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A A 0 00 0 1. Sailed from do Oct 5, bark Anna, Fredericksen. Philadelphia. Ar at London Oct 5, steamer Egyptian Monarch, Bristow, New York. Sailed from do Oct 4, ship Marion (Br).

Tilley, for United States. Ar Mareeilles Oct 3. bark Ruggiero Primo, New York. Salted from do Oct 2. bark Ragna (Nor), Eilertsen, United States.

Ar at Melbourne Oct 4, bark Tillie Baker, Boy nton, from Boston, Ar at Newcastle Oct 5 steamers Boxburgh Castle. Turpin, New York: Renpor (Br). Osborne, Baltimore. Ar at Plymouth Oct 5, steamer Thornholm. Brown, from New York.

Passed up the Channel Oct 5, shin steamer Stella, Ten Harnesen. from New York for Amsterdam. Ar Queenstown Oct 5th, ship Glencairn, Tannock, from San Francisco. Also ar at do Oct 5, steamer Hibernian. Wylle, Baltimore via Halifax, NS.

for Liverpool (and proceeded). Sailed from Southampton Oct 4. bark Olivia Speciosa, Dodero, Delaware Breakwater. Ar at West Hartlepool Oct. 5.

steamer Averill, Harrison, New York. SPOKEN. Ship Fawn, from Liverpool for New York, Sept 27, lat 51 11 Ion 22 32. Ship Evelyn, Stepbenson. from Newport.

England, for San Francisco, Sept 13, lat 48, Ion 10 West. Ship Tamerlane (Ger). Siedenberg, from Hamburg for Baltimore Oct 3. off Block Island. Bark Ogir Nor), Krogh, from Gottenburg for New York, Oct 3, lat 40 30, Ion 51.

Bark Oscar Il (Nor). Haagensen. from Amsterdam for New York. Oct 2, tat 40 40. Ion 68.

Bark Kelkefeston (Nor), Hedland, from Bergen for Wilmington. NC. Sept 16. lat 56, Ion 37. Bark Hohenzoliern (Ger), Brun, from New York for Hambur.

Sept 14. lat 43, Ion 46. Bark Moss Glen (Ger), Butther, from Barrow for Pensacola, Sept 13, lat 49, lon 13. DOMESTIC PORTS. ALEXANDRIA-Sailed 4th, bark Henry Howell.

Boston; sch Hattie Gove, for Providence. ASTORIA. 0-Sailed 27th, ship Vancouver, Chaddick, for United Kingdom: Zamora, Cumming, do. BALTIMORE -Ar 5tb.steamers Willian Lawrence. Marsh, Providence: Octorara.

Reynolds. New York; Willing. Iler, Also Philadelphia: ar 5th. steamers McClellan. from New York: bark McLaren, Delap.

Hanburg. Calvert. Price, Charleston: bark Elverton. Barnes. Savannah; brigs Mississipi, Gayle, Demerara: Ernest Moran.

Hobozen; Brown. New schs Grace Davis, Davis. Charleston: Augur, York: 0 Baylis. Lee, Portsmouth; Mary Long. Haruy, New York.

Cieared 5th, steamers John Garrett, Foster, New York; taw. Pierson. Philadelphia. Sailed 5th. steamers Caspian.

Ranzani. and McClellan. BANGOR-Ar 5th. steamer Cambridge. Ingrabam, from Boston: schs Emma Green.

Scott. Boston: Hannibal. Pendleton. do: Tantamount. Pendleton, do; Elizabeth, Webber, do: Active.

Katon. Portsmouth, Cleared, schs Samuel Hart. Holbrook. for Newport News; Benjamin Carver. Lowell.

New York: Essex, Drinkwater. Danversport: Warrenton. Raudlett. Boston: Wentworth, Patchin, Patchin, do; Balloon, Eaton, do; Georgianna. Gloucester.

BATH- Ar 4th. barkentine Ralph Hayward. Hayward, Boston to load for Baltimore. Sailed, schs Julia Bailey. Marsen.

Pbiladelphia: Charter Oak. Oram. New York: Gen Howard. Henderson. do.

Ar schs Hattie King. for Galveston: Rising Sun. Jones, for New York: Weybosset, Rogers, Washington; Sasanoa. Dunton. Boston.

Sailed. schs Alfrea Fisk, Kelley, Philadelphia; Norman, Reed. for do. BRISTOL-Sailed 4th. schs Mabel Tnomas.

McKenzie, for Baltimore: Emma Rommel. Lord, Philadelphia. CAPE HENRY-Passedout 4th, bark Loretto, Baltimore for New York. Passed in 3d. sch John Proctor.

from Bith for Baltimore: sch supposed Ellen Golder. from do for do. CHARLESTON-Ar 5th. steamer Virginia, from Puiladelphia Off the port 5th, brig Fred, from Hamburg. Cleared 5th.

steamers Hamsteels, for Liverpool (with 4535 bales of cotton): Macedonia, for do (4525 bales of cotton). Sailed 5th, steamer Delaware, for New York; bark Will Case. for Darien, Ga. Cleared 3d. sch Lena Hunter, Cole, for Philadelphia via Georgetown.

SC. Sailed 3d. sch Marcia Reynolds, McLean. Baltinore. CHESTER.

Pa-In port 4th, sch Hattie A White, Griswold from Miragoane. In port 5th, ship Louisa and Augusta, Schwen, from Hamburg. COOSAW. SC Ar 30th. brig Ida, Davies, Tenerifte Cleared 30th, sch A Server, Tilton, Wilmington.

Del. DARIEN. Ar 28th, steamer Brinkburn. Fulcher, from St Thomas: 30th, bark Romulus. Nord, Hull.

GALVESTON-Ar 30th, bark Endeavor, Whittier, from Philadelphia. Ar 5th, bark Flora, from Newport, England, Sailed 5th. steamer Wearmouth. for Liverpool. GEORGETOWN, S0-Ar 2d, sch I Hazard, Smith, New MOBILE--Ar 5th, bark Jennie Cobb.

from Boston. Cleared 5th, bark Formose. Simon. Rochefort. MILLBRIDGE-Sailed 1st, sea Chester Wood, Wilson, New York.

MYSTIC--Ar 4th, sch Sharpshooter, Malne, Huntington, Long Island. NAYATT POINT- -Sailed 3d, sch New Haven or New York. NEW BEDFORD -Ar 6th, schs MT Rowland, Darien.Ga: Thomas Potter. Handy, and Monitor, Chase. New York: Revenue, Phinney, and A Heaton, Phinney, Boston: Frank Pettis, Robbins, Chatham.

Cleared, sch Emma Jane. Marchant, Atlantic Ocean. NEW HAVEN- Ar 5th, bark Scud, Sawyer, Ponce, PR; schs James Hoyt, Lyon. Alexandria: John Carrington, Parker, Baltimore: A Lyon, Bunnell, Richmond; Ann Amelia. Clock.

New York. NEW PORT- -Ar 5th. schs Annie Derrickson, New Bedford Cold Spring; Warford, Sprague, from Pert Johnson for Pawtucket; Isaac Borden, Anderson, New York for Somerset: Annie Sheppard, Curtis, Somerset for New York. NEW ORLEANS-Ar up Ist, steamer Halcyon. Howell, Baltimore: brig Jennie Hubert, Sparks, New York.

Ar 5th. steamer New York. Quick, New York. Cleared 5th. steamer Statesman, for Liverpool.

Ar at the Passes 5th. bark Boylston, for Boston. Salled from do 5th. steamers Hudson and Chalmette. NEW YORK-Ar5th, steamers Western Texas, Crowell, Fernandina, Brunswick and Port Royal: Albemarle.

Mallett, West Point, Va; Eleanora, Bragg. Portland; barks Olaf, Kyrre, Jonnson. Bergen; Carmelia Garguilo, Cadiz; Leobold and Marie. Lescalles, Limerick: Florence L. Grierson, Limerick: schs Sarah Allen, Mount.

Carthagena; Chambers. Buck. Dorchester, NB; Avon. Parks, Bangor; Mary Jane. Nichols, Portland: George Trigg.

Gammon, Gloucester, Fawn, McDonald. Boston: Hudson, Hudson. do; Evergreen. Turner, do: Joseph Fisk. Norton, do: Curtis Goudwin.

Robbins. Westerly; Judge Tenny, Lowe. Fall River: Staten Islander, Miller, Providence: Susan Jayne. Keefe, Providence: George Wickford, Bryant, do: George Gurney, Gurney, do: Brainard, Hoey, do; Lillie 0 Wells, Wells, East Greenwich Ar 6th, ship Nagpore, McKinnon, Calcutta; bark Grid. Mortensen.

Rio Janeiro; brigs Morning Light. Sawger, from Demerara: Florinda. Cafier, Plymouth. Cleared 5th. steamers A Scholten.

Vis, Rotterdam: Lvdian Monarch, Constable. London; Victoria. Murray, London; State of Indiana. Sadler, Glasgow: Carondelet, Lewis, for Matanzas and Nassau; Star. Quick, New Orleans; City of Colun bus.

Fisher, Savannah; Foscolia. Fraser. do: Ulyde, Winnett, Charleston; Richmond, Keller, Norfolk and Richmond: Benefactor. Tribou, tor Wilmington, NC; Breakwater. Hulphers.

Georgetown and West Point: -Josephine Thompson, Moore, Baltimore: Ann Eliza, Warren, Philadelphia; Commonwealth, Vankirk. do: Triplet; Davis, Wilmington: ship Vancouver, Goudey. London: barks Altessandra, Dimitri, Singapore; Annie Marshall. Parker, Bombay; Oxford Gillan, Havre: Velob. Stubb, Hull: Elba, Powers, for Havana: schs 0 Remington.

Atkins. for Jacmel; Janet Summerville. St John, NB: St Pierre. Haler, do: Lizzie Florence. Lippincott, Jacksonville: Fanny Tracy, Tilton, for Norfolk; Mary Haley, Taylor, Chester; Prudence.

Fickett, Boston. Passed through Hell Gate 5th, bound East. schs and Wotherspoon, Merriam, New York for Hillsboro; Thrasher, Haley, do for St John. NB: Louisa Boardman, Freeman, do for Calais: Adams. Nickerson.

do for Boston: Ella Crowell. Atkins, do for do: Apgler. Gibbs, do for New Bedford: A Fabens, from do for Newburyport; Young. Gotton. do tor Salem: Merriman, Crane, do for Dennis: Fiyaway, Bingham, do for Providence: Plow Boy.

Hallett, Hoboken for Boston; Eagle. Robbins, do for do: Daniel Brown. Borden, do for Fall River; Hamline, Velsor, do for Providence. NORFOLK-Ar 3d. bark Kelson, West.

Baltimore; schs Butrows, Taylor: Van Covert. Brown; 1 Houseman, Ryder. and Addie Schlaefer, Deacon. New York. 4th.

sch George Mills, Tillotson, Providence via Wilmington, Del. Cleared 4th. schs John Cadwalader, Perry, Wareham: Fell. Loveland, Boston: Thomas Hyde, Hodgdon, Portsmouth. Ar 5th, steamers Whilldin.

Riggans. Baltimore: Mayflower, Davidson. New York: barks Oswingo, Frazer, Iquique; Alpha, Gronne, Stettin; sch American Eagle, Calhoun, Lanesville, Cleared 5th, steamers Arles, Googins, Boston: Tonawanda, Sherman, Providence: Santee, Crocker. Elizabeth. Fall River Wood.

(and Balti- all sailed): Tacony, Davis, New York: more; schs Sarah Ellen, Littlejohn, Portsmouth; A Nowell. Lank, Lynn. Sallea 5th. steamer Indiana. Ar 6th, brig Castalla.

Jackson, Bath. Newcastle Passed down 4th AM, sch George A Pierce. Passed down PM, steamer Perkiomen. for Chelsea: barks Gurli, for Rotterdam: Riconascenza, from Philadelphia for Leghorn: Minerva, for Queenstown; Celestina. for Lisbon; sch Lemuel Hall for Providence.

Delaware seaward 4th A.M, schs John Jennie Hall. Passed out PM, steamer Reading, Smith, Philadelphia for Boston. Ar 5th. ship Stewart Freeman, Raymond. from Belfast for Ar 4th, Rabboni, from Philadelpnia for Bangor; schs Philadelphia: bark Suocero, Agostina, Carthazena for do.

William Cobb, Albert Clarence, Julia A Decker. A Rapp, Cranmer. George A Pierce. Bella Russell, Lucy Collins, Amos Falkenburg. Brig Annie (Br), from Porto Rico, has been ordered to Philadelphia, PORTSMOUTH-'Ar 4tn.

sch Eagle, Nucan, Hoboken; 5th, Dart. Priest, St John. NB. Sailed 5th. schs Belle Halliday, Higgins.

Polladelphia; Isabella Thompson, Carver, Bangor. PORTLAND--Ar 5th. steamers Pottsville. Pierce, from Philadelphia; Franconia. Mangum, New York: scha Pearl, Teal, Boston; Sproul.

Sprout, Bristol for Boston. Cleared, brig Medina, Grafton, Cardenas; schs Bessie Dickinson. Dickinson. Union Island to load for Bath; Yankee Blade, Coombs. New York: Grecian, for Boston; Romeo, Lowell, Bangor: Olive Elizabeth.

nsmore. Bangor; Andrew York, Littlejohn, Saco to load for Philadelphia: Jerusha Baker. Chase, Machiasport: IS Adams, Rrice, KenneDec to load for Philadelphia; Lewis French, Newman, for North Boothbay, PROVIDENCE- Ar 5th. steamer Massachusetts, Allen. New York; schs Harding.

Melvin, Pensacola: Phil Sheridan, Lindsley, New York: William Voornies, June. Haverstraw: Mary and Emma. Edwards. Dennis. Sailed, schs Kate Markee, Allen for Philadelphia; Richard Vaux.

Somers. do. port 6th, schs Cranmer, and Young. Godfrey, from Philadelphia for Boston; Sallie B. Hughes.

Boston for Philadelphia: Ada Whitney, Bartlett, Boston for Richmona: Theo Dean. from do for Philadelpbia: Julia Pratt. from Philadelphia for Boston. PORT ROYAL. S0-Ar 5th.

steamer City of Dallas, Risk, New York for Fernandina (and proceeded). PORT TOWNSEND-Salled 27th, bark Wrestler, Schauer, San Pedro RICHMOND-Sailed 4th, steamers Old Dominion. Walker. New York: Pioneer. Platt, for Philadelphia; schs May, Davis, Salem: Marietta Steelman Smith, do Cleared 4th, barks Leembuis.

Rentema. Rio Grande do Sul: Violet, Langdon. do; George Peabody, Wilson (at West Point). Rio Janeiro; brig Horizont. Lange, Pelotas.

SALEM-Ar 3d. schs Lamartine, Torrey. South Amboy for Rockland: Chattanooga. Snare, Port Johnson: Abbie Ingalls, Ingalls, and Howard. Foss.

Port Johnson for Portland; Caroline C. Webster. Calais for New Bedford: Robert Foster, Leighton. Steuben for Pawtucket: Jed Frye. Langley, from Bangor for New York: Mindora, Brown, from Boston for Fall River: Eldridge Gerry, Perry, Rockland for New York; Eidora, Godfrey.

do for Newport for orders; Ivy Belle, Lord, Thomaston for New York: Ruth Hodgdon, Stevens, Bath for Boston: Boston, Fogg, Freeport. Ar 4th brig Tarifa. Sawyer. Boston for Calais; sch Lily Belle. Erb, do for St John, NB.

