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THE SAVINGS BANKS.
Superintendent Ellis en Their Situation. IV Pi 11 Minn REMIT TE BANCS Stt'S?. The sodden, but no! unlocked for suspension of the Third Avenue Saving* Bank, with the consequent Hurry which that event raused in the minds of the depositors in :t and in other savings bunks, coupled with the strenuous efforts mods by Wall street operators to create a panic in savings bank stock* have are used pub lie. attention. Tho people have demanded irom the officers of those banks statements of the actual (luanei&l conditions id those Institutions No man In the !-'tate should know more than Mr. D. C. Ellis, Superintend ent of the Banking Department, relative to the savings banks. Ho arrived at tho Metropolitan Hotel Hundny evening, and yesterday wa. mot by a Herald reporter, who ?atd to him:? ? Will you be kind enomrh to tell mo what you know about the financial status of the savings banks in New York county?" '? Wiih pleasure; but I wish you, as a representative ?f the Buuto, would correct a false impression made upon the public mind in reference to tny action and speech relative to the Third Avenue Savings Bank in this city. It has been reported that I knew the bank to be insolvent, but allowed it to continue rXTIL THE FAIL PRE, under tho plea that none but poor women and working men would .suffer. No such conversation ever took piaco with me; neither did 1 know ol it until it was printed." "Will the Third Avenue Savings Bank make another report to you of its assets and liabilities?" ? No, .sir; it is now in the hands of the courts, and I have nothing to do with its affairs." "Toll me us closely as you can what dividend that bank w ill pay to depositors ?" "I visited that bank to-day. The receiver, Mr. Car man, will make his report to the Court. I have looked over Its liabilities and assets, and Irom the lai ts shown, 1 am of the opinion that the liank will pay between sixty mad seventy per cent on deposits. Their bunk buddings cost them $200,000." "The receiver told me $1!i5.000.''' "Their statements to roe are that the two buildings cost $200,000; one of Itiem, $18(1,000 and the othetS $20,000. I believe those statements to be correct. Now, placing their two buildings there at $125,000, and their Tarrytown and other real estate at half Its alleged value, I am etill of the impression that THE BASK WILL PAY ?v< t sixty, and nearly, if not quite, seventy per cent" "When did the tr >uble with that bank commence?" In 1808, under the then existing law, it ad vanced, as it seems it had a right to do, large sums to Mr. Dimock, of the Atlantic Mail Steamship Com par: y. Then followed the run on the batik in 1872, when it was compelled to sacrifice securities in order to meet demands for money by depositors, and its deposits ran down from six millions to ;wo millions, die re was no real necessity for the run, but the majority o! deposit ors in city savings banks are people of the lower clacs. who are riot capable of thinking out financial problems, and, if a paragraph appears in any "tie of the newspapers reflecting on the stability of a bank. Such depositors become excited, arid instantly demand their full deposits. They uo not know nor think that tlieir iniireft is paid by the bank irom in vestments in bonds, stocks and rcai estate, made with the accumulated deposits, and that a sudden detnand gift large sums must necessitate the immediate sale of such securities, almost always AT A t-.AUMfK!L But if they car; get tlie.r money and take it home they care nothing for the loss of five or six months' interest, which they would have gained by keeping tranquil, but, tak.ng the money bomi they put it under the bed ami have it stolen ur lend it to irienus who never pay it hack. "What is your official business in town ?" "I ,-Uall renin.n in the city lor several davs. During , that time 1 shall make my usual examinations." "Tell me what you know ol t lit- actual condition of the savings banks of the state, particularly those located in Bro* kiyn and the county of New York." "I have no hesitation .11 telling you that the savings hanks throughout the entire State are in as good, if not abetter condition, than they were live years ago." "Why do you ti.ink so ?'1 "Their statements prove It Besides, they have been working under more economical rules than formerly." "How many of the saving! banks in the whole Slate do you consider weak?" "Not over live, and the whole of their deposits wcil'f not amount to $500,000." "What has caused their weakness?" "They are young banks, started during THE TWEED RKOIMK, when mushroom banks were organized in that Interest throughout the State. Most of them have passed out of existi nee. The fow remaining, shorn ol their pro tect >rs have not been aula to attract enough deposits to pay their expeosea " "Will the winding up of those few final! banks you Speak of have any efiect on the standing ol the New Y01 k city savings banks ?" "Not the least." "Are you in favor of the creation of any more savings banks in this State ??' "No. sir, I am not. I think there are too many sav ings banks now. If some of thu small banks could be consolidated or absorbed by the larger bunks it would tn.d to make the banking ?;? stem of thisSiate healthier, but when the small banks are not in trouble tney don't want to be absorbed, and when they get into trouble, say like the TMivl Avenue Savings Bunk, none of the sound banks want to take theui in. to assume their debts uLd run the risks "What do you know about tho German Uptown Savings Hank V" "I was up there to-day. It Is safe. It has given sixty days' notice to deisj-itors who demand the withdrawal Ol "i tire deposits; but that was done to stop an antici pate. run. It 1 paying all otner demands promptly, and it.- depositors are sale." "Have you refused any applications for charters of new savings banks?" "Yes, three, within the last two months. Two appli cations uro now pending. One in that of the fatuy vesant, of Brooklyn." (The other is understood te bo the Irish American Bank, ol New York. "What w.i* the number ol savings banks in the State on January 1. 1b74, as compared with the number on January 1, 1875, when your last report was made?" "The wiiole numlier of savings institutions reporting January 1. 1874. was 155, against 158 on January 1 1876, the latter being the largest number ever in opera tion in this State. ' "What was the relative status in those two years ?" "The resources of ail oflliose bank* in 1874 amounted to $.107.5811,730, and the exce.-s over liabilities $21,448,Unit. In 1875, January 1, the re-ources tooled up $328,574,572, and llie excess over liabilities I $24,510,672. ?n increase of etgbt-teulbs of one per cent on 1 he total deposits for the year." "How does the new Savings Bank law, passed last May, affect the bunking system?" '?"it ha- already elfecl' d great good. Tt takes from the trustee* all power of parte :ipm on to tne moneys deposited, either ms borrowers, sureties, or GUARA.XTOKK Of BORROWERS, more than any previous bill has done. After its pass-1 age all individual or society deposits were limited 10 $.?>,000, exclusive of Interests or dividends. Besides that, dividends ure limned to six per cent uniil the sur- 1 plus interest amounts to over ten per cent on tho dc pii.