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ART4JVAL OF THE CHAMPIOH.
!???( mm OcMtral Anrrli ?? ^479,043 la 8P r?l?, Ac. The steamship Champion, Caputs Tinklenaugh, from AMfrtawail August 27, arrival at this port yesterday morning. She brought the mil * 'tiAl $279,043 Id specie, auwsitcnod us follows ? CA" irORW*. Maker k Merrill... $21 ,u47 Ir.irr in.Sberman ftC?$.T3 ,7:ifl H hen 90,000 ? m Wilt , Kittle ft Co 3i>.?C0 1- McMurrsy 1 V'W l\ ells, tor^o ft < o. 60,600 ). H. Newton 23 179 Order . 66,27n Jenmngh * Brewster 1 X> A. H. lt.?e:ib.iiim 11,'tyi T?tal |274,8S2 A*' II WALL. Parsons ft l et lit ? V 90 ' oig tlo A Iklmtn . . Mckeoon ft Bobbins. d<*? Orilor U00 M. J tie tiumerago . . 2t>6 Total $4 .190 From California. . . 274,862 total from California and Aspmwall .....(379,043 Oar Plinsms Corrmpondrnrt. I'JlWaMA, August 27, 18A3. Mmrmrm'i of Sival Chieftain* in the Central NeptMict ? General 'fcrr* ra Oerupyimi Military J'oints ? llernaniiet tf Sanadm Submitting tn Cairera ? Strong h'urea Under Barrios ? Execution of 3u*ret ? Hn L-u U the C ountry ? APkitrarf i'roatrlmiii of Uk A uDuiriUu ? Affairt in .Vti aero^n a ? \rw I rem Chile and I'eru ? Movement* of tin gpanitk Fleet, dc. From Central America the new* la not particularly im yartant. Geueral Barrioa still bold* out in the capital, feat the whole if the Htaie haa pronounced agatnat him or la hekl by tbo enemy . Tlte Nkoaraguan forces , antler the command of General Barilla, ofte; taking possession ?f La Union, advanced U|?n San Mgiuel, winch surren tou without a blow. General Barilla acted wHb great moderation, establish kg a provisional government ami preventing the slight eat lalerierence with private property or individuals. General C-arrera has sent a forc^pMscupy Cojutepeque, commanded by (General Cema. There ia a large force of Indians here opposed to Burrioa, and with the assistance ?f bia regulars Carrera hopes to be abla to repulse any Hree Baarrloa can tend agatnat bim. General Hernandez, one of the Salvadorean generals, bad safemttted to Carrera. to tbe rapltal General Barrios Is said to have nearly 4,000 ma, and ia strongly intrenched. Should he be attacked, there la but little doubt of hia ability to repulse the lemy Many of his friends, however, fear that, instead af Banking an assault, President Carrera will invest tbe ?tty, in the meantime revolutionizing the country. In nrh a case the resources nf General Barrios could not anataln him long, as be is ? bilged to pay hia soldiers dally , to order thai tbev may obtain food in the plaza, bo not havtog a eommiasa. iat, aor Issuing rations. Dr.- Manuel Muarez, formerly President of tbe Supremo Court of Salvador, has been shot. He was a man of abi Hly, and will be -a lose to the country. He belonged to tbe party of progress, and it was through a speech of fell lb.it tbe Drat serious difficulty with tbe church occur red. He waa an intimate friend of President Barrioa and auaef bia strongest supporters until tbe treason of tbe brothers Gonzalez, when It was discovered tbtt be waa one of the drier conapirators against tbe government, tbe reason or bia change or sentiment is not known. Gen. Barrioa wished very much to pardon bint, on account nf their former friendship; bat sneb a pressure was brought to bear upon bim by tbe army and populace generally ?feat be was obliged to succumb. Tbe Guatemalan President, Dr Pr:incl?oo Poena s. in tbe meantime threatens tbat unkw tbe supporters of Can Barrioa submit to bit rule he will visit them with all tba horrors <>f war without truce. Ha haa lasued a decree that after a certain date no ?aatraat formed or debt contracted by General Barrioa will he respected by the new government, that tbe employee are entitled to bo salarle-, that the sol Men and officers will be considered and treated as rebels, and that all employee receiving moneys for tbe govern asaot will be beld personally responsible for their repay Revolutions are ao uncertain in 9pankb America that I wl? act venture upon giving a decided opinion as to' I he raao It. Tou have tbe facta, and will see tbat tbe position mt General Barrioa la of tba moat critical. Nothing new from Nicaragua, except tbat the govern ascot haa put a stop to tbe scheme of tbe Transit Company ef damming up tbe Colorado la order to tarn the built af the water Into tbe San Juan. Ibe Secretary or Bsrolgn Aflktrs of Coeta Rica addressed a despatch to tbe government of Nicaragua advising tbat be had been told aoah a thing was contemplated, and that tbe vessels were already there to be suns, and protested in tbe strongest terms against it. Dr. ZeUedon, Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Nicaragua, In bis answer, says the Transit Company have no rights what ever, being there only on scflbrance, and tbat nothing of the kind will fee permitted. By the Kngluh steamer from Greytowa we hear tbat fearfeor is ataoat entirely closed There la a great deal of uneasiness lelt In Costa Rica on aeeoantof the action of tho President in dissolving tbe Osngress and calling for a new election of representatives 8a charges tbat Congress has passed laws in conflict with other branches of the government , assuming powers uot delegated to it by tbe constitution Tbe President is sup ported by the majority oi tbe people, and will no doubt fee able to sustain himself in thtf position bo has taken. From Chile there Is no news of Importance. A great teal of excitement prevails In regard to very rich dis ooverlaa of gold and silver. A Oplapo newspaper says, to ragard to tba gold mine?' ' lieacuoridora de Remo Itooa'*? that tbe vein Is about two metres wido, that as the working progresses it Increases In size and Improves to quality. Tbe beat ore gives about 2,000 maics to tbe ?agon, or M quintals, which ia equal to about S2M,000. A silver mine called ' Loreto y Iiolores Tercera" is saul to yield almost pare silver, and In such at> u.diuee tbat tba owners can extract as much is they like. In Peru tbe most Important event has been tbo recep tion of Geueral Pczet, tho Constitutional President of Bsra. Great eolhu?idsm wis manifested on tbe occasion, Md bis speech was received with real applause Tba city or Panama rollows tbe even tenor of Its way Geueral Banta Coloma entered uion bis Presl dency without excitement, his oaly trouble apparently feeing a want of funds. Ha has appointed a day alter wbieU all priests who have not taken the oath to support the government are to be expelled tbe State. Most of tbam have signified their intention of remaining unless forcibly expelled Tbe S|ianish fleet sailed a day or two ago for San Fran Ola oc The ball given tn their hooor oy the Hpanlsb resi dents waa a great success. There was a large attendance, ?ad tba rieoaraltons were much admired. The beauty and grace of the Panama ladies are too well known to require comment. I will only say that in few cities could lie fmnd a larger proportion of elegant women, and their taste In dress Is worthy of Paris itself. By tbe last mal from Bogota we have rumors ot a re volution against Moequera, but no particulars. Ik* Navy. I MR A ob, 10.? Tbe screw UMiMr Iron Age, Lieu tenant Oommsnder f>#m man ding E. E. Stone, Railed trom the Char lee town yard Friday on a cruise. The follow ing Is ? liat of her officers:? Litulrnant Commander Commanding ? Edward K. Stone. HaymatH-r? N. C. Freeman. Svrfron ? .lame* K Bar hour. Acting Kntign ami Riccutxn- Ofctr ? J. H. nutmaa. Acting Knri:,ni? Everett T. M.inter, Frank Ember, Ul ?*ck Feiiberg. KtfpnrrrM ? Acting Second Assistant, E. K. McTnnis; Act ing tlhlrd Assistants, F. F. Hauitlton, David Reed, Jaiium Carran. Acitng MaUrr' t Malet? Bern Alt wood, W.C. King, John McOovero. (Vipfcun'i Citric? Cbarlea M. Collins. I'aymaslrr't Clerk ? Edw. (>. Hayes. Tbe Iron Age undoubtedly the beat Cghting vessel of her al/e In the Mirvlce. and she carries a heavier irmt ?em than many double her sis*. Her battery comprises Ms stsly cigbt-pounders on the gnndei k, three thirty found rilled Dnblgren* on the apar deck, and one twenty tour poiicd bowltier. she baa a complement of seventy two meii Etimm A. f t*. 