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JU OSTON POST, MONDAY MOENING. JDNE 5. 1876. NEWS ITEMS. — Gamblers appear to be drÎTing a flourishing business in Hartford, judging from a recent incident which is described by the Times *f that city. On Wednesday it was ascertained that a young man of 17 had been fleeced out of $269 by gamblers, and subsequent investigation showed that the boy, when a lad of 14 years, was enticed into a gambling-house in that city, and led on by being permitted to win sums of money til! he became passionately fond of gambling. Unknown to his father, he lost considerable sums of money, which he drew from the savings bank, and also money which he at a later day had earned, or had been furnished by bis indulgent father. During the past two years, the gamblers have taken upwards of $1000 from him. A few days since they took i 269 from him—the money belonging to the boy’s fister. The father finding out this fact demanded of the gamblers a restoration of tbe money. He asked for no more. The larger sums had gone, and he did not oare to lecover them. But this sum of money, which was tntrufitid to the boy to carry to the home o. his Bister, was gobbled up by the gamblers in a few minutes alter the youth lelt his father’s office; and tbis the father was determined the gamblers Ehould restore, though it s hould cost him thousands of dollars to recover it. It was restored, and there the matter rests for tbe present. The Times learns that men are regularly employed by the gamblers to stroll about the city and draw in young men who are known to be in situations where they can procure money. They are coaxe 1 and flattered and permitted to win something; but Lcfore long they are in the clutches of the gamblers ; and, what is worse than the loss of money, the young men are ruined. — The season has fairly opened at Newport, and already we are told that upwards of fifty cottages are occupied for tbe summer. The weather of late has been delightful, the trees and shrubbery are arrayed in all their summer dress, and the season is at lea«t a tortuight earlier than it was last year. Bellevue avenue, the principal fashionable drive of the city, is being brushed up, and beiore the majority of tne fashionable equip ages appear it will be in splendid order. The tuinouts this year will be something marvellous for Newport, and will include the fashionable four-in-hand c >aches that have lately created such a flutter in New Vork under the patronage of James Goidon Bennett, Col. Delancey Kane and others. Among the cottagers who have already arrived are Mr and Mrs W. W. Sherman of New Yoik, whose magnificent new house has just been completed, Hon. Levi P. Morton, John Carey, Jr., son-in-law of the late Wilham B. Astor, F, S. G Dellauteville of New York, .Mrs G. C. Crsm, H. Allen Wright, J. F. Pierson, Rear Admiials Case and Tayior. Mrs Julia Ward Howe and her daughter have taken possession of their unpretentious summer residence in the town of Portsmouth, near the Glen. Hon. George Bancroft, the historian, will take possession of his villa on Bellevue avenue on June 9. Newport by death has iost many of its well-known summer residents within the past year, among the number being Mrs J. W'. Chanler, daughter of the late William B. Astor; .Mrs William B. Hatch, Miss F Jmont, daughter of the Hon. August Belmont; William Tilden Blodgett, George Griswold Gray, W. 0. Stone, the artist; .Mrs E. M. Willett, E. M. W illett, Jr.; Judge Samuel Blatcbford, J. Allen Post, Mrs Charles Morgan, all of New York: Miss Charlotte Cushman, Dr Samuel G. Howe, Horatio Harris, and John Borland of Boston, and Miss Julia R. Newberry of Chicago. — London has lately been basking to an un- Jjrccedent degree in the rays of royalty. The Queen has been about more than usual; the Prince of Wales is still the cynosure ot all eyes; the Empress Augusta of Germany has only just left, and King George of Hanover and Queen Mary bave just arrived. I’he Empress Eugenie is apparently permanently established at Chiselhurst, and Don Carlos has replaced tbe Duke of Aumale at Twickenham. The Empress Augusta, a very intelligent and active-minded old lady, made herself very much at home here, going about a good deal in society, and studying the scientific, literary and artistic groups in interviews with selected typical Bpecimens. She is said to have been very much pleased with her visit, and to have carried back with her to Berlin strong English sympathies. The visit of the ex-royal family of Hanover had to be postponed until the departure of the German Empress, but the one followed very quickly on the other. Indeed, a very slight delay on the one side, or precipitance on the other, would have brought them iace to face on Dover pier. This contingency was, however, happily avoided, and the military and naval big-wigsof the port, having put on their best clothes to do honor to the Empress, kept them on far another hour or bo as a mark of respect for the dethroned King and Queen. The King and his family bad a very hearty family welcome fiom the Prince and Princess of Wales, and the other Princes and Princesses who were in town. There was quit* a bout of cousinly kissing and embracing all around. King George is quite blind, but fond of literature and the arts. He has a considerable fortune, but of course he has not a phost of a chance of ever recovering his kingdom. Sensible people are beginning to get rather tired ot the extravagant way in which the Prince of W’ales’s jouiney is spoken of, as if, in these days, a visit to India without accident were an altogether matvellous and unprecedented event. Many thousands of people do it every year as a mere matter of course, like taking a walk in the park or a run to Brighton. — The Philadelphia Times describes a couple of remarkable women who are connected with the Centennial Exhibition. One of these is Miss Emma Allison ot Ontario, who has the entire cb'r.,.., ol ihe Baxter portable engine of six-horse power, bhc ie by no means a soot-begrimed and oil-covered Amazon, but, on the contrary, of neat and cleanly appesrance snd a highly-educated and refined young lady. Of the brunette type, medium height, well-formed, possessing a gentle disposi- lion and much vivacity and good sense in couver- iation, she aflbrds no little attraction lo visitors as the dexterously manages her iron pet and tells ibem all about it. Her dress is neat, and she makes it a point to keep both engine and room in ' he perfection ot tidiness. She believes that if so many male engineers did not find such apparent delight in plastering themselves all over with soot and making their engine rooms perfect spc-cimens of disorder and filth, women would long ago have looked with favor npcn the occupation. Another lady whose natural ability has taken an entirely different direetion is Mrs Maxwell of Colorado. She early acquired a taste lor hunting, and she roamed the forests about her home, sometimes in company with her husband hut more often alone, aud within the past ten years has shot and killed over four hundred wild animals, such as bears, wolves, panthers, foxes, etc. She learned the art of stuffing the animals thus brought down, and many of the specimens cow exhibited in Eastern museums were killed and prepared by tbis lady. She has, however, saved about 200 of the finest specimens, besides a large number of stuffed birds, and these are exhibited in the Colorado building. Her age is about 35, but Ehe looks almost ten years younger. In manner she is very modest and unassuming. — The telegraph has afready furnished a brief description of tbe lynching of six murderers, who killed an aged couple named Harmon, in Edgefield county. South Carolina, The scene of the lynching was near the residence of the murdered Harmons, a point about twenty-five milos from Abbeville, and thirty from Edgefield Court House. The discovery ot tbe dogwood club and the confession of one of the murderers led to the immediate arrest of five other men and of three women who were likewise implicated. The examination by the coroner’s jury conclusively demonstrated the guilt of all six of the men, all of whom, indeed, confessed to having participated in the murder and robbery of the aged couple. The examination being concluded, tbe coroner formally delivered tbe prisoners ifito the possession of Sheriff Richardson, who was present He had no sooner received them into his custody than he was approached by a party of men, who told him that they would relieve him of any further trouble, and at once bound and blindfolded him. The prisoners were then immediately formed into line, and having been given five minutes in which to pray, they were all shot to death. Upward of five hundred people were present, about fifty of these being colored. There was no excitement, and the whole proceeding was conducted with the utmost deliberation The lynchers openly acknowledged their participation in the affair afterward, and expressed their willingness to submit to any authorized tribunal. The feeling among the colored people was as strong against the murderers as among the white people, and they even Bay that if the whites did nothing, the colored people would take the law into their hands. The prisoners testified that the three women were present at the murder, but were not more directly concerned in it The lynchers turned them loose, upon condition that they leave the country forthwith. All the lynchers were from tbe counties of Abbeville aud Edgefield. They listened quietly to remonstrances of some of the older persons present, but said they were fixed in their resolve. Nine-tenths of those present, and at least an equal proportion of the citisens of the county, approve of the lynching. — The New Hampshire Legislature assembloe at Concord on Wednesday next, and the inauguration of Gov. Oheney will take place on the following day. Tbe political standing of the Legislature is thus stated : In the House there are 211 EepubUcans and 179 Democrats ; total, 390 members ; Kepoblioan majority, 32. In the Senate, 9 Republicans and 3 Democrats. In both branches, 402 members ; Republicans. 220 ; Democrats, 182; Republican majority on joint ballot, 38. It will be seen that the Republicans have a sufficient majority to give them entire control on all matters that maydiyide members according to paity lines. Thcie will doubtless be a speedy orgauiaa- tion, and after tbe inauguration ot the Oovamor - for which considerable preparation is making - both Houses will be ready for the business of tha session. The election of a United States Senator to succeed 1^ Cragin, and to make provision for the Constitutional Convention, in accordance with the vote of tbe people last March, are the only im- partant public measures to be acted upon, unless soaae partisan legislation ehould be undartakan by the Republican majority. The canvass for the Senatorship is now being very briskly carried on by the Republican candidates, who number a dozen at least, but no one of tbeoi as yet appears to have a sure thing of it. Messrs Rollins, Steams, Ela, Marston, Stevens, and the rest of them, are eagerly counting their chances, while the present ineumbent, Cragin, is quietly waiting for his rivals to demolish each other. The geatlemeu prominently mentioned as Democratic candidates are Hon. John G. Sinclair, Hon. Harry Bingham, Geoi^e A. Binghaun and Hon. A. R, Hatch, either of whom would fill the position with credit to themselves and the State. The Savings Bank Commissioner reports the number of individual depositors as 100,191. The sixty-eight institutions for the reception of cavings have deposits amounting in the aggregate to $31,198,064—an increase during the year of $983,578. The Insurance Commissioners report the number of home companies at sixteen; towns at six. The State Mutual and New Hampshire Stock companies are in about the same situation as for the last year. Seventy fire and marine companies of other States are licensed to do business in New Hampshire. These, in 1876, have paid losses to the amount of $390,012, against $266,189 paid for 1875. It will strike the majority of even right-thinking pel sons that the Presbyterian Assembly has taken strict and too radical ground ia regard to what is termed “promiscuous dancing.’’ By this term is meant any dancing in which both sexes participate; but as there would bo very little danoiug in society with men and women dancing by themselves, the attack of tbe Assembly means the utter condemnation of this popular amusement. This attack is ill-timed and unwise for at least two general reasons. In the first plaoe it cannot succeed, and in the second place it ought not to succeed- The Virginia “hoedowns’’ and the dances of the Nautch girls are neither of them “promiscuous,’’ and yet even our Presbyterian friends would hardly claim that they were more refined on the one side or moral on the other than the graceful and perfectly proper dances which form the staple amusement of American society. Dancing is a fine art as much as music is. One should be the harmony of motion as the other the harmony of sound, and they are intended to go together. I'here may be sacred as well as secular dances, and if the Shakers have any absurdities in their teligiun, their dancing is not the greatest. Against excesses in dancing the clergy have a right to preach, just as they have a right to protest against excesses in eating, drinking, dressing, etc.; but regarding the thing itself, which is as innocent as it is attractive, they should speak guardedly, for their statements slow that they are more frequently inspired by their prqjudioes than by positive knowledge. R ailkoad M atieks .—A third adjourned meeting of the Diieolors ol the Uuiou Pacific Railroad was held Saturday. No businces was rranaacted. and the meeting was further adjourned to September 21st.... It is rejiortcd that the fast train to New York over the Boston and Albany Riilroad ia soon to make the distance between Boston and Springtielti (ninety-eiaht miles) iu two hours and a half—Tbe Old Colony Railroad ia puttinir in a new turn-table at South Boston... .The management of the Framine- bani and Lowell Railroad will put on the first regular Sunday train ever run over it on the 11th ot this month. It will leave South Framingham shortly after 7 A. M. and arrive at Lowell at 8.45 A. M....The Boston and Lowell road achedolea eighty-five daily uasfenger trains. At its Mystic wharf about one iliousand tons of coal are now daily bandied. Grain cars come close alougside of the water and dis- chaige Uieit freight directly into the bolds of vessels. BOSTON POST COURT RECORD. Ü. s. CIRCUIT COUKT-iuiie ». Beiore Judge C lifford . Glover Sanford et ol. vs Merrimac Bat (tompant/.—Thii was a bill in equity brought to seek relief In the matter of an alleged InfrlDgemenl of letters-patent granted to Frederick S. Sauinrdaou Dwight Wheeler April 10,1866, for a new and useful Improvement in sewing machines for sewiug sweat linings to hats, and by the patentees subsequently assigned to the ciiuiplalnaiits. i he detence was that the complainants are not tbe sole ownersof tbe patent; that the light for the State of Marsachusetts is held by John B. Slanwood, that a pievlou.s suit bad bren dismissed oy agreement of the parties, aud that substantial parts ol tbe Invention ban been in pre- viiiiis use. Heard. Kdw. Avery and C. O. Morse lot comofts; W. W. Swan for resp'i. U. S. mSTBlCT COUBT-Juue », Before Judge LO well . Motions were heard. The lollowing petitions In bankruptcy were filed during the week ending June 3: Voluntary—Brnai Decker of lioston, DenJ. J. Remick of Boston, James H. Lombard of Boston, Alexander Ruth & Horace G. Littlefield of Lynn, Patrick K. O’Lalley ot Bostcn, Stoughton B. Holden ft Lutner L. Holden ot Boston, Wm. Cunningham ot Hoston, Daniel C. Shine and John 1. Shine ol Boston (copartners os D. C. Shine ft Co.), Eugen C. Akers ol Worcester. Nathan S. Chamberlin of Marlboro. Michael K. Manley ot Cambridge, Schuyler S. Scrloner of Malden, Ruben A. Adams of Cambridge, George F. French ot Boston, Thomas Hunt ot Boston, Luke A. Wilder of Boson, George Pierce of Worcester, Wm. F. Htll and George W. Hill, both ol Lynn (copartners as Hill Brothers). Jabek H, Scars ol Boston, Geo. W. Mayall of Melrose. Involuntary — Jolin Pindereta!. vs Alonzo F. Travis ot Natick: Cnarles A. Bardwell et als. vs Henry E. Gajloid of South Hadley; A. Currier a aons et als. vs Wm. U. Balch ot Malden. NUPRRIOK COURT-(Ftrst Session)-Jniie 3. lielore Judge D kwev . In order No. 12z. J he entire ibt Is as follows:II If.—Jutras vs Doherty. as 86 —Ward vs Volans. 1 1 .IK—Baldwin vs Humans. 2878—Piers vs Gav. 2234—fira,' vs Boston. f.920—Wood vs Citizen»’ In- soSf—Spurr vs Flynn. | surauceCompan.r. SECOND SESSION. Before Judi.e gakunkr . In order, the ” post entries ” ou the Jaiiuiry suuplemental list. the entire list is aaloUows:— .52ii|-Cbs»e vs Ingalls 3 Ö. 53 —Sanboi n vs Clt y of Cani- britge. •587.5—Allen vs Proctor. 