar Hirer, AfH -Hfnry A Parkor. "
K. lit (ieurKetU La tr rme?, Kobmaon, Mobil* K 1/ Uur.lmt
Hchr Harriet Rtewnlur, Hqulrea, Richmond. V* A Abbott. '
Schr hlectrld K^aik, I'ark'T, KllF?both|)ort Kercnaon A
rood. at
ttahr Jut t-'orerrau, t'Hipe.iier. Hartford?Racket! A Rh> ill
tileamei la-irv, >inu. ?. I'bllailrluhia. Ik
???- ? - ? f - ? ? I < "
Steamer P Qtlep, Darts, Pn-'sTMBMa.
Mayflower, Km Is, I'id.adelptla.
ARRIVALS.
KRPORTRD BV THB HKttAI.D 8TRAM YAC1TI*.
Steamship Th? Queen (Br', Thorn**, Liverpool July 37 and
Vieenstown Jnih. with mdse ano &UI passengers. to K W J
Hunt. Had light WkU rlv winds t>ie rntlrs passage. Aug ,
4, no lit, Ac, pMwd ?cbr Carolina, bound cut; 6tb, no lat,
Ac. ship "Beoley." it<
steamship Main (NO), Voo oterendoru, Bremen July 2'.t
and Southampton Aug I, with rudnt: an J 676 passengers, to
Oelrichs A re.
Steumslilp Hannover NO i. Willigerod, Bremen July 26
and Southampton JtKli, with mdxe and 260 passengers. to <>elrlcba
A Co. Had westerly wtmls and One weatlier all tba
pasaase. Aug 6. lat 46 20, Ion 47 :>H, paa* d a British hark
allowing commercial coda Kigii.t>* M A FT, hound eiuit: same
day, lat 4649, Ion <9 11, an Allan Hue steamer, do; ith.lat
48, Ion M 2*, liark Crown Jewel i Hr , from Ardroissn for
N?-w York; Ham* uay. lat 44 hi. Ion M M. ship Aatronoin
(Nlil, from Bremen for New York ; IDtb, lat 41 18, lou 66 25.
an Ameilcan bark, showing ?u;na ? TRW 1", bound west.
Steamship Wpyhosaet. Bolger. Havana Aug6, wllb mdse
and paascngers. to C H Mallory A Co. H:td fine weather.
Steamship Virgo, Bulkley, Savauuab Aug 8, wiib indue
and pas?engen>. to Murray, Ferris A Co.
Steamship South Carolina, Hrcki-t, Charleston Aug V,
withmdie and passengers, to II R Morgan A Co.
Steamship Volunteer, Howes, Philadelphia, wltb mdse, to
the Lorillard Steamahfu Co
Bark .lenny (NU\ Meyer, Bremen 5l days, with mdse aul
87 passengers, |to W Hehwoon. Took the Northern pansace
and bad sirous westerly winds to the llank*; Irom tlr-nce 21
days, with light winds and unlin*.
Bark Krederic tVever ,NQ>, Siehert, Marseilles 48 day's
with mdie, to Jas Henry. K ass hi! Gibraltar July 7| bad Que
weather.
Hrlg Rtcardo Heenodo dial Cupplelln. Trieste, 72 days via
Naples Sfi days, with mdse, to Du i<h A Co.
Brig Widar (Nori, Neilsen. Rio (Iran de 73 days, wt'h hides
to K D Morgsn A Co?vessel to Wendi, Teteus'A Bockmann.
Uau line weathor.
Brig Neponset tot' Boston), b trout, Ponce, PR, 14 days,
with sugar and mousses to 8turge? A Co?vessel to Miller A
Houghton. Had moderate weather.
Schr A T Rowland, Rowland. Baltimore for PoiiKhkeepsli'.
Bohr Henry May, Kackelt. Philadelphia lor Provlicnce.
n?br ShiiiIj Hook, Crawford, Kali itlver.
faawd Tkrauih Hell Gate.
BOUND SOirra.
Bark Windsor tBr\ Cardlcer, New Hnven for New York.
Sclir <>en A Pierce, Poole, Salem tor .New Vork, with iisli
to It W Ruwe .fc Co.
Schr Nile, Metcalf, Rockland tor New York, with lime to
Haufblln A <>o.
Schr Cajrle K Hi*, HI*, Rockland fur New York, wltb granltit
to Bridge Co
Schr J Lo/lcr, Macomber, Taunton for New York, with
nail" to Head A Co.
Solir Lllza Wi'lianis, Cornish, Rockport for New York, with
paving stone to Johnson A Co.
Schr Murcuietta, Wanscr, (lien Cove for New York, with
brick.
Schr Chaunct-y St John, Hammond, Brookhaven for New
York.
Schr Alert, llulse, Huise's Lauding lor New York, with
wood to order.
Schr Pe!l 8 C Vougbt, Hallett, Huntington for New York,
with briek,
Schr 1! Srow. Thortidlke, Portland for New York, with
lnm'iorto Pimrson A Clapn.
