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SUBURBAN INTELLIGENCE.
NEW JERSEY.
jltmv CUf.
wcn ovkh am; Fatally in.u kkk b* ^ boh^t
Car.?About hull-past hix o'clock la?t evening *
butcher named William Kelly, wbo resides in i>>*en,
wiw in tlie act ot jumping on car N'o, 2, Of the
< "? I'"? " lli> ..f vAnlh Pl.rhlh
tract and Newar* avenue, wlieu ne (til ami was run
over. Tin: wheels crossed mis abdomen. producing
injuries I rum which he caunot recover, in the opinion
of th? physicians. Ttie driver of the car. Thomas
Foley. was arrested and lodgcii in the city prison to
awaii the result or Keiiy'B injuries.
Onait.
Kiilid on ti!k Morris ami Kssrx Railhoaiv?
An inquest wan held .yesterday, by torouer White,
on the body of an unknown man, wtio was conveyed
to iloirok.cn on Friday ni^hi, having been fatallv injured
on the Morns aud Kssex Kailroad. As the express
train No, 4, which left Hoboken at a quarter past
four o'clock 1*. M. on Friday, was running
rapidly between orange and Orange Valley, the man
ppeared paclug on the ends of the (Ilea, about half a
mile ahead. The eutfiifcier blew the whistle re'peatedly,
but the man failed to walk aside,
as he probably landed himself secure. The
signal to apply the brakes was then given, but, as
iiiost-'Ycquentiy happens in aacli emergencies, the
warning wan given too late, aud the train came upon
the uniur'^SBte luan. The biurer of the locomotive
met his head, and he was hurled to a distance of
twenty feet from the rails. When the train was
stopped some of the oitlciala returned, aud carried
the injured man to a seat In one of tue cars. Though
a-?ne of the wheels passed over luni he was unable
to move or speak. lla was taken to the next statlou,
whence he was removed to St. Mary's Hospital.
at lloboken. but died In the arms
of an attendant before he reached the Institution.
A post mortem examination was made by Dr.
4'liaubert, whereupon a scalp wound, four Inches
long, was lound indicted on the head, and the impression-;
ot severe tonuses w ere visible about Hie
bixiy. The jury returned a verdict 111 accordance
wuh the facts. The deceased was aboui forty-five
jears of age, had black hair and whiskers, wore
Uneu clothes, anil the lore-linger of one hand was
soiuew lint deformed. He was Identified as V. K.
Locke, of Marathon. N. Y.
Later In the evening, some distance further up
ifie road, at a place tailed Stone House, an elderly
Iritfi woman, named Frances deary, a resident of
South Orange, was s;ru<-k by the Morristown accoinum
latiou. and injured ?o that death resulted sood
attar. Mie was fli'ty-flve years of aire, in view of
Hie innumerable accidents of this character, it is
very proper!v suggested that measures be taken at
the next session ol the Legislature to have All
railroads properlj enclosed.
HKsrtHtNTttt conn.
The Yoxkkbs Bask Dkkalcation.?A feeling ol
mu.-u.se indignation is manifested among the people
of Yonkers at the alleged heartless manner in which
s. P. Stokes, the defaulting cashier, betrayed the
irnsi reposed in him. On Friday a letter, dared
Windsor, C. W., was received from Stokes, at the
hotel where he boarded in the village, requesting
that his trunk be seat 011, together with the amount
of his board '.nil. His effects had been examined
pseviously, but were louud to contain nothing of a
pecuniary uature. on the dav above mentioned liU
late emplou'rs also received a communication from
Hiokes. in which it was stated that he had lost the
$40,000 by injudicious speculation. An agent hits
been sent by the bank to Canada in order 1 hat ai
least a correct statement of how the luuds were
misapplied may be obtaineti, as it has been decided
by counsel that the delinquent is secure irom legal
measures. No public statement of the preseut
Ktaius of the bank in question lias yet been maue.
The creditors were to have held a meeting to decide
what course they should pursue y*sterda> alter*
uuuu; uui u was postponeu iur some leasuii until
next Tuesday.
Ths sing Sis? Camp Mf.lti g.?TIiuj far the camp
ineotinir at Mug Sing. In point of numbers and enthusiasm.
has not proved quite so successful an some
of those which have oeen held on the same timeliouored
camping ground m former jeai-s. \s hether
the reason lor u comparatively small attendance
this yeat may i>e found in tne lact that similar out
door religious exercises in adjoining States are
doubtless attracting a goodly number of participants
we are unable to say: OMCtt* " li UHH up to
the present sore disappointment lias iieeu felt
among the boarding house*, drinking saloons
and back drivers or sing; Sing, at the I
absence of a general "rush" ol visitors, on which
Ihey had agreeably calculated. It is well known
that many leading Methodists In the village have j
always been opposed to the meeting being held over
?>u the Sabba'.h, and these, with tneir families and
iriends, take no part whatever in the proceedings,
yesterday twelve Metropolitan police froiu the city,
in charge of Sergeant Hunureau. of the Thirty-sec
ond sub-precinct, arrived 111 tne village lor the purpose
of preserving peace and order to-day. The expense
of this extra police torce 10 the corporation is
regarded with ill feeling by many of the taxpayers
m the village, especially as the camp Meeting Association
have declined delraying any ponton thereof.
kwabi.i h>
Arrests During the Wei:i.?There were 4jo
persons arrested by lite ponce of Bioukliu dunug
the past week.
I ikk?The American Flint (ilas* Works, at the
corner of Richards and Commerce street*, took fire
from the furnace at twelve o'clock yesterday, and
be.ore the flames could he exuiigniyued a damage
of 926,<xm wan done; fully insured.
The Tckmikc? ov thr East Rivrr Kriimii a
gnat man; inquiries liav* been tnade as to where the
terminus of the K&st river bridge will be in Brooklyn.
It la intended by architect* to terminate it on
the Kite of St. Ann'a Episcopal church, at i tie '-orner
of Washington and Sands street*.
Firb in thk Baptbkn DtaTRHT. ?Tiie lager beer
nuioon of Oeorge Williams, corner of .lohnMon street
and Graham avenue, E. D., took Are at three o'clock
ve?teruaj morniug and sustained a damage of
fi.&oo; partially inaured. The building adjoining,
occupied by John Ritchie, w?- damaged
Fatal Rbpclt of am accident.?John j. t'rg. a
butcher, residing at So. r.; Flushing avenue, died
yesterday morning irom injuries received by being
knocked from bis wagon by a collision in Hndge
atreet a few day* since. Coroner Jones field an inquest
over the body, when a verdict of death from
Attjcmptki* Buicidk*?Wiliiniu Marshall. a cripple,
\ attempt**] to jump off the ferryboat xjiJUislfle on
J. Friday night, but was nrevented by the pas?ciigers,
N who gave him into the charge <if the Oreenpoint
\ police, on (he arrival of the boat. Marshall In
I went-aeven years of a (ft-, lost a tejf In the war. tia*
i ncently been an inmate of Bellevne ilo^pirai. ami
ji yet Hick ana destitute.
, Efkkcts (>? thk Hmat.?'lereme Murphy, a taut
'rer, sixty year* of age, was overcome by t be
, 0 ecta of the hem while working in President utreet.
An unknown man waa nun "trick at liall-paxi l wo
o'c ork yenterda? alteinoon, w line ai work in Dean
nut ?t, near Smith, lie wui* dritmil in h iirnn# i-Diit
mid light pant*, lie w:i? taken u> the Hospital t>y
oinc er Van wick leu, of the Kortv*lhiru precinct.
'1 B K RBCKNT KOBBkKY OF l,?< gs *sp FlSI V
<;<>ot s.?Officer Combs, of the Kitticth precinct, ?ireviiH
I a Frenchman named Joel Marlon yesterday,
char* ed with being no acc omplice of Hcbnetder and
llanfi tan, who are now awaiting trial lor the robiiery
oi ' 16.WO worth of lace* and fancy yoixi- from
the ret tdence of Mr. J. A. I.Miiteni, of ClaxMin avenue.
1 he rotowry wa? committed on the I7ih mat
I)RATI t KKom Bcrs'h.?M. C. Led with died at the
hospital at Klatbusb yesterday from the effect of
burnt* ret eived by the explosion of a kerosene lamp
at Ms reel dence in Van Buren atreet, neat Bedford
avenue. fie lamp exploded ou 'IbuiYday morning
U*t, wiltl' Mr. I.edwitli and his wile Were both
burned in I' allocking manner, t'oronet Jones held
au inqueatt >ver the t>ody, when a verdict m accordance
wax i**. idered.
a UMTRP .srarkx i'Ol.gt lit' i l.fll\a A*t> 1'om
of kk b. ? h a aald t bat me government ha* arranged
tor Hie putciu"'"' six lot* of ground, situated ou
the noutheast corner of Washington ami Johnson
mreeta, lor the erection of ? i nited .states Court
building and J'o1"! nifice. M. John's church now
stands on the property. riiese iota wen recently
piircnasea Mci ue awi oiberi lor I
tv.i.oou. I
KMcri or a Drowning Hoy. ie*torday lore-1
uoon ? ?>oy named Murphy accidentally feu 1
oft the <!<>? k foot of North >?*ciind *ireei. I
and, being unable ?o nwim, lie *ank tor '
ihe t.hlrd time. when his companion* i
^aii alarm winch aiiiucied the atieuiiou or mi. i\ 1
?M>i||iian. Thatgentleman having ascertained u>e
<'U'i lor,ility wjier" ih^ boy mtnk took a i<re. ipit,<i< live.
wihoul diverting himself of Ilia clothing, au<l ;
t->v ceeOert id bnngiim 'lie object of hi* March to tin ur/ace.
After aome difficulty the ho? waa remiacl- j
t*ie<' and carried lo Oie residence of lit* parent*, i
Mr- V'eigntn had a iarg>> attioutit of Trea?urr note* I
in lift1 pocket a' the time, t>rit eared them in a I
it?iti#ft "i condition.
A Ou koi of Buitar.?ar lliim^iii.~Wiiiuui Hoiiotkatn
arrested on Tliiirttdav lam on a charge of
burglaty. prerened t?y William A. teller, of uu
North *treet. B. !>.. bad a final bearing before
Joaure AlUej yesterday. It appeared in evidence
that ItototWBMD wa? boarding with complainant and
mi wife at time of fh* alleged offence, and that
he and Mra.. Welter u*it home on the name day, when
*ir Waiter I *" * ? np the apartment*. A day or two
afterward* Robotham returned Hint hi aotna !
way effected an trance. the complainant <
turn made an affidavit that he entered imrgla- i
iioui-lv with tin flit to meal t wo dre**?*, an theHe
wete aftet wHrdx ?<*und in hi* trunk; bat he alter- j
aioa aiuimeo bat,N'?- WellM htraeir took it>?m i
NEW T
IW. Tl tw Mo ftowa by tfte <J#renee that W?|.
ler had offered to withdraw the charge of burglary
tf um wile would return to her home, but ahe r<>fuaed
to do ao. On the."? facfn the Jnstice diamiated
tlie (jtHf and discharged the prisoner.
