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Parliamentary Liberalism and Cabinet
Prospects in France.
Pope Pius the Ninth and London
Times Correspondents.
Suez Canal Murine Casualties Re ortcd in
The Red llivcr Insurrection
Reported Dying Out.
Progress of the War Against
Salnavo in HaytL
/arllamentary Parties?Opposition Electoral
Paris, Dec. 8, 1809.
The political programme of Emil Olllvler and his
partisans has been adopted, with some reservations,
by thirty-seven liberal Deputies, who are forming
Into a separate party. On the basis of this new
party the lormatlon of a parliamentary Ministry
under OlUvler will be possible.
M. Glals Bizoln, the opposition candidate, has
been elected to the Corps Lftglslatir from the Fourth
district of fans, receiving 17,000 votes.
Prim's Political Affiliations.
1'aris, Dec. 0. 1869.
Tetters from Madrid assert that General Prim
?hows a decided leaning la the direction of the re
publican party.
I.ondoo Times Correspondents Excluded.
LON1JON, Dec. 0, 18C9.
A correspondent of the Loudon Times has been
prohibited from entering the Papal States.
The Cabinet Crisis.
Flohknck, Dec. 0, 1869.
The ministerial crisis Is still pending. General
CiaiJinl has been asked by iho Kiug to form a new
Cabinet. . ' ?
Prussian Neutrality In Dalmatla.
Dkkmn, Dec. 6, 1869.
It is reported that the Prussian Foreigu Ofllco has
?ont out a circular denying that there is any fouuda
tion whatever lor tne charge originating In Austria
that Prussia encouraged the Insurrection in Dal
Mr. Gladstone in Town?Arming.
London, Dec. 6, 1809.
Mr. Gladstone has arrived In town.
The volunteers are to bo entirely rearmed with
Snydor rifles.
The Suez Canal as Reported from England.
London, Dec. 6, 1509.
Despatches from Port Said report that the ttoyal
gable and several other vessels got aground in the
canal, but ail were towed otT.
Several vessels engaged in blockadc running dur
ing the late American war have been chartered for
the Suez Canal tramc.
Confederation Reports?The Insurrection
Dying Out?The Forccs of the Insnrgenta
Disbanding?Governor IUcDougall to be In
vited to Ansubic iliit Functions?Lieutenant
Cover nor lUoTaikb Hi Iteyond Recovery.
Toronto, Dec. 0, 1869.
A special despatch from St. Paul, Minn., (o the
Globe says:?The latest Intelligence from Fort Garry
indicates tuat the insurrection is dying oat. Only
about fifty insurgents are under arms. Tho re
mainder have disbanded, and a portion of them had
left for the Plains on a winter buffalo hunt. The In
surgent council met on the lOthult. and adjourned on
the 2'ia. The result of its deliberations is unknown,
but it is thought the insurgents will Invite Governor
McDougall to come in and assume the reins or gov
ernment. The Indian tribes, the "lirces'' aud the
'?Uungos,'' are both favorable to McDocgalL The
English and Scotch aro disgusted with the conrso
pursued by the French half-breeds. Had McDougad
come dnly commissioned as ( overnor ihsy would
have risen in arms and conducted htm to Kurt (>arry,
but uuul tho 1st of December Uovernor McDongall
would have no authority there. It was expected
that Governor McDougall would atthattfate l?sue
his proclamation, aud mat he would tneu find little
or no opposition to his entry. There was no hope of
Governor McTnlih s recovery. Ills authority has
been respected In civil matters since his proclama
tion. The mails have not been tampered with uor
have travellers been molested.
TH^ PkbltiC COAST.
Departure of the Japanese Commissioners?
Hi lite and .Municipal Allaire in Han Frau
ds co.
San Francisco, Dec. 5, 1869.
The special Commissioners from Japan to the
Sandwich Inlands sailed for Honolulu to-day, to In
vestigate the condition of their countrymon on the
plantations in tho islands, and possibly to draft a
treaty with the Hawaiian kingdom to be submit
ted to the government of Japan ofl their return.
The new city aud county oillcers assume their
duties tomorrow.
The btato Legislature will assemble to-morrow.
Sacramento city is crowded with members, otllce
seekers aud lobbyists.
" -T?-~-4f?
Proposed Adjournment of the '?"Mfsjutare?
Tho Funding of lite Htate Debt.
Nashville, Nov. P, i860.
The House adopted to-day a resolution to adjourn
on the 83d Inst, to the 1st of January next, aud
passed on a first readmit tuo bill providing for ttie
funding of the Stato debt, duo and accruing, be
tween this and 1875, together with the notes of the
bank of Tennessee.
London Monky Markrt.?London, Dec. 6?4:30
P. M.?consols closed at 92 ? for money and 92 y a
03H for tho account. American securities firm; live
twenties, 1802, 6R's, Wh, 80tj; 10-J0'3,
?l'i; Kmc Hallway shares, -J0>i; Illinois Central
Railway shares. 100M; Ailautlo and Great Western
couhoiliiittod bonds, 204*
Paris Hourst?Paths, Dec. o.?Tho Bourso closed
firm. Hemes, 72f. 82c.
Fiiankfort Bourse.?Frankfort, Dec. 6.?Pntted
States bonds closed ilrm; flvo-twenties of tho issue
ol 1862 were quoted at 91#.
Liverpool Cotton Market.?Liverpool Dec. fl?
?tJO P. M.?The cotton market closed dull; middling
uplands, 11 J.d.; middling Orleans, 12d. Tlio sales
of tlio day font up 10.000 hales, of which 3.0J0 were
taken for export and speculation.
Havre Cotton Market.?Havre, Dec. 0.?Cot
ton closed quiet for both on spot and afloat.
Liverpool Breadstuff* Markkt.?Liverpool,
Dec. 8?4:30 P. M.-Corn, 29s. od. for No. 2 mixed.
Kcflned pen oleum, is. fed.
London Markkt.?London, Dec. o?4:30 3 P. M
Tallow, 47a sd, Kcflned petroleum ensier at Is.
7\d. Hugar firmer for both on spot and afloat: on
spot, 3tts. u 3us. n<i.: atloat, 28s. 9d. a i9s. Linseed
on, ?28 lfis. per ton.
Petroleum Market.?Antwerp, Dec. o.?potro
leum closed Urm at Ol^t. for standard white.
Reported Suicide of an American Merchant.
London, Dee. 0, 1800.
Letters from Rio Janeiro report that David IL
Sampson, an American merchant of that oily and
formerly a resident of Pennsylvania, had committed
? moid e.
(aenoral Pulffar to be Tried by Congress? An
lira of I'euce Expected.
Havana, Dec. 8, 1889.
Advices from Caracas have been received. Gen
eral Pulgar, the chlor of the revolution of Uaracaibo,
will be tried by Congress.
It is expected that an era of peace will be lata*
Arrlvitl of Tolouleers from Spain.
Havana, Dec. 8,1980.
The steamship Florida, from St. Nazalre, arrived
One thousand Cavadonga volunteers arrived to
day by the Spanish mall steamer from Spam. The
troops paraded through the city and created much
VII Lubln at Port an Prince?Salnave's Jltl
inntuui?A Rebel Steamer Sunk?Another
Attack on Jaomel?Domlnsaea in Fell
Havana, Dee. 6, 1880.
Advices from Haytl up to the 28 th ult. have been
received here.
General Vil Lubln, who only a short time since
was declared Provisional President by the insur
gents, and who subsequently joined Salnave, is now
at Port au Prince with 2,ooo men.
Salnavo has declared himself President for life,
lie lu making vigorous preparations to stand against
the combined forcos of the revolutionary leaders.
The steamer which was purchased oy ex Minister
Laroche for the Haytlen government engaged and
sunk the steamer Artlbonet, belonging to the revo
lutionists, off St. Marc,
The Insurgents still are in possession of Cape Hay
tlen, where they also nold the captured steamers
Alexander Petion and Salnave.
The pickets had again attacked the garrison at
Jacmel, but wore repulsed.
Domiuguez has dissolved all committees and Is
sow sole President of the southern part of the
Territory Held by the Revolutionists?Situa
tion of Salnavo?Expected llloekade of Port
au Prince.
Port au Puincb, Nov. 24,)
Via Havana, Doc. 8, 1809. f
The revolutionary army now hold possession of the
wuolo or Northern Haytl, including tho ports of Mole
St. Nicholas, Port de Paix and Capo Haytlen. Cape
Haytlen was taken by assault on the lath of Novem
ber. Tiio followers of Salnavo took refuge in the
American Consulate.
