New York Daily-Times (Newspaper) - September 13, 1855, New York, New York FROM WASHINGTON. NaTal Hefonn Blll-The ike Jadgee-Calllerala Afl-irat OX, Mond.T, Sept 10, ISM. The to-day the ?eform bill, as it li called, wbieh profiles for the retirement from active .orv.CL of "ctlon of officers, and other, in J wppoMthta Hit will be forwarded hy telegraph Tbe trouble in regirJ to the Territorial Court of Kansas Joes not dunlnleb. The position of the Presi- dent 10 to these so-called legislative tribunals .s clearly unreliable Ho hai of right no control over the leaare of Judjes but the practice sustained by thi decisions the Supreme Court and the action of the Senate hw been way. The President has no mart power by the terms of ihe Constitution to dls- nlHfl a Judge of a Territorial Court than to remove the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. The Courts ef the District of Colombia belong to the itnvo of tDfta-eonsiltnltonal or merely legislative fourti ti those of the that Is, they are not named in tne Constitution, although it mast be admit- ted thai they wiihla tbe designation oC lafe- nor eomrU. The same question of power In Ibe ident to remove at pleasure the District hat railed, as that now agitated concerning tbe terri- torial But hitherto thle. question been evaded, although the ultra of Executive power have strenuously eontsnded for the prerogative in the former aa they now dn In the latter case. This subject is the more Interacting now, from the existing on the bench of the Clrcnlt Court District, by the demise of Judge CHANCII. It IB oropoaed to promote Judge CRAwronn, the Criminal Court, to the vacant Justlteahlp, and to Oil the place now occupied by him by the appointment of MOHIOOMBI.Y BLAH, now Solicitor of the Court of Claims. The sudden reappearance of RICRAKDROV of Illlnola ae dry nvrse of the Nesraska Iniquity, snd of Dr. OLDS O( Ohio, wko officiated aa Its accoucheur, through bis po- sition of OhaJrman of the Committee of the Whole, naturally excited comment. The outrage with which they e teas' identified baa been developed In a man 0-3 r to iven such veterans In political excnses as tneac nlves. But It Is past remedy or amendment, and their visit to the seat of Government can hardly be rooneeted with that monstroas transaction. It la sug- howevir, that they have been Invited here to manage the accessary electioneering for the Northwest, which to be arranged at Washington, in order to farther the nomination of General PIERCE by the Cincinnati Convention Colonel RICHARDSON is ths Acfiatct of Senator DOCOLAS, bat this relation- ship by no meacR precluded his acceptance of a special agency for Gen ernl PIKICB Tbe Illinois Senator has deferred his claims upon Ibe White House until 1860, wisely judging, perhaps, that even ths best and most popular candidate wtiora the Democracy csn present will be floored In 1636. In rtus view of ib- case a general declination of ths magnates of the party in favor of the present efthe Executive seems to be the policy likely to be panned IB the improbable contingency of PURGE'S the labors of Colonel RICIIAHDJOM, and those Mr. DOCOLAS' other friends, would no doubt be highly rewarded, and It ii suggested that the War De- partment la held open to Col. R.'a acceptance. As to Dr. OLDS, I hardly know what preferment to suggest for him. As Chief Engineer of the Collins line he wonld do good service, for without his aid the si era. pay to that Institution could never have been ear- ned. But there IB no public compensation attached to that post. His aspirations probably do not reach to the chieftainship of a department, else hejmight be put In nomination for the General Puat office. He his had some experience in the subordinate service of that branch of the government, having been employed at the rate of 96 per dmy In ferreting out depredators upon the mail bags, and rogues In gineral, while enjoying the tttum it dignitatem of a seat In Congress with Its 46 per day. Hoping "1 don't in these few remarks upon two conspicuous political will for the present take my leave of then with the en- quiry of, penonal tnoUvea asldo, what do they DOW think of squatter sovereignty Notwithstanding toe statements of Ma. HAMMOND'! I learti upon good authority that the cause of his diimiual was act a refusal to pay money as order- id by the Secretary of the Treasury, but another and a more serious allegation. It is said, also, that there Is little doubt that Mr LATH m will accept, notwithstand- ing his large Income from bis legal practice. There Is ao friendship between Senator Gwm anil the lately diarnlsaed Collector, and he is said to have recommend and urged bts removal. The quarrel between them Is a recent affair Mr LATHAM waa a candidate in the Democratic Convention agitast BIOIER for Governor, and came within seven votes of beating