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Hetrepolitan Police Itams and Gleanings of
Newi Item* of All Sorta.
The following record win snow the chanjes m tu e
temperature for the past twanty-four hours in
comparison with the corresponding dar of la?t
yenr, as indicated by the thermomctor at Hudnnt's
pharmacy, Uekald Uuildtug, comer of Ann atieet:?
1S(J9. 137J. laijj. 1B7U.
? A V 67 06 SP. M 78 SO
?A. M M CO 61'. M 78 79
tM.M 72 75 9 P. M 74 78
12 M 80 82 UP. \I 73 73
Average temperature yesterday 74J.
Avt'iatce temperature for corresponding date
last year 73}f
lira. .Vreeland, the Tombs Police Court tragedienne,
went to Sing Slug for a four years' sojourn yesterday.
The Police Board held a meeting yesterday, Commissioner
Uoiworth In the chair. No business of
uy account was transacted.
The number of deaths for the past week la 720,
showing an increase of 264 over the previous wee*,
i act in a great measure attributable to the intense
James Stewart, aged thirteen, of No. 131 Charlton
street, wan slabbed in the leg and slightly wounded
by an uuknown lad, yesterday, who made bis
escape. fckewart was taken home.
The arrests by the police during the past week
were as follows:?Saturday. June 25, M6; Sunday.
190; Monday, 27, 274; Tuesday, 28, 260; Wednesday,
20, 230; rnuisday, 30. 254; * rid ay, July 1, 265?
total, 1,8*7.
Coroner Rollins yesterday held an Inquest at No.
1 Wesr Twenty-math street on the remains of Mr.
Ueonto (ireer, who died rom the effects of Injuries
Accidentally received lata on Krlday aiternoon, by
failing lroui Ins uln.ng room window into the area.
George Nelson, of 465 Greenwich street, who so
erne'.ly beat bis wife recently, the particulars of
which affair have a ready appear d in the Hkbai.d,
vuh ycnterday committed l?y Justice Hogan at the
Touitia to awatl tue result of the injuries.
The body fonnd in the water at the foot of Thirty*
eighth street, East river, has been ldentlriel as that
of Peter Meehan, late of No. 410 East Fifty-ninth
Ktrcet. It la supposed he was drowuud oa Tiium:.iy
evening while batuijg.
Yesterday morning Eighteenth ward omrers discovered
a river tulef at ttie root of Eighteenth
?lr et. They got a bo it aod pursued him, when he
abandoned h s boat and lied. The boat contained a
liU'U amount of stolen property, and wu marked
J). Blackburn.
At a mecang of the Excise Board yesterday Commissioner
John II. Williams was elected president
and David V. Freeman (appointed vice Colonel Prire,
resigned) treasurer. Tile number ol licenses granted
by tne Koa d to the present time are 5,757, and the
amount of money received for the sume $Ji8,MZ
The inquisition In .the ease of William T. Kelly,
' live and n half years or age, late of 414 East Eighteenth
street, drowned on the 28Hi ult. by fall ng
into a soap vnr. tilled with wsiter, at 420 -aiue s>rect,
was concluded belore Coroner Rollins jesierdayat
tO'1 city (tali. Tne jury rendered a verdict oi accidental
The members of flie new Hoard of Aldermen are,
by virtue of their positions as Aldermen, also Supervisors,
and will oriMiur.e as the new Board of SuP?i
visors at. noon to-morrow, in the room ol the old
Foard or Kupc.,hois. ihe Mayor will, ex ojlclo,
be chairman of the new Board.
John McK.ee, shoe dealer, of*514 Third avenue, who
woe arrested and held to bail at the York v.lie Poll e
Court recently on a charge or stealing a pocketbook
from a woman named Allen, who was trying to patronize
n.s e xablliihnie.it, was honorably discharged
on Friday last.
During the week ending yesterday Marshal Dart
granted licenses as roliows.? Junk bouts, 6; junk
carts, 4; Junk shops, 0; Beyond hand dealers, 1;
coaches, 170; venders, 29: carts, 29; express drivers,
7i gunpowder, IB; porters, 2; dog carts, l; dnvirs,
1(h). Total, a?o. Total amount received for Hues
and licenses. 21.244.
Justice Hogan commlttc<l John Coffee at tbe Tombs
yesterday for having, an is alleged, stolen from
Robert Uaddock, of No. 147 Ea*t Kilty-ninth street, a
gold watch valued at $200. The charge Is tliat
Coffee admitted having stolen the watch in Brooklyn
and pawned ;t 111 New VorK. but codec says he took
toe watch merely Tor safe keeping.
a respectable looking young lad, named Franks.
Helton, wan held to answer yesterday by Justice
Ilogan, ai tlie Tombs Police Court, for having stolen
$1,200 from hla employers, Anderson, Starr & Co..
3-h) Hrosdway. Holton iiad been sent to the bam
lor the money. Alter mnny pr variations he admitted
that he nad used some of it. He was held to
Answer In default of $1,000 oail.
One of the main Hirers of the city disgorges Its
?dorllerous cargo Into the water at the Barclay
street ferry, and when the tide is uot at full height
the passengers wou d prefer paying: double faro to
tue enjoyment oi the sweet odois emitted from the
onai. Diseases are al>s ays apt to take their origin
from snch localities, and it would uot be unwise in
the Board of Health to ".ook to't."
William Robertson, on Friday, accompanied Dr.
Theodore Schmanie", of 572 Sixth avenue, to several
places on t,he east side or town, ana luduced Ulin to
pay three curd moote, at an expense of $115 to the
doctor. He caused his arrest ye terday by detectives
Bennett and Nevins, of the Central OHice, who
arraigned hiru bcioro Justice tthaudley atJelferaon
Market, when he waa held for examination.
The visiting flrcmen from Scr Orleans, who arrived
here on Thursday last, have challenged to run
any Lntjine, lli.w; or Truck Company for from $>00
to *5,ooo?one mile or flve. Chlei Engineer Cnrran,
or lioboken, is out with an acceptance ui the cnal'lengcon
the terms stated?one man ro every 100
pounds. The c .aiteiitce to put|ap a ladder lie does
not accept, as his department, owing to lis efficiency,
has no opportunities to become proilcient lr?
the use of ladders.
William Malloy and John Dally, both fifteen years
of age, were held for trial at the Tombs yesterday on
a charge of having, on the ntght of the 20th of June,
bnrorliirlouslr entered the premises No. 43 New
Clumbers gtree;, occupied by George Horn ? < n
la/er beer saloon, and sto.en tlicreirom Tour dollars
in currency and two boxes of cigars, botli valued at
eignt. dollars, Maitoy says be nad nothing to do
with the burglary, while Daily affirms that he
-watched outside of the house while Malloy was in
tiie saloon.
An Interesting German Hammer Festival will be
tbaf. of the "Nineteenth Ward L?ne Vereln" at
Fault's Union Park, foot of Sixty-third street and
Eaat river, on Wednesday next. I' will be peculiarly
a?bildren'? festival, iielug especially designed for
vie m. oris and plays 01 the children or the members
of the society. During the ai'ieruo n and early part
of the evening, a toui name.it on hobby horses, pole
climbing and i all pi ying for prizes and similar
ffame??nd pastimes will be on the progiamme.
Mr. Michael J. Shandlev, the handsome and gentlemanly
d*rk of the JeGersm Market Pollco Court,
was prescaied with a handsome birthday present
on Friday evening last by his friends and fellow
dcrka, Cbar.'ey Hall and James Steers. The present
Is a handsome plu of thtf America* Club, set with
four diamonds and handsomely enamelled, lielng
valued at fftoo, end. with the exception of Will am
M. Tweed's, JMftld to be the handsomest ever In possession
of any wenibcr of tbe cJnl>. Mike received
the present In i\ neat lltt!? speech thanking his
fneiida for thwr "lberal remembrance.
August Dalzell, a clerk formerly In the employ of
iames C. King, offBroadway, arrested by detectives
Irving aud .'lusenbury, on Friday night,
charged wh.b cmnezzn ug w m? nujmjjgi B
mropy, was arraigned before Justice Shandley, at
JefieruoD Marget yesterday ami commuted In cU>
luuJtof $100,000 oail for ?^xami nation. From the reluctant
manner in which, the complainant mane tils
^atcment ro ti>e mawlstrav e if appears the alleged
jrime was committed two yeais a,o while the prisoner
was in King's employ a branch office In .San
Francisco. Dal/ell, wno la a middle aged man.
clainu to have been a partner, of King's and lost the
none/ speculating in gnin.
( harms Maekey, a convict In Sinn Sing Prison, becoming
weary of restraint, fastened a f>ar of pig iron j
to n:a body, a day ur two ngu, and Juin.ped from the ]
prison dock into tho Hudson river. Ill* attempt at i
M-ll d..struCMo.i wan v.r.iessed b.v a fellf> v couvicf, I
who gave the alarm, which resulted In Mickey be- I
lng dragged from the buttorn by a boatbooK before
Ii e was extinct. luo would-be suicide attempted
tue rOlP. oX a ianatic M>mc months since, but having
l?een placed on "the hooks," acknowledged hiuAelf
"a fraud." toackcy is ser\ lng out a term for grahd
luiceay, uod Cu4 only aimm three mouths to remain
111 t>i ttou.
Thirty Thouimiid Dollars to be Kn For
at .>! uioutli l'ark.
