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FUA DIATOLO AT BOOTH'd. Auher's romantic anil popular work "Fra Dtavolo ' attracted a large and appreciative audience to Itooth'a Theatre last evening and was interpreted by the Kel logg opera troupe In a Manner to wiu the highest encomiums from those present. Miss Kellogg herself did not appear, the leading p>rt being sustained by Mme. Van Zandl who was in excellent voice and sang the gems of the opera in sutli a manner an to win numerous encore* Miss Beaumont as the coquettish UaI AH?*, divided the honors of thecveuing receiving her first encore in "I IWt ob ject." Mr William Castle, though too mild mannered for the traditional bandit In tho title n>U, sang with marked effect and was enthsiastically applauded. The other jiart- were well sustained, awl altogether a most enjoyable evening was furnished to the music loving citizens of the metropolis. LYCEUM THEATER. In continuation of tho optra bouffe season at the Ly ceum Theatre, "Le Canard A Troia Bees" bad its initial representation last evening. Tho compo sition is the joint work of Messrs. Jules Moinaux and Emil Jonas, tho one fitting, in a very droll and amusing manner, an eccentric story to some pleasing and equally eccentric music written by the other. The opera contains many laughable situations, some strained amours that entertain by their harmless extravagance and several pleasing end sprightly aira' The op'-ra com mences with tho announcement "f the sudden disap pearance of a Jack with three bills, that, having entered Flanders on tbe retirement of the Spaniards, two years after tbe domination of I'hllip IL bad come to be regarded as an augury of good. Some cavalier conspirators against the domestic peace of tlic inhabitant*, seising uixm the superstitions attaching to the disappearance of the wonderful Duck, circulated simultaneously a rumor of the arrival of the Spanish tleot" so as to procure the absence in defence of their homes, of Incon venient husbands and lovers, and so to h.ivo a better chance to pursue their intrigues. Tho sadden return of the mariners gives rise to ludicrous situations, which are multiplied by the search for the lost duck, with whose sudden discovery the piece ends. Captain Van Ostaliel (M. Roger), the doughty mariner of whose spouse Marguerite BpameUo w.ia enamored, proved himself an unusually droll hero. As Marguerite (Mile. Oeoffroy) seized a good oppor tunity for clover acting, and rendered the music of tho part so well as to procure a good -hare of applause and an encore to the duet in the second act. which discovers her endeavoring to resist the fascinations of her cavalier. As Spanleilo, the prtmo conspirator, M. De Quercy was very happy, and M Duplan as Van Bountronch, the Burgomaster, van a delightfully foggy old diplomat Tho remaining r6Us were also creditably tilled, and for a first night the representation of "The Wonderful Duck" ?awed off with comnnndahle smoothness and finish, rhe scenery was pretty and some of tic dresses were rich. The performance attracted a ?'Ood house and was throughout productive of considerable merriment THE TOTEMS CONCERT. The last appearance of Mile. Titiens in concert here lectured at Steinway Rail yesterday afternoon and at tracted a large andience. She sang "Glocklein im Tliale," from Von Weber's "EuryanUie;" the grand iinale from the first act of Mendelssohn s "Loreley," and tho (avoriie waltz "L Ardita," by Arrtiti, her admirable vendition of which induced an encore. Before smgtrnr (C oratorio on Wednesday Mile. Titiens will appear ha concert in Brooklyn on Tuesday night PLYMOUTH OBQAN CONCERT. The eighty-fifth Plymouth organ concert was held yesterday afternoon in Plymouth church, Brooklyn. In consequence of the extreme severity of the weather the audience was smaller than is usually to be found on these occasions. Mr. George W. Morgan presided at the organ and Miss Clementine Las or was the vocalist The first piece on the programme was Bach'B Toc eato and Fugue In D Minor, with pedal obli gate, and the second the "Miserere." from r*U Trovatore." This last was beautifully played. Mr. Morgan s delicate manipulations of the vnx Humana stop, which exists in such perfection In the Plymouth organ, causing the deepest attention ?n the part of the audience, and eliciting an encore, to which lie responded with an impromptu arrangement of "Home, Sweet Home." He was also very successful in Interpreting the music of the Bridal ChiMfus from "Lohengrin," and in "The Wedding March" substituted for Mendelssohn's overture "Midsummer Night's Dreatn;" lew faults could have been lound with the execution. Miss Lasar's rendering of Coenan's "Come Into Me" called lorth an encore. In return for which she sang with mu'h feeling, "Miriam's Bong of Victory." Her singing of'-Orpheus with las Lute," ty Sullivan, was even better, a -light harshness in the upper notes, which was slightly observable at first, disappearing entirely as she proceeded. The last notes especially ot this beautiful melody were given with wonderful clear ness and sweetness, while the distinct enunciation of the words might be copied with advantage by much more ambitious artiste* These concerts havo already done much to popularize classical music, and as the performance is invariably of tbe highest class, will no doubt continue to command a large share of public support. THE NEW EAGLE THEATRE. Mr. Josh .Hart's new theatre, called ''the Eagle," situated on Sixth avenue, between Thirty-second and Thirty third streets, and facing Broadway, was thrown ?pen for private inspection last evening. The Interior Is exceedingly handsome, and it is perhaps one of the best appointed theatres in the city. A large number of gentlemen visited the house last evening, and all ex pressed themselves agreeably surprised at the tasteful Banner in which the theatre is fitted up. When lighted Hooks really brilliant. Ground was broken May 1, which would make the time spent in construction a littlo over Jve months. It has a three story galvanized Iron front, k main entrance in the middle, and one on cither wide of ?sailer proportions, leading to the gallery. In tho vestibule close by the entrance aro two offices, one on tiiLcr hand for the sale of tickets. Near by ind on each side a flight of wide carpeted Hairs, with ornamented balustrades of iron ind mahogany spring upward to a lauding, from which two wide doors open on the dress circle The passage straight in from the street to tho parquet ? lined aii the way with mirrors of embossed glass, uid the cib-ct of the gaslight on them is gorgeous. The walls all around the interior and up the staircases, uid, in fact, wherever tho bricks ars exposed, is Sovered with glass mirrors. The otap" la 40 feet deep Mid 100 feet wide and 75 loot from the floor to the top. Hie drop curtain is painted in Imitation of white satin, with a medallion in the centre representing the home ?f Washington. Glass brackets hold the gas- jets around the different circles. The theatre will seat about 1.500 ?ergon* comfortably, and the seat.-' are so arranged that ?here is scarcely a bail place in the house. A good ricw of the stage can be hail from every part of tho theatre. The ventilation is exoellent; ami, from tin Jact that there are soventy-two windows in the build wig, always accessible and so arranged as to lie turned to account If required, the theatre may he made a pleasant and cool resort in summer. ^ he arrangements or emptying the house ar ? perfect Each floor i inde pendent of th" other, and there is no communication between them Independent ot the regular one. For the performers there are eight dressing Morns, ?nc of which is 100 feet by 50, and furnished with bollix, ?stuns, Ac. Extensive accommodation prevail.