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A MODEM ROBINSON CRUSOE,
Another Story of the Perils of the Sea. TheEilraordinary Adventures of a Shipwrecked, Crew in the Sooth Shetland Islands. The Five Sailors of the Franklin Abandoned to Their Fate* Discovery of King, the Sole Survivor. His Solitary Life/ in th?e I Antarctic Se?B. By the arrival of the schooner; Nfle, at New Lon don , from her cruise to the South Shetland lolaAdB, situated in the AnUrhc regions, where sheibas been engaged in the capture of BcalB for th-a; English market, we are placed in possession cf rthc following tacts, relating how live of the c tern of the vessel Franklin passed the winter on ' ?ne of these ice-bound isles, and how only one of them survives to tell the story ol their terrible ^offerings. The name of the survivor 1b James A. King, a boat atecrer, aged thirty-four years, a unlive of this city, where his wife, sister and a brother employed in the Firo Department are now living. He himself Ib expected here within a few weeks, having remained behind at Pernambuco (where the Kile, the vessel which rescued him, put In for fresh.pro visions on her voyage home) to re cover his health in the genial atmosphere of a southern climate. in the year 18T1 the schooner Franklin, Captain Holmes, leit New London aB one of the pioneer ves sels from that port to engage in the seal fishery st the South Shetland Islands, which are situated at about. u?n days' sail to the southward of Cape Horn, in latitude 64. After an uneventful voyage of four months the vessel arrived at its destination. The following day the Captain ordered a boat's crew of live men, under the orders of James A. King, boat steerer, to proceed to the shore and commence killing seals at window Island, off which place the vessel was anchored. In the boat were placed provisions for Beven days and a big club for each of the men, with which to Kill the seals by hitting them on the head. Captain Holmes' In structions were? ""Kill all you can, and we will be back for you within a week." The FRANKLIN ? then sailed away, and the men commenced slaugh tering all the seals tney could find, and so success ful were they that at the expiration of the fifth day they had killed and skinned 4,out) seals, comprising whips (the males), klapmatches (the females) and pnps. When these skins were piled on the rocks ready for shipment the seal crop was lound to be exhausted, and the men, alter holding a consulta tion, resolved, with their remaining provisions, to set out for St. George's island, which is situated in the Immediate vicinity of window Island, where they would carry on the war against the seals. King wrote, before leaving, with a piece of chalk en a small piece of board, "WE HAVE LEFT FOR ST. GEORGE'S ISLAND. call for us there." The rich booty of seal skins was left on the beach, and the party departed for the island, where Its members safely arrived and com menced operations. Meanwhile the Franklin returned from a cruise to Livingstone Island (where It had made a large haul of seals) to Window Island, expecting to find her five men there, take them on board aud sail for borne. A l?oat was accordingly sent asharo to bring them on board, but, of course, they were in visible; but after travelling a considerable distance ?long the rugged shore the pile of sealskins was discovered by the crew, and also the notice written bv King. to the effect that the party had lert the Inland. By this time the weather was Incoming boisterous and coldv and itJragi?5P1^ >R^w?re take all the sealskins on board ship, 1 hey were, consequently, abandoned, aud the Iraukllu pro dded to St. George's Island in quest of the miss Ing men, who, the Captain judged, if not.relieved, would soon perish. For several days the vessel ?erulsed in tne vicinity of the island, the Captain constantly studying it with his glass, but in vain, to see if he could perceive any sign or human life. This group of islands is totally uninhabited, and It is only from the middle ol January until the mid dle ?f March that the so-called Summer reigns. Nothing could be seen of the boat or of the met, tout in spite of this puns were tired constantly, log .borns were blown, and at night rockets were sent liip: trot no response ol any kind caine from the whore, and the Captain or the Franklin, seeiug the ?futility or his o-florta, was forced to abandon the jiicn to their fate, and sailed for home. No boat twas sen*, ashore ON ACCOUNT OF THE BREAKERS %ad the-ice whlcii hail already formed. After a tough pa. sage the Franklin arrived at New bo n *. kou, and tue loss ol her live men was duly r broniclexl in the Hekald. C IN AUGUST LAST YEAH tt bew London sealing fleet left lor the South SMt i.. *,! IslauLs, and it was mutually agreed that the J.'!. stainsof the vessels should <lo all in their I,, fcscover what hac become of the five lost luc". t'i the lurk Nile, commanded by Captain Wil v. came to an anchorage oil rotter's Cove at. Iv urf'* the Captain mid a number or l is SS . vent aahore to t?ee what had happened to the Sp,, The Captain expected, owing to the tright 1,1 of this region ot perpetual snow andit-e, ?hut i 01 ,nem wouil1 alive. 1 KiMI IrtiCOTiBRKU IN A 1111. wall UOB along the beach lor some distance the U iiart v were astonished to lind a small SEE, \ hut, n'om which projected a stovepipe, ? at u Li jut two ships' lengths irom the door was pnsls d op?*n. aiul. ju a corner ?V?hp'ni ?? a mail, witn a l'. ng red beard and mat ?id hnlr JWitx lound last asJeep. His clothing con t^r'r' s-'alskius. on hi- leer. for a substitute ? ^ oes were ' i-enrnin sat dais." made by remov ingthe ??V of t'?s animal u? 1 u.dng the okln and lea'.hers o. KlS0>a pjjlitbbance. jnmc- IU v tail, a boat steerer of the Nile, who ?i^iu thto' Citv vesterday at the Whal/nnen's imMterv. a spipptug office situated on south ilia'''' t"?' following statement to a HER ALU reporter^iui -Jav'taiu Morris, the proprietor ot the ^'MrfcTamoog tUe first who discovered King's hut. it wan mail*' of ,boards. leathered aud grofrved, niaced there by tHk's vessel Kt aaels Allen, in (,asc " ?^t be needed r.o erect the hut mr the saUore ^ho might be detained ashore duriag the seaung Z>a*on The boards and a stove were found by tUe STvTmen ami they iBUceeded, atter considerate Sifflcnftv Ingetttng.all in place. WelL we woae r. Kint'whl-fU soiled to see ns thai he coul-t -5' a-..uk He ha.d been without a (Ire for sev ^Sf.VsS SndW 1" ? somewhat benumbed con ^Swe wStredt^Hve'Sfcu peHc'an flesh and some srv^asr-'si.'ffwjuasy i tfUna The ooid WHS-'JOtCIUM? ID $pite Cl the JSiflowW?Vwbumocfwai blubber. We man uUose account or tiuif dnrcng the year which ^havV^sldhCTe. and knew that Summer had TOiMwnby its being warn, our baling cup from-our boat was very usenil. KOm DWf KTKD BV His COMPANIONS. About a fortnight ago, as neaijy as I esfi out.'' said King, "three of my mates took tlie boa* and sat^ tjtey were going back t? Window to'Mid <teie ofoui ?