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THC Hur/i OF TNI RATION.
tvjtmsum nan vast page.) Ob* IJtarty, the CHy u4 Um tiarlbalffl Wide 0w*km, with ? small delegation of twenty two from Ac City Wide Awakes. All wore badges and walked ? t ?kewl lhey marclwd down Broriway hesrtert by WrneraJ J. H. Hobart Ward and Qsptains Bunoe a id McLtod of the New York Wide Awaken. After they ar r*?l on tbe spot ibe bond struck up tbe first piece. ?0i the programme, being selections from "Nabuoco." While the baud wmt playing these airs, a committee from Ibe Wide Awakes made inquiries as to whether Mr I in ?u<d would appcor, but on learning lhal ha was too un well to do ho. railed upeu Mr. liomlin, who expressed bis wlllingutt^ Ui aacret* tbem. Tlx crowd now l?irning that Mr. Hamlin was to ad 4re*e tbcoi 1 roon Ule v. indow of the ladles' parlor instead ?( fitm the purlico, a ruah was made In thai direction. At this in<'Uieni Central Ward appeared at the window eJ the ladies parlor ;.nd introduced Mr. Hamlin u> the ~Luud clitvrs greeted the appearance of the President i who, wbon silence was restored, spoke briefly as Stews ? ^icsri kmkn?I am gralitled to hear those generous tones that come from the honot.1 hearts or the men who occupy the fmpi'e City of the old State of Mew York. (Cheers.) Tney speak a devotion to prlnciplo In which ail ha?o a common Interest. They give mo the evidence ut tb? love they bear to a emmon country. (Cries of ') Tbey satisfy me that here, in this great oommerciaJ mart, tbe hearts aud hands of our people are reorfy to vuidi^ate the .government under jvhieh they live, as? which tbe>*huve'reoeivedfrom their fatners. (Cheers.) Tbey WU me how truly a government like ours may refuse upon the popular will. They tell me how triiv the great and good and haoest man that you have elected to the hrst position ln lhe'nakioa, may rest assured that you will revere in all times that loyalty which the citizen owes to his govern menu?(Cues of " good ')?and that with heart, ard bend. and hand you will rally to this support, in sun shine aitC in ?t'>rm. (Loud cheers ) Mr Hamlin then withdrew, and the serenade was con tinued by the band. THS LINCOLN FAMILY AT BARNUM'B. On Tu,??tay aftaTMon, soon after Lincoln's arrival In tteetty, Mr. Barnum, the ''Prince or Showmen," waited spoil him ut the Astor House, and invited him to visit the Museum.' Mr. Iin coin said that be would oertainly attend some time during yesterday. ''Don't forget," said Barnum. "You're 'Honeet Old Abe;' I shall rely upon you, and I'll advertise you." The advertisement appeared, but MrJLiueoln didn't. A great many people took this op portunily of seeing the President elect, together with the other curiosities, bat they were unfortunately disap painted. Thry saw the great Lincoln turkey, however, and looked as though they enjoyed it. They didn't, though, for how can one enjov the sight of a fine fowl flattened for another person to eat Y During the morning Bob Lincoln, the rail prinoe, drop)>ed into the Museum and looked through iis spacious bails Tbe "What I* It" enjoyed his distinguished oonside atlcu; the Aztec children looked wilder than ever as he faced tbem, descendants of a long and thin line of kings as they are; the lightning calculator dropped his chalk, and tor the tlrst time made only a small mistake In his addition The young Prinoe wanted to consult Ma dame Delmonte, the fortune teller, upon the future of the country, but having connection witl< extremely Southern latitudes, she rather favored secession. If Mr. Barnum had only Ml young Lincoln to himself, no oue could have recog ?I* -d him as the son of the President. lire. Lbcoln, a handsome, matronly lady, pild the Mu<fum a visit, also, and sent nor children, with their burse, to see the "Woman in White" and sit with Mr. Barnum in his private box. Such of the party as oould write inscribed their names upon the visiters' book, under the (signatures of Tommy and tbe Prinoe of Wales, there was do extraordinary crowd, and very little atten tion paid to Sie distinguished visiters. Tbe manner in which the b*ms band executed the national airs was the most rc-markuMc event of the day at the Museum. RECEPTION OF LADIES BY MRS. LINCOLN. At eight o'clock last evening Mrs. Lincoln, who <1M not accompany the Presidential party to tbe Opera, re ceived calls from the ladies stopping at the Astor House, and also the wives and daughters of many of our most diftttLguithcd and influential cltlz as. The ladles' parlor ?T the Astor House was appropriated for the purpose, and al eight o'clock Mrs. Lincoln, accompanied by Mrs. Junes Watson Webb and Mrs. Edwarils, sister of tbe President elect, entered the room and stood at the ?euihiait end, facing the doors. The droris worn by Mrs. Lincoln on this occasion was of steel colored silk, made high in the neck, with a trimming of box plaited satin ribbon, a small lace collar, fkstened with a small diamond brooch, diamond ear drops to match, and block chenille and gold headdress. Mrs. Jobi's Waieon Webb, who had arrived in town but a short time before ibe reception took place, wore a dark ?olere<! French merino dress, cashmcre shawl and black velvet bonnet. Mrs. Kd wards had on a dark colored silk dre?s sprigged with small bright colored llowers. All the Udies carried bouquets ol choice (lowers, aud Mrs. Lincoln had also a small ivory fan, with which ?he (<ecas tonally fanned some of the gentlemen who l*i<l their respects to her, play fully telling them not to gut "too warm In the cause" As the ladies came up their names were whispered to Mr*. Webb, who Intro dueed them to Mrs. Lincdln; both bowed and smilod, and occasionally shook hands. Mrs. Lincoln's smile is a very phatiant and amiable one and all who had the pleasure of seeing her last evening, and witnessing her frank, easy and lady-like manner, agree that she would Nil with ease and dignity the high position to which she will shortly be called. Tbe ladles were, many of them In their walking costumes, while those stopping id the bouse were attired in silk Presses of a dark hue?all of them mtde high in the neck, wit!) small Lace collars?and headdresses of chealllu. Dving the evening a delegation from the Young Men'a Central Campaign Club was admitted, and introduced to Mrs. iJtfna by Uencral JaNMN Watson Webb. There vh but little ceremony or formality observed after the Introduction was over Those who chose to remain did and spent a short time chatting with their friends or UsteniDg to tbe sallies of wit from some one of tbe many cfl)?brities present. The following are the names of a few of the ladle* who had the honor of paying their re spucts to Mrs. Lincoln last evening:?Mrs. Belmont, Mrs. Dr8beppar4, Mr*. J. A. Keunedy, Mrs. Ma?m, Mrs. HoagUnd. Mrs. Higelow and Mrs. LefTerts, of Brooklyn. The reception lasted two hours, during which time about ?oe hundred ladies were preaentod to Mrs. Lincoln. MRS. LINCOLN'S SUITE. Mrs. I'd war 4s and daughter, the sister and niece of Mtp Lincoln, arrived from Boston laet evening, and will aeeompany her to Washington in the special train this morning, and remain with her until after the 4th of ?arch, and assist In inaugurating the hospitalities of the White House. AN INTERESTING INCIDENT. Mr. F- W. Packard, of 2M Broadway, presented Mr. Lincoln wHh an elegant photograph of the Htm. Joshua Dewey, of Brooklyn, N T., who is ninety-four years of ago and has voted at every Presidential election since Washington s, and for Mr Lincoln at the last. Mr. Dewey had ? long interview with Mr. aud Mrs. Lincoln at HitiitorBoiiM in tho morning, and was very much pleased with both of them. The following letter ac companied the picture 2*0 Bnouiwat, Nsw York, Feb. 19,1M1. Bf? Abraham Iaoou) ? Dear Hro?Allow me herewith to present you with a B>otograpb of my rcs|H>ru?d frlnnd, the Hon. Joshua ?acy.of Brooklyn, K. Y.. who has reached the ripe age or .ninety four years. He has voted at every Presi dential section sinco that of Waablngton, and takes gjrtae m the .'