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AMUSEMENTS.
*>afl* appearance o* mills. tit i ens as norma.
Another full house greeiod Mlie. Titreus at the Acad my
of Music last night. on the occasion of her last appearance
as Norma during her present engagement
She both sung and acted with all the strength and
pint displayed by her upon her first appearance, and
In the scene with Pollio and Adalgisa, where Nonas
denounces the perfidy and baseness of her fitlge lover,
she almost eclipsed her previous efforts. We doubt if
?- ' ? ? >,? narl than in
blio oyer suimou ^fiaior iu ?-*a~ *
her acting ?jl this scene last night, and her singing ot j
the "O 1 PI Qual Sei Tu Vittima" was a ringing response
to the applause which greeted her consummate
art and exquisite a'ctlug. Apart truin this grand outhurst
and frotu the episodes like it which
have already been noticed at length in j
the 11 khali), the performance exhibited all the
faults inseparable from one part opera. As beloro, the
other rulrj lack Interpretation; but an improvement
may be anticipated in the works which are to be produced
next week?"1-ucre/ia Borgia" ou Monday evening
and "II Trovatore" on Wednesday. Signor
Hripnoll is announced to assume the role of Gennnro
In the former?a part which, In itself, would occasion
much lively exi?ctatlon. As his reappearance, alter an
absence of three years, is mado in conjunction Willi the
first appearance ol Mile. Titiens in the country as "Lui
vrexia," even greater interest is felt in the event.
MFSlCAli AND DRAMATIC NOTES.
Signor Brignoli makes his first uppcurwtico tins season
with Mile. Titiens on Monday in "Luerezia Borgia."
Mile. Anna Rosetti, the German prima donna,
achieved a marked success at the last concert at Stein,
way Hall In an aria from "Robert le Piablo. "
Thomas promises the Phlladolphlana the "Ninth
Symphony" during the spring. So the Centennial City
"will be especially lavored, even before its Exposition is
ready.
A cable despatch, dated the 27th inst., contradicts
the recent report that Anton Itubiustein is blind. Tho
celebrated pianist is not only not blind, but he is in excellent
health.
. Carl Borgmann will be the leader or tne orcnestra ai
the Stadt Theatre on Monday on occasion of tho per
fortnanco of "Faust." MI-? Clara Perl will support
Mile. Pappenhelm in tho leading r6le.
Miss Minnie Palmer apjHsared at McVicker's, Chicago,
on Monday last In a play called "Laughing Eye*,"
which appears to bo Ball'e's "BohemianGirl, "or something
very like It, in dramatic form.
Mr. Montague will appear on Monday evening at the
Brooklyn Theatre as Lord Chilton, in Marshall's play,
"False Shamo." The play was originally written lor
Mr. Montague and hud a long run under his management
at the London Globe.
TIIE CHARITY BALL.
One would bo lnclinod to overlook half the vagaries
of the fickle deity who ruleB the world of fashion for
the one noble work effected by her each year. At her
summons the fair worshippers repair to her Terpsiehoreau
shrino in Irving place and gladden the hearts
of the children or charity by their timely contribution
a The Charity Ball Is the synonym of la mode and
benevolence, and in the glitter of jewels and the
sheen of toilels hope and substantial comfort aro
brought to tnany a suffering one in the great citv.
It is emphatically the representative ball of
the season, tor elegance, refinement and fashion
nnd the admirable management under which it is conducted
renders it more and more attractive each year.
The bustie of preparation is now going on in the brown
none man-ion on the avenue; in the marble palace on
Broadway, where ordors are heme filled: in the dingy
attic of tho seamstress, where the last stitches are
given to the wondrous fabric of silk and laro, and in
the council chamber of the cuUinier, where some unapproachable
nu-nu is being devised. And all for sweet
Charity's sake. Tho ball wih take place at the Academy
of Music on Tuesday next, February 1, under the same
management us that of former years.
YALE AND C2ESAR.
To rns F.iutor or tuk 1Ikk.u.d:?
In your very amusing editorial, "Aut Caesar, aut
Tooker, nut Nullus," 1 notice you entertain the supposition
that the recent visit of a number of Yale students
to "Julius Caesar" was under tho conduct of tho
' Professors ol Ancient History." This notion was
started, I think, in a dreary and would-be witty editorial
in tbo World, which oi late seen s to take great
pains to misrepresent everything connected with Yale.
Bo tar is it from being true that the party who accepted
the courtosy of the uiauagcrs?about half the
Senior class?were in much fear of a summary veto on
the whole aflair from the faculty. This is a matter of
no great importance; but Yale graduates do not like
to see their respected laculty represented as an advertising
appendage to Messrs. Jarrott A Palmer. When
they are guilty ol such bad taste we may expect to see
Talmage tread the boaids with his manly form clad in
the guise of a Reman legionary. YALE.
" OBITUARY.
HENBI H. STALK WEATHER.
Henry H. Starkweather, of Norwich, the representative
of the Third Congressional district of Conaectt....
A ...1 r.r nn.nn,A>l. ill,..lit uti.hl >1 Vlrielr
yesterday morning, in Washington. He had been ill
for the last three or four days, but not until Thursday
evening did tho deceased show any alarming symptom*.
Luring the night he gradually commenced to
Ink, but possessed his consciousness to tho last. Mrs.
Starkweather was at his bedside two hours before hi*
death, having travelled alt night to reach her dying
husband's side. Mr. Starkweather was born in Preston,
Conn., April 29,' 1826, and received a common
school education. Leaving school he studied law, was
admitted to the bar, and succeeded in a little while in
obtaining a good practice and honorable reputation.
With a desire of still further advancing bimsell he became
interested iu politics, and iu 1860 was elocted to
the Legislature of bis native Stale. This was the commencement
of tho fcoiuical career which death has
Just cut short. His ready tact and <joick discernment
ol character brought him rapidly mto notice, and he
shortly rose to such prominence that he became manager
of the republican party in Connecticut and
was appointed dclegato to the iiepuldiean National Convention
that nominated Abraham Lincoln in 1800. in
I Mil he 'was appointed by I'rcetdont Lincoln Postmaster
at Norwich, a position which ho held until
1806, when bo sent in his resignation to President
Johnson, not being willing to espouse the cause of Mr.
Lincoln's successor with that degree of warmth which
characterised his support of "Old Abe." Ho was
elected to the Fortieth, Korty-flrst, Forty-second,
Forty-third and Forty fourth Congress, but by decrcastng
majorities, his district last (all giving him a ma
l.KOO In In* Aral election in 1967. In the proscnt
Congress he mm appointed by Speaker Kerr upon the
Judiciary Committee and the'Committee on Expenditure*
in the Department ol Justice. Mr. Starkweaibur
h.t- always been regarded as one of the extreme wing
r his party. He whs uncompromising and partisan,
and In tho advocacy of measures which more
thoughtta) republicans discountenanced or "fought shy"
or lie was a warm supporter. Atone time he gained
an undesirable notoriety irom his alleged co-operation
with the District of Columbia King, and public snsplcion
was partly justified by a published leuer which
he wrote to ex-Governor Shepherd soliciting funds to
aid in his own rc-elccllon to Congress.
Jottrru mobi.iu.