The loss of Salnave's steamer* ronders his situation
prccarious, and matters In the South look bad.
It is reported that the revolutionary fleet intends
to blockade Port au Prince.
Seizure of Arms Intended tor Cuba.
Kingston, Nov. 25,1
Via Havana, Dec. 0, 1*89. j
Tho government authorities have captured a large
lot of arms In Port Maria. It Is reported that tliey
wcro landed by a boat which Intended to take them
Into Cuba, but was pursued by a Spanish crulsor.
Arrival of an American Hriar in Distress?Ex
citement Over the Piopo?od Annexation of
St. Domingo.
Havana, Deo. 8, 1889.
Late advices from St. Thomas report the arrival
at that port of the brig Rainnow, rfom Porto Rico
for New York, with a cargo of Bugar. Tho Rainbow
was In charge of tho steward and one sailor, anu
was In a leaky conattiou. The mate and a seaman
died at sea of vomlto. ?
Great excitement prevailed at St. Thomas on ac
count of the scheme for annexing St. Domingo to
the United States.
Ttie New Constitution Cnrriod In Texas*
Probabilities of a Republican Huccess.
Jkkfkksjn, Texas, Dec. 6, I860.
Bowie, Davlea and Casa counties glvo Davis 612
majority. Grafter, for Congress, is 1,000 ahead. The
Legislature and county officers in Bowie and Cass
counties are radical, and In Davlea county, conserva
tive. All th? votes cast are for tho constitution.
Half tho whites did not vote.
Tlic Fifteenth Amendment to be Adopted.
Austin, Texas, Dec. 6, 1869.
T'le constitution is carried almost unanimously.
One-third of tho voters wero not out. The Legisla
ture will ratify the fifteenth amendment.
Municipal Election In Montgomery? Ala.?A
Republican Triumph.
Montgomery, Dec. 6, 1889.
The city election for Mayor, Clerk and Aldermen
passed otr quietly. Mayor Glasscock, republican,
the present incumbent, was re elected by 016 ma
jority: Hughes, for Clork, by 711 majority. All of
tha Aldermen represeutlDg tho Glasscock ticket were
iii o eiocied. Many conservatives voted for Glass
cock, and nearly 400 failed to vote. Two negro
Aidarmen were elo ted.
Meeting of tho Uoncrnl Assembly?1The Clov.
ernoi-'s Meusage? llenlthy Condition of the
Stato Finances?A General Hanking Lnw
Herouiuiended?Luropeun Immigration In
Lonisvrr.i.a, Dec. fl, I8fl9.
The General Assembly of Kentucky met at Frank
fort to-dav and organized by the election of H. P.
Leslie, of Warrcu county, as President ol the Senate,
and J. If. Bunch as Speaker of the House. The
Governor's Message was then read. The Governor
takes a cheerful view of the existing condition of
affairs in Kentucky and makes somo important
recommendations. Financially the State Is in a
most healthy condition. If the outstanding bonds
were now due and tho $840,340 due from the itev
cnue Department proper to tne State was returned
tlio resources would be more than sufficient to pay
oir the State dobt. He recommends the ap
pointment of three competent commissioners of
tno revenue laws; that the preseut state agency
lor the collection ol the government war cluim of
tue commonwealth be aootished, and thatj the
Commi?s|onera Ol the Sinking Fund be authorized to
person to do the wot-k;
that tiie question of calling a
vlilon of the constitution be submitted . VA^ua
pie: that a general law of incorporation for b.. .
iiml other companies t?e enacted, under which any
oiMWpftTly may organize by putting the terms of
its organization on record and giving notice;
and that a bureafl of lnauranco bo estab
lished as a safeguard, referring to the various acts
of vtolenco commlttod In the state last summor he
assorts a determination to call out the militia for the
arrest of oifenders on all occasions when tho peace
oi the Commonwealth may demand such action, lie
siiguesu a repeal of tho prosent militia law, and in
ctlucs to the opinion that the volunteer system is the
beak Tho Governor pays a brief and appropriate
tribute to the memory or the late ex-Governor
Wtcklitro. On the question of immigration
he takes broad ground, and suggests the circulation
In Europe of corroct information as to the advan
tages open to immigrants in Kentucky, that moro
capital and skilled labor may And their wav to this
Slate. In eonclu.flou, he refers to the friendly spirit
that Is no ruoklly taking the place of preludfces en
gendered iiy the war, and urges a calm protest
against tlie usurpations of centralized power.
Mayor Ilall has had ballots prepared and will run
as a candidate for re-election to-day. This course
has been punned through some doubts having been
expressed as to the legality of Ills retoution or office
lor another year.
Political Pool Selling.?Tho sale or pools at
Twenty-eighth street aud Broadway last evonlng
was rather limited, owing to the severity of the
wea.iier. Pools on Coulter, Murray and Masterson,
candidates fur Police Justice, sold In the proportion
ol f 30 lor Coulter to *20 each for Murray and Mas
terson. Hardy and Lcdwim sold?$28 lor the former
to ?a (or tho latter.
The First Heavy Snow of the Season?City
Travel Interrupted?Feilnre of* City Rail
roads?Want of an Underground Line
Scenes and Incidents?What the Peo
ple Say?The Storm in Brooklyn?
Strike of the "Tow Boys."
Usually the most commonplace of all subjects of
conversation Is the weather. But sometime* it rises
to bo a highly Interesting topic, especially when, as
was the cose yesterday afternoon, rain, suow, sleet,
hall, alternately and at times altogether, wind
above and slush beneath, interfere with every
body's business, detain cars and upset all cal
culations of time tables by "starters," con
ductors and driven, bring curses both low
aud deep to the lips of liackmen and
many pedostrlans, paving many a rod of the road
to tho "lower regions,'' and making the benignant
heart of Mr. Henry Bergh ache with pains and sor
rows on boholdingt he poor horses suffering as they
tried to haul tho heavily loaded cars and carts
over the slippery ground and through Heaps of half
frosoo, slushy mud. On Buch days even sensible
men growl while trying to make the best of the in
convenience wbloh nature occasionally Inflicts oa
poor humanity, as IT she intended It for a reminder
that though man has made many of the forces of
nature tributary to Ills will and his Intellectual
power, he is still unable to control the weather.
But as the hours of tho afternoon wore on and the
day grew into evening the atmospheric surround
ings became worse and worse. The weather was no
longer tho olla podrida of everything disagreeable,
but it had settled?if tbe term be allowed?into a
regular snow storm, with a heavy nor'wester blow
ing Its "bleak blasts" without intermission, whirling
the snowy (lakes through the air and heaping them
up In unpleasant proximity to the railroad track,
covering the rails and Impeding travel to an extent
as had not been experienced for many years past so
early In the season.
"A tremendous snow storm," said one, standing
on the sidewalk near tUe Hekald Building while
waiting for a car.
"Fearrul, sir," replied a bystander.
"Umph!" said a third. "Quite unexpected for the
"It's December, sir," chimed in a fourth; "De
cember. sir. Nothing unusual, sir. ought to be
prepared for it, sir. These city railway companies,
sir; bad management, sir, had ,? and Just at this
moment a gigantic snowball, which a boy was aim
ing at another, but, missing his target, had struck
the speaker, scaled his mouth completely. .
"What a blessing an underground railway would
be in such weather," began again the lirst, aud all
around him exclaimed their assent except the tar
get for the stray snowball.
"Ugh l Theae brats I No, sir," said he, "Under
ground railroads would'nt help It, sir; ugh I"?the
brat had mud in the snow?"wouldn't help it, sir
not sutllctont accommodation, sir;" and agatn tho
speaker was interrupted, a hurried pedestrian passing
by with his umbrella ail spread out and closelv to Ills
face and against the wind. It so happened tliat one
side of the paraplui struck the dlssatlfled grumbler
In the face aud came very near knocking him over.
