Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 14, 1860, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 14, 1860 Page 3
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T/ben the attCbtlM of one of the ebtren gootl?inen w olMH >hta bs Kknuftea 'phwom" sad "beby" ae mimm thing," ud os fen* befeg pcmlad mil to blm be mimim ? mm ?nncr lo aasootaM that uMttvtdual wtth Mb writing bronh. IB MBie of lbs rsosu a owfli of IM b*Jf asked ooca fBM MB/ bo M?B playing the gBIDS of ahs bo M, IB POBiutoo more ess* than elegaat 1 b*vo be tore com pared iMa (UM to that of cbeoo, furty eight btockaof yellow wod of b trapeaokdal shape, iaaeribed with JtptBtig lot Mrs, ire used uo tbo board. tke Japanese are lo bo mot with to bU attitudes Bad every variety of dtahabUls; aoaae may bOBBBn uadergong the operauoa oJ hsvtng tbstr he sua abated and the back hair fathered up into tbo aoonotowed qoeoo, wbile tbo other innate* oI Uie room are loosing gravely on as they nb at lull length om tbo bads putting deads of smoke from tbe>r oblo stemmed, braaa mooibptoeod pipes Oeeaslonaiiy two or three chambermaids may bo % interrupted ib the midst of noiay la'.rth or wbile help g tbo Japaoeee to qoafl their boor 411 the rsoms ars In what ia eauoniy called a litter, the beds, boon, wfedow alcbes aad drsaamg tabloa beta* crowded with adds and ends of everything belonging to the tenants. my iw" mcii* 01 whiwi tooib every )aptj?eee untke* at frequent intervale from ifce umc be < ?ee till be IMS M Sleep. The store at dlqpteyed by tlM rkUadalphlaaa .n the K? iMiy far eaUlraJa that of the WMhingtoaiana IndMd, aa 11m people am almost Jap*mm mad. Pram early la lha b JMnk| Ull kit al algbt the (ootwalka fitallag the hotel mo cmdod with an M|w tkroag, who* sy?a wander u *ftroB window to window, la UM hops of catching a glimpse I UM renowned Orteatala. , YmUi Jay wbaa a part of Um Bmkaaqr wore laartag Um hotel to ra Um hlrMWt park aad waterworks, tbo polMo lad great difficahy la cleartag a peaaagetotho ear r tag* a. When tbo Japan tee reached the old Leaoa Bill llanaton, within the park grooade, a nhaipagw Kin eh eon ra aorrod, aad aa nasal oar tamoy brethrea did " jaattoa t?4ke okaakpegae, after drinking which they ^ aaaaoad BBMklag their own tobacco, or aegart whlon ._Jad bee a preeeatod to tbem. Tosnay made hiaMotf tick the endeavor to enjoy one of the latter, aad had to bo 4 < arwnght out late Um traak air for rooorory Tbia young ?. jma fndalgee to the extravagance ot wearing ?, 'worat Kyle at TaakM ahCy leather as tee atk gf ? aro about four tncbea too long aad haV m aaany . <* wide lor hlia. Ha sui be haa them tboa largo far tbo take at ooarfori, aad ho doesn't care bow tbay look. I strongly advise blaa to rtet to tka aaadala ao long aa ha waan the pattloaat aad aatte and keeps on shaving kla bead, for the patent iNlkwi are oat of keeping wT*the rest of his ooMae. *? the Mansion they went *** lt>? hill Into the water Iwti encloeure, followed by an Immense oooooarae of ^ple. There the mote 01 working Um water wheels, awl pumpe waa explained to them, and they were , attentive listeners. The multitude surrounded um doors * ' ad windows of the bollding, from which they ware ex m*led, eagerly endeavoring to obtain a light of them. jty did not linger many minute* hero, bat ?re4 the carriages and ware driven to the i' -eiie'i shops of Sallara ft Go, In Six teen to r ' m. where they were shown the operation ta ef iut>u. >?, aaaelttng and auch like. They were, however, git le make thaur aaoape from the promisee, the heat betnt too great to be pleasant They were next driven to the tooosMtftre works of Baldwin ft Co., la Broad atreet, where they remained about twenty mtnatss. They eeked on coolly while gleaming masses of red hot Iran ware being hammered into shaps, and they aom pared the yrecess to what they had before sesn at ins Washington Navy Yard. They ware afterwards driven bask to the festal, whs re tfesy arrived at stx o'clock, having bsen absent about three hears. One ef the Naval Commissioners took a few ef them to the type leaadry of Johnson ft Co., where the tntereeusg operattoss of the stereotype department were nfhfeK to them, to their svidsM saUsfacttoa. Ike type easing rsems eagagtd their perttoular attention, and as they saw ths type drop, sm by one, In rapid auooesston tress the machlnss, one of them rjacolstod, with the eiilhiwtsssi ef a discoverer, "BoUsts shot all the ssms allthesasss at Wash Ins ton Navv Yard.*' tfeey wltnssasd theme .mm of making abot tbere, and tbey mow ? that type vii caat la a aoaowbat aimliar muw Tba Jipiawi, H will be eeea, bare Ibe organ of ooaapartaaa ?ery largely <Ut? loped. Tbe engraving iu eleotrotyptag depart Mcli revived tfcetr leoollectMoi or tbe operatioM that were explained to them at tbe Weohingtoa Ooaat Surrey Office. Is tba evening mbm of tbom were taken to tbe bouoe of Commodore GlIaoM, where tbay apent pieaaaat tour. Tbie aaoraiBg Toauajr weat out, wltb as aeeietent to tbe Naval 0?naiilOB m bia altondent, to aaake aoaae pur rnettf of boaka, and be bad a oonsV.ereUe crowd at Me bee la all tba Use bo waa oat At two o'clock ft ipaitimi were made for attending tbe wabwe* at tba Aoadaaay of Hokia lb Brood street, aid at i quarter pMt tbat boor iwentytwo JapaaoM were aMkr aballod along tbo lower eorrldor, aad, logoUar wuh ONuaaador Lm. lioutaaaat P-jrter, aad a noaaber of the eoenmltteeef OooaetlaMn, took their plaoea la l open cerrlagee which drove ap totbo"ladtto' entranoa," ia Klatb atreet Neither Hwaae boojoee No-Kaaal aor Mooragake AwadaeNo KaaU,nor OguroBoBgi No-Kaou? ibe three great aata of the lmbaao> aoi toe cbiaf lm perlal taterpretar, wore aawbg tbe party. Tbay were reported to bo iadlMoood. Oa arm tag at tbo boose, wbicb to bailt la tbo atyle of aa or Unary ibaatre, wRb three tiers above tbe pit, tbo JapoaeM were placed ia tbo flraat row* of tbe drat Uer facing ibe atago, wbore Mali bad boM rMW i H lor iM. Aii parte of tbo booM exoepi tbo pit wore deooely crowded. An eyee ware of ooune directed towarde tbo trblMteof the Mikado. fMB tbe namat ad ttuttr mm.' Irian, bat there ?h mo oatborat of feeling. Tm aftri liaises wen levelled la aUeiM at the bead* of tbe Japan tN, aboae aiagalanty of appearmaoa waa a good deal damated from by their cloaa proxlmltj to aad aalxtar* wtth tbe real of tbe aadieaao, Before tbe aaaaiaaaaameat af tbe overture, however, aad while the adfenoe war* weaderlng If any of tfaoae bay n? ware tbe iaahaaaadora, aaci if sat, why II waa ia Ambaaeadore were aoaeat; wblio I law people war* 10a tpeeuJaHac. three of the roar JapaaM* goardamea ha era alwaja left tm waiting below oa ooeaatooa of Hue m* eatered aa empty aiage box, wbtlaafoartb atattaaad taeelf a few feel la the background. Ro aooaer waa ale deaa than a bra of applauae roee from the Immeoae ad trace, aad almuMaheewly tber* waa a gaaaral clap lag of band*. "They are ibe libaoaa nor* I they are he fbaeaarlow" waa echoed by a tbouaaad toagoea u> reopactful whiaper. aad all oyaa wore fixed ea the throe la id* box, who aat at tbetr eaee, while the fourth ettll aurveyed the aaateaoe fro* hla naadlag poetuoa la tbe background. Meanwhile. Ihoae who know tbe faat were quietly enjoy tag the aoeca At a quarter to throe