On the 23d Inst. Captain Joseph Morrill, a well known
merchant and retired shipmaster, died at bis residence
In this city, at tho age or sixty-eeven years He was
born in Saco, Me., and early in lile became a sailor.
He adranced rapidly In his calling and beeame a shipmaster.
For years bo commanded at different parlous
Ships belonging to the house of llarbeck A Co., of
which firm be subsequently b?aae principal and confidential
manager. Ho was the pioneer of the trade
between this port and Co.dad Bolivar, Venezuela, with
which place he continued In business relations almost
up to the Urns of bla death. Captain Morrill bore the
reputation of being a sterling, honest and honorable
man, and a true mond to those who were honored
with hie friendship.
EZRA U. BAKER.
Kxra H. Baker, a prominent business man snd director
of the Union Pacific Railroad, died at his residence
in Boston yesterday,
OXORGE WII.flON.
George Wilson, si one time a prominent merchant ol
Cincinnati, died suddenly on the night of the 27th
Inst, of congestion of the brain, at his residence in
that City.
ELIZABETH X. PORTER, OF NIAOARA TAI-Lfi.
Elisabeth L Porter, daughter ef the late General P
B. Porter and only sister ol the late Peter A. Porter,
died at her residence at Niagara Falls, N. Y., ytiurdajr
afternoon, aged hlty-ihrse years.
iohn c. casssow.
John C. Crosson, a prominent and Influential citlien
of Philadelphia, died on the evening or the 27th mat,
In that city, at the age of seventy years
THE PIfeTOL IN BROOKLYN.
A shooting affray, which came near being a tragedy,
occurred at eleven o'clock last nirht at the saloon ol
Philip Duffy, N?x 6J7 Fulton etreet, Brooklyn Early
In the evening a tnsn named Bob B^rry and a eonv
f*Dlcn?both of whom are known to the police as bad
characters?had a quarrel with Duffy in the ?alo<n
ai?<u4 Ola at fur aonao dr.uk* hftrv bsuuiia
NEW YUKK 1
very violent. ao<1 the matter was decidod by the eject;
mei.t ot Berry and hi* couipauion from the place,
lieterniined oil being revenged. Berry went to Ills boarding
bouse, which is In the neighborhood, and got a
revolver. Ho then returned to the saloon and itred
two shots at Dully, both of which missed htm. Berry g)|
then ran away, and at midnight bad not been arrested. gl
P.
THE BOSTON FOItGEILIES. ,h
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AN ENDEAVOR TO ALKEWT BINBX.OW WHEN HE ^ / J
AlUiIVX8 AT EOTTKEDAM?HE IB BUPFOB
TO HAVE HAD A CONPKUEKATK.
, Bosroit, Mass., J?ii..
The authorities navo taken a new fltop/VoAtweure E.
D. Winslow, and the result will pruly.bl^/be known
within a few bourn. On definitely * ascertaining that
the iugttive waa <n runts lor It jlteTJati* and could not
be taken from the steamer,' on/win. h he is a
passenger it was decided to mike a special
! requestor thvgoverntncni ol Holland tor tho surrender
of Mr. Wtir low on hta arrival in that country. Ac'
cordingly Governor lticc, Attorney General Train and
I Mayor Oilib telegraphed to Representatives Harris and
Fierce at Washington asking them to use their inlluenco
with the Minister lrom Holland to induce his
government, under tl?e circumstances, to deliver to
i our government tho body of Mr. Winslow. Such a
< request ib in the power of any government to 1
| grant, between whom and the United Slates no extrai
ult ion treaty exists, and it is said that there are prece{
den is for such a course. The steamer Rotterdam is due
at Rotterdam on Wednesday next, and if, in the mean- 1
lime, the authorities ol Holland should consent to sur- '
render Mr. Winslow he will at ouce be returned to J
j Boston to answer for his crimes.
run boston post company.
The President of tho Boston I'oit Company authorises I
I tho stalomout that at a meeting of stockholders held
\ to-day it was unanimously resolved that the publtcuj
tiou of the paper and the other business of the comi
puny should be maintained without any interruption.
| a large proportion ol tho slock is In lire hands of strong
| parties wlio will not suffer the valuable franchise of the
I paper or other interests of the property to bo jeopardized
in the least.
DAll WltTSLOW A CONPKI'KKATK f I
An informal meeting of Winslow'a creditors will be i
held at the Daily Mews office on Monday next It Is
now stated that his skilful lorgcrlus Indicate that he I
bud a confederate, as he was not an expert penman. I
i
WOMAN SUFFRAGE. i
WAsiiiNuTON, Jan. 28, 1876.
The Women's Convention was addressed this morning
by a number of tho prominent members upon sub- <
jocis germane to the great object of the gathering.
A protest to the political sovereigns of the United *
States, to be read at noon on July 4, 1X76, In Independence
Hall, was presented and adopted.
The general resolutions of the Convention were discussed
and ndopied. They recite the necessity ol sulfrage
tojwoincn in order to their protection; to their
! right lo be tried by a Jury or meir |>eer8, auu tuo oiuer
| demands usually made on such occasions.
SEVERE GALE ON THE PACIFIC
COAST.
San Francisco,?Jan. 28, 1876.
The gale which prevailed Sunday last is represented
I by sealaring men to have been the tnost severe fell on
the coast for many years.
Fears aro entertained for the safety ot the British '
, ship ITinco Umbertto, which loft this port for Portland 1
; on i ho 10th ult. She took a pilot on board off Colum- j ]
bia Kiver liur on tho 13th lust., but has nut been seen i
or heard of since.
TERRIFIC WIND STORM. J
OxAdA, Jan. 28, 1876. (
A most terrific wind from the northwest has pro:
vailed throughout this section of country all day. The
i weather is very cold and the air full of trosl and ice.
A SNOW STORM.
i
St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 28, 1876.
A heavy snow storm set in here this afternoon, which
still continues, witu considerable wind. Tho snow will 1
be bcnotlrlal to the lumbermen in the woods, who thus j
tar have been able to haul but few lugs to the streams t
i tor wuut ot practicable roads. | j
MIDNIGHT WEATHER REPORT. j ]
War Dkpartmknt, 1 i
OrnoB or tub Cuikk Sioxal OrworR. \ 1
Wahumoton, Jan. 29?1 a. M. )
J^rvbabilitvM. |
For New England anil the Middle States, continued
warm, cloudy weather, with areas ot rain, southeast to
southwest winds and fulling barometer, followed by
i colder weather during the night.
For the South Atlantic Stales, increasing cloudiness
and local rains, with southerly to westerly winds, and <
Blight changes in temperature and barometer during '
the day.
For the Gull States, local rains, followed by partly !
cloudy weather, winds shifting to northerly and in- {
crcasmg in force and rising barometer.
For Tennessee and the Ohio Valley light rain, followed
by clearing, decidedly colder weather, northwest
to southwest winds and rising barometer.
For the lago region areas of rnin and snow, followed j
by decidedly lower temperature, winds shifting to j
southwest and northwest and rising barometer during |
the night.
For the I'pper Mississippi and Lower Missouri valleys, |
I clear or fair and decidedly colder weather, with north- 1
! erly to westerly winds and rising barometer.