He kepi his balance, however, and trod otf as
quickly as his legs could bear and the storm would
allow lilm, aud that was the last aeeu or heard- of
But the remark made of tho desirability of an un
derground railroad through tho whole length of the
city was repeated by many last evening. The short
comings of the cltv railroad companies were so a?-'
parent that they wore n-eely canvassed. Here Is a
city In which at least I59.ooo people are dependent
uaiiy lor conveyance homo from tnc place of their
daily employment on these city cars. Rut careful only
of their own piotlUi and fcariui of uny extraordinary
expense, these companies not oniv lej"?eu the num
ber of cars they run just at a time'when more aid
needed, but at tho first sign of increasing dimciiltloa
? ,e/?CVC,? 8top runBlnK altogether. Take the Eighth
?"pi ??iUe t-oml)?u)r as an example, which, next to the
iniiVi?av0UiUe?!"ie'i8ll0,vs l'10 'finest return of re
ceipts and the largest percentaoe of protits. It
stopped running last evening before any of the
other companies had withdrawn their cars. Toe
Fourth avenue cars soon followed suit, Mia
Broadway and Seventh avenuo road ran a car
Im itml??ul?terv>ll>i an(l "ually gave it up also.
Hie Sixth avenuo mado a show for some hours, but
It also eucsumbed, 'i'ho Crosstown and Belt Hall
way care were very soon nowhere, and only ihe
Third avenue line made a partially successful artWit
'w track open. Large gangs of men were
stationed at numerous points along the llue witu
brooms. Snowploughs were put to work, drawn bv
swam ana horses, and every available means was
employed to keep the line clear of tho drifting
snow. ?
cl,rcumstances it was not unreason
able lor the people generally to wish lor some more
convenient aud reliable mode of communication be
tween ue dnreront porrlous ol the city. This wish,
generally concentrated in tho hope that the proposed
underground railroad, through the centre of Manhat
tan island, might no longer be a mere project. t?ut
may assume the realities of an accomplished
lact. Its advantages were freely canvassed, and it
was particularly referred to that such a road would
prove itself removed from tho inilucace of sioims
and hence availablo at all limes. '
The scene in front of the Herald bulldlnp, Just
about the time when stores and factories close down
town, betwecu flvo and six o'clock In the evening
was one of unusual interest. A number of cars
were huddled together between the point of the
Park aud Ann street, of which but few were on the
track. They were standing In cacti other's way,
filled with people, find to their piatforens and fail*
Inus hung on hundreds anxious to get away and
have a start, at least, for home. Near Beekman
street, against the curb on Park row, was observed
leaning a Third avenue car, perfectly uncon
scious of tho Improper position it occupied
and careless of the feelings or the ilfty or seventy
five people Inside of It, and who did not seem to
know that there were no horses hitched to the car.
The enrve on the Hue around the corner of Ann
street and Park row was a source of considerable
trouble so long as tho lileecker street car.i continued
to run. Between the hours named no less than 5,ooj
people had at one time or another assembled here
ail eager to got up town,. but lew of whom
could gain admittance to a stray car as it made its
appearance, after a long interval. And what wnU
the shouts and curses of drivers, calls of starters
and conductors, exclamations of passengers, the
Jingle of boils and the cries of sweepers, or omnibus
drivers, of hacUmou, the loud complaints of thoi-e
whocoulunot reach a car and the howling and
whistling of the wind?this was, Indeed, a sight Just
?t this particular locality seldom secu and not soou
At Ave o'clock exactly, when ISO,000 persons down
town were moving and preparing to move up and
across to?vn, tho first storm of winter burst, and
broKe up a dozen linos ol street car travel. Ttie
clouds seemed to dip down very low,
I and from out of their capacious depths
l came the most blinding volumes of tine,
granulated snow drops that ever were seen. Gusts
ol wind accompanied aud swept them like giant
fnrles along the streets and avenues, whirling theiu
at Intervals high Into tho air and over the tops of
houses. All thcao who were in anywise well pro
vided for tiie occasion with heavy clothes and truck
boots exulted In thestirrlngstorm, which fetched the
rosy huo of health to the cheek, illuminated the
tips of the cits and lent a palpitating glow to tho
human proboscis. There wasn't much exultation,
however, among tlioso who had to walk three or lonr
luiles home beiore they got their suppers, espcrlaliy
If the suppers were expected to keep warm.
Still tnero was little real hardship compialncd of.
The whirling, racing, flying snow was glorious in its
strong and vigorous rutin on Hroadwav, so blinding
wus the storm it was diltlcult to see tweuty yards
aheacj, The snow occasionally as the wind grew
DfiUer tempered looked liko the spray ota waiar
fall; and then, again, when tli.j nor'westers
came Ijjto llU* eftinm?l?.? particles be
caiM as fine and hard "as due. " "Uc'tif,a,n(l
peppered pedestrians' lacos mou uumoic 1
youn* al"' girls had
to .. last evenmg or wait for hours in tlie
tlocke.i up cal-s Inhere the cold was regularly un
cased ana played tuo Jeuco witu tempers am appe
tites. When almost all the lines ceased rutming
the stagos on Iiroadway still hold out and the drivers
drove in clover?In other words made a har
vest of stamps. Ail along the lmo of
Eighth avenuo the most ludicrous sccnes wer?
started into existence by mis playful and frlskv
snow storm. Cars ceased to carry, and tuo means
of locomotion witu which nature provides tho
animal biped had to be put into aciivo use.
The drivers seoinod delighted with the condition
of ntrairs, but the conductors were cross and
crazy. Here and tliero a lot of drivers got togethor
and kept themselves warm with red hot Jokes, ami
for common comfort and hilarity tho cars that got
blocked and looked as though tnoy were deprived of
their wheels were crowded, uot quite lo suffoca
tion, but the next thing to It. in sucu
piaces of shelter a great linmner passed many
hours, passively hoping agaiust hope, that horses
enough aud to spare would come ami Dull them
home to their suppers before tho victuals
got cold. But not a horse could face that fearful
gale, with tho wind right in ids teeth anil tho hall
stones left in his eye. Of cotirso, many of the ear*
were deserted, and tho bravo desortors, with a
heroism worthy of a bolter fate, took un additional
reef in their outor clothing and plunged
fearlessly forward into the mail whirl of
tho frozen fleece. Sixth aud Seventh avenues,
Broadway and Fourth avenuo, East Iiroadway aud
l)ry Dock lines were entirely stopped lor hours.
Third avenue also broke down, but. not comple'ely.
A horse ou Broadway succumbed beneath ine task
of pulling a stage ovor tho slippery street sn l
against the Dcppering hurricane. He died with tiie
auow for tits winding sheet and his driver was ruooj:
uized wltli a tear frozen lu his ojo lor mo
tbe "animlle-" It IB ? flafrrfint
eifliernrUp irpiur'*!' C"r' Wlth 011 ,U b-.na.ea
SfSImnTJUf^ W(l conveniences, that tins storm
niion ua a!i ML*mal1 proportions should come
T^n nnt... .PlV 7ze 1111 our raeaiis ot local travel,
linos 8 corporations that own tlio
hfrw^?rtrf!fr c0. d have ea911y prevented the
the wrH mn nfV.,lll g?bT sending down town, in
toumifof . afternoon, relays and double
wnrn nMt.ffJ' ?ln t)lttC0 ?f lllUt lllt'* 1 ?=fC tile Old,
?? unli borses ruu, iu a single team, an
Sfor^' ?n en 1,10 ?torm 1,urst they
Thi J?40*1" , ?'"! brough* to a stand
,n !i disgraceful exhibition of incompetency
mlUt i?, {''resight shown by the railroads lust
evening as the universal theme of censure. The
f?r u.le balauce of the winter is uot very
encouraging for those who llvo up towu and do
business below.
The maiUj[from Boston and Ptoiialeiphia, and
? . 11V^300 rtver lined were all delayed
several hours last night.
Tlio Storm In Brooklyn
was very severe. The car horses suffered severely
on nearly every route. Double teams were engaged
on all the routes. At the Fulton ferry in the evening
tho cars were delayed for nearly an hour at the
time when the crowd was returning from New York.
'k ttle, harDe~''i from exhaustion,
MlWf fnr ,h . ul llttle rost m 1,10 way of
h?.?vV ln 1,16 alables. Travel was very
J?, everydirectmn. Tho towboys encased ln
?1 ot nil H? uuifroiu the Fulton ferry struck for
higher wages. They have been receiving ii *J.*> a
JWMid^raeW for *1 60. A committee pre'lously
appointed waited on the directors of tho railroad
company, but their claims lor increased pay wore
Efn ,nf.!7' l"e utul0<" contempu An lndlgiia
wVmn * was Il0ld In the afternoon,
^fr riA.- w.r! "?olved to "stand out" for
ttielr rlgUtH. tow is now soIuk on. however
nSi Sfit,0vd,re.ctloin 01 Krcen hantl<i. while the orlgll
M"1 ?nnninK maliciously at tno mis
ooiupaoy are oaU!,lDK the "stock" of tlio
P'?URhB ?na sweeps were set to work on the
rhi't^fi11r'y,lnthoeveaiuif, l>ut tho snow fell
so fast that only a few cars could get through, und
that by the use of four horses to each car. Ttie
prospect at ten o'clock was that travel ou all the
lines would be stopped before daylight.
