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The Army Reduced to a Peace Footing. No More Resignations of Officers to be Accepted. Minister Bancroft Anxions to Return Home. An Effectual Movement Toward Civil Service Reform. Washington, June 4, IS71. Tlr Army Plnred on n Peace Footing. The United states Army lias Anally been reduced to a peace rooting, in accordance with the act of Congress of July 15, 1870. Under mis urrangement eur tegular army will consist of one general, one netrenant general, lour major generals and three brigadier generals, with the usual complement of staff in the field. Besides there will be the adjutant, quartermaster, commissary and surgeon generals, wtu their respective suborninntes. The corps of engineers, me Ordnance Department, the Signal X orps. ten regiments of cavalry, five regiments ol artillery, twenty-five reglmen.s or lnfuutry, the Unitary Acauemy and a body ol ludian scouts. The rank will consist of 30,000 enlisted men, apportioned as follows:?Engineers, 300; Inlontry, i5,coo; caval ry, it.ooo; artliiery, 3,633; non-commissioned staff, B; ?rduauce sergeants and men, 30. The Indian scouts will foot up 1.000; company laundresses. 1,700; employes of the tjurterniaster's Department, 2,500. The total amount ol enlisted men and attaches for whom rations will have to be Issued are 35,234. It Is expected that it will be necessary to rc-enlist 6,000 during the year to keep the army up to this stand ard, and as the pay will be reduced to the old anu-rebellion rates this will be no easy lask. The commissioned officers are tendering inelr resignations In such uumhers that there Is no longer a surplus, and the Secretary of War has decided to accept of no lurtner resignations, except for reasons recognized In war times a-1 abso lute. Among those who have thus far resigned are many who achieved reputations for hard service daring the war. Minister Uunrroft Anxious to Urtnrn Ilutuc. 'J he credentials of Mr. Bancroft as Minister to the German empire have been suit to liiiu. It lias been certainly ascertained that this gentleman is anxious to return home, but our government, de sires him to remains at his post. The Flint Step Toward t'tvil Service Reform. The President has appointed George W. Curtis, of Hew York, Joseph McdiU, of Chicago: Alexander G. Cattell, of New Jersey; Damson A. Walker, of Pennsylvania; E. B. Elliott, of ihe Treas ury Department, and Joseph 11. Black Ian, ol the Poet Otllee Department, to carry cut the object of that clause In the appro priation bill, passed March 3, 1871, authorizing the rreehieut to prescribe such rules and regu lations lor the admission or persons lu:o the civil service of the united States as will best promote the edlclency tUcreof, arid ascertain the fitness of each candidate in respect to age, health, character, knowledge and anility for the service mio which he seeks to enter. The Board will convene on the hfcih lust, at the Interior De partment. The Spanish Claim* Commission. The joint United States and Spanish Commission Will commence its Tegular session in Washington. The convention provides for the adjudication of claims of citizens of the United Mates, or their heirs, against the government of Spain for wrongs an,] injuries committed against persons and property, or those of wnom said heirs are legal representatives, by the authorities ol Spain In ihe Island of Cuba, or within the jurisdiction thereor, since the present insurrection. East year Secretary Fish communicated to Congress a list of persons said to be citizens of the United States whose properties it Is said were confiscated or embargoed during the Hostilities, with a statement in each case?namely, JosC- Garcia Angorica, Joaquin Garcia Angorlca, Inconclo Casa nova, Job? Gado, Danford, Knowiton A Co.; Felix Covin y Pinto, Josf Govm y Pinto, Eusebio Guite ras, JosC Murcios, Cristobal Madau, Thomas J. Mora, lluusto Mora. Martin Muzes, Ramon Lamar, John C. Rosas, Moses Taylor A Co., Louis C. Madeira, for himself and the firm of Madeira, Cabana and Aurelia Orango; and ulso a list of six teen persons, said to be citizens of the United blare.-, unlawfully Imprisoned and held incomuni caao; and of twenty persons, also said to have been unlawfully imprisoned, but not held t ncomuntoado, during the hostilities. Some ol these cases, It is understood, have boeu seitled. Sluce the date of the Secretary's communication other claims have been received, and these, with all those previously presented, will be referred to the Convention. The Svanisn government has recently expressed its wish to have all the claims promptly and satisfac torily ad. listed. Return n?uie of the Vice President. Vice President Colfax telegraphs that he arrived at his nome in South Bend yesterday morning and Blood the Journey very well, despite the hot and duslv weather. Vire Consuls of Sweden nnd Norway. The President has recognized the following named persons as Vice Consuls of Sweden und Norway:? Carl Frederick Clausen, at Washington: Carl T. T&gelleu, SI Grand Haven, Mich., and Carl Moller, at Leavenworth, Kansas, III. Treilhard, ihe Freneli Minister, wlih In-family, Is at a country residence in Mary land. He will scon proceed to Massachusetts, but will not return to t-Yance for several months. M. dc Bellonnet will continue to act as Charge d'Aflaires until the appointment o! M. Treilhard's successor. fScrrC'iiiry Ifilkrm;i luspertlnc the Operations of ihe Sd.iul Service. The secretary of War, accompanied by some friends, made a visit of inspection to tlic elder signal otllee yes erday, when they examined the various self-registering meteorological Instruments, the manner of making observations, the process of re ceiving ttie reports, of printing the uniiy maps &n<l bulletins, und a!-o the meteorological instruments being prepared for the North Pole Ex pedition. The Beereeary of War was particularly Interested in the manner of receiving the reports by telegraph, lie was placed In communication with New York, Chicago and New Orleans and received niessag' s Immediately aud simultaneously, giving tne condition ot the weather, Ac., at each place. Xchui'iuM Expense* in ibe Internal Revenue lltirenu. The Commissioner of Internal Revenue has ad dressed a letter to assessors, calling their attention to the necessity of further reducing the force of as s.etant assessors. The maximum number was, at the time Congress repealed certain taxes, over 2.400, and on the 1st of Januai.v last the force had been reduced to 1,800. As the business of this class of officers has been materially decreased by the abolition of special tuxes the force will be farther reduced to about 1,400 by the close t>l the present tucnth, which also ends the fis-'tl year. The revenue, lit realtor, will i>e mat thy oerivod from the tax on spirits, tobacco, tnalt liquors, cigars and proprietary stamps, and the Commissioner dtrects that assessors shall exer cise a surveillance over all goods placed upon the market and see thai the requirements o! the jaw are fu'.iy carried out. lor llarhsr nod /.oral Dsfenre. The Beoretary of War has ordered a series of Axpcrimeuts by the Engineer Corps with torpedoes for harbor and local deb