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FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Batcbdat, June 9?4 P. H. The usual (lulnoss of Saturday waa experienced on the Stock Exchange to-day, but prices wore well sustained, and, pending a summer rise, the market Is likely to re main firm In view of the prevailing monetary ease and the largely increased earnings of nearly all the leading railways. Call loans are made freely at five per cent, while first class commercial paper is discounted at i a 0 per cent, and the supply of loanable funds at this centre will bo Increased on the 16th Inst, by the payment of $10,950,000, tlio semi-annual interost on the seven thirty loan. At the early session of the open board New York Cen tral sold at 97V. Erie 03V ? V. Cleveland and Toledo 106, Michigan Southern 79V, Cleveland and Pittsburg 02, Rock Island (a 3) 92V, Northwestern 80^?pre ferred 00V, Port Wayne 90 V- 4' the first regular board the markot was quiet, and New York Central closed V lower than at the half-past two board yesterday, Erie V. Michigan Southern V. Northwestern V?preferred V, Sort Wayne V, Quicksilver %, Western Union Telegraph j V. Government securities wore steady, excepting cou pon five-twenties of 1S02, which advanced V. and seven thirty notes of the second sories, which declined V At the open board at one o'clock the nndertono of the market was firm, but prices were without material alter ation, and the volume of business was light. Erie sold at 62V, Reading 109V, Michigan Southern 79 V, Cleve land and Pittsburg 82V, Northwestern 30 n?'?preferred 60V, Catawlssa 77V, Port Wayne B01,'? Western Union Telegraph 61 V a 61V- During the rest of the afternoon the market remained duH, hut firm, and at five o'clock the following quotations were current:?New York Cen tral 97 V a 97 V, Erie 03V a 03 V, Reading 109V a 109 V, Michigan Southern 79V a 79V, Cleveland and Pittsburg 83V ? 83V, Koclc Island 92V a 03, Northwestern 30V ? 31, preferred 00 V a 60V, Port Wayne 96V a 90V, Canton 58 V a 39, Cumberland 46 a 40V. The gold market has been steady. The opening price was 139V, followed by a decline of V and an advance to 139V- At half-past three the price was again 139 V, but It finally recovered to 139V a %. There was an active borrowing demand from tbo "shorts," and loans were made at 1-32 a 3-32 in favor of the lender of the coin. The export of specie from this port to-day aggregated $2,125,300, of which the City of Ixindon took $1,000,000, the Teutoula $384,000 and the Pulton $741,300. The ?toamcr Propontls, from Philadelphia, also took $25,000. The range of the gold market during the weok was as under:? Ilinh'tL Lcfwftt. Monday i-44 140 V Tuesday 14?V 143V Wednesday 145 V 143V Thursday 145 V 142V Pridav 141V 13XV Saturday 139 V 139 V Foreign exchange was inactive and bankers' bills on England at sixty days were nominal at 10i\, three days HIV Petroleum and mining stocks continued dull. At the first board BennohofT Run Oil closed 50c. lower than at the same time yesterday, Belling at $4 60; BeuneholT Run 90c., selling at $11 25; New York and Alleghany 25c., selling at $4 50. B*?voort sold at $1 26, Rynd Farm 29c., United States $5 65, Benton $1 25, Hopo Cold $3 10, Canada Copper $1. Stockholders in the various city funds are notified that the assessments on their shareB of stock must be cor rected at the office of the Commissioners of Taxes and Assessments, 32 Chambers street, on or before the 30th of the present month. I The open board of brokers have passed a resolution I suspending any member of the association who deals in ?tooks up town after six o'clock In the evening. This is a good rule for adoption, but one difficult of enforce ment We are the hardest worked people in the world and Wall street ha.- a relish for activity, but the day is quite long enough for the transaction of business In gold and stocks, and It la to be hoped that the nightly orgioe wbioh marked the period of the Evening Exchange will never be revived. But crowds of familiar "gold room" and "long room" faces are again nightly to be seen up town with eyes full of speculation and tongues giving uttoranoe to the unmistakable lan guage or the "street," wbloh Indicates that business is with them the order of the night as well as of the day. These men would be better at home, and we are glad to find that the great majority of all the broken are opposed to night work. . 11i? unpromising condition of the Iuiom of Austria and Italy and tho superior position of Prussia are shown by their last budgets. The budget of Austria for IBM presents a total of expenses of 631,273,881 florins, and of receipts, 491,134,736 florins; deficit, 40,139,140 florins. Of Prussia for 1806, expenses, 160,699,104 thalers; re ceipts, 160,714,031 tbalers; surplus, 114,807 thalers. Of Italy for 1806, expenses, 878,636,000 francs; reoelpts, 009,488,608 francs; deficit, 904,197,037 francs. In the Austrian budget the army and navy were put down for 00,608,981 florins; In the Prussian for 44,360,948 francs; ta ths Italian 940 000,000 francs. The Philadelphia Clearing House Association have unanimously agreed not to receive the notes of 8late banks on deposit or In payment of debts, unless re deemed by a bank belonging to the association, after the 16th Inst. This action seems to us uncalled for; but the amount of State notos In circulation Is too small to give It Importance. State bank notos will bo worth as much after the now tax law regarding thorn comes into opera tion as they are now, and the latter does not Interfere with their free clrculat.on, but Is levied spociacally upon the banks Issuing them after the 16th Inst. Coleman s Han Francisco circular of the 18th of May says:?"The domuud for monoy Is light. The market Is well supplied with available moans and a greater accu mulation of capital may be noted. It seems to bo con ceded now by many of our bankers and business men that rates of interest are likoly to be still further re duced the current year by the Increasing competition of money lenders Tho prevailing rate in bank Is ono per cent per month, with occasional transactions at 1)4. In tho open market loaua are made at 9 per cent per an num to 1 * per cent per month; nothing, however, but the choicest aecurltiea being takon at the lowest range. Receipts of treasure from domestic sources since the date of our last relcrence amount to 81,106,1X10, mak ing an aggregate of 12,600,000 thus far during the cur rent mouth. >sw York Itock Rirhas(?. Kati boat, Jiiuu 9, 1804 ?irht SKSXIOH?10:30 A. M. $1140001*80 *..-20i 'fl2 108* ltX)*h*Q'*il M Co.bio 61* .MXxl I .-xS'*.6.20.r,'62 102* Him) do,. 2d call. 61 eoool'Hd's tlx reg 122 HIM) llostoo VV I"r.bl6 60* 10000 l" * 6's'81 c?u 109* H00 do 60\ 10000 180'a 6 20 C'04 102* 100 do bl6 6(1* 0000 180 ?6 _0 r ?4 102* 100 NY Central RR.. 97 * 11000 1*8 0'S, 6-H0, '06 102* WOO do 97', 101)00 I 8 f.'a 10-40c 90* 100 do 97* 8600 T n,7 3-10 .1sts lOHi, 60 do <00 96 600 do, small 2d ? 102 100 do Hdcl. alO 97 1600 do 103)4 400 do Oil 800 do, small, 3d s 103 360 Par Mall 8 Co... 210 600 do, small 102 100 III fen Railroad. 121 >4 40<i0 do 102)4 100 do 181 laouo Tcnn O's 92 600 Erie Kail way.... 03 0000 d? 92* 20 do 03 260.0 do c 93 200 do..2d < all. 02* 80000 KCarolina 0'?. hi 0 KT AN HRR.. 109)4 WOOD Mis-ouri 0s.. 79)4 120 Reading Railroad 109 I'XX) do..2d Cell 80 1000 do 109* 1000 Callforna 7's. 114 200 Mich font R R.. 108* 10000 Virg nla 0 a... tt?) St 40o Mich 8 A N Ind R TV IOOO N Y 7's, bty L 102<4 100 do b3 79)4 61 MX) do 102* 200 Ulev A Pills R R 82* 3000 do..2d call 102 000 do s3 82* 2IMKX) OA Mmr U30 38* 100 do 82* 10000 do 28* 200 do blO 82* 3000 NYCen: a'76c lot 6(8) do 82* 1000 Hud Rlv1stm 102 * 600 do t>6 82* 9000 111 Central Ms 103 7 Chi A NW RR .. 