Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 16, 1861, Page 7

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 16, 1861 Page 7
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PUK At HP. (i?ncr?t Ofdrri No. K< Win ll/ilRUk-l, \l>JII.?r (<U>klLl> 0?KI<'?, 1 WkSHj?arojr, April 3, .*861. > Promotions uil appotuiueuU a the iruy or the Owtwl M?(m ni.vji" by the wi?*fjet?t, by ui wild tho .id vice end ooum-at U ib? hmkm?, ? uoe tbe c- binnti >u of ??Cenerai (Mm" No 2?, of lie toiler 3,1J80 i?i'Aoklitriu? v AliJI Tilr (iK.>Ku?1 h hm'A tiTJ*.\T. Lieutenant ColdQt*) !o < *jzo rtnui* A^jut-uit ?Otnwitii to be A 'jtt'tUH <j?*u6r*! witti ibo rank 0- Ouiuuol, M&ich 7f i54il, ViC^ Cucptr, Bit ret Major'.YyvVi II . Ateistaal Adjutant ? .'.e?eret, *o *e A-ei-utat Ad>u*D< (;???!nr.l ?nli the rank or 1 <??.?? MOM? Oulotjfcl, Herjh i,ladl, vice ibouuts, pro* mud Brevet Optiin Don Cerlua B nil, Assistant Adjutant Ccl.efSI, III b.' A A inUUit Adju till lit UH: tt With tliOUOVOl r(bk or Mayor, Fubruai y 25 isdi viw H ? roicnwl tfrOTM Utplatll Alulaai A. .MCU ASSIS AOl A'JUllUt Ufcoefai, to 06 ASUIt.U.1 iSjNIe T ll tl' r l w.lb lllf t) CVfl ? r*ik of Uiyor, Mfti< b 7, lrdl, nc? towns- ud. pixui ited. MKOKaL Iwd' KlJttM Assistant furge u Lewis a. Edward*. to be Surgeon, i ctuuKfy lb. fide 1% L- "U, n'signed. Asrisiani f .-kbou Jutm r Muaiuioud, to be Surgeon, -v Tu*r> 116, IMt. nt? Mo -<e ?-sinned. CJKitl 14 I. l.i.NKr-K. Brcvct 82 c. >s I.ieoteonht iV..i.i?m K. tlorrtll( to be 1e -iriOd L ent' neat, February 20, 1161, tbe date of lleptain ii-aui egaru 'k r*? gmiiuu. Brevet recoud L>euwiuaat 'hadi oey 8. Kate, to be 8e ?eud UeuWnaui. February 20 1101. me date of Caplaiu vrii.ufg e itsigbo'K'ti (>kj? ? xcr me? riw*-*r Six- ad L'CU'C. ib* (?< "fiBC -ii- i-R, to be First Lieu <vc..el,Jenu.<., 1*61 ? s n ? 1., ci,(..-<i Brevet rwui Umt uui ? ??? ne? <?. Baylor, to b oiiO L.iuti tm:'., January 25 lidl, vioe iU oug. pro U.Olfd. fckcond Liiuteu-ut Ih nns <! Baylor, to ba Fir*, Lieutenant Feiinary l, lbOl vice liogg* jei-igued Brevet It-ciM.d Lit uiei.aiit .lobo S. leuodnra, to be . e'tai'i i icui? o.l i, Ffcbi uhi> 1, 1W1, vio? Baylor, pro nepr vs<a*t*T ok n?AG0nw*. Fuat Lieni nam dTU'lam t. Mea nder, to be CapLaln, Ikbuarv 8 lrpi vje* >.-.-rh up, it-'#&<*! OdhoAuk F At'Ooed I,it!uuu.aiii J< ba t. aww, u> oe r irai Lieu. Wif S, 1161, vimj Majjrudor, piomoiol ? inn mur F. Brevet Seetitiil Lieiilroaut Jonah H. Kellogg, to bo Fetii'.d IMntlM, Jai.uary S )S6!,vtce rfwuir, pro tuoiei). Coujp.Uj r. i-uyuio uaniaa-tT ok "-rfflifitr iHllt UMtwiurl, katit* ii i.tler, u> tie Captain, Janu nry ?H 1SC1, vi-o Sinitti. reuiKOfil Company F. i^e.-jBd UfaWBant Baoearoipt T.iv<t>KeKm to be Firat ?lentt-Dant, January 21, littl, vice Tyler, promoted. (Xiiu(*xi/ A li.t v. t sccr.ti.; Liiiuunant Wrshv Vfnrrttt, ta be Second IJeuteMLt. JaTWHT 21, 1111, vice lterry, reeigued. riiuifut a. 11KM RMIINKHT tiK CAVAl.1V. I.ieatenaBt rt l iit-l Rueeri B of the Second cavalry, to be Colooel, Mu ch 16, 1161, vice Suuiucr, appointed Brigadier lin t ? >I?jo w,l! Boierr. to be Lieutenant Colouel, Jai,a?ry 81 irSI, vine Hardee rcu-irnnil. Cipt-iu Jlelr ? rt racket, to be ilijor, Jauuary 81,1861, ("Ice kwiory, pri-nit'trd Cafituin TV'itrus ' Wood, to be Major, March 16,1861, alee SoCniick, pr,'iooied into tbe Stcoud cav?Ir... F rst l ii c'ri niil Robert Ra ieeei, Jr., to be Captain, . iriuary 8'., 1-61, rii-eriat ket, promoted. Company F. FbatLMiitetiint Fmiik Wbr.atua, to be Captain, March L,1881,?ii<- fr tWiwui-t, r*kigi ro. Comptny B. M> at Lieut'-- apt Luvid S Sianlt-v, to be Captain, March , V.IWii, J 16. iS6i, vice Vimr?i, pri.motnl Cimpony C tiaci>Ld Li* uaewmt Hi turd H. liiduirlr, to Iw First Lteu teinUit, DectmtMir 2,1860 vice lied, duceaueu. Oompa x?? K. tveoud L:"U tcot't Julm A- Thooi|?on, to be First Lieu Jaiiun 3 41,1861, vi'-'? IULi"?, promoted. Com p>ny H. i 'coi.,1 LI*uU Cunt and Adjutant Alotrt V. Colburn, to I c F rst l.leu",!i?tit, January 31, 1861, the date of Ku Bcm'a pi on-, ot ion. ficonil Liei in i*t Edward li.gruii&m, to be First Lieu nit Febrv.aj; 27.1861, v.ce fuck ton, resigned. Com ;uu?v B. iec<* <1 Li? utrbant Ell t/ing, to be First Lieutenant, Ya'ih 1,1861 vie? U ' laMu (>ro<n jtel. Company U. BfC'iM I d ii cc?''? lieo.-ge i) Bayard, to be First Lieu '.ol.pt March IS 18.61, vice Sbuiluy, promoted. Co-npa ?} I). F? ?.."ad I jeuieB'i 11 i.aford L. Ixrmsz, to bo First I.ieu trr-Miit, Mariii 21 1861, vice lveruon, resigned. Com jr-nj C. tt-avet ??' 'cd Li"n?enant Charles S. Cowman, to be Kc.)nd Lieutenant, December 2,18b0, rice Riudick, pro- I motcd. Corup nj A 1.AO. >P REHIMISN'T OK rAVAlRY. Mujur John tk ogwick, ot tbo Firm Cavalry, to be Lieu- | tei.ii.it Coli ni l. U.ich 16,1861, vice Lee, promoted Into the Fust cnvslr ( aptain Fduii nd K. Bmith, to be Major, January 31, lbfll, vice Van linn rteigued. First Lieutenant Cbailea W Field, to be Captain, ?IkMiari 31. Ii6i. vice smitb, promoted. Company B. Ftvet Lieu>eij?iit Kenoer Garrard, to be Captain, Feb ruary 27,1861, vice Bvans, rot-lr ii?*1 Company H. Fecdtid LteuUneat Joseph F Muter, to be First IJeu tetunt, January 31,1861, vice Field, promoted. Com pany I. Sec or. it T.teiiteaant Charles W. Pblfer, to be First I.iou tOLi nt, February 22,1861, vice Shaaf, resigned. Com pany F. Fi cond Lieutenant James E. Harrison, to be First Lieu lei.unt, Febn..iry 27, 1861, vice Uarrard, promoted. Com pony G. Brevet Second Lieutenant John J. Sweet, to be Second Lieutenant. January 31, 1861, vice Minter, promoted. Coin puny E. kM.iMKNT or Momrmi rikixme*. Fln>t Lieuteio-ul John P. tutcU, to be Captain, Octobe IS *860, vice Mi'l/ut, killed in action. Company I. nkt-T RaulKCar or akhlijckt Firit LieuUn.M Truman ^eytuonr, to bo Captain. No timber 22, I860, vice Winder, promoted Into the Third Artillery. Coiupaav U. Second l.l*u'en?ut abnor 'mend, to be Flrat I.leule D?nt. Novemb-r 22, I860, vice Kidy, a bo vacate* hi* re gimental oonmiai on Company G Second Ltsntewmt Cnarle? H Webber, to be First Lieu trratit, Nov- m tr 22, i860, vice Seymour, promoted. C< mpaLy H. Brevet Sec-m-l T eutenaut tltnsnn M. Randol, of the Ibiid Artilitr<, to be Seroud LitU'onaot, November 22, 1Mb, Vict Fmea i, pi-muled. Coiuprny A. Hrivet S?-<-eta Lieutenant Cornelius Hook, Jr , to be Second Lieutenant, November 22, I860, vice Webber, |-r moted. Oumpany B. br.Udli KB.IKOT OF ARTIILKRT. llrevet ?ec,n ' I,e utoi ant .lobri M Wilson, of the Fi-St artillery, to t>e Second 1. eutei-aut. January 28. 1861, Vice Joue*, i< signed Company K 3.tv-1 ??< c.'d Lieuti-oa -t t'extneer C. M. Pennington, Jr , to be Jtcr 'l L-cnteusnt, February 1,1861, vice But ler. rrsigneu. Company H. JHIKl- KM.1MB.1T or AkTIJIJlKY. Captain .i tin 11 Winner, of trie First artillery, to be taajsr, November 22, i860, vie-- (*??' tt, u-cea-ed Hr? vet Ber ond Lieou-mmi James M Winttemore, Jr , of tin .11 ? n1 fc.tn'ery t? ho -n umi Lieutenant, September 27, 1Mk>, vac Lieu, promoted. Company A. r. I ?Tli BUUMkJir OV aRIIIXSRV. '-c-iwl 1.1. uuneat K ? iia'd Co ? r, v.? be First Loca te rant , K<- cur; 1, 1*61, vt Jir*-s, resigned. Com pstl> tr ' o*. 0*1 f.ieiHoesvt J?>hn R ^atdv.tu be Firtt Lien tener.f, F?b:uirj 4, 1861, vt-e Gill, resigned Omn ia- > V Newt Second li-uton-nt A-hum W. McCreory. of the Third ArtilUrv to he Second Llru-enaiit. January 1,1861, vtoe BmlOiM|Mi?t. ?-signed. Urmpnuy G. Bra vet e. con 1 Lieutenant Sts|>nsn D Ratnaeur, of tbe tn'-d AuM'it , to be ncond Lieutenant, February 1, 1M, vice 1 A.i cr. p < muted Conp-iily 1). ilrevet Src-nd Lieut-nant Frai.ns W. Seelov, of tho Thud ArtJ'cry. to be -tec nd Lnuteuant, February 4, 1861, vtre Wa-dy. iirornoted. Coaauaov I. ssroen rsoinrnt <e i?e??rmv Harnlb-il l uj , v- t l.i-utenaut Colonel, Febru ?i> lb. 1861, vice Aberciomhie, promoted into tbe t> ti iuli ii liuilry. Captain William Ctupman, of tb- Fifth Infantry, to be Vajne. petirosrv 25 1861 vice I He, promoted. Fifyt I.ieuteiiant Thomas W. -seeny, to be Captain, J. L'lary 10, lhflt, v re Gardner rei-tgn>*i. Company D - rr-n-1 lie .-riant R b-rt F. Ilnntor, to bs ths First Ld-itei ant, January 18, 1861, vice tloore, Who vacates bis i< ?iru< utai c- n-inission. t/otupa y K. Serrr.d Lieinsi-ant JobnO. lying, to be First Lieutenant, Jar- ar 10, 1H61, vto* Saeei ey, promoted. Com pane I Brovrt Second Lieut' nant SUte-i a Marsh, of the Ninth "nLmtrj-, to has- cond Id- u?en?nt, January 10,1861, vice Hunter. pron.