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VOL. I—NO. 119. BOA1U) OF TRADE. Committee of Arbitration for the month of July. CHARLES R. I'EARCE, CEO. SLATER I TIIOS. ARMSTRONG, HI RAM Wo(>l>% I ITJI. R. I'EN.VIM AN, Pwttartr anb (commercial gebitto. BALTIMORE, July 9, 1858. Tin* intervention of the national holiday has caused a light business to be done at the Stock Board this week, the total sales amounting to only about SIIO,OOO. The market generally has been firm, with an advance in most of the leading securities. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad shares have improved during the week aboutso cts.; 250 shares sealing to-day at $57 cash and seller's option, ss7# buyer 60 lays, closing at bid, $57 asked regular way; $57 V bid, ss7# asked, buyer 60 days, the same as yesterday The sales of the week embrace 1,278 shares. Northern Central has likewise improved a little, the sales to-day comprising 300 shares at sl7 % cash, $lB buyer 60 days, abo it better than yesterday. It left off at sl7# bid, $lB a.kc-d regular way. There were only 500 shares in all solci this week. Canton has been without any move ment; to-day $lB was bid, sl9 asked. State Loans have been quiet, and we have no transac tions to report. To-day 105# was bid for Maryland 6's, 1890, # better than last sales. There has been some movement in Baltimore City Loans, with an advance during the week of $2 in 1890's, and a corresponding advance n those maturing at other dates. To-day, $O,O X) I SOO's so'd at 99, an advance of 1 per cent since yesterday, SI,OOO 18£6's at 98#, anil $1,200 1875's at the same figure. After the Board, we heard of a sale of $4,000 1890's also at 99. Riltimore and Ohio Railroad lSßs's have declined X, with sales of SI,OOO to-day at 82V- Northern Central Bonds have also declined; $2,000 1885's selling to-day at 62. For Central Ohio 2d mortgage SSIV was bid to-day, ss3asky->. The last sales were at 51. Very little done in Bark this week; they arc held quite firmly. The nione> market continues to be exceedingly easy, the offerings at the banks still falling below their receipts. Good endorse*! paper is selling on the street at 5#(0)6 ner cent, anfl we have heard of prime single names being done at the same rates. Pa|er not so well known goes at 7@B per cent. At Xev York to day Erie advanced V; New York Cen tral %\ Panama 1; Cleveland and Toledo #; Michigan . Southern receded #. The following were the operations of the New York Sub Treasury on Thursday ; Total receipts. $158,526 23 —Of which from customs 138,000 00 Total payments 138,365 54 Total balanei" 5.439,273 41 At the Clearing House on Thursday, the clearings were $18,423,611 86 and the balances $.1,296,136 86. The New York Tribune says: It is understood that the meeting of the managers of the Erie. Central, and other roads, at the St. Nicholas Thursd if night, broke up in an unpleasant spirit. Mr. -Moran expressed his det-*rniination to manage his road without interference, and suggested that other railroad managers would find themselves full euiplovment in the concern? of their own roads. It is stated that the Central have nade a proposition of settlement with ihe Erie which will In taken into consideration. There is a good demand for Treasury Notes, but the rates or premiums are low. We hear of further sales of 4# i*r cents, at V premium, and 4# per cents, at 1203 110 premium. The Ohio new loan, taken by Messrs. Tliompsm Brothers, is all out of first hands A sale of S6U.OOC of the new State Fives was made to day at 103. The nov Minnesota Bonds have not yet been received. They are held by Messrs. Clark, Podge & Co. at 105. In relation to American stocks Messrs. Baring Brothers say: American stocks/lull. There are buyers of the United States 6 per cent, bonds of 1868 at 105, and Massachusetts sterlings s's at 101. with but little of either stock offering for sab. Other stocks without demand. Illinois Central Rajlraid 9hares have fallen to 21(323 discount, in conse quence of the proposed cull. Canada 6's are in more re questat 116.//116#. Nova Scotia 6's, 106, ev div. Ist July. New Brunswick 6's, 107, div. from Ist April, with some iiquiry. Quebec City 6's dull at 101#, div. from Ist of Hay. Messrs. P. Bell, Son & Co., say ; rhemarket for American securities continues without animation, and prices are without change. In railroad bonds and shares there is very little business doing. A considerable decline in the price of Illinois Central shares has taken plac.*, in consequence of an unexpected call upon Dora of S2O per share. The circular of Mr. E. F. Satterthwaite, Broker in Amerk'au Stocks, reports; 44 Th- holders of Illinois Central shares were considera bly startled by the sudden announcement on the 22d, that a call f S2O per share would be made. The effect was greatei from the circumstance of its coining so soon after the issue of Mr. Fisher's report, in which he stated the ( oinpa ny could provide from accruing funds sufficient to pay its obligations UP t. January, 1859; the shares which had bojn Hat about 16 discount, suddenly fell to 25 dis count, from which there has been a recovery of 2# per cent., diving to large buyers coming forward. The making of this call we regard as sound policy on the part of the Directors, and, in reality, will enure to the benefit of the shareholders; as. by it. the Company will be relieved from an annual payment of $244,949 for interest, and pro bably even more, as exorbitant rates for carrying the large floating debt will be avoided.*' For other Stocks and Bonds the market is flat. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES. U. S. Loan 6's, 1868 >lO4 77106 U 8. 6' . Coupons, 1668 loi r a mo i Canada 6's. Sterling 115#'//lib# STATE SECURITIES. Maryland s's, Sterling 92 (a) 94 Massachusetts s's. Sterling 1007/102 Pennsylvania s's 777/) 79 Pennsylvania s's, Coupons 1877. 82(5) 83 Virginia 6's, 1886 833; 85 Virginia s's. Sterling. 18SS 83(3) 85 Bank of England return for the week ending June | 23 shows a gain of $565,000 in specie, and a steadier line of loans on mercantile and other private securities, which, in consequence of the lower rates of discount in the open : market for some months past, had run down from $159,- \ 000,000 in December to $73,000,000 in June. There is now a little more use for money at the Bank's rate of 3 per j cent. The British Board of Trade returns continue to ; show a falling off in the value of exports. The return for 1 May i* short of last year $5,585,000. The whole decline I since January 1 is $34,845,000, ax compared with the heavy I trade of the early part of 1857. The reduction, however, is lesi than half a million of dollars as compared with I 1856. The export of Cotton fabrics this year is an excep- I tion to the general falling off in May. This item exceeds the value of Cotton Goods exported in May. 1857. SALES AT THE BALTIMORE STOCK BOARD. | FRIDAY, July 9, 1858. $6500 Bait. 6's *90..99 lOOslis. N.C.RR. ..17# 100 44 44 *B6. .97 # 200 44 44 1>60..18 100 0 4 4 44 '86..98# 50shs. 8.&0.RR. ...7 1200 • •• -75..9x'm 100** ** soo:if.3o. .57 10008&0.RR.bd5.'85..82# 100 4 4 44 1)60..57# 2000 N.C.R.R.bds. '85..62 Prices and Sales of Stocks in iYezo York. BY TELEGRAPH, Through WM. F IIER & SON, Stock and Bill Brokers, No. 22 SOUTH STREET. Ist Board. 2d Board. Virginia 6's 92# 00 Missouri 6's 84# 00 ..Illinois bonds 88 00 Canton Company 18# 00 Erie Railroad 17# 18 New York Central Railroad..B4 84# Reading Railroad 46 46# Panama Railroad 103 103# Cleveland & Toledo RR 34# 34# Rock Island 75 75# Michigan Southern RR 22 22 Cumberland Coal Co 00 00 Harlem 00 (X) Hudson 00 00 LaCrosse & Milwaukee RR...00 00 Milwaukee & Miss 00 00 Market steady. Firm. REVIEW OP THE BALTIMORE MARKETS. FOR TIIE WEEK ENDING JULY 9TH. ALCOHOL.—There has been a very moderate inquirv, with sales m tiie early part of the week of 100 bbls. West- ! em 95 per cent, at 43 cents. Within a day or two past holders have advanced their rates, and it is now held at 44@45cents nominally. Retail lots are selling at 48(350 cents. We had reported to-day 50 bbls. Western at 45 1 cts., at which figure the market closes steady, with only a j moderate inquiry. BEESWAX—is unchanged, and quoted at 3077)32 cents I for ordinary to bright yellow. BARK.—There has been no movement whatever, and oui quotations arc therefore nominal. We quote at slß@ 22 for inferior to prime No. 1 Quercitron. BREAD.—Very limited sales are making at the quota I tions, viz; 3# cts for Navy, 4 cts. for Pilot, and 5 cents I per pound for Water Crackers, subject to a discount for cash. COFFEE.—The market has ruled rather quiet this week, and wo have only to note sales of 850 bags medium Rio at 10(/)10 # cts : 550 bags fair do. at 10#@10# cts.; 150 bags good at 11(5)11 # cts.; 150 bags Laguayra at 11# cts.; 300 j bags Java on private terms, and 1,200 bags Rio, ex Tal- 1 lulah, to go out of the market, on private terms. To-day the market closes with more inquiry, and sale of 2,500 bags Rio, cargo of the Applegarth, on private terms: also 300 ba-<g fair do. at 10# (/lo# cts., 500 bags Java at 14# u: 14# cts., and 1,500 bags do. at 14# 316 cts., the latter ; figure for prime. The market closes firm at the quotations, i vir—lo@lo# cts. for medium Rio, 10#(al0# cts. for fair, andll@ll# cts. for prime: Laguayra at 11 @l2 cts., an d Java at 14# al6 cts. We note the import this week . ,:;no bagx Ui,,. 1.250 bags Laguayra and 2.800 bags Java. COTTON.—The demand this week has been confined to manufacturers who purchase only sufficient to supply their immediate wants. We note sales of about 250 bales ordi nary to good middling Upland and Gulf at from 11 cents cash to 13# cents 4 months. Stock on hand about 1,200 bales. Prices are unchanged, and the market closes quiet but firm at last week's quotations, viz: GRADES. UPLAND. I GULF. ) WESTERN. Middling 13(5)13!," ( 13*<ffll3tf I 13 ®13% Gwcl Middling 135,(514 13^51135, Middling Fair. 13?, „14 *l4 (5.14 V I 135, "14 (.'A\ !>LES.