him. Tha Democratic opposition to HIGLER in chiefly founded on Know-NofUag Issues, but it must not from that be In- ferred that Mr. LATHAM or the Administration fona vrr to a decaying faction. This attempt to buy out lha Vmtrican Organ, the Know-Nolblng press published here for some ten or l w live months past, has failed. Tho rupture of It) a nego- tiations is said to have occurred on the point of what candidate for the Presidency should be niipponed by ths paper under its new proprietors. It was nndurstood that one of the partita insisted upon hoisting the llag of Live Iloax e, and nailing It to the mast of the Organ, there to remain while a stick stood, or a plank of the party floated. The more discreet of thoie cenud In the undertaking did not oppose this arrange- ment from any hostility to a live or a dead boat, but suggested that the dose would be too strong for the party. Coming immediately after (be Philadelphia Convention, Live Hoax would be to the party (Ike swallowing prussic acid by way of remedying the ef- fects of an over- dose of calomel. Under these circum- stances, no present chanfe is expected in the editorship and proprietorship of ths party AQUIDAY. Bsefey Show hi Rivalry of Colored BAIHUM'S Baby Show in Boston took place on Tuesday. The papers generally pake fan at It, but the re IB oa of this is plain enough when it is remem- bered that Master SCOTT, the .Yew- York prize baby, on the ground, and completely eclipses all the achieve- ments of Yankeedoin In this line. The Courier la especially savage. It malignantly that Mai- ter SCOTT looks like a butcher's and de- with an outburst ef wrath, that BAFI.VUH knows that the babies are not a fair specimen of the babifs of tha country that an organ- grinder at the kead of any alley in tiaiton can bring forth the equal, in every point, of the NJTW- York aud Uiat he has not in bin whole collection a htartlcr li protents, furthermore, lhal the mothers, with four- tttn eTceptlons, are itw homelieot congregation of tha sex ever aisemblud within a hall in New-England.'- The Courier adds The prize of oue hnndred dollars was awanlc.l to XiLLAii MABIHA TBACEY, two and a. half years old, a vtry pretty child, with handsome hair and elegant colored nurse. The Committee were two of I hem voting the prize to a Charlestowa infant, wtiile three set their hearts upon ZII.LAH but why they did let every mother of the duped three hundred ask. let! that she had done something, and her proud father, who IB really a very handsome man, blushed modi-sty, when be sat prompting lUartuv and Col orator on the plaifarm. Tbe strangest looking people ever seen together are met at this exposition not) it may be said, figuratively if not truly, that baby shows make strange bedfellows. Here Is a tall fellow, with a moat laughable quirk In his nose, with I short wile leaning heavily on his hfi nil wonder abe grinning, and handsome only to re- pora there Is the brilliant essayist, trying to be alone there goes- bat It won't do to name aim. Tbe giantess walkwi the hall and her gait Is terrific a three-legged would bo more graceful. The fat maiden runs against a nervous and "Col. WOOD" directs a nan with the very curious hair to play tha piano. Eve- rything la disjointed tbe show In a thrmo for a farce wjlb two roguea la and wearied with the waul of refinement, tired of the bowlings of restive babes, whose little eyes are ready to rump from sockets from the effectn of the glaring the vmitor retires more In lorrow than ID ajiger Presently Mr. BABNUW announces MM FOWLER of who undertakes to doncant upon ttie rirnellts to be derived from such expositions hut her TOIM Is drowned In ine concerted waHhigs o.f the un- happy Infants, and she retires to another hall, t rowj folio but moo return to the real baby stow to hear- real baby talk. Tho piano goes again, so too the bif s, and such a alms as there Is never was seeu before. Here you have a baby's face, coyly buried beneath trio loldn ef us inotbor's cape, its body swelling with tiltby emotion another ehlta's head is covered with a bnndanna handkerchief, as It reposes happily on iis mother's bosom. This In nature, slightly THE COLORED BABT IUOW. The Baleinaa show of colored babies is quite as de- rent as that of us iival In the Music Hall the Battle Traktlr FlKFORESKBASTor-oL, Aug. 18, 18S5. MY LORD In my dispatch of Hie 14th instant I Informed your Lordship that I had reason to believe that the Russians would attempt, by a vigorous at- tack, to force us to raise too slego. This they endeavored to do an the morning of the 16th, but the result was mast glorious to those of tbe allied troops who had the good fortune to be engaged. Tho action commenced ueforo daylight, by a heavy column of Russians, under tho command of General LirBAMDi, and composed of the Oth and 17th Divisions, with the 4th and 7tn