Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 24, 1864, Page 5

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 24, 1864 Page 5
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of UMHoalt prtftt ?M(kM for Um laaasarattoB ef thle hm? MM.Hililk*ir axerttea la toefatare weohall beatlll mm*Waoly todaktad tor II* amutatlm. Krgm tkls iMWMf soma m-H ipprftpMably ;WTfi?Wrt JMlMMUl INnr.M4 I shall therefore nail opoa Mr. ??*|||. ? &u46fiia wsWaf "?? V?*???. ? ?aivssr this sky,?u4 iJoUmi ?**??? dst, to perform the oareaway of laylag tfia 7'tu. MB. liOMTT'l HXillS. ' Juan. fUoonf, tt+.tha noted Fatataff, tha atop pad forwars m4 apoks a toUow*;? ?a*lag the kesor tha oomaeltted to aa, twHlpraaoed ?si nn> Ik* prmoM sf ikM sasableg*. to lay the ?40CMT MAM Of Um IrSt RMfllBMl propoeed to be raleed 4b >m*riai to Mwif of William !?hik*rero. aad altor virti will ratr ob om of Mr saeocisiee. Mr. William Wbeattey. to olooo theoeremeay by addiag a few of kla owe ib Um MBUBNli which have boos juot now oo oto qeoatly oat f prealvolv uttered by his Honor Jud*e Uljr, ay ova vntoe being huak?d to Iko performance of ill IMiBgl too nwoojr of laying the stone, which was tloBWBi to** Ha ftoos under I bo direction of 0. C. Ryu. ?**., daletoat Superintendent uf Um Park. The trowel WOB ra?OlBO< hr JM HaoKOU BB B rile of Ifcoyt. tVartog tola uiiimdffise band played too wading Marsh ? fraa Mo MltoaiaJfr Wlgbt'e Droaoo. MS. WMitllT'l BFBBOH. WnxiAM Wbutut, ?aq.waatoeatotfoduoed.eBdde. tlversd th* ftttowtog apprapftota rasarks, with tolling pM4h(Hl4* to toemtoatef IM wM? ???**? rover, aoeef oar great oity, 1 may fool ama dlffl dMme t?attoaeptle? U ndtrea yua. Hon wo Sal ptro jadfloa, reversed dlvinee, oMnbb. FSBto, author*. ?Mtora-^nU salted oa tow tba torn haadredto anniver sary ef Shakspore'a blnh to da how* to hlo aasery? ? the B^fMSaM Bhakapera, the sweet swas of Ava ?IMMaratolar of hearts. uMa-b aeaao af wM -life ba Brow, l??Mhl worlBo and thoa iaaagiaed aaw. ?Is ptototy sbsarvsMs to oar thoalrao that spsotators ? af aM ataasa >MI aga ar* savor wearied of roproaoau tless af Mhokoyoro. With every yoar af leagtoealag Ufa < th* latere af pootry aad tba. iMihow of maaktad fool ? tho Itaka wbloh bird their agboHae to him grow Is yautk tha spirit aad aatloa af Mb oooaea yoara too waadarfnl variety aad truthful do tha Bkaractma aad tha exquMMo beauty ef that aarlak ovary page ara aaraaeaibly i ssd wkee any ardlaary eajoy mania of lift tohad bjr otto advaslag Uaaa ts* read* sxeito tha at i est Ma asd tba hsagtnntlea; to maturar rarloty aad truthful doltooatloB of 1 thotomga ___ 'iHbaradimla-' tohad by atto advatolag Urn* ts* read* rsoara to Itoahanara aad Isda too obarm uabr?kaa. Thoa through sM too ataga of Ufe, doitghtod and toatrootad. ara aaa laoliaod to ytoM fail aaaoat t* to* warmly ei jnoaodtodgMBtof MaliiBt. that "too aaao af Shaka. > mi IB tks graatiot la aar ittoratara-iatkBgraatoattoaU i jtaratare." I will datoto you but a few momenta loagor, ?^rk?*I read I baa* llaoa, prepared for too aocaotao:? Throe kasdrod yoara km pawed away Siaoo ky tha Am, goatle river, A baoa to Okaar tko hoarta of men Woaaaat to aa by tko groat Ali aivar. Wka kaa set road kta boaoy'd paget Wept with too BMl'l wtfe of VoruaBf With Beatrice aad Buaallad Joyed! Aad algked with goatlo Doodooooaof ira* baa sat aaoarnod with Injured Laart Or wlakad ooooooo to mad FatraohM 4fha haa aat felt a moloteaed eye At death of galtoat, krave Mereutlflf "Who has sot ravel lad wltk Priaoo Hair Ak: aa wkat faaeloo rMo up tkiokiy: We've rohb'd wlib < alotaff at M'a Mil, { Aad quaflOd oaak browed by Hoetoea Quickly. i "Where'er oar CBgllak laagaaga poara lta oraaltk or eoag, where'er 'tie apokoa, tRmto "Avoa'e Swan" ftuda woroblppor*. Aad there hla obarm oaa ne'er be brokoa. 'dago, parptod puppet* of a day, Dwell for a opace in hlolory'a o*e?y, The da*t of age* yet to come Cannot oBooo our Shakoporo'o glory. And long aa babbling Avoa poara llo rtppliag tribute to too ocean, Coo* ao tho plaaeto In the aky Keep os aaehaaged tbotr hoavealy motlod, ?o loag ehall 8bakopere'a name ba oaag, And boataga to him bo awarded? Hie memory in all hoarta kept greos TiU tha Utft oy liable of tioao's recorded. While reodtaM tko fourth verao Mr. Whaatloy turned "witharogulohlooB aad faced Mr.BaoketU /hi* move caiest, together with Ik* word*, Mid tod touadera of ap vaiMioa from too eaoembled thrtag. ^ Tho aattoaal aire ware sow performed ky the band, ^ Mayor'or?*? atoppod i or ward, and. in behaK of the - olty, oocoptod the offer to place the autua of 8halupero v la the Park ot tho city of Now York, boplog that the -Citlraao woato daly appreciate Ike B*otlvee of tiad inaugurated the movemoot. A aign was tboa Pl*f^ 4a pooltloa, with tka following word* upeo tl? Tko alto ? ?f Skakspere'B monum-nt " Tbl* ooocludod tba ooro .boblea, which laatad ab Kit as hour. Mr. town Boots waa to have ? Pr"T1!?nKl_,^[t i to tha pryooadtoga, but waa aaavoldably detained by lm '"Surtng tha oeremony tha Brass was thrown opon to tho ?BOMle tbuo allowing th >m to have a batter opportunity "-oTwItoeealng tka prooaadlaga. A large aumber of ladlee .?end earring? oooupaatt wara preeeat, aad all paaBBd wltk ?sailBfaKMB aad tfwf. Alia- tka urooaadtoga had baas aassludad, aumnera ot gteraasa areraobaarvM to harry toward* the anot where nhootoaabad koea laid, asd asprsaaad great chagrin at ?fln4liif (htmsilvwi ioi Iaw. ?? Why did not the papers state tho tlmef" aald one. ?4 Amw uaaa beiwaaa eleven and torse," was tha reply. Tha bra Isadora laughed, and the grayooatad keeper ^ould hardly top kM souoteoaaooi Out too disappointed ? one was appsresUy sot aatlsfled. Tits Matlaoe Ttstsidsy. The Bhakspore matinee, which fairly otoeed tha aaaaos ??t tko Aoademy yaatarday, draw a larga, fBsktoaaMs. ?though aot overcrowded bouse. Brtgaoil ravsUad to the ouonhiaa af Ballul'a wader music to toe Sosssaakula. He oaag tka TatMa Baiolto daHdoaaly. Oiasparad wltb ?the rate of Robert, wbloh ba kaa recently aoagaora Heatedly aad wltk ao mask ?da<, that of Bvtoa M as May ?? December, bright, soft aad keaatlful, aad kM rasdar U( af it yesterday wsa aa fully appreciated aa kto great ?Obrto la Rabat. Mto Kallogg aaag ?hs last aot very ? faiikrully. aad wa loudly applaaded la tba toale^Ah non Gluaga. Mltol leaked aad aaag tka part af tba count In toe grand duo from Roalnl's Othello Maialswl waa ??positively aaparb, glvlns aa addltleaal proof of kla claim to bis reuutotloB a a fine dramatic artiat The Indlspo ' sitloa of Mr Harmana compelled toe aubatltuitoB of tho ? dao^raa Uadaby Lsttl sad Mia Harria. la plaaaof tha in naiad aria choraa and dao Iroa tho Morrr Wlrs -of Windsor. Next week^ho artleto aad kaMaaof tha Opera will have s root, preliminary to the asw aaaaos. Ths TsrsoMteasry Ball. THB MAST DAMOS?gdAKSraSfAM MUSIC?fSOCSBMOW or Asnsrs?aauvasr or an bps oh tss sasc TIOS Of A BTATOB TO SMAKBrBSS. fha Barton Pratosiki Aaaoatottoa, botog determined to -1m the earlleat to oelobrate tha Important