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prick one cr\t. TUE ^W^OEI TRISUXE Will be published every morning, (Sundaya excepted,) ni No. 30 Ann-rtrcct, Now-York, And delivered to City Subscribers f r Our Cenl per copy. Mai". Sulecri'j r?, St per annum in advance. TO THE ADVERTISING PUBLIC. ? lathe hope of securing a wide and general Advertising patronize. I tie favors of our friends *dl he inserted till further notice at tlic fol? lowing reduced rale-. ?;/ . ron each si>vkkti?,.mf.nt or Twelve linos or lew 0> ""rat insertion. SO Cts). pp. fbr nach iuihnsi|nrnl mim lion. *??? Do, for Mix insertion*, or on: ? ah.SI SO Po. .'?r T w cnt j -li? <? ? .s3 OO Longer Advertisements ai ecptally favorable rates. For Five line-, li If l! ?? ??'??ve rale. . Two lines, one-fourth ?.f these nies?payable in all ? ares in advance._ CHEAP AND F ISHIONABLE GOODS, CASH SYSTEM. les t *: B, " O i. H E ? *v co. 107 PEARL-STREET, ARE daily receiviar fro ? ' :tion and elsewhere constant supplies of new and fashionable STA I*I.K AND FANCY GOOD*, which I rht wish CASH,arc offered country and city merchants al anasually low prices for. CASH. They invite who wish to get a grcai i inj Goods Ibra small .-um of money, toeximtne their prvent ."iu.ill->l Stork. aJ7tf geba::> #.* b%h,i7?ck, No. SG7 Sprint;?Oct. TJtTOWD RESPECTFI I.I.Y os.ll I ic atb ation of LADIES to then ft slocJt,of,Dry,Goods,.comprising as great a variety of rich Silk Goods.as can be found in Broadway, and at much lower prices. We. wlU endeavor to convince-all oho may favor us with a call, that the above lire facts worthy of attention. Our assortment obnsiata m part of the following artii U Rich China S?k Diunat-h dot, new -iile Kieh figured ?)?. i'1 -1). of*all kinds Illwk and blae-black do. Sdk 8hawla Silk Scarf, N. It.?Ju>! recej Faiablnts Bombazines, ofo very dest ri] 4 i<ui Printed Lawns, a superior ai title Ir.oh Linens Table D mask French, English mid AmcririHi I Calicoes, Jackonets,Cambrics, 1 Aft, Ac. uperior article of Gambroons nod Crape H-7 till" REMOVAL.. ZGB. ISWOLD k CO: respectfully inform their friend- ami the ? public that iksy b;.ve removed from their vM stand, Maiden lane, to S3 Liberty, corner of Nassau-street, ? heru they will keep for ale, at tie b)w.-,t market prices far cash, a general assortment of AMERICA* A>D FOREIGN DRY GOODS. TVy m,w offer for lie the following 4/' bub's No. 5 to in in neu yarn, SO du do 10 to 1*1 do do 98 do carpet warp, jsj do cotton baits, lb* do do witk, 150 do do twine, 150 do h'.\ mid whil'l M . Iding While kiiiltnu; cotluH Spstol thrviul: -1-4. 5-1 oud G-4 riiuloH nialtine Ingrain carpeting, Venitian do Paper hangings, Russia diapers, \\ ootcn yarns, Worsten ?!. Turkey rod do Blue ' do *e. Ae. ml Im CHEAP SI CIO jr>E8ElVEI pieces of new und very compl l-llllf a ver>' ik>; riefa silks, jii-i imported km city tr? rable assortment. I.?die? w uuiiij: to purchase silks, can hue by calling at 931 Grand St. a large xu k to make their selections from, and the prices will satisfy > all whocall of ?ieircheapiie-s. J.W iv S. I! A it K Kit. i-'o if CHEAP! CHEAP! ! 1 A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT of French and American Paper I Hangings and Borders, for s..le at the United States Paper fia i lac ai.d Baud Box Warehouse, 6s Canal ?in et, ueai Broadway, Now I York. Purclnu-ers ?re respectfully invit?! to call and examine for them? selves. Rooms prepared hi ibe uv itesi manner. ml? Im JOSI?'A UKOWN, ?'??..| -tree:. JM-:tV SPRING 4.?.iH?S?S. ' JOHN B. PUDNEY, So. IGI Broadway, coauor Grand-street, has ?? just opened, aatl offers for sale, the following desirable Goods, al fan pri, as Ru b Printed Mm.Im ,! ? Lai...... Plum and Satin Striped d?s Mach and Bluo-ldnck, Plain and Figured Silke. French, English Atta Amrjriean Print . i Prmteii Lawns .-. id tfu tins. Srik Shawls and S< arts, SoutrJi Gingfenins, Linens, Lawns, Long Crutli-, l.ioen Cambric Hmidker. 'o.-fs. I|.-:.r,. tJIcv?.-. Ac. A .. A -. aM Im* CHEAP DRY GOODS. Y\' M. !1 PLACE,"of327 Graud-srreet, woubl ra.spectlHlly call lbs Tf attention of the Ladies of Mew-York to his slock of new mid . lasbiesnaWe SPRING GOOU-i, consisting el Prints, Lawns, De Urines and ?ihi-r articles too Humorous to meatii all of which he ? dl soil at ? the lowest pruos. WM. II. PLACE,IfcTf Grandfl * N.B. K"<l Back Buffab) Notes taken at a moderate discount. ?iSi lui ? i'llUM* STOCK .TA.\t> READY .tBAS!>S-: LINEN * V' SIANt?KAr'TOl? V.?Tl.becribnr would respect all) ..,'1 lh? attentioa of his friends n> Iris entire NEW SPRING a*,ortmuul of I 8iocke, f-ciriV, Iteaily Made I.men- and Pocket Handkerchiefs, all nl ( which he baa neatly purch ted for cash, said pledges birnseM*to sell a? Ilow a- any other store iu the. my. SAMUEL TORRANS, >>l Hudson-street N. R?Sund??, wholes ile, at reduced prices. mIS 'j'w <?>??: PRICE STORE. i>KRS?)Vs wishing to ? u chasegood cheap CLOTHING rrould do i well to call ai 133-j Cbatham .t, where ihey will Gud the follow- | i iarpra-ee:?Cnats , om$9ioSI2 ...Cloth Pants from $3 to. $0.... | if Jucket??clot.':, ? I 'ill i - ; .; - ? t, ?1 75 to 50. i l in J. COGSWELL. SECin SVK r.AINES. !:?! v*ortMi?ut of ric'i pbii.l, figured hhi: d colored SILKS: a good assortmeatol i do Lviucs. ~Abo, American, English, and , full and well - li-i-.i assortment ol .. d Summer i;.h.;!^?-vtra cheap at HENRY W ILLIAMg \ CO. aii I a' i . .TINGS AND CALICOES, j i prices atJ.AV.it S. ltARKER'S i. m jvy. -si. 11 v.,rd wiiie 10,!. Fine it Mcrrimack, Dover.and Fall ".i yard, warranted fast colors. ^ ., SI I.KS AN C> . TUST RECEI\ I ;' plain, bl ii k, blu plaia and figured Mousse! Freaeh Prials, logetl r ?> the latest tlosuus "I S| 90S Gieehwkh-st SHEETI.** ? I kOUESTICS ? 