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A Plain Setting Forth of the Case feu
TIIE NAKED LOGIC OF FACTS,
Colonel Broilhead Buddy Batter* the De
THE LETTER CARRIERS* TALE
Alleged Proofs of Attempts to Purchas(
Perjured I estimony.
TOE INTRODUCED DOCUMENTS
St. Locis, Ma, Feb. 18, 1STA.
Colonel Brodbead's opening tor the government
which occupied little over two hours, was e plain
straightforward, homely speech, of so rhetorical bril
llancy, but of much convincing force. Mr. Brodbeat
is a fine looking old man, with a large, round, smooth.
Quaker-like face, that bears an unmistakable expressiot
of honesty and good uatura There was no bltterncsi
or violence In his argument; on the contrary, hodwel
anxiously on his sincere wish that the Jury should noi
convict tho defendant unless they wero positively convinced
of his guilt Ills speech loft an Impression ol
great fairness, and also that the prosecution cared nothing
for an acquittal, if It only he Just. Mr. Brodbcad
X fits point
when, almost at the beginning, be showed that the letters
between Babcock and Joyce, adduced by the defence
for the purpose of showing their political intimacy,
ceased after 1871, and that no such letters were
to be found written during the time of the alleged conspiracy,
between 1673 and 1878. This D?at and telling
point was followed by a reference to Douglass' testimony
that Babcoclc came to him to know if anybody in
the department, meaning any revenue agent, was going
"West, as ho wanted to send a bird?a thrush?along
with him, and he argued from the surrounding circumstances
that this was only a pretence to ascertain If i
raid had been projected. The use by Babeock of the
stolen letter from Brooks to Deputy Commlssionei
Rogers, the showing of the "Sylph" despatch by Joyce
to Bevls, and by Bevts to his partner Fraser, as wall as ol
the letter written in pursuance of the "Sylph" despatch,
and which reassured them that It was suie to goon with
the manufacture of illicit spirits, tho telegrams which,
by a comparison of dates, showed to Brodhead that
they wore all sent in lurlherancc of this conspiracy,
the attempted interference by Babcock with the order
transferring the supervisors, Everest's and Grimes'
testimony, and the failure of the defence to contradict
the first by Avery or by Magill, whom be denounced as
a witness manufactured for the occasion, and tho latter
by McDonald, who could have produoed the throe letters
from Babcock, if they were of a harmless character?these
were the other allegations of the government
on which Colonel Brodhead dwelt with greatest
emnhusis. All this proved to him that the conspirators
A FRIEND "NKAR TUB THRONE."
With mock pathos he termed Babcock "The.victim
of misplaced contldence, "The Innocent babe at Washington,"
and, by alluding to his brilliant education and
career, as recited by ex-Attorney General Williams, ho
tacitly showed how they militated against the idea of
aucb imbecility on the pari of the defendant. Quite a
sensation was created when. In vehement lancuago, he
characterized the revocation by the President of the
Douglass order as of doubtful authority under the
law, and repeated the charge with strong empnitsis.
The vigorous old gentleman fairly spoke in tones
of thunder as he said to the Jury, in conclusion:?"If
you find that corruption has
nestled within the precincts of tbo Presidential mansion
crush it out." It was expected that Mr. Storrs
would finish ,4 tbo afternoon, but he only spoke an
hour and a half and then asked an atjjournment on account
of sudden palpitation of the heart As fears
might be entertained lor his life, it will bo gratifying to
all Ins friends to know that he looked remarkably well
and strong and tbat the additional lime that he now
has for preparation will enable him to meet Brodhead*!
blows with much greater force than he coula have dons
this afternoon. It now looks as though the case could
Hot go to the jury before Tuesday evening.
a tut* SAT I Oil ax INTKRMKEZO
la promised In the statement that two letter carriers,
Hartman and Keller, have confessed that they were
approached with a bribe to tell the same story thai
Mogill related, and will probably make affidavit to that
effect. One thing is certain, tbat the prosecution
knew several days before Hsgill was put upon the
stand that the defence were looking out for a letlei
carrier who would give just such testimony, and gave
a statement of that fact to your correspondent, whe
declined to publish it at that tlmo, as tending tc
prejudice tho case of the defence^ If the opinions
expressed by the community at large reflect
the sentiments of the jnry it is quite certain that th<
wefeace have ruined their cose by putting Maglll on tbs
stand, lor even strong advocates of Kabcock's inno
ecnce, who have strenuously persisted that there wsj
no proof against him and that he was sure to bt
Af/itiitiA/1 nitur riitplurn ihil Hiripfi \fui?i?]'a avMatim
they believe In nil probable conviction.
The Jury's laces, in listening to tbe arguments, hare
grown even more stolid and even sterner than before,
and tbene rugged, plain countenances, with their fixed,
unmoved, forbidding expression, certainly tell no hope
ful tale for the defendant.
colossi. bkoohbad'S ADDRRSfl.
Alter speaking of the attention which the Jury had
given during the ten days ot the trial, and his hehel
that the jurors meant to do their duty, Colonel Broilbead
said;?"The government I represent is not the
Congress, the President or the Judiciary, but it Is the
taw ol tbe land: the strict enforcement of the law m
vital to national existence; it la lor you atmply to inquire
If the law has been violated by thu
deiendant, and If it has it is for you
to take cognisance of It and the punishBient
u In your bauds The Grand Jury found an
Indictment against this uian, but you are to pass on tli?
evidence submitted to you, and II yon believe the defendant
is guilty yon are not to be influenced by bis
former good character. Men as good as be bare fallen
before temptation. A conspirac) may exist by solemn
agreement or by tacit understanding, and one who
connives at tbe purpoee of a guilty combination or
Shield* it Is himself guilty In the eye of the law.
Colonel brodbcad ibeu' reviewed at great length the
evidence, uot confimug himself to the tuatlmony for
the covernment, but using, as be went along, the
letters aud telegrams and witnesses of the defence.
"1 will show you belore I get through, gentlemen." he
sid. "that their tracks all lead in the same direction,
every one ol them. There Is not a singio one turned
the other way."
thb aaaciss appoihtorst.
At nearly every po.ot the President's deposition was
quoted aud the construction put upon It wnich carried
out tbe theory of the prosecution. After rsadmg the
telegrams between Joyce and Babcock, about a successor
to Ford in 1873, Colonel Brodbead said it seems
from the President's deposition that Babcook came to
bun to >ee what he eould do for Joyce as a candidate
lor Ui? vacancy. The rreitdenl said, "No, let the
bondsmen of ford recommend somebody." Babcock
telegraphed Joyce, "jeo that Ford's bondsman
recommend you." Joyce understood thai
wbeu be ?ent back the message"An expression
from the President will secure everything. " Babcok
understood L What couid have been meant otnei
than that the conspiracy was to go en t And when
Joyce rent tbo measure recommending M ago ire, and
with it one to Babcock, m which he usee the word
' Mum," the defence ray that this meant that Babcock
was not to mention that Joyce had been a oandtdate.
tan any mm accept this as a sensible conclusion f
Tina "Mum" means that there was something bidden
and secretly understood between Joyce end thin defendant
which they did not wish to have known.
TBS BRBAK IK TUB JCTCS lUBCOCn LBTTBKA
They bave introduced at this point in their defence a
long series ol letters which passed between Joyce and
tiabcock. commencing formally and then growing laniillar,
with such addresses an "My dear lot," "My dear
Joyce." But these letters atop In 1173, Why don't
?bey produce tbe letters of 1H74 and 1876, when the
gistilleriee were running oot the "crooked" el their
fellest capacity * Thnee letters commence in 1170, and
un down through 1*71 and t?73; but in 1873 there la
bnly one. nod after that not one. Where are the others
ef 1874 and 18767
i Colonel Bredhrad then passed to u,e telecratns of
Uaseh 1111 aKan Jnvr* wen oeda..A to fvi.r ..
and A eery notlfted Dun that agent* were going to gt
. an. Arary furnished the information. bat be could
(>ol atop tba amenta, a# Joyce ?aat the telegram to
tmbeock, "Make Dauglaa* call off his/caudal hoonda"
That taaaas acmathiag. Tba "scandal bound*" were
tailed oft Mr. Douglas* remember* tbat Babcoek
saw bJ? about lb la time and aakod bita about Lku
BMW, ud teM him ne atr(M iftiinrt Far* wnrn i
being investigated. '
Colonel Brodhuad then sketched the despatches
through the fall of 1874, when effort* were being made
to get off t real in 81 Louie. He noted the various delays
for the elections. and sarcastically said these revenue
men were politkal machines. The elections to
these distinguished individuals were of more consequence
than Ibe detection of frauds on the revenue
r These delays dated down to the l*th of December,when
Brooks, with his men walling in Philadelphia, Pa, was
notified that the raid was oft It was on the 13th of
December, Bahcock, having seen the Commissioner,
telegraphed McDonald the "Sylph" despatch. "I succeeded;
they will not go." The Bins knew of the
defeat a day before the raiding party did. when Kogere
told McDonald on.tho 8th of December that the sgcnls
had not gone Thai was onough to satisfy McDonald,
and make him feel so good that he sent his telegram to
Joyce, "Dead dog; tha goose hangs antiiudolum; the
. a STOLSV LRTTKR.
