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\ I'.\V YORK HERALD.' \iw lurk, SumUy, June'4, 1HI4. The News from Kurope. The intelligence now hourly expected front lJuro|ie by the Caledonia, will be very interesting, and is looked for with considerable anxiety. We expect to receive the intelligence ot O'Connell's sentence, and the excitement in Dublin and throughout the country consequent thereon. The accounts, also, of the further movements in the Bliti-di parliament in relation to commercial treaties, will he exceedingly interesting on this side of the wnter. Besides all this, intelligence ot the most important character in the estimation of the American ladies, is expected?we mean the report ol the condition ot the Queen's health, and the prospect.* of an increase to her promising family. This will probably interest more people than even the sentence of O'Connell. We shall receive the news by express, which i'ic iiM.'iiiv 111 uic vviiiruuiun luuuucn nri wharf, and, as usual, we shall publish the intelligence in advance of all our cotemporaries. The Next Presidency. The political elements, particularly in the democratic ranks in this city, nre in a state ot great ert'ervescence. In the whig camp unbroken quiet reigns, superinduced by the belief, very generally entertained, that Mr. Clay will walk over the course. After reflecting on this matter, however, we were strongly inclined to fear that this impression may lull the whigs into a very fatal security, if they do not take care. The indications in the democratic party, since the nomination of Polk and Dallas, seem to show that a very vigorous and united eflort will be made ut the polls in .Yovember next. It not unfrequenily happens that the nomination of candidates, whose character and names nre but little known, turns out successfully, from the disarming oi the antagonist party. Besides, it is evident that the democratic party come forward Willi some new issues, which may create a great deal of enthusiastic feeling in the country. We 11! n .1.? t,. |1,u n..?n1l'li.n .if ill.. Ilr.n,I.rrilnrv and re-annexation oi Texas. These important questions, affect.ng our foreign relations, give a belligerant character to the movement, and will connect with it all the war leeling throughout the country. In addition to all this, all those who are opposed to the whig issues of 18-10?a U. S. ftank, and all the other financial measures represented by Mr.Clay?will unite with.the great locofoco movement. This, also, may he regarded as the last movement of the ambitious nu n of the south lor the Presidency. They will now put forth their whole force ; and if they don't succeed, we tnay expect to see a great deal of trouble hereafter, growing out of the Texas and Oregon questions.? Who has forgotten the singular and alarming sketches given of a separate confederacy for the South and unoiher for the North, proclaimed by Mr. McDuHie in the Senate 1 In this quarter, the nominations of the Baltimore Democratic Convention have been received with a jtreat degree of cooluess, and almost contempt, especially amongst the leaders. But it is likely, afier the lapse of a lew weeks, when sober reflection does its work, that a different feeling may prevail. There will he heard a general cry for increaee of territory?increase of power?opposition to all European dictation and British aggression It is evident, indeed, that this contest will be decided on great public questions. There is nothing in the character of Mr. Polk to recommend him to the Presidency, except us the representative of certain interests that may agitate the American people. On the other hand, Mr. Clay stands forth r?till more clearly identified with great public measures ; and hence there is every reason to believe that the struggle will be more for important principles, and not a mere factious fight about men and names. Bishop Hughes' Second Epistle.?We give today the remainder of this melancholy letter. It presents, indeed, the most lamentable insiance ot mental bereavement with which we have met for a long time. It suggests, however, one very alarming consideration, and that is, the danger which might well be apprehended when a man so utterly unable to take care of himself has the guidance n.nd control of the Irish population of this city. T'nf utill it i 2 fn In* i'<l fti.if flir? nssnri:ifpn of ill.- Bi hop?]>r. Power*, Dr. Pise, and others? ate men of judgment, of talent, of sound sense, of Christian charity, and understand their position. If it were not for this counterbalancing circumstance, the mischievous agency of such a man as Bishop Hughes would long since have produced the most frightful results. It is also consolatory to reflect that the great mass of the intelligent and influential Catholics never moved in the foolish and unjustifiable movement attempted try the Bishop. They knew the rights end duties of American citizenship and avoided the precipice to which he would have dragged them. As some of the newspapers are affecting to take up the cudgels for the poor Bishop, we may keep the controversy open a little lenger, for the purpose of educing from it ns much warning and instruction as possible. We will publish the Bishop's speech in Carroll Ilall entire, with his editorial rein irks, and enter somewhat more minutely than we have yet done into the historical details of the effects which it produced. In the meantime, good Bishop, what about that " poignant V' What is the name of the assassin ! Prythee, tell us?what is his name t The College of Fishermen and the College of Cardinals.?Ifow forcibly do the letters of Bishop Hughes impress upon our minds the difference between the Apostles of Christ in the first and nineteenth centuries! How meek; how full of Christian charities; how like, in nil rc-pects, their Master, the fishermen of Gallilee ! IIow proud, how pompous, how overhearing, how dogmatic, how splenetic, their successors, the Cardinals and Bishops of this our day ! We need not h" surprised at such nn absence of the Christian spirit and graces as is evident amongst the great mass of professing Christians, when so many of those who minister to thern in holy things, so set nt nought the example and precepts of Jesus of Nazareth. Tiiat great teacher, who spake as never man spake, knew human nature well. He knew well the bitter fountains whence nroceeded the stream of individual and social evil. Hence his repeated, continual udnioni lions to self-control, and the regulation ot thr tldik and btoriny passions of the heart, uih hence his unceasing effort to instil into th< hearts of his followers the grand refining, eleva ting, humanizing principle of love to <iod and lovi to inan. Tins wa., the most frequent theme of la conversation and discourses?this he was ever en deavoring lo iuluse into ins disciples. And hi apostles were as diligent in enforcing the same di vine lesson of universal charity. The writings of the apostles nre full of exhorta tions to peace, forbearance, and love. It is this indeed, which distinguishes the Christian faitl from all others, and shows that it is,of a truth, Iron heaven. Crod himself, e Scriptur*? says, is Love and Christ is Love. This and this alone?love love to the bri thrrn and lo all men, is representei as the Imseni of genuine discipleship. Alas! alas I...... ^.J.llu rloi'/iirl Iif ih'm linli' nlirivtinn I'nil.liki influence, does the spirit of Bishop Hughes a|>[irn to he ! [lend the epistles of Paul and the cpi.-tle of the Bishop, undo!)