-iUd. Company F brevet Second I-i- otonani Samuel T. Cushlng, of tbe Tenth In'artrj, to be Second I .tout-meat, January 10, 1861, vise Loop. pntro ed. Company A. is ram hkiumbst or ivrAsrnv. S'oncd LieuG-iaut Chsrlta II. Bunded, to be First Men lenant, Jauusry 31,1861, vice F1 ay the, deceased. Oom }euiy K. Brevet. Second Lieutenant ElwardB. I). Riley, of ths Rlvtb Infantry, to beHronr.d Lteu'enant, January 31,1861, vice Beucell. pn motsd. Company B ira MKiMsaT or isrAimrv Obptain Rlcli.tr 1 C Oat'in, of tbe rivventh Infantry, to be Major. February 26,1861, vice Geynoe, deceased. First Lteotenarjt .lusnpli Opdeyraff, to tie Otptaln, Feb ruary 26. 1861 rice Chapman, prom Wed into the 8000cd Infantry. Cnmpany O >rc< nd I jeo'eo?nt Alfred T. A Torbert, to be First Lieutenant, February 26,1861, vice Cpdegrair, promoted. Company 11. Iimvtt , a cond LleuUnant Lyman Mlshlsr, of the <V vi nth Iutai try. to be Btc-iod U< utenant, February 26, 1861 vice Tnrnvrt, promoted C-mpuiyl. savaaTH RnruinoiT or tvraimnr. Lleu'enant ,li>bu J, Abercrombie, of toe 8ocnnd Infan try, to be CoFnel, February 25 1861, vloe Wilson, re signed. first Lieu truant Cbdmus *. WlViox, to be Captain, Ba oamber 20, I860, vloe Waiting, promoted Into tbe Tenth llifanfy. Corujitiny K. Flrat LMnitensnt I'nter W. L Plnmptr-o, to be Captain, February 26, lirOl, vice Gatiln, i#oinoti*l into the Fifth Ir !entry. 0>-mpeny F. ?-e^oii-i Lie-io-o -ot rhomaa H. Kilellu, to be First I.lsu ;?ant, iH-c.uiDi-r 20,1860, vloe Wilcox, promoted. Com penyl Seccnd Lieutenant Edward J Brooks, to be First IJen tensnt, Kt'broaiy 26, 1861, vico Flympton, promote-!. s Company B. Brevet Feooorl Lie-.tenant James P. Martin,of tbe Sixth Infaatry, to 8 rood (.loutesaut, t -rembev 20,1860, vice Fdeltn. promoted Company O. Brevet Second MeoUnaut Gmrge i. Hoillater, of the -First Infantry. t*> b# Bseond l i-ntcnsnt, February 26, 1861, Vice Broeki. prsmoted. Company 1). SKiirnr RRniwanv o? iar?.eTRV. First Uaalansnl Theodore Fluk, to tie Captain, Decern . bet 81,1860, v c? taoclsy, resign- u Cv,mp.?nr F. Second Llentecant lehn U. Tailor, to oc F'irat I.leule nant, December 31, 1866, vloe fink promoted Cimpa n> B. So-nnd IJeutenant John R. I coke, to ba First Men tenant, January 28, 1901, rice Cole, resigned. Compar nyC. fct-ana lieutenant rxrard L. lUrz. i> ? li-at L ?>> '(?WW, httnwf X", 1861, TIC* .lnw?, fl'KMII OOUIM uj-.vrt tkcse. Umrtruni Alfred f SanL.o 'in-Four.u hit ,ntr>. K ' Sec 1?. I Ml, ?:.? |n< ui< ???1. li m|w > A iii'XiiHir J?il I. tuici ?> . M-iitm V U Ijt ->g, of the Seventh ufcnv v, u> 11> .smmim iMtiiMi, lac.-mbtr St, lsui.vic. -nyi P ' ?'? '"'1 ? 'emp.nj 4 brevet ?c.M'1 . cii-nart kbu V. ygdrewa if the Vrwb uMi.tel,u b<- Second i.tim. n.n;, January 2S, 19-61 v,t? w?e p'Mie t<<| ii My U Br?vci hah tyin in tli-Tenth inf&nt/y t-? be il Unit-nv.t. li-or mry -Jr), leiil, v.is Hu tz. 1"' OH ? C? n i y p ? -IM.I en mH8T OF IM ANTSY. Second Li'.t Uiu.!. C.oxJ f A i:<,-iii.i ?to bo Fust {.leiitiMT-t. Feb tin v 'A IV"! V'ee farr rcs'goed C' n )> -uv 1 Il.c-tct Second w r.oai II Jn j?u, of lb? Fir-OS" irtfc u i > *n hi SoonBf' Lieu' ei. ? ill February 30, 1861, Vice Iteyii Ma p**nion-.j i umn?nv H II.Mil ill I.VI.NT 01 IMASItr Captain Punt i l'( w u.iu u. of the -s venth infantry, to be Major, Iti xie- 20 il-iC- Vice Walker revignu-t First T.ii utt-i ant Lou? II. Martha.I io be Captun, De comber 2W. ltttti vi->? liunovant, le-igntd Company K. K rai | n- tir ,nt l!u >j l Mhj earner, tube Captain, January 18, !861 vice Cimtuiug n-rigned. Cuinpaur ?* Sicoe:. Luu'iuuii Wni-im II Ru anil, to be f rit I Pun unfit )'?<? mbcr VV, 1860, vice Maishaii, promoted. CuR!|iaiiy I. Haowt Lu ntitMt AVvniier Murry, t-i bo Ftri-t Lieu tenant, January IP. 16ol, vice Maynauier. promoted. CoB|?ny K Second LMstenant WULam Ktarney, to bo K'r-t Lieu teratit, January "1, 1161 vice Forney, resigned. Com piaiy F euiuutl IJoM'aaant Jam- a H. Hill, to bo First Lieu tenant, Februaiy FT, H-61, vice Koiiy, realgued. Com pany A Itrevel Sec-.i-d lieutenant William Q Jonoe, of the K;ynihiniJi.tr> tub' mound M-mii.i.am, Oeceinoer 29, 1860 vice Rot-reil, p . moii n company a Brevet 8eeia-i L? uta ntu.t Frank Roger, of the Third infantry u he riooend Lieutenant, January IP, 1861, vice Murry prrnm ei1 Company P. Hievet St-cou -9 I.it-ulunant Robert H. Hall, of tbn Ki ih infantry, to t-e Stci i d LietiUnani, January ?3,1861, vice Ktari y, promoted Company F Bi evrt Seo< lei 1 it-(.tenant Geurge W. Vaiulerbllt, of the Mnh tntaiiiry, ro 1m Stc-nd Lieuteaunt, February 3T, 1861, vice Hii!, pn-mu'ed. Company F. II - APPOINTMENTS. on-uuL umuutr Colonel Kdw r V. Sun-n?r, or tbo Kirrt cavalry, to be Brigadier General, MaicU If, lti61, vice Twigns, de-uureel AlMVTAMr i.VhKKAL's nM-AaraKM First Lieutenant limr.oie Talbot, oi the First artil lery, to be Arn.nuut Adjuiaut (ieueial wlib the brevet rank o! Captain, vice jenor, ree-gnuc, to oate from sia-cu Id, lfc61. Fiiat LieuU nant R'rliard C Pi urn, of the Fourth artti lerv,tobe Aests'aot arjutaiit General wrh the bievet rank or Chptaiu, v ice liwell, prumotnu, to da>o froui tiaiub 16. 1?C1 Firet T.-cutetant Janire R Fry, of tho First artillery, to be Awwtiiot aojuiar.t General with iho brevet reus of Captain, vice Withers, resigned, L? date from March 16,1861 Knot ' leutMuu' George L Haiteoil, '1 ihoSecond a* tiilery, to i e Ate Maat AOjiitant Geuorai wrh the orevet on k oi Captain, vice Niviola, prnmutod, to uate from Maicb Ti, lhtil l.'l'A VTKh *J 4HTK11 '8 1 Kl'AHTVKVT Firft Lieut .ui i J hu C rioinycat-tie of the Fourth in'hiitry, to le Aae-Mant. (piartrrmarter with the r?uic of f apt-.iu, vi t Wayne, rtBrgned to cate from Kquruary 1,1861 F'tm Llentenant teber R Etdy, of th" First krttllvry, to ne Araistaot Quai ieimaster with itie rank of t?ptjin. vice kiytue. remgne< , to dale from February 12,1861. Pay pm-AKiMhaT Captain Augualtb 11 miw ud, of the Fifth lufaatry, to be K.ivtnas'.ei, vice Mad n re. i^ned to date from Ma ch 27, 1861. 6KP8A8CK rri-AHrnhM Isaac Censor, or |*<nne^ivanu, to 06 1'aymaster and Mllliarv ^torektejM-r, vice Lew is resisted to date frntri Wsrch 27,186\ CLaiiti A Aikgood, of IVnnsylrauia to be Military alie vki eper vice Gait, res-gued, to date from March 27, 1861. vm.-T mmiinrrr of rour.kins 2 Epbralm E FJIeworth, nt New Yi rk, to be Second I .It-uteuant, vice Randal, lesiguuo, to (late from March 23, 1861. Company (>. 7 J -In. P. bikeof Iliiuois, to be 3. rond Lieuteuaet, ?fie Fe, |i.M n. res'gned, to date troin uarth 21, 1861. t'otrpiiay K HMD KKdlMSXT of DR.>00058. 5. thrcphtlua f F.odenbo sb ot Pennsylvania, to be Seuono Lieiiuu ir.t vice Livingvioo. promoted, to dale from Maicb it'i. labl Company E. uuar KKOIMKVI' OF C'AVAUr. Ihomas B Alexander, of Wavhingion Territory, to be second L guUD.M, vice ?bumps n promoltd,U> date frou. Februa>y 21. ISOt fkunpuiy F. 2. George (>. riu-ti, of the Piatuct of CoiumbU, to be Stc>nd Lieutei a?t. vice Iiig'abam. promoted, to dale from March 2T 1861 Company I 3 Napoieon 11 Mcl/mgblin,of New York, to bo Second Lieutenant, vice loi g, promoted, to date from March 27, 1861 Company II 4 IboniHS n. MoCormick, of Pcndsvlvania, to be coed Lieutenant, vice Buitwell, resigned, to date from March 27,1861. C mpany C. 7. Clarence Mouck. ot Pennsylvania, to bo Second Lieu tenant, vice Bat aid, promoted, to Oate from Marcli 27, 1861 Company G John A. WUcox, of the District of Columbia, to be Se o-uu Lieulonant, vice L iznnx, promoted, to date from March 28,1861 Company D. HWDND IIHIMT OF CAVALRY. 1 William O. Williams oi the District of Columbia, to be Second Lleut- ' .nt, vice Barriron, promo^l, to date fri m March 23,1861. Company H. 6. Charlie H. lniupktus, if New York, to be Second Ueuienant, vice Cunningham, resigned, to ilaie from March 23,1861. Company D 1 William McLean, of New Jersey, ti be Socond Lieu tenant, vice Major, resigned, to date from March 27,1861. Company K. 6. Sullivan W Purbaok, of Kentucky, to be Second Lieutenant, vice Pinter, promoted, to date from Mai ch 27. 1861. Company F. M*<T KKl.M4U.vr OK AK11I.I KKY 0. Samuel S. FiMer. o' Ob to, to be ?M.cond Lieutenant, vice Chiidr, rcriijiod, to date from March 23. 1891. Com pun; ?. KWVj.no KK1.I.MKN1 OK ARTII.IJCHY. 