public attention waa diverted by the erahaatra atriklng op (he overture There were tarty ire performer*, aad the execution of the piece, which waa Tram the opera of' William Tall." waa very eredMable. Thia waa followed by tbe aoooad a* of Iwaalaattl'a tragic opera of "LoarexJe Bargta," tbe part af Laareria botag rery tWy anatataed by Mil*. PiitxL, whoao appearance and atyle af aotlag reminded me vary aah af Oriel, when abe waa Ofteea yeart yaoager than aha taaaw. The charactera of (^aaaro aad Duke Alfooeo wore eoetalaeU with average ability. Bjckatone'a romedy of " The Rou?h iHtrncBi waa next performed aal eiw.VKl raui af laaghiar. Margery, theoutepokea, WUalire and pMbeiaa wife of Sir Wllhaia Kvergreeo, waa acava and ajnalag. Bat decidedly the beat charaster In the play *? lUrfny'l ooaatry eouala, Joe, who waa the great wnrca ei uirui oj um pwk/ |i|iuraH<, wmjia|H hi daiaga. TUJipuM, too, ?ara mora aatarta uod fey Mm Maa ferny aMer of tba actor*, and they freqoaotly IM aM JhmI la a baarty laagb af pad bawr Aflar MlaMUa. rarodiaaagiba' 8Ur I'aaaar," w*h a aharoa of aaariy two huadrad male rwoaa Wluia ttua vaa Mag auag, a wratebad ouitalun of a Ji pa aaar, wttk a jlaaa af atMKteg plaatar an Ma kaad.wfeiob gave htatka apoaaraaoa of Utlag raoaatly had h* arowa rankad aad patchad up agua, aad bia laaa aaaarad wtth aaaaaaMag tkai laokad kite Maad, ataad aa oaaatdaafMa ay ayM^Ma^flag at"b*'5igWhU^l^222^^e ?* * Maa aa Ika athar"'a*a, *wSSb5^mT^warad larga vk?a flag wtM a fcrja aad ball M a aaatra. Attar ilka akaraa aadad aad Ma atagara had roared, Ika nttatiaa Japaaaaa daaaad a baiaUga hr twa bmm, aad Maa taraad afeaM Ikaa aad pnaaaM tha fraat of a aailar, aad aaaitoaad Ma kaafM br lara aiautaa taara. TVa doabtefaaad raraaalMa raaliaaaaa araa aacarad Ba vaa aa aaaaar af Ma ataaa uaa "Ma iaaawai ii aaaglwaaaa ka waa aaflad, adia Maapaaaraaaa ?>U laa ram tea af B?att, Ma aaa aiaar aad Ma Mar Mack. Ha pat a clou orar aaab af tbaaa, aad a aa aaal aftarwarda ba akowad Ma fetaak waaar bad akaagad raara w*h Ma oth*r Ba thaa prodoaad a dozaa ana, aaa fey aaa, fraaa aa apparaally aaapty hag, alMr wMak ba borrowed a bat aad albead II aa a aaaiaa, fraaa aadar ika cnrtaiaa of whiak a oak#y, uakaawa alkaaa g>ctaa, waa afctag J aa pa rata aadaavara M aaa, bat M taa. Ika crown of Ma bat wad tkaa prtraialr arofcaa Mraagb, aad aon.r rakbMa. wkita aalae aad gahii alga, atayrad la Ma aachaa, vara pallad af ihraagb lha bat. .k Tba aaakay waa all Ma vfella laillag Ma aaorat Ba bad rapt *a? af Ma bag, aad Ma paifriaai triad ta?(factually to pell biai Mraagb Ma bat. tkaaa "ai by a nan e pamalw haltat, whleh ?m tad too* bat aunt ap a.ib a luypofe daac* aad a buntlaf of eotarad t'gbt? ar. cji pfTTad rtry iIMIih, aai Ml tha J*pa a*?a aad tba r?ai of tba aodiaaaa away ta jaod haaar f av.ittro w wtUM that ta tha mldat of ibw |iaifiw ?iv ? * of ibr .;a,A??af> pillad ant Ma poekatboak aad paar l Hi (kPtcbrd ?b< raaadattar Iba |i?rftw Maara laMad U'l MT r*M ' * o'otor.k ,i*ialM ooactaaloa tha Japaam w.fMn-r 'T"^t to Iba ba?al Tba rrrataa 'max- Boo*** No Kami, tha llkaaMar la Cb*f. aad Oj-ra Bnafo *0 Kial, tha third M(haal ta raak, laaatbor wtb tha Uirw offirtala aaxt ta ordar of prui I am, gar* a i aaapbab la Uta fnaada of thaOaaaa* a*, dartac wbtoh Una tha qaartara * Bahaaar wara liaiTj erawdad by a (kahtaaabla throat of Mh aaaaa. Tha Japaaaaa ataad dartac tha IMaa, aad *aak haada with alt aa Utay Had paat. ?a?m? Beojaw No- Kaau teakad van, aad b<a f*ea waa ftftotad op wim a ptaaaaat Tha raaaftlaa aadad at aka o'ciaak. harta^ Mad aa haar. Thaa uimMad* Laa lad Iba Fraat Magai taio the pctaaay of hia owa apananal I aakad Iba ohtaf laaparlal Inlaryu alai why Iba aaaaad Aaihawadw waa aa* with Iba albara dariag iba raaap mm. "Ha la atak," waa ftaaMwar "Varyatak'' I , MITVT "HM BM u ygM MNMttl U? ? ?* ill to*?*" ImM. "I iaM KM. r^lMd Nawnra < ha fpp.i.l Jam U aw. room mmd that toa ioor alter htm Ba Mai la hart Ti III a/tcr?ar<l<, M i I uhmI 4* Mlw toaa ratiow tia iiw ?" Panu 0*1*4, Jaaa 11, \tm. TV My-mm ! ? Aiiany l^i |?i to Mm fry toa i(rf?-rV| ruu /Mraaaato mi ?w?i War* Hp ru M ^ FmfU to 4to Mm, 4ft, * n Mm ; will >ii w? li raapaatto* Ik* pa Me totorttawa with U>? Jifum ?ra erttaad to to* ?ad ( ?fc?tr alay to toto e*y. lk>7 MT 7+ www fraa to* aafavattbl* tnprwna of FMaitopfcto aa< Ito paapto, arktab wrra aa aatortnaatoly toto a poo UMaa aa toa torai 4ay *f toalr tM by ?v wrt? pipilaMiii. fltoaa tora toay *?w a^apad !*? ? itoal bmt* af toa* aa"Mratoatf h >Hy wttab taaa laqaMto to gtra ? !* aprtyr apyft toaltoaaC toa baMto of toatr aaUrlatoata MM ilkHr May 1? Waakia?tM Varied toaaa. Na aatof Mr atom ttto pan Vtl prtvUagw # NEW TO - -Fcr t>i? J*!ic?ta treatmert ;k?; Men to be particularly rfateful; tad ta order la repay U?e pahitt?to wheal they Ttrj trrctMoily rhmm all cnsdtt la dM fcr a coiriaay wKk which they bare Mm hitherto aimoat entirely unfamiliar m lha ooantry?they appear very ireqeeatly oa the baloeay aad at the wiadowa tt their aparuaanie, and repay the greetinga u * erewd, alvaya pttwrt belew, wmh Meedly amuea, aad iomUm very animated geettenlatlOM Laat err Blag, fcr the Brat tea, tke My |MM of tke OMUaeatal iMilii aa interview with U*m?oy amis toroe apparently, but they vera uoit graciously reoetred, except b? "Tommy," wfco remaiaa eteadfaat to hia trat lore, ieft behind at tha aaptnl, aad nbrafily brtaka through the crlaolme fertlAoatkme when they are about to be made loo oempact by fenuialoe cuneeiiy. rtw ladtea radeaver to comfort theanalrea by attttag the iMShaame by wblah Tataieel Oaajaero waa chi timed by the rcpertera. and with which he aaaaaa to be very muoh pieaetd, a oatver*ai one aatai the Japa&eee. fbe artiet of the Kmhaaay ia rapidly DlUag bla aketcb dow wnn inn of ear build Inge, laautotMan aid people The jieaaeager railroad car a, which move omMhUj past Use hotel, attract a ooaalderable ponton of Us atteatloa, ano en every occasion bo refers to Ma original drawing to make an improvement or aappty an omlesiea Very >ia gularly, however, he aeeaoo to have neglected a very mportaat feature In Ihia attraction. and Ihnt la the iron traak on which the oars ao swtflly glide This whole lailrond ar nag* meat mart bother him oonatoerabiy. Air en overlooking Ua sketches I find no ban?eery aano b'J?given op an attempt toakotch n locomotive and train in full motion, andf ban panted over It a email engraving appropriated from aaaao newspaper anvertiwn.rsL 1/ ihia oommunity of civilized beinga wonld only allow him to promenade our streets undisturbed, he oould add largely and valuably to hla collection of build ingi; bat hia appearance on foot m the atreot would ha Ute alganl for n mighty mih of many people. Tim Japanese are an amiable, pome, intelligent aad practical people ; thai la if the members o' this Em?Mey truly repressnt them. Daring yesterdny tbey visited two jewelry and one dry gooda estabLehiueat, a mt shins sbap, aad leocmotive works. Tbey paid particular ftiinnttnn in iiut nutkkB0 ftf iIIvap zrr.tr.e Jbr aaWn>4 u; qneationa regarding Dm node of alloying the different metala. Their riait to Fair mount wu not attended with moch pleasure, in coaae<|uence of the tamanae crowd wiuch Keaaed upon thaao, aad oom polled Ibem to seek refuge