! how clear the dillVrenc between "lite college of fishermen and the col lege of cardinals!!' . Camkkn Racks.?'The following is ttic result n races:?O It. Ilare'a I'atsy Anthony, I I James K. Vantn, torV hr. Ii by Mer. er, J 3 ; W. H. Join sou's Senator 3 3 ; Win. (ih?en'? Kitty Koril, 3 (lis ; I llugg's Alfred Duane, 3 J ; James K. Vnnmater'* b. c. b l/inglor), 1 1. Time t 3? 3.?Phil. Chron.Jutu 1 | Mokk Pautiii'i.a us ikoii Haiti.?We have re| ceived, by the arrival of the Casket at Boston, ad; vices from Port mi Prince to the 15ili ult. inclusive. Hayti is in the same happy state as it was when ! Hoyer fled to France with the rrown jewels, and 1 all the inoii -y he could gt t into his possession, j On the Sih inst., General Garuere was proclaimed I President at Port au Prince by the black popula I tion, and a courier despatched to t leneral lleviere ! who had command of the army employed ugainsi i the Hpanittda. This t ieneral, by the advice proba j bly of Herard, the Ex-President, immediately gavr ; up the place he occupied to pillage, and was inarch tug upon the capital in order to gratify his soldier* with the pillage of that also. He burnt one wnal town, and would, if possible, make one or twe more bonfires of other villagea that stoad in hit way. While this was going on m the government part ni the Inlunri. fhp S^anicli nnrfinn u>r<? nr-rivn in placing themselves in a strong position Solomon, not the one mentioned in the scriptures, but a inu - Idtto, of the ambitious soit, with thick lips, had proclaimed himself King, and was organizing 11 government to suit himself if not the people. Pending these movements on shore, a number ol American and foreign vessels were at anchor of Port au Prince with their cargoes on board They dared not land them for fear of never re ceiving a cent in return ; they dared not to sell ex cept for cash ; and they could not purchase he cause the pastime of lighting and making Presi dents had wholly shut out trade from the occupa tions of the people. Such was Hayti oil the loth ult. We have ac counts from the island to the 18th, but they were not so correct as the above. Veky late from South America.?It will be seen, on reference to our marine correspondence, that we have advices from Valparaiso to the 24th of March. There was no political news of importance stirring in that quarter; no new revolution that we can learn. All the commercial intelligence will be found under the proper head. Summer Theatricals ?Niblo's opens to-morrow night under the management of Mr. Mitchell, with uj numetous and well drilled company. Operu, vaudeville, ballet and farce will be given in quick succession, and many novelties will be produced. The Garden itself has been made,?we were going to say more delightful than ever, but that was not possible. However, it looks perfectly paradisiacal. Vtiuxhall also opens to-inorrow night under petti, coat management Mrs. Tiinm, a universal favor ite, has taken the reins of government here, aided by Mr. Walcott, a very clever and experienced hand. The company is good, embracing some very lovely women, and no doubt the season will be a prosperous one. Itai.ian Opera?Valtellina [takes his benefit to. morrow night, and presents a very excellent bill.? On Wednesday night Perozzi presents his claims If any member of the company deserves a bumper Perozzi does. He has been most industrious in hit efforts to do his duty and please, and he has succeeded to a most creditable extent. He is a mosi valuable member of the company, and a greai javorite. Let him have a rousing benefit by ul means. News from tiie East.?Adams & Co., in the Cleopatra arrived at tij o'clock yesterday morning, two hours in advance of the mail. Brig Pandora and the Haytiens.?The return of tIns vessel has enabled us to obtain from Capt, Pdxton particulars of the hruth between bit brig and th< insurgent schooners While the P. was discharging provision* tor the Haytien forces, at Azua, three schooners, wearing at different perioJs, French, Spanish, and Insur gent fljgs, made their appearance Suspecting their in tendons to he hostile, Capt. Tuxton got a spring on his ca Ide, placed his fivi guns on the st award side of his ves set, and run up ills colors. The schooners immediate!} showed the Insurgent flag and commenced firing upor the biig. A well directed fire from the Pandora eoon si lenced one of thorn, and she hauled down her colors.? Soon alter, slid was hoarded and supplied with men lijr one ol her c.snsorts, and the three commenced operations again upon the Pandoia. After a light of one hour the schooners endeavored to get in shore of the brig, when I.apt. ruxton supped his cubic, cat thu spring, and run ashore in u direction which on account of the buttery the schoonrrs coubl not tullow. The schooners wen from 83 to too tons each, uud hud in ull Ml men. At tht smallest stimste there were up war Js of 40 killed urn! twice thiil number wounded. The schooners all filed high, and the luuuing and lower rigging ot ihe I'andon was completely destroyed Several of her stays were cu away, also her yawl from thedavi s. Her hull and masti received hut small ipjury.?Bustun paper, May 31. MrKDEns in Mississippi.?The Paulding, Miss., Aurora, of the 15th ult., announces two murders as recently committed in that State, in both instances by negroes, en the persons of their masters, One of the victims i? Ar.diew K. Drnham, l>q.. late of I'erry county, who was shot in his own house, and in the presence of his family, about HI o'clock on the night ol Tuesday. the 7th inst. He had just taken his seat after the conclusion ol prayer by the Rev. Mr. Impson, preparatory to retiring lor Ihe night. He pushed open a window shutter at his elbow. A crazy old Alricun negro, who had stationed himself without, piesenlo.l a musket heavily loaded with buckshot, within a few feet of bis bead, and fired. Mr. Dculuvn received upon bis chin the wl:olecharge, which passed out at the left side of his neck, fracturing his jawbone and lacerating his windpipe anil .jugular vein. lie expired in his chuir instantaneously, ami without a groan. The negro completed the tragedy by repairing to Leaf River, in the immediate vicinity, and drowning himself. The other case is that of a man named Plunkott. who was killed in i'lark county, a few days ago, hy his own negro man. The negro confesses the killing, and says that he wns nersiltuled to commit the deed hv n white man ? the non in-law of the deceased. He was committed to Clark jail to await a trial at the term of the Court, which commences on Monday next. Crops i\ Western Maryi./vni).?The Ilagerstown Herald of Freedom of Wednesday says?A gentleman of our acquaintance who has just returned Irom an excursion through a large portion of the fertile valley in Washington county, from the Pennsylvania 1 ne to the Potomac, assures us that the prospect for superabundant crops of grain, grass, and all the various productions of tiie earth adapted to our soil and climate, brightens as the season advances. He learned that the lly hail appeared in some fields, and that smut was seen in others, i>tit both ure very limited in extent and effect, lorn, which is necessarily short at this season of the year stands well, and the plants present a healthy and very vi goi-ous appearance. He also states that the formers expect to commence their wheat harvest about the twentieth ol next month. Stock Jomjino.?To tlie multitude who know, nothing of the chicanery |of stock gambling, the rapidity with which some men make fortunes, and somi lose them, is a matter of astonishment, lint the scbunu is simple