- m the gallery for tho gods. The proscenium is thirty two feet square. The wardrobe Is placed over Winttl called tlm fly loor, or at the top of the building. To guard against fire water pipes are run in every dir-c.boii, and by opening a single valve the whole place may be quickly flooded. The r>-ar entrance and the sreno room are on Thirty-third street Th ? dome Is the crowning glory of the struct or . It has been painted by skilful Italian artists, and present.-; an ?fry, brilliant picture to the eye. The colors employed to portray a variety of flowers and figures h ive been chiefly crimson and sky blue, which light np with good effect The private boxes, eight In number, nro de Signed to command a full view of the performance without allowing any embarrassing exposure of their ?ccupants to the audience. COULISSE CHAT. George Honey, who will play Eccles on tho reproduc tion of "Cast'' at Wailack's, performotl the part in tho ?rigiuaJ cast A centennial sensation is to be introduced in Fox's ?ew pantomime of "Humpty Dumply In Every Clime," sluch will be brought out ai Booth's on the 25th. Wachtel w II inaugurals a season of opera at the icademy of Music to m rrow evening, appearing in ?Is favorite rOu of Haoul, .n "I,es Huguenots" of Meyerbeer. Colonel John T. Raymond Sellers bosjust closed s wo weeks'enpigcmcnt at the Walnut ^treet Theatre, ffciladelphls, and is caid to iMSedrawn unprecedented!/ urge houses. Benedict's delightful open of "The Lily of Killarney," which has been in rehearsal for some time, will be pro luccd by the Kellogg English Opera Troupe during the ?resent t-eason in ibis city. The Florences have been engaged by John McCuI ougli to give "The Mighty Dollar" at the California rbcatre, ban Francisco, alter the run of Die "contem toraneous political satire" at the Park Theatre. On the mb Theodore Thomas begins, at the Academy ifMusir, Philadelphia, a series of four grand symphony wuccrts Mesdames Antoinette Sterling and Made sine Schiller are announced as the soloists at the first MMMt "Our Boys" was withdrawn from the Chestnut .Street 'heatre, Philadelphia, last night, after running *.nce he JOth of September. It wm well put on the stage, ?nd the new nuinaglment meets with general encour gtemcnt. The White Ctn?Lt'.i grand eonuirtf w.h be given ju ijr mm! Thuruday evenings nsxt, at Steinway Hall. I Mr. Joseph While, violinist, and Sefior Ygnacto Cer 1 van tes, pianist, will make their first appear on oe before an American audience on Tuesday evening. During Edwin Booth's engagement at Daly's Fifth Avenue Theatre, which will commence on the 25th task, he will appear in "Hamlet," "The Apostate," "Richelieu," "Othello" and "Richard II." The last named piece he will play In for the first time. The vVindw r Dramatic Club, which lost winter gave ?o many performances for the purpose of charity, holds its opening reception for the year 1875-0 at the Lexinglon Avenue Opera House, October 21, with "The Pride of the Market" and "A Regular Fix." To-morrow night Qitbert's two act drama "Contrast," as the bills call it, will be produced at the Chestnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia, for the first timo in this country. "Tom Cobb," by the some author, now run ning in London, where both pieces are aaid to meet with great success, will slso be brought out this week. Mr. Meyer, of the "Bismarck Quartet Club," In this city, has recelvod a letter from Prince Bismarck's private secretary accepting with thanks the honorary membership of the club, which they bad tendered to the German Chancellor. It is an interesting circum stance, worthy of note, that Bismarck, a* s boy, re ceived his musical tuition from F. Krflzer, the leader of the club. The ninth season of the Bymphony concerts of Mr. Theodoro Thomas eommences at Steinway Hall on Saturday evening, November 13. Considering that the subscribers already number 2,000, the popularity of those concerts is certainly assured. One ol the features of tho season will be tho choral symphony of Beeth oven, in which the New York Oratorio Socloty will tuke part The orchestra will number from 70 to XOO per formers. THE GREAT SCULLING RACE. THE RACE FOB THE CHAMPIOXSHIP OF AMERICA? EVAN MORRIS THE WINNER?A SPLENDID AND EXCITING RACE?WON BX TWO BOATS LENGTHS ON A HOMESTRETCH. Prrrsnnta, Oct 16, 1875. The great sculling race for the championship of America and a purso of $1,000, between Evan Morris and Henry Coolter, came ofT this afternoon at Logan's Eddy, on the Allegheny River, on tho samo course which the contestants rowed over some few weeks since. The race proved to be one of the most stubbornly contested that has ever taken place on American water, and tho time given?thirty-five minutes, twenty seconds?is considered tho best on record. In the former contest Coulter attributed his defeat partially to unfitness of the bout, inasmuch us tho craft dipped deeply at tho prow with each swing of the oars, thus materially retarding its progress through the water. He hIso laid much blame on the crew of his guide boot for tho wild manner with which they s toe rod him through the race. A fresh match was accordingly proposed, but Morris insisted on an increase of stakes to $1,000 aside; but after some parleying bo finally agreed to row for the same amount as in the previous race. The men went into training at once, and Coulter in a week's time had a new shell built, which suited him to a uicoty. He put up at an inn near tho village of Mont rose and had for trainers ex-champion sculler Jimmy Hamill and Pat Spec. Morris did work at his old quar ters near Uarmcrsville, and was seen to by Joe Kayo and other members of the Clipper Boat Club. TUX HACK. The day opened dull and heavy and fine rain fell at intervals, which kept many from taking passage on ex cursiou trains to the scene of tho struggle. As a con sequence the attendance was not near so large us on the last occasion. Shortly before three o'clock Coulter shot out from the north shore, enveloued in heavy dark blue flannels, ami, jmddling to tbo Starting point, stripped himself lor the race. He was in splendid con dition and seemed confident of success. Morris soon followed, and as the day was chilly donned bis armle.-s Shirt, white trunks, and wore about his head a white handkerchief About three o'clock everything was in readiness. The reicrce save the word, and the boots darted off, Coulter catching water quickest, giving hun at once the lead. Ho made the most of his advantage and ended 100 yards a clear length alieud. He rowed splendidly and had a quicker stroke than before. At tlio end of tho first mile he was three tioat's lengths ahead of Morris, who seemed pulling well within hiui.