Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 14, 1860, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 14, 1860 Page 2
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It 2 A t . v ' ARRIVAL OF THE KAR^AX. ? ADDITIONAL DE TAILS FR^fl MEXICO ! THE TATTLE 1>F GUADILAJAKA. ? .? j SICCESSIS OF TH: CHURCH PAHIY. i? L/RAGA MORTALLY WOUNDED, i * ., AC., IN. ili H in* Karaalc, wh cb arl.ved yesterday from n*vane, ferw is us diiitional advisee from Mezioo. | We tracalale the following particular! of lfextCMMWS ^ trom ? eupplement of the Jharto it Ui Ma/rim ? " grinurtARO, May 26,1381. To Him Fxrruw t thb PmwntjiT ~ f icnuuvT <i?? lb I indicated to you In BTtonKDluU'i ( I 'be day before yesterday, I have defended ib?a place. coteentrat'iig tbere all my tror,<s rh? enemy r-j qxtU o sarreuder, u you will see by the nsexal ccm DUDkiUiiP My reply goea wlt& Kiem. At five n 'be morning th- (B'ay omroeioM the t^tink with *yor cb all rt rtes It n.ne t- was repulsed. General Ur?ge i? ?ouu<:ed arM a pr toner. 1 am also wounded. JtV.KUN WOLL. ) CftRWABo, May 31,1860 Bw Excrur*>(T ihk Wa*>Si oe it procUmitrm of ih? rr j?t ti^illoot Geceral Wo!, gum to rooie eiicot ibe deuna of late ocsuvreuoe', ?1 though .? ? ?hort n>aoe, t * ill ?enl .t to too, th? belle that iru- courier, vho goeo w,tb t.aer inforjiUioe, will reach lbs capital. M U. XS.OJIAR. PROCL AMATT3N. JtoKM Wou^Oneral t" Dt?:alea and Oh?-f of the First Corps, to hie euoorf. Irate* ? SoiMr*.-?Too have covered youreelr^e with g'ory. Two thousand iteven TMmiivd-a/' you bcr.i realito* and I routed wwa lliouixjd of the enemy, who, wild .'orty Macea ef arUl!< ry, atu-.ke-i y.tn with v?.\jr and Intrepidity. The (fcneral in Chief of the enemy wounded and a jwteoo' r, bra;* or aennltKier, an iBT.ienno nuar'jer of yrtotrerr*, iJtad ar.il ??un??.j with par tor t-.? artillery, art Iht truphjea mbiota Job -.vu preaeM to bl? Ktoelleacy Ike I'rettJcct the evtslor Hototera of ttar urtt odth of Uts ?.rmf, yoar Gon-^rxl ua ir'etd kd?>t? jour raior au 1 < on? r*t>i'Uten yo>t A!>*UW WOiJL fuud^cajciar^ at dim ai.o?%a, *.!?> si?10 h. m. Tbe lurp/etient frrnc which ?? take the abcve giyg it fc pewible thit the rew iln lcr of t rtg? i forges may hare )ito<d am of Ogartnaod VaKe, which were known U bCMaTcairg la the dtrec;.: n of GuadaUJtra, anl that Bother aUen-pt one be muie'.o force Wol"a pxlUoa. l?ie eitra rtja l*:ther?Wt'T.aTe rwelrsd other lettero wbkh detain tlipc Ircm a fi sr tn the capital, coalnttof the newa rivet1 above, ami Aiding that ths Genual Prcctdrnt arrived ?t r;oa<iai?c ?r<* the eaaa day aa th? defeat cf Vr??a, that that eveal o:corrnd on the 2Mh, cat vat en the 24th mbtab exptaloa the aitetake mule la the date of tfcnei aTTTclTa proe'e a&atioa; thr. tbe wound ofj >n Lopea l/'faga,ae?.oratnf to a deapatcb from Qicretire, waa to the uj)j.er part of one of b'a tbigba, and waa c jcsUerci aortal, teat it.oui r .> (i or ice army (wo acppase that coini:io',cd by tlic Pf * 'ent Is meant) entered Gutdbiajera 'a tbe ??roo 0?y?tlie 18ib?eo1 that at the de parturr ct th? ocurter frem Uiat capital the caralry wtl preparing to pu re.i? tbe lugWree. Kin Ally, that the number vf 'tart at J v.Gi'txV 1 cd itie fart of tbe lio frail or federalist* t.jf earu<l to br very cenet Icrabie, nut) tba' la tie 7.CC0 tun of U'Mt*'* toive woe tuclulcu tbe iroopa of tbe ftderu 'bwS'a of J?' ?co. Private adrivawhirb rwnftny the preceding oonflra ?bat we have K iVe in roferruoe to tbe aaisnre of Zuioaga Md the ruapecMan of dlplooiaUc rclaton a a with M'tanccn by tte 'nrrt^n diplomatic bvly. Tbe antral of S.nor reefceen was Mxtouaiy Ijoked far, la the hnpi (bat Le ru'ght put an m<t to ibte wretched conJict Prtrate telle if m*utton tbat tbe Ppanteb A-nbMfalor bed arrlrcd at Jalapa, and ?n b? way bal received gneral dtire titration of r.jna: laratlou and reaped Tbe fhi'oi?U g <}?*[-?? bar been rer. irod by the go* r?anc< ot at th? Mex:oaa c?ptUI><fir?i?r*ao, Vxy 1?, 1M0. a Hm Kxckluoct rti* tbnam >? Wab ? Yoeterday a repnt wee i-uoula.ct lu th'a city that tr> j ffcc?>tl-iir?Lcr?l<: et<!>zOriega wm rented by Oeii Kan trea, aad t d d MM i^ a'it y*?r ETr*li.'ory with tbe fact, beeauee I be levrd lo r^ranr uofiviold; b it juatnoir a )?a>K Btaa baa oomo :a (ro?* tl?n Lu a t'ulxl la e-arcu of ci um imus* met cai ieu inn la aadar la Infjrm ib?i i oral r?fu|r< ? Iruta tba | mmrmj bad arrWt*! ih< ro. and U?ai On. Ktn1 ! ? ? ud cnpittoiv rov'.?d lab j'wi mimllon*t Ortega at "ik, pilar, li<t<irra"1i?t? pV.nt ?<) * Mara* at>d Piiranjo- " a Uaaj>** 'ojt Un .'sit Iff, ar1 ?M made prtovfter, and t**t t'bio (Mttie) A-tn, ?* n k>m laur honored oh n * aom be bai wiiq turn a< 8m I Alt', wai preparicg to flf, t.o*'.ac Uonxral Rtn'rox wit lartrvtg e n tbe pl?:e If M K$X)BAK. Um af iba papers la lie capita) aaja Mr. j(wm aas pt?drii the rrmtt d'l'- icn i.M for waril of woram .o, aaha Mated, but became of lb* tiaa of MOO laDponeJ on Dim tar tertajr puSJj* bed Iroai the S.^uaaJ the article an tba r*Ml attaaainaliOM or the ^pao'.arca la Coioonoaaq 19. ?1 rrnr,m? Vara Cruz aayi Mr. kla**on bat (ana to Natr I Qritaca, to procure a pr?aa an 1 ntier fura't'ire naeeaaary la aaatlaae ike pu U.i *au >o of tba i rail. Oar City af Huico Catrfupaadeaea. Item i, May 16, 1693 JA? Ik* I. U* rait in MhU ef-Z%l->aga'$ Briturr? Onm <J IX* f\rngn lifUma ic Bitty?Mir*mm i IM l<nM Co*ird I p at li< HrtiuA LqfUtkm How IXt i'w? H'ui Tkr S+>a*uk Inrjnom Ikt frm' ih? MinuUr, d . WN? I doted try Mkr to 70a oa tbo U.h we were Md'|itg fend brp? of a rtvomtton id tfcka cHy, tad of Uo mmpbu ?u?ib: ?iion of lb* clergy gOTcrnment Al tfcou* n lt? .ib<ra'a had plenty cl money, plenty of rut. fluty of nen air.oigt* ibe laboring elaaae*, hJ, not wufcataad'.Eg erery <rrcoir?t*rre by been In their faror, Mm> bare d?M aotttng, eicept u pror# beyond qaMttoa that tbtlr Wfroeri to ttl< ctty are a cowardly Ml of raacaia uawcrtfcy to be cailod men. Ob tfea atgbt of tbe Mb a largo portloa of the gar re on waa beegbt, ?od plenty of ami aad amaantUoo dopaMUd a* aasaaaadtag potato Uirou^bout the city. At tba Twry aaoaaeat let for Ibe moraaaat Mtraaaoa aataed laloaga aa? had hlai em-?*yint to the palaao. Tkt oMita rtM created a tb* c rrgy eatap by tha aot abootd ktr? tMBtakea advantage of, bnttwaaa owedtopua At hair paol two )a ibe?orr>tag Miretn* aurledoff id a dlllgnaci far it* aWrlcr, laklag /.a;<**? with Mas. bat lb* Iibom, I actir.or mad* m attempt i* **)a* um two [ IHaidmta Mr to rolae a ren>;t IB Um o?y Day dawe*d. WrtBot ud Zakmg* wtra at Top*j* 4*1 Camlao on Uiatr way to tbo t???rlor, ao? tb* literal oblate la lUxkto , akiaf mi pfeaa for a movamaat on tba aomtag algM. Um tb* 10U u?e diplomat* oorpa, who bal all boos af cta.iy atrTad wttb aiNrw of /.oipaga rtapmlag Mlra mm, dalad tbo day pmtIouo, mat at tba Briuab l.^gauaa. awd raaalvad to luapvad all diplomatic roUMawa wNb tfea olorgy t*T?rnaa?Bt IB tba palaco, aminlag, *a ibotr laaaim. tbo Jwtff ol /atoaga aa4 tbo act of Mlramoo la attatrg aad earrylog or tbo m*a tbry regard#d a* lb* Fi<otd*at, Miramoo balag btmaair aotblag bot ih* "aabatttut*" cualirt by Aoloacai "bo baa tbo woo right to ua U* aa ba bad to maka. Notwttbaiaadtag tbia groat ptao* of good for tun* for tb* libonU cauaq, lb* laadcra of Umt patty la ttota plaoa ted not tba ploek to do aayUkiag, aad d*ya bar* aow piaaad when a aoora of lrt*rm.a?l follow* m'gbt bar* amaabad tba wbota olorgy ootcara lb* cbaaoa Mill ramalaa, but aotblag will ba doaa by tb* aal ( b"ubMU< cevftrd* w? bar* Mr*. It ta d?r>*lia? ' to ba (crrad to ) mpatbiia wtlb a oauaa tfcit uafortiiaaUl/ baa toefe a m.arra*le pcopto to dafaad It Wa haw bopaatbai i?u? darlai will mat le from o.iMkto Ml late tkf t?ad h?ra, for n only raqatraa a air* to ba ai* to aauba wboto tow mad The ctorfJ f arrtooa la |iwUy radac^l, aa4 thara a pUaty o' moarr W *?y up UM to It troop* *>?* 1 rapaat I thick Iter* M no ! bap* of av |eod Mac doaa. Tb? laadwi MtoofrMl ' rfrtlato ta aorr?n<tor tbur [? Uoaa to aaaa who will r to 1 tbau Lk'u to tb? rvaat *C UtoMiil ??