0.? The Klhan Allen was In Gloucester harbor on Thursday. Howuqsh, 7 ? The steamer Howquah sailed on Tuesday night for the Idocknding squadron off Wilmington, M. C. The following l? a ll?t oi her officers ? Acting M ttlrr Commanding -W O. Wright. Atting Xa*irr? t has B Wilder. ?AcM?|/ t'Mtumt ? P. St. John, John f?aly. XnyirM ??? Tblef, Wm Mcljuie. Acting .second Assist ?at. !>. R. Wi ey , Acting Third Assistants, J. B. Rice, I". W. Moore*. Jr . rbn* |>nbl?s. Acting Ma?f r'l tf.i.v? A. R. Arey Atttnti Awttant /'attmartt i ? K. W. Brooks Pat Clerk ? Wm H. Rider. Davuoht, ? ? The t nited Pules steamer Daylight, wblch baa been la Baltimore i or some time uadargoing repairs, sailed yesterday She was in pat tood running order, and M la hoped will be <? considerable service In her cruises The lei low Ing en prises a list i>f her on. oors ? Vnlunt-cr lieutenant Cnmmantling? > r mc is S Wells. Ac ing Ma ter ami Krecnt-r* Office r_John II flleason. Ailing M>"t r? Theodore Werchof. Acting A rit'xnt Varmmd cr? Henry M. Itoger*. A'-ttng Aaittant Sur./ton ? Frederick M Pearbourne. A''in i Rnttpn ? Joee W Wlilsrd, Wm. H. I'enue'.d, K'umert ? Acting J irst Asst*taat. Wm. H. Boat Act tat ?? nd Aosiatants, ( harka O. ti organ, P 0 Bright est At tins I bird Assistants, Wa. H. Crawford, Jonn K. Hiitsard. .M.ay .Hiufer i Mn'er?' birles Attmore, J M. Sims. Cii' iifi < Clerk? Vf T I* For*e. I'.yi.uter i Oertr? Frederic* *. Hodfer ?S'ti^ifi i ,vt - uxird ? i.eorge Wi kius. Ninrsim isn ?si. I ??s?d<>h Fisnssias.? Tn to tbo Wk dii'i' nt August the shore fl-ti-ry vi Newfoundland was ? latiuri' a wevk ? aicelletit cstcti had heon had slnco that lira-, however The (.ahrsdor fishery was good. Mep.b mis sre |aiyme :?? per qtilatst for o>dll?h to St Johns Ar old fisherman, l? a cowtmunWaiton to tbo 0?ver*'nent, r?i-<'mm?nds, instead of rte troyiu* codfish spawn, ih.it the pea" he cast toto tbe water or fiiirled In 4hO san 1 , so by ?? the gr. St."- |? t .< thorfl aonld he saved The llsfi way he 4eal h t the spawn are not The wh'ilsoal'- deal ruct loo <>' tbe soawn in the motln-r now so aomnnno *?y the t)?hor-r?a w|,n r,^t ,|IA p.irks fri ?s il?e I'nllsd spates snd i r is e, ss wert as hf ?he resident llshsrn en <?! Ne\? n>ie<ili?iid, mint prn?e sf> ? fro ? in th?- fishery In re sears. By many of I ?hn I* ?<>r ? ass Ihe S|uiwn sre Ssllwl ajid used for fot d j fc il ?> >> o' l entleinsn imnlore. t^' ?? to dc ? t. sr li.ey I Hl'.l ? ?*e lii'" loss Of ? I0ou?ai of iu fct il? of it> ft j Dr. ( hupta's R'tara t? Ch?rch. Tbe Re*. I>r. < b?i>to ?'t Me o?nfre?ano? m ha coereb or tho first time yoxterrtay moee bia return from Kurope. akiug tbe numbers timl fllted U?? church U overflowing lull, aoui.uul.llM by mo of welcome especially written and set to na'isic lor (tie occasion, ind the Apparent anx iety with obtcb bw preeeuee to t*e pulpK ?? expected, the reunion of the pastor aad hka flock must have bteo a mutually happy ai.d gratifying ooe. It nay be th.it a lirnt number boyood tho ordinary congregat.on were solicitous to hear f r. Chapln deliver bis first return sermou, unl c |>atiii|g an ekspient reference to the more stirring aud Important events which transpired here during his absence. and hte experiences of their bearing on the | eoples of tbose countries which he had visited These sub, eels, however, the reverend gentleman avoided or barely touched upon, his sermon being altogether con lined to an exenpltOe ttao of hla text. The tervicea were opened by the choir singing the "Hj tun of Welcome " Alter the uaual services D?. Chap in to<ilt his stand and selected for hlB text tbe 4th and 6th verses of ibe 100th I'aalm. TTTK 8KRMON. Enter Into his (rate-1 with thanksgiving, and Into hla rourta wub praiao be thankful unto bni.and bless his nine. . Kor the Lord is good bis mere* ia everlasting, and his truih eudureth to all generations. lie could not select any pussngo better adapted to tbo present occasion than that be had just read, esreoliily aa they could not expect at this time any elaborate discourse or discussion on all tho topics and thoughts that might have arisen since his absence or that may arise in the ruture. He would speak spontaneously and simply and from the heart. 'Ibe text specified tbe place an pecu liarly suited to the present occasion, the service which the occasion demanded, and finally the rontons and grounds for that service. These were tbe points be designed to occupy daring the brief remarks he would address to them. He bad boen separated from bis I riends (or more than a year, including an Intcrrup tion occasioned by pain and sickness. Sens had rolled ba tween them and mountains intervened; the semi circular shield of half tbe globe bad mterimsed to bide tbem from ono another's sight. He hail beeu In staauge lands. He did ix't mean strange in tbe literal sense; for rainy before him bad paid personal visits to the same lands and scenes, and a'l had read I he testimony of others whefbad ren dered tbeee lands too familiar for him to volunteer a de. scripuon or to Justify blm in occupying tbe fabbath by talking to them of bis travels. He meant lands strange 1 to him, or to any ono who only knew thorn from descrip tion; strange until one comes himself in contact with thom, and their snenes and associations become a part ef bis own personality. Hut oua may be excused for rorgettiug many things after a visit to those old historic lands, and much tbey liave seen, and experienced, and enioyed. becomes absorbed ,or dissipates like tbe enchantment of a dream. Prom these lands and scenes bn bad been wafted by wave to wave to another world ? a world wbere everything Is old and everything is new? passing from a land, with its obsolete customs, and time-worn precedents, its faded insignia and coronals, its falling turrets and dismantled pahces, to a 'and where be found himself once more surrounded with tbe customs of his own race, by a people speaking his own mother's tongue, but also imbued with a stepmo ther's bitterness. Throum these lands one journeys amoag people speaking widely diversified languages, and following strange and varied customs. He comes among a race where he flnrtB tumult and vivacity, eloquent yet clamorous speech, tbegaydremof tbe iicfe-ant girl, the dark rebe* of tbe priest, the immemorial arch, tbe iter petual beggar, tbe splendid cathedral, the gray towers away up clinging to the clouds, new institutions to liberty springing into life between rows or glistening bayonets, but above all tbe bright blue sky, telMng the traveller it ia Italy. He did not deem it necessary to remind them of the clrc im stances under which tbey parted? of the imperative reaaona that existed for tbe separation? but he would say tliat nothing but tbe con viction of necessity and duty could induce him tcCremain so long absent from tbem in so unsettled and disastrous a year. But aa the meaning was well meant be hoped the end had instilled tbe means He appreciated the doc trine ? '"Use certain means, and certain enda will com*;'' and be also appreciated Napeleen's philosophy? that Providence wns always on that side which bad the heaviest artillery. Since his absence the great reaper Death had been busy among tbem, and had gathered the old man and tbe child. Death bad made broad swaths with bis relentless scythe? the sliver bead of the old man and tbe little head like those which Jesus bad caressed upon his bosom. He bad been busy everywhere? in tbe quiet borne, and on the bloody battle field. But it was so everywhere, in other lands as well as this. This was tbe one great featureof humanity, and that speke tbe