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A CATASTROPHE AVERTED.
Three Five Story Briok Tenements Tumble Down. ? ? NO LIVES LOST. Providential Escape of the Inmates. WHO IS TO BLAME? A row of old and dilapidated brick tenement house#, four stories in height, situated on Kast Twenty-third street, near First avenue, crumbled and lell with a tremendous crash at nine o'clock: last night but fortu nately no person was Injured, so far, at least, as learned up the hoar ol going to press. A lew houra later and the twenty-odd fam ilies sheltered within the treacherous walls would all or nearly all have been summoned to eternity. Owing lo the witness of tho hour only few were In bed. A bulging wall attracted the attention of ono of the inmatos, and he gava the alarm. The situation of the doomed buildings was likewise fortunate. Within two blocks of the station house on one aide and a shorter distance from an engine bouse on the other, effective aid was prompt In coming. The action of Police Captain Allaire, of the ttghteenth precinct. Is dosnrvingof tho highest praise. Cool and determined, he quickly had his reserves clear the dangorous bnlldings ol all their occupants, und wlieu the work van completod he rigoroualy kept from with out the palo of dangor many who to save their prop erty were eager In their blindness to rush into the laws ol death. For fully sixty minutes the police stood grim gnxrd, driving back tho ever-lncroas Ing throngs, closing their ears to piteous appeals from the late occupants to be allowed to save ttils or that valuable, expostulating with some, using force with others, bat keeping uppermost in mind throughout the knowledge that every moment might come down the tottering monument of orick, bringing sore destruction to all within its doadly reach. iho firemen, too, under the command of Chief Bates, wore scarcely less activo in their eflorts to pre vent loss of life. Their long experience made It elear that tho feeble walls were as the pulsations of the dying, growing weaker oach moment and liable at an instant's warning to fall hoadlong to the s'.reet. The surging crowds wailed breathless lor the end, and the excitement continued on the Increase. With each fresh gust ot wind the spectators fancied that the heavy walls swayed, now toppling liko the loaning tower of Pisa, now assuming the perpendicular, and again shivering as if in the final throes of dissolu tion. At last It came. TBS CRASH. Shoots from a thousand excited throats sslngled with the gigantic crash only to be drowned therein. The buildings were no more. A heap of ruins, a skele ton floor work and furniture of all descriptions, inter mixed with brick, mortar and dobrls, marked the spot. The people drew a sigh of relief, and the suspense was over. ra*T!<;oi.iRS or TDK accident. The first Intimation ol tho Impending cataatropbo was had by Henry Walsh, who kept a liquor store on the first floor ot No. 342. He was waiting on bis customers, when bo suddenly heard a low crackling noiso in the Duck room, followed almost immediately by u crush. It was Ulteen mlnutos past seven P. M., Hr. Walsh having uotleed the time a moment before. Hurrying tu he saw tho mantel piece swaving outward, as if forced Ireni Its place by some great pressure, and just above it the wall began to crack, bulging slightly inward and becoming lined with g*piug scams. Walsh, who had little faith in the stability of the house at once concluded that dangor was imminent, and without delay bo sent word to Captain Allalro in tho Twcnty-second street station house. The Captain appreciated the peril of Hit inmates of tho threatened tcnomcuts, and the reserves were at once ordered out. In Walsh's atore Iho yawning walla abowed that no time was to be lost aud orders wore at once Issued to hurry the Inmates into tbe streets and not to allow them to re main a moment under any consideration, l'bese Instructions were literally carried out, and from tbetr rooms tbe frightoned occupants were hastily conduc'.od into the street. Ul course this was attended with no little troublo, for. as is customsry in such cases, the attempt to clear the house was met with remonstrance, and in a desire to carry oft their little valuables many forgot the peril their lives w?o in. Some two or throe suoccoded In collecting a portion of their household gooos, but wero forced to abandon ibem and in a short time tho occupants ot tbe doomed bouses were clustered In tbe street, with not an arti cle saved Iroin ruin but tbe olotbes they worn. Tho next precaution taken was to post men to prevent any one's returning to the building, und this was found to bo a task it no little difficulty, as several fathers ot fsmllles seeing tbo building still stauding, snd fancying tho dancer was not so immi nent, insisted on going back to their rooms to carry ofl what little effects they could. Of course the police were wisely obdurate, and refused to be prevailed upon and the ejectcd groups scattered In a little while to tbe bouses of their neighbors to await the expected ruin of tbelr homes. In the confusion ot removing the people Irom the houses some two or three evaded the police, but these managed to make an exit through the roof in time to save themselves. A crowd mcantimo bad gatlierod on the street and awaited the anticipated crnsh. It was not lon'g delayed. Tbo line id the roof seemed broken tor a moment, tho front wall swayed and bulged outward and then windows, masoury and all mingled and fell with a torrific crash to the ground. There was a hurried scampering o( people from the street, and then, after a minute's splice, there was a still nioro mighty din as the enttro rear portion ol the building tumbled into the yard at tho buck. 'I he whole ol the front wall of No*. 342 und 344 aud a portion of tho roof and upper masonry of No. 34ft had fallen with the first crash und tbe shattered Interior of the build lug ? as exposed. Tbo party-wall hud sunk down and the beams and flooring wero resting obliquely upon't with tho furnituro gathered !u couluted masses upon them. Every article scorned shattered and tbo ceilings and woodwork were nil In fragment*. In tho rcur ol the building tho distribution was still greater. Here floors aud all had tumbled down, and a huge bill of brick aud shuttered beams was *11 that bad been lelt of the structure. The ruin here had been immediate and completa daxubk or ruts. At first it was feared that nouio of tbe ovorturnod stoves in the lallen bouses might sot the ruined wood work In flauie.<. A fireman, in mounting to the roof ol No. 346, found an old woman there, who bad climbed through the scuttle of the adjoining house, and who see mod de lirious with fright. It was learned, too, that Olllcer Kaymond and a young man named Hauly nad a nar row escape, being oniy abio to leap from the rulued bouse at the moment ot Its fall. THK CACSB or TUK DISASTSa. Tbe staloincnu uiadu by tbe unhappy tenants last oigbt .