Cleared sch Titania, Adams, Port Gilbert. Ar 5th, sch Gold Hunter, Crowell, Clementsport, Cleared, sch Donna Belle, Peters, Port Gilbert, SAN FRANCISCO-Ar 27th, bark Helen Almy, Freeman. Honolulu: 28th, ship Carvill. McFee, Hong Kong. Cleared 5th.

ship Charger, Hallett, Havre; bark Jacobin, Hohlman, Bordeaux. Ar 6th, ships Wade. Bagley. from Wilmington; North American. Creelman.

Hong Kong. SAVANNA 5th, steamer Saxon, Snow, Phiiadelphia Ar up from Tybee 5th, steamer Sliverdale, from Baltimore. Cleared 5th. steamers Gate City. Daggett.

New York (and sailed): Batavia. Peterson, Antwerp; schs Jessie, for Aspinwall: Vapor. for Philadelphia. WILMINGTON, NC-ar 3d, steamer Regulator, Doane, New York. ('leared 5th, steamer Barnesmore, Trenery, Liverpool (and sailed 6th).

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oc4 BANK STATEMENTS. of the condition of National ExREPORT Bank, at Boston, in the State of Massachusetts, at the close of business Vet. 1, 1881 RESOURCES. Loans and 12 United States Bonds to secure 889,000 00 Other stocks, bonds and 250.487 07 Due from approved Reserve 1,315,882 11 Due other National 222,072 67 Due from State Banks and Bankers. 5,414 89 Real 41.476 47 Current Expenses and Taxes Paid.

70 00 Checks and other cash 22.039 93 Exchanges for Clearing 806.591 13 Bills or other National 4,334 00 Fractional Currency (including 18 30 (including Gold 'Treasury 634.257 00 Specie Legal Tender 333.650 00 United States Certificates of Deposits for 35,000 00 Redemption Fund with U.S. Treasury (5 per cent. of 40,000 00 69 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid 00 Surplus 400,000 00 Otber Undivided Profits. 75.846 97 National Bank Notes outstanding.

800.000 Dividends unpaid. 24,786 00 Individual Deposits subject to 4.739.157 84 Demana Certiticates of 1.574.545 91 Due to other National 3.573,362 25 Due to State Banks and 366.928 72 19,977 00 Total. 69 STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS, COUNTY OF SUFFOLK, SS. John S. Learoyd, Cashier of the above-named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

JOHN S. LEAROYD, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this Ist day of October. 1881. CHAS.

F. THAYER. Justice of the Peace. Correct. Attest: ALVAH A.

BURRAGE, Directors. FREEMAN J. DOE. EDW. HUTCHINSON, of the condition of the Blackstone National Bank of Boston, at Boston, in the State of Massachusetts, at the close of business Oct.

1, 1881 RESOURCES. Loans and 36 U.S, bonds to secure 1.000.000 00 Overdrafts. 494 11 Other stocks, bonds and mortgages. 10,039 94 Due from approved Reserve 324.438 92 Due from other National 319,090 71 Due from State Banks and Bankers. 33 20 Real Estate.

Furniture and Fixtures. 300.000 Other Real 51.741 37 Current expenses and taxes paid. 191 03 Checks and other Cash 14.910 15 Exchanges for Clearing 81.397 77 Bills of other Banks. 61.150 00 Fractional paper Currency, Nickels and 21 43 268,55) Legal Tender Notes. 27,000 00 Redemption Fund with S.

Treasurer (5 per cent. of 45,000 00 99 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid $1,500,000 00 Surplus 10 .000 00 Undivided 32.890 68 National Bank Notes outstanding 900.000 00 Dividends Unpaid. 31.067 00 Individual Deposits subject to check. 83 Demand Certincates of 294.503 72 Due to other National 400,131 49 Due to State Banks and 393.315 27 11,393 00 Total.

99 STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS, COUNTY OF SUFFOLK, S8. James Adams, Cashier of the above-named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. JAMES ADAMS. Cashier. Subscrived and sworn to before me this 6th day of October, 1881.

CHARLES E. WIGGIN. Justice of the Peace. Correct. Attest: JOSHUA LORING, JOB A.

A TURNER. Directors. WILLIAM A. RUST, of the at condition Boston, of in the the National State of Bank MassaREPORT Commerce, chusette, at the close of business Oct. 1, RESOURCES.

Loans and 85 8,079 57 U.S. Bonds to secure 1,250.000 00 Other stocks, bonds and mortgage 97.539 58 Due from approved reserve 431.000 00 Due from other National 340.040 41 Due from State Banks and Bankers, 18.481 67 Current expenses and taxes paid. 1.027 40 Premiums 49.000 00 Checks and other Cash Items. 6.616 59 Exchanges for Clearing 294.070 23 Bills of other National 43.672 00 Fractional Currency (including 19 20 Specie (including Gold Treasury 188.251 00 Legal Tender Notes. 101,000 00 Redemption Fund with U.S.

Treasury (5 per cent. of 56.250 00 80 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid $1,500.000 00 Surplus 300.000 0.000 00 Other Undivided 85,745 L0 National Bank notes outstanding. 1,124.000 00 Dividends 35,258 96 Individual Deposits subject to 90 Demand Certificates of 4.321 57 Cashier's Checks outstanding 70,968 14 1.655.410 61 Due to other National 1,281.571 97 Due to State Banks and 32.502 16 Stockholders' 12,500 00 80 STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS, COUNTY OF SUFFOLK. 98.

G. W. Harris. Cashier of the above-named Bank. do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

G. W. HARRIS. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of October.

1881. LLOYD BRIGGS, Justice of the Peace. Correct. Attest R. P.

HALLOWELL, C. H. WARNER. JACOB SLEEPER, -Directors. the condition of the Faneuil Hall National Bank, at Boston, in the State of Masof sachusetts, at the close of business Oct 1, 1881 RESOURCES.

and 54 Loans United States Bonds to secure 950,000 00 United States Bonds on 16,650 00 Stocks. Bonds and 81.663 97 04 Other Due from approved Reserve Agents. 183.511 Due from other National 283.567 Real Estate, Furniture and 193.538 Premiums 11.703 75 other Cash Items 7.949 77 Checks and Exchanges for Clearing 13.348 71,121 00 67 Bills of other National Fractional Currency, Including 741 92 Specie (including Gold Treasury 116.354 47,000 00 00 Legal Tender Redemption Fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per 00 cent.

of circulation) 44,000 Total. $3,614.790 86 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid 167.200 00 Surplus Other Undivided 33.805 68 National Bank Notes outstanding. 800.000 00 Dividends 25,333 00 Individual Deposits subject to 1.225,513 90 Demand Certificates of 165,554 26 Due to other National 22,645 39 Due to State Banks and Bankers, 174.748 63 86 STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS, COUNTY OF SUFFOLK, T. G.

Hiler. Cashier of the above-named Bank. do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the best of my knowledge and belief. T. G.

HILER. Cashier. Subecribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of October, 1881. WILLIAM BRECK, Justice of the Peace, Correct. Attest: EDWIN READ.

J. V. FLETCHER, Directors. A. ADAMS, BANK STATEMENTS.

the of the Tremont National Bank, of Boston. at Boston, in the State of Massachusetts, at the close of business Oct. 1, 1881 RESOURCES. Loans and 31 152 00 United States Bonds to secure 745.009 Other Stocks, Bonds and 3,050 00 Due other National 173,193 51 Due from State Banks and 70,625 79 Real Estate, Furniture and 252 3:9 59 Current Expenses and Taxes 93 00 Checks and other cash 29,041 46 Exchanges for Clearing 169,058 23 Bills of other 45.796 00 Specie 70.146 12 Legal Tender 121,818 00 Redemption Fund with U. S.

Treasurer (5 per cent. of 33,570 00 Due from U. S. Treasurer other than 5 per cent. redemption fund.

3,360 00 Total. 06 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid 00 Surplus 217,414 21 Undivided 35,293 58 National Bank Notes outstanding. 667.700 Dividends Unpaid, 45,306 00 Individual Deposits subiect to Check. 1,039.734 92 Demand Certificates of 4,820 00 Due to other National 443.103 32 Due to State Banks and 87.550 03 06 STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS, COUNTY OF SUFFOLK, SS.

Amos T. Frothingham, Cashier of the above-named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. AMOS T. FROTHINGHAM. Cashier.

Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of October, 1801. LLOYD BRIGGS. Justice of the Peace, Correct. Attest WILLIAM PERKINS, WM. ENDICOTT, JR.

-Directors. FRANCIS A. OSBORN, DEPORT of the condition of the State National Bank, at Boston, in the State of Massachusetts, at the close of business Oct. 1, 1831 RESOURCES. Loans and 42 117 58 United States Bonds to secure Circulatio 1.467.000 00 Interest 14,601 94 Due from approved Reserve 166,638 83 Due from owner National Banks.

480,856 Current Expenses and Taxes 23 74 Exchange 88 18 Checks and other Cash 8.401 89 Exchanges for Clearing 233.309 90 Bills of other National 27.733 00 Fractional Currency, including 3 04 Specie. including gold Treasury notes. 99.708 Legal Tender Notes. 16.101 00 Redemption Fund with U. S.

Treasurer (5 per cent. of 66,000 00 Due from U. S. Treasurer other than five per cent. redemption 4,000 00 LIABILITIES.

Capital Stock paid 00 Surplus Fund. 400,000 00 Other Undivided 52,360 55 National Bank Notes 1,320.000 00 Dividends 57 029 00 Individual Deposits subject to 1.635,504 26 Demand Certitcates of 6,297 05 U.S. Tax 6.000 00 Shareholder Tax 34.472 00 to other National 153.914 88 Due to State Banks and 20.093 62 37 STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS. COUNTY OF SUFFOLK. S9.

0. B. Patten, Cashier of the above-named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. C. B.

PATTEN. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of October, 1881. HARMON HALL. Justice of the Peace.

Correct. Attest: JOHN L. BREMER.) H. STOCKTON. -Directors.

WM. H. ALLEN, of Bank the at condition Boston, of in the the State Freeman's of Massachu- National setts. at the close cf business Oct. 1, 1881: RESOURCES.

Loans and Discounts. 62 307 76 United States Bonds to secure 400.000 00 Due from approved Reserve 151.286 01 Due from otner National 85.133 40 Real 10.733 30 Checks and other Cash 6,338 04 Exchanges for Clearing 91,651 92 Bills of other National 2.813 00 Fractional Currency (including Nickels), 41 00 Specie (including Gold Treasury 120,784 27 Legal-Tender 25,882 00 Redemption Fund with U. S. Treasury (tive per cent. of Circulation) 18,000 00 $2,702,427 29 LIABILITIES.

Capital Stock paid in. $800.000 00 Surplus Fund 120,000 00 Other Undivided 10,378 88 National Bank Notes 360.000 00 Dividends unpaid. 19.203 50 Individual Deposits subj ct to 857.123 85 Demand Certificates of 141.973 92 Due to other National 301,508 91 Due to State Banks and 78.905 43 City and State 13,232 80 $2.702,427 29 STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS, COUNTY OF SUFFOLK, S9. Edward S. Hayward, Cashier of the above- named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

EDWARD S. HAYWARD, Cashier, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of October. 1881. J.J. HALEY, Justice of the Peace.

Correct. Attest: JOHN H. ROGERS, L. MILES STANDISH. Directors.

B. W. TAGGARD. of Bank, the condition Boston, of in the the State Broadway of Massa- National chusetts, at the close of business Oct. 1, RESOURCES.

Loans and Discounts. $301,431 96 Overdrafts. 21 03 U. S. Bonds to secure 200,000 00 Due from Approved Reserve 40.131 80 Due from other National 512 21 Current Expenses and Taxes 3 00 Checks and other Cash 816 89 Exchanges for Clearing 10.664 52 Bills of other National Banks 3,117 00 Fractional Currency (including Nickels).

133 37 Specie (including Gold Treasury 65,309 50 Redemption Fund with U. S. Treasury (5 per cent. or 9,000 00 Due from U.S. Treasnrer other than 5 per cent.

redemption fund. 5,100 00 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid $200,000 00 Surplus 10.439 04 Other Undivided Profits, 9.198 60 National Bank Notes 180,030 Dividends 2,789 00 Individual Deposits subject 217.002 02 Den and Certificates of 925 00 Due to other Nationai Banks. 15.000 00 Bills 3,933 63 STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS. COUNTY OF SUFFOLK, S8.

A. Adams. Cashier of the above-named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. A. ADAMS.

Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of October, 1881. A. DEARBORN, Justice of the Peace, Correct. Attest: AXEL.

DEARBORN, ROBERT M. BAILEY. Directors. ALFRED C. THACHER) EPORT of the condition of the Merchants' Na.

tional Bank, at Boston. in the State of Massachusetts, at the close of business Oct. 1, 1881 RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts. 16 United States Bonds to 2,300.000 00 United States Bonds to secure 125.000 00 U.S.

Bonds on 20.000 00 Due approved Reserve 541,300 09 other National 675,584 38 Due from Due from State Banks and 69.501 85 Banking 450.000 00 Other Real 00 Exchanges for 1,371,332 73 Bills of other National 27,304 00 Specie, Gold Coin. $238,809 50 Silver 19 352 98 253.162 48 Legal Tender 189.000 00 Redemption Fund with U. S. Treasury (five per 103,500 00 cent. of Due from U.S.

Treasurer, other than 5 per cent. Redemption 3,500 00 Total. $12,553,011 69 LIABILITIES. stock paid in. $3.000,000 00 Capital Surplus 1 000.000 00 Other Undivided 150,434 53 National Bank Notes 2,070,000 00 Dividends unpaid.

73.799 50 Individual Deposits subject to check. 5,534,738 40 Den. ana Certificates of 31.947 60 Deposit of U. S. disbursing officers.

107 140 34 Due to other National 378.377 78 Due to State Banks and 206,573 54 Total. 69 STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS, COUNTY OF SUFFOLK, S9. Geo. R. Chapman, Cashier of the above-naxed Bank.

do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belter. GEO. R. CHAPMAN. Cashier.

Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of October, 1881. FRANKLIN HAVEN, Justice of the Peace. Correct. Attest: BENJ. F.

BURGESS, F. HAVEN. Directors. J. HUNTINGTON WOLCOTT condition of the Pacific National of Bank.

at Boston, in the State of Massachuthe setts, at the close or business Oct. RESOURCES. Loans and 72 3.941 54 United States Bonds to secure 500.000 00 Due from approved Reserve Agents. 206,837 79 Due from otner National 106,491 33 kevenue 535 28 Current expenses and taxes 10.124 48 Premiums 8,593 75 Checks and other Cash 5,189 99 Bills of other National 579 00 Fractional Currency (including 1,170 17 254.000 00 Legal Tender 354,500 00 Redemption Fund with U.S. Treasury (5 per cent.

of 22.500 00 Total. 05 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid $830,100 00 Surplus 74,142 82 Other undivided protit*. 25,060 51 National Bank Notes 450.000 00 Dividends 771 00 Individual Deposits subject to 746 22 Demand Certificates of 1,330.102 59 Due to other National 894,539 47 3.315,383 23 Notes and Bills re-discounted. 541.211 44 05 STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS, COUNTY OF SUFFOLK, SS.

I. J. M. Pettengill, Cashier of the above-named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. J.

M. PETTENGILL, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of October, 1881, CHAS. M. TILLINGHAST, Notary Public.

Correct. Attest: LEWIS COLEMAN.) M. P. SPRINGER. Directors.

JOHN CASSIDY.J of the condition of the National Eagle Boston, in the State of Massachusetts, at Hank, at the close of business Oct. 1, RESOURCES. 07 Loans and 800.000 00 U.S. Bonds to secure Stocks. Bonds and 101,687 50 Other Reserve 135,651 92 Due from approved other National 115,379 Due from 169 15 Current Expenses and Taxes other Cash 6,307 01 Checks and 358.774 68 Exchanges for Clearing House.