TH? INTEHNAL tCVENUC RETURNS.
' fit-turn* ( K.mkc, M,mi <" A??ae?*?,
I Inkiirance, Ferry and U*m CoI?0||pIm,
' The following are the return** made l>y the btluks, (
1 places of amusement, *? .. to the Kevenue Assessor
for the month ending August 15, lSdO: ?
BANKS.
Mechanics ami Traders $100,000
Brooklyn Bank
Capital x?*. ?*? <*!
Itepusita
Circu.aUon,.t, . m, ;m
Dividend is, 78w
Long is.'&nu Bank?
capital 142,ooo
Deposits
IMwdeudB 2J,052
Profits over dividends .">,000
Geruianta Savings Hank ?
Deposits... W!,S?58
Manufacturer*' National Bauk?
IToflts #.449
Central Bauk?
Capital I7f?,730
Deposits 273,018
Nassau Hank (capital) ? 320,000
Mechanic*' Bank suo.uoo
INKl KANC'K COMPANIES.
Brooklyn Insurance company $8,102
Firemen's Trust Company 4,941
Williamsburg City Company 30,t00
Mechanics' insurance Company (premiums) ?, ?"
Montauk Insurance Company 4.2o8
Niiasau Insurance Company 4,!"%
Tiienlx Insurance Company (premiums).... ?m,!> > *
1'lienix Insurance Company?Divldeuds.., r>2,tkti
Kings County Insurunoe Company?
Beeeipts 4,020
Dividends 7>8a6
KKKKV COMPANIIW.
Green point Kerry Company $13,728
Bav Bulge Ferry Company y?l
Houston Street Ferry Company 14,428
Union Fui) Company 83,?8s
The four lernen or toe WilliamsDurg company?
Roosevelt, Dnision avenue, Grand street and Bridge
street?r"ti:i'n Hi >'-w ^ (irk : so l<n-s Hudson aveiuie
ferry. These returns appear elsewhere.
OAS COM PAN! KS.
WilllamBburg Gas Ught Company $\20t,l64
Flutbusii <;as Company 28B.174
Tnion (ias Light Company lA3,4uo
Brooklyn flu Ugnt Company 10,890,800
The Citizens' (ias l.iaht Comuanv innde no reiurn.
l'LACKS OF AMU8EMKST.
Hooley's Minstrels $3,572
1'ark theatre 7,o(>?
l'ark (J. U. 1. Denyse) 476
Brooklyn .Skating Kink y,A&4
HAlLROAD COMPANIES.
Brooklyn City and Hunter's l'olnt JIM40
Van Brum aiid Krie Kallroail Company 2,2"6
Brooklyn, Batli and Coney Island 7.92U
Coney Island anil Brooklyn Kailroad Co 21,874
Brooklyn anil liockaway Kailroad Company.. 7.ut>4
Coney island and Shell Road. 474
Bergen and Saekett street 1.73U
Brooklyn City aud Newtowu 14.105
Bushwick Railroad Company 7,978
Grand Street Ferry and Middle \ Wane Kailroad
Company Mil
Broadway Railroad Company l.t,j(W
Brooklyn City Railroad Company?
Receipts 111,922
Dividends V4.V37
flrand Street and Sewtown s. i".9
Soulli.iide Railroad Company 2V200
THE NATIONAL GAME.
Allautio Ti. Keystone.
Itiu ? ...
.... . tsiiiaii.i nuv nun uiru lilVUl lllg llil*
State with a visit repaired to I lie C'.tpuoline grounds
ieaterday afternoon to fin hi their engagement with
the Atlautic*. The sturdy old Krookiynlies were too
much for their visitor*, and completely demoralized
tbeai i>) tueir terrific butting and tine heldlnir. The
contest hade fair to be long arid very ync-slded, but
during the sixth inuingHthe ruin came down in such
style as to uecessitute the calling" of the game.
The playmdm the field on boil) Hides was very tine
and lteens ir> special pantcniari/.iug other thau .is
given in the I olio wing acore:?
ATLANTIC. BEVBIOMt.
ri'iyrt. <>. H.U.I. I J. R. r
I Pmrce, a ? 0 4 ?> fi D i' k, 2U b i 1 II 0
8witb,3(l t> 1 3 4 4 Ktuwria. ? s 3 0 0 II
lit 1 4 3 3 Wen for, I f I 0 t 1
Chapman, IV II 6 5 1;? Kttlp, * 2 0 0 0
Ferguson, c 3 2 3s liwyun. p lllll
Craue, id b 4 2 3 H Kii btrl, In n f <1 U 0
Zettiein, p 1 & 4 & 1'liuton. < t 1 0 <1 ? 1
Pike, < f. il 4 4 1 Mct'latueu. r f t u t 1
Mrltoualil. r f i 3 2 & Kw?'.l, 3.1|b I 1 1 1
Total! la A 34 SH Tot kit IS X 4 4
InNInuh.
I M. 1?/. H. II. 4'A. M.
Atlantic " 8 0 16 J 34
K eyilone n 0 1 0 a- i
FlyCatrhcra s;Hrt. 1; Zrulrlii I : Pikr. 1 total, II. (>! k,
J; F'.uwcra, 1; <;wjrnn,l; Hrctito , 1. I.nt'i. I total, I.
KoiiUBuitnil Cati-nra ->>rftnou. I.
Out on Fnula AtlaDtir.il; Ke>?t <<,?, 2.
Ron Out L'ran* by Dirk in t i.w I.
Horn** Ruua?? hapuiaa, J; KfrffUfoD, 1 ; M'Duuald, 1.
Kan* Piav ?Put out by Start, It. aMiitr<i br I'cartv, ft;
Cranr, ; Satl'h, J: Zettl'ln. I Put out ><y Hcriitrl. 6,
(Jurvun. I; aui(te<l hy Hirk. 4, fU/w.t. 1; Korhlrl. I;
Eaell. I.
I'Diplr* Mr. Hall, of tb? .star Club.
Heoirrt Mmtk IMlaory and Muiu?u.
Tirn? of fame, 1:3a
Hair Ball Nairn.
The yn lue of baae ball at 'Irov yesterday afternoon
between the Kckfords. of Hrooklyn, and the Haymakers.
resulted In a victory for the Eccforda. The
?i ore stood:?Eckfnnla *Jur Haimtltorn it
hit* game playe?l at i'lDcinmiti on Monday la**t has
been a theme of such universal comment that the
following notice of the oonu?si by m representative
or "home talent*1 may be found interesting:?
For wn? w?oki cms it bM been reported bare (bat the
Rcktord < 'tub bail pollen together * mighty nine. and that
tbev wm riming (Town witn them, 'Mffce the wolf on the
fold," to gobble up tbe Red fttoc.ktoga. Ilwaaaald that in
addition to Martin, with bit difficult alow*," they bad aemred
Plnkham of the lightning left hand. and tbal between
ibtwo milUumet ibe Cincinnati* were 10 be ground 10
powder. But t don't think the friends of ths letter club were
inu?*h ingbteneo ai ibis talk, tor they readily look ail ihe
hen that offered ai area ratea. and w*r+ willing to
give slight odda to ibe vlaitora. Yesterday afternoon
both clnbe pftitoN ihelr full nine* on the Cnlou
ground in tn* preaern* of about fc 000 spectators, and
at ft they went, fcckforda al ibe bat. If it wane a race I
should say ibe iTIncinnatia jumped off witb the lead, never
wei e beaded, and won In a canter. In tbe beginning there
was some muring, probably due to wet ground* an J a wet
ball, caused by a alight rain wbicb waa falling, hut ihe rain
soon ceased and tbe play Ins Improved. At the en<l of the
second innng the a<*ore *i?h?<i fire to three In favor of the Red
Rtockinga. thua far Martin a pitching had not been bit
very heavily, but in the third Inning they began to catch hia
awing and matted mm aoundly for aeven run* That aeemed
to arouee lbe< bamplens. and the oeit two inning* were the
preoleat of the game, requiting in blanka for
bolh aide*, but after that lb'* Cincinnati got
bold of Martin again, and no aort of fielding could have
prevented them from rnaJtlnf large srorea in the lest three
tantnea Martin ch*ngeo witn Pink ham. hut it waa all one
the balls flew to right, left and centre, and an Martin came
bark again, hot with lean *iiccea* than oefore. In the eighth
toning tbe fcckloid* acored an by good, aafe batting alter
Leonard had muffed a flv. which if held would have put out
ibe aide for nothine. The fleldlnf of ibe iwo cluha aerved
to illustrate ibe ditferenee bilwiii llNsmot to aome extent
Shownd tbS-w*Oll spots In #a*b. Martin re!lag lar^e'v
o>> hie ou 5sld, whl b bosom to be about oo nod aa soo bo
in catching flie?, thouh ibOV SBigbt bo h little more activ e ?D
tie'dlriv grottndera. See In-tleld of tbe Kckford nine, aa lat aa
could OS JOdgOd from ihe iw<? ^arnea played by th*m xv
here* te altogether w**ak. eapoclallv at second, third and abort
lop. 'I li- r fa . ' .-I. . h w ?ill of a< ttvily.iin 1 ieri,; y
Hi atopping and induing the nail il will not do lor a rtrai c aaa
plarer frequently to atop tba ball ai abort field and then handle
it ao that the runner secure* hia baae ; and >et that ia pre
riaely what the tn-fielder of the Krkford* did. On tbe other
band, tb? weakness of the Cincinnati Cluhi* at out-field ?nut
mi n^bt or centre, however, while would, sweasr, Oeurg*
Wright and Waterman form a c rcle ihrough which it .a
aimoat aa difficult to drive a ball ae 10 uud a sre^aed pig. The
superiority of tbe Ked blocking trw uing *ni discipline wrts
atrlalngly apparent, while aome ol ibe kckfae ? ??
and Ina' tlT*, aad Ibav Mnnmwkitr among tbem at Ifafi
it or Higbt captalnt. Tba iWniurn of tha nmplie w r?
prompt ana coriari. Tb* complete ai'orr follow a;?
rIMINMaTl. ktHtOHIia.
flay". O.K.ih.T. flay,*. IJ.H.}T.
li. Wright,i. S * ft II' Aillaon, lit h 3 1 j 2
' on!d, lat b * 4 ft ? l'?i i?tkib, 2d i> 1 :t |> t>
Waterman, 3d fo... U fc 4 7 Martin, p. .4 I 2 3
A Union, c. 4 4 .3 4 linlmn, ?l b 4 ! 2 4
II. Wright, t. f ft :t 4 10 llodrt, i I .1 4 7
Leonard, l. f 1 ? 2 * Traarejr, I. f X I s :i
Hraiuard, p 3 ft 3 2 V4 mi l, fl a.. 4 2 1 I
Hweaar, *<1 h 3 ft * 9 Ff?ler, r.. t . 2 3 4 ?
IIrV ?, r. f U 7 7 U I'inkbam, r. f 4 2 2 4
foUW r 4ft 3? 71 TotaU Si I-i to Ift
MI Mali* IN *AIJH IWMMi.
f',,11. Iff. I f. fti. 4?< .'</.. Ik/.. 7c/,. H>/.. Hk.