-bow that somebody is very much to blima for the catastrophe. It appears that tbe row of Ave story orlck lonoinents, ol wnirb the lallen buildings were a part, wero erected somo twenty-six years ago, and that about, eight years ulncc the very walls which last night gave way showed a strong disposition to tuinbio in. Draces wero placed undor too floors and tbe walls were propped In some way, so that tbe disaster was delerrod. From tlite appisrunce of tho front walls before they crumbled It would sp?m that still more re cently they had been strengthened by placiug Iron "anchors" aud "mars'' in theiu. l.a.i winter tnc cellars were flooded almost constantly, and many complaints were made by the tenants to tbe igcnt, one Crovior, in West Broudwav, near Canal itreei. Who tbu owuer Is tho tenants do not know; but It is uuderstood that the building be longs to Mr. Henry Hand, of Hoboken, N. J. No notice was taken ol these complaints and the water wus allowed to flow In and find an out let under the foundations. It is believed that tbo dis aster may be tracod directly to that cause. Tbe water, finding its way into the crevices of tho walls, was fro/en when tbe temper ature beeanio lower and, swelling In volomo in the freezing proce*--, rplii tbe ma?onry und initiated tho process ol disintegration which culminated last nicbt lo ibn downlall ol iho structure. Of, course Tbo disaster ator.ee gave occasion for in quiries as to why the Superintendent ol Buildings had not been notified of the weakness ol tho walls, or If ho bad, why ineusurea had not been taken to avert tho catustrophe. Inquiry w?nt to show that an inspector of buildings had visited the tenements yesterday loom ing, but lor what purpose or what he reported sre matters only of speculation. From all accounts, it would iuctn that the unstable condition of tba build ings was known for a long lime, und It Is said, too, that they wero condemned several months ago. at nrt.i.KTfi: iinsriTAt.. Information of the threatened danger reached Belte vue Hospital a few minutes before tho accident took plaee and the ambulances were Immediately got into readiness. At a quarter pa?t nine o'clock a signal was received, snd an srnbuiunco with Dr. Dlsbrow at once left tbe piece. It brought back Kllen McKmery, nged fortv-tbree who was aDout to become a mother, and her'three children, whose residence w,?s No. 3lfl Kast Twenty-third street. They wore taken to tho lodging house. TBI JIOMM.KSI. Several laBllhw, who nad been made homeless hy the falling of tho houses, applied for lodging at the Kast Tweaty-second street station house, aud were accommodated. __ THE SPANISH MISSION. Borrow, June 16, M7T. James Bossed Lowell has acooptrd the Spanish misejoa and will abortly leave for dps in. MORMON JUSTICE. PLOT OP THE LATTEB DAT SAINTS* LEADEK8 TO PUBLISH FALSE EVIDENCE ABOUT THE ASSAULTS ON THE HEBALD COBKESi'ONDENT. [BT TELEOKAPH TO THE HBBALD. ] Salt Lake, Utah, June 10, 1877. Some Idoa ot Mormon tactics may bo obtained from the course pursued by tbe Mayor ol Salt Lake City In respect to the proceeding! had and tbe testi mony taken In regard to the recent two at tempts here to cut ofT your correspondence. The Mayor, who Is a nepbew ol Brigbam Young, and who, like every other city officer or portion em ployed in tbe service of tbe city, Is a Mormon, sub ject to tbe Prophet's will, presided ever tbe Inqui sition beld at the Walker House od tbe 1st inst.,tbe purpose of this Inquisition being to try tbe tujurod party, Instead ol looking tor the culprit. Tho Mayor bad in bis train the Mormon City Attornoyand a stenographlo reporter who Is Brigbam Young's own private secre tary, no other stenographer In tbe city bs ing disengaged. Tbe Gentiles present, including your attorney, preferred to accept Brnrhatn Young's man's servioes rather than appear to seek tbe least dolay. It was, however, stipulated and promiBodby tbe Mayor? flrst, that the proceedings should be reported in lull: second, that the stenographer's report should be ready wltbln a week; third, that report should then bo submitted to your correspondent for correction beforo publication. Since then threo applications liavo been made lor the report without result. The priesthood had decided to suppress It. Tboy preferred to adept tbls method, and let the mendacious statements or tbe Mormon press bore In regard to tbls affair penetrate In advanoe through thc^ouniry. A LgTTKR TO TBI * IT OR. Yesterday, tberelore, your correspondent addressed to tbe Mayor the following note and sent It to him by ? courteous messenger:? Wju.arn Ilocsx, June 14, 1877. Hon. Fkraxori I.ittlk m??On the lot lust. I consented to appear at a meeting In tbo parlors of tbe Walker llome, over which you presided, and m which an informal and not very thorough luqulsition was beld concerning the recent cowardly and unprovoked assaults upon iny life. At tliut meeting a steuograohic reporter was chonen before 1 appeared, and you voiunieereu the assuranco that Ids not*-* of what took place should be tran scribed and a written report furnished to me for correction and publication. Two weeks have slnee elapsed; a period unreasonably long it seems to me for the report to bare been delayed. Three applications bare been made for a part or tbe whole of it; one by myselt, the others by Mr. John C. Young, of tbe TVib loie, but without result. In tbe meantime a rancorous, mendacious reenrd of proceedings to which I re luctantly consented to become a party at yonr request, is circulated in other papem besidos tho Salt Lako UrraUl in which It originally appeared. In Justice to myself I a?K that a copy of the stenographic aeconnt may lie turnisneduue at onco. I slioutil say here that Mr. Oilibs, the reporter, promised that his report would be ready within a week. I am, sir, your obedient servant, J. B. STILLSON. Tbe messenger was insulted by tbe magistrate, who flew into au indecent flt of passion at being thus called upon to surrendor testimony which, if accurately transcribed, will convict him nnd his myrmidons of attemptlug a futile trick upon an outraged stranger. FROPOSIMU PUKTHKR EKLAT. lie declined to answer, but during the day, after consul tation bad been bad with Brigbam Young and others of the hierarchy, he sent a noto to your corres pondent in wblcli he renounces the principal obli gation, and proposes a further delay. Ho engages that tbe stenographic report which had been completed and lying In his desk for days past, may be ready for publication next week. In the meantime he ob jects to surrender to the principal person interested any purt of the report, except prool slips of bis own statemeat. The testimony of other witnesses is to be manipulated as Brigbam Young and his conrselior* desire, 'nils plan ot the priesthood. which la exposed In to-day's ournals, is denounced as infamous. It is inrdly likely, however, that It will succeed in suppressing tbo laets attested by witnesses who are ready to renew their oaths, If necessary, In regard to most scoundrelly assaults and libels which have recently stained tbo annals ot this city. It should be added that there are old residents here who believe this indiscreet Mayor and Ills police force were accessory tu the assaults They teel Justified in this sus picion, not only becanse of the evident desiro of Mayor Little to bush ,up tbe affair and shield the criminal, but hccaui-e sucli a course would be consonant with records of himself and Ills Mormon subordinates. The Mayor has been publicly charged with being concerned in a murder here. A CR1VK 5T A I.N hi) POUCH. As for tbe police, two of them at least have been indicted for murder, but have not yet been brought to trial; while there is not one of them who is not openly accused, as principal or accessory in the same crime. A former United States Attorney here assert*, wtiat la indeed notorious that Mormon officials of every grade are ap pointed here partly because ol their willingness to carry out tha doctrine of blood atonement when called upon. In fact but lew of the Mormon Church, or civil officials, are exempt from charges or suspicions that tbey have been concerned with crlm-.-s. MIDNIGHT WEATHER REPORT. War DitrARTiM.TT, 1 rue Chikf Signal Officer, I incston, Jane 17?1 A. M. ) War DBrARTHK.fT, Office of tu* Washington, Indicationi. For New England, rising baromotor, falling tem perature, north westerly winds, partly cloudy weather and occasional showers. For the Middle Atlantic States rising, barometer, sonthwest to northwest winds, partly cloudy wouther, occasional showers and stationary or lowor tempera ture. For tbe South Atlantic States, nearly stationary pressure and temperature, southwesterly winds, partly cloudy weather and possibly occasional showers. For the Gulf States, nearly stationary pressure and temperature, wind mostly from tlie south, partly cloudy and cloudy weather, with occasional showers For Tennesseo and tho Ohio Valley, slight changes In pressure or temperature, winds variable, but mostly from the south, partly cloudy wcathor and occasional showers. For tbe Lower Missouri and Upper Mississippi val leys and upper lako region, stationary or lower pres sure, stationary or higher temperuiure, winds generally shifting to east and south, clear or partly cloudy weather. For tbe lower lake region, higher pressuro, sta tionury or lowor temperature, winds mostly from the northwest and clear or partly cloudv weather. The Missouri will fall. The Mississippi will fall, ex cept betweon Memphis sud Vicksburg. THE WEATIU5H YEHTEBDAY. The following record will show tho changes In tbs temperature tor tbe past twenty-four hours, in com parison with tbe corresponding dale of laat year, as Indicated by the tlierirouieter at Hudnut's pharmacy, Hkiiald lluilalng:? 