1 " ^e! Grand st ? SluHHinr> yard wida, i> !. long S^ortl!;f;^. ~A Verj vrr Tniits, tv). 7,!, II d ,., <? I fit*ETINGS. T A M.S.BROWN, ' I Cbotham -tr.-.t. baw jus I and are nu.f< ? . -ale ? ?J00 vards Car u it .o tt 3000' ?? -' . 3 3 leXW " ?? .4 0 1500 ?' " .5 u ?00 - ?? .6 0 all wooL Also,raattings, oil doth ? ig?, table ...s-r-., window shade*, stair earpetmgs and i.-'s. al . | oodtag Iu* prices, found ai this aesntsit Carpet Store in the City. L. S VI. s. BROWN, No. 101 Chatham st., N. V, [AKDWAKE, *?e-Tbe - Uv ibci from Liroipool, ? lurt-c ,1 s?r,l. f,K>l.. .V... . "ui ofgoods In ih? ..;..?. ? treei, ami examiua foi ; gr.-af vnrief.- of his ar'.icl LTAKDWAKE, Cl ? I.ERY, MECHANICS TOOLS, 11 *??Tl. "" 'Ving just received, by the last packeu , to in- former stoch of Cutlery, Ifanl ite house ki-o .- . builders and n't ior> ,u Hue, tocad at *tis old store. No. !h; li,? i-iou ?olves, coufbient tie.t t'ie qunlity and - ? ?,-.?s. .amttha low'tio^s of bis prices wdl besuffi u.; '"? whouoc* I, to um,- him with their oi.i.-r is,?ntM roeri .ants. ?re invited to call, ad srereepectfullr in >ftr^.ttMttlM . - ? . .. i betog imported expre?*l) forrctaiHng wR be fouml mm . beuer d pM to their trade than those imported by the oholeeale d, tiers, ami a H be m I, .. g#od ,r t?.t:,., u-.m m?s ,-o be obtained at .a> other astabtisbrai hi in the . ity ^,rl:u' JOSEPH W EED. ; PARPETING-T^e Sal^rlbe, u. ipptise tbo Public in , -tyl- :"??' ? f?? nds h.,d up Uths .pfaj ?.-fc..;r ,h? . ... h i- on hand at 576 I ml on. (Iwtwee iK.ns, ml Ilamn ? .v, .sr... . very rsr?t s#I well->etecte.l tmct of Ctrpeti, atbich in coom quooceol reJewlex. . boc n iffo, ttoscll at pricosthai cannot ET. t. , , ? ." ' "? ' <? ?' -. ?< pneos that < ?an to give ?oiutActiun to tfaemo : ?ouumicul ,,is.r ,v, %wr . ?H Im* THOsWS IX"?rtS ?PARLE KVIYKS 1KB FORKS.?A ?aetmeajij?stroo i?? r m.l em uufactures itSbcl.I.Ens glsod,indfoi soleai ahiinxsl :.<- prices, the Rarilwara -r. l?- mlr I )K**'ERY ?CSI,I,-VS. 1 large Int of Uroobe and En kroidcred Draper} \. t-,, . ,.. .., . *'Wtf P. KKKfiORY \ su\s. ITA Sprite-street. pRlNTED I.AWfUS?w. .,. i ? colors and P rw ma aui Clare t ,. . ma ...t a " P.IPI'5At :. \ f.i ? .f !-';!!S :>i ;;r::?| st. .Cur,.. "11 ATTING- It .t.r..r. ,.r, , ,?r... u !-UUKO.I..v BfllUlOlUilSei. ?33 V s ?-t UIRtX-ALE 4t BLMROUGllS, Jr5J Gra^-, corTc^stre u f desire yoa to unrferntarid the true pi CI-OTHIXC s:<iT.lKI,f.?tlltlF..>T. i rpHE 8ulMerll?er havingopened the?tore JT Roweryas a fa-dion I .1 able Tailoring Establishment, offer* to mi-. Fneuds^sd tk? Fab? ric a very ru^rior alvorUoent of Spring (ioods of tin- Inte?t style, which he warrants to fit to the baste und fluhioa of aH win. will fever him ?>tli tlirir patronage, ROBERT A. BOSTON. The Cutting Department in mperintended l>j Mr. Chart? Boutoz, i formerly of the firm of Oray tc Bouton. A good asset-latent of readj j made Clothing always on hand. a'Jrtahn ai.: '?turn, VTERCILiVlVT TAILOR. IM FUJ;TON-STR.EET, has .'I on hand a well selected assortment of Cloths, Casrhnerea ami V?ttings, suited to the season, which he off. r-to make tip Par the public generally iu tin: very best manner, at extremely low prices (or Cash oh delivery. a?ftly TO GEA'TL I'.?IE\ OF T \sTE \ND FASHION.?MAGNE, TAILOR, ITC WILLIAM-STREET, respectfully annemee* to the gentlemen New-York taat he is permanently located a. above, where, be flatten Idm-vll" that, having ha-l several year- personal experience in tUe French Metropolis, and devoting bis. persona] attention to hi. work, be will be able to make fashionable clotri*? a- cheap for cash invariably, and a. perfect as can be procured in the Country. Thankful for past faror.. be solicits a continuance of patronage. a273m TEKMS GASH. 4 T the Old Staad, in Grand-street, No. 411, EL P. OSBORN St ? \ BROTHER have always on band a well selected assortment of Clot!.. Cassiraeresand Vesting*, which oa the above terms they wilt make iij> into Coats, Pantaloons nil Vests, at a price which nm-t ?tliey think) -.-enre a second calL Their work -hall be done by the best of workmen, and the;, do not intend to be a whit behind the best in style. Both ddpartmenu ef making and cutting being attended to by them personally, they are certain of guing satisfaction to tho.<- who mayealL They will" make fine Coats from ?8to flit, of blue, blue black, and aH the fmey <:olnred Clotks ; and super fine Dre.s and Frock (.'oats, from SIS 10 821, from the best 0( ?i*l lived SaXOOy, Imperial, blue, bite blw k,olives nnsl inviiible green,andaUthe oilier fancy shudes of West of England Cloths, which are selected with a partieul ir reference to selling for cash. Alst?. Cassimere Pantaloons, from tine to extra fine, foi 65 to 30; Vests, from *! to $3. Cutting w ill be attended to personally by one of the firm, who will devote eapecial rare lo its being done well. II. P. OSBORN .v BROTHER, It. twee* PiU and Willet, at mit) 444 Grand-sL, junction of East Broadway. 4 MERECAiV TASTE AGAEVHT FOREIGN r? HUMBUG.?FOLWELL & BREVOORT, Merchant Tailor.. No. K Fulton-atrect, between WHbam and Gokl-strecu, lake the : present opportunity of informing their customers and the public, I that they bavojust received a supply of West of England and French Cloth. Also, a targe selection of single milled doe-skin Cosaimeres, I London Tweade, Gambroeaa, Drill-. .v.... dec Also, a large variety ! of Vestmgs, superior iu quality, and patterat to any they have ever 1 nth-red, all selected from the latest importation*. They ?i-b h to be understood that their business ?. conducted ex clusively on the Cash pri.oa??!??, and thai they do nol promise to take off fifteen, t? euty or t? only-five per ceul., but on examination, it ?ill be found that their prices are [ass thau those that nwke such pretensions, for they an- compelled to charge at an enormous rate to make the dl count: but any body with common sense can see that is only a ban to catch the public, which they feel above using. A couple of first rats pantaloon makers wanted. nilO Im IT? STA B !. a.