*? to tba to?a?>or tht aaatry wtll bo tbrowa la a tad rtato Tb? aw of th? dtplmbUe oorr urmdr rafrrrad to, to dltovatof tea pfttaatal at Miraawa, fctora ua ta a prot'j flt, a?l?a? /ataaaa oaaatat to dMrrow fctt daoraa dopoaiat Mira n a, | aad aoaioata to play tba daaoy. aa ba baa dooa for lb? >m) itaan E( rtha (tra ihta ?<il Miaow wbnllv maad mU im Wr Malbaw, M aaM, bu already iaf.?r?a 1 Ma ?r ib? dtaappaaraaoa of tu? clrffj (P*ar*. mm\ of una oapttai aa<i uk?d wfcai he la to do uator the WwUmni The reexoaable *':ppOftHna la Itol hta *111 my, a'Hroo(nlN the Jjv<? ftr?ra I Tula /olo?f? t><><<neaa m a enrtoafl alTur altnfntw. [nr;tetitMn?M ? ?h??- ?n mvtrJZiio?c? a, 1 aad tbrrefofaare ali , . wviotm.Tfr >f h??,.ira 'rw> | HI ud ?wr< n?? tto m rtmn Of ?1?? om nay laaae a ?? ?*<? I* ? ;?8 ?h it r Ht? ? n#uu.?' la Ib? Who:- tn uf ??< t i i? ? r tto?< <k? Orltoh l I th? writ *a??*h >* I otu iiUMloo* |r bu piwvi cW..4< ji (DtfttarM ia ike p?ai few wv.ihe, ?ni bur m??r * aaM?f??to?y repitecvftar* baa? (u?i?? it >ucl**r r r ? pmn Km f i-njr w?e eo: to ? i "po* * 4 br i*nnaVi erlbrwto, lor l^aSy wxirl,a<raai met?r,uiie|. *? . t MaMtew weaM^Bd tor aot Dratniof ?i b ihim fn* I r. rUrratf i*h, aat ?i ideal, ??ritai ' f <4 *0 ||?I'I ??*ea <MpU>a*'?i rj?m I ?r . a IIII mmIII'W * P**" ?* ?-?' ? op a ra? ia ih- >0 a * fty tbe prrewal tl?r$r cr**ai*?t i* / loica waa Pr?aV a Mat art mtrrim. ard M r?na ! ft?id?ai rdbaiil I , boll b "j-C - " NEW TO tof ?y virtue of a <*mtm of Zak>?g?, who dtl Ml mouM h" character or rtgbta. 7nioa*a ?u raeogehwd by all fore%a Power* u 1'raahieot at Mexton. Mimaaon aevar wm reoogniaeti, but ?u treated m the aabauluta of Ailoafn The game waa clear. '/uloaga waa aavar taila fied at having been foroed to iiubtUtute Uirano* in hta ptaoe, and it rrqutre<l but little lriah blarney to coovlno? Zulcaga be ibouid take hia place aa Prualdaat. The game waa quKiiy c-immocoed by aendlng TrVea's to treat oa tbia delicate mailer; but Mtramon having proponed to kick a aoinber or ttiem down atalra if they came again. It w?a breathed a /uloa^a's cars that the simplest and eaileat i I way to 'o lbs wboie buiiuera wculd be to depoee Ml a tnoa at ocre kr rfeoreo. ThVi waa done. The same night Miraw-u cat gbl /.ulaaga, and wiUw^t giving him the privilege 01 lablkg a bpo-joJ ihht or pautng ou a traveU u/ orsioa-e, bundled bim la tbe the dtaga eoaott and avriod him off "lo the Interior. The following day Mr. Matbew | called a meeting of the foreign mutator* and It wat unatiimtyrfly, by written dovatnunt, declarer nu government ritelrd In tto capital. ^Vhal haodiom) reaultcojid hava been obtained? Knoe then the ?oon? man le t In rhtriu nl tka C 1. ' ?* "" ?- "UvU tiepuua UM WIPHCU w ?v? "? ttept^uar.ie hUto Pmp?Un hac >?o?u m commonly an ' om'orttk-ie They *ee, ?s all tie world *ec?, that they have b*<x> ukrn la tad anne for Ttin business done, Mr. Uiltow fell vleiintij sick, wl wild se? aobody hut his fbystcuae fartwo or Uire? dava. Daring Ihte tine a decree, signed bf *i raaioa, cbartfag Manas I/xlo with ihe fveromebi.-.nade l'? appearmsr*. Tnu hM (aliened maifcra to tb*t I really cuBit ate how the loreicn Minis terr are to do bvninera m ilk thy ciorgy ajua No general gOTsrtment ?*' > ? in ibe mpIMI. This la a great (?a,no* ewtlfltd to by :he diplomatic carps of liexlno, who bare agreed to couflne thuB?e*W? to treating with tie lual r-thorl'les f.T the proiectloa of the Interests or their respective -.hj-rts The Sp*r'?rdii are boisterous about the recent adrkwi received from n?T?a?. It la stated here with raach bo?r 'up f ?t the c?w Captain General of Oub? hM )>o? era to invade VjxIco I! tie thinks proper, and that tha 'act riespn'ebe* frim blm ronjeinlag the late Hai Vicente ainucibcti be every aasuranoe that i e will not delay lorijf in t ringing Mexico to an account. Certainly the op Kituirliy is a fair oi>? fcr tha Spaniards, W they dare m > it Mexico; hut tha result will be, t 'ear, as with the lendero of the liberal rarty in this city?all talk and placs fcrflfbtl g, but bo blows In the mean Ime the Spaniards, in la?*iU'd phira throughout the coaeuy, are catching it. The other day three were eai>gbt at Amera by ona of the literal guerilla chiol#, and curled oil, to be held agalniM tbe pa> mcnl of ? largo Hum of moaey. The Spaala-d? In Mer:tco have bnlKjd the Ucxloana to such a degree that one cannot wonder al *u?b oocnrrsoces aa these, nor eren ar~asa:natione hire those of 8an Vicente?both of 'CO and tbs pretert vear. Muroz l/udo, tha truetee of the alergy concern of a (overt ment in thle city, it is reported, has elloctod a par wib 01 mo rrwbiaa raictiur, wno is aow me voioai idvcctte of lho clergy, aud the * u(g*r calumniator of the L'nfed States end Amrricin poUfy. TtM poor UtUe Prut tlio, bowevev, is uot worth iamb, oca way or the other. II* bcirg <!r?rgt>d lulo the diaavownl o( the clergy govrrrmtiit by Mr. Mathew, against hie own w1?h?* aud feellrgs, rtXKvs this. The Secretary of Oabriac, the C?uo< ?e la 1/Mirlo. now French Cbarce d Atlalres. is a light bit f diplomatic material, and is more or leas at the dwp?al of hit lata maater's partners te butinew?so that, with the noeption of Mr Mathew,sn4 e Mr. Paator, who repre?cntp Ecn?<!or, we are absolutely without men in the dlflomnUc bod;. Mkioo, May W, 1M0. Jaktr * Ck.'i Jbtfure? ParticMlart? The Oood ant Oie EtU if tkf J (fair?0'>trtUm from l\t CapilU, ?C', Yesterday the great clergy banter, J. B. Jccker, buspendfi payment. The announcement of the suspension fell liko a bombshell smosgst the financial and poMii*1 tobbert of the capital. Jecker baa beeo for the paat two jttua the only man darisg enon^rh to stand up to the clergy through thick and thin. When ail the ether enpi talicuof Mcxico have q united before the desperats task of wpplytog the warts of the clergy, Jecker haa come forward and helped thua through It ti true he had the ?ep;.'.ation of being the greatest bnaoeler In Mexico, and therefore waa entrusted with the great balk of the earning! of foreign artieano nod traders. He alas bAi tie unlimited control of M. de Oabrlao, late Freooh Minister, who waa largely interacted In many of hie deaperate negottatlocs with the clergy. Ho that with the em til contributions of foreign wnrksoen and traders?which In the aggregate amonnted to over ore million of dolltre in perma?j#nt drnrtrt?And wHh lb a kunnArt of Ihn Fr?nnh tloa, Jtcker atnld alloid to take rlaka. H? hu done ao wttL the ekigy, and a'.irays *t:ee?eded ia dragging other ci( ilk. ?' la wltk tin, until w lLln tbe p*at tew day a The todden departure of ttabriar, ud the an looked far artlea ?f tt?? nlplomatic cor pi, la ooo* quenos of (be rtl?ureof >!uaga by Hlniuot, threw Jauter oal w.tn b'? atrctg h?c'-TB. Certain rf the liberal wire woikera iet Wok advaLtageof ttla elate of tblote, and ?cre<<d?(i I' irvfodng a run upon Jerker. lu tue part week be t'?'u out about half a miiiloo of deposit*. aid tMrgr ruti K ik rg atjnallf, be eakod furth?r inane from bj bta > be k*re; but be not baviafaufiiJleDt gaaran ttia to i l! >r, bey rcf'iaed, aal Jeoker wm forc-vi to c:?w bia ii?>or?, m iua? be Imagined, to Ue great cxiauroatioa f tvtijMt. tod uepccially tbe chief! ef the clergy party, moat of wbon bave all tbelr aVaUsga depended wtih btaa. ibe txact condition of tbe boute la aot yet koowo. Tbe 'lablllilca are believed t J be about W ,0*0,000, an i tat aa eta a?t far from tbe rime anon at, provided the on ia.la with the olargy are ever reaiiasd; but aaf i,tot),000 of tbtae are already annulled by law* of ttie oooatltutk-oal caveraBneat, the boaae maaf ultimately he drDi'ieal tbat amount, an I ah j extremo foil >u<k aitencr the veDturea of Jecker la tbe Svrora and Ttbuaatepec lace rpeculatljnr, and Uio aeuie dm Dia are made with tbe grealtatrairaeef?a thing, I %-a ferry to aay, not likely to bappea la Mexico. Toe failure la tbe worst wtiloh baa eTer occurred *o U*tk%>, with tbe atr gle exception of tbat of tbe honee ot Uic ntoti. It la a great oa'aculty la one reepeot and a great b'*?eU j to eociety Is another Tbe lamentable part o' tbe bioinaaa ia that over odc milium of dc:>ara baa been loat to tbe Door artteanf an>. traicra. Tna aoad Dirt of tb? affAlr li that the olerry bave loi-t their kulir, and Gab.