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LONG ISLAND BAPTIST ASSOCIATION.
OFZNZHO or TIUC A-NNUAL SZHMoN?DB. TUOMAb' SEKMON? STATISTICS Or THE tHlUCHB?GOOD WOStl'S FOB UK. MOODY. I)r C. Rtnxiv. new Baptist church on South Filth ?lid Eighth streets, Brooklyn. E. D., wan nearly filled yesterday with delegates and friends of the Long Island Association. Br. Fulton was present, looking fresh and ready for another fight as fierce as that which he waged last year against Ur. Jeffrey. Br. Jeffrey was also 'present, but left the church soon after the closing of the sernion, which was preached by Dr. J. B. Thomas. Jter. P. H. Jones, of Port Jefferson, who was voted ou? of the association last year; the Rev. A. Stewart Walsh^ who voted himself out of the association; the Rev. J. B Cleaver, who took not only himself bat his pulpit ml'-o out .of the denomination us well as out of the as*o~ Station, were present as interested lookers-on. The sermon of Dr. Thomas was a very able and in structive discourse on the preaching and the power of the word of Clod. "He that hath my word let him preach my word," was the text on which the Doctor's remarks wi re based. He demonstrated the unreliability ol science us a spiritual guide, and said thai its mathe matics are valueless when ibey came to measure the in finitely small or the Intnitely great. They are lost in both. The Scriptures aro not s theory, un inquiry, a science?they are a conclusion. And you have no need to prove a conclusion. It is as possible for a preacher to lose his identity as a minister of Christ when ho begins to theorise as it ts for a scientific man when ho dogmatizes. Science curries around not only a slate and pencil but olio u sponge, and it has often to wipe out xot only its last conclusions but its first, and the whole structure lolls. The Bible Is the groundwork of relig. tuus truth. The things that God's book declares don't need to be proved. If you try to prove eternity, for instance, you shull find yourselves In trouble. I ask no counsel from without, said Dr. Thomas, to prove to me God. He does not undertako to prove these thiugs to us, because there is In every man that which corresponds to these things and ac cepts them as true. The things that ore revealed be long to us and to our children, but the secret thiugs belong to God. Whenever, said the Doctor, your church is in trouble bring it here to the Word of God. MINISTERS UKI.ITTI.K TIIS SCltllTt KKS by going to It lor proof of their own theories instead of to ascertain what Is God's conclusion. As soon as a minister begins to theort'/.o he loses authority as a preacher of the Word of God. Too many make the Word of God a point of departuro, like the Prodigal, and never come back to It until they come in rags. God buls us lead the flock Into green pastures. When we do that they will know what, is gross and what is .not?and what" is the best grass, too. Hut wo throw them down a hale of hay from the theological hayloft instead. The minister should lay himself on the Word ol God as Elijah laid himself on the child, until breath catches breath and life responds to life. GOOD WORDS FOR MOODY. There is a man coming among us whom I know very wed, and what Is his power? It Is that he has slept between the lids of this book, as it were, until he has become saturated with it Mr. Moody believes in God's "Word and preaches it Ho has no theories to serve or to build up. Ho guards the truth, and whatever will lead the people into it he prizes. No preacher is safe who allows men to accept his own conclusion, and never urges them to investigate and seek for them selves. Theory will not break a rock in pieces. Wo are to uncover the Word to them, and thereby uncover their souls to themselves. You speak the Word of Goif. You do not see it; but you bring down the hammer of God upon the flinty heart ol man. The soul that liics upon the Word by day and dreams of it by night wili bo tilled with its spirit, and its influence woffle seen in Iho Jilt-. At tlie close of the sermon the usual collection for ?the Widow s'Fund was taken up. A committee of ar rangements was appointed, which subsequently re ported in favor oi three sessions a day, from nine A. Jkl. to twelve M., two till half-past live an 1 half-past seven to nine P. M. Ex-Alderman William Richard son was elected moderator, in place of Mr. A. B. Cap well. Last year there was u tight run between these brethren. Mr. Richardson has veered round a little lrora his position us "a Fulton man-' last year, sad ho is now not so ardent an admirer of the Hanson place pastor. Whether his election has any significance in tins connection will appear by and by. The He v. A. G. Lawson was elected clerk and W.J. Wesiervelt treas urer. The association took a recess until two o'clock, during which time the Woman's Foreign Mission.-ry Society held its anniversary and gave sn account of the work among the Burmese. This society's receipts ?were $l,00u, which was expended through the General M.r. icuary Union. AFTERNOON SESSION. Upon reassembling the Moderator appointed commit ?ees on application of new churches; on subjects of ??jM-cial Interest in the letters of churches; on tho state of religion in the churches; on obituaries; on Domina tion of trustees of Widow s' Fund, and on arrangements for next anniversary. Tho letters from the churches were then read, from which it appears that the Central cbitreh has 271 members, anew church building, a debt of $23,000; contributions, ((1,409. F.rsl church, in 1'ierrepuut street, has 8S1 members and over 000 in its Sunday school, its contribution for church purposes during the year amounted to $12,000. and for all other objects $10,926. Green port church has 201 members, and its contributions for church an I benevolent objects nnwumea to $1,681. The First church of Williams burg has 520 members. Cold spring church, 68 mem ber- ; contribution $172. Sag Harbor church is poor and almost penniless; they have no pastor and oniy 15 members, and are ready to mort gage their property to the association, 'lno Central church has *62 member* and 310 scholars ?and teachers in the riunday school. Its contributions for all purposes amounted to $7,815. East Brooklyn church has '.70 member.-. Its contributions for church ?p-irp-ses were $6,446 and for benevolent objects $$86. East Marion church has had no change at all in its I membership, and exoejpt tat a few births that have occurred it might h<- inferred that this end of Long Island was tun shod. (Laugh tnr.) The contributions I reached $1,328. $1,300 of which were lor local purposes | The First church of Greenpolnt has added 68 since ! I>r. Miller went to them a year ago, and the member ship now 609. The contributions amount to $5,831, <i! which earn $4,247 were for church purposes. Mrong plac" church ha* 802 members and its contributions reached the sum of $21,000, $13,000 of which were for Uburch purposes. Washington avenue church has 670 members and its contribui ions reached $l'.i, 164 They deeply regret having been compelled to part with their pastor, Iir. 21 on re, whose health has lulled. Fray r was ofTered by the association at this point for Iir Moore's restoration and for the continued success j of tb>- church, and a committee -vas appointed to pr - pare an appropriate minute thereon. The Second Church, Williamsburg, has 17$ members, and its contri bution- amount to $2,758. It is buildings new house of worship and needs $5,000 to finish it. for which it appealed to the ass->clati< .n. Hanson place church has 689 members. Its contribut ons amount to $19,216, $15>KXi of whi( li were lor churcli jiiirpos>-?. Tlio First German church of Williamsburg has 266 members; contribu tions $3,110, tiesldes $1,472 received irom other churches tor tho removal of the# church debt. The Concord church (colored, has .'181 members; contribu ttons, $3,097 for church purposes, $126 lor other objects. Greenwood church has expended $40,000 on Its new bolldlng, has 429 members. 