ey bad no opportunity of obeorviag the manner In which tie city la supplied with pare water The reported murder ot the Tycoon waa fortunately regarded by the Secretary, la whom it waa related by an Icle vtalter, aa a'< Yankee atorv." He did not teem to give it a moment a thought, ana Bade no aaention of the eircumatanoo to hia companions. The "No-Kami" are till ignorant of the report. Tbia afternoon the lanbaaiadora Tint the Acdemy of Muelc. TELEGRAPHIC. GRIND KKCKT110N OF TUX AMBAB8ADORS?lMMENSI CROWD or VISITERS? TH1 JAFANK8R AT THE MINT AND GIRARD COLLKOB?ARRANGEMCNT FOR TIIE FIBKMIN B TORCHMG11T PROCESSION, *TC. Philadelphia, Jnno 13,1890. The principal members of the Japaneee Kmbaaay, eaoorted by the Naval Commtaaton and the Committee of the City Councils, Tieltod the Mint this morning. The Japaneae iaepeoted the Tarloue prooaaaea of raining and ooinlog, ud expreeeed tbemaelvee mueb | rail Bed, and especially delighted wiifl the beautiful machinery tor oam tag. At tM o'clock tlM cffloera of Ut? nary ud martae oorpa pay a featiral rieit to the fahanaj at tb? Coalt oental. liayor Beery reoetved ibe Oommtoaioaera to aoperlntenl ttoa erection of tte monument to ibo (Ignore or Um Da oiaratlon of Independence at noon to day, la lodepoa eace aq oared. the crowd aince two o'clock to aeo the Japaneee baa tnereaeod to nob aa extent that now all Um tmoaeaae hello, oorrldora. parlora, raoeptloa ran?, aid moat of the prtvate bedrooaae of the Caatinoatal, an morally crammed with gentlemen, lad tea, children, to., to snob an extaat that the fire hundred foeau, b eel dee the Japanaoe Kmbamy and aalte, (topping at the hotel, Had it uMwIj tapoaaible to get op and down the alatrwaya to their rooma, aotwivhatandtng a largo police foroe ia Ma TIm raeapUoa of tka amy aad aayy offleara, and everykody alee, apaa the matt dtmotnOe principle, com a?mri at half-paat on o'clock, and ooattated op to ataa, wkea tka gaa ot tke balls and rao?pUoa no? had to be tmtd off la order la Map Um crowd ooatiag la, aad gtea Ifcem a ebanoa ta beak oat. inoai tba aery offleara who caliadloaaa tke "Jape" waa tba rater aa Otwmnia Dtewart. Tka tkraa pr:cc:pal Ambaaaa don?Tka Vint Ambaaeador did aot go?vast to ike lfiat to-day, aad a loag talarrMw with tka ottoara la raootalatag taaBr old Japaaaaa oata. Tka arraagamaat waa ot fally completed to-day, bat tkay axpact U wUl ba tomorrow, wkaa tkay aita aaatker vttt lor tkat porpooo. Tka party aflarwarda rttted CHrard Oollaga, aad waa akowa everything of laterett throughout tka laatiuiuoa, from tka a*liar m tka carrel Tkay vara perfectly delighted. Tka greet feature ataoa tkalr arrival la Amertoe waa tka daaoa, ar aortof "break, dowa," tkia afteraooa, by a party of Japaaaaa, la Mr. Spoflovd'a room, tho aiewar j or tka bote I. Tkalr daadag to vary mock after tka atyla of George Ckrlaty, bat aot qalte ao gen leal and leat aalmated. Tkalr maale waa tka Oilaiaa goag. ATery body all day aad evealag baa been in tbe beat of humor, aotwttbataadlag tka tarrlkla crowda of crlaoUae, which literally blocked ap tka atairwayi ao aa io reaacr mem impmetDie. ?or noun at a urn? (Tirjbolj seamed willing to b? Jammed If light of the Celeatlala oould only be had. The oc j thlag mat could b? board waa, "So m, Jape'-r ich in, T>m y"?"Lot her rip, Tyoooo '?aad aiastlar etprooetoee; tUI finally, the gaa waa taraad off, tho crowds commenced to withdraw, ttU dow?eleven o'clock?Iho bouse baa store theappaaraaoa of a hotel, aaJ act that of a S.nh ward bar room. la adjourned meoUag of Iho Philadelphia firemen waa hakl this erent&f, to complete arraagemccUi for tho -realm's torahlight pimaaalm, to lake place next Friday night, la boaor of itelr Japaaoaa gaeata, previous to tbe.r departure on Saturday tar NewYork. Two tbouaand eo'iars baa been subscribed by the ctty tewarda Jefray.ej the expense, aad $100 by each oaapaay (fifty Ore) for the same parpoas, amouauag altogether to aome $7 >00. Thl?, with tho spirit already manlfbated bytheflreoea.it is hollared, will (Ira one of the stoat brilliant torchUghi proceaalona orar wttneaaed la Philadelphia. The Chief aaJ amutaat eor'aeera will act aa marshal* Each diY'r-ja will ba prtcadad by a b*ad of music. Tb? ouk\+ax* will panda wiUi ibalr apparaiaa, aod move at dim ' lock pnciMlr, Tba dapoatUoa of km aad torebligbta kMU nek mat ft will prodaaa tha flat* effect arar mW MM4 la tbia etty. GbJaeaa aa4 Jayaaaaa liawaaba km ba? kraqgkt m a >W>1i? la lapaa tbat la ywlkaMj radarfil. It *m la tkaaa aaaatrtaa wbara flrawarka Aral arlfiaato'l, Mora ikaa twaaty at* knadrad yaara ago tba askibtuoa aI raworka tba other avaalag at BaltUaore plaaaoil there Mara Ikaa aaytklag tkay bare mm tfaca tkay canto to AaarlM, kiaaaaa tkay vara aapabla af jadgmg, aapcMy tba my aarraata, wko ara ?ok tiMar jo4(m at Irawaita tbaa tkay ara af tba aaaaad act or "iMma Bargia" or Madama Paradl'a "Mar Spaa fled liaaaar." Iba Jaaaaaaa kara aa aar tor maatc, uoaft ib? goaf, or flttary band* Tb* la moate tkay art vary food of. tee ucirnoa 11 vsw tore. Tba Raata af tba Fiaaaaalai fraaa tka Maaaai tm tka latrayallUa. Tka Jaoaaaaa Fatbaatr. wklek artll amva bare on 8a tartlaj at tfera* a'claat P M. ina Wittodaipbia, does not 7?t appaar to areata Um hm mwin mmw?M oar ?V una thai tt boa uooa?st Um pwpl* ol W*thi?*too, B* i or* fbitodalpbl* Oar mhfi win raiambar thai at Um Um? of tb? Atlantic Ckklt oabbratoM Um Mwrtwyw of ? ? York ataad ipw MM* grand opportoatty to Mil Iter gm4m, u< ? Uaa had Atlantic cabta bata, ooau, watcb charm, aad attar toiaga to* aiuaarou t> aaaUoa Whathar too fkJlura of toat gr*M catorpnar baa aarrad to daapa* tka ardar of oar Herataepers wa ara oaabia to aar. bat aartotoly tbora m a graat 4*arto of dWplay la Ik* wiadowa of too atora* to to* atraato tor*o|b wktah to * RtotMtoy win yaa. Wa yfaWrday diwpatcbad a raporta o*?r to* rveto of to* pracaatoa, to ordar to (Ira oar randarr to* NwaM of a datollod aooooat of to* way to* j v**9? war* rraparlac to reoatra U>? Hmr>?a*y. ani hia "part doaa aot appaar rary (arormMa. mi I ?I rbAii. Tkarc to ba ao priyimm nam for Um ra M||1 .-r . it, la*dlE| ptaM.if wmmr MMflM paft Iks feltarr tato m art of a 11wrtrtli aaMUta?. TWra tin mm half 4mm m mkIh ) pta, u4 tew (Abort toralU n MUVif. M h Broadw?y thai wy,li?i i HuttapaMa?f * fr?*Matly aaw ?*r ?h, wMah MMMI IMtf Mm Jifiiw, umaifti V?w Tarkan, ?