language all could understand. Every where be had found thn old sorrow ? tbe old shadow of death? in venerable pictured cathedral*? in tbe village trampled graveyard, and tbe Greek chapel, death was everywhere? where tbe immemorial marble pro claimed the virtues of the deceased, to tbe bumble garment which hung npen tbe tomb of yesterday, but everywhere was proclaimed tbe great undying universal truth that the Lord is good; bw mercy is everlasting; and his truth enduroth for ever. This truth and its teaching was peculiarly applicable to our own lmd at tbe present time, for what seemed more uuQxed, more uncer tain, tlim tbe aspect of events here amongst ourselves? He had just come from quiet lands; lands that had known tn former nmes the weight of sorrow? which bad felt the heavy band of daspotism? the calamities of war. In that laud all was new quietness and peace. Repose and enjoy ment bad taken the place of war and privations: the Dowers were in bkxm. the scarlet poppy opened its glories to tho dav, and all nature harmonized with tbe tranquillity of man. What a change this country pre sents) Wben be returued here be was struck with amaze meat at tbe reverishams of ibe people. He found tbem all in a fever of excitement. lib knew It was the fever of a strong man; that it was tho fever of youth, possessing the necessary strength and vigor to go successfully through it. But It was tho fnverisbness of rest lessness and uncertainty, and it was this vory fact more thau anything else which impressed him with the belief in liod's truth, and th.it his mercv eudureth forever. In tbe darkest bmr of the country's calamities he accepted the great truth, and if be was thankful for any one thing before another, It was tbat this fact bad been perceived? that In this great struggle this truth has been recognized, and that the struggle most be gone through with. Alas, it had not been seen by tbe politicians who are struggling for self aggrandizement over tho pros- ] Irate body of tbe laud; who are trampling on their mulber'1 bosom. He was sorry to see again re vived the deep old lines ol party by tneu' who had steeped the land in blood, who bad awakeuod the worst passions, who had aroused the spirit of dissension, of bit ternes and augulth at a time when the land itself was wrung, as If in its very death throes. He waj sorry to see revived those miserable abstractions that would break the whole framework of the constitution and the lit wd, by which alone we oau hope to preserve our national life. He was sorry , ?>u the other hand. to *ee mon holding oat tbe ollvo branch to the rebels, who in turn aoolled at, and derided their selfish. paltry, tro.i sonablc object* . and who cried out "peaee, pcace, where there was oo peace." Meu who ijuh-tly preaob the "nor mon on the mount," forgetting words therefrom which rung out through generations. Mid known to a!i people en gaged in conflict* of right against wrong, and which will be ever known and aviT sacred until Ibe banner of rirht Is exalted, and wrong sh.ill be brought low "I can sou no hope of peace, but by tho sword. " I sav, then, the politician!* hava not i<een the truth, but then 1 thank (>od that the American people have <>?. u trim through all thin great conteat sg.nnst IM right* and human progress, and tluit they liavo Fought and struggled In de'etn e of the constitution and the law* . Sir unity , and lor the national word and honor in tbe front of battle." He wa* glad to fee the nation sensitive to rebuke;:. and that the people had gone steadily to work. caring little what n< Mid of them, if they could only refute by practical acta their mallgnars? if they MM only overthrow the destructive idea of ecc?*-ton ? Uie miserable hereby of State right*? the falsehood of every idea that i* not true to the national life Thla lias been the time to falsify the deepot'x boiiea. In rebuke tie aristocrat * aneer.and to carry out that faith , writlan In every brave soldier s heart that now lie* in the cold ?? ir'li , tha i tie national lire I* truth ? (?od 's truth? and that Ilia truth onduroth through all generations WttPmixiTT.H OnrRca, Rsookiyn. A large cuMfregattun wa* assembled In tha Westminster l?rnsbytertan church. In Klrst place, lirooklyn, yesterday morning, when the paator, Rav. Hugh S. Carpenter, resumed his ministra tions, having been absent In Korotw for a few months. After tbe usual Introductory dev it tonal serrtrea be dls ennrsod from tbe 27th vante of tbe 1Mb chapter of Mat thew " And she said, Truth, l/ird; yet the do<s eat of tbe crumbs which fall from their master a table ' Tha ser m m wv t<rartlcal, and nntbtng waa said by Mr. Car|>en ter in reference to hi* recent visit to tba continent or to public affairs In Kuropa. City Intelligence. Tub N?w Yorr Crrr Syt a*ss were yesterday tbe scene of great bustle and activity, as Marly all tbe soldier* that have occupied then for aomc weeks peat were break ing np eamp and preparing tor tha Inevitable mutations of tbelr changeable life, la accordance with the order of General Canby. Numerous friends of both net ee were prssnnt and fruila and flower* and other tokens of re mernnrance circulated with more than ordinary freedom. In consideration of tbe active preparations of the sol .1 lor* for breaking up their quarter* and moving to tbe suburbs, the minister* of the Uoepel who usually attend tliese camp* <* Sunday to preach to the people and lb* military , found that none of tham had tima to listen to their brilliant oration*. Barrack* and tents were thrown down with more rapidity than they were erected, sad when the drnm* 'truck up If ?ver I be a soger again, I know who'd bo my sergeant, It berame verv evldeot that all rellgto.i? services had bean postponed for tbe day. Bnt there was an exception to all th.s At ten o clock In tba morning the Ohio and V?'ir nt regiments at tlx- Battsrv heard a spirited dls r Hire from the Rev J 8 rbasgb, of the !>oteti Reformed church. Ha presih*<l fram tbe Tth, Rtb.athaad loth verses of tba 10th Psalm, and waa beard with much at t an Mot Tirsnr rw St. Arc srraa's i'mi acst ?Ob Waegesday natl. Should tbe weather permit, (be congregation of Ht. An gnstlM s cboreh. Morrlsanla, under the pastoral charge of tbe Rev. Joseph V Woods. will start for an sxeimtoa and nlcni' ?tba latter to lake plane at f> levm anew, on the New York beak of tbe Kast r.vr- |., itw evert ?' tbe weather being oapropttl >us, tha affair will be pat off to the nest fair day. ('aagraas. Ki 'In-eraor Ihotna* li.ie t ea ren mt 1 ,, r.f IB lk? fourth 4lair>?t, NirylaM, ?? a v*>ramiai ?m ad' (ltd snong unoonditi ual i mm, rs a it rr THE DRAFT. The Draft In Brnoklya. TUB hXAXINIKQ HO AKI). Hm kxamlnmg rtomrrt of the Third OuagresHMnal dto I'let ?N eryairt*'-d tart *wk aad will meet <1 My from this data at the office of the Provoat Miushai , No. 2M Warhifigtoo street. The Roard ronxMts of? Chpiaia S. B. Gregory, Provoet Marshal. Gonmiaaiouer? Abaer II. Bebee. Surt!?n"--V',l"ou I, North, M. D. Recorder ? llonry Bristow. Persons draited and deKirmg to procure suh?titn'?-< *'? required to give notice ta writing to the Board of I'm'' I nient thai on such a day they will prewnt a Hnlnttitnte, giving hfe" iiiime. residence tuid age. aud nlalm* wlielher be ta an alien or a ciiizon. The Kourd will hear n oienl Iioiih lor substitutes and examine persons no ottering eve y <ii?y (eioeni Suaday), between the houra of nine and leu o'clock A. M. TNI KIRK PKVARTMBNT OK THIS WSHTKRN M8TR1CT. The gecretarlea of the d Cerent fire com|Mnles of the Western district of Brooklyn have made rettirna to ' D ef I 'DKitwr Cimnlngham, showing the number or men which have been drafted from tbo department. The following KbowM how many have been elected from each com pany:? ?NUINB OOKfANIIH. Washington, No. 1 12 Phenix.No. 12 17 Neptune, No. 2 1 Pacific, No II! 25 Franklin, No. 3 15 Brooklyn, No. 17. 