noes, Congress having, at Its last session, appropriated $l'i,ouo for tins new branch of warlare. The Nrw York Central Hntlrond's appeal c from tne decision of the Commissioner of Iniernal Revenue to the Becretary of the Treasury Is still In the hands of Assistant Solicitor Robinson. A report m?y not lie made bctor^ the return of Solicitor Hnj- eid, oo tlie blh lnsi- Tin# case is deemed more man ordinarily important, in view of the fact tnat it is the first of the kind that ha'? ever been raised and as the decision uffects very sensibly the internal revenue. The Dariea Cunl Treaty. The Isthmus of D&nen Canal treaty was not acted on at the late extraordinary session of the Senate lor (he reason it was not sufficiently explicit In lta terms, and, besides, the Committee on Foreign Rela tions were desirous of learning officially the result of the Tebuantepec survey before coining to a con clusion on intcroccamc communication. No More Indinn Treaties to be Negotiated. The Cherokee Treaty, involving several millions of dollars to the Cherokee Natlou, remains In the hands ol the .senate Committee on Indian A [fairs. The agents of the nation have in vuin been seeking action upon It. From the expressed disposition of Congress there will be few, If any, more treaties with the Indians negotiated. Hereafter ull the relief to them will oe direct legislation. Thank'ul lor Small Favors. The President having concluded not to make any change in Hie Collectorsblp at Mobile, ex-Senator Wlliard Warner, who has been In a hesitating mood for some time, has at last concluded that he will ac c< pt the appointment tendered him of the guberna torial chair at New Mexico. The ex-senator did not finally make up his mind until he fonnd that the President was determined to adhere to his word, klli'i'llve Device lor Cancelling Stamp*. The question of a proper device to be adopted for cancelling revenue stamps has always beon a vexa tious one to ihe commissioner of Internal Revenue; and it is claimed that since the stamping system went into operation the government has annually been a huge loser through the improper use of cancelled stamps. For some time it was found that the tax on manufactured tobacco was evaded, because the stamps were made to do double and even triple duty before they were dis carded, and remedy was only fonud by ordering every stamp to be affixed in such a manner that its destruction was secured whon once used, ana fraud was thus rendered impossible; but It was dis covered that the plan adopted did not work well on beer kegs, ami In consequence many dishonest brewers Have been enabled to defraud the govern ment to a large extent. Various devices have from time to time been submitted to the Commis sioner, but all have proved Ineffective. A plan lately submitted, and which is found to work the thorough destruction of stamps when once used. Is to attach a metallic cap to the spigot hole, holding the stamp directly ovqr It. The process of affixing this cap renders any lurther use of the stamp impossible. Where this plan has been used brewers have protested against it, as it put them to extra expense in pro curing the caps. A number of protests have induced Commissioner Fleasonton to submit to the Attor ney General the question as to whether the government has a right to prescribe the manner In which the stamps may be cancelled, | and whether brewers can legally be compelled to adopt such devices as inay be considered necessary j to protect the government rrom lraud and securo i the proper collection of the revenue. It is under stood that the Attorney General takes the position that the government has this right, and orders will be shortly issued requiring brewers to conform to the new method. Emigration to Manitoba. J. T. Whiting, General Western Agent of the Union Steamboat Company, was at the Treasury Depart ment yesterday making inquiries about boualng all the vessels belonging to that company to carry dutiable goods from Buffalo to Duinth. It appears that with the opening of spring navigation tins year there has been a remarkable emigra tion from Eastern Canada to the Red River country, and Buffalo has been fixed upon as the Eastern shipping point to accommodate ail tliis class of travel and the commerce naturally arising therefrom. The Western terminus of the route will be Duluth, and from thence to Pembina goods will be transported by rail or such other mode of conveyance as may be agreed upon. This hcgira is entirely unaccounted for and causes much surprise at the Treasury Department. The emigrants are mostly French and Irish. ? HE K1CMAS IWULLE3 CLUX On Saturday evening the First ward democracy in augurated toe Nicholas Muher Club, on Battery place, one of the most itchercnt affairs of tne sea eon. The club, numbering some ?06 members, organized Saturday evening and named the associ ation after Nicholas Muller, who for twenty years iw t'L l%r tTamn'!l?y P??y ?> that IS lty. The First ward last night was ahla/e with bonfires and fireworks. Tne club bouse was iSfi'S aud ttle r?oins elegantly uecorated w.tli fcrrk flags oi the Mulicr Guard, portraits of Gov ernor Hoffman, Mayor Hall, William M. Tweed, Mr Muiieraud other prominent men. Speeches were made oy Algernon s. Sullivan, Nicnolas Mulier General Schwurzwaelder, President Germaula Bank; Judge Freeman, Mr. A. H. U. Dawson, Mr. John Callahan. Frank \. s. Oliver, Colonel tv. R. Roberts, member of Congress; General O'Belrnc .Mr. John Scully and others. Among the notables present were John Mclntyre, n. Baldwin, William Harrington, D. S. Sullivan, Charles Scholtz. Colonel Coonan, Captain Glover, of the old Excelsior reai uient; Mr. John Scully, .lames P. Burns, Captains l Iman, Cherrv, Speight, Sergeant Oatesund others, lhc club officers are Darnel Kennedy. President MUllam Harrington, Vice President; Henry Blck,' Jr., Recording Secretary; Richard A. Barton. Flm.nl cial Secretary; Denis Heeuan, i'reaturer, and George Dowaliy, Sergeant-at-Arms. THE GRAF TOW BAS< ROBBERS. Worcester, Mass.. June 4, lsii. The trial of the GraJion bank robbers closed yes terday afternoon. The jury were out two hours, aud the verdict was as follows:?Docherty, Clcason and >.im Ferris, guilty; Rcnben Perns was found not guilty, and wn- then indicted for participation. lhere are two ludlrtmcnis standing against him He pieaded not guilty, and was placed under $10,000 bonds on the first ami $5,ouu on the second 1 he others wero remanded to jail. in the cases of the three convicted tne Court allowed tne execu tions tfia' the luulctmeut was Uefeclive in not stating the ownership ol Warren block. In which tin- bank was lucaud. Their cases go me October term of the Supreme court. Jim Welch, one ot the robbers, who turned State's evidence, was released Oil Oiili* THE TRoYIIY (IHRCH PROPERTY. One ol the Anaehe J -ns Heirs ilouglit Off for I? 1 .OltO.btiO? i Grocer of Iiidiauapoli* the .Lucky Person. [From the Indianapolis find.) Journal, June 2.1 Indianapolis is steadily keeping puce with her sister cities In the matter of first class sensations, Iue la-t we nave to chronicle Is one in reference to a^dUementoisomeNew York property, by which sir. ii. \\. Ca.dwell, a well known grocer of ihis city, becomes possessed of a cool million. The fol lowing is a brief History of the case;?For the past thirty or furi.y years tne relatives or ,\lr. Caldwell have been identified vvnli tne movement ol the A a nek e Jans heirs to obtain possession ol the Trinity church property. They based their expectations iijioii tne lacc that erne or two Annekcs are lu the luuuly, and some deeds, leases and other papers thai have been banded down through the family. I lually they all became disgusted and gave up the c ami, refusing to have any thing further to do with me matter. These papers came into me possession ol Mr. Caldwell, ami vvncu be receive i a letter from an uncle m the South saying that a rep re.