4, Borgeant Chatles H Ptetce. of Compauy A, Corps of Engineer!, lo be .second Lieutenant, vice Hearing, reHign od, to dale from March 23, 1891. Company E. fOl'KTH KKl.iy.KKT OK AHT1M.KKT. Chalks I). Truck morton, of Maryland, to bo Second Lieutenant, vice Mcntgomiry, reeigued, to dale from | March 16.1861 Company K. TU1K1> KMAMK.NT OK IXKANrKT. 8. Andrew Sheridan, of Now Jersey, to bo Second IJeu tenant, vice Eoni -.-au, rosigucd, to date from March 23, i 1861. Company II KIXHI KKOIMXKT OK INKAKTRT. 5. Horry Hatn' r gin. oi Pennsylvania, to be Second | Lieutenant, vice btoi ghton, resigned, to date from March I 23,1891 O rr r*ny A atiachcd to'in-?>my, with the brevet rank of Second I Lieutenant, to eo. fortuity aitl> the IP li a- ction of the act approved Aiigiii-i 4 1864, to take rank from September 1?, i860, tlie I'Mto O1 Ilia examination:? j hirst Sergiam Imnni \V hjeeiey, of Light Company E, fhfrd Artillery. Promoted. I I. ? rKA.NKKCTRJD (2). Pre rot Soccrd Lieutenant AJaneon M Randol, of the Ordnnnce I>iK?r?njent, to the third Kegimeat of Artille ry January 14, ltrtil Brevet Second Lieutenant John M. Wilson, of the Ord nance lepartmont, to the First Regiment of Artillery, January 14,1801 IV ?Camjaihh#. n>iii.r*d, (82). Colonel Henry Wi's'n, Seventh Infantry, February 26, 1891. Colonel Samuel Cooper, Adjutant General, March 7,1891. Lieutenant Colonel William J. Hardee, First Cavalry, : January 31, 1891 Major and Itievet Lieutenant Colonel William H. T. Walker, Tenth Infantry, December 20, 1890. Brevet Major i.o rge lieas, Asaiatant Adjutant General, | February 26,1891 Major Earl Van Horn, Second Cavalry, January 31, 1861. Captain and Bret et Lieutenant Colonel Abraham C. ; Myers, Assistant Quartermaster, January 28,1891. Captain and Brevet Major Henry C. Wayne, Assistant 1 Quartermaster, December 31,1861. Captain I.uolua B. Northrop, First Dragoons, January 8,1891 Captain Robert P. Maclay, Eighth Infantry, December 31.1860. 1 Captain Lafayette Mclnws, Seventh Infantry, March 88.1861. Captain and Brevet Major Peter G. T. Beauregard, Cerpaof ling in rem, February 20,1891. Brevet Captain David R. Jonee, Assistant Adjutant General, February 16,1 91. Captain Richard H. Anderson, Second Dragoons, March 3.1891 Captain William M. Gardner, Second Infantry, January 10,1891. Captain Barnard K. Bee, Tenth Infantry, March 3,1801 captain William D. Do Saoaeure, First Cavalry, March 1,1061. Captain William R. Bradfutc, Second Cavalry, March 21.1801 Captain Crawford Fletcher, Ninth Infantry, March 1, 1861. Captain John Punovant, Tanth Infantry, December 20, 1860 Captain Joelah Gorgaa, Ordinance Department, April 3, Captain Nathan G. Brans, Beoond Cavalry, February 27.1861. Breve* Captain John Withers, Assistant Adjutant Gene ral. and Fust I .leu tenant Fourth Infantry, March 1, 1861. Captain Martin L. Smith, Oorpe of Topographical Kngi nesra, AprU 1,1861. Captain Alfred Cummlng, Tenth Infantry, January 19, 1861. OtptaUi George W. lay, Slrth Infantry, Aid-de Camp ncojfi %o lieutenant Colonel, March 2,1861. (aptatn John W. Kra?r, Ninth Infantry, March 16,1861. ' 8?l861ln 1,1 Dragoons, January * Captain William H. C. Whiting, Corps of Engtneors, February 20,1861 Flirt Lieutenant William O.GIll, Fourth ArtUlerv. Feb ruary 4,1861. First Lieutenant Ambrose p. HUt, First Artillery, March 1, 1861. First Lieutenant Caleb Hum, First Artillery, February 26,1861. Flirt Lieutenant Henry B. Kelly, Tenth Infantry, Feb ruary 27,1861. First Lieutenant George W. Carr, Niath Infantry, Feb ruaiy 20.18(1' Fliat Lieutenant Alfred Ivevnon,Jr., First Cavalry, March 21 If 81 First Lleu enaot Thomas G. Wrlltams, First Infantry, March 16, 1891. ' First Lieutenant John II. Forney, Tnath Infantry, Janu ary 23,1891. Firm Llentenaut Robert G. Cole, Eighth Infantry, Janu. arv 28,1891 First Lieutenant Lawrence W. O'Bannnn, Third Infant ry, March 81, 1961. lnt! iruUii'Bt t hilrp -iixktou, First Cavairy, Febru ary it, JFnl. It I . u. uu Jjna r. liauf, 6 mood Cavairy, Febru ary.';1,! <61 First U< u'lfft'it Jot.bua W. 8111, Ordnance Depwan nt, Jh. nary f6. 184 1 First 11'iinnin Merlin D lee. Fourth Artillery, I eb tliin lb, 1161. 1 bsl IjtirtwMt J- tiiMt L White, 'fnird Artillery, March B.lMl 1 lint Lletitcn:: t ill am H. Boggs, Ordnance Depart tr, i>i. 1 :i"-ian 1 7,-oi. Urn l ui.in. iiit Lu?ar J F Bagley, Fourth Artillery, MS'Ctt 1, 1' (.1 1 ?t I iei.ttrsnt Edwin J. Harvle, Ninth Itifnittrjr, March IS, 1661 liifi Lift t,iut orte8. James, Fuurth Artillery, Fob ? i.nei " i iibt I.it-ill' in.ui ifiUiaoi D. Lender, First Dragoons, W n D -II, ltbl F*lreI Lieutenant Tliem.:. M. Jot.es, Eighth Infantry, F. binary 86.1661. F::i>i 1 !? 'enact Charles D. Audeisau, Fourth Artillery, Apri 1, 1861 y.st Liiutenntit Charles W I'hifer, Second Cavalry, April 1.1861 Seccnn Lieutenant Richard V. llonneau, Third Infantry, Ltiii h 'J, 1661 n-1' if l.ti utennrt Horace Randal, First lira goons, Feb ?UAr? B7.1861 Mtxnd Lintsuiit Win.i.m Butler, Second Artillery, February 1, 1861 Mound Ln ..tenant Si. (lair Dearing, Second Artillery, Feb'ttary 7 1661. reii'iid 1 leuieusiil Freilerick L. Childs, First Artillery, March 4 1661 Mceiiu Lieutenant Joseph P. Jonas, Second Artillery, January 28, 1661. Feet nil l.iru.eoant Jauies P. Major, Second Cavalry, ' lion li 21. 1801 I Sicoiot Ln1 nil. >t AUxoti or B. Montgomery. Fourth Ai t diety, Fa on 6 1-61. Brsond Lieut cum t;c? rge W Holt, Tlurd brthaMi February 28, 1661 Fecund l.n uli mad 1 h -mas J. Berry, Ueound Bragoeus Jb. i. in 28. 1661 Second Lieutenant Samuel W. Ferguson, Pisat l)ra ge.'Ur, March 1,1661. 660"if Lieutenant George A Cunningham, Second Ca vairj , February 27, 1861 Seti ni Lieut- nani James H. Halonquiat, Fourth Artll ieiy January 1.1861 Keeouo cut-nant E-win H Stoughton, Sixth Infantry, Mmch 4, 1801 j'SOtta Lieutenant .iclm It. B. Burt well, First Cavalry, March 21, ln61 Hrevul Stouno Lieutenant Mows J. White, Ordnance I* partn-eut, 1 obiuary 7 1601 Brev.l rcco.il Lioutoimiit William H Echols, Corps of Topi graphic .I Fn> iuceii March 21,1861 F.ievii ri-coio LiciiUi'i.t fumuei II. i-ockclt, Corps of Fignrcif Februajy 1 la6l. lirtvit eoonn Licuunaat Henry S. Pearoo, First Dra g"-. in , Match 11 1861 Brevet Second Lieutenant lienjamiu F. Sloan .J r , Se cond Prigoo s. March 2, 1H61 Hie vet S-cud LI- "tenant Wude H Gibbon. Secoud Ca valry, J&iuary 1, 1661. Hniet Sec rul Lieutenant Harold Borland, Fifth In far-try, March 31 1661 Surge* u Si n uel I' Moure, February 26.1861. Suigtun Dai id C He Leon, Feb'Uaiy 18, lSol AtMSUni Surgeon George K IV Ad .lauimry 1 1861. yifsigtunt Hnrgeca ?iittam t. Ou-swcll, March 26, 1861 nanluAt Siug. on Junes H Berrien, M?re.h 17, i8oi Paymaster Sockrelo M.icl n, March 1.1*61 Miliiat > storekeeper Juun M. Gall, uruuauce irepart tiiiit. February 28,1861. Wlllturi rui elu-i pt r ! I,eodnre lg?wlp, Ordnance Depart u.tut, Fchruaij Is, 1661. C'iW.Mittit 1 u.alert Ufidtr lh- 7lA tectum uf tha Act of Ju?e 18 1846, (2 ) L'y First Lieutenant AEber K. Eddy. First Artillery. ASUS ant Quartet tuaa I-;?hw regiuiout.i (Oui niatiuu (i "1> ), N'uvi ,nb. r 22, 1660. By First Lieute-ant frtdwoli Muore, Sccend Iafantrtr, Ammuo.i (Juaitei uiMfettr?hia nguuonni coutiuiiMtiou (tniy), .inLuur) l.i 1661 UtWWtiU'iw V- iat <y by \c"> trpoirhnct (I) By Brig-uter General L win V. Suuiuer, Urn comrats hioti as 4" In. 1 F'j-rt .cg-mo.t of Carai. v, Mat en 16, 1861. Ikied (6). Vaiot TlictrsH ? Cojebii, Fifth Infantry, at Norfolk, Va , February 28,18cI. Vaj r Jobti B. -co", hrd Artillery, at Sau Fraaeltco, Cat., Nuocmbet 20, i860. ' xptrin George Mrl.me, regiment of Mounted Ibtle tin t , killed in actli u Willi tbe N.V4)0 lndiara, in the Xa vajo Country, N. M. (I 'tot e. 30. 1*60 lint Lieutenant riavtii Belt, Fnet Cavalry, at Fort Monree, Va., 1? < < inte . 