—AII descriptions are extremely dull at pre vails quotations, viz :—Adamantine at 18 u till cts.: Cheoii - calSperm at 38 „30cts ; Sperm at 38 5.42 cts.. and City j Mould at 15(5 If,X cts. ' 3! <* quote Ban Bias and Guayaquil nominally I at 15 ,16 cts. \ , note the arrival this week of a small lot of San Bias per Petrel. COAL Continues to come forward freely, and is being shipped on Eastern account to a very fair extent at former rates, vat—s&ao for Fine; $3.75 for Run of Mine, and flta for Cumberland delivered on hoard. Anthracite is unchanged, and sales are making freely at $5 b'Sl qualities. We note the export of 300 tons Cumber land Coal to South America. FLOUR.—We have no material change to note for the veek. The sales although slightly in excess of last week are indicative of any thing but an active business On the contrary the market has ruled very dull, and a dispo sition was manifested on the part of sellers in the early part of the week to accept lower bids. Afterwards, how ever. old rates were established and ruled very uniformly and firm, vis:—$4.37# for best shipping brands of Ohio and Howard Street Super and $4.25 for City Mills do. To-day the market closes very quiet but steady. We re capitulate as follows: OHIO FLOUR.—The sales include 1.400 bhls. Super at ♦437#; 860bhls. Extra at $4.75; 300 hbls. do at $4.62#. ani 100 hbls. cut do at $4.37#. The market closes to day steady W ith a very light demand. I STREET.—On Saturday we note sale 9 of 200 Super at $4.25; subsequentiv 1.500 bhls. do. were ** 1 437 #: U>o hbls. Extra at $4.75, and 100 bhls. 15-25. To-day we have no sales to note; the 22?$ n s K^^ h a 0 t ic 4 d ; 37 *• Super, $4.75@5 for tWi'nl JL tIS -r There ,las ,Jeen very little of this descrip utodrt ,!n^r rk " t : millm having to a great extent sus ui all n,.vt J? P re Pare for the new crop coming in. new Flour at ma will probably be a light stock of bWs at wof ,7'.' 6 9a " 9 r 'P° rted were only 400 £''43Tfo & St™' cloa<iß to da * 9tead * at tbis fiura BALTIMORE GROUND FAMILY is still selling at $7(u7.50 : and Extra at s6<b 6.50. ! II VE FLOUR.— Sales of 150 bbls. at $3.37#f03.50. j CORN MEAL. —We quote Country nominally at $3.37 # and Baltimore Ground at $3.75, with sales of 500 bbls. The exports have been unusually light. To Antigua 500 bbls. To Liberia , 100 u I Total 600 bbls. The followin-■ are the inspections of Flour and Meal for the week ending July Bth, 1858: Bbls. Half Bbls. Howard Street 3,867 .... City Mills 3,171 Ohio 5.285 .... Family 571 50 Total—Wheat F10ur.... 12,894 50 Together with 129 bbls. Rye Flour and 15 hluls. and 221 , bids. Corn Meal. FRUlT.—There have been some receipts of Oranges and Lemons since our last, and prices have given way a little. We now quote them at $5(57 per box as to quality. The market continues quiet for other descriptions, with a slight decline. We quote Almonds—Princess, paper shell and shelled, at 24 b25 cts.; Lisbon and Bordeaux 19b 20 etc.; Sicily 10# cts.; hard shell o#o,B cts. Walnuts—Naples 11 cts.; Sicily 7 08# cts. Pecans 10# cts. Prunes in glass 13'//17# els. Figs S#bl2# cts. Preserved Gin firstname.lastname@example.org |>ercase. Currants 9nil cts. per lb. Citron 19 cts. Hates 4&(b}s# cts. Fire Crackers $1.70 for 40 packs No. 1. * FlSH.—There continues a very moderate demand for all descriptions, but particularly for Herrings, which are unsaleable in large lots. There is little change to note however in quotations. We quote Mackerel No. lat $lO. I 500 11: No. 2 at $lO u 10.50; New large No. 3 at medium do. at $6.50(0j7, do. Old at $5.50 06. There are no small old* No. 3's on the market, and the new are not ' yet coming in. Alt-wives are selling at $4 a 4.50 for new. and s3;<i 3.50 for old. Codfish continue dull at and Hake at sl;b 1.50 per 100 lbs. No. 1 large Labrador I Herrings are steady at s4fb 4.50; No. 1 Halifax and East- | port at s2vu3; No. 1 box Herrings at l.*>(u2s cts.; small scaled do. at 35@45 cts.: and large Magdelene scaled do. j at 40'a-50 cts. per box. North Carolina Shad are selling at $9.50(0,10 for short and full brands, do. Herrings at $5.50 i (b,5.75, and Potomac and Susquehanna Herrings at $7. FEATHERS.—Prime Southern and Western Live Geese are in demand at 40 b 45 cts. GRAIN.-—The offerings continue on the decrease and show a falling off as compared with last week of 20,000 \ hush, being in the aggregate only 65.000 hush. In con- j sequence of this, and a steady demand, the market has been tirm throughout, with a constantly advancing ten dency, which has been realized the past few day* to f great extent, closing to-day with very light receipts and j a material advance upon yesterday's figures. WHEAT. —The offerings have been 10 500 bush, white ' and 4,0(H) hush red. There has been more new crop at market this week, and sales have been made of new white at l2s'n 140 cts. for prime and choice samples; to-day at j 125(aj135 cts., and a choice lot of 550 hush, at 137 cts. ' New red has sold at 125 cts for choice. We also note sales of old white at 1150}125 cts. for good to prime, 135 cts. for choice, and 90f 100 cts. for inferior old and new. I Old red sold at 105 (a 110 cts. for good to prime. We note, the export this week of 5.480 bush, to Laguayra. CORN. —White lias been in very light supply, there be ing only 9,000 bushels at market this week. The receipts of yellow reach 25,000 bus. Sales were made of white on the opening at 70 073 cts., and subsequently at 73 a74 ets., closing to day with offerings of only 300 bus., which sold at 747/78 cts. Yellow has boon in good demand, and has met with ready sale at full rates, opening at 75(7/77 cts., afterwards selling at 760/ 78 cts . 78u/,79 cts., and closing today with offerings of 2,300 bus., which sold i readily at 78 cts. for one lot and the balance at 80(a SI ets., i showing an advance for the week of 3to 4 cents on white, I and 4 cents on yellow. We note the export of 2,200 bus., | principally to the West Indies. I RYE. —There were 1.200 bus. at market this week, all of which sold at 73@75 cts. for Pennsylvania, closing to day with light sales at the outside figure. We quote Mary land and Virginia nominally at 65*// 08 cts. OATS. —The offerings for the week are nearly 15,000 bus. The market lias been dull, but the light receipts a few days past has enabled holders to be firmer, and it closes to day with light sales at 34@40 cts. for good to prime Western Virginia, and 36 cts. for Maryland. We quote Pennsylvania at 38 #/ 40 ets. GUANO.—The price of the agent of the Peruvian gov ernment is S6O per long ton. Dealers are selling at $57 ler shoi t ton. We still quote Mexican (A \.) at $22 n $23 per long ton for ten tons and upwards, and $25 per ton in retail lots. California Guano sells at $42.50 per long ton from the agent, and S4O per 2.000 lbs., from store. Reese's Manipulated Guano, Rhodes' Super Phosphate of Lime, and Deßerg's do., sell at $45 per 2,000 lbs. GUNNY BAGS—Are unchanged, and dull at 10f<712# cts. for small and large size. lf\Y AND STRAW—Continue dull at $137715 per ton for Timothy, Rye Straw at sll #/12. Brown Stuff is lower and selling at 13 al4 cts., and Middlings at 24 #/20 cts. per bushel. HEMP.—We have no transactions in any description to report. Our quotations are nominally 7# cts. per lb. for Manilla, $110(a)112 for American rough, and $10077200 per ton for Russia. HIDES.—We are still without any transactions to re port in foreign Hides, and continue to quote Buenos Ay res at 24#(/i 25 cents; Rio Grande 24 u 24# cts.. and Porto Cabelio at 21# u22 cts. Wet country slaughtered are selling at 7@B ets., /fry do. at 14 old ets., and city slaughtored at 809 cts. INDIGO. —We quote common to fair Manilla at 30(7750 ets.. good to prime do. at CO #/ 100 cts., and Caraccas at 85 @95 ets. LUMBER.—There has been a little more activity this week, but the market is still quite dull, the demand scarce* ly taking off the receipts, which are quite light. We still quote white pine hoards and planks at $137/14.50 for culling, $25 for select, and $35 for clear; Hemlock rails and scantlings $11(12.50, do. joists $10<710.50. White pine siding sl2 014. Flooring and white pine dressed >lB (a 20. Sales of Pensacola and Jacksonville 5-4 Flooring are making at $1677-13, Charleston River 5-4 (10. at 13 #/ 15, do. briirht 4-4 and 5-4 do. sl7 n 20 and Dill stuff at sl.7u/ 22 per 1,000 feet. There have been sales this week of 500,- 000 Eastern Laths at $1.50, at which figure they are heavy. LEATHER.—The receipts and demand are both light at former rates, viz; City slaughtered at 20V/ 31 cts., country do. 257727 cts.; Rough Skirting 267729 cts.; Spanish Sole at 26 n3O cts.; city harness leather, black, 29 531 cents; country do. 24 a 26 cts.; Upper in rough hide $37/4.50; Calf Skin-* sl2 (720 per dozen, and finished do. $207/ 30. METALS.—The market continues very dull, without any material change to note. IRON. —We quote Baltimore Forgp at $27, Charcoal No. 1 Wheel, at $307/ 35, do No. 1 Foundry, at $27. No. 2 do. ; at 26, Anthracite, No. 1 do. at $25@26, No. 210 at24@ ! 25. No. 3 Forge $23. Scotch Pig we now quote at $257726 ! and Boiler Blooms at $65@70 for best Cold Blast Char coal. NAlLS. —There has been more activity this week, at pre vious quotations: viz: 4d. and upwards at $3.12# #/3.25 per 100 pounds, extra sizes at proportionate rates. COPPER —Is steady at 22 #/ 22# cts. for Baltimore refined ' Ingots. Baltimore and English Sheathing at 29 cts., Cop per Bolts at 33 cts., and Nails at 45 cts. per lb. YELLOW METAL. —American Sheathing is held at 22 cts., English at 22 cts., and Bolts at 25 cts. per lb. TIN. —Wc quote $9.50 for I. C., and $11.25 per box for I. j X. Banea Tin is held at 30 cts. per lb , Spelter at 7 ets., and Rig Lead at 6#@7 cts. per lb. MOLASSES.—We note a material advance in the mar ket since last week, with rather a light business by reason of the small stock. There were sales of 50 hhls. Cuba Muscovado at 28# cents, 10 hhds. do. at 31 cents, 25 bbls. New Orleans at 38)*; cents, and at auction yesterday 35 hhds. Porto Rico, of 80 offered, at 29# @3l # cents, the balance being withdrawn. The market is steady hut quiet at 247/25 cents for clayed, 277/29 cents for Muscovado, 28@31 cents for English Island. 3877 40 cents for New Or leans, aEd 30@33 cents for Porto Rico. The imports are 83 hhds. Porto Rico, and 66 casks, 66 hhds. Cuba. NAVAL STORES.—Spirits of Turpentine is in moderate request at 447745 ets. Sales of 600 to 800 llls. common Rosin at $1,467/1.50; No. 2 is quoted at $1.80@2; No. 1 at $2.50773, and Pitch and Tar at $1.87# @2. OILS.