The Ohio is above the "danger line," at Cincinnati, (
Louisville and Evansvillo, and will continuo to risa I
The Mississippi will reach the "danger line" at Cairo
, during Saturday, and will continue to rise at Memphis.
Cautionary signals continue at Grand Haven and Mil- 1
wanker and at stations on the Atlantic roast from Gape '
j May to tsamly Hook. .
THE WEATQEB TE8TEBDAY.
The following record will show the changes In the j
tcm|icrature for the past twenty-four hours, m com- j
puri-on with the convsjionding date of last year, as in- 1 !
dies toil by the thermometer at Hodnul's pharmacy, !
I liM.ai.t) building:? J
1875, 1878, 1875. 1S78
SA.M 26 41 3:80 P. M 34 43
i 6 A. M 26 42 6 P. M 37 40
! ? A. M 28 42 DP. M 36 88
: 12 M 30 43 12 P. M 86 80
Average temperature yesterday 41 >4
Average temperature lor corresponding dato last
year 81 >4
SUICIDE IN A CELL.
TIIF. TRAGIC END OF A WELL KNOWN SWINDLES. 1
Last evening Meyer Op(>cnbeim, of No. D44 Tlurd ;
avenue, a celebrated confidence man, hung himself in !
his cell In the Hohoksn Police station after being recog- '
ni/ed by a number of bts victims. The following accoudi
of the atlair was given to a HsaaLn reporter by j
Chief Itonovan, of the lioboken police:?This afternoon >
; OCIcer Rahtgen arrested Oppenheim. who was acting
j in a suspicious manner, with two other men. 1 asked :
the officer If one of the men had black whiskers and !
| black mustache and ihe other ' a dyed mus- 1
turbo and dyod hair, and be said "Yes" j
He then returned, by my orders, and arrested
the other men. I telegraphed over to (taper- |
inwudeut Walling to solid over a detective to Identify
the man and he sent Detective Van Genchsen, ,
ia Ks^noht ntiir a Vavr Yorker from
Houston street, who had been swindled by
Oppcnhetm. who recognised him. After be had
liw ii identified jy some Lloboken parties whom be bad
swindled, he commuted suicide with a strap. .When
It was discovered that he Lad hung himself be was
dead. The following are some of his swindles:?
Charles Lens, May &. No. 112 King street. of $210l
K hchacdler, ociokr 23, No. 1(4 West Houston
street, f?MX
Mr Merry, December 14, No. 118 West Thirtieth
street, $92.
Joseph Soheub, January 4, 118lh street, between
Fifth and Sixth avenues, $260.
Among Oppenhsim's papers was found one showing
that he belonged to the French Hebrew Henevoicnt
Association, and paid dues u> the same, a bill, made
I ??? hy James P. Karroll, of No 64 Walter street, for a
1 j ailk faced lace shawl, also papers appertaining to New
York Lodge, A. J. 0. K 8. B., No. 67j
also a license from the Mayor of Newark,'
N. J., dated 1st November, 1874. Cards of aevrral t
business people were found in nia poasrssion, tncludI
lug one from Kocbler of No. 1.27& Third avenue. 1
The body was taken to the Hoboken morgue, (ippen. i
betm has also swindled Mrs W Woerth. a baker's
wits, In the sale of a shawl, and Mrs. 8tntih, of Adams '
street, both of Hoboken.
The two companions of the dead man gave their names
as Justin Ah reus, aged fifty, a native of Htrasbnrg. Germany,
of 369 Kaat Sixty second street This prisoner
said that Oppenbetm was also s native or fttraaburg.
The second surviving prisoner gave his neme as Ueotave
Bernstein, ol No. 46 Fulton street, which is bnhesed
to o s false address The general mode of swindling !
sdopied by this gang la aa followsA and N would go
as purchasers Into a Store and C (<>ppcnbeim 'lbs
crier") would coine and tell some piteous yarn about
I his wife and children being in Castle Harden and having
no money to get them away, and also talk about
Uls rteh relatives and finally ho would aay he
had saved two gold watches which his ntitle had bad
mads or the beat gold, which he must sell at a aacrt- ;
fire. H.a accomplice womd oiler to bay them, bill
managed to make the keeper of the store the purchaser
of on* or both. A very profitable class of t<u*tn
'H WM :?.m rio^hy these wortbte- with bogus troche
aU?u wi.ic.h U. and la uraoriuil wooisn.
1EKALD, SATURDAY, J A
thfy city in a fog.
At little r ^er<juak lui evening the A. ih seemed
steam a ^ jj |t was m a cyclopcar. Twrliah bath, and
'S1'1 r jXst rose, which gradually asaumed the con
of a thick and yrt'ow log. At eight o'clock
0. the fog bud n pasty appearance and tbe
-ermouicler wu at 38 degrees. Down among tbo
kicks where tbe shipping Is thickly wedged
i shroud quite -opaque hung over tbe spars and
iggiug and made tbe canvas look even more dirty
mder the yellowish, pinkish and muddy Armament.
There was considerable trouble at tbe different ferries,
ind tbe blowing of the whistles on the boats was as
onlinual and as long aa the conversation of a female
icoldl There was, however, but very little delay in the
rips ol the boats, witn the exception of the
ioosevell strcot (line, which, on accoupt of Its
eagth of route, compelled the pilots to feel
ihoir way very cautiously. In tbe cabins there were a
.lumber of ladies who seemed timid and did not think
hemselves sale until they had stepped on terra fir ma.
At the Jersey City and Hoboken terries there was not
any great interruption to truffle, and at the Atlantic,
South, Fulton and Uraud street ferries tho delay which
resulted only served to mane merriment for those who
waited for the bouts to till their trips.
BARNUM ISLAND ABUSES.
Tho committee appointed by the Queens County
Board of Supervisors to investigate tbe alleged abuses
on Uarnum Island held its third moctlng at Hempstead,
L h, yesterday.
John Fulcber. who had been employod as baker on
the islam! for lifteen mouths, tostiiied that he had seen
liberies McKay, a pauper, enter tho room of Mary 1'inkbum
by tbe window during tbe night for a period of
live weeks; witness' wife complained ol it to Mr.
Wright; knew of a good deal of bod clothing to have
been destroyed; tho paupers made clothes lrom tho
blankets and sheets; Mr. Wright said they could do so,
as they had no shirts.
Mr. John Anderson, one of tho county superintendents
<>f the poor, swore bo had never heard complaints
from the keeper about tbe inmates misbehaving themselves,
but had heard reporta outside; never heard any
complaints about the supplies furnished to tho hospital;
knew little of the inside management of the hospital,
board the reports in relation to Mary Pinkbam,
and spoke to Mr. Wright about it, but did not bring the
mutter belore tho Board.
Francis Fillet, a carpenter employed on the island,
LCKllUt'd that McKay bad told him that he had illicit
ntercourse with Mary l'inkham ; told Mr. Wright of It;
some of the paupers were good singers and dancers,
and told witness tnat rig tit mid nrougnt mem asnoro
to sing lu the hotel; went ashore with Wright once
when he had n jumper with him; the pauper was
treated, and "iclt jirelty good."
The girl l'inkham was expected to testily, bnt did not
tjipear. McKay, who was in custody, made his escape
on Monday lost, and has not siuco been found.