enough, nnd founded on the known cupidity am ; gullibility of human nature. Kor instance?some tim< i ago, three keen brokers sealed at a table smoking scgars i examined the N. V stock list. Bays one, " why here is a I canal whose stock is down to about three dollars pet [share" ' Humph!" replied the other, "it is not worth | more than fifty rents" " Weil what's tlie difference, I said the third ? ' suppose we buy?purchasing will run it up" "(loud," exclaimed his companions. Forthwith they purchased a thousand shares, ami day after day, sold I or pretended to sell to each other a tew hundred shares ol I the stork ol that Canal Company at advancing prices I The curious public looked on. Avarice got excited, i Speculation was on the uui nee. The tiait took KvcryI body begun to tiny, and tnu worthless stock gradually run I up to over fllOivr share, while the original starters 01 I the movement having realized immense profits, soli out ' and left the stork in the hands of the many, to sustain 01 s let tall us events might assist them. This is hut one of s | ! series of similar laily transactions ? Phila Tim-*, A/iii/ CO Tub Huston Light Infantry, Captain John C, Park, paraded ?>n Wednesday. Front the many I encomiums which were passed upon their elegant and ap \ rrnpri.ite new uniiorm. and upon tne general appearand ol the corps, we are confident that the expectations whicl had heen raised, weiv not disappointed. Their uniform ii | acknowledged on ull hands to tie decidedly the most beau p titul ol any of the light companies of this city, and wil compare',livornbly with that of any company we have evei seen. I'nfortnnstely hut one of the elegant gilt plates * (that worn by ( apt. Park) which are to he worn on theii ? cape was finished, and a common brass plate was mitisti tilted fir the occasion Tliey are being manufactured if this city by the electro process, and will lie finished it season for the next parade of the company. They wil visit New ) ork in Julv.the guests of the Light (luard and we are coufi lent their Hp .esrance will reflect credi , on themselves, end on the military ot our city.? llmto paptr. May 31. ,J Ik (Hit Emigrants.?When the Thomas P. Copi left Liverpool, there were six large shins fllh d with Irisl ' 'migrants, prepared to shut lor New York und Philnde ,una within a b w days The numlnr aboard tlia ships, i 'estimated, will range from l'Klo to Jimo Snmn ?i ,i..>. nny be ? x|>oct?*.| nt thia por? within a few ilaya. Th ! I'hnmaa I* Copo licrsrll brought two hundred an . ninety our ptucnfirii Two wr.'o horn and flvu ditsil upon th nMi.ige.?l'hil. Sun. I IfSATTt OK THItKE IJ KVOhtrriOVAHV PKNHtO'<lF?>! Tite following |tt 'sons rli?*rl tn lilfiiville, N'. Y '' ' tit A'poh, via: -Oorrntt Van Kpp<'?. a^>*'l ho y^nr = ? Ilrdrting, aged P? ; aleo Van Voant, tvl orvnd in the French and Amitrican warn, nged li i nr*. AM wi'hln a (ii-tancc of 4 milmo! each other. | Hal. (.Mi. RcvENtfK Skuvick?We nrc gratified lo leu i > that thv Pri i.lcnt ha< ordered the reiteration of Horot I' N Tr.ioy , : <jii Kirat Lieut nnnt in the Revenue. lorvle > m l thereby none Juttici't> an able and eti.cient pttbi dflcsr. HIGHLY IMPORTANT * FROM EUROPE. I - ' " 1 SPECIHL OVERLAID EXPRESS FROM BOSTON, | EXCLUSIVELY FOIt THE NEW YOYK HERALD, t A HEAD OF EVERY OTHER PAPER. ARRIVAL OF THE ; STEAMSHIP CALEDONIA. FIFTEENN DAYS LATEft. Terrible Revulsion in the Cotton Blarket.i i O'CON NELL NOT YET SENTENCED. I Texas Excitement in England. 1 Arrival of the Overland mail from TWTITA ' IMPORTANT FINANCIAL. AND COMMERCIAL MOVEMENTS IN ENOLAKU. The steam ship Caledonia, Captain Lott, with . eighty-two passengers, arrived at Boston at eight o'clock yesterday morning. She sailed from Liverpool on the 19th ult. Our special messenger left Boston* in thirty minutes after she touched the wharf, and run an extraordinary overland express to the New York Herald office. This express distanced every other one, and has thus given exclusively to the readers of the Herald fifteen days later news from all parts of Europe. The news is highly important in every point of view. O'Connell is laid on the table till the next term. i Cotton has met with a dreadful revulsion. Prices are down, down, down Texas Annexation has produced a i>rodigious sensation in England. The Bank of England question has come up for debate. Parliament has taken hold of the Customs Duty bill. This may affect America. There has been another revolution in Spain. And there has been another dreadful massacre in Turkey. Trade in France is in a deplorable state. France has determined to abolish slavery in her colonies. ' The Independence, Samuel Ilicks, New York, and Acadia steamer had arrived out. 1 Annexation of Texas ?Lord Brougham wished t to ask the noble lord, the Secretary for Foreign ! Affairs, if he had received information with respect to the annexation of Texas with the United Statei This was a question of vast importance, so . far as the abolition of slavery was concerned, but he trusted that the deciding portion of tire Con' gress, namely, two-thirds of the members, would oppose it. Nothfng which had dropped from him or the noble lord at the head of the foreign de-part ment even justified the inference licit this country, although deploring the existence of slavery, evet ' contemplated auy interfeaence with the constitution of America. The Earl of Aberdeen said the noble and learned lord could not exnect him to give a precise answer to the question lie asked. It was a subject quite lew and unexampled in the history of nations, aud ' his noble and leurned friend might depend upon it ' that it would receive the most serious attention of " her Majesty's government. It was true, he believed, that the treaty for the annexation of Texas to the United States had been signed : but he agreed , in the hope expressed by his noule and learned friend, that the majority i f Congress would not agree to the ratification ol it. Ireland, i The Irish Statu Trials.?The legal arguments, wlm-h had occupied, the whole week on the mo' tioti for a new trial, in the case of O'Connell and Ins colleagues, closed in the Dublin Court ol J Queen's Bench on Saturday evening last, with n , powerful speech on behali of the crown from the Irish Artoraejr-General. Mr. Whiteside then rose and claimed the right of r*?r*l\r nn fl?#? narf nf lhi? frnvpriapi'j /in n/'pnunf nl . entirely new matter introduced l?y the Attorney General, contrary to arrangement, i The Attorney-General decidedly objected ; but the Court, speaking through Judge Burton, announced that they would consider tne matter nnd decide tho point on Monday morning. On Monday not a syllable was saiuon the subject either bo the judges or the counsel on one side or the other. On Tuesday, at out twelve o'clock, the jndges, who had been nearly two hours in consultation, entered the court, wearing the appearance of men who had been engaged in very earnest discussion. All the law ollicers ol the crown, with some of the . counsel for the defence, and two of the traversers, VIesss*. Steele and Tierney, were present. After a short pause, the Lord Chief Justice, addressing the Attorney-General, said?" Mr. Attorney, 1 am sorry to"tell you, that the Court lind they cannot give judgment in the case until next term." "The case," of course, was understood to mean that 01 " The Queen v. O'Connell and otheis." The Attorney-General dropped into his seat, and in a few moments the Court was comparatively empty. The ready facility of the judges lias had the natural effect of inviting further dilatory