Divisions In reserve, attacking the advance posts of the Sardinians. The ground occupied by thorn is on commanding hills on the right of the position, on tho left bank of Ibe Baubaio river, wtere it formn KB junction with the Teheroaya, with two advanced posta on the opposite side. These were held with very determined gallantry for a considerable Mme, but being separated from their supports by the river, and not having tbe protection of artillery, liiey wore compelled to leave the most ad- vanced uno. About tbe same time the 5th and 12th divisions, to which was added a portion of the 17th, advanoed against the bridge of Traktir, hdd by one battalion of French infantry of the line, who were Cor a short time obliged to yield and fait buck upon the main supports with these, however, they quickly retook the bridge at the point of the baynnot. Again the Russians attacked with persevering cour- age, and were enabled to follow up thoir advantage by gaining she heights which rise precipitously on each side of Ifae road their success was but momentary they were driven bach across the river, leaving the ground covered with dead and wounded. Tte Russian General, in no way daunted by the fail- ure of his two altomptn, ordered a second column, of equal force to the flrst, to attack they advanced wltb such impetuosity, covered by the fire of their numerous artillery, that a third time the bridge waa carried, and the heights above it -were crowned, but they were again repulsed, and retired In great confusion into the plain, followed by the bayonets of our gallant Allies. The general officer who commanded the Russian column, and who IB supposed to bo General READ, wua killed, and In tils possession was found the orders for the battle, signed by Prince GORSTSCIIAKOFF, who com- manded in person. Prom these kt would appear that it -was a most deter- mined attempt to force us to raise tho siege. Had they succeeded, Dalahlava was to have been attacked hy one portion of tho army, while the heights on whlcb we now arc were to havo boen stormed with the other at the same lime a vigorous sortie was to have made from the town on the Pfench works, on our ex- treme left, from the quarantine, and another on the works on oar extreme right on Mount Sspoune. Tbe action which I have endeavored te describe is moat glorious to tbe arms or tbe French and the Sardi- nian troops. To meet the force of the Russians the former had but infantry, and four batteries of ar- tillery engngrd the latter bnd men In position, actually engaged, and 24 pieces of cannon. The Russian force consisted of from to men, wilb. 180 pieces of artillery, and cavalry to the amount of This disparity of numbers will readily explain to your lordship the difficulty, that would havo been ex- perienced had an attempt been made to follow up the advantage by a pursuit. Tha Russian retreat, mart- over. was protected by the fire from Uie heavy in position on the Mackenzie heights. The loss sustained by the Russians: is estimated at between and men. Including 600 prisoners, wbUe on the part of the Allies it does not amount to more than men. This brilliant affair has cnnaad the greatest delight among the ranks of lha Allied army and while It odds flesh lustre to the gallant achievements of the French arnur it la with stie utmost pleasure that I hare to record the Intrepid conduct and gallant bearing of the Sardinian troops, under Geniraln'ELLA MABMOBA.who have lor the flrst limo met, conquered, and shed their Mood against our common enemy who is now disturb- ing the peace of Europe. Captain MOWDRAT'B buttery of 33-pounder howitzers) was placed tn advance with the Sardinian tronpn, and did most excellent service in preventing the advance of the enemy's artillery. Our cavalry, under Lieutenant-General SinJ. SCAB- LETT. K. C. B WIIH placoil in tbe plnui of Oalaklavn, prepared to lade advantage o( any cltcumatance that might ilm-lf, but tho opportunity did notarise for calling upon their services. I regret that I am unable to give a morn detailed ac- count of the part performed by the Sardinians, as up tu this time I havo not received General MAW- MORA'S report. I hove, JAMES SIMPfON, General Commanding. The Lord I'AMMUHE, Tbe Bombardment of Uuaslnst Account. lit Nord riabhshes an extract from a letter, dated Ilelsingfors, Aug. 13 two days after the fleets had left In wliich we read: "After forty-six hours' bombardment, and the expenditure of from to shells, all the fortifications, all the batterien, and all the works of defence are left completely intact. The day after tho departure of tho Allied fleets the Ore at Sweaborg waa sompletcly extinguished, and prepara- tions are making for rebuilding tbe twenty houses that wore destroyed. Captains of vonsels navigating the Ciilf of Finland mas7 easily natisfy themselvua aa to the continued existence of