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TAMMA> I G ES EMl I'UMMITTER.
TO* BEST'I T OF THE FR1MA.RIEB LAST SIGHT ? THE SLAT* DKLZGATK8 CHOSKN. Under the call of the Bob. Abrain S. Hewitt, cha: r man of the old Democrat ic Genera! Committee, and the H<>B John Kelly, chairman of the Committee on Organization, the Tammany primaries for the election of the new General Committee for were held last eveoing in the several Assembly district* and the Twenty third and Twenty-fourth wards. The polls were well attended aud a large vote ?u cant. A* the ?late was all made out by Bo?s Kelly there was but little opposition, and this was confined to abnu't half a dozen dit.ir.cu. Id the Third a disturbance took place, but it was immediately stopped oy the police. In theSeveuth ? very light vote was polled. In the Ninth the ticke' headed by Alderman Gilon and George W. Morton w..s elected. In the First district an attempt was made to run an independent ticket, but it only received twelve vote*. In the upper wards the slate as made out by Boss Kelly was followed to the letter. The following are the names of the delegates to the new General Committee:? FIRST DISTRICT. Nicholas Muller, Patrick (i. Duffy, Patrick Pollard, James Flynn, Edward Burke, John Woods. 1 nomas I Fotey, Dims Koanan, PatrickCullen, Thomas Cougbian, ) Charles Sctmlz, Matthew Stripp, John Dunkavy, I Thomas Cleary, John Stiles, Henry Ficken. John Ken- , iiedy, John Hales, Timothy Moynahun, George W. C. Clarke, Patrick Kerrm, Patrick T. i arney, Uenry Campbell, John Hurley, James Healy, Thomas K. Smith, Michael Gray, Denis Quinn, John Fiucken, * James P. Wilson, Charles Urube, James Mooney, John , X. Willis. Frederick G. Gude, Louis I*. Aldridgo. * rancis | P Kuapp, Claus Puokhater, James Kearney, W ilium I H. Moloney, Patrick MoCann, Hugn Dal ton, James Sullivan anil James W. Keilly. HSt'OXD DISTRICT. Patrick Lysnght, Mariin J. Keese, Constantino Don cho, Patrick Divver, Hugh Keaue, Kobert M. Dor<-, Timothy J. Doriohue. John Conueli, Charles Schlegel, James Oliver, Jeremiah Driscoll, Daniel Scully, James Campbell. W illiam Vail, Nicholas Brown, Harry How aril, Michael D. Downey, Cornelius F. Cronin, Edward Maher, George ti. Fuessel, Thomas J. Nealis, William McGuire, Thomas McGroth, Christian Cook, James J. Wynne, Michael O Grady, William P. Kirk, James Dunphy. Kdward Henry, Michael W. Bo wen, Bryan Gaughan, John Powers. John Mitchell, Thomas C. Ken nedy. Richard Cashman, Michael Rcirdon, John Bowc, Owen FalloD aud Patrick Crowley. THIRD DISTRICT. John Birmingham, John Mulbollnnd, Francis O'Reilly, Charles M. Uancey, Patrick D. Byrne, Thomas htanton, Patrick Dennin, Michael Burke, Patrick MnCoUnm, Peter Daley, James \\ Connolly, Thomas Ryan, uwen Cavanaph, William H. Rooney, Thomas McGuire, Henry Jacobs, John J Sweeney. John C. [ Brogan. Michael K. Gullfoyle, William McMullen, Michael Feeney, John P. Senntngor, James J. Slcvin, Michael Goodwin, William Lynch, l'airick Oakley, John J. O'Keefe, Thomas Smith, Jr. ; Alexander Patten, Sr. ; 1 James 1'ounellon. Nell W. O'Connor, Patrick W. Dciiip- 1 ?'?y, William Mclutyre, Kdward Cullen, William K. Robert* and William Johnson. rol'RTU DISTRICT. George Aery, Charles F. Walters, Patrick Tangncy, J Andrew M.irun, Timothy O'Brien, Lawrence Burke, Daniel Donovan. Hugh O'Donnell, Christopher Murray, | Martin Ahreus, Louis Levy, Charles Kelly, John F. Walsh, John Mulqum, l?enis Considine, Peter Duffy, JohD J. Keilly, William 1L O'Conners, Thomas Radley, Stephen Lovejoy, Timothy J. Sullivau, P. H. Keenan, | Dr. W. J. Welch. Henry Close, Eugeue McCarty, Cliarl"S i Lindemann. Tliorani Shields, John Galvin, John : hemcken, Philip Collins. Bernard C. Ryan, Edward T. Fitzpatrick. Kdward Ciarksou, George Linder, James I W. McRarron. William Colligan, John Keating. John | Glass. John Smith, Daniel Ryan, Daniel ti'Brien, Uwi n O'Rourke, James B. Mulr>\ George J. Browu. M. H. Whalen. Owen Moran, David Noonan. John Jacob?, Samuel McCreary, James Baglcy and Jo .n Lattimore. KlfTH DISTRICT. Henry A. Gumbleton, Edwin R. Meade. John Ke!!y, Edmund M. Plum, Lewis McDermott, Lawrence Fm uigan, Hugh Brady, Daniel Kelly, Charles Suets, Jofiu McDonald, Peter Crawford, James Rourke, j John H. Stadtlander, Joseph F. Rogers, James Keyes, Henry Hughes, William Cleary, Thomas Canary, Nelson W. Young, Joseph Jetining=, ] Louis Hciieman. James Delgnan, J. Charles Koch, J'>bn McGinn. Peter Mitchell, John Purcell, Louis Oherle, Albert A. Hotter, James P. Cavanagh, j Warren C. Bennett, Bart. F. Kenny. William Bennett, Arthur J Delaney, W illiam Harney, Michael Mailou, 1 Robert H. Pollock and Denis G. Ferguson. SIXTH DISTRICT. Timothy J. Campbell, Audrcw 1 Brush. Jamci Car- ; ralier, Francis Freuud, William Clancy, August Gruen ?ierg, Richard Evans, John Kirwin, Lawrence K. Hill, ? William Geopbegnn. Jacob King. James D. McKinnon, j Michael.I. Adrian, Patrick J. McAlear, Charles Galla gher, Charles HulshofT, Jacob Sclierdinu, Dennis Sulli van, William Long. Michael Hyland, Patrick Farley, j James Mahon. Ricti .rd Cotter. P. J. McLaughlin, Louis BeTiter. John H. Hughes, Moses Mebrbacb, W'llliam Ait, Gilbert B. Wood, Jacob' Seebac.ber, Patrick O'Couor, j Frederick Zlmmor, Matthew Patten, Charles A. Bruning aud Thomas Dowd. sevrwth district. Martin T. McMahon, Peter B. Olney, Vincent C. King, Henry H. Porter. Horatio N. Twomlily, Edward L. I'arris, Charles Golden, A. P. Green. John Morris, John Habberlin, John Carey, John J. Byrnes, Smith K Line, ; Patrick Reid, John J Fitzgerald, John C. Williams, i Junes Riley, Charles Walsh, Michael Smith. James H Bkidmore, Joseph B. Lawrence, Francis A. Stephenson aud George C. Lloyd. KIGUTIt DISTRICT. Edward D. Gale George Hall, William J Rtip fientiagen, Seth C. Douglass, Philip Benjamin, Henry Wallace, Philip Goldman, James B. Mur ray, Thomas Wallace. William Campbell, Burnett Cracow, M chael J. Glynn, Charles Gutisfeman. Joseph Kassel, William Gruber, George A. Stauf, William H. McCorkle, Slgismund Hirsch, Martin Engle, Conrad BiM'Cht. Joseph Mac.lay. Cornelius Glllen, Martin Nachl luan. Ricbard G Newkirk, Robert Bunkhardt. Hugo Gorsch. Bernard Kenu?y, Thomas Kerrigan, Albertus Wood. Frederick Woeful, Kdward o'Keef, John Thelss, Thomas J. Carleton, James Carr, James Towers, John Kuntz, Francis Bruckner. John Landers. George Kub ler, Jr.. Jacob Morton. An lion Strauss, Adam Genard, Christian Wats, Charles Bauer, Samuel Ausres and Michael Kenuey. XINTH DISTRICT. F.dward Gilon, George W. Morton, George A. Jnre- ; tniab, William H. Carroll, Thomas Kanady, James ' Fitzpatrick. John J. Gorman, Isaac Odell, W il- | liam H. limy, John Altken, Hugh O'Donnell. Wil liam H. DnseLberry, John T. Ryan, William H. fh/bM. Matthew Walsh, John W. Browning, Samuel A. Lewis. Thomas D Ba/ley William J. \'an Arsdale, i Patrick Hanrahan, Joseph B. Cue, Jaines Crumley, Philip L Hoffman, Dearborn G. Piper, William H Don eon, Felix Larkin, Peter M. Donlon, William Burns, John H. Collins. Daniel Williams, Arthur J. Donnelly, Albert J. McCullough und James Flanagan. TKNrH DISTRICT. Anthony F.iekhoff. John Guih, William B Maclay, John W. Guntzer. Joseph Koelble. Philip Merkle. Loin* C Waehner, P. M Connor, Francis V. Euring, George A. Heinrich, (?wen Murphy, Charles McNulty, Andrew Harineman, Samuel Mullen, John Zahn. John N. Rey nolds, Silas Ling, John H. (Jross, Joseph P. Stracic, fiiiver H. Kiugsland, Oinrad Reldenbach, Thomas Clarke. Peter Gatcmel, Ferdinand I>ery, Isaac Rodman, Ambrose 9. Pratt, Kdward S. Hassey, Loais Monninger, Louis Erzer, A. F. Schilling, Julius Boh, Christopher Flicks, Charles Berth, Joseph SihaltkT and Charles Pahrenkoft KI.RVSSTH DISTRICT. Augustus Schell, Henry J. Dimock. David Bank.', ; Men/.o Diefeudorf, W iJlis 8. Paine. George M Smith, Elbert Kllery Anderson, William Saner, George Caui ? field. John T. Agnew, James McConnell, Daniel R. Lyddr, John