The racing world I* la ecstacy at inc brilliant programme
Issued (or the coining meeting at !-onir
onuivil, WHICH UOilllUUUUCS Ull Cflbuiuaj, U<(III VI
July, and continues five days. If a varied and attractive
programme, embracing every kon at race
that can be thought of, an unequalled liberality in
the amount mid in tlie distribution of the prized to
be run for, and the hearty iospnii.se of tuiTuiou irom
every portion of tha country can give token of success
the lnaururai meeting at this popular seaside
resort will bo without precedent in the annals of
the Amtriian turf, it commends itself in eviry
particular to the consideration of the lovers of thin
hlgh-t 'tied amusement. The good last-; exlilbitc l in
all the appointments of the course, the labor wnicli
has been bestowed in the c instruction 01 the Grand
Stand, the scrupulous exactness observed In grading
the course; liie large siaOle, with roomy stalls,
and their perieot venuatlon; the view from the
Hand of every portion of the grounds and the accommodations
for those >vho will be in attendance?
intact, every mailer counected wilh tho whole
affair bespeaU ihe knowledge turd liberal spirit of
the proprietor.
The bail will open with the popular hurdle race,
two mil3R, for a purse of $1,000, which, in all probability,
will bring together all the Canada "cracks"
and all of our own ur.-t class hurdlers. With about
utv uf'irt.?ra ih n wiii iLnVifi 1 u iinilL'lit.'iil entertain
meat. The seeond race will be /or three year olds,
mile beats, purse $l,ooo, tlic contribution of Mr. W.
0. Borrows, proprietor ol the Continental Hotel. To
tills stake there are twenty-seven uonuiiatluus, and
a finer field of colto never met upon the turf. It includes
flyers fro:a Kentucky, whose penorinttueos
are in advance or auy beiore chronicled; ulso from
New Orleans. Mobile, Ohio, Maryland and Virgin in,
and th'iHd of our uwn st.ite. wii n Nellie James,
Enquirer, Susan Ana, Foster, Lynihburg, 1,'r.cket,
Musketeer, John llappy, Uelmout?all known to
fame?aud the squad 01 dark ones meet on thai occas.on,
the "kuowing one" that < an name Kite win
ner will not go unrewarded ihut dav. The third
race?the Motiiuouth Stakes? to which there are
twenty-one Mibscribcrs, Hie terror HtUBboU, that
"walked over" twice and won iw>ce during the late
uiee.lni* at Jerome Park, carrying away in triumph
the main honoris, will try it on with the best coir of
his year, having never been beaten, tie renowned
Narragauset; and to these add Corsioan, that was
last seusou a terribly fast horse; Tasmania, (Jleuelg,
Niagara, Barney Stone, 1 lie Banshee and a host of
others, we inuft look for a fiu.ru! contest. With
this attraction for the opening day we are not saying
too much in predicting a vast concourse of
MCll, tnyoml pre edent, to witness tf.
Tlie card lor the second day, Tuesday, 2d August,
is also extremely brilliant from its variety. The
tiiit race, the Mansion House Stakes, pur-ie #1,ckjo?
the contribution ol Mr. Samuel Laird, proprietor of
th'3 Mansion Hotuie. For this tlieve are twenty lour
entries; the dls'ance two miles. Many of tlie same
c .its that run on the previous Saturday will start in
this to try their powers in a longer race, and in u<ldl;
Ion we have Onvauer, a grandson 01 the renowned
F.v?uion; Jerae man, Canonicua, Letaud, l Cult of supers
action and siyfe; Tammany and several octiers
unknown tj fame. It will be beyond doubt u spmtsd
und excl ing iaoe. The second race, for ad ages to
curry loo pounds, will t>riq?r togeiuer young and old
In si rattling contest or a mile-ami r. naif. The
cruwmng glory oi this t.ay will be the contribution
of tlie American Olur>. 1'urse $i,6U0 Trtr a I aveij, mi.e
heats, three o, live. Tins race has lorg bee i an attractive
one in the South aud \?e?t?u..certain aud
exciting till the very i.ist juni'?. v, e preutct not
lewer than ei .tit. st.iters lor thii nurse, and uhat u
isce it Willie I Novs nrrotu. Tlie visit lu state of
tlie members of the Amt'rl m Ciub will give treat
zest to the ocv.ulou.
The Graud steeple C'.ase commences the sport of
! the sniro day. This must prove n gala day. Th'j
representative? fioin Canada and Irorn every part of
our own suite arc expected to mu-ter lu full force,
if m hardly necessary to add t.iat tUe race luust
from its character cause a wild excitement. Tho
second race, lor > wo year olds, has Ulirty one contestants.
'ihe puree, f 1,000, IS tfte coniributim of
MessiB, Syites, Gardner ? Co., proprietors of tlie
West End Hotel, lh ?e colt* have never made aa
appearance lit public, aud bat little is knjwu of
ttie.u except that they are terribly high bred."
The third race must a.so prove niauly mt -rer-ting.
The Dane will be $l.ooo. for all air s, heats of two
miles. To tills tbero will doubtless be a host of
me fourth dny will bring together a field of colts
which from their performances ana ancestry cxperli-nwil
tiirfnip.1 nr.uniiinee lint-nil ,Ilr,l
Tuo KobluB makes, so called in Honor of the presldeal
of ilie assoeia.ion, who has also for nine years
held the position 01 President of tuc hen a. to of Ivcw
Jersey?me Hon. Amos hobin*. Tti3 purse and
stakes will reach the anug sum of $4,260. Heats of
two miles. la this race two "chicks" of
Kentucky will meet, via.: Enquirer, by Leamington,
who at Lcxlnjmm Coti se male the
timers think their watches had stopped, and Kingflsner,
by Lexington, who wou the Belmont Stak a
In such gal ant myie at Jerome Park. Tnere will be
a g.eat many rivals la this rac. Who c?ii name the
winner t Three otner rsces are to follow upon this
day that will . ureiy please the thousands in attendance.
The last day, Saturday, Bth August. The flrst will
be a repetition ol the hurdle race, 111 the shape of a
h mulcap. Then follows the great lour mile race cr
heats; purse lor wiilcli there ate liru-en entries.
This will biin<; together ail the beat blood ot
the land.
Tueconi'Utnentary parse from wrilam M. Tweed,
of $1,000, closes tue ine ring. The d,sta.ee no 10
and half mile. The entries arc to be intuie tho day
before the r*ceIt
will ic seen that there will be at least three
races each (lay, and from the prospect as noted end
the an ay of horses engaged in the contests there
can be uo poaMuiJt/ of a doubt 01 triutuprotnii success
to all concerned In tins - pirited undertaking.
A parse of fl,W)0 w is announced to be trotted for
at tho Fashion.Coiir.se yesterday afternoon between
live of our best horses: but when they came 01: the
track the proprietor told the drivers toat he ha l concluded
to postpone the race until Tuesday next, the
same day that the trot of Friday was postponed to.
This was a great di .appointment 10 ail, most particularly
10 those who we e there from differ.:nt
p^ris of the country. Many or these strangers had
nought pools on the rac and tiiey were anxious to
have it co/ne oa' or their money relumed, so mat
tliey could go home to celebrate the Fourth of July;
but the pool seller could not onllgc them, as the
money in tne 00 x. Had to abide the issue of the race.
Tha postponement was a Blrange proceeding on the
part of the proprietor, and it will be found to be a
very unpopular one vvltii patrons of the turf geneiaPy.
The nie :tm<r thus far lias been a very unsuccessful
one; still, the tro s announced for Monday
and Tue?fny may make amends lor the other failurea.
and it la to be hoped tuey will.
The Five Thousand Dollar Purse Open 10 All
Horses?Pool Sclliim Last Kvuiiina.
Notwithstanding the iwo postponements of announced
parses to be trotted for at the Fashion
Course, and the disappointment consequent thereon,
there assembled last evening at Riley's, Twentydjitith
street and Iiroad way, quite a throng of
sporting gentlemen desirous or Investing
upon the great trot of to-morrow. This
contest is lor a purse of $5,009, open to all
Horses, and has as its entries tile unprecedented
Held of Hudd Doblc s bay mare Goldsmith Maid,
Benjamin Daniel's nay mare American Girl, Dan
Mace's bay mare Lady Thoru, Cliurles Cham pint's
brown gelding George rainier, William liorsts
brown gelding George Wilkes and Norris Ilolcornbe's
bay mare Lucy, its divisions are such that
the first. Horse will receive $2,Son, second fl.'Juo,
third $1)00, and the fourth $5oo. Had toe ifeitUemen
present felt that there was a eertrtinf < ? all these
horses starting as announced, the excitement w juld
have been intense; but they were not. which feellun
evidently greatly restrained their ardor. The A rat
few pools sold were as follows:?
Thorn $100 ;:60 100 100 50 100
GOidSmitll Maid 60 100 40 45 21 60
Palmer 25 so 21 20 7 25
Field 2fl 65 26 20 10 15
Alter ilie disposal of these a well known sporting
gentleman adv.sed Major Johnson, the auctioneer,
that he would give $ loo tor Palmer and the Anteric.in
Girl, and authorized him to aed a pool in that
manner to test the "grit" of those present, it was
done, with the following result:?Palmer and American
Girl, $100: Lady Thorn, $205; Goldsmith Maid,
$136; Lucy anl Wllk's. $27. Total. $407. Tfte
same gentlemen then wanted Palmer and
American Girl sola agaluat the llel 1.
he starting them as be.ore, which wus
complied with, the pools disposed of beln.% American
Girl and Palmer, $loo; Held, $140; American Girl
and Palmer, $1C0; Held, Sit?5. The audience then
iiegan to tire of this character of butting and went
back to the old style, when the contestants brought
about the same amounts as previously given.