-lar, Mtrairon aed a tt-mber a?ore rogva who km b^en mining mir.tj cos Of the mla'ortuBfi of Meiiro, ud tha bin id of ' D4t'?-< * t* wall aa foreijtarra, tave loat a portion of their til gotten talba. Taking all In ail, bed aa H ?, I thuik tha rail of ?ucb a beartlras money grab teebk-releg to a-de'.r. Sow, lmrbe. une of the rich capitalize of thia city, baa b?< n oatofd t/cMee of Jecker'i booka for the preteat. Ibw morning. the Saparforee, the bert c.mraay 'c thia city, of about 3SC wd. bolted for Ajusco te )o'o Aareliaca They went off, rrioeia an 1 all; tbortly after a coo paty U cavalry waa frnt after then, but on approaching the tftrertrra the caralry )oiocd the faa'tlrea. ahjoUi g " Pit(i la Otmfiutin." Tbm lb? clergy bare loat lo day abo?it UO oftbetr beat men by diatrtiea, whteh reduitw (be garrlara to emaetblikg le?e than 1,000 men We *re erprcttog more of the garrleoa either to go off or protrniore to nIgbL Thia city la now at the merer of the liberal*, an J if t'raga doea net tura trailer tbe g?aa? a played out at iaat 0?r Acapalto Oemapeadiiet. L'jrmi 9ratn ftnuvaa Lanrunrm, I At irvux>, llty 2t, 1800 f Pmiropr to ftrt la VMm emd A^aywlna Sfrtflpug Iftun? Bmc tha Next tf Ma Oreat FuM au M?imd-Qrmt >i?iaal HU iwrlaw Ch??! >? rtUUeml MommtnU? Gtn H"W, Sc.?Jr?A*, ?fc.?Off fjr Caaynai, * , *e , Sc. My laat waa dated fro* Real jo, wiioh piao* we teft oai tbe 11th ftor Lb CbIob. After a apln ltd tun of ton boon wa aaohorad In tba gulf or Fcneeca, abreaat of the Iowa. We (band at ansbor the American brig Chatham oa a trading Tojago froa Bo*to?. ?e fot uto way tbe following da/, bone ward be and, having iaoeaa<fal la eh tale lag a rplendld cargo of dyewood, ooohlnoal, colfce aad anger. Dr. IJvlagitoa.tbe Called St alee Gonial, r tatted oar ihlp oa tho l?b,aad waa aalutod wth rerm june. Thorn' wi of Um ooaoalar ODoo ha* lag beta robbed of lb? gortrrnjenl oaal proved u> be otter It riiiilnnon waa brak, and no oaaca of yellow fever had been beard tt Pnrlrg ear ibort ttey we Minted the Uig of San Salvador Ou Uie 1Kb we left for Aoapuleo, where wo anchored oa the 1Mb. Tbe eteenablp t?e?rrn. C*pu.i Wotaon, which lo owned by the late Atlantic and Pacilc mooinilil.i Company, to t bore an hour after oarnrrtrai, ibrefoto too oca for oar nail 8b? had with her. la tow, a large iron rrtlrbt lighter, bnllt in S?n Franrtaoo, lor Paaaaa. I oDOrreULd t'.e < 'rogoa la to be owe of tbe loamere of the prcapectlre Valparaioo Hne ArToral nawtbera of I be Saw Yms TTanALO had boon *oat to oo, la adraaoa of Um regular mall, from \ era Crui acrooe tbe load. They contained tbe newt of tbe wlHtra ihmaab lb* ablp, aad a mm* of Ma fraaual ax i ir*Ml and wafbaiae *n?ad Tta partlculara war* raad, r*r#ad a ad argatd apoa. aoJ for tba aaxt thrta daja iba marNa of tba aaoouatar aiaauaat 1 It la raloMl thai aaiatlfca (tar baadra<l man ootnprMnf uar ihip m company thrra ataald bo wmmy hMkM: htm vara land and clamor oua prtvtoaa to tho rtjttit and offrn rt la-fa m?i oa tn*lr fa?orWa, which war* qumiiy ' km by Mr. Haanaa'a wall w?h*ra Aa mm aa Mm iota L tfepbaaa aan in, aad lha f*j? or Heaaaa'a ba Df ihc bf ? a*n waa aiub'.iahal Hayoad all Joabl, onr tnek wfal up, and fr-^ueat ajipiicatiwia for <Ira<rt w.wa mad*, which wara, taaaiar, ataadt:y rafinai. I aiw in aa ad, tonal of (ha Bihuid of ti>* Mb or May ?" The daWiia wtli l<a raad by at *r> body, paraoaa Ml aiocptert,"aad ' a***r:w>r. la far aaikta aooUoa of lha oonfitry ? cawaarf la ba irua. rapadalh aa rftfarita lb* ' part*aa -tUT the baal Ma wla " aJfataagfe " playa* tat" la Kagiaad, t* ararybodyM awtto Mara Aa taara la hardty any latarcxxiraa tatwaaa lb* abora and ear ?blp t? Iba f?r#r faat aaballlaf bafore lia waatarly wt^i. ah< l ara ?*UiM la, ttara la bo 4ai>awr of lafrrt?a tothathtp " Mr. Vta kaa*, tba aiaat af tba fatIV Vxil 8l*aa??t>lp Ccmpaay, ba?, f<* tha praaaat. aadartak?a I Iba additional lalira of U>a faltM Mum Ooafit. I Ma, tavtac baaa dulytaaww, aa Vlca Coram nl i ha tattta ?UJM> at Ac **. fltf 0ffl>ar Maa- j fomary, aa May ?, 1??0 Tfc ? part >f Macfcu la a^oo^ y i 8 faw af jo^arawaat, ai-l ,, ** ,h? * , |??w taw HnwmwMk M imic r>a I **?* nl Omrtl Wh*M, Uapttua Jaa %'n, M* V ii*t?_?n 0( S*%ngm dlb?*ar r**br% r. th,, ' I ma;, tfc? abora iiwl faattaaaaa Ml h?r*? OB ttta u . w?r af Um J.ha I. RtpMU r<* Tm oru. Via iMMMra. Wa ?lu?H Uw> Maxloaa r?f vHk t nutou*' V 21 w a wktrk was raturaad froaa iba fori ?hh IDs*D? <m bar. Trad* la dooaraUc r>~?? Is brtt, nil M tbar* t? a rarrMj of light Jry too4i. Iba oatj Mte?. M Aatartoaa oaaa, bara iba market all tkatr oar a m~%j Tbara la bo , ink a: mil bara, b<il aa tb?i I* alan a monopoly, It brto|? I a >mtmh prtr??froai Ml In M par lot. Wa laara I ?ra to daj. tba M* ?f May, tar 8aa Bias, MaaaUaa aaJ li RK HERALD, TUCRSDA1 Gujbm The itOTtei! wbitk M In ctronlattM t*M ftbnut new dttflraHkv Kd dtfturfeMQM ?t Uis above , iiUom are M aad rtltfcr to muerlalljr, thtt I wWlbold tk*n for the prtaaal, pro attaint. however, M furoith j jou with the true verkon In my neit from Guy mm. Oar Vera Cr?i Co?r??p*m4?i??. Vrk.4 nul l, May 3d, I860. Mr. MatXew, tAe gnylii\ JtiniiUr?H de Otbriac?Tht A if U tj Jt'ktr 4 0# ? Tht JlariH ?*ptdUio*~3cwr I'achecu?D'jLmaUc CouiUiut?The Ireity at Washing Urn, dc. Mr. Mattew, as Bitted formerly, eiuot o op hi> mind lo withdraw from a placj where be .ecognlM no ovtrcnient. ud It la a nltv that tailuul ahnnM ha i? I presented by a man of neither energy nor resolution. How be will be able to answer for tits negligence IB f.ot bav rg started the oonducU, when tiro mUHona of sssney belonging to English creditors are lying Idle la Ifeiioo, remains to be seen; nor la this money safe, as by the latest newa the clergy ware stirring op the stem of the suburbs, and foreigners had asked permission to arm themselves. Gabriao passed through here incng some days sgo, and went on board of a man of war at Saeriflcios. All gwarda were doubled to prevent a demonstration, which certainly would ha-ro taken place in any oity less peaoeable and clvfltaed than Vera Crux. Only one honae was 1'Jnrnlnated wMh a transparent, saying, "Good bye, Gabrlas," and cahers did not follow, Ue:ng afraid of the police. The depravity of this rascal was even shewn here, ae In a conversation be ia said to have remaned, that he would obtain an Interview with IxVd John Raaaoii, lelUug him that the liberal party were a set of cutthroats, who, when once In power, bad the premeditated plan of assassinating nil the whit*?; that he had tho oopy of a speech of M. Juares to that effect, Ac. This alone ahows wbtt a venomous reptile the thing la; and 1 now elite that sbj thing of the kind Is dot in the remotest degree to be believed even by the moet Inveterate of the chnroh P*rty, and as for the liberals, they really deplore, with a'J foreigners, that M. Juarez does Dot evea puDtah half enouyh ibo common criminals and cutthroat), muca less | political offenders. Th's criminal diplomatist of Pranoe has at 1m1 been punir hed a Utile, by lorlng part of hla lllgotten wealth through the failure of Jedur?mm say $1^9 000. bat the news is too good to be true. Whsn he arrirsd here, he was a broken down rone, without a out, aad i? tald to have remitted already $800,(00 to Franoe He also boasts that ? Blx months he wi*l have h!s pest ?g*la, bat I myself, being an eDthustftsMo admirer of Napoleon, betlere that he will not only not appoint him again, hat punish him ss be deserves for his fane statements, and more so for havtag prolongwt the d'aaetrons war Tor two years. His reappointment may belike that of Otway, being made a petty consul, but cried op to the skies, probably