*?55M EXT for Garments of the first quality, rea Ii dy made, 339 Broadway, American Hotel The same will be found of great convenience to Citizen? and Strangers who incase* oi cm- rgency may require tir.t rate, articles. W.M.T. XBNNINGS, ?-'4 Late Lj mle A Jennings. -r?w h a I ss : hatmi: iej? <'. WATSON respectfully reminds bis customers *.im! the paid,.- renerally, that he Ins a full supply of Fashionable Hats, of the D'tir-iy pattern, as well as ether modob, to suit ? tat'ire aud taste, at the old established prices, vir.: Silk, SJ.?o, Mole, $3, Nutria, &L50, and Beav.-r, * l,f>0. which are "J.*> per < cut. . he.tper t'jan the same quality can be bought elsewhere. The ngnlar increase to bis |i-t of customera A.r the la-t three year., bean ample testimony to their quality and durability. WATSON, 150 Chatham--*., ami ICO Bowery. N. H.?Al.o, the ino-t extensive assortment of CAPS of every description to be found in the City, al prices com ponding.. Whelesnlc dealers are particularly invited to look at bis Stock of Hats and Caps while purchasing, nml he assures tb-m Unat every article i. thoroughly inspected previous to delivery. m73m come a.\S> SEE. --? ^ IN the building known as the COLUMBIAN HALL, 963 losasaasisasGrand street, ib< most qmetous ? bole-ale and retail SALES ROOM in the Uuited States, the lirg..-i and best selected assort meat of Ladles', Miste?' and Children's SHOES exclusively, in alt lue.r varieties of putters., width, color, shape and material n-n alh tall. d for, of ...ir own manufacture. We would utforrn tiio.i ladies H ho have former's been compelled to go to l!r.. .da ay and ? Ise where, that thcyare under the noeescity of doing so no wager; sui we invite them to "com,: and sae," and rave fnun t?o to eight sbillinfs at I pair, and be better servetl, without the delay. ..ml disaippouit. menu attending '?'i!^; measured. We would also say. that b?vtag frttn ~ to 900 persons-in our em ,-lov, and having bei n lei a uomber of years the largest manuiacturen IU \in. it.-a. li.at on-work is well known, approved of aud sought afti j-, hi ewri market where good work is sold. Thecithsensof New York. Brooklyn, Willi unsburgh, and the surroundmgemmtry, at* n ?p.iifaliv soticitod to call aud examine for themselves, IVooleaab and reian dealers l.r city and country trade, will had it loti.eir ad vantaga to call before purchasing;, a* not ouly quality and quantity, but prices, k!u? mak'- it a cr.\u iiulucemeut, alO3in? S'ilTII. ItfllSTtil.!. .v I.'AI.L. & to gem I. em en of tam'e am) ?[THOSE DESIRING Ci >.\:FOKT.?I take til:, method M JSl to inform the '. ntlemea of this icily, those who wish ? ^ -i handst ae and easy l!o..t, that Mr. FREDERICK ^* SCHAFFNER, French Boot Maker.No.35 White str- ot, nnarBroad? way, is unsurpassed foi making good, handsom*. e?.y lt.m.t?, and w in Id respectfully recninrasnd all tliosa desiring them to give nun u tr ai, conhdeut that becsjun t fail to give full satisfaction. nil8 6f BY A CUSTOMER, ft NEW ENTAREI$1IMENT!>L 'M OLD IOSS RICHiVRDS ha* just ojsaued two of the most St ?pleadi I Boot aud Shoe sierra in the City?ono at 500 Green ?<*"? wich, rerner Spring, indoneatS34 Canal-street, with all new ?.-o.Mi-, b.-st qu ditj nail chei peal in the United Stui-?. All e-bo want the n l genuine, at the greatest bargain* evir hesirtl of, will giv. th ? old chap a call forthwith. ml tt' GOOO ROOTS! Ii ATEST FRENCH STYLE! tjr GENTLEMEN in want of goo.1 ai.d faahioaahle Ko. t Hfwouldd.I! loi dial 111 Fulton-tt sect, where they will Cod Jg. in exit asive >--r "t. m the following reduced priooe: * <.'..<t i'-.- - Boots, itorn sy". is $?.;. Seal " " rrom to f-.TS. Half Boots, "i, m $-J to JJ,:a?. ShiH's, :. lifers, sVc., \c . , ro portion ibly kiw. I'lte suhscriUir respectfully informs the public tt.st hi* ?oots arc made ol the .eiy I. ,t muterialand aorkinauship, in tne buv.t Frem b mg .tyle II" has just : s, oivetl n few dozen t'.Jl'-ki.'ia, of i nparior nial.ty and beautifal s<u'i t:m-!i. Those wko have been Iroabled by their It.mt- cracking a: tbe sides, and who wish to have .ome made that will not eo s6, are parlicnl rl". requested to call soon ami leave thoii o,d.:rs. Jtiitis L WATKIhS. 1U Fulton street, ml5 Imin noir Nassau-street. a> the BIG window. ? HURRAH FOB THE BIG WINDOW of Chatham Square, jg Mo. 174, one ilm.r beio? Moti-.treet. who'S ?it.W ii(*-S KlClfARDS has titled up an elegnntstore, fillad wi?iUie most eleeant Beou.aud Shoes,.oh the new and splendid gl*** front plan. \-.\ who jHnnrc ins taste, in preference to the open, barn system, will . .... find 174. Ladies, please look to ihis,aod k'youcaB thegoa llcroen will call also. _ tall lm* CHEAP WO ?^04?0. ALL who want lo cet Boot* aad -ho? o: t)?e hc?rt quality J&i , d latest (kshioos lo^oi than bee lutoorio lx*.ii otl s.nl m th*? city, will piociae call at the CUNTON BOOT AND SHOE MARKET, No. Canal-street, northeast corner of Hudson.-street, where can be found alwo-t every tiling in Uie Boot ami S'^.s- he cheaper than ever. Lathes, you c?n tet Giut?rs r.u**sins. Walk in 5 .-hoe- and Site at this Ostubllthmcnt, of all celsrs an.I knid?. suitable for the spring uu.! summer wear, cheap as tha ckoapost awl good a? the best. Country merchant- .re sMlieite^ to call and ??xai:i? out stock of goods hef re pun tia-ing alsowhcro, \. II.?Don't forget U.c name and uuRU.rr, ?-4 Can..l-?-treet, north east corner of Hudso?-?lreet. A. KNOX A ("<>. mil Im ty I'BS GREAT CATHARINE K 1>?? 'f A St-;lliH. MARKET 73 Cathanne-atroet, e.?-i?