Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 3, 1876, Page 10

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 3, 1876 Page 10
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WASHINGTON. ?ROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. Wishinutu.n, June 2, 1876. iN EXCITING SCENE ANTICIPATED IN THE HOUSE?POSSIBLE AJtBAIUNMENT OF MB. BLAINE FOB CONTEMPT IN NOT PBODCCING "THE PBIVATE LETTEBS." There is u possibility of an uucouiuiou scene In the louse ol Representative* in connection with Hie Blaine ctters. Mr. Blaine took the ground to-day belore the committee the I they wore his letters and that he had ihe right to roiuse theui to tho committee. Ho did so 'cfuse, though he added that be would Invite the chair nan of tho committee, Mr. lluiiton, a democrat, to tome to his house as a private individual, but tot as a member of the committee, and read thein. The committee inclino to the view, however, that they have a right lo require him to produce them, and that if ho refuses they may bring him belore the House lor contempt. The examination has proceeded betoru a sub-committee ol the Judiciary Committee, and a meeting ol tile lull counnitlen ig called lor to morrow morning at half post nine o'clock to daleruune the question whether they shall, in cuso Mr. Blaine re luses a lurthcr demand, declare him in contempt and bring him ;o the bur of the House, if they should de cide lo do this, it is understood that they will proccod i t once to-morrow 10 summon Mr. ltlaino, and il he refuses to produce the letters report tho matter to the House immediately for its action. A TEBB1BLE BLOW AT TUB CBABC1E OP HA EN El' AGAINST SPEAKKB KEBB. The testimony of Mr. Strouso In the case of Speaker Kerr to day put a new light on the case, and there is vol other testimony to corae which will break down tho whole charge. Mri> Kerr's friends mean lo keep the defence private, so far as tliry can, until the prosecu tion havo entirely doce, when they will proceed. THE WAB ON THE RESUMPTION ACT ?ATTITUDE OP SUNSET COX INTIMATION OP A MOVE MENT TO STBBNOTBEN THE INFLATIONISTS. There is sumo excitement among tho democrats sbout the attitude of Mr. Cox, ciiauinan ol the Hank ing and Currency Committee toward the Kosump'ion ?cL Ho is understood by many of bis Irionds to be willing to report a nill lor the unconditional repeal of the act. The lost democratic caucus required the Com. iiiiltee on Rules to report a rule allowlug the Hauking and Currency comniitloe to re|>ort at any time, and tho avowed object ol tins was to cnablo the committee to report a repealing bill. So far, the Committee on Rules has not had a quorum and has not, therefore, acted, and tho Hanking and Currency Committee has not yet agreed upon any measure con cerning the Resumption act. Tho vote of the House to repeal would have no practical oiled, as the Senate would not concur, but it would doubtless strengthen the Inflationist* in the West, and is considered here as a movement in the interest of Mr, Hendricks, or, as somo malicious people say, of u ticket composed ol Hendricks and Cox. II any movement is made toward repeal it is probable that a demand will bo made to have the Resumption act read to tho Uouso by the clerk twice a week for two weeks before a vote Is tnkeu upon it, ns it is suspecleu that but a small minority ol the members havo ever taken the trouble to read or study it. Tho asual argument against it is that you can't resume in 1879, which Is not true. FROM OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT. Washington, June 2, 1876. ? HE BLAINE KANSAS rACIFIO BOND SCANDAL? A NEW CliEUIT MCBILIER TO BE LOOKED INTO NEXT WEEK?ALLEGED ALTERATIONS OF A C OURT RECORD. The Kuusas Pacific bond scandal against Mr. Blaine will coinv up next week, as a seoarale matter of Investigation, by the committee now prosecuting the Little llocK boml scandal, Hercloloro tho subject lias been cuntiued to newspaper gossip and to a sharp con troversy in print between Mr. Blame and Mr. Kiddle. Meantime the committee subpa-aned several witnesses, who wore reported to be able to enlighten them con cerning the alleged transactions betweeu Mr. Btaino and Joseph I). Stewart in counectlon with tho con struction bonds of the Kansas Pacific road. One of three, Mr. J. A. Green, a republican lawyer, of St. Joseph, Mo,, who was Stewart's counsel in the preparation and management ot his suits against the Kansas Pacific road In tho United Mates Circuit Court, at Topeka, Kansas, arrived here last nighi with all the original records upon which tho case was procured. Another of these witnesses, Mr. J. I*. Upshur, who was attorney ol the Kansas 1'acifio road in the suits, and is now con nected with tho road, will arrive to morrow, having in his possession the original of the letter which has been widely printed of late Irom Joseph Stewart to John I> Perry, tho President ot the Kansas Pacitic road, in which it was stated that he, Stewart, was still tinder obligation, to deliver construction bonds to Thomas King, Jr . James Blame, C. D. Sherman and other par ties. Mr. I ? reon has in his possession a schedule of all claims against the road He says that in the original of the Stewart letter, wuicli he has seen and with which lie is familiar, the blank lelt bslnre the name "Blame" in the transcript sent up Irom the Kansas court to the Supreme Court here was Oiled with the name of "James" and not "John. " He also says that it was the understanding before tho Court, aud in the argument of the case, that it was James Blulnc and not John lilalne who was the party to these transac tions. He lurther says that where the record sent up to the Supreme Court speaks of the "Hon. James l.me, ol Washington," the original record ol Stew art's examination contains instead the name of ??Hon. James Blaine, of Washington," utid that all these changes of tho naino "Blaine" were mado in the record alter It w.is produced beloro the Court in Kansas. Witnesses will also testify to the fact that there was ? Credit Mobiller connected with the Kansas 1'ucillc road, lormed ot the officers and a few stockholders, who divided ten or twelve millions in excess ol the cost ot the road. This Credit Mobilier got all of the securities of tho road, aud tho bonds, and the land granted by t e government. The total cost ol the road was only about $23,uoo a mile. GENERAL WASHINGTON DESPATCHES. Washington, June 2, 1876. THE COAST OF DAltOMtY BLOCKADED. Official Information has reached the Department ot Pill* that alter the ;iOth of June inst. the coast of l?'iomey, between latitude 132 dog west and 234 dog. east, will be bloc Haded. THE NAVAL INVESTIGATION. OOUltSE or SECRET A lit KOI; KHUN AS DESCRIBED BT THE CHIEFS OF Bl"REACH -NO INTKRFEIi* ENCE WITH Til i*. DISCllAltOE OF THK.IK DUTIES. Washington. June 2, 187A Rear Admiral C. B. P. Hodgers testiOed before the House Committee on Naval Adairs to-day that be was chief of the Bureau of Yards and Ii < ks Irorn Septem ber, 1871, lo September, ls74, and is now Superintend ent ol the Naval Academy. While witness was chief of the Bureau Secretary Robeson never Interfered in any vay or manucr with itie making of any contract or the flsiug ol any price, nor did the Secretary c*er interfere wi:h his action in regard to any existing contract, ex Copt in one instance. This w.is when he, a* Chief of tho Bureau, proposed lo annul the contract of 8. P. Brown, of Washington, to Itimiih granite lor a ?:rjr dock at the Mare Island Navy Yard, on me ground that lirown had failed lo comply with its term.? and had no means of doing so. Brown, how ever. Ihen brought to the department evidence proving that he and Ins son hail purchased a quarry, and that he had built the dry dock at New Y'oik, aud insisted that ho would lurnish the granite in t.me to tie us'd, ulid at a price about hall as ureal as the department would probably have to pny In case new prop.i-a!? were invited. Secretary Hohoson informed Admiral Hodgers thai he was averse lo losing the chance ?t get the granite so cheaply, aud as it was not needed immedi ately, Browa should be given further opportunity to turni.