-lih', when tho surplus inui-t be divided?at leu,-1 once in tbri e years?as an extra dividend. Also, the restric tion a to making loans on certain property is In creased. " "L'mler the present law can saving? banks loan money on proiniaory notes, draits, bile of cxxnaiigo or per fcou il security?" "No, sir, they cannot, such loan* are strictly pro hibit 'd." "Then, sir, you res ly think there ia no ground for alarm on the part ol rich or poor depositor* in toe saving* batiks ot the city or Slate of Now York, a* to the jaleiy of their money." "There is not. A* I said before, the saving* banks , of this Stale are in a sound condition fully equal to thai of live years ago. notwithstanding the decrease of value in real estate, lor the bunk officers have an ticipatid that duUino and have worked una cornier vauve belli." I THIRD AVENUE HAVINGS BANK. To-morrow evening a mass meeting of the depositor* of the Third Avenue Havings H.iuk will be held at the Uermania Assembly Room-k The purpose of the meet ing is the removal of the present rereiver of th" hunk's Moneys, on the advice of the Accountant, A. K. Mi lkmaid, and Thomas L>. CottUian, counsel to the insti tution. THE FRANCES FORGERY TRIAL. The second trlnl of Kbenexer Francis, Jr., on an in dlctment Tor forgery, in the Newurk Court, wan con eluded yesterday. As on the first trial the testimony was very conflicting. The State produced a number of highly respectable witnesses to prove that Francis was in Newark the day of the lorgcry und visited the bank w hen the forgery was committed The defence, on the other band, produced a number of witnesses, who tesii fled that he whs in New Haven the dsy of the forgery. 1 he jury were still out last evening, unable to agree, the '.tiaMM being that they will not agree. ST. FRANCIS' HOSPITAL. A fair was opened at the Sixty-ninth Regiment rrinory yesterday, the proceeds of which will go toward a Tund In aid of the German St Francis' Hospl 1.1. This Institution deserves tho sld of the public, as It is open for the trcatmenl of the sick In poor circum Stance, and no distinction whatever Is uiado as to their I litigious fail-lv ACCIDENT AT TIIE CENTENNIAL GROUNDS. THJ5 nUXEVOBI VOU AUEICULTVKAL HA1X BLOWM DOWN?'1 WJiL\ E WOttlMkN KERIOVHLY XXJCBED. Philadklpbia, Oct. 12. 1875. The city was thrown into an excitement this morn ing that tv u made men forget thu Ohio election for a tJtne, lor, according to first report*, it ru nothing lees tbau a terrible disaster to the Centonuial building! by which many men had been injured and a building de stroyed. Investigation showed this first rumor to bo exaggerated somewhat, the real extent of this lamenta uccidcut being as follows:? THIS ACCIDKKT. Agricultural Hall, the only one of tho Centennial bull lings nulj in an advanced stage toward completion, was commenced recently, the first earth for the foun dations having been dug on tho 4th of July lust. The lower walls were finished, and Mr. Quigley, the con tractor, la-gan eight days ago to set up the frame for the upper portion, which is to be of wood. Tho build ing is to be 630 feet in length by 466 in width, but about one-third of the mere skeleton framework of the struc ture already had been raised ut) to tins morning, the contractor having hurried the work. The timbers w re of hemlock, and bad been braced from east to west, inn not from north to south. At about eleven o'clock this morning the site of the building was the scene of the usual activity. A large number of workmen wero engaged in applying braces. A stiff wind was blowing at this time. Sud denly there was a terrific crash, immediately followed by another, and the whole structure, beginning at the southwest portion, came tumbling to the earth. The inlgnsrst excitement ensued among the army of work men employed in the vicinity, for it was known tliut several men were upon the frame when it (ell. When the unfortunates were extricated from the ddbrts it wus found ihat cone h id been killed outright, bni that -ev eral were seriously, perhaps totally, hurt. The follow ing are the names of tiir worwnicn. E Iward Moarcus, from Wilmington, Del., in the back and leg, John Ross, colored, living at No. 1,810 Summer street, badly. John Ha'ular, residing at Forty-first and Poplar street . William IIanion, colored, residing on Minister s-.n i t, between Seventh and Eighth, hurt about the head. Robert Morrow, slightly injured. Jantes Krwiu, slightly injured. Samuel Rutland, living at No. 1,342 Arch street, inter nally injured very badly, probably fatally. Hubert Myers, residing at No. 4,200 ilaverford avo nue. slightly injured. William Davis, residing at Eighteenth and Thompson Streets, seriously injured. George Flcsher, injuries not known. W. M. Kilpatrick, injured in buck and leg. There were several others who lortunmnly escaped with slight injuries. It was a marvel, considering ube weigh! ot the timbers ana their height, that any escaped wiili their Jives. TBI; CAtTSK OF TIIK DISASTER. The accident was undoubtedly due to the fact that the bracing was not snftlciont to withstand the strong winds which are liable in this partiou of the Park, from its exposed position. There were supports on two sides, but not in the direction from which tho wind was blow ing. The pecuniary loss is slight, and no serious delay wul result. INCENDIAKY * FLUB. About eighr o'clock last evutting afire broke out in a two story frame building on Van Cott avenue, near orchard street, Williamaburg, owned and occupied by George H. Stone as a sash and blind llactory. The Fire 1) jiartmcnt was quickly on hand and In an hour had the flames under control, but not before damage of at least $3,000 had been dono to stock, building and machinery. Tb ? unoccupied frame dwelling, owned by Frank Kenny, immediately adjoining the factory, was damaged $250 bjr fire and water. The lb rem. in of the la lory, Mr. Van Slyck. .suite- that at six o'clock the place was clean d up and closed as usual, and that there were then no evidences of lire, and Bone could have occurred, in Ins opinion, unless a match had been applied. The facts th?t the engine room is In an adjoining building, and that the lire hroke out in the hardware room, or place wherein the turpentine and oil were stored, give color to the sup position of incendiarism, and ihe matter will bo thoroughly investigated by Fire Marshal Kealy. OBIT L AKY. CHARLES F. O. REEVE. Charles F. 0. Kocvo, a prominent and wealthy resi dent of Nowburg, died yesterday, suddenly, of heart disease. Mr. Keeve was horn in Newburg in July, 1800, and was for several years au importing merchant of Charleston, S. C., but lor many years has resided in his native town, having retired trom business. He was a member of a luiruly that has been prominent in busi ness interests in that region lor a century just. NEW YORK CITY. The Board of Police Commissioners held an unim portant sc.--ion yesterday, transacting only routine business. The lour CommisslonofM wen present and no allusion was made to the recent correspondence from the Mayor. LONG ISLAND. Smallpox has broken out In the tenement house on Sixteenth street and West avenue, Hunter's Point. Herman Seizor, wbo was shot through the knee with a ramro d while witnessing a pigeon match on the Slid ult., at Dutch Kills, died Sunday in great agony at the German Hospital, this city. His friends will institute a civil action against Michael Kuvanagh, who shot Seizor, on the grounds of cuipable careless ness. [(The Republican Senatorial Convention for ibc First district, comprising Queens, Suffolk and Richmond counties, will assemble in the Turn Hall, at Jamaica, this forenoon, at eleven o'clock. But one man has been publicly spoken of in connection with the nomi nation, and thai is thu lion. L. Brudlord l'riuce, of the county ot Queens. The third contest at rifle shooting for the gold badge of the Jamaica Rod and Rifle Association will take place to day, commencing at three o'clock P. M., on the range of the association, north of Jamaica village. Tho badge has been won successively by William S. KJmendorf. who won the Turf, Field and Farm badge at Creedrnoor on Saturday lust, and George H. Creed. The shooting will be oil hand, distuuee 200 yards. STATE N ISLAND. Tramps have become so numerous upon Staten Island that the authorities propose taking some action to abate the nuisance. The hardest light among the politicians of Richmond county is between the three democratic candidates for the office of County Judge and Surrogate?Messrs. Theodore Vermilye and Sidney F. Kawson. of Castle ton, and Kdward Merrill, of Nortbfleld. The Conven tion meets at the County Court House at Richmond to morrow. The chances appear to be in lavor of Mr. Vcrtuilye. The Circuit Court and Court of Oyer and Terminer for Richmond county, convened in the Court House in Richmond, on Monday, Judge Pratt presiding. Two 'criminal cases were disposed of?that of Michael Powers, charged with grund larceny, in robbing the money drawer ol Mrs. Bryuu's store, at. New Brighton, of $?!"