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KB. Koodt oh xhb Biarjtncurr rowsn or COHTESSIOH?A BELIEVE* If HARD BARGAIN* rehired. Tl." meeting yesterday morning at the Brooklyn Tab -raacle was character,zed by an largo an attendaaco as on the previous mornings, an?l the overflow was ag* n provided for in the chapei. Mr. Sankey spent part of the hour in the church, then left to attend the meeting in the chapel, lie came in before time for openiti-', and led the congregation in a hymn. The meeting was opened by the singing of the seventy seventh hjnin. Bequests for prayer were then read. Alter a lew moments of silent prayer fur the re quests the eighty-fourth hyuin was sung. Mr. Moody read the story of the prophet Eiisha ntfsing the Shtinammite's child fromthudcud. Then he -old:?The verse 1 want to call your attention to is the thirtieth?"And the m< titer of the child said, A the Lord Mveth, and as thy soul llveth, I will not leave thee." Now, s me people are coming to these me, tings, I think, because there is such a great crowd that there w ill be a good work done. Now, if we don't lean on God we shall be defeated. 1 want to hold op this woman as an example. "As thy suul liveth, 1 will not leave thee." Well, she did not, for If she had she would not have got back her son. If we come to Christ and pour out our hearts in prayer Christ will not disappoiut us. It was a great disap pointment when the stall' and servant failed, hut Chr.st came and brought resurrection to that child. Oh, mothers, is it well with your children? Bring them here. Don't lean on a broken staff. When we expect great things from Christ the blessings will como. I remember, at the close of a meeting in Nashville, a soldier rose up; he was a strong fellow, and he was trembling trotn head to foot, lie put his hand in bis pocket, and drew out a letter covered wth tears. *' I got it last night," he said, "and I did not sleep a minute. It is a letter from my suiter, and she tells mo that every night when the sun go. s dowu she goes down on her knees to pray for me, and I cannot rest " God had answered that sister's prayer. O, my friends, lot us take our brothers we want to see saved right awav from the meetings and the minis ters, straight to tno Master, and he will answer, ft, my friends! let us go straight to the Master. Let us Lave a few moments ol'silent prayer; then, tf any one is led by the spirit of God, let him pray. Here prayers were offered and the eleventh hymn was sung by Mr. San key, and E. W. Howley delivered a short address. Dr. Fulton also delivered a short address, alter which the eighty-sevinth hymn was sung, and Mr. Moody requested a few minutes of silent prayer for God'9 blessing to rest on all the meetings of the day. There were several other requests for prayer, among them one for ROMAS CATHOLICS, one especially who came out ol the Rink weeping and .sobbing "1 never knew there was such a short way to be saved as 1 have learned to-night." Mr. Moody requested those who wished to be prayed lor to stand, and he closed the meeting with a short prayer:? "We thank Thee for thD pleasant hour; we thank Thee for the privilege of coming straight to the throne of God. May there be many souls saved to-day, and may God be with us as we go to our homes and our places of business ; may the windows of heaven be opened and the spirit of God descend on us. THE SERVICES LAST EVENING. The crowd was greater last night than upon any even, tng this week, and again the "overflow" gathered in Bimpson church and were addressed by Rev. Dr. Ormis" ton. Mr. Sankey went over while the hymn preceding Mr. Moody's sermon was being sung. At the same time i prayer meeting was being conducted in the Reformed church opposite the Rink for the success of the preach, 'ng. Thus three moetings were in progress at the same time. Mr. Moody read for his Scripture lesson the fllty Brst psalm and then followed up bis previous sermons on repentance with one on confession of sins, basing his remarks on Daniel lx., 20?'-Confessing my sins." It is easy, Mr. Moody remarked, for us to confess the tins of our neighbors, but it is the hardest thing for us to confess our own sina In the psalm he had read David thirty-three times confesses himself a sinner, (f we arc to get into the Kingdom of God we must enter by the way of confession. When a man confesses his ?wn and not his neighbor's sins be is not far from the Kingdom of God. Now, some people think that we should confess our sius to men. But all sin is against God and we must confess to him. You need not go to any man, for every man has as much as he can do to lake care of his own sins. Judas confessed bis sins to the chief priests, and the next thing he did was to go and hang himself. K you have injured any man of course you will goto bim and confess your guilt toward huu. Mr. Moody gave several affecting illustrations of confession and hu man forgiveness, and also several selections of the same sort from the Bible. He believed jthat tne reason David was said to be a man after God's own heart was that be confessed and repented of his sins whenever he did wrong. The Church of God MIST CONFESS 1TKR SINS Jf she expects a blessing from God. If we. who are pro fessing Christians, had walked as we ought, would the Church be as she is to-day, lull of divisions arid conten tions 1 Confession must begin at the Church of God. Daniel, the best man in all Babylon, begins by confessing his own sins and then the sins of the peopre. There is nothing that will move the world like the Church coming up to her work in the name of the Lord. But before that she must come down in the dust before God. We must get into the fifty first pslsm before God will bless us and lift us up. The eyes ot the world are on us. They do not read the Bible, but they do read you and L Now. you who are Christians, see if you have nothing to confess. Have none of you been busy in the world and like the world ? Are thcro not professed Christians here who have not bad a family altar in their homes for years ? Are there not ?"Dje Ijero who drive sharp bargains with theij neighbors? i ,Ai this point a voice in the rear of the building stated, ,;/5lory to God !" This interruption was re buked by Mr. Moody, who said that the friend could help him if he would say "Amen" when he(Mr Moody) told him. Mr Moody, continuing, called on the uncon verted to confess their sins, that God might put them away. A slight commotion was created in the audience by a man fainting, who was carried out of the building. At tbo close of the sermon, which was short. Simpson Methodist Episcopal church was filled up again, and half an hour was spent I'd prayer and confession, after which an inquiry meeting was held to the young men's meeting eighteen stood up for privers and some young converts gave their new found experience. RELIGIOUS RAILROAD REVIVALS. The revival among railroad men in New Jersey has extended to Port Morris, on the lino of the Delaware and Lackawanna Railroad. The number of men who attend the meetings is set down at 400. Fifty-seven conversions are reported, and a demand lias been made that the Young Men's Christian Association of Boonton tender their assistance and aid the men in prayer and religious exercises. A Sunday school has been already established. The superintendent of ibis school pre dicts that it will soon lie necessary to build a chapel or church. Bible racks have been set up on some of the -engines. A GOOD INSTITUTION. The Bowery branch of the Yoong Men's Christian Association is still energetically pursuing its good work of lodging and assisting to situations young men who have become destitute or are in want of employ ment. I.nst night a social reunion took