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w?l B?nka ut InMiili OmmmOML _ Ifrnto the New Haven Oeorter, May M. j Wnnre ebUged to Mr . Oototoisakmar Noy??Tnr M ^ Buk OwlMtown' Repjrt tar the year J at w*tal pww, Ml Ik* MMMMMtl rf whicoTour bank* bad tan ~T Wanting circalation of 610,000,000; the eudcoa oOUnotl ?f poblic ??Umm omri a sudden eontrac oo ? currency, which proved a aonree of grant temporary MtainowuL Or the first a*r of July the circulation Of Ike htiki of thin tele * $i0,411.003; oo the first of Jmr try it wis rod need to 04,100,'*6, ? contraction of ooor 04,000,COO, ad moot of whwh took pnoe between Mm Oirot of Augutt Mil the first of November, rhe ability M the banks to tuatoin tbemaelves, wlthORt brwaklng taewa their easterners. under a oontrnotioa so unprecedented, exhibited a degree of eoandnese and stability which aaest piece them high hi the oonfidence of the poblic of lb* and other jfoloi Web bot few excepOona, they oontlnaed to redeem thstr setrs m Boston and New York, and to pay specie at tovir banking bouse until the general suspension of the hank* >n Now York and Boalon, which took plaoa cn the 14th cf October. On the 16th most of the btnka of this HUM taepeuded specie payment, bat in a major uy of oases ounuuued their redemptkia in boston or New York, thus keeping the currency of this State from depreciation, and anaa>u>g all pans oi the country possessing It to go forward m the bquidaltcn of their debts, without sutfenng tuna from the currenct of Connecticut. Of the nine banks abariertd by the last legislature only the .tttna, Per ebants an t Manufacturers' of Hartford, and Bank of Net walk, bare gone into operation. Frier to the general suspension several banks beosme tarnrrassed The Harford County Bank, as early as B?ptember, was arable to provide for an outstanding circulation of $440 COO, and an exam,nation showed great mismanag- ment and duplicity on the part of the directors, harge ciaie ?, amounting to one instance to over 680 000, had beet eni rt ly our ceiled by btlng plac d 10 tbe^names of responsible pan mo, under as agreement that they atauuiu be bold harmless. It ether Isttucw targe amounts of debts, the character of whieh the commissioners could knew nothing about without investigations out of the bank, were rnprwtikxl by the directors 10 be good and wrailubie, when in fact It was evident to them Met they were either worthless or neerly so. notwithstanding this the direoiort declared a dlvideud lmt .lulj, whtreopon the conimnsioners obialned an injunction and tutu itceiver* appointed. By goo! management the back has been relieved, with the loss of half its capital, and has been allowed to resume lie business with 1*00,000 stock. It is a question ol some imporUnoe to determine who shall pay the $fl 000 or $7,000, In notee ef this hank, stolen by W. S. Carter, a clerk in the treaswry department The Bank of North Ami rica, at Seymour, which had beta the subject of remark in the previous report of the W>mm> isle iters. was found in September last to have kaaed large sums out of the State, on unavallab.e security, leaving the hank without the means to redeem its circulatna Its general management was bad, suipnded debt increased, and capita) clock Impaired. Its immediate labilities were over $70 000, and they had on hand only $1,071t In specie An Injunction was lssuod. On the lOtb as April the caae was called up, and It was found the receivers had reduced the liabilities of the bank for circulation. deposits and balances, down to $48,641. Thj assets of the bank now amount k> $169,too. The mmisnioners say that the Exchange Bank of Bart fnrd bad carried a heavy amount of protested paper of a doubtful character lor a series of years. It is their opinio* that the baxk should have oeased to make dividends mere than two years ago. A dividend was passed in J:uinary, 1657, but m July of that year a dividend of 4 per ?ent was declared and paid. As this dividend impaired lie capital the oommisaioEer* consider It to have been Injudicious and Illegal. A further examination developed defalcation of about $26,000 in the accounts of the ashler. This dtvelopement indicated great carelessness a the part of the aflloers and directors of the hank, lor the defalcation had extended through several years, and mi-ibt have been exposed, had the monthly statements been examined and Usted with their own books. At the time the baik wae enjomed its liabilities amounted to $260,000, and their specie funds were reduced down to ? ? 'w nnen we uauk resume1 spec e paymcnin its Natalities were reduced to >141,811, and their available ' funds amounted to 967,000. It >u largely secured against ultimate loss by collaterals. It has from the beginning Indulged in the illegal and dangerous practice of buying paper in New York, and In February last It declared a dividend, though It had on hand over 11100,000 of pretested paper. The Mercantile Bank, at first embarrassed by the failure of its correspondent in Sew York, will not sustain losses affluent u> seriously impair its capital. as to the Colchester Bank, the c immiratoners, after the changes in its administration, by direction of the last legislature, were still unsatiided wlib Its condition. In September it cea>ed Its redemptions In Boa tin and was discredited In hew Yora. Its general circulation at that time, by Ma teoks, ess 9 14,000, of which 96,000 had been redeemed by New York hanks: but this waa evidently not tha real condition of affaire. On the 3d of Desember an examination wa? made again, and it was found that Oaehier V. E. Jones had caused to be prlntel from the original plains, by a firm of lithographers in Hartford, billa amouuticg to 9101,1(8, a fart of which the president. Stabler and directors must have been fully aware. The wimissionors looked upon this transaction as fraudulent, applied for an lrjunction, an I had lanes arrested In New York; but be waa released before the proper papers could be procured Irom He Governor. J. 0. Buell, tnc furmer ('resident, testified that be had signed a quantity of notes wi-hout keeping any record of the amount or number, and that Jones bad taken them away, prominog to deliver thrm up, but bad never done so The amount of the irregular usue is supposed to be over 9100,060, but at only 98.000 of it has been presented for redempthm, It has probably not been put extensively into circulation. The nreet* of the bans will bo sufficient to protect its creditors, but the stockholders will suffer largely. It is now being wtur 4 up bv reivtvem Tbe Granite Batk sw ndle was one of the most deliberate frauds ever utder-aken in this State Tbe first 10 per rent of tbe capital , aid in was paid beck by the divert* re, and tbe pavmett of the 40 per cent wrai "a mere Eret*bce," the money used being the bills of broken soks and worthless checks <? hank* out of the Stele, ' and tbe real managers who furnished the means of pay j M> of the Stata rtc b?nk pretended thkt it had taau-"l [ ?< bill* but It wu foimd that ooo bat been ?ldu*<J 1 ml could not be pr d iced. Outside partes were dietr uctiug these el. fbo headquarter* of the oncern were is e drinklrg saloon lo New York, ke|* under the ant of Preeoott At Co Snmuel Werner, of Ohio. Alex eeaer Mlt'er, of Bnfle o, eel Ro?w?U C Ivck, of Hertford . ere held on bell for trie) br'oro the Superior < ourt e* Windham county en parties connected w to the Hrenite ink An injatcAon wee greeted on the 10 h of laet November; tta circulation ie reduood to $3,000. end the u * ta end unpen alwk will enebir the reoalvora to protect U>? pqbltc from lone The Ihchlteld Hank started Irregularly, without e bona Jidr nepitet The coinmi ent er* checked Ita opereUnua. aad oaus-d e rhenxe In II* r til era, end the paimsnt of n $ na /!