—We quote Olive at $377)3.25 per doz. for quarts and $4.50 for pints; Winter Sperm at $1.33 #/1.35 per gal Ion; bleached do. at $email@example.com; Crude Whale at 607765 cts ; bleached winter do. at 75(3)80 cts. Lard oil is quiet at 70(3-90 cts. for No. 3to No. 1. Light sales of City at 80 ets. Etherial Oil is selling at 517/ 53 cts., ami Camphene at 50 cts. PROVISIONS—We have no new feature to note in the provision market for the week. All descriptions have been dull and drooping. BULK MEAT. —The only sale wc have to note is 20.000 lbs. loose Shoulders, made yesterday, at 5# cts. Sides we quote nominally at 7# cts. BACON. —Transactions have been very limited, and the market unsettled and irregular. Sales were reported of 20 hhds. Sides on private terms, 20 hhds do. at 7& ets.; yes terday 35 hhds. Shoulders at 5# #7 6 cts., and 50 hhds. Sides at 7)s. 7# anil 8 cts ; to-day 55 hhds. Shoulders at s#, 6 and 6if cts. in lots, as to quality. 1.200 pieces Nyes* Hams sugar cured and canvassed at 12# ets. Plain Hams are selling at 9(a 9# cts. BEEF.— Light sales of Baltimore packed Mess are making at sl6. and sl3 for No. 1. Sales of 50 bbls. Western No. 1 at sl2; Western Mess is quoted at sl4. PORK. —We have only to note sales this week of 50 bbls. Mess at $16.75. and 25 bIN. Prime Mess at $15.50. We quote $16.50 for Mess, $13.50 for Prime, and $12.50 for Rum]). LARD —Has ruled steady at 10# cts. for Western and 9#@ 10 cts. for City. Sales yesterday of 150 bbls. City on private terms. BUTTER— Has been excessively dull. Light sales of Glades at 16 cts.; Roll at 127/14 cts.; Ohio packed at 12 ets., and 150 kegs shipping at 12# cts. We quote eggs at 11*@12# cts. CUEESE. —New is coming in slowly, and is of very poor quality. Eastern is selling at 9 cts., Western at 83 8# cts., and we note sales of 100#>oxes Western E. D. at 8# n) 9 cts. PLASTER—Is dull, and selling at $2.50/12.75. There have been n/> imports this week. RIPE.—The market has been quiet this week, with sales of only 70 tierces at 3)6@3% cts. Holders are steady at 3)6 a cts. for fair to prime. The imports have been only 141 casks from Charleston. SALT.—Sales this week of 3.000 sacks Ground Alum at auction at 75 cts. per sack. We continue to quote lots from store at 80 // 85 cts. for Ground Alum. 130 cents for Marshall and .letfry tn\ Carey's Fine, 140 cts. for Ashton's do., and Turk's Island 20 cts. per bush. We note the im port this week of 4,390 sacks and 60 tons from Liverpool. SI GAR.—The market has shown a very fair degree of activity this week, and prices have been well sustained, with a slight advance in the more choice qualities. The sales include 40 hhds. good Cuba at $6.75; 50 hlids. do. at $6 37)6 foe refining; 44 hhds. choice Porto Rico at $3.25: 228 hhds., 15 boxes do. at $6.50, 560 boxes do. at $7.25. all for refining: and 10 hhds. E. Island at $7. At auction yesterday. Messrs. Lemmon k Brogden offered 284 hhds. Porto Rico, 164 hhds. of which were sold at s7(u 7.65, the balance being withdrawn. By private contract there was a good business done, with sales of 225 hhds. Porto Rico at $6 75 for refining; 56 hhds. do. in lots at S7(S 7.62)6; 20 hhds. New Orleans on private terms; 28 hhds'. Porto Rico at $/ .50/18. and 102 hhds. English Island for refining at s6'u 6.62)6. To-day we note a continued good inquiry, with sales of 117 hhds. Porto Rico in lots at $7®7.75. 20 hhds. do. at $7 12)6. 23 hhds Cuba at $6.87)6 an/I 35 hhds. do. at $7.60. The market closes verv firm at $6.25760.62)6 for refining grades Cuba, E Island and Porto Rico: $7 //! 7.25 for fair to good Porto Rico an/1 New Orleans; $7.507 i) 8.25 for prime and choice do., and $6.75,a7.50 for fair to prime Cuba. The imports have been quite large, embracing 823 hlids., 20 tierces, 398 bids. Porto Rico: 779 Idols.. 1.012 boxes. 457 bbls. Cuba; 93 hh/ls.. 25 bbls. E Island. 24* hhds.. 25 idds. from Naguabo and Humacuo; 14 hhds.. 759 bbls., 9 half bbls. from St. Martins, and 367 hhds., 55 tierces from New- York. REFINED SUGARS. —The following are the current cash rates of the Baltimore and Maryland Refineries: FOR TWENTY OR MORE PACKAGES. For fire or less than twenty packages, ,v<:. advance. Small loaf 10)6 cents per lb. Large Loaf 10 s g " •' Standard Crushed 10V " " Circle A., do 9% " " B. do 9* " " Granulated 10)6 " " Powdered...., 9)6 " " Extra fine do 10)6 " " SOFT CRUSHED. White Sugar—A 9ij cents per lb. „ „ do. -B 9 " " lellow, do. —c 8)6 " „ STROP IN RARREI.S. Syrup.. 45 gente. Extra Syrup 4$ " dull. We quote Pepper at 916@9)6 ,Vw . at r 7 ," 7 '<'' ls ' : Cloves at 9N:u9), ctsx In- afa , Ct3 r- ; @65 cU ta., and Nutmegs at 5o STAI Eh.-—The market continues dull without anv very material change. Shook* with h.,J i .• at $1.75; rough White Oak Pi e StaTJs" cJ, " 1,000; do. Hogshead S3O £45; dm Barre? Ju ", !r T $18@25; do., double stuff, at $30®33 Red Oak *( ;ts?6@3o; do. Flour Barrel, The range given above is as to quality and quantity. b BALTIMORE, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1858. STARCH—Is very dull :it 4#(5)5# cts. per lb. for West crn Peail,nnd 6# cts. for Kingsford"a Oswego. SOAP—Is unchanged with limited sales at 7# rts. for Chemical; 8# rts. for Oleine; 14 ets for Castile and fV# 7 cts. per lb. for Country. TOBACCO.—The demand for Maryland Tobacco this week has been quite active, ship]>ers having <ntered the market with some spirit and purchased freely. Prices are rather in favor of sellers, but we still quote at $47? $7.50 for common to good crop, averaging about $5.60 V/ SO. Bay Tobacco has met with a good inquiry, and with fair receip.s tin* -al-s have b.-f-n bri>k. We still <|int'' Tips at $4.50(5 $5,50; seconds at $5.507/'s7; spangled at $7( sl2; and fine yellow at sl2 // S2O. For <Oiio Tobacco there has also been a good demand, but holders are not eager to effect sales, the accounts of the growing crop being rather unfavora ble. The sales of this description for the week amount to about 300 hlids., within the range of our quotations, viz;— Common spangled mixed with green $6 to $6.50; common to good middling red spangled $6 50 to $7.50; good to line red and yellow spangled SS//$10; and good to fine yellow, including choice hhds., sll(u'sls. Kentucky Tobacco is quiet with some few sales making at s6(s'sl3 for Mason county, and SB// sl4 for heavy Kentucky. The inspections of the week are 1,623 lihds. Maryland, 60S hlids. Ohio, and 65 hlids. Kentucky—total 2,296 hlids. Exported this week 2,205 lihds. MANUFACTURED TOBACCO.— We are still without any change to remark in the market for manufactured Tobac co. The demand continues tolerably active and pricesare firm, with a light stock. We quote as before—common to good common pounds 14(77.17 cts.; medium do. 18 // 20 cts.; good do. 22 a'2B; fine do. 30//50 cents; tine s's and 10's 20 (a 27 cents; medium do. 177/ 20 cents; sound common do. 14<rt)16 cents; inferior shipping 10's, 18's and 20's 9(512 cents. TALLOW.—We have no transactions to note. Quota tions are nominally cts. for Country and Butchers' Association. WOOL.—The receipts continue etxremely light, and there is very little doing at this usually busy season in Wool. We have no change to note in quotations, viz:— 17 //19 cts. for unwashed: 26(5:29 cts. for tub washed; 19(7/) 24 cts. for No. 1 pulled; 23 // 25 cts. for common fleece; 25 (a 28 cts. for quarter to half blood; 28(530 cts. for half to three-quarter blood; and 305 33 cts. for three-<|uarter to full blood: and 330/40 cts. for extra Wool. WHISKEY. —The market opened this week rather quiet, with sales of 100bbls. Ohio at23cts.. and City and Country at 227/22# cts. Subsequently, under an advancing ten dency in the West, the market stiffened here, and sales were made of 100 bbls. City at 22# cts., 50 bbls Penn sylvania at 22# ets., 60 bbls. Ohio at 23# cts , and yester day 100 bbls. Ohio at 24cts., and 50 bbls. Pennsylvania in second hand packages, at 22# cts. To day there were sales of 50 bbls. Ohio at 25 cts., the market closing at this figure for Ohio, and 23# (5 24 cts. nominally for City and Country. FREIGHTS.—The offerings for Liverpool continue very light, but rates are unchanged, viz : 2s. for flour; 7d. for grain in shippers' bags; 255. for bark in bags; 257/ 30s. for ditto in hlids.; 255. for Virginia tobacco; 20s. for Maryland ditto, and 255. per ton for heavy goods. The rate for to bacco to Amsterdam is still 225.*6 d.; to Rotterdam 255. and to Bremen 205., at which several vessels are loading. Two ships have been taken up for France on private terms. We also note the following charters; A bark for River Plate with white pine boards at $lO per 1000 feet and pri mage; a brig for Newfoundland at 50 cents per bbl.; a brig of 1700 bbls. for Porto Rico and buck at 42 cents for su gar, and $3 per 110 gallons molasses on deck, foreign port charges paid; a schooner of 900 bbls. for Cuba at S4OO and foreign port charges paid, and a brig and several sch ion ers for the Windward Islands at 75 cents. Coasters are in demand at $1.25 per ton to New York; $1.50 to Boston; and $1.40//$1.45 to ports on the Sound. There is very little grain shipping, but we still quote to New York at 4# cents; to Boston 5 cents; to Norwich 5 cents, and to Portland 6 cents. Lumber from the hay to ports in Maine $lO per thousand feet. Southern coastwise freights are dull. We quote to Charleston 6 cents per foot, 6 cents per bushel and 50 cents per bbl. for whiskey: to New Or leans 90 cents per barrel for whiskey and 12# cents percdbic foot. TRADE OF BALTIMORE. A statement, showing the amount of Imports of the leading articles of merchandise at the port of Baltimore for the quarter ending June 30th, 185S : Coffee 7,926,419 lbs. Molasses.... 476,861 gall. Sugar 15,185.631 4 * j Honey 2,302 4 * Pimento.... 88.800 44 ISalt.. 201,918 bus. Soda Ash... 453.801 44 Herrings.... 3,835 bbls. Indigo 14,459 44 Mackerel... 338 44 Salt Pet re... 1.000 035 44 (Codfish 433,328 lbs. Cocoa 10t),741 44 Hides, value 73.669 dolls. Cigars 9,611,000 Hair, value. 4,602 44 Bar and bun- ; Earthenware die Iron.. 1,995 tons. | value.... 17,937 44 Ilonj) and (Guano 7,062 tons. Sheet Iron 222.334 lbs. Coal 1.026 4 : Leadinshts. 68.734 44 Laths 1,152,471 Palm Oil 18,709 gall. ! Total amount of Imports $2,184,130 A statement of Exports from Baltimore fin* the quarter ending June 30th, 1858 : Flour 155 982 bbls. Rice, bbls. A tcs. 1,549 Bread.bls.Akgs. 9,346 Beef, bbls. A tcs. 1.433 Wheat .. 