place among the present Inmates of the lodging house at No. i;i4 Bowery and many others who had once received aid from the association. From the statement made by tho Secretary, Rev. Junn Dooly, it appears that during the past three years situations have been procured for 3,2d.'J young m< n, while 0,300 in all have received aid in somo form, either in clothing or lodging. Religious services are maintained Irom day to day, and at these services the aggregate attendance has amounted to 142,134, while of these lully ooo were present at inquiry meetings. fauit night many of those who hail once received aid and are now prosperous brought their families, and made inter e i ng s ai< menu of tho benefits they had received Irotu tho association. TIIE HOUSE OF BISHOPS. The House of Bishops of tho Episcopal Church met yesterday ut Grace church to elect missionary bishops for China and Africa. Of the fifty-six bishops in the I'nited States thirty-four were present, tho Illshop of Kentucky being in th? chair. Rev. William Talsiock, of Connecticut, acted as secretary, Tbo Convention was private, and lis labors will not be concluded until Una evening. RELIGIOUS MISSIONS. iMHUAL MEETING OF TIIE AMERICAN MIS SIONARY ASSOCIATION. Midduetowh, Conn., Oct 28, 1875. The annual meeting of tho American Missionary Asso ciation was continued to-day. This morning papers of Interest were read, as follows:?By Dr. Leonard Bacon, of New Haven, upon "The Fundamental Reconstruction of the South;" by Rev. K. P. Hawes, of New Haven upon "Slavery and the Slave Trade aa They New F.xm in the World;" by Rev. Mr Dana, of Norwich, upon "The Evaogelixation of Alrlca." Dr. Bacon took the ground that federal legislation or the use of force to su force legislation is no longer needed at the Mouth, but the work of the schools and the Church, and espocially the work of conciliation. Alter the reading of the papers Interesting nddressf s upon the topics presented were mode by Rev. Dr. Jl mud In. of Constantinople; Rev Mr Grout, formerly n( .south Africa: Mr. Dougal, of the Now York WUntu, l)r. Whipple, of New Fork, and others. in the altemoou sosaton Mr. A B Meaehsm, for merly Peace Commissioner with General Colby gave 4.. villain Jack's version o! the Xcdoo troubles. Rev, a. B. Mirrlti presented a wjKtrt of the work of the society anioog the Chineee and in tbts country, arid ttev. Mr. Parsons, of Boston, spoke forcibly on the same sub ject. The Lord'* Supper wan then celebrated. THE BAPTIST 8TATB MISSIONARY CONTENTION? ENGLISH THE LANGUAGE BOB FOBEIGN CON YRBTS. Sahatooa, N. Y., Oct. 28, 1878. The State Baptist Missionary Convention reassembled at half-(>ast nine A. M., President Bright, of New York, In the chair. Reports wero submitted by the Obituary, I Nominating, Communication and other committees. The following officers were elected tot the ensuing year:?President, Kdward Bright; Vice Presidents, George Dawson, of Albany, and G. W. Raw son, of It ?chesu-r; Recording Secretary, Samuel T. Hilmam of New York; Treasurer, William H. Perry, of New York; Directors, J. B. Hawthorn, of Now York; B. M. 8. Barnes, of Norwich; u. Van Alstine, of Hornellsvlllo; 8. G. Smith, of Port Richmond; 11. P. Lane, of Malone; F. it. PatUm gill, of GUifwrsville; A. P. Hastings, of New York; Hurt Van Horn, of Lock port; George Fisher, of New port. and H. E. Smith, of Fowlerville. Resolutions were adopted that in view of (he facts presented in the report the Bapti-t Church "f the -State i of New York, aggregating over loo.ooo members, should j contribute In the coming year $480,000 to meet the ex igencies of the missionary work of this Convention; that to meet this exigency the Executive Committee is requested, by and with the advice of the missionary committees of the association, to make apportionments of this sum to the Baptist churches of the .State, to each according to their several ability: that whenever it is practicable converts gathered from races not shaking English us their motnor tongue should be induced to unite with an English speaking church. Albion was chosen as the place lor the holding of the next Convention. A very able address on the pastor's duty in relat'on to the benevolence of the Church was delivered by Rev. Galusha Anderson, of Brooklyn. Rev. J. N. Mur doek, Secretary of the Baptist I'uion of Boston, also spoke on the same subject, and the points brought out were ordered to be engrafted In a resolution. AFTERNOON SESSION. The Convention reassembled at two P. M. Tho fol lowing resolution was adopted in regard to the duty of pastors:? He. lied. That It is tho duty of the pastors to expound faithfully the Word of God with regard to coDtrihntHg money for the advancement at the cause of Christ, and to teach that such giving is necessary aliko for this object and I< r the developmeut ui the character of the individual Chris tian. Professor Norman Fox, of New York, chairman of the Convention's Educational Committee, submitted his report, which was a very carefully prepared paper and abounding with statistics. Letters were read froip a member in regard to the same matter. Addresses on the same subject were also made by Lansing .). Pox, William N. Bagc, of Rochester; G. H. Burr, of Ulovers ville; Truman J. Backus, of Poughkeepsie; A. II. Strong, ot Rochester Theological Seminary; R. 8. McArthur, of New York, and J. ilendrick, of" liavana. A resolution was adopted heartily indorsing the Cen tennial educational movement, and letters wore read from clergymen urging the movement. The following, offered by the Rev. Mr. Kennard. of Now York, was unanimously adopted:? Whereas, By a law of this State, pamed May IS, 1H7S, a diploma of the Sisterhood of Grey N-jds Is made a certificate ol qualification. under certain conditions, to teach in the public schools of the 8taie; therefore he it Keoolved, Thst any such certificate of qualification for civil servuv by any ecclcua-iicaJ corporation, whether Papal or Protestant, is in violation of the fundamental orinclples established in our civil constitution and historically cber ished by the Baptists, and that therefore it is our duty, with our fellow t'hristiaus of oilier denominations, lik.- minded, to urge at once and earnestly the repeal of this portion of the law. Resolved, That such a law is in violation of tho spirit of our public school system and the estaM.ahed policy of the State which is intended to carefully guard our schools from interference by any ecclesiastical power. Resolved that u? Bapti-u who have from time immemorial protested against any sectarian interference in tlie affairs of the State we do now protest against any and all changes in the management, instruction and support of mir secular edu cation in ihe interest of any sect, whether Romanist or Prot estant. Rev. Dr. Potter, of New York, offered the following, which wus also unanimously adopted:? Resolved, That we express oar unshaken and growing at tachment to the American system of unscetarian common schools, and ty.it we cherish the hope that in every1 State in the Union any legislative appropriation to sectarian objects or societies will be forever forbidden by constitutional enact ment. Tho exercises closed with the entire audience rising and sing.rig, "Stand Up for Jesus." Benediction was pronounced by Rev. Dr. Catting, when tho Convention adjourned to meet at Albion at the usual time in 187Q. NEW YORK CITY. Ellen Bogart, aged sixty-eight years, had her right leg fractured yesterday by being run oyer by a wagon at Greenwich avenue and Tenth street. The body of the unknown woman found drowned yesterday in tho Narrows was identified last evening as that of Franciska Muss, of No. 305 East Fourth street. She has been missing since the 16th inst. BROOKLYN. Androw Natherson, a seaman on tho bark Orion, ly ing at Erie Basin, fell from tne masthead to the deck yesterday and was fatally injured. The Superintendent of the Brooklyn Police has issued a general order for the guidance and Instruction of the furee on the day of election. The Sheriff yesterday seized the new furniture at Police Headquarters. Court street, to satisfy a judg ment obtained by Robort McGivern for $23L John UolTinan, a German, and Ilenry Held, of 249 Johnson avenue, were gunning in Shoemaker's Woods, yesterday, when the hitter's fowling piece exploded and tin' charge entered Hodman's tuouth. The wound is serious. LONG ISLAND. Three barns and a cider mill, belonging to the Fur man estate, on the Wblteport road, bear the railroad bridge, town of Newtown, were destroyed by fire on Wednesday mqbt, together with their contents, includ ing three cows. The sixtieth anniversary and election of officers of the Long Island Bible Society will be held at East New York on Tuesday, the !