Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 18, 1860, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 18, 1860 Page 2
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_2 powers, the temper of thr Sicilian people, nud the weak bcm (>f tlr loyal authority. The struggle u acrr ami thr tyrants who but out mouth ago tortured and ilaugntertd Ike Oici'ians with imvunity are now driven from thr island, and may jntnjn tm brought to justice even m the capital of the monarchy. It is of Tittle use for us to attempt to follow the military operations bv which this astonishing success has bet-u achieved. liie uea* givcu iu tin- despatches is too meagre, aiul we trust before long to l>o able to lay before ?ur readers a detailed and trustworthy narrative front a vrcli known correspondent. But the main points appear to have been as fallows:?Ry the 2dlh of Mat Garibaldi La i entirely eleafed the country about Palermo of the I King's troops. The battle o! Moureale, impiKieutly represented bv the official accounts as a victory, had been a niosl complete detent, aud had been followed by the retirement ot the troop* into the town and tire investment of the place by tie- Sicilians, who, though insufficiently armed and ahiewt destitute of cannon, were numerous, aud elated by their success at Calataliml and Moureale. At four o'clock ou the morning of Sunday, the ii7th, Garibaldi made a sudden attack on the north side of the towu, a district culled lV|*rtto. A fierce combat enSued, which lasted for two hours, and ended in placing Garibaldi in peerssmion of this pari of the place. No Sooner was this ar-compli.-hed than the inhabitants rose in moss, attacking the troop* w ith every weapon which chance could supply Two or three hours more sulhced I to give the people possession of the whole town, and the | troops retire* 1 into the citadel men followed the brutal | outrage on which we commented on Saturday. The garrixti Wing driven out of the town, the Neapolitan squad ron began to bombard It. I luring the whole of Sunday afternoon, and through a great part of the night. theships threw shells into Palermo, the town wu set on tire in many placer, a number of buildings were destroyed, and no doubt the lows of life among the inhabitants was considerable. On Monday Garibaldi stormed the citadel. It appears that on the previous day a |wrk of artillery was captured, and no doubt the Sicilians were by this means better enabled to o|>erale against the refuge of the soldiery. Of the details of llie la-t coutliet we know nothing. It must hate gone lutrd with General lanza, however, for be determined to capitulate. Tin- transaction wan arranged on board her Hritannic MiOesty'a ship Hannibal. We presume it is stipulated that the army which has caCitulabsl slwll n?t be landed at any other potat inHlcity; ut, at all events, (laribaltli. with the capital of the inland tin hit hands, arut with a people at hu lack dusked with r??tory, may now bid dr/tance to arty efforts </ the Xaspolitun gpatt. Perhaps such a capitulation is the liappii-st mode of terminating the struggle We do n<>t doubt that (iaribaldi Is willing to hurt as little as possible the feelings of the Kiug'a troops. Tla se who wi re the enemies of yesterday may be the friends of to-morrow, floe armunt'savs that during the battle in the town three regiments went over, and it may be that the army which was employed Co keep down the Sicilians will shortly endanger its master's throne. Alter all, Nca[>olitnu* are Italians, soldiers are men, and there rannot be a high spirited olHeer in the King's service who does not look with more sympathy ou Garibaldi than on a Lanza or a Salzaho. We may conclude that, as far as regards Sicily , the contest is nearly at an ond. Messina niusl soon fall, and then the Maud, placed under a provisional government, with Garibaldi at its head, will be an Independent Power in Kurope. What will be the am of the Dictator we have yet to learn, but it is not likely that he w ill sit down in quiet, or think anything douc while anything remains to do. The man who, like a A'orman adventurer of old, made hi* descent with two ihip/ulh of 'followert and I conqruered a kin<)d"m in three weeks, is hardly likely to settle down now that he rules a imputation <>r more thau U.000 000 and has the spoils of the Neapolitan arsenals with which to equip the levies who will join him. We may ccrtaiuly look for some stirring eveuts on the main land Italy is in tuck a state that boldness is Ike best, and, indeed, the only possible policy. The royal jiarty at Naples is panic stricken, and tue discontent of the people, roused into fury by the news from Ptctly, may anticipate any movemouW of Garibaldi. It may be that as we write King Krancis has been driven from the dominions which his family have cursed. U may even be tliat the Nenjiolitan troupe, afcluuncd of their disgrace and of the cause they serve, will follow tin- example of the Tuscan and Modenete armies, ami bring the tyranny of the Bourbons to an end. But, even If these event- do not take |>Uce, we feel pretty sure that Garibaldi will follow up his vie tory. His presence in Calabria now would be the signal for an Insurrection as fierce as Dial which has broken out in Sicily With 6.000 ineu sueh as stormed I'nlermo he wight march from the straits to Naples hi a tuoutb. [From the Loudon News, June 4 ] Garibaldi's swcrs? is dramatic in its rapidity. This time last week our faith wn* at the mercy of otlirinl tidegraphed*. who. without a single victory "to lioaht of. sent us word that the terriblo leader, discomfited and cowed, was furtively wandering about near the coast to 0ml a boot in which to escape. At "that very time Garibaldi was driving the Kcapiltiau troops before him into Palermo, and, banner in baud, pursuing them to tbcir coast defences. We only leanc-d this on Wednesday morning, and still the citadel and the sea forts remained, w ith the fleet, a strong protection p, the Nea|<olitans. On Mote lay Garibaldi alluded the citadel, and the nest thing wo liear is tliat an arm.-dire Is signed, speedIIv followed by a capitulation, by which the NcupOit.in General shows that he thiuk* it a fortunate tl.iug for his master that he can get leave to take his army ul lio.000 men safe out of i Garibaldi's way. We think It would be rtceedlng the rc quircmenta ot that Judicious skepticism to wInch a constant successiou of ?'sviliiig| despatches is educating the i public, If we were to rriuse to admit the testimony of j the three Paris journal which, with some tumor, though j not ummpirtant variation.", rerwrt the capitulation f of the Neapolitan* Whether the Hourlioti troop* are I at liberty to take awa) their material of war, J or tmly their personal srm-?whether they are l?uind to prt*e,sl to the mainland. or lire at liberty to go to Messina, is for the moment uncertain. We know enough, however, to impress us with the tremendous power and energy of the national rause in Sicily Nothing lew* than the enthusiasm and aetf-saert- | tiring concurrence of the nation could bare enabled Gart- i bakf., with the limited succor he disembarked at Marsala, | to achieve * access so signal over the Neapolitan army. A mere party leader coukl not have throwu himself with his wholi' force on the enemy in front as tie lias doue. | By granting terms to the Btmrboo general. Garibaldi ' gains time to organise the insurrection, and at the same time encourages In the Nenpdilun army the disptsithm to transact with rather than light their aiiversarv We are , . ..m,...l~l I,. ........... >h.l I'... I ...... I,...I .'l .\..l I..... * ................. elf that hi* troop* would no Ion (for fight w itti spirit, otherwise II i* bard lo conceive why, with the fori* in his bands and the fleet behind hiin. lie need ask Uartbal- i di's leave to take any rnursi- he might think host. Hv I the arrangement uow ref?>rVr<t tiarthnldi secures 28 000 nissiouarivh who will tell wherever they go of the trre audible might of the msurrev lion //. a i mi arqmiret fur , kvmttif and Ih* Sicilian* Ikr rxghlt of rrtmlar ?*jr. which oaawor I* refused kim l<y that* whv n Ihu nryntiatvm haor rnofnitd kit amlhvrilg THK VKKV LATK8T. Till IKsd. KKKCTIUN IK KIl'ILY. NAri.Kt May 20 1V*? The newt of the rising and bombardment of l"al.