-ulf, and with the saino i-teady, effective strok". Turning the buoy CoulM^ bad put another le tli to his three and rounded handsomely and shot homeward atacllpplng pace. Immediately alter rounding Morris seemed to gaUMr himsclt up and his rowing was strong, above that of uny time since the start. Foot by loot he gained on his competitor, and tbodgb Coulter's row ing seemed us game us ever be was gradually losing tbc advuntago gained in the early pari of the race. At Power 'a Run Morris was dead even with blm and would not bo shook off Ho pushed to tho frout, and now the rowing of both men was beautiful and exciting to those on the shore. When Morris had a clean length between him and his competitor it seemed that that was the dlstanco for many minutes, as Coulter was pulling all that ho was able to. hearing the finish, however, the Morris lead was increased t > a boat's length and u half, and finally to two bout's i iigdli . at which distance he crossed the line, thn.-' winning for tho second time the title Of "Champion Professional Oarsman of America." Th>- time given by the reieroe, John Maxwell, was 35rn. 20s. YALE UNIVERSITY BOAT CLUB. ANNUAL FALL RACES YESTEBDAY?CONTESTS BE TWEEN THE JUNIOB ACADEMIC CLASS AND THE LAW SCHOOL, THE SCIENTOTCS AND THE ACADEMIC fumnrw, SOPBOMOBEH AND JT NIOB CLASSES. New Haves, Oct 16, 1875. This afternoon occurred the annual fall races of the Tale University Doat Club on Lake Sainton! tall, about Ave miles east ofitiis city. Owing to the rainy weather the attendance was confined mostly to students, to the number of about l,u >0. The water was quite good and the races were promptly called and finished without any fools or other troubl". The first rsce was ,in shells over a three-mile turn atiout coarse, crews from tho Junior Academic Class and the Law School participating. It was won easily by the Law School in l'.en 37s . the Juniors following In 2om. The latter contained two probable members of the coming University crow, while the former is sub stantially the school'.- crew of last spring. Rest came a bug. race of a mile and return, between crews from Freshm-n o tho Scientific School, and one flrotn tb" Academic Freshmen. The excellent member of the University crew of 1874 who was nearly killed while sliding down hill last winter had recovered suffi ciently to coach and steer the Scientific.*. The Academic Freshmen took the lead and k> pt it, winning in 13m. 83'.a., the Scientific* second, in 14m. 13J4-i. Then came a finale scull raco. one mile nn<l return. H. Livingston", of tho .Sophomore class, polled a very handsome stroke and woi. in 15m, 20",s., beaten only twice ou tho lake?once by Owen, of'72, whose time was 14m. lis., and again by Kennedy last spring in 15m 21a Tti" latter was out In hti boat, and has recently vastly improved, having gone ovor tho course within a week in 11m. Us. Ho took single scull at Saratoga last'summer, and is now in.-tructor in the scientific School. Captain Cook, who pulls mahout tiie arne time, was also a spectator In the race T. A. t ? rnon, senior scientific, was second in 10m. W. A. Ransom, Sophomore class, third, in 16m. SO?**. The races closed with another barge race between crews from Sopbomoro and Junior classes and the Law f-cbool cTew. The struggle between Juniors and Law School was very exciting over the sec ond mile. At the beginning of it the two ran along abreast for some time, but the Juniors drew ahead a little, and during (lie last half maintained a ! id of two-thirds of a length without any percepti ble change to the nnish, winning in llira. 18\a ; Law CI aVii.^-1 t flfti ilfld k>. itk!ii,rrwar/iu ''rn School. 18m. '.'6; Sophomore*. 8m. 4o-. Stroke-daring the day weri not higher than thirty eight to th? mln tie ar.d sometimes fell to thirty Captain K J 1 >ok acted as Mtttokccper and E. P. Howe, '7'., as referee and starter. Tho prizes were silver cups, modal* and oar a CREEDMOOR. TWO COMPETITIONS TESTEItDAT?FEW COMPET ITORS PRESENT?THE SCORES. Only two marksmen completed their scores yesterday fur tho Luther Hodge. H. 8. Jewell and A. V. Canfield, Jr., began to shoot, but retired. Mr. F. Hyde arrival on a late train, but did not oompetc. The rain pre vented a large attendance and interfered omewh it wtih the shooting at 1.000 yard*. Firing began aitwelve o'clock M. The conditions of the match were a* fol lows:? COglNTMSA '?pen onlv to the members ot the Amateur Ki'lc Club; distance 8ho, 800 and 1,000 yards; position, any; weapon any rifle within the rules; rounds, Uie at each distance, with the privilege of two sighting shot*; entrance fee $1: to be won three times (not neces aarily consecutively) before becoming ilio property of the winner. The scores were a* follows:? It THRU ImDGK. .Vamci. i'anln ToLal*. i 800?4 6 5 5 5?24 1 Mr Rath bone . J no ? 5 4 5 5 5?24 1 65 I 1. 000?2 4 4 5 2? 1 - ) | 800?5 ft 6 ft 6?26 j W B Farwcll " 900?4 2 4 5 it?20S 63 I l.boo~4 6 4 6 0?IS 1 W A French won the Hevnuth regiment shells, scor ing Id out of 2ft points at 600 yards There were seven Oth< r competitor*. The match for the Irish-American Rifle Club's Chal lenge Cup was postponed on account of the weather. Mr. H. Burton is entitled to the cup, us he has won It oftV"r lh?fc Vu'-' vumpctitob JEROME PARK RACES. The races announced to come off'yosterday afternoon were postponed, on account of the rain, until to-mor row, when, should the weather permit, they will come off, and the autumn meeting bo brought to a close. It is not Improbable, howover, that the American Jockey Club may take advantage of the flno weather?the In dian summer? that wo generally have tn the latter jmrt of October to have a few extra days' racing, as there are always horses on hand in this neighborhood to make up respectable fields. POINT BREEZE PARK RACES. PuiLanKi-rnia, Pa., Oct. 10, 1876. The management of Point Breeze Park this morning postponed the unfinished 2:34 and 2:20 races of yester day until Monday, at ten o'clock. The track was doep with mud and tho woather threatening. THE MARYLAND JOCKEY CLUB. Tho races at Baltimore will commence on Tuesday and continue four consecutive days. A despatch from tho Secretary of the club stales that tho prospects tor a spirited meeting are good. The disease that has been affecting the horses In this neighborhood has not shown itself at Pltulico, and all the horses there aro well and fit to run. The track is In tine urder and the grounds and its approaches look well. TROTTING AT ROCHESTER. LUCILLE GOLDDTTST BEATS THOMAS I* YOTTNG AND LITLU MAKES THE BEST THREE HEATS ON RECORD. [From the Rochester Evening Express, Oct. 15.] A more tieanttful October day than yesterday (Thurs day) could not have been selected for tho special meet ing at tho Rochester Driving Park. The sun shone out bright, clear and warm, and everything promisod well for fine trotting. The track co Id not have been in finer condition, and shortly after two o'clock between 2,000 and 3,000 pcoplo wero on tho grounds, anxiously awatUng the two events of the day?an attompt by Lain and her driver, Charley Groen, to beat Goldsmith Maid's best time, 2:14, for a purso of $2,000, and the trot bo tween Luc.tlo Golddust and Thomas L. Young, for a purso of $1,500. About hall-past two Lucille Golddust and Thomas L. Young appeared, tho former driven by Mr. Nat Palmes, of this city, and tho latter by Charley Green. The two beautiful animals got away well together on the first trial, Young having tho advantage. Just before reaching the quarter polo Lucille made a break and fell back about two lengths. On the backstretch, however, she made one of hor magiuficeut bursts of speed, and though Green was sending Young for all he was worth she closed up so rapidly on him that at the hall'-milo polo they wcro nearly oven. From that point until alter tlfo distance