>rlgUiai nunioer of tlve I had forgotten to say, a Portugese from the Cape de Verde inlands had dk-U from weakness aud irosti>.'tes BeTeral'niontEis ba:k and we burled htm in the Knew near the sea. The three survivors lnclutked TownsendL the thlrc1 mate, who was a native ?of HhmnecocV. Leng Island, and was the head ot tine movement In bjwakiug up our hut estatdlshuieut. 1 remonstrsted with him and told him it would be Awtuihness to lea?'e aru-r undergoing such priva tions toeether. an.i rhtU we had better fight it out Jo u?e eml 1 also state>J that if they leit me I ) ?hiiiiM be wltboot any ttr". as the mate Had the i Sniy mn^aSd ?eel among the party, and we had i T,?tT!15rk1 OF THE FAKTY MJ9T IN THE BREAKEES. Hn??v?r the* left, an-i I l?*r>'>ed them to ianuch ? iSi'l" oow ???? "*? ... .J wj]ich the men had passed their dreary i U m therefore to be concluded that tlte men ^JVJe^\irownedin the breakers and never reached EH>OW--W*^-iwJ|.op, TnR aRAL pistTKRIES. >? i. Mncr'ted tDRt the seals are now almost en It IS Ttyur hooth Shetland Islands, and *ars I.inst elapse before any fnrther expeditK'M Iks' ./iCJit o?t irom the tnited Ctatce. WEATHER EEPOET. War DWAWmwr, ) UFFTCl or TBI CBIBF SlflNAL OfFICTO, J Waboinuton, D. C., May 11?1 A. M. J Probabilities. '"For the Middle SUtes and lower lakes low urometer, high temperature, southeasterly to ' southwesterly winds, partly cloudy and clearing weather, with possibly occasional local rains; for Canada and New England falling barometer, gener ally cloudy weather and high temperature; for Tennessee, the Gulf and South Atlantic States northwesterly and southwesterly winds, generally clear, warm weather and rising barometer; for the Ohio Valley and Missouri and northwestward to Michigan and Iowa partly cloudy and clear weather, with higher temperature. Keports are missing from the upper lakes, the Northwest and Oregon. The Weather In This City Yesterday. The following record will show the changes in the temperature for the past twenty-four hours in com parison with the corresponding day of lost year, as indicated by the thermometer at Hudnut's Phar macy, Herald Building:? 1872. 1873. 1872. 1873. 3 A. M 09 40 3 P. M 04 GO 6 A. M 67 48 6 P. M 91 57 9 A. M 82 49 9 P. M 74 53 12 M 87 64 12 P. M 00 49 Average temperature yesterday 52 ; Average temperature lor corresponding date last year 78 Average temperature for corresponding week last year 60 4-7 Average temperature for past week 52 5-7 SCOTCH COLONISTS. Arrival of the Emlgrantl from Klnear dlneahtre for the New Stone Haven Colony. St. JonN, N. B., May 10, 1873. The steamer Castalia, of the Anchor line, arrived here this morning with 560 Scotch Immigrants. They were welcomed by the St. Andrew's Society and leading citizens, and their chairman made a happy speech in reply. They are of a superior class, and bring a great deal of money. They go into log houses on the Upper St. John, prepared by the government, which has expended $20,000 on the schemfe. Tne colony is called New Stone Haven, in memory of their old homes in Kincar dineshire. Part of them went up the river in a steamer to Frederlcton this morning, Caot. Brown, the leader, being of the number. They were heartily received and entertained by Governor Wilmot and the citizens. The remainder of the party will go up on Monday. ' H0VA SCOTIA. 8we?riB| In of the New Lieutenant Governor. Halipax, May 10,1873. Hon. James Howe was sworn in as Lieutenant Governor this forenoon by Sir William Young, Chief Justice. He appeared In a plain suit, accompanied by his sons and a lew,personal friends. There was no ostentatious display. The Council chamber was tilled with citizens. THE PITTSBUSQ FLEE. lilat of the Companies Having Insurance on the Novelty Work* of Pittsburg. Pittsburg, Pa., May ID, 1873. There is an insurance on the Novelty Works of Messrs. Moorehead A Co., destroyed by Are last night, of $85,000. The followlug is a list of the com panies in which the insurance is placed Howard, New York $5,000 Commercial Union, Luiulou 2,M0 Republic, New York. 2,MX) Fire Association, Philadelphia 20,0<X) Uueen, of England 5,U(N) Herman American, Now York 5,(XX) Continental, New York 2,5(10 Hoffman, New York 2,5(K) Hanover, New York. 2,500 Niagara, New York 2,5<X) National, Philadelphia 2.609 Weslcliester, New York 2,.'i(X) Etna, llarttord 2,?i0 Etna. New York 2.5IX) Orient, New York 2,?X) Alps, Erie. 2,500 Standard, New York 2,500 Gormania. New YoJk Amazou, Cincinnati 2,5ix> Ulrard, Philadelphia 2,500 Armenia 2,500 Birmingham 2,500 German Federal, Pittsburg 2.500 Enterprise, Pittxbnrg 2,500 National Pittsburg 2,fld0 Citizens, Pittsburg 2,500 THE CINCIHHATI MUSICAL FESTIVAL. Cincinnati, May 10.1873. The musical festival closed this afternoon with a a matinee in which all who had previously en gaged in tho exercises appeared. Over .1,000 per sons were present, and the interest was well main tained to the last. The programme was mainly made up of selections from compositions previ ously rendered. "Scenes from Orpheus" was re peated, and the exercises closed with the llrst lour parts of Dettlngen's "To Deuin,'' the last notes of the festival being those to which are set the words "The Cherubim and Seraphim contlnu j ally do cry." the chorus, orchestra and organ all 1 being employed. During the intermission this afternoon Mr. Thomas called the chorus together und made some remarks, in which he specially thanked them for the achievement that had been won. The success, he said, was more important than most of them supposed. This was due to their enthusiasm and Intelligence, without which they could not have succeeded, Under the circumstances he re garded what they had accomplished as unparalleled. THE GOODRICH MI8TERY. Another arrest has been effected by the police In connection with this notorious case. The party at present in custody is one James Tighe, alias Pat Tighe, an individual well known to the police of Brooklyn. An anonymous despatch was sent to the officers engaged In the case last week. In which it was stated that the watch of the de ceased was seen in possession of the prisoner, and that lin could impart information about the mur der. Acting npon this information, Tlghe was arrested on Friday evening ny Captain Byrnes, of the Fifteenth precinct. The inquest will be re sumed on Wednesday evening. NEW YORK CITY. The police arrested 1,768 persons in the city last week. Marshal Hart Issued 325 permits last wet k. yield Ing a revenue of $1,118 75. There were 509 deaths, i!0 marrlagea^3G7 births and 43 still births in the city last week. The