61,059 bus. Pork 5,759 bbls Uorn 193.916 44 Bacon 201,759 lbs. Corn Meal 21,325 bbls. Lard 609,347 44 Coal 1,789 tons. Butter 157.566 44 Sugar, refined..206,877 lbs. j Can dies 217.152 44 Tobacco, leaf & i Cheese, 46.609 44 stem 15,131 hhds. S|>eci e 30,050 dolls. Tobacco, man u- Staves 168,000 factored 132.864 lbs. Total amount of Exports $2.78*2,506 A statement showing the number of vessels and amount, of tonnage arriving at, and clearing from, tin* Port of Bal timore for the quarter ending June 30th, 1858: . . A7>. Tons. United States vessels entered 130 37.303 Foreign vessels entered 47 8 132 Total amount entered 177 45.435 United States vessels cleared 136 38,654 Foreign vessels cleared GO 11,425 Total cleared pjr, 50,079 Vessels in the coasting trade entered 'Ol 21U354 Vessels 44 44 * 4 cleared 252 68,803 DOMESTIC MARKETS. PHIL A DELPHI A MA RK ET. July Bth. BULL'S HEAD NEW DROVE YARD CATTLE MARKET. — About 800 Beeves were offered at this Yard. The demand was fair, but prices ruled somewhat lower than last week. The market was pretty well sold up—SO head only being left over. The following are the particulars of tin* sales: 114 - at $9 #@lo# 20 9 @ 9# 70 8 @ 9 3 8 @ 8# 11 8 @ 9 15 - - - - ; - - - 9 (a 9% 54 8 (#/ 9 38 9# (a . 9 X 40 B#@ 9# 40 8 (a 8# 20 - - * 7# @ 8 70 - - - 8 <#/' 8# 20 7#@ 8 34 B#u/. 9# 20 8 "id 8# 17 8 (a 9# 24 8 @ 9 3 9# 1° B#@ 9" 15 • 7# a 8# Auction sales, by Dutilh. Cook A C 0.—2.890 bags Rio Coffee, 9#@l2 cts., average 10.28, GO and 90 days and 4 months. CINCINNATI MARKET. July 7. WIIF.AT. —The market is very firm, and the receipts sell readily at our quotations. Sales of 200 bushels fair white at 80 cents; 350 do. good white at 86. The first lot of new white Wheat from Kentucky, 100 bushels was re ceived to-day from Messrs. Dowden, Bro. & Gunn, of Lex ington, and was sold on.'Change to Messrs. Klstner& Son, for $1 per bushel. The quality was not strictly prime,but is said to be as good as any raised in Kentucky this sea son. The receipts during the past 24 hours comprise 2.978 bushels. CORN. —A good demand, and the market is firm at 505/51 ets. Sales of 1,500 bus. at these prices. Receipts, 2.520 bus. RYE. —The market is less active, and prices are a shade lower. Sales, 850 bus. at 54 cts. OATS. —The demand continues good and prices are firm. Sales, 1,500 bus. at 35 cts. Received during the past 24 hours, 1,450 bus. FRUIT. —We notice abetter demand for Dried Apples. Prices have advanced, with sales 200 bus. at $1.25, and 50 do. at $1,37. PROVISIONS. —There was an active movement in the market to-day, with considerable sales, and a general ad vance was established in prices. The purchases were mostly to fill orders. The transactions included 500 bbls. Mess Pork at sls; 450 bbls. Prime Lard at 10 cts.; 100 hhds. Bacon Shoulders at 5# pkd.; 13 do. do. ats' u pkd.; 3.500 pes. Hams in bulk at 6 cts., loose, 60days; 600 do. do. at 6#, loos ?, cash. There were buyers for Bacon Sides at 7#, pkd., but this price was refused, holders asking 7#. FLOUR. —There is a continued fair demand, and the market is firm. Sales 150 bbls. Extra at $4; 100 do. at $4.05; 50 do. Extra White Wheat at $4.25, and 70 do. choice do. at $4.50. Received during the last 24 hours 1,241 bbls. WHISKEY.— The market is firm, with a gaod demand, and, if anything, an upward tendency in prices. Sales of 500 bbls. at 20'a-20J£— the latter for wagon lots. GROCERIES. —The market remains firm, with a fair de mand. No change in prices. HOGS IN KENTrCKY. [ From the Cincinnati Price Current, 7th inst.] We have received from our correspondent at Frankfort, Kv., the following official statement of the numler of hogs over six months old. in several counties of that State, as reported by the Assessors, to the Auditor. This report embraces over one-third of the State. It will he seen there is a large falling off as compared witli last year; there is even a slight deficiency as compared with 1855—the short crop year. Reports from the remaining counties will he given to our readers as soon as returns are received at the office of the State Auditor. The following is the comparative aggregate returns of fifty-one counties. 1858. 1857. 1856, 473,374. 628,124. 475,185. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK, July 9. —Cotton is buoyant—sales of 3,000 bales. Flour is firm—sales of 11.500 bbls. at $firstname.lastname@example.org for State and $4.60 >i $4.70 for Ohio. Wheat is dull— -20,000 bushels Southern red 110//125 cts.; white Western 103 ,i 110 cts. Corn is firm, sales of 26.000 bushels at 68 / 67 cts. for Mixed; yellow 88 cts.; white is unchanged. Pork is firm—Mess $10.75; Prime $13.60. Whiskey has advanced—sales at 24 cts. Lard is buoyant at cts. Sugar is buoyant, and all qualities have slightly ad~- vanced.—Porto Rico 7(u 8' 8 cts. Muscovado u:7\ cts. Coffee is steady. Turpentine Spirits closed firm at 44 // 45 cts. Rosin closed buoyant at $1.65 u $1.70. Rice is steady. Freights are drooping.—Cotton to Liverpool Kn 3-10. NEW ORLEANS, July 7. —Cotton—sales of 300 bales, with an unchanged market. The sales of Flour are small. Whiskey quotes at 20c. It israining this evening. CINCINNATI, July B.—Flour is firm; sales of 1.400 > bbls. at $3.90i/i4 40. Whiskey has advanced to Corn firm; sales of 6,000 bushels at 56c. Mess Pork quotes at sls(<ri 15.25. Linseed Oil 66 (7767 c. CHICAGO, July B.—Flour quiet. Wheat dull at G3c. Corn advanced lc. Shipments to Buffalo—3.2oo 10ls of Flour, 6,500 bushels of Wheat, and 75,000 bushels of Corn. Shipments to Oswego—No Flour, 15,000 bushels of Wheat, and 40.000 bushels of Corn. Receipts -1.700 bbls of Fltur 84.000 bushels of Wheat, and 107.0U0 bush,-Is /if Corn. IMPORTS AT BALTIMORE. FOREIGN. LIVERPOOL— Ship John Clarlc. 411 bdls. iron—J. 11 Smith; 583 do.—George Small; 749 do. do., 2,131 bars do.—Rogers k Wetherall: 150 tons pig do.—S. K. George; 50 do. do.—Keyser, Troxell & Co.; 10.000 fire bricks—Thompson k Oudesluys; 7 casks hard ware—E. Jenkins k Sons; 3 pkgs. mdse.—ll. F. Albertifc Co.; 9 hales bags—Knox & Co.; 15 cases mdse., 9 bales blankets—Ross, Campbell k Co.; 10 do do. Pegram. Paynter k Davis; 5 cases mdse.—Brown A; Winchester; 3 do. do.—-Stollman. Hinrich & Co.: 4 do. do.—Aldrid'ge, Higdon & Co.; 6,413 sacks salt. 45 lnlls. bags—Foard A: Rogers; 11 do. do.—order; 100 bbls. soda, 50 trrs. bleach ing jiowders—D. Mcllvaio; 500 bdls. iron, 33S bars do., 240 pkgs. mdse.—order. LIVERPOOL — Ship Falmouth. 2.050 bricks—Foard & Rogers; 100 bbls. liquor—Thomp son k Oudesluys; 3 cases toys—ll. F. Alberti k Co.; 8 casks hardware—E. Jenkins k Sons; 7 do. do.—Cortlan & Co.; 19 packages mdse.—Aldridge. Higdon & Co.; 14 cases do.—Ross. Campl>ell k Co.; 16 bales blankets—Pegram. Paynter k Davis; 155 bbls. beer. 48 packages mdse., 32 bars iron, 331 baleg do., 8,350 sacks salt—order. BREMEN — Brem. ship Ocean. 2.600 djhns., 3 casks mdse—Vonkapff k Ahrens; 7 do. do. C. Spilker & Co.; 48 do. do.—George W. Gail; tj do. pa per— Hunkcl k Son. 16 nests baskets—Gerdes, Bulling k Co.; 3 IJXS. mdse.—A Schumacher k Co.; 7 do. do.—ll. F. Alberti k Co.; 21 do. do.—Beck & Bachmann; 17 do. do, — jI.W. kE. Dammann; 22d0. do.—order, 42 baskets wine— -11 unkel k Son. SAW BR. ASS— ScFtr. Petrel. : 138,000 cocoa nuts, 74 bags cocoa, 2 bxs. tortoise shell, 2 old chains and 2 anchors, 1 piece mahogany $1,020 specie— Friend, Rickets Co. HALIFAX— Iir. Schr. Agility. | 490 hbls. herring, 11 hlf. do. do., 6 do. eels, 189 bids, mackerel, 50 do. alewives, 25 qtls. cod fish—Jas. Corner k Sons. J W HALIFAX— Fir. Schr. Mountaineer. 75 bbls. alewives, 502 do. mackerel, 3 hlf. do. do., 5 do, tongues, Ac.—Spence A Reed; 225 bbls. mackerel—Hall A honey; 200 do. do., 20 do. alewives—T. R. Matthews k Son. LAGUAYRA— Iing JFM. Taylor Hal/. 750 bags colli*—Dunnock k Weatherby. PERNAMHUCO— Fir. hark Sappho. 5.800 sacks sugar—T. Wbitridge & Co. COASTWISE. NEW YORK— Schr. Woodl/ridge. j 143 hhds. sugar—order. NEW YORK— Schr. Mignionette. 100 hluls. sugar—order. RICHMOND— Schr. K. (7old abort nigh. | 46 hluls. sugar—Egerton, Dougherty, Wood & Co.; 15 ; tons chains and spkes—order. BOSTON— Fiark Ife/en Maria. 14 pieces granite—Major Biewerton; 248 bbls. alewives— Curtis A Post; 570 do. do., 525 pkgs. indse.—order. EXPORTS FROXI 15AETIMORE, WEST INDIES.—2SO bbls. flour, 500 bbls. corn meal, 400 hush. corn. 100 hams, 200 boxes candles, 50 bush, beans, 20 bbls. split peas, 81 bags brown bread, 500 bbls. crack - i era, 100 kegs butter. Shipping Melligmte. PORT OF BALTIMORE, JULY 9. ARRIVED. Propeller James Jerome, Jerome, from New York—mdse. tnW Rhoads k Son. Ship Falmouth. Berry, 40 days from Liverpool—gene | ral cargo to F. L. Brauns & Co. Spoke June 17th. lat. 30. J 09, lon. 41, whaling bark lonia, 40 days out from New i Bedford—all well. On Thursday, oil' Sharp's Island, saw ketch President Benson, Champion, hence for Liberia— i beating down. I Ship John Clark, Hale. 40 days from Liverpool—geoe . ral cargo to Foard & Rogers. Towed up by steamtug Her cules. Bark Sappho, Scott, from Pernamhuco via Hampton Roads—sugar to T. Wbitridge k Co. I Brig Chimborazo, Brown, from Camden, Me.—ice to | 1 lesion & Rogers. | Brig W. Taylor Hall, Stevens, from Laguayra, June i 19th—coffee to Dunnock k Weatherly. Left a New York I bark, name unknown, from Barcelona, just arrived, ami j to sail next day for Muracaihn, to load. ■ Brig Token, Tracy, from Rockport—ice to Ileslen & Ro- I ge r*; Schr. Ellen Goldsl>orough, Bunting, from Richmond— I mdse. to Wm. Applegarth k Son. Schr. Agility, (Br.) Romkey, 10 days from Halifax— fjsh to James Corner k Sons. >chr. Mountaineer, (Br.) Stirling, 10 days from Halifax i —fish to Spence & Reid. Sellr. Mignionette, Woody, from New York—to W. , Rhoads k Son; sugar to order. | Schr. Star, Edwards, from Bristol, R. I.