2, 1840 First 1,'ttiteoani rietja?n'? D Furry the, Fourth Infantry, at Port Jtrvs, N. V , uanuary 31. lafll ' /)ii/rii>,?f, (1 j Btigaoior and lh-evel Major General David E. Twiggs, Mn id 1, 1&61 V.? Gtticets have been arranged, In theforeg' ing order, to the coin), iiiib to wbe-n they su,i'?ode<l in lbs naiura comse of p emotion or appointment Should a different assignment howevei, hmc since been made oy compe tent nuttwirity, it wil, take precedenceol the f..riucr VI. ? the number, pretlied G> tbe name of each of the Record Lieutenants, in the abure list of appointments, indicates his rank among those of the fame unto VII ?Acceptance, or iml acceptaLce, of app itntmenta, and, In caw ot acceptance, the birtb pi.ee of the ufll' or appo nted, his t>gc and lesldenca, when app Intel, wt'.l. In every case, be prompaty repirtel by the Adyut tut General. VIII ?The Second Lieutenants appointed w'lt Vmran-li ately report, by letter, for orders. t> the tie* 'quarters of the army in Ntw York rity. By onlur. L THOMAS, Adjutant Qonersl. Gcntrsl Oidm No. '4. HK*IM'*KnCK? OK THfc tKSV, ( N?w Yokk, April 18 ISol.j Captain George W. Cu lum, Corps or KegUi ?"S, up poieied on the 9th lostaut an Aid-dc Camp or the Lieu tenant General commanding toe army, with ilf rank o I." utenant Colonel, la h.reny announced as suuh to tbe army. He will be obeyed an I respected accoruiugli. Hv command of Bletiicnuul General Scott. H. l nnorr. Lieut. Col and A D. C. Acting Adjutant General Wood, Eddy A Co., Dltoogtn of ih* Xi STICKY, MISJHItlKI A1?D tlVLAWAR* STAtR LOITKKIKS. Authorized by the Isigtslaturo. The subscribe.* (;onntnlK.<tnnc-.t appointed to superintend the drawing of a Lott-ry authorized by the I?g*Ai? ure. hav ing this day attended the crn? log ol the Kentucky fuu U>t terles for the bem-flt of the town of Frankfort do hereby rec tify that tbe following are the numbera which ware thu day drawn from the wheel:? Extra Clam 229 April 1#, 1861 60, 25, 19, 42, 59, 6, 86, 54, 83, f.0, 2, 32 , 52, 55. Clam ro, April 15, 1861. 73, 64, 74, 72, 53, 38. 29, 25, 6, 11, 69, 7, 18. Witness our hands at Covington, Ky., this Monday, April 15.1861. J. f. NOONAN, 1 JaCKHON SORROW, \ Commissioner* 11KIMAN iilKD, 1 Circular* containing schemes for the month will be mailed free of charge by sending to WOOD, KDDT A CO., Covington, Ky.; 8t Louts Ho , or Wilmington, Del. KoTirK?All ticket* In the Delaware Plate Lottery will hereafter b" decided by the drawing* of the Kentucky State Lottery, at Covington, Kentucky. W.. E. k CO.. Managers. Official Drawing* of K. France A Co.'a Delaware Is Uerifa.?Authorized by act of Air etrbly passed Januaty, lH&'J Mrnnu to tun twenty jre>,r*. Sussex CounT*?Class *1, Drawn April 15, 1 76, 20, 72, 6. 35. 53. 59, 60, 36. 33, 23, 66. Cottsoiii,atkd?Class 61, Drawn April 15, 1861. 3, 9, 16, 73, 33, 19, 13, 44, 35, 54, 60, 1. Circular* sent free of oharire by add reaving K. FRAMCfc k CO , Manager*, Wilmington, Delaware. The Rev. Dr. Cnhlll mill Prearli for the benefit of the Hcueeof the Hood hhcpberd. In Pt Joseph's church, on Tuesday evening, April 16, ldfil, at seven o'clock. Ticket* fifty cents each. Tsa Tray*, Door Mnu and every De ?erlnUon of llotiae Fumlahlng Ootid*, at an immense reditu lion In priaa* at B. D. B aHbKORJDB, Cooper Institute. N. T. illustrated catalogue! free. The Dead Minstrel?Or D*ath of Jerry Bryant, by George e likes. Also the opeatog chapter of a I ?and etory about Qodolphlu Arabian, by a great writer. Iso Trotting prospect* on LoDg Island, New Oil' an* itaees, and a full account or sporting matter* everywhere. Bee WILKES' fel'lBlT, published thia day. 98 Iprtfii Ihaaghae Ovenoati, at EV AlfB', 86 Mid 68 Fallon street ?8 Spring HhMghae Ovtrroafj, at BVAJffi', 66 and 68 Fulton street 98 Spring Ihaaghae Ovtreoati, at JJVANS', 66and 68 Fultoa street. 98 Spring Bhanghae Overeeata, at BVANS', fil and 68 rnlton street 98 Spring Ihaaghae Overroal*, at itVANfi', M and 88 Faltosi street 98 Capes,' ~ M BVAN8', 68 and 88 Fulton street. Spring Clothing.?We Cnll the Atten tion of met., who are about purchasing their spring cl thing toonrsaeortment of easiness Coats, vest*. Paat* and prirg Overcoats. Our assortment of boys', lou'.h* and >o?ng Men's Clothing, saspted to the present and coming seasons was never as desirable and complete as now. ALKKM) MUARCE k CO.,. 6U7 Broadway, under tbe at. Nicholas Hotel Dell a nee Salamander ftafks?With Pa tent powder proof look* and cross ban. Also Are and burglar pr?o* sfdehcarti and parlor Bates. Depot 81 Murray street, oorner of College place. ROBERT M. PATftl .'K The I.add dh Webster Sewing Machine may bow be had for fifty dollar* at JOU Broadway. Wheeler dh Wllwa'i Improved Sewing Machines at roduoed prices Office M Broadway. Batehelor's Mewly Invented Wlge and fmipae* are truly wonderful specimens of art. Call end see Ihees at 16 Bond street, or send for * measure card Moldavia Cream Forres the Hair and Whisker* to grow luxuriantly. Bold at W. A HATCUE LOR'fi newp invented Wig factory. 16 bond street Badehelor'e Hair Dye.?Reliable aad In ?tantaneens? Black or brown Factory 8' Barclay street ?eld aad applied at W. A. BATCBBLOK'B, 18 Boad street Hill'* Hair Dye, no Cente, Black or brown. Best In use. Depot No. 1 Barclay street, and sold by All druggists. _____________ Crtatadoro'e Hair Dye, Wlge and Tow pees the beet In the world.?Wholesale and retail, and the Dye privately applied, at No. g Astor Bourn Trneeee.?Ragah At Co.'e Radical Care Rem, Ms S Vsesy street, Astor House opposlie the church. Barry'* Trlrnpherwna la the Beet and eheepe** article for dressing, beautifying, curling, cleansing, pnwerving snd restoring the hair. Ladles, try It. (Me oy al druggists . E.)>rait'k?ll'i Spring Hlyle ?? UcaUc luru ? Dreaa i'?l "r I no I me lA-efeeuoo oI ??mwouy mud grace ihe hand?Wit ii.i lit* baa er-r tureaii OSR, autl uo4 I. I>? ?.?.rpaa-ed V*) or t-i.here lk- prion a* of yore, ?d So kM'UM^ IIblO, IMfinwntwM. .11* I I li il. Clakka? Dot u. .1 .u ut,,i o. ruing, April 11, at St Ann's idiii'cu. bjihe Rev I . her Farreii, lU;r!iK?>i?U> Cl.ARh * to MjSS NiN UoYlK, OOUi III U1IH C.ljf. IJleil. CV I*-*.?Dn Mingy. April IV Mamy Kins, daughter of 1 P*T'l* k 1. and All K Ot hp, ug*-d 1 yos/ and 11 luot.liwi ItM relatives Ml fiends or tho family ar? e*p?ctfuliy [ invitee to altattd he taper.!. from the hnuee of he> pa raits, 16 Lerov s%ct, th'3 (Tuesday) coou, at twoivo o'ch ck Cleveland (Ohtopapert please copy. CusDon ? on btaus;, Apr:. U, Oat.iariv* Owion, a unlive ol CLurm:e county Oork, Ireland, aged 20 years Tbs lelntlVSS an f-Pn.sof the family, and those of b?-r brothers, deny li and Willi am Condon. are resp'Ot fully 'bvited to atind the funeral, this (Tuesday) alter main at two o'oloc. nrtcUely , frv.ni ber late resilonce, 240 avnue B, ?OiBer d Fourteenth street. Dimmt ?On Moiday, AprU IS, vLaky I.ivaha, daughter of Thomas and C&ua.iue Disney, aged 1 year, 6 mouths and 4 days Friends u>4 physicians tried to save My lutk dinghier from the grave The friends ot tse h.oi.i> are respectfully invited to at teuu the luneral, from 126 Cherry street, ihia (Tuesuay) altemocD, at twoo'ciock Iter remains will be interrol in Calvary Omelet y

South Carolina p tpers pease copy. Doicuir.?Al Ouetob (Long lrlard), on the 16th Inst., EfLhs Mtcaoii', wile of kujamia W. nought;, aged 68 years, 1 moMli and 9 days The friends of tho luntly are respectfully invited to attend tbi funeral, Bomber late residence, without fur tber invitati. n. on WeonecHsy afternoon, at one o'clock. Dowaky.?tin Mouoay, ipiti 16, Mary Kutiimru, he loved daugbler of 1 hiup J. and Mary Downey. The relatives and nenas of the family aie respectfully invited to attend tW fuueial, this ( Tuesday) aiternoon, at two o'clock, iron the residence of her parents, No. 2 > Cherry street. Hir remains will be interred in Green wood Cemetery I1all.?On VI on lay, April 16, Sarah S., wife of Isaac Bad, aged 38 your* Ihe relative* ui 1 friends of the faintly are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Wednesday afternoon, at three o clock, from her iale res'deuce, No 100 Dean Street, Brooklyn. Uer remains will be interred in Ureeu a ood Cemeisi y. kjL>.NSY.?Hk>hyKk-nmi , nstive of Roscommon, Ire laud, in the 3Wlh star ol bis age. ihe it tends o! the tamiiy are invited to attend the fumral, tronr i. s Uteresn:enee, l'JV East Eleventh street, this (luesduv) alirrnoon, at cue o'clo. k. LkxhoX.? On llndi) morn.ug. April 16, Austs Jaak, duogliU i of John tud in ,isa F. I.ennux liit rclalivoj asi trieuds of the family are requested to attend the fLiera!, from the res deuce or her parents, No 70 h'evcn'.h Street, Wllliaiubiiurg, this (Tuesday) alter won, at tour ocr k, without lur.ner n itico ].?