Schr Kddln K Treat, North, Frankfort for New York, with
atone to uiaater.
Schr JaDo, Mackav, Stonlngion for Brooklyn, with (tone
to K Shaw.
Bcbr Reading Railroad No BO, Johnson, Hartford for biiza
ethuort.
Schr P L Smith, Robeitaon, Portland for New York, with
lumber.
Schr Chaa Bentley, Baker, Rockport for New York, with
stone, to Bridge Company.
Schr Ilanl* Westbrook, Mltlejuhn, Portland for Ntw
fork, with lumber, to Simpson a Clupp.
Schr Kate OlMt, Brown, Bangor lor New York, wltb lumber,
to Simpson A clap p.
Schr Silver Belle, Hayley, Gardiner for New York, with
lumber, to Brldre Company.
Schr Jesse Williamson, Jr, Carson, Providence for Philadelphia.
Schr Central America, Williams, Kail River for Georgetown,
D<.
Schr Minnie. Krriokson. Providence for Philadelphia.
Si hr Nellie, Brown. Kictimond. Me, Tor Richmond, Va.
Schr Chief, Cut, Providence lor Kondout.
Schr N in*, tl, Mayo, Orleans for New Vork.
Schr Margaret Jane, Kem.edy. Providence for Haverslmw.
Schr A O Sutnson, KltzpatricK, Pnvidt n:e lor Croton.
Schr Mary, Richardson, Providence for New Vc rk.
Schr B Bradley, Mulligan, llarltord for Philadelphia.
Schr Pr Kranknn, Hill, New London for New York.
Schr C W Bentley, Baker, Rockport for New York.
Schr Lady Adams, Sullivan, Pall Itiverfor New Vork.
Schr K B Wharton. Swanser, Stamford for New York.
SclirS Riclter, Ricker, Warebam fur New York.
Sidir J Troeman, O.blis, New Bedford for Philadelphia.
Schr Slak, Williams, Staialord for New York.
Schr Pavilion. Redmond, Newport for New York.
Schr Falcon. Taylor, Sa'em for Clinton Point.
Schr Maltel II, Iron*. Newport for Philadelplfla.
Schr 8 L Crocker, Thrasher, I'awtucket for New York.
Schr H C Perkins, Myers, Providence for New York.
Schr hagle, Chase. Deunisport for New York.
Schr Ratelle, Purnlss, Providence for New York.
Schr James M Baylis, Proridcnce for New York.
Schr John Bro->ks, Fox. New llav^n for 12llza^etbport.
schr Copy, M'ller, Sag Harbor for Albany.
Schr elm's A drawer, Usrvev. New Bedford for New York.
Schr Jus M Young, Barrett, Providence for Ellzabethpmi.
Schr Pennsylvania, Oowell. Hartford for Kluabethpurt.
Schr Justice, Clark, New London for Kllzabethport.
Schr Julia ? Swan. Knapp, Oyster Hay for New York.
Schr Mary A Lovcll, Warren, Hsrtford for New York.
Schr Auna W Coillns, Tooker. New Haven for New York.
Schr Geo W Whistler, Jr. Cro; by, Boston for New York.
ScLr Emily Bell, Jones, Falmouth for New York.
Schr Willow Harp, Hawkins, Norwich for Philadelphia.
Schr Katie lit collius, Hill, Newport lor New York.
Schr Mary Price, Buzzard, Pawturket for Philadelphia.
Schr A II Paiker, Carpenter, ti.en Cove for New York.
Schr Paniel Morris, Manson, Newport for Elizabethport.
Schr Kale Thomas. Barlow. Poetutt lor New x'ork.
Sehr J R Mitchel', Wall, Stamlord for Aloauy.
Schr I. 8 Ttll?? d..,r?.. v-_
8shr A 11.1*, .lone*. Providence Tor Kll*a >ethpori.
Scbr Mary K Mill*, Murray, Oow Bay for New York.
t<cUr ADH.Ur, Coram, Janieeport lor Kondout.
Schr K Pierce, Kilaniion, Pawtm-ket for Sew York.
Schr Wave, HiiIiIihM, N?-h London lor Trenton.
Schr U Downing, Burton Ovuter Hay for New York.
Schr S I, Crocker, Tliraahrr, P*wtncket for New York.
Schr Whtntlrr, Keefe, Taunton for New York.
Schr Jonah (J Chew, Paul, Taunton tor New York.
Kohl' Black Diamond, Kelly, New Bedford for New York.
Schr Martha P Kins, Pwlf'l, Providence for New York.
Schr Qtilrkalep, So>~tb, Rocay Point, Philadelphia.
Schr Black Crook, Young, Providence for Rondout.
Schr Henry . Ihb?, Chaae, New Bedford for Sew York.
Steamer jiletla, Davla, Providence for New York, with
rnpae and nainengen to Isaac. Odcll.