>th of November. There will he meetings for business at three o'clock, and for ad dresses at seven o'clock P. M.. in the Reformed church. Some weeks ago an iron bridge in course of construc tion on the Southern Railroad over Grand street, at Maspeth. town of Newtown, was displaced by a whirl wind, and William King, of Maspetli. was killed. The Contractors, the King iron Bridge f 'ompany, have pre ?ented the w idow w ith $5u0, though they "were not to blame for the accident. Richard Johnson, a young colored man residing in Jamaica Tillage, always before quiet and inoffensive, was suddenly seised with insanity on Wednesday even ing. and, going Into the residence of Mr. Isaac Do Bevoise. at F.ast Jamaica, commenced to smash furni ture and crockery. Mr. Do Bevoise lired a pistol shot at him, but, fortunately, did not bit him. and he was iiiially seized, bound and lodged in a cell at tho Town HalL NEW JERSEY. The rava. es of diphtheria are still alarming in Jersey City and Sohokcn. The physldang report that seven ty (lvc per cent of the cases are fatal Committee have been appointed to collect subscrip tions throughout Hudson county in aid oI the Soldiers' Monument. It is proposed to raise a subscription of $luo each from 100 wealthy gentlemen as a beginning. William Connor, a teamster, had a very narrow escape from death yesterday morning on the Erie Railway He was driving over tho Henderson street crossing in Jersey City wasn lie struck by the locomotive of a passing train and hurled along tho track, but fell on one side so as to escape the wheels. The sjiocial committee of citizens appointed to ex amine certain bills approved by the Board of Educa tion in Jersey City, have completed their labors and wall report during the Investigation this evening, The scandalous recrimination that took place at the latest session of the committee has created a profound im pression through' ut the city. It Is expected tne schools will be closed next week for want of hinds. 8tnce the meeting between the Pennsylvania Railroad official.- and the municipal authorities of Jersey Clty> lb reference to the raising of the tracks over tho streets of that city, the Chief Engineer of the ctty and Engin eer Brown of the Pennsylvania Railroad have been ac tively engaged In consultation on a plan which would be acceptable to both parties. Colonel !<cott promised that if the city authorities conll make up their minds on Hie subject before a certain time the work would be pushed forward rapidly and completed by the 1st of May, )ust In timo to accommodate the great Centen nial traffic. The time allowed will expire to morrow, and no report has yet been made. If the matleff he i ot now settled the negotiations cannot bo of any effect until 1876. MANUFACTURING TRAMPS. Strty five old nnd disabled soldiers were yesterday d*-i barged from the Retreat on Ward's Island by Com missioner Hrennan. The largest part of these men are without relatives or homes, and arc now at large In the city. NEW YOUK FIREMEN'S ASSOCIATION. ri.e New York Firemen's AAociAtion held a mestir la"t > v"tiing at Uleecker Building. Ex Alderman Engei V ird presiding. About twelve new members were r< ?r,\-.t! **** Centennial nsrumlon u> Pbiladelphl 2L rll" ,"p" w1 "r,,,,r ",r ^ ??? westing. to be bei on Thursday. November it ' OLD BONES. REMAINS OF A MASTODON EXHUMED in OBANOE COUNTY. Mn I'lktowm, N. T., Oct. 28, 1875. The Bev. A. A. Uainee, of Hamburg, N. J., while digging upon Michael Henley's farm, near Circlovillo, Orange county, N. Y., exhumed yesterday a complete skeleton of a mastodon that would stand eleven feet high. The bones are too decomposed lor removal, ex cept the teeth and one thigh bone, the cap <>f which lb the size .If a man's skull. Mr. Haines hae secured the bones of another mastodon, exhumed near the same p'sae a few years ugo, on the huso! the Crawford Kaitroad. The skeleton is well preserved and coJIplots, except the head. FORGERY AND FLIGHT. Pboi imiij, R. I., Oct. 28, 1875. A young man. known as E. W. Bowen, a bible can vasging agent for James M. Filer, of Boston, yesterday forged, ns it is alleged, an indorsement of Messrs. Tib. t.its At Randall to a note for $587, sold the tiotp to a broker and decamped. Bowen hails from Philadelphia TILLAGE FIRE IN NEW JERSEY. Madison, Oct. 28, 1875 A fire, resulting from the explosion of a lamp, totally destroyed the line brick building occupied by Van Wag. ner & Co., druggists, and slightly injured Barman's store. The business portion of the village was endan gered, and telegrams were sent to Morristown and New ark for help. Tlio appeal promptly brought fire com panies from both places, but the Morrisiown company arrivi d liist, and, as they succeeded In quelling the flames, there was nothing for the Newark company to do but return, which they did. Groat excitement pro vailed throughout the village. FIRE IN MADISON. Morristown, N. J., Oct. 28, 1875. A fire at Madison this afternoon destroyed Van Wagner's drug store and 1'ostOfBce. The Fire Depart ment of Morristown aided in preventing the spread of the flames. Tne loss is fully covered by $10,000 tnaur an>e in New York and Newark companies. The fire was caused by a gasoline explosion. THE ITALIAN MURDERS IN DENVER. De.vvku, CoL, Oct. 28, 1875. Three of the participants In the murder of four Ital ians In this city recently have been arrested. One of them, an Italian, confesses that he played his harp while five others cut the throats of their victims. Three of the murderers, Galutti and Frank Rolldore, Italians, and a Mexican, are still at large; but it is thought they 1 will be overtaken in a few hours. Intense indignation ; is folt; but it is believed the culprits will be dealt ' with according to law. THE NEW CHICAGO CUSTOM HOUSE. Chicago, Oct. 28, 1875. Supervising Architect Potter is in this city, and has to-day been inspecting the Custom House, in company with other government officials. Edward Burling has been appointed architect of the building. FAILURE IN MAINE. Adodsta, Oct. 28, 1875. Messrs. Collar A Hamilton, of this city, manufactur ers of harness, and large dealers in saddlery goods, havo made an assignment. Their liabilities are $40,000. A TRAIN WRECKER ARRESTED. Skabrook. N. H., Oct 28, 1875. Henry Beekman, ringleader of a gang who attempted to wrock a train on the Eastern Railroad on Sunaay night, was arrested at Exeter to-day. TENNESSEE SPORTSMEN'S MEETING. Memphis, Oct 28,1875. There were no regular purses shot for to-day at the sportsmen's meeting, but a largo number of sweep stakes. To-morrow the Field Trial Stakes, for dogs, will be docidod near Gertnantown. A number of Bporlsincn from tho West started for home to-uay.