experiments; a variance, it appears, has been discovered between the verdict as returned by the jury and the entrv of it upon the jmstea. This is a matter which, in Westminster Hall, would not occupy five minutes. The error, if error there be, is the enor ol the. officer of the court, which Lord l)enman would order, as a matter of course, to he amended upon , a single suggestion ; the heaven only knows to how many months delay, and to how many thick octain volume* lit m teei'tic* flu* rrnfdirt mnv ?7iVP nfi I casiori in Dublin. Trinity totm commences on the 22J instant, and ends on the 12th June. If the derision on the new ' trial question be against the defendants, then comes ' the motion for an arrest of judgment, which may s occupy the whole of the ensuing term. Jf not J there is the writ of error, which will nflord mntes rials for another months speechifying. The Irish JIbi'kal Association.?The weekly ' meeting of this body, was hpld on Monday last, It. A. Fitzgerald, Esq , in the chair. The proceedingsi were comparatively unimportant, nnd consisted ' principally in the reading of letters and handing in ot subscriptions. Mr. O'Connell delivered two or three short addresses In one of them lie stated r that his reasons for proceeding to England were two, namely, to promote the success of the Casliel railway, nnd to "render it impossible to proceed with the atrocious f ranchise hill introduced by Lord i Annexation of Texiis?Few things have taken i the iiritish people with greater surprise than the news which came to hand this week, not only thai a treaty for the annexation of Texas to the Anieri 1 can Union had been signed by the contracing par ' ties, but that the treaty, ho signed, with ull the necessary correspondence and documents, had been laid before the Senate for ratification. A shell, thrown unexpectedly into a fort or a citadel, could 1 not have produced more general consternation. It ' will be seen that the treaty of Texas whs mooted in 1 ihc House of Lords, on Thursday night, hy Lord . Brougham, who it, ot cotme, strongly vena t<> it, r arising nut of slavery question. Lord Aberdeen spoke guardedly, but boili of the speakers emphatically r di nied having ever contemplated, in J connexion - with this question, the least interference with the > instiutions of the United States. ? IVihncr 3* Smith j M?J 10. Klliot in the present session," and that he would t return as speedily as he could. In a subsequent n speech he stated, in reference to a recent discus -non in the House of Lords, that it was 'he oilier of Chief Baron that had been offered him by tin j* Vlarqirs of Normandy, and that, being wedded to l' Ins country, he refused it. as he would again that t nr nny other otter. Mr. fiteele fiercely denounced ? the new poor Uw, declaring that its practical worki ing in Ireland had " tieen worthy of Natnn, ths ling of hell, and ol his "devil kings," the poot e law (lornmiHsiomm" The repeal rent for the wei k was announced to lie ?453, _ Tin- Lublin Evening Jit ail states that thr judges ire uiiaiiiinoua in declining to grant (lie motion Ini i' i new trial, as agaitn-t die parties couvicted, with in the exception ol the Rev. Mr. Tierney, and that >4 Mr. .Instici- Crampton stands alone, and upon sonic ? niiri- r point, with respvct to that individual. There m a rumor afl int in Dublin which, it if hat d", has caused considerable uneasiness and dis -atisf,ietion among the immediate connections ol B < 1 r. Daniel O'Donneil. Ji jh, according to this rejp :>orf, credibly believed tliat the lion, and learned gentleman is about to re enter the holy bonds ol wedlock with the sister of a distinguished member of Trinity College, and. moreover, a staunch follower of the tenets of the. Church of England. The friends ol Mr. O'Connrll deny the report that he is to be married to the sister ot a Fellow ot Trinity College. The Liberator is an admirer of Miss .Yl'D??, a most interesting and accomplished liulv, in her 23d year, but her connections laugh at the idea of herenteriug into hymenal bonds with the Father of his country, now in his72d year. The whole hanking capital paid up in Ireland is only ?1,600,000, deducting the capital of the Bank of Ireland, all lent to goveromeut. _ The whole available hanking means of Ireland is:?Average circulation, ?5,500,000: depotita, ?6,000.001*, and and paid-up capital, including ihe whole cai ital ol the Hank of Ireland, ?5,230,000, making a total of ?15,730,000. The number of private banks registered in Ireland iu 1820 was 22, which by the crash of 1825-6 were diminished to eight. The lirst joint-stock bank established, exclusive of the bank of Ireland, was in 1885, and at the present time the numbers registered are respectively four private and twelve joint-stock banks, only seven of which ure hanks of issue. A young boy, about eleven years ot age, was committed to gaol on Thursday, for setting tire to the house belonging to John M'Cabe, atOldLeighlia, on the tilli inst. Twelve houses at Stradbally were burnt down on Wednesday by incendiaries. The extensive mills at Colloony, occupied by R Mangan, Esq., were destroyed by fire on Saturday night last. Spain. Spain, since our last publication, has witnessed another change in her nominal rulers. We say nominal, for there is little doubt but that whoever may be appointed as Minitter, the real rulers are N'arvaez unit the Queen Mother The fallowing is the list of the new Cabinet:?General Narvaez, president of the Council and Minister of War: the Marquis de Villoma, Minister for Foreign Affairs; M. Moo, Minister of Finance; M. PidaT, Minister of the Interior; M. Maynini, Minister of Justice; and General Armero, Minister of Marine. The names all belong to the Ultra-Moderado and Afruneessado parly. M. Gonzales Bravo is appointed Ambassador to the Court of Lisbon. The Madrid Gazette publishes the decree abolishing the stute ot siege throughout the kingdom. The proceedings of the new Ministers have so lar proved satisfactory, and evince a disposition to teverl to a course of legal government. Several parties, against whom warrants had been issued for alleged participation in the conspiracy of Alicant, have re ceived notice Hint there is new no charge against them. Among the number are Messrs. Jaoquim, Maria Lopez, und Fernando Madoz, who had for some time past remained concealed. On presenting themselves to the political chief, they were informed that they were at perfect liberty. A decree for the dissolution of the Cortes and convocation of a new assembly is expected to appear snortly. The