byjthe pen of his wife, who most unfortunately managed his weak intellect here, to her p*oflt and tho disgrace of England and detriment of Mexico. Reflecting the diplomatic corps, I cncloee a flip of the JVejrao of the 19th Inst. Nctblxg certain is known as yet respecting the Mate ot affairs of Jecker. bat it Is certain that his acaets cannot hs worth aurji, ?ay aeveral mlaei, which no far have nut been successful; government linds on the Isthmus of t*huan tepee (existence coubtfol); Of won rail'ion of dollars given Bins In bonds by Klranion, aad which fold at thirty par cent, but will now be valueless; alvan^ea on charci properly, which kiigold already to private individuals by (be legitimate government, tto. He certainly calculated u> make euch trandu'ent cUima good thrcugh Gabrtao, who once bad the importance to be willing to make a cobveriicn of It, but that la all moonshine now. He may alio have tune boi.de. called de Ptza, a tormer ILaietsr of Mtramoa, which were given out at one per cent, and which are q-ioted In the market bo# at 40 centa tbo $110, bearing an iutereet ot thr?o per cent, whlcli would b- a good lnvcttnient, If any ration ?i m?n could suppose that aurli r wind its could ever be reoofcirsetf. You may ooceHer how sl!or4dli muet be ahtk"n In the capl'al, and auother failure at a man who ti aaid to h.ire furnithed the money for the liar In expedition la noon to follow. Rrpar<*.irg that piratical affair, 1 know from goot an tbority lb a authentic documents are hers proving that ltiramcn had tboee vecael* bought at Havana, as well as the bark ronoepcon. cleared with provkions from Havana fer Oalv?stcn and optarcd *?ar Aivnrado, which cargo wee <w>nfuoeit?ci and hM by thla government. Ih'a will be ac;tnr evidfoi j-roof with reg? d to tlae steamers, snd ifcow v?r Sue!* that be !? tn the wrong box. YeeUrday it* Rparlrh tolcittfcr, Pa:h??-o, arrived on beard the ,-'p*ni*li *i-a.-i<>r Ifcrrsicu-la ?hir au'.h.>ritias al'owid her to anchor lt?*d?- the poit, where Mr. Mrftaae vetted blm. Lart dipht Mr r*cbe:o leod^l, <rnit<tl Mr. kcUnt with all M- nuts, ard iber. altpp-d l?H the e'age coach. He laauppcscato i?p>aln at JaWpa, nedveobo* mttiera will pncreis. O' c>'.r?e wbeu be retch a tb? capital Mlramcn's r 'ty will cringe to nlm; bu m D? is raid lo be an bootft s< d iiii.Hg-ai man or <xm~s? all tueh Sr>e?larda ta him a tiutia B<1? elutni -ri'i mmit nn>n him ap<t convttRu b:iu, >8 tbr?y -lid Mr 8* v. * tWarea, tbaitaecooYfiiUoD ' ? a ?b>a<.ful pi'.* nt frail, wjiru a?y rtapectabie Kimrtiurni wenll oitA.atof u.inoll Id( tor a notbrri, ?o.l ro U>? AltuoM* tr ? / mu?t fail to the giocod, at a intr* ire sUti hi|*M cl M?Ug old Caircra fctry. I r*tJ juu a al!p of onr Pterin, wb*re tho cf tbia!tim< u? c< l??bIku are ruaied, aid jou m*y rely ttat ru.-h ?t*l? moll *irli u?. The r>.|li>a cot.?im o? w bad a<v ?b, aTicuat o* to ft (ir,<((>, or wbica tui^ <1 ;tv,cflu i? id iha haada if fci|"?bKta, tbe ba'aro* fr'rg ' m. * < e<1 id I > H by lor", /? aod ii'rziciL.., ?''icb u: jk abataa too, but t*ill not i . CI4<<<1 aa tb* Icistr M. GaWUc. by tbi way. ir-*l b? In a towrrlo* rarer 0 ?l< n acfoi.L. lifht ioaa it1* Jaofcar, aad tfcao baaa M l'r ll'Iai e did t ol t*k> I't rn'iVH P '** of him. al lbi.u?b hewed to ?Ur- a.K io aca C pia-a Aidhrm Wbtv arttvleg on bear trie iVr?n<u?'? Lo *u rejalTuJ wilt if e aa'uie due to f r rut an<i ibra* ebra/a Now,?oo ???, Una an?or? wait, aad yoa may dep^t 1 tipno it that Mr McUkBo aenwa what ha taatout.aad h*a a tact u( actxinpliabtcc end*, a# 1 am iur? few diplo naurta poatc** P> ik)? r be > gong to Jalapa, in, where, H la?aid. that aW> Mr. W*thew la 1t pec led. aad > r hapatbeymay anooeed tatarwaidlof thataJaaf Mr. Uraga to rtttcre peace to ib a ial?<tiiui? country Hovavtr, Mr McIacc'* clijaot la to oat of the hot c'.mata bara. la the B?aal me, what are our people <io\ng h\ W?blegtocj Will they ratify 'he treaty when U ti ton laa? Mark try word* if ctoe lb* goternataat r.^sbea tbocapt ?i iuu ufMj win not do ujiua ipa, ii >u our un weald g?> <iowa on tb?lr b?alad kaMa, or 01Ut tea umci tt? amount now atlpulated Vbea Cars, Uty it, 1M0 M. de QcMrise?Uu Official OmJuU ami Aft an rial Jfmm?CnUtd Sutu Tat*U SLtf uvty h U IuU Him?IHr. Mclmne mtd S>mr Fo*\ta>? Quern Vic (orit't BirtSd*t?Rumort? Mr. McLute't Injltenee With the Libmlt? HraUA of Vtra Orut? Iflaihtr?Pu Ammiam CinnUaU?M. PicUt, 4c. Now ay laat )ottlaga, uadar data of lllta May, H Gabrtae,tba ratirkag raaaUtd Fraach MiatMor,Uaa arrivad la U? la city, aad li saw mm board a Fraaab war raaaal lay tag off Baerttctoa. It win ba raaaatbarad tbat M Uabrlao waa awiH ta raaogblM tba raroluUo&ary goTornm?at la U>la coaatry la appoaitloa to tba llbaraia. Ha waat ao far m to commit hit government la that of the p>Uoy of the revoluUoaiata, ud ?u ooudemaed aad roc ai lei by his gorarainont for hla aofarloua pondust Of ova* there waa money in rWw with Uibrlac, ud ho proatl uted hia power to Him iL Tha fruit, however, baa hrstd aoor la bla handa, aal b? will wither aad wilt la boralof ahaaa, under tbc novae whloh marked aad dlagraood hu official oiretr la Mexico. Ba waa rota uae rated in part by drafta drawn by the treat baaka-a of tbta oouatry. Jeohar * Co., oa Earcpeaa eorraopondeuta, but whtab, of eaurat. will be protaaU't, aa Jeoher ft Co. fallad about tha Ubm M. Oa brlat Ml the city af Mexico to aaabark for Fraaoa Theaa drafto aaaoutad to Uta aau( aum of f 12>>,000, aad had Gabrlac boon aa lecky aa to hare antioipaied the newa raachlag Europe, nla loaa of place, paeiu. u aal ih warier would ao doubt bar* been reooactled to hit ooeecieaoe, U Be ever had any. The Kraaoh eHlaeoe of thla city oaiae vary near Mraaadlag tha treat defunct ?fciie bo tarried la Vo.a Out, had they doao ao tho Mate would not bare Tb? EoglMb. tyonteb u< French wir nwtlo tohiird ht?, tort Mrs did sot No dlaretpoet wao *U a.ed tbo French naUoo, but It wm rather a oom(>',liiKi<>, b/ th. ooal*mpt bewa Qabnae ?od tbo n.lcrvmoil c* tb? t reach ft) TtttMM'a roefcll of bim. Wheo tbo no* French UioUWr errtrre horo our norj will do him oil iho boojn duo to tbotr KM <>n tbo arrlral of Si cor Paebeoo, tbo ooo Ppaatob IM lor, oo tbo Mtb toot, M this port, tbo ?aw>o*l rw i Mi aalutod bia Wrtb tM naoal co?jMlmm>? preoorlbod by cattooal courtoaHh ud omIom oo euob oocaotoaa. Ob tbo dm day a eatata by oil tbo tooooIi woo aiao (iroo tveoly om go no eech, lo honor of Queen V.etorta'a birth dof, *nd oil tbo Ooaonto tooted |bolr it<a Tbo t?moI o tbo barbor ami at Saerlfoloa wore all t*M(lfultjr dato rated wtih national flag*, and 1, as an A<*ortoaa, om do lighted to aa? 1 waa plooood at tbk mark of Uauaotioo ia txaor of tbo good oad vlrMM <*een of tbo (root Britfah torero meat Oa tbo iMb. at noon, tbo AmerKson Mr. Ho looe, o'kHt oa boar.I tbo noroctfieia, Hpa?i?h friaaoo. m nmy bM official ra?p>cla to -teaor Paehaoo, aad wm aaJatad br the |?M 1 U)? nrfrsr>?M, aad Umm *?r? aaawarad fines tfca Broktyu m tba flavor .'jrbeoo aall?d en Mr. M?T*n?. aad wm MsmpuM by *u the afllc*n of Uk ??( *a?h Irlpto, la fan imi r^*i4na. tt?k la (?rrh?nf? of mm ctvUttiM aad OMrhttM af Umw 4m ttojrMfcad ralMaai lipiMMlMllM h*d ? tolltoB afreet om the raacttaaartaa of Vet* Craa. r.ier wwra i Mtoatafe+rl *nd ll< met romfrab-md bo* H wm that Um ia>crk-aa ?nd Ppaafcb ABMMtMn a?ui< U?a hsbftob I lod MbiM eaab a'bar vltk m ranch friaadliaaaa. Toe fMl M. tbera ara maay pnw tm Van Cua who *mii? < d ih* ran of u? ifWraJa imi wowid fro am tf u*r town. \id ibe? bar* wn tbe nop***" ' * -> thai to i6.?c*liy towarda the AwitaM, U?e literal* know wt j. Jener IVii*r? !*fl (W 'be rttl a* tt>a irn'oi 1 r 1he vfeb. hie family few %*a pra*>v nnniiu oa s. ir< ib? M*reafe*la. I wb?ita oerda ci bi h|tw? 1 i>M he had b*n to Par* Md >** York I ma^iet KM hfih Aeeaoe Ho>l aad tbe Oread RoM t, |.