* THE PROHIBITIONISTS PRONOUNCE. A lb amy, N. Y., Oct. 28, 1875. The prohibitionists of Albany county, in convention to-day, adopted the following:? Whereas the prohibition party of this State having | placed in nomination a Slate ticket in all ways worthy | o( the suffrages of all good mon; and whereas the plat- ! form of the said party is pure and embraces all the best j measures of both tho republican and democratic par- I ties, with the prohibition of the liquor trallic included; therefore be it Resolved, That we, the prohibittoniRts and other rep- 1 I resentatives of the above party und principles, of tho j 1 county of Albany, pledge our united and individual | support to the prohibition State ticket, headed by I George B. Do sen berry for Secretary of State. NEW YOKE YACHT CLUB. At a meeting of tho New York Yacht Club, held last night, the regulation limiting the number of the crows of second class sloops was repealed, and a res(<*tion was adopted permitting the carrying of light Bulls over working sails. A committee was appointed to consider the propriety of flung the amount of canvas to bo carried by the boats of various classes during races, and charging time against those the sails of which exceed the allowance. Tho communication of Gjjjeral UaWley, 1'residcnt at the Centennial Commis sioners, inviting the club t? purUcJputc iu the celebra tion at Philadelphia, was' referred to the (lag oincers of the club. Captain Alexandria FoWen Rhind, United Ptatog Navy, Superintendent of Lighthouses of the Eastern district, was elected to honorary membership of the club and tweuty names were added to the activo ? OBITUARY. : JOSEPH FREDEWF.ST. A despatch from Cincinnati says that Joseph Fredewest, for the past forty years connected with tho press of Europe and America, and latterly in the em ploy of the WaltrheiLa Freund, a Gorman Catholic paper of that city, died yesterday, aged lllty-eight years. BURGLARY IN BROOME STREET. A burglary was perpetrated some time 'during Wednesday night last on the premisesol L. P. Blnsse ft Co., importers and dealers in buttons at Nos. 425 and 427 Broome street, and stock to the value of about $4,000 carried away. The robbery was discovered at eight o'clock yesterday m.rning when the porter opened the store. Buttons and boxes were found scattered in prolusion on the floor. An incomplete set of burglars' tools, consisting ol a jimmy, two braces, a bit and strap, lying on the floor told tbe tale. An examination of the room revealed (he manner in which the thieves had effected a:i entrance. Panels of the duor on the Crosby street side of tho store had been forced in, enabling the burglars to push back the Iron bars securing the door. The firm has twieo before been victimized, the burglars in euch caso escaping. The police have no clew to the burglars. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. John Klingle, aged thirty-live years, attempted sui cide yesterday evening by taking prnssic acid. Family tronbles are supposed to have Induced him to the act. lie was taken to llellevuo Hospital. His condition is considered precarious. SHIPPING NEWS OCEAN STEAMERS DATES OF DEPARTITR1 PROM NEW TORE FOR THE MONTHS OF OCTOBNK AND NOV KM SEP. ; City ol Montreal.. ! Kheln i bnairi i Victoria t Dakota j Algeria pad. jN"*. 4 .Liverpool i'i',1 Broadway Plata of Penintyl'a. tt inland | Adriatic City of Merlin Bolivia Erin Oder Wisconsin Brythla Pommeranla. Maas Cltr of Richmond. Baltic England I Plyria I Amerique. Aeckar W renting Knurl a... Plate of Indiana. Pnevia Britannic JMoael Ethiopia Egypt.......... f'ity of Aew 5 urk Idaho Oellcrt t-orinanlc City ?f Chester.... Franc* ??*?* Ex | HuiU | Get. HO. Ort. 80 ? let. an. Oct. ao. (>ct 30. Oct, Mi (?? t Mi Nov. 2 S nr. a.l |N"V. 4 Nov. 4, Nov. 4 Nov. Nov. f, Nov. r Nov. ?i Nov. fl. Nov. ti Nov. Hi Nov. 1 1 Nov. 1 1 Nov. IB Nov. 1:1 Nov. i:t Nov. IB Nov. IB Nov. IB Nov 16 Nov. 17 Nov. IB N ov. la Nov. 2(1. Nov. 211 Nov. 2?i. Nov. 20. Nov. 2.B Nov. 2B Nov. 2 b Nov. 27. Nov. 27. Nov. 27 Nw. 30.1 Offlr*. I i avra .... Liverpool. Liver] axil. Bremen... Liverpool. ? rla.guw .. Liverpool. fS) Broadway 66 Broadway lb Broadway 15 Broadway 2 Bowling Green da Broadway 7 Bowling Green 29 Broadway ?1 Bowling Grean Glance Hamburg Liverpool.. Liverpool Olfkgnw,.. Liverpool, firemen.... Liverpool. Liverpool, Hani burg Rotterdam Liverpool. Liverpool.. Liverpool. Glasgow.. Havre Bremen ? e Broadway HI Broadway 19 Broadway 16 Broaowajr 7 Bowling Green 69 Broadwav ?2 Bownng Ureon 29 Broadway 4 Bowling Green 61 Broadway .'Vj Broadway 15 Broadway 19 Hroaowae <19 Broanway 7 Bowling Green 56 Broadway 2 Bowling Green Liverpool.. |21) Broadway Liverpool. Glasgow Hamnnrg. Liverpool Bremen .. Glasgow.. Liverpool. Liverpool Liverpool. Hamburg. Liverpool. Liverpool 4 Bowling Green 72 Broadway 61 Broadway 19 Broadway '2 Bowling Ureen i Bowling Green B9 Broadway U> Bread w?, 21) Broadway 61 Broadway 19 Broadway lb Broadway 66 Broadway 28 iiruadnvaf ?9? NOTICH TO CAPTAfMS OF VT?S8KI?B BNTBRINO THE POUT OF NEW YOKE AT NIGHT.?The N?w You lliuui hu adopted ? distinguishing Coaton night'signal for use on board the Hkkald steam yacht, showing while barn log the colors red, green, red, changing from one to the other in succession, and can he seen several miles distant Oap taius of vessels, upon seeing this signal, will oblige as by pre paring any marine news they may have for the bhip News Department of the litSAta jty?Psrsoas desirous of communicating with vessels arriv ing at New York can do so by addressing to such vessels, care of IIkoald news yacht, pier No I East Kiver, New York. Letters received from all parts vl }ho world and promptly de livered. Duplicates are required. ALMANAC FOR NEW YORK?THIS DAY. grit AND MOOS, j HIGH WAT1R. Sun risen 6 26 | Gov. Island.... ..eve 8 20 Nun seta 6 00 j Sandy Hook eve 7 55 Moon tote ove ? ? | 11 oil Gate eve 10 05 TORT OF NEW YORK, OCT. 28, 1875. CLEARED. IS SwIueVund ' S3.T J-ac^o'^twe^-uTo W C0J,Earner Frisia (Oar). Steamer City of Vera Cruz, Deakeu, Havana-r aicas ''Steamer Montgomery, Falrcloth. Fornandlna via Fort ^Steamer tiou'uarnea, Cheeseman, Savannah W R Garri "'steamer Old Dominion. Walker Merfolk. City Point and RUshmond?Old Dominion Steamship Co. Me? ner A C Winters. Warren, l-hil.u elph a-Jaa Hand. Steamer Chesapeake, Bragg. Portland^ 1 A ic . Steamer Nereua. Berry. Boston?11 * Dlmoek. tVhllnev Hark Lillian M Vigus (Br), Vigna, Liverpool?J F ? lntney * Bark Natvig (Nor), SunWad, Newcastle, E-C Tobias A C Bark Cecilia (Itul), Car ace. Dublin?John C Bark Aardeuhurg (Dutch), BolIT, Rotterdam-Punch, Edye * Bark llcbe (Ocr), Freytng. Dftntzle-Fnnch, Edye A Co. Bark Lindesnaos (Nor), Tonmesen, Havre?C Tobias* Bark Emllie (Oer), Diecke, Havre?Chan Lnling A Co. liark Armonia (Aus). Stangher. Odeiwa^sloeovich^A^Co.