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ACADEMY Of MU8IC?"DON CAELCiS. X well filled houas greeted the Initial performance of Verdi'* (trend en3 effective opera of "Don Carlos" lael night. TBc work erooaed unbounded enthusiasm, bulb from Its intrinalo merits end from the manner ;n winch It was rendered. Tbia representation has un doubtedly been tbe event ol the season and one or greet Interest to tbe musical public The management bare nut spared money or trouble to produco this great work of Verdi's in e manner to satisfy the most ex actiug of opera lovers. Tbs scenery and costumes are all new and appropriate, .tbo orchestra and chorus bare been increased to a great extent, and in tbe finale ul the tbird act, wbere tbe grand climax la reached, me ?'spectacle" Is exceedingly One. Nothing bolter In Ital ian opera baa been given in tbe Academy since the pro duction of "Aide." The artists all kuuw their work and sing tbelr separate parts in mis opera with an amount of spirit ana dasb wuich Is almost ccrta.n to make H a great atd lasting lavorile. special praise is due to lime. Palmier!, wbo, In addition to the work of her own very exacting pert, has acted at tbe robeursala In tbe most self-sacrificing manner, assisting In the stage management and rendering to Uer brother and sister artists the valuable aid of excollenl suggestions. It la evident tbat New York has not yet appreciated bow Hue an artist tbey have now an opportunity ol hearing lu this lady, bhe baa a noble voice, a vocal method wntcb teal rare perfection, uud tbat old broad school ol vucailsin of wblch wo have left so few exponents. Rguur Celada la also a teuor of unusual power and coinpasa, and in this opera be has an excellent oppor tunity lo show bta splendid higb notes, ol wbioh oppor tunity be makes tbe best possible use. His first solo, which Verdi has put rather uncomfortably near tbe commencement of the opera, was udmirably sung, and put the audience at ouco in good humor to appreciate and enjoy tbe succeeding parts of this work. We trust u long run ol ibis opera will compensate tbe management, artists ana all concerned In it for tbe tiard work and labor expended on this, ouo of Verdi's greatest works CONGEST AT THE CIIUKCH Of OCB SAVIOUR. This new charcb. In Fifty-seventh street, west of Eighth avenue, was well filled lost night, on tbe occa sion of tbe concert given by Anlolne RelfT, Jr., organist, tor tbe benefit of the church fund. The artists wero Miss Adelaide Jennings, Miss M. Lindsay, Miss Urania Maoomber, Mr. H. K Humphreys. Mr. G. B. Kddy, Mr. A. L. Lee, Mr. U. Mitchell, Mr. (>. F. Gurbam, Mr. Arbuckle, Herr Carl Lanzer and Mr. R Steckcl berg. Ihq music was selected from Beeibuvec, Hatlon, Mattel, Hartmun, Mollenbauer, l>e Beriot, Bruham, Wieniawski, Mozart and Meyer beer. One oi tbe most allraclivu features ol tbo programme was the recitation of Hood's "Lost Heir," by Miss Macetnbcr, and for an encore she re cited the umbrella lecture ol Mrs. Caudle, wblch wus welcomed with much laughter. The other Indies, who are quite youug, sang swoetly, and Miss Jeunings ren dered tbe beautilal "Batti-Batll" with much skill Tbe violin playing of Herr l.anzor was admirable. Mr. Arbuckle gave Levy's cornet solo, (be "Leviathan Polka," with fine effect. Altogether the concert was enjoyable, and it Is to be hoped the profits will add largely to the church fund. THE MAN WHO LAUGHS. The San Francisoo Minstrels furnish a very varied nnd enjoyubla programme this week. Besides tbe old familiar songs, dances, conundrums, jokes und Instru mental performances, they Rive some really side splitting dramatic representations like "The Scepes at Jefferson Market Police Court," and the society drama called "Clotllde, or the Bruised Heart." Charley Backus, lo tbe last mentioned pteco, gives us a striking Illustration or how a man who ib utmost as broad as lie is long and as handsome as Uwynplaine in "L'boiumo qui rit," may transform into a sweet, gushing, souti mental throe hundred pound bounty in petticoats. Backus is certainly Inimitable in his peculiar line. Hilly Blrcb, Bob Hart, E. M. Hall, Wambold und Kicsrdo all contribute tbeir quota to tbo mirth ol tbe performance. But Backus lias a power ol laclal risi bility only to be compared to tbat possessed by the lato Burton. His naiurai expression is diabolical laughter, like that of Victor Hugo's melancholy hero, tbe victim of tbe Comprachicos. MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC NOTES. . Barnum's Show at Gllraore's Garden Is attended by thousands dally. The sale of seats for Mr. Joseph H. Tooker's benefit on April 10 begins to-day. Miss Fanny Davenport has Volunteered to appear. This ovcnlng an entertainment will be given In Cbiekerlng Hall In uld of the Church ol the Annuncia tion, at which Mr. Georgo W. Hows will deliver a teml-bumorous lecture, entitled "Vaulting Ambition j ?r, Peter's Perplexities." SALE OP THE WITTHAUS LIBRARY. The attendance at the sale ol the Wlttbaos library by tho Messrs. Lesvltt yesterday was better than that of the day before, but tbo prices were, with one or two exceptions, much below the value ?f tbe works. Tbe following is a list of the most noticeable prices:?The Gramout Memoirs, by Autbony Hamilton, sixty-four copper piate portraits, $450; Willium JlumiHou's Greek ?>?ses, iu loar volumes. $16 50 u volume; Grunnor's Fresco Decorations and Stuccoes ol Cbarches aod l'alsces In Italy, during the fifteenth und six teenth centuries, two volumes, $21 each; Hamil ton's Scbola lialica Pictures, $0 60; Cautain Horns' Tame and Wild Animals ol Southern Africa, $13; Horcnlsnuum and Pompeii, eight rolumes, $5 each; eighty colored )>ortralis fucaiinilos of Hans Holbein, $30; Houbraken und Ver lue, R'8 engraved beads, after famous pictures, $11); a volume of Illustrations lo Don Quixote, a scarce book, was very choap at $0; Samuel Ireland's pietur esquo works, eigbt volumes, at $H 25 each; Sucquemart's Histoire de la Ceramiquc, $14 Mrr. Jameson's art works, six volumes. $0 50 a volume; Owen Jones' Allmmbra, two volumes, $25 tacb; 51 as I as'S Clans of Scottish Highlands, two vol linos, $20 each; J. T. Matthias' Pursuits ol Literature, $10; Monuments of Art, $12 per voiiuuo (this was a largo price lor lbs work); Museum ol Naples, $12; Tbe jiaiuritl History of the Btatn of New York, wblch cost Ihu tStalo $40 a volume, sold for $1 80. OBITUARY. FAY INSPECTOR EDWARD FOOTER, U. 8. S. A special cable despatch from the Hkrald's Gibraltar agent announces the death at sea on Wednesday, on board the United States steamer Trenton, ol l'ay Inspec tor Edward Foster, United States Navy. Paymaster Fos ter was born in Now York and was appointed on October 2a. 1801, as an assistant paymaster. His promotion to the lull rank occurred in 1802. Ho served In tho Norm Atlantic blockading squadron in 1804. Since the war ho lias gradually risen to his present rank and was ut the tune ol his death Fleet Paymaster to our naval vessels in the Mediterranean. PAUL CLAYTON, UNITED STATES CONSULAR SER VICE. The latest telegraphic and mail advices from Callao announce the death on March 22 of Mr. Paul Claytou, United Stales Consul at that port. When tho steam ship Payta loft Callao for Panama on the 21st Mr. Clay ton was at the point of death, It was believed, with yellow tcver, some cases of that disenso having made their appearance at Callao. Eater advices announce bla decease. Paul Clayton was a native of Georgia, anu was appointed to tbe Callao Consulate May 111, 1874. He tilled the position to tho satisfac tion of the Amer.cans resident in Peru. Tho Panama Mar ami Jfrrald ol April 2 prints the lollowiug letter ol recent date, which it fully indorses:?"Mr. Clayton, who has been Consul at this port tor some years past, has been a boon to this community. His readiness at all times to serve all end every one has been an Immense accommodation. He la one of the moat honest anj competent consuls that hla country has. American shipping has been benefited greatly by his activity and energy, and lirn couricoueuees and raadinoxs have at all limes gained lor him the general appreciation of both foreigners and natives, who thoroughly appreciated tho Importance ot having each a geutlouian us Mr. Claytou as United Stales representative." A DELINQUENT TREASURER. For some time past William Birmingham, of No 04 Fourth avenue, has been treasurer of St. Ann's T. A. B. Society, an organization which has regular meet Ings at Plympton Hall. In tbe discharge ol tho I unctions ot this ofllce ho has received all the does and asseesmcnis levied upon members, and according to a bylaw ol the Society wax required lo deposit in a bank all auras over $2.'