-rnw has produced a feverish agitation here. A conflict has . already taken place at the Cafe tie I'Kurope between cm sens and ofhrera. its former shouting in favor of Sicily Tlie following further particular* of the lighting at Palermo have been received ?. When fiarlbaMi arrived at the rada dl T"le.|o he ahamnied a retreat, hut resumed the oil. nelve when die inhabitant' revolted. A terrible and dr^fs 'ate fight then ensued, in which many worms purl u. [rated Tie- tr.?>p* were at last repulsed. and iimi.cdiaP l> afterwards tlw bombardment commenced It Is assorted that die f>irlt?h Admiral having as?<-m hied Uie officer* of all the foreign vcsrabi of war (includtog tlene of Austria) oil IMk-riu* they unanimously resolved to request the eommamlcr of the NcapoiiUu squadron to rwaec ftrtng on the town It is a rted that Krgnor Chrafa, In reply to n<mptwlnts if Mr Klltot. ha?dccUr<-d Uiat Ira lunt uo tnleniion of aren?ing the hngiuti navy of having assisted at the disembarkation of tiarthaldians at Marsala. he only wislied lo Justif)' tb? conduet of lira Neapolitan naial officers. Visum. May 30. 1W0 Tim fidlow ng neus has l>ecii r?-> ived lr -m IMIernio ? Tie barrack* of .San t.iar"ro ? have be?-n taW-n by the people Scleral Inmscs In tie tttrada dl Toledo have been burnt down. The people have "|>eiied a breach in the bouse* surrounding tlx- O -mm II u-<- 1". 'it,| prison ere have been set st liberty. A |airk of arliUery has been eaptureil d< ueral Si.who i* a prooimr Name*. June 1. IW0 An armistu-e has been concluded lutween tiie royal troop* and die loaf* of tiarilrablt. Tbe armistice anil continue* to be observed. and wtU end on ."oui.lay next at is?a The town of Girgentt has risen. Ntrtas. June J. ] wo On the proprwttion ef ?>neral Iaiim. an armistice baa been concluded Iwlwem the royal troop* and die darthaMians Hie Nea|?<litan trsqe arc concentrated lathe royal palare and rustle, wbh h are muate<l at the iwo i a tromitw? ?f Itahrnxt tiarllntMl il-inanda lhat th-jr ahall rvtriutr tbraPt*t? Jttno t. 1M0 It if th'it ?. -V'<r C*r<t, hw < t 1 maaranl? (.t tl> irrrtmrv <4 ?h? Two .- ' mi I haJ at*. donuandod th-int > <' mi-?i ?r th- ma- i |vw.--IVimont. tt w mnI, ha* pr<-t*-?l hk.i ..-I I'ljr 101-rTththat Tbo Pwhi* thai * <l-*pat-h ban art vM to day axM-rtttif that a cWpimlatlna hart bom alfitod -n hoard thHanoi!' i Wta lauaa as4 ttarthaldi and Um I W-vfiliilHfa/t l-t I' u V. ,<r In c tin- 'I -|*?tili, I th* ra|>ilnloiiofi aiip.itat-a that t h ? - taa army. I *000 ktriwic. a bah ntnt htli twat a boaari a I iml rrtitorti ? K, t r mm.'.-vJ m. l-ar-t t X-4 I |*>lita/i aqoadnm I Ptara Jttn- S. 1<M0 I Tho /Wrir awrl- that th- rat 111?at?.n .if tlw garrha* I ? I .'II... lata Iw-t. It -I n.. I\.?-iur.? *,:i I ?<anni." .. In itmrmw murMiic I Tlw /'no and tbmthimhmnA ??v that th- tri'imph of I th- Mirtri taai at Pahrmo la tWimtr . and <4 th-. .| in I latKK (< tti* trarrtaon thnro H tx> rtnobi TV ntilr qn-o t?4i ft* at* i.h'rat Mm ta wtftW tho Uttopa anrr-ndar al dtacn ttrai or i.htaio p-rnttwnrm to rrtirm In Napl-a Kinaram. Jon* 1. 1M0 Na|.l-a to tho *1h 'ill alalo ti . I n "lit. til ha I takon plaro lh-r- ."rtoaiU of "Em.utu al." t.arit.aiitt ' ?i,.| uielly" warr rti"-'! Ohm, June 2.1 MO Th* rrpi.rt ..J p. i ...> doath t* ttnf'mndtil. aa Uto >'ttrnal o( tlx . ,.i, urii:. m,, hiina.-lt up t" th- 'JOlb ?* Hay. haa juat hrra i-iiWx L ruiiitti Jnno 7 1M0 Tltr ltd*. frian 0*mat, hn dlaamharkod arma at Mar ?ala. I ntANtt. I PtiuM. Jnno 5.1M? Tt.. tMit/'wr i.f th . m..?. r r - that th-h-.i!ll> . ' Is ?>? Jrr.aa# at-atn >!,. a . ? . kt,i inipr.n-m-nl Th- p.tMrt/o/taww / |ail. .-Itra an artt-to, *i#ti.-.| hr V ?. .i,.u II-.i |arai.' *?*?.; 11 ...... i, t \| >. ,)i t it r? I., rja lb |. . I . . tliat th- Vr-nrli I irtfhkuri to all IV aw It* r Ihtn-n I'aata, ,|..n* J?3 40 P H Th- frtadr iqaatod at aa admit** on y-at-rday a pric**. I o hh li a a* maMUrtt" I R< nt?* rtna-djat ?Tt tbr , or 'J#r hitth-r than jroat-r tar Paaia I 3 1?I0 P.!.' tf.tran nf th -t- > rr .-.i "ii. ? ? Hint th- h. i I of friar* Jerome ban uudegjoc no particular change. His Imperial HigluieM is very weak Thr JapaaeM Bmbawjr la an Bafllik Pol Ml of View. [From the Umdou Telegraph, Mar 81] The Japanese Ambassador- have at length arrived at New York, and l>> tin. time are ensoouced in their quar ters at Washington. It might npp'ar, u|k>d a superllrial Viet* of the matter, that their frieudly visit to America contrast* with their outrage.- u|?ui our sailors along their own coast- in a manner unfavorable to ftiglaud, hut it innM be iMirne In mind that the diplomatists of the l nited Mates are not above a little sleight -oi hand when endeavoring to gam a point at a senv. barbarous Chart. They have somen luit resembled, )n their deal lugs with Japan, the Wench in Persia and the Dutch in the Kastern World generally, with the exception that their Intrigues are more liurmies- and tlieir iealousies l?*s embittered. However, we are far front envying our cousins across the Atlantic the privilege conferred upon them of receiving in their own ja?rts the tlrst Km bass y from that impalpable personage, the Japanese Tycoon. In due course no doubt we shall liavr 1/union bew ildcrcd by the -iK-ctai'le of a picturesque train, tawny anil narrow eyed, in all the glory of embroidered tunics, big breeches aud |>a|>er pocket handkerchiefs. They w ill nunc as the Siame.-o came before them, and there will be much teatable talk about Hakodadi and the clean swept sin-eta of Jetldo. There w ill be curious groups to witaeag the entrunee and exit of the rice-fed ambassadors wherever they may take up their residence; but J from one cau-eor another tlieae Oriental missions have never hitherto led to many important results. It may be that our countrymen, though they can conquer and I govi-rn African* and Asiatic- ncre effectually than any other nation of the West, do not possess the qualities which would enable them to establish commercial relations with independent races u|*>n a free and amicable footing. Either they arc too impatient, or refuse to lick the feet of small savage potentates, or pay too little re Kpect to native prejudices, or have a habit of sporting w ithin forbidden enclosures, or peeriDg through lattice windows, or insisting that men shall be hanged for murdering Englishmen, or else they may be altogether too rough, blunt, and ready. The Russians hare gone fur ahead of the? in the interior of China and in the populous tracts of Central Asia. There was a Muscovite diplomatist ut Fekin when Mr. Ttruce was retreating from the ambuscude of the Petho: it is dilllrult oven now to keep a British ting flying on the great Burmese rivers: we are rcs|*>cted m Persia on account of little more than our squadron In the Gulf; nnd our officials are at loggerheads w ith the authority* of Japan precisely at the time whan certain high and mighty Ja|Mnese ambassadors are saluting the effigy of a modern patriot on Mount Vernou We have already said that we do not anticipate from this miss ion any > cry startling result--. We do uot tfiiuk Hint people all over Ainerlea will suddenly begin to wear silk trousers, ride lu lacquered coaches, or bathe in the open streets. Nor can we believe that henceforth and forever young Engenders w ill hob nob in the interior of the quaint island realm w ith the spiritual and temporal Emperors of whom rej*>rt has said so much and travellers have seen so little. It is improbable that there will be immediately immense importations of eopjier to line the tawdry watches that are eiwrted in Baltimore, nor is it probable that a line of clippers will at once be established between New Orleans and Nagasaki. The graud thing will be practically to break down the wall of partitiuu between the West and those fi-u-t familiar regions of the East now offering a timid hand to the inhabitants of the New World. It Is a characteristic circumstance that the Ambaraadors were carried from Panama to Hampton ltoads In the Roanoake. a United States ship-of w ar. There w as not a vessel in all llieir empire rn]>able of crossing the seas. We have had a Chinese junk iu the Thames; hut a Japanese juuk must, for some time to come, be au impossible novelty. This indeed illustrate* more forcibly, perhaps, the marvellous change which has