-entative or the Anneke Jans lieirM had called upon fitni for Information wliicn he was supposed to pos sess in reference to the claim lie turned ins whole attention to im niuuer oi looking up the record. He finally became convinced tuat Hie papers lielield were oi tne greatest value to Trinity cnur. n corpo ration, and accordingly, about five years since lie ma le a proposition to the trustees to sell 1 lieui for *100,001), winch was re used. Mr. Caldwell then made another examination, and discovered that the pdpc I S he held reterred to eight acres of land imme diately adjoining the Trinity church property fronting on Fulton stie.u ttml Broadway. Far mer examination snowed that in the year i.;c John Cosine, ins great grandfather, leased the properly .'oi nine!)-nineyears,previous ton moving to Pennsylvania, In leases ol this kind, seloom, if unytliing is heard ol tlie property again by me heirs <>r the original owner, but In inis instance Mr. Cald wcl clearly anil fully established the record to the property, tlie lease on which expired In l??a. He iua.it another proposition, this time to Hie persons oetupvjng ihe e.gnt acres, otlertng to sell his indi vidual lute re >i and the papers in his possession for one million dollars. After examining Mr. Caldwell's papeis and tne records, the gentlemen, through ineir agent, agree.! to mo terms, and on last F'rl tiay Mr. Caldwell left for Now Vork to close up the tiunsler. Yesterday he returned home, hav mg?in his possession the authority of the occupants to draw on them lor $l.0uo,ooo. Mr. C'aldwi iisays that aiter arranging his business matters In this city be will spend trie rest ol his davs in Kentucky which is the native blate of himself and wile. He wtkes bis good fortune very considerately, but says lit is on the hunt for more. While in New York tic Ira: lied or 2<>o acres lu Harlem lliul was In the pos m-salon of John Cosine at the time of the lease of the elglit I'.cres referred to above, and he is saiistied that he can work out lull and satisfactory cmim to a pos session of ihat property. Jf he does, and he speaks as tliougu he believes it, Cornelius Vanderblit will have to pay the naiauce of the purcbaed luyucy on firs laaious tlai'lcui Height depot site. A FIGHIIKG POLICEMAN. lie SbooU a Brather O lllcer Three Times and Nearly Kill* Two Cltlaeae. Shortly alter twelve o'clock yesterday Isaac Watson and Albert Crowell went into the "Wood bine," corner of Thirteenth street and Sixth ave nue, for the purpose of getting a drink. They found there a party of three or four persons, one ol wnom was patrolman John Gillespie, of the Twenty-eighth precinct, and another was the noto rious flannel-mouth drntglat of Broadway; but all wire drinking ami making a frightful noise. Fear ing that, iroin the condition they all seemed to be in, A SERIOUS DISTURBANCE might occur at any moment, Watson and Crowell took their "bitters" as soon as po-sllilo and left. They had gone but a short alstance when they observed Gillespie, whom noither of them had ever seen before they went into tho "Woodbine," follow ing tnem. lie soon came up with them, and, accost ing tliem in a very friendly manner, asked them both to join him in a quiet drink at some neighbor ing saloon, lhis they refused to do, but as Gillespie dlu not seem inclined to leave them, they said they would go and take a cigar apiece. No sooner said than done; Dut still Gillespie would not leave them. As a last resort they Invited lilm to take "something" with them, and to this request he uuitc readily assented. The party now went Into John Carey's saloon, corner of Tenth street and Sixth avenue, and upon stepping up to the bar Gillespie called out to them to "NAME THEIR WEAKNESS," at the same time pulling out a roll of bills with which to pay the "damage." Watson remon strated with mm, saying that as he and his friend had proposed the treat they should tje allowed to pay lor It. Gillespie refused to see it in that light, declaring that lie could not only pay all bills, but that he ooold "lick" any man he oversaw. Words now ran high, all hands talking at once. To show i hat he was as good as his word Gillespie waded Into me two Iriends, ltrst with his right and leit "dukes," and then with a huge club which he hud picked up somewhere about the saloon, lie was fast MAKING THINGS YEKY LIVELY for both Watson and crowell, when, to escape him, they ran out the back door ou to the steps, iiu: the gentle policeman had but just commenced getting tils hand in, as he said, aud thereiore wus not going to haitc die llitie affair put au cud to lu that way. Following tlieui up, he >iruck Watson u irlghtitil blow on the head, knocking him off the steps on to the pavement, luur feet below, and breaking his left shoulder blade. At this juncture officer Lcroy, of the Ninth pre cinct, who was ou post near by, heard the cries of the two men and WENT TO THEIR RESCUE. Just as he was entering the front door of the saloon Watson and Crowell broke away from their perse cutor, aud, with their clothes torn, their eyes black ened and blood streaming down their faces, bounded past and through the crowd out into the street. Gillespie at once started in pursuit, swingiug his club over his heud, aud swearing like mad that lie would kill them both U ever he got Ills hands on them again. Officer Lerov called ont to him to stop, when he at once turned on him (Leroyj aud commenced APPLYING THE CLUB to the region of lils cranium 111 the liveliest manner possible, in self-deienoe Leroy drew bis club and struck him, wnen Gillespie (pulled out a revolver and commeucctl tiring. Leroy ran Into tne yard, where he was followed by Gillespie, who flred lour shots at him, three ot which took etrcct In his left thigh. Falling to the pavement, the would-be murderer jumped on him aud began pound lug nim over the head with the hurt end oi his pistol, strange as it may seem, no one inter fered to save the prostra'e man's life, and Gillespie continued to pound luni until hc">as tired. Besting on Ills laurels a lew moments he again RETURNBD TO THE ASSAULT, but by this time Leroy had partially recovered, and by means of a desperate struggle succeeded in wrenching the pistol from his persecutor's hands. As soon as ne had lost possession of his "shooting iron" Gillespie threw himself ou the ground and feigned to be dying. Oillcer Fitzgerald now came in and arrested the "dead" man, wnotn he turned over to Sergeant IdcOouib, of Jeilerson Market Police Court, aud. alter