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' THE LABOR REVOLT.
Preparations for the Demon stration To-Morrow. THE GAS MEN CONCILIATED. Meetings of the Carpenters, Coach Painters, Bakers and Shirt eutters. Yesterday waB not overburdened with excite ment Tor the strikers. The anticipated action of the (ran workers, which was the principal topic of conversation in the momma, bred a distrust of the purposes and tendency of the movement. The good news, however, that the gas companies had com promised the matter satisfactorily with the men was whispered about towards evening, and a re action of the feeling took place. The (Termans, us usual, were in the strongest force at Teutonia Hall tint appeared to do nothing save receive a report From a single firm (that of Orobenstein & Fuller of Mercer street), who agreed to grant the eight, hour principle and to pay their men twenty percent additional on piece work. The employes of this Arm sent to the cabinet makers a contribution of $20, to procure music for the procession of to morrow. The Paradt To-Morrow. The strikes have given so great an Impulse to the doings of all trade organizations that the working men's parade to-morrow promises to be one of the largest demonstrations of the sort ever before made in this city. Nearly every organization will toe represented, and the numbers of many of the societies will be fully the total roll of each. The following of the principal trades unions will partici pate in the parade:? Cabinet Makers, 5,ooo; Carv ers, l.ooo; Upholsterers, 1,600; Varnlshers, 800; Tiano Makers, 1,000; Coach Painters, 800; Pattern Makers, son; Singer's Sewing Machine employes, 2,?K); Polishers, 1,400: Collin Makers, 200 ; Desk Makers, 600; Picture frame Makers, 700: Gilders ?00; Show Case Makers, 300; Sewing Machine Box Makers, 600; General Woodworkers, aoo; Wood Turners, 200; Early Closing Association, 700; Con fectioners, 400; Coach Trimmers, 200; Masons, 400 ; Blacksmiths, l.fioo; Horsechoors, 2,000; Carpenters 4,000: stonecutters, i,r>oo; llrown stone Cutters' 60tt; Bricklayers, 2,000; Carriage Blacksmiths, .s.ooo; House Frame Makers, ?00; Sash ami Blind Makers a6u, and stair Bunders, 800. other societies are also expected to Join the procession. The route of the procession will be from Germania Assembly Booms ? to start at ten A. M. ? and march through the Bowery to Canal street, to Broadway, up Broad way to Thirteenth street, through Thirteenth street to Kighth avenue, to Twenty-third street tlience to Second avenue, down the avenue to Fourteenth street, across to avenue A, thence to Eighth street and Cooper Institute, where the pro cession will l>e dismissed. I11 response to a re quest from the Eight Hour League, the Police Com mission have allowed the processionists an escort ol police. Among Ihi Carpenter*. It having been reported that James Chamberlain, the man who shot Brownlee, was a member of the Amalgamated Carpenters, and subsequently that be was a member of the American Carpenters and Joiners' Union, a Herald reporter yestorday elicited all the facts in relation to the man, which are as follows:? Chamberlain became attached to one of the above Unions aud made himself verv active in Its Interests. When the strike occurred he left with the rest, and, It is snld, would receive no pay from the Union for his own or family's support. He was at this time very enthu siastic, and when the strike of the men In the carpenter trade closed ho was greatly elated. On applying for work, however, lie was re fused, and then he became very despondent. Alter a time he stated to oue of the officers of the Union tliat he had been In the habit of saving from bis earnings a few dollars each week, which he si nt to Ireland for the support of ills aged mother. He wus her only dependence, as she had no other children irom whom to expect assistance, and this with the Buffering of his family from want of the barest neeeu ?arien of life produced an effect sometimes of exas peration and sometimes of melancholy. At this time the Union contributed its mite towards the re Elacement of his wages, and he in turn constituted imself a committeeman in its Interest. The general committee of the Union had been disbanded and only that appoiuted lor the purpose 01 assisting those who could obtain no employment was in ses sion. The members of this committee saw him occasionally up to the time of the shooting, but Knew little or nothing of his movements. The members of the Union in session have deplored the met, and Its officers have formally denied any knowl edge of or connection with Ills doings. They believe that in his case the old plea of insanity would con tain a great share of truth. It Is said that resolu tions are to be adopted tendering the sympathies of the organization and such assistance as i? In their power to Mr. Brownlee, the injured nun. Tlir Oan Workers. A visit to the different gas houses In the city yesterday tended to dispel the fears of the people that New York was threatened with the curse of darkness, and that the thieves and murderers who Infest the city were to be let loose under Its cover to prey upon men and women and pillage their property. Early yesterday morning detach" merits of police, consisting in each case of a ser geant, two roundsmen and twenty patrolmen, were sent from the Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Blxth, Seventh, Tenth, Thirteenth and Seventeenth precincts to the station house in Twenty second street (the Eighteenth precinct), to be held in readiness in case of trouble arising at the works of either the Manhattan or the New York companies. The detachments from the Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth precincts were sent to the Manhattan Works, in Fourteenth street and ave nue ('under command of Captain Copeland and those from the Seventh. Tenth, Thirteenth and Seventeenth, with three sections or more (some flfty ineui of the Eighteenth, under Captain Cameron, repaired to the New York Company's works, In Twenty-flfth street and avenue A. Passing through the office of the Manhattan Com pany at five o'clock last evening the police guard w ail observed scattered about In the vard or stroll ing among the men in the Interior of the open gas house. The men, for the most part brawny athletes stripped to the waist or with bared arms and open shirts, were drawing the coke red hot from the crucibles or recharging them with coal. Tnev were working with a will and on the most friendly terms with the officers, who, they un derstood. were detailed there to protect them from Interference. These men notified the company on Thursday last that they must have Increased wages and on Friday a delegation of the workmen from the New 1 ork Company called at the works and ad vised them strongly to strike for eight hours. After a lengthy argument, the foreman called to tlieni to decide the question by vote, and the men lo divide Into two groups, those who desired the adoption of the elght-honr system and thoj-e who preferred an Increase of wages Only seven out of more than one hundred and flfty men declared for the reduction vi hours. The company yesterday notified them that they would be p;t!d |4 per day Instead of |3 hereafter, and this solution of the difficulty was ac cepted by acclamation. Some of the men employed ?y this company have been in their service for sev ?entecn years. They receive full pay when disabled, and also, as a list In the office attests, when they become superannuated. No further trouble Is antld sated at these works, and ol course the same may rnVmitZXT*'' .r"rfnp,l'Av ,lrro'l0,l to the demand ?f thilr in. ploys for the adoption of the eiir'it Jiour system, they paying the men one -half id Siv ?vnISri?r ,0nn''r Wug< s u"tu Monday, wlien they expect to organize a new gang for t lie third relief. The men speak very highly of the President Mr. Everett, and the secretary. Mr. Morton i ir their prompt compliance with their demands 'ar I especially for the decided manner in which' the? refused the police guard tender.