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SABAT08ABACES. FOURTH DAT OF THE JOLT BEETB6. Grand Racing in the Rain and Over ; a Muddy Track. FASTEST TIME EVER MADE IN AMERICA. ? y Hnnter & Travers* Alarm Runs a Mile in 1:42 M. COLONEL M'DAMEL'8 STABLE AGAIN IN IUCR. Alarm the Winner of the One-Milo Dash, Aille Hunt the Selling Bace and Tubman the Dash of Two Mile*. Saratoga, July 17,1872. The atmosphore was balmy and healthful this morning, ami the track In splondld order for fast racing. The fresh mountain air .scorned to liave aa Invigorating Influence on the hordes, as they all appeared buoyant and full of running, liut ire had showers before the racing was ^ver. There wore three events on iho card?the first n dash of a mile, for all ages; the second a selling race, the distuncc a mile and a hair, and the tliljd X two mile dash?all of which were finely contested, ufid run in relnaikoble time. TDS KACTN3; The entries for the first race were T. H. A W. R. Davis1 chestnut horse Fadladeen, by War Panco, dam Nora Creina, five years old; Hunter A Traversj l)?y colt Alarm, by Ec!li>se, dam Maud, three.years Old; A. Belmont's bay horse Kingfisher, by Lexington, dam Eltlmm Luss, live years. Kingfisher was a great favorite over the Held. He was, however, beaton by both the others, Alarm winning the race very ea:;l!y In the fastest time ever made. Just as the race was over a shower fell on the track, which made it somewhat heavy. Thn ciAlllvk/v vn*r\ \\n,\ fltrrt nxtnl.^i AAmnf'.ulnw 'P B. & W. It. Davis' bay horse Allie Hunt, by Vandal, dam Nora Crelna; .T0T111 II. Ilarbeck, Jr.'s, cliestnut gelding Cadence, by Censor, dam ltachael Dawnon, flour years old; Hunter & Travels' bay horse, Puckdon, by Lord CUfden, dam consequence, three years old; Joseph Donohue's chestnut hone, sandford, by Fnclo Vic, dam Dolly Carter, agad; John O'Donuell's gray mare Mary Louise, by Lightning, dam by Sovereign, four years old. Buckdcn was the first favorite, Sandford second and Mary Louise the third. The favorites were beaten badly by Allie Ilnnt, who won the race by a neck, Sanford second. The winner Bold for tho lowest price in the pools, and tho3e who invested a trifle 011 him reaped a rich harvest. This was defeat uumbcr two of the favorites. Cadence was withdrawn, having burst his quarter in training. The entries for the third race were ooflln & Lawrence's bay horse Lochiei, by Bonnie Scotland, dam Bonnet, four years old; D. Mr Daniel A Co.'s bay horse Tubman, by War Danco, dam Lass of Sidney, lour years old; F. M. Hall's bay colt John Morryman, by Kusrcue, dam La Rose, four years old, and EL P. McGrath's bay mare Susan Ann, by Lexington, dam itc.xaua, Ave years old. Tubman was first favorite; Jjoehlol second choice. Tubmau won the raco, he toeinn the only favorite that won during the day. Lnchiel went oir at a rapid rate at the commencement, lut was the last at the llulsh of the contest. The track was heaw, und it was feared by the backers of Tubman that his chances or wlnninit were made doubtful by the rain; but, like all good racehorses, be can run well under any circumstances. The time was remarkably Rood for suoh a traok, the rain having made it resemble a canal in many places. Susan Anu also ran a capital race, and wus a good second, Tubmau only beating her a length. The others were far behind. The following are the details of the racing as it / wuuu uu . tttk first race. Puise of $f?oo, for all ages; one mil?. Humer A Trovers' b. c. Alanu, by tcllpso, dam Maudo. 3 years old: < iray 1 T. B. .1 W. Ft. Davis' cli. n. Fadladeen, by War Dnnco, dam Nora Creina, s years ol<l; TIenaeMy 2 A. Belmont's b. o. Kingfisher, by Lexlngti. , dam Eltliam Lass, 5 yearn old; Faimer .. 8 Time, 1 -AVi. TJIK BEJT1N0. Kingfisher.... faoa 47o floo soo too 6Co .Alarm 205 3JO 4<i0 <-t>5 8J?d 2!<0 Fudiadeen.... *5 69 05 no 55 co THE RACK The start waa a llue one, the borwa going away at a dipping pure, anil they run .around the turn parallel. As they approached th<? quarter pole Failladeen showed his head anil shoulders In front, KingUsher second, three lengths in advance oi Alarm, who waa makiug a waning race of It. 'Walt and win"' were the orders given tho Jockey. Going down the backstretch Kingfisher took sides with I'adladeen. and they ran head and head to tho half-mile pole three length* in front of Alarm. Along tho lower turn Padladcen outpaced Kingfisher, and was half a length In fiont at the three-quarter pole. Alarm had commenced his run an Instant before, ami was closing rapidly on the others, being only oue length behind Kingfisher at tnls point. Fauladeen led Into the homestretch hall a length In front of Kingfisher, who was threequarters of a length In advance of Alarm. Getting Into straight worK Alarm made stronger running, and In a short tlmo was on even terms with Kinghslior, who moved up with him to attack Fadladcen, and tho trio were parallel lor a second or two. Then Alarm came away, tollowed by Kadladcen aud as lie passed under the wire a winner lie wan two lengths and a half in front of the latter, who was three-quarters of a length ahead of Kingfisher. Time, the fastest heat by a quarter ol a secend ever run In America, Kadladcen and Salina* having previously run a mile In l :43. Alarm appeared to win this race quite easily, but he pulled up lame at the finish. In one of the two false starts before the Hag fell Alarm stumbled while being nulled up, and it is probable that he then injured himself. TlIK T1MK. The time tn which the mile was made being the -fastest ever run In this country, the fractional points *ro given as follows:? Oiiarter mile .....0:25 Uft'i mile oa'.ih TlirAA.nnnpLor iml?? 1 Olio liillc 1:42X thk win nek. Alarm Is a handsome bay colt, three years old, by Eclipse, ilam Maud. As u two-year-old lie started lour times, losing three of Ins races and winning one. The tlrst or tlie.se was at Saratoga, second summer meeting, August Id, 1S71, when, for a mail H or 110,IKK), oue mile, hi; ho.it Cameron's brown ilily Inverarv iu 1:47^. Kext day lie started tn the Kentucky Stakes for two year-ohls, one mile, tn which lie came in third, l*ing beaten by Keone Richard's uay Uily by The Knight of St. -Oeorge and Joe Daniels, who lias distinguished .himself ho grandly since. Then he appeared in the Nursery Stakes, one mile, at Jerome Park. October 7, sanio year, when he ran second to .loe Daniels, the winner scoring 1:6a. Again lie appeared October :o, same meeting, in tbc De?se't stakes, one mile, when lus old competitor, l&verary, heat Mm, in l :4W. Tots year he came to fie post in the three-quarters 6t a mile <lath on tlw- first day ot Jerome Park, winning the jraree of $<oo, in l :ta, uiid beating Middav, Frogtown, Tubman, Plat in a. Ko?i? luuk, hi. Patrick. Belle Ailkeii and Frank Strut. On the second day of the meeting, Juno rt, he contended for the purse of f!>oo, dadi of one mile and a quarter, in wnich he Pent Kounder, l.ord Uyron, Echo, Eastern star, Jerseymau and impeeunl- I ous, In 2:17>5- On the second day of the present meeting At .Saratoga he was entered for the purse of $400, dash oi three-quarters or a mile, which ho won in 1:10, making the fasten time on record, | beatingPLmUna, Piedmont, Ortolan, KlsiejY/ithcrs*), Eltiie (J. Hunt Ucynolds"), Udy Motley, Frank f wlft i and Kingfisher, and now this perlormnnce closes j the wonuerfnl record made since, scoring the fast- ! est aiilo ever recorded In this country. THE HBCOITD EACfl. Sr.u ino Hack?Purse $<kk), for all ages, one and a halt mile. Horses entered to be gold lor <a,?kx>, to carry tliolr appropriate weights: lor ?? w. allowed 7 lbs.; ror f 1.500, 12 lb*.; for $1,000, 10 lt>3.; the winner to i>e s?ola at auction. \ T. B. .V W. r. Uavta' 1). h. Allie Hnnt, by Vandal, dam Nora Gretna, C jtais old, 103 lbs., $1,000; Henry 1 Jos. Donobue'ti ch. 1). Kaniord, by rticle Vic, dam Polly (.'arter, aged,103 iba., (l,ooo: IlenniH?