Cincinnati... 4 I 7 0 u 3 II 7 12-45
K'kford u s i ? n ? I s u?1*
ll'inia runs- t:in< mi,alia t;?orge Wright. 2: l<ennard, 2,
S?raa>, 2. r.ckfoida-Nonr. Knaa caught < Cinriunatia
Ocorge Hrljbt, 2. Mould, I, H Wright, I; l.eonard, i:
S ?aN v. J, Kralnard, it. llrVej, I, total, 12. Kckforil*A'ltaon,
1, Pttlarton, I; Martin, 1; Trear?j, S; Wood, I;
K(tnl?r, t, P-nHham. 3 total, 10 Knul* caught 1,'lnclnoatia
Waterman. J Al.iaon.3. lota). 5. Eefordu?Nrlaoi.,
I llojea. 5; total. 7. Mn1e.i lialla Cincinnati*, i. Keg/of'li.
6. I'aaaart I.alia Ciniinialla Alllaon, :l. KrtlnflaMelaon.
4 . IIo-im. 2.
Mir Athlete* of WaihirtKioo ueighta had a
JrwndlT nil with the A.piiaa of Urouklyn on I'liurA0tny
laxi. at their gruiitift' at the IHigtiu. and wijrt
Defeated. I he name wit* verj none and neither
Tlu'i ii>uld feel mrnre milII liie 1u*t hand had heen
u'jtpi^ed or in I tie Ja?i mump*. as ma/ i?e i?u iiutil
tii*? : oil owing ??ore;?
ai.HHA*. Kllllll
n H f' "f >* O. K.
Tmi>, !' :t V' *?n?a, lit b ...... 4 "
liBW.WIi I > TrtM, a a a '.
Hiag|.ltil< & 2 S'oaua, I f H .1
Mooit.c A 2 I'bllllpi, j, h I
Nowe:% t. f 2 4 Harrj, r. f II 4
R .liciwiii <t>l b ...4 :i Va.antiua, lid b II <1
radar ii "da, i f . :i * ' ragau, 8 .1
Va>?ui>>\ I. f k I Laoiar, ltd b ft I
Hiljei p ... I ft Hum, r. f I 4
Toit t ... ? J7 :t% Totifi j; 28
IMPIDOl.
h' ]J- 4|'' *** *">. 7M. If A. ?)iA.
%lnfca 2 9 n 41 0 1 ft 1 <jm
A ihlet. .4 111 k I I o ? 4)ui
Kir catrba* -.Umaa. I, Mvwir, 1; K. Jurkaon * Valanoii*
I. 0r???n, J -Aiilfia, ? Put niM on haa?ia b?-Br?dr fl
Taaaia. I , fun-, 1 A..ifi*4 bT- J.uie., I; tMito i 'bti.
f?r, 1. Put (lift 00 hi?r? by Barry, 1; Pbllllpt, |; Valaritloa
5. Aaa.aU.i b?-fr.i??, 1: Phillip., J; OrMu?| v, *,,, n?
J; Hoft, I. tfinlck oi.t-Alpba, I, AU.>at.X Oul on f"m ?!?
Alpha, *; AthiaU, t Dvubla play by iaaala, J.m?. and
Brad/. lion* ftirt?~Jam#?, ?; Now.ll, 1; Barrr. I, Craaan.
I. rmrlr?- Mr. Chmrlm M. (Jlofar, jr.. En,,,ir>, {J]llt('
?cor?rt? Nomti riiiummt* Md Jcum, fimi gf (tint
rt>r#? Mum end #fn*? diIomm
ORK HERALD, SUNDAY,
NATIONAL LABOB CONGBESS.
Nlxtk Mad UM MrMiion? Klrctlon of
OBIirrn?'TrerllUrU for PrNldeit-HrporlK
on (a-opi-rittou-PrlMii l^abor mod Coolie
Iwpormiiuu?Adlournnient.
ruii.AUKi.rHiA, Amra't 21, i?a?.
The National l.at>or Congress, after a session of
MX iluye, Dad UrougUi lla deliberation* lo u close,
f \esterda) anil to->lay a good deal of work was perI
K.,# tlie wecedlnff ronr
,_r ^ r *
Utile, if (S&3itiifjjj, ??5 accomplished save the cx?
pulsion of Afis* Anthony and the delivery or much
turgid el'<i no tire.
The plaUorui s? v t i n I democratic planks In its
composition, and tm mat score Incurs very unlavorable
comment from tlic republican press of tills city.
Much tliat was puerile and nonsenHlcal Una goijO
on tlie records 01 the Congress, but? great deal of
practical philosophy has been broached, and several
of the discussions show an acquaintance with the
principles of labor In its relations to capital, and
of taxation in relation to both, that far
exceed what one might be led to expect
from an assembly of tolling worklngmen. The plat*
jonu might have been judiciously cut down to onethird
of its present length, and its syntax considerably
Improved upon. On tho whole, however, the
delegates seem to be s atlslied with their labors, and
they go home this evening. Mr. Trevliiick, of Michigan,
an ardent, though rather egotistical, speaker in
the cause 01 labor, has been elected President, and
the place of the late Sylvia is in a measure filled
with one 01 his own ability.
Tills morning, at half-past eight o'clock, tne Congress
attain met at tho Assembly Buildings.
Mr. ti a/'/.aki>, of Pennsylvania, obtained the floor,
and by permission, replied to the addresses of the
Southern delegates delivered last night, lie expressed,
on the part of the Northern members of the
congress, feelings of equal good-will with those entertained
by the Southerners.
Mr. J. C. Sylvis. 01 Pennsylvania, offered the following:?
Resolved. That when this Convention adjourn, It be to reconvene
In the city of l.oylsvllle, K v? ou the 17th day of
August, 18711, ttl leu o'clock la the morning.
Mr. McLean, of Massachusetts, offered to amend
by substituting the city or Boston for Louisville.
After debate the matter was laid on the table.
Mr. vmi.kins, of New York, presented the following,
which was carried:?
Keiolvfld, That R. M. Adger, Peter B. Brown and Robert
Butler lie appointed a special committer to organize the colored
worklngmen of Pennsylvania Into lahor unions, with
Instruction* to report their pronreas to the President of the
International Labor Congress at tba neit session thereof.
F. X. Gkkemk, of New York, presented llie following:?
Resolved, That the President of the Labor Congress be directed
to Issue a circular to n!l labor organizations here represented,
asking lor a contribution ol live cents per member,
the tnun v thus collected to be used for the purpose of paying
the l'r ldent's salary and defraying sucb eipen^ei as may
be connected with (aid ofllce. '
Mr. A. T. Cavis moved to amend by adding instructions
to the Committee of Ways and Means lo
determine the amount or the President's salary and
The amendment. was voted dowu. The original
resolution was the a agreed to.
Mr. Mvkkr. of Philadelphia, Chairman of the Committee
on Co-operation, reported as follows:?
Whereas we are of opinion that of all the plans devised
for the amelioration of tbe condition of tbe working classen,
none has proved ao eilective to solve the problem of human
happiness to mo great an extent a& thai of ro operation:
Whereas we are Lappy to learn ihat great pro^Te** lias beeu
mailt' in the co-operative movement during tLe past year, at
ban been demonstrated not only br the iucrhi of those which
were iu existence previous to the last session, but also by the
fact that several others have been established in diflereut
bunrhw iliioothe adjournment of ibtabodf In New York*
among which may be mentioned that of the Tailors* Cooperative
ruion of the rlty of New York, ami the Journey,
men Printers* co-operative establishment of Philadelphia;
therefore be it
Batohrod, rbil we neoamBd to the w..rKio- men and women
of the country tbc imperative necessity of Immediate!?
entering into cooperation la Ua Itfinil branehea of industry.
and tli-i ?Uv s'vute to theiukelve* the legitimate
fruits of thelt labors.
Resolved, That we reeomuiend the appointment of a commni**e
on eo-operatlon, whose duty ft abatl be to examine the
diffareal syeteme now pre ct leed, aad repot i lb# moat feasible
p an at the next session ot (tie Labor Congress.
Kes >lved, Thai we enioin it aa duty upon every organize*
tiou, State and local, holding a connection with ths .National
Labor Union, to ussist and encourage the organ it at to u of coperati
e compaotee la vy branch of ladta&ry, aad to
make u?e of every opportunity to educate the work logmen to
tue importance 01 tu<? subject.
The President, on motion, was authorized to employ
speakers to spcaK upon co-operation, education,
public lauds, contract systems in prisons and j
ail other subjects considered advisable.
A resolution condemning the action of the com- I
mittee in request in# i tie advice of Frank P. lilair !
and printing his letter was, on motion, not received. I
Mr. Cameron, of Illinois, offered the following. I
winch were adopteu:?
Resolved, That we are nnait*rt*hlv opposed to the importa
linn of a servile race foi the sole and only purpose of pauperizing
the labor nt the Muer1cau workiugmert.
nesoiveo. i "at we ufms'i'i nboiisnmeni ol the system
of contrail labor to our piteous null j>?*niteutlariee, and thai
the labor performed i?v convicta eliall be iu.il which will
!**usi ( nntll.i with boncni Industry outside ut the prisons. and
tli,it the war's manufactured by the convict* sUm.11 out lie
put upon the market nt Ih? 'Ii?i> the current rutee.
Resolved, That thin Labor fonivess would most respectfirtlT
womm'n<l In the workingmen of the country that, Id
case thev are preaaed lor want of employment, they proceed
to the publir land* ami become acuta: settlers, believing that
If the industry of the country ran be coupled with ita natural
a<it<ijti('< it will result both in individual iclwf and national
advantage*.
Keeolved, That we demand the rlfW enforcement of the
law of Congress of IW2, prohibiting coolie Importatlou.
Resolved, That where a workin^'nan is found capable and
available lor any office the pro<rienee should luvarlahly be
glean to such person.
Reunited. I bat we would urgently nail the attention of the
t industrial rlaseea to the (object or tenement houses and Improved
dwelling*. believing it to tie essential to the welfare of
the whole community that a retorin should be eitectftd Id this
reaped. a* the eiperieoce of the pan baa proven tbat viae,
pauperism and crime are the invariable attendants of the
over-crdwded, Illy-ventilated dwellings of the poor, and nr;;e
upon the capitalists of the country attention to the ble??inljB
to be derived trow investing thaw meant In erecting such
dwellings.
A. T. CUviS, of D. r., offerM ihe following, which
wan adopted- ?
Resolved. Thai it shall he the duly or the Committee on
tbe Labor Deparlmevit. with the co-operation of tbe President,
to cause tu be prepared a ssilea ill ouestiona designed
to gather statistic* during tlie taking of the cenaua of IH'il
showing the oost of production id ail departments of Id
dualnr, the cost of transportation thereof to msrket, the
rlasslilcalion of the modes Si convey an re, the cost when
put upon tbe market, anil the pri> ft paid by the consumers
t the point of rieiioslt, and press their aduptlon upon the
< ongress of Ihe united States through the Convention's com
mittee.