Chamberlain reports taxes paid In last week, $100,038 31; Interest on taxes, $7,000 U; Croton water rents, $40,250. Fire Marshal McSpedon reports 23 fires for the past week, upon which the estimated loss Is $13,(V>0 and the insurance $105,400. The anniversary exhibition of the New York In stitution for the Blind, consisting of vacal and in strumental mnslc and literary exercises, will be < held May 14, at Steinway liall, commencing at I eight o'clock. i It may be of interest to the 30,000 military boys Inhabiting the First, Second. Third, Fourth, Fifth. | Sixth, Seventh, Eighth and Fourteenth wards to i know that Congressman Roberts will give his 1 appointment to the vacant cadetship to the yonth who shall pass the best examination, mental and i physical, before Henry Kiddle, Superintendent of ? Schools, at the oitlce of the Board of Education, vcomer of Grand and Elm streets, on the 15th inst. Commissioner Van Nort, of the Department of Public Works, make? the following report of public moneys received by that Department during the w?*k ending yesterday For water rent $Sf,.r>% For vault permits i,s0i> Kor Sewer Dermlts 270 For vitrltied pipes sold to contractors 42S Total $39,104 The Charlestown Cadets, fT*m Bunker Hill City, Hiss., commanded by CaptAln Frank W. Pray, in tdhd visiting tills city In June next, leaving Boston on the evening of the 17th, und will be accompa nied bv Gllmore's Full Band. P. S. Gilmore leading As lhe Cadets aro known to be one of the beat rilled and most efficient corps in the State Militia M.issachusetts, their visit to our city wtll no (?<s ubt be very pleasant. They are to be.rertHved mvi entertained bv detachments irom the Twsttty *eu)ud ami Seventy-first regiments. A-tfolfl medal has been presented to Captain Q.'? M. \V.alkcr. formerly ol the steamship Albermarle, now of the Old Dominion, by Captain Rodney itvrkeT. who formerly commanded the Harry Con rad, a /ehoonor, which was lost off Cape May on the 5th of March, 1S72. Captain Walker saved a boat's bwi <?f the Harry Conrad, eight in number, and C&ptMU Parker haspreHonted the gold medal us u tokJjp of his gratitude. The "Ufr Having Benevolent AMOciation" did not think the rescuing of the crew wy worthy of being rewarded by a medal, )>ut captain Parker was of a different opin ion, andjic iiM medal made at bis oway.x jam* . I THE GALLOWS IN JEESEY. Inigi Lntignani, the Italian Wife Mur derer, Endeavoring to Anticipate Hia Execution by Starring Himaelf to Death?Preparation! for the Closing Scene In the Tragedy. Lulgl Luslgnani, the Italian wife murderer, who 18 10 be executed next Thursday, at Morrlstown, N. J., had for the past few days been indulging In a series of strange pranks. His latest one is pecu liarly strange, lie has announced ills intention to starve to death before the day of execution comes on; and, with this object in view, he on Friday morning refused to eat, and has since maintained the same insme resolution. When it was an nounced to him on Tuesday evening that he would not be likely to get a commutation of sentence he received the news quietly, though he was notice ably chagrined at the unlooked-ior news. On Wednesday morning he was visited in his cell and told that all hope must be aban doned, as the Conrt of Pardons had refused to interfere and had directed that the sentence be carried into effect. Luslgnani replied to the rec ommendation to prepare for death by a burst of furiaus swearing, in which he consigned to eternal perdition the Judge, jury and the public prose cutor, whom he accuses of conspiring to take away his life. | He states that when he visited Dover ho had no intention to take his wife's life. He went with the sole purpose of reclaiming her and rescuing her Irom the life she was leading. He says that when he was living with nis wile in New Yors he was vilely treated by her; tuut she refused to cook his meals, visited low beer houses, went with other men and made herself generally disagreeable. Notwithstanding tiiis treatment, he savs that he loved her so dearly that he was willing to overlook her faults and take her back to his bosom, eveu when she deserted him for IIAK10TTI, TilK ITAMAN SIIOKMAKI'.K. When he went to Dover he says that his conduct was peaceiul as it was possible 10 Imagine, but that he was received with curses and reproaches by Johanna, Ills wife. While lie was speaking to her he was hit with a hammer behliid the ear and at the same time stabbed with a knife in the abdo men, and he then became so uncontrollable that he snatched the knife from the hand of the woman and plunged it In her heart. A furious straggle then ensued between Bariottl and he, and be remembers no more until he found himself a prisoner. He says that Harlotti, whom he never mentions without cursing, perjured himself on the trial, and by his evidence swore away his (Lusignani's) life. When speaking of Bariottl he sometimes becomes so excited that he turns from his slender Knglish to his native Italian and ex hausts himself in swearing. When asked about the knifo with which the murder was committed, he solemnly declared that up to the moment he entered Harlottl's shop In Dover he had never Been it. He has. however, told a different tale to a gen tleman with whom he conversed some time since. He fcald to this gentleman that the knife was his. and that he had procured It on the ship In which he came from Italy. While coming ont on the ship he says that he paid considerable attention to a yonng cousin of Ills friend Massolinl. This enraged the latter so much tha^t he borrowed a Knife from a sailor and threat ened to stab Luslgnanl, but the trouble was ad justed and Luslgnanl got the knife. He says that his trial was extremely unfair, and that there was NO JUSTICE IN JERSRY, although most people believe that there is a little too much of It in the lar-lamed State. He thinks that the Judge aud the Jury were leagued attaint him, and that he had no chance of escape. The Governor, he says, is a good man, and he prays for him night and (lay. He ex presses no anxiety about a future world, saying that he was not afraid to go to hell, and rather liked it, as he would have an opportunity to get revenge upon those who had injured him during life. He braved death lor six months in Garibaldi's army, and no was not afraid or It now, although he would prefer it in some other way than by hanging. He thinks that the manner of his death would injure his friends in Italy, as they would be pointed out as tlrt relatives of the man who was lianged in America. During the past few days Luslgnani has not un usually nervous and excited, and he clutches at his throat with Ills fingers whenever he speaks 01 his approaching' end. As stated belore, lie refused to eat the food set before him