< t cerb onpitel of $6o.o00, with which It la now home a lefitinieie bneioeaa (Re of the most flagrant violation* of tbe banking laws ef toe bu<e la In he caae of the t)ainaebaqg Bank, of N'orw rb. which uniformly keepn a l"*s amount of apede on heed than the la* requires. It also loana too great an amount to individual* and lo parties oat or the Mate, end laat lieoember d bad $?J> <oo under pro'eat, on wbtth ite taaea will be large Tbe -aeturket, Norwich, 1'nca*, Irvn, Norfolk. Win-led Saora'uck. Ke'mert' (Brldieport), Dnnbnry. Pnhqnl ike. ManufvHarere' (derby), Wmdbero, Wale, bury, hiddler. x county, Mtddietcwn, Mete. Mere .eat* end Manufacturers' (Hartford). Home, Meridrn, Clinton oty (Bridgeport). Whaling. Commerce MyeliC Ri*er. leweu Ciiy, RortTilie, Connect cat River, end Stafford Heaka ere alao reported aa having, mora or laaa, frequently violated tome p ovwloa or provision* of tbe lew, generally by loanwf km much to director* or pa-tlee out oi tbe State, keeping loo little specie end buying broken peper at large diaoounta Tbe Pbcrnlx Bant of Uartterd baa a suapended debt of $347,214, growing on' of Ineat to Berry dwigbt and the Chicago and Miaeiaaiptii timed, frt w&wh must reealta large loea, and wh r.b. In ibe op Eion o( tbe ontnmiv* nera, made tbe payment of a a it id en (I laet March of doubtful expedieacy, If aot Illegal <f tbe bark* in New Haven the nommfastooer* eay ? Tbe condition of the New Haven County Bink ban not materially a:t>ce It ffH Brat reprrieJ to toe liff niMort ID |\m. k me port en of Ike debta due the beak have been ad )erad by taking therefor it direct internet la the real ea (Me. located la Bk oklyn. N. V. Tina arrang- meot r jeered ?U7.1116 of the l?w gbl debt, and to pr^ect file latere* be beak la obliged to pay u pioprrtioo of the Intereet poo the flrat mortgagee npon the property a'ao, ita aiare of taxee aad aeeeeemeeta 'or improreiaeate There Mroo ieartaa" rapidly aad laatyaar amooated t > IIf,,000, wb'cb lajluded, howen r, a aoaali paynaant to the ft ret mtageaa Tb? (iirectora bate been rarefol at all tuner to keep at oommard available mean* eiifTiient to proUrt the bill haloen and rtepneitore But It la not lo barmooy with tba eot'orm policy of tb? Stale to aUoe a baek ao fealty <! greeted to repre??rt ao large a caplUtl aim* In tba apijioe of t be c nmtattoner* the capital id ibo back ah mid he retard to a proper leyel, or ita afftlm planed ! la I o nidation The City Baek of New I la ret, with a rorplne of 172,7M?, ha? ela<> aa ti>tef?t la tbo Brooklyn prepetty, amount eg to MO.1*2 aad they bare a<ao uxpttc'ed debt* tad bnoda am iiatirg IO 1130 3M. aiaktog au-tol of I'.'1,000 of aearta kiw unavailable Their k?aee uader three ar-et*, la the opinion of the no mm ire we ere, will more then retire their eorptua, and reader It ncreaaarv to defer the trek log of dividend* for a ? limited time, In order to reelore the beak to Ite full sepl tai Thai bat k declare J a dividend of three j?er nent la Joe nary, wit < b w? dr> nol oou?i<l?r It Iil4 thai a' iipy legally to do Ttir- Mrrhmt* Rack of Vow Ffnrra . with eerplna of (4.1 000. bw on tn'efrot o tlio aame property in Fagoklya, Wmouatirg In (TO 4 8 too* boo* olw impended <1et?ia tl tll H I'Wghl. It . Mil the CbiflOtCO U<1 MWnoappi Ra irneri. MM'ui tinK to (100,000, rout i'f * l"Ui '>1 (1*0,000 ta inia'teiite >'>mi Tb? aurptw of thte bank 'boald beraHlrayi ltd dividend* <i ??nafd ,.ntn n,#if to riwtore 1, Tht* bonk oiao am 0 dividend of 3 per rent In .iMlUOfy, Without, D OUT lipmlon. the legal OP: i|y Vl do M. k ffoJro In Kmiau. VBR WAR IT ROUT *<uTT ? roi H WW* KILt WD A.KD !?IX wot WDRII?All nORAWR AHOr. [Orirreapon i?i r? of the St 1/niM ItepnbllrMi 1 WaevroiiT, May 13, l?M I roa-*1ved a copy of ih? Firt H on /Vinotr(0, edited by fret- HMo fOM iroro I 'ennayl t an * ?ol<h cooflrmi lb* 1 wowi of nbolition oai'r??<* pmi yim to my wt H aim Detain an acvy.unt of en<v>tiM?r n (eptaro An ? a". MID I 't I i lid * 1'nted loom I parr of B'.r > ro?ry i mee In the atmy ? young aol t alter iia.nl Jlvin MUoroitt waa m ru y? 0<Ud ho I Ho' l>CO c ted It te ?o? kbHWD ?b?tb?r My Of Ule othrr p* ?? were MUeal or rot Tl?ej aw opai TV totted \ h ? ? bar.he ? * with 'apt A Oaman, and bid writ* to ( ?T? It '.be r?rty tbkt OttOrkel loo Won; a A ynUemaa who ormod hrre ?e (ley aiya lialae' kt>' iiv IV t-nope a *f.?.id.-t.-rV ha 1 ? ' wt,ii h f>or dengoont worn killed and am ? t 1 ->a ah'i Thta wM OWWH p >eee of 1 (h rty I ti "<*. ** troop* at jtrlrrd by fbrty ibo' i'orWta Who ytl tv? |i?ll?f f the (fbt ] 1 ? a|?' ih t i t.rrff r white hot f i on rot Touch far Ml h true I v a err ae't-rj# ah a f, ;.0d may < lata : to ti.un eutit- of lnfh tKpoianoe t 3 n* B?I1 Cms? at New Oitaua (TMb tbe New Orlwi Picayune. May 90.) Those at all familiar with tbe topogrephy el tbe Lower Mfriissippi moat be aware that tar hundreds of miles above tbe month doer m cbty Father of Water* the taoda on each aide are protected from overflows bv a vast lya tea of levees or eta bank moots. Tbe entire length ef these artlfloial barrleia Is estimated to be at least 1,300 1 miles, and tbe ooat of their coostracttoa not less than six , millions of dollars. Within tbe limits of tbe Mate ef LonMeoa there ere * aboui 16. COO square mliee ef fertile alia vial beds, which i lie considerably below tbe level ef tbe river when its wa- , te a are at their greatest height; aad notwithstanding tbe extensive and costly levees which have been erected for 1 Ibe preservation ot tbe cultivated portions of those lands, i still tbe waters at times become unmanageable, and, ( breaking through the levees, spread devastation around. On no lees than live different oocaaiona baa tbe elty of New Orleans been partially mandated byerevnwee which a oocnrrrd In the leveea above tt. Tbe first of these vial- t taUone was in 1786, tbe aeoond in 1701, the third In 1700, k the fourth in 1016, and the Inst In 1840. This spring tbe nvor is onnsunlly high, higher Indeed than it bag been since 1840; but tbe ieveee in tbe Vicinity of tbe city p arc so well watched and kept In such a thorough state of repair, that no fear* of an overflow are entertained. In *tuoj log the dynamics ot the Mbsisslppi, we learn d tbat its descent from He source to ita emitouchurt averages * a frm iinn nv? ?ti inrhM to the mile, while ita average ,, velocity m about iixty or seventy mile* per day. Freshets at the rimote source* of the river M not roach the mouth f tor nearly two month*. Along the lower Mississippi the water usually begin* to swell inlebruary and does not agura subtitle till June, and, when In ila elevated stage, it bears down immense quantities of earth in auqpeaaton. On tbe occurrence of a ere vast e the water rushes through the breath with a velocity proportionate to the level ef tbe river above the adjacent plains. As soon as the water passes the breach and bagins to spread over the lower plains, ila velocity is diminished, and tbe earthy metier which it had previously borne in suspension is deposited, the heaviest particles nearest tha river, and the liner atom* ol toil at correspondingly greater distant en. Thus tbe cultivab.e lane* along the margin of tha river become greatly widened by every crevaaae, and the subsequent increase in the fertility of plantations is a miseraDls compensate n for tbe disadvantage* of an overflow. The plantation of Mr Bell, on whioh the crevasse oc ourred, is situated about two miles above the upper limits f tbe city, and on the opposite, or right bank. For some time previous the river had been gradually rising, and on the nig bt before there had been a heavy storm of wind and i am which caused the wash along the sides of the "big drink" to be much higher than usual. It appears that through the levee at this point there was formerly a wooden sluice, enclosed on all sides, through which water was conveyed from the river to rice fields in the rear of the plantation. In repairing the levee after the cultivation of rice had been abandoned, this sluice was removed, and the place which it had occupied wai filled with earth. Hut tbe earth docs not appear to have been packet with sufficient solidity, and when the river rose to its greatest height it found the weak spot, and having once forced a pat sage it continued to widen the gap with a might and fary which were wholly lrreeis.ible. The neighboring planters immediately joined their forces to thoss of Mr. Bell, and put into requisition the ordinary appliances for the oloeing of such breaches. Their efforts, however, proved unavailing, and not only was the whole plantation in a short tune submerged, hut the