3 AM. 6A. ?. 0 A. M. 12 M. 1876. r, 3 ?3 6H 74 1877. <19 71 70 75 1878. 3:30 P. M 78 6 1'. M 71 BP. ?1. 67 12 P. M 66 1877. 78 70 74 71 73V Average temperature yesterday.... Average temperature tor corresponding date last year 68 y 187B. 1877. Weekly averago 72 4 7 TO SHIPPING NEWS OCEAN STEAMERS. DATES or 1>RPA1NTRK FROM NEW TORE FOE TBI MONTH8 OK .lt;N* AM) JULY. Steamer. j 1 OfW Idaho.. ?.......... ltuaala Ir'raiire State of Nevada... Meat Ilrrder City of Richmond. lialv Amerique. Utopia Uevnola Od?r Aleerla Stale of Vireinla. Itli.ln An'hnri* H l?unn Germanic. VV voinlue Bothnia rrlxia V Oaland City ol Bi-rlin Alnatla California.... ... . Nee (cur Stateof Indiana.. I'onimeranla Adriatic ... rity nf Che?t#r .. Wlaeonnln Juno It .time J nne 20 Jone '.'I June 21 June 21 Juno June ii Jane 28 June June 23 June 23, June 27 Innn 2X. .Tnne :i" June 30, J nne 2*. Inns Inly 3. July 4. July .1. July filly 7 IJllir 7. July 7 Inly 7 July 12 Jn'j 12. inlv 14. J ill v 14. July 17 Liverpool. Liverpool llitvre (tiaarow Itolterdani. Iiantbiirv.. Liverpool.. Liverpool.. llavrn London.... Cilaofiiw.. Bremen..., l.lrerpool Olaneow... Brer.:en. ,. Oiuajrow. . II unilntri. Liverpool.. Liverpool.. Liverpool.. Hamburg llottprdam I .Ivor poo I. I.oodnu ... <>laairo<?... Hrrmen ... (ilaavow... I l!amt>ursr. ? Liverpool.. Liverpool Liverpool., 20 Broadway 4 Bowline 'ireeu M Broadway 7*J Broadway .'Ki Broadway 81 Hroadway IT> Broadway ??".? Broadway .'>5 Broadway |7 Bo* line i ,r*en 7 Bowline Oraen ?J Bowline Orren 4 Bowline Orean 7'J Broadway ?J Bowline lireen 7 Bowline iireen r>l Broadway :I7 Broadway '.'II Broadway 4 Boa Iiiik 1 .r -ea Bl Broadway VI Broauwnv Ifi Broadway 7 Bowline l/reeft 7 Bowline i irern ?2 Bowl'n." Oree? 7'J Broadway 01 llroaaway :i7 Broad ?av ? Ir> Broadway lafl Broadway ALMANAC FOR NEW VOItK?THIS DAY an* ami) moos. Snn rises 4 28 Sun seta 7 33 Moon sets..... ..eye 11 64 | HIGH WA1BX.. Gov. Island.... morn 12 47 Sandy Hook...morn 12 02 Hell Gate morn 2 02 PORT OF NEW YORK, .JUNE 10,1877. ARRIVALS. RUrOKTF.?) BY THE HERALD PTE AM TArfTTS AVD II Ell A 1.1) WlirTKSTOSE TELKOlt API! LINK. Hteamer l.'topia (Br), Orate. London Jane B, Willi mdae and H3 nakaeneTt to llrndi-raon Bros. Kirat part ol ihe paaaaee had atron/ wraterly ealer. latter pari light wind and fine weather. Ho date. In lat 4'J M, Ion .'<0 IB, panned au leeherg, steamer Aaayria (Brl, Knox, rianna May 3, Leghorn ?th, Naples OtU, Barreuto 0t!i, Messina 15ta, Palermo SWtb. ale a ton 24th and Gibraltar 2^1 It. with mdse and V? ptuinpn to lleuderson Urn* Had Una clear weather, with very heavy westerly swell to the Banks; thence dense fug to port; May 10, l it 4J lK?. lou o3, pas?"d ban W I Whiting (llri. from Darien for Dordr echt: 11th. no lat, Ac, a French steamer, hound E. (Tin- Assyria ?u Incorrectly reported h> arrived on the 14tb lint. ] Steamer Herman l.mngston. Mallory. Savannan June 13, with md?<* and Daasengers to Geo Yonge. Bark Charles Hat i.Nor), Skeen, Liverpool 4't days. In bal last. to Loul* I o tens. Bark Retina (Nor), Bronlnud, Liverpool 34 d^ys. in bal last to order. B?rk Mcolina (Ital), l'anco, llnll. K, via Delaware Break water '>0 dav?, In ballast, to Slocnvlch * Co, Bark Iut;olt' (Nor), Knndsen, Belfast 3H days, in ballast, to Punch. Kdye A On, Hark Francesco Silcnto (Ital), Ponio, Palermo 73 day*. Wit h fruit to .1 C Soairer. Bark Proho (Ital), lie Martino. Licata 73 days and Gib raltar 4i days, with sulphur to Lauro, Murer A On. Hark Kosfna Bruno (Ital), Paturxo, Trieste 135 days, with indie to Benliam A Hoyrsen, Passed Gibraltar May 1. Bark Leda (Am), Taraboechle, Smyrna Feb 11,with rndse to J 0 McAndrew. Passed Gibraltar May 2. Bark Imuersdor (ot Bridgetown). Chapman, Rio Janeiro May 4. with coffee to Miller A Munich ton. Bark Rio (le la Plata (Spi, Cbtraposa, Havana 0 days. In ballast to Chas Lullnir A Co. Bark Florence L Wenovar. Bryant, Matansaa S day*, with ?ugar to Benj llionda: vessel to J as llenry. Hnrk Zlba Br). Virtue. Cardnna* via Hampton Road*, wlth?agar to 8 A W Welsh: vessel to II ri Bailey A Co. HarK Masonic, Rlee, Cardenaa B daya, with sugar to Jss E Ward A Go Bark PawaiMck (of I<iverpool). Vry. Clentnegos 23 day*, with sugar to order ; vewel to J F Whitney A Go. Brig August (Gerl. Rush, Singapore Feb 10. with mdse to V II Brown A Co. Passed Anjer Feb 20, Capo of Oood Ilotie April 12 and crossed the Equator Mny CO, In lun 33. Brig Para (Br). Steevcs. Gloucester, B, April 20, In bai lout, lo Blukalee k Caldwell. llrig Bogota, Johaaon, t'ernamhuco .10 day*, with sugar to Gossler A Co; vessel to U U Swift A Co. Brig Daylight. Uibson. Demerara 20 day*, with sugar to L A' 1 I' Armstrong. Brig Ruby (ol New Haven), Neal. Trinidad (Port fipnln) 13 day*, witn sugar to D Trowbridge A Bon. Brig FalrtleUI (Br), Morris, rit 1'lerre, Mart, with sugar to Dwiglit A Flint: vessel to J K Whitney A Co. Hrig Kxeelslor (Br), Mayor, Bermuda 8 day*, with pro duce to Lraycrafl I Co. Brig Asteroid (Br), Morris, Charlottetown, PHI, 18 day*, with potatoes te Lunt Bros Sehr Panl Seavey Young. Monte Chrlstl 8 days, with log wood, Ac. S Mlcbelann A Co; vessel to F U Smith. Schr Nellie tirnut, Jordan. St Marc 10 dJty*. with logwood to R C Degncr; vessel to Warren Ray. Schr O M Marvett. Reed, Bar aeon 7 days, with fruit to T 1 Madge; vossel to B J Wenberg A Co. Scbr Sarah A Reed (of GalsT*), Guptil, Nevis via Dela ware Brenkwnte 10 davs, with sugar to li A Vet able A Son; vessel to Je'l Frye A Co. Schr Nile (ot Rockland. Me), Metealf, Eleuther* 0 days, with pines to A Douglas; vessel to I) J Wenberg A Co. Scltr Welcome R Mcrbe. Loafer, Savannah tidnyi. With lumber to J as Murray; vessel to Kvans. Ball A Co. Schr U K (iilei, Craniner. Richmond. Schr Woodruff Sims. Bennett, Alexandria. Schr May A Eva, Corson. Virginia. Schr A J Aicntt, Level and. Virginia. Schr Mary 8 Tlbbit*. Maxwell. Virginia. Schr It T Havens, Pearce. Baltimore for New Haven. PASSED THROCGll IIKLL GATE. BOUND SOUTH. Steamer City of J<tew Bedford. Fish. Mew Bedford far Mew York. Steamer Albatross. Davis, Fall River for New York. Scbr liscort (Br), Gnrry, Wolfvllle, NS. for New York, -chr M K Duryea, Lecalu, Charlottetown. Phi, for New York. Schr Cyprus, Fryo. Addison. Me. for New York. Schr Grecian. Little, Addison. Me, for New York. Sehr Sp inel, Grossman. Pembroke for Now York. 8rhr Llgnre, Smalley, Bangor for New York. Sctir Union, Mills, Bangor lor New York Schr Scud, Allen, Warren. RI, for New York. Sehr Horlcon, Leet, Providence for New York. Sehr Mary l'lce. Tloe, Provideuce for New York. Schr Flight, Wood, Providence for New York. Schr Niantic, Beebe, Millstoue Point for New Vork. bchr llkttle S Celllns. Brainard, llartfnrd for New York. Schr David Cnrrie, Pease. Portland. Ct. for New York. Schr Freestone, Hubbard, Portland, Gt, for New York. Schr John H Chaffee, Buell, New Haven forN?w York. Schr Oeorulanna. Brown, Bridgeport lor New York. Schr Reading RR No 50, Crockett, Bridgeport tor New York. Senr Hare, McNamee, Greenwich for New York. Schr Zoe, Steors, Sag Harbor lor New York. Schr Rhode Island, Smith, Sag Harbor lor New York. Scbr Millie Frank, Edwards, Port Jefferion for New York, Schr W Phillips. Cnowelt, Port Jofterson tor New York. BOUND EAST. Steamer Alhambra (Br), Wilson, New York for Plctau, N.