^) them hi ti e nut ho rules. ? Of th<- remaining two companies, one has secured the adoption of the eight-hour rule, and the other has accepted a dollar extra per day for twelve hours work. The following address was presented to the ofli eers by the employes of the Manhattan Company: - . N*w Vouk, Jutir S, ! -<72. To rum ParMrvKT, PaiKf Ekoixikk ScrcNum smsr or tii it M amuttasi (Jjisuuur lour AST, Eiuiitkksih Vr?uu r, North #?ivp.r:? <. knti.kmkfi? We, tlx? employ** of the above com no nr. isu Ui v>our hkh appreciation of your noble and #r< tier outowds No 1 oulv on thin, but on alt former occa proved Vifriwif tin* workliumiin'tf frit ml. -.t?. r we' . , *v'?rkinKfn*n, have, main of u?, *../!?? n 01 our high aj ? fc !...?! -0I ^c. manner 11; which we hat<? ?mmi/h! ? ;i:"1 ? adjustment oi oar aflriir-, I ?vmir it through ihr effort- if fore ti it 1 a interference, then ? I n^^i'; JUut " *hoie, *" 'f"1 employes of 1 I..*?t Jlii-lirht <'on? any. tender u" run our ?!?'<? bi.oLa kin'1 ma'inpr in whfeb you I 1 e V wl'J> *"? that Mr have a I t?- t? i??lf denee fn rach ot vm, and JUluir hmriiclt thank* for your efforts iu our **?Ketfully, THE WORKINfJMEN * a wtts Manhattan (iaMlght Company. t oat* it Painters* thc coac" I'?lntnrs was held 11 ' u Military Han 103 ilowery. About i/rr1 ??'? m *** vu, ^ Mmil teen or twenty out of thirty shops were announced as being at work on the elght-honr rule. A large amount of money was collected from all the men working to bus tain the strike. Mr. Vantfewater, a Brooklyn employe, sent over a communication to the society, declaring that he wuh in favor of the strike, and also subscribing liberally towards the object himself. The firm of Wood Bros, has also succumbed to the Eight-Hour law. A resolution to attend the parade on Monday was unanimously adopted. It Is expected that some two thousand men engaged in the different branches ol coach building will turn out. The Baker*. The bakers met last evening In large numbers at Putnam Hall, Twelfth street and Third avenue, Mr. William Campbell presiding and Mr. Thomas Can non acting as secretary. The main object with this society Is to effect a permanent organization. A largo number of bakers have not hitherto been con nected with the society, and no efforts are now spared to get them to become union men. Last evening there was a lar?e attendance of non society men; hnt all that could be done with them under the bylaws was to allow their names to be proposed, election to follow two weeks from now. A subscription list of $10 a man was opened and got many signatures. There seems to be more unanimity growing among the members of this trade, but until the organization Is fixed upon a more certain basis there will be no strike. Mr. Andrew Moffat made a telling address last evening In support of the great need there was for con certed action among the bakers in order to secure their rights. The 8hlrt-e utters. There are In the Shirt-cutters' Union over 150 members. They met yesterday at 01 Walker street, and resolved by a vote of 23 to 16 to strike on Mon day for eight hours. The motion was reconsidered, and a commit tee named to meet the bosses and at tempt to compromise the matter. The committee, who are A. A. Ireland, Thomas Hoag and John McDonald, were instructed to tell the bosses that they must yield to the eight-hour movement. THE PHILADELPHIA OAS 8TBKE. Philadelphia, June 8, 1872. The Gas Trustees announce that with economy upon the part ol gas consumers the supply will lust until Friday next, when it is confidently expected the differences between the strikers and trustees will be amicably adjusted. In the meanwhile the workmen, at least a majority of them, will return to their work. There are on duty now a large number of green hands, and there need be no fear that the occurrence of lust night will be repeated. The City Again In Darlcneiig. Philadelphia, June 8, 1872. The employes of the gas works are still holding out for an Increase of fifteen per cent to their wages. There is every prospect of the city being left in total darkness before midnight. Already the light has given out In several sections of tho city. The strikers will publish a card in the papers to morrow denying certain allegations made by the trustees of the nas companies, and reiterating the statement thnt they have have been made to buy their own tools used la the performance of their duties. THE BRIDGEPORT MURDER. Mrmorandnm of the Mlasliig Securities? JVo Clue to the Murderer? Ten Thousand Dollars Reward To Be Offered. Bridgeport, Conn., June 8, 1872. The following la an exact copy of the memoran dum found In tho private box of Captain Colvo coressea, with the bonds and securities not miss ing: ? mat 13, 1872. Tl>p following arc (ho securities which I now hold, and those marked with the leiter 1), I .shall, on my arrival in New York, place in the "Sale Deposit," No. 120 Broad way, Equitable building, for convenience I) Ten Central Pacific 1st mort. 6 per ct $10,000 1> Eight Union Pacific lnt mort. fl per ct 8, ink) D Twelve Connecticut Valley 1st mort 7 nerct 12,000 J> Twenty-nine United Suites gov. 5-20 '67, Jan. A July 29,noa I) Fifteen United Slates gov. 5-2U "65, May A Nov. . . 16,000 1) Six Connecticut State 6's 0,(100 Five Danville. Urbana, Pekin A Blootnlngton RB 6.0U0 Ten Khepang V'alley shares 1,000 Twenty-one Rochester Water Loan bonds 21,000 I also hold Life Insurance to the amount of $198,000, and Coupons due the 1st ol May on U. S. ISoihK G. M. C. It will be noticed that the date of this document I is May 13. Since that time Captain Colvocoresses ! had been in New York, and at the time met Mr. A. E. Smith, of the Commonwealth Life, through whom he had transacted the bulk ol his insurance, aud had partially arranged for paying the semi-annual premium due in July. Re had told Mr. Smith that he Intended to go South, to Port Royal, and should be absent when the premium became due, and would, therefore, provide for its being paid while lie wuh away. Tills he said he could not do then, as he had lelt Important papers at home, which he would bring down at his next visit, wliien was to have been last Tuesday? the day after the murder i lip Bridgeport. From these facis the impression is strengthened that tho unfortunate gentleman had the property mentioned in the memorandum with him ut the time of the murder, and was taking it to Now York to deposit, as Is Indicated in the note it self. No other facts have transpired to throw any light upon the mysterious "affair. A thorough search In the town of Lltchtleld lulls to identify the pistol, bullets or cap box, aud there Is nothing to show that auy such weapon was ever In the posses siou id the murdered man. While the MWOB Is | strengthened that the killing wits a deliberate mur der tor money, there is as yet but little light upon the matter, and no tangible clue has been found to point out the guilty parlies. The friends and ac quaintances of Captain Colvocoresses, those ! who have been most intimate with hlni for years, SOOUt the idea Of his having committed sui cide, and declare that it was a most brutal murder, for which some one must be held responsible, i Captain Ky lands, of the Bridgeport police, brought down from Lltchileid yesterday a proclamation signed by Mr. Woodruff, executor, offering a re ward of f 10,000 for the recovery of the bonds; but this has not yet been made public, It being with held at the instance of the executors till they order It published. Thus the matter now