-b it. tho Admiral had grave iiouot* as to Brown's ability to lulftl his pruin.se*, but ha be lie veil thai, under iho ciicuBuuncen, IheSecretary could noi well do Otherwise. The wtines- in response to a question Irom Chsir man VthiiMior'ne. said ho did not remember seeing a telegram from Senrlor Sargent uateU San Krancisco. June 17. 18.a, slating that Brown was not engaged in Ibc t>ni w?i frying to iwy out f*lD?r contractor!, lo "gouge" the government, and that one ttriffin wm the lowest honest bidder. He lelt obl>i,od to sward the contract to Rrown a* the lowest bidder under the department advertiaemeni, although tic did not hclievo lirowa would fulfil it. Subsequent eveuts Justified hi* judgment, and ttie government bad to par a price tv? Ice at high a* Brown's bid. At tbo time liu proponed to auuul the contract, however, Mr. Gritlin deemed to furnish tbe granite at lo?s thau the price subsequently paid. lu reply to a question put by Secretary Robeson witness suied that Kobeson had never directed him, suggested or hinted to bun to favor anyone, and had never interfered in any manner as to prices or the pur chase of supplies lor the Itureau ot Yards and Hocks or lor tbe Naval Academy. Witness knew nothing ah.nit any trausler of $75,000 from bis bureau to pay the Huuicrlord claim, nor about au order to the pay master at I'enaacola to draw a draft for $5,000 so as to prevent an appropriation from lapamg into the Treas ury. lu reply to the question of tbe Chairman whether ho had not assumed unauthorized power in hi* manage ment of bis bureau and violutedthe law wblch re quires all naval appropriations to be expended under she direction ol tne Secretary ot tbo Nuvy, Admiral Rodgcrs saiu ho did not ilnnk' so, ami explained that except in regard to matters outside of the usual routine It was uot necessary or customary to receive special orders from the Secretary. Admiral Howell, who succeeded him as Chief of this Bureau, gave testimony to tbe sxuic purport as to his freedom from any attempted tavoring lulluenco or lntcrlerepce In contracts, &c., on the part ot Secretary Robeson. Surgeon General James C. Palmer, Chief of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, also teslided that Secretary Robeson lias never interfered in regard to persons or prices in his bureau. Chiol Kugineer William H. Shock, who has acted ns Chief ot Itnreau ol Steam Engineering at intervals dur ing V- Robeson's adrullilsti auou, next examined. He lostilied that the secretary uever suggested per sons or prices to linn or dictated nny contract made by him except the contract with John Koach k Sons, ol New York, lor the machinery ot tbe Tennes see This contract was, however, recommended by him (Shock) as being for tbe interest ot tno govern* menu and il had turned out well. Tins witness uad gone to the Mediterranean 011 tho Tennessee, mid her machinery was a great success. She was steaming at last accounts thirteen and one-hall knots |rt hour, and beating everything in those waters. No adve< ttsomeni was published ami no proposals invited lor ibis contract. It was made on a private oiler and Ins favorable report thereon. Tho witness was examined at considerable length concerning certain departures from the contract specifications that were allowed, and especially in re gard to the diminished space provided lor coal bunkers. He tcslilied iliut these changes were sauctioued by a board consisting ot the C'hlel of the Bureau ol Con struction. the i htet ol the Bureau of Steam Kugineer tng and tbe Naval Constructor in charge, and that they were lor the interests ol the service. Ho slated that the contract was to produce certain results as to speed, consumption of coal, &c., snd thai theso results were f-atisiactorlly obtained. Tbo ship bad douo Her work with less coal consumption than was coitlcmplatod by the contract. He could not state how much the contractors had snved by tbe changes ol plan, but he believed it was not much. They wero paid the mil contract price. Commodore William M. Jellers, Chief ol the Bureau of Ordnance, testified that Secretary ltobeson bud never dictated, suggested or Innied to hitu to favor any person, nnd had, in (act, murlerred less lu the man agement of the Bureau than any Secretary he bad ever known. The Secretary hud been kept mliy posted as to its general operations,_ but be (Jellers) bad con trolled all routine matter. 'The Secretary had once directed him to pay a certain bill. He (Jellers) made ono contract with Noimuu Wiurd (i very plausible person who hud captured the Admiral ol the Nuvy nnd the two naval committees of Congress! lor som'o ordnance experiments. Ho liiinseli did not believo in \Vlard's theories, but in view ol Wlard's large follow ing lie thought It wise to give him this contract in order to demonstrate tho fallaciousness, believing if this were not done greater amounts would be expended thereafter and tho safety of the navy perhaps endangered. lu reply to a question by Secretary Hobeson witness said that*!lie ultimate success was usually the result of tnuny (allures, and stated that it costs $50,000 to sub ject a fifteen inch gun to the extreme test ot Iracture. In response to the Chairman wttm ss explained that some remarks of bis dorogu^y to Mr. Wlard wero stricken out by Secretary Hobeson, not from his ofllcial bureau report, but from a skotch of its operations, c., which he furnished to tbo Secretary for use In tho tat ter's annual report. George K. Cutler, purchasing paymaster at Now York, and A. \\. Russell, purchasing paymaster at l'hiladelphln, testified that Secretary Hobeson has never attempted in any way whatever to influence tho respective purchases made by them in open market, and has never otherwise attempted to favor any person through them. Adjourned. TOMPKINS SQUARE. AX EAItNEST PROTEST AGAINST ITS CONTIN UANCE IN ITS PRESENT DREARY AND DESO LATE STATE. Between seven and eight thousand persons, mostly residents ol the tcnotneuls ol the neighborhood, were gathered around a bi taker's stand last night in Tomp kins square to protest against the neglected condition of that now dreary territory. A brass band played for and a numher or speakers addressed tho meeting. Herman Authenried, Justice Otterbourg, Coroner Elltnuer, ex-Assemblymen James Dayly, I.uko Cozzeus, D. T. Griffith, K. l'cros, Patrick Hums and others were the speakers. The following preamble and resolutions were read and adopted by a unanimous vote:? Whtrtw th<> iltisens of the I l.uventh and Seventeenth wards. in mass iiiceiltiit assembled, considering that the I'ark Commissioners In destroying Tompkins square Park. for the professed purpose of beautifying the mine. and with the evident iiiteniijn ot not c arrying oat their professions: whereas tho park not only l>t*in>f in a condition ol 11 chaotic wilderness, hut in appear ance and from the so-called work done a public nuisance, detrimental to the health ot the whole surrounding pupulii tion. therefore, lie it Keselved, That w? earnestly protest airnlnst the condition of th'> pi rk and demand iinmfiliate n dress. lull well kno*. inu that tiir e i? a pieiitltul Mippt> ol' onev mid nothing iiiilie?aynf lOmpWtinir said park, hut a Just regard on the part of tlie Commissioners for the wanti. rights and interest* of the po 'pie of this district, who pay their share of the tuxes levied lor t'>e purpose ol' constructing and maintaining our public