giving directions to have Lero.v conveyed 011 a stretcher to the siatton house, started In pursuit of Watson and Crowell, the panics whom every one said had done the shooting. Once out 01 ihe crowd In the saloon Watson and CroweU MADE LIVELY TIME down toward Washington square, followed by a large crowd of men, women aud boys, snouting and halloing at the top of iheir voices that tlie two bloody, bruised and ragged Individuals had shot a policeman. Entering tlie square both of them were arrested by a couple of Park oitlcers, who conveyed tiiem to the Fifteenth precinct station house, whence captam Hetfclen sent tliein to the 11111U1 precinct. When they reached ihere an ex planation was had which soon set the matter right, after which the two uulortunate men's wounds were dressed and tney were detained as witnesses. Dr. Beach dressed officer Lerov's wound, which he pronounced ot a very dangerous character. The unfortunate officer has been eighteen years on the force, and Is now upwards of tlfty years 01 age. Gillespie has been three years on tne force, and up to the present time has borne an excellent char acter. 1 PROBABLE MU'iOSH IB THE NINTH WARD. William Turte, of 637 Greenwich street, and Tat. rick Kane, of 761 Washington street, while In the liquor saloon of II. llartjean, 37s West Tweirth street, on Saturday night, engaged lu a quarrel, dur ing which Turte stabbed Kane lu the abdomen, in dicting, It is feared, a latal Wound. The injured man was removed to the Ninth precinct sta tion house, when it was discovered his intestines were protruding from the wound. After receiving medical aitcndance he was removed to Bellvue Ilos puai in u unbalance. Kant- was arrested i?y Cap tain Washburn and officer Flanagan, and will be held to await the result of the injuries. A CUTTING AFFRAY. An altercation occurred yesterday afternoon be tween Charles Fischer and William Blanck, two butchers employed in a slaughterhouse In Tenth avenue, between Fortieth aud Forty-flrst streets, where tliey were workiug at the time, when Fischer cut Blanck across the right wrist with a large butvner krillc. inflicting a severe and dangerous wound. The injured man's wounds were dressed by a neighboring pnyslcian, after which he was re moved to Beiievue Hospital 111 an ambulance. Fischer was arrested ami locked up lit the Twentieth precinct statiou house. STABBING AFFRAY IN THE TWINNETH WARD. On Saturday night, as James Lamb, of No. 620 West Tweuty-hrst street, Michael Flciitmtng and James GtHigan were lu the liquor saloon of James Bociaud, at the corner of Tntrty third street and Eleventh aveutte a dis pute arose, during which Lamb drew a kmfc from nls pocket and stabbed Fleming in tne leit arm and Giliignn in the left thigh, inflicting slight wounds. Lamb was arrested by an officer 01 me Twentieth precinct, and will be arraigned before Justice Sliamliey, at Jeilerson Market, this morning. A SuV.UL R cUICOE. An Old Man Die* On the Grave of His Sons, in Jersey. An old man named Charles F. Gllmore, aged about flf:y years, doiug business at No. 154 South street, New York, left the city yesterday morn lug, crossed over to Jersey aud proceeded to the New York Bay cemetery. On his way lie pur Chased a bottle ot laudanum, and when he bad reached the cemetery he w alked deliberately to the place where his two sons were buried, swallowed the contcuts of the boitle, fell on their graves and was a corpse In a few moments. Comity Physician Proodergast and Coroner Burns were iiotllied and Immediately proceeded to the Cemetery. The latter took charge of the body and win hold an inquest. Papers were fotiodion the body explaining the cause which Induced him to conuuii 1 lie sad act. The pa pers are In the possession of the Coroner and win nut ne made public uutli after the Inquest. TELES APHC FEW* ITE.KS. A French girl named I'< sso, aged nine years, was drowi.ed at Woonsockct, K. 1.,od Saturday. Louis Valour, French Canadian, aged Wtily-ltro years, was drowned In Mauvllle pond, K. I., yesterday. The wheal harvest Jn Southern Illinois Is earlier tban ever before known, and the yi, Id Is aliuml int. l'almcr liewllt'. s;n run over and kille I by a train on tier New London unT Northern Kanruad, Ui ar Norwich, Conn., Saturday night. Thomas McKeon. aged twenty-!,ve years, was drowned at Lons.a.e, K. I., yeslriuojr morning, lie leaves two sistcis In New Jersey. The base hall game between the Brown (It, I.) University Cluo and the Low ? is, of Ko?lou, on .-.itiird.iy, Was won by tlm Browns by a teoie ot Ml to Ik. Negotiations are in progress to lesse the Dester Park, Chicago, to an association ot geutlemen, who will place it under tbc management of Frank Doe, loruierly of Mystic Park, Boston. Tho most este.nslre | r, nitrations have been completed for the reunion ot ir.e soldiers of the Northwest, at Itork Island, 111., on Wednesday nen. (<ei,era. Logan will deliver uu oration. Rev. Mr. Sutton, a Methodist minister of Louisville. Ky., tearing the bouse of Mr. I.,m aswoith yesterday, nanded tils (button's coat to M.ss Lilingswurtti. A pistol iell out of Ihe pocket and was dlschaigcd. fho bullet p< n, uate I the abdo men of Miss F.llfugiWonb, indicting a mortal wound. By the failing of a tree In John street, Bridgeport, on Saturday, which fell In a oiflVrcnt direction trmn wual was espected, W. ti. Humphrey, an elderly gentleman, waa in aianUy kilted and another gentlemau severely injured. A desperate right occurred In the soloon of John Htapleton, In Bridgeport, t.'onn., about three o'clock Sunday morning. In which Charles Gregory w?i killed by Peters, ttfllls. The parties were curriers, leliow wwrkn.nu, *u4 drunk. The quarrel originated oyer a game or earn* NAVAL INTELLIGENCE. Rio Janeiro, Mav 12,1871. The United mates steam frigate Lancaster, flag ship or Rear Admiral Lannian, commanding South Atlantic squadron, has been lying at Montevideo for several months past, varying the monotony of the station by sundry short spurts out to sea and by target practice. The gene ral health on board has been excellent during the whole time she has been on the station, and no death has occurred either among ofllcers or men. Early in April, and when the yellow fever In Buenos Ayres was at its most appalling stage, a subscription list was opened on board the Lancaster for the bene fit of the sufferers in the unhappy city. A sum of upwards of $500 was promptly realized and paid over to the Buenos Ayrean Relief Com mittee. The spontaneity of the act and the band some sum realized for a single vessel was such as to draw warm commendation both from the press and citizens. Admiral Lanman's course, as well as that of his officers, has ueen throughout bis command oa this station such as to reflect credit upon our navy and the nation at large, and to win tlie iriendsinp of the people of the countries along tne coast. The following Is a list of the ofllcers of the Lan caster:? Hear Admiral?,Joseph Lanman. Chief of staff?Commander A. W. Johnson. Secretary?T. I). Winder. Cleric ro Admiral?B. P. Merrimack. captain?S, D. Treuciiard. Lieutenant commanders?H. D. II. Mauley, a. II. Mcl'ormlck, M. Alllier, C. F. Goodrich and A. G. Caldwell. Lieutenants?H. G. Masy