stands. | Excitement In Insurance Circles? A Mur der or a Suicide. The tragedy at Bridgeport on Monday night, full | details of whloh have appeared lac the Hkrai.d ' dally, has caused much excitement In Insurance ! circles in this city, as Captain Colvocoresses is in | sured upon his life for nearly $200,000, principally , in New York companies. The list appeared in the Herald of Tuesday. A reporter yesterday cllled ' upon the agents of several companies interested, and all seemed suspicious that the Captain came to his death by suicide, but as no claim has oeen made an yet by his executors for the amounts no ac ; tion has been taken by the companies more thun to send agents to Con necticut to investigate the circumstances and report upon them. The Captain, who was a re tired officer of the navy, was very correct In his i habits and always carried a heavy life lnsur i ance. From his brokers, Messrs. Blanchard A Smith, of the Commonwealth Insurance Company, I the reporter learned that, he had Insured his life to ; tho amount of $178,000 since last January, all through them, with the exception of $16,000 in tho Connecticut Mutual Life Company. The excuse for I this large increase in his life insurance is thai he whs to leave In inly for a trip to Port Royal. It is i probable that some companies will contest the ; claims of the estate: but as the Courts have de cided that suicide does not invalidate a policy 1 where the premiums have been paid, the companies In which the deceased officer is insured will doubt I less pay the claims aud save costly litigation. | . The Police and the Suspected Men. Captain Irving, of the detective police, having ) received information yesterday that two men who ' had been seen leaving Hrldeport, Conn., on the day after the murder of Captain Colvocoresses, at Lltch tleld. were wanted by the police of that town, de tailed Detectives Farley and Dnscnl>erry to hunt up the men. These officers brought intelligence to captain Irving during the day that they had found tne men, and Captain Irving telegraphed to the Chief of Police at Hri Igeport. Baying he had discovered the where abouts of the parties wanted, and asking whether ' they should be sent on. An answer to this message was returned from the Chief at Bridgeport saying the men need not be disturbed for the present, aud gtring a description of another man upon wnorn suspicion is resting for the committal of tho same crime, captain li ving gave the matter in charge ; to Detectives Farley arid Dusenberrj, and these of licers are now at work ierretlng out the desired In | dh final. THE BAILED INTERNATIONAL. To tiif. Editor op uk iikkai.d:? You would cooler an everlasting favor by Inserting 1 In your valuable paper that I was not present when Constant Chrlskmert, who Is a Swiss and not a Frenchman, Insulted the French band, and that I balled hlni out in consideration of hi* having a wife and two children. I protest before the public against his act in the abuve Matter. A. SLA THAI EI). NORTH CAROLINA DELEOATE3.TO BALTIMORE. Kai.kiuii, N. c.,.. Junes, 1872. The Democratic State Executive Ciommlttee ap pointed the following delegates to ttk Baltimore Convention Ilcnry O. Williams, of Nash county: J. A. Kngiehard. of New Hanover county; .General A. M. Scales, of Kockingham county, ano John Manning, of Chatham county. Alternates?'^ II. Bnsbee, L. ?. V enable, J. II. RepUiSOU and ?? 1 VHtCS. SHIPPING NEWS. Almanac tor lew York ? Thla Day. . eve 10 38 Son rises 4 28 Suii aetts. 7 29 Moon sets . . High water . . eve 10 52 OCEAN STEAMERS. DATES OF DEPARTURE FROM NEW YOBK FOR THE MONTH OF JUNK. Ntfnmert. S lib. I Dfuiinutlun. Ofirr. Aanyria Wyoming City of Washing'n Europa Atlantic Ht Laurent Weser City of Brooklyn. New York Minnesota Olympia City of Brlatol. . . Oceanic Anglia Rbein RcpnMIc Washington Deuuchlana June 12 June 12. June IS. June IS. June. 15. June 16. June 1ft. June IS. June IS. June 19 June 11). IJune 20. June 22. June 22 June 22. June 29. June 29 June 29. Glasgow... Liverpool. Liverpool. Glasgow... Liverpool. [llavre Bremen. . . Liverpool Bremen Liverpool. , Glasgow Liverpool. . Liverpool.. Glasgow.. . . Bremen Liverpool. . Havre Bremen 7 Bowling Green 29 Broad w a v. 15 Broadway. 7 Bowling Ureen 19 Broadway. 68 Broadway. 2 Bowling Green 16 Broadway. 2 Bowling Green 29 Broadway. 7 Bowling Green 16 Broadway. 19 Broadway. 7 Bowling Green 2 Bowling Green 19 Broadway. 68 Broadway. 2 Bowling Green PORT OF NEW YORK, JUNE 8, 1872. CLEARED. Steamship "Batavla (Br), Murphy, Liverpool via Queens town? C O Francklyn. . Steamship Mlnla (Br), Upton, London? Punch, Edydc 4 Co. Steamship Alexander Lavelley (Br), Longin, Havre? Boyd A Hincken. Steamship Sidonian (Br), Henderson, Glasgow? Hender son Bros. (Steamship Hermann (NG), Reichmann, Bremen? Oel rlchs A Co. Steamship San Francisco, Reynolds, Hamilton, Ber? W H Webb. Steamship Muro Aurella (Hp), Phaso, Havana? Zurical dy A Co. Steamship Bienville, Timmerman, Havana? F Alexan dre A Sons. Steamship Ragle (Br). Jarkman.St Johns, NF? Bowrlng A Archibald. Steamship Ariadne, Donne, Galveston via Key West? 0 H Maliorv A Co. Steamship St Louis, Whitehead, New Orleans? II B Cromwell a Co. Steamship Einily B Souder, Bordick, New Orleans? Fred Baker. Steamship Ashland, Moore, Kernandlna? Jas Hand. Steamship Gen Barnes, Mallory, Savannah? Livings ton, Fox A Co. Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, Charleston? II R Mor gan A Co, Steamship Old Dominion, Bourne, Norfolk, City Point and Richmond? Old Dominion Steamship Co. Stu&msllip W P Clyde, Scott, Norfolk, City Point and Richmond? R A H Cnamberlalne. Steamship G C Knight, Johnson, Georgetown, DC? O B Merrick. Steamship Panita, Doane, Philadelphia? Lorillard Steamship Co. Steamship Acushnet, Rector, New Bedford? Ferguson A Wood. Steamship Zodiac, Chapin, Salem? Murray, Ferris A Co. Steamship Neptune, Baker, Boston? H F Dimock, Steamship Sherman, Halsey, Boston? Fred Haker. Ship British America (Br), Lockhart, Antwerp? Jacob W Schmidt A Co. Ship Henry (NG), Weasels, Bremen? H Koop. Ship Marlborough (Br), Armstrong, Quebec? Snow A Burgess. Hark Frldliet (Nor), Vogt, Cork for orders? Tetens A Bockmann. Bark Jane Young (Br), Perrv, Buenos Ayres? W II T Hughes. > Bark Golden Land (Br), Wilson, Bathurst? Iloyd A Hincken. Bark llatltc F Hussey, Stally, Washington? C L Wright A Co. Brig Royal Sovereign (Br), Breen, Sydney, CB? Snow A Burgess. Brig II 11 Wright, Meyers, Matanzas? Walsh, Field A Way. Brig Eliza (Br), Dakin, St John, NB? Heney A Parker. Brig Anna Collins (Br), McDonald, Windsor? CranJall, Bcrteaux A Co. Schr Nymph (Br), Pahukc, Trnxillo? Leaycraft .1 Co. Schr Johu F Chandler, Pettis, Windsor? D K Uc Wolf A Co. Schr Malanta (Br), Sandford, Windsor? Crand a 11, Ber teaux A Co. Schr Anna C Levorett, Stephens, St Augustine? Bent ley, Miller A Co. Schr Guy R Phelps, Shaller, St Augustine? Bentley, Miller A Co. Schr Laura, Keyes, Jacksonville? W Ray A Co. Schr O P Burns, lligbee, Richmond? Van Brunt A Bro. Schr Moft Bedell, Beattv. Richmond? A Abbott. Schr Fitz J Babson, Oushing. Gloucester, Mass? B J Wenborg. Hchr Belle. Sampson, Bridgeport? W II Price. Sloop Manhattan, Harris, New Haven? Kackett A Bro. Steamer Anthracite. Green, Philadelphia. Steamer A C stlnier. Warren, Philadelphia. Steamer C Coiustock, Drake. Philadelphia. ARRIVALS. REPORTED BY THB 1IRRALD STEAM YACHTS. Steamship Algeria (Br), I<e Messnrler, Liverpool May IS and Qneenstown 2Vth, with mdse and 738 passengers, fo C G Francklyn. June ti, lat 41 18, loll 83, passed a Hamburg steamship, bound east; 7th. 2110 miles east of Sandy Hook, an Inmau steamship, bound east. Steamship Weser (NO), Willigerod, Bremen May 25 via Soiitliamplon 28th, with mdse and 7M passengers* to Oel rlclis A Co. Hail westerly winds and head sea, with much