/.. 2 k>hn O'Donnell's g. t. Mary Louise, by Lightning, dam by bovtrtign, 4 yearn old, ?o lbs., fl.ooo; Wright 3 ITnnter A Travers' b. h. Huckden, by Lord < llfden, dan) conseuuence, 83 lb?., $2,ono; iMcCue.. 4 John n. Harbec k, Jr.'u, ch. g. Cadence, by Ceiinor, <iam Rachel Daw son, 4 years old, 0311f l.&oo dr. Time, 2:40?<(. THE BITTJNO. Hucfcden t liW) 880 40.1 fOO 4'HJ hanfonl MO 420 700 710 000 Mary Louise 133 "05 COO 7oo 800 AiJle Hunt <.i 14B 310 4oo loo TUK KAl'K. saoford w?i Drat ifu^hDjCfinOiJdary V fljEW YORi Louise tNnJ, AlUe Bunt fourth. As the horses ran aroand tbe low*r turn Buckden, Sanford and Marv Louise were parallel, AlUe Hunt a length behind. Aa they passed the three-quarter pole Santord's head was Id front, Maty Lbuhie second, Buckden third, AlUe Hunt fourth, with no daylight between them. The horses ran feat up the homestretch, and as they passed under tne strlug Buckden had the bust of It by a neck, Sauiord second, one length ahead of Allle Hunt, who was two lengths In advance or Mary Louise. There was no change around the upper turn *1111 the exception or Mary Louise railing hack a conpie of lengths. At the quarter pole Allie Hunt, Sanford and Uuckdcn were parallel, l>ut as tliey ran down the backstretch Bnckden's head was in front ol the other two, who were head and head. At the halfmile pole liurkden led half i length, Alllc- Hunt and Sanford neck and neck, two lengths In advance of Mary Louisa. Going around the lower mm the trio again got on even terms ai.d Mary Louise shut up the daylight, it was u most beautiful and exciting race. They passed tbo three-quarter pole with their heads in Un**, and in that way entered the homestretch. When they got into straight work all set to in earnest at their best pace for victory. Mary Louise moved up, wlille Huckden began to ''cut It." Allie Hunt and SanI'ord were under whip and spar, the grav inare closing on them at the furloiw post. Allie and Sanford tben out-paced Mary Louise, and us they passed under the wire Allie Hunt was the winner bv a neck, Sanford second, one lengtli in front of Mary Louise, who was ten lengths ahead of lluckden. Time or tlie mile and a hair, 2:40J?. The ruin tlkdto came down in torrent#, making the track very sloppy uid consequently heavy. . the rumn rack. Prissfe fSCO, for all ages; two miles. 1>. Mcfianlel A Co.'a b. c. Tubman, by War Danco, dam Lass of Sidney, 4 years old; Roe 1 U. P, McCirath's o. m. Susan Ann, by Lexington, dam Koxana, 5 years old; Harper 2 F. M. Hall's b. c. JolinMorrymiiu, by Lugenc, dam La Hose, 4 years old; Lakeland 8 Coilln A Lawrence's b. c. Lochiel, by Bonnie Scotland, dam Bonnet, 4 years old; Hennessey l Time, a :3V%. Til R RVrPINA. Tubman if two 1,450 l.sno 200 Lochlel 4-5 1,205 1,0001 d Susan AllU 100 400 525 5 ? 250 JobiiMvvrymau.ino Ml 4!?j? . * ?=- TllE HACE. ,,i* ' * ' r ' ' *'*" A second shower falling the last race and this one the track wftsvery nuulil/, ami many misgivings were manifested by those who had wfigera laid on tlie fiu'oHfd. The sun, however, hurst out attain boron? the liorsis trt-rc saddled, and the lust l>bol sold was Tubman against the ltckl at 4 to 5. Lochlel was the first to break away when the tlag fell, followed closely by John Merrvman, Tubman and Susan Ann. As lie pawed into the upper turn ' ho was two lengths In front of John Merry- | man, who was half a length ahead of Tubman, the lattor being one length in front of Susan Ana. Lochlel opened the gap, and at the quarter pole was leading four lengths, the others as before. <lo- 1 lng down the backstretch Lochicl was six lengths j in advance of the others, who had not changed i>o sitions, but were running alon^ uudcr steady pulls. | At the hali mile pole Lochlel led lour lengths, the others closing 011 him without changing their positions. Oolug' around the lower turn th..ro was but little dliTeripce; but as the horses passed the three-quart t pole Lochlel led three lengths, the | others head and head. They ran through the mud up the homestretch at a rapid rate, and as tjiey passed under tli3 string Locluel led threo lengtiis, Tubman second, one length ahead of John Merryuiau and Susan Ann, who ran side and side at the time. Tubman then cut loose, and It was not long before he captured Loohlcl and led past the quarter pole hall a length, Lochicl second, four lengths ahead or John Mcrryman and Susan Ann, who were still head and head. (Joing down the backstrctch Tubman tod two length!, Lochicl second, one length in front of Susan Aim, the latter leading John Merryman a lenirth. Tubman was three lengths in front at the half-mile Eoie, the others running with their heads parallel, ochlel now begau to quit, aud Susan Ann took second place. Going around the lower turn Tubmau opened the gap to Ave lengths, but as he turned Into the homestretch Susan Ann was put to the top of her speed, und she gained gradually on him from there to the score. Tubman, however, won the dash by q length, Susan Ann second, three lengths ahead of John JJerryman. who was one length in front of Lochiel. Time of the two miles, 5:39.^, which was remarkable time under the clrcums Lances. the pirrn day's racing. Three raocs will be run to-morrow. Uic first being a harille race, two miles; the second a selling race for two-year-olds, three-quarters of a inlle, ami the third the Sequel Stakes, for three-year-olds, two miles. To give an Idea of the respective qualities of the horses in the minds of the "knowing ones," we append the first pool s ild on each, viz.Hurdle race?Milesian, $80; Lochiel, $60; Tammany, $36; Lobelia, $26; Astronomer, $25. Selling 1<ace?liouncer, $36; Luna, $20; Calvert, $80; Liverpool, $20. The Sequel Stakes?Alarm, $3fli>; Sue Ryder, $46o; Wade Hampton, $010; Bazaine, $200; the Held, $40. TR0TTWG AT 3ARAT0QA. Glen Mitchell, Saratihia, July 17,1*72?Match $aoo mile heats, best three in live. In harness. Mr. Xewland named br. s. Turnbull, by commodore Vunderbill Ill Peter Manee named b. m. Topsy 2 2 2 Colonel 1'lckey named d. g. Kox t 3 dls. 'lime, 2:37?2:36?2:3tJ. the winner. The stallion Turnbull is one or the most beantlful horses on the turf, and his trotting action Is perfection. Should he be placed in charge Of one of our experienced trainers there Is no doubt ho u oold be as last as his sire, who has a record of 2:M. FR0SPECT PARK FAIR GROUNDS Prospect Park Pair Grounds, July IT, 18T2.? Match $300; mile heats, best three in five, to wagon. W. McMahon named gr. m. But terflv 2 2 10 11! II. \Y. Ilowc named blk. m. Nellie.. 1 1 2 c 2 2 tims. Cnmt /..* Unit Wlta First heat #9 1:10* 2:44* Second heat JW* 1:10 3:43* Tnlrd heat 89* i:ia 2:46* Fourth heat 10 1:19 2:47* Fifth heat 40 1:21* 2:62 Sixth heat 42 1:2o* 2:51 Same Day.?Match $500; two miles and repeat, In harness. L. S. Sammls named b. g. George Oillett? 12 1 Tom Jackson named b. g. Mystery 2 12 TIME. Tiro Quarter. n<Hf. Mile. Milts. First he?t 4i 1:20 * 2:40 * 6 25 Second heat 42 1:21* 2 44* 6:20 Third heat 44 1:26 2:60 6:3a* CLEVELAND RACES. Three Rare*, Two Trotting and One Ran* nlnK?Tliomai L. Young Win* the First Race tor $1,000 (Three Minute Horace) In ?s30, '4?'47 and 'ji30 1?si?'The Second Trotting lvacf for n $2,900 Purse Undecided* Rosalind Wins Two Heats Out of Four? Three-quarter Mile Dash for $300, Beat Two in Three Heat*, Won by Regent. Cleveland, Ouio, July 17, 1872. The first day of the summer meeting of the Cleveland Club took place to-day. having been postponed one day owing to the heavy rams of Tuesday. The track was so affected bj the rains that It was not thought proper to disturb it, and the races of Tuesday wero postponed to Wednesday. The track on Wednesday wns not In the very best condition, but by the ex?rtlons of the managers it was got into a state that warranted the CALLING OP THE FIRST RAPE at half-past three o'clock. There was n large at- j temluncc. not less than three thousand people j being present. The tracks are complete In \ every particular, and the club aro doing Mil that can be done to make the meeting pleasant to all attending. The first race j was for trotters that had never beaten three minute*, to harness, best three In five heals, for fl,000. There were fifteen entries, bnt only THIRTEEN 8TAHTED. The number was too largo for a fair start, and took seven attempts before the word "go:' was given. The sorrel gelding, Thomas L. Young, entered hy M. Heigler. of Cincinnati, won the race in three sttaiifhr .Vats. Time, 2:30?2:27? 