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WASHINGTON. HemovaPof New York Internal Revenue Officers. Charles Francis Adams' (tommfcgiou Issued. Washington, j August "la, 1871. m t i _* u ?r I. ? ? ntwTKi oi m-w 1 ?r? nTinnir uucrrni n?e following Internal Revenue t> Ulcers iu the city New \ ork were to-day removed Irom oificc:? Will aril Bullard aiwt Alexati'Kjr N. Lewis detectives; Weorge W. i?e Coma, and K?,J. Wheeler, special asslsuui assessor" for the First district; L. T. O'Hricn auid John Glynn,, special ussistaat assessors for the Mecond <bstrict; H. .M. cooney, Anson Atwood aim A. W. Starsburj, si?e?lal assistant assessors tor ttio Third district. This aetion was taken after fUil consultation Itwwun Supervisor 1 Vote tier and the Commissioner. Tile appointment* were made out of tlie regular opfier, wltiiout the lecoinmendation of the ussessoni'oi the districts or ot the supervisor. The Having to (lie government bv this reduction is precisely $co per di? in. Ck?Hn I ranctM Adam*' Cointni(t*lon Wmicil. The ?x)mialf?Mou or Charles Francis Adams, us arbitrator under the Treaty of Washington, was signed by the Secretary of State at Long branch and sent to the Snare Department, and will foe forwarued hence to Mr. A.lam* to-rtay. Killed by the Cxvlni at nn Kmbanksrot. To-ilay wfuie a number cf men were at work on an eninankraem in New Jersey avenue a part of It gave way, burying three men. Their lellow laborers immediately commenced removing the earth, and soon the head of Tatrlok Chami>ers was uncovered. Tie was alive, the roots of toe tree which grew upon the bank having fallen above his neck in such a manner as to prevent the heavy clods from pressing on it. Soon the remainder of his body was made bare and he was lined out, and, to the surprise or all, he was able to stand. No bouea were broken, but he was badly bruised about the shoulders and the lower part of bis body, and had received u cut nu the face. The other men, Samuel Brooues ami James Hobbington, were killed. Depositories for the New Lonu. The Secretary of the Treasury has decided that bank" designated as depositories under the circular issued by him of date August 10, 1871, will only be allowed to receive deposits for the new loan, and for no other purpose, upon giving the security required for depositary bonds. Secretary Koutwrll'* Rank Clrciilur. Jay Cooke A Co. to-day made application ro the Treasury Department to have 2,000 copies of tlie circular of the Secretary or the Treasury of date August 10, 1*71, furnished them for immediate transmission to the bankers and brokers throughout the country. The request was promptly complied with. Contract lor Hevenue sump Paper. nir <Diurari xor niruisiiiiig mt' nure paper mime by the Glenn Mills, of Philadelphia, on which revenue stamps are hereafter to t?e printed. was drawn up to-day, aud the Secretary of the Treasury will approve of the same on Monday next. Currency and Revenue. The receipts ol fractional currency for the week amount to $376,000. The shipments were:? Notes, $1,612,420: fractional currency. $M9,167. The Treasurer holds as security for national bank circulation $3C2,725,noo and for public deposits (16,716,600. Internal revenue receipts to-day, $476,342; total for fiscal year to date, $19,822,722. Subscription to the new loan to-day. $20,000. Nauonal UanK notes In circulation at this date, $320,374,8(14. tixeenilve A|ipnsntinrul?. The President has appointed James Biruey and Claudius Grint, of Michigan, to he Commissioners for that stare at the centennial celebration of American uidependence In Philadelphia in 187ti. The President has also appointed the loUowinsr Postmasters:?J. M. Lewis, at Barnesvllle, nhio; Lionel Savlers, at Teecuinsch, Mich.; C. C. Gillespie, ul t*:ilveri. Ti'Mis. Tn* President has also appointed J. K. Graham to l?e rami Lieutenant in ihe Jtcvenue Marine. PrrMaoal. Mr. W. O. Avery. at present Chief of tne Appointment Division in the Interpol Ilevenuo Bureau, lias i*?en recommended to the Secretary of ttie Treasury for tiif po'ltlcn ot first deputy commissioner of Hiat office. l'ri>rfi!?nt or Culnmhin Ctllrgr. The Hoard of Directors of Columbia College have received a letter Irom Dr. J. C. We'ltng announcing nui acceptance of tae Presidi my o: tuat Institution, mi place of Dr. <). W. Sams n, resigned. Inurnal Clerk nt tl>e Simiiip. William W. Presbury, of California, who for the past two years uas l?een employed in the office of the secretary of the senate, has received the appointment of journal and minute clerk of the Senate, to till tue vacancy created by the death ot John 4? Butch. N'avnl Inlrllifrnrf. Masier Andrew Dunlop has been detached from U?<- uosion Navy Yard and ordered to the Worcester. LONG BRANCH. ItriMirlarr mf (tie PrruMtiil for Ciitadea and PhilMlrlphla-Ball at ih? Continental?Fatal Kail read Arridem. Long Hkam h, V. J? August 12, 1871, Pn*?adent C.raut, accompanied by <;eneral Porter, left to-day for Camden to visit Senator CatrelL The President, aft'T dining with ilie Senator, left for Philadelphia, where ne will be the gue?t ot exSecretary Uurle. 1 lie President re turns to his cottage on Mondav. secretary Fish atid wile leif this morning for their itotue. A grand complimentary t?ab was given to William Keeting tun evening at the Continental Hotel, which was tbe most iashlo<iable dress bail or this season, no the (lit* of Long iiraneh was present, very fashionably atured. The leading belles of the evening were Miss Minnie Crosby. Mr-. II. V. Bcim*, Mrs. i>. H. liooih, Mrs. O. Ji. Tot?ey. Mrs. 1. 11. Sinnh, Mis. Kowund Davis. jars. (lia ilea A. Uoblusoii, Mrs. JViward McCleave. i KUward L. i>unn, of Bloomfleld, X. J., while attempt in' mi Jumn upon a iraln leaving lor New tork iln>, evening. ai;<:i lcntally -ilppe<i between the ar-. hum ia'iui?? across the track ilie train passed over biui. kill tig it* in liis'.untly. At the coroner's tin blante \vu- attached to the railroad conil>:in> 1'V i he jury* I i nit thieve*. i It'bui 4<i*i?Nd J?nn I om'i-iunerf?four Thieves Km-apr limn thr Qiici-u- County J-i.l?An raomviMliI C'tm?e. At nine o'clnriion 1'rtdav bit d?Tperat?- character* aped from the oiii Queen* County Jail. They 1 (iiauuiacturel a wrcucii out of apiece or wood ?>y i in a ill of a file, ai.d with thin they unbolted the lock on the prisou door. The jailer, Mr. VV hit comb, was sitting on Mic iront piazza, talklwt to a tart-. Ihaiubrllge. Hbe dr< w his attention to the no*e, and looking through the hall lie t-aw the last mnn scaling the irreat hlRh fence wrueb'vas ?'K '-i'vi for the execution of Uurke, the Oiurdi rer oi ?;ane. The bell wan immediately ?M>iuid<'d .and scmiq a party <>f well nrmed men were ?o pursuit. 'm tin v weti' unable to i "t a cumpse of aiit of Uu hi. Tin ian through Aimstrong s corn hcM aud into the wooda. Karly ycst, rday morning ? very ortlcmi in Que-us county was on the aJert, but lid not succeed in recapturing tbmi. Ihej art all desperate characters. Two of them mere implicated in the gT'-at t jc.o.'O burglary in Lowr Inland Otv, and iw long to the notorious "Shooter's Hill" gang of thin cut. Two others were implicated In robbing tno house of Mrs. Spader, io Janiam. and 1h longed to the "trow s Mill" gang of Brooklyn. The remaining two were i^ervlna; out t<i n,s of Imprisonment for petty crimes. Sheriff Henry 1- confident of recapturing ;hera. He -ass I the only tiling to be wondered at Is that they retumned confined hi lo;ig. the ( rami Junes of ("ueens county have four iiinei nidi- ted this building as a nuisance, and It is ??niy tljren week*ago th.it the ,-i.ite Prison Inspectors i ? oti icuinen it. I he u per visors have been trying to net He lUe preliminaries lor a new '"Hiding foi tblrlr m Mil uu>erJja?# ?uc.fed*<l, J NEW' TO! THE INDIAN QUESTION. Ai Indian War to Ike NnrtVtWcwt lm>T?RblfTroublr DrcwlH ih?> Niunx nnd Oilier >loufmiu Vrtb(A?V^i'Wt of lieiiernU lliincork ?b4 HkotMu- Mare Ni r?leil for I'tuitrr l>rJ~M<-e. , Wx?mx<r;Tov, Autm?t 12. 1871. The Secretary of lUc Interior to-day roceivaU iliu following letter from ibe He?'r?t<irj of War:? StR-In connection with the War Pepartment letter of 16th June, flAtlui: th.U cftplea ? *. your cvsinuulratlon* and en cloture* rclaiiTK t<> "e.taiu Santee, Vaukton and other Sioui lniiia".K bad hteu 1-elerred to the (V>nimanrtii>e (ifue^al <il the Uevsminenl at Uar.lkota, 1 bav* the li<>uor tu enclose li'"rewttl>. lor jroiij information and ronsideratlpn, extract* from tue report* ef the v'omtuandlug Grntral of Hie l^t?rtm?al at Dakota and nrti?r oflir<r? liaving knowled*e of then* lndl?u?, anrt a ropy of an eudorupment eiprenaing the vlu?