A. Beall, Peter Trainer, Alfred J Keegan, James Kelly, David McAdam, Michael Dougherty, Francis G. Hamilton, William G. Flammer, Peter Her mann Francis Lynde Stetson. Michael Roche. John Deering. Nicholas Judge William J. Newman. Adarn liens, h rederick Bauer, Matthew Barns and Thomas O'Uara. TWSLrrll WSTRICT Henry Woltman, Patrick Keenan, William W. Cock, Geraid l-itzgibbons, Samuel S. Acker. Albert W F. Krauss, Daniel Hanley, John H. Roberts, Patrick Hall, Edward Miehlmg. Joiiu Keenan, Moses Well, Francis Murray, Joseph B. ljutlenberg. Patrick Moore, John E. Wn.te, Thomas McCauley, Magnus Gross, Nicholas sr.boen, Aaron Aarona, James McGovern, Isaiah Kaufl' mau, Michael Murray. Peter Wannemaoher, Jarnes ii Connor. Charles A. King, Peter Halpin. Samuel Weil, Patrick Rei.ly, William Schumacher, Lawrence Keenan, Raphael Goldsmith, Jaines Doyle, John Burckcrt, Joseph McVey. > rancis Kelly, Philip Suefel aud Ed ward C. Malloy TIlfRTr.SWTrt DISTRICT. Sydney P. Nichols, 1. u. Sullivau, William Dall, Mat tin w llalpin, Michael J Phelan, E. L Donnelly, Henry Cooney, Jamos Barker, I) D. Worlendyke, ^.d Hard Berrtan, John McNeil, l'airick Gibuey, c. F ine, Jonn Jeroleinan, Peier Hynes, Michael Wilson, Thomas 11. Smith, William Lamb, Charles Cowcn, Michael Siine, Michael ( urlsy, John Dufly, James Gibnon, Rot?crt Noah, Thomas Lynch. John O'Rielly, Nathaniel Jarvis, Jr. \ Alexander.] Shields and Richard 1-ianigau. riFTSKSTH DISTRICT. Micnael Fltzjimons, Joun H. Tietjcn, Will am J Kane. Jarnes G. Dlmond, Jam -s J Campbell, y rancis Gorey, Kdward Fuzpatru k, Thomas D.iw, George W. MiGljnn, Charles Hrice. Michael Mclaughlin. Rn hard ). M<>rrisson, Frederick Helbig, Joseph BlumeutbaJ, Francis M(>rg?n. William Salmon, Thomas J Hall, I'honia* H. Fox, James J. Deerv, Martin P. Killlan, I'eter I'srrell, Christopher Bath. Felix Dougherty. John I . Kelly, Kdward Brucks, William MeConkey, Michsel ijiiiiiing, Thomas B. MeManus, Lawronce Brangan, Aiiuin Killer, James Morton, Francis Mi-yuade, Charles i eiier. Jo! u D. Townsend, B. ii. L?ivy, Hugh L. t.ole, > Joseph Ross. Michael J. Mahon, Thomas Tregonlng, J Jeremiah Cronin. iieorge Boucseln, Michaid Darrey. R. J. Sullivan, Daniel Strain, Louts .-uoih, Bernard flood, Patrick Brady. AKVKSTKStirrit DISTRICT. Frederick Smyth, William B. N issait. James B. Brady, Th'.mas Kerrigsn, John S. Maatvrsou, Leo C. lieasur, James P. Campoeil, Lawrence Morro-sey, Will iam Corey, Martin Buckley, James Connelly, Michael I>eaM. George Greener, Fritz Meyer, Matthew Quinn, Francis Roddy, Patrick H Grady, Henry Qutoa, Walter Murray, William Hullahan, Patrick McLaughlin, Michael Hays, William O'Gorman, Jethro Washburne, William Mullaney. James E. Hyrrie. William Jovre, Charles Mclnlire. Peter McCullough, Edward Scbewyer, Roderick F. Farrell, John Doyle, William U. Finley, < harles H. Haawell, Andrew Be.d. Michael Cain, Michael Corrlgan, John Duggan, Jf, B'-rnarj y Martin. An drew Ewmld. Robert Roberts, Martin Senger, James Carrsll Patrick Carley, Ralph Bh?h Andrew Delaney, D?dlei Fallon, Thomas Cushion. William Healing, John p.. Cuiack, Johu S. Graber, Michael Donley, Dr. J'ainck >1. Kennedy. mvKT*arrn distrut DaniAi. A W. fcatU U* j, A I Don*M William n rarmu, rooBU Feaum, Thomas Dunlap, Joseph McAviiy, I'avid L Baker, Andrew ' Smith. Germain Haaechel, Edward Koach, Daniel Culla ban, B. W. Ellison, William L. Wiley, Sheppard P. Kuapp. John F. Br ennan (ieorge Nolau, Patrick Mar tin, Francis Finned. John C<nw>e?tine, Patrick O'Reilly, William Skeliy, V K ~i<-v?u*"u James J McCiovern, lteniannri P. Falrchtid, Thomas Shannon. Jonn Burns, Joseph K. McCormack, Thomas OVali^'han. T?K>TV FIRST I'lsTRICT Rush H. Moore, Henry 1'. McGown, loseph I'. Fallon, j William M McCarthy, Thomas Mcspetlon, rhillp DuB'y, Michael Doyle, 8. P.'Ryan, Thomas Vaughan, William ' a Boyd, Patrick McMannus, John O Connor, Charlss ' Jones, John McGulre. Peter McGtnnls, John Rouike, I'. K Reed, Michael Graham, Peter Krumelch, Jason M ite, J am ea Scailon, WUliam H. Culwell, Charles Place, . James P. Sinnott, \braha:o Brown, Jr.. John W. ' Smith, Edward P. Steer*, Thomas II. Ferris, Patrick I McGulre, Matthew H Moore. Charges Tucker, F. V. it. Kennedy, C. H. Chandler, Thomas Mci'abe, Edward C. Shoeliy. James Meagher, G. K. Ackerman, Kilwin F. ! i'..rev, Uiliatn McNallv. John H Harnett, Frederick landman, Thomas H. 'lappin. Alonzo Keeler, John H. Balmore. T. J. Crombte. A. B. Caldwtll. James P. Moivor, William HajrStf, William H. Kipp, M. F Kit/. gibbon, John J. Glasson, Jr., Siu.ou Ball, John Mulhol iatid, Bernard Keegan, Jacob Stein. Francis V. Oliver, Francis Geiger, Andrew J. Kennedy, Charles Welde, | Ernest A. Levy, Patrick Bagan, Jobu Halpin. THE 'AMERICAN UNION." WHAT 1.B1D1NO WK8TKKN ME!t THINK OF THE It i iiA! 11 KXJ'OSK AND KECEET POLITICAL OB C,ANIMATIONS OKNKBALLY. St. LociS, Mo., Dec. 24, 187S. The Hkhalu's stupendous exposure of the "0. A. U." baa starred up the politicians In this section, because It is known that branches of the Order exist (if they do not Qoun- b) about here. Few people paid any atten tion to the local organizations, but now tbal the Order is demonstrated to be so strong in New York and Ohio, much curiosity is foil respecting our home societies. I have heard the opinions of a good many prominent men, but I have ouly time to hastily sketch some of tbein. The Tim<?-*. in connection with clippings of the Tues day ooiubsbull in the Hkkalo, published an account of a lodge or society here which It claims i-" an on-hoot of the "<). A C." and to which, it alleges. E. \V. Fox. the lormer chairman of the Republican Cei tral Committee, belong*. This trcnilsman. who has bet n t hard worker for the republican party here lor years, d?nles_ that he belong--' to the local organization and expresses disap proval of all such societies as work in the dark. Ex iio\i rnor Thomas C. Reynolds expressed similar views. Ex Governor Thomas C. Fletcher says he does not believe such an organization exists here. He said thai he had read the Hkrai.u carefully, and he doubled not bui tbat there was an organization in the East, con trolled by ambitious men of no ability, most ofthem men office seekers. 11'' lays that over a year ago certain political shyster! here had approached him on the sub ject, and tbal he refus-d to have anything to do with them. He gave It as his opinion thai >-ecrct organiza tion connected with a political pirty had aJways been and would ever prove to be a burden to whatever party gave them couu'enance. Lieutenant Governor Charles P Johnson in =pcaking of the Bnuu'lOfN^ Mid ihit he had rend the re ports and that he believed suih an organization would havo but little ffect upon the politics of the country. Whatever weight it might have had was destroyed by lite exposure of the Herald. lie denounced any secret organization in tht interests of any political party. Any party linked With it could not but sutler an ignom nious ( deleat. OBITUABY. HON. CHABI.ES Ht'BBABD. Hon. Charles nubbard, formerly member of the Mas sachusetts Legislature and ex-rftate Senator, died in ! Chelsea. Mass., yesterday, aged eighty years. He was prominently known in business affair*. JOHN W. SCHCLTEN. By a cable tele.ram we are informed of the sudden death ol Mr. John W. Schulten. which OCCtired the 26th in-U, in the city of Berlin, where he has been domiciled for many years, in charge of the business of the house of Messrs A. T. Stewart ft Co. lor all Germany. Mr. Schulten was some years ago a well known merchant of this city, and will be well remembered for his kiud and social qualities by those who enjoyed his personal 1tc qaiiiiance. OATLOB SHELDON, Mr. ftaylor Sheldon, an old and well known citizen, died yesterday morning at his residence. No. 62 East | 127th street, at the age of seventy-seven years. Mr. i Sheldon was brought up in the dry goods business, and ' with his brother, Smith