—ballast to Be i van, Phillips k Co. Schr. Wm. Tyson, Whelden, from Providence—ballast * to Heslcn k Rogers. Schr. Sarah L. Stevens, Studley, from Boston—ice toT. I J Cochran k Co. I Schr. Pearl, Brown, from Bath—ice to Kelsey k Gray, i Schr. Julia Martha, Eaton, from Calais—laths and plas j ter to T. R. Matthews & Son. Sebr. Ainytis, Hutchinson, from Portland—plaster to i Kirkland, Chase k Co. Schr. Empire, Chambers, from New Bedford—oil to J. Parkhurst. Jr. k Co. Schr. Henry Payson, Eldridge, from Norfolk—plaster to W. Rhoads k Son. Schr. Harriet Neal, Stickney, from Richmond—ballast I to Kelsey k Gray. Schr. if. W. Collins, Ballance, from North Carolina— j shingles to McDougali k Clarke. Schr. Independence, Cliftou, from North Carolina—shin gles to McDougali & Clarke. Schr. Alice Gibson, Beasley, from North Carolina—shin gles to McDougali k Clarke. Schr. Hugh Chisholm, Taylor, from North Carolina— ; shingles to McDougali tS: Clarke. Barge Challenge, from Philadelphia—to W. Rhoads k Son. CLEARED. Schr. James Madison. Benson, West Indies—J. C. Yates k Co. Schr. Minerva, Winslow, Fall River—E. Pratt & Bro. j Schr. Eleanor, Townsend, Boston—E. Pratt k Bro. Sloop Elizabeth and Rebecca, Clark, Bridgeton, N J.— Stickney k Co. Sloop Mary, Cam, Bridgeton, N. J.—Stickney k Co. SAILED. Ship South America, Berry, Bordeaux, in tow of Ti ger. Brig Union State, Hathaway, Laguayra, in tow of the | Tigress. ARRIVALS FROM BALTIMORE. | Steamship City of Norfolk. Green, Savannah, 7th inst. Bark Albert, , Boston, 7th inst. Brig J. W. Sawyer, Means, Boston, 7th inst. Brig Vulcan, (Br.) McDonald, Kingston, Ja., 10th ult. Brig Annette, Rudolf. Halifax, 30th ult. Schr. Challenge, Wither, Boston, 7th inst. Schr. Amanda Powers, Robinson, Boston, 7th inst. Schr. J. Steele, Travis, Norfolk, 7th inst. Schr. Morning Light. Westhaven, Halifax, 30th ult. ! Schr. X. .1. Bray ton, Rogers, Fall River, 4th inst. j Schr. Daniel Brown, Heald, Fall River, sth inst. Schr. J. L. Darling, Howes, Providence, sth inst. ! Schr. Wm. Allen, Grant, Providence, 6th inst. • Schr. A. Townsend, , Dorchester,26th ult. CLEARANCES FOR BALTIMORE. Steamship Thomas Sivann, Kamsay, New York, Stli inst. WRECKED. Sehr. Friend, (of Camden, Me.,) Orcutt. wliich sailed hence 6th inst. for Boston, with a cargo of 192 tons coal, went ashore on Kent Island, during the night of the Bth and bilged. M E MORA NBA. Ship Edward Everett, Giinby, for United States via Car dill', sailed from Havre, 23d ult. Ship E. W. Bruno, J Hind is, for Baltimore, entered for loading at Liverpool, 22d ult. Sehr. Marcelia, Tracy, from Calias for Baltimore, passed by Holmes Hole, 7th inst. Sehr. Talimiroo, Johnston, from Baltimore for Newbury port, was in Hampton Roads, 7th inst. Bark Warren, Benthall, for Cuba, sailed for Kingston, Ja., 16th ult, Brig Bonita, Hatch, from Richmond, uncertain, was left at Montevideo, May 4th. Brig W. R. Kibbey, Boone, from Baltimore, was dis charging at Barbadoes, loth nit. Brig Mary Cobb, Montgomery, from Dix Isle for Wash ington. D. 0.. arrived at Rockland 2d inst. Brig Stephen Young, Perry, from Windsor for Alexan dria, put into New Bedford*, 3d inst., to stop a leak about the chain holts. Sehr. C. R. Yiekery. Ilorton, for Cuba, sailed from Kings ton, Ja., 19th ult. Sehr. R. C. Stannard, Jr., Groves,for Port Maria, sailed from Kingston. Ja., 11th ult. Schrs. Wm. Tyson, Wltelden, from Providence for Balti more, and Star, Edwards, from Bristol for do., were seen off MoilUiuk, 4th inst. Sehr. Napoleon, Colby, from Alexandria, arrived at St. John. X. 8., 4th inst. EASTERN PORTS. NEW YORK. July B.—Arr. brigs W. McCilvery; Carde nas; Flora, Barcelona; sclirs. Ellen, Eleuthera: Alice and G. B. Smith, Virginia. Cl'd ship Rialto, City Point; brig Belle Flower, Aspinwall; schrs. S. Taber, New Orleans; E. Webb, Havana. PHILADELPHIA, July B.—Arr. ship Stalwart, Liver pool; hark I. It. Davis, New Orleans; sehr. J. R. Plater, Charleston. BOSTON, July 7.—Noon.—Arr. brig Chicopee, Savan. nah. Cl'd sehr. John B. Myers, Richmond. SOUTHERN PORTS. ALEXANDRIA, July 7.—Cl'd sclir. Lydia Ann, Provi dence. NORFOLK, July 7.—Arr. hark Itaska. Halifax; sehr. Bowditch, Castine, Me. Portland, sehr. D. W. Vaughn, Martinique. WILMINGTON, July o.—Arr. sehr. W. S. Tisdale, New York. CHARLESTON, July 6.—Arr. steamships Memphis and Nashville New York; schrs. L. W. Alexander. Rockland; Rosa, Boston; Col. Satterly, New York.—Cl'd bark Lelaml Boston; brig Heyward, West Indies. SAVANNAH, July 3.—Cl'd sehr. R. M. Demill, Ma tan zas. NEW ORLEANS. July 6.—Cl'd (per tel.) ships Golden Star and H. H. Prescott, Liverpool; Areole, St. Peters burg; Westminster, Bordeaux; Snow Squall, Boston. LIST OP VESSELS IN PORT, JULY 9. SHIPS. Buena Vista, Linnell, Callao —Barrilfc Muir. Casilda, W. J. Stafford, Rotterdam—B. M. Hodges, Jr. Flora McDonald, Caldwell. Liverpool—Foard A; Rogers. Falmouth, Berry, Liverpool—F. L. Brauns A: Co. Flora Temple, Cue I. Hong Kong—T. Wilson k Co. Gaston, (Brem.) Balleer, Bremen—A. Schumacher A: Co. Helen A. Miller, Gait, New York. Isabella, Drew, Rotterdam—Bros. Boninger. John Clark, Hale, Liverpool—Foard & Rogers. La Duchesse D'Orleans, Garland—Fitzgerald, Booth k Co. Marv Whitridge, Hancox, Havana—T Whitridge k Co. Mississippi, Allen, Rotterdam—B. M. Hodges, Jr. Ocean, (Brem.) Klopper, Bremen —VonKapff k Arens. Omar Pasha. Torrey, Liverpool—Foard k Rogers. Susan E. Howell, Raffle, for sale—Wm. Howell & Son Vulture, (.'ill, for freight—Pendergast Bros. Washington Booth, I'escud, Islay—Fitzgerald, Booth & Co. BARKS. Antelope. McLeod, Rio de Janeiro—Jas. Hooper k Sons. Antonio, Bock,Callao —Barril & Muir. Creole, Coffin, Rio de Janeiro —Kirkland. Chase & Co. Cochitaate, Irving, Callao—F. Barreda A: Bro. Clintonia Wright, White, for sale or charter —W. Howell k Sons. Capella. Lange, Bremen —VonKapff k Arens. Daniel Webster, Ryder, Boston —T. Whitridge k Co. Gustav, (Brem.) Geerken, Bremen—A. Schumacher A: Co. George k Henry, Trower, Arica, Peru—Fitzgerald, Booth k Co. Helen Maria, Nickerson, Boston—T. R. Matthews A; Son. lonic. Curtis, Boston —Kirkland, Chase k Co. I.inda Stewart, for sale--N. Rogers & Co. Marion, Hugg, Boston. May Queen, Bonner, St. Thomas—T. Pierce. Maria, Johnson, Rio de Janeiro—J. Corner k Sons. New Light, , New Orleans—Thos. Pierce. Scio, Ewer, Cuba—L. Git tings. Sophia, Jones, Rio Janeiro. Sappho. Scott. Pernambuco —T. Whitridge A: Co. . Selah, Gould, Boston—T. Whilridgo k Co. William, Heath, Humacoa, I*. R.—Kirkland, Chase k C'o. BRIGS. Ahhotsford, Cooper, for freight—E. K. Cooper. A. J. AY. Applegarth, Linden, for charter—W. Applegarth k Son. A. B. Crook, Greenlaw, Matanzas—Kirkland, Chase k Co. Brothers, for sale—J. Crosby k Son. Baltimore, Nelson, Rio Janeiro—Travers k Mitchell. Candacc, Matthews, Ponce, P. R.—Stirling A: Ahrens. f himborazo, Brown, Mamden, Me.—Heslen A: Rogers. Chattanooga, Norris, Rio de Janeiro—Kirkland, Chase k Co. Canima, Pinkham, Boston—W. IT. Oler. Director. Kirwan, Cardenas—S. G. Hand k Co. Echo, Long, Mayaguez—Stirling k Alirens. Eureka, Gilkey. Matanzas—J. C. Yates A Co. Frances Jane, Kirch, St. Johns, I*. R.—Kirkland, Chase k Co. Rover's Bride, (Br J Gerrior, for Newfoundland—Kelsey k Gray. Seguin, Nelson, Charleston —Pendergast Bros. J. Mclntyre, Mclntyre, Rockport—Heslen A: Rogers. Mary Atwell, Atkins. Monrovia—R 11. Atwell. Marietta, (Br.) Steed, Demarara—AV. 11. Perot. Token, Tracy, Rockport —Heflen A: Rogers. A'ictoriu, (Br.) Young, West Indies—Patterson k Murgu iondo. A'iator, Ellis, Boston—W. Rhoads k Son. W. Taylor Hall, Stevens, Laguayra—Duunock k Weath erly. AVingpw, Wyman, Boston. AYappoo, Carver, Boston. SCHOONERS. Amelia R. Johnson. Jenkins, Norfolk—J. Corner k Sons. A. Manderson, Henderson, River LaPlata—C. M. Stewart. Albert Fields, Phillips. Taunton—E Pratt & Bro. Alma, (Br.) Snellgrove, St. Martins, AV. I.—Knox k Co. Americus, Walters. Matanzas. Agility, (Br.) Romkey, Halifax—J. Corner Son 9. Aroytis, Hutchinson. Portland—Kirk land. Chase k Co. , Alice Gibson, Reasley, North Carolina—McoDugall k Clarke. j Alice Gibson, Travis, Plymouth—McDougali & Clarke. A. B. Moore, Smith, New Orleans —John Henderson & i Co. , Antelope, Wormwood. Kennebunk—C. Kidder. Belle, Webb, Kleuthera—Butts & Rickets. Brilliant, liindman, for Cuba—Dunnock & Weatherly. • Belle Conway, Spedden, Washington, X. C.—James Sulli- Clara Bell, Parker, Norfolk—W. Applegarth k Son. ('has. Ga<kill, Mariner, Alexandria—W. Rhoads k Son. C. T. Strong, Liscum, New York—Rose k Lyon. Birigo, Cook. Boston—W. Rhoads k Son. I'orely Haines. Rives, X.irfulk—(. Sullivan. Damsel, Uerton. I'hiladelpliia —I. \Y. ISiown k Son. I Exchange, Burch, for sale—Mason Bros. : Empire, Chambers. New Bedford—J. Parkhurst, Jr. & Co. • Ellen fioldshoroiigh, Bunting, Richmond—lV. Applegarth A: Son. Elizabeth, hatch urn, Newborn, N. O.—T. Corner k Sons. | I'. Merwin, Avery, New York—Rose k Lyon. (ieorge Webb, . New York—Morrell & Randall. U.W. Ivrelis, Emerson, Philadelphia —I, W. Brown k 1 Son. * 1 George IV. firice, Palmer. Richmond—Travers k Mitchell. \V. Snow, Richardson, Calais—T. It. Matthews & Son. | Hydrangea. Butler, Essex. i Henry E. Lewis, Mann, North Carolina—Whedbee& Pick inson. [ 11. IV. Collins. Balance. ! Harriet. , for freight—W. Rhoads & Son. j Hugh Chisholm, Taylor, North Carolina—McPougall & Clarke. Hero, Terry, Philadelphia—l. W. Brown & Son Henry Payson. Kldridge. Norfolk—W. Rhoads & Son. Harriet Noal. Stickncy, Richmond—Kelsey & Cray. 11. W. Collins. Ballance, North Carolina— McPougall & Clarke. I Independence, Clifton, North Carolina—McPougall k Clarke. Justina Bandcl, Peterson, Charleston—Pendergast Bros. John Roe. Hammond, New York—Rose k Lyon. ! Julia Martha. Eaton. Calais—T. R. Matthews k Son. | John Griffith, Conklin, St. Jago de Cuba—Kirkland Chase k Co. j Kate Merrill, Wieks, New York—Rose k Lyon. Locust, Thompson, North Carolina—McDougali k Clark. Lucy Pen li. Lay ton, St. Bartholomew—Lans k Moore. Lucinda, Mercer, Norfolk—Bevan. Phillips k Co. Louisiana, Mitchell, Wilmington, N. C.—Mason Bros. Lacon, Bearse, Boston—T. J. Cochran. Margaret Musson, (Br.) Webb, St. Johns, P. R —R. k H. R. Tucker. Mary Ann Hetty, Jones, Norfolk—McDougali k Clarke. Mountaineer, (Br.) Stirling, Halifax—Spence k Reid. Mignionette, Woodo, for freight—W. Rhoads k Son. Mayflower, Strong. Pensacola—TTaslup A Small. | M. M. Freeman, Nickerson, Halifax—J. Corner k Sons, i Mary C. Sumner, Sikes, North Carolina—Whedbee & Dick inson. I North Carolina, Johnson, Providence—Dunnock & Weath erly. Nightingale, Baker. New Bedford—Bevan, Phillips k Co. Nebraska, Purdy, North Carolina—Whedbee k Dickinson. Ocean Bird, Gibbs, Providence—S. Phillips & Co. Pearl, Brown, Bath—Kelsey & Gray, j Petrel, Gayle, San Bias—Friend, Ricketts k Co. i Planet, (Br.) Kinney, Halifax—J. Corner k Sons. Peerless, Patterson, Porto Cabello—Stirling & Ahrens. Rock. McNamara, Norfolk—Travers k Mitchell, j Republic, Kldridge, Boston. ' R. 11. Huntley, Hammond, New York—Rose k Lyon. Royal Oak. Benson, Calais—T. R. Matthews k Son. 1 L. II 11, Conery, Bangor—Kelsey k Gray. ; Sarah L. Stevens, Studley, Boston—T. J. Cochran. Sarah M. Kent, Thompson, Philadelphia—J. W. Brown k Son. ! Somerset, Stirling, Providence—Rose k Lyon. k Sarali, McAlmon, Portland—Kelsey & Gray. Star. Edwards, Bristol, R. I.