inundating wattra, contrary to expectation, crossed a neighboring canal and embankment, which were relied on as a protection for the plan tat ions and vii'ages farther down the river, and carried devastation in their track for many miles. Tne damages caused by this overflow are variously estimated at from four to five mil liona of dollars, the general impression being that for two seasons no sugar crops can be rained on the submerged plantations. After the flrrt efforts to close the breach foiled, a regular contract was entered into by a gentleman of science, skilled in such worke, end the pilee and pile-driver are a part of the machinery which be employed. But hie attempt proved no more sue tesaful than the flret rmle plan adopted by the negro forces, for after he had nearly rmnkiirl I VtA ohn vilh a t vi nl a rn nr of nilao tKn wrata v in the centre ot the breach gradually wore out its channel 1 till It measured twenty Ave feet in depth, and the lever- I 'age which It then exerted against the pllee was so great f to leave them an easy prey to sach trees as were swept I into this lateral off shoot from the river. ' When thus left to itself, the channel of the crevasse was ) at least two hundred and fifty feet in width, and its average 1 depth was twenty two feet; it will therefore not be ne- I oessary to resort to figures to convince our readers that C an enormous quantity of water has passed through on Its C inindatiig mission darlrg the five weeks which have G e apsed sirce the breach was first opened. 1 As this crevasse Is so immediately In the vicinity of the I' City It became from the first a centre of intense interest ? and attraction. Vew ferry lines were establtsDed to * accommodate the thousands of visiters who repaired to It 1 daily. Among other means of transit, an inland lias of P skiffs, with awnings an d all appliances for comfort, was C started from the half submerged village of Algiers, and C conspicuous in the heralded attractions of the line were ? the opportunities afforced of passing the Marine Hospital by water, and of paying a visit to the inundated tomb of John McPooogh. bout the time that the Bell crevasse was abandon9d a similar breach occurred in the neighboring pariah of St. Charles, on the plantation of Madame Labranehe, and all efforla to close that breach having failed, there Is every probability that tbe waters from both crevasses will unite and greatly extend the area of devastation Tbe Bell <revaase submerged several miles of the New Orleans, Opelousas and Great Western Railroad track. and as ano ther section of the road la now submerged by the waters i rushing through the labranehe crevasse. It is not unlikely that the tow interrupted trips on the road will be entirely stopped until the subsidence of the river. Mrs. Gardner's Address to tlse Jury. As tbe telcgrsph has announced, Mrs. Abigail Gardner has l>een conricteil on a second trial in Plymouth Mass , of the murder of her husband, Hosea J Gardner, postmatter at (I ngham Itwn- charged that .-'lie administered p risen to him on the 28tb of January, 1857, and at the rlrst trial the jury failed to agree. After the counsel on both sides bad floiehel summing up, the prisoner arose, and tbe Judge said to her ? Alt pail (Jardcer, f von dcelre to wr scything to the 1 jury, in addition to wtat your counsel ban raid, you bow fi have an opportunity. If, however, you do not dor ire to ,, ay anything, It wl 1 not betaken aa against you. You are therefore at liberty to no a* you pleaee. c Witb considerable bretiauon and difltcuUy abe addrcaeed t the Jur> aa follow* ?I an tome* hat fatigued and excited A frost it .rag no many toiijt 'lay* here In roan through tbla trial, uad am unable to expgeee my feelings as I should be 1 glad to. 1 should be g'ad to noarey to your m uds the t tr itb. aeide from faleebood itod prejudice. I teel aa though I could not rat oatil 1 let tbr world know what la tree and wbat ia fal?e In tbla cane, though 1 suppwc 1 ahould not be allowed to now 1 am not gniKy 1 know how many prejudiced persons are work;ng aamnat me. (ltd knows my innocence I am aa Innocent aa any of you bere of the charge. I feel like an outcaat. unfortunate and friendless, without pity and no ote to pity me. I bare no friend* with trie, and none w thin two bondred mllee of me. II I had, I could give y. u a very 0itf*.rint opinion or me than that which you now tare. I hope you will conalder my caee carefully aid without prejudice. My buabaad waa poisoned. <>od only kaowa who did It 1 waa charged with it. Before hear en at d ny Maker I know nothing more about it than any of you bere. Abe eould bare spoken further, but her feeing* oeee powered her, and *oe tat down. I'urrag the day ber ap parent tactilereooe waa almoct appalling, ao much ao tba It waa bard to dlatJnguiab whether It waa tba indifTeraooo of aeuled despair or lack of natural feeling. When ahat owe to *d dress the Jsry abe maaifaetad c ?mlderablemote*), and aa ber veil, which abe had kept cloaely drawn doriag the dar, was lifted from ber fhce. ber vacant aiare sad pallid, xuaken feat urea, became almoa frightful. The verdict of the jury waa that Mr*. (tardeer wav guilty of murder la the aeoood degree, wlticb, aocwdlsg to the new law peered at the laat aeaatoe of the I eg w la tare, la punishable by tmptrooment la the daa pram for lire, but U?re la an unrepealed law of the OonmoaweaNh which declares that a female shall aot be eeat in the Bute prison Raw* Items. Brewer AwwTTTiwaitnw.?To day will commence the ao nlvermry meetinge la Be*Ion. wmcb will ooatlnue throegl. the week Three meetlffca etirai t maay people from aji peria of New log land and are exceedingly raierraUa* ad inirtrurtiT* The Tract kocrety bold* ita public meet la* oa Wednesday erectD* The atmoaphare at lion too k different from New York. Tw* Thai or Mm. Irmae ?(rorerncr K n* ha* (tuim the appucatun for an extra term of the Court of Oyer and I Terminer, la Monroe county on Ike third Monday la lone ( The trial of Mr* Littlee. for the murder of bar ho*ban<. will oome on at tbw term 1 Fimkix Cmwrx.?Rmiln I'Hulller, ha* teen rero*n./e by the freetdent w Vwe Coram of the Swiri OoafeJera tlon, at Detroit, Mich. Linen t/>o?T?jr* JTattatiom ? On Wedne>day the fin plantation <?( the late H. B. TrWt waa eold at auction for lb<- I an 'A lilO.CCO, ibe Hon If. f Keaner becoming the furcbaaer Thi* plantation Ilea aeMalap the tablaau , plaatatKs of Mr Keaner. and, with tne latter,M probabl) the Ivpr-et uadirtded plantation in the -Hate (Jn Thurday the Hon ma and Hrrmiwye plaotan ?oa of Mme Hr.n* I ler wet* aold, hrl-glng reepectlrely tJ|k 000 and MJt, 00. Ihry wero bon^'ht In by Mme Brinyler Our friend J K C Urine, Mq , waa the anetioa?rr In both aalea It la , not nftan tha* two I alen u large an th'-ae In two eocooaairr j dayr rata be recorded?A'<er thU/ins /Voywrw Rxropt lirrr ox Tim Pamrrca on Tanrioan.?Informa tinn baa been received at tb< kale I apartment from K H Maracbe. Ym . tl.e I'mted Malta Coaaul at Trinidad, thai < the oMitanoe of tbe Owned of the laiand napnna* an eg , port duty on tba produce of Trtnidad, from tbe let of fan nary laat, bae b -en dleailowed by the borne government and cooarqneatly ooeipwt duty la at preeeat required. Wm. t* Turkerman, now loktate Trlana at Wctherefleld, ' la engacrd in tbe rule ahop. Ho aaya the Hartford i'm a of ia> t evening liaixwan Tt**tto*v ? Minneanta paper* a?'e tht' thle Territory te receiving a fair anare <tf immigration Ntim ? bert are pouring oi by way of the Mireour, bound Per tbe alley of tbe Hi* ftionx ri?er. To b* C/R*t*r> t*r.?it |* announced that the anti rent 1 cane? derided at ibe general term I art week, will b? car ri?!<l up 10 tbe Court of AppoaJt. Anannrrin ?The Port Jarrta Vnirtn nif tbat McPrl J*, . the defaulting Collector of Port J?wvie(N. Y , rara ht* t *or. t'ae lha la*t flat or day and pul out for i>?rU> nn ^ Irnown Hi? Burnt m negla tal sa< uring h* detaruien by ( loyal piuuta. I Tin Cum <w Ira fmrr ? Tl baa b*?i? dowrn'owl thai tha r wna of Ira Htnot, now uadar ronlonoa of daa?b at Ro<hn? irr for U?