stand was passed tho race was nock and nock, but tho mare broko at the latter point aud fell behind, whtlo Young took the heat in 2:22. For the second heat the pools sold In favor of Young at the odds of 26 to 10, tho opinion being expressed thut Palmer was not sufficiently acquainted with the Golddust mare to drive her to win. Young again got away ahead aud Increased it on tho first hall to some six or seven lengths on account of Lucillo's two breaks Just before and Just alter passing the quarter polo. Palmer cut tbo mare loose, however, on the strightand sbe caught Young about tho throo-quartcr pole, after a trotnondous spurt. From that point to tho fin ish the struggle was very exciting, but tho maro proved too much lor the gcldiug and she won by about a neck in 2:21 *. . The noxt two heats wore closely contested, hut Palmer seemed to have obtained "the hang" of tbo mare ami ho brought her in each time tho wiuner. Tho following is tho SUMMARY. RoctiRSTKR Driviro 1'akk, Oct. 14, 1875?Special Fall Meeting.?Purse $1,500, best three In five, mile hc-ata, to harness; $1,000 to tho first and $600 to tho second horse. N. Palmer's b. m. Lucille Golddust 2 111 Charles Green's s. g. Thomas L. Young 12 2 2 Time, 2:22-2:21 >?-2:21-2:21*. I.t'LC AGAISST TIME. This was, of course, considered the event of tho day, and tho result proved that it w..s not only the event of the day but the greatest trotting event of tho year. Though ' Lulu failed to beat Goldsmith Maid's best time?2:14?she succeeded in trotting three heats which aggregate the fastest on record, and heats oven her magnificent performance here last Augu.-t. Fho was accompanied by a piebald running horse attached to a sulky, which "was driven Just far enough behind her to excite hor to her best efforts. On the first heat she did not seem to get down to her host work until she reached tho backstretch, where tho runner had closed pretty well up. After that she trotted splen didly. On the homestretch the pace was very fust, hut she onlv succeeded In getting in in 2:16*. On l lie second heat Green made a more desperate at tempt to win the coveted $2,000 aud the glory ol beat ing 5:14, and Luiu's trotting for the first throe-quarters ot a mile wa? such as to inspire tho belief that she would accomplish the wonderful feat. It is generally behoved that sbo would have done so but for tkn high wind which was blowing from tbo southeast, and which blew square In her face quite hard when she was rounding the upper turn. Charley Green put her to her best, but it was useless; he w as just one Becond too late, going under the wiro in 2:14*. This practically ended tho strugglo, thougli on her third attempt sho made the splendid time of 2:1ft It is tho iilmost uni versal belief among horsemen that Lulu will yot suc ceed in trotting below 2:14, and hor performance yes terday fully justifies it. The following is tho SUMMARY. Rochxstkr Driving Park, Get. 14. 1875?Special Fail Mooting.?Purse $2,U00; Lulu against time; throe trials. TIME. Three Quarter. Half. quarter*. Mile. First heat 34* 1:08 4;41* 2:16* Second heat 88* 1:06* 1:40 2,14* Third heat 34 1:06* 1:40* 2:10 NASHVILLE RACES. Nahhvii.i.k, Tcnn., Oct 16, 1875. This was the fourth anil last day of the Albion Jockey Club fall meeting. The attendance was very large and the.track heavy on account of tho rain. The meeting has been, a grand success, and wound up with abix bout in which about 100 ladles and gentlemen par ticipated. The first rare was for the Linck's llotol Stakes, mile halts, and resulted as follow*:? Sue Wynn 1 1 Katie 2 3 George llflhw 4 2 Plantvuo 3dia \ olcuuo did not .-.tart Time, 1:40?1:461*. The betting was 10 to 1 against Sue Wynn. The second race was for a club purse of $200, mile heats, best three in live. Sallie Gardner won in three straight h' it . beating Brakesman second. Ttmo, 1:47,g?l:47>a?1:48)4. Gardner was tho favorite. The third race was for tho Consolation Purse of $150, mile heats. The race was won by Pythias in two straight heats, boating Redman second, and New Bern third, .-urainer Rose was fourth and Sebroe tilth in the lirst heat, and both distanced In tho second heat. Cataran and Ida Love were distanced in the Orst beat. Time, 1:47?1:4514. RACING IN NEVADA. Stats Fair Grockd, Kkwo, Nev., Oct. 8.?Parse $1,500; $*10 to the first, $400 to the socoDd, $300 to the third; mile heats, best three in five:? Owner's Urinstead * Ill Owner's Overland Pal 2 2 2 Owner's Irene Harding 3 4 3 Owner's Major Braille v 4 3d is Time, 1:47?1:46)4?1:4?X. MINIATURE YACHTING. THE LITTLE VESSELS CAltEF.lt TNG OVER THE WATERS OF PROSPECT PARK LAKE. The pretty little lake at Prospect Park was not sur rounded yesterday afternoon by the interested crowd which usually assembles about It to witness the races of the miniaturo yachts. This was owing to the rain and threatening weather which prevailed daring the day. A small number of dovotces o( the sport gathered together at about half past two, however, wbeu it was naming hard, In the hope that a clear sky would soon appear. But It was n >l until nearly five o clock that there was any sign of a break in tbc clouds. When the ram did 011-1 preparations were at onct made lor a start. The lo.lowing boats were entered.? LrnrflK. .Yams. tnchiu. Owner. He pub lie 03 Mr < i^kim. Adirondack .63 Mr. C. Grant Wonder 56 Mr W Smith. Wanderer 60 Mr. C. Bum e. Kilty Freeman 03 Mr. U Wells. The course first decided upon WW from tho dam to the path. As the boats were placed In line tbero was hardly a breath of air. Mr. Bunco withdrew his boat before the start What little wind there wat at the tunc of the start canio from tho south. The Republic had the position Dearest to the soutii bank, with the Wonder next to her tho Adirondack being thiol in line and tbo Kitty Freeman next to the north bank. Ah the word "go!" was giv. u to ? yachts started on on the port tank, hut made very little beadw 1 for several minute- Afterabotii twenty yards bad been gone over the Wonder began to creep ahead, with the Adirondack noxt to her, while the Republic drifted in under the lee of the south bank of tin lake ate! got ahead very little. The Wonder did not hold her lon-most position long, for tho Adirondack got a puff which she did not led so strongly by being Farther out from shore. When tho course was hall sailed the Adirondack am. ihead of the fleet; but m the next thirty yards the Wonder had again overhauled and passed her. The Republic was still lorly yards Is hind the Adirondack, and the Kitty Freeman was some distance astern of her. The Republic and Kitty Free man at thW juncture seemed to be out of tbo ru'eei and all attention was centred upon the first two boats. When they arrived within about 100 feel of the path it was decided to chgjuui toe termination of the course to the Cove, on account of a puff of wind which wan theu fell from the went. The Adirondack wan the first boat to be put around. The Wonder stood on the port tack and crossed the Adiron dack's bow by meana of n flaw which she took from her rival's sails. Now the Republic was sot'D to take advantage of the change in the wind. She began to creep up along the south bank to the weather position quite rapidly, with the Kitty Freeman a ahort distance to leeward of her. While the Wonder and Adirondack were making short tucks along the western shore of the lake the Republic went around when within about twenty feet of the home stake