—Bevan. Phillips k Co. S. G King, Andrews, Alexandria—Master. Sarah k Mary, Mercer, North Carolina—Whedbee k Dick inson. Sophy Collins. Everett, North Carolina—McDougali & Clarke. T. M. Hunter, Phelps, North Carolina—Whedbee k Dick inson. Tahmiroo, Johnson, Machias. Tiger, Saco. ictory, Ludwig, Jacksonville—Perrv, Trowbridge S: Scott. M oodbridge, Watts, for freight—W. Applegarth k Son. Mm. Tyson, M helden, Providence—Heslen & Rogers. Win. Spear. Jones, Norfolk—W. Applegarth k Son. W F Burden, Ferris, Albany. White Foam, Dodge, Providence—S. Phillips k Co. Zephaniuh, Walker, North Carolina—McDougali & Clarke. MOVEMENT OF OCEAN STEAMERS FROM UNITED STATES. Ships Leave For Date. Persia. .New York Liverpool Inly 7 New Y0rk...... New York Glasgow Inly 10 Ariel .New York Southa'n, &c Inly 10 TO ARRIVE. New York Glasgow New York June 12 Ariel Southampton....New York fune 16 Anglo Saxon...Liverpool Quebec lune 16 Fulton Southampton....New York June 30 NEWS FROM UTAH —SALT LAKE MAIL THIRD ARRIVAL. \ From the S t. Joseph (Mo.) West of the 29/A nit ] The mail came in yesterday about 10 o'clock, A. M., just sixteen days from Camp Scott, having left on the 12th. To Mr. Win. 0. Smith (better known on the plains as plain Bill Smith,) the very gen tlemanly route agent, who came in with the mail, we arc indebted for the following particulars: The peace commissioners, together with Gover nor Camming and the postmaster, left. Camp Scott for Salt Lake city on the 2d instant. Nothing had been heard from them up to the time the mail left, though ten days had elapsed, and they were to j send back an express upon their arrival in the city. , As it is only two days' travel (113 miles) between Salt Lake and Camp Scott, it was thought some what strange that nothing had been heard from the i commissioners. The troopg were leaving for the city when the mail left. Gen. Johnston was to start on the 14th. The troops were all in fine health and spirits. Capt. Marcy arrived at Camp Scott on the 20th of May, his men in good health, and all his animals in fine condition. Col. Loring had also arrived from New Mexico. All of Col. Hoffman's supply train has got in. There was no news in camp from Salt Lake later than what was brought by the former mail. Mr. Smith was informed by a gentleman with had been at Salt Lake, and who was reliable, that all the women and children had left for Provost, and that the men, or at least the most of them, re mained in Salt Lake city. Mr. Smith met Major Sedwick about twenty-live miles above Ash Hollow, and another command — name not remembered—ten miles this side. Met Colonel Monroe's artillery at McFallan's Bluffs; General Ilarney, with Captain May's command, on Little Blue, near Pawnee Fork. The fith infantry had gone up Poll Creek, and were opposite Fort Laramie. Mr. S. met mails going outat, South Pass, Ash Hollow, and Thirty-Two Mile creek, this side of Fort Kearney. He also met about fifty English Mormons, who were all well armed, and were trav eling very fast towards Salt Lake. Mr. Smith, as he went out, also met the fifty families that have been heretofore mentioned as leaving Salt Lake, at Green river. Mr. Smith was at Camp Scott nine days. Whilst he was there, one of the Mormons who assisted in burning Majors A Russell's wagons, was taken. He confessed, but relied upon the President's par don, extended to all who would submit. He was finally released. There was considerable snow at Camp Scott on the 10th. The Indians all seem quiet and peace able. It rained almost constantly as the mail came in—roads very bad—grass better than ever before known. FATAI. SHIPWRECK. —The Boston Advertiser pub lishes the annexed account of the loss of the schoon er Laura Frances and three of her crew: The schooner Laura Frances, Capt. 11. W. Bul lock, left Salem last Wednesday morning, 23d ult., about 8 o'clock, P. M., for Rockland. When some forty or fifty miles X. E. of Cape Ann the schooner was struck by a squall, and instantly capsized. Capt. Bullock and a Scotchman named Jacob were on deck at the time, and two voung men from Rockland, named Edward Cobb and Albion Duncan, were in the cabin. Capt. Bullock says he never saw the Scotchman after the schooner capsized, but he succeeded in getting the men out of the cabin, when all three got into the boat, which they got clear from the davits, and held to the schooner by the painter. They lay in this manner an hour or two, when the painter gave way, and they were left at the mercy of the waves, in the boat, without oars, rudder, or anything to guide her. The boat was soon cap sized, and the unfortunate crew were thrown into the water. They succeeded in getting hold of the boat, and got. into it, although it was nearly full of water. The sea was very rough, and the two voung men, Cobb and Duncan, became exhausted, and died before morning. Capt. Bullock remained in the boat nearly 24 hours when he was rescued by a schooner belong ing to Windsor, N. S., and landed at Rockland next day. He was nearly exhausted when taken on board the schooner, and has not fully recovered yet. The Laura Frances was a good vessel of 143 tons burthen, and but six months old. She was valued at $80(10, and was'owned by William McLoon. No insurance. A new style of railroad car has been introduced on the Central Road, Massachusetts. The engine and cars are attached, separated only by a partition three feet thick. The size of the engine-room is nine bv eight feet, and the extreme length id' the train 4GJ4 feet. The boiler can be heated with cold water in thirtv minutes to eighty pounds of steam. The seats in the car are arranged in cabin style, which affords increased standing room. The Philadelphia Inquirer says: The recent stringency of monetary all'airs has caused a de cided decline in the price of real estate in almost every section of our City, and rents have also, in many instances, receded. Small stores and mod erately large dwelling houses, in best localities, continue to rent readily, aud bring fair prices. The number of houses for sale or to rent is now larger than for twenty years past, and the number is daily increasing. Some six or seven families were taken from a garret and the roof of a frail shed, to which they had been driven by the floods on the Illi nois shore, and to which they had been confined for four days, on the Kith ult., by a steamboat sent to aid them from St. Louis, whither they were taken. Commander R. S. Robb has been ordered to the Norfolk Navy Yark, in place of Commander Ford, detached. Commander Robert Handy has been or dered to the command of the rendezvous at Boston, vice Commander Winslow. The Tampa Peninsular, of the 10th instant, says: "Late advices from Fort Myers inform us that Indian signs are yet occasionally seen in the vicinity of that post and old Fort Deynaud. An infant son of a clergyman, named Alexander, has recovered $3,333 damages from the Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad Company, for havino- his hand cut oil' by a train of cars. A crazy man named Bliss, was arrested at Bridge port, Friday, for attempting to murder his mother. He was sent home from the Insane Retreat at Hart ford, as cured, three weeks ago. i Fifty-three students were admitted to member i ship in the Yale College Church last Sunday. LATEST NEWS. TELEGRAMS RECEIVED AT THE OFFICE OF THE DAILY EXCHANGE. Tin* New York Regiment— of One of the Soldiers. WASHINGTON, July 9.—Tlie Seventh Regiment of New York arrived here this morning. The}- report the steamer Ericcson still aground on the Kettle Bottom shoal, eighty miles below the city. She is on hard bottom, and all efforts to get her off had proved unavailing. The several companies are quartered at Brown's National and the United States Hotels. A dispatch from Richmond says that the body of a sol dier of the Guard was found in the river this morning near that city. The only person missing is Laurens Ham ilton of the 6th Company, a grandson of General Alexan der Hamilton. It is supposed that he fell unnoticed from the steamer Glen Cove. The officers are in consultation as to their further proceedings, as they wish to get home on Saturday. They will probably visit Mount Vernon to day. Hamilton's body has been taken charge of by the Richmond Regiment, to be forwarded to New York by the steamer Roanoke this afternoon. [SECOND DISPATCH.] The Regiment was this afternoon reviewed by the Pres ident and Cabinet, and several officers of the army, inclu ding General Jessup, in full uniform, accompanied by Senators Bigler, Gen. Ward B. Burnett, and others. The fine military movements of the regiment elicited the high est praise from them and all the spectators. They were subsequently received by the President and Cabinet in the East room of the White House, where they spent a half hour in introduction and conversation. The Regiment afterwards visited Mount Vernon. They will leave to morrow morning direct for New York. From Washington. WASHINGTON, July 9. —Commander Page, who is desig nated to command the Naval force to he dispatched to Paraguay, had an interview with the Secretary of thOfa vy, to day, on the subject. That Government, it is said, has three effective war-steamers. The first is of great power, and under the management of French Engineers, and commands the navigation of the Parana River. Hence it is deemed important to the suc cess of the Mission that the United States shall be pre pared for all possible emergencies, the President having been clothed by Congress with ample power to enforce all the just demands of our Government. The Secretary of the Interior left this evening for Mis sissippi. and will be absent about a month. The Republican State Convention ALBANY, July B.