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THE BILLIARD TOUEiffEY.
Opening or tL? Three-Ball Tournament for the Championship of tat, World-Cyrille Dion Defeats Deery Badly-Uata u* ualy Takes the Laurels from the Magic Frenchman, TJbassy? A Splendid Audience and Exciting Play. An uU'lience of 1,600 p-a-wns assoJVtblcd last even ing at Irving Hall to Yf^tnesa "t lie, inuuguratlou of what promises to b^thc 'most i>/iiiiant tournament at billiards ever >i.iy.ui m Aniortca, bringing together aB it does My six most/renowned masters of the cue tlmt .. can be , found la Europe and the United $*afes. The, .Negotiations for this series oi contests have/Vea in progress for months, and the result was to match each against the other successively - the 'following players: FranctiU l'bas^>\ Maurice DaTy, Joseph Dion, Cyrlllo -J ' Join Keery and AJbert Uarnler. Vbassy ' 8 "centiy arrived ^om Prance, and ap pearing first at Chicnyftjftn contests with Bessinger T'JUS?. t'1? Dmitry by the easy manner In wluch he defe ^ed the Western "star," giving him at the same r pnif the most "fearful odds." The other players ai.? all well known, and have each, with the except j?? ofsarnler, borno the houors of champlonsh jp*at the four ball game. Ihe present, tournament is at the thwe ball game exclusively, the most nulBlied aad gclentlflc game played t *ami wlll (ieveiop the finest play ever wltnes je?i ia New York The ,p,er<,#Q of ylc_ If. tAe' cllaniPionBinp of the world, and 0 ?y mbolired by a massive silver c a llengp/. -#;Up 0f extraordinary Beauty. This work ijt ? art Wtta oa exhiblUon at the toot tr VU<rh^ 11 iB a hemispheric bowl about a and "?,ou a cruciiorm base, balls iS.'?!h^ed !vllh various devices in cues San ? vHfE??8* one side it bears the mscrip the ka Tf> e BilUard CUauipionship of ,? ftt tlie Three Ball Carom Came." *0,'rniunent held at New York, June. 1873. Pre ?er/ted by h. w. Coliender." ' trmi >f?4:ZitUf! 10 th??rlules ffoverning the tonrna 5^2$ wi" be 1100 each ; played on a??i0 owiender bevel table. Each player will =?7ery oMier player, and the one winning 81 number of games will be declared the ?UMnp?n of the world at the three-ball oarrom ?l?e of balls, a fi inches. ?*?. addition to the championship prize there will handsome diamond lockets, xnc flit of ClirfR. O'Connor to tbo piiiyers znakl nir respectively the best general P average and iva^? gre8 run* Tho I'lajr wiJI Proceed Sy 7 afternoon and evening during the weak, Ihe audience assembled last night jjas respectable, and the decorum of ?fff~8S?mi,lB'r<7 taklnK lnto account the fact that I>,'*(?are favorites at billiards as well as at Jerome unexceptionable. Within the hall an amphitheatre of seats had been arranged and the gallery was reserved for ladles. There was a large number of well-known gentlemen pres. ?" >k 4?ln?ing Recorder Hackett snerE ki!. i?1ii d A,)f>leto?> Jouu ^lorrlssey. Mantou Alar ?hut aml ttU the billiard experts of the ?y* . ? llca8? wa8 represented by a delega tion^coittiating of Messrs. Besslnger, tilosson and _ , TOE COMPETITORS ilhH* i^,ght were, lust, cyrlllo Dion vs. John Decry, and Francois Ubassy vs. Maurice L-aly, the present four-ball cham f The table was a very elegant K!e<ifii? workmanship, flmshed and decorated i ! r occasion. Piuy cominciiceti ut artni0?cil0ck' anJ as tIie llrst ^)alr stepped into the Wen they were greeted With applause. Air KjidopO.ayraud a<rted as umpire, and Kobert W ill marker in knowa ^OBtou "cue," ofllciatod as r>.?? - banking for the lead e.cllolo? anJ scored fl points off the spot. Deery then went in for 3 and p,oor n"?ri* 11 was evident 1^ did not rifr.n? home? it was not '-his night." m . .'s second Inning added se\enteen to his score by careful plays, aud one capital round the table shot witi foMowpil ?S?h'?? 7 a?atn for 3 an" I,J()n followed with 12, no brilllaut execution being thus trlin?J/ ye(J" 1 'ifuDceo' scored l and slipped up trying for another. Dion missed a twisting cushion shot, anil Deery came to work to score 0. Dion !ul lowed the example, and then Deery put *up 2. llothing interesting occurred until the eiirhth in'i^ ' n't I ,wJ'ei1 Dion awoke some enthusiasm i>y a 2 ?? m 8llot 1,1 tlie CUti!'iou angles, and put '?? ,l)eery seemed to be working hard, JS nt on . 01 Htart a run- u>rlUe added 7 to his ... V ?d^ win more applause by a round the ifu iinne?h0t' r?Vp 10 t,lc t,llrtccnth Inning play was dull, when Dion got to work and put up 71 on his counters by magnificent play and cool nerves. He nursed the iwiis beantlfully along the cushion at the loot of the table, up the lelt side cushion and ?u i / across tlie top, and fila toucb was exuul siteiy fine. The score now stood? Dion, 142 ? I?eery, 81. The enthusiasm over the favorite was Immense. In his liiteciith inning Dion mane U4, huj missed in each of the next three esssyals. It was awiul uphill work with Deery, lor, with the exception of 10 in his twelfth Inning,' 6 was the most he made up to lus t wenty-lirst, when he niacin "Q and" aiMrk^n lheuBluu,i KV ???uS.ft f t,irce tiwes out of the next 5? C?,?in?,"KS- . ln ,lis thirty -first ho made 10, the largest run of the evening, and rHHH?0\'PT^ helmed with applause. Here he played the balls beauti.ully along tne cushion and made thiMUi. iuln le HWi,t cross-cushion shots also, in 1 which the balls lalriy flashed as they sprung from ?\ i 't i1 ) any"ier 'ro|n the cushions. This set ni ?r ,lie '?? Ids thirty-second inning Dion nnssed an easy one, and went out with S in the tlurty-iliird. The following shows tue scork:? Dion? 8, 17, 12, 0, 0, 7, 2, 8, 7, O, 12, 0 71 10 2 24 Deery? a, 3, 1, o, 2, 4, 0. 3, o, 2, 2. 10, 1. 0 2 s a 1. 5, 8, 22 0, 0, 7, 7. 0, 8, 1^ 5?, i, 0. 0, 2_13fi Av' *rage (about) 4'(. ' u,e ,en '"inntes recess which followed Dion * i*-h co jgrat u'a tio u and Deery look htsjtefeat like a man aud a gentleman. lie w as the first to sliake Cyrille by the hand. . THK SKNSAT1UN. 5. ^ i ' was reserved for the next match f<>r wonders were expected irom Ui.assy, v.ho'wii Vews old(,nimSt a !'111'lir(11\v|7;ir'1- ,lL' is fort v-fi ve years old, but looks like flftv-flve. and tln-r.. very string al.out ' the foruia: J.t? m hea'1, Iroul the bridge of his nose upward? something suggestive of thp " 'ut'vn?? mathematlclaD. ill, iS?ad is high! bold and round, and tils eves have a necuii iriv penetratinur appearance. There was a n . kVd conUa*t between him and h7s boywho,, lor tli o 1!uly-1 0u,y Won In scoring with i Th^.' .,a?" I,,!fl8Cd. I'bassy followed r-i , u ,Jalv cni,lt' with a run of i;j. and ind i L^i1 ^ followed his success with Jo f,?rL, ,1,atle i? a,|d then lollowed some uuin U-resuug play. Daly was the lavorite in nffection, but Lbassv had got evervbo.ly afraid w! hio80 . .ey pnt tllelr ?uoney oh him souie' In his nineteenth Inning I'bassy made 47 'ind w?a immen^^iy applauded, for his play was remarkably SrM inn? ,0",, ? al(,'n* tamely nntn the twenty. ?^n*m un'i . 1)11 '>? aTnill tremendous enthu by ex,iui?lte care in "nursing " made 82, the score standing, Daly, ire; Dbas?v i?s This seemed to break i bassr down anrtT not rally, and Daly lorgt-d ahead like a ln*ro and was victor lu his thlrty-aintu inning rtWv oH!v ?cored one to his last lour Innings; he was so com. lhe score1'? erVC<1 "tUe ^^'' The iolTomng u Daly? O, 13, 15, 3, 10, 2, 0, 18, 0, 0, 4, 11, 8, 4 7 7 4 1, I. 6, 62, Q, 11, 0, 5, 1, 1 4, 1, 38, 3, 5 1 "S 4' a '10' 1, l-'fotal, 300. Average, 7 9-ii ' ' ' ' ? 1W> ufcasny? 1 3, 1 a, i?, 13, 10, 0, 1, 1, o. 17 0 22. ' ?, 8, 18, 7, 47, O, 1, 17, 0, (i, 0, 6, 3, 17, 3 3 i ~>s \ nb 0 ? Total, 254. Average, 8 13 is. ' iThe audience ialrlv covered Daly with alorT Gar"?er Joseph Dion play, ami De'efy" -ln?U VH' C'nih ?lon- ^ ^assy POETLAND YACHT CLUa Portland, Me., Jnne 23, 1873. T V rortland Yacht Club Hailed on their annual ""M- Tte" ""???? TfUSICAL AND D&AMATIG NOTES. Mr. Jo, Jac'1 Miss Annie Flrmln essayed "The Kew Magdaieu" at Wood's yesterday after nofin. > We hear ^hst the New Filth Avenue Theatre, Twenty-eight & street and Rroadway, will be com pleted by the ) 1'ddle of ictobor. Mr. Theodore Them as' annual benefit takes place this evening at the Central Park Garden. The programme Is a varied one, Including selections from the third act < ^ Wagner's "Meutersingcr von Nuremberg'' down 1 o the Mrauss waltz. FATAL jCKUNQ AOOIJENT. San Franc 'if CO, Oil., June 28. 