21 Eagle, No. 4 10 Fmnire. No. 19 7 Union, No. 6 12 Clinton, No. 20 6 Protector, No. <1 7 Putnam, f?o. 21 8 ? 'onstitutlon, No. 7 12 Montauk , No. 22 7 Continental, No. 9 20 ? CjIuuiDub, No. 10., 12 Total.. .... 194 HOIU OOMTAMHS. Atlantic, No. 1 4 Americus. No. 7. 9 Mechanics, No. 2 6 Water Witch, No. 8 9 Alert. Vo. .1 fl Mount Vernon, No. 10. .. . 4 Crystal, No. 4 8 CaBhow.No. 12 t Frontier. No. ft B Fankllu, No. 13 4 Washington, No. 0 6 Eureka, No. 14 3 Total ?..., 06 HOOK ANP I-tPPKR COMFAVTRS. Lafayette, No. 1 6 Pegraw.No. 4 6 Clinton, No. 2 1 Rescue, No. 6 8 Empire, No 3 5 ? Total 24 Engine Companies 196 Hose Companies 06 Hook and l.ndder Companies 24 Total 280 No. 11 Engine has not reported, which will Increase the tola ("number somewhat. Two companies escaped? Hoee companies Nos. 9 and 11 ? not a man being drafted. THB DRAFT LOAN. The total amount of subscriptions received by the Comptroller for the half million draTt loan amounted on Saturday night la?t to 186,000. BondB of $100 and up ward have been prepared so as to atl'ord an opportunity for men of limited means to subscribe. THe Seventh District. In this district there were only sixteen cases beard and laid over daring the week, which resulted as follows:? Exempted for being pbysloally disabled. 6 Exempted for being oyer age 1 Exempted for being under age ? 1 Exempted for alienage 5 Exempted by famishing substitutes 2 Held for service 2 CaatieB to MUori EnllitlBf. ITKITHD STATES OOMMISSIONEIt'S COURT. Before John A. Osborn, Esq. Sipt. &.? Thomas lane, Patrick McGuIre and Charles folding, three lads who bad enlisted and were discharged by Judge Leonard after a reprimand for obtaining money under false pretences, were brought before Commissioner Osborn, charged with perjury and false pretenoes. Tbey ware held for examination. Itews from Kcataeky. Locistili.1, Sept. 6, 1M3. Military authorities here do not apprehend any imme diate danger of a rebel invasion of Kentucky la force, though email bodies of guerillas may make Inourslons at different points, at which they will bo fully met. Troafelea ea the Kaaiaa Border. St. Loins, Sept. rt, 1M1 flsneral Schofleld telegraphs to Lieutenant Governor nail, rrom Kansas City, that there will be an Invasion of Missouri by the people of Kansas. The Hlheralaa Oatward Boand. _ . _ Borroa, Sept. 8, 1883. The nalway steamer nibernian, which leaves Tuesday morning next, will call at8t. Johns, Newfoundland land ing and receiving mails, and will convey all later news or commercial despatches that may be telegraphed to that point for Europe. The Anita Garibaldi Kand. The Committee of Anita (Saribaldi's Monument met on Friday last at the taoimo of the President, Professor I). Minnelll, 11? Kan Thirty-first street. The following reso lutions were adopted: ? Whereas, the Treasurer of the Committee, Mr. O. Fab brlcottl, has gone to faprera, Italy, Resolved. Thai Mr. Ouido Mancini shall act as a pro visional cashier of the committee. Refiolvcd, That Signor Antonio Barili, a member of the committee, is elected director of all the concerts that, at ? proper season, will be given in benefit of the Monument Fund. City Polities. TO THE EDITOR OP THE HERALP. N?W Yor*. Sept. 7, 1863. In yesterday's Issuo of the Hkraij> I observed in your revlow of the chances of the several candidates for civil Justice for the hirst Judicial district that you class me as a republican. I'ermlt me to add that 1 am now and always have been a democrat ? my father and grandfather before me. My record, both written and spoken, has al ways been with the democracy. My friends seet a demo cralic nomination for me, and m jtstlce to them I pen this note, asking you to correct the error. WM. H'IKT IlKWETT. Board of Co?BclImeA [official.] &PKCUL BtSSlO*? BATHflPlT. 5*ei?t \ 1^9 The Board met for the transaction of mich nu?inea? at might be brought before ' h?:in, purauaut to a rail algned by a majority of the members. Present? Councllmen Hayes. Healy, Keenan. Riley. Sand ford, tb" Prtrid?i WcbflUr, MeVay. Grots. Brady, McCon ne I. Repper* Hough tall n, H'tvlland, 0?w, McCrath, Murray, O Brten. Brandon. Ruaaelland Kit/gerald. The President being aoaont at roil rail, on motion of Coub cilman Saxnroan Councilman Webstar wan <alled to the chair. The MliOtlf <>t the teillPji Md OB and ail <?c Monday, July 27 up t?i August 14, were read. ami. pending the rend* lug of tha minutes o( August 14* Councilman Uaosa moved thai the further reading of the minute* be di?i>eti*ed with, and that Hie minm-H be aporor ed. to far a* read, for the pur poae of permitting the Board to take ?p the veto mea?a*e oi hi- Honor the Mayor on the ordinanc e appropriating $3.WMW0 for tha relief of drafted men ami their famiUca* Which wax carried. The veto meaau :v oi hi* Honor the Mayor? referred to in ihe motion of Councilman Qroas, wu" then read. (Councilman II kvv* moved ibat permiwlon be given lo record the name- of Conncllmen Joyoe and Brlce In the af firmative ?i|>oii the queattam of adopting the ordinance, not witlnrtandlng the obieetlonaof hia Honor the Mayor, when aiu'h question should be taken, aald tncmbrra having requeu ed that this |?ermlaslon anould be aaked of the Board. Which whs t arried. Councilman Rita* do* moved that perrniaalon be given to record Councilman Cook's name in like manner on aaid queatlOB. Which waa carrtftd. Councilman Ulioa* moved to ado',?t the waid ordinance, notwithstanding the objectiona of hia Hoboi the Mayor. And the same waa adopted >y the following vote ? Affirmative? Council men Havea, Healy. K*> nan, Riley, Randford. the President. Webater. McYay, ??roaa. Bradr, Mi-Coum ll Repper. Houglit % Itu . Haviland tiaw. McOrath. Murray, O'Brien. Cook, Brandon. Brlec. Kuasell, Fit/gerald. Joyce And the PreaMent pro tem <\* lared the tame to be adopt ed. notwithstanding the objections of his Honor the Mayor, two-tliliHa of all the members elected to th?- Board having voted in favor thereof COVBr^lCATtOX-*. A mewage waa revived from hia Honor the Major, return ing unapproved resolution that the Htreet <'oinmlaa|oner he directed to take am h mosaure* aa may be Beceaaary tocauae the immediate removal of the artillery and cuva'ry frotn all the eon area, parks and other publi. placea belonging to the eit of Hew York. Which *a* re-eived, laid on the tahl? for ten day a and directed to b" published in all the nc^apa^m employed by the Corporation rBTinon. By Ihe pHKaioavf? ? Or Thomaa Ma <en, for iota 01 ltorte Which waa referred lo tha Commute on Poione*. Councilman MoVar mo^"t that he Boat I do now ad journ. Which waa carried And the PreaideBt pro te?a. declared (hat the Board ?tood ad loomed till the Inn mat a* four o'clock I* M IAMBS M. AWKKlfV, Clerk 4rrlT?li and Departure*. ARRIVALS. Aaritrw*i.i ? Rt'-?tmhlp Champion? H. Hnlt(nuu, wife and family: P.J. Hlck*f. wir* *11,1 two rhiMrrn ; R. K. I>*ne. Kr Kiifii. Attdriaoo. * Iff tlx! >l*u?ht. i ; <). N Wright, Mr*, tlrnrj Wabl> ami two rhlldnn. Captain 0. P. I -own. C. C Ha*'!"'". ?' Allman, wlfa aud rhild; Mr*. .loaaiib Whit* and i-lilld. K K Oilman J. Van Bargan, wtf", nlw? and thrf, cbll<1r*n Mr* llnuh*i..n and rhll.l. Mia* llaion A Damon^ Tbutna, II . 11.1 row and child, J. I* V OaalrlUIn, P. H. ar> ? .1, Sailer, nr. Wol/. Mr*. K?wn, O Lnr.jny, M. I?,,ilaiorro. M ? Rcrlo. ''riTTSrTx'ti? Sl<Him*h1rJCi1f K'f Srw Tor*? lob* R*fl?*. Mr no??y A Murraj, w Murrar. Ciii J nimr, P P*?*. Mr Kld?i'll. Wm Olm* r*?l and ladr; I H Kinc, <l*o Jama*. P A Wiioda. .1 DomU *"'! "r Wurtiw r and lad?i Mr prickr My, Mr* Met iiIIk>Ii and ?<trTaal, Mr lo?r?l<. Infaoi and ??rva?l M,.?r* Andrnoo. U l>? Alllard A l?* Alltarl. V A M irr*T, ri Stem. Ml? A *?a ?rll Mr Hii <rpn*?n ??d lady;M Krith*r?, Mr and Mr* D* Her* a*dS*hlW*9*i ^ AKmiUeuw. I? W J llallatid, A Craw ford Kl M Larnh A l.ffr, ? jr. C*pt Pmd.Mnu. lanv ard MM J*ra??n. Mim B Iwar I, K Taul Mr Mr i'oll,>ir*. Ml*" (MMit, Mr *??! Mr* K.aa? and rhild: ? rrawi* t tlliairael. O PI*Mr. Mr* K Lancdna. Mr a*d Mr* Marnard, <>?