>. Ol late Mr. Birmingham hat absented hlmsell Irom meetings, and, when called upon, (ailed to render an account. A committee was appointed to Investigate* the case, who discovered that no deposit had been made in the bank In the society's name sinoe March, 187b. Birmingham was l.irt night taken Into custody. Ho is thought to have appropri ated, during his term of ireusuror. about $600 ol tnc society's money. AN OVERHEATED STOVE. A drs broke out yesterday In tbe three story brick bmidlng, owned by Owen Buckloy and occupied as a carpenter shop, No. 404 Bridge street, Brooklyn. It was caused by an overheated stove. Tbe loss is about $2,000; lolly insured. THE CENTENNIAL FUND. Phii.adki.fiha, April 12, 1877. Tna Centennial Board of Finance met to-day and re solved not to make application to lbs government for tbe $1,M0,000, but directed its officers to communicate with the Treasury officials and mans the payments at Ms earliest periods practicable DOMINION OF CANADA. DEFEAT OF THE PHOHIBITOIIT LIQUOB BILL. [BT TELEGRAPH TO THE HEBALD.] Ottawa, Oct, April 12, 1877. The DomiDton Parliament last cvcnlDg by a large ma jority refused to adopt a revolution ibat the govern ment mould enact a prohibitory liquor law. The I champion of Iceiolullatn claimed that thia was not the proper time to fono a meaaurc ol this kind on the country at lar^e. Mo temperance men voted with the government. spkcial TARirr tor colcmuia. In the House laat night Mr. lie Losiuos moved tor tbo correspondence reepectlng a special tariff lor llritlsh Columbia. He aaid British Columbia was so remote from the Eastern provinces that ibere waa a I natural barrier to tbo interchange of conimodttiea All j that tbey asked was that their larifTsbould be so modi fied that American pioducls and cattle would be met j wltb a heavier duty thun now existed. The motion j was carried. TU? OK HAT 8KAI. OF XOVA SCOTIA. The government has received a communication from , the Secretary ol State tor the Coieulsa relative to Nova Scotia's great aeal. The law ollicers ol the crown, to whom the matter was submitted, decided the Queen's warrant was merely directory and nou-compiiance does not render the old sesl illegal or documents on which It was used Invalid. INSURANCE IK CANADA. Montkxal, April 12, 1877. The Provincial government having imposed a tax on fire insurance companiea doing business In tbe Pro vince, and tbe companiea having resisted, the matlor was brought beforo court, Judge Torrauce, to-day, who decided that the Dominion government, having exclu sive Jurisdiction over insurance companies, the locul Parliament is thereby debaired. In accordance with tbo sumo principle recognized *n the United States, Iroin seeking to regulate privileges granted solely by the Dominion Parliament to insuruncc companies. This Judgment will act us a precedent in tbe suit against the Hie insurance companies. Quebec trains arriving bore huvo on board largo numbers of farmers from iho Slato of Maine who aro going westward, tbe majority having the State ol Michigan for their dosiiuatloa. FIBE AND L088 OF LIFE. UosKMo.NTe On U, April 12, 1877. Henderson's Hotel, together with all the outbuild ings, was destroyed by fire last night. John Hare, builiff', and a traveller named Lunn, were burned to death. Tho loss Is about $10,0U0. OPENING OF THE WELI.AKD CANAL. St. Catiiarixrs, Oat., April 12, 1877. Tbe Wetland Canal will be open for navigation on Tuosday, tho 17th Inst, A BBOSEN BAILBOAD BBIDOE. Cayccia, Ont., April 12, 1877. This morning about ball-past twelve o'clock, while a freight train going East was on tbe Great Eastern Kallroad bridge at this pluce, the first span at the west end gave way, precipitating eight or ten cars into the river. Mo one was hurt. NOVA 8COTIA LEGISLATURE. Halifax, N. 8., April 12, 1877. The local Legislature was prorogued this alteruoon. The Lieutenant Govornor, in addressing the Houso, referred to tbe resolution which was adopted to Invite a conference with tbe reprosentauvos ol Mow Brunswick and Prince Edward's Island on the subject of legislative union of tbo maritime Provinces, with a view to Its uiilmato consideration by the people of ihe sevorui Provinces. His Honor gavo his sanction to tbo vnrioas bills pusseu. He referred to tbo acts for aiding In tbo completion ol tbo rail way system of the Province with a feeling of confi dence, that tho prosperity ol the country Is largely Involved in the dcvelopinoot by railways ol means of communication between its dificrent sections. MIL ROBINSON'S FUNERAL. [BT TELEOBAPH TO THE HERALD.] Nbwfokt, K. L, April 12, 1877. Tbe fnnoral of Hon. Stephen A. Koblnson was solemnized this allernoon from his residence in Wake field, and was uttomled by all tho officers of the Grand Lodge ol Freemasons of Rhode Island, besides Masonic ollicers from subordinate lodges. Grand Master Nicholas Van Slyck officiated at tbe grave, Episcopal services bclcg held at the rosidenco of tho Uccousod. It was iho largest funeral ever held In thHt section of the Statu. The remains were enclosed in n rosewood casket, with boavy silver trimmings and Masonic em blems. the inscription being as loilows:? STEPHEN AVKAUI.T ROBINSON. > ; Died April 8, 1S77. 5 Aged 78 years and 18 days. j //#//// Quito a number or prominent merchants ol Now York and Brooklyn were present. END OF THE POTTERY STRIKE. THE OPERATIVES, BEING OUT OF MONET, ABE WILLING TO ACCEPT THE REDUCED WAGES. [BY TELEGRAPH TO THE HERALD.] Trenton, N. J., April 12, 1877. The operative potters of this city, numbering about 2,000 ol all grades, after a striko ol sixteen weeks, havo concluded to resutno worn at tho reduced rato of wages. The president of tboir association, Mr. lirainar, announced in meeting ibis afternoon that the supplies were exhausted and the debt was nccumu latiug, and, therefore, it was imperative that the men should seek re-employment. The bosses suy that they cannot employ more than one-balf of the men in con sequence of new help having boon secured during the continuance of the strike. BANK SUSPENSION. Rochester, N. Y., April 12, 1877. The Bank of Avon has suspended payment The bank was owned and conducted by George W. Swan. ICE IN THE STRAITS. Detroit, Mich., April 12, 1877. Reports from Mackinaw City state that tno ice Is about otgbt Inches thick In the South Channel and Is quite porous, but is very solid between McGulpin's iigbt and Wuugoschunce. The Straits will probably not be clear from icc for two weeks. SNOW BLOCKADES. PorciHKKEPSiK, N. Y., Aorll 12, 1877. Passengers from Delaware county report two feet of snow on the level In some portions ol that county and the roads impassable. MIDNIGHT WEATHER REPORT. War Department, } Ovrrnt or tiik Chief 8ional Officbh. J Washington, April 13?1 A. .X ) Indications. Tor New England, cooler and clear or fair weather, with northerly to easterly winds and rising, followed by