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IANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Sckdav, July St, 1867. railway chart) market waa dull and vcrtuble (luring ct week, bat yesterday artemoou it developed tail activity and buoyancy, and closed Ortn at the subdue tatioue: -h/ew York Central, 107X a 108; Erie, % ; R adsng, 10jli a \; Michigan Southern, 80 a sveland and I'itisburg, 91 '? a)a i Rock Island, 100J? ort Wayne, 102If a 103; Northwestern. 40 a \ ; do. red, 70Jf a 71; Pacific Mall, 140\ a 147; Ohio and bippl cert I flea tee, 28 if a tf; Weatern Union Tele484a a J4; Maripoaa profaned, 23 a X. The marked advance took place in Hudson River, aold up to 118X, notwithstanding that the stock ?ent!y "watered" to tba eatent of a hundred per md that it cold last > ear before this doubling of apital waa mooted at 08}f> I' ' now eeillng price considerably abova lia value; but aa rbola of U la ownad by a few men, they can keep it there or put It higher Tbe publio will, ror, consult us own luiuron uy icuv.ug n ia mo of Its present owners. The indication! aro favor> m active speculative movement thia week, alto there la aa yet very little visible oateldo support market. The prevailing abundance and cheapness >ney are la the Misting tamper of the tureot highly lative, and, enMrely regardless of real value*, prices robably go higher. Nevertheless, the daugers at* ig stock gambiieg are sufficient to deter men who have a legitimate business from ring apon the treacherous (ids of Wall The bank siateinent for the week will lain favorable, and on Saturday Urge amounU of y in exceaa ot their requirements were offored to ending dealers in government securities at four per although most of the loans on miscellaneous etals were at Ova per cent, gold market was drin but rather dull during tbs the extreme range having been from 139yt to . The fluctuation* are not sufficiently wide to i a large volume of speculative business, aud most 6 operations undertaken by persons outside of the are connectod with foielgn exchange or the payof custom* duties, the speculative transactions and simple being conlined to the brokers. There acme deposllm shown to odvanoo the prenvum the President's message was sent to Conreferring to tne cost of governing the !=outhMfatoa tonH fhn nr.Qaihil Itv nf t hi* CfnVflfn. having to assume tboir debts contracted to the rebellion; but the force of tbis argument agaiust the present plan ot reconstruct was roon lost. Ttie export of specie fell ijliorl of of the previous week, the total having been only 10,433. The supply of cash gold was abundant, end i were generally caado without Interest and at 2 a 3 lent for carrying. The daily range was as follows;? IJg\t< Low?. lay lo9*? 139V day Uo.v 139 uoa day 140 ,V 139 eday 140 139 V: ay 140t?* 139 \ rday r,,...139>, 139V f ifljports of guld ta'O Oreal BrKAin id I860 aggreI ?13,414,067, and or silver ?3,870,784. In 1867 tbo irte of gold ware only ?6,420,640, end of silver 03,947, making a total of ?10,774,787, against 283,461 in 1860. The exports of gold during 1800 tinted to ?7,701,042, and of sliver ?3,297,273. In tho otporta of gold were ?3,099.880, and of silver 66, "94, making a total of ?0,163,674, against 060,316 In 1836. lore ia a cheerful feeling among business men, bat larked actlv.ty or buoyancy In any department of a A brisk tall trade is however generally looked ard to, based upon the highly favorable crop pross. The dry goods market hat beon extremely dull, eeent failures of prominent Grins having induced tali on. The demand is limbed to small parcels to np assortments, and goods are gradually accumug in the hands of agents sad manufacturers. In m there la no matarial change to. note, tho tone of market being steady, partly in sympathy with the nets ef that for raw cotton. The receipts of the w at all the ports for the week oruling on Friday I rery light, namely, 0 029 bale#, making the total a September I last, 1,820,239 bales, against 1,082,230 k for the corresponding length of time in 1846-9. exports for the week were also light, the total being IS,787 Mm, Making 1,400,164 bale*, againU 1,866 bales for the same period in the previous year, took at all tha ports, according to the latest ada, Is 196,979 bale*, against 841,039 balespt tba asms I ia 1996. 0 this stock it is estimated that New ana has 99,999 bales; Mobile, 12,819; Chariest on, 4; Savannah. 8,292; Texas, 8,812; Now York, 99; Florida 480, and other porta 36,000. The F.ngeotlon market has been unsettled, and on the 9th ant tha stock at Liverpool aggregated 73S.200 aft L929,609 at the same lime la 1893, and at Lon98,942 balae against 70,827. There were at this dale 60,000 balsa of American and 931,967 or Indian at, making n total of 1,489,099 against 1,764,773 afloat ashore In the beginning of July, 1896. he foreign exchange market was firut throughout, the volume of treneactlnns vu light, the loading war* asked 110*4 for tta?lr sixty days' uteri.og, but ere were Indisposed to gire more than 110'*, and I of the sales were at this rata. That part the July eoia Intaraet on the publte debt due to Sign bondholders baa been remitted, except wnere it I aathonxed to be held here subject to order, so that demand for bills from this source has almost wholly aed. large amount of foreign balances still reIs here, however, for employment, owing to the low es of Interest current in Europe, and these will be re likely te Increase than to decrease so long as money sains aa cheap abroad aa It la at present Tbeee uld probably have aggregated e larger sum than they If It had not beea for the fact that here also mousy aniuually cbaap and abundant. Tha closing rate# re ae understated ? Baatere' bills oa England at aixty days, 110)* a.1*; three days, 110)* a S; commercial bills, 10oj* a ?,; la on i'arts nt sixty days, 0.18** a 6.18)*; at tbrae y?. i. 11'? a 0.10. Other continental bills were sated us;? flml W. Comwttrti*}. i BerVa T?K n 71\* T1 . n Tl\ i '' men T9J* a TO TO'* n T*S K.er.ltfort 41 a 41t* 40 , a 40'* 1 An , ..'dam.... 41 a 41 ?* 4'i>* 41 i Hamburg 8?<* a ?i?i 30 a 36 i Aatw. rp 0.141* a 0.181* 0.17)* a 0.13 .Tha frauds oa the revenuo, eapeoially tbeee relating i the whiskey tax, still engage pnblio attention, and is Treasury Department is strongly censored for not ivlug organized a more perfect system of collecting the iters*! taxes. Ia Great Britat*, where the revenue deved from the principal art doe of eoneumpt.oa, such i beer, whiskey end marufactor -d tobacco, i* Just aa IIBcull of ooilectioa aa H ia here, e auoceaaful eraeloa r tba taxes la elmoe* Impossible Every diet:Iter * and ' -*? ? hualnae* fnr lauUnfiA ia " - | ami Mliamr I pmomv nder the eoa?Mt surveillance of Um gauger* belongkg U the J mulct in which It Is attested, who visit Um remises la mint ion, one thus a. ting an a chnck npon li other and preventing coUosIob hatwona Um manu. Mtureri and revenue officer* Thn mom 1711am could 0 adopted born with equally certain rnoalta and a ar. Dg to the governmant of not far from two hundred mil)one a year. Tnsro Is, consequently, no esluaa Tor thn laxity hitherto display ad In alian* Uta wh I alter and other taxes. Ma banquets chacK has been Impoaad upon tba ainaa Moats, aad tbara la abandaat proof that tbay hara bona a league with the dlatUI?n< tn tba wblakar franda whieh kave coma to light. To discharge those man from tba Mrrlca la not enough to aarra the and* of Juxtl' a. A Minima! prosecution ought to ha commenced agi nit Mah of (be guilty par ilea aad a severe example made of them if connoted of the oneness charged. That they grarary natneroaa there It no doubt; for the tame fifMen of frauds whieh has been axpoaad bora baa, aororiuag to arary appearance, extended all arar tb? aauniry. aad wa ahall probably a arar kaow the fall aaient of tba Icmbm which the revenue baa ratal net aad ? 'kill (ustaiatng awing ta the corruption of ill awa officers. Ma tlrno should be loot la making th< wecsaury rafonae, and this doty davolvaa principal!; qpon the .Secretary of Iba Treasury, who may be jaatl| held K'.pounblo for the defects of tba existing syiteii of ttx-gathering aad tbaconseqnant lorn to tho raronaa Aaaerad is a comparative statement showing the ?hip mmts of specie from this port Ust week and during th fear to data, together w"th those for tba correspondIni period- n 1*05 and 1800.? ' 1805. 1000. 1*07. Tjien'f i.atbwask... $132,110 $410,013 $3 400.05 ^fos n itir reported..15,314,000 40,800,131 .11,313.0* Sl?r..'