Sheldon, carried on the whole sale dry goods business in Albany for many years. Some time ago he retired from business altogether and resided In New York. His father, Dr. Sheldon, was member of Assembly Irom Montgomery county for ten consecutive years and was Speaker of the House for four years. Mr. Gaylor Sheldon was a prominent mem ber of the Baptist Church and was well known for his general benevolencc and nobleness of heart. Mil. KDMCNSTON. A cable telegram bag been received in Montreal, Canada, from Europe, announcing tbe death in London of Mr. Kdmunston. aged eighty-one yars, formerly of Montreal, and a partner of Sir Hugh Allen Irom 1839 to MRS. DA.NILL BAKKALOW. Mrs. Daniel Barkalow, the mother of Judge Barka? low, died in I'aterson, N. J.. yesterday, after a week's illness, of pneumonia. Mrs. Barkaluw wits a lady of tho oi l school. Her father was the celebrated Swartwont, a warm partisan of Aaron Burr, and her recollection was stored with interesting remiuisrenros of the dis tinguished men of the early days of the Republic. She wan the widow of Daniel Harkalow. lor many years one of tho leading lawyers of the northern aertion of New Jersey aud prowcutor of l'assatc county courts for sev eral year.-.. WILLIAM CKICHTON, OF BALTIMORE. A telegram from Baltimore, under date of 28th Inst., reports as follows:? A private despat'h from New York announces the death m i hat city to day of Willinm Crtcbton, lormerly one of the most prominent and active merchants iu Baltimore and extensively engaged in trade. He wss one of the founders and the first president of the Haiti more Corn and Floor Exchange, and was an active member ot the St. Andrew's Society. His remains will be brought here. THOMAS P. HUSTON. Thoroxs P. Huston, one of the proprietors of tbe Pittsburg (Pa.) Gatetit, died at bis residence in Pitts burg. yesterday morning, of consumption. Hie health been failing forever two years, but it is only during the past } oar that he ha* been unable to attend to busi ness. MIDNIGHT WEATHER REPORT. War Dkpartmktt, ) Orriat or tiis Cbikp Sioxai. Orri -kr, [ Wasuinotom, Dec. 29?1 A. If ) I'robaOiUliet. For Wedno-ilay, in the South Atlantic Stiites, station ary or falling barometer and temperature, easterly winds and cloudy weather. For the Golf States falling barometer, warmer, south erly winds, partly cloudy weather and occasional rain. For Tennessee and the Ohio Valley, upper lakes, Cpper Mississippi and Lower Missouri valleys, falling barometer, warmer, increasing southeasterly winds, partly cloudy and threatening weather. For the lower lakes, Middle and Eastern States, northwest to southeast winds, cloudy or partly cloudy Weather, falling barometer and stationary temperature. l or the canal regions from New Jersey to Virginia temperatures remain above freezing. The Lower Ohio and the Mississippi will continae Using. T UL WKATBKB YEBTXBDAT. The following record will show the changes In the temperature for tho past twenty-four hours, in com parison with the corresponding date of last year, as in dicated t>y the thermometer at Hudnut's pharmacy Hkuald Building: 1S74. .T A M 4:1 6 A. M 42 W A M 44 12 M 44 1*75. 30 ?i'l 31 98 1874. 8 % P. M 4tl 6 P. M 44 HI' M 44 12 P. M 47 1875. 115 ...') M 83 Average temperature yest'Tday $214 Average temperature lor corresponding date la*t year 44',' SI IIPPING NEWS OCEAN steamers. niTSst or MtrARTfRF* FRO* SKW TORK fOR Tim UOXTUH or UKCXM1IKR AND JANUARY. fVtanur. < hln* J" mmersma fctateol Virginia.. I k ' pt < m 1 ornia. i-era-ante * o.,?Oi Cut el C?he?ter.... >evarl*. Partlila Caller Blty or Montreal .. *imoots I elllr. >ranee Helvetia Heckar Alueri* . State eflndiona. Mievia. i ii . M ,!?? V'urU Irtiifs - ? Dec. l>e& Dec. I HI). .1 All. .r mi. f'ertinrui" ?' in. .1 nn. I nn. ? I i.n. All. nn. Jan. I in. J an. .1 nn. l it n. .Ian. .1 m. J an, J ii n Jm. 4 II, Liverpool. Hiwnl.urir. I ilnngow.. fjMkrpooi OlMrn*.. L'v?rnool. I-'Imi Liverpool. 4 Ltvenmol. ft. Liverpool. ?J. ilotierdaui > . Bremen... M Liverpool h. Ulaafow. f. Liverpool. e ? 11 avre.. ... h. Liverpool. ft. Bremen 111 I 1 Irerp: ill Hi. (ilnnt-nw ., I H., II amhsrg 1.1. I.ivernosi Offve. 4 Howling Ureea ftl Broadway Mruanway Broadway 7 Bowling i i reeit 7 Broadway ?IU tiroarlway ir.Jirnaoway 2* Broadway 4 Bowline i.reen ?*< broa'lway 2 Bowling (ireen In Brian why 7 H> wllnjr Ur?SB (7 Broaoway ftft Hroariway ? Si Broadway - Bowline 'ireen t Bowling Oreeu 7'J Broadway ? ?i Broadway i: Hroaowa* Summer. PpftiB .. Anchoria.... Hermann... Idaho Java C.eltert t'H* of Richmond. Faltif Victoria Hooe*ttta!!att. ... . . . Labrador...... State of Pennsyl'a. Klooatock .. Republic |.Jhvi Ciijr ox brook)vn.. iJai>. SuMm, J an. J an. Jan. Jan. ?I an. J an. J?Bu Un. f an. .1 an, Jan. Liverpool ? (Slasgow .. bremen... Liverpool. I Liverpool. Hamburg. Liverpool. Liverpool. ?*la?trow.. Bremen... Ham Glasgow.. Hamburg. Liverpool. Liverpool. Ctffc* ?W Broad wav 7 Bowling Oreen 1 Bowline Green 20 broa ?.w av 4 Hfwlinir Green *?l Broadway 15Broanwa) nroauwav 7 Bowling Green t Bowling <Ireeu 55 Broaowav 72Broadw*v <>1 Hroadwav . iH7 Broadway . US broadwav ^NOTICE TO CAPTAINH OF VESSELS EXTBHLVQ TUB rORT or NBW YORK AT NIGHT.?The MkV York Hjkkai ?> has adopted a diBtingtlshintr Goitea night aignalfor uae on hoard the Hkrald sieain yacht, iboeitf while barn ing the colors red, green, red, changing from one to the other in succession, and can be been several miles distant. Cap tains of veasela, uoon seeing this signal, will oblige us by pre paring any marine news they may have for the Ship News Department of the Hkrald. ?-P* rt-ona desirous of communicating with vessels arriv ing at New York can do ao by addressing to such veaaela, care of Herald news yacht, pier No 1 East River, New York. Letters recei ved from t^l parts of the world and promptly de livered. Duplicates are required. ALMANAC FOR NEW YORK?THIS DAY. nrn aid Moo* Pun rises 7 U3 j Hun Bets 4 40 I Moon sel& t ve 6 -4 nif:n watkr. Go*. Island eve 9 48 .Sandy Hook eve St 03 HellUale eve 11 33 PORT OF .NEW YORK, DEC. 28,1875. cleared. Steamer Citv of Brooklyn (Br), Tibbita, Liverpool via Qneeustown?.John G Dale. Steamer Erin Br), Andrews, London?F W J Hurst. Steamer Atlas (Br), Low, Port au Prince and Sa vanilla? Pirn. Korwood A Co. Steamer City of Mexico, Sherwood, Havana, Progrcso, Olipwha, Ac? W Alexandre A Sofil, Steamer Leo, Daniels. Savannah?Murray. Ferris .% To. Steamer Wyanoke, Couch, Norfolk, City Point and liich mond?Old Dominion Steamship Co. Steamer Glaucus. Be area. Boston?H F Dimoek. Ship Royal Alice (Br), Hughes, Liverpool?Arkell, Tufts A Co. Bark Speedw ll (Br). Tower, Alicunte?P I Nevins A Son. Bark Beethoven (Gcr), Leuscheu. Lisbon?Fnncb, Edye A Co. Bark Gaxelle, Duntso, Georgetown, Dam?H Trowbridge's Son*. hark Eliza Barsa (Br), il oil is, Hamilton (Bermuda)?A E Tnckar. Brig Susanna (Fr), Rousaet, Gloucester, E?Funch, Edye A Co. Brig Jena Hlnse (Dan), llanaen, Gibraltar for orders? Funch, Edye t'o. Brig Daniel Trowbridge, Rogers, Barbados?D Trowbridge A Co. Brig M A Berry, Sylvester, Cardenas?Miller A Houghton. Schr Harmon Curtis. Curtis. Ponce, PR?F Talbot A Co. Sehr Joseph W Wilson, Somera, Cienfuegos?Overton A Hawkins. Schr Anna E Ketchnrn, Ketehum. Savannah?Evana, Ball A Co. Schr E A L Cordery, Higbie. Elisabeth port, NJ? Slaght A Petty. ARRIVALS. REPORTED IiY TIIW HRKALtt STKAM TACJITS AMD I1KIIALD WWTESTOMK TKI.EGKA1MI LINK. Steamer Glenlyon iBr), Edward, Shanghai Oct 19, Foo chow 25ti?, Aiuov 28th. Singapore Nov 0. Suet J711 i, Port Said 'JKtli and Gibraltar Deo II, with tea to Hendcnou Bio*. Had strong westerly gales most of the passage. Steamer Tvbee, Holmes. Savannah Dec 26, with mdse and pacenfrer* in K Lowden Steamer Benefactor, Wood. Wilmington, NO, with mdse , aud piuwengers to Wm P Clyde A Co. 27th hint, olf Five Fathom Bank Ligliubip, tpoko bark Oneco, from Cailao lor New York. Steemer I?n*c Bell, Lawrence, Richmond, City Point and Norfolk, with mdse and passenger* to the Old Dominion Steamship Co, Steamer ilarrtsburg, Worth. Philadelphia, with coal to master. Steamer Centipede, Miller, Philadelphia, with coal to master. Ship Star of Scotia (Br). Tlnsrhes, Calcntta 121! days, with mdso to order; vessel tn R ,1 Curtis. Parsed the (.'ape of Good Hope Nov 1, with heavy gules; crossed the Equator Nov 22, in loo 23 Ship Annhnac (of Boston;. Matthew*. Hollo 158 days, with fug;ir to F Baker. Passed Anji r Sept B, Cape of (iood llope Oct 17. St Helena Nov 6. and crossed the Equator Nov 21 in i lat 37 HO: Oct 7, lat 25 S. Ion SO E, had a hurricane from WSW: 10th. off Algoa Bay. had a heavy westerly gale, in which lost and split sails; Dec 0, lat 15, Ion 4!