*Tv that he cast bis laat vote for "Honest Old Abe." Ho entered vi " army of tbe Revolution as a volunUnr at tbe tender age <h' fifteen; he has held many responsible public poeitiona, a*d in his lifetime has witMMed the birth, rise and progress of this great ?>ui*ry. Heaven has bounUoualy lengthened out his life, aad he lias come down to ua from another genera tion to remind uh of the cost and value of our institu tions, and of our duty In preserving them. Of no man In all the country can this be more truly said. He is the ?Ideat graduate of Yale College, and the oldest of the le gtslMors of the State of New York?one of the last of a feneration of men who pledged their "lives, tuetr for tone* and Uieir saored honor" tn defence of civil and re ligious liberty, and who wrought out in learH and blood the great government over which you have been called ?to prsslde. Full of yearn and of honors, yet with eye oodinmsd and Intellect unimpaired, with a Arm ?>tep he now tread* our streets aud gladdens our firesides, and with undiminished devotion prays for tbe preservation of oar country. He stands like a solitary watchman upon tbe ramparts of Ux> Union, impl?ring us to prot<>ct and preserve It from the ruthless hands that would tear It assunder, and bids as bring Its admin 1st ration hack to the standard of tooneaty and dmpllcty which characterised its earlier days lie desires me to assure you of hi* entire <oufl ?dence In your ability, integrity and patriotism, and to ?espr>?a 'he highest hope that with the assistance of Him who ban never forstketi this nation, you will be able to *or.?n(>lu? tbe mission you bnve b' fore you, and restore (harmony peace and fraternal affect Ion to thn vaxiois mm-tions of our now detracted country Hoping th it this ? uiple memento may not he unacceptable to one who I ?.? b< en called to a<)rolnister the government of so great, a v-erou* and confiding a puople, I am, respectfully, your ?, wnfcie servant, K. W. PACKAtt. A j TTEWPT TO TttROW THE PRISIDENTIAL TRA1M FROM THE TRACK. (From tbe lafuyette (ind.) Journal, Feb IB ) Vi, i ?.>re tm Matofday nlgnt placed In p lasessloo of tbe artou v;"K information that an attempt was made, on Monda t last, to writ it the train hearing the President electai ? Suite,at. iut one mile west of the stale linn. 17- pa. "ttculars, m. glvaa Bs by M'. Rich, ?f tbe folate and Wet *!!n Kallroad, nre, that a short time bef<>re the train was ?"e at ? **te lln?>, nn engineer who tvas prepar ing to takt. 011 * , / ' ,u,"l it necea?ary to run out to the wood ya *" [?f i'"'l Running at a n.oderate speed, he noticed an ' , H|r ri "n l'""truck. ?od e topping his engine, found H , * ?achiaa for psati'g earn oa the tra.lt had been i ,u*<l *1"* 'be ril'|u In micIi a manner that If a train at. u ll*,j struck it, engine :ini| ,<ars in Rt have be*> th | er- ns killed It ts almost impossible *'1 " thai any one i? no thoroughly depraved as to attem, *? ?J***" ? deed, hut we are aneured by our inl >m informaWbo mains from undouh'ed anlh nt ?? 7h* matu - won'd h ive been n.?d. pa bile before, but It "* l,J1t th- p-rpotrs loin of the dnHtardly out detected and trough', <? Jaatlai. The . t"'"V *sa a.lmltabiv p<aaaed -tbe r.hrtraetloa so . *t-utloii < .1 >n a eiralght tratk. wh?<r.< it would n. deen?e| i,. ? s^vy to exerclao any ftr?.at degree of ca ARRIVAL OF THE VICE PRESIDENT ELECT. VICE PRESIDENT HAMLIN'S PABTY EN ] ROUTE. Mr. Vice President Hamlin ud ady stayed ?' Wtadwr Locke, Oonn., on Tuesday night, with relatives, taking yesterday's one o'clock train to tills city. His progress, like that of the President elect, was a continuous ova tion, he being beset at every station by thousands ef its enthusiastic sovereigns, who took an interest in his elec tion, and so now appropriated some of the glory ef his triumph. Tliey succeeded frequently in tedocing their distinguished guest Into a speech. He was " drawn out" at Hartford, Meriden, New Haven, Bridgeport and Stam ford?"the Union and tbe constitution," "the fathers" and their ?'faithful sons," forming the staple of these va rious ventilations. Mrs. Hamlin is a smiling liUle woman with plerssat eyes and auburn bair, at leust twenty years her hus band's junior, and his second wife. Bhe is neat and ac tlve, and will be likely to prove an amiable aad popular mistress of the Vice Presidential mansion At Hartford a pretty bouquet was sent her by one of the prominent belles of that city. At New Havtn the reception was most tumultuous. There were sulvos of cheers, bowls, yells, "tigers" and "elephants"?a Babel confusion of crazy tongues, sounding like a discharge of pent-up thunder?clapping of bancs, jumping up and down, handkershief fluttering and band tbaking, and every poeeiole demonstration was r> sorted to for the purpose of working off the surplus in sanity. The hand shaking was disastrous?or, at least, Inconvenient. Mr. Uamlin'ls a genial and generout man, and so a cordial shaker of bands. The crowd rushed at bim when they had exhausted their lungs with their aoclama tic ns at the conclusion of bis speecii, and commenced a furious hand shaking. The eagorness of the clamorous multitude really threatened his safety, and as he reiessed himself he shouted to them;? Fellow Cmzsw? if 1 had as many arms as [Briareus, and I believe be had a hundred, you should have them all I And as he spoke he made a violent gesture outward with his arms, lost his balance, and fell from the piat , form, and found himself the helpless victim of that ra pacious crowd?tbe train, meantime, steaming off, with Mrs Vice President, to Washington. The conductor discovered his loss early, and came to a halt. Mr. H. making good time to the train, with the curious and good natured thousands at his heels, whose kind and pressing invitation to "stay all night" ae had aflectionately declined. HIS RECEPTION AT THE DEPOT AND DE PARTURE FOR THE A8TOR HOUSE. Tbe Hon. Hannibal Hamlin, the Vloo President elect, accompanied by Mrs. Hamlin and Messrs. Rice and Pike, Congressmen elect from the State of Maine, arrived in this city yesterday from Boston via the New Haven Kail road. Although It was well known that Mr. Hamlin would arrive yesterday, there wore but few persons at the depot awaiting bis arrival. Tbe whole number would not perhaps reach more than one hundred, and the majority of those were boys and the people of the immediate neighborhood. Shortly before the arrival of tbe train, which was due at 4:46, a handsome barouche, drawn by four stylish bay horses, drove up, and remained In front of the de pot; a c one carriage, also drawn by four horses, was in readiness to convey Mrs. Hamlin and Messrs. Rice and Pike to the Astor House, the place where all the party stop. When the carriages arrived it was generally supposed that they contained some of tbe members of the Common Council, but it was not so, those gentlemen, no doubt, being too much taken up with waiting on the President elect to take any notice of a lesser light. The gentlemen who were to welcome Mr. Hamlin were General Nye, Judge Latbrop. Messrs. Goodwin, Walton and FessondeB, members of Congress elect from Maine, and a few others. The train did not arrive at the depot until fifteen minutes past the regular time, and when it did come each car was watched closely by the outsiders, each one anxious to catch a glimpse of Mr. Hamlin as he descended from It. Tbe platform, however, was cleared by the police, and no one permitted to come upon it but those having business there. Mr. Hamlin waited until the other passengers had l??ft the car before he made bis appearance, and when be dul so be was at once hailed by the few friends who ha ' ga thered th?re to welcome him upon his arrival in this city, shaking hands all round followed as a matter of c 'urs?, and the honorable gentleman was then at once conducted to the burouche. As he came out of the nepot there was a rush to see bim. and an attempt ma le to get up a cheer , but, compared to tbe usual New York detain titrations, It was a decided failure?so