>.NOb?UNu 214 w*st btxteeulh street, on Sunday, April 14, CaTiiEKi.vK, wre oi James Lsouon. ihe funtxi.1 vmIi laae pJ tee it the above number, this (Tuesday ) alter do n, at out c* clock Bed.oil ilieU d) papers please 00|.y, MvOoes ' a ?Ot* Monday , Ap?i 16 Chari.ks, son ot Pair ca and Bums lie., nnelt, aged lb 111 -.Ullu= and 14 da; B. The fubcr'l will take p'nee on Wndr.eeday afternoon, at barf pa.*i two o'clock, iioni tn.* resiusbce oi hio pa rtus , No 202 Krc nv street co* u*' of <?or., Itiooklyi. 0 Krnn -"n Monday, Apr'l t&, Ellkx Tkkaha, the bo loved dnughtc liugene and Margi.ret O'Kesfe, ag?Ml 2 y i are unu 2 bionms. The li lends ot the family, and thono rf her late gi-vnd athtr, Daniel 0'l\o<,:r', an re; pcctfully luvilod to atteud th** loncral, iroia 'ho residence ot tiar parents 202 U gh street, Brooklyn, tliU (Tuesday > aiternoon, at hall past two o'clvck Hi a*.-On Hunkvy, April 14 tm*'THY Ryas, agsd 60 yta:s,s native orCenui"U,oounty I'lupeiarr, li.-iand fl's eon Su p'.eu ?uU 'rieiulH aie reepeotfully re iaested to attend Ins tuuorai, fro as DM l.'u ? reaidi uoe, 33 Wabhtug tonst - ",tb;- (l .eiciay) a ternoon, a? thn e o'ciocM. Hi8f> #!M?w1H be Int. itsi in t,iiv?'y tieiuetry. Rt < k\ ?tin M"D'';i; moiuiog, April 46, Hank* Rocky, la 'ho (tin year 01 his age 1 he 11 ien< ? sod re'.u.vs a- rho exempt dromen, also tte ; atrcl w.tch, ?t . shipw gm* aud uaulkars iu general, an* rcspectfsl>y mviied to attend tiiHiuueral, fiotn li a Ikte res. lesce Mnrr e ntroct.on Wednesday afll c: m th* 0 ? 'fx k ,U. i . ,-, ,::i c'uuday , Apl'.l 14 Jl'I.lA M.4RR, wife Of Pan ick h'.ellllu .a ilu : 8th year ??' lei kg a The iciai- .es and fin no - of the ' unit; are respectfully iiu.'.e, to attend Ihe fui .??.!. irvui uer Itte residence, 745 pbc.fi rt** t Hrutdcii ' - (Caoruuy ) aiternoon,at hsU p.i. t thiee o'clock Va>!*iKIIOof ?< n 6ut.d;iy April 14, ia the full hope of a pi ,i?. ,i Tiortsiity H1.1/..1W11 ' trnu i wile of Matthew Vatdeiboot , in the "0?b J e*r ot her a?e. ?he reia' .veb Sltd TrieliuS o. .'he family aid respect full. i vtied toutiond 't e funeral, frort the rosldeuce of her son, Edward A Varderdoof, No. 67 West Thlrty Beventh stu'.'t, this (Tuerda; / afterno m, at two o ci >ck I|, r ieinMii? v i'l he interred in Greenwood Cemetnry \'K-At?iA.> . OuiSunday, April 14, of inllamonationof the liver v s 1;, v TkB'Sa* Vkxsemami, aged$7 years Ihe 'i i' ial will lake place on Tuesday, fiom tho resi dent! Oi ter Ben in law, Ji nu II 1a?iii1?i. H?r remains wnl be taketi to the Cbarchof the Holy Redeemer, in Third rl oe', whert- a ri quiem m ist, will be "llhred for the r. |a?- oi h< i soul at nine o'cirx k A M Her friends i no ihoM ol bet s> u in law, are rc<|ueuted to attend from No 182 Fifth st . et. Was.xkh ?At West Farms, after a lingering Illness, whtel, sit is r with ? hrtslian puti-nce, ol consumption, BrriitKY*, on y dai ghter oi Ji bn and Sophia Warner. 1h? r'lutives std trieids are invited to attend the fcbejIN ihl;1 (Tu rday) a t* riioon, at two o'clock, from tin Refotmcd Duo h chu ih, without further notice. Wau-ii ?i'n luivday, April 16, Fkaxcks Walsh, wife O 0serge Walsh The fr'snc t of the family ere requesiod to attond th fun ral,oti We luerday afteraooe, at tsro o'rlixik, from Ik rgen a trout, vghth house irom Flatbush avenue, Bitokiyn. M18CEhLANEOV8. AC* All- i HI. INDIAN liKKB DA. V Tl'MBLKTT, M J)., f TOD. t.?naria, w 111 <i esc rib# disease ado tell his patients the nt nr. I 'heir complaint or llliieaa, without receiving AO) lnrorm?'l> 11 fr>.n them ho charge for consultation or A4 vice Oft oa ho 4W Broadway, half minule walk from Ml Nicholas llotel. OUR MOTTO. We lice such Raima aa have no atrlff Vt 10 oume or the Laws of Life, With blood our hatrta we never atalm Nor poison Dien to ease (hair fain. Our father, whom all goodness (Ills, Provides the meara tw cure ail Uls, Tli.- simple Herbs, trnratb our feet, A ell used, relieve our palua cm plotu A simple Herb, a simple Flower, Uulien from 'h? dewy law? These, * bene ahall apeak with touching power Of change and health to thee. P. TUMBLBTT, M. & A RADICAL CUBE FOR HERNIA OR RHPTURK. WHITER PaTi-NT LK1BH TKtlKS I 11 tt* and Improved lnstrmrcat, differing In principle and actio* tun all o'berm. A radical erne la offected In alraoel every can, a* bundieoa w ill Uitllj Our Female Happovter* on the same principle. Itraoes for men, women and children one on Arsed haniphleta fffatt* i>h?<<oLY A UO , 25h<>r,d a.reel. New fork. At KYkAHKLLH OI.U HH'KK. mt HHOAuWaI- I Wedding Cards. Thene celebrated engraved Cards eOtd I only at this s'ore. LARGE CGNUEhRION TOR CARH OI U NhW AM) hPLEhDIl) HTOCK CHINA, CLASH ami PARIAN W ARE, fLArBP OOOII0, TABLE CUTLERI. BKONZfcH A>I) CAR FIATUBBM Will be wild 011 'errra ihat Bliiai give ratls'scllon. We meat respectfully solicit our frteede and the public P> favor ua by an sxamiaatoii ut our no da and lbe prices at which we i Iter then, before ?discing elsewhere, knowing tlndacr very well we must oiler greatInducements to secure a portion of public favor. UBO. H. KITCHEN A CO , Mil Broadway. BRTANTc- MINSTRELS. Mechanic s HalL 471 lined way, above Grand street. Engagement of Uejkpp^gw Et^b.plan comedian, EPH HOBN. TiflBBORN. BPH HORN. RPH IlonN. IHI horn. BPH HOB*. RPlI HORN, Ipf HORN. BPII HOUR. ? ONLAY, ktirll B, Ad eiery night. KR7 ANTS' MiNsTRhLh, Meobanlc'e HaU. 472 Broadway Late Janes, Beelie A Co., AM Broad wav, nod Comer of Readc and Centre suveta Bril'urwatbr paint Plie and water proof. Rest oolor for villas, sottsgea ' arns, (l"ct? w v seels; will stanii any weather or disease Depot 74 Maiden Inee W. W. BBlTs, General Agent and eiamme before buying elsewhere All good* warranted A s. fdlffl v.' paid roil RAI1H, CANVAHM. BAGGING, ROPE, And all other kinds of v PAPER MAKERS' STOCK, M CLirRATRTRRET, New Tork wholesale or retail buyere U B BANDUM, Bl eorner of Cedar street B KERB'S COOK1RO RaNOBrt, _ * EDUCED IB PblCE TO BXXTfE r?MEP. For dm ability , neatness of appearance sN ecouurny In tw use of fuel, the BEFRR RANOR bar si ways stood unrlyalleil. and the redaction In prise maket It the cheapest as well as the best 11 bwafdiscouDt to the trade, city and ountry. J AN En, FOWLER, KIRT^AKU A CO., CiARlNIT PI RNIT I RE.?IN CuNMEQUKNCB OP THE J ln''-rruptlon with 1 he South, I have otieoed my Ware rnurs to lbs public at large and will sell Bedroom, Library at d Hir ing snpa, at wholesale prices, made or the heel m asoned malarial, and In toe latest fashionable styles. Cat) .1ULI0If fe. BRAUNBDOBP. Warer'xims, 110 Alvlngton (tree*. M ami factory, a*. 97, w, 101, Ml, 100 and lu7 Suffolk street CMIKNS Rl NNJONR AND 1NPLAMRD JOINTS-DR. ) I.ITT'.KFlrLD'S Improved Shield aid Plaster Is the best remedy ever offered. They are worn without the lewd Inconvenience, and afford Instant relief. For sale at MM )t road way, also at the princli al ilrugglsta In the city. C10RNB, BUNIORS, IRVBRTBD NAILS, RNLAR'JBD ) joints and all diseases of the reel cured, without pain at Inernvenlewmto the (mtient. by Dr. ZACHAKIR, Murgeen Chiropodist 710 Broadway. Refers to pkystolans sad tur tencs of this eltv CHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL 01N ?A LABOR Of voice of this celebrated Gin. intrnhaeed previous te thg Increase^of duUes, enables me to offer gi^ adTsniyye^e CI UN A CO.'S AMERICAN AURNCT AND RBADOI0 I Rorms?American papers kept on Die. Every to for ?ration Interesting to Americana Her'sler kept of Al runs rial ting London. 10 Strand. London England. LA ROB 8PLBNDTD PLATED ICB PITCHER*, M M each. pilver plated Spoons and Porta, ft 79 per donee. Ivory Table Knives 0.1 m ner (losen AtD RaHHFiiv tPN I'ootier Institute, N. 1, owhare. CsB end sea before buying eleewl MISt KL.L.A-WKOUS J_| i ATT # urt BALAAM. HI KcMATleM, BCBOkCLA. 8ALTBHBUM, *0 rt)?u '? lift- b*l?%ro is 11n? roost crrtftin M?d ?Me remedy for. iL? most painful and protracted forBlw thoae aiertswgii *1*. t.itl uicotm, flavor wire*, ery*ip*liui the wont mam t>r lm i>" U ?? ti.ood, liver aiid kidpcys, general dntslKJ dy? 1? pfis luctpu nt consumption, plies, Ac. Prtncipsl dspot.io (trami ?irtw-i 7:. ceuUi per bottle IyAnTiEb Alio I T REMOVING, OB RKFITWNQ THBIB btuiarn, beve now un opportuiil y of obtaining llOl'SK ri KMelUNU GOOD# At eitrrmely low ratea, Ft?R OaBB. T reduce our vviy lu-mj atock, rr cliall oontluue to OtTul uuliumoii.? lb every br?ui"h of our tuiaiue.ia. W i- n vltr < xummallou and c ?uu*rUou, ad both Good* and unci? urr c r>aln ti give aalirfacutm. ItOjik II A b ML* I) I/r ,-sbKIU KNIVF8, par (lot 93 01 1VONY HaMilEIi DINNER KMIVRS, |?r doz Am a Cl?MI'LL'I t a.