. $U,440,170 $40,710,1*1 $05,0140* u.aod I* the total valuation of the foreim import port for thn week ending July 10, compared wit $toee of the two preceding weeks, aa also the value < 0 tt*$ tuvarsd H lb* or' ?f$w| n Mi* J aince Janaary l of thu year aui for tha corresponding penud m 1885 and 1806 irreft mdittg July 5. July 18. J'Jy 19. Dry good*. (1148.494 (9^.059 (1,8*20,941 Ueoeral mdMi 9,9a.-.32# 8.713,620 1,009,816 Total for the week. $3,971,798 (4,418,679 (3 880,469 Toe import* of dry good* for the weak aud auioe January 1 compare aa foliowe:? /It Oit Wtrk. 1896. 1899. 1897. Entered at the port. (1.240,880 (2,378.816 (1,320.941 Thrown on market. 1,144,443 2,334,242 909,338 aine Jan. 1. Entered at tha port. 27,193,438 774,834,286 40,018,082 Throwu on market. 31,334,890 72,286,491 62,789,602 Subjoined era tha highaat prloaa obtainad for tha leading (locks sold at tha Orat regular aeaaioa of Ota Slock Exchange on aach Saturday of the past four weeks St dr. June 29. July 9. July 13. July 20. Atlantic Mail 10w>< 107>4 11014 112 Alton k Terra HaueUK. 66 61 ? 62 Alton A I ana Haute pf . 83 ? ? 83 Boston Water Power... 26 23 23 22)4 teuton Company 47 ? 43J* 48 >4 t iers.aud 4. Pittsburg.. 88)4 80<?* 014, 0014 Cloveiand ft loledo 120* 12114 1"S 121 Chicago 61 liock Island. 06*4 97 07', 100 Chic, k N'orttiwes.ern . 44 4914 45 46 Chic, k N011 tiwestern pf 94*4 07)4 6814 70J4 CnuiOerland Coal 8 >14 39 J4 40 38 >4 Cleveland, Col. 4;Cin... 101 >4 ? ? 104 1 tela ware A Hud. Canal. 153 W 164 169 160 Hudson River 10it* 110 10?t,' 1I8?4 Illinois (antral lkl 122)4 1-3 12314 Michigan 4 ontral 110 111 11014 11044 Michigan tstutborn 73)4 8244 t>0 *, 70 >4 Milwaukee A St. Paul.. 40)4 *1)4 *?>4 47)4 Milwaukee k St. Paul pf 60)4 9314 &)> 93 Mariposa Mining 7?4 10 11 1014 Mariposa pref rred 22>4 24)4 *6)4 23)4 New York t\imra. KK. .ID*>4 106* itw 104% New York & Krle Kit.. 67)4 OS 70)1 71 New Yoik (t Erie pief.. 76)4 77 77 7d!? Olilo k Mississippi cer.. 26)4 27)4 20)4 20>4 PaciticMal 140)1 1-1)4 14li?4 146)1 Pittsburg& Fori Wayna.lu.1 100Si' 101)4' 10J14 Q K-ksiiver Mining 32)4 32 33# 31 Koadmg RK 109 # 111# 101 lOt# Toledo ti Wab.uU IT 60-4 40>4 49# Western Ouion Teleg'O. 45)4 40 ITyt 48)1 Government securities were quoted on eaoti Saturday of the past four weeks as follows*.? June 29. JulvO. July 13. July 20. Sixes of 1611 Ii3 109# 110% UO# Slxesofl?t>7 106 137 137 ? Sixes of 1806 135# 137 133 133 Ten-forties 100# 102# 102# 102# Five-twenties oi 1802 llo# 111)1 l'i;4 111)4 Five-twenties of 1?64 107)1 103)4 103)4 100)4 Fivc-t"euiios 01 1366 10i# 103 >4 10)>4 109# Five-tweuiios uf 1866, new. 110)4 107# 103)1 los# 7 and :M0u,h, 1st penes.,.. 100107)4 103 103 7 and 3-lOiiin. 2.1 ser.ea...,. 100)4 loT 107# 107)1 7 and 3-10iUs, 3d serrtH 100,". 107 107* W7* Tho fallowing are comparative railroad earning* tor the second woelc in Jul/ 1868. 1867. Chicago and Northwestern $101,850 $192,i9t CMcagu nud Koclc U ai?t 09.e42 64,800 Michigan CetUr?l 72,081 64,863 ^iiclilgan Souttiern 85,474 65,929 Marietta and Cincinnati 21,044 21,503 Western Inion 21,177 14,433 The Georgia Treasurer gives the following exhibit of tbo financial condition of the State on tho let Injiant;? Assets, oxclusvo of taxes $11,018,600 Bonds in treasury uot Bold 090,000 $12,003,600 Total debt, including interest 6,250.635 Assets over all iiabllitiep $5,761,965 The Isthmus steamer (arrived to-day) brings $1,162,330 In specie. The amount of treasure brought to this port by each California steamer from San Franctaco and Aapinwall since January 1 of tbla year and for the corresponding period in 1860 oompares as follows:? 1860. 1867. January 12.... $668,019 January 10 $874,764 January 19..., 662,566 January 20 .... 631.950 February 1 953,268 January 81 1,075,596 February 9 1,455,134 Ft bruary 10... 788,027 February 21.... 1,247,008 Fobruary 22... 961,871 March 4 1,463,286 Mar li 4 828,614 Much 13 1,425.563 March 14 241,838 March 23 389.637 IIa CO 24. 840,572 MarUi 81 782,867 April 1 808,281 April 9 729,861 April 14 1,146,583 April 20 821.800 April 22 1,117,9.8 May 1 1,318,270 May 2 208.214 May 0 1,072.820 May 11 419,667 May 21 1,292 094 May 25 508,998 May 31 524,622 June2...# 983,144 Juno 9 952.953 Juno 11 659,006 Jntia 20 911,740 June 23 1,U\09? July 2 1.621,946 Julv 4 817,270 July 9 1,429.333 July 11 703,112 July 21 2,004,UflJ Jul/ 21 1,102,000 Tow'........ $21.748,879 Total 16,972,800 Decrease this year 6,770,070 Pan Francisco papers of June 29 say:? The inuno/ maikct oontlnues well supplied, but the receipts of goid bullion are nut large, (be Nevada bullion coinee in greater quantities, but the gold supply is lost. The proportion of gold to silver is indicated in the returns of tbe Imperial mine. Thus, out or $1,048,694 th re waa gold $482,320. and allver $660,076. The dram of tho precious metals from the East to Europe, following ttie high rato of exchange, which Is 110)*, keeps flue bar* at par in New York, and allows but little to go to the mint?that la, tho commercial value of gold Is blgber than its coin value, and the mint here ie doing comparatively little this mootn. The mint and coinage cnargee are too high Tor the currency purposes of me country. Ti e demand for money for duties has beeu as follows:? June 17 $14,807 June 25 $10,479 June 18 02,908 June 20 23,989 Jane 19 34.079 June 27 32,098 June 20 31,407 June 21 29,467 Total $273,212 June 22 21,275 Prev.ously 3,306,009 June 24 12,708 Total usee January 1 $3,678,221 Tbl- has been carried Into tbe Coat urn llouse this month, to be shipped East, and about a* morn lias been coined, and there baa been no lacrosse of currency. The shipments of treasure are lea* than for the corresponding period last year, whea the English crisis caused en extra drain in that direction. The aggregate exports of produce and of treasure for remlusu.-os and for dutlas arc as follows: ? 1800. 1807. Iferchatidise past tan daya $603,722 $474,186 Previously 7,109,093 9,40-1.472 Total merchandise $7,773,610 $9,937,057 Specie mercantile account 20,872,902 19,179,374 Add duties 3,574.018 3,678,221 Total from Jan. 1 to date $32,221,037 $32,095,164 CO.IMKKC'IAI. REPORT. Savcbdat, July 23?6 P. V. Conns -There was quits an active demand, mostly (rem eptm.cn and speculators, end with moderate offerings sad the advance In tha Liverpool market prices were higher, 97r. being demun lej at the done for mltidliug iiplenL The tale. egg. egated 3,809 bales. We quote ? IpkmO. /VortJa. MabOt XO.fr. ij jj ?i ?i l,ow middlliii 34tfl 38 il5\ Jh Midd -!ng T. 37* tr\ * QoodnUddllug X 90 81 23 Corrar remained quiet,aud we heard of no aalee of Importanre: pri< ?? were nominally unchanged. Ki.ora *9* final* -Receipt#, 8.38* bbla. flour, TX do. and 1.10 h ia? corn n>eal, 17.WI hnsbela wheat. Mi.403 do- corn, M.HU* do oata. f*l do. rre and I .100 <10 malt. The flour market remained ateadr under a fair demand from I be regular trade aird for (hipping to the proetnnea, Mr , and prrea were without change. California waa alao ateady, with a fair demand. The aula* (Including California) aggregated bJ*lt bbla. southern flour waa rather mora acttre at about former prlnw. lue aale* ware 6'<U bbla. Rre flour wbp In moderate requeat, and prloaa ware ataedy. Halo JUO bbla, at $7 X a Bit ah, Cora meal waa moderately aetlre. The lalra were SSDbbla. at $6 l? for Uraudywlao, and $h M foreity. We quote giioerdne State ana n enera ... iroo* U ? hitra ntatn 8 W a 10 M Choice 10 Ma It Of Common to medium extra and choice Weatern. 7 00 a If St Round hoop ObM. (hipping brand# 8Mb 1010 Waeterntradobranda II 00 a 13 00 Common Southern 8 45 n 11 SO Fancy and extra do II |0 a 17 00 California flour laacka and bbla.) 13 00 a IS 08 Rya flour (aupnrflno) 7 35 a ?M Corn meal, city 5 SO a ? Cera meal, Brandywtna 8 10 a ? 1 he market lor wheat waa firmer, and winter advanced ah<>ut Se. per buahel, while eprtng waa nominally unchanged California waa Sc. n lOe. bettor, ckMlng Srm at the Improvement. The ealee were 48,0uu tmahela at ft 88 a 8-' for white California?the tueide prtoa for Inferior; 88 *8 for nbol-e amber lielawarn, delivered; 88 75 for amber Michigan ; 83 80 for No. I Milwaukee. $8 18 ? 