much so that a etccnil one was not attempted. After Mr. Hamlin had taken his seat, General Nyo Judge lathrop and another person got Into the barouche, and it then gave way to tbe carriage that Mrs Hamlin and the others were to occupy, rhe carriages then proceeded to the Astor House by the following route ?Twenty sixth street to Fifth avenue, down the avenue to Fourteenth street, along Fourteenth street to Broadway, and down Broadway to the Astor House. Some of tbe persons present wore very much dlsap pointed that there was do speech or address of any kind marie, as they wanted time both to see an 1 hear the Vice President elect of the country, but he was hurried off in such a way that It was almost impossible to get a glimpse of bins; and a reliable description of his person, as seen at the depot, Is out of the question. RECEPTION BY HANNIBAL HAMLIN LAST EVENING. The friends and supporters of tbe Vice President elect paid their respects to him last evening at the Astor House. The reception took place between the hours of eight and ten o'clock, when about two hundred persons availed themselves of the opportunity. They were cordial ly received by Mr. Hamlin, who Introduced them to Mrs. Hamlin and after a few pleasant words and a warm shake of the hand they passed along to make room for others who were pressing eagerly forward. Many ladies were also presented to Mr. and Mrs. Ham lin, whose reception of them was calculate! to create a lasting and favorable impression. THE PROGRAMME OF THE PRESIDENTIAL TRIP. The following schedule shows the arrivals and depar tares In and from the various localities the President elect and party will visit on their journey:? Tavamur, Feb. 21?Leave New York at nine A. M., and arrive at Trenton at twelve M.; leave Trenton at half peat two P. M., and arrive at Philadelphia at four P. M. Fiunat, Feb. 22?Leave Philadelphia at nine A. M., and arrive at Harrlsburg at oae P. M. SarraatT, Feb. 23?Leave Harrlsburg at nlLe A.M., aad arrive at Baltimore at one P. M.; leave Baltimore at three P. M., and arrive at Washington at hair past four P. M. THE RECEPTION AT NEWARK. Nmu, N. J , Feb ?, 1M1. VlUaaeus poster* were displayed here today calling upon the unemployed wotkingmen to at tend at tbe depot ?poo Mr. IJncoln's arrival here, to demonstrate their differences with him. Thta evening the republican* re Mlved to turn out a cavalcade to escort tbe President elect through the city. ARRANGEMENTS FOR MR. LINCOLN AT TRENTON. Twdo-oh, N. J., Feb. 30,1861. Tbe arrangement* for the President elect are completed. Fifty additional police officers have been appointed to preserve order. Mr Lincoln and nit* are eipected to arrive about noon, with the Mate t oamlttee. The^wiU be received at tbe depot by the Major aad the city an thorities. Subsequently Ihey will be conducted to the Htate House In carriages. Mr. Uncoin will be intro duced to the Senate and then to tbe House. He will afterwards take dinner at the Trenton House. Great numbers of people are arriving here to pay their recpects to Mr. Lincoln. ARRANGEMENT* FOR MR. LINCOLN IN WASHINGTON. W*shm?itu!?, Feb. 20. 1MI. The business of arranging the preliminaries for the re ception for Mr Lincoln was left some time slnco to the charge of the Illinois delegation In Congress, aod they have completed the Arrangements, as indicated in my despatch yesterday, by procuring private apartments, having engaged an elegant and commodious dwelling in Krsnk'in row, belonging to \frsOommodorn Jmoot. Tlie South Carolina Commissioners occupied I he same house. It is being thoroughly refurnished. Mr. Smith, of the Congressional Constrratory, Is slr-ady busy In deeo rating and perfuming It with the natural productions or bis choice floral collection. The Invitation of Miss l-ane to Mrs. 1,'ncoln, to come directly to the White House upon her arrlvil here, l? re ceived as an act of courtesy on the pirt of Mim Lane which will distinguish her in the hearts of all intelligent classes, and will never bo forgotten by tli recipient of the courtesy. Mr. Lincoln's suite will stop at Willard's. The selection of a private house for Mr Lincoln, in stead of subjecting him to the mob of a h >tel, 1* con sidered wise by all of his friends here 5lsvsl latflllgrnre. The fnlted States Mo. p >f war Vwidalls, Captain 3. I'll ill I s I?e. from Vew York for the Ka?t Indies, was at Porto tir?t.fle on th? M nit. officers aid crew ail well SwwwfiH /?'?*>< rt'H Tvi"0H ?A letter, diled at diarWmnti >?.c? , _ rhe TyfX'grsrrfilfal I'nWin here luj d, It.ri its c '/? t n ?:t!i thf uitinul tody." ?Stwta Booth and J. W. " ?UWl0 "**? ^nmUly, traatia* th ^ * BUeh M "PPO'tuntty for ??n" ??? r IM wjj.es of two Tory Am tragedians la runty ww**fod*> <mr playgoars, and wo are not surprised *at the theatre u mghtly crowded to excess. Mr. Booth???KiU(ement closes oh Salmrday, and Miss Cush noan saeoeods turn. Oswatic Minm, The new opera, "Un BalJo In 'ra, ' w?? performed for the first time at Brooklyn w Tuesday to a crowded house, and will be repeated ttiere on .^aiirday for the bene tit of Higuor Brignoli. On Irlday the ?? Hallo " wlU be sung at the New York Aca oiuy. * Fra Diavolo ' is in rehearsal here. This opera has never been sung in Italian In this country. Auber arranged it for Bosio, who sung Zerllna with ( roat suc cess at the Lyceum TTjeatre, London, 1867. The Case of Joieph T. Kwett. TO TUB KDITOK OK TBK RERAI.D. ,, _ Nsw Vokk, Feb. 20, 18fll. the matter of Joseph T. Sweet, chargo'l with forgery w,l^.th? "oon? bounty Bank frauds, it has f ? . y noticed by the press that Mr. Sweet h?? lhe hwul? of Indiana. If this be so, which k can be. he has boen removed from this , de'^oe of ? wr|t issued by our aJy and legally si rved upon the oflicers tiiam Lr? ?k Swoct, which writ commanded 2t.2JM- J " Mr 8w?* Mote that Court ?rim,JMiw.holdlD? In this city, on the 22d nr<idniwi ?? thwv!k A. M. If Mr. Sweet's body is not With the writ 0I! day named in accordance half of Ur h-* , w?Mures wtll be taken on be-' Your <>h#?H M Public justice may render necrssary. Your obedient servant, H. gRLSWoI.O, Que of the counsel for J. T. Sweet. financial and commercial. Wednesday, Feb. 20?6 P. M. This haw been a dull day in Wall street. In first class paper there is something doing at seven per cent, but business is Limited by the scarcity of the right names. On call money is abundant at 5 a 6 per cent. exchange there is nothing doing, as nsnal on Wednesdays. The market promises to open steadily for the Saturday mail. The stock market was stronger to-day, and prices advanced all round. Yesterday's demon stration against the market appears to have led to some few outside orders to buy, and none to sell, Hudson River advanced 1%, Illinois Central 1, Toledo y, Galena yt, Reading %, New York Central y%, Tennessees 1, North Caro linas y%, Missouri*) yt. Railroad bonds were in less active demand. The bonds of the Hannibal and St. Josephs Road were 2% per cent lower, making a decline of about 6 per cent in a week. The decline of course is based on the famine in Kansas, which is ruining the business of the road. Treasury notes were % better, with a good demand. The Missouri election and the speeches of Mr. Lincoln are construed favorably in the street. The market was steady at the close, the following being the quotations:?United States 5's (1874), 85% a 87: Indiana State 5's, 88; Virginia State C's, 76 a y-, Missouri State 6's, 65% a 66; Canton, 14 a %; Cumberland Coal preferred, 7 a 8: Pacific Mail Steamship, 84% a yt\ New York Cen tral, <7% a %; Erie, 31% a 32; Hudson River, 44% a y%\ Harlem, 16y% a %; do. preferred, 38% a 39%; Reading, 42 a %: Michigan Central, 56>s a */6\ Mi chigan Southern and Northern Indiana, 14 a %; do. j guaranteed, 31% a 32; Panama, 114 a 115; Illinois Central, 79% a Galena and Chicago; 71% a j 72; Cleveland and Toledo, 32% a %; Chicago and Rock Island, 67% a %; Chicago, Hurlington and Quincy, 71% a 72; Illinois Central bonds, 7's, 96 a 97. From all that we can learn we infer that the amount of