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GOOD ADVICE TO YOUNG MEN.
EST. STEPHEN H. TYNG, JR., EXPLAINS HOW CHARACTER CAN BE BBOKEN DOWN'. The Church ot the Holy Trinity, corner ol Forty eecond ((reel and Madison avenue, wn crowded by an Immeneo congregation last evening to bear the Kov. B. H. Tyog. Jr.'s dUcoureo on "How lo Broak Down Character." Tbo reverend gentleman urgrd in the foreground that no man could appear better or worse than be really la. Wnat concerned mankind most, however, waa character. Ono act ol dishonesty might be a fatal (tab to a nian'a character, and though that one (tab might be healed in the course ot time there would always remain a cicatrice. The vanity and boastfuloeaa ot the men ol our time waa like the pride that cometh bctoro the fall. If peo ple would say less about their own greatness thcro would be a more widespread disposition to believe what they aald; but in most Instances where that bosstfulness Is to be found the tuaa lolls at tho very hrst temptation. Virtue uud l<a counterfeit tu every vice, aud there were inaoy who pre tend to cloak that counterfoil with the vice that God hates. Tney had all sorta ol pleas in lavor ol sin. sometimes it was the force of society, often tho force ol circumstances Hint led u tuuu lo ox cuso sin and then think that tho world's opinion wits tba final judgment. Here in this city of New York the great mtstuko frequently inude was that social changes involved changes of cnaractcr. A drunkard taken from a low tenetnont in the aluma is dououueed and truniplcd upon by the very inch in society commuting the same sins, only with them drinking is regarded asa mere social hilarity. The iiiud in the teucrooul who Killed Ina wife with an axe stands no worse in tbo eye ol God than tno ao-oalleil gentleniuu ol uigh standing who kills tho happiness ol Ins household bv Ins wretched domestic conduct. Men are apt to forget that those living In better clrcuuistauces ought to bo better in iboir conduct; they did not know too learlut passions that were engendered by wrant, by wretched, uess, by povorly. Tne vary moment, ns is so often tbo wise in tbia city, people bogitu to lumper with siu character moved ou the downward plane Unless our consclouce was stoudily awake to this tampering char acter would surely broak uowu. No dalliance with evil desires should be poruitliod. These doslros showed themselves, then. In lulldelity, soniottmos In sceptic ism sod aga<n tu frivolity, tho purity el a man's charaoier found Us loundaiion in integrity uua iu the munoor in which sin waa contemplated. lhe trouble with most youug pcoplo tu this city was the entire bollowuess ot their lives. Instead of taking religious caieof themselves they generally stalled with neglecting prayer. To bullish pruyer was equal to cut ting oO ibe lilo strings ui society. It was like cutting off the reservoir and leaving the pipes without water. This neglect of pruyer soon grow luto a habit until at last liypoortsy stepped in und of necessity forced thora to appear us Christians, because society so willed Ik But God as surely would take oil tho mask. To Him the character of man was known. Tncy should learn w isdom Irom,the Bible, lor blessed w as tho man who w ulked In tho paths ot righteousness. The man alono who walked alone in hutnnie dependence upon God could bo a tower ol strength iu tho comtuuniiy. lu conclu sion the reverend gentleman appealed to tho young men ot our day to descend not a stop further, but to riso upward ana onward, and, buckliug on the armor of tho l.ord, show truo manliness of character, uud thus protect society thjt would ultimately huve to de pend upon them for guidanoo. THE CHURCH AND THE STATE. LECTURE AT ST. ANN'h CHURCH BT BEY. FATHER THOMAS 8. PRESTON. St. Ann's Church, Twelfth street, wast last evening crowded to excess, it hnvtDg been announcod that the Rov. Thomas S. l'rcstun would deliver tho secoDd lecture ol his series of lour, entitled, "Tne Relations si the Church 10 ibe State." The preacher said that, notwithstanding the constant assertion that tho Church sougnt to control the temporal powers, ind that tboy necessarily conflicted, ho was lure 'intelligent people would bear witness tbut the Cathollo Cborch always counselled obedienco lo every just law ot the magistrates. "Render to Csesar tho things that are Ctosar's, and to God tbo tilings that belong to God." Tbat was what tbo Catb ollc Church had always dono; yet no man could tell lo what degree tbe persecution ugatnst Catholics may go. They have driven the Church, said he, Into the Catacombs, aod have made our priosts captives; nevertheless, we have never refused lo pnv tribute to lawful rulers, lo render unto Ciesar tbe thing's tbat are his, but not to give up that which belougs to God. Tbe family, the Cnurcb aod lhe State, ho said, are the three great institutions in tbo world, and they must be prosorved. People do not rise aguinst Protestantism sod its schisms, hut misguided aud am bitious men battle against me Church of God, be cause she will not yield oue Jot or tatlo of her right to Instruct government as to us defies. They tell pcoplo they must bnwaro ol that old Catholic Church, which wnile seeming to be harmless as a dove has tbe wisdom of ihosurpenu We bear of a troc church, a free State and ~ thou.aud other things ot which tboy who speak know uoitung. The Church is tbe founder and con^rvjMor of civil order, and to understand tbe relations Deiireen it ana the State, about which ignorant people so glibly Km Ik, is tbo highest wisdom. Tho speaker then defined in u clear maunor tin- temporal and spiritual powers, and traced the history ol Chris tianity and Its intlueuco on mankind irom the earliest ages, l.esaid.?In early days tho roins ol govern ment wer> held by patriarchs or the beads ol lumnics; siterward by prophots when the Juwistt theocracy was establishes but when me Master came on enrtb He became tbe arbiter of the spiritual power of God In ' tbe world, and ibis power is ore eminent in its own domain. What is us domain? To prusorvo the spiritual life of man, uud 10 conservo the duties that flow irom the revelations ol truth. It Is lur above the temporal power; oue concerns our nfo on earth, tho other our immortal existence. These powers should bo exercised iu accord and harmoniously, each left to lis proper luuclion. The absorption ot tbo Statu by the COorcti would no an impossibility, but it would not bo ugainst llio Word ol God, but tho absorption ol the Chureli by tne Siato is contrary to Holy Writ, and tbo lloly Catholic Cburcb nas always (ought ag*in?t it. IN OT II Kit COUMKIKS. We see in Russia to what a couuuton It has reduced the Groek Church, which clings iiko tno roots ot a sickly vino to the State. In Knglaud, where the king or queen is the head ol ilia Church, und whero ail the vitality ol the Church is derived from tho Sluto, wo find auolter example. What has such a union led to ? Tbe wildest theories, the most abandoned doctrines? in fact, anarchy. Tne idea that tbe authority of our Holy Cburch has nr. spiritual derlvatiou is nothing else hut universal albeism. The reverend gcutieim-n then reviewed tho rise and fall of tbe rulers who had uelied aud persecuted tbo Cburcb. unnilng N'apolcou 1., bis nepliow, Napoleon III., and ut ibe present momeut Bismarck, of Ger many, wbo, bo said, hud driven tho inouks aud nuns luto exilo in order ibat tbe power ol tbo Mate might be extended, but, Iiko Napoleon I , who was bound like a vulture to tnu roek of SI. Helena, all the ene mies of the Cbur< h must Istl. "Are we," tho preacher usked, "enemies to the gov ernment under whicb wo live? No. Hut a Cabinet Minister of this country, who by fume inscrutable way baa attained Ins honorable position, aim wuuso Ignorance is palpable on ovtry page ol a book bo has written, suys that our Cburcb is contrary to tbo spirit St CiVil and religious liberty." A NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH. BT. MALACHl's CHURCH DEDICATION AND OPEN ING OF A MISSION. Tbe Catholics ot East Now York, Cypross Hills and New Lots participated in a ceremony ol au interesting character, tho occasion being the dudication