^r of Jios.ro. Jx sCRtn.NEK & ' O. wi uM info m :he.iti^eu.. of Now Vori., ? |;( ooklyn. . ad 1 - 11 rounding aotjatry, taut th.-y havo qioaoa the ab?i e store, w .its TnH.ts ano sn? es r ?igh 10 supply half the Nation, Tkc C . lapesl and B??i ??? all Creation, Ladles, you 1 1 fin : ?.. is ? !?.-?? a .aUm.'id assortaasaftof bhtch and colored ti de -. ti| ?: < loth Baaki.a, Morocco, French Baskia*,Sbp ..1..'!;? -. ai at^ at i ? . iiurds in; price usuufiy asked k>r ine .jraf trlicb .. Ge '. siu . . you too cab f.n-t a spb-ciid assortment of stoat jiiJ n-.c ; !> u... i*-, Sltoes id PumpN to-.-i-th^r wiih any qusatily ..t ' ..>-?. Misses' .; al Ca hi en's Boots and Stioe.., nl! o. wbseh wstl be ? i i lo ei than the urns irticlos wer? ever sold U-.ian.. Conan one . i-.;!'. iiid examrao for yourselee*. Ploase recoil* : thai tl is ?tor? i- 73 Catharine, tn>n>ee of Uoaroe ir -, t. t..- fi -t coran b km Lord tt Taylor's, and next dtssr to HuU'? tirtc Dr. i."iHS - ?? e N. It ?Count - aier basts and.others w.vh? trasi>i wko wisk tolsay, for u?:i! .. "iid no ?eil lo call before Ihoj purchase oUe -vhere. mil t *' ^ OI.Eh E.aiTABI.ISIIE? BOOT A SvllOK HK-nltvK? WALKER A FRKW renpectliiUj inivra i Jgjj ends usd the public that th y'keeptlw well knowu.land No -'- r ?? re l, where they have oo KaaJ a Varge and splendid ifisortsnisnt of las.,.... U.k.;- uxd Sbiam. la tbU osoortaicsit" wiB be Hen's (toots, $1 ???,s-:. $-vj?i, *a4 $.1 per pair. AI?.. YiMith.-" Bootm Sl.Sl^ifl, aad S^o per pair. Also, Ladies". Mt??-s'saJ ttH?.i.e?' Bu-k.?-. T - ? ? I Shi I er?, -f >P eob?r? and Chat.... aed cheapens in the City. WALKER A FREW?DmH u-.uiu Iii Dumber -^.;o Caaai-streeL xX lu rinciplfw of the Government. I wi?b. them carried NEW-YORK, FRIDAY, HAY 91, 181! LATER FROM EUROPE. The steamship Caledonia, Capt. McKellar, (of CunanPs j line) arrived at Boston at fj o'clock on Wednesday mom j ins, in 14 j dv.-s from Liverpool, whence *he sailed on in-, j -Ith inst. The i>n!y intelligence of interest is of a negative cbaiac ; ter. IJ<* President tteamship has not been hfardfrum ; and we fear ?11 hope of her safety mast be abandoned. Sh' ! has probably gone down to the depths of '.ho ocean. leaving ? none to tell the ihI* of her dertruciion ! The Aeadia arrived at Liverpool on iht 2? inst-, in M ; days20 hours from Boston. The Americans in Liverpool held a meeting ca the 3 th ult., to express their profound regnet at the death of Presi? dent Harrison. Francis B. Ogden presided. The British Ministry were signal!*, defeated on the '27th ult. upon th-ir bill providing for the letter Registration of Voters in Ireland, which was-rej-cted: Aye*)270 ; Noes291. This vote indicates a determination on the p^rt of the To? ries to renew their straggle for power. They have been passive tor some months, under the advice of Wellington. L^rd John Russell on the .10th. gave noti.-e of a motion ro take up the general subject of the Corn Laws, He wi'l propose a fixed duty instead of the present fluctuating one. The health of Prince Aibcr: is very bad. and ho is aaout to revisit Germany for its restoration. Commodore Napier is a great favorite with the British public. He will -und fer Parliament at the nt\xt election !or ilie pari.-ii of .MaryUbone, London. . Sir George Arthor i-> to be mad.'.-. Baronet for Ids serviei - as Governor of Upper Canada. I \ Mr. J enner of Liverpool, formerly a respectable mer? chant al Charleston an-i New-Orleans, attempted to murder ! tiis wife and children on tho-27?h ult. on the pretext that they were better dead than suffering from poverty! One of the i children escaped nnd gave the alarm, but on the arrival of , the Police one of the sons was (bund dead, and his wife j shockingly wounded, so that she dan hardly survive. Jenaer j i< of course committed for wilful murder. ; The deficiency in the British Revenue for 1840 is about $10.000.000. The Chancellor proposes to supply it by rc ! ducing the duty on foreign Surai?. so iu? to admit them, and by reducing that on foreign Timber and imposing one on its ! < 'oloniol rival. Ireland is tin- theatre of renewed outragos, e*pecially in ! the neighborhood of Tipperary. They arc probably the !un convulsive rtruggle of the spirit of violence ami discord. ] Meantime the Temperance Reform goes on gloriously. The I tailing oft' in the Whiskey manufacture in 1!?40 was nearly j 3,000,000 gallon-! It will bo rr.oro this. Tlwre is little change in the Money or Grain Marke:. Cotton is dull and had submitted to a decline of 1 8 per ! pound. The ?hip Recovery, of Piiblir., for Quebec, with about 360 J emigrants on board, when only ten days out, was overtaken I hy h violent gale, driven upon th"- bank ami mode a complete j wieck. All on board were token off iosafety. There have been frequent 'tum-onts' of the hand-loom weavers in Lancashire demanding higher wages). They de? clare their intention of forming unions ar.d resisting their masters even to starvation, und] -Jicy obtain an advance The area at the extremity of tho Great Western Roil way, containing about two acres and filled with lumber ami other combustible material*, was dcstrove.l by fire on the 28th ult Fhe property destroyed Uionging chiefly to the British and Exeter Railway Company is estimated at froi? j ?18,060 to ?isO,000. j The jury empaneled fir the tr.nl of the Editor of La I Prance, at Paris, for publishing live forged letters in the name of the King has returned a verdict of not grnity. This was regarded ;-i the t.' ipital as implying a belief in the genuine ncssofthe documents, ai?.I therefore created n strong feel? ing against Louis Phillippe. By the explosion of a mim -t Otfgnee in B< Igiun ~7 work? men were killed. Prom China or India there are no later advice*,. Constantinople dates are down to April "7th. Nothing stirring. The Egyptian army ha* fully evacuated Syria. The plague is r.igin;: terribly at Alexandria. Great efforts are making by the Great Powers to reconcile Turkey and Egypt The deficiency in the Fre-eb finances for IM?, '41 and '42 us estimated at i.boui $ 1 ? i,OW,??O.' Leopold, King of Belgium, nr.J coneorr, ate m Paris. The birthday of Louis Philippe and the Duke of Wel? lington is the 1st of May. Wellington is 73. Mr. Walter of the London Tiroes (Tory) has been return? ed to Parliament from Nottingham. Maj. 2<jo. Amen.; the dis'ingiti-hed persor.d^es recer.:!