event, com' msnoed too oelokratlca by a Bhaksparlan ball la Irving IlaU At las o'clock oa Friday Bight tba ooapaay began 'to aaemble. Friar Lawreace eaoorted Juliet, while the fbuttorfly Oarko wa to eloea attoadaaoa upoa Ophelia. Hiyl ck. tha Jaw, wa vary attoatlva to Deadaaosa, wiiiie Rodrigo looked Jealooaly an. Tho brave Meroutlo ? si d robust Oortotaaa were vary frleediy, and Aodry rarilked ara aad arm with Othello, la ptoatotlOB oostums. l> o cwears aad other gay ceetuma wara plaaty, aad Toiwy wag not forgotten. To partlcularta all tka charac ters would be tapoaiblo, for the hall wa crowded. Wallace'* head discoursed aoao flae Shakapsrlan ?tnuaic, arraagad lama rebeo,qoadrllla. Ac , asd oos cHMtsd maoh to tka merriment of tko oooaaloB. Bb rtly after midnight a oaaaatioa took place la the dancing, and lbs band .truck tha Waddtog Merck froa M i dee winter Nlgbt'a imam. The aaaoclatlou formed IS inr<?eaoMTaad mareked late tko rasa, maaked.asd la sootame Having kalted in front of tka rateed pUUorm, ithe President, fir. Joba Cooper, attired a Itodrigo, otcpp*d forward and addraased ike ooapaay a fattawa: l.xnon sai> OBBTUwa. Fwaaaa a rsa fcavrar Das** raw seaotiiTio*?Wo greet yea hare tonight, aad ralle.toto . oureeivo" aod eel gratined at bekaldla< a larga aa aaoa ?hiago bore la commemorate tha tercentenary aaalveraary of that day whlak, thra hundred yeare ago, gave to ths world that mas whoa geaia, asdyhaf. esBqyhBdaBd Inspired, immartollaa the n?me of Wllllam - Wherever to day tbrou|h"0t the world tbrre dwell thy wftkst fff*ikitn ufed lot6 to revel flmlQ jiwiry abq ^uTtoTyV'lh.^^. alsatored tagstker to tsair dtf fereni cln la, koawlag kla seme aad Jwa*?a to ki* memory and rame. We arn not uamlndfal also that apoe the toaugarattoa of 1?OT?S? ^5 ? ' la-l year fur the parpw* of hoaortog tol* day^ aad oeto ?"hretieg the am* It mat with cordial approval, iw*d 'has bean follow to ap all ova tbe ownlrfliy J movrmeuts. Tko mora of tbM oraelfu1 day la bow ?s-hered la. aad we me< t It aad yon with graotlag, aad dnvite you to go wSB a* nmld the sow ode of a>i*tc torough *h? Kiddy 'none of tbe danna. 1/4 aothlog bare be doae an mar ihe bnrmony o? our prooesdlaga, that you may wend ?Hb tta In aytog ? On with the dasoe. Ut Jov be aaowBaad. >'velHii mi awra. Wuen yoath and pleasure moot f.< tre?'i ibe going bourn wKh fly lag root, l/t matte ria. with it* votui'*ona* swell, ,.\ii4 ?*? tn merry a t?e inerrlege hell. Tie si;o A wa saw glvea to uaaaak.asd Mr. Falkasr B?d o.-toVb? plitrorm MM Laala Hrwlborne, who do I .iver-d toe follow log ode with marked empkasM ssd emi?'r*p?<iroa applauM ? , ?30 ?9M tub SSSOTION OF A BTATtfS TO aSASffhSB. fv wh* bleat gala of tba tele bindi gratitude ba tribute pay, I ?o a ibafatlveday, Hr?< i tho atatae ad devote the pIleT ; <? n i y>iur sympaihetlc hearts aocord, 19 own ike b aoa 'a LordT "ni*'i?* '1^ ba ?that desii-godl >Wb?' tvoo's flowing morgle trodt While eportlve rnacy rouad him flaw, "Wlieifl Nature led bim by tbe haad, In*iruciad him la ail *Sn ^<'**1 T3 "mi 'tie be! The g?d of our Idolatr,: J kte tte m ??(, iki states rate* Hemerit. ui on, wnmf,t M ?r*Wel /?fytepaliaai >f br?*k fertk lta? lift lb# s?ul from mtU, alt* laptrt Boom ratal mm of hie uagte an, l^ti ?wfsl silence ?till Ik* sir. From tbe tor* aim*. tte UMw light Burin ion-old brifkl! Prdpars I Pr*|*rs I Prepaid | Nov await x oaoe tka nhoral s>ag? BoU tka fail tide of kuaoor along; I*t raptare sweep Ika trembliag alrtap, , Aid raw*, eipaadtngell kar wings, 1 Wlik all bar tramp** tongues proa lain, Thel>?ed, revered. Immortal bum, 8hakspers I 8kak>p*r*l Shaksperal ML IM Ik* tMkuilif sound Ureas Araa'a akoraa rssoued Through tka air; Let It baar Tka precious freight Ik* eavtoaa nations Tboagh I - - ? J Philip's iwm? , mnuriai pi Had *f?ry blood-stained laurel worn. He ale bad tkat kia eraUr* wordt (Lite tkat wktok rmlaa tka skies) _ k*t bid otkar aationa rise, Tb tHrt kla rat iwM (word But when oar Shaks pore's thIiiVms nsa Lite w. sword, kXZZZrtSmm, - ?* tearad oa sigh, b* ssade no mean: Not limited to bumaa kind, H* trad bla wonder teeming mind, Rained otkar world* and belags ot kia ewa. Ok, fram bla araae of lira **' Hmm might tkaaa humble atralaa hwplra To toll tkk woodera ka has wrought; ? tall how, anting oa kla magic tkroaa. lo dread'a! atato Tb* aabjoot paaetoaa rand bin wall; nt"m.lho'an*h*ngod. aad ragtag tkara. "tSiSSKap1?t ?4 - Aad tkojr, al feamiag, traaabilng, ova kla far tMr In* Wtthiheee hi* stereo he mmeeatnl. Or charm tk* soul; So raails'd are all faja feldaa trim Of tarrar, pity, lore aad grief; Tka' oanaoloa* tkat tka vision only *? Tte wo* ttraek mind Soda a* r*U*f; Ingratitude would drop a tear, Gold-blooded age tak* lira; To aaa tka l hankie* obHdraa of eld Leaf Spurn al their King aad eiral With bla our reaaoe, too, (rows wltdl What aalora kad disjoined, Tba poet'a power oombtn'd, ?m aad age, ingratitude aad I okrtdl T* gallty, lawleaa tribe, &oap'd from punishment by act or bribe, At 8baksp*ra's bar appear; No briblag aad ao sbutDlog tbaral Hto fealos, Ilka a rush lag flood. Cannot bo withstood. Outbarats tb* peolientlal tow; The Irak appall'a, tka erlm* reveal*; The mar blebeartsd moostor reels, Wkoaa haad la atau'd with Mood. Wbdn Mr asaglolao. mora inspired By aharas, aad spoils, aad Incaatalloag flrad. berto his most uoatsadoos powsr. The thunder growls, tb* be*vans lower ? Aad to his darkened turons rapalr Th* dMMBs of the d**p aad spirits of tb* air. ?? Tin* But *ooa thoa* horrors peas away; Through storms and night broaks forth th* day. Ha smiles They vanish totn alrl The hooklnod warriors dlM^----? Mule mute th> drums. Tbs scone Is changed; Thalia oomaa, Loading the nymph Ruphr syne, Goddess of Joy and liberty! She and her eistars, haad in band. Linked to a numaroo* frolic band, With rosea and with myrtle crowned, I O'er th*g-e*n velvet lightly bnuad, Circling ik* moaaroh of tk' nnnteillfl With kindling cheeks, and sparkling eyes, Surrounded ihns, tbo bard la traaaport II** ; The little loves, like boos ' Clustering aad climbing op hi* knee*. His brow* wlih rases blad ; While rancy, wit and humor spread Their wings, and horor round his bead. Impregnating his mind; Which turning soon, as soon brought forth Not a tiny, spurious birth. But out a mountain cam*? A mountain of doilght I Laughter roar'd to Sf>e the sight. And Falstair was bis maie I Wtyn sword and shield he ptUBag strids*; Tbe joyous rsrel rout Beoelye him with s shout. Aad modes* nature holds h*r sMm ; No slngi* p >w'r tb* drad hath don*. But great aad email. Wit, fancy, humor, wblm aad Jest, STt mtrahapen heap Impresaed. And lo I 8lr John I A aompouad of them all? A oomle world la oo* I Basel swaa of Area, *y*r may thy stream Of toajfol number* U tk* darling 'tmi, Triumph .at rail* aio*g Manbattaa'a rlohea, aad lle/nro* Shall mora barmoatoo* tew k Mac. Oh f had thoa* bards, wbooWmtal Of Cam aad Isle, lu'd Mrdwh ta ^ fo" Praoioaa store * VouehaaTd to ihlry hanated Aroa pralae; Nor Greek nor Roman strain* would flow alsai Mora sweetly clear or mora suMimaiy stroag; Nor thus a shepherd s not*s raraal The weakest numbers, aad tka wars***! saai. Jf* down, bleat spirit I from shore. With all thy wealed gentieneaa aad loye: And a* the woodera of thy pea Py heay'n inspired. To Tlrtoe fired Tk* charm d, aatonlated sons of m*o; wSXJE&iasrisr Aad aa thou gir'st It fame, that fame defend And may no sacrilegious haad ' Near Arou's bank* b* found, To dar* to parcel out the laad. And limit Bbakaiieara'a haBow'd grouad FPr sgss free, still be It naoonfloed 1 A* broad aad general,as thy tuanlls** mind. in. Can nntrerssl gratitude delay TO him the glory of this time. To giro th* fsstes day, Ike *ong, tbe Mats*, tb#danoe, tbe rhyme .V" J* "J*""- *"* ?