ot sit, Mniacin's Uhurcn aod ilia opening of a mission by tbe Redcmptorlbt Father*. Tho structure, wbtcb Is located on Van Sicklon nvcnuo, near Atlantic avcauo, has re cently been enlarged and newly roofed. It is built of wood and is exceedingly plain in lis oxlorior and In terior arrangements 'lhe pastor ol tho church is Rev. A. O'Cooneli, luto of tit. Patrick's Chun h, Kent ?vcouc, Brooklyn, Irom winch latter parish ho |wua tranklcrred to the scono ol his present ministerial labors m August last. He is a zealous and eloquent priori and Is greatly esteemed bv all who know mm. The churi h Wa. loruinliy dedicated l>y the Kignt Rev. Bishop Loughlin shortly alter ton o'clock, in the presence ot about eight hundred people. lhe Hiahop, on uscouding ibe altar sli ps, spoke brieliv. Tno picsenco, lie said, ol so many persons present at tho services was all inuicaiiou ol the deep interest lliey lell in sustaining iho rllorts ol the r pastor to honor and glor.fy God by preparing a suitable place ol worship Ifu urgoil them to continue in tbe exorcise oi the r duty as good Catholics, and great good would ri soil to that V*etion ol the < ouutry. High mi* was ccleor*tea by ltev. Father Giles, smi led by Hex. Father llohn us deacon. The mass, sung by the Yolunicer choir, w is Millard's in G, Mi.-s Crunuv preSidine as organist. Rov. Father Weu*cl, ol the Order ot Kcdcniptorisis, preached a sermon, taking for lis text Mutt., vL, 6, 7?"Hut go ruther to Ibu lost soccp ol the house of Israel. And as yo go preach saying, tne kingdom of heaven is at hand." Alter calling iiitcullon to the solemnity ot the dedication of tho Church to tho worship ol God, tno reverend gentleman proceeded to explain tho nature ol a mitsion. ."iucb is tne present condition of society, anu so general is tne spirit of indint>r<-nI >ui e tiros d throughout tho laud, ho said, that moouou uries were necessary every w hero. The missions were intended in a special manner lor those persona who, though baptized in tho Catholic faith, and protesting lo he of that community, liavo become careless, and neglect i<> approach tno tribunal of coulessiuu and lo partuko ol tno Kucharm. A CHURCH liAZAAR. The buiar for the oenotii of the Cburch of the Holy Trinity will be opened this evening at ibeTwolitb Regiment Armory, Broadway and Furty-flllb street. His Honor Mayor Kly will preside at tbo formal open ing at eight o'clock, and addresses will be made by the Hon. John K. Brady and Ror. Stephen It. Tyng, Jr. The armory has been houtitilully decorated, me jis play ol usciul .ml ornamental goods will be unusually attractive, and liernsicm's military hand and orches tra will give a promenade concert every evening. I no hssasr will continue open throughout tbo week, Irom twelve neon until ten V. 1L HORSE NOTES. There will be great ?alo ol valuable trotting horses at Boston, on Wednesday next, tllb Inst. Ibey arc the property ol Mr. balcb, ol that citv, and comprise for ty-eight low. Toe names and pedigrees of the horses are given In our advertising columna There is u raro nest ol last roa 1 horses on livery at Sam 'lruesdotl's stablo In Foriy-eixib ttreet First on the list Is the very last and extra Uue looking pair. Fauoy Atwood and Warwick Maid, owned by William H. Harbeck ; then tnero aro threo horses be. loiigiue to General H. H. Baxter, or Vermont, which ure verv speedy, comprising the bay goldlugs Waller and Mack, and a v-ry stylish sorrel maro that has shown many very last miles lately, some very low in tbo twenties Tboro Is also Hcury Smith's lino and fast pair ol mares, ana Peter Mol ler Jr.'s, slyllsU team Billy and Jennie. Thon there is Seamen Mcbenstein's golden sorrel mare Katie WoodruO and W G. Scbenck's pair Charlie and Harry, that can trot in 2:40 very handily togothcr. John Ilavidsoo baa a cllppor tbero tbal can trot in 2:3b, and Charley Rand baa a bay gelding srith a rec ord ol 2'30. Johu Dupont's sorrel mure Saratoga is among tbc others, aod sbo will bo louud bard to boat when sleighing commences. Alexander Thompson has a oayital roadster iu his oay maro V ir u'uV, us she can trot In 2:30 or beter. jamc's Libhy also bus a Hue sorrel mars that low cuu oeuc John 11. Harbeck. Jr.'s. p.ts also occupy bulls under itle name rooi with tbe above named, and ibis goutlomun has a bay maro by Ctuy ihal oau suow a >*5 suit. W. F. smith has a very houdsomo buy inaiu wnicti is said to bo very fast, and John IrolanU bus a tray horse there ihul has a record ol 2..to, und Mr Truesdoll liimsclt boasts ol having the tincst pair of car" i a go bo r Lea that can be louud lu ths Stale ol New York. They are bay?, 15.3 high, \ery aiyiisb, ?ix and seven years old, lull brothers, uud cau trot close to three minutes. I hey cumo irom \ eriuont. ( Colonel K West. Edge Hill Farm, Georgetown, Ky.. lias sold 10 Mr. Robert Bonucr the buytUroe-ycJur-oia ihiv 1 uev Cuvler. by Cuylsr, duin by Alexander s Nor mutt grandam by Sir Wallace, out of the thorough bred inure Euglcitu, by Gray Eagle, lhls hlly trolled In *':"H 1. last tail, and Colonel Wost had agreed to show 2--tJ, but tbo woatber turned so bad ibetbe Das been un.ble to trot her. Sir. was sold lor $3,000 and sne u one ol tho most promising youugsiers that bus left the Staie, and rellecis grout credit on ber aire, CM lor a son o I Rysuyk's Hsmbleton.sn Mr. Bon nor has alto purchased ol General J. F. BoMum. of Lexington, Ky., the gray mure Bessy, ten years old, by Kjwiu Forrest, dain Diuna, by Pilot, Jr., her dam Cray Goose, price $00U Sue is intended for a brood "'colonel R. S. Strader, of Lexington, Ky., has sold to W H Vanderbilt a spleudld coach team. 3 hey aro buys sixioeu bunds una a ,,uartcr high, six years old rtu<h_one by a hccooU BrockouriUg? noreo, ibe other by Miller's Joe Downing. For stylo aou flnwb this is ono of tns most elegant teams that has ever left Kou '"tutor B G. Thomas, Dixtana Farm, Lexington, Kv nan sold to J. F. Uuuklln, of Uouglassville, Texas, the'buy colt Heretog. lour years old, by Australian, dam Dixie, by Sovereign. Tho Spirit of the lime* of December 8 ??*??? "Two weeks since we staled mat the rumor that Colonel David McDantel, ol l'rlnoetou, N. J., luionded to retiro from the turl wus not correct litis contra diction we mudo upou his authority. Siuco theu, however ho bus reconsidered tbo matter and now oirors his eutiro stud lor sale, tucludiug Harry Basseii, all olhis brood mure., about tbiriy in number, lour threo-yesr-oldu, lour two-yoar-oluu, six or eight year lings and some twenty odd weanlings, which he proposes to advertise to be sola private y, Sud in the event ol a failure to close out the lot iiv a day to be lixod. he will expose wlialevor may bo unsold at public sale. This step has been taken witn a view to a perniaueni retirement Irom the turl. Wo re "ret tbat Colonel McDaniel loels blnisel! con strained to take this step. lie has boon an active man m his ..me. nas spent lull a hall century upon tne turf una has owned soino magnificent horses, that years ago tuude lauious records alt along that great country extending from New York to Charleston; at tho time, too, When William Jt. Jonuson was the ".Napoleon of the lurl,' and tho elder Dowwell, John Randolph, of lioanoke; Colonel William Wynn, Messrs. Ferguson sud biogleion, Colonel Hampton and other distinguished sportsmen flourished and ihsir cuursors wero challenging uud cohuuorlug. Had Colonel MoDsnlel never done any tbing morn than brlug io tho front and develop Harry BassoW. Hubhard, Kulio l'ease, Joe Daniels and .Springbok, do would not bave entered upou bis turl careor in vain. they were borsos in their day, and their (amo permeatod every section of ibe couutry Harry Bassott was his lavorltc, SDd the rooiivo thut impels nlm to separate from tins graud horse, that *? most coDciucrod a world, must bo sirou^ indeed* CONNECTICUT MID-KAN GE BADGE. Hartford, Ct? Dec; 0, 1877. William Parker, ol New Britain, ws? tns winner ol tho Connecticut Mid-range Badge at Wlltowbreok, Saturday, by a score of lony-ulne out ot a possible nitv ine conipeiltlon has been kept up through the summer, and Parker becomee the owner by winning a tuird Ume. PAROLE VS. TEN BKOKCK. Jersct City, N. J., Dec. 6, 1877. Editor* Tear, Field asd Farm :? I do not propose io send Parole or any other horse to Louisville to run next spring. I bare a large num ber ol horses In training and but one trainer, and It will bo impossible lor me to separate my Yours respecilully, ? ? LORILLARU. WRESTLING CHALLENGE. Montreal, Dec. 7, 1877. To the Editor or Tne Herald:? I challenge James Oweus to wrestle tne, collar and elbow, best two In tbree square back falls, lor $500 aud the champiousbip ol tbe world, any time within thirty days, in New York, Boston, or Montreal. Clr cumstunces will not permit me to produce a larger stake but it Mr. Owens will accept so small a stake 1 am willing to meet hint iu bis own towu nt uny time ho may choose nnd place the raonoy lu uuy respon sible inun's bands, aud wilt wrestle nlm in any town or citv in the I oiled States or Canada. 