National Banks. 26.279 00 Bills of Gold Treasury Certiticates). 58.090 11 other Specie (including 80,600 00 certiticates deposit for legal tenders. 10.000 00 Legal Tender Notes. U.

S. of Redemption Fund with U.S. Treasury (5 percent. 36,000 00 of $3,351.559 16 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid 143,000 00 $1,000.000 00 Surplus 26,239 05 Other Undivided Protit*.

00 National Bank Notes 21.370 719,190 50 unpaid. to 1.202.143 79 Dividends Certiticates of subject Deposit. 203.931 97 Individual Deposits Demand 38,793 85 Due to State Banks and 16 STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS. COUNTY OF SUFFOLK. S5.

William G. Brooks, Cashier of the above-named Bank. I. do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the best of my knowledge and beltef. WM.

G. BROOKS, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of October, 1881. STEPH'N M. CROSBY.

Justice of the Peace. Correct. Attest: ALFRED S. WOODWORTH,) HENRY S. CHASE, Directors.

JOHN HOGG. of the condition of the Suffolk National REPORT at Boston, the State of Massachusetts, at the close of business Oct. 1. RESOURCES. Loans and 05 United States Bonds to secure circulation.

800,000 00 United States bonds on 50,000 09 Other Stocks, Bonds and Mortgages. 16.000 00 Due from approved Reserve 457.501 99 Due from other National $55.261 46 Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures. 270,010 00 Checks and other cash 537 00 Exchanges for Clearing 350.998 00 00 Bills of other National 20,907 Fractional Currency (including Nickels) 190 45 (including Gold Treasury 168.670 00 Specie 51,450 00 Legal Tender Redemption Fund with U.S. Treasury (5 per cent. 36,000 00 of, 95 LIABILITIES.

$1,500.000 00 Capital stock paid 00 252.000 Surplus 81,432 85 Other undivided profits National Bank Notes 712.000 00 32.005 50 Dividends Individual deposits subject to check. 1,672.546 09 National Banks. 815,365 06 Due to other Due to State Banks and 197.176 45 95 STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS, COUNTY OF SUFFOLK, SS. I. Edward Tyler, Cashier of the above-named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

EDW. TYLER. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of October, 1881. HARRISON G.

HUNT, Justice of the Peace. Correct. Attest: D. R. WHITNEY, SAM.

W. SWETT. Directors, EDMUND DWIGHT, BUSINESS DIRECTORY. POST. FRIDAY MORNING, 00T.

7, 1881. LOCAL SUMMARY. The twelfth annual ball of the Italian Society Columbus will take place at New Era hall on Wed nesday evening next. -Music by Donnent's Quadrille bard. The Thirty-eighth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers' association will have its thirteenth annual reunion Oct.

19, at Parker Memorial hall; business meeting at 12; dinner at 1. Josephine Ashby and others bave been incorporated as the North Salem Union Chapel association, with no capital stock, and for purpose of maintaining religious worship according to the evangelical faith and doctrine. The fall term of the Massachusetts Institute of Techno ogy begins with IDore than 140 new stuldents. There are also 22 in the School of Mechanic Arts, and 22 have been admitted to the Lowell School of Industrial Design. The Women's Christian Prohibitory league held its monthly meeting Thursday.

The 4 an address upon the general subject of prohibition versus the license law, and reporte and discussion of plans of work occupied the day. The trustees of Tufts college have elected the following officers for the ensuing year: President, Hon. Israel Washburn, LL. vice president, Hon. Charles Robinson; treasurer, William H.

Finney, A. secretary, Thomas H. Armstrong. On Wednesday, 4,000 for the school children of the city visited the Institute fair, by inyitation of the managers; and Thursday noon there were 6,000 boys and girls from the mary and grammar schools, in addition to an immense number of other visitors. Rev.

Fr. L. P. McCarthy has been appointed to the pastoral charge of the Church of the Most Holy Redeemer, lately vacated by the death of Rev. Fr.

Fitton. Rev. Michael Clarke, pastor of the Star of the Sea church, will assume the pastorate of the Church of the Sacred Heart vacated by Rev. Fr. McCarthy.

An order from the adjutant general's office formally reprimands Capt. P. H. Cronin of company 3. ninth regiment.

The court of inquiry in the case reported that, while it was not satisfied of his mal intent, it had found him guilty of the grossest neglect dutr. His offence was mismanagement of the company funds, of which he had charge as treasurer. The sixth anniversary of the Boston Reform Temperarce club was held at their rooms, No. 21 Hano ver sircet, Thursday evening. After prayer by the chaplain of the club, ex-President Knights introduced the newly elected president, Mr.

Silas S. Drew, by whom the evening's entertainment was furnished. There was a very large audience present, to whom Mr. Drew introduced in turn vice presidents, H. S.

George, A. S. Strickland and R. H. Maywood; treasurer, Sidney Brooks: secretary, Thomas H.

Fitch; chaplain, George W. Wood, and marshal, Capt. John Moran, the newly elected offipers for the ensuing term. The evening's entertainment consisted of vocal and instrumental music, speeches and dancing. Shortly before 10 o'clock, and at the close of brief speeches by eighteen reformed men, refreshments were served, atter which dancing was in order.

OBITUARY. Mrs. Roxanna Freeman Dunsett, an aged and esteemed citizen of Williamstown, and a member of the First Congregational church of Williamstown, died recently. Mrs. Dunsett belonged to an interesting family.

Her great grandfather, kidnapped and sold as a slave in this country, was the son of an African king. Her grandfather was a Connecticut slave, taught himself to read after he was 21 years old, and served in the revolutionary war. Her father built the first frame house in Rutland, and afterwards carried on a large potash business. Two of the sisters were for three years teachers in Siberia. They also taught the first school established for colored children in Troy, N.

Y. A nephew graduated at Middlebury college with the first honors of his class, and is now professor in a lege in Siberia. Mrs. Dunsett's residence in Williamstown dates from 1813, her membership in the First Congregational church from 1816. Rev.

Wakefield Gale, whose funeral was observed at Rockport, on Wednesday, Oct. 5, died on the 3d inst. at Easthampton. He was nearly 85 years of age, having been born at Pembroke, N. in January, 1797.

He received his early education at Philips academy, Andover, was graduated at Dartmouth college in 18 22, and completed his theological studies at the Andover Theological seminary in 1825. Of a large family of children, three survive him, two sons and a daughter. His first wife died in 1861 and his third wife survives him. He had preached in Eastport, ten Fears and Rockport, twenty -eight years, but had been retired from active service since 1864. Rev.

A. L. Houghton, formerly pastor of the Free Baptist church in Lawrence, died of consumption on Sunday, Oct. 2, at the home of his parents in Weld, Me. Mr.

Houghton was a graduate of the Theological school of Bates college, and was called to Lawrence in 1872. He married Harriet B. Millet of Bath, In 1873. She died in 1876, leaving one child, who died a year later. In 1877 Mr.

Houghton's health begap to fail, and in 1880 he retired from active labors. METEOROLOGICAL. Indications. For New England, fair weather, followed by increasing cloudiness and local raius, southerly winds, lower barometer, stationary or higher temperature. Special Weather Bulletin, The barometer is highest on the Carolina coast, and lowest in the Missouri valley.

The temperature has fallen from 9 11 degrees in the Gulf states: elsewhere it has risen-in New England and the Middle Atlantic states from 6t 15 degrees, in the Lake region from 4 to 14 degrees, in the Ohio valley and Tennessee from 8 to 15 degrees. Rain has fallen since last report in the Lake region. A rainfall of 1.05 inches in the last eight hours is reported from Brownsville. The winds in the New England and Middie Atlantic states are southwesterly, in the South Atlantic states they are northeasterly, and in the Gulf states they are easterly: elsewhere they are from east to south. Partly cloudy weather and rain will probably prevail in the Lake region to-day and to-mor- The Weatner Boston.

OBSERVER'S OFFICE. SIGNAL SERVICE, U. 8. A. BOSTON, Oct.

6 1881. 7.23A.M. 11.23A.M. 3.23 P.M. 7.23 P.M.

L1 23 P.M. Barometer ...30.356 30.306 30.201 30.260 30.291 54.0 59.9 51.0 48.5 Dew 18.0 34.8 37.0 38.6 23.0 39.0 59.0 63.0 SW SW 18 20 10 Clear Fair Clear Clear Fair Mean daily barometer. 30.253; mean daily thermometer, 48 1: meau dally dew point, 32.5; mean daily humidity, 56 0: maximum thermometer, 53.0; minimum thermometer, 31.0; total rainfall. .00. G.

LIEBMANN, Sergeant Signai Corps, U.S, A. General Weather Report. BOSTON, Oct. 6,1881, 11:23 P.M. War Department, vision of Telegrams merce and Agriculture.

moment of time at Place of Observa-6 tion. Albany, N. Boston, Buffalo, N. Burlington. Vt.

Charleston, S. Chicago, Cleveland, 0.. Detroit. Eastport. Alpena, Jacksonville, Cincinnati.

New York. N. Norfolk, Oswego, N. Philadelphia, Penn. Portland, Savannah, Ga.

Marquette, St. Louis. Washington, D. Wilmington, N. Memphis, Omaha, Port San St.

St. Sigoal Service United States Army -Diand Reports for the benedt or ComObservations taken at the same all stations. 30 8 last last 3 Wind. Velocity. last (ins).

the Height Barometer. Change (Degrees). Change Direction hours hour hours. eather. 30 32 -05 46 x6 0 Clear 30.29 00 48 0 Fair 30.28 -13 56 x12 0 Cloudy 30.26 -03 49 x9 Fair 30.36, 65 X2 9 0 Clear 30.16 57 x6 .03 Fair 130.29 -18 54 6 0 Cloudy 31.27 -19 54 0 .04 Lt Rain 130.14 x10 44 x9 0 Fair 30.22 x10 02 Cloudy 30.26 x09 74 x4 12 0 Cloudy 30.40 56 -4 8 0 Fair -22 61 ,01 Cloudy 30.27 -16 62 x9 E.

0 Fair 30.35 -01 53 0 Fair 30.44 -01 52 0 08 6 0 Fair 30.27 48 XI 0 Fair 30.37 05 51 x7 8 0 Clear 00 52 x15 0 Fair 29.99 50 .02 Lt Rain 30.34 306 67 5 0 Cloudy 30.11 -22 50 x7 10 Cloudy 30.17| 64 9 0 Fair 30.14 -52 53 x5 15 .05 Cloudy 30.38 -08. 55 x13 0 Fair 30.22 -01. 72 Cioudy 29,95 -34 70 x18 22 0 Clouoy 30.32 -18 58 0 0 Cloudy 30.08 -01 78 0 Cloudy 29.94 -43 51 .09 Lt Rain 30.311 -02 56 12. 0 Fair ENTERTAINMENTS. GLOBE THEATRE-Rossi-Evening.

WINDSOR THEATRE--The Unknown-Evening. HOWARD ATHEN ng. BOSTON THEATRE--Michael Strogoff-Evening. PARK Hazel Kirke-Evening. BOSTON -Patience- GAIETY THEATRE-Puppet-Evening.

SALES BY AUCTION. This Day. 12 M-Fruit. Horatio Harris Co. 4 N- Estate.

Knights Co. 3 etc. Leonard Co. 10 A M- Furniture, Sullivan Bros Libbie. 12,30 M-Real Estate.

Hichborn Co. Woollen Goods (in New York). Wilmerding, Hoguet Co. Carpetings, Oil Cloths and Mattings (in Philadelphia), uel Bunting's Sons Co. Boots and Shoes (in New York), A Richards Co.

Saturday, Oct. 8. 12.30 M-Furniture. Rich born Co. 3 M--Real Estate, Lewis Bird Co.

10.20 A M-Horses. Carriages, etc, Isburgh Co. 10.30 A M- Horses, OT Walker. 10 A M- Horses and Carriages, MoRes Colman Son. 11.30 A M-Stocks, Day Co.

12 -Stocks, Francis Henshaw Co CALIFORNIA MINING STOCKS. SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. following are the official closing prices of mining stocks to-Gay: 3 Mount 9-82 Best Northern Belle. 12 8 6 Bu wer.

Oro. 3 Con. 34 Crown Point. Eureka Sierra Silver 18 Gould Tip Hale 3 Union Martin Yellow The Sierra Nevada mining company nas levied an assessment of $1 per share, and the Hale Norcross one or 50 cts per share. CLOTHING.

-The Contmental Clothing house has long ago taken a leading place among the clothing houses of the city and not only steadily maintains its position but continues to grow in popular favor. This week the ladies are particularly interested in and delighted with the new and elegant display in the cloak department, which has in it every possibie articie of ladies' outside wear that can be thought of. Such a bandsome exhibition of cloaks, dolmans, jackets, ulsters and other garments is rarely if ever seen. The fine custom work turned out by this establishment attracts universal attention by its elegance, fine quality of grades and beauty of finish. Union Mutual Insurance pany of Portland.

is one of the soundest institutions in existence. Its surplus shows a large and steady increase for the past four years, its losses are promptly and equitably adjusted and its general management bas always been and still is of a character to commend it to the public. SALE OF HORSES. -The annual sale of horses by J. E.

Maynard will take place at his stable on day next, and the catalogue is made up of the best lot of horses ever offered by Mr. Maynard at public sale, and gentlemen in want of an excellent horse for their own use ought to examine them: FALL AMD WINTER Messrs. Barnaby at their new store opposite the Globe theatre, have one of the finest stocks of clothing in the city. Mer, boys and youths will find everything in the line of clothing that they can possibly wish for. IN OLDEN TIMES glass of punch was an pensable auxiliary to ail festive occasions, and so is Hub Punch now.

Rossi. Sig. Rossi, the Italian tragedian, who is now playing an engagement at the Globe theatre, appeared in "Hamlet" last evening, before a large and critical audience, and he scored a pronounced success. Sig. Ross's Hamlet is almost the perfection of the princely character which he represents.

HIS action is courtly in every instance; it is not carried 10 the pitch of physical force, but represents the masterly cunning, the refined conceit, noble virtue, cool but strong affec tion, and a cute perception of the insane. The strong points were the delicate and fervent respect for his dead father, forcible vet not extravagant expression of detestation for the king, beautiful fencing and perfect devotion to his purpose, which indicates a princely birth, bearing and culture, and, at the same time, a keen and refined perception of the disgrace which had fallen upon his family. He was called out at the end of the first act, was frequently applauded for cunning beguilements while teigning insanity, and his entirely original terview with Ophella, when he orders her to get to a nunnery, at the close of the second act. Rossi appeared to the greatest advantage in the third act, where he displayed a conception of the spirit, the varied emotions, and the contradictory passions involved, which made his acting remarkable for its artistic and natural He was called out three times at the rendering. end of the The refinement and finish of his act.

acting, which marred his impersonation of the rug: ged, to a certain extent, barbarian. Lear, with a personal magnetism which was coupled wanting on Monday evening, made bis Hamlet a and bears out the oft repeated remark, that success, while Salvini's greatest roles were those in which natural force is prominent, Rossi is best in those approaching the romantic school, Rossi held the closest attention of the audience last evening, even to the last moments of the closing scene, and the call which he received after the curtain had fallen for the last time was as enthusiastic and earnest as any during the evening. Rossi has gained immensely in this city by last evening's per. formance, and the result, aside from the change of roles, bears out the suggestion made on Tuesday morning, that he will "wear well." The support last evening was in general excellent, Messrs. Levick, Gossin, Eberle, and Miss Maldener leading.

"Hamlet" will be repeated to-night and to-morrow afternoon. Below is the tult cast of the support: The King, Mr. Milnes Levick; Laertes, Mr. Leslie Gossin; Polonius, Mr. H.