bids for the public loan to be awarded on Saturday next will, at least, equal the amount required by the government, and may exceed it. No general consultation has been held among the bankers here on the subject. It is understood, however, that one or two parties are inakiug uji combination bids for large amounts. A very wide difference of opinion appears to exist with regard to the rate at which the loan will be awarded. The s-ixes of 1808, with only seven years to run, sold this morning?an odd lot-at 95. The brokers re port that to get $10,000 of them it would be ne cessary to give 98 a 100. The new bonds are, of course, more desirable than the bonds of 1868, as \ they have thirteen years more to run. Much will depend upon the action of Congress with regard to the Small Treasury Note bill. If Mr. Sherman's scheme for raising money by the issue of small notes be adopted, the $1,000 bonds to be awarded on Saturday may enjoy the command of the mar ket for some time to come, as small Treasury notes would not compete with them. If, on the con trary, the action of Congress be such as to render it probable that Mr. Lincoln will have to borrow more money under the act of 1861, within a short period, the new bonds will not sell so well. Something, too, will de pend on the action of the New England towns. If Boston and Hartford bid for the new loan, it will probably sell better than it wonld have done had the only bidders hailed from New York. Judging from the tone of conversations in the street, it seems as though bids below ninety would not be likely to be successful, while few appear to think that there wiU be many bids over ninety. five. The prospect may change materially, how ever, between this and next Friday. The domestic exchanges are working more even ly. From a table kept by Mr. Van Vleck we per ceive that at New Orleans and Mo"bile the. exchange on New York is at par, so that shipments of gold to lhe South are at an end. At the towna of Vir ginia and North Carolina exchange rules at 5% a ? premium, and at Chicago and the Illinois and Wisconsin and Iowa cities at 6 a 8 per cent pre mium. The people of the West ought not to al low this winter to pass over without establishing a new and a sound banking law. The business of the Sub-Treasury was as follows to-day:? $174,476 84 ' 7a 00? 00 llalanM 2W.M0 06 3.36S,H38 88 The Michigan Southern Railroad the second week in February shows a gain of about $1,000. and the Rock Island road shows a decrease of MM. 41 the Hank Clearing Hons* were $l.?,8t>2,.?>4 21, and the balances $1,04)2,182 46. ?1400 r f> ???, 1*68 . 1000 I' 8 6 * 1H06 . lCfV PVn. 14, c'n 6000 Tr y 12 p e n *. 1000 do 30<0 Tr'y l?*p- n'* 2000 '>blo 6?, 18M6 10W 2000 T?>mi 6 ?, 1800 74 ?0(>fl N Orolin? 8 *. 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MOO NYContbd*. 1870 100 J, 13000 Hi I Vft.?HR. 43 2000 Hm1 R v RR 2d m 1001, 12 *lw I"! -VJIud OCo H7 fl I'actfir M ''<*?.. 84^ 150 N V Or,I RK .... 77* Ml <1" 77* 270 .... *7S HTO . . 44 M tic... . ... **H 98 102? 8> 64* 2ft Jwadlnn KR 42* 74* " V) *n* Hudson R RR 1 ' Harlem KR .... 100' hie ft Ilk I KR 44* 15* 57* 200 do. 200 do bflO 160 Micb On KK .... 200 di 50 do *10 .100 til On IR k? r,|i . 20 <lo 200 do I>6rt 50 <1 ft Chi RH ,M<> 60 do.^...,.. 42', 42* Ml* 66 , 56', 79* 79 7?* 72 71* CtTT OOMUKC1U. RKPOR1S ( wnmii, Fab. KM P. M. Awe.r-The market ?u quiet with aataU sates aft I* 19 fo* poU, ud at $6 36 for pearl*. tuuMmm?Floor?Holders ww? now aaxkma to wi, and tbe tendency of prices ?u downward. 11m de mand wae lea* active; shippers were not disposed to bar freely unlets at reduced prioos, in view of the scarcity o' freight room. Balee embraced bbls., dosing with in the following range of quotations:? Soperflue State ...$5 30 a 6 26 Kxti* State, good to cboioe 6 36 a 66 Superfine Western 6 20 a 6 26 Common to choice Western extra 6 35 a 7 xb liked to straight Southern 6 46 a 6 #j Straight to geoU intra do 6 !<0 a 7 2> (%oice extra family and bakers' brands.. 7 26 a 8 00 Rye flour 3 30 a 4 10 Corn meal, Jersey and Brandy wine 3 00 a 3 -10 ?Canadian flour was steady and Arm The sties em braced about 300 bbls., at $6 36 a $7 26 for extra) Southern tl iur was unchanged, while the Kales embrace about 9,000 bbls , In small Tots, within the range of >h4 above quotations. Kye flour wan steady at < U' quotations, with bales of 100 bbls Corn m al was steady and sales light at quotations. Wheat?Holders asked full prices, but buyers were pur chiising with li'f-s freedom. The sales amounted to 43,000 bushels, at (1 40 a $1 46 for white Western; $1 30 a $1 33 for red winter; $1 23 a $1 26 for ordinary to very choice Milwaukee club, and Chicago spring on p. t. Corn opened lirmly, but closed heavily al 680 a 70c. for old mixed Western, in store and delivered; (t3r. a flic, for new do. do., and 72c. a 76c. for white Southern: sales 46,000 busbeis. Hurley and oats are unaltered. Cokksk.?The market was quiet and prices unchanged, with small sales of Kio within the range of 11c. a 18c., and 40 bags Jamaica at 12>4c. Cottok,?The market was quite steady, with sales of 3,000 I alee, closing on the hauls of 11 a 11 J<c., chiefly at the latter figure. About 700 balsa middling uplinds were sold from store at 11 Xc. KhKiiiirm.? Uoom was limited, and the lirmuoeR of ship owners tended to check engagements To Liverpool 12 COO bushels of corn were ong.iged at 12 VI >llU1' 8,600 do., in ship's bags, at ll^d. Wheat, in bulk and bags, whs firm at 12)?d. a 13d.; 2,000 bbls. llour at, p. t., and 300 boxes bacon at S7s. 6d. To London 600 bbls. Uuur were engiiged at 4s., and 20 tons measurement goods at 30s., 100 boxts bacon at 42s. 6d., 100 tierces beef at 8s. 6d. To Bremen 100 cases tobacco at 32i., and some mea snrement goods at 32s 6d. Hay ? sales of 800 bales were made for shipment. Moiashw?-ales of New Orleans ranged from 33c. a 36c., without sales of Importance. Oils.?Unseed was steady, and selling in jobbing lots at full prices. The following statement of the New Bed ford market, for the week ending February 18, is from the WhaU-mtn'i Shi/tying List.?The market for oils has been exceedingly dull the past week, ana the only trans actions we have to note are sales of parcela of sperm, amounting to 460bbls., for export, at prices not trans plrcd. Whalebone?Since our last 18 000 lbs. Ochotsa and 6,000 lbs. Northwest on private terms. Paovmoas.?Pork?The market was quiet, and sales limited, at S17 a $17, 18X, while some holders demanded $17 26. Prime was steady at $18. Beef was steady, With tales of 160 bbls., including repacked mess, at $8 76 a$8 76, and extra do. at $10 a $10 76. Prime mess was inactive at $16 a $17. Beef hams were in fair demand, and prime in fair request at $14 a $16. Cut meats were steady, with sales of 110 hhds and tierces at 6}?c. a 6Xc. Pressed hogs were firm and in fair demand, at 6Jj|c. a OJ^c. for Western and at ttJio. a 7c. for city. Lard was in fair demand and steady,with sales of 300bMs and tierces at 9\,c. a 10c., and prime city at 10'ac. alO^c. Butter and cheese were steady. State butter rangel from 17c. a 18c. for good, and Ohio do. at 15c. a 17c. Cheese ranged at lO^c. a 12c. for prime; Western Reserve,Ohio, at 8}?c. a 9c. Knit.?Sales of 230 casks were made at 3J?c. a 4'^c. SroAJts wore steady, with sales of about 1,000 hhds. Cuba at 4>t0. a 6%'o., and 600 boxes at p. t. WniHKKY.?Sales of 600 bbls. were made at 17^c. Sales of Real Estate. By P. C. Bulkley. 80Cherry St., corner of James St., 26x60 $11,860 82 " ?? " 6,600 ^ 11 11 11 5 300 100 James St., 20x60 7,176 98 14 ?' 