Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 29, 1850, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 29, 1850 Page 2
Text content (automatically generated)

p NEW YOKK HERALD. JANLN woiioun HBII 1 BTT, PKOPKIKTOK AND KDITO& ?jticen * corner or filton and Nassau sts. TM< P-UL r HER Al.D, 2 crttln j?r ,,~$f orr nwiix rii? WRRKLY i'KP HAJ, evi * M iinril-iy, d^ien't t?pv."i t" / ?/ iiuHvm; ''it Gur,jpt.in txlUioi. %i pf iin?wn,l< |?'?if Uf'ttnu*. A! I- / >.'< i HKS by nmU, j?r tM+tcriptont, or u*t* itttfrtuti" nl'. to be pout or '* < /o . ' w ? w! kr 'ltdus/e<i ff ?i ""i'uir.v /M/.' V UJKHKSPONDE.WK, MnlaMiv mm, io ii ilttlj- jMaiivquarUr of IJk umrUii if utt-i, wiiJ h* Mb jJ'y m?V t'T h<1 NOT/I K km oj (K..i?yrinmM'iiliMi, il? !? * rein, n rtjeile^ i-utiimunlei:Hunt. iCVEK'iwKMKNJ'S rnMml nwrtf marking. AkL>LVr.*T> Tills KVLMMi. HO* KRV T1IEATHE, Bowery.? Kihj John?Cai'taim of Will W Al( M. I'.POAiriT TIIF<iTUt:. lirukdwftjr.?Scbiofs Famii.t ?Ilcw TO Tav Tilt KUT. Kin,0*8 GARDEN, ISr -tuuay.??ikior? Familv?TV'iimtui Times. BITTOX'J THF ATR*. Clumber* ?tr*?t.-PAi'i I*ky? Tilt Tl lllt t'CiKOoi. NATIONAL THEATRE. <'r.ath*m n?rr-t.?Puo? Corns UlLlll.-l'UAlE GlAI I?SlAMI.SE TWIMI. OI!RIST\ ? OPERA UOLS&, Ucrhuiri' H?ll.? EnaoViAt> I'njfc OLYMPIC. l'ltnct'f U^ttnrlJ. MELOPEQN ?VFmite'* >>' iwks.*. Cmisuc VrMm ?Cui Fahii.T. CHINESE APSEI1 ?CV ROOM >?L*?CAi u*? Bri.i.AIT'lJC PC JfS?r.wA j> ExmniT'OK C??< ?rt. .1 vtt ' *" ?/ , ?>"/ ??1 Tli? Curoptaii ?v:i. At ii late 1: st v. e received, over tlie f. v. Haven railro.ii!, our files of Lnropenn pipers kr<i gl t by the BUfemthip A.*;a, wliich arrived at Komou )ftl' rday afti rnoon. The news from the old wi; Id, u hitb is highly important, both cornii:i rcial'y and politically, will be found in our coll ii,a8 eht w h.'re. Ftani \\anhlngluH, tiy T?!ij;tuj!Ii. The pn ci < d,nn< in the Senate are ciiicily interesting, I.nt nothing of i.ny importunes gave character to the seeches yesteid y. It is evident, however, that the di. euKsion is coming to a close ou the compronii.se hill. A vote will boon he taUen that w ill Fettle tome of the j?>ints, anJ distinctly give Senator* .in opportunity to dvfine their position by something better than words. Shoul I the al>met detire to carry their plan by g lining d-lay, it is very probable that they will get up a tremendous tight on the tarifl, to divert attention, till they we tlieii way clearer than they can now. The Glint ti,u?-?iloii In I'ungrfms?Tite Mle unrt Line. According to the developemeuta made during the great debates in the Semite, it would seem that the ! houil em members in general are gradually con- j ceiiira'mg U(>on th-* Missouri Compromise line, as 1 the platform ou which they will alone settle the | prec?ut dill'culty that pervades Congress and the ! cenntty. This indication, lirst developing itself in the Senate, sreinsto have biimltaneously received tlie sanction of several important meetings wliich have t<e< n held in South Carolina and Georgia. Tie ie meetings Hre only the lir-t that we h ive obaetrrd to t.ike place in the Southern States, but there teems to be little doubt tint others will follow 1 in that region of the I'nion, and that t!ie whole I Fouih, and all parties, may probably unite in demanding the old "Missouri Compromise line" an the only principle on which they will settle the prent dilliculty in Congress had throughout the Un-on. A \? ty significant conversation on thi.? point took r.'.n e be n Mr. Clav i.nil Mr. Mason, <n the S' ruitr, t n Monday. In this conversation, Mr. Cluy made irm iiy wl.fih-r thete v\aa probability o the J'ouilitrn members, in a body, bring eati&fi.-d *ith fui h a line r that of the old Missouri Com p omi?e line of' Hi iU>, carrying it from the western luni's of Missouri to tbe 1* cilic Oce id. Mr. Clay liiu..< If did not i.b?o|nt. ly ray that he would sgree to neh a pan of sel'lemeot b-,t, fr.'m the com pk-iion of hi* word?, idtould suppose th it he ; a: 1 his Northern cpportr-a would, n*n li?t rciort, 1 adept thnt tmrndn-.t at, or soim'thing like it, in ; place of hi* present bill, provided that ths whole South would be sa'.*tird with such a fi.nl *"ltlenvi.t of the troublesome qne-ti >n. It i? r^ry likely, too, that tbcf Northern nte.nh.'M front t!?e fr-*e who hate tliut fur Mliiiurti'd ihc Compro> iriae movement of Mr. ('! jr, would very reality J tgrec, :it ctd.'r to g : lid of the \\ hol? co;itrov? r-v I ai.H the troi.ble it carrea, prnvi le.l the whole ith j n? uM unite and be sutirfiod with iU pruviaiom fierw tt.U, Thir> i: the fir-t ,? i itivr? rymp'om that we It i\? te u iudicatad in Congreaa, Kvdim to giire ox h pes oft Baal settlement of the slavery (if ?:i >n during the frn^tt f ? <>n. Some exje-'-tiitio'is inicht be fortm <1 of ^u? h n consummation H 'hr controversy, j?rc>vt?!? d the a lanniatr.ittoa ?f t? nrtil T. vl<>r would nil-,'; a pol <*y moreprtctlnbl", mm ' r.ttlot al, on I b. tter disposed to r?i h * fm.il ( -t.l meat of the didieulty. It is n itnril to expect th it the free acilors of the Xi'rth would present ewiy clv-Ucle, and adopt evety melh xl, t > delay or ov t? i tni n such a censnnmatinn of tin- difficulty of Con- | grejs. This o;'5? virion from th? free soil< is tm.jht ; be easily wcfrsaif, but f->r th* double d?alin'T of 1 the cabinet, and th" infi lence which the nam- of Graersl Taylor's administration h is p;v??n to th*ir |il?n cf sin ply admitting California, ur I leaving il?e rest of the territotiea open t ? lunh'-r a^it it ion aud c? mvulaion. Alier a tedious controversy i f *.% months in S?th i ik iisea of Centre**, w hare nt li?t. md 'tally re? el.ed that pint of j v-itive tiinvictiot, which j t'lls us. tliHt, nulesa the M?froJtl line of SNU'i he ' atbipitd by Confress, thrr? is no |>rob.ihil:'y cf my present settlrni ut of the t.>n'roT?Tsy between tli? North an! i-onth. Now, why *h<viM not thf North agree to stu b a settlement of tl d.lf; ulty I Tliff Idui d ard tri-asuie of the fojth wre fr' dy expended in the aetpiiritioo of that territory, to s.n r<]iial extent w iih lli*t of the Northern 8l.<te?. (>a the |finri|4fi of equity m-.d con noo ju?ti t!i? J^'uthem -u?<a I . re ? much natural ritfM t<> carry tl.eir fof?| i Mitutioiia to n certain porir n, or ul (cart to o.j' -h If of the f jmrcd territory, m the Northern tea, at any time or any mmn-nt. The princp'ea rf erj nty on which the constitution w,i* originally fo'ind? J. nnJ which have eh imrterii' il the l? urifUfion of Cotfrrm on nil oriTnal qt.eilioM i f ? ?iii il.tr nature, mvht to fforern i!ic action i f t'or>rr?,?? at the present d.iT, es intrh a.i 1.1 the formation of the cot?atitiifi>n, or nl the time of ndni tt.ii'; Mimonri into (he confederacy. Ther? iwf, therefore. n the prin'Mplea of equity n?l justice, to I* tome rei*?n to j'i *ify lb# Honth, in planting thfnwIvM un< tmiginffly and nnaltrra ly on ibr Mi??ouri cofpromiae lines and we believe, alto, that the 5wthern tttntfC. i'Hffinj from the indication* recently thrown out, are crndu* ally iwuniinj th*t pUtftrm, nnd that they will he opt o-' d to all furth*r (ompainiwi, except th* on that they have now indicitr<{ both In the Pc nte and in the public n;e<. tinn? in Carolina and tSe^gia. If tlie preaent t'.n Tc?f do Rot concede il i? l>l; n of aettlewnl to the South, it ii htfhly rr t'Rble that the f^onth can m?