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The undersigned ?re gratified in b?ing iblt to MMKHiBoe to tbe public, thit arrangements have bet ii made by which all the leading telegraph linea in tbe Went and South aud Northwest hare boon united iu business interest* The New Orleans a ad Ohio line, extending from N e .v Orleans to Pit isbtirg; the Peoples' lire, from New Orleans to Louisville; ibe two wires, Louisville, Ctnciuuati and Pittsburg line, Biid the Western line from Wheeling aud Pi?ts burg to Baliimore and Wa*hmg'on City, are all direct parties to the contract, securing these ar nynte Ibe union brings the Morse and O'Rielly offices in * tbie city, and all other ci'iwson 'he lines named, together In this city the Morse wires are removed to the O'Reilly office, which will hereafter be known as the Nutioual Telegraph Office Wbile we expee' these arrangements will enh tnoe tbe value of the pro|*rty of the ?everal companies, we know tlie public will be better served in conse quence. without anv increase of expense The lines connected direotly bv this union, con nect alto indirectly with wire* extending over thou sands of miles, and embracing within t heir iron Arms almost every city nud large town iu the United States P? rhaps there is no lines of equal extent in the world or workii g together with equal harmony, aa those radiating fioin tbe Notional telegraph Office here and elsewhere. Their ohartered uauies are as follows : ? 1 Tl:e Pitteburg, Cincinnati and Louisville Telo graph Company 2 The Ohio and Mississippi Telegraph Company ? i/ouisville to St Louis 3 1 he .St. Louix and Chicago Line, having an arm to Ualet-a, and another fiom Chicago to Mil waukie 4 Sbaffncr's Line to Fort I^eavenworth. 6 The Nashville aud St. Louis Telegraph Com 6. The New Orleans and Ohio Telegraph Com pauy. euibracii g all the towns of the Onio aud Mis sissippi rivors. 7 The People's Telegraph Line to Now Orleans. 8. The Ohio, Indiana ami Illinois Telegraph Coni ?iny, connecting the cities of the Wabash aud iami rivers 9. The Cincinnati and Sanduskv Line. Ill The Lake Erie Telegraph Line. * * 11. The Atlantic and Ohio Telegraph Line, Pitts burg to Philadelphia, with two wires 12 The Magnetic Telegraph Company, New York to Washiag'oij. having seven wires 18 The Western Telegraph Company, Baltimore to Wheeling and Wa*hiiigu>n. 14. The Merchant's Line to Boston, with three wijes 10 Tbe Boston and Portland Line. ll? The Portlatid Hulifix Line. 17. The Madison und Indianapolis Lino. Embracing in all 10.824 miles of wire, and transact ing buvinc.-s with harmony and success A message delivered to our office iu this city to any point on tbe various lines is more certain to reach its destination promptly than over auy other wires. With three wires South as far as Louisville, and two from thence to New Orleans and all inter mediate large oitioe, including Memphis, two to St. Louis, two to the lakes direct, and other* by dlver ?ent routes: three to Pittsburg and the BtsLern and lorthetn cities The dupl cate and triplicate wires generally runnirg over different routes, it is hardly Sihsible they should all be down at the same time*, en ce we can promise, with a confidence never heretofore felt bv ourselves, a degree of dispatch, certainty and accuiacy, in *be transaction of busi ness eLtrusted with our offioes, which v ill make telegra piling quite as reliable a mode of oo uaj uni t's t ion as nnv other which can be employed. It sboulri be knowu by the public thit uo Southern telrgiaph busiuess can b<* done in this city, except through tbe National Telegraph office; and thar, every point heretofore reauhed through the Morse and O'Heilly office.-, separated, wll now be reached through tbe one office Ttv? former customers of tht? Morse office arc, therefore invited to continue their custom through the National Telegraph Office W. Tanneh, President New Orloa.is and Ohio Telegraph Company J/MK8 D. liKtn Superintendent of t!iu range of lines from New Orleans to Philadelphia and New York 11. Bishop, Superintendent of L:ike Erie Telegraph Line. By the above, nays the Cttvelniui Plain dealer, of tbe 16th inst , which we take from a Cincinnati paper, it will appear that telegraphing is fast be coming systematized in this country ? a great desi deratum surely. This consolidation of the 0' Iteilly at id ?ior?e lines marks a new era. The O'Reilly line terms to absorb the Morse, as by the uSuvc announcement it is seen that the seven lines center ing at Wufhington are more or less controlled by O KeMly. Pour distinct and s^parato offices in New York city, are entirely controlled by this Hoe, aud most of the telegraphing in the West and Soulh Thia speak* volumes f >r the enterprise of that gentleman and bis trusty superintendents. Tbe next we shall hear of O'lteilly, he ivill he Hashing iniellift DOO back from the shores of the Pacific. United State* Strain Marine (Vrum the Cincinnati Unzeite. June IS ] Its nil that concerns tbe u?e ot s:caui, in locomo tion, the Uni'ed Stares arc now fur iu ad vane ? of any other natiou The subject ha* become, tftore fbre, ono of immense muguitule. ami of corn spond irip importance to the ration To have nil tbe ma terial fuel* for proj ei legislation before thoin. the Senate in Maj , 1850, passed a resolution requesting Mr. Corwin, Secre 'dry of the Treasury, to report tbe nuniWr, tonnage, ?rews. kind of s'.eum, and number of passenger*. ofstenm vessel?, for the l.'ni ted States, for the y< ar ending July 1, 1351. The Secretary appointed intelligent agents to procure this intoimation, and has transmitted to the .Senate (in tbe report now before us.) a complete statement., in all essential or interesting particulars, of the on tin) steam tii urine of toe Uniud States. This report is of great interest to all commercial men, us it con tains a pi-at body of iuforma'i n on the subj c' of Iroiuianee, losses, hazards, huuian movement &e Werugrit to say that the Senate. inadvertently, we j.rihuuie, mad? no order for extra copies, so that those who desire to see it, mu.it make interest with some member of Congress. We can here only ex tract some general facts, which may be of general interest. We shall present these facts in the order the Senate called for them To make these facts more clearly understood, an i especially in reference to the trade and commerce of different section* of tbe Union, the coast was separated from the in terior. and then again subdivided, as will be sceu below ; ? I.? Number awd Tohha^e. A'umter. Ttmnagt Atlantic t'oact Ea?t of Florida Cape. . 106 101.270 Onlf of Mexico, from Cape Florida to Kio Urandc 109 23 244 Taoifx Coaet 51 04,980 Mississippi River. exclusive of the Ohio Basin 25H C7 967 Ohio River and Itasln 349 67.601 Baain of the Northern Lakes 104 tiv.103 Ttalal 1.390 4K1 -?26 This whh the aggregate steam marine of the Uni ted States on tbe 1st of July, 1851, subdivided into the follow iiig classes : ? Numher. Tonnmgt. OrMo Steamers 96 91.476 It-dinar? hKamern 1 046 275.000 Propeller* 119 27 974 Jerry lK*ite 130 22 744 Trie aveiage tounage of stcameri of different ilssaee are if follow#: ? )ccaa BUanww 953 tons average fralnarv Steamer* on the ('oast 215 do. d >. Inhrary Hteamer* on the Lakea 60J da. do. jrdntary SUwan rs oo the Hirers .... 235 do. do. j'roi?llerf on the ( '< m-t ISO do. do fropetten on tt? I-.k. n 3<?2 do. do. It must be observed, however, that the average tonnagi of occ an steamers ha? heon Increasing vtrv rapidly the last two years, so that tho average of all our ocean steamers is now more than 1.000 tons. Indeed not more than oue in four of our oxea.i Steamei* now built is under 1 .000 tons IJetwaen tbe 1st of July. 1861, wh- n the report "terminated, and the present time, more than thirty oc<>ao steam ers (not included in tbe report,) have heon huilt or finished. Of these wc may mention the 1'ioneer, ' the City of I'ittshurg. the f!o!d*u Wat :, tho James Adger, and riamerous otoers. The steam tonnage of t Jsc 1'nited Hiite- i e n*>w more th*o double t b ?r of Ureal Britain ? a great many <<f the British steam ves. els being ,-iiu ciuiil!, uwd only for towing In i884, Oreat Britain I. Ifw-thnn 500 stea<n vessels in 185', she hid l.bl, ?: aitout I80t000 ton Tb? staa a trnmy trf the tJniu d States as stated above, is over four hundred tftjouaund tons The distribution of steamers :n (.he valley of tlie Ohio was ns follows, vi*.: ? Id thvdistrict of Piitsburg 112; of Wheeling. I'?, of C'incin ati, 111; of Louisville, 81; ol Nashville. 