Mr. Pratt offered an amendment to the conslitutiou
itiat each local nr.raui/.ation. numbering lea*
iiiao too mem'jera, par ho annual tax of one dollar,
l.aid over under the r ile* until next year.
Mr. BtTcic, of FenutvlvaDta. offered a resolution
that the lTe?ident he authorized to appoint between
thm itn<i the next meeilnff oftbe Cougrettg men to
u'-uvn a?iuirw) u^mhi i iic eD>uiL'mu:n in
our piatiorm, nuch a" co-operation, public lands,
trades unions, the apprentice law* and other work
of this < "ongroas.
Mr. Kir*, or sew York offered Hie followmg resolution:?
ilaaolve tbe Praaldenl. in Conjunction with the l-,?emtive
I'ommlttee, !> required lo drurt an elect and
hed plan, according to w inch all tbe trades' union* of a State
hare u> act unitedly lor I he purpoe* of arallmi Ihemne.vei
of all proper meaoe tor tba enforcement of an eight-hour law
of tbelr State, which ball be Ending for any craft, and lu
whlcb law the pnnlahtnent for lla notation nail he allpiilated,
the following featurea of tb? piao being proponed
I. All tri?de?' union* lo en iaaror V) aboliib piece work and
lo Introduce day work
Tbe liadea" uniona of etery slate to centralize themselves.
X The State in wnieu the centralization of the trade''
nn nn? hua made ibe |trea'.e?i progress will take the lea I hy
practical actions. and ahoiild be uppurted nia'.erially by the
otber HtnU-a
4. Aatoon aa the proper time haa arrired labor aball be
topped at tbe ?an,e time mil sitmi i?n?.inily in all trade* ol
a Siate, lu oniar lo euforre the Klgbt-hmir tan
A motion v?a? made to adopt the foregoing.
Moved to amend by sinking uut the words "piece
work."'
Also moved to amend t>v inserting the words,
that we abolish piecework whereuer it is prat n-. aUe."
At this moment ihe hour of ten arrived, designated
at a prevlotia st-Hiun ai< the tune lor the Congress to
go into an eleRtlou of ortlrers.
I lie election was ihen proceeded with and resulted
as follow*:?Kor President, Uicbard Trevelllck,
Michigan; First Vice President, A. T. Cavts, Wash,
ngtoo: Second Vice Pre-idcnt, P. Kubn; Secretary,
Walls, Pennsylvania. and treasurer, A. W. Phcloe,
t'onuectlcut.
I'pon motion, Ml*" Walhildge, of MassachtiHeits,
a deiegbte. was requested to serve a1* an assistant
secretary, lor the purple. : ol advancing me InteiexU
of the workiriuwomeu.
The lady declined.
Mr. Wai.hii. of New York, then moxed that Mi?s
l4jwis. President of Women's Typographical I'nion
No. J, ot the city of New York, foe nominated lor
thai office.
TIiIh was objected lo. as Miss l.ewl* was not a delegate,
?no finally the nomination ol a lady lo tin*
position wa* left to the Chair.
\ aiioiia tnoiions wi>re uiade. but as according to
the convolution the bo<ly was disorganized nutII flie
InsialUtion of the newiy elected odlcers, they were
riol entertained.
i:pon motion ol Mr. Wmt, of Miss., the thanks ot
the Congress were tendered to the retiring officers.
Messrs. Walsh, jsylvls and Iumtnlnus were appoiutcil
a < OlflllllttCf lo I Oflillli I Mif Iii.a Iiltlrnn In
their position?.
Tiicj wer? Introduced to the Congrcu i?j Mr.
W ttlMtl.
Sir. Tiuvki.i ka itii-ri rriurned his ilunk* to tlio
dttiegaut (Or itip honor irn-j had conferred upoo
liim.
Mr. I-Ciar.R rnoviil ihat ihf Congreo* elect a delegate
lo ieprenent tlic win knigiiieu of tin* country in
tne Workingmeu'a International Convention, to
uieei in Switzerland nexi month. Carried.
Mr. hTl.Viflj of ronn*}ivariin moved that Mr. A. C.
Cameron, of lllinoi*. oe elected ttie delegate.
nlr. Lucker, of New York ?a<] Mr. jemup of New
jerrej, were ?im> named, tint met declined.
The vote wiut then taken Hnd Mr. Caimrou unauitnouNl.v
elected.
Mr. Lucker, of New Yoi* nn* afierward* elected
an aaaoclation delegate.
The Congr**? next took up the qnention a* lo
where the i?*it t ongue of iiic I nion ahould no
neid. Nearly everv city in the I niied siaien w??
amed. When the vote nun taken the cltj of Clucm
nan wa* pitched upon.
Upon motion, the thank* of the Congreat were returned
to tbe citlcena of Philadelphia and ihe prey*
repreaented on the floor.
After tho transaction of anine addition*! noltn
ponant t>u?lpe?? ihe convention adjourned.
ACGUST 22, 1869.?TRIPLE
SHIPPING NEWS.
IIsmw lor New York?Thia Day.
Sunrises 5 17 Moon rises pve 7 IS
Sunset*., 0 48 High water, mora 8 Jti
N>HT w n:w your, huuht ??, i860.
CLEARED.
Rirnmthip OtV of '8l.\ ribb?tt?, Llrerpool?John
0 ,
/ Urt Hull l.lr^OOOl?N?tlOU*l
' 'ste'amsElp Cambria (Br>, Craig, Glay*ow-Hend?r?on Broj.
Steamship Lafayette <Fr), Kuiun, H?m -Gwrge
'steamship Henry Cbauncey, Conner, Asplnwall?Pacific
Mail Steamship Co.
giexTDihlp Tybee, Dalanoy, Rt Thowaf and San DomtngoSpntTord,
Tlleston A Co. '
steamship L)? Soto, Morton. New orlaani?LMngiton,
Foi * Co,
BteAMsnin Gulf Stream, MoCreery, New Orleana -H S
Cromwell A Co.
Meimsh.p Uen Meade, Sampson, New Orteant- Fr$i?trio
Baker.
Hteamship Montgomery. Falrrlotb. Sa*annab?Rl.owden.
Steamship Miinuaiuu, Woodhiill, Charleston?U K Morgan
A ?'o.
Steamship Magnolia, Crowell, Charleston?A Leary.
StH imsnip Voluuleer, Jones, Wilmington, NC?J Lorlllapl.
Steamship Win P Clyde, Morgan, Wilmington. NO?James
Hand.
Steamship Isaac Bell, Bourne, NorloiK, City Point and
Richmond?Old Dominion Steamship Co.
Steamship John tilbion, Winters, Georgetown, DC? Phillips
A Brown.
Steamship Brunette, Freeman, Philadelphia?J Lorlllard.
Steamship Neptune. Baker. Boston?W P Clyde.
Steamship Wamtutta, Kisb, Jncw Bedford?Kerguion A
Wood.
Ship J S De Wolf (Br), Denham, Antwerp?H J De Wolf A
Co.
Ship Asa Rldrldge, Baker, San Fcanclaco? Sutton A Co.
Ship S O Keed, Wlnsor, San Francisco L W Osgood,
Hark D II Waljen(NO), Ueetjen, London? C Lullng A Co.
Hark Alflerl (Itall, Coccbella, Bristol, E?Slocovlch A Co.
Bark Letltia (Itub. CastelUno, Glouceiter, E?J Koblnson
A Co.
Bark Lakeraba (Br), Rood, Dunkirk?J F Whitney A Co.
Bark Sulla Pate (Ilal), Andlssen, Cork or Falmotilh--W A
J Pate.
Bark Rapid (Nor), Tbomenson, Cork for order*?Wendt,
Telnna A Borkmann.
Bark Olaclnto (Ilal), Moretano, Qoeenstown for orders-J
li Phillips A Hon.
Hark Caroline (NO), Bugge, Antwerp?Punch, Edye A Co.
Hark Ed lilll (Br), Haddock, Gibraltar J Henry <t Co.
Bark Virginia Dare, Bishop, Valparaiso -Fabbrl ? Chauncey.
Hark Florence Baker (Br', Bond, Montevideo?Boyd A
Hlneken.
Bark Mary Edson, Howes, Rosarlo-Ounare A Norton.
Hark Rebecca Camana, Llcs^ann, Matauiat?Waydell A
Co.
Hark Olenfuegos, Allen, Sagua-Ponvert A Co.
Brig Queen of tho Fleet ("Hi t, Balmano, Cork for orders?
Bowrlng A Archibald.
Brig Josie, I'eUi^rew, Marseilles and Leghorn?Simpson A
Clapp.
Brig Fredcrlco (Itali, Megner, Pal mm (Majorca)?J Robinson
A Co.
Brig H Porter (Hr), Card, St Johns, N'P?Crandall, Umphray
A Co.
Brig P Roberts (Br), Ross, Ilallfai, NS?Crandall, Uinphray
A Co.
Brig Sabina (Br), Vernon, Plctou, NS?Hatton, Watson A
Co.
Brig Albatross iBr), Bowser, St John, NB?Crandall, Umphray
A Co.
Brig F U Todd, McGwire, Alexandria.
Schr C S Dyer, Hlaudell, Corpus Cbrlsti?Simpson A
Olapp.
Scbr Freedom (Br), Clare, Windsor, NS-Crandall, Umphray
A Co.
Schr Emma (Br), Godfrey, St Stephens, NB?O Boardman
A Co.
Schr Hudson, Kemp, Georgetown, 8C?I B Gager.
Scbr Mlnquax. Heany, Richmond ?N L McCre uiy A Co.
Schr M E Mangom, Heveridge, Baltimore?B^utiey, Miller
A Thomas.
Schr Florida, Metcalf, Bath. Me J V Havlland.
Schr S T Kin/. Parsons, t'alais -Jed t rye A i u.
Scbr H Prescoti, Newman, Portland?U L Hal -h,
Schr Mctamura, Kittes, Mlddletown.
Schr S P Godwin, Waterbury, Stamford.
ARRIVALS.
REPORTED BY TUB BEItAI.D STEAM YACHT*.
Steamship Deutscblanl (NG), Neynaber, Hremerliaven
Aug 7 via Southampton 10th, with m ine and 737 passengers,
to Oelricbi A Co. Arrived at Sandy Hook at U :W AM of
21?t. Had westerly winds ilnring the whole passage; Aii?
14, at 5 PM, lat 47 38, Ion U1 49, passed bark Kate Troop 'Hr),
bound west; Hub, at 8:45 AM, lat 44 25, Ion 83 24, passed
steamship Westphalia, bound east; 20th, at 7:40 AM, off Nan- *
tucket lightship, passed steamship Union, bound east; same
day, at 3 PM, passed ship Tuscarora, bound west.
Steamship North America, Weir, Rio Janeiro July 18, Bahla
UHh, Pernauibtico Aug 1, Para 8th and St Thomas 14th.
with mdse and passengers, to W K Garrison. Aug 2. IXImlle*
south of Cape St Koijue, saw a large ship ashore, with lower
inasts standing
Meamauip Arirona. Maury. Aapinwau, Aug is. wltb indie,
maila. paaaengeri and treaaure. tu the 1'aoltlc- Mail Hteamahlp
CO.