30 8000 flu ANW sfb 95 100 do blO 30* 1000 ( blANWut m 80* 100 do KtO 81 1000 M ich 8 2d in 90 100 do b30 30V 8009 Del,LAWlatra 101* 200 do 30* 40000 Am gold...i?0 130* 200 2d c 30* 12 aha Ilk Stale NY 109 200 do 80* 10 Bank of the Com 101 * 710 Hti A NW rref. 00 20 Central Nat Bk. 107 loot hi 4 R Irf'd Kit 92* 90 Mer Rx Bank... 116 18 MllAIMnChId pf 85 10 Nassau Bank lim jim Tol.Wab A W RR 30 2O0 Fourth Nat Bank 103* 20U I'ltta,FtWAt hRR 90* 100 llruna'k C I. Co. m .kmi do 90* 100 Wllkesharrei Ho 64* loo do blO 90* 200 We?ternUalonTel 01* 2iw do 90* 100 do blO 01* 20 Alt A Ter 11 pref 41 10 do 02 10 Ktonintlon RR.. 110 |o? do ?30 02 90 Nj Central uk . 117 xi do *30 fiO 900 MM It St Paul RR 100 do 01* 971 Mil A 8t Paul pf. f\ 400 do 01 100 do 71* 209 00., 3d call. 00* 100 do 2.1c 71* floboken Intelligence A Max Paowvrn.?Reenrdor Avery held an Inqneat yesterday on the laxly of Anthony Blltson, who fell from the etrlugpiece at the dock foot of First street Into the water He was trying to make fast a boat, when the rope snapped and swept him off. A verdict of arc! denial drowning was returned, Pecessed wa< forty Ave years of age, and had hesn In the employment o( Morris A t, jmtnlus , of this city, for twenty years. The Negro Troopa In Texas. Portse*a Momhhl June 7,1*00 It la slated that only twd regiments of negro tmope pow remain In Tsxae?4he Nineteenth and feventb? numbering altogether about one tbvuaand two hundred jneo. - THE F A 8 H I O N 8. Europe About to Put on n Now Drew The Coming Chung* of Attire fl?r Pruneo and Austria?The Funhlon Writer* end Inventor*?Almost Killed with Ktndnesa? Vwleuble Advlee to latdle*?English Beuotlea no They Ap pear In Purl*?Inmmer Muterlul*, Co lors and Patterns?A Description of a Splendid Toilet, dee. OUR PARIS FASHIONS CORRESPONDENCE Paris, May 21, 1806. I Politicians, economists and all the learned brotherhood | of your valued paper have doubtless informed your reader* in scientific language that "Europe is undergoing a crisis." I will not repeat the fact, but will simply add, In my own plain form of apeech, that my opinion Is ths old lady Is very badly "got up*' and requires e de cided change in the cut and shape of her skirts. There Is something to be taken In, as far as France Is concerned, under the right arm, and a very awkward bulge to bo let out, as regards Austria, about ths lower part of her garment The latter has used the privilege of crinoline for a considerable length of time, and now that this article Is gradually going out there seems to be no reason why she should keep up the fashion to the exclusion of all the other ladles who press around her. On the other hand, sho cannot be blamed for hanging fondly to the decora tive part of her attire. She is well aware that if she were to make the sacrifice of the sweep and curve of her train she would bo obliged, for the sake of uniformity and consistency, |to diminish her proportions towards the npper part of her toilet; or If not, the contending harpies, supposing they did leave hor any hair on her hoad, would cortainly take possession of what she wears over It, and that Is her crown. The loss of such an or nament, when one has got so accustomed to it that it feels as comfortable as a nightcap, would bo no less painful than the consciousness of looking and feeling flat Austria is therefore perplexed and must advise with some of her still amicably disposed neighbors. I, for one, entertain strong hopeB that a good understanding will be brought about if Austria will but go with the times and discard her crinoline to bogln with, which is made of I do not remember bow many bars, and they are all iron. Talking of advice, I foar your readers will tbink I am turning sentimontal If I offer them a word of the same. It would be very ungratoful of tliom; for my Intentions aro pure. The suhjoct is a matter of dress, of course. It seems a light subject, but that is a fatal error; no ono but a professional fashion poster can know what is to be endured In this department of art. I will montlon one or two inflictions and give tlio advice afterwards. Firstly, tho most incongruous articles are thrust down one's throat (readers are warned this is a figure of speech) in the shapes of pomatum, false hair, tooth brushes, nail perfectors?and as to gutta percha made up into portative articles, It Is positively obtrusive. These divers items are sent to the writer's quarters for acceptance on condition that he or she will rocommend their Inventions to the public. If, after this, supposing the case to be mlno, my unfortunate servant were to neglect oarrytng bock tho above men tioned properties to their several owners I should have to cross swords In mon's clothes at evory turning of tho Bols de Boulogne, or pop off revolvers at shopkeepers' bruins In darkeued rooms, unless I chose the other alter native and recommoodod gutta porcha to your readers until death Bhould follow. A very acute and clever sor vant Is therelore In constant requisition, and there is no denying that a very clever servant is a great nuisance In a quiet household. Secondly there are dinner parties out of number to be refused, and that with as much conviction as Is generally shown In a com of self-preservation. If once drawn by surprise Into a snare of this kind martyrdom would be glorious In the cora pauy of Madame, who has invented "a new wig," or Mile. P., who oan "wash away wrinkles," or Monsieur 8., who has studied tho problem of "ladles' Btsys," and each and all bop# that publicity will be given to their "creations," and that their honored guest will do their establishments the favor of a call, or they will call themselves, which seems more eonvenlent; and they do call at any hour and at all hoars. What Is to be done to these benofactore of humanity f As I listen to them, with or without patience, as tb* osse may be, while they volubly press pots of woU meaning articles on me, 1 in variably trust that faith, which removos mountains, will be strong enough to shake their convictions In the mor tis of their discoveries, and I never show these indefati gable inventors out until I see the particular specimens of their genius In their own possession. Thus It Is clearly proved that if dross is a light subject It Is not without lis attendant disadvantages, and no little discrimination Is necessary undor Dame Fashion's banner. Her lady champioo, though only armed with a steel pen, has taken care to choose her weapon well, and, Uke the knights of old, she will never use it unless in a good cause. May this consideration give weight to the counsel which follows, inspired by the unfortunate appearanoe of three London ladies, who created quite a burlesque sensation on the Boulevards yosterday:? "Never buy a bonnet because It is pretty, unless in keeping w.tli the dress It is to be worn with. "Never dress your hair m a fashionable style If it doos not become the shapo of your bead and form of your features. "Never sarrillce tidiness to finery. This may bo very elementary advice, and because it is so, It is always neg lected. A little Parisian lady gaily tripping oil to business Is a living Illustration of natUness and the tasteful arrange mi nt of the slraploet articles of atttro. Her drfeas may be made ol the plninoi-t material, but It is cut llio proper length all round; her Jacket lias s graceful fall on the shoulders and shows the waist in Its proper place. Her bonnet may be but sparsely ornamented, but whntever la on It?a sprig of flowers or a plain piece of ribbon? tlist trimming is sure to be selects with reference to something and placed Just whore it ought to bo. Her gloves are never without buttons and lit tonmrrlv, ibough cracks may have been defeated by a stitch in time; her boots faultless, her whole nppearsnce so fresh nnd neat thai no one would helievo how trilling was the amount spent on the trim little figure. Arrangement is the sis-ret. Husbands would swesr a great deal