Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 16, 1850, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 16, 1850 Page 3
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NEW YORK HERALD ca ^ cl? JAMBS aORDOR FROPKIBTOK AND I9IT0B. mciP ' " ' "DI&KiDI*1 of ..?vall?SWf ftlrtVB m.3 -1 y ItAll.r HKM.tlJ}, IIw* >rr coyy-fT f>r ? ',F 3 HA' H'A'A'KI K HKKALl). <?r? Saturday. tnU ptr w mm, or ISpt' *?? ?; ?A? Iturofmam e*tiee $4 fw , ioW/f^V lA* CM UiTTICKS by Mil, yWr tuktcrtftimu ar wllk a^Hf- f ffcr??? k (Utl-iuU, ? potto#* ?jll M A? ' MM'I / t V VOLL STAH V COKftUXPUHDIWiCR, Mmlatmtni important 111 aw,, toluVtd from amy tjuarUr of tk$ world ; if Uitd, will W tt Mbr'.llly /or. . Jtffi ShTH K tnhtn of ukmiiwu uwiwiMlte. 17* A mC rvfum rrttcted communicimtn I. / JDVK&TINKmRNTN returned mr| nr??. >< ABTOR PLACE OPERA?LvetA di uwnimci. c BOWBRY THEATRE. Howenr.?Pieaubo?Rob Rov. t] BROAI)WAV THBATRB, Broadway.?Eitbkmc*? Pooa Coi n Waltul. u l KIBLO'S GARDEN, Broadway.?Cvy Bakhbeibs-TB- r tftbak or '7V. ' BURTON'S THBATRB, Chimbor* SwiOti famil,v?Z. T. E. I NATIONAL TUKATRB. Chitkui iqikn.?Ctno to tm ' Bacu-Wiit or w'mt-TtiN-wish?Pbbbon Bp*. i cuaiarrs opera housi, boot?*imf Hail?etm*- I WlAJf M:innxi?. ( OLYMPIC.?Pi?*o?'l kohhiia t CHINESE BD3EL'M.?-(Bu>m Last, akx> YAUioit Cc c CASTLE OARDW?Svmkia fitm. j Tnts Eva?i*?. " CA5TI.B OiClDBN?itacbbi> i'nscdlT. ^ R?W York, N?n6sf, Jun? 16, 18M> ^ TflrgrApliIr Summary* c ow intelligent-*- Orleans is of such a u character as to preclude the probability of any seri- t ?b8 difficulty occurring between the United States ^ ??d Spain, growing out of the recent piratical inva- v sionof Cuba. Notwithstanding the doughty procla- t nations and pronuncianiantos of lh? cabinet, winch | have been circulated through their organs here, it ? would appear, according to the latest intelligence t received trotti Cuba at New Orleans, thit the ( Americans who were imprisoned by order of the i > Captain General, have been discharged. This t news, if true, settles the difficulty at onc?, and j j deprives Mr. Clayton and his associates of the , chance of making capital out of the matter, as > attempted to do in the Poussin affair. t No business of any consequence was transacted { in Congress yesterday. The Senate agreed to adj t journ from Thursday next to the following Monday4 j The House was engaged in discussing the old story j ?the California bill?but nothing new was devc- j loped. The day was occupied in discussing an > amendment to Mr. Green's proposition, to run the t Missouri Compromise line to the Pacific, to the t efl'ert that, if the people of the new territories, in ( forming State constitutions, shall exclude slavery, it shall be no impediment to their admission into the Uiion. The debate will be found in another ] cohrmn. i We learn by our private telegraphic despatch, j that the Hon. Henry Clay expects to bring the < C?m;vomise bill to the question of engrossment by j Tbn?day next. This is good news, although we j imjht have expected it from the fact that the mo- t tion to strike out the section relative to the boua- i danes of Texas, which was no doabt made with j the view, if [lossible, of killing the whole bi 11, but t ?hieh was rejected, on Friday lust, by a decisive ? "vote of twenty-seven to twelty-foor. The crisis, t therefore, so fur as the Senate is concerned, is close ] a: hand?and may be reached even before Thurs- j day. 1 Now that Prescott Hall's nomination as United j States Inf trict Attorney for this district, has been j confirmed, we suppose that Mr. Maxwell and Mr. t Brady, the one the Collector, aod the other the J Postmaster of New York, will next have to go c tliriiiwili tlio nri^otl TK# NrnKnKililV iu tknt tkais r """"f" - cam-* will l>e acted upon before long. We arc glad to wf the ordinary business of iher.ation thus going on in the innate, aa well as in the House of Representative. It looks aa if the settlement of the slavery question, which has reeatsd so much bicker.ittg and ill-feeling between the Northern and Southern