Steamer <i*l.it'-a. Nye, Providence for New York, Willi
mdie and paueugera.
BOUND FiST.
Pteamehip Franconla. Bragg. New York for Portland
Brig Aha*:*, Brown, Sew \ork for Op.>rto, Portugal, for j
>rderv
Brl? Abbie Wi aon, Hooper, Port Julmton for Boaton.' I
Kc.hr Thoinaa B Smith, Bowman, l.llxalxlnporl for New 1
Bedford.
Schr itin K Valentine, Hav . ?, Georgetown, DO., for
iridtei?>rt
Scnr I bomaa Borden, Wrlghtiiifctnu, Philadelphia for Fall ,
Hirer.
Schr F Merwin, Moll, Klizahethport for Providence.
Schr John K Chandler, Pettis. N< w York lor Wludaor, N'S.
Schv E Plmro,J<hcrman, Port Johnson for Providence. j
Schr Pioneer. Miller. New \ nrlr i..r M.iic...
Rchr Wtu U Bowen, Terrv, Hohoken 'or Providence.
Schr Amelia, Carroll, Philadelphia fcr New Haven
Schr.1 .1 Harri?, Nlchola. Klix uxithpoil for Provldenoe.
Schr Cloud, Cathoait, Trenton for Hartford.
Schr Joaeuh, Caswell, bliiat-eihport for NarraKan?ett i
l*ler.
Scl r Florence. ScoO?!d, College Point for North port.
Schr Leonora, Aabbitry, New York for Noank.
Schr E F Mead, Anh n, Sew York fi r Mamaro.i"ok.
Schr Saratoga, W eeka, Kll/.ahethport for Providence.
Schr Mary Kllza, Handy, Kl.zabetuport for Iloxton.
Schr L M'Slmut, Traney, Kllcahethport fur Rancor.
Kchr Ne'aon, Wick, New York fordyiter Hay.
8>-hr Sarah Mnria. T.aoj, N< w YorV for Oy?:e' Bay.
Schr Chi Temple, Beck with, New York for Ka't Lynn. !
Schr I, A Lo'.'a, XI'y. Kllraoi tnpnrt ,o. Norwa k.
Schr M H Hope, Coyle, Klizahethport for Providence.
Schr (J K Wllletn. Che?tO"d. Soittli Am hoy for Norwich.
Schr In -ana, Clement*. Port .lultnwin for Mlddletown.
rfclir Kltia Amanda. Anderson. New Yo'k lor C"W I'.av.
Sctir Marv Potter, Potter, .New o; k for Noank.
Si-hr Kvelvo, Burners, New York for Stamford.
Schr.I K t'hitidler, Kleflmn, New York for Port Hranville.
Solir Fmily, Howard, l-.il/Hbcthpo-t for New London.
Schr Joaepli, Tralnor, Eltrahethport for Brld jjeport.
Schr R R ll -ll, Ludlow, KUiahethport for Norwich.
Schr Harriett A Sarah, Ball, Port .Toll1.son for New Haven, i
Petit Monitor, Chnse, New Yor?. for Htonlnaton.
Pchr R U R I!#. MeUevttt, Pit IrJclphin for Providence.
SchrC L .1 .a Tiering, Hatha way, Port Johnson for Taunton.
Schr J H TomutM) Hnnt, WTiabethport for Providence.
Schr Hyena. Thompson, Kllzahcihnort for Boston.
SchrCllve, McFarianJ, Kllrahetliii 'it fur Boaton.
Schr Mary Anna, Adam*. Port .lobimnn for Mlddletown.
Pctir S Api>1e|ja'e Williams, New Yor . for New Haven,
Schr Sarah Jane. Kordhmi, Kliiabethport for New Haven.
Fchr Feshion, Carberry, I-.llfabethpnrt for New (l iven.
Schr KlverdVe, Hrown, N?w York toi B"s:on .
Schr Yarmouth. Bak r, New Yol k for HvannK
Ki ln Yo'-emlte, Moil, Ne-v York (or Bonon.
Schr .1 McFro?t, I'.'wr'y, A'bany for New Bedlor.l.
Schr (Jllilerileevc, Howell. Port John ton for Ronton, !
Kclir M Hand, Cmwford, Philadehhla lor Orient.
Sv'hr 1. Hal1, Hal', llohoken 'or SlonlJg'.on.
Schr S H tlrss.vin, Smith, Po't .lohn?on for Hartford.
jschr Me'lle Hloomtteld; Hobble, N<w York for Stamford.
Rchr Hike. VcVnmee. New York for c.reeuwlcb.
Mi op Sun altick, Mo ire, Nt w York for Stony ltroiK
SI >op (I A llaynor, Tnri.er, >e'.v York for lltiUf'i Lniidiin:. '
S'uop M'lton, L"ekwood, New York for Hv.innta.
Pie imer Ualatea, Nye, New Yor* for PrO'idsnee.
Steamer Geo A Chaffee, Wlliets, New York for Norwalk. .