-. Steamer Gen Whitney, flallett. New Tork foi Boston. rHeumer Amos C Burstow. Kenney. New York lor Provi dence. Steamer Bolivar. Gecr, New York for New London and Norwich. Brig Romolu (Br). Edgett, New York foaSt John, NB. Schr Potomac (Br). Odell, New York fof St John, NB. Sohr Uattie Coombs, Bishop. New York for Portland, Me. Schr II ii GritHn, Kennov, New York for Boston. Schr Phil Shoridan, Llndsley, New York for Uoiton. Schr Chancellor, Rogers, New York for Boston. Knhr (Jeo W Roger*, Ueebe, New York for Northport. Schr Alton T Milter, Mace, New York for Madison, Ot. Schr Geo Gillitm. Rogers, New York for Portland, Gt. Schr L A Tolles. Wells. New York for Greenwich. Schr Mail, Moart. New York for Greenwich. Scbr Win McCubb, Ball, Iloboken for Providence. Schr A <1 Liawson, Mayhew, Haverstraw for Providence. Schr Sunbeam, Snuuders, Rondout lor Boston. .Sehr Lucy Blossom. Ghatfleld, Rondout 'or Boston. Scbr lilckman, Adams, Rondout for Haverhill. Schr John H (iould, Gonld, Kddyvllle for Boston. Schr Win A Crocker, Kelly, Port Johnson lor Boston. Schr llenry Croskey. Rack'tt. Port Johnson for Boston. Scbr Virginia, Burgess. Port Johnson for Boston. Sehr Surge. Edwards, Port Johnson for Pawtucket. Schr Fannie G- Wnrncr, Dickinson, ^ort Johnson for New port. Sehr Elisa J Raynor, Mitchell. Amboy for Boston. bebr F Merwtu. Bunco. Amboy for Hostou. Schr Anna Myrlck, Hedge*, Amboy for Salem. Schr Wtn S Mount, Hawkins. Amboy for Providence. Schr Sterling. Ball, A in Boy lor Bridgeport. Schr F II Miller. Fordhatn. Amboy rr N' w London. Sehr OrlMido Smith. Hem*. Ambnv for Pertcliester. Schr Loon, Walls. Albany lor Bridgeport. Schr I' P Simpson, Kearney, Philadelphia tor Pawtneket. Schr Robin ilood. Blake. Philadelphia for New Haven. Schr James II lleyt. Syins, Baltimore for New Haven, Scbr B K Wilson, Wilson, Virginia for Stamford. EELOW. Bark Standard (Br), from Port Spain. CLEARED. Steamer Motel (Ger), Noynaber, Bremen vis Southamp ton?Uelricln A Co. Steamer Kio Grande, Bolger, Havana?James E Ward A Co. Steamer City of Houston, Eldridge, Galveston via Key Weil-O H Mallory A l!e. Steamer Knickerbocker, Kemble, New Orleans?Clark A Seaman. Mouiner Ix?ne Star, Forbes, New Orleans?Rogrrt A Mor. fan. Steamer San Jacinto. Hoxard, Savannah?(leo Yonge. Ste.iiner i'ity ol Atlanta, Woodhull. Charleston?.las W t/iiiutard >k Co. Steamer Beucfactor, Jones, Wilmington und Morehead City. NC?Wm 1' Clyde A Co. Steamer K C Knight, Msslnjo, Georgetown, D('?J L Roome, Jr. Steamer J WUarrett. Kostor. Baltimore?Wm Dal r,el!. Steamer Ellie Knight, McCreery, 1'hiladelpbla-Hogert A Morgan. Steamer Ann Elian. Richards, Philadelphia?.Inn Hand. Steamer (ten Whitney. Hnllett, Boston?II K Dlmock. Ship I, 1. MnrK?s. Linnekin. I/ondou?Sturges, Clear, man x Co. Ship Charles II Southard, Jackson, Iiondon?Jas W JSI well x Oo. Sliio l'aullne (Itr), Ilughcs. Ilromen?K Spring A Ct. Ship Kendrlck Klsh, llenry, Bremen ? Snow A Burgess. Ship Two Brothers, Gibhs, San Franciicu?Sutton A Co. Bark Bremen (Uer). Lletke, Antwerp? Punch, Edye A Co. Bark Charlotte (Ger), Storn, Hamburg?Herman Koop A Co. Bark Johanue (Nor), Miller, Rotterdam?Pnnch, Edye A Co. Bark 8aga (Nor), Svendsen, Gothenburg-Punch, 2dye A Co. Bark Alliance (Nor), Ualvorsen, Elslnore?Benbntn A Boyrsen. Bark llaltlngon (Nor), Eveneen, Krederlckshaven (Den mark)?C Tobiss A Co. HarkFarcw.il (lien, Nenmann, Stettin?Dill A Rad maun Hark Frank, Wallace. Dantilc?Simpson. Clapp A (!o. B.irk Lawrence, Howes, Smyrna?Laform A Frothing ham. Hark Chestina Redman, Elliott, Marseilles?Howard M Raker A Co. Bark Norton Stover, Sherman, l'onoe, PR?Milter A liuughtoo. _ Brig Hermod (Nor), Pedersen, Stettin? C Tobias A Co. Brig Acelia Thurlow, Galllaon, Hveudborg (Denmark) ? Brett, Son A Oo. Brig Klehe (Hr), Llndaay, Lognajrra and Porto Cabello? DaileU. Uuultnn A Co Brig Adelaide, Stover, Barbados?H Trowbridge's Sons. Br la- \Vn? D Audrown, Wilson, Gonalves UlaytD?It Mnr 5'rlg Elba (Br), Wambach, Bridgewater. IfS?L F Brig hnm. ilrig M A Palmer (Br), Matthews, Charleston?P I Ni. vius A Son. Hrig Ida (Br), Callahan, Pertn Am boy, KJ -llatton, Watson A <'o. .-'ohr Henry T,lpi>?tt. Howes, An|er?Par?on* A Loud. Schr Ruth ltobinson. Rogers, Uibraltar lor orders -Bent lev, (Jilderdeeve A Co. Bclir Annie L Palmer, Lewis, Port Maria, Ja? Moses A Cohen. Schr Clarissa Allen, Better, Masse Terro (St Kltts) ? Junes A Lougii. >chr Monti Christ!, Smith, St Johns, PR?P II Smith A Co. .-elir Helen, Dlnsniorn, Jaemel (Hsvti)? \ Nones A Co. richr II 1' Potior, Aadcrsou, BrunswicK, Ga? Tupjior A Keattle. Sclir Mary K Van Cleaf, Thorndlke, Wilmington, NC?It F Aletcalt A Co. Scur Frances French, Uandy, Philadelphia?Cartwright A Doyle. Hchr Lady Woodbury, Woodbnry, Por*lane, Me?R J God win i* ^on. Sclir Sea Flower. Lincoln. l'rorincetown. Mans?J PAG 0 Koblnton. Sloop Here, J arris. South Amboy, NJ?Weaver A Story. SAILED, Ptesmets Britannic (Br), lor Liverpool; Egypt (Ur), do; .Mi.sol (Uer), Bremen. Bolivia (Hr), <4ltsgniv ; Klo Ur*nrfe, Havana*, CltT ol Houston, Galveston vis Key tl'est; Knickerbocker. NewOrleatu: Hone Star, do; San Jacinto, lisvsnnah; i'ity of Atlanta, Charleston; Beuefuctor, Wil mington, NC; K C Knight, Georgetown, DC; uln Domin ion, Kicliinond, Ac; Kllln Knignt, Philadelphia; sliipt Ken drlck Fish, Bremen; Freedom, San Francisco; harks Craig l-.wnn (Hri. Salomca: Pilnx.oll (Nor), Amsterdam; Aster (Nor), Liverpool; Kepler (Ger). Qiiuennown or Falnioath; Christina (Br). Cork or do ; Voyager, Uuenustown ; Ante lope, Demerarn; Jose l)o Htwno, Mjngo: R W Urifllths (Hr), Havana; hrig Sarah Crnwell iBn. Arroyo. PR; nchra fl T Hnker. t'crnainbucu; Emma L 0 Wlnsor, Harncoa; Mand (". Port Royal, Ja; U C Miles. Port Antonio, Ja; Eve line, Tampieo; Kliza Ann, Maggie Wood, and Western Star, ?. OUR MAltlNE COltliESPONDENCE. Nkwpurt, Jnne Ifl, 1S77. An extended survey will IM hold on hoard brig Loch Lo mond, from New York for Turkey, recently ashore on Block Island, hut now at this port awaiting advices from owners. The wreckers have been offered for serviees in get tlngheroff. If not satisfactory It will he left out to ref srci s. Jt Is ^.ennrallr believed that she has uontraband goods on board for the Turkish government In addition to petroienm. Sclir Addle Randall, of Boiton, was In collision off Plum Beach 14th Inst with Thr I* Sallshnry, of Jonesport. The former !o>t her nmhinot and was rnt down to the water'* edge on the onartnr. While proceeding In tow to Kali River lor repair* las; nlirlit she was run ashore, to prevent her sinking, tioar llrlitol Ferry, The wreckers were not at hand to opt u her hatches. The Sallsbnrv lo?L her head guar and ucclred utbtr damage by the collision. MARITIME MISCELLANY. Brio (law schooner) Burpktt Hart. Osterber-r. from >ew Vurk Tor Ufnoa, which put into tJlbreitnr in diltriM md tbrre rrpilrrd. h*h also Altir?d lur rl( to ttiiil 01 a bri'.'. Slio ??> towed to the bey May 29, and commenced reloading ber carico tbBt flu v. Schr Klika Sawyer, from Providence fur New York, at Dutch Island Harbor, reports the ti?bin,r lebr .