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a furniture faciobt burned. The extensive furniture factory of H. Lsuter k Co., with a frontage ol 150 feet on Third street and 10J feet on N'orih Fifth street, IV nliutusburg, was totally de stroyed by flro last night. The are broke out in tho engine room a lew mInutos after eleven o'clock, nod was speedily communicated to all the floora of the building by means of the sbuto through which tho sharing* were thrown down to the flro room. Fivo engines aud two truck companies rosponded to tho alarm, but in spite of their efforts, so tnfl immahlo was the nature of the slock, that a total loss resulted The loss will aggregate fix,000, on which there is hat s partial insurance. The loss tails heaviest ou tho workmon, sixty in nnmber, who lose in ibo avenge $lu0 oacb In tools. Tnrne only wore provident enough to Insute. .Messrs. Lauter & to. loso $15,000 on stock and $15,000 on machinery. Adam Craig, the owner of tho building, values it at .fit',000, ou winch ho has $0,000 insurance In local companies, Tho watchman found everything all right at a quarter to elovon o'clock P. M. and cannot account lor tue tire. RESIDENCE DESTROYED. Hock I.ami, Me., Nov. 13, 1877. The house and stables of Captuln George W. Brown were burned this morning, together with tbolr con tents, and a large grapery ruined. The loss Is $12,000. loured for $7,100 ou buildings and $2,500 on the contents. I FACTORY BURNED. g WlHTKHALt, N. V., Nov. 13, 1877. Qulnby's sssb and door factory at Fort Ann, N. V., was burned at six o'clock this morning. The loss on the machinery, mill and mock is estimated at over $10,000. Insuranco about hail that amount. CLOTHING STORE IN ASHES. WILKKSHA It RE, 1*0., N ov. 13, 1877. At an early boor this morning a tiro broke out in Ibis city in the clothing store ot J,oats Posner, destroying the building and Its contents. The loss on the stock Is covered by lusurunce. Tbo flames ex tended to the wholesale liquor store of Peter Mctirarty una F. .Schuoler's shoe storo, which were destroyod, together w:tn two saloons. Tho loss on tho bulldlugs Is $5,1*00; uninsured. THE SAM FRANCISCO WAREHOUSE FIRE. ' San Kraxcibco, Nov. 13, 1877. The losses by tho Are winch destroyed the North Point Dock bonded warehouse yesterday will approx imate $450,000 ou the building aud Its oonteuta. Scv eral English and German insuranco companies loso from $15,000 to $40,000, the balance of Insuranco be ing of small utnouuta in local, Eastern and foreign companies. Tho lessee ol the warehouse believes tbst Abe lire was ol incouuiary origin, bat declines to glvo tub reasons for tbu boliet. It is understood, however, thut ho has been prominent In the movement to ro Uuco tbo wages ol 'longshoremen, who consequently threatened to do him tome mischief. MANUFACTORY DESTROYED. Makkuah, Ont, Nov. 13, 1877. Speight It Sons' Novotty Works were destroyed by flro to day. Tho Mjtbodlst Church aud Miller's drug store were damaged. Tho ions on the Novelty Works is #50,000; totul loss, #60,000. insurance? Waterloo Mutual, $0,200; Manuiacturers and Merchants', #2,500 Mercantile, $ooo. ' A CONFLAGRATION AT CENTRA I.IA, ILL. Cincinnati, Nov. 13, 1877. A special from Centralis, III., states that oarly this morning a flro destroyed several stores and residences, ibo post offlco aud Eastern Hotol. Estimated loss. $25,000, No Insurance. A FOUNDRY DAMAGED. EvANsvitce, Ind., Nov. 13, 1877. A flro this evening dostroyed too molding shop and one of the pattern rooms of William Hodman's ex tensive foundry una machino shops. I.oss, $50,000: JUsurauco, $20,000, In Eastern companies, 9 COURT RULES FOR LAW STUDENTS. Aliunt, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1877. Professor Tboodore Dwigbt to-day mado application to tho Court of Appeals to modliy its rules so that they shall not apply to students In colleges at tbo time the ruios went Into effect. He said that In Ham llton nnd other than Columbia College the law term ol tho atudents had boon one year, whie at Columbia it was two years, aud, la consequence of the rules refer red to requiring students to uttcud for three yoars, those who entered Hamilton College at the leat term had graduated and wero now practieing law, while students ot Columbia have to remain another year at college. SOCIETY OF FRIENDS. Inoianapous, Nov. 13, 1877. The ninth biennial Congress of the Society of Frlonds of America couvkned in this city tbta morn ing. Nearly every meeting in America is represented. Addresses wero made by Allen Jay, of Providence, It. I.; Stanley Humpbroya, of England; Lowrie Tan turn, of Iowa; Thomas Land, of Brooklyn, N. Y., and othe^. A committee on enrolment wus appointed, witn tho following members:?New England voarly meeting, Thomas H Bull urn; Now York, Thomas Ladd; Philadelphia. James B. Rhodes; Baltimore not represented; North Carolina, Kacbol Bitiford Ublo. Ellwrooa Kaleliff; Iowa, Sarah Jano Pickerel-' Indiana, Charles S. Hubbard; Kansas, J. U. Stewart Canada, out represented; at large, Martha A. Jay' FctU Mills and Dinah Henderson. . Permanent officers were selected, with Charles Cofflu, of Indiana, as President. ^ FINDING OF CLEOPATRA'S NEEDLE. [From tbo London Globe.] Messrs. Barrett & Son, Buchanan street, Glasgow, tho owners ol tho screw steamor Fitzmuurice, which, while ou u voyage from Middloabrougb to.Valoncla with a cargo of pig iron, picked up Cleopatra's Needle after It had been abandoned by the Olga, have just reeoived a letter from Captain Evans, of tho Fiizmaurlce, describing tho manner in which ho rescued tho. olxilislc. Tho lettar la dated from Forrol on tbo 18tu lost, nnd In It tho Captain says:?"I left Middlesbrough on the 9th Inst, and encountered bcuvy head winds till the 14th. It tbon blew a tcrrfblo gale, aud I had to ho to nnlll nlnoA. II. on Monday/ I'ut tbo vessel on bcr course again, tho wind blowing from tuo southwest. Tbo first part ol Sunday night It had been southwest, with a fearful sea. About flvo P. M. on Monday, wwny at tbo lee beam, I saw what appeared to he tbu bottom of a ship. I put the helm ol the Kitziniiurico bard up and bore down upon it. Just at dusk I tuiiud that It was Cleopatra's Needle. Thorn was then too much sou on bnerd it, and I waited with great dilllculty on account of tbo rough woatber nil daylight on Tuesday morning. 1 Uen wo boarded tbo obelisk ship, sod "got tt per fectly liisicued by noon, slipping two nine-inch hawsers aboard ol hor. When we had towed away for about two hours both ropes parted, from tho strain put upon them by tbo heavy sea. Again launched a host uod scrowed tho hawsers, and had to tow very slowly on account ol ihe heavy sea Next morning It blow a heavy galo from llin southeast, nnd both ropos purled again. Put out to* boat, and with great dlOlctilty fastened tbotn again and managed to got loto tins port at (Kcrroll at half-past 9 P. 41." Captain Kvaus remarks iu his loiter thut, from the way iu which Ibo ballasting ol tbo obelisk ship had beon done, II. appeared to be the work ol soldiers, and not ot sailor*. The captain likewise states that alter hoarding tbo Cleopatra ho found ihe logbook at Captain Carter in iho cabin. He remarks that Captain Carter Is one of the l'outnaular and Oriental Company's officers, aud slates that the log which was written up to the 5tb, contains tnoToi lowmg entry:?'