7,126 100 " 26x100 5 (vacant lot) 7,000 By A. J. Bleocker, Son & Co. 4 story brick house and lot, 3d av., near 65th st , 26x60 $7,760 Married. Bkiazk?Hit J.?In Hackensack, N. J., by Rev. J. Pe Baun, on Tuesday, December 4,1860, Loch A. Bkia/.k, of Cuba, to Maky A., adopted daughter of Geo. H. Hill, of Mcrrtsania, N. Y. . Coffin?Commt.?At the residence of Mrs. Jam*R L. Stralton, Hudson, (Columbia county, on Wednesday, Janu ary .'10. by Kev. Wm. Watson, Capt. Charms O. Corral to Miss Anmk K. Com>n. Huvr?Camio.?On Monday. February 18, at the Church of tbe Saviour, Brooklyn, by Rev. Dr. Farley, Chaklks H. HrNT, of New York, to Miss Ikahkua Cajwo, eldest daugh ter of Mr. Oeo I). Casslo, of tbe former place. Lkwis?Lotkwood.?At St. Ann's church, on Wednes day, February 20, by the Rev. Thomas Gallaudet, Frahk W. I.kv is to Hkijds M. Locxwood, daughter of tbo late J. J. lock wood. MaKxKitm?Rok.?At Passaic, N. J., on Mondav, Febru ary 18, by tb<' Kev M. B. Smith, Mr. J. C lam to Miss Fa.vmk Rok, daughter of David I toe, Esq. Tottkn?Shocrt?On Saturday, February 16, by Rev. Mr Mctane, Pktkk Tottkn to Mrs. Lktitia Snorter, both of Wllliamsbuig. Birth. Skymovr.?On Thursday, January 24, Mrs. Harry Sky hovr, of a daughter. All well. London (England), Calcutta and Melbourne papers please copy. Dfatki. Addison.?At St. Paul, Minnesota, on Wednesday, Feb ruary 13, Jotaoii Ai>ddx>n, of the tlrm of Addison Brothers. Notice of tho funeral will be given hereafter. Hyrah ?On Wednesday morning, February 20, John A. RvK.tK, the beloved son of Patrick and Bridget Byrne, aged 11 months and 17 days. Mother, dear, do not lament Those blowings which our 8avior sent; Weep not for me for parting from your breast, For the lard He called me here to rest. The frieads and relatives of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of his parinta, Fourth street and Fifth avenue, this (Thursday) afternoon, at two o'clock. Bxmiall.?On Wednesday, February 20, after a linger ing iilnesa, Anna Mathjia, wife of M. J. Bondall, aged 30 years, 2 months and 26 dayl. The funeral will take place this (Thursday) afternoon, at two o'clock, from her late residence, 650 Greenwich street. The friends of the family are invited to attend. Browkk ?Od Wednesday morning, February 20, Mrs. Rlbahktii Bkowkk, widow of John 0. Brower, in the 76th year of her age. The friends of the family are respectful^ invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of her son in law, Isaac liubolK, 11? Second street, on Friday afternoon, at twoo'clock. Th< remains will be taken to Greenwood for Interment. Connollky.?On Tuesday, February 19, at nine o'clock A. M., John Ooxhouty, a native of Ireland, parish of Crookstown. county Kildare, In the 47th year of his age. The friends and relatives of tho family are respectfully Invited to attend his funeral, this (Thursday') afternoon, at one o'clock, from his late residence, No. 16 Hisabeth street. The Boniface Musketeers are requested to attend. Dublin papers pleaae copy. Oxrfirr.?in Yorkvtllc, on Wednesday, February 20, after a long and severe (line**, Woman Qxioky, a native of the parish of Ardagh, county Longford, Ireland, In the 58th year of hla age. The relatives and friends of tho family, likewise those of his brother, Matthew Oocgey, are respectfully invited to attend the funaral, this (Thursday) afternoon, at htff past one o'clock, from his late residence, in Ninety se cond street, between Fourth and Fifth avenues. Boston and California papers please copy. Ooinrr.?In Brooklyn, on Wednesday, .February 20, Amut L., wife of W. C. Coney, aged 22 years and 3 months. The relatives and friends are Invited to attend the funeral, on Friday afternoon, at two o'clock, from her late residence, 200 High street. Peektkill papers please copy. O'UKBU Y?A solemn mass of requiem will be oele brated for the repoae of Joan Connxllv. 16 FJiaabeth street, at the Church of Transfiguration, this (Thursday) moraine, at half past ten o'clock. Dtchmak.?On Tuesday morning, February 19, Miner Ptjuman. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, on Friday morning, at half pa?t ten o'clock, without further Invitation,from theresl denre of her uncle, Isaac Dyckman, King* bridge Rill,?Of consumption, on Sunday, February IT, at his residence in IicKalb avenue, Brooklyn, W?. Hiu., former ly of Weybridge, England. K HI* remain* were interred In the Cemetery of t je Evor green* on Tuesday, February 19. lUminn.?On Wednesday, February 20. Philip N. Batiiuii, in the 64th year of nis ace. The relative* and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Friday morning, at ten o'clock, from hi* late residence. Mo. 00 l<ecoy street, without further invitation. .JuYfX.?In Brooklyn,on Wednesday, February 20, Fk.au ns Bernard. eldest s<m of Matthew and Mary Joyce, aged 2 year* and 0 montl.*. Bis remains will be taken from the residence of hla pa rents, Portland avenue, near Atlantic, to Calvary for in terment on Friday, at two o'clock. Li < ?On Wednesday, February 20, Ptaiuui Lcc, In the 80tb y*ar of hi* age. The relative* and acquaintance of the family are re i|ie<tfull> invited to attend the funeral from his late re ?td< nee, No 62 Hammond street, on Friday aft? 'iioon, at one o'clock, without further Invitation. Mora*.?On Tuesday, Kebruary 19, Johk Moras, aged 30 ynats, a native or Annuhervey, barony of GanMl, Kings county, Ireland. The frlenns of tho famllv, and those of hla bi -th"r I n law Peter I'alley, also the members of com|>any I, Bitty ninth regiment, and the members in general, are re spectfully invited to attend the burial, this (Thursday) af ternoon, at half past one o'clock, from hi* late residence, No. 1H3 Kl .iabeth street. WcMah"> ?In this city, on Tuesday evening, February 19 .lifter a brief ll'nes*, Win mm MiMakos, aged 33 years The relative* of the family are rmpectfully Invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of his brother, lot I'uM H?ni?t?>ni?tiset, this (Thursday) morning, at half (wist ten o'clock, witlNMt further notice. Moos*?<>n Wednesday morning. February 20, Mrs. I/ori?A I? M'xisr, in tlie 64th year of her age. The fu.ieral will Uke place on Friday afternoon, at on* oYliri< from the residence of her brother, C. 8. I'arsons. 80 Metre* place, Brooklyn. The relative* and friend* of tho faww'y are Invited to attend without further invita Ho*. Ilal^wtr.'" payers jilease copy MiMtMSC?Oo Wednesday, F'hroary 20, Wii.uta H. M< MAwrt, aged 4 years and 7 month*. The r< Wttve* and fr lend* of tho family are respectfully Invited t<> attend the funi r?l, this (Thursday) af tern ion, at two o'*K>ck, from 190 Urst avenue, without further in vitat ion Qtm.-dl TWtay morning, Febroiry 19, Wii.tjab qi tji%, Hgrd :? y -r* and 10 dayt Be rrMtmilli ir the family, fli mem bHt at Atlas Lodge No. 316, r. and A. H., are reaper tfalij tn-rited to attend the funeral, this (Thursday) ifttnwa, at one o'clock, front the Cttjr Hospital. Ri'dd.?On Wednesday, February 20 after a long and protracted illness, Mrs. Chkimtlanha Reno, In the 72d year of her ace. The friends and relatives of the family are respectfully invited to attend her funeral, from her late residence 6W Washington street, ou Friday morning, at ten o'clock.' fun* ?In this city, on Wednesday, February 30 Bkn jaml* F tixmi, a native of Boston, aged 30 years and 7 months. His remains will be carried to Boston. Massachusetts, New Hampshire and New Jersey papers plcate copy. ?In Brooklyn, on Wednesday, February 20, Mrs. l.YiuA A., wife of Lorecio X). Simons, aged i!4 years 9 months and 4 days. ' I be relatives and lrlends of the family are respectfully ir vittd to attend the funeral, this (Thursday) afternoon, ut half pafct four o'clock, frrm ber late resilience, No 6 Greene avenue. Her remains will be remured to Heinp Bt. an on Friday morning at eight o'clock. Smith ?On Wc Inesoay, February 20, after a short 111 ne?g, Ida KiXinrriiN, daughter of Charles E. and M. Jennie Smith, aged 1 year, 4 mouths and 20 days. The relatives an l friends of tho family aro respectfully Invited to attend her funeral, this (Thursday) afternoon, at one o'clock, from tho residence of her paronUi, No. 518 Fifth street. Sinews?On Wednesday, February 20, suddenly, of apoplexy, J. H. Hmon, in the 40th year ot bis ?go. lbe relatives und friends are invited to attend the fu neral, from his late residence, No 80 West rhirtv third street, on Friday ufterno m, at one o'clock. His remains will be taken to Greenwood Cemetery. Smith ?On Wednesday morning, February 20, Chkk.ic* Ni'Ri'iiots, Inlant son of J. Connor and Mary Bleeckor Smith. Woodbvit.?On Tuesday, February 19, Mrs. Uakuakkt WooMi'n. The relatives and friends are respectfully invited to at tend the funeral, from the residence of her sister, 11)2 Esst Twenty first street, this (Thursday) afternoon, at two o'clock. WaaoN.?On Wednesday morning, February 20,at half pa?t five o'clock, Racukl Aj>n, daughter of Henry and I Rachel Wilson, aged 6 months and 16 days The relatives and friends aro respectfully invited to at tend the funerd, this (Thursday) afternoon, at two o'clock, from the residence of her parents, No. 74 I'ike street, corner of Cberry street. SHIPPING NEWS. ALXiiio roa ifkw rou?this dat. 8 461 moon hkts morn 4 14 ? 