tailing barometer. For the lake region, clear or partly cloudy weather, northerly to easterly winds, with slight changes In temperature and during tho day lalltng barometer. For the Middle States, clear or lair weathor. except rain In tho extreme southern portions, with cooler northerly to easterly winds. Increasing In force, aud slight rise, followed by lulling barometer. For tbe South Atlantic Slates, rain and northeast to southeast winds, with lower tcmpcratoro and tailing barometer. For the Gull States, Tennessee and tho Ohio Valley, threatening woalhernnd rain, with northeast to north west winds, slight changes in temperatures and during tbe alternoou or evening slowly rising baroinetor, with clearing weather In Ibo Mississippi Valloy. For the Upper Mississippi and Lower Missouri val leys, northeast to southeast winds, slowly fulling barometer, slight rise in teraporature and partly clouoy weather, with local rains In tho Missouri Valley. The Mississippi River will rise at stations below 8L Louis, und the danger will Incruuse between Memphis and Vicksburg. The river will probably reach the danger lino on Saturday at Cairo. Tne Cumberland, Tennessee and Missouri rivers will fall slowly during Friday. Cautionary signals continue at Indianola, Galveston, New Orleans, Mobile, St. Mark's, Jacksonville, Tybeo Island, Savannah, Charleston, Key West, Smithville, Wilmington, Lookout, ilattarus, Kitty Hawk, Norfolk and Capo llenry, and are ordered lor Capo May, Atlan tic City, llarucgat and Sandy Hook. TIIK WEATHER TFJiTERDAY. The following record will show the changes In the tempcraturo for the past twenty-lour hours, in com parison with the corresponding dale ol Inst your, as indicated b.v the thermometer at Huduul's pharmacy, IIKKAl.P Building: ? 187d. 1877. 1871. 1877. 3 A. M 44 45 3 :30 P. M 05 52 fl A. M 44 43 0 P. M 58 40 0 A. M 62 61 9 P. M 61 44 12 M S3 62 12 P. M 48 41 Average temperature yesterday 47% Average temperature fur corresponding date lost year .. 6J \ ATTEMPT TO BREAK JAIL. A COKVICT KILLED DT A SHOT FROM TUE TURNKEY. Mkxiuis. Tenn., April 13, 1877. This evening Turnkey Dawson uncovered that lbs door o( the cell of Kred and iienry Seymour, brothers, recently sentenced to the Penitentiary for bores stealing, bad been tampered with. Calling his assistant, John Aldrldge, be ordored the Sey mours out into the corridors to search thorn. When Dawson approacbod Henry Seymour be drew a Deringer, nud, cocking It, prosented it at Dawson's breast. The latter threw up bis bands and told bun not to sboot. Just then Aldrldga cocked bis pistol, and Henry bearing it turned on biru and both tired almost simultaneously. Duwson drew his and flrod ulso at Henry, wbo tell and soon expired, having been shut under the right arm.* Aldridgc received severe wounds. Frederick Seymour made no effort to take part in the affray. The Seymours are from Troy, N. Y. The Coroner's jury returned a verdict In accord ance with the facts. FREIGHT RATES. Chicago, April 12, 1877. The press despatch from New York intimating ibal the vessel owners and freight agents of the trunk lines here bad agreed to sustain the rates to the seaboard this summer was not founded on any official action. These gentleinon have been tn session two days, but have uot agreed on any such measure. The probabil ities are that many veasols will He idle and many cars be unomployed during the summer on account of the scarcity of produce In the Northwest. ACQUITTED OP MURDER. New Havkk, Conn., April 12, 1877. Patrick Fltzpatrick, wbo shot and killed John Brassctt. at Ausoula, somo weeks slfce, was acquitted to-day on the ground of self-delonce^ STEAMER SNAGGED. FATAL RAILROAD ACCIDENT. CONVICTED OF MANSLAUGHTER. Bath, Me., April 12, 1877. Tbejurylnthe case of lapse N\ Cox, the lad who shot bis fatber at Bowdoln, brought In a verdict this alternoon ol manslaughter. HOMICIDE BY AN OFFICER. Oxaba, April 12, 1877. During a drunken row at Florence, Neb., yostcrday, Constable Hirai son was called In and In tho discharge of bis duty lutally wounded a man named Davis. WRESTLING. l.AWRK.Ncc, Mass., April 12, 1877. The light weight championship wrestling match be tween Frank Hoblnson, of this city, and Harry A. Howard, ol Now York, was won by the former bore to-day. THE SHAD SEASON. Mkxi'uis, Tenn., April 12, 1877. A special to the Ledger from Pine Bluff, Ark., says that the new steamer Funny Moore, from Fort Smith to Now Urleuus, with 1,250 bales of cotton and other iroigbi, struck a mug at Saragossa, Hlty miles below Pine Bluff, yesterday afternoon, and soak In eight feet of water. Tho cargo will bo partially saved, hut it Is loared the boat will bo a total loss, owing to a rise la the rivor. The Mawtnello has gone to bur assistance. The Macro was built at Madison last summer lor the Arkansas river trude, and this was her tlrst trip, she having been wuter bound at Fort Smith over two months. She was valued at $20,000, and was Insured In Cincinnati offices tor three-fourths ol hor value. Tkoy, N. Y., April 12, 1877. Thomas Pemberton, engineer ol No. 70 on the New York Central Railroad, was killed at Amsterdam to day. lie was off the engine coupling cars, whon he caught his foot In a guard rail, and bofore bo could extricate himself was run over. Ho lived but a lew minutes. He was fifty yours old and resided ul Scho neclady. KILLED ON THE RAIL. Ki.xika, N. Y., April 12, 1877. A man about fifty years of age, named Richard Hor* ton, wua killed at Water street crossing, In this city, this afternoon, by a train ol cars. His team ran away and ho was thrown Irom tho wagon upon the track. Ho was a colonel in a Pennsylvania regiment during tho war, and lived In Tlogu county, Pa. Tbo shad season on the Delaware opened last week, and reports wore circulated tliut the supply was very small, owing to tho operations oi poachers. It was also said that tho supply on tbo Hudson was vary small, und that Now York would have to dopend largely during a portion ol this soasoa on the South. A Hkiialu 'reporter yesterday visited Fultou Market lor the purpose ol ascertaining whether thore was any truth In these reports and to hear the opinion ol those best inlormed on tbo subject. To ull appearances tho supply ol shad was vury plentiful and the demand some what brisk, but on Inquiry it was touud thai the sup ply was almost entirely Irotu tho tiouih. Deports ol a scarcity on the Delaware hud reuchcd the dealers, but most ol them seemod to attach little importance to them, and tho general opinion seemed to be that If there was any truth at all in lliotu they were very much exaggerated. Not a lew seemed to tb'.nk tho reports hud been circulated simply lor the purpose ol giving a slight stimulus to trade. Nulurall.v on the conclusion ol Lent tho oemaud lor hsb ol all kimlH must be largoly diminished lu a city containing such a largo proportion ol Catholics us New York, but tne shad Is u favorlto tish and is not likely to bo much affected by such matters. As the shad gcuerally arrives In New York waters on its yearly northward tour to deposit Its spawn about tbo end of March or tho beginning ol April, It will Boon be made apparent whether the reported scarcity will aftect alio supply of the New York murket to any appreciable extent. Sumo ol tho specimens food in tho inurket yesterday wore vory One und brought good prices SHIPPING NEWS OCEAN STEAMERS. DATES OF DBFARTCRK FROM NSW YORK FOR TUB KOSTH8 OF At'Kli. AMD BAY. Suam'.r. Celtic City ol Klchmond. California..... Neckar Slato ot Georgia.. Montana St Laurent Algeria fleece Suevia hlatc of Indiana.. Germanic City of Brussels. Ethiopia. Main hnnlii Wisconsin VIlie do I'aria.,... Bothnia Ilnrmioula PlvMia ltaltlc City of Merlin ... W oner Victoria. Wyoming Abyssinia Herder Slate ol i'cnn'n.. > drmtlc K'>1 i v ia Mole I Egypt W iel and. State 01 Virginia. Nevada, Utopia Oailn. j I)r*ttmiUun j Office Aprtl 14 April 14. April 14 April 14 April It. April 17. April IS. April in Vpril ll>. April IB. April 111. April 121. April til. April 121. April 21. April 121 April 124. April 35. April 25. AprllJB. April gn. April 'JH. April 2H April 2S. April 28. Mav 1 May 2. M ay M. Mar 3. May f. M ny 5 May " Liverpool.. Liverpool.. Glasgow Bremen.... Liverpool.. Liverpool.. llavro Liverpool.. Hamburg., (.on don Liverpool.. Liverpool. . Hreiiien... Glasgow . . Liverpool.. Liverpool.. II nmbiirg.. I llasgow ... Liverpool.. ? ilaigow... Bremen... May .V iLiverpool. May III. | >1 ainuiirg. May 10. Glasgow. May I.V. I Liverpool. May III.I London... 