GERMAN IN THE SCHOOLS.
A meeting of the Eighth Assembly District German
Association was held last evening at No. 77 Essex
street, to discuss the question of retaining the Gorman
language in the public schoola The meeting was addressed
by Hugo Uorsch and John E. UoekeL, who were
in lavor ot the public Bcbools, but wanted the j>eopl?
in the district in which they lived thoroughly instructed
in the German language. A series of resolutions
concerning the Ucrmau instruction in the public
schools was tillered by Coroner Morns Elliogor and
adopted.
FOUND SICK IN THE STREET.;
John Sherlock, residing in Kivington street, was
last evening anil convoyed to tlic Chambers Street llocl>ital
In an insensible condition. His recovery wan considered
doubtful at a late hour last night.
Mary Leuz, residing at trie corner of Slsth avenue
ind Seventeenth street,was also taken to Iho Chainbera
street Hospital, having been found sick upon the street,
SHIPPING NEWS
OCEAN STEAMERS.
>ATK3 OF DEPARTURES FROM SKW YORK FOR TUB MONTHS
OF JANUARY AND FEBRUARY.
Stntvirr. J findis. j Jtr.-tL.fUirin OjfFsr.
Republic Jan. 29. Liverpool.. 1>7 ltroadwny
City 01 Antwerp.. Jan. 20. Liverpool.. K Mroadwav
D -untune Jan 29. [London tittBroadway
*t>ain...... Jaiw 29. Liverpool.. OfiBrosOwny
Bolivia Jan. 20. Glasgow... 7Bowuuc ilreen
America Jan. 2b. Bremen. 2 Bowiii.tr i t-eeu
iV isconsiu felt 1. Liverpool.. 29 Broadway
Jhina reh. 2. Liverpool. 4 BowlingGreen
Holland if eh. 3. London .. ,t.k'Broadwav
slaaa K'-b. It IRotterdam 60 Broadway
Kruia.. Keb. 3. Hamburg. 61 Broadway
l'ereire Keb. ! . Havre. 56 Broadway
City ol Brooklyn., Keb. ft. Liverpool.. IMtroaoway
Germanic Keh. f>. Liverpoot.. 117 Broadway
Klysia Keb. 6. Glasgow... 7Bowlinirtireen
Oder Fob. f>. Bremen.... 2 Bowxnw Ureea i
Lgypt I Feb. 5. j Liverpool.. f69 Hroadwav
Montana. Kefs 6. Liverpool.. 21'Broadway |
Bartbia ret, t?. Liverpool.. 41bowitnrilreen t
Wielanil Keb. 10. Hamburg.. 01 Broadway
Ktstcnl 1'lrglnla.. Keb. 1". Glasgow... 72Broadway
City of Montreal... Keb. 12. Liverpool lftBrnadway ;
Celtic. Bet. 12. Liverpool., 117 Broauwav
California. Feb. 12.1Glasgow... 7 Bowline tireen
Donan f ob. 12 IBremen.. 2 Bowling (iroon
t e a r.a. Keb. 16. jf.lven.ool. 4 Itow'tng Green
1'oivmerania Keh. 17. Hamburir.. 61 Broadway
I* Caland Keb. 17. Rotterdam OBroadway *
Adriatic- Kelt 10. Liverpool.. H7Broadway
City ol New Vork l eb. 10. Liverpool. i.'Broadwav
Sulier Keb. 10. Bremen. .. 2'BowlingGreen
Ktliiopia K< b. 10. tilaatrow... 7 Bowling Green
Amerique. Keb. 10 Havre . V> Broadway
Baltic ............. Keh. 2'i, Liverpool.. 37nroaawav
Nevada Keh. 22. Liverpool.. 21'Broadway
Ktete ol Indiana... Kelt 24. Glasgow... 72 Broadway
l/fOtay.. Keb. 24 H an mire. 61 "ro d?sy.
C1t?of Ricnmond. Keh. 2?. Liverpool.. if>Rroaawa>
Idaho Keb. 20. Liverpool. 2!iBro?awur
?*-ngtice to captains op vessels entering
HIE PORT OF NEW YORK AT NIGHT.-The New York
Herald baa adopted a distinguishing Coston night signal for
aae on board the llKitaLD tram yacht, showing while barn*
ing the color* red, green. red. changing from one to the otbor
In aucceeaion, and can be teen several miles distant. Captain*
of vessels, upon seeing this signal, will oblige ns by
t>reparing any marine news tbey may have fer the Ship \
News Department of the llKKALn.
^ Persons desirous of oommunlestlng with vessels arrlw.
ng st New York esn do so bv sddressing to such vessels,
rare of Herald news yacht, pier No 1 East River, New York.
Letters received from all parts of the world and promptly delivered.
Duplicates are required.
ALMANAC FOR NEW YORK?TIIIS DAY. !
RUN AND MOOR I high WATER.
Pun n.??B 7 12 | Gov. Island eve 10 179 1
Pun seta S 16 Sandy Hook eve 9 64
Moon sets........eve 6 36 | Hell Gale morn 12 24
port of new york. jan. 28.1s7c. !
ARRIVALS.
BRIORTkP BY TTlIt HRRALP STRAW YACHTS AftD HERALD
W1UTKSTUNB T>UiUKAI>n L.INBSteamer
Cornwall (Br), Stamper, Bristol Jan 12, with
rnd?e ami uaioenger* to W D Morgan 27th. 210 mile* ea?t
ol Sandy llook, paa&ed *teuu?r Knrnia (Br), houca for
Ll t*r)" '<'1
Steamer Friaia (Oer), Meyer, Hambnrg Jan 12 ria Havre
Jan lii. with mdee and 99 pnesenxer* to Kuahardt A Co.
Aut hored insid" Katidy Hook at a I'M
Steamer Canadian (Br). Miller, Almeria Pec A, Genoa
14th, Leghorn 16th, Trieste 26th, Mswtnt .Kith, Palermo
Jun 7 ami Gibraltar 12th. with (Volt to Heiidoraon Bros
Had line weather to lat 41 lis lou 4W .'>4, from thence W and
KW galea; Jan 21, lat 41 On. Ion 4054, taw a .Norwegian
bark rteering east, (bowing airnala J Kll A.
Steamer Atlaa (Br), Ie>w, Port an Prince Jan A, Santa
Martha luth. Aavanilla 13th, Aeplnwall lSth and Navaeea
22d. with milM and paevengen to Pint, Norwood k Co. Jan
1. lat 29 IS Ion 74 06, on the outward pa???ge. paaaed *chr
Oceaa Unpen, of Greonport. abandon<rd (belore reported).
Bark Nereo O (Ana), Sucieh, Borueaux 40 day*, with indao
to order.
Brig Bedowa. Wallace, Altata, rta Pernamboeo 18 darn,
with dyewood. ke. to K Probat. Paeeed Cape Horn Oct 31,
and crowed the Kqtutor Dec 21. Ion 33; wa* 6 daya north
of Hattera*. with ait-onc Nh and NW wind*.