<> LatirWa II M<x*?, Mr* Raiard, Ja* Tot*. Dr Rlarkman, Mr, P"?tlti?er, Jul** tlar?i. Mr* l?* P?r**t. hodrrm ?? M Wll lam^ Patchea an I lady: A Boaaile*. ladr am! 1 1 all Van. *a Mr* .l,n? Pl*k*r ai>4 in far'.. M < Trtrf and 1 d? ifhtrr*; P Jla?t,it and ladyi Mr* ii??' a ?t r ,ilrt. MU* Ar,*i>hrunt, M?a '.'ai (Ndeai.? ar 12- i ? . b . ^ W<m t .Mi <,? mania? A H?rth?lni-i. f>7t,.? ??r. Maikl ?'? lV,-d? tnn. l?,a *r ,1 It Mann. ii*i nn? J*i>- ? r ll?nr> Rd|i? all' lam* jr. r. binvMi *" ? f,m tl> fa I I * ?? an,-, ladr. *?* L l:?n b<il 1 an ! r . I T R'h r art*,' I* K ~'t"'' r I' '? . -r I K |a?, I fr ? Wr ?? "u? . at ' *n I ?* ill! ir "< v ??.v. ,.??? ii^,:;;fer:',vi v,>> ? y Brooklyn cltjr News. Tb* Troops m Biw?k There were BO reltfrtoos s?r v?c ? to any of tho camps Ml Brooklyn yesterday , tac ?? Roquineu 01' I bo several regimontti leaving or pre,k>rkag *> change tbetr aunpa u the sohvrtm. There were ibrae raw line iLs eucumped at Fori tireuoe? namely, tbe One tlutidreel and uriy second New York, the I kbth obio tod th? Klrst Minnesota. Tl)? paMar of a neighboring church uiviifd them t? attend dlvlno service, but the InviuliiMi wan uoi aocopted for the reahon auteo . niu * ti at Miune soia took up i he line of march for New York city nt atvut eleven o'clock A. M. .preceded by the bin'l, playi'g a a KufotMhm of lively airs. Shortly after a deUchoi'lll of the Oue llundrud and Klfly-secood New Yurk ti ?< k the oars lor .UitiHica, l>in* Island, whero tbey will be quar. t> r?'d. Fori Uteeoe was <|nite itvi-ly ibr u^hout lliu day with vtoilors, ?' all id tbelr Sund iy's best." Perwinal Utelll||?Me, Ix>rd l.yons ieft Quebec ou thu 3d Inst, for a trip down the Soguunay. FINANCIAL ANO COMMERCIAL. Sunday, Sept. 6, 1863. The money market has been very agitated and irregular all the week. On Monday and Tuesday money wan easy enough at 6 a 7 per cent to bor rowers who had the right kind of securities and conld afford to give a proper amount of margin. On Wednesday there was a visible tightening of the strings, and on Thursday and Friday it was impossible for speculators to borrow money at any price, and quite difficult for regular brokers to get it at 7 per cent, unless they were prepared to lodge governments or New York Central as secu rity. Y esterday the market worked more smoothly, and these was less difficulty in making up bank accounts. Much of the embarrassment of the week arose from a change of policy by certain banks with regard to certifying checks. There are two or three banks, especially known as brokers' banks, which are in the habit of certifying their customers' checks up to a certain point, in antici pation of deposits to meet them. On Thursday last these institutions refused to certify anything unless it was already covered by deposits. The conse quence wan that a large proportion of the checks of houses in large business were not good till three P. M., or even later, which naturally caused no little difficulty, and some apprehensions ? for a time? of failures. It is clear that this is an evil which ought to be remedied. Of the policy of cer tifying checks at any time on the individual credit of the drawer, the banks are the best judges ; but if the practice be established it is surely bad man agement to suspend it suddenly in the midst of a blind panic, and a sound regard to the interests of the banks and their cnBtomers, apart from concern about stock speculations, would justify the strong est condemnation of so mischievous a departure from settled custom at so critical a time. What the banks have to gain, on the other hand, by sud denly calling in their loans, withholding their money from borrowers, and preoipitating a panic, as was the case last week, it is not very easy to discover. In reply to inquiries, they say that speculation had become wild, and that it was de sirable to check it, in order to avoid a collapse. But this very collapse, which these parties say they wanted to avoid, was the inevitable conse quence of the policy they pursued, and it was not their fault that half a dozen of the heaviest houses in the street did not go to pieces in the storm, bringing down with them merchants, rail roads, and probably banks themselves. The whole capital of all the banks in the country is invested in paper, whose value depends on the maintenance of confidence. Some of these days the ingenious bank speculators who engineer panics for the sake of stock operations may push the game too far, and find, as in 1857, that they are the first people to be bnried in the ruins they contrived. The secret of tho panic of Thursday and Friday morning mar be gathered from one small incident. An outside speculator held 2,000 shares of Erie, with an ample margin. He endeavored, unsuccessfully, to borrow money en it. To one prominent banker and lender he offered Yt per cent to carry the stock for Ave days; the offer was declined. Thus driven to the wall, the holder was forced to sell, and sold the 2,000 share* at par to the very man who had refnsed to carry it for y% per cent for five days. In an hour afterwards the stock was selling at 104. Mercantile paper has not been affected by the pressure in the market; the best names are in de- , mand at 5 a ? per cent. The gold market was more active last week and the premium higher. It sold on Friday at 134%, and yesterday at 131. Exchange rose to 146, closing yesterday at 143 a x/%. Various causes are assigned for the advance in gold. One is the dis appointment felt by some sanguine operators in regard to tho fall of Charleston. The low price of breadstuff's, which foreshadows exports of bul lion, likewise encourages purchases of sold. The premium is ?lso urged upward by the new issues of paper money which the government is forced to make in consequence of the decline in the sub scriptions to tho five-twenties. And there are those, Anally , who affect to believe that the policy of the administration involves an indefinite pro longation of the war, and consequently indefinitely Increased issues of currency and still further de preciation. On the other hand, the prospect of the fall of Charleston, Chattanooga and Knoxvillc is not calculated to inspire hopes of any perma nence in the recent advance in gold, while the rise in exchange hus stimulated exports not only of various articles of merchandise which could not have been sent abroad at lower rates, but ulso of American securities, for which there is a steady inquiry in Oertnany. It is certain that the suc cesses of the Union arms within the past six months, and the general confidence in the govern ment, which has been evidenced by subscriptions of $275,000,000 to the five-twenty bonds since last spring, do not Justify apprehensions of any much greater depreciation of the national currency. The following table will show the prices of stocks at the clone of tbe past five weeks:? Aug. R. Aug l.V Aug. 33. Aug 39. Sefii 5. B.8. 6'a, r?cttt'4. l(Wl 10M* 108'? 1C7 10? VlrgtDlM 62 <11 m ?3 f.8 Tennessee* Wt>* 6.'i \ ?U| ? ?< Missouri 6'* ...... 70\ 70!,' 71 71 '? ?S i; N Y onirn 13S 137* 134 138 , 131;* Reading 116 117 130 131 \ 116 Cris IM^ 107 V 130 106 Rtm preferred ? 104 \ 10#)? lOfo; ioi>'< 1i(4'^ Utrbtcan Central . 11<>^ 11? HQ 133 118 Ml?tilg?B Hcnith'D. ?1 108 108i, 108 "0<^ South. gusrant'4. 114*,- 11W 133 138 137 Minnie central.... 119 131 137 190 13?V Satan* 103*4 I"*1-1* 113 112K 100U Rock Island I')#* 1?7* 114 113 '4 KIT Toledo lift lift 133 lit* 110 raaun I*?8 iwo 1BO ? im? Sudors River 14*) 148 148 160>< 143 PaolOclUll 33.'