37 Broadway 15 Broaiiway 7 Bowline Green 2 Howling Uroeu 72 Krnadw ay 2!l Hrnaow ay ?V> Broadway 4 Bowling Green 'in Broaiiway *11 Hroanway 72 Broadway 'U Broadway l.r> Broadway 7 Bowling Oroen 2 Bowling Greou ?in Broadway 211 Broadway ?'?;> Hroadwav 4 Bowling Green ?11 Broadway 7 Bowling Green 37 Bioadway "i Broadwav Howling Green . Bowling Green 2(1 Broadway I Howling Green <11 Broadway 72 Broadway 17 Broadway ' Howling Green J Howling Grcuu ? 111 Broadway 'II Broadway 72 Broadway 2B Broadway 7 Howling Green ALMANAC FOR NEW YORK?THIS DAY sr.x ASP MOON. I H III n watbk. Fun rises & '-'4 | Gov. Island eve K 26 Bud sets 6 37 | Sundy Hook 7 41 Mood sets eye ? ? I liell Gate evo 10 11 PORT OF NEW YORK. APRIL 12,1877. ARRIVALS. BKPORTKD BT TUB I1KRAI.D STHAM YACHTS AND HERALD WHI'rKhTtnSK TKLKUKAPII LINK, stentner Snevia (Geri. Kransen. Hamburg March 28 via Havre 31st, with indse and 240 passengers to Kunliarut A Co. Experienced strong northerly winds tho eiitlro pas sage: April 0. lat 41 30, l"ii .V* 12. passed a White Mar steam or, brand K: same day. lat 41 nil, lot 59 53, a Ger man steamer (Hromeu line), bound K; lnth, lnt 41 DO, Ion ?M? <*4. a National line steamer, bound W. S'eamer Colon, Griffin, Asninwnll April 3, with nidse and passengers to the I'ostiffe Ma I Steamship Go. Steamer San Salvador, Nlckersoti. Savannah 4 days, with ridseand passengers to Geo Yonge. April HI. off Capo Ilatirras. passed a bug hove to, showing a house signal, white ling with red lett-r II In centre; nth. near llntteras. plcned up a boat containing the captain and crew ol schr loan, of Brewer. .Me. tho vessel having gone ashore on Hat tern* Shoals and Income a total loss; brought tliu crew to this port (see Mlses||?ny). Steamer.I B Schuyler, . Savannah April 5, In bal last to order Steamer Charleston. Loekwood, Charleston April t?, with radse ami passengers to,las W (Julntnrd A Co April 11, In a very heavy sea. passed toe automatic buoy at the pulut of llatl rs* Slin ill. which was ? lit of order and silent. steamer Old Dominion. Walker. Itlchinond, City Point and Norfolk, mdse and passenger! to thu Old Dominion steamship Co. Steamer John Ulbson, Maslngo. Ooorgetown, DC, with mdse to J L Booms. Jr. steamer Hercules, Swasey, Philadelphia, with coal to the Beading KB Co. Bark Albion (Nor). La roan. Liverpool 42 day*. In ballast to Louts Tetena. Had One weather. Bark lUrtaele (ltal), baearsse, Newcastle Jaa 22. with milso to l> A d K Mr jar: veseel to Lauro. Story A Co. Bark Equator (Car). Wailia, Hamburg 40daya, with mdaa to C Toblaa A Co. April 5. Carl Kruaa. aaamau, whlla on lookout war washed overboard and drowrod Bark Volplni (ltal), Oneto, Leghorn 5M dar>, with mar ble. Ac., to C P Hardy A Co. Passed Gibraltar Feb 25: had moderate weather; April 3, let 3308 Ion 71 2D, exchanged signal* with a bark bound H, showing signal letters CB1I BP. Bark Kloreila. Craiir. Hataaaaa IB daya. with auger to Haven.eyer A Kliler: rraael to Juiuea Henry, linen 10 daya N ofliattaraa with atrong NS1V and KE galea. liark Karl ot Elgin (Br). Alexander, Philadelphia, iu bal la?t to Ceo W Culton. Waa towed to thia port by eieamer Hercules. llri.' Joiund (Nor). Kruaae. Harana 14 daya, with sngar to Kuncli. Kdve A <?. April 0, had a heavy NE gala, lent iug 48 hours, in which stove bulwarks. Schr Win McLoou. Morgan. 8| Pierre 22 daya. with augar to K I' Buck A Co: vessel to llavilund A Preseey. Waa 12 days X ol II altera* with atrong KE and NW galea. sebr W A hovering. Smith, Cedar Key* 13 dsya, with lumber to Eppiuger, Russell A Co: veaael to Evans, Ball A Co. sour J 3 Lamprev. Bellows, Peiisecola 18 days, with lum ber to tbo New 11 uven Htaam sawmill Co; veaael to Doane A Colt. sebr K H Mitchell, Mitchell. Elisabeth Citv. NO. 12 daya. wuu corn to I.ana A Son*. Had strong NK galea. Schr Fochaeaet. Brackett. Klch:uoud. Va. Schr J M Carter. Carter, Richmond, Vn. Schr A Muysick, lllggina, Virginia. Schr Vapor, Chamberlain. Virginia, schr M C Arnold. Arnold. Virginia. SolirCT Hubbard, i oveland, Virginia, Schr Two Marys. Crowley. Viiglnla. i Schr Woodruff Sims. Bennett. Virgin)* Schr Mary Jane. Allen. Virginia. Scbr Sarah Sliuberl. Tomlln. Virginia. Schr C F Wright. Cropper, Virgiul* Schr Sarah A Lucy. Howkor. Virginia. Schr Cordelia Newklrk. Huntley. Virginia. Schr Uiiima Jane, Tmmunt. Virginia. Bchr K Warren. Dickinson. Virginia. Scbr M S Tlbbetts, Mnxwell, Virginia. Schr J T Williams, Newbnr.'. Virginia, Schr W II Keusel. sopor, Virginia. Bchr L White, Abbott, Virginia. Schr A J Alc.'tt. Loveland, Vlrgiula. Schr 11 T Wood, Cnrlta. Virgiuiu. Schr.! W Strout, Colllua. with cargo rrom steamer Sua land, ashore at Long Branch. gy Steamer Colutnhus, Read, from Havana, which ar rived lltli, report* Kith inst,encountered a severe north erly gale i 11th, off Hsbteras. spoke bark Lictie Merry, of Boston, Irora Matansas. houml N: off Abtecom, passed a large number of aehoonera bouud N. gyBarks Mia Madro (ltal), and Sues (Nor), which were anchored In the lower bay, came np to the city 12th, FM. PASSED THROUGH HELL GATE, BOUND SOUTH. Steamer General Whitney, Hallett. Boston lor New York. Steamer Albatross. Davis, Fall River for New Turk. Steamer City ot Kitchburg, Springer. ? New Bedford far New Yortc. SleaiuerOalatea. Watden. Providence tor New York. Steamer Bolivar. Geer. New London and Norwich for New York. Brig Kuth Hall. Oliver, New Haven for New York. Schr Venture (Br). Hatfield, Windsor, NH. for New York, bchr Scud, Hallowell, Windsor, XS. for N?w York. Schr Alexandra (Br). Turner, St Johu, NU, lor New York. Schr Sparta, Arey Wluterport, Ma, for New York. Schr Ida Orover. Orover. Portland for New York. Schr Hal tie a Collins. Hraiuard. Boston fur Now York* hihr J 11 Borden. Baker, ball River for New York. Schr F Mcrwin, Bunco, Kali Itlver lor New York. Schr Louis Walsh. Comaiock, Kail River far New York. Schr G L Simmons, Blmmons, Fall River lor Philadel phia. Scbr Moses Adams, Adams, (lloitcestar for New York, bchr It S Dean, White. Ware!)am for New York, schr W'tu K Burden, Adams, Providence lor New York. Hclir Highlander, Wood, Providence fur New York. Sohr Young Teaser. Facrtnire. Providence tor New York, Schr Marcellus, Young, Providence for New York. Schr M Harris, Providence for New York. Schr Atlantic. Coombs, Providence for Now York. Schr John Price. Nickerson, Providence for New York. Schr K 11 Wilson, Hart, Providence for New York. Schr Florence J Loekwood, St John, Providence for New York. Bchr Mauna Lou, Sann-rd. Providence lor New York. Bchr Wm MeCobb. Cleveland. Providence for New York. Schr J II Youug, Barrett, Pawtucket for New York. Schr Magellan. Dale, Pawtueket for New York. Schr Salmon Washburn, Hathaway, Bristol lor New York. Schr M F Webb, Cook. Westerly lor New York. Schr Bertha, Cunover, Wiokford lor New York. Schr S Applogute. Mathews, New London fnr New York. Schr Chief, Siultli. Norwieli fur New York. Schr 8 J Gurney, (inrney, Norwich for New York. Schr Laura S Hatch. Kelsey, Hartford for New York Schr Joseph Allen. Hall, New llnveu for Virginia. Scnr J