foggy weather ; J line 6, lat 40 60, Ion ti7 "20, passed steam ship Nevada, hence for Liverpool; 7th, lat 40 40, Ion 69 65, sU'amshlp Westphalia, hunce for Hamburg ; suine time, ship Bombay, bound east. Steamship Smidt (NO), Oannemann, Rremnn Mav IS, with 812 passengers, to Herman Koop. Had tine weather and two births on passage. Steamship Germania (NO). Hebich, Hamburg Mav 25, with mdse anil 910 passengers, to Kunharilt A Co. May 27, 5 I'M, li miles Sw of Eddystone, passed an American yacht: foretop blue pennant, with red cross nud a white star in It. Had moderate westerly winds the whole pas sage and the latter part of the passage much fog. Steamship Blela (Hri Carroll, Cape Town May I, St Yin cent May 24, with mdse and II passengers, to Busk A Jnvcns. May 28, in lat 23 40 N, Ion 38 51 W, spoke British I bark C? uuty of Ayrc, from Batavia for Rotterdam. The I Blela brings the cargo of ship Fred Warren, tVom Cal cutta for N'ew York, put In leaking. Steamship Leo, Dearborn, Savannah June 5, with mdse and passengers, to Murray, Ferris A Co. 8th. at 1 I'M, off Barnegat, passed brig Marv E Chase, hound North. Ship Island Home (Bri, Sinclair, Liverpool Ma> fi, with mdse to master. The I 11 is anchored outside the bar. Hark Queen (Br>, Conway, Liverpool 21) days, with salt, to Woodruff A Robinson; vessel to master; took the mid dle passage and had tine weather. Bark Francises, ('nmocll iltah, Llmmoncti, Liverpool fiOdays, with mdse to order. Took the eonthern passage and had variable weather; has been 13 days west of Bermuda. Bark l.adv Alice (Br), Krepton, Liverpool 42 davs with mdse, to Samuel Thompson's Nephew A Co. Took the northern passage and bail strong W and NW winds; has 1 been 17 davs west of the Hanks. I Hark Psyche (Hr), Harris. Cardiff 30 days, with railway I Iron, to Peabody, Willis A Co. Took the northern passage and bad line weather to the Banks; trum thence 12 days, with strong variable gales. Hark K II Duval (Br), Hilton, Ardrossan 31 days, with pig Iron, fo Boyd A Hinckcn Took the northern' passage and had tine weather; has been 13 iluys west of the Hanks. Hark Treei Dubrovacki (Aust), Podich; Glnsgow 31 days, with mdse to William Nelson, Jr. Took the northern 1>as>agc and had tine weather; has heen 14 daysrwestol the latiks. Hark Charlotte Geililie (Hr), McKenzle, Troon 28 davs, with pig iron, to Duncan McColl. Took the northern pas sage and had line weather ; has been 8 days west of the i Banks. Hark Anulla (Nor), Osmnndaen, Newcastle fis days, with j iiiil'P to 11 A FW Meyer ; vessel to Tetens A Bockmann. I Took the southern passage and h ml tine weather to Ber muda; troni thence 14 day* with strong NW and NE winds. Bark Stella (Br>, Lockhart, I^olth 36 dnvs, and the Downs 25 days, wlih mdse, to D K DeWolr. Took the middle passage and ha. I tine weather ; has been 21 davs W of the Banks. May 13, lat 49 23 N, Ion 1905 W, spoke brig lleldos, trom Antwerp tor New York, 20 davs out. June 2. lat 42 11 N, Ion A3 (Hi W, bark James Nielsen, from Liver i pool for New York. 27 days out. 3d, lat 42 22 N, loll (55 46 I W. bark J K Boyd, (Br), steering east. Bark Orion (Nor), Tonnessen, Guadaloupe 19 days, ! with sugar, to Funch. E.lve A Co. Hark Mayflower (of New Haven), llotcliktss, St Pierre, ! Mart, 14 days, with sugar and C passengers, to H Trow i bridge's Sons. Had fine weather ; leli in port bark Ga ! zellc, foi New York, loading. Hark Carib, Ja.vne. st Croix II days, with sugar, mo lasses and 4 passengers to P llanlonl. Had some rough weather. Bark Jennie Cobb (of Rockland), Packard, Cardenas 10 days, with sugar, to P V Kin? A Co? vessel to Snow A Burgess. Has been 5 itays north of Hutteras with north west ? lnd?. Hark It W Griffiths (Bri, Drummond, Matanzas 11 davs. with sugar to Renaul, Francaise A Co; vessel to James E Ward A Co. Had variable weather. Hurk Arthur tof Boston), Latham, Havana 9 days, with ] sucar. to Brett. Son A Co. Had fine weather. I Bark E A Kennedy, Hoffses, Kemedlos y days, with su 1 gar nnd melado, to Yates A Porterfleld. Has been S days ! north of Hatteras, with strong N and NW winds. Brig Emmanuels (ltal), Tucci, Greenock 62 days, with I mdse to Slocovlch A Co. Took the northern passage and | bad variable weather . has been 18 davs west of Bermuda. | Brig Johanne (NG), Flrnbaber, Rio Janeiro 43 days, w Itli coffee to G J Ramsey ; vessel to master. Crossed the Euuator May 4 in Ion 38 SO . had variable weather. Brig Klla (Br1. Klo Grande, 47 days, with hides and wool | to Oelrli h A Co. Crossed the Equator May 13. ill ton 37; ; had moderate weather. Brig S H Snow (Hr), Williams, Arroyo, PR. 21 days, with sugar to J D Rivera A Co; vessel to H'ovd A nincken. firig I. L Wadsworth (of Eastport1. shuckford, Cardenas 9 davs, with molasses, to J II Winchester. Had fine weather. Brig W A Heney (Br). Taylor, Maracatho 20 days, with coffee, to E Paveiistedt A Co; vessel to PenUton A Co. I Hail fine weather. i Brig Marie A Sophie (NO), Tlschbeln, Maracaibo 19 days, with coffee, to K I'avenstedt A C,>. firig Primus (NO), I'etcrs, Naauabo, PR, 15 days, with | sugar to J V Onativia A Co; vessel to master. llad tine ] weather. Prig Annettn Owen (of Portland), Pettlnglll, Sagiia 9 1 dayi, w ith sugar to Thompson A Hunter. Had moderate weather. 7th Inst, lat 37, Ion 78 00. passed the schr True Blue (of Nassau) dismasted, w?;i rlogged and abandoned. Hrlg H B Jones (Hr), Wolfe, Matanzas 11 days, with sugar to master. firig S V Merrick. Llppincott, Cardenas 9 days, with molasses to B 11 Howell, Son \ <\>; vessel to James E I Ward A Co Brig M A Chase (of Portland), Dolan, Cardenas 8 days, j with molasses to 8 II Howell. Son A Co; vessel to Mil I lcr A Houghton. Had fresh northerly winds. ! Brig Samuel V Merrick, Mpplncott, Cardenas 8 days, with molasses to James J Warn A Co. Schr Omaha, Wooster, Capo Uayti 12 days, with log ! wood to lliompson A Hunter. ! Schr C C Warren (of Gloucester), Smith, Barncao 10 ; davs. with fruit to J A T Pearsall ; vessel to B J Wenbcrg. I Had strong NW winds most ol the passane | Schr Nathan Cleaves (of W'elltleet), Atwood, Eletithera 1 fidays. with pineapple* to James Iii uglas, vessel to B J Wenberg. Had fine weather. I Hchr Tsaac Rich (of Salem), Bryant, Eletithera 8 days, with pineapples to James Douglas; vessel to B J Wen Mr* llao moderate weather . left In port nchrs Bcnlu i inln. Oliver and Rebecca Warren. 1 Schr Rosalie (Br), Clare, Eleuthera 10 days, with pine apples, t< Joseph Kneas. Had rough weather ; June e, lat ' Sf Ion 73 5?), fell In with the schr True Hlue (of Nassau), captain Johnson, from Eletithera for N'#w Vork, lu a ainklNg condition , look . iff the captain and crew, 7 in all, ai d brought them to this port. Schr L.ttie Beard, Perry, Mobile, 16 days, with powder, I to Yfnor Chrlsford, S Armv, vessel to master. Srhr II C shej.pard, Jacksonville 7 days, with lumber to | P Nelson; vessel to master, Schr Traveller, Henderson. Jacksonville 7 days, with !1 ii f 1 1 1 er. to master. Is bound to Hartford. Mrlir M A liver, Scull, Mosquito Inlet, Fla, 1/1 (lava, with tlmlM t, t< Swln Hro*. IIIim been f dajs north of Ifatteras, with NW winds, Srlir Fran* Wallace Brewster, Charleston 6 U?vs, With , lpaUir u> uumUij . iaiioubd u> *?w Uavcu. I Bchr Susan Wright, Mount, Georgetown, BO, 6 days, with naval stores, to Dollner, Potter A Co. Bchr William floardman, Willard, Plymouth, NC, BO hours, with timber, to master ; in bound to New Haven. Hchr Burdett Hart, Pearce, Wilmington, NO, 8 daya, with naval stores, to E B Powell. . , Hchr C A John-win, Harris, Washington, NC, 5 day*, with naval stores, to W K Hinman A Co. . Hchr 8 L Davis. Cottrell, Bucksville, NC, 6 days, with lumhcr.to Jonathan Beers. Bohr Exertion, Karbell, Virginia. Hchr Harry Tandell. Vlrginiu, Bchr (J T Hubbard, Loveland, Virginia. Bchr K P