new Government delays giving nny programme of its fnture nolicy, on the ground that it is desirable that the whole of ihe members oi the Cabinet should be able in the first place to come together. It is reported that the Cortes will not be convoked until October or November next. The Queen's visit to the sea coast is again spoken of. and she will most probably visit the Basque provinces, in company with her mother. It is rumoured that the CaptainGenera lshinof Madrid, vacated by Genera* Narveaz was offered successively to Generals Concha and Serrano,and declined by both. Accounts from Barcelona give a lamentable picture of the slate of the working classes there, and it is supposed that n fresh insurrection will break out if some relief be uot promptly afforded by the authorities. The two Queens and the Infanta will leave Madrid on the 2i)(h for I he bmlis of Culais, in Catalonia. General Narvaoz, it is said, is the only minis (er who will accompany thein. France. The French ministry lias sustained two defeats since our last publication?the ti st by the Chamber of Deputies annulling the third election of M. Charles Laf&tte, on the ground < f his having committed " collective corruption" in promising the electors 10 construct, hi me expense, mi uouiji, ui the Rouen Railway Company, (ot which he is the lmnker,) a branch of thai road to their town, Lousiers, from the main road. The second check was in the election ol M. Sellier, an Deputy for Cherbourg, itdtho room of the late Colonel de Hricqueville The Chambers of Peers und Deputies are still engaged with the Seconduiy Instruction and Prison Pills, which Hpi?ear to atiord almost intetminable lood for the legislative genius of our Gallic neighbors. The debates oiler no thing worthy of rentnrk, and excite little or no interest. In the Chamber of Peers, an amendment brought forward by the Jesuit party, lor the establishment of a superior council ofpublic instruction, which would have the superintendence of all private seminaries ot education, WM rejected almost unanimously. The Dutchess ot Rent is still in Paris where she continues to receive the utmost atlentir.n nnd hospitality Ironi Louis Phillippe and his family. The intended visit of the King to England is again spoken of. j The Maritime Prefect of Ciierbourg has-commanded to he made at Havre several silk flags, on which are to be embossed the arms of England and France. It is said that the King after heving crossed the channel, will, on his return proceed to uresi wim mi' squanroii wmcn is ueiug piH'areu m accompany liim. The Committee of the Chamber of l>epiiti"S to which the Paris and Belgium Bailroad Bill had been referred for examination, has determined that this important line shall be completed at the public expense, and managed by the state tor its own account. In the Chumber of Deputies, on the 4th inst., a discussion of some interest arose on the bringing tp ol a report on a petition for the immediate aliolition of shivery. M. Denis, who brought up the report, said that the condition and sufferings of the negroes in the colonies was much exaggerated. With few exceptions, the inquiries made were satisfactory. He admitted, however, as also did the Government, that slavery must sooner or later disippear from the French possessions, hut an immediate abolition would, ne contended, be very disastrous. The Minister of the Interior declared there was no doubt on the part of the. government as to the ' necessity ot ultimately abolishing slavery, hut the time had not arrived when the government could safely propose the immediate abolition of slavery. It was necessary that the blacks should be instructed and civilized, and for that purpose the government was anxiously employed in establishing seminaries of religious and moral instruction, and in regulating the periods of labor. A very spirited discussion followed, in the course of whictf M. Ledru Kollin declared that the semi riarus spoken of by the Minister ot Marine had been long established, hut tlmt they were use'ess, H'cmi'.H iIih musters ol the blocks would not allow their slaves to attend the schools; and M. Guizot said that it was so well known that the immediate abolition was impossible, that he dared any member to propose it. Ultimately the Chamber referred the petition to the Minister of Marine and Colonies. The discontent in the army is attributed to jealousy, caused by a distribution of decorations und promotions on the king's birth day. The Lyons journals announce that the agents of the Ligittmatists were exceedingly active in their city, 'lite Mexican minister in J'aris has contradicted the statement that several Frenchmen had been massacred in Mexico. It is said that negociations, in progress for the marriage of the Prince de Wappa11 with Queen Isabella ol Spain, promise to terminate successfully, notwithstanding the opposition <>i i-ouis I'ninppe. Portugal. After a most striking display of the weakness of ihe Portuguese government, Almeida has surrendered : and Boonfim, with ull the other chiefs nnd officers, have heen permitted to retire into Ppain The men, on laying down their aims, were allowed to disband, and proceed to their former occupations or brigandage, without the slightest molestation. Really, the affair ntaeeathe Portuguese nation in as ridiculous a liplit as it is possible to conceive. The system of espionage is continued with unabated activity ; and the wholesome transportation of newt paper editors, deputies, and the other parties obnoxious to tne Ministers, has created much terror in the minds of ull parties. Rnvnrln* The Join mils dc? Hi but* gives the following particulars of a riot which took place a few days since at Munich, in consequence of an advance in the price of beer:? Up to this moment no other cause lus been discovered for the riots which have been now continuing for four or live days than the rise in the price of beer. It has been the custom to advance the price during the summer months, commencing on the 1st of May. This year it occurred just at the period of the celebration of the marriage of the Princess llildegarde with the Archduke Albert The people ma-.e grievous complaints that on this occasion nit*re imii oeeu n<i limine rejoicing oruerlie hy the government, ami these causes united, .irovuked, during the first of May, acme disorderly nroeeedings, which went on increasing on the tof lowing days About five o'clock the garrison bent to aruis, the molt had attacked the breweries, breaking the windows, and destroying everything lint fell in their way. The cavalry were obliged to ' barge the mob, when two or thiee persons were killed. On the following days the city was pretty quiet 'tit the evening, when the disturbances recommenced, arid it was necessary to have again recourse to the cavalry. These tumultuous scenes took pl. ee whilst the king and royal family wete U the theatre, and thither the molt bent their steps ' x< la.ming ihet they would not allow the rich to I livert themselves whilst tin necessaries of the poor were advanced in price ; but the guard at the door .irctenttug arttiB on the approach of the people, made them draw hack. The king find royal family,^however, stopped out the first act, and then re- j tired. In the evening numerousarrests look place, and on the following day government circulated d placards, announcing that beer would be sold at the " old price. This new s Boon spread through the city, 8 and immediately restored quiet. L' Italy. ti We learn, via Marseilles, thst the Neapolitan in- t surreciion hud assumed an il mniug aspeef. .So a much so, that Calabria no longer obeyed the order; r of the King There is, however, some doubt of 1 the authenticity of the intelligence. ( Letters from Bologna stat- tiiat the sentences passed upon the last hatch of Sta prisoner, trietl , before the Military Conidkiesicn, for the pait they . took in the attempted rising at llologua last year, have been confirmed by the Papal government. According to the latest accounts political execu- ' tioiiB had commenced in the Roman States. Seven i of the twenty individuals sen-enecd to death by the I military commissioners sitting at Rologna, were t shot in that city on the 14th instant. The best 1 friends of the Papal Government deprecate these ] executions. 