6 42 | uiuH WAttK morn 4 W Port of lK?w York, February yo, 1861. CLEAKFD LlHt^iW>1/sonr ^ theiiouth? Kearney, Savannah?Samnel wSSTfco^ LocU,t Point' French. Baltimore?H B Crom Bark Tejuca, Harriman, Rio Janeiro? R P Buck A Co f*1r? H,a". Gibraltar? Yates, Porterlield A Co. A Rud , yiD* Cloud> Cleipens, Wilmington?Ruudell, J ones Brig Crania, Wayoott, Bristol?.led Frye. Brig Conflict, Poland, St Kitts?J W Hubbard & Co. Brig OraniulH, Pettinglll, Neuvltas?T Owen A Hon. Schr Genu (bri, Wilson, St Jobn-H J A C a Dewolf. ^Schr Sunny South, Weeks, Savannali-McCready, Mott Schr Ocean Wave, ZelutT, Norfolk?M Bedell. SchrW Hone, Scott, Philadelphia?J W McKee. Steamer Jersey Blue, Chadsey, Bristol?L Kenny. ARRIVED. Ship Astrea (of Boston), Simpson, Baltimore, 7 days. In ballast, to C H Fessenden. Came out Cape Henry In com panj with ships Peerless. Ring, and Manliua, Harris, both for Liverpool; ( hupin, McCruUes, bound 8. Saw at anchor off New Point Comfort, ship Patterson, bound S, saw going in ship S Curling, f 1 om Callao. * F,ll?nne, Dec 25, Gibraltar Jan II, wl& fruit, to Peck A Church. Off Malaga wan in com pany with brigs OCClarv anil Kliza Bell. Passed the Rock In company with bark M J Pajer*. for NYork. Jan 31, lat timore spoke ui'g Moonlight, from i'alermo for Bui ''V* Tscony (of Philadelphia), Brown. Palermo. Dec 1 D ?ib^,ta.r,Ja".U ? wllh frult. to Lawrence, (ill.-., A Co. Baltimore), Gait, Rio Janeiro, Dec rr> Norfolk 24 hours, with coffee, to Rnndle, Jones A Kuage. <? .?el.D(leer.(2.f New "avenK Lanfare. Port Spain, Feb 5'. i-'i. V, l . Trowbridge's Sons, of New Haven. Passed st Thomas 9th Inst; saw a propeller goint; in, disabled, un aerMood from NA ork 10th, sp<!ke baik 11 Trowb2Uge, from Antigua tor N\ork. 17th, experienced a heavy g ile from the westward. ? uJL'iKLamplighter, Thompson, Bonaire, Feb 4, with salt, to J MTilin A Co. I ?An1^p?on' Matanras, 9 days, with sug*r Ac, wiihtf.ViTu ?' ,6't1 'nHt' 141 M, Ion 76, was In company with bark Mary Lowell, bound N ' AUas iof Kennebunk), Bartlett, NewOrlesns 14 davs JTfrTinHCi' 10 HKlversmltb. l-lth Inst, in the n,^in h lbe materiel of a ship, sup of^mpty hhds 0re' *Jfto birge numbers Nov 4: pw,8ed Anj|er ''rogreaidve Ace (of Belfast), Thompson, Macao Oct 17' ui 27 r ^0V?V,^.lth mdse' to R I' Huck & Co. Dec for Boston "l>"ke bark Aurelia, from Calcutta m^iS? rCh?.* P?lf' ^'ckeit, Messina, 80 days, Olbral tar .lan 10, with 1 ruit, to Peck A Church. v i^V* KU5lV,' Tainptoo, Jan 26, with hides Ac, to phUrlte, fi'i^LlTerpool. w"h ^^ish sctir Am k-i?.r!S ioT*" Uw"n (of Portbind), Pettlngill, Cardenas, u w uMP/*c- 10 Thompson A Hunter SaSr(W Bo,ton)'iiardy'M,iunz&"' Kebii wi^!,^r?,ol,HTO[Ttt^arAni':or,rlmn- M'lanlag' F?b 10' Brig Bion Bradbury (01 Kastport), Millar, ClenfuMos. with i-dwlJ>rd,l??tt hi 4r :t I)ec on the outward pas trfm Son Bradley, of England, was killed by falling ??atlLSrro"n*.(of EMt MachlM), Norton, Trinidad, Feb 2 witu mouMcg, to master. ' Williams, Trinidad, Feb ?, with sn * Ac-10 K 1 ??ck A Co. Passed schr Velma, hence, bound ba^Ust, r?S^rr.(0f My,UC'' Eldrid??' Ke? "'est, 7 days, in Rchr Jonas Hml'th, Dayton, WHmlngton, NC, S days. Schr John, Stetson, N llmlngton, NC, S days. ^hr Bergen, Cole, City Point, 3 days, with cotton, to Isaac Schr John Perkins, Coombs, t orfolk, S days. Schr Jos Marsh, Matthews, Virginia, !l days We#k*' ,Qlet' fro? "ark Mau Schr Susan. Kldridge, Gforses Banks. ysamsr IssMa. Orookar, ?l^mer Wsmsatia, Arey. New Bxlf?nl RIssmst Ospray. Kenny. Provldenc*. StessMr Petrel, Teun*. Provldenos. reTOrt?**r?ih^.Tf 7IPAure*.(Br)^HmUh' h?nc* for Uwpool, ' *ot underweigh from KW H| .ami at f PM ^IUht wlnrf 2-w the ?f the wind; ?nt n!yi_ V? fr?n>W NW sprung up, got underwelgh, d,Hn/i? Sa1.?T? dJ?;l>*nt?d pilot at I, the wind then hauling to HE; at? PM Ucked to SW; at 7. th? hreeie bs^n s^ls al?rpM,hlni!<ik '"J*11."*h,1 and double reefed top IT in St blowing a hard gale from KW, furled main .afl at 10 PM .quite calm forabout A minutes, H lizliland lJi/ht Sh'efcbL^6 ^!'hlP " ? ?t l.? ATM, a^iolenl J^ll blowing away the fore and main topsail* and doing other damage; wore around amt headed K, and g n wlni sKU- ?}? re 1 canvass on the ship; at midnight, t>2. ** " wlth * ?"?' <>f lightning, man! 5m JS?P ' ^ 5fi*r PU'UP'U* 30 minutes and fln<5n* she v sounded her and found she had sprung aleak und IT dA K 4 p? "Arr P ^ P^r1 her I'Utperfect / ar7 *T 4 i M, and concluded to put back; 17lh tool! a 01 lot lhS,ab2?2? N? ^ to ?uni: ooSffSii h? b??" Kat thJ^u! ihfiiik. ,^ LJ*bt durin# 'he heaviest .'u e,"fhlnlng WSS so severe at times as to itZVsfVf ^ boArd f?r some seconds; l?th. ThT. i?!!.y of?^sndy Hook, was taken in tow by steaatug Tboa ? reeboni, C?pt Morrell, and brought to the cHy. ^ SAILED. ZK^iBr)' *'n?,ton. J?; Star of the South, Sa SfSShit,do; Wind at sunset W. HiKfllaaroai. Pimc on SniraoABD?About halfpaat 1 o'clock AM yeaterday a Ore *u discovered on board the brig Emma Mayo, lying at pier ft KR. Officer* BUlr, McKean, Hmprtjr and Naabitt, of the Harbor rollcc. ware promptly on board and *aoceeded In eitlngulahtng the flame*, bat not before the galley and other portion* of the ve*ae 1 were deatroyed. Buii'H Ship Oilliit, nrevlonaly reported aa having put back In dlalreaa, la now attar Union Htorea, BrooUyu, dla charging. Bake Blace Mommit, before reported abandoned, waa in ?ured on veaeel and cargo at varlotia office* la New fork and Philadelphia to the amount of $27,000. 8rnn J Rcauir. Coleman, at New Bedford from Kliiabeth port, got upon tb? Midair Ledge In the Bay lath, and gut off morning of lvth leaking. Sena J L Oauur, Rich, from Clenfuegos for New York, put Into Wilmington, NO, 17th lnat for repair*, harlng aprung aleak. Bca* Habbiit Nrwkll, from Norfolk for Providence, which went aabore on Long Beach, N.I, 7th lnat, will be a totalloaa Only about 30 buahela of corn wlU be aaved, out of a cargo eonsmUng of X.SI2 buahela. Hohr Qctcehtkp?The nrhr Ada arrived at Boston 10th with the iichr QuickaU-p in torn-, having fallen In with her aban doned on the H'lh lnat The (Jnlckatep had a cargo of flour, and waa bound f rom New York to 8t John, N B. Scnm Jct-ira Wana, Kldrldge. put Into Key Went prevloua to 13th lnat, with loaa of rudder bead. Hbe waa on the paaaage from New Orleana for New York, and would repair Imme diately and proceed. Baitof, Feb 10?Flahing arhr Ada arrived here thla morn ing, having In low Ike Br achr Uul<-k*tep, whlrh waa fallen In wftn abandoned on lilth lnat. The Qutokatep wan from New York with a eargo ol Hour for HI John, NM ?<lly telegraph to ?11 wood Walter, E><|. Secretary of Boa d of Underwriter.!.) Miaatirn Vkb*bl? Centre board achr Twin Brother (of Cleveland. Ol, from Roaton Nov 4, IW, with rutlroad iron and other merrh*ndl"e, for I?vaooa, Ten*. haa not aince been heard from, at<d haa probably foundere.1 at *ea Hhewaa commanded by Capt John Allen, of Harwich, M?aa, and had on boaid aa paaaengera a Mr Woven*, wife and tnree chil dren. of Worreater; alao a young man and woman, believed to be oonncetiona of Sir vena The rcate'a name waa L IjiupMon, believed to belong to Boeton The ro*t of the crrw unknown. Macbitii>?, J*n4?Khlii John llavnn, (late Kalter), put In here on the lltb ult, disabled (before reported). Hhe was from Mniiila for New York, and some week* before her arrival she waa kuoek'd doen in a he avy gale and carrbd nwav her fore Mipmaat, fore to]>gallaniinast and main rigging, aprung main U>ptnn*t and h> ad* of main and mlien ma?t?, and aprung and twlati-d iudder head. Hhe bore up for tliia port, and we are aorry to add that a few day* before her arrival Capt Salter died of ferer brought on by eiposiire at the time of the aoci dent?