18. Tbe distribution in the valley of tho M jsissippi Wan aa follows, VI* : ? Dwtriet of St. l/ouis, 131; of Memphis, 3; Vioks bur*. ?; New Orleans, 113. Tbe distribution in the basin of the lakes was ne follow*. *i*i ? l'i?triot of Burlington, 11; Plattabarg, 6; Og denst'Uig, 4: Markets Harbor, 1; Oswego, 9: R<> oht i'er. 2; Niagara. 1: ItuHalo, 42, Pre^jue Isle, 7: Cleveland, 18; Handusky. 1; Toledo, 4; Detroit, 47. Miobilimacinack, 12; t 'bi. ano, 4. Tbe number on eaeh lake w?? ? On Cbamplain, 17; Ontario, 17, Erie, 114; Straits, 12; Michigan. 14. The distribution of steamers in the principal States of tbe Union was as follows: ? New York. 19W; Pennsylvania, 172; Ohio, I2M; Nlmouri. lilt I>otnsuuia, 113; Alabama, 80; Vir ginia. 71 Kwituek'g <il; New Jer?ey, 5f>; Califor nia ftl; Massai hu OThi, ("onneetieut and Maine, 8J Mors tbu half the steam uiariue buloags to fire Bute# ? New York, PmmjItmU, OhU, MiaMori* ud Louiiiuk. II Ckkwb ? Tbs oAoeraand er*w*of *Uamen M J the coast were distributed as follow*, vis: ? Ocean steamer*, 4,548; ordinary steamer*, 6,111; propellers, 542; ferry boat*. 319. Average crew* of ooean steamer*, 47; of ordlnarr steamers, lfc of propeller*. 8; of ferry boais. 5. Tbe crews of each of the Collins line of steamer* number 136; of tbe Havre line, 92: and of th* j Cbagres line, from 60 to 100? tbe Georgia having i 112 The officers and crews of the interior steam marine were thus : ? . Mississippi Valley, 6,114; Ohio Btiio, 8,338; Lake Basin. 2.b?. Adding ibsse to those given above, and we have 29.067. a* i ho total numhor of officers and crows em plovtd in stcain navigation. ill Lossr.s op Bo ats AMD Livks ? The report sbow* that of the steamers of the interior, on the lakes and rivers, there were lost, in the single year 1*61. 118 sieuuers, and <95 lives. We cannot here analyze tbe cuusts of these disasters? oue of the most interesting things connccted with this inquiry ? but we may note that one- tenth part of the whole number of steamers in the interior were destroyed in a single year, and that this is altogether outside tbe ordiLary wesr and tear. Of all tbe steamers in tbe United States, one-tenth part are annually destroyed by fatal accidents, and, it tb?s goes on for ten years, there will be in that time fourteen hundred steamers ami seven thousand lire* destroyed bv steamboat accidents! This is a contemplation of future evil which ma.v well attract the attention of government and philanthropise. Surely it is not necessary that thousands of lives should be destroyed by accidental burnings and ex plosions, caused by carelessness or igDorancc. in i- (earners It is not steam that causes the evil, fir look at our ruilw tys where the steam locomotive t inverses thirty miles an hour with comoarat.ively few accidents- It is the lamentable disregard paid by the owners ar.o enptuins of the second-rate bouts to the safety tkf life or property. We intend, in a future article, to glance at the onuses of loss ? the amount of property destroyed ? tbe insurance risks? and that most interesting sub ject, the human movement of the United States, ono of the most important topics of inquiry to all railway companies and steamboat owners. The report not being directly on that subject, is, of course, not compete as to tliat branch of the inqui ry But it embraces a much larger body of facts than can be found in any other docuiuont on that (?ubject. In conclusion, we add that the present Secretary of the Treasury, (Mr. Corwin.) has the houor of giving to the public more valuable reports and sta tistics tbnn bus been done by any one sinoe tho days of Hamilton. Disclosures from tbe Interior, with Import ant Prediction and Warning*! " Be ye notdeccivcd, God cannot be mocked! What soever a man sowet.h that shall he ateo reap! Ho that soweth to the flosb, shall of the flesh reap cor ruption; he tliut soweth unto the Spirit, shall of the pirit reap life everlasting to be revealed in this lust time! "Mary will say. Lord, Lord, havo we not made profession of belief in thy namel And tho Lord shall say nn'o them, ]>enart, I never knew yiu! I was hungry, and ye fed me not; I was naked, and ye clothed me not; sick and in prison, and ye visited nie not And they shall say, lA>rd, when, when, when did wc not the *e things unto thee 1 And H<> shall say unto them, Iunsmu<;h as ye did it not unto the lias of these, my little ones, ye did it not unto me! "Wo, wo, wo, unto the rebellious generation, that draweth nigh unto God with their lips. but their hiBrts, their hearts are fur from Him! " Lot not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afruid. Behold! the Lord coinetb; ar.d bis roward is with Him. His messengers go forth into ail portions of the world ? even uuto t tic four winds of tbe firmament. " Prepare ye! O. prepare yo!! O. prepare ye!!! for lie who will come, saiih, ' Surely 1 com-! quickly!' ll''oarnot, little flock, for ic is your Fa ther's good pleasure to give you tlir kingdom.' Cry nloud und fay: O ye criers in Zion, Great is the Iloly One of Universes in the midst of thoo! Lift up thine eyes unto the hills from whence eoinutb thy help! '? The New Jerusalem descendeth out of Heaven, unfolding among theui. Despise not my little ones, saith the Lord: for it were better that a millstone wee tied about the neck of the opposcr, :md 'hat be be cast into tho abyss of waters. Despise not ye ibis m?de of manifestation that I have cbosea: for lo, I stand at the door and kno.'k: if any man heat my voice and open unto me, I will possess h'S buing, und abide in bun, and ho shall not be hurt of tho second death. " O, destruction draweth nigh! The armies of j Apolyon, arising in the sinoku of torment, euoo-n pessetb the City of external greatness anil p.ros i eruusncss. Yet a little while and the sousof men, who do no*, become purified, iu the o?jting out of all iniquity shall ho given up untotheireins; ? and lo, il shiill come to puss in that day. aaith the (rod of Uni verses, that jour bouses and your chambers of festi val, and yom ebituibcrs of marriage, sh ill ho filled with the spirits of the pit, of evil: and ye ?/ho resisted God ntin.il be given up unto the hardness of i the. heart. Let no wan dei-pise these words for bp J Cod lvTith he shall render an account in judgment! ! And row while the Spirit maketh intercession, with groans that cannot be uttered, ? yet while the Spirit |ilea')eth; ? yet a little longer ? humble yourselves? purify yourselves ? consecrate yourselves and be converted; that ye may bo partakers in the resur rection of the just. " O, the Vision of terror oometh! And tho day of destruction draweth nigh! Tho arrow is iu the bow! The trumpet is in the h:>nd! The storm poureth from the vial! The tSuu of prosperity turn eih into night! The moon of health turneth into the curdled blood of corruption! Thestars of human glory are cast down from their firmament! The islands of Government go dowt .beneath the sea! | The mountains of riches ar into the gulf of wMDt! Babylon, the great C'i! *. tho mo'.hor ot' abo minations, cotneth to nought! ? Spirits ol just mini made perfect testily these things unto \uu. Spirits of evil, alone, cry peace, peace a ad sa! tv. nn<! pro gression. and gloriousnrss For, for pcaoe cooioth the sword; ana for progression comet h judgment and for glorioi'sness comcth ghastliuesa of living! "Lo, the deluge, it poureth from o.i high! Lo, the earthquake, it uriseth from below! I.o. tho I estilence, it wingcth from afar! Lo, tho famine. it iioatetb oh wings of swiftness! Ho that, being disobedient, c scape th the pestilence shall fall by the famine. He that being d sobedient, surviveth the sword, shall (all by the lightning! Bat he that neing obedient, suflbreth tribulation, shali never die! Thus is testimony given, and thus shall be lulfi'uu ni made Artrlhc above extremely momentous thrilling. CLd exiroard'nary communication ? to which it will be the height rind depth of wisdom in all mortals to teke hied thereunto ? was giver front tho Interior, by a Spirit Mtssenger from I'arudisi ? through a chosen Medium ? on Friday evening, January 16, 1852 Blessed and holy is ho that litch part in the fiisc resurrection: on sueh tho second doath bath t.o power, but they shall be priests of God an 1 of Christ, mid shall reign with Him a thousand veers (Uev. 2D*, tt ) " Blessed are thoy that do j His coniiuundmc'its, that thoy may have right totho Tree of Lite, and may crfor in through the gates into the City " "He whieh te-tifieth these things sui.h. Surely I come quickly: Am. Kveu so, Come, Lord Jesus " ? H v. 22; 14-20.)