The Storm In New Jerncy.
From eight o'clock yesterday morning the storm
was so severe in Jersey City that the horse railroads
were seriously obstructed. There was no regularity
in tho ruuuing of cars, and those who lived in that
part of Hudson county from Bergen to tho Point and
who do business in New York, reached the latter
city by the Central Railroad. Last even
ing the snow drifted with such bitter
ness that the streets were almost deserted.
The trams on the railroads arrived with the usual
regularity till late ln the evening. The Washington
train came in lorty mtuutesJate. Should tho storm
continue there will be sleigh riding to-day, as the
snow was plied in the streets at elovon o'cio'ek last
night to the height oi eight inches and in many
places to twico that height.
The ferryboats made their usual trips up to mid.
Last evening the Pavonla ferryboat Susquehanna
ran into the slip at the foot or Twenty-third street.
New ^ oi'K, with great vlolepce, carrying away a
portion of the fore guanl-ruil aud otherwise dam
aging the boat, but no passengers were injured. The
storm was at its height wliou the accident occurred
and the loiu trio was accordingly perilous.
Tne sleighing at Patersou was excellent last
The Storin Along the Hudson?Clouinff of
Navigation to Albany.
P0UU11KEIF8H, 1>0C. 0, 1800.
Ail day yesterday a heavy northeast snow storm
provailed aiong the Hudson, commencing beiore
daylight. The wind blew a gale aud vessels scudded
before it under bare poles, going to the southward,
hurrying away from points north of Rondout, fear'
ing a sudden closing of the river thereabouts. The
steamboat Eagle, willCh left New burg on Saturday for
Albany, proceeded but a short distance above Iludsoa
w';en. encountering heavy fields of Ice, she was
obliged to put back. Yesterday the steamboats Cl;y
of Hudson and Boardman, running between OatskiU
and Albany, were obliged to succumb to the Icc
King, and were laid up for the season, after havin<*
made extraordinary exertlous to get through. Tlio
steamer Nuppa, plying between Hudson and New
},?JaUle,V^e r<?rV^ J1'1115 &Wfal LouTs aMad o?
* J night. U Is doubtful whether she will
be able to get back to Hudson agaiu before spring.
J be river is full of heavy new ice from Albany 10
a point as far south as Tivoli and the weather is still
cold, Ice forming all the while. Several tows, com
prising 200 or ujO boats, are on their way to New
York and will undoubtedly get through in safety
but no more will leave Albany after to-day. Scores
of sloons and schooners lay at anchor all along tho
river all day yesterday, their decks covered with
snow aud Icicles hanging from the rigging. Boat
men generally are hurrying up business in order
to make "last trips," and everything wears a decl
dedly wlnterish appearance. Towards live p. M
the wind shifted to north-northwest and blew stul
heavier, lifting aud driving tho snow in every direc
tion, making heavy drifts on the Hudson ltiver Rail
road and impeding the progress of trains.
At five o'clock this evening tho siorm had in
creased ln violence and the wind blew almost a bur
roa'/10' UP t0 <Jurk a" trams ran regularly on tne
At Albany tho storm prevailed all day and fur
nished good sleighing.
The Storm in Boaton.
Boston, Dec. 6, i860.
A thick snow Btorm is prevailing here.
The Storm In Bnltlmore.
Baltimore, Dec. fl, isflp.
A violent snow storm prevailed here all day. Now
(U P. M.) It Is bright and clear.
Tho Storm In Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, Dec. o, i860.
About five inches of snow fell ln this city this
afternoon and continued until near midnight, when
it cleared ud and the stars came out brightly.
RocnESTEB, N. Y.t Deo. fl, 1889.
The Erie Canal Is practically closed in this vicinity.
A few boats are being got into the city to-day hv the
use of ice breakers.
Almaryic for New York?Tlili Day.
Sunrises 7 11 | Moonaota evo 8 58
Sun sots. 4 31 | High water. ...eve 11 41
Steamship Holsatla(NCI), Elders, Hamburg Tin Plymouth
anl Cherbourg?Kunhardt Si. Co.
Bteamshlp llattcias. lilac!.woo I, Norfolk?Ola Dominion
Steamship Co.
Steams'ilD Krancoma, Brainr. Portland?J F Amos.
BtoamshioQIaucus. Walden. Boston?W P ClvJ?.
llark I'rlnilcp'nc Alexandra (Dan), Verdon, St Thomas?
Roche, Urns A Coffer.
llrlg Jas Murchle (lir), Cole, Maehlas?Snow A Richardson.
Bcbr Chaa Dennis, Hodgkinson, Mayaguei?M (J Ilodri.
Schr N K Chapman (Br), Brisk, 8t John, N B?P I Novlus &
Schr M Draper, Moid, Raltlmore?TlnlrokB A Murray.
Steamer Blank Diamond, Meredith, Philadelphia.
Steamer Bristol, Wallace. Philadelphia.
Steamship City of Paris (Bri, Mlrehouse, Liverpool Nov 25,
and (Juoenitown iMth, with nulse and passengers, to John u
Steamship Herman Llvln-ston, Cheesman, Savannah, Pen
9, with mdse and pawrigor*, to Livingston, Fox A To. Tho
If L arjlve 1 nt Sandy llonk on Sundav ovcnlng, hut was de
tained In the lower bay liv thicknessot weather. 4th Inst, at
2 Pit, 14 miln north of Uatterae, passed steamship lien
Barnes, bound 8.
stepmphlp Nlagsrs, Blskeman, Richmond, City Point and
Norfolk, with uid'e *nd passengers, to the Old Dominion
Steamship Co. North of llarnc^at, saw a large atiui.pr of
Inward hpun I brigs and ^ehojt)ys;.o;v <r_' '
_ ..v JOU|,j , ___
J*S!*J?Si un '00D after
I#, Freeman, P
L8llln Hettv (N^.
to U A F W Meyer, is ."Whored In the low D*t
Bark Casco, Oardnor, Pei, with lumhnr to master.
Brig Nellie liny. Kandlett, Savn^Oab, 7 days, with yeliow
nine to T M Mayhew A Co; vessel to Maltland, Phelps ,t Co.
Schr Wapella, Perry, Savannah, 8 days, with fellow pine to
T M Mavhcw A Co; vessel to N L McCready A l!o.
Schr LlUr, Hughes, Charleston, 7 days, with mdietoNL
McCready A Co.
Canal boat C D Nichols, Nichols, Montreal, 14 days, with
lumber to R W Cameron.
Canal boat N C Nl< hole, Nichole, Montreal, 14 days, with
lumber to R W Cameron.
Canai boat A Lincoln, Rogere, Oswego, with mdee to mas
Canal boat II White, Kent, Oswejo, with mrtseto master.
Canal boat Do Soto) Yeamans, Oswego, with m lsc to mas
The bark Nornen (Nor), from Bordeaux, Is consigned to
Wundt, Tetema Bocimann, and not as reported yesterday.
Pn?ML-d TliViiugh Hell Unto!
Steamship Wamsutta, Fish, New Bedford for Now York,
with mdsc and t' i?suncers to Fertueon A Wood.
Bohr Jttita A Martha, Dti, Calais lor New York, with lum
ber to Hlmp?on .k Clupp.
Bchr Rattlesnake, Mershon, Portland, Me, for Philadelphia.
Schr Cabot, Bunker, Boston for New York.
Schr ? F Randolph, Steelman, Provlleuce for New York.
BOUND It nr.
Schr Wm D Mangsm, Chase, New York for New Bedford.
Inward bound brigs and schooners; o:? ?--*T7 '
clipper ship bound in, whlcfl ?..i.l'' 11 '*r?'
oblige i to haul oT Phoro, Is the storm ??,ni r",, Woul ""
passing them. (ThaTCrlveU goJCnSu ?D '?on "f,ei
'?amjhlp Fas Itn, Freeman, Philadelphia, with trnise to J
Brig La Cayenne (Br), Doherty, from Went Indies. (Ite
ce.ved a pilot flth lint, alf tho Woodland*, from pilot boat E
1 William", No 14).
Marine Dlsiuters.