WUITBhlONF.. LI, Alii II II AO P.M.
Four schooners for the sottihwurd. mioo?ed lumber laden, ,
avc jitut arrived a' Hart Island, an l will remain there ovr
ilthL
The N> w York city's Commissioner* o: Charities and Corrrtinn^
nlinn shin ? 1 ' 1? L "
round ofi flail'* 'InIuihI thlj AM and proceeded eutdwar.l
n a crtilae Will aftnrwarue lie off Newport for abortIIme.
BEI.OMF.
Ship Mi aiio, Hiown. from I'oaton (Iw i liol boat (1 W
I unt. No It).
Ship ('barter Oak, Tukey, from Koaton.
Wiud nt annset S, lljhi
*lii|t|>inar >i?if?,
Meiar* ( II Mallory A Co'r tie*. Iron "tenn'-r t"tr of 11 ?ii?
in will If are pier No in i:a?tvlrer thla afternoon for fl.il- !
raton, touching at Ket WiM. It i* her Inllal Irln, and, (
rllhoilt doubt, will prove a aatiafnetory one.
'Ilnrlnn INwi'en.
S .XA vmiiii' Rout T*?n vM Tim lepoil in yea'.etdny'a ?.t| ' ,
on that the Mcamihlp Robt Ingham had heen ral.h'd ?a< !
rroneons. '
Brio K?ii.it'hv ;lir), Klnn<y. from Turk* Inland for Yir- !
loutb, vs, alrucU on Trluity f.cd^oi ilurlni a thick foa ;>lit |
It. nt nalf't'.ial 3 o'o oik. On tint lion t tluu aha floated "T I 1
nd made (or Br'.'-r In,and. In attempting to enter Ilia pan*
W the resnet, noma unnianiReai- e, went anlioro on the i
>cka at liarttnomli Point nod bccnine a loin! wreck. The
jura and iiggtns. except Il?? Inner mast*, were saved. 1 u<!
nil *?< aolu at auction 2d Inst ft>r$l7*>< The cargo, eonsIM- !
iK of *k''. ami aucir, tared In a dainauoJ condition, ami
a* anld at am lion. The Ec. tpae wan lWHona register, nnd | 1
wne I by Me?atn Young, Klm.' V A Ournlng of Yarmouth, ' 1
8, hlii'? ?? intii-ed for $4( (lu; $3H0t1 eacU In the Oomraci : j
al and Marine liuturanc* ofllcea. I he. cargo wrai Inmred In j !
it) PaoIHe cillli'e.
Hm<i ,'osvi'ii ink inf Hrnnawi'-k , liln*colt, went anln.re
ii ^ atid Island, oil Mnch'ns. 10th mat, and will probably i>e a
lal Idas I lie c reiv are ?nf?. She bad a cargo of 700 bl>l*
mil' for St John. I
ScnnJ k Manning, Osnriy, from Philadelphia for Una
in. which arrivurfi Newport Ptb m?t, p?| oris, nluli' o' the
li, at II o'clook. ID miles west of Monlaulc, collided wi;l? sin
riknown win- In bal nit and !o?t inn'mmat cloae to tbe I
ick ; had mainsail and foresail batllT torn and a Urge hole
ade in the di ck. The other achr lo .t bowsprit and head (
?ar. Tue weatber was thick at the time.
hi"mit Aiikhh. hverett. fro:n Shnlec. N8, for New York,
'fore reported, wax capn'r.ed In the Hound I'M of 8th mat,
?ont ? nnloi SW of New Haven IMilliousr. in a thunder
oi m. The crrw clung lo tbe rlrninj: and wore reacud bv "
?a?lii2 RPhonner. The A was a?na?<iilonlly towed Into Now ]
aven. and will be righted ua soou aa her diekload can be
imoveil.
Kmn Ipi.iA Krw m.1 with a full eareo of corn, lyiiig
[round m her wharf at kockiiort fell nil and waaaobMly
imai.ee! I hat ahi' hdert with J lia Mile. It lelnil low ude inma I
ro tliviiaanu but held were wtvod t>elore beiua wet. Tb?
1
I tinUwcr of the csrro wai dvobargefl In a itsnuM conlitlM
aud ?o.d at low price* The v.i'e' tri'l be repaired.
UriirfllaRMHit * ' /
We ara indebted to pnrisr Chas f "(lurks, of the aie*m?btp
Yirgo, from Savannah, for favors. ,
1 be porter of tbe s'eamahip South Caro'Ina, from Charleston,
bai our thanks !or t'avo a.
Tbe stenmihip Virgo, which arrived yeaterduv, brings the
firm hale of new cotton from the port of Savannah. u waa
r?'?e I ?y Mr P O Crad lock, Jefferson county, near MontU
c.'llo. Fla. and weighs 417 lb*. classes low middling, good
qnalitr. It was shipped bv Mcaftri Saunders, Goodwin k Miller,
ol ?avnimali, and consigned to It H Baldwin, of this
Oil.',
Whnlrnmn.