less over monthly accounts If wives would but consent to be elegantly and simply dressed, only they linen n great deal too much to the fuisome Mattery ol their ladlos' maids who always ill nk "MLs-us looks so nice In them ribbons, them big Ix-ads and tr.mnilu sand all!" which luxuries arc open ? hps-la coveted by themselves or admired by their fol lowers. Hut to return to the three caricaturee before men tioned thai I hail the rurioeity to follow along the s-phslt as I summed up their deficiencies nnd su;ierfluous finery the hair of those British exotica was combed l*ck and curtail and plaited and crossed Willi hands, hut still reminded me or hay lielcls, birds' nests, uucropi>ed hedges or anything rural, and nothing intended in the (Jreotna or Pompadour style, as If people could look rlaesicnl at command. Their three rotiea were, of course, "d 1'emptre," but whh hf The empire of umbrella rases, I suppose. Tlietr mwiillea hung on pointed shoulders like mackin toshes on pegs; the gypsy bonnets recalled to my memo ry the swalhed-up heads of Macbeth a w itches. The long Mourn ad pel tiros t* were murb tumbled from awkward silling or bed pa. king. One had on a Bono,, ton chain <-<ini|>oacd of crushed forgal-me-nola, which are not likely to be ever forgotten by thoee who saw them Not only were these fashion loving beauties drewed without taste, but their things looked untidy, as If they had been put on while the wearure were runniug after a departing train. Many people have no idea of Judgment In dress, though they think of I tile else but dreea There arc ladies who never go to bed of an evening without eettllng what i hey w II put on the next mernlug. If the stars are bright, they tall asleep with an Idea of sporting a new msuve auk on the morrow; and be It Mne or foul the new mauve Oomee dow u to breakfast and goes out for a walk, regardless of qpddy streets. Now a lad/ who baa to wade through ma adem and dirt carta at the early hour of nine in a mauve silk will look anything hut fashionable, even though she may hava "dressed for the day" and Is In tent oo v suing picture galleries or public monuments, where simplicity In all wealbsra la always more appro priate than draggled finery. drays are alwaya worn on morning excursions, or any other" black and wbits summer material. Foulard*, rhn-ked silks, white alpacas or printed muslins a liuie later In the afternoon, when full dreea is not required. Colors vnry according to ages and not caprice. Cerise, blue, mauve, pink or white for young people; corn color, greco, violet, brown, buff, crimson, are more becoming Uie r rhaperoita If plain materials are preferred Jackets and skirts are alwaya mode to match, and they are trimmed with taffeta of the saine shade aa the drew. Thtat simple rrrkt rk* between the hour* of nine and (bur will always lodicale mors rehnament than all the newest trimmings on the newest material* Patterns are very large this snmmer on printed mns lln?. The most fashionable represent whole conserve tortee of fiowrra. Tboy admit, of courts, of no trim mink'. The bo ern, or bodice veste. Is worn without sleeves over white Dariheldls. It is made of black silk marked over w th Mack nnd white heeds on braiding, or of red, bh e and white French merino trimmed with an edg'ng se?n on narrow Algerian r hbon. Black grotied muslins m-tka very pretty llnnhaldls Hie same of brown hoi land, with fine whit hnen b *nrt on? and pointed collars, will t? grem a-, arils over merninv skirts White foul ard w ii i* v ,rn for the same purpose with chnmbrajrf and muehna. Tire re is i novelty In the *~w1nr together of gored Sk'rtS, Instead of silt htng the seem* together oti the W 1-ng Sid", one IMIioped selvage la yl ,n-d ov er Its neigh bor ng width, and In m h w allop ? button whk b firmly I fixes both together .'fie shape of under petticoats la not at nil Immaterial; much depends on the way they ate made. Let the front width be gored and flat, and when the petticoat Is flounoed or frilled this trimming must not be gathered on the front width. There is no novelty In boots, shoes and stockings be yond those I mentioned In a preceding letter. The following Is the description of s rich toilet sent from I "aria to one of the most fashionable watering places In Germany:?The dress, somewhat short, Is mads or lapis laszull silk. A deep border of embroidery (Turkish pattern) Is worked round ths bottom In varie gated silks over a skirt of white gros de Naples, bordered with blue, which border Is worked as above. The basques of the casaque are cut in points, each point trimmed bv a rich tassel; the belt, epaulettes and ouflk all to match the embroidery. The hat with this Is made of rice straw, trimmed with crystal drops and a garland of small water lilies, with a trail of the same over the left shoulder. Parasols, for no reason I can as yet account for, ars armed with formidable looking spikes at the forule end. I suppose the Idea originate* In the fishing mania, which propensity affords food for reflection. THE SUNDAY LIQUOR LAW. A Test Case as to Its Constitutionality? Injunction Against the Board of Health, Hxelse Commissioners and Me tropolitan Police, As. COURT OP COMMON PLB AS?CHAMBERS. Before Judge Cardoso. Paul Folk t*. The Board tf Health, Excite OommMon ert and Metropolitan Police Department.?A case which will probably test ths constitutionality of the new Sun day Liquor law came up yesterday before Judge Cardozo, In the Court of Common Pleas. Paul Falk, proprietor of the I.lon Brewery and Park, applied to the above men tioned justice for an Injunction, restraining the de fendants from Interfering with him In the keep ing open of his place to-day, and also prevent ing him from selling lager beer and othor refreshments. The main point upon which the Inlnnction is granted is that Mr. Falk held a license from the old Board of Ex cise, allowing him to carry on his business until July 4, 1868. Under this license Mr. Falk contends that the new liquor law oan not deprive him of the right to re main open every Sunday, as any other construction of the law would bo In violation of tho fundamental princi ple that no vested contract with the State can be In fringed or abrogated before the expiration of Its term. Under the old law placos were only prohibited from sell ing on Sunday ale, porter and strong and spirituous liquors. Mr. Falk's counsel contends that lager beer Is not included under the above specifications, as it is not strong or spirituous liquor; and that the Court of Ap peals in a dictum has, for all practical purposes, decided that the human stomach can not contain a sufficient quantity of lager beer to produce Intoxication. TUB COMPLAINT upon which Judge Cardozo granted the Injunction Is ex ceedingly voluminous, but the principal points aro as follows:? That on the 28th day of June, A. D. 1805, he (Falk) re oo'vod a license to noil strong and spirituous liquors and wines, to bo drank in his liouso and on bis premises, known as the Linn Brewery, at 110th street, In the city of New York, undor the act of April 10, 1857. Thai the plaintiff procured snd paid for tho said I'cense, relying In good faith upon all tho provisions of the said act of the legislature applicable thereto, and the rights and privileges secured to him thereby, and particularly on the specification of tho length of time the said license was to endure, and that he wonld not otbor wiso have paid tho license fee exacted from bira. That, relying also in goodfaith upon the provisions of the said act, and the rights and privileges seetirod to him thereby, and particularly the right or privilege of selling for the whole parlod designated thereby. In refer ence to such a license, the plaintiff purchased a largo amount of stock for the purposes and benefit of the business to be conducted thereunder, consist ing of brandy. whiskey, rum, sherry