-*rr? \m. . ,r*a<4 Mm tMM Ike aKleaof Ham York < ; rtrU were ibeut Mipw tVaor lvh?M did mat ibtoc to call oa ?? . *ad 1 bare aot iw?b b? fbrn ly. bnt i>r?? i.a? it mat i ta ueaaeadoca, ?? I eowaled tairty pi <-< ? y ?IU> he Mark, which 1 bar* ao rtoow oom htai itinv or larg rat ?nr#r to taal at Ota Mala (Meal I*), ' ha way tbcae >a?|ni charge. I , JUNE 14, I860.?TRIPLE l? to nmond Imm feat Mlramoa haa Had 1 country. Not btHerat, though. 11 li eleeruege**! 1 I'raga, Bt the head af the Ubml for oca, ?? m? hoar a march of tha city of Mexico, awl ??M Utt ? ' without arlag gna. Not believed either Ur |> to |WJy attaohad to Mr. NiUm. oor Mia^r; and Mr. McLa^a will have much mora tanuen^ when ibe llberala are to poaaeieion of UUa coaaU j than aiy other man ia It. If they will hearken to hia conceal, their will gtt a'ang and auatain Iheuaelrea well, aad eauoltah their g' veramrat ea the propoaed ooaaUtutioaal haaia ef tba guarantee! of c.vll and religion* liberty. Ttreie la do! much r'ckceaa hero aa yet, and ao ?w no. I bare not yet beard of a case. Tba ralay sea ar.n baa not let la, aad the weather la terrifically oppreaalra. The erewa of tba Saraaae, Brooklyn, Saratoga aad I Rodeo are all In imh hultk Mr. Mclaae win leave (or Jatopa la a tow days, to eocap* from tbe beat. Mr. Elgee, Seorttary of Logattoa, will remain In Vera Our for tbe present; and 8 0. Armstrong, the Minister's private secretary, will leave shortly on the Dodge, with despatchea for oar government. the United Stale# Ooaaalalo hero, and or the auspice* of Colonel ITckett, haa rcaumed Its former high rank, and the business character with which thla moat aooompltobod ofliccr dignified It. and 11 la now seeoad to nooe la tbe conduct of all conaular hoaiaeaa la aa/ ooonlry or oadar ax y lOTenwiL My Impression to that Colonel Ptokett to oapabto of Oiling any foreign roeltion under tbe appointment ot our go versment wlih honor and credit to biaaeif and oooatry. Varna Orc*, May 29, ISM. Military McummU?UnUed SLiUt Veutit in Port?Arrl*I of GtnertU Wkeai?Dtftmi of Ura^a?lke OJicrrt of the Saratcija?Itynojuii of Her Cruitt, Sc. Oarv?jal (not Jeeua Maria, of Tamau'.liao), entered Pachuca about a woak ago, ant got $10,000. Arteaga, who waa seat out by General Alvarez, h*a bad a tight at Coca la, killed and wonaded of tbe enemy 1,000 men. At laat accounts, he waa mar eh log on to Join Uraga. Colonel Colombo* its archit g from Talvaticora, with 1,600 men to tbe eame point. 1 vend yon a synopsto of tbe crnlM of the Saratoga, furnlehed mo by an oCloor on board. The Wave reached here oa tbe 9Mb, havtog Bailed oa tbe 30th from Berwick Bay. The Brooklyn, Savaaaah, Saratoga, Supply and revenue cutler Dodge are here. General Wheat arrived on tbe 26th, aa bearer of dee patches from Qeneral Alvarez 1'ienilent Juan a and all bia ministry are In high spirit*, and eoukider ibe revolution virtually at an end. General liave baa (one up to the column near Poebla to suporialend ita arganlzactoB. Mar 31,1800. Tbe Eng'iah courier arrived laat night, and bring* the rumor that Mlmwoa surprised Uraga, and after a desperate fight tuck Uraga prisoner, bo being *o baily wound od that bo ooald not eaoapo. Uraga bad 0.CC0 men, and Mlramon 2.0C0. The rumor, tti itAitvao im 4Ua^il(iA4 W? I the literals here. Tour correspondent will inti for L* gun* to SMrrow on um rmv ontter Dodge, towed by tbe Brooklyn. Mr. McLase goes In the Brook ja on bail ten or Importance. Mr. McLane it a boat la hlamair, ud the country cu nit assured that be will lea re no stoat unturned to bring this knotty question tj a speedy settlement. He has won tbe beans of all irith wbom be has been brought In eon tact Mr. Ugee, his secretary or le gttion, accompanies him Capt Turner, o( the Saratoga, M expecting orders to return hoeue by the next kail. He Is a gallant saUor. Mr. ferry, Ue Aral lieutenant, is the ten of the Immortal Commodore of too sane name. All tbe cfBcers of the Saratoga are as hospitable and as courteous as tbey are competent and brare. siNoreig of ma crcihk or rag vmitcd statis 9loof-ov wa* puutooa. The Saratoga was built In 1845?, at Ktttry, Maine. Bar arirttu< nt Is sis Mxty etsEt rati fjarteen thirty tiro Cunilers, *nd her tonnage Batons, the Saratoga wont to present oemmieaion on the 19th day of Jans, 1968, at d put to sea on the 21st ol the same month for tbe Gu)t or Mexico, daring the excitement growing out of tte prccectingp of tbe British cratsors in tbe Qulf of Mexico ud be West Indks. Her orders were to protect ocr (tag agatnat any tlmi.tr outrage*. Her terrtaea were co'., boweter, called into tequiaiUoa. as ore era had been forwarded to th<> erulsere hy the Boglwh government for tbe cireauon ot their effenstre piooerdings. Tbe aeta of the oro'eers were not warranted by any orders from their government, hut aroae from tbe wah of the offlsers to obtain the prize money resuttlig from the capture of f hirers II wat aprareat at the time, from the speenbos tn the Brttleb Parliament, that tbe government hai n > o teatcn of afiraaixg a of ofltcslTu pretensions at to the r??bi of teaieh or * a.t Coring time of peace, and lnrltM tbe United Hune to Join tn sn eoaaa po toe. There being no ocoeitoa for the preeecca of the 9tr?to fa in ite v< - Indtae, tbe *?i ordered to to<ioh at tne is<end of N'aratoa, en rule for Grey town, to look at?r the intrretis of a compeny of Amerwaae wbo were em pioyeJ m reil^etitig guano. Tbe < ep?*U was Jiajorerad by an american metthenl captain, and a oompaar waa formed tn Baltimore to ooiW-et and abtp tt to tbe United Sutra. Afew C?y? prtvlottaly t? her arrival, ?aro Haytteo men of war bad vlalud tbe lalaad aid warne 1 Mr. K. aaer, tb< agf at for Ua coatptoy, lo quit mt. lalacd I mm Mutely. Ceptain Toi n?r. however. directed Mr. Fmar to omtUcoo b'aof eratuira f tboogo be bad ?( r?NlTM DattnalonaiM or natll beaaw bin agaia. I'epUia Tuner dtieroilwod to prcet'd at otor to Port an ^rltc* and hare a perioral hi tNfkw wltb lb? auUicrltle* who claimed JirwdJcttoo over ibo ta'abd. t'ejneia Tamer baviog rtoalvwd aoaurukiI irom tbo iia>ttea |utfrnB?i>> UuU Mr. frtisr rb?a!4 recetro do fo'ther nilaMttuni, tU? ftuticfta aat'ad for San Jvmm del Norta, U.i ting at ibc telaad of Nevaaaa, to looc aft< r our 'aUrdU id Ula* quarter, where aba arrived oo tbe VDtb of Anfuft T'i* tareiota r? rnVoeil on tt?? eft t oi Crairal America uaul hcrreujl** vbao order* war* It e Kief (<rtoer from ibe Narj Oo^wmkaI lo orjatcti ler It&acd'.ataly to Vaia Craa, touibng m Tenitcf), to kqat;e u.w> tbe oauaff* perp*4r**rd oo our c uitLe a> ibat place It appear a tbetafoio-d loaa hat bee* exacted fum aeveral of oar tiiMU, aad Mr. Baa Ilea, *to ntatrd HiM d(Mid, ??ikrm into prleoo. Oj teio Tnrrrr, at bla Interview with On|?n?| Oaattiio, the lit a acttrg Govtrror, demanded tbat the mvecf aboall t-a rtlmatd and fcauafeclioa 'fTertd ror the outrage. A* Co'.otel Caetulo bad co power to act, Oeptela Turn, r pro mutd at coco toVeiaC uxto lay Uio mm baiora tb < PteiKXatof VtilM At tl>e interview wl?b tba Pr?et.?ent ("apttin T>ir??r aa mred bmthaitctb acta aa wero bet eg porpetrmtel oa curcttiztia woiid ceruialy d>?troy the rympalhv for tbttr caito which waa laat gr< wiog la tba Uaitod 4wale?, a<l dtntDded Imaceole'e rettmalK* of iha mnway forci Ir<m < ur citiz-ae at T*o>t ico Toe i'reatieat r pbei that he regrattel that anything ibotilii bar* oecnrred la later nipt tiv frkDOly reUiloce eit?wg between the two gov etcmebia, and attend Ckptaia Tamer tbat tbe moc y ?bo^;<l be f^ald to I toi tbe ne\t day, asd the aoiharlU-a at Tavptoo be hold to a aulet acoowatebUMy for their cm doct. Dartig tbe month of February, 18**, It waa reported Ihii a lirci (rr(? o' Mil ateamer Trail a?< <. fir the pa'pcae of a<eMl*eg the Here! goTeriment. T*e Pi?aat Md Koglwh Miaiatera at U.