^u, ncuuaftid UIU uuiurniunj cw iu WUMWH ?..?*
on which he relied A letter from Brooks lied been
stolen from Kogt rs' desk and a wrong construction had
been put apoii that letter, and it had been put In Babcock's
hana, who, before the 16th of December, ns
Douglass testified, showed this to Douglass and gave
It a blackmailing construction. Why should Babcock,
with all tbo manifold duties which he Is credited with,
have busted himself In this secret and hidden manner,
binding Douglass not to tell Hogers who had shown
him the letter.
3 General Babcock worked for five days, In s manner
which would have been remarkably disinterested had
be been un innocent man, in behalf of the King, appealing
not only to Mr. Douglass, but the President,
and telling the latter that he had told Mr. Douglass
that officers ont here ought not to be treated as
thieves Now, was there anything In this letter to
warrant the usaortton that officers were being treated
* 'as spies T Most assuredly not, and Babcock did
not speak by that letter, but by knowlodge
Independent of it Taking up tbo revocation
order of the President, Colonel Brodhead said the
President bad declared that Babcock did not influence
' him in the revocation of the order transferring super>
visors; but that did not prove that Uaboock had not
worked elsewhere to that end. The testimony shows
, that he went to Douglass, who had the power to revoke
the order. It shows that by warning that gentleman of
> the disastrous effect which this order must have on his
prospects for preferment be tried to induce action on
his part; tt'shows that Joyce, on receiving Information
that the order had been reduced to a temporary arrangement,
telegraphed Babcock to "posh things," and they
Til* KXPLANATlOS OF Tit* PRBSIDBNT
and Supervisor Tutton for the revocation of that order
f were not at all adequate to the act (Sensation). They
explained that because the supervisors all over the
, country had learned of the order some days before
they had titue to straighten up affairs If anything was
wrong, and therefore the whole schsme would be defeated;
but such was not at all tbe ouse. Tbe order as
suggested originally, and tbe Prosidont himself claims
the credit of It, was Intended, not to discover Irauds
already committed, but to secure future benefits. It
was held that the distillers had gotten into such ruts
i with the old snpervisors that new ones would readily
catch them napping. The Colonel repeated that the
reasons given by the President and Mr. Tutton
[ were not at all sufficient, as they amounted
to really no reasons at all. There wore oilier and more
powerful influences brought to bear, and tbe exigencies
1 of tbe case seemed to be such that the Ifresldcnt
I stepped down from his high position to mterfore with
r tbe duties of one of the department officers. The order
was revoked, too, by telegraph, which of itself was a
strange proceeding and questionable in law. This susi
pension was made tbe day after Joyce telegraphed
, Babcock to push things against the weakening enemy.
Colonel Brodhead then referred to the fact that the
dolence, recognizing the damning effect'oi Everest's
i testimony about the letters, placed on the stand
t A MANUFAITUKKD AMI TRAIN*I) W1T.NKSS
named Magnl, whoso accurate momory of every detail
of the circumstance In regard to which he desired lo
testify, whose remarkable lorgolfulness as to the names
of any of tbe hundreds of other persons to whom ho
had returned letters, and whose ndnilssiou of having
committed those unlawful acts, to say nothing of his
suffering manner when under cross-examluation,
proved him a most contemptible falslller. The jury
had seen htm, and little ueediie said about him. The
defence had claimed that tbe letters written by Babcock
to McDonald under cover of Major Grimes were of an
iunocont character. But what was tbe necessity of
this correspondence J What was tho necessity of such
secrecy ? Whut was the occasion ol his thus
usiug his confidential friendf Ana, finally, why arc
not those Innocent letters produced, or why is' not
McDonald put on the stand to testify 1 Major Grimes
recognized in that simple fact a strong ground for
suspicion; so strong, lu fact, that he boldly asked
McDonald if Babcock were "in,this thing," declaring
that if he were, he would have nothlug more to do
with him. There were many things which might have
been explained by the defence If Babcock were innocent,
as the witnesses who so explain are living and
are accessible. Avery, for instance, ought have tostilled
that bo did not receive that letter inclosing $600,
which was mailed at the same time as the other was
mailed to Babcock, but they did not see tit to put him
It had beou said that Babcock was a victim ol misplaced
continence. He was the Innocent babe of Washington
City. He, born and reared in Vermont, educated
at West Point, a man of large army experience, and
Anally an occupant of a position the duties of which
were varied and Important, and which required the disbursement
of half a million dollars yearly?he the victim
of misplaced contidencel
Tne Colonel closed with the admonition that the Jury
be not influenced by consideration of position, but that
if they found that corruption nestled within tho While
House they crush it out. He had confidence that they
hud tbe manhood and the flrmneas to render a verdict
according to their conviction.
ABO17* KNT FOR TB* DSPKNCR.
On the reassembling of the court this afternoon Mr.
Storm opeued tho argument for tbe defence. Ho
asked no consideration tor bis client becauso of his
position, but be asked, insisted, aye. demaudod, that
the testimony In the case be weighed with the same ?
1 impartiality that would bo accorded to that in a
case wherein the humblest newsboy was on trial Ho
cautioned the jnry against permitting themselves to be
swept off of their feet by the terrible storin ofexrftcment
1 to which the whiskey ring developments have given
rise. He characterised the court as in its higher reality,
an elevated plate an toward which the eyes of 40.0u0,000
of people bto directed, and particularly to the jury. He
regarded public opinion, when all of the farts
in a case are before the public, ana whon
the fever of a wrongly Induced excitement
la over, as fair and just; but, he said, ft has never
I been deemed safe and reliable in the administration of
Justice since tliat day 2,000 years ago when it prpfaned
the Judgment teal and insulted heaven with the
1 cry of "Crucify Him, crucify Him." A con>
splracy charge, ho said, was the only one
known to tho law which may result
In one man's punishment for another man's crime,
and this but makes the necessity for positive proof of
i guilt the greater. He said the government during the
, past year have made great and thorough preparation
for the trtaL The cradle and the grave had been
1 robbed for evidence, and the sanctity of privileged
I communications between counsel and client had been
, invaJe<l but really nothing had been adduced to prove
tho defendant's guilt, only three wretched, purposeless,
1 meaningless telegrams had been fouud in his handwriting.
Ho paid a high tributo to Colonel Brodbead's
I abilities, but said that his argument had no heart in it.
but was given as the beBt that could be dono for a bad
1 case. Tbe Colonel seemed to have forgotten or to
i have determined to lorgel that the first lesson of the
profession Is that the law presumes a man innocent till
his guilt Is proved. General Babcock had not come
Into the Court, however, protected and clothed with
that presumption, as the Jury could not hut know.
Kvery speech that had beeu made in that trial denied
him that presumption, and finally in the summing
up conviction waa asked, not that his guilt had beeu
I proved, but because he had failed to introduce testlr
monv to prove bis innocence. He sskod the Jnry to
I read the telegrams In evidence In light oflhe days in
> which thev wore written, and not In the light ol
> to-day, which is
i a fai.ss i.in tit,
Road them remembering tnat when they wore wrlti
tcu Joyce and McDonald were occupying trotted
i ]>oatt)ons, and not as to-day bankrupt in position and
character and in the felon's cell. I charge you, geni
Hansen, to go through and weigh every word 'from the
i witness stand, and say to me whether it is shown that
General Babcock had any reason to suspect
i that MrDonald and Joyce were engaged in a
conspiracy of this kind, where is the evidence? I defy
any man to point me to the spot or placo which indicates
that General Babcock knew the corrupt scheme
In which McDonald and Joyce were engaged. Colonel
II rod bead tells you that conspiracy is s hard crime
to prove. Ah, that carries this lurking
idea that because It Is difficult to prove,
therefore, gentlemen, 1 cordially Invite yon to asenmo
a crime wbK-b we have not provon. General Babcock
never saw one of these distillers; he is as ignorant of
he frauds aa Fitsroy evidently was of the teachings to
l>e drawn from a alory ol Ananias and 8apphira If he
had known, don't you know that at soma point this
knowledge would have leaked out? If be had, they
would easily have proved It. Not one of this horde of
distillers who have been trooped up, defiling this place
with their presence, knew General Babcock, save by hia
reputation at a public man.
i roMTiCAi. axiowrci**.