83 M for No. 3d<> , aud 81 88 for rejected aprtng. Corn waa udaetued and gewer.illy tr. a 9c. lower, though the ramw wae about the aamct rnotor new Weatern ml ted. (railroad eorn) eary dry, brought 81 U7M; prime etoamer ooro tout at Jt ot a 81 < , and lair mu offered at the cloee at 81 01. The aale* warn 73.011 buahela at 81 01 a 81 07 H for new mixed Wetter a, and 88cw a 81 01 tor unround. liali warn la fair demand and firm , the a ilea warn flo.uoti buahelaalSOr. a 84c. for Weatern; 8le a Mr for Slate -the In tide price for hot J and Me. for (mlo at the railroad depot. Of rye we ham only to note the aale'if I.WO but hale Canada at 81 M Barley and malt were dull aud nominal. Frxioht# eont.iiued to ruin dull, but rata* were net mat*. 1 rlally 'hanged The euoagemeata warn:?To Liter pool per it earner l.'W bu?hoU wheat at 7d., and 7.080 do. eorn at dt,d To tltaaguw MB blda. roaln at la. 8tL Mrfkl INt. To Mieinrn per atearater, |'jo tea lard at 3Be., and 30 hhda. to ha?~o at 35" The eharlora were ? An Italian brig to (tit-rat, > t at for rdera; ettra beery ptpa (Caret at 848 SO. fold, If to I Merer Lira, and 840 If to Cot (a, and In per rant pnmeaf*. il treat** ruled dull, but prlena wera un-hanged. I flat rcrUnned (Inn. under a fair demand aud moderate r? -dpta. W* de ahlpping 81. and retail lota $t do n 81 W>. ' llnr* were In moderate reqnaat and Arm. Hale* of flfl t In lee at MF>, a 70a. . IIcur - Manila waa dull and nominal at ll?. a UHc., f gold. MM aalna of any kind wen reported. 1 XoLaaaM.-llie demand all 11 cooLhu-d light, btitprlrei ware nn-hanged. The only aalea hrn heard of wera 81 bbla. 1 Cuba mo-coredc at Me. Nirat. Stoat* ?NptrHe of '.flrpentln* at prertnua price " ruled ateadr. hut quirt. T.ho aalea were eoeflned to Mfl a bhla In merchantable Vder et Hie. Roaln?The Inquiry for all gra dee waa ligl->| price# however were tier banged. I Hale# of ?*? bbla , In afcall lota, at 84 50 a V for No. 1, and 84 for No. 8. Of t>f we hear! of no aale*. Waahlnjton wet 1 noted it 84 75 4 $5, and Wilmington, B6 80 a 85 ?'< One.?Ltnaved waa dull and unchanged. We ttnoto 81 33 8 la enaka atK, 81 M In bhla for lobbing 1??. Other kluda ' *T^n^^^phV"tlSi Ih# drmaed waa fair and prleat I ram.lenl Wrm, 1M-. b?lr>g *?nrr?lly dewnded forJon 1 Brevity |? hfll . ft* ealeaVere MB bbla w,hn'Ik towm-nr. ? ?F. et ',ee 8 a do. d.> for th# l*?t half Auriw. buyar i h ?,udb do do., from IStb Augnjt to 18th Hept.-h.r ivrtlc#, ?>ption. and da do., d#Hrt?iibk i( W, ,1,1, dararmm lit Atign''. 8 daia Jf0'"* ^,'1" * "jji'l" 011 pnT*-el-rm?, Innd^PePMin^ rtr?'.T.Lli.,r',-rn-^.1 I ete bufiaeee flotef. eteoiari ?Mte *? HSVr YORK HERALD, IK SI V. a 52e. od the ipol though we heard of one Mle of SOB bt-U at 3lo. The sales besides were Sft> bbla for Hcpounbor at UJxo.. l ltiu do. also fur Bepteiuocr, at ?.>j.c, sad l.M do., for November aud December, on private terms 0( fiee we note sal ? of ?? bole., p-i'rae llgtit sirsw to white, *t 60'. and tub do. light airaw to while, at 4ec. in Philadelphia ho he?rd of tales of SU i bo s. stand trd walU* toi November, and but) do do. for December ut 51c. 1'aovIiONS.?Receipts, 274 bbla beef, tl packages cut mrau 3.1 do. aud <00 kogs lard. The market for pork w.s mo<!era > It active i.t about iorruer I rices. New mesa c o-ed Hearty at 3-D ? oaah. The sal--s, "ca?b and regular," were 6/t? bblr. $22 87 a $211 for new wean, $22 5"> for old d >., 2a a $2* at) for prluie mens and $ID bu a $19 78 for prime, f or rutin o delivery no sales wero elleoted. Beef continued in fa.r demand ana firm, with -aim of IDS bbU. at $23 a $24 for new extra me - and $13 a $24 for new plain do. Of beef trims and lierva nee no sales were made, aud pnoea in consequence w< ra uoinlanl. Out ineata wi re in fair demand and firtn. I be sales w are 250 packages at KH^c. a ldj,c. for shou iters aud ISO. a 16c for b ims; else 200 puukage* bagged hsins at 17>?c aJOtjc.anJ SJ.OuO pounds d.r sailed on private term*. Kaeou, though quiet, remained Arm at previous prices. Sa'ea ISO botes at 15c. for long cut hams aud 15c. ror long clear and Stretford cut. The market for lard waa moderately active. I he sales weraftub bbla. at Ilia, a U^o. Butler waa quiet at 18c. a 2Dc. for huts ami tic. a 21c. tor Westom. rheeae waa uuchauged at 7c. a 14,1(0., accordiug to uuauly. Un a w.ia without derided change. Carolina was quoted at lko. a lJtje , and Rangoon at 2?dc. a l)4(c. Kama.? No liiiporiani sales ot any description were reported. thowr waa atill quoted at 12c. a 12We., and timothy at $6 26a $3 W. I aloutta linseed was nominal at $2 67>?, gold. boosR.?The trans.-.cUona were light, but prices were nn ohinged, luirvu guar rrnuing tuna being miu quoiea av llj?t. allftu. I tie w re am tihds. Cuoa. pari at l2',o. Refined we* eery quiet. but Pi icce waro steady at lW<c. a 10c. for a?lt white, Wo. a 11140. fur yellow, aud lie. for powdered, <:ru<in J ..ml granulated. otsaium iv.n with,..it decided change. The aglet were toJOu lbs. a 1t'fi'fc. a lUc.; also 40,out) lba. grease at 8>?c. a We. iatUMf continued In fair demand and firm. We note alea or WU.UOd lba. at ItHiC a ll'soWinsgsr ? Kecu.pt* bid Uble. The market ruled dutl, hut price a were unchanged. TELEGRAPHIC JMXET REPORTS. Buffalo, July 20. Ia67. Receipt*?Corn, 25.PU0 hmhela; barley. 11,030 bushels; flour, 1,400 bide. Hh | litems?Unrn, i'lOM bushels; naif, 2Si,lAfJ bushels. Flour in lair demand; spring d5c. lower: slu* at $11 a *11 ah Kyo Hour In kocmI Inquiry; Sales 200 bbia. at #7; near held el $7 25 u $7 W. Wheat quiet; ealus 4,000 iiu hrls white Call id* el $2 hn a $'J VI; new amber Ohio, $: 711 1.. r 1 duil ai d uineilled; sales 13 t?M busbeli ohnlco N'i. 1 Western at b2e.; good new Toledo, V0<\, closing we>K, Oat* nutniual; 72c. a ihc., as to qualmy. Kyo?Saina 3.ILU buahela, at ?l .0 lor Western. Barley unchanged Muse pork und ierd unchanged llighwliies nominal; $2 lit a $a 40 Oswar.o. July 20, 186". Flour steady. Sales of 1,400 bids, at $.2 n.t No. 1 aprli.g; $18 a #1.1 6J lor red wiulir, #14 for white, f 16 60 for double extra. Wlre.t quiet. .sales of 4 uOO bushels No. 2 Milwaukee ciu!) el $2 110 Cor u III limited deiuaud. hale, of rj.OOJ bushels Indiana at ViVo. Ouis. bariry, rje ami p-isuouiin a I. .41111 toed in goid demand; shorts at $.2 a jj.i . .hip stuffs al $.17 a *3.'per ton. Caunl freights steady; wheat, loo ;oorn, 8)# to New York. Kullro.id lielghU?tin uonr to Boston 70e., to Albany 60r? to New York by rallr ad aud river. Obo. Lake imports?15.4 81 buauela wheat, 08,Odd buaheis corn, 2 486.000 lee; lumber, L'ikcH.xwati, July SO 1867. Flour dull ae? tthaetUcd; declined 75c. a $1; lainily, ill a $1175. Wjgglauil, declined 60b. ; sales nt #2 a #2 10. with better gflppiy. com dull and nominal; nutmng doing. Oats arm at 84;. a 85c. til bulk; supp.y light. Kye scaroe, $1 6g #t the cmse. Hail- dull, Lqtwu "rater ft"iLlfl i?j; demand at 24c. lor middling. Win steady alBdC. Moss pi.rk aoUve at $28. Bulk meats active and higher at llo. for shoulders, 15". for idee, 14". for olear sides. Bacon aet've and higher, with ureaeiug demand at 12 for shoulders, 14c. for sides Hl^c for clout sides. tlams firm si Iv tor common and 21?. for sugar cured. Lard dull and un dem ind. Uu iter firm at 18c. a iiOc. for fresh to g'Mxl. Cheese dull at IB", a I Sc. Sugar firm at 12c.a 46c. for rawand lTKc. for refined. Ct.lloe steady at 25c. a 23c, Cold, $138'^ Lxchange firm but unchanged. TotHrDd, JulvlX 1867. Flour quiet. Wheat declined Ps.; amner #2 20. Corn HQchaiuoil. Oat*, 74c. offered tor No. 1. Chicago. July W, 1867. Flour quiet but unhanged. Wheat it men s..l"s No. 1 at $2 85. No. 2 at $i u8 a $2 05. Corn firm; sales at 8f>o. for No. I, 8.;J#c. a b07?c. for No. 2. Uats linn nd advanced to. a 2o.; hsIos at 64c. a fiiu. for No. 2. Ityo firm hut quiet at $1 25 a $1 28 for No. I. Frovisl >us aciive; mes. pork #22 76 a $2>. laird quiet at BVc Cattle dull; $851 a #7 5j for fair to (O at shipping. Lire hogs quiet and declined 5c. a !Uc.; salee ai #a <5 a $7 lor commnu. Sheep dull at #d a #J 76. dales? 3,200 bbls. Hour, II,UoO bushels wheat, 1*a>,000 bushelstoru, C.bod bushels oata, 3,006 hug*. " Lortsvm.