-rttis Is a most unpleasant night. The swell is high aud coniusea, and the Olga seems delorminod to low us through tna water or tin ier It. I 1 wish she would break down, for trio quick pitching motion is almost unbearable. Sixteon pitches pu" minute?each ouo sending Ibo wtternvcr tbo hull lore and alt, and a good deal of spray ovor all. My bod Ihe foresail, Is suiurnted, and I walk about in prrfsr encc to silting below, whore ail Is close, impure and hot." A SEXTONS TALE. [From the Yorkshire Poet] The Inhabitant* of Wetlierby bavo boon startled br ? rumor thai a man had been buried alive at the ci in clery. A low evenings ago tbs company nssomMcd in one of the hotel bars were discussing the reported Iraoco at Mellon, when tho sexton of the cemoiery tad b? bad burlod ons living meo, adding that some months prevloualy, while fllllrg in tbo grave of in tomato of the Union Workbouso named Lofthouse, be heard several distinct rappiugs at ibo lotfln, and also said (bat his son was witn him nnd board tbo same, in a day or two Ibq rumor reached Uio cars oi a womau rotated to tbo den used man J.oiihouvj. and wishing to ioarn the truth sno visiieu me sexton and asked mm to tell n?r correctly what bad linppeneJ. He replied th.it both no and ma son beard twoivo distinct "bump logs" iu the grave. When asked why lie did n?t at once try ?o ascertain the cause, be said he did not want bringing up for "rcsurrectioning," and that as deceased wss an old man be thought mere would not bo "anything to do anout It." the sexton has written to a local paper, nckuowii dg ng that lie made the as ?? rtioo, but dOuianng tr.a. iu did so in Jesl. brought ?bout by IIIe p eaiauiries of tbo company bo was iu. I here are, however, persons in the town w ho have hoard uie sexton toll ihe story woel^ ago, OBITUARY. COLONEL SAMUEL HANTS MILLS. The death ol Colonel Samuel Sand* Mill*, Sheriff of Baltimore, which occurred yottcrday afternoon, ha* aroused feollngs of the doepe<l regret among an unusually wide circle ot Irlcnd* throughout BuMlmore nod the Stnto ol Maryland. No man in Maryland probably wa# better knuwo and none so generally popular among all claase*. Colonel Mill* was born January 11, 1820, was educated in tbe public schools and learned tho trudo ol a printer. He loos a prominent part in military mutter* and was an ofllcer of the old Independent Cray*, a famous organization a quarter ol a century ago. Ho was subsequently colonel of the old kifth regiment, aud, at tbe uuio ol bin deutb, no wss cnptnin In tho piosent Filth regiment of Slain tnllitla. In 1881 he established The Aoulh, a secession journal, wbtoh led to bis arre.-t aid imprison ment In Fort Mcllenry. His roleato wus coupled with conditions that preveniod him Irom pnrt'Cipatlng in public affairs lor sevorsl yesro. Alter the war he puolished several agricultural journals. Ho was a promlneut deuiocrutlc politician aud has been frequently elected to tho Baltimore City Council und Maryland Legislature, and two years ago was chcscn to the rihrlevslty, tho most Ipcrilivo office in that Slate. His term would bovo expired early in December, his mcccssor being Philip M. Snowdou. He was u member elect of the next Mary land Legislature, and bis death creates a vneapcy in that body. Ho was Past Grand Marshal ol the Grand Lodge or Odd Fellows of Maryland, and was uiso a member ol uiauy other lodges 01 tho sain# Order. He was also a high officer oi tho Knights of Pythias, Knights ol tho Golden Kaglo, various Gormen societies und Presldentof the Marylaud Yacht Club. Uo leaves a family. JOHN N. HOSE, NEWARK. After a long illness Mr. John N. Koso, a highly esteemed und well knowu baiter of Newark, dlou ut his homo tbero yesterday. Ol lale years bo was connected with the press ol Nownrk, and lor mauy Seurs took a very uctivo part in democratic politics, e was aevooty years of age. BIHTEU MA11V EUGENIE. Miss Ellen C. Lynch, known in tho Church a* Sister Mary Eugenie died at tho Couvout of Mount St. Vin cent, near Yonkor*. N. Y., In tho ninth year of her novitiate. A solemn mas* of requlom was colcbrsted lor tho repose of hor soul in tho couwent chapel, at which tho Sisters ol Charity and all the pupils ot the academy woro present. The body was buried In the cuius lory attached to the Mount on Saturday Novem ber 10; - THE WRONG MAN SHOT. The shoe store of Thomas Conosnnon, No. 685 Sixth avouue, wss robbed some tluie ngo, und Officer Fan ning, who was on duty on that part of the avenuo at the time ol the occurrence, bos slnoe been looking for* a man named F.dwnrd Hyett, whom he had seen loiter ing neor tho place that night. Hyolt had previously served n term lu prison and wss not abovo suspicion. 11 veil. It appears, also had his suspicions about the officer, tor when be caught sight ol him yesterday on Sixth avenue ho rau like a deer. Tbo blue coot orertook him oftor a short ruco, which terminated in a hand to hand combut on the corner of Twenty-firth street and Seventh avenuo. In iho struggle the officer drew his pistol, which wont off and wounded mm neverely uo lb# rlfcht side of tho ncaa. Hyett made off und Fanning was cared lor at the Twenty ninth precinct ststlon. His wound is not a dangerous one. FATAL ACCIDENT. A man apparently about twenty-four year* old, drosaod In black, and wearing an overcoat and gaiter shoes, was killed last evening by fulling between two ireight cars at the Thirty-third stroct Irelgbt depot of tho Hudson River Railroad. MISSING. Mrs. Alfred Van Benrcn, of No. 162 Eost 126th stroei, and who Is described as a vsry attractive look ing lady, left the house ol somo relatives at No. 28 Jones street, on Monday, where she hud been on a visit, to return home, and since then has not been hourd from. Sbo was ol sano mind and lived happily with her husband, wbo Is anxious for her safety. SUICIDE. A FARCE IN TWO SCENES. [From tbe Eureka (Nov.) Scntluol, November 4.] Tbero are various ways of getting out ol this trouble- | some world, and somo ol thoso wbo snuffle off tbe mortal coll, with s view ol making tbslr exit (rota this sphere too work of tbelrown hands, adept novel expe dients. Take tho oaso ot the Sun Francisco washer woman, for lustanco, who, wnlle reflecting on the ills that she bars la ibis world and tbo grievous bardeds of tho dally straggle for existence, siuck her bead in tho suds and held it tbero until she was defunet, passing over tho border damp and soapy. A Eureka WUIUIIU, wbo bad brooded over her tons and tribuln tious until she was in that unhappy statu of mind when suicide seemed to offer hor the only relief, made a mlserablo ffasco, ami now lives to still endarc, notwithstanding her attempt at sell murder. Hor hushnvd would stay out at night, plsy pedro and otherwise oouducl binuclfia averyun dutltul msnner, and, to cap the c.imux of his cruel ties, rclu?e<l to puronase her ouo ol tuoso sweet lints Just imported by Myers k Franklin. When ho loft tbo residcuce to go down town and sec n inau slio deter mined on death, and took for that purpose a bottle of corrosive sublimate Irom the closet, where the fauil y drugs were kept. Composing hersslt carefully on tbe bod, and as gracofoliy as if sbo bad been a California Theatre actress, sbo drainca at cue gulp a hugo goblet lull, diopped the glass to the floor, loldcd her bands on ner broast and calmly awaited death. She had an ticipated toe most excruciating pain, as the terrible corrosive substance should act on her inwards, and marvelled greatly (o Und insload a sensation ot deli cious bliss stealing over her whole system. Her spirit was wonderfully exalted, bcr vision roso snd roamed ut will through oil tbe gladsomo memories of her happy past. "I bad not dreamed," she said, speaking wun difficulty, lor her voice was tailing last aud her uilorances cloggod, "1 hud not drcauied that death wash sbo easby. I would have done it olten had I known tuts. O, donth! wboriib thy sling! Oh, grave! wherish thy victoryf" At this Juncture her husband entered. ' What in dernation aro you doing, Molly! What makes your face so red!" "Goo' by, John; goin die. Taken croslitve sub 1'ate. Forgive yer everThlug." "Corrosive hell and damnation ! Why, that's ten dollar brandy that 1 bought down to Clark & Botto's. 1 put that label on It so that you wouldn't drop on the contents." Molly wss too far cone to understand tho explana tion, but when sbo woke up in tbo morning with a splitting headache she said that sbo nover realized bo lore bow dear Jobn suffered after one ol his periodi cal drunks. The husband now hides lils llask behind tne lanniy Bible, the only place In tbo house whero it Is safo from molestation. LITERARY CHIT-CHAT. Mr. J. A. Symonds