Brig Robert M ewe (of New Haven), Dearborn. St Pierre,
Mart, 14 day*, with ingar to It Trowbridge1* Son*
Brig Gtrn (ol New Haven), Pierce. Barbado* 14 day*,
with engar. Ac, to D Trowbridge A Co. Wa* 3 day* north
of Hattera*, with "trong NE and NW gale*.
Nehr B J Wlllard (of Portland), Woodbnry, Matanta* 9
day*, with molaaae* to Baatian k Co; vauei to J U Winchester
k Co.
Scbr J D William*. Pearre. Baltimore.
PASSED THROUGH HELL GATE.
BOCWD BOTTTIL
Steamer City of New Bedford. Kiwi, New Bedford fof
New York.
steamer A that roe*. Parte. Fall River for New York.
Scbr Katie J Hoyt, lloaoey, Provident-* for New York.
Rchr Silrer Spray. Chatfield. Thorn avion for New York..
Scbr George H Mill*, Keuniatoa, Marbiehead for New
York.
Sehr S A Falconer, Wilnon, Northport for New York.
Sehr Prank Atkins. Atkln*. Providence for Philadelphia
Sehr Emily, Morrell, Stamlord ler New York.
BOUND P.A3T.
Pchr Morning Star. lHggimi. Virginia for F?lrharen.
Scbr J F Latigrell. Klorence. Virginia for KairhavaO.
CLEARED.
Steamer Republic iBr), Perry, Liverpool via Qoeenalown?K
J Cortia ... . . . ,
steamer Humboldt (Br), Mitchell. Liverpool?Boak k JoPOIli
m
steamer Spam (Br). Oraea, Llvorpool via Quoenrtoww?r
Steamer Denmark (Br), William*. I-ondon?P W J H?r*'
Steamor Navarino (Br), Bogor*. Bull, B?CbaaL W right k
Co.
Steamer Bolivia (Br). Small. Glwgow?Ilenderaon Broa
Steamer Klieabeth, Clark. Baltiuiorv via booth Am boy ana
Camden?W Iiaiaai). , _
ship Ciampa Emilia (Ttal), Jacearino, IJabon?A I
Bar* Kate Caenla (Br), l^ilnon, London?Peabody. WUlla
A o.
Hark Minerva. Themaa. Cork for order*?C W Bertann.
Bark Iirnnnlng Sophia (Nor). Petterien, Antwerp?Bookmann.
Gerlein k Co.
Bark Jupiter (Ger), Strieker. Bremen?Then Roger.
(.Bark Radolph (Gen, Parke, IIaiuborg?Fuuch. Edyo k
Bark Vlttoria M <ltal), De Martlnn, LUboa?Laaro, Storey
k Searpati.
Park Reindeer, Decker, Georgetown, I>em?H Trowbridge'*
Hon*
itr?* r> m litest* (Br^. flnnter. IUtw?C w Bfftimx.
flchr Yrllow Em*. *>e rich, tilbraiiar *i?ti Jotou ?ltt- 1
k?*n A i:?.
Schr C?rr1l E Woodhar;, Woodbtiry, B%rbidoi?H Trow- i
bHdjre'f Son*.
s< Ur Hubert Bjrron, Dod?)4<obv i3ar*co*?Jb? E Ward A j
t* I
- , *fir '
NtiART 29, 1876?WITH 5
Schr Emms Crosby, Crosby, 81 John, KB?John Buy nine's J
Bohr R A Konjtb, Babble, Stamforo?Stamfoed Manwfactnring
Co.
Schr Stmt Burton, Burtej, Stamford?Stamload
turing Co.
SAILED.
Steamer State of Pennsylvania (Br), fur OlasWiw; bark
Ea?i Lomond (Br), London; brig Alice, BalUingre,
Wind at midnight. KNK, light, with dense {TjC.
Barometer at motet, 80.02.
MABITIME MISCELLANY.
The parser of Uie eteamer Atlae, from Aspinwall, Ac, ltae
oar thanks for favors.
Bakb Uasklls. at Ban Prarciaco Jan SO from Central
America, sprang aleak off the e<iaat of California, and at one
time It waa decided to make for San Diego, ae the had three
feet of water in her bold. The leak waa discovered under
tire mtixen channel* and ?eaa stopped, and the couluiued on
for San Vrancisco, wbeoe the arrived wub the beet part of
her tails gone.
HcngMAur l.urju Jof Westport), WeVaoe, while going
into PurUand bacbor during the snow storm Tuesday night,
went aabore on flreen laland reels, but waa subsequently
hauled off with iuea ef part of (eel and rudder and leaky,
and arrived at Portland 28th.
Sens Siajtkii Deter, of Norwich, now at New London, wae
aotd at aaetlon 27th for A92o ami mortgage on her of H'ti
Win il Tit' in pate ad, of New Loudon, wae toe purchaser.
Scbb R B Tati.ob, Gardner, trora Corpus Chrleti for
, put Into pensacola J an 24, leaky.
Scnn JoBlf D Wiixiau, before reported In eotlidrm Jen
21. K) milea SE of Chlnooteague. with achr Maria A Kliaabeth,
waa from Baltimore lor Now York, With coal.
SellB Atrrwb L, Irom Boaton for Barbadoa, before . reKrted
as having lieen ashore on Knnnd Point and got oH
m reloaded deekload, and ia anchored below Boaton. waiting
a chance to proceed.
A Hbatt Cargo?The steamship Greecent City, Captain
Curtis, of Clyde's Havana line, which arrived at this port
Thuraday last from Havana, had on fralght the largest cargo
ever shipped from that port, consisting of 731 bids, 1,878
boxes, 1.81st bags sugar. 104 tierces bower, 1.023 bales tobacco.
190 caaea cigars and a large quantity of fruit.
Jauksobvillb, Jan 35?The hatches of the ?hr Florida
(O far subdued that the Work of discharging Ui? cargo in
commenced. and ail tho bay, amounting to U) bales, wn
taken out; 1000 barrels of lima, about two-thirds of which
la slsckod, atill reiuatn to be taken out. Tbe fire. which stUl
smoulders, will he smothered with sand aa the wore of
breakingout the cargo proceed*. Tbe owners now entertain
strong hopes of saving the vessel.
WiLMmoTOX, NO. Jan 28?Bark Victor CNorl, Jaeobswn,
from Wilmington, NC. for liotterdarn, tonebnd In tbe channel,
lightened and proceeded to sea without damage.
SmrnciLPiNO?The Portland (lotnpany have contracted to
build three porgj steamers for parties in Boothbny?one of
about 85 tous, the other two of 115 tons each. The hnlla
will be built in the yard of Merrill Brua. hast Leering.
Work has already been commenced.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
bat or rrkDV?hbw brcrswick?bracks fiabrob?bstabLISUBKHT
or a LIU11T OR DBRW's fOI.XT.
Information has been received that a lighthouse has been
erected on the western side ot lteaver Harbor, and the light
will be exhibited therefrom on J an 15, 1876.
The tower if square, wood, painted white, with keeper's
dwelling attached, and is 38 feet from base to vane.
The light is fixed white, elevated <45 feet above high water
mark, and visible 10 miles bolween tbe bearings NB Jg N
and through an arc of 70 ileg.
Tbe illuminating apparatus is catoptrlo *
It is intended as a harbor light.
Position?Lat 45 3 45 N, Ion 66 44 W.