*. July SO, 1867. Tobacco?sales 1.800 lihds. lugs to medium Ipaf. $3 a $16 75. Superfine Hour neglected: No. I, new, #1260. Wheat, $1 75. Corn, delivered, #1 18 a $1 06. Oau, 87c. Mess (Kirk #28. Bacon ac*ire and advauciog; shoulders, 12c.; c car .sides, 1 "oil f*u w* V hums 'i'.IUf 1411 ILiFkf.i. 1 .211(1 111 tiurCKJ. l-'afl. luw whlstey m bond, 'JOc. C'otton 22c. Milwacekk, July 20, 1807. Flour dull; city doubles, $11 a $22; country, $10 28 a $10 76; extras. $8 25 a $9 60. Wheat d ill; No. 1 at *2 90; No. 2 at $2 0#: No. 8 at $t 86. Oats firm, boo Corn firmer, d&-. sdhc. tor No. 1 olil. KccwipU?700 bbls. flour; li.UXl bushels wheat; 1,80(1 bii"hels oats; l,"UU bushola t jru. Shipments?1,2(1(1 bbls. flour; UO.duO bushels oats. St. Loots, duty 20.1887. Tobaoco unchanged. Cotton dull. Hemp, $1 6J a $1 75 for undressed and $2 75 a $2 Wl lor dressed. Flour active tor treah ground and new extra at $10; double extra $U a $12. choice and tancy, $19 s $15 Wheat du". and declined 5c. a 6c.; lairand good net* fall, $2 1(1 a $216; prime, $220a $2 ltd. Corn hcIIvo; while. $1 07 a $1 U. the latter for fancy; One. a $1 for yellow. Uoc a llee. for irtxed. flats flrrner, 9<e. a $1 Bye artvnnctng. $1 20 a $140; the latter with sacks. Frorlaiohe adxaucing: shoulders, lltjc. a Uc.; clear stiles 15c.; rib, 181*0. W hlakev nominal. MaHruts, July 20. 1867. Cotton, 28c. a 25c.; receipts, M balet; exports, 436 belas. Flour. $10 50 Corn $115 u $I2U for white. Oats, $1 U5. l'ork, $26 a $25 id. Bacon?clear aides, 14'ie. a 15c. Lard, lie. a 14.Nc. Nrw Obi.saxi, July SO, 1867. Cotton flrrner; sutra, 1,000 bale-; low middling. 2<Nr; receipts, 740 hales; exports. 7.820. Louisiana augai, fair. I9l?c; pi 1111(7* llJi'i. , Blrititl/ patuie* !?**., dloslr vs.v om?1L molasses In rnurkel. Flour, stuck light; double extra, $lt 76; chi'ico. $18 50 a $19. (Wn,| stock light and market Arm; yellow and intxod, $1 25 a $l 35; white, $i *ti a $1 46. Oats Arm, but very light stock; sales at $1 05. Fork unlet; $24 95 a $25. Bacon, good jobbing demand; (shoulders, 18c.; rib, 14a.; clear sides. 16Vr. Lard quoted at 13n<". iu tieroea, Uc in kegs. Oold, 191%. sterling ciehauge, 161 a 164. New York sight. >* a ft premium. Mobilk, Ji.1T 30, 1867. Cotton quiet; aalea 100bales. Low middling 72a. Receipts, IT bales. AvaotTA, July 20, 1867. Onttou?holders' prleea are too high fur buyers; very few bale# sold. Middling held at 94c. Savawwah. July 20, 1M7. Cotton aetire and la food demand and advancing; aaloe 110 balos. Middlings $4<*e. a S6e. Kwelpta, none. Wnwiworos, July 3(>, 1867. Cotton nemlnal at Spirits turpentine ifnu a*. 62f. Rosin steady at $2 76 a $6 75. Oaa lot of axtra pals sold at $4. ALONQ THE HUDSON. SPECIAL CORIESPOtDEtCE OF THE HEIULO. Trotting at Pnngkkeepale?Xew Yark (irr nana on a Monday Excursion?RrixhHtn Younii Jr.. and Multe En Hontc for Salt l.ake City?Sain ol n Hloodcd Horae?Steamboat Kaclnc ou the Hudson t'ensrd?Accident. rorauKt.KPsu, July 21,1M7. Another Interest.ng ra< o took place at lloty'a l a Ion Park, near th'.a city yesterday afternoon. The borate were Hltcbcork'a gray mare Ada Menken, beaten a abort time since by Walrudela, and Clarke'* bay mare Carlotta. The latter had the call >n the pool selling, the betting being two to on* In her favor. It was a bad day and the track lining somewhat hrary, the time mode waa not remarlcuole. The bay won In three freight boats, tha lima botng 2 64, 2:67, 2:60**- Next week there is to be a running match at the at* ve park between two well known I'utcbeaa county bone* for a puree of |300. A large double deck propeller arrived bam ln-t night at a late hour, hariog oa board eight hundred or on* thousand Cam.an turner* and their friends. To-day, in oompanr with tne Pooghkeep* * Cermaua, they are holding high carnival In the woods on the opposite side of tbo river, car*-ons of lager beer haviag been drawn up tha hllle into mountain fustne^ws, where It is being dealt out wlin a lavish hand. Hrigbsm Young, Jr., and one of his wiv*e, together with a Mr. bpencer, bava led < snaaa, Columbia county, whers they hay# boon temporarily slopping, for stall Ink# Citr. They departed oil Friday. Jame* H herthoir. of Uoaheu, has sold his hay Hambleion tan mare. I July Ella to < aptain M. McUowan, of Now York for $2,600. Steamboat racing on tha Hudaon has, to all appaar nres, ceased. Foe the past Taw night* the lirew and Connecticut bava passed hers In Ova hours or Ave hour* and a half ran from Now York or Albany, and never close together. The lime thus mad* abows that the owuera of tboaa vessels have heeded the public outcry, and are regulating the apeed of their boats accordingly. Flvo hour* hare from New York or Albany n about the average time of steamboats running under an ordinary pressure of steam. The steamboat Hunnvetdo, which a week ago ran In opposition to tha Mary Powell betweea New York and Newbnrg, has hauled oft J few UJ< ago > uwiwa nwm, ? ?? ~7 ?' " Railroad, on Jumping from an engine at Port Jarwia, waa atiuck toy a want ward hound train and injnrad badly, including a aurora fraotara of tba right arm. It will probably barn to ba amputatad. AINVAISJESJEMAY. iwoiti i?Htaamahlp Ocean Oueaa?F C know and wlfa, H Haufkiui and two anlldren. T A Piaroa. wlfa and ebild, Mlaa M Allan, lira ?R Kobina, Major n T W iillamaon, V Burarr. K W Jatnoa, T llaaaa. Rar II Cloodwm, wifa and two daughters, P Hareon aad wife, Mrs Hnrah Mnehell. R Tun Bennett, Or H T I'areons, AW hlreet, A Oilman, Cant II Cardan. Ala? Plerr* Mlaa J tWilde. Jo?? (> U<*%1 Robert lle>aiier, Mia* Bryan, W V. Rrren and wlfa, c? W Tow la, wtin and two children, J II MKlallaad, wlfr. daugh tar thrw children and acrrant. W A Chapman. W E Inner. aoU. IB Dleken.on, .1 M Walker, ft PBudd, Mlaa A Ruther> ford. H H Ltaanek, B II Coll! Mra B D Bttrr, Anguata Wed. lar, It S Houiligete, Charles forger, tapt t A Morgan, wife eni tarn cM dren, & E?*t. wlfr and Infant. Caroline Paull. Mmrw Bpejar, wife. Intent aad aerraot, Mra f Hba man and tarn chl dr*o. * P Morton, wlfa aad three children, O Piatt aad wilo. W Wlgaiua, M?j U II Porter. U 9 ,A. b(. Labhart and wife, nenjilolidey and servant, 9 CHolWday, Mra tpLllam * aodail. Waltar R M rri. and wife Adam It Inkle wifa and Infant. L B Stareni Mlaa ? Loha, W W Wekemao. Hob. ! kaynart, A .1 Handcraon. wife and thrae ehlldran, t Ureal*, r Ileiger. wlfa and two Jafcn Hadaem. Mra rt P Butierwortfc Mrs June- Morgan. child and aeivar t. (I Kuaae. 8 CcmgT lin Wn ('odchUa.il b lltali, ' 0 W 111 lew ecu, WLB.it' Inn Ilui Sa^nn. tl,ret al*t*ra and liirea childran, .tenet P S?,?iV ThnnTaa J Boardman. J II Walkre, Jas R Bill and SSf iuT&IU' ThoaM Klrtrr, R Pllan .ad wlfa, PbiBt Mania. L Br-?aand. M Cugglna. W M Jayne. I Jaaa ,'ayaa D ,VMrarlr Aaa Taylor, aT.i hanbt, 0 <5 Mt'.*e?\ Manr, W Urean A A Baker, A K HulcbWo, H dtmooa. !?ymo..i ar aai lhr?e children. Paiar CaaiaynuAi. w.fa aad tw? ehlldran, Taaukl OMonk, Onnglmato Manr* am I R amour* Ibomaa Moheunon. Henri ton lieerkfb? Ci,at.ri I elh'ai bridge, K P MitchaC Mrrleh I J" a. Win McEltabe and rnaa MoKlnnay, R Huichlr^oa, Vohael Parr.ian, An gnat Courebalua, lienry I ragman Bdwjgd Jarkann. Mil lankann, William Oolmen, Mm J OrYirce^ell, IhraerbiMrer and aarmui: Kav B at Ulahank Panels Laud, wlfa ao two cb I'lrcn. Mlaa BlanrbaMJle- M FetaraTB (, I oatai W B gtarnbarab. Etl^reU R P'.hBwHi AlaaynflerDlrk aa wlfa, Tppfhaa orora, Eager', MacMhaae. Aiemndar Bar ?au?ea Thomnacin R B P rrt Hrnry OnlbTil aad wlfa, J I Worth, rbnnfaa r by?w. u h R; llanrr E Ballon, t ? R Or ? R Burka, 0 MB' j^ob Millar, M Dwycr. .loUn I^bai . J D I'lrkenaun, 9 M" ,war.la. 9 A Mlckford. tl l.ymi B D!n I mora, W Kobariar n p, Mluhe'.l. B r Btnpbma. W iUM , John Wllkioaor r X Ilitaon, Mr* W C Mreenlraf and ebll f*?i "<o I'/.aoi, Captain .1 * Webb aad * > .atr Bark, I * Mtrtpi, W jiynry, itoantfa Uvan bfcd* ?!