-Ntjiti MENT Or tiAa FIXTLKBHi throughout. for an ordinary alzrd dwelling bouae, 5 37 M and put up. for ,. ) CHIN#, OLaSS, MIICMOK8 * N P FANCY OOOD8, ElgCALLi LOW. B V. 1IA OHWOUT A CO , 448, 490 aud 193 Broadway, ooruar Broome a treat. lords pnrebaaed and not needed for Immediate use, wU r? atorrd 'lee of experse. IJ*0 BDYERB CHINA, GI.A8K, KILVRR PLATED GOODB AND CUTLERY. bee Hat on another page. OVINOTON WROTH KKM, importers and Jobber*, 338 and 310 Pulton atieet, Brooklyn. rro NEWH Al.fcNTS. i 1 Hp NEW YORK DAILY THI8CNK Having thoroughly nrmpleted lta arrangements to bare all ita torma stereotyped, can now supply all ordera by the early tram" Loplicale seta of plaiv* enable us to print the same matter on two ol line's Lightning Presses at the name ti mo. The great tnereaae In the circulation of the Tribune baa reu derro tbia step absolutely neceaaary, Address (he Tribune, New \orlt T-SrflL AND ECONOMICAL.?HKitBM AN A CO'S I Renzlae for the In itant removal uf crease apota, paint# Ac., Ac., and for cloanlr.g gloves, silks, nbboaa, Ac., equal tc new, without Injury to color or fabric. Bold by druggists; only 36 eetita per bottle. Bee that you get the genuine arLola WHY DO YOU SUFFER WITH THE SPRtNO COM plainta, jaundice, liver complaints, weakness dvapep >ia, heat'at be, 8' ur stoma jh. piles and costlvenrsa, while one ?H rent bottle of Lr LaSulBY'8 boot and Herb Hitter* will purify the blood, elaaass the stomach and bowel*, and make yt u well? bolt) by ell diuggisW. Jl HIPPING N E ws. ALM AH AC LIB WKW TOBK?Till* OAT. ftltlf aistg ft 30 I moo* gvr* m?m aB* BKTS 6 29 | hiou watkr morn 12|IM 1'ort of Ntw York, April 13, lbtll. CI JURED Ship Escelrlor, Swift, Liverpool?S Thompson'* Nephews Bbip K H Culling, Maloury. Liverpool?J A N Smith A Co Bblp H C tirxnt. Illnckicy, Liverpool?BasHOtt, Hacon A Oo Ship Equal Rights. Collier, Bristol?J W Elwcll A Oo Hark Martha a tiwjint, Weaver, Glasgow?Dunham A Dlioou. Hark Snrnb, Onuliard, Cape Palnuis?W 11 Snranton ^haik Reindeer, Wellington, ltartiados?Henry Trowbridge'* Hark Chester, Benrae, New Orleans? N n Hrlgham Hatk Oteunann, Monro, Ell/ahethnort? Master. Brig Independence vHr), Sinclair, St Johns? D R Dewolf. Selu Giulla t Del;, Bui-della, Marsala?Lawreuoe, Giles ACo ^ BchrOpeu Hta, Babbldge, Point Petre?H 1) Brookman A Bchr Norfolk Packet, ltedrlt, A pa I a chic, .la? It Post, bcbr E K Bennelt. In lux. Darlcn?II Keliner. Bchr Enipue, I teed, Noriolk-K P llnrk A Co. Nclir Ivy, lIcnucrAOD, Philadelphia?linker A Dayton. Behr I inuia V.couk, Boston?H W Lew!* A Co. Beh' Clio, Hrewairr, Rnatnii- J \V Mck'ee. Sloop witlard, tlarr, Newport -Master. ARRIVED. Steamship Fulton, Wottna. Havre, April 2. via Kouthamp. ton ,"d ipassed the Needloa at ft PM). witu mdse ami 1118 pas i-engon*, to a M Fox A Geo MeKcnzte. lid iuat, paaaeit ship G Huilbut. nir Hhlnnecnck Light abip Golden Kule, 19 days from la.noon. litu mat, lat 44 lu. Ion til 90, passed a large Iceberg. hbip Mary Glover (of Ronton), Chaar, Co-|UiUibo, Dee 17, with rit)ate Ac, to nr aaier Ship I'n.toctnr, Clark, Liverpool, March 1ft, Holyhead 2.V1, to Attn Bell * bone, lith lual. 4 PM, lat 40, ion 71 30, signal izeii ship Oxenbiitlge. of Boston, hound K. Ship empire, Coomha, Liverpool, March 28, with mdao. to /.erega A t o Shin Will Tell, Konnev, Havre, March 9, with mdae and 442 par-cngeie, to hojil A Ilinekcn March IS, oir otart Point, ? p. ke iblp .Taeob A Marnier from London for Now fork; Dilh, lat 44 6(1 Ion W)?y, signalized ship Gulden Rule from Loudon for New York; Mat, lat 4*38. Ion 23 19. ahip " Euro Utile " o! Rich, bimud R; 4th inst, lnt AH 40. Ion 41 28, apoke lir ship Karl of Derby, tor Liverpool; same .lay, lat and I >11, shit) W lodermere, bound K, 12lh lust, lat 11 27. Ion (14 10. ship In bi rt I real, from ( ai d.If for New vork Tne W T had heavy gal"* In the Channel; was ill days to the Lizard, and 20 day* thenre pi this port Bark Resile as (Br, of Guernaey), Noil, Havana, 19 days, to Geo f Bui ley. ' ' Kark bn>.hers, Adams, Norfolk, for Belfast, Ireland 7th Inst, 1:10 AM, inrnn in contact with aenr Independent (of Wia casceC MeCarly, from Cardenas for new Vork, and carried away ihe hark a cutwater, living ilhhoom and all die h?ud gear, fore and tore topsallyarda, starboard cathead, split liool ?f bowsprit tr.re aatla, Ac The achr sunk In 3 minutes after the collision: Capt Me,i srty, wile. clJld and crew succeeded in retting onboard the liaik In safety, art were brought to tbia pent. (The 1 was built at Wlacasset In 1867, l'O tons, rated A2. and was ov ned at W by J Graves anil others.) The B has had heavy weather since the collision. Bilg Cola (Br, of Lull),CUfton, chlolda,71 days, with mdse, to II A K W' Meyer. Brig t mllle A Celeitina (Hal), Monde, Messina, 52 days, with truit, to Cbamberlxln, Phelps A Co. Brig C W Ring, Cnrbllt, Matanzas, M days, with sugar, to Brut. Bon A Co. Brig Lnanna, Oibbs, Matanzas, 9 daya, with sugar Ac, to Trask A Dearborn Br g Rensiiaw (of Bangor), Pierce, Olenfuegos, 21 days, with sugar, to R P Buck A Co. Bailed in company with bark J C Ntckeraon, for Boston. Brig Meteor, Carman, Clenfuegos, 9 day*, with sugar Ac. to master I Brig William A Mary, Norton, Clenfncgos. 22 days, with mo lasses, pi Brett, Bon A Co. Hehr Montezuma (of Orland), Gross, Carthasena. March 28 with hires Ac, to McLean A Liutz. Rcbr J W Lindsay (of tall River), la'wis. Mlnalitlan, March In, with mahrgsnv Ac, to R P Bora A Co. Had heavy weather from the B all the passage tilth Inst, b arded brig War Ragle, of I blladelphia, with foremast and rudder gone, and assisted in taking off arid transferring her crow to ateamshiu keystone Mate, for Philadelphia. Bchr Mecca (ot W biting. Me;, Sumner, Guantenamo, PR 16 days with sugar, fo JrdKrye. 12th Inst, lat .13 30, Ion 74 50 spoke brig New World, of Hoaton, bound B. I SohrMedora, Morriah, May aguez, March 26, with sugar Ac. to Peck A church. Bchr Mtdota (of Boston), Bartlelt, Manznnllla, March 21. with sugar for Boston Put Into tblapon for repairs, havu tngon the 9lh tnat off 11 all eras, In a gale from EKE carried aw a* mainmast and fore topmast, stove hou es, Ac. Hchr D H Bills, Brown, hmgua, 7 days, with sugar Ac, to Brett, Bon A Co. Bchr Laura Gertrude, Campbell. Fernandlna, 7 daya, with cotton Ae to Dollnei, Potter A Co. Hehr .1 B Myers, Homers. Jacksonville, 8 daya. Behr H R ( armlle, T1 ton, Jacksonville, 17 itays. behr J M Vance, Hurdge, New Smyrna, Fla, 5 days, with live oak, to W O N Swift Mailed In oompanv with ac'hrs C L \*i dervoort. Eagle, and D K Wolf. Behr Virginia, Davis, Bsvsnnsh, 12 dsys, with oottnn Ac, to Malller A fold. Hehr Manhassett, Ward, Charleston, fi daya, with cotton Ac to W allace, Merwisst A ( n Behr L H liavt*, Alden, Charlesp>a, ft day*, with cotton Ae to Jonas Bmlth A Co. * Randolph (of Newark, NJ), MlUer. Georgetown, 6 ? 16 ????", "?'1 "'/y h''1'1' K and b E gales the entire pas. sage. I2tn Inst, off llatteras, fell In with sehr Wave (of Great Egg Harbor;, Bairett, from Philadelphia March 17 for Havan nab, wlih a rargo of slide, t'iok f rom her themlicera nnderew to In number, ami brought ibem to llita port. I be W hail ex perleni ed constant heavy gules, during which sprung aleak and went down a short time alter *h- was abandoned (The W was built in Wilmington. Del, ft years old, and Iftt ton* ) Behr Jonathan ?ay, Cobb, Wilmington. NC. 9 dava liad heavy weather: hp ke ma(b)sv>m. Bcbr Saw, Thomas, Humilton, NC. 14 davs. Behr Mary tilbrou. IVsse, Plymouth, NC, 6 days. Bcbr J Car tie'. Lozier, Alexandria. Hehr R Cornelius, Himonson, Virginia, 3day*. Be4ir A Hoo'li. Bulger, Virginia, 3 daya Bcbr f hrvsnltte, Bmlfh. Virginia, .1 daya Behr Ira Bliss, ilislges Virginia. 