and crossed it the winning boot. The other yachts crossed the lino In the following prder:?Wonder, Adirondack and Kitty Free man. THE BAKERS' CONVENTION. MEETING OF THE KItF.K AND ACCEPTED BATTERS? NO MORE BREAD TO BE BAKED ON SUNDAY? THE WHITE SLAVES WHO WORK ONE HUN DRED AND THIRTY HOURS A WEEK. Last evening the Journeymen bakers of this city held a moss meeting at Military Hull, in the Bowery, pur suant to a call from tho trade In general, to devise measures whereby bakers should not bo compelled to work during Sunday morning and night, as is now the case. As a public body bakers are very Beldom heard of, yet tho trade Is represented in this city and Brooklyn by 8,000 journeymen and apprentices, among whom aro French, German, Irish, Scotch and English workingmen. Bakers cam from $5 to $25 a week, the smaller sum having board addod to it In the seven days of the week thcro aro but 168 hours and of this time the bakers work irom 108 hours (tho minimum) to 130 hours (tho maximum). But the bakers chtofly complain of having to work on Sunday from nino or eleven o'clock in tne morning until the samo hours on Monday morning, so that, in fact, it is true that they work eighteen oat of every twenty four hours in each day. There aro fifty houses m Nejv York that make French bread which Is so desirable at the morning breakfasts in the dwellings of the wealthy and at the tables of tho fashionable restaurants. These French bakorics aro the most inexorable in their do mauds for the labor of their bakers, and it is to theso and the German baker shops that the journeymen im pute the loug hours and tho disregard of the Sabbath. According to the statements made last evening at the moating in Military Hall, there aro eight grand di visions of the Order of Acceptod Bakers?one in Now York, one in Brooklyn, one in Newark, N. J.; one in Al bany, one in Troy, one in New Haven and two In Boston. The Grand Master of tho bakers' organization Is Will iam J. Ginlvien. Many of the bukors work for $11 a week, only $6 of which arc paid in cash, even though the baker be a married man. The remaining (5 are put down to the account of board?tho board con sisting of two meals in each twenty-four hours, and tho meals comprise only warm bread and coffee in tho majority of bakeries. A few minutes previous to tho call for order from the chair man, Mr. John W. Bynen, tho BakerB' Guard, a target company, marched down tho Bowery and saluted ttio Bakers' Convention, ana in turn they wore cheered enthusiastically from the windows or Military Hall The chairman having stated the object of tho mooting, the late Grand Master, Mr. .Samuel Stirrit, addressed the Convention. Ho stated that tho .Sabbath was acknowledged and accepted by all Chris tians as a day of rest, but for tho journeymen bakers it was not a day of rest. The brethoru of his trade Hail to go to work on Sunday morning and work all day and night without intermission. In fact tho work of the bakers, he said, is NOTHING BUT FERPKTUAL MOTION. The speaker behoved that good breud could be fur nished to the people of New York without tho neces sity of tho bakers working on Sunday. In the great city of London, which possesses a civilization as high as ours, the bakers did not work on Sunday hut go to work at threo o'clock on Monday morning; and in Ireland the baker ouly worked in tho day time and enjoyed his nights to himself. In Scotland the public lind no inconvenience, because tho bakers have their Sabbath for worship una rest, and, in lact, tho speaker did not poo why a Journeyman baker should tie compelled to work at all on Sunday. As it was now, a man working a bake shop eighteen out ol twenty-four hours has no time at all for mental, moral or social improvement, and tho em plovor who expects his workingmen to be faithful or holiest umler such circumstances oxpects an impossi bility. At this junctnro Mr. Isaac Hunter, the Secre tary, read a number of resolutions embodyiug the senti ments of tho Convention on the Sunday question, tho principal point of which wns that the bakers de clared it to ho lawlul and lair to go to work at ten o'clock on Sunday evening, and not before. These res olutions were unanimously adopted, and tho Convention also decided to appoint a committeo to confer with tho boss bakers, in order that some proper understanding might he urrived at teuding to a better observance of the Sabbath on the part of the employer and the employed. Addresses were made by Mr. Peter Miller, Mr. Alexander Lang, Mr. William Dean and others, alter which the Convention adjourned. SHIPPING NEWS OCEAN STEAMEES. DAT88 OP DEI'ARTl'RB FROM XKW TORE FOB TUB MONTHS OF Ot'TOBKR AND NOVKMliKR. Steamer. Slate of Georgia... Bothnia Italy Klnpstock The yneen Anchoria Germanic City of Chester.... Main Abyssinia i'rtsin 1* ('aland Ville do Puna Celtic City of MontreaL.. Rhein Spain Victoria Dakota Algeria State of Penniyl'a. Vijeland Adriatic City of Berlin Bolivia Enn Oder Wisconsin Poramerania Mans Baltic Amerique Citv of Richmond. Wyoming State of Indiana... Snevia Nil.'.*. J1 >rjt inutiun Oct. 20.(Glasgow.., Oct. 20. [Liverpool.. Oct. 21 Oct. 21. Oct. 23 Oct. 23. Oct. 23. Oct. 23. London.... Ilambnrg.. Liverpool.. Glasgow... Liverpool., Liverpool.. Oct. 23.1 Bremen.. Oct. 27 Oct. 28 Oct. 28 Oct. 30. Oct. 3d. Oct 30. Oct. 3". (let. 30 Oct. 30. Nov. 2. Nov. 3 Nov. 3. Nov. 4 Nov. 0. Nov. fl. Nov. 6. Nov. 6. N ov. 0. Nov. P Nov. 11. Nov. 11. Nov. 13. Nov. 13. Nov. 13. Nov. 10. Nov. 17. Nov. 18 Liverpool.. Hamburg.. Rotterdam. Havre Liverpool.. Liverpool.. Bremen.... Liverpool.. ? lasgow... Liverpool.. Liverpool.. Glasgow... Hamburg . Liverpool.. Liverpool Glasgow... Liverpool.. Bremen.... Liverpool.. Hamburg . Rotterdam. Liverpool.. llavro Liverpool.. Liverpool.. Glasgow Hamnnrg Office. 72 Broadway 4 Howling Green 69 Broadway 01 Broadway 09 Broadway 7 Bowling Green 19 Broadway 15 Broaaway 2 Rowling Green 4 Rowling Greet! 61 Broadway AO Broadway 55 Broadway IB Broadway 15 Broadway 2 Bowling Green 09 Broadway 7 Bowling Green i9 Broadway 4 Bowling Ureon l'? Broadway 01 Broadway 19 Broadway 15 Broadway 7 Bowling Green 09 Broadway 2 Bowiitig Green 29 Broadway 01 Broadway 0(1 Broadway 19 Broatiwav 55 Broadway 15 Broadway 29 Broadway 72 Broadway 01 Broadway City of New * York* i Nov* 20. Liverpool.. 115 Broad we, tTf NOTICE TO CAPTAINS OF VESSELS ENTERINQ IK PORT OF NEW YORK AT NIGHT.?The Nkw York Kit a Li> has adopted a distinguishing Coeton night signal for ie on board the Herald steam yacht, showing while burn g the color* red, green, red, changing IToin one to the other i succession, and can he seen several miles distant. Cap iin? of vessels, upon seeing this signal, will oblige us by p re aring any marine news they may havo lor the Ship News cpartmeut of the Hkrald. Oij~ Persons desirous of communicating with vessels arriv ig at New York can do so by addressing to such vessels, care I IIkkalp new* yacht, pier No 1 East River, New York, etters received from all parts of the world and promptly de vered. Duplicates are required ALMANAC FOR NEW YORK?THIS DAY. fcn ai*d moo* j nion watrk. Fun riots 6 13 | Got. lBian<l....morn 0 56 Fun sbUi 6 17 | Sandy Hook...morn 9 10 Moonrikcs eve 6 57 | Hell Gate morn 11 40 PORT OF NEW YORK, OCT. 16, 1875. CLEARED. Steamer City of New York (Br), Lochead, Liverpool via Queeuslown?J oho G Dale. Steamer KgyptiBrj, Grogan, Liverpool via Qneenstown? P W J Hurst. Steamer California (Br), Ovenetone, Glasgow?Henderson Broe. Steamer Dnnau (Ger), Bnsslns, Bremen via Southampton? Oelrichs 4 Co. Steamer Colon, Tanner, Asplnwail?Pacific Mail Steam ship Co. Steamer Atlae (Br), Low, Aux Cayes and Kingston?Plm, Porwmai 4 Co. Steamer George W Clyde, Pennington, Oalveston via Key Weet?C H Mnllory A Co. steamer New Or leant, Dearborn, New Orleant?Clark A Seaman. Steamer Brashear, Purlieu, New Orleant?Choa A Whitney A Co. Steamer San Salvador, Nickerson, Savannah?W Bo arri val. StVamer Athland, Crowell, Savannah?R Lowden. Hteamer Champion. Lockwood, Charleston?J W Quintan! A Co. Steamer Old Dominion, Walker, Norfolk, City Point and Richmond?Old Dominion Steamship Co. Steamer John Uihson, Winters, Georgetown, DC?J C Konyrm. steamer Experiment, Pierce. Philndelnhia?Joe Hand. Steamer Gen Whitnev, Hulled, Boston?H K Dirnock. Bark Prof Sehweigaarrl iNor), Svang. ttork or Falmouth for orders?Hockmann, Oorline A Co Bark Klcordo (Ital), Yalle, Queeustown or Falmouth for oixlers?Henham A Bnyesen. Hark Bremen (Gar), liollmers. Bremen?E l'avcnstadt A Co. Bark Caroline (Ger). Strieker, Bremen?J A Pauline. Bark Jenny iGerj, Grote. Bremen?P Schwoon. Bark New York (ftor), Sorensvu, Havre?Punch, Edyo A Co. Bark Sirrah (Nor), llalvorsen, Charleston?C Tobias A Co. 4, Brig Somerset ihri, Henley, flail. K?C W Bertaux. Brig Pedro, Small. Ht Domingo City?John Zittlosen. Brig Brothers (Bri, Vihert. Gaapo liasib (Csnadaj ? A H Solomon A Co. Itrig Laura Gertrude, Risk, Brunswick, Ga?Warren Ray. Sclir Imuulse (Br), Kountrce, Belixe, Hon?Leayc raft A Co. Sclir Ernst T Lee, Hideout, Havana?.1 K Ward A Co. Sclir Geo D Pulierton (Mr;. Ailon, St Johns, NP?C W Ber taux. Schr Olivia A O'Mnllen, Reynolds, Windsor. NH?C W Ber taux. Sclir Carrie Ileyer, Poland, Savannah?Evans, Ball A Co. Schr Ben BevarldgS, Wilmington, NC?K H Powell. Schr Jas It Kelsoy. liodino, Norfolk, Va?Overton A Haw kins. Schr John Rose, Howell, Richmond, J'n?A Abbott. Srhr Mary E Simmons, Gaudy, Philadelphia?Overton A Hawkins. Hehr know Klaka, Brown, Philadelphia?Slaglit A Petty. SnUr Koaina. Mali*. Pyuyydenua? DslaJiuy A Wallers. AKHIVALS. RKFOKTBD IT THH HNUUi 8TKAM YACRTU AND HBBALD W1UTK8TUHC TXLBUHnU'U U? Steamer Germanic (Br), Ktaud;, Liverpool Oct 7 vie Queeiistowu nth. wiln mdsc andpaasangcrs t" Hi Cortis. Steamer Dorian (Br), Ritchie, Bordeaux 18 days, with mdsc undone passenger to Henderson Bros. Hod strong VV uiid WW ami rfw winds and heavy head sea and f"ggy weather; off Fire lilatid, nusacd two steamers, bound east. Steamer Richmond, K' lley, Norfolk, with cotton to tho Old Dominion Btonm*hh> Co. Bark (Jtaoomu Mortola (llul), Oltvari, Gloucester 51 days, in ballaat, to 8lorovir.li ,t i V Bark Bmilia (lamps (Ititl), Caffiero, Bristol 31 dayi. In ballast to A P Agrosla. Bark Omen (Nor), llaugland, Leitb 56 days, In ballast to runoh, Edye A Co. Bark Praucisco Chiunsnm (Ital), Plzcardo. Dublin 58 days, in ballast to Slocovicb A Co. B*rk Roberto (of Halifax), Oeddea, Bremen 53 days, in ballast to D It Do Wolfe A Co. Bark Pekin (of Boston), Seymour, llovro Sept 15, In bal last to J ?w W El wo U A Co. Bark Voata (Nor), Uruudle, Baltimore for Londonderry, put in here in distress. Capt Gruudle makes the following reportSailed from Baltimore Sept 38 ami the Capua Out . ? ,ir.? carK" "f for Londonderry ; Oct 10. lafltt 30. ion 67 do, experienced a hurricane from SB veering around to NW, lasting 18 boors , carried away tlie rudder head. Brig Emma L Shaw (of Winds, r, NS), Maoomber, Glou cester. B, 29 days, in ballast to Simpson A Hhaw. Hchr trlodne (of Portland), Web bur. Glasgow 80 days wltb coal to J H Winchester A Co. W as 23 days weet of the Banks, with strong SW and NW galea Hclir Luso (Port) Campos, Itio .1 anelro 43 days, wltb cof fee to Q Amsiuck A Co. Crossed the Equator Bept 18 in Ion .'17. Schr Willie L Ilall, Davis, Virginia. PASSED THROUGH HELL GATE. BOUND SOUTH. Steamer Galatea, Waldron, Providence for New York. Schr Clara W Blwall, llall, Nova Scotia tor Philadelphia. Hchr ,1 D Ingrahnm, Nlckerson, Portland for Philadelphia. 8chr Belle K Hull. Avery, Providence for New York. Kchr Fanny Pont, Eaton, Providence for New York. Schr Mary E Pearson. Thomas, Bangor for New York. Hchr Mary Fletcher, Webster, Bridgeport for New Turk. Hchr Kmms A BUen, Fox, Hartford for New York. Bchr Cornelias Pratt, Providence for New York. Kchr Joseph Raymond, Howard, Providence for New York. Helir John K Ilurst, Cook, Providence for New York. Schr Adolo Felicia, Elliott. Norwich for New York. Schr E A I Oakly. Truetnan, Puwtucket for New York. Hchr Hester, Davis, Portcheeter for Now York. BOUND EAST. Steamer Albatroe. Davis. New York for Pall River. Brig O B Still man, Tihhets, Now York for Liverpool. Hchr John Loxier. Lincoln. New York lor Touuton. Schr Cocheco. Young, New York for Kcnneboc. Bchr Harriet Lewis, 0ashman, Port Johnson for New Bed ford. Hchr Albion, 8cott, Hoboken for Boston, Schr Raven, Warren, Port Johnson for Providence. Schr W -S Thompson, Bradley. Am boy for New liaven. Hchr A T Bourdman. Elliott, Uoboken for Providence. Hchr Elliot L Dow, Dow, New York for Boston. Sc hr L E DonnUon, Allen. Newtmrg for New London. Schr Clnrabel, Nickcrson. ltondout for Boston. Schr Emma M Fox, Fox, Port Johnson fur Boston. Schr Condova, Wilson, New York lor Providence, Hchr Katie P Lunt, Super, New York for Portland. Hehr D L Stnrges, Mills, Port Johnson for New Bedford. Hchr J Ponder, Jr, Brown. Klir.abetbport for Salem. Bchr Union, Stevens, Hoboken for Fall Ktver. Schr Kate Hcranton, Palmer, Port Johnson for Providence. BELOW. Bark Due Fratelli (Ital),from Cadiz. Burk Sura (Aut). from England. Burk Jupiter (Ger), from Dublin. Also a German bark, niunc unknown. SAILED. Steamers Britannic (Br), for Liverpool; City of New York (Br), do; Egypt (Br), do; Donan (Ger), Bremen; California iBr), Glasgow; Denmark (Br), London; Somerset (Br), Instol: Pranee (Fr), Havre; Colon, Aspiuwoll; Atlas (Br), Kingston. Ac; Geo W Clyde. Galveston via Key West; Now Orleans, New Orleans; Bras! oar, do; Sou Salvador, Havan uub, Asblaud, do; Champion, Charleston; John iiihson. Georgetown, DC; Old Dominion, Richmond. Ac; harks Lion (Br), Sydney, CB: Prof Schwcigaard (Nor), Cork; Sarah (Br), (llasgow; Marathon. Auckland, NZ; Zelos (Nor), Vuecnstuwn or Falinonth; brig Eliza Thompson, Arroyo, Wind at sunset, W. Barometer at sunset, 29.43. MARITIME MISCELLANY. Bark Vksta (Nor), from Baltimore for Londonderry, baa pat into this port in distress (see port arrivals). Bank M Wood (Br), Wllmot, from Sydney, CB which was rcnortod arrived at Charleston 7th inst, went ashore on Pampkin Uiil Shoals evening of 15th lust. Next morning a tug gut her off and took her up to the city, leaking badly, and with the water up to her decks. Bitio Hakkt Sxrril. launched at Bangor Oct 13, measures 134.1 feot in length, 39.9 in breadth, 17.2 in depth, and 520.19 tons guvernmout tonnage. Kcim W* Mc Loon went ashore at South Thorn art on night oflllthiust. She was bound from New York lor South Tho m as ton with a load of corn. Both vessel uud cargo arc badly Injured. Sloop Coxuvklia Sparks, Davis, from North River for the Rappahannock, put into Norfolk Oct 13 in di-tress, hav ing encountered heavy weather the previous morning, when below tho Wolf Trap, Chesapeake Hay, during wlilch she lost ber jib stay and a large canoe, and hud sails split. She was undergoing repairs on the 14tn, WHALEMEN. Arrived at Newport Oct 16, bark