1873. A dage fell ln the Eu.^ka Company's mine ln Vevada to-uay a distance oi' ^>0 feet. There were I we occupants in It, John George and George Dobbs. The former wai kille 1 the latter had M>th legs aud one arm broken, 'njuuea irom which te caunot recover. ; FOEQEBIEB 01 A TKOY FIRM. Troy, N. T., Jn ne 23, 1873. I series of forgeries having been perpetrated on Ihe Arm of Sheldon A Green, stove dealer.^ >n thle tit J, they warn bankers and others agidust iVcept Ujg druits on the Arm, and advise tu? imm, 'Uuue Ali'uel of persons Offering sucli paper. FliSGXJC IPPOOTBEJrTS. Ll.it 'ji Grand Offlccra and District D </ pa tio for the Knsulng Year./ Buffalo, N. T., Junot%, 1873, y The Grand Master or Masons In the St\ite of u<j?r York, Christopher G. Fox, promulgates the follow imr ns bis appointments of Associate. Grand Officers and District Deputies:? Assoclate.""jrand Officers Charles Ityonie, New York, Gu\nd Marshal; Sey mour H. Stone, Syracuse, Grao'd Standard Bearer; George Van Velt, New Vork,/tfrand Sword Bearer; Iieury A. Rlchey,. Brooklyn prunk M. Hopkins, Kcesvilie; Levi M. Gauo^ "Watkins; Wtliluin A. Brodie, Gcneseo, Grand "stewarus ; Job* 0. Boak, New York, Senior Gran/I Deacon ; James E. Morri son, New York, Junior Grand Deacon. District Depu ties? First district, Caleb B. Ellsworth, Maspetli; Seoond district, Jtutsfca M. Rowan, Brooklyn; Third district, Horace - C. Sawtelle, Brooklyn, E. D. ; Fourth district,. Horace S. Taylor, New York; Fifth d strict, John Gorman, Now York; stxth district, Walters. Plnrknov, New S'ork; Seventh district, Thomas C. OassMy, New York; Kigbth district, Philander Reed, Newt' York; Ninth district, Orlando D. M. Raker, of PoughVeetsie ; Tenth district, Charles B. C.rav, of Port Jervls; Eleventh dis trict, Sand ford J. Thatohor, or Oobleskill; Twelfth district, Jesse H. Anthony, of Troy; TMrteeuth district, Norman 0. Raker, of Whitehall; Fourteenth district, Clinton Chatfleld of Herkimer : Fifteenth district, Edmund M. rioibrvjok, or Ogdensburg; Sixteenth district, Richard H. Huntington, of Adams; Seventeenth district, George F. Rtirn, of Hamilton; Eighteenth district, Robert P. ltaruard, or Greene; Nineteenth district, George J. Gar'lner, of Syracuse; Twentieth district, Chuuucey N. Shipman, or Elmtra; Twenty first district. John Vandenberg, of Clyde; Twertty second district, George F. Loder, of Rochester; Twenty-third district. Robert J. Jlllson, of Hor nollevllle ; Tweuty-iourth district, Henry A. Ohllds, of Madlna; Twenty-fifth district, Lorenzo M. Ken yan, of Uuiralo; Twentv-slxth district, Williams. Gleason, of Mayvllle. Lodges working In the Ger man tongue in the city of New York and vicinity, C. F. L. Hohenthal, of New York. Lodges working In the French, Spanish and Italian tongues, Jacob Tartber, of New Vork. THE CONGRESSIONAL CONSCIENCE FUND. Peters, of Maine, Return* Ills Share of the Back Pay Robbery. Banqor, Me., June 23, 1873. Eon. John A. Peters, M. C., of Maine, returned bis bacK salary on the 24th of April, and holds the receipt of the Secretary of the Treasury, dated April 28. Mr. Peters was the first of the Maine delegation to return the money. EXPLOSION AND FIRE. A Coal Tard Kxplodes and Seta a Number of PaUdlnga on Fire? L>oss 931,000. CAMBRinoK, Ohio, June 23, 1873."* A coal tar vat exploded about lour o'clock this afternoon In the fouDdry of C. P. Sim ons A Bros., and berore an alarm could be given the building was in flames. The fire spread to the adjoining building, threatening at one time to destroy that portion of the town. At ten P. M., however, It Is thought that the fire is fully under control. The' following property was destroyed:? Simons A Bros, foundry, loss $l2,ooo, and no insurance; Dollnger, $1,000, no Insurance; Kalney A son, $10,000, no Insurance; J. Reed, dwelling, $3,000, no Insurance; W. 11. Mcllalr, dwelling, $2,soo, in sured in the Underwriters Agency lor fl.OOO. There are other small losses aggregating $3,300. The total loss is $31,000. THE GORDON TRAGEDY. Verdict of the Coroner's Jury? A New Motive for the Murders Disclosed. Belfast, Me., June 23, 1873. The Coroner's J nry In the Thorndikc tragedy com pleted the Inquest this afternoon. They find that the father and mother came to their death in con sequence of blows inflicted upon their heads and faces with an axe, fracturing their skulls; that the Infant was either killed in a like manner, or died from inhaling smoke, heat and fire after the blows were given; that the murders were committed between twelve .and three o'clock at night: that fire was Kindled in many places, in and upon the bed and the crib In which the little boy was sleeping, and that the door leading to the room was closed. The Jurors further say that the blows were inflicted by John Drue Gordon with malice aforethought, and that the fire was kludled and the door s'jnt by him for the purpose of causing the bodies of his victims to be consumed and de stroyed. A new motive for the murder? that of revenge was disclosed by the evidence of a young lady who resides in the vicinitv, and to whom Gordon had been paying attention, she had reeeutlv received anonymous letters traducing his character, the authorship ol which he (Gordon) Imputed to his sister-ln-law. A few days before the murders were committed he threatened to be "even with her," so expressed, or in words to that effect. It was also proved that on Saturday evening previous to the murders he remarked to his cousin, a voting man, "I know one thing? Almond's life or niinc is d? il short In this world." The prisoner heard the resnlt of the Inquest with ont emotion. Ills examination Is expected to take place before a police justice on Wednesday. THE XELL03G SHOOTING CASE. Melvin 91. Cohen and Charles R. Rallcy Arraigned?The JKojorlty of the Jury Colored. New Orleans, La., June 23, 1873. The case of the State against Meivin M. Cohen and Charles R. Railey, charged with shooting with intent to kill William Pitt Kellogg, was com menced this morning, before Judge Pardee, at Carrollton, the venue having been changed Irom New Orleans to Jefferson parish. Attorney Oeneral Field, assisted by It. king Cutler and ex Postmaster Lowell, represent the State, and Messrs. T. J. Semmes, E. J. Kills and John II. New appeared for Railey, and Messrs. William M. Ran dolph C. Casteiiauus and C. E. Whitney for Cohen. The jury consists of ten negroes and two whites. Governor Kellogg was present as a wltn :s.h. The case i-i progressing to-night. The court room is crowded and much interest la manifested. THE PHILADELPHIA CHILDREN CASE. Philadelphia, June 23, l<*73. The excitement in regard to the Rosehlll tragedy I Is gradually diminishing. The little girl Maggie 1 Mulvey has Improved so rapidly that this alter ! noon she was playing In the room In which she Is k-pt. riiere are no ue v developments In the case, j I.very thing now points t ? the bellei ihat the clul I then were accidentally locked in the closet. | SINGULAR CASE? FRIGHT. CONVULSIONS. Hydrophobia and Dral h?The Cause Al leged Violence. Tcrcza Cherra, a little Italian girl, six years of ago, died on Sunday at the residence of her pa rents, in the rear of 50 Mulberry street, as certi fied to be by Dr. Wilson from nervous and hysteri cal eclainpla, caused by excessive fright. Id a letter to Dr. Harris, of the Health Board, on the subject, Dr. Wilson says: ? "The cause of iright producing convulsions tu the child 1 at tribute to an nnknown man taking hold of her and taking improper liberties with his hands, as stated to me by the parents and iriends, who said she told them of it shortly alter ItH occurrence. Wuen 1 saw her at ten o'clock last night she appeared to be laboring under extreme fright (of eveu her own parents) of all who upproached her, with a sort ol hysterical convulsive movement, shrieking at intervals; there was no coma or approach to It, but excessive j vigilance Insomnia; prescribed for the symptoms and ieit, intending to make a fuller Investigation in the mor.ilug, did she live; it Is an exceed ingly Interesting and singular case, and as 1 may be wrong In my diagnosis* (though to the best of my belief 1 am not), It might be best to Investigate it further, although the parents were opposed to such a course (as I Huggt'Sted It to them). The cause of the convul sions seemed to be somewhat of mental irritation, which 1 attribute to tbe plausible Btnry ol fright by a strange man. I made no examination or her person, as it seemed impossible to touch her with out tne most violent convulsive struggles on her part. There were slight signs of hydrophobia, but I excluded that disease for the lack of essential svmp.'oms." 