come over the policy of the court of Joddo. Hitherto it hue been one great object of Hi" law to prevent the tieople of Japan from leaving their own coasts; flotillas of guard boats have patrolled round the island day and night to prevent emigration or voyaging iu any shape; natives who. In spite of these precautions, roved for a a wlnlc nbroad. were liable on their return to suffer the punishment of death; and, ns an udditioual guarantee against the establishment of Intercourse w ith foreign countries, it was ordained by repeated imp rial decrees that the junks of the island should be so built that, In the event of a dangerous storm ut sea, they should go to piece* nnd founder. Every reader knows how jealously the avenues of the empire have been guardt-d. how the Hutch have kM iM up in tln-ir MlMfable little settlement of llecima ; how all truffle between strange vessels and the maritime villages has been prohibited: and how French, American nnd British ships Hrriviliir in lt><? .Iftrutrwftr unhrc Ii.tvp horn iilnrod hbiIpp a rigorous and alnuei insulting surveillance. Well, utiles* thing* take another turn. Ibis system ??f exclusion has come to end; and we run only hope that. If Japanese envoy a arrive at our court, our minister* will be better liiformed than to allow a mere adventurer to jiultn him pelf oft a* a great officer of Mate, as they did in 1851. when, at the o|>cning <>f the Hyde Park exhibition, a but tonlcsa ragamuffin in bine was allowed to take up a |??ltion in elope |foxtmlty with that of the Queen. We may now rx|?Tt to learn something authentic about Jft|ou ua it IP Probably the various works written previouh to the period wlieti the Tycoons had eloped their inter course with Europe, owing to the offensive and reckless conduct of the SpntnardP. w ill never be surpassed in point of fulness or aceuraey of information; hut since th<' Elgin mission the public ha\ e txvii treated with a variety of original sketches pur)s>rttng to Illustrate the civilization of the I*landers, winch must have been either theclfu kma of bew ildered midshipmen, or direct attempts to trade u|s>n impular credulity. The picture of the interior thus presented was, in rolur and perspective, thoroughly Voltairian. It suggested a contrast, very liurulliatiog lo ourselves, between the vlec and dirt, the vulgarity and stpialor of Europe, and the immaculate cleanliness, the more than Koman mothers, tie* aii?o|iliia?i??e?l giro-, its* soleniHil streets the is el leal enstonis. noil the aeuerat elegance, lobrMir, RmrMjr, good breeding and virtue of Japan. We might have imagined that there was nothing else so primitive?iunl, at the same time, 1 so perfect?on the globe, except, tt may lie, the fcnijx'ror of China's tea-garden*. Hot although this trashy Idealism must t?c dissipated. wo have no "doubt but that the people of the West, coming into collision with the inhabitant* of the Japanese group. an long Isolated from the net of the workl, wilTdlsrover la laetn a aupertorlty to which they have lieen uiiareuatotned In their dealing* w ith half cirlherd ttrieutnl nations. It i* statr.l fcy our cnrrc?i*>udint at New York that aotne nature, having obtained on American rifle of an Improved pattern, immediately manufactured rate ii|?on similar principles, but decidedly more simtde and effective. In all likelihood they will develop* the same amount of capacity in other department* of in dustrul enterprise; and. therefore, we are by no meau.-s Indisposed to believe that many mutual bcuetlts will ac erue to the East and West from the new cotn|isct of amity established at the Ouirt of Ja|an The great thing Is to prevent disappointment by avoiding exaggeration, and not. in order to create surprise, to indulge in florid ee*taste* about a nation which, notwithstanding the progress It luui made, its superiority b> China. or its generally libe ral and tatclligrat character, la M> tnorv to be coni|>ared w llh a third rate people in Europe than the England of the bluarU w itli the Euglaud of Victoria. The Present at ton of Amtrlram to (tares* Victoria. [From the I/anion Teh-graph. June 4 ] Who are tire people who should with propriety be pre *entid at the Court of her Mi> ?t>' Queen Victoria? The quest km. for all Its apparent simplicity. Is In reality as ditlt) ult to answer a* the oft repeated interrogation, ' What'ls a gentleman*" An Irish authority, It Is true, otu-c gravely stated that, for duelling por|*<ses, he considered e>rr> man a gentleman who wore a clean shirt onrc a week. and a Lite learn**! Judge defined a gentle man ns person who had no Mkwlblt mean* of earn log an hotual livelihood " 8**-|ety, however, r* puree a sotiH'Whal m*>re definite rirmrlrmrrtl, not only a* t*> tboao who are entitled in l>e called gentlemen. out tnoae who may put in a tangible claim to bo allowed U? make their how at llit |rw> ud drawing room* over which their sovereign |g**k)es. In ft minion w ill. hundred* of other Knsli-h in Muttons, presentation* at Court hm hither to ton germed by a mysterious and ?ii? rltten law. l*abico etiquette la got-etbttig like pnriaumrs, or the llfeUM- of the bar or the privilege* of the Jeer*. N. body knows what it f* or what it Isn't. how far It- |?'Wer? an<t attribute* extent), or where It* limiU are <* mally fixed There are certain ohl faun lie* whose dew ? udant* claim the queerer*, of privilege* in their deal lugs with royalty Tlie representative* of one ancient race assert tlx liberty of entering the royal presence with tfa ir hut* ?n Amoker pntn. i in family have * right to the first di-h fh m tlie Qu.t u * table. another to the (job let (bM which the tnotutrch drinke at a ftate iNtnquet, at at we ha* e lieard. allle-orh We do tad place entire errih nee In the legend, that the pr.went holder of an old ha n*?i. t< y, who had fallen, somehow, under the cold ahade of th<- iwlaeeoeracy. oner threatened to put In ae?K?n the twlvil* ge ootif rred on lit* :uire?tor hy Henry V. I< r hi* hratiry during a war with Kr.uice-ltlwt of coming to Court w it! it any pantaloons on, the founder of the family having. through ha*t?, done valiant service to tlie crown without those m i i -mry garment* at the battle of Agincourt There i- a pojmlar red ton ?)*n among the subalterns of the arn.y ?nd navy, that every offlrer in her Mak-dy's rerv a e iia* a right to go to t>Kirt, hut it wcniM l>e produetive, we are afraid, of no (light Inconvenience If every eti?.gti in a murrhing r.Tilronl. and ev? ry lieutenant hi a ln.il. *f war. who wooM get leave from hi* eor|ia or hi* el p. were to i re-ent him?o?f every love day at Ht Jane ?' Fkhrr We qu. ?t on if even the 11 I'd Croat Chvtn l? riein could draw out an exact schedule deitnlng who had, and who had not. the inestimable right i< being |we Hiilol at Court In theory we believe tn.it tradesp qde ar* not era 'tdered eligible foe tlie ei'remonion* h pitall lie* of I Ik* ITi -erce < tiam tier , yet your <:hee?"?o of your w In k ?ale gocer, may make ht* app. tranee at Court arrayed ih all tlie visionary d.gnity of n iU iraty lieutenant, or may ev. n. going up with a intra kI pal ddr?*e?. revive tlie wek' ?B< aerofoil#, and Mori to Hnd,.e row or l.ittle ttruain a? Sir Thomas or ,?ir . ohn In prat Ink* it Would mm Dial |**<?p5e who have l*er*n locky enough at *om<* i?*riod of their lives to be present, d have the right to present ti er )?*o| i *?adelwate ren*orsbip tieing eten l?cd over li.li-.rini i ate |ffe*iMatton* by consulting the p-rsonal w -In* <>f the sovereign prior to tlie ceremonial taking 11;..T a person who wishes to Present another has to forward a card lo tlo* l#?ril l bsuil-crlaln's <>flk*e, cat tn i : i t) -tyle and litk< of the My ,>r g. ntl.-ow whom he or she w I-Im * to present and. if any objection* are . ntertaUKd in high quarter* toward* the can.(Mate, a i.ctifleat .? to ilait em-, 11# or ought to be ni.ule to the pro |wi*i r Tlie Queen cati t say not at home.'' when all the w..rM kie ws thai site i* holding her Court in one of the nppcr row of st .tam< ? palace, but she cdn drop a sig uilKuut hint to one of her grand.