* ot :np Ucuer?: of the Army on th? vibiert FfO iu these repoita will lieaeen the desirability ol uiaiclainii?K friendly relation* with the ln<liau* naw in Montana. at laasL until Ihe aorlnir oneiiH. when the corernment will be m much heller condition to repel any hoitlle demonstration maue by ihem. Aa a matter et eipediet'ey *r well us kiniir-e** to tbf Indians Ihntiisr'reK. 1 would suggest thai, while jiean-able, they be supplied with rati >n? the- same as the Sloui Indian* hi that agency who are trieudlr whli ilie whiten, and thus ^ive them ud opportknllr for 'mproveuiont. \>r,r respectfully, WILLIAM W. HKLKNAP, Secretary of War. The wjckwures referred to consist of exlracta from reports or endorsements of Major L"W?s, Seventh lnfitiirry; Oencral Hancock. tit-ncra! Sheridan and (Jonerai Sherman. Major Lewis reports thr presence of a considerable bard of S..iMeo, Yankton and other SI141X .n Monn.ua, attracted tin re by large herds of buffalo in tliatre gtuii, anil eit>niuif nd? tlie poller of kecpln;: theui quiet by feeding at Milk Hirer a;ewj. he a ?o gwvs It s* tbe opinion of the settlem m Benton tnet the BftufteU Peganiand BlooOi will go into tbe British possessions and remain thtre.from tear 01' tlie Sunn Major General Ham-ode, in forwarding this report, concurs wltti the report una aitd*:? If tbrm* Iiiuit'.ii.i are led cnu allowei to retusln where they arc untu Um commit one overt act of hostility either against us or friendly liiuianit under our protection, i beiiere trie mallei would be judiciously dltpoacd of. Iii Ihia event the 1 .rinTeutreg and Vtalnibnlns should be smiatled or cornpecsated foi thla occupation of territory which ban oten recognized aa tliplr own, which can easily and readily be done, and the Sioui should he nottbed of the eundition on which they are permitted to temporarily or peiniancutly remaiu. The ieeding of Indian* 1 have uo control over, and. therefore, cannot act In that direction. 1 benere eventually we shail have trouble in ibat aection of country, whirli will make It neceasury for us to settle the Indian question. Wc hare not carairy or other force in Montana or high up the Missouri to permit 11* to think of settling tbis question at the present time. I think, tbe settlement ofit ibuulu be dc. erred, if possible, nutil the Northern 1'acllic Railroad ia well advanced vrentwaid. 1 tliluk it would he wiac to Increase tbe force of cavalry in Montana aa aoon 11 a practicable, In 1 Titer to intimidate thoae people from eornniHuira acta ol hostility aa far an possible and j;ire im the delay we wish before being forced to meet tbe uuestlon with arms. This very delar may give the Indiana wi*er views and enable a tlnal settlement to be made without reaort to any more force. In this precautlonary measure I would a'.ao recommend that additional troop* and cavalry be aent aa aoon aa practicable to Fort Hui'ord. Knowing how much the War Department la harassed by applications tor more troops, I do not present these v,ew* with the expectation that immediate action can be taken on the rcconimendutiou. but the sooner action can be taken the better. If iht Interior Department decides to feed these Indians where tber are J should line to be ad tiri'iI of the 'i act, a* ft niiuht influence action hereafter iu certain contingent-let. Lieutenant General Sheridan expresses Ills views on the subjcct as follow.-:? It haa been my bclial for tiie pa?t two yean that a Uidiculty W'h lliese ><jrifiein Sum:, cannot be avoided, ami it i? only ii matter of tnuo, and Dot a very long time either, when It will taUa place. We are certainly not pit-pared for it ud cannot lie until next spring, and I tlierel'ore recommend that nil the cooocaiioni poulhle he made in the wav of Imiii * to theiie Indians, wherever they may be, until we can eel more troops on the upper Missouri, l" hava repeated Iv oliei/icu att> iilion to the coucrntratlon of :t goodtized force at 1'uford, but the War Department ban bet-u to haiatsed by ?o many ca!l? of pre??lnK need that no MtNUn has been paid to my MSgMttOBa, I propose to send at leait iour companies of rivalry end three companies of intantry to Fort Buforil In c*riy priBg. Thit Will make a pietiy good force there. Fort Ku Td. hb it 1* now and lin? been for thr?" or four y*ars in prai tically In a htate of a'ege. 1 huve no doubt the l??t raid, mad i,I ihlnk, on the iKi-l or iMtli of July, ja tbe Uailatiu Valley, was made by a party of theae Indian*. inder date of August 7 Geuerai Sherman submits the preceding communication to the secretary of War, with the following remarks:? The army Is In no condition lo meet the reqilremenU of WW with the Sloos Indians iu tbe ImnnimillH reai 'ii a hi'tit NIlk Kivei Agency. other measures in thai quarter aro ue fendre and neceiwarilj very wesk. A gentleman connected with the Interior Department. long laiinllar Willi Indian affairs. alter reading the foregoing recommendations, remarked today mat the suggestions of tne various officers concerning the Indians reminded hun of feeding rats in their fancied security until dogs could be loiuia to cat oh and kill them. TIih Nevnda Indian*. San Francisco, August 12, 1871. Tbe rah I'tes lu Nevada are determined to commence wnr against tbe Shoeti? over a disputed boundary que-tlon, but tbey are unable to purchase arms In Nevada and they will send to .San Francisco lor tliein. Not much bloodshed is anticipated. UfDcrai ? rt>?Biiimpxivn in Arizona. | San PKANCI3CO, August 12, 1871. Advlcs from Tucson. Arizona, to the J9tli of .luly plute that <;eneral Crook's campaign against the Apache Indiana is proceeding vigorously. He is corilldent or reducing the savages to submission If lie is uot Interfered with by the Peace Commission. W HO POfS(?K? Bl FFEYBF.BGEE Iiilrrvicw wilb the Principal Pr??rrutor In Hie Bufioiibrrarr ( n?r?.Mr*. Colburn 6cuwur. red m* a .>1 urdc^rh". Cincinnati, August 12,1S71. . A reporter for the Columbus Dispatch haa interviewed Thompson, one of the principal prosetutors In the Buffcnt'erger case. Tnompson said:? ' 1 dou't, like to say anything against Ann Colburn, but 1 will say that her character before she married Colburn was devilish bad, ami I speak from the books." The reporter said:?"It Is charged that ilils suit has been Instituted to deprive Mrs. colburn aud her children ol their fortune. How can li benetlt vou? 11 she were convicted to-day the properly would still belong toiler and her children." To this Thompson replied:?"We don't want a damned cent of Buflcnbergcr's money. This suit lias been brought about because it was believed Uncle Huff was not treated right. What it It has been four years since dc died? We relatives arc poor people compared wuti the Colburnn. We know what money will do. We nave talked about rhe probability of ms ui:ath BY poison ever since lie died. Ann knows that three months afrer Cncle Buff died i wrote her a letier. in which I denounced her a.s a murderess. >'ow, Professor Wormley says lie found arsenic in the liver and stomach: and now did It tret there? There has been s?me talk about the relatives havlnc tampered wiin the body during Ann's living In New York. That's the tactics her lawyer lakes, t'nele Buff was not burled by Ann in inc Huffenberger graveyard, but on another part of the farm, where she could loon right out of hei door and sue the grave. WHY rni? SHK Bt'IiY him THEKK? We can prove by the persons who buried Cncle Buff and who were present when he was exhumed that tue irrave had not. been touched. It was cemented right over the colttn, and that cement was unbroken ?> the ume he was taken out of the grave. ?hn? lM tori til'!!." In li>nlv ti? u mio_Ttr.il ! a* 10 his means to prosecute the case Thompson conc.lu'lcvl:?"I am now living <>11 inv own farm, which contains about one hundred and sixty-four acres. 1 nave other property, aim I estimate myself worili between thlrty-3ve and forty thousand dollars, and I Intend to jfo my last dollar in having Ann Col burn brought to justice." Wiwt llr. Cnlbarn *#>? ?f the Pro?eruii?m?