^ Bark Cosco, Penny, St Pierre, Marl?liowlaud A As; in ltriir Dirigo Coffin, Marseilles?Jus llenry. , Brig Curocoa (Br), Faulkner, Williamitadt?J Foulke ? ^Brig Thos Turull, Thompson, Port Spain?L W A P Artn ''lirig Brunette (Br), Winner, St Johns, NF?Hewlett ATor ' "trig John Welsh, Jr, V&nselow, Philadelphia?Evans, Bull A Schr Jesse Carll, Cnderhlll. Pare?Bnrdett A Pond Schr l'eter Mitchell (Br), Benton, Jereinie (liayti)?B J WMirf'x Stewart, Llbby, St Johns (Antigna) Dwlgbt A 1 Schr Monsita (Br), Lent, St John, NB?Pomares A Cusb ID(Schr II S Williams, Wilson, Jacksonville?Wwren Ray. Schr B I Hazard, Bowland, Georgetown, SO? Beutlcy, ^ Schr'j?eUTo"putter, Howard, Washington, KC-W K Uln "tohl Yankee Doodle. Rose. Norfolk-Sl.ght A Petty Schr P T Willetts, Wllletts, Washington, DC?Slaght A 1 'si'hr Maria Plerson, Grant, Washington, DO?Slaght A 1 b'cfir Carrie, Johnson. Philadelphia?Slarijt A Pottv Schr Witch Hazel, Springer, Gardiner, Me?V an Brunt * ' Schr Ida Palmer, Palmer, Stamford?Stamforo Mannfac taring Co. ___ arrivals. REPORTED BT TItR HERALD STEAM TACIIT9 AND 1IBRALD WJI1TKHTUSK TELEGRAPH LINE. Steamer Algeria (Br), Macmlckan, Liverpool, Oct 18, via Gueeustown 17th, with tudse and passengers to C G i'rauck Iy.stcainer Canada (Br), Snmner, London Oct 13, with mdae and passengers to F W J Hurst. Steamer Regulator, Howe, W ilmington, NC, 7- hours, with mdse to R Lowden. Steamer Old Dominion, Walker, Richmond. City Point and Norfolk, with indse buq passengers, to the Old Dominion Steamer Richmond, Kelley, Norfolk, with mdse to the Old Dominion Steamshio Co. Bark Olbcrs Oer), Albert, Iqulque, July 26, with ultra or Boda to order; vessel to Chas Lnling A Go. Passed Cape Horn Aug 27, and crossed the Equator Sept 22, in .15 .10; had strong NW gales off the Capo for 7 days; thence light southerly winds and dalma. Bark Sunny Region (of St John. NB), Kenny, Hamburg Sept 14. in ballast to Jas W Elwcll A Co. Is anchored at Sandy Hook for orders. . . ? . Bark Nordpol (Ger), Falcks, Bordeaux 57 days, in ballast to Dill A Badmann. Bark J M Chadwick (of Portland), Doull. Matanzas 15 davs, witb sugar to Youngs, Smith A Co. Oct 18, IS miles SE of J upiter light, passed the wreck of ship Wostorn Em pire, before reported. , ?, Brig Monarca del Mare (Itnl). Oargnilo, Constantinople 79 davs, with inilse to order; vessel to Slocovich A Co. Passed UBriglFron<t?erfBlal?dell. Philadelphia 4 day*, with coal to master. Is bound to Portland, but out into this port to re hair damages, having 27th Inst, 8:30 PM, off Little Egg tlarbor been rnu into by an unknown schooner, carrying away all the headgear, staving in forward bow, raising dock forward, and doing other damage; did not ascertain the damages to the schooner, Schr Franklin, Mlfier, Santa Anna 30 days, via Kay West 18 days, with mahogany to Tliebaud Bros; vessel to nipper A Beattie. Arrived at Frontera Aug 25; waitedseveral days outside for orders; ordered inside for part cargo; ordered for balance to Santa Anna, where arrived next day. Heavy sea rimiiiiuc on uhoro; waited ?six days for brook ore to subiiae enough to get a raft off. After loading rait a "norther" set in, raising a tremendous sea and making Santa Anna a lee shore. Vessel roUed and pitched terribly, in imminent danger of goinfc ashore or sinking at her anchors; started hawse pipe, sprung foremast and started lower rigging. Alter norther moderated landed in a fearful sea, and protested against laying la tills dangerous place, after sustaining such damages, in company with Capt H liortenson. bark Orioff: Cap! M Thorsen, bark Arendal, and the mate of ibe French bark Calcutta. Whose captain and two men had been drowned in an ai tempt to land from the vessel; rest of boat's crew saved by raft boats. It being sure destruction to the vessel to lay on this lee shore through another norther, the prevailing wind alter 1st Sept, nroceeded to an American port for temporary repair* schr i'ilot's Bride, Kldridge, St Kitls '2H days, with ?alt to S W Lewis A Co. Had strong gales from various points almost the whole passage; Oct 7. lat '26 34. ion 70 27, expe rienced a violent hurricane from NW to tiEj lost jib and split other sails Schr M W Drew (of Belfast), French. Jacksonville 11 days, with lumber to R Fairchilds A Co; vessel to U W Loud Sclir Sunny Booth, Derrickson, Wilmington, NC, 3 days, with naval stores to Win P Clyde A Co. Was towed on by steamer Regulator. Sclir Ann Dole, Bnnce, Richmond for l'rovidonco. Schr K C Knight. Huntley, Virginia. Schr S T Bobbins, Brown. Virginia. Schr 8 A Burr Arnold, Virginia. Schr Ella Bodine, Soper, Virginia. Schr Mary A Tyler, Peterson, Virginia. Schr Nellie H Benedict, Thompson, Virginia. Schr Rebecca Knight, Leek, Virginia. Schr II T Wood, Curies, Virginia. Schr J 11 Rapp. Cale. Virginia. f*:lir Jennie Hail, Osborn, Virginia. Sloop Mary Denton, Robinson, Virginia.^? PASSED. THROUGH HELL >GATEL BOUND SOUTH*' ' Steamer City of New Bedford, Pish, New Bedford for New * Steamer Galatea, Waliren Providence for New York. Steamer 0 11 Northkm. Now liaveb for New York, disa bled. in tew of stcaintwgfs J Rirkbeck an<l Beth Low. Bark Teekalet (no, 715 tons), Trace;, Millbrldgo for New York. Brig Tooker (Rr), Bridgeport for Nsw York, 8< hr Rhode ',slaiid. Haw Icy, Bag Harbor for New York. Schr 8 i. Tuotnoson, Hull, Providence for New York. BohrCefrrle S Hart. New Haven for Philadelphia. Bohr Rebecca M Smith, Smith, New Haven for Baltimore. bctir John G Page, Page, Fall River for New York. Schr Roeioa. Allen, Boston for New York. Schr Allie II Belden, Boston for New York. Schr Success. Pierson, Providence lor New York. Schr Paragon, Chute, Boston for New York. Schr Plougtiboy, Boston for New Yorg. Schr Sallie Burton. Burley, Stamford for Now York. BOUND EAST. Steamer Chesapeake, Mangam, New York for Portland. Steamer Glaucua. Bearso, New York for Boston. Brig Lady Mary (Br), Hex, New York for St Johns, NF. Brig Win Dobsou (Br), Buck, New York for Dorchester, * Schr Velocipede, Rogers, New Yorg for New London. Schr llattie Lou, Ward, New York for Hartford. Schr Caledoula (Br) Layton, New York for Halifax Kchr Sarah Jane Guraey, Gnrney, lloboken for I'rovi d<Sthr Samu el Hart, Holbrook, Hoboken for Boston. Sciir Wm M Voorhis, Goldsmith, llaverstraw for Provi donee. _ * Schr Roanoke, Hoboken for Taunton. ScbrJ K Pratt, Raynor, Port Jonnson for Providence. Schr Kate A Vlary, Ooggswell, Hoboken for PawtuckeL Schr Oliver Scolield, Dissosway, iialtiiuore for New llo T?schr Bcla Peck, Avery, Tort Johnson for New London. Schr R H Daly, Crocker, Elizabethport for New Loudon. Schr Charles 12 Raymond. Raymond, New York for Bos ' schr Blast, Taylor. Taunton for New Haven. SAILED. Steamera FrUla (Her), for Hamburg; 8wits?i1and (Belxf), Antwerp; Holland (Br), London; I :Uy of Vera Crua, lla a; Montgomery, Kcrnandina, Ac ; Hon Barnei. " van*; Montgomery. Kcrnandina, Ac ; Hon Barnes. Savaiumh; Old Dominion, Richmond, Ac; Alhcmarle, Lewes, Del; barks Liillah Kookii iltri, Havre; Dlpton (Mr;, London; Hertuletto Havona (Ital), dork or Kulmniitb; Luigi (Ana), do or do; Giuseppe Abundo (liali, Trieate; Carrie L Tyler, Genoa; brig* Sara (Dutch;, Corfu; Tlnnnua Turull, Purto Kico. Wind at sunset, HW. Haromctcr at aunaet, 30.1.1. MARITIME MISCELLANY. tttf-Soe arrival* at thia port. Htkankr Dorp Ct.ir* (Br), tTrquhart. which aalled from Boston Oct 1H for Liverpool, takea the place of the wrecked atcainer Abbotaford, on the American line between Liver pool and Philadelphia. Stkamkh C II Nortiiab, from New Haven, arrived at New York yeaterday, diaabied, in tow of tug* J Mirckbeck and Beth Low. Blur La Ui.oiuk (Br), from Philadelphia for Rremcn, which not Into llalifaa in dialreaa, haa tuilabed repaira and cleared 27th Inst to reautne her voyage. Whaling Bar* Kiiward Kvkrktt. of New Bedford (before reported), waa I oat in a gale of wind when five daya out Irom New Kedlord. The captain and crew wuro ail taken off by a Dutch brig and landed at Bermuda. linn. I AHi.F* (Nor), Bummelhoff. from New York Oct 8 for Diitiliu, waa apoken, no date, lat 30 34, Ion 7d 10 (by hriir Jamca Landela, at Savannah Oct 21), with Jlbhoom, bowsprit and head carried away. She wanted no aaidatauce ; Intended to make repair* aud proceed on her voyage, liRtd Bittkrn (of PHI), frotn f.'liarlottotown for Bermuda, With oata, haa i.aei, wracked at Be.ir laianu, near Canao. Hctin Enna Bacon (of Bamatehle) waa paaacd olT Egg Hart.or Light on Thursday, with maata gone, having been run into during Wednesday night. Bciir Cnrmn (of Trenton, N.I), for Providence with coal, foundered 27th inat lour mile* oa-l of Saybrook (Ct) liar. | The crew landed at New Loudon next inurniug in a auiall , boat. HcnR Carrt* Wai.h