-c* that she doe* not w w-h sueh Or ? ,rh a |<er*oa to call on her How it n>?y l>e with those meffahic p#r?onage* who. the Cimrl IVrcvlar tells us, hare the privilege of the #wfr##. we dont pretend to determine-, hut it is pre?nm able that considerable latitude tn Die way of prescnta lion* I* act. riled to the number. of the rori*<lipjework/mc A dl"tliigni?hed Ibrrigtiev who wishes to he presented at the kJiglwh Court niaa*saarily haa recourse to In* ainlma sador to prrthrm the needbil format lies no ht* behalf; and very great re*tmn*11>thty attaches to the diploma tis ag> nt w lai thus )?.-* * his word iff the n*spertabil|ty sod eligibility of the pers.ets he Inlroducos to the pre sencs There iiave tieen amlmssadors md<*ed. of wlom It might aln? t Ik* asked, put oMffnfM f/i*ns rwff,*>??? t"hn wes p. sl ower for the |*irtle* who wrere anofferabte* We i an brl Iter M.\s**ty * l* irelary of ftate Tor I r.ign t.? know *11 nbvut the anl< cedent* of the NEW YOKK HEKALD, foreign gantlrmea in gay uniforms, ?o.er*4 with w*Bdertul dMoratioM, who approach the apt of the throne That food nalured black. Ihwop IJumier, the diplomatist, Met from Hayti during the reign of ston- | Unique, might hare been, prior to hi* elevation to ambassadorial dignity, a Uveru waller at ^ttrt an-Prtore,.? 1 Kthiopian sercuadcr. There hare been European repub- | hca, aye. and European empire*, that have ucat the <><ta eat and moat questionable foreign gentry to reprcscul j Ihem at St. Jaines'; and these udveiiturer* have, in return, presented whole regiments of fellow countrymeu whose social statu* iuude the propriety of! luarchiug 1 through Coventry w ith them at least doobtfll. A little j tiervouaur*s, too. might now and then be pardonable con- I ccroitig the diplomatic envoys from the free and independent republic of the United States. We confess that we should not wish the American minister to be either 1 h Vew York loafer, a border rufltan from Kan*?, an ex iiish bogtrottcr. a Western barkeeper, or a militia j general who has condescended to cigbark his capital and energies in the nigger trade. We 1 should gravely deprecate such appointments; but . luekily aud much to their credit, the citizens Of the greit | republic have always manifested great tcndctieis for the ! aristocratic prejudice* of " Britishers." The,Wharemade it a i>olnt to send us as ministers plempoteidiary their I very best meu; and the foremost gentlemen, awl scholars, j and statesmen of the Union?such men, Indesb, as Rush. . lawrence and Buchanan?liave been accredited to the I Court or London, and have conferred lustrcfou their up : point meut and on the Court they houorcd Jy their pre- 1 seuce. In no respect, we beliere, does the present United States ! Minister, Mr. I>allas. unfavorably contrast wilt his diatiu- I guished predecessor*. We r?nried at the tt?e that there | must have been some mistake?even to tWvxtent of the < affair being an egregious hoax?In the start of a parrel of | Auieriran " fancy men"?backers and bettffs of the prize 1 ring?having recently undergone thesole mar eremouiul of presentation to her Majesty . When, howetv, the truth of the story became undeniable, we were confoi to assume that these American gentlemen of the "fancy" were, ajwrt from their predilection for pugilism, distinguished and well known citirens of the United States, aud that : the cultivated and high-minded Mr. Dallai bad incurred the grave responsibility of presenting thcu^ D##arc?oue, but quaqut?not because, Hut in despite co tBR'conoec lion with the prize ring. Thin, however, from the lone of the remarks m an article from the St.fr Tog* Hkrald whirh we on Thursday published, would atvm opt to have been the case. The American uewspaner deliberately classes tlx- individuals lately presented 10 the Queen of England utnong the ''pugilists and sUouldcohittcrs" with whom tlif niorc retlueii cla-^es in 11*.' (Foiled Plates would consider it m degradation to associate. We l?ad no special knowledge of the t>qs!tion held by these persons in tlieir own couuir: wre had l>ut the guarantee of their MiuisUt for their thorough rc.-qvctiibility ; and wo l/av'' now bul the word of the 'Nkw York Hkk< r>, which. [ it timet Ik* Confessed, disj virago.- the Morale d the recent presentations in no measured terms. The Ei: lish aristocracy are twIttvd w itli h desire ti> make mud not only of these American "fhncy men." but of all tin Imtlies aud blacklegs <if the Karuborougli light, and Qucu Victoria is reminded, not very gracefully, lhat her royi predoees stirs have always been determined supporter's if the prize ring. It is true tlmt Hronghlon wits a ser tnt of the "butcher'' Duke of Cutnlwrland. and that, tcksou offl eiattsl ?s one of the royal pagei at the e rou?U"U uf George IV., but it Is none the less liumiliat ig to find a foreign journalist In a posit ion to deride the tiquetteof the mo.* briliiuut and uio.<t blameless court id Euro)*' as I the rendezvous of the backers of prize tiglii. Many years ago the torv press were excecdingll virulent against lord Melbourne fur permitting Hhe presentation of pour Robert Owen at court and it was but the other day that some ultra sqianmi-hness was manifested in cancelling the presentatiounf a lady who had somehow contrived to bask iu the half of royalty. ami whose presence was stated iu a s|n-cial: Gait*tr to have taken place through "Inadvertence." IqI the sti ict etiquette but easy morality of a continontahcourt, the Scarlet I July herself might have been presetted if her husband had boon on the right side in )<olil and we arc afraid tlmt more than one Oomtease de Cyurassehee has made her curtsey under a diplomatic w uigwt her Majesty's draw ing rooms; hut we must admit our bewildernieiit at the error fallen into by Mr. Dallas in tht extraordinary guests he thought proper to introduce to the liighest pcrsnuagc in England?unless, indeed, tir remarks of the Nkw York Hi-lUlJt are to be taken as a mischievous squib, and these American "fancy men" arc, Vt< r all, Presidents or Governors of Mates In embryo, or toMible Ambassadors in Juturo to this country. Fashions iter June. [From Le FuIlet.J Summer toilet Is no Hinger a matter of prophecy The paletot is the mantle mo-1 generally iu vogue, m:se w ith large sleeves and a pelerine. 1/mg easaques are grarrally only worn by young girls. Shawls of Indian rausig, with a wide Mechlin lace, wrlU be greatly iu favor. Unbroidered muslin patr iot, or plaiu muslin, trimmed with a narrow pilose, are also made. Colored mantles, drnb and black, or in crossbars of white and brown, or violet and white, bordered with a bias of tatlctus, or with a narrow plaited rib:-on, are nutde w ith |<elrriue; ami sleeves arc very suitable for the Kcuside or country. hut not considered good tuge for Tin' lama or woollen lace, has Ixn brought te such ; perfection, and is so line ami soft, ami tbe pattern* so light, Unit it is almost like silk. Tbey make .-Ural* of tins for evening wear, flounce* for visiting disss, and Cardinal peleriue* for low dresses or man ties. Bummer Zouaves are made to wear with the qui ting dresses. ami are very pretty. For indoor* or walking divas grisaille* for black and wlnte mined), tudela*. worked with cilk flowers of a coutraetnig color, groaetlle, green violet, or blue tw suitable, or foulard*?a material much patronised Ju?t now . Children'* dree* is now considered an aflair nf no mtwh inpatwet Uwt a short notice of w hat w fSshMMbto far them mav jirovc useful to our readers. Hub the w am weather Wrege*. muslins, quilting* and nankin will all l>e in demand. The patterns. In very email checks, or very narrow *trt|*-e are in great favor, but plain abadM are'more dressy. The lushm are always made low Tattetas dresses are ornamented at the bottom with narrow junked flounce* For neglige, |stlelols in alpaca, with narrow white and tdark stripes, and a quilting of red or blu* arounl is worn. Little hoys, of three or four rears of age. wear a skirt of poplin, "or braided quilting, and a Zouave vest of the same materia), opening over a foil chemisette. When a little older, the blouse and trousers are atao made of poplin. Bonnets are worn still larger than they were last month. They are raised over the forehead, and much trimmed iusidc with ruches or flower* While crape bonnets, covered with black spotted net, and I rimmed with bows of Uce, mi god with grwcMIe, blue or violet velvet, arc much worn. Straw bramcta have generally a soft silk crown, and are trimmed with rwM of the snme.und frequently haw large bunches of flowers at the side. The dotlWe bonnet, inaile of pink crape, with a scarf of tulle illusion across, veiling a cluster of rosea at the aide, and falling over the pink string". The erown en tirely covered with small roses, and fulling* of tulle. Ruches nf tulle, and small pink rwes inside, complete I this charming bonnet, which is worthy of the name It bears. Also, a rlre straw bonnet, with a beret crown, emhroiI dcred with straw daisies, snd cords of black and straw j colored straw between each daisy. | A Belgirn straw bonnet lux I tlie curtain of w hile crape. I covered Willi black tulle, trimmed with black velvet and | straw button-. thir noder* will see by these descriptions that the Inl sides of the Uauict* are very murli trimmed?In many raar* far Ion mnrh to be either becoming or elegant; but I tins is a fashi.si we In-|?s- thai w ill not !?.