and J. Hnzlett. Mazier? U. F. Tilley, Midshipmen?C. P. Perkins, J. Garvin, A. Pos born, G. P. Colvocoresses, G. F. Wright, R, A. Breet and J. P. Wailis. F eel Surgeon?Joseph Wilson. Assistant Surgeons?W. G. Farewell ana II. Au lletz. Fleet Paymaster? G. E. Thornton. Fnaineers?Fleet Chief, 11. Newell; First Assist ant. 6. W. Melville; Second Assistant, II. Parker. Fleet. Captain of Marines?R. W. Huntington. Captain'* Clerk?N. Avery. Pag Clerk?Thomn3 Edwards. Fleet Pag Clerk? H. C. Jordan. Boatswain?John Foster. Gunner? R. J. Hill. The United States gunboat Wa?n, Lieutenant Com mandcr James O'Kane commanding oa the same station, was at Coloniu on April 17. She lias nothing unusual ta report. A handsomo subscription was made on this vessel also for the beuellt ot me suffer ing Buenos Avreans. The United States sloop-of-war Narraganset, Com niander Meade commanding, ordered to join the Norih Pacific squadron at San Francisco, arrived at Jiio Janeiro on the aoth of April; and, having taken on board some spars and coal, proceeded en route to her destination on the tit h or May. iler voyage from New York occupied thirty-nine days. The United States sloop of war Portsmouth, of the south Atlantic squadron, captain Seiuuies, arrived at Rio de Janeiro, cu routo to Montevideo, from l ernambuco and Buhia, ou May 5. In March and April sue had considerable smallpox on board, and Just before leaving Banta yellow fever broke out, resulting la the death of a seaman on the voyage to Rio. The disease, however, had been over come when she reached the latter pore, and she proceeded on her course on May 0. She had been ordered to Monte video by Admiral Lanmau In the hope that the cooler temperature of that latitude would aid in the eradication of disease. No deaths occurred among the officers, though several of them were ill from smallpox and fever. This vessel should certainly be ordered home by the Navy Department, as she is known as an unhealthy vessel, having at one time been used as a hospital ship. It Is needless imperilling of human life to keep such a vessel In commission, and still more so to keep her on a tropical station. SEW ORLEANS INUNDATED. CrevaMrn in ilir Canal Li'tcc?I'uuftinil Rise in .Lake PontcliRrtrnin?Too Upper I'nrt of New Orleans Flooded. New Orleans, June 3,1871. Thar portion of the city west of Galvez street and between the old and new canals is partially flooded with water, caused by heavy rains and crevasses in the canal levees, Linnet Carre crevasse and east and southeast winds for the past two days driving in a heavy stream from the Gnir, causing an nnusual rise in Lake Pontchartratn. The ivin and uutavorable winds continue, causing ap pieneusion mat 'he city west of Uairbome will oe flooded. The Mllneburg aud lake end of the Pont chartraln Railroad is several inches under water. The Mobile ami Texas Kailroad irom Fort Macomb to the Kcgoiette, about twelve nines. Is partially fiootleJ. LATER. The crevasse in the new canal levee, foot of Ilogan aveuue, is 175 xeet wide aud four feet deep. Tlio water is pouring into the city. Another break is reported on the inner levee of the old canal to-night. All that portion of toe city botween the iwo canals and west of Claibourno street will doubtless be lloodod beiore morning. The Inundation Extending?The Waters in the Lake Receding. New Orleans, June 4, 1871. 7hc inundation Is extending, and now includes all west of Franklin street, betweeu the old and new canals. The water In Lake Pontchartraln Is reced ing slowly. The Pontchartraln Railroad from Cen ttlley sianon to the lake Is six or eight inches un der water, though the cars aie still running. FATAL ACCIDENT AT ROCHESTER. RocriEsrER. N. Y., June 4,1871. A team of horses belonging to Henry Bartbolo mew, brewer, ran away last night about ten o'clock, striking two women and a man, resulting in killing one, Miss Amanda Hawley, and injuring severely Henry Hawley and Mary Green. The driver of the wagon was thrown to tne pavement, and it Is re ported that he died tins utternoon rroiu the effects of Ills injuries. ACCIDENT EXTRAORDiHAR/. A Newark Lad Stubbed to the Heart, bat j Still Lives. A rather singular accident occurred in Newark recently. While a youngster named Tobln, residing In Warren street, was climbing a telegraph pole he felt something prick him in the left breast, in the region of the heart. He fell to the sidewalk and was removed to his home. Here he was attended by a surgeon, who, alter dtngeni search, found that a narrow splinter three Inches long hud penetrated tiie little fellow's breast, uno had pierced the outer wall of the heart. The splinter was extracted after considerable trouble, and at lust accounts the in jured boy was in a lair way to recover. The acci dent Is regarded as one of the most remarkable on record, deatn In such cases being generally regarded as inevitable. BASE BALL HGTtS. To-day the Muiuals and the White Stockings will play the first of the regular series of games for the championship, on the Union grounds. Hutu clubs are bent on winning, and a red-hot content may be expected. The Health Department clerk* defeated the "Ink slingers" on Saturday, u: the Union grounds, by a Bcore of 31 to 22. Cheap Fish.?Several of the Southern mackercl Ing fleet have arrived at Gloucester, Mass., the past week, averaging about l;.o barrels each. Prices rule very low, arid the business will not prove very re munerative with mackcrei a: flvennd six dollars a barrel. The prices of codflsii and uiuckerel have not been so low for many years. SHIPPING NEWS. Alumna - lor New York?This Day. ftin r!?PS 4 211 i Moon rises....eve 10 20 fun sets 7 27 | High water.morn iO O!) OCEAN STEAMERS. PATE OF DEPARTURES FROM NEW YORK FOR THE MONTHS OF JUNE ANP JILT. ? j -W? Ortiinnlmn. | Offer. " Lr.tanijia. .bum 7.. .iGimjow 7 Bowling Gresn Minnesota i.hine 7... Liverpool .ft Broadway. If ansa (June s.,, Bremen S* Broad si. rot"1'.'1!*''.Lb'J)'---|GIa?0)w |7 IP wnne Green I-I.I " n|June til... l.lv?ri>ool jj."> broailwav. lit." "ub"n.. June 13.. ! Liverpool If) Broadway. Idaho..... ,!unr 14... I Liverpool & Broadway. ? ni**! f. . I""' H...; Glasgow 7 Bowling Green > ilir de ) arj?... j.Jinic 17,,. Havr?* I ">8 Hroaownv. InMlw. June 17... Glns-ow |7 Howling Green Manhattan June 17... Liverpool,...,. 'J't Broadway. Colorado 1.1 line HI... i Liverpool Caledonia .'line 71,. .Glasgow Columbia ptuna J4,.. 1 Glasgow VV Iseomtn June 7*..., Liverpool PI'! "i.sn bine Uh.. .1 Glasgow leu Ire I.T-ily |... Havre Atlaiitfr July 1... Liverpool '.fit Broadway. 7 Bowling Green 7 Howling Green 19 Broadway. 7 Bowling Green f-s Broadway. 19 Broadway. PORT OF NEW NOIIK, JI VE I, 1871. ARRIVALS. REPORTED BY TIIE HERALD STRAW YAOHT9. Steamship lloltatla i NO i, Melyr, Hamburg May 74, with mdse and pitssen .