/ dead, arc the Spanish General Quiroga, Dr. Brown of Edinburgh, the Bishop of Worcester, Admiral Sir Charles Pagi t, Adm rd Sir Lawrence W. Halsrr.iJ, ar.d M. C F. Oudor, one oi the Ffnch N'ational Convention which condemned Louis XVI. to death. l>ONpON UONET 11ARKCT?feLiv Ul Sine? the eowmeaeasaaat of uv. week :Uc ^r?ee of n?k u.ve ranpcO jj- follow* : Corwobj for Money Bavo ?fa?.'.ual?d between SC- >. Con*ck< fur Ac e?un: between 90 i and 00, t-.c Reduced Three aad-a-tfatf per teat, between 'J7 < and ST7 i. th: new Tbreo-.oid u-Half per cent*, between 99 and 981. the Keiiuteil rbroa aad-a-Hab percoate. be<?ecu 6H I and Ss|, Exchequer Billabetween 19s. and ltis. prem., India Boa-:? be? tween Ss. ami 4r. prein. In in Stock between J and '.!&!. ~a*l lluiik Block b :*ecii 171 i s*d USA Ou Saturday; l'ousoi? .?err. .hi to f*>;, and for tune 90 toMI. Tbe in-.rket left elf stcunly Excbeqoer Bills -sere t"0>. to 14V. prein., lo ?lia r>?"J* to 4?. prein., Injw >w*k '^M, liie K.slue?cJ f r.roc aad-a-Ualf i-er CeaU. 97}. LONDON COafMKReiAL R CPO1 T. Sjitw.o.v Bvenuins, M_y ;..?. r-tng eirte a ho'iU-iy la fb- city, tbeic *iu very i.tlie buouwilmie ir. sny a, ;ic!.v The nccuunts line afteraooa, fr*?n !.ive-po??l, abtiae a rerj fiat in-r-.i l. L'wtcn al ( per .a. oVcbne doiu.r t ? *e-k ou mi l. :>a.l in :. ioi lorw. Theatoch aftbe ootport u> 431:^C0 bales a-ain?t860,000 at liue t->oe Ixst year. There bavin; Hcen taken en ?iKC8l.no? t:i..s yesr 119,565 bales, ami by Um tr -oV. H?i0 bale,. U i to M,.y, 1H(!, tae respective <|u .nti ie? ?yre 53,450 xr.-l ilflSQ t.do?. laiiUro, m.icc 'rie ?unten.- wil?, hm be- u in ?..r.- demand for c.\ focf ilioi, bat l"ere ba.? ben no ut^ui.-y lor ti..me oooaumptios. I>ve , uode ars dull of isle, atU n*?t ... ?clei of -.fj - dtOl \ no off but etowly. LIVERPOOL CORN EXCOAMGE. Hoenur Hiy 1 Slr<e cue rcro t crt'th- Vji'.i April, wt h-ve oxperiei.cn i nl.oul a week of cold, black fining ?e?i:!*or, ufucb thrrai'noJ lu b>: ul'.uu.' n jorv ui t-ic Wbaat pL nt; but ihii Irin? ?ueeeo e.1 by r.in .<n4 a -j?nn lompe it .re. sucb fe\r m no..- rraio.o.!, ami we miy continue ?o re; je-, o;i trie >? buk-, a fnvomblc p,o-i-ect f.v on' f^iure hii v- ?t i'm- Gra n auJ K!o .r tr,.fie inw romaise-4, rt iriaj t.e sbove pern>d, in ? .'?II rt.-.ie, vita dec-ii?i.? p ic-- for f^o Waoat m l Fl-..ir. The Outt of ?- sj |K-r ou ,ner aiwn beat r. w- btfen pnn! Ler, oin.-c f e*.y thtn in otker Enelish uort- holder* beu.e umwu to he. .-.I.?e : but thai on flour h*<- t>e, u p ,d -.nly upon l kb.j d.vrC.-ipnon? , hit'i xre the tnoax liabbi to i im ?ear Imme liately. 'i'no present oo.uiujI miot; M t!?.- l>>i 8 .?!? El?>ur :n b.m.1 is "J3 per barr-i, .cid rui dinpusitioo ii kho-.ru tu -peeu'ate in Hie a'tmle an? lese it e to cooie c ma :?9la l?2**. Nc*-OrlouiM nrnacj, are ol ciesl IK?.^ per Larrat. out? i OAk nothing MK."?HxRWtsox. I. ARRIVALS AT THE_PRL1CIPll EOTIIS. Reported tor ;lie f-Y.irk Tr luce. Astor Hccse.?D Hotter*, Newburg; R S William?, Miss; S Hag ?aid; J I. Moni, r, Naples; Cap! Mclatosh, USN; VV II Minden, Phila Fr? m ... Mi-- J ;*,.,:r. B Vrmv; R J Liddell, Manchester; A Fb>! Halt; K W . .. i t < ( \V McCuyler, *Y; J A Nay, Ja in u. .. A S \ .,n Du? r. NY; K Lyman jr, Jo; C L Cele. do: C L?o;i Lyunsdute; JA Smith, Batavia; T Lcvnard, Masit Vr Kaox; Mr Ro liyna, n Vtm-; Mr Lowe. J... I) ii Ki.. v. Shci ate* ,: Or Morgan, .\ I. ... nj A Mantoo, Prov; I! Wiot ?dl, Borton; WS Dollar.',di . S II :1m?II..!.): J H !: igar't, *>?? my: G J Lest ? ??? Braaaliaii Miahter; E I B ilii :, .tili gbaoy; I G Kei ay, Phfl; J F l.cam r.s. .In G Faster, M?s?; j S Huspr I . and; J D Uoover, Wa.birnjton; Mr Roberten, St* I Bcdi'.rd. j Howard's Hoi cu? Dr \V" Obey a, Cincirmati; Dt G Chej n. Mexico: i LH Eastman, Mich; A Koith, Sheldon; J Mabbett. Mabbettsville; Hon W s Dad n? Menden; J Holkies, Springfield, s s Ruchcin, do; Mr I Rexford, Nllavcic R Camaclc, Newburg; A Fuller, Washington; E j Jenks; SA lam i R Brown, Cheshire; J I! Dunn, ?!.?; J Sehlen, Erie; A ; li'nrr. FairSeld; LSichel?, (Ksrw OG Monger, do: II J Bonlley, ; Plattsbar*: \ A Prexcott,do; A \ Cross, WatertownjO A Burton. Si i Alban?; VV w Cook, Whitehall; J Conkey. Troy; J R ...incd.i.. Mont 1 pelie'r; S ?>:. ( oy. ilbauy; It DUruuger,Troy; E L Granger, Vermont; ? C K Bowne, Poughkeep*ie; A W Obpp, ISuilul?; B Ford. do. CA AI l ien. Troy; T Sbaw, Exeter; G G Bawley, Glen Fall?; N A Blake, I Maine; It Ordway, ri?: C Arnold, do; F C Vila*. Vermont; A Lalane. ] An.lov r: Mr K.-rr. Hamilton; Mr Clara, do; W Freeman, Glen Fall?; i J Hart, 1%:!: t" William?,Ohio; W I! Underbid, LRt; W William-. Wash; 3 Parker, do: G-U Anderson, Rochester; J MeJhbae Phil; C Evans, do; J F Ellis, Lockport Franklin House.?A E Hebene. Cortland; Dr Green, do: A Mono, Eaton; J Adriance, Po*keep?ie; I Vaster, do: G r Field, Tompkin-: P I V Shankbutd, Albany: M C Haven, lirattleboro; A .Mill, r.do; J F Div ; <" Miller, so; O Wild. r.. . 