>, spoke bark Sco tia's Queen iBr), from Glusgow for Grenada. Ship Bessie Crosby (of Yarmouth, NS), Btown, Liverpool 69days, with mdse to .las W Elwell A Co. Ship Josephine (Nor). Smith, Rotterdam 57 days, via Bel fast. Me, D"c 20, in ballast to (ierhard k Brewer. Bark Gentoo, Staples. Calcutta 127 days, with mdse to Vernan II Brown ACo; vessel to Isaac K Staples. 1'as.sed Cape of (ioi>d Hope Nov 3 and crossed the Eqnutor Dec 2, iu Ion 40 W: Nov 28, lat 2 S, Ion 37 W, spoke ship Mystic Bel.e, from Boston for Melbourne : Dec 28, while running Into the' Hook, wind ENE, at 5 AM, run ashore on the Southwest Spit, where she remains, with the Coast Wrecking Co's steamer Lackawanna alongside. The vessel ia leaking j some ; had no pilot on board at the time. Bark George (Ger), Segelken. Manila July 29, via Bonbay 1011 day*, with mdse to II E Mnr.ng ACo. Passed Capo of Good Hope Nov 1, and crorsed tlie Equator Nov 27 in Ion 31. Bark .fame* E Brett. Gibson, Liveroool via Fayal 72 days. ! with mdse to order; vessel to Brett, Son A Co. Nov 8, let | 52. Ion 35, lost rndder and out Into Fayal for repairs; cuuio the middle passage and had fine weather. Bark Sloboda Anst), G re relish (lato Perlsa), New Ross 46 davs. in ballast to order. Is anchored in Uravesend Bay for orders. Bark Wave King (of Londonderry, NS), Corbett, London derry 47 days, in ballast to order. Had strong westerly gales: is anchored at Sandy Hook for orders - Bark Frugonl e Drnato (Dal), Peraso. Belfast 54 day*. In ballast to A P Agrosta. Came the southern passage and had nne weatner. Hot to, lat 10, Ion 12 54, saw *>hr Julia Fisher, bonnd south: 12th, lat 47 ()N, ion 11 45, spoke a tark showing letters FRKD, Irom Liverpool for Savannah. U days out: 13tb, lat 46, Ion 1(1 2K. passed a conical bnov, painted black, with letter C and No 50 oo It; 28tli, lat 26 12, Ion 20 OO, spoke bark Canessa Madre (ltal), from Rot terdam for Baltimore. 32 days out; Dec 21. lat 28 34, Ion 6126, brig Svea (Nor), from Padstow tor Balt.more, 48 days out. ? Burk El'Ui Onlton (of Halifax, NS), Black, Limerick 64 days, in ballast to J F Whitney A Co. Bark Neversink. Jarvis, Antwerp 02 days. In naiiast to Brett, Son A Co. Nov 28. lat 29, Ion .XI, passed a vessel bot tom un: had evidently been a longtime in that condition. Bark Arrturns (of Annapolis. NS), Bent. Amsterdam 76 days, in ballast to lleney A Parker. I Bark tvalaiis. Brown, Rotterdam 65 days, with mdse to James Henry, vessel to F Talbot A Co. Had some very heavy weather, carried away foretnp:na<rt. lost and spli't i i sail; Dec 18, lat 25, Ion 62, spoke sclir Louiaa Smith,from ' New York for Jncksonville. Baik Vesta (Gen. Manger, Rotterdam 94 days, with mdse i ! to order : vessel to Funch, Edye A Co. Had strong NW 1 | pules all the passage; Nov 21. lat 22, Ion 38 25. (poke bnrK Kong Oscar (Nor), from Southampton for Dobor, (is; Deo j 18. lat 32, Ion 76 10. saw a bark steering SB, with letter D j and figure 5 in lower foretopsail; Dec 22. lat 33. Ion 71 48, saw a hark steering N, with loss of mainmast; had a Jury' , luast rigged. : Bark Jubann Kepler (Ger), Spille, Hamburg GU days, with I mdse to H Koop A Co Bark Clara M (Ger), Hillmer, Hamburg 65 days, with ? mdse to F Sebwoon. Had strong westerly gales. I Bark Leocadia (Ger), Weuke, Bremen Oct 29, in ballast to j H Baetjer. Bark Lavinia 'of Ea?tport>, Davis, Havre 65 dam with mdse to Brett, Sou A Co. Had fresh NW gules all the pass ! age. I Bark Sues (ltal), Stenga, Palermo no davs and Gibraltar , 45 days, with sulphur to order; vessel to Funch, Edyo A Co. | Bark Asphodel (Br), Stone, Rio Janeiro 51 days, with : coffee to Meyer Bros, (.'routed the Equator Nov 25. Ion 88; ; Nov 12, lat 2", Ion 28. had a hurricane from SE; Nov 1 no lat, Ac, spoke bark Oneco, from Callao for New York 94 days j out. Bark Montesnma. Briggs, St Pierre, Mart, 13 days, with ! sugar to Dwiglit A Piatt. : Bark Li trie Curry (of Windsor, NS?new. 501 torn) Curry Windsor. NS, 16 days, in ballast lo C W Bcrtanx. ' * i Bark Chas T Russell, Hamilton, Millbridge, Me 11 days i in ballaet to John Zlttiosen. ' 1 Brig Etna (Br), McKinnon, Antwerp 70 days. In ballaet to Perkins A Job. Brig' iara Jenkins (of Bangor). Coomb*. Malaga Oct 17 with fruit to order; teasel to Miller A Houghton. Passed Gibraltar Nov 13; Dee 26, 40 miles south of Bamegat, spoko schr Mary K Thompson, Irom Portland lor sagua. Brig Moaart (<?er), Tietcheo* RioJjiueiro 61 davs, with coffee to Andrew Stuart A Co. Crossed the Equator Nov 16 in Ion 35 30; bar! variable weather. | Brig Constance Dutch). Holtes, Polnt-a-Pltre. Gnad, 18 days, with logwood to 8 R Reynal A Co; vessel to U A Vat able A Hon. Brig Martiniqnaise (Fr), Maugcre, St Pierre 19 days, with (ugar to D Trowbridge A Co. lirig Roanoke (Br,, Mehlmen, Porto Cabelio 17 days with coffee and bides to Daliett. Bliss A Co. Schr Kate Itommell, Adams, Matansas 18 days, with *ngar to order; vessel to Overton A Hawkins Dec 24 weut ashore at Port Monmouth, NJ (as before reported) Schr Yellow Pine. French, Cedar Keys. Fla. 12 d*vs, with lumber to Epplnger, Russell A Co; vessel to Overtou A iiaw kin*. Schr Eddie, Palmer, Baltimore. ScbrSJ r'ook*. Cranmer, Baltimore. Schr Belle Brown, Knowlton, Baltimore for Belfast, Me. ?ir"Hhip Conic*, fr >m Manila, which arrived 27th re ports Paused Anjer Sept 7, Cape of (Jood Hope Oct 18 and crossed the Equator Nov 19, in Ion 33, had light NE trade*. ?jrB*rk Jndustria (Italt, Sehiaflinn, which arrived 26th froru London, i* consigned to Slocovich A Co. Bark Niord (Nor), which arrived 24th and anchored at sandy Hook came up to the city 28th I'M. PASSED THROUGH HELL GATK. BOUND BOCT1L Steamer Gen Whitney, Hallett, Boston for New York. Brig W W Lo'd (Br), Landry. Sydney, CH. for New York Schr The Star (Bri, Lynch, fttJotin, NB, via Vineyard Haven for New York. Schr Virginia Kulon, Rulon, Boston for Sew York. Schr G L Lovetl, Connecticut River tor New York. S. hr Frances Bine, Eaton, Providence for New York. Schr Sunbeam, liarley. Calais for New York. Schr Bedabedec, Knowlton, Kockland for New York Schr iiattie Ma/o, Rogers, Plymouth for New Yor?. Htiir H W Godfrey, Carman, Vineyard Haven for New York. Schr B F Woolsey, Terrell, Providence for New York. Schr Lottie Ames. Walsh, Rockland lor New York. Schr Empress. Kennedy, Fall Kiver for .New Vork. Selir Elisabeth iinalisti, Parker, New London for New York. Schr n*ra Jane, Garrison, Calal* for New York. Schr Samuel L Crocker, Hart, Providence for New York. ! h' lir Mary Louisa, lejwell, Providence for New York Schr Auaou Stimson, Btimson, Boston for New York Schr Kate Mcl/ean, Samiul*. Huntington for New York. Schr Jas slater, Hawkins, Huntington for Now York Sclir Neptuue, l^ocke, Nflw Haven lor New York. Schr Wm L Peck. Bunoe, Cold Spring for New York. S< lir(>eo A Pierce Kelly. Salern for New York. Schr it C Acken. Meade, Stamford for New York. Setir Sallte Burton. Burley. Stamford for New York. be or 1 homae Jeilerson, l.ockwo*!, btuniturd for New York. SAILED. Wyoming (Br), for Liverpool; City of Brooklyn (Br), ?k?; Krin (Hr), London; Atliu (Hr), AMpinwull, *<?; < Uy of Mexico IfttvArm; Leo, Hnvunnub; Wjntuoke, iiic:h monrl, Ac; ihip Ooiortilo, Cillto; )Hirk? J K Koliniftn, (Jo rnnoii; COrt Adler (Nor), Looflon; trieri Amlt* 'fehurlow, Hr1?fol; Domt'uloo (Aub), Aih oiih, W uter Wit' Ij, Haiti more* W iud at mlUniifht, NR. B*roioeief Ht ?