> sentenced to the State prison for one year; and thai of Frederick Myers, charged with burglary In breaking into Colonel blobbing' house at New Brighton, and stealing silver ware and other valuables, sentenced to one year and seven months In the state prison. Tho Court then adjourned, bnt will convene again this morning at hall past tcu o clock. Sheriff Dc Nyso con veyed the two sentenced prisoners to .Sing Sing yester day. BROOKLYN FINANCES. ' The City Treasurer of Brooklyn report* that Octo tier V there was $704,241 remaining on deposit in the banks to the credit of the city. The warrants pail la?l week auiouuted to FATAL DUEL AT ST. THOMAS. [From 'he St. Thomas Tydendu, 20:h September.) Mr. Alfredo Carld and Mr. Julio Mantilla were resi dents at the Tu-k Hotel. The latter, to all appearances, was s secret agent of the Revolutionary Committee of Camaguey, Cuba, carrying with him the sum of $5,000, destined to be delivered to Mr. Miguel Aldama. Tho former, upon learning these farts, called upon Mantilla, stating that he was commission^! by Genera! Manuel de Quesada, who held a similar appointment Ir.m Seflor AMania, to tiwa charge at any fund* from Camaguey. Mantilla refns''d to give up 'he money, when some in .lilting remarks w ere made by the other, and Mantilla throttled him and called blm a liar Some bystanders interfered and t was finally agreed that the affair should e settled by a duel with revolvers. After ex changing three ehots Carfd fell and fh" seconds, upon examining the wound and feeling his pulse, pronounced him dead, tlio Imll look effect upon Die forehead traversed the t n n through, coming out at the upper part <?! the mnlnba obi in gat a, He shock being so sud den tbat l.e bud not I ?d time to flre. Subsequently it was aa<ertaincd that s.?id Sefior Csrld was not the nid ot General Quesada, nut one of those daring men wbo .ive l.y ih< ;r wits He , i|? to an unumelv end by this transaction wherein he hoped to fing?r the coveted pri/e oi I.i.ono, which was thus saved to the uses of tho tho gtruitslUui Remit;,c. MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC NOTES. ' Theodore Thomas will give six symphony concert*. In Boston, beginning November 3. Beethoven's best piano works will have the promi nent places in Von Billow's Boston concert* John McCullough, who is now playing the Gladiator, Ac., in Chicago, is engaged for Drury Lone Theatre, London, next year. Hi. Louis has been enjoying a flrief Shakespearian season, with Mr. Charles Pope to uphold the tragedy and "r. HeBar the comedy. The love scene in the ?'Overland Koute," In which Mi-* Gem I line Maye made her success on tne opening night, was written into the piece by Mr. Lester Walluck a day or two before the production of the play. "Paris Besieged," an enormous picture, pairjted for exhibition at the Centennial, has arrived on thn steamer Franco. It will be on view at the Colosseum for some months, beginning from next week. A PLAY BY B11ET HARTE. To tjik Editor or tiik Hkhalii:? An editorial in your issue of Thursday asks "Why do not -some of our really clovor writers?Russell Lowell, Bret Bartc, Whittler, Longfellow or John Hay?aMernpt something In the way of a comedy or a drama!"' In answer to this allow mo to state that M r. Uarte has just completed an original play, which his admirers claim will prove ou its representation to he the long looked for Am- riean comedy. Truly Ac. Stfl'AUT ROBHOlt Nsw York, Oct. 11, 1875. PATTISON ON GOTTSCHALK. The subject of Mr. J. N. l'uttison's piano recital, at Association Hall, last evening, was "Louir Moreau Gottscbalk." Mr. Paulson's method Is to begin with a brief historical description of the composer to whoso works he confines himself lor the evening. Proceeding w ith the rendition of his selections ho givnshis views of euch work prior 10 its interpretation. For Gottscbalk Mr. Pattison claimed much. In the invention of new romhlnati .ns in music?something peculiarly difficult? Gottschalk, he slates, was eminently successful. He was ihe poet of tic piano, ruaiiiiostlug this In his own jterformances. He illustrated ibat instrument's beauty, usefulness and VOStry, and employed it to reflect his mental eon lltinn, and if we are to accept all Ins eulogist claims he not only suggested emotions by sound, but even pictured graphically uii bis subjects. Half a dozen pieces wore selected to display huutyle, among which were the "l ast Hope," noticed for its delicate harmonic shading; "Pen.-eo i'odtique," rendered with a view to the exhibition of a commendable warmth and strength of sentiment, und. besides others, ths "Murchde Nuit," whose history relates that it was extemporized as-a reilex of a mureh described by Ossian which the com poser heard read at an evening's entertainment in the hoii-o of a friend. To Hay that these wore well rendered, as they un doubtedly were, could hardly satisfy the claims of the pianist lecturer whoso ues.ro it is that they should be accepted as vivid mental pictures of the subjects treated. ACCIDENTALLY SHUT. While playing with a loaded pistol last night at his residence. No. 168 Fast Houston street, Isaac Schlcss inger, a boy, accidentally shot Lena Schoen, a servant, in the stomach, inflicting a very serious wound. SHIPPING NEWS OCEAN STEAMERS. DATES OF DEPARTURE FROM NKW TORK FOR TIIE MONTHS OF OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER. Steumer. Kuasia ... Denmark llttinmonia W A Scholten Donau City ol New York. Hr.tannic ' ;?< t uliloruia. France Stale of Georgia.. Bothnia Italy Klnpstock The Queen Anchuriu Germanic City ol Chester... Main A hvasiuia F ri al a P Calami Ville do Parts Celtic Citv ot Montreal... Hhein Spain Victoria Dakota Algeria State of Pennsyl'i Wtalaad Aiiriatic City of Berlin.... Bolivia Erin Oder W irconrin Poinmerania Baltic Amcrlijne CTtr or Richmond Sru/a. litothiatwm Oct. 13. t Ct. 14. Oct. 11 Oct. 14 Oct. 16 Oct. 16. Oct. its. Oct. 16. < let. 16. Oct. 16. i ict. 30. t let. 20 I let. 21 Oct. 21. I Bit. 20 Oct. 23. Oct. 23. Oct. 23 Oct Oct. SO Oct. :;o. I let. 30 t ict. :* i Oct 30 (Jet. 30 Nov. 2 N ov. 3 Nov. S Liverpool-? ? ? Uaii'huOC Hotv r,lun1' Breuie" IAvcrtio?\ Given""", Giver pool i ;laiv'"w"' i iiasg"* Gtverp00' Gondon llamh?nt GivertC'l i;la?itoW ?' GivoO'""1-' GivetT001' .. . i Hreioeii-. ? 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Nov. 17. jGlftngow.. ? 172 Broadway Suevia.,, | Nov. 18. i Hainmirg.. iGl Broadway *1 Bowling Greeu Broadway El Broadway ? ?0 Broadway 2 Howling Green 15 Broad w A; IB Broadway EU Broadway 7 Howling Green .55 Broadway 7'J Broadway 4 Bowling Green EH Broadway HI Broadway EH Broadway 7 Howling Green IB Broadway lf> Broun way 2 Bowling Green 4 Howling Green 61 Broadway 60 Broadway 56 Broadw ay IB Broadway 15 Broadway 2 Bowling Green t>9 Broadway Bowling Green 29 Broadway 1 Bowling Green As Broadway HI Broadway IB Broadway 15 Broaoway 7 Bowling Green 69 Broadway 2 Howiing Green 29 Broadway HI Broadway IB Broaow.iv rmvri' .56 Broadway Liverpool ? -115 Broadway Liverpool.. 