2:30H- (iood time for three-minute horses. He led the held easily. draco won the second and Elliott the third premiums.. THI; HKt'OYD BACK was for horses that had ncv<>r trotteii In harness In belter time than 2:27. bettf three in live heats, in harness. foi a purse oi Hist premium, fl,2:o; secmd, |C00; third. $4<>o; lourth, $2A0. There were ten entries. In the pools ,Rcd Cloud, bleepv John and Mohawk, Jr., \vere the mvoritcs. j lour heat* were run, win n DAKKNESi) HUCT DOWN all farther operations for the day. a'"' the finishing of the race was postponed to one o'clock Thursday, i when the concluding heat will txk trot.ted. Ke<i : Cloud won the first lieit, Sleepy John the second j and Itoiulind the tlurd and fourth. Hickox diove ! Sleepy Joliu and Dol>!?.> the cldci held the lines over j flic uiare. THE ACTION OF THE t ITT1.E MARE surprised seme of the Oldest patrons o' tnc tnrl, purticularly those who had placed Uielr choice on the favorlto horses. 'ihe excitement at the end of the fourth heat was Intense, an I pool* in her favor went off at a premium. How it will come ont tomorrow is the great question among sporting men. The. time mode lo the rouf heatu wus;-*;^, 2:29X, 220, 226, TO* TirroD RACK wap for running horses, three-fourths of n mile nrd repeat, best two In threq heats, for a purse of *;soo. mere were turtcen entries, ijuiodij *eveu started, J'bS r&ve wua ffrort and UttWllPiL I'uvuia it I : HERALD, THURSDAY, ail his own way. wlnnlw? in two straight heats in the good time <U l :&<!. and 1:23. lie Is a Chicago home, and disappointed aomc or the betting men. TOE BVHNTS KOR TDl'RSDAY. For Thursday there will he a purse of $2,000, ft>r horses that have never beaten 2:20; purse or $l,ooo, lor horses tluit have not trotted better than 2:40, an<i a running race for a purse of *m<>. The weather hut) not betn favorable, but it la hoped no further postponement will be necessary. There Is great interest manifested In the race on Friday, when Goldsmith Maid, Lucy aud American Girl will appear on the track. YACHTING. Sixth Annual and Fifth C ft Ion Krgatta of the liayonn* Yacht ( lull?A Capital Contest?The 'Winner*?The Lee Capsized. The Uayonne Yacht Club held Its sixth annual and fifth union regatta .yesterday off pamrapo, N. J., and the result was one of the moat Interesting series of contests in the nnnala of the organization. As early as nine o'clock the vessels entered for the contest began to wing their way from various directions, up, down ami across the bay to the little hamlet at the entrance to the Kill Von Kull, where the club house Is situated. By noon all the competing yaclita had assembled, and awaited tlio mil tide. The balcony and grounds of the club house and the aiUolnlng premises of the veteran boatmaker and boatsailor, McGlehan, were thronged with the members of the Bnyoune, Brooklyn, Jersey City and other clubs, who, together with their friends, had gathered to give the contesting vessels a ''send off." The day was particularly fine, and, thongli lilt) WIIKI WIIJJ U<Jl BUl'll un WUUiU liU uuoilable lii a contest of our heavier yachting squadrons, it was nevertheless sumclcnt for the light vessels entered for the sport of yesterday. The following the Met of vessels ogjgwfl and which actually starte<f:-?*' PI HOT CLASS SLOOP3. '''J l"*?' V'ultt. tohir. Club. length?Fret. MfctA o. ^Bi'linR Bayiiino i 6i.fO Captalu Joseph EUworth.Bayonne ftl.UO Aadio W. 11. Lnugli'y.. .Hayonno and Brooklyn.64.08 SECOND CLASS SLOOPS. Watson J. H. Els worth.. .Hayonno 3S.OO Qui vivo 0. Clapham Brooklyn fW.07 Mary tt. P. Hill Jersey City 8(1.00 Nutlie B....A. Bush Hayonno 83.00 TIIIHD CLASH 31-OOPS. Meteor A. O. Bush Havonne 28.08 M:iu(l W. E. Morris ....Brooklyn 27.10 Win. T. Lee.C. M. Pelt. Brooklyn 2. .7.00 Jeannotte. II. B. Pearson Bayonno 27.04 Bella N. W. Duryea... Hayonue 27.01 Bhwon T. B. Tlmpaon. ..Jeiwjr t'lty 24.04 PUl'HTil CLASH SLOurS. Edith J. Van Pelt Slapteton 21.0 Dart II. P. Hush L'nl. n 19.10 Cornet C. Kitchcn Jersey City 18.4 The first claws Hloop Kate, Rear Commodore Dllon, Brooklyn Yacht Club; the second class sloops Sophia, Mr. Felt, Brooklyn Yacht Club, and the Undluo, Dr. Vondy, Jersey City Yacht Club, aud tho third class sloop Annie Mac, P. McQiehan, were withdrawn, and took no part in the regatta, being out of trim. The second, third and fourth class sloops got away in most picturesque ntyle aud good order at fourteen minutes past one o'clock, under a fair southwesterly breeze which held them well down to their work. In fact it was just strong enough to throw tho Ulossoin on her beam in such a dangerous way that tor a few seconds it was doubtful whether she would be able to right herself, and the spectators re It assured she would capsize aud sink. She eventually came up, however, and continued In the race. The llrst class sloops started three minutes later, all the vessels carrying a lull complement of canvas. tho only restriction bciug thai the llrst class yachts should not carry any ol their flying kites, without any apparent advantage In the start tho yachts sped away over the following noaari mit'U First Class.?From tlic anchorage off Robin's Roof to uuil around the Southwest Spit, rounding it from northward to eastward, and return .to atakeboat off the Club House. About forty miles* Second Claw.?From tbe anchorage off the Club House to and around the monument on Homer Hhoals, rounding it Iroiu northward to eastward, and return to ptakeboat off the Club House. About thirty-live miles. Third class.?From the anchorage off the Club House to and arotuid I'ort Lafayette, rounding It from northward to eastward, and return, mailing over the course twice. About thirty miles. f\ntrth Class.?From the anchorage off the Club House to ftnu around the Robin's Reef i>noy, rounding it from noithward to eastward, and return, sailing over the course three times. About twenty miles. The following table shows the resnlt In the order of time in which the VMM It rounded the home stakebout:? FIRST CLASS. n. m. s. u. a/. s. Meta 4 43 W Addle 5 40 00 Captain a oi 13 SECOND CLA3S. II M S H% M? S Watson 4 50 30 Nettle B 8 32 y) t^ui vive ? 'hi i-o THIRD CLASS. First Turn. Last Turn. II. M. S. }/. 31. 8. Bella 2 42 30 4 49 43 Maud 2 45 00 4 47 30 W. T. Lee 2 43 30 ? ? ? Meteor 2 4? 