**eri?nm Cbanres Amilnnt .Mnle>* ThnmpinD. Cincinnati, August 12, 1871. Tlie prosecution have not moved In the contemplated arrest of Mr?. C'olbnrn at London, and It is j stated that ir they do not speedily Mrs. C'olbnrn will demand an Investigation. Mr. Coibnrn wis inter- 1 viewed to-day. but he yielded very little. He was silent, he said, bjr advice of his attorneys, hut said that the whole case was a put-up jol> to pxtort money from his wife, and If they had consented to be bUn Kinailed the whole mattct would have l?ccii dropped. lie and his wife were now here. ' lead/for whatever might turn np. There might be 1 a time when he would thin* It desirable to use the 1 press to explain his position; but the lime had not 1 nowcotne. He appreciated what his friends were cioinir for lum, and at the proper time would prove that thev had not been deceived in either his or hi* wire's integrity. He said his attorney 1 w< re St^eDgth | uing 1 heir position, as would be shown when If was desirable. 1 A special from London to-day ray? that Malev Th<>ru]tson wl.l be arrested, a wrii having been ] issued by rimed States Commissioner Wilcox, of 1 foiiimbus, charging him wit 11 taisely represonun g nlmseli as a Tnlte 1 states revenue ofiieer, in sentetnber, i-?u?. and thereby fraudulently nuirui ! money as sucl\ i'hl- and other alleged crimes that he must answer for w in give him all the seope he 1 can ilesirn to get rid ot his $10,000 farm in criminal 1 prosecution. BILLIA&Db IN NEWARK. Dion ami 1*111 v tor %SI)II, 1,500 I'sisl* I'f-Dloi Win*. l.asl evening Cyrllle Dion, the champion player of America, ami Joseph Oerstei, 01 Newark, played a , irsme of billiards in Dramatic Hall, Newark, for list a side, Dion glwng his opponent ! Too points. The hall was crowded with the lovers of the game, many of them being irom Ni w Y?>rV. The game was called at eight o'clock 1 an I lasted mull ha.f- pasi ten, Mr. M. heruon actids as umpire. Mr. nioii ina<je i..'<on poinr? to tor. Oerstel's ;twi tut att' i averagiug * muni" aud former :i7. j *K HERALD, SUNDAY. J CARL SCHURZ. Srnnlor Vhnrz's Address to thr Germans of rhira?o on ftililiral Topirs. A Progressive Programme?New Dutiea of American Citizem?The Ku Klxxz Act Outrage? A Severe Blow at St Domingo. CHK'&UO, August 12, 1871.W Senator he ti lira, tv li?? had bwu Induced by a large number of Germans in tins city to give lit cm hid views on political topic*, addressed a large audi* mice at Far well Hall this evening in German. In Ills owning nmarkti lie gave the Germans of this eouniiy ttie credit of sympathizing with tiim in ins political course, and prom- i laed to unfold Ms views without reserve. 1? was claimed that a few resile** n?iuit.ors were the cause of the coutusiou now existing among political parties; and yet no reform could be successfully earned through wluiout agitation. Tne present Lour l>ritught to view a new onler of L'iiuK?, wuli new problems, new danuers, new duties unprovided for In tlie old piogrammes ol political parties. Our cival war, in sweeping away tne doctrine of accession, abolishing slavery aud breaking tbe slaveholders' power, had established the civil and political rights or all citizens, hut had estranged the leellngs of citizens ot different sections or the country and rendered necessary n new svstcui of taxation, reaching every material Interest. The government of to-day has grown far beyond wliut it was once, aud the number of its olllccrs assumed the proportions of an army, who exercised wide-spread tuiiiieucc in political concerns, while the power wleldetl by inouey frequently tries and olten succeeds in controlling executives, Lcglslu* tures and courts of Justice, and partisan organizations were used to further individual Interests of politicians. The Interests of the country demand thai the Questions growing out of the war embodied lu the thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth amendments to the constitution should be accepted by all political panics, a* tlie theory oi civil and political rights Is the uuiy one couai*ieut with the nianitalnaiice of free government. The prejudice of persons averse to the amendments must bo overcome by patriotic men tirnny upholding the legitimate results of the war, ami the Southern people must be gradually cut loose from the past und its painful remembrances, as well as tneir peculiar desires and nsplrailo is. und their thoughts directed to those interests which we have in common. To this end not Ding would bo more desirable than tne removal of pouucal disabilities by a general amuest*. Tho speaker considered it one of tne most serious blunders of tne republican party that this amnesty was not granted long ago. In a repubUowhere mi* whole jKilit icut organization of society is based upon the universality ot suffrage political disabilities are antagonistic to republicanism. Missouri to-day, by removal of disfranchisement, tqjou perfect repose, order and general good leellug. Disfranchisement is used by one party to keep the other down. That's Its object. The result is that the most unscrupulous politicians, under such circumstances being most useful, soon become influential. The speaker said it he cooid not maintain the ascend ?m.j i/i jim uj uvmst numis lie wuuiu ue willing to let. it pro through a purifying process. Tue miseries and tierce convulsions In Missouri lietore the removal of political disabilities ana the peace and tranquillity in taat state since the removal were portrayed in glowing colors. 1 here was something higher in politics than the possession and distribution of public plunder. There were two elements 01 diaiculty in the SnU Which must be viewed tu connection with the umnestv uuestion?tne disunion spirit trying to keep (town colored people and Union men, producing disorders Known as Ku Kluxoutrages, and, on the other hand, the a 'ministration of unscrupulous, rapacious men called carpet-naggers. These two evils could not be alone removed by penal legislation on the part of Congress. The main relief must come from the people themselves, as it is evident that neither the democratic nor tne republican party, as now constituted la man of the soot hern states, can afford re ief. if the food men of both parties would unite they would possess numerical strength enough to bear down opposition; moral power en ugli to maintain order and good government and the re. nioval of political disabilities by amnesty would bring at>out the result. The speaker said the opposition to the Kn Klux Mil in Congress was because it invested the government with powers not warranted by the constitution- powers more dangerous in if. (feet than the abuses they were to cor^ rect. It was like appointing a lion to to protect sheep against wolves. The lion would ki t ? the wolves away, bat what protected the sheep? The general government has power to protect the rignts and liberties of its cm/ens. but in doing so it is not to ro beyond certain lines of Us au'horlty prescribed In the constitution. Senators voted against this act noi as if they had been uuwillInE to protect the lives, riirhts and liberties 01 those who need it Ui the South, bnt because tne manner In which protection is proposed is involving jrretu dangers to the lights ami liberties of all. We refuse to grant such powers to the Kxecutive, not because the President now m ortlce did not individually possess our coniidence, but because we would not entrust any man, were lie ever so great and eood, with such pr.wcr to rule over the American people In periods of extreme pnMic peril. A temporary grant ol such extraordinary powers may i>e a necessity, as the Romans appointed a dictator when an enemy was at their gmes. in such periods the hanit of using exceptional jwiwers Is easily acauired; hot it is tune we snouid understand that the war is over: that ha nits of war must be dropped: that constitutional government must our.e more reigu supreme. There Is no safety for tree institutions but in this. It. has been said that, the Ku Klnx bill was brought torward in Congress not metely lor the purpose of guppressing disorder aud vio ence, out ol enabling the republican party to maihtain or restore Its ascendancy; especially the President to secure for himself the electoral vote of the South by the machinery of thai law. it is my deliberate conviction, based npon personal observation, that the niaioriiy of those who voted for the