' Arrived at New Bedford 9th, bark Mount Wollaaton. Coffin,
! 1'acltic Ocean, Ta'cahuano April 29. with UWI bhlg ap oil (38
tiken oi> the |>ainni:e) aud 2f> do wh nil. Sent borne 00 bbla
poil. Hai on freight 60U bblil ap oil. from bar'< M Colcord I
i 1UU do do, from bark Samuel A Thomas, anil 18 bbl? ap oil.
Spoken?Aim rt. lat 37 :W, lou 72 bark Ialauder (not
j Higtilandsr:, Ilamlln, NB, with a whale alongside.
SiMikei.
U S ?hip Conatella'lon, tor New London. Auj 7, lat 4118.
| lou tH 30 I by pliot boat U W Mlunt, No 11i.
i Bark Pepita i NO), from Boston lor Richmond, Va, Aug 7,
I lat 40 34. Ion t>8.
Bark H P Lard, from Boston for Philadelphia, Aug 7, lat
j 41134, Ion 69 15.
Bark Nereid, B?>arie, from Liverpool via Quernntown for
Sail Pranolsoo, June 4, lat IK 40 S, Ion 36 20 W.
Brl? t)t'nwa i Br \ from Bay Chaleur, NP, for Philadelphia,
j A112 7, Im' 40 3i lou i>8 10:
j Hi L Mallna, from Boston for Philadelphia, Auk 4, lat 40 28,
' Ion 09 30.
! Schr Humming Bird (Bri. from 8t John, NB, for Provl!
deqee, Alt* III, lat 4u 34, Ion l?? Ha
Pnreiirn Porta.
Caiiiaiuin. July 2J -In port brig John H Kenriely, Rich,
1 for Philadelphia in fc( dava.
I Chatham, NB, J?i y 21?Arrived, ship Armanella (Br),
i Mack, New Yorg.
I Ki.mina, Africa, July 2 -Arrived, bark Lemuel, Marks,
i from Boston, arrived Jiins 2$>
Havana, Aug 10 ?Arrived, hieaintnip ?ienvm?, Morion,
New Vork. _ ?
I Halifax, Aug 3? Arrived, brig Peter Roberta (Br), HunI
ter, New Yor*; schr Sou'.hern Cro.is (Br), Brown, do; 9th,
I Imrk Kenwluk, Toyn, Philadelphia; 10th. steamship* Nova
I Scot I ?ti (Br), Richardson, Tdvarpool for Quebec; North Ame
, rlcan iHri, Miller. Baltimore for Liverpool, to aa.il 12th.
I Plymouth. b, Ann 11-Arrived, steamship Westphalia,
I Seiiwenr.;-n, New Vork lor Hamburg (and proceeded*.
I Alio arrived 11th, steamship Kibe, from Axplnwall via
; Kingston and St Thomas and proceeded for Cherbourg anil
Southampton).
Poncf. PR, .Inly 87?iii port brl^s Almon Roivell, Arthur,
i for New Vor* ld?; John Given*, for do do: I, MHiHr1, foi
dodo; Winona. Stone, for Baltimore, uo; s>hr Cygnus,
Small, for Philadelphia, do.
Amrrintn I'nrts.
APPONAt'O, Ail*9-Arrivescbr* Beuiali"K Sharp, Baker.
Kli7ibethrort; He'en. Scario, Port .Johnson.
BOSTON, Aug 10?Arrlvel, ^hrs I^abeiia, Fisher, WU.
iiiiti ton, NO; i.eorire . ,'evenger, Smith, and A Li-laml, Ben
mt , Philadelphia; J II Deputy, Sturgts, Elizabeth port; Vluta?e,
Hulse, Kondout.
Clearcl?Barks ladstone <Br\ Alter, Mlraml-bl: Btsr
llirlit, Seavey, Mobil ; bijs Nellie Mitchell, t'o iv, St Domlnro;
Somerset (Br), MifiTide, Martinique and (iua ialoupe;
scbrs Ada P Whitney .Olavm, Alexandria, Va; K Kidder,
Ba^er, and P Bolcc, Adams. Philadelphia; E Smith, Mak?r,
New Vork. Also cleared, brlx F.lsey ( Br', Berry, Hnvll.
Sailed?Wind N W to NrtW. brlgi Aura nn<l Somerset.
11 h -Arrived, steamer M-Leilan, Baltimore: ship D W
Chapman, Liveipool; brie Alpha Monloa.
Also arrived, steamship Aries, Philadelphia; brigs Caae*tdle,
Hol>oken; Dingo, Baltimore; Hclirs Leona. Ma vague* |
Marv B liter. ,1 acme).
BALTIMORE, Aug 10?Arrive), steamship Wm Lawrence,
tiallett, Boston via Norfolk; schr J P Robinson,
Hardin?, New Vork.