49 of whom were received by baptism during th-- year. Its contribu tions for church purposes w- r-- $29,300, for benevolent objects $1,065. The Tabernacle church has built a neat chapel at a cost of ($1,000. It w as dedicated a couple ?i weeks ago. The church has 437 members; contril-i tioos for the church $9,556. for lienevolence $2,039. The Sixth avenue church lost 57 members by the secession of its pastor. It has bad a change ful experience since, but it has now called the Rev Mr Jtolsoy, of Passaic, who will begin Ins labors with them November L They have now 96 members. Hov ers.! other letters wore read, but they contained h w statistics and very little of interest. Three?the Huntington, Rockvillo Centre and Bonkonkomo?are ,n a rapid decline, and the old Clinton avenne church has disbanded and rcoraanized as the Adelpbi street Baptist ?liui h. Trinity Baptist church, recently organiwi, ?wa with its 72 members, received into the asso elsti u and the Moderator gave tho r.ght hand of feliov.stiip to Dr. Hodge, its pastor, wlio. lie remarked, Is t'i. oldest Baptist minister iu Brooklyn, and on" wii in 1 h<* Lord has greatly blessed. The Coronation hjmi. was sung after this reception. The following KK-ol.l TION OONCKKXINC NOODT AXtl 8ANKKY trts adopted ?!<??? eil. That, this amoclation has learned with Joy that Me ? -I'm lv and -a .key arc noon to commence their labors p Iir iklyii. and we narni-Htly desire that the Divine bless ing m .y at tend them during their sojourn among us. Tl evening session was spent in hearing a sermon Item Iir J d Fulton and addresses from Dr. Simmons ?nd others ou the Octennial educational CSOWSBt, touching which resolutions were adopted. The a^socia tiou adjourned u. moot again this morning. TILE EEFOBMID CHUKCEL nicl MEW ZOUK CLA8BU IN THB COLLEGIATE CHUBCH. Tbs Class is or New York met in tlic Collegiate church, Fifth avenue and Twenty ninth street. Dr. Rogers opened the proceedings with prayer Dr. Mandeville eras elected president, and Mr J. H. Bert hold clerk. The retiring president, Rev. J. M. Ludlow, D. D , prcnchetf the sermon customary on such occasions. Ucv. Mr. Reilly was dismissed rrom the Thirty fourth street church, having received a call from a church 10 Buffalo. The question of church missions was much discussed. It was staled that the missions would fall to tho ground if inoney could not bo r,i-."cl to support them. A proposition to try And raise $15,000 in sixty days was adopted, but, irj ? none of tlx- pastors objecting to put audi a prop ?eUion before his congregation, the motion was recon sidered and lost A resolution was adopted by the r. ate, declaring opposition to the omission of any of lh> -aar omental forms or words from the service. A 1, w rel ' ? roles of order were adopted Dr. Cnamber I a l ies'.vf nan nnsaionsry to Braxll, spoke a (ew kiii is to th -? present in behalf of the religious needs vl that country. Ho said there were 10.006,000 leopie tl -r* going to damnation. The fol Lw 42 Gun.'n? vi. ? of fcltammation ?u m ?w,int?L after which the meeting adjourned FTrL Mandevllle, Ludlow and Gan.c, aud L^rsTwuodandW Wood The latter is amemoer thit Hoard of E?ltK*iion ot this city. He iti at the moetlng, and stated plain facta to the pas tor-. iu regard l<> the im|K?ssibiliiy of raising the pro posed 115,000 for loreign miaaioua. MEETING O* THE SOUTH CLA88IB lit SI*TH AVENUE. A meeting of the Protectant Reformed South Hutch Claaaisol Sew York wan held yesterday morning a the church in Sixth avenue, opposite Amity street l>r. Huiton presided and the regular routine of business was accomplished. It has been decided to unite this <'Ut-sis with the other one in the Collegiate church, cor n. rol Filth avenue and Twenty-ninth .street; but. ice usnineb as the business of the meeting was not n. tirelv terminated yesterday, the work of the consolida te. n"wss adjourned to the third Tuesday in November, em ti o Sunday alter that date Dr. A. K. Thompwnwlll officiate at the services, and preach a [krew^ terra ^ Rev. Mr Fnedoll yesterday obulned dlsm ssal fromjhis pastoral relations with the church in NorfoK street, and, at his request, was transferred to the Classis New York. AMERICAN COMMON SCHOOL LEAGl E. A public meeting of the above league, whose device is "The Bible in our Public Schools," will bo held in the Cooper Institute to-night. October 20, *l seven o'clock. Eminent speakers, it is said, will au dr ess the meeting. THE PRESBYTERIAN SYNOD. PououKKRPSHt, Oct 19, 1875. The Synod of New York met in this city to day. It Is one of thirty-six making up the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in America. It consists or 5 Presbyteries, 1816 ministers, 167 churches and a membership of nearly thirty-Ave thousand.^ The session will continue two or three days. THE LIBERAL REPUBLICANS. NO NOMINATIONS MADE?INDEPENDENT VOTERS advised and the times arraigned. The Liberal Republican County Convention mot pur suant to adjournment yesterday afternoon in Trenor's Lyric Hall, No. 1,266 Broadway, Mr. Freligh in tho chair. After the list of delegates had been called and the minutes ol last meeting approved. General John Cochrane submitted and road tho following resolu tions:? Whereas not more than four years have passed since, tho most stupendous of municipal robberies being i - i vulccd the people, amazed at tho villainies of tho King, undertook to punish them. Their incomplete success is not attributable alone to tho Intricacy of the ffiignuit system bv which the thieves accomplished heir S5S but also to the fact that its raniincatious ; S the judiciary and penetrated the jury l,oV The popular deterininal on then formed to preset utoP the culprit* survives the art.flces of delay anil obstruction, and Impatiently awaits the r punishment But every effort of investigation reveals now irauds. Instead of abating, functional crime seems to be increasing. The bribe lias ccasedtodis_ concert official morality, and the Bve"fe ^?nt the times does not appear to revolt at the short muts ure and the false weight with which the shopman^nU the tradesman notoriously cheat and devour tho poor The public expenditures do not decrease, and while political parasites revel in the large salaries and the-fat ?f offices the deot of the city?now ov er $100,000,000? ] swells steadily with Increased millions from year to , vear Last vear its increase for lour years was , 44 606 417 97 and its Increase for the present year has ; b, ^$4 ^6 110 58. The rate of taxation is sixty-nine cents o'n the $100 higher this year than in 1870, aud the amount of debt to each inhabitant, manwoma and child in 1874 was forty-seven per cent greater than in 1870, and Is still advancing. | The Citizens of New 1 ork should look to it i that their ruin be averted. The approach of another | election brings renewed solicitation for office. I lie j claims of present incumbents should be rigidly scanned , and those of untried candidates should be sharply questioned; nor should a candidate be touched who is visibly soiled with the smut ol tho Ring. Surely there are honest and capable men enough in the city to exercise its office. If its citizens allow untlt men to bo elected to them merely because of their nomination by ono or the other political parties they w deserve disaster. Hie oiling 5? hi fllted So mainly judicial. Let honest citizens look to it that none but pure men and lcarned law}i-rs receive their votes for them. The necessities ol JIhe political parlies often pension needy and ignorant par tisan? upon ihe j.uhlic treasury. Let honest citizens scrutinize their tickets for every such character, and, if discovered, reject him, without respect to t.ie party which proposes him and select for their votes only such men as they would intrust with their own private affairs. -The liberal republicans, In their desire to vote for the best candidates, determined in their tjtato Convention to apply the policy of selection to t two Stale tickets in nomination, aud they see no reason Shy the June policy should not be a,-plied to the tickets of candidates for N. w York city offices; tberelore it is , 1 Resolved That Inasmuch as In our opinion from the