Steamihlp Creaeent City, Hllilretb, New Orleana Aug 14,
will) mdie and paaaengera. tu Frederic Baker. Aug 17 paased
hark Gibraltar (Hr>, ateerliig north; St. by K by comuaai
from Little Eg;{ harbor light, IS inilea, In li fathom* water,
paaaed a achooncr'* lower niaat standing out of water j one
end of hull evidently up near aurface,
Steamihlp Rapidau, Mallorv, Savannah Aug 18, with
mdie and paaaenirera, to LlrlniatOD, Yot a. Co. Aug IP, at
ti:4ll PM, lat U3 40, Ion 77 18. exbnanged algnala with ataam hip
Cleopatra, bound louth.
Bleamibtp Saragoaaa. Ryder, Charleston Aug 18, with
mriae aud paaaengera. to Art our Learr. Aug IV, at 1 I'M,
oil (Tape Lookout, paaaed alcamabjp Cleopatra, bound aoutb ;
2(Hh, at 6 AM, 40 nii;ea north of llatteraa, paaaed ateaniahip
Virgo, bound aoutb.
Steamahlp Flvefly, Howea, Dataware, with peachea, Ac, to
muter.
Bark Annie Braglnton (Bri, Drya 'ale, Shanihxe March
with tea, Ac, to order. Paaaed Anjler April 7, Cape of Good
Hope Jnne 111, St Helena July 1, and croaaed tbe Kquator
Julv 13 in Ion 2!1. Had light winda and calroa the entire pa?"fcrk
;uba, Prince. Havana. 12d?va, with augar, to Jaa K I
Ward A Co. Aug lb, apoke bark Cardenaa, Irorn Havana for
Baltimore.
Brig Louiaa Bochraann (N>i), Frelroorat. Sevile, <0 daya,
wltb cork and lead, to order; reeiel to C Tobiai A Co. Han
tine weather during the paaaage.
Brig Nuevo Prorldenia iltal), Iflnganro, Naplea, 3S day",
with mdie, to order; veaeel to Flinch. Kdye a Co. Paaaed
Gibraltar July 14; had moderate weather.
Brig Paclfaco iltal), Savareaa, Alicante, 48 daya, with tulaa
to Foncb, Edya A Co. i'aaaed Gibraltar July 12; had moderate
weather; Aug 14 apoke whaling achrWm Groaiea; had
caught 2 wbalea thla month; 16th, achr Graduate, of Marlon,
3 naontba out, clean; H*tb, lat 37 40, Ion 71 50. apoke bark Hea
yueen, of Weatport, S7X montba out; had takeu ItlOO bbla ap
Brig Curaeoa < Br). Lockhart. Curat oa, 17 day*, with mdie,
to Joa Foulk'a Sona. Had moderate weather, with light
Sohr Motile, rinmmer. Demarara, % dart, with augur, Ac,
to .led Krye i Hail light wind* and calma the entire paaUH,
Sohr Horatio Nlcbula, Blown, .laokaonrille, 14 daya, with
lumber to J T dticbriat.
Scbr P.lla, Montgomery. Jackaon*llle, tdaya, with lumber,
tn r Nelson.
I Si'hr E J Duncan, Borden. Virginia.
I Sc br Ida Smith, Steelman. Virginia.
Scbr A \Y Colllna, Tonker, Alexandria.
b< bi K ft Bennett, French. Georgetown. D<\
Pined Through Hell Calls
ROUND SOUTH.
Sieaniabip Kianroma, Bragg. Portland for Maw York, wltu
mdsp. to .T r Antel.
Steaiuihlp Victor. Galea. Myatir, Ct, for New York, in Italian.
Hchr Delaware, Wood*. Klliwortb, fi dara, lor Mew York,
with lumber to T K Mayfiew
Schr Saxon. Wlllty, Boelon for New York
Schr George W jflddleton, Campbell, llighton lor New
York.
Schr L>una, Smith, Harwich for New York.
Schr Franklin, ilallut-k. Broo?baven for New Voi k
8rbr Wm Boanlmin. Miller, Prorldence for New York.
Scbr SrlTia, Taylor, Pro?ideno? for New Yor*.
Schr (>c ward, Arey, Providence for New Yoik.
Scbr Horizon, Nfwman, Pawtiicket for New York.
SchrJoaepb HaU, Mayo, Portland, Ot, for New Yor*.
Schr Anna J Ru?a?l , Cbapman. Portland, 01, lor New
York.
Schr E Nelwm, Uarl, New Haren for New York.
8r.hr Cornelia, Jay, Bridgeport for New York.
Scbr I'ommtra, Lake, Bridgeport for New York.
Schr Henry B Drew, Miller, Bridgeport for Jeraey (.Mly,
with pig Iron.
S"-br A J Benller. Raker, BrldgeDorl for Rondnut.
Schr <%arle? V llawlee, llawley. Sag llarbor lor N?w
York
Srhr Dart, Johnson, Port .leflrr?on for New York
Srhr Hlr.koiy, Hmdrr. Con Bay, LI, for New York.
Srhr Magar*. Murphy, Cow Bay, Li, foi New Y-/tk.
SrLr I'ucieJoa, ? for .
BOUND EAST.
Srhr A K Kintfberg, Carman, Philadelphia tor Digb'on.
Srhr J Havies, Arnold, Wixa"rihp<?u lor 1'rovtdeoce
Hchr Fofiin. liaman, KlUabulbp<*rl lor Hartford
Sabr J H Gallagher. <iallacber, Kllzahathport for D"ib?.
8r.br Mary Ann, Allen, Klizab+thpori lor tYondeoce.
Hchr Mary Lraina, Brown, Albany for Prorldanr*.
Hchr Maria, Harbour, Ron d out for Westerly.
Srhr Lake, Miller, Rondoul for Boston.
Hubt Chief. Hmitb, Romlout Tor New London.
hchr C Lodge. ?. Pouglikeepaia for Pernm .>ss.
Srhr Copy, Mllla, rougbkeenaie for New tiaren.
Hchr b HJackson, Abrams, llaversiraw for
fctehr K L Htfglns, , Yfoehawken for Fall Rirar.
Hrbr Sarah Jane, <Urdner, Now York for Newport.
Hchr Pbll tiherldan, Murphy. Kiw York for Kail Rirsr.
Srhr Long Islandar, Ooilfigber, Nrw York tor i ow H?*,
LI.
8<br Downing, Martin, N*w York for OUnwo *<S.
Hchr Aron. Clark, New York for Nawtvirrport
Rrhr Waterman, l>rln?fl<r. New York for s*i*m.
BELOW.
?hip Win V Moifi, Kryaot, from Liteipool .lot, 14, wild
muN, to < na? 11 M?r,ball A I'o. < Wa. apokeo oil Nantucket
Aug If >'f pH"! *!"?' W U Alplnwa!!, No 81.)
-'hip Cultivator, itiiaiell, train Llf.rpool .Inly 11, with mrt??
In William, t Union. (Waa .poken off Nantnrkm Aug In (if
pilot boat W II Aiplnwall, No SI.)
Ship May Dunlin* (Br), Martin, from Cardiff Jnlr *. wi'h
railway iron (Wu ipok.n off Nantock)1! A'le 1" ' ? i'1'oi
boat W H Anptowall, Nnil.i
Hark f)a?lrt I annon iBr>, Korb?, ftorr AMw*rp Jit, J.
(Wm apokan off KitliickM All* If by pilot l.uai W H A.pin
wall. No il i
SAILED.
steamships Oily oi Boston, for Livs.poo! Ptacuvlvania,
do, La!a?ftt*? lta*rr; Kulton, Cnp^uhajrrn; Cambria, tiles
gow ; Tjoee, Ht Doojingo, Utn M<l|tl?'i. ilaimuju , <?eu
Mfijfl, New (Means. ??ulf Stream, do; Magnolia, Savan>
>>?n ; oniK'initry, ou . Manoai'an, i n?i -?i.? w ri;irJr,
Wilmington, Ni:, .lobu <lll? 10, <l<*ir??loMro. Or: l<?*> h>- ,
Richmond, Ac: Ilriinnlt*, I'tiiladnphca.
W il l at ? .?.! N I
T>if t'ainahlp i itv of Pari*, now "i tier o ?nd trin
(torn Llffrpuol to Hallfai, with Prima Artbui on uoard, will
all from New Yuri, on llir 2Sih ln?i. Tii? t ill ol iomo? lilted
up for tk? Prim.* will not ba iamo?*d.
Another baaiuifiil rllppai ba* bern addad In i.h* ('aliform*
f*?t, *rirt tnr on? who will lr.*p?ct tb* Vocmit*. at piar l|
Kail rim, wlli find ibat our anl?rprl*in| haa'nn ahipownar*
mak* ?ic?**f'il aflori* lo k**p para wilb th? pniji??in*
tandancr u( the ag* fh* Yo*amtl* wa* bull! ai Portsmouth,
NH, und'r thr atiprrlolandeoi n of Captain .lohn M I'nj, the
commander ai wall a* th* ronair . tor of aoma of our flneei
Hipper ehip*: ?n1 bow wall h* nndar*tand* tha laqnlra*
roent* of th* <:*l'fornt? trad* th? Voaemila will amply teatlfy.
trie baa mad* on* paaaa** from Liverpool to Han
Kranolaco In niida'.irm?r lo IS* day*. and w* ah mild jtidt*
from her mode! the*. with a fair opportunity aha will proae
haradf on* of ih* faitcat ah.p* afloat, She hai on board lor
l\* |Of*rnm*nt o?*r WOO ton* of goo* anJ malarial for thn
Na?r Tard at Mar* lliand
Meat rt >of*rt* t Co let* bad ui?9? tl.wti trtluiiel dor* at i
I SHEET.
I"! Hook tk# trhoonere Julius Webb and Mary M Hamilton,
for cleaning, calking and painting, and yaaterday afternoon
lowered the North Oaraaa bark BobaMn Kaegedorf, of 400
ions, after cleaning and patching bar imr aheatblng.
The schooner Ann A 8uun, S3J tuna, boll! In Norwaik, Ot,
in IMSI, and owned by Maaara Dollner, Potter A Co, or thti
city, la on tbe larger one of the acrew docM, fool of Majrktt
allect, fur ma purpoae ot patching bar yellow metal
- ?. r* r *
The [ nlon ferryboat America It on the amalier balance
dork, fool of Pike allp, uni?fe?|ng an annual overhauling.
On the mammoth oklanco dock adjoining are two other
'iMW U the earn* roiooany?the Hamilton and the
Winona, the latter la a new boat, and la receiving a ault of
ropper abeathinr. Kim H?.. k
- ? mv" ** */ *"">* " ovuci
boaie of tbt compan* in her outward 50libi pr,,eoU B
!! "???"?'?
4 'W wn,i bl1"* >n 'A r'i '**
. ^r Cbarlea Mallory, la in the large aeotional
dock fqp* 0f Rotgera direct, cleaning and painting bottom.