*er atrenyth enough 1 tn t 'on*reap, to defeat not only the t?rritori ?l g etnmeata for New Mexico and 1'lah. but the admiwion of California a." a .*tate, aa w> II i? all l?,j'?. , lati' o during the preaent ("onureaa We are |?tfectly eaiipfied, that the aentlmrnia of 5<wtheni men in Ccajreaaare concentrating themaelve* into one juet mnfitient, which will lie carried on with | energy and determination. Unle#a the Mi??oiiri line of cotrt rwmae Se adopted by the fr?t of the representatives in ( ongreaa, the .South will present an uncharging and determined opposition to any legislation, to the passage of a?y appropriation bill, ! by #\e?y parliamentary delay in their power, no what ilui.or may be awd ajainft rich a L ' . movement in Congress, denouncing it as revolutionary and disorganizing. The Southern people also at home sfcm to be preparing for the Mine alternative. A short time will bring the conflicting elements in both houses to some distinct and poritive crisis on thin important nutter. It is better for the S?uth ami all pal ties to meet the crisis in the present CongreM>, than to delay it to a future day. It is a crisis, too, in which the cabinet and its policy resemble an | ??ld vessel going over the Fulls of Niagara, with 1 seven respectable long-eared animal!, quietly e iti tug their provender, and utterly unconscious of the ten ible gulf below. The Cabinu" Attack* <>i* Mr. Clay.?Within s ft w days past the argans and letter writers of the cabinet h;:ve increased the measure of their vituperative and viper-like malice against Mr. Clay. After this exhibition was so positively manifested, we were prepared fur pome further diapli.y on the i?irt of the cabinet, of its atrocious and dastardly spirit; and, sure enough, we find it filling I upwards of four columns of that cabinet conscript, t The Jlrjvbiir. The cabinet concocter of the j article, like an anaconda, winds about Mr. Clay, j end, finally, with serpent-libe grace, attempts to ( cruMi uit noble stuteennn. lhe despicable cain! i et, knowing Mr. Clay's hi^li and popular portion, which no honors cud exalt, make two or three whining and canting apologies for insulting the Kentucky Senator, and then attempt to re,treat nt him to lie in his dotage. They represent th it he would he better engsged in the shades of Ashland thiiii in the hall of legiblatiou; that the honors he lias won iu making two compromises for the peart- Hiid wt Ifare of his country are sufficient for hi* ambition, and tliat Mr. Clay build not have att mpted, so late in life, to tax his decaying powers wnh a subject suited only to the sagacity of the ! cabinet. This i.i th" tenor of their discourse; and i there is 1.0 henest, patriotic and? sympithi.uig heart?(litre is no soul animated with ( ride by the contemplation of ;h< ir.rst intelligent and consistent statesman of thui country?that will not anothemc t.ze the de:-ecration of an intellect that has devoted unrstimated and invaluable resources to the gloiy of this country, for nearly half a centuiy. The mean malignity of such an a'tick will b. ndi eted I ' k with awful force upon those who have dured 10 discredit, by a foul suggestion, the brightness of that mind whose setting glories are to 1 e deemed its height of splendor. Mr. Clay his reaped more honor from his labors in the field of statesmanship, than any other living man. His elevation to the White House would do no honor to him?ho would ennoble tint el v tion its-elf; and as he can never expect, and will never desire, tl.e chief magistrate's chair, it is a piece of gratuitous and health ss cruelly, by a preconcerted movement on the part of the corrupt and contemptible cabinet, through Utter writers and editors, to represent that time has devastated one of the most original and |>owerful minds of this country. The couduct of Fox and Sheridan, struggling for plaee, when the imbecility of the third George was I node the stepping stone of their ambition, ci ir.es forcibly to mind, when we thi.ik of the present poiition of the cabinet towaids Mr. Clay. 1 l.ej Would have elevated the creature of their own intrigus, against the king nnd Pitt, arid their \ictorv teemed ceitain, till George proceeded to the church, St. 1'kul'i, and oflered up prayers to l'rovidenee for his sudden return to lie 1th. That event ccntrr.lled the destiny of Europe for half a century, i nd has : till its influence as a remarkable niteriKisition of Pio\i(!ence. A similar event, we li ive faith eri< ugh to l>elieve, will yet save the country, by lib; ndoning the present chbinet to despair, for their mockery of onv of the gre-itsst men of thi? age. The corrupt cabal who have been fattening on lite r? venue < f this country, by paying claim* of v. Ki<-h they themselvea are principal recipient*, may eacape the mark of the fingei of Heaven; they may mock ihe nge which they should honor hi,J rr vi-re nee ; but, if Heaven is ever sten in hiatojy, they will assuredly meet w ith nil overthrow, while virtue shall l>e triumphant. Th" moral fit a pent people, up a cloul I, will ri?c to Mii?iher there wlio have dared, by a conspiracy ot the foulett ?leacii| tion, to tusr.uli from a hundred points, the supreme majesty of an underiating patriotism.. Let them liewure. lMi riti ANT CHIMISAI. KxAvnmosor O.it-ErKn Tiimi-. .?The criminal examination of o i-IJved Tli< lfl?-rn, a* he u u?ually called, upon the cI.m . (f nuking the famous torpdo l?ox, and sending it to Mr. Warner's, by a boy euvelojied in a rl. ak, aid with his face blackened, which affair han already made auch a noise in the world, it > t down for to day, before Justice Osborne. Mr. MeKeer, the District Attorney, we believe, cim!iut?< I hir* ea mintition, and the eyej of the c u k. unity ?ill l-e f.i?te(i"d, with a great ib .il i f Htiemion, n the manner of iti m\n lg'inent, tin* t? n pi r? f It* proMxution, and the Witn><?* w!i<> may be culled tip to throw light upon thia curious Mil j ct of i nnuiry. Tli * exiiipit ition mnkr? a ; irt?but rnly a sn. II P .it -i f fd lopemenu o( the t tool-pigeon my*lcii? m ?Itich have recrntly been charged npnn th" aduniuiftr.iticn of jit.-ticc in this city, anil wh h b \? l e-n more recently exemplified in the outrngtcua incarct ration of ?u innoeent nun in the ! i.c< ct; of the TetuLs, for the lot! mx month-*, on a f.dse charge of forgery. It is the gem ral l?elief ofe public mind, fii.ee the teatimouy on these vari? us tiiuls, that there is aomeihing wrong in the i i gim.l picr? c.tings of the administration of jiiatice in thm city, f<'r the last nx or nine months Tlie various trulsof the Drtirya, of AhIiI v, of Gaelic J The ir.)?<<n,ofCuc of Ku'.ton street, und lastly of Arlirxi< n Hennet?all demonstrate with more ? i! r-e exar. fide, the strange and Wlfti.il step* In'i ?V tfll< . I.V i fttain rtilfr / ?. in nrdft fit ?ntn nii<* ? ii<i In. .'Ii- vp tog. ther innotmt awl g'ulty p-o, !? , #o i,t So dcceiit and humbug the public prose* ctror, the ronrt#, nnd the community at I ,r;r.? The I. t tiial of Arfing'on 1'ennet hiathriwna I r r rav of ligi.t up n the nefortoaoa??of th"*e f It < 1-pi; ni proceedings, than any of Ihe prrce* d"ir itu.l#, it inch 11. !