r from Hath for Philadelphia, put into Portland, Me, 2?th in?t with loregal! brokeu and fore ?ail antl foregalTtopaaki lorn. Hciir Charms* E Hilton, Emory, with a cargo of aalt for Providence, frotn Bonaire, put Into Newport 2Hth .having, when off Moiitauk Point, during the heavy gale of 2t)lli lust, lost fore aud spanker g?IT? and anrung maluboom. Bchr Joshua Orindlii. from St Marc, <? below Philadel DblU with Inaa at Itbboona and luretupiuaat. Prim Wn.ua from Portland for New York, went ashore on Cushlug's lslaml night of Oct 26: loat rudder and hod bot tom ba>lly etuve. She trot off and was towed back to Port land full of weter. She will probably discharge her cargo of lumber for repair!. Sciin H E DouaiAJS (Hid, Bethel. from Nasaan, NP. Oct 5 for Portress Monroe, returned to port on the '-.Id, with loss or jtbhooui and aaila. aud leaking badly, having experienced a aueceaaion of galea ou the coast. Bruit C P Yorwo, loadetl with coal, from Philadelphia f?r Portland, Me. went ashore on tlreat Exit Harbor bar, N J, on Wednesday night. She will probably get off. Menu from Na vasts for Baltimore (hofbre re ported!, experienced ftTufable wither until the 20th Inat, when a strong gale -prtinr iip from the uortbeaat. In this gale the aclur Inat her fiwetopmast and aome of Mr aalla, and on the next day sprung a leak In lat 27 20, Ion 76 22. The leak Increased fo rapidly that by live o'clock in the afternoon, 12 hours after It was discovered, tha veaael became waterlogged, notwithstanding the fact that a part at the oargo had been previously thrywn overboard. About this time the Russian hark Kuhtln?, f'apt Neckmdl, from Cap# de Verde for Bull Elver, was signalled and Capt I rosby finding that hit vessel was rapidly sinking aban doned her, and with his crew boarded the Kuhtine. which vessel touched off Charleston bar 25th, and placed the crow or the Brigge on pilot boat No. 2. The Kuos Briggs had a cargo of guano valued at $1,500, which was lusured hy the owners the Navaasa Phosphate Company, of Baltimore. The schooner waa valued at about $>,000, vu owned in Lewes, Dei, by Dodd Bros, and Is thongbt to be insured. Bostow; Oct 2H?A Newport (RI), special aays the steamer David Vt llson urmod there tliia morning from Block Island. The captain reoorts that yesterday, while on the piaxr.a of the hotel on Block Island, the gnosis, with glasses, saw, eastward of tho Island, a Urge two-masted schooner hi distress. Boon after both masts were seen to go overboard and the vessel rapidly nettled out of sight. It was blowing a hurricane at the tune, aud they supposed all hands were lost, notwithstanding a steamer and a schooner were about two miles from where she went down. BridoefOkt, Oct 27?The schr Annie M Bird, bound from this city for Eliiabethport, was run Into yosterday by an un known vessel. Damage not reported. Halifax, NS, Oct 27?The sclir Sylvan. Cspt Marfell. of Sydney, was totally wrecked at Magdalen Island. All hands except the captain were drowned. New Orleans, Oct 26?The ship Northampton, which ar rived here to-day from Havre, reports that on Oct 13, In lat 25 fiO, Ion 6ft 10, she passed a vessel, bottom up. apparently nbuut 'J*> tons. The bottom was puiuted black She had not been long In that condition. At South I'otnt, hearing west-northwest 200 miles, she passed a bout. with the name "Daphne of Thomas ton," on the stern. Brig Daphne (of Thomaston), Cone land. arrived at Havana Sept 23, from Pascngoula, and is among the list of vessels In that port Oct 23, according to the llavnna Shipping 1,1st. The boat was probably carried away on the passage from Pascagoula. The vessel, bottom up, does not answer the description of the Daphne, the latter be ing 425 tons register. Rockland, Me. Oct 27?The schr Sea I.ark went ashore during a tempest last night on Old Cilley Ledges, She is a total wreck. The crew was saved. The gale was very severe here last night. Tbn schrfl W Baldwin dragged her anchor and went ashore at Norlhend, but was got "ff to-day without much damage. The brig M 0 Haskell, In coming in during the gale, came In collision with the yacht Bouita, and curried uway her bowsprit. Bavaisnait, Oct 2fi?The steamer Leo, which vtrnck on the wrecks near the Oyster Bed Beacon on the 26th lust, and re turned here lor slight necessary repairs, will leave again to morrow morning for New York. Missino Vessel#?Brig J W Spencer, which sailed from Navassa for Charleston Sept 11. and the Baltimore schr Se rena, Jones, which sailed about the same time for Wilming ton, NC, both with phosphate, have not been since heard id, and fears are entertained that they were lost In the hurri cane ot last month. Brig Win McKeen (Br), Forest, which soiled from Balti 'more Aug 14 for Berblce, with an assorted cargo of provi sions, Ac, has not been beard of, and fears are entertained that slie has been lost. Information from Demermra to the 7th of October states that she had not arrived at that date, although ft4 days had then elapsed since she left Baltimore. The September hurricanes In the West Indies have been more severe than lor 9 years. The voyage to Domerara Is usually made In 25 days. HiiirRiui.niMO?Mr fliles Loring, of Yarmouth. Is to get out the frame of a West lndiaimtn of about 400 tons this winter, to he commanded by Charles Staples, of the brig George Burnham, and owned hy parties In Portland and Philadelphia. Launched?At Harrington, Oct 10. from the yard of Hems dell, Rumball A Coffin, a schooner named Pujuro, 286 tons o m, to be commanded by Capt Franklin Sanborn, of Manillas port. She is built of hardwood and hacmatac from Nova Scot! a. and Is owned by 11 R A C, by the captain and others; is ready for sea, waiting charter. WHALEMEN. Cleared at New Bedford Oct 27, bark Platlna, Howland, Indian Ocean (and sailed 28th). In Arctic Ocean Sept 19, barks Triton, neppingstone. of NB, with 10 whales and ftoO bbls walrus oil; Java 2d, Fish er, do, with 5 whales and 4O0bbls walrus oil. A letter from Capt (llfford. of bark Oak. of New York, re ports her In l'auaiua Bay Oct 13, with 750 bbls lipbk oil this season. Spoken?Oct 1, going into Cumberland Inlet, bark Nile, Spicer, NL, with 260 bbls wh oil. SPOKEN. Brig Laura Cacoce (Ital), from Port Vendres for New York, no lat, Ac (by burk Rosalia, arrived hero yesterday from Ali cante). NOTICE TO MERCHANTS AND CAPTAINS Merchant!, shipping agents and shipmasters are Informed that by telegraphing to the Herald London Buroau, ad dressing "Bennett, No 46 Fleet street, London," or to the Paris office, addressing "Bennett, 61 Avenue de l'Opora, Paris," the arrivals at and departures from European and Eastern ports of American and all foreign vessels trading with the United States, the same will be cabled to this coun try free of charge. Captains arriving at and salting from French and Medi terranean ports will And the Paris office the more economical and expeditious for telegraphing news. OUR CABLE SHIPPING NEWS. Bristol, Oct 28?Arrived, steamer Somerset (Br), Western New York. Railed 27th, ship Dnnrobln (Br), Harris, United States. Bsri, Oct 22?Arrlvod, brig Juliet C Clark, Shaw, Phila. delpbia. Bremen, Oct 26?Arrived, ship Maryland (Oer), Ide, Balti more; 27th, bark Augusts (Oer). Van Marten, New York. Ckttk, Oct 18?Arrived, bark Domenico Lanata (Ital), Ro sasco, New Orleans. Dundee, Oct 27?Sailed, brig Frederick Thomson (Br) Duncan. North America. Glasgow, Oct 27?Sailed, bark Karnak (Br), Cook, North America GrnoA, Oct 22?Arrived, bark Rosina Bruno (Ital), Patur so, New York; Pearl, Kydcr, do. Hamuuro. Oct 27?Sailed, ship Mary Durkoe (Br), Will iamson, New Orleans. IIKLVom. Oct 27?Sailed, bark Cancssa Madre (Ital), for Baltimore. Havrk, Oct 27?Arrived, steamer France (Fr), Trudeile, New