**' MABITIV- E JVI1HC ELL AN Y. B jr For disaster to hark Gentoo see port arrivals. Ship Gary Eioi.k cleared from Baltimore on the 27th nit. , WUA aCMJI*(it JkliM aasUMii. wvut to sua Mx/b tb* aUU. and Arrived At Rio Janeiro Doc 26, thus making the trip in 28 day*, claimed to he (he fastest time betweeu those ports ever made by a sailing vessel. Bakk Htualsitiio, at Philadelphia from London (before reported with Imhi of mainmast, Ac), reports:?Had very bad weather the entire pas axe ; on Mov 7, lat 47, leu U9, during a severs hurricane from WKW to .NNW, carried away the maimuaet. *pUt the foretopgallautinast aud mlsssntopmast and >p!it talis. !'iu Irknk (Br\ Perrr, from C asm a rvon for At John, N it, before reported as overdue, arrived at Savannah Dee -4 all risrht. Brio I IIowiand, Lakeman, at Havana Dec 17 from Wis casset, Me. lo?t part of her cargo on the passage. Ruttt T Towspk. at Ken- Haven 27th firom Turks Islands, when off* Montauk 24th, ws? ran into by an unknown three masted *cbooner. The brig was struck on her starboard bow aud her foreyard, starboard rigging and bulwarks were carried away. Brig Rkpubi.10 (Br), Davidson, from Kxmonth, E. Oct 15 fur New York, put into Halifax, NS, Dec 28, why not stated. Hour Addis Walton, of aud from Portland tor Philadel phia. with an assorted cargo, struck on Goshen reef (near new light) during the thick weather of 2<>th in?t. She sub sequently carue off the reef leaking badiv and was towed to the fiats at New London 27th, where she will discharge a part of her cargo before beiug hauled up for repairs. 8mR Katk Roymkll, before reported ashore at Port Monmouth, was floated yesterday, after diHCharging greater part of her cargo, and towed up to the city by wrecking steamer Lackawanna. S?*hr Winona, Col son. of and from Bucksport, We, for Boston, was destroyed by fire off (ieorge*s Island, near Mon hegan, night of 27th inst. The crew were taken off by achr Neptune, and laudbd at Portland. The Winona was 64 tons register aud had 00 tous of kay on board. Hchr Nicanor, ashore at Reaconnet Point, has rudde* gone and decks broken up. Nothing will be saved excep* what they can strip off the null. Sohr Amkric an Eaole, from Lynn, arrived at Newcastle, Del, 28th inst, leaking. Hchr Fm?rt.r (Br), from Newfoundland for Boston, pnt into Halifax, NS, Dec 28, with loss of wainboom and sails gone. Schr Dawning Day, flxherman, or Boston, went ashore on Chatham Beach morning of 28th inst. She is full of water and will probably be a total loss. A letter from the first officer of the bark Txntitla, of NB, reports Nov I, in 1st 3lf .SO N, Ion 41 12 W, saw the Dutch bark Anna abandoned aud lull of water, uothiug standiug but the lower masts. Boston. Doc 28?Brig Annie A Lily, of New York, frottf Cedar Keys, Kla, for Kennebunkport, before reported ashore at Naust't. was floated inside the bar at high tide yesterday. Brig L A Belknap will endeavor to tow her over the bar at next high tide. IA later despatch says the steam tug LA Belknap wan not able to aid the brig yesterday owing to rough weather The brig floats at hlgn water, and to-dav an attempt will be made to get her off by the use of an chors, j Havana. Dec 28? Schr America has been totally wrecked near Caiburien. Her crew were saved, Nkw London, Dec 27?Captain T A Scott on Saturday went to the schr Sequin, ashore near Groton Long Point, as before reported. He tound, upon survey, that the deck was breaking up, that there was a leak forward and that there were 12 feet of water on her. Preparations arc now nxakiug for getting her up. Amkrican Lloyds Rkgistrr for 1870?The twentieth annual volume of this work, published by Messrs Hartshorns A King. No 1U Burling slip, is received. This is a very valu able work, containing the reports of over 21,000 vessels, making it one of the largest registers of shipping published throughout the world. It has the indorsement of the New York Board of Underwriters nud of the leadiug insurance com panies in the United States and Canada. It gives the instruc tions for building wooden and iron vessels, contains the re ports of tbo United States Coast Survey, giving the correct uepth of water in our rivers, harbor," channels, Ac. This Register 1s represented In all parts of the world, and the marine information contained in its coltimns is very valuable to merchants, shipowners and underwriters. It is also the key to the American Lloyd's Telegraphic Signal Code. Shipbuilding)?It is said that a line freighting ship is soon to be built at one of the Boston shipyards, to bs named the lieu Robert E Loe. SPOKEN. KhlD Rufus E W o 1, Davis, from Boston for San Francisco, Dec 17, lat :??, Ion Ot. Ship Kpauiinontias (Br). Brodie, 47 day* from Quebec Tor Sunderland, Dec 1 J. tat 49 40, Ion 5. Ship British Queen (Br). ,Mar#ter?, from London for Mo bile, Dec 0, lilt 4J 20, lun 7 15. NOTICE TO MERCHANTS AND CAPTAINS Merchants, shipping agents and shipmasters are informed that by telegraphing to the Hkkald London Bureau, ad dressing "Bennett, No 46 Fleet street, London," or to the Paris otiice, addressing "Bennett, 61 Avenue de 1'Opera, 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 country free of charge. Captains arriving at and sailing from French and tfoil terranean ports will find the Paris oflQoa the more economical and expeditious for telegraphing news. OUR CABLE SHIPPING NEWS. Adelaide, NSW, Dec 27?Arrived previously, ship Swal low, Howes, Snndnwail. Brkmkn, Dee 26?ArriTed, steamer Leipiig (Ger), Hoff man, Baltimore. Barcelona, Dec 21 ?Arrived, bark Joven Enrique (Sp), Curreli, Charleston. Bordeaux, Dec 24?Arrived, bark Eva (Nor), Heyerdahl, Now York. Court, Dec 21?Arrived, brig Sara (Dutch), Kuyper, New York. Cau'ittta. Dec 25?Arrived, ship Sumner R Mead, Dixon, Fort Blaknly via San Francisco. Sailed Dec 25, ship Frank N Thayer, Starrett, Boston. Fatal?Arrived, schr Mary Jane, Mnllea, Boston. Gibrai.tar?Sailed, hark Sarah liobart, Pinkharo (from Genoa), Boston (or New Turk); brig Albert!, Orcntt (from Smyrna), Boston. Uknoa?Sailed, bark Giuseppe Verdi dtal), for Phila delphia Hull, Dec 27?Sailed, barks Uans Nielsen (Nor), Balti more ; Houpe (for), do. LrvcKroot., Dec 28?Arrived, ships Norrls, Baratow, New Orleans; Tonawanda, Turley, Mobile. Arrived 27th, ships Strathearn (Br), Jarman, New York ; Albania (Br), Seely, do; barks Premier (Br), White, Wil mington, NC; Savanna (Br), O'Neill, Charleston; Leam ington (Br), Orkney, New Orleans, Also arrived 27th, steamer Royal Minstrel (Br), Hender son, Galveston via Norfolk, Sailed 27th, ships Harriet McGilvery. Blake, Rangoon; Henrietta. Blanchard, Bassuin; bark Commodore Dupon, Nichols, Havana. London, Dec 28?Arrived, ship Arundel Castle (Br), Fnl tcn, New York. Lizard, Dec 28?Off, steamer Holland (Br), Simpson, New York for Londou. Lo.idojiderrt, Dec 28?Arrived, bark I/nlgi (Aus), Sullch, New York via Falmouth?has lost some sails. LKcnoKH?Sailed, brig Odorilla, Holland, New York. Morgan Pii.l, Dec 28?Arrived, burk Blue Bird (Br), Michener, New York. Movillk, Dp# 28? Arrived, steamer Bolivia (Br), Small, New tork for Glasgow <and proceeded). Mksiina?Sailed, bark Abd el-Kader. Sparrow, Boston (be fore reported for New York) ; brig Juliet C Clark, 81iaw, New York. Newcastle, NSW, Dec 18?Arrived, bark California, Wil liston, San Francisco. Pl.TBOLTB, Dec 27?Sailed, ship Bertha, Pote, New Or leans. Soiled 28th, steamer Rotterdam (Dutch), Vis (from Rot terdam), New York. Arrived in the Channel 28th, bark Kate Burrill (Br), Rob ertson, Savannah for Havre. Qcasmvown, Dec 28?Arrived, barks Pacific (Nor), Smith' New York; Mlrto N (Aus), Boromo, Philadelphia. Arrived 27th, bark Francisca Bellagamba (Il*l), Borione, New York, Also arrived 28th, steamer Heel a (Br), Billinge. Boston for Liverpool (and proceeded). Rio Janeiro, Dec 2U?Arrived, bark Fairy Belle (Br), West, Cardiff; 26th, ship Orey Eagle, Lucas, Baltimore. Southampton, Dec 29?Arrived, steamer Oder (Uer), Von Oterendorp, .New York for Bremen. Sa.ntardek, Doc 21?Arrived, barks Gnrhen (Fr), Bouton, New York; Frey (Nor), Halvorsen. Philadelphia. Travkmunde?Arrived, Adler, from . Trieste, Dec 21?Arrived, bark Maria (Nor), Zacharlasen Philadelphia. Valencia? Arrived, bark Frank, Wallace, New York. Zahtb?Sailed, brig Caroline Eddy, Dodge, Philadelphia. Arrived at , Dec 21?"Carra," from - (probably brig Caragatna (Sp), Duran, at Barcelona, from Mobile); 27th, "Liuch," from . FOREIGN PORTS. A HOT. Nov 9?Sailed, barks Arletos (Nor), Kildabl, New York ; Mth, ship Canarvon Castle (Br), lor do. In port Nov 20, ship Lrauder (Br), Knight, for New York. A.muL'A, Dec 2?Sailed, schr Kuth Darling, Swasey, Sa vannah. Bi,'kos Atrek, Oct HI?In port, harks Jas A Borland, Ba ker; Ada Gray, Kace; Addle McAdam. Curtis, and Sadie, (iregory, for Antwerp, Idg; Blanche How, Chase, and Ada Wiswwl, Wlswell, for New York. Jo; Henry L Gregg, Dyer, for Liverpool, do; brig Mary (Jlhbs, Whittemore, lor do,do; sclir (Jeo V Jordan, Duncan, for Antwerp, do. Bahrain)*, Dec 1U?Arrived schr A ? Clontman. Bowden, Antigua. llth. bark (kilden Fleeee, Armstrong. New York. hailed '.?th. bark Isabel (Br). Woodburn, Sydney, CB. ClRRPtnuos, Dec 22?Arrived, brig Florence (Br), Little, Glace Bay, CB. Dkhrrara. Dec 6?Arrived, brigs Wipltl (Br), Nova fien tia; Ceredig (Br), Evans, I'ara via Barbados; Champiou iBr), Fanning, Halifax via do. Fort iik France, Mart, Dec 8?Arrived, brig Charlotte, Whittemore. Newport Honij Kong, Nov 20? Arrived, ship llase, Wilkinson, Na gasaki. In port Dee I, hark Geo T Ray (Br), for New York. Havana. Dec 2H Arrived, sclir* Theresa A Keen. Keen, Philadelphia. Kate M Hilton. Adams. Bath, Me . 2Mh, Roe well, Hnrlbert, St John, NB; Ella M Watts, Watti, Swau sea. Sulled 10th, brig J 0 Reed, Crowley 'not as telegraphed'), north of llatteras; schrs i'bos It Plllshnry Pitcher, and (Jraca Davis, Davis. Cardenas; 2'-'d, Mary R liong, Haskell, do; 2?th. hark Ariiies iSp), New Orleans; brig Loohiel (Br), Ham. Halifax. II alii * x, Dec 27?Arrived, hrlg Repnhllc, Queenstown for New York; schr J L Cross, Port Johnson. Arrived 28ib, steamer Ueorge Cromwell, Bacon, New York. Pnt in 28th,brig Republic (Br). Davidson, Exmouth, E, lor New York. Sailed 27th, brig Spanish Main iBr). McCnlloch, Cnba. Sailed 2?tb, smaioer Caspian (Mr), Trocks (from Haiti morei, Liverpool. Liverpool, NS. Dee 27?Arrived, l>rlg? Alaire (Br), hann ders. Barrow. OB; Lulan Br), Barbados. Manila, .Nov 5 (not 2d)?Sailed, bark Cbarmian (Br), Fit lian. New York. Sailed Nov IB. ship Helicon, Howes New York. Montevideo, Nov 2-Arrived, bark? ilarrishurg. Howes, Bneniia Ayres tand sailed lor Hahiai; Dili, lleonlon, Kmer ?on, Santos; 10th, brig Sarah k ftmma. Carter, Pavsandu; llth, sclirs Jonas Smith, llodgkioson, New Vorf; I2tli, Nancy smith. Bovd, Bsitimore. Hailed Nov M, ship Rutland (Er for New Orleans; 10th, brig Don Jacinto. Croatnn, New York. MhTaNBas. Dee 17?Arrivkd. brig* J< hn Pierre, Townsend, liaroi.a l*ud SAiiad XAU lut uuriM ? I jUu?iaaj. JiUi. lUmj *'bil?d?lphi?: schr A II Waite. Drisko, Vork M 1*'rtU. Harriwan, New ters?'*^ bar* * ? Anderson, Brandt, north of Hit T,i'.4fV n*C lft_s*''*d- C?rll. Cnderhill, and Harriot Brewster, Nuufonl, New York. Dec 8?Arrived, schr Mary D Ireland, Fisher, St Marys, Ga, via Barbados. Rosauto, Oct 24?Arrived, bark Isaac Jackson, Walsh, Buenos Ayres. Sailed Oct 25. brig Fairll. ld (Br), Taylor, Falmouth. Shanghai, Nov 22?Sailed, harks Elmsloue (Br), Bragg, w K? 24*li, Challenge (Bri, Cottier, do. St Thomas, Dec I<1?t bartered. schr Mary P Hudson, i*ajca, for Jamaica, to load logwood for New York, hT J ago, Dec lf>? Arrived, hark Chat F Ward, Gray, Haiti roor?: schr Lewis Ehrraau, Fooks, do. YorV ^ec ichr C E Sears, from New ThwXS.Jfai??ci5/Dn* P 0d," l,chr ?''bfrk T1"rr>',">"> ?r> ? J???V Penarth i "riKJ""" W,""h- Jr' 4?pk".i:eA M:|:,^r!WewV^RObert Ke"y' KiU^"' York." tu ?rriVB ffou' Uiofo, will nil up lor New AMERICAN PORTS. Phni!iT?*i DeCi ia8T^rr,"d\ Norman, Nlckerson, I btladelpnia; ship Abeona (br), Grossart, <?!***<.w- bark Um? MunUto*B.'j,^rrl?; E"'e E Butler ^Ur?- Wi" h-lilwtafu J1!J'Oeorge Appold. Loveland, Baltimore; brig WUifield, Bibber Mat ansae; schr* Taluniah. Bennett, rh!?e!1i _. ?y J1-McClearu, Port-au-Prince; M A r??'nbs. Sagua. BALTIMORE, Dec 28?Arrived, steitmeri Wm Woodward -Lt~Sb .1" : br'e_Ml"y Hie*, t'halloner, Rio Janeiro; sibrs Ruth Robinson, Rogers, Hamburg; John Atwood, Avelta, Provincutowu ; A PCraninen, Issard, New Haveu; KELA"?? .?u"' .f1!1' A ">???. Brown. Cape Veroe; Nrw York.*11' Ji^ ' ^e?ton , Henry Davey, Ring. Also arrived, bark Gaselle (Nor), Brnn. Ipswich. K; SWMarcusseu, Liverpool- R B Mulhall Jlr), Wild rurks Island; brig Svea (Nor), 6laeo. Padstow. Below?Brig K 0 Wright, Bnyle, from Klo Janeiro, tleared?Steamers Raleigh, Oliver, Savannah; William York! " rr?v>denee; Oetorara, Reyuolds, New '^'?f~?ark Imrnanuel; brig Annie Int-ram. BKl NSWICK. Oa, Dec 23?Cleared, sclirs Hannah Little, Hanson Norfolk; htla A Simpson. Hart, New Vork, 24th, u w Anderson, Anderson, do. BULL RIVER. Dee 25? Arrived, barks Peahody (Nor), Nielsen, Greenock; Hermanns (.Nor), Jaeobaen, Bowling; bltR,.25i?.,L<Br>> rort Spain. * an i * i * X" ?chr* W F Green, '"nmnilnrs, and Sophia Godfrey, Yeung, Baltimore; 23<1, Hiawatha, To ?shM an7&neEsRBT- DeC 2fl~Arr"?d. "h' E with ltinKK ^NANOINA, Dec 22?Arrived, steamer Hatteras, Mar ?,1 ow y,,rlt '1111,1 Cleared 2;id to return) r Sl!5*r!trScSr T ,A St,'w?rt I.ibby, Mayagnes. VUiceDt 11 E",OD- 0urry' tm Sp4in; 8 p London#J~ k Kua* "scar II (Nor), Christopharsun. ne0 28?in. brig Chowan, KcFarlaitd, fram Rio Janeiro. Passed out?Bark? Oiuiger Rolf TVor). I.arien from Baltl nfr Fre''Ji? (NorI. do tor Dublin. tier Vuxpau 23?Arrived, schr Alice Iiodges, Skin Klfc-vr,'ivvv^'r,i?*n<ly r?,nt- f:r?n>. Fennacola. r?.lur c? V ^l?Sailed sclirs Tankauser. Olovar, r r i,S,7*;, ach,'a- G???fc?H, Pensacola. Y.fik- n?l a I5-Arr,Jve^ *lllr? lookout. UucUna, New ?i^,jjr\8J>mmyJord- AU,-n- Huntrett Brown, do; Se"r?. T?n'?. <1? for St John, NU. Curri.n'i. r!' U ?*??'?*; Houghten (from St John, NB), "w t? .J? i ? Panning, Philadelphia. PernamW'i Arrived, bark Wast Derby (Br). Urann, 2Kth?Cleared, ships Belle O'Brien, Saunders (or Curling), wdE? aJT?? * (Br), Johnson, do , . I UHUiASS bee 28?Arrived, steamers City ol Menda, Reynolds, Vera Cms; Reading, Colhiirn, Philadel phia, Chilian (Br), Bromner, Liverpool; schr Georgietta Brawster, Bordeaux. v;"?1? 