*?bly ii'ith ig could show etich n drp^rtiirr from th*- high ptiucipb-a of ju^ticc so tiiiioh : * the introduction of testimony on a crmiiitwI tri il, m >nnf rtitml nn>l prepared aa wua thitl i f th? "!J,.i Cjuui 1" iu I?ro<blyu, in relatiou to oM l>mry. There an- great doubt and hesitation in manr, as to * h< ther Mr. Mt'Keon, the I'istrict Atttrn-v, ill liavr tlir moral courage to pro. ccota the tri-d of I'ne-1,y. <4 Thotrpson Willi aulV.cirnt distin< trif to Itiit'? out ill the f?rti?. or call up all th?* witm ?e* that gt\r reliable l?*atiin"ny. \V>, howc* r, have a !? iter opinion of Mr. McKeon, ami of tl.e h !i tonrj principle a Which milu m*e him u.? a | ul iic officer, than to think thnl he will rUl in Its efforts to find out w ho arc theietl tiitniaale, i.nd to aepnr.ite ilie I'lnncm Toin th" guilty?the wheal flrrm the chaf -ta la his Nunil n duty to do. There are wiin*i>se?t and plenty of ihetii, * ho could prove niurh In ft1atlo?to the ti r; edo I t x, and iifnonf thrin *c mmht mt-utina A rln cton linnet, hie daughter, and thrir aervant, who are all OBim|>rachable witnease#. We ii i^lit abo mention the f?ct, thai young Drw r> rnd othf-i a, if |'tit on the at.iad, couM trll the litith, and lix the mmufacturer and pun ier of the toi^pedn ho* beyond Ihe possibility o| doubt. We trust that Mr. Mclieon will do his d'ltv in this inipo?trjnt iiiTrstigntion. Hut if he i* tl .'Cedent in nil) tt fp< ct, *r rail not upon hi* two nasi' :*nt?, tl e rjv r ami neiher nwll-Moae Ibat griod hij * l.eat, lot upca liia Npfttot, Mr. ChMtliohi, Attorney Oenrral of the State, to romr down to tlna city I set tlvrgs to rights, for they are ?*dly out of joint, ami want m< ndmg Imdly??ery hod If ? aery, * ty bntlly Prrtr or tin 5tr?M-His A*t? The rveent >* ?** the Aula tr l?hatf>a. Is the qolrktut oa record It *u no-il* Ironi port to port in nine days, < ight en honrs. a?4 thirty annates The Am?rk? (i?i>? prformfil tbs -of In t?n lays ami six hoars Tb? Vieeroy *111 a< it wetk attempt fc> KaXe the run to llaiitaa ia sta The Cm'bciiks a?d Politics.?The new school Presbyterian General Assembly hav? been in section, at Detroit, for eight days, and have distinguished their discusbion from the old school Assembly. The latter, at Cuicinnati, have discussed the value a ltd beauty of the Union; but the former are intent upon a delmte upon slavery, and whether a Christian can become a slaveholder. They have exhibited strange peculiarities in their arguments. On the eighth day of tbe session, there was quite an unlimited discussion. A Mr. Clark desired a resolution, to the effect that voluntary slaveholding should be deemed an evidence of guilt, under one of the oilenc?B named m the Book of Discipline.? This brought out the conflicting elements of opinions. Fourteen presbyteries, some church'*?, and some individuals, it was stated, had memorialized the Assembly, on the subject of slavery, while the Synod of the Wet-tern Reserve and that of Indiana herein wordy opposition. When this fact came cut, crnfueion reigned, and thj question of who were Ccngregationalibts and wiio Presbyterians, arose, to create quite an excitement. Mr. Clark thought that the free Synod of Ohio and a new Assembly would act like a couple of mill-stones, and grind up the old Assembly, which he was addressing?probably, to make flour for a new batch oi assemblies to feed th^ f.iitliful, and those amhiti ous <11 uuiinciion una nigh places in the cnlire 11. A Mr. Curtis, of Ohio, seemed to s m<'l! out powder for )>olitical purposes. It was the object, it u;>|>eHred to him, to attempt the strengthening of the churches, l>y gaining volee. He was inclined for a middle j court*. He did not approve of giving poison to th*; ' .South ar.d then administering antidotes, in the spirit cf the majority report. Mr. lieed, of V'irgi-iia, replied, and took bro;id grounds for his pint form. ! Professor Agnew went into the politics of the Old T< tt? ment, and showed that tli-re were no j>olitics among the early Christian?, so far its the interpretation of the New Testament was an evidence? winding up with the annexed four resolutions: Iti'ffitvi d. 1 That tlir nystem el clav?*r.v existing In these I liHed State*. aubvrr.-'v.- a* it ii of the right* of humanity. opposi d to tin common teiife of justice, and intent? with the high tpiritot uuty, in deeply to be do. t plnred. Ke?olved. 2 That, although the legalized systara, as j i FPch. it? an abomination iu the Meht of Oo<l and men. I the principle ot the grain I an I tin- practice ol the ! spoutles do not warrant on in pronouncing the iner<> relation of waster and Fla>.\ it* instituted by legal enactment*, n ground of church tdKurc. 1Usolved. 15 That, while the only cafe uiid authorized pr< un<l of i?dmii<slon to church ic credible evidence of pi-ty. th> y who r?tu*? to rccngnUr the relation of tho rIuv to Cod nit an accountable u|p*nt, who (mat mm :m ii nure chattel, and buy and k ii tor k*'n. dlssalve the Biarriagc tie. and perpetrate oth r act* of cruelty, bit to furnish that crt dible evidence, and ur? therefore proper sulje-tt of discipline. Merolvtd. 4. That, as the Fusions and presbyteries I j are the ccM-titutional judicatories fir the trial of ot- | fenri p. the t llftcnce of shivery iu our churches aud it* ! Fpt cial attribute Id individual cases, be referred to tho i fupeirieioB ot tho*e judicatories. 1'pon these resolutions there has been no action as yet, hut it is very evident that there will be a j norm before the convention rises?plenty of thun- { j der and lightning? and a greater splitting of church 1 j steeples than has occurred in the West, since the i !Ci luing up of the new f ehool of piety out of the : eld. Mr. Clath, with his compeers in ambition, I ere determined to hare a n-w organization, with ; | new lights, ar.d to obtain a position that only can j i be procured by a n< w platform?a kind of Buffalo 1 j rt lijtious platform. So much for "mixed elements" of politics and J I religion, leaving the culture of souls for the nur- ! I tore of email politicians. f?r the support of pirty i tactics, dceecmting the true offices of the Chribtian : religion to the abuse of miserable political trick- j eters, who care not fur the destruction of all the | churches, the gorjwl of the new dispensation, or ! nnvthing sacred, so that they may inherit of the ; kingdom they would set up, thp f|h.iIs of o'Tice, and j the loaves and fir he* of th?-ir unhallowed uspiraj tic-ns. Let thes? conventions go on a little longer, I and th?' ranks of infidelity will be filled full, while 1 piou? men will attend no church but that in the j heart, as Milton did in his latter thys, casting aside nil vifil le churches as corrupt and injurious to the interests of society. We an- on the brink of the abyar?or the alternation of catholicity or infi' delily. | ' l'A'i!irv*i t.e Cover i t at <' ,o Tammanv? Tllf Co\ vi vijon (t Harmony.?The democratic convention for harmoni/fug the party, inlets to-nipht 1 at Tamroaiiy Hall. It is their second appearance <>u I be old eti ge, for the present sej?<n. Th* p?r. formar.ces for the first evening last week, were i merely introductory to the very important tragedy or tomedjr, as the case may be, which will be enacted to-night under the powerful g is lights of , Tammany Hull and the antique cobwebs of Tarn- j many society. All the master spirits of th? old 1 democracy, will be either in or oufei le the rreat hall; but the most of them will be down below, | hw:t'cinj.T ihrir jug* ef beer, nnd a f?w of the mor* I Bt.i nuKfrd frolicking rcur.d the old Pewter Mug. This convention of th>' democrat y, originating - in 11.sr.eier.t coutciliof t|ie sachems, is, however, n'Ui h more Important in reward to future event * | then tho?e inexperienced in the philosophy of politics Mould sesrn to imagine. It is an attempt to ' unite the conflicting eh ments of democracy in this city nnd Ftate, which have been Rrp;.r.?'