-r,. to K miliar It A < o Steamship Humboldt (Brj, Jolioaon, Bin Janeiro, May 13, with nitlse and 1-J passenger*, to Butk A Jevons, Kiperienred tine weather throughout; May 22, tat D27N. ton 4b 84 W spoke ?ehr Aaperant (Nor), Irom Trinidad for New York ; dial, 1st Kir] N, Ion 46 IS tV, passed an Anirrleau brig, steer lug south, showing a r?d flag with a white letter A In 14; June i, tat % 41 N, Ion 70 Si W, spoke bark tvitcb, from Shangbae for hew York; Mine Bay, lat 8656 N, Ion 7047 W, bark Idaho, hence for Clenfuegos. Steamship City of Port au Prince, Jackson. Port ao Prince May 27, via Gonaivea 28th, wllb ra ise and nansengers, to R Murray, Jr. June S. lat 35 45 N, Ion 74 SOW, apoke achr Mary A Randolph, from Cardenaa for New Yortt; left at Port au Prince, brig Constantino (Br), for Boston about June I; arrived out May 21, achr Israel snow, from New York; 26th, brige Oliver Cutts, from do; Maggie, from do. Left at Connives, trig Ellen M Simmons, from Boatou; arrived May 21, achr Nellie, froui Machias, arrived same day. The latter vessel reports, May 20th, off Cape 8t Nicolas, was In company with a full rigged brig flying British colors, wnen a heavy squall came up. When the squall had cleared away they saw nothing of the brlp. Steamship Herman Livingston, Cheeseman, Savannah June 1, with mdre and passengers, tn Livingston, Fox A Co. June 3, 10 miles north of Hatteras, passed bark Sam Shep pard, from Cleufuegos for Philadelphia; same dav, lat 87 2 ), Ion 74 42. brig Stella (Br), from Hav inafor New York. Steamship Benefactor, Jones, Wilmington, NC, with mdse, to the Lorlllard Steamship Co. Steamship Saratoga, Couch, Richmond. City Point and Norfolk, with mdse and passengers, to the Old Dominion Steamship Co. Steamship John Glbeon, Winters, Georgetown, DC, with mdse and passengers, to U B Merrick. Bark A E Sherwood ;Br). Talbot, Montevideo 58 days, with wool and hides, to Sterens A Soule. Bark Adelbelm (Nor), Johalnsen, Matanzas, 10 days, with sugar, to J M Cabolloi?vessel to Punch, Edge A Co. Lad flue weatber. Brig Stephen Bishop, Foot", Hong Kong Feb 10, with teas, Ac, to Ulvpbant A Co?vessel to Lunt Bros. Passed Anjler Feb 26, Cape of Good Hope April 12, and crossed the Equator In the Atlantic May 9 In Ion 36 1)8; had much fog north of Hatteras; pasaed through Straits of S imla lu company with bark Witch, from Shanghae for New York; April 17, >a't 2d 24 S, Ion 832 E, spoke ship Maria (Duteh), from Calcutta for Amsterdam ; May 24, lat 2H 86, Ion (4 07, brig Cacique, from Ulo Grande for New York; 20th, Ah Ling, of China, steward, died of heart disease. Brig Ramirez, Barnard, Demarara 18 days, with sugar, to Muss A Ward. Had moderate weatber. Brig .Marion (Rr), Holmes, Cardedas 11 days, with sugar to Muiler A Bnstiati?vessel to master. Had light SW winds most of the passage; has been ft days north of Hatteras. t rig Sparkling Water (of Stockton1, Itatil, Matanzas 9 days, with molasses to order?vessel to Walsh, Field A Way. Had light, battling winds, with thick fog; has been 6 davt north ot Hatteras. Schr Frank Howard (of Bath), Dermole, Para, 19 days with rubber and nuts to C Ludrnan A Co?vessel to B J Wcnberg. Had line weather; May 31, lat 36, Ion 78 20, ex changed signals with ship Joseph hlnh, from New Orleans for Liverpool. Left Its port sclir Charles Thompson loading lor New York. Schr E L Porter (of Provlncetown), Parks, Savanilla, 15 days, with coffee and hides, to D Do Castro A Co. Had ,'ine weather; June 1, lat 32, Ion 74 40, spoke whaling schr Rising Sun (of Provfn'etown.), cruising; bad beeu two mouths out and taken no oil, Schr Daybreak, Blake, Omoa (Hon) 19 days, with cedar, to J li Ward A Co. Schr P Blake (Br), Sheridan, Jacmel 20 days, with log wood to A Nones .V Co?vessel to J K Whitney A Co. Has been 7 days north of Hatteras, with light winds and calms; May 17, tn the winded passage, spoke bark Felece; Fr>, from .for RocheUe. Scnr 8 C Evans, Hulse, Clenfuegos 13 days, with sugar to Kablra A Co?vessel to A Abbott. Had moderate weather. Schr L A Van Brunt (of Brooknaven), Tooker, Cay Frances, 12 days; with sugar and 8 passengers, to Y oungs A Co.?vessel to Van Brunt Bros. Had Hue weather. Sulletl In company with sohr L A Edwards, tor Philadelphia, and parted companv with her off Cape Hen'open. Selir Reno (or East Machias), Munson, Manzanllla, Cuba, 25 days, with cedar, palm leaf and melado, to K H Barnetoff A- Co, vessel to S mpson A Clapp. Had light winds and uubna most of the passage. May 28,1st 32 30, Ton 77 30, spoke ship Toctimshe (Br), from New Orlesns for Liverpool. Schr J F Karlatid, Collum, Pensacola, 17 days, with lumber to master. Had tine weather. Schr M H Reed, Benson, Mumulto Inlet via Brunswick, Oa, 18 ile vs, with llveoak, to Smith Bros, Schr TV U Join s, Line, Fernaudina 10 days, with naval stores, to A Abbott. Schr Samuel t'astner, Jr. Robinson, Cedar Keys, F'a, 18 days, with cedar to E F Taber?vessel to Evaus, Hall O Co. bchr Campbell, Smith, St Marys, Ga, 10 days, with lumber to master. Is bound to Pawtucket. Schr Snow squall, Norton, BucksvlUe, SO, 'J days, with lumber to R P Buck A Co?vessel to J Y' llavlland. Schr Mary Farrow, Bagloy, Georgetown, 8C, 8 days, with lumber, to'Joseph Rliley?vessel to 8 C Laud A Co. Had fine weather. Schr John, Williams, Wilmington, NC, 5 days, with naval stores, to E S Powell. Schr K II Kirk, Robinson, Virginia. Schr F E Hallook, llallock, Georgetown, PC. Schr Jed Frve, Lmg'.ey. Georgetown, PC, for New Haven. Schr L A Bobcock, Hubbard, Mllford, Del. Passed Through Hell BOUND SOUTH. Sclir Matanzas, Bragdon, Calais for New York, with lum ber to Jed Frye ,k Co. Solir Martha Nickels, Cummins, Machias for New York, with lumber to Simpson k Clapp. Schr Reading RR No 43, Baldwin, New Haven for Phila delphia. Schr Splendid. Phlnney, Wareham for New Y'ork. Sclir rllnler. Finn, Wood's Hole for Philadelphia. Schr Mall, Mead, Greenwich for New York. Schr Wm 8 Camp. Bailey, Derby fur New York. Schr Palladium, Ryder, North port for New Y'ork. Schr Wm R Knapp. Gormler, Cow Pay for New Y'ork. Sclir J G Pierce, Ferris, New Kochellu for New Y'ork. Sloop Housatonic, Smith, Port Jefferson for New York, Sloop Nancy, Manly, Cow Bay for New Y'ork. Steamer Metis, Darin, Providence for New York, with mdse and passengers, to Inane Odeil. ^Steamer Rattlesnake, VViuett, Bridgeport for Georgetown. BOUND EAST. Schr A P At<tj, Ryan, Georgetown, DC, for New Haven. Pchr Lizzie Raymond. Lord, Philadelphia for Saco. Schr Nelson Harvey, Burse, Philadelphia for Plymouth. Schr Henry Remit u, Alleu, Spuyteu Duyvel lor Brl igcport Schr S P tlodwin, Watcrbury, Jersey City for Stamford, Schr Ma Hudson, Creely, New York lor Danvers. Schr Morning Star, Lvnch, Philadelphia for Hartford. Schr TUos K t'nhlll, Allen, iloboken for Providence. Schr Ruth Hodcdon, Pendleton, New York, for Belfast. Schr J K Polk, Buckler, New York for \V estport. Schr Ella Jane, Allen, New York for Bridgeport. Schr Iilaho, Davis, New York for Portland. Schr J A M Morrison, Fox, New York for Plymouth. Schr Sarah Ellxabetb, Lockwood, hew York for Oyster Bar. Schr Planet. Pratt. New York for Newburyport. Sloop New York. Lyons, New York for Portehester. Sloop President. Marshall, New York lor Greenwich. Sloop Cornc.ia, Norton, New York for New Haven. Whitbstone. LT, June 4?8:59 PW. Everything In the shape of sailing cralt which rut in here the night previous and no to an early hour this morning Is Ivlng becalmed otf VVbitestone. It Is unlikely they will ges under way before morning, owing to the excessive calm still p ravaging. BELOW. Bark Sea (Nor), from?. Wind at sunset ENK, fresh. Mnrine