Tim Ford's Park Association of Denver Citv, Colorado
Territory, owning, it is said, a splendid trotting
tra<k, on Friday evening la*;, adopted the rules or
the National Trotting Association, and will immediately
appiy tor membership.
In Hamilton, provm< u of Ontario, Canada, yesterday,
Bate bones won tue steeple chase, l>< auntr
badly, contrary to expectations, the f ivoritc, Kaveu;
Mr*t. Haldy came In a good s cond. Time riot given.
livrrlng the past week 180 cars arrived at the stock
yards tn Commtinipaw with l,4St> cattle, 5,012 hogs
and so'U sheep, t tiei were slaughtered during
the week eaitie. o.nyj hoiro and sheep.
V. "
The case of Ch tries (luldet, tUo Fulton avpnuo
contractor, charged with violating the eight hour
law. was to have oeen heard before Jiwtlce Riley
yeaterday, but It wan adjourned uulll Tuesday.
Firo Marshal Ready reports that tlioro wore
twenty three fl-esm Brooklyn dv.iuy the month or
June, Involvinc log ?m to ti.e u .lomrt of S30,<00.
There Wu? aa liituruiico on the iiioperty ol $127,0 JO.
John Lons anil William Martin, two cnrtiuen, jrot
Into DII ultniv'iitln:i rA'd.'iilnr u-h i 1.1111 - s 1 n ("k till
opponent over the head w tli ti c.iH run^, ivflt: tin
sufious luJiirl'.'B. Martin was taken to the li ;>ltal,
and Long n-us arrestc* una lockcl up to uuawcr.
At one o'clock yesterday afternoon John Hess,
employed In Walters' puper hulls, at the corner of
Harrison street uud Tiifuny place, hud 1.1s arm torn
oit near the slioulder l>y be.ng c.ui?Ut in tut* belting
la the color riom. He wus removed to the Long
Is.ami ColJCge Hospital.
Yesterday afternoon detective Folk arrested Annto
Lewis, twenty years of aye, and employed as a domestic
In the family of Mrs. Daniels, of No. vi>0
Myrtle avenue, on tlie charge of stealing l.er Uiok
hook ami drawing the sum oJ ,-e\eut>-nve dollars
from the !>an!c. The accused says Mrs. Daniels told
her to draw the money, but this Mr*. Daniels demos.
Annie was locked up to await examination.
During tho past week (Surrogate Veedor admitted
to probate the wills of Bridget Bradley, Magdalena
Demarest, fcarali Kennedy and James Mexey. Letters
of administration were granted on the estates
of Jobn Peter Douuall, Juha Bingham, CarJl nu
Kicno'.s, Koliert Hutchinson and Daniel Desmond;
also letters ol administration. with the will
anuex' d, ot Bridget Biadlo;, and le ters of codectiou
on the ihiato 01 Catharine Altrans?all of
Brooklyn. Letters of guurdljnship of the persons
ami e ia'e of Mary K. M. Cityl r, Loul a L. Uu>ler
auu Theodore L. cu.vler, Jr., wore, granted to i'l.eod?re
U cuy er, their fuilier, and of William Leutz
to Adeline McOartrey.
Fatal Error by a Drug Clerk?A Lady
Pulcuned from -Solution of Oitiutn?A Sboii.lng
Jllundei?la Xlivre No L.w to Puuuli
C'riniiuul CureleMiicw V
Another fatal error has been made by a drug clerk,
by which a lady named Mia. John T. Barnard, the
wife of an ebtiin.iblo citiz n, lout her bin. Tina H
the second or third case in which the error of drug
clerks liati result iM In tlu death oi the oatlent In
Brooklyn within tao past year or two. Mid. Iiurnaid,
me present viet.iu, who resided at the oorucr
Of ltj crsoa street ami Gates avenue, was
afflicted Willi abdominal pa*as on Thursday,
and tlic lamily l.liyslelari, Dr. Joseph C.
Hutchison, of Clinton avenue, was calied w to prescribe.
The doctor wrote out a prescription lor two
ounces ol' the uucti.ro of opium, a teasp ,onful of
willed was to bo tukon every iiour for three liours in
a fclass of ice Water, w;ien it v. oa believed relief
would be obtained. Dr. HuicDi on requested riiat
tiic presetiption for tUe drug slioulu be t tken to iir.
Olitriuru; istorc, at .fie ?i.r<ier of VaoderUit md
Kuiron ttvenne*. Tho store i. ?r vfited :>y one of air.
Uaruaru's hwti.ly, i>>t 11 w..f? found t-? oe cos d, and
i to pLi'nuu then pioceeuc.; m ;tio pharmacy of
\V. Ij. Core, at the corner of l-'jlton anil Wublungion
avenues. ah it was about midnight tu .s piace
was a I ho do. ul, but tho night bell was
answered by ilobert vVeyli, oue o. uiocleikd. 'Hie
clerk niineiiiot'jly proceeded to pun up; bur, not.
vtii'i :if'i(Una tl?<; l.'ct that it W(4h plainir writi n,
he misto jk it. and ;iut up w>!uiion oi opium Instead
of t<ic tincture, .ia pi<.boriLK.il. The meshc-UKcr retti.aed
home vitli tti-* dr. t;, utal It tv,s adm.mstered
ii? rlrct t?t! by th3 phjuimn?Utree tca-ijioonfuiH in
time Uount, in 100 Mrs. barnara fell
iu.o a unite ui ctut>tr, in which she remained
tint! rMiT a t rr.oou, when shu d.ed
f oin trie oiuot ?l U4? When the fi'n.ly
fuurid Ui it ll wa<s impossible co rouae slr.i. lumard
fiom tier ntupur. in. ,iutcM?o? v.as again summoned
to li^r bedside,. nW. togut.ier w?tn Jr. A. D.
Wilson, did all in then* power to save ihe llie ot the
patient, bat their csroru. proved uin.valiliin, and tlie
famity weru thrown into the greatest grief by the
untimely death of Uie lady t. .ough tue terrible oluuder
of tiie d rk.
Mr. Barnard, huabend of the deceased, la a well
known coal dealer dii FuiU.u avenue, auu the uniortunate
cane r.as ctfat&'i cons tleiubin exclieineut in
tne locality in which they reside. When Dr. Hutchison
discovered tnii'misiaice no proceeded to the dru*
st uro wiiti retiucbteti to see the prescription. it was
as follows:?
R. Tlaet. Opll Oompt. tSqulbbs'), 2 or..
8. A toupuontui ertiry uuur, la tue w?Mr.
The following colloquy then took place between
the doctor aud the c.erk;?
l)r. Hutchison?l his la marked '.'Tincture opiil<i,mpoHiius."
ins mado up liiiuor ofill. ilow ui 1 that
Tue Clerk?Dida'tyou mean liquor opll?
Dr. Hutchison?I meant e\act.y wuut 1 plainly
wrote down.
Tue Clerk? l llrst thought tt was Inteuded forpareguile,
men lor ciuni.liui.iieu ektiu.t ol luud.aium.
Dr. Hutchison?Vodr lulstaKe has proved a v -ry
serious tiling for a lady, who ts now pronainy dytu^
from havimr taken tue |ir?scupUon r u sent.
'ii;e hiiciuic ui piuai, wliat m ulmn?t universai.y
Kn wn as iiti.ibs' cholera mixture. Ittaoutirely
ctfci tive iu-m enstoniarv and s.ife lor sue i compiauits
as ill..i wilu wuicii Mrs. Harnardi w.ib
taken. . 101 i tt, the bo.uuon o. nfiniil. jsa very
diff" em i .iugua i > 'ts Hire:wh, being many times
ih.itv p iworfil. Tu.' name tJ'iuloli.i"' -in tue rignt
Hit'u corner u. me .urjer indici.uu mat tne ordinary
Ciioiem luixiuie 01 iut gentleman wis Intended
explicitly, and the df-actiona unucrneatii ludica.cd
ernm.iy explicitly oxaotly wnar was wanted, that
beiug Uie it iocti' n iii puroiiauco of which ihe medicine
is rfiv i..
Tne '-niik is a young man. who has been In the employ
of.'Hr. (<ore lor me i?u?l taree years. Me says
lie is cow pe. eat, is alway.s cuieiul in i>iuuug up preaeriiJtlou.-,
an l cannot toil how ho ca ue 10 make
the error. iiesats ne tnought alter retiring to bed
thai a teaspoonful was a i.irvre <i-01 the liquor
op.i. He never made an en <?i oeioio.
Airs. ISur.ui.d irw Ul.y >:l,jht ycuea of atfo, and
leaves ;t liuhoan i unit lour mil Ir m.
, HLff.AWfSlW KaWPA^T.
! Probable lioinlcidc.
John Co.Tcy, John CouWUti and John bowery, three
hard looking young men, wore t alt on into cut,tody
yesterday a Her noon by officer Meyer;, of the Ninth
pre .iiH't, Jiroo'klyn, on charge of folonfoasly a.isaul i
lug John Crc nc, the proprietor o! a liquor nloie on
Dak r nvc uie, near Wycki.;r street. The prisoners
entered i..e sa.iiaa named shortly >jiore four
o'clock ye.tcrday afternoon and ca.i'vi lor several
rounds ol itr.uk. When thjy hau partaken freely or
the stiinuiaiK* they turned ou thuir heelw aim Were
about :o' avo the premises without sealing for the
liquor, Ureene called their attention to this nnproiliaole
proceeding. The ruillans, not satisfied
with b.atlng h.m out of tue rjfrcstoinent, beat tha
poor IciJ.av mob' unmercifully out of his .-euses.