? Ed. Hark my soul. It is the l^rd. Ti? tby Saviour hear his word; ?Tckus e peaks. and speaks to ttl< o; " Say poor slaner. iov'st tho* me ' I delivered thee when bound. And when wontidetl hi?iU--d tby wound, Sought ihee wandering. fet tho.' ri^Nt. Turned tby darknesj Into light " Can a m' tber's tender run* <>a?c toward* the child ?lte bar* ' Yes. she may forgetful he. Yet will 1 remember thee ? Mine i? a redeeming ln*e, Higher than the heights abn?, I)ee pel t *- ;i n the depths bwatii, Free and faithful, Mroogas dealU. '? Th"u shalt si e my glory soon, WhUllhe ?oik of grace IS doue, Partner of nf throne >halt be Say poor sinner iov'at thou me. " ?,ord it i? my chief complaint, T'uit my 'or# in wettk mud faint Y ?jt ] i*>' . thee and tidore; 0 i or grr-oe to love ihee mors A rSVHI.A 01 VK.N IN I.KTTKKH ok KIR'S! " Go! scarcely let time intervene Eicipc ttie vales of thatb. Pass from beneuth the cloud of magne ic human glory. Flee to the tuouat.aius wb'iber I direct, Best in their embrace mid in a place insbintiid and appointed of old. There tho 'u?k cloud ol luagnetie death has never -?sted For 1, itif- Lord, have thus decreed, aud in my f irisiso have I aworn, and it shall comc to paa* Tuna waiteth f<>r no man. ?' Far above the power of sin a sturtn is gathering that shall sweep awav the refuge of lies. Com" out ot her, U. my |?eoplef for their sun shall be darken ed, and their moon turneth into blood, and t.heir star* shill fall from their heavon. The Mamson of strength feeleth for the pillars of the temple. Her foundation already inovelh. Her rain stayeth for the teacue of my jieople. "The City of lleliigo kuildeth as a hiding place and a shelter; as the shadow of a great, rock in a weary land; as an asylum for the afflicted: a safety tor those fleeing from the power of s n which pur sueth to destroy In that monntain my people shall rest secure Above it the cloud of glory descend eth. Thence it encomptsseth luo saiats. There angels shall ascend and descend There the soul shall few*! and lie t>atisflcd There is the bread And the waters of life ' And in this mountain shall the Iyord of honts make unto all people a feast of fat things, a fv*n of wines on tho luet, of fat things full of marrow, of wiaee ?a the lee* weB tetaed. AM! Ha will dulny ia tfcia meuataia (hi (Woe ef tha o?- | ndu tut om all people, ud the Tail thai i* ipnu onr all nation* He will iwillov ap death iu victory; and the Lord God mil vrn awar t?ri from off all faces; and the rebuke of Hi* people shall 1 He lake away from off all the earth;? &r the Lord I hath spokoo it ' And I will defend Zion, for she is my chosen There shall the redeemed deawud. ' There shall my people be made one. There shall ?he (lory of the Lord aopear deaoeniing from the taber uaele of the Most High " [The eud is not yet.]" " You are the ohoscn. Go, boar the reproaches of my people. Go without the oauip. Load in the j conquest Vanquish the foe Aa ye hare been ' bidden, meekly obey. Paradise hath n? need of the.-e thing* ye love so dear. For earthly apparel, it obedient, ye shall have garments of righteous ness and salvation. For earthly treasures, ye (th ill gather grapage from your Maker's throne For teurs. ye sIihII have jewels as dew drops from hea ven. For sighs, notes ot celestial melody. For death, ye shaTi have life. For sorrow, y? shall have fulness of joy. Cease, then, thine earthly struggle All ye love, of value, ye sbull r?ti 11 possess. Earth is d? parting The powers and imaginations of men are rolling together like a scroll fiscap ? the wreck ere she leaps into the abyss of wo. Forget not eaob other. Bear with each other. Love eaoh other. Go forth as lambs to the slaughter. For lo'. thy King oometh, and ero thou art slain he shall defend. Kiss the rod that smites thee, and bow chastened at thy Maker's throne." 49 The above Subl;me Heavenly Mindatc and Con. mission, was given to the leader of the Auburn Circle last fall? about "the time of the first ripe grapes "? (Num 13:20) It was given in letters ot naming gold, in space, one word at a timo. till the whole commission was communicated and tran scribed! And about the lirst o' O iiober, the twelve spies started " to spy out the land"? led by Spirits through Ohio into the interior of Virginia, to Moun tain Cove, in Fayette county, wbero the Spirits or dered thcin to Htopand locate? it being ihe place re ferred to in the *' Commission" ! Thin mountain i*, probably, tho place for sotting up the Kingdom of (iod. ? (Dan. 2: -14 ) Also the ptajo for establish ing the Lord's house in the top of the mountains. ? (Isa 2dchnp. and Micoh 4th ohup ) And a pUce for "lifting up an ensign. on 'he mountains " ? (lna. 18: 8.) H ere, it would s'-nui. tlio New Jerusalem is to i>e unfoldod and fonned ? aud Paradise restored? wit'jin the time ef the Millennial Reign of ChrUt and hid Saints upon the eaith! Praised he the n irue of the Lord for over end ever. Let every oroature praise Him- Amen. ? El). llow sweet to reflect on those joys that await me. In yon bli-sful regtrm the haven ol' rest. Where Rlnrilleit spirits witli welcome .ball greet. me. And lead m?' to man-ions prepared f >r the blest; Encircled in light, and with plory enshrouded, 1 My happiuwss perfect mv mind's sky unclouded, I'll In the in tbe ocean of pleasure unbounded. And range with delight through the Kdeu of Lore. While angelic legion*. with harps tuned celestial. Harmoniously join th<> coneurt. of praise. The tai&ts. as they flock from the regions terrestrial, in loud holli iujahs their voices will raise; Then songs to the Lamb shall re echo through heaven. >ly soul will lespond. To Immnnuel be given Ail glory, all honor, all might and dominion. \\ lio brought us through grnce to the Kden of Lore. Then hail, blessed state! hall, ye songsturs of glory! Ye harpers of bliss, descend from above' And we'll mingle our praise inn-hearsing the story. ?' Salvation fiom sorrtuv. through Jesus's love;" Though 'prisoned in earth, yet by au'ielpntion. Already my soul feel* a sweet pr>-lihation L'f joys that wait tie when freed from probation: My luvrt'b now in heaven, the Eden of Love. Expected Commercial Clash In the United Suites. [From the f-oudon <Uobo. June 2 1 Prudent inca, who know tho dangers ofcommer cinl prosperity, are beginning to look for the first 8'gns of a coming cra. li iu the United States Its invariable forei unner ? a general extension of credit txjond what a duo regard to the cuaualties afk-ctiug the fulfilment >jf all commercial engagements vroulu seem to warrant ? has boon broadly apparent for scuie time. The occurrence of some such casualty of suffkior.t magnitude to produce a movement of distrust in any ou? of the grout ecntres of credit, is aloiio wanting to bring about, a close oo-nnaridoa of landing engagements with the means of mooting them. The result of such a comparison, made, as it would bo, in a spirit much less sanguine than that ia which many such engagements nave been, and ure being, entered iuto, would probably end in minking, pretty accurately, the present deviation, if any, from the line of legitimate nnd jtrudeut specu lation. It is not our purpose to excite alarm, but to forrstal it. it is to t-he want of such a comparison art wc allude to, made in time, (hat pecuniary diffi culties, individual and national, aie notoriously and titnost invariably due. Whence ? more especially as notb-ng i^ yet in view indicative of imminent Sanger, or of difficulty iu withdrawing r^radunlly iiu I without !'