Disasters. Ship Pacific, Kos?. from Olasgow April 22 for New York, with pig Iron, on the 3d Inst was ashore at East Hampton, LI, In 17 feet of water, drawing W% feet V> ssel In good condition. Bark JosEPn E Eato*, Elllngwood, from New York fftr Havana, with shooks, heading and hoopa, strock 18th ult on Phillies' Reef, Fast Calcot, and soon bilged and became a total wreck. Very little of her cargo would be saved. Crew and materials saved and taken to Grand Turk. Materials were to be sold at auction 23d ult. (The J E E was built at Calais, Me, in 1187, was 373 tons register, hailed from New York, aud owned by the master and others.) STrAMBiilP Cortes, Whitman, from New York for New Orleana. which put Into Savannah 221 ult with crank plu broken, sailed for desGoatiou 4th Inst, baviug repaired. REMOVAL OFOFl.TRnCTIONS IN BRIDGEPORT Harhor? The wrecked coal barge raised olf Mill'urd by the wrecking steamer- Truxton some months since, an i hauled up on tho beach near Cook's Point, at the entrance of Bridgeport har bor, being regarded au obstruction to navigation, w.ts or dered to bo removed by the Common Council of that city. Its removal was successfully accomplished 2d Inst by the tiig Knickerbocker, Capt Beardslev, and the l arge towed to a more suitable location, where It will bo used as part of the substructure of a dock. Batavia. May 21?The Emily McNevr (American), Scott, from Cardiff for llong Kong (coals;, has boon wrecked on Claps Island; crew saved (before reported by cable). Fayai.. April 23-The bark Clara Louisa (of Grenvllle), Baker, 37 days from London for Boston, with chalk, put In on the 25th mat leaky, and with other damage, aud is dis charging. May 5?'The hark Clara Louisa dlschcrged part of cargo, and Is being lepaire I. The schr Dauntless, Warren, 30 days from Lisbon for Ph II adeipblu, with cork aud logwood, put iu on the 23th ult for provisions. I'he Grace K Cann, Cann, from Ardros?an for New York, which put in here April 10 with damage, proceeded May 3, alter calking upper works and restuwing cargo. London, Mav 22?Yesterdav afternoon the Paraguay (si, Wi iiams, from London for New York, put hack to the V ic toria Dock with her bows much damaged, ?nd reported hav ing been In collision at 9:45 on Saturday evening off Dmige ness with the T S Webb (s), of Hartlepool, Irom north lor Taganrog, laden with Iron, which foundered In two or three minutes, and 13 of the hands of the T S Webb perished. The latter vcs-el was putting I ack disabled. The master and two of the crew jumped on board the Paraguay, and two other men of the T S Webb were picked up by a boat from the Paraguay, which remained for sometime In the hop ? of raving more lives. Tho Paraguay having sustained much damage in her hows and making considerable water In ihe fore compartment, she at once returned to the Thames, and on arriving off Gravcsend yssterday attrrnoon the passen gers. more than lull, us a matter of precaution, were put on hoard the London ami Tilbury steamer Karl of Ksscx, Copt Marshall, ami Ian le I nt Tilbury ami sent on by train to Lon don. fhe Paraguay continued her course up the river to the Victoria Docks. She is being discharged, and will go Into dry dock to morrow. The passengers on reaching Fen church street station were scut to tho steamer In Victoria Dock. LoNPONPF.nnY, May 2fl-The bark Obernn (of Caernar void, Williams, from New York, wuh a Cargo nf Indian corn, which arrived here night of the 1Mb Inst, entered tne Lough 16th, and while proceeding In charge of a licensed pilot got out of tlm channel and grounded on a sand hank; ahe heeled over at low water and remained about 36 hours, after which she got <>IT without any apparent damage, anil was towed up to tho i|iiay. LEGHORN, May 19?Tho Idnlinne (of ShelDnrne, NSt, Durace, hence for Baltimore (f I'often), Sprung a leak at sea, ami has been beached, waterlogged. iVIiMcpllnneniiN. We are under obligations to Parser Walter Pym, of tho steamship II Livingston, from Savannah, lor litvori. Spoken. Ship Charlotte (NG), from Bremen for New York, May 14, lat 49 90. Ion 14 41). An American shin bound E, Showing Noi 5429, May 17, lat BO *3 N, Ion 21 34 W. , . ? ... Bark Gyda (Nori, Levold, from Liverpool forNewVork, Mav 3, lat 48 &). Ion IJ 13. Bark Hnrd'gala (Fr , Rousseau, from Marseilles via Mon tevideo for San Francisco, March 8, oil Cape Horn. Bark David Cannon iHr), Forbes, irom Savannah for Ply mouth, April 3d, lat 42, Ion 38 50. Foreign l'orfs. ANTWERP, May 20-Arrived, Mindet, Ingebrelhsen, New York; 2la<, Atolus, Herding, Phliadeli inn. BRISTOL (Pflll, May 22 In port B.aok Prince, Marshall, for Charleston, Idg. BkfgRN, May In?Hailed, Argo, Grail, America. BMipvvRltMlAVEN, May IP -Arrived, Louis, Wlcke, llel voet for New York and nailed 21 ?ti. Hkkmeriiavkn, Msy 18 Arrived, Di.nait (si, Krnst, New York; PJth, Atneilca, Koper, do. Salle 1 18th. Cardenas, Keller, ; 2<H'i, Goshen, llenke, nml Johanna Marie, Hrnksen, New York ; L bland, Holies, Cardiff. Msy 20? Sailed, Ln Baron, llo!me?, New York ; Caledonia, Carter, New Orleans; 22d. Knudsvig. Evenson, and K M Dtidman, Gardner, New York. Constantinople, May IV Arrived, Fanny Fern, Decent, New Vora (and cleared for Odessa). ? ( ADiz, May 15?Arrived, Mary M Williams, Flckelt, New Vork. . ? ? , _ Cardenas, Msy 9V In port barks James E Ward, lark, Henry Buck. Nickels; Ann Elizabeth, Phelan;K A Cochran, Swun^v ; Fannie, Wfiton ; Marathon, HonneU; 8aral? H Halo, SV bite; Angeila, Lelgbton ; Jane Adeline. Hutchinson, and VVm Van Name, Craig. Idg; briga Rush, Wtlklus; B C.Fed man, Redman ; H P Brown, Smith; Axclla Thnr.ow, W hlte p Mary 0 Mariner, Daraln; Joaie, Pettlgrew; Helen o l'htn ncy, lloyd; Giles Luring, Plnkbatn; lanao t arvey, Finite; Mariposa. Staples; Convert, Handy, Luoh Lorn axil, Black: Navaaota. Bunker; Emily. Brown; Scotland. Cook; Beasts (Br), Tower, and Roval sovereign (Br), Orflrla: schrs 1 Hardwood, Clark; Four Kilters, Geyer; Mary Fatten. Cum Kdna vlmK| rum Diiiera. never ; .nary i aiwu. CUD1? tilings; Emma Green, Collins; Donna Anno, Whah-y; Golden Rule. McDonald; Thomaa N Stone, Pitcher; Harriet 1'arker, Webber; Goorge A Emily, Harris; A t Randolph (Br), Maynes, and Tropic Bird (Br), Barberle. Deal, May 81 -Passed by, James W Elwell, Wren, from Grimsby for Philadelphia. 