62.51—Driscoll vs Walsh. 6207-Treadwell vs Hayward, sfiy-Homer vs Perkins. 5443—Cusick vs Inhabttants of Brooklice. €i)07—Pitlnam vs Home Insurance Company 4815 —Wood vs Firemen’s Insurance ()oir pany. 4819—Same vs Builuers' M. Insurance Company. 5G;18—Carpenter vs Farnsworth. 630—Foltz vs Rich. 639.5—Kelley vs tlickey. 5:J43—Lent vs Howes. . 534 »—Bailey vs Hu'l. 4487—O’Neil vs ifcCarty. 4763 —Riley vs Jackson. 4479 —Trlckey vs Boydeii. 315.3—McKinney vs Lyncn. 4713—Ward vs Kearns. 1171—Broi kway vs Pierce. 128.1—Boston City Flour Mills V.» Boston and Albany Railroad Co. MUNICIPAL COURTS-June ». Before Jndge Chamberlain — John Kelly, for the lar- ten .7 ol a book, was sent to latl for three monttis. John Canovan, tor breaking and entering an unoccupied house. No. 24 Phillips street, was held in ffOO for triat at the Superior Court. Marta R. Twine, on a charge ot concealing morigaged property, was discharged, no evidence as to the existence of the mortgage being produced. Maggie Sullivan, for a.ssault- ing per mother, was sent to the House ot Industry for three months. John McDonald, tor a.ssaultlog Wm. Riddle with a Ki.lte. was held In $30«. Daniel W'ood, obstructing sidewalk with bis buggv. paid $10. Hubi-rt Lailv. charged with a felonious assault on Margaret Haley, was held in $1500 for trial. The woman was held In taoii as w-tness. In the East Boston Court,the caseot Henry Dunton.charged withadulterv with Jemima Walker, came up by continuance. but there was no evidence to convict Dunton and he w as discharged. In tne Bunker Hill Court. Rebekah Goldstein, charged with mslicious mischlt-f. bad her case continued uinil Wednesday. A fellow named Richard Jordan, charged with assaulting his wife, was held tor trial until to-dav. K£AL ESTATK TKANHPiPHJs Middlesex Conntv. Comord—F. Hayward to(i. D. Palmeter, $1350. buildings 7 acres, rioith side New Bedtord road; also 10 acres, old Bedford toad and Virginia road. Malden- 8 . S. 1 ates to J. H. Talbot ct al.. $.3500, buildings, sou'h bait lot tl 6 . 3!50 feet, comer of Lynde aud Uotuu sircets; V.M.HllltoW. S. Baker. $3.500, Dutldtngs, loi 10, ,5< t o leet, Granville and Sea View avenues; P. Sargent et al. to D. J.awrence, $430 85 ,4808 5-lU feet, lot 9, Davis aud Pleasant streets. Weston—G. F. Harrington to T. F. HarrlDgton, $2500,3 acres. 71 acres, on Davis. Warren. Hemis and Bigelow. VVnlthain—H. Hammond to R. A. Jones, $35«. land on Ham- monri sUcct. Newton—H. Claflin to L.J.Calley, $1000, buildings, lot 1, Scbwd street Wobuin-H. Johnson to L. B. Russell, $4000,4 part of buildings, 26.000 teet. east side Beacon street. Cambridge—M. hroaerick to C. Drum. $30o0. buildings, lot 127 , 403(1 leet. noitbwest side Spmce street; W. aiuilen to J. Itoyle, $iiOO, buildings, corner South Third and Charles streets. Wakefleld-C. E. Currier to W. W. Bowker, $9.30, lots 20 and 22. Rich.-mdson street. Arilngtoii-(i H. Hills, executor, to D. N. Skillings, $.5700. double house, southwest side Arlington avenue and on Academy street, 28 rods. Bedford—W. K. Banfieldto I. Banfield. $750, 27 acres, road to Billerica. HopHnton—F. G. Hubbard to L. P. Hubbard, $160(J, buildings, 29 acres, west side High street. ITorToIlk ConntTt Hjde Park—Wm. W. Lowe to Abbie B., wife of Martin W. Damon, northeast side Child street, B375 feet, buildings. $2300, Hyde Park Methodist Episcopal Church to CUas. Haley, north side W liithrop street, 9700 leet. $2000. Medway—Darwin and Franklin Barnard to Della IL, wife of Joseph LltUefielG. 80 acres, bulidlugs, $40(X). Weymouth-Mary A. BlancUara to Jonn Cahill, southerly .side Broad street, 7-16 ot an acre, buildings, $2600. Medfleld—Thon.as Frost to Eliza A., wile of Emery A. W heeler, west side Railroad street, 31 acres, buildings, 82s()0. Qulnc.v—Howard Gannett to Annie I. Albee. northeast side Winlhrop avenue. 11,250 teet, $2547 44 . John D. Wells to Dora A French and Josephine M. Wright, south sldeot Grseuleatstreet, 13.100 feet, buildings, $tl60. f rank llD—Daniel l-awreiice to Alice G., wife of Cbarles Abbe, .Jr., about 81 acres in three parcels, $500«. W renlham—Marv, wtfe ot Max Basmau, to Joseph T. Bacon, southwest side ot South street (Coombs’s Islands,'221 notes, $ 2000 . Auction Sales. Albert Howe sold the James MtKenney estate at Allston, June I, by order 01 the admlrilstiatrix. The land.'27.000 feet, and buildings on Sommer strett to Joseph McKenoey at 5} cents per foot. I>ot on Allston street, cuntalning about 30.500 feet, to (ieorge H. Floyd. E»q.. of Hoston. for 41 cents per foot. ■ ■ :k J. F.C. Hyde sold on Friday the tbree-story Prick house No. ;15 Buckingham street, by order of mortgagees, for $7000. to K. D. Goodrich, cash. I'be mortgage was lor $80(io, aud the bouse has been valued at $ 10.000 or more. C. W. Sawyer »old wooden house 96 Bartlet t «trees to (ieorge E, Pearson for $J3 i HI. G. M. Atwood ft Co. sold 14.000 feet of vacant land on Harvard street. Cambtidgeoort, lor $.3000. to James Jones. Also house No. 8o Chandler street, to Jacob Fox. tor $|925 above first mortgage ot $. 8000 , interest and taxes. Brick house No. 5 Wall street, for$6000. Nales Te-day. Bv J. K. Porter ft Co. at So’clock, mortgagee’s sale of brick bouse No. 100 Mt. Veruon street, next to the comer of Brimmer street. By Louis Gongdon at 4 o’clock. In Scituate, as'lgnee’s sale ot toe property lormerly occupied oy William H. Healy, between Border street and the river, about 30 acres of land on which Is a good house ot 12 rooms. JHLAJIBZAOES. In thlBClty. June 1, by Rev A J Gordon, James D Baker to Miss Tryphlma Cann. both ot Boston. Jnne 1, by Rev 8 H Wlnkley. Darius R Stockwell to Miss Elizabeth N Chandler. June I, bv Rev Dr Blagden assisted by the bride’s father. Charles N Talbot of New York, to Caroline Crownlnshleld, daughter of Rev John C Phillips. At Dorchester. June 1. at the residence of the bride’s father, by Rev James W Brshford, Mr James R O'Hara to Annie M Pierce, daughter of Eilward Pierce. At Medford, June I, at the Unitarian Church, by Rev HC De L.mg. Benjamin F Haves, Esq, to Mary D, daughter of Thomas S Harlow, At Winchester. June 1, by Rev H F Barnes, Dr Edwin A Colby of Lowell, lo Miss Minnie K, youngest daughter ol John Syn:mes. At NewTKirt, BI, June I. by Rev Dr Mercer, Charles F Cutting ol Boston to Mary M Bettoa of New York. DHATBS. COMMERCIAL RECORD. FlnaJioe and 'Trade, SALES AT BROKERS’ BOARD. June S. Boston and Maine R*d. 93 Chicago. BurUagton ft Bond». $3,000 Atcb. ToD’kaiSsn- taFe»stm7s ------32 $4,000 Atch.Top’kaftSan- la Fe L.G. "s.... 754 $'.000 Eastern Bd 7s.... MDking Fund— 50 $1.000 Ports’thGt. Falls* Conway Bd 7s..........50 $15JM0 ....do........................... 20 i Baitroaeu. 13 Bo* and Albany Rd..l3S 13 ....do.................................i33è Quincy B’d...................H74 Fitchburg Kd..................I24i O. C. ft Newt). B’a.... 1031 Banm. Kevere Nat’l Bank....110 Manu/actwiHO Co. Pacific Mtlls ..................2(X)0 Oar I» Pullman Palace CorCo. 80 MimArtít Obm. Duncan Stiver Mm.... I National Min................. 1 SECOND CALL, Manufacittrlno Co 4 Everett MlHs .............. Bauroaa». 6 Bos. ft Prov. K'd 147i 10 Phil.. Wll. ft Ball. K o. 684 754 22 Chicago, Burlington ft Quincy Rd ....................1174 Mmtng Do 17 Calumet* UeciaMlu..l62 June 3, Peter 8 Morton ol South Bopton, aged 53 years. aS' Funeral at house, comer of Fourth and L streets, on Tuesday, June 6 . at 4 PM. In this city, June 3. Mrs Henry G Hlce. aged 73 years. Funeral services will be held at the Arlington Street Church, on Tuesday at 12 o’clock. , ^ June 3, Nancy Monltl, widow of the late Joseph Morrill, 80 years. At Peabody, June 4. Eben King. AtDuxbnry.May29,Laura A WiDfor. At Springfield, May 27, Mrs LydU Chase Wilson, 82 years 11 months. DEATHS IN BOSTON—For the week ending Saturday, June 3;— Ward 1.... ......................5Ward 13................. ............9 Ward 2.... •..................... 0Ward 14................. ............4 Ward 3..., ...................... 2 Ward 15 ................. ............« Ward 4..., .......................5Ward 16 ................. ............4 Ward 6.,., .......................3 Ward 17 ................. ............3 Ward 6... .......................9 Ward 18.............................I Ward 7... .......................7 Ward 19................. ............7 Ward 8... .......................15Ward 20 ................. ............4 Ward 9... ....................... 2 Ward 21................. .............4 Ward in... .................... 2 Ward 22................. ............. 6 Warn 11... .......................6Ward 23................ .............. 1 Ward 12... .......................3 Ward 24................ ..............3 City Hospital............................................................... 8 Masaachusetts UospiiaL ........................................4 Cemer Hospital .........................................................0 Other Instltuttonii. ..................................................12 Whole Dumber of deaths. 129; American parentage, 54 Rgeign parentage, 75 SALES AT AUCTION, June 3. 20 Brighton Nat’l Bk.... 994 14 Old Boston Nat’l Bk.. 72J 3 Blackstone Na’l Bk...l22i 15 Exchange Na’l Bk 1724 33 Third Nat’l Bk 1334 7 Globe Na’l Bk.................1264 7 First Ward Na’l Bk.... 90 25 Boston Na’l Bk ...............1324 35 Union NaTBk................160| 3 Treroont Nat'l Bank... 1134 25 Na’l Bank of the Commonwealth. .................1144 18 Boylston Na’l Bk 1344 Banufactunno (Jo*. 2 Hamilton Manu. CO...T95 2 Nashua Manu. Co 567| 4 ....do .................................560 5 Manches’r Mills U3J 1 l 8 )well Manu’g Co 630 1 Merrimack Manu. Co. .990 130 Atlantic Cotton MUls.. 194(iß25 4 Lancaster Mills ex-div.815 1 Tremont and SuffoU MUls ................................1164 Raitroads. Bonds. $2,0o0 St JohnsburyTown 68 ,’86 ........................ 994 $5,0«l Ciudunatl 7 3-lOs. 1902 ..........................1064 $1,000 Chicago City 7s. 1894...........................10.84 $fM(10 1888 ..............103» $1.000 ....do 1892 ..............106« $1.000 ....do 189-2 ..............1034 $ 1,000 Toledo. O.. city » 8 . 1889.......................... im $1,000 ....00.1878................102 $2 000 ....do 1877 ..............R'14 $1.000 ....do 1876 ..............1004 $6.500 "..COTS, '79 ............102 $L 0 ,XlCota CO;. ni.. 7^ $101 Went Bos. Savings Bang Book ..............90 $1,800 ....do...........................904 $1.000 Bos. ft Lowell R’d «T-. *AC IA", 7». '95.......................1074 $4.000 Old Colony Ed 7S, 1894 reg...................1124 $ 6 «o Clilcago, Bur. and OmnevB’dTs m84( 50 Cheshire B’d... 43 $1.50« N .H. State 68.1898,110« $ 2,000 St. Louis Clty 6 s... 1877 ..........................1001 $1,000 Bos., Concord and Mont’lRd7s.’93.1(W4 $.T,000 N sshua ft Rochester Rd 68.1894.... 91 $3,000 Mlchioan cen. R’d. Air Line 8 s,’9«.. 87«; $1,500 Bur.ftMissou.K’d 8 s 3 Bos. and Me. B’d 9^ 10 ....do .........................93|(ai9.tl .5« .„.do..................................934 30 Highland Horse Bd.... 1064®|1074 2 Bos. Revere Beach ana LvrmRd. ei-dtv....ll3 10 Northern R’d NH 671 3 Bos. Clinton ft Fitchburg Bd Pref. 65 irg _ ............................ in Nebraska ’ 8 J... S9|| 18 Old Colony Bd.. 108»® 1084 $4.000 Jackson. Lansing ft ' 2,5 Cambridge Horse Rd. .107 Sag’w K’dSs. ’91.... 7241500 New York* New Eng$l,(X)0 KansasLlty.Topeka ‘ ft Western 7s.... 76« Ban«». 25 State Na’l Bk.................111« lu First NatT Bk.. Safety Fund .............................262 16 First National Bank. Chelsea.........................HI 38 Webster Na’l Bk..104,alOtl 15 Mt Veri.onNa’I Bk ...125« 20 Shawmut Nat’l Bk—1224 3 North Nat’l Bk 126t 32 BroadwavNa’l Bk.92i(»94 land Rd ....................... 1.5« Gas VO. 10 South Bos. Gas L. Co.l20 insurance vo. 15 Paneull Hali Ins. Co...100 Oar CO. 50 Pullm’n Palace Car Oo. 791Ô804 Miscetlaneous. CO Hoston Pier or Long WharlCra .......................125 30 Am. Watch Co 894 B oston . SarttHDAT E tenik «;, J une S. l ocal Money matters remain as they were-rates are unchanged. The Export trade of llcston has been fair during tbe past week, and tte figures for 1876 thus ter are over a million and a half of ool'ars ahead of last year’s for corret ponding time. The recent shipments of Corn frrm Boston to foreign ports hat e been very large. Steamer Istrian took (for Uverpool Mat 27 ) 41.050 bu.shels; brig Forsete (May 26 for Queenstown) look 9,303 bushels; bark Sarah Bobart, tor Limerick, Ireland (May 29). took 25.979 bushels; bark Annie W. Weston, for BnMol. Eng. (May 29), took 39,663 bushels; bark Sagatun. for Queenstown (.May 31), t-ok 13,967 bushels; bark Minnie Hunter sailed June 4 for Hull, Eng , took 24,85« bushels; and brig Carrie Bertha, which cleared June 1 for Hull, E , took 26,416 bushels. In regard to general trade, we may say that Dry Go ids Jobbers aud retailers are exbibtiing considerable c«ufidence, and the Hide and Leather dealers are somewhat encouraged. In many respects trade in Boston looks a great deal as H does in other comuiercidl centres. The New York Shipping List (3d) says the old high prlcert era has gone out, and a new one ot small profits and quick returns has cumc in, which, rightly ■ODsidered, will be best lor all concerned. It may require con- Iderable time yet to readjust the machioery of commerce, which has been thrown out of gear by the events of the last lew years, but the work Is already far advanced, and the proniisc 01 better days IS as plainly apparent as anything in the future can be. Hard times cannot long remain In a com- niunio where people live within their actual incomes. But though judlcions economy is at all times desirable, and with tbe masses necessary, parsimony is reprehensible. People uDght to spend their money In proportion totbelr earnings. Speaking of Cotton, the New York Commercial AdvertUer ot this (Saturday) afternoon says:— We hear people talking already of anotner crop of equal magiiliude or larger than the present oue now approacttiug Its close It Is luiagination which picture» In this early day large figures, became the new crop Is not made yet. and If seasonable weather favors the cmp, then It Is Justifiable in taking the low track leading to lOc. and perhaps lower; but at the present moment, when Liverpool begins gradually to dlmiulsb her stock, and our own is tending that way. it is natural to expect a slow but gradual reaction of markets, paaticniarly that of Liverpool, which is much below our parity. It is said that tbe late rise In the New York market will be the cause of swelling our present stock, aheady 40,000 bales larger than last year’s. We admit that the stock at N (w York Is priuctpally our weakest point, tn other words, the scarecrow for low prices, and the question <8 asked bow long it will take to dispose of it. We have before us nearly four months before the new crop will begm to come In. aud during tnis time, between our own [porters will find Its way far from our shores. Already we notice that exporter* are shiopliig every notice that is tendered to them, sun shouid not be surprised If they take by degrees a great deal of cotton. Tne market for ‘’futures ” opened firm and higber but toward tne close, pricesturcb opened firm and higher but toward tne close, prices receded 3-83c. to 4 « Irom the highest point, the market closing steady.” In New York to-day. Money was easy at 24(^3 per cent, on call. The clrsing quotations were 2®2i per cent. Loudon advices report a gain of £10.000 bulUon by tbe Rank of England on balance to-day. The market for securities is quiet ana steady.Consols and United States bonds being without change. Gold opened to-day at 112$and closed at II 24 . all the sales of the day having been at these figures. The fluctuations ot tbe week were as given below:— OpeclDg. Illgbest, Lowest. Closing. Monday .............................iis iiq 1I2| 112 J Wednesday.....................112« 112« 112« 112« Tuursday .........................112« 112« 112« 112« Friday............................... 1124 II 24 112« 112« Saturday..........................112« 112« , 1124 112« The Customs receipts at New Tork to-day were $210,000; for the week, 1,410,000; last week, l.856,(XX). The sbipmenis of Specie from New Tork for the week amounted to $937,7,32. The Celtic, which departed to-day, took $100.000 in American Gold coin, $115,000 in SLver bars, and about $.51.000 In Mexican Silver. Imports at New York, gold value, for the week, $4.037,668, of which $760,209 were dry goods, against $967,152 last week. A special mseting or the siocicholders of the Atlantic Cotton Mills will be held on Tbiirsda.v.June 8.1376, at 1-2 o’clock noon, to see It they will authorize the sale of their property, ftc. 