? I ind agitated for the last two or three years, a < they have 1 been throughout the whole T.'nion. In fact, th I troubles in Tammany 11 h 11? the disease which i ll'icts the d( mccracy in this State?i, precis* ly the (sine ditense which agitates Congress, di?tu:l>? tvery Mate legislature, conlvulse* th- Southern State?, nnd has produced such awful contention*, J not only among the old parties of the North, bnt i rmcng the religious conventions of th-day?the f IV ptists, the Methodists, th? Presbyterians, both | of the (dd and new school, wiih ..II the other 1 fchools. The Iloly Catholic Church alone hi* escaped this epidemic. Th*- slavery tjtiestioa has set'd 1'ke the cholera o? fat lions an 1 parties, of ? v? :y htie, as well as almost very church, li has i touched the w hig party on the most fn.-itive p;>int, Ki.il htm lirok'-n down u>r oM mocrory. The aM? nipt to hritirr nhont hanno.iy in tlir rank* ? f ?!? iM driMrrtry in thia npt.-opolia, k d- r,>'y important. It will he priaci|NilIy rondnri J hy I tor Ryndi m, the fainoiM medial nun, who lulminifr n d a ratbrr ?n|>nlataM?' piil to G*rri?'jn, during the It.tc l*li?iou.? convent.ana, nn.i who in nhciit i resenting a aitn.lar pill to rrMore th<- harm<?> ny of the drmorratie party. Now we can give liiin a liule hint on tliia point. A diatinrt ;>ilI. like tlmt?f tli# " Mieaoun Comprmniar Imp," ea.i ho J readily awallcwtd in Ti n tn Wf 1 i II. Try it. 1 A< uMiwiriTiNO miCi'Rv.-Mrn. .Un?0. Haria*. Iflm, ll? Iil>el1er. on pocialat principle* nnd phll -aoI hy. < f Pnniel Wehater, appears in ih<> |>illnr) of the Tiilum, in a penitrnfi..l nnd d?-|<reC4tiag attitrJp, ?onfr??ing her ?in?, and only eodeuvorinf, |.y <varit>n, to Irate an im{irfr?iM vpoti ?ho?p wlu do rM I now brilor, thnt thr lit. I oi tlif Mi?.ii* < h?Ff tt? N nntor whb not pul?li^J?e.l in the TVr' Mir Mva that it did njt appear there (iraf, and there. v admtta that ahe did aend it, and that it wis pib> 1 -l.fd. Mra. t=*ia:h?lm afleeta a r unity m.nylt?ity ?-f mnr ner, and mak^a it a clonk f.?r an omra.; * I up r rot i?ty. Thia douUodealing, an.I tint of the l Tt it i-fir, l.i'iiftf r, will Rctnntvi r for tin ipr kctit hI World. The lildloua arti< le, na Mr*. t*wiaah>lm atid thr |'!iil? aopher lloracr W"ll know, appeared in the rvf n rg edition of the Tn/.wae, and wn.? a<i,>pr< d in the morning ia?ue of th it jotirn tt. Why | i? thi? not c< tifeasw il with thiitcandor w|,j< !i I loner , claim* lo be the foundation of hit editorial co:tr?et i To n okr a ronftarion. without distinctly avowing a fault, tliowg a ? rakneaa in morale, onite pitif.il in ue* ho pnifcwaea to have fctrat moral co-iragr.? 1 rea it ni t T j T?a fliMTft or J* Ui i? -It h ?il?Nrt?fr t? ?ay inl ? hiitf Ml rh"l'ri hip f? " r r.plimi of ,ny klrri. In o?r e-< v Tn f*M " l'?? n 1 I. tJ r f a n ' rf rhoirra or rf any thinf that appr. timers to It. f.ir ?< *>ral .la*? part "Wcran aa> \ita th# public ?Sr. ?.| that lh> rr In nn rait'r of appr? h*n?l^nla? tn fir r*l-tot any dtrraaa In our rlty ? 9t /?n<> , Mr ) lirp?' In tn Iff 19. Kr< *i it? roa ihi N??? ?A dralt of flfty m*a fr.? tli? Br<- kljn navy yard. ?atlr4 o? Tu>?<lay afl^rn ? f'r thr K<rfplk >tali?n. in thr arh ?>?rr Mpland Ttn t arr pr. t*t>ly d< Iprn' l for tha frifalr C>H>irrr'< trd< rr<i to It* (t??t ? ( t aba H'?tS>n'-a N'ruHit , . 1 I The Opkba m Boston ?The Havana troape will remain in Bortun, to give a few more representations, and will be he here in tune to open the Anor Place Opera House next week. The production of "Lucia di Lamm?rmoor" last week, created a sensution, ard fume displeasure was inanitested at the announcement of Signorina Stefldnoni's indisposition in the last net. We iiud the following card in the Boston papers: A Carij.?Signurina Htrffanoni haviag been Informed brbtr trimdi- lhal ? w who were prraeht at the r? prmentait>u et " Lucia <li l.aminvrnioor." <>n Ciiilty rvruluf. bave takm affoateal her nunittac the air 11 the third art. and ruppoae hrr miJiIcu ilium* anytbiug but r*al. the sara* occurrence baring untortrr.BTiiy tykiu place on u plinilar nrciu-iuu iu New York, cMi*id?ri> it du? to herpelt and the patron* of the Opfia. li' ae?urw tliein that nothing but au abfoluti? impuMibility to go through her part. could have induced hi r t? dn-ai'pcint a public that ban conferred on her to ni.'tiy mark* of faiur and kiudneea We do not wonder that the distinguished vocalist is not able to go through with tlie avia of the third act. It is not huited to her voica or style of execution. Madame IVrsinni, with a profuocneaa of Jiurituri, could do it inimitably, and Signora Boiio, we doubt not, would do wonders in it; but it is making too much of a demand upon vocalists to impose tusl's wholly opposed to the style in which they excel. Wc do not expect painters to cici uic luuuHiip'B, n^ures, cam.', cioutis, ann maj'-stic p<>?traitt*, with e^ual ease. How bird is it, then, to demand of * vocalist a succession of cadenza* and a scries of notes which only expos# Ik i' to invidious eonip;mm)ns! It is like ^ivinr^ to tho lips what they cannot r<'li.?h. Artistes are frequently called u|Hin to haz:>rd their fame by such experiments, for the purpose of gratifying public curiosity; hut judgment upon the prirt of the managers, should be bo well t* ntpcred us to discriminate between any whimsical complaint and u want of inclination, founded upon a just knowledge of one's own ability. lla\iiig mid thus much, we await th? return of the troupe, to see what our fashionable oommfffiity are going to do at the Astor Place. The enthusiasm is beginning to work to a head, and groat results may be cxi>ected. B<>bton, however, will probably not be surpassed, in any one respect. The Bostonians, however, are not so liberal with the opera jterformers us we are iu .New York. They complain bitteily at paying three doll m fur a ticket, and not lu\ing all the promises in the hill* fully peiformed. There was a concert on Saturday night, in which the whole comi any were to appear, but Steflf noni whs too ill to sing, and there were complaints at such a disappointment. Bostonians ou^ht to renumber that they have a climate that would ailed the voice and lungs of u |*>lar b' ar, and much more r?adi!y that of a delicate throated warbler. The pnnexed announcement, which upi?ured in the evtning jailers oQMonday, show, that Sulvih-is been toucht d by the chill of an Last wind:? regret to 1< am. that iu con?e?ju?nc? of the illnes< of .-ipcor Silti. Ih?r?- will b? no pi-rformnace at the Howard Atbcr.tt um to-uight. l.'xrt i.mo.n of 1'atkiot 1'owdek?End of tick jioa-X.?jii ?>ui column* win ik iuuuii rxirn';i3 rrnni the Cuban newspapers, brought by the Isabel to Charleston. They confirm our reports upon the termination of the ridiculous, and yet mournful, imposition which has been attempted by a few deluded individual*. It will be seen that the Spanish authorities look upon the invasion as thnt of a set