A. Weaver; Ghost of Hamlet's father, Mr. Chas. Kent; Horatio, Harry Weaver, Rosencranz, Mr. W.

V. Ranous; Guildenstein, Mr. E. Elberts; Marcellus, Mr. W.

J. Shea; Bernardo, Mr. William Mortis; First Grave Digger, Mr. Eugene Eberle; Second Grave Digger, Mr. J.

H. Ring; First Actor, Mr. F. L. Wise; Secend Actor, Mr.

T. F. Kelly; Osrick, Mr. M. Will.

iams; Ophelia, Miss Louise Muldener; Gertrude, queen of Denmark, Miss Constance Hamblin: Player Queen, Mrs. H. A. Weaver. The Old Bay State Course.

ENTERTAINMENTS. This favorite course of entertainments opened last evening with a gian concert in Music hall, to which Miss Annie Louise Cary, Mr. Herndon Morsell, Mr. Myron W. Whitney, Mrs.

Anna Mayhew Simonds, Howard M. Dow, and the Bernhardt Listemann Concert company contributed. The hall was crowded as a matter of course, every seat being filled, Miss Cary was most cordially received, as in fact she always 18 in Boston. and thouzh she suffered from a severe cold, she sang the song, Penelope Weaving Her Garment," from Max Bruch's "Odysseus," and Sullivan's "Lost Chord" in such excellent siyle as drew the most enthusiastic applause from the audience. Encores were demand ed, as a matter of course, and were gracefully given.

Mr. Whitney sang an aria from "La Juive" and a comic aria from "Czar and Carpenter," gloriously, and WOn an encore for the former. Mr. Morsell sang 66 Non vir" to the satisfaction of the audience and Sullivan's song, "My Dearest Heart;" Mrs. Mayhew Simonds chose for her piano solos, a Chopin scherzo, a Schumann remanza and a concert study by Liszt.

The concert company contributed selections by Ole Bull, Mendelssohn and Doppler, and Mr. Listemann played a violin solo by Vieuxtemps. The concert was a pronounced success, and the audience showed good seuse in not insisting upon an encore for every regular number. The next entertainment, on Thursday evening, Oct. 13, will consist of readings by Mr.

George Riddle. Mapleson's Operatic season. Manager Mapleson has made his official announcement of artists and attractions for the coming operatic season. His prospectus, received from London, announces the engagement for sopran1 and contralti of Miss Minnie Hauk, Mile. Marie Vachat, Mile.

Virginia Fernie, Mme. Alwina Valleria, Mile. Dotti, Mile. Emma Juch, Mile. Ricci, Mile.

Climene Kalas, Mme. Labiache, Mile. Laure, Big. Campanini, Sig. Ravelli, M.

Prevost, and Sig. Runcio, tenori; 31g. Del Puente, Sig. Galassi, Sig. Morini, baritoni; and Sig.

Novara, Sig. Monti, Sig. Moro and Sig. Costa, bassi. Sig.

Arditti returns as director, and Mme. Cavalazzi as premier danseuse. The special ures of the season are to be the productions of Beethoven's "Fidelto," Gounoa's Romeo Meyerbeer's "L' Africaine," Rossini's "Guillaume Tell," and, for the first time in America, Hermann Goetz's Petruccio." The New York season of thirty nights opens on the 17th inst. with "Lohengrin," the cast introducing Mlle. Minnie Hauk as Elsa, Mile.

Climene Kalas as Ortrude, and Sig. Campanini in the title role. Berlioz's Romeo and Juliet. The production of Berlioz's dramatic symphony, "Romeo and Juliet," at Music hall, under Theodore Thomas's direction on the 14th inst and its repetition on the afternoon of the 15th, will constitute two of the most interesting events of the musical son. The work has been performed under Mr.

Thomas's baton in New York and Cincinnati and with great success. It was announced for produc tion bere last spring, but circ*mstances compelled the abandonment of the enterprise at that time. This tact, however, is of value rather than detriment 10 the present instance, as the singers will be all the better acquainted with their duties. A chorus of over 300 voices, an orchestra of 80, and Miss Cary, Mr. Jules Jordan and Mr.

Georg Henschel as SO joists, will assist in the performance. As already announced, Madame Madeline Schiller, the eminent pianist, will also appear on the same date. Boston Museum. That delightful sparkle of wit, humor, satire and music, Gilbert and Sullivan's has resumed its fascinating sway over our theatre goers, the welcome re-opening of the Museum last night affording an opportunity that was eagerly seized and enjoyed. The Museum representation, good as it was at first, improves with every repetition, and the unusual strength of the acting gives a finish to the performance rarely attained in comic opera.

That "Patience" is destined to attain unbounded popularity is evident by the enthusiasm it has already excited. There will be a "Patience" performance this evening, and the brilliant "musical eccentricity" will remain the attraction every evening and Wednesday and Saturday afternoons until Oct. 8, when the "Colonel" puts in his appearance. Boston Theatre. The grand play of "Michael was wit nessed by another immense crowd last night, and the performance was very smooth, terminating about 11 o'clock, for minutes ahead of the first representation.

Every one on the stage appeared to better advantage than on the preced ng night, plause was more frequent and enthusiasm general. In several of the magnificent scenes the curtain was rung up half a dozen times in obedience to the persistent demands of the auditors. Further gain of time is promised to night, and we will be able to give the assurance that the entire entertainment will terminate in ample season for the late trains on the several railroads. Windsor Theatre. The audiences increase in number with each presentation of "The Unknown," and now that the heat of summer bas jumped to the frosty coolness of late autumn, a large audience may be counted upon at each performance.

On Saturday there is to be a special "Unknown" matinee with reduced admission. On Monday the always exhilarating "Mascot." The Bible Union Course. This conrse of lectures and entertainments will open on the 24th inst. and continue on successive Monday evenings. It is one of the most attractive courses ever put forth in Boston, and the management has shown great liberality 10 placipg the tickets within so low a range of prices.

The best seats may be bad for $3 and very good ones for $1. Gaiety Theatre, "Puppets" will receive but four more representalions. On Monday next the ever popular opera of the "Mascot" will be given with an unparalleled cast. Mile. Rose Stella will appear as Bettina, Miss Maggie Duggan as Fiametta, and Henri Laurent as Pippo.

Howard Athensum. The excellent variety entertainment of the week at the Howard has proved to be a great success. It will be presented this evening and twice Park Theatre. "Hazel Kirke" is drawing large audience at the Park theatre, and everybody is well pleased with the performance. It will continue until further notice.

The Railroad Commissioners. under advisem*nt. Somerville Democrats, There was a hearing before the railroad commissioners Thursday morning, on the petition of the New York and New England railroad, that the Boston and Albany road be required to receive cars of gravel and other material from the Woonsocket division and deliver the same over the Brookline branch at certain points on the Back Bay.9 The petitoners were represented by President Wilson and counsel and the respondents by President Bliss and Judge Soule. City Engineer Wightman was the only witness, and the facts of the case, as in his examination and the arguments of counsel, are as follows: There remain about 40,000 squares, or 320,000 filing to be done in order to complete the Back Bay park. The city desires to secure petition in the work by offering the New York and New England road an opportunity to do a part, there being no private contractors in the field.

The Boston and Albany is a portion of the territory at $3 20 per square, and the park commissioners offered the New Yorkand New England the same rate for 10,000 squares. It appeared that one reason for doing this was that the Boston and Albany tused to sign a contract, containing an objectionable clause, at the same price. The New York and New England replied that the Albany road refused to deliver such filling at the points desired, the ment between the two roads only requiring that merchandise be delivered at regular stations. Mr. Wightman explained that 150,000 yards of loam is being taken from the Ashland basin by order of the city council, and the park commissioners desire to use it on the new park.

It can be readily done by building a branch track and bring it to Boston over the Hopkinton branch road and the Woonsocket division of the New York and New England, if the Albany will take it from Brookline to the city. The board reserved decision as to their jurisdiction in the premises, and on Saturday will hear additional testimony on the facts involved. Thursday afternoon there WAS a hearing OD the petition of residents of Sharon that the 7 o'clock train from that place to Boston over the Boston and Providence railroad be continued. Several inter. ested parties testified and the board took the matter The democrats of Somerville held a meeting in the police building on Bow street, on Thursday ning, tor the purpose of electing a ward and city committee.

The rules and orders of the last year ward and city committee were adopted. Below is the list of officers elected. W. E. Weld, president; W.

H. Flynn, secretary; Stillman H. Libby, treasurer. Finance committee -Ward 1, S. C.

Lund, C. W. Currier, W. A. R.

Roberts; ward 2, C. S. Lincoln, W. C. Tallman, Q.

A. Twycross; ward 3, A. R. Brown, Sears Condit, Q. A.

Dickerman; ward 4, C. E. Rymes, W. P. Pitman, Richard Blackwell.

Committee on printing -Ward 1, G. W. Makchnie; ward 2, W. H. Flynn; ward 3, F.

H. Bacon; ward 4, W. P. Pitman, S. H.

Libby, ex officio. Executive committee- Ward 1, C. W. Carrier; ward 2, Hugh Gallagber; ward(3, Q. E.

Dickerman; ward 4, R. T. Blackwell, W. E. Weld.

HOTEL ARRIVALS. THE VENDOME. Cooper. New York 1J Madison, Columbus Mrs Hall. New York JC Hogan wf, Minneapolis Miss Hall, Suffolk, Ga Miss Hogan md.

Minneapolis de Zeng, New York IT Hall wf, Newport Norman, Newport Hall, d. Newport A Wood, Newport Gardner, New York Hall wf, Swampscott Gardner md. New York Appleton, Mass Columbus Mast Morse, 0 Gardner, Cleveland New York Gilmore wt, Rawson, Mass English, Newport Bouche, France Reight, New York Vanderpool, w.3c Arthur, New York Steyvesant, New York Mile Corilla ud, New York UT Shields, New York Buchanan, Phila Herbert. New York Clinton. Sandwich Adams, Portsmouth A Clinton, Sandwich A Preston, Natick A Cragin wf, Philliys Brownell.

Beebe Pline Mrs Shendor, New York New York Mrs Banks d. Falmouth Dunn. New York MissLW Lawrence, Montpelier A berry, Lowell Waterbouse, Fitchburg A Whitney, Providence A Wheeler. Southbridge Muryh, Providence A Cook, Southbridge Gabriel, New Worthington, Norwich A Whites, Winchendon 0 Carpenter. Southbridge Montgomery, wf.

Fitchburg Cummings, Mass 0 Holden, Spencer A Hart. New York Walon. Spencer A Kincaird, New York Walton, Adams 91 Paelam. Alberton 0 Webster wt. Salisbury Fitzpatrick, Tracadie 0 Tuttle wr.

Hartford 7 Pheian, Tracadte Stone, Ashburnbam O'Shea, Charlestown ID Lowe, Trov Greenbunk wf, Philadelphia Sterling, Madison 0 Hawkins we, RI Ayres, Vernon, 1ils A Sayles wi. RI Mrs Wheeler, Troy Salisbury wf, RI Mrs Clark. Troy Mrs Remington. RI Mrs Farrell, Troy Hawley, Brattleboro Green, Bedford Heller. New York Miles d.

Miles, Iowa A Jenkins wi, Providence IN Curtis. Witon Miss Dodge part. Bedford Mrs Whitney. Watertown Stafford, Farmington Miss Philpot. Watertown A Griggs wi.

Farmington Thompson. Potter wf, Lansing Prov Wood Eagan. Manchester Providence Mrs Fowler d. Lebanon Badoux wi, New York iD Solomon, New York AMERICAN HOUSE. Bottom wf.

Lawrence Raymond. Carver Bartlett wf. Fitchburg I Atwood, Carver Crocker wf. Fitchburg A Perkins. Carver Hale Erie, Pa A Colt, Concord Miss Hale, Frie, Pa Sherman, Carver Beitb, Harrisburg Sherman.

Carver Dohen. New York A Safford. Royalston Shut, Belfast Price. Holland, Vt 0 Heard, Cleveland Prescott. Grenville Miss Hacket.

Cleveland Clough party, Grenville O' Brien, Lowell 0 Davis. Lewiston 0 Davis, Gloucester Dailey wt. Adams York Wood, Conway Kimberley. New Shoemaker. Philadelphia Guild, Woodbury Finnigan, Worcester Clark.

Jacksonville A Moore, Woonsocket AD Butterworth wt.F River Knowiton, Worcester 0 Wnittaker, New York Bruso, Worcester Mr Mrs Mills, Providence Hyde, New York A Howe wf.St Johnsbury Ashaway Bogett, Jr, New York Crandale, Ashaway Tucker, Derry A Attinger, Savannah Rev Forsecy, Montreal 4 Go00now, Sadawaga 0 Moore. New York A Doyle, Lynn Martin, Bridgewater Bruninghausen. Haskett, Fitchburg A Winship. Portland A Rosenthal. New York Winsbip.

Portland Smith, New York Mrs Phillips, Bartland Yeaton, Dover Dominico, New York Mrs Wheelock, Hudson A Stossel. New York Haskell, Montreal Magee. St John, Hi Ainsworth, Castieton Gorney, New York Eagan, Middletown 0 Phinney. Sta: dish Auld, Mass BS Nichols, Burlingion Marsh, New York A Hamilton wr. Wilkinson, Revere 0 Averill.

Milford 1G Hatch. Portland DeW Carter. Ossipee Britton, Hillsboro Force, Lenox Sykes wt. Berkseire Hull, Hartford 1 Brown wt. Berksnire Bruce wi, Phila Eddy, Midaleboro Draper.

Orange Colter wt. Middleboro Mrs Craig d. Orange 0 Clark. Provideuce Mrs Pearson, Epping Burnham. Bassett a wt, Hartford Burnham.

Lewiston Sirs Gaatield. Hartford A Boyden. Foxboro A Cilley wf. Fairfield Tucker. New York Mrs Gibson.

Fairdeld White, Philadelphia Lucas, Carver CRAWFORD HOUSE. Gales wt. Woodstock Mrs Carver, Rockland Lawrence, Newport Mrs Carver, Rockland Ayer wf, Ayer's flat Mrs Chase, Rockland Moore. Magog Mrs Patterson, Rockland 0 Olliway wf. Beverley Sanford.

New York Sioddard. Beverley Livermore, St John Bugbee. Marlboro Knight, Camden Mrs Morton, Haven 0 Pratt. Mass Warren wf. Worcester Williams wt.

Concord Alger, Jr, Gardner Hill. St Johnsbury Wallace, Franklin A Moss, New York lbert, New York Botwood wf. Lawrence Parker, Chicago Crosby wt, Nantucket Lantilant. St Brown wf. Rye Merrill wf.

Marray, NH Jenness wf, Rye Beach Bennett. Haverhill Dyer, Provincetown 0 0 Gerrish, Berlin Falls Curtis, Atlantic, Iowa Clark. Lynn Bacon, Chelsea Buifnen wf. Southbrdg Miles wt, Chelsea Waite. Bedford A Duggan, Pa A Colton wf, Vermont Nayler.

Rochester Mrs Stacey, Vermont Pierce, Montreal Stimson, Norwich JD Nagie, Philadelphia A Pve, New York Dodge wi, Past Mills Putney, Southbridge A Hull wf, Portland Moulton, Lisbon Goodale wf. Sanford Rev Todd. Vermont Goodale. Sanford JA Willmot, Vermont Perry, Paterson A Halbert, Putnam Whiting. Paterson Mrs Spauiding, Whitehead.