40 4 40 26 Jeunnette 2 4# 86 4 48 00 l.lossolll 2 57 00 4 50 CO FOUKTB CLASS. First Titrn. secoiul Turn. Last Turn. II. M. S. U. M. 8. H. M. 8. Part 2 00 00 2 49 30 3 43 80 Comet 2 00 30 2 60 10 3 45 00 Edit!) 2 01 00 2 <6 00 3 49 00 T11F. WINNERS. First Class.?The Captain wan the winner of the Vmon prize on time allowance and Flag Officer's prize without time allowance as Prst yacht in. The Addle won the t'iut) prize by itlty seconds, time allowance. s>i-nini i'Inss.?The Watson won the Union and Flag Officer's prices without ilme allowance, though entitled to several minutes from the Qui Vive. The Nettie H. straggled In after the day's sport was over, and, being tlie second club yaclit in the race, carried the Club prize. TTiiri Class.?The holla was victor for the I'nion and flag officers' prizes on time allowance. Fourth ('less.?The Comet took the Union prize on time allowance by l nun. 3usecs. The Dart wins the Flag Officer's prize, being the first yacht home, regardless of time allowance. The weather throughout the day was very fine, with the exception of a squall and rain storm of hair an hour's duration, which set in about four o'clock. In the course of this event the William T. Lee was capsized about half a mile northeast of Robin's Kec-r Light. Her crew was rescued by : passing vessels and the yacht towed Into safe j quarters. The day's enjoyment was terminated by a trrand ball at the club house in the evening. The officers of the club are as follows Commodore, (!. A. Hellnp: Vicp commodore, H. B. PMraonj Hear commodore, J. W. Llsworth; President, c. C. Hough; Secretary,Charles Woeltje; Treasnrer, J. Watson Elsworth; Measurer, John II. Biswortli; steward, Aug. Mosaer. Judges?C. C. Hough, James Kollston, J. Watson Klsworth, Dr. K. C. Mensch, Charles Atkins, John Aloilct. Yachting Notri. The attempt to raise the yacht Josephine by the steam derrick was unsuccessful. It ts sold her decks were badly damaged, and the raising of her has been put into the hands of the Coast Wrecking Company, who have already commenced operations and expect to have her up aud on the dock In a iinv or two. The schooner yacht Halcyon, N.Y.Y.C., Mr. Smith, sailed from Newport for Huston yesterday morning. The schooner yacht Magic. N.Y.Y.C., Mr. Osgood, arrived at New London yesterday morning, and dropped anchor off the Pequot House. She left New London In the alternoon lor Newport. The schooner ya< ht Tarolinta, N.Y.Y.C., passed through the Narrows y cater day with a party on board. SHIPPING NEWS. Almanac for New York?Thl# Day, SI N AND MOON. I IIKill WATKO. i Sun rlfcs 4 44 I Got. Inland. . .morn 6 09 Sun sets 1 28 I Sandy I Wink, .morn 6 24 Moon sits... morn 2 lfl | JI ell Gate morn 7 64 0< EAN STEAMEK& riTES CV PRVAKTPHK PMOM NFW YORK FOR TUB MONTHS or JVI.Y AND AfUI ST. .' Irtin.cri. j Rnl'. j Jhrhtitilion. j Ojk*. Citv ofWanhlntr'n. 'July 18 Liverpool. IS Broadway. Cil'v ot Montreal.. July an. Liverpool . 115 HroadwnV. Ilt rtiuini) 'nly 20 Hrrim i> 2 Bowline Oreem <'oluui?>ia . Juiy 2U. l<J!a*>:ow.. |7 Howling tlreen Hannover July 23 Bremen a Bowling Green Nehrattk.v July 24 Liverpool 29 Broadway. Ajwvrm. July 24 Glasgow... 7 Bowling C'reen City of BrUtol July 25 Liverpo< I 16 Bromlwny. Citv oi Krtuaula... IJuly 27 Liverpool . |IJ> Broadway. <heante luly 27 ILiverpotl 10 Broadway. St. Laurent 'ulj 27 liavre ... 58 Broadway. W'rsor July 27 Bremen.. 2 Bow ling fircen Miunej'otA July 31 Liverpool a.) Broadway. Republic. .. Aug. 3 Liverpool 13 Broadway. Idaho Aug. 7 . Liverpool 2S Broadway. FOBT OF NT1TV YOKK, JULY 17, 1872. CLEARED. Ptrnm-1dp Fngland (Br). Andrew*. Liverpool via Qui cnntowo? e w J liurat. HtenniKhlp Ptolemy lBr>, Vuxley, Liverpool?Ftuk k JH'TOIII. . _ Uliutnihlp Kiln (Br), La www, London?IT W J llur*! ttyamahlp City yi UtUvtaton. Jonta, New Prlian*-*-'11 Mui.*t> A vtt JULY 13, 1872.?WITH SUP steamship HunUvillo, Crowell, Savannah?Bobt Lowden. Steamship Georgia, Hulmea, Charleston?H R Morgan A ^Mojiinshlp Wamsutta, Pish, Mew Bedford?Ferguson A Bajk Nereid (Br), Cornish, Cork for order*?J W Elwtll 4 Co. Rurk Paganlul (Jtal), Pnissalaequa. Londonderry?A P Agresta. Burk Hcth (Ans), Ptooh, Londonderry?dlocovicb A Co. Bul k Ji uquin de Burreras (tip), Lester, Cudia?S?yiiiour, Mnrti A <'o. Bark Kvancll, Coleord, Buenos Ayroa?John Norton, Jr, A Pons. Brig Dagmar (Nor), Hansen, Corunna?Tetena A Bockin aim. Hrlg Dauutle.'s, Coombs, Alicante?Miller A Honxliton. Hrivt Eastern star, Poster, Demarara?U Trowbridge's Sous. Hri? rhorics A Hoard, Messenger, 8t Johns, PB?W T Woodruff Unn Alice Wood* (Br), Doberty, Port Caledonia, CB? Hency A Parker. Brig Minnehaha (Br), Mitchcll, Halifax, NS?D R De Wolf A Co. Brig Mary Olivia (Br), Poster, Halifax?Crandull, BcrtfllUX >t <'o, Hi Annie Collins (Br), McDonald, Windsor, N8?Crandall. BerteaOX A Co. Brig C M Reynolds (Br), Young, tit John, MB?Jed Pryc A Co. Schr WiPlflre, Bearco, Gloucester, E?B J Wenbcrg. Schr Victor, MaJioney, Para?F (J (iuinarez. Scnr George W Pettis, Galloshaw, Agpinwall?B J Wen berg. Schr E J Palmer, Stevens, Laguayra, Prontcra and Vera Crux? Mollcr A Thicbaud. Schr Bun Bolt (Br), Drake, 8t George, NB?Jod Pryc A Co. Schr Jonas Smith, Hodgklnson, Charleston?Evaus, Ball A t'o. Sthr Ocean Wave, Zehiff. Norfolk?C E Staples A Co. schr W II Benedict, Ellis, Washington, 1)0?Slaght A Petty. Schr Mary Ellen, 1J aw kins, Wathington, DC?Slaght A Petty Scnr 8 A M D Scull, Steelman, Boston?Tupper A Beattie. Schr Motto, James, New Bedford?Porirunon A Wood, Schr Vankoe Doodle, Maluieliy, Providence?Slaght A I'otty. Schr li E Baker, McRoberts, New Haven? Rackett A Bro. Schr Katie, Blatchley, New London?Rnckett A Bro. Schr Thomas J Owen, Simpson, Bridgeport?Way dell A Co. Sloop Harvest. Corwln, Provldencc?H W Jackson A Co. Sloop Vlidil, Chevalier, New Haven. Sloop.las L .Morgan, Kautnna, New Haven. Steamer ("pncOrd, .Voruian, Philadelphia. Steamer Frank, Pierce, Philadelphia. b(cuuor Beverly, Pierce, Philadelphia. , AERIVAtS. RETORTED BY TTIE HERALD STEAM YACIIT3. Steamship Assyria (Br). Smith, Glasgow July 3 and Movillo 4ih. witn mdse and 1M passengers, to Hendeif on Bros. Had westerly winds during the passngo, with foggy weather trom the Ifnnk*. Steamship H. nry Channeoy. Gray, Asplnwall July 7 and Kingston, Ju, Ilith, with miUc uiid passengers, to tho Pacific Mail Steamship Oo. .lulv*, ut 12.45 I'M, lat 12 16 N, Ion 7H 4rt, passed steamship Ocean Queen, hence for Aspinwall; Ifith. at 10:2.1 AM, steamship Rising Star, hence for Asplnwall via Kingston, Ja. Steamship FanitA, Donne, Philadelphia, with mdse, to J Lorlllard! Shin Cissy ;Br). Spencer, Poochow March 22, with teas to B olyphnul A Co. Pns-cd Anjicr April 1(1, Cape of Good Hope May 2f), St Helena June II and crossed tho Equator June 19; had line weather throughout the puisag?; June 11. off St Helena, spoke ship Ivnnhoc, from Bombay tor Havre ; no date, lat 32 24 N, Ion 6M W, bark i uiii.-.i -? mpjirr ii'iiiciw mini r<(mi iiikiyii, viu m neicim, for B iston. The C Is anchored outside the bar. Bork Alert (NO), Ackermau. Hiogc 140 days, with tea, Ac, to Janscn, Schmidt A Piipcrti. Passed Anjicr March 31, Cape of Ooofl Hope May 15, and crossed the Equator Juuc 14, in Ion 32 W; had lb iluys heavy NW Kales and severe liail storms off tin: Cape of flood Hope; since light winds and line weather; July 12, lat 34. Ion 73 30 W, spoke hark Retriever (Br), from Jamaica for London. Brig F.lrdona (Br), Morris, Clst.ata Hay. New Grenada, 22 days. with cedar and mahogany to J I" Whitney A Co. Brig Joseph Clark lot' Walnoboro), Niahl. Brunswick, 'in, *> days, with yellow pine to Dodge A Co; vessel to 8 C Loud A Co. ll.id S\V winds and line weutlur. Brig Belle of the Bay, Noyes, New Londou for Alexandria Vn. fidays, in ballast, to J W Mott. l'ut In this port oil account ol head winds. Schr Tickler (Br), Bouroenr, Rio Janeiro 42 day* with rosewood to Cunningham A Co: vessel to order. Crossed the Equator Juno ?0, hi Ion 38 w, and had light winds and calms. Schr Wm R Knighton, Knighton, Old Providence, June &tth, via CharleMin. SC. July 14th, with mahogany, cocoa nuts. Ac., to Joseph Eneaa. Had fresh 8W winds and line weather. Si hi L siurdevant, Cru?e, Washington, NO, via South Anil ov. where she discharged part of cargo of shingles, loKM Blakclcy. Schr EnrotaJ. Inman. Virginia. Schr John Fcrria, 81 Johns, Georgetown, DO, for Bridgeport Schr Wm H Kenzel, Loper, Georgetown, DO. Schr R E Pecker, Amsbury, Baltimore for Bridgeport Schr Oelmont. Bunker, ol aud from Portland, with lumber, to E A Evans; vessel to waster. Pained Through Hell Gate. BOUND SODTD. Rrlg Memphis (Br), Macomber, Windsor, NS, for New York, with plaster to Crandall, Bcrtoanx A Co. Schr E I' Church, Qltl'ord, Cape Cod for New York, with fish t<i order. Schr Thos E Cahill, Port Jefferson for Ellzahetlvport. Schr Only Bon, Meade, Oardincr for New York, with lumber to 0 E lli.lyeki A Co. Schr Reading lift No 40, Curry, Hartford for Elizabethport Schr Wm J Collycr, Glenwood tor New York. Schr Jehu