Swoaborg." The Military Gazette, of Vienna, ader quoting ths words of tbe Involute RUISI, auscrting the unimpaired condition of the works, batteries and guns, at Swea- borg, says We learn from an imperial source tbat the powder magazine wasblewn up, and tho neighboring buildings dcttrojed br lire, bat the works constructed to guard the entrance of tho haven are in (tie completes! state of defence." Exaggeration of the Allied Accounts. From the London Timet, Attg 29. We must say that ttie actual results are an im- mense deduction from the boasted victory. Just con- sider how the matter really stood at tho olose of the bombardment between us and the Russians. We had not silenced their batteries, but we had silenced our own. We were not only for the present, but for the wbolo season, for anything that now appears. Tho two Immense fleets were helpless, except to keep the Russians in harbor. We had left our sting in the wound. It IB a source eailveraal says) eur correspondent, that there was nut a reserve of spare mortars sent out, not so much to replace the spoilt ones as they became injured, and so continue the bom- bardment longer, but because we might have followed thin blow with another as severe In another quarter." Why, tho big ships mtghi have carried any number of mortars, currlagss aiid all, us ballast in fact, ono ehip is now taking out mortars enough for the whole flotil- la. In 48 hoars a perfectly new mortar might have been substituted for tvery spoilt one, and Ibe gunboats might have nresented ves an the heralds of their own victory at Revel or Riga, orev, n Cronstadt, before the enemy tiad time to adapt bin defences to the very Important fact established at Sweaborg. had evidently made a miscalculation there, and was not prepared for the means at our command; be has probably made tho same miscalculation olae- whcre, and is equally unprepared, if we are only pre- pared to repeat the blow. This, unfortunately, we ore not. So we are forced to leave him time to improve the occasion, and oux victory ol Sweahorg is only leenon in self defence which we give Russia, at no grout cost to tier, bnt at immrnse com to ourselves. Our people, Indeed, are attempting to calculate the damage we havo done in pounds sterling. But If this is to be the single achievement of the season in the Baltic, we fear the balance is sadly against us, for the llcrts in ati at sea have not cost the Allies a fanning under ten iiiilions apiece and the utmost damage we CBHI boast considerable excite- ment in the vicinity or tbe cattle-pound, formed of empty beef casks, which, after containing the dead pro- visions of the Division, serve to enclose the live slock. Nobody seemed to cave a distinct idea ef what the Russian spy waa like, bat he waa laid to be mounted, and some bold Hibernian warriors were feard to de- clare they saw him "doubling" In tbe distance, which, con siding Ihe darkness, waa rather a daring assertion. Finally, tho if spy It was, and not new-come Englishman riding home to his quar- unactvtoed. Not so a canteen, which tha set kors after the spy entered by mlstaJis and nsuly emptied, Tinder pretence of seeking him. Lord DuBdorhKld's) Plans Deatruetlon. Earl DUNDONAI.I) has received the following letter from Sir CHAJH.KS Fox, the eminent engineer: "Spring-gardens, Aug 15. My Lord Having received from your Lordship a fall explanation of your propossd plan warfare, and having given the subject the most serious coaaidnratlon, 1 aaa of opinion tbat il your suggestions arc vlgoroesly carried out, uader tbe protection of a naval or military ibroo. a few would suffice te reduoe a fortification which, under tbe ntual system, would occupy a very longer period, and that thU result would be attained with a compara- tively small loss of life to tbe attacking I have, Ar. (SignedJ CHARLES For. To Admiral tho Earl of G. C U., <fcc." Pnbllc Sentiment In He. The Paris Premf contains a very interesting letter train Its correspondent at St. dated Aug. 10, describing me effects of the recent events in the Itoltic and tbe Crimea. We rjuote a portion Two Items of news, one from the Baltic and tha other atom the Crimea, we at this momrnt disturbing and alarming oui population I refer to thr hombard- ment of Sweaborg, and the battle near the Tchernaya, in the Crimea. The bombardment of Sweaborg has not by Itself produced a very lively impression, for it is weJI known that all the exlcriur works of defence ore cnrved in tbo rook, and that it IB impossible to annihilate thsm but we hear that the Allied fleets have doatrnyed all that it was possible to destroy, and Sweaters la the key to tho pass which leads to llclslngfors, the capi- tal, or, at least, the most import at city of Finland. It IB tollolsingfois that the Russian aristocracy go for bathing and this year, in spite of tho war, the baths have prenerved