New York Mrs Hutchinson, Worcester Marston. Conn McAndrews wf Chicago Leonard, Lancaster Potter wt: Providence Lemile wf, Saratoga Hariond wf, Bradrora Is Truedale, England Day, Wash, DO VanNorman, Indianapolis 0 Eddy, Middleboro Kandlett wf, Gardner A Borden. Foxboro Hodgeman, Gardner Penigo, St Johnsbury MS Austin wf, Rockland Foote, Bath QUINCE HOUSE. McCarthy. St John Oakes, Shelburn Harding, St John 0 James, Mass Flood wi, Rodge, Wolfboro Richards PEI A Shearer, Greenfield Miss Brood.

Kendrick, Campbellton A Farwell, Lenoxville Dinsmore, Laconia A Farweil, Sherbrook Dickinson. Essex A Carter wt, Lebanon A Chapin, Underbili Atherton, Ayer Bradford. Rutieid scanlan. New York Cross. Wakefield 0 Hildreth.

Lebanon Guild, Woodbury Lewis, Lebanon 10 Frye Laconia Ellsworth, So Gardner Parmenter, Athol Luke, Denver Bartlett. Sunapee A Skinner, 1roy A Cutten, Kankakee Howard wi, Fredonia Kimball, Fisherville Stewart, MT Denbam, Gloucester Warner, Greenfleld Emerson wf. Newport Flanders. Parishville Mrs Barnes. Portland 0 Keith wf, Fitchburg Donnell wt, Bath Reed wf.

Fitzwilliam Osden wt. Westfield Rogers. Bradford A La Valley, Junction 0 Brigham, Lowell Williams wt. Prov Woods. Calais 0 Clark.

Lake Village Meyers, Concord A Butten. Illinois Walker, Portsmouth AH Todd. Wilmot Guild, Barton Landing Ashfelten. Philadelphia A Green wf. Mass Simmons, Lebanon Adams wf.

Adams Patten, p. Enfeld McQuester, Plymouth A Canier, Springfield Sargent. Concord Sheldon, Proctorville A Locke. Lake Village Lane, Vinalnaven A Bergher, Lake Village Little wf, Vinalhaven Stevens, Canaan Johnson. Bradford Tucker, Canaan TE Coggswell, Lisbon Caste Laconia Blaine wf, Fitchburg Davis wf.

Lebanon A A Finkbam, Mass Davison wf, Hanover Cushman, Buffalo Thompson, Candia Vil White wf. Chester Mrs Smith. Candia Vil IG Hatch, Portiand Mrs Thurston. Enfield 0 Goss, Bath A Howard, Portsmouth A Scott wf, Woodville A Grigg wf, Nashua A Leighton wf, Woodville A Goss. Canaan A Bishop.

Passumpsic A Collins wt. Cresten Miller, Bennet Skinner wf, Nantucket Hadley, Chicopee Mrs Muttecks, Cobb, Deering PARKER HOUSE. Alexander, Swazep IE Alber, Chicago 0 Evaus, Philadelphia A Warren, Jr. Chicago Holland. New York Smith, Montpelier Andrews, Jr, New York Brennan wt.

PET Frazier, Wash, it Smith. New York Dr Walsh, Bermuda Dr Cameron, Wilmington Hasbrook. Osbkosh Robenbloom, Syracuse Tappan, Manchester Mr Mrs Bosse c. Peterboro Hatfield, New York Gardener, Chicago Rusk, Gloucester Hi Hi Leonard, New York Greene wt. Toledo Abbott wf.

Lynn TC Pratt, Taunton Miss Pease. Charleston Healer, New York Mrs Pease, Charleston Opdyke, Philadelphia Sargent, wt, Belmont SIGreissman, New York Johnson. Concord Stearns, Newcomb CF Gray, Worcester Davis, Wash. 1. Sanborn wf, Portland A Martin, Manchester O'Conner, New York Mayo, London Kipper.

New York A Ernstein. Savannah Rixser, New York Adams, Texas Hashberg, New York Fitspatrick, Brooklyn I Watsan, London Dr Kirkland Halleck, New York Hollander, New York Rossneak. Earle, St John, York McIntyre, New York Elfeld, Santa Fe Elfeld, Santa Fe Priest. Peterboro Perkins, Eng Mrs. Pallen, Bangor Blumenthal, New York ADAMS HOUSE.

0 A Gregory. Chicago Morauetz, Chicago A A Woodwood. Swazee (D Behend. New York Sullays, Bedford Heyman, New York 0 Lenenam, Fisherville A Cushing wf. Portland A Smith, Taunton A Billings wf.

Reyer Pt Clark wf. New York A Gillespie, New York Reed. Maine Sellesberg wf. Para McNab. Chicago Mrs Cram.

New York Mrs Baker, New York 6A Hathaway wt.Plymouth A Manahan d. New York IC Davis wt, Weymouth Heeny, Versailles A Vinton, Pomfret Barthmann, New York Risley, Rockville Mrs Fallansoee, F'risco Jameson wt. Woonscht Miss Clark, Orange A Dewey wf, Portland Mrs 0 Clark, Portland Miss 0. Green. Chicago Mrs Eaton Beioit Greenleff.

Beloit Miss Coit. Amherst Baidwin, Cedar Rapids Mrs Witherbee f. Place, New York Rockwell. Southport Webber. Centre Brook Stein.

New York Warren, Philadelphia Williams wf. New York Cowles. Meriden A Phippin wr, Salem Baxter, Portland EB Macey. Fitchburg Morris. Frisco A Culbert, New York Mr Mrs Thorion, Bedford Floop wi, Jersey REVERE Mrs Munroe.

Washington; Shirereck w. Brockton Rolfe w. Portland Parsons w. Colebrook Huntington W. Newp't Greene w.

New York. Preston Redway Mr Mrs Whitleby, Redway J. A Graft. Briggs New York Haydenville w. Smith.

New York A Kelley, Lawrence A Tarull, Lowell De Wolf w. Cambridge Hooper, Baltimore A McCullis, Sandwich Snith, Massachusetts Howe, Laconta TN Davis, Laconia Withee. Waterville I Ta stor w. Cambridge Mrs Hobbs No Berwick L. Nutting.

New York Williams w. New York Rill. Portland Codman, Lincoln Evans. Philadelphia 8 Chandler, Concord TREMONT If Milliken, Jr, Portland A Daniel, Jr, wf. Hartford Jobnson, Adams Gran ger, Providence A Watson, New Yoik Garty.

Mass Earle d. New York Mr Mrs Casey, New York Herraman, New York Thomas. New York Eladin, New York Knight son, Oakland Dorrance, Providence A Durman. New York Foster. Albany I CB Foye, Salem Miss Winslow.

Jamaica Plain Winslow, Jamaica Plain Washburn Philadelphia A McGraw, Detroit AH Moir, Detroit A Gray. San Frencisco Hugill. New York Babco*ck wf. Cleveland Miss O'Neil. Cleveland 0 Churchill wf.

Ply Miller, New York Lansing. San Francisco Reynolds, Amsterdam Mrs Phillips, Amsterdam SHERMAN Gould. Keene Wright, Keene Alger. Chicago Merrill wf, Portland Goodnow. Sandawaga Atkins, Rockland Bacon.

New York Cushman wt, Haverbill Mrs Bradbury. New York Mrs Jackson. Cook wf. New York A Goss wf. Harwich Clark wf.

Harwich Norton. Lewiston Parker, Hartford A Hatch, Laconia Corser. St Johnsbury Sanborn. Compton A Burnham, St Johnsbury A Ware, St Johnsbury Bellamy, New York Shepperd wf, Concord Burnham, Saco Willard wt. Lowell Janness wi, Beach Brown wt, Rye Beach A Burgess, Martha's Viney d' Warren wt.

Worcester Harrington, Manger. Fitchburg Palmer wf, Pawtucket Fuller. Thomaston Mrs Meech party, Conn Tisten wf, Blackstone Heyer boy. St Johnsbury Davis, Belfast Tuttle. New York Giddings, Exeter Edes, Gulford HOUSE.

CW Woodward, Concord HD Scott, Newport Dr A Heath, Deer Island Little, Pittsburg Jameson, New York White, New York Dean, Chicago Powel. Chicago. Pendleton. Providence Dudlev Portland A Hamlin. Bangor Uptlegrove Br'klyn Mrs James, Brooklyn Phillips.

London Hughes 1. Mobile Chamberlin Chicago (S Magurn. Toronto A Codman. Rhode Island Miss A McQuade. Miss McQuade.

Utica Mrg Lowell, Lewiston Frye Maine Woodworth W. Ohio A Grigg lady, Nashua Miss Edwaras, Wellesley A Cazenove, Baltimore Hewitt Quechee HOUSE. MissHVanDresser, Amsterd'm Atwood Maine 0 Wood. Wash'ngton Adams, Providence Miss Ripley. Providence Brainard wf.

New York Mrs Knapp, Brooklyn Miss Warren, Knapp, Brooklyn a Fleming. Chicago Blunt fam, US Navy Mr Mrs Rankin, Fredericton Fraser, Fredericton A Austio, Chelsea Cohn wf, Orange Rich wf, Swampscott 0 River, Newport Bristol wf, Providence No' tham'ton 0 Childs fam, Providence Mrs Dorrance. Providence Mr Mrs Frederick C. NH Ashley, Bradford. Eng 0 Redlow.

Portland Snow wt, Harwich Blood. New York Brewster, Montreal Stern, New York Sillheimer, New York Talbot. Providence Webster, Jaffrey A Caldwell, Jaffrey CT Robinson. St Johnsbury Brickett, Lowell Noyes wt. St Johnsbury Mrs McKelvey, StJohasbury Stark.

Manchester Wood, Lewiston Pike. Lebanon Coy wt. Providence A Stearns. Holyoke Olingshurst, Springfield Walcott wf, Saco Dodge wf. Piermont Mrs 0 Metcalf.

Piermont Heason. Manchester Kimball, Fisherville A Biake. Portland IN Hurlburt, Lebanon A Palmer wf. Dover Jones, Sandwich A Chadbourne, Worcester A Coydon, Andover A Lambert, Portland Blake. Keene Campbell wf.

Providence Bradbury, Vergennes A Childs, Peterboro W. 11 Snow wi. High Point Mrs Woods. Passumpsic Woods, Passumpsic Samson wi, Berkstone Sweat fam, Richford Spear. New York Knight, Gardner 10 0 Bingham, Ayer A Hagase, Ayer A Wilson, Amherst UNITED STATES HOTEL.

Dickinson, So Hadley Whittaker. New York Young, Abington Ware, Worcester Kenyon, New York Burdett, Clinton Lordley, New York Smith. New York Walsh. Cleveland Porter, Haven New York Jones, Maryland A Brinckeshoff, Hardy, Prescott Corcoran. New York Renaud wt.

Vergennes Mackintosh. Holyoke Whitney. Westfield McNab. Gloversville Walstein, New York Warner. Williamsburg Wiggin, Portsmouth Mrs A White, Portsmouth I.

Hoyt. Chicago Warner, Bowers, Britain Knights, Lynn Belknap. Providence J. Ingrabam, Providence Pilder, Brockton Saxton, Washington Knowlton. Worcester Bruso, Worcester Macomb, Philadelphia A Skinner, St John MacDolsen, New York A Ensign.

Naugatuck Cornell, Brooklyn Cutler. Northampton Earle wt. Assler. New York Sanderson. Greenfield McKnight, Springfield Murphy, Worcester Roberts.

Springfield Concord A A A A A A A Danforth. Concord A Swain, Nantucket NEW ENGLAND HOUSE. Bodish. Wareham Phipps, Milton White, Wareham Richarde, McFarland, Wareham Harris, Weymouth A Burker. Great Falls Russell.

Watertown ET Howes. Keene A Smith, Jr. Great Falls Thompson. So Berwick Gates, Worcester Sears. Dover Kelley, Worcester Knight, Dover A Austin, Muford Banks, Middleboro I Johnston.

Milford A Marston. Rockland Randall, Troy Chandler. Tewksbury Peck. Mass Moore, Lebanon Ankermiller. New York Brigham, Burlington Howes.

Coatham Wallace, Brookline RE Whitney. ARR 0 Hay ward. Peterboro Gray. Solon McNeil. RMS Park, Searsport Borne, olfboro A Webb.

Waterville Bennett. Wolfboro AT Webb, Belfast Parks, Pittsfield YOUNG'S HOTEL, Parker, New Haven Stevens. No Andover Larrabee. Batb Curtis. Waterbury Mayer, New York A Dempsey, Lewiston Cotter, New York Crabtree.

Simpson. Belfast Washburn, Mass Manchester McQueen. New York Coffin. Bangor Oscar, New York Quinn, Gardner Keaton, So Berwick A Hull. New York Wright.

Philadelphia Grover, Holyoke L. Collins, Colorado 0 8 Walker, Portland 0 Bradley, Manchester Turner, Fitchburg 0 McDuftee. Vermont Stephenson, Philadelphia Ellis, Philadelphia Alderbrook. Philadelphia Dennett. IN Keay.

Bridgewater A Shaw. Rockford Howard. Mass Pitts, Fitchburg Hazelton, New York Kelley, Fitchburg 1J Patterson. New York Barton. Jr, New York Russell.

Lawrence Larrabee, Mass Engs, Newport Nichols, Bath 8 Shelden, Vermont Webster, Rochester A Siders. Hingham Whitlaw. Laconia Bach, New York Davis, Chicopee Barton, Jr, New Haven Wood, Chicopee A A Weeks, Haverhill Lee. St John Young, Eastport Lee. St John AS Rivers, Portland Thomas, Providence A Savin.

Gardner Clement, Rutiand BrOWn, Portland Rowan, Jaftrey 8. Chisbolm. Portland Farnsworth, Providence Bali, Mass McLeod, St John Storer. New York Mails Close at Boston Post once. For Queenstown and Liverpool, per Britannic, from New York.

Friday, Oct 7..... 7.30 PM For Glasgow, direct, per steamer Ethiopia, from New York, Friday. Oct 2.30 PM For Ge man States and Continent of Eurone via Southampton and Bremen, per steamer Donau, from New York, Friday, Oct 7.30 P.M For Queenstown and Liverpool, ver steamer Samaria, from Boston. Saturday, Oct 8............ 7.30 AM mail 9.30 Miniature Oct.

7. BIGH WATER SUN MOON LENGTH OF DAY 10.45 AM, 6. 4 531 rises 11 I. 37 M. SHIP NEWS RECORD.

STEAMERS ARRIVED. At Boston, Oct. 6, Waldensian, from Glasgow; Missouri, from Liverpool. At New York, Oct. 6, British Empire from Havana.

At Queenstown, Oct. 5, Aibernian, Baltimore. Oct. 5, Prussian, from Boston. At Rotterdam, Oct.

5, P. Caland. from New York. Off Fastnet, Oct. Baltic, from New York.

At Queenstown, Oct, 6, Baltic, from New York. At Moville, Oct. 6, Grecian, Montreal, and Prussian, from Boston. At London, Oct. 6, Helmsteat and Nerissa, from New York.

At New York, Oct, 6. Schleswig, from London. PORT OF BOSTON. Thursday, October 6. Grier.

Also cleared. steamer Hunter, Ludlow. Annapolis, NS, by Hatheway Co; dark Fluorine, Mason, Windsor, NS; Br schs Willte Boudreau, Yarmouth, NS. Hall Co; Ashton, Hutchinson. Weymouth, by the same; Atwood, Bartaux.

for Annapolis, NS. Forrest; Alpharetta, Warren, Port Gilbert. NS. Hall Co: Margaretville. Bowen, Fredericktown.

NB, Hatheway Co; Gazelle. Kent, Grand Menan, ET Russell Co: Eureka, LeBlanc, Weymouth. Hall Co; A Crandall. Simpson. St Andrews, NB, Harris.