'Dr. Harris referred tne case to Coroner Resster for further Investigation, and Deputy Coroner l/co w ll maixe a post-mortem examination oil the t>ody. l-ater in the day coroner Kessier called at the house, and, against the wishes of the parents, ordered th-t remains of their child to be sent to the Morgue, but when the driver or the dead wagon called lor tue body they declined honoring the Coroner's oriter, barricaded the doors against the driver, and thus retained possession of their unfor tunate child's remains, upon which a medical ex amination will be made at the house. THE PACIFIC RAILROAD. San Francisco, Jnne 23, 1873. The Board of Supervisors to-night passed an order granting the Southern Pacific Railroad Com pany the use of a portion of Louisiana street, along the water front oi Mission Bay, for a term of twenty-five years. J. C. Alnswortb. President of the Oregon Steam Navigation Company, has been appointed man aging director of tut Northern Pacibc Railroad l or thus coast. POLICE 3TATTEE8. At &' meeting of tbe Board of Police 'Commission ers h?l<i yesterday <ernoon, a resolution was adopted, on motloH of Commissioner Gardner, that trie snbject of sessions should be entrusted to tlio care of Commissioner Charlick. a resolution was adopted Instructing tbe Super intendent of Street Cleaning to notify the con tractor for street cleaning and the representative of/aincsR. Whltinp, decoase\l, to remove amass of "ashes, garbage and rn'oi ish in Twenty-third and Thirty-third streetH, east of First avenue, and on adjacent piers," Placed there by them, the removal to commence within fifteen days. If they neglect to remove the rubbish the Superintendent Is ordered to remove the same, and sue the parties named for the cost ol removal. 'Che superlntendtnt was also ordered to emp'oy Sitigs oi ten each ot colored streetsweepors In the ltfhth ward, the pay of street sweepers was tlxed at >'2 per day from July l. Captains of precincts were ordered' to report tlio men of their commandB detailed for special duty. The matter et employing and dismissing police purccons was reicrrcd to Commissioner Charlick with power. SHIPPING NEWS. Almanac for New Vorlt? ' This Day* 8TN AND MOON. Pnn rises 4 20 Sun sets 7 34 Moon bet.s eve HIGH WATER. Oov. Island eve 8 13 Sandy llook.... eve 1 23 Hell Gate eve 0 63 OCEAN STEAMERS. DATES OF DEFAKTDRE FROM NRW YORK FOR TUB MONTHS OF JTNE AND .IDLY. Steamer*. Assyria Nevada Now York Virginia Cimbria Denmark Adriatic ......... Bheln Custnlia l'ere ire Cityot Antwerp.. Spain ; Vandalia Wyoming Graf lilt-inarck.. . Furooo City ot Wii?h'frton Hanimonla Baltic - Dona Citvol I'arls France Angtla Trlnacrla Bremen Idaho Alabama City ot New York Holsatla California Main Critic Greece St Laurent Silesia Pennsylvania .... SmU. June June June June. June June June June June Juuo June June June IJuly July July .lulv July Julv .1 uly July Julv July Inly I uly July July July lulv July July Jiilr July July July July Destiuutum. Office. Glasgow... Liverpool. Hromen... Glasgow.. . Hamburg. London. . . Livernool. Bremen... Glasgow. .. Havre Liverpool. Liverpool. Hamburg. Liverpool. Bremen. . . Glasgow.. . Liverpool. Hamburg. Liverpool. Bremen... Liverpool. Liverpool. Glasgow.. . Glasgow... Bremen... Liverpool. Qlasirow.. . Liverpool. Hamburg. Glasgow.. Bremen. . . Liverpool. Liverpool. Havre Hamnurg. i Glasgow... 7 Bowling Green 29 Broadway. 2 Bowling Green 72 Broadway. 61 Broadway. <39 R road way. 19 Broadwav 2 BowlingGreen 7 Bowling Green 5rt Broadway . 1.1 Broadway. 69 Broadway. '61 Broadway. 29 Broadwav. 2 Bowling Green 7 Bowling Green 1!) Broadway. 61 Broadway. 19 Broadway. 2 Bowling Green 15 hrondwav. 09 Broadway. 7 Bowling Green 7 Bowling Green ,2 Bowling Green 129 Broadway 172 Broadway. IS Broadway. 61 Broadway. 7 Bowling Green 2 Bowl ina Green 19 Broadway. 69 Broaoway. 58 Broadway ,61 Broadwav. 172 Broadway. PORT OF NEW YORK, JUNE 23, 1873. CLEARED. Steamship Ontario, Slocum, Bio Janeiro, ft?? W B dar rison. Steamship Richmond, llodges, Norfolk? Old Dominion Steatnshln Co. Bteatnsbin Franconla. Bragg. Portland?.* F Ames. Ship Hudson, l'ratt, London? Orinnell, Mlnturn A Co. Bark Wood Hali (Br), Gilson, Liverpool? C L Wright ? Co. Bark Anglollna Bcrnardl (Ital), ScblafBno, Rotterdam? A P Agrcsta. Bark Preciosa (Swe), Nilsen, Bostock? Funcb, Edyo ft Co. Bark Lesmona (Ger), Clrleh, Bremen? H Koop A Co. Bark Hypatla (Br), Lowe, Antwerp? Eagle, Blukslco ft Smvtli. Bark Gaota (Ital), Ottono, Venice ? Slocovich ft Co. ltark John Gritlln, Westbury, Cieufucgos? J K Ward ft Co. Brig Flamingo (Nor), Mosfleld, Malmo? Tetens ft Bock mann. Brig Ernestine. Knight, Seville? Brett. Pon ft Co. Brig II W Messer, Hewett, Bordeaux? snow ft Burgess. Brig Arctic (Bri, Fraser, llulilax? J F Wlutnev ft Co. Brig Annie Collins (lir), McDonald, Windsor, N3 ? C W Bertenux ft Co. Schr Addle Wcssels, Thompson, Blneflelds? O Wessels. Schr Clara Montgomery, Fcrgason, sail Bias? U Wei iels. Sehr Golden Bulo (Br), McDonald, Pictou? Bird, Per kins .t Job. Schr Lilly, Cole, Charleston? Evans Ball ft Co. Schr Carrie S Webb, Rowland, Charleston? Bentley, Gildarslceve ft Ca Schr Sunny South, Derrlekson, Wilmington, NC?E 8 Powell. schr Gilbert 8tancllfT, Frayne, South Ambuy? V." Chal mers. Steamer A C Stimers. Warren, Philadelphia. ARRIVALS. RirORTZD BY TOE HERALD STEAM YACITTS AND 1IKRAI.D WHITESTONK TEt.EOBAPn LINB. Steamship Wyoming (Br), Morgan, Liverpool June 11, vIh Queenstown 12th, with mdse and 3ofl passengers to Williams ft Guion. June 16, lat 18 09, Ion 36, passed .steam ship '?Lutra," bound W. steamship Denmark (Br), Snmner, London June 4, via navre 7th, with mdse and li9rt passengers to F W J Hurst June 13. lat 48 20, Ion 27 Ml, spoke bark "W Jones" (Br, of Yarmouth), bound E (probably bark Geo W Jones (lir), trom Londonderry tor Syuiiev, CB). steamship Vnndalia (Ger*, Fran/en. Hamburg June 7, with mdse and 429 passengers to Kunhardt ft Co. Juno Hi, lat -(5 23, Ion 40 2(1. spoke bark Otuoa (of Windsor), from Mobile tor Reval. Steamship City oi Mexico, Sherwood, Vera Crur. June 9, Pro/reso June 12 and Havana June 18, at 8 I'M, with mdse and passengers to F Alexandre ft Sons. June 19, 7 miles east of Carysfort, e xchanged signals with one of Merchants' line "(earners; ?Hh, at miles north of Jupiter, spoke bark 'Manuel," from Galveston lor Liverpool; south ot Uniterm, blowing heavy lor 12 hours, with a h' av.v sea. Steamship Rapi'lan, Dubois, St Domingo City June 14, Sainana 1Mb, and Porto Plata 16th, with mdse and pas gong rs to Spofford Hros ft Co. Stramsliip Morro Castle, Morton. Havana Jnne 19, with tndsi and passengers to W P Clyde 4 Co. Steamship Zodiac. Chimin, Morehead citv3 days, with mdse and passengers to Murrar. Ferris ft Co. "steanishtii Richmond, Hodges, Kicbmoiid, City