- long in (avor | It i* difflcuit to sny. with regard to boim,-is, wtuit is worn and what m not. lor scarcely do we ice two bouneta n-setnbluig each other. Hats will be worn ignln in I lie country, but wc fear llial tbey will not gam favor In the city; "w< wish they would, as Ihry are eertitnly very becoming to nxml faces, and scarcely unbecoming to any. The Crop* In Fraarr. fFrom the tnuHton Star. June 4 ) Our I'm i-Hcricultursl i'. rr.-"i*.iulfiit writ. ? I have been making a lour licking at isir crop* on ground I think 1 now ?an give you some interesting tnftematlnu . ? w Ileal pi,||ll IIV< it very promising abearance in the valley of th<" lUmoe, and aliii?*t ?? g'>?t in Um< fertile |>) tiri wlmh extends be |?k? llie M< diterrmean sen ami tin' o < nn; along the tiaroune it is in full Id'- in ?n.I W illi tine w.irm w itlnT. w ii\ g vf * go. si rri'P The viille) of tin I/ilr- u,dinting Partite M.iyi inn , fc< i-not .. good W lout - tlnn in the liolo, and in -otiir |>1 ti.i- i yi Mow , mil, til lit .j? )x?r:uic? I fln<l on inquiry that inrh is tlir ra-e for th.ee wIt. .it- ?h m- 'us ;.,g w i- delayed too ton. i Generally the plant is not strong, ?nd it i? feared that llio enr w ;U i" -m.'ill r.oviig than.'at tin- b.-t. tail i-ipj?itng wry favorable w. other. prevalent opinion that thr crop will not be above an average iid?. It-Main and Normandy have a good appearance, but surli i not the , w ttli IV.tidy Clitn ..'io |?ri of the north. * In thowr nrorlmi? w here win at h -own late, after beet root, tin tieli|s an very hail there nr .- large pitd,.-- w!?-ro mil .ng h?- grown, and in ?"ine places tin- tanner' prefer to plott U tip. In a goi-i many in d< tli win at i< thin no ground tin "I >!k i" thin ?!-o an.I tin ar will c-rtaiuly he small The i ar w ill not n.oie out before ten or fifteen dav- Tin -to. k- of w I ' ,1 III the hands ot farmers Icing St i <11, ami tl emp m t looking well, they have not In-en ,li.it - i. and inarWelx I ave Iwett |??.riv -nin.ln'il Prie. ? bate gone up. ami win at was sold yesterday from 62' ant l* 410 Mo nor mil'. - are now tinting wheat at V.ntesi Pxomnr p,,i,.r. fkmrges. |h; .t,n. all coining by rao. but I remark already that ofltT" are ho Conor k Maria I'r in those quarters. and I have m> donht thai w ill . ? n e tb or s \ w k- w!n>at will lie w rib here S7? a Mt- Now . we have attahied a eritieal t n Ttie so' th of I ram-e. win fe the ert?p has a g-xxi appearI afire, wV.ofu produces more than ita own cousmuptlon, and ?npplies are md to W e*p?a te?| from tlnoc quarter*: we must, ronseqneidly, b*?k In thr.- of the centre and north of Krance. whore appearance Is middling or bad. u1' r;?u w'thp r ft? iri . , , , , . ^,i |jj hare an important rtee. nod we might he bnven in the Italia- and in America befitre two month* I ]?Tte,| n, ,t 0*|?>rl MuM l?e rlml up by the rfti-i I f the hiding ? ?k>, but an avrrar * ?* Uk< n <? ire. Mil Uto I natural weight* of our wh?ol ar> ill -iiw year, there Imntiriti <* few centime* m?- at I export* from JYanee are tllnwed during Jrnio. i m ?pi in Hril innv anij along the Rhine H?'"r ha* been going up, ami ik m>w worth from 37* At a 3t?* perSWIb* on ilu> apol, bag* not included, for tatef lieliTery. J? a 'J- ft I higher Narkelt. igiabon Momtx Waiurilay Evening, June 2 ? Tlie Fnglieb faMb hare remained w ilhnut the ?llghte?t variation fr< m the riming price* of ycaterdny, tin nnlv quotation* of ron*o|n throughout the <tay brio* IM% a M for money, anil P6'? a W?>t. or M L a P3', ex dividend, i for tlie 1 bib of Jnljr. The general transaction* were *hoIlT nnimporunt, ami there w*? no 0<*h foreign ; newa. lAtiik ilnik left <>tr at 29. reduced .mil near three ; i?-r rent* PO^ a PCI','; Ihdla atork, 223',. India ft\ e per rente. 10d?f. rupee |*|?er, and IW\; India hood*. V a.V iliwiHint andetrhe.) ter blila, T? a |(b premium I In the dwcoiint martlet there liar boon rather more than the ixual Saturday d< mand (hi the Much Exchange the rate l*?t< a ? per cent foreign ati* ha have been generally neglected. Hi* nnlr ' ojwatmu* being in P< ruvinn foir and a half Per rent I I riharren botdr, at Turk tali Fit p-r cctita, IV>4 f<?r I MONDAY, JUNE 18, I860. the account, T4)$; do IBM, fur the account, ITX; ani <bTbr"?>?Mh ^uSSftf^n?l' with dulneea, but subsequently advanced to flBf 76c., showing a further improvement of oeMljr a qaarter per cent. June 2 ?The l. swwd export oT white gf Od < to the United State* for the present year has been pe tty well made up by the increasing transaction# with o her foreign countries. Brasil is lakiug larger supplies of linens, and a better state of demaud exists for the W st India market. Iu the Hanee Tow us, the exports cvQ*'d, by a large figure, thine of last year. Nottingham, June 2 There"is very little altera! ofl to note in the lace trade generally; most branches Co tttue quiet, and the few American buyers who have visit d -he market have not purchased largely. The demand for the home mnrket is rather limited.' I'iuiu goods continue more saleable than any other class. The fane) trade remains very dull. Wm.vr miami-ton, June 2.?The improvement previously spoken of as mamfestiug itself in the iron trade continue-,, and orders come in which keep these manufacturers fairly employed w ho produce a good quality of Iron. The foreign demand for the States, the Fast Indies, and the Continent is still quiet. A little more is doing in the sale of pig iron. Birmingham Harpwark Markkt, J cm 2.?In the iron trade of this district the slight improvement which took place a w eek ago 1ms lxs-u maintained. and even, if as much animation prevafm u at present, the price of finished iron is not likely to go lower. Hie foreign orders are still scanty in every departmeut: w itb the l*uited States especially there hi very little buaiuetiK doing. One or two failures are announced consequent on the bankruptcy of Edwards, who absconded a fortnight ago The amounts of these fresh insolvencies are not statist. One of the parties is Mr. John Hughes, in the iron wire trade; he has filed his petition for private arrangement, and is understood to have badness connections at btu-ttteld. IormrooL Corn Markrt, Jess 2 ?A fair business is pawing in wucui u> uai, uui uni\ iu consume , si nu <*.castonal confession of Id. percental, ex ship. Oats are slack In demand with a full supply, and fair offers trould be entertained. Iud.au corn and beausare both neglected and eaaler in price. IjvxarooL Conxix M a rtrJtr, .Trim 2.?There is no change in our market, which is quiet, with a moderate businMa The sales are 7,000 hales, including 6,TOO American, at 4Jfl. a 8*?d.; 1.000 Surat, 2J?d. n 4**d . 