. eitlXlft 331 338 318 M lift 134 134* 131 The atock market, after a period of comparative qulot. became very much excited last week, and underwent a decided panic, involving a fall uf from lft to T> per cent in the leading railway ?bare*. Many of thcae aharea were higher than their condition warranted; but the decline, aa usual, affected cheap and dear stock* alike. Thoao securities fell the moat which were supposed to be held by cliques; whether from sales by members of these cliques or by partiea who anticipated ?hat they would not be able to hold out, la of conrae a matter of conjecture. From all that we can learn, however, we are led to believe that the beavteat holder* made no great aacriflcea. Ktie waa, a* nenaJ. a prominent mark for operator*. The decline nt one time wa* equal to 23 per cent ( from the highest point: but at 100 a 105 foreign | banker* came in and took large lota for export, while wealthy partie* here, who believe in the property aa an investment, yet were unwil ling to buy at lift or 1M. availed themselves of the decline to purchase. Southern old fell at one time 39 per cent below tbe h-.gl)??t price of August. This also refunded, fi irt:> itif? up ;?nd down fit" per cent at a boaid, %t d i Ir-'n'.' yaterrlay at a rally of ten per cent fr.?ni M e luw.*t point. Tlie abort interest r tlif* t?.t> ev- . .it prrvn pHr.'?. i* nnder?Un??' to . ?? eiy' iff. i" 'J ' '* !? 'he Illi nv.s Central showed marked weakness at one time, and declined twenty per oent from the highest price; but it also watt taken at 1*20 a 125 for for eigaaccount, which relieved the market and gave conrage to holders. Harlem fluctuated an wi'dly a* usual. Prom 175 early in the week it fell on Friday to 115 ? a f til of sixty per cent -then ral lied to 135, closing yesterday at 132. The under standing of the street is that a compromise has been effected betwoen the company and the stage interest. Hudson dropped from l.ri0 to 1.15, with u small business, and Pacific Mail from 232 to 220. New York Central exhibited a good deal of firm ness; the decline, even on the worst day of panic, was only ti a 8 per cent. This is mainly due to the fact that a number of lenders prefer Central as collateral to any other security. Cleveland and Pittsburg fell twelve per cent from the highest point, with a very limited business. The directors' meeting, to bo held on the 1st proximo, will decide on the question of dividend. Galena, Toledo and Rock Island held their own pretty well through the panic, partly in consequence of the fact that their stocks were better distributed than some of the New York shares. Governments be came very dtril, and the inquiry for them ceased altogether; but there was no pressure of stock on the market. Should the bankers persevere in keeping money close for a day or two longer, a number of government securities would be sold by parties who can do better with their means. Holders of debt certificates can make a hand some turn by selling the certificates and lending the money to the brokers at 7 per cent and a com mission; for it is pretty well understood that a fresh issue of certificates, which will keep the price down, cannot be delayed beyond the 1st proxim*. We have paid no attention to the injunction lately obtained against the payment of the divi dends on the Chicago and Alton stock, because we knew that it was a mere stockjobbing dodge, intended to depress the stock in order io enable certain parties to buy. Th$ company has pro bably been hoard on the case by this time, and the injunction dissolved. The very parties who obtained it make no secret of their belief that it cannot be maintained. Western judges do them selves and the bench no credit by allowing them selves to be made the instruments of stock jobbers. There are no roads in the country doing a better business, qp with better prospects, than those which run through the State of Illinois from north to south. CITY COMMERCIAL, REPORT. SATURPAV.Fept. 6 ? 8 P. V. Atom Sales were made or 40 bbls. . at 7c. for poU and 9c. for pearls. Market steady. Stock, 913 bbls. BtuutK-Tuvra.? Flour has been leas active to-day, tbo export demand having been restricted. Holders have been mere eager to sell, and the tendency of prices lias been downward. The receipts have be?n limited, par ticularly of fresh ground, which baa been in most de mand, and prices of which have been pretty well sup ported. The sales of old and unsound flour eontloue on a comparatively liberal scale, but at low and Irregular raise. Tne day's sales of flour comprise 14.500 bbls. State and Western, 1/00 bbls. Foot hern, and 500 bbls. Canadian. Rye flour and corn meal have been In more request, at full and rising prices. We now quote: ? Superfine State and Western $4 00 a 4 50 Extra State 4 70 a 6 30 Gonmso to choice extra Western 4 46 a 9 60 Canadian 4 76 a 7 00 Southern mixed to good superfine S 10 a 6 26 Extra do e 30 it 7 76 Good to choice family do 7 80 a I 76 Rye floor, fine and superfine 3 40 a 630 Corn men I, Jersey and Brandy wine 4 00 a 4 00 Corn meal, puncheons, each.... 21 60 a 23 00 ? Wheat has been In leas demand, particularly for ship ment, and prices of all other than strictly prime have de clined 2c per bushel. The day's Bales have been cooflned to 98,000 bushels at fl 25 a $1 36 for old white Western, $1 23 a (1 27 for amber Western. $1 16 a $1 22 for red do. winter, $1 16 a $1 22 for amber Iowa, Wisconsin and (ireen Kay : 92c. a f 1 14 for Milwaukee club, and 83c. a $1 OA for Chicago spring Corn was less plenty and more Inquired for at a .hade firmer prtoea: the day's sales reached 112,000 bushels at 73c. a 74c. for sound. 72c. a 73c. for unsound Western mixed, and 76c a 78c. for Western white and yellow. Oats were active and buoyant: we now quote Canada at 54c a 80c. , State at 62c. a 68c , and Western at 68c. a 90c Rye wan Inactive at *0c. a 90c Barley was in moderate demand , and 7,000 bushel* State were sold to arrive at $1 26 there were also 7,000 bushels barley malt disposed of at $1 56 a $1 60. Count* was in pretty good dem md and advancing, with sales reported ot 130 mats Java, part at 36c.; 200 bags Maraeaibo, part at 80)fc. ; 240 bap Rio at 28c. a 28 Xc., and 1,000 bags Mocha at p. t. Conn* sold to the extent of 900 bales at 09c. a 70c. for middlings. Market firm. Km ?The main business was In mackerel and smoked herring, which was very flrm. The market was bare or dry cod. which were nominal In price. r ? ix .lira ?The day's business waa limited, without any quotable alteration In ratea. The number of vessels in pert was 608. To Liverpool there were shipped 1,000 bbls flour on p. t.. and 13,000 bushels grata, part at fid. To Loodon 1 ,000 bbls. flour at 2s. 3d. , a small Jot of wheat In ship's bags at 8d., 200 tons oilcake at 20s. a 27s. 6d. To Glssgow some heavy goods at 32s fid T? Cork 24,000 bushels or grain . for orders , at 5s. 3d.? lay daya Dearly expired. To Bordeaux a cargo or tobacco on p. t. To Antwerp 250 bbls. Dour at 2?. 