1 remain, yours, Ac.. JOHN O'NEIL, Montroal, Canada. DID NOT INSPIRE CONFIDENCE. A young man about twenty-three years of age, who It described as being ol goutoel appeurauce, called at | tbe residence or Mr. Matthew Lowe, No. 68 Second | place, Brooklyn, yesterday, and informed Mrs. Lowe tbal be was an employe of tbe Hamilton lerry, and | bad called to get a suit ol clothes ot ber husband, I who bad "met with an uccidcnt, having fallen Into I the rivor." Tbe ludy inquired why Mr. Lowe had not sent ber s note, and tbo tnan replied tbal bs would nuvo li'ioo so but that ho was "too cutllcd to writo. Mrs. i,owe, becoming suspicious as io tbo character ol ilie youug man, sskcU btm to describe her husband's uppearunce, aud his rcpues convinced her that the lellow had never scon Mr. Lowo. fche told hira to hire a coach ami bring tier husbuud home in it, wiicii t-he saul alio would compensate bun lor his ? rouble The fellow then look bis departure and Mr. Lowe returned bomo salcly Irom his place ol bustnoss in the evening. THE WAREHOUSE BURGLARY. Captain F.akin, ol the Firth product, BMtlgbt to the Tenths Police Court yesterday James Dollard, arrested on suspicion ol belug oue ol the gang of burglars that recently bruko Into tbe warehouse on Wsst street. The prisoner was taken in custody because one of tbo witnesses recognized lu the Rogues' Gallery a picture resembling one ot the men who jumped from the ware house window, ami the picture, the police say, that of DollsriL In the absence ol more positive prool Jus ncc Duffy remanded i no prisoner until ibis morning. THE SOOTHING CLUB. josoplt Russell, ol No. 4 Garnett street, and John Mc.Nally, ol No. 74 Union street, wers arrested yester day rnoruing by Sergeant Gill, ol tho Eleventh pre cinct, and I>fllccr O'Rorkc, lor being drunk and dla ? . riicrly iu Jacob Hohes' oyster saloon. corner of Hamilton aveuuo and Presideut street. On their wuy 1 to the siaitou house tlioy i.ssaulted the officers, who retaliate! by using iboir clubs upon Hie prisoners' I Loads The injured incn had their wounds dressed at 1 Vhs Long Islaod College Hospusl. alter which thsy I woro locked up at the Butler street station house. A CENTENARIANS DEATH. | Catharine Fuzpatrlck, said to bo a hundred years old. was louud in a shanty si Forty-eighth street ana tho Knst Htvor sullorltig Irotn dtseaso aud destitution. 1 sin- was removed to Hellcvuo Hospital, but diod shortly after hur admission there. SHOT ON SHIPBOARD. Officer Cain, of the Eleventh precinct, Brooklyn, arrested Vorett Shermsnn, a sailor, on chargo of shooting Charles F. Meady with a musket loaded with buckshot. The prisoner was in the act ol examining the musket about throe o'clock in tho morning, on hoard the schooner Rinla, lying in I ho hay at the loot ol Van Brunt Mrect, when thv weapon wan discharged, tho cburgo taking effect in Mcmly's back. I bo in ? urios are not ol a laul nature. I ho wounded man was removed Io tho Long Island Collogo Hospital. Shernmnn was lockod up to await examination beloro Jusnco Ferry. SUDDEN DEATHS. Coroner Sltnme was yesterday colled upon to hold on inquest ou the body of Mary Dougherty, aged seventy-two years, who died suddenly si her resi dence N'o. 652 Gates avenue, Brooklyn. \l Pearson, aged lorty-lix yeurs, died suddenly Irom apoplexy yo.terdsy, ?t his lumily residence, No. 1,611 lulton street, Brooklyn. A FORSAKEN GARDEN. DILAPIDATION AND DECAY IN THE CENTBAL PARK. To Tnc Editor or the Herald:? Alter the collapse of the Tweed Ring the proplo of New York were accustomed to point with pride to the management of the Central Park a* the one depart ment left untouched by official blundortng. Here, at leaal, there waa improvement without extravagance. Although It la only a lew yeari alnoo this leellng on the part ol our utttzona waa entirely Juatidable, theae congratulationa can uo longer bo indulged in. The Cen tral Park to-day is not only apparently miamanaged. it aeems to be going to ruin. The withered leavos blown over the award by the November blaata are allowed to lie where the windaplaco them. The walks and drives are neglected. The summer bouses ar.d arbors are going to places for want of repairs. Even the boncbei are lu u atate of dilapidation. The lake la a peat-bed of disease, which may become as fatal before long to the central pirt of the city as the Harlem flats once were to the upper part of tho island. In every direction la the evldenco of mismanagement aud neg lect. THE CIRCLE. Whoever entered IbeCeuirai Park a lew years ago by the gate at Fifty-ninth street and Eighth avenue could uot have failed to observe tbo almost perfect condition of tho improvement known as "the Circle." It was thoroughly macadamized and was alwuys kept In complete repair. A bowling sliay could not prosent a smoother surfuca All it needed was a llttlo caro and ailentidn to keep It in as good condition as It then was for years to comc. Now, wbcre the surface is not so completely brokeu that pools ot water collect when it rains, tbo jagged points of the pa7ing stones slick out of tbo pavouieuL Even in dry weather It ts.disagroeable to walk Irom the Boulevard Hotel to the Park entrauco, and when It Is wet tho mud and wuter uro as 'ubunTant ss In a country roud or a downtown atrooL In a little while, wliu continued neglect, the whole Clrclo will break up Willi ruts aud quagmires,and an important and expensive work will have been sacrificed to petty economy or unpardonable tncfllo:eucy. Attention to Us condition is ncedod at once to savo it from destruction. 80X18 or THE WALES AND DRIVES. If such evldencos ol carelessness and neglect are to t>? seen oulstdu tbo Park, wltolo Iboy are evon more distinct and pulnluL Tuo walk leading from tho Eighth avenue gato to the basobali ground and the Dairy Is in a very bad condition. For a year past storm and Hood have been allowed to sweep over It without aiteuilon; and, while' the earth has been washed away, uo gravel was placed ou It during tbo summer. In many pluces the side* of the walk are washed out by tho ruin to such depth that the Iron gratings which havo bcon provided to carry the water into the basins are two or three inches above the gutter. Aud those things aro true not ouly ol this particular walk, but ol nearly all tbe walks and nrivos on tbo weal aide. Tho path which leuds to and from the Seventh Kcgimeut Statue on the West drive is perhaps Hie worst bit ol paving iu tho Park. It baa been uti rly ueglecicd, until it is uimobt iropassablo. An ordinary mountain road could uot well bo in worse couditioo. l.ooso stones are scattered ail over It. and It is plain that ibero has uot even been uu attempt to keep It in re pair. Everywhere In this vlciulty are to lie seen the signs of ncglocL Leaves are strewed every wheie on me walks aud on the grass. Hull ol ibo bunches have lost some of the slats, and many aro without backs aua even without seats. In the sumnior houses tbe benches are rotting away, uud the arbors in some iDstancea aro ready lo tall. Tne arbor leudiug to tbe mineral spring is au especial example ol noglnct; but It Is not ihe only example, lor lew ol the summer* houses aud arbors In tho Purk would bear tho tcai ol > an examination. In a year or two more these places, so long the cuanu ol ourCoutral Park, will bo mere tumble-down