Rottfrpam, Dec 6?Rark Theone (NO'. Captain Hel
mcrs, which arrrlod from Philadelphia Nov 19, aud having
on board MO bbls petroleum, bu bMn burned la tht harbor,
(From book* of Plus street News Room.)
Poktlakd, Me, Deo ???chr Mary Alio*, of Uneolnville,
waa loat on Truudy's Reef, Cape Kllsa.eth. Caulalu John C
Parry, and two of the crew, named R Pendleton and hugene
Dear, perished.
StiamfuD C Harkin. Wakeman, from New Vort tor
San Francisco, before reported foundered, waa built In Niw
York in 1W.j bv Com Vandcrbilt. but bad never been to ?#i
until she started on her pr-sent voyago. Tliero is Insurance
on the renanl In Button at different olicea In Mate street to
the am out of ?50,l?4).
Hiiip Garihn ItKAoti, Lcwia, from Calcutta, before re
ported arrived at Hoaton dismasted, report* on the afternoon
of tbe ltd (nut, passed Cape Cod, Willi an easterly wind.
Shortly after It began to in w, and at 4 I'M made an unsuc
cessful effort to gel Id o Provencclown harbor. Falling 1a
tlila, and the weather growing thick, ran for Bolton, At 2
o'clock uest uioriilug a Unlit waa asm, the ahtp at the time
making very little headway. At 4 30 the light bore
N W by W, and at 7:30 loat sight of It. The wind waa lb ti
blowing frusli from the NK, with thick snow, nnd according
to soutidings waa floating in 13 fathoms of water, when tho
best bower aorhor w ?* Ut go, but tho chain porting tho port
anchor was thrown out. This did not hold the vessel, for she
soon began drifting near the shore. The rhlp was then off
Cohaaset. At 9 AM Friday morning it was deemed necaa.-ary
for the safety of the vessel to cut away the masts, which Wii*
accordingly done, when the alilp cease 1 to drai< further.
Hark CAKACtitun (l!r>, chisbolm. lrom Londou Oct 27 for
Boston, put into Lisbon prior to 1st lust, leaky.
Hhio Oi.inha (Bf\ from Port au l'rlnce for Harre, put
Into Nassau, NP, 24|h uit leaking.
IlBto B Ynnmi ?The Irak in the b-lg B Youn-. at fern fin
dlna for New Yor e, waa canned by the deck load putting tho
upper streak* under water, the seams, nnneeoiiuto
sore to aun, baring openedl Suivey recoinmeu Jed that the
vessel reload and proceod.
Sunn Julia. from Boston for M John, NB, waa totally
wrockcd oil Irlabtown, Nil, on Saturday night last Due 4).
Crew saved.
Soiitl A M Gott?Tie wreek of the schr August* M fiott.
of Boookavllle, Me, from llangnr for Martinique, abandoned
Jan 3, lb09, was boarded on the 3ll.li Oct, In lat 29 45, Ion 2.J 1".
Hails A IIkatom, Douglass. at Portland, O, from New
York, encountered a hurricane tidal wave off the River Plaio
which detained the vessel nearly a month. The captain,
mate and some of the crew are down with the scurv/.
Soiih K S OisniniuT.rBvr, Carrol, (run Portland, Ct, for
New York, ran ashore on Ltttlo Mlil Kock, Hell Hate, 4th Inst,
and (Med with water; will be raised by wreckmaMor Brown
and put on Antorla Heacli, The steam Derrick \V m Ti uxton
took oil her rteok load of brown stone Yesterday, and she
was In all probability got off last night at Ligh water.
Suiiu J 1 Woktuimmtom, Brower, from Jacksonville for
Providence, put Into Charleston 3d lust, leaky.
Sohb Emma L Pop.trb, front Tmks Island for Phlladel
uhla, put Into Nassau 27th ult leaky.
Coweh. Nov 23 -The Argossv (American ship). Read, ar
rived to day from Caliao with loss of malntopumil head, cut
water aud sails and making water.
Holviieap. Nov 22 -The John Williamson, from Liverpool
for Philadelphia, has put in with cargo shifted, and will Irive
to discharge portion of cargj to get to tbo between deck
beams, four being broken.
London, Nov 3d Ship Agra (Br), Barbor, from Newcastle,
NSW, Sept 7 for San Francisco, has put into Sydney, NSW,
leaky. Bark Margaret Falconer (Bi>, Scott, from Newcastle
for San Francisco, also put Into Svdney with cargo damaged;
would have to'discharge for repairs.
Plymouth, Nov 21?The Koerldderen, Larsen, from Lon
don for Provideneo, KI, pul In here to-day leaky.
Qufbnrtown, Nov 26 -The British ship America (formerly
American ownership , Cnpt Bartlett, from London for New
York, with a general cargo, which put in hero on the -8u Inst
In a leaKv condition and with crew refusing to pro, "e 1 in
consequence, is discharging her car jo in order that she may
go Into dock to have the necessary repairs affected.
Ship Tmpf.Ait. Kessenden. for San Francisco, which
struck on a roek off Coentles slip 1 fitU ult, whllo going to sea,
Ship Roiirrt L Lave was sold at New Bedford Xd Inst by
tbe United .States Marshall to W C N Swli't lor ^JO.GOO.
Cleared at Boston 4th, schr Carrie Jones, Cornell, Atlantlo
Arrived at New Bedford 3d. ship Com Morris, [lowland.
Atlantic < Icean, with WH> bbls sp and 6(1 do wh oil. Fen home
on the voyage KHJ hols sp oil. Took a l.i bul sp wh last Mon
day. Spoke. Nov 1, bark Addison, Cornell, New \ ors, b2 bp,
and saw her Nov 1!'.
Arrived at Bermuda ?2d ult'scbr Louisa A Senior, of Bos
ton, with 4t! bbls humpback and 6 do sp oil.
Sailed from Si Helena Oct 6, bark daltcna, Jennings, SI I,
for Klver Plato.
Ship Othello, Tlnkham, from Phlladelpkla Aug 22 for Ban
Francisco, Sept 2*5, lat 7 N, Ion 1!9 W.
Ship ileo hurlbut, Masson, from Liverpool for Mobile. Nov
18. lat 49, Ion Hi.
Ship 0 0 Morton, Taylor, from Basseln for London, Nor 5,
lat 27 30, Ion 84:0 W.
Ship Moonlight, Nichols, from Shields for Rio Janeiro, Oct
19, lat 4 17 N, Ion 24 f,9.
?Bark Francis t'arvll, Hogan, from Liverpool for (ialveston,
Oct 21, lat 42UI,lon 13.
Bark Lapwing, Benthall, from Baltimore for Bio Janeiro,
Nov 13, off Bermuda.
An American bark, S3 days from London for Pe.iang, Sept
8, lat 31 21 S, lou 62 09 E,
Foreign Port*.
Antwerp, Nov !S?Arrived. Matterhorn, Curtis, Akyab.
Al.on.il l, Nov 11?Arrived, Meulun, Svelllaud, NYorlt.
SaKM'HlUYF.J^ {lov 22 Sal'ed, Ocean, (.trdea. New Or
leans; rofhr.eer, Roeu, Savaftnan ; Henri, Wessels, NYork.
Brouwkkhhaven, Nov 22-KHiled, II B Wright, Treat,
NYork ; Lawrence Brown, Janvrin, Boston (and was off the
Uoodwin 24tli).
Baboflona, Nov 15?Satlod, Eerbice, Noel, Savannah.
BobiiTaux, Nov 2U?Arrived, Creole, LucCs, NYork; 21st,
P C Merrvman, Soule, CaUao.
Bangkok. Oct 3?Arrived. Borneo, Buraley, Singapore
(and sailed 20th for Boston1.
Hatavia, Oct 11?Arrived, Cashmere, Kingman, B jstou.
Failed Oct 2, Nevada, Lunt, Tagal, .tc.
UCF.NOH AvRFti, Oct 18?Arrived. Siri na, Baltimore.
CARtitrF, Nov 22-Sailed from Penarlh Dock 22d, Taclfic,
Blanchard, Catlao.
Cfpualonia, Nov 11?Sailed, Emblyn, Cottlngham, New
Pf.at.. Nov 24?Patted by. Two Marys,tJMarshall, frcm Bos
ton for Rotterdam.