129 Broadway NOTICE TO CAPTAINS OP VESSELS ENTERING THE PORT OF NKW YORK AT NIGHT ?The N*w Youk Herald has adopted a distinguishing Coston night signal for nre on board the IIrkald strain yaeht, showing while hom ing the colors red, green, red, changing rromotie to the other in succession, and can be seen several miles distant. Cap tains ol vessels, upon seeing this signal, will oblige us by pre paring any marine news they may have for the Ship News Department of the Hkrald. BSf Herons desirous of communicating with vessels arriv ing at New York can do so by addressing to snch vessels, care of Hfrai.d news yacht, pier No 1 East River, New York, letters received from all parts of the world and promptly de livered. Duplicates are required. ALMANAC FOR NEW YORK?THIS DAY. f>r* and moox. | high watrr, Snn rises 6 00 | Gov. Island....morn 6 92 Bun sets 6 24 Handy Hook...morn 6 07 Moousets morn 4 26 j Hell Gate morn 8 37 PORT OF NEW YORK, OCT. 12, 1875. CLEARED. St?amcr Idaho (Br), Beddoe, Liverpool via Qncenstown? William* A Union. Steamer Columbus. Reed, Havana?Win I' Clyde .St Co. Steamer Tybee, Knehl. Turk* Inland*. Ac--I, l?elni"nte. Moaiuer Cleopatra, Holklcy, .Suvanuuh?Murray, Fcrri* A Co. Steamer Dictator, Vogel, Churl".ton?Clio* C Leary. Steamer Wyauoke, Couch. Norfolk, City I'oint mid Rich mond?Old Dominion Htenmsllin Co. Steamer K C Blddle. Pierce. Philadelphia?-In* Hand. Fl.-atner Claucus. Bear-.-, Ho.ion? II F Dlinock Sh ft Zouave, Mean*, Smyrna and Odc**a?Vernon II Bum n A t o. Hark Wallace, McCortuick, Yokohama?R W Cameron A Co. Hark f'nr Annie (Br). Eden. London?John fi Tucker. Hark Monte St Augelo (itaii, Mustellone, Bristol, E? F'unch, Edye A Co. Bnrk -ti.ir (Aim), Premnda, Bristol?John C Seager. Hark Neptuno (Au?), Petrocevicb, iioyruut?.Slocovich A Co. Hark Curmcla (Itali, Cnetellano. Genoa?Punch, Edye A Co. , B.irk YnmnH, N'ichol*. S* ma?W:?vdell A Co. Hark Album iNor), Robdc, Norfolk?Tctciu, Bockmann A Co. Brig Anna Maria (Br., Thornton, Rio Janeiro?Tlios Nor ton A Co. Brig Thomas Miller, Travis, Pernambuco?II II Swift A Cn. Brig Mary Allcrton, Burgras, Porto Cahcllo?B J Wen he rjr Brig Britannia, Hatchlns, Barbados?II Trowbridge'! Son?. Hclir llattie N Bangs, Bangs, Santandcr and Cadis?llrett. Son A Co. Hehr Frank At wood, Bryan, Port an Platte and St Do miniro?B .1 Wenlierg. Schr Darnel Mitchell, Putnam, Pensacola?S Godwin A bull. Schr Henry A Talier, Benson, Key West? Brunei A Pinck I "T Schr Amelia Ifearn, Moon. Richmond, Vs?Van Brunt A Bro. I Schr Annie L Palmer, Lewis, Perth Amboy?Isaac R Kte I pic. Schr Speedwell, Spaulding, Rockland, Me. via Boston?It P Brown A Co. Schr Mabel Thomas, Randall, Boston?Bentlcy Ciller siei ve A Co. Bloop Mary Dallas, Drake. Hartford?Kaekett A Bro. ARRIVALS. RRFORTF.D HY TTTR ITKFlALri FTKAM Ytr-rtTS AND IIRRALB WDITERTOSK TKLKUKAI'H LiNK. Steamer Oxfordshire (of London), J one*. Yokohama .Inly 12. Amoy 23d, Singapore Am? 3, Aden 27th, Bu*? Sent if. Port Said xth and Gibraltar 2Gth, with tua* to Carter, llaw ley A Co; vi *??! to Peahody, Willi* A Co. Steamer Some -et (Br), W "*t?rti, Bristol, E, Sept 2S, with indue and ;Am*enirer* to W iy Morgan Steamer C uitallo (Hr), H'ltler, Genoa Sept 3. Leghorn fit'i. Naples nth, Palermo Pith, Mar.eitles loth, Denia Ifnli, Almeria 22d. Malaga 26th and Gibraltar 27th, with iodic and 66 paaaencen to Henderson Bros. Steamer City of Austin, Stevm*, Galveston, fh-t 3. via Kcv West tilli, wltn mdse and passengers to C 11 Mallory A (.' o. Steamer Huntrrille, Chester, Pernandlna Oct 6, Hrnns. wick 7th and Port Royal Hth, with indie and paisengers to II Gelpcke. Oct 10, I at 34 37, Ion 7.1 Vi, spoke lir i Wllley Smith, of Pilirwsih, Ms, from St Thome*. steamer (fbomplon, Crosreli, Charleston Oct 9, with mdse and pasiengersto J a* W Quintaril A Co. Steamer Hem-factor, Trlbon, Wilmington, N'C, 3 days, with ni'lac to W P Clyde A Co. Steamer Isaac Bell, Lawrence, Richmond. City Point end Norfolk, with nniee and poaneii|?ers to loo Old Dominion Steamship Co. Steamer Pottsvllle, Winnett, Philadelphia, with coal to master. Ship Wellinrton (o( Windsor. NSi.Card. Antwerp 3D days. In liaiiaet to .1 W Klwell A Co. Is ancliored at Sandy II ?u? for order*. Bark T ft Marshall 'of Shield*) Hunter, Newcastle, E. 39 days, with coal to A W Benedict A Co Mark Madagascar lAna). iiadavanl, Ltinrrlrk 31 daya, In ballast to Kuneh, Kdye A ('o. Hark Arcoueut (Nori. Diaen. Antwero 29 dara. la baUaei to Fnneh, Kdye A Cm, Sept 2ft, lat 42, Ion 44, saw a French bark, showing w^iiaU IIWMT. Bark liarcburg (Gar), Ilaahagen, Bremeu 43 dayi, with mdaa to Oelricha A Go. Hark Schiller ((Jar), Gloistein, Hamburg 34 day?, in bal last, to Cha* I.uliug A Co. Hark Rota (Nor), A.wbmd, Copenhagen, Sept 2, In ballast to 0 Tobias. Is anchored tu Grave send Hay for orders. Hark Harriet F Husnoy (of Richmond), Shaw, Leghorn 62 day*, with marble and raga to order; vessel to J Southard A Hon Passed Gibraltar Sept 1. Hark Ina (Nor). Toroelthy, Rio Janeiro 4ft days, with ooffee to Barring Hroa A Co; ve?*el to Tetens, Bockinanu A Co Crossed the Equator Sept 4, iu Ion 36 W. Brig Ave (Au?), Kedolovich, Maryport 33 days, in ballast, tod i Meager. Brig Olat' Kyrre (Nor), Andereon. Antwen? 35 days, In hal Uhi to G Tobias A Co. Is anchored at Sandy Hook for or ders. Brig Grace Kelly (Br), Kinney. Barbados, 2<>days, with sugar and molasses to llaviisnd A Aspinwail; vessel to master Schr Llssle White Abbott, Virginia. ftchr .1 S Hallldav, Georgetown, DC. Schr S J Foster, Meehman, Georgetown, DC. Schr J I) Williams, Pierce, Baltimore. Schr Howard Williams, Wainwright, Baltimore. A$rHark Geo Esson (of Halifax). (Junn, Havre, which anchored at Sandy liook Oct lo, came up to the city at ft FM. ffj- Bark Hermes (Ger), Tobias, Liverpool, which an chorod at Sandy ilook for orders Oct 5, came up to the city at 5 FM, PASSED THROUGH HELL GAT EL BOUND SOUTH. Steamer City of New Bedford. Fish, New Bedford for New York. Steamer Amos C Barstow, Howard, Providence for New York. Steamer Galatea. Waldren, Providence for New York. Schr Albert Treat. Squires, Windsor, Nft, for New York. Schr Na hunt, Mc In tyre, Camden. Me, for New York. Schr M M Brainard, Buell, Portland, Ct, for New York. Schr Victor, Fish, Nantucket for New York. Schr Evergreen, Turner, Pawtncket lor New York. Schr T W Snencc, Providence for Haverstraw. Schr I) B Franklin, Jones, Providence for New York. Schr Delphi, Warren, Providence for New York. Schr Aarou Kiugslaud, Kingdand, Nantucket for New York. Schr Wave Crest. Edward*. Boston for New York. Schr Staten Islander, King. Norwich for New York. Schr John A Lord, Lord, Providence for New York. Schr Charlie Cobb, Kennedy, Providence for New York. Schr Emma, Fitch, Nantucket for New York. Schr Connecticut. Smith, Stouington for Port Johnson. Schr Iari*'tta Smith, Preston, Green port for New York. Schr H H Wilson, ("lark. Providence for New York. Schr Reno, Foster, Mac hi as for New York. Schr John Lorrimer, Murphy Kockport tor New York. Schr Ilattie C Collins, Dickinson, Portland, Ct, lor New York. Schr Mary Potter. Potter. Nantucket for New York. Schr Pusnaw, Brown, St George, Me, for New York. Schr G W Locke, Btince, Gold Spring for New York. Schr K Fiower, Hubbard. Portland, Ct, for New York. Schr P Black man, Arnold, Providence for New York. Schr M A Preduiore, Sherman, Providence for Newport. Schr Quickstep, Hutchinson. Providence for New York. Schr White Rock. Lafferty, Southport for New York. Schr Mary Remsen, Allen, Providence for New York. Schr T Benedict, Crocket, Portland for New York. Schr (J M Brain ard, Stocking, Portland, Ct, for Philadel phia. Schr Ida Palmer. Palmer, Stamford for New York. Schr J G Pierbon. Ferris, Greenwich for New York. BOUND EAST. Brig George (Br), Chumplin. New York for Arrovo, PR. Schr II B Hallock, Hal lock, New York for Hartford* Schr Mary B Rogers, Rogers, New York for Boston* Schr Klla F Crowe 11. Coleman, Hoboken for Boatou. Schr