their usual popularity. The no- were there in as great crowds aa ever at the mo- ment when Ike Ore commenced at Sweaborg. Hence you may well understand tho uneasiness produced by the attack. At St. Petersburg wo have neen nothing but people hunting to the poet to learn Ihe newu from Helaingfors, and trembling every fcisi.inl to learn that the enemy's voaaels had been brought to bear upon the city, and were prepared to open flro. Thns it is the consequences which might have fol- lowed the attack upon Sweaborg which have caused anxiety, but In the case of the Crimea it is very differ- ent. There Friaies GORTCIIAIOFX does not seek to conceal the extent or the defeat which a numerous eorpa of tho Russian army has experienced, and to which news tho death of Gen. READ la added. The situation of Russia to-day may be summed up in two words misery and general discontent. Sugar, tea aud coffee are very dear even at St. Pe- toraburg. I can well understand the dearness of tea and coffee from die blotkade In the Baltic and tho oc- cupation of ibc Black Sea, and as to the hi eh price of sugar there are, It in true, numerous manufactories of beet-root sugar in Russia, but the inanutaeturars are absolutely without hands. The discontent of the has reached an extreme point in every province. Tho war baa strnck a fatal blow to commerce, to produc- tion and to industry. There has, in fuel, been rained, by successive recruitments, mare than a quarter of the able-bodicd'laborers, and it in impossible to Hud a suf- ficient number tilling the ground, or for working In Ibe factory. about Emprass Eugenie. The public will have remarked that the Em- preBH EuotniE has taken but little part In the public festivities celebrated lam week In Parts. For this care ol her Majesty's health there is every reason to believe tbat there fa a most satisfactory cause and, indeed, it is known that Queen VICTORIA was most anxioUN and pressing In her kind advices the Empress, to observe every precaution on which eo Important a future may depend. We expect confidently that, at no distant date, the official Moniteur, according to the etiquette of France, will announce to the nation the preguancy of the Jlfornmff Pott. Tfee) England's Departure from Moniteur announces the departure of Her Majesty in the following terms Tho population crowded along Ihe route of Her Majesty the Queen of England with the same eager- ness, tho same spontaneous enthusiasm, as it showed on her arrival the only difference was, tbat a sonti- mrat of regret was mixed up this time with tho respect- ful manifestations of affection and sympathy. The visit of Her Majesty Queen VICTORIA has been a vory short one, there Is not a single Inhabitant of Paris who does not wish it had been of longer duration. All the Parisians, with that inborn tact which they DOB- BonK, regarded themselves individually as tku aoslti of Her Majesty and the smallest the most humble houses, in streets through which the Queen waa never expected to pass, and of which she hsd not even any knowledge, hoisted a flag or illuminated a garrH. The wliole population wsjs dmiroua of participation in Ihe festivities of those mcrauwblo A CM tr IBM Fleet In Hay of Nnple.. from Ihe London Daily ffewi. Auf 2H An Austrian fleet has east anchor in the Uny of Naplts. Two ABSfcrlan ships- one a are riding off Caulellamare snd two of them are in tbs harbor of Naples. This Is ihe se- of the remonstrance addressed by the Austrian Government to the King of on the error of his ways, to which we called attention on the 11th Insl Tbe present state of Italy baa rendered Austria fldgetty and apprehensive Hence it comes that she is Increas- ing her military force In Lombardy and the Venetian territories, to prevunt any rising there, and to be in resdlDiBB to suupress risings in any other Italian State. And hence it comes that a fleet Is sent lo tie op Die bandn ofber craiy f rot 'ft, the King of Naples, who I.MT.IC bent npon provukmp maurveellons tu his territo- ries r-end'.y o'" sMdrasii ivtu now giving free scope to his fantastle humors In the Kingdom uf tho Two Sicilies, have not arrived a mo- ment too soon. From Irunltlnc md maltreating pri- vate and creatures have proceeded to provoke collisions wish Gorenw mcnks and their flrst insnll of thin kind has been di- rrclcd against the senior affacAr ofthr Ilntlnh enViainy at Naplrs. It will require all the soft sawder" of Lord Joun friends at Vienna to pievail upon King DuMBA lo moke such an amrrulf knnorattlt as It will be consistent with the dignity of tbe British HOT. ernment to accept. Panic of the Roman Govermnent. A correspondent of Daily Nrwi, writing from Rome on the Sd ult., says The significant obHcrvations of Lord PALMEBHTOH and Lord Joun RUISFI.I. in Parliament, with roapeet to the despotic mlnrulr which pervades a great part of Italy, and especially