CoASTWISE--Steamers Santiago de Cuba, Foote, Savannab, by Nickerson Co; John Brooks, Snowman, Portland, Wm Weeks: brig Etna (Br). MsKinnon. Fernanding. Bickford Son: schs Maggie Chadwick, Norris, Baltimore via Kennebec River, Russell: Allen Green, Nickerson, Baltimore via Kennebec River, by the same. Also cleared, schs Ober, Crowell, Wilmington via Kennebec River, Doane Crowell: Henry Withington, Crowell, Baltimore, via Kennebec River, by the same.

ARRIVED. Br steamer Waldensian, Moore, Glasgow Sept 21. with mdse and 7 steerage passengers to A Allan. Reports having experienced strong Westerly gales and high seas most of the passage. Br steamer Missouri.

Burwell, Liverpool Sept 24. with mdse and two cabin and 233 steerage passengers to Warren Co. Reports having experiencod strong Westerly gales most of the passage. Steamer Falmouth, Hall, St John. NB.

via Eastport and Portland, to Kilby. Steamer General Whitney, Hallett, New York, to Whitney. Steamer Katahdin, Roix, Bangor, with mdse to James Littlefield. Steamer John Brooks, Snowman, Portiana, with mdse to William Weeks. Steamer Acushnet.

Bird, Portsmouth, NH, with mdse to South Sbore Steamship Co. Steamer Todd, Proctor. Gloucester. Br brig Annie Bogart, Siocomb. Harborville, Br sch Day.

McBride. Harborville. sch A Baxter. Baxter, Cornwallis, NS. Br sch Risk, Mallett.

Metegban. Br sch Mary Ann, McClair, French Cross. Br Mary Ann, McClair, French CrOSs. Br sch Sylpb. Grayton, Jordan River.

NS. Br sch Althea, Crowley, Port William. NS. Br Ella Cliftan, Perry, St John, NB Sch Alexander Harding. Smith.

Georgetown, DC. Jennie Willey. Chadwick, Philadelphia. Sch Winnie Lowrie Spear, Poughkeepsie. Sch Artemus Tirrell, Nickerson.

Hoboken, Sch Ada Allen. Dudley, Hoboken. Sch Alfred Keen, Crockett, Hoboken. Sch Arboreer, Clark, Ellsworth. Sch Lawrence, Davis, Ellsworth.

Sch Anaconda. Fickett, Millbridge. Sch Commonweaith, Cudworth, Rockland. Sch Mentora. Dunbar.

Castine. Sch A Elliott, Colson, Winterport. Sch Antelope, Banks, Camden. Sch Vesta. Linnell, Bangor.

Sch Vulcan, Bartlett, Pembroke. Sch Twilight, Reed, Bristol. Sch Nellie Vaughan. Nickerson, Provincetown. Sch Bridgeport.

Morgan. Gloucester. Sch Island Home, Thursion. Gloucester. BELOW--A large fleet of schooners bound in.

CLEARED. FOREIGN-Br sch Endeavor, Martin, Joggins, NS, by Heath Grier. our correspondents.1 VINEYARD HAVEN. Thursday. Oct 6-Ar, brig Aretas (Br), Lockhart, New York for Windsor, schs Ida L.

Fish, Charleston, sC. for Boston: Maud. Nickerson, Philadel phia for do; Erastus Wiman. Anderson, Hoboken for do; A McNicbol. Fanning, Weehawken for do; Olive Branch, Whitaker, and Thomas Hix, Yeaton, Rondout do; Lucy, Cassidy, and Gurney, Bunce, Elizabethport for do; Storm Petrel, Herrick.

Port Johnson for do: Moutecello, Melvin, New York for do; Decorra. Berry, Hoboken for Portland: Effort, Shea. Elizabeth port for Lynn: Martha Innis, Newcomb, and Jones, Smith, Weehawken for do: July Fourth, Woods. Perth Amboy for Salem; American Eagle, Brown, Hoboken For do; Ida Ray. Marsnall, Melville, snow.

and Abner Tavler, Dooge. Port Johnson for do; Fannie Hanmer, Brooks, Perth Amboy for Nantucket: Fannie Hodgkins. Lewis, Elizabethport for Wiscasset; Red Jacket, Ginn Perth Amboy for Plymouth: Marshail Perrin. Packard. Weehawken for do; Thomas, Thorndike, Rondout for Portsmouth: Nickerson.

Farr, for Portland; Katie Mitchell, Oliver, Perth Amboy for Augusta; Casco Lodge. Pierce, South Amboy for Gard per: Victorin (Br), Douglas, Providence for St John. NB: A Acken. Dagget, Hyannis for Woods Holl. Connecticut.

Chandler, Bangor for New York: George Walser, Dinsmore, Gardiner for Philadelphia. Sch Casco Lodge. white coming into the barbor last night, ran ashore on the East side, but was floated this morning without assistance or damage to vessel. No vessels sailed. Wind NNW.

blowing heavy. PROVINCETOWN, Oct 6-The fishing schooner Nannie Watermal, Capt Pierce, arrived this afternoon with loss of her seine boat. Gapt Pierce reports. at 7 o'clock AM to-day boarded the schooner Richard Denham, of Bath, waterjogged and abandoned. Had the appearance of the crew belng taken off, Left a fisherman lying by her.

The wreck bore Northeast by East, 30 miles from Highland Light. Capt Pierce reports that his glass gave no indication of the gale. There are eight or ten fishing vessels in port with the loss of seine boats. EDGARTOWN- 5th, schs Moses Svmington, New York for Danversport with loss of jibboom: Mary Gage, Kelley, Stonington for Jonesport. with loss or botn anchors; el Willard, Jordan, New York for Bangor; Nellie Grey.

Coombs, do for Wellfleet; Sardenian. Holbrook, do for Boston. In port, 5th. schs Olive Avery. for Boston; Idaho.

for Hingham; brig Joseph Clark. for Boston; schs Adeliza. Boston for New York; Gilman. for Saco: HS Rovnton. for Rockport; Fannie Edith, for Salem; Ira Bliss, discharging coal.

Also ar 5th. sch A Brooks. Wilbur, Nantucket, Wind NNW, and blowing a gale. Office GLOUCESTEK, of Cape Ann Advertiser. Mass, Oct 6.

Ar, fishing schs Ada Damon. from Western Banks: Etta Gott, Sunshine, from Georges; Charles Tappan, Cora Smith. Unocorua, David Adams, Ellen Adams, Fleetwing, Henry Friend, Marion Grimes, and William A Pew, mackereling. lbs codfish. 800 lbs halibut, 1905 bbls mackerel.

250 do herring. Cleared, sch Princess. Ryan, Port Gilbert, NS. MOVEMENTS OF THE FISHING -Since our last 18sue we notice 14 arrivals at this port from mackereling trips, 23 from Georges. 5 from off-shore fishing trips.

4 from Bank halibuticg trips, 2 each from Cape Shore. the Bay of Funoy and Greenland. and each from Grand Bank and Western Bank codfishing trips. Total84. The fish receipts have been as follows.

from the fleet: Codfish. 256.000 Is; 200 000 Ibs; Grand Bank, 57,000 ibs: Cape Shore. 000 Ibs: Greenland, 35,000 Ibs; Western Bank, 25,000 Is: Bay of Funds. 6000 bs: Shore, 609.000 tbs; fresh halibut, 98.000 bs; bank, 5200 Ibs; Georges, 103,200 tbs fletched halibut, 250.100 Ibs from Greenland: ibs; shore. 30.000 Ibs: Bay of Fundy.

83,000 bs: mackerel, 11,172 bs: herring, 75 bbls; net catch herring 50 bbls. From Maine, ports, 1200 qtis shore codfish: 2400 qtls hake; 900 qtls haddock and cusk: 200 bbis herring. For the corresponding week of last year there were 79 arrivals. with 1.497.000 ibs codfish, 13.400 lbs halibut. and 11,820 bbis mackerel, Last week we reported 519,100 lbs codfish.

25,800 lbs fresh halibut. 175.000 ibs. detched halibut. 25 000 lbs pollock, and bbis of mackerel. -Cape Ann Advertiser.

PERSONAL. Ca pt James Herriman, of Searsport, formerly captain of the lost ship Alice Buck. was united in marriage at Bangor on the 2d inst to Miss Mary Emma. daughter of the late Otis Couillard of Winterport. MARINE NOTES.

The cargo of abandoned ship Acadia (Br), from San Francisco for Queenstown. was valued at $62.092. A quantity of steel and iron rails and one safe were brought to San Francisco Sept 23 from the wreck of ship Franconia. Ship Alice Buck, which was wreckea near Spanishtown, Cal, is reported to nave been insured for $30,000 and her fright for $11,000. San Francisco, Sept 30-The repairs on snip St Joseph, before reported damaged by collision, were nearly completed at San Francieco, Sept 28.

The wreck and materials saved and on the beach at North Truro, of the brig Adams, sold for $307. Samuel Dyer purchased what remained of the vessel for $39. Sch Meriin (of St John, NB) Riley, from Fredericton, NB. with a cargo of lumber. for orders, has dragged ashore just North of the Norris wharf.

Her shoe 1s off: damage unknown. Batavia, Sept 22, 1 PM-Clarissa Carver, United States ship, from Manila for New York. has put in leaky, and by order of the surveyors she is discharging her cargo for survey, which has not yet taken place. Halifax, Oct 5-Brig Ivanhoe, from Parrsboro for Belfast, which put in here about a month ago in distress. and the sch Addah from Port Medway for Barbadoes.

which put in about the same time, have completed repairs, Rockland, Me, Oct 6-Launched this forenoon from the yard of A Ames Son, a three-masted schooner named Helen Montague, of 407 tons measurement. She is of a very fine model, thoroughly buiit and titished, and will be commanded by Capt Albert Green. Steamer Juliet (Br), from Newcastle and Dundee for New York, put into St Johns, NF. AM O)ct 5. to land a lady passenger who was dangerously injured on the 2d, a sea breaking the part of which fell on the lady's head, fracturlog her skull, The steamer sustained no other damage and resumed her voyage 5th inst.

Bark Lancefeld (Br), from Point Wolf. NB, for Liverpool, which put into Halifax in distress after being ashore, went on the marine railway at the latter place Oct 1 for repairs; four holes were found in her starboard side. About twenty planks will have to be put in. Three of her timbers were broken and the ceiling was burst in. Repairs will take about two weeks, Galveston.

Sept 30-Yesterday the first mate and a seaman of the bark Brenham made their appearance in the city, having come overland via Columbia the evening before. The mate. in excuse of sis action an starting from port without his captain, says that officer had been carousing on shore for a long whlle: that in twenty-two days he bad seen him on the ship but once, and in fifty days but three times. The vessel was growing short of provisions and water, and as she was ready to sail he deemed it wise to wait no longer. He however.

bolsted all signals for one whole day before leaving, in order to attract the attention of the captain on shore. His intention and endeavor were to make this port to report the tact and receive new orders, but meeting with head winds and counter currents he was forced shorewards. As soon as possible be secured such valuables as he could from the vessel and started across the country for this place, where. on arriving, he turned them over to Mr Heidenheimer. That gentleman went on the pond of both parties, who were released to await hearing after the arrival of the deputy marshal with the remainder of the crew.

The vessel will, it is believed, prove a total loss. NOTICE TO MARINERS. Quebec, Oct 5-The following IS official intelligence respecting the Marine Department: The Government steamer Napoleon III leaves this port to-day on the second supply trip in the Gulf and Straits of Belle Isle. A new fog horn and a 32-pounder cannou have been placed at the East point of Anticosti. The latter will be fired every half hour daring thick weatner, as soon after the arrival of the Napoleon as may be required, All the guns this district will be tred every half hour in future.

instead of every hour as was the case at most of the stations beretofore. The new 32-pounder gun replaced an old 9- pounder at Cape Rosier. A similar gun has also replaced an old brass piece regularly at Bird Rocks. thick The Cape weather, Onal te This fog horn sounded during is placed at Point Fame, about 11 miles East of Cape Charles lighthouse. A red can buoy and six spar buoys have been placed down to Magdalen Island to indicate the entrance to House Harbor.

Havana. Oct 1-Owing to the proximity of the time when the yearly sutumnal burricanes generally range on the coasts or this island, the maritime authorities deem it necessary to remind captains of vessels in this port the regulations that are enforced in such cases and explain to them anew the meaning of the signals adopted and to be hoisted on the flag staffs on the Morro Castle and at the office of the captain of the port as soon as the atmospherical changes indicate the approach of bad weather, in order that they may immediately take such measures as suggested by experienee and prudence to insure the safety of their vessels, viz: First- red triangular flag indicates that there are signs of bad weathe. Second-A yellow and blue flag, horizontally divided. means that the signs of bad weather are increasing. Third--Any of the above flags of surmounted by improvement a black in bali the indicates that there are signs marked by the flag upon which it is placed.

Fourth--A black alone summons the mate of the tow boat on guard, for orders. B- Captains are advised that they will be held responsible for any damage done by their vessels. from neglect in the fulfillment of their duties, according to circ*mstances, after the above mentioned signals have been hoisted. DEATHS AT SEA. Capt Samuel Baker, of the schooner Three Sisters (heart disease), while his vessel was passing up Savannah River.

DISASTERS. Washington, Oct 6-Signal corps statton at Cape Hatteras reports: Sch Charles, of Beaufort, NO, ADA ACA A W. MC: Ally, both rumber laden, went ashore near Station No 20, this AM. Crews alt saved. An unkown three-masted schooner care ashore near Life Saving Station No 18 this AM.

Seven men lost. Further particulars as soon as posstole. Later--The Signal Coros Station at Hattaras. NO, reports to the Chief Signal Officer as follows: The three-masted schooner before reported ashore is the Thomas Lancaster, Capt Bunter, of Philadelphia. bound to Savannah.

Ga, laden with ice. She went ashore at 3 AM yesterday four miles South of New Inlet. There were 13 persons on board all told. Seven were lost. The captain and his three children were drowned.

but his wife was saved. The second mate was saved but had his thigh broken. The vessel will be a total lo S. The steamer Hallamshire is asbore in the Suez Canal, causing suspension of traftle. Steamer Columbia, before reported totally wrecked in Magdalena River, was probably the American steamer Columbia, engaged in the river trade at Baranquilia and Savanilla.

Ship Fuller from Cardiff for Valparaiso, before reprated burned at sea. was discovered to be on fire at 10,15 PM Aug 24. and it seemed to originate in the lower nola under the cabin: toe ventilators and cabin wera immediately closed, and efforts were made to smother the fire. The smoke still increasing, orders were given to bore holes in the deck, and large quantities of water were poured on the cargo with little eftect. All hands got into the boats and remained all night about half a mile from the ship.

On goiug aboard in the morning it was found that the houses and deck planks were unbearably it was decided that nothing the further could be done te save the ship, On the morning of 26th the mizzenmast fell with a crash. followed by the foremast. and at 10.20 the same night the vessel foundered, going down with a loud report. All bands were picked up by bark Paraca (Br), from Reunion for St Nazaire, and two days afterward ten. incinding the captain, were transferred to ship Borrowdale (Br).

Bark Brenham, before reported asbore 65 miles South west or Galveston, will, it is feared. be a lotal loss. Bark Devenvort (Br). Irving. at Newry Sept for Demerara, got ashore Sept 20 on the beach at Greenore.