3 days Behr Golden Rule. Chambers. Virginia, 3 days. Bcbr lev! Howe, Thomas. Vfrrnla, S daya hehr L Wedmere, Gisuieli, \ iiguiis, 3 daya. Hehr T Bencn'et, Goldsmith, Virginia, A days. Bchr E A I 'onklln. Soper, Virginia, 2 daya Behr .I G Collyer, IMIehecck, Virginia. Hehr B 11 Hoyt, Cramer. Vliginia. Hehr R Clyde, Cocnor, Vlrulhla. Behr Hamoscl. Htlrllng, BaTtlmore. Behr Telegrap h. Nlrkerson. Philadelphia for Providence Bchr T Potter. Rnekett Phlladeiphia for New Loralon Behr Margaret Anna, Ilaywurd. Elltabethport for Rcl Bank Bcbr Lucy Blake, F.vereit, hllmhethpoet for Boston Behr C b Watson, Ualloek. B lizabethport lor Fall Hlver Bchr Jane, Gotham, Enzabethport for Providence Behr Stranger, Anthony, Rlizabeibport for Fort Lee Bchr Emma A Ellen, Brewer, Aloanv for Boston Bchr Sarah, Presay, Port Eiren for Koekland Behr I C Hertz, Nfjofford, Port Ew-en for Boston. Behr N LUlTord, BhtSe, Rondout for Portland. Bchr Tlllle E, Anderson, Poughkeepale for Dbihton jjteamer Wm Woodward, Cundlff, Baltimore, f.teatner J. sephlne. Green, Philadelphia. Bteamar Mar*, fflshola, Phlladelplila. Steamer Comet, Jones. Philadelphia Steamei Po'oni'ka, Nye. New Bedford, Steamer Albatross. Jones, Provldeoce wD/tm. Ship Rohrrt Treat, frrint Cardiff. Bsik Lauretta, Hailey, from POBee. PI. Also, a large number of fore and aft sehr*. There ate a great m?ny vessels at anehor la the I/>wrr Bay, detained by head wind. " ma Steamship Romasta (Itaml, Southampton and iTamburg. an^othenT'1 ?slr?fB"<'l. Plymouth Book, Loudon; Wind at sunset RR, with rain. HiMcllBitoai. Hr*?*.?nir NAanvti.i.r, Murray, hence for Oharle?t >a, ar rived off the boron FrliUy morning, 11th. at3o'clock, ?nd at bar wharf on Sunday morning at ? o'clock. Bee port armaia aoore. Bang Wrnhaji, prevlounly reported aahore on Polndwll Faint, llberapeeke Bay, want Aahore xfier parting both chain* Id a terrific gale on ih? Mb lint All her max' * were cut away without relief, and *he remained hard and fact heading off chore. Kite did not leak tor aeveral bourn, but finally hdged and la now full of water. Brio Rainbow, from New Tork for Harena, abandoned at aea, n porta ?Haded hence March 19, with a cargo of atone and hay MKh. whit# reefing the for-Urpaall. Nlcholaa Bleep er fell from 'he foreyaid and waa loot. I7tk, during a tre mendoua gale from RE, ahlpued a era which atom the lea bulwark* and boat, waahed the dockland overboard, apll: the tnalmopaall, at 7 I'M got out a drag on the larboard bow; I i ring the night the vcael laboteil heavily, and ahlnped ,arue quant I ilea > r watar; at a AM found aha had aprung aleak, w ith two l ? et nf w ater In the pump well. ?*h. the leak aon tinning to gain wtin the pnmpa oonatantly going, con Id not keep her I'm ; and. >ba wealnar mi derating aorac. kept her off for Bermuda llat waa taken off by aaptam of brig M T Kllawnrtb of w Indaor, who kindly tendered uk bla boat and crew; at 4 SO T M when leaving the hrtg, aounded the pumpa and lotind three feet water In the hold; Wl her In lat 3ft ? Ion m "A> 1 he M T Illaworth waa bound to Cardenas whete we arrived April L and I would hereby aaknowledgn the Undue** of rapt ! Lawrence In taking ua from our tinklnij veaaal, and minlaterlng to oar corn fort while on heard hia va??ei; likewlaa to i apt Starrat, of brig Uartaa, for a i rrr from t'aidenaa to thla port Bn Brno Avalan.?uk, fronMayaguer for Philadelphia, with aogar and ftia tea, waa abandoned S4tb nil. In a alnkli g xia Union, ('(near* and ciew aaved and taken to Matesrav . ?<!??*" Low aw, lohnaon, that cleared from VTIIraliw ton, hu, a few day* ago for Jamaica, haa put back to W la a leaky condition Bckr Martha, (of ''heater!, Murray, of 91 ion" burthen, aMlrw dt Martina, on the ltd am lor BeaniortJfHJ. with a cargo of aalt. api nng a Irak on the 3l*t nit in lat W JJi, on 7B 1*1, made for harbor -the n aael became waterl.iggeit. and " Uvea, roar shal had to be. run itbore for the protection of lotto, mo. Veaaal will prove a total Mil no Bona Kkirtt, (of Gull/0*4), from Boston. outward boon t. waa In contact on Sunday forenoon, in the Nnao. ?n a sckr WilUs, at Cutinr, and lost head uf mainmust. aad had Ptit rail and bulwarks bit.ken. the Willie re- elved no darn. ??? **?***??? April u?Capt Orow, of Br bark Palmer, whi* was unking and ? band mo d <>n the b of March, baa ?rrlT?4 1 ?? ">a,h ?a? Hum B.li/e, Hon, for Javerpool, loaded with mahogany, n srwood and logwood. e'.?L"v eJyjh >n. laal evening, bark Arebtinot, <?"o? hew York for Liubita L i?l ? h! k ihJiT' .k !!,*' 1,,n W. encoun.ered heavy SLI1 ? 1h771,h" "h,P ?" h? ln-uii ends, and bad to out AVI ad main and uilzeu m?u and lost rudder? Kimkwai.i., March n?Briiriin itnp.li.humn, Tritr-n 1r*in Bremen for Baltimore (tptta l id pmw-ngers and'general oargod (trnuded last tdgjbt du'.ug ttlck weather, in the Bay of New ark, Sanday, and will likely become >, toial wre< k lai.-nrW and crew ail larded safety. '* - Pti Kiiao, March 36?ibnt kie'tatn. American bark ? 'i r hell, I rim eebaatoraol lor "araei.h a, which went An'sbatd ne-r Viut.sia Match If, auliered eonaldarwbly r- .... ? wtnda on the'ilat March and idled ere the manageable ?r?7 clca ol her enrgo could all ho dUeharged. a second survey waa held on the 3tth March, and icpnned that being brokim lu the keel she csnn'H he saveu, and that having worked deeply Into tbe aand, he continuance of the reouvery of thd cargo baa become n.nat difficult and expensive. Brig Bonita. brought into Savannah aume time since aa a alaver, waa aold at auction Tueeday la-t. She waa knocked off to Messrs Hunter A Uamniell for #146, .subject to a mort gage tor $iZ,UAi. Spoked die. Ship Star of the Urlon, tiornam, from Boa ton Mareb t fa* San Francisco, no date, bit 33, ion *1. Ship Syren, tin en, ltd daya from Beaton for San Frsnctacn, Febat. .at us, ion 34Su tao repotUxl. Probably aaip sun. roc, Irvine, from liuatnn .Ian 17 for San Frandtco). Ship h lying Cloud, Winsor, from London Feb 3d for Auolm lla, March IV, lat 3d lis d, Ion 34 W. Ship hi la K Badger, Bllduga, from Callno Jan 26 tor CortL Feb 6, lat 34 13 S, Ion 9i 37 bhip (iale.no, LeavUt, hence for NOrleans, April 8, lat 34 46. ion H4 an An Am alilp ahowlng algnol with red ground, white aquar in centre and teller k, waa seen Feb 36, lat 17 S, Ion 33 W. An am ship showing a square Hag, 3 rml and 3 white tnaa glea all converging In tne centre, bound S. was seen March ? lat 6 N, Ion 34 W. Bark Hotuiua, t'artwrlght, hence for llong Kong, Feb 31. lat It 41 N, Ion 26 .13 W. Baik Texian nlar, Ismd. from NOrleana for LlveroooL Maiuh 31, 176 mlleo KHh, of l aoa a 1.Outre. Brig Cosmos, from Last Machioo for Olenfuegoa, April T. lat 2927, Ion 67 56. An Ahi brig steering N by E, showing a white signal with a black ball and letter F la it, was passed March 38, lat 36 ML Ion 63 30. Hchr Wild Pigeon, 10 daya from Kan Franclaoo for Mazallaa. Match ?, off Cape St Lucas. Behr Valuta, 9 day a hence for Matanzas, April 1, off Ber muda. flrhr Naiad, of Baltimore, April 9, 6 I'M, off Cape liatlerad. fwnr Vt esteru Star, ol Boeton, April 9, 4 I'M, Cape 7" WNW 13 mlies. Foreign Porta. Amwi.nr, April I?Arr Ilero, Lovelaad, N York. Bid 31?t, J C Kuhn, Mom, Shields. ^Bid from Flushing, 3iat, Elizabeth, Hamilton, Harding, ? Hm- iiif, Mar-Ji DC?Off the Weaer lighthouse, BimudM Wi-mmus i'i tin NY oik. Wakcy i oh a i March 11)?Arr Arnable Teresa, Bur la, N0*? Irani 30th, Tuga, Koig do. t'AKoirt, Match 30?Arr Orescent City, Badgar, aid OaaaB Parl-a, Percy, Liverpool wlrt 2rtn, l.ury Ring, fhurlow, II* value, 1, M t owperlhu&lte, Rogers, Guaa. < iikistiaba, march an- Arr yxcl, Kkrlund, NOrlotili; Ja> lr, Pe.ciH.ui, Charleston. Cauiz, Match IB?Arr Dercy, Mings*. NYork. Bid 2lsL Carrie Hum, . liuu, NYork. Cohstantinoplk, March 14?Arr O J Kershaw, NIahai* lbiall; 1Mb, llrnry I1PI Vtateon, NYork, Oam.in. March 16? Arr ship Alh-giianean, liarstow, Pana ura; bar k Marllra Weuzi-11, Brara, Melbourne; 17th, ships aM? ncr Stt-Dou, Stetson. Chin-has: 18th Dions, Kales, and 9 iliikcr, Allen, do. hid nth, ships Mary Oguen, Hathaway, liampt.n beads; 0 W A hue, I'endleiou, Cork for urders; ltuli, Alien Counce, Winger, do do; 17th, Joseph lials, HM ve ur, oo do In port 19th, ship Rose Standlsh, Hutching*, ohtd to loaf guano on Bolivian coast ai $14 to Baltimore. Cakthagkha. March 26?no am vessel In port. IiKAL, apiil 1?Air Oui Union, Packard, Loudon for Car dill (and *ld lid); 2d, ConUneul, Ulbbs, Callao. Sid iOat, Ctm. clnnaius, Loane, NYora. Dublin, Maicli 2S? Arr Syrian, Wilson, and Vlrld. LrOor lb, NY. ik, April 1st. Caper Wild, Torgtsou, do; Vlkin (ilutsun. Phi udelphla, Ku.hoi th, April i?Arr Tuisku, Jesseu, San Fran. Glasgow, March 29?Arr Disraeli. Logan, NYork tiiiaaaoca, Msr.b 30- hid Kotriua, Martin, NYsrk; 31*1. Bernard, Hubbard, do. Hayiik, Mur.k 28?Arr Pyramid, Hleepsr, NOrleana; 19t^ Hainoaet, Mcnear, Charleston; 30th, Georges. Sister, Nkorkx hiltn timd, hllay, Nunnans. Sid 29th, Harvest, Hortag. Wbtelds and United Slates. In port April 2. Battler, Almy, for NYork 6th; Wm jvelaoa. Ch.cver, fordo 10th; Knnny, Wick*; Evening Star, Robin son; New hru|iire, bandnli; Geo 1'nahody, llowes; Maid of ? hlcaii.