> meo. ' "We ne'er shall kxfe upon his Ilka again." Comet JeaasN ea Ikakapsfs* Count Joanne*, la*t erening, th* tri^*nt*aary *f the birth of khakspeie, dellrered a ?' Jubilee eratiea" upoe the great poet In the Cooper Institute, at wbiek a name raa. wdlaaoewaapreeeat. Ttewhi^t wa ably umm, tbe lecturer bringing to mind humorously or pathetically as tbs subject demanded, Incident* I* th* 1Mb of tb* grant P0*1' which, though snppoaed to he knowa UaJi are neyertboleea worth repeating when told by oa* who tea made tbe llf* and tiaras of tbs bard a pocullar suM*ot of study and thought. It wae evident that the Cbuat was ?""rely ?* bom* upon tb* Item* k* had a* appro, prlauiy chosen for the night, aad from the be kept hi* audience interacted la the men be treated It. 111 uatration* were *l*o gtraa fro,B (real dramatist and it wa* hi this portion of the eotertalnmocl the ij^rj! himeeir appeared to heat adraalage, oonraJSlt^ bl waa with the eerty career of Sbakspare her or* ifH?* r*,M * after mead and^ltrSa^te ftSI of Southampton's, horse, al tbe doer* oferSidesT tw tre. The count seemedio have nudtM whhsnL^ > embodiments of the poetTraaii aadnL Tm lest erening Illustrated Ite^oaoenlfcM i (J! JU Oount started wlih a ealofj upom 4*moor>av from* which poluioftl of (tMri) clan bt sakt lb# ''iimii Tiiirt zzzz JlToUSTht ?t zn. ss yimwm im n mm mm Dvirrawi lo ail ma mm4 ft# all " IIm commoa b#irloom of mUom. r ApptanM \ 12^1 followed by Sberldaa Kaowira aai "T bhneelf and otker kmdrad spfrite readers aad admirers and limetrMer* rf 12 herd?ked resulted?e sequeaee to their sdtete S" wr|y day*?the greatest, sod noblest aad moat ualranai * omj other prevkme reatery?of raSalaa throughout tbe world meeuaMBta to the ever Sriu 8bakspere. Haying Iraaad the boyleh enrearof iCk, pare, he name lo hie start la lite, whlck Hi ILLl, marrymg aad hamg a rather of twin* before he waa seventeen years of eg*. Hla early raepomrtbtlMsn did n*t, Itsoeme. tame tke tery spirit of tb* yoatk for after this rtonble event be beeame a rs<ni HweMag ike theatr**; bis api>earaace on tb* *tige aa aa aeter.aad bla I real aucoeea aa a play write*, were historically aad ably dellaaeted. Hut It waa upoe the greet fane achieved by I he dramatlat that Ike lecturer waa m*?t aOectlva. Btete pvre, he said, waa. Ilka tba atmosphere, Mlrerssl. Hnulptnra eonid not perpetuate hie gen lea ear hie memory. The Romau forum, aad lie oolumne ??d ooooordla, stand aasertlng la their d**ay thtr gr*at proportions in the past: but, ss y?* |oek upon them, are you reminded or Ctasro Im JJ^fflag Oetllhmf So. And whit* you trace th* rain* of nslmyra, are veu reminded ot the genius of ~ kkH 7shokU a af_ ??. _ ... . " ,a .. 5*4^*22!>l.*r Vlew *be Coliseum of Rome, built i or #0,000 Jewish osptIves and around which tbe blood * ?. JtX't/. t1,rtall*n marytr flowed?struggling with hsa?%. I hey remind you of the** Wlfir Jfe. M <k? parpatM* M IMI tar ?r? ?KW*r ? .,_.? ^ . - TW Iwunr Un pnmlil to |tn !*** vartaaa ?T Mfcrtwun'i ptara. iiaraakaii**. O i hello. to. Tk* httart ?m ? graal #Pf? aad tha m4Mom tort (rwUlf 4aU*hto? wltk Ik* MMto. **? OeUbMtUa la BmU?. ftruotaa, April M, IMi lktlMMlM i? tlnpUyat to-4ajr from tk* pobba la ihla ettjr, id from an? af Ik* MM u4 private raaldaaoaa, la koaor of Bhakapara'a Ufoialiaary fctrtkda/. THE FAIR. VVWVVWVVVVWWVWVV The Grand Finale Yesterday at Palaoe Garden. A Great Jam and Great Ex eltement* THE SWORD TOURNAMENT CONCLUDED. Brut l?o?tTN 30,*91 and Xe OMlu 14,109. Maturity far U. S. O. ?! Orer Fifteen ThMuaad. TU Jiiy Swtri Omi to lUwta, tk# * Kunki Islaid. m ?* ^ * ^^i-T-innnj-h. nil raiumTios to iajoi cim al mi P1MEBHIIM AT VHHMfSQVA1B rniMN, the Gr*at Mr that ha* jnat oto**d, hat demonstrated beyond ? doubt lk*( lk? people of Ik* North ar* de termined to mirri Intaot lb* Ualon of tb?ae States. Thr** ?**' k*" a*arty elepeed alnoe thla great humaai tariaa eaterpitee wag Inaugurated, and, notwithstanding , fto liberal auntr ta which tba eUlxena of N*w York have patron I aad It, tbeir Intoraat la tha good work haa not abated, bat, *? tha contrary, aoeaae to have baaa mora intensified aa tha tloaa iMiaaajhM. - ckwlng. mm* " I' allbrd to apend a uvuar obeerfoliy coatrl bated of their aoanty Tirana to ?wall the grand aggregate whloh la to carry Joy and com. fort to ao many aob'a soldier*, who hare sacriflced health aad tha sodearmeata of horn* to pmtrot tha Institutions of tha oouatry from rule, aad to maiatain tha honor aad dignity of that flag whloh, up to tha Inauguration or tha praaaat rebellion, waa tha pridannd protection of every American ottlten al hoaia and abroad. ? Taatorday being the laet day for the Pair to ramaln epaa, large aumbers af paraoaa who had never wlteoaaed Iba grand apeotaole availed themselves of tba laat oppor tunity. Iks weather laths aarly part af th* day waa anything hat encouraging, bat toward* nooa tha *na Rhone out In I all Ma rsfalgeel glory and dl*p*U*d th* gathering elouda whloh threatened to mar th* pieaaurea aad proipaate of tha day. n? Rnomrrs. Tha followlag rooelpta will abow how naMy th* people hare rea ponded to thla oall upon their pat riot lam, aad whoa th* b?ara aoldlera for whoa* benefit th* Pair waa Inaugurated leara tha raault tb*y will r**t that their rrlenda hare not forgotten tbetr beroio aervloee:? aaoana vasraaxtAT. jb aalea ap to thr?* p. M ils.OTO 04 ?om admlaalona, Fourteenth etreot a,io? 50 Prom admleatooa, Unloa square got so ?"?*"??? MM 05 Unloa equal* groa* recelpte ?T,7#S TO SJ? Departaaeat 84,000 00 "??tonraal. #3 ,800 00 Total-receipt* 1.009.315 40 fa whloh may b* added far tha aword a,loo oa ana* 40 the above are only the rooelpta to three P. M., aad ;sr.pt. ran oaaar swoaB oowrnr. . ^ etoran o'clock; la the moralng the people hegaa to MlBCTowdatothe Pair building, and althnnchevary department offcfed attract Ion. of the meet interesting oharaoter, mlada a**m*d t* be aboelvod In th* grant I !w5r*.oooUrti wfck)h u d^We tha popularity of keOMtaa aad Grant. Tba latareat maalfaatad la the susnses af MoClallaa waa really *urprt*lag, and maay heeled dtasasstoae ware ladalgad In by tha frieoda of The voting eommeoo-d at the uaual hour, and la a fow 1 ?'"