by the Sheriff, but lie constantly asks tor tea and iOiine wine, and will drink as much 01 the latter as he is permitted to have. He says that nothing pleases him better than to have people come ill and talk to him. A great many persons are admitted into the cell by the Sheriff, but an unaccountable antipathy is manifested by that worthy oitlclal agrainsi mem bers of the press. Stories have been in circulation in Morristown that lie has attempted to dig a hole through his eell, but this rumor is without founda tion. It is Impossible for him to escape, although no watch is set upon liiiu, as iu the cases of Foster and Nixou. Preparations for the closing scene in the tragedy are being rapidly made aud everything is nearly reudy. The scaffold will be erected and the hole for the drop-weights dng out on Tuesday. Every precaution is to be used to make the execution as private as possible. It will take place in the Court House yard, which is surrounded by a high wooden wall iu the rear and at the sides. In the iront the Court House screens it from view towards the street. It would, however, be possible to obtain a sight of the dread proceedings irom the adjoiniug housetops; and, to prevent this, a large number of special constables and a company of soldiers will surround the Court House at all points. The scaffold will be iu sight of Lusiguani all day on Wednesday, as it will be im mediately In front of his cell window. Notwith standing his asssrtlons that be will take no food, It is prooahle that sufficient nourishment will be forced upon hlin to keep him alive until the morn ing of execution. THE "PERMIT FRAUDS. The Excltemrnt Yesterday Over the Kcrrlnl ioim Mxlf?The Signature llroktr !*ot Vet Oiitovrrrd. Further investigations yesterday made into the alleged illegal use of Aldermen's and Assistant Al dermen's names to the application for permits show that the business has been very loosely car ducted ; but there Is no positive evidence that any Alderman or Assistant Alderman profited to the amount o( one cent in t|ie charges made for their signatures. Their only error seems to have been the giving of verbal permission to clerks to sign their names to applications, when tlio law dis tinctly provides that the signatures of the Alder man and the Assistant Alderman of the district in which the applicant does business shall be attached. The discovery of these illegal | signatures led to inquiries, when Mr. Weiss dis 1 covered that a number had paid money In room I .No. 10 City Hail for the signatures of Assistant Aldermen, but how many hail done so it is impossi ble to discover. Among those who, It is admitted, paid money are C. F. ilrugurermann, hi Greenwich street; O. Muller, M West Fi:ty-fourth street, and ltiley Carr, s-J John street. An examination of the applications clearly shows that some very poor imitator has been practising upon some of the signatures oi -tlie City Fathers, and It is believed that more than one lias lorged the same signature. For instance, the reporter found Alderman Flanagan's name spelled "Flauu gan," "Flanugan'' ami "Flaiiugn," and Assistant Alderman Foley's written various ways. Some of the Imitations are very good, however, ant. vary but little from the genuine names. When It Is stated that the fees from permits in the month ?! May often reach as high as f30,(KK), and that the charge made for signatures In aoine Itwt&uces Is as large as the fee charged In tlu- Bureau of Permits, it will J>e quickly seen that the business of signing the names of the Citv Fathers fc>r a consideration can be made quite profitable to the gentlemen engaged In the tdguature brokerage. The publication of yesterday created great surprise to Aldermen aud Assistant Aldermen, and Mr. Foley was especially annoyed at the unjustified use ot his name. He cons qijcntly posted the following notice over a desk in Clerk Maioney's ortlce Ntrrtc'K.?All per-'ons hsrlnu application! to be signed by Assistant Alderman Foley wlU [ill-Me endorse the miiih' and leave tnem on lbl.? desk. U*_t * lor Mitniinx the Mine are Mondays uml Thursday*. Those tilgned uu Mutitlav can he but] nller one o'clock P M. Clerk Maloney, of the Assistant Aldermen, yen terday called upon the Mayor and assured him that he leh satisfied 110 clerk under Inui hud partici pated in the signing 01 signatures on permits or charging for the same, and asked that the persons 1 who had paid money for signatures l<e requested I to point out the person who procured it. This he j requested that the clerks may be vindicated. i THE BALTIMORE MPRDKRERtf. Bai.timork. May 10, 1873. A special despatch from Annapolis this m?rnlng says that when Holluhau was brought into Court 1 this morning, on being asked if he had anything 1 to say, he denied being guilty of the murder of 1 Mrs. Lampcy, or that he had ever seen her, assert ing positively that the detective* had sworir. falsely. Judne Miller then sentenced Hollahan to> is- haiiged at such tune as should be appointed by Governor Whyte. X/ie case ol Nicholson will go the Court of Ap peals on a bill of exceptions. ARSON, MURDER AND SUICIDE Pnii.AfXKLruiA. Pa., May 10,1873. Jerry White, residing In a tenement house, at 466 Now Market street, this evening set tire to bed ding on tbe premises, cut the throat of an unknown woman 1a boarder), and then cut his own throat, from which both died. The flames *cro snbdaod bcloic any great progress wan joade. THE LIBERAL CLUB. The Literal Club met last evening to pass resolu tions or respect and sympathy to the memory or the late John Stuart Mill. About thirty men and wo men were present, and the portrait or the deceased philosopher on the desk was garlanded by hand some bouquets. Mr. J. K. H. Wilcox offered the fol lowing resolutions, which were adopted:? Whereas the time ha* come wben we iniMt submit to lone forever from the roll or the Liberal Club the hon ored, loved and tamed nume of John Stuart Mill, whose career ha* been cloKeil by death. And whereas we desire to place on record Rome ex pression or our leclings that may testily somewhat of our respect for the thinker and regard for the man; therefore, be It Resolved, That by the death o( John Stuart Mill the New York Liberal Club has lont one of It* most valued member*, a man who*e breadth of research, capacity of generalization, equilibrium of judgment, kindliness of teelimr. purity of life and earnest desire lor the good ol humanity gave to hi* whole career a eonsls tent nobility of purpose, discreetness of action and large nem of r<'*uit that Justly made him world-renowned. Resolved, That we value especially tho magnificent stand for liber y of thought and speech, both for others and lor himself, which he made throughout lite, lie wa< in effect one ot the fathers and founders ol this t'lub. whose mem ber* are united In support of that principle alone, and in paying to hi* memory the last worldly honor we express the belief that the effect of hi* teaching* in tliia regard is immortal. Keiiolved, That these resolutions be placed on the mln ntes or the Club, and that a copy be forwarded to the daughter of our deceased associate. SHIPPING NEWS. Almanac for New York?This Day. SUN AND MOON. HIGH WATER. Sunrises 4 47 Gov. Island...inorn 7 28 Sunsets 7 Ofi Sandv Hook..morn 6 43 Moon sets.. ..morn 4 26 Hell (late mom ? 