has completed bis fine work oil the retniisasnee in llaly by volumes on "The Flno Arts," "Tho Revival of Learning" and on "Italian LHeratnro." Mr. K. B. Ntytolaon, Librarian of tho Lnndon In siitutiou, has iniprees a hook on "Tho Rights ol An imals; a New Essay in Ethics." Before the Hus*o-> urkish war baa got fairly Into the middle of things authors and publishers are prom ising histories of tbe wur between Russia and Turkey. Cassell, Fetter k Oaipin announce one In numbers, with illustrations, evldontly by George Olhffo. Mr. Clarence Cook's magazine articles on boasehold art will be published In a handsomo volume entitled ??The Homo Beautiful," by Scrlbnor k Co. An Important book on Egypt will be Dr. Klunzlngor's "I'ppcr Egypt; lis Feopleaod lis I'roduotions," being a description of tbe people or the Nllo Valley, the des ert end the Red Seu cousL A posthumous work of Tbdopliile Gamier, In two volumes, entitled "L'Orlcnt," consisting of studios on Eastern subjects. I* about to bo issuod In I'arls. Mr. William M. Rosetti will shortly publish "Lives ol Famous Foots." Tho groat and deserved popularity of Thackeray's writings leads to lbs Issue of s new and cheaper lllus tratod edition of his comploto works, In twonty-lour volumes, with all the author's illustrations; .Smith, E!der k Co., London, nod J. B. Llppinoott, I'hlin dolpbli. arc the publishers. Captain Mayno Reid is still writing novels, hi* last, entitled "Gwcnn Wynn," having Jnsl appeared in London. Tho second edition of the November-December nam ber ol the International Reniew has been issued, con taining article# by William Cullou Bryant, Horace White, H. Scbulz Wilsor, of London; Dr. Francis TV barton, Genernt J. U. Wilton, M. CUnrlos l.lndriez, of I'arls; Hon. John Jay, Philip Gilbert llnmcrton and others. Mrs. Anclo Edwards has Issuod undor tbo tillo ol "A Bluo Stocking" her newest novel. . A Iiondon publishing houso, named A'lain k Co., has published a book ontitled "General Grant, Ills Llle and Times;" depending on tbo Interest of Grant's re ceptions lor the sale, but the speoulatton is reported as noi doing well, Mr. Habberton ihlnks "The Jericho Rood" Is his hert book, though ho fails to inlorni nn anxious pub lic which it Ins worst. Dr. Woolsey, ol Now Haven, has In Scrlbner's press * treatise eu political iclcuco, in two volumfi. SHIPPING NEWS OCEAN 8TEAMEB8, OF DXrARTl'KS HUM NKW YORK FOR UO.XTIM OF SOVKMIIKK AXO OKt'KMREIL Null*. I l)/*tlnntton.\ Hfli I Frisla*. Stole ol Georgia.. Kt lnopin Motel Krfnihllu . (lit; of Brussels... llt-IVCliA Holland Wisconsin It ol ii 11 m S.iysiu Slate nl Indiana.. W A Hchoiten Herder lia.tie City of Herliu England Denmark Douau Victoria Montana Abyssinia Ancila Labrador state of Psnnsvl'a i'omniernnia t'ltv of Chester. Adriatic Ihvonia Hermann Srrthia Mans Wicland. America Anrlioria ? Nov 14.1 Liverpool.. 4 Howling Green Nov 14 llavro . 55 Briinonev iNov 15.1II nmburg.. III Broadway Nov '5s Cln>gnw... 72 Broadway Nov IT Glasgow... 7 Bowling Green Nov 17. Bremen ... 2 Bowling G'reen 17 1.irei pool.. 3T Broadway Nov 17. Liverpool.. 13 Broadway Nov 17 Liverpool.. 73 Broadway 17 London. .. 73 Broadway Nov lis > Liverpool., 25? Broadway Nov 21. Liverpooi.. I Bowling Green 21 London... 7 Bowling Green Nov 22. Glasgow... 72 Broadway Nov 22. Kotterd.im a) Broadway 22. Hamburg.. II Uronlwuy 24. Liverpool . 37 Broadway N ov 24. Livorpo-1.. 15 Broadway Nov 24 Liverpool.. 73 Broadway Nov 24. London..., 73 Broadway Nov 24. Bremen ... 2 Howling Green Nov 24. Glasgow... 7 Howling Green 1 Nev 27 Liverpool.. it) Broadway Nov 28 Liverpool.. 4 Bowling Green N 0 v 28. London.... 7 Bowline Greon Nov 28. Havre "?ft Broadway Nov 2)1. Glasgow... 72 Broadway Nov 21). Hamburg.. HI Broadway Dec 1 Liverpool.. 37 Broadway Dec 1 Liverpool.. 37 Broadway Dec 1. . Uagow... 7 Bowling Green Dec 1. Bremen ... 2 Bowling Green Dec A i.lverpool.. 4 Bowling Green Dec 6. Rotterdam 5() Broadway Dec ti. Hamburg.. HI Broadway Dec 8. Bremen ... 2 Howling Green Dec 8. Glasgow... 7 Bowling Green Dee 11 Liverpool.. 21' Broadway Doc 12. Havre 55 Broadway Deo 18. Liverpool.. 20 Broadway *9~ NOTICE TO CAPTAINS OP VRMKM IX THE COASTING AND FOREIGN' TRADE.?Captains or officers of vessels engaged in the coast I in; anil foreign trade observ Ing the diaplaceir.cnt or removal of aea buoys are requested to communicate tho fact to tbo II kkald, ao that It may be brought publicly to tho attention ot the proper authorities. A letter Addressed "To tho editor of the If Kit tl.D, New \ orlt city," giving as nccuratuly as possible the number and posi tion of displaced buoys or the cause of their removal, will suffice In all cases observed along tbe Atlantic and Pacific coasts of the American Continent. When they are observed on tbe const of European countries or In the Mediterranean It Is requested that Information be sent either by telogruph or letter to the London olflce of the Nrtv VoitK llKitst.n, hi Fleet street, London, or to the I'arla office, ?l Avenue do l'Opere, Parlr. Where the telegraph Is ussd despatches may bo addressed "Bennett, 46 Fleet street. London," or "Bennett, til Avonuo do l'Opera. Paris." Whoro cases of displacement are obsorved In the wators of cnnntrles beyond the reach of tbe telegrnph. as In Asia or Africa, captains may communicate with us upon reaching the first conven ient port. This Information will be cabled, free of charge, to lltu IlriiAi.n and published. ^ ALMANAC FOR NEW YORK?THIS DAY. PUN AND MOON. 1 nion WATER. Sun rises 6 46 | Gov. Island.. .morn 2 49 Sun sets 4 43 Sandy Hook..morn 2 04 Moon sots morn 12 22 | Hell Gate. morn 4 34 HERALD YACHT WEATHER OBSER VATIONS. Nov 13. 1?77. At Tfmtr. Mir. Inch. Thrr. J)*/. Wind. Shit' of 11'MlAcr. Horacsboe Bur Scotland l'ts'p N 0011 4 PM 8 PM 12 PM 30,80 :mi.30 00.40 .30.40 NO 54 48 47 NNK F. 8K BE Ciear. Cloar. Clear. Clear. TORT OF NEW YORK, NOV. 13,1877. ARRIVALS. RKPORTED BT TltH BBUALD STEAM TACnV AND HKKALD WIIITBHTONE TELEGRAPH LINE. Steamer liepublic (Br). Kennedy, Liverpool Nov I and Qneonstown 2d, with mdae and passengers to 11 J CortIs, ar rived at 1 :15 I4M. Nov 7. lat 48 -'HI Ion 38 8t), passed a Crent Western lino steamer, bound K. Steamer City uf Brussels ( Br). Watklns. Liverpool Nov I. via Uueenstown 3d. with indse and parsengers to J O Dale. Steamer Wisconsin (Br). Forsyth. Liverpool Oct Jl. Sneenstown Nov 1. wilh mdae and passengers to W llllams Gtilon. Experienced heavy westerly gales with high sea most of passage; Soy let 4.4 31', Ion 32 42. passed a brlurigged steamer bound Mr; 12th. 1 I'M, lilt 41 20, Jon 04 SO passed 11 three-masted steamer showing I'KDM, bonn i E : Intn..? | I'M. off Flro Inland, panned steamer Wyoming, hence for Steamer Knmoro (Br), ltopklns, Newport. B, Oct 2S. In | ballast to * 8 Tucker A Co. Had heavy westerly gales greater part of passage ; Noy Ik lat 42 30, Ion o7 30, passed ship Imperial, from Baltimore for Antwerp. Steamer Cleopatra. Wier. Fort an Frlnce Oct 30. Kings ton. Ja. Nov 3. and Fort Antonio Oth, with radse and pas sengois ?o Murray, Ferris A Co. Steamer Cltv of Macon, Ntckerson. Savannah Nov 10. with mdse to George Yonge. steamer San Jacinto Jloaurd, Savannah Nov 8, with mdae 10 Murray. Ferris A Co. Steamer Santiago de Cuba, Crowoll, Charleston 3 days, with mda- to J nines W Quint nrd A Co (Incorrectly reported as arrived I2tb). Steamer Isaac Bell. Lawrence. Klcbtnond and Norfolk, with mdse to the Old Dominion Steamship Company. Steamer 15 C Knight, Chichester. Georgetown, DC. with mdse t? J L Roomo. Jr. ship lames (Ger). Ilehrens, llamhurg 43 days, with mdse to II Hoop A Co. Hod heavy westerly gules throughout; split two topsails: Nov H. lat 30 22, Ion 04 SB. passed three petroleum bnrrols, but could not ineko out tho marks on thJh?rk Ilngna (Nor), Ellertsen. Bristol. E, 42 days. In b<l last, to C Tobias A Co. Had fine w -athor. Mark Bessie Forker (of st John. XH), Parker Newrv, via Delaware Dronkwater, 35 days, In ballast to J W El well A Co. _ . ,. , , . , Bark Marino (Aua), Valcleb, Copenhagen 53 daye. In ba|. last to Flinch, Kdyo A Co. llark Vale (Nor), Motlnr, Siotlln Sept So. In ballast to Bockmann, Oerleln A Co. Had heavy weather; lost and split sails, Oct 31. David Andreaeon seaman, while taking reef 0111 ol fore topsail fell trom the ymd striking the rail and going overboard; he cam 1 to the surface once and Im mediately sank again. Bark Sestl Dul.rovaekt (Aits). Bradicieh. Renu*a?t3 dare, via Delnwaro Breakwater, in ballast, to Sloeovleh A Co. Bark Freln (Nor), Jensen, llavro 44 days. In ballast to Flinch, Hdye A Co Bark Isaac (Ausj. Sfaeovleh. Genoa 48 days. In ballast to Benhnnt A Boy'sen. Fassed Gibraltar <'ct 5. Bark Maria Oristlna (Ital). Jacrnrlno. Athens (11 days. In ballast, to Fnnsli, hdye A Co. Passed Gibraltar Hrpt 28; had heavy westerly gales the entire passage; Nov 2. 