candidates already nominated for the various city i offices to be filled at the coming election, enough c.ui he | selected of sufficient fitness to fill them, we retrain , from making additional nominations, but recommend the liberal republicans and independent voters of the city to caroluIIv examine tho nominated tickets and to | select from them only those candidates Iw. voltefor whoso nn?taincd character, education and ability host adapt them to the work of judicial aud administrative reform. These resolutions were received with applause, at the conclusion of which a delegate offered as an amend ment that tho lit?eral republicans should discard Benja min K. Phelps, the republican candidate, and vote for Peter U. Ulney, the Tammany llall candidate for Dis ^'Tnis amendment was lost, after which a vote was taken on the original resolution, which was adopted. The Convcmion then adjourned, subject to the call of the Chair. NOMINATIONS LAST NIGHT. The Tammany Hall Senatorial Convention of the Eighth district met at Brevoort Hall and nominated Mr. Everett P. Wheeler for Senator. Ex-Senator Hugh Moore and others afterward made speeches in advocacy of the election of Mr. Wheeler. The anti-Tammany Aldennanic Convention of the Eighth Senatorial district nominated Messrs. Thomas Carroll. Martin Coggf and John Bussing for Aldermen. Messrs. Bryan Redly and Thomas Wild were nom inated for Aldermen by the anti Tammany Aldermanic Convention of the Fourth Senatorial district. George 8. Scully was nominated in the Sixth Sena torial district for Alderman by the anti-Tummany Al dermanic Convention. lhc Kepublican ,senatorial and Aldermanic Conven tion of the Sixth district met together and nominated ( as par A Boadin for Senator and Joseph C. Pinclcnty for Alderman. Hot is i! Cowing was nominated for Assemblyman by the Republican Assembly Convention of the Twenty first district The bloody battle which was expected to come off on the occasion of the Tammany nom nation of a civil justice iii the Fourth Judicial district did not oaouf. Alexander F. Kircheis. a young lawyer of good reputa tion and fair abilities, whose brother ran against Tony II art man n lor Civil Justice six years ago in the same district, was nominated for Civil Justice. In the Seventh Senatorial district Mr. Benjamin Casserly was nominated for Senator by the Ann Tam many Convention v Mr John McGowen received the Tammany nomina tion for Civil Justice of the Sixth Judicial district. The liberal republicans of the Thirteenth Judicial dis trict nominated George H. McKay for Assemblyman. TnE PEOPLE'S PARTY. Mr. S. D. Van Schaick and Mr. William II. Dunning, havmg resigned thoir nominations by the people "a party for the positions of Surrogate and Judgo of the Common Picas, Mr. Rufus P. Andrews and Judge Spaulding were appointed a sub-committee from the anti Tammany party to confer with the republicans. The main body of the anti-Tommuny conference as sembled at the Evefstt House last night, and waited until almost midnight for a report. At that hour a letter was received Irom the sub-cotn mittee -tating that there was no probability of agree ment until to morrow. It was also stated that Mr Van Sctiaick might fie induced to Withdraw his resignation and consent to run for Surrogate. The main committ< o then adjourned, to meet at Mr. Bixby'a office in I'ark row this morning at ten o clock. BROOKLYN PRIMARIES. The democratic primaries for the nomination of Aldermanic and Supervisoral candidates were held last evening in the twenty five wards of Brooklyn. Good order generally characterised the elections. The fol lowing tickets were nominated:? Ward*. Aldrrmrn. Supr.rvuan. 1?No primary. ? 2 -George H. Sterling. Patrick Bre?Ung. 3? Morris Reynolds. Charles Luts. 4?Robert Black. GeorgeC. Sexton, t?Henry Co rr. Andrew C. Coates. ??James Kane. John C By met. 1- Borneo Holt Brewster Wood, t?John Mclutyre, H. F. Sllckeners. ft Daniel U'ConnelL Henry Hawks. lft?Simon Ounter. John H. Monti. 1 -Daniel Van Nostrsml. George K Baldwin. It?James Donovao. Robert McDonald. IT Mm primnry ? 14?Thomas J Kenns. .fame* Tlorney. It?Joseph Wiikeson. Thomas FsrrolL 1?- Charles c. Wagner. William Zink. 1"?John Sheehaa Matthew W Dalton. Di?Horatio Haidersoa. Georgo S. Brown. ; lt?? No nominations. ? \ 20?William K Spragne. John S. Norrlg. , 21 ?No return ? ; 22 -Michael Bennett Abraham ManderilK I 23 No primary I 24 -George Jenntaon. Henrv Steer 1 lit?James T. Kestom i'hiliu Sudivan. THE JERSEY CITY PARRICIDE. CONCLUSION OP THK GOODWIN INQUEST?TWO SONS COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. The inquest on the body of Michael Goodwin, who It wan supposed wan kicked to death by his ?<ma in Jersey City, was reiuined last evening at Brady's Morgue be fore Coroner Bernhardt. Iir. Prctidcrgasi testified that a week ago last Friday he was called at eight o'clock in the evening to attend Michael Goodwin; found his hands cold, and his pulse weak and rapid; he said he was quite sote in the abdomen and other parts of the body; there were bruises on his side; prescribed a tonic, but found next day it was not procured as directed. Goodwin died on the following day. His death resulted from violeuce. County Physician Stout tostifled that he made a post mortem examination and found the Injuries described by the prsfiOW willies*. Bridget Goodwin, wife of the deceased, testified that she heard a scuttle in oue of her rooms; on rushing in she saw her sou Thomas lying on tho door, with his face covered with blood; the deceased was lying on him with a stove litter in his hand; Thomas cried out to his brother James, "For God's sake come and take hint o(T;" TKKY WRRB JU.L DRCNK at the time. This testimony was Corroborated by Law rence Goodwin, a son of deceased. The case was then given to the jury, who otter a brief deliberation ren dered a verdict that Michael Goodwin came to his death Irom injuries indicted by his sons. Thomas and James. ?The accused young men were thereupon fully com mitted for trial by the Coroner. MYSTERIOUS DEATHS. QUEENS COUNTY PHYSICIANS AND SUPERVISORS ON POST-MOIiTEMS. An inquest was held yesterday, upon tho body of Mrs. O'Niel, who was found dead :n her room at Illiss ville. Tho jury, after a short deliberation, returned a verdict of "Death by a visitation from God." As bruises wore.found upon Mrs. O'Niel's body, ana as It was known that in frequent quarrels with her hus band she had been severely beaten, it was currently re ported that she was a victim to foul play, and that her husband had caused her death. Acting upon tbeso re ports, togetbor with tho sworn testimony of a Mrs. Blake, who testified at the inquest that O'Neil had kicked and beaten his wile, Sanitary Inspector Taylor lias refused to grant a permit for the burial until alter a post-mortem examination has boon made. Another singular ease is that of Mrs. Berkhurdt. of Astoria, who died recently and was buried without a coroner's certificate. Whether post-mortem examina tions will he held Is a doubtful question, ns tho doctors throughout Queens county decline to perform tho duty at the present rate of compensation, $8, allowed by the , Board of Supervisors. INSPECTION OF TTIE FORTY-SEV ENTH REGIMENT. The Forty-seventh regiment, X.G.S.N.Y., Brooklyn Greys, was inspected in the armory at tho corner of Fourth and North Second streets last evening by Mi\jor Tlieo. Livingston, Inspector of tho Eleventh brigade. Tho regiment mustered 357 present, 91 absent, 447 total?a slight gain over last year iu the number present, when the Ugiires were 344 present, 106 absent and 448 total Previous to the inspection and muster the regi ment was reviewed by General Meserole, commanding the Eleventh brigade. Alter the military portion of the programme had been concluded a datico was indulged iu by the members and the many ladies present. LECTURE. On Thurs lay afternoon at half-past throe o'clock, the Rev. Dr. Ewer will deliver a lecture in Graco chapel, Twenty-third street, east of Third avenue. Subject? "The influence ol a Good Woman With the Sintul and Troubled ol Her Sex, and How to Exert It." Tho lec ture )? unsecturian in character. FATAL FALL. James Crowley, a moulder, residing at No 216 North Secoud street, while on a spree last Monday night fell at the corner of Grand and Water streets and broke his neck. The facts that a crowd surrounded the man when he fell and that he was very quarrelsome through drink led to the arrest of William Hepworth, Michael Kcegan and George Myers on suspicion of having knocked him down. The Coroner deemed It necessary to hold them only us wimesses iu their own recog nizances. FIRE IN MERCER STREET. Shortly after ten o'clock last evening Are was (lis. covered in the building No. 1.04 Mercer street, next door to Tony Pastor's Metropolitan Tboutro. Fortunately but little dumii .e was done, although the audience in the theatre was considerably frightened, and for u lime a stampede was imminent. SHIPPING NEWS OCEAN STEAMERS. DATES OF OMPABTTItB FROM KSW YORK FOR THE MONTHS OF OCTOBhK AM> NOV KM Ilia. StMWIWT. H'hnia State af Georgia... Italy Kin, stock The ()u?en Anchor!