13 OCEAN STEAMERS. PATES OR DEPARTURE FROM NEW YORK FOR THE MONTH OF MAY. Stramrrn. | Gut In. | OoHnatiun. | Office. Nevada...; i May 14.. I Liverpool.. 129 Broad wa v. New York City of Bristol... Hainmonla Weser * Washington City of Brooklyn.. Canada Anglla Wyoming America City oi Washlng'n iiolsatia May 14 May 15.. May 15.. May 17.. Mav 17.. May 17.. May 17.. May 17.. May 21.. May 21.. May 22.. .Mav 22.. Eurona I Mav 24.. Adriatic. Spain Donau ... Idaho. May 24 May 24. May 24.. May 28.. Bremen Liverpool.. Hamburg.. Bremen.... Havre Liverpool.. Liverpool.. Glasgow.... Liverttool.. Bremen Liverpool.. Hamburg. 2 Bowling Green Ift Broadway. 61 Broadway. 2 Rowling Greeu 5* Broadway. 15 Bi odd way. fid Broadwav. 7 Bowling Green 211 Broadwav 2 Bowling (Irecn 15 Broadway. 61 Broadway. Glasgow.... 17 Bowling Oreen l.iverpool. Li verpool. Bremen... Liverpool. Hi Broadway. 69 Broadwav 2 Bowling Oreen 29 Broadway Silesia. IMay 29.. I Hamburg.. 161 Broadway. PORT OF NEW YORK, MAY 10, 1873. CLEARED. Steamship Rgypt (Br), Grogan, Liverpool via Queens town-F W J Hurst. Steamship Abyssinia (Br). Haines. Liverpool viaQueens towu?C O Francklyn. Steamship Rhein (NO), Meyer, Bremen via Southamp ton?Oelrlchs A Co. steamship Colon, Mriftln. Aspinwall?Pacific Mall Steamship Co. Steamship Lagos (Br), Regan, Havana?Pim, Forwood A Co. Steamship City of Houston, Deerlng, Galveston via Key West.?C H Mallory A Co. Steamship Cortes, Kemble, New Orleans?Clark A Sea man. Steamship San Salvador, Nickerson, Savannah?W R Garrison. Steamship Huntsvillc, Crowell, Savannah?Robt Low den. Steamship Manhattiul, Woodhull, Charleston?II R Mor gan A Co. Steamship Old Dominion, Walker, Norfolk, City Point and Richmond?Old Dominion Steamship Co Steamship E U Knight, Johnson, Georgetown, DC?O B Merrick. Steamship Fanita, Doane, Philadelphia?Lorillard Steamship Co. StcumshlnNcreus. Bearse. Boston?II F Dimock. Steamship Wamsutta, Fish, New Bedford?Ferguson A Wood. Ship Napoleon III (Nor), Norman, London?Fundi, Edye A Co, Ship W J Hatfield (Br), Churchill, Brotnen-rBoyd A Hlncken. Bark Caroline (Nor), Jensen, Lubec?Tetcns A Bock mann. Bark Eliza Bars* (Br), Vcsey, Hamilton (Bermuda)? Middleton A Co. Brig Anable Antonio (Sp). Murncld, Cadiz or Barcelona ?K Pulg A Co. Brig John Wesley, Ford, Galveston?M S McMahan. Schr A L Putnam, West, Baracoa?B J Wenberg. ScbrAzelda A Laura, Mcludoe, Baracoa?B J Wen berg. Schr Crown Point, Taylor, Harbor Island?B J Wen berg. Schr R J Leonard (Br), Bradley, St John, NB?P I Ne vlus A Son. Schr M L 8t Pierre (Br), Haley, St John, NB?P I Ne vtus A Son. Schr Humming Bird (Br), Williams, St John, NB-P I Nevius A Son. Schr David Ames, Ames, Fernandiua? H P Brown A Co. Schr M L Wedmore, Terry, Washington, NC?Zophar Mill*. Schr Flying Scud, Owens, Richmond, Va?Slaglit A Petty. Sclir M M Pole. Stratton, Boston?II W Loud A Co. Schr Dart, Williams, Stamford?Stamford Manufactur ing Do. Sloop Apollo, Decatur, New Haven?Rackett A Bro. ARRIVALS. REPORTED BY TtJE HERALD STEAM YACHTS AND HERALD W1IITESTONK TELEGRAPH LINK. Steamship Weser (Oer). Wllligerod, Bremen April 24 and Southampton 27th, with md*c and 75) passenger* to Oelrlchs A Co. Ilail *trong NW wind* and heavy sea from SW to the Banks; thence to port tine weather and light winds. May 7, 4 AM, lat 43 ?0, Ion SUM, passed steamship Mosel. hence tor Bremen; 5:30 AM, a Cunard steamship, bound east; 9th, bark Margaret Evans (Br), from Antwerp tor Philadelphia. Steamship Anglla (Br). Small, Glasgow and Movllle April 27, with indse and G5i> passenger* to Henderson Bro*. Experienced strong westerly gales to the Banks; thence moderate N winds and fine weather; .May 8, lat 44 51, Ion 46 41, passed ship Pembroke Castle (Br), hence for Liverpool; 9th, 2no iniles east of Sandy Hook, passed an Inman line steamship, bound east; same day, ISO miles east of do, a National line steamship, do. Steamship Vlckshurg, Rudolf, Matanzas May S, with sugar to the New York and West India Steamship Co. Had strong easterly wind* and rough sea the last 4 days. Was detained outside of Sandv Hook 21 hours by a dense Steamship George Cromwell, Clapp, New Orleans Mny 1 with mdsc and passengers to Clark A Seaman. 6th inst, off .In niter, passed brigs Bonita, of St John, NB; Navasota. of Boston, and Atnogintas, and bark Don Jose, of Havana, all bound north; 8th, 75 miles south ot Cape Hatteras, spoke brig Don Quixote, from Trinidad tor New York, same evening passed a Lorillard steamship, with foremast gone, bound south; 9th, at noon, 125 miles north ofCape Hatteras, passed steamships <'itv of Ha vana, hence for Havana, and Magnolia, hence for Sa vannah. Steamship South Carolina, Beckett. Charleston May 7, with mdse and passengers to H K Morgan A Co. Ship s F Hersey (of Searsport, Me), Small, Ic|iil<juc 111) days, with nitrate of soda, to order; vessel to Carver A Barnes. Passed Cape Horn Feb 18; crossed the Kouator ! April 11. In Ion 38; had moderate weather throughout; March 15, lat Zl 10, Ion !'.2 04. spoke ship Astrel iBr), trim I Mexico for Falmouth, K; 17th, lat 2132, loll 31 40. hark , Young Eagle (Br), from Sagna for yueenstown; 23d, lat I 17 40, Ion 2S, bark Eliza Merry (Br), from Newcastle tor 1 Buenos Ayres. i llark Johannes (Oer), Ihhler, Bremen 30 davs, with 1 mdse and i?2 passeng -rs, to II Koop A Co. Had one lurth undone death among the passengers; took the middle I passage, and lia.l strong easterly winds to Ion 40; thence . to tho Banks strong westerly winds; thence 9 days, with , light easterly winds; April 22, lat 4.'< 5), Ion 42 30, sig nalled a Norwegian hark, steering west, showing 4tn gennatit. No 1,972; May 8, lat 40 20, Ion 67 59, a Norwegian ark. showing 4tli pennant. No 4,026, from Swansea tor I New York. Hark Thor (Nor). Karlsen, Bergen 45 davs, in ballast to | master. Bark Haakon Ilaakonson (Nor), Myer, Stavangcr, 32 i davs. In ballast, to master. Made the'northern passage, j and had variable weather; has been 14 days w ol the Banks. The 11 H Is anchored at the Southwe>t Spit tor orders. j Bark Posledon (Nor), IPnudsell, Amsterdam 43 days, ? with m<l.so to master. Bark President Von Blumenthnl (Oer), Schwartz, Bor deaux March I. with mdse to master. Bark Alaska. Poller, Messina 58 days, with fruit to Lawrence, Gl!e? A Co. Bark J L Pendergast (ol Quebec), Bates, Rio Janeiro. 