1st 32, Ion (15; spoke bark Nuevo Matteo (llali. from Genoa for Philadelphia. Brig Adeline Fl-bardson. IHIsko. Areclbo.sI'R, 14 days, with molasses to Rnblre A Co: msel to Binspson, Clapp A do. Brig David Llangollen (of Bt John, NB). McCollongb, Cow Bay, Cfl. 17 days, with coal to Perkins A Job; vessel to Scam melt Bros, llatl strong NE and E gales; stove bul warks. _ _ . ... Schr Richard W Den ham. Chase, Naveasa 2D days, with gusno to the Navasaa Phosphnio Company: Vessel to Bent ley, (iildersleeve A Co. Was 4 days N ol Uettoms, with heavy NK gales; lost and split sails. Hehr W H Knatan. Miller Virginia. Hclir Mien Tohln, Smith, Virginia. Hclir Klisaheth White. Abbott, Virginia. Sehr Charlie Cobb, Rhodes, Virginia. "? Selir Atnerlcsn Ragle. K11I011. Philadelphia. Bcbr W H Itulsn. Miller. Fhlladelphls. Schr Ellen Tohln, Yauction, Fhllsdelphia for Boston. Schr M A I Henderson, Oranmer, Fliiladelphla lor Bos 'on. _ ? Selir Atinira Woolcy, King, Fhlladolphln for Danvers port. Schr T O Smith. Atwood, Philadelphia for Tannlon. Hrhr D Mllliken. Robinson. Fhlludelphla for Fall River, schr Ella F Crowell, Atkins, Philadelphia for Province town. Selir Gen Bnnks. IJnseott, Philadelphia for Providence. Schr J I'slne. Smith. Philadelphia ror Provlneetown. Scbr Alex Young, Blake, Philadelphia fur Somerset. Schr If I) May, .'lay, Philadelphia for Boston. Selir F A Pike. Noble, Philadelphia for East Cambridge. Schr Marr Price, Campbell, Philadelphia for Lynn, fy Barks Seaward (Br) and Prodromo (Nor), whleh were aDChortd In tho lower bay. came up to tbe eity 13th. gif- Bark Leonora, which anchored In the lower bay, came to tho city I'M of the Kith. PASSED THROUGH HELL GATE. BOUND BOOTH. Rloumer Santee, Springer, New Bedford for New York. Berk Samuel Welsh, Keller, Gloucester for New York, In ballast. Brig David Biigbee, Staples, Providence for New York. Hclir Fair Field, Taylor. Kackport lor New York. Schr Molt Haven, Collins Csials for Mott Haven. Hclir Bertha, Conover, Provldeitco for New York. Schr Win M Everett. Stevens, Providence for New York. Hehr Wsr Steed. Gorkln, Providence lor New York Schr Murthn I' King. .Isrvls, Providence for New York. Schr John E llnrst. Cook, Pawtueket lor New York. Schr E'sex. Keele, Newport for New York. Scbr Pennsylvania, Burllugatne, New London for New York. Schr Joseph Wooley, Weeks, Now London fbr New York. BOUND EAST. Bteimer Ncotnne. Berry, New York for Boston. Steamer Galatea. Wslden. New York for Providence. Hehr Helen Msr, Dnnrsn, New York for Csniden. Me. Hclir Decatur (lakes. Baker, New York for Now Bedford. Schr Lady Antrim. Carter, New York tor Wareham. Schr Hrandywlne, l-'en.rar. New York for Providence. Selir Josephine. Wskley, Xew York for Bridgeport. Schr llaitle Loo, White. New York for Hartford. Schr Helen P, Jones, New York lor Mlddletowp. (7t. Schr Eclipse, Young, Now York for Port JelTorson. Schr B II Warlord, Bprnsue, llolmken for Providence. Schr John Stockhain, llsrt, lli.boson lor Providence. Scbr Msrcena .'unison, Tyler. Iloboken for Providence. Schr Julia A Crawford. Hatch. Iloboken for Norwich. Schr James l'arker. Sr, Kelly. Iloboken lor Norwich. Srlir Clarissa Allen, Allen, Port Johnson (or Providence. Seiir Beading Kit No .'>11. Thompson, Amino for Derby. Schr Sparkle. Shropshire, Amb >v lor Provldone 1. Hclir Itanpnhaniiock. Snack, A lit boy lor New llavcn. Hcnr Baltimore, Frances, Atnhoy (or Norwlrh., schr J llofirnnn, Peterson, Amboy lor Nnrwalk. Hehr Anna shepurd, Gray, Klir.sbelhport for Providence. CLE A11KD. Steamer Gen Barnes, Chseimsn. Havsnneh?George Yonge Steamer Regulator, Doane, Wilmington, NO-Wra P Clyde A Co. stsamor Isaac Bell. Lawrence, Norfolk, City Point end Richmond?Old Dominion Steamship Co. Steamer lletleras, MaHcit, Notlolk, Va?Old Dominion Steamship Co. steamer M syfiower. Davidson, Philadelphia?.las Hand. Steamer Neptnne. Berry. Boston- II F Dim oca Ship Gilbert Thompson (Br). Watson. Liverpool?Chns L Wright A Co. Ship Tnntellon Castle (llr), lloyt. London?W D Morgan. Ship Emerald Isle, Patterson, 1-ondon?Grlnnel), Mltiturn A Co. Ship Loch Ranee (Br), I.amont, Glasgow?Henderson "Vhirk Krlnna (Br), Smith, London?J F Whitney A Co. Ilnrk Argonaut iHri, Moe, London- Knirch, Kdre A Co. ilara Norman tllr), Allen. Bristol. R ?J F Whltnev A Co. Ilnrk Famlglia Ferro (II H), Motfimo, Gloucester, K ? Benham A royraen. Ila'a Ubtirna (Nor), Giinoefsen. Sllgo, I ? Hockmnnn, Oerleln .? <'0. _ _ ?, Bark Knrua (Br), Gaston, Qneenstnwn, Falmouth er rly mouth lor vrdwi-Jtyi'WA.jt Bark Goethe (Gar). Kuhlmann, Bremen?Chaa Lnllng A Co. Bark Brazil (Br), Roaeb. Havre?Boyd * Illncken. Hark Fortun* ltizpoli (Ital), Do Martino, Marseille* Fundi, Kdyu * t'u. _ _ Brig r' I Henderson, Moloney. Lynn, B-J U Winchester A Co. Brig Tula. Morgan. Bellfe. Ilon-Wm Jax A Co. Brig Robert Muvve, Me Lure, Port Hpaln (Trinidad)?II Trowbridge's Nona Hrig Florence (Br). Dutton. ht Johns, NK?A E Outer bride o. Sclir Pride of the East, Lord. Deiaerara? B F Metcaif k Co Sehr Julia Grace (Br), Ilalcrow, Halifax, NS- Brett, Bon k Co. Sclir 1* A Edward*. Miller, Kl Marys. Ga?Ablel Abbott. Rdir Modesty, Niekerson, Plymouth, Maes?Ferguson k W ood. SAILED. Steamer* Wyoming (Br), for Liverpool: Andes (Br), Port an Prince. Ac; Gen Burne*. bavannali: llatierne. Norfolk: Wvanoac, Kieliniood Ac ; ships llsnna (Korr, Hulll Olaf (Nor), Bordeaux; burke Lottie Muort. SydneT, NSW; Columbia. Rarliados: Kachele (Anal, Cork; brigs Wlnfleld, Gloucester; Ahble Clifford, Bin Janeiro; Robert Moere, Port Spain: aclirs II N Gove, and M K -Imraoua. Also ealiad. hark Sea Sklmmar (Hr), for (Jueenstown, Ae; Norman (Br), Bristol; F J Henderson. Lynn. OUR MARINE CORRESPONDENCE. i Nortolk, Nor 13. 1877. Bark Deaengane (Nor), Loreniten, from Baltlraoro, loaded with grain and bnqnd to Cork for orders, co'llded to-day wilb the ship Tuloot (Nor), from Baltimore for Bremen, iu ( hesapoako Bav. The Desengana'arrived here to-nitilit in diatreea, having loat ber bowsprit, Jlbboom anil badly damaged her bow. The Talbot proceeded to Bremen ouly slightly damaged. MARITIME MISCELLANY. Stkahkh fliMDALOcrK (Pr), Irum Montego, la at Aapln wall with thalt brok'it s STrauKit Vindicator. from Philadelphia for Fall Hirer, whlcn put Into Newcastle. Del. Nov 12, with steam valve brrken, renalred and proceeded the same night. Haiix Wm II Bk.ssk. tr m Olympln. Oregon, which put Into Newport, lit, Nov U, with mainmast sprung, Ac, sailed 13th for Hath, .Mo, Bark NoRTitrstRgRLANn, of Scarhoro, which cleared at Montreal for Liverpool, on the 30tli ult, with grain, la ashoro at Aiiticostu. Crew auved. Unto Frontikk. Armstrong, Portland. Mo. lor Kt Pierre, Mart, put into St Thomas Oct 31, with mainmast sprung (not at before reported). * Schr I) M FngNCH which had been repairing Rt City Islund damages by collision, tailed yesterday AM for Bos ton. SellK Lottir passed Fortress Monroe lor Norfolk with lot* of forosull und Jibs. Schr K A Stir prow, from Cedar Keys for New York, was agr.mud on the bar nt Iho lonuer place Nov 9, drawing 13)j feet. St'itR Hri.rn M Condom, 11 day* from Jaekionnllo tor New York, with lumber, at tho Delaware Breakwater, col lided on Saturday night with schr Rachel - Miller and carried