* )NDAT, JULY 22, 1887. THE EXCISE LAW. A Q?1el Buudai-Tbi> Festive Clubs Com* inoHre Uiicriillaa*. Yesterday *u one of the quietest Sunday* that It has been lU* g<?od fortune or Gothatuiiee?who love peae* and order at len t dun ig one day out of the allotted even?to enjoy for long year* pant. The aun shone brlglitly overhead, aiid n refrx'hiog breoze the livelong day blew cool comfort on tbe thousands who sauntered out Into the streets and parks intent upoa a quiet promenade or a ramble in shady nooks unmolested by tbe old time echoes of ribald revelry. Even tbe blee coats? those fellow* who woar numerical* on their cap front* for the particular gratification of all wrathful citizens who, on questioning, can see bow neatly tbey can doff tbelr head gear?even they looked as though the >1. P. force were soon to be disbanded through shoor want of work for the Metropolitan employes. Adapting themselves to circumstances, however, these "lonely watchers by th* way" maaaged during ibo day, with a great deal of equanimity, to steady tbo lamp posts ou the street corners by tbe support of their bodies and keep arocerv store coal boxes in their nlacea bv imorovi : us them into sitting boats. OwIur to tbe efforts that have been made by many Interested person* to (notice the treat body of liquor deal ore of this city aud Or'oklyn to organize clubs fur drinking purposes on Sundays It would seeut, Judging from certain events that look place yesterday, that the near idea has been acted upon alroady, but does not scorn to lake as welt as its most earnest adVucato* anticipated. Hundred* of clubs liavo bean organized and were in working order yesterday?the Bowery between Houston and Hester streets boasting of thirteen, no more sod no les?. There was no such thing as open house for all comers, as the festivities that elevate the thirsty soul of the auit-exclenr were carried ou bv select circles behind very thick curtains, but by no means iu out of way pluocs On ihe second lloor of a eiagy mansion, Jiet adjoining Pol ce Headquarters, a German singing ctub held forth. Daring the ewiro duy the membra, not passing away the tcdiou? hour* In making thnmsolves hoarse bv Hinging old chants sanctified by Vaterland associations, rat coolly drinking uuexcitable lager and surrounding thouisclves but not with deta-uve-decelving intent, with that species of smoke cloud which the Gertnaus at me know so well how to make impenetrable to mortal vision. To add to tho enjoyment of the meinhers of ibis club, the open rear windows of tho room in winch they wore putting tnemselvcs outside thour libations afforded an excellently temptiug view of the lager glasses and, what was of more consequence tho lager on the loaded tables, from tho south end windows of the Police and Excise Board rooms. The cream of the club system, as generally understood, lies in il.e agreeable fact that, as none but wen.bars ure admitted to partake of the select liquids purchased during work days without a pass, do policeman in di..guise can, by any known method by whicb one man Is supposed to' push h in . U unwoicoined into apother man's company, put h;tn*elf within eye reach or a lager beergiUa. Of course, the Stary Mun-I>n Club, which is In each da a g runs contiguity lo Polico Hondq .arters, is a l'enrful exception to this general rale. Howevor, although many clubs are in aood standing already, the majority of the licensed liquor dealers In this city stll withhold their countenance frous tbe cl a b system, and contend, In justllleatldb or (heir !>m b,' lattfW IB Its letter, ?hfi> as they bold licenses which the BdiMol Excise nave power to revoke for very slight cause they do not feel itieiined to run even a risk, with the chances in tnelr favor of being too closely watched and reported upon by the polico for other littlo delinquencies that might otherwise be overlooked. It would not be out of pltce to say in this connection that a good deal of very unwholesome advice has been given?innocently, no douli?to the liquor dealer* by certain ass'tclulions, who euloavor to Instruct tbe dealers ?. est elwt Ifo.m that* ul./m 1,1 <*ra A lamnl* l>f ROI.? <.' ....... ....j w. ibis misleading may be no1 Led in the instruction givua last week that the "Board tf Excis t hat decided that clubs mtjr bold fortb In barrooms the barn being closed." Tbis u sheer nonsense, at the Board never decreed anything of the kind. On the contrary, It con- i tends?a* a particular provlton of every license application plainly shows?that the barroom of a bouse being the "placo licensed," H-inking of lienor on Sundays therein render) theodecding proprietor amenable to e revocation of his privilege to Boll liquor. Tula fa't should be bornn In mind by those who are w.tiiug to I follow in the wake or the adynVe* the club system and brave its consequences, ha they <?Uat they rnsy. AsiUfc'xrhs Mei'tliw. A meeting. tor the purpoeo of orgwiiaiug an AntiExcise Sends/ Club, was bold at a piominent public house In tbo fifteenth ward yesterday afternoon. Mr. Thomas H. Atkinson occupied the chair Mr. John T. Marshall made a short address. He remarked that this association that bad bean formed this thy was justly denominated the Liberty Club, as thoy titended by its means to enjoy tbat social liberty and ourorse which, by the preeont arbitrary Excise law, tbey wcro deprived of enjoying to the only day of tbo weolc which could be r pared for pleasure nud relaxation. Tbc piwtawaiona to tuo r..i uer extension 01 civil /inertv by the advocatea of the Exi 're law do not palliate the fact that thoy are the greatest social tyrant; ji too world, and that tho entire M?M of the Kxc.se, Health and other law* relat'ng to the habile of the citizens of New York city ere reetrlcttvo end tyrennoue la tbolr net ire, and which U ehonld be the duty of every citizen to reprobate and Coudomn. Thet the establishment of the ".social Liberty Sunday Club" wee designed to secure sorlal enjoyment end to form the nucleus of similar organisations throughout the city, which by proper combluatfot would a.-sln la dafaatlng end deetroying tbls niortotilratfoiisof ell lewe. After n-markt from Maaana Klnscil.i, William* end others, the gentlemen preeeut were tnviiM to rubecrlbe to the roll, which was dono to the exteit of some one hundred eigneluree. Subsequently the tteward of the club tappod several casks of lager, white Old Tom gin and Bourbou wblaky expeditiously d!sa)peared to the clinking of many glusses. After several hours rj?eut lu tesilrity, Interspersed with eons* and speeches, the meeting adjourned till next Habbetb. THE VACANT POLICE C3MHSSI0NC1SHIP. The mortal remains or the late Comm.et.oner John 0. Bergen had not jet ' can la d In the gravt ere the polte ticlaos of the various wings of the ropuhi< an party in tbls city aal Brooklyn had set to work to discuss the probabilities as to who would h? the cots'og man to fill the vacancy oocaaioned by Mr. Bergen's demise. The hubbub has been carried on with alt tlx guato peculiar to those Individuals who arc always foui'l lying around looaa and roauy to be taken In out of tin uooiMclal cold on lue um vpinriuiiiif, mu > u ....j tholr way to Albany to look afar thair Dlererta. Indeed, A Sunday paper ai-nouu <*1 yeaierduy tliat "wth Governor Font a lit* the roepotaibillty of tbo now appointment." and added tliat It bad ' learned Ibat lie propose# to appivit a nicdera'e republican.'' Now. tbo politicians who aro actuog tbeir bonea abon' the Governor'* ?>tion in the matter may real quiet witb tba assurance ilal be bat uotblug wbatavar to do with tba appointment, the power to flit tba vacancy In tba commission being raatad aotely in tba hand* of tue Pol: * t'omtni*tlati?rt thcnit*:-. Tbalr appolntea will hold hlj place until a meeting of tba I,"g.aiature, wban It tben real* with that body to make a naw appointment or not. aa it veer fit. the Polloa Commissioners twin* now appointed, according to an amendment to the Ponce bill, la tha same mannar aa are tha regenta of tbo Ccireralty. Ho It will ba aeon what tba Governor intend* to do In the matter la of vary little ooaerqueace to anybody. Many prom'noa*. per aooa In Brooklyn are mentioned aa *andidatea for tha Commlaelonerstiip. but id police circlet it la believed Silaa B. Duicher, a merchant rending In tba City of Cburchee, will lie tha aueee*-aful man. WfSTCHESTEnNTEUKENCE. Annnrr or Aixnean Picnrocnrr* i* K*ei. a Pane,? About fonr o'clock yesterday afternoon William Backlty and Pnlrlck Burna ware arret tod at tba instigation of a barkeeper named Ban, at Karl'a Tark, Meiroer, for baring, an alleged, attempted to pick the poeketa of aome rtaliora. Tba prteoner* ware at oaca taken to tba Itlaga lockup and bald for examination before Jeetlca Hanpttn. Tnn ALLturo Gkinv LvnomiT Caen.?In tba caaa of Catharine Blunt, a German aerrant girl, about twentyall yearn of age, who wan arretted on n charge of baring stolen ffig from bar employer, Wo*. Nalton, keeper of a saloon In Matt Haven, tba evidence agaioat bar baa bean conaldared by tba Jaattce aufllclently atrong to warrant her further detention for trial. Hhe will probably bo taken to WblM Plaina Jail thla-forenoon. Flora bar nrreat the prisoner baa almost totally abstained from fend, which baa eocnsianad a aevere illneea. COURT CAliUDAW?THIS DAY. (Irraam CncwT?Cesuianr.?We, 9, Stack# n. Itataai: 9. Same n Kelly: 19, llackly # H<*a; The People at at. Mutt vi Connolly, 29 Richard va. frank, 34, Cbl ?go and Oraat Eaatarn Railroad Compaay va. MuHaary; 39. Moara va. liaakell, 44, la re tha patitloa of And raw ?t al. for elimination, ate., 49. Mclatyra va. inch. 49, Hluyvaraat va. Stayvaaanl; U9, Daaa va. Btrniharffr; 13, la ra The Ruaaal Fire company 70, Wlcka va Redlick' 73, Mlcka TV Fnrman; 90, Alexander v? Ma# i Tork Mutual Oaal rompanv: 91, Lippmaa va. Mandell; 99, ( umminfv v?. Jaiaaa t;<>rdoa Bannatt; 90, Alemudai va. Nam Tork Mutual Coal Compaay; 97, Watarbury va Ron, #4 al.; 99. Pad# at al. Same; 49. Crawford ?' al. va Ue'ittcuhfia; 109. Waierbury va Koaa: 115, Quack anhowa va. To Ran; 133, Brurh at al. ra. Broab at at Call Isa, Oppoobvtmar va N-hm'idt. H?ei*a I ocirr?T*mt. T?aw.?