There is a good anchorage between the light and tho
bouy, E by N from ft
Bearings magnetic. Variation, 17 40 westerly in 1870.
By order of the Bureau of Navigation.
R H WYMAN. Commodore. U8N. Hydrographer.
(' 8 11 vpKoog.truic Omen, Washington. DC. Jan 14,
1870.
SPOKEN.
8nlp Western Shore, McAllep, from Portland, 0, for
Queeustown, Jr.u 13, off Mendocino.
Bark Pacific (Nor;, (rum Bremen for New York, Jan 18,
lat 28, Ion 60.
Bark Harrison, from San Kranclaco for Burrard Inlet, Jan
18, 1U0 miles SW of Ban Krenctsco.
NOTICE TO MERCHANTS AND CAPTAINS
Merchants, shipping agents and shipmasters are Informed
that by telegruphiug to the 11 ail Aim London Bureau, addressing
"Bennett, No 46 Pieet stroet, London," or to the
Paris oflico. addressing "Bennett, 61 Avonne ds 1 'Opera,
Paris," the arrivals at and departures from European and
SanurA, J an 5ft? Arrived pre vtonaly. bark Virginia L Stafford
(Br), Gurry, New York.
ftaAjKiiiAi, to Jan 27?Ballad, ihlp Mikado (Br). II bury,
Kaw York.
Tabu Bat?Arrived, bark Nonpareil, Plina, Boston.
Dcamt, Jan 28?Hie British brig Laura. Capt May, from
Ball River. SC. which raceotly went ashore near bars, baa
been floated, and I* now in thta harbor.
FOREIGN PORTS.
Artiwwall. Jan tft?In port, aehr* Jonathan May. Neal,
for Trinidad do Cuba, ready; Providence, bice, for I'enaaoola.
CtK-vrraooe, Jan 32?Sailed, aehr Nellie Shaw, Catee,
New York; 2.1th. bark R W Griffiths (Br), Urunmond. do;
bri(t Halifax (Br), Rower*. Halifax; achra Martha. Newman,
New Orleans; 3bah, Thos Sinnickson, lheksraon. Philadelphia;
llorlenain. Larrabre. Huaton.
CABhiutAS, Jail 26?Arrived, achra Rate Oaxffcon, Grant,
Portland; Wm Marshall, Cain, Philadelphia; 27th, bark
Clara K MeOtlvery. W alnnt, Pensarola.
Arrived JiAb. sr.hr V R Raird, May hew, Havana.
Nailed -1 Ah. brig* H S Biahop. Biahop. north of Hatteraa;
1 llowland, Lakeman, do; erhra R 11 11 em man, Herrimea,
New York; Thoa R Pillabory, I'iieher, do.
llavaiiA. Jan 28?called, bark Arettaaa (Bp), Caaao, New
Orleana; brig Thoa Albert (Br), S to art, north of Haltaras;
26th. atnamer iiuaaie. Stowe, Indiaooia; 37th, bark Klvtra
(Sp). Short, St Mary a tie.
Sailed 21 el. bark II D Stover. Pierce. Matanaaa
llaLirax, Jan 27?Sailed, brig Wratwood tBrl, Porto
Rio.
Sailed 28th, steamer George Cromwell, Baron, New York.
M ittMM, Jen 37?Arrived, eclir W R Houston, Gardner,
Baltimore _ ,
S u'ed J.lh, bark O IV> Zaldo, Miner, r?w rora; nnp
Ktho) Holl.n Br), Bailey, north of HMtwu; Mary C Mariner.
TUromh. do, achra K T Hart, Hart, do; Alloa ? (Br),
Banndera, Charlooton,
Sailed >1.1, achra Fred Walton. Rich. Havana; 30th,
Frlarllla Acribnor, Dalaey. north of Uatterna.
Naraana, Jan 2*A? In port, brirs Rvmaooa, Craig, and Wn>
Robcrtaon, Peak, lor Baltimore, Mg.
PiaaoiM. Doc It?sailed, bark Norway, Matthewa,
Qawnatowa.
Punta Aurns, Jan .V-Arrived, brig Sal re (Br), Johnaton.
Now York.
Hava*illa, Jan IS?Ballad, rchr Witch Uaaai, ftpringar,
Rio llat.hr.
Kastcrn port* of American and all foreign vessel* trading
vitli tbe United State*, tbe *auia will be cabled to this
country froe of charge.
Captains arriving at and falling from French and Mediterranean
port* will find the Pari* office trie more economical
and expeditions for telegraphing news.
OUR CABLE SHIPPING NEWS.
Antwerp, Jan 27?Sailed, ship Annie Bingay (Br), We*toci.
Philadelphia.
Sailed 20th, barks Theodore (Nor), Nielsen, United State*;
Talisman (Nor), Dahler, do.
Bristol, Jan 27?Arilred, bark Alvlngton (Br), Adams,
New York. 0
Barrow, Jan 28?Arrived, hark Do Salaberry (Br), Levitt,
l'enaacola.
Brums*, Jan 27?Arrived, bark Freltiandel (Ger), Wachter,
Charleston.
Sailed 27th, ships John O Baker, Pennie, Philadelphia;
Britannia (Nor), Grevold, North America; bark* Marls
Kick rue r* (Ger), for New York; liellos (Ger), Zeismer, and
Ada (Br), Crosby, North America; schr Annie Burr, Simpson,
do.
Bormacx, Jan 26?Arrived, bark Grace (Br), Wade, New
York.
Barcelona, Jan 22?Arrired, brig Adoiph Michel* (Ger),
Niemann, New York.
Arrived to Jan 28, barks Gatceran (Sp), Maristmy, fievannah;
Valparaiso (Sp), Rose*, do; brig* Ana (Sp), Carroll,
Charleston; Acanla (Spi, Millet, do; Soils (Sp), Garriga,
do; Caragnena (Sp), Duran, Mobile.
Baiiia, Jno MB?bailed, bark EMnore, Scott, New York.
Castkli.akabk, to Jan 28? Arrived, brig Fidelia, Ncal,
Bnugor, Me.
Dcbun, Jan 27?Arrived, sehr AUtana Rokes, Rhodes,
New York.
Arrived 28th, brig Laura (Br), May, Bull River, 8C (tee
below).
Dunkirk, Jan 27?Sailed, bark Persevcrante (It?D, foe
New York; actr Ooorge Thatcher, Crowell, Baltimore (not
previously).
Fausoctii, Jan 28?Arrived, bark Commerce, Elliot, Rata
via.
Arrived In the English Channel 28th, bark Chin Yang
(Br), Bobbins, Philadelphia for London.
Klkktwoou, Jan 27?Arrived, bark Richard Peartc (Br)
Bartaby. New York.
GEKOA,Jan2S?Arrived, harks Francisco Glutei go (ItaO'
Lanro, New York; Riconascinte (Ital), De .Simons, do (before
reported without date).
Havrb, Jan 27?Sailed, bark AUee Roy (BV), MeEensIa,
Charleston; brig Mary Fink. Dyer. Sagna la Grande.