bill had 110 other obiuct than to alTorrl protection to persons In the South who seem to i>e exnosed to persecution ami outrage. Many voted for the bill with hesitation, and re/rct. 1 don't, want to justify their vote or to excuse anybody, but to oe just. I am honestly convinced that nothing has done more to keep alive the sum from wbien Ku Klax ontragw proceed than the actlmonioas war that was waged upon reconstruction measures and constitutional amendments M(ltinltDdlM<M0iniMMllt|IT(O to the hope iliat all these tumir-W"nid l?e swept away again if the democratic party should come into power. I am turtherxnore convinced that the large majority of the republican party North and South favor a liberal, generous and sirictly constitutional policy, and that the demagogues aud schemers among the lenders of that party would have been utterly impotent had not the lawless element In the Sontn and the biiud reactionists everywhere furnished them capital to work upon. Speaking ol .sr. Domingo, ilie speaker snld the annexation of St. Domingo would lead to the annexation of the American tropica down to the Isthmus, giving a population po-">'-s?ing nothing in common witn us. The Senator said:?"1 navu l>een severely censured and attacked lor m.v attitmie In this aTalr: that cannot touch me, hut when a respectable republican journal summons Mr. .Sumner and < myself to compare personal dlAarencoa with the President for the sake of puplle interest it deserved an answer. I cannot understand this view of public. affairs. I know of no personal difference thai could Influence my political attitude. My personal relations with the President were never otherwise than iriemliv. I complain of nothing: mid were it otherwise I would certainly n>-c lu,' !>rii-iw|i"vi ii, "ii iiiuui <>l |H-rKOIiai ICCIing, I wan capable ot mtaeklng ih<* policy of the President: but If ihe President were tnv dearest, moHt intimate friend tin- friendship would not restrain tue i roiii opposing u viuiuilou of ilia onstn uilon." _________ MCHD5;B IB NEW ORLEANS. Nkw orlkana, La., Angnst 12, 1*7). At about two o'clock this morning Domintck Byrne* inillcfeU tnreo imntrurotia *UbH upon Neil Hughe*, h cult driver, who went to the hospital bleeding protns-iy. iSiiiiM'iuentlv Byrne* stab tied Pat Krady t wire in rough me heart, Killing him instantly. Alter a c,lias?- of .-everm blocks Byrnes wits ?rr<~t<*d by ihe police. Tin- murder occurred In a coiTee limine near I'oydras Market. The cuiine was Wlll"key. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS ITEMS. Henalor Sumner arrlrH In k inn yegterdny miunin^. Muri-arel M lllli, nzfl eighty jc?r?, ?a* run oyer and killed bv aii *"!|)rpir* Hani <?u Krloiij iryorniig In Lynn, Main. Tliom?? Mol ne, employed In a lirewery In Philadelphia, ?i?? yeMerlay arontbend in h fe: meuliog ral whll>- nUempinp to clean Ii out. * mnn named Kamnel Wrier. livlnn in f'heroVee connty, Kanaaa, *>< ronyicte t lam weel ami sentenced to iwentynr.'' years in the I'enllntiary lor mitraging the puri.in of hla >wn <lan|.htt r ?:id repealing the i.ll'eno* at dlflrriMit limes. The girl in ;<' I fourteen. HtrWr I* a^ed fifty two and lia* lici t, iwm e married. He hit* lire rhlldrnn, all uf whom, it ia alleged, In- ha* attempted to onlriige. OCKAN STKAMKRS. PATH OF l>KPARTrRK? I KOM NKW YORK TOR Tim KONrilS OK Al'Ot HT ANO NKPTKWHKIl. Sftorrter, | Sill* | O"ftno/''r, | Office. Ar-nla I Aug 111. .lUlaagnw i? Howling llreen Nevada Ann I*.. ,| l.lyrpn.il |l.t< hroadway. I'Uy of Lltncr'lc. I Aug 17... Liverpool lf> hroadway. lUnnofi-r I Aug 17. .. I Hremen Broad at. Oceanic Si.g lj?... i Liverpool |in Hroadway. City of London. | Am IV .. i Livim |>'W>I 1 > Hm^dway. Aurtralla A tig III... .disavow 7 Bowling Oreen Aietandtia Aim 113... dlasi'ow 5 Howling Hrwn nty of Antwerp. Aug M...'Liverpool Hi Broadway. I'ereire Aug Hh. . |ll*vre SB Hroadway HnUbiiia Atiff St.. |<lia?g"? 7 itovyllny (Irnan tlilyof Hruok'n. AuglM... Liverpool 1!< Broadway. Atlantic |Sept !'... Liverpool 11M Itroailway. 1 LaUr't* S-pt 9. i IU?re. Ji* JtrnaJway. lUGUST 13. 1871.-TKEP1B SHIPPING NEWS. Alauii' f?r New York?TUU Day. Sun rises f> 08 I Moon rises..morn 2 17 Sun seta 7 01 I High water.. .eve 6 PORT OF WEW YORK, AlCIST 12. 1871. CLEARED. Steamship City of Brumels (hri, Kennedy, Liverpool?John U U/.io. Steamship Francs (Br), Thompson, Liverpool?? W J Hurst. Steamship Aniclla (Br). Cral*. Glasgow?Henderson Bros. Steamship Hermann (NGi. Keictiraann, Bremen-Ueiricba & Oo. stramsllo Ville de Paris (Fr), Surmont, Havre?Geo Mackenzie. Steamship Titan (Br), Buchanan, Boyney, CB?International Coal ami Kail mad Co. Steamship <iity of Houston, Partridge, Galveston via Key W?t-C H Mu'lorv ft Co. Steamship Lodo'na, Ilovey, New Orleao*?C H llallory ft. Co. Steamship Crescent City, Crowell, New Orleans?Frederic Baker. Steamship Geo Washington, Taill, New Orleans?IT B Cromwell ft Co. Steamship Catharine Whiting, Howes. Savannah?R liOwUen. Steamship Magnolia, Palmer, Savannah--W R Garrison. Steamship James Adger, Look wood, Charleston?11 R Morgan ft Co. Steamship t\ 8 Terry, Chap,n, Newborn, NC- Murray, Ferris ft < 'o. Steamship Geo B Upton, Roberts, Norfolk, Cltv Point and Richmond Washington ft Co. Steaiiiahlp Wyauoke, Bourne, Norfolk, City Point and Richmond?Old Dominion Steamship Co. Steamship ? C Knlgbt, Johnson, Georgetown, DC? G B Merrick. .Steamship Volunteer, Ilowe,Philadelphia?Lorlllard Steamstiln Co. nieainsnin nereus, itwrw. uoston?H K Dimock. Steamship Wauimti, Fish, New Bedford?Ferguson ft Wood Ship tilnaporr i Tr), Wilson, Liverpool?Arkell ft Tnfts. Ship New World, Cnamplon. London?Grinneli, Mintum ft Co. Bark Kalllsto <Wor\ (leTsrd, Queenstown for orders? W rinlt, Tetens ft Bockraann. Bark Horace Heal*, Ktrout, Gibraltar Rremeiberg A Co. Hark Tl'.os Hope, Richardson, Monrovia and a market? Yatc* and Porte*fleld. Bark Clara (Br), McConnel) Montevideo and Buenos Ay ret ?J Norton. Jr, ft Hon*. Rri* Svea i.Nor), VVedrup, Londonderry?Wendt, Tetens ft Boekmann. Brl? (1 J Troop, Terrlo, navre?Moss ft Ward. Brig River Uueeu ibrj, Cotlain, Trieste?J F Whitney ft Co. Brig James Miller, Berg. Bahla and Pernambuco?Miller k Houghton. Brig Alfsretta (Br), O'Neal, fit John*, NF?P 1 Nevlus ft Bon. Schr Charles E Moody, Wblltemore, Para?C Ludmann k Co. fichr C C Warren, Walker. Aux Caye??B J Wenberg. Schr Dauily (Br). Billiard, Nas-iau?J F.ne.is. Schr Welcome Home (Br), Hunter, Harbor Grace, NF? Crandall, Berieaux ft Co. tichr Freedom (Br), King, Windsor, NS-Crandall, Bertenux ft Col Schr Matilda Brooks, Cook, Charleston?Evans, Ball ft Co. Schr Si'san Wright, Douglass, Georgetown, 8C?Dolluer, Potter ft Co. Schr E Debart. I.owe, Georgetown?Miller ft Houghton. Schr Luck, Broadstreel, Newbern, NC?Thomas, Holmes ft Co. Schr Nelly Potter, Gaskell, Washington, NC?W K Hinman ft Co. Sehr Mott Bedell, Bednll, Richmond?A Abbott. Solir Breeze. Nel? n, Richmond- V^n Brunt ft Bro. hchr Horatio Nichols, Dupuy, Richmond?Van Brunt ft Bro. Schr Uriah A Tabltha, Gibson, Norfolk and Portsmouth? Vun Brunt ft Bro. Schr O I" Biuns, nigbee, Norfolk and Portsmouth?Van Brunt ft Co. Schr John (J Ferris. Webber, Baltimore Wm Chalmers. Schr John Randolph, Bobbins, New Bedford?Ferguson ft W ood. Selir Tlios W Thorne, Scianton, Providence -H W Jackson ft ?'o. Schr Hannah E Brown, Sackett, Bridgeport?Rackett ft Bro. Sloop Union. Hutchinson, New Haven? Ferguson ft Wood. Steamer Frank, Pierce, Phllaaelpnia. Steamer Rlnck Piamond, Meredith, Philadelphia. Steamer Monitor, Jones. Philadelphia. 