During the uneven scurtle they got out the door anil
stoned Oreene in a fearful manner, one w>.ind In
the rear of tuo left ear was found by Dr. hr.c.ieit,
who was summoned to attend lutu, to be two inches
In depth. He was also cut in .?>everal parts of tne
body, and was in a very critical condition iusc
night, but slight nopes beiug entertained of his 10covery.
The windows of the store and the luiulture
were broken, giving strung proof of the severity of
the shower olsioues which wis dealt by the rowdies.
Tne latter are under lock and key.
An inquest was held yesterday morning at I'refitoti,
N. J., over the remains 01 an unknown man
who, on the previous night, was drowned In the
feeder t hat supplies the Delaware and Rarltau Canal.
Deceased was seen lalilng Into the water, but on ac
count of tlie darkness or tlic night no assistance
could he rendered. The unfortunate man wan approaching
Quarry street bridge, when he stumbled
and fell into (lie water. A respectable witness,
named Joseph A tier, swore teloio uie
Jury that Ho considered the spot where
tlie accident occurred a regular man-trap.
The end o( the bridge tonus a biunp
angle with lue Toot path which runs ulong the
wut r's edge Home eight or ten reet wlftioiu any
raiitnit or lence to protect passengers. Witness also
stated that witnin his recollection (and he is still a
young man) nine pcr.?(*ns w ere drowned at the very
identical snot, and he could not see how any passenger
couid avoid the same fate who should' piss
that way ou a dark night. Tho Jury, having examined
itic dang'.ious crossing alluded to. ronieied a
venllct that deceased came to his death in the mann
r aiready indicated, and that it was the duty 01
the canal company 10 protect foot passengers by
erecting a fence or railing at the ,HiH?t. *lKre the accident
occurred. Dec 'ascJ was about llliy years of
aire, And represented himself as the brother oi Mr.
Crutks wliu keeps a dry goods store hi Philadelphia,
at the corner oi Kigtitn and Carpenter street*.
Yesterday afternoon an unknown (lerinau was
si instruct at the corner of Third and Hudson streets,
Uoboken, and was taken tip In an Insensible condition.
Alter sonic tune ho loudly linked to be scot
backtoth'j Rhine, nml a carriage was accordingly
provided wherein lie was conveyed to Castle (lanlon
en mute lor (it'i'many.
A ciuld live years old, the daughter of officer Ruck,
was ruuoverlOK evening oy Mr. Dunlop's wagon,
at the cot nor oi Hr- t and .le'v ,r.ion a; rents. II r hip
was mangled anil she received Internal Injures
which may prove dun?erons. She >\as taheu ?<? tlie i
result ncc of her p?reuu. near bv. j
, JULY 3, 1870?TRIPLE
Almanac far New York-?Tiila Davi
Sunrises 4 I Moon nets... .eve 10 59
Sue Beta: 7 34 j High water, morn 12 00
fitmmrr. | &t j lir\'i tuii m. | 0 it*.
Idaho. IJ lily 0.... [Liverpool |2fl Broadway.
Denmark |. uljr 6.... I Liverpool K# liroadway.
Caiedoula Ijilly t> . (Huron |7 Howling Green
r>e?v Vork Jul/ 7.... |Hr?i'ien |Utnr<'atet.
Pen Ire iJuly 9... Havre M Broadway.
City of Brooki'n July W.... Liverpool 115 Broadway.
Ho.vctia .'u.y H.... Liverpool 6-1 l.rua l?ray.
Ruropa iiil.y ?).... fllateow !7 Howtlng tfrean
Parana July SO..,. London iMSoutbat.
POUT or NEW VOUK, JOLT t, 1870.
flteatuah.p Columbia (Br), Haaal), Ulaacow?Uenderaon
StramablD Acadia (Br), Lml Olaagow?Hendcraon Broa. 1
SteanulilP Dunau (NO, KrnkL l.reuieu via Southampton?
Oelrlclia .t Co.
Sicamnhlp City of Port au Prince, Jaokaoo, Port au Prince
?K Murr.iv Jr
Bteameblp Varuna, Spencer, Oalveaton via Key Weat?C
H Mai lory Co.
Stuauiablp Marlpoaa, Kcwble, NewOrleana?H B Cromwell
A On.
Steamahlp Creacent City, Norton, Mew Orteana?Fredene
bienmtbip Ban Jacinto, Atktna. Savannah?Wa R Garrlaou.
Steamahlp Manhattan, Woodhull, Charleatun?H B Morgan
A Co.
Kt>>am?lilp Regulator. Brooke, Wilmington, HC -Lorillard
Btr*m?hlp Co.
Hleainablp Ljnlta Moore, Salycar, Newborn, NO?Murray,
Fern* A Co.
Steam ihiplaaac Boll, Blakeman, ?<oriole, City PonK and
Klcbnwmd? Old Dominion Hteamabip Co.
BtcaoikLIp K C Kuiybt, juLuaou, Georgetown, DC?u B
Steamablp Fanita, Kreeman, I'hlladelohia- Lorillard SUamabin
Stnnmehiif Praaconia. Hraoir. Portland?J W Asm.
dUauiKkluNvotiiue. Bai.t r. Hoaun? W h Clyde
Steamamp \V unit una, Mab, Mew Bedford? Fenmaon A
bbip Sprm^ileld, Owight, Melbourne? MalUer, Lord A Payrand.
Hhiu Cvnoaurc <Bri. Coatello. Liverpool- Taaeeott Broa A
ship Ocean rear! (Br\ England, Bristol, E?B E Morgan *?
Ship N Mother (Hr)f Monbir, Antwerp?H J DeWolf A Co.
Hhip Dinapo a < Br, Wilson. Harre- Bnjrd .% Htackea.
ship Antarctic (Br., Mcbiukar, Now OrUaat-Tapaoott
Bros A Co.
HMik l' larro (Br:, Ritchie, Quecnjtown for ord?rs~Arkeli
<t Tufts.
Hark Trusty (Br), Bocker, Rostonk?>lrctl, Pon A Co.
Bark Eugene, fruutUn, Aspinnrali?Borland, Dearborn t
Co. .
Brig Atlantic 'KOI, Harden, Pantile? Punch, Kdye A Co.
Brig Ureve August Kanuan (Uiu?), Bvarre, Stettin? Woudt,
TetensA Bo 'kmann.
BiIj; iJci) hiu (Nii), Hnelfer, Stettin?U Koop A Co.
Brig Stockton, drl'llu. Malaja-Career x Barnes.
Brig Favorti', Dueil, D,nnrara?H Tro\?i>r.due's Pont.
Frig Alii 6 ,Hri, Simpson, St Thomas? I'enlvtou * Co.
Biig iiaiear (Bi j. Malm, Xoiuefu Bay, Ja?(J Weaao.it.
Br.g t' E Kellev, Somert>, Cardinal-A Abbott.
Brig Alexander Nickel*, Koiebrook, Little tiiace Bay
Thowpsm v Hunter.
Uric Alpha. Do l.t, Sydney, CB?C B Swain.
Brie Amazon (Br , .-iadlor, Norfolk -Junes A Lough.
Ur<? WhiUaUer, Coltoo, Mlddletown, Ct? Bnow ,c Richardson.
Kchr Kong Evcrre, Marcuaaen, Stettin?Wcadt, Town* Jk
fcchr KnnW Howard, Lincoln. farn-C Lndrnann A Co.
Hcbr K vi U.ivis, Uonne. liranadn?Mlddieton A Co.
Rcbr A A Hoilon, (Jordon, Vampico? Jat I'atcrson.
Bctir Minciva L Weduiure, Terry, i'oiut-a-l'itre?Thomas,
Holm*" i Co.
Kchr Edwin, T>arton, '*t Pierrs, Mart?II A Vatablc frSon.
K'-hrl'r.nl Krnvoy, I,o?re'l, St K!tts?Jones t Lough.
Bchr Mary E Mangam, Bcverldu?-, Cat Island?B I VVenItrir.
f-cnr rromenader, LockUart, Halifax?Crandall, Rcrtaux
J Co.
Ht-hr Annie E (Br), Edgctt, Hilkboro, NB?1' I Nevius &
Scbr Vv Rover, Erown, Cbarle?ton~N L McCready ft Co,
Kchr lien, Jones, Wilmington, SO?K S Powell.
fcehr M.ny A Jones, Bodlur, itforfolk?U K Staple*.
bchr ?i!?o M iJuilield, Ravnor, Washington, DO?Halter ft
Scur Joseph Nlckerr.on, Slaght, Baltimore? Baker ft Dayton.
Bchr Mansfield. Achorn, Bonton?SP Brown ft Co.
Bchr Ke&oc:ra C banc, WliltUimore, Vlnalhaven?Miller A
Bchr Pointer, Mills, Providence?U W Jackson ft Co.
Floop Cornelia, I'atju, Netv Haven.
Sloop N.'rem, toima, New Haven ? Rackott ft Bras.
Riood Msrv '.ray, Aliyn, I'ncasvlllb.
Bteamer Anthracite. Jlreen. Philadelphia.
Steame;* E N Kalrcbild. 'front, Philadelphia.
Bteauici Beverly, Pierce. Philadelphia.
Steamship ?uropa (Br), McDonald, Glasgow June 18, via
Moville 19th, with indse and passengr.ra, to Uendeison Bros.
Etperlen-ed strong westerly winds almost the entire pas
sage, with dense fo.{ from too Banks; paisel several icebergs:
no date, lat M O, Ion 4J SI, slgualized ship Arran (Br),
bound W.
Steamship United States, Biannbard, New Orleans Jane
25, I'M. with imlsc snl passengers, to Frederic Baker. June
2?*. oil Cape Florida, spoke bark Adelaide, from Havana for
Baltimore; satne day, 3 W Session, passenger, died very suddenly,.
ami was irai led at sea.