Cleared26th. bark Sirrah (Nor), Halvorsen. United Slates,
Ltvanroou Jan 27?Arrived, ahip City of York (Brt,
Auld. Portland, O; brigs Daphne, Copelaad, New York;
Charlotte (Dutch), Kulper. Charleston; 28th, ship Carrie
Reed, Crowell, San Fspucisco; bark Jardine Brothers (Br),
Nielsen, Charleston.
Also arrived 28th, steamer Lake Noptgon (Br), Scott,
Baltimore.
Cleared 27th, bark R A Allen, Farr, United States ; sclir
John C Sweeney, Somen, do.
Lonpoa, Jan 28?Arrived, bark Moaart (Oer), Julicher,
New York.
Lkitil, Jan 28?Arrived, bark Alfred (Oer), Schroednr,
Darfrn.
MARvKiLUtN, J an 27?Arrived, bark Mary CIIate iliggina.
New York.
Orosro, to Jan 28?Arrived, bark Hancock, King, New
York.
Pitsotth, Jan 27?Sailed, bark Leif Eriksen (Nor), Mathieaen.
Key West.
QtiKKKSTOWK. Jan 27?Arrived, bark learns (Br), Cochrane.
New York for Liverpool?put In through stress of
weather; 28th. steamer City at Montreal (Bet, Mirebooen.
Liverpool (and proceeded for New York).
Sailed 28th. 10 AM, steamer Celtic (Br), Tbompeon (from ,
Liverpool), New York.
RomnnAK. Jan 20?Cleared, ship Tleleae (Ger), Hash a"
gen. United States.
Rio Jansiro, Jan 26?Sailed, steamer Others (Br), Vearitl.
New York via Rabin, Pernnmboeo, Ae.
Santanpku?Sailed, brig Mary B Rowland, Lawton, New
V?h
supplement.
?7 j -*
i liiJouoi OcirauA DmJ-Ii port bets J I Ford,
St Jioo, Jan IB?Ballad. bark Cbaa V Ward, Gay. On antv
St Johti, NF, Jan 4? Arrired, achra 8 H 8WM. Dnnn,
Now Yark fan<l cleared Uth for 9t Tliomaa) ; 0U>. Arabell,
L??)a!a?MeKa 1^U^obM'UMedina, Mow York;
^a?ra# 17lk, edir Praik Clarke, Morton, Mow York.
Tuhmud. Jan XI?Antral, achr Tboaaa Clyde, Klafaar,
Boat oil
Vicwoaia, VI, Jan 18-8 all rd, erhr Favorite (Br). Honotola.
D*o 4?Aw-tred. barks Vlrtor, Prmd. KumU)
Sicilian. Snow, da (and both eailed Doe 12 for Now York).
AMERICAN PORTS.
ASTORIA. 0. Jan 28?Arrived. ahip Yalparaiao (Br),
Mills, Liverpool via Victoria.
ALEXANDRIA. Jau 27-Atrfvod, whet Carrie llolmoa.
Washington; Belle Uatliday, for Oeorgutuvn.
BOSTON. Jan 28-Arrtrfd steamers Meroua. Berry, New
York; AUentowu, TatAa. Philadelphia; Aries, WbeWoni d<x
brig Grace Latlirop. Atwood Hi Marc .achr Scpouet, wuey.
Virginia. . .
Below?Brig Sophia Cook (Br), Cook, from London via St
Thomas. s
Cleared?Btoamert Siberia (Bi), Harrtmniv Liverp?x>l;
Johns Hopkins, Hallstt, Baltimore^ ship Bonnie Tucker
(new). Roberta, Bombay.
BALTIMORE. Jan j7-Cleared, aehrs A C Lyon, JeflHoe,
New York; Ilenry A 1'aall. Strange, Provide sea.
28th ? Arrived, steamers Geo Appoki, Level sad. Boston;
McClelland, March. Provtdeneo; Josephine Thompson.
Moore, New York; ship Mariboroogh (Br). Monroe. London;
barks Nnovo Dovero (Itai), Cosnpodonieo. Oenoa; Paramount.
Hott. Havana; Jaa keowgy (Br). McDonald. Gloucester,
B. vis Charleston , Bertha (Nor). Hanson, Rio Janeiro;
sehr Florence Dean. Weatgate. Providence.
Below?Steamer Monsvtau (Br), Graham, from Liverpool
via Halifax.
Cleared?Steamer Wra Woodward, Yonng, New ToiktrMp
Wm WDeon, Crocker, Cork; bark Canoesa Madre (Its').
Rooealagitat*. do; Vnawdis (Nor), Lassen. do: Oanning(Br),
kitchener. Rotterdam ; J C WIBiams (Br), Vaughan, Bremen;
Tniako (Oer), Von Tbnlen, do; achr Mary Jura an,
Adams, Manaenilia.
Bailed?Barks Matilda C Smith. Nellie T Cuevt, Clbela.
and Albersine: sehr Addle Jordan.
Went to aea 2ftth, brig Clara J Attains, MtrPadden, far
MMkumm.
BULL iUYKR. Jan 35?Arrived, achr Bury (Br). Atlhowe.
Madeira.
HATII, Jan 27?Arrived achr Satilla, Rivera, Barilla
River.
CHARLESTON. Jan 27?Arrived achr Kate D Turner.
Chamberlain, New York.
Hailed?Sara AJMna. Mverpool; brig Adrian (Br), Neva
eastla. E; sohre J W Vaaneraan. Wilmington NC: Paloa.
Shack ford Mats esse; Leonard Danials, Bstoil, Gulf of
Mexico.
28th?Arrived, arbr R K Dresser, Harris. Baraeoa.
Cleared?Bark J W (Br). Curry. 81 Maryn. Oa, to load for
Buenos Ayrea: Putrhet (Hp), Pare*. Barcelona, John Black
Br), Do sue. Havre; Storjuhaan (Nor>, Mertenaen, Rottsrdam.
sailed?Bark Cari Qeorg (Oer). Htoehas, Grimsby.
RDOAJrmWN. Jan 24-Arrived, eelirs Wm Farwell,
Lord New York for Salem; H G Bird Blackington. Rockland
for Norfolk.
2.3th?Arrived, sehr R Arenlariits, Lord New York for Salem.
The n G Bird split Jib and Is hselng It repaired; will sail
mo mine of 28th.
PKKXAJiDlN A. Jan 23?Cleared, bark Skibladner (Nor),
Hansen. Dover,B.
GALVESTON, Jan 27-Arrived, bark Alamo (Oer), Braderhaaeen,
Bremen via Tyboe.
Cleared?Bark RxoelU-nren Bibbers (Swe), Borensea,
OkSrgETOWN. BO. Jam 19?Arrived, sehrs Albert Ma
son. Rose, New Yark.
2:td?Sailed, sdvr Lottie A Annie. MeCready, New York.
MOBILE, Jan 27?Cleared, sciv Harry L \Vhittoa, Rich,
Barcelona.
2Hih?Cleared bark Mondegn (Br). Davis. Kingston, Ja.
NEW ORLEANS, Jan 27?Cleared, bark Cbaa-sxe (Br),
Lindgreen, Liverpool; sehr IdaC Bidlard Small, do.
28th?Cleared, barks Lisbon, Dunning, navre; Ephrsim
Williams, Keene, Yarmouth, KB; sehr Etta A Josle, Bunker,
Philadelphia.