R Mitchell, Morreil, Stamford for New York. BOUND EAST. Steamer Flatnborough (Br), Fruser, New York for St John. MB. and Yarmouth, NS. Steamer Franeonla. Urezg. New York (or Portland. Steamer Nentune, Berry, New York for Boston. Steamer Henry Chauncey (lately belonging to Pacific Mall SS Co), New York for Cow Bay, LI, to be broaen up. Brig British Queen (Br), Eaton, Mew York lorCornwallia, NS. Schr Vesta (Br), Palmer, New York for Point-a-Pltre. Schr American Chief, Snow. New York for New Bedford. Schr Nelson Harvey. Llltlo. New York tor Now Bedford, Schr Messenger, Dean, New York for Taunton, schr Onward, Gorbain, New York fur Nantucket. Bclir Harvest, Corwin. New Yorg for Providenre. Schr John Warren. Mc'Jar, New York tor Providence, Schr Samuel Kicker, Kicker, New York for New Haven. Schr Anson Brown, Johnson, New York lor Stamfoid. Schr S. K Potter, Oakley, Mew York for Sag Harbor. Schr.) S Terry. Orison, Hobokeo tor Providence. Schr L O Wells. Wells, llobokeu for Providence. Scbr Mary Riley. Riley, iloboken for Providence. Schr Mellie Brown. Kelly, Weohawken for Boston. Schr John Boyiitou, Hill. Port Johuson for Boston. Schr Willie Martin, Luce. Port Johnson for Boston. Schr M K Wooohull, Marshal, Aiubov for Providence, bchr J S Pike, Robinson, Philadelphia for 8t John, NB. Brigs Alice Brndshaw (Br), from New York for Bridge water. NS. mid W N II Clements (Br), do lor St John, MB, sailed tram Hart Island roads AM. CLEARED. Steamer Gellert (Ger), Barenus, Hamburg via Plymouth and Gherbourir?Kunliardt A Co. Steamer W A Hcholten (Dutch), Jeusen, Rotterdam via Southampton ?Punch, Kdye A Co. Steamer Camma (Br), Llddlcoat. Bermuda?A B Outer bridge. Steamer Isaac Boll, Lawrence, Norfolk, City Point and Richmond?Old Dominion Steamship Co. Steumer Octaroru, Remold*. Kaltiniore?Wn DalielL Steamer K C Blddle. Davis. Phlladelolila?-las llaud. Steamer Elite Knight. McCrary, Philadelphia?Boftert A Morgan. Steamer Praneonla. Bragg Portland?.) K Amat. Steamer Neiitune. Berry. Koatou?H K D'mock. Ship Borneo, Shaw, Cape TowuvUGil) and Mauritius (Af ilca)?0 W Hertanx. tvtrk Lucia (Br), Crowley, Adelaide?Arkell, Tnfti A Co. Bark lt.cn (Ger), Wendcrhorst, Trieste?Theodore Huger. Bark liattle M (Br) Katou Naples?J W Parker A Co. Bark Marv llogarth (Br), Shields, Genoa and Leghorn Punch. Edye A Co. Bark Morning Star (Br), 8lsson,Ht J ago de Cuba?Way dell A Co Brig Nuovo San Michele (Ital), Slano, Gloucester, K? punch. Kdye A Co. Brig Kedink, Poters, Belfast, I?P Talhot A Co. Brig L'Avvonire (Ital), Grego, Alexandria, E?John 0 Seagei ? Schr Mathilda Krans, Small, Montevideo for orders Brett, Son A Co. Schr K \V Dauham, Chase, Barscoa?B J Wenborg A Co. Sclir Flora Woodhuuse, Lawry, Jacksonville?Warren Ray. Schr Bella Russell. Smith, Jacksonville?Bentley. Gilder sleeve A Co. Schr Clara, Steelman, Wilmington, NC?Slaglit A Petty. Sclir Kate Routmell, Ad?ius, Philadelphia?Overton A Hawkins. Schr Howard Holder (Br), iloldtr, Newark?P I Novius A Sou. Sclir Geo P Trigg. Gammon, Gloucester- Doane A Gott. Schr Daulel Currio, Pease, Mlddlotuwa. Ct?Ferguson A Wood. Schr Amelia Augusta, Mott. Hartford?Ferguson A Wood. Schr liattle Low, Wright, Norwich?Frauk Pidgeon, Jr. SAILED. Steamers W A Hcholten (Dutch), lor Rotterdam; Gellert (Ger), Hamburg; Atlas (Br), Kiagstun. Ac; Caelum (Br), Bermuda; Isaac Bell, Richmond, Ac; Elite Knight. Phila delphia; Albemarle, Lewes, Del; ships Borneo, Cape Town slid .Mauritius; Abner I Henyou, Han Francisco; barks Brilliant (Nor), Limerick; Atlanta iGeri, Hamburg* Alberto (Aus).Cork; Fetlsch (Gar). Yokohama; Strnlsund (Ger), Hamburg; l.innea (Nor), Cndls and Seville: Serra no (Br), Genoa: I'adre (Atis), Trieste; Florida (Br), Klsl iioru; Atlanta (Ger), Hamburg; Ismaele (Ital), Belfast; Trcinont. Montevideo (and anchored in the lower buy) ; Nle taux (Br). St George (Bermuda); Levanter ; brig Clylle, Hague. MARITIME MISCELLANY. STKAVkit AcatM.KS. at Philadelphia 12th from Fall River, will go on thn dues lor repairs, having lust rudder, Ac., off Muntauk (as belore reported). Mm* L>: Gkanii Gustav (Bolgi, ashore at Lewes, Del, Is Creparlug to discharge her ballast. The anchors have uol ecu laid out Iroiu her as .tel. Haiik GliPliicus (Nor), Baltimore for Hamburg (before reported), is aebore at Ocean View, in l.yuaaven Bay, be tween Cape tieury and tho Kip Raps. Hark Si urn a (Ital), remained ashore ut Lewes, Del. PM April 12, but will prooahly couttact to be got off. KAltk IIawthokx, ashore at l,owrs. Del. lias anchors aud hawsers out and Is preparing to dlschaige ballast. Bakkk Dux Jvrto. and Yol-nnu Kaiilk (Br), both bound to Belfast, I, from Baltimore, rode out the gale of April I) In the James Rivor, but were compelled to cut ewey their topmasts. Bakk Lipo (Ital), SclilalHuo, from Baltimore April 0 for Cork lor orders, returned to Baltimore ?eelerday with a slight leak, loss of luretopinaat and some light tails. llAltk (Jaki-ioNK (I tali, which went ashore near Cape Henry In January last, was sold by auction at Baltimore 11 an lust lor HI**) cash. Hnin Kfvstiinr, Capt Beatty, which arrlvod at Matansns April 2. msde the passafte from Haltlmore In i days and S hours, said to be tlia i|ulckesl ou record. Bulb LllASRL, from Calbarlen for Portland, which put Into Norlolk March Ifs loakv and with loss ol her cuiitain, lias repaired and Is leloaoing her cargo lor Philadelphia; will not proceed to Portland. Schk LocRRTIa, Miller, from New York April 12 for St Tliomae, went ashore at W:.'k) AM on Knmer Mioals, hut got off at 4 PM same day without assistance. Received no damage. Sciik VkTO, Krell, Irom PeiisacolaforPhiUdulphla.be fore reported ashore on Couch Reel, got off ami arrived at Kev West April II. Her entire keel Is sonposed to be gone. Holder broken, ve.<e< strained and leaking badly. A survey* recommended ber to discbarge cargo. Sen it ('has Cakkom., ol lleiiuis, ISO tons, built nt Essex, Ct. >n 1H.j(I, now at Providence, lias uecn sold to Capt Wm Deuike, of Elir.abcthport, lor fHGi. hbc w ill berealter hail Ir.iui New York. Schk Tram; Wixn, ashore at Lewes, is being stripped by her own crew. Scmt Erilv II Navlor, Fisher, from Cardenas lor Plilln delphla, put Into Norfolk April II with loss of satis, an chors, Ac. HcHit Hawaii H. from Italtiniore for Belfast. Me, Willi corn, lost lore meal and inaintupmast and wont ashore iu James lllver In Hie late gale. Sciik Canary, from Mobjack Bay for Boston, at Lewes, Del. l? discharging deckload of ship timber in order to gel a pomp to work. SriiIt Ll'rV A Oucott (170 tons burthen, of St George. Me ). from West Point, Vs. lor Crlsflold. lost both anchors In the gale of the Oth and went ashore near Yorkmwn. Sciik L N Lhvri.u Irom Fall Itlver for Philadelphia, be fore reportad ashore st Lowes, Del, was hove ulf AM April 12 with loss of rudder and tour Icet of water In her hold. Hie was walling lor a tug to tow her to the llrenkwater, Schk John A GRirriN from Haltlmore for llohoken, be fore reported ashore at the Breakwater, lias thrown over board about .'si tons of cargo, and If she Is nut got olf the next tide will throw overboard more to-day. A contract has been made to get liar off aud deliver her at the Break water. Schr Ok* SnEUWAK, from New York for Providence, with coal, before reported damaged by being ashore on Black Ledge, will dlecharge cargo at New Loudou, where It has been sold. Hcab Piu Gut. flrom Turks Islands for Boston, which put Into New I-endou damaged by collision. Use made lea pornrv repairs, and sailed tor destination April 11. Kens Waltkb II Tiiobbuibb. Irom Satilla. tie. with lum ber for Philadelphia, put into Charleston April 12, leaking 1800 strokes per boor. Schi Iowa?Captain Coombs, ol sebr lone, of Hrewer, Me, lost on llatteras Khoals, makes tbe following statement TT-i * regarding the