'The stock was sold al 50 a few weeks ago. To-day It brought only 25. Sales were small at tbe Boston Stiyck Boar.J to-day, and do not rrouire lengthy comment. At Auction, to-day, Blackstone Bank shares improved a llitle; also Shawmut. State, Third National and Union; some others did not gain in price. Manufacturing shares continue dull. Tbe Treasuier of the Atlantic Cotton Alills, Hon. William Gray, hat Issued a circular, in which he says;— On the I7th inst I wrote to tne agent at Lawrence to close the mills as toon a» he should have worked up Into cloth th» Cotton now on Hand, and this will be done by the loth of June. The uncertain .state of marKets, the large supply ol manufaciured goous of neatly all kinds, which nave not gone into consumption: the probable decline In cotton: the tendency towards toe return to specie payn ents (the brightest sign tn the business world), coDibined to convince me that ray duty to the stockholders of this corporation required this step. The debt of this company. on nearly all o’, wnlch I *m endorser or surety, with my sou. Wm. Gray. Jr.. calls for consiileratiou and attci.iion by the pp prletors. I have decided that I have carried a bnrden, never borne by any other person holding u simitar office, as long as I ought, aud H is due to me as well as to the corporation that aalltlonai capital oe provided ill some mode, that I m.iy be relieved and the compaey placed iu an tudeiieudet t position. The corp<jratioa can then re.sume dividends whenever urotits are made, otherwise a lung time may elapse uetore that can properly be done. A large part of the decline of tne stock arl.ses from .absence ot dividends, and I am clearly ot the oplnlou that the lotereat ot the stockholders will be promoted to the ttUl e.xtent ot any supposed .‘■acriflce. ’ Govemment bond* were active in New York to-dav, A. M„ and strong up to the clos-e.when the following were the price* oflered: U. S. Lhirrency 6 ’s, I24|; U. S. 6 ’s 1881 coupons, 1224; L. S. 5.20 1.8C-5 coupons, 11.5*: D. 3. 5-2« 1865 coupons, 1194; U. S. 5-20 1867 coupons. 1214: U. S. 5-10 1868 oupons, 123«: U. S. 10-40 coupons, 118 *; U. S. 5's 1381 coupons, 117«. New York Flnauclal Matters. NLW YORK STOCK MARKET. Saturday, June 3. The lollowing table shows tte opening, highest and lowest price» of the day :— Oiieulng. Highest. Lowest. N T. Ceidral ................................ ...1!« 110 no Harlem................................................ ...1381.38 138 Eric......................................................... 14« Iti <4i Lake Sliorc........................................ ... 521Ml 524 Watasb ............................................... ... ’¿1 2i2i North’svertern................................... ... l«i40« 40« (to. preferred............................. ... 60¡60} 604 RO(K Island........................................ ,,.106 I06J 106 Cleveland and Pitt*hurp .................. 924 924 92« Mtlwavikee and St. Paul................ .. 39J 40* 394 do. preferred ............................... .. 69« «94 69 Ohio ati(J Mississippi ......................... 17 174 17 Union Pacific ..................................... ., 60 6«60 €., C. and Ind. C............................. ... 4« 4141 Western Union Telegraph ............ ... 68« 6«i 68j Atlantic and Pacific Teiegrapn.,... 15 15 15 Pacific Mall ......................................... .. 27i 274 274 Panama................................................ ...138 140 138 Stocks at the close were quiet and showed a reaction 1 to I per cent, troin the best pnce» of the dav. Railroad bonds w-ete dull and firm P. M. Milwaukee and St. Paul. La Crosse Dlvl»ion. sold at 103. and Union Pacific Sinking Funds at 89«. The following were the closing quotations tor Pacific Railroad bonds: Union Pacific Firsts 104| to 1044; do. do. Land Grants 994 to 100; do. do. Sinking Funds 89« to 89«; Central Pacifies inst to 109. The transactions at the Stock Exchange to-day aggregated 88,7(10 shares. The following table shows the extreme fluctuations lor the week iu the leading shares:— Highest. Lowest. N. Y. Central ......................................... .....................HOi ins Uariem...................................................... ......................1.381374 Kiie.......................................................... ...................... 14134 l.ake’ Shore ............................................. ......................54 514 W abash.......................................................................... 2124 Northwestern........................................ .......................4« 394 do preferred ..................................... ......................001 574 Rock Island............................................. ......................1054 1064 Fort Wayne ............................................. ......................103 103 iti.w auKee and St. Paul..........................................40437 do preferred ..................................... ............ 654 644 Pittsburg....................................................................... 924 92« Michigan Central................................. ......................47441« Unton Pacific..................................... ......................60 594 Haunlbal and S4. Joseph.................... ...................... 13 )24 Ü 0 . preferred ............................... ......................22 22 Ohio and Mississippi........................... ...................... 17Î 168 .Missouri Pacific..................................... ...................... 124 121 Western Union Telegraph ................ ....................... 68i 65| .■Vtlantic and Paclflc Te!.................... ....................... 154 1'« Pacific Mail ............................................. .......................23 Z3i Quicksilver............................................. ....................... 154 Wells. Fargo ft Cu. Express. .......... ....................... 9«4 American Mer. Union Express___ ......................63 63* Increase.................................................................. $37,556 From 1st to 3lst (1 month) :— 1876............................................................ 1875............................................................ ....................$819,8.53 .................... 718,465 Increase....................................................................$101,388 From January 1 to May 31 (5 months):— 1876...................................................................... 1875...................................................................... $3.083.115 2.650,273 2,661,000 pieces, representing $3.814.000, at San Francisco; and 1,797,116 pieces, representing $581,160, at Carson. It. s. Stra-TSEASDRT, BOSTON. — The following was the renort at the close of business this (Satuidayj atternoon. (June 3):-r Total balance.............................................................................................22 Coin balance.. .............................................................. 6.027 O Custom* for week.,........................................................ 216,546 85 nlVlDB.NPS- -The Lowell Manufaciurtng Company have declared a dividend ot twenty dollars ($30) per share, pavable June 8 . BAILBOAD EABNI.NGS. — The following Is a statement of the comparative earnings of the Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Paul Buiiruad Comoany for th* fourth (4tU) weak In May:— 1876 ....................................................................................$296.000 l,s7o................................................................................... 208,444 Increase................................................................ $432,842 — Th* returns of the Atchison, Topeka tnd Santa Fe Railroad fbr the month of May show a large Increase of earnings as compared with last year:— 1876—711 mUes (including leased lines)..............$213,01)0 1C75-507 miles.............................................................. 107,644 Increase....................................................................$104,356 LAND DEPARrnE.NI. Sales—1876......................................................................$104,000 Sales—1855—.................................................................. 2-2.601 Increase......................................................................$81 499 NEW TOBK BANK STATEIIENT. — New Tobk, June S.—The bank statement shows the continued accumulation of legal-tender and bank notes at this centre, the legal-teBder.average having been raised $2.476.100 during the past week, and there being an average of about $650,000 more National bank notes here than dunng the preceding week. The specie average Is also $12P,.300 higher taan last week, the receipts from Calltomla and other unreported sources acccnntlng for this. The average of loans is reduced by $i-i 3 . 00 o, which reflects the diminished demand for bank accommodations from the mercantile community as well as rom the Stock Exchange. The circulation of the New York banks has been reduced an average of $115,400. It should be borne In mind that, when business again becomes active and bank notes can be profitably employed, this circulation can be restored, and probably will be. Then wdll begin tbe only contraction which should be taken into account, when speale payment resumption by the Treasury is considered: for under the Resumption act there must be a destruction of United State* legal tender notes to equal eighty per cent, of tbe new issues of National bank notes. Contrac- tlon of tbe legal tender note circulation Is tbe only contra*- tlon which will help the Treasury to resume. The surplu* r eserve ofthe New York banks 1* now $16,456,150, and tha New York banks now bold about $13,000,OiX) more legal tender notes than they did whea the April currency tide turned tn fcvorof New York city. The following is a compATlson of tbe averages of the Clearing House bancs for tbe past two week»;— tiBMns »t x$*at«H. LIVEBPDOL. Eng. Steamer Atlas—19 (toses steel H B Jackaon—166 bdls fieei Douglas Axe Mfg co—29 crates earthenware J H Pierce ft Robertson-1 cask earthenware L Dari- iDg, Providence—14 cases brandy F G Davies—41 cases wine N Childs—2 cases paper A A Pope ft co—3 esses cottons Fr'Sl ft Adams—10 cases ultramarln Weeks, Dupeeft Soren-2 cases card cloth J ft J Murdock. Leicester—1 case machinery Jss Belers—1 do do Saco Water Power co, Blddeford—2 cases macbtnery Merrick Thread co, Holyoke-1 case buckram Oen- ntsoii ft CO—I case books Prof Asa Gray—1 box L L Hodges— 2 cases machinery A 3 March ft co—6 cases thread Ross, turner ft co—1 docto Sibley, Camner ft co—I dodo Haven* Wright—12 grindstones 1 case shank stones H B Jackson—10 oaies heron SaxonviHe Mills—2 casks earthenware R Briggs— 5 chests Inolgo t box samples C W Slade—«0 bags cocbTneel I box samples Howe ft Goodwin—8 cases thread Amerlcin Net 00—15 crates earthenware WjlUam P Gould ft co—M casessteel JereAbbott—Udodo HLBIchards-5 ca.M's toys Gay ft Wolfe-1 case veneers Jas Alexander—1 case hooks E»tes ft Laurtat—1 bale carpets J G Cushing—I case worsteds Miller Bros ft co—1 case twist W'lson ft Merrill—SO oales Durians C M Baliey—8 bales Jute Sampson, Hall ft co—6 bales Jute cJote 20 casks skins Baring Bros ft co—7 cases yarn Boston Klaslic Fabric co—1 case hardware Sanders ft Creswell— 59 bars Iron J B Moors ft co-12 cases window glass J W McPherson—i case W U Freeman, North Adams—t case Mer­ chants’Despaich co—4 ca»ks pelDt E F King ft cp—1 Mse I ooks J E Gale-2 do do Little, Brown ft co—1 case Houghton ft Dutton—2 cases hardware Lewis Coleman ft co—40 casks salted skins Booth ft co—2 cases seal skins W H Slocum—1 bale teathers 2 cases skins Jacob Norton—2 cases skins Martin Bates ft son—2 pkgs C E Ashcrcft—S cases worsted C Boyce— «6 bales hair L C Chaae ft co-210 bokes tin Fuller. Dana ft Fltz-22 cases 44 bars 4 rolls steel 18 bdls wire roos Nayler ft cc—10 cases yellow metal WlUett. Hamlin ft co—100 boxes Iron 2 bales Wllilston. Knight ft co—20 pkgs earthenware J H Pierce ft Bobeitson—200 cases oranges A 3 ft J Brown * co— 2 pkgs hardware French ft Coffin—12 pktn> chairs J Buck ft son—.*0 cases oranges W L Hooper ft 00 —15 do do James Alcx- am'er-n cases 39 bdls steel wethereli Bros —1 parcel Joun Atkinson-1 do Bow* ft French—1 do J E Whitting—1 00 A William»* CO-1 box Ameilcm and European Express co— 1 hamper live fowls E C Perry-1 case Prof Anthony. Cambridge —2 nkgs ten R Macedón—1 parcel N W Anstin-l do uoodricb ft Stoke, Chlcaao—1 do Faxon. Elms ft co—I do Lane ft Hubbard —1 do Geo Breen—I do Miller Bros* co—loO cases moulds Providence Tool co—1 case R H White ft co—1 do Elms. Wainerftco—1 do Hogg, Brown ft Taylor—5 cases I parcel Wm Lowry ft co—51 cases oranges 88 bo.xes trait D H Tullev ft co—1 case crape C A Hastings—i do do H C Cooke— 3 cases thread J R Leeson ft a—9 cases 1 parcel Stoddard, Lovertak ft c*-5 prgs U boxes 1 parcel E A Scow—41 crates earthenware 13 bales cotton 2 cases Iron tubes 998 boxes tin 210 bales coir yarn 2 cases cardamoms 34 casks 66 tierces :«da ash 22 cases wool yarns 6 bales paper 70 cates oranges 1 « bdls ■ colors order potash 7 biles empty bags I pkg pictures 1 pkg colors order. French Goode—4 pkgs Hogg. Brown ft Taylor—2 do L F Hovey ft co —1 do J A Cald veil ft co—I do Prof Walcott Gtbbs —1 do A W Chandler—1 do B T Smltn—1 do Thompson ft Odell—2 do Horace Partridge ft co-3 do Camille. Reed ft co— 1 cask porcelain C H Davis —1 pkg WReelock. Jones ft co—1 do J B Moor-« ft co—1 do L Beebe ft son- 2 do A Berger ft co—t do J H Eogers-I do B French ft co—1 do Wm Bellamy-l do Sboenhoft ft Moeller-3 do F Lee Boulanger—2 do E A Snow —3 do order. , , ^ CADIZ. Sen Walter F Parker—85 bales corkwood 1 1 bales corks 31 catiks wine MU bbls do 20 octave do B C Clark ftco —3 butts wine 6 hhds do J D ft M WllUams-3 butts wine I«« casks shem T J Dunbar « co-205 tasts salt 35 qr cask* sherry 50 octaves wine order. PONCE. PR. Sch Druid-151 puncheons molasses 26 tierces do 2« bbif f near Sprague, Soule ft co. HILLSBORO’, NB. Sch Rose-213 tons coal order. Keceipts ot K.eatber and Rides-June ». Leather-Boston and Albanv Railroad-54 bdls tlomer Bros -40 do McEay, Dovie ft co-3 do Q A Tower—10 do J M Blake ft CO—3 do A Thomnson ft cw^io do C C Blanej—96 rolls Coon. Crocker ft Jioban—6 do B F Tnoiapson ft co—16 do FrankUii. Uptoo ft co—80 do C J Rbbop ft co—Id 00 Cutter Bros ft CO—5 do W H Sawtelie—4 do Atherton. Hall ft co-19 do Johnson, Eaton ft co—5 do Thomas K Procter—22 do H ft D W Watrous—2u bdl» to boxes A H Adams ft 00 —Id rolls 39 bdls K W Core.i ft 0—22 bdls 4 casks I crate E B Prall ft co— ilrolls7bdls Hobaitft D»yer —.5 bags, A D Nichols. Old OolOQ) anc Newport Ratiroau—96 rolis25 bdls 3 (asesorder. Bortop and Lowell Railroad—69 bdls 19 bags E B Pratt ft co— 10 rolls Knight ft Daniels—9 do Rus-íeli. Johnson ft 10 —20 rolls J Lewl.s ft 00—84 roll* K G Cook. Bos'cd and Maine Railroad—15 bdls Homer Bros—23 rolls J A Roberts. Fitchburg Kal roac—36 bdls 34 bats Allen, Field ft Lawrence—’20 rolls E W Corey ft co—34 rolls A M Bigelow* co—17 rolls J M Jones ft «)—32 rolls J O Sallord ft co—'21 rolls J L ft H C Rodgers— 11.65 side» Hersey, Wa.shburn ft co—2-27« do Thomas K Procter —OrolL Edwards ft Brackett. Portland—Steamer John Brrxiks —20 bdls J O Sallord ft co—3 bdls order. New York—Steamer Olaucus—97 rolls 62 bdl? order. By Exprés.»—Munroe* Arnold’» Peabody Express—265 sides Atherton. Hall ft go—24 rolls Henry Poor ft son—52 rolls K B Hull ft co—10 rolls EW Gilbert-to do Potter, White ft Bay ley —ID do C H Tigh—53do Finder ft Winchester—23 do F Osborn Jr ft co—25 do N N ft C U James—10 do Warren ft Pratt —25 00 Hlgbee ft Fo»ter—14 oo J F Frve ft co—4 do Webster ft co—2 do C F Smlth-13 do Hill ft Almy— 1.8 do A A Mes ter —13 do Allen, Field ft lJiwreuce-2 do C Butler-6 do Hubbard ft Blake—4 do Pemben on Bros—I do L Beebe ft co—24 root Davis Bros* th—lin do order. Moulton * Co’s ttaiem Ext res»—33 roll-' Homer Bros—3( do E F Potter—2 do S W ft K Nash—18 do W K Gilmore—24 do .Marsh Bros—42 do Dew- sou Williani- ft co—3 do Hill ft Almy—7o do Hlgbee ft Foster —21) do Nlcliolh ft DaJton-21 do Hlli ft Aliny-^i2 sides Henry Poor ft eon—30 roi 8 order, Merrill ft Co’s Salem Express— 2;',o rolls Boyd. (Xrey ft co—23 do Stowe, Bills ft Whitney—2 do G F Puinam-25 do E B Hull ft co—13 do Homer Bros—6 do J F Moore—15 do Htll ft Almv-17 do E W Gilbert-20 do J O WtiBOii—41 do J W Field ft co—12 do K B Hull ft co—12 d' J F Moore ft co-77 do D C Haskell ft co. Other Sources- 2(18 rolls or. er. Hides—Boston and Albany Raliroar-3 bales dry hides Edwards* Brackett—10 bales dry hides .56 bdls green hides Jobn»on Eaton ft co. Grand Junction Railroad—500 green blocs Perry, Cutler ft co. Ola Colony and Newport Riilroad— 19 hloe 4 bdl» skill* order. Boeion and lA»weil Rallroa'—5 bdls skins E A Wyn;an. Boston and Maine Railroad—19 gretn hide* 4 bd scalf skins C Ruck. Eltcbburg Rail-oad—21 bol.» hides C D Rrlggs New York-Steamer Glaucus—L53 bdls green suited hides 2 hhds skins order. Forelicn Exports.