Botrruwiurr Pajw, Jan 27?Arrived barks Yineenso (Ital),
flora Naples; Viator (Nor). Bog. Ipswich, B.
Bailed?Brig Gerhard (Oer), Bremen.
Ship Success, for Havre, and bark Ptmjanb, bonml In, are
aground on the bar.
28th?Arrivad barks Triads (Ant), Tarabochia, Liverpool;
Brage (Nor), Byendfen, New Rosa.
Sailed?Steamer Oberen (Br) ; ship Sabtno.
NORFOLK, Jan 26?Arrived, schrt Samuel Wood Wood;
Thus Van Gilder, Van Gilder, and Mary R Hickman, Robinsun.
New York.
NEW PORT. Jen 20. PM?Arrived, sehr Fashion. Carberry,
Providence for Klisabethport.
Bailcri?Selur Georgo li Mills, Tillotson, Parker's Head for
Statea Island.
2HUi. AM?Arrived, aehr Alfle B Dver, Pawling. Dennisport
for Baltimore; sloop Nellie F Wales, ltoestuer, Providence
for New York.
NEW LONDON. Jan 27?Arrived, echrs John Belch New
port for New York; Nelson Harvey. New Bedford fordo;
Albert Jameson New York for Rockland.
POKT U AM BLR, Jen 18?Arrived. berk Born a Vista,
Lefirren, Honolulu; Victor.Sewyer, Sen Francisco.
Sailed? Berk Ilomvell Spr'agrie, Nardberg, Vellelo.
PORT TOWNSEND, Jen 18?Arrived, ship W ashington
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PORTLAND, (), J4a *7?Cleared. shtps Bowden (Br),
Edgar. Liverpool; Carlabrooke Castle (Br). Krcebndy,
Halted Kingdom; Dauntless, Chaster, do, bark Abcrcame
(Br). McAntiffa, d?.
i'ENSAOtlLA, Jan 25?Arrived, bark Gen Birch (Nor),
Pedcreen, IAverpool.
Sailed?Ship Westminster (Br), MorHs, Liverpool; bark
Africa (Nor), Mnirbead, London.
PHILADELPHIA, Jan 2S?Arrtved. steamers Saxon,
Snow, Boston; Regulator, Honors, Providence; F&tilta.
Howe. New York; barks Autonietto (Ger), Kineuaw. Bremen;
Snmineren. lVderwti. Gloucester, E; Matbilde, Bordeaux;
Dido (Bus). Bank. Belfast; A sow (Nor), Cckermano, Itotterdam;
schr Preemsn, McKensie, Prorinqptown.
Below?Setir Florence Shay. Van "Heal. from Palermo.
Cleared?Steamer Kenilworth (Br), Prowse. Liverpool;
brig Moaet Day, Cronby, Havana; eehr Geo 11 Bent, Smith,
Savannah.
Sailed?Ship Jacob Y Troop (Br), New York.
Ktsunu, Del. Jan 2R, AM?Passed down yesterday,
bark Samuel Welsh, for Bristol. Bark Be rag (Aus). for Cork
or Palmoirth. and scbr Kate Kotntuell. anchored off here last
night and left this AJd. Pawed down this morning,steamer
Centipede
Noon?Passed down this AM, bark Meridian, for Bremen.
PM?Paaaed down thia PM, ship Maria Stoneman (Br),
for DuM inPassed
ap?Schr C Ii Baylls.
Law ice, Del. Jan 2rt, I' M?Schr* E D Bndicott, and J B
Sampson went to sea at 2 I'M. A brig, supposed the 8agua,
from Sagua, passed In at noon, and a deep bark at 2 I'M.
Wind soath.
PORTLAND. Jan 26?Arrived, schr Badle WIMcut. Parker,
Boston (ami sailed for Rorkport, to lead for Penoacola).
Sailed?Srhrs Arthur Burton. Mahaska, and J J Moore.
2Rth?Arrived, steamer Caspian (Br), T rock a, Liverpool;
ar.hr David 11 Tolck, Sawyer, da
Cleared?Steamer Bermuda, for Halifax; bark Golden
Sheaf. Thompson, Greenock ; scbr Wm Mason. Wilmington.
PROV.IDKNCK. Jan 27-Arrlved, schrs Clara Kteteher.
Sargent, New Orleans; Wm N Leaner, Egbert, fort JohnSmiled?Srhrs
Gee WWhitford. Bryant. Ponce. PR: Ell
Towusend, Nichols, New York; sloop Fred Brawn, Wilson,
do.
At the head of Long Island Sound 26th, PM. bound east,
brig Helen A Holmes: schrs Rachel Jane, Clara Palmer,
Dart, and SparteL
Bailed from Dutch Island Harbor 26th, schrs Loalsa Birdsail
Barrett, Boston for Baltimore; Bonny Boat, Keller,
Parker's Head, Ms, for Stolen Island.
RICHMOND, Jan 26?Arrived, brig Marianna I (Port),
Des Msrces, New York; schr Lena M Cottinghaui, Outten,
do.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan 20?Arrived, ship War Hawk,
Doyle, Port Discovery; barks Gaaelle (Col), Wilkins, La
1 IKapAa/I' Nrwili wnsl Vaviiham Port M aitinnn Sninima
Newberry, Departure Buy.
Cleared?Berk Villc da Temple (Kr), Pliesea, Punta Arenac
hrtg Sea Walt, llastorf, Portland.
Sailed?Bark Ida P Taylor, Din. Callao: ar.hrt Alexina
(Hex), Alaaeoo, La Pea; Lovet Peacock, Weeks, San Joae
de Guatemala.
2Htb?Arrived, ablp Sydney Dacrea (Br). Blake, Liverpool.
8EATTLR, Jan 17?Arrived, bark* Jenny Pitta, Blinn,
Ran Francisco; Montana, Tattle, do; brig Levi Steven*.
Hall, do; IKth. bark Aureola. Catbcart, do,
SAVANNAH, Jan 38?Arrived, ft earner Leo, Danlela,
Nassau, NP; bark Sacnenay (Br). Forbes. Liverpool; actira
Wm R Drary. Hondersoa, New York; Daniel Pieraon, Pierson
do; John N Parker, from Richmond.
Cleared?Barka J B Newcotnb (Br). Neereomb. Liverpool;
Colonist (Br\ Beynnn, Darieu; arlirs J A Brown, for Cardenas;
J W Drtiry, Snow, Brunswick, (la.
Hailed?Steamer Cea Rarnea, Cheese man, New Tork;
aehrs Karl P Mason, Mckerson, Providence; LUa Babcook,
Baboock. Baltimore.
8TOMINUTUX, Jan 27-Arrived, schr Swaan K Naab, Appletnan,
Poit Johnson.
Hailed?Srvhn Cberub, Fletcher (from New Tork), Bangor;
Jennie C Rnaa (from New London*, New York.
WILMINGTON. NC. Jan J7-Cleared, bark Tltanla (Nor),
Hansen. Liverpool; hrlpi Jarlen (Nori. Rominrlhoff. Nassau;
Hoskummaran (Nor*, Wabl, I/onduo, i'ttia (Nor), Tborsea.
Liverpool.
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