\Udie Bright wan running across tli? bows of the Ellr.a Sawyer as tUa latter was heating down the river. west tide Dutch Inland, and trie main rlggint; of tbe -? d'lie Bright fouled with tlie Jlbboom of tbe K S; the A U lost bar mainmast to a little aliove tbe deck. The fishing steamer Cnauon Shot, bring In si?;lit, went to the wrack and toaed iter t" Provlncetown. Schr Pai inc. from New York, of and tor Rockland, went ashore an Cutn litink *l*ht of June 15 ana bilged, one-<|iiarter of her cargo saved In dry condition. Srutt .1 msi* IlorT (Bri. from Sugua for Boston, before reported anltar* on Pusque Island, was got off fare noon of l.">tb l.y carrying out an anchor, and the assistance of steamer Mouotiansett, an t proceeded aoder sail to Vineyard Haven. Hot* K A STKeitB**, Smith, from Bangor for New Yerk, which put int? Knckland lUtli Inst te step leak In rodder pest. repaired and proceeded same dar. He MR Kast: iin Rsi.lk, lumber laden, struck en Job's Neck, Naushon. June 111. in the fog, but got off same night alter hearing over part of deck loa<t. Sciir Clara B Chapman. beiore reported aehore at Chat ham aad sold to the Wier Company, has been got off by wreckers from Vineyard Haven and taken upon the rail' way. Honr Ki.la Hatch, front Beaufort, 8C, for Boston, at Vineyard Haven, report* tnat while at anchor off t'arpaalln Cove was run into by the sclir Artanua (Br), and had her Jibbomn carried away. (The A arrived at Vineyard Haven as before roported). Sriiu Mrnrr T Tttnxor (of Calais), Crowley. Boboken for Boston. with a cargo of coal, struck on tbe Hedge Kenee Shoal In Vineyard Sound, evening of 14th Inst fend re mained at dark next day. Wreckers from Vineyard Uaven are rendering assistauce Tbe voiuet remains tight. A throe masted achr was oslioie on Bound Lodge, bat got eff during the night of the 14th, Two Mibmnriae divers arrived at Nantucket Tnesday night, with armor, for the pnrpose of ealklng the outside of wrecked burk W If Marshall, and will commence operations immediately. Qckhkc. June K>?Snip Sally (Br), hence fbr Bristol, B, with timber, collided with bark Ruby. loading at River Otiolle. Tbe ship Is supposed to have proceeded ; the Baby lost Jibboom ana was otherwise damaged. Bark The Klldare (Br), hence for Belfast (before reported aground), has ill debarred her deck load, boon surveyed aad ordered to be dismantled. It Is thought that ska will be righted. SPOKEN. Ship Indus (Br), Sinn, from Quebec fbr Lelth, Kay 26, off Cruno Island. Ship Luke Erie (Br). Lam on t, from Montreal for Glas gow. .May '.27, off Capo Maxdaleu. Ship (ilenbervie (Br), Campbell, from Montreal fbr Glas gow. May 3, 300 miles 14 of Cape Kaco. Bark Norneu (Nor), Olsen, from llottsrdsm for Philadel phia, J one 15, off Barnegat. OUR CABLE SHIPPING NEWS. AluOa Hay, Mey 18-Arrived, bark Oeo T Kemp (Br), Taylor, Bo?tou. ARCn angkl, June 10?Arrived, bark Ueary Norwell, Bnr gess, Oporto, to load for Boston. Bkistou June 16?Sailed, steamer Somerset (Br), West ern, New York. Bbkmkit, June 15-Sailed, ship Win Woodbnry, Schmidt, Baltimore, Cardiff, Jnne 16?Arrived, bark Edith Heed, Illggias, Antwerp. Cadiz, June 15?Arrived, bsrk Jacques Cosur (Fr), Jean, New Orleans for Malaga (see below). Sailed 13th, brig John T Ives (Br), McKenile, Gloucester, Mass. Dfal, Jnne 15?Arrived, ship Nile (Br), Marvin, New Tork for Bremen. Elsixokr, June 13?Arrived, schr Harold (Br), Hanson, Eastport, Me. PRgpgRicgUAri!), Jnue 13?Arrived, barks Korsfarer, (Nor), Jacobsen, Philadelphia; Onni (Nor), Abrahamsen Baltimore. Orkknock, Jnne 16?Sailed, ship Florence Treat, Short, Bangor, Me. Hatux. June 16?Sailed, steamer Canaaa (Fr), Prangnel, Plymouth and New York. Homo Kong, Juue 15?In port, bark Anttoch, nomen way, to sail same day for Cebn to load lor the United States. Liverpool, June 16?Arrived, steamer Haytien (Br), Watson. New Orleans. London, Juue 16?Cleared, hark Advocate (Br), Spicer, New York, Napmcs, June 5?bailed, bark Itebekka (Nor), Carlsen, Boston, Qukkxstown, June 15?Arrived, bark Bllida (Nor), Bee, Baltimore; 10th. steamers Arch Druid (Br), Carmlchael, New York; Abyssinia (Br>. Murphy, do for Liverpool (and proceeded). Sailed 15th. 5 PM, steamer Oermanie (Br), Kennedy (from Liverpool), New York. Swanack, June 15?,Arrived, berk Europe (tier), Klmme, Baltimore for Bremen. Watkrpord, June 13-Sailed, bark Fall cine Cblosia (Ital). Molle. United States. < London, Jnne IB?Bark Jacques Omur (Fr). Jean, from New Orleans for Malaga, put into Cadis yesterday leaking badly. WMllUiU Ilbrunif noi.rnR?n, Jono IB. PM?Wind K. Plymouth, Jane 10, PM?Wind & FOREIGN PORTa Alcoa Bat, OGH, May 4?In port, barks Juno (Ger), Dewe?, fur 15o*ton, Idle; brig I.ney W Snow, Hall, for do, do: Otto ilrnf da Stolberg (Ger), Wiseman. fordo, do. ttosin.vv, J ana 13?Arrived,' shin Berteaux (Br), Port, Liverpool. Buksos Aarks, M it 8?Sailed, bark Warrior (Br), PI em las, Calleo. In port May 9. bark Rebecca Orowell, Crowell, Rosarie, to load wood for Havra. Cbokktabt, about Juno 13?Arrived previously, brig Leo nora, Blood. Mew York (not arrived May 30). Crrm, May 2S?Sailed. l>rig Senile (Ital), Contcurolto, Philadelphia; 2f>tb. bark Carlo K (Ana), do. CiiAMrraico, May 30?Sniled, brig Salve (Br). Johnston, Kan l-ranulsco, with coffee. Chatham. NB, Jnne 11? Cleared, ihlp Ceylon (Br), Col pe<, Liverpool. til nit altar, May 23?Sailed, brig* Glondule, Cenklln (Irom (Urgent!). Charleston; 24th, L'Avnnulre (Ital), Glego (from New York), Alexandria, K; 2'nil. bark Aflensjernen (Nor), Kothing drmn New York). Genoa; brig Candidem! Lanro (Ital). Enrico (Irom New York). Leghorn; 27th. bark Trap pano (Itali. Morclch (from Philadelphia), Genoa. lu port May 20, brig (late schooner), Harriett LI art, Oeter berg. from New York, having completed repairs, abont re loading lor Genoa. II at aha, Juno 16?Arrlveo, steamer 01y4e, Orowell, New York. liAt.trAx, Jane 13?Arrived, bark Kcho (Swe), Jonason, Workinrton, K. M ataisza*. June 10?Arrived, brig Clara J Adams, Lath waite, Portland. Mostmra!,. Jnne 13?Arrives, brig Robbie Dnrns, Living ston, Charon to ; 14th, steamer Sardinian. Dntton, Liver pool ; hark Onyx, Hatch. Barrow. Pout Muloravk. June 13? Arrived, schr Sophia Bowen (Br). Thompson, Nrw York lor Charlottetown. Picroi', June 13?Arrived, bark Rrabla (Br), MeKensle, Cork. Qokbkc, June 14?Arrived, steamer Phmnlclan, Seott, Glasgow ; harks Ruby, Robertson. Fleetwood ; Pan, Janaen, Waterford; Jor?en Lorenlsen, Larson, Dublin ; Denslaane. Young, Marseilles for Montreal; Ayr. Laramers, Newport for do.; Wni Wright, Oweus, Cardiff; Hermoa, Andersen, Liverpool. Cleared I4tb, steamer Canadian, Mot-lean. Glasgow; Ships Bospborus. Keynolds, Sunderland; Kpaminondas, Thompson, Liverpool, hinily Fllnn, Blauce, finields; Malta, Mann, Liverpool; Importul, Morrison, Clyde; barks Knlgh tou, Llnilegreen, Clyde ; Coalites* of Dutham. McDonnell, Yongbal; Scotia, Marios. Liverpool; Adriatic. Watson. Granton; Mary Lawton, Jildridge. Dublin; Adout. Ireland, Liverpool; Pcrtnan, Wetlesln, Londonderry; setir Marie Anne, Decheno, Glasgow. Kin Guanpk, June 14?Cleared previously, brig Peplta (Ger). Gatsen. !Se* York. Arrived ?, sclir Jose Gomes. Bailey, New York (and eleared prior to Jnue 14 on her leturn). lu port Jnne 14. brig Olpsey (Pan), Fries, from Blch monn, Ja. arrived ?; scbrs Gelsh Banker, Price, from do, arrived ? ; Rti-phou G) Plnkham. llodjsnn, from New York, arrived ? (destination ot vessels In port unknown lor want of produce). Rii.Hiei'oro, June 6?<51eared. bark WilUam Gordon (Br), Bellour, Liverpool. ST MaRi.akkt'r Ha v, NS. Jnne 12?Sailed, brig G W Halls (Ilr), llennott, Hlghbridice. Smti.aoiiMK, NS..Iuoe 13?Arrived, bark Mary 8 Gibson (Bf), Sioano. Dnblln. St Joiik, XB, June 14?Arrived, ships Winchester, Mo Donald, Norfdit, Va; Lllllaa, Olek, Liverpool; hark Brv dren, Kvensen, Dieppe. Arrived lrith. bark N M llavsn, Clrlck, Portland Cleared 14tb. brig Willie, Amern, Caen (Kranoe). Cleared 16th, ship Arran (fir), Dumaresq, London. SHfLBintKi, NH, June 13?Arrived, bark Mary B Gibson (Br), Sienna, Dnblln (end oriered to Hi John. NB), ir?H STKAWra Oneit' Alic astk, May 21)?Arrived. Hallsta. Partridge, Valencia, hltisroi., June 4?Arrive'!. Redwood, Prince Kdward Island. In Kln^oAd 3d. Opblr, Christonsen, (jotbee for Glouces ter. At the Pill 3d M A Nelson, for St John, NB. Biikvka, May 31?Arrived, Rheln (s), Krunke, New York; Nurnherij (s . Jaeser. Baltimore. Sailed 31st, Ids. Fennekohl, Philadelphia. Iloaniunx?Sailed Irom Pauillac May 31, Kronnevlts, Burchard, Wilmington, NC. it as ski if, April 29?Sailed, Peacemaker, CLasson, Chan nel ; May 1, Toronto, Owei. do. Cleared May 1, J (1 Potter, McClnre, Channel. CaoNSTAtiT. May 29?Arrived, Madoll, Narnp, New Or leans. Ckttr, May 2H?Sailed, Saulo, Oor.urnllo, Philadelphia. Caiitham ma. Mar UK-Hailed, Cassiopeia, Pettis, All eatite (a?d arrived at A 20th). Uadii, May 2??Arrived, A It Weeks, Weeks, Ksw York and Uorunua. ('At.cutTA, May 0?Arnvod, Sarah illgnet, Kidder, Liver, pool. Mailed May 10, Narcissus, Mcintosh. New York: 11th. Jas Beastey, Seabnurne, do; Hospodnr, Wblttemore, Liverpool. Bkuvast, June 3?Arrived, Estrolla deChill, Roilo, New Yorx. Sailed 3d, Kva, Walter, Mlramichi. Dxat., Juno 3 -Sailed. Bertie Blgrlow, Ferguson (from London , New York. Anooute 3d. Ilianca Casanova, Gaxsero, Unit for Phila delphia (and sailed 4th). ? Sailed ttli M.irathon. Gtlmore. Cardiff. ? DAi.nao, May 38?Arrived. Atalantn. Larsen, New York. Ki.sikokk, dayHD-In .he Sound. Leonora, Hlood, from New York for Oronstadt; Thor, Ingvoldsen, do for Stettin; J uun 1, <ioothe, Scliubtrt, do for Kcval. Kai.soutii,.) utie 4?Sailed, R B Chapman, Kourke, uree nook. Passed the f>isard 3d, Texas (bark of Bremen) bound W; 4th, t)xo. Dahl, Irom i.ynn lor Baltimore. <il.A*i;ow. June 2? Arrivoil, Assyrian, Conlln, New York. (inxKMniK, June 2?Arrived, St Dial, I lasso II, Wilming ton; 3d. Ydnn, llaremnu. New York. ()(T Lemlasli May 31. Hinnber, from Greenock for Qnebeo. Off Ailsa Craig list, Assyria, from Greenock for Sydney, CP. _ , OraoA, May 30?Cleared, Herald, Cederberg, New York. UifiDHKTl. May 21?Sailed, Amalia <r. Jaecurlno, New York; ' Hiisepplna C, Jaeuarino, Wood's Hole; 2Hth, Orsola, ()allero, Haltl'nore. tiaA.