(By letier io Rllwood Walter, E*'|. Heoretaryof th" Board of I nderwrltera.) QcicB Voyaok?The bark Helndeer (of New Haven), Capt A F Ijinfare, aalled from thia port Jan 17 for Barluul >a, with srt head of h'>ja.*and mule* on deck; arrived at Barbidoa In 9 day*, discharged her inboard cargo, look In i>allaat and pro ce^ed to Port Spain, Trinidad, where ahr Ian ??(! the (lack load she atiled thence Sd inat and arrived here yeaterday (Pnh ?tliu? ni.tklng the round voyage in 88 day s counting the dayi of nailing and arrival aa on*' day. the Bremen ateamahip New York, after having e>mple<ed ber repalra, ?ai last evening United off the great baiaace dock ?nd towed to h?r berth, pier No SO NK. The ateamahip ('hamploa, of Vand' -nllt'* line, ha* been taken on the Kt'-at balance dork for the purpoee of During her hull acraped and newly painted. I.AP?rrn A fine b*rk of 4?0 ten* would be launched at N< atom pott, from the yard of Mr Win Curler afternoon of ixih iaat Mm h?? been aold to Capt Cha* F White and other* of Boaton. A vet v anterior white oak berk of MO ton* bun hen wm launched from Hie yard of Mr Jo* C'o?a. a* Newburrport, lath lnat. Hhe I* owni'd by Mea?ra fnow A itiderof Hn? on and the builder. Hh* la c?lied the Oulding liter, and will b towed to Hoeion during the week. Wha lemen. Off IJttie Klah Bay, WCA, ao date bark Odd Fellow, R me BH, ?'W ''Ida apMl wh; h id >nly ISO bbl* undllt'J, ,mj would go Into port for caak*. 4 A Inter from Cupt Dimmick, of bark Tropie Bird, NB, i? port* bar at sea Dae IS. in let5 4* N, ton 3J?* W, ail wi laat rapurn-a, all well, and expected to be at Barbados laat of Jcimitry _ . fpekrn?Not 2H. lat *4 S3, loa 48 <*, bark John Dawaoa, &t New Bedford, which had ukea an (*J bbl sperm whale a few days preHoue. Heard from, no date Ac, ship Newark, Smith, NB, 600 bbia ?p oU - 8pokes, ?c, Khip Mary Hammond, Dyer, from Liverpool for New Or leans A) (lay* out, lat 26 52 Ion 41 30. (?hip Mary Robinson, MoCleave, heooe Mot 18 for Ban Franriaco, uo date, lav 22 60 H Ion 38 16. Ship Crimea, Morgan, from Liverpool Dec J for Bombay, Jan 3, lat 8 N, loo 24 W. Ship Ann K Hooper, Hooter, from Philadelphia forLtar pool, keen off oenlopen, Krt 17, at 10 AM. Bark lonlf. of Portland, from Meaalna for Philadelphia, Jan IV, In Strait* of Gibraltar. Forrign Ports. AifTwcur, Jan SI?In port ship President Bmidt. Balleer, for Boatuo koou, E Buikley, Boas; Julia K Tyler, Lowry; Berlin, May, anfl Adele, Clauaaen, for New Vorkaoon; bark* Due Cognati (Aus), Oudaz, lor dodo; Baltic vPrua), Grun btrg, for do do. Bombay, Jan 13? In poit ship* R Robinson, RoMnson, for London log; Itaac H buardman, Brown, and Typhoon-Bal ter, for Liverpool ao; hgerla, Pollock, lor do,cbidat ?3 10a for ?, cotton and 12 i? for ? s eda, SUlistria (Br). Hawaa. and Snlrltof the Timer, Klein, lorN'Vork ldg; vulture, GIB, for f almouth for oiders chid for London at ?2 12s, or Hull at ?> Ifla; Antelope, Cole, and Tornado Momford, uoc Livkkfooi, Feb 2?Adv. Nova rtcotian (s>, for Portland TUk America (?), for Boston Wh; Kangaroo (?), for NYork 4th: W Flak, Cutler, for Boa tun &th; Invincible, Hepburu. for NYork 7th; Middlesex. Pannelee, for do Mth; John Carver, Edge, for Philadelphia with despatch. Hiawatha, Currle, for City Point: lien Washington, Richardson, for Mobile; Mamara nack, Cufhlng,for NtirieansHth; ('astute, Smith fordo; Min nesota ikhipi, 79U tons Am register, built at Cincinnati in 1846, to be sold j tb, if not previously I.onuon, Feb I?In port ships Carolus Magnus, Ashlar, for NYork ldg; Plymouth hock, Hammond. Margaret Mvaa*. Warner; London, Hnrlbui Devonshire, Anderson; Daniel WehsUr, Kpenrcr; Chrtxilaoa. Monk, and Jacob A Btanler, Young, for do; Courier. Olinstesd, for Rio Janeiro do: John A Parks, Rich; Helen Mctfew, Hanson; Aspaala, Lamb; Robin Hood, Crowell: Wild Hover. Crowell, ana Flying' Cloud, Winhor, for Port PUl ip do Mogul, Hpoonei-, for Bom bay do; Martha, Lau?, tor Calcutta do; Mary Bradford, Thompson, for Melbourne do; Htarof Hope. Pear on; Joseph (ilkbrist, Gilchrist; Kmily Farnum, Bimes; Golden Rocket, French; Monsoon, Flye; Matiapan, Watts, Golden Rule, Crowell; buperior, Koule; Hurtrnse, Barnea; Edw O'Brien, Fountain; Waverly, Hendv; Daphne, Havener; H B Wright, Park; Gov Morton, Dun'ar; \ ictoria Reed, Preble; Alice, Murphy, and Louisa, Bowen, dltg, Adams, Adams, and Ma callan, Nichols, line; barka Hesoer, Perkins, for Madras: Btorm Bird, D'Oyley, and James w Paige, CUuner, dlsg; Bi iirs Neptune's Bride, Gillett, do; L B Cowperthwalt, Ro gers, do. Pokt Spain, Feb S?In port brig Scotland, for NYork. Bid 3d, bsrk Hyperion, Porto Rico. Rottkkdam, Jan 29?in port ?bips Edward Everett, Gunby, for Baltimore; Kalamazoo, Taylor, and Juliet Trundy, Spal ding, for NYork; and the following foreign veaaela:?8ara macca, De Vrles; Guinea, Harst. and Johanna Bartha, fe ninga (all Dutch), for Boston; Beaver (Br), Utley, fordo. 81'math a, Oct 1?On the Pepper Coast, ship Australia, Dud ley, to sail abi Nov 1 for Perniimbuco for orders Ht Thusik, Africa, about Dec 1?Sid schx Bt Helena, Bob erts, Congo Klver. Tkhccika Island, Jan 17?In port brig Adeline Sprague, Smith, from Madeira for UHtales. Tampico, Jan 26?In port schr Mystic Valley, for New York ldg. Tbixidad, Feb 8?In port btrks Marv, Oibbs, wtg; ROW Dodge, Jarvia, for NYorlt ldg; brigs H H McUilvery. Clifford, for Boston do; J W Woodruff, Robinson, lor NYork do; ana o inert. ? American Ports. J APALACHICOLA, Feb 13?In port ships Benledl, Mofcr; Bay State, Cruwell, ami Wm Llbby. Blshoo. lor Liverpool ldg: bark Wm II Wall, Parks, for Boston do; achis Jos W Web ster; Bla<e, for do do; Robt Palmer, Wei ion. for NYork de; Greenland, Carver, Inim Grand layman arr 9th, diag. Bid 13th, schr Kckford Webb, Wyman, Liverpool BOSTON, Feb 19?Arr barlu Mary Adella, Kellar, and Gen Taylor. Brown, NOrleans; Jennie, Fletcher, Portland; schrs Kate Merrill, Wicks, Mobile; Constllu'lon, 8t' out, Georeetown BO; B 8 Wright, Brown; L E Gallagher, Spear; A Herbert, Purvere, and Eastern Light, . Tangier; Plymouth Rock. Norris, N York. Signal for 2 brigs, one gone to N shore. Cld steamships (Canada (Br), Anderson Liverpool via Halifax; Kensington, Baker, Philadelphia: bsrks Edw Everett, Hard ing, Ht Pierre, Mart; Medora, Webster, Matanzas; Oak, Ry der, Philadelphia!!. brig Anglo Saxon, Dodge, Rotterdam; schrs R M Price, Kelly, W ilmington Del; Pearl, Brown, Bal timore. Hid wind W to NK. steamers Kensington; Huron, Newburyport, to tow new bark Guiding atar to Boston. 20th?Arr (by tel) barks Hjofna, London: M B Stetson, Mes sina; Susan Clark, Galveston; A H Kimball, and OKtarrett, NOrleans; Arethui-a, Apalacbicola; brigs Umpire, Cardenas; Aurate, and Vesta, Galveston; Loch Lomond, NOrleans. BALTIMORE, Feb 1?? Arr sohrs Wm H Rutan, Sprague; NYork; R 8 Warren. Warren, Savannah. Sid schr Surer Star. Phillips, Savannah. BUCKSPORT, Feb It?Sid brig Wm McGUvery, Carlisle, Sagna. In port 14th, brigs Globe, C Nichols, C Heath, Tangier. 0a? k thnrinc Maria; schrs Henrietta, Madonna, M E Pearson, New ' Globe, Globe, Jack Downing, J C Homer, Lurana, Laurel, 8 Francis, S K Hart, J Bliss, 1.astern Belle, ll LOrcutt, William Carroll, C C Farnsworth, Nancy, Brier, R M Coleon, N Berry, Pavilion. Banner, Melrose, Philanthropist, Ocean Wave, Wm Tell, H Crosby, Luella, Clinton, G Hernon, Sea Breez?, Sarah May Queen, 8 Hall, Mayflower. Knterome, Wildcat, Danube, Frs Newton, Ariadne, W Lee, Widow Wad man, Sarah k Julia, Petrel, J Pierce, and Zlon. BOOTHBAY, Feb 4? Arr schr Jno Adams, Hatch, Rockland for NYork; 14th, brig Fred Eugen?, Hawes, do for Richmond; echr Bay State, Spear, do for N York Sid 14th, schr J Adams BRISTOL, Feb 1H?Arr brig Cn ton. lngraham, Matanxaa; 19th, schrs J Goodapeed, Pereau, NYork; H ? Metcalf, Bur. ton. Providence for Baltimore; sloops Rhode Island, Reming ton, do for NYork; Thos Hull, Hull, NYork. Sid 10th, sloop Harvest, Corwln. NYork. CHARLESTON, Feb 16?Cld schrs Mary A Susan (Br), Cba-o, Harbor Island; J Batterthwalte. Maloy, NYork. 