Simpson, Vail, Virginia. Hchr H W Godfrey, Bears, Virginia. Pchr Montezuma, Bulliuger, Virginia Bchr Ellle Bodine, Potter, Virginia. Bchr Sea Bird, Steele, Virginia. Bchr B oilnhant, Stewart, Virginia. Bchr Woodruff Sims, Pharo, Virginia. Bchr O W Vaughan, Johnson, Virginia. Bchr Palestine. Pharo, Virginia. Bchr Monmouth, Anderson, Virginia. hchr Hattie Law, Sherrer, Virginia. Bchr Jacob Birdsall, Robinson, Virginia. Bchr J B (Jilmore, GUmore, Virginia. Bchr Alphabet, Bechumb, Virginia. Bchr K J Iloyt, Arnold, Alexandria for New Haven. Hchr Franklin Bell, Patten, Georgetown, DC. Hchr Ida Delatora. Davis, Georgetown, DC, for Stoning ton. Hchr M E Taber, Tabcr, Georgetown, DO. Bchr Maggie A Lucy, Taylor, Georgetown, DC. Bchr Herschel, Chambers, Georgetown, DC. Bchr WW Bonnell, Bonuell, Georgetown. DC. Bchr Khoda Holmes, Potter, Georgetown. DC. Bchr (i M Wentwortn, Collins, Calais, 6 days, with lath, to G Boardman. Rkturn?o.? Bark Fannie, Wiley, hence Sd Inst for Glbara, having on the 6th lust experienced a violent gale IVoin NE which knocked the vessel on her Iteuin ends, damaging her to such an extent as to necessitate return ing to port for repairs. The bark Krong Sverre (Nor), which arrived 7th, Is con signed to Tetens <* Bockinann (not as before reported). The bark Penang (Br), Rao, from Iqnlquc, which ar rived 7th, Is consigned to Taylor i Bona. Reports passed Cape Horn March 18, crossed the Equator May 2, in Ion 31; had tine weather. Pasted Through H?U Gate. BOUND SOUTH. Bchr Wm D Mangura, Chase. New Bedford for New York. Bchr John Lancaster, Williams. Providence for New York. Bchr Almon Bacon, Crosby, Lynn for New York. Bchr Willard Smith, New London for New York. Bchr Mary Miller, Dayton Providence for New York. Bchr Mary Richardson, Kail River for New York. Bchr Nightingale, Beebe. Providence for New York. Bchr C H Newman, Leland, Providence for New York. Bchr Martha Maria, Pressey, Norwich lor New York. Bchr Henry A Taber, (Hark, Providence for New York. Hchr Donna Anna, Wells, New Bedford for New York. Hchr Monitor, Chase, Wareham for New York. Bchr Mary W Hooper, Oilman, Boston lor New York. Bchr Ell Townsend. Mitchell, Providence for New York. Bchr Thomas Hull, Groves, Btonlngton tor Harlem River. Bchr O W Vancleaf, Geary. New Haven for Providence. Kchr Bailie T Chartre, Trcfethan, Taunton tor Port John son. Hchr M M namellne, Vnlser, Providence for New York. Sclir Nathan Holmes, Clifford, Millstone Point for New York. Steamer Galatea, Nye, Providence tor New York, with md.se and passengers. Steamer Thetis, Gale, Providcnce for New York, with mdse and passengers. BOUND EAST. Bteamship Doris, Young, New York for Portland. Steamship Acusliuet, Hector, New York for Now Bed ford. Steamship Neptune, Baker,- New York for Boston. Brig Haranden, Smith, New York for Bangor. Brig Northern Star, Henderson, New York for Sack vilie, NB. Hclir Anadir, Caldwell, Port Johnson for Bridgeport, Bchr Olive, Rayiior, New York for Newport. Schr Eureka. Tyron, Port Johnson for Boston. Schr Mary Ella, Charles, Kondout for New Bedford. 8c hr L S Hatch, Giles, Port Johnson for llartford. Bchr D A Berr.v, Walters, Kondout for Providence. Bchr Gilbert Oreen, Fisher, Hoboken for New London. Schr K P Ely, New York lor Taunton. chr Emma white, Bucll, Port Jefferson for Taunton. Schr Surf, Abbott, Trenton for Providence. Schr Pennsylvania, Ewen, Philadelphia for Norwich. Schr J II Kockwood, Sherry, Baltimore lor Bridgeport. Schr Joseph P Rogers, Dickson, Amboy, for Middletown. Schr Surprise, Seamen, Trenton for Dighton. Schr Henry Lemuel, Jarvis, South Amboy for Provi dence. Schr Thomas P Cooper, Brown, Newburg for Fall River. Schr 11 B Wilson, Hamilton, New York for Hartford. Schr Oeorge W Glover, Holbrook, Kondout for Boston. Schr Abble 8 Oaks, Kideout, Port Johnson lor Taunton. Schr Messenger, Deane, Port Johnson for Taunton. Schr Alida, Kuowles, Hoboken for Providence. Schr C 11 Northam, Hubbard, Hobokeu for Providence. Hchr E Wells, Nelson, Elizabeth tor Portland. Bchr Henrietta, Jones, New Brunswick for Norwich. Schr Native, He llart, Elizabeth for Providence. Schr Kate Scranton, Palmer, Elizabeth for Providence. Schr Margaretta, Mott. New York for Glencove. Schr Ann Eliza, Jones, Elizabeth lor Fall River. Bchr Judge Taney, Watts, New York for Newburyport. Bchr Emma W Day, Clark, New York for Bangor. Bchr Trcasnre, Blake, New York. Schr J M Freeman, Kelly, New York for New Bedford. Schr Mary H Mifflin, Ferris, Elizabeth for Bridgeport. Schr Malanta, Sanlord, New York for Windsor. Schr James Bayles, Arnold, Elizabeth for Salem. Schr San Juan, Muuson. South Amboy for Norwalk. Schr Mary Jane, Hagcrty, Newbridge, N. J., for Provi dence. Schr H W Bird, Newwater, New York for Salem. Schr Pacific, Ginn, Kondout lor New York. Schr Wind, Warwick, Trenton ior Middletown. Schr John Manlove, Browne, New York for Bristol. Bchr Alnomack, Rogers, New York for East Ihomas town. Schr White Rock, LafTerty, New York for Portland. Schr W O Irish, Tirrell. New York lor Now Bedford. Schr Golden Eagle, Jones, Philadelphia for New Bedford. Schr A J Williams. Mornell, New York for Stamford. Steamer oalau-a, Nye, New York for Providence. SAILED. Steamships Baltic, Spain, Batavia and City of London, for Liverpool; Hermann, Bremen; Minia, 'London ; Co lumbia, Olasgow; Bienville, Havana; San Francisco, Bermuda; Ariadne, Key Westand Galveston ; St Louis and E B Soulier, New Orleans; Ashland, Fernandina ; Gen Barnes, Savannah; Manhattan, Charleston ; Old Domin ion, and W P Clyde, Richmond, Ac; Fanit-a, Philadelphia. The following vessels sailed from this purt during the past week :? Juno 1 ? Shins St Albans. New World, Citv of Aberdeen, Conover; barks Maria, Hanover, James fi Ward, Pulel nella, Princess of Wales, America; brigs Haabcts Ansaar, Amy. L C Madeira, Anna, Ella. 2<f? Ship Electra; barks Glueroca, P C Warwick. 3d? ship Sea Flower; barks James Walsh, Galveston, (iyaa, Karnak, Bcrtaux, Orleo, Suomi; brigs Sea Skim mer. Salinas. 4th? Ship Ben Nevis; barks John Boulton, Chrlstal, Jenny ; nrlgs II E Wheeler, John Givan. 6th? Ships May Dumlas, Competitor ; barks Anna, Flora, C M Goodrich, Harvest Moon, Norn, Envoy; brigs Isa liellta, Caprera, Antonino, N storvers; schr Mary Sco fleld. 6th, ships Gosohen, Richard Robinson, Volunteer. Glen haven; barks Novnen, Emelia Campa, Germania, A J Pope, Famtiieti, Titunia. John Griflln, Jason, Sarah Oil son, Isaac Hall. J W Holmes ; brigs Velocity, Tlicum*, Turrull, Signal, Carolina, Gem. 7th? Schr Ebenezer, Elva. Wind at sunset 8W, fresh. Marine Uinasteri, Collision? Steamship City of London (Br), hence for Liverpool, on the 8th inst, at 9 AM, when off the Battery, collided with steamtug N B Starbuck, carrying away her stem and causing her to leak badly. The City ot London received no damage and proceeded. The Starback was taken In tow by steamtug Titan and taken up the North River. Ship Gold 11 untir. Freeman, at Philadelphia 7th inst from Havre, experienced heavy weather first part of the passage; lost spars and sails, and strained the snip so that she leaks some ; had moderate and thick weather latter part of the passage. Bark Kimrara (Br), McQuarrle, from Antwerp for Mon treal, with glass, Ac, put Into Pictou about June 5, con siderably damaged and leaking badlv. SchrJosir, frmn Addison, Me, lor New York, was in Provlncetown harbor June 7, AM, with loss of deck load of lumber and boat. Schr Eliza B Bearo. Lewis, from Portland for St John, NB, which was laken to Rockland for repairs, after being ashore in the Bay, proceeded 2d lust. Schr Hciota, Sadler, from Boston for Ellsworth, put Into Gloucester 7th, with loss of jib and foresail. Sc;ir Kknodsrkao. Wyatt. from South Anibov for Ban Sor, at Gloucester 7th. lost deck load of coal and Inmher, ad tfalley and cabin stove, split sails; captain's ankle sprained while clearing decks ny cutting away bulwarks. Schr Casco Loimjk, Pierce, from Elizabethport for Port land, at Gloucester 7th, lost boat, split mainsail, and has feet of water in hold ; mate's loot badly .iainmcd. Scirn Gkttvsmtho, from Boston for Philadelphia, re turned to B 7th inst, with loss of sails. Bonn Amnik S Gaskkll, Iroin New York for Georgetown. DC, put into Lewes, liel, Nth Inst, wltn sails split and spars broken, and subsequently sailed again, having re paired. Srna Rii<iTi.its?. Haskell, from Bangor for New Bedford, with IPft.uuO feet of lumber (before reported), was driven ashore on Ipswich beach on Wednesday. She lies in a ! comfortable position. Arrangements we're being made at Newburyport on Thursday to haul her off. S.