^n ('Ai'Aiiv. May 24?In port. North Star, Thompson, Irom Vaiencla. 110f.i., June 3?Hailed, Admiral Tegathefl, Reber, New fork. ? ?., . . 11 a rtwtcu, June 1?Arrived, Peilleane, Massa. Philadel P II Axarritn. Jane 1?Sailed. P1M, Hansen, New Tork. Arrived at l^uxbaveald, Sea Itreese, Langdou, ?t JeUns Hailed Mar 31. (.lord*. Jacobin. Hew York. Havkk. June I?IWil, Piladelli*. Poidruga, front New Orleana fui K?ticu. Kinml,)., May 31?Railed. Allda. Bodtker. River St Law leue l.irKitrooL. June 3?Arrived. Chebueto. Lawrence, 8t John, XB: Al/erla (?>. Wauon. New York: Trlade. Tariibn chla, NewOrleniis; Duubrittoii, ('ommi-tt, San Kranci?co; Isabel. Supp, M John, NH. Sillied 2d. Austrian (a). Wylle. Calcutta; Bjoru, Bjorn atadt, Kernandlun; Herbert, II ill. Ijnlvestou ; Revolving I.15I1I. I'lwnon, St John. NH; Harmonidas. Keane, do: 3d, Wayfarer, Thurber, do; 4th Retriever, Brown, Sydney, IB. 1.0x1ms. June 4?Arrived, Cauada (?), Kuniner. New York (and entered out for New York) : Cornelius lirlnuell, Hurlatid. New York land entered out lor New York); South America, Young, St John. N'U; (?'Irmaleuiter, Chrlsteuaen, Bcxtifort, Si:; Kniils I'ereirr. J?aneiti. Mobile. Sailed 2d. Trti*t, for Mlramichl. Lkitii. June 3?Arrived, Alien. Bremer, Philadelphia. I.ONR05PKRKT, June 2?Airlvrd, Aliaera, Ostrora, Balti more. Sailed 2a, Wawiilenoh, Wilson. Sydney. CB. Sailed from InnUhowen Head 2d, Countess of Dnfferln, Tegan, Baltimore. CiaicHirx, June 4?Arrived, Caaaimero Gladnlleh, 81 Jobu. NII. Sailed 4th, Ktta Stewart. Smith. St John, NB. ,M AA-Ti'if., May 31?Sailed. OR llajeitlnr, Uilkey. M?w York; Atlas, Michelsen. Philadelphia. Mai.aua. May 24?Sailed, illulio, Romano, New York; 2.">th, Ulyinnla is), Halt, lienoa. MaMkii-lks. May 31 ?Salted, Cuomo Primo, Cuomo, New York; Calllmnrt, Trapani. do. Plymouth, June 2?Arrived, Alutilda C Smltb. Smltb, 6? vannah. Pkwartu. Juno 4? Arrived. Alphcia, Prince Edward I aland. Pillau, Mav 30?.Sallud. Portuue, Loonhardt. Portlaud (America). IJUKk.viTOWN. J une 3?Arrived, Homo, Campbell, Trini dad; 4*.b. Acueii Oawnlil, Mitchell, Sac. Francisco. Sailed ltd. Cape Horn, Young. Hull; Onto, Wii(t, Stock ton-?n-Tces: Johan Sverdnn. Petersen. Hloncester. Shamci.in, June 2 -Off, Nordenakjold, Peleraen, Balti more lor Lynn. rtLion, May 31?Sailed, Illldesaurd, Peteraen, New York. St IIki.k.i a, May 0?Arrived. Harmonla, Small, Coeunada (and sailed lor Marseilles) ; 13th, Toekalet, Tracey, Akyab (and aaileii lor Falmouth). Passed no date (by tel Irom Madeira Jan* 2). Ilarkaway, Pitta, from Shanghai (or New Yoric. Mkrha Lkuhk, May IS?In poit, Ann Elisabeth, Burgess, from Boston. Watekvobd, Jnne 3?Sailed, Oateraa, Pederjen, Mira mlchl. AMERICAN PORTS. ALEXANDRIA, June IS?Arrived, achra John J Ward, Jeriiey City; Waite, Providence: May Morn, New York; J N Gainewell. Georgetown; Kbeu Flahar. Boston. Sailed?Bchra Jouu J Ward, Jeraey City; A 11 Ilurlbnrt. New Haven. Passed np?Sehr L B Cowpertliwalte, far Georgetown. mP5S*?,d down-Sohre John K Halllday. E A 1 Oakley, J H Da Wolf, and Ella* Moore, from Georgetown. BOSTON, Jnno 10?Arrived, ateainera iatrlan (Br), Fitt, Liverpool; Neptune, Berry, New York; briga, Brie, Bparke, Surinam; Susie J Strout, Pickett, Saguu; Blvie Allen (Br). Aievedo. Barbadoe; acbr* K S Newman, New mao, Cadu ; Mary Brewer, l.ee. New York: Tltaothv Field, Lei and, Hoboken; Hannah Wllletta, Dodridge; Modesty! Weaver, and ttarau E JoneH, PbinBey. Port Johnson ; SE Ludlam, Ludlam: Ida K Latham, Potter, and Jaraei Hatterihwalte, Wolfe, Philadelphia. Alao arrived, barka Hea Gull, Mevena. Halt Pond, W OAs Western Sea. Cblaholin, Mirogoane; achra Beta, Gaptill, w II Sargent, Parker, Port Johnson; Geo M Whltiord, Bryant. Providence. v i ?iuuiu?NaD, oo; tcurs aim Moloney, Wilmington, NO: Lulu, Snow. Baltimore ; Acnes R Bacon, Haley, Philadelphia; K Nlckeraon, llaakell. New York. BALTIMORE, June 10?Arrived, barks Onlaepplna P (Itul), Schiapetra. Waterlord; Unlone (Ital), Acardl, Now Hois Ireland; Maddaicna (Itul), Pirolno, Palermo; achrs City or Churlottetown. Scott, Barbados; Charles K IIeyer. Poland, Ponce, PR. Also arrived, steamer Wm Woodward, Yon up, New York; Cotvertl Dubrovackl (Aust). Kianoa, Leith; New Light. Berry. Rio Junelro; Serrne, Segetnaa, do; brig C S Packard, Amesbury, Sam a; acbr Maggie Daillng, Dalilng. Cardenas. Arrived at Quarantine?Bark Campanere. Walker, Rio Janeiro; brig Chenapeake (Br), Wilson. Demarara. Cleared Steamers daragosaa, Hooper, Savannah; Ra leigh, Oliver, Wilmington, NC'; ship John T Berry, Emer son, Bremen; bark Jasun ((Jer), Grimm, di>; briga Agues (Nor), Jueil, (lofle, Sweden; Iaa. Chandler, Portland, Me. Also cleared, steamers Tuekahoe. Brown, Newborn, NC; barks Libra (Nor), Jorgenaen, Fredericks Haven ; Louise (Nor), Dahl, Stettin; schrs \Vm H Pharo. Edwards, Cura coa; M A Fulsome, Roac, Boston; Daniel Plerson, Piorson. Newburypor); Ben, Tyler, Charleston; Ella M Watts. Wattn, Boston. Sailed?Shin John 8 Berry; barks Elutracht, and Francis K: brig Ira. BRUNSWICK. Ga, June 15?Arrived, brig Irene, Yates, Boston, to load for River Plate. BANGOR, June 14?Arrived, sebr Robert Byron, Gott. Philadelphia. BATH, June 14-Arrlved, scbr Geo H Mills, Tlllotson, Boitou, to loud for Georgetown, DC. 15tli?Sailed, sclirs David S Siiier. (Inotly, Philadelphia; Annie Lewis, Aldridge. Georgetown, DC. BAKER'S LANDING, Juno 14?Arrived, schr Bertha, Coanver. Ilobokon. Cll .yKLESTON, June 16?Arrived, schr George Clarke. Pblludelpliia, Cleared?Steamer Charleston. Lrckwood. New York. Sailod-Steamer Equator. Hincklev. Philadelphia: bark Candeur (Nori, Liverpool: scbr B N Hawkins, Now York. DELAWARE CITY. June 15?Arrived, *chr B Cloasen, * Harding, Bangor via Bayalde, NJ (atd sailed ltJth lor Ban gor). DUTCH ISLAND HARBOR, Juao 13-Arrlved, achrs Idaho, Jum?aon, Providence for New York; Minnuai. Phil, lips, do lor do; LQ C Wishart, Dole, do for Philadelphia; -Mattit E Tuber. Iiragg, Somerset for do; .1 1" Robinson llarvey, Hoboken for Lynn; (ieo B Fomers, Norwood, Port Johnson for Boatou; Caatillion. Meafo. do lor MaJetnc Thames, Bobbin*, and I'avilloa. Bobbins, do for do; Henry B Uibson, Dow. do Ibr Portsmouth; G W Cummings. Stock man, Itondout (or Boston; Helen M Baxter, Lampbere Maldnii for do: Vashtl Sharp, Gandv. Fall Rivnr tor Phila delphia'. George llotchkiea. Hill, and Kate Scrnnton, Pond, Prnvldenro for New York; Elicit Sawyer. Cnmmings, do for do (see Mlsccllany). In harbor?Schr* Ephralm A Anna, John Shay, D Gilford Joseph 11 Ilnddell. Alfda, DAE Kelley, Clias W llolt. Challenge, J K Manning. Kstelle Day. Maria Piorson. Lvo/grj*". W N Gesner, C L levering, L Stnrdovant, Alida, Moonlight (all belore reported). Kotnrned?Brig Chas Dennis. Dodge, Baltimore for Boa ton. EASTPORT, Jnno 10?Arrived, schrs ZA Paine. Jonea. New York ; 12th, Lucy. Coalwell, do. Cleared 18th. schr Nlghtlugalo. Illlyard, Now York. FKRNANDINA. June 12?Arrived, solir Grecian Bend (Br), Godfrey. St Thomas FALL RIVER. June 15?Arrived, stoamor Albatross, Da* vis, N?w York; sehrs Seaport, Vrlsor, and Liberty, Ball. Aewbnrg; Palladlnm, Ryder, Brooklya. Sailed Schr Tunis Bodlno, Silvia New York. GRRKNPORT, LI, June 1(>?Arrived, ?chra Marietta Smith. Preston, Boston (and sailed 11th for Hurton's Polot. to load for Philadelphia); llftb, Geo Law. Jennln?