Chief. Smith, Port Johnson for Norwich. Schr Alice Novea, Ray nor. Port Johnson for Providence. Schr Speedwell, Snanlding, New York for Fall River. Schr M H Mifllin, Ferris, l'ort Johnson for Warren. Schr John Brook*, Fox, Jersey City for New Haven. Schr Castilitn. Steers, Hoboken for Portsmouth. Schr Iona. Wallace, Hoboken for Pawtncket, Schr Copia, West, Hoboken for Providence, Schr Bolle. Simpson. Hoboken for Bridgeport. Schr Plougkboy, Nickersou Port Johnson lor Providence. Schr saxon, Smith, Port Johnson for Providence. SAILED. Steamers Idaho (Br), Liverpool; Ham Weller (Br), Lon don; Tybee, St Domingo; Columbus, Havana; Cleopatra, Savannah: Dictator, Charleston; Wyanoke. Richmond, Ac; allip Southern Chief. San Francisco; barks Noah (Nor), Bre men; Esau (Aue). Cork or Falmouth; Nipote (Ital), do or do; Ifurnildade (Port), Oporto; Volpitti (Ital) London; Bes sie Parker (Br), Baltimore; Northern Queen (Br), do; brig Gem, Port Spain. Wind at midnight. NNW. Barometer at buuset, 36.46. MAlilTIME MISCELLANY. Purser Alphetis Smith, of tint steamer Colon, from Aspin wall, has our thanks for favors. Stkamkk Carrol. Wright, from Boston for Halifax, broke hi i shaft at r, AM Sunday, when 135 miles east of Boston Boston light. She was taken In tow at II PM the same day, by the steamer Worcester of the same line, and brought hack to Boston, arriving Tuesday morning. Ship Matfuiwkm, Harrington, before reported foundered on the passage from Greenock to Boston, had heavy weather in the North Channel on the first day out, 27th ult, and commenced leaking. On the 10th had high seas, and made eight lnelies or water per hour, roiling heuvily, und shipped large quantities of water, everything being wushed off deek. <tn 2tith und 27th had strong gales, shin strain ing l>adly, pumps going all tlietime; JBth, weather mod erated. iiut the water w as gaining fast with ull hands nt the pumps. Finding it impossible to get the shin into port, she w as abandoned 2Kth. in lat 40 34, Ion ISO 10, w ith six feet eight Inches of water in her, and then making about three feet per hour, nil getting safely on board the brig Julia Lingley, of and from St John, XB, and arrived at North Sydney, CB, Oct Ik Snip British IhON 'Br), at Quebec Oct 10 from Greenock, reports having experienced a terrific gale in the Gnlf, and carried away part of rigging. Was In company with a bark, supposed from Dundee for Montreal, which had become dis masted. and when last seen had rigged up and was making sail under jury mast. BtitR HpARrnNr. Foam fBr\ Falton from llio Junalro for Port Elisabeth, CGI1, lias arrivud at lutter port damaged, alter being ashore. Brio NKU.tr Ciiask, Chase, left tho island of Navassa during the hurricane of the 13th ult, aud bad not returned Oct ti. Sciir CcrtisTiLTON, from Sstilln River for New York, put into Charleston 13th insi, leaking. Schh Dklawakk. Whltmore. nt Rdgnrtnwti dth inst, of an l for Ellsworth. collided with a 3-masted achr off Cape Cod und cairied away bowsprit and jibboom, und sprung foremast, damaging sails aud rigging. Bohr Watrk Spirit, from North Bay, arrived at Port Muigrave 1 lth in trot, reports was run into by schooner David J Adam and cut down to the waters edge, four stanchions and rails broken and foresail torn. Will repair and proceed. Sciiu Olynwood (Br), from Savannah for Prince Edward Island, before reported wrecked. ??< loaded with pitch pino anil dnriug a dense fog struck on the head of Black Point, Port Jollie, bilged, and had her stern knocked out. At tho last accounts the vessel was standing in an almust upright position among the rocks. The materials and cargo may bo all saved. She will advertised to be sold Oct 7. at Liverpool, N3. ScnR Mary Ali.kx. from Great Egg Harbor for Philadel phia, is ashore near Cane May Lighthouse, She is light aud 'will probably be got off uninjured. SctlR ZokkvilLa, front Tuxpan for Galveston, before re ported missing, was safe at Braaps Santiago Oct 6, but in a disabled oondition. Si hr Donna Anna, Wbaley, which cleared st Newport Tor Havana on Saturday, is the only vessel that baa cleared Irom that port for a foreign pert the past wipe months. Spur Wm H Jonki, Line, from Ftscpatvdlna Oct 4 for New York, has put back leaking. Til" salvage paid pi the Storm King for picking np the sloop Napoleon and taking her into New London, was settled fur$l4u Bath. Me, Oct f)?The new shin built by Albert Halhnrne, now lying in this port, ready for sen. has been purchased by Edwin Heed and others, on private terms, and named Geo F Mansion She is a tine ship of 1418 tons, rates A1 for 11 years, and will be Commauded by Capt C II Humphrey, of Yarmouth, Me. Nkw London, Oct 11?Bohr J N Colby Capt Wilcox, is eafe at Fnltou, Texas. She bad not beeu heard from since the cyclone, and was supposed lost. LACNt'liKD?At Lebanon, Del. on the 5th inst. from tho yard of Nialonv A Deputy, a schooner named Unity It Dyer, built for parties in Dover, Her capacity ie 1HD tons, length SO feet, depth between f> and6 leet. Ilor coat, with rigging complete, will be about $IO,U<JO. She will be rigged in Phil adelphia. NOTICE TO MARINERS. Notice is hereby given that a vessel having run down tho Brat class can buoy No H marking Fourteen lout Bank .Slioal, Delaware Bar, no tbe night of the 8th lust, it has been re placed temporarily by u tlrst class apar huny. painted I.lack. v ii H WHITE. Gomronuder, IJHN, Lighthouse inspector. Fourth district. Philadelphia, Oct II, 1875. limituocsr at port maiti.and. Tbe Lighthouse Board givos notice that a now lighthouse has been erected at Port Maltland, by the government of tbe Dominion of Canada, and that a permanent light will be shown from the 1st of October. BALTIC SKA, srt.T OF FINLAND?CItANOKS ANO MODirtCATIONS OP LIMITS IN TIIK GOLF OF UNI.AND. The Hydrographic Office of the Itn sian Navy gives the following notice of Intended modifications in lit hts in the Gulf nt Finland, which should occur during the present veer XKK THIN OF A LIMIT TOWRP. ASH INTKNDFtl KSTAnl.ISHMK.NT (ll A MOST OS I'APK KKSSABAOOTSKJt, GPLF OP lllliA. A light lower lias been recently erected on Cape Mcssara gotsem, on the north side. This tower Is of iron, aud, to gether with tho lantern dome. Is painted white. Tho light will lie revolving, showing red and white every alternate minute, without eclipses, elevated rtf) feet above the level of the sea and should be seen in clear weather from a distance of lit miles, illuminating an arc of the burison of ' The fllnminating apparatus will be dioptric, of the 4th "'position?Lai fi7 21 4r. N. Ion 23 8 lo E. LIMIT ON CAPK TVKIIKONA, OUI.F OF FINLAND. A light will he exhibited from a tower recently erected on Cape Takhkona. Dago Island, north point. The tower is of iron, painted white, with tho lantern durne pmi,led green. The light will he fixed white, elevated I W feet ahnvo the level of the sea. and in clear weather should be seen from a distance of 18 miles. The western limit of visibility of this light will pass near the northern side uf Nekmiflis Urtiiid, and its eastern limit will pass near the northern side of Anker Urund aud of Bes ' AJl'dMgnni will be cleared by keeping within tbe illumin ated sector of the llgnt. The lllumiuating wppnratua will be dioptric, of tbe first order Position?Lat 50 5 25 N, Ion 22 3D 15 E. A CHAHUK IN 1IIK ILLLKINATINU API'AKATUB OF ODRNSHOLK LIMIT. . The illuminating apparatus of the Odcnshnlm light will he ehan.ed to revolving white, showing two succossive tlashas ofti seconds and 4 seconds, with all Interval of 2 sccoiiite between each flash, and it will tie elevated 115 feet above tbe level of the sea, and in clear weather should bo Seen (mm a distance of I7miies. It will tie seen on the following hearings, from NF. E to W \ 8 T lie western limit of the light marks the stapri bntcn Urund nu t tiie 15 feet shoal el the eniranbe to Moon sund. Tho tower Is of stone, painted white and black In hnrlson tal hands, and the lantern dome Is painted white. The illuminating apparatus will ho dioptric of the second order a _ Position?LatA Od 18 17 N, Ion 2T83 41 P.. CM A SCI'. IN 711K II.I.CKINAT1NIJ APPARATUS OF TIIR LIMIT ON WOKMSn ISLANIl. The illuminating apparatus of the light on Wormso Island will tie changed a follows From hW ? W i 8 BE '4 K, It will be white. From 8 81'. U F, u> 8K V, K.ti will be red From HE 'i S to NW by W. it will be white. The red sector, which illuminates sn arc of 14dcga, Is In tended to Indicate the entrance to Moonsund KK'I ABLISHMKNT riF A FDO ICIIISrLE AT DAl.KRoRT t.lfltlTttOITSR. Hlnce tie opening of the navigation of the Baltic, a mechanical fog whistle baa been in operation at the lower HtfhtbofiKO ftt Dajc^rort. KMT A If 1.1 All M K NT Of A MGfIT OX DT*K!f ISf.AMFI, f?HRIMTl AffIA riOKD, KORWAT, The Norwegien Lighthouse Dliector ?ires notice that since the 9th of August. 