Conndel then reviewed the testimony, beginning
i with the despatch from Joyce announcing Ford's death,
i and asking that the President should act cautiously
about his successor. He went on to those from Ford's
bondsmen asking the appointment of Constantino
I Maguire, but n&ade no strong point At this time, he
i said, Joyce came to the front as a candidate,
and the President said to General Babcock: ?
"Tell all applicants that tha appotament will
i not be made at present, and not until the
suretiee of Mr. Ford are consulted " And now I come
I to the first despatch from General Babcock to Joyce ?
"Get Ford'a bondsmen to recommend you " Gentlemen.
we have all been in convention*; we have teen
a candidate, when it la evident be cannot be elected.
i worship Uie rising sun. rush to tbe fron and move tbe
unanimous election of bt* rival. So after the President
bad made up bis mind Joyce rushed to tbe front and reoon
mended Maguire, and then be sends to Babcock
' Seedespatch sent to tbe President; we mean it. Mum."
Colonel Brodbead asked what It means Why, Just
what it says Joyce alwavs did attach more Importance
to bis despatches than anybody else. "Mum"
about whatf Now, men ere not overanxious when tbey
have been candidates and have been bealea to
bavo it known. Joyce says to Babcock:?"I join
cheerfully In Maguire's appointment, but don't let
these fellows know 1 have beea a candidate." In the
presence of tbeee (beta, J denounce tbe charge against
tbts defendant as participating In the appointment of
Maguire for a guilty purpose as wicked and cruel
We possess tbe physical power to do eertata
tbinga, but you have not the power to dedaoe guilt,
from that * tat eaten t of circumstances. Leasing this
Jury box. if you say it mouas guilt, that ennscMMO In
your bosom would pursue you through life and dog
your footsteps to the grave. Into your toula such n
crime would burn and burn forever.. Into the fog end
I vapor af this charge se pcuf tbe dear, bright)
: HERALD, SOTTDAT, FBI
glorious sunshine, oumins from Lho Almighty himself
and dispel it Isn't U splendid to lilt ourselves above
these prejudices and to say, "Thank Cod republican
and democrat alike. It Is a glorious delight that tn what
was darkened with the charge of guilt we And an innocence
radiant In its character." I feel aa 11 an tnsptraUon
were raining down upon yon and upon me. It ta
that blessed sonee of noble Jounce that raises us above
tho petty prejudices of mankind.
ILUtBHS OS MR. STORK*
Here Mr. Storrs stopped, am) after leaning against
the table for a moment, said to the Count?
"If Year Honor please. It distresses me to ask another
favor of this Court, but I am subject u> palpitation
of the heart and speak only with great dlfllully today.
Allow me to stop for ten minutes."
Colonel Dyer requested thai Mr. Storrs be permitted
to finish his speech Monday.
The Court granted the request and ordered an adjournment.
The fact that the Joyce-liabcock loiters used by the
defence to prove that their aJlianoe was a political one
were tnrued over to them by Joyce, through his attorney,
ex-G#vcrnor Fletcher, has evoked a great deal
of comment. It has continued the impression that
Joyce Is actively sympathizing with the defendant and
still hoping for an Executive pardon. Tl>u totters aro
supposed to be some of those which Mrs. Joyce had
quilted in hor jietticoais at her recent visit tc her busband,
at Jefferson Citv, but while they were gives to
the defence others of s tar more Important character,
which date from a later period, and are presumed to be
signod "Bullfinch" and "B. Finch," and which the
prosecution wanted to get bold of, still elude their
grasp. The Important testimony of Major Crimes was
obtained by the government through the sister of
McDonald, Mrs. Tom Walsh, who told another woman
who again told another, kc., till It reached the wife of a
friend of Colonel Dyer, who gavo the latter the information.
POLITICAL CHESS PLAY.
THH JUMBLE IN NEW YORK CITY POLITICS?
MAYOR WICKHAM'S DEAL OOVEBNOB TILDEN,
COMPTROLLER GREEK AND MB. JOHN KELLY.
The local political jumblo?owing to the lntrignes of
Mayor Wickham with the republican party, the alleged
coldness between Governor Tllden and Comptroller
Green, the troubles within Tammany Dull Itself, owing
to the daily increasing unpopularity of "Boss" Kelly?
continues to be the subject of goneral discussion. Last
Sunday's IIskald contained an exclusive account of
Mayor Wickham's peculiar tactics in this connection.
Politicians shook their heads gravely and said,
"There's a good deal In It." This political game of
chesB among our local leaders Is not very new. Tweed
Inaugurated the pastime and It has been followed oat
to the letter by his successors in Tammany Hall. The
dear peoplo arc supposed to look on quietly and "pay
the fiddler." Tbey do not know what la going on behind
the scenes, and it Is only by reference to tho
IIkrai.d and other Indoncndont iournala that their
eyes are opened. Mayor Havcineyer wrote at one lime
relative to a certain class of politicians that they cheated
tbo public by day and sat up ull night to eheai one another
at cards. Tbo statement was true. The principle
has not yet been changed, notwithstanding the
wonderful reforms supposed to bo Inauguratod under
the rtgine of "Boss" Kelly ana "my candidate."
There is not the slightest doubt the contract heretofore
alluded to Dolwecn Mayor Wicltham and the republicans
was solemnly entered Into. The Police and
.Excise Commissioners and other appointments were
to be handed ovor to the Custom IIonse. Bot rumor
Is now busy with the statement that there is a hitch
as to the Police ilominissionerships, owing to certain
technicalities arising in the appointment of the
present incumbents. It was generally conceded that
Mr. Voorhls' term expires in May. So the republicans
claim, and nobody turned up to question such a claim
until within the past few days. Now the story
goes thai Mr. Wheeler's term expires in May, thus
giving Mayor Wickham au opportunity of appointing a
democratic successor after the adjournment of the
Legislature This would prove a sad disaster to tho
republican combination should it tarn out to be truo .
The game would then rest with Mayor Wickham, be.
hind whom are "Boss" Kelly and Governor Tiiden.
Bat It seems ludicrous that dust could be thrown so
easily into the eyes of the republicans of this city.
They are generally adroit in playing political games of
chess and scarcely ever make a lalse move. The
mental calibre of their opponents in Tammany Hall Is
also far below mediocrity. They cannot bo checkmated
by this false move, and something olse must
be on the board by which they can gain a king, If
this story Is true as to Mr. Voorhts' term of office.
TUB TAMM0.5T SOCIETY.
A resolution bos been prepared In this city and wtl
be forwarded to the Legislature next week directing
Attorney General Fairchlld to investigate the Tsmmanyi
Society. If abuses have crept tn he ts also directed to
inaugurate proceedings immediately In the courts
against this secret organization.
The spring Convention to elect delegates to the Democratic
National Convention will probably meet in April
or May next Men from the Interior assert that the
question will not thore be asked, as on the occasion ef
me last ouw wunuuuu ? ojinvuio, IT uh uura luc
Governor want?" but "What is best for the democratic
party ?" The country Is moving In this matter now,
and aprtrfe olcctions In various parts of the Slate tell
this story conclusively. Ex-Lieutenant Govenor
Allen C. * Beach, of Watertown, Is a man who
possesses the confidence of his party throughout
the State to a considerable decree.
He was formerly chairman of the State Committee,
and always stood by Governor Tildeu. The latter has
lately given him the cold shoulder, together with other
democrats of the old school. His Excellency has travelled
into strange byways and taken up new men comparatively
unknown. His conduct has lDcensed a
greut many democrats against biu throughout the
State. When Beach was chairman of the State Committee
he stood out for "Undo Sammy" against Tweed
and Sweeny. The latter distinguished gentlemen
wanted the present Governor's scalp, but Mr. Beach
stood in the way sod protected his now ungrateful
friend. The result follows that the ex Lieutenant Governor
and ex-chalrman of the State Committee, who
has a great many friends In the anti-Tammauy parly,
will do all ho csn to shelve "Uncle Sammy," not alone
for the Presidential nomination, but for the Governorship.
mcesrings or thb governor and "bobs" kblly.
Bickerings have undoubtedly arisen between Mr.
Kelly and Governor Tllden. The While House has entirely
obscured the vision of tbe latter gentleman to
the local quarrels of his party going on in New Tork
city. He underrated the anil Tammany strength and
gave it the cold shoulder at Syracuse, after, as is
staiod, pledging himself to the Comptroller that It
would be recognizod on the door of the Convention. It
Is now understood that the anti-Tammany people, to
bo revonged upon the Governor, will send delegates to
the National Convention, The feeling against Mr. Tildes
Is so strong In the West, particularly In Ohio,
there Is little doubt that those antt Tammany delegates
will reoetvc proper recognition at the hands of the Con
ventlon. This has frightened the Governor and has Induced
tilra lately to make overtures to anil-Tammany.