Point and Norfo'k, with mdse and passengers, to the Olu Do minion Steamship Company. Ship SemtramU iot Portsmouth, NH), Gorrisli, Llver pcsil May 17, with indse to Pray ft Dickens. June 14, lat 42 4S. Ion 09 '<0, spoke schr Robt Haines (of Provineotowu), for the l.anks. Sbin Krldgewatcr, Slason, Antwerp, May 16, with mdse to Williams ft Guion. ship Mai la una V (Port), Ferreria, Philadelphia, in bal la-l to L 1C Amsinek ft Co. Hnrli Anna T (Aus), Glovanelli, Singapore Feb 29, with nv'se to Sio- ker, Tav lor A C >. April lfi, off the Cape of Good Hope, had a heavy gale from BW, lasting 3 days; lost and spin sails; Juue 10, lat 27. Ion .17 20, spoke bark Wanderer (Nor), trom Cette lor New York. liurk Margarethe Blanca (Ger), skorka, London 64 days, with uidse to Funch, Edyc A Co. liark spume (Ital), Cuneo, Cardiff 40 days, with railway Iron to nrjcr; ves-el to Slocovteh ftlo. Bark E n 1 alia (Swe), Bergstrom, Newport 42 days, with railway iron to order; ves?el to Totens ft Boekmann. Bark Arwonia (Ital), Fedele, (iirgenti AT days, with snl pb ill- to order ; vessel to Funch, Ed>e ft Co. Passed Gib raltar April 29. Mark Blanche (ot nalifnT), A'anghan. Trieste, f>8 days, via Gibraltar 40 dav?, with mdse to J F Whitney A < o; no date, lat 40 20, len 6ft 10. had a heavy gal>> from SB to NK, la-ting SO hours; lost and split sails; May 28, lat 36 10, Ion 3t 36, at 8 AM, saw a brig bound east, with loreiopmast and foremasthead gone: same dav, a' noon, passed the wreck ot a vessel ?t about 27ft ions, abandoned, wiih (oremr.st gone five tect atiove the deck, mainbooin broken and lying n cross the ait< r house, anchors hanging on tbe bow and bul warks partly gone -. had tull poop, painted black, alter house white ; had no forward house ; a> tin re was a heavy sea running at the time. It was impossible to make out her name. Bn tv Isle ot Skye (Br), Mnrlne, St Pierre, Mart, 13 davs, with sugar and molasses to Dwlght A Piatt; vessel to L F Br:ghain. Hark Morning Star (of Turks I.'land), Waugh, Guanta naino, 13 days with -ugar, to Wazde.l ft Co. Bark S A Bhiisdcll (of searsport), sawyer, Cardenas 9 davs. with sugar and mtlado 'o Carver ft Barnes. rtark I. 11 Jackson (of Portland), Marwlrk, Cardenas 9 davs, with sugar and melailo, to Brett, Son A Co. Bark drchilla (Of Searsport!, tlavner, Mulauzas 9 days, with molasses to Walsh, Held A Way. Brig Kodiak, Downing, Cardenas, 8 days with sugar, to F Taltmt A Co. Rrlg Adelaide, Wi!s?n. Apalar.hfeola lOdsvs. with lum ber t" Snow A Richardson : vessel to B G Neit. H< br Setagawa (of Gloucester), Dryer, Baracoa 9 days, with Iruit to William Doaglas; vessel to B J Wenberg. June 17, lat 26. Ion 7t 10, spoke tchr Armenia, from For tune Is'and, (or Boston Sehr J SALT Adunis (ot Great Egg Harbor), Gardner, Sagua B days, with sugar to Brown Bros; vessel to J w Klwell A Co. Schr Heetwlng, Roberts, San Salvador 9 days, with pineapples to M. nteli ft Bar ow. Scbr ii C shepherd, French, Jacksonville 7 days, with lumber to line!' Clark ; vrssel toi'verton ft Hawkins. Sehr S W Mnitland, ColcorU, Jacksonville 7 (lays, with lumber to Kppinger ft Buswll ; vessel to J H Winchester A Co. Schr Lnoy Hammond, Dagley. Georgetown, SC, 5 davs, with naval stores to W 11 Wl^gliib; vessel to F liUbot ft Co. Sehr Ben, Dsvls, Wilmington, NC, 4 days, with naval 8^?rl's toK S Powell. schr las I<ockwo(sl, Hardenstle, Richmond. Schr Oh ks Atnes, Edmunds, Alexandria. Schr El wood Doron, Smith, AiuxunUria for New Ha ven. H-hr E R Bennett. Soper, Virginia. Schr steiihen Morgan. VanCllef, 'leonretown, DC. Hclir Belle llallailay. King, Georgetown, DC. Sciir Wm Allen, Grant, Baltimore Sclir K J Iloyt, Arnold, BaUlmore for New Haven. Schr Forest oaks, Parker, Baltimore for New Haven. Steam tug America, Verrlon, 1'hiladelDhia. Towed to this port ship Marianna V. sehr Mlnetta, Harrtman, Stockton 8 days, with latbs to master. Sehr (General Hall, White, Vinalharen 4 days, with stone lo the Kast Hiver Bridge Compaav. schr M anna L >a, sandiord, Maebuu 6 daya, wtci lain her to Simpson, Clapp ft Co. Tbe bark Cella (of Halifax, N8), Turner, whleh arrived 22d Iroin Little Grace Bay, is coiisigucd to Eagle, lllaka lee ft Smyth, not as before. The br|; Vitesse (Belg), from Antwerp, Is consigned to Jacob w Sehinldt A Co, not as bafnre. Passed Through Hell Oat?> bound sotrra. Schr Tmpndence <Br), Baker, St John, NB, via Ylnevivd Haven tor New Vork, ltidays, with lath to lltney ft Par ker. Schr Ida L Howard* Wlnnett, Providence for New York Schr F A Brooks, Rsnelyea, Nantncket for New Tork, with tub to D Haley ft Co. Sehr Hannie Westbrook. Littlejohn, Providence for New York. Selir Josephine, West, Dennis for Vew York. Sci.r Scud. Allen, Norwich lor Trenton. Schr L P Hall, shepherd, Pswtucket lor New York. Sehr Bajipahauiiocit, brown, Nuw London for Now SnrS, w ScUr freestone , Balscomb, Portland for New Tor*, with stone to Hlmp?on, Clapii a Co, tn lir haxou, Abbott, Beverly for New York. Kchr Abhy Morton, Whidden, Boston for New Tor*. Srtir Kate Scruntoii. Palmer, Providence tor New York. Hchr Jolin D Buckalew, Bell, Stonlngton lor New York, with stone to crdor. Sohr Win Forrest, McAllister, Bockport for New York, with lime to J V llaviland. _ Hchr M J McNaugnton, I>nnn, T1 artford for New York, hchr C J Vandervoort, Kelly, DcnnUville tor New Yorv Kchr Henrietta, Matthews, Boston for Now York, w^JJ planter to muster. ? - Hchr Helen, Thompson, Bradfbrd for New Yor^./^mj stone to Bridge Co. Schr G A Ilayden. Green, New London frir >r>w York. Schr Angola, Philander, Salem tor New '/Y>rk. Bchr Martha Jane, Vox. Providence foi;N?w York. Schr Alton T Miner, Oaken. Madison tor New York. Kchr Viola. Engles, MachUui lor New York, wlin lumber to Chase. Talbot t Co. Sclir Carroll, Robinson, Machias for New York, with lumber 'o Cha se. Tiilbot A Co. Stlir Rillow Wullace, Providence for New York. Schr Klin, Humphrey, Portland for Now York, with heading to J C Vaudelph 4 Co. Schr Forest City, Johnson, Salem for New York. Schr F 1 1 Russell, Markham, Portland for New York, Wi'h stone to Miller A Co. Schr Jennie, Davis, Nantucket for New York, with fish to D Haley A Co. Self John Losler, Lincoln, Taunton for New York. gchr K Waterman, Hlnkley. Somersetfor New York, gchr L A Tolles, McMullen, Providence for New York. Bchr lankec Blade, Coomos, Myotic tor New York. Hchr Poamer, Wiley, Boiton for New York. Hchr Champion, Lurvey, Cain id lor New York, with lumber. Hchr Light of the East. Harper, Calais forWillett'a Point, with lumber to order. Hchr Boston, Bishop, Boston for New York. Hchr Adelaide, Smith, Sug Harbor for New York. Hchr (elegruph, Priest, Eockport lor Newark, with stone to order. Schr ?>nward, Qorham, Nantucket for New York, with flsh to Rockwell A Co. Hchr Tunis Deaew, Baker, Niantlc for New York. Hchr Gem, Horton. Providence for New York. Schr It J (irahnm, Jarvis, Providence for New York. Hchr Ellen Duffleld, Kaynor. Portland, Ct, for New York, with stone to order. Hchr Victor, 1'ish, Nantucket for New York, with flsh to D Halev A Co. Schr Mediator, Davis. Fall River for New York. Hchr Nathl Holmes, Hunt, Full Klver for New Yor*. Bclir Cyrus Chamberlain, Adams, Boston for New York . Schr Gem, Thomas, ttockland lor New York, with lime to Candiu A Pressjr. Schr W Mor?e, Oliver, Bath lor New York, with lumber to order. Schr Torpedo, Fanning, Lubcc for New York, with itmn tol'ed Frve A Co. ochr llattic Coombs, Jameson, Bristol for New York. Hchr Baltimore, Francis, Norwich for New York. Schr Elizabeth B, Hosan, Newport for New York. Schr Balloon, Chandler, Bangor for New York, with lumber to order. Hchr Wm Keilly, Clark, Nantucket for New York, with fit?n to order. Hchr Osprey Baker, Nantucket for Now York, with flsh to I' Haley M Co, Schr L A BurKngamc, Bnrlingame, Boston for PhUa aelpnia. York" Lbcv A Blo*'om' Nickerson, Providence for New ft* Elizabeth EngllshOrowell, Boston for New York. Schr 8 8 