wine, port wine, Rhine wine, nock, ale, beer, laser beer and sugar, of which stock on tho 1st day of May, 1866, the plaintiff had upon his said premises belonging to him, unsold, In value or amount ten thousand dollars and upwards. That after obtaining the said license, and Injrlew thereof, the plaintiff cbnformod all his business plans and arrange ments thereto, which bo would not have done but for the bellof that he would onjov all tho rights and privileges conferred and as conferred thoroby for the poriod specified In the law undor which It was granted. That a very profitable part of the plaintiff's business before and at the time of obtain ing tho license was conducted after the hour of twelve o'clock at night, and for as long after that hour as the 61aintlff choso, on special occasions, to keep his placo of uslness open, wliien rested eutlroly In his own discretion; and al*o tho dispensing of food and lager beer on Sundays to travellers and others coming mostly from other wards 'han tho ward In which the plaintiff's place of business Is situated, and from beyond the city of New York, and that this right was one of the controlling Inducements to obtaining and pay ing the requisite fee for the said license and purchasing the business stock hereinbefore referred to: that lager beer If neither strong nor spirituous, but I* a beverage, of which the human etomach cannot contain a sufficient quantity to Intoxicate; that the act of the Legislature of the State of New York, pasted April 14, IBM, entitled "An act to regulate the sale of Intoxicat ing liquors within the Metropolitan Police District of the Stale of New York," as will appear by reference to Ita provisions, haa assumed or professes to rescind or take away the plain tiff's rlgbt to sell or prosecute business in any form un der or by virtue of the said license, from and niter May 1,|1M0, and to absolutely nullify that license as of and from that day; that by abridging the houra during which the plaintiff waa or is entitled to keep open hia plane of business, and requiring It to be kept completely and effectually closed between the hours or twolvo o'clock at night and sunrise on and of every day in the week, ex cepting Sundays, on which days it is to lie kept com pletely and effectually closed the whole day, the last mentioned act has deprived, or assumed to deprive, the . plaintiff (Irom the lime it professed to become operative) of the benetlts of the business which he at flrd prose cuted, and designed continuing to prosecute, after the hour of twelve o'clock at night on each day of the week, excepting Sunday, and on Sundava in manner as afore said; and has occaslun'-d. and must and will occasion, groat and Irreparable injnrv pi the plaintiff It obliged P> ylold to it for the future; that the plaintiff, on or about the 9th of June, INfifl, received a llcenao under the last mentioned act, which is subject to revocation or cancella tion, ns provided in that act; thus, no far as that license is concerned, professedly selecting the plaintiff to the pro.lslons of that act, and that this step on his part was Involuntary and the result of coercion, growing out of tho assumed or asserted validity of the act and the fear of tho plaintiff that by offending against Its provisions lie would become Itahlo to Its penalties ; that ahould the plaintiff act upon his prior license tho latter would and will be revoked or canrelled by the de fendants, and that while lie adheres to the lauer, as he tins thus far, he does and m-st sustain Irreparable In jury from being deprived of the business conducted by nim alter the hour of twelv > o'clock at night, as aforr sald, and on Sundays, besides being depriv d of all the oilier rights and privileges (including its duration) apper taining to the llrst mentioned license. After reading the above complaint and hearing an ar gument in Its favor by Mr. F. 8. Mallkuecht, counsel of Mr. Falk, Judge Cardoso granted the following Injunc tion:? On the summons complaint, duly verlfled, with schedules annexed, and the annexed affidavit of tho plaiutilT. let the defendants show cause before me at a special term of this Court, to lie held at Chambers, in the City Ball of the city of New York, on the 1.1th day of June, lsffo, at tho open ng of tb court on that day, at ten and a liali o'chs'k, A. M., or a* soon thereafter as counsel can be heard, why an injunction order should not lie granted, during the pendency of this action ns asked for In the complaint. And In tho meantime and until the decls on upon this order to show cause, I do order and direct that the defendants shove named, and each and every one of th in, and each and every patrol man, memtierof the said Metropolitan Police, and each and every person subject to the order and con trol of the sold defendants, or of either of tho said defendants, do ahsolutelv refrain end desist ftnm Interfering In any way with the plaintiff, or Ins business carried on at the Ll-m Breworv, In 110th street, or any other plaee In the city of New York, or wllh those in ihe employ of the said plaintiff, at and in bis said bust nens. under snv pretence, or for any cause whatever, 1 minded or alleged to be founded In or upon the pro visions, or anv of thent, of sn art of ths Legislature of the State of New York, passed April 14, 18W8, entitled "An act to regulate the sale of Intoxicating liquors with in the Metropolitan Police district of the State of New York." or from causing or making any complaint or complaints against the plaintiff, or any arrest or arrests of htm, or instituting or otherwise conducting or prose cuting any other proceeding or proceedings whatever against him, for by reosoo, or In consequence, by virtue, or in pursuance in" any way to that act, or all or any of Its provisions, or from annoying, distiiiblng, molesting, harassing lor embarrassing in any form or manner what ever the plaintiff or his seld business, or those employed hy him therein, by reason or In pur-uancs of all or any one of the provisions of that act, or from enforcing or attempting to enforce that act, or any feature of it In any way whatever, at any time or times," against the plain tiff or his said business, or place or places of buetness. And I do also order and direct that tho defendants, the (alleged) Hoard of Kxdse In and for tho Metropolitan Police di-drh t of the Htate ul New York, excepting and ex cluding ihe county of Westchester, do absolutely refrain and desist from revoking or Interfering in any way with the license granted to the plaintiff under the "act of tho Legislature of the State of New York of April 14, lHflfl," by reason or In conaequenre of any pretended or assumed violation or viola'ions of that act arising or in any way growing out of the exercise of the power*, or any of them, or ihe assertion of ths rights, or any of them, se cured or claimed to be secured to him by the set of April M, ???T. Al.nKIlT CARDOBO, Judge, New York Common Pleas. Jcvs 0, lSffff, 9pt?Take notice that the foregoing Is a copy of an In junction order duly granted by his Honor .Judge Cardoxo this day, the original whereof Is herewith exhibited to you. Your*, Ac. PTAM.KNFcnT ft BALL, Plaintira Attorneys. New Yoss, June 9, 1808. rnrrAKiwn for to-pat. The Cherlff lias been presented with several copies of this Injunction, and, if necessary, will serve It upon the defendants to day. Mr fttafntBecht nl?o had seve ral hundred copies printed In order to he ready to serve any policemen or others attempting to interfere with Mr. Fslk s business with due notice .if the judicial action In Ihe premises. Considerable Interest is fell by the lover* of .