-, Dennis; N?ith American, Lure; Geo Hurlbut, Mas ton; New Hampshire, Lord; lluirasi-ekut, Wails; Lududa. fciultb- Silas Gtcenman, Webber: Jonn Pattan, Potter; Ota rlna, Dwyer; W IIlaid, .Mitchell; Atlantic, YYllilatui; K.ska way, dsn la; l.ouoa baton, Maxim, vt m Proihingham, stet son; KM MillK, Sturgea; l.ucgo, Stevens; Kniina, Agry, H llazeillne Drinkwater; Port-mouth, Weeks; Might Hawks; nhainrock. Drunimund, Naples, f trout, Pyramid. Sleeper; ocean Steed, I ox; Win W'ltherlen, At>vood; Chit* Da. enport, Keller; Emuy C wtarr, Kainowl, oamoaet, McNsnr; Georgia, Winter; Ellen Iliad, Knhy; HeguJuH, T i m f M J iq. w> Vanguard. Hullelt, and Howard, Stanwood, uuo. Mamiiiihg, March 29?Sid liom C'uxhaven Wm A J ana. Brown, NOr.'esns. Hi i.vokT, Man li 3"?Arr \ wode Gaina, De Hroot, Bmlea. Uosolvlo, Feb 22?,S1<1 oark Constitution, Punier, Vieto.1* slid teekalet. Livs ki-ool, March 20?Arr St lotwrence, Hayes, Savannah: Jessie Bovle, Kawle. end O'lliyen, addicks, NOrleans; Oer hane, apr'l 1st, Kdw Stanley, Nichols, and Gen Nowell, Now ell, Boston. Caroline N-smith, Cousins, ana Wm. Cham berlain, Knapp N York; Ann fc, Hoiiper, u<Hiper,andbt Louhk Johnson, do, Avon, Mourns-, Charleston, Tiansu, Mlnot, V"f Louisa Bliss, V iaiielle, llm jua; Wm Woodhury, M'Leilau. Hanfax; David wtewarl, Prenllaa, Baltimore; Edward! '1 hompson, bavannah. 1 Id March both,Chan Hill, Fznall. Calcutta; St Peter, Lewi a. 1 'lha, W m finger, l-ailv.Ualllai^N.S; Con.-ul, Hayden, Baraat nah; Manllua, Biay, boatou; Apni 1st, Uleudower. Emerson. N York; America, falter, do; Gerhard, lunges, do; TlvoU. MP hereon do; Katahdm Perkins, bavannah huuandn Curry, Halifax; 8 E I euigren, Hurilick, Mell/e. hnt out 30th, Camperdown, Camerun, N York; Qlaagow (?l. do; Dumber, Jordan, Kt John, NB; April lit, JacnbMortoa. Cook, Calcutta; Growler, Walts. 1 auiden Me; Henrico vua Gagern, Maimers, NOrleana; K-d*r (a), NYork and Halifax. No; farah Park, Pendleton, NYork; Iaaac Webb, Hutchin son, do, Udelia, Bee-eiing, do; Thereee. Chandler, do: John Bryant, tiardner, do; North Briton a), Portland; Prank Bi iilt, Morse, Quebec; Abhy Blanchard, Walte, fhejiac. Pita James. Under wood, tjuebec (entered March 19 tor WavannahY. Lonpos March 3t-ArrWm J Marrla, Jaakaon, CaJcuUa; April lat, Nrrelde, Preymuth, NYork; laUod Ouoen, Cooror Miuatitlau. 2d, hla. k prince, Hw.wn, Han Krsnclsoo. Cld loth, C Grinnell, speuoer, N Y'ork (and arr and anohoraM at Deal. April lati; April lat, Mary B Rich, Rich, Matanzaa. hnt outvjOti), iietly Perltiacb, Hlohrn, Su KrioolMO Hid Irom Graveaend April lit. Mien Stevena, llowe, Cutak Mi.hm.na, March 17?*id Carolina. Vincent, Button. Mihatitlah, March 16? In port bark Harvest, Austin, far Liverpool log. ' Nhwi-A.sTi.it, April 1?Ent out. Ajace, Lauro, and Marahaak. Carr, lor NYoia. ... - ??, NawroKT, March 20?Arr Wellflwt, M'GUvery, Havre Pobtlahh. March 31?off, caallda, Stafford, from BalU mo?ft for Rotterdam. Plymouth, Match 30?Off, Vanguard, from Mobile foe Ij avn*. . P Aim so, March 22?Arr Fury, K-nt, Boston ltd Tahiti 0avi-a,Genr-a fhl lyih, C R C, f 1- n,NYork; 22a ,da.Mor* rlson, Plilladi-lphla (before repf 'h for Wuaion' Vcaaxvrowa Match 30? hid P H'Uulre (from Ham Francisco), Liverpool. RKMnmos, March 31?In port b . /o i, Foat-r, from Port lan'l, dlsg hrtiis lltdalRo, W'tmicmoEe, loi NYork, do; A P K'lukrr, fsrrd, lor B.mP.n 2 days; u Aditiu*, York, for Port land, hall loaded; G W isnier, brewer, iroiu Cardiff WithooaL srr 28tb, achrs.) 1* Wetherel', Llnneklu, iium Mobile, dlsg Elizabeth A Jane, Anderson, lor NYork, wta, George Mam-* ghfcm, Wcudder, for do ldg. Bum.ml March 10-ait AnUoch, Sylvester, and Qeneaed. M'lntyre, Hamburg ^ Hi am HI.AMI, March 30?Bid Manrarel Rose, Stuparich. and Bpniigtluwcr, Murray. NY Cm k; l'L.to, -JoKghtly, d - kou til ami-ton, March 30?Arr Jsa Monigomc'ry, Pie, NYork. Ksykn.i, Match 9?Arr Dsmel Webswr, Ryder, BosPm 121 h, Andrew i amey, Mavo, Con?tan<luople. firm.A Lioir 1-en 18? In p>rt bug W* it Joiic-, a id a J'th-m bnrk 1 iioon, March 30?81d Retreat, Young, N York. thiK-ri. Marr h 31?Arr Greg .n, Cha.e, N Tork. Arr Prairie ?lrd, A lter, N Yerk. hid.itsh I'linlce, lot*, and Marinua, Ke. uin, N York: WN liam, Dellkchow, do, ' A in erica ii Ports, BOSTON, April 12, P M?Arr Br brig Active, Malanaon. Bt MArtini; rchrGen Vtazle, Gallncsr, I'orl an Prlone Cld briM MolIIcvIIo, Oovens. Port au Prince; Alruooabah Conn? Man/at ilia. ? IIUi?Arr ship Oxenbridge, Hosrland. Tome via RIoJaaM ru; Br bar a Major Norton, Uernor, Metal na. lei barka W 46 At derroe, from Cape Good IIo|s), i-.nd Velma from Mess ? k7 L r si * ' . raansou uregogy. Horace Baal Ahll, brigs Bhmmer, Manzom; and from below, ships Ktl? belh CushliiK. Western Star, barka Oak, and Octavio: hriaa Pico. Ocean Telegraph and Betsy Ames ' Iftih?Air (by teli, barks Karanai-, Surinam; H-otland C?R dera, AUce Fainter. NOrlcaua; J C Hick :1s, Clenfuegua; R Wright, ,lr, Rfili.ilcgton. brigs Foatsr, Oonalvea, iduie/lla. - Kuthnian, Suriham- A P riuk-r. Remedius; ^??' "Ll.Bucephalus, .Vorsmle. CHlKLBlTOh. April 10?Arr ihlp Mackinaw. Hamiaar and Gondar, (b-odlng Liverpool to o?ng bark J A Baaard > Id ahip Hortensla, Alklna, PWIadalnhia; Hwed bark PeJar Dlckaon Borlin, ALtarrp; scbrs F Warn-n. Davis, Ws-hiac. ton, NC, Blair. Howard, Hcfofd, NC; Ho-ac? E WruwaL Warrrn, MaltiDWii- Bid baiks Roinarauud, Tb-impson. larsr Kil, Chrlsilan, IVright. Rotterdam: schrs R (J Whlldeu Naal tloa; Jimi H loonc, I'-nninipon, NOr euna; Nancy it Ha! gar, l ooslns, Wnat Indhw; M B i arltsle, Rvfler, Pro/ldenee Fied Wamii, Ceoruha, <*e r-etown, 8C; Rbht Ul'liiian. Smith' n io.1;, A iltsioP, Ryan. J a.-Y soot ill... i.ii.kjivWl. ' ^ ?b-Whsl!p RlrnvUJe, Buf. ioCli' 7^1' 1 1,1 FvNiora. Scr tt, Lfv-r A ''7 U,' Ir"'". Hanson, aniwr.p. Br bark Prima Doa S^'i?.? 7'* '"^ond'-rry; hark hea HaiUtt, U-ile, Havaaa Uy, {a.lad"Th?a ' Wmi iWh- ait sleaniihlpa "fw-d. Ernst Merck, TlnginvlaC Loa 1llabana, M.-l ..on.-ll, Havana; ships Assyria, laha. iiwrpn. J who.ding etar. IrulkihaakA tlv^rJSl Holyhead, i olr. navre, p.all'-nd. Smith, Liverpool bark Oa f i-haa stanetl, Gregory. Cork for orders. br'gaAAChamnaa Laiireni, Havana. Cygiet, Danea', St Thomas and a market on the roast of Alius v G ' 'uri-U, Watson Bo-ton I* . h* b<u" "n tB* -H 'nst, snip Ftank Pierce and La se* hark hloralldsd. Tv>wed to the liar -n ibe 3d ship .I Waha UeiL. audio sea bark T A Tie ship De YV|,t ciftirtnorT viouily reported ia having gone to aoA on the 23d March' waa lowed to -?a on the 9th in- * wanja, waa i A- ? Ph'^S?Arr_?>r1g RUea Stewart. Oal^ er Beverly, Pierce, NYork . Sbr- ' Ftrtland; I-abel T^Ior, S^n.ngv,, Murriti. Hn?tnn: K J KUmlttMl Hiubnrr, O B 5 ;; ",?n-^'''-Hav. .ii. k nigi.t, G.rm^;rti^T,7Ww ao!u2'i^ wiuil' f.n7' m; -1--* Neil son, Hull Tannine, ""I""". Boelon Bid ship Laocaatar. Deoen, 14th?Arr sehr R >bbie W* Dli on. Marts, Cienfusgos; la lisa Dneen MAyagnez. , PRO! IDEsi K, April 14?Arr ?i.v>mer tVesi-heater, J ?orta FYork. Sid sloop E, Wf>rsgus, Gibhs, NT rk. 14 h?Arr steamer Pel -n, BaZer. NT-'lk, sehr (Jeo Figa Nlek.-ra.n, Pbllsdelph's He' -chr Nlgh'lngs e, Bsngs, Pkf adelpbia. hid w-hr I n. os. tVvt; ami -i.--p NeoturM, Davis, kllaabetht-irt. PI.TMOCl 11, April f?i 3d ?chr Pavlllloa Baker, NYork 8AVANN * H, *1 G! ID- trr hark lit. ward, Flookney. Liver pool. Cld brig Ball!* Jackson. Hy.-r?, MatanzAv; schrs Sardk June, Harrlman, Norfolk: K 11 .shannon. Marts, Jaeksoavile. Luther Child, Kelly, Norfolk ww. ^ensavtie, f ALEM, Apni 14?81,1 sehr Flyaway. Da. is, PhiladelDbia WASHrS?TiiN TKR, Feb *-At l.ekalet, ahlpTiilk^a. Ryder, for?-, Ida. ?WlLMTNoTfiN. KC, Aprl' 12 -Arr hark Chas RmKh (W birt, Cber esi n, ?-hr. ?e-lng, Tall, hail-toB,bownd U, Rm t va^.i .. Beol ?'Means. Wells, r.irto Rico; oa P Cake SldhotL W WfacAWAST1' FtannartrNTori ^ Ywk ^ A|"' ,0-in-arhr Emblem, Gr.ves New Al7.a^d*rtiAI'm o,'Lnl 7.rr "Thr '?"?o H'arkl. r, Lovaif. aadrhTtnak kwU, Alaa Ntork. ' 8?lth. 6?<1 iltfc. A U Salter, F?,h,