parks, Keaoived, as citizens, we die -rtull.v submit to any obliga tion Imposed upon ii* for tho Interests ot the community, hut we deprecate the Idea which seems to misdirect the ad ministration of our public service, that men In official positions consider themselves the master! and not, as they aie, the servants of the people, und we will never submit to the abuse of power, which ha? been shown in the management ot the so-called Tompkins M|uare improvement, and we will bv our v ice and vote at the proper time hold those that are responsible for the disregard ol our rights. Iteaoh ed. To appoint a committee of ten to investigate the responsibility lor tii- present condition of Tompkins Mjusr- and take ?uc!i Heps as the committee see neces sary to carry tint the law tor the Improvement of Tompkins square. and, >1 Tied bo. to prefer charites to the Mayor ai;aln-t the officials who under the law arc to bo held re sponsible. Iteaotved. That we pled>." our hearty support to the com mittee to be appointed and that we w ill respond to any call made on us I j the same fur the purpose of carrying out the object of this meeting. The committee provided for in the resolutions was compoecd ol Henry Scliaelcr, Dr. J. llalsor. Joseph Wongler, M P. Dodiu, John Kelly, Loreni K rciiltof, Andrew Carey, K. Pearls, John Kosler, Henry Prcelciug. THE COMPTROLLER NOT RESPONSIBLE. Com pi roller Green says Ibnt he hits been unjustly charged with the responsibility lor the delay In prose cuting tho work on Tompkins square. Ho says that tho 11 Is tor the work were opened by tho Department of Public l'arks on the 17ih of May, and that the proposals were not roco.vcd by tho Comp troller lor approval of the sureties uutil a week afterward, on the 24th of May; Unit since then the ?"s?ntr??:l<?r has tailed to appear with his sureties to Jnsi fv, alihough two notices have been already given lo hilii. Finally, Comptroller Green asserts that what ever responsibility tor delay there is in this matter re.-ts with the Depart men t ol Public Parks and not with him. MOTHERS* DAY. A small audience of fnsnionnbly dressed ladles, with a tew attendant cavaliers, assembled last evening in Plimptou llali lo cciebrato Mothers' Day tinder the anaptees ol the Woman's Social Education Society. The President's desk was covered with bouquets, and a grand piano had been provided In order that tho ex ercises might bo enlivened with music. Miss S. K. Puller presided and mado a brief address ap propriate to tho m-casion. The exercises con sisted of tne reading ol essays, vocal :nd llisti umental music and ri citations, the prin cipul eus) '*ts being Mrs. Jennie June Croljr and Mrs. H roil son. who spoke on social and peaceful topics. Protessor Vanderweyde performed on the piano ami Miss Maggie SJocwm ree.iod very ably the poem, "St. Michael's " The officer* of the aooieiv are - President, Mis. Kent; Vice President, M>ss Puller Correspond log Secretary, Mrs. I.eavitt; Treasurer, Miss t'lidcrhill; liu.st?es, Mines. Ilrouson and Oeb i n and Miss Austin. FATAL RESULT OF SKYLARKING. Georga Hopper, th? vonng man who foil, or waa thrown Irom the lourth story rear window ol the Fourth regiment armory, in Jersey City, at midnight 11st Tuesday, died at three o'clock yesterday afternoon at the Charity Hosp Ul. The post-inostem exam lu ll on showed tbat his brtast had been crushed In by tho tall. Alter he tell his comrades ran ?way, locked Hie armory door and leu him lo lis laic. Ilelor.- ne d'ed tie charged Peter West, a member ol < otupaiiy P, fourth regiment, witli having punned him out ol the window and said that two ottier members pushed him with gunstocks West called ai the hospital on UiursUay Might and Hop pi i renewed the charge in Iks presence. West denied It, and said ti. was not in llie armory at the time Hop per lei. No official act <>n has ,H"?* taken in ibe case on account el a quarrel between Coui-ty l'instclau Mout and the cotoi ers. NOT HYDROPHOBIA. Saiv.itore Belmonte, a.cd ten years, of No. 6? Crosby street, died I ist Tuesday. The ease was reported by the physician to be one ot hydrophobia, hut on tn vcsngal on by Coroner Woitnuu ike' disease was loulid lo be ,nlrma gUAltt. Uns itisraae is a species ol inflammation ol the larynx, winch has nearly the same sy puiloms as liydupaobia, and gate rue to the doctor's mistake MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC NOTES. P. S. Gllmore positively open* at Cilmore's Garden with his military band on June 10. Mrae. Christine Nilseun appeared at Her Majesty's Opera, Drury Kane, on May 20, na Alice, in '-Hubert le Diablo," ior the first t me in six ycara. Mnie. Nilsson gave a matin do conccrt at St. James llali, on May 24, in aid oi the hospital for diseases of the throat. A thoughtful charity lor a great singer. In a London musical journal an advertisement Tor a "North German Protestant lady" to teach throe littlo g.rls in vocal and instrumental music shows that tbu divino art is considered in a better condition on the shores ol the Battle than on tbe baukB of the Rhino. The operas given at Coveut Garden ltoyal Italian Opera (or the week ending May 27 wore "Les Hugue nots," D'AuJeir an t Mariuion; "Tannhflosor," Albani; "Komeo and Juliet," l'atti; "William Tell," Mile. Biaiichi; "Marriage ol Figaro," Albani, Thaiberg and Uianchi; "La Traviata," PattL Tlio noble Count Joannes recited "Hamlet" last evening at Chickcring Hall before a cotcrio ol his most enthusiastic admirers. He prefaced the reading by desultory remarks on the Bible, ancient history nn I "Kiug Lear," which >*? re becomingly received by lit* | hearers. A performance of "Hamlet," with theCount's i original company, would have been received with a I Keener relish by those present. The scenery in the "Mighty Dollar," now playing at Wallace's Theatre, is remarkably good. The first scene, with Washington by moonlight in the distance, is won derfully truo to nature, and the moonbeams seem to dauco upon tlio waters of tbe river. The boat scene is a novelty in interiors, being the Chinese room at Grab moor. The furniture, hangings aud ornaments of this i room are all Chinese and the largo lamp in the centre or the room is a real work of art. Ono of tlio most interesting features of tho Bijou heron benefit at Booth's Thoalre was the impersona tion ol Creusa, in "Medea," by Miss Constance Lci^'h, a young actross of markod ability. It was character ized by an ease, grace und emotional tenderness well fitted to such a part, and served as an admirable foil to tho stormy, passionate nature of the titlo riiU. Miss Leigh, during the past season at the 1'ark Theatre, has developed a wealth ol histrionic talent seldom pos sessed by an artist ol her aue and experience, and has given frequeut prools of versatility, study and per scveranco in the profession she has selected. She ap pears every nichtat the l'ark Theatro in "Uncle Tom's 1 Cabin." OBITUARY. ERNEST COOPER, CENTENNIAL COMMISSIONER. Ernest Cooper, a member of tho British Centennial Commission, died at tbe residence of the British Com missioners, In Philadelphia, on the 1st lust., to the deep regret of his associates and that of all persons wnh whom ho had beuu biought In contact siuco bis arrival in America. GRAND DUCHESS CAROLINE OF MECKX.ENBEHQ BTHELITZ. The London Standard's Berlin despatch to-day an nounces tbe death ol the Grand Duchess Caroline of M eckleubu rg-S trel l tz. WILLIAM HAKEBRIOTTT. Captain William Hanebright, the oldest conductor of tho Pennsylvania Hailroad, died yestorday at Lancas ter, Pa. Ho was widely known and uniformly es teemed for his courteous mauuer und integrity of char I ac ter. HOMICIDE liY A BOY. At ball-pa3t tbree o'clock yesterday afternoon An drew Moore, aged thirteen, of No. 00 Yundarn direct, Blabbed