}?' thereafter the potllag ptaoe waa onmpletoly ear reundedhy aa excited though good-eat ured crowd aaxloua 1 to "go their pil*" oa their Ihrnrlte general. During the foreaeoa tba vatea came la rather alow, or ratb*r, th* heavy ratera did not oommeaoe aatll later la the day. Oceaetoeally a patriotle Model Ian man would ooma up and dapaalt flftyor oa* bond red dollar*, aa the case might he, aad Immediately afterward* a Orant man, with plethoric pocketbook, would step ap aad eadeevor to counter balaoc* the vote In favor of the new oemmaoder of lb* Potomac Army. The ladle* toemed. If pom I hi*, to ha more deeply latereatod In the raaalt af this cootaet than tba maa, aad Invested ??? foeely. Twelve o'clock bad arrlred.'aad Model Ian waa atlli leading Qrant handaomety, when, by J*** TOt**'latter auoceeded In gaining a little, which reduoed McCieilan'* majority considerably. The r on teat new became moat eiclttag. and aa the v ie I to ra read the placard announcing that th* nolla would c*?* ?* lwo o'cloolr and that th* balano* of the voting ! would bare to be performed by eactaamg the ballota in jnay af them thought that foul play arva In tended, ud oxpreeeed their optatona oa the aubject quite Beme wbe came with the latentloo of voting for to do aa, declaring that no matter how mat hi* majority might by* could not have tb* aword. Thla mlatake, however, wd soon rectified when It w?a ?BOOUIK)^,1"1 the eavelopa would be opened In the preaenoeofaoommlttae of gentlemen wboaecharacter* prMladed tb* Idea of aaytblng ao dlahooorabl*. MoClellan continued to land aH oompetitor*. and when a ganttemaa cam* forward aadplinked down ?1.0W>for "Little Mao." aiming hlma*lf "Boaton, Mam.," It waa gwerally conceded by all pr*a*nt that MoClellan oonid ??* d*f*ated. Thla gave hi* friende new vigor, ?nd from that time nntll the pc?la r.loeed at two ooloch It waa notbiag but McTlellaa, tba Orant men oeaetdertng II ueeiea* to *p*od tb*ir """T '? - -*? ??,t-t "here tb* odd* were ae moch agaiaet I ham Shortly before the cloning of the p?li a gaatlemaaforward aad *lgn*d one hundred "loyal Keatacklaaa''for Model Ian, aad waa Immediately fol Tw#^ ? p*f*y r?fr?aatint the employee of the Fifth AvNMfBMI, who voted a $100 hill for MoClellan. aad up !? iDt Ywry boomi of cloclni tb? rrltodi of lfotoiUo coo tinned to pre** forward, voting In solid phalanx for tpelr C4ST?.,2li,5o'S^,w'w- ?d** U??M The toHowlagie the vote aa aanauaced an the builella or iiMi commute*. ?rMl 9,047 McCtellaa * majority over Grant "Tittfl The followlag la the veto for all otbera ? ? n Shermaa 1 *> 1 PrtiJehn.Porter M Thomaa 1 ? ? Wad* worth 1 srana | Ron bam 1 X HJiobart Ward T Da TrobctanJ. 1 Dutlartaid ? A. J Smith I ? f. Soot. 1 i i 1 Hhlelda 1 Total af aratterteg vatea m ?? 1the baflotlag for the aword bad ceaaed tb* ma lilted* thai bad aaa*mal*d la tba Depart meat of U#,r ?nte the maia fwr.atfa iwtr attention waa dir*rted from by tb* tbouaend attract lea* wblah weaa offered at tha variene etra<la. rwm eamHhoatlee af later taken from the greet river' tmama. whtah wew aoM for the nominal aam or twelve eeatly garment* aad )ew*la. no patriotia vlaltor, ao manar how poor. w?e compeled to laava without o?atrlbutlag aomethkia to tbe m b* Qbjact of tbe Pab. M*ay af the etanda were deeerted, their atodk nf good*. Vet, te a atranvaf, waohedeover vlelted the Pair before, H would aan ibet ?nongb g**d* MM1 ramaln uaaold te real Ira a auffletaat aamto atoea half a deaem aoch fair* aa baa been haM In ?*ton aad other proviaolal elitre throughout lb* ??aatrr The geoaral apoaaraaoe of tbe iat* huiidlag differed but little from i-JI r. "P*"1**' **d aa the whole maUer waa "teately described te thecelanme of the HaaAtn ** ? repetition here would be eatlrely auprr m. la fant. the prominent feature of the cloeiag waa Sr*t con teat about the *wurd, aed ao otb*r !fP!* dl*ca*a*J doling th* evcaiag. Ho in lh* feeling oa thla aotyaot tb*l lbi?* w*ra engaged In the vartoiia department* hut llttl* altenlloa to anything elee, all other *a aetng coaoid*red aecondary to thla emgnl.r tmtor pepalar favor between tbe twe greateet military ohlartalna af whom the United Mate* caa beaut. The oruwda which visited tha building during the av.omg j Wf? ?? gnat U>?4 m mi ataaaot i^pa?lMP l? mosofress tienRttoteu^HSa^^ NrlTCVWklllOMt. nil BWOBD OONTBST MOM TWO O'CUtM (TVTIL TBI cluhjnb or turn ballot ik>*. After twe o'clock jrwurii* rotn fo- Mm mN were received at Stand No. 10, in ike main bui' j?M- A plate, giihf?' ' waedaa bo* had been prafMtd ifVtNir) tbs tokm. Plea If of sovelopes and uards war* aex'terad oa Iba oounlar, aa4 nbmit * d policemen we a iri Honed at the ataad to preeerve order. Twe goailesaao w#ra oa dutjr lealde I be counter tu axplalo lha modu <jjtrran&i <* the voting to all deairues of dom* ?>. Oa* of ibem waa provided witb i M <( laid pencil a boat twe inohaa hi leagth, which Ka vary ob wl??lr loaned to aajr one who wisbed to rata. Thejr wrote the D.\me of their favorite oa ? blank cwd, wrapiKd oae or more greenbacks arousd the oard, tbao Bacted the whole In aa envelope. aad depoaltad It la tua illot box, under the supervial'ia at the ooltoeinen aad about half a hundred looker* no. The voting weal oa very briskly?very briakty, ladeed.eo the part of the ladles aad juveaHea, whilat the mea formed as outer clr da aad eaavaased the merlte of the two generate. It Is a singular fact, aad one ?hlsb aaajr aa wall be maott>oed at tbli time aa at aay other, that the enoteet far Mia naval aword eiclisd bat little or do iateri-at. The claims of Geaerala Oraat and Me leMaa, aa the eoatrery were ail abaerblog. Everybody bad eeesetblng to aay en the ?abject. Benin* rao high yesterday aroqp4 stead No. 19 McCleflaaf adaalrera ware anxious to Bhow their faith by their greenbacks. When about aix people are talkiag at the same time, It la ?>me?hat difficult to reproduce their cooMraatloa la wrMiag, so peotaily wbea all were a little eAlted. aad eaob eoe beat es convincing the other Ave by loudness of tone rather thaa soundness of rsavming. At the sUad yesterday a goalless*a la the crowd eyed several ladlea who wire .busy Ailing ap carde aad takit* eat greeabeoka from well Med purees. He tarned partly round, and, ad drawing Iba crowd. eMd, "III bet a thaiisand dollars has received the greateet nasaher of votes, each eeme aa but eoe vote." A bomb shell oould have greeted but little more excitement than this abort apeeob did. A ted faced aa.ta offered to take tho bat, bat aafertanetely bad oaly about |vo dollars la hie poeKet. Then the orowd sailed la In diaerlaslaately, aad everybody had something to aay aflar thefellawlog faahiao:?'