* Germanic City ol Cheater Main /lii ssinla Frfsia P ('aland Yille de Paris Celtic.. City of Montreal... Kheln Spam Yi< t'.ria Dakota Aigcr,a state ol l'cuiuyl a. tYielaud Adriatic City of Berlin Bolivia Erin Oder V\ l.ronain Srythla J',minerania Maas < itv of Uiuhmoud. 1 altic England Ethiopia Amerique Necker Wyoming Sun. ut Indiana... Sncvia Britannic City ol hew York. Idaho Montana Slit* JJartinah<m Ofiir*. Oct. 20. Liverpool.. 4 Howling Greeu Oct. 21. Glasgow... 72 Broadway Oct# 21 London.... 69 Broadway Oct. 21 Hamburg.. 61 Broadway Oct. 23 Liverpool. ? 9 Broadway Oct. 23. Glasgow ... 7 Bowling Green Oct. 23 Liverpool.. 19 Broadway Oct. 23. Liverpool.. 15 Broaaway Oct. 23. Bremen... 2 Bowling Green Oct# 27. Liverpool. 4 Bowling Green Oct. 2 H. Hamburg.. 61 Broadway Oct. 2*. Rotterdam 50 Broadway 35 Broadway Oct. 80. Havre Oct. 80. Liverpool. 19 Broadway Oct. 30, Liverpool.. 15 Broadway J Bowling Green Oct. 80. Bremen t tct. 80 Liverpool.. 09 Broadwav Oct. 30. .laegow.. 7 Bowling < ?reen Nov. 2. Liverpool.. 29 Broadway Nov. 3. Liverpool.. 4 Bowline Green Nov. 3. Glasgow... H amour*.. tj. Broadway Nov. 4 til Broadway Nov. 6. Liverpool.. 19 Broaaway Nov. 0. Liverpool 15 Broaaway Nov. ?. Giaftgow... 7 Howling Green Nov. 6 Liverpool. 09 Broadwav N ov. 8. firemen 2 Bowiing Green Nov. it. Liverpool.. 29 Broadway 4 Bowling Green S ov. 10. Liverpool. Nov. 11. Hamburg . 81 Broadway 11. Rotterdam. 50 Broadway Nov. 13. Liverpool.. 15 Broadway Nov. 13. Liverpool.. 19 Broauwav Nov. 13. Liverpool.. 89 Broadway Nov. 13. Glasgow... 7 Bowling Green Nov. 13. Havre 55 Broadway Nov. 13. Hremen.... 2 Bowling Green Nov. IK. Liverpool.. 29 Broadway Nov. 17 Glasgow. 72 Broadway Nov. 1*. H amour*. 01 Broadwav Nov. 2?>. Liverpool. 19 Broadway Nov. 20. Liverpool. 15 Broadway Nov. 23. Liverpool.. 2l> Broadway Nov. ?>. Liverpool.. 29 Broadway rs- NOTICE TO CAPTAINS OP VESSELS ENTERING Til E PORT OK NEW YORK AT NIGHT.?The New York 11 KHALI) has adopted a distinguishing Coaton night signal for u*e on board the Hkrald steam yacht, showing while burn ing the color* red, green, red, changing from oue to the other in KucMiwIon, and can be aeon re vural mi lea distant Cap tain* ol reaacl*. upon aeeing thia aigual, will oblige n* by pre paring any marine newt they may have lor the Ship New* Department of the Ukkald. Epperson* dealrous of communicating with veaanta arrtv ine at New York can do aoby addressing to such veaaela.eare ol Ilr.RALD newa yacht, pier No I East River, New York. Lettcra received from all parts of the world and promptly de livered. Duplicate* are required. ALMANAC FOR NEW YORK?TIIIS DAY. sri* and moor j limit watkr. Pun rises 0 1" | Gov. Island....eve.. 12 41 Sunsets 6 l.'i | Sandy Hook...morn 11 60 Moonrlsos eve 10 01 j Hell Gate eve 2 20 PORT OF NEW YORK, OCT. 19, 1875. CLEARED. Steamer Bothnia (Br), Moodle, Liverpool via Queens town?C (? Krancklyn. steamer I,. ?. Daniel., Savannah?Murray. Ferris 4 Co. St e aiiier Wyanoke, Couch, Norfolk, City Point and Rich tie lid I dd Dominion Steamahip < 'o Steamer K C Knight, Cbkbeater, Georgetown, DC?J C Ken] ti Steamer Ann Rllaa Richard* Philadelphia?.lae Hand. Steamer Glaucu* Bear"*. Ibmtoti?H r Hi mock Hark Atlantic to ri, Schering. Ncwcaatle, E?C Tobias A Hark Alert (Nor), Aas, Plymouth?Bockmann, Oerllne 4 Bark J .1 Btr ttmeyer (Ana), Moduvlch, Cork for orders?J C Meager Mark < iitina It (Aus), Hattora, Cork orPalmonth for or-. der. J < Meager linr* Zio I.orenao (Itat), Brlgnettl, Cork or Falmouth for order*- .) (' Meager Hark Camilla Nor), Chrlatlaeaen, Qncenatown or Pal mouth lor order* ? Bockmann, ' icrlinn A i'?. Hark Dektermia Br), Karmourer, Queenetown or Fal mouth tor orders?B?iiham t lloye.en. Bark Inn (Hwo), tyitt, Hueiioa Ayrea via Montevideo? Fiitie'i. Edye 4 Co II rk Addle R Sleeper, Klcopor, Havana?Jarae* E Ward A Co Brig Ida. Andcraon. Georgetown, Dct i?Dwtgbt A Piatt. Kria Outer (Br), Perkins, St Pierre , Mart? llowland A As pi liw: ill I'.rig r lrace Kelley (Brt, Dlnaey. Antigua?llowland A A? ptnwill. Brig M B Nickers,.n (Brt. Morri*. St Johna, NP?C W Ber tar. * iclir EvaC Vatea, Yates, Santa Cm* and a market?Yatee k I'orterfleld. Sclir A nil la D Mcrrltt, Plnkham, J kernel?A .Vonea A Co. Hchr Carrie W Clark, Croaa, A ,* < ,ye* B J Wenberg Bchr I'aloe, Shackford, Humacoa, I'll .1 He Itlvera A Co. Sclir i or* Kobtdna, St rtiomaa f'enlaton A Co. Si nr Leona. Gordon, Corptta Chriiti I II Brower. Hchr Henrietta, ' hatiield, Norfolk?Beckett ,t Bro. Hchr Sea Bird. I toga it. Washington, DC S agl.t ,k Petty. Hchr Wat Glllum, MeltafTny, WaaHlngtoii, u(J hlaglit 4 Petty, flenr Victoria. Batwell Raltimnra Wm Clialmera. Schr II Simmon., Godfrey, Philadelphia?Blaght A Potty. Scbr .1 P Keltey, Steelman, Philadelphia?Hlagbt A Petty. --?. Baker haiam?0 P futibfna. tn.hr Here. ARRIVALS. RBPOmrXO BT THB TT KHALI) &TKAM YACHTS AND BBRAJLD WIIiTICaTUJIK TRLKUUAP1I UNI US steamer Hartford, David H Harmon/. Commander. Li# boo Sept 19, via Norfolk Oct 17. Steamer City of Chester (Br), Leitch, Liverpool Oct 7 and Suet*uptown Hth, with mdse and pasneiigers to John G Dale, ad tresh westerly winds, with head sea, most of the pass age; arrived on the bar at 2 :H6 AM ; Oct IB, 264 miles east of Sandy Hook, passed steamer City of New York (Br), hence for Liverpool. Steamer Cuba, Mcintosh, Fernandlna, Oct 15 and Port Royal 16th. with rndse and paaseugers to H Gelpeck. Steamer City of Galveston, Evans, Savannah Oct 10, with noise and pat-senders to H Lowden. Steamer san Jacinto, Hawrrt. Savannah Oct 10, with ind.se and passengers to W R Garrison. Steamer Charleston, Kerry, Charleston Oct 10, with mdae and i?a**engers to J as W (Juintard A Co. Steamer Isaac Bell, Lawrence, liichmoud. City Point and Norfolk, with mclse and passengers to the Old Dominion Steamship Co. . ..... Bark ( aria (Nor). Torresen, Bordeaux, 31 days, in ballast to Punch, Edye A Co. Schr Sunbeam u>! Pensacola). Kain, Cat Island, 8 days, with fruit to K Stilton; vessel to master. Schr Vraie. Price, Georgetown. SO, 5 days, with naval Stores to Dollner, Patten A Co; vessel to E D Hurlburt A Co Schr H 1 Hazard, Itivolnnd, Georgetown, 80, IB days, with naval stores to Dollner, Potter A Co J vessel to Bent lev, Giidersleevo A Co. Oct 11. lat 34 26 Ion 75 10, encoun tered a severe ENE gale, shifting to NW, and lasting 48 hours; split sails and shifted deckloud. Schr Tarry Not, Timmiua, Wilmington, NO, 9 days, with lumber to master. Is bound to Boston ; put into this port to land two sick men. Schr Sidney 0 Taylor, Barrett, Wilmington, NL, 4 days, with lumber to L <* Lillienthal. Schr Horatio Nichols, Depew, Richmond, Vk Schr Virginia, Ross, Richmond, Va. Schr Monmouth, Anderson, Vlrgiuia. Schr B P Aumack, Burger, Virginia. Schr P T Willettr, Willetts, Virginia. Schr Francis Shubort, Cranmer, Virginia. Schr D S Miller, Scull, Virginia Schr Woodruff Sims, Pharo, Virginia. Schr P Douglass, Whiting, Virginia. Bchr Levcnia, Pierce, Virginia. Schr C A E Brooks. Scull, Virginia, Schr M K Turner, Camp, Virginia. Schr C Francis, Booth, Virginia. Schr Henry