17th?In the oiling, steamxhlp Columbia. Berry, from New York. Sid brig Emma Eger, Brooks, Philadelphia; schrs Li bra (Dan), Troensegaard, and Peter Launltz (Dan), Jorgensen, Copenhagen; Her.) (Br), Keudrick, Halifax; J Batterthwalte, Maloy and Anna I>, Gillespie, NYork. CITY POINT, Feb 16?at schr Margaret. Hanson, NYork. FALL RIVER, Feb 17?Arr schr Mary Frances, Hailock, Providence for N York. Bid schr Lucy Robinson, Davis, Somer set l or Pcteisburg, Va 18th?Arr schr J W Dodge, French, Baltimore. Sid sloop I H Borden, Collins. NYork. HOLMES' HOLE, Feb 18, PM-Arr brig VeaU, Fuller, Gal veston for Boston, schrs Potomac. Bay, Jacksonville fordo; M Y Davis, Robinson, Savannah fordo; A M Aldridge. Bate man, Mobile for do; J Roe, Hammond, Wilmington, NC, for do; R L Miller, Gilford, Philadelphia for do; Iowa, Woodbu ry, NYork for do. bid schrs E C Reed, R S Miller. 6 PM?Wind W. Brig Loch Lomond got underwelgh, but J did not sail as reported this AM. MOBILE, Feb 13?Arr ?hlps Conflanoe (Br), Oouteur; South American, Berry, and 1> LtTjoate. McManus, Liverpool; bark J M Hicks, Greenma';, Boston; schr J C Gwinn, Baker, New Orleans. Cld ship Energy, Kelly, NOreana; schr J J Bpenoer, Dole, Bc^on. MY STIC, Feb 18?Sid schr Sarah L, Freeman, NYork. NEW ORLEANS, Feb 12?Arr steamship Wm G Hewea, Lawless, Indlanola and Galveston; ships Favorita (Sp), Ste phenson. Barcelona; Wellington, Barstow, NYork; Mex brig Angella, Baylan. Vera Crux. Cld ateamahlp Mobile, Teal, Mobile. 13th?Arr ships Leuootbea, Claussen, aad Boahtam (Br), Card. Liverpool, barks Ceylon (Br), do; Octavla, Mallet, Rio Janeiro; I.yman, Humphreys, Boston; schrs Margaret Abb, Walker, Kingston, Ja; Kate Brigham. Fengar, Boston: Sallla J Alkln, Godfrey, Philadelphia. Below, strips Kentuckian, Merry man, from Havre; Uallego, Heme wood, from Rio Ja neiro; Boephorus, Pennell, from Mobile: bark Argwan, Cros by, from Philadelphia. Cld steamships Gen Mlramon, Caugh lin, Havana; Oalveston. Hutchings, do via Key West; schr Young Teazer, Martin, Providence. Hth?Arr ships Lorenzo, Mirwlck, Lirerpool: Henry Cook (Br), Morgan. London. Auguste (Brem), Erichs, Bremen; Gal lego, Homewood, Rio Janeiro; schr Henry Perkins, Mlnatlt lan. Below, ships New Orleans, Rich, from Liverpool; Cre ole, Pierce, from NYork Cld steamships Tennessee, Forbes, Vera Cruz; Bienville, Bulloch, NYork via Havana; sehr Eve line Bates, Rockwell, Richmond. 19th?Arr (by tell ships Rachel, Boston; Energy. Mobile. Towed to sea 10th. ship John Patten; 12th, ship (lumber NORFOLK, Feb 17?Arr steamship York town, Parriah, N York. 18th?Arr bark Falcon, Taylor, Boston; schrs Sea Nymph, itawmra. Providenee: Wm Copes, Mathias, NYork. CM schrs B4W1I Simmons, Boston; Golden Gate, Weeks, Providenee; ?Robt Rail, law., NBedf< id ^? NEW BEDFORD, Feb 18?Arr sehr Eugene, Tower, Nor folk : 19th, brig J West, Darien, Ga; schr J Rusting, Coleman, Elizabeth port. Sid 19th, sehrs H S Boyntou, Gr indie, Nor folk; Ella, Packard, Philadelphia to load for Cuba. NEWPORT. Feb lft?Arr schrs Home, McLellan, Boston for Baltimore: Thomas W Thome, Davis, Somerset for NYork; Ann 8 Salter, Fish, Fall River for do; Charles Whiting, Wlxon, Providence for Norfolk. 16th?Sid this AM schrs Larukah, Hoxie, from Jacksonville for Boeton. Corvo, Holbrook, NYork for Portland; Channeey 8t John, Dorle. EBxabelhport for NBed'ord; Electric Flash, Gove. NYork for Gloucester: J W, Faulklin, do for Mem; Plymouth Rock, Morris, NYork for Boeton. 17th?Arr sehrs John Roe, Hammond, Wllm ngton, NO, for Boston; Sarah A Hammond, Paine. Philadelphia for do; Brsuhr Lady Mulgrave, Orant, Halifax for New York (sea Mis), 18(b, barkwairea Uallett, Hallett, Muaeatvta Zan zlbsr for Providence. 18th?Ait brig C F O'Brien, Damon, Providenee for Mobile (and aid 19th); schr Jas Lawrence, Rogers, do for New York; I H Borden, Collloa. Fall River for do; E Sprague, | Providence for do. Hid sohrs Home, Mcl^llan, Balti more: Angella, Hardy, do; Poeumtnck, Knight, NYork; John RW, IIimmoDd, Bo* ton. In port, 8 AM, schrs 0 A Stetson, Collins, Provtnoe town for Philadelphia: Angella, Hardy, New Bedford for Baltimore: Poeumtoek, Knight. Gloucester for NYork; Charles whiting, Wlxon. Providenee for Norfolk; Home, McLellan. Boston for Baltimore; Thomas W Tborne. Davie, Somerset for NYork: Ano S Salter. *lsh. Fall river fordo, and the arrivals of the l7th. * lnd WN W. 19th?Hid this AM, wind NW, sehrs C A Hteteon, Collins, Philadelphia: 8 A Hammond, Paine, Boston. In ports All, schrs Charles Whiting, Wlso*. from Provi dence for Norfolk; Thos W Thorns, Davis, Somerset for New York; Ann S Salter, Fish, Fall River (or do; Rainbow, of N NEW LONDON, Feb 19-Arr ship Saml Robertson, Taber, McKcan's Island via Hampton Roads; sehr Adventurer, Eli. zabethnort. Sid sohrs Mary A Lovell, Kimball; Chesapeake, Seaman; Texas, Champfln, and Wm L Dayton, Springs, New York. NEW HAVEN, Feb 18?Cld schrs Enterprise, Elizabeth port; California, do. 19th?Arr schrs Gertrude, Field. Virginia; 8arah Jane, Ed wards; Mary A Eliza, Benjamin, and Diadem, Ludlam, Eli W, Br ?'eauxhlp Angle Saxon. ushlti Patapeeo. \all. Sew York: bark Gl?n, Cld brig Vary K Thompson, Havener, lla Shropshire, Shropshire, Boeton; L A May, Baker, ton. 20th?Arr bark Modena, Ryder, Boston: brigs Tangent, Wy lle, Cardenas; Han Antonio, Collins, NYork; sehrs 8 Tuttle, Rich, Provtncetown; G Fales, Nlckerton, Providence: Goer nine, Willetts; J Jones, Hagsn; C llall, Lawson, and N Turn er, Ayres. NYork; stenmrr Delaware, Cannon, do. Cld brig War Eagle, Williams, I'ort au I'rlnee: schrs Sarah J Bright, Smith, lAguayra; M J Gause, Providenee; A B Hays, NYork; V Hharp. llauey, Boston: L I. Sharp, McBlwee; P A ian der?. hcmerii, and Geo F.dnards, Wi-eks. do; P Heilner, Marts; C W Holmes KoLlwe", and J W Woolst>in, Garrison, NYork: 7. Htrattcn, Strelmnn, NHaven; Elliott, Avis, Haletn. POKTLAND, Feb 16- rid stcimship Anglo Saion (Br), Ball. ntir?, LlverfO.1 via Londonderry; echr E G Wlllard, Dyer, Philadelphia. 17th?Arr steamship North American (Br), Alton, Liver pool via Lordonderr) , btlg i'rentls* Hobbs, Park, NYork; schr Windwurd, Lnmpher, Tinks Island via Holmes' Hole. Al?oarr brig W C Clar k. Daggett, Wlsc.isset for llaviina, put ? for a harbor; schr J FrsuCn, Freeman, Tangier for Port, and Slil, wind W, lMtL?Arr sU tnisli Holmes. Mobile CI _ vana, schr Wm H Malller, Colby, do. Hl<f, wind W bark G .1 Hunt: brig Mechanic; schr J Garoelon, Knight, Philadelphia; and others PORTSMOUTH, Feb 16?Arr schrs Kossuth, Lee, NYork; 16th, A N Jefferson. Frremsn, Tangier. PBOVIDF.t'lE, leb 16?Arr ?t?am<,rs Pengnin, Williams, NYork; Westeheeter Jones, do; bark I'nion, Tripp, Mobile: brig Roemer, Thi mp on, Mayp rt. Ha, arter being ashore at Navat Point; schr Klltabeth Setar Kenyon, Pensar la, via .Work. Cld brig C F O'Brien Ilamon." Mobile Hid sebre Wiiito Foam, Mllllken Norfolk or Baltimore. Isabel. Roi blns, James River (and vere at anchor below ConlmicutPoint on 17th>t James I*?rn -e, R .sera. NYork. 17th? Arr steamers Os| ray. kenney, NYork; Pelican, Baker, do. 1Mb? Arr brig Lincoln Webb, Moyd, Wilmington, NC; sehre Wm Hunt?r, Baker, Savannah, Msiegie Bell, (Tilkey, Norfolk. Sid brig C W O'Brien, Damon, Mobile, sioip E Sprague,Glbbs, NYotk, 19th?Arr steamers Albi'ross, .lone*, and Petrel, Young N i ork; sehrs Golden Eagle. Flows*, Norfolk; J V rreemm, Vork and M H Mifflin, Hick, Kllrahethnorl Hid schr H B Metralf, Burton, Baltimore sloop Rhode laland. Remington, ?York WILMINGTON. NC, Feb 17-Arr schrs J Green, Rich, C|. Mnegoe for New Vork; Istb, Geo Harris, Stevens, Cardsnat. Cld IFth, vhrs llntmsh Matllila, Price, Boston is Chester, Vomers; L P smith, lllllman : P Boyee, Boyce, and U E Wea (on, Ixinf, NYork.