*.Ho?>lk for Albany (and sailed 14?li): 14th, Goo 8 Paz*. Yon nr. Jersey Blty: Circle. Fanning, Now York, to go oft the ways; l.ith. sloop Centennial. Raynor, Port Josusa LYNN, June H?Arrived, schrs Sarah Wood. fTitrknran, Philadelphia; 11th. Leina Bread. Ftlllmaa. do; 14th. Jaa S Wutaon, Cralse; It H Shattnek. Wilxoa, and W L KXklns. Lndlam, do; Maud Webster. Wwntworth; J V Robinson, Harvey; Dsxalls, Treworgv, and r'arak Khubnrt, Tomlln. Hoboken: Harriet Lewis, ('a*hmaa, Roadoot. Al'oarrUed 14th. schr Ml Hon, Trask, Nov York. _ Mi STIC, cr .luae 14?Arrrvrd. arhca Cnst, Golf, an4 Blast, Taylor. Phlla<?elphla. NEW ORLEANS, Jnne II?Arrived, acbr Ocean Wara, Nocintrea, Galveston. Cleared?Scbr Martha M, Jiillett. Mobile. 12th?Arrived, schr hbeneser, Bertbri. Rnatan. bark Arre (<uai. for Ronaa. NORKOLKjJnaa 14?Arrived, erhnt John LlmhalL Mar tin ; flenrvT WomI. Rnrlls. arid Rslpht, ft adder. New Vera NEW BEDFORD, Jnne 14? Arrirad. ichn Z Taylor Rar nor, and John Randolph. Parker, New York. 15th?Arrived, sehr S C Hart. Philadelphia. Sailed?Fchm Lnoy D, Ha/idy, Alexandria: Mary Miller. Dayton Philadelphia: >? S Mmlth. Snow; Jed V Daren Yo?k ' 7 An,r,m- Carter, and Angler, Harding. New a.?iTEORT- ''-A.*T^rri T<"1' whr" fwrless. Smith, Port Johnson ; Ell?ha T Smith Gardner, Hoboken. Also arrived, sehr Lucian. Morton, New York lor Somer "V J,!^0p,, Bmi?* Johnson, t-rnlth, do for do (and both ffatlea l.?tli). Also arrived, achra Fva H Lew Id, Lawia. Poughkeapsie for Exeter; Anna B Jacoba, Jones. Providence for New York ; llyena, Gardner, Hoboken for Portsmouth; Franklin Pierce. Dow*rt, Dichlon for New York. * i'i?'""* ? 9 WhUdin. Heath, and David G Ployd, Clifford .Philadelphia; t> W Rawley. Rawley. PhUadelpnia i?rt?M Bnellsh. Barker, Amboy for Salem; K II Wilson, Mark. Port Johnson (or NcwBodbora; Ida A Annie. Cook. Rondout for llnrerhlll; Belle, Mott. do for J.ynn; i'.oim*, ? bite. Somerset lor Now York : Sara Clark Brooks Dlghton ror do: C Darling Cole. Yarmouth lor liondout; S W l'ondor, Llne?ln, Taunton lor New York; H L Crocaer, Thrasher, from New Bedford for do; Veranda Pond ; NightInirule. Young, and Sarah L Thompson, Hull. Provideuce 'or do. ri,wt!lrtAi?0kA-J2n? "^l'?r?d. ship Lady Career (Br), Griffitha, Ponsrlh Boada; bark Loulkinna (Ital), Gandolfo, "c^r Vernal, Kini:, Cedar Keya. jif !>i P n'm' June Id?Arrived, steamers Moroe dita, Cbadsey, Halifax; Lanraster. Mills, Salem: Achilles Hand, Newburyport; A C Stlmers. Warren. New York: bark Boeehetto dial). Do. ero. New Castle, Eng; brig 6nona (Ital), i.astellano, Palrrino; achrs Helen. Carrol], Provi dence; W F l/iithlng, Cramer, St Marva, Ga. ,TrrT'- ocritoio, Annnrson, orin Cleared?Staacnara Roman. Crowell, Boston; Perklnnien, Alberts<in, Chelsea; Catharine Whiting, Harding, Provi dence; Vindicator, Rogera, Kail River; Virginia. Hunter, J harleston : Anthracite. Gromle, Now Y'ork (and all sailed) f J1 ? Mnnson. Huntley, Venire: achra W A Levering, Smith New Bedford; M R Kemeric*. Kleharda, Bo.ton; Caroline Yonng, Jaekaway, Cambildgeport; Mary Fletcher. I hslps, Newport. Alas cleared, steamers Pottsvilla. Pierce. Portsmouth; Agnes, Smith, New Y'ork (and both sailed); ship Breiner havon (Gcr). Holjes, Bremen ; harks Thetis (Dan), Lohan, Reral; Marie k Holen (Gor), Warmkeo, Hamburg; Jaa E Ward, I'ayne, Chsrlettnn; brig Eva N Johnson, Avona, Portland; schrs Speculator, Wlllbanks, Old I'rovldenee; rmma M Fox. Vansant, Gnadalonpe; Angelo. Wooster. Wilmington, N<-; W Wilson, Packard. Portland; Mary G Ferr. Cornwall, Roxbury; F B Colton, Frambea. Boston; Mary Prloa, Camnbeli, Ipawloh; Rirerdalo, Brown. River dale: Allen Groen, Nlekerson, Boston. Lrwr*. l?ol. Juno 15-Salled barks Chieftain (Br), for Havre; Kio-je (Dan). Copenhagen i Almira Coombs, Phila delphia; Amlelxla (Ital), do. Hlth?Arrived, steamer Richmond, Kelly, Naw York; bcIk Llstle Major (Bn, Tracy, Sagua. Sailed?Barks Marlnln (Ital). from Waterlord for Phila delphia Professor Schwelgaard (Nor). Naw Tork: Thyra (Nor). Ivlgtnt; Tellus (Nori, Richmond. PORTLAND. Me, June 15?Arrived, selirs W B Atkinson Philadelphia; ('has Sawyer, Perth Amboy; Helen Marr New York. PAWTI'CKKT, .laua 15?Arrived, achrs James, Stileis. Perth Amboy, E II ilraaos, Raynor, Port Johnson; Chaa Carroll. Denike, llohoken. sailed?Schr Prances C Smith. Smith, New Y'ork. RICHMOND, June 15?Arrived, brig Rebecca (Gar), Marthenien. New York, to load flour for Brasil. ROCKLAND, Jnno 12? Sailed, schr E A stouhena. Smith (Irom Baniror), New York. KOCKPORT, Me, to Jnno 14?Arrived, sehr Willie Lnea Spoar, Charleston. SAN FRANCISCO, JuneS?Arrived, bark Ella, Wllllama. Free port. Sailed - Barka Northwest, Farnham. Port Madison ; King Philip, Keller, Port Gamble: htig Hoaperion, Winding, Honolulu. *' 15th?Arrived, Anna, from Anen. Sailed?Brig Tartar (Ger), Komnena, Manila. l'lth?Arrired, ship Agomir, Lincoln. Boston SEATTLK, June S-Arrived, bark J B Bell, Fox. Han Francisco. SAVANNAH. Jnne lfl?Arrived, ateamer Juniata, Catha rine, Philadelphia. Sailed?Steamera San Salvador, Mckeraon, New York) Seminole, Matthews. Boston; Ameriea. Billon*. Baltimore, '.''nne 14?Arrired, schrs Katie Colllna, Nathta, and (? \Y Mar, Davie, Philadelphia; Jamoa Barrett, Nicker aon. Perth Amboy; Alexandria, KiUkingham. SonthAmboy; Onward. Lowell; Mary E Pearson, Thomiu, and Wm Flint, Pendleton, Port Johnson ; F .Mitchell. Panning. Weehawkrn. Sailed?Sclir Florence Nowell, Pmmlmore, Philadelphia. SAI.'GCS, June 14?ArrlvnJ, aclir All Babcock, Smith. Philadelphia. WILMINGTON, NC, Jun? Id?Arrived, bark Daaengana (Sp), Martlnea, Havana. cleared?Schr Ann Dole, Marahail, Kaiardo, PR. WAKREN, Jtiue 15?Sailed, *chr Mary II Mifflin, rerria, Hoboken. WKSTKRLY, Jane 16?Arrived, acbr Ramabanneck Paek, Hobokea. YACHTS, STEAMBOAT*, *C. A HIGH PKEsrtUrtE STiiAM TUG "Poll sTOTTT oli>?e an est lie; len xtb. 32 teet; beam. I4leet, dopth bold, rt lest; .Iran, running, carrying coal and water, 7last; term* cu?li. Aillrrii .V K. T., box I4t? Herald office. A2U-FOOT CAT RIGHED KAIL BOAT ~FOR SALB cheap. Inquire at WILLIAM LORD'S, stand foot of 5tb St., East Klrer. A bargain i> boat* op~all kinds.?okoRiti received by T. DESMOND, boatbnllder, 37 Puck illpt elty. < -IKON AND WOODBN STEAMSHIPS AND ?steamboat*. aim Freig t Propeller*. Steam Yachts of varioti* *ises; Tugs, 10 to 34 inches cylinder; Ferryboats. Ac. For sale by FREDERICK 0. SCHMIDT, 1 South William it. A4S-F0 IT UL'>OP~YACHT. COMPLETELY FUR nltlied wilb everything, Including extra ault of axils; Just overhauled: new upliolstry. Ac. : will call cheap, nr would exchange lor small Hall Boat. Address BEAUTY, Herald Uptown office. 42~ FOOT, CAHIN 8LOOP YACUT FOR SALB for Pit*), all complete Call or address YACHT, 31 3 Ik, North Hirer yacht for sale or charter-would make a good oyster sloop Apply to JaMltor, foot of 70th at., North River. 7lU>DRED BOATS. ALL KINDS CHEAP; SPOON 3iis Souin at., near Gouverneur slip. STEPHEN ROBERTS. A HKAUrlFl'L AND fast ~STEAM-YACHT TO charter to private parties ol 30 or 40. by day or week; ?uuerlor accommodation* lor ladles and gentlemen. For particulars a<ldre?s N., loot Weat 13th st., where the yacht can be wen. FIRST class SINGLE scull shkll FOR 873; all sixes and for nil weight*; Club float* and Shell* on hand ao<l to order at very low price*. UJ?0.|H0A11K. 13,">lh at. itnd 4th av., Harlem. C-1N rkk BO.?#!