Parker, Lewis, Georgetown, DC. Schr B 11 Jones, Smith, Georgetown. DO. Schr Ella Mathews, McElvery, Georgetown, DC, Schr Henry Parker, Lewis, Georgetown, DC. Schr II Prescoti, Morryman, Baltimore. PASSED THROUGH HELL GAT& BOUND SOUTH. Schr C W Lawrence, Rogers, Nantucket for New York. Schr Billow, Turner, New Haven ior Trenton. Schr Storin, Gundy, Paw tucket for New York. Schr Casper Lawson, Fitspatrick, Millstone Point for New York. Schr Baltimore, Francis, Norwich for New Yore. Schr Kate McLean, Samuils, New Haven for New York. Schr Kate Kallahan, Avery, New London for New York. Schr Highlander, Wood, Boston for New York, Schr Lookout, Thompson, Portland, Me, for New York. Schr Florence Dean, Rogers, Taunton for New York. Schr Addie 11 Avery, Ryan, New Haven for Baltimore. Schr Liberty, Smith, Norwich for New York. Schr Trenton, Wall. Bostou for New York. Schr Josephine Wakeley, Bridgeport for New York. Schr Florence, Sackett, Prnvideuce for Havemtniw. Schr J M Freeman, Kldridge, Providence for New York. Schr Sarah R Thomas, Arnold, Boston for New York. Schr Sarah Bubcock, Bahcock, Greenwich for Now York. Schr Laviua Jaue, Cobb, Boston for New York. Schr Liz/,it* Mtijor. Hogg, Boston for New York. Sclir K F Meany, Lewis, Portland, Ct, for New York. Schr C 0 Lane, Lane, Now Haven for New York. Schr Favorite, Coombs, New London for New York. Schr Old Zuck. Matthews, New London for New York. Sclir Theodore Dean, Babbitt, Boston for New York Schr Eva Belle, Somers, Sag Harbor for New York. Schr Orlando Smitft, Ferris. Portchester for Now York. Schr Hester, Davis, Portchester for New York. BOUND EAST. Brig Carrie W Pickering, Terry, New York for Boston. Schr Lottie Beard. Perry, Philadelphia for New Bedford, Schr G YV Drisco, Hoboken for Boston. Schr Nicholas Mehrhoff, Mehrhotf, iiaverstraw for Provi dence. Schr YVm Voorhls, Goldsmith! Iiaverstraw for Providence. Schr Georgia Staples, Hoboken for Boston. Schr Bay State, Buckley, New York for Boston. Schr Surprise, Seaiuan, Hoboken for Providence. Schr Rubina, Allen, Hoboken for Boston. Schr Win F Burden, Adams, New York for Providence. SAILED. rs Leo, for Savannah ; Regulator, Wilmington, NC; Richmond. Ac; K C Knight, Georgetown, DO; nd Homo (Ur), Liverpool; Thus Dana, San r'ran Steamers Wyanoke, shlpa Islam ,?. elsco; barks Maria (Swe), Santandor; Giusepno Accame (Ital), London; Now York (Nor), llavre; Abbv Bacon, (iib raltar; Mottta St Angeto (Ital), Bristol; Maury (Nor), Charleston; Sirrah (Nor), do; brig Helen M Rowley, Gal veston. ' Wind at midnir.ht^L Barometer at auuset, 30.21. MARITIME MISCELLANY. (ryFor loss of bark Uulda (Nor), hence for Duudalk, see general news columns. Steamer Raleigh, at Baltimore from Wilmington. NC. wiu discnVered on Monday to l>o on tire in the engine room. During the voyage the vessel experienced heavy weather, causing five barrels of turpentine to be stove in, the liquid running into the hold of the vessel and commingling with the bilge water, and in cleaning it out a spark Irom a lamp set it on fire. Thn Haines were extinguished by the crew, witli tlie aid of the donkey pump of the steamer. Dauiago slight. Ship Themis (Br), at Philadelphia 18th Inst, from Ant werp, experienced a heavy gale from the southeast to north west on the Huh inst and lost some sails. Ship I.a Oloiiik (Br), from Philadelphia for Bremen, be fore reported as haviug put Into Halifax leaking, Ac, has also lost rudder head aud sails, aud had bulwarks stove. Snip Queen or England and Bark Taripa collided In Quebec harbor Oct 17, and both were slightly damaged. A Full Rigged Ship. #f American hulld, was passed Sept IS, In lat 44 50 N, Ion 37 4H W, abandoned, with maats and yards all standing, headgear all adrift and sails In frsg ments: hull painted black. At the same time was passed a large quantity of doals, but a short time in the water sup posed part of above ship's cargo. [Probably the Uncle Joe, from St John, Nil, lor Liverpool, before reported aban doned.] Bark Lizzie Gillespie, of and from St John, NB, arrived at Newport, K, Oct 7, with loss of dccklond, cargo shifted and almost on her beam ends. Hark Nvxtad (Nor). Qhrlstlansen. at Charleston Oct 10 from New York, had been ashore on Pumpkin Hill shoal, having run aground at 9 I'M of the 14th. Brio Nkllik Antrim, from Havana, at the Delaware Breakwater, Oct 10, for Philadelphia, lost part of deck load of bones off Ilaltoras. Sciir Subline (before reported) enconDtered a hurri cane on the 10th inst, which bore the vessel down. After the marts were cut away she righted. Tlie crew were tukou off by the brig Comrade, hound to Jamaica, and on the 13th were transferred to the brig Ellic E liutler and tuken to Halifax. Schr WATCHFUL, Gill, at Newport from New York for Plymouth, when off Point Judith was boarded by a sea which stovo bulwarks on starboard side; split foresail and Jib. Put in for repairs. Schr F. E Rackett, from Watkin's Island, arrived at New port. K I, October 10, for orders, and reports split sails, lost part of dock load, and la leaking; she has a cargo of log wood. Schr Old Hack, Matthews, of and from New London, Oc tober 15. for New York, is ashore on the rofks near Thimble Island and bilged. She was driven aehore during the gale of Sunday, after having parted her chaiua. Assistance will bo sent her from New London. Boston. Oct 19?Sclir Lney Graham, at this port from Philadelphia, reports that last Saturday, when off Fire Isl and, lost overboard the mate. David Howell, of Morristown, NJ. and a colored seaman of Philadelphia, wbilo they wore furling sails. Halifax. Oct 19?Steamer Gen Shalt nek brought hereto, day the shipwrecked crews of ships Tornado, Sanspareil and bark H P Kitchon (all before reported). Launched?At Somen' Point, NJ. Oct IS, S masted centrclmard sehr J .S Wood, 129 feet keel, 34 feet beam, 15 feet depth of hold, double-decked, capacity about 000 tons. She is to he towed to Philadelphia to fit out. nor owners are Capt Enoch Smith (who will command her), J 8 Wood, Job Wolf, Overton A Hawkins, of New York, and others. She is to be engaged in the general freighting business. The schr Maud Briggs (dimensions already given), was launched from Oakes A Son's shipyard. Brewer, on Satur day. The schooner was named altera daughter of Judson Briggs, of Brownvllle and will load lumber lor New York. N?At Portland. 19th Inst, ship Alice D Cooper, aud goes on tbo dry dock lor examination. WHALEMEN. Cleared at New Bedford Oct IS, bark Ilerculea, Sherman, for Indian Ocean (and sailed 19th) Sailed from do 17th, schr Ruing San, Taylor, for Province town. SPOKEN. Ship Nelson (Br), Christian, from Newcastle, NSW (Aug 8j lor San Francisoc, Sept 3(1, lat 33 N, Ion 131 W. The "Henrietta" (of Yarmouth, NS), for New York, Sept 20, lat 40 41 N, ion 31 51 W. NOTICE TO MERCHANTS AND CAPTAINS Merchants, shipping agents and shipmasters are lnformod that by telegraphing to the Herald London Bureau, ad dressing "Bennett, No 40 Fleet street, London," or to the Paris office, addressing "Bennett, 01 Avenue de POpern, Paris," the arrivals at and departures from European and pastern ports of American and all foreign vessels trading with the United States, the saino will be cabled to this coun try free of charge. Captains arriving at and sailing from French and Medi terranean porta will find the Paris office the more economical and expeditious for telegraphing news. OUR CABLE SHIPPING NEWS. Aurwanr, Oct IS?Sailed, ships John Mann (Br), Gibson, Now Orleans; Joseph H Spinney, Jordan, Callao. Hailed 17th, bark Margaret Evans (Br), llnrry, Philadel phia. Alicante?Arrived, brig Perces Hinckley, Small, New York. Bkistol, Oct 19?Sailed, ship Klisa Everett (Br), Dnnker ton, Tyhee. Belfast, Oct IS?Sailed, bark Fanny Atkinson (Br), nun er, North America. Bordeaux, Oct IS?Arrived at Pauillac, bark Fred En gene. Hinalley, Richmond, Va. Ciihistiania, Oct 10?Arrived, bark Joseflila (Swe), Bern detsen. New York. Cette?Sailed, brig Myronus, IHggtns, United States. Falmouth, (Jet 19?Arrived, brig Dr Strousberg ,'0er), llorKt, Wilmington, NC. Arrived In the Channel 19th, sblp Matnra (Br), Homer, Philadelphia for Antwerp; brig Ponvert, Parker, Santa Ana, Mex, for Hamburg. Glasgow, Oct 19?Arrived, steamer Waldenslan (Br), Ste phens, Montreal. OiixaNOCM, Oct IS?Sailed, brig Merriwa, Down, Car denas. Genoa, OeQ 10? Arrived, bark Pohono (Br), Sangster, Mobile; sehr Florence Shay, Van Cleaf, Philadelphia, with loss of sails. Hamslbg, Oct IS?Sailed, bark Clara (Oer), Hlllmer, New York. Liven mm., Oct 19? Arrived, barks Trnce (Br), Oldrewi, New Orloaus: Taaal (Nor/. Jacobsen. Uuoutu, Haded l?th, bark Karsten Langaard (tort, JNew Orleans; 18th, Weslfold (Nor), Lanes, North Am?4ci, Lowdom, Oct 19?Arrived, ?hlp Solon (Nor), Olsa. Que bec; bark R B Chapman (Brt, Pengilly, Pensacola. Cleared 18th, ihip Rebus (Nor), Pedenen, United Stat.,. bark* Lelf Ertkaen (Nor), Mathleaen, do; St Peder (Nor> Ontenren, North America. Larmk, Oct 16?Sailed, steamer State of Pennsylvania (Bt), Knight ((torn Olasgow), New York Lisbon?Arrived, bark Marlanna III (Port), Santot, Phil adelphia. Malaga, Oct 18?Cleared, brig Goodwin, Craig, Denia. Pai.ua, Oct IS?Arrived, brig Woodland, Valentine, New York. Queemetow*. Oct 10?Arrived, itearaer Chins (Br), Gill, Beaton for Liverpool (and proceeded). Riga?Arrived, bark Traflk (Nor), Jacobsen, New York. Kotteedam, Oct 18?Arrived, bark Germania (tier), IS vers, Baltimore. Shields, Oct 18?Sailed, bark Marry at (N or), Christlan ton, North America. Santander, Oct 10?Arrived, brig Orbit, Nath, New York. Thai.ee, Oct 19?Arrived, bark Pruepero lltal), Kepetto, New York. Venice, Oct 16?Arrived, bark Almira Coombs, Langtborn, Philadelphia. FOREIGN PORTS. Akot, Sept 5?In port, bark Benefactor, Haydon for New York. Alooa Bat. Sept 8?In port, ship Tecnmseh, Kills, from Singapore for Liverpool, ready for sea in 7 days; bark Vesu yina, Ulmer. diag. Batavia, Oct ? ?Arrived, bark Horatio Sprague, Atkins, Liverpool. Cats Tow*, Aug 81? In port, bark Etta Loring, Loring, from London. Just arrived. Sailed Aug 31, schr E S Twtsden. Simpson, Madagascar. Cardenas, Sept 16?Sailed, bark Joale Mlldrod, Glnn, for north of Hatteras; brig Julia F Carnoy, Peak, do; schr J ennlo H Oilkey, Gilkey, do. (ail Incorrectly reported yes terday nnder the head of Sagna). Ho*o Kong. Sept lit?In port ships Midnight. TlalleU, for New York; Theo Kearney (Ger). for San Praucisco; l'il g-iirn. Foyle, end Snmatra, Million, unc. Also in port 15th, ship Weymouth (JBr), Hunt, for San Francisco. Havana, Oct 18?Arrived, bark Elba, Oovor, Now York. Halifax. Oct 18?Arrived, steamers Hibernian (Br), Archer, Baltimore for Liverpool) Falmouth Colby, Portland. Sailed 19th, steamer Hibernian (Br). Archer (from Balti more), Liverpool, Cleared 18th, brigs Ragle (Br). Jamaica; Lamella (Br), do; schr Rescuo (Br), Oeinurara. Iloilo, Aug 18?Sailed, ship Great Admiral, Thompson, Cebu, where she arrived 24th. Ivigtut, Sept 10?In port, barks Enlghed (Ger), Bnrg. and Alba (Dan), Foxwood, both for Phlladeluhia, to sail about the lhth. Liverpool, Oct 11?Arrived, ship Clyde (Br), Bnitor Quebec. Liverpool, NS, Oct 17?Arrived, brig Susan (Br), St Thomas. Sailed, 17th, brig R Payaon (Br), Barbados. Manila. Aug 29?Sailed, ship Melrose, Neill, Now York; 81st, Highlander. Willcomb, do. Montevideo, Sept 4?Arrived, ship Rottlnnd (Brt, Jame son, Quebec, Natal, Aug 30?Snlled. brigs Osalpee, Haakn, Mauritius, in ballast: 31st. Martha (N'lc), Purington, London. North Stdnky, Oil, Oct 18?Arrived, Lush', from Cow Bay. Shanghai. Bept It?In port ships Wylo (Brt, Brown, and Fire Queen (Br), Hamilton, for New York, ldg; hark Chal lenge (Br), Cutter, for do do. Also In port 14th, bark Francisco Caldorou (for), for New York. Sink's Bat, Aug 31?In port, bark Madame Demorost (Br), Biaaett, dlsg. Sagua, Oct 16?Railed, bark Palo Alio, Jenkins, north of Hattercs (not as before). St John, NB, Oct 18?Cleared, schr Express (Br), tor New York; 18th, brigs Express (Br), do; Sarah Wallace, Balti more. Arrived 19th, schr Martha A (Br), New York. Sullod 18th, hark Annie Putnam (Br), Fleming, Liver pool. Whampoa. Sept 15?In port, bark n N Carlton, nnrkness, for Now York. Windsor, NS, Oct 16?Arrived, schr Bertha J Fellows, Eastport (and sailed for New York). Sailed 17th, schr Florella, Philadelphia. Yokohama, Sept 24?Sailed, bark Hants County (Br), Cochran, San Francisco. In port Sept 25, ships Lothnlr, (Br), Orchard, for New York; City of Quebec (Br), Davidson fordo; harks II A Litchfield, Snauldlng for do- Wm Van Name, Watts, from do, arrived 20th, unc; New Republic, Adams, from do, ar rived 22d, do; Cremona, Gove, une. [Per Steamer City op Chester 1 Antwerp, Oct 5?Sailed. Nabino Paine, England; J E Woodworth, Fredrickson, Sydney. CB. Alloa, Oct 0?Arrived, Askoy, Daniclson, Boston. Bristol. Oct 6?Arrived, Albert. Sullivan, Quebec. In Kingroad 6th, Maryhoro, Irvine, from Quebec, Odd, Neilson, trom New York (latter will discharge at Broad PUD. Hklpast, Oct 7?Sidled. Annie McKairn, Wuycott, Ilicki keote ; Livingstone. Flschyr, Wilmington, Nc. Bremen, Oct 3?Arrived, Braunschweig (s), Undentech, Baltimore. Bordeaux, Oct 5?Sailed, Silcstrla, Cllft, Pensacola. C tntkllamark, Oct 1?Sailed, Francisco R, Cullfano, New York. Deal, Oct 6?Arrived. Karon Ninkelsnn, Stongebye, Lon don for Pensacola (and anchored). Off 6th. (litis, Faluk, Arendal for New Orleans; A J Hall (bark, of Boston), from New York for Great Yarmouth. Dover, Oct 6?Off, Margarethe, Wilson, Quebec for Cargo fleet. Denia, Sept 29?Arrived, Anglia (?), Smith, Palermo; Italia (s), Craig, do. F.lsinore. Oct 3?Arrived, Rousens, Lelghton, New York for Croustadt. Gloucester, Oct 6?Sailed. L E Cann, Cann. Tybee; Evviva. Olson, Savannah ; Bjorntraa, Svordntp. Charleston. Greenock, Oct 0?Arrived, Idolla Berry, Turner, Saino rang; Mary Ann, Johnson, (Holster, Qnebec. Glasgow, Oct 6?Arrived, Bolivia (s), Small. New York. Genoa, Oct 4?Cleared, Austria (s). McKay, Leghorn. Hklvokt, Oct 4?Arrived, R U l'uringtou, Crosby, Charles ton. llAMBtfrtG. Oct 3?Sailed, Hebe, Taylor, "St Johns." Havre, Oct 5?Cleared. Minnie G Loud. Holt. Baltimore. Hong Kong. al>out Oct 6?Arrived, China (t), Dcarliorn, San Francisco via Yokohama. Ipswich, Oct 6?Arrived. Havilah, Owen, Boston. Liverpool, Oct 6?Arrived, Venus, Ritchie. Quebec. Sailed Otk. The Queen (*), Bragg, New York; St. Louis (s). Reid. New Orleans. ? Cleared 6th. Minnie M Wntts, Watts. Key Wont; Sokoto, Crocker, Sandy Hook; Capclla, Holman. Galveston; Chlloe, Corkhill, Portland, O; Canadian (s). Miller, Montreal. Olf the Skerries 1st, June Fish, Brown, Liverpool for Ty bee. OffTnskar2d. Ann Milllcent, Pack, Liverpool for Bombay. London, Oct 7?Arrived, Carolan, Hall, Quebec (s), Thomas, New York (and entered out for do). Cleared Bth?Adept, Mitchell, New Orleans; J. D. Topper. Pahil. Kost London; Gamma is). Luck hurst, Quebec; Jont sen, Eklund, Pensacola. 7lh?Goo H Warren, Timothy, Newport and Rio Janeiro. Sailed from Gravesend Cth Holland (s), Simpson, Now York, and from Deal 7th. Lizard, Oct 6?Off, Durham (*), of Hall, from ?? for New Orleans. Milpord. Oct 7?Put in. Republic, Phillip, Dablin for So vannuh, with lower maintopsail yard broken. Marseilles, Oct 8?Arrived, Cattorina, Caasella, Now Or leans. Madeira. Sept 25?Railed, Monra I, Casanova, New York; Sflth. Kilith, Thomas. Bull River, SC. Newport, Oct 5?Arrived, John Boyd, Ellis, Gloucester for Havana; 0 II Foster, Coombs, Gloucester for Brnsil. Plymouth, Oct 6?Sailed, Peti Dubrnvackt, Chersanas, New York. Off 6th, Slf, Chrlstianson, Quebec for Arbroath. Portsmouth, Oct 5?Put in, Pcppina, l'aturao, London for New York. Sailed 6th, Augusta, Buck (from London), Boston. Pkntland Firth?Passed through 3d, Underwriter, Robertson, Qnebec lor . Qukknstown, Oct 6?Sailed, Haboda, New Ross; Vera, Gloucester; Tinto. Dundee; Ethel, London; Kamak. Glas fow; Lidsjnlf. Lame; 7th, Gertrude, Greenock; VIso. New ork: Northumbrian, London; Elllda, Sllgo; Knlova, Bel fast ; Viig, Dublin. Riga, Oct 2?Sailed, Edward Waite, Lee, Iludlckswall. Southampton, Oct 0?Airived, Kong Oskar, Jeunsen, Quebec. Sailed 6th, Colombo <s), Blrkett, New York. St Alban's Head, Oct 8?Off, Providence, Coalfleet, PhG adelpliia for Soutliainpton. Swinemu.ndx