Mr. John Kelly is strongly opposed to fusion
with outside elements. He knows that snch a
policy would leave him out In the cold,
and that hia career as political "Boss" would
then necessarily be ended. There necms to be little
doubt that be favors Hendricks for the Presidency.
Those of his immediate stafl, who are supposed to echo
his sentiments, shout out loudly agstnst Governor Tilden.
They aliudo In disparaging terms to his policy
and management of the party. If those men did not
have authority to express themselves In this manner
they wonld not dare to do so. No later than last week
tbe Hxnai.o'N representatives heard one or the "Bobs' "
sate LI l tea make use of very strong language against tbe
Governor. Now, these matters hnve come to the ear* of
tbe Governor, and be naturally feels sore. An attempt
was recently made to bnng together Senator Kernan,
Governor Tllden, Mr. John Kelly, Congressman Lamar
anil other bout horn gentlemen who happened to
be In the city. Thus the story goes:?There
?il to be a grand Presidential rehearsal
all around. The troubles of the democratic
party in this city and Bute wcro to be discussed. The
consolidation of Tatnmauy and anti-Tammany interests
was also to be broached. Mr. Kelly said he had to atUnd
a funeral that day. Then tho date was changed
and Senator Kernan went as a messenger of "Grace,
Merry end Peace." "Tell Governor Tllden," said Mr.
Kelly, "that If be wants 10 see me I can be found at ray
office daily." This is the narrative as related by a
gentleman who claims to know the inuer workings of
our democratic happy family.
The republicans are in a high mate of glee over these
squabble*. While they can keep up such dissensions
tbey are certain of carrying the State and probably the
city on a combination ticket ncit falL Their convention
to elect delegates to the National Convention will
probably meet at Syracuse in April. Those gentlemen
adroitly fight their persoual battles behind the scenes.
Democrat* must display their "Tread on the-tall-of myeeat"
propensities before the public gaze. Buch a
spectacle can only bring disasur and defeat.
UHKIN AN0 TUB MAYOR.
Borne people assert that the entente cordial* between
Comptroller Green and Mayor Wickham has been restored,
but It Is not so. The Comptroller Is an eiceptioualty
shrewd man, and studious of the political situation.
He sees the handwriting on the wall, which
declares Wickham's political demise after the SLst of
December next, and be objects to being carried down
MMtm with him II li nnw Alleged thtl OTeftUTM
came to the Comptroller from Mr. Wickham for an
alliance offensive and dtifensive. The anawer of Mr.
tireen, (iron to the Hir.au> representative^, on food
authority, waa aa follow?"When too are ready, Mr.
Mayer, to have the department under Tammany Hail
administered aa bustneaa men transact their affair* I
am wining to co operate. Bat when yon come to ap
point men who do not understand their duty? barker*,
blind men and the like?for Inspector* of Public
"Works, I cannot co operate "
Thoa doea the wily Comptroller take erery opportunity
to awtke back at thoee who oppose l?lin. The erV
denoe before lite late Senate InraatlgaUng Committee
gare him tbia opening, and be wan not slow to arall
bimeelf of IV
The hard worked statesmen to Albany baring taken
5K0XKT zo, T8T6.?QTTAI
m resting spell tbr several days next week win be pr
ducxiTo at considerable caucusing and wire-palling I
this city. Several of the country Henatore and men
ben of Assembly arrived to town yesterday.
BBOOKLYN SHOPLIFTEli8 ARRESTEI
Yesterday afternoon Detectives Powers sod Loom
saw two women go down Wtlioaghby street, BraoUjr
and tote a doorway, where one of them attempted
bldo a piece of silk under ber clothing. Tbey were i
rested, and the property was I denuded by Tliurber
Porter, of No. 87a Vuiton street, who said they k
another piece on Wednesday la the sac
way. It was valued In aB at $76. The prisoners reins
to give their names or say where they lived, exce
oo lbe condition that the youngest of the tt
who, the police say, Is pretty, sbonld be allowed to
home, in which esse the oiber piece of silk wonld
given apt Later ta the evening a boy esmo to t
police station to Inquire for his mother, snd throu,
htm the police found out the residence of the prisonej
la Union or Baltic street, snd recovered the balsn
ef the goods Tlio nsme of one of the womon
Creamer. The youngest lsdy was to have been tnsrri
last evening. Both were detained.
The ocean steamers that sailed yesterday took c
the following mails:?Adriatic, 24,703 letters and
bags of newspapers - Anchorta, 70 letters; L'Amdrlqt
8,740 letter* and 6 bags of papers; Nectar, 36,125 li
ters and 80 bags of papers; King Arthur, 2,400 lette
and 1 bag of papers Total, 60,043 letters and 06 b?
DutTBS OF DBraKTUKIS FROM KM W TORS FOR Tils HOXT
or FKliKUAKT AMO MARCH.
auamer. SaiU. Dattmatltm. j Oy*na
Wyoming t.lFeb. 3' !. Liverpool.. 38 Broadway
Java Fob. 23. Liverpool.. 4 Bowling (/reel
State of Indiana... Feb. 24. Glasgow... 72 Broadway
Herder............. Feb, 24. Hamburg. 01 Broadway
England .... .... Feb, 20. Liverpool.. 00 Broadwav
P I.aland Feb. 26. Rotterdam. 50 Broadway
City ot Richmond Feb. 26. Liverpool.. 15 Broadway
Baltic Feb 2t>. Liverpool.. 37 Broadway
Ethiopia Feb. 36 Glasgow... 7 Howling (free!
Sailer Fob 26 Bremen 2 Bowling Greet
Idaho .' Feb. 28. Liverpool.. 38 Broadway
Russia..... M'ch 1. Liverpool.. 4 Rowling Great
Sfiovia I.Mr'h 2 lllambnru 161 Rroiulwav
City of New York.. Mo'h 4. Liverpool.. 15 Broadway
Republic M'ch 4. Liverpool. 37 Broadway
Victoria M'ch 4. Glasgow-.. 7 BowlingGreet
Lafayette. M'ch 4 Havre 5ft Broadway
I If nil aim M'ch 4. Bremen.... 2 Bowline Greet
Stialn.... M'ch 4 Liverpool. 69 Broadway
Nevada............ Mc'h 7 Liverpool.. 28 Broadway
China M'ch 8 Liverpool.. 4 Bowling Ureal
State of Feunsyla. M'ch 8. Glasgow.... 72 Broadway
Oellert Mc'h 9. Hamburg.. 61 Broadway
Rotterdam Mc'h 9 Rotterdam. SO Broadway
Germanic M'ch 11.1 Liverpool.. 37 Broadway
City of Brooklyn. M'ch 11. Liverpool.. IS Broadway
Egypt..? M'ch 11. Liverpool.. 69 Broadway
Bolivia M'ch 11. Glasgow..'. 7 Bowling Ureal
Weaer M'ch 11. Bremen 2 Bowling Greei
Dakota M'ch 14.iLlverpool.. 29 Broadway
Klnpatock M'ch ib. Hamburg.. 81 Broadway
City of Montreal.. Mc'h 18. Liverpool.. IS Broadway
Labrador M'ch 18 Havre. 56 Broadway
Celtic M'ch 18. Liverpool.. 87 Broadway
State of Virginia. . I M'ch 23.IUlaagew...|72 Broadway
wwonce to Captains of vessels enter
ttie PORT OP new yoke at night.?The New Yoi
Dxuui has adopted a distinguishing Coeton night signal I
nee on board the IIbrald eteara yacht, showing while her
ing the colors red, green, red. changing from one to the oth
In encceulon. and can be seen several miles distant. Oa
tains of vessels, upon seeing this signal, will oblige us I
preparing any marine news they may have for the Kh
News Department of the Herald.
teg-Persons desirous of communicating with vessels anri
ing at New York can do so bv addressing to snoh vessel
cere of ITbralp news yacht, pier No 1 East River, New Yor
Letter* received from all parts of tba world and promptly d
livored. Duplicates are required.
ALMANAC FOE NEW YOEK?THIS DAI
RTO AND MOOR TTIOH WATER.
Fan rises 6 48 Gov. Island..... .eve 5 1
San sets 6 41 Sandy Hook eve 4
Moon rises morn 4 18 HollUate........eve 6<
PORT OF NEW YORK, FEB. 19,187(
REPORTED BT TItK IIBRALD STEAM TACTTTS AMD HIRAI
WU1TR8T0NR TELKOKAI'R LINR.
Steamer Ethiopia (Br), Craig, Glasgow Feb 5, with md
and passengers to Henderson Bros Feb 16, 1st 41 3
Ion 63 58, passed an Inman steamer, bound east.
Steam or Olbers(Br). VerrilL Buenos Ayres Jan 21. Mont
video 22d Rio Janeiro 28th, Bahia 31st. Prruambuco Feb
and Para nth. with coffee, Ac. to Busk A Jevoos.