>us liom ventures nor soundly based ? >ueh present discussion of the subject as may prompt timelj' attention, anil so avert any ou:asion for .ilarni, i.s now, more than at any other time, likoly to prove profitable. And our interest in the com mercial e nditfcn of the United Staios is more than . iC'cient to, justify its careful examination hero. In some r. spects the monetary speculations of the United States resemble those of the same country 1 riorto the disastrous panic of IK57; but they h:.ve a character of their own distinctive enough to ?lc I live the particular preccdcut of any sp-'cial value a4i a warning. The native produce of th> country has lately hi en both abundant aud in good demand. The consequent rapid accumulation of capital in the band.1 of an enterprising people, in a country afford ing extraordinary facilities for enterprise, and cs pccially pninp.i ig to forms of investment in which capital becomes fixed, and not susoeptible of ready conversion, must always bo a soureo of dangor i'iio reason id apparent not only in tho uncertainty attending all attempts to bring the future within the range of present calculation, but mora striliinq; ly in the aptitude of individual speculators, when looking hesond the means within their own coin Luand, to count upon funds aire " ly reckoned upon by others. As scon as a promise to pay i.-- made, the fulfilment of which is not probable, thare is darger. Dut speculation docs not prose .-d fur before promises are made which aro not even in tended to be fulfilled. The speculator in shares in a ne,r company, for instance, often t.ihosmore than lie hopes to jay up: lioping, instead, to sell at a primiuin to somebody with more capital. Hut larger capitalists i'o not wait to take up tho Venturas of tho smaller in numbers gicut cuough to render such hopo? reasonable ; and not being found when looked for, or prossal by numerous competitors for their aid, tno too s-in guine originators of the speculation, <>r those vvno. with means sioiilarly defective, uave br-'U induced to take thoir places, are compelled to slay expendi ture which on the faith of its consistence with the resources of the oountry had come to be regarded a3, vro tnnto , a proof of proS|>crify. At the * nd of tho last year the railways in tno in t)io United Spates ? at tile cud of twenty years from the tiiuo when their ccr.siructiou there wm begun? had a total lo.igth of 10,814 miles. And wo ar* told that those now iu oourso of construction, extend to '0,9t)0 miles lin.il wavs in America are mado quickly a* weU_ as cheaply. Being made quickly, the capital required for their const ruction i* rapiilly < ailed up : and it is, therefore, anything but unreasonable to tfsumo, from these figure* mono, that tho oapitai r?i) lirei to be sunk in railway works and plant within the. uext threo year# ? and the sinking of which oaunot be interrupted except at a loss, me mere contempla tion of which would produce a panic in the share market? is equal to the amount ho spent during the preceding twenty yean And this, assuming that t ne lines already in progress of construction aro alone proceeded with, n.id no others began till they aic completed; ari assumption not consistent with the circumstances which have led to 'his enorm ?us extension of woiks yielding nothing, though pro mising much. Another element of danger is ohsorvnble in the C'alilorni.'in trudo. This resolves itself mainly into a sending of all the neoc?-aries and comforts of til" from the eastern to the wwu rn coast of tho con i nent, in exchange for gold. V.'h? tner the gold oh t a ined pays to, t lie com uiodit iee oon?u med iu oi ingmg it into the murko , is a question r.o' yetans?ercU Assuming that it does, the immediate effect may be allowed to be an increased demand for theso com modities. and, so fur as the demand may he continu ous, n new and legitimate sourco of pioflt to their . p.oducsrs Its ulterior i lfccts ate more ij'n ?tio'ia (do Hut even now tho CaUforuian trade n*s ovi i dently an incidental effect not eonducre to the i safi ty of the American commerce. These who do J not no iu the " diggings" yet sharo. more or Icjs j consciously, the d reams and the feverish desire to get rich in ha-ste which aro carrying so mauy thousands t hero in jur-on. Trie diggers are served with tho nieanti of life by other**, who through that service i share their gains, with much also of their uneer j tuinty In short, the whole trade, and overy opera* , tion in it. fiom the manufactories aud warehouses of j Itowon, New York, and New Orleans, to the stores of San F'ar.i'ieco and tho placers, shares the speeu lativc character of '.he actual search for gold. Aud thus the (rambling rpirit, alwiiynrcady, w here money | is pientuu), to take the lead in tho oomtnoroo of , America, ia, at pn unlucky moment, prompted to dangerous activity by an influence ton m w and too 1 insidious in i?s operation to Do easily detected or i guaided against T he efftct is seen in an exaggerated ostimato not only of piPHsnt iiu-ouie, but id' the endurance and I pmhable growth of tha' income, and an aiHuimulii i ion? particularly visible in the published a/gregato of railway erigagouients, but similarly existing, though less visible, elsewhere- -of prouiines to p*y based ujion these exaggerated estimates A aobw comj nrisoii of the promises with tho means, made now, fbr prudr-nco sake, would either s ^y any i > oresap of the former or oonfirm their (now suspected) ex|s>dienov In any event, time must soon foroe such a comparison. Tfc# anugMMuU for the imaiifailtt if tra veller* tj the Erie Bailroid, for (h? protect muoi, are very oompleto, ud offer unusual facilities U tourists and pleasure travellers, 11 well u to tho<M> whine business require* rapid transit. Six tiain? learn the oity daily? the firat at half-past six in the rooming, running express to Dunkirk, and there connecting, without delay, with safe and awtft steamers for Cleveland, and for Toledo, the termina tion of tbe Michigan Southern Railroad. Br the Cleveland line, passengers are taken through by railroad from Cleveland to Cincinnati io thirty eight Hours from New York, and that, too, without loss of ale* p. By tbe Toledo line, passenger* reach Chicago in about forty-two hours, over the Michi gan Southern Railroad Trains leave Dunkirk for Erie, Pa , several times a day, so that those who prefer travelling by laud eantake iho cars. Pleasure traveller* taking this train, and wishing to stopover nigbt. will find excellent hotels at Bioghamton, Owego, Eltnirn, and Corning, and oan resume their journey in either of the two tnius whioh pass through those places next morning. Persons going to Niagara Falls or to Buffalo can stay over night at either of the three first named places, aud go on next morning, thus avoiding uight travel. The second train leuves at eight o'clock, and ftop at all the statious, aud afford* bettor opportu nities for viewing the magnilioont scenery with which the road abounds, than tne express trains Passen gers by this train can remain over night at the samo places as above, and resume their journey iu the same way. A boat loaves at half past three, taking passen gers for Rockland and Oratigo oounties, by way of Pieruioni, the other trains running through New Jersey This routo affords a pioasaut sail up the North river at an hour when the river scenery is viewed at great advantage The second way train, for all places east of tho Pol aware river, leaves at a quarter before five, and affords persons wishing to spand the night in the country, au opportunity to