0 Montcalm, Louisville; J Roy, WV-i I Troy; J Langdon, Millport; W II West, Albion; AC Raymond, Nee j Haven; II Grout, Lima; J Knickerbocker; Waterferd; ASwartwnut. . Pituford; II Reddeld, Troy; W W Wicke*,Troy; S M Buckingham, : VVaterbury; A M Dreyfus; J C Van Bergen, Catekill; H BCrandull, Banale; M White, Cincinnati; E Blgdon, Maiden; E Clarkjr,Charles, i ton; R Alsop,Col imbus; VV Gil I .. Skeacateles; M I* Hatch, Oswego: 1 lion T'Okbnrae, Fairfield; .1 W Dana, Utka; T Pomeroyjr. do; I! I Baldwin. NHaven; It ? Allen; WP Flint, Virginia; Capt A P Hill, j do, i) C Billings, Woodstoi k. I I... rbov's Hutei-?W Steven?, Boston; TCSherman: C P F,.rb.-, ' Sborebam; P iVostwick,Orwell; I; Williams, Phil: J J Van Rens?elMr, II . 1.0a. C Pelton, WootUtock; II W E Goeben; J Bradiab, Utica; 1. G , Winne, Albany; J Bell, do, J Porball, Kentucky; Mr Stoddard, Wtiea; G Westcott. do; VV Wright, do; W N Weaver, do; Mr No: ion; W Chees'man; HGilbert, NLeb inon; G II ISab-lmrv. J Murray, Pitta J burg: A R Ri??ing, Middlehury; A K Wilcos, do; j T Smnh. Seh ty j len-ille; M Hanger, Lewisc?; Ii It igan, do: W Yale, New Haven; A 1; Thompt in, Cnjtenh igi ... I. Carr. Prov; I. A Warwick, ?tica: 1? M II j S ind-, Newbujrg; I Kceler, > Bedford; s S Uiaaado, Prov; W C Du j rt.nt. Newport; C Jerome jr, NY; I> Ennond, Egremoat; Ii N ijdliert. 1 NLebanen; J Hayton, NJ. ; Cl rv Hoti : .?1 t Holen ab, DSN; J H Mcllvaid. Pel; G Deekv. Ox j forrh .Mr Shepman, Phil; W 1; Hall. Albany; A \i Story, Horb.Co; Van Benthuy*en, Albany; I* Johnston, Virginia; T Rohen?, England: ; W llazeltine, jr, Phil; s Colt, Paterson. Uniteo St?te5 Hotel.?G Taylor, Miwlletown; H Forbes, EHart ! lord: I. II Cerson, Clyde; li Winchester, Ct; E Blies, jr. Hartford; T Towner, NHaven: Mr Averill. do: G Oanelsoa, ft: K II 9pragu?, M..-.: C Smith. Ct; II Craattoa, Roekawav; A F Willi .in-' Farming ton; F. J I^-edor,. Phil; T Levy, NY; U French. NY; T Milburu.Flush iiis; J Cnriek, Menden: A R Snow, Rovton; CTSbelion, NHaven; J Chollar, Ct: VV II Weed, Sufficld; r; P Sherman, Watertown. M. ?1 h.iNri' Hotel.?J Vortbrup, PlVulley; A II iwhsy, Mercaith; G M Ryerson, Ne ?1 in; N Sa? .?-?>?. King?loa; W A Smith.' Kv: J Dar ?y, Kingston; D Van Buskirk, Danville; L Craig, Pbiuaeld; C Payn; TV ? a 1 ell. Middle ex; A Egbert. Warren; 8 L B Baldwia, Somor ulle. N F. Ken iad}. Gibson: J C Smith. Phil; It Furman, PtAmboy; ?? VVeaielkotl, Alleiitown; R A Clapp, Kingston; T Vaa Buren, do; C I. V Mites, RHollow; C 1. Duboi?, NPaltz; J Port, Kins-ton: N 11 Tita?, P inceton; PHurd. Spart a; J Fornnin. NBrnsk; M S Vaude vocr*, BPort;!! IV ? Oswego; D Kline, NGermantown. Americak Hotel.?W.M Stockton, Del; J Williams, Georgia; Di Reekraan, Ki dcrhook; JKDeKay, LI; N Hou?ton, Newburgh; II R Patera,Ogdensbunrh; TH Whitney, Gloucester; 11 C Tompkiua, I t.'sn; J H l.'nlick, Bla??crvy; Cap! J Michael, Phil; ft FStaad, do; * Mr Prince, Fluahing; J P Terrill, Cleveland; OTerril, !lo-iou; F. Tehr, Switxerlan i; Mr Gnill.ru, NY; J Riddle, Phil; II L Diekens,Wash? ington; Mr Ford,Canada. Pr<p.i. STarr.T House.?J C Colby, Deoance; A Rearaay; A Palm ..t-r; V. W Cogswell, >y,^. iim\ P Cogswell, du; Ii Murray. Vermont; A C Ewreit, do; VV Gardener, Prov; Mr King?man, Springfield; J llama, Wooster; .') Durkey, Eastport; II Hnvie, Selieneetady; O ti Davw, .In, W Monroe, Albany; C J l.ovett, do; L W Nye. Auburn; B A-hliv, do; W R 1: iby, V. Cen ?; M (?) Kyr.m, Soiithbridge; I) W Farraa, r.ov: Ii c r.-. -r. '.let,,;.; u It Fi.-k, 1'iitun; s o <1? w.go; S l>. VV'ilIia::>. NCarolina. (Eitn Intelligence. Reported for th.- New-York Trihn ,e. CoFitT of Common Pleas.?Calendar for this day, May 31.?Part Ut?Nos. s7, 09, 10;., 107, 109, 113, 115, 117,1*19, 1*1, 1*3, I'-'O. 127, 129. Part 2d?(n.at 10 o'clock]- Nos. 12?. 130, 132, 134, 13(1. 13e. 110, 142. 14 i, '.-tii, 143, \M. 158, \:,4, 158, 1C0, 162, \C4, 16C. ('t.iiiiT of Oyfh .in!) Tkkminer.?Before Judge Edwards and Aldermen llei.sor. and Purdy. Bridget H m| ?? */itn Mary Murphy (who On Wed? nesday was trie I and di quitted,) w.(s tried lor arson in die 1st degree, in setting fire to the dwelling-house of John Weiler, No. T-i Prim e-s rcet, on the 29th of November last. T!te evi? dence w.ih nearly the same .ss that giv?n on the trial of Mary Uurphy the 1! ly prev 1 us. and, l<ein^ insufficient to sustain the ?harge. tiie jury found her not guilty. She was tiien remanded tnbe tried-on an iudi.'lment for breaking into the imre ol Mr. Weiler Broadway on the morning ol the fire. Court of Sessions ? y'e./e,-.f./y.?iiefir-. the Hecorder, June's Lynch cr;.| Noah, and Aldermen Halis and Timpson. The c.t-e oi ,t.- dcs ii f Lent worth, indicted for miademeanor. was called 011 for trial, when i: appearing that the witr.c-yes for 1 .? defence were n?*t in attendance, the cj?c wh set down for Tuesday u:-xt for trial. Thomas Burton ami Daniel Driscnll, beys, were tried for gran : I irceny in stealing twi . upper Lox?-a worth i40. ui?l for the purpose of raising bonses ti 1 m a bouse in the Bowery oppo ..:<? the Thea re on the 30th of April Ja??, tiie property of lien jomia Brown, of No. 17 l*.:i .streo:. The boxen bad been Stowed away by the hoys, ore m Anthony am) the otr.er in Oral :':'?<?'. where they were found by virtue of inlbnuatien derived l.-.i:- ?ie iioys. As this information wun otitsined by promises of I r to the L<n- if they confessed, the j^ry foand them n.-t guilty. The in igmzance impleoded with the above wis forf? i??d for nor. appear im e to answer. Edward W. Power was tried n - burglary in the 3d degree? bre ikiag into the a op of rJenn Clay, No. 219Grand-street, and stealing U .i-^a 1 : rar: carpeting worth $10, on the night of the 24th of .1 inuary !a-r. The carpet wan tracei! M the house of Patrick Kelly, in CUapei-strect. where prisoner whs anid by K -.ij re i ive sold it 1 and officer Helyea deposed that the jyrio oner acknowle i.e I to bitn, after his arrest, t tat he went in com? pany wi;a J ones Bowen, a colored innn. fnow in the ;ka:e Pris on.) to the shop of Mr. Cias . that Ii?v*cn lirok?: the hxili, and that they carried oh"" the carpet together, which prisoner soU to K-:l!ey. Tiie jury found liiui (juilty, ar. i the Oii.rt sentenced h:ra to the State Prison for three years. He wan then fined eix I ce:i-s on a '.inner c? iviction lor petit larceny. ArratsTtmeutof Chorlet /?'