* rourdar of CTiaa W. kImiI bo o?rie<l to ba faaaral farm and Uta Court of Appoaia Thia will f jrnbaHy delay Ui? axncRUoR until oott aprlng. fntanirn';*.?FYfor of tha craw of Uta brig War k lltwk. rt found front ftntrolt lor liffr'aud. deoertod lha vaaaal at JlOTrlaad, JhJo. r A Oowaniuw* ? Tbo Richmond Smith raya: ?A whIU t ?"ma? in tlacklentmrg oonntr, Virginia, bnntna tha mo- , bar, a faw -lay* alnce, of fbor chlldmn, iwtof whom v ram of bar own color and the othor two black. p Asormm Kwtn R* if tut a n War.- There in a nrna B fot of a ran' wal of tba ra'lroad trouble* at Krlo, I'ann Pi rir i o<?pla of Harbor Croak ara indignant at an a'Umpt if the coir\ any to rrlay the track It tbr pon>U<a it rigitallj occny.ed ' IN VETT YORK TTKRAID, I FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. 8c*dat, May ia?? P. M. The past Wtek closed juet about u tt opened, dull and 1st, ao lar as the stock Market and flnanoi 1 affairs |?? ally are concerned. Tbere M no ttfe tn en) tiring connect id wttb buelneaii, and we have the inmtn ?r near at band, rtth all tta naual unfavorable influences upon speculative >pt rations and mercantile movements. No important ae ivlty in trade can be locked for until the fall. In money natters tbere ie nothing to ccmplain of, exoept the eaor nous accumulation of bullion In the vaults of our be- ^ t hen thia acenmulation flrat commenced it waa M , favorable feature and looked upon aa a ^ of re nraing proaperlty. The strengthening 'j our t>Mk8 by ? trge specie reserve was considered ^ flrst 8|ep towlkrde restoration of public confident^. ud ^ weekly w oris showed n weekly U)e pr?TftiliBf impr?. Ion waa that all eatic ^ the revulsion would rapidly vappear, and thn?, |ka opening of spring would bring rtth it activity bn,t?... 1. <hw v.... Wn n?r lally digapKoini^^ but still have no roil cause for com illicit. of onr most important Interests hare ranch m roved. Se% eral ital branches of industry have reoo'Ced in a Measure from the great depression, and returnng health and strength are visible on all sides. Thousands lave returned to employment at fair wages; and although ibe progress towards complete restoration Is gradual, It "J, toady, and upon a sound bssis. A more rapid reoovery night for the moment be more satisfactory, but it would n the end be less substantial and in greater danger of relapses. Having fairly touched bottom, we have nothing to fear for many years to come, if prudent at the start. Mistakes might be made now that would be felt for a long Ume, and It ia only by extending operations as the actual wants for consumption require that wo can hope for permanency and productive prosperity. The effect of ton yearsof inflation, spccnlation, extravagance, corruption, and fraud of every name and nature, cannot be removed in a week or a month, and we should be satisfied if one year would eradicate all the evils entailed by such folly and recklessness. The swarms of drones who were living upon the industry of the produoing classes, and the army of speculators who were draining Uie community of its very life blood, have all been scattered by the revulsion and forced to turn their attention to some honest employment and live upon the sweat of their brow. In the Bourse of human events myriads of new leeches, in the thape of financiers and speculators, will arise: but we are likely to be free for some years from the operations of these classes of swindlers, and be at liberty to follow legitimate occupations without danger of sudden colapees rem an over Inflated system of credits. The annexed statement exhibits the quotations for oer;aln stocks current in this market at dates previous to the Inoncial revulsion, at the time of the suspension of specie payments by onr banks, and at periods since, showing the inormoua fluctuations and the great extremes which bsve -uled within lb* put twelve moo the ^potation* for y totts At thk New York Stock Exouwo. , 1857 ,, 1868 , May 26. Aug.n.Otf.U. Fet>.\.May 22. tftoeouri sixes 82'4 78)4 67 84)4 84)4 i'irginia sixes 91)4 91)4 *1 92 93 ^aiifcrnia sevens 67 60 66 78 87)4 'enneesec sixes 86 84^ 66 89)4 91 lltnote Central bond*. 99)4 99 6* 96* 89)4 >'e R ilroad 33S' 30)4 9 23 23)4 leading 78 V 69 36 68 >4 45)4 few York Central.... 86)4 78 68 84 86)4 (cbigan Central 94)4 81 41 62 64 lichlgen Southern.... 61 >4 84 10 19)4 24 ilimii Central 138>4 116)4 78 97 89 levelud ud Toledo. 64)4 47 24 44)4 43 fcicsgok Rjck Island. 96)4 91 )4 63 71 76 alena ud Chicago... 97 '4 89)4 62 80 89 anaaa 94 92)4 *7 91)4 109)4 aCretse & Ifilwaukie. 78 31)4 8)4 larlem 12 9)4 6,14 9'4 11)4 iilwaukieA Mississippi 66)4 60 17 32 29)4 * la ware and Had too. 126 117 NO 112 106 ennejlvaala Coal Co. 94 V 78 68 73\ 78 umberlud Ooal Co .. 19 17)4 7 16 16)4 antonCo 20 18 ' 13)4 20?4 21 ?4 ludaon River RR 24 20 10 19)4 30)4 ncitUMailSteama'pOo. 76 73V 84 67 V 70 The quctatiooR given under date of Oct. 14,1867, do not bow the loweat dip of the market. At that lime the turn pward commenced, and from that time the rlee waa apid. The loweet point touched during the panic wa& for j lieeeuii State Rixea, 69)4 per cent; New York Central, 10 ' ereeot; Chicago ud Rock 11 land, 62 per cent; Calena md Chicago, 62 per cent; ud eeveral other stocks sold at Mints below our lowest quotation*. The most striking eatnre of the above comparative table la the Tact that la muij malancee prices rule higher now than at or aboat .he cjrreepoudtng period lest year. Ruts stock* are i Higher, cole Panama ud Cantoa Company Tbe most lubstaotiai securities arc nettsr, wnue uio mo-t equivocal lass of railroad Blocks are considerably below prices ullcg previous to tbe October panic. Some very tmpor ant changes bare been realised in tbe position of public curities generally within the past year. Several pro n'nent railroad companies have snspendsd din lends and he period for recamptlon Is ye*, long distant. Great rearms and improvements have been Introduced into the inascial anu operative management of ail our rallrosd cm pan tee and a* a property for the investment of capiat It Mver waa batter than at tbe preeenl moment It loee not follow because some of them have suepesdei dividends, that they are any lesa valuable, bat on the oonrery, they are mncb better off, and are making up by ;uch rieprnitocs and by rigid economy for many of the oil lee and mncb of the extravagance of past years. That 1 >ur leading llnea of railroad bold their own ao well, under be tremendous pressure resulting from the withdrawal of at least one half o< their regular business, Is pretty toed evlilesea that when trade does revive nod activity relgcs In every department of Industry, these works of n'.erral improvement will prosper sgsin more than ever. K> have learned a good deal of railroad mi- management luring the past twelve mooibt, and we ahaU proti by II [or all time to come. Ry the arrival of the rte?m*blp City of Washington st ibis port from L!verp<x>l. we havs fbur days later new* rrom Karcpe. The advices are not at all Important, On an r ally er commercially. Quotations tor consols show a ds clins of % a \ per cent Money was in better demand, ind the ratew rule at 2 i( a 1% per rent a steady market la reported la cotton Prices remain without Changs. Breadstuff* were quiet at previous quotation*. Tbe exportation of specie from tbts port last waek was somewhat larger than asual. but aliU quits small omnfFJi" of nv m riu.o tut r >t*T n? r?*a Y"?* Schr Maoootc, I'mn, Hfantab atlrar $'.,000 on Do. do. doubloon* 19.20ft 00 fteamer Philadelphia HinM, doubloon* . $9,900 90 "dir. York town, Clodad 9ollrar. An void 20,000 00 ttoamor City of Helt:cnc>r?, Ue'pooi.aoe gn* 9.000 00 Fbp Vu'iir n, Hong Kong, Mm. <l..!lart .. 060 00 teamer VanderbtU, Harr?, gold bor* . . 8*0,792.12 Do. do. Am void com.. 62,000 on Do. do. >roach gold... 9.976 0o Total fOr U>* weok $682.992 82 Prorlourly reported 911,746,002 19 Total, 1IM 912.291,694 91 Itofnro the c or* of the pretest ?"t we ah all bare aoo her CaliforniaarrlTOI, with lb* aeual eomi monthly rea.t asco. The bank peri* reeee ve on Tneoday will not ahow much change frtm Imi weok The Mlowinv are the tp, letter* for co'n and b? '' on Per cif fey ellrer. p<-r ? $4 * ? Ml American half dole im ? An.'cira* ro.d par do, quarter IPii a ? ?h4n with the Coined rreeloueto IHM m iu> "V Pinri l an aa>i Nei p*fl, 23' ?n*a. biieCnom oeer lUOpnteni I 9. pr M. th* eagle .109* tki"'nr?4 1ipetl'< 1 T< pr > I * ?t*f- I M 4* Mriiran duliare ItS a ? ilutn?e? Jim a Pe' iTlma and other r ?,. i., l? cm> tr?i .