of dev iate buccaiu ers, intent upon plunder; and it is an evidence of a healthy public sentiment here, when the public look upon the whole alfair as a ludicrous exposition of rash and unprincipled weakness. The 6'un may endeavor to make a good cause of a total failure?it is skilful in such business?but we think it will soon strike its colors, and tot aiten-pt to impose upon an intelligent community. The evidence of the Spaui*h authorities is a guarantee thut the whole project has ended in smoke. We hope it will be long bef*re we shall have cceafion to chronicle auother honx, in which lives have been sacrificed, to aid the design* of adventurous speculators. Thank Heaven, the hoax is ended ! Marine Affair*. The ii?ani?bip Pacifle. hence for Liverpool, wn^ j^en ou Eundaji luft ut 1 40 1*. M., in latitude 40 -10, longitude CO So. According to c ur calculation ulir had vua two hundred and ten luilus. (ii?n>Hir Carat i ?r Oitr.? At a mei-tfru of the pin*erp?rs onboard the *t.nui>hij? Cre?ccut City, from j New Ycrk to Chores, on the et>a*t of New Granada, on ; tl.e 11th day cf May 1660, I>r E. A TLcllar. of Buffalo. j ? ai culled to the chair; Win B. llourn. of New Vork, j atdlico. Rockwtll.of loiHai.a. wara fleeted vie* preai 1?nt?; ai>d K.iieha C?r>k. of lluflalo. aud Archer 9. I'lrk.if Hew Y<wk, feeri tarte*. Ihe frltoning n?uied w?r?- then appointed ly (It chair to driilt reH'JnUons cx|?re??iT? of thn Mir of iht m??tinjr: ? Dr. J Huihfnrd V ore eater. r.f t aU'Wior". cbtiiitneu: Alex Murray, of Hnft.?! >; M R t. ck< it ot Nr? Vork; 8. 1. Alden.nf lloebreler: Mr. ( '1 li< n p"un. of Vtica; thaa. K I ilk inn. of Syr*eu>e- O. I I.. Wr^lit. cl Pi-ton; l>r W. f'-iotun of B<'rk?fcirs; .'a? L. I'd: n K l? f>< leutat* r. of Pyr*en?e; C II < linini. of Buffalo; I>r. Sanitol Mrhuler of f.ockport; | Jaa i l< r<|i. of Yrriuoui ' W W. Cook, of fMawars; 8. II. Itiii<t of N?mt Y,rk;Ji?* t. Marey. of Buffalo. The n t.niiUtu reported the following jut null.le and r?" olnt K?iif l? : * r.i .rly at t*e | !?e? . f r.tir >le?t'nstl??. tlnlr and die: 1} a> H Villi i?r > Ivut i"P? to Aim1 ".Its l?' 1 t X ta't-!> c : M.I til -f t.< thii( 1tl II,r Vfh the |?ril? "f c u n.y ifiilil ti a* bbi< > ilntv in liKktni t* tkt|ta*l?' L.r.r]\ ?biatr.aa4*r arn ' rtietr* f thia aliif*. w*m her- ? > aMy | i*;l rtrfd tiliirtr>[ eli?? <lntie". and .i u'.ltu?>i* aalcnod irr lhe enf??y ai'i cr mi. it ?f u> all dnrirf tfi?- ?..ya. itim w? n ? aeeeniM' I. I? ih? fnli?i ? of u' er*'' itil I i m I< ,.n e b?? r t" ? Ik i.i i in -r e. \l , f., ?, w* j *e? aifal t? eepMat*. Farh*p> l<ii> r. r, i. nr j f Caf-lkit f.i 'I ? ?< U I 11 ?i fhy ?<T> 'vol In tin n?- 1 klfmi *td i'1'fi ?f M<>|maiurs al Ihia 11m. ? ?. il.w an' % n, et N*w Vi'ik a f.-riiial a iiu l'"!;i't?a' "f ur , e* malloaaf iliacaaer^nsaait rflae?1v n ?auer the ' it I trm I'r^i iiied *fll? m' ! a>i4 (>ti er a*in#<?Tta la raASae onr i ?ejra*? fliairant and harp/: ? :'! ?h"i ;h nnr hi-?r!? ?- ?iitl | l!>t<it J ?iih 11 e a uai > r^icntlir l?i!i?ctt i ty tlia k*?n tuM f ' i a aif nlr. iuall U r l lJ i T.r upun l artn. we , l.ir? 1 i n alircrt jert'-aiicl t > I r.ct nur |>m% to js h/ the . ripn iii|'? I act n ?erf?l att*ntior.? of th'm t niliraen. ? Jnil.ti'ii rly i?lr?tr4 ta m*i ?*o thi* majnitiuen: teuipl* of traadi. i I K- 1t? J. l?t, Tt ?t ? Un->r ta Captala'"ha?. H. I,o lt?w, | el i|. ttaU"bip tl*? at City, onr vaaairsuiia ?n4 hetr:y i 111*rill fur ti e al.te irutkiii -n I ? tittrwinly isanntr ?|(Vh Ka? irWi.Btll. a ali h * ti< in Icrln? nrr rnii.'i t!it 1 II I ?? a-1 ' r.ly ?* er?i| ??r pre-*a< rf-f rt, ft r the at'.llty ' am' I'r'.lt* with ?Mch I e 1 a? ?i?ahr.rie 1 ht? r?*j> nmiil- ) 4at.e* aa e< aivaadar ( lUi aUr. Sat by ih? hlan li*?< anl ' ?t!?i.lii) i hU r?, la i?i f?ltiy aa I e. 3fly il?f. rt? i Hunt, f a# ? . cr?d unrte^t aifi < ar.! friea lit at hte? for ail fa<ar? llai: *til *e wf <S Mm arotparlty la ht? j \f jar? e J' * aa<l ?rtwfi rt ti> hie fairity. ann an aSt?v1".fice < f Ki? ??rlcl i fi ?ia lo rh??r aetl ni'am l.i-n < >( ? hi* hovl I I ?i> In n ?I Heat it h> Um fre> I many winter*. Kr> lt?.l, r i .1 Vir. Ill 1.1 ? III* f I I?f I.ffierr I f Ihia H P, ? J*. 11? ?! Hid rtir ' im< 'tli'i ' in 'n?i.4ljr rr,tt4,fi>r hu rntiHns an J llrl.fiit ririt, it lU j lid I'rctf hi* mfn tMa t thr ?4ff i? an 4 c n'< rl | <f 'till. lLal h- rwraliinrt ??a >itM, liHitni'i, mial-jrimr i r.? ti-1 pi pa i. ?rpr ?? f ih? Itlltr. vltti Iho Mad. Hir* 'I * art i-l.t ai iv4 a '#ii,?r>. i-i a tPt> ark?l.!<i 4r,t ! ; ??>! ' tl*t rf -ri ami tluld rfflppra. Viufl. 1'rill ?n4 ."?iak, J' ?flri< nt nli-. air wrfthjr of ??f rttp'ct ai.J conj.lrra- j tun unwind. m, t'iBt Mr. Jtrrlt, ??t fm*' k?**bpf. ha a jr ? II mi II Ikntl.i rtlif >( ik> mtiMn< M4 trwt i r?| 'mil in mm. ?r?l ?< i ???< ? mm ibat h? will rira ? tm | ! f-?r. in h?? aroffaaWa, *?ar?nt 1*1. at lia la, If ' lr'?iv. iii'uairy a-i r-r nr*-"; 'lia' h? aarl?iar?i, ' itml' imiirt anl l'?< *. r.?l *r4 il-lrt ?;;ia?-r- ly [ 1l.r!r il<U?rBCB ai.4 aitca'.t |o ttipir important liutt ?. that ?hry ara ?pb of atailiiu. f r?- I Bill*. lp.ltf4.4tl" t1 *1 w n- It Lard, tbr Hark aad Paraar f i ii it ?t i|- It mi> *?? ? ijr anil aaa'lr miwiij it poriisaalt p ?( 4 ?t<h a * i' 4 att4 arrt ip" latin* p rit 4. a-rati our 1 i l r 1 ?!??.'!? i ?' i ll| ?' ' ? !! Ma? oof b"*ft- i f it ?i r i ? fir 11? hmr lltlliUtl ? ? ?a 4iir<?f * iii" ir'p. ?r.4 r ' ili*i *:1 bia luc-iuktiiil mi/ iii><i< 1 with ?tri rrf. rf lt? j, f is, t1 kt ttf 11- a n k of thr f?a??iwr? *rr 4<ia ? > t> . 1. r .. r . f <1 it?' p, fur Ma k'?4 aittnti ma ? tha il?-b 4< r r tfa k?. Bcatlt. '. iiih? 'il ? MrJimn KitDi>n-i ifi, ?ti? cror14??1 1 fli ? <1 . (11. ?hif h ? ff * <<. fc?jo?4 4< llkl. l>l< ' t-fit till r M ftfti ..??* (?, M anift* *< f?? t ?f?. | til l m t' <1 lnit>riti?f ?h? i r?l n??l(tr. ??4 tMJul 'i < , ?r 4 ?; li I < Iii Wl'? ft f?t? f r tl??il ?ti4 4w ? ?tu ?< t '*_t i t il' n ' il ? io| |?ll???. ?? *-i' <i| irarva i it?' it i# laf?r'i ria f< r akillo u ?jiJiri'.?. ?at*r?r. ir rl?l'.l1 < a' a u ar. ]( I??d. T'k. It.at a p'p? of IM f ruolat pr anil 'o aa<1 r< .?.lwii..i ? t r t ,-??4 ly il ? ? ball -i?a an I ; < - tan ?. \<i I i pnpii J t I ?i I "io|i ? a?l lii? i *''"Pi??, an I a < >p< a 1*0, i ' ?ln?-ril?4 K*?? t l!o?ar4 k >. | r prin rt uf ti n lir*, ..i i.li ? ?i.l, fi'lk. I>I,I"4. P. A. C. lilt S.MR riM'l. ' f,r' i".' ' '' J prri"t*ri??. i- hi ? i ' c* 1 i-TA?...'tr ( a?t<. tr Citf. Mar 2*i 1140 ^\'i> l>i? in li r? c?i' I t rjrra n h nr.I tli'a ?h'p rrt m r? ptr, a In nm? v'.rfc. |p?;o t hla rirthi .l of t"h- j ii till nil Ihnfika tnf'afit Iblfirtll lidrfloa. Irl mtat i. i>. i "d <l? h i'ralt. .",<1 do. j klpk. tupafr. h lrnf.1'1 i aririfr ? Hri.lt l?t?w:irj. j Mrllprmntt. li d to lha ?hl|>> Ptir*? >n \ .Mplfin. for t ioir ironllo. tmnlt aril (itjlpirff h> iioribirt.t t.ia ir.j n? on all ocrn'i?>in dnilrp thlp r* 'pifr; nn>1 wa talio pl?"t?nri" In ^ tatlrirfkal ?? ronanlpf i?m oflnf* tall i|iiallfirtl to 1 ril lk?h arvaral m?(ln?a. * n.t l<> iliarliarpr ihi-ir ar?a- j ral dwtlaa ti'lb rr^ilit t<? tk"-m?rl**a ami profit to thr r ii'|rt"t bni rhati fiill^ n r< min' nd Ihr tr*t-llln< |nit-ilr iwtirrm si w yfrk i.i d i hajrra, to patr?nl?? | ii i* i'oa |i>i)m4] ^ o TayW m w (lallarr. t'apt. th"? i ?l i h. rf. t ait j pimpfi n ( apt 1* ? rnn?tt, Col a ! * hi m< j lliill.tf ii a 1' rrja. fhnrl-a f,orltf.T li i rarhy k Jrwi-tt. tiao w .""ruplnn. uoor^r [ittiann i harl?"