. Mitchell?This person, an Ex Member ol Congress, was yesterday brought into Court by nlH 1 er Li- wyer, | its coonsel, Messrs. ?avi.i Grnhoin mui J. B L.? Forge. l>eing present.) and arraigned on an indictmest ch.argin'; I him with for-erj in the 21 iJegree, in having forged a draft on j the B :?.:; of Orle ?? s at Albion for 5-100, in his own favor, on Mr. Patchin, ofon Albany Bank, bo the 18thof March last, with intent ui defrau 1 Messrs; John D. Smith and TIioiumh S. Umlvr bill. He eatereii the p'isor.rr's b*:x. but aid not p.ea^ to the in? dictment, when ore. of his counsel, David Graham, Kacp, made a motion to ?; 1 L?h t! e indi tuneoC He did this, bo said, on the jrro ind that the Court a*, tiie Ending of the indictment, was im properly anf illegally eon?atured..ahd that it whs. in fact, no Conn ; for t;i it by the Constitution an I the the law of theState. the Aldermen (Ferris and Smith) who were tiien upon the bench ; id no right to -: ., J.'- and 'e-ally formed nd par: of the CV>un. as !vonId ippear by the statute, passed the Hth ?>f May. 1840, ?*'?:.. :. ? ii is that tile Court of 8e?sioOS sb?t! COTUUStof the order Rod two Associate Ju ices, and that the Aldermen are confined as Judges to the Social Se*sinns. Mr. Graham de nie t the rightoTtbis Court .utlienconjeilute.J.torreeivea plea. at: ! g r.e-...-.- of his r>o:ion to ?jua?h the iodicwieiit. tn-u a j.ny mi fhi ? e appoints i to argue ;::e ipieanon. ?ie was rep to bv District Attorney, who required the osnial ne?e* as to of iui : m and in tins was so??.ned by tne Oiun. who re, tested Mr. Graham to eohfonn to the rule The mo ri m was then ,et lew, for srm.n.7* ? ?V ^ Mxt The prisoner was then recommitted 10 prison. Jo n Herrin<' wus pttt uf?n hu trial for obtsintng goods un der r-'.e preten es, ei'. : <i lore 10 '-:,e aiaemniof $11 13. from W*..'.;..:n V Gnire.ofrTo 131 West street, on the l2thof last Prisooer stue-i thst he kept ? Portcr-Houst at No . - id way, an?' thus obtained t!:e ?rre lit sn.l the articles.? In the utdieunent however, it was charged that he kept a Re fr^wri). The indictment was t'-us remicred futilly defective, and a tenor was withdrawn sod t^e c?*e disconunued. At' it*c OFFICE LN O. 3 0 \ X \ i-tanre <*f the oertplainant. who did n.; wi h to nroeecute liim 'arther; ilutjmsouetwas thene*c)j laaJthecw tdismi.-X:. C?ec/ Jfr. ..?^.-Alexander t;. Coxe, who was several ?Ti*^ - i'r?rH-nv ander rtU^pre mces, who absented himself before the rcrdict of the jurv Ua* ? lercdto avoid re^ejr^sentence, wa, arrested in Ph^M i an Wednesday, a*-! fciken be'ore the Recorder of that eitr. ihn: functionary treated tue officer politely an.! arnted with the insel of Mr. Coxe tti requesting htm to accompany the officer - wans at} rather than to await the tedious pPve?^t requisition, which he consented to do, and accord akty du) ? Yesterday the case was brought before the Court of Sesmotui of is city, and. on motion of the District Attorney, the prisoner vas committed t p prison to await his sentence. Police OrricE.?Stealing Boots.?Ott Wednesday right, Mr. Isaac Dijtpoldt, of No. tS Chrystie street, heard sonie ner sons in an adjoining yard convrr.se iti a low to.-.e of volet- aud :eard the rtstling of leather, which induced htm to go round by an alley-way and see what caused it. He there found two boys, with 4 pair of boots, evidently stolen. He seized .me of tue boy*, named Theodor- Lowene, aud lodged htm in the watch-house, the oilier boy escaping. One other pair of foots ?.NM? found in an adjoiningyard, and yesterday inorn?uj tue boy Lowene was brought before the Police,where Mr. Bn?ch Denn, of No. 130] Bowery, appeared, made affidavit that he had been rubbed of 12 pair of boots, of w hich those 5 pair in the Office formed a parr, and the boy was then committed to prison. Whipping and Slabbing.?A woman named Martha Corn well, of Ho. :.??.'( Monroe-street, gave a girl named Mary Hart, of No. 32 Walnut ??reet. a severe beating with a cow hi de whip. when Mary gave Martha a severe stab iii th.Ie with <ome sb irp instrument Officers Harman and King arrested the pair and brought them to the Police Office, and utey were both on toss complaints sent to prison to answer. Coroxkk's Office ?The Coroner yesterday held an is> pest at his office in the Halb of Justice on the bodv of Williaro A rents, a native of this city, aged H years. The decease.! was greatly addicted to intemperance; so much so. that his wile and family, a considerable time since, were compelled to sepa? rate themselves from him, owing to bis being in almost a contus : ual state of intoxication. On Vvednesday evening he went into t i cooper's shop at No. t?6 Hester street, and .'aid down in <i>me shavings, where he continued all iiitrht. and was fouxd there dead yesterday morning. Verdict?Died of intemperance. Also on the body of an unknown infant, found in a box in a yard adjacent to the burying ground of St. Jshn's Church. Dr. I Creveling.executed a |K>si mortem examination of the !>.>.!v. and decided that it had been stillborn. Verdict accordingly, CHURCHES vs. THEATRES. Mr. Editor:?I toad with much surprise in TlIK SUN of yesterday, an article Jrvdating to Theatres, Lecttires, Class meetings, &c. I regarded the article as editorial, ami won Icred at th..