<tf*ve yoa read Meflelian's reiortf" ' I'll bet a tbouaaad doHara." "Oh ' d?oti vow tboueand doiiara." "Be waa the oaly mm e-er C-4 near eoough to Rtchmoad to aae H." ??Stop, and IH tall yoa eomethlng about General Use's family wbea ?Utile Mtc' waa la ik? Cbieknbomloy a warn pa." "Now. who do you auppnee earea anything about that; I waat to bo! a tboueand dollara." Aa irrevoreot person eo the extreme edge of tbe orowd oreated a temporary diver. sloa by ebouUag out. "Why doe't rm? of yea fo'ks either veU or collet T" Thia had the effcet of scattering the crowd, aad voters eomaaeneed to atop ap quite lively ao4 aumerously Several bulky eavetopos were brought ap aad depoeited la he box, aad tbe voter dUMppeered ami 1st a alight cheer, aad blusblag deeply at the a at toe they had attrac ad. Aa the hour lor o'ortag tbe box approached, tbe crowd aad excitement h creaeed. A double Hue of poilormeo waa farmed, aad ev< ry facility allbrded thoee des trior to vela. A mom nor of tbe Executive Oommlttee acted as master of cere.rou sa. Be atood, watch la hand, aad called out tbe time?" twenty mluutea to eight. Now'a Rour time, geotlemen. 8tei? up and vote." Aa obliging po cemaa, whilst pushing back tbe crowd, added, la a loud voloe '?Ladles are also allowed to vote." Tbe minutes were passing rapid y,aa I the ballot box appeared to bs pretty well stuffed. It required some management to force tbe eaveiopes la Maayef them appeared to be well Iliad, aad aevoral were of very large proportion*. ??Tea mlnutea to eight o'olnok." sang out tbe gen tleman la charge. "Step up aad vote," ad ded hie deputy Several Juveniles walked up to the box and swelled lu contents. Tbe orowd ihtrirxvitf aad tbe police men exerted their etreectk-t,' waa called their god temper. "KivA/e.'? Every body gtood ontlp out-?W?r sioe votes were depoeited. The clock was'Just on the str ka of eight, when the oute' edge of the crowd wss aul a ted. and soon a pawtsn way cleared. and a lady walked up. filled up a card with a pencil and maTJotoiJ with greenbaoke, which she placed la the bo/and than retted smiling. This was the last vote cast. The billot box was declared otoaed, and a hearty oheer greeted tbe annouooemeat. TUB rXiKIMlTION OP TH1 BBAL1D TOTM. The process of oountlng tbe votes took plaoe la the armory of l*alace Oardea. adjoining the room of the Arms and Trophic*. Immediately after the clos ng of the polls la tbe main hall tbe ballot bores and swords ware brought to the arm >ry, where a majority of the committee ap no in ted for tbe purpose of oountlng the votea had already aaanmhlsd Two tables, about a drntn chairs, a fow stools and* a full set of drams comprised tbe furniture of the chamber Wltsoa O Hunt, Jod?e Daly, Wm. Kemble, J Butler Wright and Wm. H. Webb oocuplod aaats around tbe principal table. Mr. Tiffany, with half a dozen of his clerks, Mr. Wm. Blodgett. the reporter of the Ha eald and a etroog foroe of policemra were also present, maki'na tbe eotlre party number about twenty. Al1 others w^e eicludod. ths committee coasiderleg that their cr^tlon. wooM be loo much Interred with by admit ting any more persona let" ths room. Mr BlodrtttVas chairman of the Arms and Supplies remittee oooned the proceedings by stating that every SW Inresdlnasiforbaffioning tbe examination Wtlaon G. Huat waa thereupon ohosen chairman, and Mr Joseph P. Howard, of Tlflhoy's, waa requested to act m secriKary and acoouatant The details of tbe examiua tlonwera next agreed upoo.and the ballot boxea were u nacre wed. dlanloelng M? the party a large bundle of peck almost (tiling up completely eoe of tbe boxea. The MMalmlttee divided their labors thus:?Mr. Wright to ^ .ii^Mlers Mr. Kemble to read out the contents. ?HVMBt of aubecrlptloaa aad names of subscribers^ Judge ^WtoUhe the money aad examine it; Mr. Webb to | the aubacriptVo^e oa tbe envelope and tbao de oaalttbem IB aaoUar box procured for thai parpoae THB OOITNTIMO BBOINB. Kvervthing beleg la readloeas, Mr. Wright plsoed one rfthTeoea ballot boxea la front of him put la hla SSiTd^Ttmt ths first package Md slowly opeaed It. iSma aamed BwaeU, who diadalaed farnMhiaga Chrlr Man oreflx to his surname, had ths honor 4e have his in?erirtloo trst picked up. It oeotalaed a eoe dollar mum he olaoed to the vote for MoCMIaa. It la a elngu UjTr!u>tibetlio aeeoad veto waa tor arm at, aad waa use dol or aflhlr. A aamoer ot small aaaae wore oeat drTUa out. but attracted eo attention. The trst big drawn waa one hundred and two fbr?eorge n^inOelUo ? at by a number or mea who bad snb Sl lw Uoaat in Jive minutes la front of tbe "TlS'followIng tablew^H eaable our readers to see at a glaKS w^bowsre the hoavlaat votera-^ JVaiM e^ ee'sr. Orasral'i bobm. Con, Justice .T: *l> porlea BrstheVt 0r?? 60 Gabriel Kent -Grant 100 yn>m non-commlsslooed offlceraand orlvates 0Mb regiment, I. B., SSSSSrJ.WaU MoOellM M HwryliplV'jHlyw" ? T. T. Buckley BBd ethers -....(.rant 2* A R ITntOlle a ee e ? a. e e e a as e e e e so a eOranl sa e e e e eeae T5 John H. Mere aad others McClellao TO J Nuebank Grant 100 Matthews aad others Hotobklaa Sous ?/??* Mra. A. L Hewlil Orant V> uSE?."~? wm. B. Moll Or..l J00 Miss C. Uaderwood .....Grant 16 Winslow, Lankr k Co " r S SlOM a MoClelUOae .e a oae 100 jr. L. unapmaa, St. Lou la Modeilaa 26 i.oupil and others.. McClellaB........ a tlU/eaa of Olean, Pa., by T, L. Stowell and others McClellaa TO Maior Stelnberger aad others McClellan 6 Duane street McClellaa ? K. H Cuddy Ureal 23 Blank...... McClellan 200 Mrs MtOor Uarklns MoClellan 1 H C? - '* -flfwt .. ? -- 10 C. A I^wood to4 oibtr? Grail. 10 j?c,b Grant. 2*0 Denis Perkins h Co Grant 600 p. S. OK*e? Grant . 10 Colonel A. J. Johoaoa Mc< lallaa 6 Oodrrev and others "cC'eUan 60 W C. Browalog .....McClellao 15 Wm. r Story, Chicago ISmst Mot'lel'an 246 p. y. flatterlee Mc'lellan 60 ABoayswBB ?'?' ?""" Vilr. Jolin Porter.. ? rt. McCIoIIsb m Charles II. I^s McClellan 60 jobn O'Hara For ht? oouotry.. 1 L W. Kimball McCleUaa 10 Cltl*eoa of Port lead, Me M? Mr Heimoot McClelltn J II Y. Hyait A Brothers Grant IT C P S , Nevada City, Colorado.... McClellaa 100 Park Mathewaea Grant. 6? joha 0. Keyeer aad othere Mc leilan IT v h Man sell Great T6 L A.u. Mun Graat. 1 Cithtens of Detroit MoCiellaa........ 400 1 beoe oompriaed "* ' Voorteenth street hofHivcr, tbii Among letter contain lag a three Mar c onterfeit bill on tbe Far mera' Bank of North Csi sites, with directions to appro nriHte It as oae vote la tovor of givlag tbe army sword to Abraham Lincoln A bad thro dollar bill likewise turned up aa aaotber vote Ibr "Old Abe." 1MB VWItiM PQCABB TOT*. The box conUiatag tbe sealed vntea whii b bad been demailed at ITnloa square was aext taken up, and the i?rkave< etamla -d The Bret vole drawa wae from tbe <?1 oval Men of Mew Tort, t,0?T f-r Great " Tble cauaed ao immense soaeatleo saaeag all preseak The Indtoa ti?a? previously e-are that McClellaa would surely wla to* sword bv a fair nuynrtty. The two thoaeaad dollar cNvk romi leuly turned the tide. Tbe rematalag priaoi noi sotce will be louathlo the fallowing uble:? ' savBosflawnt araasT box. fBirena of l*trolt Mot-lellaa 400 l evel Men of Now Tlwh. Great 2,0*7 total New tnflawssr (irant 3,000 l?val vea of NewTerk Grant 100 Mra M?. I'ennett Mc lallaa... 200 1 oy?l Men <>f New Terh 1,000 loval Men ? f CtMeego Graut 324 u y. whee*wrigM lev eaedry pereone Creot.?.?....??.l,000 F. w. iwlsit Ortai 60 Kd liar ton MuClellao.......... 