< m a 9 A do! ere ..lf<S a l n ifca'-r piece*. .7 *0 a ? tpan pillar deli. li' ^ J10 > .? - tot a frua 'haute Tl.enu. ? a s-il'd >r piece* $ $6 a ? rire fraO' t i ' P - J 71 ? ertr.an crown*..... )i * a da ot deui. oona lt?i eltOA frftuh do tin ? -h do Ida >IHAi VK p| wee C S , p., c. li dlanc .int. 10 do do. * U do d?. 60 do. do. t ^O do. The anr.erod I* a comparative rtetement of the nporte rf foreign mer< l ar dtee at the port of New York for the ?*?k and unco January l ? Abr thf Wtfk, 1*66 1*67 1*5* >j grwoa... 8l,f7M8.7 *.67,7312 6762.144 ,e?er*i r en bend ee 3,665,260 3,511,1*23 1.1*42,*22 FnUI for the week 61,13?..'1.7 54,1'." *165 2-'>l'?6 re?K "*:y reported 74 ' 60,Col 1*1 363,671 44.5*3,232 lae* Jonury 1... , 678,108.326 2"5,623.3i6 547,'JM,214 The following uhle will i-om[*r? the erportt of Ibe ?T?n print (pel m*pl? mrt'r'ee ft* the week end yw? 1667 1*58 , Wttk rOtiirg 46? v 20 Amnnol I alt* 1 mnunl I .i VMlon. belt* 2.660 6163.526 1/05 657,822 lnor,bM? 173PO 12*410 12.606 10.7,182 ;.irn nj"*l, hh!? 1,404 5,670 1.267 4*76 Ibekt. I.oeli' le 43 2"6 52 4** 47.506 lora. b unite le 16,170 23,612 4t."50 121,161 iref, hhle ?oo M? . 61,6 H 0914 1,221 18,281 Trk.bble 6*4 tee 11*66 4-.640 1,706 21,656 'tnUl ? 54?h> 608 6322.462 letieoep "f tn k M C'tipereJ w.to II.at of 1*77 *7.261 The follow.ng le ? compvoil?# element of the mine f etpirte from Ute com".. n. . r.ier.i .* I ?i < vw ti tUy 20 1*67. 1866 /mtw. f'?*re?ee. Minn .... 66 764 .176 23 374.'.60 ? 62,1*0,768 lour 8,21*8,424 2,424,631 ? 871,30.1 i rn meoi. 70,21/4 1*6,263 816,Oil hfM... 1,662.240 500,647 - lj#6t,7M >wn 1,103,600 521,066 ? 271.668 ref (30.2418 683 506 263.313 ? ork 482 670 55*1.002 06,528 ? Tttfel... 612 611 806 6M49 675 6136,851 24 9* II; I rcreeee on centered with 1567 4,012,223 1 fONDAY, MAY 24, 1858, Tba anthracite coal trad a to still yary hpWrtiy ispsrts*>1??| r -f*b6te,lhe g?iilHihf?k( Hinnple f?r ctrrjr tog _ui. uiimmim *'? 1?' t- eW, as compared mlwmiwftlowunm- - ^ * f**'*?1*?" ? ^ ** PPMw of oast oompany . ism. fa? |V|>a| OdS ? rw ?Kl xzid -,4m 11,167 6,800 186,77a 8,704 174,036 37,868 662,364 .88,262 346,106 44463 780436 kami ran last yiaju I 1867. Work. Season Week. Season cadai 20,866 78 074 20,286 210,700 Railroad 0,368 140,344 31,000 006,602 Total .83,720 218,418 60,886 007,202 fok tbi season. 1867. 1868. Lcblgh Oaaal 78,074 71 167 Dec.... 6,007 < Railroad 140,344 174,030 lac 84,606 BohnylklU ffenal 210.700 186 772 Dee . . 23,028 ? Railroad.. 007.292 780,126 Dee...168,166 Tola! 1.836,410 1,172,004 Dec.. .164,406 Almost the whole of the falling off la la the Schuylkill region; all tbo carrying companies, hoeorer, except the Lehigh Valley Railroad, showing a diminished tonnage. TVn t ahlnh Vaeluatinn hmwnoun la n?t miiph ht hiiid an.'i the probability is that IU entire season's business will be in exd<is of that of last year. Some difficulty with the boatmen on the Schuylkill Navigation has very much interfered with shipments by that conveyance. Its tonnage, it will be seen, for last week, is but (1,300 tons, against 29,286 tons for same week last year. The Heading Railroad seems to be profiting from this difficulty, its tonnage for the past week being 37,863, against 81,600 for corresponding week last year. The following extraot from the las' annual report of the Michigan Southern Railroad Company shows how pro dactive the road has been to parties who have held the lock for any length of time Since the completion of the line to Chicago, regular semiannual Dividends have been paid to the stockholders, which, eotnmencisg January, 1863. and ending 1st February, 1#67 have amounted in the whole to 69 percent, being 37 per cent in cash and 22 per cent in stock, as follows: 1868, January, 6 per cent cash. July, 7 do. do. 1864, January, 10 per cent stock. July, 6 do. do. 7 do. do. 1816, January, 6 do. de. July, 6 do. do. 1866, January, 6 do. co. July, 6 do. do. 1867, January, do. do. Total.... do. do. 22 do. do. This shows an average ot over 13 per cent pertnnna for the entire time since the road was open to Chicago. An inveatment in n first class bond and mortgage would have produced in the same time but 36 per eeat, or 34 per eent leas than the railroad stock. The holders of the railreed stock caa afford to go nearly four years without dividends and then be about equal to the bond and mortgage in aggregate productiveness. It may be argued tbat the stock is much depressed In market value, whi'e the band and mortgage retains Its full value, but ws know not what changes the next four years may produce and what the relative positions of the principals of the investment may.be at the end ot that time. Stock Exchange. Hatvkdat, May 22, IBM. 870C0 Ohio Cs, '60... 102K 100 sns Harlem RR.. il* 110(0 do 102 ^ 200 do 11)4 9000 Tenn 6's, *90... 91 460 Reading RR.. ?10 46)4 6600 Virginia92* 660 do 46* 6000 do 93 200 do slO 46 \ 19(00 Missouri 6's... 84)4 60 do beo 46 30(0 California 7's.. 87)4 60 Mich Oen RR..... 03)4 1000 Hud Riv RR 8 m 68 6 Mtlwau k Miss RR 30 6000 Harlem RR 2 m. 74)4 60 do 29)4 6(0 lil Cea RR bds. 89)4 10 LaCrosse A M11RR %\ 6000 laCroeAMil Igb. 34 86 do 9 nAvitrnaxiKD. eo joowcosan uiaHit '. 1 COO Mil* It ma m Ms 40 200 do bl& 24u 20 p he Bk New York. 108 100 do 24 V 16 A Bier wen Kx Bk. 108)4 24 do M0 34v 40 oboe timber Bk. 10' % 100 do b3 24 V 26 I'erk Beck lol 14 60 do MO 24 17 Metropolitan Rank 107)4 100 do M0 24 v 20 ItoikfindCualC*. 106 400 do 24 M do.... *16 106)4 26 do elO 24 40 I'Bdfic Mail 83 Co 70 60MlcSokXIodp(a'k 48 V 40 do blO 70 (PibuuKR. 109W 100 N YCaa RR..?10 86^ 160 do 109V *0 do ?7 86 S 60 III Cob RR. 89 200 do... . b w 86)4 10 Clov, Oil kCloRR 98V 160 do 86*4 200 (lei k Chi RR <>pg 89 160 do elO 86* 10 Clev k Tot RR.... 42V 260 do M0 86)4 40 do 43 160 do hOO 8614 100 Chic k R 1 RR *30 76 V 920 do 8614 60 do M0 76 610 Erie Kailroid ... 13*4 660 do 78 264 do 28)4 l&O do M0 76V 100 do M0 28)4 200 4o MO 76)4 160 do ? 0 26* 60 do aOO 76)4 60 Hud River RRtxK) 31* 10 do pfco 76 >4 1 100 do 3014 60 do .... opf 76'4 160 ao *30 30 12 C BQui&cey RR.. 76 60 do c 80)4 16 Heoood At RK. . 76 KICOHI) BOABD. 8*000 Mteroarl 61!.... M* 60 she Krte RR MO 23 V 1000 Krle RR 2d m b. 9214 260 do U8W 1000 IbCto.AM1I Ig b 33* 360 Badoon RleerRRO 80 40(0 do . 38)4 tOO Reeding Rlt 46 V 26 eb* BaVbkDroUk 110), 60 Uicb Cob RR 63* ICO New Jersey /.me. 6 160 MtrhSokNInd RR. 23* 60 I*aci8: M (MOo b30 70 160 dtchtakV Ind pfi ?? 60 do 6914 60III mow Con RK .. 88 100 Cle k Tol RR..,.. 4'i* UptlkRIRRMdftojw 76 210 NY Ceo RR 86* If do .. . of* 76 26 do elO 86)4 V do MO 78 ? 8? 80 do ovf 76)4 8T0 do ?7 84* if fB tVoo k Mil RR. 8* 26 do 86 \ 20 Mil k MIm RR.... 29>. 60 do 830 86)4 7 do 29 100 Krte RR MO 28 V C ITY tOMMBRclAL RKPORT. Sen-aiur, May 22?6 P M P*wnsTrrr? ? Floor?The Bierkei heavy, but more ec tlTl- at the rp?fipl ic t-.luao Ih.fa WAh a uncwl I IMHMHr den nun, with rather more dome for export In common (retire prlree were Irregular. hxlreinely low gredee of Stair end Weetrrn were eold et $.1 ?<?. while the princlpni Irerrertioin ringed from 83 H6 e $3 06; extra do wee mostly eold wltsiu tte range of oar quotation*, with eomo Hf Ml rellier eoore the eoaimon range of extrax I wee eold ux high ee 64 lb. the eelee fir the 'ley were ebirtly within U>e renge of tbe following quotation* ? Superfine Stele $3 ho e|3 M Kxtramnle 4 00 e 4 'JO I * rewrn end Ohio superfine .'I e.\ a S 05 | Kxlre (?bto and WreVra 1(0 i 4U Canadian xupwrflne aad extra 4 60 a 6 36 ltalttniore Alexandria nod (Georgetown.. 4 40 e 4 76 Southern femv end ritra. 460 e 600 ( botce extra family aad baker*' brand*. 6 00 e 7 00 Pje flour 8 00 e 8 40 Corn meal . 8 80 a 8 H7X ?Caned ma flour wax xtendy ,and tbe eelea embraced about 400 a .'