7\r*rr'V/K!1' ,llin ^on"n'a, Webster. lilverpool; hark Tucco Havana hl i?0 C?U',W ; brig Ermiuia P (Hal), Below?Brig Enperanr.a (Mag), Basso, Alvmrado. KT?trSr7n\-urr.oS.l'e.1 F Burrell, Philadelphia. Vew'Vorit Dec 27?Sailed, schr Eliia Ann, Mayo, NKWPORT, Dec 2S. AM?Arrived, acbr George A Pierce, Kelly, Gloucester lor New York. Orient, Staples, Providence for New lork, Geo r Brown. Gedoer, do for do. ^Smled?Sbhr Lady Antrim, Hafckins, Wareham for New vi!!Ul7^.Tr!v*,Vchr" I/0tt,r Ame?. Nash, Rockland Tor New lork; C C Smith, Atwood. and Mary Louisa. Lowell, Provi deuce for do. urnl s P, Brown. Tinker, to load for Cuba ; D T Willetts Staplin. and David <1 Kloyd, Clifford, disg; Wavo, Huhliard, and rwilicht, Warwick, for Ainbov; Angler, Uesse, from Warebain for New Vork; Samuel Fish, Tcele, J?r^al.7n; I 0 <;ur'i?. Paiue. Boston lor Virginia; Um I'lty, Jkidd, lioboken for Mew Bedlord; aud ibe above arrivals. PM?Snlled. schrs Mary Louisa, Geo P Brown, R P King Marv Natt Angler, Orient, Louie Ames, I U Curtis, Samuel rish, and Geo A Pierce. NKW LONDON Dec 27?Arrived, ichrs Matthew Vas?ar. VI! ,h' Ru<? Nelson Harvey, New Bedford for New ??f? \? ii *<,ane? Boston lor do; Empress, Newport for do; E D I arkburst Alexandria for Providence; \Vm Mathew MlseelU*!") ' Walton, Portland for Philadelphia (see T N!?WrJ1AjE?f; Dftf. 27?Arrived, brig T Towner. Perkins, i rrtii n ' Jc'lr' Ireedom, Briggs, Kiugston; Zach Tuv lor. t* illh, rer.tb Auiboy, Cleared?Schrs Water, Allen, New York; T P Cooper Briggs, do. v 'O^J^s?ND, Dec 19?Arrived, bark Mary Glover. Mitchell. San rranciBco. PIIILADhLI'UlA. Dec 28?Arrived, steamers Wyoming TeaJ, Savannah; Virginia Liviugston. CharlMton; brii , ' Norgrave, Havana; schrs Bennington Ed wards, Liverpool; Maggie 'I'odd, Ricliardson. Pensacola. Also arrived barks htraisund (Ger), Oehlberg, London; Mettola (Rus), Wikander Stettin; Suian M. Uudman (Br). R'nie, Rotterdam; schrs J G Babcock, Smith, Portsmouth; 'ak?5'f n v ' S0'10"- "?race Moody. Hand; Abby L Dow, Voting; C W May Uavls; Kate E Gifford, Gif a fil?8tepb?rn Mor^"- I.)uL''b; B Era^ry, Week., and S Siiodtrev, Kates, do; J E Snnford. Dean, Somerset; C K Klmar, t^irson, Woymonth; Annie May, Simpson. New Bed dod'S H wte,S^:idfnCe; dtW< ^'6". Godfrey. ae?red-.Steanier Fan it a, Howe, New Vork; bark Chin Jang Bobbins, London; brig Helios (Ger), Kergwaldt N?wri?i? r>r'i;IICr>r M?f ^ Henderson, Price, Calbarien. h.n?? ' i 2S?Schr W B Thomas, for Provi. dence, anchored on here la?t night and passed down thia yeekinif night, schr Kloreuce NeweU, Irom Lynn, nP'i "Ct,,r A4 from Providence for Wilmington, Del; aNo scbr? Tarry Not, from New Vork; .bphraim & Anna, Irom L*anesville. 1 M Bark Maiy K Campbell (Hr), from Bermuda, was piisaing up at 3ai.i; passed up, a bark, probably the Edward May, from Boston; scbr Florence A Lillian, for Jaek.ou ville, anchored o J here this afternoon and remains ; steamer Kattiennake, for Boston, passed down; arrived, schr Ameri can Eagle, Irbm Lynn, leaking. DwuwaM Bmakwajji, Oel Dec 28, AM-Arrived ve? terday? Barks Vesta, from Gloucester; Seliamyl. from > UueK ^ fr?nl Antwerp; arrived to-dav. bark Dvanaafe Dubrovuckl (Aus), from Bordeaux, in ballakt for orders; also steamer Albemarle, from New York bf)U"d-1Br|tf* L 8 Warren, and Grace Kelly; schrs Mollie A liaud, from Philadelphia for Aspinwall aud Ooo Churchman. r Noon?Schr Abble Wasson. for New York. Is still here. Heavy fog with rain prevailed siuce 10 AM. 1/M~Ar,lve,!' bark Abble Thomas, lYom iiotterdam. in bal last, for orders; schr M[aud C (Br), from St Marlins, with Wilmington ' ?'so schr Charles Stedmau, lor ?v"-ytl.Insr outside the liarbor. PORTLAND, Me, Dee 27?Arrived, sclirs sea ird. Mount do do Vork; Speedwell, Rockland lor do; Gem, 28th?Cleared, schr Sophie. Charleston. Also cleared sclir Forest City New Vork 27-S^ Oberton, RogeV.VphuXlphive0 Z7_ArriVed' ,te*?'er Viudic"t0r Mar,' Wari^N?w York* M RiVC"- ttUcri ?^2Ai< FRANCISCO, Dec 21>?Arrived, ?hips James Chea wH'r f ; ' "'"miMlore. Gilmore, Seattle; \Var Hawk, Uoyle, Port Discovery; Dashing Wave, Nichols barks Montana, Tuttle. Seattle; Amethy.t, Bates, BLllingham Ba> Jenny I itt?, Kilton. Freeport; Forest Oueen, Burns. Port Ludlow; Aureola, Cathcart, Seattle Oregon, fcdwan s, 1 ort Townsend; Mariha Rideout. Nicli mIv 1"ii <* i yV. V,"r' S"w.>'"r' Seattle; brig Orient, Batchelder, Columbia Hiver. S?nEFranS.I,CC a?-Arri,c<1. bark I"?c Jaans. Bo,ling, SAVANNAH. I>eo 24? Arrived, bark Irena (Br). Terry Caerniirvon (not as tele^raj.h). '? Ve^lBV^S^hle^Live^l' D# I1--Bremen; C'leared-Steauier Krancia Elena (Brais), Smith. Savanilla sclirs H ape 11 a. Penny, Liverpool; Welcome R Buube, Lozier.' Sailed?Barks Sacramento (Br), Frazer (from Bristol Pi Baltimore; Alcedo tSwe), Halstrom (from lntwerpK dI' ST MARtS, Ga Dec 15?Arrived, brig Adelaide (Br) phiaT'' OB; ,clir A '' Nowell, Lauk, Philadel 'f,'11' *ol^!.'nllr L FnUer- Pmi,h. Philadelphia. PhU.delphi^C ?01" ? ???"?"? /.rrell, Yor5kb-ArrlT*d' ,Chr Wm IUcn' Prc??ey. Rockland for New Vl.NKYARD HAVEN, Dec 28?Arrived atearner Borka. Boston for Philadelphia (ansl proceeded). oerka. Sailed 'JtUh. achr Flora Kinir * Au^'u^0*0 ^ArrWcU- brl* 0)an). YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, ?fcC. \\TANTEI) TO BUY-A STEAM LAUNCH, PROMTS T? to 30 feet long. Add rem LAUNCH, St. Deuli Uot?l. Now York, Thuridtty, WANTED?A CATBOAT, ABOUT 20 FEET LONG; mint ba client for cub. Addrcu li , box 3ti8 New York J'oit offleo. MIS(KIXA\KO(H. Y -ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. OFFICIAL LIST .OK THE EXTRAORDINARY DRAWIKO OF DECEMBER 23, 187., CLASS NO. oca No. A trord. I 4t\ *M ? > 147 SOO I'M ."MMI 230 MX) 2hm S?l 8'2;i Mm 3;u 600 371 ?*) 87? MX> 41ft MX* 438 800 472 .... 600 6ul 600 W4 600 SOU ?(43 500 736 am j 77 6 500 777 900] 8.? son 8!M MW 957 MX) '.*>8 800 1o14 800 1*)28 800 M73 ?*** loss 8oo 1 I'M 800 1268 1259 MX) lDOl MX 1340 SO 1-178 801 14!*2 5*X 1588 800 1848 SOU ltkto MX) jh&6 ton 1884 M? 1758 .vo 1777 MX) in* Joui 8">. Award. 3'M? $s<xj :?*>> ooo 3!)*V SOO 4ot? mx> 4<*-.7 Mxi 4070 MX) 4123 60O 4148 50*1 414 8 800 414 9 900 4221 800 4380 800 4404 800 444H 800 4450 800 4880 SOU 4862 500 4SSK1 .'iOO 4*121 800 teal 801) 4*l?)!l 800 4709 500 4784. 800 47H9 jjon 4784 800 4788 son 4n'X) 800 4H45 500 4805 500 18HH SOO 48M3 800 48m5 600 4t?:?M sou 4SHMI 800 4h78 .V*) 8021 soo BOSH 80(1 so3?i rot 50 soc 5101 5(X 51 13 8,JO 617*.. ...^OU Wo. Award 7770 Iflftm 78!KI 800 7HMS SOO 78M 500 71**1 500 7036 800 79411 500 7983 5<*> HO"*) 800 HiT2 500 HIM).') 500 8152 soo 8157 MX* 8175 MX) saw soo 8278 r*?* 8310 WJO 8838 SOO 8337 800 83*7 500 8 mo MX) 8517 MX* *54!) Mm 8">8tt 500 8820 800 8710 MIO 8734 soo 878?S 800 8700 MX' 881!) 800 8820 SOO 8884 800 888<l SOU 8872 500 8034...10000 8902 MR) 8!)74 M)0 8BW MX Htnw mio Wilfi MX) noiu. ...joixx) -MAll \ Vo. Atrnr/1. 11**13 0600 1 1*11*8 SOO 1172.) 800 llf'.'O SOO 11882 500 118!*) 500 11060 5**1 11976 :>*X) 12**18 5<JO 13000 MX) 12" *42 600 13087 800 12127 500 12137 MXI 12224 MX) 1224*1 MX) 122*17 800 1221)7 MpO 12344 5* XI 123. >4 800 123! *0 800 12580 MXI 125!#J 800 120**8 MM) 12028 500 12658 500 12725 5**) 12745 500 127)4 MM) 12851 MX) 12888 MX* I2*?f> MX) 12800 500 12962 MX) 121*15 500 121)77 500 18003 ...2801X1 l?8tl MX) 13123 MXXJ 13188 500 13185 MX 1 niNCKIJ'AKEOllft. i.Vo. Awaf't. I ffa. Award I Ao. Auw l.< ..... 18201 5UCt iaa03...,ioooo> 183H0 ...50004X1 1 ??ll ** MrfV' .300 . .aoo 5180 5181, 0238. Mua sa 3324 SOO 5368 fioo 5371 5*K) 5380 BOO M.w r>oo r.4 4!i soo >4t>T .'rf ?> 54*3 300 5553 ?I 5588 Ooo ? hS" ?:t ..SOU ?tin 501 5686 SOU 571 ?4 ?<? 5795 500 5805 ooo 5801 . 5905 Mm 5940 ooo 586] 500 mil 4 501 i 64J82 5UU 6095 "pi* I tjinw soo 6100 500 6178 0101 500 6229 500 6312 600 WW 500 6874 ooo 0306 501 642!? 500 6480 ">1*1 65(13 500 05M8 500 8809 r^W) 607'.' 6079 .V*-) 6646 500 664 7 500 0055 04 ?> 67 07 MO 6712 500 6716 500 0729 500 6732 :*> 6737 04 ?i H7 ,i io>? 6777 :*?> ii7:? i ?> 6840 . . .'?? 0009 6879 oh-*7 U079 500 9142. 3oo 9J33 500 0238 501 8260 501 9880 500 8286 5*.?, 9323. 500 0381 54K 0435. 500 9480 5001' 9588 500 9?i3 600 i?71 .'AH, 9732 500 0778 800 i*7ko 04? 08(10 500 0842 500 0887 04 m 99C4 504 9:>O0 500 !?>28 500 9!>86 500 0001 54MI 10029 50lt 11* 132 501 101 >55 500 10108 .'>OO 10117 500 10186 500 10204 500 10218 500 11)030 ....jam 10248 500 10251 500 10325 000 10329 504 10376 54? 10384 5CK 10395 500 10407 54JI 10148 .'.00 10609 500 10658 500 10663 50i> liXtHl ."?<?? 10706 50o 10731 OOO 10744 04?i 10754 :*K> io7?5.,....rja 111*406 Jit KMUU .. ?? I0MI6 SOO I'WUl .<? IS ? 0*22 ?? ??,t 7022 ... 7i?.|. .. 71?? 7170.... 7|8? ... 72-1 ... 7:411 ... 7415.... 74.il 7*i.?? ... 74*7 . 7ii)?i ... 7611.... 7664 70445 7imi (Ml 767.1 7877 501 7684 "?* rm .?( 1 '76 ? I l.*l? >? im ?mv|NA. item a ??ti I I..4 llffo II J47 .!?? i in ? 11 .Mb ll?H 114 ? II42D I I 4. I 114-<rt 114-*7 13317 MO 13323 504* 13457 54 W 13482 040 13408 500 18490 04JU 13305 5004 13523 0<O 18508 aOOJ 13505 IW1. ft??? 13690 64JIJI 1:1735 50W 137SI0 :*?* 13831 OIKM 1 1871 500) 13*!