100 Egyptian, at 8Sd. a lOVd.; 100 liahsi, at 7<?d ; 40 MaranUam, at Tlfd. a 9?4d. of which 2,000 are lor speculation and export Today's import is 3,090 bates. , THE HEWS BY THE BOHEMIAN. f'AR-ru* Poiyr, June IT, 1060 The steamship Bohemian, from Liverpool at noou of the Oth, via Ijoudouderry 7lh, passed this point at 6:10 P. M. to-day. The steamship City oT Washington left I.'verpool at noon of the Oth for New York, and the Illinois would leave Southampton the same day for New York. The steamship >'ult?u, from New York, arrived at Southampton on the 7th. The steamship Teutonia, while being towed from Queenstown to Southampton, got aground on the Bramble'-, near Owes, hut floated off after two hours detention. THE INSURRECTION IN SICILY. At the date of the last despatches, the struggle at Palermo and the bombardment of the city continued. On the 29th, Garibaldi, having captured part of the artillery, stormed the citadel, and subsequently, on a proposition of General lanza, commauder of the Neapolitan forces, an armistice was coucludcd between the royal troops and Garibaldi. The Neapolitan troops were concentrated in the royal palace and castle, which are situated at the two extremi ties of Palermo. Garibaldi demanded that they ?hould evacuate thro? positions. Other despatches assert that the capitulation was signed on board the British war steamer Hannibal, between Lanza Garibaldi and the Revolutionary Committee, in it was stipulated that the Neapolitan army. 25.000 strong, should quit Palermo with all the honors of war, and embark W'ithlheiri material ou board the Neapolitan squa dron. Subsequent despatches indicate that this statement wa? only partially correct. Advices from Naples of the 3d,rqce ved via Genoa, state that the King refused the condition;, of capitulation, and that hostilities would commence at noon. A despatch from Turin announces the renewal of the bombardment. Palermo w v> barricaded and (art of the Royal troops were surrounded by insurgents. A Neapolitan General is said to have gone over to the insurgents. A later telegraph dated Palermo, evening of the 3d. announces that the bombardment had not been renewed. Hie armistice cou turned. (Garibaldi wa<- still master of the town, but the forts were occupied by the Neapolitan.?. The capit ilatiou had not been carried ou, but negotiations continued. letters from Oi? Freocu squadron say the cmiatiee waa to tart wntll Tuesday the bth. Garibaldi waa forced to grant the armistice for want of ammunitlou. Messina was quite dewtted The enthusiasm in favrr of Garibaldi was spreading, and the Neapolitan troop* were becoming more and more afcctcd by It. Tlie clergy in Sicily were publicly preaching a crusade against the Neapolitan gmarument. It was stated that Scncr Girafa. in a circular note, bad demanded a guarantee fi r the territory of the Sicilies, and had railed for the intervrutmo of the maritime ixwcn*. rivumuui. ik ?- nam,iuMi prnjf>ir?pa AgSIDSl an) Intervention, and It is represented thai an application to the Unperor of the Ireucb wwlwd an immediate negative. Vany officer* In the fhrdinian army had obtained dlv i liargi-s, for tl* purpam of joining (.aribaldi, A din-jiatcb. dated Niples 3<1, says 4.000 insurgents, hating several pieces of cannon, attacked Catania ou the 1st. They were bravely repulsed by Oetieral Ctay with the Fifth chasseurs, oth regiment of lancers and some ar tillery. After a combat of eisbl hours the Insurgents were diepureed, losing three guns and two nag-. The city has stnee been declared to ? slate of siege The Neapolitan mloi-ter at Rome bad been summoned to Naples, and It wa? reported that he would be entrusted with the formattou of shew ministry. Mr. McKixaox moi d that the bill be postponed till after the result of the appn-aehmg census Is ascertained After some delude the mailer was postponed till Ibe 7th. On the Mb Isvrd Palrocrdon stateil in reply to M w>M j that lite Admiralty intended to forward sbios for snrvey. ' nig the Not them ae??, In connection with the protect for . 1?\ ing down a telegr.npli cable between England and Aine- 1 rica it} way 01 teeiana. A eotr.|>any t* taid lo be in course of formation to run > linn of steamer* between England and India Tin the Cape The vessel* to lie of s;v thousand too* register and power enough to perforin lb -er\ toe iwide of Hirty five days. IiOTd MratfbN Is dead Recruiting for tbe lojie's nrmy wa* in sciut progr< -i in Ireland, and was agisted by tin* publication of an ac count of the gracious reception which hal bccu accorded to prev ions recruit* ai Rome Saver* ami Ileenan had commenced a sparring tour in tlie I*ri? ince*. and attracled a good attendant* at hi(h prices- _____ GREAT BRITAIN. In I be House of Oommoa*. ob the 4 th. Mr Oladatooe tated that anottier Tide of ?f>00.000 on aecmint of tlie (Tiina war would tie takou ta addition to tbe ?M 000 at ready granted and thai the Secretary of tt'ar would shortly give ftilt details of tb< requirements. After noma sbt-uslre proceeding* on the part of tbe op. I melt ion, tbe Reform bill was debated in committee I/ird Joha Russell, m the course of bl* remark*. M d there was no truth in tbe rumor that the govern mcnt intended to postpone tlie measure until lite next session. He tboi .Ut It of great Importance that the Reform till) for England should be at oore pro, ceded with, but said It would I e impossible to proceed with the Irish and Scotch w.easur a at this sesatoa. Mr Ptsraell derenKd the curat of the rnnsorv*il?r-e He tlio^sht If the (town mont proeeedrd with the bill now It would be without the nligblcwt necewlty, and id opposition U? tU own cnnx ictkmn. J FlUNPE. | Prtaer Jri ?? Bnwapwrh i* ?lm<wt Impelewij III. Trade who wry dull m y>anre Hreadatiilf* H..rr llrmer In Purl*. Flour h*rl ml vanned 1*3', franc- pre -*rk. and wheat 1 Ml i cntli ? per -nek. The ProviMclal market- were dearer. The ftxirw h*1' been anlntod, an.l pir rent higher, hut on tlx* Mh ?m very Urn and the ri-iiu- Ml i . r>pi "dr. ______ HP UN. A m*ntflr?t# *i?i?ed J"*n <4 Hf-irlxm addrev-od to tbo ftwutah t>wt<*. ? pubhnbri laying rlalm loth,, ihron, <d Spain. In conrequenee of tlw aMicallnu of hw brother Iwrle* on lb# 33d <* April lael. ?< dmrlaim- the Idea <4 ttalnlnit the ernwa by <hrn The mooriah treaty w a* p blt-hed Th flretpatnvnt on aerounl r4 Ihr indemml) n lo he made by Moraoo m> the Ut of .Inly RUhSIA. The Gkutfie rfu Main- that thf principal mctwurw, I proponed far tiio e <1 tuciput mu of mrU in Ru. Ma had tvn adopted 11_> a majority of tin- deputies of nobles, nut the genera! emancipation would be reaiined i?"*t rutumu. ? w TURKEY. It is stated that the French ami Ku :>:i am'ras sudors at CnuMtnnt'iiojiic otflcially informed the Port* that the r go Ternmeuts approve Its resolution to institute an inquiry tut? the sduat on of the Christiana in Turkey of it* own free will D.sturUancefa are reported at Beyrout. The Christiana and the Draws hart assumed hostile attitudes. 1N1?IA AND CHINA. Ilaleafrom Bombay to May 4th, Calcutta 4th, ami Kong Kong liad beeu meW ed The seaaon throughout India wa* very liri". Hie cholera was raging. TheCalcutta market was very dull. Cotton goal-, were tower. Money w ae i ery easy The Uoiutia) tuukcrts were nboat the same. Transport* with English and French troops, were reaching China rapidly. It wan reported from Shaughae that the ultimatum had been again sent to the Cbluege tumecomiwnied by tbe demand for indemnity. It was anticipated that this would simply embolden tlie Chinese. It was understood that, in any event, no blockade would lie enforced south of the gulf of Pecheele The rebels near Canton were causing great injury to trade. The tin markets were generally unchanged. The season was expected to be good, both in quantity and quality. The prior of silk was falling. Exchange at Hong Kong 4s 9V-1-, aud at Shaqghae 6>. 8<1 In Japan a serious conflict had taken place bolw.-en the followers of an insurgent chief and those of the Rugrut. Foreigners were much alarmed. The Insurgent leader was bitterly opened to cooce*. >'ous under the treaty FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. LONDON MOSKT MAKKKT. The l/tndon money market was unchanged. Consols closed on Tuesday at 94a 95 for money, and 95 for account LONDON MARKETS. Wheat advanced Is. a 2*. Flour advanced slightly lhr all qualities. Sugar steady. Coffee Arm. Toa very ttrm; common Congou 1*. 9 Xd- Rico firm. Tallow Arm at 52s. 3d. Linseed ot! 28s Cd. Pig iron dull at 50>. American bkcrkmm. Sales were made of Illinois Central share" at 43 a 42 discount , do. txmds of 1875 at 82??: Erie shares at 19 ^; New Vork Central shares at 72 a 74: and do. 6's at 83>iLIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET. The sales of the three days, including Tuesday, were 17,000 bales of w hich 4,000 were taken by speculators and exporters. The market closed with a declining tendency: quotations were barely maintained. The inferior qualities were very irregular. Middling Orleans had decliued to OX* a?91?d LIVERPOOL BREADSTVFFS MARKET. Wakefield Nash A Co. report the weather very wet,and unfavorable for the crops. Flour quiet, and holders asking an advance. Wheat firm, with a better demand, aud Id. a 2d. higher, red 10s. 3d. a 10s. 10d.; white lis. a 12c 4(1. Corn very dull; yellow 33* . 