Randolph, Bobbins, New Bedford for New York. H<;hr Franklin D Eaton, Wilcox, Nantucket for New York, with fish to order, Schr Charley Cobb, Torry, Vlnalhavcn for New York, with .stone lo Bridge Co. Scbr hllza, Hull, Bridgeport for Now inrk. Sclir Victory, Smith, Kturn ford lor New York. Sclir Samuel P Godwin, Wnterbury, Stamford for New York* steamer Electra. Mott, Provldcnco for New York, with Didsc and passenger'. FOUND EAST. Steamship Wamrotta. Klsh. Now York for New Bedford. Brltf Annie Collins (Br), Cocliran, New York for Windsor, NR BrtSN^GrMe^rtr-?'fiTndog. SPA mi!!NKftI.y.i..hlS-W?lf, New York for 8| Oeottfro, NR Schr Nollia (Hn, Andrews. New York tor St John, NB. Schr Annie Bavard (Br), Insham, New York fortHJohn, NB. Schr Morn, Scrlbcr, New York for Halcm. SchrJohn K. Duly, I.onp, Elualwthport for Portsmouth. Schr Palladium. Ryder, Now York for Providcnee. Schr Potter & Hooper, Uoldsmlth, Haveratraw for Providence. s? hr Rlia, Kanimis, New Ynrk for Huntington. Schr T Hcnedlct, Crockett, New York lor Portland. Kchr Henry Cole, Hawkins, Eilzabetnport for Providence. Schr L A ToUeii, Pav, New York for Providence. Krhr Tennessee. tlreen. Klizabetbport for Portsmouth. Kcbr Antelope, Parker. Newark for Windsor, N8. Schr K M Clark, Hayes, New York lor Middletown. Schr K C Smitli, Minis. ftllzabethport for Providence. S hr .1 T Smith, Jones, New V'irk lor Providence. Kchr I.iidv Kilr, Hanerty, Haverstraw lor Bridgeport. Schr Rending Hit No 80, Handy, Philadelphia tor Harwich. Sclir Roanoke, Cook, Amboy for Tannton. Schr K K Packer, Atnesbury, Baltimore for Bridgeport. Schr J H lluiuilton, Hamilton, Ellzalietliport for New Bedford. S< hr Pangnsset, Ilolnic?, Ellzabethport for New Haven. Schr Messenger, l.otig, Klizabethport for Somerset. Schr Amerlciitrchlof, RondoBt for Portsmouth. Scbr K 11 Brazos, Smith, Newburg lor Providence, s. hi Alice Emerv, Butler. Newbnrg for Newport. Schr Esse*. Handy. New York for Cohiifwct. ychr Staten Islander, Ferris, Newbnrg for Someraet. Schr Ocean tjneen, Mott, New York for Orcenport. Schr T Mill, IHII, Hobokcn for Nonvalk. Schr Elizabeth M Smith, Knowlcs, Ellzabethport for Wood's Hole. Schr Plymouth Rock, Parker, Ellznhethport for Boston. Schr J M Bralnard. Beck, New York tor Middletown. Kchr Alexandria. Buckingham, Eliza both port for Boston. Kchr Pallas. Hayes, New York for Rockland. Schr Native, Mead, Ellzabethport for (Ireeuwich. Kchr Blast, Parker, Trenton lor Providence. Kchr Adam Denny. Ucring, Port Johnson for Hartford. Schr Portland. Comold, New York for Windsor, NS. Ucnr Ida. Peering, Elizabethuort for Tannton. Schr Ur Win B Powers, ('rouble, Elizabotbport for New Ilavcn. Sclir Sarali Jane, Porter, Newburg for New Haven. Schr James It Tripp, Ntckorson, New York for Chatham. s? hr Niantlc, Smith, Hobokcn for Tannton. Scbr DAE Kdly, Kelly. Hobokcn for Boston. Schr John Ktroup, Hopkins, Philadelphia for Boston, steamer Electra. Mott. Now York for Providence. Steamer Doris, Young, New York for Providence. BELOW. Bark Priehandcl (NH), from Bremen (by pilot boat J W El well, No 7), SAILED. Steamships Ktigland, for Liverpool; Scotia, do; Nevada, do, frln, l>nnd<in, Britannia, (ilasgow; City or Galveston, New Orleans. AIm) sailed. ships Wellington, Antwerp; Marlanna VI. flibraltar; harks Eber. Limerick; Francetca Cumngli (Ital), Plymouth; Catarina (Mill), Cork; Ocean (NiJ). Bremen; Jonathan Godfrey, Baltimore; Pall** (Bri, Honduras; chasea, Zanzibar; Daniel Draper. Cadiz; llaubet, Stettin; hi I,'* American I'lilon, Trinidad; Louisa (Br), Kingston; Aurora, Liverpool; N'aviisota. Brims wick, Ca ; schr? Warrcu < Nelson, Norlolk ; Isabella Jew ett, Boston; Porto Plata, Wilmington, NO; j W Leo, Little Khb, Harbor; Huow Flake, Virginia The following vessels are anchored off Quarantine, outward bound ?Harks Enterprise, tor Gibraltar; Orient lor Savannah; brig Uagmiir, tor Spain, and schr (iarrett P Wright, lor Haltlniore (.beloie reported called, hut put bu. k). Wind at garnet H, light. marine Diaastrra. ?TE.?;f.?nip Hippmhk, which was wrecked about a year aco on ihi- Florida reel's. *?< got oil and taken to llavana, froni thence to Nor/olk, Va. Stic won towed to l'blluilelpliia dii Ihe li th liy two of the Haker Wrecking Company a tugs, and taken to Cramp's glitpyard tor repairs. Brio IIaiijkp (ol Kingston, Jo). McDonald, from Wilmington, NC, with lumber and shingles, Ik and to Kings ton, Ja, was totally lost or the ;*9th illt off lnagua, at I AM ; captain, crew and oart of cargo saved; former arrived at Kingston, .la, Stli Inst s'ciir A .1 Bknti.kv, which ha-" been aground on Ragged Point fur tin la-t two mouths, busb> 111 (totoiland arrived at Baltimore 16th. An the gtenmer Mnnohnnsett, which piles between New I Red lord and Martha's Vineyard, wag entering Wood's I II. i* on Monday, during a thick log, she was tnrned from lier course a little to avoid a Ashing boat, and In doing so strui k on Hcd I>c4fe, where she remained at last account" She had live or sin hundred pasrenger* on hoard, bound lor Hak Binds, who were transferred to the steamer Martha's Vineyard, which came along from New Bed lord soon alter, and taken to thiir destination. Another steamer wag ?ent from New Bedford to her aasiftnnce, and it wag hoped the might be got off at hlub water on Tuesday morning. Kowky, July IV? The Perseverance, Lauih, from London fot Philadelphia. hag put In to stop a leak. Oporto, July 1?The bark Uermania (Por), from New York, which iva? floated oil the rocks, as before reni rted, it still discharging All tho cargo, with a very Vi Wing exception, will be landed Itl good order The vessel will, it ig tbought, on bfcii.g tnreeuedovcr.be found vciy tnueli damaged. Qvr.nrr, .Inly I5-The bark Oermania, bonnd down, which 'vas reported ?pr< und in the Traverse, arrived In nnrl vin. r/1 iv llinrnlne III low r.f >tpninnr l'i nn.it HTorKnoiM, .Tnno 3&?Th?> VrnKrot* (Nor), flrnm Now York for so<leriil)tc (petroleum). grounded JunaiHonn winlI s.iun haDfc mar Morko, tint g?t off, apparently without nftcr ilhtcharglnit part 01 her cargo. AI1k< rllanrona. Pnraor T W Rock, ot th? uteamsMp Henry CT)aun<-ey, from Aapinwall, will accept onr thanks for promptly for 'ELEMENT,, Brio l F Fostku. lfu ton*, wa* *oid at auction at Saa Francisco 0th lust for U?; Mim of t5,UOOk yairauitniNo.?Mwsrs Hodgkliu 4 Soule, of Bath, have on the atocka a three marted schooner to M called tha white Winy, of MS i<jI)b burden, new measurement, which they will launch In abont two weeks, all rltrged and fitted for mu. Her dimension* are, ISO fret keel, S3 feet beam. 11} . feet hold, is eoppcr and galvanised iron fattened, and will be an Al vesnol for 11 years. She u Intended for the general freighting bu iness, will be couimanded by Capt Oharles H Williams, ot Berkeley, Ma**, and U owned by the bulldcra, the master and other parties in Uont6n and New York. Uavcor. July 16?Tin- steamer Emprror, which was wrecked on Mutinicu* Kock on (he nls'ht ot May 28, and which was afterward* towed up to Jellison's harhor, arrived here In tow or the 0 B Santord this afternoon. The Emperor wa? mid at the underwriters' auction to C harles B Santord, of thin city, for $2,()UU, as It wan very doubtful whether her boilers mid engine were not troue. Upon examination it has t>?'