Cleared Steamships Bolivar (Br), Raker. L'verpool:
George Appold, Lovelmd, Boston via Norfolk; brlc Gambia,
(illley, Boston; schra Kranoes Br), Logan, St Domingo;
Ralph Carleton, Curtis, Hoxtou; Samuel Fish, Tewl, do; M A
I isk. Kaker, do.
Saded -Steamships Bolivar (Br), Liverpool: George Appold,
Boston; brist Monarch iBr, London; Pth, bark Ger>
mania (NG), Rotterdam; brig Blanche (Br). West Indies.
BANGOR, A lie 9?Arrived, schrs Wm Conners. Toolft,
Philadelphia; Klehmon l, Dow. Kllzabethpoft; Franklin,
Brotvn, New York.
Cleared?Schrs Adeline Hamlin, Lewis, New York; J G
Stover, Arev, do.
BATH, Auj 8- Arrived, schr Loretto Fish, Wllley, Baltimore.
BEVERLY, Aug 8?Arrived, schr Revenue, Niekereon,
Rondout.
BRISTOL, Ah* 9-Arrived, schr Wast Wind, Townsend,
Philadelphia.
Salied-Sebr Mary H Mlfllln, B'lggs, Philadelphia.
loth?Sailed, schr Win Cullver, Taylor. Alexardrl.i.
CHARLI-.STON, Aua 11?Arrived, steamer Ksta'itte, from
Norfolk. Vo. for Martinique.
DAN VERS, Aug S-Arrived, schr Delaware, Know, New
York.
Stli?Arrived, schr Geo P Trigg, Llnnekln, New York.
EAST GREENWICH, A ua 9-Arrived, schr Treasure, Tay
lor, nrw rorn.
lU*h?Sailed, schr Fannie Hazard, Lawrence, Elisabeth
port.
GALVESTON, Aus* Cleared, steamship North Carolina,
Hnioot, Rail more.
Mli?Cleared, bark Cremona, Burrows, New York.
KEY WEST. Aus tl>?Arrived, steamship Wilmington,
Cole. New York for Ualveitoa ia id proceeded1.
NKW ORLEANS, Aug 6-Arrived, abip Alhambra, Chicholm,
Liverpool.
NORFOLK, Aug Id- Arrived, steamship Wm I' Clyde,
Drew, New York.
NEWBURYPORT, AngP- Arrived, echr J-ve Henry, Trueworthy,
New York.
NKtV BEDFORD, Aug f Arrived, scbr G L, Lovett, from
Roekport for New York (put in on account of head winds i.
lOlti?Arrived, achr .lohn li ferry, Kelly, Philadelphia.
balled?Sehrs Sarah L Simmons, Handy, Philadelphia!
Young Teazer. Siocnm, do; Sarab, Cobb, do; OL, Lovell,
New York.
NEWl'ORT, Aug H, PM?Arrived, sohrs .! K Manntne.
Oandy. Philadelphia for Boston; Potter A Hooper. Brartburv.
Haveratraw; Native, De Hart, Port Johnaon; Onward,
Wheeler, Providence for H iverstraw; Mary Jtrtt, B?*
ker: Chancellor. Ferguson, ami Louiia, Hamlyn, do tor New
York; Mart H Mnflln Hricir*, Briatol fordo: Ksquiraaus,
Hnggs, Dighton for Pouvhkeepiie ; Margaret Jane Kennedy,
Providence tor Haverauaw. '
Sailed?Schrs Phil Sberldaa, Murphy. Fall River for New
York; Central America, William*, from do fur Georgetown,
DC; Nellie Brown, lliggins, ltichiuond, Me.fr Richmond,
Ya; CI Errtckson, Smith, Rsker's Landing for Philadelphia;
Eagle, Chine, Dennlsport tor New York; A G Lawaoo,
Fltzpatrick, Providence lor Croton: J I Worthtngton,
Terry, Philadelphia; Daniel Morris. Mansor. Rondont: Hattie
8 Collins, Hill, do; Nellie Doe, Richardion, Philadelphia!
Kmelie Belle, Jones, Knimoiuh for New York; Naueett,
Muyo, Orlean*. Mass, for New York; Jonas C Chew, Paull,
Tuiinton for do; C W Ben ley, Baker, Roekport for do;
Catherine Tboma*. Barlow, Picas net for New York. H
Smith, Snow, Wareham for do; George Nevlnger, Pmith,
Philadelphia for Hol'on.
10th. 1 AM? Arriyed. sohr Starlight, Robinson. Fernan
dlna, Fla, lor Fall Klver.
N( iRWICH, Aug 9?Arrived, schrt Silas Bmlnard, Buell,
Ellzahethpnrl, l?ltt.e David. Dyer, Rondont
NKW LONDON, Ang9? Arrived, achra Wlllard Anderson,'
Anderson, Newborn. siiccest, Richards, New Pedford fo?
New York; Sarah W Blake, Bake. Dighton for do; Bella
Peek, Avery, and R I' King, Bllven, Providence for do.