Tyler, McCarthy, Hartford for New York. Schr Alabama, Churchill, Providence lor New York. u"rAhnFJ":f.wetL'l ?el,y- B?,ston <or New York. EcJjr Robt B Smith, Nickerson. Houthport for New York Schr Angler, Besse, Wareham lor New York. Schr Julia K W ilietts. Dayton, Wareham for New York. J&fJKSr1* 8&*r> Webber. Portland for New York, with lumber to Wilson A Godfrey. Schr John Mettler. Parker. New Bedford for New York. ~!5k #r.F,y|??"th Rock, Parker, Boston lor New York, with stone to Chas Twing A Co. straw" Wu> Voorhee8' Ooldamlth, Providence for Haver Bchr Pinta, Booth, Fall River for New York. with stone" HUte' BurR8S8- RockP?rt for Newark, sihl a IZ w&H&St J>u R,y"r f?r New York. Schr Ann HUzabeth, Allen, Harwich for New York. m."le 5t'n,v.lro1F- orit?t for Now York. Hchr Olive, Voorhles, Providenco for New York. Schr Essex, Handv. Providence for New Yore. Hchr Ceres, Trelethcn, Dover for New York. Schr Kate Thomas. Arnold, New Bedford tor New York Hchr Memento, Weeks, New Bedford for New York. Schr Nellie Doe, Richardson, Providence for New York wfth stonVTo order^61"' g8on' *?ckport for Newark. for New York, with WK' ?r< K?]ly' Providence for New York. York holps, Hammond, Providence for New Schr Yarmouth, Kelly, Danversport for New York. 2^15 ['ccatiir Oakes, Baker, Plymouth tor New York. Schr Elm City, Kelly, Providence for New York. York w'Kht Uavij8?n, Frocman, Providence for New &!!? n?Iidf.n?EaKl?l ?oww Boaton for Now York. Fchr Helen Mar. Nickerson. Boston for New York. ? III ve"H l?0' Hammond, Providence for New York. n Vinson, Providence for New York. Schr Damon. Johnson, Providence for New York. bchr (leu h Brown. HIITord, Providence for New York, b L Jameson, l'awtucket for New York. Schr n I (.tutting, Mason. New Bedford for New York. York F,orenco Hutchiuson, Allyn's Point for New ^rhr Areo. Besae, Wareham for New York. Hchr A J H llli.ims, Morrell, stamiora lor Now York. Schr Lnnly, Morrell. Stamiora for New York. Sc ir Charley MHIer Jones, New Haven lor New York. ? !'r Sfrt- wUliams, Staintora lor New York. York' Smith, Bowman, New Bedford for New M(>rrell. Rtamfori for New York. . ?c, >'o!inson, Newport for Elizabethporu York" Bowon. Golden, Providence for New York" W,l,iam 0 Irlsh? Tyrrell, Providence for New Schr K Tinker, Providence for New York. Schr Bedahedac, Knowlcs, Portland, Ct, for New York, with stone to order. Hcln- U B Metcalf, Handy. Providence for New York. Bchr Niger, Thompson, Denis for New York. Hchr Murv 11 II MilTlin, Ferris. Warren for Vcw York. ~ >f. Latham, Nantucket for New York, with flsh to order. ' schr Robt Blair Brooks, Fall River for New York, flsh /"order euJ,,1<' -N*an'uc?ct lor New York, with , (VhV Nl ,Vl}s7,r /r, Kelly, New Bedford for New York, with boards to Rode A Co. ?w??. Hchr Cornelia, Hurley, Fall River for New York. Schr L> (i Hoyd. ( llffnrJ, Newport for New York. York 0 Raymond, Lloyd, Providence tor New Schr ? M Tvler, Rorden, Fall River for New York. L'r f . ??"'] Uer, Blniaiell, Cromwell for New York. York 210 Armstrong. New Bedford lor Ntw Sch'r Maria, Barbour, Westcrlv for New York. hchr 11 lllackman, Arnold, Stonlngton for New York HS'SSf.?"?: Tnrner, Providence tor Elizabethport. York llliani fhomin, Littiejohn, Providenco lor New Schr W II Wilthden, Providence for New York Schr D L Sturges, Clia-e, New Bad lord for New York. ici!ri.^],rw ' ! hase, Now Bedford for New York. Schr r l.odine. hilvi. Providence (or New York Schr Warsteed, Phinney, New Haven for Port Johnson. S| iir A(l?lia [?ellcla, Elliott, Norwich for New York. Schr I Sis. I h'lllDS, New Bedford lor New York. Schr Bonnoke, Phillips, Taunton lor New York. York y A Tabtr' Newman, New Bedford for New cC!.,r o?,1Je? ?"!c: W'l^on, New Haven for New York. Schr Robert Smith, Keed, Portland lorNew York, with stone to order. ' Schr Helen Mar, Nickcrson, Boston for New York. Schr Eliza Hamilton, Cole. Providence for New York , c ir Delphi. Alley, Bristol for Nc%v York. bchr P.cd Wing, l>a\ Is, Wood's Hole for New York frchr tt hlstler Keele, Tounton for New York Schr Scud, llallowell, Brl>tol for New York K hr K E Potter, Kllsworth, Providence for New York steamer Dons, Young, Providence lor New York, with md?c and passengers. ^ lw* BOHND EAST. Steamshln Franconia. Braw. New York To- Porflan t ^schr Maggie Cummins, Smith, Philadelphia for Coh'as ^chr AS Wiley Beckwith, New York for Plymouth. Schr Warstod, i liinnev, New York lor Providence. dence Mercer, ltackett, ElUabethport torl'rovi schr 8 H Scranton, Pease, Ambov for Boston. hchr i I. Adams, Bobbins, Philadelphia for Bosfon. hchr Mora, Slates, New York lor Vineyard Haven. v|hc"r Lllwood Doran, Jarvis, Alexandria lor Now Ua Schr Niagara, Horton, New York for New Haven Hchr Mary E Kankiii, Fuller, Philadelphia for Boston, hchr Reading Kk iNji H, (iaiidv, Ambov for Hartford, hchr I lieu Loin?i, Bishop, New York for Warren Schr John W Bell, Hearse.1 New York for TaSntSSi Schr Peerless, smith. Iloboken for Fall River. Schr R B Clark, OdI.ur, Philadelphia for Providence. Schr 0 old en Kav. Davis, New York for New Bedford. Rlv " ^ fish burn, W ashlmrn, lluverstraw for Fall wich' 8arfth Babcock- B?boock, New York for Oraen Schr J II Bartlett, Harris, Hoboken for Providence, ren J l'urney. Uurney, Port Johnson for Now na S,!hr Seaport. Bulley. New Vork for Fall River. he hr J H Perry, Kelly, Philadelphia for New Bedford. Schr Kane J llovt, Arnold, Baltimore lor New Haven. Schr Eil. n Merrlam, Spear, Klizabethport for Bristol. Hchr Sarah A Jones, Nickersoa, New >ork tor Boston Schr Virginia. Thompson. Port Johnson (or Ipswich, ' Schr 1 1 o'igress, York. l.liMbethport for Portsmouth. S< hi VV in Allen, Jones, Baltimore lor Bridgeport. Schr W Usher, Brarse, New York tor Boston, set ( Covering, Chase, Port Johnson lor Somer Schr Elvira, Bancroft, Philadelphia for Boston. Schr Empire, Jones Port Johns. m tor New London hchr ( lara Jane, Shaneks. New *ork for Bosion. Schr I c ( raits, lircnorv. New York for Boston. *ohr Kntire, Klnne ir, New York lor Newport Pawtucke,UC A huiler' 8,rU kland. Port Johnson for SAILED. Steamships Ontario, St Thomas, Ac ; Richmond, Nor folk, -hips Mnnanua \ I, l.lsbou ; C silda, lsindon barks Htrossmvar, Odessa ; Blue Blru, UihralUr ; Orion, Cork or Palmuuth; Concurrenten, Morgan Pill; I.iiclle, Cork; Christina, Venice , brigs Lydia li Cole, St Jago and Ouan tanamo, Eola, Odessa; Ooldlng Star, Manznnillo ; Pearl, Barbados; ? Gordon, Plciou, NS; Hns.?ex, Wilmington deuasf '"'Icciric spark, Cayenne; Maygiu h Oray, Cor Wind at sunset, E, fresh. Marina Dlsaitsra. 8chr Q >N ^cott (suppowd rroiii Calais for Tiverton) carried away her foremost head In boatiug InW the month of He aeon net Klver, p.m 20th inst PisHtwo sciir Mabv Kui.ts. before reported ashore on Port Hood Bar, has been condemned and ordered to be sold for the benefit of whom It may concern. Trcrso, June 10? The bark Martha (of Stettin), fWmi Philadelphia or Konlgsherg iprtroieum), ashore hare, is breaking up fasi; cargo itbainv saved. Wj?*a*iiroeT. June II? Tlie t>?rk Drvsden, fVom new York got off this morning an hour before high water, who luy . agreement CI') lor towing oft and ?10 tor tow lug to Pisde. wl ere she is now anchored. It Is thought i hu haa uoi sustained any damage. RliaeellAneoaa. The pnrser of the steamship Cas alia, from Glasgow, ha* onr thanks for favors. Purser J R Vainlusen, of the steamship Rapldan, from St Domingo City, Ac, haa our Uianka for the prompt delivery of our despatch)*. Ao. The purser of the steamship City of Mexico, from Nas sau and Havana, will accept our thanks for the prompt delivery of our flies and despatches. 8mr BuiLDino at KsNNascnaroRT, Ml? Capt N L Ttimiipsoii is building four schooners, upwards of BOO tons each. Also a ship oi about I, Mo tons, for Thayer A Lin coln, Boston, ami has a frame for another shii) of 2,000 tons. David Clark Is building two schooners. Perkins A Ward two schooners. Ticknor A Xhompoou have a liunie for a ship of 2,000 tons. L*tTircBBi>--Prom the yard of J M Bsytes A flon. In Port Jeflernon, LI, on Jnne it, a hatidsome *? hr of about 100 Ions capacity, named the Mary l.minor, and built for Car man A Kavnor, and others, of Froeport; to !