Steamship Geo Cromwell, Clapp, New Orleans June 15,
with mdse and pa??engers, to H B Cromwell ft Co. June S?,
111 ini.cs west oi Caryafurt Llrht, passed brig Cyclone (or
lieUicst), boun I N ; same day, 30 miles north of Cape Florida,
steimshlps Morro Castle, and Cuba, bound S; SOth, lat i&
8 , Ion JO 43. brig Mary Celesta (of New York), bound N:
same dav. lat 31 30, Ion 78 611, brl* Cascatelle, do; 30th, lat 33
Eli, Ion V"8 all. brig Faustina (of Stockton i, do; July 1, 40 miles
ioutb of Barnegat, bark Antelope, do.
ate.unship 1'iag, t-linetiurner, Mobile via Fernandlna June
2b, with mdse and pAMeni.cra, to the Florida Kaiiroad Oo.
bte?mshit> Fairbanks, Howes. Wilmington, NC, 05 hours,
with naval stores, to J Lorlllsrl. Jnne !J9, 1<1 miles north or
Cape Lookout, saw scbr W II llllUrx, b >nnd N.
bteamsiilp itatter-m, Lawrence. Norfolk, with indse and
passengers, to the Oi l Dominion steamship Co.
Ship Sir Robert l'cel, Larrsi oe, London May 16, and Isle of
Wight3Uif With mdse and S3 aasKcugcra, to Orlnnell, Mlntur.i
ft Co. Had light, mcderat^vcatber; h ive been 14 days
W of the Banks.
Bark Industrie (Aug), Sovli-h, Liverpool S5 days, with
mdse, to order. Had variable weather.
Hark Savannah (liri. Knowlton, Cardiff 42 days, witb railway
iron, to J W 131 w* 11 ft Co.
Bark Norsk Flag (Nor), Nielsen, Cardiff 56 days, with railway
iron, to order. Had line weather.
Bark urace (Br), Bogart, Newport 38 days, with railway
iron to order?vessel to lleney .t 1'arke.r. Hal light, variable
w inds; June 10, 1m 4J 07, Ion 43 5b, spoko bark Susan M
Dolman, from Arilrossan fur Boston.
Hrl,; llurgemei'tur Daoeuergh (Dutch), Yisker, Trieste 80
dn vs, will) n; !*e, to order. I utscd (Gibraltar May li'i; had
light win Is and calms the whole parage; .V ?y Bi>, lat -iSt,
leu 40 14, >piil:e bark Susanna Elizabeth (Dutchfrom
for Rotter tam.
Blig Uco Auios, Johnson, Portland 6 days, with molasses,
to maimer.
>rbi'Adeline Flwood (of "Jew Haven). Blears, Liverpool
Mav 17, with mom, to rummer. .V?y l.i, lat U <7, Ion 313.',
spoke l ark Aictitrus, bound west j June 18, lat 28, ion 33, bark
E S I'haver, boo.id wm.
Si !ir Lady I'.ann rroan (Br\ Roberts, Eleuthi ra 10 days,
with pineapples, to Jaa Douglas.
Scbr Isabel Alberto (of Brookh.iven), Tonker, Hamilton,
Bermuda, 7 lays, wlfli produce and '2 passci.^;cis, to E C
achan.5lc .t Co. Had iicht northerly win f?.
Scbr -loseph .1 Franklin, Kandu.pl>, Virginia.
Kclir A P Crnnmer, ValkenbSrg, Georgetown, DO.
Schr U O T<ny, Hlrdmiil, Georgetown, DO.
The ship Missouri. reported July 1, loit Glasgow May 17,
Grcenork lUlli, an 1 had light weuteiiy wm J? ami ca'.tus; was
15 days west or lue Banks.
i*a?u<od Through Ilell tiato(
Slp?m/ihip FTiHiconlii. I't ' . g. Portland for New York, wltn
nv r e and Diusencers, vo I Ames.
Brig Crescent .Bri. Kauik.nir, Wind nor, N8, for New York,
, with plaster to Orandall, llcrUux A Co.
Brtu Crotou, Young, New Haven for New York, iu ballast,
to mauler. _
Schr Kutb Thomas, Podce, Bangor for New York, with
lumber to Holyokn ? Murray.
h.br lharHL. taint, Boymon, Bangortfor Newark, with
lumber to Vk" m A HcOlare.
Schr Rockingham, Dickinson, Bangor for ManbattaDTllle,
with lumber to ord(rr.
Schr hurah Louise, Sweet, Plitston, Me, for New York,
with lumber to Cross .t Austin.
Schr John A Dli. Joues, Harwich for New York, with flsh
to .1 A Stetson A Co.
Schr R B Smith, Nlckerson, New Bedford for New York,
with oil to Lyle A Polheintw.
Schr E M Smith, Chase, New Bedford for Warebam.
SchrJohn Loiler, Trel'ethen, Tsunton for New York.
Kcbr Rocket, Katun. Pawtncket for New York.
Schr 0 A >.ruiner, Harvey, Providence for Elizabetbport.
Sclir <; Ftratlon, Mnnton, Providence for Kllzabetliport.
Schr D T Wlllete, Ohi'Sbro, Providence for Koodout.
Schr Charger, Ferguson, Provlrtenoe for New York.
Schr F A Pike, Gould. Providence for New York.
sour TRIM, i nnnipiin, ummon lor n HWDiirtc.
f-ohr Greene County Tannor, Hyde, Hartfnnl for kondout.
Hchr I\elly, Anderson. hew Huron for New York.
8chr (leorto Twlblll, Edwards, Now Haven lor New York.
Sehr Copy, Miller, Port Jefferson forAlbanv.
Yacht Magic, Osgood, Krigartown for New York,
Steamship Kraneonln. Brags. New York for Portland.
Steamship Neptune, linker, New Vork for Ronton.
Steamship WamsuUa. Hl?h. New Vork for New Bedford,
Brig Alice Starrett, Cooper, Rondoiit for SRlem.
Brig Memphis, Macombcr, New York fur Windsor.
Brig Ellen H, Dwyer, New York lor St John.
Brig r Ullen, 1)111. New York for St Johns, N FSi.hr
Wm Allen, .Jones, Alexandria for 1'rovidence.
Sehr Charity Woolsev, Parker, lieorguown, DC, for New
Schr J Perry, Kellr, Philadelphia for Bedford.
Schr J H Hamuli, Harris, Philadelphia lor Providence.
Schr J B Allen, Caee, Philadelphia for Nantuek?t.
Be.hr Cbat Cooper. Stckcrson, Philadelphia lor llyannli.
Schr Jane, Haskell, Fort Johnson for Boston.
Schr M B Csrdile, North up, Ellzabetbport lor Prorldence.
Behr 8 8 Scranton, Clark, Eilzabttbpori for New Haven.
Schr Mary Eliza, Rice, I'.lizabetiiport for Providence.
Schr Yo somite, Mott, Albany for Koslvn.
Sehr Highland. Lynch, Albany for Roslyn.
Hchr s A ToJes, Hay, All.any for Nor walk.
Selir Nightingale, Beehe, Rondout for Salem.
Hchr Amelia, Dewey, Rondout for lioitoo.
Schr Zoe, Hall, Kon lout for Providence.
Schr A < randall. Rogers, Croton lor Sal -m.
Si or Traveller, Hutcuins, Ho oitcu forSalein.
Hchr Mary Titc, Tiee, Hobokou for Bridgeport.
Schr Talisman, Robinson, Hnboken for Koslon.
Schr Ettelle, , Koboken for HrUgcport.
S< hr Harbinger. Ryder, Hoboken for Bangor.
Schr Nora, Dow, Hoboken for Boston.
Schr S.iml Crocker. Ihrastior, Jersey Oily for Tvmlon,
Hchr E Dickens, Babcoclc, New Vork for Westerly.
Schr Onnard, , Now Vork lor Nantucket.
Schr 8 W Ponder, Rogers, New Vorit ior Providence.
SchrSiu.an Center, Dow, New York for Rockport.
Hchr J H Tripp, Moierson, New York for ("litham.
Schr Benj Oliver, Oliver, New York I'or Welitieet.
Brit Christian IX (Danl, Sonne, from Rio Janeiro Man 14.
Hrig Kaliu, 17days Iroui Santa mil (by pilot boat Mary ?
Full, No 4).
Steamships City of Paris, and- liennmrk. Liverpool; Acadia,
Ulasg'.v: Cnlumlila, do; Paraguay, London; Donau,
' Bremen, j , CJ.y oi Poll an Prince, i'ort nil Prince; Varnha,
(lainv-oo: Msrlro?a, and Crescent Citr. New Orleans; km
Jacuuo, FftTnoriah; Manhattan, Charleston; Louisa Moore,
Newbern; Isjmc Bell, Hichuiond, Ac: K C Kumlil, Ueorge- N
lowu, UC.
Hblpplnf Nates. d|
The dry dock business still continue* quite dull.
The barge A Sherwood, having been calked and repaired "
In bottom, wai lowered from the Clinton itreot sectional dry
dock on Tuesiiay last.
The bark Eureka, 469 tone, wai rained by the Clinton itreel N
sectional dry dock on Thursday last for the purpose of being
repaired In bottom. 8he is still up. , . h
The brl# Abby Clifford, 4M tons, raised by thfl smaller sec- bi
tlooat dry dock Wednesday, June 23, for the purpose of newly
planking her bottom, was lowered on 'l'hnrsday last, her re- Yi
pairs b?lns completed. y
The bark Annie M firay, 4 IS too?, bul'.t In Eden, 1?C!, was o
taken up by the smaller suctiouai dry dock on Thursday af- J
ternuon last for the purpose of being slrlppeJ, calked and jj
reinstalled. She la still up.