< city of Invo wot order* I) th?!r r<fie<1roti< moi to pervlttbe lA&t* eg of 1 bat force. Captain Turaar Ism dlaieiy loughl an interview with Utptala Dub tap, toe taker a>Di?M?diac eft Mr a> bar tnuaata Majeety-a foTCtt, tad info-mad bla* that ha wo aid mi ptraalt My vnai ol the trued Htetaa u>bobaardid m hta praaaani. and ttai there til Dot aa : ffleer or au ta hta ahip ?h> would no* tick be for* pirating neb t total koa of the rijhl of kaUosa Aa the flhbueler force dtd not arrive, ib? ie prai a* oppor ict.Hy o/Vred (ar the officer* to I Ml law ihrtNlm in the altar of the right of eearch. N< ih ?t ff n.urh tntrrrtl tranaf?tred from Uta' liaae art 1 the rapture of the iqoarfroa, under the eoauiaad ot Ad ml raJ Maria, at Anion Liiirlo, oa the Oth of March Ian. There kelrg hardly a dooht ot the oaaapUjUy 1 the Spa a?h goTerhaeeat la the AtMag oat of that aipediitoa, Ohpt Tiu fit r beeetTta la he ismomltaed (ar ha nag atrook the flrtt blow In deJeaea of the Moaroe daatrtae, aad there tbot-M be ?uch a rtct |.ifon awarded him on hia arriral la the l atttd rtuwa aa hta naaly aad mrgiUi ooarae J nelly eatitlea hta to. The Haratrfa haa heea twa yeara la oomMia, aad la aow awaking her relief la the harbor of Vara Ona The folio whig la a itet <>f her officer* ?Ocaaaeader, Tbcuaa Tataer. Uuleiuii, M. C. Parry, W. V. Jr flare, K T. Chasm aa; targioa, C II. Wheelwright; Aja latent Horgeoa, wm King. Paraer, J. H. Watanough; Late tali aat OnBUMiag Mariaea, J. Eraaat Mali a. HMaalfwa, (J. B. While, H M Blue, ? Kaa'a; Oaaaer, Wat. Gape; feilnakar, War Maul. RoeUwam,? Rob.neon. Oarpsa tar, ? Thome*. tbu Can, June 1,1M0 I 7k* BattU at &uiialsj?T*?OmtfvtUm / Adi ml "if ft j <#< ? We cf tb? traa eraaa km cri?td ul agitation* j month to weary tba beat of nraum Qaaaral Woll la , ?rt with a prodamlloa to bia aoMiaae eiiiiM with ) |brr-M?l Ikt 24th, Um biitlt having kaai foagbt tba fottowlBf day?abawtag the abkJIag eoafldanoe of Iba woo , derfnl 0?Mral la the totagrtty aad MMu af hie troopa 1 If he did not wto the bittle.be ande a glortoae Baalfeelo ( ft pikkailca after tba heal af beM I a rtetan I no- a trry ' a war cry oftra baafd la MaHoo to tba mt?at af * defeat aad deelraotlea. It la provable that Ur^a *j bta heea wonadad aad made piUaaat, aa1 that | G?n#r?l Woll baa abo been wono.ied; bat um fbeto u we bare rot jel eoa Orated la a way l> ba ratted apta a wl'.h evrtaluty. Tba beMto >'irporta to hare baao fonght at Ona^atajara the Mtb, WtoaraphM to Master from Qie a rrtara the iSih, aad fee proclaMltoe of Qeaeral Adrtaa t Well to h?? rokttero la dated tba 2?th (?). la tba ooafu a tea, aid (lathed with tba (lory of Tioiory, H la probable a he Ceaeral forgo* tba data of the d*y on which ba woa ao a Barb faaia to aadara la Meileaa awaory for three or w laar waaha u I rend jeti be raw11 h proilanatkiaa had all tba data wa ai bare at rommard. The aaw? haa dle?nb>1 o<ir e.|,? o! l aal*y, aad yet II It a at fatal la oar reasonable hope* a| .. ID T (LtflltiPl tr n W*?*ni<mM, JimII, 1M0. || Tb? rtMiMM Of H?Ur4?y tftrraoon tiu r??ptoo uu? r.i lo l> o 4ih J?M M Um Ttctoty at i.ua.ftUtor* wm la ? 0??. l ttrMp. ?Mr?r cuooaabot to ic oA bla > (. At a Md eoafuoloa to??*l 0?i WoU, ni*wn, Ui ? with jr??t fury o? the iter*)* Tbo affsir fd-I*! tl d?p*rtloa ?a1 fif bt of tbe ?bo>? army ot lib?ra?A m A Taint teo My* U? ?i*t w?ai leeoefrebeeef ? kr, bu It cu??? fro* am au:bjr!U(lTO aod I HP*. Hi m. t'?f? a*i* h (?c?jv. bat ik? lo?t of h.? ?t will If ?i:hnhN lite ? 0*r 7<)>f ba.l Miimd tk? rmMMoy ? tlM H s?r* A ccndact*. wHfc UM.MO, fiOM 7.?rat?*a?, hti arrlr ? d at Tamptco AnoUi' r large mcduoa waa nonet- y ttcttd from Oo*a*)nf SHEET.. ' "I r.dVElim OF THE AOAIKS. What the Japanese are Doing in Philadelphia. ALL SORTS OF INCIDENTS ABOUT THEM, TOMMY ON A LOCOMOTIVE. 1?1S1T fiP THR RHRAKSY TO THE MINT. Practical Working or the Currency Question. Arrangement for Their Reception in Mew York, fee*, ft*, U OUR PHILADELPHIA CORRESPONDENCE. Pmi-iDru jiu, Jnn? II, 1840. The Encilemmt Ootr tkejapamem Tktir Joumtv from Baltimore?tommy m tke Locomotive?Amuta Uitutlf by Mngtng tke BrU?M<orpH<m Sftock of Mayor Henry? The Proceirion?The SctiM Along Ou Bovlt?Appevrance <f the Sirred and BuQdingo?tommy Throwing Kit us to tke Udiet?The Ambnuaaorn anrvtying the Multitude? fke Crowd Supping ike Prooeition?Ths Military Obliged to nrct Their Way through?The Japancte Viewing tke Military from tke Balecmy of tke llotd-The Impdmui City fatkert Crowding tke Embastey One Side? Whit tke Embauty Think of the DemomUatimin tke Quaker Oily, etc., dc. I will re Bume ?j description of the profrcta of the Japanet?. At tke train, whJch oonaiated of two paoenger can and a (i||?r van, left Baltimore and glided on ward thmnah the anfttarha r?f th? ?tt* it *aa aMna(n> (a nliaf? the crowds of people that had collected on each side of the Hm. Tbeee eytd the carritgea wlatlully, and their dicers arose ud died away again la pieuant harmony aa the Iron bone continued on Its way. Children of all agm, down to tbe Infant in arm, were brought oat to be shown tbe great lioaa of tbe day, and no doubt In yean to ceao they will talk of having aeen tbe Japangae. Tbe train proceeded without top page till within hUf a mile of tbe town of Havre de Grace, where a detention or a qeerier of an how occurred, owing to the railway ferry beat being on the opposite tide of the river. When H returned tbe tiratn move?i forward on to tt, and ait am. hen of the Common Council of Philadelphia, sash wearing a libben deoerated wtth the Oaga of America and Japan, under which were the words 'Ctty Council of Philadelphia," itepped Into the Ambaatadon' car. Cap tain Dnpont introduced tbe tfeputntton to the chier Anbeeeader, 8imme Boojaen No Kami, who roee and extended hla hand to enih of them. The rpokaaman at the number then aid?"It afrrile me greet pleasure, your Exoellenciea, to welcome you at thla point on the part of tbe people anl antboritiea of Philadelphia, and to extend to yon tbe warmest and moat friendly hospitalities of tbe ilrat manufaetariag, and one or tbe Brat commercial cUlea o' the Onion." To thia bin Highness responded through the interpreter, and thanked tbe people of Philadelphia for their kindneaa. During the tine thus occuptod the trala had been borne wicm the broad besom of Iks Susquehanna. On retobirg lb* opposite side of toe river the tooomotlre PnnMi Webster, gaily tftcoraled with flags sad a picture of Um put Daniel, m booked oo, and away wont the train avid hearty sheer* Dm Ikt concourse of people that had ssremhltd to obtain a glimpse of the peering strangers. At nbont one o'clock luncheon was served on the oare, oocsisUrg of cold tongue, bam and bbleksn, with tbe addition of MoaeUo wtno. Thin repast was reUibod by both Japanese and Christians, and thi only fhult was that there was sot eaoogh of it. When Um train rBached Wilmington the crowd tbat had gathcrtd on both sldse of tho line was Immense, and the roughs of the pl%oe, occupy tag tho front rank, mads remarks and utMrod shouts wbicb showed them to be much iLcMned to amass themsf lrss at the expenne of the Arlatice. Hiilo ' old horse 1" cried one of these te tbs imperial interpreter, who sat next to an open window. I was eeated next M htm; oo he turned to me. *}'ng "what does that m?es*" Iho next woman! bo had n bocqoet thrust te him through the window. It bad n card attached to H brarMg a name in Jepaieas characters Tbat oflicor's not here; he's at Jeddo,"s?il Namara to ths segro who presented it. Well, please tj give it him,' saMtiambo, and be departed, Marts* Ktmira In poeotieton of the flowers. The? bad Ussly b?en sent by tome offlosr of the nary wbo had recently retorted Irom Japan. At Uut umt ibe warning bell wu being rang by TkVstsh Oncjero (the renowned Tommy, wbo bad taken bis plans on tho Moomstire n few Motes prerlonsly), wb<-n the uein was stopped in order to aUo ? the Ambaaadors the i-rlTDege of taking their places oo the loader. Tbey weie venturesome esough to a<o?nd to It; bnt flsdlng tbs spot b) no means loxtrinue, they at or of ?^pr>od down egain, leaving to mm*, the only one of Unm bold enough M amy, to contiane bis journey while cbatUng with the ?