do so wifrhout loss of husinors time, and return to the oity early next forenoon For the accommodation of thoje w?ho wish to spend Sunday in tho country, and roturn to tht ir business nt an early hour on Monday, a apodal train is run on Monday morning, stopping at all t he stntions, and arriving in the eity at half past eight o'clock The Dight express train leaves at six o'clock, and connects at Dunkirk with a line ot s ife aud elegant steamers, one of which loaves immediately oa tho arrival of tho train for Detroit direct, arriving there iu about thirty- six hours from New York, and connecting there without delay with a train on the Michigan Central Railroad, for Chicago, posting over the whole route from Detroit by daylight. By this train, passengers arc conveyed to Canandaigua, Rochester, Buffalo, and Niagara Falls, leaving thi main line at Eliuira; the trains at that plaoo al ways awaiting the arrival of tbe trains from New Yorlt Another line of boats leaves Dunkirk, oa the arrival ofthis train, for all the nrinoipal ports on Lake Erie ? Erie, Cleveland, Sauatisky, The sixth train is the emigrant and accommoda tion train. whien leaves by steamboat, via Piermoat, at <? o'clock, taking emigrants and second olass pas senders for all points west '1 he trains on the branch roads, which leave tho main line at CheBter, Groat Bend, Owego, Elmira, Corning, and Ilorncllsvillc, all run in connection with the prinoijial trains of tho Erie road, and afford great facilities tor roaehing all portions of tho south orn part of this State and northern Pennsylvania, as well as the western part of New York. Excellent steamboats ply on tho two beautiful t>vin lakes, Se ncea and Cayuga, both of whioh are reached in a short day's ride, all tho way in the cars Tbe arrangements for travel eastward are equally good as thofo westward. In a few weeks, the completion of tho Buffalo and New York City ltailroad (from Hornellsville to Buf falo) will form, in connection with the Erie road, by ?>ui? fifty miles, the shortest route between New York una Buffulo, and, before many months, it is : expect* d the passage between tho two cities will bo ' made by daylight. Two other branch lines, one terminating at Buffalo and tho other at Niagara Falls, are progressing rapidly, and will be finished early next season. Incenpiaripm in Savannah. ? Savannah has boon of lur-e infested with a gang of incendiaries, who have kindled fires in all parts nftho city. An extra wutch has been established, and all possible precau tion taken to sccure tho safety of property, and the detec'ion of tho miscreants who have lightod the firce One roan has been arrested on suspicion, but there L. no conclusive evidence of his guilt. Stock Sales. Fini.Anci.riuA, June 22 ? (Reported by Barker. Brothart 6 Co ).- Fir,( 4*<>urd? S3.0M) tt?adiug ti n, 70. : .'l.OoO Kt?i uir hal.roaa llortKMO 6>. '<3, ?5'.,: 1,1*10 dp, j5 USX; 1,000 do. '11 ??, 963-i; 1,1100 do, *43, hft, Oi'i: IdOfH) Pennsyl vania .Vs, ! 9>4: 2 iOO N..rrl??0?n ltailroad (?'?, 11K?; 2,0u'l Al leghany County 6'n !>S. 10011 United htatoa #'?, 'OS. c;-.p, l?"Jai 1 ?00 North Au)?ri?aC><al Company 6 a, 70)4; 13 i<!><%r -.a Cbi-apeake and Del* warn t'auai, lO'i)-; 100 Lung I ila.,1 W*i!road 10 100 Beading Kaifoad, 11; a; ISO do, cash IP,; 7 r?nr sr'vani* Knl'roa 1. ?!!'?; 50 \ortli America Coal C >>n ra?>. l/**; 100 Morris Canal cn?h. 1 fi'f; 22 Pil'cl statu 3Ji: -*00 Cirard Bank, 13; 2 North Am?ria? Oa ik, l.V. 1 oo, Ifiu'd! Mechanic*' Uaok, 1 . 1? , 31. Petmern HihiiJh ? $I,UH Camden aud Amboy Kaiir >*d fl'a, '70. cniU, 1C,; I (AO Beading ?>'?. '70, b5 and ln'..-rc?t S.H..'; l.OOT.lo.S'JJdj 4,(i00 do, b5 8.1 ; 5,000 Schuy) kill Navigation 0'(, 'tB intr.-t on, It;1,,: ls,(K)0 t ity hailroaaO's c&p lOifj; 103*nar4? Raid ing Ra'troart, 15 and interest, 12; 200 do 42, I'N) M ?r.-la Ca nal. 1- 11 0 do. b&wn. 18?f; 50do, b3. ls\;. S< r-jnd Ho ir-l? fl 000 ."V'tCi America Cowl (i'<, 7oJi; 2.l0tl I'io<* Katlroad B<.ru.,7pc,l??t'; 1,000 Heading G'< i J, e'i, S!'3,: 1,0011 do, .?WV| 1 l<X $cliu;lkl i N aviation Morti?r? o'n, 'G'J, .10; fi.001no O'-, int n >t i IT 51?^; 30 ihar?B Kcadin.* Itnlroad, l."^: 3S0 Ho. ei'i. liV; 78 Pentu;, Watiia Kiiiriad, II 'a; flli N. rlli Atr.o rlca ('< al Cnmpan), 12?j 10Cho>anoa*t?! -nd Dela -aro ( a nit!. 100; 10 ParD?.vivanIaB >nk. 119; 2 r ii.unnrciil Bank, 02; After Hoard ? $3,000 Penn?ylv?nia fi'?. t>5 !'! '?; 7.i|"0 d t. tS, ff' 3 - : 41 ?l areti North Aroori n Cull Compaoy. 12'^: $1 Ooil Sclniyliill NavUati u 6'?. 'CS, int.cr^n', oa, 57; 100 shar*? Kesoiun Railroad, bfiwn, U irket firm. Ilal.TivoKk, J nor 11.? Stock tioirn ? (1,000 Baltiiiore and 01 iu Hai'road Htinda, Ivo 07'u; ,r>0 aharei llattimor^ a-id OMo Krilrod, t<2\: W Vork and Cumberland Railrial, time, 21>4i 7# do. ll-Ji; 25 do, time, 2l'a: 75 do, time, 21,'?; At Ike Botrd thin day Maryland ?j*n oloicd at 105 bid; B .1 tlu.ort- 6't. 1^90. iUlk bid, liifi'^ acked: Baltimore and O'do Hailrean Binds, IV75, 98V tdd. 111 atVod; dr., 1M), itT'^'hid, 9T7,: npki 1!; do rfaarea, K2t^ bid. v2*( s -ked: Y-irk and (Juni b*-r!a-id Balln.ad, tOijf bid, 2ii'j| a?Kndj liaUimoro and 8u? qvehanaa Jti.ilroad, 30 bid. 'i2'4ajked. Married, On P?nd?y trpTtli>i? .InnoSO, by the Roy. Mr. MoOlel luQ JOHM y l)V M M tO MaIIV A*M OlLMORt:, dtHtghtcr of Francis t. ? iiiuro. . i.11 thlJ city. Un Tuciday moruii c .tun*' 22. by the Rev. K. H. Cha piii. Mr UmvARn P. Nt r>'. to ML-"< Isabella A., second daughter of the l.vir l?:wc I both of this city. On Wnlncfday. Juste ltf .1* St. Peter's Church Caceno ila MadI>ou county. Nov Vork by the Rev. A P.Smith, Giotui. C. IIai t. ' I*.* y , el' byovi" Wayne county. Now Vork, to A \i a v n a . eldo-t duu !.' rof .Indues Dows, Esq , of tbe former place. In the i Ity ? f tVn hingUm ou Wednesday, Juue 2. at tlic Chuf h of tbe Kj lj'hany. l?y the He* J. W. French, rector. Can?t?.k l)hr,w\r. V . of New Vork. to Km r. K?i;i,mh. daughter of Cupt:uu Vt'tlllam Maymidicr. (J. 8. winy. IMrd, In ProoHyn, on Mouday morning' June 21, Fus* At r.i ?i Li. ,ovo. aged 1 month and J 8 days, only von of TbomtiK C ?t J Garolinc Lloyd. Limerick p." porn please copy. ( ii *1onilny, Juno 21, suddenly. John Lawhitck Hi f.r, a(.'od ,r9 years lli-t relutivi'H nnd friends nrc invited to attend his funo rnl. from tbe residence of hit *it. Ij. M. Ilyor. 107 Hous ton Ktrwt. tain afternoon, at o'clock, lli.s remains will be interred in Oreenwooil Cemcti ry. Orarigo county papers please copy. On Tuesday morning, June 22 Caroline, wife of James Kearby in tho !>M year of her age. Her frieurts and thoso of the family, " I so the member* of l>ttane Street Methodist fcplscopal Church. a'? invited to attend her funeral, from her tale residence, 12 Laicht rtrrt, this afteraoou, nt !l o'clock, licr remains will be ttifteii to Greenwood tor lnt< rni.-ut. On Tuesdiy, Juno of consumption Mi" M?nv Finwi.' H. 1 iicoi.iiAi.il daughter of >lr I'. and Julia lilr.geruid nnd granddaughter of tlic late P.ler t, 'onion, of Alnnstii i< n county or Kildare. Ireland, aged 111 yearn and months. 1 be f:it ml* of the f.iraily are respectfully invited to at tend her fumti.l. tlilf morning at i o'clock. from the reni dei'fe of h' r ta'hct . 3W1 Bowery. Tile DnMm F , ??mnri'a Jouma' please c<)py. On M> iidiiy ev.tiing. June 21. Thomas W. Osborx, in tlie 40' b y? ?r i f ld? age 1 he niiii'i* ot the family are respectfully invited to ntt no hix funeral this m'ernoon. at 2 o'clock, from tbe rori.U tiee oj lit, mother, at lielliHirt. bong Island. On 'I ue-oay moiling. Juue 22 after a severe and pain fill ill T.- Jci.tA Lmux, wife of John Dwyer, lu the 28ih )\?r o? hi t age. '1 he tela lives anil fHcnd* of the family arc respectfully itivitid to attend her funeral, this afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from I tr I ale residence. 76 llob.nson street On l'UMday m< inmg June 22. after a short an<l severe Ulin'.-f, Oiuhok W . l 'i>? in ihs .t??th year of his ago The retail*.