structures uud will have to bo removed us unsightly or rebuilt at groat vxpouse simply because tney are neglected now when ttiey nued repair. TliK PALEOZOIC JU SKl'M. One ol tho most curious spots lo tbe Central Park to-day?but curious only to the kuowiug ouo-?Is tho site ol tbe projected Paleozoic Museum. About the year 1808 Mr. Waierhouso Hawkins, un English uut urulist, was engaged at a large salary to superintend tbo collection ol a paleozoic museum. A largo struc ture, probably 80 by 100 feet, was designod lor tue purpose, and ground was not ouly brokeu for its con struction at Bixiy-llfth strest and Eighth avenue, but the earth was excavated to tbe depth ol lJLeen (eol and the louudstlons were laid at au expense ol not less than flOO,000. An immense quantity ol out aiond was prepared tor the building and Drought to tbo ground or placed in position. More ihuu ihls, the w.lks to una arouml the projected building were laid out ana paved, and a carriage road was staked oil and partly constructed. Drsine were laid at groat expense, and lor a time everything which would nnve been necessary for tho proposed museum waa pushed' lor Ward wall great rapidity. Suddenly, however, the work stopped. The newed stones wero le;t standing whore tho workmeu placed them, and but lor their newness thuy might havu beeu mistaken for tbe vestiges ol some ruined lempio ou the Nile or the Euphrates. Tbe newspapers in dulged In a low ossiiled Jokes ut tbo oxponse oi ibe naturalist and so ibo mailer was forgotten. A liHlo effort ol the memory will recall to our citizens the fact that a paleozoic musoum was projected lor tho Central Fark u lew years ago, and mostol our people will remember seeing the foundation, but a visit to the slto whore tho museum was to have been built would lail to reveal any evidences that there ever was any intention of building it, at isixty-iliih Street and Eighth avenue. Where the foundations were dug ihero uro now mounds ol earth, and the grass grows green above ihe burled walls and walks and drains. Even ol the cut stone a part only was removed, and three years ago the whole was nastily covered over wan earth to hide these evidences ol lolly and extravagance irotn the oyes ol the pooplo ol New York. THE SUEKI'VOLU. Auotbor pleco of uuparduuuble folly and extrava gance is what la known us "tuo shoeplold." When the C.niral l'ark was little less than u personal inheritance to Mr. Columbus Kyan?ibo sheep which grazed on tbe lawns, among other things, being bis property?that Individual could not re sist expressing his abborreuco of the expensive structure, and iu Ins report as superintendent I tor 1871?12 he said:?"Tne sheepiold, an exieustve uad costly structure, wus designed uad erected without proper regard to light and voutilatlon?two indispen sable requisites? the absence ut which totally uuius it, In my luugiueui, lor its ostensible purpose. ' Mr. Hyan also described Has "extremely damp " This "extensive aud cusily structure" is built in a semicircle aud (.overs un acre or an acre and a ball ot grouud. It is not ouly extensive and cosily but it is unique in architectural design and splendidly finished. ibat It is a mere sheep pen no one would suspect in looking at it, aud on bciug told ol tbo uses to winch it is put tnc stranger would be still moro i-urpnsed. L is wnbout ineaus of ventilation, and Is dark, damp aud hard. U is badly cared lor iu every way, and the odors which rise irom Its liltby condition are not ouly offensive to visitors, hut to passers-by. At e.ch end ol ilio semi circle Is a reception room, highly iluisbed, but ouo is unoccupied sud the ctuer is used as a depository for baby carriages. It is until lor a sneoplolu, and oven il it was it Is a siugular exhibi tion of extravagance to construct such a funding fur tbe accommodation ot 108 sheep, tbo uuinbor dow kept in the l'ark. 1'rnctiualiy, however, a build ing which cost any extravagant sum-that nngm be named is Utonly lor housing two or three hundred dollars' wort'i oi children's carriages. And not only Is the sheepiold Itself In bad condition, but ail lis surroundings are bad. Tbo yard at the nixty-sixtb street entrance is Uilltd with water ceris and walk rollers, and agaiust the stable is plied a .ot ol dilapidated cages lor wild beasts. Apparently the Fark Commissioners have spent a large sum ol money lo make the sheepiold oue ol the moat beautilul buildings in the Ccntrul Fara, aud now that iboir extravagance uud folly may not he seen ol all men are doing everything in their powor to keop people away Irom It by making it as uninviting as possible. SUMK ql'KKR RRIIM3E BUILDISU. Ooo of tbo coulcssed bcauncs of our great pleasure ground is its bridges; bat even In bridge building?a thing wnich everyoody is willing to (orgivo when tne bridges are built?there sro evidences ol cxtrava gauce und lolly. No better evidence of tins can be louod i ban lit too case of the protected brtrigo irum tho West Drive to tho Eighth avo nue, at the new Museum of NaiHrul History. According lo the plans this bridge, one ol the least necessary, was to be tbo largest, most aplendid and most costiv structure ol ? tie kind in the l'ark. Three years ago tho ubutincnts for tins bridge were begot), aud tho foundations tor two abut ments were laid at a cost, probably, ol $'20,000. The work was soon abandoned, how ever, and already one ol the ubutmenie la covered Willi gravel. Iloioro long Ihe other will meet a like fate. The bridge is not likely to be built lor years to come, if II Is built at all, but instoad ol sucb an expen sive tiruciure, ilie gully may bo ililod in ao us to brlug tbe walk to the Muaeum ol Natural History ou a level with the grade ol Eighth avenue. Iu llns wny the lhuiruents will tuoet the late of tuo loundatious of th>> paleozoic museum, and la luuiro years somo riCblicmaiiu, axcuvutiug along the west wall of the Fark, will mm upon ruins of tne city whioli, lo tbe luquir ingmiiidsol that day, will be conclusive proof that au earlier metropolis existed than mo one which was known in history as New York. TDK MAZE AXD TIIK DOVECOT. On the east solo ol tuo I'urk, near the south gato ot the upper reservoir, Ihero was (ormorly a lauyriullnno walk known us "the Msze." It wss constructed in imitation ol iho celebrated "Maze" In Hampton Court, lis purpose being to nllord a walk Irom which exit would be difficult. It wus a great rcsurt lor Iresli young lovers who de lighted to lo themselves iu the toextrlcabie paths Which the landscape gardener had constructed. Of course It was hccorsar.v to keep an officer in attend ance at th* "Maze." both lo care for it and to conduct lha bewildered visitors out of its winding ways. ihia ihe economical Com nnislonsrs luund loo expensive, and so raibrr than puy a man to look after it they recently dug it up altogether. It coal a large sum of money to con struct it, and It was dually destroyed lo save a atrial! sum. And Ihls is not the only example ol inexcusuble extravagance and petty economy, l'eople who vainly luok lor "the Maze" and find only Ihe traces of tho walks will he surprised to learn that even the dovocot hat disappeared. It wag a beautiful ard e xpenal ve atruc turo built ol alone una Iron. lu cost nt $lft.000 or J JO, two. a great many dove* and pigeon* ware housed In it, but some ihree or lour yearn ago It was onlerod by thieves. owing to ilia neglect ol tbe 1'ark police, and completely stripped ot Ita In babitauta. Aa tue dorocot was empty tbe economical Comnitaaionera could uot make up their minds to till it again, and, finally, tbey determined to remove it. It waa accordingly torn uown. us louodatioua obliterated and tbe framework aold lor old iron. XFObKCT ANi) MianlRKCTRP OUTLAY. Ten yeara ago a muuulacturer ol mineral water built a soda water fountaiu wblcb la known as tbo mineral spring at a coal ol $40,000. Iteceutly, It In said the department bought it from him lor $37,000. While the walka and drives and arbora nud summer houses are going to ruin lor want ol at tention iho Commissioners are busy rebuilding the "Swedish scboolbousa" from the Centennial Exhi bition. Not only are they building It In an obacuro corner