(Held by Jn if# (lro?. >? Soa. ]M Joaaary. Kelly; 199, H?kar v? Liverpool ant Orvat Western Sheens-hip Company; 300, Burke va ( Ita.naker; 301, Wolff va llnnus; 903. Uallou va trow 3A3. Fine ra Heitrlok; 304, Sea ra Hrbuitr; 3M. M-; 1 I'&rlane. Jr., ra Banmherger. ; j . MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. } Marrlrd. y Basiv. N?nsWi*.?Oa Thnnday. July 4, at fT.IadH i- pbta. by the Rev. Roger Or too, Jouv r. Hrattov e ' Philadelphia, to Mra /sua Am Btwrv, el N#w York 4 r. Illr4. . Amtaaw ?On dander, July 31, after a long and seier It aleknaae. Ami# Tnouwrv, wile of Oaorge Andrew, tga 36 years, 2 mon?b? and 3d aye. n, faa reiatlvea and frlenda of the family are reape-tf II Invited to attend tha faaaral. from bar lata rsaidaaot tul Ninth avaaua, oa Tuneday sfi rnoon, at bair-pai , two o'clock. . _ ?cm snliutlnj, July 19, at Ha 4IT Wavt fiftj Oft etreet, tho boloved wife or WllUara Oterfc, a rain* ot tho pet tan of TnUyeUen, county Coutti, Ir. liUtl *lar her tool reel Id poor* Her remains will b* taken to Hi" Cumeh ?f Paul the Ap'xtiu. in fifty-ninth aireei, at did* o'clo-k, where a ma.H u' r?<|u ?n will be pirated lor the repose of her scut; ami iroui there to Calvary Cemetery. Corkii;am?On ?uuday, July 31, Uaby. daughter of Pntr.ck au i A.,ii i aged 1 your, 3 months and 4 day*. Dearest 1'ary, itiou bast loft ue, .\ud thy lusa wo deeply fuel. It is i.od who dm bereft us? , tie can ail oar sorrows heal The fr ends end relatives of the family are hereof uolitird that the funeral will take place from the re-tjene of her parents. No 34 City lull place, thi* (Monday; aftornoon at two o'clock. Donas.?On Sunday, July 81, luaiuer C. Duoua, widow of Peter H. liodse, of Macomb's Diub, aged 89 years, 8 montba and 7 days The relatives and Inends or tho family are respectfully invite 1 to attend the funeral, from ttil baptist church, In Fifth avenue, between 136th and 137th streets, on Wednesday afternoon, at three o'clock. 1>AW80*.?-OnSaturday, July 30, Aura, tnfuol daughter of Thomas W. and fclliza J. Uawsou, aged Id month* and 31 days. Tno relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend tho fonernl service, at her parent s residence, So. 16 Centra street, Newark, N. J? on Tuesday ui'teruoon, at two o'clock. Interment in Ureeuwood Ceine tery. FunisOa Saturday, July 20, Mart. daughter of John and Isabella Fotau, aged 5 years and 4 months. The funeral will take place from No. Z'A'l Division street, this (Monday) afternoon, at two o'clock Faawn \*.?On Saturday. July 20, Jonara M xtai, only child of Beta >1. and Lottie farnliaiu. Fuceral from hta grandfather's, 842 West Fortiath blroet, on Tuesday altornoon. at two o'clock. Goldixo.?Oo Saturday, July 20, Josni u A. Gotnitoi, aged 80 years, a sojourning brother. The fiion<l* of the faintly, Greenwood Lodge, No. 560, and Commonwealth Lodge, $o. 40'.?, V. and A. M., ore respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, fruiu the Methodist ohurub, Eighteenth aireut, near Fifth avenue, Souih Brooklyn, on Wednesday afternoon, at three o'clock. Gahg*. ?A solemn anniversary mass of requiem will bo offered In St. Gabriel's < hurcli, on Tuesday umrmnr, at nine o'clock-, for the rcpo-e of the soul of \ViL"AW Gahak, His relatives and friends are respectfully Invited to attend. Gibbons.?ou Sunday, July 21, after a loug illness sfian Gibbons, in the 18th yoor of her age. The friends and rotativca aro respectlolly invited to nttand the lutieral, Irom her late residence, 247 Ha?t Fitty ninth street, this (Monday) a.tornoon, at throe o'clock GmrerHN?On Friday, Julv 19, of cholera Infantum, Nri/ii Elisa F>t, the infant daughter, of Johu and ticanor until ttv-i, aqea ft m n'tir an l :i a.?vs. The funeral will tako place from the residence of her parents, in Frenklln avenue, Brooklyn tin*(Monday) afternoon, at half-past three o'clock. uvi.mckk.?At Hoboken, on Saturday, July 'JO, t-.*a, daayhmr of Bernard IL and Dora H 'mcke, aged 6 m mtUa and 23 day*. The funeral will take plane this (Monday) mo'iung, at ten o'clock, flrom 130 Biootnflnld afreet, Hoboken. I! fiiv-Oii Saturday evening, July 20, at eleven o'clock. Kathacina IUrnt*. daughter of Mathias and Kalliarina Hatten. age t 19 yoars, 8 months and 24 (lays. Tli# friend* aod relative# are re#|>e dully Invited to ntiou.1 the fun'-ral, on Tuesday morning, at ten o'clock, Irom y># t2(i*e pf h*r parents, corner of Cortiaudf avnndt and Eldou street, Melrose, Westchester county, S. Y. fit. Lou # and Connecticut paper* please copy. Kjllt.?On Sunday, July 21, Awn Knur, wife of Jchn B. Kelly, at her residence, 18 Morris place, West For'f-eecoud street. For notice of funeral ?? Tuesday's paper. Kb.i.t,-On Wednesday, July IT, Jons, only *on of Michael and Ellen Kelly, aged 7 years. The funeral will take place from the residence of his parent*, at Fins log, Long Island, this (Monday) afternoon, at two o'clock. The friends and relative* aru most respectfully requested to attecd. Maun.?In Brooklyn, on Sunday, July 21, *auw Mams, aged 42 years. The relatives and ft-lends of the family are invlt d to attend the funeral, from tile lata residence. 271 Myrtle avenue, on Tuesdsr afternoon, at two o'clock. The member* of Delta Lodge, Ma 451, F. and A. M.. art requested to assemble at the lodge room onTur-dayat one P. II., for the purpose of paying the last trduit* ol iv-peet to our lato brother, William Mai In. McGouuh.? Oa Sunday, July 21, after a long and severe illness, Mkmam. MiOoccii, a native ol kdlatuoy, county Mouagban, Ireland, aged 70 year*. The friends and relative* of hi* son, Francis McGcdgh, are respectfully Invltod to attend llie fuucral, from Li* late residence, 021 Ktut Thirteenth etreet, on Tuosday afternoon, at on# o'clock, thence to Calvary Cemetery for tntormont. Ran Francisco papers please oopc. Most an.?At Monte lair. N.J., on ? at unlay, July 20, Aum Cahv, twin daughter of Theodore M and Caroline P. Morgan, aged 10 weeks The relatives are Invited to aiteod tho funeral, from the residence of her parents. 41 Sidney place, oa Tues- ; ' dsy morning, at ten o'clock. McDonah>.?On Sunday, July 21 at f>4 Sew t int inhere street, John Edward, only sou of John and Margaret McDonald, aged lit month*. PiutiuiTK?On Sunday morniug, July 21, at the resi ii'upo of his brothnr.in-''*** TImmmm WmwrP, 47-? i.;?3I Fourteenth street, Uartuolukkw lVfioaiu, a uaOno of iteoctimoant. near M?llow, county Cork, Ireland; aged C" yean. The relatives and friend* of (lie family "re reapectfnlly Invited to attend the funera!. thin (Monday) afternoon, at one o'clock, from 42o Ea.*t Konrteenlh street. Cork paper* plea* copy. Parrca*"*.?on Saturday, July id). Wu.uaa K. Paticrso.v, clerk ia Paymaster'* I^jiariuteui, Coiled stole* army, aged 45 years. Friend. are Invited to attend the funeral, leaving hi* late reaideiioo, 8i> Clinton place, Eighth street, this (Monday) afternoon, at two o'clock. Pamvmi.?At Saratoga, N. V., on Thumdsv, July IS. at aevan o clock P. M., of hemorrhage or the lung", Asm*, wife of Antonio Pa" tor. the funorai will lulta placo from her late residence. Mo. 4-0 Broome atroet, this (Monday) afternoon, at one o'clock. The New York I,adgoor F. and A. M., Ma X30, and the member* of Lafavatte Chapter cf Ko?* Croix, also all friend* of th# family, are requested to attend. Itintrems.?On Saturday, July 20, Faawi in J. Ricvrttmasc. In the 47th y*nr of his age. Th* relative* and friend*. also the member- of Arcturua Iiodge, No. 374, F. A. M . are rcipectfully invited to attend the funeral, thi* 'Monday) afternoon, at 1 o'clock, from ht* late r**tdenoe. 237 Meet Tweuiy-?i*th freet Norur.?The m era be re of Arctu rue l.odge, No. 274, F A.M. ere hereby a u tenoned to meet at tb?tr loda" room*, No. 9 I'nlon aquar*, this (Monday), at twelve o'clock, noon, for the purpose of attending the funeral cf our fat* brother Kickerman. Hy order, .l<>S. M A HI Kit". M. n<iaruvtiJ> ?On Sunday morning, July 21, after a lone iMnawe. S'lKoX KoekMsuc. in the "iTlli year of in* *IC?. trien-Je and relative* are rerpcetfully invited 11 atIrud tb* fnnerai, thta (Mond?y) morning, a( eleven o clock, from hie late re?.