unotlier boy of about tbo sumo age named Frederick Luwltr on tbo corner of Luigbt and Hudson streets, killing him almost Instantly. Moore bad been at school all day and got out at tbree o'clock, a little earlier tban usual, on account of tbo day being Friday. Bo spends his afternoons In sell ing tbo evening papers. Yesterday, Doing out of school so early, ho thought be would bavo a little tiino ( to llsh during the evening, and went to an oyster stand , on tbo sidewalk, at the corner of Laight and Hudson | streets, to buy some clams lor bait. Her) ho met J Froderick Lawler m company with another boy. 1 Moore bad known Lawler lor some time as a boy who I bad been always loaning him whenever tbey met ' Lawler attempted to get his companion to fight with Moore, but, not succeeding In this, struck him over 1 the head With a roll ot tar paper that be carried In his hand. Mooro became en rated and told Lawler to look out. Tbo latter, not heeding bin warning, struck htm again on the bead, when Mooro drew from bis pocket a large case knife and stubbed Lawler In ilie breast. Tbo Itoy droppou lileless on tho sidewalk and Moore tried to run away. A soldier, who happened to be passing at tbo time, took bold ol the boy and enlloil u policeman, who look him lo the Filth precinct station house, w h?re bo was locked up. Law er'a body was soon after brought Into the elation house. Although life uppoarcd to be extinct Captain Caflroy thought best to telegraph to tho Chamber* Street Hospital. An am i balance soon arrived uud l>r. Sarrge pronounced the boy dead lor some time. Mooro was locked up in a cell, but ho seemed to feel so budly ibat the Captain bad the door unlocked and an ofllccr stationed in iront of it lor fear bo would kill himself. The statement ot the witnesses was immediately taken ami Coroner Woltimui was sent tor. lie cxamiueu the body and will bold an Inquest to-day ai twelve o'clock. Moore is in tho habit ol selling papers lor bis elder brother, who keeps a news stand. He still had the bloody kntlo In his band when arrested by the officer. PACIFIC MAIL MATTERS. There was a meeting yesterday of the Executive Comtiiiitoo of tho l'aciflc Mail Steamship Company, at the l'anama Railroad office. No. 7 Nassau street, but no business of especial public, importance, was transacted. It is understood that Mr. llacoa, tho accountant of tbo company, resigned bis position, and thatC. C. Niebuhr, the "expert" arithmetician and lormer ncvountant of tbo company, will take his place; hut this was uot ! definitely agreed on. To day the committee will re port their plans lo tho lull Board ol Directors, who { meet at the same place. IIE TURNED UP HIS NOSE. When tbe charge of maladministration of his minis terial office was read to Klder (J. M. Lanniog, at tbo African Methodist Conference in Jersey City yesterday, begot up, turned up his lip, and walked out wi'hout a reply. An excitod brother made a speech charging i tho olleudiug Klder with snubbing the Conference, by "turning up bis no-te and walking out as hnugbu as Lucifer when the charge was made; and," said tho brother,'' "if bo j turns his hack on us, we should ex pel Inm at once." Another brother said "Such conduct Is outrageous," ana ho was in "favor of fitting him out in hoop skirts worse than Jetf Davis wore, so ho could not escape through tbe hushes." Iiisliop Clinton cut tho matter short by putiiug the question, ann Klder l.anning was expelled without a dissenting vote, be cause he would not stand an examination, and also treated ihe Conlerenco with contempt CURIOUS CASE OF ELOPEMENT. An action for divorce has been commenced in the i Brooklyn City Court by Mrs. Fre .crick Gilluiann. she claiming a separation on tho ground of adultery uud abandonment. Tbo parties resided on the corner of Twenty-llrst street and Third avenue, where the de fendant kept a I?g'-r beer saloon. Hie defendant, it is alleged, a short time since eloped witit hi- sister-in law and went lo Philadelphia, leaving bis wile anil two j cnildrrn. ALLEGED PARRICIDE. A post mortem examination made by County I*hya>> i cian Sioui in the case of Dan.el McGowan, liquor dealer, of Spring street, West Hoboken, N. J., shows that the deceased died irom tbmnti of the lungs and iniunes alleged to have beeii inillcled by his son, tbo body being Uadlv bruised. By some extraordinary . freak ot Jersey justice the son has not yet been ar rested. 1 tie l.timlv did their best lo keep the circuui i stances ol llio MM a secrct. NOT O'BRIEN'S CORPSE. On the lSth ult. Coroner Woitmau heid an inqneston the body of a man supposed to be Patrick O'itrien. The inlorence that such was bis name wits drawn from a fact that it w is tbe signature to an agrei mem by which he bound hiuisell to pay fifty cents a work tor a ? History ol tli* Irish Churches ' a| gearing in part*. Yesterday afternoon it ?as reported thai Patrick ti'linen was alive and well. C Toner Woltmtu will iuvc-ngate mo case. FRAUDS IN THE GRAND JURY. General HaUtead, foreman <>t ihe late Grand Jury of Hudson county, New Jersey, has informed County Clerk Iltann that the important mtmng documents were deposited with Mr. Munumg, clerk of ihe lirand Jury. I be latter gentleman states that he gave the l-ap< r* lo District Attorney Garretsoli and did m>l after ward see ibeui. Tim County Clerk will br>ng the mat | wr before tbe Supreiuo Court on Monday. OCEAN STEAMERS. HATES OF DI. AUTUKkS FKoM NKW YoUK FOE TUB MONTH UK JLUK. ? JMfab I Orkec. I* ?i l 1h UUL J J ii tie Celtic 'Juno i'oilvia Muiis .Main ..... | Juno St. l.aurout........ Juno Kut(?iii. iaellert Rotterdam Spftui .... ..... Adriatic i'uy ui Clunier... Australia AN?ti? Neck nr France Nevada ...... hey thin State or Virginia.. I'oiumerania Weicr City ol Richmond. 1'ere" uelioria W ) scon si u A I 'IT ?i Htate of Xt\ada... i' Calami 11 Hill IIKHliH Hritannic K*ryut AuiHia St ?3erin Bill California Mo*el Goethe J uno Juno H June M June 10 Juno 10 June lo June 10 June l'>. ?I line 10, Juue10. June l'i. June 14. June 15. JtM 15. June 17. June 17. Iuno 17. hi ne 17. June 2;'. I uno -1. J uno 'J'J, lune 2-\ In tie 21!. Iune Ul. June 24. Juno 24. lune 24. Jun?* '4. hi ne 24. June 21). 1.1 JLiverpool., I. Liverpool.. I. Ulaajrow... >.| foremen.... . i Havre ..... Liverpool.. h anil. arc.. Rotterdam. Liverpool.. Liverpool.. Liverpool. London.... ftliainnr . l'leineo.... I ? avr.' Liverpool., Liverpool, (ilaxtrow... Hamburg. ? Bremen... Liverpool. Havre... filaairow Liverpool Liverpool.. olnnk'ow.. Hotterilam. 11 uniliiiri;.. Liv? rjioo;. Liverpool.. London.... Havre. (ilmteow... Fr?'inen.... Illamourt;.. lis* Broadway 37 Broadway 7 liowlinjc ilreen '2 iiowlinjr iiraea iSrondwav A Howling (<I6M Broadway "??? Broadway HO Kroadwav ?11 Broadway l.*? Broadway 7 H.-wl -i - ilrm 7 BowHnir <*reen i! Bow!;uir Green ?rU> Broadway 2V Broadwav 4 Bowling Green 7'J Broadway 01 Broadway 'J Bovvliuir Oreea 15 Broadway 56 Hroadurav 17 Bowlinir (ireen 20 Broadway 4 Bowlinir Green 7J Broadway "O Bronaway 01 Broadway Broadwav 09 Broadway "* Bowluilt iireen ft ^roadway Bowling Green 2 Bowl ill': I ireen 01 Broadway ryNOTICE TO CAPTAINS OF VESSELS IK TUB tOABTINO AND FOREIGN TRADE-Captalns ?r officers of vessel* ciiifHjrcd in tho coasting or foreign trade, observing tb. displacement <<r removal of sea buoys, are requested to com municato tlio tact to tlie IIkralu. bo that it may b? brought publicly to the attention of tho proper authorities. A lettor addressed "to the editor of Die IIuuald, New York city," giving as accurately as possible the number mid position of displaced buoys or the cause of thoir removal, will suffico in all cases observed along tho Atlantic and Pacific coast, of the American Continent. Wlion they are observed on the coast of European countiies or in the Medltorrunoiin it is rei|iiested that information be *>>nt either by telegraph or letter to tho London otUce of the Niw Yuuk IIkrald. 