45 days, with coffee to Pendergast Bros A Co, crossed the Equator April 17, In Ion 42 VV, had moderate weather; April 15, lat 1 24 S, ion 39 10, spoke hark Traveler, from Baltimore for Rio Janeiro. Bark Wavelet (ot Barbados). Chrlstopherscn, Rio Ja neiro: 52 davs, with coffee, to Pendergast Bros A Co. Crossed the Equator April 19. ill Ion 44; had rough wea ther to the Ki|iiator, thence variable weather. April 16, lat 0034, Ion 4.! 31 w. spoke bark Wessten (Nor) irom Buenos Avres lor Barbados, 49 days out. Brig Kmnm Dean (l)utcb), Atkinson, Curacoa April 26, with salt, wood and skins to Then Foulke. Brig Kepeal (of Yarmouth, NS), Rose St Pierre.. Mart 13 davs, with sugar to Jonas Phillips; had fine weather up to lat 31; from thence fresh NK winds. Schr I 11 Walnwright Ahrams, Boston, in ballast, to master. Is bound to Philadelphia, but put Into this port to repair damage", navlng at 1 AM 8th Inst. Fire Island bearing NW about is miles, been run Into hv a stennuT, supposed the Pennsylvania, hence for Olaseow. striking the schooner forward of the forechalns on the starboard liile, cutting through the plankshear and one plr.nk ho lov It, breaking inalnboom and jibbnom; the steamer did not wait to ascertain the injury done. J*aaacd Through Hell Gate. BOUND SOCTH. Brig Manzanilla, Benson, Windsor, NS, for New York, i IQdiw, with plaster to Crandall. Ilertaux A Co. I Sch'r Abide S Oases. Ryder. Burks Harbor tor Phlla f <Jelphla, with granite to order. hchr Copy, True worthy. Surry for New York, with I staves to J O Hall. ' Sclir EUza, Hall, Bridgeport for New York. Schr Success, Richards, Providence for Rondont. Schr J Anderson, Johnson. Providence fur New York. Schr W 11 Doren, Golden. Providence for New Yora. Mehr Bonny Ives, WhitaKer, Providence for .'?w York. Sieamqr F.fc?otra, Molt, Providence tor New Yora, wtt!i mdM and passenger*. BOUND EAST. Hteaashlp Tallapoosa (US supply), Lieut McKitchle, New York for Boston. Steamship Kereus. Bearse. New York for Bn?f/?*. Steamship Wamsutta. Fisn. New Yurk lor New BedforJ. Schr A Pharo, Bingham. New York tor Providence. Schr Thoiu/is B Smith Bowman, Port-rtilinson lor New Bedford. Hchr Helen Mar, Ward, Hoboken for Providence. Schr Breeze. Bartlett, Trenton for New Bedford. Nchr Lucy Church, Ryder. Hoboken lor Pawtocket Schr Jame* Parker, Jr, Kelly, lioboRen for Pawturket. fichr Veranda, Pond, New York for Providence. B< hr Kate Scranton. Peltner, New York lor Providence, helir Amelia, Terry, Ne w York tor Providence. Nchr Boston, Fisher, Poughkeepsie for Boston. schf J H Young. Barrett Hol>oken for Pawturket 8chr Kstelle. Curtl*. Kllzabethport for Providence. Schr Kfiantic, Paddleford, New York for Taunton. Hchr 1>/ Berry. Walton. Elisabeth port for Providenco. Schr K ? Bralnard. Hull, Rondout for Cohasset Schr J Barrett. Nickerson, New York for Boston. Hchr John .tockford, Hatch, Hoboken for Providence. Bohr J M Ua*0a. Ar??y. *? W XvUnr Naw Loutkofi. Schr Adele Felicia, Elliott, New Schr J Goo.lapeed. Warren, New ;ur w Schr .1 M Itauer, Hail, New York lor llarUord. Schr Pavilion, barker, Port ?,0,^ku/1"rQ^?ort. Rrhr G L Daboll Kaekett. New York for ureenporc. &hrA.ntaJb3."i Nuller.New' *>?* Schr J Willard, Smith, New'York for K^Wrer Kchr Geo W Middle ton. Shannon. Hoboken lor rrovi 'leHchr (i A Hay den, Green, Romlout for Borton. fohr R s Dean. Macomber, Hobokeni for ?all River. Schr Klin Cltv. KldJ, New York for H?rtford. . Schr J J Wortbingtou, Terry, New York, for rrovi dC8chr Sarah A Falconcr, Wilson, Elizabethport for Provi des1fhr George W Rogers, Strong. New York lor New Lon ?8chr John Com*tock, Heaney, New York for New Lon Schr Hannah E Brown. Sackett, Haver straw for Paw Bclir George P Kane, Peterson, Albany for Bridgeport Schr Belli I'ock, Aver.v, Port Johnson for Norwich. Schr Eclipse, Dixon, New York tor New Bedford. Schr Horizon, beet. Elizabeth port for Providence. Schr Ann Hole, Bunce. New York for Providence Kchr M A Predmore, Sherman, Elizabethport for Provi dence. Schr Ben Bolt (Br), Drake, New York for New Haven. Schr Cynthia Jane, Gardiner, New York for Provi dence. Schr Seaport, Blocum, New "ork for Pall River. Kchr Hudson. Staplln, New York for New London. Schr Texas. Goblin, Roudout tor New London. Schr Cetacean, Nason, Elizabethport for Boston. Schr Amos Brigg.n Knapp, Ilaverstraw for Pawtueket. Sc'ir E Waterman, Steclman, Rondout lor Nantucket. schr Anna B Jacobs, Jones, New York for Plymouth. Schr Highland. Chase, Haverstraw lor Providence. Schr E L Thompson, Hull, New York for Providence. Steamer Thetis, Gale, N"W York lor Providence. Steamer Albatross, Davis. New York lor Kali River. Hkrald Tei.kgraph Station, i , Whitkstonk, May 10, 1873. 1 The following table shows the number of vessels which passed thin station during the week ending May 10:? inward bound. Steamships. 11 Schooner*. 255 Brigs * 270 Total in OUTWARD BOUND. Steamships 12 Brigs Barks 1 Schooners. ?"? Total 299 BELOW. Bark Alice Boy (of Halifax). Donglass, from Rotterdam March 39. (Whs spoken May 9, 28U miles E ol Randy Hook, by pilot boat Hope, No 1.) BAILED. Steamships Abyssinia, for Liverpool; Oceanic, do; Egypt, do; City of Montreal, do; Rheln. Bremen .Vic_to ns, Glasgow; Colon, Aspinwall! Lagos, Havana; t'ltj ol Houston. Galveston via Key West; Sherman, New Or leans; Cortes, do; lluntsville, Savannah; San Bal^dor, do; Manhattan, Charleston; Old Itoml^n, Richmond, Ac; E C Knight, Georgetown, DC; Fatuta, Philadelphia. Wind at sunset ESE, light' Marine Disasters. Bark Oiaf Nickslssn (Nor), from Philadelphia for Cronstadt, was bolow Ledge Lightship 9th inst return ing, with loss of anchors and chains. Bark Scno, at Philadelphia May 9 from Messina, had bad weather on the passage; lost three topsail yards and split sails. Schr TitLtiKAn. Harding, at Charleston 7th inrt from Bermuda, reports at 2:40 AM 7tli, Cape Romaln bearing W, distant 20 miles, night dark and stormy, wind HE, was run Into bv an unknown steamer, taking cutwatcr, bowsprit and all attached, ripping up the lorecastle derit, knight head, carrying away the maintopmast. springing the Yoremasthead, anil had jib and outer jib taken away. Hailed the steamer, but received no answer, she keep ing on her course, and declining to give hor name or stopping to learn what damage had heen done. The cap tain had his leg seriously initired by the giving away ot the eye-bolt of the boom tackle. Schr Tot, before reported ashore on the shoal* inside Masonboro Inlet has gone to pieces. The lumber with which she was partially loaded has nearly all been saved, and the balance will probably be recovered. I Scur Mountain I.ausxl, Langlcy, from Calais tor Prov idence, was towed Into Rockland, ii? date gi ven, full ot water, having been ashore