« ANNAPOLIS, Ns. Sch Honie-65 bbls flour—15 bbls 2 bags corn nK-tti—6 do cut logwood —1 do fustic—I do (am wood—20*1 B)f soda ash—3 bbls tar—I Co pitch—1 do bread—I box oranges —1 do lemons—I melodeon—1 soda fouutaln—10 pkgsharii- ware—I sjap»tone facing—5 hf che»tstea. ST JOHN, NB. Sch Dom Pedro-lOO bbls spirits-5 tons marble—KiO bales oakum—75 pkgs fnrniture-67 bal* shovels— 6 psgs glassware—II bbls kerosene oil—139 rolls sheathing paper—‘ 2(1 bbls pitch—10 bbls tar—10 bdls shalts—23 tubs lard —309 feet a*h lumber—18 boxes md»e. Sch P ff—100 bbls corn meal-2()0 bbls flour—8 tans marble— .55 boxes camed fruit—23 i-kgs furniture. CHARLOTTEIOWN. PEI. Hch Asseo—2 I bbis corn meal —im bbls kerosene oil—35 bbls porgies—65 boxes hardware— 1.50 pkgs » oodenware—400 rolls tarred paper—32 bbls pitch— 41 pkgs furniture—15 bbls beans-1526 bars 176 bdls rod iron— 5(1 pkgs glassware—3 pieces marble—II doors—3 lulls windows —5 bbls 3 boxes oyestuifs—700 feet walnut lumber. WINDSOR, NS. Sch C H Dyer-37 pkgs hardware-5 chests tea—1 bale cotton waste—2 bbls tnroentiBe-141 pkgs furniiure—1 box glasa—1986 feet wainut lumber. MATANZAS, Cuba. Bark Geo X Kemp—1177 b(4Is shookS —13 casks 19* bdls heads —1 horse rakes—8 tyres—8 Iron huos —4 (toi'es axles—I t>ox bolts. C a PE VKRDISANDS. Brie Nellie Mitchell—65..501 feet lorober-100,000 sbti eies—I5ii cases kerosene oil—2 hhds leaf tobai co—34» bbls bread—280 bbls hour-iOO bbls com meal— 400 busb corn—$300 lurniture—4 cases domestics—4 trunks cloth caps. Cotton Receipt*... ....................................June ». By Eatl—Grand Junction Railroad-35 bales Locftwood Mfg CO—34 do G L Ward. Total 69 bales. By Sea—New York—Steamer Glauco»—804 bales order. Total receipts—873 bales. ..June 3. Wool Receipt* ............................ Boston and Albany Kallroad-35 bales Hilton. Weston ft (0 —lO do Hard ing. Gray ft Dewey—2 do Perry, Cook ft Tower — 18 do Fenno. Sou ft CO—40 ao Nichols, Dupee t co—35 do Wright. Worster* Delano—II do Tracy, Purdy ft co—16 do F A ft J Sawyer. Grand Junction Railroad—138 bales F A ft J Sawyer. LoweT. Halltoad—2 bales Garrison* Rodlitte. Boston and Maine Railroad-4 bates order. Etfchbiirg Railroad- 36 bales Ohamberlin Bros ft co. New York—Steamer Glaucas —165 bales order. Total receipts—507 bales domestic. Elonr Receipts .............................................June », Boston and Albany R B. lOonsigBees. Bbls. Oonslgnees. Bbls. 'D W Coolidge ft co.............luo Crockett Bros............................. 50 C B Vamev ft co...................10(1 Williams ft Beat ..................... HStH.lngs..............................186 Catling. Wmcn * co.......................2ou T Neil ................................100 G P Uonam ft co......................ioO J Randall................................loO Nazro ft <-o............................ 399iLyon. Dupuy ft co ..................lOO Alien* Woodworm...............lOOl ----T E ft F Randolph....................65; Total.................................. 700 Woodward. Brown ft co....20i) j Lowed RK. Smite* Monk.» ............................idO Dorr. Heald ft co..................300 C LCutler ft CO .......................... too nuiner* co..........................10« Cummings ft Faner..................lOO Cummings ft Faoer...............106 (itlnian. cnenev « co......300 Robinson* Fellows...............KNi Page.Soutdara ft co ...............2i/0 Uosmer, Crampton ft nani- mond.......................................220 Wric-ht ftAVhitconio ............. .2U0 J GreenougQ «co....................100 Total................................ 200 Total ........................... 2824 Grand junction B r. New- York—Steamer Giancus. G A H ub : ft co ........................100 J P Fenno « co........................mo Total........................ 500 Providence B K. Kobinsou ft Fellows ...............IOO Hosnier, Crauipion ft llam- DioDd.......................... 106 Total receipts..................... 4324 drain Receipt*..........................June 3. Boston and Albany Rai!road-4(i0 ou*b corn Bangs. Scudder ft CO—800 do do Sumuer Crosby ft son—140J bush oats Hathaway ft Woods-1400 bu»u oats J Loud* co—400 do com Lord, Kaiilett ft CO—70« do oats W B Reynolds ft co—lOoO busa shorts WiHMiwara, Brown ft co—700 do oats F S Wheeler. Grand Junction Railroad—.52-0 busb com J B Bngham ft co — 4 H 0 do com Barrett ft Ireland—400 do do Croci.et Bros—lOo dodo Davis ft Tayhr-KKKl do do Greer ft co—800 do do Kinsell, Tabor ft co—WO do uo Lord, Kaniett * co—lOCO do do J F Lamson—6400 do do No. ton, Chapman ft co—1000 bush shorts Fowers.Melvlu ft co—401) do 1 ora W X Baker ft co—2000 do do r H True ft CO— 481 O do do J R Woods. Eltchburg KaUread— SCI' bush corn J F I amson—400 do corn Gilman. Cheney ft co —1400 do oats W B Reynolds ft co—700 do do Goodwin. Locke ft CO—700 do do P Crowel ft son—7.50 do do Gardner, Stone ft c-o—7.50 do do l!c)smer. Cramoton ft Hammond—400 do corn Jackson « Morse—11.50 do shorts F .S Wheeler—700 do oats Lord. Ranlett ft co—.50 do wtieat J Cushing ft co. Lowell Railroad-tooo bush short* Cr-a-ket Bros-7iO bush cats order. Total receipts—30,40« busu corn; 9900 bush oats; 50 bosh wheat; 41.50 bush shorts. (Hea« Kecetpt* ..................................June ». Boston and Maine Railroad—US bbls com meal Davis ft Tavlor. Ettcl burg Railroad—100 bbls corn meal J Cusnlng ftco. New Y'ork—Steau'er Glaucus —100 bbls oat meaJ S G Bowdlear ft co— 2(1 dodo(:7eorge H Ctieever. Total receipts—218 bbls corn meal; 120 bbls oat meal. ProwlBlon* Receipt* ..................................Jnne ». Boston and Albany Railroad-.5« tierces lard C Wright ft co —50 tierce» hams W G Bell ft co—81 dres.sed hogs Lyman Belknap ft co—23 bbls tallow C M Barrett ft co—2 do do order. Grand .lunctlon Railroad-52 tierces lard 12.5 boxes bacon oroer. f)Id Colony Railroad—3 bbis tallow order. Lowell Railroad—12 bbls tallow J Reardon * son. Boston and Maine Railroad—I hhd tallow Moore ft Barrett. Fitchburg Raliroad —65 bbl.s beet Baldwin, Farnum ft Shapleigh—4 btds tallow order. Eastern Railroad—10 bbls grease order. Portland— Steamer John Brooks—10 bbls tallow W e Robinson ft co. T(,ui receipts-64 bbls I hhd tallow; 65 bbls beef: 102 tierces laro; 50 tierces hams; I25 boxes bacon; 81 dres»ed hogs. Tea, Coflfec, NuKar and molasses Receipts June ». By Ball—Old Colony Railroad-50 hf chests tea order. By Sea—New York—Steamer Giancus —118 hf che»ts tea 21» bags cottee 13 boxes sugar order. Portland—steamer John Brooks—50 bbls sugar 25 hhds molasses Dana Bros. Total receipts—165 bt chests tea;218 bags cottee; SO bbls 13 boxes sugar; 25 hhds molasses. Produce Receipt* .......................................June ». Butter-900 pkgs. Cheese—20 boxes. Eggs—7 bbl» 247 boxes. Beans—221 bbls. May 27. Loans ....................$2.51,492.700 Specie.................. 17.368,500 Legal Tenders.. 49.290.400 Deiosits.............. 208.978 700 Circulation 16,099,200 June 3. $250.679.500 17.408.800 51,766.500 211.196,600 15.943.800 Dlflerences. Dec.. $813,200 Inc... 120.3U0 Inc.. 2,476.100 Inc.. 2 217.900 Dec.. 115,400 C0I5AGE SIATI sites, Washington. Jgkb 3,-The total gold coinage for t^ month tf May, as appears trom reports received to-day by Dr Llnderman, the Director of the Mint, was $3,176,160; trade- dollar coinage, $318.100; subsidiary silver coinage. $2,190.105; minor coinage, $12,475 ; total number of pieces struck, 10,215.634 ; total value of the coinage, $6,696.840, This is regarded as a very large coinage. The mints will close lor the annual settlement about the 15th of June, which. It Is expected, willsettlement about the 15th of June, which. It Is expected, will occuny about two weeks. Alter the rosumpttoh of operations, subsidiary coinage, it is probable, wfll be at the rate 01 three — — —. pn—* — — IP 1 vvakM« Vg " A A4 cs k aaav • — —vs * v. v. millions a month. Of tbe amounts auring Mav, 5.757AI8 pieces, representing $1,301,680, were coined at PWladelphia; Boston JIarKet....................................June ». [Reported for the Boston Post.1 FLOUR—There is a steady demand tor flour and prices coo- tli.ue to be sustained for choice brand*, but the saies have been conUned to small lots. We quote Western suoeraoe at $3 50(a4; common extras $4 25')i5; Wisconsin extras $N(t5 75; Minnesota extras $5 25(a6 75; winter wheat Ubio, Indiana and Michigan $6a7; Illinois $6(1^8 2.5: and Bt Louis $6 2.5^9 hbl, Including favorite brands. Southern flour Is Arm but quiet at $7(o)9 ^ bbl for medium and favorite brands family. Fancy Minnesota and Wisconsin extras are selling al $7(^9 37« bb), including choice and and favorite brands. GRAIN—Tne market for Corn is steady with sales of mixed and yellow at 6i(ii65c 1», bush. Oats are In moderate demand at 44((v47c bush for mixed and white No 2; 4((»44c tor rejected; and 50(a55c bush tor No 1 white. Rye at 85 iaS74c bush. Shorts have been selling al *iS(iili; Fine Feed at $if<hl7. and Middling* at $lS(d2i) 18 toe. PBOVISIONS-There Is a dull feellDg for Pork and the »Me* have been confined to small lots. We quote prime at $i7Sil7 50: mess at $zO(a2O50; and clear and extra clear $23 U24bbl. In Btaf tbe saies have been at $il!di3 50 1« bol for mess and extrafmes.», and $l4(<tl5 it bbl for laimily. L*rd 1* dull and In moderate demanu at 12«i<tl34c %( B> for City :ind Western: and Bmoked bams at I.3ihl4>.' f lb. as to quality. City dressed bogs have besn selling at 9c lit S>. Gut meats remain the same wlib moderate sales. LI TTKR—The market remains without change. The trade are pnrcbasivg in lots as wanted, and extreme prices are difficult to realze. The «ales of choice New York and Y'er- mont have beeu at 23(a25c; selected lots at some advance, and common to good I8(a/22c 18 B>. There Is a fair sunply of Western butter on the market, and the sales have been at 18® ■ 24 c ■¥ ®), »» to qualfry. We quote N ew 1 ork and V et mom— Fine dairies, ¥ D .............. .......................23@25 Good to choice................... ............ 22<â23 Common and medium... ......................I3(it21 Creameries......................... ............2 B0.V Selected lots fine.............. ......................25( ä '27 Western- Fine creameries ................ ....................,24@25 Choice ana fine.................. ......................22®'24 Common to good ............... ......................I»a20 CBEEBE—There Isa dull feeling for cheese and it la now difficult to obtain over 10c lb for the b?st lots amvma. The sale» have ranged from 4iii.6c for common, and 9® lOc for factory. with an occasional sale at He f! Ib. We quote : New York and Y'ermom— Choice fitetory. 1g Ib ..............................16 ®1I Common togooo..................................... 4 ®9 West era— Choice factory.........................................9 @10 Common to gcxxl.................................... 4®8 K(i(iS—Stock iatge and deman-1 moderate; prices are low and no prospect of any Improvement. The sales ot Eastern have been at 18«tol4c: Prince Edward Island and Northern at 12® 13c. and Wes ’estera I0®i3c 1^ dozen. We quote : Eastern, ¥ dozen .............................. ...134®U Western and Soutnem.......................to «212 Prince Edward Island......................... 12 (o;i3 Northern ....................................l2K<tl3 WHITE BEANS—The demand fbr white beans has been moderate ana gtxid medium* are not saleable at over $11.5 «) bu*d; Pea bean* range trom $I40ial50 V bush tor Western and Nonhero: Yellow Eyes at $t 7.5ia2 ¥ h03h: Red Kidneys have been aelllng at $1 25®! 40 ¥ bush, and dull. We quote: Pea, Northern and Eastern, hand picked..$1 40®! 50 Pea, Western, hand picked. ...................... 1 25® 1 45 Pea, common........................................................... 1 Oo@l 20 Medium, good and choice........................... —®1 15 Medium, common to good................................... 100(31 «0 Yellow Eyes............................................................ 1 75®2 00 POTATOES AND ONIONS—The market for Potatoes is dull and prices are low. The sales of Jackson Whites have lieen at 40(a45c; Early Rose 30(a40c, and common kinds at 15(03.5c ¥ bush. Bermuda onions are selling at $i 75®2 ¥ crate, and In moderate demand. We quote : Potatoes—Jackson whites, ¥ 1 ) h »1>*.....40®4S Potatoes-Eatly Bose....................................3Ci*.35 Potatoes—Other kinds..................................25®30 Onions. ¥bl)I..........................................$ Onions. new Bermuda. ¥ crate.... 1 75«i2 00 HAT AND STRAW—Prime hay Is scarce and market firm With a steady demand. The sales ot coarse Eastern and Northern have been at $22(a23 ¥ ton; and flue and medium grades $1^20 ¥ ton. In Rye Straw sales have been at $27(<i38 ¥ ton. We quote: Eastern and Northern— ____ Coarse, ¥ ton...............................$22 00@23 00 Medium grades ....................... 19 00to20 00 Fine.................................................. I600fel9 00 Swale nay....................................... ®— — Bye straw ....................................... 27 00fa,2S 00 STRAWBERHIES—The supply of strawberries is large and Drices are low. The sales have ranged trom 10®l5c ¥ qttart and Inferior at lower prices. COTTON—The sales of cotton have been In small lots but prices are steady. We quote ordinary at 81 i<iSic: good ordinary 104®»)*«: low middling llFaU«c: middling I24@l2|c; and good middling at I2«®i3c ¥ 0>, including npiaads and Gulf. SUGAR—The market is firm for sugar at 74®7|c ¥ B) for fair and good refining. Refined sugars have been in fair demand at 10|c tor Dowoered; 104®l04c for granulated, and 8(g;9«c ¥ B) tor the dltferent grades of cotfee crushed. Grocers’ price» range trom I 04 ®i 0 «c ¥ O' tor second and first quality granulated. Bomeattc Markets. See Telegrapb Cotomns for Market a If any. |Bv Telegraph. ( GLODCESTSB FISB MAKKRT. Juoe S-Durlng the week inainc June 3. 49 a»hiQg arrivals have been repotted—3.5 from Georges Bank *1tb an aggregate catch of 525,000 ka Mit cod- nsb:6 from Grand Hank*, with 1963)00 B>s halibut: 6 trom Western Banka wlia .W.OOO k* salt codfish, and 2 from mackerel trip* with 160 l>bts. The mackerel fleet are arriving with small fare«: sales were made at $4 75@6 75 ¥ hW. a» to quality, out 01 pickle. The recelpu ot Oeorgea codfish have been very light and stock on hand small, we quote Mien at $4 so ¥ qtl, and firm. Western Bankers report fish scarce: taken as fast aa It arrives for kMDch curing, fiwr export. at $4 7S615 ¥ qtl: common $4 ¥ ■"Í.Í5 the market. We quote hake at $2 M ¥ <1*1 • PoHo^ ** $2 75 for salt, and $3 SO for slack salted: haddock at S3aa to qnaltty: cti^ at $3: mnguesand sounds at $10 ¥ hbl; halibut fin? at $9 50: halibut head» at $3 50:pt<*ledco<ifl»h$6 60. Round berrtng $3 75 ¥ bW) smoked haubut at 7c ¥ k ; pr*- parod ana boneiesa codfish at 5 to 7c ¥. k. •• quaUtjr. ?re»h halibut In talr receipt; demand light and prtc® rule low: last sales of Bank at 3« and 2«c ¥ k for wait* and gray; George»S4®i|c. Shore fish—Tne tew brought In sell readily. We quote last »ales at 2 *c ¥ k tor flresa codfish, and 14 c for; haddock freah mackerel $10 ¥ cwt. [By Telegraph. I NEW YORK. Jnne 3. 5 PM-Asnc» dull and unchanged at $5 tor pot». Cotton strong and advanced 1-lio; sales 4553 bales:« 1-I6Cfor middling uplands; delivered on contract 240« bate*: tUiurea advanced 4 ® 3 -l 6 c. Flour—recelpu 12.694 bbls; market tn buyers favor with limited expert and home trade demand; sales 12 , 300 bbis; No2at $30£3 5O; sujwfine Western ana State at $4 10®4 *0: common to good extra Western and State at $4 90®5M; good to choice do at $5 ^05 65; common to choice white wheat Western extra st $5 76 ®7: fancy dc$7 05®7 75; common lo good extra UhioM 90 ®7; common to choice extra St Louts $51«®9; patent Mtn- oe*ota. extra goou to prime $6-20®7 40: choice todoubieex- tra at $7 4.5 ®9 .50. including ISOO bW» lew grade at$5 50®3 50; 2410 bbls City Mills extra$5 lS<a6 25: market cloethg quiet. Southern flour unchanged: sales 1050 bbW: common to fair extra at $5®6 15; good to choice do at $6 ao®9. Kye flour unchanged; »ales300 bbls at $i7.5®5 30for superfine. Coro meal more active? sales I40o bbiS: Western. Jerwy and Pennsylvania at $2 P0(d3 25: Brandywine $3 40®3 45. Wheat— receipts ai8.i4l bush: market about Ic better, with good export inquiry; sales 344,000 bush: 98c for rejecwtl spring; $j 07 I 1 % XT.