? il Cornell. k. %f Mai(ta. llobrtt ? I cira 11 Jfhn h r'ra k ymltk i, Pitrn>?lla. ii. fa?- , nrr. g.rrgr HaNir.1 (i t Cmlth. tVarrrll -hnttnek. i rti iard t arrtjao An'fb t>al?, j. f boyulon c f. | lafarrr.o V matlh t J ???n ? Klaaam. l-r?l? i1?l?n. i clffmim. TliowMWaMwa p li?r*rlp? r. ] r altfnfl rbarlr* SrBrnmrr. w ii ! )*?? ? '< j tt nod. Lrata Morn. i. Ilarat i' tt llHama. j II flray. It w. Uj.r. I>bbI r Harh.kr. a. ? Br?<lf?.tt. l Br ->k?. ( [u ktiiail ! tovuuti. { City IntelJlg?n??. Tnr Fmrr Fi'Mmi I'*t.?Yfitrrii/ *?l tk? llmt swnier day of the teaaon. the thermometer being up to fcl ai 8 o'clock whieb waa taenty-aigbt d?Kraaaabov? it* rang* at the name bovr on Sunday The suddennaif ottb* beat, after tbe ?old. raw weather of th? laat few days. was very of (restive. The highest paint f the mercury during this ?ea?ou hi { .re. wm 74. and that ?uly on on* day But Prtitv .' change ; bet ween Ave nud fii iu tbe afternoon the wind made a sudden turn, and blow treahly and eoidly from ti?e east Thi Cholera.?We are requested to call the attention ol tbe Health CouimUsiouer* of the city to the condition of luany of the bouse* ill Fifteenth, Sixteenth Seyenteenih and Kigbteenth rtreot*. betwaeo tbe K irst and Second avenues. We are informed, by ?n inhabitant of the neighborhood. th*t tha greater number of the cellar* ot the?e house* are ttlleil with water, and that they have been in that condition since last fall. Should the water thus accuiuuUlHd be allowed to ren sin siaguant during tbe hot weathei whirli is rapidly coming upon us. p^?t experience gi??? Us too much reason to fear that thin in-trfhborbood would a prolific hotbed of disease, in every shape Lock to it in time. Prevention i* botttr t han cure. DlAIIISHT ( ) M 01 l.kl 111 Kuirmnan-Thii Yorkihloa wL.ii h arrived in thi* port, front Uv rpmil. on Monday lost 2'i of bt r stctrnge passengers by cholera, during tliC parsage. Cai-tiu* i* Tiir U?c or FiKrARMs Ou Mrnday, Mr Joeepb Stone, residing In the rear of No. 170 Orchard street. while tiiinli in,; a pistol load-d with ehot. aceiilentally phot his wif.- in the head, wounding her severely, but. not dangerously. A crowd collected, and be whs arretted on the suspicion of having Ilred the shot by dtsipn He irai taken before Justice Tiuippor. but was discharged upon his wife staling thai it iraf u pure accident. F tin Rau.koai> Accident.?About a quarter before 7 o'clock. on Monday evening. a> the llud.-ou Hire r Kail read cart- weie coming thr< ugh West ktrect, and. just br'c.ie they got to the turn iu Caual slr*et, the drivr. nhoN name Gtorgc McKay. discovered an old n:an. r.ruitd David Gillespie. t.o or 70 years of axe. on the Hack He at oiiee gave the alarm, tlaekened bis speed and the brakenian endeavored to atop thu cars, but without success. Q he old man appeared h?-?vildi-red. and made no ?ffort to escape. while unfortunat'ly. at the fain* time, the horses became uu>iiunageI able, and dashed over him, knocking bun und-r the cars. When taken out be was found to be a corp*e, niiti gled in n most shocking manner, both of bio legit bring cut c (I above tlw auklet. and hi* bead bruised Yci'.crduy Coroner 0?er held an iuqueit on the body. at. the Fifth ward utatiou hi'um. and the following rcrdict ?t< render d -That thu de. era < d came to bis death by being accidentally r:tn ovrr by thu car of the Hudton liivar Itail:?oad. and that no blainc Is to be attributed to the driver of tha tame. A->oi mi a Fatal Accident?Monday evening. at five o'clock, a boy about two year* old was ruu over in fiOTtrneur'g flip by a Brooklyn can man. named IliiKh Kvans. thing at Bedford avenue. The boy died at ten o'clock from the injury fmm.batiow?The following vessels bare arrived l? this ) ort. since 'i bun-day last, with the number of alitns set opposite to their names : ? Sardinia, Ant*?rr "''3 Annoiidaln. Liverpool,... S58 ? lutiide. do ??) liarv lluK; do 207 Filial c;h liuchc, Cal- Scnt'laad. Co i-.t waj 117 Maonii. do i!:t Clarence, d" 131 Lnr pa. do M John. fl) mouth, i!< 1 l>e Mitt Clinton, do Sfi Tomlle, balfaat, 1S3 Vanguard, do SM llyderferd, Glasgow 205 Imac W el.b, do 7l>9 Kir W >'?!? worth, do... Jfi Alius,d> .'iHJ Ohio. I Laprga i>7 ltevonla. Bristol 12.1 Flower ef IV I. Ilrm.an.. . 121.' Mary Anne Yotters, d<>... I " lliru.n.n Tbcriuidor, du, .1111 ( rearI'lit City 1"< Enri |.a. do 114 lie.In, Dulliu I'M bawrenec forre?ial, M a- Elixa, Hamburgh,. t:t> terfonl #."> FJwsrd Von Uostwkk, Anr.a Varia.LliuBivr.ek.. Nl t'.irk lift ( arrack, Havre, < Dorothea, GJttenburgU,.. ft Leatdcr, do ?'4U Total Thus, for t he last four days, the arrival* of emigrant* have rir.ched an average of 1 VU per day. lor the three daya preceding, they numbered 2'HiOperday? For the last week, the total number of aliens arriving amount to 12.U0U. or l.TM per day. TiirBtTr.il Bu.-On Thursday, a few young scamps were runnlLg through the streets calling out the Ultra llnald. for which they charged sixpence. In Chambers street, they aold several papers, which turned out to be the regular edition, and which, of course, every or.e who ran read bad bee* already supplied with At one bouse, a little urehiu. in his hurry to " do" his untwprcting customer gave in chango for a quart< r one five cent piece, two dime*, and two qiartcr?. suppoflt;; them to be c??t?. thereby losing tl.ree milling* aivl Miree pcbcu, kuJ bi? [oyar. Huiiil tUe young raicul right. Baltimore lm.rri.tt>r^t Cum.? The Independent Grrya, Cuptain Hall, of Baltimore, who h*ve tli? reputation of being n fine body of tr???p*. Intend rlmting our city ,?hcrtly. They expect to arrire mi the llili of June. Their kMil^iuirt<ri will he nt B.irnnraV and they will be the ?BOfU of the flrot tilvirion of N?-w York State Militia. This company belongs to the 63d rejriliicnt of Maryland Infantry an J will count upward* of fifty muaketa. with a fnll band of twenty-one uiu?lcn.ni>. They will be welcome tiiwoliiaai. The Bmhth RratMrnT.?The 7th regiment go on an excursion vp..n ihe 8th Of Ju'y.to Ilurtuu, taxing J)in(K?i baud with them. fcre.mw 1>i ?ti? ? A man mm-J John Miller, about four o clock on Monday afternoon, fell uuder the wheel of the Sixth ward dirt caet. at the eorner of Roorevell and Chrrry ?trcrt*. The man wa? aonv?ye<l to the City Hoepltal. where he dl?d la a f.-w minute* after bciuir placed in btd Yc?t?-rdty an in<ju**t wai held, and the eridcnce fhowed tbul the J waa a sailor. jiift lu port and. wliile under the influence of liqticr. fell fr- ui the ?idev.alk into the cutter, m h--re h<- vrt> acrid) ntaUly run over by the wheel of a dirt cart. * hieh injuries cau.'> d hia di alh lie ?r.u m native of New York. aud thirty yrare ol age. Tmi: Sim ?_ ? Pkath "?We are Informed that .fanvi Carr or Corr. who died fuddcnly cn Vload ty Inst. was not a C'uthcl.c priest noTim<tiU of In llvldnala. TTop. I*. UilWrt. t aiifomia; lion Aui<>** KendaH, M.tlilngton; lion. J. 1'nyne. Troy. Mr. Veil*, U. S. N., aud cl^My-serc n nth- r*. a.*riTe<t tn thu city yei-terday, ai'd t) >k room* a', the Irving lli 'i-e t'apt Mot,-en, Major ll>b<rt AinJir'in. Lieut. ool. Takir V.S A., end one hundred aud nUi" others nrriTf <1 In this city ytslcrdny, aud t">>k room* at th? Astor Ilouf Col. Pradley, V P and thirty-Are othtr?. arrind ji?tcrd.*?y. and took room- at Um Am>rie.ta Hotel. Tlie nggrcgi te arrivals at all the hotel* In the city rtiioj.