* Hint l/leudnof Ihi- ta ully are re-ipeetfillly invited to attend Ins fuuerai without fnrtliur invitation, ilus nfteifcoon at & o'clock, from his laie renidenoe, &2 Kaai Hfleenth Hirwet On Monday eveuinif. Jane 21 Richaro Rust. Ills fun. ral will bike place this af em. sin. at 2 o'clock, fiom bis laie rw-i.lvuce M< Pineapple ilroat I'raiklyn Ills ren.aiiis will be taken to Greenwood Cemetery foi inter* meat. On Tuesday morning June 22 *ft?r a lingering Illness, David I'i mi oh In the blst year ot lii> age. Ills relatives and I'rieinb. of tbe family, also the mem bers of Htanton street liaptist t'liurcb. are re?p?ctfully inviti d to attend bis fun>ral from tiis late resldnnue, No. & rih< rlfl street, this afterii.Km, at 2 o clock. Ills remain, will be lahi-n to wyprees llilts. On Tuesday. June 22. Mm A*** (Iakftt, only daughter ol llartbotomew and Margaret Gatlney, aged 1 )ear Mimnihh aud & days 1 be relat ives and Irieudsof the family are respectfully ii.viu.i to attend her funeral, from h..r father* residen ??. ltd Twenty fifth street between Kirst and 8ecoml ave nues. this afternoon, at bait p?st 2 ? cltK-k. After a eh. rt illness. pAiaicia Bradt, In the lOSth year of his age Ills r. latlves. and the ftlends of his son. M iohtel Brady hImi of his daughter. Mrs 0. Hares. ar? invii.sl to atton.l hiafumral to- uiorrow afWnoon. at 4 o clock, Iroin tbe residence of bis ilau?l ter IS4 <lre?ne sir-et. On Monday motning. Jun? 21. stidd.-nly. at the United Hta i* HomI. Mrs. MmxhiI ?iH> of 'iaptato George Mi4 cher. of ship Karah I'tnitig on, a?o<l HO yuara Pith ami Portlaad pape rs plmuw eopy On A pi II 'if. at sea. . If the oo?-t ot I'ern, on l>oard tk l) nited flat ?w store ship douihampton. Johi Trum?ull L.vmmat, ot orwioh, GonneoUcut, aged SI yean ? iBITIHI tITBLblQIIOBi li? Una Bats Fob hrtk kali .. .J?a? U??fH . . Jaaelt . itlMili LltW(Hl...JttiiU ..Vtt Twk. WashJiuitoa Br???? J in* 18. ..New T?rk. tfuin* ......... .N??-T?n. . .Jim H. ?OlM|if, ftwihi Mw-Turt. ..JiwM. HtTMt. ft*. City *1 QUiftw. . . Philadelphia. J aa? J* ..Liverpool. Iillh New Ti.f*,, .JaaolS. ..Liverpool VtillTM B??-T?rk .JurV ..HwOfUm, lartM Miv-Twk ..JotrN...Uf?raML Cortes .Now-York. .. July I. ..Risk'* Vaited State* ?ew-T .vk .Jnly I . Asplay Franklin New York.. Julv 3. ..Havre. Nn'tkir* Mutt .. New -York. .Jnly 5 Saa Jo**. .AaptawalL 8u FraneUee. Cortai7'" i gaiud ?? ? ?,w-York. ..Jul, I ?, fc W fraaliu? -- S''-* * .Jnly , ' * J.VJMfaUa. FORT OF NBW YORK. JUNE 22, 1862. OIntmL Stranthip Wsn Put, Mark*. New Orloana, E Lincoln It Co. | htiii Eureka Welsh, Saa Frauolsoe, Chambers ft lleiter. Ship Costello, Watt* Bio I'laad, J W Blwell ft Co. Ship Prince Arthur (Br) Dixon, Quebec, P ft D Fowler. Bark Maria Magdalena (Dutoh), Pop kin, Rotterdam, Boa aen, Graven At Co. ? Hark Aatoinetta (Sic), Ealla, Rio Jaaeire, Chamberlain It R?Mi,*on. Bark llerrietta Sophia (Br), RUery, Carribonpolnt, T W . Bayard ft Co. Bark anna Mooka (Br), Payne, St Stephen*, J L It D R De Wolfe. I Brig Kogcland (Nor). Jonaven,. Stavanger, Funch ft M'inoke Brig Florence. Gage. Zssa. J W El well At Co. Brig iKnlna, Pratt. Jacksonville M R Caroahan. Bru Cnshcoc, Lowrv Doboy Inland Ladd Ik Churoh. Brig Mary Pierce, Mitchell, Wilmington, Del, R P Book k Co Brie Billow (Br), Steven*, Windsor J 8 Whitnej ft Co. Sohr A J Do Roiaett, Brswstei, Wild lngtoa, Dolsor t Potter 8ot<r Monte CrUto, Wright, Richmond, Van Braat It Slaght. Sehr Alice. Wink* Baltimore, Mailler ft Lord. S''t r Gen Yi aile, Maroh Frankfort R P Buck It Co. Steamer Erie Norman, Pliiadolphta, W 11 Thompson. 8loop F Brown, Gardner. Providence. Arrived. 8te?m*bip Alabama, Ladlow, Savannah, with mdse and passeagers, to S L IfitoMU June 20. SH PM, Hatteraa SW 14 miles, exchanged ?igual* with aehr Virginian. tiea?e fur Skvaunah. and brU Il?raee 8ro?l?y. heaue for Jacksonville; aaue oay. 7 PU. llatteras N 12 mile*, exohangod signal* with * team ship* Florida, henoe for Savannah, and Union, lionre for Charleei on. Steamship Marion. Berry. Charleston. M hour*, with ml<o and passousers, to 8pofford, TUeston ft Co. Cane over the Bar Saturday 7 PM. Slip A Z, Chandler, Liverpool. May7, with m<lse and 2W passengers, to Zerega ft Co. June 2, on the Banks spoke flstlng sehr Emma ?? Latham, of Kennebnn It, reported fl?h very *oaroe; same time, passed Br ship Orinoco, bound K. The A /. haa bad liaht wind* aad calms the whole passago, and ha* hail a pilot on board four day*. Sblo Rappahannock, Cuahinc. Liverpool. May IS, with mt)i>e and MX) passengers, to KSpragne ft Son. May Irt, off Cork. saw ship Caroline Nosmith, from Liverpool fir Pid'a delpliia: 28lh, lat 40 37. Ion 37 passed Fr brig Bllen Ms-is, bound W; June 13 5 PM, lat 41 10, Ion 67 C? VT, .<a? stoam ?bip Arc in. henoe for Liverpool Ship Julia Boward B .Ikley, Liverpool. May 29, with mdso and 286 passenger*, to W ft J TTap?oo't ft Co. June 4 lat MSI, Ion *4. in a heavy Hijua'l from W^W, oarri<<u away cross jack yard 9th. 8 PM, passed a large steamship with four maul* fleering B (Great Britain): 11th lat. it 40, loa 58 27 passed Br brig Fame, with emizrant* bound W: 14th, 6 PM lat 4230 Ion ol, puned a large ateamahlp bound E! (the Arctic). btoip Glpay ( Br), Oover, Liverpool, 3C days, with coal and 321 patHpnucr*. to Itliua. Ship William Tell (pkt). Funk, Davre, May 20. with mdse and A00 pnscengers to Boyd ft llincken. May 29 lat 4 J. V, len 30 30. exchanged vignals with a shin bound W. sh< wiug a blue flag with a white cross and rod ball in the centre: no date, lat 46 46. Ion ,10 45, sreke Dutoh brig Jacklioo ft Kliie, from Amsterdam for N Ycrk 15 d?y* out; 30th, lat t6 41 Ion 3.1 20, exohangod signals with a ship showing a bio'e signal vith white ball in tnc centre, bound 31st. lat 46 2V Ion 34 A3, exchanged signals with a London packet ship ahowlng Griswold's signal hound W. Ship Janet Kidhton (Br), Darel. Bremen, 48 days, in bll la?t. with 27P pafsengcr*. to M W Rnsoh waller Ship Epaminocdas (of Boston ). White Hmrrna, April 23. passed Cil raltar May IS with mdse to E Dntilh He Co _ May 1ft, off ( ape do Gat, exohanged signals with shin E?sex. W>lsh from Genoa for Adra. Jnne 18. lit 40 10, Ion 66 30, passed brig Jessn tr?m Boston for Mataaia*. Ship Sullivan, Edwards, Charleston, 4 day*, with cotton, to T Wardle. Bark Repeater (Br). Kirkpatrick, Liverpool. 59 day*, with iron avd 140 pa**er>ger* to order. Bark Londonderry (Br), Bnrr. Glasgow, 61 day*, with pig Iron and 133 pamenger* to T MoDonald. Bri<c Lead beater ( Br ) Palmer, Shield*, 73 days, with coal, to Barolay ft Livingston Bark Ichanna Elite (Ham). Troutmann, Hamburg. 31 days, with mdsv and 192 pessenners. to W Von Sohet ft Co. Bark Element (Br) Kenney, Clonfnegos, 17 days, with tugar ro order; vessel to J B ft R A Hamilton ft Co. Bark Harvest, Kir-hols, .'?'msnnsh 6 day*, with notton, to Sturges. Clearman ft Co. .1 one 19, lat % 40 Ion 74 30. Geo Connoley. seaman, aged 16 years, diriiof iaflammatioa of the train. Brie Eleanor (Ham), Bsthen Hamburg. 45 days, ia bal last. with 94 passengers, to Bcoh ft Knnharlt Brig Cere* (Prns), Steinortb, Hamburg. 61 day*, la bal last. with SH passeugers, to Beoh ft Kunhardt. Brig Neptune (Old ). Schweikse, Bremen, 43 day*, In bal last, with 110 passengers, to Poppt^ ft Co, Bri- Thomas ( Br). Taylor, Bordeaux, 61 days, with wine and brandy, to Thompson ft Co. Hrtg Vandalla, Williams, Santa Crai, 34 day*, with sngar and molasses, to Kesmlth ft S ns. BrigR Russell, Mayo. Zar.a 22 days, with *ogar and mo lai-ses to o?oer; vessel to R P Bnck ft Co. Brig Helen Mar (Br), Card, Windsor, N3, 12 day*, with plaster, to master. Brig Express (Br), Dnprie, ?, 17 days, with Ssh, to Rodin k Dinwiddle. Brig Brownsville. Rogers, Bratos St J ago, with hide* to B?tcr. June 10. lat 2350, Ion 82, spoke ship Sarah, from Mobile for Antwerp 10 days out Brig Ttbee. Ferguson, Charleston, 4 days, with cotton, to G Bulkloy. liri;- Buena Vista, Dean*, Wilmington, NC, 8 days, with lmi.bi r and naval stores. Brig Rio Grande, Porter, Klngstoa, NY, for an Eastorc P#*t. lialllot Anna Elizabeth (Duteh). De Joage. Youghal (Trc lsnd), 58 tisys in ballast with 75passenreri to order. June li>. lat 40 24, Ion 67 22, spoke Br ship Indian Ooean henoe tor Liverpool. Schr Matilda (Br), Letlanc, Prince Edward Island, 21 dnyx with uats and potatoes, to A Leary. Vchr ?'hk? A Stetson (of New Haven), Miller Blcuthcra, 7 cats, with pineapples, to C Ackorly. .lane 18, AI>a?oa I <yfct bearing 8W 21 miles passed brig J Pitt-tor-, steering \ SW; 18th, lnt 3034, Ion 77s spuke wha iog brij L Brace, 1 . ubg, freni Trovineetown. 