#?nrlilil a " Mite w A mm rurnm W mm*** aaaaf *m I ^liaaaf larfa aattMMMaaaft la MM ? ? J^aaaaa oaaMHM, aaa RK HERALD, THPBSDAT, U) Jrivvn lid Li^h PolliB A WJ W Jajaaaat ?? Mnekl Back aueauoa Tbo next ihxg wo see of a jaiaatM character ? it ibt wmUow of a bkrgo paprr baaglz>f wareAfoaa. H la wall paper. and ooatalae Japaaoaa aoeaea of a domestic character Tbore you ? i|irtrfeUM,u4 hut JM km u?tkv ikaMl i? r a.flee, wbUe NTtrtl look m Uiotfh tbey aalgbt bo Mton, and iro orertookag tbo work of tbo otbera. Wo alaa hare m Um ?bov wtatlowa jp? Mck Ilea, rasa in nana, bot tbey arc few aat tu botwoo*. ladeod, tbo atoroo appear to bare a ooct formidable rfraJ, aa far ao Japaa ta concerned, ta tbo piiea of brtok aa<i traUdtag Material wbieb at all ttaiea ornaaaea' oor principal tborougbfaree. Bj tkia acua wo arc tafoiwod that tbo Japaalea Kmtaaay la nightly roe el rod at oao or two of oar cttjr theetrea, aad a|ab wo too tba> a lecture will bo dottrtrod on tbo Japaaoao at tbo Cooper Inatttoto, ao tbal oor cttiatra may aot bo ta a Mala of igaeraaoe, wb?a tbey do amvo, aa to their hablta, He. tbb irs* fob men to ate tbo procooatoa poaa baa already comaoneod, aad tbe eaterprtemg projrM>tr>r or the Oily Aawmbly Itoom* baa Cited up placet at the following rmte* ? For the second atory window*, 17 each; for the third atory window*, 96 each He baa to the (mall balooey over the door for $30, and intend* erecting a platform that will a scorn no date at leant tirty people; fer aaata on the platform ha will charge from down to whatever be cin get He expect* to realise over SI00 by this totting of aaata and plaoee. There m no other pieee where they pobUclyaell tea tea* yet, bat we are tore that by the time of the prooem'on there will be a large number. (IRIND STOKET. On tfce ccrser cf Broadway act Grand tlrert there 'land* a huge pile of brick, highly ornaaaen'.ed by Japanese figures, play billa, Ac. It will no doubt teem u> break the monotony el tte atreet view, bat the three Japa nete betda that are displayed on it moat prove enythlag bet tiatterlag to the vanity of the Embatay. The ttorckeepen In the portion of Grand strevt through , which tbe proeeaaioa will pats appear to be entirely free from the Japanese fever, aa the ocly Indication waa a very small Japaaeet flag, wbich waa ueed to draw attention to itrasge look'ng s'gns, ruppoeed to be Japanese THB EOWKJIY. . Tbe Bowery M likewise devoid of all ibow, one 'lag completes tbe whole. There la one point in tbs Bowery to which a person drew our attention, and that wss tb balcony of tbe Botchera' and Drovsrs' Bank, extending ir far on Grand (treet. It will aceoasMdat* at least on> hundred people, and will on tbe day of tbe proceeds preient quite a lively ipecu.-.le. rovmn avksck remains ! a quiet atate aleo, there being no evidence ?' any thing nnusual But we mast bear In Bind that there art but few stores !n that portion of tbe city. UNION SQVAM. Union Square will be tbe terminus of the processor; they will go around it, and .'rem that proceed down Broadway to the Metropolitan. The square looks well, and they could not bare fc-osea a better j iaoe u end the proceaa.on BKOAUWAY. We are it Brt-adway again, hot there .s nothing of k tereat In It that we bare not mentiunot, with one exaep uon. Tbe wiadowa of one of our large Jewellers la tried with a collection of Japanese articles which are well worth a visit. They are couponed of swords< t,uns, boxes, traps, ooina and various other articiea Among then la a curiously wrooght qoi!t, made firon tbe Dark oi trw* We certainly thought that the wxdow* of the store* ?oeld prtsenta much mar* nvely appearance; bit that tlx 7 have cot done bo to no doubt owing to tbe fact thai tbe Committee of Arrangementa bave been 10 elow in tbc.r operation*, having not even made the root* of U>? procenton known until yeaterday afternoon Wa auppoaa the committee will make op for their tardtnea? to-day and to morrow, wh*c tba complete arrangemeata for tbe re reptlon of the Japanese will be made knows The waat of tnthoslam la our (tarekeeper* will ba mora than made up by the "Jam" there will be in the street* on tba eventful day of the procearion. The route of tba proceaioe on the raoaptloo of tb Japaneee Katbaity will be a* follow* ? Tbe Kmba**y will arrlv* on Saturday, tb* 1Mb tenant, at thr*e o'clock P M., at pier No. 1 North rlTer, aad proceed from Battery plaoe to and through Broadway I Grand *tr*et, t trough Graad itreet to tb* Bo wary through tb* Bawery aad fourth arena* toaaiiarouad Vnten iquar* to Broad way, through Broadway to tba Metropolitan Hotel. TBI MILITABY OKDOU. ^tfor General daclforJ baa promulgated tbe follow (jor&ti oanmn so. 2 IlrjiMtirrw Fian Drrnvcm N Y. a M , 1 Haw You, Jane 13, 1M0 J lb* arrival of tbe Japanea* Kmbaaay la Maw York will take place oa Saturday, tba lath last., on which day the aiTiatOB will parade epos tba Battery for their reception, at oaa o'clock P. M iu ivvhl jmiiuijuuu, um ium ?[{?> iwj tbe Battery 111 rough Wul'xiwa etreet; Um Seoon.l tbrot.f b OreCBWieb ttreet; tbe Tbird through Whitehall etrtu, aad Um Foortb tttroagb Broadway Each ooaaaadaal of brigade will dtreot aa oflioer of bla ttafT to report for order* to Ua Di vuloa Inapector, at the Borib tad of Ua Battery, at a quarter to ooe o'clock F M. Tbe Troopa o( Horae of tba Scream aad t-'tb'.U reglneata will raport to tba DirtaWm Inajwrtor at lb? Battery at om o'eloak; aad tba Eighth reftan-nt im mediate'y after tba arrival of um Third brigade, bat aot .alar tcaa bail paat oaa o'clock P K The I'ne of march will be up Broadway to Grand ttreet. thraejrb (iraad aUect to the Bowery, up Um Bowery aad Koaiti. ATeaee to Uaton tquare and arouuJ l a loo aiuare, pej tbe booora of a marchlag m' :ws to tb.tmieaea acre, wbo will bettattoaed '-a a platform on the waat aide ef fee eqeara. The Mareli will eoatueo 4pwn Broadway toCaaai etreet, upoa reaching which point tba dirtooa will form baa oa ibe,weat toe of Broadway, right oa Ca na ttreet, where they will remain until tbe Kmljawj baa armed at tka Metropolitan Hotel. Tba Battery aad tba line of aarcb la hereby d taiga aled aa tbe dlvteloa parade groaada dar'.ag tbe parade, and tbe ttreet* Meat be kept clear from ot'b to flcrb Tbe 1MMM Ootoaele will remember that wbea tbe dlTteton m la ootaaaa, each of ibeta la reapoaetble lor pre aerrlai tbe interval betwaea bit own battaltoa aa) Um eae lauaeoiately preaadlag. aad their aitaattoa 'a parti cnlarly tailed ta the parformaaoe ef tbla doty. Brigadier Geaeral Tataa will dirtet a aalate of aareataea aaaa m ha Brad frea tka Batterr epea the arrtral ef the Ktabnney Be will alee detail a aaattaa af artillery to amMik oa beard the eteaater at pter N*. l,at half peat etf?t o'clock A. n., far the purpoae of Brtag a daihr aalate epea the inipkia af tka toabaaej at Aabey. The err lam atew Will MMM M IM qiMWI M ibm Major Oeaeral at b*lf peat etove* o'eltnk A. II y order of CflLART RB W fl&NDVORD, IMir ':?aerel Omidm4Ii( OCOMR W. MOULL, DtvWaa Tiliwr, mm Dtrtalea laapeoior The orden lae the qpeetei eeeort ar* m roii?we ? ?iHOT(iia* i.a^Ti i w 11 on* ml 1/ EurM? mai Ex. mi Rnmr N Y. t Twoor, J NrwTnix, Foee It, 1M0. / ThM i |fiH will pvtete m fM) naif or a. mh paste loom, aa ep?