n?ay main rigging, roUIng toe mast out of her. Ihe It S Miller loat her Jlhboom. Canzo, Nov ft-Solir Sarah J Ayer. from Gloucester, Ma?s, has arrived here and report*: - Oct 24, lost both masts in a galo off Grand Hunks of Newfoundland. IIAt IVAX. NS. Nov 13-Steamer Carroll, from Boston, ar rived here last night nnd sailed this morning for Charlotte town. She reported having experienced heavy gales dur ing the passage. Bark Ueaeonsffold (llr), from Caraqnette, NB, for (.rest Britain, has arrived at i'lcton leaking eight inches per hour. Montkkal. Nor 13?Steamer Stevenson (Br), with a cargo ol grain and provisions, when leaving licr berth to day. touched bottom and sprung nlouk. Sno putluto llooh logs for repairs. (JiTKBKC, Nov 12-Bnrx Northumbrla (Hr), Nlebolsoo, Irnm Montreal for Liverpool, with grain, was ashore at An tlcostl Nov (I; crew on the island. Sclir Alpliouslne (Hr), Iront Montreal for Sydney. CB, la reported ashore at Blc. Rt John, NB, Nov 13?Ice has formed iu the Rt John River nhovo Macknaqnack, rendering navigation dllllcuit. WHALEMEN. Provlneetown, Nov 12?The following whalers belonging to this port will sail during tho coming winter:?Sclir* (Julckstep, Manloy, for 12 months' cruise; Grace M Parker, Mastnn.Hdo; Mary Simmons. Rich, Sdo; Alcyone. Fisher, and Clara L Sparks, Sparks, 18 do ; N J Knight, Foster, 8 do; Ua-io II Phillips, nlckarson. nnd II F Sparks. Elwell, 18 do; Ellen Rlrpnli, Dunham, nnd Rising Ran, Taylor. 8 do; Lottlo Cook, Dyer. 12 do; Express. Smith, 8 do. Thoso that landed their oil at Hi MichaelsRehrs Win A Groslor, itobeits; Antarctic, Bell: Acate. Atkins; II atflald, Cornell; Edward Lee. Atkins; William Martin, Martin, and brig D A Small. Curreii. will return noxt fall. Arrived at St Helena Sept 20. harks Louisa, Millard, from a cruise; Get 2, Dcsdcmona, Vlncout, do; 3d, Oconn, Holmes, do. SPOKEN. Rhlp Antoinette (Br), from Cardiff for Montevideo, Oct 11. lat 13 N. Ion 20 W. Ship Mallard (Hr), from Singapore for Now York, Aug27, lat 33 17 S, Ion 23 .30 h. Ship Gov Langdon (Br), from Quebec for Liverpool, Oct 27.1st -32 30. Ion .3 24. A ship showing 1IKBD, from Now York for China, Sent 21, lat 24 N. lot! 42 W. Au American ship showing No 4,189, Rapt 9, lat 9.30 N. Ion 31 18 W. An American ship allowing JKQV. from Cardiff lor Rio Janeiro. Sept 19, lat 3 42 N. Ion 23 W. Bark Plskaiaqua (Hr), Irum Savannah tor Bnenoa Ayres, Rent 20, lat 2.3 h. Ion 22 W. Bark Romance (Br), Tore, from Havre for Saudy Hook. Oct 24. lat 44 23. lot, 41 OH. Bark LV Chipmnn (of Windsor, NS), bound E, Oct 23, lat 41 N, Ion .37 D. Bark Mary A Myrshnll (Br), from Llmarlek for Delaware Breakwater Oct 28, lat 90. Ion 10. Bark llavllah (Brj, from .Manila for New York Sept 13, Jnt 19 14 8. Ion 2 3 \V. Bark Nlcoln Tummaseo (Ital), from Philadelphia for Trieste Oct 3, lat 39, Ion 31. Bark Virgo (Aus), from New York for Trieste, Oct 4, lat 39. Ion 31. Hark Kllznbeth (Br), from Belfast for New York, Oct 28, lat 3(1, Ion 12. Bark Mary Roark* (Br), from New York for Rotterdam, Oct 20, lat 49 jr., Ion ft Hark Mltpah (Hr), Potter, from Baltimore for Liverpool, no date, 1st 40. Ion 30. NOTICE TO MERCHANTS AND CAPTAINS Merchants, shipping agents and shipmaster) are Informed that by telegraphing to the IIriiai.d London flu roan, ad dressing "Bennett. No. 40 Fleet street, London," or to tho Paris office, addressing "Bonnett. 61 Avenue do l'Opera, Paris," the arrivals at and departures from European and Eastern ports ol American and all foreign vessels trading with the United States, the snme will bo eablod to this codRry free of chnrgo. Captains arriving at and Bailing from French and Medi terranean ports will And Iho Pnrls office the more economi cal and expeditions for telegraphing news. OUR CABLE SHIPPING NEWS. AwTWKKr, Nov 12?Arrived, steamer South Tyne (Br), Ilellotts, New York; 13th. bark Belt (Br). McBrlde. Belli, teure. Alexandria, Nov 2-Arrlved, bark Led* (Aus), Tarra boehin. New York. Bki.rasT, Nov 12?Arrived, bark Rmlllo (Nor), Slmonien, Baltlmere; brig Concord (Br). Kces, Beanfort, SC. Brrbkr, Nov 13?Arrived, bark Merle (Ger), Nobmene,. Now York. Railed lltb, Anatra, New Turk, CorKKBAOKg, Nov 10?Arrived, bark Septentrlo (Nor). Torjonsan, Philadelphia. Ckorstadt, Nov 9?Sailed, brig John II Crandon, Pelree, New York. Dkal, Nov 13? Arrived, tchr Felton Bent. Brown, New York lor Rotterdam. ' Dvkrihr, Nov 12?Arrived, bark Mtrv Hogarth (Br), Shields, New York. CinRAi.TAR, Nov 6?Arrived, hark Henry Norwell, Bur gas*, Philadelphia; sehr Preacott Haselllne, Wadltn. New York (both before reported wlthont dale). Hull, Nov 13?Hailod, bark Crono (Ans), Stork, United Stale*. IIAMBunq, Nov 13?Arrived, bark Cupld(Br), Grant, New York, Ltrgapoou Nov 13-Sailed, berk Bellevne (Br), Kyffln, United Statea; brig C C Koblnaon, Ilanaon. Philadelphia. I orpox, Nov 13?Cleared, bark Jamea Hickman (Br), Bishop, Delaware Breakwater; Ocean (Hr), Whiteside, Baltlmere; Amlclxi* (Ital), Marengo, United State*. LlkARti. Nov 13?Passed, steamer Utopia (Br), Crnlg. Naw York for Loudon. OrORTO, Nov 2?Arrived, brigs Alice Tarlton, Latbop, Darlen; 3d, Thereao iflw), Odelmark, New York; schr Ma tilda Brooks. Jones, do. PoRTSMOt Tit, Nov 12-Off, bark Bombay (Ital), Villa, New York lor Dundee, Palrhwo, to Nov 13?Arflved, brig Nettle, Mackay, New York. yr*rjiSTOWX,*Nov 11?Arrived, barks Soflld (Nor). So rensen (not Rofla (Ana), Ya'.lualg), New York; 12th, Come Vol (Ital), Ferrari, Baltimore; 13th, Mlo (Ital), Oneto, do (lalter lost bulwark* and sails). Pasaed the Faatnot 13th, 3:10 PM. stnara.il City ol Mon treal (Hr), Brooks, Now York for Liverpool. Kottnrdam, Nov 13?Arrived, barks Fortune (Br),Good, Baltimore; Heba (Nor). Kratiae, New York, Hailed 1Kb. bark Albion (Nor), Nellscn, United State*. Hwanska, Nov 13?Arrived, senr Lahnlnn, Houghton Calais, Me. RorrriiADtrro!*, Nov 13?Arrived, steamers Nnrnbsrg , Jaeger, Baltimore for Bremen; America (Ger), De I.Ttnon Nrw Yi.rk fur do (nnd both proceeded). SuansKLAxn, Nov 9-Sailed, steamer Derondn (Br) Knott, New York. Vi.issixokv, Nov 13?Sailed, eleamer Maae (Dutch), Van dcr Uneven (from Rotterdam), New York. VlOO, Nov 3?Arrived, bnrk t'oradongn (Hp), Csmpelo, New York (before reported without date). ? London, Nov 13?Part ol Ihe crew of ahlp Granger, from Liverpool for Manila, before reported In China Hee, have been landed at Hlngapora. Bark Alphaita Marshall (Br), from Antwerp for New York, whleli pat Into Hheetneas damaged by collision, loat jib boom, brndgesr. figure head Ac. Bark M< nsoon (Nor), Hvondaon, frqro Q ichec for Warren polni, Is ashore near Newry and fills at high water. It Is thought her cargo will be tavrfd. Bark Hlndbsd (Nor), Andersen, from London for Pens* cola, previously reported ashore at Heaford Hand, will be come a total wreck. Brig Trust (Hr). Marstera. from London for Charleston, has put back to Newport. Brig Francesco Italfo itta'), Clilesa, from Wilmington, NO. for Hamburg, has put Into (.'adli short of provisions. WEATBKU REPORT. lloLTfiRAD, Nov 13?Wind WXW. 1*bymquid, Nov lS-Wlod (I, modnrnte^gbjwer/, ? FOREIGN PORTS. AsriRWArx, Not lo-Salled, steamer Alp* (Br), William*. NOha\i'lottktowk, PR I. Not 7-CI*aro<l. brtes BrUkjBr). Amero.Naw York;' Viking (Br>. M urehlsou ""e. Dunkirk, Nov 5?Arrived, ship Isabal Molt iBr),Groves. Calculi*. Havana, Nov IB-Arrived, ataamar Huratoga, Httndberg, New \ or. In 4 days 4 linura Kingston, Ja. (fin 30?Arrived.brig Fowers(Br). Halifax; aelira Linda. Bo.d, .Molille: Sarah Whliniure, WhUrao'e, Carman, lor Mobil* and Cedar Key*; Nov 3, brig ttvaii gellne. Lincoln, Ia>ckp?rt, NS. nailed. Ocl 20. brig t'hsriotle Back. Smith Plilladolpbia; ?cbr Sarah K ..lion, All?n. St Ann'* llav, to load for I'nlmd Stale*; .Tub. trig Eolth (Bri, Miller, llalltax, via Fat month, .la: Kcho, Carter. Baltimore; achr Henrietta, lllli. Cedar Key* Alao called 2:*th ?learner Clarthel (Br). Periniann, Iiayti, to return to leave Not 1.1; and the above arrival*. In port Nov 3. bark Vauhan <Fr). for New Orleans: ?elir Ollra Croabr. llutchl'i?on. lor New York via Black Itlver. Momtmo Bat. .la. (let 23 Arrived, achr* /dole Weuel*. Smith. New York via Turk* Island (and salted lUHh for Aaplnwall); A J Kablna, lliirrl* Cedar Keys; 28tb, bri* L-ua iBr), Davidson. Cuba. Moktrkal, Not 10-Arrlved, steamer Dominion, Robert*, Liverpool. Sa'led 10th, stenmnr Strathtay, Small. Aberdeen. Qukrjc, Nov It?Arrived, steamer Copla, Tucker, Oloo cester for Montrosl (and proceeded). Clear-d l()th. brig A J White. Green. Gibraltar, sailed 11tb. barks Proteus, Pearson, Hull; Adrlhelm, Han ean. West Hartlepool. st I'ikkrr, Mart. Nov lO-Salled, scbr Walter L Plum mcr, Pltitum.