9d. ; 60 tons wood at 27s. 6d. Hay.? Bale was selling freely at 86c a $1 for ship ment. and $1 a $1 15 for local use. Hints were sctive and advancing early In the week, but in less request towards tbe close, owing to the high claims or holders. In view of tbe rise in gold and ex changes. There were 10,461 bides and 158 bales do. re ceived, and 56.600 bides cold during tbe week. Tbestock on band of ox and oow bides la 300.500 (same time last year 447 .800 ? year before 502,800) and 188 bales. llors were very flrm and in demand at 17c. a 22c. for last year's crop. Laths were heavy and down to $1 90 a $1 36 for East ern. Laanuat ?Messrs. Welzel k Wcldemeyer say of Hemlock Sole.? Business continues quilu active at fair prices, for heavy leather rates are Improved J^c ale. per pound. Re-'elpts, although of fstr extent, do not equal salo.j, and the supp y on tbe market in Homcwhat reduced. (>ak Sole. ? The tendency of prices Is still up ward. Tbe msrket is a strong one. as tbo demand fully equals tbo supply Transactions principally made ror cusb Stork in dealers' bands quite limited. Upper In rough partakes or tbe general activity or the market. Weea'a receipts r>f sole leather about 47,000 sides Miitjt.vcv firm, with moderate sales. Including 160 bbls. New Orleans at 36c. a 49c , a lot of Porto Rico on p. t. . and 94 hhds Cuba muscovado at 39c. a too. Otis ? the demi.nd was talr for tbe prlnclp.ii kinds and the market buoyant. l.loeeed, $1 06 a SI 07, crude pe troleum, 37 He. a 38c. : refined do., 70c a 71c , free. Provisions.? I*ork waa firmer, with a fair inquiry, and sales of I 900 bbls. at $13 50 a $1.1 82 for new mess, $13 75 (or do. deliverable In Novemhor, at tbe option of the seller. $11 37 a $11 60 for old nets, and $10 50 a $10 75 lor prime. Beef was more active, with sales of 180 bbls. at $14 a $15 for extra and $10 60 a $13 60 f>r pi 'In mess. Lard was In fair demand at 9\c a 10', c, with aale* of 1 ,600 packages Cut meats were inquired ror at 6c. a 5\c. for shoulders and 8Vc. a 9)?c. for ham*. Ba oon was saleable and steady at 6c. a 8c Mutter continued In fstr demand at 16c. a 24c. for State and 14c. a 18c. for Ohio, fbeese was In demand at 8c. a 12 >,c. R us? There were 185 bags Fast ludia ? Id at 7)<c. a 7',e. Stock. 600 Mils, and 16,088 bags last India. Hums ?Tbo light stocka and high claims of holders checked sales, though the demand was fair Spcaks wen- more active, with sales uf 1,260 hh<ls.,al 12V* ? 13Vc. ror I'orto Hlco, and 10c. a II Xc fur Cuba, also, 16,n00 bags Manila <>n p. t Taijow ? The day's sales comprised 100,000 lba. at 10Vc. alO^c Tbo latter from choice. Khimh.? There were 360 bbls. soid at 60c. Holdera were generally asking higher prices. SHIPPING NEWS. AtiAiiAi roa n* Teas? taw ear ***S?SM a Stl moos aiaas morn II It avsasvs 4 24 | mull wavsa. ere ?i* Port of Now York, toptsmbri I, IMS. AKWYKfV Steamship City ef Mew Tor* (Rrl. Eennedr. U'aresal All* SK ? 4" I'M, an. I gueenatowu 2. Id. 4 40 PH. wlta aidae and passengers te John O Due Auk V. oft Mln Head, aaw ?l??in?hlp Cttjr of Manchester Imiiad up; 2Mb, It' milra W or Kaatnei. steamship Arabia, from Boston for Liverpool; same dav. V I'M. a servw steamer ahowlng two blue ll?hia: 1st insi let 48, Ion 44 It. a acre w steamer txrund W, a ppooed to be the Olympus Steamship Oerraanla Ehlers, Hamburg. Aug 28, and Southampton 28th.wlti? mda* and 008 panrnftrc to Konhardt A Co P.a~d the Needle. t PMTaoTitVE PM .aw steamship A-nertoa lienee for Bremen; Joih. 1st tu UP, Ion 2701. ship llsrve.t Queen, from Lleerw.il fi,w *or? , same dav. 2 I'M. lai #0 07, Inn ? , efamsh u Natonia. I hern ?' 'or Hamburg, Hth leal, IN mifes R of Hand) ilook aaw ! ablpCon?laBtliie. hence for Mianwi1. Kteam.hlp Ch4rtap'oo. Tfakbpaugti Asplawall Ang77 at I t I M with mail. i*swn*ers anil apa< te, to u it Allen Steamship Ouaihna ?l" h trao.port), tamers, ai> laalrla. TV hour*, in tnliaat to II * Onai ??rmaater. Hhlp Malta pan (of Heatos), Koh.ua, CnlcnU*. g H?arfa : April*1. with llnereU *<?, to li?nhar k Colby, AnrlJ ,'u R ' t.rtenh oi Wsles, .eaman, itterf if djr? 0'ery. UroMeft the Kqu.ior in tbe Pailrte May ?t. Inn ffl 16 fe ; had MNK wimi. and enlin. la Ba) oi Mental two* ttR trades Jun? 2 pa>?<il In 'at if ?? *- and creased ih<- Ruiiatot In ih-- Atlaetlr Jalr i* kia 38 .'1 W : 'o.t SK trade, in imt e lit N wuh u?hi AW winria to iat 1$ K Ion 49 4*: haft light wtnda ant calms aiace * rose In^ the R'|ii:itnr. Itara Oitf London (Br) Kmersoa. Alcoa Ra?. ,%a ftara wit i o", kr to Nai ler A Webref Aug t. im ?. ?s ft mn rww.sii.se R> ?I,|I Ntaftabori h-i e,t n 1st last, lal ?* St ion If, br'g ? T ror Bonlau. Bsrlc Jsus 8) mm iRr . Ouataiia/s, !>r sti. . 48 ilats. with ralin-aft Iron, te <ir l<*i . B.irii N II Ijssto. '"a- i r*l Rar' ado., A s tS, wltn me* tas ? in INr'lIb A T o. Saled '. i!.? i?i \ ,v it, i.ik Qa I e. ?-.? !le 1 T. \ Vr> |t ? <? H'J, M'T<.'ieaj . S.l?. , I. <? \j ?. nha.Ua. to Grinnell, Mlulurn * Co. Aug SI, liKTll, IhUM, i three l eborg*. Brig .lamia Adrlana (Dutch), Kranken Bio Janeiro diiya. Via Havana Li day*. Willi coffee, to Punch, Meinek W?*ndu Brig L nriine (Dan). Anderaou. Rio Janeiro, 30 dayf. in \ last, to Napier k Welaford haa been # day N of Halle, with licht wind* and calm* let mat Ut S& 10, lou 70 U, an. eehr W iii b (j.ieen, II da<? Irorn Manillas. ... Brig Merlin (Br), Br 'wnlow, 8*gua, 18 day a, with aut to Breti. s.n ,t Co. IUi been H uaya Hot llalteraa, w heavy NK winds. Brm Alma (Br). Bode. Turk! Islands, 14 daya, with aalt Darreli ? <o. Br g Albert Feaea (Proa). Schlebe. Bermuda, 9 daya, bal a.st, tu urler. Rehr Helena ( Br, of Naraau), Talsber, Tolmaeo. 23 dr With |o wood, til M J Weulter I n a blow fnm> B*E eari away fore topmast, tiling tb'OOm, headgear. A"'. Aug 31, ' ai e M :.tt- rat, aaw a ichr w Hi lo.-a in anils, bound N ; ha a!ay?ail lie tit for a urn ncatl ^ In R lllmrr. W<iltoo Hntt?r?a Inlet. 9 day*. Steanii r Sophia (0 S transport). Uruuiley Washington w ? <J' arteroiuHter. Steamer Falcon. J^nea. Providence Hleamer Pelican. AW rich. Providence. Bleam tug Wyoming. KuT, Philadelphia. The hark Anna. JtraKm, arrived 4lh from Demarara in i>aiiaat, cons nned to Lavrrafi 4 Co BKI.OW. Bar* Ernestine Olddln s, from Zara, 20 days Bark Jainea Welsh Hri,' Black Hawk. frmn Kinj-t/in ,1a Schr Annie Labile (Br), from 8t Martins. Schr Victoria (Br). ?AflKl) 3d? -Stearnera NorthHur Planet , ah ns Louisiana, Or Weatern, Condon. K Hamilton; biir'n ttedni Stef ,110. 61 lendortr, R(i W Dwlge, Amel* Mary Antah ; iVma , la Amazon. !? omnia, M (' Mariner, Orkney M MeConnell Sth? Hteainera Creole. Empire: bark a Andrea. Hondm Penplna; hrlga Angostura, Oueen Victoria, K Praxer C fllct, Htfi-'liaw, (la.irt'e ? hr> M Raker, J B Cunnlnahi Three Brothers. T Martin, Owan Hira. Wind at aunaet KSW, light M la<e||;i MCIIIII. Snip Bam * Wind. of Boston. hua bean taken into Brii a la Dobk, Mil1 wall, loi iepairs Brno PHEVTlf"" Hoiihv put back to Ttoalon onSthlnatw it mniti rlcrmg carried awat* ami starboard aide damaged, vim;!)' en In I'untjv t with bulk Kva. outward bound. '? ? E sustained no damage of ion?C|Uence. The following table givaa a summary of Ui riutla a harbor* nf New York. Hoamn, Philadelphia. Ballinu and New Orleans, at tlio latent account* frain each af IA porta ? ni w tor*. Rtuamshlpa 29 Hrlga 7i Hhlpe 1^2 Schooners Barks 173 Tatai < rn.KTOr. Steamships..... 2 Brine Hhlpe '-'0 Kcnaooera. *. Barks M Tatai ruiLaoat.rnta. Bteamihipa 4 Brlga Bhipa. 11 k'hMWK Barka 24 Total Ill T1M0HK. . ,? Bteamahlpe 4 Bnga Av....... Hhlpa 12 '?'chaonan. W Barka 17 Total t MCW OKLKiMI. Sleamahlva 4 lirlga (Uilpa TJ Sohaoaera. Barka 2<> Tatai Notire to Marrla*n< IHfOHTA.MI TO NAVIGATORS. Mimhtrt or Maiiikic. SaNTiano. May n, lfli The Commander 01 t!ie corveitnof the repobile. Kamera in a Intler dated at T obi ja on the 9th nf laat April, talfo the Oeneral Direction of Hie N.i v an lollowa ? While aall'ng In the ilrectmn of Oonatitutlon auanee ol the olrerll" ,1 01 t!,e Mil. later 01 Foreign AlTaJl had occaaii o to rem rk extraordinary acitation of tha beyond the ahoala c.u!ed Loa I jiganoa, and auapaetlM exiatence nf rorka on the prolongation of the ainall i(la "f that name. I determined poaitnely to aaonTtain their eii> depth, and other hvdrngi aplilcal data, with the objac marklnu them on the chart and Informiag your Kxoelle of the fact A* noon an I waa in a position lo da ao I detached a bo . crew, aupplled with the uccriwary meana and fhatroetlc la ao that they ahould make their obaervatlona with great - actitude. Pour houra afterwarda Ihla i>oat returned, brlagtagtka - formation which I aubjoln. Hltuution of the ahoal? Latituue 23 23 UU S. LunKituue. . . . TO 42 3d W of Oreanwich. Leaving the Morroof Meiilloneato the N lldegB ? that ol' Mop no to the H 52 deg E, both magnetic. Iia dlatance to (he lsleta of Loa Lagartoa la about l)f m the ground baiow atony at lh? depth of IX fathom, and 01 30 metrea beyond increiudn^ lo 1% fatboma. leaving