<0O hble . cine lag within the range of oer figuree HnuUirrn flour wax in moderate demand Tbe xalee em braced about 700 a xgo bbtx at quotation* Kye flour wax otrbxDged aad xale* limited. Com taeeJ wax iteady at quolatioox for Joreey ami Rraodyw.DC Wheat?The market wax firm for prime mllUag lota, while common quallUe*. though aotnewhat Irregular, were without charge of moment Tbe eelea etnbrace 1 about 16,000 a 30 (Co borhelx, Including nmrnon to good Oanadian whttr at 81 a 81 07. good to prima Michigan white at 81 80 a 81 *8. Miiweuhie club at 00c., aad Chicago eprtag at 80c. Soothern prime white aad red wax xearoe and firm Cora wax xoarce. aad xouad lota wera Orm. Prim* Iellow eold at an adraece The xtlex embraced about C (00 baeheix, taxhidtag 11,100 baihela N'xw Orletnx mixed at 68# . 8,(00 to md good while Southern at 7tc., and jrllow do good to prime, at Tfllgc a 77c Rye?Hale* of ebent 1,000 bn?h?l? were made at Mc a 70e ftarley wax xteady. Hale* of about 1300 bwxhxlx ware made at f tc (lata wrre xteady, with xalee of Hide, ( ana'lan and Wexieru at 4Ce. a 41c. (Vxni wax quiet, with xalee of 300 bag* of Rio at 10c. a 11 , and email lom of 81 Itommgo at 0>,c. a 100 , caxh Java raagxd from 10c to bag: to 18c In mate I Otto* ?Tbe xalee embraced about 1,600 a 1,800 hag*. I a good part In tranxitu, without change ta price* Yum.*!* ? Hair* coatlaued Arm, but engagement* were qett* limited To IJvarwol about n wo to 12 ooo bnxho'a I of wheat In bag* ??r? ineafad at # v1 . 200 bbla lard at life . at.d 100 balaa Naa 1 aland cotton at ?4d ; aquara bale* wereatllM fooiaacow 100 bbla roam ware aa gage-1 at Inare waa no change to notice ta ralea for tondo. - Rifft To Branca MO bbla rpirlta of tarpaatiai' ] were taken at SJt*?iw continued haarr Sale* of 81 tiaorgm bank On cn<l torr- made at IM a $.160. Mackerel arar?? (tub t with "in,.11 air* No l tlaaaa hnaette at $i-a 113 M an-1 > No.'J at f 12 2* flarrtiiga wara dull and nominal, I Fat it.?Halen of 100 hh,o. walnute warn made at Ac prr lb. Hairier wara quiet, and prion* un hanged. I Flat war rteadjr, witti *al?a of (00 a 000 balcn, at 40c a ? btr par lfO Ibn. I llmr.?Ibo market wna quiet, and the demand limited. Ma quote American dew rotted at IIl( a 112), and firrraed at 11 TO a 4 .ma war quiet at 7A?. for common and at POc. for taap ' Phtai. 8r> i ?a ? Falaa of ?2l> bbla. rpirlta turpentine *are rr a<le at 46 , and 100 do. at 40c Malar of 3 000 , bbla coin men roam Wire n<v>at?l 40, allnat, and 000 c do llnrr grade* at II 00 a |fl 70. Orade turpentine and tar w> rr nnrtri ga t ' Ore ? Unread tun in better rrqurnt, wi*? aalne nfabont 1 0 gallon* at t4c Crude whale and aparm w? re in moderate detnead, aod price* uncharged fhormnaa?fat? Hrlder" were flrre, which tended to ' rlxrk MUee. while rale* of $00 bbl*. meet. made yeeter , .lay afternoon, w'th the tranracttona of to 'lay, embraced , ahett "00 a t TOO hbla , Including mean, at $17 *7 Si a *1*. 1 pert to atme 1?t of June Sale* of prime were made at ' 114 .17 a $11 M) clear me?r wan at IIP, prime me* at * $IA, and linn mrrr at $17 2* Beef waa at?a.ly, with , alee o? about SCO Mile Country prime wa? out erf market, ? Ihe rr.pply pre h ably not e*oe?einj 100 bbN ; hence .joo- g tat cr* wrte mltrc fy entniral f>?uctry me?. ranged rrnrw n $10 M> to $12 M: parted tTrwtcrn at 111 71 a $1.1 M, * erdftira do at $14 a $14 ?$. Prime mce* wa- dull at " f 14 a $"i'. Hai'in wa?'teady and | r'cee ..rrhantccd Cut 0 rr .ale acre Arm. wit, r >m# demand f^r bl mert. *?len f rf1H>.a M of hame were made at M(,'1, 6o do atOvfe i and It 0 a'JtO <aakf>ati ulderr, dry tailed, f ?r eijMr., at t '\r t ickled t.ciikm / ere al OjKfl a 7" l>ard oon 'it O'd iirrr 'nr prime, hnt oot actlre The ralea emh' aced a?m i-.tnhii . a'II',c a 11?,e Fh'tter waa pten'y aid r ' Ul'at 1?r a *0c mi.i-late at 10c a22c Cheeee waaat , $C air ? H I wa*'11!ieit and prl' ( ??>< hncg'd. ' fi r an* ? The aalea c mbracd abont 1.1(0 a 1,000 hhdu * 'hied) tuba murtortd" and meetly afth n the range 'if (| a f\r , with a emali ltd of rommoti Por'o Ric . at A rt^4 , ar 'i '41 bov Parana at 0',e. The adrean* noticet >e>i?r<iay waa not maintained. M IIITIIS lNTBLLIiENCB, aSsx ???!? *% 2 amem Liverpool.....May ? .How Vork BmiuoiIi. loulkuipln.Vii 18 New York Ivdlae Liverpool .. May 19 Qu*h*a As f? North Star Southampton. Mny 19 Mew York i inaarloo Liverpool.....May B Bean lM|UM Liverpool.... May M Mew York tn <ih Liverpool May 29 New Yore Arapo Southampton June 2 Mew fork 1 Move Scotlan Liverpool June 2. Quebec. Ac ho Canada Liverpool June 6 Boa'on I JLLMAMMO FOK (IT TORI?THIS DAT. s ? mane 4 34 i noon acts morn 2 37 ?* a n live T 181 man varan morn 5 44 , Pert mi Htw York, Hay 143, 1858, W ARRIVED Steamahlp City of Waahlnrton (Br), Petrte, IJverpool, May , IX 10:40 014, with mdee and 440 paneena*' ra, to J it Dale. tol Stramablp Roanoke, Skinner, Richmond, Ac with mdee and j tiMcnrera toHLndlam. 231, 8 aM off ChlnROteague, alg- < ' nallztd aUaanhlp Jameatowo, hence frr Kivhmmd , Ship American lit ion, Hubbard, Liverpool. 33 dava, with p. mitae and sol uaaaeafera, to Urlnnell, Mtniurn A Oo. lade i talned at Uuarsniioe p ' Sblp Globe 'of New Orleans), Raker. New Orleans, April , 28, a tih loraci o. boond to Csutz - put intnltla port tor repairs, , havtrg on the 17'b tj at, la 1st i# 47, Ion 66 60 at 4 M sprung , alrak, and on rouni ing the punpi tourd three feet of wautr .... It the b id 6be at preseit leaks about el?v> n inches an hour. . Vfken the leak waatlrat dtacorered the weather was quite mo ] derate. N, 6b!p Confidence, rears, New Orleans, May 6, with mdae, to 5 * m Nelson A (Sons. Sblp Far Weat, Bennett, New Orleans, and the Bar Hay 4, with mdae to Wm T Krort. hb'p Welltrgmn, brlndle, New Orleans RW PsmMst 5. ' wltb mdae to Mat ton A 1 bompton. 7-b Inst, 8 PM, 1st 26 10. ?" Ion 86 SO raw a Urge cottcn loaded ablp on fire and laid by 1 1 her tUldaybKht ( lie Oe'.ervald, hetorereported); 11th. Tortu- N, tea hearing ."W, paeaed ship Martin Lutber, stindlng NW; " Mb, lat 90 27, Ton 70 26, paeeed a wreck partly broken op. lum- " per traded; 17th, lat 52 16. Ion 77, pasaed a part of another pj wreck f? Hark Krila (of Belfast, Me), McTntyre, Sunderland April " 2. and Portamoutb 12tb, with ocal, to order; tmhbI to H A F b. W Mevsr. Barb Roanoke, Skerry, Bio Janeiro, April 18. with coffee, Tf" to K'rkUDt A Von Bvcba april 26 lat 630 8. Ion 54 SO. spoke u. bark Vslelts. of an 1 from Bcs.or for Cape Good Bope, 201a- s mi out Belled in company with bark Creole, of and for Ball) j more and parted with her 8tb inst, in lat 21 N. fa, Hark Janus W Paige (of Bos'oo), Baker, Sombrero. April , 28. vlaHt Tbomas May 6, with guano to James PbUllps A Co. j, 6tb Inst George Murrlaos, seaman, of Xale of Man, waa lost B) overboard. c. Bork lira, Foster, Haraeaibo, Hay A with coflee, Ac, to , Mania lid, Pbrlj s A CO. i? Brig Adeline i-p-ague (of Bo?ton), Smith, Seville, April *1. (.t and Mat l.ur?r I Jtn. with co'k, Ac. to Giro, Franela A Go. ( had Igbt lo tiling w inds the whole passage p. Brig t'apelia 'tot Proviience), Head, St John, PR, Hay 8, R. wl h soger. to Brett, Sin A Co. rrbr Cy cloze (of New Bedford). Pall, Laguna, April 29, w| wltb logwood to Tappan A thubnek. *< Sebr Alterva I, W'dmore Robinson, Matanaaa. 8 day x, with , fruit, to J A T l'aarsall. April 29 on the outward passage. u lat 281*8. ion 75 11 rix ke wbaieaklD Montezuma, of Mew Bed- .. lord 22 ?<?s out with AO bbl* sp oil. p., SrhrMhblon Retta (of Wilmington, Del) Godfrey, New Or leers via Delaware. 17 days, with sngsr and eotton. to master. ... Sehr Janes Hlller, Miner, Apalsckloola. May8, with mdae, ... to Ralph Poet i Scbr Kate Frlgham (3 masts), Curtis,Savannah. 6 daya, with gr cotton, to Dnchi.ni A Dlmon < Sehr Plandome. Brown. Savannah, 6 days, with cotton, Ao, j,v to Srrantrn A Tallman ik, Srhr B O Felter (3 masts) Arnold, Charleston, 6 days, with eotlcri, Ac, to Scranlon A Tallman. lias been 5 days N of Rr Hatter as , Pchr N W Smith, Wystl, Charleston, 6 days. w, Srhr E U Waneh. iter. Charleston SchrVrdar Piatt Ireland Newbent 6 days. , Krhr lacob Rsymond, Handly, Mewhern via Halterai. 3 j days where ike has been sakore. 16th. off Cape Henry, lost c0) jlbboom. 1 Schr Cbanceford, Coon. Portsmouth, Va, 4 days. o, Sebr Ann, Cole, City Point, 6 days. v Schr Jacob Ktrdasll. Chvmbe rlain. A'eiantlrtA, Sdsys. Scbr Caroline Anderson. Burke. Alexandria. Srhr f llilnian Coinn Aleisudrls. , Srhr Miat,1 isoawsy Alezasdrla. 