< SCIIOONKB YACHT PETREL FOR ,/salo: *>4,l) od water line: three stateroom*; equipment and furniture complete; In commUelou. MANNING'S Ya?ht Agency. Ao'ir^ Double scull outhigged gig for sale, or will exchange for n Whitehall boat. Address r., box 713 Peat office. New York. TROUBLE DECK BARGE WANTED?IN BXCHANOB JL/for llouae and Lot In Blisabeth, N. J. Send lull partic ular* tn box 1,045 Pout office. New York; __ TjlOB SALB?THE FINfc AND FAST SAILING SLOOP r Yacht Breeze. Foe particular* apply at No. .k? Broad at. (office A. C. Kingsland A Son*). F Jj'OR SALB?A COMPLETE STEAM LAUNCH OUT J? Bt, con*l?tlng of Boiler, Engine, Pumps. Shaft, Stuffing Box and Wheel, suitabla for a small boat: will be sold low. Address LAUNCH, care D. II. Wilson A Co., 218 Washing ton *t. For sale-small oat boat, prick fes. in quire at GOLDING'S, 124tb St., Harlem River. FOR SALE?A LIOIIT~DRAUCjiiY PROPELLER, suitable for coal or any other trade. Address MAXI IMUH. box 156 Herald office. IOR SALE-CABIN YAt;HT~LOTOS730FEET L0KG~i perfect order; price, $.*>73; loot of Court St.. Brooklyn. W. C. COLU. 8S Mercer St.. New York. LIORSALB "ANDOil ARTBR-STEAMBOATR. FREIGHT J Propellers, Steam Yacuta. Launches, Tugboata, Ac. GEORGE F. PLYMEK. 39 South st. FOR BALK?A 30 FOOT STEaM YACHT, LIGHT draught. Just new. Address box 1,181 Bridgeport, Conn. Fob s\lb?light draft tug boat, h. dubois A SONS, II# South st. New York, or 33 Hudson at., Jersey City. I- ilO R SALE CHEAP-ST SAI LBOATsT 10 TO~27~LONQ. 1 Inquire .if Pi-.TER RUCK. Jr.. 73 Bedford St. Fob sale?a Whitehall boat.in first class order; nails, cushions, anchor, Ac.; will sell at a sacri fice. Address II. B. T., box 130 Herald office. F~ Oil" HALE-34~BY 10 JIB ANT) MAIN'SAIL CABIN Yacht. Apply BUD AHRBNS, 1st) Forsyth St. I" IOR SAI.E CHEAP OR C H A RTER? THE YACHT Chief, 4H feat. It) feet beam ; large eabin, with state room. Htted up Ur*t class, for ladies. Inqulro of owner, JOSEPH BROWN, Astoria. L. I. For salk or charter?steam launch, 41 leet long, ft feet beam. In Hrat class order. Address W. A. DALY, 27tt Hoyt St., Brooklyn. AN NINO'S YACI IT AGENCY, 318 BROADWAY* office honr* from 10 to 1.?The "Yachting Circular," dis tributed gratuitously, contains description and prices of all yachts for sale and charter and Yacht Business Directory, M" InTaTURE" YACHTS, ~STEAMBOATS. FITTING*, Ac., by the late Fitch, for sate at a sacrlflco. 53 Boud. f; h Off BOATS, NEW AND HANDSOMELY" FINISHED. ,for sale cheap. E. WYCKOFF. 131 West 10th st. OTEAM SCHOONER YACHT TRUANT FOR SALE.? O-tO feet long, 4 draught, compound engines; economical, fast: perfect order: handsomely outnttod. Apply aboard, foot 24th st., Brooklyn. OTEAM LAUNCH FOR RALE?CEDAR HULL; COP Opor fastened: almost new; small aud for sale cheap. R. L. NILKS, 8 Wall St. S~EC,OND HAND SIX-OAUBD BAKGE, OARS, AC., eomplote; secouu hand double anil slnirle Scull Boats; spoon and straight Oars: Metallic Ltlei.oats; Bouts ot all kinds. SMITH'S. 139 South st.. New York. SECOND HAND 14 FOOT FISHING BOAT. $40; IB jjfoot centre board Skiff. $30; T" O CHARTKK?FOR PARTIES, THE FAST SAILING schooner SO PHI h BkHRMANN ; lirst class accommoda tions. Apply at 1(2 John St., Now York. TO CII VRTfcR?BY THE^DAT OR WEEK, STBa">C Yacht E. G. Burgess, suitable for small parties, furnished Sitail coaTaaiaucos. Address W. A. DALY, 270 lloyt it., tooklya, or apply on board, foot of Court st. TO 0 IA RTF. K?M Y~TIIE DAYOR WEEK, TUB NEW and elegantly litrnished sloop yaeht America; sleeping accommodations far ten. Apply to J. J. TREDWELL, 1 Pine st. II1TEII ALL AND OUTRIGOBR BOATS. NEW AND seeond hand, for sale cheap; 59 Man gin it. JAMEB MOSS. WANTED-ROW OB sailboat?NOT LKS8 THAN IS teet, yawl bnild preferred. State eaah price, whicn mnat be vety lo*. AKOONaUT. Herald. ANTED?TO CHARTKR FO"R~"ArWEt'.K OR TEN days, about Jnly 1. a Sloop or Schooner; must bo ? good eea boat, with cabin accommodation for two people. Address, with description and terma, E. 8.. box 137 IleraU office. WANTBD-TO 11 IBB, FOR JULY "AND AUGUST, A gool Boat. 23 to 30 leat, with cabin. Address, giving particulars and term*. SOUTH BAY, Post office, Brooklyn. W ANTF.D-A STEAM LAUNCU. ABOUT 30 OR 40 teet long, in good condition, very low for cash. Address G. V., 155 Leroy st. AN'Ffcb" TO PURCHASE-TWO TUGBOATS; ON K large and one medium else. Address, with prico and description, ALPHA, Herald office. WANTED CAT BOAT: LENGTH NOT TO EXCbED 20 feet; must lie fast, sound, nnd price reasonable. Ad dress, stating price, CAT BOAT, Herald Uptown Branch office. WANTED?TO CHARTER FOR TWO WERKS, FROM Jnly 13, 81. op Yacht, with accommodation tor eight. Address, stating lowest terms, A. B., Post office box 2,303. M1M RLLANEOUs! AmYjkIcaITs'f anf)Aiiij sTfor of sifPERioKTffifi Ish. also LEAD PIPE nnd SHEET LEAD.manuteo tured by the COLWELL LBAD company. 03 Centre and 1.312 Btoadway. _______ DIVORCES procured IN NEW YORK AND OTHK9 States without publicity. Advice frse: pay when granted. NEW YORK LAW AGENCY, 3M6 Broadway. DIYOHCES (LEGAL EVERYWHERE) speedily OB. tained without publicity. No advance payments. frederick KING. I<awyer, tf St. Mark's place. DIRECTORY FOR ADVEKTISKRS. HKRALD BRANCU OFFICE. 1.265 BROADWAY.--. OPBK UAT AND NIGHT FOR RECEPTION O# ADVERTISEMENTS AND 8AX.E8 OK PAPBRA AMUSEMENTS?4th Pack?nth and 8th col*. A ST KO LOGY 3n Paqk??lh ool. MILLIARDS?4th Pass-4th col. . _ , . BOARDERS WANTED?2p Paob-IsI and 2d ool?.t u< 14th Pag* 4tl> nil nth col*. BOARD AND LODGING WANTED?14m Pact-OU col, BKOOKLYN BOARD?14th Paq?-6Ui eoL BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?fckCK Plan?llf BUfilNKfiH OPPORTtmiTIBB?1 1th Pact*. BUSINESS NOTICEH-9th Pag*-6Ui cot. CITY REAL ESTATE FOR 8ALE-14th PA??-le?Ml. CLERKS AND 8ALBSMBN?to PAcr-^d and 4th ool*. CLOTHING?an Pack?Oth col. ... , COACli.MtN AJ?I) UARDSNERS-^d Pao??4*hoaL COASTWISE STBAMSIIIP8-lflTn Pack?3d oal. COUNTRY BOARD- 2d PA?*-2d. 3d. 4th and 5th cola.. And 14TII P.t ool. DANCING AC A DE HIES? 13th Paob?6th col. ssrasfcs; ftaas st M.????? ?*. *?o ok. FURNISHED?15m Pack-lat and 2d cala. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?16th Paw?2d and 3d onto EUROPE?16th Pag*?5th coL BXCUASGB?13th l'A?r.-Oth eol. EYES AND EARS-Uni 1'AO*-?th ooL EXCURSIONS -HIT" PAC.*-4th and Sth ooH FINANCIAL-IIth Park. FINE ARTS?13tii I'AdR-5th eol FOR SALE?3d I'Afl* 5th end flih c?l?. FURNISHED ROOMS AND AJ ARTMENTB TO LBT-4 I.-itii Paok 2d, :<d and 4th ool*. FU11NITURK-1:?tii Pack-BUi col. HELP rt ANTKD-FEMaLB>-3d Pao*-S4 nl HEI.P WANTi'.D?MAl?ES?to Pao??4th and 5th ooh. HORDES. CARRIAGES. AO.-4TH Pack-IM, 2d, 3d an* 4th coin. 1IOTRLS-15TH Pab?-5th col. HOUaES, ROOMS. AC.. WANTED-lSnr Pag*?5th eoL INST RUCTIO N ?4t h PAM-JSth eoW^,, JERSEY CITY. IIOBoKEN. HTJDBOM CITT Alffll BERGEN REAL ESTATB POR tt ALB?14tv Paom 2d col. ... LOST AND POUND?13th Pag*?5th eol. MACUINBRY-So PA<iK-i?h col. MARBLE MANTKLS-l.Tm I'A.ja-flth cjL MATRIMONIAL?14th PAfi*-Olh col. MEDICAL?15th Pace-5th e?l. MILLINERY AND ItRKSK* AKING?If.m Pag*?2d eoV MISCELLANEOUS aDVERTLSEM BN18?12th PAOt? nth col. MIHCBLLANKOCH?1<Vm PA?n-fllh eol. M L'SICAL ?15th i'ahr?5Hi eol. NEW PUBLICATIONS?ftnr Paob-?th col. PERBONaL-1*t Pau*?1*1 eol. PIANOFORTES. ORUAN8, AG.?4m PAOB-dtb coL POOL SELLINO?4th Pa(1*?liit eol. PROFESMONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALBB-* 3b Pa?k -2i1 and 3d col. PROPKRTY OCT OF THE CITT FOR RALE OR TQ KENT 14m Pauk?2d and 3d coL REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?I4ra Paob-3d and 4ik col*. REAL ESTATE WANTED-14tb Pa'.k?4th col. RELIGtOt'S NOTICES?4th PaiM?4lh coL REST AI! RANTS?IStw PAeic-tUhool. llEWARDS-l.'Irn Pagk?5th col. SALES AT AUCTION?Iftl* Pauc?Oih col. SITUATIONS WANTED?PKMALE8-8D PAOn-lai an4 2d e>l*. SITUATIONS WANTED?MALRH-to Pam-34 col. SPKCIAL NOTICES?18th PAo?-nth ool. SPORTING-DOll*. BIRDS, AC.-4ra PAUB-l.t coL STORAOE?lHfn I'Aun-iSth cal. SIlilMKk resorts- 2d PAon-ftth and 6th cola? an* 11tit Pack- ??Iv col. THE TRADES-3P P ?gk-">th caL THE TURF-4th Pauk l*tC"l. TO LET FOR ll'xINBM PURP08ES-15t? PaO*-1* col. TRAVELLERS* OUIH1-I6tii PA.;n-4th col. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? 15th Pao*?4th ami 5?h cola. WANTED TO PURCHASE-1?It? PAUn-5th o*U WATl'UES, JEWELRY. AC.-tarn I'AU-Hn Ml. WKbTCIIBsTKR COUNTY PROPERTY PUB HA LB O* TO LET -14r?i Pau*?I at anil 2d col*. WINKS. LIQUORS. A .-13th I'lUr-Mh eol. YACHTS, KTKAMBOAIS, AC.?Ilia PAO?-tith coL