loss of uls vesselLeft Kocklend. Me. for Jacksonville. Fla. with e caruo of ice. and experienced a succession of heavy gates until reaching the vicinity of Cape llatteras. which Blew awav the sails, carried away rigging and otherwise damaging the vessel. rendering her helpless and unmanageable. April H. struck on llatteras Shoals, compelling all hands to take to the liuat, tbe vessel becoming a total loss: put out to see to avoid the breukers aud next day were picked up by the steamer Kan Salvador, from Savannah for New Vork, where we were kindly re ceived and provided lor. Tho lone was 131 tons burden, built at Hrewer, Mo, in 1867, whoro the was owned by llolyoke A Co. Kenn John 0 McKhain, trum Philadelphia for Alexan dria, belore reported ashore on Point No Point, will be n total loss, with the cargo. Jaiuee Andrews, the captain; Hubert Catrop. tbe mate, and a colored man from Washing ton. were drowned. The steward. Joseph Muxingo. tlie only ?urvivur, was saved by swimming ashore. The bodice of the drowned men were washed ashore and taken in charge by citisensofKt Marys county. Md. SenH .1 1' Auks, wrecked at the Isle of Shoals in Jatinary Inst, and purchased and floated olT by Po>tsuioutb parties, came off the marine railway at Kltterv on trie 3d, having been thoroughly repaired. Schr Kmuia K Porter, which put iutn Portsmouth in a riainaoed condition about tbe middle of March, with a'load of salt, was tsken on the railway as soon as the J P Ainei was scut off; she will lie thoroughly repaired aud receive new calls and rigging be fore calling. A despatch from Cow Bay, dated April 12, states that tba coast is olear of Ics. Ai.ktanpiiia. April 10?Kchr Henry Pinch and another echooner (3-uiasteri. name unknown, are reported ashore on Hugged Point. Kugautown, April 10?Schr Good Templar, from Glouces ter, to bait here, struck on Stony Point, Cape Poge, night el Oth. and drove up on the beach, where she bilged. Crew saved. KokTBBsa Monuok, April 12?A sehooner lumber laden, from James Rivar for Baltimore, anelioteJ off Mohjack Bay, b is both insets cut away. The captain has gone to Haiti more lor tow. Havana, April 7? Retire Llsste Major, from Hi John, KB, via M atausus. and Addle Ryerson, Irom do via Curdeuas. hud rough weather on tbe voyage. Koriner lust about 3000 feet lumber and latter about 25 box shoots. Halifax, April 12?A telegram from St Pierre (Mlyue . The Preucb hark and became a total ijaniraa( *'P' ?? s ? A tv iBKIHIU IIVI Ion), reports a great storm there to-day. The French hark Hortense and brig Atlas were stranded lors. The sealing steamor Fa'.con, on the w ty from Sydney for , repairs, broke propeller and put back. She bad only 1.000 i seals. Long Branch. April 12, AM?Weather gooi, sea smooth; condition of steamor Rusland unchanged since last report. Wreckers are at work saving cargo. Norfolk. April U?The schr James W Boyle, urrlved here yesterday in distress, having lost her anchors off Back River. Xkwfort, April 12?Schr Ella Clifton (Br). Kimball, from Providence for 8t John, KB. before reported ut Vine yard ilaveu us having been in eolllslou off Gay Head with a schooner night of 7th, arrived here to-day. Hhe is supposed to be tbe unknown vessel that run lulu schr Slnolu. at thii port, night of 7th off Oulck's Hole, the cnplulu of Utter thinking that it was a British schooner that came In con tact with lilt vessel. Pkndacola, April 5-Rhtp Hannah MorrisfBr, 1108 tons), which cleared March 30 for Hull, with u cargo or 64.000 feet timber aud 25,000 ieet lumber, while being towed to sea yesterday evening, struck on the middle ground. Two steamers are at work on iter uow trying to pull her off. (Ji'kbkc April 12?A pilot schooner leaves here to-day for Bicwitb the Hrst detachment of pilots for inward bound vessels. Launched? At Port Ludlow, W T, recently, n 3-maetnd sehooner nurand Huoneme, built by tbe llall Brothers, and abont 310 tons register. NOTICE TO MARINERS. Maciiias, Mo. April 10?Tbe black spar buoy In Cross Island Narrows has gone altogether, and the can buoy on Seal Cove Ledges. HW side of Cross Island, Is oat of posi tion l)a miles to tbe northward. WHALEMEN. Railed from San Francisco April 4, bark Dawa, Williams, for a cruise. A letter *rom Cant Downs, of bark Petrel. of NR. dated Capo Town. COM, March 6. reports arrived there Feb 25. no oil since last report. Would sail that day to cruise and home. SPOKEN. Bark Happy Home (Rr), ftom New York for Wlscssset, April 10. off Cape Elisabeth. Kchr O W Hentley, Pettlgrew, from New York for Port Maria, Ja, March 28. lat 30 20, Ion 70 3a OUR CABLE SHIPPING NEW& Amsterdam. April II? Balled, bark Brace (Nor), Chris ten sen, Philadelphia. Bayoknk. April 10?Arrived, brie Esperauco (Br), Har rinctoo, Philadelphia, cargo damaged. Cardiff, April' 12?Sailed, ehip Louisiana, Oliver, Rio Janeiro; Mourj 8 Sanford, Sleeper, Houg Kong; scbra E A Buir.loy, Town send, StJago; Canton, Henley, Hav'tnn. Corusna, April 7?Arrived, brig J L Stewart (Br), Crane, New York; sehr E S Newman. Newman, do. Cadiz, April 11?Arrived, bark David Habcock, Coleord, Seville; brig J Williams (Br), Williams, do. Sailed 8th. baik Anna (Br), Mcl'hall, Gloucester, Mais; aclir Kemett, Unptll, Boaton; 11th, brig Stephen Bishop, Qilkey, l.louoester, Dokokkciit, April 10?Arrived, bark Audbltd (Nor), Mad seu. Pensacola. Dunoknkss. April 12-Off, bark John A Uarvle (Br), Lockhart, Baltimore for Bremen. Dublin, April 12?Sailed, bark Xt ? Caan (Br), Cann, Qnebee. DnoauEPA. April 12?Sailed, bark Vesterllde (Nor), Hen dricksen. Now York. Gloucester, April 11?Arrived, bark Glaeonlmo (Ital), Bonlfsxlc, Baltimore. Oalway, April 12?Sailed, bark Wallace, MeCormack, New York. * QibralTAR, April 12?Sailed previously, bark Abd-el-Ka der. Sparrow (from Palermo), Boston-so reported. Havre, April 11-Arrived, brig Valentine (Fr), Provost, Charleston. Liverpool, April 11?Arrived, ship Lilian (Br), Diek, Pensacola. Sailed 12th. ship Flying Foam (Br), Woolston, Qnebee; bark Auguste (der). Von llarten. Baltimore l.KiTtt, April 12?Sailed, harks Cotvprti Dubrovackl (Ans), Sianos, United States; Devete Dubrovackl (Ans), Krose vlch. do. Lkuiioiin, April 10?Sailed, bark Albeit Seliulls, Latham, Boston. Palermo, April 10?Sailed, steamer Arch Drnid (Br), Carmtcbaei. New York direct. Pillau, April 8?Arrived, bark Sunshine (Nor). Nellsen, New York. Pbrkambcco, April 11?Arrived previously, brig Anna (Ger), Breckwoldt, New York. Qukknstowx, April 12?Arrived, ships Juliet (Br),Pu guid, San Francisco; Arundel Castle (Br), Steel, de; barks Llgnt Brigade (Br), Butt, Philadelphia; Casparl (Nor), Flock. New York. Halted 12th, 4 PM, steamer Wyoming (Br),Jonee (from Liverpool), New York. Rotterdam, April 10?Sailed, brig Barbara llendrlka (Dutch), Mrljer, Boston. Valencia, about April 0?Sailed, steemer Caledonia (Br), Allison. New York. West Hartlepool, April 10?Arrived, bark Granton (Rns), Knrsel, Pensacola. London, April 12?The ship Itaska, Cotton, Irom Lobes de Afuera for Valencia, which put Into Gibraltar March 27, leaking, hae proceeded. FOREIGN PORTS. Acajuti.a, March 22?In port, bark Zephyrns (Col), Saul, for San J use. Aspinwai.l. April 1?Arrived, schr Maggie M Rivers, Riv ers, Philadelphia. Arrived March 21. acbrs Brigadier (Br), Baxter, Kings ton. Jit: 27tb Victor Put*. I'ltikhatu, New York Bomhay, Ma.'ch 12 ?In port, snips centennial, Ilcame, and Raphael, Sherman, far Havre; Prince I'egent (Br), Graham, for do; den D< mvillo (Br), Stanton. uuo; bark ltniius. Smart, lof rice ports. Arrived April B, ship Alexander Yeats iBr), Dunham, Liverpool. llvxNo* An; as. April 11? In port, brig Elisabeth Wins low, imcke. lor New York, about ready for sea. ('ali.ao, March 15?Arrived, sltft Kmg Oneiric (Br), Mel ville. San Francisco (and sailed 17th for Huanillos); 10th, City Camp t