>e employed In Ihe lumber trade, under commstid of ('apt Zoptiar smlih ller dimeita><>ns are:? Length of keol. 66 i'oet; >eam, tt)? laati bold, i>)i faat i Spoken. Scliool ship ">[rrTtrv. 2 ? > mile* 8 by H of Fire Wind, by pilot boftt Dp ?|(i Mitchell <r,8J1'P,o"rJ<? Toby. Sinnctt, from Cardiff for Callao, May Kvlat ly jrt M i..n ?!* ly \v number (.Br), from Belfast. I, for Quebec, June 2, '*[ *' |) |0n '>4rk Traveller (Br). Scott from Sew York for Buenos Ay res May 19. lat 35 N, Ion 33 W. . , . Bart Ilaocock, from I'lciou for Cienfucgos, Juno 19, 1st 42, Ion 63 20. ? ,, Brig I sis, from Baltimore for Boston, June 21, 23 miles sou tli of Fire Island (by pilot bout David .Mite bell, ho. ?)? Brig R B Gore, irom tiwausea for rruviJcuce, Juuo 17, lat <0 2ft Ion #2 M. Brig WMlow Brae (Br), from Now York tor Plctou. June 21. lilt 41 30, Ion f<<> 45. Behr Bertha (Br), from Hallffcx for Demerara, June 13, lal 40 40, iou 63. Foreign Porta. Afto t, April SO? Sailed, ship Coulnakylo (Bri, Jopp, Ccbu. to load for San Francisco. Bonaire, June 4? In port bark Florence, for Boston, Ida. Baracoa. Jnne 14? In port schr* L A Webb, for New York, ldg; Azelda and l.aura. Mclndoe, for do. do. Caibakien, Juno 10? In pert, bark Mary 0 Dyer, for New York ; schr O K Elmer, Corson, for do. Cardenas, June 13? Arrived, brigs Manson, Gllkey, Philadelphia ; A II Curtis, Mcrrlman, do; Maze, Hooper, Matanzas; schr Mary Louise., slmpson, Ba'h. Arrived 17th, brig Rnvra, Matanzas; 17tb, bark Carrie Wvmtn, Cochrane, Havana. Failed 13th, bark l.lzrie II Jackson, Warwick, north of Hatter as; brigs Kodiak, Downing, and Fidelia. While, do; Robin (Br). Boston ; 8 Bishop, (lllkev. New York; 14th, schrs Irvine, Azcvedo, north of llaueras; Marcus Hunter, Henley, ,To. flailed lfith, bark "Belalzc," Falmouth; brig Daisy, McCarthy, north ol llaltcrus; gclir A R Weeks, Farr, do; 17th, bark Annie Augusta, Turner, do: brigs Jomc, Petti grew, Sairua; Win Welsh, (Jay, Caibarien. Cienftegos, June 11? Arrived, lark Poomeran*(Br), Reward, St Jago; 12th, brig Chieftain (Br). Roche, Kings ton, .la; schr Sardonyx (llr), Banks, do; 13th, brigs Countless (Br), Hopewell, Ponce; Transport (Br), Knva ntt'gh. St Jago;' Beauty (Br), Sinclair, Kington, Ja; litn (not 17th). schr George Peabodv, White, Barbados. Sailed 13th. bark Augusta C small (Br), O'Brien, Boston ; 14th, brigs Daisy Bovnton, Appleby, do; Johu Slmy, Nickersen. do. Grand Turk, T I, June 10? Arrived, brigs Alice (Br), Montgomery, New York; Queen (Br), Baker, Boston; 12th. bark James E Ward, Wiley, Baltimore lor St Jago (put In for modical assistance, tor captaia, und sailed 11th lor destination in charge ef the mate, Mr Moore). Hono Kono, May 12? In port steamer t'anton (Br), Jaques. for flan Francisco; Vurks luverdourie (Br), Pe ters. for Hollo, to load lor London, New York or Boston; Ellen Rlckmtrs (Ger). ltahn, lor do to linid lor New York or Boston (both chartered on priva'e terms). Havana, June 15? Arrived, steamships Lai/os (Br), Peg den, New York; Havana, Pentiinfton, New Orleans. Arrived 18th, steamer Agnes. Staples, Galveston : bark Palestlna (Br), Ford. Baltimore; 2Sd. steamship Colum bia, Curtis New York. Sailed 13th, barks Klllot Ritchie, Hut"hlnson, New Or leans; 15th, Carlton, Covins. Matan/as; Norton Stover, Sherman, Cardenas; schr Edward Wufte, York, New York; 16th, brigs Harry, Brown, Cardenas; 17th Ida C, Williams, Boston; Aylesford (Br), Dixou, New York; schr Jefferson Borden, Patterson, do. flailed 17tb, brig O C Clary, Anderson, Boston ; schr S O King, Sleeper. Pascagotila. Hovili.k. June 23? Arrived, steamship Olympia (Br). Young, New York for Olsspow. Matanzas, Jun? 13? Arrived, brigs Mzzie W Ylrden, Beatiy, Kaltlmore; Harry, Sedgley, do; 14th, Home, Genu, Bangor. Arrived 17th. bark Carlton. Cogglns, Havana ; brigs A B Stover, Gardner, Philadelphia; Lily (Br), Lawrence, Asninwall. sailed I4tb. brigs Anita Owen, Pettlnglll, Qneenstown ; Minnie Fraub, Dickson, Philadelphia; schr Edna liar wood, Harwood, Baltimore: 16th, bark Acacia. Robinson, Philadelphia ; brigs Acelia Thurlow, Galiison, New York ; Alice Starrett, Itooper, north of Hatteras; Concord, Kelley, Baltimore. Sailed I7th, barks Jennie Cobb, Packard, Palmonth, E; Ann Elizabeth, Phelan, north of Hattcras; schr Julia A Merrill (Br), Babbldge, do. Plymouth, June 22 ? Arrived, steamship Westphalia (Ger), flchwensen, New York for Hamburg. Pout Caledonia, Jnne 10 ? In port, brig* Acadia and New Era, for New York; svlirs E A F Williams, Eureka, and Tasso, for do. Pictou, Ns, June IS? Arrived, barks Geo Walker (Br), Forbes, and Edgar Cecil (Br), Anderson, Now York (not as before). Qoebnstowh, Juno 22, 7 AM? Arrived, steamship City of Baltimoro (Br), Ellison, New York for Liverpool ; 23d, 2 AM, Manhattan (Br), Price, do for do. Also arrived 23d, 2 PM, steamship Oceanic (Br), Kiddle, New York for Liverpool. Hwatow. April id? Sailed, ship Talbet (Br), Simons, New Tort Shanoiiak, April 23? Arrived, bark Juno, Blcthen, Kee lung (and sailed 29th for Nagasaki, to load lor SUanghae at S3 25 ner ton). Bailed May 6, bark Galveston, Briard, Nagasaki. In port May 4, hark Chieftain (Br), Hamlin, lor Swa tnw, to load for San Francisco: brigs Admiral, Smith, for Nagasaki and back; Vesta. Percy, for do do. Saoua, June 9? Arrived, brig Tsidora Rlonda (Br), Plummer, Havana: 10th. bark Mary McKee, Sharp, do. Arrived 14th. bark Joshua I.oruig, Marshall, Cardenas. Sailed 10th, brigs Star, Coolc, Boston ; Clara Jenkins, Philadelphia; scnrJ S A L C Adams, Price, north of Uatteras. Sailed 14th, bark Tmpersdor (Br), Simon ton. Baltimore. Trinidad, June 10? Arrived, brig Ellcu P Stewart, Hol land, Philadelphia. Sailed 13th. bark ClenfUegos, Norgrave, Philadelphia; schr L S Davis, Sterling, New York. WiiAMroA, May 10? In port ship Jean Pnnds (Br), Lcfa vour, lor Takao. to lead for San Francisco; barks Jenny (Qurt, Hartmann, for New York. fP*R Steamship Wyoming. 1 Antwksf, Jnne 10? Arrived, Bessie Parker. Fnrosworth, and llattio M, Cunningham, New York Sailed 9th, Ida E, Do ane, Boston ; David Taylor, Buth erford, Sydney, CB. Alexandria, June 1? Arrived, Benedetto, Caflero, New York via Gibraltar. Boston, June? In Clayhole 10th, Paul, Bogel, from San Francisco. Bristol, Jnne 10? Arrived, Ceres, Fallstrom, Now York; Glimpse. Endlcott, Philadelphia. Brkmerhavkn, June 7? Arrived, Leipzig (s), Jaeger, Bal timore. CARntrr, June 9 ? Cleared, Fmbla, I.arsen, New York, Copenhagen, June 7? Passed, Louise Wichards, Wilde, from New York for Cronstadt. Deal, June 10? Arrived, King Harold, Schwing. London for Philadelphia (and sailed 11th) ; lltli. Lady Elizabeth, Cobbett, New York tor London (and proceeded). Passed 10th, Arracan, West, troui San Francisco for Newcastle. DuNr.KNicss, Jnne 9? Off, Presto, Rogers, from Rotter dam for Sydney, CB. I)i;bun, Juuo 9? Arrived, Belvedere, Bursley, flan Francisco. Cleared 9th, Anna nowitz, noff. New York. KAsysorRN*. Tuue? Passed Beachy Head 10th, Corrtel, Patten, from Philadelphia lor Hamburg. Elsinoke, June? In the Sound 7th, Avondale, Evans, from Galveston tor Cronstadt Hull. June 10? Arrived, Splrito, Ftnngher. New York. 11 AMnrtRO, June 7? Arrived. Yotin,' Eagle, Dick. Pisa gua: 9th, Frithiof (s), Brunn, New York. Arrived at Cuxhaven Juno 9, Geruianli (s), Winzen, New Orleans, Ac; Island Light, MeFec, Hagua. Ilri.voKr. June 9? Cleared, Dulsberg, Holies, Baltimore; Preciosa, Franken, America. Havre, June 7? Sailed, Eureka, Holloway, Cape Bre ton. Iloilo, April 19 ? Sailed, flwlftsuro, Carey, Sandy Hook for orders, Liverpool, June 10? Arrived. Partbla (s). Watson, and Queen of the Fleet, Holmes, New York; Annie M Young, Murphy, Peinambuco; Scandinavian (s), Smith, Mon treal; Rising Sun, Prout. Pcnsacola. Off Holyhead 10th, Adept, Mitchell, from Mobile for Liverpool. Cleared 10th. Rose Brae, Wlicox, City Point, Ac: Light ning. Chatfield, Singapore; Athlete, Goudv, Svdney, CB. Knterea out 10th, Berwick is), Ward, Philadelphia ; El liotts, Rumbelow, do; Die Tugend, Bugduhl, Alexandria, Va. London, June 10? Arrived, Iona, Klein, Pcnsacola ; 11th, Rjukan, Keyahold t, do. Cleared 19th, Emmanuel, Hanson, Philadelphia. Arrived at Gravesend 10th, Meiiam, Osmont, New York. Sailed 10th, Nanta, Ivaneich, Boston. Londondkrbt, June 10? Arrived, Kragero, I.arsen, New York. In tho river 10th, Roea Danovaro, Cavassa, from New York. Lkhiiorn, Juue 7? Arrived, nelcn Sands, Woodside, Ali cante. Poole, June 11? Arrived, Dryaden, Shack, New York for Ncwry (see Disasters). PiLiAtt, June 0? Arrived, nolene, Falck, and Alf, Stein, Philadelphia ; 7th, Re;la, Lars< n. do. Palkrho. June 2? Arrived, itichd Pe arse, Rarlaby, Tri este. Scii.lv, June 8? Arrived, America, Bartlett, Now York, for orders. Passed the Lizard 11th, J F Whitney, Spicer, from Rot terdam lor England. Swansea, June lo? Arrived, Jouston, Eklund, Pensa cola. 8 1 1. Lorn, Juno? In the Bay 10th, Satsuma, Crisp, from San Francisco. Stettin, June 6? Arrived, Sonnabond, lliehack, Phila delphia. SwiNEHUNDE, June 4? flailed, Idollqar, Banks. PlUau. Stockiiolv, May '.'6? Arrived, Nathania, Mlcholfen, Philadelphia ; 4?h, Svend (s), Hansod, New \ork. Trikste, June 6? Arrived, I'asqualc Ajello, LaNasa, and flo'e, Vervena. New York. VEwfNOR, Jnne? Off the Wight 7th, Libra, Jorgensen, from New Orleans for Weval; Lara, Fulton, from Phila delphia for Antwerp ; Nancy M, Dexter, troin New York for do; 9th, Kcpubllk, Fortmann, from dolor Bremen. W aterpord, June 11? Arrived, Mlnule Campbell. Isaac son. New York. Wellington, NZ, March 29? Sailed, Chattanooga. Free man, Duuedtn. American Ports. ALEXANDRIA, June 21? Arrived, schr West Denis, Boston. Sailed ? Scbrs John Griffith, Jersey Cltv ; Bonny Boat, Boston. BOSTON, Jnne 21-Arrlved, schr H n Flsk, WUon, Alexandria. Cleared, schr* llenry Adelhert. Flsk, Georgetown, DC; Frank Herbert, Crowell, Philadelphia; Hickman, Crock er, Woodbrldge, NJ ; Ida L, Bearse, Kennebec via Phila delphia. Sailed, steamers Seminole and Norman. tid? Arrived, bark Helena, Snow, Melbourne via Port Chalmers; sehrs Kmi-llne (Br), (Thisholm, Inagua; Addle L Cutler, Smith, Jacksonville ; Ann E Clover, Terry, do; John Somes (of Mt Deseret). Heath. Wilmington, NC; Hyena, Clark, Choptank Klver; Matnew Kinney, Barter. Baltimore; Howard, Wooster, do; Lehman Blew, Clark, Philadelphia; Wm A Jones, Davis, do; Justlua, Stlnsnn, EII/.aliethport: Abbott Devereaux, Rich, Port Johnson; Sarah Bur nice, Proctor, Holioken; Mary B Dyer, Rand. New York. 23d? Arrived, steamers Wm Crane. Howes, Baltimore; Roman, Baker, Philadelphia; Nereus, Bearse, New York; barks Bridgeport. Morgan, Genoa; Luigi SfAusti, Anto nlch, Antwerp; Venture (Br), Sagna: brigs Klla, Tru pani: Randolph Paysuti (Br), Uldrtdge, St Johns, PR; schr Tetumah, Charleston. Od? Arrived, brigs Marv E Ladd (Br), Porter, Surinam; Josie A Devereux, Hoboken; schr Abide Bursley, Pascagotila. BALTIMORE, June 21? Arrived, barks Clllton (Br), Raffle, Jr. Pernambitco, via Hampton Kouds; Prince Hassan (Br), Gaston, NUgo, I; schr Helen, Perry, Now York. cleared 21st, steamer Baltimore (Ocr), Llllenhnln, Bre men; barks Satellite (Br>, Turner, Bellast, 1; t ai l Gu-tal (Kuss , Selfort, Oiieenstown or Palmonth for order,,. Jo S'Pliine (Br), McFarland, Brldgewater. NS; brigs CUas A H'iard (Dan), Nevelle. 8t Thomas; Salnval Colpel (Br), Sptirr, Bear River, N8; Frances Jane, Harvev, Pernam buco; Wm McKesn (Br), Wolff, Ht Tnnmas; schrs E It Emerson, 8now, Boston , F Merwin, Pearce, Boston: C A N Rogers. Cubberly, Bridgeport ; J W Fish, Rivers, Boston. Sailed 20th, bark Pleiades. Norfolk; list, steamer Baltl more, Bremen; barks James A Richard Walsh. New York; AqtUdneck, Rio Janeiro: Helios, Bellsst Ire; Hermes, (jleenstown : brigs Colorado. St John. NB; Frances Jane, Pernambuco; schr Tempo, Bt John. NB. BATH, June 19? Sailed, schr K F Hart, for a Southern port, with Ice. BANGOR, Jane 20-Arrtved. brig Ercolo, Gravonc. Pa lermo. Cleared -Jtebrs Knight. Veazle, New York ; ChstUnoo fei toVST"1* ? Abbou Lawrence, Grlffln, Phlla BEVr"rLY, June It ? Arrived, schrs A Woolley, King; Fanny Flint, Warren, and Ocean Traveller, Adams, Phil adelpbls. BR I ft TOL, June 10? Sailed, ?ehr nattie Coombs, Jame son. Philadelphia. 2lst? Mailed, schrs M II Carlisle, Nortbrup, New York; Amos Brlggs. Knaiip, Haverstraw. t'll A RLEhTON, June 23? Arrived, brig Osceola, New ^ork; schrs Ida Richardson, Bedell, do; 11 (J Dewltt, Richmond, Me. Sailed? He.hr Lllllas, Orlfl'i, New York. Cleared 20lh, schr Fanny l Ike, Robbln.t, Now York. Dan VKIU4, June 19? Arrived, s?hr J U Grldln, Gould, Now York. FFnjrATOITA (not Pensacola), Jtrne U?Arrtrea fciff Leulsa Smith, Webber, New York! IV a* Kn* r,n. ared 120i, bark Blair Atliol (Br), X?ato i Fortress MONROE, June 23-Pa*ed In, shin Deaf mar (Rims), KoUtrom, from Liverpool; hart 6l.ina (Ifc.ff fio'K'ttW Cork; brig. 1-ria itfev) ohlson, frotfi dlftofc E 1! Gates, from Demerara; Edith Hall, Oliver frour ?.??* o^iuuS C' from do fur U*Ufax. j ?w k .k- . ?w"!^ 19_A,r.rlv^1' scbrs Fakir. Knowlea/ ElizubetlWrt; Marietta Hand Hallnck, NewbnrgT Hunlillti fierce, Fl!*udon, do; ihe.Klore dean, EvuoU fieorcetoMi ; Anthony Burton, Johnson, ami Essex) Handy Ptrt Johnaon; fl W Hiake, Blake, and Roberf Blair. Brooks. Havcrstraw; I II Borden, DoJu'e. Ni?i ^ <rk ; R 8 Itean, Macoinher, Hobokcu. . balled? ?clir? Henry Cole, Chad wick ; Cahlnef, West4R? Mediator, 1'avls, und Peaccdalc, Caswell, New Torkl Oust. Martin, Trenton. * Kith? Arrhed, schra Key. Chace, Pou/hkeepslef Fountain, Oago; Prudence, Halsey, and "Heen," Nev* York; Baltimore, France*, Kli/.ab"thport. ) Sailed? So lira Ptill .>lieridan, Muri>hvjCJ Frrlckson/' Jav lie j S M Tyler, BordeD, and Julia Ann, Howell Netl York. 21*>*-Arr1ved, *chr Ida S Burgess, Llmeburnor, Pavfinl nah via Somerset. OALVESTON, June 22? Arrived, steamship City of Au* tin. Kid ridge. Now York via Key West. GRHENPORT, LI, .Tune 11 ? Arrived, schrs Favorifv Clark, Pawtucket lund sailed Iruti for I'h I lad el pit i a : 17tiJ K K Oildersleevc, Young, New York; 18th, A Fulkeuburiii. Racket Philadelphia via Orient. JACKSONVILLE, Jiiuh 17? Cleared, schrs JO Drowv Carter, Belfast: Ben Borland. Snelght. New York; istlij -aiiird, Uogau, Hudson, NY; M M Heath, Nichols, riavtU MOBILE, Juno 17? Arrived, bark Charles E Leary, Ba< ker, Boston ; schr 11 A Hunt. Ho'mes, New York. E?!U,^fc??l|r A'?*. Saunders, Pensacola. NEW ORLEANS, June W? -Sailed, steamship Liberty* a'dlflMi Baltimore, via Uavaua and Key West. 1 ^ "jj?Arilved, steamship Emily 11 Soudcr, hurdick, Kct* K,)ik^^aV,sh">?,Sh??ftn' D?ker, New York. '? Moi ? S naI16 21-Arrived. steamships Memphis (Brl/ Ui wRri J! Or'ea.na for Liverpool (and cleared) ; Sf Ntoofai? ifavana 1 Do* Magdalanos (Sp)/ RmShSi l?-Arrlvod. schr E H WlUUm* NhWPORT, June 20, PM ? Arri ved, schrs Phil Sharfdftnj Murphy. Fail River for New York; Wm Voorhls Gold) smith, l r?vi(len?e lor Haverntraw; Aiuj>h Britr?* knai>D* Bristol for do; Scud. Hallowell, do for New York' PP*? hailecl? ?chr? Monitor, Bowditeh. N?w York* Addltf Murehle, Olbbs, Portsmouth, NH, for Philadelphia ? W n he.hnhf' ?f,W I!etlf?rd fpr New |ort?'l A Jloon? i S>i p? ' A"enj nn<1 Minerva, Brlghtman, ftoirf lor do . ' fOT d0i barfth Bruen' imi'' Provldencrf wif?,VA31""'\Tr,ved' /?chr w?tch(\jl, 0111, Plymouth fo* Boston 8Ulaluer CliU'? ClariU, i"ierc?, New York lo< Wick ~N rrr?nr v .wh?L^haJ ?a7lltier, L?rwto, New Bran* Bedford fo? Ne vvVork '' U GhMC> ,romNe^ RSfv.?P'Th:hrt Uenry p H?uock. from Newbnre foe \pw h av6,(v t 2opSf' a Pers ??*>?ken for do. T?