-» ‘t Mil taraealvAA . AI $ 7 £l in for 08forNo3Chicago:$l 094®t H tor Hoi Milwaukee;$117 18 for No 2 Chicago: $1 19(0.119« for No2 Milwaukee; $1 51 for do to arrive, an extrem: $l 3C<^1 30 for Not spriM; $i 07(41 26 lor ungraded spring: $1 20 tor Nos 2 and S winter red Western; $i ,35(« 137 for winter red Canada In bond; $l 45 ®l 64 tor white Western, latter toi- crop 1874. Bye firmer and active;86®S7c for Western :96®97c for State: 96c tor (tonada lu bond: 41.500 bu.»h Western to arrive at 36(<i87c. Barley qnlet, Bariev Malt quiet and uncnanged. Com—Re<*lpts 33.698 busn; soiAid steady; unsound dull and ^cUnlqg; sales 147 ,«00 busD: 38®5«c tor damaged and heated Western mixed; 60(iiE04c for no grade mixed; 56f(t664c tor steamer mixed; 59® Co6S4c fbr graded mixed: 57®594c for ungraden new Western mixed: 59c fbr ungraded yellow Western; Southern nomltal; 6(>®63c lor yellow: 63 ® 66 clor white Southern; also 20.00o bu*h gradeo mixed, June. 59(a»504c. part In settiemeut. Oats -Receipts 34.50U busn ¡sales Í8.000 busn; 32®43c tor mixed Western and State: 3.VS48C icr wblte do. inclualng New York Hops quiet; 8® 15c tor Eastern and western; 12 ® me tor «ew York Stote: 16(®l8c nominal for Californians. Coftee-Rio quiet and unchanged; 1306 bags PT; quoted at 15(<i 18c gold tor cargoes; 1.5®i9c gold for Job Ibts. Sugar quiet aud unchanged; 7|ía7Íc fbr fair to good refining: Sc for prime; 500 hhdsmubcovaau at 7|c for fair refining; refined unchanged. Molasses dull and uocbanged. Bice quiet and unchanged. Petroleum quiet and nominal: crude 8Jc: retined at I4«®l44c. Tallow firm: 128.00« lbs at 84®S H-i6c. Bosiu unchanged at $1 70® I 75 tor suaineo. Turpentine heavy at 36c tor splritA Eggs dull and uiicha.igeo: I2t®i.3c tor State and Pennsylvania: 10® 12c lor Western. Coa. steady at$ 5 (cí 6 tor anthracite per cargo. Leather firm,- hemlock sole. Buenos Ayres and Kio Grande light, middle ana heavy weights at ‘20((®23c: Calitoroia Oo at 21®-Z2c: common doat 2 (i(d 3 - 2 c. Wool heavy; domestic fleec* 3f(arsc-. pulleo 25Ca40c: unwashed at I0(a-25c: Texas at 15 fa27e. Pork dull anti lower: 100 bbis new mess at $i«60(<ii9-. 1500 bhIS July at$I865((il8 80: 1500 bbls August at$19(#19 05. Beet dull. Beet hams quiet. Tierce beef dull. Cutmeats— W estero dull: middle* lower: I04c for Western long dear: 104 ® lojc for city long clear: 20« boxes Ctty long wear PT. Lard opened more steady and dull. but closed lower; sales 3()0 tc» prime steam at $11 20 . closing at $11 124:100« tiercesJuly at $11 20fa 11 ’¿5 : 2750 tierces AuBU-rt at $11 30(0)11 40; 2750 tierces Septeu ber at $11 40® H 52 «: all c/oslng at Inside prices „Butter heavy; I4(a23c trrnew Western; I6<<b25c for do State. Cheese unchanged: 4® 114 c for (»mmon to prime. Seeds— i.ltiseed quiet and firm. Whiskey dull at $1 1«4 old; held at $1 a. Freights to Llverpoo'.—market firmer; cotton, per sail. .5-lCd: per steam, 5-ifcd; corn, per steam,94®tod; wheat, per steam. lOTalOid. I Bv Telegraph. I ST LOUIS. June 3—Whiskey higher at $1 10. Pork steady at $19.50. Dr.v salted meais—some Inquiry: thou'ders at H«c: ciear rib side* 9c¡and clearsKle* 9«c: hebl highor. Bacon quiet -*noulders 74 ®78c: clear rib sides in«-» 104 c: and clear sines l(ii(o l(-«c. Lard lower: current make 194c; aud refined H4c. Hogs—None In tbe market but wiin'ed and would bring full prices. CattJe—None here but wanted at lull pnces. Receipt*—290« bbls oour t«,((ki busn wheal: 33.00>bush corn; 16,000 bush oats: I0ii9 bush r.ve; IOO hogs; 184 cattle. fBy Telegraph. I CHICAGO, June S—Cattle—Becelots 2.V10 head ; shipments 4000 head; market weak and tending downward; common and tmtcbers stock at!$2 S0(ai3 SO; good to prime shipping steers $4 2S®475: best $.5(0,5 25 Hogs—Receipts 7500; ship meiits 5000: market easy: light $6®6 10: heavy to packing $5 90® 6 06 ; shipping $<><8)6 2«. Sheep-receipts 70«; common to medium SSfqA 26: best $4 75®5 50. 1 By Telegrapn. I MILWAUKEE, Juoe 3-Flour quiet. W'heat firm; No I Milwaukee $I 13: hard do $1 17: No 2 do $l 0.54; aud .Vo 3 do 99c Corn lr. lair demaud. Oais steady; No 2 ‘¿‘JJc Rve stea iy; N(> 1 72c. Harley dull. Freight.» steady; wheat to Buflalo 24 c; to Oswego 54 c. Kecelm»—7000 bbls Uoiu; and I74.0i)i) husD wheat. Shiuments—7500 bbls flour, 96.000 bush wheat. [By Telegraph 1 TOI.EDO, June 3—Flour dull. Wheat dull: NoZwaite Wabasti $1 •t.Y; No 3 UO $I 21: No 2 white Michlgau $1 16: extra co$133: amber MIchiVan $12'{l; No 2 do $t o7; Not red winter $1No 2 do$lut; No3reu$til7. CorneaslT; high mixed .5(ic: low mixed 4 . 84 c; No 2 white 49«c; no grade 47 c: damaged l(){c Oats ttrmer: No 2 314c; Michigan 3'¿4: re- ected28c. Receipts—2'¿5 bbls flour: 30,«00 busn wueat. 2.5.000 msh com; 8«0o bush oats. Shinments—:>uo bbls fiour; 3000 bush wheat; 57.000 busb corn; 6000 bush oats. I By Telegraph.) LOL'IS'VILI.E. Jut e 3—Provisions steadier: pork $20. Bulk mtals—shou'ders ()4ci clear rib sides 94 c: and clear .sides 94 c. Bacop—shoulder* 74 «. clear rib side« lU4c: and ctear sides 10«c. Lard—Uerce 134c; keg 14c. Whiskey firm. (By Telegraph.I CHICAGO, Jute 3—Flour quiet. Wheat active and Arm: No 2 Chicago spring at $1 03}®10-3i: No 3 Chicago spring at 914 c; re(ecteu do 8)®8l4c. Con. easier; No 2 at 434c. oats firmer at 28*c. Rye steady at 68«c. Barley moderately active at 58c. Pont lower at $I7 SO'tclS. Lard easier at I0|o. Bulk meat* firmer: shoulder» at 64c; clear riband clear sides 94 ® 94 c. Whl*key$109. Beceipts—lu.iKIO bWs fionr; I28,n«0hnsb wheat: 269,000 busb corn: 77,Obo bush oate: 9000 busn rye: (000 busb barley. Shipments—9«(A) bbls flour; 101.toO buah wheat; 342,(d)0 bush corn: 71,000 bush oats: 420 bush rye. (By Telegrapn. I CINCINNATI, June 3-Pork firmer; sales at $13 25: held at close higher. Lard firmer; steam at lU}c; kettle at I2®i24c. Bulk meats firm; shouideis at ««chid, 6)0 asked; clear rib side* 9cca»b, held higher at tbe close; clear sloe» 94c. Bacon steady; *houlders 74®8c; clear rib and clearsldes 1040 . 104 c and 1«4® R'K. Hogs in good demand and »carce; price» nominally unchanged; receipts 274; shipment» 2000. Whiskey steady aud firm at $ I 07. [Bv Telegraph.l CLEVELAND, June3—Petroleum quiet and unchanged. [By Telegraph.l PKOY'IDKNCE. June 4—Printing cloths market closed flat at prices prevloittly prevailing. The sales ofthe week, as ily ■ ■ ' reported, foot up only 20,00« pieces at .vKbSJc for stand srd and extra 64x64. $cme of the pnnt cloth mills are about to shut down until bnsluess improyes. Cotton market* ..........................Jane 3. [By TelegraiA to the Boston Fost.i LOUISVILLB-Marketqulet; middling ll@ll4c. GALVESTON—Net recoipu 130 bale»: gross receipt» lU baiet,; exports coastwise 1053 bales; sales 99 bales; stock 15,576 bales: market quite; middling life. WILMINGTON—No recelpta; stock 1006 bales; and market quiet; middling tic. MKMPHIR-Net receipts 183 bales; gross receipts 183 oate»; shipments 167 hales; sales 3r>« bales; stock 34,206 bates; market steaay; mladllng Hr. savannah -N et receipt* 190 hales: gross receipts 200 oale»: saies 132 huie»; stuck 7976 bales; market du:!; miduiing He. BALTIMORE—Gross receipts 8 bales: exports coastwise 25 bales; sales '¿25 oales; and »tock 43C>8 hales; market quiet; middling li4®il«c. NEW ORl.EANS—Net receipts.540 bales; gross receipts 815 bales: exports to Great Britain 7491 bales: sales 1000 bales; stock 113,903 bale»; matket quiet: middling H«c, CINCINNATI-Net recelpta 17 hales: gross recaipts 17 bales; shipments? hales; sales 240 bales; stock 15,984 bales; market steady: middling 1 l«c. NEW YORK—Net receipts 483 bales: gross receipts 1099 bates; sales4558 hales; stock 181.97« bale*: market strang;3lld- dilns 12 1-16C: low middling 114 c; good ordinary lOc. CHARLESTON-Net receipt» 75 bales: groe» receipts 5 bales; exports coastwise 113 bales; sales 50 bales; slock 7073 bale»-, market quiet; middling 114 c. AUGUSTA—Net receipts -20 bales; gross receipts 20 bales; Slock 191 bales; market quiet; middling lie; low middling 10c; gocd ordinary 84o. NORFOLK-Net receipts 24.8 uale»: groe* receipts 2(8 oales; exports coastwise 997 haies; sales 140 bale»; »tuck 5768 market steady; middling 114 c, PHILADKLPHIA—Beceipts 97 bales. MOBILE—Net receipt» 18 bales; gross receipts 13 hales: sales 500 bales; stoca 19,294 bales; market quiet; middling 11. CoitsoLiDXTioii—Net receipts at all United States ports tor 1 day 195 bales: exports to Great Britain 7591 bales; exports to France none; exports to the Continent none; stock397,- 775 bales. I'reisnt*. NEW YORK, Jnne S—I From Shipping I,i*i.’—Freight.s- Grain freights to Europe have been mo«lerateiy active at firm rates, but other branches of trade have been extremely dull, with little In the aspect of aflalrs encouraging to tne owners of tonnage. The considerable deet charters for Europe with grain during the week Includes a few .American ve»ieis, but it 1 * generally conceded that there Is no profit In the bus ness at current rates, where the homewa'd voyage has to be maile In ballast. Still, many owner» prefer te keep their vessels In motions rather than lay them up. which In- V( he* loss through depreciation, as well as from the Incidental expenses of w harfage. toterest. etc. Berth rates are »Irorger. The engagements comprise —10 Liverpool, per sail, 30,tt0 bush gralu at 8d: and per steam, .87.000 fiuso grain. .84(ii94d. To Lonoon. p'Tsail, 44.)5)o bush grain, chiefly at -‘i'adid, though Including oue load below tbe inside figure; luo bbls flour at 2s 6d: and per steam, 22.500 bush gralo, lOfqi 104 d. To (Jla'gow, per steam, .52,500 huso grain, 9.®9Jd, To Bristol, per steam, 2C,000 bush grain, 10® I04d. BALTIMORE. June 3—Frelghts-^Graln chaners bare been active, and with light supply of available tonnage lu It, rates have advai;re<i to 7s®7s 3d for ' poit, rates nave aavaucen to ts;a;ts .aa tor bandy sized vessels but Closed Eriday 2d. at 6s 9d®7s ¥ quarters. Some advance also 111 petruleuni charters, but business In other respects remain auli. Steamer room to Liveroool Is in more limited supply and rate.* higher. Steamer Diego cleared within the week with luU cargo, and the Hibernian to leave 7th Inst., has most ot her room engaged; quoted rate on grain S«d ¥ !lows: bush tn ship’s bags The charters for the week were as toi A vessel ol 3500 quarters grain. Cork for orders, at 6s 3d: one 100« quarters, to arrive f'-oni the Delaware, to a direct port In the Uni:ed Kingdom, at 6s; oue ot 24u0 quarters, Cork for orders. 6s fid and £10 gratuity; one of 4500 quarters, to a direct port fis 3d ;one «1 3300 quarters, to West coast of Ireland at fis INI: one of 3.500 quarter*, to arrive Cork for orders. 6s 9d; one of 7300 quartets, same voyage, 6s 3d; one of 3300 quarters do, 7s; one of 36«0 quarters do, 7s 3d: one ot 4000quarters, do 7s: oue of 3(K)0 quarters to arrive, same voyage at fis fid: one 2.®Ooquarters, do. 7s;oneof 4000quarters, do. at 6a 9d:aBr. bark. 660« bbls refined petroieam to Antwerp at 4s 4d; a German bark, 45(.0 bbls do. to Bremen, 4s. SAIUIKR OF THE OCEA« »TM.A n EK.*.. Na**. Greece ....................... Othello...................... Nevada..................... Spain.......................... Fummeraaia'........ Illinois....................... City ot Chester*... Adriatic................... State ot Y'irginia.. Scythia* .................. P Calano*................ Mas.sachusetts........ Anchoria................. Elysia....................... Caspian.................... Wescr*..................... Siberia'..................... Wisconsin................ Lord Clive.. ......... City of Richmond* Algeria*.................... Egypt ..................... Britannic*................ FROM BUROFB. Leavki FOR London..................New York.... Southampton....New Y'ork.,.. Liveroool .............New York.... Liverpool .............New Yors.... .Hamburg.............New York____ Liverpool..............Philadelphia.. Livernoca .............New York.,,, . Liverpool..............New Y'ork.... .(ilasgow................New York.... Liverpool ..............New York_________ Rotterdam.............New York..., Liverpool.............Boston............... Glasgow................New Y'ork.... .Glasgow................New York.... , Liverpool.............Baltimore..., .Southampton....New York.... Liverpool .............Boston............... •Liverpool.............New York..., Liverpool.............Philadelphia,. .Ltveruool..............New York..., .Liverpool ...............New Y'ork..., • Liverpool........N'ew York..., Liverpool...............New York..., FOB SUBOPB. Dan. ..May 21 ..May 22 ...May 24 ..May 24 ..May '24 .. .May 24 ..May 25 ..May 25 ..May 26 ..May 27 ..May 27 ..May 27 ..May 27 ..May 27 ...May 30 ..May 3« ..May :io ..May 31 ..May 31 ..June I ..June 3 ..JiHie 7 ..June 8 Somerset.............. Hussln*.................. (iellert*.................. Kenilworth*........ KotterdaiL'.......... Indiana*................ Citv 01 Chester*. Adriatic* . Spain...................... N'eckar»................. AI»atla*................. Atlas* .......... Massachusetts.., ...New Tork ............Bristol........... ...New York............Liverpool..., ...New York............Hamburg___ ,. .New Tork............Antwerp___ ...New York............Rotterdam.. ,. .Philadelphia Llve»pool..., ...New Yorji ............Liverpool..., ...New York............Liverpool..., ...New York ............Liverpool..., ... New York ............Bremen......... ...New York............Glasgow......... ... Boston...................LI verpool... ... Bo*tuD...................Liverpool... FOB HAVANA, ftc. .June ..June ..June .June .June 8 ..June ..June 10 ..June 10 ..June to .June 10 ..June 10 ..June 10 ..June 15 Etna* ...................... Columbus» . ....New York...........Asplnwall.. ...New York............Havana......... .June •june ■ Those with a star carry the mada. Blinlatnre Almanac..................Tdonrtay, June 5. B igb W xier I »ÜN I M ook IL ehotbop D at '• a M. I 15H.081I lf.45A.M. IE 4.24 3 7.32 Is 3.01 SHIP NEWS RECORD. POBT OF BOSTOa. S** Ttlearapk Column». Saturday, June 3. ajirivkd . Cunard steamer Atlas, Hoseason. Liverpool 23d ult, Queenstown 24th, with 26 cabin passengers, 22U In the steerage, and a (nil cargo of mdse to James Alexander. sch Walter F Parker (of Orient). DanleJs. Cadla 3d ult. with mdse to B 0 Clark ft Co. T J Dunbar ft Co, 3 3 Pierce ft Co. J D ft M Williams, and others. Br sch Adah, Bnrrill, Clementsport. Steamer Glaucus, Bear»e, New York, with mdse to H M Whitney. Steamer John Brooks. Llscomh. Portland. CLEARED. F obiio !»—S teamer Carroll, Wright, Halifax and Charlotte- to'wn. by E Nickerson ft co; Br brig F H Odiorne. Renault, Sydney. CB, Perkins ft Job; Br schs 0»seo, Graham. Ghar- lotttlown. Hatbeway ft Co; C B Dyer. Boyd. 'Wlndror, NS, by the same; Clyde, Anthony, Granville, W B Forrest; John G Hall. Conley, do. by th* same: Don Pedro. Peck, St John. Kis. Hatbeway ft Co; Howard Holder, William», do via Portland.! B Harrl». Alse cleared, Br bark George T Kemp, Taylor. Matanzas. by M F Pickering ft Co; brig Nellie Mitchell, Johnson, Cape Verds, Truiant ft Davis; Br sch P W, Teare.St John. NB. C oastwise —S teamers William Lawrence, Howe», Baltimore via Norfolk, by E Sampson; Norman, Nickerson, Philadelphia. E B Sampson: Neptune. Berry. New York, by H 31 Wbiiney; New York, Winchester. Portland, by W H Klloy John Brrok». Llscomb, do, William Weeks: Ship Tosemlte ■Mack, San Francisco, by G L Taylor ft Co; schs Sarah Bruen Petty. Chester. Pa. J W Llnnell: C B Paine, Hilyard. Eastport: W'llllam Bice, Pre*sy, Rockland: Mary A Powell. Wll- lev, Portland, to load for New Orleans. H Bose ft Co. Sunday, June 4. ARRIVED, Br bark Saida, Gregory. Plctou. Brig Hattie (of Boston), Robinson, Baltimore via Vineyard Haven. Br sch Druid, Smeltzer, Ponce, PR, 19th ult, with molasses and sugar to Sprague, Soule ft Co. Sen Caleb Eaton (ot Boston). Savage, Baraiwa via Vineyard Haven. wUh fruit to J C 'Tyler. Sch City of Chefgea (of Ellsworth), (ioodwlB, Berninda via Vineyard Haven. Br sch Eliza Batchelder. Parks. French Cross, NS. Br »ch Minneola, Langley. Bear River,NS. Br sch Rose. Vaughan. Hillsboro. N B. Sen Native American. Aenew. Calais. Sch Mary Eliza. Bullock, Bangor. SieamerWUUamCrane, Howes, Baltimore via Norfolk, to E Sampson. Steamer Gen Whitney, Hallett, New York, with mdse to H M Whitney. Steamer Katahdln. Rolx. Bangor. Steamer George A Chatee, Tenng, Gloucester. BELOW—Sen Ida L Howard, of Portland. SAILED—Saturday, wind ESE to SSW, steamer» Parthia (ata AM from below), Carroll. WUllam Lawrence. Norman, and Neptune; hark Essex; and from the Roads, bark Mlimle Hunter, and ong Carrie Bertha. Nothing sailed Sunday, wind SW to E, light. VINEYARD HAVEN. Friday, June 2-Ar, bark N M Ha ven, Ulrick. Perth Amboy for Portland; »ch» Telegrapn, Iborodlke, Rondout for Boston; D F.11U Torrey, do for Bath: Wanderer, Coombs, New Bedtord for Round Pond; Newport, Miller, New York fbr Wtndftor, NS; DayMeht. Reed, Baogof for WasbtiHrion; Vaahtl R Gate». CtaUls lor Mystic. Balled, barka N M Haven, and Ocean Pearl; »en Telegraph; sloop C K Trumbull. Wind NNB. moderate-PM. ftggy. EDGARTOWN, Jnne 1—Ar, steamer Lottie W Merrill, Brightman. Newport tor Bound Food,_Me; acnaSS Brown. Mott, Albany lor ^ton; ___________ Storm Child. Toong. (fbr (xecffgea); Belle ot tbe Bay, Bnunona (do) ; Helen Thompson. Waiton, Sew York for Boston; Rebecca M Smith «tbree-mastedJ, Grace, Philadelphia for do. Vesse)» reported 30tb are still here. 3 d—No wind, and thick fog. [Prom our oorreaDonoenta.j GLOOCESTBR. Maae. June S. 1 Office ot Cape Ann Advertiser. / Ar, schs Adeline. Hodgkins. Mlllfiridge for Boston; Black Warrior, Stephens, Calais fbr (to; Wellington, Harbour. Gar- dhterforNew York; LiuteK Clark. WiUiam T MM’chant. O Henry Friend, south mackereltng. 