<lvn<?, ,'tio Want Twentyaevnth atreet, between Kigbth aud hind) avenue*. PIitabnric peper* |l*?*? copy. Hriavr.? At MrCum'<'a Dam on Saturday July -JO; (Inner S- mr, aped (J yearr. The relative# act frlewie of the family are r**p*.:UitUy Invited to attend Iba funeral, from hvt lata reehlenee ear Mct'otob'* Dam, on Tueedav afternnoe, at three o'-loek. ftnsnm.?On Saturday, Juiy Jt. Ki vir V., infant laughter of Andrew J. and K.ito K. spencer, aged It naon'-ba and S day a The relative* and friend* of tlae family are invited to Ike fnaeru!, thlx (Monday) anenionu. at two o'clock, at the raeidouco of bar parent*. No. 2V Fifth street (Aetur placet. Brooklyn. E. P., without further notice. Bib'th.?t>n Saturday, July :M, totmtan it*1 oa, aon of Peter and Bridget nltnoox, aged yean and 4 month*. Friend* of the family are Invited to attend ihe funeral thi* (Mondayt afternoon, at two o'clock, from ttm (evidence of bla paronw, lost, Lewie at reel. P< BvrTtL.?At Worm*, Or many, on Fitilay, July IP, Moama (h nsrraL, la tb* 27th year of bla age, late of the firm of Brbefiel Brother*, of thie city, swim.?At Flatbooh, on Hatorday, July JO, after a abort illneaa, Ioa Ainim, daughter of John A. and Sarah C t-'mlth, aged 4 year* and 4 aionthn yrleada and relailvea are reepeetfeily invited to attend the funeral eervlce, from the reaktenrc of her parent*, tbia (Monday! afternoon, at three o'clock. Tooara. "hiddenly, on Friday Bight, Jnly *0. of obolera iolautaa*, wn.ua Haawoa. only child of Ldgar L. and E. dnue looker, aged 10 montne and t day* The reauuee were Interred in (ireonwood. Torn*.?latum la Toon*, daughter of Milan and tbe laie Cornel I ne Tenia, aged 21 yearn, 3 month* and IS daw The friend* aad eegualaieaoea of the (Welly, alao the echool oinoere and teacher* ef grammar echoet No. IP, Niaeteeath ward. *re reepectfniiy invited to attend the funeral, frota tbe reeidenee ef Mr mother, 3M Malberry ataeet, thta (Monday) afternoon, at naif peat one o clock predeely. ot* On Saturday, July 20, Jon.* Yorwn, aged M yearn I month* and a daye. The relotlvea and Irlaada are reepeotfuily Invited to attend the funerat, front hie let* reeidenee, 44 Slith etreet, thm (Monday) afternoon, at two o'clock. SHIPPING NEWS. iixiKM rom m nw-ran air. mum 4 C . aaoa ana* ...... ?* 10 51 ttlaiau warua or* It 01 WT ? NEW T3M. MY SL 41*. Arrlvrt. I MlaatiufcaCUy of Aatirm Br s Mhwhonaa l.:?or,W Jnly 10, ar> i H iHiilutn llih, wltU inden and tU paaMm ara, t?i Irha <1 l>.l. July 17. l.t 4lf/i, 1<m. #< 10. paae# tir.m.Mp Kuik. hrn a for Drcrpool; ..me lima, tbtp lad) Hip tinfkn, fr nu Hhirlil* f"i New Turk. ; Mta?w.el>'p rdiab'irf, Itrldgmkti, l.tvvpool frly k <d':nao?lnwu tth, with mdt# and "I" raaa"ngtra. vi John I DkV. M?d hna wcothar rinrfoa ll.? rn?'?? 19th Inm. Ik 4? .- . . *v K ?"kitiod tMuunohlo Bint. hound K h 4k I'M. Ml inl|"? 1. of Hantr 1*1 k. pawed a.e.mal .; ? laid lot mar. ami City ol' r.na.tW, ?aionla: <:*V Hibaraia H, fo'teylrta: J 10. AUIuita, .11 bound I. Si?>m?l>ip Vinndaou (Br . Ilarrl>. Litrrponl Jutf It, r* 1 Ouienat two lltfc, wllbmdin ?nd77d raa'aifua to willi.m A Oa."ii. Wth ln?t. paaaad ahlp fioaton. of l.lreip oi 1 b um I fk Htonm .h'p Ooaan Q'lotn, Cnimor, A?flnwa I. July 15. a 'hfl, w'.h amnio aad pa?**aa* i s, t? '"a. if a Mail i.?am klpt'o. .lair Hi, t so MTtll n7I>* V cf jr* **? , inn Aamahlp Iteurr ( haniicajr, bene, for Aapli wall. M?m.-Iilp 'Ian (Inn, llnfiii'-a. 1> * i |< r with m la. and paaaenarrs, In I? I'rotnwell A < o. St***tahip Emily unodar, Lii.hy, <h*ii?*t?ia. * h ntn with moae .ad paaoroaere. la f.lrlogaion. Ko* A Co. <io .ai.bip p. u Hoi*, i. Deutv, AiMandrla. with ir laa t smith A Br- wi) h aaii.ah.p Wamautta, Flali, V'? Bad fun!. with m!a* .a paa?e-.ifl. r?, |n Pr'(it?on A WoOiL it Pblu Ell. Morton, Ntoh-la nan i rauclaoo, March It, wit wl r.il, to I) a-' . litre. Arrlird ail'*,* (If f J ilr I! r was 1*1 day* up in Cape flarn. Mir 9.1*1 M 59 9. Ion fn# . ipnka brla Wild Mare, itaannf K May II. off Atataa Laai 1 bark i-arr A A'til l ?t. i-or. t? parwen for lfolmotrth: Jan 7. let 11? S, lo . ? V.1 >fk I- ia. au. nam* la>, 'at IT ft I |. 1|* , ' '"I .... f . I | ' ' 9* t?. .** it??? -ark M? \.m w g.sn, y.HrtPt ?, a , T f Bhlp Progree* Woodward. Llrerpnol Jons 4, with rad*4 to N*?mlth k sou*. II u1 we.tortj wludk tUe entire raesuge. 24th lilt, lot <7 40, lou id to. In heary f*i# from NW. loaf two lower t >p*ali*. parted main topini ?l tMUkatay*. lied cargo Aui d''1 oilier J?n ^i'; 9'h lout, Ut 43 ?1 lou ?' rA apota berk Jonathan I'll,t*c lor Philadelphia; 10th 1 jn wen taenia 1 hi pilot bout Kiaucn I'aikla*, Mo 11; aioae, tlicu have l,*<i Tight wutd > and calrna. i Hblp Hlr Krbert Peel I.arrabee. Lond'?n, June U. wlifc rudw and Itw paaeeugiu-*, to lii.unoil. Minium k llo. Buik II L Koutli, lUibtagyii, UUagow, i9 day*. with m<to% to rhomta liualiam. J Hark Omul (Bri, ltolt, Kawcati!*, S3 lay*, with rertMb W ; Ban lay 1 l.trli-gabin. Had he.iry weal liar aud loalaillBU Park Uarlbaldlior Bnatun), KMrUge. BoUetdam, fit day*A with uidt-. In U M Hloinan k Kdye Jane lai 47 42. lom M 4", cipcrimced * hurricane frora SSK to WN W, in Wktate* 1 at lower foretoi'taU ana suya.nl and ahtpped aernnal hear/ ?aa, wtrch started ercrythu.g moveable about deck*, atorS akyllghta aud purtly tilling the cabin with water. Hark Clirutiana (Norw), Lauge, Leghorn, 61 day#, with marble, ko. In order. Bark Hraalleira kBremt, Weisela, Sio Janeiro, 314*|C With coflVe, to E 1'arenaledt k f'o. B >rk Hand Nickel", Coomba, Uow Bay, 14 daya, with onal, to K I* Huek k t o. Hrig I'mra (Br;, Morgan, (Ho Janeiro, IS da/a, with coffee to L E Ajuinck k On. Brig Milwaukee, Brnwn, Lingan, 7 day*, with coal, to U Swaiu. ling Narragvagns, I.ayton, I.lngan, 10 day*, with ooal* 4* mailer. Brig Sar ih Ann iHri, Lyh'b Qtaoe Bay, U Jay*, with coal, to K ring k Archibald I'i ig A' ivioiw. Bumble, Olace Bay, 7 day*, with coal, to V ?ul at A <'a. Brig Hampden, Unit, Bangor, with lumber, to Holy oh* 4 Murray. . , Bohr K Blgiow (Bt ), Barker, Bridgeport, CB, with ooal. W * C H Hwaln. Hcbi ieicgraph (Br). Wood. Windsor, 7 day*, with plat* tor to t,'i . ndall, llmpnray k Oo. bchi l(lii May (Bri. Buck, Dorcheeter, MB. 10 4?n<tt alone. In 1* 1 Nevlua A Hon. , - '.ii Edwin tVataou. Cra.imar, (iAorgetowa, OO. Hear While Swan Colllua, Oalale. Hear iiecan luugur. Clark, Bangor, f day*. ' gclir Fri-u Itrrd, Pendleton. Bangor. Bcur Cygnet, . Addl# u. S lir \co, llarnarton. Thomaaton. Hrhr I ir??. I'i,u,?i.>.,.i s- '.r II L> .? I'\iUbury, ttocklaad Sohi Mi tin,?), Varmint, Ito, Itland H-.hr Ooutlle, ller.il> .on, Itorkland Bear KN IVrry, 11am U,.n, Portland. Sehr l> .Iowa Peobuiy, P,inland Hrhr fclina Kiniuoi, Sawyer, Portland. Schr lm >n I lloiue. AUon. Ui'<u enter Hohr T Jotfaraon, Ohaae. New Uo.ifnrd. Henr Emeilua Uaieht, Avory, VYclltl et. Bohr Panthaa, Kack.'tt Pruv .deuce Tor Rondont Sol r (Jen Huw.trd. Jobnaon. Providence. Sr'ir Kale -levetia, ???, Pr0?1dance. S tir Elisabeth B, Koiiers Newport Sehr T I* Cooper, tVtiraou, Newport. Nehr Harriot I.ewla, Taylor, Newport. Bohr J II H.nlth, Wlitiama, .New Ilnveu. Hehr I1' .1 Plk", (low. Now I'Ktran Nohr W in Gllum. Scovllle, Portl and, 01, tor Philadelphia brhr Ir "d Hall, Jone?, Portland, 01. 81,ip Eocort, fr,m Idveipool for New V iik, rerelrodl pilot I7lh :iim(. oft Ueorge* -'h >al*. frern.pllo' I. >al I'raaM I'erk'.im, No IS. Wind ut moeet N> Sfarloe llUmirn. 'line J,ni u Kmiirn, Dele o. intuit! i i ?rroyeR* k New V.-rk from QucouaUiwii on tho 8th of July iliw has Ing been n pelted. llmu Viuoin.a, OUwaon, ben a for Kav innah, i porta M the morning of 8th lu?t, encountered when B'' mlljj to thj enatward ot Oape Ilcnry, a tremeoduu equall, which mfl rle.l away fo yard nod aprng furetopaa'll yard Plew jll to pi. .. *;ij loi fourteen day* otporieuced e a rtthM* ly Relet and baaty a<|ualta ot wind. Notice lo Mariner*. low an t r.oak ro'.nr. rorpiur k: 1 ' A? ,-ow |'Uo llfhthouao ha* been or '.en i.e? Lie Co dm-Point, on Potomac rlrer, to take tho p.u. of t;, l.^it Teasel lieret'ifore etatlonod M thnt place The light will be exhibited l.?r tlio tint time on fbe trm ing of Auguat 0. 