10 I clival Man ?i New Terh .Grant 10,000 K Martina*. I'nioe Bay MoClellan 1 MarMt'oekllng aad OsakUBg family .Great t ? O c. imoi'aee J. H. Hobfc Ward 1 Nelson Hough aad others MoClellan *6 Mtsa A. l> Cbaeesmaa ..Great 10 Itiank McClellao 100 J o. Grant 60 M Cheosemsn ...Great 26 Ada Webb MedslUn 1 Kmma Veb|> Mo< lallaa 1 w.vemoo.Jr MeOMhta 10 lloston l ady Great M> James l.uke Graot ? Mary Tboinpeop, of B)o?mln(dale. .Grant 60 Blank. lor tbe Geoeral never yet whipped?U. ?. Orent 10 The packages la tbe Cnlea square box were not no mar ous, but they oofitaiaed teg tinea m muoh nonsy as tho ,,,aM^/ifllM..e I the principal subscription* at the baildtag It should be sr?ealtoned, ng the ourtneltlee of tbe osnvs# wes a ?"? ? <???? WM panilOTi IV WRV IMRMni * ^ ebeotra Mr tho puiywe af ukdiiu ?"iw?7 va (ov aunt iwi. nr. uwi|? u. wn?y wrwuuv Mr. Hut I* lb* rut uMnet, who InrnxfltMr rvafee 1 naiwUltM centre V th* handler to hwrtM NMlt. Mr Huat drat umnunoe<f tlto total rot*, sad mH pro Claimed Orant'e heavy plurality, which was looelred with immenae obeenng, followed by hlaaaa, |fini m4 booting. Tha rival branctvee ar the audience Maintained tha cheering and btaalair far ama limit, aa<! lh? exalte moot ran an high at one time lh<it K km feared anme dis turbance would take place It was with (Teat dNRoulljr Mr. Hunt auooeedeit in uttering audibly the rota of Mo C'ellen, which gave rlta to eaoiher fierce ebuKMton of wane feeling. The dram cnrpa of the Twenty-eecond1 rai ment Immediately atrunk up a tremenifrwH clatter, wblcb dmwaed everything dee, and diverted the attention or the crowd la a new channel. Tfcecommittee went back to tl?e armory room, wher* the roto for tbe nary sword wai emamlaed/wltk the fol lowing reanlt: ? TBI KATY ?WOK*. Fefrri ffama. R. W. 0. and others, H. C. Arndl Nam* of Candidate. Tatf. Rowan... Tamgut ?Rowan.., .Rowan.., .Rowan.. 130 60 Old Irenaldea ninnk .., Friends m Laocaater 0?o. W. Whipple ... Blank Hxekatein Itowan 10 14 ? 10 Total. Wt ??a *.12 13S Rownn.... Farragot.. Scattering Rowan's minority II waa about iltrw e'oloek wben the Ubors of the committee IhMmM. In the meantime the crowd la tbo hall bad fot back Into another high lUto of exoile mant, and warm Sleouootooa war* la b* beard aa every ?Ma. Inapeotor Leonard, anticipating trouble, very wisely bad the gaa luraad off partially, wblob aaoa forced the Immenae throng to aaak tba daara aad bid a final farewell W> tba Fair building. Tba dajr altogether waa a ?MM! ?lotting 09# Greet indignation waa expressed at tba rseult of tba ?word tournament. Tba Impression got bold of tba pao ple somehow that onfalr nnwi hid beaa ueed to daieel Oooaral MoCMIan. aad II aeemed Impoaalblr.'o eradicate that Una from the* minds. Tba "loyal man of Now York." who bad oome dowa aa omrwbelmlngly fbr Grant, were generally ceneMered to bo tba Loyal Laegitee oftbfe city, and peculiar wrath waa dlrootod agaloat all who had any oonaactlna with tboaa aristocratic aanoola lions. Aibafora remarked, that oome trouble did not ?prlng up la duo la a graat meaeure to tba wlaa precan llona aad loreelghl of Iaapaotor Leooard. fiao frrbrhtation to General Dix waa a vary interesting affair II loo* place la tbo Art Gallery lb the, proaoaca of a Ingrere the bar of la'loa and gentlemen. many of js'.-i fho ball personal friends aad admlrora JTlT.iniM paintings waa btllilanlly Illuminate^?? interest of tbo raoaal exhibition added 10 the beauty sou """ oftbaacono. _ , ? _ of bla rank flenersl 01* waa draened In tb?.J"il<T?r looked be'ter In tbo army?a Major Ga>;imtld tho smiles of beauty and to our romamiMwua of tba thronging crowd, ha aacoodad ?>??? ptaoo appolntod for tbo proaen tattoo o' tho flag. Tbo proaontatlon a pooch waa made bv Mr. Tracy, who reviewed too career of Geoeral Itlx Had tbo groat service* be baa rendered to the country. Ho a Ian gave a succinct history of tbo flag preoonted to tbo Gonoral, and amid much apptauoe concluded a rery appropriate speech In reply Ooaoral Oix aald:? Mr. Tracy, I am vorv much at a loaa for worda to ex presa to you my thanks for your curtesy, to tho man. agar* of the Metropolitan Fair for the honor they bare done mo, and to tho accomplished ladr, to whom this presentation la primarily dao, for bor kindneoa and liber, alltv. aad to the dlatingulahed artist, by whom this flag waa designed I fear, air, you attribute to mn tar * raster merit than 1 deserve When I (are the order thla flag la deaignnd to commemorate 1 only oonsldorod myself aa performing a duty which I could sot bars left undone without Infidelity la the country. It waa a season of severe trial, without doubt; and I folt every day and boar thai wo wara dishonored by permitting tba public property to bo seised, tba authority of the government to be set at defiance, aad tbo flag of the Hatoa?4bo emblem of unnumbered victorloe aad of tba dominion or law and social order?to be trampled under foot, while scsroofy a voioo waa raiaed to denouaoe tba trot son. Tba sentiment Itaotf was la ovary heart. That troth Is sufflcioolly attested by tbo generous rosponao it received. I merely gava It utteranoe. and thus appealed to tba country from tbo submlaaloo to insult and wrong, which waa degrading and destroying ua. For thla flag, ao exquisite In workmanship and ooavaylng a compliment so grsneful. so worthy to ho prized a> d cherished, and for thla autograph book, bearing on Its pages ao tntny Illustrious namsa?coming, aa they do, from a lady who does everything graoefnlly and wall?1 can never ha sufficiently tmnkful. Aad,air, I bog you to assure bar that it will bo preaervod by mo a d my family aa a pos se salon of tnoatlmabla value, aa a algnlfloant manorial of the graateat ortaia la our h la lory, and aa a grateful memento of Ihoaa with whom It baa boon my happiness to be aasoclatod la thla noble enterprise for tho relief of the gallant man who have become disabled la tbo coon iry'< cause. Tba flag is blao, aad moot beautifully and arililtoaHy finished. It la moontsd In ouporb stylo, and bears seve ral toaortptl'ina of battles, fcc. Aa soon aa Iba presenta tion was over tho crowd quietly moved out to lb* Arms aad'rrophlea room, whore the greatest excite moot pre vailed over tho 000teat lor Iba armv sword, which waa, In fact, tho graat feature of tho cleaing bourn of tho fair. TBI UNION SQtTAM BUILD!NO?GLOBING BCBKB8? iNcimrra or rmi sword oajrrmr, etc. Tho oloolag day aad Bight ef tbo Fair at tho Union eqnare boildlag wo e oharaotorlrod by nothing mora than tno uaoal arraaauiasato o- prorloeo evenings In tho earlier part of tho day tho visitors wore aet vary earner oua; hot during the afternoon aad evening tho betiding waa fllleo, aod a ruoh waa kept np until tbo large boll lofted tbo hour at whieh the Fair waa to bo dooed. There were quite a number of old faoes to bo aeon among tbo visit ors, but thla may bo accounted for from Iba fad that season tickets wore admitted to both buildings yester day. But there waa alao a number of them