<uaJ aaeart aad guard of boaor to Ik* Jar* B??a ItebMey, a* Satwday Hit, tbe 1Mb teat Tbe nompaaMa will aawMa at tba Regteeetel momt at laa a'r.iaak JL M., at whtab Mm aetiee win ba gtraa aa o tba plaaa of fbraeUe*. F-eW and ateff aMeated The baad, eater Ntwr and feaeral gutdee will report to tba Adtnteat at tba mm uaa aad aieoe. By oN*r of UEOROt LYOMS, Ceteeal. C. Y. Butcmr, Adjateat Amettmm Rat* ? Italn Pmp?rtjr. Tba teatb a action taka of oaolalaed property recovered froa tbtaraa aad burglare, whlcb be** been aooeanta ting ta Um baa* of Um Proparty Clark af um Mlropa'i Ma polxM for Ike part Ms aaatba, voa brld at tba drill row, 9var Um Oratra markat, yrataNay aaiil IV truck* vara of all aorta aad daocrtptioaa?lockatoaod an cbora, gaaa aad aargtoal tortrniaaato, aa^ra aad booto, ropaa aad watch ebalaa, aoap tad Jaaalry, aorordaoaa aad orarabaaa, ayriafra aad biaattto. baddlo# aad trial ptoa. fo ratter* aad <-'*??fc?njf. haarawra aad tealb ptoka, aad, la abort, odda and aada la nit atonal arary toato, i"i uuwatoaoa aad onadti-n Abaat Ibraa banarad parawia aw aaaaually laraa aam bar?vera araaeoi, aad tba Md Jan vara aa miaeallaaaoi * aa tba artieka mM. Almaatali Batioaamc routnaatod. aad tba hraalNlab "aebaar,' tba TrUb "badad * tba Oar aa"faat," tba Bavary ''baJly bay' ?varda aa4 pbraaai nooalarlr ooaaltfarad aaniitar to lhaaa alaaaaa, aad, ladaad, bahMir'.jg to Mr dlflbraai laagaam?vara tola?1od la avaat aaafaatoa. Tba nla np?aad at alavaa a'rlocfi A. M., vttb Iba a antoal taqelry, (ram tba andtaaaa paaaral ly, ?ddi?id to aama paraaa or paraoaa laitaftto, "vonkJ fa bay a caw*" aad vaa noaUnoad, vllb anob rpim nam aaarlj tvo o a?oc* p. m. Tba Mddtaf vm Tary brtk, aad Mka amain gaaaralty braagbt (Mr prion tba aoekJpolMaaaa of Iba ancUoaaar to tba "ladwar Mr M*fWiikay vm dMkMwT^M > mmtm Hi ^ f" rniw uw ^owfl, ootjpitinwfii?*y Hi m4 ?m MM, MM te?rhaM? (feu rate*, ?Hfe Um pwfeinc. I?MMtog. Imh>*?,?TOfW.alMM r ?4? a* MM NniM to rlMM fM tTM M "Chtaf, cMMft-rtof ' OriWeMrM * Uin Kmms, ?r i "4? MT<rik?OMMaOMMfl. iMto?Jif?biMd h J?tyar aagmi. mm imii w>um-tw iw mmiwm *? mm Mm* Mmto MarrlMf vmImmmm m ? 11 jm. fc rtw <1 4* m> m im mbi<mjw lwl M^Lmmm'WTmSST^S* ?'*?"? , JUNE 14, I860-TRIPLB VMkUag UMlllfUM. 70S W*a* MKII, . We aM N<MMd 10 Mats tut MHN 0t P?0t fcoalS ud ooaaUag *? dea:rag to nur for lbs awsapaUkas regatta aa tba 2d July ai; bate aa epparMKy to d? SO Ida tblsdato,at No 6 F)m street. ItoMMkbUvM lb* Bond ud tba Rebecca baa been postponed till aext Tuesday. TBK KM ATT A Or TBI JMSBY C1TT TACBT CJJO&fl Tba tbfrd annual regatta of tbe Jersey Ottj YaobtOob, thriving aaaoculloa, wbtab within three year* baa grown ham a nucleus of twenty meaabtrs and >e?s tbaa ball u**t aaaibar af boats to an organisation susaberlBg saore tban una hundred members and from forty to fttty handsomely modelled craft, loo* place yeatarday. Tba ragaMa waa participated la by no laaa tbaa twenty four boata, aad besides these a large number accompanied Um float through tba race. Above, tba day waa aa beautiful aa ooaM be deairad? brlgnt and balmy?sad drew to Ute aoene a large crowd of ladiea aid otbar apeetatora, who tbroaged tba etab hooae and Ttcmttjr Below, it waa anything bat UM bope of a yachiamaa, there aol being breeae enough at Ik* Mart to diaturb tbo surface of lb* water, or keep the tiny boate from Heating aloag ea tbo bosom of lb* tide. 1'roapUy al oae o'clock, lbs boar aanoanood for the commcueemeat of lb? race, lb* lltUe fleet, reeling like loopy aoa galls oa tbo water, woro al ibelr reapective sliltnaa, all sail aet, aad waiting tbo booming of Um gun wblcb wai to atari tbam on ibelr way. AU Um craft entered ware (loop*, Um smallest being Um itlUa boaia ten or twelve feel In length, and the large* from twenty to iterly fael long, carry lag a pile of aoowy can van, wbi b almost bid tbeir i. ulla from light. Tbeae ware divkted la to throe classes, Tlx.? yiret class, aeaaurmg twentyliTo feet aad upwards In length Second daso, measuring twenty feel aad under twenty Me fael la lensth. Third claaa, meaanrini under twenty feet in length. Each boat waa numbered by Igurea on the maloaaX The atait look place at one o'clock, the emaileet boata of the Drat claaa letting under way first, and tne others aa their time waa called by the judge*, the allowance being two mirnlee to the foot The course lor the Irat claaa waa from the stake boat on U>e club haute around tbe aortbeael buoy, oo the weat bank, the beata keeping to tbe east of Ellis' and Btdlow'a Island, going and retiming. The course fcr the seeond and t&ird classes waa from tbe judge a stake boat to a etake beat off or near K>aa Point, passing it to the aoath and weal, tbenoe back to their starting point. Tbia ground waa sailed over three tlaaes. Unit! two o'cloakt hardly a breeze waa perceptible, and the boaia drifted alaggiahly along, taking all the a<lrentage wblcb tide and flttUig aepbjrs offered. A miserable day'a aport seemed la proapecr, but aa the afternoon wore oa a southwest breeae sprung up, and soon tbe b?U were thaaisg each other (ike grey bounds Alter gettiag fairly under way the larger boats ae pa rated trooa tbe aeeond and third claaa, aad continued on their way doers through the Narrows to their rteattaatton, while tbe repetition of the cenrae of the others cauaed attention 10 be mainly centered on then?, aad kept op tbe inioraat ef tbe oeeaalen. Tbe following * tbe reanlt oI the raoe>? THIRD CLASS. San. Berne. a. M 8 H M. s. Thorn walling 1 90 30. (gave up en 3d round) 3 37 2ft KillTrae 1 23 to....(winning boat)....4 41 00 Gertrude 1 2ft 4A.(gave upon3a round).3 16 46 Hareey G Fowier.l 96 37 ft 04 tt muj l w aw. (upoeiou in rouna;.? ? tocuiro run. w?ve 1 31 30 (oamed amy bobeUy)? 68 38 Hy!v'? 1 32 M 4M1I Howwedjte 1 38 2 j 6 06 08 Petrel 1 84 90 4 M 80 Bieck Bird 1 80 36 t 03 86 Jaba A. Breillat).. .1 87 40....(?uuuog beet)....4 20 18 Aaibubne 1 30 36 4 39 08 nun mas. Dn edooapbt 1 00 00. 6 16 36 UmculM. 1 00 36 ? leaiei hockirood.'.'l 00 66. 0 10 30 Joaeph tolfH?....l 11 M The probability, from tbe returae of tbe flrat elm, to ttua me Dental Lock wood to the winner. Tbe prlxee are *nv*r |00i?i ior nca c.mm. The boat wboM time la urcotloed had Bot arrived at the cloesg of the rata. Among ibe crafl entertd wbiota did aot aal) waa the W. J. Van iMixen, but tbe gentlemen connected with bar promptly placed ber at tbe aarrtoa of the reporter*, and enabled them to watcb tbe prograaa of tfca raaa. Oomlug up tbe Barbor, CBpt. Cook, of tbe cibooaar Bcilpaa, bound to New York from Havana, invited tbe party on board, where they ware entertained aad afterward* returned to tbe city in tow of a *tearner. Altogether tbe raoa proved a pleaaat affair, and excepting an occaatoual weakaeaa of wind aad tbe nasal nbap*, moat have been eaUafactory to all cooc?rued RKOATTA AT BINO 8INO. Tbtre win b* a regain at Blag Ring oa Saturday, the lftb lnatant, In which aadboau o> turn twenty to thirty feat long are to ooateat for *c]?rkrtty. Tha follow tag are the aaaea of tbe boats anter ed for tbe race ?Klrat claaa?KalHe, Old Top, Marj and Ellxa. Second ctaaa?Heeter Aaa, Ellxa, flamming Bird, Loato flattie aad the Hudson WMcb. Tha boat* win aUrt at tea o'clock A. M., uj Mil is circuit of twaaly biIm north ud aouth of Keg Sln|. TBI BOSTON RHiATTA. Boot cr*, Juaa 13, Tfco pr!