1% mot out clean Schr .1 Darling (of Brookhaven), WilUrd, Savannah, S dais, with cotton, to master. 8<:kr Matilda E Well*, Oiitfing, Charleston, 5 dayo, with cotton, lo N L McCready ft Co. S' hr South Carolina. Attridge, Newborn, NC, S day*, with naml store*. Sihr Bertha Burton, Plymouth NC. 5 diy*. Sehr Henry M Smith. .Tonkins Fredorioluburg, 4 days. Sohr Camilla. Bryard. Brantlywine. 3 days. Sehr Tionesta. Eaton, Kingston ipr Boston. Sel.r Orion, Iliilse. Boston for Rondout. Sohr Mary Wall, Cutler 8 days. t-ehr Augustus, Hodgdon Luboo, 8 days, S'-hr Southerner. I'lke. Lubeo Sehr Moxart, Tarbox. Eastport. 8 day*. Sehr Rio. Derrick. Mac Li as 6 days. Solir hobt Miller Creaner Calais, 10 day*. Fehr Rlepmond, Pltoher. Calsls. 8 day*. 8<*lr Kodford Loud, Calais 8 days. Sohr Pnel.aw. Pitcher, Calais, 8 days. Sehr Ma*r A Rowland, Kayntr, Brookhaven for Phl'adol pl.la Sohr Ota* W lientloy. Mills. Brookhaven for Philadelphia. S^hr f > iiornvu, W ass. columl la Me. 9 days. S' lir I . . i 1 1 ' it 1 1 1 Cotton. Millbridse. 18 days. Sehr r's t h. Was ? Addison, 10 day*. S'iir Falern, i nr. Mtllbridge lOdsys. 8fi.r N C IJ .1.1, J. ms, Jonosboro'. 9 day*. Sloop Ti t B Hawkins, Jones, Proyldonoe for Rondout. Below, trig Cuet.'aa, 40 days from Bremen, with passengers. Sailed, Steamship Wis ''enn. Miraa. New Orleanij ships Eureka (i liT'tor), Welsh, SFraBSuco; l'riaco Arthur ( Br), Dixon, yne.bec. Wind at sunnot West. The roport of ship Br ship Enterprise arrived on Sunday from Liverpool, should havu read ship Emigrant. Price Hx" The Charleston Courier aud Southern Standard wilt accept our thanks tor slips in advanoo of their tegular pub lications. Tclc|r?phlc Marine Report*. UorroN. June 22. Arrived? Ship Sath Sprnrue, Calcutta; oarke tVcutuao con. 11am a; lU'dmuiKi, MOrl>'*ri!>; Ufa Jnoup Philadelphia: bug* Clittotj ( llr), Liverpool, sterling Car.ienas, Hideout, AloxnnJiia: Jeijr.j Ln d. ?Kor? . a .'bra Harlot*.* uaivea?.on; Carillne Urant, Norlolk: buran iltiaton, and ;??ptune, Phil &d?lrMa: \t jll?w, ami Bfmtun, do; A liruwn Allmiy. Cloared? Ship Pn ufln.ru Croaa. HI raiiol?coj hrl^d E^vp' ian, Duritn-; Am Mtria, Wiimintmn Nt , cehr Star. IV York. Bi'.migkp ikt, Jane 21 Arrived? Br brlgk Hnnder. Card, Nova Scotia, Rebecca, Mernan., do; achr John Beneon. do. Niw Oiileaws, June IS, 1M2. Arilvid? P' ip 11 II Boody, Boston. Norfolk, June 21. Airivtd? Bria Trnxillo. NYork. lit. raid dlniliie l)ui ret|wiiaMit'?i CmuuiLrHK June 21-4 Fl, Awived? SUanmliip City ot >o? Yrrk, Itnw B ?ton; I bnga Ltbi, Letu.au, Nto-?; Mary Porkmn, ivioaeraon do; | JtamanUlo. Hrliey Portland, Vincent ilruwu, Harriett, i Boatok; Viator far*, PortMiiouti ; a hr? Attui >tr?iut. | Peaie?, (luk)iDia PK, Mail, Cobb Proiinuetuwa, tl W <l*n | oj. l.nitroj , Mudlirrt; Si.| i>rb. atli, M. nu n, L'nona, 1 Cnutch. Norwich; M C Turball I'ayuuiii. HinrK; Win 0?1 | lver, Hhuur I urtlnno. t'inn. Z Btrattoa Hairy, N York; I Ju Ii l/epnty, H ii >nii<i>, llnaiiin; Stml Huuiton. M noho.i, i do, I. n tli baitey, Ulovei N Vork: Sei.eoa, Brown. N teifori ; I 11 W Well)n?un Veil*, It Y..rk; Uonrrfia, Pet'mat 11. ??? vat pah; Julia, VatiKlllor. Wilmington AC. ti F Btknr, j llcLaii|thliL, t.i.?rie?t?i.; Uarvoat, (ti*>w, I rluidad, Cuba, C >r I vulo, hua laid N Y . rk; i,at i.aru.i*, Bahcr, B.iatm.. K.i T.i ?i.? CUd, Coraon. I'r -videnco; ttjlMfaSa Delano n; Sara toga. sippla Fall Klvtr; Fhoa Patten, Clark Nrtcifur : J Tr man. Tuttle, Providenoo; J Fcrollih, Tomlin. Nnwich; laabil, William*. New Korhelle; B Frink, fiiuk B.iatoi.; Mar) A ii i. a. Haley, I'r videnov. t.Kared? Jlt-aniahipa City of Pitmhrr* StoteaUrr* an J Kent i bi r, Clark, N Y ink; hrUs V mtor. Park, W ?rrra ttnwn, Bait'ett, aid I .em Leeinan, B. mot; aahra Km t> omd . r , 1 lit id, Saml Boulion, Merrhou. Uop?t<>n l?ei?. n, Thia P- iter Clark, J Tiuman. Tuttle, ana U W VYohli-ntu, Wel a llo ton. Superb, Knath and J K < r .mob i ml n. Ner*ivh;Mail, Cobb. WellHaet, K J Murder Kubluaun S*l?a; M C lur'RII, Itajunui. Jim Lybiandt. B?ll, and Aeoeca Broun, I'rovidenoe. Stiattos Haloy, Riim.ui nd Ja? ?i. ? y Wiii-imta. aim Kutli llalnoy, Cilu-er UlKbton Kli ovfn-ei.0, CuriioD, briatfil HI Cnrvuln K>?lani NYi r*; U Ftiiik. Fi ink. Hnxbori.; I>ahul!a, VYUUama, Pawtoekit; baiateKR, Si.ipla, i * ??n?ioh. Niaecllanrituk, 8mip KaT* Ha^ ta (..r 1'rotldvnee) from NVork. Jan 31, fur Can r i am ircn. betora repi.rtfd t..ui h. d at Valiiaraln'i/Vi h tilt, had lori Jib Imom lure tut'gallant maat. head aaua, 4to, vl.eu (.r alioM not r-tated. Bk srun ClUU from Philadelphia for R*Kne<l lilef ahandi.bxd altT lootait Mitn aln| Havre off IS mtuekut hi (inla, nil the deieliot echr repi.'rle.t <>n|<)louo?*t> r oa sua da> mortili g. In tow oft*" fehia lhny raaenad the harbor aamc i. ay. Car^o BOO t r HMI bbl? floor and a?me Cora. SpoHea. Steamiblp Atlantic. Weat. hence for Livarpool, Juae 9, aff I"* ? ' I <???! ? nMi W eetmorelard, from NOrlcaa* for Liverpool, J aae II, lat Inn 77 slip hcibui k (new), Waldan, frcm Boaton Feb 4, for 8 FraiidlM o ?a> panfieu "eh IV, no la>. Ac by toa argeatr a, wi Ich eld from salmi Feb 7. and ?tr?'. Mi>nt#vide<? * pril S. sldpHnu* Squall. Bur i?y, from Boatufc Jan 17, for Uunfl* lulu AinlZ. ell * ape Horn. ? . , ?Mp Artm, Cur;i< ?. l?om Boatnn April 25, for Vatparal<? (the >lilp with J F C in private i>i?nai), an aean May 7, lat Sd 13 N . lot. 3? ? , ? , . Brig Ll'iian, .,f and tr< m Buckapatt for Panaacota, Jun? ir>. lat ;a. ion i u :/>. Whalemen. Air at New Bedford aiet, ai.lp Cbiaa, Il?we?, PaciSc ^ Pa"* oftba earfO of ah p Garonne of *ad frr New Ue^furd, tr. in San" ? lob I. lam' i. I?f..r? Pe|?tted enndemaed at Kit Jat eito arratNRi.a Saturday, to aolir U II M ut?*uo. ?|ai ,\j| t.unnlca b. mo, from tht Fav. rite Fll. 4 Hn 4? <>,"??? , I'r .' Idei.oi; f'l do di? 0 I1 H 1 1 1 1 . n a dtoa; IV dn rto Jel^ nr-"n SB, I d? do, F?)i<i? Mi, f.rt do. Moi.iinjanoia, 4n| :'7 do o< tn tarlo, do, |H ca?k< u|l nitrkto C (in a dia ?tone) in ? ael. do markod II I U (in a diamond), 7 do d ? n tr <kn ( ondi r NB. 1 do da, l'bt?l?. da la all ab >ui lltim lti? l>?iie and bale oil ao a> Vaiparaien lla? 2, I'arafion NaUaa. Nan, 19 daya (r*a V a^Oit ia, MO WMa up all, a?d roaiautaa lUvk. ??? 2i winm JWJzrxx sazf ?* "??'??? ????? JtXXzSzi'i #4 I^o?M? A Nu,kw? - aui^. PaLrArr. Jure 7. ****** pair Ml* proeaaJ !? a few daya. pmMt' *?l **?i1 ??? bOkDSAVX. June JJ? Hid Lodlbtp 8kinn*# Pl>ll? j.i-1.1? SKa^"*' "*?"> "*? """.."nirSulSjJSj *?, to for Charleston; Ktna for NOrleaaa; Sharo? Arlla Ut#V ?sa?! SK Ss BaU. (&?"?? W0,n,d >>? <">?deBn?d). harks B a Cha,!? Murk una; Orelwi "''wr^ Oronoc# <*??>? &?* Ua'^aJ^ah Wlu^fT P l^Au Sto**, for Dm tained hints 6th by brad ?l?d H*r*n?> for raa4jr, <U B^toa1"' wti o4rg#; uen iur,o?' ?ftrt ?.BAl Jnnel^5ohr,fL be A beo n a N(i u .beo " D# 4_A" Ny*ph' M#bU*- ?" *K Cardiff- ,hip ** H?bl P?* **??* TU(, d.ys"*1?' JuDe 4-8ohr Ti0?*. CroweU, fat NY.rk I# Bull (bo data) ? Sid Lord Higmrt, NYnrk ,, B **** Juua fr?CId V aurluae, Gilchrist, N York, 814 Mk. taaca. liulmof. ('add and the UStatas. ~ In port Sth Petrel. Lewi*, f r Boston 2fith; Ju L Bamrt. St Denis. lolansbee. do 18th: R>loo. Doano do do: , 1<? Ship Arkansas Otla. for Cowaa. ohar teed at i.1 18, carries 3IA0 boxes. 81a 9th b?rk Ki? Wit ;fdr,S"r,1 tol0?', for Por.Und J.i pf r l.hd of 110 galls carries 450; 13th, aohr inwiiauiL Br. wd Cardenas to load for Button. Antaiaatt* I.I v KB POOL. June 7? Arr ship* Constitution, BrlUon an* Underwriter Shipie*. NVork. 8ld ?th. John Ba"u Ri',k?r Vhd 'li ii ' WT,,rk' Cor"? "Mnire CharleatoS B e??Vng LWerp^.ol dtaten I.landjVh, Mary A. .ah. AdVM\Tfl Viae' VeotT^r BoTon mht'll^^ ??? lor do 16th: J G Colley, Smith, for NYor* 18th? """ llaroh ?