She remained one tide, but was got oft withaut assistance! reported undamaged. A special despatch to the Morning News from Brunswick, Ga, says the Sp bark Mar uel went ashore on the South Breaker this evening and is reported a total wreck, The crew IS still on board. A steamer nas gone to her assistance Brig Elbe, Horton, for New York, nas been totally wrecked at San Domingo. Sch May Wyman, 'Sawyer, at Portland 4th inst for Boston, had lost mainmast. Sch William Walton, from Philadelphia for Norfolk, with coal.

went ashore 5th Inst 8 miles West of Cape Henry. and will probably be a total loss. saved. New York, leakSch Carrie Walker. from Kennebec for 18 ing.

having been ashore at Echo Bay. New Rochelle. She was towed to City Island yesterday for (6th). Indian for repairs. River, before Sch Magnolia, trom Jacksonville arrived at St Augustine, after deing aspore on the bar, sank on the bean about one mtie from Augustine, with reported decks cove ed with water.

She will probably be raised. Sch Harmony, Mitchell. from Lubec for Boston, put into Boothbay Oct 1 with loss of fore and mainmasts and all attached off Seguin. She was towed in by sch Geo Pierce. Effect of the Gale at Nantucket-Sch Edwin Morrison.

a three- master. struck on Nantucket Bar: she beat over and lies on the flats in an easy situation, and will be got off. Sch Hathaway. from St John. NB.

for New York. sunk en loaded with coal. 18 cf Tuckernuck Shoal with union down; Handkerchief Sboal: crew saved. Sch Cicero, of Bangor, hag her sails blown away: steamer Island St Home will Me. tow came her to Vineyard Haven, Sch Baker, of George.

ashore on Nantucket bar: she is laden with coal; the vessel is sunk; crew saved. Sch Malada, Curtis. from Hoboken for Belfast. Me, with coal. was driven on Nantucket Bar during the gale and bilgen; crew saved by underwriters' boat: the be stripped.

Sch Char.es A Ropes, of Lubec. Me. New York with smoked fish, slipped. from her anchors to vessel will for avoid drifting on to Point Rip, and run into Nantucket for a harbor. Sch Joe Hooker, of Harwich.

bound to the East on cruise, sighted coast of Maine, took the gale and a commenced leaking and came into Nantucket for put away; a harbor. The dismasted vessel which was off Chatham Wednesday arrived at the port of Boston last night in tow of the tug Charles Pearson. She proved to be the sch Asia. Whitley, from New York for St John, NB, coal-laden. The captain reports that when about six miles East of Cape Cod, during a heavy gale, Icst spars, rigging, jibboom and bowsprit.

The vessel was eight days from New York: all hands well. Atlantic Highlands, NJ, Oct 5-Sch 1 Merritt. Gaskili, laden with lumber was driven asbore here this morning during a severe Northeast gale. The vessel is lying easy and wilt be got off nest high water. Fortress Monroe, Oct 5-A three- masted schoonor went on Willoughby's Spit, about three miles from bere.

in a gale last night. Sue has set a flag for a tug. and is still ashore. the It is 10 rough to-day to assist her. There is a schooner in bay off New Point in distress.

Cape Hatteras, Oct 6-Two schooners went asbore near Kinnakeet last night. Crew saved by Life Station. Vineyard Haven. Oct 6-Sch Merlin, before reported is full of water. She will have to oischarge decaload before floating TOTAL DISASTERS IN SEPTEMBER.

The number of vessels belonging to. or bound to or from during the past month is 27. of which 13 were wrecked, 2 ports in the United States. reported totally lost and missing sunk by collision. 5 were burned, and 6 were abanwere doned.

The list comprises 9 ship, 6 barKs, 3 brigs and 9 schooners, and their total value, exclusive of cargoes, is estimated at $575.520. Below is the list, giving names. ports whence hailing, destinations. Those designated by a were wrecked, sunk by collision, burned, and a abandoned, SHIP. Names.

Whence hailing. Where from. Where bound. La Veritas, Fuller, Valparaiso Hugo, Geestemunde. Francisco.

Acadia, Francisco. Queenstown Alice Olympus. Buck, w. Pt Portland Seabeck Calista Hawes, John, New Trieste BARKS. Annie Hall, a Hong Kong Tommy.

Essex, Penarth Johanne, Elisfeth. New York Primavera, York. Cette Rival, Francisco.S Astoria BRIG. Bride, Thomas Clara Adams, w. Philadelphia York Marie, w.Nieu SCHOONERS.

Jesse Hoyt, Jonn, Boston Mary Bear. Wilmington Mystery, boat A Hammond. w. Philadelphia. Norwich Peter Ricker, Huntingt'n Seth Smith, w.

Brunswick, Ga Thresher, Fishermau Porto Rico, Port Johnson. Saleto Hoebuck, Jamaica. or the above, 5 ships. 2 barks, 1 brig and 7 schooners were owned wholly in the United States, and their total value is estimated at $325,840. WHALERS.

Spoken-July 25, no lat, ship Jirch Perry. Chase, of New Bedford, 120 bbls sperm and 40 bbis whale, taken since last report. FISHERMEN. Gloucester, Oct 6-The high winds and extreme cold since Tuesday Light have driven quite a mackerel fleet into port, several with sails torn. damage to seines, boats, etc.

The receipts of mackerel yesterday and to-day aggregate 5475 bbls Despatch to Exchange. I HALIFAX. NS, Oct 6-Sailed, steamer Australia, London for Bosten. prior to Oct 4, brig Stella, Smith, Smithville, NO. Cardenas Sept 28-Ar, brig Wilhe.

Williams. Cassey, Drisko, Charleston. Havana CAIBARIEN, Sept 21-Ar. CHATHAM. NB.

Oct 1-Cleared, barks Isabella Ridley, Eriksen. Mersey; Brave Lourmel, Eneult, Caen: Oscar, Hanson. Conway, CIENFUEGOS, Sept 26-Salled, brig Emma, Dowling, Trinidad COPENHAGEN, Oct 1-Ar. steamer Katie. Weiss, New York- York.

CURACOA. Sept 22-Ar, brig Curacoa. Olsen, New 25th, Henry Stewart, Pendleton, St Thomas. to load for In port at do Sept 27, bark Curacoa, Faulkner New York, Bringeport, Conn-26th. steamer Felicia.

Muller, New York. to sail 28th. DORCHESTER. NB, Sept 30-Cleared. sch Palmer, Swayne, Penarth Roads.

HALIFAX, NS, Oct 4-Ar. steamers Australia, Ward, London; Canima, Davis. St Jobns. NF. Cleared at do Oct 4, steamers Edgar Stuart.

Doane, Canso; Australia, Ward. London via Boston: A Starr, Rood, Yarmouth: brig Ida Maud, Davidson. Labrador; Summerside. PEI; schs McK, Bouaro. Esquimaux Point, Good Templar, Ferguson, St Pierre, Miq.

HAMBURG, Oct 3-Sailed, bark Trenmor, Christiansen. Charleston. HAVANA. Sept 57-Ar, brig Emetine, Urquhart. BostonOct 1.

steamer British Empire. Fawcett, Vera Cruz. Sailed from do Sept 25. bark Regina, Urgelles, Pensacola: brig Carlos, Carballeyra, do-26th. brig Clara, New Fontanills, New York-27th, steamers Knickerbocker.

Kemble; York; City of Alexandria. Deaken. Cruz-25th, Gussie, Hill. Indianola: Fourne. Exmelin, Vera Cruz and New OrleausOct 1, British Empire.

Fawcett. New York. Cleared at do Sept 26, brigs Ro arito, Sacristan. Richmond; Rio de la Plata, Abrizqueta, Delaware Breakwater -Oct 1, brig Braulio Vincente. Lierena, Pass Christian.

Ar at do Oct 5, steamer City of Merida, Mcintosh, New York. HONOLULU, Aug 27-Ar, steamer City of Bombay, Francisco Lowell, -29th, Murray, Ravens, do -Sept 1. bark Montana, PeLiverpool-25th. barks Discovery, Perriman, San terson, Departure Bay: sch Rosario, Swift, Kahului. Sailed from do Sept bark Ranter, for Port Townsend.

In port at do Sept 2, barks Murray. Ravens, disg: Jane A Falkenburg, Hubbard, do; Discovery, Perriman, for San Francisco about 10th; brig William Irwin, Turner, for do do; schs Meyer, Howe, do; Rosario, for San Francisco, loading, to sali about 9h. LUNENBURG, NS, Sept 29 -Cleared, brig Wilhelmine, Smidtzer, Barbadoes, MONTREAL. Oct 4 Ar at steamers Helvetia, Keil, Antwerp; Peruvian, Ritchie, Liverpool. Cleared at do Oct 4, steamers Moravian, Archer, Liverpool; Titania, Sclater.

Glasgow. MALAGA-Sailed to Oct 4, steamer Acadia, Harseinshem. Boston. MARTIN'S RIVER, Oct 5-Passed in, steamer Ontario. Williams.

from Liverpool for Montreal. MATANZAS. Sept 24-Ar, sch William Knight, Tower Baltimore. Satled from do Sept 27, brig Libbie Hopkins, Delaware Breakwater, MESSINA, Oct 4-Sailed, steamer Tyrian, Ketchell, New York. NEWCASTLE.

NB, Oct 1-Ar, barks Burgermeister Muller, Bemck. Sligo; Oscar Il. Haagensen, Amsterdam; Richard Hutchioson. Troop, Oct barks Sharpness, Premier McKenzie. Elder, Sligo; do 1, Lothair, Finn, Dublin; Kalos.

Tobiasen. St Nazaire. NORTH SYDNEY. CB. Oct 1-Ar, steamer Arragon.

Cole. Montreal (to coal): and sailed for Star, McKay. Avonmouth; Wicklow, bark Viola (Br), Sailed Jolitte, from do Brazil: Oct 8. brig bark Savanna, Brennan, Miramichi. Belle PALMA, Sept 29-Ar, bark Arab Steed, Skantze.

New York. FICTOU, NS. Sept 29-Ar, bark Bravo. Olsen, Fleetweod. PILLAU, Oct 1-Sailed.

bark Fulton, Philadelphia QUEBEC, Oct 4--Ar, ship Roseneath, McVicar, Glasgow via Halifax for Montreal. Cleared at do Oct steamer Miramichi, Baquet, Pictou; bark Rose de De Lima. Lareche. Burlington, QUEENSTOWN, Sept 24-Cleared sbip Rokeby Hall. Wildridge ST JOHN, NB, Oct steamer Falmouth, Chisholm, (from San Francisco), Dublin.

Bosion; brig Zingu, Burns. do. Cleared at do Oct 4, seas Olive Branch, Wambach, Baltimore; Aften. Black. Gioucester.

SANTAND Oct 4-Sailed. sch Henry Lippett, Howes, Bnltimore. SAGUA. Sept 27-Ar, brig Clara Goodrich, Tibbetts, Cow Bay. SHANGHAI, Sept 23-Ar, Dark Aymar, Mott, Japan (and sailed 27th for Kuchinetze, Japan), Sailed from do Aug 20, steamers Killarney, () Neill, New York via Suez-26th, Agamemnon, Wilding (from In port at do Aug 25, bark Tait Sing.

Chapman. for Portland, O. in ballast -31st. suips Humboldt, Reynolds, tor New York, about one third loaded Nearchus. Pearce.

1 for London; bars Quickstep, Marcy. for do. ST ANDREWS. NB. Sept 29-Ar.

sch Clara, Britt, New York -30th, Aurora Borealis. Finley, do. ST JAGO, Sept 18-Ar, brig Lyra, Hysson, Lunenburg-19th, sch Lucretia. Sterling, Guantanamo (and sailed 23d for Baranquilla). YARMOUTH, NS, Oct 3-Ar.

brig Louise, Coipel, Boston YOKOHAMA. Dept 5-Sailed, steamers Darlington, Hogg. New York via Kobe and Shanghai-5th. Antonio, Seabourne, New York via Amoy. Chartered.

steamer Touser, 1,324 tons, to arrive, to load for New York via China port3 and Suez Canal. at do Sept 9. bark ForwardHo, Wade. for Portland, ZAZA. Sept 25-Ar, brigs Alvin Kelly, Kelly, St Thomas; In port Zulu, Peters, do.

ANTWERP, Oct 6-Ar, ship Nevada, Kruger, New York. QUEENSTOWN, Oct 6-Ar, steamer Baltic, from New York FOREIGN PORTS. ANNAPOLIS, NS, Sept 28 -Ar. sch Opera, Fowler. New York, Per Steamer Scythia.

Sailed from Flushing, Antwerp, Sept 16, Navarch. Lovitt. Baltimore: Magnolia, Svendsen, for New York: Terzo, Kus, Philadelphia; William, Harding. Philadelphia; Tsernagora, Hilton. New Orleans: Athione, Dexter, Cardiff.

Ar at Ascension no date. (by telearam from Madeira dated Sept 24) Austrians, Gules, Bombay for Havre; Elmina, Partridge, from Cardiff for Imbetiba Ar at Barcelona Sept 21, Adelante. Ferran, New Orleans. Passed Bremen for a port up the river Sept 22, Helene, from Charleston. at Belfast Sept 22, Hiawatha, Anderson, St John.

NB. Ar Ar at Bristol Sept 28, Arctic. Foote, Newfoundland. Sailed from Charente Sept 20, Lake Simcoe, Sargent, Montrel. Sailed from Cadiz Sept 17.

Village Belle, Braddon, St Johns, NF. Cleared at do 19th, Silver Sea, for St Jobns, NF. Sailed from Cuxbaven Sept 20, Pauline. Klingsberg, New York-21st, Denbigoshire. Murdock.

San Francisco. Ar at Cardiff Sept 22, Foley, McDougall, Quebec Sailea from do 23d, Milanese, Sidebotham, Martinique; at Darnaervon Sept 22, Monrovia, Arvemen, New BrunsEmily Chaplain, Harris, Newport. Ar wick. Ar at Cork Sept 21, Bermah, Whitehead, New York, Sailed from do 22d, Mozart. Geruldsen, Cardiff.

Sailed from Dunedin August 12, Charles Worsley, Morgan, Portland 0. Jeremiah Thompson, Kirby, London for Passed Valparaiso: Emelia Magoesco, Baltimore via QueensDeal Sept 22, for London-21th, Anna, Christopher, London for New town York 22, Belt, Munro (from London), New Sailed from do Sept York. Dover Sept 22, Statsraad Broch, Christiansen, CarPassed diff for Galveston. Dungeness Sept 24, Baltimore, Fokken, Bremen for Passed Baitimore. Off Dungeness Sept 22, Rosa, Oxholm, Montreal for Rotterdam.

Sailed from Falmouth to Sept 23, Lizzie Iredale, Mosoap, Cleared do 23d, 0). Sem Hunt. Joculich (from New York), Fleet(from Portland, at wood. Ar at Fleetwood Sept 22, Tabor, Bache, Cocagne, NB-23d, Attilio. Sailed from Genoa 20th, Marietta Baya, for PensaBonifacio, San Francisco via Falmouth.

Sept cola. Ar at Hull Sept 22, bark Terrace. Hutchinson. San Francisco via Queenstown-234, Armonia. Chiozza.

San Francisco via Queenstown. Ar at Leith Sept 22. James Mason, Salmon. Coosaw, Valparaiso- SC. Sailed Racehorse, from for st Thomas; Jairus Lincoln, Waite, Penarth Sept 23, Peru, Larrabee, Rio 24th, Janeiro.

Ar at Plymouth Sept 21, Nora, Hassell, for Quebec. Philadelphia or Off de 21st, Cyanthia, Bishop, Antwerp, New York. from Salcombe Sept 20, Lady Mary. Harding (from Sailed Sharpness Sept 23. Unanima, Whitehouse, for London), St Johns, NF.