2d?Off, Dover, May 9U?off, Goethe, Koch, front Bremen for I'hiladel Ida; 22d, bark St Louis (NO), trout Rotterdam for New York. Dknoksiob, May 19?Off, Preference (Swe brig), front Mobile for Amsterdam. M.sinomt, May 19?Arrlred, Kong Carl, TborvllseD. New York for Cronstadt. ) aval, May 1?balled, Dauntless, Warren (from Lisbon), Philadelphia; 8 I, Grace 8 Canu, Cook, New York. Ot.oucKSTitit, May 22?Arrived, Teresiuu, Laura, New York. Greenock, May 19? Failed, Eliza Everett, for Philadel phia ; 22d, Kuropa(s), Campbell, New York; Maggie L Car Till, Atkinson, do; Amity, I urdy, Boston. Go lUENEtTEO, May 12 -Arrived, Czarina, Nickels, New York; Anna Lassen, Hermanscn, do. Genoa, May 16?Arrived, L M Merrttt, Eaton, New Or leans; Neptune, Elneisen, Mobile; Scud, Wilson, Philadel phia. balled 18th, E A Kennedy. Hoffses, Leghorn. Helvoet, May lb?Arrived, Nyverheid, II hide, New York J 2l)th, Oou J nsto, Arerlll lor Dyer), Kallimore. IUmrcrii, May 19?Arrived, Assyria, Patten, Callao. Havre, May 2U Arrived. Nimbus, Kelly, New Orleans. Havana, May 27 In port barks Undine (Br\ Belfoury Chtlllngham i Br), Beer ; Matntlde Oetavie (Br), Cora; Lavl nla, Penury. and J K McLellnn. McLellan, for New York Ida ; Stampede (Br). Thomas, for Boston, do; E H Yarrlngtou, Scars, for do do ; brigs A L Palmer (Rr), O'Connell, lor do do; Adelaide, Wllsuu, for do do; Glntey Queen, York, for do do; Fannie V Both r, Ntckerson, tor north or H altera** do; Lucy N snow. Hail, for Baltimore; and others. IbLE of Wiuut, May 21 ?Off, Hudson, Pratt, from Londoib for New York; schr Nils Magnus (Swed), Samuelien, from. New York for Konigsherg; barks lima (Rua), Store, from New Orleans for Hamburg; Harwich, French, from Shields, for New York, and landed jdlot. Liverpool., May 22?Arrive J, Zetland, Dick, New Or leans. Sailed 22d, Nornen, Helgesen, Now York; England (?), Thompson, do; 23d, Sluioda. Uoiulcy, New Haven. Cleared 19th, James All-in, Welch, San Francisco; 22d?. Kate Prince, Hamilton, Boston; Marl borough, Arrastrong, Niw York; Blair Athol, Halur.s, Philadelphia; Harmonla, Nllsen, do. Unt out 22d, Nonantum, Pratt, for Boston; Hochclaga, Richardsou, Mobile Wharf; Java is), Martyn; Colorado (si,. Freeman, an-l City of Washington (s), Jones, New York; Uowaiitrur, Berry, New Orleans; Felicia, Murray, do; Pha ros, Collier, San Francisco; Ocean Phantom, Webster. Port land, Mo (entered May 15 for Baltimore.) London, May 28?Arrived. Norlhumbrla (?), Fuller, New York. Cleared 2Sd, Pride of the Ocean, Wilson, New York. Bailed from Gravesend 22-1, Lalla Uookh, Sutherland, Phil adelphia ; 23d, Kepler, do. Leghorn, May 17 - Arrived, Norma, Gilmore, Genoa for New York; John Watts, Stlnson, Valencia fur do; Dorian (*i. Young, Genoa (and left for Clvlta Vaccina). Salted 17th, Idol'nue, Durkee, Boston (see Disasters). Mebsin a. May 10?Sailed, Ismallla NO, Brown, New York (an 1 left Palermo 13th). Malaga, May 15?cleared, brie Mary (Br), Morlsh, New York. Newport, May 20?Sailed. Hudson. Anthony, New York. Cleared ..'2d, Royoroft, MoGray, New York ; Annie Blngay, Calu, and N Mother, Mother, do. Naples, May 17?Arrived, Cailsta, Partridge, New York; Peusilvania. Pontrentoll, Philadelphia. N aehau, NP, May 28-Arnved, schr Albion, Pope, George town, SC. Palermo, May M? Arrived, Camilla (a), Cole, Messina. balled 9th, Aspasi.o, Williams, New York. QUEF.nbtOwn, May 22?Arrived, City of Dublin (s). Allen, Liverpool land left for Halifax and New York); 23d, Jano Slade, blade. New tork. Sunderland, May 23?Sailed, Anglo Saxon, Foster, San shield's. May 22?Sailed, Burm&h, Churchill, New York.; Ding i, Blair, do. Stockholm,* May 15?Arrived, Bertha, Arcntsen, New York ; lthh, Luiae Wlcbards, Wilde, do. Seville, May 14?Cleared, Adar, Weber, New York. St John, NB, Mav 28?Arrived, ship Columbia. Hansen, Antwerp; 30th, barks Enchantress, BoJdie, Key West; Ketbusia, Dunham, New York. Cleared 3Uib, ship Herbert Beech, Kelly, Liverpool; bark Forest Queen, Hurtling, London; schr Kathleen, Tburber,. St Croix;31st, hark Mary Anne, Ryan, Cork. Tkoon, May 22-Salted, Emily Lo wider, Cain, Providence ;? Metz, Clellana, Baltimore. Texel, May 19?Arrived, Red Rover, Macaulcy, New York;; 20th, Alice Campbell, Gorliam, do. Sailed 21.th, K If Duval, Larkln, Leltlu Bailed 19th, K thleen, Lester, Boston via Hartlepool. Valencia, May 15?Arrived, Moravia, Patten, Guanape. Auiertcnn Porta, ALEXANDRIA, June 2?Arrived, schr Isaac Oberton, Bos ton. Sailed? Schrs Belle Crowell, Allyn's Point; W C Atwater, New Haven. BOSTON, June 3, AM?Arrived, schrs Susan, Sherman, Wilmington, NO; Albert Mason, Rose, and R Vaunamau, Brown, Philadelphia. Also arrived 3d, brig Stromnnas, Gonalves. Clcaieu?Sclirs Morning S.ur (llr), Kawllngs, Bermuda) Artie Garwood, Godfrey, Cilv Point and Richmond. ?ilh--Arrived, barks Kate Harding, Gotlenburg; Helen Pat t. rson, st Jago; brigs Daisy Boynto|*|fenfuegos; Mlcmac,. I'nrtn Rinn. ^ Porto Rico. BRIDOEPORT. June 8?Arrived, schrs Urbana, Allen Spuyten Duyvel; H M itldgeley, Muckrldge, New York; Sa rah," Trumper, Croton; Mercer, Wassun, Ellzabetbpon 7 Sharpshooter, Carter, Huntington. GALVESTON, May 26?Cleared, bark Granton (Br), Grun dell. Liverpool. . 27th?Arrived, barks Endeavor, Mountfort, Boston; Tejuca, Rouse, New York. Cleared-Ship Urlon, Harding, Liverpool; bark Tiger (Br), Russell, do. NEW ORLEANS, May 30?Arrived, hark Ysabel (SpV Ti.mesino, Havana. Below, coming up, ship Baden, Nelson, trom Bremen. PHILADELPHIA, June S, AM?Arrived, ship Wlnnlfred (Br). Johnson, Haui-or, Me; brig SI Michael (Br), Bernler, Georgetown, DC; schrs 0 S Grove, Weaver, and T* U White, Smith, New York; Auna Barton, Prink, and Ida L, Bt arse. Boston ; H A Rogers, Frambes, Wareham. Cleared?Steamship Roman, Baker, Boston; ship Argo naut, Flood, Croustadt; barks llvpatla (Br1, McFee, and Sancton, Kobbins, Hamburg; brig George 8 Berry, Bradley* Cbarlestown; scurs Nairagausett, Haskell, do; Alexandria, Green, Norwich. _ _ PORT LAN H, June 2?Arrived, ship R C Blanchsrd (newV Blanchard, of and irom Yarmouth; schrs Harriet O Kay, Prescott, Baltimore; Casco l.odge. Pierce, Philadelphia; Wreath, Bunker, Franklin for New York. Cleared?ship British Oticeu (Br I, Francis. Windsor, NS; brie Nuevitaa. Crosby, New York; schrs Marcus Hunter, Orr,. St John, NB; C E Heiller, Mitchell, New York. SAVANNAH, Juno 4?Arrived, steamship Gen Barnes, Mallory, New York; ship Cynosure (Br), Costello, Liverpool; brie < era M Tucker, Cuba. Sailed Steamship Cortes, Whitman (from New York), New Orleans. _ SALEM. June 2?Arrived, schrs Mary P Hudson. Vaugh&n, and Wm 'fee, Tice. Baltimore; Annie B Satford, Powell,, and Mary A Harmon, Parker, Philadelphia; Minnehaha,, Sounders, and Biaek Diamond, Goldsmith, Elizahetbport. VINEYARD HAVEN. June 2, PM?Arrived, brig Charted Miller, Uilitev, Gardiner for Philadelphia; schrs Monmouth, Anderson; S V W Simmons, Brown; James B Lawrenoe* Torrev, ami John S Moulton, Crowler, Philadelphia for Bos ton; R L Tav. Brown, Georgetown, DC, for do; Mary Anna crier, Fleming. Morris River for do; J as O'Donohue, Smith, Ellenbethport for do; Marv E Coyne, Pacemlae. Baltimore' for Plymouth; Ellen M liutUeld. Kaynor, New York for Bos ton ; Nautilus, Crockett, do for Salem; Jas Warren, Drisko, St John, NB, for Philadelphia; 8 8 Hudson, Hudson; Wm Itcuicnt, Wiggins; Richard lvurson, English; Marlon Gage, Heather, andLebman Blew, Corson. Boston for do; Mary JT Russell, Smith, and It W McColley, Hubbard, Lynn for do. 31I8CKL LAN EO US. Absolute divorces legally obtained from: the Courts of different States. No publicity. Advico tree, Notarv Public and Commissioner for every State. F. I. KING, Counseilor-at-Law, 868 Broadway. ^N THE SPRING IN THE SPRING IN THE SPRING AND SUMMER MONTHS BEAUTIFY THE COM. PLKXION. AND SUMMER MONTHS BEAUTIFY THE COM. PLEXION. BELXBOLD'S FLl'ID EXTRACT 8ARSAPA RILLA GIVES NEW LIFE, NEW BLOOD, NEW VIGOR. GIVES NEW LIFE, NEW BLOOD, NEW VIGOR, GIVES NEW LIKE, NEW""]BLOOD, NEW VIGOR. MAN AND WOMAiT~ARE ESTEEMED MAN AND WOMAN ARB ESTEEMED just so long ns they esteem aud take good care of themselvehs HEALTH ALL-IMIMKTA.i I'. 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