4>l Fleet street, London, or to tho Paris office. 01 Avenue do l'Opera. Paris. Where the telegraph is used despatches may be addressed "Bennett, 40 Fleet street, London." or "Kennctt, 01 Avenue de l'Opera, Paris." Where cases of displacement are observed 111 the waters of countries beyond the reach of the telegraph, as In Asia or Africa, captains may communicate with ua upon reaching tho first convenient port. This information will be cabled tree of charge to the IIkiialp and published. 0S-NOTICE TO CAPTAINS OK VESSELS ENTERING THE POUT OP NEW YORK AT NIGHT.?The Saw Yokk IU iiai.u has adopted ? distinguishing Coston night algnai for use on board the Hkuald steam yacht, showing while burn ing the color* red. green, red, changing from one to the other in succession, and can bo seen several miles distant. Cap tions of vessels, upon cecing this signal, will obllgs us by preparing any marine news they may have tor tbe Ship News Department of the ltKRALn. W-l'e.i soii* desirous of communicating with vessels arriv Ing at New York can do so by addressing to sncn vessel!, cure ( I Ukuaui uews yacht.pier No. 1 East River, Now York. Letters received frou all parti oftbo world wad promptly de livered. Duplicates ure required. ALMANAC FOR NEW YORK?THIS DAY. *rx AXD MOCW. I BIOH WATCH. Sun rises 4 31 | Gov. Island....morn 5 27 Sun sets 7 20 i Sandy Iloolc. ..morn 4 42 Moon Bel*. ....tuorn 2 IS | Uoil Gale. morn 7 12 PORT OF NEW YOUK, JUNE 2, 14)70. ARRIVALS. KKPOKTED BT TDK 1IKKALD HTKAK YACHTS ANS HKBAI.B WHITkSTONK TKLKORAPH LINK. Steamer CUy ^ Austin . EUrldge. fiUve.toii Mht 24, vii* Kev We-.l _'8tli. with mdse and passengers to C It Mul lorv * Co. May 31. lai 34 ion 75 25. pawed schr K E Y?t?s. from M?t?n?M lor se\v York. Steamer Cleopatra. Bulkley. (savannah i?ay 31. with mil ft o nod DAUtfDtfCni to Murray, herriH?V\/0. Meanier Hatter**, Mallett, Norfolk, with uulso aud passen ger* to tlic Old Dominion Steamship Co. Ship Paulina (of Liverpool). 1 atten Liverpool with mas? to K Sprinif A Co. May 28. lat Jj ?K', Ion 64 50, spoke hark Nowlfght. from Baltimore lor Rio J.ii|ciro. .?shiu Ladoga, Trowbridge. Liverpool 3o days, with mdse to |-?.u llowes A t'o. Had head wind* and fog Irom the llnnks- Mar 31. Ut4<> 80. Ion US 34. passed baric Chria tophi/Columbus (tier), from Limerick for Philadelphia. ship Great Western. Simmon*. Liverpool1 27 davs with ntdso to C H Marshall A Co. May 27 off hahle Islaud, spoko bark Auwmietta 0 (Ita'.j, from Bordoaux for New V Ship New World Hammond, London and I*le of Wight 31 (Imvs with to tirinn^ll, Minturn & Co. ljad Jijjht easterly winds to l?>n 42 30; thence light westerly'winds; May 17, lat 43, Ion 4^ spoke ship Liverpool, hence for Lon U"itark Bremen (Ger). Hellers. Idveij?ool3S day*. ^1" i_ t i? k l'uvoisti'dt A Co. May ?*, lat !???? 'on ?4 0?, sm.ko steamer Ontario. from Liverpool for Quchcc, with loas o?rudder: offered assistance. which was refaaad (since re mated returned to Liverpool) : loth, lat 4- vlH i $? j changed signal* with a ship showing HHI.l , bi?nd east t'ml.er laden; tilth, lat 41 ID, Ion 43 20. Spanish hark showing letters .1DLG. bound oast. 1 ho Bremen is anchored 'b^O at tea <fA?"Uc?ullch. Liverpool 3T. day.. In bal '*Bark I>ukinur'|Nor). DanloUcti. Plymouth 32 days, in bal '"lla-li iCmon'a'(Nor), Jonaanon. Fleetwood 39 day*. In bal ls t to lidckmnnn, Oerlein A Co. Mav 10. lat 30. lou 30. ?mike bark Leasing (Nor), from London for Quebec. Bark Spernnsa (Nor). Olsen. Milelds .>0 days, with coal, Ac to II A F W Meyer: vessel to order. Bark Britnig:i of Windsor, NS). Porter, Belfast 3)'days, in ballast to master. Is anchored at Sandy Hook lor or d<Hark Castelar (Nor). Loud. Londonderry 38 day*. In bal UBaVk? ouise (Nor). Delly, Waterlord 31 days. In ballast to Boekinann. Oerlein A Co. , Bark Klid (Nor). Ilausen. Arendal. Nor. .>0 day*. In b?l last to C Tobias A Co. Is anchored at Sandy Hook for "'paTk Kong Carl (Nor), llendrlcksen, Havre 80 davs, In halUat to C Tobias A Co. May 31. lav 4? 50. Ion tr. 25. ?poke ship l'almertrat (Nor), from Grlmstadt lor Phlladel PlBark Saga ?Nor). Olsen, Havre 37 days, with mdse to C ^"I'lr'i'" Augusta (Sw). Domerr, Tralee 4.r> days. In ballast to master Is anchored at Sand* Hook for orders. Brig Start! lit. Tucker. Barbados lit days, with sugar, Ac, H Trowbridge's Son*; vessel to S W U>ud A Co. Schrli Indeer. Howard. Absco 7 days, with pines to Go ?.?> ivarsall A Co: vessel to B J Wenberg. 5*.' r Burlett Hart. Brooks. Kernandina 8 days, with rail road ties to Epi inger A Russell; vessel to Bentley. Gilder sleeve A Co. No .late, lat 33 25. Ion 77. ?Pi'ke schr I) B Everett, from Si J ago for Boston with loss foresail, flying Jib. fi.m aud rae.ln topsails; supplied her with sail needles "schr'Msrv II Hand. Hand. Kernandina 8 dart, with yellow pine to John K?*s. Jr; vessel to Squire Bros. mf Shin Suecess. f>om Havre, which arrived the 1st ln?t. remwts Mav HI. lat 3? 41. Ion 4<l 56. passed a vessel of about W) tons bottom up. fresh painted holtoin. with copper paint. inppoMd to h? achooner, aud but a short time in that condition. PASSED THROUGH HELI. GATE. UOt'N'D BOT7TIL Steamer City of Kltchburg, Springer, New Bedford for NSteamer Mectra. Young. Providence for New York. Schr Charles K Morrison, Smith. Cow Bay. CB. for New * >olir Catharine. Young. Boston for New York. Schr E M Wells, Kel??y, Providence for New York.. c??ir Orion Wilson, Bfl.tnut tor New ^ork. Schr Thomas I'aine. Pa'iie. New H aven lor Philadelphia. 8c??r Baltimore. Fraud*. Norwdlk for New York. Schr Zof, Adam*, New Haven for New Y ori. Schr K B Darling. Darllnir Kali Klver for New York. Schr Tcx??, Smith, Providence for New York. BOUNl> KAST. ?steamer Delaware. Smith. New York for Fall River. Steamer Tillte. Ewlng. New York for New Loudon and NSchrCKvergrecn (Br). Mlchener, New Yor* for Londoo d"chr Uwight Davidson. Freeman, New York Tor East Cam b *'hr Mall. Wakefield Port Johnson for Bath. Schr Amelia, Carlisle. Amboy lor Providence. Schr K Watson. Nee, New \ ork lor Boston. c.-hr Wm Cunningham. Port Johnson for Boston. Schr Josephine, Wfkelv, New York lor Mystic. Schr K C Smith. Smith. Port Johnson tor Providence. Schr J Burnett, Harris. Port Johnson lor Boston. Schr 1-ouisa A Orr. Orr. New York for Gloucester. Schr Marv II Miftlln, Kerrls. New York for Warren. C,,|,r Kate McLean. Ssnimls. New York for lluiifngton. >i hr Edward 11 Clark. Barr, lloboken tor Bristol. Schr Fairwlnd. Hi wman, lloboken lor W ooil " Hole. Schr Freestone, Fri-hla, lloboken for I ortland. Ct. Schr rii? Cltlleot, Metterton, Ainl.ov fur Bo.tou Schr Golden Bule, Wilson, lloboken lor Norw ilk. Schr Lncian. H<m. lloboken lor New Haven. Scnr F Merwln. Biiuee. Port Johnson for Kail illver, Schr M lirev. Grey, lloboken lor Mystic. Schr F. <i Hates. Hobby. Holioken lor Boston. schr t'lara Saw rer, Kanecoui, lloboken lor Boston. S,hr Palladium. Byoer. lloboken lor Providence Schr Potter A Hooper. Bradbury. New York for Provl d?Sehr S A Fnleoner. Wilson, lloboken lor Providence. Sclir Ida Palmer, Palmer. New York lor Stanihuru. Ih,-' r K \ Forsvtli. Hobble. New \ors Msrnlord scbr Joseph Wild, Reed, New York for Malaga. CLEARED. Steamer City or New York, Tlmmerman, Havana-F Ale* "steainM Concord. Sheerin. PhiladelDhla-Ja?e, |Un?L L.; ;.r Anibra ?lle (irnmlev. I'hlladelohla?Jas liana. Ship St Petersburg (Nor), Hansen, Loiidon-C Tobias A Hark Knropa (<ieri. Hrinckmann, IiOndoB-ll Koop A Co. Bark George P Lawrence (Hal). Pollio. Penarth Uoads f?Ba^'AqTi!iaTv"r^ UerrVrd, t ork or Kslmouth for orders? ? lUrk Ca'.Vt'ta (Ital), Lauro. Cork or Falmouth for orders Bark Peppino Mlgnano (Hal-, He Martlno, Cork or > al mo'itli lor orders?Kundi. I'.dye A J ?