-r, Prutacola. [Pkb Stkawkr Rttrrni.tc.l Apflkdorr, Oct 2(1 -Arrived. Herinine. Mlramloht. Artwkhp, Uct 29-Salle.l. Alpbeus Mitrshall, .MoFadden, England. sailed from Flushing Roads 21st, C II Marshall, Hutchin son. New York. ACi'RA. WCA. Sept 29-In port. Itoibnek, Haltman, wtg. Bristol-Amvd In Klugsrnad Oct 28 X.eontloe, fliiu derseo, Quebec; Carmels, Vtcerin*, New York for Glouees tsr. Hailed 28th. Thor, for New York. Huston, Oct 27?Arrive!. Nuova Murgherlta, Boston. Hai.i.ina, Oct 2(1?Arrived, Charlotte Young, Crooks, New York. Bangor, Oct 28?Pnased, Irene, from Quebec for Caer narvon. BKbrAST. Oct 27?Arrived, Lnctle, Anderson, Rlcbl bucto; 28tb. Norton, Arthurs. Mlriimtchi; 20tb, luge. An dersou, Quebec; Charger, Hatuurst Arrived in the X.ough 30tb, Larcmergler, Dunn, Mlra mlchl; Neva, New York. HKincKWATCn. Oct 20? Arrived, Paragon, Williams, Que' bee. Barrow. Oct 27?Arrived, Klla Voso, Doodsy. Ptigwa?h. Haxtrt, Oet 25 ?Arrived. Osoau tipra , llocken, i'hiU delpliia vis Qiiornstowu. Borprac.x, Get 27?Sailed. Frank, Peterson, New York; Kong Oscar, Ohri*t"n?eu. Hampton Koiidr. Harcklun*, Oct 23?Arrlred, Angellta. Bsrtolomeo, New Orleans. Sailed 23d. Ivsnhoo, Patrick, Philadelphia; 24th, Qyda, Gundersen. New York. Bari, Oct 26?Arrived. Dlton. Le Marquand. Paspeblac. CAHntrr, Oct 28-Hailed, Tblngvulla (s), Moleson, Now York. Cork. Oct 20?Arrlvod, Da Capo, Ingeten, St John, KB; 27th, Neptnne, Norton.', do. Cleared 2t>th. Kong Sverro. Baltimore. Sailed to 2!hh. Ada llartnn, Sydney, OB, CALCUTTA. Oct 1-Arrived E .1 Silence, Hill, New York. Sailed trorn Sanger, Sept 28, W W Thomus, Boyd. Bos ton; ('artsburn. Hunt, New York. Cakrnahoon, Oct 28-Arrivcd. Irene, Roberta, St John, NB. Capr Coast Oartj.k, Sent 23-Sailed, Susan Bay ley, Lee, Lagos; Rebecca Ooddard, Jones, and Bolivia, Burgess, leeward. Df.al, Oct 28-Arrived and anchored, Ellas H Mllllgan. Mitchell, London lor Mtitdv Hook; 29lli, Frank Wallace. New York for Dunkirk: Ht Thomaa. iljcrko, Mock holm for Nantes: Eliza 8 Mllllgan, Mitchell, Jr. Sandy Hook; Ma rlanna Ferro, Ferro. Dunkirk for Now York. Sailed 28th, City of Hparta. McDonald, New York; 30th, Frana Wallace. Dunkirk. Put beck 27lh and anchored, Oscar A George. Lingnn blail. London for i'ensacolu; Alma. HJuliuau, do for Bull River. Passdd 20th, Onalaska, Yoting, from New York for Hall. Dunkirk, Oct 27-Sailed, Marianne Ferro, Ferro, New York. Duri.ih, Oet 28?Arrived. Josephine. Baliimnre: Dill gentia, Quebec; 20th, Champion, Queboc; Alfred, Schroe der, Hosiuu. Sailed 29 - Stella, for Tyboo. Dukmck, Ort 28?Sailed, IJarmonle, New Orleans; Henry Marston. I'ensacola. Droomkoa, Oct 28-Arrived, Arabella. Foster. Bnltlmoro. Ki.nihorr, Oc 25?Arrlvod In the sounil, America, Nielsen, B??Sr?, Oct 27?Arrived, La Satotta, Scotto, Philadel phia lor Newcastle. ? Off the Lizard 20th. Lima, from Bromon for New ?ork. Fi.KRrwoon, Oct 28?Arrived, Braato, Quebec; Brage. Hansen, do. UbOVCttSTKR. Oct 27?Arrived, Mlr.pah, Olsen. Quebec; Saga. Ble. do; 2Ktb, Edward Gushing, Bickmau, Now York. Sailed 20th. Faonio B Tucker. \\ hoclor, Cardiff; 28tb, Gltnnn. Jacobsen. Savannah. Grimsby, Oet 30-Sailed, IC rare roe, Harth, .Savannah. Glasgow, Oct 27?Arrived. King Arthur (s), Houghton. Montreal' Prlnco Edward (si. Frasor. do; 29ih, Bengal, Quebec. Greet, Oet 25?Arrived, Augusta, Buck. Philadelphia. Cleared 25th, Campidogllo, Deraichele, Philadelphia. Sailed 24th, Lido, Scbiadlno, Phlludolp la. Gkkbnocic. Oct 28?Arrived, Clylesdule. Pope. Quebec; Pearl of India, Castle, do: Snowdtn, Mark, do; Malta, Lelteh. Miramlchl; Enoch Train, Norris. Quebec ; Abbotts ford, Me Williams, do: Oavour, Mause, do; Eleanor Wood, McCallum, Miramlchl; Laura Kmlly, McArlliur, Montreal; 2C)th. Canadian is), Maclean, Montreal. Gaklisstown, Oct 27?Arrived, Thomas, Ilogacth, Mira mlchl. lliiioos, Sept 0?Arrlvod, Fury. Everett. Congo. Hull Oct 27?Arrived, Soli, Vervlna. New iork; 29th, Carlo, Raicevtch, do. llAVnuRG-Sulled from Cuxhaven Oct 27, TMbs J Lan caster Hunter. New York. , II ARWirn, Oct 29? Arrived. Fumllla. Slguro, New 5ork for Ipswich. IIoltid:ad, Oct 28?Sailed, Wyro, Nlnnls, Tyboo. Ii'swicii, Oct 27?Arrived. Ebeuezor, Nielsen. Ualtlmoro, Giuseppe laivnrello. do. | Irnisiiavrn Head, net 27?Arrived, James W Drury, . Sully. Baltimore; Caterlna Camilla, Martin, do. | Livrkpool, Oct 27? arrived, Bothnia ts). New York; Ellen, Mirnmlobl: Oasis, Hums. Quebec; Herbert C Hall, Three Sisters; Ellen, Mutton, Miranuchl; Annie, Jen kins, Penaarola; Rylvanu* Blanchard. Oakes. St John, Sit, 28th. Illinois (?). Hhsekford. Philadelphia; Chatlos T Russell. Hamilton. Miramlchl; Quern ot India, Cardalle, Hathnrat; Alice Cooper. King, Miramlchl; Vancouver, Well*. Dalbousio; Kate Mslllck. Frasor. Hlredlae; Karl ol' Elgin, Jaiaea, Qnehee: 29th, Northumbrla. do; Greyhound, Ceildc*. do; lie*. Hansen, Rlchibncto; 30th, O A Bolyea, Alexander, M John. Sailed 30th. Uerraoaldea, lloano, Southwost Pass; Woye, Andersen, New Yon. Cleared 27th, Happy Home, Smith, Tyhee; (loggia, Koldernp, Richmond, l'a; 29th, Emma, Meson, Churlotto town. PEL London. Oct 27?Arrived, Teresa, Goodsall, Queboc; Vlo tory, do; Emperor, Johnson, Now York; Augusta Qnlnta, Marcsea, llaltlmora; Tintern, Olsen, Mlramlcbl; Prsnla, Quebec; Underwriter, do; Ageneourt, Saguendy; 29tli, Tama, stoleen. Quebec u Trowbridge, do; Severn ta). do; Teresa, Goods ill, do; Tintern, olsen, Mira mlchl; Lmperor, Johnson, New York ; Chlefmln, Fulton, do; Augusta Qnlnta, Maresca, Bnltlmoro; Gleulffer, Gum ming, Hull River; Tonsberg. Anderson, Quebec; r'arna, Stolsnn, do; Victory, Wstson, do. Cleared 27th. Holland <s), ilaeley. Now York (and p-tsznd Deal 2Htb) ; Sarah. Krefllug. do; Cbas Hal, llansuu. Handy Hook; Uman, Anderson, New York; Tove. Itasinnsscn, Beaufort. Entered ont 27th, Jonas Hlatlng. Philadelphia; 2tttti, City of New York (a), Lund. New York; Vsnguurd. Coriett, Han Francisco; Premier, Holmes, Vancouver's Island. called from (Iravesend 28th, E 8 .Mllllgan. Sandy Hook; Sarah A Staples. Baltimore; 30th, Sarah, Now York; Z:i rltr.a, Pemacola. I.TNR, Oct 27?Arrived. Kate, New York. Lrmi, Oct 2??Arrived, Ocean Pearl, Henly, Portland, Mo. J,1*RON. Oct 22?Hailed, Orestes, Menno, New York. Milkobd, Oct 27?Put hack, FraucoSCo Bellagnmba, Brlgnatl, from Cardiff for Baltimore. Si art port, Oct 28?Halted, Fisher, Smith, Qnobcc. Madras. Sept 30 Sailed, Berteaux, Post. Lou.lou. Madriha, M'pt 12?Arrived, Cliichn.icudden, Cooper, London (and sailed 13th for Philadelphia). Sailed. Sept 15. John Petle. Newton, Bull River; 20th, Valiirea. Neck, Now York. Nrwrt. Oct 27 - Arrived, Viola, New York. Nitwport, Oct 27? Arrived, David, Pensacola; 29th, Uol conda, smith, Havre. Cleared 2!