8 team or Gulf Stream, Morton, Charleston Fab 16, wit
mdse aad passengers to J W Gulntard A Go.
Steamer Ellen 8 Terry, Wallace. Newborn, ec, with md
to Murray, Ferris A Co.
8teamer Albemarle. Glbbi, Lewes, Del, with mdse to tb
Old Dominion Steamship Co.
Bark A Houghton lot Boston), Connce, Yatansas 13 daj
with sugar to Bastian. Hoffman A Co; vessel to B J We
berg. Was 8 days north of Hatteras, with strong NB ar
N W gales; Feb 14, in a NE gale, was blown back 20 mile
was anchored near Fire Island for two day*.
Bark Jose D Mora. Carlisle. Sagua 13 daye, with sugar
Brig Torrent (of Portland). Neil, Cardenas 10 days, wll
an gar to order; veeae! to Millar A Houghton. Had fir
weather on to Feb 19, thence bad a heavy SW gale, veerir
to Nff, and blowing very heavy; Feb 17, lat 39, Ion 73 il
panned a bell buoy adrift, painted red.
Brig Alfonae (of Montreal!. Thomson, Matansas 19 day
with sugar to order; vrtsel to Jove Terryaeo. Feb 13, li
86. Ion 73, boarded the scbr George and Emily, of Portland
dismasted and water legged and abandoned (before r?
ported) ; a fire had been kindled on the after house eabii
and a can of oysters near It; the Are had burned tbroug
the deck and gone out; boats were gone and cabin wi
washed clear of everything, and bulkhead gone j the ckothi
of the crew were floating about tbs deck ; alter losing ngl
of her, the same day passed a quantity of lumber probabl
her deck load.
Schr Ellas Moore. Lewis, Richmond.
Schr 11 (1 Bird, Blackington, Richmond.
6chr Althea, Darby, Virginia
Bcbr Denie Hastings. Newton, Virginia
PASSED THROUGH HELL GATE.
Steamer Franeonia, Bragg, Portland for New York
Steamer City of New Bedford. Flan, New Bedford ft
Steamer Galatea, Walden, Providence for New Tort
Srhr Henrietta, Robinson. New Haven for Virginia
Schr Gentile, Eldrtdge. Hyannls for New York.
Schr Highlander, Wooda Providence lor New York.
Schr Wm H Bowen, Dill, Providence for New York.
Schr 11 attie Chevalier. Joyce. New Haven for New York.
6chr Maria. Harris. New London for Now York.
Schr Liberty. Tirrell, New Haven for New York.
Srhr J R Clements, (learn. New Haven for Virginia
Schr Col 3 Y Ramee, Kilts, Port Jefferson for PUilade
Schr Daniel Rnssetl, MeGarr. New Haven for New York.
Scbr Sarah Babcoek. Denning. Greenwich for New York.
Schr A H Peary. Peary, New Haven for New York.
Schr Trade Wind. Gray, Rockland (or New York.
Schr F W Alton, Chapman, Boston for Virginia
Steamer Kb-an or a, Johnson. New York for Portland.
Steamer General Whitney. Hallett. New York tor Boston.
Steamer Delaware, Smith. New York for Norwich.
Schr Dion, Maaon, New York for Boston.
Schr John Brooks. Fox, Jersey City for New llaren.
Schr Post Boy, Thompson. New York for Boston.
Scnr American Chief, Snow. New York for Rockland.
Sehr D R DeWolt. Jones. New York for Providenoe.
Schr Gondova Wilton. Alexandria for Bristol, RI.
Schr Sarah Cnllen, Culien. Baltimore for Bridgeport.
Schr Rachel Jane, (looking, Hohoken for Providenca
Sehr n K Bergen, Bruea lloboken for Providenca
Sehr Manaheld, Acborn. New York for Hoe ton
Steamer Adrtatie (Br). Uleacall. Livemooi via Onneni
town?K J CortU.
steamer Oltgr of Paris (Br). Kennedy, Liverpool vi
Qneonetnwn ?John G Dele.
Steamer The (Jneen (Br), Bragg. Liverpool via Qoeem
town?K W J Hunt
Steamer Aueboria (Br), Munro, Glasgow?Hendereoi
Steamer decker (G?r), Willegerod, Bremen via Southern I
ten?Celrichs A Co.
Steamer Aioertque (IT), Fonsola, Havre via PlymonthLmli
Steamer King Arthur (Br), Crowell, Havana, Matanse
Cardenas and sarua la Grande? II at ton. Wateon A Co.
Steamer George W Clyde, Pennington, Oalveatun via Ke
Went?C H Mallory A Co.
Steamer Knickerbocker, Kemble, Hew Orleans Park <
Be am an.
Steamer Rraehear, Forbes, New Orleane?Chae A Whltnc
A Co. .
Steamer San Salvador, Niekeraon, Savannah?W R Garr
Steamer Champion, Lock wood, Charlcaton?J W Qulatar
Steamer Pioneer, Wakely, Wilmington, NO?Wm P 01yd
Steamer Old Dominion. Walker, Norlblk, City Point aa
Richmond?Old Dominion Steamship Co.
Steamer B C Knight, CUIcbeater, Georgetown, DC?J
Steamer Vindicator. Doane. Phlladelohia?Jae Hand,
Steamer Gen Whitnev. Uallett. Boaton?H P Dimock.
Bark LUaia Wright (Hr>, Wright. London?Ueney A Pa
Hark Proho (Ital), D# Martlno, Cork er Falmonth for o
dcra -Laorg. Storey A ScarpatL
Bark Cbriatiane (Nor), Uldrlekeen, Stettin?Pnneh, Edi
Hark Caraeoa (Br). Lock hart, William etadt?J Fonlke
Brig Annie Vail (Br), 9tmmona. Genoa? Herman Baetja
Hrlg Kron Prim vun Preuaeen (Ger), Klein, Oporto
Fnnch. Kdye A Co.
Hrlg Centaur, Stanley, Manaanillo?Marcne Hunter A C
Sehr Cepbaa Starred, Bsbbidgu, Lagnayra and Porto 0
belle?B V Meteaif A Co.
nchr Chae H llodgrlon. Poster, Baraooe?B J Wenberg.
Sehr Mamie Members (Br), Merttera, tit Johns, NF?D
De Wolf A Co
Sehr H S Winiame, Wilson. Galveston?Tapper A Beetti
Sehr Sebeo, Lemeon. J act ton ville?Warren Hey.
Sehr Kve H Levis. Sets art. Norfolk, Ve? K H Skinner
Sehr American Cbtaf, Snow, Bockeport. Me?R P Back
Sehr Dions, Mate*. Boston?Chae Twing.
8teamara Adrtatle (Br), for Liverpool-. Oily of Parle (Bi
do. The (Jaee.-i (Br), do. Amerlqae (Ft), Havre: Aagn
Andre (Belg), Antwerp , Seeker (Gar). Bremen; Stag A
thur (Br), Havana. Ae; Anchorte (Br). Glasgow; George
Clyde. Gel veal. ? vta Key West; Braahear, New Orlean
Knlekerboeker, de; Sen Salvador, Savannah; Champlo
nhAfUlt/m PUnaev VlTllmlnrlnn MfR ( K III wh t IJMT M
town. DC; 6ld Dominion. Richmond, it. Vindicator, Thil
dnipMa; able Paulina (Br). Ldmrpaol; bnrki Uinmnnli
(ltali, Oora or Kalmoath ; Kio Lorraro. ?; rmsycrli
rnluM (Ital), Cork or Falmouth. hri( Britannic, Bi
Whid at mtnmt. BR
Binauur u annant. 10. la
tar Rn Rirtisnig (Br), bum UmpotL ? Infn*ctwcu
fak HI, >?wru:?Oct U itnn| *alo
bom N'NW, with rwry baavj ero? mi. rfuppinf U*g> < ??
v *'?*oa ?* waOar i aliiM tbo forward hoaae, rtnrix)?rd__tlda
X JVrhtc and mU tarpauUa off main hatch; off Capo Horn
had anothar Mala. shipping a roa which Mora itarboard Ufa*
boat aud diaahiod two seaman.
~ Mai p Miami n*.. -w u li a a? o. 11.. _hl.-h aw.
a, p?rtfDc*d Immt woather tad arrived u fthiioiilli. E. leakto
bee bees discharged there by perraisetoo of Ike consignees.
and will eome ae Portland or Uoavua toe repairs. In
? eliiuxo of Oept Uauiy Pearsons, whs u one of bar owners.