-unday lager In the result of this asticn, as It Is regarded as s test cose on the subject Of the right iff selling liquor on dumlag. RELIGIOUS INTELLIGEICE. IcnrMM To-Dljr. The oongrecattoa of 84. James' English Lutheran church will worship In St. Georgs's Episcopal chapel, in Sixteenth street, to-day. At the Church of the Holy Innocents, la West Twenty searenth street, the twelfth anniversary sermon will be preached at ten o'olock this morning. In the University building, In Washington square, there will be a discourse by the pastor of Monnt Zlon church this afternoon. Subject?"The World on Fire." Most Eev. Archbishop MoGloekey will preach at St. MichaeTs church (Ninth avenue and Thirty-second street), this afternoon at five o'clock, and afterwards lay the corner atone of the new parochial school house on the ground adjoining the church. Tickets can be had at Jamee McGee's, No. 333 Ninth avenue. John Williams will deliver the soventh of the course of sermons on "The Things that are doming on the Earth," this evening, at the University Building, Washington square. Suh)ect?"The Restoration of the Jews to Pal estine." At St. Ann's church, In Eighteenth street, Rev. East burn Benjamin will preach at half-past seven and half past ten o'clock In the morning and half-past three o'clock In the afternoon, and Rev. SL T. Holmes In the evening. The afternoon service will be fbr deaf mutes. The Methodist Episcopal church, In Seventeenth street, between First and Secoud avenues, will be reopened to day. Rev. Wm. P. Corbit will preach morning and evening. Rev. Halsey W. Knapp will preach this morning and evening at thn Pilgrim Baptist church, in Thirty-third street, west of Eighth avenue. At the Momorlal church, in'Hammond street,'cornor of Wavorley place, Rev. R. G. Quonnvll, the rector, will preach at half-past ten o'clook In the morning and half past seven In the evening. "The Life of General Scott" is tho subject of a dis course to bo preached this evening by Rov. I)r. Wescott, In his church on Forty-seventh street, betweon Seventh and Eighth avcnuea There will lie services In the Episcopal Free Church of the Redemption, in Fourteenth struct, morniug and evening. In the evening Rov. Dr. Beach, ?f St Peter's church, will preach. Rev. E. 0. Flagg, the rector, will preach in the Church of the Resurrection, on Thirty-Urih streot, near Sixth avenue, morning and evening. There will be a conference of the Christian Union at the Church of the Holy Trinity, cornor of Madison ave nue and Forty-second street, this evening, at eight o'clock. Rev. lira. Hastings and Duryoa will deliver ad dresses. At the same hour there will l>e a conference in the Fourth Btrect Methodist Episcopal ohurch, when Rov. Dr. Foster and others will speak. Rev. James B. Dunn will preach at Palace Hall, in Sixth avenue, bctwoen Forty-tlrst and Forty-second streets, at four o'clock this utlornoon. Rev. Day K. Leo will preach his anniversay sermon at tho Bleeckcr street Universalis! church, at the corner of Downing street, this morning, and in the evening will prench on the "Tho First Christian Revival." To the Amorlcan Protostant Mission Association, Rov. Dr. Trishan D. Gregg, of Dublin, will preuch this even ing in tho Mission room. No. 100 Wost Twenty-fourth street, on "Tho Abolition by the Romans of this Cenlen ual sacrifice in the Christian Church." Miss Ella Van Wie will be In her cabinet, 814 Rroad way, at three and seven P. M. to-day, "To Givo Proof of Spirit, Lite and Power, which she sees and talks with as to human beings." Miscellaneous. There are but tlirco hundred aud six church edifices, freat and small, including all names, in this city. In 786 there were uine only, aud the increase has been very gradual. The table below shows the places of publio worship of each of the denominations ainco 1845:? 1846. 1860. 1866. I860. 1806. Baptists. 23 23 82 33 29 Presbyterians 32 42 49 65 60 Episcopalians. 32 44 64 67 60 Methodists 29 34 41 42 38 Catholics 16 18 24 32 32 Dutch Reformed 18 16 21 24 22 Jews 7 10 19 10 24 Lutherans 3 6 0 7 9 Congregationalism 6 10 7 4 4 Friends 4 4 4 3 8 Unitarians. 2 2 2 2 3 Unh ersalists 4 3 4 4 4 Miscellaneous 10 11 24 21 22 Total 190 220 283 300 300 This table is an Interesting study. Tho Roman Catho lics have more than doubled in number of churches; the Jews havo more than trebled; tho Lutherans have trublod: tho Frionds and Universallsts and Congrego tionalisls havo decreased; the Baptists have guiDcd six churches; tho Mothodlsts less than Is generally supposed; the Episcopalians and Presbytorians had the same num ber of churches twenty years ago, and now the former have four more than the latter. Tho staled meeting ot the Board of Managers of the Amorlcan Blblo Society was held at the Bible House, Astor place, on Thursday, the 7th Inst, Mr. James Lenox, in the chair, assisted by William whlllock, Jr., Norman White, Frederick 8. Winston, and Jarnos Suy dam, vice presidents. The Rev. Isaac G. Bliss, of Constantinople, read the nineteenth psalm and offered prayer. Fourteen new auxiliaries wore recognized, of which there were one each In Vermont, Indiana, Missouri, Kan sas, Georgia and Florida, six In Kentucky and two In North Carolina. Tho Rev. Isaac G. Bliss addressed the Board at length respecting the proposed erection of a Bible House at Constantinople. Communications wore received from tho Bible Society of France, returning thanks for a grant of |8,000; from the British and Foreign Bible Society, accepting the pro posal of this Society to prepare duplicate plates ot the Arabic Scriptures; from Rev William Clark, of Milan, and Rev. Dr. Van Nest, of Florence, relative to the dis tribution of the Scriptures in the Italian army; from Kov. Dr. Schaufller, and other missionaries at Constan tinople, as to the revised edition of llie Hebrew-Spanish Scripture*, with ro|M>rte of Bible work lor missions In North Chins, Persia, Kolspoor, India; from Henry Barney, of Geneva. Agent Milne, ot Buenua Ay res, and Rev. D. Trumbull, o> Valparaiso. Grants ot hooks, amounting to twenty-two thousand nine hundred and twelve volumes, were mad ? chiefly for the 8oulh antl freedmep, to the Amorlcan Sunday School Union, and other benevolent eociotics; also b-nks to tho value ol $1,726, of which $1,600 arc for the South Weetorn Bible Society. The Lutheran Theological Seminary recently estab lished in Philadelphia has secured, rhielly through the ni'inlllcence of the Muhlvnburg family, or Reading, the extensive and valuable library of the late Rev. Dr. Detnnie. Rev. Dr. Francis Joseph von Uadenflold, an Austrian Romish priest, has renounced Humanism and in now preaching in ttita country as a minuter of the Lutheran Church. The health of Bishop Stevens, of Pennsylvania, Is so far shaken by his late alterk?-Iho third of the kind within a few years psst?that Ids physicians have order d bitn upon a foreign tour, in order to tnauro the interrup tion of his wearing responsibilities. A monkish rebellion on Mount Sinai Is reported In a recent letter quoted by the I-ovant HrralA. It appear* that Archbishop Cyril, of the Convent of St. Catherine, having In some way offended bis monks, thy mutinied in a body, seized the archbishop and shut him up In the Ida kholo of the convent. News of the affair was sent by au adherent of the archhlahop to Cairo, whereupon the Viceroy despatched a company of troop* to release the prolate and to restore his authority. There t* some thing nu her comic in the idoa of a Paynim monarch being called upon to restor* the authority of a Christian priest. Dr Pussy Is still pursuing hi* plan of a union between the Church of England and Rome. He writes to the London Huardtan:?"What, I trust, Cod the Holy tihost is calling us to do, is to seek a healthful reunion and In tercommunion with other Cathohca In east and west. Whatever office we may, In Cod's good purpose, have towards the Protestants, will be after, not before, our re union with the reel of Catholic < brin-endom." SHIPPING NEWS. jumsmj foa raw vns*?ran dat. m MSN.... 4 3* 1 aooa nism morn >4* ICS 7 SO I aiua vim morn 8 44 l'orl of S?w lurk, Jane tt, 1N06, CLEARED Steamship cu? of London iBr), Mlrehonse, Queeastown and Liverpool?J O Dale steamsuip United Kingdom (Br), McDonald, Ulaagow via Liverpool?F Macdouald steamship Teutenia i Ham), Haark, Southampton and Hamburg?Kunhardt A t'n. siemn.hlup star of the Colon, Blanchard, New Orleans? H H Cromwell k Co. Steamship Monierey, Whitman. New Orleans?J A flay nor. Steamship Alabama, Llmeburner, New Orleana? D N Car rlngton. steamship Peril. Delanoy. Savannah?I, L Jones, steamship Miaaoun, Lovelaad, Havannah?warrtsos k All**. Steamship Baragoasa, Crnsrell, Charleston?A Leery, Steamship Guests Telfair, Dean, Wtlmington, NC?C H Plurson. steamship Eutaw, Coffin. Beaufort, NC?Murray, Ferrta k COl Steamship Vlien, Lewis, Norfolk, CUy Point and Rich mond?C It Plerson. steamship Vslley City, Bnyder, Norfolk, city Point and Richmond?J Hand. Steamship Nlasers. Coneh, Norfolk, City Point and Rlok mml?