>. . Bark Venture d?r . Florian, Cork for orders-Miller A "'llark'Wm Crosseup <Bi), Owen, Havre?J?* W Blwell A ' Bark Papn Clacomo (llal), Lauro, Calais (Franoe) ? 1 Bark Aid - *Kader. Sparrow. Marseilles?Jss Henry. liark Yoluutoer (Aus), Meiiatu frioste?Benhaiu A itoye "llark lie .me (Br), Champlln, Arroyo and Ponce, PR?J M " llaV: W 'I'lt.eun. Collins llavana-J K ward * ^0. Brig Hyperion. Clark, Passages (Spain)?Brett, -on A ^ Brig I^iwis L Squire*. Blatchford, IIlo Jsnelro-Themas I *HriTll*'ry Vlrden. Collins. Havana-Jas W Elwell A Co. Mrig lioiiisa Price, Brown. Jaemel?A Nones A < "? Hi J Laura Gertrude Risk. Brunswick. ?i?-\Y arren Ray. Schr i'dd'e I iVrce, IIawes, Ns?au.NP-BJ Wenberg A ' /.cbr Tarn O Shauter. Zeluff. Stan Salvador-B J Wenberg | 1 U Scbr Charlie Cobb. Kennedy. Cat Island. Bah?B J Wen berg A Co ^ Schr K Htiai.ltoa, Mills, Cat Island. Bah?B J Wenberg k >ehr Southern Cross (Br). Patterson, Shulee, NS?Wilton Qodlrey. Scbr Florence WackrilL Doane, Boston?B J Wenberg * Ct. Schr I> Loihrop. McAllep, Boston-Jed l-'rye k Co. !-chr M rletta Smith, Preston, 1'roviucetuwu, Mass? A Ilavton k ?;n. Scbr Ju.n Nuwrll, Shepherd, Provlncetown, Mass?Havt ltr!il ?t Prsiiftv. t>chr Victoria, Chevalier, New Haven?Uockutt k Co. SAILED. RIiip> Repent, for Melbourne: Carl (fier), Bremen: barks Kspelaua (Nor> do; 11 L>eou? dial). Hull; Imperial (Porti, Oporto; Emmanuel Accame (Ital). Cork: Cambrian (Br). Liverpool: Inca (Cor*. Rotterdam. Matthew Baird. Kings ton; Ldstie Uobley (llr), (Jueeustown or Kalinoatb; Agoa, ; brig* Alatka (Br), Rotterdam ; Karen. Havana. Wind at mimrt. SK ; midnight. SKK. light. Barometer at sunset. i'9.8M; 10 .30 PM, 2U.87. MARITIME MISCELLANY. Ship Nimbus, Leonard, from Now York, at San Francisco May 25. no ibe fourth day out carried away fort-yard. upper topsailyard and foretopgallant yard: moderate weather thence to Kiver La I'latte, when we bail a pampero, lasting in hour*, with throe violent squalls of 2') minute* duration, eae.h carrying away tiyingjib mid jlbtopsail: "IT Cape Horn lied moderate westerly Kale* mid days deail calm ; the SE and NK trs<1es were passable; after which had westerly winds, excepting on the '2'id, when we had a strong NE gale lasting irj hours, during which carried away mizsun tup^ai lant and royal yards. Hakk Costav Mktzlkr (Ger). from Newcastle. E. while towing up New York Hay on Thursday, and when uear Bed loe's Island, was run into by steamer Bermuda, the steamer passing between the tugboat and the bark, striking her nn the starboard how, forcing the ancli r through the side, breaking anchor, anchor stock and cathead, and carrying away upper and lower luaintopsnilyards and fore studdtng *?il boom ; the steamer left cu the bark's dee'e an iron da vit and part oi Ion* boat. Babk Ixrxtin (Port), for Oporto, Is reportod aground near Atlantic Dock. Hen; Julia IIukk (Br), Knowlton, from Kio Janeiro April 1, with a cargo of rosewood, foi New York, has put into St Thomas leaky. Scm: Maria, ol Westerly, has been bought hy Oeorge 8 lirecmusn, of Norwich, for $:i,">00 and is now receiv ing repairs. The original cost of the vessel was over $17,0(10. Schk Caiuiik Mkltik. which was ashore recently at Cape Kcnisin. arrived at Chiuleston May :I0 in tow lie' hull doe* not show auy special signs ol damage, hut she w.ll re qu ro au eulire outfit, her m .sis beitiir cut away, her ru.lder hrukeu at the stock, and nearly everything movable being taken away when she was Hrst abandoned. Sour M M Mkhkimak, Irom North Carolina lor Kail Itlver, before reported at Norfolk leaky, sailed from May Kiver on the 25th nit, anil during the voyage encountered strong NK winds: en the 30th, Cape lleury bearing W, miles dis tant. at PM. site heeled over on the port *iue, when, on sounding the pumps, found that khi hvl sprung a leak at the rate ol IMJU strokes per hour, which required constant pumping by all hands, when for the genorul beuctit bore away lor Norfolk for repairs. NOTICE TO MARINERS. The red buoy off Fox HlU, which has b -en of great service ^ as a guide iutu Dutch Island Harbor, Is missing. WHALEMEN. A loiter from Capt Francis, of Imrk K l< Phillips, of Boa ton. reports her nt Dominica Mny 4. with 260 bbis ap oil. A letter Iroin Cant Timelier, of bark Ainu Marker, of SB, reports her at sea April 2rt. having taken 1UU bbis sp oil since last report all well, bpokou? No dato, It*) tulles S of Southwest Pus, brig P 11 Moore, Super, Boston, 250 bills sp. SPOKEN. Bark Sarah K Kingsbury, of %nd for Boston from Sarua. J tun* I. 5<t ini es east of sandy llook (by pilot boat W 11 AspinwAll No 21.) >ark Clyde (Br). Suiter, from Liverpool fur (juoboe. 24 days out, no ilatu, Hi miles K of Scatturie, Schr B A Warner, of and from Baltimore for Nassau, May ?t:, 10 miles east of Body Island. NOTICE TO MERCHANTS AND CAPTAINS Merchants, shipping ugeuts and shipmasters are Informed that by telegraphing to the IIkr.au> London Bureau, ad dressing "Bennett, No. 46 Fleet street, London," or to the Paris office, addressing "Bennett, 61 Avenue de l'Opera, Paris." the arrivals at and departures Iri.m European and Eastern ports of American and all forci n vessels trading with the United Status. the aamo will be cabled tothia coun try I'roe of charge. Captains arriving at and sailing from Prench and Medi terranean porta will ilnd the Paris office the more economi cal and expeditions for telegraphing news. OUR CABLE SHIPPING NEWS. Bristol. June 2?Arrived, steamer Cornwall (Br), Stam per, New York. Sailed 2d, Three Sisters, for Philadelphia. Bkkhkn, June 1? Arrived, brig Ma le (tier), Sandt, Mo bile. Bordkacx, May 29?Arrived, bark It A Parr (Br), Rob bins, Indepcndencla Bay. Oopk.niiagk.x, May 23?Passed, bark Mississippi (Nor), Uein, New Orleans for Koval. Deal, June 2?Off, bark Arlstoa (Nor), Kildahl, New York for Hamburg. Klivtrahax, May 27?Arrived, ship Australia (Swe), Paul sen, Galveston for Cronstadt. Glouckstkr, June 1?Sailed, bark Francesco Avegno (Itali, Gassola, United States. Qrixsvt, June 1?Arrived, bark Helios (Hue), Snellman, Darlen. Glasgow, May 31?Arrived, steamer* Phonloian (Br), Scott. Quebec; June 2, Acadia (Br), Craig, New York; Al exandria iBr), McKay, da Hamburg, June 1?Arrived, ship Osceola, Niekerton, Guaymaa. Sailed 1st, ship Lady Biessington. Brown, Quehoc. LivKitroOL, June 2?Arrived, bark Lilla (Ital). I'lcassx Baltimore. Sailed 2d, brig Kossoek, Smith, Cow Bay (not as before). Lisbon?Sailed, schr J B Atkinsou, Yonng, Philadelphia (after putting back). Madkira?Arrived, schr M C Moaeley, Higglns, Wilming ton. NO. Sailed, Glvnwood, for Naasan; "Press" (probably Br brig Prioress), Bull Klver. Mauritius?Arrived, bark Nellie M Slade, Atwood, Bom bay. Post Elizabktii, Cull, May 2?Arrived, ahip Memnon, Baker. Boston. . IJukrn.stowr. June 2?Arrived, steamer Bothnia (Br), McMickan, New York tor Liverpool (and proceeded). Sailed 2d, menmer City of Richmond (Br), Brooks (from Llrerpool), New Vork. Ukval, Jnno 1?Arrived, steamer Berlin (Get), Ilelm bruck, Savannah. SLtfio, May 2d?Arrived, bark Hibernian (Br), Kerr, Darien. Sailed June 1, brig Vela (Aus), Melato. Delaware Break water. Stttom Bripcb. Jnne 1 ?Arrived, bsrks Theodore (Nor), Danielsen. St Marys. 41a; Mexican (Br>, Baxter, I'ensaco'a. South Shiruhs, June 1?Arrived, bark Adventnre (Br), Jamie. Pansacoia. StK.BKA Lnomt?Arrived, brig Shasta, Brown, Boston; schr N Hand, Dougherty, New Vork. Sailed, bark Liberia, Richardson. New York. Sailed from a port in the United Kingdom June 1, Hohen tollorn, lor United States. St Catharisb's Point (IW), June 2?Steamer Presnits (Br), Armstrong, from New York May 6 for Loudon, has passed up the Channel with her shaft broken. WEATnER REPORT. Fauioutu. June 2. 