3d a 34* ; white 36 -. a Mr 6.1 LIVERPOOL PROVISION MARKET. Becfgras heav j , aud quotations nominal. Pork firm, but j .rices nominal. Bacon steady. Lard firm at 6Th. a 60s. for fine. Tallow dull, but rates uucbauged at 53s. 3d. LIVERPOOL PHODIC'K MARKET. Roem steady ; common 4s. 6d. Spirits of turpentine steady, at 34*. 6d. a 34s. Sugar dull. Coffee quiet. Rice steady. Pot atJn - dull, at 28- 6d.; pearls dull at 31s. 3d STATE OF TRADE. The Manchester Advice* are favorable. The market was quiet, but steady , holders refusing to make any concession. THE LATEST MARKETS. Liverpool, June 7,1330. Cotton?Rules yesterday and to-day 16,000 bale*, including 4.000 to speculators and exporters. The market closed dull. Breadstuff.-?Flour firm, wheat tending upward, corn dull. Provision* dull, but steady. LONDON MONKV LAM*?T. Tii, ? ? . w mte in tbt o(?n market, at a trifle bek>w the bank minimum. TTje funds had beeu rather firmer, aud Consols slightly advanced. On Uie 5th, however, tin- market was dull and the rates declined ?4 |>er rent. loanoa, June 7?P. M. voosinn w;> s, Potltr laltlllgcacc. Ovnuunuir. rat Picaeocmtn.?During the progress of the procession on Saturday the police made quite a haul of pickpocket*. No tea* than fifty otoe of the light-fingered gentry were escorted to the lock-up at police bead quartern and there detained until the clone of the ftle Jamea P. Cover, a colored waiter, waa arretted by detective* Mr Do 11 gal and Bennett, In Broadway, opposite the Metropolitan Hotel, in the act of stealing a gold watch, i ruined at $60. from Erastu* W. Clark, of No. 260 Court ' street, Brooklyn. The prisoner managed to make hi* escape from the detective*' office by jumping out of a IiiiIi w . but was pursued In officer ls-usc and rearrested, after an exciting ctuv-c. later in the day a young fellow, J n in.- 11iv name a? Charles McDonald, was detected in the act of picking the pocket of Mr. John 8. Trumbull, of No. 314 Bowery. The prisoner had succeeded in securing Mr. T > gold watch and chain, and was about starting off with the aa' ic when be was caught and hand'-d over to the cw*l'?ly of owe of the |?>liio An miirsially large iiomber of |?-irons suffered at tlie hands of the thieving frateniity. so greet was tlie crowd ami ample the oppor tiuiity for the rogues to operate. Over fifty watches and porkci Ix-ok* changed owners during tlie day. and It would not be oversls-ot nig tb<- mark to set down tlie losa ut alx in g'J.MJO All tlie prisoners agalust w bom no direct charge could l>e preferred w ere dierliarged, but those who were detected In Hie act wen- committed to the Ti-ml>s for trial. Rathi.s Pi snows John Henry was found on board tin- scl*?-tier A. J. Derosaetl. at pier No JS East river, oa Saturday night, under circumstances which ieail the poll - to t-ellevc that the object of Ike midnight intruder J * i? nothing lees than roblierv. Tlie prisoner, it appeara. I 1 rokc into the cabin through the window, nnd was in the * ;et of ilis|?-rting the contents of th?- captain's state r.-m, wh Tine lUrton. the mate, awoke, and sotted t\- 1-ili w li) the collar. Justice Welsh c -moulted H-'iiry ? t-?r trial. 1 Avmnta rmn Fw.itr Puntnw ? At .in early b<>ur yeah rdny morning a number of mwdlea a?aembled at the f<?4 ofKlfly-IIrM atrrct. Ra?t rivrr. to witar?? a Aght br ' twii ii tun ?..|| known brinaor* named Pat MefArtv and ? ' ? Itn-iie The Nineteenth and Taenty first preetnrl J l?i! r got wind of tl llhlr, however, and luat aa the ring in Ih-vii Hakmil I|h> Metropolitan* r.imf up and ar 4 r d tlx pt -ii and altout a dozen of thr aprrtatorit. ^ MrCnrt\ and ten of the prlaoner* were niliaetjuenily too- j x rj lit before Jnrtlre Quaekonbnah. at tho Joflirrron Mar ( k* i poln <*onr1. wlierc they were committed for rrim tnaiim Brrnir and his party were dapoml of by Jaa- J tn IVi wtn-ll in a unbar manner. , A Pi wit xft Pmrntwn?TW dwelling bonae of Jame* J H. -k" ? No SI Fm-ryth rtreet. war entered by a burglar . on Saturday ntirht. In the ab?eoee of tho nccniwnte. and ' rnldwd of a iino trifling arttclee of a oaring apparel TV f burglar wa? detected In the art of leaving the premie"" t by a rltwn. but being fle. l of fool, hr managed to uiaka ' l? 1 - r. lb |<i',n'o i MM up . II 1 n* at PnMntav ?A Wat. Bennett, of No. 1M Ewt i Twrnt) Mxth atreet, wai puling the corner of Twenty- J Mxth street and Smad avenue at a lale hour on Saturday night lie waa attacked by a daring footpad and robbed of a tme dollar hilt?all the money he had about him Pur iNf the MriiFgte whi< b look place between Mr Burnett and Itn- rotilier the Eighteenth preeinrt police rarae up Tlie highwayman war promptly arri A ted and taken to tho 'tatten hiiuae. win h- he ? hacked up fbr ex.iminaluai. ' Captik* or a Hi nut a* ?A man Riving hia name aa Jack n o Striker, ww ratight on the premise* No. M Mi>n- J tl" t ..I 11 .|j|a II rl I I ' ! f the '- <-iijw*nt J. J named Mward Castro. and handed erver to the enstody of l polHvnwn Woean. of the Fourth pr^Mnnt .larkeon effbet I "I an entrance to the dwelling by forcing off one of the < basement wm.low shutters. Tlio ywi*-o.er wu brought : befbrr .lustre Welsh the following morning and committed for trial. Cunnuusa IN Omtw Srnwr ?Two *01 lore, nutted James Col line and diaries Oilman, got into an altercation J on Naturrfay morning at a drinking saloon in Oliver street, ( when Collin.- knocked Ins adrereary down aod bit off the 1 gTeater |ort of his lower lip. The injured man was horrl- J hly disfigured, and when hi- appeared in court to make a . romplnint against hi* assailant. he could hardly arlicu ; late, so extensive waa the mutilation. Cblhns wnsjocked up hjr order uf Justice Welsh. JeraeyCltjrllewi. j Tttw Hi rmsm Mtwrw* ?Men were engaged throughout j the day fkittirday. nndrr the direetkm of Coroner Oafbey, j In dredging the sllfl in the vlelnlty of the Catersrwi doek, f.mt of Wayne strert. .teraey Otty. where the body of William H I Sinn ia supposed io have haw thrown, if mur dered .but nothing as yet has transpirst to threw any | light on the wlierenlnuits iff lite ml?am? man. A laras stone as *>tu d on the dork on ffctnrday. apparently s|?Wted with blood, which ? being analysed by br quider. Operatic *"4 Dramatic Matter*. fcesejrlliuig this week Will be, of course. more or U-?*. JajuMsc, and the tli >tm * .11 Jo their b<-M toseeure tl*? ^ viaitssf the illustrious Orientals The AcaUerm matin.-, on Wcdncrday *111 be. #f course, the groat mire u( altructiun lor atuusctucut seekers. The &utbs??y Mil! W st for the first liiuo ut a full ojxuatic pcrfortuauec, the ? affiir in Philadelphia being a sort of half-hell uu?ioi. The whole of 44 Jtoltuto" Mill bo given, with Uie siqierb Carteai and the trumpet toned Muxiac The- opera ailot'ds an excellent opportunity for alio a. uutl lire iiium ago! X intend to put it U[kju the irljgt' in the lUOot I: octal manner. Tlie Indies w iU a!) go t* this malinf, of course, as it will give tbctM a fhauce to hute a goist view if the Japaucte, without resorting U> Uw 'Hufuiut object lutiu ble expedients of their Washington sisters Man Ague* Cameron's entertainment, which took place at Hoi*- Cha|x'l ou Monday evening last, wo.- .*> far sucies-ful that it w ill be rep? sited shortly. At present ito ^ unavoidable puttiXHicuaeut U cause J by a sad hereare mint iu her family. The regular theatres now open will be filled with tbs influx of strangers in the metropolis. No strik ing novelties will be given this week. New burlesques are in prciKirallon at Niblo's bar den and Laura Koeoe's theatre.. Mr. Wallack closed a very successful season on .Saturday. and the housa bos been leased to Mr. W. J. Florence, who will commence a summer season wn the 25th of this mouth, with a fresh piece, which has been written ex pro-sly for Mr asd Mrs. Florence (one of the best comediennes on the stage), by Mr. John Brougham. At the Winter Garden, where ^ Mrs. Julia Dean Hayne is playing her farewell engagement, soveral uo\ cities are in preparation, and audi them Mr. C. W. Jumi.