—The Republican State Committee met in this city at noon to-day. A very exciting session was held until nearly 3p. m. The debate was very warm, the struggle being between those representing the interests of that section of the party desiring the election of but one delegate from each district, and those called Independents, who are supposed to he adverse to the Evening Journal and who wished two delegates elected. After a spirited contest the latter prevailed. On motion of Dewit C. Littlejohn, a resolution was adopted, calling a convention of two delegates from each District, to meet at Syracuse, September 8. Governor King is absent from the city, and the appoint mentof Canal Commissioner in place of Mr. Wallon, de ceased, is not expected to be made before Tuesday. Mr. Douglas ui Toledo, Ohio* TOLEDO, July B. —lion. S. A. Douglas arrived here last evening, and was enthusiastically received by upwards of three thousand citizens, and escorted to his hotel amid the firing of cannons, bands of music, Jfcc. He was addressed on behalf of the citizens l>y l>. o. Morton, and Mr. Douglas responded in a happy manner. A great display of fireworks concluded the festivities. It was one of the greatest demonstrations which ever took place In our city. Explosion anil Loss of Life. PROVIDENCE, R. 1., July B. —An explosion this morning f two steam boilers at the Manchester Print Works, five miles from this city, caused the death of two persons, and scalded a third so badly as to leave no hopes of bis reeov ery. The damage to the property is estimated at $.1,000. Vermont Democratic State Convention. BELLOWS FALLS, Yt., Thursday, July 8, 1858. —The Democratic State Convention assembled here to-day, and nominated Henry Keyes for Governor, Wyllis Lyman for Lieutenant-Governor, and J. T. Thurston for State Treas Kxcursioii to Lake Superior. CHICAGO, July B. —The new steamer Planet takes the Lady Elgin's place in the excursion trip around Lake Sn_ perior, leaving Chicago the 13th, and Collingwood the 17th of July, at 8 P. M. Large Fire at Foinl du Lac, Wis. MILWAUKEE, July B. —Sixteen buildings in Fond dn Lac were destroyed by fire last night. The loss is esti mated at $30,000, of which $15,000 was insured. The fire was the work of an incendiary, who lias been arrested. Stealing slaves. NORFOLK, Va., July 9.— The Captain and erew of the schooner Francis French, tried at the Hustings Court, Smithfleld, in this State, during the present week, for stealing slaves—Thompson, the Steward, pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to the penitentiary for ten years. No News of the Telegraph Cable. ST. JOHN'S, N. F., July 8, 10 A. M.— The weather is clear, fine and warm, and the wind West; but as yet there are no signs of the telegraph cable fleet. CITY INTELLIGENCE. THE MURDER CASE OF YOUXU FARLOW.— Justice Au doun appointed yesterday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. for a hearing in the case of the lad John Wiseman, who is charged with the killing of John T. Farlow, Jr., on Mon day, July sth, at Roberts' <lrove. Lower Canton. The ex amination was to have taken place at the Eastern District Station House, which was early crowded by the friends of both parties. Robert A. McAllister and Wm. 11. Young, Esqrs., appeared as counsel for the accused. In calling over the names of the State's witnesses, it was found that only one or two were present, and that the witnesses for the defence had all obeyed the summons. The Justice sta ted that he was unwilling to proceed with the case, unless all the State's witnesses appeared; he would, how ever, wait a certain length of time, and again call their names, and if they did not all answer, lie would continue the case, and take such measures as would en sure their attendance in future. In the interim, a man appeared at the rail, and stated to the Justice, that his wife had been summoned as a witness for the State, and that he appeared in her stead, simply to state that she knew nothing about the matter. The Justice remarked that it was the woman's duty to obey the State's sum mons, and that it was for him to judge, upon her examina tion, whether she knew anything in relation to the case, or not, and that he should expect her attendance iri obedi ence to the summons. Another man came forward, and said that he had been summoned, hut lie hoped hi.* would he excused, as he was sick, which had delayed him. The names of the witnesses, it then being quarter to five o'clock, were again called with about the same result, only two or three for the State answering to their names. The Justice then stated that he would continue the case, until Tuesday afternoon next at four o'clork, and he wished all the witnesses then present to be punctual in their attendance; as to those who were absent, he would see that they did not fail to appear. The accused was then given in charge of the officer and taken back to jail. He is quite young, very prepossessing in his appearance, and seems to feel keenly the terrible position in which he is placed. He is an apprentice to Mr. John Jones, Philosophical and Matberaathical Instrument maker on Baltimore steeet. who speaks highly of his pre vious deportment, and who takes considerable interest in REAL ESTATE SALES.— Messrs. Adreon k Co., auction eers, yesterday sold at the Exchange Reading Rooms, a lot of ground situated on Lexington street, No. 301. with a front of 25 feet, and a depth of 125 feet, improved with a fine brick dwelling, stable and carriage house—the ground being in fee. It was purchased by A. S. Knight, at $4,450. Messrs. Cannon & Matthews, auctioneers, sold at the same place, a tract of land about thirty miles from Cum berland, known as u White Oak Flat," containing 21-5 acres, unimproved, which was purchased by W. S. Ray nor for $100; a tract containing 50 acres, two miles west of the north branch of the Potomac, in Ryan's Glade set tlement, was purchased by Clark Tor SBS. A lot contain ing 50 acres, one mile and a half north-west from the last named, was purchased by W. S. Raynor for $lO. A tract containing 50 acres on the west side of Big Back Bone Mountain, was purchased by the same party for $lO. One of 50 acres on the same mountain, and near the road lead ing from Clarksburg, Va.. to Cumberland, was purchased by Hand for SSO. A lot of 50 acres near the same road was purchased by W. S. Raynor for $lO. A lot of 50acres on the road loading from tin* National to the X. W. Turn pike, was purchased by Hand for SOS. A lot of 50 acres 011 Deep creek, about one mile east of the Yonhogany riv er, was purchased by Clark for $45. A lot of 50 acres in the Yougli Glades, near Oakland, was purchased by Clark for SOOO. A NOVEL EXHIBITION*. —One of the most novel and ex citing exhibitions ever given in this city, is advertised to come off at the Maryland Institute Hall, 011 Monday even ing by DR. BOYNTON, who has been attracting large audi ences during bis interesting course of lectures. The en tertainment will consist of a selection of the most brilliant, amusing and surprising experiments in Chemistry. Nat ural Philosophy and Electro-Magnetism. He will set water 011 tire, and make a bonfire of ice. Suspend a rod of iron on nothing, and suspend a boy by electricity.— Load a cannon with water and fire it off with an icicle.— Make the water gas-light. Show how the English in tended to blow up the ships at Sevastopol, with a variety of other amusing experiments—the whole to conclude with a Balloon Ascension, with a net and car attached. After this he proposes to exhibit and explain the celebrated painting of the "COURT OF DEATH,"' which has ln;en en gaged expressly for this occasion. So many good things can hardly fail to fill the bouse. Seethe advertisement. THE NEW YORK REGIMENT.— About thirty members of : the New York Regiment of Volunteers arrived in this | city last evening, from Washington, and soon after took their departure by the Philadelphia Railroad, for home. : The remainder of the corps, numbering about four bun dred and eighty persons, will leave Washington at quarter , past five o'clock this morning in a special tiain, arriving in this city quarter before seven. They " ill leave the Camden Station, under escort or the Baltimore City Guards, who have made arrangements for their entertain ment, and will leave for home in the seven and a ha f o'clock train over the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Bal timore Railroad. The Regiment number'ed 010 members when they left New York. One of the members, a grand son of Alexander Hamilton, was drowned at Richmond, I during their visit to that place. PRICE TWO CENTS TRIP OP A BALTIMORE YACHT. —The yacht Contest, un der command of Capt. Edward Kirby, with a crew of ten P rsons, made the trip from Baltimore to Galesvilie, adis , lance of forty five miles in five hours, on Saturday last. During that time she ran ashore a short distance this side of Thomas' Point, and broke her sliding keel and con tinned the voyage with a plank in place thereof. The i .vacht is 22 feet in length and 7 feet beam, anil rarrbs 80 yards of canvass in he* mainsail, with other sails of the same proportion. She is considered as fast as any yacht i of her size here or elsewhere, and has taken prizes in all | tne-recent races in our waters. RESCUED FROM DROWNING. —A little girl by the name of Elizabeth A. Rogers, daughter of Mr. James Rogers, fell into the basin at Hughes' Quay yesterday, anil would have been drowned had it not been for the manly conduct I of Mr. Thomas Brown, who plunged into the water, and rescued the child just as s |„. was sinkillg thi „, time . 1 lie conduct of Mr. Brown is the more commendable from the fact that his own hew as in great peril whilst en j deavoring to save the child. PARADE OP UNITED STATES TRoopg.