7 I'M?Wind N. UoLTttKAD, June 2, S;3U I'M?Wind NR. FOREIGN PORTS. Bata?a*<i, May 2tl?Arrived, brig Erie, Spark, Honduras; sehr .Msuil Itarhuur. I'ahnke. do. Oai'K Town. April -K?Arrived, brig Knavmion (Br), Ash, New YorX. Cow It a v. May 31?Arrived. senr Grace Bradloy, Turner, Liverpool; Jnne I. brig Johanna, Lennox, Dunkirk, Sailed June I. harks Ecuador Br. Duplies (from Llver pool . I .ewes. Del: Minnie Br), for Maya^u.'s. Ok.noA. May 2tl?Arrived, brig Sau Pietro (Ital), Laura, New Yore. iiiRKAi.TAR. Mav 20?Sailed, hark Schamyl. Snow (from Paiormo), Philadelphia. iIataM i. Jnne 1 Arrived, steamer King Arthur (Br), Cow ell. New York. Nni.eil 1st, barksNneva Sabina iSp), Hoidos, New Orleans; F I, Carney Jackson, New York; brig Kinina L I lull. Perry, do. -ailel May 31, bark Robert Murray, Jr. I'nrliigton, Sagua, ?n lo HI lor a port north of Mattel as last as before stated). I i a 1.1 > a . June 2?Arrived, steamer Oeo Cromwell, Ba con. New York. mailed 2d steamer Geo Washington, Whitehead, New York. MaOI'aUca Hat. May 14?Arrived, ship Freedom, Law rence Pau I-ranclsctk Motxkxno, May It?Arrivert. ship Gardner Colby, Street er ?.avannah fort'allao and Pacasiiiayo. M aTamas. Jnne I Nailed, bark Norena, Nichols, north of llatieras; brig Joeef*. True, do. MusTUk a I.. May 3"-i'leared, steamers Democrat, Smith, Loudon; 31st. IHiminion. Itoi.e ts, Liverpool. North >tonkt. K, June I \rrlved. steamer Annie | Ainslre tBr>. Heard, Montreal iand sailed lor Lomlon) ; ship MAK<>ardi:er Mr, Homer, Lavre; bark Kale Crosby (Bn. Illhbert, Amsterdam. i n rot NS. May ::i ? M rived, ship County of I'lclou (llr), Mnnroe, Liverpool; J?ns I, bark Fanny M I'arrill iBr), John.on. do; brig Toronto ?lies., Carroll, ??. A>. >? l May :?i, bar* Margaret > M ier (llr). McPhail, Belfast, I. snia i! list, ?l?lp lloseneath 'Hri, McVicsr, Montreal; bark Xi nia. ilo , iirlg Scot,a iltri do tji-KBKi', May mi? Armed, ships Clyde, Suiter. Liverpool; Donna Maria, Boat, Greenock, Napoleon, Chri.tophersou. Genoa; hark Aitliur Wuiie. Murphy, (jneenstwai. Arrived 31st. ships Cairngorm, Lowe, Liverpool; Herbert Bee it, Crosby, do. Bean M onde, II aw kills. < ? reel lock ; harks lleinrlen Von Schroder. Hiilett, Dundee; Daguiar, Inkster, Plymouth; Emily Lowthor, Cain, Liverpool; hhareiia Cook lariha ena: t >*pre.v, Fox. Hull; Oliver Cromwell, Thompson, Ferrol; Scheldo, Baarsrud, London. Townl, I Hermans*!., Havre; Goiothea. Olsen, Arendul; Yarmouth, ; lta\loond, Liverpool; M aryborongh, Irvine. Newcastle. I Cleared 3l*t, l.arks Failli, Genimeil, Troon , Kim a l>u *1. 1 Liverpool; .Nina Mckeniie, Montrose; Kong Oscar 111, Wisness. Tliree liiver.. >HTltNA, May '.^-(sailed, bark Thos A Goddard, Smith, Boston. .-vi'Nir. CB. May 31?Arrived, steamer AvonJale, trom Montreal an'l sailed for Newcastle, K). sr John. NH. June I Arrived, hark Annie Troop (Hri, Frits, New \ ork ; s-hr Nellie, Portland. Cleared 1st, bark llarrj Bailey diri, Wimers, Dublin; eclirs Kmma, It-'ston ; 2d, Linlr K, New York. Sailed 1st. ship /ephir, r>weet?er, Liverpool; bark K Sot ton iHr'. MfLeaii, t'orB; brijis Willie <Hr>. Holmes, Newry; Msnd i'otter (Br), Port Medway, sehr Ocean Belle, Boston ? TriniPaP, May 27?failed, brig Orbit. Nash. Philadelphia; 20tli, brlg? i.miua iiuckiuau. Now YurK; Uaua Ulscu (.Nor), Medboe, Boston. Turks Island. May IS?Is port sehr Minnehaha, MA, t? liii I salt for New York. VirroBii. Mar 25-Arrived, steamer City of Pan am a, K?r len, San franc laoo. AMERICAN PORTb. ALEXANDRIA, Juno 1?Arrived, ?cbr? N II BMoies Jolin M Hall. and Annie M Allen, Trow fur Georg* town sailed?Schra J C Sweeov, Annie H ilaikill. Jan* L New ton. M\ry E Long, and VV II Thomas. from Georgetown foi BOSTON. .1 uue 2?Arrived, strainer William Lawrence, Howes. Baltimore and Norfolk;baric Peter (0?r), Rielielsen, Siim tpore i tclurs Sua Liiou (Br), Dean. St Domingo city : 0 It Wood, Gaudy. W S Scull, 8arret, and A D Henderson, Henderson Philadelphia. _ Also arrived, steamer Aries, Whildom, Philadelphia; bark Nineveh. Wyman, Smyrna; sehrs New Zealand. Simmons, Perth Am boy : Alice Borda. Taylor, Philadelphia; Montana, Besrw, do. Cleared?Steamer Parthla (Br}, MeKay. Liverpool; bark Essex. Peterson. Zanzibar: brigs Josephine (Hrj. Uanlon. Waterford. 1; Wiutield, Bibber, Havana; scbr Hattie (J Dow, Nickerson, London. Sallid?Steaiuer Rattlesnake, BALTIMORE. June 2?Arrived, steamers Hibernian (Br), Archer, Liverpool; MeClellan. March. Providence: Johns Hopkins, llallett, Boston: ship Crusader (Br), Brewer, Havre; harks Matilda llilyard (Bri, Brooks, Amsterdam; Mario (Ger), Weiilierisoc, Bremen: Rosetta Padre It*l), Cliersa, Antwerp : W II Jenkins (Br , Sproul, Bremen\ia New York : schrs U Prescott, Merrlman, Bahama Islands; B 1. Young, Gross do. Abo arrived steamers Ol:l ? (tier). Meyer. Bremen; Martha Stevens. Chance. New York; briirs Mississippi (Br), Marehant. Dewerara; Boj'ata, Johnson, Orchilla; John Boyd (Hr). North. Xew York; Concord. Doyle, do; Prentiss Houhs, Ilodvre, Portland . sehnJ W Drlsko. lluskell, Gard ner. Maine; Mangle A Plak, fisk, Bath. Below Ship i?rev Kagle, Lucas. from Rio Janeiro. Cleared?Steamers Bolivnr (Br). D herty. Liverpool; Oe tori.ru. Reynold'*, New York: Falcon, Kirby. Charleston; Mct'leilnn. March. Providence; shins Frank X Thayer. Har rett. San Franelseo; Maryland (Oer), Kulmun, Bremen; bri^s Prospco dial), Kupetto, Droghede; Anna (Nor). Miebelsen. Bristol; selirs C C Lane. Lane. Boston; Hattie Baker, Baxter, do; John 8 Beaehara, Woodland, Provi de Tire : Elisabeth Dellart. Lowe, Batb. Sailed?Ship Dnlsberg (Ger), HIM'NSW'ICK. ()a. Juno 1?Cleared, schr Ada W Gould, Lansll. New York. BI LL ItlVKK, May 31?Arrived, brig Prioress (Br), from Swan>e?. Sailed :#Uh, ship Alexandre (Kits), Ahberg, Dublin; June 1, l>riK Iilsa (Br),Uregp. Bristol Channel. IIANOOR, .M ay 31 ?Arrived, schr Leonora, Austin, Xsw York. UATil, May :tl?Arrived, schrs Nellie Lumper, Gould, Bo ton. to load lor New York; Wluslow Morse, Oliver, New Yort. via Portland; llenry II Grant, Harrison, Boston, to lo<d for New York; Carrie Walker. Chadwick, Thouiaston, tu load for do. Sailed?Sebr Philadelphia, Bowman, Philadelphia. BRISTOL. Juno 1?balled, schr Win Collyer, Taylor, New Yotk. CHARLESTON, May 30-ftalled, bark Cato (Br), Klttle sen. London; schrs Lilly, Cole, New York; Anne P Chase, Poole. Satilla River, Ga": Bessiu K Dickinson, Dickinson, do; Hattie Turner, liupper, Port Roval. June2?Arriveu hrlir Nellie Crosby (Br), Bremen; aclir R II Mitchell, Mitchell. Baltimore. AI mi arrived, sehr llnttie Paige, Philadelphia. Cleared?Schr Marv Clark, Hall. New York. Sailed?Steamers Seagull, Loekwood, Baltimore'.Ashland, Crnwell, Philadelphia. Also sullnd. bark Beltisto (Br), Rotterdam; schrs Sarah Wood. Philadelphia; J L Morrill. Orient. CAST! vfc, May :tO? Sailed, schrs llonry Whitney, Shep heril, Klchinond: Union. Stovens, New York. DELAWARE CITY, June Sailed, sehrs P M Wlieuton, Barrott. Boston; John II Perry. Kelly. Bangor. ELLSWORTH, May 26?Arrived, schrs Castilian, Means, New York, HI?t?Cleared, schr Otronto. Hammond, New York. EDGARTOWN, May 30?Arrived, schs Ida L Howard, Rich, New York lor Boston; sloop Pennsylvania, Ellis, Now York for PIvmouth. Arrived Hist, sehr* W F Phelps, Berry, Philtdelphla for Koxbury; John Sirottp, Smith, do for Boston; S Kolee, Soiuers. do tor do; LAM Reed, Caviller, do for Salem; L S Levering, Corson, do lor Boston: K C Smith, Hanson, do for do: Jos ph Porter, Burroughs, do lor Salem: It W Welden, Heath, Port Johnson for Rockport; <ien Banks, McFarlin. Perth Amboy for Boston; Francis Ellen, Gnl laper. New York for do; Pennsylvania, Savage, do for Belfast. The above have sailed. EAST GREENWICH, June 1?Sailed, schr H M Sargent, Pirrker. New York. FeRXANDINa, May 27?Cleared, schr JW Vanaman, Sharp, New York GALVESTON, June 1?Sailed, steamer State of Texaa, Bulger. New York. GLOUCESTER. Jnne 