1 India and China. We have received intelligence from Bombay to J the 1st of April, from Calcutta, and Delhi, to the , 22nd of Alarch. and from Madras to the 23d of < dint month. The accouuts from China are to the I zvtii oi reDruary; me tatter contain miming m interest, further than all was quiet, and the arrangeiii'ntH of Governments for carrvtug on business had ( proved so far successful. iSir II Pottinger had di- , ecled thred .teiictiontif expenditure on erection of ( govcrment buildings to tfte lowest point. Some European laborers, on arriving ut Hong Kong in attest of employment, had had the mortificationof discovering that it whs in vain to compete with | Chinamen. The cnlony appears to have been 1 more healthy of late than formerly. The accounts ' received state that the Chinese new year holidays ] had almost entirely put a stop to business, and few transactions either in imports or exports had been effected. The news from India, on the whole, is not important. Lord Lllenliorough hud returned, to Calcutta on the 28th of Feb.; tliu second anniversary offiis arrival in India. In Scinde, everything is tranquil, and the troops uppeitr to be healthy and comfortable. There have been no more ilistnr- < bances in Gwailor, and India throughout is peaceful and prosperous. 1 Markets. London Money Mahket, May lS-?Tho terms on which the Bank Charter is to he renewed, are looked upon la vorumy ny tne puinic in general, tnougn ot course several alteration* ?ro suggested by the Joint Stock Bankr, and other parties interested in tho matter. The Money Market, since the development of the plan, has recovered in some degree from the decline which had previously tuken place, hut therh has not bean much activity. The Government broker stilt continues his purchases on account of the Saving's Iianks, and the Commissioners of the Court of Bankruptcy. Prices of British Securities, at- i ter some fluctuation, close with scarcely any change , from the rates quoted in our last publication. Consols closed yesterday arOf'i to ? ; Bank Stock, 101J to 192}; K.xclu quer; Bills, 66 to 69 premium : India Stock, ' 286 to 287 ; Three per Bents Reduced, 93jf to J ; Three i and-a-HUlf per Cents, 102} to J ; Dong Annuities, 12 7-16, and India Bonds, 01 to 86 premium. The Foreign market is ratner quiet at present, with a tendency to droop, but during the preceding week more than usually extensive rales were effected. The change 1 of Ministers in Spain at flrst caused a considerable deprus sion ; a speedy re-aciion, however, took place, and prices have regained their former position. Tho recent remittance flom Mextco has proved less than was expected, 1 yei the Bond el that country, after slightly recedihg. I have again advanced, and close nt the (quotations. South \merican Bonds generally have been noticed to some extent 1 The closing rates are?Spanish Three per Cents, 3ft to J ; the Five per Cents -J8fi to 24 ; Mexican 35} to j| ; the Deferred, tftjj to jj : Peruvian. 88} to 09} ; Dutch Twe-andH-IIulf p.ir Cents, 6Uj to jj ; the Fiva per Cents, 100} to } ; Danish, 88 to 69 ; Colombian, 14 to } ; Chilian, 102 to 104; Buenos Ay res, 34 to 30; Brazilian, 80} to 81}; Belgian. | 103 to 104 ; Portuguese, 40 to 47 ; and Russian, 113 to 119. United States Securities?The business done in U. 1 S Bonds has consisted of the following?our quotations i being the latest obtained Illinois sixes 1870, 40 ; Ken 'ucLy sixes 1903 93 ; N York lives 1 Sftft-'ftS '( ) 92} a 94J ; Pennsylvania lives, 18M to 1804, 70; U. 8. Bank ?1 2s. Livkbmoi. Cotton Market, May 18.?No change has < taken placo in our cotton mm ket since our report of yes- i te.rduy ; tho dullness then existing continues unabated, i and prices have a leaning in favor of buyers. Tho sales . _ .1 ' 1. ..... lo.l .1 rrui I.n1ua :n/tl..dln? Oftlt 1 in I o.i taken on speculation, and business closes very heavily. May 17 ?The tone of our market lias undergone a complete change since the arrival of the steam-ship Acadia, in Wednesday morning last. The advices which she brought show the receipt* of cotton at the ports of the United Statps to he much larger than was previously anti- : cipated by most parties here, and the consequence has been a sudden diminution in the demand, and fall of prices. American descriptions have receded id per lb. in some instances nearly jd; and Brazils and Suiats|d to Jd per lh. The ordinary and middling qualities are most affected. There is an abundant supply at the reduced .rates, but the trade purchase sparingly, and there is little speculative inquiry. The market, on the whole, closes very languidly, with a tendency to drocp still further. (Speculators havo taken 3,000 hales, and the entire sales amount to 18,600 bales. May 10 ?The demand from the tradu has been uniformly steady, and speculators have bought more fre< ly ; at lie saiuu time^there Is a disposition to rffrct sales st the present rates ; and in any description except middling American, which is Jd per lb. hither, there is no alteration to notice. 30,200 lialus have been taken ?n speculation, and the sales altogeiher consist ot.>4,240 bales, inclusiveof 140 Barbudofs at ljd, '20 Luguaym at fljl, and 70 West India at />Jd to7d. Hsviik, May 14.?The transaction; in cotton of t'lelo't eight days have boon on nn exien: ive scale, and prices have advunced 3 to '2 cents. About 18,000 bales, principally ordinary and middling United States descriptions, have met with buyers. The stocks are now comprised of 110,000 bales, ngainsi 140,000 bales held at the same time in 1S43. In unrefined Sugar nothing of import, nee has been done ; but in the absence oi fresh supplies, hoi ders remain firm. Coliee being scarce, is likewise held steadily, and we have few sales to notice in any descrip tion. AitMsTr.RDiM, May 13.?Cotton remains in a dull state, and even for consumption the demand Is much less than usual. U. States is quoted 23 to 32 cents, and the stocks f these descriptions consist at the present time of 0 fiOO bales. Carolina Rice has met with buyers at 1! 11 during he last week and the market is now cleared. Nothing of importance has taken place in Ashes, and American i-. held at 14} in bond. Tobacco continues the same as pre viomly noticed; 300 serons Cuba and 45 hhds Maryland have changed hands to-day. The Coffee trade is brisker, and there are numerous purchases at previous rates. Unrefined Sugar is in fair request. Anrwr.nr May 14.?The Cotton trade here is very inactive Low to ordinary sorts, which are very abundant meet a poor inquiry nt rather reduced prices, but superior qualities fully maintain their previous value Hides have tipen taken to a fair extent, and the sales have comprised 7.500 dry Buenos Ayres and Monte Video, and 2.000 dryRio. There is no variation in unrefined Sugar We have to notice an increased demand for Coffee, and St. Domingo has improved J to I cent per half kil 2 200 ordinary to ?ood ordinary St. Domingo have changed hands at 20J, 00 to 22J. Hsmduroh. May 10?The reduction in the Knglish tariff of the duty on foreign Coffee has caused holders of this article to demand higher rates, and 5.000 Bra7.il have fnco 'he arrival of the news, found huvnrs at an advance of \ to } seh. The value of real good and ordinary is fully maintained, nnd ordinary sorts aie mote easily dis nosed of The transactions of the week eonsistof 14,000 hags Brazil, ordinary nt 2} to 2:! sell.; real o-dinary, nt 8 to 5] ; 2,000 hoes St. Domingo at 3 1 18 to 31 ; 600 Lnguay. rn. 4J to 81 ; 400 bags Hnvana, nt 4] to 5 srli., and 200 000 lbs Torto riie.o at 5 to 5J sch. Unrefined Sugar is more noticed at an advance of 1-lfl ?o J grot. The sales have hren confined to I 500boxes Vellow Havana, in constimp tion, at 41 to 5 1-lfl grot ; 150 chests white B thia n'fijf; 50 ditto llrown at 4?. nnd 100 chests brown