-The company o I flying artillery, being the only one now stationed at Port I Mcllenry, paraded yesterday, under command of Major French, through some of the principal streets of the city. Police Intelligence. Joseph Bentloy, arrested on the charge of rioting on the corner of Lombard and Boyd streets, a few days since and resisting officer tfuter, underwent a further examina tion before Justice Logan yesterday, and was committed j to jail for Court. Lewis Steward for rioting and drawing a pistol, was committed for Court in default of SI,OOO bail, j Marion Cropp, for assaulting a Mr. Jennings, was released on SI,OOO bail for Court. These parties were all engaged j ih the disturbance whicl r t' o attack upon the < Ranters' Fishing HUIM .iv ,de. Hugh Dunlap w;. . .ig his cart without j license,and wa- 1 ' 1 " j-,.. Justice Ensor. James Co'" - e.rf • rested on Wednesday, was re leased o IIK , 4 ay upon security to appear as a witness jon f,, "P *° of tin* above na nod parties. ' j .arsday, officer Cadimore took into custody Henry yoerts, the son of Isaac G Roberts, who is charged with shooting with a pistol, with intent to kill, Illinois alias Dad Carothers, on the sth of July, during the affray at the I Lower Canton House, lie was taken before Justice Au doun, who released the accused on security for a further ! hearing. William .Tones and G. Washington Brady are still in , Baltimore City Jail, the former charged with the murder of Justice Hugh Morgan, and the latter as bring an ac cessory to it. It is expected that Brady will be rought | before Judge Price at the county Cburt on Monday, and applications made for his release upon hail. | Joseph Bosert was arrested on Thursday night by olfi ■ cers Jackson and Morris, on the charge of heating his j wife. He was held oil security for a further hearing by j Justice Audoun. George W. Ayres was arreted yesterday by officer Bull, j for beating Mary Ann McCabarn, a girl about twelve I years of age. He was committed for Court by Justice Audoun. j John Pigny and Phillip Digny, who are charged by I William B. Davidson witli robbing hint, and with assault i ing hint with intent to kill him, on the sth of July in Bal timore county, were arrested on Thursday by officers Ec cleston. Miller and Whitaker, ami taken before Justice McKinley, who committed them to jail for a further hearing. William Thomas (negro) was arrested yesterday by olfi cer English, charged with stealing two one dollar gold pieces from Waldemore George (negro). He was held for a hearing. James llaslett was arrested by officer Barton, charged with firing a pistol in the street. Fined $1 and costs by Justice Audoun. Ann M. Hensley (negro) was arrested last night by officer Stallings, charged with stealing sundry articles of clothing, the property of Mrs. Lewis. She was held for j a hearing. Illinois Carothers who was shot during the fight, is rap idly recovering and will be able to be out in the early part of the ensuing week. Fires. Yesterday morning between 11 and 12 o'clock, an alarm was gived by the Independent Company, which proceeded j from the partial burning of a lot of staves contained in ! one of the drying houses of Mr. Charles Murdock, inside of the Penitentiary walls. Mr. Murdock is the contractor with the State for the convict labor of tin* Institution in the manufacture of buckets, tubs, &e. The fire originated from accident and was soon extinguished, the loss being about SIOO which falls upon the contractor, the State having no interest whatever in the materials used in this department. L A U r INTEL L 1(1 ENCE. j COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.— Hon. Robert X. Martin, | special Judge. The following business was transacted yesterday : I William Otter vs. John 11. Thomas. An action torecov er for work done and materials furnished. It was in evi- I deuce in this case that the defendant purchased a house j from Jacob Kridler, in an unfinished condition; the plain till' was engaged in plastering the house and before the work was completed Kridler absconded; the dctendent told plaintiff to proceed with the work and he would pay liiui for his services; plaintiff alleges that the promise to pay included a settlement for the whole work performed by hiin. whilst the defendant contends that his obligation was only for Hie work performed subsequently to the ah econding of Kridler, and (hat he is riot responsible for the amount due from Kridler to plaintiff for work done un der a contract bft ween Kridler and plaintiff. Not concluded. Cochrane and Stock bridge for the plaintiff; C. If. Pitts for the defendant. Appeal cases will he taken up to day. CIRCUIT COURT FOR BALTIMORE CITY. —Hon. Win. Geo. , Krehs. Judge. The following business was transacted yesterday: Eber F. Cooke and others r.t. Win. Fennimore Cooke and I others. Exceptions to ratification of sale made by trus i tee. Argued by T. B. Horwilz for exceptant, and Win F. IFrick for trustee. Exceptions sustained in part and the sale set aside. CRIMINAL COURT. —This Court will be in sessit it to day for the transaction of the usual assault and battery cases. The session will commence at II o'clock. NEW YORK NEWS—JULY 9. Billy Mulligan, the exiled Californian, who is to be tried to-day before the General Sessions, for his recent assault upon Hiram N. Webb, Esq., of the San Francisco Vigilance Company, gave bail yesterday in SI,OOO, to answer an as sault made the evening previous upon a Mr. James F. Warren. The Commissioners of Health met on Thursday in the City Hall. In reference to the ship Susanna, recently ar rived from Matanzas, it was decided to permit her and also the Grotto, from Sagua la Grande, to proceed on their voyages after one week's detention at Quarantine, pro vided the persons on hoard should not be in the meantime taken sick with fever. The case of Capt. Do Riviere presented some new fea tures yesterday. He waived the examination on the charge of larceny by giving bail. He was subsequently served with a writ of habeas eorjms, and had an old board bill for himself and wife presented for payment, which throws some light on his antecedents. PHILADELPHIA 9. The Weccacoe Fire Engine Company have resolved to procure a steam fire engine, and for this purpose have up pointed a committee to assist them in procuring the sum of $2,000. The Washington Engine Company,on Wednesday, ap pointed a committee, to make arrangements for the erec tion of a new Steam Engine. At an early hour on Wednesday, Col. J. S. White, in the employ of Lewis Bitting, liquor store, Market street, near Seventh, took a ride with the son of Mr. Bitting, a young lad. The couple proceeded down to the foot of Broad street and crossed over to League Island, tied the horse to a fence, and proceeded out on the pier, which is iu a very dilapidated condition, and commenced throwing planks over to see how fast the tide ran. While thus em ployed, Col. White fell over and was drowned. Coroner Fenner was called upon yesterday morning to hold an inquest upon the lmdy of Catharine Benson, a poor colored woman, who died from want and medical in gleet. The circumstances of the case, as developed before the Coroner, revealed a sad state of misery, such as we fear is too often met with. WASHINGTON NEWS-Juli 9. The Agricultural Bureau of the Patent Office is making preparations to test the cultivation of tea in this country The seed will be preserved in China specially for the pur pose, planted in glass cases and shipped in October. By the time of their arrival here they will have sufficiently sprouted to he set out iu beds. After being tested here, the plants, if successful, will be distributed among the Southern States. Our Government is by no means pleased with the late stringent regulations of France iu regard to vias of Pass ports. By these regulations, a citizen of the United States, after obtaining a passport from his own government, is compelled to appear i/* person before the Diplomatic or Consular Agent in this country, of his Imperial Majesty tie- Emperor of France, and again identify himself, or lie will not be permitted to enter the French territory. The Administration watches with interest every item of news from Utah. Although the general order makes are distribution of the Utah army, yet there was a saving clause, and the War Department is by no means certain that General Harney will not in the exercise of a sound dis cretion press onward to Salt Lake Valley. MARYLAND NEWS. BALTIMORE COINTY. A notice in three of the daily papers of Baltimore, of Monday last, announced that then- would be a court at this place, on Tuesday the6th inst . for the trial of equity ea ses, &c. kc. This notice brought several persons here, who were somewhat disappointed, and were not in very ex cellent humor with the said city papers. It was a mis take by a week. It i< supposed that the Judge will le here on Tuesday next, for the hearing of arguments in equity cases, and for that purpose only. A son of Mr Sibery. aged about 14. was drowned in the Gunpowder, near Dr. Kisteau's, on Sunday the 27th ult., He was in bathing, and went beyond his depth, not being able to swim.— Baltimore County Advocate. WASHINGTON COUNTY. On Saturday last, Mr. Eri Eichelberger, of this town, died in the wheat field of Mr. Joseph Beeler, residing some eight miles south of town. We understand that when the hands left the field for dinner, the dec used did not acconi pany them, but laid down to rest. When the hands re turned, they found him a corpse. He leaves a wife and ten children.— //oyer.down Mail. On Monday last, the Hagerstown Savings Bank de dared a dividend of per cent upon its capital stock for the last six months.— /Zayerxtown Mail. The Boston Journal says:—There will be less traveling and journeying this year from Boston than for a long time previous. Most persons find it diffi cult to sustain one establishment, much less two one in city and another in the country or at the sea shore—so but few. comparatively, will leave the city this summer to board or hire houses away. A great main families, this year, probably more than for manv years, have moved into the country, find Inn- it impossible for them to pay the rent, or hold their houses, if they owned them. The St. Haul (Minnesota) I'mnct r of the Ist in stant, says that some two hundred and fifty carts from Pembina, laden with furs, are encamped on the outskirts of that city, and enough others are expected to swell the number to six hundred. Al together they will bring furs to the value of $50,- 000. The carts are of the most primitive character, and are drawn by oxen and the stunted ponies of the plains. A letter from Frazer's River gives the fol lowing statement of the market at that place : " Pork is selling at $1 per lb.; tiour, 50 cents per lb.: rocker irons, 1 ounce each; picks, $6 each; shovels, $7 each; tea, $4 per lb.; and every thing else in proportion."