4th-PM. AT, bark James A Borland, Baker, Cadiz April 34 , with salt. Sch Maria, of Westeily, has been bought by George 3 Ureenman, of Norwich, for $3.500. and 1» now receiving repairs. The original cost of the veseel was $ 1 7,000. Steamer Laurel, built by WUl'am T Malsler for the United States Lighthouse Service, was launched June 1 from the yard ot the Columbian Iroc works. Baltimore. Ber length from rabbet to rabbet 1» 134 feet: breaath of beam molded, 25 leet; depth of hold amldsblp»- <o feet. She Is to be schooner- rigged, aud will have two upright boilers, 21 by 27 surface- cundenser. fine boiler. BALTIMORE. Jnne 2—Steamer Florida (new), recently placed on the route between thi» port and Norfslk. has been withdrawn. It has beeu ascertained that there were defects In ber construction. When the wind Is blowing so as to strike tbe steamer upon her sides, the gas-bouses upon the hurriitoue deck being very high, cause tbe steamer to careen BO much as to necessitate their removal and the substitution of lamps Instead of gas In the various departments ofthe steamer. Another defetrt lobe remedied is the obstructioum running caused by the braces under the guards. In a high sea these brace» strike against the waves and chock the soeed of tbe steamer considerably, ana It Is accordingly Intended to place what Is called a spousing where the braces now are. The repairs will cost about $2(JU6. mSASTJBKS. Ac. Steamer N'eckar. at New York trom Bremen, renorts; May 29, lat 42 48. ton 42£0, passed a wrecked vessel, bottom up: supposed a fisherman. Ship Success, Chase, at New York from Havre, which arrived 2d, hud anc' o ed at Sandy Hook, reports; May 19. lat 50 41. ion 46.56, passeu a vessel of about 90 tons bottom up, fresh painted bottom, with copper paint, sunposed to be a fianlng schooner, and but a short time In that condition. Bark Thomas Cocbrane, Taylor, from London for Boston, put into Halttsx 3d Inst, leaky. Bark Imperial, from New Yotk for Oporto, while going to ............. “.«K, Ol ‘sea, ran aground Friday (2d), PM. near Atlantic Di«s. suDsequently came ofl and proceeded. pa»sing Sandy Hook at 4.08 PM. Bark Tbomas Lee. KcDdall.trom Workington for Quebec, with coal, before reported ashore on (toose Island, was towed ofi June 2, making water: will dock and be surveyed, Sch U B Everett, trom St Jago tor Boston, was spoken (no date), lat 33 25, Ion 77. with loss of foresail, flying lib, fore and maintopsails ; was supplied with sail needles and coffee by *cb Burdett Hart, Brooks, al New York June 2 from Fernan- diua. Brig Julia Blake. Knowlton. from Rio Janeiro April I for New York, with a cargo ot rosewood, has pul Into St Thomas, leaky. Stesmer Stelnmann, fYom the River Plate for Antwerp, put It to Madeira May 17, witn macnluery defective. Sch M M Merrln-aD(ofTauDton), Crane, from Bay River,N r, lor F»li River, before reported at Norfolk.l-aky. put iu May *alle(‘ '31 (;iot a* before.) She sailed from Bav Klveron thezsth.aod during tbe paisageeccouDiered strong Northeast winds. On the 30tb, Cai>e Heury bearing west, tbtrCv miles distant, at 3 PM, >be ktele't over on ber port side. when, on soundiug the puc.ps, found that she bad spruug aleak at tbe rate of 15uu strokes per f-our. which requited constant pumping br all l ands, in order to keep her tree. She will undergo repairs at Gr.'ves's ehlpyard. Sch Carrie MelvU), w hich was ashore at Cape Romain, an4 snb.=( qmntly floated, amved at Charleston May .30. in tow of sieauicr Louisa, and sDe was berthed at Arcommodarton wharf Her hull doc» not show any spectal signs of damage, blit ?he will require an entire outfit, hei masts being cut away, ner rudder bro en at the stock and nearly everything moveable being taken away when she wa* first abandoned, Stb Waterline, ot Boston, at Vineyard Haven, which was n n Into in Vineyard sound, was heeled over on Tnursday, enough to repair her Later accounts stale that sne has been pumped out, and now lies at Steamboat wharf. Nauluckef. June 1—A schooner loaded with lea. which had iK-en run into by stean;er L»nca?ter. wa» hookM on to on .Saturday by the River Queen, at the mouth of Vln»yard Haven Harbor, to be towed Into shoal water. Sh-* refused to move, and the steamer !eit her. TVHAL.RKN. At Porto Praya. CVI, Auril 21, barx Peiry, Ba»sett, Edgar- tow n. no report I't oil. *-e**rs Haven. WlllUm» ft Co, are flttmg another whaler at New Bedtord. A letter from Capt Tripp, of oark Pioneer, of New Bedford, dated Barbadoes May 12. reports arrived 8th. with 700 bbls .»Derm oil alt told. At3AHAorU27, was run into by bark Abbotlslord. stri»ing the Pioneer on the starboard bow, staving in bulwarks trom tbe fore rigging to the knlghtheads. car- r.i lug away Jibtxxim, fly Jlbboom and stays, toretopmast. fore- topgallant yard; knocked the Pioneer on the other tack and came in on ber quarter, cairylng away main rail and stanchions irom quarter 10 the gangway; carrying away starboard boat, davits, and everything belonging to her; also carried away overhead bouse and bearers and stove boat on the bearers, ana carried awav two main chains, broke the mizzenmast in three pieces above deck, carried away main- topi.allaut yard, and chafed the main and mlzzec rigging, roniniop and back »fays. Tbe Pioneer was repairing as rapidly as possible, and would ship part 0 : oil by brig Elvie Allen for New Bedford A letter from Capt Edlck. of bark Sappho, of New Bedford. reports her at Barbadce* Aprtt 12, witb 200 bbls sp oil. Had »hioped oil by brig Elvle Alien for New Bedtord. aud sailed 14th to cruise. [Per steamer Atlas, at Boston.] Ar at Liverpool 20th ult. Evangeline, Manson. New Orleans —22d. Siberia. Hrquhari, New Grloan»: William Itougiass,trom do; Gen (iorjzales, Whltne.v, Cbarle-iton. Off the port 23d, Revolving Light, (toonan. from New Orleans. Sailed 21 St. Hattie N Banes. Bangs, Buenos Ayres; Horien- sla. Slmn on*.. Quebec—^-Zd, Carrolton. Lewis, New York. Cleared 2 uth. Tabor, Taylor, San Francisco; Maria Augusta, Ubuian, Sandy Hook. on the Bar Lightship Itfh, B Sewail, Pennell, from Llver- pcoi for Pbtladelptila-I9th, Ljdla Pescbua, Fechter.frum do for M ilmington. NO. Ar at Loudon 2uth. Fire Queen. Hamlltoo, New York—22d, Denmark (»), William?, do (and entered outward for do.) Cleared 20th. Gentile, B»rjetb, New York (and sailed from Giavesend22d; Emma, Cox. do (aud sailed from Uraveseud 2Ist)—‘22d. Janet Ferguson, Ritcble, Montreal. Sailed trom Gravesend 20th. Viator. Eng.Pbiladelpbla. Anchored ofl Deal 22d, Andrea, WUhelmlaa, Wetlgusi, from New Orleans for Reval. Ar20tb. Johann Wilhelm, Albrecht, London for PhUadel- pnta (and sailed ) Ofl the Lizard 19th, Johann Ludwig, Holljes, from Bremen for Baltimore. Pas.-'ed 20tb, Iris, Armstrong, from London for Miramiobl (or Sandy Hook.) Ar at E'aimontb 21st. Vermont, BIchardaon, Callao. Ar at Gloucester 20tb, Excellent, Shaw, Portland, soiled from Bristol 20tb, Rockland, Cann, Montreal—21st, Hebe, Freliag, Sandy Hook. Ar at Lowestoft20tn. Helios, Lund, New Oriean», Ar at Ipswich 2ist, Marie. Levolo, New Oriean». Ar at Barrow 22d, Lady Dnflertn, Flynn, Savannah. Cleared at NewcasUe 20th. Elizabeth, for San Francisco, Ar at Hull 22d, Ulnae (s), MUls, New York. Ar at Portmador 20ih. Ocean Child, Davieg. Doboy. Ar at Glasgow I9tb. Emma 'V'. Bernier. Portland. Ar at Greenock 22d, Caribou. Kenny, Java. Ar at Lelib 2-2d, Manson, Smith, Porto Rico. Sailed 22d, Carrier Dove, Stmmons. PnUadelphia. Sailed from Beiiust 2Utb, Acadian, Cusin, New York; Emma L Shaw. Macomber, Troon. Westport—Ready for sea 19th, Saga. Larsep. New York. Salted from Dublin 2utn, Francis HUya'd. Abbott, Lewes, Del. Ar at l.lmeriek 22d, Siringa, Trefry, Philadelphia. Ar at Ancona iSth uit. Wanderer. Gove, New York. Sailed from Trieste 19th ult, Luigi Ruggiero. Callero, New York. Aral Messina 14th ult, Caledonia (s), AIII»on. Sorrento (and sailed i5ih tor Palermo, where she ar I6th). Sailedfrom Palermo l7th ult, Veteran, Gage,New York. Sailed trom Leghorn l.rtn ult. Nomad, Jayne, New York. Sailed from Genoa 17th ult, Midboe. Lars, New York. Cleared iHtb, Arno, Soppa, New York; Assyria (s>, Donaldson. Leghorn. Ar at Malaga 14th ult, Abby Bacon. Merrill, Gibraltar. Ar at Caalz letfc ult. Anna. Hawkins, New Orleans: Mary Stewart, McLaren. New York. Sailed )5tn, Fannie B Tucker, Gloucester, Mass—16th, Joshua S Bragdon. Fletcder, do. Sailed from Bordeaux 19th ult. Carlo, Tonnesen. New York, Ar at Palais, BI, 19th ult, Thos Hilyard, from Independeu- cla Bay (and sailed for the Loire). Hii ............................ "Ar at Havre 20th ult. Editn, Homer, New Orleans, Cleared 19th. Nicnolas Thayer, Crosoy, New York. Ar at Antwerp J9th ult. Superior. Helgesen. Philadelphia. Ar at Flushing 20tn ult, »Eolus, Andersen. Baltimore. Sailed itom Maasluls 19tb ult. Sophia U Luhrs, Hopkins, New York (and returned to the Hoads). Cleared at Rot;erduii2,ith uit. Alert. Jonassen. New York. Ar at Bremerhaven 19tb uW, ftlosei (s), Neyuaber, New York. tor at Elsinore I8th ult. Loreley, Marcussen. New Orleans for Cnmstadt: B B Jburch. Kelley, Mobile tor do (tbe B B Church *lnce ar at Croi.stadt Zsia). Passed Copenhagen I6th ult. Mentor. Rice, from Baltimore for Dantzic—18tb, Ludttlg Hurcbard, Korfl, from Riga tor New York. toy at Stettin 18th ult, Graf Moltke. Ohlf, New York. Sailed frth. Soimrville. Baker, Bordeaux. Ar at Nagasaki March 13. Rosetta McNeil, Brown, Shan hae. Ar at Hong Kong about 17th ult, Uceanic (s), Parseli, and Lotus (s). Gray. San Francl.?co. Ar at AJ-yab April 15, Wasefield, ttorver, Batavia. Sailed from (’alcutla April 24. Su«sex, Stap. San Francisco. Sailed fiom Kurrachee AprlrZO, Annie Lorway, Gl.es, rfom- bav (and arat B 2fitb). Sailed from Madras April 27, David Brown. Colcord, Calculi a. Sheerticss, May ¡9—Bark Ilmatar. waterlogged, has been lowed hurt from Dungeness with fore and mainma-t? cut away by salvor*. The crew- have been sent on from Dover, and are now on board toe ship. Madeira, .May 14—On tne morning ot the 12th Inst (no pre- vlou. Indkation of any change tn tbe weather having been perceived) a gale suddenly began to blow from the SW and Increased lu violence as tbe day advanced. About 3 PM the sen Osprey of Penh, dragged from her anchors and went ashore, tbe captain and crew being ail saved. During tbe nlghl the gale raged at Its highest, with a tremendous sea ninnlng. and driving four other vessels ashore—two American bngaritlnes (the .Maurice. and Nellie Clifford), and two Portupnese. The crew* were ah saved with tne exception of two men, both Periugueje. Shanghae, April 6—The Free Trade. American bark, pre- vfouslv reported In dry dock here, undergoing repairs, has completed the same. I Per steamer Atlas—Additional. ( Arat Liverpool 22d ult, Stella. Kay, New York: Bride of m It Lorup, from independeocla Bay; Revolving Llcht, Coonan, New Orleans—-23d, Adorna. Hawkins, do: B M W idtn,.Moller, Wilmington: Ontario, Martyn, Hamburg; Olive Mount, Jordan. New Orleans; ThorubUl, Hayes, do; Lincoln, from do: Ellen. Sntton, do. Cleared 22d, Andrew Jackson, B.irtlett, Boston; Crimea. Glover, Buenos Ayres: Atlanta. Gunderson, Ouega; Walton, Williams. St John. NB. Ofl tne Northwest Lightship 21st, Hattie N Bangs, Bancs, from J.lverooo! for Buenos Ayres. Ofi Holvhead 23d. Pegasus, from New Orleans; Mary Pcost, trom Galveston ; F.mplre ot Peace, from .Mobile. WlndWNW, moderate. [All three of tne above arrived at Liverpool same day. 23(1.1 Ài- at London 23d, Sam Weller (s). Murray. New Y'ork. in. Ba Entere<l outward 23d, Talisman. Baker, for Onega. Passed Deal 22d, Emma L Partridge, Partridge, trom Mobile lor Kottezdain. Passed the Fastnet 20th, Reynard, Field, from Liverpool for Boston. Passed St Catharine's Point 22d, D W Chapman, Tukey, from New Orleans for AmsteMain. Sailed irom Hyae22d, Tranquebar, Waterhouse, Hamburg. Ar at Gloucester 23d, Genoa, Priest, N York. Ar at Falmouth 22d, Linda, Costa, New York tor Glasgow— 2.8d, Huntress. Gunn. Bio Janeiro. Arat Bristol 22d. Gem, Smith, New Tork; George Peabody, from Pensacola. Ar at l.ymi 23d. Kate Howe. McNeilly, Baltimore. Sailed from Hull 22d, Othelio (s). Brlitow, New York (and passed Yaimouth same day). Cleared at Newport 22d, Isaac Jackson, Welsh, Bnenoi A.vres. Ar at Cardlff22d, Gov Wllmot. Lowe, London. Sailedfrom Shields22d, Semlrarais, for San Francisco. Sailedfrom Dundalk23d,Glpsey Queen, Montgomery,for Baltimore. Ar at Greenock 2.3d. Helen Finlayson, Alexander, Trinidad: H L Kouth, Martin, Portland; Iza. Chandler, do: Frank. Pet- tersou, Wilmington, NC. Ar at Belfast‘22d. Forest Belle. Scott, Baltimore—23d, B Webster, Prtnce, Portland, Ore: Lothatr, Holywoixl, St John, NB: A F Stoneman.Calu, Philadelpnia. Ar at Queenstown -231. Maury, Christiansen. New Orleans; American Eagle, Tozler, from Pensacola (and sailed for Lon (ion). Ar at Table Bay, CGH. April 23, Svanen. Schultz. NTork. Sailed April 22. Charles H Lewis, Race, Algoa Bay. Cleared at Genoa 19th ult. Belle of tne Bay, Williams, Glr- ^ SalVed from Marseilles 13th ult. Goodwin. Craig, Cardenas. Sailed from Cette 19Mi ult, C K Jayne. Osborne, Islanc of Elbr aud Philauelphta. _ Ar at Alicante I3ih ult. Giles Loring. Anderson. Valencia. Sailed IHth. Endeavor Mountfort, Almería. Ar at Gibraltar I4ih ult. Lizzie, Carney. Genoa land cleared 15th lor Bufeton). , _ ^ Ar at Antwerp 21st ult, Palma (s). New Tork. Ar In tne Texel Sist nit, Kedowa. Wallace. New York. Sailedfrom Maasluls 2lst ult, Sophia K Luhrs, Uopklns, ^llraí^Biga 18tb ult, Fearie»», Slater, New York; Racer, Knudivn, New Orleans. Ar at Cronsudi I6ih ult, Eldorado, Larsen, Savannah. Ar at Anjler April 10. Hawthorne, Nason, Padang. Ar at Penang April 18 Invincible, Strickland. Liveroool Cleared at Maulmaln April 13, Kit Carson, Spence, Europe. Ar at Baiseiu April 12, Uenrietta. Blaocbard. Liverpool. Sailed iTum Colooibo April 14, Polly, Wood, New York. [Special Despatch to Merchanu’ Exchange. 1 Ar at Madras April 24, bark Btban Allen. Hardy, Point de Gaiie (and sailed April 26 for Maeulipatam). Sailed from Havre 3d in«, «earner St Germaine, Blculous, New York. Ar at Liverpool 3d Inst, »hip Loch Cree, Currie, San Francisco. Sallea, ships Revolving Light. Coonan. North America; Herman, Dlllon, Bombay : barks T Jeffle Southard, Woodworth, Uni'ert State»: Florrt M Hulbert. Handy, do. Also 8«lJ*d trom co 3d ln»t, 5 PM, steamer Ihenan. Horne, for Boston. Sailed from Lontton 3d lust, »ch Charies Morton. Pike, fbr Boston. Sailed trom Newcastle, Eng, 3d lost, steamer Woodbnrn, Thompson. Pbliadelphia. Sailed trom Bristol, Eng, 3d lost, steamer Arragon, Symons. New York. Sailed from Belfast. Ireland, 3d Inst, bark Hattie Goudy, Hammond. North America. At iqulane March 3l. ship Magellan. Henry, for Boston, Idg; bars CuD&tiintlon, Bishop, for San Francisco, Idg. Cleared at do préviens to April 1, bark Maud Scammell, Thcmpson, Falmouth, Eng. Salled*from Cientuegoe 29th nil, baric Scotland. Wetmore, New Y'crk; sch Mary B Staples. Malt. Pniladelphla. Sailed trom Sagua 29th nit. barxs Surprise, AveriU, North of Hatteras; Edwaru Cushing. Bicktnore. do. Ar at Havana 2d ln?t. barks J E Woodworth, Prederlckson, New York: Elba. Gover, do. Sailed from Cardenas 1st inst, sch J M Riley, Small, North of Hatteras. Cleared at Sydney, CB, 3d inst, sch Grace Bradley, New Turk. Ar at Plctou 3d lust, sch Elizabeth Ann, Decoste, Boston. Sailed, sch Margie. McFadden, Portland. Sailed ircm do 2d Inst, sch Acadia, for Portland Arat Yarmouth, NS, 3d inst, sch Gladiator, Parker, Portland. Ar at St John, NB. 3d ln*t. sch E Chambers, from NYork. Cleared, brig Ysldota RIonda, Plummer. Havana: *cbs M L St Pierre, Haley. Providence; Nellie Clark, Clark, New York. Also ar at do 3d in«, sen Brill, Colwell, Boston. FORRIR?« PORTS At Penang April 22, ship Herald of tne Morning, Towne. lor London. Akyan, April 24—We have not heard of any transactions being entered Into during the past tortnigbt, aud *t present there U no demand tor tonnage. , • _ Rangcon, April 22 -We have a few transactions to report, but they are all at low rates, and the market again closes very dull. Several ships are still unfixed. At Calcutta 28th ult. snips Lottie Warren, and Victoria, for Boston; Nancy Pendletim. Pendleton, uu(j. Calontta, Apnl 23—[Atkinson. Tilton ft Co’s Reporlj—Tn ■ ■ ■ ■ Dold-consequence of numerous arrivals, shippers have been leg back their cargo In the expectation of lower rales, and _ their agents have, eo far, been firm, very little business ha» been transacted dnring tbe past week; we think, however, that betore tbe mall closes, engagements will be made tor seeds at a decline of 2s 6d on lAst rates. For London via Cape —No fresh tonnage has. as yet, been berthed, bat Un and rapeseeds are oflering freely at slightly lower rates than lost nald. For the Uulted State»—The chartered tonnage for New Tork which had been placed on the market, has been amnmd tor. For Boeton, there Is some cargo In the market, whl^ will enable the Victoria to fix in a lew daya. For New York —There ia rather more ineulrv resulting in the charter of ue iron ship Red Gauntlet (Br. 107* ton», iron) seourlog • full cargo cccatstlng-of W.OOObagS Hame*. IM totxHght freight. snci'balaBce canto Ihueed of'meesurrment goods at $84. «Rtu I faltp- opUoos 15(0 bag» cutcb at same rate, and .50 tona raltpetre at - a. relettlDg t=CW fo TDOo bacs Ht.seed at charter rat*. The vacboe has re-Iet JOO ca»*8 sheltac at $8«, aod U bal** ! goat sfclns at $8«. Savoir Faire. 