llr>. Clark, Newcastle, K; lHtli, hark Hester A Hlanehsrd. Hardy, Victoria. Sailed 15th. snips Little Willie (C It), Mason. Paget Round , 17th. Jeremiah Thompson lladlev. Pabcllon. In I'ort March 2(i, ships John Hryce, Morse, disg; West Held (Br). L avltt, do. Ciiaxckkico. March 20?In poet, schr John Bright, wtg. OaHhkien, March 51 - Arrived, brigs Bock (Hrt. Wright, St Thomas; Acella Thurlow. White, do: April 4, aenrt Mag gie Calu. Scull. Matansas; Archer A Roovos, Smith, Phila delphia. Saih'd March 31, brig Alice I<ea, Foster, Now York; schra Margie, MuFaddon, Philadelphia; Lavinia F Warren, John son. New York; S I, Burns, Crosby, Sagua; April 4, Thus J Martin, Marts. New York. CtENFUr.uos A-rll 4?Arrived, schr Taylor A Mathls, Chessman. Philadelphia. Sailed Anrll 4. hrlgs John Shay. Nlckerson, Now Y'ork: Peerless (lir), Florlan, do; schr Providence, Hico. Trini dad. Cardenas. Ap.ll 5?Arrived, sclir ft J (Hive (llr), Stew art. Matansas; llth, bark Zlhn iRr), Morina. Ardrossan. Dries Belle Waltais (Bri. Waycoit, Liverpool; sclir Marv D llasKell, Carter, Purlland Sailed llth, hurk Fearless (llr). Slater, N of liatterae; brigs Kabonl. Coombs, do; Bessie May (Br), Buck, do; Jo sie A Devereux, Kstes, dn. In port. April."t, barks John Read (Br), Hart ling for N of Ilatteras; Endeavor. Mounttort for do; hrlgs l*?no Thur low, Cortiett; Maggie Wood illri. Buck hard t . A W Onddard (Br). la-wls: Sarah A Emma, Hanson; Oakeatellr_ Sparks; C C Robinson, Adams; John Pierce, Town-end; Sorata (Br), Lander, and John lltighttnan, all for do; selira Maggie Mulvey, Fountain; Lewis S Davis, Osborne; Wave Croat. Wlnehenbach: Abide Dunn. Fountain; Charles K Hears, Turner; Thomas W Stone. Pltrher; draco Webster, dales . Annie Bliss. Simmons: Katie Collins. Mathls: II D May, Mav; O V Drisko, Drisko. and H J Olive (Br). Stew art. all tor do. Cow Hat. CB, April 11, I'M?Sailed, steamer Alhambra (llr), Nnw Y'ork. Ker.ics llAnnoK (Smyrna). March is?In port, bark Han cock Nlckerson, lor New Y'ork, wind hound. Havana, April 5?Arrived, sehr Joseph Souther. Watts, St John, N B; (Ith. steamer Maria (Sp) Molina. New Orleans (will proceed Clth lor llurcelotia) : achra A Denlke, Jones, do; C S Hart, Davis, Philadelphia. Also arrived Hth, hark C A IJtileUeld, Carver, Cardiff; 7th. echrs Nancy Smith. Davis. Pi lladelphla; Addie llyer aon, Makovey, St John, NB, via Cardenas; Lissle Msjor, Tracy, do via Matansas, Sailed Bth, steamer Castilla (Sp), Kquidasa (Irom Now Orleans), Barcelona; hark Kmillo Barabino (F||), .Mir. IVnsncola; 7th. steamer (My of Havana, shorwood, Vera Crux, Ac; hrlg Cites Dennis, Dodge. Hague. In Port 7th brigs Qttaco (Br), Hill-Ion. lor N of Ilatteras : Osmbia, Harding, tor do: seltrs Lnole Marcltison. Jones, for New York; Louisa Bliss, Strong, for N of Ilatteras via Cardenas, and others. ? Halifax, NH. April 13. AM?Hailed, stoamer Ontario (Br). Houebeite (from Liverpool), Philadelphia. Arrived Bth. schr N M Haskell, Malone, New York. Cleared loth, bark Win Wilaou (Br), Loudou. Limrooi.. April 11?flatted, itrwir Tberalan (Bf)y Iluria, Bntoo. ?"??<?% April 5?Arrived, b*rls Qm?i of the South Fleming. Greenock. Belled 7tb. scbr Ahble O Titeomb, K?a?jr, N of II at tore* In port 7th, Prigs Liberty. Deveveanx, for Kalttoieret Goo W Chase, P?tt?'m, for Philadelphia; barks LtpnuiO, Buuker, tor Nov York; Minnie Hooter. Woodman, fit* llompton Roads: sehrs Eomi Crosby, Crosby; li i* Bridges. Laadrtck. and May MclraxUad. McForUud. for M of llottoroo. Paxaxo. Morch 20?Arrived, steamer Honduras,- Dexter, Central America. Saliod 29th, otooiner tooth Corollas, Morton, Central America. (JLMKnaTOU *. April 7- Arrived previously, chip Miolxtel ?f Morula Br). Frltt. Patacke. Kio Jaskixo Marrti 5?Arrived, Darks Winifred (Bit, Hutlgins, Mulitiociro: 7th, Maydjueen,. Springsteen,. do;brig Chowan, Clements, do Soiled Morch 7. berk Moggie V Hit**, Steed, Baltimore. Skcojatx (Guatemala), Morch 21?to port, scbr Uraodr Bought, nnr. Saoua, April 5? Arrived,herk Addo J Hunner, Weleh, St Tbumoa; schrs Alnio, Johnson, end David Aruox, If landers, 1J uvons In port April ft, barks Jose E More, Carlisle, for New York; S It Lyman. Plnhbam for N of Hatterne; trips Minnie Butler (Hr). Campbell: L K Moueen, Huntley; An Bella. Evaus: Moras Dev. Crooiy. sod F H Jeouings, Mo honey, lor do; ecbre Mary B tUaplea. Putnam. fur Nov York; K b Burns, Crosby; A P Auiae, Ackou ; K D Kndi cnti. Carroll; L W Wbeeler. Boeuiu ; J R lloilliUy. Ven Cleuf: Annie Levis, Al'lrlcb; Lewis Kbrmen, Collins; liar nion Curtis. Curtis, end Alma, Joh::*aa, for N of llntterea St Jons. NB. April 10? Arrived, sdu Mtaala (Br) ..Watte. Now York. Cleared 10th. steemor Svead i'OibI Aerie, Curd iff; bark. Arabia (Br). Eastna, Bristol; sehr Obuunlra iBr), Melnaoy, Barbados. Sailed lUtb, bark Wawaleaoa (Bri, Wllnom Londonderry. Zarbisar, March 7?Arri-ed, aetk Tarda XapaiL. Badhel* dor. Muse at, to eall eoen for Boston. A-lIEIilCAN PORTS. ALEXANDRIA, April lO- Cleared, sehrs Charmer. Prorts deuce; lleury Davey, Now Bedford; E II Atwood. George town; Hettlo Baker, do; Henry Adalbert (from Georga towni. 11 tb--Arrived, schr* Ed via J Morrhion, Boston: Rhode Holmes, Windsor NS: Warren Sawyer, New York; E A L Curdery aud Lllllo Falkeuburg, ? for Waahlugton; lleury F Havens, Kliaa Moore auil D Brown, - for Georgetown. Cleared-Schri Che* Dennis, Providence; Hamburg., for orders; Hlcbard Van* (from Georgetown), . HOHTO S, April 12?Arrived, steamer FotUvitln, Sujow, Pbllade Iphta. BALTIMORE, April 12?Arrived, barks Trionfo (Ital), Tlxl, Curlt; Gennroso 11 tell, Itnouocore, Liverpool; Vug Berg iGer), Poget. Iluliaud; S D Carltun, t'reeuuui, Liver pool; HolTunng (Ger), Gerlach, MUferd: NerUeuskJold (Bur). Peterson, Grl.ustad; Mad re Cerutl dtal). l'uinmaeo, l.vnn; brig II B. Cleaves, Cummlaie. Malauaae; ecbr A B Hyer, Botts, Perisaools. Cleared?Steaiuors Win Craoe. Howes, Boston; America, Billup, Savuniiuli; barks Vasa (Nor), NleUon. Elelnore; Countess ot DulTsrla (Br). Tegam, Loudiodcrry; Pater Crevor (Br), Muuro. Cork: Rasa (Aast), Coenlicti. I^aeea* town; brigs Italia (Br), Millar. Ht Johns, l'R; Spray Bloom (Br). Gauuii, St Tboraae: scbro Maud Seward. AppLegartb, Nassau ; Edgar llalgbt, Callcy, New York; Marietta Steel inan. Towers. Salem; Albert Thomas. Rosa. Charleston; Tlllio Vanderkerchen, Batnman. Boston. Sailed?Steamer Lake Chainplaln ; bafka NoeL. Storjoban ; brigs Italia, Spray Bloom ; ecbr Maud Seward. BANGOR. April 10? Arrived, ship Martha Cobb. Green bauk. Havre, via Delaware Breakwater, to load for Liver pool. BATH, April 10?Sailed, echr Clara E Simpson, Tepler, Pitlston. to load ico for Philadelphia. CEDAIt KEYS, April 7?Sailed, scbr Franklin, Darts. New York. CHARLESTON. 8C, April 12-Arrired, steamers Via gluts, Philadelphia; Falcon, Baltimore; scht W 11 Thnr?> dike. Sutllla Itlvor for Philadelphia, leaky. Cleared?Brig Andreas Bauok (Sw). Hanek. Cronstndt. DARIEK, April 12?Arrived, bark Sunbeam (Br), Brown, Liverpool. Cleared?Barks Constaute (Aus:, Iraoeioh, Gibraltar; George B Doano (Br), Corulug, Liverpool. DEAL'S ISLAND. April 0?-bailed, schr Etta E Sylvester, Nnwromh. Providence. EUREKA, April 2?Sailed, bark Monitor. Saa Francisco. EDO AKTOWN, April 10?In the enter harbor, brig Cbria ta C Colson. Packard, Sagua la Grande for llo-t.-u. FKHNANOINA. April 7 Arrived, schrs Etta Jt Jo vie. Burner. Savannah; Nellie Treat. Whitney. St Augustine. FORTRESS MONROE. April 12-Arrivod, bark Klder klrk (Gen, Krohmntt. Kochefort. seeking. Sailed?Ship Globe (Br), Harrison (from Antofogasta), Falmouth, K. FALL RIVER, April 0?Arrived, sebri Twilight, Catb cart. Smith Anibov; Mediator, Davis, Port Johuson. GALVESTON, April 7?Arrived, sclir Harriet Brewster, Sanford, Vera Cru*. 