-tm''a clever play,' The 014 PlauU Hon." The ralace Garden has opooed for the season, and lha manager announce.-, a* among his attraction* th<- Kvnsant M Ballet Troupe and a-Miss Myra Rose lis, who make* Hot jfl tuou asronsVDS. H The old Bowery theatre opens for the summer season this evening, with a new company, under the management of Mr. H. Johnston. Full particulars ot the multifarious amusement* of the metropolis may be found upon reference to our advertising columns this morning. A ftjtvraouwutt' blouses CowasiY.?A bill has bees 1 Introduced In the Maryland Senate to incorporate the rtouthern Slaveholders' Insurance Company of Maryland. I It empowers the eompan> "to insure miy* person or persons, whether the same he residents of the State of Mary land or any other Slate, District or Territory of the United Stale*, against any lues sustained by his, her or their slaves rimuing away, absconding or escaping from his, her or their control. and such insurance shall be made at such rates and under such regulation* as may be determined ui>on by the board of directors or said company; and when a slave so tunured'shall run away, abscond or esc.Tjie from the control of his or her owner or owners, it shall be the duty of said owner or owners to notify the roui|?ny of sneli feet without delay, and said company shall be'entitled to return suid slave to the custody of his or her owner or owners within a reasonable tin* after such not titration, or tu default thereof shall pay to the owner or owucrs the value of said slave, as llxed by the jK.liry of insurance; unless, meanwhile, by disease or tnjurv , the value of such slave shall have been decreased, and in ca?e of such diseuse or Injury, the value of ouch slave shall be ascertained by arbitrament and appraisement. H8K?OWAL. ~ ANK BKNPHAW?BHOl'Llr THIS MKKT THK ICTK OF Ann Benshaw, or an; person know in* her present domi CU. who left tin*land with Mrs. John A. WTer, March 14. ISM, they ore requested to send ber address to Mr. John Veal, US Orand Junction terrace. Kdgeware mad. Paddlnftou,' koodoo, whore tbey will bear of something to her advantage. Annie t., Brooklyn ?mcoh disappoints? Saturday. Will be at Fulton ferry bonne, Brooklyn aide. thb> (Honda*) morning, from 9 to 10. Shall leave town 12 14. Can you go to N.. B...I Beat tbeferry, mn. FRANK Y. A FRIEND WISHES TO SEE JOHN It PETERS, ESQ., at Ihc St. NIcholak Hotel, rootu No. 2?. Edward m. mcndy is requested to call or L. Ueorge, 113 avenue A, to receive a package from hie brother. Alan. Maim Ullfoy, to receive tome new* of Jaim Hngha. F AW IE.?SANDS STREET, BROOKLYN.?I HAT* returned from WaahingUxi and hope toaee you on Tuaaday, at 3 P. M. _ GKOROE WILL BE IN TOWN ON TUESDAY AT 3 P. M. 8. W. U._ INFORMATION WANTED-OF PATRICK QCIOLET and hie t>rother John. He worked in New York about twe vrara age aa khip carpenter, la from parikh KUmaiai. county Mnln. Ireland. The Let place heard from was at Coaaackie, N. Y. Anr information reajwctlng them will be thaakfolly re eclved by their brother, Ja*. Quiglay. 1?8 Wckt Seventeenth at TOHN MOOR* THISTLE. LAT* OF NEWARK wne A, lf^m ^iJewu* to We* Tori, Ml ITtkor IHUi August. 1W, >04 wan with him ?bro ha embarked 00 board the (Yrensnian, or can otherwise tc any information regarding what hank In New York where got a draft ou tJraal Britain, a ill pleaae communicate with J. 8.. tW Kighth avenue. VfISS ANNIK U"?"T.-WA8 IT TOl? t RAW STAND jyi Ing in front of the Rrandreth House ou Saturday laat. la aee the prureuMrmf If #0, pleaae Inform me by a few linen directed to J. p. r . Herald t>mee. MISS KYA NATHAN WHO CAU.KD AT 110 THIRD arcane, a few week* aince, In requeued to rail again. rpHOMAR OILUKM.Y. WHO UVKD IN' I.irKRPOoT, X nearly oppuaite Theatre Royal, and came over to thin country nome twenty-lire or thirty yearn ago. Any infortna tlon reaperttne Uimaeif or family will be rewarded by calUng upon H. J- Howard. No. tf Urerne ntreet, New York. _ _ ifgyy: A*p wpbp. DOO LOBT?ON SATl'RDAT, FROM NO. IS KANT Thirteenth at, a black and tan terrier Slat, earn cropped. Lad eurta up: had uo a red and black leather collar; anawera In the name of "Fan." The finder will be rewarded ou returning her to the above number. . Huron copprh bat company-notice is hkrr by given that (he following nrrip having been loat or mis laid 1>t liar on tier, wan ttua day cancelled. and the puhiirnre rauthined againal purchasing the tame, an h h of no value to Ibf boider;? No. M), dated 8th July. 1S8J 10P shares, to name A. Rankin. . II M? " " * U " " " ill " " " M ? too " * g] ? " BIO " " " m #uu " * * " " Hi " ** r ? m " " ? -AS H " " 1 XI " " M? " " * gg .. ., 6UI " " ' b r io,"?" ? "i gg ? 100O " " ? J xa 1. N IV 1AM WO " With Mr. RsrUey. J JKJ ' WO X ; : .v Sg : l M * D. D. COLLI*. Secretary M..wtw??I Will Mht. 1SW r OPT-ON RATI-RDAY", JUNK 10, A BROWN RCHgKR J rMh cover ItUI Book, containing a quantity of arroowu ,imI a atnall oiemoratidum N?*. wlih the ownerr name and Jw,, .. Awv person bavin* Hie ?n.e .1 itl F.itt.,.. -e? ltn?4U)fi. up Ktnlr*. wfl) lx> liberally rewarded. l'a> mem 3 km aw?aU ban been aktpped. LOST?OS friday. jfnltu im a rilfrtii avkhtr rar, a entail parcel of Needlework. The Hurler wttl rm rive a reward by leaving It In the luattraoce attre, No 151 towary. ~~ RKH AKDR. rlRR* DOIA.ARS RKWAKIt-rfTUI.KM OR KTRAYKD, on Haturdav. June Id. fr-m Mo M Kaat Twenty tbira treat, a email hla-k and tan terrtet, anawera to th.- nama of ratinv vtlioever will return her to the above ad drew will ecelve th* reward ?/? -I/WT, OS HOARD TIIK STKAMMOAT FROM Tru.tr In N?-w y.Tk. Mondat iilitht, llih Inat . a Diary H-iiK.randt.m IN**. oulilabih.ir paper* of vain--to th-,-wner wlv ?5 *111 be paid for IU delivery to J Ah T HKKKIt'K K>M. SU Heckmaa atrect. feoik hkwakd- 1/ifftf'n ktfl roay.'.ll nk Id. a Pm'i lady'* sold Watch. guard vlwiu, kwa- t and pew-U abac bed. aupi-om-d to have br, n l<?it on the Hi-.inmfrtabroad <r at the cutrknee id the I la rem-art llnuae. aa the lady waa brown fnen a carrtae'' 'here. The natch waa hviMuta eaan, latent lavcr, full jewelled, and eneraved on both aide*. The orkrt wa* MBall. with a iteiitlcman a Itkeneaa In one aide The vettrtl wa* fnatencd with the watch to the chain. Any p-'i-noa Iodine the ahnre and htiiidna the *ame In 41 Heaver atreet, *1)11-eti iva the above renaid and the alocerr Utauka ut tba vwner. sor, RKWtRl' MARK HTtJl.KM FROM TIIK HARM fit) ..f IV- - ?-er, >'.:i?;vhrih, N .1 . of a bright ha^ "aar > <ca. i-iiii ''iii. in- uit.r inmn, ,imD_ IT IM BI th. !i 111 of lh.- oBMda html Iff. W Wlf.I.lAVft. W Bfndway. BXCtRRIonii EXCl RSlON -IRON BARAK IRKNK Till* FATOrita Karga ? now ready for earuratooa * round the lutrhor A|.plr to the captain on hoard, at B'atniorr a wharf, Adas i treat, Brooklyn. ar at W Wall airaaL Pirwn: Uctimion or thk Broadway univrr. aaltal SiaoUy arhonl (Ra*. Dr. fhapln'a), to Itlddla'a Jmra. HUtan UUnd, on Tnaadar. J una It. ISA) Tha - v,?t t R11T0N and barya I LkVKI.AND. t.-c-lhar wtih tha <a> amli Raylment National tluard Hand, baia ba?n eneaaad 'or tha nocaahet. Boat laara* D-airer atraat at 7k'. T? .oar nriss.'ssr*""'" * * ? ~~s ?* BPORTHO A,. Fancy morons.-ofntlkmkx wtsmxo to run rbaaa nana of tha boat Mark In lha aonntrv mar And at MO Itowrrv for aala tha lateral roim. u.m a . l iha ?ary baal of Jialr kind, (vtunMin* of all tha dlHarant rartt,a? known. UlJIOr YACHT BONTTV FOR A AI.IC - Bt'll.T BT 3 Wallory laat aprtn*, 44 t.ata, in*J tn at?'*d to any jrwrht 4 bar tonnaca. wall Anlahad and fttraiabad In arary raapart, in . ntnrled at Nt.NV; will ha aold rtjaao to rhwa a trnat. Ay uly at W Broadway JOHN T HOOKK, Tntataw MW FmiTATlORR. 1" WORTANT TO "POLITICIA?R AND OTHRRR -THR Mlua Bonk, haht# a Hat of all tha .<?<? and yar of tha Mranna In tha aarrlea of lha Catted Maim. Prlaa Skrat* AMo Uia Ptnraadlngaof tha I Vraoc ratio ' "> "W11tof' ??ln ion. Frh* 14 ranta Fahltahad by AMMRnTV HI NTKR. 44 BaMnart atraat. Haltlntora, and uadar WllUrl a H .in, WaafeHOTILI. r'fcARKNCR HOTK1* 40 l.tkWB AND NTRF?T. NBA ft Broadway.?ViaMrrv W> Nam fork or Maadt hnardara wha Oka lha rantraof Urn- r?y. mill <md y??at . .t,n,?,a ,t lommat prtrra. .l-ndytnrafoc yaoih w.n aot .? ; ft? canta. 71 tenia. OptaaHatjk rtauo and bath.

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