the Roman Stales, have produced a sort of political ague in the minds of his Holiness' who are now in a continual tremble lest the threatened interference of France and England should place some limit to their hitherto unbounded power, or the encouragement of some Republican conspiracy menace the ecclesiastical dominions wltb total anni- hilation. This latter source of alarm has been the bugbear of tbe restored government ever since and every year has furnished, in greater or less numbers, con- spirators agalnat the Papal throne, and victims on Papal scaffold. Tho discontent of its subjects Is In feel, the sword of DAMOCLIS which bunga over the clerical Government. Murallst Proclamation In Hlelrr. A MuintiBl 1B HIIIJ to pittnaiTrCy circulating in Sicily. It IH added that one phrase used in it by Prlnoe MUHAT Is, The hour In come for the people to rise. 1 will not Impose npon tLnm, but I declare myself ready to answer their call." Another Aaceat of Blcsst niaac. In a letter lo the London Timti, Mr. EUSTACE AMDEBSON describes his recent ascent of MODI Blanc and the scene he witnessed On the 15th we started from Cbamounlx, and pro- ceeded, as usual, to tbe Grands Mulcts rocks, where we rrMed for tho night This part of the ascent is very grand, conaiating almost wholly In glacier traveling, and here you see more crevasses and blusks of ice than daring Ihe latter pan of the ascent. We found but lit- tle difllculty in travenlng the glacier, using the ladder only once to cross a large crevasse. On reaching the (irunds Mulcts, we dined upon the roof of the cabin and prepared lo enjoy tbe sunset, but a thick mint eame up which obscured everything, and wo feared we should lone the splendid BJgb.1. We were venting our dUap. palntment in loud regrets when a trcmenduiM ava- lanche descended from one of the Aiguilles In sur rear, and in the twinkling ol an eye, as by the tooth of a magician's wand, the mist rolled away, disclosing the most magnificent sight I ever behdd. la the ill tan ao wan the scum? nun in all his glory. Far as the eye could reach, noihirie bat mountain tops and ranges conld be seen gilded by bia rnyg On the left was the crescent moon, at present pale. Dark banks of elouds. Homo of them lo appearance porfcedj black, were dis- pereed bsre and there upon tbe horizon, and Ibe distant horizon itaelf appeared like a golden plain In continu- ation of Ibe earth. Gradually the son sank, his last glorirs lingering In roseate tints npon the calotte of Mont Diane gradually Ihe horiion changed to green, then lo cold -gray tbe moon Increased in brightness, and a single staref large magnitude appeared over the summit of Moot Blanc like a crown of light. Tbe rol- ling away of the mist I presime, cauned by the concussion of the air, preduced by the fall of the ava- lanche the effect was surpassingly grand YELLOW FEVER. followed by Its aad the presume, tbe WiUnlnglon and Weldon Tbe Yellaw In Virginia. UALTIMOKE, Wednesday, Sept. 12. Hy tho steamer this morning, we have inlcli- gence frotn Norfolk down to 12 o'clock, M yesterday. The deaths in that city during the 24 hours ending at G o'clock on Monday evening, were 36. On Tuesday morning but few new cases or deaths were reported. At Portsmouth ihere were SO deaths on Monday, and S3 during the M hours ending at 3 o'clock yesterday af- ternoon. Tho panic wms increasing. Ameag the dead were Rev VEHNON EIKHIDUC, United Stales Chaplain, end daughter, and JAMES CUISHOLM, of the Epis- copal Church. Rev JOHN DKVLIN, Roman Catholic, had relapsed. Out of a party of eleven physicians and nurses, who went down on the boat on the Sfllb of Au- RUSt.sixare now dead. The wife of Rev. Mr. SMITH in dead. Dr. DEBI.JISIIIK, ol WasWncton, waa very ill Tho Howard ABBOCIOIIOO have declined sending tbe children to Ilahlmore, although every preparation had been made for them Hrveral families had removed to Camp Falls atLIir FROM Wednesday, Sept. 11. The Relief Committee of this city seal this after- noon, to Nerfulk, a cheek of thirteen hundred and fllty dollars for the relief of the suflerers there. REL1E7 moil BALTIUOBE. Kvery boat which leaves here for llie infected dis- tricts Is partially freighted with not only the oomforlH and neemsaricBof life, bnt wlih medicines and all the delicacies so comforting and soothing lathe sick. Even little boys and girls, stimulated to acts of bnnsv- olencc by the example of their parents, ore commen- cing the good work tn earnest, and depositing new and com fort abie of clothing at the City Hail to be forwarded to tho orphans. They ore also emptying thoir savings to swell the voluntary offering. Tbe ladles of a great many congregations of various de- nominations are also earnestly al work In baying goods and making up suitable flotblag for all whe may stand in need of garments. We also nonce very con- siderable