*a for tha city r**?ttn of the Fourth of Joly ire tDDOQBood The wholo aaamiat la W75. Tha flrat prtxaa for ?borri#a, (ball aad lap atraaka M WO don1)la ?coll lap atrraka, 171; all aad four oarod lap atraaka, flCO; at* and trr.r oarad abolK, $175. Pal lea latalllfaaea. (iA>sna Fraxua i? Taoi aia Aa^r*.?tiardoar Faraliw, who flgarad la aa latrtgoo wuh Um wtfa of Dr. Wood wan, of Xaw Orlaaaa, at tha Naw York Hotel, aoaaa Una ayo, refereaoe to the Uatem, ?m arreoted ywtonlay by otltoer LMt of the harbor pcaca, oa a cbarto of noeJiog a wafoa valued at 9100 from Joha Herman, of No. 4t Qreoawtch atroet, crder the following etrcurnalaaeea ?tbo aceuaed, It m aliened, went to the coTrplataant'a It very (table oa Use eu> mat, la the absence of Ibe proprietor, aad la aa act tbontatire aii?a d reeled oa* of the employea la attach the wa?oa ta quooMoa to a boraa whtoh aa had la attaad acce The hoeUer wan a rule aoaptcioaa at flrat, bat oa Furatie aaevrlaf htai that ibe "beae" had riraa hia direr uoc.au> ilea up, tie became at.?ne>i, aad allowed the Tahida m depart Foraaa proateed to retnra the wagoa the following evening, bnt fatlad to do no. Mr Haraaa.wto bad aot given the afoand par aJaatoa to take away Lha wagoa, bogaa to grow uaeaay, aad forthwith proceed* ; ta Majcfc of ha property t'pn inqoiry ha foand that Farataa had TWtad the raoe oonr*e oa rang laiaad, aad that as hia ratura ha eiahaaged the waf?a with a Brooklyatta, bat the exact wharaaboata of Ua vehicle ooald aot ho aaoartalaod. although Mr Bar mmnMIM mU low tar tl Feaifag eoewwbal aggrieved al Ik* ml Ml of rermtae, Ike livery mm 4m. toralaM to Uj *kM tMM IkMt wmt m t wimat, ud U that objeei la rtow ha h? ?aayMi uiMt IM MMi turn J??Ibi Wttob rmrnr laa S?ad tM pneoaar at Ma. STS Pearl t?m, tMn be a eagtged la th*wtaa boataaaa, tad immediately btMghi hiaa lata court The magtrtrate decided to tout Mr la bill la lb# ran or IIJM te aaaan Ik*charge Mr. M??N I. Hnim kMMM aecartty for Ik* appoaraaoe of Um i>ri*oa*r, *btn ik* iaitar w liberated fraai Malady, raralae dralta Iho charge preferred ifuut him, aad bop?a ta be able to prove a mm of laaneean vfew Ika aauar aaana ay far trial. BifKiuma ?WUNaa Brow a, a alage driver by oaaapaum. vaa brought before Jaattoe (jaaefceabuab, at tka Mteraoa Marfeal Pattce Oaart, aa charge af b .rglariaaaly laiirlag the apartaaaala af Mra. i|M Haott, No M Waal Iklrtf-aarMih aireal, by aaaaaa of Mm kaya aad aiaallag tbarefroai about Ml .worth af property. Tka prtaoMr, it H-caan, obtalaad aooeaa ta the rooma durtag Ika tempo rary abaanw of Mra. Uoott. Ha waa ahoot laklac hla dapartara from lha place when the uaeipeetad ap>earaaoe of thr oaaplalaaat rather aUrtled him aad aiaaartlaled a haoty flight Mra. Saatt puiMed lha fbUow, bowerer, aad with Ibe aaaWaaoe af pollaiana Plan, of tka TweaUeMi edMt. muuul I* mrkul Ik* nreour h?fcn k* t*4 praaaaoad my blocks. Commlttad for trial. rtrt juraatiaa froaa twalra to flftaaa jaara of afa, uMd ThorrM RUay, wniiaai arm, Jmmm *aOy, Mhabaal KmIibi u4 I Mrtok mefcj, nn tan inta malady oa rharta af kraakla? late tta ?tce? of Jtisaaflaadaraaa, Ito W ariaaa B, wllfe tatact to ataal. Tka anraaai vara braafM baltra Jaatk* guaakaaboab, at tta Jaftwaaa Harkat PoUoaCaart, akaii ibay ware iwlMait far aramlaahna For*i. at I in ? Wakaal Ooai artord,la aaarcbof wbaaa ba polvo* hara b*ea boiily nf?al far mr tbraa atootha, araa takaa lata cuatody yaatertay by afflaar Oar i*n. of tba harbor aallea. Iba aoeaaa' la MUM Mr nt'aliBf a qoaatity of grata from tta aafraaaaa flaon* B. 'toadvia. at tta AUaatto dock, nrookljra. JoMaa Walab bald tta prHnaar far trtaL Goirum D?a?) ?KatMa X 0aa4a*?q^ *a aatal rtadaat la ttaofflaaaf Dra. SayTaa * Jaaaa, ^ 7? Braad war, who waa arraatad a day er twa aga. a? iMpliiuaaf havlif atoiaa MM from tta aafa k tta attaa. baa prvrad Mi aatira laaaoaara la tta alMMiaa of Jaaunx OnuaOr, and baa baaa uiattargad froai all farttar attaMaaaa a iprni* OnrUCfeMkm. Btfor* Jsdg* iNfeM Jrn 1 t?rUfi Om*f mU m. Omtfi U Bttgm*MaUoa for |raaM*. ?tt mMt Ckmrim MilUr ?. JTIUka Jaw*, /r.?MMtaa I* m Ml ar??r of wnH teM, wttk 111 cmM Mi W. Mm/n ?. Meter* IHMin-Ortr tteytaff ptaMMTt proMteM* p-lil, w W*il fcy mm teIntent </II MM iMitutei rnnkM*"? 11< iai flu mm < jtm r?rt ? 10 m ?kH )Bkmm? *mM, ?i arter to tw MM* TMiM MM M MMkM It* Uafrr 0 fir* farft ?. /An fUvwt ? Alto*MM f MM f?r Mat tmlil SHEET, Onrt mf u?a?r*l NnIoia. run ror. Before Raoorder hmnl. m bt>*lU? UQOCB L I ? Tb* ?koto of jMWte) via apeat to trytog u> oblato a Cto if j 8amaal GartoMr, toettad far poblwly expoetof ucattof ttqaor for aato aa SaaJay. Thla la a leat mm wktoh tba iib?i) far (fee parttoe mow aeder tadictmat far rhelauag tba aaw Huaday Liquor tow iatoc 4a to toka t tba Court af Appoaia, abouM a oooricltoa bo had. Be objectea each juror toa rigid exaaa'nattoa.aad mm? oi tlMia *???e roK^ird m coat?r|oea<-# of hevtog prrtndl?5a? agaaeiuiCMt tagtftiin lbs liquor traMc, especially ea Huaday. The pantt. of jurora tu ext>?u?tod at tba ad jourBBKBt of tb? Oocrt ^ c.yX j-ircri ha*)?* been swora Tbe tinted Jury pr?r?bUd a arf? hatch of tedtsimrow oa Wooaatday ?n<. u.rg, aad ?? ortot U>? praoaora wbea ar ratgaed p'eadea nut guilty. tbey arcro aent back till n?it week for u'll A wr?D n?? a momma ootvwto AIDeiW nr?ii, ? r will) m ?cu i.rrr?eu lcunint wmm eeavioUd of Ilea Mug a piece ol lit in, worth $40, on tbe U3d of February, from the tlore ol Brown & Co., Broadway Aa acct mpHea named Oppenhelm eecocapacted her, and while be waa oetenaibiy examining some good, Amelia tola a pieoe af tatla aad concealed It under bar abaiwl. Tba dark caacbt bar in tbe act and procured her arreet oa tba pot. II appaarad on tba trial that Miaa Morreii m a well known aboplifter, far one at tba keener* of tbe peaitaauary laabDad thai aba served a term of (wo yean on tbe island, Judge Capron baying ssateaoel bar in 1XM cm eor fiction for a tlbtilar otfaaee. 8ba waa reiaaaded UU Friday for sentence. A UWM.HAM BItemVKR (XnmCTSD. <Manner Bnebler, a young German, waa triad and eon tleieo of receiving a bn ol spermaceti candlea, atolen by two beys, named Hansbaw and Stspbaas, from tbe ettabHabaienl of John Bpeigel, 39 Narfolk Kraal. A> that waa bis Brat offence, and aa tba Jury reeommended bin to tba mercy of tba Court, tba aaataaea impoaad waa light being one year in tba penitentiary. YOl'NU I I JU'I AM MSJtT TO THX 9T1TX PKISOH. Frank Mooney. John Killing, aad Jaraee Brtxfarlek. earn of Uieia seventeen yeara old, were Indicted for tbe b'gb crime of burglary in tba first degree, having broken it 10 the c welling home of Edmund I,yone, 420 Seventh avenue, on tbe nigb! of tbe 9th mutant, and atolen a little gin, a thick! testation af chewing tobacco, two table knives, oae fork and one atlver apooo, all vaload at one dollar current money. A private watchman, named Michael' Collins, dat- r.ted the burglary while tbey were raaiack'ng the premlaes, and euroeeded la arresting them. Ibe prosecution aeoepted a plaa of guilty of an attempt to perpetrate tbe crime for which tbe Grand Jury ladlcted them, which tbey consented to Interpose. Mooney aad Killing ware each aent to the State prteoo for three years, while Broderick waa seat to tbesasoe insutntlon for twe yearn. .Inkiii Rnnkiai vhnvaa fndfrt?<f far MMltPf i?w*lrv tad clothing, valued at $126, from Ifartla Smith, 368 Teitn avenue, pleaded guilty to grand larceny, and tie was Not to the (Hate prtaon for two yean. aj* ivbik?!? oitka(.b Peter Rogaa, an old mi, waa placed at the bar charged with committing a rape upon a child aix yearn old. The particular* of tble raw, if It were prudent to <ietail them, would (bow one of the proeeeat and moet borrfble deode of crime on record, the Reoortar In peiaing eentence obeerred that bad Kogaa been tried and eonvlered, Be would have eent him to the State I'rUoo for the term of hla natural life; bat aa the prlaoner o flered to plead gullly to aa attempt, the [roeecutlon IB order to avoid the liability of a i^aagreement or the jnry (aa the oaly witneee la the ceee waa the little girl), contented to accept the piea. The Court aeateaced blm to impriaoa meat IB the State priaon far Ire yeara BBCOND PART. Before Judge Kaaaall. jranruRLB bomicluk. Ob Monday afternoon the trial of Char lea Roberta, a young tieraaa, charged with homicide, IB caoatog tae death of Thca. Qreeaaa, by etabblng him with a knife, waa ecmmeaced before the GMyJodge. The art denoe waaftoomiradtetory aad Bare liable; bat it appeared that the occurrence lock place on the Slat of April, at the oorner of orchard and CBaal atreeta, that deceaaed waa la company with a maa aa?