300 baga turoeric at $8«. i ?or the Weil Indie«—The WlHtam D Seea (Br, 67* tons. 74. to arrive, baaaarared a cargo 01 rice at «for Jamaica. bay. May 1 —Chartered- For Havre—The A S Davis, 13S9 tons, full ca'go, £*, and conalgnirrat commission. Colombo. April - 28 —Freights for Loorton-CtoMug ratee, per sailing vessel ; Coffee In casks, 16 cwt, 5us : do in bags. 18 cwt, 30s: Junk and yam in rolls, 13 cwt. 30?. Per steamer; Coffee Id casks. 16 cwt, 70s: do in bags, 18 cwt, 4«»; junk and ram in rolls. 12 cwt, 30s to i5s. Ar at Mauritlns previous to30th ult (by cable), bark Nellie ■■ i.Bomt _ _ P(K1 KU» Berton. M Slade. Atwood. Ar at Pmt KUziibeth! C^, 2d ult, ship Memnon. Baker, Ar at Sierra Leooe no date (by cable), brig Shasta. Brown, Boston; *cb N Hand. Dougherty, New Tork. Sailed, bark Liberia. Richardson. New York. Ar at Madeira May —. sch M C Moeeley. Higglna, Wtlmlng- ton, NC. Sailed, wig Prloret». Bull River. Ar at Gibraltar lOth ult. bria RovlgiUmo. de Genaro. Mee- slna tor New York (aod towed tnrough the Straits itthr— Mtb, berk Investigator, Bateman, narselile» for do: orlg Ml- rtoda, Bartsell. Malaga for do. Sallrto lltb, siffi H C Wlu- thlp, Doane, (from Trapani) Gloucester. Mass-*0th. bark Scbsmyl.Snow, (from Palermo) Philadelpbla. Sailed iron» Lisbon May —. sch J B Atkinson, Toong. Philadelphia (after putting bock). Sailed trom do previous to 31st nit, brig Helen O Phlnney, Boyd. New York. Ar at Bordeaux 29th ult. bark B A Parr, Bobbin», Indepen- dencla Bay. Ar at Hamburg 1st Inst, ship Oaceola. Nlckerstm. Guaymas. Sailed 1st. ship Lady Blesslcgton, Brown, Quebec. Passed Copenhagen 26th ult, bark Mississippi. Hein. New Oriean* Ifcr Reval. AT at Reval l»t Inst, steamer Berlin. Beimbruito. Savannah. Sailedfrom Llverp<x>i 2d lost, brig Kossack, Smltn.Cow Bay, CB. 0 « Deal 2d Inst, bark Arlstos, Klldahl, New Tork for Hamburg. SaUed from Bristol, Eng, 2d Inst, brig Three Sisters, for Philadelphia. Ar at Grimsbr 1st lust, bark Hello*. Sneilman. Darien. Ar at Sutton Bridge 1st Inst, barks Theodore, Dantelsen, St Marys, Ga; Mexiceu. Baxter, Pensacola. Ar at South Shields 1st inst, bark Adventure, Jamie, Pensacola. PaRsed St Catharines. IW. 2d Inst, steamer Presnlfc, Armstrong, from New York for Igmdoa. Ar at Glasgow 3lst ult, steamers Pbcenlctan. Scott, Quebec —2d inst. Acadia, Craig, New York; Alexandria. McKay, do. Ar at Sligo ‘29th ult, bark Htberuian. Kerr, Darien. Sailed from Queenstown 2d Inst, steamer City of Richmond, Brooks (from Liverpool) New York. Ar at Vlct(^a, VI, 29th ult, bark Revere, McIntyre, San Francisco. Ar at Mollendo 13th ult, ship Gardner Colby, Streeter. Savannah for Callao and Pascamayo. Sailed trom Demerara lOth ult, brigs Georgia. Fields, Balti­ more—llth, Eastern Star, Foster. New Tork—Uth, Delta, for Halitaz. At do Uth ult. berk Zeohyrtne. Johnson, for Turks Island and Boston, to satl tn 2 days; schs WUitam B Keeney. Beers, for Liverpool: Kate Wentwortn. Mead, from New York. Salted ntimNaguabo, PR, *d inst, sch Harriet Brewster. Saniori«. New York. Ar at St Thomas nrevlons to 1st In«, brig Julia Blake, Knowltoc. Kio Janeiro for New York, leaky. Sailed from Trinidad 29tb ult, brig Hans Olsen, Medboe, Boston. Ar at Batabaro26tb ult. brig Erie, Sparks, Honduras; sch Maud Barbour. Pabnke, do. Ar at Havana 2d Inst, steamer Liberty. Sundberg, NYork. Sailed 3d. bark Robert Murray Jr. Purtngton, Sagua. to load tor a port Nortfi ol Hafteras (not a» befbre reported). Ar at St Johns, NF. I2tb ult. sch Maggie Masters. Masters, Ne« York. Cleared i8tn. brat Alton.Cupp. Mlramlchl. Ar at do 24th ult sch Morrdng Light. Neville. Boston. Ar at Cow Bay, CB. 1st inst. brig Johanna, Lennox, Dunkirk. Ar at LouisDiirg2d inst, sch Setegawa, from Fortune Bar. NF. forGloiicestec. * Ar at Canso3ist ult. seti Enoch Benner (for Cape Breton, on a trading voyage). A r at Halifax 3d Inst, bark Tbomas Cochrane, Taylor, from London fta- Boston, leaky. Cleared at Lepreaas, NB, 36th ult, sch Bu»rri», Martin, Penarth Riurds. Al at Ktcbibucto 30th ult, bark Herbert C Hall, from Sydney. CB. Cleared at St Andrews. NB 2d In»!, schs H VCrandall, Matonev. Port!knontb ; Koliert Ko?s. Clark. Boston. Ar at St Johr, N B. 2d,ln»t. bark Waytarer, Tburber. Llver- po(,l: sch Neltfe, Britt. Portland. Cleared 2d. schs LouHa A Johnson, Miftitman, Wilmicgron. Del; J W Scott, Haley, New York: Ocean Belle. Wasson. B«*ton. Sailed trom do 1« lust, snip Zephyr. Sweetxer, Liverpool. NIMSHRIT. April 8. lat 3 40 N. Ion ’27 28 W. ship Fleetwood. Tsylor.from Ardrixssan Marco 12 for San Francisco Mav 15. eft the Start, »hip Constantine, from England for United States. May 17, lat 43. Ion 42, ship Liverpool, from New York for London. May 25. lat 49 46, Ion 22 25, was passed steamer Wjeland. from New York tor Hamburg. May 26. 15mUe* East of Body island, sea B A Wagner. SlemniOR», ol and from Baltimore tor Nassau. May-28. lai 35 40. I n 64 50. bark New Light, Snow, from BalttDxre May 20 lor Rio Jauelro. May .31. lat 4« 3«. Ion (8.3t. bark Christopher Columbus, trom Limerick for Philadelphia. May SI. lat .34 35. Un 75 25. sch Rockle K Yates, from Matanzas tor New Tork. June 1.5«miles East ot Sandy Hook, bark Sarah 8 Kingsbury, Waterhouse fiom Sagua tor Boston. No date, lat 33 25, Ion 77. sch D B Everett. Saunders, from St Jago for Boston ((see Disasters). No date, 10 miles Last ot Scattarie, bark Clyde, Suiter. 24 days from Liverpool lor Quebsc. »OMEST1C FORTS. CALAIS—Ar28ih. scJis H K Ullman. Gove; Julia .Maria, Albee; J S Fike. Kobinsou. and Marv B Reeves, Bracy.BoRou —29th. John A l ord. Tnoma». and Harp. Bickford, do—3)th, C H Eatotj Harney, do—31st, Pride ot the East. Lord; Keystone. Wilder: Amirild. Blcktord: H PCarberry. Treworgy; Floretce P Hale, Keene; Jed F Dureu. Cook: L Hot wav, Bryant; Allstuu. Fitzgerald, and Clara Rogers Rogers, do. Cleared 2ytn, »chs Palos, über, BIiKk Island: Roman, McFarland. New Y'crir. LUBEC—Ar 30th. schs Mist, Hickey. Calais for Boston (withlos.sot boat and rudoer); San.my Ford, Allen. Dorchester. NB (and sailed tor New Turk). Sailed 28th. schs Torpedo, Allen, New York—3lsi. Charles K Sears, Turner, Hllis'ooro, NB. to load tor New York. BANGOR—Ar 3d. sch* Adeline Hamlin. Lewis, and M A Folsom. Rose. Boston; Telegraph, Clark. Bristol: Pavilion. Leach. Buckkport: .'acoO ft Wlfilam, Varnum. Weymouth: Kos-utb, Dodge.Salem. Cleared. scbsMartfia Sargent.West. Boston; Mary Willey, Williams. PortanonUi: Arthur Burton, Frohock, Georgetown, DC: Free Wind, Fnsbee, Pawrtucket; Harriet. Weymouth. Lynn. BATH—Ar 2d. schs Grace Van Dusen, Beeves. Boston, and passed up: Eliza 11 Emery. W'icks, do; James M Flanagan, Scull,dodo: Richard W Tull.orPbila<telphla. do; Anna Barter. McNllley. PonsmouUi, do; Juilau Nelson, of New Bed­ tord. do; NeIHe S Jerrtll. of Bridgeton. N J. do. Sailed 2d, brig Abby Thaxter, Veazle, New York: schs Agnes, Hodgdon, do; James Martin. Brown, do: Rachel Vannaman, Brown. Philadelphia : Estelle Day, Tracy, do; Elbe L Smith. Weeks, Richmond, Va. Ar 1st. »chs Eliza A Hooper, of Camden (and passed up); Elvs E Pettlnglll. Y'ork. Portland (to load tor Philadelphia): B L Sherman, ot CenirevlUe, Mass; Harriet N Mflier. of Greenwich, N J; Abby L Dow, Young (and passed upi: Falcon. Taylor. Boston (passedupi; Orlando, do (paased up); Western Star, do (passed up); Gov Hunton: Marshall Perrta (passed up); James U Moore; HADeWUt. Mauson. New York; steamthg H F Uammell. do. Sailed 1st, sch.4 Irene 8 Mesecvey. Meservey, lor Philadelphia; Priscilla Soribner.Dal- »V tor do: Mary E RanklD, Fuller, for do. Charlotte Jameson. New York; AlmiraT Rowland; Z L Adams, Robins; Josiah Wbitebouse, Farobam. Baltimore—2d, Sunlight. Rtberedge, for Philadelphia; Liazte Wileon, Wlhon, for Baltimore: Frank W Emery, Falker.for Georgetown. DC; Ann S Brown. Collins. for New York; Tamammmt, coastwise. PORTLAND—Arid.sch Boston Light, Boardman, Bo«on for Camden, Me. Cleared -2d. brig Annie D Torrey. Hasitell. Kemifbec, to load for New York: schs Day Break, Blake, Ma- tanzae; Snow Bird, Crippa, St John, N B. Ar 4tn steamer Eleanora. New York. PORTSMOUTH-Sailed 2d. scha Annie E Babcock. L<to; B C Terrv. Cranroer, and Laura V Bose, Alien. Philadelphia. NKWBUKYPOR'r—Ar2d,acli A J Faben*. Reed, Mava- guex, PE. WABEHAH—Ar 1st, steamtug Mary B Curtis, with dreige BalUmore In tow, from Fall River. NEW BEDFORD—Ar 2d, sen Oliver Chace. Kel’ey, Secon- net River. Sailed 2d. *cp* H C Giles, Brawuer, Baltimore— 3d. Daitlei Webster. Win»low, New Y'.rk. FALL RIVER—Ar 1 st, steamer Hercules. Swasey, Phila- deipbia (an* aafled 2<1 to return.) DIGHTON—ar 1st. sch J L Leach. Johnson. Philadelphia. BRISTOL- Sailed 2 d,»ch C G Oraomer, Cranmer, Phi’Adel- phis. PROVIDFNCE—Ar2d. S('h3 Arlo Pardee. Nickerson. Port Johuson; Natbauiel Holme*. Dow. Weehawken: Ocean Belle, MUis. Brewer. .Me; '.Vllllam G K Mowry. Eaton. Calais. Sailed 2d. tchs Nancy M Bose. Smith, Ptilla telphla; A F Klndberg, Horton, do: Klecta Bailey. Smith, do: Cnas Cooiery,Creamer, New Tor):: John E Dally, Long, do; WUllam Mayo,Whitaker, (to: Rescue. Kelley, do. N hW PORT—N 0 arrivals 3d—AM. In [lort 2d PM, barg National Eagle, Sears, of ana from Bo-ton lor Kio Janeiro: »chs Rowena Arab"lla, Harding, for Philadelphia: Red Rover. Bowden,Irom Provicence for New Ydfk I or Ellsworth). „ NAKKaGANSKTT PIER (Dutch Island Harborl June 2 — Ar. *ch M P. Bradley, from Providence for Dorchesier, N B. NORWICH-Ar 3i*t. schs L A Babcockjrum Pbliadmpbla; Cyul hla Jane, from Trenton N EW LONDON—Ar i*t, sch Kate ft Mary, tromXewburg Sailed, brig U Havelock, for Nova Scotia. N F. w H AVEN—Ar 1st bark Zulma, Peterson, Ponce. NEW YORK-Ar2d. barks PomoTia. Daulelsou, Plymouth, Kng: Riimtga. Porter, Belfast, I: bngs Eastern Star, Foster, Demerara: Angela, Evans from do: schs Reindeer, Howard, Abscoa. Charles E Morrison. Smith. Cow Bav, CB: Burdett Hart. Brooks. Fernandlna; Mary H Haud, Hand, do; Orion, McLeod. Bella.-t: F Nelson, Holbrook. Clark’s Island: George W Andrews. Watts, Batn: Searsvllle. Hart, do; George W jowett. Jewett, trom do: Harriet ft Sarah, Newman. Boston: Catbsrtne, Young, do; U F W'asbburo. Mulligan, and Luoy A BiO'stm Jones. New Bedford: Samuel L Crocker,Tnrash- er,Taunton: Hunter. Frve, Dighton: E 15 Darling, Darling, Fall River; Thoma» Borden. Chuibuck, do for Philadelphia; Catharine, Howes. New Haven: Thomas Paine, Paine, do lor Philadelphia: Forest Oak. Parker.and JB CarrtDgton. Parker. from do for Baltimore: S C Tiyon, Matthews, Bath. Me. Cleared 2d. steamer City of New Y'ork, Timmerman, Havana ¡ship St Petersburg. Hausen, London; bark» Abd-ei-Ka- der. Sparrow, Marseilles; Wm Croscup, Owen, Havre; G P Lawrei ce, Pclllc, Penarth Roads: Venture. Fioriau. Cork; Aqu!la.(4errard. do: W H Genn, Collina, Havana; brigs Hy- lienou. Clark. Passages: Gttorge, Champllu. Arroyo, PR ;iod Ponce: Louts L Squires. Hlatchtorrt. KioJauelro; Louisa Price Brown. Sacmt 1: Ibirry Vlrden.ColHus. Havana: Laura Gertrude, Risk. Biuuswick.Ga: schs Eddie Pierce. Hawes, Nassau; 'Taiu O’Shanter. Zeliifl. San Salvador; S J Hamilton. Mllis. Cat Island; Uh.irlle C(.bb. Keuueity, tor do; Southern Cross, Patterson, Shniee. N'S; Sarah Mills, Kelley, Nortolk; Ida 15 GlbfKin. Bowker. Kichmord: Can D Lothrop. McAlIep, Boston: Florence Wackrlll. Ooaue.do; .MariettaSmith. Preston, Ifrovincetowii; Julia Newell. Sheopard. do Sailed 2d, ships Regent, lor Melbourne; Carl, tor Bremen: barks Cambrian. lor LB erpool: Inca, tor Rotterdam; Matthew Baird, for JamaK-a; Lizzie Hobley, for Queenstown or Falmouth; brig Haven, tor Havana. ArSd. steamer Ntci^ar, Willlgerod. Bretnen: bark Louisa. Doll'. Wateriord; brigs Augusta. Dorsey, Tralee; Helene, HeniiU*. tromMessiua (with fruit); »ch Vraic, Price, (ieorge- town. SC. Cleared 3d. steamers St l.aurent. Lachesnez. Havre: Main, Rei( hniai:n, Brtmen; England. Thompson. Liverpool; Celtic. Gleaiiell. do: Bolivia, Small.Glasgow; Leo, Dearborn, Nassau. N P: City Of Houston, Deerlng. Galveston; Morgan City, Bead. New Orle.ms; New Oriean*. Dearborn, do: San Jacinto. Hazard. Savannah; ships Annie Goudy, Bent. Bristol, Eng: John Bryce. Miirse, St John. NB: W R Grace, Black. San Francisco: bark» Doris Gerde». Meyer, Riga: Peggie Day, Mackie. Aberdeen: Golden Fleece. Armstrong, Barbadoes; F L Gcnovar. Simmons Matanzas; brigs Annie Gardner, Havener. Barbadoes: George Gilchrist, Orcntt, Ferdandtoa; sch.s Anita, Mcc.ready. Ciudad Bcllvar; Admiral. Steelman, Charleston: Julia K Floyd, (iasklns. iieorgetowa. 3C:Charles K Moody. Arey. Boston: George A Pierce. Kelley, Salem; J W Pea-ley, Barker, Damariscotta; Blackstone. Wlckson. Providence. . , ^ , Also cleared 3d, bark Eliza Barss, Vesey. Bermuda; brig Gem, Pierce. Barbadoes. Ar 4 th. steamer Spain, Grace, Liverpool May 24. Queenstown 25th; sbip Oimara. Simpson. Calcutta Feb 1-5; barks ?en, H ■■ ■ " ' « . Marie. Olsen. Havre: Beatrice. Bowley, Cardenas; Palo Alto, Jenkins, Havans ; BrotUers. Pratt. Liverpool; brig Klgil, Ner- lami. Bio Janeiro. Passed through Hell Gate 2d. bound East, schs Evergreen. Micbener. irom New Vork lor Londotiderry, NS; Dwight Davirtson. Freeman, from do for Cambridge; F Watson, Noe. from do tor Boston; Mall, Wakefield. Port Johnson for Bath; Wm Cunningham, from do for Boston; J Burnett. Harris, do fordo; Louisa A Orr. Orr, New York for Gloucester; Fair- wlnd. Bowman, Hoboken for Wood’s Hole: Clio Cbil(X>t. Met- terton. from South Amboy for Boston; F Merwtn, Bunce, Port Johnson for Fall River: K G Sates, Freeman, and Clara Sawyer. Hansaim, Hoboken for Boston; Joseph Wild, Reed, Irom New York 4or ftialaga. At the head of Long Island Sound P.M 2d, bound East, schs F Mtrwin, Elizabeth English. E H Clark, Amelia, Mary E Raker, and Florence. PHII.AUELPHIA—Ar l8t, sch George W'alker, Wilcox, Kennebec River—2d. steamer Saxon, Snow, Boston; schs Crissle Wright. Clark, Tnnidad;(,'harile Miller. Thoma*.-Abaco: Skylark, SmaU. Boston: Lizzie Young, Young, Chiries- town; E J Heraty, Cauijon. Illngnam. Also ar 2d. ateamers Centipede, Miller, Boston; Perktomen. Pierce, Providence; Lancasteg, Mills, Boston; bark Addle H Cann. Jenkins. Londonderry; schs Flora M Crowiev. Crowley. Gardiner; John Middleton. Jr. Townsend, do. Cleared 2d, sen» Saran Eaton, Dlx, Eastpon; Addle Walton, Nickerson. Boston; Tnerese Wolie.Cbamolon. do: Lizzie Florence. Lip- plncott. Hyannis; Sallie T Chartre. Trafton. Somerset; Index. UaiiUou, Weymouth; J J Little, Gaudy, Lynn. AIsoar2(! fcbs Joseph Matkh.Brown, New Tork:S D Hart, Bmeess, Stocington: Cora. Ray, Salem; H P Halloos.Hallouk, Hingbaro; Hattie Perry. Chase. New Bedtord. Cleared 2d. steamers Leopard, Albertson. Fall River; AchtUes. Bacon, Wallace, Portsmouth; Ella Powell. Hickman, do: Joseph Hall. Harrtson, Fall IllT*r;«,eotge K Prescott, Guptlll. Glou- c*i.ter; Mafr A Cranmer, CooBibi, Boston; Florence ft Lillian. Smith. Savannah. _ Arad, bark Maria Stoneman, Blauvelt, Dublin: schs St Croix. Lelano. Havana; Whitney Long. Bickmore, Gardiner; Agnesi Grace, Smalley, do; Laura E Me*»er. Gregory, do: Marshall O Wella, Case. Horton's Point: UarrlDaton, Anderson, Kappahannock River. Cleared .3o steamer Roman. Crow ell, Boston: berk Daring, firanacomb, Matanzas: brig J.B Ktrby, Barrett.Havana: schs Addle Jordan.Leavltt, Portland; Douglaw Haynes, Adams, Augnsu, Me; Babel H Irons. Hemet, Gtoncester; American KMle, Newiove. Danverspurt; 8 D llart. and Lottie Ames, for Portland: Joseph Hall, Uamll- toD. Fall Klver. Sailed 3d, steamer Roman. Also sr 3d, sch Nettle Brown, Kelley, Boston. Cleared 3d, ships Kliiburn. Perry, London; Edith Troop, Crocker.Panama. Sailed from Delaware City 2d. tens P M Wheaton, Barrett, Bv8to«;JobnHPerry,Kel'ey, Bangor. . „ Lewes. Del. 2d—AM. Ship Kate Prince, for New Tork; bark* Atlas, and Minerva, and sch James At Haig rema n. Noon. Steamer CHyol Llmenck, from PhliadeiDhia for Liveipool. besslug to sea. Ba-k Kong Carl sailed for Boston last evening. Barks Falcon, and Anna T. are ordered lo Baltimore. PM. Went to »ea. bark Ganger Boll. 3d—Bark Capella. from Antwerp, for orders. BALTIMOKF.