Pernambtico at 4j! grot. United Stotes 1'otten appears rather firmer, but nothing of importance lias taken place in the article 300 hales Georgia, from New Orleans, of quite indifferent oiialitv have hrniiffht 4' to 4Jt sell West India enrfo nr?. firm. St. Poniinjro at 4J to ft} srh aecnrdini* to quality, and I.ftirrinytn at ft *rh. Hide* nre dull. Whale Oil ha^ harm taken sparingly : a few sales have occurred in South Sea at 38 to 38 mark* 8, nnd some small parcel* ol Blubber have realized 44 to 4ft mark*. Tallow is steady. SHIP NEW*. Pauencen Railed. f.rvFrronr.?8t"a-n?h!o ('al-d^ni*. at fle*tan?rrince lie Sn'me* and three ttrerrd?nts. B-rnnV H font*, Lieur ''el Jiliraoa, Oonnt K de Mnnrrevet, Viscnut 8 Miner Oapi Hamilton eud renin' Mr Br?r( i* ard *e>r?nt. Col It Thorn ird servant fVpt t" T Hartax. Mr and Mr* Pntrer?on, c 'Id and mere Mr ?nd Mrs t'eU'well, Mr ?n I Mrs Mnrah II Mr, Mnand Mi*s Th'i'P*. V*. Mrs erd Mi** V.rssas, Min fil'" vis A Qne fn (I * St (i o'K . M's.ra K!?'chrr, A'erri*. j fj Wilson. tfei ry f*n|tln? llitnrerkt'h. t) W Ih riv F Tarrvth E Lane, t onrad, J D W honk, W II Denney and friend. E|Mk?a. American ships Meamonth and Liverpool, both inward ro"id. May tft*h if Orrashed. AcKelique, w ,fw*rl h n d, M-y 21, Home I'nrt*. !o*ton dime 1?Arr strati.ship i Ve.lrnia, Lott.frrm Liver pool, May 19 Kidnapping.?An extraordinary and most singular cnst* of attempted kidnapping occurred here a fuw days ago. A till, gaylr drceed, nicely jewelled personage", styling himself .lolin Shaner. nrrive.l here nml presented to the Overseers of the 1'oor n letter sigted " John Muhlenberg" representing that Shaner wan n wealthy farmer o( Berks county, Pa . and that he was in want of a colored giil a? a servant oil hi? place. The over eers selected from the lllorkley Alms Iloure a likely looking (firl about 11 years of age, and hound her as nn apprentice to Mr Shaner. lie started oir with her for Maryland, immediately, in order to dispose of hor a? a -lave, bnt, stopping at Dnneaster, his Intentions were suJ peeled. nnd 1 e was arretted He was breught ta this citv eoiterdny, when the whole kchcme wua i x|>o?ed, as it timed out there was uotneh man in Betks county as lohn Muhlenberg, and that Shaner war a rogue.?I'Mla Timet, May .111. City Intrillgrnrf! Iaiwrr Police. -SsTransr ? llorarnr and iTTt Mrr rn km.i,?Dr. Van Arsdalr. of 331 Broome at reel, caught a ogue in the hall ol his house, on Krhlay evening, In the ir.t of Mraliinr hia overcoat, and In attempting to atop the <??rai, he drew n knife and was on the eve of practising hia kill, when a watchman fortttn ltrly camo to thn reaooe tnd secured thn deaprrndo who gavn the name of J. hr Farrell. Ilo wna fully committed on n charge of petit larceny and aaaenli and half try wl'h intent to kill. <'ornnrr'? Oilier? n -An Inqno't wn? hold veiterday on the l>ody of n your ' man, named Archibald Kerrk who was drowned on T"r V.y la<' i j , IctMipretting of a small boat vhltfi in 'lie K.iet titer, o| roaiti; niarkweli'a M.ird l?e was in company wi''t A on A V M'eck afid Jervla Oldhrlght. who worn? saved The inry returned a verdiet ol "accidental drowning." For ran ns:*n ?The body of a flerr. an named fleheatlan h'art70lf, waa fot.nd yesterday raci tinir in the tear build ing of a German portor-hotuo in Sherill street. a????????WW???*, Tint Oprka ?(riwtavuB the Third haa l>een proceed at the Chestnut street Theatre, and possesses tore dramatic interest than is usual iu Opeias. Benin's performance of Ankerstroin, rivals that of the rest tragedians. His tearing oft'the mask anil braving he court with his huggurJ visage, was a capital cimp it* htalre. Thu choruses throughout were full nnJ i ll cive. Mrs. Heguln's performance of Oscar was highly Uractit?light, ui y ai.il brilliant, evincing the u i angeof her talents, ii en the <'rc;> pathos of Noimn mi I InnaBolena to a character as fsnualic as ShDltS|ieare's )srio or Ariel herself. This opera appears to I" long to lie nine cla n with Kra Uiavolo It contains all the ? lu nents of popafs ry. nnil can hardly fail to have i" eiisivo run. Slnivui's 'Lillienhorn" tvae a line, manly ioiiOiBlsi.ee.?I'hiia. U. S liiUillt, "l.ty 30. Death of 1)r. Tiiaob::r?The venerable Dr rbacher died in this town on Thursday morning irst, aged UO years. Ur. Thacher vu torn in Barnstu do and entered the revolutionary arrny at Cambridge, at tie commencement of the war, as a surgeon's mate under he late Dr. Warren of Boston. He was soon promoted to re a surgeon, and served in that capacity during the war Fin was present at many of the principal tattles of tku -evolution, and terminated bis services at Yorktown He was an eye witness to the execution of Andre, and has fully desaribed the scene in his "Military Journal." At the close of the war he settled in this town as a surgeon, where he has since re&idtd. He'.vss eminent in his prore*sion, and daring a large portion of1 is life was actively siigHged in a successful anil extensive practice. Dr. rhucher was the uuthor of several approved medical works, tut was probably better known as the author of he "Military Journal," and tlm " History of Plymouth " tie was a '/ -alnua antiquarian, and was an earlv and indefatigable I fiend of the Pilgrim Society in this town.? Plymouth Memoiial. Found Drowned.?The body of a man was pick* t up in the water yesterday, near the U. S. itiipOhio. It proved to be thRt ol llichard L''tr, a si-.imati of that ship. aged it years, a native of New Yoik :ity He came ashore on the lltth inst oq liberty, and took a boat t sail down the harbor, The boat, which probably capsiz'd: has notbepu iound. He was decently interretl from the ship.? Botlon paper, May 31. hurricane passed over Charlestown, Kan- I awiui county, Virginia, on the20llt ult , doing eonlederable damage to property in thut place and vicinity ? A two story buck lioiue, occupied by Mr. Jom pit t'uld. well and bis family, whs completely wrecked to ltie Iluor id tliaseeond story,the roof being carried more th in a hundred yard* .wo little git In, who wero in bed in one iif the chambers, were t>l?wn torrid di-twnce with the bed and timbers One had Iter shoulder broken mid n.ucli bruised, and the other's fern was much biuised. nnd she was otherwise injured. Fences, outhouses, trees, Sic, were blown down for many miles.? Baltimort Jltutrican, May 31. Anuisdmeiits. Chatham Tiikatejc ?Yankee Hill has been reengaged, and to-morrew night appears for the first time in his lie> as Richnrd III., in n tragedy revised mid somewhat altered from Shuksneare's great performance of thut name, in which he will be supported by the whole company. Such a Kichanl whs never Defore sesn. lie will al<o appear iu the capital comedy of the ''Green Mountain Bov and the farce of "Crowded Houses" will be performed by the company. Mr. Carpenter will appear for the first time, and dance in several ballets with Miss Gannon. American Museum.?'This popular establishment, continues to increase in amusements and in the favor of the public. It is certainly a happy art, which its manager possesses, of catering successfully to such a variety of tastes. lie alone does it! The attractions of the present week, aside from itanding novelties, (which iueludes tho giant and giantess) are the Orpheans, fro-engaged) Mr. Mollis, Great Western, Cerito. and some lesser s.nrs Peiformnnces at 3J and a P M, each day Thrsc who can spend tho time will certainly bo wrdl paid fjr vi. siting this delightful place. The refreshment and promenade garden suits our eve, hut the manager won't tell what trust that is wlnchne has just received front (Li >u ?" uniil a ?lay or two!" OCT-THE FOLLOWING DISINTERESTED LETter, lrom ono of our most valued citizens, speaks volumes, and needs no comment from us, except that the nsrrie of the nrticle end | lace to get it, muutioncd in tire bodv ol the letter, to be remembered. Offick of thf. Haxshd rowor n Co., 67 Wall st., ? New Vork, 31st May, 184-1 f Gentlemen At a recont explosion of one of our Pow. iler Mills, a workman in our employ was very dan?