(n ro?S(,i!7Sc,irs Alico B Gardner, Turner, New York j Add?o P ATe7JnlRi.n ; $ inUl,m,rt- ?rlffln, Baltimore} ^(iciio ! Avery, Rvan, do; Allen Gurnev. Gnrn^v Rnmil 0Uoit;,|?SPrMTairyT,??rn^1 Hicham, New York rDty' R0"^ lie & Stahi, Charleston LoneReach' Kht NeW reneeN1ndl^kJune U-c,eMed. ?chr E H Clark, Law ''"''i11-'' Pr<"MS55TiIi'. Im? ^Sd-Arrivod, bark Florence Peters, Mitchell, Matan-' tJr ?~Tho Bt"?mshil) Vaverland (Dutch). * ?! ^ ?ea reaterday fUternoon. ' I'O^RTLAVn JmH?9i' * ive^ Afc")(l foT orders. Sairua- PaJtm.n ^?'J.1.~KArrl^: bri?" Mechanic. Gonldi +, ^ J ?"??? ^ipuchen, Boston ; schm Potouiae Car' PbRTBMn1^ :^Ure,ka' Norwood, Uohokei? ^ < . ? '-'KTSMOUTR, NH, June 19? Arrived nohra T T ton, Talpey; B 0 Terry, Cranmer: John' W Hall Powell and D^Mnn' PWladeiphla : M Bewail. Low* New York * W m ^ 0 h n?nZ: Corvo< Pickering; ton Hoboten ' *Qd ?onnecticut, Pen.iloi ion. uopoKen: surprise, Harmon, and Ilollv Yarden^ Newcastle POrt 5 K ^Sur, Qrcen, Port Johnson for a? ?ri t trfl |CR|in v? M n n h'~"i ^ VCfl ' "ChrS Ma 8 Buf? V. u o ? .^ttva'innh. via f-omerset; Mist, Mnncv. Trenton; Siinbeam, Blley, Trenlon; Eliza Pharol 'Vlcr",an'- Eli^abethporl; Berllia, Conover 8ontli Amboy fbr Pawtucket; Palcnfte, Howes Porl Johnson; Maria .Lousia, finow, do; Eel I rise Dixon Pouffhkeensle : Helen Mar, Ward, Rondont ; K A i Oaklev*1 FmTlv'c' Aureus Hondout} Cold SDrin? n0* w)bany,i FmP're, Mathews, i.oki spring, NY, John Croekforrt, Hart, lloboken- Jnhn hart, do: Estelle, Furnlss; To? HirtlSgS i New York; RM Clark, Huell, do* Verandu Pnnri d0?;.u'l7 Hawkins, Sand v Hook. P?nd? ? 0IneTS, McCle!lun, Howes, Norfolk; Cath-' f o ki^ !? ^ J Philadelphia; W P Clvdo Lauphlin, do; schrs Wm D Hilion, Weaver, Alexandria! Ondiw Holftnan, Philadelphia ; Frails l' Ooiilre.v^ Lartiartlne, Rut!er, do: M M Mer Kt .'oi?' ia i i ' Worthington . Terry, (io; Htorm R T hOrIh.?on V. m?l D,xon- Linton Polnt'f Aiiln i? ? ( . %vl?' Eoughkeepsie; Francis Burrltt. Allen, Rondout; iSinis Bodlne, Hilvie, do; Eversrreen Turner do; Horizon, Lect, do;' Martha Jaiie, Mot^do? Kate Scranton, Palmer, New York; Damon, Johnson do, Olive, Warren, do; Wm Thomas, Little' oh n do! llannle Westbrook, Llttlelohn. do ; Wm D Carglll, "Rich! B?1 ow wf H.^??bSvJofr' d^! ^"?din. Nichols, do Un'line. ^Emmons, do. ?W,ght DaTld8?u' Frcc?'an. port1 ;T<Jirs ^Clf n r tne*"1!? ores! '(fo or ge t o \v n" ? ^Hcibert graham smith Philadelphia , James M BaTle's. Arnold ' K II zaheth port : A T Rowland, Rowland, Rondout; John Brooks, lox, Jersey City; Eliza J I^avnor Mitchell Hobokeh; Blackslohe. wfckvin, New York ' * Niiled? Kehrs Win C Bee, Chester, Philadelphia; Luclft P TUO kV T ? Jt!n^9|Ri,i ?Ii' J?ine",^NeW ^',rk B|? ah7- .-5 w urf "-Arrived, schrs American Ea ? V.-ti8*' vnd Wm Donn*l'y, Lvnch, Philadelphia; E k Bra*.^afera^rap"'hf.OCkWen' Silas Blakcman! Ne'w York21_ArrlVOd' 8teamshlP Isaa? B?? Wtl^s^eSI^W: E,lln?ien' Liverpool; schr w2niIANs^n^.?neii1^r?Sned'n,c1?r' 3 w Dean- r?rn Ialand Collins, Daricn; Wapella, Lo;i|f ?)lh-Pai!ert. schr Sarah L Davis, Cottrcll, Boston. 25 -Arr ye(1. schr Satilla. Ilnth. ?"U';;lrs.chr ''ornet (Br), Eluthera. SALEM, June 21? Sailed, schrs mo Poltlns Endlcott and Sarah J Bright, Kendall. Philadelphia. ' . /!i)lnvf ;, ?chr.? Abby Wasnon, Oray, and Rnth Tho m.is, Clifford, I ort Johnson; O W Olover, Holbrook, Ron Sailed ? Schrs Mary A Power. Willev AleTandrla ? in Cottirurham, Ayres/piiiliulelpliia: y> Alexan,,rta. -? 0 ti i i vD HAVEN, June 21? Arrived, brl* Anna Llnd?ley, Sow' York lor nillsboro, NB : schrs St Hubert Long Key for rio-ton; C F Young, Rondout for do" Whfe v'^- i?n^! h'ladelplila for?aleui; N Barry, Banior for Ne York ; Mary Hands. Hath tor do: Alpine, Portland !>n liin vMnlfi Marston, Port Caledonia, OB, for dot * i.h J m! i? ? 4 n?ve? for, <*0 ; Union, Portsmouth for do j Abby Morton, Boston fordo; Onward, Nantucket for dot Aji' , r"n,klin ,r ? Bobort B Smith. Rocknort, Mas*, fordo: I I'lmo and Clara Rankin, Boston for Richmond ? .1'pMinrJ'i k' Pi1, A'?any '< -'ane D McCarthy, Salem for I hilHdcl|ihia; Abble S Oakes. Buck's Harbor for do* Emma, Two Rivers, N8, for orders. Ior 00 ? Sailed, brig Onej Sea; schrs Yeamouth, J M Yander. joort. Freddie L Pother, Samuel Gilmun, Laura H Jones ijfK. u ? & Crrollne Knight, J P Ames, Copy. JamM 3 r n Express, Ann Lyon, Busntah, Mima, A i.onp nnd .T^n Snow Marla' Kato Qrant- w"ttney i nruv^ l-!]ri?r Wh,' ,eUk^ Flirabethport for Salem r Hattle B. Hot'okan lor do; schrs Horatio, Nichols, Mos. quito Inlet for Boston; Lettie Wells, Brunswick for doi lielinont Philadelphia for Portland; Fannie Hanmer, do tor Nantucket; Mariha Maria, Etizabethport lor i'ly. m nth; Ijebanah, Port Johnson for do: Ellen Barneit lloboken for Round Iond, Me; Ruth lialsey, Roildoul ? it* Bluff; Loaue, St Johns for orders. Sailed, all before reported, excepting brig nattle B ?chrs Emellne Mclalnn, Ruth Halcay, Lottie Weill Horatio Nichols, and Kllen Ra-nes. em. _2.-M-Arrlv.-d, tchrs O M Wenfworth, New York for Calais; Mary Pery, Port Johnson lor Augusta; Tah York'Vor Boston! r0 ' Bo,t"n; Ko??r Williama, New pii'ed, brig Hattie B, and schrs Lottie Wells, noratlo WILilNfm.v ' mr?^."m2inrery^8"d 'I M W''"'w"rth. 8 hn i h, Ne w bury portf a>"Clcaro'1' BCh' A "^d. MISCKI.IiA \ ROUS. ABSOLl'TE DIVORCES OBTAINED FROM COCRT3 of different Sta'es; legal everywhere; no publicity! no ices In advance: advice free; commiasioner for every State. _ FREDERICK I. KING. Counsellor -atrlaw, 363 Broadway. ABSOI ute DIVORCES OBTAINED from differ put States, legal cverv where ; desertion. Ac., sufficient cause ; no publicity requircd.no charge until divorce granted ; advice Iree. M. HO U.^B, Attorney, 194 Broadway. A? HERALD BRANCH OKKICR. BROOKLYN, ? corner of Fulton avenue ami Hoe rum street. Open rrom H A. M. to 9 P. M. On Sunday from 3 to 9 P. M. A SUPERB TONIC AND INVlO' )RATOR-WINCnES TER'S II YPliPIIOSPHATE OF LIME AND SODA: a perfect cure lor Ocneral Debility and Weakness of all kinds; also Nervousness and Night Sweats and Wasting; stimulates the appetite and produces most refreshing sleep: excellent tor delicate ladies and mothers nursing their iniunis. fry it- Sold bv alt druggists. $1 and $2 per bottle. J. WIXCUEbTEft A CO., ChemUU, 36 Jobn street. New York. CONSUMPTION CAN BK CURED. J SCURNCK'S PULMONIC SYRUP, SCHENCK'S SEAWEED TONIC, 8CnENCr8 MANDRAKE PILL9, are the only Medicines that will cure Pulmonary Con sumption. Frequently medicines that stop a cough will occasion the dciilli ot the patient Thev lock up the liver, stop the circulation ot the blood, hemorrhage follow*, and, in tact, tlicv clog the action of the very organs that causod thu cough. _ ... Li\ er Complaint and Dyspepsia are the causes of two thirds of the cases of Consumption. Many persons com plain of a dull pain In the side, constipation, coated tongue, puln In the sliouider blade, feelings of drowsiness nn<i restlessness, the food lying heavily on the stomach, Moompamod with acidity and hoichlng up of wind. 'i lies? symptoms usually originate from a disordered condition of the stomach or a torpid liver. Persoua so affected, If they take one or two heavy colds, and it the cough in these caaes be suddenly checked, will find the stomach and liver clogged, remaining torpid and Inactive, and, almost before tliey are awaro, th? luiigs are a mass of sore* ami uloeratcd, the result of which Is death* Kchenck's Pulmonic Syrup Is an expectorant which does not contain opium or anything calculated to chock * s'cb cock's^ Seaweed Tonic dissolves the food, mtxea with the gastric Juices of Uie stomach, aids digestion ana create* a ravenous sppeUte. When the bowels ar< costive, skin sallow, or thn symp toms otherwise of a biUow tendeuoy, Scuonck'* Man drait- Pills are required. * Thl?e medicines are prepared only by J. H. SCUENCJC * SON., Northeast corner Sixth and Arch sts., Philadelphia. And arc for sale by all druiglsus and dealers. Wholesale agent, JNO. F. HENRY, No*. 8 and 9 CoUefe plaee, New York. 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