Dunkirk, Nov 23?Arrived, Ma* Splller, Mohnsack, NYork.
Oi.ahuow, Dec 5?ArrneJ, eteouuiblu Iowa, Ucddcrwick,
(flintALTAR. Nov 6? Arrived. John Patten, Hill, Valencia
(and cleared fur Savannah); lHth, Star of U:>pc, hMtnoo,
Philadelphia (and cleareil for Uuuoai; 17:h, Laurel, Carmi
cliael, NYork; Florence Treat. Short, Usllao.
H amiil'B i. Nor 21?Arrived, Mount Washington, Tltcomb,
Cailuo; Uncle Toby. Sic ens, do.
Sailed 22d, Frederick Petersen, Larssen, Pan Francis,-o.
Sailed from Cuxbaven 22d, Shaks' carc, Jor^enspn, N <>rk.
Hri.aokt, Nov 21?Arrived, William, Cole, I'nl.adelpliia;
23d. Nancy M, Mosher, Baltimore; Khonc, McDouguli, New
Cleared 21st, Wm Brown. Hopkins, Boston; Frank Lovltt,
Carr, Philadelphia; L It (.llclirlst, Watts, England.
IIAV2E, Nov 22?Arrived, H A Brightraan, Ward, Cardiff;
231. Teutonia s), Bar ends, Hamburg (and clenred for Havana
and New Orleans).
Havana, Nov27 -Cleared,brigs R C Wright, Walker, Ba'
tlmore; Anna Lindsey Br), McAlmoo, Nkork;2$th, Elien II
(Br), IJwyer, Pensacola.
IIardor Uiiaob, NF, Nov 16-Arrlvcl. bark Windsor,
Cochran, Baltimore.
Liverpool, Nov 22?Arrived, Harvest Queen, Schi'tr,
Bermuda; Wanderer, Robbltis, Wllmlnetoa, NO; Agra,
Holme*, Haiti more; 23d, Sedbursh, Berry, New Orleans.
bailed 21st, Arbutus. Butcher, Boston; 2-'d, Calilopu, Lis
weli, New Orloans; Chancellor, Collin, Philadelphia; 231,
Mar.ithon (S>, I<e Mesurler, Boston anJ NYorh; Oene-'
va. Kerr, NYork; Tulsce, BellegaM, Philadelphia;
Surprise, Gibbons, Wilmington, NC; Jane J Sontbard,
BlHhop^ New Orleans; Margaret Evans, Slulloy, Savannah;
24th, The Oueen, Hctberlngton, t^hurlrston; Holder W si,
Brown, (jalveston; Virginia (s, Thomas, and Nevada ,s,
Wiliiams, NYork; Industrl, sodlah, and Ollnda (s), Lan^,
New Orleans (anot ier account states fur Purnambuoo);
Omaha, l'.allard, Philadelphia.
Cleard2'jd, tieorge Canning, Bradfonl, Philadelphia; 24th,
Harvest t^ueen, J hi. sen, NYork; Annie Torru/, JLlbly,
Charleston; Pioneer (S). Shacltford, Savannah.
Entereil out 22d, Colorado (s), Hiiliauis, for NYork;
Brothers' Pride, Smith, Boston; I'rim, Jensen, Oalve.i;ion;
83d, Palmyra (n. Watson, Boston and NYork; Devonshire,
Pack, !'hli*oelph1a: Omaha, Ilewlsm, New Orleans; SJtli,
Citv of Brooklyn (*), Brooks, and -Louisiana (s , ,
N \ ork ; Moravian (s). Brown, Portland; Alfred, (irar, Sa
vannah; E II llaws, Mears, Baltlmoi ?; Adali.t is), eai.iicr
son, Charleston; Harvest vtuecn, Scholti, Ilrrmu la.
London, Dec 3?Airlved, ship Ringleader, Hamlin, Ma
V.ntered out Nov 24, South America, Bnynr l, NYork.
Lf.iiimun, Nov 16?Arrived, Josephine llarlln, Ftckett,
LONDONnEltRY, Deo 4?Arrived, ?chr W L Burroughs,
Lowden, NYork.
MoNTtvinzo, Oct 28?Arrived, bark Isabel (Port), Pensa
cola. . _
Mkrhina, Nov 18?Sailed, Pehamyl. Crosby, Boston.
Nai'I.hr, Nov 14-Arrlved, Louisa Bruno, Kusso. NYork;
lStb, Nuova l'rovidenza, Ma..g:iruu?, do; le'ih, A,o!us, Per
kins, do. . ,
Nassau, NP, Nov 17?Arrlvea, brig John McDonald (Br),
Stiles, NYork (and sailed 2 ith for Ezumasnd NYork1; 2Jd,
schr* Conuettn, Crnlce, St Domingo ian i sailed 27th for Sa
vannah); 24th, Plfoatmun, Humphrey, Baltimore; iflt'i. ?rc
turus, (Joodsell, New Haven; 27th, Emma L Porter, Sparks,
Turks If lauds for Philadelphia isee Disasters).
Oporto, Nov 1.' Arrive I, Carolina, Ne.,rao, NYork.
OiiEHSA, Nov S?Arrive l, A de Boot, llo,it, Philadelphia.
Port Emzab>tu,^CUH, Oct IS?In port brig Amanda, for
Boston, ldc.
Plymouth, Nov 24 Off the Eddystono 231, Jonas Smith,
Nichols, trom London for Buenos Ayres.
yUKENBTOWN, Nov 28?Arrived, ship America (Br), fart
leti, London for NYork, In distress; l'eo 6, tteamsliip Mau
hattan, Forsyth. NYork for Liverpool in<l proceeded).
Sallodd (before reported 18th), l'osuolt, Sprague, Lewis
(from ("allao), Hull.
OUFLKC, Dec 4?In port ship Mary Fry, Fry, for Va'pa
Kottlboam, Nov 82?Cleared, Clara, Probst, NYork.
Kio (Ja.v.Niir., Oct 7?Sailod, W atarillv, Hocken, NYork.
Rio Janfird, Oct S#-8ailod, Ilotty Marv. Davis, NY.jrk,
Pam'omuv, Nov 23?.put in, Progress, Simons, from Lon
don for Philadelphia.
Sn iNKMl'NDB. nov 21?Amved Catharine, Stuhr; R S tp
plclch, Plagcr.,; Minna, Stunekei; C A llenp. SVIlken; he
source, 11 ra',; Frlednch Scalla, Waak; Oma, I'omclty, and
Neiimsmn, N York ; Hoffnun ;, WaKIs, PbU^delphla ?
HlltBlus, Nov 24?Arrived, Lark'pur, TohnfifT
an, ...... " ? ? *>* r.'i" f-i.
SourimiPTOH, peo <?Arrived, steamship JCalti (Nu),
Von Oterendorp. NYork l'o.- Bremen (and proceO'ii.T'.
Tkxel, Nov 21? Sailed, Charlotte, tiatjen, New (irlenn?.
Tamatavb (Madagascar), Oct 6?Arrived, bark (ill.le,
Ilatliorn, Salem i and sailed Wh for /.unribar .
Yarmouth. N8. Nov !i?^nived, schr Welcome Home,
Hat!:ehl, NYork; 24th, bark Evangeline, Jacques, Wilming
Cleared 53d, brig S C Shaw, Landers. Montevideo.
Amorican Porre.
BOSTON. Dec 4. PM.-Arrived, bark Norah, Olbbs, Kenne
bunk, to load for Havana.
Cleared?Steamers Blacdstone, Loveland, Baltimore via
Norfolk; Norman, BpggS. Philadelphia; schi-s A A Andrsws
Ktudley, Baltluiure; Ira Lallrlnier, Chadwlck, Phlladelpula;
Cranitu State, Burgess, Ni'urk; Mary Baker, Ellis, cape
Sailed Steamers Norman, C Whiting and Blackstono;
shii Premier.
full - Arrived, schr* E B Wheaton, Atkins, Wilmington, NC;
I lia May, Rich, Tangier; Lewis C Benton, Barnard, do;
Mary Steele, lltgglns, Pocomoke Klver, Va; James Alder
dice, WllleUs; C ll Moiler. Brown; Ann s lir.iwn, Smith;
Western Star, Cm well; Millard Fillmore, Chase; Boson,
Nlckerson; R W Godfrey, Garwood; Z L Adams. Bobbins;
Searsvlllo, Chase; S A Hoffman, Hoffman; H A Hunt, Peter
sou , S T Alburgor, Corson; Sarah Watson, Smith; T Sltt
n ckson, Dlckorson; Cynis Fosse;!, liar !lng, andTTTasier,
Allen, Philadelphia; Jason, Sprajtie; Mary Augusta. Lord,
and Sliver Bell, Bailey, Eluabethport; Jam s Warren,
Drlsko, llo'ioken; Balsora L Sherman, Phlnney, /?lijany;
Eveline, Ollmore, l'oughkeepsie; Ann Flower, ? bite, Mai
den, NY; I'. Arcularlus, Gregory; Arctic, Ilah; K C Vcrrlll,
Fales, aud Romeo, Drlnkwater, ltondout.