additions to (be subscription lists, on Ihe part of' anociatlonn, churcht'S, benevolent societies and Ibe citiieiis xenvrally. Tbe Amtncan says Thesabacriptlon list st our counter is now about tMrly-ttt-o Jrtt long, embracing sums amounting in the aggregate to about atid HtUacls considerable attuntlon. Wucn completed we ahall send it to the elty authorities or Norfolk, and It will no doubt be preserved by as Uw record of the voluntary liberality nf the people of Baltimore. DEATHS AT POBTSMOUTH. William Collins, President of the e. and R. Raik- road. John Collins. Esq., brother of Dr Collins. George W. Chambers. OV THE FtlES AT HOHKJLH. R. S. Darnaid, druggist, Jamca Harris, Mr Jacknon, MiHa Woodward, Whitehcail. Mr. Dandier, Mr. Slealcn, Two Misses Humphrey, MiseM. Hutohuigs, Jobn Hammer, Bahara Suddeway, David Christopher. Jane Simpson. Lewis, agfd 10, MlesMarths llolden, Mr. Richard Hall, Mr Wall, Master Grantinry, Mr tieo. Barnes, Mr. Nelson Meyer, James Chearney, A.DnKS, Jamea N Myers, Susan Flanagan, Win D. Dunbar, Joseph Darren, aped li, Wheeler, Howard Ass., Mrs. Arlstides Smith, Misa John Saundera, aged Archibald Bnggs, 13, Janes Cherry, Jr Wife Rev I.eonldas Smith, Wra. Mehegon, W. B. Sorey, U. S. M'ehal, Mr. Robinson, Jasper Menser, watchman, Jobn Cranberry, Fred. Johnson, How. Ass., Miss Mary Woodward. Miss Uiealin, aged Theodore Cunningham, Ulan Hetty Revel, aged <J, Misa Susan Nimmo, Son of N. D. Wilroy, Adams, Mrs. Baker, Wm. Doyle, Solomon Spratt, Mrs. J. M. SmiMi, E. Utlanee and 7 of family, Theodore Owens, Mrs. B. B. Walters, Mrs. Henry' Harwoorl, Mis John Seldon. MM. Wm. C WhiU'hesd, Miss Virginia, Selden, Mrs. Silken, Mr. Alex. Ferret, Thomas Kentrean. Mrs. Alex. Ferrtt, Mrs John Alaoaiid Mrs. Holden, DIHAPPEAIAHCE or THE KLY. The plague lly" disappeared Thursday, and learen us In doubt aa to whether ilHdlsiippearsDce Is a good or had omen. They are innectn very much like mos- quIloeH, eicept with large wkngi, and the.r bites in mly in (lain Ihe flesh and raise great knots on it. When Ihey came their bellies were red, and wbsn they left they bad become yellow ADD1TIONAI BT BOSTOJ1IAN3. In addition to the already farwarded to Nor- folk to aid afflicted citizens of that pince and of Portsmouth, the comrolttoe appointed at the meet- Ing ul citizens, at the .Merchants' Exchange, have col- lected aliout of wuirh was collected by Mr HAHDT, one of the coounittoe, in State-street alune Several p bwbtja due., tat Monday, Sepi ]a The yellow fever u abating here. Lut number of deaths from 11 were OSo. Tbe Is cool and showery. From f Crttctfa, Stpt. 8. The interments in all the cemeteries of Orleau, for the werfc ending on Sunday, wertality- fonr less than thoar of the previous week, whteto ten than the week before. The yellow fever decrease was flfty-Mi This Is a most satiate tory diminution, and folly Justifies the foregoing eon- cluslons. We anticipate a decrease this wvek. The wratbtr is mere like who! April used lo be than Angnit or September DRUGGISTS IN COUNCIL. AMERICAN rUlEMACEUTICiL ISSOdATIOB. Adulterated Drugs. THC WINE IOULTURE. fourth meeting of the American PharnacentitaJ XBBOC Is now being hold la street Wed.eal College The ftrrt held Tuesday evenlnf, at whleh tke customary fte- UnlnarltB were arraniefl, and a ttaadinf list ft fleers for the eninlni year The on this, tbe flrst session, WM flu- from being so largs aa the Importance of Ike ofthti Auoelatloa to call tor, manj delegates being expected ar- rive on Wednesday. Dr II T. CUHMIKOF, of Portland, Mf took IhJ Chair as Vice President. Dr. (.UTHIII the appolnkment of a ef three me mbers te eaaffdne credentials. Several geoatemen rwcarks la manntr ka wbjehthst CommlitM bad been soasttmsd prtviouslf bnt snotloc al Mr OCTHBII waa Unonlv carried Tks folcwlDg geotlrraen were named ay Cfeair- man tn cosstiiote tke Cotmmtice in qarirtion C. D. Guthtrle, Ckarles EHls, W J U. Gordon and others. On (BBmitlni their report, It tkal lowlDf gentlemen hadpresented Ibe proper Bottom Colltft U. Daalel Htnetenaa, B. W. Llaeoln. Aabel ryD. Fewle. PhtifilelpMt ColUgt ofPkamacy W. Procter, Jr Chas. Ellis, Ed. Farrlsb, Sam'l Henry C. Blair. Jfnr- Yerk Cellift PJurmtcf Joo. Meaklam, JOB. B. Asplnwall, Geo 1) Coggeshall, Canavaa, W. F. Lindsay JkfrrnpAu fharm. An C. D. Coiarte, Iisa'l Moas- fliJd, n.cry Wadr Cincinnati Cellift Pharmacy W B Chapman d. 8. Wayat, W J. M. Gordon, A. fct. J. C.' farr. Celligt A. P. Sharp The report was retired and adapted The gentlemen w base are annexed wars msnbersofthe Asseelatlon OLIVER H DLL, New-York A. J. UATBIWI, Buffalo, and FBBD'K STKABXS, Detroit. The roll waa now called over by Mr. K WATME. Secrttary, and tbe meeUng proceeded to the appoint- ment of permanent for tbs ensuing Back anpointcd a member, to the wbeU of wolch two wtre added by the Chair, as a Geminating commJl- tee Mr. the