<? Ifelneken A Palmore. Steamship New York. I'latl. Aleiandrta?J Hand. Steamship Thames. Swift, Washington, DC?W T Ren-ten. Steamship Chesapeake, Johnson, Portland?H B Cromwell A Co. Steamship Nereus, Bearsa, Boston?Nsptnne Steamship Co. Steamship W F Clyde. Powell, Beston?Metropolitan ffl< imehtp Co. steaiuahip Acuahnet, Bally, New Bedford?Ferguson A Wood. Ship Cutwntar, Dwlght, Sea Franclseo?T Coleman A Co. Ship Daulchland (Dam), Hansen, llamhurg-Kunhardt A Co. _ Ship Agra (Br), Evans, 8t John, NB?Vernon n Rrown Co. ship Lnrally (Norw), Mareuasen, Bt John, NB?Punch, Metncke A Co Ship Southampton, Whitney, Bt John, NB? E E Morgan B'ark Or*fin Knyphansen (ITano), Probst, Psrnamburo for orders?Punch, Meinehe A Wcmlt Hark Jmny (Br), Havlghoral, Ntnianlllo?Csttus A Kauwhs, Hsrk Kureka, Humphrey. Titrkt tslsnd?Walsh A Carver. Bark C Palmer (Br), Mliuar, St Ihomaa PI NavlusA Bui*. Berk John Vnthnas (Br), CrslghUm, Bt Jago da Cnba T?A R Webstar Itark Hacadahoa, Attld, Cow Bay?C C Duneaa. Bark Louisa Cook (Br). Cook, Cow Rsv Hark preihaadfl (Bum). UargaahetiMr, Bt John, NB ?MvmBsAMi WelfA ^Uteh*11 (ir)' nammond, Flail faa N0--H J Da ?liwkVro01* (Br;' Hour' M<u*nh?n> ?nd Pam-l\BAm Brif Ch^.o1?\0,?*ld7' Aepln wall-Panama Railroad Ca. P S hernian AoS ' "? Palm* a, Canary laUuda- B Bn2 Prtn^rJ ' Br>' Bermuda. WoriueAsSSa^ Walea (Br). Alexander, St John, NB-P I Brig jJSUSflSfi D1?kro?. JackionTllla?Peek A Chnrch, Carmin. "**er, Mckeraon, Ellxabethport?Merchant A Brig Chaa?|?5vR">S2n- Newburyport?Holyoke A Murray. Sclfr IF Mlddleto? ???*"}, New Haren-H W I.ond f " Bohr Ellxabeth r ^Z?r' Curacoa-Brett. Son A Co. A Co. war if M nil Atnn t>l- J, ?o?ou-n ?? nuuu ? w. Hohr Bli?*beth ??P\ 7?r' Curacoa-Breit, Bon * Co. Bohr Indue <Br> M.. l*lon*' 8t Thomrie, Penlaton A Ca. Bchr Echo iBr)WawJSf'?0??u8p,l'l,? Trinidad?J Kneaa. Bohr May (Hr), Riaaetx h k??n' NB?P I Nerlua A Bona ? Bohr lAara Ueli^'^n8"krU ?. NB-P I Nerlu. A Bona Co. rxruaa Campbell, Mobile?15 D Hurlbut A A Bohr Prank Walter, Coraon, Jaokaonnllo?Dibble, Worth I Bcbr nl\\'lri^','l?tk?-D.mlll A Co. Bchr Wm M.xyet^Ofej^n-IUnUr^ Smith A Co. Bohr K'u" ?BedeH. Bchr Sfflf ?tS?? ^ ^ C* T Bchr T J Owen., Allleck. New HarSS-F&eS. Took? A D,,._ - . . . . ARRIVEDl 7 daye. frigate Ieabella CatoUca (Span), PoeadUlo. IFarnna, m d *e*an???B^aaa? mrofto kK'.^mTc My 2d, with ^Btea'Siffl; f bound W 1 ?* /un" ?? Ut ?dtoura. With md%TtoMeA?^A wlnnrP001 BO,t?n' andJaMc'nJeraTo^Pac Ifle' MaiiTueamah'ir C^V1 W"h md? ? arid p taaengen,. to MuirHyJVerrtaA Co M h0Uri1' WUh m,lM with navil Md^?VemrAP^o*d C"7, NC' Sd?7?. md?t^S"wPTTR^::?8Wlft- 48 hour., with wg^r,T.tfo 5?^,rawh>- Ha,t"- ?-?? ??. and 3&1 pi^enwri to Wuffio AoSto?1, S,>d*T") w"hm,J,e stewiiisa "X'iFrHr? to Arkell Turu A^ Ma^T doHe "I1 ? d*,?. with coal. Mil and bulwark* and lo?t^>oat mS&v !??** nU,V9 sa? teas!,,?# N"^rt- ? d?r?. | Ac. to order!** <ltaI)' < 0"U' pal8rmo> 66 daya, with fruit, ??Bi,rik Id('? W'eat, Trleete, 90 dara with ram A. mmmm rapl'to DiUmfJk Co/IU1>' 8tragn0- Tri"*- ? day., with PK, 10 daya, with PB?rkWhlt. Cloud (of Providence), Freeman Cedar Eat KMV^k^'^irr'^w'p^tUoV0^^ . for Bo.ton, 7 day. out. (of Edrartown), from Mobile m"l'irFMnle R??kland). FortUnd, ,n ballaal, to Zr Tb^A^'TV Vr,0r" Trinhiad f/r PoriTanCd*PJ,roe1? Keef withe Hte?m?h nHW.|Cel "l*am*hlp aahorc on Florida Ion 78 40. paaaedpart of iMreeael'a**houae wUh ?' i?'1 M" 01 ranvaaa attached th Ur?* P'00* ?01- 8t " d?7., with an. A "loVAiffeUb,::ilMC,,0nald' N"(,v,t**> ? daya, with augar. With mnlaaaeN, to m?.te?rtUnd)' Merrl11- c*rdenaa, 8 day., toPeS.^A^-< ard'Ea"'IIart0'. ???d?7.. with .alt, coa.?toBroi"a5.mArCoC?nnaU,0,,t ?0W B**' 14 d?ya, with B F sgmairA CoBr,, Landr7' Cow B*7' ? day., with coal, to to n'ft T0ker' Co" ? d?7'. ?dth coal, P Ku-UA So'na''* TutU' <*" Ba'? U *** with 00^. to aimpJo'n-Y^u'p^^ M,Ubr?df ? '0 daya with lumber, to ?SlfeS?5?2?SS^ ww j tnm ? daya wS ta2,M^,^?^ P0rt **dway, N8, 8 daya j StntthmcA Co.^ Be,7"a' 81 Joho- *?. with ahlnglea to A Ult*!' Kllnt' Po"l? Cow Bar, 18 daya with eoal, to W W 01?5w'il7hlt<'h0,la*' Jon~' Cow **r 11 d?7?. with eoal. to UI?V Sm"|kA ^r)" L*bUne' Oto0* "V.14 d?ra with eoal, a^hii S^?2,nton* "nnney, (ieorgetown. DO jfl-'C: ISSX.'SSS k SSSsSgf S2M'-,"UM Bchr (Jai'gea, Tate, Kllaworth. T?rront- P,"t,Jrl Machlaa. s?h? R^7,h.7"'lrJ'e.?d'""'>' Bangor. tVhJ wu r ,?' Wallace, Joneaport. o ? K,-ll"r, Jnneaport t?hr WhiUm ?hrlaUe. Ware ham. ?0!!! u Bea- l^e, Newburyport. Jw S.,?S,i01-uJa-2'n- N"w Bedford. , She' wShl "?Z- P"xabethport port. eaningion, Mel lee, Prorldenoe for Kliiabeth ! 2^r T J Tull, . Pall Rlrer. Bchr hclenee, New London. Skr,,n '211, Rom*r. New London. ?!>,[ Jamch, New London. Bcbr Bagaduoa, hennart. New Har.u for PhlUdelphla. ... ? BEIJIW. Bblp Santee, Manila to Salter A Llrermore ... , . 8 AILED. rtflmnttTutan"^s^of',Xe?&?te-Si,:n,t'd K??dom. Niagara1 e">1' 8aj"??0*"- Ouame Telfai, ulll^a^*?^ Wind at aunaet, SR. Marine Dieaatar*. Bin Aroean?Havre, May 16?The Argsan, Lmdaey. from NOrUnim, which took llrp at this port In the night of the Ulh, un I ?ia IHWwl with watc and aiink. la being pumped nut. Tim vessel baa righted, and Ihe discharge of ine balance of her cargo will be commenced to-morrow. Si-he O M Prrnr. of Beaton, from 1'hlladelphla. for Ports mouth, Nil, pnt Into Newport 7ili mat, baring rarrted away head of tnalnmaal ala feel below the oroaalreea on the same afternoon. Tub lit-it van Vlhitas publlahea a llat of the loaaea of mer chant ships reported during the month of AprIL The total number of such misfortune* la Ida. comprising M English, 19 French, 12 Swedish. Ill Norwegian, 9 Ameiiren, 9 Hanore rlaii, in ! 7 Dutch vessels. The total number of loaane re pot id ainca January I to April 30, la IIX. Notice to Mariner). The red buoy on Ihe ahnal near Weatporl harbor la aahore Mr. Philip llrinnell haa taken rare of It fur the government. oraRiieriK* nortca. Ilaanui aktkh*. Dbi-abtbfht or Viamau, i ItiCHMonn, June 4, IM6. ? OavrRAt. OBMM, No 34?Bv dlrec'log of the Secretary of War. (i.'iieial tirdera No 13. of March 19. 1809, from theae hand Barter*, la ao far further modified aa to allow olives aria consigned to Norfolk having no naaea of alrkneaa on hoard to enter the Capes and proceed to the .juerantlne ela tion at Cransy Island. auhject to the regtilallona eatabllahed by the authorities of Norfolk. By order of Majot ileneral < H Terrv, CHAN It UKAVKH, Aaelatant Adjt Oenaral roar or a.trmwALL : ratt bat?rwmto (TAraa or colobbia, SOUTH AMKKICA The Iron arrew steamship European waa aunk lu the har bor on the Sd April last, and la dangerous. The wreck l'?m from liglilhouae H, 80 W, dlalant 1 mil* 2STVI feet, tmarliig magnetic, dtat alalnte. Beam from I'.dnl Tom S, tk> 3d K, magna tie, distant 1 mil* 3231 leet statute Veaaeis entering the harNir by bringing Simon Point to beer 8, It IB) W, by oompaea, will be lu line of wreck. A email portion of the beam and all tbe darlla are risible. The wreck waa N and H. head to S, the atetn In 6 and beam In Y'k fathoms of water A large red buoy la anehored with a mushroom 3*% tons weight directly over the stem H 8. TI TIIIL1., Harbor Master. WhalrMMi. Did at NBedford 8th Inat, ship KmniaC .lonet, Clifford, Pa cific Ocean. Hid from NLondon 7th Inat, bark Aeora Barnes fn?w), Jef frey, Indian Ocean, gohr L" I), Buddlngtnn, Hails' Htralts. Arr 7th. bark Arab. Church, Herniation Island, with 410 bbia sperm. 