M . Bar* Bdvu (Bri, which atrak oa Hetteros and wa?
oil en *o Baltimore to repair, hae received a now atom and
ns bilges, new kelsons, baa been refrsatemed and raealhad all
.? T rariKwad and repainted both oatalda and within. ana it
e? waiting bar tarn at Loetiat Point to load.
ro Brks Ruapr. at Philadelphia Fab 19 from Bagne. loat bar
" anchor and 40 fathoms or ebain, and carried away bar
I rin.<n,*" *" aadhawae pise during a heavy IW gala on the
bo 17th inat, off the Brandywina.
r Bmio Rluu P Brawia*, from Pagua. at La wet, Dal, Fab
th la, ro porta loat foretopeall off ilatteraa.
rai feu* Oiboi, from Portuna Bay frr Oloaceator, Mass, put
d? Into Halifax Fab 19 leaking.
'* Bean Otnn Nuaoa, Allan, from May agues. wblle lying
ea h> the sueem at Charleston, waa discovered to be on lira
evening of the 10th inat. The captain, who waa ashore, put
off immediately In a boat, but before be reached the schooner
the mainsail bad bean destroyed and the (lames were entering
the cabin. A con of keraaeno exploded, and the all
ignited and cauaad considerable damage to the cabin before
the flame* could be extinguished. The loaa will probably
reach $600. The origin of the fire te anknoWn. but It la tup43
pueed to have been a case of gpontaoeoua eombuation, at a
lot of oondemoed sails bad bean stowed away for soma time.
eg! Bcun Gbrthouitb. wracked near Pulpit Harbor a thort
_ time ago, was towed to Rockland oa Wednesday ot last
week, and went on the South marine railway oa Thursday
'?* for repairs.
' Schr Ptoaina, at Jaekaonvtlla from Belfast, and which
- had bean oe fire in the hold, baa been repaired and Is now
loading for a Northern port.
^ Sena B 0 Tuonan, at Vineyard Haven 10th hurt, from Bal_)
tlnsora for Boston, loat docktoad of oak timbar and mat with
Scaa Rumxiri 0 Day (of Belfast), Mr Par land, oa her passage
down the Mississippi Rivsr from New Orleans, recently,
waa ran into by a British steamer and bad bar bowsprit and
headgear carried away. She pat back to New Orleans.
118 Bcun Ixlskd Rkixb, French, from Port Job anon for Bot
ton. before reported ashore at Harwtchpnrt, Maaa, was got
afloat Batnrday morning, alter discharging part of her cargo,
She it considerably damaged, and la kept afloat by a its am
i The schooner before reported ashore at Rockeway, LI, Is a
small vessel employed In carrying tend. She has not yet
PxxwroitT. LA, Feb 19?Schr Alice C Hlgglni, Capt Htgglns,
from Chesapeake Bay bound to Boston, with oysters,
came ashore off Ufa Saving Station So Its on Friday luornlng.
The lifeboat was launched and tha vessel boarded,
with assistance of crews from stations Not 29 and 27, firs
hundred bushels of oysters were thrown overboard, and the
, vessel waa got off at high water at 2 PM, and proceeded on
Hiurax, Feb 19?.ill of tha steamers which went In
search of ahlp Progress have returned.
1 Kswcisnji. Del. Feb 19? Bark Kate Harding, Watson
from Amsterdam, Is aebore on Balkbead.
Scbr F L Richardson. Yonng, from Matanzaa, li reported
aground on Lower Bulkhead,
i n aw ro rt, Feb 19?Schr Ganges, Pomeroy, from Port
Johnson for this port, wblle attempting to reach tba dock to
discbarge, ran Into tba wrecking senr Young America, at
anchor, tearing away the letter's headgear. The Ganges
tore ber mainsail and unahiDped her rnddea
Si* Pniacigoo, Feb 12?The hrig Kolos went ashore on
Headmen's Island, San Pedro Bey, on the 3th Inst, and be1
come a total loss. She was owned in this city end is unln1
The ship Amene (Br), for Liverpool, while heaving np en
Thursday, with the intention of proceeding to sea. broke ber
windlass, and waa compelled to defer her departure nniil it
H:u-k Nli* RMHIn In Mtwirtiui Bahfrr* At Annhftfm T.nnHlnff
and a total Iom. Veuel nod cargo vara worth about
918.000 and Inured for 9U,00a
Id The acbr Harriet Kowe, owned by Mean Taylor A Rom.
of this city, went whore at Port Ocford during the la to gale
and became a total lose, She wee rained at about 97,000
?* and not Insured.
Wajhihoto*, Dee 1ft?The Signal Serrice Obeerrer at
or Norfolk report* a schooner atbora at Hog Island. Wreckers
bare gone to her assistance.
7P NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Orrice or Licutbouui lxsrxcrron. Thud District, i
Towriwsvillr. NY. Pcb 1ft, 1870. (
?. A large automatic signal buos, painted red, has been
k. placed for experiment about three-quarters of a mile southeast
of the nandy llook lightship.
AC BHIND, Oapt DSN.
Lighthouse Inspector Third district
Ship JFQVY, from New York for Astoria, Deo 33. iat 020
14 S, lou 55 15 W.
i# NOTICE TO MERCHANTS AND CAPTAINS
Merchants, shipping agents end shipmasters are Informed
' that by telegraphing to the H us alp London Bureau, addressing
"Bennett, No 46 Fleet street, London." or to the
Paris office, addressing "Bennett, 61 Arwnue de 1'Opera,
Paris," the arrivals at and departures horn European and
,B Eastern ports of American and all foreign Teasels trading
with the United States, ths earns will be cabled ts this
so country free of eharge.
Captains nrriring at and sailing from French and Medl?_
tnrranean ports win find the Paris office tns mors economical
3 and expeditious for telegraphing news.
* OUR CABLE SHIPPING NEWS.
4 Antwerp, Feb lft?Sailed, bark Susan L Campbell (Br),
, Brooks, New York.
J Bxxuss, Feb 1ft?Arrived, ship Theresa, Shaw, Mobile via
; Brouwkjiahavrn, Feb 17?Arrived, bark Abble B (Br),
t0 Coffill, Baltimore.
Babcslona, Feb ft?Arrived, barks Tuya (Sp), Boig,
Charleston; 13th, Anibcl (Sp), Monar, Savannah,
ig Cadis. Feb 13?Arrived, schr Sarah L Davis, Cottrell,
t< Sailed to 18th, schr Dora R PrlndnU, Miner, United States,
st Caps Town, CGH, Jan 22?Arrived, berk Granada, Uods['
don. New York (before reported without date),
t, Calcutta, Feb 1ft?Sailed previously, ship Sumner R
'*> Mead, Dixon, New York
1J Ddhoukm, Feb 17?Arrived, bark Enlgkelt (Oer), Kan>t
tel. Darten fbr Dordrecht.
ljr Deal, Feb 1ft?Arrived off, bark Julia Fisher (Br), Barlow,
Savannah for Amsterdam.
Dvsuk, Feb 18?Arrived, bark Giuseppe Emannel (Ital),
Falmouth, Feb 19?Arrived, bark Blandlna P (Anl), Perovleh.
New Orleans for Leith (see below).
Arrived in the Channel 18th, ship Joseph me (Nor), Smith,
>' New York for Havre.
Olocckstxr, Feb 19?Arrived, bark Victor (Br). Letghton,
Gxanton, Fsb 18?Balled, bark nermann U elm rich (Oar),
Osatoreicb, United State*.
Gknoa, Feb 15?Arrived, bark Niord (Nor), noon. Near
Haras, Feb 17?Arrived. ships Armstrong (Br), Bryan,
New Orleans; Coronet (Br). Crewell, do; barksOtos (Nor),
Telek, do; Castor (Nor), Danitlson, do (wasreported arrired
Livxnrnon, Feb 18?Arrived. barks Ibla, Randall, Galvvs
ton rla Qneenrtcwn ; Kibble (Br), Barrett, Gal res ton ; Iris
(Oar). Pfbiffer, Baraonah; Yick A Mebane (Brt, Wbltoslda,
Wilmington, NC; Blrie (Nor), Srerdrap, New York; SulitJelma
(Nor), Cllenaea, Wilmington, NC; Obdnlta (8p),
Echeverrta, New Orleans; brigs Rosarlo (Br), Atrd. New
Turk; Mire (Nor), Bter, Wilmington, NC; 19th, shipe Glory
of the Seas. Know lea. Baa Franetsee; Hobert Dixon, Bmithwfrk,
do; Candidate (Br), Wright, do; City ef Cashmere
(Br), Astoria. O; bark Tinto (Br), Dnnoan, Penaaeola.
Bailed 1 JiM, steamer Massachusetts (Br), Walters, Boston.
Loudon, Feb 19?Arrived, bark* 8abastopol (Br), BasMll,
Peneacola; Windsor (Br), MeLeod, New York,
Cleared 19th, bark Wilbelmlne OGer), Mooring, United
* Pxnxancb, Fab 19?Arrived, bark Str Humphrey Davy
, (Br). Davy, New York.