of tbe I'ark, hut when It la rebuilt tbere is no practical nso to woicb it can bo put. lmportaut works ure ueg lccled that misdirected outlay may be continued. A slrlking example of lliii is llle Conservatory, on the east side, near the scveniy-tlrsl street gate, at Sev enty-second street. It was begun yours ago, and was to buve been built ol glass uud iron, 80x250 Icet. 1'robubly $250,000 was spout la exes vailons, lor slono and Blont cutting and in laying the foundations, and tbon tbo work was practically abandouod. In every direction are abuses ol lira kind to bo louud; but those instances will sufllce to show how our great Central l'ark, mug the oriue ol tbo city iu us management, la louriuliy mis managed. * CITIZEN. FAIR EXCHANGE NO ROBBERY. Between lour nod live o'clock yesterday morning Mrs I'dors, wile ol Lucas I'etera, residing ou the cor ner ol Miiguz.uo and Downing streets, XcwurK, was aroused irorn sleep by a sirango noise in ber bedroom. ISlio tried to awakon ber husband, but ho was too last aaloep. Sbo got up herself, struck a light, and was startled to sou u burglar spring iroin thu room, down tbo stairs and out Into tlio street. Iho thiol secured sou)o seventy cents, but In his hurry left bebind Ins lie* overcoat, worth about $ JO, uud which just fits Mrs. Peters' husband. It is not thought probable tbe thief will roturu to claim his coat. A bEV CAPTAIN MURDERED. [Prom tbe Baltimoro Gazette, Dec. 8.] Whitney's vessel, tbo Muriauuo Xottebobm, left Now York on the 17ill of Scptoiubcr, bound lor San Francisco. When two weeks out, and In latitude 25 dog. 30 mm. nortb, longiludo 44 deg. 54 min. west, at one A. M., an altercatlou took plaeo between tbe Captain end Hosford or Kelly, who was acting as sec ond mato. Tbo porson shipped In that capacity at Now York tailed to report, and Ilosiord, who bad shipped as seaman, was called to take his place. Wheeler, who was at the wheel, statos that Captain Whitney came on deck, and seeing Hosford coming down the rigging with a light, as ed him what bo was about at that time. Hosford told blm be was looking for a light, Tbo Cauialu told blm that was not his business. Hosford repliod that ho thought it was. Tbe Captain told bim he was u liar, whereupon Hos lord retorted that ho thought tbe Captain us much a liar as he was. Tbo Capiuin then rushed at Hoslord uud struck httn with his list. Tbe two cliuched, and a desperate straggle ensued. Wheeler could hear the sound ol bodies tailing on tbe deck, but at that mo moot bis atteiitlou was required at the wbeel, as a gulo was springing up. The Captain and Hoslord con tinued tnoir struggle beti.nu the pilot house. Soon alter Hosford came Irom iho cockpit to Wheeler and told him the Captain bad gone overboard. Wbeoicr advised him to go and inlorm tbe first mate, who, qpou hearing ol the Captain's deutb, seemed much af fected. Tbe ship wns put about and reached Turk's Island about iho 15th ot October, when tbe Consul was informed ol tbe affair and tbe alleged murderer placed under arrest. SHIPPING NEWS OCEAN STEAMERS. DATES OF DEPARTCRKd KROM NEW YORK FOR TUB MONTHS or DECEMBER AND JANUARY. .Scanner. Nevada prance China Mate ol Virginia,. Cimbrlo City of Richmond. Celtic Greece Utopia California. laalio Algeria City of Brunei*... p. Citlaud Gellert Ethiopia Oder Germanic kayps* A lastla Wyoming. Bothnia Canada Baitic State ot Georgia.. Krlalo. City of Berlin Daly Victoria Weaer Wiacon-in. Ahrs-lnla Slato of Indiana., j Leasing i 1 n Hand Bolivia | Donau I Amorique Sail*. Destination Doe. 11 Liverpool. Dec. 12. Havre.. .. Dee. 12 Liverpool.. Dec. 1.3 Glasgow.. Dee. 13 Hamburg.. Dee 15 Liverpool. Dee. 15. Liverpool. Dec. 10. Loudon.... Dec. 15. London.... Dee. 1ft. ? lasgow.. Dec. 18. Liverpool. Dei. 19. Liverpool. Dec. 2() Liverpool. Dec. 2D. Rotterdam Dee. 2b Hamburg.. Deo. 22 Glasgow... Dee. 22. Bremen .. f& 22. Liverpool. 22 Liverpool. Dec. 22 Loudon.... Due. 25. Liverpool.. Dec. 29. Liverpool.. Dec. 2?. Havre Dec. 27. Liverpool.. Dec. 27. Glasgow... line. 27. Hamburg,. Dee. 29. Liverpool.. Dec. 29 London.... Dec. 29 Ol isgow... Deo. 29. Bremen,... Jau. 1 Liverpool . Jan. a Liverpool.. Ian. .3. Glasgow,.. 1 an. Hamburg.. 1 nit. is London ... Jan. Glasgow... Ian. 0.1 Bremen... Jan. B.I Havre. Office. ill Broadway ~>o Broadway 4 Bowling Green 7J Broadway 01 Broadway 15 Broadway 37 Broadway 73 Broadway 7 Bowling Green 7 Bowling Green Jli Broadway l Ho hug Green 15 Broadway 51) Broadway it liroadwav 1 Howling Green 2 Bowling Green 37 Broadway 73 Broadway 7 Howling Green 20 Broadway 4 Bowling Green 55 Broadway 37 Broadway 72 Broadway ill Broadway 15 Broadway III) Broadway 7 Bowling Grean 2 Howling Green 20 Broadway 4 Bowling Green 72 Broadway HI Broadway tui Broadway 7 Howling Green 2 Bowling Green 5ft Broadway ALMANAC FOR NEW YORK?THIS DAY. BUN AND MOON. Sun rises 7 14 Sun sets 4 33 Mood sets evo 10 10 niGH WATER. Gov. Island...morn 12 00 Handy Hook....evo 11 15 Holl Gate mora 1 45 HERALD YACHT WEATHER OBSER VATIONS. Dec. 0. Now Yors........ Sandy Ilook. ... Scotland L'tshlp. Sandy Ilook..... /lor. Thcr. ftnnr. Inch. Off. 14 fad Noon II).3' 49 NW 4 1' M PI 30 41 NW 8 P M ID. 40 3ft NW 12 P M 10.40 39 NW SUite of Weather. I'artly cloudy i'artly cloudy Cear. Clear. PORT OF NEW YORK, DEC. 0, 1877. ARRIVALS. RETORTED DY TI1E HERALD STEAM YACHTS AND OERALD WHITB8TONK TkLKURATH LINE. Steamer Celtio (Br), Gleadell. Liverpool Nov 20 and Queen.iown 3"th. with mrtso and na.acngara to It J Cnrtla. Dec S. Int 41 IXI, Ion 04 H4. pas-ad a .State line .teamar. hound K; tame day. 274 in I Ion K of Sandy Honk, steamer Spain (Br), hence lor Liverpool. .-teamer City ol Richmond (Br), Laltch, Llvnrponl Nov 20 and Queen-town 3(lth. with md.e and paaat-nger. to .1 G Dale. Dec 3.1*1 50 4'I, Ion 28 07 nutted Guion uteatnor Idaho, from Liverpool for New York: Hth. lat 42 lft. ion 03 08, a bark rigged .learner, bound K; Otli, lat 40 32, Ion 05 02. a brig-rigged ataamer hound \\ , and an fnm.n ateamer hmtmi h. Moanier Greece (Br>, I'earce. London Nov 22, with md.e and 37 passengers. to I'WJ llurat. Dec H. lat 41 15, Ion 99. passed a State Lina ateamer, h<>unu K : alan a-teanier allowing one bright light in centre and a bine at each end, bound E. ."?tnamof 3oaaplt Keren (Br), Carvwrlght, Newcastle, K. Nov 20. In ballaat. to Punch. Kdye A Co. Steamer 11 alley (Br), Croaa. Buenoa Ay ret Oct 29, Montevideo 31st. Santo* Nov ft. Rio Janeiro 13lh and Hahia IStli. witn mdae and passengers to Bnak A Jevona. Steamer Ilunlsvllie, Kalrcloth. Savannah 3 dnya, with mdse to Murray. Serria A Co. Steamer Gulf Stream. Merritt, Wilmington, NC, .3 daya, with rndae to Wni P Clyde A Co. Steamer Old Dominion, Walker. Richmond, City Point and Norfolk, with mdsj to tbe Utd Dominion Steamship Company. steamer Metropolis. Kills, Richmond, City Point and Norfolk, with mdse to the llld Dominion Steamship Com pany. Ship fjevlnthan (Nor), Mnsfleld, Liverpool 49 days. In ballast, to Hockinann. (lerleln A Co. Had I.no weather. Bark Krraiito (turn, Nicoliih, Gloucester, E, 4S days. In ballast. to order. \\ as on the coast for 6 days, with W and XIV gales : lost and unlit sails. Hark Oloraltar (Nor), lonnesen. Plymouth US days, with omply barrels to Fnneli, Kdye A Co. Bark Medina (Itsl), Pluco. Goole,53 days, in ballaat, to order. Hark Cetvertl Diibrorackl (Ana). S.ianoa, Cork 4H days. In ballaat, to order Nov 25, lat 2s 55, ion tl'.i 24, spoke hark Daniele iltal). frotn Liverpool for Delaware Breakwater. Hark Magellan iKri, Milliner, Dunkirk 37 days, In ba - last, to llenhant A Hoyesen Nov 2H, lat 35 21). Ion 84 4B, spoke bark Eugene Andre (4'r), from Port Million lor Bir kenhead Hatk I'llmsoll (Nor), Peterson. Bordeaux 47 days. In hal last, to Bnekiiinnn Oerleln A Co. IIad fine weather; Nov lit. lat 22, Ion 43 exchanged signal* with an Anstrlan hark, bound to New York. Hark Aurora (Sued). Albrechtsen. Bordeaux via Dela ware Breakwater 311 days. In ballast, to Henhatn A Hoyesen. Bark Bravo (Nor), Soransen, lllsangns 30 days, in bal last, to f'uneh, Kdye A Co. Bark Kiglio tain). Kecich, St Thomas 18 dnya, lit ballast, to Slocovlcli A Co. Bark It Murray. Jr. Merrtmou, Matantas 13 days, with sugar to J as K