~iir K Sugar, Grogan, from Hoboken for Portsmouth, NH, with coal, before reported a total loss, has been raised and towed to Norwalk, Conn, where she will be re pulrcd, and proceed thence to New York. Sen a C H Macoiibhr, lllgglns, at Boston from Franklin, Me, spilt lib and lost part of deck load In Boston Bay on i the 6th lust. I Sriin J O Orkw (of Belfast, Me), Carter, collided with j the Lightship at Eel Grass Shoal on the 1st inst, at about ! U o'clock noon, carrying away boat, Ac. she was in j charge oi a New London pilot at the time. I Schr Tri-k Bluk (ol Nassau). Johnson, from Eleuthera 1 for Now York, has been abandoned at sea. Capt Johnson makes the lollowlng report:? Lett Eleuthera May 24 for New York with a cargo of fruit; had rough weather 1 up to the 2yth ; when in lat 35, Ion 74, experienced i a heavy galo from NE. lasting 14 hours, which carried awav foremast and started the | vessel leaking ; all hands went to work at the pumps and continued pumping for 8 day< and nights, the water gain ing < in us all the time ; June ??.lat 37, Ion 73.80, the schr Rosalie (of Nassau), captain Clare, hove in sight; seeing our condition, bore down lor ns and took us off the wreck In an exhausted state, and brought us to this port Schr Ja.ik. of Boston, before reported wrecked on Squam Beach and all hands lost, was seen ashore on the nar. near the lighthouse, on Wednesday afternoon | last, hut the people oil the shore supposed the crew were Innodanger, asthoyiould have landed without diill cultvat low tide. Contrary to expectation, however, a ? boat ?oon started from the schooner with five men in It, | which had not proceeded far when It broached to and j up*et, and the entire crew were thrown Into the sea and lost. The lifeboat Was immediately manned and went to their aid, but did not succeed In saving any of the un fortunate men. The bodies had not been recovered at last accounts. Schr Arnica (Br), Conlfiy. at Boston from Si John, NB, encountered the lato gale abont four AM on Wed ties, day. being at the time some 15 miles NF. ol fCape Ann. The weather soon shut down thick, and the vesnel was hauled off. The wind afterwards changed from NE by E to NE and NNE, causing a very troublesome sea. The vessel shipped much water, and would have lost deckload had it not been fastened down with chains. The cabin was full of water for twelve hours. Managed to save the sails, but the gale was so violent as to rip the. hoops off the foresail notwithstanding the tact thai thev had inst been secured with new spun yarn. On Thursday, about W inil< s KSK from < ape Ann, passed the top of a vessel's house, apparently about 15 by 90 feet, painted white and green hIso a largo galley sides palnte I green ; two or three oar- and a lot of lumber, shingles. Ac , a great deal scattered (undoubtedly part Of the deckload of tome ves sel from the eastward). Sens. I RLaviui'* (Br), from st John, NB, for Boston, before reported ashore on Plum Island Beach, lies high up miles north of Emerson's Rocks. Iftu yards above low water mark , and although her mainmast is gone, rigging r ut. rudder gone, and vessel considerably strained. It Is thought an attempt will l>e made to launch her. a? she Is l>f very light draukjit. Siic it j?uncd In the sauvl Mine four *?et, and the work of discharging has commenced. She went ashore about twelve o'clock Wednesday noon, and ?II on board were 1 ashed in the rigging for about two nottra, when a line attached to a water cask ?u sent ?More, and with the assistance of Mr hamuel Steven* and ? i ?ir* were all safely landed on the beach, the cap J*tn ? wife being idightly bruited while In the rigging. 52* n,?* "V* comfortable quarter* at Mr Stevens' house. _ a J* Lawreuce Is S yearn nld, 106 tons burden, and owned by Abraham Rray, of Hopewell, NB, an<l Captain h.?.?H'?t?. ?rv<,y' wl>'ch port she lett June 1? three-quar ter* to the former and one-quarter to the latter. ? *ay 18?' The Rebecca Oo<ldard (Ameri ^ ufrom, *'w Vork for Constantinople (pe KwSni'Jk arrived here to-day, took the ground off ni^lolng hllif an*our at ^ 14 tug ,or M' alUr re' ,l^~T5e?-?e^ar' American bark, which kikino fiZSiv frnm for-T*1Paral?o, put liack April 9, April"* antf will have^o discharge. * *t0nU enc0UwU:rwi froPn7M"me'rail,JUwnae(( ^mi^^lh^Xilw^re ufv^* Alexander Kennedy fell overboard and waidTowm'd Portsmouth, NH, June 7-The schr Denmark, Call, from Boston forDrenden, sprung a leak in the gale of June i, making 800 strokes an hour, and was beached at New castle By the pilot for repairs. Hchr Knterprlse tousall schr Challenge, and BritUh sclir Arinanilla went asL.ro on ?.'r,'at Island in the same gale, but all got off next dav without damage, with the assistance of a tun. A box Tit books, marked "William Day, Walthaiu, Mass" was picked up at Bay View on Thursday, probably from some vessel wrecked In the storm. Rock poht, Mass, June 7? Thursday morning brought to light a large schooner with her masts eul away, at anchor near Avery's Rock. Her name is the K W Crawford, Oapt Strout, irom Cherryfleld for New York, loaded with spars. In the .-tress of weather Wednesday, her deck load being washed away, her captaAn cut away her masts and came to anchor. Early Thursday morning, as soon as her dis tress was ascertained, a i-arty went to tlio extreme south end and brought up the lifeboat, which, with two dories, went out and brought in the captaiu and one of the crew, leaving the others aboard to look after the vessel. The sea ran very heavy, and it was a hard and dangerous pull. The captain has telegraphed to Boston for assistance. Salkm, Mass. June 7? The brig reported seen wearing ship off the Oceau House, near Portsmouth, NH, on the 6th, was the brig Manzanilla, Benson, from Calias for Newport, RI. She arrived at Salem on the 6th Inst, at 3 AM, with part of deck load, davits and boat gone ; sea broke In windows and filled cabin, split sails, Ac. Wiuiinoton, June 8 ? The German bark Shanghai, which cleared from this port for Cork last Wednesday, went ashore on Prying Pan Shoals, but got off by throwing overboard S38 bales rosin. The vessel was damuRcd suffi ciently to necessitate her return to this city for repairs. Mlacellaneona. Purser Bomhoff, of the steamship Weser, has our thanks for conrtesles. Purser C C Wildman, of the steamship Leo, from Savan nah, has our thanks for favors. Launcukd ? At Bath, Me, on Thursday, 6th Inst, from the yard of Messrs Uoss 1 Sawyer, a One three-masted schooner of about 700 tons, named Charles I Lawrence, owned by R R freeman, S W Kemp and others, of Well fleet, Mass, and to be commanded by Capt S W Kemp. Whalemen. Arrived at New London 6th, schr Francis Allyn, Glass, from a cruise, with 400 bids elephant oil. Notice to M?rlnera. Captain Howes, of steamer McClellan, at Boston 7th, from Baltimore, says the buoy on Stale Ledge, Lower Middle, In Boston harbor, has gone, from Its position, and Is now In the middle of the channel, apparently floating about. Spoken. Ship Blue Jacket, Simmons, from Cluanape for Europe, "ship OenaB^ry,SlVom Liverpool tbr CaUao, May 19, 60 "&?p8lSlte& ^Rorr^jVom O'uanape for Falmouth, MSwp hii?ubanj;omnLo^on for San Francisco, May 22, ^Shlp^MaUma^Blake, from Bolivia for Antwerp. May 22, UShtp4Tw?i 'archers, ' Gibbs, from CaUao for London, Affa rk?ilomeo* (Br) "from Ltverpool Feb 5 for San Fran '^ht.