<1 Uayler, aad aa they pa ami on the aMewalk the deceaaed (Greenan) ran againat the praooer; worda enaoed between them, whereupon they cliaohcd in the afreet, and the deceaaed knocked the prlaoner down. All the wttaeaaea concurred la aaylng that the deoMiM mm airuca mi priwcer. urttiu mm m tu itakM, ud MM fainted with the loea of blood. One wttaeea taattfed tut Um prkoitr wid "Ma kill a man," bat Mr. Ulnion contended that that phraao waa aot Uta mode la whiah a fl? expreeaed hlmaaf; aad beatdea, ha argaed that the evidence of the tubbing waa vary unreliable. Ine Judge charged the jury y eater day, aad lato la the afternoon they retarded a verdict of "Junlilable bo mlclde," which .eequlvaleit to a verdict of '-not guilty." Roberta left the Court la company with a large clrole of ha countrymen, who congratulated him on hla acquittal Water H Kimball, a rery reapectable looking man, waa plated on trial chargad with forgery la the third degree, la paining a counterfoil check oatheBiakof New York, for $11. upon Henry Book, bnt before the caae waa gfraa u> tae jury, oouaael for Uie accrued, with the oaaacat of the Dtotrtct Attorney, laterpcaad a plea of guilty of forgery la the fourth degree. The aoouaed, who wm ea ball, waa permitted to leave. a iimti aieurr.T?jaaLorar tmi auacncD cam? urrmMrau raanccuua. lAte in the aleraoon, Wm, Kowler, who appeared to be a reapetUtle man waa pet on trial, having been Indicted for an attempt to commit a felonloua aaaault up>n Mra. Mary Rue. Tae oompininaat teabhed that on the morning of the 22d of Apr J, the aoouaed, tnoompaay with hia brother aad two frienla, went to bar reatdeace, at M Bedford ttreet, broke In the back room door, tbea forcibly entered another door, hammered with a a led go hammer ea the bad, aad preaeaied a ptatai to the bread of Mra Rue, threatening to aboot bar if ahe did aot tell btm where ha wife waa, remarkiag, " I am aot quite hrooabwltb yon yet, bat will ttnlah another Hate." Mr*. Ree ataied ea her croea examioatmo that her daughter waa married to Mr. Fowler, bat ahe had beea aeparated from him for the real three yearn. Kofna Rao, a lad, eon af the complainant, corroborated her icaLmoag bearing Ua mother call far eaalatanoe be went to her reecoe, meetieg th? defendant (Fowler), who aald If be maue a notee be would kill him. Each of the sen who accomfmalad the aoouaed had piatoie. Thaee Mr. Fewlrr, In openlsg the mm, informed Um jury thai I be rrrsnd wblch brought the defendant to Um boon of Mrs. Rm ?h far from beag criminal. Ha would aa deevos to ahow that the deiendaat heard that bia wlfa, from whom ka bad beta asperated, waa cot conducting herself with that propriety wbleb the aether of bia children ought to exhibit io aooiely. He called Daniel LobUar, and dealrol to thow by him the aotmua with wbicb toe dafendaat wect to Mr*. Raa'i house, bat the Judge ruled ov> the svMeece. aa It had entiling to do with the charge cf uaau.t and bauerr. aad dM not justify the acts of lbs accused. This witaeis ?eid he heard artaa of "watch" and order" on the morntsg to qsestloa, wbK-n proceeds I frow the house of Mra. Roe. Joha yowlsr, brother of the prtsoasr, waa the next witness, who sirars thai bs was not ta Mra. Rus's boose na the Darting of the 29d of April, acd that he aerer carried a p*tol la bia Me. la reply to a question of the KMsiaat District Attorney, he ?aid tbat be aid sot kaow be waa under tadlctaasat for aa sssault epos Mr*. Roe; whereupon the prnaecutlag officer nxrfrd lor a beaeh warrant, which waa graated. aad the w.iaca waa reaored froco the Maad aad placed la the custody cf aa oflioar e( the court Tbia auataxary arrest waa altegtthsr laexpeded by Mr. Fowler, who la med.stsly endeavored to prsenrs ball, aa1 before the couri ed)ournee he gave boada ta aaswsr the charge. The City Judge, la a loctd charge to the jury, reeepMa la led tie fata proven by the ssreral wltaeaaaa, quoting a coaiparallvety recent statete, which prerldea for the paslahaMat of aay psrssa who shall attempt to sheet with Orearsu. BM Hoeor replied to the stalemeat of law a?e by the seusssl. that his ctteet oouid aet he saaTimdtfae ifesi shargad if a was aot ahawn thai Me patel was loaded, sy sayteg that tao jarjr wars te Mhr tnm the prertesa threats of rawlsr that fee In leaded is kill Mrs Roe The rrtdeaaa tt Wiiuam Hughes, a witnets tor the defease, waa also ooasMatsd upoa by the court, sad tbs Jury ware informed that bs stood la the poalttoa af an alarrateo party, hartag M m coomxm iminJ at tka (yitiil Baaa^aa to praaatula a eoapkui (Mill Mr* Km, whiab waa tkMM Tba jary rttirad to tkair roots at half paat At*. aad half aa boar aftanrarte tkay came lata court, aa i ooo of tka jurora atatad that tka foraaaaa, who waa a uroa, dM aat naocraiaad tka EBgnak laagaaga Tba Jodga <tta charged tkajjry ftom tba fnrtbar ooaaidarmuoa of tka eaaa, autlag teat U>? forraaan akouk. Ux aald he did aat aadarataad tka rrtdaaea, aad tbua Lara aarad tba ttaaa af u>a Coait Tba proaacut eg offlaar mora-1 ta acreate tka batl fraa 11,000 to 13,000, which tcot oa waa (raaw^ b/ Uta tfeurt, bM bavlaawa ktrtMMOra b*la? John iw'ar ao? ttodar tadtetvoot far a *?pla aaaaalt upon Mra Rua. Tbe da laadaat aaat to prorcra ba I; bat tb? Ju4g?. bar lag beaa on tka k?ocb i>in moralri aoald not keap taa Court opaa Ull Mr Fow er'a aurcty arrl*ad; ao that hi waa taken Ma caatody by tba gfcarUT aad onavayad to tka <9ty MM. Mra Fowlar who baa beaa try'a* to get a dlrcroa fta? bar hnabaad, orrMptod a aaat heaWe tbe Dtatrw* Attaraay dartog tka tnai. Hka waa faakxmablr draaaad, aad kaa a daaby appearaaoe, aad of o??raa waa elaaal? aorutlataad by tka apectatara Tba my Jo<! fa Atapeaad af a n ember of ctaea on Waadaaday, bat tba majority af taaai wara ardiiary la dWUMata for lareany Adniphna Bar nay, tba gift book pi-Miabar. who waa triad and ooarlrtad bafaf" bta Hoaor two Month* ago, of abtatolag roaaay uadar faJae prataaoaa, wm brwgM ap for jadgmeat, whan tba City .fodga aaouwead klai to ia> ptiaoorrrBl to Uta Waa Hog prto^a for tkraa yaara Hw oiaaul applied ta tka Saprama Oanrt for a aaw trial, hot tka motioa waa daatod Cairt of Caaiwaa Plata. rfora Ilea Judga My Jrrr IS ? J*tm Jbifcr ra Vumai McSpmism ?Tbia waa aa aadlaa for aaaaaJt aad battarr It an. an th?i in* <te IMW, MfOBp?W by hi* brotbor, ?u drtrtof to hlo irtton op Win oa tbo M of Juoory, U51, ?kn i oaol oor? nono to oollMon wnb Ma vobtalo, lb row ttkrofeorootof tbo wofow, oboUorod tbo trocoo, be, 01* tbo bono fi?*lily look light IV dofoodoot (tboo Pro ttfootoftho BooM of Atdoraoe) oluot to too roloa tod woo droifod by tho bono oo tbo roliroo* mo* tho pioiottiT, who ia irtrtr of ono of tbo TbJH mnroon, woo ooahf Ik tb- <ti ir?io ? wbon M|iHiio WW. owd ho (tbo driTOT) woo eollod of ? ???; o rotoo fraa tbo drtrorv yie?we moothtog tlho "1?o wo of o h?why dooo bo ?