Tb' brig J H Rapp, of thla city, wua lowered from the
Veople'a dry dock, foot of Qonrerneur atreot, yeaterday
miming, after cleaning and painting, and tbe acbonner Suaan
titetaon took her place, tor the purpoae of receiving a
autt of yellow metal aheatblng.
Tbe l'ortugiieae brig Marlanna waa lowered from tbe
amaller aeotional dock, foot of Rutgera atreet, yeaterday forenoon,
after baring ber yellow metal abeathing patched.
Tbe acbonner Mary Jane, 145 tone, aud tbe achooner Snow
Flake, ItidMna, are on I>ean'a railway, Red Unok, for repaira.
There were in port yeaterday a fleet of 4M rtaM'.a, of
which 89 were ateamere. 61 abipa, 127 barka, 94 Ori^a an J 89
acboonera.
Marine Ulnnatrra.
Stramkr Wii.i.iau Kimnkdv from Baltimore, at
Buatou lWth. reporta:-^Aug 19tb, 10 H H Cape <"mt,
NNW 7 tnHea, thlak tog, wind WKW ; waa in
contact with achool ahip (leo M Barnard; atore
port aide bouae, two boata, and broke main topinoat
and ateam pipe; dlaabled 11 boura, repaired and arrired up
without aaalatance.
Baku Ukoruk Dteksk (Br), before reported eank at Poboy,
Ua, remained 16th, lying upAn her broiclaide, full of
water; ber fore, main aud mlten topmaata had been cut
away to lighten her, but without succeaa. Mr. Wllllnk waa
peraooally anperlntending the work of raialng ber. Tbe captain
and hla wife and children were uuable to aav? tb<>ir
clothing and made a narrow eacape with tbelr Uvea whan ahe
careened. In fact the captain waa compelled to awim out
through a port. It la conudentl) expected that ahe will be
ralaed, but morn or Irna damaged. An effort waa raa<l? to
charter tbe bark I'awnee (Bri to take the cargo of tba George
Durkee, but without aucceaa. Steamtug t'hrlatlana arrived
at Savannah loth from the bark, obtained a flat and additional
blocka and tackle and returned 16tb.
Bark Wahoinuton Butcoeb -Key Weat, Fla, Aug 21?
Tbe bark Washington Butcher, Nickeraon. from New Yorkfor
Mobile, ran on Orange Keya oil the 12th Inat., and bilked.
A amall portion of her cargo ban been brought h.-re. Tbe
Naaaau wrecker* have charge of her now. [The W J< wm
owned in New York, and rated Al.]
Bark Sba WiTon. from Antwerp for San Frauciaeo, be
fore reported remained at t'ort Stanley, Falkland Islands.
June 16, dismaste^ Awaiting order* from Europe.
Khio Julius. or New York, Captain Meyer, from Jackson tile,
auppoaed for the River Platte, wai passed July ??, no
lat, 4c., Riven, by an arrival at Rio Grande, do Sol, waterlogged
and abandoned. A part of her ipari were gone.
bliur Thomas W Thobnf, of Providence, which struck a
(unken pier and sunk while entering Nantucket harbor on
Friday lait has been raited, freed of water, and would go on
tbe marine railway for repairs.
Bohr Albion (of Hampden, Me), Strousiand, from Kllisbethport
for Plymouth, Mas*, with coal, ran ashore on the
north side of Martha's Vineyard on the 30th Inst and bilged.
Si'UK Amu* BRtT8T.F.Y, from Philadelphia for Briton,
which was taken into Newport after being ashore on Block
Island, will be discharged at Newport for repair*.
Vaoht M AC.r.ii, which was ashore at Wood's Hole, got
off wltHout damage and went into Holmes' Hole.
kiMiiaTOK, .la, Aug 4?The steamer Clara Helena, which
ran into a nnid bank in this harbor, la still fast in Hie mud,
audit will take much time and expense to release her from
her awkward situation. Two schooners are engaged In a*.
siKtinu Iter, iThe O H got off previous to 9th >D I sailed on
Una day mr St Marc.)
.Notice to Mariner*.
om?i Iiioiithodkk iiuakh,i
\V asiiinoton, DO, Aug 19, |M>9. >
Silt?Vour l?Uer of the 17th lust relative to the re-establishment
of the light formerly shown at Body's Island, ou the
coast of North Carolina, has been received.
Tbe Light House Board has not been unmindful of the
wants of commerce in the locality referred la, in ividues
of which your attention Is respectfully directed to the annual
report of the Board for the year 18OT, submitted to Congress,
with the report of the honorable the Secretary of Ibe Treasury.
and which cootaina tbe following paragraph
Body's Island?This lighthouse was totally destroyed bv
the rebels during ths war, and tbe Board does not recommend
its re-establishment; but instead it Is recommended lo
build between Cape Hatteras and Cape Henry, a distance of
12U miles of dsngerous coast, now unmarked bv ?nv !i ;ht,
three lighthouses of the fourth order, and an sstlruMtu of the
coit it iiDiuiuau.
The estimate was inbmllt?d, and may be found mi page
117 of the "Estimat' a of Appropriation. 1S68 6\t," iu the following
word!"For three liijbtb?usr? betn-uen Cape (leury
and Cape llaiterat, to complete the lighting of tbat no* it,
HR40.000." Tbil Item of the eitimite wat thrown out by the
Committee on Appropriation! of the Uouae, aud lb* appropriation
wan not made.
In tbe anuual report of the Board for the year lui'.i
the ne< sHlly for these aid* to navigation ia again
referred to In almoat precisely tbe tame language,
aod tbe estimate again submitted. (See page Ail or
estimates of appropriation 1B69-7U), aud waa again stricken
out in Cougrssa.
You will thui Me that tut Board Is and hat been powerless
In tbe matter, but It hat alwavt been tbe inteotlouto keep
annually repeating tbt eatimate lu order it may not be overlooked
whenever Congress deems proper to appropriate the
money. Ilt-nce it will oe submitted to Congress at Its neit
session, and thit office will eery gladly furnish you data upon
which to bate an argument in furor of tbe appropriation of i he
i Kiuxuiib is^iuicu iu oainuiiAu tueae aius in navigation. than
which none are now more re j 111 eJ by the interests of cowmerrr.
H may be remarked that in the original programme of the
Light Honae Board submitted aoon after it* organization,
provision *u made lor additional light* between the capi'i
ot Virginia and Cap* Hatteras, but the breaking out of the
rebellion prevented the erection of the only light in that vicinity,
for which at that time an appropriation was made by
Congress. and which appropriation lapied to the freaiurv
for want of opportunity to expend it. Very muertfully,
THORNTON N. JKXKINM, Naval Secretary.
lion. B. C. Calkin, 4S8 Tenth street, New York.
The main light at the entrance to Newburyport harbor,
Maw., will be extinguished from the 27ib to the r.ltt of
Auguat lull, inclusive, during which time the tower will be
removed about one-third of a mile northeasterly. The Heacon
Light will be ahown, a* muni, during IIip process ol removal,
and on the establishment of the main light in Us new
position, on the 1st of Kept prot, the beacon light will he extinguished,
and thereafter the main light alone wl I i>* exhibited.
.ttiwellinMu.
.laiuea W Wilson, the obliging purser ol' the steamship
North America, from Rio Janeiro. Ac, h? our thanka fur
favor*.
Purser Gamble, of the steamship Arizona, from Aspiows'l,
has our thank* for bis attention*.
We are indebted to pureer .Tame* <} Burgess, of the steam
ship Rapidan, for bis attentions.
Stbam??:P Cimhria. from NTork via St Johns, N!', with
the passenaeis from the wrecked steamer Uerirani.v. arrired
at Plymouth, K, at 3 AM of the 3.1 Inst, en route Cor Hanburn.
Knir Xi ,1<?iril. hence Feb 27 for San Pranulsro, put into
''allau for wa'i*r,lulv 34, and not Rrn Jannoro, letting, aa
before reported.
Whalrmni.
Sunken ?July *7, 1st SB. Ion SO, b?r* A R Tuc ker, o ' New
Reiir.trti. truisms; ail well.
July !IW, let HfillS, Ian U, sohr >u*an N Smith, of Post >o,
wl'h l?0 I'bis sp oil - all well.
Kpekea.
Ship ??. from Liverpool for Philadelphia, Vug l!?. oB
NantiK-kei thy pilot noat Wm II Asplawall, Mo il).
Bark Tlieoue i NO), from Liverpool for Philadelphia, Aug
l?,oO Nantucket (by pilot boat Wm II Asplnwsll, Nogl).
Bark Rhea (NO), Irom Liverpool for City Point. Va, Aug
HO, lai KM .>6, Ion 74 Ootbv pilot boat Nettle, JT, I'll.
Bark S n Carlton, Tapley, Liverpool April > for Sail Plan
Hni ?4ii?ee* guMn, lfo?ter, Havana for Portland. Aug 15.
lei.JUX Ion 76.
ffi ig Anna I) Tor ray, bout).I we?t \ug 1 <*, off Nantucket
(by pilot bo4i W H Aaplnwall, No 21)
Formic it Porlt.
ARnBOftaa>, Aug 5 Sailed, RoyalCharlie, An ieritoii, ?wOrlotDt.
AhPiNWALl, Aug ri - Arrlved, bark American f ? Litnlae*,
NYork.
Hailed 10th, ac.hr J Prince, coast win*
Huihi ?i.. Aug 7?Arrived, J Pirandello, TodavU, NVork.
(Seared ?th, Ankathor, Itenrlckaen, NVork via Fo-t Talbot.
In port %th, Caailda. Koblnaoti. for NVork; Aonte, Warn*,
for Baltimore; Rivera idc, Randall, for NOrfeaaa; Lorena,
Iterry, for 81 Thomaa.
Bhrmkbii afi n, Aug t?Arrived, ?Ulve?ton. Heyrlon. Oalra?ton
; America. Koper, N\ork.
Arrived July an, bark Jmperador (Bn. Heard Phiaialp^a,
by HunnvBtxe (Br), Lorlttdllr, N York.
HO un os Athbb. June Arrived, baric Hal* Prank,
MeirllJ. Portland ; July 1, ahlt> (7ncla Joe, He wall. cevanoah;
3d, bark Ophelia M Hume, Hume, Baltimore. Alto arrived,
June 2*. bark Mary Ridley ?Br\ BIHa. Paaaarola 3^h,
Homervllle (Br). Ilillv Valparaiso July 1, brig Shi th KUan
(Br), Guilford. NYork ; 2d, hark* White Hall, Prieat, I'ori
land; ltd, Albert William (Br), Walker, Han KraucUro.
Cariupf, Aug # hailed, Robeoa, Wade. NYork i 7th,
Brag*. Jorgenaen, do.
CallaO, July 21 -Arrived, bark Hattle <J Hail, Kink, i
Arica; 23d. ship South Carolina, Kdwnrda, Chmchaa; *i4ib,
ahlpa Mary Warren (Br), Lowe, ^ alparaiao. StJoeeph, Mar 1
hall, NYotk for Sao Franciero, Cornice Hr>, relloiree,
Cbin.haa, Ar.oiy, Read, do; Mount Waaliln:*t ui, T'tc.jtnh, I
do, bark llarntt, Hoyer. do; 5Wth, Oaeeola, Walden, do.