W ard A Co. Brig Lena Thuriow (oi Portland. Me), Corhett, Extnoutli, K, Hilda vs. In ballast, to Brett, Hon A Co. Ilad h-nvy westerly galea to the Western Islands; thence moderate wrother. Brig Don Quixote, Monroe. Dublin ft) days. In ballaat, to Swan A Son. Brig Joale C Hardline (of neirast. Me), Wood. Genoa .51 days. In ballast, to J II Winchester A Co. Itrlg llns Ainigoa (Moxi, Arlrasinai, Vera CruB 38 days, with mdse to M Kchererrla A Co. Ilrig Silas N Martin (of Castine), Havoner, Tuspan 20 da.vs, with cedar to K II Smith A Co. Sclir S C Noyes, Arer, .Mayagues, PR. IS days, with oranges to Gomes A Pearsall: vessel to B J Wenberg A Co Ilad heavy weather; broke toretopmast. Hchr J P Wright, Cole, Virginia. ?yshlp Tsernagora (Bn. which was anchored In the lower bsy. came up to the city 9th. PASSED THROUGH HELL GATE. BOUND BOUTH. Steamer Linda (Br), Balis, Newcastle, E, via Bostea for New York. In ballast Steamer Morcedlta, Jaekaway, Halifax, NS, lor New York, aril It muse and passengers to Geruardl A Hrowor. Stesmer Nereus, llalletl, Boston for New York. Steamer City of New Bedford, Pish, New Bedford lor New sorfc. Schr Tm Allen, Allen, Boiton fo New Yerk. Hchr It X, Curtis. Boston for New York. Schr A .1 Brutlev, Robinson, Boston lor New York. Scbr IVm Lauirtitun Langhtuii. Falrhaven for New York, hclir Maty Putt>-r. Blake, Nantucket lor New York. Scbr E T Cottingham, Baker. I'rovidenee for New_ York, hchr llonrietta, (latihewe. Providence fur New Yoric. Scl.r Helen Mar. Mekeraon, l'rueidence for New York. Kchr (1 W Raymond. Raymond, Providence for New York. Hchr Gourde Hutch kiss, llurbea, l'ruvidenus lor New York. Sehr M M Brnlnerd. Fitch. Providence for New York. Kchr J M Hrain-r 1. Pierce. Purtleud. Ot. tor New York. Hchr K M Duttield. Chat Held. Portland. Ot. lor New York, hchr Liberty, Johuaou, Norwich for New York. Sclir Highland Lvncli. Ko ivn lor Albany Sclir A II llulrliurt, GriRiii. New Haven lor New-York. Hchr Cora Van Gilder, Van Gilder, New Uaven lor Phila delphia Sohr Ida Palmer. Palmer, Stamford for New York. Hchr Hallia Burton, Hurley, Slumlord for New York. Hchr Fanny Peru, before reoorted in the roadt above, paaaed down. Aedncbor In Hart Island Roads? Ship Game Cock. Baker, from Boat on for New York iiu tow of tug CM Winch). In ball at t to A A It Duker. BOUND EAST. HehrJas Williamson. Williamson. New York for Boeton. Solir W D MaiiKum. Chaaa. New York for New Bedford. Schr K Merwlii, Huuce. New York I or Prnvid nco. echr Gnitle, Guodale, New York for New Haven. Sclir [.utile K Friend. Collins. Iloboken for Bueton. Fchr J R Knowler, Knowiea. Iloboken fur Providence. Hchr Hainon, Urey, Imuokcu for Pruvidence. Schr Annie J Russell, Strickland, Weehnwken for New London. Sclir I) C Foster, Petlrlek. Rondniit for Somerset. Schr Charlotte. Fleh. Port Jobnsnn for Boaton. Schr E J Mnn?ell. Kleki tt. Port Johnson for Providence. rchr I Matthews, Jnhnsuu. Port Johusou lor Providence. Kchr Ifurtue Eddy. Green-. Port Johnson for Providence. Scur Anna eheppnrd. Terry, Port Johnson for Providence, sohr Madagascar, Bobbins, Amboy for Providence. rchr Essex, Richards, Am hoy for Provld nee. Hchr M Itiley, Itiiey. Amboy for Providence. Sclir Silas llraluerd, llubliard. Amho.v for Mid lletnwn, Ct. Schr Favorite. Hmith, Philadelphia tor Plymouth. Hchr John H Chaffuo, Bull, Virginia for New Huron. BELOW. Ship Dunrobin (Br), from Bristol. Iiri-j Sar*h h Ket.nedy. Irom Ciidii. SAILED. Ship P R Headline, for Sau Francisco; berks Vale fMor), (jueenstowu or Faitcouth; Win Patterson (Ur), Krlsiol; sclirs Marcut Edwards, Jacksonville: W 11 Ulimau, Vir ginia: Lucy Graham, ifooriretown, LlC. Also sailu'l, bark Elba, for lluvuna. MARITIME MISCELLANY. Brio Daiitlkss (Br), from 1'nysandii for Rulllmore, with a cargo of hones and boneasb, wss ruu iuto wnlle lying nt anchor lu the outer roads of Montevideo by ateamor Euclid on the morning of Oct !? and Instantly sunk. Her cargo was auctioned lor $482. gold, oud tlio vessel lu en equal earn. Yho divers weru at worn on ber on the 30th. Hoik Mh.i) (Br). StewHrt, from rrinoa F.dwsrd Island for New York, with p itetoes, reports on F'ridey. Deo 7, nt P M, Eaton's Neck light hearing f>K Urn miles, was run Ii.ty> by u steamer, supposed to b" the Klin City, hound out, car rying awuv the schooner's bowsprit, staving In all bulwarks on the starboard bow and st trtlug planking; also lost Hying jib and Jihbuom nvernosrd. Put into Huntington Ilarbor to ruplaco bowsprit und foremost slay. The steamer had all her Joiner work und house Irom tvheelbox aft curried away. Cupt Stewart slates that the steamer did not wait to ascertain what 'lainago wits done und he heard no re sponse to their bulling Hcitn II amtpki fouled with brig Charles Dennis at Vino yard Haven ulglit of 5th, and had boat stovs, lost davits, Ac. The damage to the nrig was slight. Scnu D K Williams, from Burrarl Inlet for Honoiuln, put Into San Francisco Dec 1 for repairs. She repo-ts off Cape I'lsttcry In Heavy weather jattlsoned 40,000 foot ol Inmhcr und the vessel started leaking. Scnu Mat Dat, 103 tons, of Portland, has boon purchased by Cupt A A Flanders und Mr K C Kankin. of ltocklaud, and will bull from that port. Capt F will command hor. Pilot Boat Hori-:. No 1, arrived yesterday from a cruise with loss ot fore und mainmast heads, having experienced rounil wcutlior. Hlie was towod Into nort by tbe pilot boat Thomas S Negus, No 1 IIalitax, Dec 0?Bark Leonora (Belg), from New York 3d Inst tor Antwerp, put in here to day leaking badly. Hchr W illiam B, irom Little Glace Bn.v tor Halifax, with coal, went ushoro at Caledonia, CB. Hhe will be u total wreck. SnipnciLniNO?Mr Jesse Carl!, at his yard in Northnort, I.I, is laying the keel ol a ship of nboul 1000 tons burden? tbe largest vessel ho hits ever built. Ladnchkd?At Newbnryport, by Hardy Bros, a scbr of 75 tons, nut named. NOTICE TO MARINERS. San Francisco, Deo 3?A Uonrtenay automatic buoy has been placed outside the bar of Sun Francisco In I.V4 fathoms of water (mean low wator). sandv bottom aud in the following bearingsExtreme end of Point Keyes, N1V by WJJ" . -'3>i miles. Point Honlta lighthouse NE T'.i miles. Inner Bar huov, NEby K. 4 3-3 miles. Fort' Point and Alcutrnz lights. Just open, NK%E. Point Pedro, S1.14K. Pilots and others, who have come in from outside, report the bau.v a complete success, flier can hear it dis tinctly four or five miles and loug before D is visible. A buoy has been placed on Narrow Hank. Htralts of Magellan. In 7 fathoms of water. Tbe buoy is painted red. anil according to Admiralty charts is In lut 53 10 23 H, 1011 Hi) 17 55 W. It It visible 4 or 5 miles and should be given a berth of a mile inside or outside. WHALEMEN. Cleared st New Bedford Dec 8, tcbr Win Wilson (of Mo rion), Bsrstow, Atlantic Ocean. SPOKEN. ^Bark^acJe (^>,^Oould.lrom Antwerp for Shanghai, Oct Bark Pndsov Dawson (Br), from Cardiff for Martinique end Pensacole. Nuv 33, lat 45, Ian 10. Hark Dor Sud (Ger), Irom Liverpool for Dnrien, 30 davs out, lat 45. Ion 14 40. Bark Henrietta, ol 8t John. NB, lat 0 30 N, Ion 24 10 W. llrig Ftngal (8w), Llndstrom. from Baltimore for Rio Janoiro, 1 >ct 17, lat 8 20 N. Ion 30 47 iV. Brig M J 1 rady 1 Br). Brady, from New York for Gibraltar. Nor 17, 202 miles Irom Sandy Honk. OUR CABLE SHIPPING NEWS. AtrrwRRr. Dee 8?Arrived, ship Joseph Ftsb, Sebseffer, New Yors. Sailed 7th, ship John Rutherford (Br), O'Neal, New York. Dublin, Dee 8?Arrived, brig Kodlak. Peters, New York. Genoa, to Dec 8-Arrived, bark Westfold (Nor), Poder sen. Richmond. Hailed to 8th, C B Danovaro, New York, Angusta, Balti more. Hull Dec B?Sailed, ship Tolliugton (Br), Bobbins, Phil adelphia; biirk Tnncook (Br), llujhos, do. Havrk, Dec 7?Arrived, bark Alerto (Ger), Mahlmnnn, Now Orleans. Livntroni.. Dec 8?Arrived, ship Tltnour, Bobbins, Sin gapore: Otb, steamer Ht Louis (Br), Held, New Orleans: ship Keuper, Poole. Philadelphia. Sailed Btb, ship Peacemaker (Br), Clotscm, Tybee; scbr Santa Rota. Gaul, Philadelphia, Pltmocth. Dec 0?Arrived, steamers Labrador (Fr), Sanglier, Now York for Havre; 1'ommeraeln (Ger), Scliwenscn, do for Hamburg (end both proceeded). Qukk.nstow.n, Dec 9-Arrived, bark