Sailed from New York. Ar at St Belena no date. (by telegram from Madeira dated Smith. Rangoon for New York: George 24), Moon. Sawyer.

from Bassein for Channel; Hospodar, Sept Campsie Glen, Bombay for Havre: Samuel Carlton, Freeman, from Bombay for Bremen: Thomas Campbell. from Singapore 11. Andrea Padre. Canevaro, from New for Boston. York for Constantinople; Fannie Skolfield, Dunning.

from Passed Sept Catania for San Francisco; Immacolata, Longobardo. from Porman for New York. do Sept9, Cavaliere. Martinolich, from New York for Passed Petras. Sailed from Tvenestrand Sept 15, Pallas, Peterson, Tybee Roads.

Ar at Vigo Sept 13, Justine Ingersoll, Hansen, New Orleans via Cadiz. Sailed from do Sept 12, Romo. Sheridan, Cadiz. Foreign Ports-By Cable. Sailed from Aarhuus Sept 29, bark Fairmount, King.

United States. Sailed from Bantry Oct 4, brig Stella (Br), Smith, Smithville. Ar at Bordeaux Oct 2, bark Northern Empire, Dinsmore, Sailed from Breman Oct 4, ship Lydia Skolfela, Miller, United States. Sailed from Bristol Oct 5, steamer Somerset, Williams, for New York. Ar at Brouerwshaven Oct 4, steamer Caland, Deddes, New York for Rotterdam.

Sailed from Cardiff Oct 5, ship State of Maine, Small. Valparaiso. Ar st Dantzic Oct 2, bark Kalaja, Mustoneb, from Philadelphia. Sailed from Fleetwood Oct 4th bark Southard, Handy, United States. Ar at Hamburg Oct 5, steamer Frisia, Kuhlwein, New York via Plymouth.

Sailed from Harburg Oct 2. bark Theodor, Larsen. Charleston. Ar at Havre Sept 3, bark Nellie Guest, Cann, New York4th, Lindesnaes. Tellefsen, Philadelphia.

Sailed from do Sept 4, ship Crusader, Durkee, for United States, Ar at Liverpool Oct 5, steamer Thanemore, Sibthorpe, Baltimore; bark Lizzie Bell, Moiguard, Astoria. The various business firms appearing in this column are among the best and most reliable in the city: BOOKS, Paper and Devonshire Stationery. A WINKLEY, THORP DRESSER, IL st. A COUNT DOANE BOOKS, Paper GREENOUGH, and 116 State street ACCOUNT AARON BOOKS, R. Paper GAY and 130 State Stationery.

street. A tionery. BOOKS, Law DARLING, Blanks 15 Exchange and St. StaA W.M, Stationery Tremont street. Fancy A American Col, and Agency, NOTES 186 collected by Boston.

the Washington DAMS MANIA CO. etc. 45 SUMMER st. LCOHOL Cologne spirits. Free or in A bond for exportation.

D.T.MILLS adiu A GRIDLEY CHITECT. J. F. BRYANT, 28 State ROOM 41. A CABOT ROHITECTS.

CHANDLER. No. 60 Devonshire street, ARCHITECT EMERSON. No. 5 Pemberton square.

ROHITECT. P. HALL, No. 11 Pemberton square. W.

WHITNEY LEWIS. NO. 5 Pemberton square. FULLER, No. ROHITECTS.

19 Exchange place. ARCHITECT. FRED POPR, No. 33 School street. ARCHITECT J.

F. No. 10 Water street. LOUIS WEISSBEIN. No.

3 State street. ARCHITECT WENTWORTH. No. 8 Exchange place. RT and ECCLESIANTICAL Stained Glass A Fremont street.

FROST ADAMS. 33 and 35 Cornhill ARTISTS' Material, Mathematical Total. A SPECIALTY- LINEN GLACE CO. are the manufacturers of the caly perfeet STARCH POLISH. 86 Washington street.

A Broker. UCTIONEER JEROME Real Estate MACDONALD, 23 Insurane8 School St. a Wonderful Musical Instrument. A. D.

SMITH. Sole 197 Fremont. BAND, ALFORD and 00., SOCIETY 104 Tremont GOODS st. and Mouiders' Bellows. 370 Federal BICYCLE MANUFACTURERS.

597 Washington street. BLACKING BROWN Leather 156 Dressing. Commercial street. Moulding Co. Room and Cornice Mouiding, etc.

Removed from 81 Union to 49 Cooper st. cor. Charlestown. AND SHOES, Wholesale. PARKER, HOLMES 141 Federal street, BOILER HODGE Marine and Liverpool Stationary, EAST ete.

BOSION. BREWER NOSTRAND Lake Brewery.WM. T. CO.40 Alford. Fine Ales and Porter BRICKS.

Common GLIDDEN. and Manirs' Face. Agents, 94 State st. BURLAPS WYMAN, 82 Water street, room 10, CALCIUM LIGHTS. Hydrogen N.

Y. CALCIUM LIGHT 333 Washington St. CANNED P. GOODS, PLUMMER. PICKLES, 3 etc.

l0 Blackstone street, CARPETS, H. Rugs, PRAY. SONS cloths 00., 553 and Washington Mattings. st. CARPETS, Bugs, I moleums.

Lignams, Oil Cloths. H. A. HARTLEY CO. 95.97.

99 103 Washington treet. CARPET SWEEPER, LADIES FRIEND. use.) A. P. SWIFT.

Gen. 71 Cornant Mats, Wholesale Retail. New England Mat Factory, 30 Hanover St. MARRIAGES WAGONS. BARGES, ETC.

HENDERSON North Cambridge. Carriages Toys. also FurniWholesale Retail. WHITCOMB 63 Union. CHAIRS- Wood Cane Seat-BOSTON CHAIR 86 Washington St.

CLOTHIERS. Boys, Youths' and Men's. Retail 440 Washington st. CLOTHING, PARKER COMPANY. COAL Retail, DARLING STEBUBINS.

25 Kilby, wharves, 445 Commercial 278 Albany st COAL and EMMERSON Building MARSH WHARF, 326 Albany street. COAL LEHIGH VALLEY AND GOAL G. SHIPPERS, C. Sweeny, Agent. COAL.

and Retail, WITHERELL. O. Hazleton, Lehigh Cumb'd and Retail. COAL, HAMLIN, 256 Federal street. AND RETAIL.

UCHOATE, BURNHAM SON. Wharf c. 9th Old Harbor PREPARED KINDLINGS, LIME, CEMENT and HAIR. J. A.

DOE, 370 Charles street. LIME Live and Portiand Cement. D. H. INGRAHAM, 25 Kilby street.

COMMISSION MERCHANT, W.S WHITNEY, Foreign 13 India. and COPYING AND MISS TE S. B. KIDDER. WRITING.

34 School street, AT LAW. EDWARD AVERY G. M. HOBBS, 17 Milk st. NO AT JOHNSON.

LAW. Boston Post building. BUMPUS AT LAW. DANIEL C. LINSCOTT has removed his office to 85 Devonshire street.

COUNSELLOR AT K. LAW. HAMILTON, No. 31 Milk st. row.

OC7F W6t $639,247 28 $639,247 23 at T. W. Clarke F.F. Raymond, 2d, 29 80. Patent Trademark Copyright.

CLOTHING BLUE and UNIFORMS. Summer street. CUSTOM DADOES W. and SPURR. FLOORS, 522 Harrison Spurrs Hard P.O.Box Wood 3,972.

DETECT 5, Herald Building, 257 Washington Wood. street. DRAPERIES, MIRRORS, DYER, ETC. BANCROFT 180 Tremont street. of every description, Wholesale Retail, CHANDLER CO 29 Winter, HOGG.

BROWN Laces, TAYLOR, 477 Ribbons, Washington etc. st. GOODS, and Dress Goods. DRY C. F.

HOVEY 33 Summer street. SHEATHING PAPER. DRY PRENTISS. F. H.

215 Federal street. EL ELECTROTYPE and FOUNDRY, 15 Stereotypias. Cornbill. ON WOOD: ALSO DE SIGNING. A.

D. CROMBIE. 265 Washington st. ENGRAVINGS. Framers.

Paintings HATCH CLARK. Crayon 822 Pore Wash. DUSTER Manfrs. Wholesale Retail. CHAS.

F. SHOURDS 20 22 Union St. TIRE OTIS ESCAPES, Iron Crestings, Fences, Etc. BRAMHALL, 2d. 364 and 366 Federal street.

FISHING TACKLE of every kind, Front, J.S 6 Faneuil Hall sq. FLOUR Brandy LINCOLN, wine Cornmeal. Commercial street FLOUR, GRAIN, A. PARSONS, MEAL 68 FEED. Commercial Etc.

street. FLOUR, GRAIN. TIMOTHY MEAL, BAKER, 154 FEED. Commercial Etc. street.

FLOUR AND PRODUCE. HOLMES. 42 Commercial street. PAPER Dry Millinery, Confectioners, Ice Cream, Etc Clayton, Gray Clayton. N.

Y. BOSTON OFFICE. 28 School, ROOM 53. Frames, Chromos, Oil Paintings Frames and order Fine Arts of every description. to a specialty.

Estimates furnished. C. A. White, 207 Tremont. and Upholsterers.

DOE. 577 and 579 Washington. FOUNT B. SOUTHER AND 7 and 8 MATTRESSES. Haymarket square.

FURNITURE FURNITURE WHOLESALE First and RETAIL. Second streets, East Cam bridge: cars from Scollay Square, Boston. and CARPETs at Special Bargains at F. A. Washington St.

on S. A. BADGER, Manfac. Agent. at WEST PRICES, Call HARRISON BEARD 80 Washington street.

Wholesale and Retail. EUGENE S. HEMMENWAY 73 Union, up stairs. FURNITURE Paper F.D.OSG000, 856 Hangings, 888 Washington Carpets, st. Mirror and Plates, PLATE Etc.

GLASS GLASS, German HILLS, TURNER 193 195 State Street. GOLD POLLARD, ALFORD FRINGES 101 Tremont. and FOOD FINISHER and POLISHER Interior Suishing of tine residences a specialty. JOiN LORING, with J. B.

Souther 7 and 8 Haywarket Sq. SEWING MACHINES. HOUSEROL WARREN WING. 149 Tremont street. and Selling Agents for Byfield Mills.

EWING BROS. 14 Beafor a st. mperters TRON WORK for Buildings. Fences, Fire scapes, Ete. CROF1.

Reea's 454 Harrison. TNSURANCE-Massachusetts W. Benefit AssoI ciation, G. Trement LITCHFIELD, Temple. A.

W. SIMMONS, CORPresident: A. Secretary: G. THELL, Treasurer. $1.000.

$2.000. 53.000 and certificates, MARINE. V. BUTCHINS W. A.

COUTHOUY. 25 State st. Agts. for Delaware Mutual Safety of Philadelpbia, also Mercantile Fire Co. of New York.

TASURANCE-Fire, Citizens Mutual Ins.Co. Exchange place. Insures dwelling and barn property. Dividends para on all expiring policies. H.

C. BIGLOW. President, J. W. PEABODY.

Secretary. of Boston. Office. 27 st. Cash fund July 1.

1884, Dorchester Mutual Fire Ins. $191,625. Surplus over reinsurance. $111.470. Total davilities, $86,616.

E.J BAKER. Pres. Treas. W. F.

TEMPLE. Sec. LIME, J. S. HOBBS 94 State street.

CEMENT, Ete UMBER Neponset. Office 2 P. 0. sq. Hard pine floor boards, gutters, etc.

MAHOGANY HOLT BUGBEE, 173 Friend street, AND FANCY WOODS. TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. MONEY F. E. BELDEN, 302 Washington street.

Massachusetts DetecM. SOM'S 1 Pemberton square, Room MACHINE 126 NATIONAL man'fs of the National, New England and Union Wax Thread Sewing Machines, for Root, Shoe and Harness work, also INTERNATIONAL Sewing Machine, for manufacturers and family use. Cylinder and MachinO' ery. HOWARD, PHETTEPLACE 37 India St. MIXED ready for use-all Colors.

PAINTS ORDWAY BROWNING, 150 Portiand St. PARE WINNIPISEOGER PAPER CO. Mills, Franklin, N. H. DAPER MANUFACTURERS.

Russell Paper Co. Mills, Lawrence, Mass. W. A. Russell, Treas.

DAPER MANUFACTURERS. Fall Mountain Paper Co. Mills, Bellows Falls. Vt. A.N.Burbauk, Treas.

DAPER RUSSELL. W. MANUFACTURERS. SON. 53 Devonshire street.

PAPER. TWINE, SWIFT. BAGS, 33 ETC. Exchange street. PATENT A.

SOLICITOR H. SPENCER. AND 28 State EXPERT. street. DATEN SOLICITOR ADAMS, 33 School st Late Principal examiner in the U.S.

Patent office, DATENT H. EDDY, 76 State st. The leading practitioner in the United States. DATENT SOLICITOR, American and For. I eign specialty eleetricity.

A. L. HA YES, 95 Mrik PRODECTS. STEPHEN JENNEY 2 Central wharf. PICTURE I.

G. FRAMES. WATERS 00.. MOULDINGS, 10 Canal street. ETC.

PRINTERS Rollers STEVENS. and and 12 Compositions. Hawley place. Wholesale and Packers. 33 North street Wholesale and Packers.

CHAS. H. NORTH 27 29 Faneuil Hall Market. DEAL ESTATE BOUGHT, Negotiated, SOLD AND Care Mortgages of Estates a Specialty. New England Farms in Variety, CHAS.

LETTS, 28 Sehool ROOM 53. and PERSONAL PROPLERTY. Houses to let. HEATH 11 Court St. DEAL of Estates MORTGAGES a and Specialty.

Insurance. care LOUIS MATHER, 309 Washington street. Care of Estates a Specialty SEAVERNS. 76 Berkeley, cor. Chandler.

DEAL ESTATE, Mortgages, Insurance JAMES F. C. HYDE, 19 Milk 5t REAL A in Real East Estate Boston a bought, Specialty and exchanged: Mortgages Negotiated; Care of Estates. D. H.

BLANEY, 3 Winthrop Block, E. Reston. and Money to Loan on Mortgages. RALPH HASKINS, 45 School street. Richard removed Smart to June.

Carpet Briehton Beating ave, and Beacon Company st. CHAIR TIPS and Soft Rubber ELASTIC TIP 157 Washington street. MANUFACTURER and GEORGE H. HALE. 20 MANUFACTURERS HALE 500 Washington.

DUBBER GOODS, Wholesale and Retail. RUBBER 72 and 74 Federal street. Hannaford Ventilated will A NO the feet. 79 MILK STREET. SAFES- FIRE GEO.

ANG DAMON, 110 Sudbury atreet. D. WILSON CO 5 Temple Place. SOCIETY STAIN COOK, AND REDDING GLASS. 146 148 Franklin del Swain, Nantucket Mrs Dr McGaffey, Charlottevil Walker, Rve OT Smith, Mass Towie.

Concord Cotton. Albany Chaffee, Windsor Locks Smith. Detroit IC Gleunon, Dalton Mrs Stewart. Derby Line Clark, Springtleld 10 A Wall wt. Springfield Mrs Robinson, Newport Mrs Haskell, Derby Line Aldrich.

Worcester Sprague wf. Carleton Prouty, Carleton Blake, Jersey City Goula wt, Florence Miss Jones. Medway Thompson, Greenfield Gates, Lebanon Briggs, Troy Peun wf. Nantucket 1J Pierce. Hartford 0 Mackintosh.

Holyoke L. Haskell, Derby Line A Still. Holyoke Dr Ellis, Springfield White wt. Chatham Stebbins, Worcester Pond. Worcester Easton.

Nantucket Easton, Nantucket Chamberlain. Concord Warner. Concord Rowley, Hartford Bates, Landing A Bates, Barton Landing Clark, Springfield Clark, Covington Turner, New York ES Richaras. Mass Anthony. Woodstock 0 Smith, Wooastock Mrs Walderson.

New York Bent, Cochituate.

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