1 Steamer M Massey. Smith, Philadelphia. Steamer Philadelphia, Jones, Philadelphia. ARRIVALS. RKI'ORTKD BT THE HF.KAI.D STEAM YACHTS. Steumihlp Algeria (Br), Le Messurier, Liverpool, Aug I. via (.Uiei nitown, Aug with indue and 641 passengers, to C G Kraneklvn. Aujr H. fat 47, Ion 47 10, passed bark Leila Ann. of Prince Edward's Island, bound east; same day, lat 4C, Ion 49 ?0, ship Irvine (Br), bound west; 10th, lat 42 25, Ion t!2. bark, bound west, showing eommercial code signal "W <V H T;" 11th, 26b miles east of Handy Hook, steamship City of Baltimore, hence for Liverpool; 120 miles east of do, steamship Helvetia, hence for London. Steamship Oceanic (iir>, Thompson, Liverpool Aug 3, na Queenstown 4th, with mdse and passencers, ?o J 11 Srarks. Steamship I'lty of Manchester (Br)," Ihearle, Newcastle, July If, via Halifax, Aug H, with mdse, to Kunch, Edye A Co. Hail strong westerly winds up to Halifax; since light southerly winds and thick toga. Steamship Ocean yunen, Gray, Asplnwall Aug 2, via Kingston. .la, 6th, with treasure, mdse and passeu cers, to the Pacltio Mail Steamship Co. Had pleasant weather, with stronr trades. :icioss the Caribbean Sea; Auk 11, lat 34 15, long <3 55, spoke bark St Ursula (Bri, from Bio Janeiro for Si'* York. Steamship Mississippi, Henrr, New Orleans Aug 5, with mdse and passengers, to Frederic Baker. Ship British Kmi Ire i Br), Mather, Calcutta, April SI, and Sand Heads 26th, with mdse, to .Munzingsr A Pltzinpto. Passed rape of Good Hope June 22 and crossed the Equator July 12 In Ion 30 VV; had light wind* and line weather throughout. l'.?rk Nuovs Raffaellna (Hal>, Durante, Liverpool June IS, wlrli mdse, to C L Wright A Co. Had variable wather. Bark Lmgt dtal), Pirandello, Palermo, SO days, with fruit, Ac, to .lames Robinson 4 < o. Passed Gibraltar .lime 2fi; I had rnrlHhle weather: July 34, 1st 36, Ion f>3. saw a vessel, bottoai up, ill about 4Ui ton*; it blowing heavy and a heavy sea coul I not go near her: the Luigl Is anchored on tne liar. Hark Ju*n F Pearson (llraz , Oliver, .Montevideo 53 days, witii kMw and woolt to Howe, Whit* A Co Had moderate waiher; sailed In company with brig Jennie K Cheney for New York. Burk Pallas (Br>, Bid '.le, Bell/e, Honduras IS days, with logwood, Ac, to W m Jet. Had light winds *nd line weather; been R davs r.&rth of Hattrras. Brig llolden Brj, Hmscn. Mn'aga 66 days, with mdse, to C Tildas A <"o. I'assed Gibraltar June 14, dajs W of Bermuda with light winds and calms. Brig Otprev (Kr), Tsvlor, M.icelo'Jnne 24, via Delaware Breakwater, Aug 8, with sugar to H H swift?vessel to R P Currte. Brig VVm McKean (Br\ Newe'l, S.ivanllla, 30 days, with hides, coffee, Ac., to lleney A farter. Had line weaiher. Rrlg Seablrd (Br), Card, Muracaibj 18 days, wlih coffee, to Schimillntzy, Lot/ A Co?vessel to Pennlston A Co. Had light winds and dims. Brig MLB (Br, Ester, Ponce, PR, 14 days, with sugar nnd moWssea. to order. Had light winds and culms; been fi days north ot Hxttetas. Brig La Cayenne (Br), Toherty, Am Cayes 14 davs, with logwood, coilee, Ac, to Morrison A Bartow. Had light winds ?n.1 fine weather. Brig Maggie <Br), Oar, Sydney, CB, 2^ davs. with eoal, to C B SwHln A Son- vessel to' matter. Had light winds, calm* and thick fog the whole passage. Schr Joe Ke;!ev(ltr>, Chapman, Marncaiho, 17 days, with coilee, to Perez A Obarrto. Had fine weather. Schr Hntry Muff, Benson, An iiln II days, with logwood, to 0 A Van Boker?ves?e' to S C Luid A Co. llad line weather. Au2 9. off Haitcnu, spoke brig Water Witch, from bound south. Schr Geo Washington, Snerloct, Baracoa!? days, with fruit to Douglass A Grlttin. Schr M W Drew (of Belfast, Me), Perry, Jacksonville 7 davs, with yellow pine, to Drew A Buckle- vessel to master. Had fine weather. Schr John Mosser, Inrram. Virginia. B< hr Lauretta, Curtis, Virginia. Schr Eva. Willett. Virginia. Scbr I. A W Shnwell, Richardson. Virginia. Schr Vankee Di odle. Pal'.shury, Virginia. Schr Sarah Lavinla, Anderson, Georgetown, DC, Schr 1 M Richn-ds, Irvlr.e, Georgetown. DC. Schr Albert Thomas, Rose, Georgetown, OC. Schr Nellie H Benedict, Ellis, Georgetown, DC, for New Haven. Schr Mar kin. Hutchinson. Georgetown. D<", for HuJ<ion. Schr J J l'haro, Bennett, Ra.tlmor*. Schr I' Muli blnion, Mm, Maryland. Pa?H?'<1 Through Hell (<?tn. BOI'ND SOUTH. Steairahlp Francnma. Bragg, Portland for New York, with md?e and naMet. .era. to J F Ainea. Scbr Capelia, Taylor. Wlndtor for New York, with planter to Crm lull, Rertram A Co. Scbr Watchman, rurrlcr. Bangor for New York, with lumber to T >1 Mnyhew A Co. Srhr Pergl? L rimlth, Rohlnfin, Portland for New York, with lumber toT M Mayh jw A <"o. Srhr Mary Brewer, MlUa, Rucklaad for New York, with llrac to order. Srhr Richmond, Catet, Rockland for New York, with lime to order. Scbr S H Lewlf, Gilford, Rockland for New York, wltn lime to Brown A Co. Scbr lludaon, Poat, Rockland for New York, with lime to Brown A (!o> s.-br Robert J Smith, Nlckerton, Roc.kport for N?w York, with stone to order. Si br S s Smith, Snow, Warebam for New York, with naili to I'arker A Miller. Sc.hr Mail. Mead, Greenwich for New York, with (tone to Bridge <'o. Schr Freeatcine, llulie. Portland for New Yora, with atone to Rimnoll A Co. Scbr K F Mead, Ant^ne, Mamaronerk; for New York. Schr M It MiOlin, lirvu". KnUoi for Kluabethporl. Schr b ii Warford, Sprague, Providence for Kli/abethport. Schr Fountain, Bcnnilt, Fall Rirer lor New York. Si br Win liilliim, Itnppey, Mnldle'uwn for Philadelphia. Schr Fair Wind. Bowman, New Bedford tor New York. Si nr Onward, Wtjeclev, Providence for Hareratraw.i Scbr Golden R'lle, Norton, Providence for New York. hchr Wm Camp, W ilton. Providence for New York. Schr Circle. Unite, Unite'* Landing for Croton. Sihr B F Bud*, lUki-r, Bridgeport for New York. Schr Smao McDevitt, McDrvItt, Nor walk lor Philadelphia. Si'hr Ma'ia A ("arm, Mozer, New London for New York. Sr ir.l Buckingham, Seavey, New London for New York. Hclir Fannv A Kditb, Ryder, Bell ait lor Rondoilt. nrnr nary r. i 11. mmit urmpoin ior >ew r 01?, Srhr Bolivar, Kmuh. Providence for New York. Si hr M L 'A ar t, Mullen. Kalrhavn l??r Newavk. Sri r I'opta. Went, Provldrncf* for New York. hi hr loirph liny. Higher, Bo'ton for PlillmlelohtM. Srhr l)?f. Alien. Boatun fur Port .lobnaon. Si hr U111v Frank, hdwirda, Drrliy for EII*?bi"thport. Srhr Margaret Mufhee, (loriton, Htonv Brook for New York Srhr II B l>rew, Miller. Ilriu*< p-irt for EUlabeUtport. Si br Sarah Me'rltt, Watera, rollcji:e Point for New York. Steamer Albatruia, lutii, Boaton for New York, mil?e ami panaenjjer*. Steamer <la1*t?a, Nya, Providence for New York, with mtivr and paueunera. BOl'ND EiSr. Sterinnhlp Titian, Rurhanan. New York for Sydney, CB. SieiimnhiiN Nrreua. Bearne. N?w York for Boaton. Stratiialiir v% amautia. H?li. Ni'w York for New f)ndford. Sehr .1 S Terr?, Raynor, Philadelphia lor Newo..rt. Srhr A Babr.uk, htuke*. I)e nam for Norwalk. Srhr hiuina. White, South Arnbov for Tatioton. Si i r I> Kahn, Stocking, hll/alwiuport for Muldletown. Srhr 11 I Hilling", HiUirif, I. Irabet h port for Boaton. Srhr K M W'die* Kt-'iry, I'.ilfnoeitipoi t for Portland. Si-br lbs Katie, PhlHlp?, New York for Oyster Kajr. Si hr II h Wrlliiian, McLean, Kll/abeibnorl lor Yarmouth. Srhr Nettle t.'tnhtng, Pre??ey, New York for I'liomaaton. Srhi Henrietta, Linden, Newlnngfnr Hartford. Sriir <; <.ijoi1wln, l.ewl*, New Hrunawlck for Taunton. Si hr Hi-nrv MaT, Barkatt, Philadelphia for ProvMenre. Si-hr Litvliiikh Jttne, Martin, Ktalen Itiiori I'ur New Karen. Si-hr K S IJean, MarombT, Kllr ihetbnort for Taunton. Srhr Storm, bloat, Tienton for New llkven. Srhr \\ in Klre, Preny, Naw York for Rornlund. Srhr.I I. Thomi ?on. , New York for PnrtebertOT. Srhf hllen Hariva. VVtlroi, Port Jobnaon tor Hrtatol. fi hr 1'nba^aet, WlUon, Klliabethport for I'rovulenue. Sehr (! ImwriiDK Mott, New \ork lorOyater Bar. Srhr W M Vuorfcia, Knapp, Haverntrawfor Providence. Srhr .Tilda K Hwan, Knapp, New York for lilcn Corn. Sehr Mlille Frank, l-dworda, Itobokeii for New Havrn. Srhr Staten lal.indrr, llammonil, lloboaen for New IJareo. 9chf M fc WoodbuH, pari*. New V'-rk for <lioucait?r, SHEET. Kchi- Phil Sherl lan. M-irnby, New York for Fall KIVW. Kchr H Hale, Oilman, KlluLbetbport lor Taunton. >*?:hr C Coruclla, t;rowl?n, Poiicfilceouiie for Provldenc#. Srhr O Smith, Orrlf, Kllzabeiliunn tor Portrhester. Scbr Mirgaretta, Wanner, Werhiwken for Oyater Bay. Hi-lir Charier Oak, Poole, Kllzatvtbport for Prondeiire. H?