>tb?Thomas R Pillsbury, Pitcher, Sagua la Grand*. Krwcartlv, Oct 20th-Cleared.Whlekham (a), I,ond, Now York. Ostrnd. Oct 2<ltli?Arrived, Fradaal, Norberg, New York. Pltdwutii. Oct 2t)-Salled, Royal standard ts) (from Su ?annalii, Iteval. Arrlvod 3nth, Holllnilde, Slmm, Montreal. Pv.nartii, Oct 28-Arrlveo, Antlocco Accame, Slgnnlco, Miramlchl. Sailed 2tnn, Pblnras Pendleton, Nicholas. Point de Oollo. PoRTRi'sii, Oet 2)1?Arrived, Lulu. Olvsn, HI John. Ml. PoiiTt.ANn. Oct 21?Sailed from the Loads, John Clark, Ross ifrom Havre), New Orleans. Qurrnstown. Oct 28?Arrived, Olar, Amnndsen, Mon treal : K 8 Newman, Newinan. Mexico; Male. Hellinleh. New York: Holla. Moss, llarbor (Jraco; 21HU, StataniluUter Stang. l-.rlkseii, Montreal; 3()th, Canada. Jeuson, Quebec lor Cork. Sailed 27th. Catherine Leed, Ipswich; 28th, Mercnrlos, Montrose; 29th, Cbloggla, Dublin; 30th, Skudesnses, Sun derland. Koch*port, Ocl 27- SRilod, Carmel, GJeruldson, llamp ton Roarls. Kottkrpam. Oct 97?Cleared, lijorvlken, Anderson, New York. Hkval, Oct 23?Arrived, Albort Hcknls, Latham, New York., siiiri.pr. Oet 29?Sailed, Olcntlower, I'ensacola. Si'RprRRANn, Oct 29?Halted, North Tyne (s), Galveston. Stoi'RTon, Oct 28?Hailed, Professor Schwclgand, Balti more. Hillotii, Oct 28?trrived, AlexanJra, Quebec. SwaNska, Oct 29? Arrived, Ethel, Campbell, Bolts' Cove. St. Tpdwall Roads, Oct 27?Arrived, Ocean Child, Quebec. Kt Catharink's Point, IW. Oet 29-Off, New World, Hammond, from London lor New York stkttin. Oet 24?Arrived, John I'.ead, Barthlng. New York; Witch, Mudgett, do. SrKxxiA, Oct 25?Sailed, Emily Flynn, Mnnsoq, Pensa cola. St IIri.ina, Oct 0?Passed, ltHThoniss, Nickels, Rangoon (or Falmouth. Hkcorurk, WCA, Oet 4?In port, (Ireyhnnnd, Lloyd, wtg. TvRDKsTSANn, Oct 19-ealleu, Hovillng, Jensen, America. Trikstk. Oct 22?Salted, L Maria.'frappanl. New York. 1 rnkrivkr, ilet 14?Arrived. Sunbeam. (IHIord, Fayat; 15th, neln*. While, do; 10th, Jnuits. Ludlow, do. Tsat.R Bat, Sept 3D? sailed, J H Bowers, darkness. A Bier Vkntnor. IW, Oet 28 - Passed west, Q II J B (Am ship). Wkllinuton, H7j, Oct 15?Arrived, Zealandi* (s), Smith, San Francisco. N Mt'inrN. Oct 27?Arrived. G W Ilnll, Bennett, Naw York. Sailed 28th, Agatha, Robr*, Philadelphia; 27th, Carl Angell, Soreuten, America. llRiarnt (Pill), Oct 2*V-The Elizabeth Taylor, Hotherlnnd, from Wilmington, has arrived in king-road with cuplnin and two men sick. The mala died on tho passage. Dunualk, Ocl 29?The ?chr Carriek, of and front St John. NB, lilshop, arrived lit the river yesterday and up tu tho quay last night's ltd*. c Tho Vegsr, Norwegian bark, Alhrathseu, from Baltimore for tills port, has p ut over Caiilnglord Bar to wait tho springs. Grrknock, Oct 20?The Atnlanta ahlp, whtlo st anchor In lidurick Bar, for Soiithweat Pass, was run into on tho port quarter by the Bertha (s), hence for Dunkirk, Rod sus tain d damage. OarlibsTown, Oet28-The Thomas. Hogarth, from Mir amlchl nrriveu 27lit lust, with part of oeck cargo Jet tisoned. ' , OinntLTAK, Oet 23-Ttie German bnrk Heraogln Anns, having repaired pumps and taken In the cargo disc barged, was tuwed front the New Molo uu the 2l)tn Inst to the bay. GRAvrsKxp, Oct 27?The Dmld (?), Head, arrived liara from Malaga, spoke at noon yesterday, off Portland, the Frank Pendleton ship, ot Senrsporl, Me., which vessel re ported having been ashore in Kye Bar. but came off with out sustaining anv damage, and she was proeeodlng,all wail. Kingston, Ort 27?The hark FortnBatus, from Harrow for New tort, has put In here with quarantine Hag flying. Tno Captain i.liicohsnti) has typhoid lever, and lusa he*tt roinnsed to the shorn ho-pltal. J,IT Kit POOL. Oct 2?-Tli* Millions Is), arrived bore to-day from Now Orieans, experience 1 a heavy g<le on the pa sage, and nn 17th Inst shipped heavy seas, which eatiletl away boats on port side. % Th# Queca.of India, from Uatburst, expnrionced a strong HE Bale on the paatage. I oat part of deckload end jettisoned remainder. . 'liie Nortbnmbrla. arrived here from Qnebec.esperlenced severe weather on the passage, betwren the 15th nua JWtt, and lost a nortlon of her deckload and several salla. The Aunle. arrived here Irora Pausacula, loat deckload and sustained damage In n irale nth mat. Lmvuick?Tarbert?Oct 27?The Hero, arrived et him erlrk from Quebec, lost h?r mixseuiuest and aalla attached auil the greater part of her duck cargo, hesldea bulwarks, In a heavy storm, in lat 45 N.Ion 'Jl \V ; she is also making water aud but to keeo Iter windmill pump going. AMEKICAN TORTS. ALEXANDRIA, Nov 12?Arrived, aohr T Morris. Perot, Jersey City. Sailed?Schr Z Kenyon, Brooklyn. fasted up?Sclir Addle P Avery, Iron ? for George town. I'aseed down?Kelir J B Harrington, for New llaven. BOSTON, Nov 13?Arrived, stoaniera Johns Hopkins, Tlullctt. Baltimore land cleared on icturn) ; Beading. Col burn, Philadelphia: I'crklomeu. AlberHon, do. I'leiirod, bark New England. IIallat Mobile; brigs Thus nelde (Uan). Kederseu. Cork; Samuel Locke (Hr), Mulv ueunx, llaytl: schr ituth Shaw, Shaw, Philadelphia. Steamer Kieanora, Irom New York lor l'ortlaud, patted Highland Light. Cape Cod, at 2 I'M. BALTIMORE, Nov 13?Arrived, steamers William Wood ward. Young. New York; Louisa, Walker. Itoauoke River; Oenrge Appold. Love lend. Savannah: William Kennedy, Foster, Providence: ship Paul Junes, Jacobs, Portsmouth, Nil; barks Charlie lllckman (Br), Dcriner Hevro via DeUwaru Breakwater; Troy (Nor), Ormandsen, Calais; Stormy Petrol lib), Charles. Dublin. Cleared ?Hieamei* K IV Hruqe, Poster. New York; Rl wkstone, March, Providence; blrks Tempo (Ital), Per llano, Cork; Lady Milne (Mr), Smith, tvlabeacb, Engl Kxlle (Hr), Berrymau, Dublin: llalestrlno (Ital), Costa, Londonderry: susauriu (Mr), Birkeland, Newcastle-oil Tyne: tcbrs Wm Alien. Steelmaii, Bridgeport, Conn : Car ret P Wright, Cropper. New York: Rarneu Jones, Critten den, do; Joseph f ish, Gilchrist. Brousiyn. Sailed?Bark Mary b Goodwin. BOOTH MAY Nov 7-Arrlved, scbrs Nellie Doe. Trnsk, from St John for Wilmington, NC; L M Strout, Pern aid, Hangor for New York; Tannhntiser. Kennedy. Beth for Georgetown, DC r Aoblo Ingulfs, Machine for Now York; El midge Coiry, Arey, Rook port for Norfolk. 1'Jtli?Sailed all the above and before reported. BANGOtt. Nov 10?Cleared, brig Kubhoul, Coombs, Orouada; schr Kinily A Staples, Crockett, boston. BRISTOL, Nov 10?Sailed, schr Mary Ann Murrey, Tup ner, New YorU, OilARLKSTdN. Nor 13?Arrived, steamera Charleston, Lock wood. New York; Equator. Hinckley. Philadelphia; Seagull, Mnrshmau, Balmm.ro; sohrs Charles S Baytis, llevers. New York: Alfred Keen. Boston. Cleared?Hark lire If (Her), J an son, Rotterdam; brigs San Mariano (op), Pages, Barcelona; Little llarry (Br), Johnson. Hnrro. Sailed?Bark Purest Belle (Br), Scott, Liverpool. DELAWARE CITY, Nov 12-Arrived, |>rlg Letiebel, Hooper, Philadelphia. Snlled?Seliri W 11 Whltaker, Oarll, Boston ; P T Tester, Leeds, do. Dl) I'CIl ISLAND HAHBOK, Nov 10-Arrlved Ath and 9tli, burn Samuel Welsh, Kucll, Gloucester for New York; echrs Carrie II SsofTord, Craig, Vinalbnven fordo; Irving Leslie, Aggisis, Lemolne tor do; Mary Elisa, Small, Boston for do; Isaac II Borden, Dodge, Kail River tor rioi Louisa 11 Jones. Stephens, Bangor for Newark, NJ; Timothy Pfeld, Lelaud, Gardiner for Baltimore; Grace Ciislilng, Mosher. do for Philadelphia; Dehoran II Dlverty, Williams. Kockport for Newbern, NO; Green Comity Tan ner, Hyde, Provldouco for Kondout; Lucy If Cogswell, Cheny, Nrwburyport for Phtlndolphln; Francis Edwards, West. Boston tor New York; Kenecce Florenco, Richard* Kenebeo Hirer for Phlledelphia; Constitution, Young; f Somerset for Now York. Also arrived, schrs L A DanenUower, Greco, from Oardb nev. Me, for Philadelphia; Emma G Edwards, Hlghby. Bo? ton for Philadelphia; Fawn, Baker, do for Alexandria; Taylor k Mathlus, Cheesemen, East Braintree fm do; Four Sisters. Bunker, Kennebee for ? do; Harriet Lewis, Cashnian, Pawtneket for Now York; II Curtis; Cnrtls. Portland fur do; Charlotte Jameson, Jameson. Dlx Island. Me, for Philadelphia> Maitio A, Hand, Boston tor do; Jos Maxflold, Steelman, ana Wic Wller, Wharton, do for do. All tlio above sailed 10th AM, exoept bark Samuel Welsh and schr Irving Leslie. a Also sslled, schrs Musjtoo, Charles Lawronee, Lucy Gra> ham. Kobecca II Qitcen, Artie Oerwood, tl.A Hunt, and about 30 others from the northward ot Plum Beach buoy. A brig has Jost arrived Irom up the river and Is anchored off Narragsnsett (supposed the C B Pickering, from ProvL denes lor Cow Bay, CH). , KDGAKTOWN, Nov 11?Arrived, schf Cetewemteek, Kennedy, Kiohmond. Va. lor Btoaton. < In nort? Schr Telegraph, Thorndyki, from How York for Tomes ton. FORTRESS MONROE, Nov 13-Arrlvod, bark Pater Crorar (Br). Whalen, Liverpool for orders; brig Bohumme re n (Nor), from Aberdeen, seeking. Sailed?Brig Florence May (Br, from Windsor, NS), Bal timore. Passed out from Baltimore?Ship Talbot (Nor), for Bre? men: harks Platan (Nor). Qneenstown; Sanson* (Aim), Mndre M (Ital). Anior Frnterno (Ans), nod Nettnuo (Ital), do; Kate Canu (Br), east coast ot Irelaud; brigs R O Wright, Rio Janeiro; II H C'leavos, Demerara; schr Acme, Luneiihiirg. NS. ? , PALL IIIY EH, Nov 10?Arrived, steamer Norfolk. Ford, Philadelphia. 