Pltwocth. Feb IS?Arrived, bark Margarstha (Oer),
h Droit, Galveston.
n Qukknstown, Feb 18?Arrived, brig George A John Vonrdl
(Br), Hashing, Philadelphia; 19th. bark Furajct (Nor),
y Svendsen, Baltimore.
Rottxkixax. Feb 18?Arrived, steamer Maaa (Dutch),
Cbevellsr, New York.
Balled 19th. steamer W A 8? hoi ten (Dnteh), Jensen,
7 Flashing, where the takes on board the Netherlands goods
g for tbs Centennial Exhibition, and proceeds for New York.
Txooa. Feb 18?Arrived, bark Halewoed (Br), Williams,
London, Feb 19?Bark Blandlna P (And), Perovleh. (bom
d New Orleans tor Lelth, arrived el Falmonth let*y, with
|( loss ef two men overboard.
Bark Anxlllar (Br). Peaka, which tailed from Patragoala
d Dse 11 for Bt Naaalra, was abandoned at aea ex the 9th Inst
L Her grew have arrived at Falsaeath.
Rpxnos Armas. Jan 9? Arrived, tehie 8 T Baker. Oenk,
r- New York; A W Smith. Leavitt. Portland: 9th, barka Assyrian
(Br), McDoaald, Montreal; 10th, Gan Kden, Blair,
'e Portland; Liberty (Br), Lennter, Montreal; 13th, Bristol,
Koesett, Bordeaax; 13th, Tatay, Petti t. Newport, B; brig
's Carrie B Wlnsloe. Carter. Portland.
Bailed lies M. bark Mrguntlenok. Hemlagwap, Cetoala
?. and Be?tro, Jan A *ehr M B MUlen, Young, Genoa; Hlh,
? brig John fthay. Nickereon, Compaaa; 11th. bark* 8 8
Bprinr. Small, Kotario; Mathllde Ovtavle (Br), PelleSeer.
O. Ht Thomas; I0?h. Martin W Brett. Petersen, de; sthr* 0 B
a- Benson. Da8, Banta Fa; 18th, Peter H Crowell, Chase. 9t
In port Jan IB, bark Devonshire, Falk. nnc; brig* Hall
R Colombia. Brersten; Amelia Km ma. Field, and J O HaaetUne.
A hahia. Jan 31?In port, brig Untie H Kimball. Storm,
from Prrnambneo, for New York, Idg: sebr Joseph Wilde.
A Beed. from Parnatebneo
ctxdhnia, Feb 17?Bailed, tehr Ralph Cart ton, Harkaeea.
A north of Hatteraa
Havana. Feb IB-Arrived, barka G W Bosevelt, Harriman.
Hew Vork; Albert, Ewtmu. Philadelphia; bri?Ltte Hoarh
toe, Rood, hawport; l(Hh. il?uu?ri Tappahannoek Poodle
ton, Maw (Meant; W Q H<*?, Tripp, IndlaoeU; berk
Melno (Hp), rant. Haw Orlaane. aahra Rdward Watte, Laa,
r) Cardiff; J hebe. Madorn Haw York.
at Htt'rlt, Fab IR?Hailed, ateamer Oeoafe WaaMngkon,
bf yhl*ehead. Maw Took briga Doraaaa (Br), Bamerara; M
vr B H laker eon (Br), Jamalea.
Li l,i a h ar a o, Jan 38-Arrived, bark Cyan a, Parrlmaa,
' flan Frenclaeo.
" Locaroat. N8. Fab W-AnliaA aabr Caaaala (Brt. from
korrnroao, Jan 14-Anirad, brig CoraalU (Patch).
?? Beren, Montreal for ordara. _ _
Cleared Dae ?. bark Viking (Bf\ Hopkine, Ban Wleholaa.
Id part Jan Ml, barka Sarah A Dad id an (Br), Dndmen. for
Maw Tark, Id*; Arietta. Dow. from Berdean*. arrired |(>lh.
Slag; Janata D (Br), Sbaarar, dta*. brig Aaenrtiv Baaa,
from MareeiUea, arrirad Utb, da; achra Uatue & Lara
Verabaat, from London, arrived 1Mb, do; J SMS Smit*.
liodgkino(m. for Haw York, Mi.
kinaua, Feb Ib-Arrlved/brig CUM Jenklas, Oaoisbd,
Bailed 171k, Met Adeline Rlchardaou, Driako, oKb af
Huiaraa; L T Merrick. Ltppiiicell. do, rctir BILei. ibri.
Hooper, du; Wth, bark Lavtnia, Darn, Now York; briga
Philadelphia; J t Harry, Br*Haf nortb
of HaMaaaa, fart. Baevena. do . refers imua Waiksr, QUebrlak.
do- Bra May, Andrews. do.
w KAl^-kr?A- ?*e la~1'? P??t. refer Sadla F CaDax, Tabbar.
fcr Singapore. to a ail next day.
Puwia AMnas. Jaa 20-Arrtred, scbr Dreadnaoghl,
Hirut, 8?o fmaclNt.
Psksahbito. Jaa 17?Arrived, barks Emma 0 Baal,
Ballay. Baker's Ulead for Ohaaaal (and proceeded) ; 18th.
Taleameii (Br) Blackford. Baltimore for Bio Janeiro; aOtfe,
brig Cordelia (Br), Btuart, Maw York,
failed Jan *.bark Racer (Br/. Ma Don aid, Oreenork.
In P?*V?" aebrs Anaa B Dlckliiaon. Tookar, from and
for New Yark. arrired r?fe; Jaliet, Small, from BaUla. arrived
31st, for Maw York.
Paaa. bo Fab 7-BaiWdbrig Edwin &?we, Crocker, Haw
York; aebr A U bhortland, boaua do.
la port Fob 1, eehra H Hand, Dobarty. frem Haw Yark;
Maggie Abbott. Abbott, and Tnereea. Qninn. for Maw York.
Rio Jasmao. Jan 7?Arrived, ahipe S t! Blancbard.
Maady. Cardiff; 9th, brig Long Reach, Anderson, Brunrwrck,
Xtb. allip Star of the Wert, Gardner, Mew York for
Hiiaagbai. in distress; bark An aid nock. Raffle. Baltimore;
34th. Oeorva. (Jorham. Penracota; 23th bark Contest (Br).
Honae. New York. Amnion, Muyrlck, Baltimore; brig Maud
Kigrs. Davis, New York
Sailed Jan 12, bark Doctor Lasknr ( Oar). Cferistoffcn.
New York; ISth, ahip Birdstnn (Br),nHouter, Nsw Orleans;
14th, Drtg rnte (aw), iiuidho, i tampion Heads; ieu>,
bark Mary Jenneas. Oakes, St Thomas; 16th, brig Flora
Uoodale. GoodaJe. New Orleans: 16th, barka Gamaltal, Shaw,
Baltimore; Brolbcra, Bahra, how York; 20th, P 0 Warwick
(Bri, Kline. do; brig* Hugo (8w), Morin, New
York ; LainetariNor), Olaeu. do; Slat, bark* Maggie V Huge,
Steed, Baltimore; Marie (Oar), Schubert, Galveston; 253,
Lurena, Blancharri, St Tbomaa; 26th, achr Laiooiue, Leach,
do; 27lh, abip Ilarry Mora*, Patten, Callao.
In port Jan 27, brig Saga (8we), Ibr Hampton Roads.
In port Jan 28. ships America (Port). Soarea, for Mew
York ; Richard Bnateed. Johnson, eoid; barks Mary M Bird.
Mieiaen. and Serene, Secermann. unc; brig Star, Cook, dof
achr Adeline Blwood, Hon. for Santoa (cleared).
Saatos, Jan 20?In port, achr Yheodoaia (Br), for New
York. _ ,
St Thoxas. Peb 6? Arrired, brigs John Sherwood, Marah
all. Montevideo; 7th, A J Ross, Laihrup, Martinique; 8th,
Lucy W Snow. Hall, New York.
Bailed 8th, achr A M Clontmaa, Harding, Barbados.
Samoa, Peb 17?Sailed, achr Henry J May, Blackman.
north of I latter an.
Tkook. Peb 6? Sailed, bark Caro, Oay, Cardenaa.
B08TON, Feb 19?Arrired, steamer Rattlesnake, Phil*
delphia; achr W D Daisley, Smith, Virginia.
Below?Brig Ueuqalen (Dntch), from Kotterdam; tcln
Chaa A Coulomb, Galvostoo.
Cleared?Steamers Seminole, Matthews, Savannah* Boman,
Crowell, Philadelphia; Glaucue, Bearae, New York;
bark Iaaac Jackson, Welsh. Portland; brig A la! ay a. Cole,
Kingston, Ja; achr Carrie C Milea. Graham. Baraena.