-hr Nt-lllii HlomutMd. Ilnbhie, New York for Hlam ford. S<-hr J Freaoian. Kelly, Port Joliimon lor Thomastuw n. Kchr Mary Fletcher, Sargent, Port Johmon for Newburyport. fichr Irla, firlflln, Port Johnson for New London. (Hebr Georgianua, Lon?. Kllzabelbport for North Salem. Nrbr <1 W Furnell, Prornit, New York for Stamford. Kchr Stirling, Ha.vei, Kllzaliethport for Bridgeport. Kchr Amelia, Terry, Philadelphia for Sat Haibor. Hrhr Mercer, Waaaon, l-lllzahethport for Hrldge.port. Srhr Horune L, K randy, Jeraev City for New Haven. Hchr 8 W Ponder, Lawrence, Port Johnaon lor New Bertford. Srhr P B Lake. Fhrrldan, New York for ?t KltM, NS. Srbr T H Hermour, sturgen, New York for New Bedford. Srhr H 0 Kin;. Marshall, New Tork for CalaU. Sl.inn lnlU A.,.,- U-t M ? ' ? - iicw mm uir ? iiw nny. ufamer AlViaiross, Iiaviii, New York for Ronton. Steamer Klectra, Mult, New Vorklor Providence. WlllTEBTONF, LI, AUJ! 12?11 :45 I'M One brig just towed In here and anol'.ured r>lt Pi tubing flat*; will probably remain over night. BELOW Ship Nimbus, Kelly, from Newport July .i. ?Was spoken Aug ?, lat 41 40, Ion to.) Bark Bertha i NO), Schwart. from Newcastle Jun? 24. (Broken Auk K, lat 41 40, Ion M 10.) Brig Scotland, Willis, from Port au Prince, to A Murray, Jr. Schr Maiden Bower (Br), Wallls. from Palermo June IS, and 50 day* t'rotu Gibraltar. (Spoken Auk 8, lat 41 4(1 lou 64 10.) ' SAILED. Steamship* City of Brussels, and France. Liverpool: Villi de Pari*. Havre; Hermann, Bremen; Ani'lla, Glasgow;Gitv of Houiton, Galveston via Key Weil; Lodonu, Crescent City, and Gen Washington, New Orleans; Catharine Whiting, hu<I Magnolia, Savannah; Jaa Adger, Charleston ; Rllen N Terry, Ncwbern, NC; Wyanoke, and (ieo B Upton, Richmond, 4c; 1\ C Knight, Georgetown, DC; Volunteer, Philadelphia. Wind at sunset, calm. Itlnrlue Dbuters. SutP til.kn ai.i.an (Br). Owens, from Greenock for Montreal, wan ashore 9th lust at CaraDoo Island, Si Lawrence river. The vessel whs not damaged, and woula commence discharging morning of 10th, to get off. Sens Adria, from Shulce, NS, for New York, which wai towed into New Haven mil of water, has been righted. Boh* W O Patthn, Parker, from Baltimore for Boston, with a cargo of coal. Is ashore off Potomac, on Kedcc'N Shoals, lu the middle of the Chesapeake, Smith's Point Bur bearing S by W % W. She has 6 feet of water In her hold.' Steamfug Ilelsny has been sent to her asslrtance, also the Messrs Baker, from Norfolk, with a steam pump. Sour Out an Home.?Cutler. AugH?Yesterday, at 2 PM, during a dense tog, the *chr Ocean Home (Br'i with laths from St John for Boston, went ashore near Little River Head, at this place. The vessel has partially gone to pieces, and the cargo Is being washed off by the sea. Vessel and cargo will be a total loss. SrnR Favorite, from Orand Bank, of and for Plymouth, with 70U quintals codtish, struck 3d inst, In a fog, on the timer Black Ledge, west of Tarboy Point, Cuythorough, NS, and immediately went to pieces. Crew saved. Boriir At;x, July 29?The Annie Ada, Croom, arrived from New York, reports that durlug the voyage Carl Erickscn, AH, a Kin, fell from aloft, struck (lie bulwarks and dropped Into the sea dead. It being uark and foggy at the time there was uo means of recovering the body. Orrknocic, July 2)1?The Medway, Marshall, from Glasgow for New York, which put back here July 27, leakvand with malntopmast split, has been surveyed and ordered into harbor to discharge part of cargo. Prnzanck, July 81?About 400 casks petroleum saved from derelict, aome marked "Standard oil Co, Carbon Oil, New York," and * Cleveland Oliio;" vessels apparently about 300 tons, and verr long time in this stnte, appears elt.'ier colonial or American built, annnnaerf t>, h??-? i,*?n n h,ir> brl.Tantlne; everything gone'to deck; beams and decks* a II loose. yrKF.NSTOWM, July 30?The Frederick 8oa!'?, W at'-k, from Getie for 1'hlladelpliia (.rail iron), has put m here, reported leaky. Wviiuro, July 28~The Merchant (American ship), Taylor, leaky (?), three-lotirthi loaded, wai stranded In Dranz 8oud Roads during the hurricane yesterday. She must discharge, but it is hoped she will be cot off. Snchet Mauran, Sid. of l'rnvldence, RI, owner of the M, received a telegram or. the 6th Inst, slating that she had been got otf and would discharge lor repairs. She was aboui two-thirds loaded wlih deals for a port in England or France wheu she went ashore. M mce llanenus. Punter Barton, of the steamship Ocean Queen, from Asplnwall und Kingston, Ja, will please accept our thauk* tor favors. Stkambhip Metbopolis, about 1.1 no ton* register, built by K Den Hansen, at Newburypori, for Messrs Lunt Brother*, of New York, was to bare been launched from King's Island, on Thursday last. Her dimensions are:-Length,'JOQ i leet; breadth of beau, 35 feet; deph of bold, lti!4 feet. She ( h?s two decks. ller name Is of the best quality of while oak, the floor timbers all crossing the keel, each extending neurly the whole width of the vessel in one piece, and placed as nearly together as Is allowable, and then tilled between with white pine and caulked, making a solid bottom or floor to the ship. She has been built under the particular superintendence of Captain R U F Candage, of Uoston, *he agent of the New York and Boston underwriters, and during construction has had visits from Captains Storey. Darling, Parker and Martin, ol the New York Hoard, an 1 lh< ir wishes and suggestions have been fullv curried out In every particular. Her engines are of the compound tvpe, like those which are now being placed In all the new English steamers, having two cylinders twenty-six Inches in diameter by thirtv Inches stroke of piston, and two of sixteen Inches In dl.tmeter by till ty-lnch stroke. She will have two boilers working independently, either capable of running tbe ship. She will be towed to the Atlantic Works, Kast Boston, to rccelve her boilers and machinery, all of wlncli have been built under the superintendence of Mr. Charles W. Copeland, of New York, consulting euifine er. The ship has been provided with a tine donkey boiler and engines, so arranged as to be used in hoisting the cargo from I nine, ?i?o III warp me snip, must ! sails or 1(1 bent the inlp or putnp Water. Sim ? ill be or very light draft and carry a large carjro, and is eipected tu steam ten knot* p>r nour on a smaller consumption of coal toun any steamer now running on the coat u Bihpi?uii.t?im??Steamer David .1 Burr, now building at Richmond, Va, by the Virginia Steamship and Pr.cket Comuany, is progressing steadily and Is being constructed with the greatest care, so that ahe will be claased A No 1. Ilcr estimated coat is .$lKi,U0ll. At Newburyport, Man., Mr. John Currier la at work on a hip of 1,800 tons, which will be ready for launching to October, and Messrs. Atkinson A Fillmore are building a vessel of about 900 tons, which will be well advanced In November. At Kait l'oiton Messrs Curtis Jt Smith are buliding a xlilp for Augustus Hcmmetiway i Co: Mr Towiis<-oJ a thr.omaated achooner and Mr. Daniel D Kelley a pilot mat. In udditlnn to theie Mr Charles S.iuipsm has a vessel of about HOOtons on the stocks well advanced. She la nearly ceiled, ber lower deck laid and her bottom planked. LiACNriiKn?Schr William Farren, owned by and built for Captain William Karren anu Henry K Llnaley, wai to he launched from the yard of Baldwin A Payne, New Haven, ISith Inst. Whalemen. Fchr Tnloc, Fisher, arrived at New Bedford 11th inst from Atlantic Ocean, with 40 bbla ap and 150 do wh oil. Sent home lu'i bbla ap oil. Report! spoke July 20. bark Surah Foster, MM, 40 ap; achr Agate, Atkina, Vrovincetown,27f> hphk. A despatch from Aaplnwall, dated &th Inst, aava immense shnala of whales had appeared m the Ray of I'anama, and iu;my were killed. Spoken Aug 7. off Mnntauk, a achr, supposed the Oolden West, of and from New London for South Atlantic Ocean. Mpoken. Shtp Cleopatra (Anal, from Liverpool for Baltimore, r>4 days out, Aug 10, lat 41 ?0, Ion 68 lb [by pilot boat \V 11 As pinwall. so 111, Sbip Heleue tNU), from Bremen for Baltimore, Aug A. lat 41 10, Ion ?*> 20. Hark Agate, Brown, from Newcastle, NSW, for San Francisco, .liily 2, about auo miles W of Sydney, NSW. Burk Mary Lowerison, from Liverpool for I'hlladelpbla, A tig 7, lat 41 30, lon#4ia. Krlg Allarata. from Philadelphia for Boston, Aug 9, oil bnrnrg.il (by pilot boat Mary 1 Catharine, No 4). Brig Nellie (jay, ScandeSlla, 12 days front Providence for B.-iv of Cumnim, all wed, July 3, oft the Cuban co.i?t. Sebr C W Clark, from O.naivei for Boston. July "0. In Crooked Island I'aksage. Fwrciun Port.-*. ARDRosban, July 26?Sailed, Henry Prlhatu, Tlckery, Boston. An rwERP, July 80?-Arrived, Maria Lawson, ItuM, Philadelphia. Halted 2i?tb. Charles. Lechere, New York. Amatkrha.m. Julv 2.'