*|later end trcmen. Tie, of course, wan now "the ehr? r*?d of sll ofcoer**?e," sod wan srtdeotlr htehir da lijbted w itti b? poaittca. For Tomvy likta appltuaa ud te baa b?MM 10 muob accustomed to pibli jttr Ikil to caaaot to happy wHbovt II, wklle exetjment h almoat aa leoetear? lo bte aa food. At tolfpaat Urea iba tra'n arrived at tba Phlla delpfcla depot, Ib fall ?' * of a Diatom fall ot Oty Couacl'aMO, who were 4 raw a a; la a douVa tlaa aad kept la paatuoa unter tto ceaeralafaip of tto aaataiaat clerk of tto Common OnaoU, wto likely felt luaaelf ft Napjieoo far Ito mooeal. ' 7 Tto Brit o^Jaet fore'gn to ito ey:a or tb?ae Coaaolla, aa I bey are at; lad, that appeared b afore taaa, araj tto ?e*ba* like loraa of Iwaf la tto act of rlaflaff taa bell of tba locamottTe, bat wbiob oaeupaUoa to atoa * aorprtaod all ipNUbrt .. ,b* **?*? *_?k* aa?altteo am whom ftorol rM tt*Mtk0lMtHli|ttMlM?MrkalM0( Ika Twbaoaj waa aaw teka k?a raaaiag tomd Ir? nrjuDmIji la >?o4,aad ko. Ilhr a tow atiaataa' dohy tad hum ?? loro ao tor tkat Mm treaty koi mt? no ipdhtm*), m4 waa fliod lata us cottofs from ky oao of tbo railroad Ml. Tko ABkanodon than X ay pad oat af Ua ear aadar tba foeart of Ib<- rrar pr??*i? (kaakawm, aad war* pro rated to Iba Mayor, who addratoad Itm m teflon la r?vta<Mrate arataaoao, aa dacotad by tko pm:iai!?, M ttM tbara waa a p?uaa to alio* of IraaaUura bMiraro lack. "la babalf of tha arxanblrd aotborHlra.aad la tba aaaM if tba oMaeaa of PhUada'phla, I woiooaM your Exorltaa Mra. Am ifce iataNKlon of a poworffcl i)Tero*fa la lb* rdoral lorcraarat of oar ooattry, you aro aattilod la ( or* Bftat.'ratauoa of r*?pa<4. it tba rafroarataUraa tad irat naltero froai a (raat aattoa kltfcarte atraaaora ?ut wltb wboa It la daairad la proaaote aad footer tbo mi fr loudly lotcroaorao through all aaatac yoaro. wo ifcr to yoa tha boofMallttaa of tbo cfty. Wa oat mala tba Mao that durta? your vbll la PblUdriphia yaw EiooOra ma wiu uti mil mnnm of lb? baarty |Md will Md ilrdly rt|wi with wblab yoar >fim ? ?'"Mil by |? ftUnn *' Is rapij lo Ikk the CbHI AnktaUtr ipaka a few tor da inaodibia ? m;-m* Ml bla owa later iwotoi, who tddraaaad htwaalf tor ta tba PraamM'a MarmMr,?feaM?i aaM, iiIIiimHi Uw Major?" Ifce Aw >aaaador la aiucb obliged ta yea, aad the ! >! ) aaitol alaiKk aWaaaia Naikalr nm ta year ally." la aadlataty after tbb, ftpim Depart M tka wiy to to* arrtageo witb iba obief Wivay laealag an bto ara u< toyer Beery artJilaj kiatda tbaw. Am Japaaaee vat waded lata bla oamafe Brat, Iba latorpretor to Haw ad lad Mlaait hlaa, after wbieb Cbptoto Oepoat Hi Ma layer toak tbelr plaeae oa iba antoto INI. Captota Lee, hattof la akarga lb* fleooed Aabaaaador, loarofakr Ardadye No Kant, aatovad tba aoat carnage, liar wblob tba aeooad taper HI latorpretor toak kto plaoo j Ida bla turtle fbaad eoaatryvaa, wblH oaa of tbolooal beaeil Ml aoit to Iba aaral o (fleer. Poor Japaaaee aratod thaaaalraa to Iba Mrd carriage. d iba treaty box, aarrtad by tour Otaaa Ooaactlaaea, raa pHeed la tba aaxt oaa Tbaa tba aarrlMaa UM la oloh aoereeitee, and aa they (Iliad nrarad away aad *ak tbclr plaooa la tba Itoa of praeaaalaa, wblab aaaa 1 pi to Bm forward Upaa eaMrgtof ftoai tba dap* Ka Aabeoeadore vara aaluted by tba amtnbla4 traaja, Id Iba ebeero of a wlghty tbroag of Mb?a Iba aaaai ooliia waa biadad by a reaeera oerpa of pallia ad a o?u< hmaat o' tba aatee, toltowtag aba aamm toa afttd fllatee meriaee; than namo Oeaarai Pol a aad laff. thro tba Firat Oky Troop, oeaeHttog af toiy taa tea; lb' o tba Kirat 1'iaaoyivaala Prafoaaa, IHy lira i?o. aa<i aait Iba Blank Raaoara, forty-oaraa mm, bftor blrb followed tba oarrtogoa luiaplii bf bo latotr, la a Ibcaa of tba fHy OaaaoUi aad Oarhe af Oty Oaonnda cd of tbo ctly eoreraaeal, wblab a walled iba aaaibar > r Miaae eahiriee to eboet twobeedred Tba artktary i speared ta fbil toroa, Md ware irawa ap la a doablo -a wblla tba pium pooaod. tbelr ejvaaraeoe waa try Ha, aad tba Zotbtoo wed lb* Mlee* bf?o of '7$ at J ? feat balag ? itaWatk* af tba rnMk raetaaata of tbat lM| mad tha n?*t after tba atd *yl? of ahovfI kata and ,Uow laatbar hwrcbca Whan tka nroti?W paaad tioad Ik* liaaa forawd by tba troop, tba Uar look up Uwtr mai*h la U* rtv, Foraeeel aftar rwriafM aMN Brtfadlar <taaaral Oadvaltedar and . ; tfera tka Ftr* raf????t of arniKry; ib?o Mm W?k let Oi?y?, ??aaM; tkaa tka rkiia.laipfa? 0?fa. 40 fa: lilts tha Naunaal Art: '*rj, M sea Mm Om Dad a.'adar O'aja, 91 nrr thro tha Wmt PhllMalfhia r?y?. 83 ?a. U?a tl ? KtrM rf man! of Infmtry tbaa r "Uta MSfltMaa. (* wan uaa Haak'a rhdatalphta ,td aa<? U>a rtraain 'r rorta, than Um N'aUoaaJ Quard, 4 a ?a ? ? tba N??o?,i >r?;a, M moa tbaa Ika .? nut* M?a of T( tkaa tba NatkaMi ArWItory of HiKtawa thra U>r IV a -ar* fVtota thaa tka Waahlaftna a**, >7 ?n?B . ?lf? ibt 'tarda l*f ay a*t?, 41 m , tbaa tha tria* nfl?a o< ftarllrftra th*n tka rtillalalplita Tawrae, ?n*a tbaa ika ladtpaadfat Oraja, llli?aa,lbaa tba Bt ba tal'aa, follawari kj tka Amp la* '<ra?a baad; tbaa < n? d tl tba Jackanti R ilaa. th?o u of lb* laMMM fWa, lt?a *1 af tba Waaair|t?a Riflaa, tbaa M of tka - v ^ * ?<? ? As flrtt brfcafe. TM '** ,J??2KS?T*Si?^?^ hy b?* of bum. Uil* "?> ? "? . foUowi^ wkoA y, niter* IlTL^1'1*00 ?r ? " /. Uw Kictunuwl .r Vgy-"?MB: th? rh.laielphia AiDUery, 61 sen, mi .,. -,., ', |J/ Artillery, 8? mkd, tbea 04me the deoooit tIflS.1 r#,rT' foito??j b j a bud or auue^tkaa vTiJSSrr. aj^ss- * ??r lb,' irtAEjsLflw? id the 8h*lea i.uJS., ?**?! '" .,^u4f<f'. **. ? of ?he ratteirco L'gbt S<lm i0' 1^ ., .^/ .."? Guard,and the ikeubea Guard. ' Tlif^Sara . a m t'urM ol lb? TblladalpWa Lli^llT?7 bJ nr.uiic; ?Uo?tag which came u>* r? toy the o Sti uif-n ol tka 0*Ua.oUl c of the hoxbart.ugb Arwlkrau, ifam as t.oard, and 46 ol the Steubao G??rd. "*.--vP warraa a r<|!ment cf the Philadelphia Light Oeard a!??L | prion do*#d with the Oolnmbta rifle wratT" Wiu religion. I o ortunelely the military part of |h? < pi oc??alon did not commc cce where the oivto partkm * tmltd, ud a gap of ooe or two sqiaree ttptrtUd then over the whole line of the route, which dMractci con- i rldrrably from lbe general effect. The proeeeslon moved slow,y up Broad street to Walnut, and up the letter to Nineteenth, up which it pro. reeded to Arch street, then It ooatin'iea down the leet named to Third street; from tfcta It timed into Cheeaut atreet, and advanced ae tar aa the Continental Hotel. The rctne along the lite of route waa one of the (ranleet sgLts of the hind 1 have ever seem. Every available spot waa fllled with men, women and ehll- J diem, who united in their enoeavora to g.ve the Japacrae a nol*y reception Along Broad atreet the eroard waa ni>ml?Uiteably rough and tbelr remarks bearing open he complexion and appearance of the "Japa," aa they called them, were of a nature by on means oomptlmsalary. From Walnut atreet down to Washington atreet the ? i yeraated upon a sea of human beads,'utd could take ia at a sfgie glance more thsn fifty thousand. The babbling roar of their voices, and tbe billowy movement of tbelr . masses, was impressive. Standing up is ooe of the car- { > leges, the spectator had a more extended view; tent ot bousanrfa more people were lacladed In Us range of vtaioe. while away ta the dlataaoe kmc Haw ot bayoaots, gllterlsg m the (aoHght over the bright uniforms of advancing loops, heightened the picturesque effect. Near tbe Academy of Music In Broad street, some enterprising Individual had erected a stand of deal boards, aad about tve haadred people ware crowded on this. Tee o mjera of the furniture and expreis wagoca oon verted tbeee vehicles for the time befog to a startler purpose, charging Ally oents a head for tbe aocommodaiioo. The baioony of tbe Academy of Music was densely packed; so was the roof of Adams' express depot, on the opposite ear. ?< r: Kvea the La Ilerre House, although not on the lino of roots, displayed a roof covered with human heads. The Deef and Dumb Asylum, at'ihe corner of flee street. bad tu windows crowded with lis rcboSara, wboae tingera wire bird at work keeping up a spirited conversation. 