- new-fangled zeal of this editor and ivou)d-bc re? former. Well, I thought, his view, being correct, th< ('I ris I nan community have la-en acting with a real not sj.cding t i knowledge. Instoad of sending missionaries to prcai h the; ! everlasting gospel among those who sit in darkness a id the sbadttw of death, they should as the least injurious have sent but to ev.-rv part of the earth n well-drilled theatrical Ycorps to improve the morals'of mankind. Something ?<???, . if not under die Sun, at least in it. I Bupposo that tin* next improvement which tho 'independent' ami moral editor of the I Sun will suggest, w;ll l>o a general theatrical late, by ?hieb nil Churches and School-houses are to be transformed to Theatres with all their moralizing et eeleras, for the benefit of the ri-ing generation. Not only an- uil religious sects included in this genera] denunciation that Church-meetings' arc more demoralising than Theatres (!) hut the Methodist Episcopal Church, more numerous in hhis country than any other denomination of Christianity, is singled out for particular obloquy. It is known thnt thi. is the only Church having 'class-mci tingSy and these meetings, so far from being evening-meetiugt, ate generally held oh Sunday- oi week-day afternoous. I speak for one. I have been seventeen years u Methodist, yet I have 'never,- in the hundreds of'class-meetings' that 1 hnvei attended, witnessed or heard the least thing that could au ihoruc tin* Sun's outrageous attack : on tho contrary, th-** meetings, which nre> regarded by the Church as the bom) of : rothcrhood, exert an influence that would awe into annihila? tion the uxhallowed sensation which the Sun contends these meetings arouse. S>ia>u. ! where u thy t,lu,h .' This (Thursday) morning th.liter, (or sunn- one who pays hu?, for inserting, as. editorial, a swaggering article,) denies that the abusive piece of yesterday was editorial,and asserts that it was put in, and paidforms an adve irusi-mmt. It"tiiis is true, why did it not come out or appear as an ad? vertisement. It was in the same column, the same typo, and with tin' saiii't general dress us other editorials ; ami though the editor may huve some private, mark or record h} which he can distinguish thi-1 .'is an advertisement, it can avail him nothing at tho bar of an outraged Christian public. Kven though it had been a regular advertisement, and in it- own .Irers iii-tea.l of the editorialgarb, what could excuse oi pal? liate this paid-for -lander of the whole Christian community. [ \ legal tribunal holds tie- Press responsibli for slanderous advertisements as well as editorials. The Christian nubble will do the same.'] 1 It win paid fur'?SO much the worse! Had th** editoi honestly mistaken the subject, and issued, un bought, his own sentiments, men might at hut have been ox cited to pity and forgive bim; believing that his rago was less from dislike of Christiau assemblage and worship than from admiration "I Theatre?perhaps his j*I:;r> oi worship? and that the ' class-meetings' to which ha alludes were in, tho side-rooms thereunto pertaining, Unfortu: ately for the editor 10 such excuse can now be oftt-rod. View the subject as wo m.iv, the only reason that he can give for hi< shameful c4r> duct, is that hi: wai bribed?had joined bund with ?' tlwiurn. tar least erectej .-[lint that fell From Heaves?for e'i m in Heaven his looks an.! thoughts Were always downward bet l. admiring morn The riehesof Ifeavon'a pavement, trodden^#ld, Taaa aughtdlvine or holy, else enjoyed In vision beatirx." I have no personal interest in any paper ofthe city. I [ like an independent, but not an irresponsible pn ? ; and, in conclusion, I would say not only to the Methi I who are singled out as a mark for the Sun's malfgnanity, but to the .. ole Christian community. Will yon lenget w sr and pam i .-r tin- viper whose highest aim is to crawl in shining muck, and use hi* deadly Sting T Yours, Ovce a ' Subscriber to 1 it.-. Sun. Goon and Had News.?H^d news weakens th action of the beart, oppresses the lungs, destroys the appetite, stop? ligestion, and pnrtiaJiv suspends all the funcuoru of'the system. An emotion of shame flushes the face t C ar btstneam, js',y iUummatcs iti and an instant thrill eicctrifiei n tniLvm of nerves. Surpris... spur? the pulse to , S^P; J?n?? inftses great energy.; VoUti on command', a. d hnndmis td rnnsajles sprir^to execiite. Powerful. irnotin m ? kilUths, , ?. aglrokc. Chile, Diapsras, S-rhor!,-. rh ,1 .,fj?y at . ?:;;...;,tm games. T!?o;fews of a deR-at kill. LJ htlip V. ,, e ,.r ^ Pop? died of an emouon of the Ludtcroc. urn Kranit his r*t monkey robed in pontificals and ocenpying tho ? ?r ...... Molev Mulnck,was carried upon th* Geld of riia:rot state. . . ? ? ? ?? in the last stages id an incurable disease ; :;>on seeing army give 'vu>' ^'' ?"1"1,'<- hiatjianic-stricken troiips/rblusd 11 ick the tide of onttle, shouted victory, and died. ThedboP" ecper of Congress expired <>n bearing of the surrender of f. rnwallis. Eminent public sra'ak'r- have often dim! in the midst of an impassioned burst of eloquence,'or wiien the en erssodeo tiiat produceii it had suddenly subsided. La ravc, tlie Tuimg Parisian, died when he heard that the mu ? ;i priw? tor wic h he had competed wn. adjudged to an ther. Hill at New-York was aprirehended for theft, and. taken before the police, rJinugh in perfect health, mental ? ay forcod the baa d from bis nc-trils, arid h- was carr?-d hji ai.d died. ^ _ ? TnLutarien to the Sca.'?h is r-irv.u* tn notice the distance which streams somotirmv m<-ar.der ere they are lost in the Ocean wave. If. Chautauq C unty, in New-Yorft, i r,,r..| a laJ<e. the nortfv-rn eatre-ni-y of which is only eight m fes di-tant from bike Era-, and yet it empties its waixrs ir.,',trat Atlantic, by the Coocwaago, AUeghony, Ohio an*! Mw-ij-ippi rrrers.