York. Liverpool, Oct 28?Arrived, steamer Egypt (Br), Grogan New York; schr J N Gamewell, Berry, Rosario. Sailed 27th. bark Dover, Hand, United States. London, Oct 28?Arrived, bark Lord Macaulay (Br), Monk man, San Francisco. Cleared27th, bark Ornen (for), Ilatig, North America. Londonderry, Oct 27?Sailed, bark 'Guiaeppe Emanuel (Ital), Denigrl. United States. Moville, Oct 28?Arrived, steamer Hibernian (Br), Ar ohcr, Baltimore via Halifax for Liverpool. Malaga, Oct 27?8alled, steamer Nuphar (Br), Wallace, New York; 28th, bark Busy, Heard, Phliadelphl ? Newport, Oct 27?Sailed, brig Belle Walters (Br), Kyffin, North America. Naples, Oct 18?Arrived, brig Armlda Petrcluizi (Ital), Petrelnsst, New York. Kio Janeiro, Oct 25?Arrived previously, bark May Queen, Springstein, Baltimore. Southampton, Oct 28?Railed, steamer Salier (Ger), Francke (from Bremen), New York, after a detention of 30 hours. In the Channel 2G?h. harks Frldllef (Nor), Morthensen, from New York for Havre; Antoinette (Oer), Eoeenau, Croat Baltimore for Bremen. Sw tifNKi, Oct 27?Railed, bark Harvest Uoino (Br), Ger man, North America. FOREIGN PORTS, Curacoa, Oct 7?In port, brig Thetis. Spalckliaven, from New York, arrived Sept 26, to sail about the 15th on lier re turn. Bermuda, Oct 18?Arrived, brig New Era (Br), McPhee, I Cardiff. Havana, Oct 27?Sailed, steamer Margaret Baker, Now Orleans. Arrived 28th, steamer Crescent City, Curtis, New York. Halipax, Oct 37?Cleared, ship La Gtolre (Br), Blnirdon (rr.im Philadelphia), Bremen (having repaired) ; brig Wood land (Br), Jamaica. Malaga, Oct 2?Cleared (not sailed Oct 1), iclir John C Smith, Jones, New York. _ Miragoank, Oct 11?In port, brig Ooldflnder (Br), Iladler, for Boston in about 10 days. Nassau, Nl\ Oct 23?Put back, sehr H E Douglass (Br), Bethel, for Fortress Monroe (see Miscellany). Port au 1'uincr, Oct 23?Sailed, brig Torrid Zone (Br), Cooper, New York. _ Going in 23d, a schooner, supposed the J P Wyman, Tur ner. from Bangor. ? . Port pe I'aix, Oct 25?Sailed, schr Mary A Wltham, Aus tln. New York. _ . Quebec, Oct 26?Cleared, ship Chas Chaloner (Br). Rus sell Fleetwood; bark Cycla (Br), Turnbull, West llartle '"st Marc. Oct 14?Sailed, brig B Ingtnac. Wllley, Philadel phia; schr Joshua Grindle, Freethy, do; |Oth, brigs Oliver (Itr), Weeks. New York; Oulsborougn (Br), Hansen, do; 23d Oliver Cutis (Br), Jones, do. St Johns, NF, Oct 27?Arrived, steamer Caspian (Br), Troelis, Liverpool for Baltimore. ... , _ Sydney, CB, Oct 27?Sailed, schr Louisa A Orr, Orr, New Cleared 27th. bsrks (fenrge IlVnry (Br), Gardner, New York; Chas Cos (Br), Goody. Savannah. St John, NB, Oct 28-Arrived, solir Edward Burton (Br), Miller, New York. Also arrived 28th, bark Jane Wright (Br), Kerr, Sydney, Cleared 28th, brig Gambia, Tucker, Havana. Sailed 2Hth (not 2Hth), ship Lucy A Nlckela, Liverpool, Also sailed 28th, barks John Lowery (Br), Liverpool; Kate Agues (Br), Forgueou, Sharpness; brig J Smith (Br), War renpolnt. AMERICAN PORTS. ALEXANDRIA, Oct 27?Arrived, ie.hr J R Ilalladay, New York for Gesrgetown (stopped at the shipyard for slight re pairs) ; Henry Finch, New York lor Washington; J C Graff, Caroline Kensie, W H Rand, T Hinuicksori, Alice Bnrda, R C Carlisle, M K Stockham, J F Baker, Sarah Cutleu, Kaehael Vanaman. and Otara, ? lor Washington. Sailed?Schrs A Fisk, Boston; L B Copperwaith, Provi dence; H A Hurnhem, Georgetown; Joshua H Bragdon (from Georgetown) ; Ann S Cannon, Georgetown. BOSTON, Oct 28? Arrived, steamers Centipede, Miller, Philadelphia; Allentown, Tattle, do; Geo Apt-old, Lo.ve land, Baltimore; schr Melissa A Wilier, Wllley, do. Also arriveil, steamer Panthsr, Mills, I'liilailrlphla. Ueturued?Schr Caleb Eaton, or llayti, with loss of Jib boom. Cleared?Si-hrs Frank Lncas, Hulse, Kingston, Ja; Nellie C. Paine, Georgetown, DC; Chas A Jones, Jones, Portland, to load for Cuba. Sailed?Ship N Boynton; brig Mary Bartlotl. BALTIMORE, Oct 28 -Arrived, slifp IJelene (Oer), Uas hagen, Antwerp via New York. Also arrived?John W Garrett. Ulx. New York; Martha Ptevens. Chance, do: ichri E II Dramm ind, nig^lnl, Rio; J L Brym, Lee, New Tork. Below?Bark Ocean (Nor), Berg, from Liverpool *!?? Hampton Roads. Cleared?Steamers Rebecca Clrda, Dnnnell, Charleston; Saragossa, Hooper, Savannah; frm Crane, Ilowei, Boston; Kirk Johann Litdwig (Cleri, ll<p|jes, Bremen; achrs C O ane. Lsn#- Buxton; Addle G Bryant* btabbs, New York; Ciias Moore, Hudson, do. Also cleared, steamers John W Garrett, 111*. New York; Martha Kteyfus, Chance, do. ... Kalle\l?Steamer Npva Brotlan, Liverpool; bark Johanna T.ndwig, Rtemen; brfg Jouulo Morton, Demurer*; schr Charles K Morrison, Havre". ^ BRUNSWICK, Un, Oct 17?Arrived, brig Laura Oertnids, Kl?k, New York. 2Sth?Cleared, iteamer TTuntsrille Chester. Now York. BANGOR, Oct 27?Cleared, sokre Iietta. Hlnks, Havana; Currlo E Woodbury, Washington, DC; BenJ B Chnrcb, Kel Iv. Mobile via Winterport; Abbie E WUlard, Trim, PUUa ibA^-Sohn TTattleCard. for Now York; Chattanooga, Boston; J M Morales, Port au Prince. BATH, Oct 26?Arrived, aclira J J ispencer, Haskell, Oar diner, to load for Philadelphia or Washington; Bessie 9 Dickinson, Dickinson, Dresden, to load for Charleston or SlBKVERLY, ?''t 2.">?Arrive.1 schr Island City, Allen. New York land tailed 28th to return). .... 21 oli?Sailed, sclir A C Buckley, Yonng Philadelphia. IlMst<)L Oct 20?Sailed, achr Aiuoi Falkeuburg, Rack 4 *27th?Arrived, ,chr Harmonfa, Rider, Philadelphia. ClIAKLrSTON. Oct 25?Cleared, schr Harris Kirk, Cava lier, New York via J acksonyille. n 27th?Arrived, steamers Mcrcedita, Foster, Boston, E (na tor, Hinckley, Philadelphia* . _ . , T i? Cleared- Ship Richard HI, Ilubbard, Havre; brl* LIzziw L Merrill, Mlnott, London. ? ? Sailed?Steamer Seagull, Childs, Ealtlmoro; schr C W Lewis, Ilupper, do. 2Hth?Sailed, steamer Charleston, Berry New tork. DIOHTON, Oct 26?Arrived, sclir Belle llulliday, Walkef, Georgetown, DC. Sailed?Schr Hnnter, Oroen. New York. , EDOAKTOWN, Oct 26?Arrived, schrs Anna Belle, Crlf fln. Brunswick. On, for St John, NH; Lizzie Cochran, Hop kins, New York or Bangor; Now Zea-auil, Greenlaw, do for Boston. FKKNANDINa, Oct 26?Arrived, brig Manuela (Sp), Porto Rteo, to load for United Kingdom. FORTRESS MONROE, Oct 27?Passed in for Baltimore, brigs Romance, from Jamaica, and Elvira, from West In dies. Passed ont?Harks Adelaide, for Rio Janeiro; Continental,' for Havre; Brothers, for Bordeaux; F G Blgolow, Unto, Mlndet, Alpha, and Dlvioo, Cor Cork. UK steamer Ossitiee passed out to-day for Key West PALL RIVER, Oct 26?Sailed, schrs Ida B Latham, Pot ter, Philadelphia; Fred Merwin. Bunce, Now York. GALVESTON. Oct 27?Arrived, steamer Ariel (Br), Vera Crnr.; ship Caledonia, Potter, Bath, Sailed?Steamer City of Houston, New York; bark Ed mond Richardson (Br), Hrudie, Liverpool. GLOUCESTER, Oct 25?Arrived, schr Eliza Ann, Mayo, Philadelphia for Haverhill. MOBILE, Oct 2S?Arrived, brig Florida (Swo), Anderson, Rio Janeiro. Cleared?Ship City of Brooklyn, Herriman, Liverpool; sclir lna A Jayne, Mills, New York, MACHlAs ,Oct 111?Arrived, schr Lizzie Brewster, Smith, New York, Sailed 18th, schrs %tve Bisters, Wallace, West Indies; 26th. Eliza J Staples, Strout, and Mautia Loa, Sanborn, New York. MILLURIDOE, Oct 23?Sailed, schr Eliza J Staples, Strout, New Y'ork. NEW ORLEANS, Oct 23-Cleared, schrs George Scaly, Blohm, Havana; Belinda, Correal, Apolochicola. Cleared?Steamer Braxhear, New York. . 28tli?Arrived, ship Northampton, Trask, TTavTe: bar*; Comieitse Duchatol (Fr), Dunont, Bordeaux; schrJeunin Wood, Plzatti, L'tilla. Cleared?Shins Kato Davenport. Totter, Grimsby, E; Screamer, Austin, Havre, Soutuwkst Pahs, Oct 28?Arrived, ships Emma (Fr), Vernon, from Havre; China,' Fcrnald, Liverpool; hark Lino (Aus), BuRsanich, Bordeaux. Sailed?Steamer Brashear; harks Seventh Novembre (Sp), Borcelona: lielne des Angus (Fr), Havre. NKWBCRYPORT, Oct 27?Sailed, schrs Minnesota, Coombs, New York ; Clara K Rogers, Rogers, do.1 NEW BEDFORD, Oct 27?Arrived, schr Thomas Potter, Handy, Amboy. 