Sailed?Steamers Atlas, Seminole, Wm Lawrence, and
BALTIMORE, Peb 19?Arrived, steamers King Richard
(Br), Pearson. Bio Janeiro; McClellan March, Providence;
Wm Craiie^llowea, Boston; Looiae, Walker, Edentun, NC;
Commerce, Walker Roanoke River, NO; DJ Foley, rrloe,
Wilmington, NC; P W Bruno, Foster, New York; barka
Lillian S Vigor (Br), Vigua, Liverpool ; Monte Tabor (Ital),
Reletto. do; Brlmiga (Nor), Porter, Dublin : MAE Caau
(Br), Cann. Liverpool; achre Kate A Laella, Bonsan. New
York; Belle Brown. Knowlton. Belfast; Florence I Lockwood.
St John, Parker's Heed, Me.
Below?Barka Die Heiinath (Uer), Kraft, from Dublin;
Daphne (Nor), Nieleon, from Rotterdam; P?ofeta (Ital),
Giocapellt, from Hull; M Smith Peterson (Nor) Bricksen,
from Loudon via Tybee; Traflk (Nor), Jaoobeeu. from Havre,
la Savannah; W J Whiting (Br), Fulmore, from Newport,
via Charleston; Emma L Oulton (Br), Mackensie, from
Havana : Kate (Br), Murphy, from Hans, via Savannah;
Margaret S Weir (Br), MoPhall, from Liverpool, via Tybee;
Krna (Nor), Kllertt-en, from Great Yarmouth, E; brig WeetrooriOandet
(Swedi, Zachrlseo, from Wilmington, NO.
Cleared?Steamers Kuggles, Early, Roanoke River, NC;
D J Foley, Price, Wilmington, NO; Tackaboe, Brown, Newbern,
NC; Joeephine Thomson, Moore, New York; berk
Belle Keith (Br). McDonald, Queeuetown or Falmouth;
Wellamo (Roe), Roenblon, do, do; Italo (Ital), Bongiovannl.
Barrow-in-Fnrneee, Eng; brigs Antelope, Leigbton, Cardenaa;
Alice, Dutton, Rio Janeiro; echr V McKeevor, Munaeil,
Saded?Barks Emma.P Rocor; Young Eagle; Hato Attivita;
brigs Potomac; Antelope.
BRUNSWICK, da, Feb 19?Arrived, echr Bdfcanse, St
Cleared?Schr John D Paige. Philadelphia.
CHARLESTON, Feb 16-Sailed, brig Mary O Haskell,
Hail, Naw York (not Baltimore).
19tn?Arrived, steamer Georgia. Crowell, New York; bark
Northern Star (Br), Worthier, Liverpool.
Cleared?Steamers City of Atlanta, Woodhnll, New York;
Lucille. Bennett, Beltimore.
Sailed?Steamer Virginia. Livingston. Philadelphia.
EUREKA, Ken7?Arrived, bark Eureka San Francisco.
FREE PORT, Feb 7?Arrived, bark Ella Williams, Sao
MOBILE, Feb IB?Cleared, echr Wm L Bnnrough, Smith,
Cork or Falmouth for ordera.
16th?Sailed, ship Ironsides. Rpeddea. Liverpool.
18th?Cleared, snip Lancashire Witch (Br). Evans, St
lSJik?Cleared, ship Ben Nevis (Br), Hudson, Liverpool;
barks See Creet (Br). Bennett, Europe ;H Selmer (Nor),
Nelleen, Havre; eehr Rebecca X Carter, Tomlin, NewYork.
NEW ORLEANS, Feb 15?Arrived, steamer* Muriel (Br),
Thompson, England via St Thomas; Memphis (Br). Mellon,
Liverpool; schrs Kbeneser, Bethel, Buatan; Lady Woodbury,
Cleared?Schr Wm Fisher, Lonirg, Savanna la Mar; Gertmde
Howes. Moore. Ruatan.
19tb?Arrived, bark Jeanne Postel iFr), Rousers. Ri
Pierre. Mart; schrs Carrie Jones, Durmos, Belise, Hon;
Lily of the Valley, Utilla.
Cleared?Steamer Prince Edward (Br), Prater, Liverpool;
Wimbledon (Br), Watson, do; barks Arica (Nor), Hubert,
do; Kilde (Ana), Perdeh, do; Viator (Nor), Eeg, London)
Ymer (Nor), Henrioksen, Queonatown.
Soi'Thwkut Pass, Feb 15?Sailed, bark Braotaburg (Nor),
Ttbllsch (from Onadalonpe), Mobil*.
18th?Hailed, ship Keaiandia (Br), Liverpool.
Steamers Ssu Marcos iBr;, for Liverpool, and Hudson,
from New Tork, are agrouna on the bar.
ltttn?Arrived, bark Geo Peabody (Br), Churchill, Rio Janeiro.
Also arrived,brie Nancy (Br), McDonald, Wilmington.
Steamer Geo W Elder, from New York, la ootaide.
Steamer New Orleans, for New York, Is on the bar.
Bark Emma Payssut (Br), Dexter, has been ordered te
NORFOLK, Feb 17?Arrived, schr Nathan Cleaves, Atweod,
PORT GAMhLK, Feb 9?Arrived, ship King Philip, KeU
ler, San FrancisCo.
PORT MADISON. Feb9? Ar rived, bark Tidal Wave, Reynolds.
PBNSACOLA, Feb IS?Arrived, schr Sallie Conrsey, Sippie.
Cleared?Ship Moen (Den), Rlehn, London; barks Arg o
(Rus). Larteon, Liverpool; Oniud Aderman (Uer), Maw,
do; schr William Doming, Hodgklpa. New York.
PHILADELPHIA, Feb 19-Arrived, steamers Harrisburg.
Worth, New Y'ork; Leopard, Albert son. Boston; bark*
Osmo (Rus), Rentals. London; floltlnger (Nor), Everseu.
Ipswieh, Kng; Aristide* (Nor), Wold, Rotterdam; Carrier
Dove (Br), Simmons, Liverpool; brigs Ernest, Slnnott,
Sagua: Unit Zittlcsen, Wilkenson, Cardenas; Alio* Lea.
Foster. Matanr-as : schrs Carrie L Godfrey. Godfrey, Fernandina;
Howard A Hunt, Ross, New York ; John Rose, Allen.
Boston ; L C Hickman, Simpler, Savannah , M E Femerick.
Cleared?Steamers Juniata, Catharine, Savannah; Equator,
Uinekley, Charleston; Fanita, Howe. New York; Regulator,
Rogers, Providence; Catharine Whiting. Harding,
do; Norman, Nlckersnn, Boston ; bark Asou (Nor), Ackerman,
(Jnernstown; schrs Bennfu.-ton, Edwards. Lisbon;
Ramon d* Agurla M'Bride, Bagna; Florence Bhay, Vanciaif.
Also cleared, steamer Banther, Mills, ltewbnryport; ship
Nautilus (Br), Bnrk. Antwerp; barks Monte A (Ital), Davide,
London ; Emilia (Dal),Term. Codk or Falmouth; M
E Chapman, Eve, Cienfuegot; schr Jam** Alderdice, Rookhill.
Sailed?Steamer* Jnnista, Norman, Catharine Whiting,
Panther, Fanita, and Alliance.
Licwns, Del, Feb 10?Arrived brigs Clara, from Dublin;
Ellen P Stewart. Sagna (tec Miscellany).
RICHMOND, Feb 17?Arrived steamer Wyanoke, Conch,
New York; schr E A L Cordery, Hlgbee, New Y'urk.
HAN FRANCISCO. Feb lO?Arrived brigs Hidalgo, Mo
Dermott, Unmboldt; Siberia (Rat), Winters, Uakodade;
Hesperian, Ray. Humboldt.
Hailed?Barks Itoswell Soragne, Nordberg, Port Gamble;
Harvest Home, Mattson, Seattle.
IHtb?Cleared, ship Governor Morton. Rowland. New
19th?Arrived, ship Patterdal* (Br). Onnson, Liverpool.
RAVANNAH. Feb Ki Cleared schr W U Whitaker, Carll.
Portland inot Prtrridenoe).
Sailed?Barit rrofita (Hp). Barcelona.
lttth?Arrived, steamer Cleopatra, BnTkley. New Tork ,
nark John Campbell (Br). H an kin Mm, London.
Cleared?Ship H L Richardson. Morton, Liverpool.
Sailed?Ship Alexander (Br;, Brown (from Antwerp). Derlen.
WILMINGTON, NC. Fab IS?Arrived, rteamrr Raleigh.
Cleared? Schrs Emma C Babcock, Babrock, Philadelphia^
Willie Lnce. Speer. Rockport.
19th?Sailed, steamer Benefactor, Jones, New Tork.
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