*IJ? m' i"*' i?~~t uP Loni"?' Do<1*e- '*?? Bosto* 8 1*, ? ntT d?' 5' ilanto, Stipoon, from Boston Peb I. arr April SW era proreoded itme da y for Bueaoi Avraa. *?? not lo fiort at JM Itb nit. aa prertun?l? stated. B* ti^^dg ?ngarat'$r j?* *bo*^ oaMlet'ijW^o'z^S'ba^ ho/j 0'^ U* P?r hOd. Sawpojir, Jane 6-Sld Ida. Balnea. SPraBotsoo. V.t^Tz, .Tore S? 8'd Alfred, Jubert. N York. (chlle)? May6-81d bark Iakbella, Baa. phrev. (from porta abuve) Boston, PoRT ay Phikce Jane 4- Bxrk Cha? A Le*. Sarner far Philadelphia 6 day?; brl<* Iaahella Kee i, Rice froiaaadtoc t iS,'W S Wlnor. tloim?a from a ad for B*a ton lUdaya; eeht* Mauaon Mauaon, fr im and for da It la h?? ?r,J,>I,r?m 'rd/or N York About IS dnye; Siaia. Daa ^.ciV 2'^rkk;?VrU,Ie,.,d;:feo^o,.Ufcd '?rWork JNYork:SBof Tr"ub' lUSSS^' dV'HSd Ba^I hio Janeiro, May 1C ? Bark Ottawa, Brooka, for N B?d oo?demaed''' W,t 01 ??r8? ot "tip Garoaae, of MB, KiMEnoa no date ? Br bark Dee, Bar as aa. fer N York M da>?; and othtra aa before. ^ *r a Ior* 14 guHDEnLAnD June 4? Std Seoret, NYork. JohB,*NB' June 6?81(1 Auckland, Montreal; Agenorla, 8t 8t jt pi drews Jone 8? Arr bark Bighlacd Mtrt ff Tarkr bri* E?-bo do; 12th, Br bark Btltuna, oo **rkj T^8T?^H;',? NBDJnB# 5-Arr.hip W D Sewall, SmaU. W ion '<i* m *i0n lPi|"e- do: Sth stlP R ohan, bean. Baila rMu.i.v!r . Thamea, Rennie. do; brig. Roliaaoe. do. IS "? Frontier Hi?rt Bftrbndoet. i,i ^ R"f,D^D? JUD0 * R Hnitim, Snow, for Bottom ldg; Br achr Orion. Anderion. do do. KV,AAPArAK* "6 Steamcbip 8 8 Lowla, Baker from J" ? ork March 6, via Rio Janeiro about April 12 jutt arr t^r fan Juan del Sod few daya; ship Dauntiea., Milf"r, f?7k.a! ton ?la porta on the ooast. nno bri? Premont Laifirl.aaal ?itb a cargo of Braill wood for England, put ba?k o? ao oount of haTingaprnng aleak at tea. M Home Port#* f,nne *?? Arrachr Montrose, Lewla, NTork. Old britts Arlal. Canlinld Madeira; Jonephua, H'iltoa 8a TaL^ohr. J W Bcllow,. ClarlT M id* letuirn; B Br? w*l fu?' 71 II , ?l?op Inoreaae, Simp.oa. H.-.i-? Win oh . fn-m" (?aTla<??* "hip F"-U' ?' "*U BOSTON Juno 21? Arr ship Queon Victoria lot NTorkt. p^?o.H,0 ,i?J blk*k? Orient*1 (of Boston), bail, s^VAm fWladelphia; brigt Sea Belle &*r rimftn. do; Mar* Budnon (Br). Walton N*w cant!* ? +J5i ?J ?o^re Charles (Br) (lanlan, Limoriok 6th ult flu An. Stovor, Oouaivfs 4th Inst; Geo Kdvard, filiia and M?oh?? a Stln;,AhJU?^ph^: ? L S^ren., RoUlLa.Vd "2.^ i hi. y'.,?iiJn?oI%<t Co- K>d6r' Ny"'k- Cld ahipa BVa! * .?.Dg ^un*; Amaranth B.haon Cape Town O H ^ C?,?P" ?Wf Witch of the WaraT Tay Saai X"* KeT H "'t; bri? Alto, 8penoer, iiyiih" 8t,am?hip Jan Adger. Dickinson NTork tsfrsrrixusr *"? u,u- ^-?b8?v2ms l?<,|'.I|?b!^U^thJ j"t 1 77SM T,,.r,,f?!)B C""?PtoB. Sharp. PM cordiBKt^ ll?d) " Rauaol"h- "?k?. J? (or Oardlair. aa RS a.J,,rc?,l7? ArT '"'n* St*r, Nickoraon PMIa. LL R inv E RIUj,Trllk^" ' c*'1, i*tt. NYork. U*J j? IVER.. Jure JO? Arr cclir Ud?(1,i|? PhiudAinku B?.r.tr,S:"enM- &'d 19lh' '0hr ? Durfei, Lt W RS, June 21, <! P M-Tbe bark l. r.rt . ?",ebc2ui;?uVhA*bHrr,;,n i^h"k.and ? i I i ^ i oomii/ in. Th? Lur^na fr?tVe8 the ?1'1' V0MBl" ln h?bor. Wind freU LI l.tC, Jure If. ? Arr irhri Leopard. Wllnoz anJ p^.. )':JkfNYnofk MMlialen ,M"d<- s?d Wth. ..nr'a T^rlT rSt rirf^Ki,Lli:oiT',B V UrA,rr b*rk Elisabeth. Voone NYork bowr'^AobXH^ Ml"thon- -? p^.T.r^ip Rttisffitf Mr ,K Julia M fiall.ck. Ackley do. Cld shins IV m \Ylrt "sam'nla^ Mallctt, NYork ' PrtiUon "ill H.lW8i.Jinne '^~Arr h?rk? Arondal ( Narwl, n ilXn i , & M.riha P.lleas. Wil! fo . d "r"wn">? ( f'.rom) Poppo dr-mon ; Almede. Br?w-r. Cardiff W. At> days; brif < L >la ( p) Ca.au, liavnna tjdays; Dnipblne (8 wed i, Piiklnnearr Rio Jai elro 51 days; ana. Auld, ">an Juaa Nio id lu.t? riri.r i"",i Ru?tan I - laud 4 dsyi.; Mary Rl*- ' Ni? i ^ O "*'"na 6th Inst; Amphi'vit. Flllista Saa Jaan ''land. 12 day!, U.low, up. i!r, Ril' lsM|r? Cld ..hips Aigo4oP fa'nlla. Ilarrj oi.a; Aaia, Mai well, LiTerp.nl: ' Tlohon' BtNYvr; b"rk? N C Buchanan, Moley* liostOB, Ard'niiea, Lxn.tcrt Marreilles: IndlaiaJ \r.tt< 8?ltrh"n?::,,,t,'"g- n?""MM ?''rie.ua; brig *P 8 o u j ,irR"^r>. Steelman, 8t Pi.rr^ i/T.!* ! ' .,,r ??an' uion Tair.rivo. ^ kiue Sav^nVaf -' Jlh ?jl*0<'2'' ,?"ow' Boston; Jnnlea. lr? mup, omannal,; sclira VF in R I'mil.m vv a? u . ? ? (Sard)' ifLilcteei^^Kr f-.Stt' R'vork com;,"t UP> "?an>?hip Bcnj PraakUa". fr?? 7thTMMClift!ntbASwPl!lnl!'V,L0,,4U kB<1 bark Delpbos; SmicV birk A."1"*1 ,D ' ? bt,? Vi0??"a. ?th '.hip P?.fd?l - n? r:s rV. NV ill i" F A 'hHnv; W fal month II urban* ? ? ' f:Bn, * u Aflam?. Nantn-ikst lor liaitiin ,r? n""rJ- N"rfolk; g? oibk., Tor VhiVleirhu'aTih.7.V1^Arr ,0',r" C1"k- ^ brU AtlauUo. bu<*ll. BatbadoM- sehrs Bo t B o f! ' """"'I Pre?idenco. Renown Haaer, t i P'_. ?* Meri-er, Robiison NYork Amh?.a.4.,? wi'ss do-0Vartdrl lM * rt'rry Uo"t"n: ''and- Jan^ ??s?. do, Fai tur hi dy. do i-elir* ?ei l E,,wli?h ll *??? tot w'w ?;.,frSiirhrf,,fc,w#,aU-* 8uff 'k B ?* tor, vi w Htsmar-'. ( Krk Na. tu-s t; II K We>t .n U.i.. 3,-e"n"- '"??*?** w, n! n'sVnt^n1' J",n.!""T4Tt r- A,IU >?a(ro- ( ,f WoKner. Chnrl?)tfUc?; M?rr l)%???)n Riiw kh. a I R /"'"'J afneket: sloop* ftawl rnr i"si rT ( h*.?' ?!;dN5h(!?k. a' rr' A I'P'.by, ..4 l'f'RTL?ND. Jnne IP? Vld l arks Oil Pell.. w E Hut n^. ?h.; J.h. Avii.: c. ? lkt ?MI; M(i c',r WJZ r5^Uam.!,;:,.i. rnul^,:.'' " h- lm ? -b? NY*rVNAAl1' J"'"? "" C:,J Urk Fct,:r n *-T' If-tb? cm lark Zl r. Havnolds Bost>a sohr< J f 1r iwn. Cnb,r'' "r,,r^ ''ark J'ttw Oenlll ll .e, NY-rk ?ALr,V si oil'* 19 - ? A rr >a ?? 1? ? NV,,.k vim. ?V,D Ww PM'ard U taihnil I'hilt fptohla f. i.D Ju'?IH Hla#0, " ? L.yhlii, Nor ???Ik !<?'? Marv R Bsru< 7, 'r"tu I'r vi I nee > r V.tinu Wf nt ont this mnrnlnr htt? nturn d lo the sforonoa, wl?4 htiad (and rtmain^d i'M 80th). PwMdltfl* ArrtTftf rn*ni.r.flTrn? M <-\oi ? 'lot, n if <V*wf H f.nJ larty, M>>4 a f i ra^'ord Mm* .1 *t ^rnwford, Hf - K 1 Fm ft I) Oonttli). C h*Ti i . u M N> ?imi, R il Johtj.'in. J C WiHuior>? .1 A n*'lio J W Ofcl rat, I1' !??' Il Utrtt <1i"|ia, H A Sh'ioh. II '.<> m K I* Or-tnf . I 'isr-m, Itr S fl (ir ni oll Mm? K *r Oopklnr. M' s il U"Nh M>?? ?< It Ktinh W P Crawford C T PnlWri, G A Pollftfd N ll?rr.< *nl Ik'lf, i Ml#' C Dunkan, Mini Jumei. Ml?? ' ''midt, ur -tohmli'i, W 0 Andernon. H W (?ttlllt*alt?o M >??<?? C?mi "llr>i4 inr>4 i. L*ni lK. W J W H ('rwl Mr, C?l ? ?. '.tr? Km H Mi** I>< ><??!, Mi* Atkio* T M A n ntin .f II Vi ? uhr tV (i brook J B Saahrnoii. Mi-' 4 S ftbrnnk, Mi .UK M(?jc ?m4 *et vaot. Hr? W Supr iok ?thI J (' T.> riitm !?1j fttid two ? I lidrrn, O ?? If. II RaiMtMr ?) J K Trm! t|oj. , ? three oMlnr> n m d two iT??ot?, m?*t>r J A WW i\if. <J Hurt, nv 0?*ftna<% D R CuMiU- 3# in th? ?t?era?? f-AVA^ naii ? Hecn m All ; u Aiahnmo? Mi>? li?rn'.'< Mr* Wfl- I ?<n.Mr*lj R Rum M r* 1'hoinn* and elil n Mm Ri omHin ? p? ?rrv*nt, Re? H It Wyr ?nd lady J WTi?r. Mi?? (IiHV JLW-eka l?cj, child ?nd ??*r ??nt Nn A r ^Xir *w? ohll dr< n ? fill ?<r a Hi' J II Ij'iw l?Hy. two ?hil<irAn and "?rT*ut, J fl Lnod R W Lund ? il *?>r?arit. H D ? frni Itlr, tfi On(|dri? inn J W Wi>dd H O WmI, Mr? M<** (Hmi-'i-ad M WilonT Indy. four oMIdren ftnd ??<????*. ? 0 B*fpWK II Wiloox .1 II WIH.O*, C r vr.loox. H m *ni<???, ? 1> Irawll, W Cr iwdfr laoy and ohild L C M?Km. C Brnnk ??? MraTtnr ton. M?? lhttri"?in. Mi? Kyin f ?lnd<etV R ll??i Ing J M ^ooofr .1 W W II M Ttoii S Ol?f*? hev II 8nxinn. J V K ?nrd , C O'OonnAT. S Shnr*?ll ??d U if S X W?IH. y Hot * ?tihr?l. P CVCoiinfir K T Rll't?|[?, > O Rtirnll N K Rarnun . J Rarniim. I?r O Hlw??(?ll, 0 Car pci t<*r. 8 Am' l4 B H S'ow 11 In tli" atiM'raK*. l(HDrll- Packet >hlp Win T?H ? Mr and Mr? Sehaaffnt-, oMI' ?rd fn??an*. Mr llnnnlna, Mr Wh(pn>, f H* i I K?T"l?? Ship Hn1l|?an ? i Hamilton, J O Oarlltk, III* M R W|,||d?n Mia* S ? Rliharda Vi-. J ft TafMr n?vanoan-nark Barret? M*?fr? Maitla nad K-i|f? ti Iti tba btc<'ra?r. PaaMiifri'i flailed* Ni?Om i???-V'a?iNf W m I'enn- Mr R*m, Mlu La h?n Mri< Mm'th Mr Co>oau<t and two alill Iran. Mr ?k*w t A (illiwn T lift Can'.*, atfuftjid four oliildr??, If UftnaU? II la tli* n'.scrftgl.