<-rtrttslv burnt, oil over Iris Lee. neck and nrma-so much so, that hit life was in great danger. Having previously witnessed tho efficiency of "Gomstock's Pain Extractor." in the case ot an injury sustained by myself, I immediately procured ftom Messr-. Conutock (St Co.. Mo 31 Courtlandt street, of this city, three boxes of the saintr, nod by its application according to the directions on the boxes, tho ?, art ot ono/t o..lio,..,.l It i ? tnr oninioo tl, .-.t 11,.. " Pain Extractor" saved hia life ; and us > ou an; linble !o similar accidents at your mills, I have laktn the liberty of addressing you this communication, believing I am but disnhaigiug a duty which I owe to tho causeof humanity, and doing but on net of justice towards the proprietors of this most valuable remedy. Yours, very truly, A. G. Hazard, Prost. of the 11. P. Co. Messrs. E. J. Dujiont, Deltemouu k Co., * Wilmington, ltd. {yf- VELPEAU'S SPECIFIC PILLS FOR THE CURE ol'Gonorrhooa, Gleet, ar 1 oil mocuputnlont dischcrges from tho urethra. These pills, prepared hjr the New York College of Medicine nud Pharmacy, e.ituhliihed for the suppression of quackery, may bp rolin.l oa as the most speedy nun effectual rmreib. for tho above complain*. -They ore guaranteyl to euro recent cares in from tv., to five days, and posst ss a great or power over obst "it discharges iuid chronie, gleet, then any other pr<,; in, ..on, at present known, removing the disease without #( merit from business, tainting tho breath or disagree;, tr with the rtoniL :h. P, ;ee $1 per box. fluid . the Office of tha Collega cl Inannacy fcod velie in.', 94 Nassau street. W. B. RICHARDSON, M. D. Agent Cff/- DROWSINESS IN CHURCH 13 NOT ONLY inconvenient, but takes from the hearer the enjoyment he would derive fiom listening to a good sermon, or uniting in tho act of worship Bherman'a Camphor Lozenges relieve immediately; they may be carriediolthe pocket, and they are not unpleasant to the taste. They ure also a specific for sea sickness, palpitation, nervous debility, headache, pnintul sll'ections of the bowels, and depression ol spirits; and act immediately with great benefit upon those who ore suffering under the conseq pneer of high living, See. He careful and get the genuine, which or.i sold only In boxe.: with Dr. Sherman's far. simile, for cents per box; all others, together with those sold loose ny me lew pennies' worm, ur?* ppuriniii. ai?'i win not have the?fl'-ct. Do not be deceived, Imt Ret the genuine article at the warehouse, 106 Naif on street, or of the rt q. ulaiiy authorized agents,'110 Broadw ay, 10 A?tor Hons XX] Hudson street. 1*8 Bowery, 7? Km Broadway | William street, and 130 Kulton street, Brooklyn. QTJ- RABINKAU'81IOT AND COLD S \t/r WATKll Baths, foot of Deafnesses itreet.?The celeb',ty of IIu m: Baths was never tested more success.u' iy than this Soring, when the 7"nl and judgment of the manager placed tho w hole establishment 'n a Vendition, either fir hot, cold or shower baths, far be-y#?,i Hny competition 1'hero is nothing in tills city, for ladies and g.-n'le men, and young swimmers, ClU, (urniah equal nmim nodaiioii as his new swimm^,.,, o.e.h, while tho iflicacy of hi* hot salt witter hath* *l3 re jorded iri the restoration front bath, almoit. to lif'jof the rheumutioand general invalid. A visit t?Ul. satisfy all. C'T-I'I'" OUD'8 PA1UC1AN ALTERATIVE 1IX PuRK- -p'or the cure of primary or secondary f-y(<hili?, U11 il a fleet ions produced ' y .'it injudicious ns? c inr ' ry. The great advantages p.,-s*s ud by this po werful ilK iative over all other preparation* fi?r the cure ol Syphilis, is, that whilecuriu? the disease it improve? the onstitiit.on, whilst mercury gviieially leave ? much worse disease than the one it is adinimstwcd lor. The best recomriiendatlon we can give of it is, that it is now extensively prescribed by the medical laculty, who loruerly considered mercury the only cure lor those complaints. Sold, in single bottles, $>1 each -, iti cose:, of halt lo/.en, $6, cnretully packed, niid sent to all ports of Jnion Ortice of the College of Medicine and f'U.irrr :y, 95 Nassau street. W. ?. RICHARDSON, M D., Agv.at. QlJ~ GOURAUD'S VEGETABLE ROUGE imparts a lelicate hlustiing tiimn to the complexion, immovable by rubbing with a handkerchief or linen cloth. Also, (tonrami's Blanc d'Espagne, or Spanish White ; Hair Dyes, Pomades, black and brown, for the hair, and other cosme-.ics. 67 Walker street, ilrst store from Broadway. ?\j~ i'RiVy. I'E MEDICAL AID.?The members cf .he Now Voik College of Medicine and Pharmacy, in eturning the public tnanka lor the liberal support they 'rive receive.' in their od'arts to " suppress quackery," (? leave to stair that their particular attention cunt a i -a he directed to all diseases ol a private n-iture, and . ...n great ir*provement* lut'ly miin l prsncip..' ' m ibuiot Europe in the treat noOt 0.' ikon, divas:*', '!k ' an conlidettly alt. r to persons requiring i?< -e :.?1 .. 1 [. l.Vngtt* ;a' to In met m i hi .kW init"' en . ;'i; i . uat:y, uititer public or privr.ti. T'lw 'wntn is >t to.? oU'\<,. h " .eh a*, to in>nro Micas* in -vfiv *" '.A itul'.y iliili,. i ..t (ton loot ' cm f . tit practice ol "tn.'i heconstitution wi h r.-retiry, an 1 inmmiivm-i ! i disease much worsothun the original, One efte wn ol the College ,for nmiyytais co'itu ote l v.mli tin* >rincij'd hospitals ol i- uropo, a.ioudi daiiy ;or a coum ? on Irout 6 "i. M. toti P.M. TVrm?--AJvice and mocLcine, f A Acjre guurr. -t. Iwronrsisr to Oui'nvjiv IrsvAt.iMS.?-Peraons llvi. ,* in the country and notflndlrhfitconvcnir.i t to attend p. onally, can hove forwarded to them a chot conlriin ,f 1) medicines requisite to p .-torn a perfect cure hy cut , t heir case explicitly, together with All symptoms, t-nn ol piunnmm ?ui" re >:is?wucro, n a i) q1 cDCloainR P?H' t)Jid, mHii i d to W. B. '.Ui !I\:,irvr,:tM.D.,Apf Office tuadConaaiUug room* of the '"oil.?, ?, n.i Nr.. u i root 03- A (IRKAT ( .'irKVICAI, IVVENTIONol Felix Uotirtmri ii tli.it Poudrn Hnhtile, for the anfe on.I entire deitruction of fupTlloo'iii hair. Ho ?ubtlir/i l ami pen. trn'ing M thi* imwdi r, that it pifreea alike to tli? hull) t.l .hr r i t down-like luize on female*' upper lip*, or the hristliiiit I .'ir<l ol man. <lo to 07 Walker street, frsl door rii .n Broadway, ari l try u buttle. You call *ee the pre ,.jration lot' .1. D". flouuu;i)'s 1 r \UANMETUC \1 F.I) f? )A I' Irom 07 walker itrcot, lir*t tstoro fiiom ll.omlv. ay. i'ni i vri v'ly self'.owl' 'e;. |1o ho infallible in the C'jie i.l in oked, pinijd d. h'olr te I, daik, rough, eruptive skin*. 'IV. .wl'ivply no actioa thatfiaiy red f.ioe* al'rr a low nppli ationj ?!' 1. I oautilnl Kr.-.olienl Medicated conijv" ,1, ma.no .. rteiiei ji.n i'd.cn'.e, while, smooth, trr.i < iptei.iuiice. ri ly do try en. rah", la'ira. mnl en w.n i or ii, Mm ll not ii pre! it p" am and buy v.l) i.i th iity m above. Tri^a ftOcenfa a nuko. flr?-n Vl.l.lkY B MAOJCAL TAIN EXTRA'TOW 1ALVE, at ii7 Walker street, stove fltit door h um Bicad way.

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