Oct 3? Arrived, Elita Avellna, Monro, Phil adelphia. Tkxkl. Oct 5?Arrived. Peter Gnataf, Brandt, Miramicht Valencia, Sept 23?Arrived, J Kicardo Jora, Little, Phil adelphia. West Coast op Atuica, Sept 29?At Sierra Leone, Tropic Bird, Havlln, for Boston: Albertina. Burgess, fordo. Sailed from Capo Palmaa Sept 16, Liberia, Richardson, Grand Basra. Sailed from Accra Sept 1?Lemuel, Tnfts, Leslie (and i .t Salt Pond 14th). At do 14th?Sea Gull, Stevens for Boston. At Addah Sept 11?Sterling, French, from Accra. AMERICAN PORTS. ALEXANDRIA, Oct 1ft?Arrived, steamer John Gibson, New York; schrs Lottie, J E Willcts, and W 8 Doughtou, for Washington. Sailed?Schm (1 II Mills, Newhurg; T T Tanker, V B Hick man, llenry Davy, and 8 W Bunnell (from Washington), for APPONAITO, Oct 18?Arrived, echr Charles E llelher. Coombs, Philadelphia. BOSTON, Oct 10? Arrived, steamers AUentown, Tottlo, Philadelphia: I'ottavllle, Winnctt, do; schrs Marv Baker, Thompson Mlragoane; Althea. Hlackman. Baltimore; Addle Jordan. Webber, Alexandria; Charles H Lawrence, Kent, do; Henry J May, Hlackman; Martha Walsh, Burge; Louie F Smith, Naatin ; J T Albcrger, Foster; Horace Moodie, Hand; Kate V Altkcn, Brower; Richard Vaux, Robinson, and II M Bnell, Ireland, ITilladelphia; Alpha fiaulsbury, Kllsa Iwlhport: Sarah Hrnen, l'etty, do; Sarah K Jones, Phlnney, Weehawken; Claralicl Niekerson, Hohokun; Tantamount, Davis, do; A Heaton. I'hinney, do; James Barrett, Nieker son, Kondout; Carrie II Spnfiord, Haskell, do; Saxon, Pen dleton, Port Johnson , Garland. Libby, do. Also arrived, U N steamer Tallapoosa, McKltohle, from Portsmouth, Nil; schrs Maggie J Cliadwlclc, Norns, Alex andria; B M Hill. Illggin*. do: Harsh J Bright, Thomas: Nellie C Paine, Pierce; Kllio L .Smith, Barrett; Addle D Bacon, Bacon; J G Babcock Babcock; J D Paige, Haley; Isabel Rose, Allen; J M Middleton, Jr. Townsoiid: Francis L Godfrey, Weeks, and William L Abbott, Lndlow, from Philadelphia; II L Whltton, Rich, Baltimore? It J Carlton, Holler, do; John Proctor, Doane, do; Hea Nvmnh Dow, Port Johnson: Annie Murcliie, McAlep, do; W II Itowe, Whlttemore, lloboken; Marcia S Lewis, Lewis, do; Silas McLoon, Spear, New York; Sammy Ford. Allen, do. Cleared?Bark Neptune, Heal, Smyrna; schr Belle Crowcll, Megathlln, Alexandria. Sailed?Steamer Lord Cllve (Br), for Liverpool. It ALTI MiiKK, Oct 111?Arrived, mounters D J Foley, Price, Wilmington, NC; McClellan, Marsh, Providence; Tnckalioe, Brown, Newborn, NC; Fanny Cadwallader, Fos ter, New York; Vlneland. Boweti, do; schrs Rescue, llenry, Nassau ; Charles Moore Hudson, Savannah. Cleared- Steamers Win Kennedy. Foster, Providence; laiuisa, Walker, Kdonton, NC; Josephine Thomson, Moore, New York, Getorora, Reynolds, do. naiks Continental, l'llls bury, Marseilles; Nergltnt (Nor), Moshorg, (jpieenstown or Falinouth , brtgs Dr Lasker (tier), Chriftoffisr, Rio Janeiro; Kahlua, Mitchell, Boston; schrs Mary K Long, Heasken, (Joincv Point; L C Hickman, Simpler, New York; L V Os trou. flotnaii, do. Sailed?Bark St Olaf (Nor), Newry. BKI'NHWK'K, Ga, Oct 18?Hailed, schrs Anna Bell, Qrlf lln, St John, NB; 14th A Haylord, Shute, Boston. BANGOR. Oct IB?Cleared, schrs Dolphin. Young, and Mary Augusta, Holt, New York; Fanny Elder, Cleraonts, and Fanny Butler, Warren, Philadelphia; N Berry, Wine low, and Sea Foam, Philbrouk, New York; Saral J Adams, Philadelphia. BATH, Oct IB?Sailed, ships Astoria (new), Kelly, New Orleans; Bohemia (new), Delano, do; Harvester (new), Bosworlh, Liverpool; schr it T Potter, Andrews, New York. BRISTOL, Oct IB?Arrlvod, schr L B Cowporthwaite, Jones, Providence for Georgetown, DO. ltlli?Arrived, steamer A C llarstow. Konney, New York; schr Ida della Torre, Chase, Philadelphia. Hailed -Schr Julia Baker. Baker, New York or Bangor. ? CIIAKIJJSTGN. Oct 111?Sailed, hark Gloria de Lloret !p), PutgJ Barcelona; brig Little Harry (Br), Rourke, IvcrpooL Ch ared?Steamer Rita (Hp), Itiestra, Barcelona. Hailed?Schr Mary Nnwell, Nowoll, New York. Also sailed, brig L Warren, for Minaletlan. ? DARIhN, Oct 14?Cleared, barks Andhild (Nor). Madsen, Cherbourg: Ulrlka (Res), Lalke, Toulon. FKR.NANIIINA, Oct ll-Arrlved, schr Jesse S Clark, hl wood, New York (5 days' passage). liSh?Cleared hsra l)er Nord (Ger), Lange, Queenstown for orders: schr David Clarksoa, Ireland. Uauideu, NJ. 13th?Arrived ichr. A D MtM, Henderson. D.mt rara; Jesse 3 CUrk. Elwood, New Vork. 14th?Arrived, steamer Cuba, Mcintosh, New Turk VIA P?FOwK?EM MONROE. Oct 10? Arrived, bark Win:'red. Bio J anelro for Baltimore, ?? ,hn Also arrived, steamer John W Thompson (new), or tn? Inland and Seaboard Coasting Company, from ?liming .on, en mute to Washington. _ , ? l'Jsscd lu for Baltimore?Brig Ilattle kl Bain, from "a Hpu*!!ed out?Bark Anna (Nor), for France; schr Ellaa Ciciiile for I'orto Klco (both for Baltimore). ' ? PtLL RIVER, Oct 17?Arrived, echra I) M Anthony. Me Laln.and Jennie Koaallne, Tnoker, Qeorgelowu. DC ; rhos Borde. Churhuck. Philadelphia. GALirstoN.Oct is?Sailed, bark Alma (Bwe), Ryberg, B (IEOROctOWN. SO. Oct IS?Arrived, aehr K W Glover, 1 ll'VlkhTEit'oct 19? Arrived, echr Rebecca Huddeil. Philadelphia MOBILE. Uo 18?Arrived, echr Valkyrlen iDan), Mel ?on, Rio Janeiro. Cleared?Schr ? McNichol. Reed. Haytt. NEW ORLEANS, Oct 18?Arrived eteamer Margaret, Bmh-Arr*ved. stealer* Warrior, Hughes, Pernambnco; Diego (Sp), (iaHianaua,Havana; bark# l'olyrnnle (rr>, i -out eett Bordean*; I) H fc.ll.. Penny, Bath; brig Waverley, Terry, Cardenaa; acbr Saiah Hall, Key Went. Sailed?Bark# Olvmuia sSp),Na^al, Biircelona;E1mina (Br) Pariridure, Bristol; brl* (^hittoor, (Br), Gortley, Hull, echr Lily of the Valley, Leitcb, Bay of Inlands. Arrived at the Pa.ee. 19th, .hip Win, Harstow, New ^NKWBERN NC, Oct 17?Arrived, stearatr Ellen 8 Terry, B CRY PORT, Oct 18?Arrived, echr Hartle E Smith, '' xkw TbEDFORD, Oct. 17?Sailed, echr Florence Dean Phillipe, Georgetown, D 0. _ m-n-a i t.iw lHtli?Arrived, eteamer llercule?, Swasey, Philadelphia, echr. Helen A Ames, Kndlcott. Georgetown, Dl : Clara y.I r rick, Ireland, do; White Swan. Raynee, Baltimore: 11 l Hedge., Harper. Alexandria; Wni 0 Bee, Chester, I htla delplda; C P Hoffman, Alberteon, Atlantic City; Ilijt.ie Perry, Chaeo. Philadelphia; Harriet I<ewia. Searlee 1 ork Johnson; Palma, Weeks, do; Uriah V Waehburn, MtilUgki, Ilaveretraw. _ ? Sailed?Schrs M Vassar, Jr. Kelley, New York: A C_N"Ves, Baker, do; Iris, Dong, do; Midnight, Reed, do; J Tinker, Carroll, do. 19th?Arrived, echr. Geo Hotchkl.s, and Henry (Jlbbs, I flroni New York: M H Read, l'eiladelphia; Verandah, Ron dout; Bonl English, and Daniel Rritiain, Port Johuson; Goo Whistler, lloboken. Sailed?Steamer Hercules. Swasey, for Philadelphia; eclirs James Maxfleld, Samuel II Sharp, and John 11 |,,'rrii for Philadelphia; Jas E Patten, Georgetown, DC; Ann r Hippie, Nightingale, E M Smith, Ellen l'erktns, and Moni tor. New York. NEWPORT Oct 10, PM?Arrived, schre Mora King. Pettlgrew, Calais for Lewos, Del; Sallie W Ponder, Thrash er, Taunton for New York. 17th?Arrived, tug Cora I, Staples, Maeomher, Somerset for Now York, with barges Star of the Kant and Advance in ''Tiso arrived, schrs Watchful, Gill, New York for Plymouth (see Miscellany); C C Smith, Atwood, Port Johnson; Alfred Chase, Robinson, Providence for New York; J ulla linker. Baker, Bristol for do. ? Sailed?Schr Jas English, Baker. Bristol. 18tb?Arrived, echrs Julia E Prstt. Crowed, Philadelphia, E F Cobada, Swain, do; Anna lioll liver, lletts, do; Jamea Nelson. Kendall, Port Johnson; D C Foster, Jonoe. do j J Clark. Northrop, do: Cora, IJaieey, do; L N Lovi-U, Borden, Fall River for Philadelphia. . 