%, was re<en hundred and eighty-acre*. Tie l!ou Wm, I., Harris, our Oil urge dn Affaire* to HuenAyv) ?, did not nrriie In th*ti|lvrr J. Mayes; hi*lady ai.d family came pasiengar* in li-r. Aii ong the pexeiigera In Hie II.hernia. t*> ?all to.J*y t'T Llti'i|>u)>l. I* Mi Jame* lltudi bcrt United )<tatc* Omul tnl|i<ni. t rance. lion. Dai lei y King ia on a vi-lt to hi* family at l>r.nvi r? Mass. Mr J J Ju td an l Trinee Ketnehaneha. of the Sandwich f-lands. are in Wil!?d>lphla. Arehd*aei u Smith and family, of Jainilca, W. I , are at the I'nion I'lare Hotel. Itirn trtty, Hay '10, for tie 1 all d I'riinL t M? lie v. Tl . I'.r. ?ill 11.. 4 ,.,.s ) rrr, l;r? ?>kl) a. ?t a'clack, I'. 11., an?l return a* t?un m the t| wrii are ?v?r* A TTal fm 1 m ? i ? > Mtlllltii(? I?K noi'a t'nlon n?t, nrr^mly fot lha ?at>im#r m miHt. ! now n h*1} 1' l 4*|ir? r?. TU n#?rff of a " I m ? llat" <*?n aftth t f : h:a nuiiiT, f??r ;ti lha 4vm!it> of foo'rrtf It firf ii*n itu tin KCfMnry lift. i I'mIor lint .rh< rfnl^nfr lift mn anfarturrr * t tlii r)?t| ii.4 I eanttful S'.'tumiT Hut f<?r f*ath w a. e!a?w with all daa ?eaj*-ct f?*r t?e r*?yal rr^terbu mw under the ai ?. ftt??afc?nn n??*?d " 11 I'm n Hat.' hecan?o it ua.tr* t li?Htno*? *f t1 a 1 ' . v * ^ ; r, r<* <%. b t be 4?<? a' \ f ? * -t IX r Nafd* Ci>mp( M <n thf fn?#t ini ??i ip-iilwt f*l% t*- I ni'n Hit ? tht ntnnfiflnrfr think#. f<t??f^v4*t t a *tfjr tt-r-veraMe ti ea%. th* a*ra?r aa*l li jti't." a* ne|| a# ivi r?l?r r?rt**t?a ** *,?< ***aily tba j a ff tbt rt*e?al'n b?l?< t"? thfiffH 1 Hat ct tbt ' "ti. Pili i? ?!-il?ta4 If all wba h**a > n *) e mttlt nrd lt?n Iff- f r<! that tlif retail ''it i? Tr?? l?rM?ff nrd F' if t>m?. r v.?t ka'f tl?o I ire "ef a rt ni? I'lr.i"* or f/|h?rn. Or* ?f th Mais 'lard vaatni*a of ?teaw bat# la. that itaaip fit' "f n t i ?' r A f?H;/ ruin re'??l? ra a P*na>na t? 1 r r % riff, m>d ? r-ja ? lta|*irf ill e ?l*?r. Th# raw *j%tr'ea if aat*r fAPl^ntifty ?ac^?l, *n?l whta j %irf<f4 fr m thalf nrlrllil r ^ ?iH rSarge.l I* fcn-. i> ? ? a?~ f itttely aiaftftr'nr Ill to (fmwbt?'fc ? <h*;v?l 11* i! e I nl? a Ha*. It nait*?r mrrpa .n wet waatbrr nor a lit *a \f a M???bir.jj bat wl.l regain lt? n. *al f<?rm ar?t ? r?> th* laat. X< ?r orer.lt * * 1 a llat ?? an I? b adc fr n rrr niat? H?1. tH# e ??1 I - .rH felt ? *)*< a #*"1 a ?ea-ale- rl *ot aa< ava e??a t- otar af aim - i?L**rio t.eit arj ?*f t1? 4 vrM*(? \n aa? ] r (! < '' e#aa?at*<4 wltb'?t*aa h?t? Ir, that tfca tr5fi4 la-? n- i t'rral'y tai r* liter* ? with tS'tn: ae<f rtrtatnlf a bat | ?I p>*e a a ittni ?1it la* terr lift la am?i?att>*>a* ia it. ti M ' to tl r. p* -b t Mafrrtnr* i? not liV#!r to bt.al I t) r w#?r*t of t a? a liat, ahfcli it fim a* wall a? lic.'i*. ?*4wi*b faffl* eel l<r^a???h f-f 1 r n f.?r He . <rj?o?f? ft i ? II i t flaj ia tj < 1 r Ilk* a I ? ?iT. n<.- I i j be ! 11* c f tlr at?r t? aakt m ttcvMifl t^vanA t'.e air. I i *r ihi lir j r? n tfat !? a*? I #%?vl?%eaM*a?Mt ! w|ilr?i.d?r Ti? I ttaa llat tl" ?*an t*r?l fla# of tb# aaaa-'a, j tlie i>>t?uf**tarcr ! ? Term* *t at a ft*e? which netblaf e^? | ro|?t tlelai*a *!? which b? a<?aMeatlx aatlolaa'M wo?U ; r*rd?r f an.?#rtti^a. A? T?o Ib^ ara *ai?.i 11fty t'enta. l?a i ' f?<??eii It tl>* tbeife-t B?*^at**r llat %\ar ??ff*re<i ia KvW ( tJRVlS. SI I Itroaifaay. Cfpnttta !?t. I'a> (?. Tlir Trt natiri r i?f lltr Ihmmti l athollr* Or* t^ra A*tlam !r tlerltjref llr< <tkl*n, *r.?* 'ul.y ae>a?>wim ? ??## pt ?.f r?ff? ImVri. Aia lli eha, Arothorf Ifc i 1 1 r ' i i w,,rMf. E* 4 , ttavrh ?trt *1, Itew T rb. ia aM i>anf|?litii. Mi HAH'. M V|*9 Trea-Mrrr. 1 Mt **111 fu.?l avrr>- Art It Ir * Reprf^wl* f 1.?-?rrh iff t ^,e ar ariat< ^ ? f roirp I ailitM it the eale1*at*<l f! e?ieat I ? ret r#?aMi?b?ne??t la tl a UaltoJ ata*oa. > n?tfry, llfRaN A > 1 There th* eon umrr l.na aa of p>r ?aitT rf teiec?la? fr??ai %!? larar-t a?d ehe^pr?? ae#? rtmeat to m fovtl, la fit aparloaa Sh??w K ma. ?. HunnHm' P?t?i.? Me??lllr TnHIr* i, r ; i i' . i ' 'ii ml i?i ?' "f'f " l? ?i-*? | hn.tr,- l-n tni iit for It f Hi. l?-t ll'irtf | itn tlhH ki th. mUfTik.r . V".'WTi!. PAlNf'KR'*. CorTi.r nf r'l Bri'?d??r. r?l.1 Prllnwi' ll?ll.?Prrkln* A Co. Iiit? In.l rr..i<.4. |>.r ?????? ? i*.'-*!!! fln.r n4 !ar?i ? * T'.r 1? Ihnii th* l???: >' ? ill ? up in K?r ?< * .*> <n '< " < m.iin ti.?. It li wurth l l<K( **lk. I) !?.' rntl.'H?. I" hltn. Co?Mh rwriory, J?*T llr?iiti**)r-Uillr? mrm IlllMMIMatt. thU tltfc MllfCtl"! nf Dr?rt(' ?ln, ?n? ,.|"?|twl Ir ?*??Tit "T .iH'tr ia lh? rily:?rvnr wtiirh trill k? r. . lh? "r'-n ft>?ia ln'li ?4mir.^. th? >m? T.<'f ?? "M.?, att'f ?ny imin, m ?.**i?r h. w ietrlttta. U< ml aJWr?4 ?a4 r?pa4r*4. * J. MI NDHS, (V*nk fa^tnrf, SK Br"?d?at. Ttir h??ntlr.of < nttliig Hair and Whlakm in ' ?' lj ?( t I'd ?nil ii it* . I kj 1111,1, ?h. |,|1.1 ?lr-r I, Who ?T.f ? l' ?r?? ? - < Ily to arion. li*? m'M. thrrrt.y 1wf*r?ln? to th* wcarr rrm ir.nl, .rd ?rai* f i. p?l *hti>h K'Vu.M ?-ri?a?l? awtr* ( j KhaapM>ia? th?ma?hl? Itr. Wallarr, Ornllat, haa rvmoTrit ft ?ai r??n '-?r? .?r-.t io ** T^arth ?tr??t, n??r tr.?o?t?r ftr?.t i OS M III Vti, t till H> A. M , I till 3 aad C UI1 7 P ?. I LJJ_ L .. j j Wlga, T#up?e?, and Hair CntUn*?CIUmms : STSJ3W3SL i-t-i.vJSfe.-iri Wlg? tt?d Toupfn?Cllrehaah hu thm I lir?f>i ,~ ?ft aci ehrapvat a*aortm?nt of Vtulilatio* and ! (iftaaan-ar ? i?i ?nd Toupaaa a?ttr aean in ttiii nairy. WUh tiara ia na Ihrinkiim. di*a?re?abla preaaura or ahaiu* r abaw. Thar ara a Mtpatnal flt to ah# laat. ?bB and examino tbcm, 1<9 Broadway, 0|>|>oait? Barouiu'a Ifutal. Wlgi NNd Toap????Another MwUl w-p k??r awaried to Wm. Batcbalor, for lb" M't Wig? and To?? , ptn. Tli? piblia an iuritad to Inaprct r.fa new ityla for IftML at BATl'HkLOR'8 "?1?br*tad Wi# Factory, t WaJla'raat. Ha k?r? tbi> larraat end beat aaaortment m tha oity. CtWit tba addmi. Hair Dy*-li?lclulor'i Oanulna LlqaM flair Bye, can only be prooorad at tba maa a factory, iVaK traet. Tbe n?hHe aboild Kuaxd : rainat imltatioM. Am ay . <ar<ai I 4inlomaa. Paraona wbuaa hair haa uaunei a ball nlrr frcai In* aw of tha imitation daaa, oaa hay* It aomat? ' (4 t.r ml! in* u abova. C#r>j- tha a Idro*. Dr. Whtflrr, Orrullttt. !W Btrrlay street*. , darotaa liia axeluaira attertion to diaeaara of tb? Ey?. II* , liaajuat intportfH from Pari a, Artificial Kyoa of improve^ at ri,(. > lire, ? Inch li< inferta a aa to r'vainblo the ualariU *j?and^dafy tba alrictoat acruiiny. CiUce huuri. It A. M., to ? Ilflt Mineral Teeth, mn Plrota, |1 ; Filling with pure pold, 7.r> canta to St; extraotiog. i? canta. Othar nrntat opa?ationa aqaaMy low, and Ku*ranH?d ?o Sa aa good in all roaptcts u tiioaa of any offloa ia New Tcrk. f e lni'r<>diiKin tliall La satmhed ly convincing <\idauoo. 3tfc> Broadway. Published, by M. Lrrttt, Oentlat,?3H Broad way, in finnan?i?e*i m'mm or rre*ervt<i? tiie Teem, A*in?Hp)ivrie I'rcss' re In Dertistry, Artlfl'-i il T-eih, I,ev# t'a fHK'al Knaaiel, In". ITt>* almte naeful ami instrnetiva work may be uttained gratia, by aj plic ation to the anther. Dr. Krlllngrr'a Wonderful SnrtMi.?