PENSACOLA. AugArrived, fcciira Fanny Kern, Sannders.
and J M Tavlor, Fowler, ilii'veston.
PHILADELPHIA, Aug 10?Arrived, ship Angel I que (Br>.
MeBurnle, Liverpoil; a.-hrs Philanthropist, Ryder, Fall
River; Freddie ! Porter, Small, and Rhodella ltlew. Van
Gilder, Boston; M M Freeman. Howe*. Sag Harbor; LA
Bibcock, Lee; John Tracey, Mesanrvey; SN heeler, Cor?
m, and Marv E Feme lick*. Dussey, Boston; KG W'bllldln.
Feiiuiinore, Portsmouth. F No well, Fenulmore. Sa'em. K
V Glover, lngersoll, Provideiics; J IV Allen, Dome, Nan
Hxven.
Cleared Bark Louse (NGJ. Relftedl, Dunkirk; brlgl
Klano (Her), Suhr,Cork for order*; WiiP.er Honn Pierce,
Baugor; ?chr? W O Kall?, MltcVli, Helton; E eota Bailey,
Smith. do; Kbo-lella Hlew, Van Ollder, Sacii: ? I! bart,
Kelly, Neiw Bedford; Geo Falee, 11 v>l. Providenc; C H
Saekaon, Cnluian, do;M M Kr no.i. Howe*. B >Mou ; J J
Weaver, Weaver. Providence; Pnllantbropiat. Ryder, Boeton:
R U WhlllJIu, Peniilmore. Newliuryport; E V Glover,
I ngeraoll, Bristol; Miglttinga'e. Orient; K N Palter,
Lorlng, Portland; M II Weateott, Oandy, Lynn; K H Atwood.
Non-la. Provldem e; L A Rat>cock, Lee, Kniton ; J W
Allen, JJoane, do; II K White. I inley, Hailowell; John It
Trace*. Messervey, Button ; s ,1 Bright, KenJall, Ulouceatt r;
Ar?o, Taylor, Portmuoiiib
Lk vrh, Augim 10-H I'M- Pa??ed In to-day, bark Send
an ! two )<:Ikn BDkBn*i>. U n. t" sea I mt nii'ht, barka 81
Oou1 and Ouena*t. At the bieakw.iter, bark hthan A leu
and brijj Walter Ho^en. Thermometer 79.
P- >Ri LiA.41), An;9 Arrived, re .m?hip rranconia. Bract;,
New York: aohr /.eyia, Crowed. Philadelphia.
PORTSMOUTH, Anj 5 -Arrived, ?chr Nlllaon. Kflen, Pbil?
ape'phla.
Vtb -Arrivct. aolir* Mary Aui-.uta, Hale, and Be>??la M or.
rm, Allen, Philadelphia. Hiunibai, Con, llohnkeu; Anna
ElliafceLh, Hi tcbell. and llenj Strong, H.iyt, hlizabeinport.
Mb?Arrived, tenrs Kraneea Allen, Warren, New York; M
C Hart, Rawlev. Philadelphia; Boston, Phillip*. AJbany; Areola.
Watson, Kllzabethpori.
PROVIDENCE, August lii?Arrived, scbra Margaret and
L?ucv*. Crosaley. an I A'e .an le- Young, Jones. Alexandria |
M and E Henderson, St John. Georgetown, IX . Ani'-r.cin
Eagle, Shaw; Wm Uvint'nl. Wiagmt, aud .1 K Weldln,'
t'rowell, Philadelphia; kat- and Louells, - ?, Alnnny fo?
Pawnticket; Ira It.Is*, limtson, Helen Mar. Ward, and
Allert Pbaro, Bingham, Bllzabethport; llmiiv Purman,
McKarland, llareisriw, Hc'le. Miiin'on, and C I' Kiiultia,
Young, Hobokeo; Isaac Slierwo'd, Baker, liaventraw.
Failed Solus Aiberl Maion. H'ne, (leorget >w?, In'; Moon*
light Roger*, rhllaU dp >U or (tftnrze'ovrn, DC); Kunbeam,
itnnkor, Baltimore; II L Slul^bt, Pcaninston, and Mary n
Smitn, Smith, I'lilla lelplilo; Davidaoo. Smith; l>ergreen,
B.ince; Mary A Predniore, Mart; .'nines Oraee'nn, Norton!
Gloucester, Alien, and Hen v Lemuel,.Iarvls. New York. *
PAWllk'KJST, Aug to Sailed, sohr Kule * Mory, Coggawrt',
Ro dout.
RICHMOND, Aug P? l leare', bark Wavelet, Broughton,
Rio ,1-meiro.