1875, a new light has f-een exhibited from Dynen l?Unu. . . . ?ki._ The liifhtUouMs i? a balldiu? of wood, painted white, ana BghVis'fixed white, elevated 18 feet above ^the W??el of the sea, and should be seen from a distanceof 8 ra lies;dur iiiK clear weather, between the hearing W hy 8 and KNh. The tirst linv of hearing paaeee to eastward of llerbergene, and the wee ml to cant ward of V asholll i fl uru* The light will he exhibited from July lo to May 31, except while the Fiord is Impeded hy ice. .... , ... ??lir,h The illuminating apparatus la dioptric, of the rouriu During fogs and snow storms a gong will be sounded by giving 15 strokes, followed by a pause. Position?Lat SO 53 40 N, Ion 10 41 55 B Hearings niagnrtic. Variation, (lulf of Finland 7 dog 7f uiin westerly, and i'kristlania Fiord 14 deg.westerly in loiu. By order of llie Bureau of Navigation K II WYMAN. Commodore. UBN. Hydrographer. V 8 IIyduograpuiu Orricn, Washington, DC, Sept 10, 1873. whalemen. Bulled from New Bedford Oct 12, hark Three Brother*, Owen, 1'acilie Ocean, brig F 11 Moore, Leper, Atlunllc Ocean. Arrived at Panama Kept 17, hark Mariposa, Chase, from Valparaiso, with moo hols humpback oil. Hark Alaska, Fisher, at New Bedford 11th from South Pa cific Ocean, has on hoard l'JOO bids sp (20 bids taken since leaving Bay of Island*), 400 do hpbk oil and 14<?J lbs hone. Kent home on the voyage res) bids sp, llioo do wh oil. 12,2118 II,s Arctic and 3738 do Mouth Sea bone, lias on freight 8433 gals sp oil Irom bark Morlin, ami 3419 do from ship Milton. Reports Sepi 30, 1st 4<) 20 ,N, Ion 49 W. hark Ohio, llowland, of KB, 1700 bills sp oil all told?would he at home In No vember, SEOKEN. Ship Sacramento, lYora Capo of Good llope for Boston, Oct 10, oft Gourde's Hunk. . , ? ? Ship Valparaiso (Br), Mills, from Liverpool for V uucou ver's Island, Aug 8, lat I ft U N. Ion 25 43 W. Ship Lillio Soullurd iBr), Goiicly. from Dublin (and was oidered to Tvbee), Oct 11, <i5 milos K8E of .Sandy Hook. Hark Sun Doinenico (ItaU, irom Philadelphia lor i^ueeiift town, Oct fi, lat 42, Ion 59 03. . Brig Silas N Martin, from Wilmington, NC, for Hio Ja neiro, Oct 6, lat 35 12, lou 74. NOTICE TO MERCHANTS AND CAPTAINS Merchant*, shipping agents and shipmaster* are informed that by telegraphing to the Herald London Bureau, ad dressing "Bennett. No 48 Fleet street, Loudou," or to the Paris office, addressing "Bonnett, 01 Avenue do l'Opera, Paris," the arrivals at and departures IVorn European aud Eastern ports of American aud all foreign vessels trading with the United States, the same will he cabled to this coun try free of charge. Captains arrlviug at and sailing from French and Medi terranean ports will Bud the Paris office the more economical and expeditious lor telegraphing news. OUR CABLE jjHPPING NEWS. Antwerp, Oct 12?Sailed, steamer Nederland (Belg), James, Philadelphia. Biustol, Oct 11?Arrived,brig Courier (Br), Prievet, Wil mington, NC. Sailed 12th, steamer Arragon (Br), Syrnons, New York. Belfast, Oct 11?Sailed, hark Lottie Stewart (Brj, 8 in cluir. United States; brig Maria C (Ital), Romano, do. Bremen, Oct 11?Sailed, ship Constatitia (Ger), Kuelilken, New Orleans; bark Blandina (for), do. Bordeaux?Sailed, schr Qeergiotta Lawrence, Brewstor, United States. Constantinople, Oct 4?Arrived, brig Mariposa, Milton, New York. Corfu, Oct 4?Arrived, brig Hattio Pettis (Br), Pettia, New York. . Cadiz, Oct 4?Arrived, schr Welaka, Perkins, Now York (beforo reported without date). Dublin, Oct 11?Arrived, bark Ellida (Nor), Boe, Balti more. Exeter, Oct 11?Arrived, brig Bams (Nor), Aruolilscn, New York. ElsIN'ORK, Oct 9?Arrived, bark Triplex (Dutch), A an Wyk, Now York for Stettin (see below). OkkenoCR, Oct 12?Sailed, brig Tarira, Brown, New Vnrk. Genoa, Oct 11?Arrived, schr Win Frederick, McKeen, Philadelphia. IIavrk, Oct 11?Arrived, steamer Peroire (Fr), Danre, New York. Sailed 11th, steamer Villo de Paris (Fr), Cahonr, New York (detained one duy by had weather). Konigxbkkg, Oct 8?Arrived, barks Dueppel (Or), Km incrich, Philadelphia; Eyr (Nor). Lammers Baltimore. Liverfooi., Oct 11?Arrived, ship Olydo (Br), Suiter. Que bee; bark Northern Chief (Br), Miller, St John, NB; lllli^ ship Victoria Nyanza (Br). Large, New York. Sailed 11th, hark Etta Stewart (Br), I'enery, North Ame rica. London, Oct 12?Arrived, ships Oalista Haws (Br), Phe* lan. Pensacola; Greenock (Br), Walkor, New York; bark Oanytnede (Nor), Olson, do. . Lisbon?Sailed, brig Martha J Brady (Br), Brady, United State*. Malaga, Oct 11?Sailed, bark Billy Simo.-on (Br), Curry, New York. Plymouth, Oct 12?Arrived, ship Eastern Star (Br), Ink ster, Quebec. QUKENSTOWN, Oct 12?Arrived, steamer Marathon (Br), Garrett, Boston for Liverpool; bark Vingolf (Nor), Nielsen, New York. Also arrived 12th, schr South Shore. Wliltteinore, Bos ton (?). Arrived Ilth, 7 PM, steamer City of Bristol (Br), Ellison, Philadelphia for Liverpool. Arrived off Fastnet 12th, 3 PM, steamer Erin (Br), An drews, New York for Liverpool. Strand Junction, E, Oct 12?Arrivod, brig Mornn (Br), Bernn, Bull River, SC. Southampton, Oct 12?Arrived, steamer Sailer (Ger), Francke, New York for Bremen. Stettin, Oct 9? Arrived, bsrks Mary Stewart (Br), l'en erv, New York; Anita (Nor^, Gnthormaeu, Baltimore. Sailed 9tb. bark Carlton, Cogglns, New York. Trieste?Arrived, brig J B Kirby, Barrett, Richmond, Va. Arrived at a port in the United Kingdom Oct 11, ship County of Pictou (Br), Munro, Picton, NS. London, Oct 12?Bark Triplex (Dutch), Van Wyk, from New York for Ste.Vlln, arrived at Klslnnre 9th iust iu a dam aged condition, having been in collision. FOREIGN PORTS. Antigua, Sept 24?In port sclirs Pliebe, Modero, for New York, ldg; Pima, Dix, for Philadelphia, to sail about 28th. (1 a Li.Ao, Sept 11?Arrived, ships Governor Wilniot (llr), L'W. Aden (aud sailed for Lobos); 13th, Resolute. Nickels, Cardiff; IHth, Edward. O'Brien, Smaller, Liverpool. Sailed lllli. ship* Prlnceport Br), Brown, Pabellon; In vincible. Strickland, do; 13th, Geo Skolfleld, PorsRith, do; 14th. Riverside. Woodward, and P G Blanchard. Mclntyre, do; 15th, schr Franklin, Ma-ten, Valparaiso; 18th, hark Kd win Heed, Hlggin*. Indendencla. In port Sept 14, ships Ella S Thayer, Ollmore, and Match less, from Liverpool, disg; barks Dawn, Williams, and Templar (Br), Phillips, fur guano island- to load lor Europe (clearing). _ . Havana, Oct 11?Arrived, brig Robin (Br), Parker. Shield-borough; 12th, steamers City of Vera Ciui, Dcakeu, New York; Margaret, Baker. New Orleans. Sailed, 11th. steamer Austin, Morgan, Roekport, Toxas. Halifax, Oct 7?Cleared, schr JunetteT Hibbard (Br), Merriam, New York via St Mnrgaret's Hay. Arrived 11th, bark Nord (Nor), lialway; brig Kenneth (Hr), Deegan. St Johns, PR. Sailed 11th, bark Norma (Nor), Lugg. Barrow, K. Lock PORT, NS, Oct 11?Arrived, schr