'JIUU do elephant and whale oil. and 2U1 lbs Nine. Bark Pacific, Allen, of NB, waa at Ht Helena April 21, with 2JS bbla ap, M) do wh oil. and 3400 Iba Nine. Arr at Hnnoluln April 8, John Wells, Dean, from home with HP bbla wh oil and HtJO lba Nine, Milo. Ilawea, California Coast, with MO bbla wh oil. Active, Robinson, from home via Lahaina, clean; Martha, Thomas, from line, clean; Htli. Fanny. Hunting, from California Coeat, with 3311 bbla wh ml; Ri. bm.-nd, Cogan, do., with 171 bbla wh oil, 9ih. (ten Pike, Kuaaell. tlalbpagoa Island, with Ml bbla ap ml. loth. HI Ueorge, Smile, from home vie Lahaina, with IM) bbla ap oil; llih. Kills Adema, Fish, Marie Island, with 4d# bbla wh oil: 12th. J I'West. Tinker, California Coast rut llllo, with JO) wh; 14th, Thus IHckaaor, .lernrgan, from home, with IPS bins wh oil, 181 bbla oil, 1'JUU Iba bone; Massachusetts. Wil coi, from home via llllo, with 70 bbla ap oil; IMh, Uamel Wood. Richmond, do do, with 160 hbla ap. 80 bbla wh oil; Harrison, Cooty, California Coaat, with 140 bbla wh ml. Iltih, Endeavor, Wilson, California Coast via llllo, with 372 bbla wh oil; Oliver Crorher, Lapman. do do. with 371 hbla wh oil; Aurora Avnllne, from home, clean, Mldaa, Drake, do. witk III) bbla wh oil, RalnNiw, Raker, do, with 125 hhla wh ml; 17th, Trident, Knee, do. with 30 bbla ap oil; IMh, Almlre, IM, home. Marquesas, with IX) bbla wh oil; Roman, llamblem, from home, with 9M> wh and 700 ap. voyage 20th. Arnolds Ha we a, California Coast, with MMwn: (Tor Troupe, Ash ley. do via llllo, wlthCHIwh; Mercury, Tuoker, California Coast, 711 a p Hid from do April T, J D Thompson, Brown, for A ret lo; Cicero. Faun, Kodtae, Vth. Cungre-a. t nation, for Aretlc; Ocean, Barber, do; Peril. Hmlth. do; Khh, Artlea, Bobtnaon, for nchotak; 11th, Martha. Thomas, for Antic. Ht Oeorge, Bonis, do; 14th Reindeer. Kaynor, do; Fanny, llnnUng, do; Hen Pike, huasell. Kod.ee; IMh. Mnotirelln, P till 11 pa, Arctic; Nile, Flah, do, IMh, Harrison, Cooty, do; Emily Morgan, Afhearn. do; 17th, Alpha. !>awton. da; Mldaa, Drake, ? Irkutsk; Aurora. Avrllue, Arctic; Massachusetts. Wile.*, do, IRth, John P Wast, Tinker, do; 19fb, Kllka Adams, Ftak. do; Rainbow. Baker, Ochotakt >Hh. Mllo Ilawea. Arctia In port April 21, Arnolds. Ilawea, Joseph Maawell. Chase; Roman, llamhlen; Richmond,Cogan; TDlekaaon, Jarnegan; Trident, Knee. ? pokem. ?t. Bhlj Ch irtea Davenport, Stevens, from Liverpool for no# Whip It. Iloadley, Ilaydcn, from Mobile for Havre, May 15 U|ihlpcyS"amt, Oram, from Liverpool for NYork, May II, ntfpM* Cuahlng, from NTork fbr Mobile, May 31, off * llark4 nnrrlman, from Rt John, NB, f >r Havana, J Bail WB AntP-raon, from N a orb forCatdanaa, Janet, Bug'tlca v er, Irom NTork tor Cape Haytlrn, no dale. Bohr Virginia, from NYork for Dtaim, May IS. lat H W, loo 61 JO. Forelgo Porta. Art as, April 16?In port, Moravia, Patten; Rutland, Io> graham, ana Huoceea, Downs*, for Europe. AsrinwALL. May 34?Hlrt bark* Bolivia, White berry. New York; 28th, Rosamond, Wallace, Trinidad da Cuba; Xantheg Conway, NYork. B tKBADom. May 19-Arr aahr Aaherman, NYork. HM bark A Houghton, Barrett, Orohllla to load for Philadelphia. In port 25th. brig Buwanee, McCobb, and achr Julie A Hal' latt, Crowell, for NYork. Oaibaeisn, May 28?Arr bark Thomaa Fletcher, Pendleton. Barana. Teens ItLABBt Mat 9-Arr brig M Shepard, Cook, Moatom (and eld 9th for Honduras); 11th, aohr Juliet. Philips, New hurrport (and old 13th on her return); Hit, brig Katefana. Whlttmore. Portland (and eld for Olenfuegoe). SaorA. May 28?In port brlga Hiram Ablff, Tthh.-tU, far NYork 4 days; Isabel Beurman, Curtla. fordo 12 dare. Ponce, Mar 24?In port barka Holland, Perklna, for Near York, wtg; Edward Mill, Klrby, do do. Panama, June 1?Arr steamship fiolden City, WatktnL Ban Franctaco. Bid May 23, ahlp Pureet Eagle, Bennett Cat Uo; 13th, eteamahlp Gnetemala. Dow, Central American porta; 12th, Constitution, Baby, San Kraneiaoo. Vkka CBtra. May 23?Sid brig Star of Faith, Frontera (before reported aid no data). Gibraltar, May 14?Arr bark Mary Rtetaan, Pendlato% Palermo (and aid aame day for NYork); 13th, ahlp Chlrabo razo, from east for the weat, and bark Rescue (Br), Thoran aon, from Cette for NYork, parsed through the Strolls: lTtn. hark Heroine, Nickeraon, from Messina for NYork, do dug 18th, Robert, Carter, from do for , dodo. Wind Strang from K KKh. and had beeu #0 lor some days. East Habbob, TI, June 1?In port aohr Lath Rich, Ike NYork. ldg. Tkisdaii, Cuba, May 21?4n port brim Marr McCollenefc. big for a port north of Hatter&a; L M Merrill, da ttae Boston. Nkotitas. June 1?In port bark Pathfinder, for New Tot, ldg< brigs Howard, Smitn, dodo: Ottawa, dlag. Cardknas, June 2?In port brigs Asparatta, for Portlands dars; A H Curtis, for Philadelphia do. Catrnne. May 1?In port schr Angella, Upton, unc. St John, PR, May 23? In port brig Castor, NorrLs, Balti more, dlsg; achr Satilla, for Norfolk, ready. MitiAonANK, May 17?In port schr Planet, Shandoo, f at Boston 10 days. Honolulu, April 8?Arr shins Frnnklln, Bursley, Ban Francisco; 13th. Oracle (Br), woods, do (end sld 18th for Ba ker's Islandi; 13th. Rattler, Matsh, do (and sld Iflth far Hong Kong); Iflth, Nlcobar (Br), Kemmond, do. 814 11th, hark Helen Angler, Staples, Ilowland's Island; 18th, bosk Whistler, Fuller, NBmlford. Chinuha Islands, May 1?In port ships Enoch Talbo4^ Merrvman; (lentoo, Freeman; Mary E Itiggs, LoweB: Nn l'lus Ultra. Marl in; J P Patten, Percy; Mary K CampheM, Morse; Argosy. Swift; A Thorn iyke, Thorndyke; Macaulap, Rogers; Portlaw (Br). Curtis; Young Eagle, Walker; Win, field Soott, Rami; Col Adams, Morse; Guardian, Borland! Hnsphortis, Blanchard; Golden Rule, Hall; horweator Ma sher; M Bowker, Ooodhurn, and W it Prnamtt, Ralcheldeg* barks Sunbeam, Jordan, and Suaaa A BUIadell, Sawyer?al ldg or to load. StJaoo, May 23?Arr brigs Marian (Br), Barnsby, Naw York; Fannie, Trailer, Baltimore. Tuinidad, May 27?Arr barks Warren (Br), Averfll, LeMh| Heneoa, Bonner, Baltimore; Fannie, Mnrshman, NYork. 1'OKOK, PR. May 24?In port barka Hollaud, Perkina, fag NYork, wtg; Edward lllll, Klrby, do do. Liverpool, Map 26?Advertised Hlbornfa (s), for Qnefaen Slst; China (s), for Boston June 9; Malta (a), for NY"rk May 29; Etna (s) and Louisiana (s), fordo 30th: Kangaroo (s) for do June 1; Seotla(i), for do 2d; Sylvia. MrCulleeh, for Boston May 29; Nile. Aylward, fordo June 1; I'ro-rrse, Woodward, for NYork, ready; Arkwright, Caulkln*. for do May 28; Alexander Marshall. Marshall, for do June 1; B RoiunHon, Robinson, for dodo; Zouave, Blair, for PhlladM phla Immediately. Sueukc, June 2?Arr ship Myranda, Clark, NYork. ALIPAZ, June 1? Arr brig British Queen, Philadelphia Ml), Victoria Marin, Boudrot, NYork. Hid Sth, schr Sardo nyx, Batiks, NYork. St Joint, NB, June 4?Cld schr Mar; Louisa, I lu mil torn, Philadelphia. I'okt ad PriEOe, May 21?Sld bark Sacramento, Lawsou, Ctenfuogos, to load for NYork. Amorlcsam forts. BOSTON, June7?Arr bark Beaufort, (Br) Banks, Algoo BayCGH; brig William Mason, Small, Smyrna: sclirsUI* llan M Warren, Warren, St Mare; J Maxfleld. May and N R Clark, Clark, Philadelphia; William H Dennis, Lake; White Squall. Adams; J Pslne, Mayo; Ellen Forrester, Warrea, and R Peterson, English, Philadelphia; I-aura Fruneee, Smith, Delaware City; Hannah D, Chase, NYork. Below slrfp Duke of Northumberland, from Snurahaya; hark* Kremlin, Richard Irvln. and Alezandrtnu, from Cienluegoai hr g II M Ues'en, from Savannah. Cld steamer Smyrna (Br), McNevtn, NYork and Norfolk; barks llowland, Lewis, Cayenne and Surinam; Montana. H arr I man, NOrh-una: brigs Valencia, Norton, British West Indies, .1 W Woodruff (Br), Eaton, Nnevllas. Sld ship N Hovnton; barks Abd-et Kader, Nashwank, Addle Curler. J E Ward, Lady Ftanklla; brigs Ida M Comery. Marlnj Star; and from the Roads, ship Autocrat, bark Walton. 