11 tli?Arrived, steamer Achilles, Bacon, Pbllalelphla. 12th?Sailed, schr Joseph Hay, Butler. Philadelphia. GALVESTON, Nov 13?Arrived, brig Minerva (Ger), i Aldan. Illo Janeiro. GEO ROE TOWN, DC, Nov 10?Arrived, schr John T Man son, Plilnnoy, Bcston. Cleared?Schrs E K Blrdsnll, Warren. Providence; B B Church, Kelley. New Bedford: Ellis Moore, Lewis, Now llaven; Kntle Ranger, ?? (aud all passed Alexandria 12tb). GLOUCESTER, Nov 12?In port, brig Carrie Bertha, Hell, from Cadis. JACKSONVILLE, Nov 7?Arrived, schr DV Streaker, Garrison, Charleston. 9th?Arrived, schr Mary J Russell, Steelman. Now Yerk. Cloarcd?Srlirs V IV Simmons, Campbell, Wilmington. KEY WEST. Nov 13?Arrived, hark Assyria (Br), Edged, Cork lor ordor-. MOBILE, Nov 13?Arrived, ship Trega (Br), Morgan, Liverpool. MAKHLEITEAD, Nov 10?8alled, schr Jas 8 Shlndlor, Lea. Philadelphia. MILLUKIDGE, about Nov 10-Satlod, brig Angallo, Evuut, New York. NEW ORLEANS, Nov 9?Arrived, ship Rlversido, Wpo4 word, Liverpool; bark lous (Aus), lvenlcli, St Vlneantt schr Metric w Atwuod, Newcomb. Boston. I3lh Cleared, steamers Morgan City, Reed, New Yorkt Baltimore (Ger), Andreeson, Beval: Frankfurt liter), Klngklxt, Bremen; Aorrora (So), Munllts, Liverpool; bark Antonluta (Sp). Cairus, Gibraltar; Alma (8w), Kvberg, Malaga; brig Vllaior (Spi, Vila, Barcelona. Passes, l.'ltb? Arrived, ship Millbury. Greenock. Sailed-Steamer WycklKTo (Br), Liverpool; schr May D Ilntkoll, Pcusscola. NEW BEDFORD. Nov 11-Hslled. schrs Hannah B Brown, Saokett, New York; John Rnndolph, Parker, do. 12th?Arrived, schr Union Plug, Frlsbee, liobokon. Sntleil?Sehrs BenJ English, Chuso, New York; M A Pred moro. Kilcli do. NEWPORT, Nov 11, PM?Arrived, schrs Watchful, GilL Boston for Goorgctown, DC: Julia A Mary. Turner, Bristol for New Yotk; .llnria, Leet, Provldenco for Haverstrnw (and sailed 12th). Also, schrs Fairfield, Taylor, Gloucester for New York; Wm 11 Low it. Hammond, Dennis lor Hertford (end both tailed 12(h). 12th?Sailed, sehrs Belle. Simpson, for New York; Red Rover. Springer, New York lor Doer Island; Ella Prestey, Preiser. .lo for Newburyport: Wm M Everett, McDanlel, Fell Klver for New York; Martha May, Vroman, do for Orient. PM?Arrived, sehrs Entire. Klnnear. Fall River for New York, utter discharging balance ot inward carg ? here) James M Bevies, Snow, Rondout lor Ncwhnryport, Sailed?Sehrs Wave Crest. Thatcher, Boston lor Charles ton ? Essex, (/leaves. New York. NEW LONDON, Nov I2-Arrlved, sehrs Edwin, Port Johnson; Wm M Everett, Full Klver lor New York. Sailed? Schrs War Steed, New York; Frank Butler, (of Virginia. NEW HAVEN. Nov 12?Arrived, schr 0 8 Vandervoort, Avery. I'ort Johnson. PillLADELI'AIA, Nov 12?Arrived, sobrs Chat Law* renee. Lake; Geo Clark. Harriett, and May MeKarland. Mc Farland. Hooou: H Vandusso, Godfrey, Halem ; 0 G Craa>* inor, Crr.nmer, Now Bedford. Cleared?Schrs Isaac L Clark. Lake; David Clarkson, Ireland; Tims J Martin, Martin, and J A 11 acker man, Hathaway, Boston, (all not ns beloro); Major W 11 Tan turn. Shoe, Portsmouth. 13th? Arrived, steamers Leopard, Wiley, Nowburyport| Norfolk. Fold, Fall River; Ann Kllsa, Richards, New I orlt) bark Grnetoro (Hal), Frugona, Genoa; schrs E G .Morrison, Lavender. Boston; J C Oottinghum. Ayres. do; namiiol Cast ner, Jr. Smith, do; K A 8 Corson. Corson, do; J 3 Detwller. Powell. Medtord; Surge, Douglass. Dorby. Conn. Also arrived, steamer Jiiulntu, Catharine, Savaniiahl barks Anpla (Nor), Hande, Sievanger; Saga (Nor). Serlg, Rotterdamj Onrrle Heckle. Wooilhnry, -to; sehrs A H Learning. Framlibs, Boston; Lucv IX Handy, no; Emma 1 Shaw, springer, do; Mattio A Hand. Hand, do; Lucy Griv ham. Smith, do; Nadob, Cheney, Newburvport; Gustit Wilson, Floyd. (Julncy Point: Emma Fox, French, Lynn) Hatile Perry, Ciitse, Now Bedford; U F Hedges, Srallh, Providence. Ciearod?Steamers Ilarrlstmrg, Worth, Boston; DoO anco. Crocker, Fall Itlvor (and both sailed) ; A C Stimers, Warren, New Y'ork ; hark 1-isrie Irod.tle, Massnp, Belfast; brig Omer (Ur). Vunsant, St Tboraas; sehrs .) C (lotting, ham. Ayres, Lynn; Samuel Castner, Jr. Smith, Boston; It A S Corson, Corson, do; Snllte E Luillam, Ludlam and Thomas Clyde. Fisher, Providence. Alto cleared, harks Vigilant (Br), Nixon, Qneenstown; Armenia (Ital), Cerrello. Cork or Falinouthi schrs S d Hudson, Vanghn, Boaton ; Lucy D, Handy, no; J S Detwller, Powell, East Cambridge; N W Magee. Seaman, do; Hnttie Perrv, Chaao. N.-w Bed lord ; Hustle Wilson, Lloyd, Lynn; H F Hedges, Smith, i'rovidenre; A II Learning, Frambes, Bridgeport; Luey Graham, Smith, Now llaven; Henry Allen. Tatem, Norwich. Lvvrks. Del, N<v IS?Arrived, steamer Albemarle, Gibb*, Now York. Sailed night of 12th. barks Maria Gagglno, for Philadel phia; (.'rest of the Wave (Hr), for Queenstown. PORTSMOUTH. Nov 12 -Balled, schr Clara E Simpson, Rwrlt, Philadelphia. PROVIDENCE, Nov 12?Arrived, atoamcr Catbarlnt Whiting, Harding, Philadelphia. Sailed, sclis L Uolway, Bryant, New York; N Ayres, Pro vost, do. l'AMTUCKET, Nov 10?Sailed, sehrs Nellie M Benedict, Terrell, Phlladeliih'a; Eva Diveity, Handy. Now York. KAN FRANCISCO, Nov 5?Arrived, brig Nautilus, Mc Isaac. Tahiil. Cleared?Bark Cassandra Adams, Edwards, Nanalmo. 12th -Called, shins David Crockett. Anderson. New York; Glory of the ceas. McLaughlin, LIvorpool. 13ih?Cleared, ship Trojan, Williams, Liverpool. HAVANNAII, Nov 13?Arrived, steamers Raphlan,Kemp ton, New York ; City of Austin, Cliestor. do. Cleared?Stoainors Hnutsvllle, Falrcioth, New York; Herman Livingston. Mai lory, do; Saragossa, Hooper, Bal timore ; bnrk Richard (Urn, Paste, Kt Marys (and all sailed) ; schr Geo Washington, Rolf, Baraeoa. Sailed - Bars Osthella (Hr), Mnnro, Antwerp. VINEYaRD haven, Nov 12-Arrived. sehrs W A H Wotherspoon (Br). Pettis, New York lor Windsor, NS; Nellie roots. Patterson, Glaee Bay. Clt. for Providence. Sailed?Steamer Allentuwn; brig F H Odiorne (Br); schrs Ctorra Petrel, Carrie Belle, P L Smith, Abbie Hnre ley. Gen Howard, Martiu L Smith K H Emerson, Goo Churchman. Granlto Stato, Mott llaven. Oriole, w A II Wotherspoon (Hr). WILMINGTON, Ca!, Nov 5?Arrived, ship Tabor, Taylor, Liverpool. WILMINGTON, NC. Nov 13-Arrlvod, brig Victor (Nor), Peterson, Douglass. WARREN, Nov 10?Soiled, schr Chase, Ingrnhnm. Now York. YACHT*. STK Y MUU V l'S, sfce. iftOR SALE?MCIIOONER GEO. II. HOYT, 300 TONS, H feet draft; will he sold by Bnrdett A Dennis on board, at ">tli st. doek, Hohoken, N. J., on Thnrsflay, .no vemhsr 13, at I o'clock, where -lie can now be seeo. UTI'.AMHOaT FOR SALE?SIDE WHEEL STEAMER, tJ134 lo t by 2S fact by 11 feet, eoppor fastened; Is In runiiing order; coDdonalug enulne, 3>1 Inelt .cylinder by 1Q (eet stroke; capacity, BOO bales cotton; is light draught, ?'?S (Hi Apply to i W. CO PEL AN D. 04 Broadway. QCOW FOR HALK OK CHARTER 2UU TO SOU TONE Oaopaclly. F. P. EASTMAN, frot31st St., East River. VI7 ANTBD-SM ALL PAMn NuKE HUAI. IMG ?T poller or side-wheel. 75 to 10() feel, light draught and very cheap;^sta(e prlco and where ran be seen. STEAM" BOAT, box'lM Herald office. IHISCELLANEOUS. _ XPEKVi'lCs" DKHfLtrT. WKtKNKSS, ?S.. Alfn ALU i.1-lisorders brougbt on bv IndDcrelloos, Excesses or overwork of the Brain and Nervous System speedl'T aid radical ? cured liy WINCHESTER'S SPECIFIC PILLS, a purely vegetable preparation and the peat ami most sue icss'ul remedy known. TWO tn SIX ho*** nre utnally siiniciant. For furilier Infnrmotlon hKND KJRLIHi-o , LAR. Price, H per box. St boxes, R") bv mall, securely I nealad, with lull Uiractlons for uae. ' "??paj*'1 Y VV,M J wnwass^^^-J^.