1807. Tlir etruolnre stands on a eho d In >9 fe< t of watt r, menu tide, dutnnt about R7d jar.l, woel from the pn itlon of the light TUaael, and with deep water wlthM IPO yards. The Iron work of the foundation I* painted red, the sup?R structure is pninlrl white. The Ulu'iiloatlns apparatus !? a F'reinel ten* of the dftl order. ahowina a tired white Mtht, which can be aeon, wliw| uacendlug the rtrer, a dutamn of elgnt muea. When del (mending the rirer it can i?e seen ay ooon at toe 'lghthouie M open from Mathlaa Point. PHAert' or Ttia roi CA fdrrir orr r*ar?i?4. Trm aiiiA.?The following teller relating N? a aiihmar'a* eruption near that island, has ecu received from the eghhl for tlila entabllahmont al Tercelra. lilojrd'a, July 0, IIP)/. ItRiriaa Vua Von*vi Art. Tkkcxica, June 38. 1S8T. Dig?In i-eler nee lo my letter u ' tun 8th Put In regird ( a aupuiinnr eruption, i iwn i -* vt IUir inn ,uo uiander of the Portiiftiiftiie ?L**m p.utkot Anoriano maoivw to search lor Ih1? danger. being to him mi Important on*, a U would he right In hi* moulhljr track from thl* to the lalaat of tlrarioan , anil lhat on Che 1*1 inal he inada ererj cue tlnn fi.rlh.it purpose, Rolng himse'.l to the u.*M hood, aai allh ugh the ?r* w?.t fni'o .?blo fi>r indicut'ng the alio of I sh ml or reef nothing could he aocu, and en mnrlneed t* hi of there beUig an Impediment to free navigation, that lh? night i u bf> return fn?iu the other island* he did not derlad from hit truck; It it reasonable therefore to conjecture th* the danger lias sunk. .IuIIN it K AD, Brltls,. Tioo Consul and Agent. Rear Aitmiral BalaU-d, Secretary, l.loyd's. sn*sir-*i? uwrr af innr. I' loruisiloii ha* (men rem'.<-d iroiu the AgeaU far UjiB at II..IT tl _t Ui ik w light ilii"i v. lilt#, er 11 ta'.Weo ad Kenny Island on tha l?! of dune. tVhnlrmfe. P'-hr Antarctic, ft III, arrived at linlmea Hoi# twhiaat from A Uaulic Ocean, with ii l.hla *l> 40 *h oil uu t> ard, Scut iu'tna 1*4 w ?5 .v?iuwn .-tp.,ke aM inly 1". tilt r#|.c llturnt, brtt tlcr..ld, heilv./, of ritpea* ti, i Irani Retire GW Iiewia, of I'rorlne'I 'Wn ? i|i, i) f l'utinan, Tlivn, do. 70 an; Ellen Kl/pab, Mckrr?on, do, It) wh3u an; Ollre Clark. b|a, rke, do, a'.e.in; U A iVU.pi, lag* lor, do, oleeu; 3 il Collins, A'ktu*. 110 ?1. 46 #p. Hpoken. Ah lp RtnlN Aiigmrta, I.angtnn, from I.irerpoot Maeoh fur Caici|ita. Mar b. 1st J' ?. tm n . Sftln Pertirlau Power, 'rom Lirrrpool fcr B talon. 'un# 3V, lal 47 M. Ion 21 (A. Hblo sdgar (reia>rlod American;, steering S. Jua* 10, lad 'M S, lot. Zl 40 IV. Shin i nolo Joe. eUrrlDg SW. Juno 'Jti. Isi Jb (r) 411 N, tea JJ Jit W. (1 n? L* J mi lejmued salt# J fr.im Shield* NtfR for N Vorfc. t Baik Thomas J Ntowe f.on I.irerp'Mil fa- San Fran-leeew June 3ti, Lal .5 46 N, Ion M JO W. Furrlga Porte. AwTirthf, July 8?Arrlvad, Arichet Weot, Peon, Tinted*!pbte. At t-iTLasp, NZ, Jam 8?In port bark K.ite, for fiaa Tnmciaco, Itb. Kai'f I Mar 18. hark Cenaienee. tllio.l (from Hrdaapp, Han Sreu.ieoo, aritli 47 pataen.-ero, Airtiw > it., Jul/ il-AntiM, bark Magd. le is. HaarMa N Vol i. Hrtttrned lllb, l/rig Annallica, Caaaluu, with craw sick* Sailed 7th, liriga DC Con'try. Comary. Cuba? 1th, t ft Smith, Holler, tlu; Hth. bark Bolivia. IViilfebeiry, Ntnrfej Uth. brig l W II arrte, Cunliret, Cuba, nutate, July 6?Arrived, Htadt Frankfurt. Albrackt BMP tin ore. Carr Tor*, CO II, Map SI?Arrlred, Marlon, A par. NTarfb Cat no. Jine 21? Arrived, ship Vallep Forgo, Km el eon. I'blnrhas forth# I'nlled Htataa. Helled KM, bark Sarah A Htanlca. Staples. Fmm a Fai worrit, .lulp 8?Arrived, l.ui-p A Paul, 8 heel NT ark. tji.iiuiow, Jutr 4?Halted, Nereid, Plm-knap. New Orltane (Jai.LS, Juua 8?Attired, ship Kdwmrd it) man. Brink#, _ llomu.i i.n, Mar !*>? At t red, hrl# Ileaperiaa, Wood. Bantu and tailed June I lor tliilu?uldt>; Jnm 4. shiat net, Crosby. Han Frauclaeo fur ilong Kong, sailed Map 17. aiilp 1 leorge tlrern, Klrhp. Bauer's XalaBg. l.tTkarooi, July K?Kallad. Avina, i'attau, boetin, Aaa# Mai j, lictiwraith, nan Trau iaco. rrtJe of the Port, Jordan. Bombay; St It. Lincoln, Troll, and (><eaii Phanton, tlaatU tub, New Orlsana- Montana, Moore labutta. Kn-.ored "til 8th, I,c lalana at. M'ahatart Malta < ) #> Mte'san, and Pareiu la), Iddt, for NVo.k. lit siKiH, J tip t??Cleared, Hiriah Star, Coming. Bottom MrUht'-asa. Map W- ArCred rrarlnua, barka Macaaaar, Pneraou. and Hltrllnr, Harding, It eton Nam v?ti a. NiVt", June I?in port ship Auatrallat, fa# San Sranr|?>o, Idg. Sailed Mi.r I. ahipa T W Lin. as, Haa Tranoiaoo . Tramrt*, Whluonre, ,uid A-aUntS, Bat. i-%, do. Pasaaa. Jitlr J?Arrived, a'earr.thti a Parkaraburg, Da#glat, Central Aiaer.oau porta, lath Monuaa, t iituu, 4#a ria?wiii Nailed PHh, ataamalupa Ooidan Citr, laid lge. Nan f'eaael?o?. Uth, Uostenwia, Oow, Central Ainertoan porta, Ut.eaa-niwK, July A?Ail lead. PrladerK-h (Prna). Frtaa San Kranc4acu taud aajlrri for Je.ndou : Alfred tBr . Uearrow. do tendaallen for l.irerpuol ; Nth. Hi.telle :BfW|, Maper do fowmodore, (irn/ier, do (and willed for IJrarnoo! . Ilib, Etnrh Benner, Banner, do; Aaotus 'Br , Mabiook, Pbliadalpli.a. Kaib-d Nth, ship .latnea R Kaab-r, nelaao, N Vork, hariaB rspatrad. stsoaeoar. Map J4?Sailed, Lanea.-.ar, Furbea, Swalaw; Martha Hideout, lie d, B- etoa and NViwk. ha toon, Mar 1?Arrived. Maria Moriou, Moroll#. Htag Kong. tyi MT NSW, Jdita I?In port ha ka W#-ato. BUo - iaid. ft m N\o k, art Map 8, lor has Sraujaro. Idg ooai maA iron A lit' da, UrJria, fordo, Idg; achr \ leior, lireeulaaP. twa. eatlad Map III hark Houglat, Mnrmaon. San Franrteen. haora, Inlp *? In port aebr N F ll-ret, Uawso#, Tor FnB U-d, readp I# aall Tat eanaieo June ?? sail?t. Kirbard McManua, FoaWrl Callan; llth. bark Amelia abrtng, Hapnia. do, Uth, I bag Cot?alial KmpirN, Taylor, do .eMmma R 't.?ida".?; ach? rTil. C'.air. Ir?aud l*hilidal|tlila t'laarrf I'r'> ?(?[! talk Nalaaundrr, fiiwr, f.-ndan, Br. ? hi P.. Walker, Wright. C?p? Martian: alto dffarad, M VfKor, He.ar, Nan riactaxii Hhri IritM, i.rtet, Mk- V. nnnab . Hranita titata, H allau, MYoriu *T Zl??inlrrl, brig I'uIbmU, Uatuadiat; lohra ClanWA Ana, Bvr<l*aua; William, Rar'adoa. .1 hri.pasT, .laljr lit?AirHad achr Bartanila, fitlwiw, Ph !*?? York. X Xa'M Mb. arhr* Jnaapb, KcCaf-.i. Haw York, Mb, (>ia? Wf: ri.i>tKV Raging. Philadelphia. V f'H4RLKNTON, July 1A?Arrtrod Npaniah brig Rolldad. SiPa t?trgn?, n?tinn?, vhr W. n. Barb?A Crawford, liara. X URoK'tf'.'tuWy t>C, Jilj II?Arrltffd. arhr R R tiluoRtad, fc Bovar. HTnrk: Itlk acl.i V N TlbblUa, Rhaw, do: IM, ?V; achr ?at liwn, C< oaiba, *ia lUrrn. IM. achr Jim* gj l>hlno, Itrgrntan. KYarh _ _ nOLllZE HOLM, July M-Arrtrad aobrt A II lA?k Duke. Philadelphia for Boaiao -tanaal Plib.Daffia.Raa. r ', doul for do. WW .Irnklu* "Hinti, f< ? do Aw baa- J i lad'ir, Paadloton, RHiahrthv-ort for do: Patrai. Coma, BatB 01 I Hat ?'i (or Bath: RPhraoa-f. < curat, bad ('11a. , Baa. Mtfal Maw UniM nled?Rehra Anita MlPatrol Rtthmoad aad Olio ' Ch, A M ? Arr.eeu, hrtga ('aallllia, H net*-, brook. R-m. atli'a for rorrftudi PoAflRMff. dnow, Bangor for ProrM-noa| *\ ol.n Nellla Rrown. IItoMiua. H argot own, DC, far Hm'tol ,# |vm Tloa, I'M 1. A * Road, ftirtltRin. John Nluirnuij U.iik- (m alia ru-mpton, Hiiir 1. R W'Ibr, Xndloo't. * Tr,' i IrinkkrOil. Dnklnwn, Rl'la B Kovary, Dayton; V. ifl M', ei, li.gtra-'l, C 'rtta I "or baiorra. Oraoff (>i?; ?r, S ,l:t, ?u/ V try K Nlmmooa, liaodff. I'hiiadalpbl* ( - Hai. I ton Hi M fata, liano. do far Purtaaanntfe; r.mmt P Hut I Hart, awl Jot Waplna, Roklmou. do for Ralrtri fiO-ilM t t'raiMi , 'eel man, tier rgriown. DC. (or Boftrw: P.llia Ann1 Mctiola. Port Jahnaoo (< r do Birr Rltiahrth, (t' "t . Rinntnt1. HI. lor KUiwwtb. e*lla.|-Hrt? Potoirar . *HW Ht.DPoKD, .Inly P<?Arrived, artra floiAan hagta.' Honra, and V H Rand, b-nt.n. PVade'pMn. , 1-lin AHPt.entA, Jul* *. A M- AfTtTOd, bug N "to -oa. a Nandort, Ui-i-or: w-bra Ki: Lour J.ai , I iria l.'-adi , L?n* H ma. Ari'irbj NI .(obu, ^il, R Noiovto, ffr^naBi Na'ain. A * Planagaa, t^iraan. 'ipto; A Rldrtdgr tltrn? I man. Cnbiavrt R arrow a. R?a Bil'r, Barm", Ml J"** I . Prvif)' r. ttaaUff, Ptehum, W R Cirllaio, ToUrr. Po'?J. 1 drnti; Noithffrm Mfht, lrrla%t, Pr-ivblaa-a; P *d,lh#,T* ' Rrlvwrr, B'?ton. Orffalloo. brnall, B?!oa: fcTAlloo. ? I, ?oi., Roairn John Slia?. tilbn.. Bu-uxi; l,,nr*ri?J ; '2,. Millar. r.Mi Monti i.mfr WVen Rtet?naoa, I'-nWd. i. Hid /.irh, (yo h Hn itot I. I, A iHtiankawar nai, para. Rotboiy: Rnaaokr. R?rr?ti. Rorwlrh. a Cloaroo?Hark c#Ua. 1Mb*. Nt Id*? , YaS'.1!: oa i; "WyWWMSf!?-.- ?".t-ii'V?l-'i'T* I, pr, nih/Altar; bnga lln-tilo. t '* taan. Haw la<k. 11% f 1 sTSkT /3 l#-?fr ? III* > Rhltabottaa, Joara Phiiait ?*,T -.."O -If Plat .ik,nri M?Mlt?n ilw l >agWa, d-'- fffc (P 'din I.