28th?Arrived, schrs Watchman, Port Johnson; Time, Newport; Eliza Williams. Iloboken ; John J Worthington, do; Cherub, do; Brandy wine. Fairview, NJ. NEWPORT. Oct 20, PM?Arrived. schrs Chits Loverlng, Luther, Somerset lor New York; S Washburn, Hathaway, Taunton for do. Also arrived, schrs II B Dlverty, Nickerson, Philadelphia lor Kennebnuk; A Peters, Cook, New York for Boston ; Mar tha Weeks, Somes Konduut for do; Anna K Mnreh, Wood ward. Port Johnson lor Medford; ffm B Karwcll, Hand, Rondont lor Rockland; Clara E Simpson, lialpey, Balti more for Portsmouth (and all sailed 27th). Also arrived schrs Keystone, Wilder. New Bedford for New York; White Swan, Wilder, do for Philadelphia. Sailed?Schr Sinaloa, Robinson, New York for Fall River. 27tn?Arrived, schrs Geo A Potter, Kelly, Gloucester for New York; Cabot, Chose, and John Price, Nickerson, Bos ton for do; Wnterlitie, kellr, do for Philadelphia; Wnt i'ct,u, Hurt, and Challenge, Norwood, Providence for New " irk. York 26th?Arrived, schr Chas E Gibson, Emery, Bonaire fot Providence (see Miscellany). NORWICH, Oct 27?Soiled, schrs M E Graham, Corne lius, Twilight, Fanny Fern, and Daniol Webster, for New -"A F.W LONDON, Oc? 27?Arrived, schrs EUsha Smith, anil John Cadwalmler, Newport for New York: (Insist, Ilo boken for Nantucket; J as English, do for Providence; Silas Wright. Iloboken; Fannie Werffer, Newhurg for Boston. NEW HAVEN. Got 27?Arrived, schr J B Carrington, Parker, Baltimore. PORT BLAKELY, Oct 20?Arrived, ship Hermon (CA), Parks. Callao. PHILADELPHIA, Oct 27?PM?Arrived, schrs J P Kcl sey, Kteelman, New York; Anna Bell Ilyer, Belts, Fail Utver; Geo Walker, Colo; II M Crowed, Crowoll, and H 8 Brooks, Smith, Boston. 28th?Arrived, steamer C Blddle, Pierce, New York;barks Alberto (Dal). Coidi, Uirgenti; Orion (Nor), Tonncsen, ol; schr Liverpool; schrs Florence No well, Fennemore, Warren; Dwight Davidson, Freeman, Rockport; M B Mahoncy, West cott. Cape Ann; J P Kelscy, New York; Llattie Perry, Chase, New Bedford. Cleured?Steamer Beverly, Wallace, New York; ship Cal liope (Br), Sinclair, Antwerp; barks Frisk (Nor), Mnlhe. Bremen; AgOstiua (Br), Stephen, Hamburg; brig llpotur (Br), iiillstrom, Cork for orders; schrs Veto Henderson, New Orleans; J 8 A L C Adams, Krell, do; J Paine, Long, Boston. Sailed?Steamer Pennsylvania for Liverpool. NuwcASTi.it, Del, Oct 28, AM?Steamer Florida, for Provi dence, passed down last evening. IlKLtWAitK BitKAKWATKit, Oct 28, A M?Arrived last night, "Philadelpni bark Josie Mildred, from Cardenas, ordered Up Philadelphia. Ship Olaf put hack last evening on account of bond wind, and left again at 11 ;15 to-day. Arrlvod to-day, hark Glto (for), Banner, from Rotterdam. Below, schr Joshua Orindle, Froethy, from St Marc (soo Mis cellany). ? J'M? Arrived, schr Cumberland, from Turk's Island, with salt (ordered to Ronton). The steamer Feuusylvanla, for Liverpool, passed ont at 3 PM. PORTLAND, Me, Oct 28?Arrived, echr Carrie Walker, from Rath tor Philadelphia, with luu of foresail ana fore topsail. Also arrived, echr Hndson, New York. Also arrived, echr Carrie Walker, from Bath for Philadel phia (see Miscellany). Cleared Steamer Kleannra, Johnson, New York. Arrived 27th, schrs Joseph Wilkes (new), from Tremont for New York ; Maud Mahlbaeh. Calais for Newark. PORTSMOUTH, Oct 27? la lower harbor, aclirs Walter O Hall, Tolman, from llockland for New York; S E Nightin gale, Milliard, from Eastport for do; Maty Kletcbcr. Web ster from Eliiahethport tor Saen; Lion, Mclntyre, from Bt John, Nil, for New York; W 11 Mitchell, Larrabec, Machine for do; Samuel t Adam-, Torrcy, from Bangor fur Philadel phia. PROVIDENCE, Oct 27?Arrived, schrs Sea Rreese, Frew thv. Port Johnson; Win N Gesiier, Kg'tjrt, iloboken. Below?One schooner, name unknown. Bailed?Schrs Alfred Brabrook, Phillip*. Georgetown, DO; Elm City, Kelly; Flyaway. Etios; til Tyler, 1 fart, andjne M Freeman. Eldrldga, New York; Emily. Braisted, Crototi Point; J smes M Bay lea, Arnold (from Port Johnson), Eu.it Sciir*\V^uii*m. of Ellsworth, reported sailed 20th for New York, went into Beeoouk River, where she is to bs laid up for the wintsr. PAWTL'CKET, Oct 27?Arrived, schrs Tunis Bodlne, Sil via, Port Johnson; Sparkle, Shropshire, Treoton. RAN FRANCISCO, Oct 27?Arrived, steamer McGregor (Br), Grainger, Sydney via Honolulu. 28th?Ship Charmer, Lucas, Liverpool. SAVANNAH, Oct 27?Arrived, steamer San Jacinto, Hazard. New York. Clearod?Schr J G Stover, Clay, Baltimore. 28th?Cleared, steamer Kniglit Templar (Br), Klrby, Re val; barks Lois (Br), Raymond, Bremen; Peter Eonland (tier), Probn, Keral; John L Dinimock (Br), Miller, Ilaqre. SALEM, Oct 2rt?Arrived, schrs Sallle 9 Godfrey, Kates, Philadelphia; F A Heath, Hatch, do for Bangor; Froe Wind, Frlsbte, and Palestine, Howe, South Am hoy; Alice Oakes, Mars ton, do for llallowell; J Ponder, Jr. Brown, and Nellia Bell, Benner, Elliabethport; Hero, Baker, New York; Post Boy Fountain, do for Bangor; Fannie Butler, Warren,Ban gor for Philadelphia; Abner Taylor, Dodge, do for New York; J M Eaton, Parsons, Squam for Boston. Cleared?Schr Cayenne, Saunders, Cayenne, Sailed?Brig Matilda, Cobb. New York ; schrs Cayenne) Narraganaett, Shaw; Sallie M Evans, Willets; El vie Davis! Armstrong, and Win L Elklns, Ludlam, Philadelphia; an J a large fleet of coasters hound ? and E. STONINGTON, Oct 2b-Arrived, schrs 8 W Ponder, Jones, Now York for Taunton; Shamroek, Haverstruw fol Providence (and both remained at noon); Watchful, New York for Beeton (and sailed). In the harbor at noon 26th. tugs Terror, and 0 S Grant, with four barges In tow. VINEYARD HAVEN, Oct 2g?Arrived, bark John J rort jonnson for uo; j w woodruff, Philadelphia for ?, Ella M Peunell, New York for do; Pavilion, do for Bangor; James Bliss, Philadelphia for do! D Sawyer, New York for Machine; George F Trigg, do for Dan vers; Mary F Pike and More light, from do lor Calais; Anna B (Br), do for St John; W F Parker, and Reno. Irom Port Johnson tor Portsmouth; Geo .11 Bcaiuerd, Philadelphia for do; Westerloo. Elizabeth port for Salem ; David Faust, Philadelphia for Bath ; Edwla T Tyler, Georgetown, DC, for Plymouth; S F Neabury, l'orl Johnson for Newbnrypoit; John Bird, Alexandria for Port land; Eperiarn A Anna, Lanesvllle for Philadelphia; Clarissa Allen. Boston for Woodbrldge, NJ: R 0 Thomas Windsor for Baltimore; A Heaton, Annie E Martin, Hannah Willet, and Sarah K Bones, Ccnluitport for New York; Paro (on, Eastport for do. Returned?Schrs Delmont Locke, Kioka, and Ilclon J Bolway. Sailed?Schrs Charles Carroll, H A Hewitt, Samuel Carlo ton, Lnnet, Everglade. Matthew Kenney, Dolphin, Gram; Island, Wigwam, Sea Foam, Bengal, and Mary Brewer 27th? Arrived, brig Nellie Mitchell, Anderson, from Mirn goann for Boston, for orders; schrs Bell Baxter (Br), Port no Prince for do. (lost mainsail) : Mary Riley and Lena Hunter (with foremasthead carried away and foresail split) from Philadelphia for Boston; Martha Weeks, from Itondonl fordo; Clara A Simpson, from Baltimore for Portsmouth; II B Divert), from Philadelphia for Kennebuiikport; D K Arey. from Iloboken for Yarmouth, Me; Carrie W, from New York for Newhuryport. Sailed?Bark John J Marsh; schrs Ohio, Hope (Br), WP Parker, Lluie Major, Pavilion, A Heaton, lianna Willet, David ranst andsMorelight. _ WILMINGTON, NC, <>ct 25?Arrived, bark Btbnltz (Oer), Ghent not as telegraphed). Cleared--Schr J W lUlg. Dole, New York. 28th?Arrived, steamer Benefactor. Wood, New York. 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