Rt h- Arrlveil, brig Q W Morris. Morris, Surinam.
Also arrlvea 6th, steamers George Appold, Ba'tlmore; Al
bemarle, NYork ; brlj;s EUey, Monrovia; Lady Monck (Hr),
Gordon, Kingston, J a*; schrs J K K, Port au Prince; >ran
conia1.lacksonvi le. .
BALTIMoliK, Doc 4-Arrived, brigs Harry.Sedgley, Hava
na; Mississippi (Br , Marebant, Demarara; sclirs C 0 t'larn,
Crook, St Auorcws, C F Mnvo, McMillan, Boston; M B Har
ris, Crowley, NYork ; Goo B'McClellau, Kcene, Portland; Sua
Nymph, Conley, Nctv Hedlord.
Cleared Brig Mary li Ladd (Br), Wyman, West Indies;
?Hydra (Br), Sw iln, Hallras, NS; J Grliiltb, Coombs,
i; A V Bergen. Thompson, Provldonco; New lira,
>,Albany; II A llorton, Jones, Uobokeo; Yuba, Kobin
son, do.
Balled-Brig Mnntevl li
5tb?Arrive 1. steamship Baltimore (NO), Toecttler, Bro
<Uh ? Below, bark Laura (Mfl), Wllmsen, from Bremeo;
brkNavarino, Blood, Ua*ma.
UP.Li-'AST, Nov 25 -Salle I, *cbr Malabar, McCarty, Bon
I.DGARTOWN. Doo 5-Arrlvel, schrs Emma C Verrlll,
FkIik, ami Orand Inland, Mjlntirc, NYork f r B'iston; Elisa
beth, Arcu irim Ursjory, do fur do; ltlcharl Dull winkle,
Kro eh. do ;or .-'.aleni.
CHARLESTON, i >oc 3-Arrlved, bark Clara, Nlnkol*. Liv
erpool ; J J Worthlngton, , Jacksonville, bound U?
Pr >?? Idence, and pin la iu i*y.
i leared-Brl^t Joven Autonlo (Bp1, Carbonell anil Major
ca; A Fomentj (Hp), tlslna, Itarcofona; pdaere fcrmctlnd*
<>p>, do; ichrt A K <ilov*r, Terry, H .tton; t) Wa?*en, Tap
lc". Satllia; IU ph Carlton, Curtis. Philadelphia.
Sai.e 1?Milp hllen Southard, Morse, Liverpool; barks I>oi
Junto, Bon'.nT, do; Mary KUIain (Br', Butler, do; bi.g* O P
Geary, < o.ikllu, 1'hlladoiphla; Gambia, ??. Jacksonville;
sehrt Marian .she, herd, N York; Lime Carr, (Jilchr.it,
Chtoholm'i I?!a i.t; W i) Thoma*, Wlimuora, Philadelphia.
FKRNAN! IN A, Nov SO?Arrived, biig llrud.uel (ilr), (ior
dan, N York.
hriK Sarah
Miao'iluf, for
Ci?.ir?o-Ur MerevTTrundv, Haven, NYork.
F-'it.'REg; MON'.tOE. Du; H-P-ased out,
Crowi?!', aiM Ur Willie, for Mayaguoz; suhr si
St Domingo.
UKOiiuEIOVli, SO, Nov 2R?Arrived, *cer* Margaret M
Lui-v, Crosier, <lurle*ton; Emmi, Anthony, Petersburg;
Pabnt, liankiu, NYork; 30th, l-I B Hooper, Champion, Bos
Cleared 87th, ?ehrs Susan Wright, Pierce, NYork; Dm 1,
liu l?y. Henders in, Bonto.i.
INDIANOLA, Nov 12? Arrive I, ichr Julia A R'der, Rider,
Cleared 20tU, brig Belle of the Ihy, Noyei, NYork.
JACKSONVILLE, Nov SO?Cleaicd, siilp Auu K Carll, Ty
ler, N York.
KEY WEST, Nov 22-Arrl ed, schrs Three 9titer*. Rhine*.
Ruatantand cleared Mth for l'rn?aeola; Fannlx A Italic)-,
i.ocite, El.xabe.:i;ort an! cleared Mth tor dot; Km ma K
Hart, Hart, NYork; bri,j Bessie, HoJfus. New Orleans for
Liverpool, In distress.
NF.W" OKL.r-.ANS, N'ov EC?Arrlted, ateauiihlpi Mi'hanka,
Smith, Cardiff; Juni ita, Iloxie, Philadelphia; ship* Uh'aud,
llaljt*. Bremen; KJxabelh Yoe, Scott, St Vincent; Muse*
May, Wood worth, Loud.iu; harks La Loulnaua, Toufl'et.
Havre; Aure'la, Baker, Boston; brie Jane Ooodyesr, Pmli,
ltio Janeiro.
Cleared?Steamship Hermann (NO), Wenke, Bremen vtft
Havana and Southampton; brl^ A M Puta.tui, Atwood, Boa
Dee 1?Arrived. *hlpn Lord r>ola'ion??ay ? (Br Rautlago da
Cn'm ; Antare.tle, VceUoker, Llvorpool; bark ilarvoat Uouia,
? iorme.n. LoJonadeiry; seUrJafl iior ien, Mall, Boaton. Ite
lo?, coinln : up, ul lp-< Erie. Halfback: Allan, Lock, and La
Gloria, Rood, rtoin Livtirpool; Ktifomla*. Sail*, from Barcelo
na; Union, iloinuioni, from Havaoa; Looaora new Orlf
liu, fr-jtn l.'clfmt; James A Wrli;ht, Morac, from Answer ?;
Charter Oak, Tukey. i rom Car till; Trawiueoar, llowanL
from Llvcrp ot: bark* B ?l? t Ann, H i-jhea, fordo; H 11
Itrookman, Fa-in, from Oenon; Eva H Kl?k, Emory, from
Llvorpool: Sea Ragh>, DowIiuk, froro Vera Cruit Antulnotia,
Rui'-nuu, from Bremen; P.d'.iarJ, llalheri'.adt, iroin Havre;
Mar*ala, Chlehero, from O noa via Cadii.
Cleared?jtcamahln Cuba, Ihikeh irt, Baltimore via Kay
Wen and Havina; anlpi V> W Che.pman, Miller, Uavi?; Wm
Cumin in;*, Miller, Liverpool.
fcloc I'ttWKirt' Pabu, Deo 1-Sall?d. ihip* Oettyaburj, flo!
conda, and Oillem; hark* Victoria, Lnthella. and Palmu;
Iris*Sultana, and Mexico; *c!in Challenger, audJ Simon
NORFOLK, Dee 6?Cleared, brljj Clara, Liverpool.
Salle l-Htoamer^aratorfa, NYorr.
PHILADELPHIA, l>?:v 4?Arrived, barMary LowarUon
fBr), Morrl*. Oreenock; Elena Br), Stewart, Ivi^tut; brig K
Tliurlow, Oalliaoi), N Yora;; Ileportir, Coomb*, do.
Cleared?KrU Lewis Clark, B^rtlett, Matanza*; ichr Al
thea, Smith, Port Spain.
5th-Arrived, bark* Ooretto (NO), BoUulken, NYork; Cy
clone (Br), Forbea, dhelburnu, NS.
PORTLAND, Dec6?Cleared, brig Alraon Rowell, Druko,
Havana. _
PROVINcBTOWN, Dee 5-In port, *leamer Dlrl;o, from
NYork for Portland; ateamt ig Cur.ew, from Philadelphia
for Boston.
PAWT..OKBT, Doc 4 -ArrlvaJ, schra J H Young, Barrett,
sal.e-l?Solirn JHYonm ns, on lersleeve; Tunl* Bo Hue,
Buncc, and Hoxanna Burley, Phillips, NYork.