Yiolet (Br). Hard ing, New York. Ulf Roche's Point, 10th, 4 AM, steamer Oity of Chester (Br), Tibbitts, from New York for Liverpool. WEATHER RETORT. Uolthkad, Dec 9-Wind SW, fresh, with rain. FOREIGN PORTS. Buknos Atiiks, Oct 31 In port, barks Minnie Allen, Ho pe r. for Liverpool; J S Wluslow, Morton; Hlanclie Howe, llussey; Lincoln, Thorn ; W H Genu, Collins; Fermoas, Pierce; Citrrtc L Tyler, Bears: Martha P Tucker. Tucker; T F Whit on. Carver; Hliawinut, Connor; Fred W Carlon, Carlon; Wnndsldn. Montgomery, ami Mary E Russell, Njfliolt (Irom Portland), yinc; brigs Jennie Phlnney. Brown: Irene, Gates, and Gesso, Lottery, do. Halifax, Dec 9?Arrived, steamers Nova.Scotlan (Br), Richardson, Baltimore lor Llvorpool; Sardtnlan (Hr), Duttou, Portland for do (and proceeded). Moxtkvipro, Oct 19?Arrived, bulk Resale Simpson (Br). Bradford. Calais (nnd tailed same day tor Bnaoos Ayres) ; 23d, sclir Peter II Crowell. Chase. Patsaudu (end sailed snfiii< day lor Baltimore)'.IfTth. sltlp Elisabeth uairillton. Hempstead, New York (and suiled tame day (or Callao) ; Nov 3. schr Geo V Jordan, Duncan, Savannah (nnd sailed snino Ilav for lluenos Ayres). Sailed (let 24, bark Tremont, Carlisle, New York. In port Nov li, bar-. Atalanta, Davis, anil Mary Rideout (Hri. Gibson, lor New Yens, Idg: Isaac llall. Ryder, front Ht Mary's,Ua; Ella, Matthews. Irani Portland, both arrived Oct'27; Harba A/ul (Spl. Klera, ff.ini St .Mary's, Ga, ar rived Oct 31; Valkyrien Nor), Andersen, Irom Montreal, arrived .">th; brig. Gipsey tjneeu, Morgan, from Punta Arena, arrived Oct 28: Screamer Sinnet. Irom Pertluiid, arrived Oct 31; Annie R Store r, Adama, (rem New York, arrived 3d. Carrie Winslow, McCert, lor Boenos Ayres; schr Wllllamlne, Scott, for Havre. Rio Ja.h.iro, Nov 3?Arrived, barke Chlflageng iHn, Jarvis, New York : Kail.to (Nori. Hpelch, Richmond; Cn liquo (Brl.i in Halilmore; 5th, schr Industry (Br). Gil lord. Guspe; 111b. brigs Cornucopia (Br), Ueutiller, do; J L Bowen. Hall. New York. Sailed 1 let 27, bark Hipton (Br), Gauntlet, New York ; 28tb, hiIg Union (lir). La Daln. do; 2Ulh. barks llilda (Sw). Wnlff. New Orleans; Nov I. Genevieve M Tucker. Merryman. New York ; 2d. I'reeels (Nori, Roth, New Or leans; 3d, I'arupanern dlr). Cottier (ur Walker), Haiti inore; stii, hrlg. Robert Dt Ion. Davis, New Vork : Maid of Glsuwern (Hr). David, New Orleans; Kith, Mary Itlee, Ch.(lionet, Uiltimore. In |-"it Nov 12. ships P N Bliinebard, Blanchard; Alert, I'erke, and Reporter. Spring, une; Flying Eagle. Crowed, Irom New York for .lava, repairing; Kleetra, Clark. Irom Boston lor Sail Francisco, do; harks Ferris s Thomp son, Potter, for New York; American Eagle, lobnston. for Martinique (cleared Kill): Amazon. Mi rick, for Balti more; serene, Scgornian. do; Anna (Nor), Wengurd. do; Aquldneck. HaOln; David Babcock. Coluord. and Stella, l'oole, one; brig la-wls It Sqalres, Tntblll, do; scbrs Wal demur. Parser, for St. Thomas (cleared Utb) ; J B B (Bn, for New York ; end others. Km Uraniik pii Spl. Oct 21?Arrived brig Maren (Dan), Kedgtnrd, Kiohinond. Va. palled Oct 24, brig L'lto (Dan), for Boiton (crossed tha bar 29th). Santos, Oct 20?Cleared, bark Ion (Br), Beynou, New York. AiTWKRr, Nov 28? Arrived, Carln, Hegnander, Philadel phia. Sailed '27th, Ida, Fenekohl. America. Abiirossan, Nov 28?Ballad, Misletoe, Delap. Cuba. Bristol, Nov 28?Arrived, Katie Stewart. Prince Ed ward Island. BiMxiiAM, Nov 25?Sailed, Algiers, Morgan (lr?m Lon don) , New 1 irleans. H.irhow, Nov 25?Arrived, Lewis Smith, Wright, Ht John, NM. Bordkaux, Nor 24?Sailed Margarothe, Petersen, New ( ARPirr, Nov 28?Cleared, 8 B Hume. Digglns. Mar Arrived In Penarth roads 27lh, David H Tolek, Sawyer, from London. , Con*. Nov 25?Arrived, Ruth Palmer, Smith, Baliimoro. Cleared -8th, Jason. New York; Krledllek, Lessen, do. CiirRRiit'RiJ. Nov 22?Arrived, llabe, Marchnsen, New tlK-rrr, Nov 20?Sailed, llardls, Dahl, Pascagonla; Anna, Pettersen, Wilmington. .... ('orgKHAOKR, Nov 23?Arrived, Aukathor, llenrlctscn. Phllade plila ... ? . ? Falmouth, Nov 2m?Arrived, Josi Maria, Castello, New York; stranger. Downs, do. Failed 27th, Grace Bradley. Vesper (from London). Ca-r dlff. Glocckster, Nor 2^-Arrlved. Emily T Sheldon. Hayee. New Vora. Sallea 26ib% Weymouth. Duraee. Key Weil: Carmela. Vlcerina. Near York; 27m. Fretto. Dowly. Uoboy. Uuigow, hoy 2fl?Arrived, c*r *<!?>? (*), Vuung, Mon? treat: 27th, Cltjr of (Quebec C?>, Falconer, do. Hailed 27ili, Ocean, N'e^r Orleans; Mereator. Savannah. Grk knock, Nov27?Arrived, John Trabey. Ryan, Queoee| Mohawk. Harbeir, Klcblbucto Hailed 27th, Atalania. Sutherland, Pensacola. (Jalway. .Nov 2H?Arrived. Hperanta. Olsen, Row York. Gibraltar, iNev 21--Arrived, Asayria (?), Knox, Glee B<>w. Ac, (.uu leu for Genoa). Hull, Nor 27?Arrivod. Otranto (s), Krlitou New York; J a* Bernini (I), foreland, u. 11 Aver. Nor 23?Arrived, Nurnberr <s). Jaeger. Breraea (and eall.d 2'HU lor Uavana and New Orleans); 26th Bra Ion, Boa, Baltimore. Sailed JBtb, Homeward Bound. Merrlman Charlsatou. Hamburg. Not 23?Balled, GaUert (si, Barendt New York Sailed from Cusbaven 25th, Kesolut. I.ar.cn, Philadel phia. Ilofto Kong, Oct 18-galled, Peruvian, Berry, Moul meln. I ilk or Wight, Not 25?Passed, Little Wright, from Hull for New Vork. Klv vr.N. Nor 11?Wlnbound, John Mathuei, Scavey, front Svondho-g for Bo.ton. Livgitrooi.. Nor 27?Arrived. City of Brn?>aU (.), Wst klm, New York; Kock, Wadman, Newcastle. NB: 28th. Republic it), Kennedy, New Vork; Westminster, Morrla (Quebec. Sailed 27th. Joseph Pease (?). Chltliara, New Orlsansi Soaudlii.rlan (s). Ritchie, Baltimore, Ac.; 28th, North* umi rla. Southwest P.m. Lospox, Nor 27?Arrived, Rsmolino, Peace, PhtladeL 5liia; N Cnnroli, Hull, Montreal; 28th, State.man, Roberta, :?e York. Cleared 2Sth, Benjamin Dickerman. Yates, Cardiff and Swansea. Sailed from Gravcseud ?8th. Utopia (a). New York; Lubra.do; Alert, Delaware. Llaskli.T, Not 26 ?Arrived, Oartsherrle. Quebec. I.tks, Nov 27?Arrived, A O Vinqe, Peuersen, fhlle uelpula. Sailed 27th, Kate, Anderson, Naw York. Limerick. Nov 27?Arrived, Lett'Erlksen, Hansen, Phil* delplila; 2Stli. I'arenti, Hatotto, New York; Athlete, Bcr br.ck do. Sailed 28th, Sea Crest, Bennett, New York. Moxthosii, Nov 28?Arrived, John Laughlin, Weekg Rcsarln. .Mh.iiuornk. Nov 13?Arrived, Nlphon. Preble. Boston. Newport, Nov 27? Suilod, U J Ldbbey, Bucknuin, Ala tans.a. I'LYMOirrn, Nov 26?Off, Gabon. Sarlon, from Hull foi Pensacola. Put in 26tb. Boadicea (?). Smith, Irom New York tM Newcnatlo. 1'adang. Sept 10?Sailed. Ned White, Thombs, New York; 18th, foke, Relnders, do (belo.e reported sailed 2 2d). 1'auii.lac, Not 24-Sailed, Napoll (?), Spltal, New York; Alnboiueel Marl*. Klckmnn, do. Portland, Nov 27?Put into the roads, Abbie B, from Rotterdam lor Naw York. Quik.mstowk, Nov 27-Arrived, King Ceolric, Melville, Huantllos; 28th, Gce.u Monarch, Leroy, Montreal; Louie A AUrtlnrs. Ilritton, Plctou, NS. Sailed 27th, Sussex, Great Yarmouth; 28th, Alary Ann Johnston. Nowpurt; Ida, "Dourauei;'' Arctic. Ostend; lironsvsr. Yyne Dock; Cavalier. Bristol; Persian, Glouces ter. SnANKLiN. IW, Not 27?Off, Xatts August, from Grimsby for Pons.uola, Saurabata, Sept 28?Arrived, Ellie. Sawyor. New York) Oct-1, Abbic N Franklin, Howes, do: Oili, Lottie Wiirren, Cnwsey. llnt.Tla. Sailed Oct 1?Windward, Balrer, Probollngo. Soctha urrox. Nor 27?Arrived, Tbor, Thorvlldsen, New York for Hamburg. Sailed 27lli, Nnrtliumbria, Shelley, New York. Shield*, Nov 28?Arrived. Brunette, Richards, Beau* fort. SO; Cordelia, McDtarmld, Quebec. Sailed 28th. Anrora (si, Nortn America. Kavona, Not 26?Sailed, Gloria at Dio. Marchlano, New York. sararang, Oct 6?Sailed, Southern Chief. Iliggini, Sonr abaya. Troon, Not 24?Arrived, llattie M Bain, Wet thorp, Ore-nock, WATKitroRD, Not 26?Arrived, Oromoeto, Christian, Bal timore. Carditt, Not 27?The Charley brlgantlne. Mahony, whlrh sailed from Dungarvon Oct 8 for Parsbormtgh (N8), was struck by a very heavy sea on Nov 8; had boom ami mainsail carried away and wheel smashed; ott the Oth ves sel wa. found to be making 12 inches water an hour; bora up and arrived in Penarth Roads on the 18th. Deal Nov 27?The Savanna, from Montreal, via Qneens town tor Leith, has