who dealred to take a leal look at the Fair, aad who had not visited It before. A great many persons who caaaot follow tba maxim, "Never leave u(TII I to morrow what rou can da to day," aad who delayed their Tteil until the last moment, were to bo found perambulating tba different departments Tboaa persons might bo hoard to oiler lehtimsnls of fegret thai tboy bad not boon before at tba Fair, aa they scarcely bad sufficient opportunity to aee all that waa to be aeon. It is true that tboaa parties missed much of tho real gems of the Fair. Among thoao bright particular gems might be mentioned tho majority of tbo lady attend an la. Owing to the fattgua cooeequenbeipon tbelr arduous do Ilea eeveral of tbo ladles have Men 00mpolled to reolga their poeitioos. and tblo fact, of o urea, somewhat ao oounts for MM lack of adornment which might be notkod yesterday at Iba different tablea In tba Union aquaro building. From tba opaniog to tba oloelng of tbo Katr tbo Ffsaai.D baa faithfully chronicled tho events which have trans pired at this bul dtng, aa a branch of the main eatabllsh ment In Fourteenth street. The Children s Pepartmeot. tbo Knickerbocker Kitchen, tbo International Depart ment, tho musical nigger, and, tboogb last not least, tba gboats la tho Park, have received their due share of at teatloo. Those incidents will long ha remembered In connection with ao stupendous an undertaking as i^a Sanitary Fair of New York city. It will not be out of place here specially to commend tbo efforts of tbo ladies in attendance during the whole time that tbla building has been open. They have been unceasing In tbelr eflbrta to forward tbo interests of tbo Fair, aod aomo of them have even bad to sooeumb to lllnaas occasioned by their severe duties. Night and day they have been on band. Tbelr welcome and smiling vlaages wore everywhere to be eeen, and were It not for tbelr gentle, winning waya. the receipts in tbo treasury might not amount to so much as it ran now t><aat of. In tbo Knickerbocker Kltcbeo particularly tbo ladles have bad much work to do. The constant rush of vlsit 01 s kept them buoy at all times. Although republics ara aald to bo uagrateful, yot there is scarcely a doubt thai the work of tbeoe charitable aod patriotic ladies will ever remain green In tho roooilootion of tbo American poople. THB SWORD CONTRST. At I be branch lolling booth In this buildlag the rota ef registry closed, as at Fourteenth street, st two o'clock precisely. Up to thst time there was coasMorable ex cMecaeat around the polling place, but on IM cloee of tbo book tbo people did not soem to t ike so much Into real In the matter. However, towards eeren o'clock, matters begaa to look hrtefc. aad subscriptions poured lata Ike ballot box, which had been placed la tho osaat position prevMtaly occupied by tba registry bonk. Am awtlnua sad laqolrlng crowd sarrotraded tbo booth, and many were the Jokea cranked sad tbo bets asade relative to tho oonteel Mt quoatloa As the graat oentro of attrac tion regarding tba sword was situated in tbo Fourteen lb street bonding, M Is not nooeooary bora to dilate upon the by-play .mi., which bare took place. A few miauiaa before eight o'ntonk, however there wara aams flva or six hundred people congregated oppoalta tba booth. Co rieolty brought meat of them In thla dascrlplioe. They wanted to ens tho float operations attendant npow the ctaalng of the bn'ot box. and those wara somewhat m to reeling In tbamnslvsa. tho nourtoouo young gon.lomaa In charge of Iba ballot box streaaoaaly exhorted the crowds in front of him to come forward aad ?ote lor their favorite gee oral. '-Now is your it me? oaiy tan mWutas snore left; tho ballot box la about to cloee. Who watfto to table another vote? only lira minutea lett." T>aaa wars some of the axpsaaslons uaod, aad whieh wara somewhat oordiaily responded to by th* crowd. ? . (t waa six mlautoa te stghl when some half dozen te?. tlemon cnaae up to the ballot box and drappod la emrern* large bulky onvelopen. Ibis bulky aubatai ce of course, waa coostrnsd into greenbacks by tb? crowd, sod they ware ao douht oorrocl About one asloute bo'oro tho box was closed an old, cray bsadod bmm huatlod bio wn* through tho crowd, and dopnaitad a ge?d slzod *nve?opa la the b?x. attor which oparattoa this receptacle for srroabaok votoa waa closed up. Two reaprctahla looking * . ^a - - aa laa . > J ak.. .r. .?fa i* as ad. members 1 vanoed, FMtrtes ooostoi- . branch building la Union aq??ara was concerned. Galas frem ?'Arsbylhs ?last," I^rolffllto* with lbs breath of Oriental notoa flowera. are aot ao antraac Ins as the perfume of tke^VltlilT BMJOlllllO CKRKUH of PHAUJN A HON. hut ssind thnt you have tho rani thing." with the endnrnewont "rhaion A Ban. Farfumare, \Hes Tnr>." blown Into ihn glass of the bottin. All others nro spurious. Bold by nR drnsgtata. Am Klrgsnt sad Cheap Article.? Healthy and durabls. Oron lal'a Fatenl Prepnted Cork glutting. A large n*0"rttnenl ?f Msttreaaaa and yurnlturn Ouahiont. geata for Ooaohse. Tkeatrea. AO. toaatanUy on head and ardors sued at Ike my shorieei notice TW Broadway. TOA. ??"?r. Mr ? Oi..|uMn. , ? Boa* Oiam ?. MM. tt. 11, 40. IT. M, 4-t. IS, ?o, 6, M. U, SI, 40. ? ,, .MV"' ?UN I/i?*?rU H IMk ?1, M. 68, 19. 44, It, 7fT?, fc. 49, ?, ft. ?? '*????' 8* C*-? (?MT. Iltll Ouh IH>Ainl ft I Mi 49, 41, M, >9 4i. W 11. 1J. 73. 57, 44, *, tt. Cum WU^ril n I1H IV, VT, 68, 4, 61. 11. 71. 74. 7H, *?, l?( 45, tT. VrMM, Bill* * Oa? bum. but Oum M-4?m n. uh. 49, 8, 60, 46, ST. 19. 46. T*. '25. li,\\ 5W M Ouh 4<>?4?rU n. IML 49, 61. 36, 31, 16 . 69, 29. 14, T?. 1], 6m, 3), u Frliw Cailietf la All Ij?i?iIuiI i<?tta~ ri?, u< lihrn?tlM llna. OAM.*fllf Kit A DBNJAMIB Brut M* OkMt'ul Krwl. PfciUdolpttta. frlri** ra?h?d In All Legal Lottorlaa. I?fiia?iW t qo^ n wall ttrMt. B. *. Lalttrr Vtahau Oa?k?4. joaBPH Ball. Broker, n fiN arw, room Ha. L A Rfaattfal r?mpla*???t ? Lairtin Bloom of Toufk NipMM arorytklirg jimmUf id bMiiiirrioiiboenwtrtniM aM atta. ? Broodwar mm drugstau ararytrkarai _ . Araaiatla ScbMaM 9ekaap|Mi KU00 aaaaa Boktodami Hrtaiwi. la BaaA 1.IW0 caaM Cognac Brata. t.QOf) nM?a oU Bnmrb*w wklafear. t I.OHi eaaaa BufMra aa? Hfcarrj Wfoa &?&SXi'~ ^"?JSltnoJjug. AllMtk'a Faraaa Fi??tara.?Aai Ml toool atlmaUat Bkta applied oror tk'a mln af flk otomaek atl kowoio. rollstm oimm aad roaMi|. mmt oorroou flaUlaaea aad Iko weoainoaa attoadaat apaa taa Principal da pot. Brutaoik Houaa, aad hM kr all 1 glata. Chaato as loo ?nit Para m Bnnw. The fragrant Botedont ta a ecieatifle compoeitloa ef the pnreet tend choicest lagmjlents or the Ortenta rmttlS ' liW'T- K,Tr lagredleal U well Aaewa ta h??t kna Rclal effoot oa the teeth aol lumi lM emhalmtaa or aad aeptlc property aed a dalUeta aromatic fragraaoe makee M paallr a toilet jittery, and a pleasure la ilia it, aa H reeiae*? all disagreeable (Mara, a?? that af leaecro (i ep?eittty ? morn thoee raraga* which oblldren *e*taia la their lull owing tafauroper use of sweat and acid article*. whlak tm perceptibly destroy that*. wteh street. New Turk. A ParAat Hair Djro?Miliar'*, a?l* M cent* per box. Try H Bold by all druggtotn. Depot WDor* A Thli? ?'"