The ahlp Young America, 1439 tone, built In New York,
1R5.T, was taken up by tb? groat ucrtloual dry dock on Friday
lait for the purpose of being stripped, calked and remotalled. I
Hbc is Hill up. j
Thu propeller (?aIatea,.140U tons, built in New York, 1864, [
waa raised by the mammoth sectional dry dock at iloboken (
on Monday laat for repaira of a general nature. She was \
lowered the same day. 1
The steamboat City of Hartford was taken up by the mam |
moth sectional dry dock at Iloboken on Kriday last for re- i
pairs of a general nature. She Is still up. 1
The pilot boat Kdmnnrt Blunt, No 2, was ralssd by the can- |
tral screw dook on Monday last, and lorerod on Thursday, j
meanwhile being painted.
The bark John Boolton, 8.18 tons, built In Baltimore, 1868, 1
was tAken up by the large screw dock on Monda* laat, and j
lowered on Wedneeday, meanwhile having her metal J
The brig favorite, INS tons, built la Eases, Cona, 1868, was ,
raited by the large screw dock on Wednesday afternoon 1
last for the purpose of patching inotil.
The pilot boat Fanny, No 17. was taken np by the smaller
screw dock on Thursday last for the purpose of patching her
Tbe pilot boat J W El well, No 7, war tr.ken tip by the oentral
screw dock ok Thursday last tor Cue purpose of cleaning
and painting her bottom. She Is itlll up.
The schooner Mory A Wlthaui, 144 tons, was raised by th
large Screw dook oa Friday last and lowered the following
dry, meanwhile biting patched In bottom copper.
Tbe pilot boat A Patterson, No 13, was taken up by tbe
emaller screw dock oa FVIday last for the purpose of paintIns.
She is still up.
Theplilt boat Christian.Berjh, No 16, was ralaed by tbe
large screw dock on 3atmda,7 last, for tiie purpose or cleanln?;
her bottom and patching copper.
The steamship Saratoga. WW tons, was lowered from the
mammoth balance dry dock ou Monday last, having been
calked and paintod.
The large Knickerbocker was raised by the mammoth balance
dry dock on Monday last, for the purpose of adjusting
her rudder.
The steamship Champion, 1418 tons, was raised by the
mammoth balance dry dock on Thursday last for the purpose
of cleaulng and painting ber bottom, fche Is still up.
Tbe propeller Camilla, 123 tons, was raided by the smaller
balance dry dock on Wednesday last, for the purpose of .
being fitted with a new stem.
Tbe following vesacli wera taken up by the Erie Basin sec
Uonal dry dock during the past weekBrla Centaur, 2119
tons; schooner John Uarkiu, lot) tons; schooner John S In.
graham. 201 tons, and schooner K U Russell, 173 tons, all repatrlnj
and palming.
tlmi.'? rall.i-.. 11/inV h.9 ^..1 Ik. ...1 '
week tbo following vessels: Schooners John B Ijc*, James- '
town, and Oliphaut, bottoms paint -4; elevator* Ktissii, anil
Albany, calked and painted; propeller J K Oulle, bottom
painted; lighten Ho'lan I, and Rouse, calked and pr.inted; '
barge U*rj Ann, painted. 1
There have arrived since last report from points on tbo 1
Wemern eanils and the Hudson river thp following barges ]
aud can ill boatrBy towboat America?Barge 1< A (Jodurd; 1
canal boats J L Craw.ord, J H Walrath, C Van J'turn, Anna J
Van Buren, United States, Meteor, Col U M Baker, M Murray, 1
US Marsh, Malaga, Lulled Brothers, C Llowner, J H Cain.
Hy towboat Ohio? Purges Buflalo, 8 Austin, Henry Clay,
John Tripuey; canal bout* F O flrewn, 8 A Potter, Sallv Ann i
Moity, E Wilcox, Osceola, Bcanft rt, Fred Fuller. By tow- ]
boat Austin?Barges J Du.-yee, Union, N o 8, O F llawley; ea- J
nal boats XV J Forward, Home, (Jen Loveland, Rom?j, W F j
Nichols, Thos 11 Curtis, W1} Hoyt, Onward; also canal boats i
W A Harris, T 11 Curtis, ? Collins, Fred 11 (Jaylord.
There arrived at this port for the week ending Julv 3. 1
from foreign pons, 88 vessels, of whloh 20 were steamships, i
14 ships, 29 barks, SO brigs aud 21 schooners.
There were in this port on Saturday, July t, 449 vessels,
of which 8S were steamships, 66 ships, 9V barks, 89 brigs
and 110 schooners.
There sailed from this port during the week ending Satur- ]
day, Julv", 23 steamships, of which 14 were for European
porta and 14 for domestic ports.
Marine Dtauters*
Btkavbuip Fa loon, from Charleston for Baltimore, put 1
back 2d Inst with her steamplpc injured.
Bbio J Bickmobk, Henley, at Philadelphia from Cardenas,
reports June 26 was struck light.ung aud lost uaaiutonrriasL
Qr*Bltri, July 1?The brig fJem, from Quebec for Swan- (
sen, collided on the 15th ult on Kt Peter's Bank wllh the bark
Meteor, tor Quebec. The Ucm sunk; crew saved andUrrivert |
here. <
Lacnchkb? At Port Jefferson, LI, a coasting schooner 1
named J J Harris. She is consiiered a superior vessel of her
elms, and is 23-t tons, carpenter's meaiurcrnent. She wm ,
built Ly Mr J J Harrin, and Is owned by the builder and Johu '
llavis, of Brookliaven, LI, together with others from taut
section. j
Pchr S A Paine, C*r*cn, arrived at Hamilton. Bermuda, '
Juue 20, and would remain 12 ua>s. She had <UU bbls bplik
oil. '
Schr Albert Clarence, Bourne, out 17 rnonths, with 150 bbls
blacWt'.sh oil, cai'ed o.T the west end or Bermuda 16th ult for
provisions, having obtained which sho left the same afternoon
to cruise.
Pcli i Mary G Curren, Smith, with fi5 bbls sp and 12 do
blackball oil, called off Hungry Hay, Bermuda, 17th ult, and
after obtaining a few recrulis proceeded on to the Charles- 1
ton lishlup grounds. i
R, cutting ia. Scbr Mary K .Snnon, Sparks, of Proaincetown,
bad tukeri 275 bid < sp oil sinoe ieavlon Pa) ta.
Arrived at Provlncetown iaith, scbr H t Sparks, Ooodspeed,
Atlantic Ocean via liolrr.es Hole with oil as before re- :
ported. 1
Sailed from New London 2?t'n. schr Roswel) King, Fuller, J
Denotation Illand.
Sailed from St flelena Feb 1*5, brig Abbott Lawrence, Cleveland,
t'H. to cruise: which "JOth, harks Triton,i .Sneil, N?i, do;
21 i, Leouldas, btiouiicy, Nil, do; April Glh, 1'iLoideut, Almy, ;
do do*
A letter from Onpt Parson*, of barh Maria, of Talcshuano,
reports Lor :it Tecarniri M.iy 14, whero ^ut In to bearu tiie
vesxel, ?be havtim sprung a leak several limes the pa.it few
wombs, causing him to leavo the OH' shore Ground, where
took 76 ub:s bp oil and had two large whales missed. llud
topped the leak several times, but in heavy weather It came j
on agalo. '
A letter from the first of ieer of Chilean bark Valparaiso,
report* her off Payta Mav -4. wltb 170 bbls >,j since leaving
purl--bound hutnnbaeklnc, all well. Reports, no date, i arks
Martha. Garland, N H, Jft bbls aiuce leuvliiu Panama; Iimi'y "
and Ada, of Talcalmano, i!".0 bbls lust year; Concepclon, of
do, CJOno; Maggie llli!, of an, ISO do; Mariposa, ol do, 450
A letter from ''apt Unudy, of bark Sappho, of NB, reDort*
her at Talcahuano Apill 31, havlnc taken 60 bbls sp oil last
cruise, to en'.l that day for home. Report* at do, barks
Spartan, Osgood, N3, clean; Palmetto, Robinson, do, 1411 sp
last cruise ; Amy, W follow, Nantucket, 30 bbls last year, to
'sail that day for home; Perry, Bollea, NL, was to sail that
day for home; slup Splendid, Jerne^an, Edaartown; barks
C \V Morgan, Atl.earn, Mljnml Catalpa, Plaice, <lo, sailed
20th. The tleet generally had done |?oorly.
A letter from Capt Atbearn, oi' bark C W Morgan, ot NB,
report i hrr at Talcahuano April 15, having taken 200 bbls sp
oil last crir.se.
A letter from ('apt Cole, of bark Arab, of NB, reports her
at Panama May 21), having taken 400 bbls sp oil slncc December
last. Reports at Ksmeralda May V, scbr Mary i? Nason,
Sparks, Provlncetown, SiO b'ds sp oil this season.
A letter from third otllcer of bark Mars, Allen, of NB, reports
her at Talcaliuana April 20, with 8(10 bbls sp oil all told.
Reports, no date, Ac., bark Mt Wollaston, Collin, NB, 600 bbls
p oil all told; Marcella, Tllton, do, 100 do do.
A lettor from Capt Shiverlck, of barn Cornelia, of N B, reports
her at Talcahuano May 7, with 700 bbia sp oil all told,
would rail next day to cruise.