Qreyhnnnd. Allen, of Westport, from the Indian Ocean, 40 months' cruise, with 1100 bbls ho and 500 do wh oil, 51 days from St Helena; ?ent 800 bbls home; all well; 1* bound to New Bedford. About 300 milea Soli of Bermuda saw a schooner's malnuiiiet and sails floating. Cleared at New Bedford Oct 15, achr Riling San, Taylor, Province town. At Bravo, Cape Verda, Aug S.schrs Flying Fiah, Neale, and i.olden West, Williams, of NL ibotti to sail next day for South Shetland Islands) ; Roswoll King, Fuller, of NL, clean, all well. At do Aug 27, steam achr Franc is Allyn, Gl? as, of NL, clean, all wolh SPOKEN. Bark Alsvid (Nor). Swentsen, from New York for Fal mouth, K, Oct 12. Int 39 10, Ion 66 08. Bark Martha P Tucker, Tneker, from Liverpool for Bate via. July 31, lat 17 50 N, Ion 26 51 W. Schr Sarah liaton, Presoott, from Philadelphia for Barba dos, no date, lat 26, Ion 59, with captain sick (by bark Grey hound, at Newport, 111, 10th lost). NOTICE TO MERCHANTS AND CAPTAINS Merchants, shipping agents and shipmasters are Informed that by telegraphing to the Ukrald London Bareau, ad dressing "Bennett, No 46 Fleet street, London," or to the Paris ofBce, addressing "Bennett, 61 Avonno de l'Opera, Paris," the arrivals at and departures from European and Eastern ports of American and all foreign vossels trading with the United States, the same will be cabled to this coun try free of chary*. Captains arriving at and sailing from French and Medi terranean ports will find the Paris ofllce the more economical and expeditious for telegraphing news. OUR CABLE SHIPPING NEWS. Arciiaxcrl?Sailed, the Rob Roy, for Boston. Ancoea, Oct 10?Arrived, brig Odorilla, Holland, New York. Barrow, Oct 16?Arrived, bark Mermaid (Br), Coward, Quebec. Bristol, Oct 16?Arrived, steamer Oreat Western (Br) Windham, New York. Sailed 15th, bark Chlmcea (Nor), Ilaave, United States. Briber, Oct 14?Sailed, ship Alico Veunard, Gould, New York; bark Winona (Br), Gordon, Savannah. Crorstadt, Oct 10?Arrived, bark Competitor (Ger), Kuhn, New York Dublin, Oct 16?Arrived, bark Ellida (Nor), Boe, Bolt! more. Fatal, Sept 12?Pnt in, tho Frederick William, the cap tain having died at sea. Gloucester, Oct 15?Sailed, bark Kate Sancton (Br), Carver, United States. Havre, Oct 15?Arrived, bark Nathanial (Nor), Jacobson, Philadelphia. Liverpool, Oct 15?Sailed, ships Alex Marshall, Gardner, New York; barks Slrian Star (Br), Wbitohouse, North America) Jas E Brett, Gibson, New York; brig L J Westa way (Br), Mnrchlaon, North America. Sailed 16th, ahlp Andrew Lovett (Br), Durkee, Savannah; barks Anelta (Br), Durkee, Mobile; Tetens (for), Mariusen, Baltimore; also tbo "Karsten," and "Langaard," for New Orleans. Lordon, Oct 10?Arrived, brig Sophia Cook (Br), Cook, New York. Sailed 10th, bark Agnas Campbell (Br), I.sndry, Charles* ton. Leghorn?Arrived, brig Clytie, Dow, Philadelphia. Movillk, Oct 16? Arrived, steamer Caledonia (Br), Sidey, New York for Glaagow. Malaga, Oct 15?Arrived, brig Goodwin, Craig, New Or leans via Vigo. Ac. Qukxnstown, Oct 16?Arrived, bark Ceylon (Br), Claxton, Montreal. Rostoce, Oct ID?Arrived, bark Gorredlna Wilholmlna (Dutch). Spier, New York. Rotterdam, Oct 14?Arrived op, bark Kings County (Br), McUlnlland, Baltimore. Arrived 15th, bark SJBogart (Br), Reynolds, Philadel phi a. Sailed from Helmet 15th, ship Maranlay, Rogers, Balti more; brig Alito (Rut), Thorn, New York. Southampton, Oct 16?Sailed, steamer Hindoo (Br), Kerr, New YerR. Sailed from???.hark lima (Nor), Soronsen, United States; also the Rbena, fordo. FOREIGN PORTS, Batatia, Oct 1?Arrived previously, bark Hazard, Kar stent, I'erniiinbiico. IttncNuf ATRIS, Aug 31?Arrived, bark Volants (Arg), Waid New York Cow Bat, CB, Oct 15?Cleared, brig Acadia (Br), for New York. Glasgow, Oct 12? Arrived, steamer Phoenician (Br), Scott, Quelrec. Havana, Oct 16?Failed, steamer St Marys, Staples, In dlanola; barkjoven Eurbiue (Sp),Cnrell, Charleston. H a lipax, Oct 16?A schooner is reported off Flint Island on her beam ends, supposed to.be the W C Silver, from Sawesbtirg for St John's, NF, with a cargo of cattle. Mala .a. Sept 2(1?Cleared, brig Maria (Dam, Thorsen, Baltimore. Sailed Oct 12, steamer Cingalese (Br), Gardner, New York. Monteviiieo, Sept 1?In port, bark Emma Frances (Br), Bums, for New Y >rk. Mataneai, Oct 14?Arrived, brig Gaaelle, Dickson, Fer nandtna. ? MiiNTRRAL, Oct 14?Cleared, barks Assyrian (Br), McDo nald. Montevideo; K -resi Princess fHr1. rlerdjr. rayoandu. North Svunst, Oct 15?Arrived, bark Cnas Coe (Br), (londy, Dublin. (fin n <), Oct 14?Arrived, steumcr Peruvian (Br), Watts, M?sa.1 oiaared lor Montreal Ht Muouit'i Bat, Oct 14?Balled, bark Norma (Br), Birrow. ?r Joint, NH, Oct 15?Sailed, bark HecU (Br), Oonli Liverpool; brig C A Havey (Br>. Scott, Uardouaa; acbf Mocking Bird (Br), Fayal AMERICAN PORTS. ALRXENDRIA, Oct 15?Arrived, schrs J V Wellington, Boston; W_B fluaton, Providence; W I) Marvel. Addie Wal ton. Alice liolle, J 11 Uuddell, Jr and Weal Dennis, frou ? for Georgetown. Haliod-Kteanier E O Knight New York ; achra John Bird, Portland; J M Rurnsey, Wm Wller, Carrie Holmes, Sain Mo M anumy, D E Parkburat, and A E Carl (from Georgetown), BKCNSWICK, Ga, Oct 15?Arrived, achr Maro A Rica, Savannah. Arrived 11th, ichr Wm P Cuihing, Charleaton; Enter prize, Millbridge. Cleared 12th, bark Clotilda, Miller, Buenos Avre* BULL HIV EH, 80, Oct 7?Sailed, brig Saladiu (Br) vie*. Bristol, E. BOBTON, Oct 15?Arrived, thin Damon, Johnson, Atnbov. 01 wared? Hark 8 H Lyiuan, Pinkham, Norfolk (not New York). lt?th?Arrived, steamer Nereun, Berry, from New York. Cleared?Summers Oriental, Matthews, for Savannahi Roman. Orowell, Philadelphia; Glaucus, Bearee, New York' bark Niohicou, Berry, Baltimore, to load fur Genoa; brig Arintog (Br), Tucker, tor Surinam; schrs Modeua (Br). McBride, tor do; N J Miller, Harris, Mira?t?ane; Bells Orowell, Mogathlin, Georgetown, DO; Hattie 15 Chester Cose, <k>; G P Pomeroy, Hriant, Philadelphia; Cabot, Chaeei New York; A Bhci-o, Crosby, do; Mary Freelautl, ('lark, Greenport and Philadelphia. Sailed?Steamer Pertuia (Br), Liverpool. BALTIMORE, Md, Oct 1(1?Arrived, steamers Elizabeth, Clark. New York; Josephine Thompson. Moore, do; ship Ilovdlng (Nor), Zernichow, Bremen, via Sandy Hook. Cleared?Steamers Leipsig (Ger), Hoffman, Bremen; Me* tropolU, Petorson, Charleston; James A Gary, Hall, New kern, NO; F W Bruno, Foster, New York; ship Ducde Saxr (Belgf), Koecknort, Antwerp; bark Fredsael (Nor), Norberg, Nwwry ; brig Bogota, Johnson, Demerara ; sdirs Eliza Chria* tie, Bonn ell. St John's, PR; Kate Miller, Vansant. Galvea? ton; Isaac Orbiton, Crockett, Portsmouth, Nil; Charles P Heyer, Poland, Boston. Sailed?Steamer Leipzig (Ger); barks Fredsael (Nor) FltSi?^l Ohriit?e^^d Anna (Nor); brig Bogota; schrs Thug 0IIARLKSTON, Oct 18?Cleared, schr Lucic Wheatley, Wheatley, Woodstock Mills, Fla. 15th?Arrived sldp Arlington (Br), Vickery, Greenock; bVA^AuTA?I? n[l,Qrchi1^ London via Lewes, Del. v !2*h^SS?*1d? (Nor), Christensan. New liork; W Wood (Br), Wllniott, Liverpool via Sydney. CJ3 (not arrived 7th, as incorrectly reported?see Miscell). CUarcd-Steainers (Iharteston, Berry, New York; Equator, Hinckley. Philadelphia. FORTRESS MONROE, Oct 16?Passed out, brig A 8 Pcnnell, from Norfolk for Barhodoee; ichr Aegidius (Ger), from Richmond for Santo*. GALVESTON, Oct 11?Cloared, schr Robert Ruff, RIckcr, Havana, KEY WEST, Oct 15?Arrived, steamers City ol .San Anto nio, Pennington, Galveston lor New York (and proceeded). NEW ORLEANS. Oct 12?Cloared, eclir Eugenie, Ferrer, Vera Cm*. loth?Arrived, steamer Cliilian (Br), Liverpool via Bar bados. 