? ii found that though the boilers have been lo-rt the engine remains, and thus a handsome profit will U: made on her. Notice to Alarlnera. Capt Townst nd. of schr Rapiaan, report* that the buoys of ureal Kgg Harbor Inlet have been curried away, marina ii dangerous for Vessels passing In and nut Buoy No 3 ttblfU'd on the liar. buoy No 2 has gone to sea, buoy No 1 ashore on Peek's beach. florina?mmrnoi'su at imvc's roiirr. STjonw's sivkk. Notice in hereby given that a scrcw-pllc lighthoure has bien erected off Dame's Point, st John's River, Florida, the light of which will be exhibited for the first time on or about the Ijth of July, 1^73, and every night thereafter. between sunset and sunrise. This lighthouse, which Is about 12 miles below Jacksonvlllo, stands (ii a shoal about &0 yards In a southwesterly direction from Dante's Point, In eight feet of water, mean tide. There Is a channel on either slcl*?one of which passes clone under Dame's Point, and the i,thcr near the lighthouse on Its Southwest side, uud they unite u short distance above It. The focal plane Is 38 feet above mean tide. The iron work of the foundation Ii painted red and the superstructure white. The illuminating apparatus is a lens of the fifth order, of the system of Freshnel, showing a fixed white light. Illuminating the entire horizon, and can Le seen as : oon as it is opened by Kcddcl'b Point above, and MU1 Cove Point below. ckobgia?mgu-rnocss it st tutor's island, kittrancu to st simon's sound. Notice Is hereby given that the lighthouse jst fit Simon's Island, Ga, has been re-established, and the light will be exhibited en or about the night ot Sept 1,1872, and every night thereafter, between sunset and sunrise. The lighthouse Is located on the north side of Si Simon's Sound, on the southern point of St Simon's Island. It Is a conical brick tower, with a2-sforv keeper's dwelling of brlch attached, both of which will be painted white. Tlie tower is surmounted by a lantern, which will bo palntca black. The Ulunflnntlng apparatus will be a lens of the third order, of the system of FreaneL showing a fixed white light, varied by flashes, alternately red and whlto, th6 interval between the (lashes being one minute. The light Is elevated IU8 feet above mean sea level, Illuminating an arc of 28rf ilea of the horizon, or fVom NE by SunilwtoNWbyN H N. It should be seen In clear w 'atlier from the deck of a vessel, elevated 13 feet above the water, at a distance of 16 nautical miles. The geographical position of tho lighthouse, as shown by tlie Unitued t'oast Survey Chart, Is:?Dat 31 USU3.0J N, Ion 8123 26.1 W. Amelia Island Is distant 28 miles, and bears S >.( W. Tyhee Island light is distant 60 miles, uod hears NN? >412. Shoals extend from a point near the liulithousc. in a SSK direction, about 5>? miles. The bearing* given are magnetic, the variation being 30 5UEU?00). NOKTn SKA?BBLOIUM?XC11KLDE ItlVBR rcKTRAWdl. Alteration in position, Ac, of Blankenberghe Light The Belgium government bus given notice that. from the 1st ol July, 1672, a new Iiulit will be exhibit*il from a lighthouse recently erected W k H half a mile Irani the tort on which tbo present Blaukciiberghc Light Is exhibited. The light will he a fixed white light, elevated 83 feet above hi:;h water, and In clear weather should ho s^on trotn a distance of 12 miles. The illuminating apparatus la dioptric or by lenses, of the third order. The tower, C8 feet high. Is built of stone, octagonal shaped, and surmounts the teener's dwelling. Position, lat 51 18 46 N, Ion 3 07 00 E. Also that from the above dato tl?c light exhibited from the fort will be discontinued. Fixed Light at Knocke i? Also that from the 1st of July, 1873, a light will be exhibited from a lighthouse recently erected on the Dunes, to the northward oi Knocke village. The liuht will be a tlxed white light, elevated 97 fteet above lngli water, and In dear weather should bo seen from a distance of 12 miles. The Illuminating apparatus is dioptric or by lenses, of the third order. The tower. 08 feet high. Is bnllt of stcne, square, and surmounts the keeper's dwelling. Position lat 61 21 19 N, Ion 8 1730 B. Discontinuance of Hejist Light:? Also that from the 1st da? ot July tbo light now exhibited at Heijst will be discontinued. By command of their Loidsliins, OKO HENRY RICHARDS, TTydrograuher. Ilydrographic Office, Admiralty, London, June 18, 1873. Whalemen. Sailed from 3au Francisco 9th, bark Louisa, Slocum, on a cruise. At New London 10th, bark Human, for Desolation, to sail same day. Tr.uchcd at Fayal June 23, bark Ohio, Waldron, of NB. 26bb1s?p oil, which she shipped by the Frcdonla. ('apt Waldron being too sirk to proceed on the voyago, put his mate in charge and went home in the bark I-reuonia. A letter from Capt Manchester, of bark John 1' West, of NB, reports her at Mauritius Mnv 28 (arrived 21th). with 76 bills sp G.V) do wh oil and 4(0 > lbs boue on board. Sid that day for Bourbon. A letter from t;apt Hazard, of bark Pioneer, of NB, at Mauritius, states thai orders had been received for the release ot bis ship, and that he would sail lor home direct. A letter troin on board schr Roswell Kiwi, Fuller, of NB, reports her at Desoladou April 10, with 160 bills wh oil and 2000 lbs bone on board. Spoken?No date, Ac. (by bark J P West, at Mauritius), bark Avola, Bourne, of NB, 100 bbls oil. Spoken. Ship Henry (Br), Jones, from Liverpool tor Now York, July la, 1st 42 20, Ion 66 ao. Bark Caroline Lament, Bowkcr, from Baltlniore for Ourenstown, July 7, off Kinsale. Hark Celeste Clark, Foster, from Liverpool for Boston, July 14, lilt 43 04, Ion tifliZ Bark Dualities* (Br), Furdy. ftw? v""" Vor* n" < ??? ,0B#nrkJEmmXir'Montevideo for Yarmouth, Nfl Inlv 11 l?t .*H lU. lot) lu U). * Hark Kluintono (Br), Widdleton, from Liverpool uMay 14) for Han rranelseo. June 19, lat7 a, Ion 91 W. hri? Oeorgo Downes, trom New York for Demarara, July fi, lat 2S 00, Ion 69 90. Foreign Porte. Alicaktk, June 30? Arrived, Jen Lassen, Sorensen, New Orleans. A.ntwcrp, July *? Sailed, Otpsy. Connor, America. Amstkiidam, July 8?Arrived, Electric, Meyer, Wilmington, Frigate Bird, Van dcr Linpe, 1'luladfltilila. Aspiicwala, June 2ft?Arrived, brigs Jos Mown (Br), Nelson, New York; 26th, Bulear, Balis, Boca del Toro (and sailed Sltli for Porto Hello; 20th, bark Jiuny Bcrte.iux (llr). Matlieson, New York. Sailed 29th, brig Prestissimo, Butler, Clenfuego*. Bpi.tast, July ft? Arrived. Bt Helena, Mann, Pcnsacola. Brixuam. Julv 4?Oil Torbary 3d, Palestine, Grigg, irom London for Now York. Bristol (PUD, July P?Arrived In Rlngroad 6Ui, Solicitor, Ronilno. Irom Philadelphia for Bristol. Hrkmeriiavkn, July 3?Arrived. Lotliatr, Leslie, New Orleans; New York (s), Klughist, New York. Sailed 3<1, Lclpcta is). Jaeger, Baltimore. Ukhuem, July 17?Sailed, steamship Harold Uarfhgcr (Nor). Lund, New York Halcflona. J une 30?Arrived, Audaz, Botez, New Orleans; July 1, Ooce de Jitnlo, Klbers, and Viias.ir, Vila, do, Tlinoteol, Morlstany, Charleston. Sailed June 29, Minerva, Tuboa.la, New Orleans. Borpkacs, July 4?Sailed, Stabat Mater, Bcn:iist, New Orleans. Hoxiiat. June 7?In port ship John C Potter, McClure, lor rice ports. Cakdii-p. July ft?Sailed, I'nanlma. Mlrto, Savannah. Ciiurbourk. June 29?Arrived 111 the roads. a large Am t>hip, bought by the French Transatlantic Co. Dantzio, Juno 20?Arrived, Rudolph Eticl, Otto, New York. Hover, July 4?Off, Henry, Wosaels, from New York lor Bremen, Dkal, July 5?Arrived, 8o? Deo Gloria, Wlcnandt, London tor Boston (and nailed). Dublin, July rt?Arrived, Molly, New York. Fowi'v. July 5?rut In, Perseverance, Lamb, from ILondon lor Philadelphia, to stop a leak. Sailed 4th, Ucin, Smith, Philadelphia; Hnow Flake, Tadd, Mew York. Kalmocth, July fr?Passed the Lizard 8th, yacht En ehantrc>M (NYYC), on a cruise. Falmouth, Ja, July i?Arrived, brig Jlx Frereii (Br), Koenlg, New York. Glasgow, Jnly 4?Arrived, Olympta (c), and Anglia (9), New York. greknoce, July fr?Arrived, McGllvery, Nickels. Mutan zas. Sailed 8th, Geo W Jones, Robinson, Philadelphia. Otl Rathlin If land juurjd, Thomas Duuham, .McLean, trom Glasgow for New York (urgenti, June 20? Sailed, Huifgiero, Rnggiero, New York. tiQTHENBUBo, June 27?Arrived, Vigilant, Lund, New Yorf. <iiBR.it.TAH, Juno 20? Arrived, Eolo, Calny, N?w York (and cleared 29th tv?r Vt nice); Marco. Oamliardella. Yeranova (and clrared 27th Inr New York); 29th, Emilia Clatnpa, Jaecarlno. New Ynrk. Passed 2stli, John Zlttloscn, Wilkinson, from Oette for Bihiioh Ayres. Hastinus, July 4?Off. brig Carolina (Swc), HJostrom, from