11m crowd wss kea detee on Walnut street, wbera qoalHy aade up for qnentiiy Here white aid Jewelled heeds aired tie Oneet of cambrics, and Tommy had ftaf port In kissing his hand a to the faireet of the f&tr, and ccensiooaily ogling tendar damseli through his half oloaed heads, which he made aaawer the purpoee of aa opera glasa. Japanese flsgs war* now to ha aeen bare aad there floatlag from windows and baijonlee. At 3erealm nlfr atreet a me engine was stationed, with a group of tad let standing on U>e lop of It As the profession neared Ntaeteenti street the crowd bacaaaa very denae wain, and men aad | hojs I obeerved steading on the lope of otrrlacee braving all tbo rbke of the noeiUon. But in Arab atreet the eraea waa so great aa to bring the proceratoa several tinea In a bulU and the police had great dtfflooHf ia keeping the people from surrounding the oarriagea. At Twill lb street aaoMirr Ore engine waa atelioaad, an mt Ute gallery ttream wasaoarrargedaa to forss a fountain of four Jeta. The wind waa btowlag pretty free* Iron the weat.ro aa to throw a shower ovtr the eastern aid* af the street froating It, aad It waa amaslag to aee the tortitade with which the crowd etoal tinier It, although wet tothoskta. Sorh heroin deretlea wan worthy of even a nobler eanae. Hay thay never catch oeM 1 u J1**"0* ? grand gala day to the PWladalphlans, and all Philadelphia seamed to ha oat of door* Arimation, mirth and buoyancy dieting iitahed the mixed aad aday muMtada. fbo entire appearance of theottywae of the most radiant aad native deeortpttaa. The reoaaUon given by the Balttmoreans waa a rriad aae, hat that af the I*hilad(iphisns presented a eight still grander, aad I shall never forget It aa thle side the grave. The reool ectioa of R win asand eat aa a taadmaik la my aaraar till it at career li ended. During all Una Um* the Japaaeaa af the lawar order were bowleg to and exchanging smi'cs with the orowd. I am told that Tommy, at one point of the Journey, created ooaalderable amnaement by lmprtntlag a Tiforooa Wis oa the cheek of a young lady who held eat ber hand ta him, aad which be uak bold of, and ao draw bar near bias. Be te jost the bar b play the gallant, and rasb raovgh to est a bauae oa In. f(M nitrlnla nf iKn Veskaiaw ? --- ? encumbered with artUlea of baggage. aad tkm ?e?t attracted a ccsaiderable share of aUentlsn. the Japecew appeared dtopoaed to eoloy thenaelvee; ?0 they uu^tn eetece la their r*pee while they coolly sn-veyea tt? ex cttrd meltltode, wfclch *ey ferarcd wtth u nod And niTi of tbe bu) Am Um proem too wtitd the Mil the crowd ?u ?o liNtud unui|Mbi?u to bring the prooeeeloe ageto to a bait, and laagaege and laaghter of rldlouio fcU upon IU tan af tbe iataMion. ummw pdtai farw vat oa duly In U>* part of Cheatmt tract, aad they ware ntiled in their eadearort ta elaar a plraai by tba laiied aula* Millars, tbe Black Hassan Ut the r?oa> lyeala Dragoeaa, whieh foraxl lata Una aa tba a or lb Ma of Mia atreet, bat It waa with extra aM difficulty tbaf aeeoeeded. A luf? apaaa waa thea iliarid la treat af tja . rlvata aa trance to the hotel la Okataat afreet, aad a rape air? icfced along tba line at tba curb bad the elT.-ct uf beep l?f back tbe arowd. Aa tbe troope reached Nlath atreet the oava'ry hnaH a itae, aad the carrtagaa were driven ap te tbe pel rue eatraaaa, where their eeoapaata alighted, aad ware ojadact- : at to the aaMe of a^arta? nti letrndod for their u? . Too Couacilaiea fallowed, aad tbe oorri lore of the hoa?? were oon fl'led with a saotley tQroog o? Americana net J*iuneae. Wbra the Aabsasadora were aabered lat > in air parlor, they withdrew their oaunaaa, or long aetxtle, from their aaahea, aad pltoed ihaea ea the UVe, afur wb'rb they rat down ta listen to the talerrogatioea af tba rhtteri of tba white trie. After they bad thoa rerted for a few mtaotea they war* conducted to the balcony ta wltaree tha military file pern. Tbe dI*play was vary One, but the Japaaeee felt then selves aacomfortably crowced by lad lea aad the Ooune Imra, who preaeed forward to tbe axdaataa of the aaJtilty of the Embassy, who appeared aaxtena to wiiarea the ?pcctac!e. Wbra U waa over, tba Japaaeee dlrpeeoed ta ihrlr room*, tad the part atatgaed to theai waa al*ere4 of Tiettera with a oalerlty which aapi??aaally aMoaiab si , any ai the a. Dnrtrg tha evening the Amhaaaadara eomplaiaed of great fatlgaa, aad aald they were afraid they had appeared very ridiculous to the people, for the people Ia<igh4 and ibouud at them. They were ideally nader the im r. moj Miu>| UUI roBpoot DM DHB tOOVQ U> ik?m by mioj of tta rougta, ud tta impwial iiwiiiMtr IM uportii IM ttajr hat ktw c?li?d " a'nrtra," while N was Mecrtaiwd il.'Ht aa aUcnpt tad tats mvW I* pnll on* of thtlr BbBbcr out of hla carriage, whiato *?, I m torrr to Tbay tipreiMd i wish for and, if poMifcte, entire prlTtar dvtaf ?m rawttr uf ttatr My la Um mamuy. Tta reat af Um EaMNf, bowtrtr, tor* > crowd, aad kki (rut daUgfct ta kH rbkiu with Um k*7? aad fir la. Oa Sai^ay tta Irtwi aaif wwi oat, aad ib?c la aamacra, fcr taa pcpeM of wilaaatiag ? a aargtaal ofarataa at aMtataay. Bat to-day tta Amtiawarara aad ??t*a, ta tta aaMhar af twalra, drava a??t with tte Nkval (naaMaaan la Nraaal Park, aad al?> Ui*p*oM tta wator work* ta Mm* viclaKjr. to Morrow I wtll gira raa a draertpttoa of thalr qo?rtaiaaad soda of UfatattaQukar CUj. > Pnuwnu, Jaaa II, 1H0. TV dmuHmmtitm tftht Jyrnm?Ibi Mftd mOn la>an4v*-JM ^OiWKihM?-AaMtl^Ai^pMM-n< QmMNn if (Mr ipartaaf?-flk# JM* y 4mw?; Itaitlaa MmdUmmt ff At fflllifcVH? H ali f toaMay?FMI to (JM VMpmI LmmuUm mmHm f/ Mmmmft f)>i JNaUiy rw Ctara Jtafwii acorn* 0* AemStmf,*. Ttaaa wta thtsk tta raw of Um i hi lull of Um Tycoon of Japaa will taad nry moafe to dMaeaoort toa Irt?y w "Wtw Tta nawv, aa May be nppnar-i, tat tta effect of aach waa aot orarpowarlag; aad ?tm if ttay vara oartala of tta fast, H would m?>? aa difltrmos la ttakr aaaraa af aaadaot la Ihla aaoatry. Tta T/ooaa ia ikad*. vkM^Mtk la Ik* mpariat *Myaf MM*, ? Ik* taftror, ud th* JipiMn ngr thu Mr bin > ?tor. titer Um portion of U? Mil a*aa?lod br Mm Iw m otk*r wrii, Uw Hfli III be-n MtoitMr arowd*? ?hk OaaaaBaaaa M tb?ir frill*, nd im Im taw lai hard work la faniakioc Ikaa with lyirlMiw if Mr oaltfrapky, m* ta irraral k, tr ratkar kraak aad tak, partraMa ot obiidrm. ?* i veradoaaM Ik* artaal r**a*al aT Ika* aaBnu. a la lalim *> Ika kaaily of tkaai paopla, I *; w >a Ikai I aeddaMally toft a; nabrella behind ra* la oai ?f ftaoataf ibaapaaial train oa Saturday laat, lad am ? a? back M March for N a few mlaataa after th* fepao Ml Ika 4apet, I fjuad II m* imf. I kaard aotbtai mora of ll nil tkta anralag, win Ika Japan**? oalled to ma by naira * I waa paaaiag a ? . m aaf Ik* com-Jor* of lb* b*t*l, aad aaM-'Tr* m ' roar ambrdla," aad he took m* iat->M* tmm aal p:?lonad Ik* Hal artlrl* frvra a drawer. I had pi we it'. t>* 1 \ ilda him la Uir ear, and aaotaf that I w*al away ?iho it I ba bad lakaa rbarr* of it bi?*fU. Prlnl*d rocabaiark* of tba Eaglak, Dnlsk, Franr'i ?vt apaarr* luf**|r* ?ay b* a?*a lylaf ab*ut I* noy of/ b*r?NB*. Paok baakt ar* arraof?d fcat ? li.ib p??? i I dWldtd lato foar oolrmaa, th* Japaaaaa mi-.j rta b*l?? ia th? #nl ooluaia aad Um traa>^ < kto I ha othar Unr>M?* ? *? ??? Mi wht* t hu? ?Md Itia/ fbaj bi?? ?W k*ok? of b|IM fbr>? *, rlth iha Jtpu aa UintUM imseiuUaly ??*'r ?* '. nlNM. of oer ?ord? ara a?apatt, bat th? ?r?-o Mr a unrtth |?o4. ^ Uii twy?Ml! ** ? t?^k%k? a lonr of tbrt-r?nj? d uliaana tfeoir T*tM?n? p??iiiw?o.? n?W ?,n -?*t M M. Iaik? raoaf**w fi#? lb. raw? una'ly i?)?r| br?? huaj di?p?a?'e? thai- auUf r.,,ha, wMrk ?>*t > .? k r?? a bra?fc ?it|>*?d a !'?<!? auhauaoa ranamltnf ttfte lak, Md eot.lJfeatl la ktxi*11 a.|i?r? r?vi<f of <tal ca#?> crowded ?Mk a t.iba for ha|j,n? a Ww?h ?r 1 ?* < h tbay rwy alKwrt w?h th*?. bara 1a pW-'wa bit* la th? room m wbtrh P?an l? ra ram lad nctklng b'a te?ana iraaty with l?a Tmtaa*.

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