batwr the two ahoala a channel 1 mile wtda and from 8 to IS thoma deaiu lam anrprlaed that before tbia there haa been do idaa ao dangeri >ua a reef, and etoat it haa eacaped the notice of 1 navlgatnra who trade on tl.een coaata, for at low tidea th? are great hcavinga of the aea. Tlie oiRoer who waa dotal) to fix the poaitlon of the ahoal bellevea. with a great dhal reason, that the steamer Lima, although ahe may have ero ed Laaartoa under heavy aall. muat have atrucfc npoa aot of the hidden ledgea with which the aforementioned ehaal abounda. The ahoal found and Died by the Commander of the Of vette Eauieraida aa before expreaaed. Ira ptuna tb? chart the bvdrograpnical oSlee of Ihe Brltlah Admiralty Ho Ifl Weatern 0<>aat of South America, page 1M. IKW; and a* t> exiatence of tbla ahoal lntereata navigators, I forward thla your Excellency to be uaed aa you may ae? fit. MA8CO8 MAT I' RAH A. To the Minlater of Foreign Affalra. Wliklnnicn. Hark SttBrMir. VMki, KB, ild from AmbrliaUe Ju 18. to crnlae oT Congo. Ba k Union, Ludlow, RH. aid from Klnaembo, Afrloa, Ja! 7. to crulae; had 800 bbU oIL Hpokea, Ac. Ship Hamuel Ruaexll Wlnnhell. heaee May SI for Horn Kontt, Julv ft. lat ??B4" II (probably 14 or M 8). Ion 10 W. Bark Kurt, Ray. from Bomon for Barcelona AiiglJ.il 411, Ion 30. Bia Cere* iDu). from Poochow for NTork, June IX I* 17 KB, Ion 43 ME. Forri(a Peru. Ahdromaiv, Aug 23- Bid Lyman Cann, La win, Ruaton. Aktwi ar, Aag23? Arr Canvaa Back, Miller. NYurk; A I Small, Tnjrs Boaton. AariNWaix, Aug l? ? Sill hark Amelia, WelU. NYork; brig Arabella, Lludaley, do; 21th. Robi C W'lght. Ua uea, Baltl mor>. Brkmkbiiatin. Aug 19? Arr E K Oehaln. Von llagen, Boa York; 20th, Aatronom, Klopper. do. Sid ?tWh. Tulako, Dan nemann, NYork. Boaramx. Aug?]? DM Elite. Lacombe, Me* York; Anita Coroallea, Mew Orbana. Barbados. Aug 2J? In port bark H Trowbridge. 1 dg| brk Rnbt Mowc, do. Sid 30th, barka Montexuma, and Maraval Turka lalanda; 23d. Gazelle, N York. Caaiurr, Aug 24? I'm In. Amelia, Brunatrum. from Bel' faat for NYork, with damage. Off Ltindy I eland TV1, Bllwood Walter, Warren, for . Oitt or Oo?e Uoric? Arr at Tabla Bay J ulv 12. Arrow, Hartley. San Kranrlwo (and aid 1 Ath for Algoa Bay); 13th. Hlmooo. Smith. Kan: oon rand aid I4tb for LI- >'rpool I ; 20th. Bilvei- Cloud. Chains, .NYork. Sid 17th, Oeo T Krnip, Mayo, Boaton. Air at Algoa I far ,luly 12. Anna Kimball, Marah, Calcutta. Sid 16th, Uianla. Cooper, Tabla Bay and N Tar It Dk*l. Aug 33? Arr Margaret Kvaua, Warner. London (and aid for NYotkV Dosroiu Aug 31? Arr Aurora, MeDongal. NYork. Dlri.ir, Aug 24? Arr Colombo, Vaaaalo. and Roral Sove reign, Hall, NYork. Eiainork. Aug yt?Arr Eureka Chandler, . FiLim'TK, Aug 23 ? Sid D L Cboate, Mc.Manna. Antwerp. Glasgow, Aug 22? Arr Alexander, Aibera, NYork. Oaaatrrx-g, Aug 23? Arr Plcladee. Knnwlton Sherllae. (i At. wat, Aug 20? Sid Jail" Duncan, Elliott, NVork. (iiaitiiTi*, Aug 15? Arr Compeato, Viola. NYork; 18U>. W Wllaon, Plummer do. Hatlr. Aug ID? Air Kliza. Ham, NYork. Hiili. 21? Arr Marr Kll/abeth, Dunbar, New York; Brill, Crowell. Ro.nn lor NYork. lliti.voitT, AugZt? Arr Maria Magdalene. Wlllenbrlnk, Mew York; 23d, Young Dor hO!>t--r Imnnand. do. Hambvru. Aug 2 ' ? Sfd Paradlea. Popp. Han Kranciaoo. Li vknfool. Aug 23? Arr Scotia la), Judkina. NYork; 2Mb, Perthahlrn. Oatea. Baltimore. Hid 22.1. Wyoming. Burlon Philadelphia: M Nottabohm. I-aiub, NYork; 2Mh, yueen. Mackay. aud Hunriae. Lnce, do; Olvmpus(a). Mulr. do Cld24tb, !.ady Milne, Cowen, Philadelphia Bnt out 22.1. Theodor Knoop. Lakey, for Maw Orleaea; IX Secor Kirby, and L Homnn, Draper. NYork; AdrUMia jit, Nlcholaon. do via Oalway : Anul" Slue, Weeaa, I'ldelialle anil Akyab Audubon, Math"*. Rango.m; 24th, (lortlla. Me Btoker, New Orleaua: Scotia (a), Judkina. NYoik London. Aug .'4? Arr Coma tlrlnnell, Spencer. uidfleor^o I, Hodgaon NYork. Sbl from Qravaeend 24th. Yorlck. Moore. Port I'hlllp IaiMDOROkaar, Aug 21? Sid Htadacona, Stewa.i. I'kladrl plii*. .Mikxaitxaa. Aug 21 ? Sid Arlington, Croaion, a port la Ca Bftdl. Oroaro, Aug 19 ? Arr Mora Ctntrn, Cardoro. NV..rk. yoirrKirrowR. Aug 21? Arr BoruaaU, Moe NYork . 22d. St Olaf, Tholln. do; 2.ld. Crimea, Baker, do. City of Coik (?>, Tlb'iette. do for Liverpool. Roubr. Aug 23? Ai r Hlue Noae Jotirneay. NYork. SuoRRiiaa, Aug '.'4 ? 'iff. Ilciiitrika. from NYort for New haven, and 'Onk a pl ot. hToaaaro, Aug 1.1? No Amveaaal In port. WaT*R?o?n, Aug 32? Arr Ar blmide. I.on;obnr>!i. NYork. IPaaSTaaaaatr Cirror Nrw Yoaa? TaaLaTr*T. l Arr troui N ior* Martha, at Hellaat ; 11 b. at * * Dare, at Peniam-e Iielhl. at Dr-ai; Kapirte Electra, .mi Nareldo, at Queeaiitown. Anaarlcaa Porta. ALBANY.I 8?pt 4? Arr ? nr? My1 lav. Delano, Nili-dlonl Nelaou llarn-y. B' ara<'. Pfovl-len e. Old *rh * R I Orahani. M'-ardaley, New Haven: W 8 Ca n/, Ral l> my .1 M Tay lo., l'crine, NorMcb; aloopa Ilar|*r, Kuaa and John Henry. Allrn, Profiib'm*. BOS ItiN. Hept A. AM? Arr ateamahlp DeMo av. Hampaon. Al'iandrla , Br brig Jennie Mo Hit II) aley Lond ?n . Vff achr lliulaon, MeDo .gal Key W< >t via N < org Put iw W, brl< I' H"hba. Signal for a It r bark ami S brl a. In the ? av, I .hip, ) bark and 2 brlga. Cld harka Tidal Wave Ooblemllb. R Inli ne Africa; Auctiouaer. MoC"t'Och. StThomaaj ?( ira Heion Mar Baxter, Baltimore: K C Knight, Whirl. x. I'hiladel phla; eonr Ringgold, Crowell. NY^rk. ataoner Nm.nan. Ba ker. Philadelphia. Hid ablp Reaolote. bark K bil?Ra< k Ingham (and laat two aneborad In the Roada; PM? Arr ablp Joa Holmaa, Calentia BALTIMORE. Hept 4? Amonr Kva Belle .Jeff-, eon. Boa ton. Below, ablp O' ean bark Chilton Cld Br brig Eagle; Tarry. Rio iaaatro and mkt; a> hra LeRoy. Jan n -.<?<. Havana Hannah Martla, Avery. Cohaaaet Narrowa; Be) aaea, Smltti. b'aKI'R ? LAMDINO. Bept 4-Sld arbr Oov.Tnor, Prve they, Phiiadeltihla. FALI. RIVER Hop 4? Hid achra E Bamea, ?'nffont, and Arlun. Kellr, Eu/aurtiipfiri: rminna Sprar IrYork. NKWl'OBT, sept 3? Arr ahla V i.iagr y u> en. Ilawglaa Brl.tol for N\ork; Annie, Jua> a. Pall Klvor for <lo laud botb ?Id AM of 4lh I 4th. AM ? Arr achra Cabinet, Burdtrk, Warvli un for New York; Coenroa, Si-ear, Pall Kiv.t fordo Hid arhra II Clay. Maii-om. Amy Wooaic. tale of Plnaa, Com To. k< > alp New World. PHILADKLPHIA. Sopt 8. AM? Arr briga J I) Llnco n. W?'b)M*f I'oit.and: M White. Crow ell Boaton , >.raJI>?r run.e. Rce H I' ?imniona, Hand H J Vaughn \aniihn, ana I. aildearcld. Bartlett Boatou. K W tlxrdner, Momera ' irar dlu-r. J H Mather. Orr. Portian l pta-lam Bhtak. Dlgbton; M farrow, Condon. NY'ork. Be.)iw,brig Ailav l >. from Port land c|<j kteamabip Haton. Mat^iiewa, B>?ton: ' r,l* Danl Malom y, Siaelman. and Bell, of the Hay, Bol^-' ''' Royal;. ?< kra \aatta, Paraona. Plymouth: J W t" am?m Jr. Mayo, Boalon ; C Strtaon Roblnaon Rralntree; A Ma ? e Smith, Bonixract Sea Witch, Tyler. Providence PORTLAND. Hept 4? Arr .teamahlp I'otoma. Sbarwood, NYork; eebf* Julia. Hall. Hl/abethp"rt; Monifo e n?rt.r J-rae. City; Alloa. Pendleton NYork. ? Id n. .hip c ir ieulo, Sinnett. ?"nevl|.o and ni?t ar h r? BUr i.hl. Ynrka, aad I (> Ciinn. Ulgglna, PhUadelphU; H WaaUmwk, LlUI" J PKOv'llKNCE, Sepi 4? Arr a eamera Delawa re THhWe, Roa.lO'it: Palcon. Jon'* "*ollf/l|,rl,r1 4a. ?Ilbtic j W Drlako Drlakn. PhMa4lelphla. at' r. Adelaide. ?e?53f an" RMtll, BmlH.. do: | A Klliot. Dw.,.^. Slataa lalandvr Palniar L Boblneoo. Dana; lly Lawle RbeMnnv lhibMa" .'ai ao'l *'?' " l-"*. NYork , >u.aa Roaa llerrlck da or Maahlaa ; 'lajpa Hia^tttona, Alb-n, and Com Bl.ri. Tv>r NVork PAWfiClW. ?^Pl 4? ^kiof V#k>cHjrt R??a "' UaiKM f?ep? 4? Arr bark Swallow, Nalaoa. Airibrlirtt*. Afrl-a' Pat ba. k. achr R S sunnar, t'pton, wbkh aM Klak f?i Ciiei 'i' lMv|< gb>en ain iged hy contact artan w known >e*?el 3d inai I) MIICEIiLAREOVm Its MVI 1^ A Pill l.p^, 2ft Co. per laatltnlA IBM' Me4tr?l I) ?o<ery a'ld ia rite knee tl ?.raii(t it. .earaaie. OSvO hoare frmm ? >? ft