New York tor Elsiuore lor orders, IIkltoit, Julv S?Arrived. J.muetje, Schrtcr, and Queen ot Scots, Smith, Philadelphia, IIambuko, July 4?Arrived, Thurlngla 00, Nielsen, New York. Cleared 8d, Rauni. Fontell, N#w York. Havrk. July 2?Arrived, Elise & Math lido, Sandcrion, New York ; 3d. Fri<k. Svcnten, Philadelphia. Cleared 3d, St Laurent Cs>, I.emarie. New York. Hi.i.siniiuoiio, June 27?Arrived in the Suund, Rata, Nurdgren. New York tor I'runstadt; 2Vtli, Ilalldan, Danirlson. do for Copenhagt u . Cleared 4th. Aurora, Norborst, Philadelphia. Hojtr. Kon<;, July 14?Arrived, ship Midnight, Rendrlck, New York Arrivtjl previous to Jnly 4, brig Madawaska, Ferole, KutigoonRHavana, July 10?In port, brigs M A Herrera (Br), French, for New York via Sngna; Roacway (llr), McFar lane, tor New York .All Curras. Nichols, for Boston; schr Minrrva (Ur), Burke, lor do; and others. Hai.itax, July 14, 11 t'M?Arrived, steamship Peruvian (Hr> Smith, Baltimore for Liverpool (and sailed lrtth). Kingston. Ja, June 2n?Arrlveil, brig Anna (Br). Kustnus, New \ork (and sailed July 2 for Boston via Savannala Mar); Soth, sclir K l?e Hart, Lnw, tajruayr.i un I -ailed July 2 for New Vork via old liarl">r); July 1, hrig Minnie. Trattb, Thompson, Philadelphia (and sailed 10th on her rsturn via Rlaok Hlver). s.iiled June 16, hrk- Mary E Lcighton, Leighton, Philadelphia via Falmouth. In port July 10, i rlg Ahby Ellen. Uavcnor, from Dar)i n. Oa, arrived 7th, tor New York via Port Morant. Liverpool, Julv 4-Arrived, Crusiiuor, Jeukius, Pcna*cola; Roliert Lees, Rose, New York. Onebee; ships Tonuwanda, Turley, Mobile; Adopt (Br), (iroairt, New Orleans. Sailed 4th, Emma, Unwell, and Union, Johnson, New York, Itottlrr, Taylor, (Jalveston; Vanguard. Kelly, Y#I. parai?>; fitli, Lam a?u r. Bartlett, NViv York (not Moblkj). Cleared -Itli. Km b intrcss. Bodille, Pbiladi Iphl.l; laiey, .Tones, City I'olut; Mount Pleasant, Bogart, King tioorgo'is Hound. KniereJout 4th,W Lenvltt, Leavltt. Bombay; War Spirit, Power, Boston; I.al'a Kookh, Sutherland, Now York; nth, Tecnmncn, Bennett, Bomtiay; Cagtino, Wilson, Cal eutta. Mldns. Illgiriris; Theodora* Christian, Hehwertltte^er, and ('rttradcr, Jenkins, New York;?>nkel, Ilettmycr, Philadelphia ; K< mlworth, Smith, ami Netherton, Karrun, San Kraneiseo; Delaware, CruM. Wilmington. I,oxi>un, Julv I? Arrived, The vjueeu (s\ Thunias, New York (anil ent ont to return). Kntered out 4tli. Helen Campbell, Brook*, for B. niton. Lonixi.idkrrv, .Inly fi?Arrived, Huron, Si John, NB; Dqnlele Mnnln. Rocchl, NcwYork. I,is?on, June 8(1?Balled, Mariana V, Terrolra, Vow York Muxtuo.hk, July 0? arrived, Koamot, Elictscn, Pen?a eola M msKtLLm. July 3? .Sailed, Cattlnn B, Hlrovlcb, Philadelphia ; Sd. serpentina. Vervein. New York. motillk, JiiIv 17?Arrived, iteanuhip California, f'raig, New York for Olasnow. Mt!i.*orHMt, June (^-Arrived predion*, brig Rcrlca (Br), Innls, New York: tiark f'enang, Patten. Boston. Mowtfoo Bay, Julv 5?Arrived, scbr UulieUa, Denulson, Hew York via Ht Anu's Bay. *aHr<l 2d, tchr Sunl>enmt N?w York. MoNTRf *t., July lft-vArrlvwd. aoV Keller, miadcjplUft, ~ *" ZL _ I "mEsSm? Blxxts'-.T, -tXi^T -. I Cleared Mi, Stella (Nor), Philadelphia. . Kiwtout, Jul* 3?Arrived, Paul, Keats, New York. _ H ^ Cleared, 3d, ? roJeu, NulUon, and Thor, Amuiidacn, J?? M ?frw?T, Joly S?Arrived, Helmeatrand, Knler, New Yor*. gKwniwAMc. April 17?Arrived, Lalu. Uitlletl, Hwatow.- H yoaio, July 1?Ofl the bar, Joven Thouut?. from New v^-ou'K July *?Arrived, Nvrophen, Bjornstad, 8v Pillau, Jimp M-Arnved, Belnholdt, Week, New York. H n Arrived, TimauJra, Chapman, Sy<^l 8filled April 3, Mararaa, Nimcn, Ran Francisco H Port Calki>0!?ia, CB (not Llnuan), July a-ln port bar* ! Poliono, Thompson, Irom and for New York; brig* J H Brtuhtman, for New York; Anna, Bartaby, from New i York for Port au Prince i schr Jauies Ford, Uuutley fot New York. 1 H guiKNfTOWir, July 4?Arrived, Semptlce, DegrciorL I New York; 5th, Kraternltaa, Jaeobaen. do; <'ari Von Do- H 1 beln, Stcnroau, Galveston; Chunce. Ohlerlck, New Yorki 1 Nebraska (s), Guard, Liverpool (and tailed for New York>. j P.issed 6th, Koorla Moorla, 01?rlg, from Brui.swlck, Ga. via Halifax for Liverpool (and was off Holyhccd 6th). Arrived at do 17th, utoaniKhlp City of Antwerp (Br), Eynon, New York (and proceeded for Liverpool). 1 Qi kblc. lulv 15?Arrived, steamship Austnun, Brown, Liverpool via Halifax. _ RotTkbdah, July 17?In port gtcanuli'p Violet (Br), to ?all lor New York in n few days. R.incoon, May *4?lu port a'a Id Tlrrell, Morgan; for , Bomb ly. with l ire. I Salonica, June 20?Arrived, Catherine, storer, New. H Btmtix, Ju'y 1?Arrived. Seagull, Coop, Baltimore! Roelflna Cathartn.t, linos. New York. Swinzmundk, July 2?Sailed, Humboldt (?), Arnold, New H York. Sootbaxptok, Julv 11?Arrived, steamship Main, Oter ondorp, New York tor Bremen (and proceeded). St Joum, NB, .lulv 13?Arrived, ?chr Mo< kiiu Bird (Br), H Thompson, New York. Cleared l.Htn, sclirs Martha A ffir); Chan Ht a muie It (Br): Ada (Br), and Briirht Star (Br), New Ytirk. Texjcl, July 3? Sailed, Edward McDonald, Orcenatigb, New York via Ilarilepool. 1'amatavk, April 23?Sailed, hark Marv A Way, Russell (from Now York), Zanzibar (arrived May 8, and sailed 10 22 for Now York). H Vknick, June 28?Arrtvrd, Com Dupont, (iilvey, New York ; 2Uth, Uubinaccl, Scorpati, do. H Watehfoih, July 4?Arrived, Samson, Lutloe, BaltK more ; Orfeo, Questa, Now York. American Porta. J M ALEXANDRIA, July 10?Arrived, schrs Win Allen, an? 1 H Henry Fineh, Jersey City (and both sailed to return); F h Porter, Boston. Below, ship 0 A Farwell, from Boston, to load lor San Frnnctoeo. Sailed?Bri? C W Holt, Now Haven; schr O B McFar-, H land. Providence. BOSTON, Jii!y IS?Arrived, bark Zephyrlne (B/>, John son, Bonaire; s<hrs J O Drew, Carter, Jacksonville; p H Gartsldo. Stanford, Philadelphia; Charles K Jnekson, I Tomlln, do; Kossuth, Thomas, EUcalx-tliport; G L LovelL I Albany; L A Blossom, Chat Held, Rondout. fllcflrod?SffHtiifP-i (lHw\ McTl..TOnii H I Blackntone, HaYlctt, Baltimore; barks Vclorl, ode >7)2 lfwerion, Littleton, NZ; Wlmburn. McPongali, Cow Bayi Geo Kflpon (Br), Foster, nnd Warrior (Br), Kitchen, PIcJ ton ; Bclirs Hello Hardy, linker, and Lottie, Taylor, Phlla. dulphla. ' Hailed? stenmshlns Ileclo, and Blaekstone: ship Sanf Carlos; barks A Houghton, Oeorge Esv.n Aila Carter, and Warrior; brigs Randolph Payson, and Pumice. 17th?Arrived, hark Queen of the North (Br), fittsswell. Table Bay: briif Tempest, Philadelphia. / Also arrived 17th, bark Saga (Br), Garvin, leghorn. / BALTIMORE, July 16?Arrived, hark Morton Stover, Sherman, Si gua; hrigs Adele (Ital), PeRonis, Leghorn; Harry Sedpelcy, Ma'.anzas; schrs A J Btutiey, Robinson, Ragged Point, Potomac River, where she has been ashore; Richard Hill, Smith. New York. Cleared?Sehrs Charles A Muffins, Mcintosh, Ports. mouth, NH; Central America, Roberts, tor Harhaduef via Norfolk. 1 Sailed?Brief Maria, Plipo, I: Tally Tio, Boston. BEAUFORT, BC, July 8?Arrived, brig Surprise, $cot% Baltimore. Cleared 4th, nehra 0 ft T7ecb, Homer, Ntw York; lOtb, Susan Wright, Mount, do. I BATH, July IS?Arrived, brig Harriot F noney, Stacy, Alexandria : ?ehr Ciarihel, Nickewon, Philadelphia. 1 Hailed?fichr John Stookman, Price, RU-hmoml. ( BANOOU, July lft?Arrived, bark Aberdeen, Treat. Searsport; schrs Coclieco, Shepard, New York; Nellie Carr/Lnnsll, Port Johnson. PARIEN, (la, July 10?Arrived, ship Petersen (Nor), Lar? s-cn, Montevideo. I Cleared 9ih, brig Carolino E Kclley, McFarland, Phila* delpbla. CHARLESTON, .Inly 17?Arrlveo, steamship Champlort, Lockwood, New York. Sailed?Steamship South Carolina, Berkett, New York/DIOHTON, July 11?Arrived, gclir M W Mahonv, Anderson, Georgetown. PC. 1 _. PORTRESS MONROE, July 17-Passed In for Rultlmor^ v htfrka Knrtnll Slnvni* ni\A llnncnv lirfrra Adnlii anil narry, from ) Piuaod ont?steamship Maryland; brigs Frauds John, and Conrettina. j GALVESTON, .IdIv &-Cloared, ship Hassam Valley CBrW Robinson, I'eusacola; 10th, brig Salibla, Partridge, Ap*r laotilcola. ' GEORGETOWN, DC, Julv 15?Cleared, schrs Richard Vaux, Weymouth. Mass; EPOramdcn. Providence. u JACKSONVILLE, July 11?Arrived, schr J W Maitland' . Colcord. New York. j NORFOLK, July 15?Arrived, schr A O Oodfrcy, Seara* New York. Below, off He well's Point, bound up, bark Obdulia (Hp), Ferret, from Havana. ' NEYvBuRYPORT, July 19?Arrived, schrs Andrew P?