8th?Arr barka Maniton, North, Cedar Key; Ionic, Wood bury. NYork; brigs Marshall, Lee, port l'once; 0 Vaada| achr B F Paleour, Orlando, ClenfuogOE. BALTIMORE, June 7?Arr hark Ellen Stevens. Howa, Matanssa; sclirs Peerless, Patterson, Ht Johns, PR; Bar. prise, Beers, Boston; Anule Edith, \tever, Ht Barls; Dag. light. Clark, Demcrurs. Sld bark Mlndora Cuba. BANGOR, June 6?Cld schrs Philanthropist. Warrea, Philadelphia: Atlantic, Oaks, do; A K llowo. Ellis, NYork. FORTRESS MONROE. June 7-The bark Arab. Brahea, from Peru, with a cargo of 328 bags of saltpetre, arrived la the harbor this afternoon, and awaits orders. Sld stesmera Ocn Sherman, for Baltimore, und Lavaeea, for Philadelphia, bulb from NOrleaits Weather clear, wind NW. HOLMES' HOLE, June 8, PM-Arrschrs Edgewalam FUlier. Philadelphia for Boston; Stephen G Hart, Rawtafb do for Bath; Walter C Hall, Ilix. and VLkaburg, llsnkdB Rockland for NYork. 7th?Arr aohrs Thomas Iloloombe. Godfrey. New Orlnonn for Boston; 8 J Llndsev, Ftekclt, Mill bridge for N York. M all the above arrivals; no vessels In port. MOBILE, June 2?Arr brig Jane H Crowley, Cresdeg Boston. Cld sir Gulf Stream, Mount, NYork. NEW ORLEANS. June 2?Arr ahlp Georgians (llan). Tat. man. Hull, Ens; harks Sophia. Malbews, Liverpool; Mara Elizabeth Crockett, Boston; Dirign, Blair, NYork; Scotland Hmalley. Boston, Below, coming up, bark Llberiad, Best doin. from Philadelphia. Cld steamships Fung Sbuey, Hit drelh, and Savannah, Ilellart, NYork; St Louis, fine sens. Hosion; ships Kpamlnondas (Br). Trotman, and John Mag all (Br). Oakner, Liverpool; bark Sslradorh (Sp), Haretan, Ba oeloua: Bricantlne Hcvlla, Greenough. St John, NB; brlga G F (leery, Ward, Philadelphia; Dna Magdclaiioa ( >p), Hotet Barcelona: schrs B C Scribner, Burgess, NYork; SaHle ? Aiken. Godfrey, Providence, NEW BEDFORD, Juue 6?Arr schrs C C Cranmer, Oram, mer, Georgetown, 8C; C..hasset, Glhhs. Philadelphia! Pl' l V'}''h|(,r*', Urm'' "e' Gulden Eagle. IdlkL 7U>?Arr schrs Caroline and Cornelia, Davie, Nassau 4sat Fla; Ann S Brown, Flake, and E J Palmer, Palmer, Hal ta rn ore; J p Wallace. Allen; Elm City, K'-lley; ' Chase, and Delphi, Smith. NYork; 8tn. J Truman, Btacn^ Philadelphia, John Randolph. Hardy, and ID-public, NYork; Ariadne, Robinson, Elizabeth port, Sth, Baron, Ms, son; Minnesota, Phtnney, and Lamartlne, Holler, Phltads4 jilila; Harriet Ryan, Snow, and M Vassar, Jr, "hrlstte MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. Harried. Bo*i>a?ki.consT. ?On Wednesday, Juno 8, et Sk Francis Xavlcr'a church, by Rev. Father Or t lijrasn. Wrsciplai Z. Botida, of Bogota, to I/idtsa M abcamta, daughter of lbs late Chorion F. E. Klugkist, Cieafiitgo^ Cuba. Caktrk?LaBcr. ?On Wednesday, June 8. by Bor. Amns Crockor, at Nortbville, Edwi* A. Cartir, of lad yard, Cayuga county, to Mum Thai* A. LaRos, of thin city. Ftstn?Cass.? In this cltr, on Saturdav, Juno 9. by lbs Wight Rst. Bishop Potter, David Duni.nv Kisld, Esq., to Mrs. Mary E. Cakr. GsviiLSv?Raukkr.?On Sunday. April IS, by the Rev. Mr Van Hootan, David N. GrmiLrn to Ada Brsos Bab sr t, all of this city. Hudson (N. Y.) papers pleas* copy. Mi'liatt?Hart.? In Philadelphia, on Tuesday, Juan 6, by the Rev Dr. Breed, Commander J R M. Mcv layy. Cnited Slates Navy, to Jknnii M , youngest daugh ter of the late James M llart, of that citv. Kkrmb?Atria?On Wednesday evening. June 6, bp the Rev R. S. Foster. Mr. Bryjauin F. K 'at. to Miss Mao ist* E., yo ingest daughter of the late Joseph E. Ayrea, both of this city. Maiwiwu?Crams*. ? At Windham, N. J , on Tliursday, June 7, at ttie residence of the bride's fsther, by tbo Iter. Mr. Figgles, Hbyry J. Mayyiyu, of New 3ork, to Euza Mwii, secoud daughter of Zeba 8. Cramer. QriHR?(J<wuiwir. ?On -venrday. June 9, by the Her) Dr. striker, Stkphus O (Ji irr to Lorria E (hmtva^ both of this city. No cards. Walsh?Hays ?At 8t Mark's church. Brooklyn, & D., on Thursday, J no 7, by the Rev W. D Harlow, Jolts A. Waisii Pi Mary K. H in, all of Hrooklyn. Wslaia?Teas sr.? At the First Presbyterian church, Oswego, N. Y., on Wednesday, June 6, by Rev. D. 4. Johnton, Faro L. Waua-, of Athena, Pa., to Mtaa Marv Tck.ykk, of Waverley, N Y. Died. BASTtRTT.?At the residence of her son. near Deer Park. L. I., on Fndav, June 8, Martha, widow of too laie Dr. John 8. Bartlett, of this city, aged 71 years. Funeral aervtccs will take pla< e at St Pa it's chapel, la this city, on Monday, at twelve o'ch ck noon. The fri< oda of the family and those of her son-in-law, Colonel Kugeao la Hal. are invited to attend. The remains will be do po-lted In the family vault in Boston. Boston papers please copy. Bailib.?At Port Chester, on Saturday, June 9, Jams Bai ik, aged 78 years The relative, and friends are reqnested to attend tbo funeral, without further notice, from the residence of his son, - arauel Hall n. at Port Cheater, on Monday after noon, at three o'clock. CotAiss ?On Friday, June 8, Mrs IIoroiu Cmxnea wlfl. of Daniel Collins, of Bandon, county Cork, Ireland aged 88 years The funeral will take place from her let" residence 341 Fjwt Thirty second street, this (Sunday) afternoon, al half-past two o'clock. The frieada of the family are resfiertfully Invited to attend. Cork papers please copy. Conga ? In this city, on Friday, June 8, after s linger, lag illness, rgaDBRii-g H. ( ookr, Sr., in the Uth year of Ids age. The iriends of the family and the members of Um Twenty-eighth precinct, Metropolllnn Police, and to* department la general, are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, from llie reeideuce of hie eqn. No l.Ott Second avenue, corner of Fifty-Mith stract, thla (Mto day) afternoon, at one o'clock Da Hsvrsaa ?At Astoria, on Thursday, Jane T, Cnanute Ds Hnvoisa. The relatives and friends of the family are Invited to ali*nd the funeral, from his late residence, Bowery Bay, thla I .Sunday I afternoon, at one o'elock, and at the Re formed Dutch church, Newtown, at half-past twe o'clock. Carriages will he in attendance at Thirty fourth ?treet ferry, Hunter's Point aide, from twelve o'clock to half paai one. . . Iioiiaarr.?(in Friday, June 8, Eif*. beloved wife of Christopher Doberty, et her late residence, No 3M Wee? Twenty-flflh street Her remains will he taken to St. Colombo's rhureh at half-peat nlns o'elock on Monday morning, where a solemn requiem ma*, will be offered up for lb* r pose of her soul, and from thence to Calvary Cemetery. The friends and relatives of the family are respectfully In vited to attend the funeral on the nr. anion Feet. ? At PlalnBeld, N J , on Thursday, June T. Gcoroia Wiean, wife nf Luther W Front. Funeral eerrice. al St Ann's ehnr-h, Eight(tenth -treat, near Fifth aveoue, on Monday morning, al half p?*t ten o'clock. Rdailvea and frteuda are mapectfully invited to attend. Hi mov.? On Saturday. June 9. ftryr-sff x t eon of Dr Roliert P and Susan M. (iiheon. ftred go vara IIatwoop ?on Friday morn.ng, Jui .g a lingering lllnesa, Mrs. Fnaxiaa M Haywood. aged 24 yenn and 10 mmth*. The frirnds and relatives of the family are re-pe fully Invited to attend the funeral, from her lam . sidruea, Walworth atreet, near Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn, thla (Sunday) afternoon, at half past two o clock llAYirnv.?(if consumption, Jura* Ha.visc*, a native of Kblarney, county Kerry, Ireland, In the itiii yen* of btt The friend, and relative, of ih? 'tmily. ales the mem ber* of the i'lasterera Soci-Hy of Brooklya, era i