A litMnr from (?anf {lifi'nrtl. nf hurlr flrorhnnnrl r\f MR ra.
port* her at Talcabuano May 4, w.th 900 bbls sp oil all told.
A letter from Capt Robinson, of bark Palmetto, or NB,
reports ber at Talcabuano April 28; oil not stated.
A letter from Capt Crowell, of ship Aruoldo, of NB, report*
bcr at Talcabuano April 12; vrould sail next day to
cruise, and be atTombez in Auri'tA
letter from Capt Coin, ot bark Mt Wollaston. of NB, reporta
ber a* Talcabuano April 27. bavins taken 200 bbls up
oil hint cruise?800 bbls oil ail told.
A lelt?r from Capt Osgood, of bark Spartnn. of NB , reports
her at Talcabuano April 24, to sail on acrulaeand be
at i'ayta In the fall.
Snolcen?March 20 (br bark Sappho, at Talcabuano), oark
Oak, Thompson, Nuntuckct, clean.
In Feb (by bark Arab Arab at Panama), barks Platlna,
Chase, Westport, nothing this season; Said Bin Sultan,
Holmes, Salsm, do do.
Bark Emil (NO>, ChiistolTers, from Liverpool for Philadelphia,
July 1, iat 40 25, Ion 73 JO (bv pilot boat E F Williams,
No 14i.
Bark John Campbell (Br), Germain, from Cardiff for Baltimore,
July 1, lat 40 29, Ion 72 30 iby pilot boat K F Williams,
No 17.
Btig Courier (N<i), Lund, from Palermo for Philadelphia,
54 days out, July 1, off Nkntucket (by pllbt boat Abrarn Leggeu,
Poreim l'ort?>
Bar now, June 18? Sailed, Clara, Edwards, NYork.
Hkkmi-.hiia VEN, Juue H-Salled, Europa. Plcblor, and Jobanue
Mane, Uunavus, NYork; ticean. Ucrdes, Baltimore.
Bukmor Atrea, May 14?Arrived, Marlon Emerson, SbeldraLe,
Savannah : lfi.ii, fiiella Lodge, Jones, NYork; P C
Merryman, Pennell, Bordeaux.
BrHMUDA, June 18-Arrlred.brla Excelsior, Maynr, NYork
(will load cotton snved from ship Clara Morse and sail lor
S York about Juue 3D); SOUi, sctir Morning Star, Smith, Boston.
Cardiff, June 20-Ai rived, Rochester, Clougb, Liverpool.
Iii the Roads ?)t'i, Topgallant, PhilHps, from Hami urg,
seeking; Moses Day, Woudwortb, for New York (the latter
Cleared 18tb, John Clark, Ross, Calcutta.
Cadiz, June H'?Sailed, Union, Uracil, NYork.
Okal, June *1 Aniv 'J, John Paul, Currle, London for
Providence (and authored.
Off mot put back) lvth, Mystic Bell, Burnbam, from Teiel
for Swapa'.ja.
Ki.m.norr, June 17-Arrlved, Elvira, Robertson, Swartwick
for Boston.
Falmouth, June 21-Arrived, Evening Star, Kuealy, Matanzas.
haliad 20th, Adam Von Koss, WitU Providence.
(JuKRNOih. June 17 Sailed. Pacllic, Foss, NYork.
Halifax, June80?Arrived, bark Thames, Liverpool; July
1, steamship Etna, LockbeaU, NYork for Liverpool iaud proceeded).
Isi.r or Wiout, June?Off Dunnose '20tb, t? AM, Confidence,
Patterson, lrom London for New York, and lauded
Lit it POOL, Juno 20-Arrlved. Speadaway, May, and
I'rmi, Jes?en, Qalreslon ; Shand, Lepau, Mobile; Almlra,
t'rn?."!, liriiiiswlok, i!a; Mindoro, i.ameron, 8*n Francisco,
d ?'Jih, SVar H?,*k, Williams, Kan Francisco.
Cleared 2i;th, Ei . 'rado, Woodslde. ArdruatM auJ San
Kr*t)t;l#<:?i: Hen Brieve. Vloffett. Philadelphia.
Ent out tOtb, The (Jueea ( ), Tfcr.mpaon, and Fid alio, Kladt, i H
York ; Nova Heou iu l?, Klcbard?oo, Quebec.
London, June 3D?Arrived, Canadianue, KquUa, Ban Fran oo.
Mkbmn a, June 13 -Arrived, Bounding Billow, Fllnn, Gail.
Samana Bay, June 20 In port brlj Ruth, Wilklna, from
Tin ion, June 18 -Sail* I, Lyman ("mm, Front, Providence.
TakkaOONa, June 15?Suited, Ibis. Crabtrer, Caillj.
Zanuiuak, June 16- Arrived, bark Ueinibok, Bunker
American Ports.
BOSTON, July 1, AM?Cleared, iteamiliip (ienrzff Appold,
owes, Baltimore; bark Kniniirlok, KliU, Philadelphia;
rlxa Jaa Miller, rhomb*. Port Spain; E C Re 1'nan, Scott,
u; K M Haaien, Jonri, AlmaodiU; icbr* A J (111more. Lord,
t John'i. Pit; Ilfuri'fa, Learitt, Jaokaouvu.*; barati
ooo, Hickman, Philadelphia.
BALTIMORE, July l ? Arrived, steamship Haltlmors (NO),
oeckter, Bremen ; bai It Templar. Wilton, Km Janeiro; brigs
*o Latimer, Ki.i?ln, Ht John a, Pit; Isabel, T?ui*>U, Hk.iiond,
Mo: achu Clara W Klwell, flllM, an ; ilsin, Rnlteutl,
oiton; Halite M Howes, Howes, Kill Itivor; 11 F Reeves.
Irown, NYork.
Cleared?Brig Harry, Seilgley, West Indie* 'and failed).
Sailed?Brlc Kmnauut.
2d -Arrived. S'.etuiihlp Win Kennedy. HalleU, Boston.
CHAEI.Ei-TOX, July U?Sailed, steamship Charleston,
lerry, NYork.
D1GHTON, June 29-Salled, achri M D Seull, Steelman,
llexandrla; Reading Railroad No tf, Homcra, for Pbtladelibii,
GEORGETOWN, OC, Jure ?9-Arrived, nebrn Janu VelIren,
Cavalier; Jolin Walker, Uavls; Carrie Holtnes, Holme*;
V Vaugban. ; Enoch Moore, Chambers; II J Raymond,
illswortb ; Went Wind, Townsend, from Eastern porta.
Cleared?Scbrs Oliver Ames. Lent, Providence; L A Hoptins,
I'redmore. NYork; J L Maloy, Itussail, do; j J Pharq,
toper, Palrhaven; Tb?odor? l'ean, I bHpa, r'ill Hirer; T T
["asker, Allen, Boston; J P (.ouic.'ya for Syorlc.
SOth?Arrived, schrs A (1 Ireland, Towmmdu; J T Willama,
Newburr; M*rv G Poss, Oornwell; Lotus Klotts, Vau
[ban; T W H While, Smith; Helen 'lar, Nlc'ietson; Lydia B
Ilowpertbwalte, Gardner; Annte \\ Collins, Tooker. _ _ .
Ciearel Scbrn Stephen Morg.m, l<uvy, NYork: J P Calls, ?.
Kndtcott. New Bediord; Jaua 1 Durfee, Marty, Pull River; ^
Ikvlark, Loring, Provldencs; <iue.en or ths West, Beatty,
ialem; Ueo Nevtm,er, i-inltb, gojUm; John Shay, Fisher,
fort Morris; H J Raymond, Ellsworth, Hudson.
1st - Cleared, schrs Lamartlns, Sutler, Wareharn; Mary K
ilmmoos, Gandy, Port Morris; Jas Veldron, Caviiear, Norirloh;
John Walker, Da Is, Newark: Addle Walton, Rich,
Providence; Carrie llolmae, Holme*, Jersey City. <
GARDINER, JUQfilM?Sailed, scbrs Oliver Jameson, J.ime
on, NYork; Dick Williams, Corson, Phi.adelphia; 26th, brig
Hancock, Collins, Cuba.
HOLMES' HOLE, June 39, PM-Arrived, brig Proteus,
Church, Hoboken for Boston; scltrs Kedron 'Br>. Hatfield,
NYork for Parrsboro; Laura Robinson, Kublninn, Ellialethport
for Hln^ham; Frank Walter, Corson, Kondout for
Soston; Malanta (lir , McBnrnle, Windsor for NYork; Ratlk
rhomas, Dodge; Anna Elizabeth, Mitchell, and II E Barnes,
fcrey, Bangor for do.
Hailed HrlgVIll Be'In (Br); sehrs Saban, Lucy Bakef,
Pacific, Onward, liarah Louise, Breese, Wl.lians B Darling,
Emllv, Corvo.
SOtu. AM-Arrived^ mhrs Telegraph, Hall, Cambridge, Md,
for Hath; Mary Patten, Cumnalniis. Baltimore for Boston;
Flora A Sawyer, Nutter, NYork for do; 8now Squall, Robln on,
do for Portsmouth; Planet. Pratt, do for Newburyport;
Jeullle, Kennedy, do for Rockland; Rosanna Koie, Burteas,
Hoboken for Boston ; Zlcave, Smith, Ellzabethport for
Beverley; Frolic, Dillingham, Uiiluiar* tor Boston.
Sailed?Hrlu Proteua; nelirs Kelron, Laura Robinson,
Prank Waller. Malauta, Ruth Thomas. Anna Elizabeth,
fcgnes, Nellie Belle, Lady of ths Ocean.