4 daya. fr. Scbr J F Raorolph. Hazlemn. Alexandria. Sdsys. ] fchr Tunis Depew, Edmonds. Virginia 2 days. au Sthr Tbrer Miters, tjutnlan, Virginia. 2<*sys, ,j. Sehr Sophrotus, Van Name. Virginia, 2 daya i Schr S F Brewer, Vtllltama. Virginia, 2 daya m, Sehr C F Nlliiams No>>dm?uson, Virginia, 2 days. d , Schr Oneida. Soper, Virginia , Srhr J T Brady Hall, Virginia, 2 days. Scbr Banvard. Green, Virginia 3 days. Sehr George F Brown Pokes. Virginia. I Schr Prowers. Bu'se, Georgetown. IrC. n Sehr Hamilton, Hopkina Georgetown. DC, 4 davs. Schr i. Waterbnry, H allele n. Georgetown D<\b davs 14lh < 'n?t 13 tbe Potomac river, during a (quail from NW, lost the y, mstnsai). | Bcbr R A Wood Cramer, Georgetown, PC. d)1 Pehr Sdwnrd blade. Baler. Washington. DC, * days. Pchr Molt Bedell I'enUeld^lenrgetown, DC, 4 daya. v. Pchr Gen Marlon. Darin Baltimore. 4 day a , Fehr S C Jayre. Jarre Baltimore 3 dart i Pehr Pursn Canon. Melee. Haltlmore. 4 daya t lehr Newport, Jones, Berlin. ii, Bekr Inrnlia. Small. Salem. 3 days. i Hteamer Caledona tiager. Baltimore. gt Steamer Piedmont, Powell. Baltimore. u. Steamer Boston. ReUew. Philadelphia Steamer Warn una pre, Mew Bedford. yc Steamer Petrel, Arey. Prorldenee ye Steamer t'haa Osgood. Smith, horwlch and Mew London. mt Wind during the day SHE. Mlarellatnemna and Dtaaatcrn. Fmr (luxe, Baker, from New Orleans far Cadla, pnt Into n* this port yeaterday for repalra Bee port arrtrala Capt Head, of brig Oapella arrived yeaterday from Rt John, ?PR, reports that the Spanish mall (learner from Oadli for Ha rana pnt Into At John, having broken her shaft She had been Bp nine daya under canvas, and would probably send to Kugland ,1*'] for a new shaft. ha The IT B ateamer Arctic. Lieut A J Drnke. rame on from cl Ike lower bay yeCerday, wh? re ahe has been attending on lha iq, ate am frigate Husq nebsnna. 1 I Beaa Moaaiac Pven, Cloae, from Rio Janeiro for Mew Or- * le(L?, which was ktai ofl Rape * rto, was 299 tons, hullt at War- , rtc KI, In MU, rated A2, and owned in Boabm The o ew i vrraMnd. JV Pea* V P Opt N Trueblood, from Baltimore 'or tt, Worth Carolina m' tliwt. uoptliK 1Mb met a'>oat 4 P*. toi IB ? aqnali from h W. the echr being under bare polee ? lb at time The eaotam brother, one man and ?mt p?rt?hM | lb* ret tain, bring the only one aa e.l waa taken off tiro Ja. loura alter'be acet-*ent by a eeaa-l Sound tn Rnv-oo. acd put | at on b?.ard tbe a earner Ixoiteta? a and taken to N f"Ik. Tae y; | rehr waa owned by t apt True blood and 1) D Hlaamona. of t t?i Norfolk. | i, Pchb frt Wirrn. Wbeeler. of Brookhaven. from Bal'Jmore ?or for New Hed'ord. with a "arm of 7SHI buahela mm aid from I HaJt more on tbe lath tnat. and ware at aurbor night of 18th Cr< at WNku)gn> y'e Point l.lgbtbwt waa tin into ha ? br >5am 1 'Ire t'aa<-?, of hUtabeta t.Hj NC, bora"ward bound, andrar 1 rtedawav rowmrf Jtbhooaa and h-ad rigging, put Into Nor I P'* folk *Sh tor rep aim No Inmmt re on rraaet Pcun Bat ariTr Ore, from Norfolk I7'b ln?t with oorn fo* Provider r-- IB the 1Mb en.-oiiiurred a h'atry gale wtlh btgli ! . reaa during which eprnng malnmaat, and put bark for re . " palta She will hare to rileeha-g*. Ntiib runae from Jarhannvllte for Portland, with lumber I'h pot info Norfolk 2lat. le- king badly. 1 I la Pi rnofTii, Nay 7-The Mon'moreo-I N-own from T on Ion f ,r New Orleana, did not tall on the roeki oU W hl'hoy Ileadge, .. * aa reported Qraia-Toww, Mar fr-Tbe iflerbarge nnntfnnaa of tk? eargn f of tbe amertran atlp Boaaloua. < onk from -lie for IJarre. PrT wlfrbimtla here after bartrg atroek upon Nel'ly Rnrka, | afoot 1.1**1 nalea roiinw ere already landed, and tbe cap*1 a |)n nte) lain- bop re that tbe damagea tbe ah:p baa i natal ned will | not prove more eitenelee Ihan after mnr prompt repalre br ' bet ay be enabled to reabtp nearly ell the found part of hie rr rare ' and proceed fbereatltb for Ifarre Tbe proee?dinge i ia i'h rerprcf lo fbe (l?m?ged rotron ba\e not yelbeeralgoi wii fled The ehlp baa hren prevented getting into dock by tae < j low tidea. hot waa eipeeted fa on Famrdar laai Pv, The following table glvea a auaw ary of tbe reaaela la tbe * bail ora of New Yoek. It.mum. Hai lmore. Wilmington Nc Hal Cherleeton. War ant eh, Anaiarnlc. a. Mobile New ffrleana and Onlrratoo, a. lataat aaononta tr> m eaah of thoa* porta new roag. Nor Me. mebtpa S3 frige 110 h Hkii a . in* t aboenera 411 Km Ban a *) ? ml' Total 7U aoaroe Bal Heerahlpf ... I Hr ga 44 1 bye IK ftrt nonera It) rl" Hark- 40 ? . k Total 119 del] atinaou Meamahfpa ? Hrlae, 11 JJ' kipe M Solveaera W He IHM. IB ? wh Total. IIS *"1 wnjuBOPon. no s kh'pe. . ? So hie in era a f" Narka I ? Ho. Brig... I Total a * ' nuuMTi *. ,M Ster mahlpe fl Hrlge II t?' Nhha 17 Heboonem IS Hart a. It ? 2! Total is 8 e?rt ahlpa. f. '4 A? SMre . * Co* oner. II ?'i Barte ? Total Si b?' ir*uiMl<-?M.*. ' Mpe 2 Nikooaera 2 *" Mart ...... 1 _ - ?SB Krvt- ? Tout I mtu. m He. Rlklpi, ? Ma?. . f ? )> I *> I rbm neia ? j\ liailn . # ? r Total J6 arm 8?iT?era. inr, Mm* abipa. ? Krtao 9 w >blp? 4 fcktonaia I Hi 9 Imrl- 2 - fa" Total II *4 new nauuna. h.t Mean ahlpa ? Hri?a If. 2' kti * 1(6 Baknonera 24 it tarfca. 21 ? per Total I?fl it Lammm - On Bonda? iao*nlnu K.lwar.l f.np'nn a?r- .1) aedid la lannrMnp from hi. yard, in tlreanpolnt. a toaal in tial erdrd for 'he thr? w.hnrt line, to run In mtr "01->n with the " tee an Warn 1 be lOweiiatnoa of the boat k.ra be torn been fact toMl'ted Hbe In of I'.ht draft, nod r*lenl?le.| In ptM'he 14 >?rr on the Mbreweburj Hirer low water An attempt wan nadi- 'o lanneh her *t 4 o r .iek on Baturilar afleraoon hoi iwmp In trim* refret la tbe waya tbe brat rnrk T?mat?am 7' nr. were employed. b<p they oa'r rnllleed to draar oni her ? I ion a W itknni mi rtnt Ike bont Mho "o wit' be rcjwij for ike lire In a few week*. . J Whalemen. '1 Arr at New t.nniton 21 at a< br Warr Wnwelt, Naak. fltird'a Bleed ?la PI He'en* anrtl 7, with IIW4* bbla elephant oil arr ai Weripnrt ?t?t. berk Janet. Went, ilehn'?k he* Hto nln 5ot is. w|ih jwi ep (1*# taken on the naaaajp- h'?tne> .?*J ?h oil am' .V'lH I ?. tw.ee. f?n iifb ?h laet lal 27 R Km 140 IT. |r?- tore and nmln towanala fa ? pa'e of wind Broke Way ' f?, i-n 71 to w eehr Antar. own jmivi om, B l>l?r*? .. tT Arr ?t *l?rrywU. n it of ?n* 'or *r? Krdfor*. wiHJ 7? ?Pj7< > " of M a Ml IM hop- '? booM Arrll S. h,r** ?J.' '*11% fio ?r\ ?n? ?|.| p.?w from Cm* r-h " ? **J*S mi,. *t? fmK'?' 'V Pm*. of bHmm mtwwrj IUrW r. ,fn 4 ?tn IW^ESIKS^?'? i te.^i*W5r?'5)K:s53."i5?*?? * ? 4H ^?l?>l?rb?nloU wmfr-r Pb?? r.'??r * ?. Krl.'rrmB V<w Orr A lor Ami Frnnm. v.'^iv' "<Ll*?V.JV'fy,.i?? Ro?<op K?rrb J for ?? FrvuM. Hup C iUrprr, I ^rrtdhn, of Bn**qn. <*.* >>.. p.?? ? f. m* * it kl'kvV?' # " p * fr, m r?b r flrr ??* Fr*i*l? ? , ?ifcT?U"*Ml l.?<1l? of !?Hr<?r.m1 whfehtro* fromhor wr mrr 1 i<r??* '"hr *? *?? *? "? ??itlon??11, April *Hp?W*M1i"r''r,,?>o*?l' 41 ilojn fTrtn Llrrrpool for Ok) ?, April J. lot U**, h>" *4 1 III I Ml 1 I ' fWp Walter Duncan, 8 day* from Liverpool tar Mobile" Int , 1C, 'od 14 40 Zrp* yr Thompson, from Mew Tort lor Ponatonttno- | ?, April 19. nil Tape ft Vincent t Bark Cieniuegoa, Walt, 3 *?ve kenoe for Olenfueitee, Majr , no lat. Ac. . Brtg Starlight (of Boeton). Dyer, from Balttmoro for Wert dice, May 8, let 31 38, Ion S3 f BVtawWpt Porta. 4"?*?? Qjopar, OoMb. NTork (and >o> Flnahlrg 9<h) 9<h. Pabtne Hepburn Shield* Sid from Flunking 8th. Vickefcur Bug he*. Knglaod. 1 liltMiDig any fr-BM B?lnO?, Tocuema, MTork (and? >m the Tei?l 8tk>. ALIC4KTK, May I?Ayr Roebaway, iufkto, MOrleana. * Bum or. May 10?In the channel, Tenneasen. Ox lev, from' sin Novo. " PiixiwiTiH, May 9-In the roads, D R de Wolfe.' limes for . Bid6th, Juno, Raaak, NYork; 6th. Rep ah-' . Brcokmtn, do; 7th Itistein A Welek?r, Basse, Baltimore;* iiMnii Balleer; Adna, Raacbcn, and Carlolan, Iteeografe.' lork t jABDirr. May 6?Arr John Weeley, Sylvester. Wateifnrd I Interlng the roads 10'h, an Am ship, supposed 10 be Lba' Ingrd arrow, from London , ?oi'ceHxiiKif. May 6? arr Hkatan Forsberg. Charleston. 