Barbadian (Br), Trinidad. Macassar, Aug8?In port harks Beatrice Havener, Have ner, noc; Lorindn Borstel, Borntel, do. Montreal, Oct 9?Arrived, steamer Corinthian (Br), Men *ics, Glasgow. ? Navabba, Oct 8?In port brig Win Robertson, Peak, (or Wilmington, NC; schr Kuos Briggs, Crosby, lor lialtiiuoro, both ldg. ? . .North Stdnpy. I'B, Get B?tailed, bark Ruth Palmer, for Charleston; 7th. brig Stella MeRay. do. Arrived 11 tli, bark IHbcrnlun, Bay of Islands; brig Mag Gala (Br), Rouse, Liverpool. Pabellon de Pica, Hopt 2?Sailed, ship R L Lane (Br), Murray, Europe. In port Sept 12, ship I-oretto Fish. Carnev; John Bovee, Morse. Alert, Llttlefleld; Snnntag, McOllverjr; Occidental, Dunphy; Elisahetb Cashing, Colby; James A Wright, Mor ri-on. and Nesutan (Br>, Brown, ldg; barks Fannie Skolfleld, Hunter; Midas (Hr), Campbell; Priscilla, Fraser, and J W Scammell (Hr), Edmond, no; and others. I'kkn inbuco, Sept 4?Arrived, brig Clara (Br). Llubcra, Baltimore. _ ? , Panama, Sept 21?Sailed, steamer Winchester, for Central America. . _ ? ,,, QUEBEC (let ID?Arrived, ahlp Hoscnc.ith (Br), Mcv icar, Halifax for Montreal. Also arrived loth, shin Glenbervle (Br), Dawson, Glasgow. Singapore. Aug 21?Iu port bark Kate Caruie (Br), lor New York. Sutkisa, Sepl 18?In port schr Kensctt, Downing, from New York, arrived 4th. disg. St Joiins, PR, Sept 2.">?In port, brig Hota(Br), for Boston, to sail Get I. _ Sagua, Oct II?Sailed, schr Etta A Jo?ie, Bunker, New Or leaus. AMERICAN" TORTS. ( ALEXANDRIA. Orl 9?Arrived. schrs Ella Matthews, and V I- Illi kiuati. Philadelphia fur Washington. Sail.'.I Schrs A mile l**l?. Brldgepor * I Emma Aery, and Helen ilashrotlck (from Georgetown), .. Ilth Arrived, steamer K U Knight, Now York; schrs Charm, New Bedford. G E Yming, Provklrnce; II I, Cog gins do, I. A Ruse. Hn"li>n; Win Mason, D M II T Hedge*. II A Ames. W I) llilton. Oliver Ames, N II Skin nrr -VI Kruton, Jennie Rosaline. d II Mil.a. J N Huddeil, and l> E Parkbarat, for Oeoraetown. sailed?Schrs Clara Smith, Portland; Maria Picrson, Jor eey City; Jessie Wilson (from Georgetown), ??. HOStON, Oct II?Arrived, brig Alpha (Br), Rodcnsor, Barbados 'not a? misprinted). Cleared -S. hr Ool W d Raaae, Allan, Charleston, SO, via Vjth''Arrived, steamer Lord Olive (Br). Urqtihart, Liv erpnol; Worcester, Hedge, Oharlottatown; schrs Mary A I'ower, Wiley. Cadli; Belle Hooper Oilkey, do, via Halifax; 0 E Elmer, Harsou, Philadelphia; R S Graham, Jarvis, do: J H D"twlllar, Oraoa, do; Agnes It liaeon, Haley, do; A 0 Page, llaley, do; A P Honney, Kendall, Amboy; Florence, Tower, Adams, Hoboken; Stephen J Watts, Smith, Elisa bslhport: M Pendleton, Brewer, Woehawaen; Lissis lieyer, Poland, do. Cleared? Stesmers Dominion (Br), Clementa, Yarmouth, Nri, Win Lawrence llower, Baltimore; ship Ironsides (Br), Spencer. London; bark Adela (Br), Harnett, port an Prince via Calais; brig C K Kelly. Heath, Cliarlestowa, SC; s hrs J S Ilrugdon, Fletcher, Georgetown; Beta, Ouptill, Phila delphia: Charles K Sampson, Cage, do; Prank II Dow, Gage, do , sparkling sea, Chase, New York ; Helen Tracer. HALTJMoUE, Oct 10?Arrived, brig lielwn U (Br), Crane, St Johns, PR. Pith?Arrived, steamers Lciprlg (Cer), Hoffman, Bremen; James A Gary, Hall, Nswbern, NO: Blackslnne, iluTlett, Providence; Vlneland, Bowrn. New York; Lucille, Bennett, Charleston, hark Esther (Hal), Mortola, Gluucestcr. Kelow?Hark GitRuella Bri. from Bermuda. Cleared Meamer* McClcllan, March, Providence: D J Foley, Price, Wilmington, NC; hark Kidderkirk (Aua), Krahmann, Genoa; sehr Lavinia Hell. Vldrlch, Barbados, Also cleared, steam, r* Commerce, Walker, Edentnn, NC; Elisabeth. Clark, New York. John n Slirlver, Woml. Phila dclphla , hark ronsherghns (Nor), Jacohson, Cork ; hrlg Abby Ellen, Slake, Boston; schrs Cherubim, Lank, Bermuda; flurry L Whit, n Rich, Potion. Sailed?Barks B age. Maggie M, Rldderklrk, brig Ondrun, achr Lavinia Bell. BRUNKWIC*, O*, Oct 6?Bailed, schr* Nollie. Porry Bridgeport ; Hth, City of Chelsea. Goodwin, Guadaloope. Bl CfcrtPOKT% Oct 8?Hailed, schr llarry White, Hopkins* Port aii Prince. BAT1I, Oct 9?Arrived, schrs Tarry Not, Linscott, Now York. S?Uc<l?Schrs Mitry Sl.lehls, Wnit. New York; T L McUI '"t- r?w, Ktebmoixf, Mo, to UmuI lor Baltimore. Hailed 8th,ayhrb Brigadier, Norton, Baltimore; Olio, Hen demon. New York; Weat Dennis. Crowel!, Georgetown, DC. BANGOR, Oct 9?Arrived, schr Trade Wind,'Gray, New York. Cleared?Brig Z ft villa Williams, V?ar.ie, New Haven; eehrs Dora French, b reach, Charleston ; Anna March, Woodward, New York. BOOTH BAY, Oct 8?Arrived. schrs Addie L Bryant, Co*, and Louiha 1J Jones, Cousins, Bangor for New York; Hth, Silas McLoon, Spear, ltocklaud for do; Albert Jameson, Cai> dago. do for do. BRISTOL, Oct9?Arrived, schr It S Dean, White, Ron dout. HHh?Arrived, schr Young Teur.er, Slocum. Philadelphia. CHARLESTON, Oct 12?Arrived, steamer Charleston. Berry, Now York; brig Cliaa Wesley, Belfast, Me; schr Cur tih 111 ton. Risley, Satilla Kiver for New York, leaking. Also arrived 12tl?, schra Win M Jones, Da via, New Yorki Marcus Edwards. Church, Philadelphia. Sailed?Bark Teresa, Loudon; sour Albert Thomas, Balti* more. Off the port 11th, ship Acadian (Br), Coshing, from North Sydney. CM. DIUIITON, Oct H?Arrived, schr Stephen Morgan, Gage Georgetown, DO. ^ Sailed?Schr Belle Halliday. Burt. Georgetown, DC. EAST MACIIIAS, Oct H?Arrived, schr Siak, Sherman, Alma. Nil (and sailed Bth for New York). EDGARTOWN, Oct 9?Arrived, schr 11 P Ely, btokei* New York. FALL RIVER, Oct 9? Arrived, schrs J A L Bryan, JennU Rogers, Minerva, F Merwiu. Xehec. 10th?Arrived, schrs Harriet Gardner, Miller, Perth An? boy; Artist. Forrester, New York for Somerset. GALVESTON, Oct 7?Cleared, schr Inez Houston,Tredup, Tamnlco. Sailed?Schr Geo Sealey, Blohrne, New Orleans. 12th?Arrived, ship Preston iBr). North, Liverpool. Sulled?Steamers City of San Antonio, Pennington, Nev* York; City of Waco, Greentnan, do (before reported sailed 10th). GEORGETOWN 8C, Oct l-Cleared, schr B I Uaiord. Rowland, New York. KEY WEST, Sept 27?Arrived, schrs Ida A Jayne, Miller. New York* (and sailed 80th for Mobile) ; 28th, Maggie M Rivers, Rivers, Baltimore; JOth, Ida McKay, Deineritt, Car denas. MOBILE, Oct 11?Cleared, ship Missouri (Br), Lang, Liv erpool; brig Emily Walters (Br), Patterson, do. mILLBKXDGE, Oct 6?Sailed, schr B Young, Hull, Trim idud. MARBLEHEAD, Oct 8?Sailed, schr James S fchandler, Lee, Philadelphia. NEW ORLEANS, Oct 11?Arrived, steamer Mississippi (Br), Linall. Liverpool via Havana. 12?Arrived, steamers Hutchinson, Talbot, New Yorkj Tappahanuock, Pendleton, Havana; schr Goo Seulcy, Blohrn, Galveston. Cleared?Bark Pegare (Pr), BerghouO Havre. Southwkmt Pass, Oct 12?Arrived, steamer O W Elder, Reed. New York; ship Nahant (Br), Walker, Yarmouth, NS. Sailed?Ship Expounder, for Havre. NORFOLK. Oct 9?Arrived, ship Metcalf (Nor), Knudseu. New York ; schrs 8 S Bickmore, Thompson, iiockport; N It Burrows. Taylor. New York. Cleared?nciir Maggie h Gray, Hudgins, Deinerara. NEW BEDFORD, Oct 10?Arrived, schr Helen, Perry, Baltimore*; Black Diamond, Smith, lloboken; M Vassar, Jr. Kelly New York. Sailed?Schr S C Tryon, Hickman, Philadelphia. 11th*?Arrived, schr Sea Breeze, Frieler, New York, RAiled?Schr Jennie Shepurd, Georgetown. 