?Arrived Cordelia. King. Mobile. t-atl- d 27th, Tepidna. D'Ancona, Huston. Ai>* v, Juiv 12 Arrived. Harry Warren, Adie, Cardiff; Uro H Wnrren. Vincent, Liverpool. Aarinw tt.L, Julv lh?Arrived, bark St.ig (llrt, Bison. New York; 22d, achr hlectrlc Spark, Smith. San lllas (and sailed 27th noaatwlse); Xid, bark Fearless (Bri, Uroswlck, New York. Sal ed 18th, schr Annie Burr, Wheeler, Mobile; 27tb, bark K M Hnveu. Ruse, I'enaacola. ARrciiio. PR, July 81?Sailed, brig Little Fury (Br), Wyman. New York. AtjriN, Aug 1-In port brigs Harden Reach, and Alice, "or New York fith. HstHioi. (Pill), July 31--Arriveil, Abraham Lincoln, Itlenfaute. New Y'ork ; Aug 1, Helen Drtimmond, Tregarten, do. Brixmam, Julv 2H OtT Torbay, ahlp Loch Karn, from London for New York; landed pilot and proceeded. Bf.i.vakt, July |A -Arrived, Camel ford, New York. Riionw ri.cn*VF..N, July !W?Sailed, Annie M'Cann, Cann, New York. HKlMKKHtTta. Julv 27?Arrived, I'licm ( >, Merer, New York; Oessner. Chriitoffers,do: Iris, Rinleuoeig, Haltitnore; astli, K Re? k, Dultjen. Philadelphia. B<>r.iic.\rx, July 2V Arrived, Annie Ada, Croom, New Twt RaRi rt.oKA. July 28 -Arrlred, Bella Juara, Lublrat, .New Orleans. . ? , Biluoa, Jul? 28 -Arrived, Susanna, New York. H\RA< oA, Aug 2 In port, schr Ar.elda A Laura, Mclndoe, frnm Vnrlr ui?t Ri<;, Aug 8 Arrived, abipfitaflordiblre (Br), Hatfield, New York. Jniy 2v?Arrived, Samuel Watt*, Hyier, Liverpool, Allca M Muioit, Lowell, Antwerp (and rnt out lor New York); Charlotte, <>me?, Havre mini out hut lor Norfolk); I'unlfl Draper, Olarkn, do, bailed 4-th, Kreden, Ni?l?en, New Vork, (ialitbra. MeuIbtieu, no; iiHlb. Jena Laram, I'elteraen, do; Amrrlmn K?fle. Harding, Martinique, M K Urav, Plilabury, Annapolls, Ootkniiaobn, July 3ft--Paaaed by, Handera. Valentin, frum New Ynrn. 0 RON rain, July 25-Arrlved, Ben-al, Catlaaon. New Tort. Cai>I7. -Tilly 27?Ar rived, Rrother*. Long, Bnaton, ran utia, Jnne -Arrived. Calcutta, Ro.e i ta in. Boa to.i; Uarden Koncb, (llltnore, Bombay. Cleared June 88. Inlleilhie, Lyall, B"aton; 2<Hh, .John O. < taunt, (Ireig, New York; CakuUa, .Uurrlion, <to, ;ililh, Pi-Hrl of India, .lohnaton, do. Chatham, NH. July ?; Arrived, hark Volunteer 'Br), Pectt, Portamoutb, NH : Aug 2, ?hlp Maaaiiehusi tt?, Leiat-k, Hi.Hon ; liarka Holland (Swe), I'aitnraon, do : Ma^ie L CarTill (Br , llnaaett, New Vork. ih'ai., July 111 Arrived, Tan.lore, Cohha, London for Cardiff (and anchored); Aug I, II L Routh, Martin. New Yoik for London. In the Iiowrn 'lOtb, Klora, Roatrup, from New York for Koni(,?jerg, H M Miit rn, July SO?Arrived, II attie M, Parker, New York. Or.ororpnm, July 31 Arrived. Franclieo, Mataratzo, New York Halo Alto, Berry, do.; II rage, Jorgenaen, do. Hailed Slat, Joahtia Klnr. Smith. New Vork. dtlF f.nook, July 29 Edited, Lilly M. for Boaton (alnce reported foundered llti.L, Julv ai - Arrived. Ivnohoa, Pearoe, New Y,ork. II Kl.vokr, July HO Arrived, Meteor.Bronlnnil. New \ork. Hailed J*th, J I. Wiekwlre, Murray, Philadelphia. C i-nreo liUlli, WmH Burrougha, Lowden, England. Hami.tko. July 37?Arrlvad, Aelllea, Ma>er, Baker a lalnnd; lielene, Samnolaon. New York ; Marcla l.reeuloal, Poole, Philadelphia: IfMli, Hylvanua JUancbard, Moody, i at lao ; ifltli, Tboa Lord, Lny, do. Hailed Irom Cmhaven 2Mb. Reynard, Arbeoan, New York ; Freeman Dentil*. Fletcher, England. llavRK, Jii y Arrived, Uen ltutier. Cbaae, New Orleani; 2Pth, Victoire, Alaterre, do. . Vailed 27ib, Krectnan Ciark, Boewortti, < ardlfT end t luted Ftatea; JSnli, Joun Tin ker, Taylor, Newport and do. KimiHTON, Ja. July 9_Arrived, nig* wwrl. New *ork and *?lled ill at to return via Old H?rr>ort ; 17th, llare, Hooper, Fenaaro!*; Itsib, hameaee, Weat, New \ ork , arhr .1 M Mor.ilea. Newm.n. Wilmington, N < : .11 at, atenmer K II Wuliater, summere, Baltimore, and cleart-d Augun 2 lor Colon. I July an, brig Hat*, Rew York via Mnrul LiVrmpooL, July Arrived, N Th.Tfr, Keaier. New OrTean* <not aa before); Mlnt??8 . ('hlia-lelpbla; SO.b, Aaiana., Belk'rk. Newl gtorm King, Pemiacola; Sea, Kullerton, New Yorl :lMAtrV. Han Fran elf"; Aug 13i Cuba (a), Mi-odle. New YvL Hailed 2#tb Ltb?I. Olaen, Ba'tln:ofe%ul(1 ?f Orle*o*, llointon. rMla.r. lphla; Slat, Darlu CroclL Unrt-ru, New York; llerom, Lovell. do; Ja? Foater, Jr, Cuningliani, do; Auk ?'amco, fluliord, ami Aglncourt, WV,ttn,hont Ne* Orleann. cleared 2Ptb. Emanuel, Simnnton, Ran Franco; gift, A vmcourt, Williamaon, und F'orence CUlpman, New Oneana. Entout 2Sth, China (i), Macaulay, for New Torki^rown Priui-e, Moran, I'bilade'phla; Rtral. l>oane, Klo Janeirt Lon nos, Julv Arrived, Sunbeam, Holmes, New Yu-fc Mhjbk' Reynolds, Smith, Philadelphia; 31 ?t, Al>erde<?> Uuiud, New York; Hover, Nairn. Wilmington: Bucoe?H 'bate, Nr? Orleani; Auk 1, 0 tJnnntll, Spencer, New York; lutim<-e, IJi'tMol, Charleston. Oared j?!b. Concordia < ), Knowlea. New York;31?t. Plymouth Kuek, William*, do (and aailed from <inive?eu-? Clrt). Krt ont CUb, Carloti, Backer, from Philadelphia. Salit'd froin 4>ruve?HDJ H?lth, Ghalarovf., for New York, 8M, Albintlr. Jatnoxnu, Philadelphia (and from IV?1 Aug U Liuehu k, July 29?Arrived, Fjelleatadt, UorueM, New York. Likeux, July 24? Arrived, Marlanna II, Bilva, Philadel- i phll. c? ; - ! 1,1 vmpnoi., NS. July 18?Arrived, brig Anuie Vail vllri, Laldlaw. New York. Minm.Cf noKouGH, Jil!v SI?Sailed, Jamea Ii Brett, Nickers on, Now York. Newronx (Mou). July 28?Sailed, Aladdin, Bremen. New York. Cleared Slst, Hngln. O'sen, New York. Plymouth. July :>l-Satled, Aeylr, Witness, New Vork ; Da Capo, Ra'inupien, Poragrand. Oil tDH Rodham 8Aiu, J Montgomery, Perkins, front Pht!a delphla for Antwerp. Pai.kkmo, July ii Arrived, Daclsn (?), Laird, Messina (and left for New York). . . . _ . ... Ptrnamuuco, July 7?Arriyed, brie Levant (Br), r.lllott, Baltimore. _ , Qeeknstown, JuJtW? Arrived, Paoilna, >errauln, New Yurk; Kredf-rlek Snail*. Waaok, Ciefle for Philadelphia ; 31*1. Walkyrlan, Lliidnuist, f liiladelplila and saiU'd 'a> (Yunstudtl; Adelheltn. Julian ten, New York; Aug I, Jazne* A Richard Walsh, Herbert, do. Arrived at do Aug 11, MeauiHhipi Cuba, Moo lie. New York for Liverpool; Malta. McDowell, Boston for do (and liotU proceeded;. SittKi.DP July HI?Sailed, C 8 Baylls, Steele, New Yorfc (lm* i'een reported nailed r8th for Providence). Stockholm, July 'ij?Arrive I, Achates Olson, New York. Six; AtT?*F. June 24?Arrived, Carl, Past, New York. Suilfd June 20, Ferdinand, Meyer, New Vork;lUd, Agnes, Ttadale, Boston. Savanii.i.a, July 11? Palled, achr C li Kelly, Collins, New York; 18th, Drlg W MoKeau iBr), Aewe:l,do. Si'Johns, NK, July 20 Arrived, brim Dominion (Br\ Whit*. Now York; 2fit"h, AHavela (Br), McUellan, do;28t!i, Union T (Br?, Tufti, do. St John, NB, Aug 10- Arrlrcd, bark Enterprise (Br), Ha. Intyre. New Yor*. Cleared 10th, achr Saarbruck, Clark, New York. Tkxkl, July 29- Arrived, llcsea Rich, Pomeroy. Batavla. Americnn Port*. Al'PONAHO, Aug 10?Arrived, achr A G Ireland, Town, seuit, Philadelphia. BOSTON, Aug 11?Arrived, echrs Nellls C Paine, I loan e, Oeonietown, DO; Weit Denuls, Crowell, Phllade'phlm; Hag uie Vanduseii, Bartlett, ao; J D McCarthy. Tain, Jo; Me'ntiu M Kilowlet;, Knowlei, do; J Caldwell, Towusend. do; Alice B, Alley, do. Cleared- Schrs E K Cordtry, Smith, Philadelphia; H V FUher (Llbcrlan), nilion, Hayti; Lamolne, King, Darlen ' Murple D Marston, Jaiueion. Philadelphia. 12th -Arrived, steamer Hatteras, from Ne.w York; barra Pacific, from Beyrout; Cora Linn (Br), Chan', Mautla; Arizona, Conant, Gottenburg; brigs Kaujjli a Baling!) iBr), from St.lago; si-lire C C ('lark, from Gonalves; Helen M Sim rnouH. Dyer, Port au Piatt; Augustine bt Marie, from Koaarlo. Also arrived, bark D H Bills. Alexandria; brigs Orlnn*. Tape Ilaytieu; M K Thompson. Baltimore; schra CC Bearse, Kernaudina; (lame Cock, Jacmel. BAI.TIMORE, Aug 11?Arrived, steamship Llbertv, Reed New (Means, via llavana and Key We it; burk St Lawrence (Br), s.ecil, Demernra; ibng Cleta(Br), Crowell, Areclbo, )'K. iiejow, brig tjeoigo tinnier, Wilson, from Arcctbu, PR. ?'leared~Schr* Abble Pitman, Lombard, Boston; AJ K? ben*. Braes, do; Breeze. Cranrner. Now York: ('harlot Wool*ey, Parker, New Haven; Charlie Cobb, Kennedy, Hue ton. lllth, I'M-Sailed, *chr France* (Br), St Domingo. PANUOR, Aug 10?Arrived, bnrk Daniel Draper, Bottnne. VioMiiU. to toad (or Palermo; sclirs Julia, Perry, New York Laura Jon**, 4'minimi, Philadelphia; Atlantic, kiiowlton, l'ort John*on : He rge ft Alh.