arrived off here with sails split. Hark Slrisn Star, of Yarmouth. NS, Kltches. from London' for Delaware Breakwater, has been supplied with au an chor and 30 fathoms ehalo. In lien of others reported lost, when riding at the nore, daring the gale of Saturday night last. Dovkr, Nov 27?Bsrk Shanghai, of Stettin, Nauscbutg, from London lor Wllmingtou (ballast), has put in, having losl anchor and 80 fathoms obain. , Dublin, Nov 20?The Maggie M. arrived hare from SI John, Nil, reports:?Nov 12, in lut 45 N, Ion 34 W, spoke the Falcon (s). ot St Johns, NF. dismasted and short of roni, steering for Fayat: mainmast gone about 20 feet from deck, foremast and Jibboom gone iu the caps. Nor 14, in lat 47 N, Ion 38 W. passed through a quantity of drift tim ber. upparcntly red pine; also some doals and several pieces of wreck and part of a vessel's bulwarks, Falmouth, Not 27?The Augiollna, Durand, from New York for Dundee (wheat), which arrived here to-day with loss of bulwurka and landed captain, wile and crew ot American bark llattia U Hall, (mm New Yurk for tbo United Kingdom lor orders (wheat), which vessel they abandoned dismasted and in u sinking state; cargo shifted in lat 80 1*1 N. Ion 65 33 \V. The K W Morriam. (torn Montreal, has been surveyed, aud towed Into the inner harbor to have new spars sup plier 28th?The Stranger, Downs, trom New York (wheat), baa arrivad with loss ol bulwarks. Glasgow. Nov 27 -The l)e Salebery, from Qitebee, hat arrived here, partially dismasted, in tow of the tug Flying Meteor. London. Nov 28 -The Oseeola. arrived In the river front Alnxillone*. lost chief olfleor overneari during a fearful gale It om WSW, Sent 11, off Caps Horn. Leith, Nov 27 -Tba bark Padre Franeeteo (Ital), arrived here Irom New York (wheat), was ashore on tho Unnnet on Friday, but,got off with assistance, making six inches ol water per hour. QuxkHSTowN, Nov 28?Captain Blond, of brig Seneho. re ports, Nov 18. passed in lat 46 22 N. Ion 34 SO W, part of a vessel's oesm, painted blue, with deck plank attaened: also a gr at quantity of limber, apparently not long in the water, one pleee e. which was marked with large letters 'b 8." in black paint, probably Initials of s ship's name. SiNGArona (by telegraph to London)?The Adriatic, front Cardiff, has arrived with rndder broken. YonsnAL. Nov 26-Tlte sclir Swallow, of Liverpool (NS), Currie. from Newport for Cork, ran for this barbor this evening, making water, and struck on the bar. remain-^) some time, rot off with assistance and Is now In the barbor beached, with 8 feet of wator in her. AMERICAN PORTS. ALEXANDRIA, Dee 8?Sailed, achr Isaac Orbatoa, Now Passed down?Sclir Warren Sawrer. from Georgetown. BOSTON, Dec O-'Arrived, steamers Seminole. Matthews, Savsnnah; Wra Lawrenee, Howes. Hsltlmore; brlgA Shan non. Moure. Matnniaa; Charles Dennis, Dodge, Baltimore; sehr* Martha lnnls, Newcomb: Telnraah, Bennett, Julia E Pratt, livens; Rebecca M Smith. Urace, and D S Will iams, Wsliiwilght. from Philadelphia; Almlra Woolley, King Kllsabethport; Crank Island. Vt'nitermaii. Koudout; J D Williams. Pierce, lloboaen Bmily 8 Gildersleeve, Hall. Port Johnson; Modesty. Nlekcrsun, Madden, Naw York; Oliver Antes, Babbit. Weelinwken; L B Cowper thwaite. Lampber. do. Martha Perrlu, Pochard, do. Sailed?Steamer Centipede. BALTIMORE, Dec 8?Arrived, eteamars MeClellan, Mnrcu Providence ; F Cadwaloder. Clark, New Yurk; bark Lewis Y Siocser, Tyler, Nsvsssa; brig Fraoees .1 ane, Boel, Kle Janeiro; schrs C H Paine, Ullyard, VMndtor, N8i Anns Leisnd, Blank, Boston. Bailed?:-tesiner Braunschweig. BANGOR. Dec 7?Arrived, eebr Forest Belle. Smith, Sew York. BATH, Dec 7?Pslled, schrs Kate M Hilton, Adams, Georgetown, DC; K Young, Bleke. Mncbtas; El wood Do ran. Warrington. Philadelphia. 8th?Below, sehr Witistow Morse, Jordan, from New * "BRISTOL. Dee 7?Sailed, sehr MV Cook, Fslkenburg, Philadelphia. HRlDGi- PORT. Dec 7?Arrived.scht Mery Beyliee, frees e coal p.>rt (lost mainsail). CHARLESTON, Dee 8-ArrlvedL barks Resplt (Nor), Jensen Liverpool; Victory (Uelg), Harris. Aiglets; schrs E V Glover, lugersoll. New York; George Clerk, Port * Balled?Berks Erne (Ger), Schulte. Bremen; Mery A Nelson (Br). Liverpool. FORTRESS MONRO P., Dee 9-Passed in for Baltimore, bark Sarah A Staples. Nlckerson. from London. NEW ORLEANS. Dee S?Arrived, barns Elisabeth iGer). Parton. Bremen; Vaoban (Fr), Kingston, J?; sehr John 8 Hancock. Hallett. Boston. ?th-Arrived. steamers Lone Star, Forbes, New York; Ben Nevis (Br). Stewart. Genoa. Passes. Dec 9-Arnved, harks W E Clowes, Dickenson, New York; Erna (Nor). Asnjornsen, Marseilles. Sailed?Steamer New York, lor New York; (hlpi Her Modesty (Bri, aud J A Thompson, Liverpool; berks Are tusa iSn', Barcelona; lona (Aus). Dunkirk; Christane (Nor). Cork; Rw'tft (XdiO', Bantender; brig Annie Batcbel dor. Providence; sehr Mary A Drury, Boston. Port Eads, Dec 6? Sailed, bark LulseC (Ital), Sen Be NEW BEDFORD, Dae 7?Bailed. schrs Lily B French, Hwtal). NawYorh; Hastings, Chase, do: Henry A T?oer, Benson. Philadelphia. Mtli ?Arrived, senrs Emma M Fox, Treach, Philadelphia; II P Hallock, Hallock, Dover for New York; 8 S Smith, Snow, Wareham for do; Win Hoardmnn. Bnell, do for do; Hannah K Brown, Sackctt. Marion for do. NEWPORT. Dee 7, I'M?Arrived, schre Longwood, Hatch, Pruvincetown for Virginia; Hastings. Chase. New Bedford lor New York ; It 8 Dean. Thrasher, Taunton fof do ; Pointer, Dill. Now York for Fnll Hirer. 8th. AM?Arrived, sehr Julie A Herkely, Anderson, Phila delphia. Oth-Arrived, ship J shea Howes (new), from Newberya port for New York In tow. NEW LONDON. Dec 8?Arrived, ship Game Cook, Boa t--n for New York ; schrs Mary Htowe, llobokeu for Norwich; o F llawler. do for do; J II Burnett, do tor do; Kate Cal lahan. do. 8alle<i?Sehr Ella H Strickland, lor Virginia. PHILADELPHIA. Dee (-?Arrived, steamers Pottavllle, Pierce, Boston; Berks. Psndleton, do; Hercules. Swasey, Fall River; Illinois, Shsestord, Liverpool; bark Sarah (Nor). Gullland, do. PORTLAND. Mo. Dec 9?Arrived, stesmer Lake Megan lle (Brl. Battersby, Liverpool lAdava- schrs Oily of libel ees. Goodwiu, Cedar Keys. Fla; Cora Etta, Philadelphia. PROVIDENCE, Dee 7-Arrlved, steamer Tonswaude Sherman. Philadelphia; schrs Lillle O Wells, Wells, I'nrt Johr.son; Palestine. Howe; Oceanns, Young ; Sarah A Fal coner. Milsou; Mlnquas. Phillips, and Milwaukee, Fleket, llohoken. Sailed?Schrs Jaincs Phelp-. Hnckhlll, Baltimore; Wrn t Elklns. Ludlnni, Philadelphia; John Halcb, llannah. Purl Johnson; West Wind. Komer. Newborg; Cynthia Jane, Gardiner, Sayreville; John Crockford, llart. Perth Ambov; J G Fell, Shropshire; John Siorkhnm, Hart; Belle K Hull. Brush, ilortlia, Cnnover. Blackstone Wlckson; Evs Dlvertr, Handy; John II Gould. Donovan; onccess. Pier son; C.mrles Carroll, Domke; Win F Burden. Adams; Dongla, llsyiiea. Adam-; Delmont Locke, Dodge; Harry Percy, Adeins; Churahlm, Lank, and Timothy Field. Le land. New York HAN FRANCISCO, Dec 1?Arrived, ship Grace Darling, Harrington. Departnre Bav; bsrks Aiiraolo, Malgram, Seattle; Forn-t Queen, Burns. Port Ludlow; Oregon. Howe. Seaheck; hnreka, Wallnco, Humboldt; Taa O'Shanter. Patterson, Colnmbia River; solir D 8 Williams, Abel. Hurrtrd Inlet for Honolulu, In dislros*. Heilod?Ship Borrowdale (Bri. Keily, Cork; barks Victo ria (Hr), Trimble. Bnrrard Inlet; Llzr.ie Williams, Osborn, Seattle. 5tli-Sailed (not arrived), ship Sterling, Baker, Liver pool. Oth?Arrived, steamer City of Panama, Hoabary, Panama. SAVANNAH, Dec h-Sailed, steamer Yasoo, Wlltbank, New Yurk. 9th?Arrived, steamer Altgatha (Br), Barwise, Bostoei sehr John L Colby. Hailed?steamer America, BUIups, Baltimore. SALEM, Doe 6-Arrived, sehr W U Howe, Whit torn ore, Hoboken. Sailed?Steamer Allentown, Mills, Philadelphia; sehr ? L Varney (from nath), for New York. SOMERSET. Dec 7?Arrived, sehr X B Mahoney, Par kins. Port Johnson. Sailed?schrs Lottie Homers, and W L Abbott, Ludlsm, for Philadelphia. ? WI LMI>gTON. NC. Deo 5?Cleared, bark Kosmoa (Ger), Bruns, Hamburg. Stn?Arrived, steamer Regulator, Doane. Now York. WAKKIIaM. Deo 7?Arrived. schrs-A Heatnn, Phlnney, New York: Palladium. Kvder, do; Fair Wind, Bowmaa.M> Ballad-Sehr Wm Uoardmau, Busli, Maw Yotk,