< ters, Honkin?, Rnndout; Nellie Treat, Trim, and Anna May, Baker, Philadelphia; C L Vandervnort, Kelly, Ella?h betnport; John Oerard. Burnt, New York. 14th?Arrived, schr J H Connce. Trim, and Eureka, Mayo, llobokcn; Maryland, Smith, New York; V F Heath, Warren, HoixiKen. NEW BEDFORD, Jnly 16?Sailed, schrs Hasting* Chase, and J M Freeman, Eldrldge, New York. 1 NEWPORT, Julv 16, PM-Arrlvcd, schr* Luna, Wellfc Newburg for Warcham; Phil Sheridan, Murphy. Fall River for New York; Ellon Barnes, Wilcox, Bristol for Eliaabethrort. . Sailed?Schrs Ruth Thomas, Mitchell, Fall River for New York ; Wm Gillum, Murray, Bristol tor do. 16th. P.M?Arrived, schrs David G Floyd, Baker, Fhikh delphia; North Par inc. Eaton, Providence lor ^RTnmoVa" Marraret Jane, Kennedy, do for Hnverstw" "r? .looil Overton, and Patron, Hubbard. rt" "rceni.ort, woop CiJ/ifAVfclY,m.fufv '^Arrived, schr John WenMvorth, Lewis, Jacksonville. _ ? .. . ., , PORT GAMBLE (Oregon), July V-Sa?leci, ship Old Dominion, Morse, Ilong Kong; 8th, Da\jd Uoadley, for ? PASS t AVALLO, July i-Arrlvefl, schrs Gen Grantl New York; 4tli, Ida Lewlt, dp. . _ , J PENSACOLA. Julv IX?Arrived, bark Union, Blanehard,' Key West; hrlir? Ocean Belle, Dleen, Galveston; Long Reach, Blmtr. New York. . . ? A PHILADELPHIA, July 15?Arrived, barks Brunswick. True, Turk's Island; Ellen Stevens, Dyer, Portland ;bri?i Natrona (Br), Rohcrtcon, tvigtut; H R Gove, Harknesf,' sierra Morena: schrs Charlotte Jameson. Jameson, Wind* sor, NS; 0 P Gerrish. Armstrong, St John, NB? | Ida May, Drlsko, Wlndior. NS; Lottie Ameaj n'nAa*A. ri...ll.n..nn. T? If BHaTinrvti Ttillr a Rnttunf i M K Smith, Smith, do; S C fihirtVi. Banks, do! D Doran, Jarvis, do: P P Keller, Kenncy, do :Getty?3 burg, Luther, ilo; J fi Detwilcr, Grace ,do; T T TanKeri Allen, do: J D lluddell. Long, do; E M Fox, Cose, Green port: Marietta Hand, Holland, Hrookhavcn; M J Rdssell, Smith, Lynn; Fanny Hanmer. Brooks, Nantu<ket; DB Watson, wells, liniuor; H Mc.Maneiny, Novell, Kraintreet I L C Hickman, Robinson, Boston; L B wing, Pteeltnan,* I Beverly; West Wind, Tracy, Pall River; Jesse MurdockJ I Christie, Wareham; Sophie Wilson, Walls, Somerset; Y 9 C'olton, steelman. Uoiton; W 8 Doughtcn, Tatem. do. i Cleared?Hteam?hlp Panther, Mills, Boston; barkLD Stocker, Tiler, do: brles Richmond, Powers, Cardcnal; 1'ralrie Rose, Griffin, Portland; fcIits Ouantio (Br), Day, Trinidad dc Cuba A O Paige, Haley, Hal cm : S E W Simmons. Williams, Boston; Jesse B Smith. Williams, dot R II Shannon, Dilk*, do: L A Wing, Steelman. Beverly j,' LC Hickuian. RoMnson, Boston: 8 Mcilcnamv, Nowell,. Providence : Sophia Wilsou, Walls, Nepon?ct: West Wind.' Traccy. Bristol. HI; Frank B Colton. Steelman, Boston f W 8 Ooughteu, Tatem, Newport; Thos Burden, Allen, Fall River. , Lew us, July 16, AM?Passed In 16th, bark Ernelia, front Liverpool. * . PORTLAND, July 1ft? Arrived, bark Mary M Bird, Pack \ ard, Boston: brig Lucy W Snow, 11 all, Windsor, N8, fof Philadelphia; LS Lindsey. Hamilton, New York; Bramhall, Hamilton, St George ror New York. Ck-ared?Schr Eva May, Andrews, Georgetown, DO, vV* New Bedford ; J P Eaton, Pool. New York. i Ifith?Arrived, brig Aluion Rowell, Athorton, Philadelphia. PORTSMOUTII, Nil, July 12?Arrived, schrs Vick?bnrg, Hlggins, Georgetown; D Talbot, Ainsburg, Philadelphia) J M FlUpatrlck, Smith, do. PROVIDENCE, July id?Arrived, schri Alexander Young, Jones, Alexandria: Julien Nelson, Cavalier, Philadelphia: Mnses Williamson, Lake, do; B F Woolsey, Par* ker, EliiabeUiport for Pawtuckct; New Regains, Hallook,' Port John?on : sloop Deception, Titui). Sontfi Rlvfr. NJ. Sailed?Schrs Wm Mason, Georgetown, DCi Slisrprpes/ Trcv, Ilaverstraw; Sharp Shooter, Clark, do; J ?) Felt Nickerson, Mlnquas Ueaney, J J Harris, Tludson. Samuel N Smith. Connc ry, E S Tyler, Smith, Cynthia Jane, Oar-diner. SIIor Rrainard. Bucll, and Saran Clark, Griflln. New York: I<ebanon, Wall, New York or Calais; Elm City, Kidd, Cold Spring; sloop Fred Browu, Thrtuhcr, New York. >, PAWTUOKET, July 16?ArHved, schrs Rallle M Evan*,' Tice. South Am'xiy; h F Woolsey, Parker, ElizubHhport. Sailed?Srhrs A Trudell, flcao, Philadelphia; Loon. Raiford. Netf York. RICHMOND, .inly 15?Arrived, stoamshlp Old Dominion, Bourne, New York. 3AN FRANCISCO, July 9?flailed, bark Moonbeam. Field, Callao. , ' SAVANNAH, July 17?Arrived, steamship San Jacinto, baxard. New York ; brig Nellie Antrim. New York. * Sailed?Steamship Leo, Dearborn. New York. , SALEM, July l.%?Arrived, schrs Four Sisters, Sheerer,. Georgetown, DC: Anna Lvons, Grant, Alexandria; Alcyone, Davis, and Mary r Hudson, Vauglian, Philadelphia; Wm Giilum, Mehaffcy, South Ainbov; John, Kelly, Ellzabethport; Orion, Usborn, and Fannie Edith, Ryder, Rondont. i, STONINOTON, July lfl-Arrlved, schrs Richard Law,. Eldred. Philadelphia; l?r Franklin, Wcehawken; J (J Havens, Ilallock, Kiver Head. VINEYARD HAVEN, July 18?Arrived, brig Florence J Henderson, Port Johnson for Boiton; schrs Z Steelman, F St Clair Edwards, and Artie Garwood, Philadelphia for Boeton; J P Wvinan, Jacksonville fur do; campiieU, Baltimore for do: M M Knowlcs, Port Johnson for do; Maria Fross.do for Portsmouth) Mary R Somers, I'hila-, delpbia foruo; Annie K, New York for Ilillsboro; Jamea Henry, do for C^mdon: Caroline Knight, do for Dennysviile; Harriet Fuller, Teaser, lfnnnle West- . 1 brook, Portland for New York; Waltor C Hall, i tlAftklfiiid if ip i] .! I'ft'irnv llil Iilnnit fftr iIa I Alice Oakcs, Gardiner lor do; Addle L Perkins, Bangor I for do; J V Wellington and Rachel P Miller, Honton for Philadelphia; Ilnrmona, Belfast for Rondont; Hector, 4 Richmond, Me, for I'ity Point, Vr; J M Morale*, Boston for Wilmington, NC; Florence Mayo, Rockland for Klchmond. > Sailed?Brig Ame lia Emma; ?chri Bertha Bonder, R Closson, E D Finney, Ben Borland, OA Ilayden, Maggie t i < tmimlns Grace Wc!>stor, Carroll, Willie Prrry. Hurrr Percy, Hope, L A Burllngame, A lleaU.n, M id n ft lit, A D Henderson, J Cadvallader, Lyra, Convoy, Nellie Po?, 1 Marietta Tilton, Floreir-e Mayo, punn.v Iih, Mary Ella, I J I* Wyrann, Rachel s Miller, Honest Abe, Tea.?cr, llannie Westbrook, Campbell, F 8t Clair Edwards, Artie (iar^ ! wood, QCorge Edwin and Ocean Belle. I 17th?Arrived, schrs I.aura RoMnson, Woodtirldge, NJ, for Cbclsea; Planter, do for Boston; Dlone, Beaufort, HO, ! tor do; Vi H Prentice, Ell/.abethport for Portsmouth ; Memento, Plymouth for New York; Bva II Lewis, Annlsquani for Ellzalx'thport. Sailed?All vesue. bound east WILMINGTON, NC, July IS?Arrived, hark Ler.na (Br), i Edraondson, Galveston; brig Loopoldlne (No\ Ilaesloop, Philadelphia. Below, !>ark Amazon iBrj. McDonald, I'roitt Bristol; brW Meteor (Mor), Hoist, from West UartlepooL < Cleared? steamship Kegulator, Freeman, New York. Hl?CllLtAll?OD?. Absolute divorces legally obtained fro* the cc?rt~ ol different States. No publicity. Advlco l'reo. Notary Public and Commissioner forevery Phite. F. I KINO, Counsellor at-Law. M'. Broadway. IIIERALtTBRANCII OFFICE. BROOKLYN, cornor ot Fulton avenue and Boeruni street. Open flrom S A. M. U> 6 I'. M. t A hflOliUTB DIYOBCRS LEGALLY OBTAINED FROM A courts of different States; legal everywhere; desert tlon, Ac., snitielent cause; no publicity required; nocharge until divorce grantcn; advice Iree. M. HOUSE, Attorney, Broadway. _ Bargains in team, coffees, grocebier ani* Provtaions, warranted to i<nit the palates and th? pocket*ot' th?million. TUCMah It. aonkw, aw arwnwkU?tft?V Mev *<?* t' . ?