at Deer Isle Jsd ult A three-masted schr, loaded and bound up, was ashore at Lower Cedar Point, Potomac Rtvor, on tho 8th inst London, April 28?The owners of the Thorwaldsen state that according to last advices, that steamer was con sidered a wreck. Ourknstown, April 27-Tntf Win E Putnam. Pitta, from Liverpool for New Orleans (wit), has out in here leaky and with loss ot sails. Siiiklds, April 28?Yesterday morning, about 3 o'clock, it was discovered that a tire had broken out on board the ship Kdinund Kayo, from Pennacola, lying at Smitb 9 Buoys. The flames wefe soon extinguished by the crew, damage having been done only to galley house and to boat*. ? Miscellaneous. Purser Bomhoff; of the steamship Wescr, from Bremen and Southampton, will please accept our thanks for lavor*. Purser John Mathleson, of the steamship Anglia, from Glasgow, will Accept our thanks for favors. The purser ol the steamship South Carolina, from Charleston, has our thanks for favors. Spoken. Ship Indian Merchant (Br), Mills, from Boston for Cape Town, April 6, lat 13 18 N, lon SS 51 W. Foreign Ports. Bristol, B. May &?Sailed, steamship Lapland (Br), for Ne^v York Cardiff,* May 8-Sailcd, steamship Pembroke (Br). Wil liams, New York. . ? _ . T Caibarien. April 29?Sailed, bark Fannie 11 Lorlng, Lo r' Flumitnfi)?M ay 9? Arrived, ship Ouardian, Ames, New Orleans for Antwerp. Phu. Havre, May 9?Arrived, ship Robena, Daggett, Phila (,?iVavana, May 9?Arrived, ? steamship Leo, Dearborn, New York via Nassau (and was ordered Into quarantine, but was released in the evening and allowed to come up '"h'alif'ax! May 7?Cleared, brig Cre*cent (Br). Noison, ^Qdbsi?*t'own. May 6? Arrived, bark Crown Jewel (Br), ^'sailed 9th, steamship City of Antwerp (Br), Brooks <%"IuTHAMrToNj>'May'9, 6rpM-Arrlved, steamship Balti more (Ger), Lilienheim, Baltimore for Bremen (and pro CBSt JoiiK, NB, May S-Arrived. ship Algoma (Br), Curry. New York. IPkr Stkasshif Wi:*rR.| Arkndal, April 16?Arrived, Progress, Olscn, New YAnjikr, March 14?Passed, Adclia Carleton, Carleton. from Horn? Koiuc tor New York. Hokdeaux, April 26?sailed, Hilda, Olsen, Now York, Bkkmiriiavkn, April 24?Sailed, Northern Queen, Dol Broitwkrsuavbn, April 25?Sailed, Oerhard, Klamp, N u7i.noa!* April 20?Arrivod, Jose y Maria a Rosa, Fer "Sia! "Starch" 19?Sailed. Ellen Good speed, Preble. ^Cardiff, April 26?Arrived, Annie M Smull, Packer, HEnured ont 25th, Sabino, Paine, and Thoma* Lord, Whitmore, Rio Janeiro. .. _ ? _ ('Anns, April 21?Arrived, Aguedlta, Fenez, New Or 1CSafied 20th, Fraternlta, Jacohsen, Boston; Hudson, I Vuugban, New York.t cartiiaoena, April 23?Sailed, Escort, Bake*, Swansea Ci'Xhavfn, April 2ft?Arrived, Holsatia (s), Barends. New York for Hamburg Dual April 2^?Arrived, New World, Champion, New York lor London; City ol Amoy, Swan, SaD Francisco lor I do (and both sailed). , , , Arrivod 27th, Percy. Juul, l'ensacola for Lonijon (anil ^Dublin, April 28?Arrived, Cort Adler, New York. Falmouth, no date?Off, Axel, Bergstrom. from New York tor Stockholm. Arrived 2sth. Fire Queen, Hiunliton, San Francisco; Hattic E Tapley, Tapley, Valparaiso. Off the Lizard 27th, W inchester, Arnold, fromsan Fran cisco via Qucenswwn for . Glasgow, April W-Salled, Assyria (s), New York; Cas taiia (si, St John, SB. Ufnoa, April 24?Arrived. Emma, Card. New Vork. Oibraltar, April 11?Arrived, Ethan Allen. Hardy, Boston; E Miller, Parker. New York. (JiRdKNTi, April Id-Sailed, Arnu nla, Cosmo. New York Havrk, April 26?Cleared, W L Burroughs, Nichols, ^Salled'iwith. Marela Grecnleaf, Poole, Key West; 26th, J P Wheeler, Jenkins, Cardiff and Singapore. Hfi.voft, April 26?Cleared, Jehu Bunyan. Gilmore. N lTvkrpool, April 26?Arrived. Rti??la (s). Cook, New York: l<ord Clyde (g), Urquhart, Boston (and both en tered out to return); Springbok, Hlohm. do; Dllharne, Bisset. New Oilcans; 27th, Giant's ('ausewav. Walters, do- Calcutta. Patching, St John, NB; France (s\ Thomp son, New Vork ; Miss<iuri (s), Mnthas, New Orleans. Sailed -'6th, Rebecca. Cetcovlch. New York; Screamer. Hall. Philadelphia; S Vaughan, Shaw, St Thoma* Cleared 2tith, Memory, Belize; chrvsollte (*). Wallace. New Orleans^ Southern Cross, Hughes, San Francisco; Laura 11. Merrlam, Matanzas. _ _ Entered out 26th, Chesapeake (s), Fisher, for Boston , Iv.inhoc, Phillips, MotiU-video via Cardiff; Semlramis, Gerrish. New York ; St Louis (?), Robert*. New Orleans via Corunna and Havana. _ ? . _ . off Great Ormesheail 24th, Nelson, Wall*, from Llver ^?offVhc'*l>ar Sflthl'conntc** of Duffcrln, McGonagle. from Liverpool for Baltimore. _ London, April 26?Arrived, Devana, Thompson, New YlLiMrRiCK, April 2(S-Sailcd, Diana. Bersacel, New York Minnu ^noHoiHiii, April 2t>?Arrived, \ ale of Uoon. Cart n"itwcASTLif,0Aprll26?Cleared, A OVlnge.Ob.cn. New ^ Nevfort, April 25? Sailed, Vermont, Richardson, Rio Jl,Entered out 2.1th, Eulalla. Berg-trom, fof New York. OrKKH?Tow?f, April 27?Arrlv?Ml, poke of Argyll, Mc* L#ean San Francisco; 28tli, Lima, KHerbrock, do. Putin 27th, Wm E Piitnam. Pitts, from Liverpool Tor NScii?Lr!,"Aprl?"w?Sailed. Ellphalet Grcely, Ilalcrow W^'iSrfcfteu-. ona. Jenseo, New York, Swinbnc'xdS, April 3ft?Arrived, Alien, Kaetelholdt, n|antand*R, April 21?Arrived, Sunrise, Rolg, New Or "stkthn, April 23?Arrived, Wilhelin Foss, Thorsen, ^Thikstk, April 2S?Sailed, S Anna A Maria, Siarita, New ^ork" American Ports. ALEXANDRIA, May 8?Arrived, srhrs Mnrv Kilo, Windsor NS ; Annie Lock wood. ICIwooU Doron. and E H Hurnes ^ew Haven. SalleA?Schr Mary A Tyler, Boston. K'?SION. Mav 9?Arrived, schrs Dolly Varden, Allen, St Augustine; Maggie Mulvev, Allen Savannah; Hnttle N (Jove, Merchant, and Flora M Crowley, Crowley, Balti more ; Richard Vaugli, Barrett, an.I M Steelman, Steel man Philadelphia ; Irffotiia, Hall, Rondoot. Cleared ? Hrlg D F Brown (fin. F.hlridre, Wilmington. Nc,; schr ('has F Heyer. Poiaad, Georgetown, DC. Also cleared, bark Viking (llr), McAtilay, Brunswick, Oa ; schr Ruth N Atwood. Kelly. Port Antonio, Jn Nothing sailed. The harks Nereid, and Eudora, out ward bound, remained at anchor in the Koads at nunset. BALTIMORE, May 9?Arrived, harks Chasseur (Nor). ThrontS'n, Ardrwwan, Svalen (Nor), Boe, l^indonderry Cleared?Steamer Wm Crane, llowe?, Boston via Nor folk; barks Acacia, Ruhlnnon, Matan/n . Matiel (Br), Fin iayson, Caledonia, CB; s?;Iip? Bonny Boat, Kelly, Bos ton ; John K Shaw. <Vix, Hoboken; Rhode Holmes, -i'arter. do: barge S F Prince, New Haven, . Sailed?Steamer Ganges, Liverpool ; bark Tlmster, ljon dnrderry, Village BeUe, do; Circassian, Bio Janeiro; hrig Luch W Snow, St Tlioina*i Almon Bowell, o*' '"baAGOR, May 7?Cleared?