ROCKLAND, Aug 3?Arrived, achm Sarah, Uenntxton,
New York; 4tli, Olive Avery, (lotl, New \ ork ; Union. Arev,
ilo; Cth, E Arcultrin*, Ore^. ry; l.eoitine Pr.iU, and E t*
fleejory.Thorii- Ike, New \ork; tftb, I,ae ma. Had, do; Hen
Washington, Peck, Neiv tor*. Sill, Allegliuny, Poet; Mam hong,
lliirlejr; Aliie Ou'ie*. Pillibury; Calliita >pear; I*
Borland, and Arctic, Hall, New York; Seventy-Si*, 'I'eel,
Pbllad-lpbia
called /.?, nciu* Miry A Robinson and Me'cilf. for New
oik; itii, Drig? Ad.' e McL. > >u, Munroe. Baliii ore; Carolina
'Irav, Tb.irnmke, New iir'eum; ?ihr? A'1* Ame?. Admi.e,
Pli .udelphla; Ml Hope, Allen; Pall**. French: hil/aneth,
Hod^lon. Inn Iludion flreelcy, anil 8 Mi'I?oor, spear. Ne?v
Yor*; S.I Minlftiy. Ooeaftt; M ihel, II ill, and Miivaclni etM.
Kennliton, New Voik . : I. lllx. Hli; Adrian. Kve.ieit;
NatritM, t'loekett; R S llo lgdon. Pen llototr, ami Kmore??,
Kenne.tv, New York; flth. Bengal. llalcli; William MoLoon,
llmkell, Kl <riJj, Mc'.calf, and Herald, Ilitli. do.
->AN I'HAX IPCO, Ana J U'.i-nrM, ablu Theodore Puonai
T . Onl^non. Utirrai ! Inlet; lark Cliai '.ott? iSm, Ktoangr
ic, lionj Kong.
11- bailed, airamilnp < oiutlltttlon. Cuvarly. Panama. j
l'illi Railed, (hip .lolin llrighi, lladle.y, Llvrpoo'.
SAVANNAH, Ann 11 Arrive,I, brig John We.*h, Jr, Pittainn.
Me.
< enred Sebr N W Smith, R|n Janeiro.
flA W.M, Ah* 3 Arrived, hrlg lobu Bale i. Hoditdon. Phil?de
plila; aehl't Ailie Garwood, Young; Joaep'i i,aki?.
Oaken, all'! sldo"T I'll 'I'. Ili.-v, Philadelphia. AlnMb.nr,
Thomplon, and Se lona. Ilolbtoi't. R'laabethuurt ; .1 Hidnrav,
Bryant, and P.eio. Roger*, Ilolwkeu; ll<>n>, Keller,
New York ; We?t Kalni'i'ilh lint h, tur New York : 9tb, Em'
inn U RiJwardg, L?e, PtilMdelpb a.
Sal 1 9th, ?ehri l-o.ilaa llll?n, Stron j, aud Mmlelta TUton,
I'rlJtPger. Pnlladelphli
VINKYARD lIAVl N. Aug 11'. Pvl- Arrltred, bark WeMern
<e?, Ponton lor New Y >tk ; >rlun Mattl Bangui fi r Pnila'elidi
a ; S"iriitti Wd!l nit", do loi New York; A Union,
Praukrort for d >: PiOlens Maolil.i* for ?lo; ?clil* F W (tod.
[' ey, Baltimore for i: *t'iu : ! K Wei ?. Mon'ea. Paiah Ann
Ik R II <V.?on, Fanner for Row Vurk; /. A Panic I tutimri
[or do: Bitrnrl. Mu?gu#h for do; Aun> Mirle, Shu.
eo for do: Tom Penning. i'a'nh lor do; M.irla I. ba?li>,
BoKi>ii f m<: M l ii.in.mn. 1'eml.roke r r do; Jonathan
May, Rettiet* Mid Hatler, Hontoii for do, W arranlon, Calau)
Aaron, H.in.;ot Tor Bridgeport. .
llth, AM?Arrived, ?ehm S.iima, Magagnndavic for btw
York : Keitrlc'; Flih, t'a'.al?. f .1 Spencer, Itoiton for Ueorg*
own, DO; flrace flwdl*r, Har llnei for Aleiandrla; A Sc?.
i,i>>ii, .lou'ulm lor BrliUepoit \
Bailed?All the vea?m? liei'ore reported.
Wl( KPORD, A >;f It Aruvel, milir Bar id U KloyJ, Olf.
rord, Hoboken.
W A It P. UN, Ailt 9 Salied, sehr yitkkttep, Smith, Phllalaiphla.
nmiillanboro.
Hiirumatihm can hr cured witii rmav rhko.
matlc< iiemndlea. t?n" trial will i'oiivini'e the illi rer. y
i'atlenK treated daily from t to u, gratia. hi i ltr<> tdway.
namub ? I'RK. without KNII |\ CAUSTIC OH ?
iki detention from l?n<liie*?, lor Strlcinre, i <|.iia Plha,
l)l?ea?M of the Pel ?le Vomer a, Dliean-a and Def o i-ntlea .?7
hy*. Nopir?, rm!# and I'rrinn.
IlKNItV A. I'AMI-.I/" " l)? |<| l,?jinutjn ^otte.

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