meaotlme, report of the Executive wblefc, oa moaUn, wu laid on tbe table unul after tbe NomlnatlBg had prtsentrd their report Mr S M. submitted TreamreT's mcnt, from whlcb It appeared tbat the for the paat year amounted to and the receipts suck that a small balance yet recaala-s on baud. Tbe Committee Noailnartooe ajU aented the foHowlor lift of (fleers far the year JOHB MBAJtiH. N. Y. C. B Guthrie, Chtrlss Ellis, F Fish, Waterkmry, Coan. Trtftttrrr James 6. Asplawall W. J. M Corrtiptnlmf W Prscter, Jr. Encutici Commit! D. New-Tsrk. B. M. Colcerd, A. J UatbrWs, No offotlUta was to the aepaiatmetil ths fentleaen naaaed respectively for tha oa above, bnl as many nembtvsof tlkoiaflu fit to have recourse tbe ttdloas and opparaatly formality of a vote by ballot, eotmlia- in tkal aaanner slowly adopted. Mr. MBAKIM, on taking ths ekalr as PrsaideHI fbr year, brUfty retamed thaokj for aonor coBfernd him, and eipreaaed bis deatre la 41s- daties of bis position in the saannsr Wat ealeulatod lo ore mole tbelntoreens of the asxieiatlou A ol was paMrdlo Dr. CvMttutemfaf aa Urapervy Chaarmox, to whleh ha aaoxa- rsspeneX. After ths of anltapnrUm BMllDg tdjouraid ontU II o'eloek (Wed- Tbe meetini adjonrned un4U 11 o'clotk Wedneaday At theeooclnslon of tke sfTaeadej ing, Mr. 5 M. COLCORD, of Beaton, in fcrlef Dtaing Itrnu, the folio wiBfreaolatlon Rrjctirl, thji AipooiKtiac lui lew wltli rret tbe of unr eirteemrd Ajtnxvw OETEI. of EC MUD Hli igoailliep, prtrfmeloiuU atality, Ibt, ivarni Hitrrrit he in oai Aaemjstioa, Isad ai to dxpJoie dcatli i> of one 4'rvutnJ In ban leilr of FLuniKT, uid IOM tn our Aaneiatiom. to whwe wp lhi> ipxinlADWJLf Inbale of Carried unanimously LONG ISLAJN'D. Lamentable Halclrfe. The wife of JOHHUA THOMAS, residing at No. 118 Concord-strtet, Brooklyn, mlcide day night, by taking an oferdoseof laadaaum. During the afternoon of Tuesday she sent a colored girl te aa apothecary sbop In the neighborhood and obtaload air cento' worth of the poison, and in the evening ID her rooca with a young babe and locked the 4oor. The noise made ky the child attracted the auanUoo ef other persona (n tbe hour e, and upon bursting the open Mis. THOMAS WBJI found alive tnd ttut waa all. Medical aid was immediately sailed, lut It was loo late to ol seriice. Drreasnd was of age, and leaves a husband and two children. Can- cer niniiino beld an Inquest yesterday No canao, oliur than pecuniary diffleulllea, is aesigned for Ihe act. Tha Atabblna; Caae. Tin- bo> JOHN waj tabbed al the corner of Nassau and Pearl streets, Brooklyn, Tuesday osjrbl.lies in a very precarious state, and bat little hopes are entertained of his recovery. MCCABTT, who cscd thr knife, was yesterday by DA.IIKL K SMITH committed to await tbe rnsult of the Injanee. Whip; Primary TLe Whig Primary Meetings in Kings County culled for tbe Htb insl wten DelegaOs will be Heeled lo the Aesembl) District Conventions to be meld on Ibe IHh Inet al nhicli Detegatu will elected lo awend Ibe State CocTenllon, Lo be beld at Hyracuic on the Bfiih inst. Also, one Delegate to rep- resent earn Aaarmbl; Dlearlot In Judicial Conventlen. Breaklyn Yeaag Irfcn's Chrisdaa Aaaacta- Tbe regular monthly meeting of this Association wia beld Tuesday eremng al the Lecture Boom of the Cburoh nf ike Ilfgrims Thn attendance wae and tbe proe.redlnge Interestlag An Essay was read by Dr J. T. CONKLINU, Bible An tni mated ducuesien followed, in n Llch tbe audimct rally participated K. N. Ttir following nre the reported noiniaationa made for ard oflrers In the Tenth Ward ol Brook- Jtldrrmnn Joun C BoLBn. Whig. WlLLlAMK, Whig fonttabli.-C C. RVDBB, Whig. Norfolk A liberal oollerUon was taken up in the HEMT WARD UBBCIIBB'S Church, Drooklyn, last Sun- day, for the relief ef tbe Norfolk suflerers. One businiss flrm Tehterday eootrlbated la the rand tU This Is all that has been contributed b> Brooklyn, HO far is beard from. Nc-er Park for Break 17a. A jirljtiou is rrceiriBf signalures in (or a new Park m the EiKhth Ward, to bs bounJe.1 by Kiflh and Suth avenues and b; 1 and Kounrcnlb streitt Unrloi AllfBipc mi Hur.lary. Abonl 5 o'rlork je.-i, r.l.y morning three bui- b.oae into inr hous. of J.-E. H the corner of SarHni and and two r, n.siri. d in the barmen! Ibe third went op sl.tr. to r.conn...irr tin re.cblni the .acond lie WBI seiifd b) Mr MIKDHLBN, who had been aroueel bv llie fiome made m opm Ihe baaeaeat win daw and ensued. The burgisr ft D nil? to the BLreel, wben Mr. S. call lor the Police, and the fellew who enleret) lln bailee ercured by an officer of the Third iriui, afler he Lad ran a couple of bleaks He wj> lucked VI' eianitnatlon, and gave bis came ns JAMES TuoMmon. His benrini <bn aeuffle on tbr home, hud nifflcirin wuriiim tu encape, add ivaikd IliuuJHrIM-K of tbe BROOK1.YN CITY COURT Noi. 10. H, 26, IH, 30, 31, 3'J, 40, 66. INEWSPAPERif NEWSPAPER!