^b^n^HVj^ro'm Philadelphia for Bella, t, May labVurt?? Prisc"8fc from Cardiff for Montevideo, April 15, U^rtLinm?NO)7from New York for Bremen, May 2*. %i9rftl1el"eU0from Liverpool for New York, May 20, lat Templar (Br), Crosby, from Cardiff for New York, M?iark Lady ^X^Br), Carpenter. from Glasgow for (by pilot boat Abm Leggett, No 4). Forei|(n Ports. Arprossan, May 28? Arrived, O P Payzant, Knowlton, Lowu'rlson, Itender son "Se w Vofk? 'vibl 1 la. Meifray , do; Maggie Chap Turla, Fine, Macao for New York ; 14th, Cissy, Spencer, Foochow for Y Knu n k a ux* *M a y 24? Arrived at Pauillao, Sandusky. Nortonfand' Garibaldi, Hoyer, New York; 25th, LUza * M^WSK:'M??re, San Francisco; W <r\kMeyer' New ja,neg' New YBAic.LOKA, May 23-Arrlved, Jullto, Abrll, New Or leB?TAVu, April lft? Arrived, Morro Castle, Jewett, New YB??a.noa. IW.May 28-Off, I F Chapman. Stone, from S Buli ha r!rM a vV Arrived, Nabob, Dill, New York; Golden FSa He'd* M ay 1 "sarah Newman, Cong.lon, Akyab; Tlrrell, M km! k! nR A pri l?i?- Arrl ved , Bom ba y.Ooope r. Bombay. Basskik, April ?? ? ,* .Arrived, Urania, Plnkhain. ra!nz* 16th New fcrn, Gordon, Brunswick, <la; 10th, c A Melmorc! Boston; 23d, Charles Gumm, Mekerson. D"a.1ed April 19, Emma Muir, Guest, "foreign ports;" *%?$? M?v^atMm?n, McDonald, Wllmlng ton ? Wth'AdwV Johnson, City Point Kfc .Wth^WtHc, for New York; ?\^^rrMeiy ?-rr?vedjKxceUior, Bower, and Peplta, tosh north of Hattcras; brigs Annie Lindsoy (Br). Dunn, fromBremen for Baltimore ; 27th, Mary Hangs. Howes, Mcjillonea lor "linSeKNTiw May 26? Off, F Reck, from Philadelphia for Bremen; Pleiades, Ballard, trom Valparaiso for 11am b dSal May 27? Arrived, Adelphl, Moro, London (and "EwiioR^May ^Arrlved. New England, Baetcr, New ?Klkuthkkj^1! June 3-1 n port, schr Gen Grant, Bowleg, Brage, Jorgensen, New v,frk. 27th' Perseverance. Jonker, Philadelphia; Benj Bairns, Batcheldel^^uanape ; Crest of the Wave, rfarm, I'M, bound East, a large Amort .. JhfJn?r vacht with Sew York Yacht Club burgee can J**""!?1}? . y the Dauntles, from New York tor Cowos). K(h'kkstojik May aToff Ll-nta Walsh Pendleton, from Gnanapefor Hamburg ; 27Ui, Nordboen, feaagensen, from 1POK.???T0,r May Called, Walo, Tavastsjerna, Baltl "'(Tlasgow. May 25-8alled, Europa (a), Campbell, New YOOTnw.?rRO, May 22-Cleared. William. Harding. Bos ^Va,^'C?-ArX^kdAddie McAd.n, Par, ? i v?w York* in-lu 8tfttford (Hr)i ^urrji <lo, 23d, burk Ad?laideeNor?ris; Keed.do; brig 4onc (fer), McDougall, "'"irrived at do 21st, Idea, Romano, New York. Mav?? Arrived, barks Williamson (Br), Ynnnir Palermo (and sailed for Philadelphia); 21st, S. hnn.'vl. Snow, Philadelphia; Doinentco (Itoli.Jracoe rlno. New York ; schr CSC (Br), James do-the last three f0Ra0ned"l6th, brig Ovinia (Br), Lockhart (from New V<uk)'J,'i' VhI? R,*k 16th bark Sunshine, Richmond, from Passed t'1^ y rk brlBs I<izzle M jierrlll. Call, from Leghorn for Boston; fcavosota, Slater, front Messina for * Oratofif behind the Rock 16th, bark Emma (Br), Forbas, Caravan, Waefelaer, New YSsi.vo?T, May 2+-Arrlved, Jeannlc Loutltt, Murdock. Graf von Arnlra, Krusc, Philadelphia (and W Ha mb i^o**M a^y ' 25? Arrl ved , Allemannia (.), Brandt, "aSfW Caroline Bagge, New York, Lathley Rich, 8 lii? of Wioht, Mav 27-off the Wight, Iluegenot, Pe TaSi? ?. "???. ?u?w. 5^?s^?sa.,aaaJns? River?HC (in"l eiit< re?l ?.ut tetji tor Nc^liort. KH ^ He^ EmVml^t KlVCr' *V,onno!in?RRT. May ^~Arrtvc<f, J?JJ]*Y>*ton.^nebec ' ! ? LtiIooiiV May' l-Tr?lv^!PUeland. fallaksen, Gotten- , bULuaoii ,*M ay'ao? Arrl ved , Mariana I. Santo, Philadel- , Ritchie, Ban Fran- j C,Ssn?as. April ?? Arrived, Melrose. Neill. Calcutu (and , tafiaTJSfe3SU flrcal A',n,ir!l,? Chat0cW' 8aD ? Frsneineo. Tncoood. New York. MaA?Rlms April ^Arr?vcd. DulvsUnd, Graves. Bos ton. .. 14 Arrived, John Brightmnn. Loreo April J vilrtRl)an. HuinPhrle, Pcnang. r.en, Singapore; ^"5rTVvi"r. Madras. 1 Hailed 24th, Ht wrnard. ^ ! J(arkH npnftlp(|0l,t nVer, Mata^as Mav ^ Hemingway. Boston; l has Philadelphia; Meaunuc^os^ rrTin.- (Br). Marshall. Kobes, bwett. New lor*. (.onfor(1 K,.)u.v< Baltimore ; Vera Cruz for ?,>w Orleans; Soininen n (Nor), Prsncis U'W< / . :U|i^ finrk (Nor), Jor ?eiiselfdo ' b*J Alice M Putnam, Bogjra. PbUadeljyhiai i Palled Jane 1. hark Pleiades (Br), Owinphell, north of Hatteras; brig shannon, Sawyer, do; schrs Abbie Pitman, Lombard, do. Montlrkal. Jane 7? Arrived, barks Young Eagle, Dick, New York ; llengist, McNeil, Pit ton. . _ Mikamichi, Juno t>? Arrived, ?hlp Andrew Jackson,. Field, Boston. Nkwpoht, May 26? Arrived, L 8 Sturges, Linnekiu, Liv erpool. nailed 26th. Columbia, Delano, Callan. Cleared 24th, Nuovo Guiseppina, New York. Entered for ldg 24tli, Zephyr, Sweetser, lor New Or leuns. Nkwcastlk, May 24? Cleared, Nuova Guiseppina, New York. Pitmocth, May 25? Off the Start 26th, Star, Vianello, from Callaotor Hamburg. Pkrnaubcoo, Muy l'J ? Til port bark Mad Can (Br), Var well-for Delaware Breakwater for orders; Mary Knowl ton, Lothrop, for Hampton Koads for order*. Pictoc.NB, June 5? Arrived, brig Isabella (Br), McLar en, New York. Qukenstown, May 26- Arrived, Niobe, Marcy, Portland, Oregon (and sailed 28th fur Liverpool). Rangoon, no date? Sailed, Mogul, Freeman, Falmouth. Kio Grande, April 1H? Arrived, WatorlUy, Price, and H M Simmons, Hutth, New York. Bailed April 7, Matliilde, Kolle, New York. Kio Ja.nkiro, May 1? Arrived, Tai Lee, Hart wig, New York. Sailed April SO, Adonis, Breckwoldt, Hampton Roads; May I, Smiling Mom, do. Scni>kui.ani>, May 25? Kntcred for ldg, Oulana, Smith, for New Orleans. Southampton, May 25? Sailed. Koln (s), Krancke,1 Balti more (and una off Isle of Wight26th). Stettih, May 22? Arrived, Franklin (s>, Meyer, New York. Singapore. April 10? Sailed, Cordova, Reynolds, Hong Kong: 20tli, Wlloh, Buralcy, Saigon. Arrived at do May 12, snip Springfield, Dwlght, New Port, E, to sail June 7 for Manila, to Toad lor New York. . StOroi*. May 28? In port, barks Nomad, Townsend, troni New York; Liczio Ives, unc; brig Annie Gardner, Gardner, do. Saoua, May 27? Arrived, bark Sliver Clond (Br), Robert Sail' '> Homeward Bound, Murriman, St Jago; f8'"' brig R A Barnard (Br), Willeby, Philadelphia; 29th, bark Sepanto (Br), Smith, llavana. Nq.renort of vessels nailed, the Custom House official. It is alleged, refusing to furnish them, in order to cover some Private bargains of bin own. ,us? John, NB, June 6?Arrlved, bark Jearic Goodwin (Br , Gennan, Boston: schr Alba (Br), Calder, New York. Cleared 4th. ships Themis (Br), Hatfield, Dublin ; Mary Warren (Br), Lowe, Liverpool; bark Lady HavelocV (Hrf, Taylor, do ; brig Maggie Gross (Br), Oross, Cardenas: 6th. bark Neptune, Beal Clenfuegos; ?hr* Tasso (Br). De\ong! Now York: Humming Bird (Br), Kinleo, and locking Bird (Br), Roberts, do. Tarragona, May 22? Arrived, Giovanl Battlsta. New Orleans. Watbuvobd, May 28? Sailed, Kalervo, Baltimore. American Porta. . BALTIMORE. June 7? Arrived, brigs Redwing, Snow, Pernambuco; Fidelia, White, Navassa; Into, Andarson, Boston; schr* E R Emerson, Snow, do; Madlaon Holmes, Bavlu?, N'ew-^ftk ; Hat'.ie M Howes, Howes, Providence. (beared? Ship Rlioda, Young, Panama; brigs Amelia Thurlow. Gallison, St Thomas; Maggie, Comely, New York ; schrs Shlloli, Hubbard, Matauzas; Abbott Deve reux, Rich, Boston; George H Mills, Tlllotson, Fall River. CHARLESTON, June 8? Arrived, Bteumshlp Georgia, Crowell, New York. Sailed? Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York; brig Caroline dray, for Chlsholin Island, SO FORT MONROfc, June 8? Passed in for Baltimore? Maggie V llugg, from Rio; ship Roland, from Bremen; l)?rk Maitlunu, from Liverpool; barks Gazelle, from Ma la nzas: T It Welden, from Havana; brigs Bessie, from do : Cieta, from St John's; Barbaty and surprise, from the West Indies; Agnes Barton, from Matunzas; schr John Welshed, firom St Andrews. Passed out, steamer Fanny, for Turk's Island; bark Heroine, for Martinique; schr Silver Lake.ior the West Indies. Passed in, bark James Mulr, from Cardiff for City Point GALVE8TON, June 6? Arrived, schr Sanios, Howes, New York. GEORGETOWN, SC. June 1? Cleared, schrs C 8 Webb, Homer. Now York ; 2d, Susan Wright, Mount, do. JACKSONVILLE, May 22? Arrived, schrs Mary Augusta, Holt, Warren (and cleared 27th for Fall River); 27th, Hannah Little, Crauford. Now York; June S, BKFarn ham, Brewster; J 0 Clark, Dix, and Uncle Tom. Look, New York ; James Wall, drover, New Haven ; Altavela, Joy, Fall River; Index, Garrison, Indianola. Cleared 22d, schrs Louisa Wilson, Holt, Philadelphia; 31st, Traveller, Hodges, Hartford; June 1, Serene, Jones, Baltimore. . . NEW ORLEANS, June 4? Arrived, schr Lizzie Webster, Jack. son, Ruatan. Cleared? Steamship Liberty, Reed, tor Baltimore, via Key West and Havana. South wkst Pass,. I line 4 ? Sailed, ships Athens and J J Southard; barks Pleon and Skulda. NORFOLK. Va, June 7? Arrived, schrs Almira Rogers, Richardson, New York; Forest Home, Kent, do. SAN FRANCISCO, May 31? Arrived, bark Shooting Star. Austin. Nanaimo. Cleared? Ships Montrose (Br), Mclntyre, Callao; Ger nitinia, linker, Port Townsend. Sailed? Ship Commodore, Ollmore, Port Ludlow ; bark Mary Olover, Green leaf. Port Discovery. June 7? Arrived, ship Tlmour, Crocker, Boston. MISCELLANEOUS. Absolute divorces legally obtained from the courts of different States. No publicity. Advice free. Notary Public and Commissioner lor every State. F. I. KING, Counsellor-at-Law, 3(13 Broadway. Absolute divorces legally obtained from Courts of different States ; legal everywhere; deser tion, Ac., sufficient cause; no publicity required, no charge until divorce granted: consultation free. M. HOUSE, Attorney, ISO Broadway. A. -HERALD BRANCH OFFICE, BROOKLYN, corner of Fulton avenue and Boerum street Open from 8 A. M. to 8 P. M. B AROAINS IN TEAS, COFFEES, GROCERIES AND Provisions; warranted to suit the palates and the pockets of the million. THOMAS R. AGNEW. 160 Greenwich street. New York. Bamboo crape pakasols, a .novelty here* tofore unknown.? This fabric is made Into crape trom the bamboo reed. We have, alter earetul study and many experiments, succeeded in adopting the same to a stylish Parasol, which, lor exquisite beauty and lady-like appearance, is unequalled by anything vet Introduced Into this market for an Alpine parasol. We call the attention of merchants to this novelty. BYRD A OORWIN, Umbrella Manufac turers, 414 Broadway, New York. / 10NSUMPTION.? A CENT INE, EFFECTUAL REMEDY for hopeless consumptions, ulcerated lungs, coughs, pneumonia, from an eminent retired physician, for In vallds sending address and stamp to PHYSICIAN, box 2,29!) Post office. / 1 1lEELEY AND GRANT MEN ARE CROWDING THE IT rooms of Dr. RICE, the celebrated Chiropodist, 210 Broadway, corner Fulton street, getting their Corns, Bun ions, Ac., "cured. Reader, do likcw tw. I EDUCATION IN NORTH GERMANY.? MRS. LEVER 'j son's Institute tor young laities, and for young gentle men under thirteen years ot ago, THIEROARTEN STREET. HANOVER. For prospectuses and further particulars address Dr. M. R. LEVERSON, 294 Broadway, New York, room 14. JJl'MAN HAIR sale.? 4 OUNOE, 32 INCH SWITCHES llrst quality Hair, not dyed, only $12. The only hair importer who retails at wholesale prices. ,T PECKHAM, t>87 Broadway, near Amity St. C ,le prices. CHARLES V. ut this out JW. YANDEWATER, . OFFICE, CABINET AND MERCANTILE FURNI TURE MANUFACTURER, 83 Ann and MS William street. New York. rpilE ONLY RELIABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER. OVER 1,000 FIRES PUT OUT WITH IT. MORE THAN *10,000,000 OF PROPERTY SAVED FROlfc THE FLAMES. THE NATIONAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER. Price $30, Polished Copper; $35, Nickel-plated. Indorsed and used by the U. S. Government, and ordered to be carried ort all steamboats. Dally used by the New York Fire Department, hotels, theaters, private dwellings, factories, public buildings, Fire Departments throughout ?the Union. NATIONAL FT RE EXTINGUISHER COMPANY, Hi-.au OrrtCK, 263 Broapwat, Nkw York. THE NATIONAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER COMPANY hereby give notice to the public generally that a certain Fire Extinguisher Company is trying to intimidate and extort money on threats ol pretended lawsuits from parties using TIIE NATIONAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER. We bog to i-autlou (he public to pay no heed to these at tempts at blackmailing, a- they have no such claims as they assert and only use these threats to intimidate in tending purchasers trom using THE NATIONAL EX TINGU to HER, which Is a superior mm bine, at )IU lower price than any other Fire Extinguisher. The following correspondence (ont nf a large number) will fully explain the meaning .of these Idle threats: OrncK or Keller A Blake, Attorneys at Law, > Nkw York, March it, 1*72. < James Sykks, Esq., Imperial Hotel, Washington, l>. C. :? Dkar Sib? our clients, the Northwestern Fire Extin guisher Company, of this city, are informed that yon are using apparatus' for extinguishing tires const meted in violation and infringement of certain letters patent ol liie United States, owned by them and granted respectively to Miles A Vignon, April IS. iSo'J, and to John O. Hoynton, June 19, lrW?. our clients have Instructed us to commence stilts against all parties who either make, use or vend apparatus that Infringe upon said letters patent, or either of them, and we hereby notify you that unless rou at once desist trom using such apparatus, and within a reasonable tlmo make a satisfactory settlement for the past use, we shall be compelled to Institute legal procecdlugg against you. Yours, respectfully, (Signed) KELLER A 1ILAKE. The Imperial Hotel at Washington was and Is protected against tire by the NATIONAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER, as also mostof the leading hotels throughout the country* REPLY. Huad Orncc onm National Fikk ExnxuuisiiKR co*rAt*r, 2t>3 BnoADWAr, Nkw York, March Its IfiTi. ' Messr*. Keli.kr A Bt.AKk, City :? ? Ients? Mr, James Svkes of the Imperial Hote' Ci ? ashlngton has lorwariled to tne your letter ol the 9iA. * am inclined to think that it you have the rightsand elaimf therein asserted, that this oin< e or the courts of this cits would be the proper place lor a vindication of the same. I have written him (lykes) to the effect that I shall pro tect him (as also all others) against lawsuit* brought by the N. W. Fire Extinguisher Company for Infringements. It U not necessary for you to delay any length of time In the hope of a satisfactory settlement on his part; but If f you propose commencing legal proceedings, you will gr< .it ly oblige me by beginning forthwith. I cannot bit* think it a very strange mode or proceeding on the part o? your clients, to try and extort money from this and other parties on the threat of legal proceedings. Your", very truly, (Signed) JAS. E. THOMPSON, President National Fire Extinguisher Company. The patents under which the National Fire Extinguished Comr>?ny manufacture and sell are dated December \ 1848, anil the last improvement Febrnnry, IH73. We are now prepared to alter ull Fir* r.xtinguishers with our latest reliable Improvement .or <10 each. NATIONAL FIRE KXTlNtfUIHHER COMPANY. Hem) uOluc. m Broadway. New York.