* am* 13933 5001 i:i??44 ooo 13068 5UM 13992 54JOf 14069 54 *> 140M."i aom 14185 5001 14184 ? > 14201 oou 14204 50(1 14261 5<0 14204 5041 14301 5k3 I440f 500( 14535 50(1 14570 54<I 14627 54 iU 14085 500 14668 ....50U 14681 54Ml 14*197 .XrfJU 14832 54M 14841 0O4J 14000 5oa 14888 aoa 14871 SOIJ 148*0 54 K1 14923 50(1 14^ >52 BOB 14908 5UJ I04W7 .. ,.50? 154180 54K I51UI 54* I .IK' '?<11 15118 ?>< 1.1.7 15291 I ? .!?. IV427. ,au4td?i5 i t4~ "> I ?? '? I MMR I :???? *. I '*41 IMM. IV .74. .-??? I r ? I ?Tp ,m? i.?u y, 7702 S4)0|lltt57 *?< i APPB0X1MATIU.V rklZU f500.000. I S100.CKXI I ?50,tf?> i No. Prize.[No. Priae. I.Vu. frif. i-V.. /'r i? 15471....500 > i*?7.V> 100011:<268 - . .i 15176... .500016752 lOOOj 13270 .*? ? |iil<75 .ri4M , 10977 .501 The 1,59f> tickets ending with the flj.-'irf 5 ?rf |.rli#? o? $100 eneb. Ordinary drawinj[ii uvory 15 day* during 187(4, Next drawing January 7. ( irculurti of full information fur* nished. I'ruen cusbed. Gnvprnmenl.*, SnanlM. hilla, Ac, imrihased. TAYLOR 4 Of) , Kiinkrr*, 11 Wall atreet. Nc? Vnrk. ^ ?ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. OFFICIAL LIST .OF T1IK EXTRAORDINARY DRAWING OF UkHmBER 23. 1*71 CLASS NO. oca t?o. A ward. I 40 ST.iiO 147 500 i;>-i mjo 220 500 288 Si* 823 500 339 r>oo 3", 1 MXJ 379 500 415 MXi 433 800 47.' 500 501 500 504 5(.xi 598 500 613 50o 735 500 778 500 777 MJO, 832 son' 8!i4 5(10 957... ...M*i WW M>) 1014 500 1028 500 1073 500() 1085 500 1123 500 1255 M*i 1259 500 1301 500 1340 5<-0 1478 500 1402 SOU 1586 MXJ 1545 600 1630 5on 1656 Mx; i?;*4 5?n 1758 MXI 177 7 500 177 8 500 17*5 500 17K7 500 17*8 M?) 17'<U 500 1 HI9 500 1817 SOI 1820 .M*) 1899 500 1862 .500 1868 500 !!*?..., 1923 500 1951 500 1990 500 MOB 50o 2077 SOW 2081 500 2112....10000 2152 500 22UO SCO 2215......500 223* 500 2242 500 2342 MX* 24' 14 500 2400 500 2471 500 2491 500 2624 500 2534 500 2540 500 2622 500 26">2 MX) 271* 500 27(i4 50O 2820 500 2827 .'500 2833 50( 2857 500 8886. 500 28*9 500 2 s! *) 500 28!?5 500 2i<02. 500 29<J8 MX) 2955 500 29. >8 500 2977 500 29h7 MXJ 3033 5m 3< i37 5000 3058 600 SO!>3 500 3101 500 3116 r.oo 3179 500 3311 SCN 3219 501 3249 600 32.?7 500 3285 MX) 3275 500 ?3"ii 500 3319 500 33">5 50> 33X3 500 34 MO 500 34SI 500 351 >5 5(10 3.VM 500 3542 5(X? 3>U0 5(XJ 3020 500 3076 500 3737 500 S76S 800 3798 500 382* 600 3804 MX) Sttti7 500 >0. Ataird. [Ko. Airyin/ ' A'n. A'raril 7770 $500 11?*3 $Mi 7886 5(Xi 11088 ho* 7-v6U 500 11725 Mil 7804 50i) 11820 :>(* 7906 500 11852. 3940 $MJO 3960 500 3085 ,")(X) 4068 500 4007 5( K 4070 500 4123 r>0o 4145 600 4148 500 414 9 500 4221 500 43.V) 500 4404 5130 4440 800 4450 500 4580 500 4552 500 4596 500 4621 600 4631 500 4099 5011 4709 50) 4704 500 4709 500 47X1 r.<xt 4788 500 48UJ 51 X( 4845 500 4865 500 4809 5(J0 4H83 800 4885 500 4938 500 4909 500 4978 5.J0 5021 5(XJ 5028 501 5036 500 5059 5i> 5104 501 5113 5. JO 5174 5180 590 5101 5228 BOO 5802 SOO .'?324... 5308 SOO 5370 .M 5380 800 5438 500 5449 5486 500 5553. 55*8 500 5608 5041 601 5680 SO 5704 5U 5755. 5805. 5861. 5606. 5940. 5951. MX 500 500 600 600 0(04 SIX) 0OM2 SOO 6095 MXJ 609 9 SOO 610 0 5(*> 0178 5(X> 6191 500 6229 MX) 0312 MX P 0330 SOO 0374 500 0396 500 0429 T,00 6480 500 b5()3 OOO 656 8 500 656 9 MX) 6572 500 o579 5001 6646 500 604 6665 500 6707 5(JO 0712 500 0710 SOO 0729 MX) 6732 500 6737 .rKX> 0751 . lot JOIN > 0777 M* ?rr-.n? 5(x> 0846 500 0809 MX.) 6879 600 0887 MX) 7(122 500 7001 fit* J 7130 7170 600 7189 600 7221 5(J0 7311 .'XXI 7415 7451 50O 7408 SOO 74*7 500 761 ?1 600 7010 500 700 4 MX) 700 5 MXI 7666 MX) 7073 500 7077 MXi 7084 500 7728 500 7702 500 7936 50O 118!*) 5( 7040 50(. 7903 50( 8006 500 8'172 500 80: J5 500 8152 500 8157 5001 8175 500 8208 MK) 8278 5d(> 8310 SOO 8333 500 y:^l7 500 83?7 500 8440 MX 1 8517 500 8549 MXI 8X0 500 8620 500 8710 ,M*i 8734 M*i 8786 500 871X1 5(?' 881 9 500 8820 50" SS84 500 8880 500 **72 MX) H934....IOUM.1 8902 MlO 8974 MJO 8992 MXi SOW 500 9010 500 9019.?.1000(1 9024 500 9079 500 9142 9233 MX) 923M 500 9260 SOO 9290 500 9296 500 9323 MX) 93MI 600 9435 MX) 9480 MXXJ 9558 500 9503 MX) 9571 500 9732 .XX) 9778 5<*i 9789 MXI 9*00 501 9842 500 98x7 .MX) 99f 4 MX) 9iXXl 500 9928 MXi 9986 600 9991 MX) 10008 Mxi HXI32 MXI 11*15; 10106 MX) 10117 MX 10186 500 10204 500 10218 MX) 10230 ....5000 10248 500 10251 500 10325 500 10329 500 10376 500 10384 500 10896 500 10407 MXI 10448 500 I (*>09 MJO 10658 500 10603 MXi 11*1*1 500 107(*i 500 10721 MX) 10744 500 10754 500 10765 501 10806 800 10809 Mx* 10865 6(Xi 10900 500 10020 500 10922 500 1090 1 510 10976....2MXJ0 10979 MXI 11072 MXI 11099 500 11108 600 11121 Mxi 11187 500 11202 MX) 11214 M* 11230 MlO 11247 500 113<Xi MXI 11325 MX* 113*6 500 11394 MX) 114H9 5(X> 1142 0 MXi 1142 1 Mm 1 114! *6,; MXI 114'. 17 1195!) S' 8 11976 51 * SliUOK 6(X 1201)9 501 12042 5lX 12(>8> SOU 12127 600 12157 50O 12224 MO' 12240 500 12207 500 12297 5( O 12344 51 O 12354 MO, 12395 .500 12580 MO' 1J596 50O 12WI8 500 12625 MlO 12655 50O 12726 51 O 12745 500 12754 OiiO 12851 MO 12859 MM 12865 500 121X19 MO 12952 MX! 12! (77 Mil 130O3. ...2M*)0 13(J86 MO 13123 M*K* 13J38 5( X* 13165 MO 13198 MK> 13201 MO 13262.... IOOOO 13269. ...MXKO 13817 500 13:(22 MO 13157 .MXI 134*2 .MO 13408 ..500 13499 MXJ 13M>5 50G 18523 MO 13566 5(0 13595 5(0 13681 5(0 13*199 MO 13735 M O 137i?i 5(0 13*31 M?J 13*71 5(XJ 13x98 MO 13933 500 13944 5IO 13968 MJO 13992 5(0 14(*i9 M.O 14085 M*? 14135 610 141*4 MO 14201 6(0 14204 Mfl 14201 5(XJ 14294 5"U 14301 5(0 14408 50# 14535 500 14579 MO 14627 500 14665 5oQl 14608 . ...5(AO 14081 5(l0 14007 MO 14*32 5( O 14*41 M*> 14860 500 14809 MO I 4871 MO 14889 MXJ 14923 MO 14952 MO 14988 MO 15037 MO I.VJ90 :<nf 15|(? ....MO 1611U MO 15138 500 151 "i7 MKJ 15291 MO 15293 M?> 18888 MO 15398 M*? 15427 5.0 154 .5 SOU 15475 M<X*0" 15479 MO 15001 MO 15530 .......VO 15541 Mxj 15551) C(XJ1 15574 51 ?> 15585 5(?? 1607* 5(0 15797 f>( k>> 15812 501> 16831 MO 15*42 5(0 15*70 MJO 15004 MO 15926 MO 16961. 11657 500,151)89 ;,(iU APPROXIMATION PRIZES. J500.000 I 8100.000 I 650,000. | f25.0(Xl. No. Prize j .Vo Prfoe.ilfo. Priw. Pryie. 15474 ...5000(6750 1(KH>| 1328A 8(Hi| l:?*i2 MU 15476.... 5000 J 6752 10(XJ| 13270 800 13(X >4. ... 5( x) HO 110O77 60(? All nnmberi endlnx in 5 got 100 pcxo*. Aildrrxx B MARTINEZ A CO., f*Ukt uOica box 4,682 10 Wail ? I rift, Midill* oil.(?, (not ri i?r . l uh<iincrit. N. n:-I?. M?rtlnci. brother of the lato J. B , bux 1.0 ton narttan with soy otbor Arm In New York. Absolute divorces obtained from difi-eh. ?nt Status lur oumaroux cauiHM wittmiit publicity, |l; il vvcrywlieru; nooharnu uutil ilivorcu gMated. Ailrloe I'r v>. fcxtaliliibad20jrear>. M. UOU8U, Atiuruoy, 19| Hrwi.t.viy. Absolute divorces obtained from dik" ferentStatex liir nuiueroiiH rauxcx wiih. ni pul l iu; l?K'?vl everywhere; torim MMIxtlictory. FRKDEKK'K I. KINO, Lawyer, Notary Public, CoramUsioui r, No. 6 St. Mitrk'a place, uear Cooper Initituln. TlfEK M,D BRANCH OFFICE. BRO( 1K I/. V. ? corner Fulton avenue and Boorum ><reet. Open from 8 A. M. to 9 P. M. On 8unilay from 3 to 9 P. M. TQAKEli'S C1IOCOLATE Medalt obtained at I'arii and Vienna. LOVERS of GOOD CHOCOLATK arn rnniimled (bat BAKER'S vanilla CHOCOLATES are tuj lluext obtainitlilo, either iu tbii country or 111 Europe. B \ KER'S BREAKFAST COCOA C*n be used Willi t*ti/<ractli>n by perxonx wbu?e'!l^,'-:l,i; ix impaired, whoro tea or coffee would be iiijurio h. W. BAKER k CO. DORCHESTER, MASS.. Extabllshed 1780, Mantifactnrerx or the widely celehrnt"! BAKER'S CHOCOLATE, COCOA AND liROM A, which are lor sale iiy ihn leailinf( Urocerx. Medal*obtained at ail the leading I'airx aud rsli.ii tiMi,nt (Ilia country and In Kurnpn. . pRAlF IN THE LBOH PRhVENTED HYKLHIll .\3 \ J the knee c?p* and calvox with Dr. Ton I As \ ENKTI AS LIN1MKNT. Never fall*. Sold by the (lrniffrltt*. rpilOMAH R. AONKW, TIIK ORRAT NIW Ydlii A Oroeer, Tea, Coffee and Flour Dealer.?Ail Now Yorki n ond eveurlioiU ?ln*?lu>ald nail at>rt uat barvmuui. 39 Vexai