*chr Julia A Blch, Carlton, bath1,,May 9?Arrived, schr Potomac, C*fv?r, Wil> BlBftoBi BKLFA8T, April 90-8alled. sehrs Nellie. French, Act *onville; Mav l, Abbv Gale, Went, New iork; 7th, James Wall. Grover, Charleston. . ? CHARLESTON. May 10?Arrived, steamship Georgia* Crowell, New York. , Sailed?Bteainabip Champion, Loclrwood. New York. CALAIS. May 6?Cleared, scUr Etta May, Dtz, New York. ELLSWORTH, May 7?Cleared, schr Earl, Cunningham, New York. _ EAST PORT, May 1?Cleared, schr Torpedo, Fanning, New York. 4th?Cleared, Mbr Marv J Adams, Gilchrist, Ataaa E^OARTOWN, May 7?Arrived, schrs Ida LHoward, Williams, Port Johnson for Portland; Effle Symoilds, Harrington, Savannah tor Bath; Auigall Haines, Smith, New York for Boston. _ 8th?Arrived, brig Endnrus, Farren, Philadelphia for Portland; schrs Marv Stewart, Coombs, Fernaudiaa for Boston; Eunice Rich, Pierce, Pawtucket tor do; Albert Harding. Tangier tor do; l.uvilla. Paine, New York for Plymouth; J P Ames. Snow, do lor Lvnn. FORTRESS MONROE, Mav lO-Arrived, sehr Lamolne, King. Rio Janeiro, for orders. KALI. RIVER, Mav 7?Arrived, schr Nathaniel Holmes, Northrup. Port Johnson. 8th?Arrived, schrs Jennie Rosaline, Teoker. and Danl Brown, Emersoa, Georgetown; Marietta Hand, Hallock, Rondout; Storm,* Trenton; Elizabeth B, Hogan, Port Johnson; Ellen Barnes, Klizabethport. Sailed?Schrs Billow, Bell, Trenton ; Willow Harp, Hor ton, and T Dickens, Mitchell, New York. Utli? Sailed, schrs Black Diamond, Johnson, and Maggie Bell, Hall. New York. GALVESTON, May 9?Cleared, steamship Ban Jaclato, Burrows, Liverpool; l>ark Creuiuna, Gove, do; schr Jaa 11 Gordon, Irelan, Providence. OROTON, Ot. May SI?Arrived, schr Geo H Mills, TlllQt son, Alexandria. INDIANOLA, April 25?Arrived, schrs Mary C Wood hull. Davis. New York (and cleared ' JHth for Corpus Christi); 27th, Iudiauola. Bloom, Pa*cagoula;29th, Lizzie, Pope, da Below, at the bar 90th, brig Bolle of the Bay, Williams, from New York. KEY WEST, Mav 2-In port brie Emma L Hall, Fowler, from New York, arrived 90th, wtg opportunity to dis charge; schrs J Ricurdo Jova, Little, from Philadelphia, arrived 28th, disg; J S A I. fl Adams, Gardner, from do, arrived 90th, wtg opportunity to discharge. 9th?Arrived, steamship Geo W Clyde, Cole, New York for Galveston (and proceeded). MOBILE, May 5?Cleared, schr America, Johnson, Pen* sacola. MILLBRIDGR, May 3?Sailed, brigs Robin. Foster, and W R Sawyer, Mitchell, New York. 6th?Arrived, brig Edith, Brown, St George, NB, for Cuba; schr E J Staples, Ray, Brunswick, Ga, for Har rington. Sailed?Schr Mahaska, Lelghton, New York. NEW ORLEANS, May 5?Arrived, bark Boa (Sp), Juda, Havana; schrs Constance, Ottersou. Kuatan; Eva Odell, Eaton, Havana; Mischief, Hunter. Utilla. Cleared?Ship Crescent City, Delano, navre. flth?Arrived, steamships Alice (Br). Ellis, Liverpool! Margaret, Baker, Havana; New Orleans, Gager, and Mississippi, Crowell, New York. ? Cleared?Steamship Germania (Ger), Wlnzen, Hamburg via Havana, Santander, Cherbourg and Havre; schr Island Belle, Parsons. Protrreso. 7th?Arrived, hark Rcnom (Sp), Gorrlga, Havana; brig Lt/zie M Merrill, Dtickendorff, do. Cleared?Steamships Juniata, Catharine, Philadelphia via Havana; Lavuca. Cooksey, Cedar Keys; ship Spark enhoe (Br). Butler, Liverpool; bark Caspar! (Nop, 8y vertson, Cronstadt. 8th?Arrived, brif Maty E PennelL Raton, Charleston. Cleared?Steamships Ponce (Sp), Portendo, Liverpool; Margaret, Raker, Havana via Florida ports. 9th?Cleared, steamship Liberty, Iludgins, Baltimore via Havana and Kov West Soutwwkst Pass, May 6?Arrived, schrs Warren Saw yer, Crle, and Anna Lyons. Grant, New York; Eastern Queen, Connors, Kuatan; Texana, Rault, Tocoluta. Sailed?Steamship Yazoo. On the bar, bound out, steamships Minnesota, and Mem phis. Outside, outward bound, ships St Louis, and Zephyr; bark Polvcaro, and brig Maria. NORFOLK, May 8?Arrived, schr Areola, Rich, Pro vlncetown. ?. NEWBURYPORT, Mav 8-Arnved, schrs Panl P Kellar, King, Philadelphia; C L Vandervoort, Kelly, Hoboken. 9th?Arrived, bark Joshua Loritift, Umb, Bo <to a. PHILADELPHIA, May 9?Arrived, steamers Saxon, Crowell, Boston; Panther, Mills, do: barks F Reck (Ger), Waltjen, Bremen; Busy, Linden, Messina; brig Wan derer (Br). Gibson, Sairua; schrs Dick Wililams, Corson, Boston: Sarah C Smith, Banks, do; Chas E Raymond, Kelly, Kenuebeck River; Caroline Young, Yonng, Boston. Cleared?Steamers Gulf Stream, Crocker, Providence; Achilles, Colbuni, Boston; brig Sparkling Water, DahL Venice; schrs Florence, Robertson, St John, NB; CR Elmer, Corson, Calbarien; Caroline Young, Young, Bog ton; Josephine, Phinncy, Bdgartown. Law as, Del, May ft 9:15 PM?Bark Dan Draper, from Palermo; brig Maud Potter, schr Kalmer and others left for Philadelphia this forenoon. The harbor is about empty. A hark rigged steamer is coming In the Capes at 9 PM; has signals "P Q H S" at mlzzen gaff. 10th?The steamship Andes (Br), McLaren, from Liver pool, passed in last evening. A bark, outward bound, U lying off Fourteen Feet Bank, having lost both anchors. PORTLAND, May 8?Arrived, bark B Webster (new. of Portland, fi25 tons), Bath?will load for Buenos Avres; brig San Carlos, Atherton, New York; schr Delia Hodg klns, Barnard, Nortolk mot New York). Cleared?Schrs Harriet Baker, Webber, Jersey City; Caaco Lodge, Pierce, New York. Portsmouth, NH, May 7?Arrived, schr Susan, Ma* loney. New York. 8th?Arrived, schr Majestic, Dodge, Hoboken. RICHMOND, May 8?Arrived, steamship Wyanoke, Couch, New York; schrs Kranklln Bell, Saxton. Orient, LI; A M Simmons, Bush, Navassa; S S Bickmore, Barton, Bath, Me. Sailed?Schr Vlcksburg, Hlgglns, New York. ROCKLAND, May 7?Arrived, schr Leontine, Clifford, New York. SAN FRANCISCO. May 3-Cleared, bark C L Taylor, sears. Port Townsend. SAVANNAH, Mav ft?Sailed, steamship CarrolL Hal lett. Bull River, SC, to toad for Wood's Hole (not aa be fore). At Tybee 6th, schr G P Pomeroy, Frlsby, from Jackson ville for New York. 10th?Arrived, scar Agnes J Grace, Boston. Cleared?Brig Frontier, Damarlscotta, Me; schr MB Bramhnll, Olllett New York; Maria A Coombs, Coombs, and ('has H Dow, Howes, Boston. SALRM, May 8?Arrived, schrs Decatur Oakes, Baker; Globe. Herrick; Elizabeth English, Crowell; D M French, Childs; Lucy A Blossom, Nickerson, and Clarabel, Nlcfc crson, Port Johnson: Evelyn, Crowley, and Waterloo, Beck, Weehawkeu; J Ponder, Jr. Brown, EliaabethporC Sailed, sehr George A Pierce, lor Now York. SOMERSET, May 9?Sailed, schr Win F Burden, Adams, New York. . . 8TONINGTON, May 9?Arrived, schrs Jane, Dunham. Hoboken; Maria, Barber, New York: J P Ross, Green, Philadelphia tor Boston; A Haunter, New York for Provi dence; D T Wllletts, Smith, Warren (and salletl for New York). WILMINGTON, NC, May 7?Arrived, barks Maria Ade laide, Pocutls, silgo; Mimi (Nor), Ronning, Canary Islands; brig Victoria (Ger). Schulz. Barrow. E Cleared?Schrs N A Farwell, Farnham, Boston; B 8 Graham, Smith, New York. 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