Hailed July 28, a hlpa Maty hmma, fatten, Co wen: Jlth. ?
ITncle Toby,'Lea v I it, and Aaayrla, Patten, do; Oov Lengdoti,
Davit, Cork: barka P O Kerry man. Soule. Bordeatu Man*
&? ammch (Br). HUetrorn. NYork . (leonce A Henry, K'lnt.
In port July i*, ahip Coring* 'Br, Fellowe*, lor Koitei (
darn, to aall 7V)th , and othara.
Hhlp llc culea. Iiinr Vn. Irotn San Kran< laoa, to arrive, h.*?
been chartered to load for the I*filled Hlnte*
CfKAroA, July 30?In p.nt Xwh ott, brig* Ouraeoa <Rr ,
f,o<khart, lor NYork in lliree day*: La Creole (Dutch .
Spalckhaver, for do aoon; Jennie Morton. liauiafe, from (
Baltimore, tine. '
CitNrim.Oh. Aug? Id won brig hennuei Lmdaes, W.Uon.
for Boaton In two day*.
Deal., Aug h Hailed. Sir Robt Peel, Larrabee ?iroro Loti
don* NVork, (and waa off Dover Hth . Vanguard, Hkel' v.< I Corn
do I, Han Prandaco.
Dt'NutNf.ha, Aug. 6. Off, Kong Carl, Kvcnaen, from y
NVork for Hteitin.
Dai.r mot tii, aug * pot in, Liberty, Devereui, horn Do
v??r for Falmouth.
Kai.mouth, A of. K Sailed. Idolique, Dnrkee. (froro Phil I
anmpni*) L.orilon.
An t?"d m iio -(Hi), Provldanrp, I'-oalftMt. Philadelphia
aimoijih. J*, Aug 4 Arrlrtd, hri|| Harm,milt i Hi >,
Minna, NVnrk , 9tii, a hrlg froin N Vork, with piovmlon attilfa,
n*rat unknown.
OiAtonw, A lift * 9all?d, low* i a , ll?'lc]*rwie? NVork.
7lh, Ilrdwig, ^opbia.fArplnnd. do
Hiki.i m i. Julv ;n - Sailed, !?iula. Tagllari*, Para tote N?w
Vtrk
IIA*rw, Aug (I Hailad, C H Until*, Hlnnmt, Cardiff Than- |
Thtnliald, Newport. K, ami I'niie.l Htata*. F.gena. Mar "
rril. Inlted M?l*?, <
ttONOlCI.O, Aug 1?Touched prior (hip* Rihln lloorl, T?;
lor, from San Kranrlaro for Maker't lalaaa, Kiee1, Doail*.
from do (or McKtan'* Inland
Kiiustow, J a, July ml?Armed ?' kr Fir* sitter*. from i
Mathiai, An* 1*1, hark M?ggi> Rtjrnoldt, Kttnold*. Aapla
??ll, hrlgO F Rcnnltlon, > arnham, NYork.
Hailed .Inly 'ii, hrlg* Nelly Wai*. Warn, NVork; Mill, I
Ra< halor. Carlow, Philadelphia, via Naranna la Mar, i'7?h, I
bark Burn (Br). Fotltr. Boalon; Wtk, brigk Rovtr, Haean. l<
Philadelphia; Ultt, A M Knight, Thompson. N Vork ; A in 7lh. K
Hark Joeephina (Hr>, I'ay. Motion rta Old llarhor; nrhr g
Alpha. Munion, HotloD, Blh, tltamtr Clara Helena. Porte.
Si Marc. I
In port Aug*, hark Bel on*, for NYnrt, Ids . brig* Mary I
K I.tlghtori, Oay, for do do ; IJ P Penaltlori Painhitn, for do I
>ia Port Mail*, Ilaldel, McDonald, fnr Philadelphia, d?! II
Kkr ba Hare, una.
/ 1 " *
Liviipuol, Aug 8? Arrived, Polar Ktmr, Batrnion,
Orleans; lotb, Aleiauder MarehalL Uardner. New Forlb '
Hailed 7tb, Iiaac Webb, liontuier, New York, Wyomlllfa
Jnliui, Philadelphia.
ClearedI 71b, Cremona, Burrow., New fork; 2en?1?i
Brown, Baltimore; William Pummlnge. Miller, New Or*
leaua; Electric Spark. Leach, Han Kraneleco.
o.mW,M^dr>a?b* ?
*"?> r "M, Ota-, NOrleini.
mm MTtesteR0,r'NYork'
Lagdayka, July li?ln port brig Harry Stewart, Weeki,
for Porto Cabello.
Morant BaV. J?m> ,7vil? 90?Id port, brl* Nellie Ware,
from Kindlon fflj Nrw Verk; to (all Aug ID.
a"! J- lu tort bri,:? Romance, D'inean. for
ui i " ?r*, to (all about 6th; Harry ritewart, Weeke, from
**u'.ieipt)la Tin Laguarra, ar lit, to load for Philadelphia.
Fi.*moiith, Ann 51, 3 P M-Arrived, ateitnriihlp Olmbrla,
tlaa> k. New Vork for Hamburg, via rit John'*, N P., and
proceeded. _ .
PoRTf-AND, Aue ft? Off, CAtj of Bangor, M^n/ti.froin
Callnfl ior Antwerp; 7iU, Hugo, Becker, WYork for Ham
Port StAni.hv, F 1, June IS?In port, bark pea Wl'.th
(Br), McCullf, from A""r*n> fot
Pkrnamudoo, Aug 1?Mailed orlg Joe fciordon (of P'.cleo',
McL*ftnan, N Vorti.
Pan^isJ, July 30?Arrived iteamihip Colorado, Packer,
San Pranclaco.
Hailed fhh, steamers Montana, Far n? worth, Ban Kranolaco;
10th, Costa Klco, Dow, Outral America.
Post ad Pkinuc, ah? i?In port bark Julia (Hr), from
Hoaton, arrWed Ulst, dlsg Ice.
QuElNiTown, Augfl- Sailed, Edltb Morgan, Murray (from
NYork). Newry.
Rio Janeiro, July 10?Arrived, achr Chanre (Br), La
Forge. Baltimore via Pernambtico (and tailed 15 b tor Rio
Uran.fel; Uth, bark 8t. I rauln, (Br), Loaberg, NYork.
Hailed, July li, bark Hoobet (Nov), Raamussen, NYork,
with 4,00O bags coffee; 14th, Adelaide, Etchberger, Baltimore,
with 6,48# do; 15th, Eliza Stevens, for New lledfordj
Amazon, Chapman, Baltimore, with 3,500 baga coffe*; Clifton
(Br). (Javat. do with 4,000 do: 16th, achr Hlroa
dell* (Br), NVork, with 3,200 do; 18th, bark
Talisman (Bn, Anderaon, Hampton Koada, with ?.000 do;
Lord Baltimore (Br), Lanfare, NVork, witu 5,000 jo; brig
Union (Br), do, with 8,4(55 do; 20th, bark Parthian (Br,<)*born,
with 4,356 do; Slat, Mlnmanuetti (Br). Christopher, Baltimore,
with 4,657 do.
Cleared, 22d -Bark Cora (Br), for Baltimore, with 3,901
bag*; Jylland I Han), N Vork, 4.H7K bag*.
Inport July 28 Barks Kalllito Nr), for NVork, Ids M<?
baga coffee; Bolder (Mr), fordo, with 4,200 do; brig* llannlbal(Br),
do, with 4,200 do; Lucie iNri, for Hampton Roads
for order*, with 4,600 do.
St Tuouab. July 80?Arrived, brig* John Jeffray (Brt.
Wharton, tiuadaloupe laud lailcd 3l*t for Jamaica to load
for Boston1; 31st, Mariposa, Leigbton, SI Lucia tand sailed
Aug 3 for Jacmel to load for Hoaton); Anna Barker, Oloslan,
Buenos Ayres (and (ailed 81st for Jamaica); Aug 1, Rhone
(Br), McDougall, do (and sailed for Jamaica to load for New
York): bark Pleiades (Br), Holt, Trinidad (and railed 4th for .
Jamaica to load for Philadelphia); 2d, brig Water Lily (Br),
Fariiiworth, Uuadnloupe and aulloc for St Jago to load for
a port north of Hatteraai; laabxl (.Br), Murray. Martlnlju*
(and aalled Rd for Jamaica to load for Philadelphia): 17th,
steamship Auitjas (Braz). Symmea, Wilmington, Del (ami
aalled 10th lor Barbados); Hth, brig Cbillianwallah (Br),
Kellea, Barbados fand sailed for St Mrrltns); 10th. Premier
(Br). Wilson, Martlnl(|iie.
Sailed July 28, schr Billy Hutta (Br), Crab Ialaiid to load
for NVork ; 29th, brig Highland Nancy (Br), Saunders, Marague*
and Baltimore; 30th, Anneti* (Br), Cooper, tlo anil
NYork or NHaven; 31st, barks Anna Francis (Br), More*
house, Jamaica and Boston or NVork ; Josephine (Br), Day,
do and Boston; brig Fannie Lincoln, Collins, Clenruego*;
Mary (Br), Hughe*. Jamaica and Boston ; Sd.Sarab A flolbrook
(Dan), Boritel, Jacmel and NYork; 7th, Bride (Br.i,
Brook*, Jamaica and NYork.
Tboon, AngB Sailed, Abble Thomas, Raymond, Pbllade'*
phla.
VALPARAlso July 16?In port, ship Lottie Warren (Br),
for Great ilrluln; bark Frank, L?wls, do, Conrad (Br),
Aleiander, fur Boston, Mg; Sunbeam, Bennett, from .Work, ,
arrived I6ih.
Railed 9lh, bark Advancement (Br), Ssn Eranclico
Yokohama, Jul; 49?Arrived prior, bark Caiobil (B",
Rom, NYork. >
Anerlctn Port*.
ALEXANDRIA, AugiO?Arrived, schrs L T Raker, N>*
Haven; Welcome l( Beebe, Jersey City; Jewle B Smith,
Proqldence; J L Clark, Boston.
BOSTON. Aug 10? Arrived, steamer William Kennedy,
Parfcer, K.illlniore ; brigs David Owen, Ctiadbousne, Ragged
Island; Annandale, Warren, Philadelphia (at Hlnghatn);
snhrs Elizabeth Detiart. Rowe. Alexandria, Va; J Haymore,
Burge. Georgetown, DC; P M Wheaton, Wheatou, do; Nettle
Richardson. Davis, Baltimore: M E Acnsden. Lavenders,
do; Annie Barton, Prink, James Ponder, Hudson, M M Weaver,
Wrjver, J Klentie, Steelinan, S P M Tasker, Allen, L A
Rurltiigame, Burllngame, E S Conant, Cbureh, Ocean Bird,
Kelley. Sea Quest), Guptill, E M Bransconi, Branscom, 8 S
(lodfrev, Godfrey, Restless, Batter, Ida Lewis, Heustla, 9 A J
Koloe, Boh e. M C Moseley, I'mnn. C E l'alge. Doughty. T T *
Task t, Allen, and Carroll, Robinson, Philadelphia; Victory,
llkglns, Comet, Dow, and Mall, lCllzabethport.