RI' Hv.dND, Dec4?Arrive I, iWanuulp Saratoga, Alexan
der, NYork.
>ai!"d--Schr L A Edward*, Maraliall, NYork.
K.tN KKANCISCd, l)e-;ft?Arrived, Ontario, Mltohell, anl
ChloTtain, H i.lfrer, NYorlc.
Sailed?Bark Tiiurso llir), Love, Liverpool.
SAVANNAH, I'ee 2?Salle !, V S luonltir Dictator, Cal
honn, Kev V'ost; hark T H Arn'tronj?. I.ol ;e, Br-men.
SALEM, Dec 5?Arrived, achr O Lawrence, Wilmington;
Norah, M lUrltlue for NYork.
STONINOTON, Dec4?Arrived,>chr Jno Loveland, NYork
for Taunton.
WiLMlN\i roj, Nc, Dec 1 Arrived. *te imahtp Regtilator.
Penninjton, H York; bark Ellen (3r), M-gulie, Liverpoolj
brlx Alva (.!Annstr injr, Cardenas.
i.li-are 1?Steamship Empire, NeMon, NYork; brlrrLllv Dala
, Ur), Barnard, Ulua/ow ; sohr Itlslnc Sun, Jones, Boston.
The Canard M31I steamship Scotia will leave this
port on Wednc3 ]ay lor Liverpool."
The malls ror Europe will cioso at the Post OlBce
at eigbi o'clock A. M.
Tub New York Herald?Edition for Europe?will
t>e realvat balf-pant s^ven o'clock In the morning.
Single coplcs, iu wrappers for mailing, six coats.
* i
C\RitoT.r??In Harlem, on Monday, December <L
Daniel, brother of John J. and James Carroll, a^ed
2i years.
Ilia lfiends aud tUose of the family are rospectfullr
Invited to attend the lunei'dl. on WedneH>Jay, at
twelve o'clock, from St Joseph's church, comer of
128th street and Ninth avenue, and from thence to
Winchester lor interment.
[for other Deaths tee Eleventh Page.]
Slelnvrny At Nons?
manufacture:* of lirand, Sqnaro and Upright
bc^ to announce
in tlielr prlcca, in accordance with the Uwllnj In Ilia pro
mltim on c-jIJ. anil conao.irnt docrcajed cost of Imports
artlclej ose 1 In tike raanuiactura of pianoforte". In a'UII
tion to tlieir entatllsli il s;-le* of pianofortes S'i'EIM WAY A
HONS, In order to meet a fonj felt and frequently e^i messed
want, bv person* of modei ate m?->n?, teaeher*. ?ch >ol?, Ac.,
liave i er.ojted arran .eiueuU for Ihn manufaturo of til ou
tlrelv new *tv!e of Instrument, terme 1
A thoroughly complete Instrument of seven octavo*, pre
cisely the *ame In *.ze, *eale. Interior inechani*m aud work
manship as their lushest priced seven octave Pi too*, too
oniy di ierence belns That tills new slyit of lnstrumeat i* ooa
?tructed In a perfectly plain, yet eicced'njjly neat citertor
case. Tnese new instrumrnu will be supplied to these who
desire to posse-.i a thoroushljr tlrst c.as* "Stelnway Piano,?
yet are limited in mean*.
STHIN WAY & SONS also desire to call special attention
to tbulr new
with double Iron frime, patunt resonator, tubular fram*
action, an I new !<olt pedal, whicn are matcbleu in volume
and iiualtty of ton.-. t:id sipissln; facility of action,
wnile *tatiling I oncer in ton* and oaing more r"l?? ?*?*? to
atmospheric mtluuuccs than any other piano at present man
Price lists and illustrated caulosucs mailed free on appli
Nos. lj'Jar.il 111 l as'. Fourieentii street. New York,
between Fourth avenue aud Irving placo,
A.?Tlie New 'lirne'c.?A lleliflrhtfnl Illonns
of restcrlna the original color of i;ray lia r ba* Leen di*e.ov
?rol. A thoniand attemptfl have bean made In this direction,
HAIR, I* the Prst and only rnicce?*. It I* a clear fluid. Tha
article It pleasant to ccery *en^e an l beln; free from sedi
ment, is not shrouded from the lljlit by impervious wrapper*,
Ul-.e the tltoy r.nJ disgusting hair coloring nostrums hltlierta
A*?'Tlie Knox [Int.?The Knox lint is Novel
aril mm tir a In form. U;hl, durable and appropriate1 1 all
wearers. No comp in nt of equal co.iijirei ?'ns r tneis c?n
bo p,fl ! any import.vl production, or anr of the boms mala
a:t..:ir? that nr- regarded as utterly worthier* br fasblonat>l?
rntl s. Tin1 KNOX fall f.y e (to be admired at 918 Broadway)
Is, tMs bo iso 11 as heretofore. the tile.
A.?Ford iTr Tii?r>o"? Manifhetnrfnir H!'ver?
smith*, Tvb ?!"*and ret 1!', Noa. 7?7 an 1 73J B.oalway,
corner Tenth street, up stairs.
A.?WosUlter Strips Kxelnde Cold, Wimd.
dust, ic. BUEBICK BROS., 63 Kulton s'.reot, Nevr York.
A.?flinTlcn I). Prctlricks ?&- Co., P.ntm
graphers, 5*7 Broadway, opposite Metropolitan Hotel, weia
awarded i;olU me.lal for best photographs at American Insti
tute Fall'.
A.?V.?r. S. I'irn Kvliniriilshrri lamp ai
supplied to the N. V. Klrc Depnrtmont. Always r*vly foe
tnswnt use. Ko bul.iling safe wit nut it. Hew ire of w irtti
1-js Inventions. 8. Klro Extinguisher Company, Nj.8
Dey street. New York.
A.?T.atHea'Faces RtinmoIIci t aNt? tlio Pm?
psration fur axle,with lustroottoas, by M. L.VU.-U J S t. JII
n. I?. F.?Tlie IleitmrknblR Properties of
BROWN'S BiiON'i 111A I> TR0C1IK8 hare been thoroughly
tested since titst Introduced. Tho demand for litem Laa
st a Illy Increased, ami. purely upon tiu-irown merits, they
bavo found favor with t!i iso who. from pulmonary. I r 1 ictilal
or n?thtii*tic complaints, require tUern. Kor coughs and
colds they are efficacious.
_ - ? -r
CrIjt?ilori?'* . ? --
and applied <" venflllll flair , I>yf.?""laid
?. sts Wig nn J seaip faetory, .V.i. 0 Astor House.
Krrl'ijr Hut Noble.?Self-Help fa r Yoinst
men w'.io, having erred, ilesiro a better m*nboo l. Sunt In
sealed letter envelopes, free of churgc, Address HOWARD
A^oOllAHON. boit i', Philadelphia, I'a.
Finn Watches ontl Jewelry
Of all descriptions for SALE and KHPAIRED hy Crst class
workmen. OEU. C. ALLEN ,t SO.v, 1,17;! ltroivlwav.be
tween 1 ?e:>tv s-venth an I Twenty eighth streets, an.I till
Broadway, 0110 door bolow Canal street.
Iron t'rcslinsr* for Frcncli
or Manaar.l Kmfs, of
twentv-two different patterns,
unequalled In l>eat)ty of design.
Illustrated sheets sent on nppilcstlon.
Iron Frouts and evcru description of Iron Work
for imiidlncB.
Iron Wor'/? in Twenty-eighth street, Seuond avenue, and
Twenty ninth street, New York.
In View of the Deception Prartlcc! by Deal
ers in worthless OrloJe an l other spurious Imitation watchec
bnyrrs of gi'tiuitin AMERICAN WATCHES should mviuiit
1,1 j demand a certltioaw of genulness.
Proprietary Medicines for Hale, Int-'inline
Mexican Mustang Melment. LyonV Katlinlron, Maguoll*
Balm, Lyons' l'owder ami other valuable articles.
\VM. E. ?VEK^ON, fiJ Broadway.
Rlion'iintlHm. Nnnrttlffin, n Specialty.?r?r.
legally warranted. Prloes reduced. Sold by all druggists.
Special Sale of
(fit. Nicholas block).
As we re \ulro all tbe room In our two rctsll i!ej ti'tmenW
for an extensive new stock, we bavo taken the aKive stora
for a short :lm.; to closo out all goods manufactured pterlous
to the prceut SSMon.

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