-rt, Woodbury, Elizabeth port. BKIDUEPORT. Auc 12?Arrived, iteamer Sleepy Hollow. New York; schrs II W Wellington, Thompson, liangor; S S Smith, Snow, Witreham ; Manilla. Warden, Elirabethport, Neptune, Starr, and A M Acker, dale, do; Harriet A Sarah Ball, I'ort Johnnon; Joaepb, Skldmore, do; Ann IS Va'en tine. Burlex, Georgetown. DO; An?on Rrowq. Mills, Balti more; *loop* Ob*rrver, Darin, Port Jefl'erfon; Garret J Deniarent, Sackett. Oy*ter Bay ; Proof Ola**, Klizabethport. Hailed?Schra Eliza, Ball, Ellzabethport; Village Oiteen. Conklln. Philadelphia ; Jacob Loriiiaru, Blakealey. New York DARIEN, Ga, All? 7 Arrived, bark* Ann Wll'lsun (Br), Skinner, Rio Janeiro; tlo'den Wave (Br), Klnelly, W1 lmlng ton, NO. Sailed 5th. bark Miranda (Br), Morgan, Liverpool. In port 7th, *hip* Kelvin (Br), Hammond, for Antwerp \dg; Retriever (Bri, Crelgh, for Newcastle on Tyne; barka MonratBn, Hattieid; Annie William* (Br>. Skinner; Oolden Wave (Bri. Kindly, and John S Ilarrtt (Br), Durie, for the I'nlted Kingdom, Idg; Uraea (Br, Irvln?, for Biddeford, Ioad"d : Viscount Oannlm; (Br), Hofaeth, for Plymouth, K. do; Emma Parker Br , Stanley, for River Plate, ldc; Mary McKe*. McTobb, for Niw York, do; scbra Fanny K Shaw Watt*, for do do; Frauk A Nelly, Uregory, fur Philadelphia, do. EAST OREENWICII, A\i? 10 Arrived, *chr Index, Oarri. on. Philadelphia. FORTRESS MONROE, An* 12 ?Passed In for Baltimore, brig* Romance, troin Nuva*na; Prairie Rone, an l achr North America. Paxied out?St?am?hlp Boilver, for Liverpool: bark* Tall* man, for Rio Janeiro; John Fletcher, lor Havre; brim Kat'et, for South America; Hedwlg, for Baltic; II Houston fnr \Ve*t Indie*. KAI.L RIVER. Aug 10?Arrived, *chr Starlight, Robinmn, Pernaadina. MYSTIC. Conn, Aug 11?Arrived, ?ehr Ogeechee, Reynolds New York. NORFOLK, Aug 1(1?Arrived, *chr Mary L Comptou, Roger*. >iew York. NEWBURYPORT. Aug 10-Sailed, ?chr Lodowick Bill, Hodgdon, New >ork. NEW BEDFORD, Aus 8?Arrived, *cbr? Thoma* Potter. Ilan-ly, Eltzabetbport, Benjamin English, Baker, do;10th Fatrwlnd, Bowman, New York. Iltli?Sailed, oehr* Lamarttne, Rutler, Phlladelnbia: W D Mauiram. '"h??e, New York; Senator, Nye, do; WlllUm Utiil. .in NORWICH, Aus 10?Arrived, ?chr? A L Butler, from Alajandrln: .Tosetbine. Port Johnson. SadeJ?Si-tirt Jane Maria and Favorite, for New York. NKW LONDON, Aug 10?Arrived, achr James English, B*rl>?r. New Bedford for New York. Sailed Sclir? Snecets. Kicharra, from New Be Iford foj New York; Sarah W Blake, Blake. DlgMon for do; Bella Per a, Averr. and R P King, Bllven, Providence for do. NKWPOfcT, Aug 10, PM?Airlvrd, schrs Garland, l.lnd sey, NewYork: W H Dewitt, Parker, Sandwich for New Y"rk; Elizabeth B, Hogiin, Warren for do. Sailed?Schrs Onward, Wheeler, Providence for Haver straw; Vary Natt, Barker; Chancellor, Keranson, and Lou iaa, llamlvn. do for New York, Mary H Mltllin, Brlijes, Brl* tol for do: Esquimaux, Brings, Dlghton foi Pourhkeepsle; Margaret Jane, Kennedy, Providence frr Haversiraw; Jo seph E Potts, Davis, for New York; Amelia, Kllms. do (o? Rockland); Lady Adams, Sullivan, Fall River for New York ; Susan k Mary, Kenvon, Warebam for do; Artist, Parker. Pocasset, for do, Sarah A Hammond, Hsinis, Dljjliton, for do: Lizzie, Edwards, New York for Deunl*; sloop Ann B Holme*. Jackson, New Vork for Cohanet Narrow*. llth, 7 AM-Arrived, *chrs Luther HdHM. RMtim Chatham for New York; Ocean Wave, Bryant. Philadelphia. NEW HAVEN, Auk 11 ?Arrived, icUr W W Bralnard, Eliza hethporl. Cleared?Schrs Burdet; TTart, Croshv Ellzabe'hport; V Barkal?w. llolmei, NewYork; Reading Railroad No 43, Baldwin Philadelphia; Mary Montana, NewYork; Edward Llnesley, Hall, Elizabcthi ort; barge Harriet K Winnie, Karral, A1 banr. PEWSACOLA, Ang 8?Arrived, (hip Chlmbora/o (Br>, Cole, Rio Janeiro. PHILADELPHIA, Aug II-Arrived, ateamsh'n Savon, Bujc*, Boaton; bark Mario 8pl, Felipe*, Matanzas. brli' Redwood. Gardner, Cardenaa; schrs Marv E Amsden. Lavender, Boaton ; Maria A Loulaa. Know. Gloucester: X L Atamr, Nlckeraon, Boaton ; K B Polllli a. Gardener, do ; A Bartlett, Kartlett,do; B M Brookings, Douglass, do; WN t leaner, Epbert, Provide nce; ( Lai Lawrence, Adams, New Vork; F Kirkham. Hewes, do. Cleared -Bark a Marl anna I (Port), Rantoa, Llehon; Est* fette (NO). Lanekenau, fit Marv*. Ga; brigs Cutmhorazo t loom us. Cae'sea; C II Kennedy, Dodge, Suem; ac'ira W N C.eener, Egbert, Lynn; H E Sampson, Blake, Portland : John Shay, Tiltmi, Providence; Mary E Ke nerick. Smith, Boston . H ft Howes. Howee, Providence; W H Thorndlke, Halt. Rockland. Lkwkr, Del. Anjll, AM Brie Walter Holme* and steamer America remain. All othera nave rune to aea. Arrived, steamer Havana, from New York. i :Jn PM - Vessels of thla AM unchanged. A few schooners beating out to-dav. A bark it c >miiiR in the rapes. Low tog bank of shore. Wind ESK. Thermonreter, M. 12th -Passed up, m large steamer supposed to b? the Rita. fr <m Havana to load for Liverpool at Philadelphia, where her <ar;;o is ready. PORTLAND, Aug 10?Arrived, brig Frontier, Morgan, NewYork ; sclir Carrie Melvln, Linnekin. Jacksonville. PLYMOUTH, Aug 4-Arrived, schrs Memento, Nlckerson, Elirabethport; Ooddesa, Phtiadelpbia; fcth, Mary Johnson, Flonev, Klizabethport. PROVIDENCE, Auj H?Arrived, achrs White Foam, Milliken, Baltimore; Nat Holmea. Northrnp, Philadelphia; dale. Khrop?htre, and Suray, Martin. Trenton; I'nvid A Berrv. Waters, and Lvnthia June, Gardner. Klizabethport. Hulled-Schrs Fllght, Crowell, Philadelphia; Amot Fallcen burn, I homes Hli, Hall; F K Randolph, Hteelman; Gen Howard, Jonnion; Clara H Cowart, Covington; Albert Pharo, Hint-hum; Helen Mar, Ward, and Tunl* Bodtue, Brown, New York; I **ac Mierwood, Baker, liamralntw. RICHMOND, Aug 10- Sailed, ?chr Traveller, Hedge*, New York. Kl.'CKLAND, Aug H?Arrived, icbrc Planet, Pratt; Com mere*. Torrer; America. Iii;raham, and .Inno, Woodman, N?w York ; ldlli, Kauai, 11tun, and Chase, Ingraham, New York. <*ih?Sailed, *ehr R Hullwink'e, Chate, Now Yotk. S4N 1 KAN CISCO, Aug II Called, ship Qulekatep, Hon* Kong. ljih?Arrived, *blp Black Hawk, Crowell, New York ; bark Turrapaca. Dimity, Boideani. Hailed Sliip Doune <'a*tie (Rr), Krtk'ne. Queon*tnwn. Hailed 41 li, bark Charlotte iNU*. Stuenirafe. Hoi.* Rons. SAVANNAH, Any P?Cleared. *chr* Roc.bantrei*, Phllilpa. Newbiirf. NY: Bowdoln. Young. I'rovl lence. l^th - \rrlved, ?t< am?hlii Cleopatra, Phillip*. New York. Cleared?Steamship* Montgomery# Fairclotli, and Hoi, Salrador, Nlckeraon, Net* York. _ _ sAril.LA. Ua. Aui 6 -Clt arud, bark Cam, Blanchard, Montevideo. _ . - - . , , HT MAKYS, Cia. Aug 4 -Cleared, orlg Samuel WeUh. Rohln*nn, Philadelphia. ? ,, SALliM, Aug 10-Sailed, aobr M A McOaban, Call, Pnlla '"v'lNKYARD HAVEN. Aug II. PM-Arrived, brl^a I nlon Star iBri. Merrlam, Windsor lor New^ork: Sarah Peter*. Mart Boston for Alexandria; acbra Brother*' PrlJefBri, Morton Cleiirneco* lor Jlo?ton ; I* B Sarcent. Sargent, Buck* IIarDor'for New York; R K Pecker, Ame?biiry, andJossph O Stover, Arey. Bangor lor do, Rio, Donovan, Machine toi .1,1- ah Kenney, Bath for do; Anhle Morton, Whltloo, Plymouth lor do; Helen M Waite, (iott and Terrapin, Wooater, Calal* for do. JWand Mailooh, Norwood, do for Philadelphia : .1 O Hsbcoek. Smith Ho*ton for do; Mabel K Staple*, Ball. Portland I'm no- Adeline. Knowlton. Pembroke for New York ; Richard Kuilwlnkle, Vrench, Rockland for Richmond. Sailed?Sclir* O \V Dexter, KlUabctU M Smith, Alice S, Fannin llonmer, .1 (? Hancock. Terripln. l'ith AM Arrived, *chr* .I M Kiecman. hldredRe, Harwich for New York, Portland (Bri, Nelson, Windior In,- do. Nor-i, Wallace, Calal* for do; Montesnma, Bolder, do for Newark; A Sawyer, do for I'awtucket. .1 K Carver, Norwood. do for Philadelphia Hume Present (Br, <)la*?. New River. NB, for New York Marco* Hunter, ?>rr, Gardiner for Philadelphia, Nortberb I,ii;hl. Ireland, and Ann I. Blown, Crowt ll, Boston for do Prance* I' d wards, West, do Tor New Y*>rk: Khen M I'ennell. Acklev, Salem Tor Philadelphia; Vesta, Gulliver, Bangor lor Chilmark and Newport. taMBLUNBOm. ?Amolute biruioca legally oktauttrd in ? different SiKt. a, desert-on, Ac., *un.c ent omiae; uo publicity, uo charge until divorce obtained; udvlcn free. M. IIOI SE, Attorney, ly() Broadway. /tnRNs CDBRD rOBMO. EACH bunions, naW-RJoint*. ,4o. cured without pain. Annlhllator cure* Corns, Ituulnn*. Nal'*, Ac. 60c., at druggists'. Dr. RICK, 2IIS Bioadway, corner i'ulton street. KADICM. > I'KK, WITHOUT KJIIPE, OA0BT1O OR > detention from business, for Sirlmure, Ktaiula, Pllia, Diseases of the Pelvic Viscera, Discuses and Dei'ormdia* ol the I'T", Nose, IVe and Person, Jll.M'V A. U.t.MKUi, M D., 1M Loiuiitou a-eulf.