16th?Arrived, steamor Knickerbocker, Kcmhlo, New York ; bark Almira ltohlnson, Tarhox, Havre. HoimiwKsT Pass, Oct 10?ArriveQ, steamer C W Lord Culton, Havana. PllILADP. LPHTA, Oct 15?Arrived, schrs Frank Jameson, Jameson, BluehiU; J W Woodruff, Haskell; Sullie Mair Powell, and Andrew Nebinger, Smith, Boston; Frank V Emorv, Faulknur, New York. Cleared?Hteiuners Perklomen, Pierce; Rattlosnako, Ba con, and Berks, Pendleton, Boston. 10th?Arrived, steamer George H Stout, Ford, New York; bark Hergur (Rus), Nlsskn, Greenock; brig Kornola (Hr), Edgctt, Traleo; schrs H Towuseud, Wilder, Windsor, NS; J M Leonard, Sharp. Boston; Johu Johnson, Mayer, do, F Jameson, Jameson, BlnchllL Also arrived, steamer Allentown, Tuttle. Boston; bark Marie (Nor), Limerick; brig Como (Br), Tooker, Dublin; schr K Vanneman, Boston. Cleared?Stoniuers Juniata, Catharine, Savannah; I'anita, Hunter, Charleston; Norman, Nicker-on, Boston; Catha rine Whiting, Harding, Providence ;|Vindlcator, Rogers, do: EC Riddle, Pierce, New York ; ship John Rutherford (Br), O'Neal, Bremen; hark Galvcstou (Ger), Kohurukamp, do| brigs Amy A Lane, Caetlgan, Gibraltar; A B Patterson, Keith, Laguayrn; scltrs S. W. Kay, Aspinwall; L A Johnson, Mahlman, Portland; E G Willard. Forbos, do; J II Moure, Dnaue, Boston; II Hickman, Robinson, do; John Johnson, Magee, do; B U Irons, Houck, do; S A K Corson, Charles ten ; K Nickerson, J 1) Paigo, and V Sharp, Bostou; E Curtis, Portland. Sailed?Steamers Jnniata, Norman, Catharine Whiting, Centipede, and Hercules. Nkwcahtlk, Del, Oct 16, AM?Schrs Charles F Sampson, front Boston ; Frank G Dow. from do (with loss of mainsail), .and II Curtis, from Deer Isle, passed up this morning. Schr John D Paige, for Boston, passed down this morning. Steam er Rattlesnake, for Boston, anchored off here last night and proceeded down this morning. Brig Compeer (Hr), for Bel fast. I, passed down last night. Brig Rock (Br), for Gibraltar for orders, passed down this morning and came to anchor b. low here. Noon?Schrs Thp Star (Br), from' St John, NB, Samuel 0 Hart, from New Bedford; Lena Hunter, front Boston ; Helen J llolwny, front Providence, and John Cudwnllmler, from Edgartown, passed np sinoo the morning report. Schrs Har bor* on lllckman, for Boston; John Johnson, for do;Snsart Ilarker, for do, and Fannie G Warner, for Providence, passed down since the morning report. Brig Rock (Br), for Gibral tar, is now getting under way. I'M?Steamer Cito of New York, from Chester, Pa, for New York, passed down at 1:20 P.M. Scltrs Entina Shanks (Br), for St John, NB; John Rose, for Boston; Mahel Itose, for do; Kato E Rich, fordo; Wm 11 Whittaker, fordo, and J Doughty, for Aspinwall, passed down this afternoon. Lkwks, Dol, Oct 10, AM?Brigs Clara J Adams, for New York; Tropic, Lizzie Bell, and Paragon and a large Ueet of schooners wont to sea during tho night. Ship Pauline David, bark Champion, brig Eva. steamer Fro.tcia Edeviu, and wrecking scbr S S Lewis are hero. I'M?Brig Eva sailetl for Barbados this afternoon. A large part of the tleet that left last night returned to-dav. SAN FRANCISCO, Oct S?Arrived, burk Ceylon, Woods, Honolulu. Cleared?Bark Bohemia (CoQ, Otto, La Paz via Hum boldt. liiih?Sailed, steamer Oceanic (Br), 'Jennings, Yokohama and Hang Kong. SAVANNAH, Oct 16?Cleared, steamer Somerset. Math ewn, Boston ; hark Wild Hunter, llowatt, Liverpool; schr Elizabeth A Anderson, Clark. St Marys, Ga. Sailed from Tyboe?Steamer Wyoming, Teol, Phllodel D'UNEYARD HAVEN, Oct. 15.?Arrived steamer Frai> renin from New Vork for Portland; schrs Sarah Brnen, Elizabethport lor Boston : Joseph W Allen and Henry Crosby, Port Johnson for do; Watchman, Perth Amboy for Bangor; Tanuhauscr, Portland for Havana; Light of thee East. Windsor. NS, for Baltimore; T A Stoarl, Boston for New York; Flora King, Calais for Lewes, Del. In port at 7 I'M?Tho above arrivals and schrs Wm F Davis, Imogens, W It Darling, Yankee Blade, Maud Web ster, Porto Rico, Charles Coimery, Harbinger, Avon, J W Peasley (repairing), Hickman, James Barrett, 11 II Fiske, Saxon, M A Rogers. Emma L C Winsor, Carrie II Spofford, H S Billings, Fairfield, Minnesota, Iowa, F A Colcord, Forest Belle. YACHTS, HTKAMBOATS, ?kC. A SLOOP OR SCHOONER YACHT WANTKD.-MUKT be well furnished; idftltiwr would exchange SO acre* timbered Laud near Mudlaou, N. J., 25 miles from New York. Address ilOAT, Herald Uptown Branch office. A -100 BOATS. ALL KINDS. NEW AND 8ECONI? . hand; Hulls, suitable for steam or sailing. 2l)to4!? feet, wood uud motalic. 27 boutli street, near (louverneur Slip. STEPHEN ROBERTS. CABIN SLOOP YACHT SARITA, 35 FEET LONG, JUST been thoroughly overhauled, relltted, fast sailer, well equlppuil, for sale; seen loot Court street. Oowanus; price J.'ssi. Ini|uire of FRANK E. HOWE, 10 Exchange place, room 3, or box 354 Post office. /TROCKETT'H SPAR COMPOSITION-THE TRADK ' J supplied with tbo genuine ouly by SEKLKY A STE VENS, 32 Burling slip, New York. Scud for cirrulur, J TOR BALE?STEAM YACHTS OF DIFFERENT sir.es: cabin and open Yachts; also good and cheap accommodations lor laying up yachts for winter at FRANK BATES', foot of Thirty seventh street. South Brooklyn. T.T0R BALE?SLOOP YACHT LIBBIK B., 40X14, COM r pletely furnished; can he seen at foot of Court street Brooklyn. Address S. L. BLOOD, 19 Broad street, N. Y. IjToR SALE?TWO-THIRD PART OF THE STEAMBOAT ' L. Boardman; the hoot Is in good order, has a good, route and Is doing a good husiness. For particulars address ENGINEER, steamer Boardman, or apply on hoard, at New burg, N. Y. IIOR SALE?STEAM LAUNCH, 38 FEET LONG, f? I'cct beam, very handsome model and fast. Address box 2,421 Post office. Til OR HALE-ONE sTdEWHEKL STEAMBOAT, 1U0 T feet long; engine, 2(!xd feet stroke; draft, lect; also one Tug, draft, d feet; engine, 16x1; both in perfect run ning order. Inquire of TUEO. SMITH A BRO., foot of Essex street, Jersey City. TjTOR sale 'CHEAP-HANDSOME 40 FEET CABIN! I Sloop Yaclit; fast, able, in complote order and well, found; wiw at foot West Fifty sevoulb street. Address B., box 8,048 Post office. IjlOR SALE AND CHASTER?PASSENGER STEAM " boat, beam engine, 100 feet keel; Saloon Propeller, 14C feet, engine 36 by 36; Side Wheelers, 75 to 175 feet long; Steam Yachts, 25 to 140 feet; Tugboat* all sires. GEOR( 1K F. PLYMER, 3t> South street. ?UOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUY A STEAM LAUNCH it cheap; staunch, handsome, in perfect order; us good as price $<">00 ?IKS, 203 East 123d street. new; 20 feet long ; will curry 12; price $600. STIVE! t^TEAM LAUNCH, KITTED UP COMPLETE; WILL t_5 seat 35 persons; condensive engine; price $850; also small Tug; price $1,500. Inquire at 220 West street. Tlf ANTED?A CAT-RIGGED CENTRE BOARD BOAT* IT of about H tons; inust be sound, well found and cheap' Address, stating particulars and price, box 1,945 Post office \YrANTKD-A BAK'iK Si IT.V11I.E Full THE HAY It business to run on shares; a good opuning and berth for an enterprising man. Call on BLOOMER A CO., 243: Front street. _____ <2i1 -FOR SALE, SAIL BOAT ROCK AWAY, ?l? I ? JV7. built by t.'ltarple, in perfect order; Just the boat lor tisliing and claming; light draught. Apply to FRANK. DECKER, loot ol 116th struct. M18CKLLANBOPI. 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