>* There it n iric4ektu notion ilpait that the Dr. he* mala more nioeey tl uu Towt>send, M IT*', llrandreth an't tho a?r.iin tli ci'naeks in ?cam-rat. This myy be so, hut we aro r*tl it inclii e.l to thiuk that it is slightly vxagerated; kua ?k n < n an<1 thin** are so neeer'Sin, we car not tell how aoon itnillLe 10. See fiho I.'r.'j advertisement in another column. BOUT MABKlf. Tl'udat, May 2$?0 P. M. The stock market was a little more buoyant thl# morning. no fur as prices *trn concerned. but th<j transactions were limited, and most of them for rn^b. Government and State stocks w? re particularly insrtiva to-day. With all the efforts made by the peculators for a rise. to sustain and. if possible, further lotl it?? prices, most of the fancies now rule b?low the highest' points touch> d this season. and sellers at the top of the market have had many opportunities of buying i* their stocks and pocketing the profit*. At the first bor.rd. to"day. Eric llond', new, advanced Ji p?r cent; Norwich and Worcester, ?4; Reading Itallroad, Farmers'Loan 1; United S'ates 6's, 1807, .V?; Mohawk *?. Hudson Hirer ltailroad fell off >? per ceut, and Morris Canal. The receipts at the office or the A^sWtaot Treasurer of this port, to-day. amounted to $74 Ot'i 70; payments, $1.008 .',61 87; balance, $3,630,177 19. These large paymettf were In accordance with the law recently passu! by Congress. Most of tbe amount went into the handri of the lr.rge bullion houses in the street, and will fiuil its way into the vaults of the banks, and form the basis of a greater expansion. We are rapidly approaching sueh times a? tho expansion and speculation of lfcoi and 183r. produced in 1837. We are going through the same course, and in time, doubtless, shall arrive at tbe stun" result. We learn that the amount paid at the Assistant Treasurer's efflce, by Col. Snowden, the Treasurer of the Mint at Philadelphia, this day, is $l,t5A,4.r>6 01, which was paid on 200 sepurate depositee at the Mint About a million, it is said, was paid in Philadelphia. Tbe steamship A?!a does not bring any important commercial or financial Intelligence from the ai<t world. Cotton and breadstuff* bare not experienced any variation cf consequence ia value, and the demand continutd the same as previously reported. Politically tbe new* U interesting, and it is possible that we may have by tbe next steamer something of an exciting character from the continent. The amount of specie exported from this port for thw week ending the 26th inst . was $239 097; total for I860, thus far. $1 404 '.'54. | Counterfeit fives on the Knickerbocker Bank. Oenoa, New York, altered frem ones?genuine fives have tho portrait of Gen. Taylor on the right; and threes on th? Chemung Canal Hank?vignette arms of the State and "three'' on each side and "three' acrosa the right rnd. nre in circulation. The IMvldere and Delaware Railroad, running from Trenton to Belvldere. is almott ready for the rails. The sale* of printing cloths at Trovidenee, during the part week, were as annexed : ? f.000 pleees. 44x48. 27 In . fair. 4>?: 3500 do.. 48x83r 27 In . good. 4V; *1000 do. 25xS2. 2H in., extra. 4'f; 1 ? HO do . f,2xf?. .8 in., fair. 4),: 2.0M do . MiM 28 la., ixtra 4\; 6.00? do . With. '.'8 in., de.41,; 4 400 do, 00x00. 28 in . fair to good. 4 V < 00ft do, iR.xfW. 28 la . short rnunt. 7.600 do,. t<>i14. 28 in . extra, ft; S.?KH* do.. Mja. 28 In., do . *S ; 4.000 do., WxU. 88 In . do , b\ ; total 13 SCO pieces. These, it i? stated, may be regarded as fair quotation* cf the market, although there are those who hull their good? above these prices. | Senater Dickinson, frem this Ft ate, ha* Introduced a very Important till in Congress relating to tho eur, reney. It provides for the coinage of two new. nec?e sary coins, and will prove very nee - ptaMe to the community at large. 11 was relet red to the Senate Committee on Finance, and w? h p* it will receive itnmeI diate attention Illustration* ef the nnw coins have II < n wisde. The rent Is about the site la diameter o* a dimr, of a reddi-h Color, with a hole in the centre. The three cent piece Is a little less than a half dim*, snd r( a while silver color. The cent Is designed as a. substitute for the present copper ?oln, and cou'aiaathe propoitlon of sllvrr expressed In its legend, l b* effect of Ibis infusion of precious tn- l.tl. small as It If. ; it |n failure ffrtatly the bulk of the roi* of that Je_ nrmlcation. and to u>?kr- It mnrh uiore convenient i and portable. It* weight 1* 2% Rr?ln?, while that i tl the present rent 1* 11.1. The l*r?{? round b-d.> | in the centre of the ?>'? -?? it novel f-attire, an<J | bm li'in tutrcMlueed for the sake of the following ad* j vantage* r?It extend* the dUmeter of the pjeae to ? [tofir mraMirement. being tlw i>w a* thil of tha 1 dime. v hirh If an mnall a* e >uM bo deelrtd f<r eueh *? ' coin, tt iflotj? a distinctive rr.a-k. by whlsh the pleea m.iy be p-co^niecd and eafrly paid out. even by thr> touch; it >(It>rd? a facility to retailer* to put the plerea up In parrel* *ey of a hundred or a thoa?and. by *tiil King tl;< m. or putting th>m on ai upright etaka or file; and lastly, the complexity of manufacture willtkrew *<>ire Impediment in the way of counterfeiting! If that is to be apprehended. The three cent pi?c? ! an alloy ft three-fourth* ellver and on?-f>urth capper; ItKviigkt 18*?' )rrnln?j it* diameter ju<t midway be tvrentix pi.Id dollar and the halt dii?e. Ibebillpri><ldcf that it* device* tbaii be " con*p.rumMy di)knnt fn in thow at the other *llv?r eoinn," and eon?eqiiBnt> ly. *e hare a radiated lllx rty e\p on on* (id*, and a WT>ath rrrlo.im the Hrmn tnnirralt til. on the r*> vera*. It Ir di*tirgui*hrd f.-otn the hnlf dim* by * rn.ooth b"tOor. The w? 'jfht of the p. *|M?ed thrra ovij pit eel* *o ailju'trd ai to enable the government U>" make the exrhaige without to*a to !'*' If. and thrrs j wIIIIh none to the part; applying. Th* bill provides that the tl?fre trnt pleca rhail lie paid out at the mlnlt an I il* branrher fyr tbo*e and *nme other vartetlre o? anil ?iit?rroln cnrrrnt an >r n* im. bat for n<> o?b?ii kind* of coin or bullion. Tba < (Tret of tbir prn?l?l >et aajr on? e?n fartaaa. Thr Mlontng waa tba eonJItlon of tb.> IW>nk of tho Valley In Vtrgl*)*. on ih* l>t of April l??t ''apiti' ptork. >1 IWUtOO; flrauUtl->n. ! 47* .92; du? It othrr banha. 42 Wl; *307.4*7. Not ? di?eo?at*dr I f] i.'C .4.".. Inland Mil* dlaconnli-d. *311 *7rt; dna fc>n% otb'r b?oh?. MM 9M; not> I of Vir*!n'? bank*, $W.? tot?? of atk? r bank*. f'C.VSI; ajirela, J.'iJ* ?A1. Th? iffrt of th? Rink OoeiraiMlorvr* nfrnnnfrtlcut baa jii't brr mad* to tb? l. jUUturs of tb%!? Hit*. Tlia ngartfttr m< ?. m*nt of tba ba.ik*, on tb* l?t of April IVW, wan ?i annotrd . ? IIam> o? OtMrrtMff, Amu. 1V-0. l 'l'thhf en Urmi tJ Cirrnlntlr n |MU*<H <V5 t>*pi>aita on demand, . 2 !W7.MB "'* l)ue I'Hrik* In Mat*. . 1*7 N*>| .*>< l;n out of do js-i W13 41 Otbrr Uabilltli* 7i; ?M I I Total 0$ K'fwrrrt. Krai F.?t*ta TO 1 Oil Jl 1tl!lii ot onhrr t>ank? at", rw? tl. Duiyfiiini In Flat* i.;4 4lT 1*Jo do out of do 1.01,1 i7s>V~ T?n? from broker* and f?nt? 4WM? 4* Pti rk. b< nd*. ete .TJiMI s6Cbrrk* and ra?b Item* IsM 014*1 Our limit AMut USDllIf ilt*roiinti<1 for Plrarlor* t>S 147 &>" T?o do. |t?>r?on* In Ptata 10.7 W.urt ST p?v i|? do. ont of do 3 1m:i|4.?49? i*o. Jo. for Unlu llit tj.1 *1 Total 19.070 :Hi 44 Of lb* rral r?ta?a Inrlntfr-d In tba abort. *i!7 Hf? I* In bnlldlng* lot hunkinc pnrp>.?r? On tha IM of J an lut. tha llaMlltl** ?n demand of the bank* * 7 .T3?\ 47 J 90; rraonrraa. |lT.ft77.?M M. On ?b- 1* of OMobar. '49. liaMlltlaa 9t.AM.llt 961 raaaniw*. 17 WW 14l? 17. Tbarawna. on tba let of ApiSl. WO, frriy ont bank* In tba Slate, with awuk aajital ?f ? n: ws. 1