<* bin hlo bonMbottott" Mr ?-fro?o4 bg Ihofc wono, ood oaioyod br tbo ooaMoat to Mi bntkor^dMi ^bwT^-^p- J***"**?"*: id ?n i hi lulli i?"?tooMy, oboofe tbo mm who hMw*t o?b ?4?ofororf h* TM^obohjiy ^jW^roynd tm*4 nrttot lb* ?ontof Mr 3 THE COmmTwONDEIL The Monster Steamship Great Eastern on Her Way to New T?k. WHAT IS SIBt i Oar Detailed Description of the TeeeeL m.A Tr...u alio uoftuu uuluvuvft u1 uiv Leviathait The imide, Ontiide, Top, Bottom, Bide Wtoli, Serewi, Engines aid tigging if t Twenty Thousand Ton Steamer. Something for tkc Japanese and Mjui? > hattancse to Look at? THE GREAT HOTEL OF THE OCEAN. Can Captain Vine Hall "Keep a Hotel 1" m yi cti r. r. ? ?! ww mm wm mm mm? mm mm mm mm mm THE SIGHT OF THE SEA801T, Mn tf?i Ml Tbe Great Eaatern, lh? LeviatLan, uie monater of tha commercial world, la upon ua. iitr oay o( (ajRsg ?U announced la lb* smallest nwd placard* all over Er gland, and advertised in ibe amalleal space la lb* new paper a. Tfce mesas taken to make lb* pubtte ao~ qaaintcii wlUi tbe Important event war* la marked am' traat with tbe enormooa magnitude of tbe vtaaal heraatf. And 10 tba people or tagland in general were latoima< that the Great EaaUrn would leave So u Uuun ptoe ee Saferday, tba Otb mat, for New York, sae may bo eipaatti,. then lore, if the make a tba aarnc Ume that aba made o? ber trial trip, on Moaday next, wben abe will be moon* oil the Baitery, within full tight of all New York, or M much of It as ou bo crowd?d in that apace, on tho dock! In the adjoining l tree la, and 1b the thouoando of al kinds and iim of trans that will swarm Ike water* ot our nagatflocnt bay. No aooner waa It announced that the Groat EtMm waa neatly ready (or aoa?and, In (act, king before ahe *m launched?than the greatest exeftemea: prevailed tm regard to the Brat place to which >he would tail, tieron ?NM claimed to be the birthplace of Homer, and acta* ctHaa In America claimed the honor of being the Oral to main the Great Eaatern? Quebec, Montreal, Portland, Mow York, Boa too, Philadelphia and Norfolk, all Mnand their claim* without regard to tbatr ability to aooawMaodata the long expected vlaltor. Howovar, after a doe dlocuaalon and serioos conatderation of tho matter, Now York was aaaousotd as her place of ossMmIIsb. ifeoa there was a tremendous outcry from all the diaappomUd rivals. They could so longer discover any marts is tar; she was tho "eour grapes" whloh, Uke tho fox la th? labia, they oould aot reach , aho waa a complete faUare; aha had boon called the "Ureal Eastsra," than tho MLoriathaa". and .sow; they propose that bar ossm ahooM be tpJn changed, and (kit iki shsokl ha known as "The (ireot Humbug." NotwHhrtsaitac all their abuse, bowerer, ths oomjuj who owns* bar taw that Few York was tba only plass, and aa to Mow York they resolved to Mad bar. And bow aha I* bsssalng acroaa tho Atlantic ocean on bar way to Now Tork and lha boot thing our disappointed friends ean do la to pat a good !aee on the matter, take the aarltMt train tor the great metropolis, where they will, no doubt, bora cbance of seeing her four or fire days treat tbla at the farthest, and we will throw the Japanese iota tho right for nothing. The monster la already more than half waj orer, and we adrlae all who have aay doubts of bsr bete, en the Atlantic at all, and who bars bets spaa tho sab Ject, to go down to the Battery this afternoon or to-aor row morning, where, 1/ they watch tho water line closely tbey wlU see that she Is ocmlsg, for bsr dlfplacesMot r water will be tueh as to create a swell erea m the harbr of New York. On the beauttTul and balmy morning of tho 2M i April, 1838, the people or this great metropolis, wbfc then numbered about one third of Its present populates were a*ton;ibed when tfeey sawn Utile steamer, called t) Slrlos, ccmn.aadcd by s bold lriah sailor, named Robsr ijiag qniciij ataocnoron u.e Baucry, >b aaoct ua cai place which will be occupied by the gigaalic hull of t Great Kaatrra Tbe Blrloa, wbtcb 11147 juatly *a ?ai' the p-oacer of lb* priM.nl great U?*i of Oueaa mhi that we cow Mattered over tbe world, tad arrived ta that Dior slag from Cork, barltg proved tbe praettcabi. of n>ek*i>g toag ooeaa voyagea by meaae of rteaaara. Tbe Bnuu> of Ue foHowtag day, April 28, Ittl, e tamed a fall accouat of bar airtral, (/? wbicb we m tbe follow lag extracts ? Arrival ef the Blrlva lleamw la Revi tee* Day a fraat Cwrk?The Itglaal t tke Maw A|t ta Iteaaa Pewtr?1 Bread iuaattc Bridgtd at 1 a at > kllattaa af Space aad Tlaae. Tbla mora.Bg tbe city waa thrown lato a itala af g Capt. Roberta. la aaveaiaaa days frw* Garb, Irak coaagaid- to Merer Wad*wan* k Pa ah, ef tbla < To three gaaUrtarn we are indebted far wetna fiV Loadoa aad 1 tverpaol paper*, nagaatoaa, aa, la late at detee?Leaden ta tbe Id of April, Uveraeal b Id, aad Cork k> iba 4tb. e e a e a e Baaar?aae e? tbe Hmua'a kflaaaLban? Slaairar meat, i-ilowteg oat, "Mr. Beaaetti Mr. Baaaaer rlaai tbe Mrtaef" "My Sod. to *e oewe at H -Tea, yea?kera are lain mm ?f tm af Ay' " fteavea aad aartb! lat'i bave fia," aid I, fcatf a< Tke Haiti) af Ike Mfe ef April. 1IM, had a dei deaeripuaa af tbe Groat Www tke aaaead ? ifir-wbrt arrtrad tke feUowtag day, AprTrmm ibto we extract ? nt Tilinph duaa.Tk* ttolMi ik? SriM H ttun-Tk* Pmm|i mm AtlMUt IB rMHMB Osjrs. I tto mnwmi jmmttmf mm tnmmtmm. Tr 9t\j bo?' hi ib? HI dafk Myrtoas ?f pr rrowrl<4 III* Batter; to l?? a fllMfM ?f UM feM ?wMrk hs<t oroMxl im Mull) frnm Mm Bntak M*. arrtrod at 1Mb part. to<U?<ltft? aaM >?!! ? |ii?bnm la UM citv, at om Iibm t atfMr dartog t%? ?u g*?B| Bl Um dark looklBg *? !, ?N* UM A*? rolora at tn? fBr?,BB4 tko flaf or OM K|ki?>? Thu iriuuBt *M tanker Mmni bt MM ar> tha wr?M VmMtb iroB? MMI, whiek Ian ftMMi Tlk iBBt , BMklDf In* pilfl IB klM Ml?MB th* prokM>m of poaaibttar. aarf ihuwmf ?Wt aaa v kv tsUtrfriM, f BMtagB MM MM to Mt?r ( Um Moral; waatkir wklrk Umbb mt M bar* ?'ieeeeoiTfiy brarod aad rimwaM. TM kowarrr, M tfca pioaatr, aad M kar But ia 4 bo. u Tka lirtBl (MtarB aflbrtU a fna4 tltaatraftM 1 rififl tlr'flu rtiinb iluaa aaTtgaaaa b? ?ia ?o*p*-MtT?iy brtaC pnM Ikkl kta alapaa* atoaaaa brgtaalag, to IW *mm klm M Um waaMrlW that m takta plaoataikaM twaaiy l?* rw*M ener?,r?d fro* Um faat, thai tf tba litUa llrMv | p*aca<i from Um toiNt af tba Oraai Mn, K* " ?! ; ar on of Kru|? Uiaa t doaa iomi yawl b oa U>e da*1ta af Mm tarf* raaa^. tr? dally toarlag Mr parta Smw, wbaa w* in 1mm Um *jaartar of a oaatary, Ml m propria la ?Up ba?dfag md omm hmm a'ta W? ar? U1 aatarally aurtoM M kaaw aaMM| Mi mw whtah m lo*>f rajirM m tba raaa?a?? darfbl progrMB With atw dM Ma pnl tfb? aatr By wbaai wm aha MV Wbara 4M MMB cow* fw* lo pay for hM aaaatoaaUaaff bmrtv* ba eoatr Haw did Hmt laaaab barf Walw'f' oaaabamata* la a ward, la * wbat *a M i* labaf * Thraa ara ail |aiHI? IM vtD artM fei tt arary on, m gaxlac at bar raal praparttaaa, i *t ??7 ??w in. mn ?at w Mi h?T? m npfwiii?| of Mtttog tar, wi MW{ g MNilimrtM?>?> ! 111 aim hi Mm w ?? Ml Umm w kww iM Mr. IXMl OKU llBH^ ?m>, IlilNMMVIlMMrfli l MmApJ** * WWWHtaP.iMMlKMWfty 0i * ? > 4 *

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