1 Deal May 8?Arr Bear go, CroweU, London (and aid for4 ?)oag). ^aaao > the Wight 6th, Picayune, Brooka, from NOrlaajM'1 kt Pete rating. I iirmoKE. May 4?Arr Mows Davenport, Condrv, ltew Orins for kt Petersburg: Hb, 8 L Bryant, Jonea. do for do. * Ratal. April JO?Arr Newaboy, Leckle, Norfolk J2Ath, Axor,1 ?ke, Boston f a 1.H0UT11. May 7?Bkl Tennessee, Oxley (fromSeals Nora) J la(o). 1 if do 8tb, Torrent, Montgomery, from Hamburg for tt' baa. N P; llth. New Implre, Ham tall from Mamazta. ? LA scow. May 8-Arr Milton, Bradford, N Orleans. Bid' h. Java Dapgclt, NYork. < 3ksoa, May 'I? Arr Uluaepplna, Meaol'o, NYork. 31 r k alt a it. April 90- Arr Jobn Wataon. baprello, NYork;! spars Hunter Havana (and eld for Trieste) it do24th Hacvborse, Bearlee, from Memlna for Boetan. 1 Bavrk, May 8-Sld Bavaria Halley. NYork 4 BtLitraT. May 0-814 MiMiaatppl Allen, NYork. ? UaVaBa, May 14-Bid b? rk Trajan, Boring (not Conant), (V 'n??i.?to load for NYork; brig Andrew King, Merrymao* ?t Thomas) t let ra Morrna. lb peri 16th. among otters, abtp Mary Rusaell. Perkins. for* fork to load mr?r *< ft par box: barks Hebe *ca, Collins^ r Antwerp or Hamburg cbtd at ?1 16 Alvarado, Barton/ r Trinidad to load sugar for Falmouth F, taken up at ?2 104 na. Bay ley. for Falmouth aid mkt obtd at St 17 6; Tropic,1 ibh to load sugar for Boa ton nt 10c per box; Tanaro, Arey t r NYork toon; John Benaoc, Gardner. do do; Eaoo laxa,' ,der. for do 16th. brigs A C bobblux (or). Burns tor Bottor* on May (jurca, Lyle. for Phtladelpbla do; a Rial), Bead' g to toad tor do: ft Soute, Davis for New Orleans soon ' ownaville, Simpson do do; achr Weal Dennis, CroweU, for fork Idg (b?d been up lor Balilmore). 1 R ii noHr May 6?Off. New World, Knight, from Liverpool1 NYork, and landed nllot. J L/iycsrooL May 9? Arr Africa (a). Shannon NYork; Scot'' id, Mearna, Nobl e; 10 b.J P Wheeler, Rohlnaou, Moul* In; Bcrpborns Bogart, Bombay; llth, Albert Gallatin* Iter. Mobile. I Td 8th, Leal Wotdbury. Bradford, Savannah (and remained he river llth); 10tb, Superior, Soule, NYork; Ufehiaail tef. S war ton. Savannah. ' lid 7th Cleopatra Moaaop, Savannah: Slh. Aatrea, Nickels' lentta; Coronet Flowers, ban Francisco; Galatea. Spragnll lenna Ay rex 10th, R Jacobs Henderson, Bos'on; Kmllf j-oner, Lmeburser, PkUadelobla; ltth. J F Patten, Wood* ird. Savannah; Reaolute, Freeman, NYork New York1 wards. rbarl?aton; Ocean Pearl Chandler NOrleans ' ?nt out 7ib Kllen Stewart. Wamherale Baltimore: A He J inro, Cummlnpa. Boston; Alice ('ounce, Singer, and Alex* drtne. Oroaa. NYork; Windsor Fnreet. Grnflln, Quenee:8tb ltlvatnr. Ruatell, and City of New York. Halter, NYork" n. nwaary, i/aicutta; tmci (a), MDanoon, ana Uara d. I an da. Mo k; John M Wood, Mack, lOrltua (bafor iicried for Beaten) .oxno* May 8?Ent Inward*, Connecticut, Welah, Oallao t out lltb, Flora, Waraaw. Karrarhee. * 31d 7<h, i brim ana. Owens NYrrk: 8 D Ryerson, Crorf , Shield" and NYork; Sir John Franklin, Wallace, Sander id and do; 8th. Eventide. Partrldre, Newport and Rio JM Iro Waltrr Scott Smith hutderland and NYork; 10li >ck I.ljtht. Hartley. Cardlfl' and Oall?o Lag on a. April 2(1- In pott bark Lexington, Thatcher, for 8 irk 7 days; brif Palestine (of Plymoutb), Roger*. for Mag Ilea at it day. laHSKiixaa, May 5?Arr Civilian, SraUb, Boa ton. t Hakacaibo May 2?Sid acbr J Tinker, Booth (from Curs H NYork. kiwrasfi.r. May 7? Cld Independent, Btlverwood: Anatn) . OotUcbalk; Joba Sidney. Wheeler; Alliance, Card, an! rg John B'nokbank, N York; Pre?ton Cramer. N Haven ( KwroKT, (Mot) May 9?Fid John M. Hlcka, Freeman, Ha ua. h Naisar. May I?In port acbr Mary Jano, Lane, for Tampto " daya. ,, fOHtt^an. May ft?Off hrtr Ocean Breeze, T?tghton, fro* nderland for Malta. 7th, Bergalen, Planter, trim BoUei m for New York 11 Pi.ynofm, May fl?Off the Mart Retina, Johnson fro* wcaatle tor Providence; 7th, Columbia. Bemcke, fro* cKmond, ?a for Rotterdam l JcaaasTowir. May 7?Cff "Roaelna," Martin faee Mltrel d Sowamaet, Martin, from Mobile, and both were ordere. Havre ier>i>EBi.Ann May 10?Arr Jaj Hovey, Boblnton, Havr. iicontlo, Snoit. London initios May 9?Sid John ITarrlt Preatina, Philadelphia. ; Sastakpbr, May 3? hid prev, Marie Cl-ment, Mahe, Nr rh. St Micnaaia, April 23?Sid W A Brown, Niekeraon, W1, ?. ' 'Hini.im March 8? Arr Young Tare (a). Dearborn, Horj ?t naiaihe, May ft?Bid from the Boada, FS Meaaa, Mean, bon. ' invar a. April 24?Sid Pathfinder Kelloek, NYork; May , i lllll, Wa a<>n. Palermo anc Boaton !t Joint, PR May ft-In |>rrt hark Amazon. Klrwan. fro Thonraajuatarr brig R R Kirk laud. Knight, far BalJmo* t ae.hr Horace. Boll do do * ?t 11 aata May ft?In port achra R A Mount, Smith, for H/ >rh 10 daya; Ida MalHer, Hubbard, tor do; (r W '*nsmlnr ' id?n, for Philadelphia (alnee apokcn), Ida del Torre, Ma U, for NYnrk 10. J fainsTa May ?Arr Frlantloe. Oieaaon. Parana. fftraobTii. May 7?'ff *he start Pot at Hamburg bark f neea, Hrubn. from Hamburg for New Yo k. with P*aa?. ( ra or board all well. In company with Hamburg ship I* u, aleo for New York Nooaono, March 7?Sid Competitor, White, Bwatow. ' IImu At,FX ANPRTA. Mar 21 ? Arr ?-bra II r P?iVn, Slfki n, boa on. Panl Brown Hrald, NYo?k Rid ?ohra Joae. arks, Rodger*, Mew York; I>?vld Hall, Oakrraon, Pro* H< iRTOW Mar 21 A*-Arr ahlp R M Mill*. Rturgea, Hblel." rk? Tbtl. oa I'.ujd. Palermo Native i Rr . Traaa. I eghor ir P.vtd Habaon. Weekf, Nt Har'hiletnew QM Weam< m Jenk'na. Ha'lett Halttmore City of New York, How ii'ijlelrli'a t.ark* tieoLeahe. Hr.yd, Cienfurroa. Halt k ii. Ndrleere. Hjlpb. MrIiibbire, ?rdennaa. Ht" l?eaaeot to load for H- vara; Vtga Mooall 'kt, *m*U Can a: O T Ward Hnhbard NYnrk ark-a Addlaon ''hud Rati ir.arara I. P Wen"worth Kjder. .lark a ?arl)le. (laori tilt, Rlebtrond r a Cl'y Point. Nelaon lUrvey, Bearae. . nvardlrny. Wolnoti. Parker. RYork: D .1 Hawyrr Ha chla to P-ad for Porto Rieo kid, wind NK. ahip Hyrwa. r Fhlp K P Ktr oier. ar i| two brlga outward bannd. * anchor Id Naa<aakel Road* IaLTIMORK Mat 21 ?air aebr Mary K Pearaon. Coooa rkarn'tlle Cld ateamer Caledonia. '!**??. NYork; br tiro (Me), fortl Norfolk ka Nlebola. iKrout frewon. aef H Rowley. (ioitfrry. Mavaguri arhra araioga. Clark B i: Nomeraet. bllrlltg. rrovidenee (and aid', J I. Redn dlrou Jeraey City. Rid bark Warren, Beoiball. Kin ICCK8PORT. May If?Rid a.hr Wm Carroll, Cldpman Ma. ml ? Arraebr II I. Orentt. Power*, NYork. IKVlRi,Y May 'A?Arr achra l^eeabarg. Nwift. aad O n. Mrraiblln Yb'Weipkta 'R a.NTRAK, hay IS-Air aehr Reneea. Hkay herd Ph. I hla . a BI k STON Mav 1<>-Arr hatk Cberokee Rtelo. N? re; rhr Mrginla. Higher, ( lenfue|o* At Unarantiae. | rk Nue?a NoaaMa N*haaa from Ni . ago 'a Cuba Cld k Olympe, Abrll, Wlndtea; aehr F w tlardner llouri I'adelph'a Rid aleamrhlp laahel Ro'llna Key Weat a vera ei bra Ingnmar, White. Moatoo Hwab llrtien, I)o? , NYork lARTPORf May 1#? Arr hrV Ranta Clara, I'endleton rk aehr Alice aowe, Pike, Philadelphia (and aid IBlb | I'.bn NBi. lAl.VRRTfW, kfay A-Cld prevWualy, ahlp Wm R Trmi il'h Antwerp n poet Mb brig J R Oerrge, Atwell. for NYork; arkr M. hart for Rowoa. and tr her* a* before lARIPtiRlr Mar p> Ait rehr* Hertford. Orlawold Fl' btrort; Rtk Arerle Warren, do, a -earner Aaeh-m Thre. NYork Rid Jlltb eehta Wm I Bi*d Hml'.h; and Carle | rk RYoyh a he,pa I'eary Clay Klv aad Knterprlaa, Ol i I, do ateamer R pkla. K'y. Philadelphia A< KMlh VILMC. May 1!-C|d arkr Cbarlotle Rhaw. flhr "1. nrr IKW i Kl ktm Vit *-Arr .liy lol> iMp Ma*ot?pa.Bn< ^B Ik CM ihipa Mara'cpa. Trark Kilo Ih unnnoi. and If ^B ty<ir?o. Marmn. Ilrrrponl; Saikl Talarrra Mrrrub. ^B ,?r,.w I ... I k Ita'r M. r11:1. Hoot- n. hrl* tjnrrn nf ^B itk. i b?t)? an d<> ^B OR Ot.lt, May IP? Ait arhr* Wm B ntr'lM. RtiVr. P H . Hri? Park. DaUnoT. PrirrMrnoa. Cld Hbni OrM, f ^B a. fijtl: Aa'rra. Pinr, Portland kW BKIiFdRD. May 11?Ait aekr Ooldan Flonrr, Tea tt?ncr i KfOKRRT. Mar IS? Ait arhrp Paraxon. Hatch, Jack* H r, lf>h. ?mma Mayo, Mayo do. ^B KW MlBlHIB. Mar 11?ait arhr Rnwaaaot, Hnlea, Pk pbta fltmp Oadra. kllrAbrihpnrL hll.APM.rfilA. May San-Arr aklpa rvrm Oar ban. and il Wakrfi -Id Rater, I Irrrpool, bark K K la am oif of?-iroy. brlf (-Altrrl, Wlllar fHoira l,rnnr, W' ra O Robartaoa, Morrow, Ornfnoena JnMon Wr era, Hl/wduo; O H Hollar, Allen. Blork, 'lan Pa, krrann rrotklenre. -lanaa BaOaoa, Marabou. Taun' ^B III llawra. HalWiaall, Mr I am ra M'Cloak or. 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