???'CJMwAlT ui *l*ar.~~2i p"?Vin* y Addraaa to Hmakor?..Pallali A Meeraheum manufacturer*. Stt Inwrna street. naar Af Bowery aatl (nndi al wnalaaala aad ratall. Plpee aol IB order rspetreX ballad and mauatad. ??rataa'i ? *aeletar CoIwIm fcr Aha Hair, blaok ar browa; harmless aad perfect. Mad a aafwal* y far prlrete a*e at Ml Hudaoa at., aad IM Bowery. Nk Batahelar'a Hair ?rt-Tha Baa* la world Harm lea*. ra I labia, lalaalaoaaua. The oatp p*? fret dye. told by au itwm<in Paotarr M Barclay streak Brilliant aad Paw*rhil Day aad dl_ Double Pnrapectlre Plain I. for tha A eld. aaa, ipira aaA tnurld'a uae?compact. |>ariabla aad afflatent. A spteadM assortment at HKMMOtfr Oculists' Optician W?H Broadway, under I .atarge Hooaa Brastlllaa Pebble IpaetacUa aad By* Pieaerrrra. ta atrengtbm and Improve the al :bt of old Ml young, by day and night, without Bala or fatigue Highly recommended by tha medical faculty. BSMMONH, Oeenllata' Optician, Broadway, oppoelle Bond atraal Cartoa do Vlalta, 8 for |l.?*allifaetloa warranted. Proof ehowa. PBRCIVaL. lit Chatham at Crletadaro'a Hair Dyr, PrtitrraUvt aad Wig Depot, wholaaala aad ratall?Ma. ? Aster Hooaa Tha dya applied by aUtfuI artiata. ^ Canvraii.-Thr Imagination Can Bngp? mat nothing mora delicious than the Congress Bourbsa, Punch aad OordlaL Sold everywhere. Whole vale ageel* In Haw Terk. U. 8 Bar naa Jk Cow Wholeaale agent* In Boaton. P. J. Tlnkham A Co Cartoa do Vlalto of l<ato aro aha Boat to the oltr by TaUOBAB, Bowery, IB Proof* Ira mlnntoa after sitting ClAtk aad Parchment- Ta(i far ?>l^? pine Cotton, Wool, Plat, Aa., al TICTOB B. KiVOIlt 1 IS Chamber* atreat. Dr. flfarchair* Catarrh Rnaff la tha beat remedy loawn for Catarrh, and all diseases oaiiaod by a Cold in the Mead It open* aa>l purge* out all ohatrao tlon* strengthens the clan 4a. and giro* a healthy aotloa to tha part* affected. told by all druggist*. Doafaoaa af Children and T??a| l?k* J act a.?A very popular error prevail* among naarly aB olm?aea of paraon*. encouraged by many medleal uia*M tlonera, that Dt?fn?* with Diaahargaa from the Bar* aaa net be on red or If cured, weald lua-d the eoaMUutkea otberwlaa. Wa refer to that form af daafaea* vrislag frea* Scarlet Kever, Cold and other cauaaa. ?? prevalent am oof ahlldroa and young persona. Rgoerlence prorea sat all tAe dancer llo* In tho error and an* In tha cure; far ?ue'i aaaaa wbaa left to them ?'-I re* aad the effe-t* af nature lo ho ?'outgrown.** aa I* rnlgarly aipraaaad, amallr termln?taa ta deaf naa* nor* or laat eomplata Oo maar laatanee* total (tearaaa*. with loaa of *p?*oh, earaaa) baalde* which tha ofTentlre dlacharg* owiUnite* a perpetual aoaeyaaaa aaa anly to tha patient hlmaalf, hot to hi* Immediate f-lend* ao4 Twenty year* aieluelr* practice In tha ireatmanl and an of lb I* efaea af daafneo* by a regular phyalelan Juatlda* tha aaaertloa thai *noh coaa* caa he aal aro roadlhr and parn^ elaawhorv who bar* been tnllrelr cured by the writoT (?me of then* naar year* *too*>. although tho d!*?*** ha# eileted la *n**o laatanee* tweatr aad thirty year*, w H hearing more or lea* lafoot'Ta. The raaoll of tre*tm*nt tm all auoh *aae* I*, the Dtaaharga* Bemored, Hearing Reeerod, Health Caeioapt loo able. Par further laformallon and rut' ?renoe* apply lo P. A. CiDfVLL. M. D . Oenll*t aa4 Aiirtat, St Clinton plane (Klghth atroetl, wed aid*, sear Broadway. Biamlaatlen* free. 0?ee houra from t to B Rlllptlc l*wlag Hacblno*. They aro tha beat. Boa them before nnrehaataa. oppiob or bboaowXt, y. r K. Nandaa, *45 Brand way?Nondoo* Chocolal* le reoomnend?d to poreon* of dgWepl* health hw It* beeefloent and aourlablng ooaliUe* The *olobr-ta4 ChoeAlate Bon Bon*, w^ll reputed for their eiaollont teat* and Aaror aro preferable to any other aaadla*. whkah aaa only injorlou* ta the health. Oaaraad'a Paadra Rabtlle Cpreeti Hal* from low forehead* or aay port of tho body. Wamatod m hie new depot. IM Broerlway. Ooaoral B P. Batter.?I* ho a Oroat Man? What of hla Intellect' Hli moral aenae* and hla **e*ol .nature! lee the PFlitSIIOt/XllCAl. JOUR*" At.. May Ma, aow rearir. for a complete analyal* or h'a charamer, wltfe Portrait aal Rlography. Phyatognomy, Phrrnology, i'h?*t ology and Psychology la *ama number. It cent*. ?'nrTI ceitta all the number* ui January may ba had. POWL8R m WRLLS. Broadway. Wew Targ. Oraror M Baltsr'i Hlchoot Pre ml naa Klaatl* Htltch Sawing Maehlna*. ?? Broadway. Baw Tort. "Har MaJoatjr" Cbampaane.?Tho Rey al Wine of Bogland. 1.091 eaee* of tala *iqul*lt* Wine far ?ale, at |? par aaaa W H WARD, Bo. 7 Broad street. M T. Important to Soldier* Dlaoharaod fbt wound*.?The $100 bounty- I* now paid. Apply with dla ?barge Cnmmunlaatlona hr mall promptly atiawerod aad blank* sent BOM KB BROWS M CO.. lfo. 2 Part plaoo, Iran Paraltnro, Bodotoado. Cradloo, Ac., af *r*ry deaorlptlon. for foreign aad donaaetle 'ra ta. M CHABB A CO.. Ml Broadway Oppoalte M JHeBotao HotoL Japenlca, Certain bat Harmtaaa Halt Reatoratlr* of the Hoclalo Hyglenlouo of Now Tork. Pi>00 ft) centa aad >1 per bettla ?>7d by all druggist*. Depot IM Chanbor* street. Mr Boaatira! Walking Ooat. ta ?m-Oraeeful Oeersocka, ?J*?a??_ ?pr1ng gtoek Utn. CLABKB. lit William *tr*A. Hatha I>eatrojr.?Oaard Agalalt Beaaa* mtcally sad certainly, by using Cedar Camphor among yooa cloths Not eommon white camphor, or tiroes erode ea? phor. but Coder Camphor node fc* H ABBIB ACHaPMaB^ Boeton aad sold by all VTomloeel drugg st*. ?a, Prrehira, Tap, Kraptloaa. ?' *nn, Bellawnesa, Plooh Worm*, to . a irstM '8 Italian Medlealod loop, at Ma bow depot, 4M Bmrwmr mt ? Olanao WHOLB PtBLOOiP TUB PABBMM ^ amHBMBN'B, MIMBB-'aBB OBII.P?BBy fm order to do tha yoa are larltad tatXlB* ^ib *' OBBIB. Ba HI hr? la mat aad meet *ampl*telyi I Btatoa. Par tha carnal > ? Thai UBIted upward* of eoo baodred at is* dmpl*et form to soy that aa a hatter he baa eat oelr e< aa hla oauid narcely ?"greet ea ad8W*t to the < mlearn* department, and It le,Weltered that I Ie' lo equip her - hIMrwa eaMefBetod y fr -as |_ . veralAed an asawtmeet. le the'defeat moat efg? * *-,tT?sw 'frr.u.TTmi*.! Traaooa, B laat la Rteaklnga, *a.-HiraB A CO."B Badnol Oaro Traaa aloo eoly at Wa l'mi aiaal lady alt*ndant._ WIM, Tonpsoo. Hair Djro, Hair Dyolnfl aad Moldaoh Cream ior heautifykc Um BMr, at W. A BaTCMBLOB-B. Id Bead street. Wit color M Wiloaa'a Highoat Pro a*l aaa lack Mitch low tog Maohlaoa. BM Broad waya Watahaa aad Jewelry Par sele b OF AU* T OBOBOK C. ALLBB, tlS Broadway. One door below Caool street^formerly II Wall Mreal Wlldar'i Paieat Ralamander Bafoa.? The baa PI re Proof tafo* in the world. Dope* 100 Maldea lane. W aa. T. Joanlage wnaid ba pleaaed la ?e* hie o:d otrV-, *rmy and narr pal rocs at ttt *nd ? Broadway. Uameais to ordrr. Large sterh oi rea.l| maao i Ototblag and Purolahing Woods at aodcrMs shargoa

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