12th?Sailed, bark S It Bearse, Sweetser, Philadelphia. KEY WEST April 12- Arrived, ship J u Robertson (Br), Seelev. Liverpool for orders, MACIllAH, April 5?Arrlvod, schr Nellie F. Huntley, Near York. Otli?Sailed, scbr Garland, Libby, New York. NORFOLK, April 10?Arrived, schrs L Malov, Abdell Now York; Rebecca Knight, Leek, do; J D Johnston. Roads. (Jo. John S D-wells. Howell, do; Irene Meeervey, Jones. Kockport; Maggie Van Deusen. Jester, New York; 8 D Barnos, Decker, do; William McUee. Brown, uo; M Rod gers. Abriims. do; William Masyck, Decker, do. 11th?Arrived, schr Ktnlly II Naylor, Fisher, Cardenas lot Philadelphia (see Miscellany). NEW BEDFORD, April lO?Sailed, tchr J B Clayton, Gilford, 1'hliadulplila. 1 lib?Arrived, schr J I Worthlngton, Fitch, Port John son. Bailed?Schrs Huttie M Howes, llawes, Philadelphia; D C Foster, Pedrlck, Now York. NEWPORT, April 10?Arrived, schr Muroellus, Ilomieg, Fall River for New York. 11th. H AM? Arrived, schr Lonts Walsh, Comstoek, Fall ltlver for New York (aud sailed). Sailed?Schrs Mary H Tower. Rich. Providence (or Vir gin is; Minnie Chase, Barker, New Bedford; Daniel Morris, Mankin. Weehawken for Nantuuset; Isabella Fuller. Ful ler. Yarmouth tor New York; sloop George II Smith, Cbasa. New Bedford for do. 12th?Arrived, schr Ella Clllton (Br), Kimball, Provi dence via Vineyard Haven for St John, NB. NAKltAOANSKTT, BI. April 11?Arrived In Dutch Island llarhor Otli, sehr Mary Mil-swan. Chase, Sagua la Uranda for Boston (and sailed llthl. 11th?Arrived and sailed, schr Mary A Drury, Gage, New York for Boston. Sailed-Sclirs Jnlln A Parsons, Scull. South Am bey for Boston : Nicola. Randall, New York lor Portsmouth, Nil; L M Strout. Fernald, lloboken tor Castine, Mo; 8 A E Corson, Corson. Philadelphia for Boston. NEW LONDON, April 11?Arrived, schr Fanny Fern, lloboken. Hailed ?Brig Mnggle Glen (Br), St John, NB; schrs 8 Aj plegsto. New York ; Sarnli E Allen. Pri Fred Gray ('rora Turks Island), Boston. s 8 Ap Isi and; NEW IIAVEN. April 11-Arrlved. sehr B A Andrews, Demon. Philadelphia. PORT LUDLOW April 4?Sailed, bark Adalaida Cooper, Hawes. San Francisco. I'AbCAUOULA, April 8?Arrived, schr Palma, Taylos, New Orleans. Clesred?Barks Galllie (Dan), Dybdhal. Bordeaux: Julie Ernestlao (Fr). Jean, do; sehr Sarah llall, Roberts, Key West. l'ENSACOLA. April 7?Arrived, ship Urenla (Nor), Jor Senson, Glasgow; backs Eleetra (Dutch). Helnor. Amster am: Leyroaux (Hr). Brown, St Thomas: Clara Maria (Sws), Hiigge Bristol. Slreue (Ger), dallies. Liverpool; B.inito (Br), Fraser, Norfolk; brig Kllida (Br), MeMulau, Havanaah. Cleared? Shin Joe Milberry (Br), Weston, Greenock, bark Eiirnpa (Nor), Kllasen, Brest; schr Jechin, Oetehell, Phila delphia. PHILADELPHIA. April 12?Arrived, stoamers Juniata, Catharine. Savannah: Achilles. Hscoa. Kail River; Berks, Pendleton, Boston via Fall River; Centipede, Hewetl. Boston; Panther. Mills, do; Hercules, Sweoey. Fall River; Kuualor, lllovkley. Charleston ; ship Carl I.hick (Gen, lla gel. Iaindon; barks Han Mssuranlen (Aus), Mrdanleh, Ply mouth; Celestlna (Aus), Copaltleh, Gloucester, E; hrlg Sagua, Munday, Sagua; sclirs Rovai Arch, Crowley. Port laud: Armstrong. Ktlierldge, Boston; Emma L Cottinx* haul, Sieelman. do; Oliver Ainos, Babbitt, do; II L Slier man. Allev, do; Kato E Rich, Doughty, Lynn; Ellle H, Ray, Fairtun, N J Cluarcd?Stoamor Agnes, Smith, New Y'ork: hark Cecilis (Sweil), Hook, Hamburg: bries Siiomulalnon (Uus). Hurl in. dopeniiagen; 8 V Merrick. Llppiiicott, Matanzas; Trl Brats (Aus), Stepanovleh, Ulhra'tar; Lord DulTrrin (Br), llarkvtt, Barbados; schrs Llsile Katchelder, English. Asplnwall: l'elro. Kelley, Keunebuntport: Wyoming, Foes. Wilming ton, Nil; Siitagawa, (iuptill, Portland; Klwood Burton. Jarvis. Hoverly ; Kste V Aithen. Brnwer, Boston Addte J Nellie, Cameron, St John, Nil: Mary Freeland, Clark, Fall River; Julia Garrison, Smith, do; Geo Aery. Kodgers Prov idence; t! Harris, Benton, do; EC Babcock. Treen. do: Reading Railroad No :t4. Adams, New lluven; Nellie H Benedict, Terrell, New IjoiiUoii . Clarissa Allen, Butler, Roekport: James Martin, Brown, Boston; Anna Marts, Reeves. Millvllle. I.kwks, Del. April 12?Arrived, sehrs Centennial, Bennett. Turks Island; Fannie. New York. Sailed?Harks Korsfo-e (Nor), tor Philadelphia; W J Wlilting (Br), for Dohoy: brig E A Barnard, for Cardenasp schr Iwar, lor Porto Cahello. Passing out 4:20 PM, steamer Illinois, lor Liverpool* Wind K, Iresh. PORTLAND. April 10-Cleared, brig Zebenia (Br), Mefs rlam. Parrsboro, NS. 11 tli?Cleared, sehr P L Smith, for New Yore. 12th? Cleared bsrk Henrietta (Br), Blmptoa, Cork ; sehf Grace Ciishing. Philadelphia. PROVIDENCE, April 11 - Arrived, sehr* Eddla Pierce, llawes. Virginia; Mary E Whorf-, Rich, Virginia; Llsile W llannum, Ooodspeed, do; A II Puryear. Brown, do; Warrea J Crosby, Atwood, do; John Bslch, Itannah. Port Johnson; C Mathews, Wentworlb. lloboken. Sailed-Steamer Catharine Whiting, Herding. Phlladel phis: schrs Florence I Lockwood. St John,Georgetown. DC; Wm F Garrison. Howen: Rachels Miller, Smith; George Aery, Rogers, and J C Cottiughnm, Ayres, Plilladelphlai Alida, Cousins, Perth Ainhoy; A I' Colin, Brown. Sontl Aniboy; Baltimore. Mowatt: Manna Loa. Sanford; Tsrrj Not, Nickei'son: John Price. Nlekerson; A W Thompson Mullen; It II Wilson, Clark, and Marceaa Munsoa, Jr, Day tor. New Y ork. PAtfTL'CKKT, April 11?Arrived, sehr Barrett I/Owla, Wstson, lloboken. Sailed?sclirs F 0 Smith, Smith, and Magellan, Smith, New York, RICHMOND, April 10?Cleared, bark Riga (Dan). Jon gensen, Greenock. Sailed?Bark Olof Glss (Sw>. Domev. Copenhagen: scbrt Albert Dalle.v. Nssoii, New York; Zuletto Kenyan. Buuio Ingliitm, Hartford, ct SAN PKA.vClHCO, April 4?Sailed, ship Belvidere. Seat lie. ? 12th?Arrived, ships Black llawk. Ilowland, New York; River Nltli (Br). Carpenter, Ardroassu; hark Loch Ken (Br). Cam ruing, do. SAVANNAH. April 12?Arrived, bark Oaean (Br), Mo Kensle. Bellu.t Cleared?Schr Utile Lane, Bostoe. Sailed-Steamers Leo. Daniels, Nassau; Wm Kennedy, Foster, Baltimore; bark Ralph B i'oske (Br), Uobeu, Cm lao. SULI.IVAN, Me. April H? Sailed, schr Sea Dog, Strout, Philadelphia SOMERSET, April 0-Arrived, sehrs Belle Seaman, Hteeiinan, euath Ainhoy : Volant, laird. Weehawker.. Sailed?Schrs Trade Wind, Cor,on, Philadelphia; J G Fell, Hampshire. New York. TARPAULIN COVE. April D?In port, hark Smyrnlute, Hears from Port Kllt ihetli, WCA. tor Huston. VINEYARD HAVEN, April ID?Arrived, schr* N III# 0 I'nlne, I'lrrca, PliilaOidphla for Boston; Arthur Burton, Cdombs, l.lncolnvilld for New Bedford. Tlieie were no departures. WILMINGTON, N'C, April 10?Arrived, steamer Konefoo tor, Jonas, New York. 12ih?Arriiod, hark Senior (Nor), Jannneien, Amster dam. Cleared?Hark Elisabeth Taylor (Br), Mitchell, Ant* werp. WAKEHAM, April 10?Sailed, echr R 8 Dean, White, New Y ore. WICKKORD, April 11?Sailed, schra Bertha, (hinovor, Perth Ainboy: John Maulove. Hal lock. Elisalietliport. WKSTKKLV, April 10?Arrived, echr K H Clark, Vare, lid oken. l'ACIITS, XTKVJIBOVTH, ?fcC. AT OKKAT rvAlT.IKIOK. TO OI.OSK AN KiITATI?.? Menm Ymht lor aula, Ii*> fact limit, 17 frut beam, double engine and capable of "teaming trt in Una an hour; u lenirpaened cabiu accommodation* hik! uioai complete In every appointment, having been hniU by tha ownw?, re lawOaaaafeapawao. Aiiur?-? exkittoh. Matthluwa?? IMit sale i>r BR*11 aniiiT 5Trma5RjuTZ Jm3T. dare; engine SDMIl, In eomplrte order, now running; will exchange inr entailer Tag. IManiiare slKl'llf.Nii A OONDIT, loot Vcaey, *. R_ Wanted?\ hloop yacht, an kkkt kkei, and I'd lent beam, oat over two veara old. and imiat be in 8toil order. Apply to K. D. ril'lAHNKhl*, A3 bprucoat., ow York. WANTKD TO CHAWtKit-KXCbRsToN BARUSWITH ?Ingle dock anil currying capacity gnu to diaiperaona, lor Juae, Jnly and VngoHt, 1*77. Addrvae. trllh tarnia at* partleulara, & A. VY LilLluR. 71 Exchange plnca.