—ArlBt. sch L A BurUugame, Burlingame, ChestertowD. Md. „ Ar 2d. steamers Ohio. Meyer, Bremen: McClellan. Mar^ Providence (and cleared on her return); bark» Matilda UH- vain. Brooks, Amsterdam via Lewe», Del; W H Jenkins, Sprsui. Bremen via New York; brigs MieMwslppl, Marchant. Demerara: John Doyd, North, New York; do: Prentlfs Hobbs, Dodge. Portland; chilla: sch* B S Yeung, Gros». Governor’s Hartar; H P^ cott.Merriroan. Bahamas; J W Drlsko.Haskell. Garner. Me. Cleaned 2d. steamer Bolivia. Doherty, Elyer^l; ship FraM N Thajer. Starreit, Sau FraoclBCo: schs L L Lane. t^e. Boston; Hattie Btdcer, Baxter, do; Elizabeth De Hart, Lowe, **Ar3d, ship Grey Eagle, Lucas, Bto Jauelro: brigs^ R C Wright, Claik. do via St Thomas; Tomltn, New York: Wll’lam Arthur, from St John.NB. Aii»« Sd br!i£ Georar« Lattimer, N orris, ronce, ri*. Citareil. stearDtr S ad Marcoa, Burrougbs, Uverpool; scb llarT D IrelaDd. Flsber. Barbadoes. . ALRXANDHIA—Ar 1st, UH steamer Fern.trom X«w Tork; sch* NHSklnnet. John M Hall, and Annie M Alien, tor Georaeiowu. Sailed, schs J C Sweeny, Aunle 3 Gasktll. Jane LTewton. MW E Long, and W H Thomas, from Georgetown *^^fERS?t-^G. Va—Ar 3(tth, sch* James T Maloy. Abdell, Norfolk (to toad lor Philadelphia)—31st, A B Goodman, Ba- ‘*HAM?rON^’BOAD‘s-Sailed 3ISt, sch Pocbasset, Racketl. from Georgetown. DC, ftir Boston. RICHMOND—Sailed 1st, sch J M Hallow, Soper. New York. NORFOLK—Ar 31«, schs Jane Pish, TeaL Bockport. Me; Charles Moore, Ru>.sell, Augusta, Me. Sailed, Kh L P 3tn- nlckson, Murray, Philadelphia. ai.v.min*- Ar 1st. schs Star Spangled Banner. Owens. Alexandria, Marv B Hickman Roblnion, Philadelphia. WILMINGTON, NC-Ar 2d. sch Jessie Hart, Bath. Cleared, sch Charier Buck. Fess, Bath. CHAKLESTON-Satled 36th. schs Bessie E Dtoklnson, Dickinson. Satllla River: Hattie Tamer, Hooper, Port Royal. SC. „ p.i«, Ar 2d. brig Nellie Crosby, from Bremen ; Kh Ha«le ^^ Godfrey, Philadelphia. Cleared 2d. •c*' SaUed, bark Beltlste. for Rotterdam; wta J L Merrill. Four nler.Orient. LI:Saiwd Wood. mi^lphia- At quatahtine »th, bark Constance, DKkens, from St ^^ypoRGiCTOWN SC Ar 27th, sch» Nellie, Berry, Wilmington. NC-3«th’. Llzile I.aue. Wert. 29th, schs K'dgewocd, Johnson. X F<ff*~30th, Joae$h BUdd, ^*BULL'RrV'KB, SC-S»iied 1«, brig Ida. Gregg. Bristol *^*OKT ROYAL SC—Ar 2 d, «earner Carondelet. Falrcloth, 'ITvANN^iH-Sd 2d. rth MaTMcFarlmid. McP.rl.ha. ®BRUNSWICK,Ga-Cleared 1st. sch Ada W Gould. New ^FERNANDINA-Cleared 27th. *ch J W VannamaD,Sharp, ^JAC^SONVILLE-CIeared29th. »chs Vidor, Snow. Now Smvroa: Florida. Gilmore, N ew York. ___ KEY WEST-Ar24th. »ch» Bob, Al^rv. Rniliy. Moore. New 4)rleans—2«. AUce Vaim. Okvts, Betlae. Sailed 23d, sch Abraham Bichardsoo.Pray.N— FENS ACOLA-Ar .36th. brig F I Merryman. Lecraw. Fat- moutk.Jam. ^ .. NEW OKLKAMS—Arup2d. (tobTezana. from the f.oast. Cleared, ship Saranak. Wood, Small, Liverpool. Ar at the Passe» 2d. steamer Hudton. Gager, New T>rt. SaUed $(t, steamer Cntokerbocker: bark» Oakei and Frei­ handel. Ar at SW PaSB 29th, bark Ktoto. Long. Havana. GALVESTON—Ar 2d. »ch Waahlngton.New York. Cleared, bark Sabine. William». New York. Sailed Ut. »teamer State of Texa*. Oolger. New York. _ _ SAN FBANCLSC«—Cleared May 16. »hip Southern Gliief. Hlggfrs. La Pax. Sailed, barks H W Almy, Freeman, Hono- Intu via Trtsldad; Portland. Gage, Astoria. Ar May 27. barks Wm H Dietz, lodlcott. Seattle: Mor.itor, Emerson, Humboldt. Cleared, sh^ Lookout. Wtgdn. Se- home; David Crockett. Andersoo. Cork: Greyhound. Burn*. Tahiti. Sailed, Milpa New Bra. Sawyer. Cortt; Lookout, wig gin. Bellingham Bay; bark Northwest. Faroham. Port Madl^’ a V June 2, ihtp» Lalhley Bich.Lewlt. Hong Kong: St NKh- ola*. Tobey. New York Cleared, bark Stella. Meyer. Bur- rard Inlet and Shanghae. Sailed 1st, ship Black Hawk. Howland. New York-Al. »hip Pride ofthe Port, Sawyer (from PoriTowniepdt. Calcuna. . „ FRKEPORT-Ar May 27. harkenttne Amelia, Foye. San Francisco. „ , SEATTLE—Sailed May IT6, bark AureoU, Malgram, San Ftancisco. PORT MADISON—Ar May», bark Tidal Wave, Reynolds. San Francisco. PORT QAMBLl-SaUed May 26, barkenUne Victor, San Franclaeo. PORT BLAKKLY-Ar May 26, barkentlne B K Ham, Gove. San Francisce. SaUed 27th, barkentlne C L Taylor. Bergman, San Pedro. PORT TOWNSEND-Ar May 26. bark Gem ofthe Oceaa. Gray. San FraocUco. PORT ,TLAND-ArMay2T.bark Dawn, Nelson, San Francisco. ^ ASTORIA. Oregon—Sailed May 23, bark W H Tdomdlke. Kelley. Liverpool. PAssEsrasas. In Cnnard steamer Atlas, at Boston from Llverpool-Mr B G Hallbarton. Jamee Bogle. Mr and Mrs We«. Ml?* K D Nor- cro*8, Mi^ Callaghan, Dr B Von Plei*ch1, Dr « Gotd- scbmldt. Baron Posohlnl Flnem. Mr and .Mr* C Warden, child. Itflint and two maids. Mr E D Anthony, L Cameron. C Leoage. I H I Hoet, A Paeqneux, Mrs Mary Thoma*. Mrs Hall. MrK Morrison Brown, Richard E Fellow, Bobt Jack, Mare Thelo ; and 220 in tbe steerage. In steamer Norman, trom Boston (June 3) for PhU*(ielphla —Dr J A Morrill, Or J A Merrill. MUs M M Hagen, Rev R D Grant. Rev L Joeln. Mr Davis, A S Morrison and wife. Mr ( ogswell aud frtond. Mr A Morrison, Mr Bacon, Mr Ludiam. W F Gtlkle, 3 Mr Prince, George Todd, W P Greenongh and wile. K 3 Tobey Jr. F W Cobb, i We are glad to see this line well patronised. The manager* deserve the success they meet with. | EKTEKTAl^MENTS BOSTON THEATEE. TOMPKINS ft HILL ........................................................Proprietor» L. B. SftEWKLL... ...............................................................Manager EVERY EVENING. WKDNSSBAY and SATURDAY afternoons —T he renowned aod Inimitable In their famous specialty, THR BELLES OF THE KITCHEN. Preceded hy IVwvni £iaKtMcesinentn by tbe DRA- MA'llCCOMPANY. Doors open at 1.3« and 7 30; begin» at 2 and 8. tf JeS Manager,... BOSTON KÜ8SHM. ....................................................Mr B. M. FIKLR 49' LAST WEEK of the EogagemenI ef MI8N KMTIK PUTBIAIH;. EVERY EVENING, except SATUHD a T, ft 7|, also :ept WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY AfTKBNOONS at 2, first time at this theatre of the OLD CUBIOSITY SHOP. —WITB— MlssKATlE PlYNAM as LltUe NeU and the Marchioness, lutroducing ber celebrated »oogs aod dances. Mr H. S. MuT(toch a» ................................................Dick Swlveler Specially engaged for tbis part. Mr W. J. LeMoyne a»..............................................................Quilo Mr R F. McClannln a* ........................................ (irandlather rrent Mrs J. B. Vincent as ............................................................. Mrs Jarley SATtnttDAY KVENlNG-BENRFITof Miss KATIE PUTNAM, first time hereof JAIYK E¥BE. tf Je-5 HOWARD ATHENÆUM. ISAAC B. rich ft JOHN STETSON ........................Manager» For R Short Season. Commencin« MUIHDAK June StM, HAVEBLY’S MINSTRELS. J. H. HAVBRLY. Prop’r. H. J. CLAPHAM. Man. The Lmrweet and Bloat Refined Minstrel Orsanlsatlon iu the World. A CO:SGRB8S OF STARS. Led by the King of Negro Comedians, COOL BURGESS, In one of their C bxstx and RLicex.xT FjrrkBTaiaiiaHTS, tntro- ducmgall the Latest Ethiopian Noveltiesof the day. la a »tyle aod manner peculiar alone to this Talented troupe. FAMILY MATINEES WEDNESDAY and SATttRD.iY. Je6 tt GLOBE THEATEE. ARTHUR OHENEY .................................. Proprietor and Manager EVERY EVENING, and WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY MATIN EJC3, HUMPTY DUWIPTY. With JAMES 8. MAFEITT, the great HSBMA.VN and Mile. ADELAIDE. LOUISE HOSHELL, ALMONTE BROTHERS. LOUISE FRANKLIN and other*. B£ST RTfTERTAliNMEVT —aXD TBk- MOST POFFJLAB PRICES. Doors open at 1 JO and 7.30: pulonaance» at 2 and 8. ti-je5 BOSTON MUSIC HALL MONDAY EVENING. June 5, CiRAMO TKSTlMOnriAC —T CTME— FAULKNER-RECAN CREW. lo enable them to procnre sufficient fund* tor entering the INTERNATIONAL FOUR-OARKD RAOK at the Centennial tor the CBAMPiossHie or the W obld . tt mySO BOSTON BASE BALL QBOUNDS. Championship Match! BOSTONS VS. LOUISVILLES! Je5 TUESDAY. June 6. at 3JM P.M. a On Free Fxhibitimi, FINK COLLECTION OP Kare Old £ngraTin&;s and Etchings, AT GALLERY OF L. A. ELLIOT & CO.. 59‘f WashlUKton street, next Globe Theatre. Send for catalogue if unable to visit exhibition. niy29 MWSMTu CARRIAGES. &e. OEO. T. WvAlkE, Sneceseor to HEWITT A WADE, —Ann— FORMERLY WITH MR^ J. F. PRAT, BEACON STREET, opp. Parker St., BOSTON, Will continue the Maaufkcture of FINE C^EKI^GES, Sulkies, Trotting Wagons, die. RXtPiLaLziro, In all Its branches promptly executed. Work called tor ad deilvereo. STORAGE for Carriagea an Sleigh*. ItawXm mh25 COAL. COAL. EXlErSIVE SHIPPERS OF THE CEEE- BBATED LACKAWANNA COAL, MINED BV THE DELAWAfiE AND HUDSON CANAL COMPANY. For Sale atEOWEST MARKET RATES by 6E0. M. WINSLOW & CO., 228 Causeway Street, PIANOS. WOODWARD & BROU^ Eatabllahed ISIS. I>LA.IVOS. AOO Waahlnston ctreet. •opir GUILD. CHURCH & CO. »Are the perfection of musical mechanism.’’— 1 Providence Journal ■ Liberal prices allowed for old Plano» tn ex- I change for new. New and old Pianos to let andchange for new. New and old rtanos to lei ana for sfie on tnstalmeuts, and very cheap for ca?h. Cor. of Washlnitton and Dover streets, Boston. SMWU iSALLET, DAVIS & 00 . PIANOS áSá Washington Street, Nearly opposite Temple Plage, . , BOSTOW. 4^ Send for Illustrated Oatalogue. Free. ThMiy mh2 MISCELLANEOUS. S IC'IET 8ITMAC.-43C0 Bags PoJero Lead Sumac, now landing from lultan Bark " S. Anna Maria, far rtie by D. H. XULlY ft CO.. 19 Central wharf. 3w my« E C«>IV0MICAE BIMDlN«.-For temporary ot Dermancht binding lor Magazines, Circular*. Pampniel* atio Paper*. EMERSON S BINDER 1» tne am.*t convenient and durable. Fur sale by AARON K. GAY ft CO., 1» street. tf my22 A BBMSU ISrOICE OF TURKISH RUGS, Ot large and »mall «ze», in« received and tor sale by J, M. RODOCANACHl ft CO., 17 Central wharf. eop3m mh4 SOAP AND CANDLES. BOXKS SOAP, various qualities, iultaWe tot •T.^l It F reuillBg for famtiy u»e. tWOb^ MDUli CAXDLfâ, all size». HOO boxee MOULD can an »(.«». Manutamred and wffi M »M at th^ow^ PJj««* •* 8 Commercial sir, (corner of Chatham st..) Boston, myt #. HOBRIUU Jr.. * Co. eopljl GO WOO’S raultlesa lu Fit, Ease and Wear _XTTkjUIS cttx. 13 JromOeld »tree tuwly SHIRTS. BOOKS, ETC Re sure to read that mo« A ROMAMCE OF PEBFPMIB JhAMM, Or the Search tot Capt, Jacob Cole. F, 3. C. For »ale everywhere. ______itftThMl n23 A W. EOVERIW« bavtng reduced his expenses to . tbe lowest practicable point, bougbt np hi* Bankropt Stock for a fraction of its co»t. added thereto $10406 worth of Choice New Book» at hard nan price», is determined to main- ii ^ His Reputation as the cbeanest bookseller in the Hnited State*. He most aell to raise money. Save by paying now cheaper tbanever. Weav store, rear af3»l» WashUa«ton Street. Entrance ttaroii^h the Archway. Jei Eneyelopædia Britannica. Vol. 4. A conspicuous feat ore of this volume. Just published in laghnd and America, is a Brilliant Galaxy of Btographles. Among them are essay* on Bolivar. Bonaparte, Boyle (Robert), Butler (Samuel), Brougham, Browntog (Mrs.), Buckle Buflim, Bunsen, Burse, Burns, Byron, Caaar, Calderon, Calvin. Camoeos, Campbell (Lord). The article on Botany, by Frof. Hatton la’.ftrar, cove« eiiMv-fourpagtA and is Ulurtrated by bundrad» of drawings This volume contain» many copyrt^ted article* by American wiUers—“Boston” and ”<3ambridge,” by Rev. Dr O. S. RIU* ••Caliiorola,” by Prot. J. D. Wbltney.ftc. There U little risk in »jlng that no other volume is extant * 0 rich In useful and various Information as Vol.rV.irfthe Encyclopaedia, Ninth Edition. 4to, cloth, $9 00: half Russia. $U.OO. LITTLE, BROWH ft CO.. Publishers, >e* »34 WnuhlfiMtom^atmnt, fioatwm. FANCY GOODS. AM OPMCE OF AX Y OF LTBD'S PERITMES, 7 » Cents. Tne some quantity and qnaltty contained m one of Lubto’s $1 bottles, tbos savitig 25 cent*. aiI o-tors open to smell of beiore buying. CLIFFORD, EERFUMER, 23 ItftThMly »3 SCHOOE ST.. ROSTOM. SCHOOLS. BRADFORD ACADEMY FDR VOCX« EADIES. Y«r ccmmencw Angu.'i 29- For circulys ot admlsshJU ai>- myao Ply to Misa ANN IB «. joHN-50N, Bradford, Mase. May 15.1876 ------2 taw 8 w MISS ABBV H. JOHXSOM, L ATK principal of BRADFORD ACAORMY. wll rMume her Home and Day School at IOO ChnrtM atreet, September 27. Claaae« win be tormed In the Natural Srtences. in Mental and Moral Phliostmhy. and tn Knghsb Literature. Tte modern languages wtlf be taught according to the system ofFrot. SauyeuLMU-a LUCY LAROOM and Rev. H. N. HUDSON Wll! *»*ist In tbe claas In Llteraiure. Ml»» J()HNSON maybe founit at her home on SATURDAYS. it*WFM3m my to COPARTNERSHIPS. yOTlCE. F rom and after this date, the firm ol ROW’D D. PETERS ft CO will cease to do tmsine?-*. except In liqul>i*tl-.n. Either of the undersigned are antDorlied fo aeitle tne attac* of the Copartnership. GKOKGK H. PETERA, Bo.ton. Jnne 1,1876. J08KPH P KLU orr, WILLIAM C. PET »Ri. G eorge h. petf.rs, james m. w. hall and georgk B. D avenport nave t(,rmed > cop.rtnerttip. under the name of GEORGB H. PETER* ft CO , and will cuntlnne tbe Y<timbcr aucl rommlsatou Baalntss at tbe otd a'and, Xo. U Central wharf. Boston, June 1,1876. T he underslsaed will continue buslne*- *» a Commia- alon Brwiier and Nhlo Asent, on hu own account, at Xo. U Central wharf. Especial a(teBt4oa given to Fire and Marine lD*uraiKe. hu*. cotisigument» o< Lumber rot solicited. JOSEPH F. Bi.HCOTT. Boston. June 1,1876. 6t* Jel INSURANCE. Prescott Ins. Co No. 8« DFTON8HIKF. 8TRERT. Boston. CAFITACi SMIMI.OOD. Is prepared to tusure again»! Losses by Fire at fait rate». DiBxrTOBs—Samuel Atherton, Daniel Denny, Jr.. Wm. O. Weld, Walter Harting», Bamoel Juhucou, 'Alpheus M. Stet.-oa, Kxra H. Baker. Jr.. Frankmr Greece, Jaa. $. Ropes, F. M. Johnson. Uriel B. Crocker. Albert Thanw soo. FRAN KLIN GRKBN 8. Preeident. FRANCIS H. STEVENS. Sec y. eoptf gelt SUFFOLK MUTUAL IHSUBAHCK CO. N<». 6 and 7 Seara Buflding, Corner of Waahlnirton and Conrt 8treets, B08TUN.MA88. Cash Onarantee Capital, 9MOOJIOO. iDstirance on ftarrt-class Burtnesa strict ures. DwentnfS. Housa • bold Funuture aod Wholesale Stock» ot Merchandise. EDWARD WALLET. Sec’y. GKO. G4HILU. Preart. DIBKGTORS—Alcheus Hardy, »Henry D. Brda, Jotm Cowdin, George A. Mmer. Huratie Ba-ri*. S. H. Waller. Aaa P. Potter. L. C. Ktmbalt. A. L. GoolUlge, H. H. Huanewen, George Ripley, J. L. Rosa. Charles Rohtn*. George Goatd, W. O. Grover. M. D. Spauiding. Warren L. Tower, Oharie* A. Cummings. 2tawtf oil THE fiOYLSTON KUTUAL INSURANCE CO., With a Permanent Fund and Asset» of over $1,000,000, INSURES upon Fire, Marine and Inland Risks, AT OFFICE. 4:5 State Street, Boston. i. W, BALOH, Pre»ld«6. N. 3. JKNNKY, Secretary. eoplf to* Marine and Inland Insurance, ÂTLMTIC Mutual Insurance Co., OF NFW YORK. Hulls, Freights and Cargoes Insured. AU Profits Divided to Policy-Holders. ASSETS. JAN. 1. 1876. $lG,01rt,0A0, Dividend Forty per Cent. J. D. JONES. Prertdent. CHABINS DKNVtS, V. PreJ.fcMit. W. H. H. MOORE. 2d T. President. Æ. CHAPMAN. Secretary. G. WINTHROP COFFIN, No. 4 Merehants’Exehäui^e, State St. to; Mly IV EEIMO MUTUAL Life Insurance Co., POST OFFICE SQOARE, Assets,. . . ^ 14 , 399 ,-^ 27.95 This Company insure» lite» upon the MUTUAL plan, oml upon easy terms of pajrment of premium. A'io. 1» prepared to (tiscounf at a reasonable rate of interest KuJiwmewt policte» wt Ich will mature prior to Jan. 1,1878. BEXJ. F. STEVEXS. President. J08. M. 42IRBE1Y8, Seeretary. eop3m ay* BUSINESS CARDS. HUCHES & DDWNINC, Carpentera and Bnlldera, .Y3 Tim vers Strewt. Boatou. Jo'bUng nromrptly attended to. Special attention glvem t the fittmg up of Offices and Store» In Hard aud Soft W oodt. Sat'staction guarauteed. tf *U HOrSE, 8TORE AMD OFFICHB Mauufactnred. Lettered. Made and put np to order by C RABEEN H. BRCCE 4k CO., 794 ......................YYuhlikston Street. eeeeeeteeee* T»« BAZiDKB. fi.Dfi.M80H * CO.* HxirurAOTuuu or GA-l’ixe. Jg*llark't SI axxcSL Z*«kx>eara Bmery Peper, Erne™ Cloth, Ciu-led Hair, Cowhide Whip», Plmaterlnig Relr, etc. 143 MUM street. _____ Hlgheat price* given tor Gina Stock, Damaged ffidea, Oattta tails, etc. E. A. GROTMUSEISr. ACCOUNTANT, 77 WATER STBFÆT. B08T0IY. fia- Bankruptcy matters a specialty. eoptf M JOHN PEAK & SON, UNDERTAKERS, WARKBOOM3; 140 FRIEND STREET, apio eoptf 1184 WfiSHlXliITOX STREET SAFES ! FIRE AND BURGLAR PRDOF. ox:o. L. T>A.yLoyi, SUCCESSOR TO AMEBICAX STEAM SAFE COMPAXY, myil «4» Smdbmry Street. IhMJm E. A. & W, WtMCHESTER’S Highest Standard Soaps, FOR FAMILY USE, —FOR SALE BY- e. JOIIIVHOXr, OED STAXD. 13 CHATHAM STBBET. AIw> by S. S. PIBRCRft CO.. Tremont. cor. Court street; McDKWRU. ft ADAMS, 22 Boybton tf reel. 2Uw3m api J. I. FAIBBAHES St CO.. STATIONERS. Account Book Monnfactuim. Importers and dealers la Note and Letter Papers. KuTelopes, KogUrti Paper, PanM- ment, etc.. etc., 288 Washington Street, Boston (Opp. Sehool Street!. H. G. TUCKBR. K. H. WflrTNBT. myi; eeply SAFES -AND— MACHINERY MOVED. Gummisaions saved by sendiDg orders direct to MABTinr FAY, 80 SndlHary Street. Bo«t«m. New and Secuuu-haad Safes tor sale cheap tor cash. JaS mtply _______________ Established in 1839. F. A. KENNEDY, , 3LANUFACXURRR OP ALL KINDS OF CBACKEBS and BISCUIT. With the Largest Pacilltles of any Manufacturer, In hU line, in the country, he is prepared to fill all orden with despatch. Particular attention gtren to nutttng up goods tor expert, either In sealed tin», banels or nali-barrels. WSMty my24 THE ONLY PERFECT Safety Matches —ARK THS— AMERICAN PARLOR FUSEESI And they bare the endorsement of the Natioaal Board of Fire Underwriter», and the Insurance CompanlM of the Uuited State«. — B08T0H DEJPOTt 27 CONGRESS SQUARE. Ask your Grooer. Draggtot ar at Hoaae-Faraiakiaff S6*re6 lorthe Aaaerftoauk rmrlmrFms««, ^ -------

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