Passed by Wth, bari Restless, i rown, Boston for New
PM?Arrived, scbrs Frsnk A Nellie, Kendall, Philadelphia
'or Halem : Ann B Valentine, Baliey, Richmond, Me, for Sa
rannali, Trade Wind, Corson, do lor Philadelphia; John 8
Oeiwiler. (iractt. Uailoweli lor do; Emma M Fox, faie, Nan.ucket
for do; Win Artlmr, Andrew*, Portland for NYork:
faclOc, Waul Addlion for do; l.'erro Uordo, Pieriou, Lyun
'or do; M C Hart, Kawley, Kockport, Me, for do; Benj Ena
tub, Kelly, South Arnboy.
July L AM?Arrived, imir* Grace Webster, Hume, Rlchnood,
Me, for Waiblngton, DO; Stepbea Hotcliki.xs, HoJjIon,
do for Baltimore; Joe W Allen, Doane, BohIoh for do;
W?t*oo, JJoiivifaiia '?r Philadelphia; O Jameeon,
Fameio.i, Gardiner for NYork.
Balled-Schri Aon K Valentine, Trade Wind, J 14 Detwller,
E M Fox, Wm Arthur, Pacific, Cori'i Gordo, M K Hart.
MOBILE, June JtfwArnvtd, brig Julia F Carney, Oolbnrn,
JtEW ORLEANS, JunoSS?Cleared, larks VIUedeStLoo
Rr), Dubois, Havre; Homeward Bound, Giimore, do; Hclris*.
Kea, Liverpool.
NfcWHUP.Vl'oK r. June 99?Sailed, ichr E U Irwin, Johnion,
(ieomtown. DC.
NEW BEDKOBD, June 29? Arrived, scbrs Elm City, Kelev.
Uxh?Arrived, tchr Kannle Hazard, Mayo, Elizabeth port.
Saiied?Sclir Tlioma* Potter, Handy, it fork.
NORWICH, Jun? J9-billed, fcehm Mirla Fleming, "11l.uiu,
and Cbaneellor, I'ratt, NYork.
NEff HAVEN, June 3J?Arrived, schr? Jatue* MoOre,
Pllnu,J'btla'lelpbl*; lien Orant, Tribbs, and J v'abill, Hal
ock, Elitabethu >rt.
PHILADELPHIA, July 1-Arrl ed, brie* J Bickmore,
Henley, and Scotlaul. Cook, Cardenas; li Houston, Fromsh.
"m jarleD ; Kodi'k, Downing, 8a;iu; Kraiiy, Smith, Penia:ol?;
Euuorua. Karr, K?nncbec; schrs Irvine, LMgjIns, Carlenas;
E R Uraham, Smith, Kennebec; (1 B ffoo-l, Smith,
Hallowed; Golden l.agle, llowei; 8 J Bright, Shaw, (i?o 11
Bent, Smith; J A I'arions, Youn;:, and Lou In Krazcr, Steel-'
man, Boston; Ann S Brown, t''isk, Newport.
Cleared?Ship Wallace, Jordan, Antwerp; bnrits 9 A Dudnan,
Roge)*, Havre; Isabella (Nil), Manor, lire'ucu; S.ivanlah,
Scalfe, Sombrero; brlfi* Edith, P iunm, Bath; Georga
Prescott, Buckmlnster. Botfon: schrs W O Hearborn, Scull;
David Collin*, Townaend; A H Edwards. Bvrtleit; Spartel,
Smith; Komp, Miller; H;-.vld Waason, Taplev, ami Tellncnae,
Jreed, Boston; H T Iiedgea, He Iges.San Harbor; L A Rose,
Rose, Lynn; J Wll.iaiu-ou, Corson, Providence.
Lxwes, July 8?At the Breakw iter bark Uebecca Caruana,
Lilesecang, from Matin/.** for orders.
PORTLAND, June 30-Arrlved, brig Ocean Belle, Diter,
Sailed?Bark* Deborah Pennell, Iron tide*.
PORTSMOUTH, June 29- Arrived, bark Veata, Littlewd,oo
Ardrosaan, Seotlamt.
PAWTUOKET, June 80?Arrived, achr Kallle T Chart re
Simmons, Ellxabethport.
8al id Schrs Cynthia Jana, Gardner, and Jabox L White,
Fuandon, NYork.
PHOV1DENOE, June HO?Arrived, *chr? Jo* E Pott*, PhllIIpa,
and Jo* P Ross Paull, Ellxabethport for Paw tucket; '
Uncaa, Morgan, Elliabetbuort: sloops Oregon, Wilson, and
Emily, Harden, NYork.
Sailed?Schrs Frank Jameson, Jameson, NYork (or Phlla
lelphla); Wave, Hubbard, irenton; Veranda, Pond; Eliza
Hamilton, Cole; Helen Mar, Ward * Mary Mrrshon. Bright
man; Jaa English, Barker, and Sarah L Merrltt, Walters,
RICHMOND, June 30-Below, bark Feplta (NO), Hansen,
from Boston; scur D y Keeling, Robinson, from
BAN FKANCI800, July 1? Arrived, ship* Henry Reed
Br;. McCrae, Hong llong; Wltoh of the Wave, Batchelaer,
Salled--8teamshlp America, Dome, Yokohama and Hong
Kon ; ship Fla^tirfuti, Thatcher, Mazatlan.
2d?Arrived, ship MoneU 'Br), Wilson, Sydney.
SAVANNAH, June 2*-CI?sred, ship Star of Hope, Gage,
Liverpool; bark Colin E McNeil, White, Montevideo for orler*.
July 2?Arrived, steamship Virgo, Bulkley, NYork; bark
Merr itnac, Bath.
Cleared?Steamship San Salvador, Nlckerson, NYork;ship
5t Jatnci, Mobile: sclir Enchantress, NYork.
SALfcX, June 27?Arrived, yacht Hello (new, o: Beverley,
!4 tons). Jos I' Gardner, NYork.
Sailed?Scbr Light ol the East (from Waldobor'j), for Jacklonvilin.
WILMINGTON, NO, Juna 29?Cleared, schr Spofford, F
rumer, Stockton, Me.
July 1?Cloared, steamship El Cld, Nlckerson, NYork.
WAREHAM, June Is -Arnvod. schrs La>iv Antrim, Baker,
Poiiglikenpsle; Fred Tyler, Tlrrell, Jersey Cily.
corner Broome street, New Vork. prices reduced to golil
at*-* on Diamonds, (Jold and Silver Watches, lute Jewelry
iml sterling silverware. Cash paid for old Silver and Dianoadh
laws, from the courts of diffarent Stales, for persons
if any State or country ; leeal everywhere'; no puoll -ity; n?
sen til! successful; advice l'r?e.
FREDERICK I. KINil, Couuiellorat-Law,3ti3 Broadway.
Are you suffering with indigestion i does
heartburn trou'alo you!' I>o you spit iip our w iter t
Jo at once to the drupE'si'* and gel a box of WKLLlNll'8
Dyspepsia Tablets. Prtae 60u. per box. sec home refernces.
Cicero lays, ''Purge until cured." *bl? jwtnc.plc of cure
wan alone relied upon In tbo brightest days of Koine. Let
the wise use BRANDRFTH'S PILLS, which enforce tliia
jreat principle and give beauh, and will preveut sudden
They seem to have a peculiar effect up^n rarbun In the
blood. Famlllea who Lace used these Pills as ilieir family
medicine for Oftv years, from dark and thick skinned Lav*
become many shades lighter, while their skins have grown
thinner, and their general constitutions and organizations
bare improved. We know that In tropioal climates there la
i great pressure upon the outer skin, the pores of which are
constantly throwing out impurities. By the use of BRANDRETII'S
PILLS now and then the skin is relieved by so
much as the bowels aid in the work of throwing out impurities
from the system.
through a series of yenrs will show themselves In producing a
lighter complexion, and generally improving the constitution
and the organization. I do not say Brandreth's Pills will t
turn the black white, but 1 tblak they would in one or two
generations: and medical men who hare given their attention
to the subject agree with me. But one thing I do know,
that the use of Brandreth's l'ills invariably removes all impure
accumulations from the bowels and the blood, and that
they are sure to do good In all sickuess, of whatever natur*
It may be, and they are Innocent as bread; thorefore safe for
both sexes and all aces.
8oM by all Druggists.
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dr kstn.'s
Magnificent Museum
Magnificent Museum
Magnificent Museum
Ii open to the pub.io
la open to tbe public
Daily, for gi'ut.eiuen only,
Al 74b Broadway,
Opposite Astor place.
Admission AO cents.
No mork medicine.- dyspepsia, con'STIi'ATION.
Dlarrhnia, Consumption and all kind* of Fevers and
F'.oinach Disorders urn cliectua.lv ourcd otiiy hy Du Ban-y'a
He?a>nta food. 7U,UUU c ire*. Copies sent irw Sold in
tins, one pound, fll ; fivo pounds, .$j. DU BAKliY A CO.,
IIT.i William street, Now York, and all the best druggists and
grocers In town and country.
Radical cure, without knife, caustic or
detention from bunneis, lor Stricture. Fi'Mla, I'lloa,
Disease! of tbe Pelvlo Viscera, Diseases and Detoruillies of
tbe Ere, Nost, Face and Person.
HENRY A. DANIELS, M. D? 144 Leilas*"" tw?p'ie.
Thomas r. aonew, orkemwic:i
New York, has reduced the prices of i'>*>. C'ifn"j ,
Sugars, Floor .m l all krids of Groceries, Mola?aoi ?:.d Fio Ifioot
to the gold sUiniard#

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