Cleared? George Appold, Baltimore; ihlp Dorset, OruzeHer.
St John, NB; barks Antioch, LlnnelL Rio Janeiro;
Restless, Boomer. Smyrna ; Annie M Cann (Br), Lewis, Baltimore.
schrs Thomas G Smith, Lake, Georgetown, DC;
Miiggle E Gray, Plllsbury, Savannah; Mary Llua, Ilandy.
New Vork
Hailetl?Wiud SW to WSW, carks Antioch, Restless, and
Bridgeport.
list-Arrived, steamship Ashland, Crowell, NYork; ship*
Montana, I'rltchard, Calcutta; Lisbon, Curtis, NOrleaus; '
schrs A <1 Warner, Rich, Jamaica; B Ober, Mobile)
BALTIMORE, Aug ito-Arrived, ship Admiral, llaedonk.
NYtirk; hark I'.lwoocl Ct)oprr, Dyer, Valparaiso; brigs Mi
tlida, I Hi. Providence; D O Chapman, Knight, Matanzaa;
Ea N Johnson, Johnson, NYork; R 8 Hassell, Thomhe,
Havana: Pouiona, Brown, Bain, Me;echra Willow Harp.
Davis, NYork; Northern Light, Plumtner, do; .lobn I.Traff,
Tracy, Hath, Me; Commerce, Cbaae, Kleulbera, J B Claytun.
i'lavtun, Klehtnond, Me; Breeze, Overton, New Haven.
Cleared, brlea Seaorita, Youug, Weal Indies; George Latiincr.
Knight, St John. PR, Mary K Pen null, Eaton, Boston;
lllack Swan, Podger, NYork; acbre Peerlese, Patterson, Weft
iDdlea; I,hot W Alev.mder iBri, Townaend, do; W Holt, Halt.
NYork; Cape Mar, VVeemi, do; A J Klrkpatrick, Brown, do;
P Abbe, Potter, Hoboken. ' ,
Sailed, hark Edward; sehrs L W Alexander, Perrlrss.
BANGOR Sailed 18th, brig Executive. Qornam, Madeira;
achr Meilfurd, Jordan, NVferk; lHtli, brig Walter Howes,
Pierce, Philadelphia.
BKLKAST -Arrived 14th. Abby Kllen, Ollmore, PblladvlShia;
?<:nis Lelia, Foil, do; 151 b Massachusetts, LeoaUton,
York.
BRISTOL, Aug SO?Arrived, achra Oscar F Bowler, Dar*
fee, Philadelphia; Geo P Browo, Hemingway, Rondoul.
Hailed? Sclir Glen wood, McDonald, N York.
CH AKLKHTON, Aytg Jl-Salled, steamship Champlna,
Lockwoop, NVork; achr Siillote, Boston.
CALAIS, Aug 18-Cleared achra Nellie Anderaon, NYork;
Tantamount. Montgomery, Mott Hareo; Sunbeam (new, IIR
tonal, Bunker, NYork; Henry U Pay, Prescott. Pblladeldelpbla.
18tb. ichra Lyra, Haskell, Philadelphia; Mary,
Rlbhardson, NYork.
DIGHTON, Aug 19?Arrived, achr Luclnda A Baylei, Bar.
laa, Georgetown, DC.
KLLSWUKTH, Aug II?Cleared, scbrs Delaware, Wood,
NYork ; 15th, Orion, Oeliorn, do.
FALL RIY'ER, Aug IK-Arrived, ichri 9 8 Tyler. Pratt,
Philadelphia; Irie, Chnaa, NYork.
Sailed-Schr Carlton Jayne. Brown. Georgetown, DC.
GARDINER, MK-Arrired, 14th. achr Boston, Nlckersor,
Philadelphia. Bailed, 11th. brig J W Drlako, Haskell, Phils.
delphla; ltth, achra N A II Gould, Dunton, New York; C H
Jennings, Aahbr, Philadelphia; Walton, Waahlogtou; 14th,
Orion, Baker do; 16th, brig OH Kennedy, Btaplea, Philadelphia;
aohre Henry Adelnert, Dutton, New York ; Joseph
Oaxes Baker; Chlloe. Hamilton, Philadelphia; Starlight,
Mclutyie. New York, 18th, Eva May, Richards, Philadelphia. 1
HOLMES' HOLE, Aug 19, P M Arrived, eehre Isabella.
Plaher, Wilmington, NO, tor *?uleni, Grace Clifton, Otis.
Philadelphia tor do; Chlllon, Wlnalow, and Lucy Amei,
Flanders, NYork for Boaton; Prairie Bird <Br), Caldwell,
do for Windsor; Elizabeth, Waaaen, New Haven for BanRor,
and aalled. Aleo Arrived, brlge Wm H Parka, Dunham,
eorgetowu, DC, for Boeton; Alva (Br), Armstrong, St
Johna, NB, for Fall River; echra Unexpected (Br), Ludlow,
do Tor N York; Rlverelde, O'Bnen, do for Pawtacket i Percy,
Maulmalu, Eaatport for Obila; Gen ScUU, Norwood, Providence
for Calala; ateamer Rattleinake, DecketL Newbury
port for Ohlla; achr* Lonia Walah, ?, Calaie for NYork;
John B Norrlt, Claghom. Glen Cosre far Boeton.
Aue au, a if?no airivaii.
MACIII AS, Aug fl?Arrived, achra Volant, McFaddeo, New
York ; lOlh, Aloora, Dennlaon, do.
galled lltb, ichra Revolution, Beale, NYork; 18th, Volent,
MnFadden. do.
NF.W ORLEANS, Aug 16 -Cleared, bark Coromandei (Fr.,
Do Kill/, Rordaaui.
NORFOLK, Aug 1#?A/nved, bark Prlnoeaa Aloxaodar
(Dan) Verden, NVork: eonr Kedron, McLaughlin, do.
NK W Itl'KYPOKT?Arrived, 19th, achr New Zealand, Cook,
Elliabelboort, Olobe, Dealing. New York.
NEW BEDFORD Arrived, IWth, ?chr? CohaiMt, Ofhhf,
Philadelphia; Alice C Gardner, Georgetown, DC; Thomaa H
Smith. Bowman, WllllaniAhurR, NT: Plantar, Uortoo, Wood
bridge; W DMangam, C'haae, New York.
NkWI'ORT, Auguet 10. Arrived. achr? Ann. Abbott, Jar
n*j City lor Boston: Moonlight, Brigipi, Baltimore for Prov?
idenra; Oil*, Dunten, Maw York lor Weatport, Mail. 0
Chant, Kakrr, New York for Yarmouth.
Paired b?, ?chr Mary Member, Brlghtmao, New York to*
Fall River.
POKTI^VND, Aug 19?Arrived, aeln Tiger, Kerne. Camlet
for NYork.
Cleared - Brig Addle Hale, Dulling, Calbarien.
PHILADELPHIA, Aug 20-Arrirn.l, harka Frddarlok
Loolne I Dan), Larohe, Tvlgtut; White Cloud, Freeman, Bot
ton ; iirii; .1 W Drlako, Haskell, Gardiner; aobra Lucy Hurl
bnt. UlllKhorn, N 8: Joaeph Oakea, Oakea, Gardiner; 8 r
Adam*. Tabbntt, NVork; Abide Pitman, Lambert, NewburySort;
Rebecca Florence, Rloli, Newhuryport;Mary A Unit,
lolt, Ronton , Henrietta, White, Paco; Julia R Pratt, Nicker
aou, Boalon; Active, Coomlia, do, I'^igene, Howee, Wellfleet;.
M W Griding, Grilling, Bridgeport; Geo Fatee, Little, Provl
donee; Brandy wine, Adama, do: It A Cnnkllng, Danlela,' 10;
W F Pheipa. Cramer, Salem; H T Itedgea, Franklin ; H Allen.
T.item, K w Tall, Robblnn: K H Huntley, Nlokeraon: H U
Metnalr. Kogera; L A Danenhower, Sneppard, ana B t
Raevee, Hranmn, Boaton, Billow, - ?, NYork; Nautllua.
Harrtnori. do; Challenge, Hickman, ft George, Me; f Roynton.
Mitchell. NVork ; P N Tower, Perrv, Newhurrport; Jnbm
H Peirv, Kellv. New Bedford: J P McDevltl, Mullen, NorWlrb,
Cora Etta, Sleeper, Providence. At quarantine, barb'
Star uf Hope, from Meinel.
Cleared Mtearnahii) Yazoo, Catban oe. NOrleana; bark a
Lady llilrt* Br i, Miller, Liverpool; Albert the (Jnod (Br).
Bolt, OlbralUr; brig John Slmv. NlcWorann. Llibon; aehra A
Terrell, Aturood, Boaton; V Sharp, Sharp, Camhrldgeport;
L M Stroiil, Yealle, Boaton;.! M Vance, Anderaon, Camhrldgeport;
Althea, Smith, Cbnrleatnwu; J Paiaona, 8tephena,
Portsmouth, NH ; Ladv 1 Hen, Somen, Halem; Fannr
Keating, liaulela. Quincv Point; Alaaka, Clark, Salem,
Maria Rotitna, I'almer, do; Win Wilson, Hand. Providencei
Francrvnla, Leavltt, B"?ton ,Iaa It'Donobua, Sml'h, PorUmoiltli;
Vraie, llnnd. Boaton
SAN vRANOISCO, Ang I* Arrived, ship Baltic, 8 her.
Iioiirne, NYork.
iWtli -Arrived, ahip lferald of the Morning, Winaor. Rot
ion
Oarnl Biitlah Na?? iBr), Pnrter, LWrrpoo), with 40,009
i?rk? ivlic.it.
rtailM Ship ('airnamnrfi (Brj, Ciinnmnga, LI??rponl bark
k'n:lor. Cowbii. NYork.
llat Arrival, abip Ocean Ktprma, Hortoo, NVork.
MI?C'Ktl.*WKOU8.
* Brtol.lTh DIVORCKB OBTAINED IN IMFFKRKNT
Htalea without publicity Legal ?T*rrwb#r?. I)?avlion,
A'-., aiiflii laiU can**. Si>cc**a K"?raotrad. I'mnia fatf,
Ailtn-f frii'.
F. I. KINO, Cnnnaollor at Law, 8611 Bma<t??a?>
ABHOI.IITK DIVORCES OBTAIN EI) fN DIFFF.KKNr f
Stair* willioiil puhllrity; Irifftl flT^rywhffTfi ; draartlua,
t<., anilii'rut cainr, amxraa guaranteed. No charge lu <u
ranrr. Ailrlee fre?.
M. HCUHR. Attorney, 71 Naaam auart
? ?THIS STORY OF THF. YKAR
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