12th?Arrived, brig Rescue, Butler, Fayal: schrs FJir.fk Pharo, and Charmer, Port Johnson; T B Smith, South Amboy. Sailed?Schrs Oregon, and Wffl E Lcggett, New York; Paluia. Elm City. NEWPORT, Oct 0, PM?Arrived, schrs Artist, Forrester. New York for Somerset: Sea Bird, Bluckier, do for Provl detjc.a (and both sailed 10th). Sailed?ScIlth Donna Anna, Whaloy, Havana; C W Dex ter, Duuion, and J S Terry, Raynor, New York. 10th?Arrived, US steamer Tallapoosa, Mc;Ritchie, New York for Boston and Portsmouth; sours A M Aldridge. Han* druth, do for Boston; llarnioria, Ryder, Warren for Philadel phia; Harriet Ityan, Robbins, New York lor Scituate (and all sailed). lOth. AM?Arrived, schrs Niantlc, Morris, Taunton for New York; Jonathan Cone, White, Salem for do; Memento, White, Boston for do; Magnet, Percell, Bath for do; Eli/.a. Sawyer. Boyd, Calais for ao; Geo W Glover, Snow, Rockland fordo; M Bewail, Haskell, Bluehill for Philadelphia. PM?Arrived, schrs Ocean Belle, Mills. Vinalhaven for Washington, DC : Willie Luee, Spear, Camden for Norfolk V Addie O Bryant Stubbs, Bangor for Baltimore. Sailed?Schrs Niuntic, and Jonathan Cone. Schrs Gale, Y\ illiams, from Trenton, and D W Saundcra; Mott, from Port Johnson, remain in port disg. NEW LONDON. Oct lb?Arrived, schr S Ir Seabury, Trim, Port Caledonia, CB, for Norwich. NORWICH, Oct 11?Arrived, schr Success, from lloboken. NEW HAVEN. Oct 10?Arrived, brigs TP Towner, Per kins. St Croix; Eii/.a Thompson, Bates, Ponce. 11th?Arrived, bark Mindota, Perry, Boston; schr A A Booth, Havens, Georgetown, PORT GAMBLE. Out 8?Arrived, bark Victor, Hastorf, Tahiti; 4th, ship Ring Philip, Keller, San Francisco. PASOAGOI LA, Oct B?Sailed, brig llarry Yirdeu, Collins, Pass Christian, to load. PHILADELPHIA, Oct 11?Arrived, schrs Joseph A Clark Woodruff, Biidgeton. NJ ; W W Kuddell, Berkley. Boston -r Richard Peterson, English, do. Cleared?Steamer Yaderland. (Belg). Handle, An(wer7>. 12tb?Arrived, steamers Juniata, Catharine, Suvanuah; Fauita, iiuuter, Charleston; Ann Eliza, Richards, New York; bark Nestor (Huh), Dorchmaud, Sutton Bridge E;schrs R T Carlisle. Smith. Portsmouth, NH; Klwood Doren, Jar vis, Portland; S Godfrey, Young. Boston ; John D Paige, Ha ley, do; Geo Neveuger, Harris, do; E. Nlckerson, Chase, do; Maggie Cane. Scull, do; A 0 Buckly, Young, Beverly; R M# Smith. Grace, Milford; llenry Ailed, 'JTatem,. Bridgeport Ann Heyer, Betts, Pawtuditt; Also arrived, brigs Alaska (Br), Tucker, Rotterdam; Much Ian, Bartlett, rcrnandina; schrs 8 A Hoffman, Hoff man. Boston; Bailie B Bute man, do: Mary Price, Campbell, Pawtucket; Rambler, Gosiiii, New York, via Chester. Cleared?Steamer Geo 11 Stout. Ford, for New York ; schrs Sidney C Price, Godfrey, Portsmouth, Nil; G 1> Ixmd, Loud, Portland; Maggie Cain, Scully Boston; A L Butler, Eaton; M F Corsou, Corson; K Nickerson, Thomas; Geo Nevenger, Harris; Geo 8 Marts,. Marts; Stephen Morris, Dutch; Uielie 8 Derby, Nay lor, and Edith L Steere. Hutch ins, do; E B Emery, Weeks, Chelsea; M M Weaver, Weaver, Cambridgeport; E H Shaw, Springer, do; Sophia Godfrey, Young, do; George il Pent, Smith, do; Twenty-one Friends, Jeffries, E Cambridge ; MarthaJWelsh, Somerset; E H Nayfor, Fisher. Boston; J 1i Manning, Gaudy, do; J M Brownhall, Douglass, ao; C Carrol, Kelley? llyannis; .1 K Pratt, Crowell, Newport; Anna Bell Ilyer, Retti, do; Thomas W Haven, Barker, Providence; W F Phelps, Cnmmer, and L V Rose, Allen, do; I farrisburg, Wescott, New London; J A Crawford, Ualleck, do. Also cleared?Steamers Achilles, Artis, Boston ; Leopard, Albertson, Newburyport; Experiment, Pierce, Providence *r schr Sallie 11 Bateman. Boston. Sailed?Steamer Yaderland. Nkwoajiti.k, Get 12, AM?Passed down, schrs NahftnfL Anne. Belle liyor, Mary M Nay lor, John Brummcll and brig TWp'ny. Noon?Passed up, schrs IT D May, Joseph Bavmore. Tim Russian bark Active, from London, is at anchor oft here. Passed dowu, steamer Achilles, for Boston, and schr G Gardner. PM?Passed down this afternoon, barks Lawrence, for Gibraltar; Gulnare, for Belfast, and steamer Yaderland, fox Antwerp. Lkwkh. Oct 12, PM?A deep laden bark and a light full rigged brig arrived last night. The steamer Albematie arrived from New York at 9:30 AM. Also arrived, brig Curao (Br), from Dublin, in ballast, for orders. PM?A small steamer passed in this foreuoon, reported to be the America, from Savannah, PORTLAND, Mc, Get 12? Arrived, brig A li Curtis, ilarpb well; schr Congress, New York. Cleared -Schr Tanuhauser, for IlAvitna. ' ' PORTSMOUTH, Oct 9?Arrived, schrs John E Daley, Long, Philadelphia; 10th, PriscilU Bcribner, Dasey, Eliza bethport; 11th, Geo L Fcssoaden, Bee he, do Sailed tltli, schrs Free Wiud, Frisbie, New York; Win Buck, Miller, do. PROVIDENCE, Oct 11? Arrived, steamers Wm Kennedy, Foster, Baltimore viji Norfolk ; Hunter, Sherman, Philadel phia; schrs Electa llailey, Smith; J J Moore, Franklin ; West moreland, iilsa: Juuiis R Divert/, Deuglne. and West Wind, Lingo, do; Joseph Porter, Burroughs, do for Pawtucket; Billow, Hurtiett, Trenton; Albert Pharo, Bing ham, Port Johnson; Highlander, Wood, aud Wm D Car gill. Rich, Perth Amboy; Wm Beuieut, Harris; Wm N Cesser, Egbert, and On rust, Carman, lloboken; It II Wartord, bprngue, do lor Pawtucket; Helen Mar Ward, Now York, Below?Scltr Nancy M Smith, Rose, Philadelphia. Sailed?Sellr Stephen G Hart, Pierson, Savannah; J S Ivens, Ingersoll, and M A E Henuenon. Price, Philadelphia; Kvcrgrcen, Turner, and Mary Natt, Barker. New York. PAwTUCKKT. Oct 9?.Arrived, schrs Hannah E Brown, Sackott, llavorsiraw; Edward W Ivins, Mackin, Verplank s Point. Sailed?Schr Jas II Young, Barrett, New York. 11th-Arrived, Hchrs Joseph Porter, Burroughs, Philudel phia; Kate .t Mary, Coggswell, Kondoul; B H Warlord, Spraguc, lloboken. SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 4?Cleared, ship Black Eagle (Nlc), Hughes, Nanaiiuo. 9th?Sailed, ship Glory of the Seas. Knowlea, Qneenstown, 12th? Arrived, steamer Colorado, Connolly, lioug Kong via Yokohama. SAVANNAH, Oct 12?Arrived, bark Lewis T Stocker, Tyler, Mutnnzus. Also arrived, steamers City of Galveston, Evans, fiavan nab, Wyoming. Philadolphta; hark Abraham Young (Br), Farnsworth, CliHrlustou; M A h Cauu (Br), Cann. London; Traveler (Hr), Fergusson, Now York; schrs Elizabeth An derson, Clark, do; Sarah F Bird, llall, do; May Morn, Brin ney, Port Royal. Cleared?Barks Betty (Ger), Nordenholdt, Havre; James Pcako (Br). Ha ben, Liverpool. Sailed 12th, steamers Leo, Daniels, New York. Arrived at Tybeo, steamer Berlin (Uer), Iicimbnck Bremen (and proceeded lor Charleston). SALEM, Oct li??Arrived, schr Pennsylvania, Savage,. Boston for Philadelphia. Worth, Philadelphia. SIONINGT ON, (let 9?Arrived, scars Connecticut, Smith, Roadout; Ferine. Sheffield, South Afnbuy; Cnarles Mi/Ier, New York lor Providence; Harriet Gardner. Miller, Perth Amboy for Taunton; Artist, Forrester, iNew York for Somer set (and sailed). Bragg. Alexandria. \ INEV ARD HA\ EN' Oct 11? Arrived, schrs Daniel Web ster. Cape Haytlen for Boston; M C Moseley, St Martins for do; C B Wood, Philadelphia for do; Damon, South Amboy for do ; IIttrtoiuger, Perth Amboy for Bangor; Mary A Rice, lloboken for Belfast; Victory, Kiizabethport for Salem; Robert Center, New York for Dennisport; Lucy Baker, Alien, do for Camden; J A Huttleld (Br), do for Yarmouth, NS; Os.so (Br), St John, NB, for Now York; Evelyn, St George, NB, fordo; Harper, Portland l'ordo; Sedoua, Wind ?or, NS for Philadelphia. Sailed, schrs Kami Carleton. Ralph Carlctoo, M W Griffing, AnieHcun Eagle, Neptune. Bride. Hattie ItoiM. Avon, Lucy Ames, F N Torver, A F Bonney, I* G Whill din, r St Clair Edwards, Wm E Barnes, Mair A Crarimer, I> and J Lee, Leonora, Olivo Avery, Timothy Field, C B Wood, Harbinger. WILMINGTON, Oct 12?Arrived, steamer Regulator, Jotien, New York; schr Martha Maria, Belfast, Me. WARREN, Oct 9?Sailed, schr Harmeuia, Ryder, Phlladcl phia. 1J th?Bailed, schr Sallie Mair, Powell, Philadelphia. A si uY bur 1 A( IITS, STKAMIIOATM, ,feC. ..OOP Pl)R MALE?NAME EUJflNB, 80 TONS burden, nourly new, now lytiiK at tbe foot of Vcsey at. EftOll SALK?SCOW 7ft KEKT 24 KEKT BY ft KEKT, capacity JUU tonn on deck; In good order. Address M. O., bo* 174 Herald Uptown Ufanch nllice. ? itOR BALK?THE NEW PAST 8LOOP YACHT J Kgerla, ftOxlft.lkt complete and ready for immediate use. Can be seen Oprt of Court street, Brooklyn. Apply to O. 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