1?Arrived, sehr Lcontiue, Titus. Rockland for New York. lid?Arrived, schr Martha N Hatl, Burgess, Cadiz. JACKSONVILLE, May 29? Arrived, schr Carrie Alice, Fhi'lipa. Edgartown, Muss. Cleared?Schr Vldor. Snow, New Smyrna. NEW ORLEANS, June -?Arrived, brig Tiger (Gar), Brandt, llio Janeiro. Also arrived, steamer Hudson, Gager, New York. Cleared?Ships Savauak. Wood. Liverpool; Queen of Na tions (Br), Small, do; bark Phar (Pr), Davi I, Bordeaux. I'assrs?Sailed, steamer Knickerbocker; barks Onkel(Br). Freihandel iGor). NORFOLK. May 31?Arrived, schr Jane Fiih, Thull. Rockport. NEWBURYPORT, June I?Sailed, schra S O Purves, Lisle, Philadelphia: Herbert Manton. Crowell, do; Abby Gale, Darby, do; Zacbarr Taylor, Squires, New York. NEWPORT. May 31, PM?Arrived, schra Edward Woot ton. Yonug, Kail River lor New York; Hunter, Fly, Dighton for PoughkeepsiA. June 1?Sailed, sehrs Alice Nnyes, Baker, NewYork; Hun ter. Mid Edward Wootton. Icr do. In port?llHrk National Eagle. Sears, Boston for Rio Ja neiro. repairing; sehrs John N Colby. Wilcox, for J'hila delpbia. i oenn Arabella. Harding, fordo; Sarah Jane, Gard ner, for New York; Decatur Oakes, Baker, l'or Virginia; sloop Pearl, CoMeigh, for Haverxlraw. NEW LONDON, Juno 1?Arrived, schr Kate A Mary. Ntwburg. Sailed?Schr Xlber, for New \orlc. NEW HAVEN. June I?Arrived, steamer D Valentine, Elizabetliport: brigJosepti Clsrk. Clark, Calais; schrs C Lynch, Kingston ; Raymond, New York. Arrived Mav 31, hark Zulma. Peterson, Ponce. PR PORT TOWN'S HND. May 24-Arrived, ship Blue Jacket, Percival, San Francisco. PORT DISCOVERY, May 25?Sailed, ship War llawk, Doyle, San Frauclsco. PORTLAND, O. May 25?Arrived, brig Sea Wall, Smith, PASCAGOCLA, May 36?Cleared, bark Alms (Nor). El leTs'iu. Liverpool. ? 27th?Arrived, bark Nnjaden (Sw), Datiodssor, St Thomas. PENSACOLA, May 30?Arrived, brig K I Merrluian, Le er**. Falmouth, J a. Cleared?ll'ira Kmbla (Nor), Sorensen,Havre. POKT ROVAL. June 1'?Arrived, steamer Carondelut, MeCreory. Kernandlna, Ac. for New York <and proceeded). PHILAOKLPIIIA, Juno 1 ?Arrived, scbrs "loraM Crow Icy, Crowley, from Kennebec River; Geo Walker, Wilcox, do. ?Jd?Arrived, steamer* Saxon, Snow, Roitnn *, Tonnwandit, Sherman, Providence; Fanitu. Howe, do; Mayflower, Da vldeon, New York; ship Maria Ston email Ulr). Ulauvelt, Dublin: schrs Crisaie Wright. Clark, Trinidad; Charlie Miller, Thomas, Abaco; Skylark. Small. Boston; Little Yiiusi.', Young, Cliariestown; K J IiIraly, Cannon, 11 inr ham; Murium Bliiabeth, Tole, Uoudout. Alio arrived, steamers Centime le. Miller, Boston ; Perkio men, l'ierce, Providence; Lancaster, Mill*. Boston; bark Addle II Cann (llr). Jenkins. London lerry; tehr John Mid dleton, Jr. Townseud, Gardiner, Cleared?Steamer* Norfolk. Kord. Kail River; Beverly, Wallace, New York: Su^an, Croomley, llartlord: baric* Caroline Premudn iAus), VVe--e . Cork or Faimouth; Har monic (Nor). Jensen, do; Champion (Bri, All n. do; Ye*t? (Nor), Oleen. Aalnius: schrs S irali Eaton, Dix. Kastport; Addle Walton, Nickerson, Boston; Theresa Wolfe, Cham pi. >u, do: Llr.xie Florence. Llppencott. Ilyannls; Sallie T t barter. Traiton, Nwicriet; iudex. Garrison, Weymouth; J J Little, (landy. l.vnn. Also cleared, stean.o.'s Leopard, Albertson, Fall River; Berks, Pendleton, and Achillea, Bacon, Newburyport: barks lluro (Nor), Tounesen. Couoi.lingen; Trl Slna (Au?). P.iuor, Cork or Falmouth: CiovnnuiD. Dulelch.do. selirs Llttie O, Purdy. St John, NB; 11 Yoim?. Hall. Boothbay; J K Bid well.'Wnlluce, Portsmouth; Ivlla Powell. Hickman, do; Jo seph Hall, HnrrlsMI. Kali River; (!?? K Present}, Gnphlll, (iloucesier: Mair A Crnnmer, Coombs. Boston; Florence A Lillian, Smith. Savannah. Sailed?Steamers Leopard, Berks, and Achilles. Lkwks, Del, Juno 1?Sailed, b?rk Kong Carl (Nor), Soance (from lleriren), Baltimore. 2d?Arrived, steamer Edward C ark. Passed np, a steam corvette, supposed liandolo (Ausi. Went to sea. steamer City of Limerick (Bri. for Liverpool. In port, ship Kate, I'rlnee; harks Atlas, Stralsund and Minerva; also tcbooner James W. Hitlg Harks Anno T and Falcon have been ordered to Bal'imore; also bark Ambrosia. PORTLAND, Me, June 2?Cleared, sclir Daybreak, Blake, Matanzas. Arrived?ScV.r Minnie, Philadelphia. PORTSMOUTH, May 31?-Arrived, bark Ephralm Will, lams. Keen, Philadelphia. June 1?Sailed, brlg Martha J Brady, Ilradv, Windsor, Ns; schrs Win L Abbott, Ludlam, Philadelphia; Nellie a Jer.ell, Jerrell, do. PROVinKNCK, Juno 1?Arrived, schr Ann Ellsa, Cous lns. Port Johnson. Sailed? Scbrs Ann L Lonkwood, St John, Georgetown, IX'; Abbie P Cratimar, Itard. Phil idnlnlila : Oliver Ames, Babbitt, do^ Wra M hvarett. McDaalel; Minquas, Phillips; Emily, Alley| Helen Mar, Ward, and Oregon, Whltaker, New York PAWTUCKF.T, May :<1?Sailed, schrs M V Cook, Kalken hnrit, Philadelphia; Ripple. Johnson, Trenton; Robert Blair, Etonian i, Haverstraw; Ouhir. Gott, New York. ' June 1?Nailed, tehr* Anna BSufford, Ketrhum, Philadel , pliia: K A 1 Oakley, Newman. Kor.dout; J U Young. Bar i rett. Port Johnson. 1 RICHMOND, May 31 ?Arrived, schri Henrv Parker, Has elton; -l B Johnson, Rose ami John N Parker, Cutten, New York; (Charles Moore, Russell, Au.utta, Me. S \N PBANClsOO, May 2">?Arrived, bark Selah (Br), llonghton. Tahiti via llo.io it In Cleured?Bark 11 W Almy, Freeman, Honolulu via Trlnl dad. Suited?Hark Joiian Irg.-us ? Nor). Vortonsen, Nanaimo. June 1?Cleared,barks Martha Davit, Benson, Liverpool; Sonoma. Xewberry, Nina'me. Sailed?Milp BI.U k llnws, llowland. New York, 2d Arrived. (Up St Nicholas, Tobey. New York. sK Hi)M K, May ?Arrived, bark Amethyst, Bates, Saa Francisco r-AYANN \ 11, June2?Arrived, steamer II Livingston, Mai lory. New York. Cleared?Dark dross llurtogln Anna (Oer), Schmidt, Havre. Ala* cleared. burk Jac ib Uauers (Swi, Asberg, Liverpool, sailed?M-tir May MeFarlaud. Barcelona. sr IIKLKNA SQUND.SC. May -'J-Clearod. ship Alex audre (Bus). Abltier -, Loadun. 27th ?Cleared, bark Ida (Br , Gricsr. Stro.id Junction, K. SOLI'BWKSI IIAKBOK. Mar 2"i? Arrived, Sea Bird, Stanley. Calais for S.-w Yi rk. YINKYARO llAYJ-.Nt Iune t?Arrived, sclir City of Cliel ?i>a (of Ellsworth' Beimud t 4 davs for Boston; Jeddle, Providence lortoilals; sloop *' 1- Truinbnll, llocKport, Mas*, for Ve* Bedford. Sailed?Brlir llattle. W11.M! Nit 1 o.N, i id. May 25?Sailed, bark Rainler.White, port Gambia. WlbMlMGTON, NC. Jane 2?Arrived, hrh: llildine (Nor). EllingsenJHillJ^^re^^loore^AlexanJna^^^^^^^^ I Vt .1 i iil'KA nnOA'l'a, iVC. f_,OR SALK?sTE Aft^KK li li Y BO A f n HOHTll mu4 or ler, now runolnu; I "4 I over all; M-lnrh r\limler. U leet stroae Address WILLIAM M. K.vKU, 1121 < hestnul st.. Pullvlelph.a. f'Olt SALE?A Nl-.W BAIIOKDIM li.NSli i.NS, 11 OX 1-3x1'. snflabi" f.>r a schooner; las Centreboarii, well I una mastpartners. Addre-- II. It., New rk. N. J Bitoa WUMMNir YACHT Ayi' ATI A; A HI,8 and liist; lenirth, 2<! feet; price, with new Jib and ; mainsail,$<?*? Owner J. M DAGNaLI., 11 Clinton SV, : Brooklyn. Yacht foot of Court st. Bmir Sali: ciii.ai'-om: ki.k<;Tnr passknueM saloon side wheel Steamboat, PJlt feet l.mjt, S3 l<et over all;dr uu-lit of water,three feet, with new boiler; in ! complete runniiiic oider lor excursions or passenger route. Itninire of III KO. SMIIII A ilRo.,lootol Ktsex St., Jer sey City. | anikd ii~purcTiask?a ?jo;)D two deck vf >argi. cheap ;.?i- cn-li: o' to charter one for three ! months. V , lre?s \Vr, v. JOHNSON, 827 Washington st., Brooklyn, i itli all particular*. ^ MlSl KIJ.AVEOCir "TWbCufiHii^okcccil"obTaTn'kO ?? kom i?iHHC il em Sutm, tor nunurom with mii pabllcilf; I legal everywhere; no char.; in ttWunce; a>ivlc? fret*. M, tiOL'SK, Attorney. t:H >troii4wir. A BSOLCTR DIVOtlChS I.BUALLY ObTaTSkD WITH* 2Y oi|t pubikity; a4vlce (r.<e. KBKDKKICk I. 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