19th?Arrived, schr E E Rackett, Laprolle, Watkins Island for orders (see Miscellany). ? _ _ Arrived at Narragansctt Pier 17tb. schr I oacadalo, Cas well. New York. . . w . NORWICH, Oct 18?Arrived, schn H II Wilson, and M A Predmore. Port.Iohnvon ; F Tyler, Nowbur*; E M Baxter, do; Ellas Ross, Philadelphia; Franklin Pierce and Mary Miller, Ellsabetliport; Hudson, Uobokou; E Washburn, ana McDowell, North River. , NEW LONDON, Oct 18?Arrived, schrs Walter Palmer, Alexandria for Groton. R H Wilson, Hoboken for Norwich; MAPredmore, and Ellen M Baxter, do for do; Kxuedite, Newhurg; J Cone, Port Johnson; W H Bowou, Now York for Providence; sloop Fred Brown, do for do. Sailed?Brig Gooreo (Br). Champlin, Porto Rico. NEW HAVEN, Oct IS? Arrived, schrs Crusade. Miller. Brooklyn; W T Elmer, Tibbie. Port Johnson: Jas H Hoyt, Lyon, Baltimore; Vapor, Applcgate, Georgetown, DC; Sig nal, Benton, New York. PORTLAND, O, Oct 11?Arrived, bark Blanche (Br). Bumhrotigh, Victoria. PENSACOL.V, Oct 18?Arrived, bark Jenny (Rns). Kas telin, Liverpool. Cleared?Shin Kenilwoith (Rr), Ball. Greenock. PHILADELPHIA Oct IS?Arrived, schrs Jessie \Y Starr, Frlnk, Boston; E A Scribner, Smith, Salem. 19th?Arrived, steamers Wyoming. Teal, Savannah; Eqna tor, Hinckley, C'harloston; Beverly, Wallace, New York; Philadelphia, Davis, do; schrs Mary A Hood, Weeks, Boston; R K Vuughun, Smith, do, S A Boice, Somera, Lynn; Aid, Fishor, Fall River; Ladv F.llon. Somera, Newport. Also arrived, steamer Leopard, Altiertson, New York; schr Sunbeam, Aunkor, Calais, Me, after being ashore ;belore re ported). . Cleared?Steamer Mayflower, Davidson, New York; schrs Amos Edwards. Soiuers, Galveston; Abby L. Dow, Young. Boston : II M Buell, Ireland, do; K O Irwin, Johnson, East Cambridge; John Htroup, Nickorson, Guincy Point; Anna Bheppard, Terry, East Greenwich; W G Harriott, Parsons, Somerset ; Mary Price, Campbell. Fall River. Alsocleared, bark Krragon (Nor), Weber, < ork or ral month; schrs D V Strcakor. Vangilder. Charleston; 11 N Hhobert King, do; Kllsa J Raynor. Mitchell, New Bedford. Nkwcastlk, Del. Oct 19, AM?Schrs Montana for Boston; Ann H Hickman for Portsmouth; Cores for Dover Nil; Sylvester Hull for Taunton, and John MidiUolon, Jr, mi Boston passed down. The schr J V Baker, from Boston, proceeded up. _ Noon?Schrs Sunbeam from Calais and Sldona from Deei Isle, passed up at 11.25 A M. Hark Champion (Br) Iroin Greenock anchored below here. Schr Hannah h Shubert, Tor Boston proceeded down ; steamer Harrisborg, for Boston and schra Joseph B ivmoro, for Cambridge; Surah S Harding lor Boston ; Anna E Ketchum for ilo, Sarah Wood, for do; r A Heath, for Rockland; Salllo S Godfrey for Salem; Abbey L Dow, for Boston; 8 B Wheeler, for do; Emily and Jennie for do; Edward Daron, for Portland; EG Wtllard. for do; Elisa J Kaynor, for Providence : Aidine, for Portsmouth; Mary E Graham, for Norwich; Joseph Eaton. Jr. for Lynn; John S Ivins. Tor Richmond, and Goddess, for Providence, passed down since the AM report. Steamer Equator, from Charleston, below here, is coining up. PM?Passed up, steamer Leopard, from Boston, schrs IS Van Dnsen, for Salem ; Einraa 0 Babcoek, for Boston, and R S Derby, for Portsmouth, passed down. Bark Sebastian Bach (Ger), lor Bremen, passed down at 3 P.M. Stcnmtug Cvnthta left at 1 :30 PM for Morris Llston'a. to tow the bark Champion (Br), from Greenock to Philadelphia. Lkwks, Del, Oct 19-AM-Arrived. ship Constancy (Br), from Antwerp, in ballast. Bark Champion and schr Hun beam left for Philadelphia yesterday. Selir II II Seavey sailed for Philadelphia last night. Steamer Penn 8vIvu.nih arrived at 12 :.'K> lawt night and left the Buoy of tlx? Brown at H this AM. Steamer Albemarle, from New York, arrived at 7 this AM. 8hip Pauline David and bark Hurme lln are as beforo. _ .. , . PM?Arrived ship Wellington from Havre, In ballast, for Philadelphia. .. Brig Nellie Antrim, 15 days from Havana fbr Philadelphia, put in hero to cloan her starboard pump. Ship Oluf and other vessels us beforo. VSS Alann and 20 schooners are here. PORTLAND, Oct 10?Arrived, schr Dclmont, Blake, Windsor, NS, for Philadelphia. lHth?Arrived, schr Charlie Cobh. Now Yorkt. Cleared?Schrs Ida L Howard, 1'hUadclphia; Sophia Krans. Calais to load for LlverpoqJ. , 19th?Cleared, schr Albert W Smith, Leavltt, Buenos A Arrived?Schr Odell, from Gardiner for New York. PORTSMOUTH. Oct 17?Sailed, schrs Express Triton, Bowen, and F St Clair Edwards. Irelan, Philadelphia ; 18th. Geo L Kossendon, Becbe. and PrisclUa Scribner, Dasey, do (and both anchored In lower harbor). PROVIDENCE, Oct 18-Arrived, stcameri Black done, Ilallett, Baltimore via Norfolk ; Vindicator, Rogers. Phila delphia; Catharine Whiting. Hording do: schrs Florence ! Lock wood, St John; Wm Mason. French; Oliver Ames, Bab bitt; Ilattle Page, Godfrey; Ann L Lock wood Ht John ; Cab vin P Harris. Benton: Alfr?-d Brahrook. Phllilps: Wm I> lHHon, Newton, an<l Armenia Bartlett, Burtlett, George town. DC; Henry A Paull, Strange; Henry R Cong don ConleT, and Mattle A Hand, Hand, Alexandria: Schr Albert Thomas, Taylor. Watchaprig, Va; I, A Rus sell Jeffers, Baltimore; Pedro A Grau, Lake; John J Ward. Inman: Mary Wee-sr, Weaver: J II Austin. Davis; Marj G Furr McBride; Elisabeth Mages, Magee, and Prnvidenee, Bice. Philadelphia, Sarah Clark, Oriffln. do for Puw tticket, A O Lawson, Menrhof, Haekensaek. NJ; Sarah L Thnrap sou Hull, Rondnut; Trade Wind, Bryant. Port Johnson; James English, Ilarkor, Rondont; Mlnonas, Phillips, Port Johnson; Sarah Purves, Lisle, do.; Oceanus, Yonng do; John W Hall, Jr, Powell, do for Paw. tucket; H Fish. Rowley, Port Johnson; A H Beldln, Bnell, Perth Am boy; IsabellaThompson, Howe.do: Flyaway. Enos; Watchman Csndape; Sarah A Falconer. Wilson: Decatur Cakes, Baker; Henry May. Hatch: P M Wheaton, Bmrett; 8 M Tyler, Ilart; John Crnckford, Hart, and John Kto< kliam, Hart lloboken; Kate Seranton, Palmer; l'aladiiim, Ryder; Roht' B Smith, Mogathlin; Condova, Wilson; Geo Edwin, Samis, and Rosina, Kelley, New York. Below?Schr Sabao, from Now York. Sailed?Schrs Chsrles W Bentley, Baker, and John Balch, nmh-Arrivod. steamer Vindicator, Rogers, Philadelphia. PAWTUCKKT, Get 18?Arrived, schr John W llall, Jr, Powell. Port Johnson. .. _ _ , SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 18?Arrived, ships Greta (Br), Macroady, Glasgow; Mary Ann Wilson (Br), Stoddard, 8yd nev NSW ; bark Oonunest, Small, Hong Kong. Also arrived, ship King Codrlc (Br), Bstts, Newcastle, NSW- Mary Ann Wilson (Br). Stoddnrd. Sydney, NSW. Cleared?Ship Bremen (Ger), Ic-slie, Liverpool. SAVANNAH, Oct 19?Arrived.steamers Hector (Br). Rose, London- Juniata. Catharine, Philadelphia; ships A F Stone man (Br), Cain, Bristol, E; Garland (Bid, Crocker, Liver pool; harks Mary G Reed, Oeyer, Dunkirk; Navesink, Bar ^"eared?Barks Ma.lnrita (Sp> Oornrd, Barcelona: Veritas (8w) Meyer, Antwern; schr L 8 Davis, Sterling, Genoa. Alsocleared. aehr P A Server, Cawdory, Baltimore. Sailed?Steamer Cleopatra, Biilkley, New York. Arrived at Tyhee?Slop Llllie Soullard (Br), Gondy, Dub lin (and sailed for Charleston). SaTILLA, (Is, Oct 13?Arrived, brig Jas Crosby, Jonas, New York via Norfolk 8TONINGTGN, Oct 17?Arrived, schrs Connecticut. Smith, Port Johnson; J C Havens, Hnllock. lllverhead; Veranda, l'ond. New York for Providence; Roanoke, Cook, Dlghton for New York; E H Webster, New York for New Bedford '"vineyard nAVE.V. Oct is?Arrived, schrs Addle Jor dan, from Georgetown, I)C, lor Boston: Harmon Cortls, Ho boken for do; Effort, from do for Bangor; Alabama. Perth Amboy; Walter Irvlug, Rondnut (with main boom broken); K L Jay, Port Johnson for Salem ; C W Dexter, do for do, H H Nash, New York for Jonesport; Cvprns do lor Addison; Coeheeo, do for Koiinebnnk: Onward, do forNantnrket. Sailed?Steamers Oriental and Hextnr; schr. Wm , ?vls ConnerV''Carrie "i'i ^ pofforti Kai'rfieM,' I^a. M B Ro^ Minnesota F A C.deord K.rai, Brn.n, lienry C^ky. ofdon Nellie C I'kine, tho- R Plllsbnrv, ?idi. R^Uebn J I Afbargar Horaoa Moody. LT Smith, ft iam.ua->- - h%u'Ml%?TOH. NC, Oct 18?Arrlrod, brig Signal (Br), Wj?rrlnrt?-fr^Lndll^ Bennett. Baltimore. W ArVr8n!^Ort'lS^rlaed,' "hr Flmence Now.ll, Fennl '"sa'lled-'^ehrHilary I! Mifflin. Ferris. Rondont. YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, dkC. I nor halp. ~the hew fast sloop vaciit ege 1 ria ; SOllft.M , ready for Immcilltlr nae. Apply to UKo. W. 8TUBOES. 31 South street. New York. WANTED?A GOOD SECOND HAND YACHT CHEAP dlmenaiona about 8x20 feet. Addreas E. P. POWERS Lanalntcburji, N. Y. MIBCEM.ANKOUS. 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