sections of the confederacy, wae not far distant. War with Spain, and-nc Mistake. So, it seems that Mr. Clayton and the present e*t>inet are determined to hav? a war, that is if we believe them, with some foreign power, aarf that Spain is the one selected. Several of the srgnns of the cabinet in this metropolis, made the announcement yestsrdsy, detailing the |?'Mti\ie information that the Secretary of Stats regards a t'upture with Spain almost unavoidable, in eon^ qurnce of the di.?puli*<l <)ues:ions growing n< of the r rcent invasion of Cuba, under the com- ^ jr. mi of L> tpez and his pirates, or- r*tnots, as the 0 mm may N ?. In the 7> we f.nd the follow- g ing dispatch ?? 0 rscniijt v *a* betwkici aw m* itmith) h STATUS. il Wuhimsm, Frt '.ay .Inns 14. Tbi> Pi-erstb ty of fltate has r?"e*lve<??l. patches flrom Ornrml I'smi- I-U our CoumiI at Havana, Inforailii* a tb<j govrrrtne at ths? th?> of Al<v>jr (Oovsroor _ llrnMtl ol Cub S) prrrmploHl; to ?ufrt-n<l?T ths < c.i tov pritour fs, allb< qkIi {.rewf was t'.w that thsy t lilpV^l ?itbout aa knUnto^yartlelpaliog ( la tha ipe<lulr n Mr Clajton 1 *? def j>atrh-?i to?tro?tlcr? to fl?neral f ril to Dial ran un|u*l(W-l d^oian'i for th? prt- M sob?r* and in I be ???ntof aaothsr r*<wa*l. wirwill be il. rUr.J St fpain t Mr lluictr ha* (tlx n .i*?nriM?^?? t! *t K n<i?n 1 will J not tMstfrrs. e? ??t<t?rtnn tb? c??r* af the I'nlUii fmiK tbu* far ui ?e?e*p?ionabls. Mr <;.s?t n n<? ' ??l<4?utly ngard . a rtpture with h hpaia a* i.a'?.?!< ?> <! If thi? a.;>gular announcemeet aj>poa-?d in the TVf'nui* r.lcnr, the editor of wliirfe ia wi A'u?lunjc- ' t? o, we mifiit, out of pure charity, oonwi't it a re- ft *n >1 of Uia-ci rbrt ltd SlirnrnuuiMa uu (licence. '< which w?? r - niru'it iOHtrd through th* nto.e < h<m- u nri, dining lie all' rioted r< voIuImmi in 'rt-land, M about a yrar ?;o l.'ait Una intelligence ** me* to t* e tn>in Wa^Ktn^toa, not oa Mifve^tuamor autbr- *> tiiy alone. It to corro bwdUj. to a \rry >ucsidera- ^ hi. ? !>} a ri< rr c . ai:io-j?,'hut eqully w irlibe, I* anuouiu-rinrnl m- the Courier and ?"?<?w r, of pi whHr'i the follower are <b>- ;>rin< i(>?l (winIf, the ni our *i? nttttin;c h?- aa to whit the tt'xnet T Would ibe to do, k?>( they the JWWrri? 1 '< i*r?'r ?it ra??* etna. ! m We tare print*r jfl'N bv i?l fmph fr? onr , j|, Hutki-idiw. ?i rrnr^ut <i> n?. vtlirb r*prr?*nt tb<- *"> ailioii ut v'jr l?ialla n# lih cub* m bring l> ?? ?atlmUh>- " t?.rj iban 1?? W??u r-j??>ri*.t hitherto D*?patcl * hi tu'f t- u ??!* <1 a? t? ^i?l? 4. ftrtmml. Inn *r I'jDit'Uii our ( uniul a' Havaaa bj the tteamar Im " lw cai. <1 4 or Mh. In ' t<-h h- ?t?: n that th? e%; wi tain - ni the li tr(ian4 ?V t><? fa'ah L?u4 will prnba Kj t>? > t t j the 1j* i-b anth'<-i<lr? aulraa tb? 1 t iiti >d Matuj^in an "innn- Jlatrir and p>r? mpt<v no itlf iiiltrt tn 1 h? thaf pn?"n*r?. U aa* brlirt?j. . uJd h? treated m th a ter>?y Tbi? ??? th? IbijwniK'B But uakj ut lh? roanl, lot of U? Amerteaa '< ?feil-Bia<>*r?, and uUj?r? lir Havana ^ Mr i tini'kll * r r p. i ? n>?>i-ur F? ???|.tor ly Jo th? mrr, rnlrr of Ih# ^rlaonara, f< ?.! ( tk>?t n* > Lit lulu IVfk-a ?*ul4 b?r? any ?f- rg, t'U il?tr?(?ufk^ l?a.|? our <*trr??jM>o- J <1?|U to r tbv at lif M?m* Jlk'jr ?*r? *rt?>p Mr 1 ,:r ? Miujto-n i.k.i r-fni'w i Mr Clayton's i^tcretton* pr ?.l Ibr 1 rI llirl It'- rmi'tnarial the t % prin Bvf bfei < % ?iwl 1'ir il??? f Mr t amj' ?II l-tl?r? All lb# | ? ? l*;** Wrr* top H>er?t notnth- otl 'ak.ilir^ xtir rum T? I lut ') 11 o'rrulatrd Id the ' ( ? contrary It ? i wUMi, tbit lh? /rllll '<I|14M v e tl.if 1 , .irrt ? > >'' H t V rl,:' t rr. vl U.i Bum... a U? IfcJ- fa'.i #f ?!i? |> to >n?r? w*? (I |.-r ronra>- ui'iKaia. ni. V#- Mr I'Uyi n ? il??p?trhof ' M.i n il I., ii c> ,i, d |. | ,, ? 11?? iiiwi. r ??? <& I . th?lr , 1"1 t^ii* I Ii n f i , b .l * ? I" L?Y? *.'!.? tffi'ft |>< n *i fc J f h t1 .r, ?. I 1b? ."/fcir.Oi mViWtrr ki ?HJt V??n ?can ??i-i? tha ! |,n rr.rtl ol Il r I'aU?. hi* *ir *r 'ba tan t "?f <!? I fllrbr* hf i(i ; liiun hi: V? tb'f t.irr utikijii*u. ?* Thf lifffti f ?I?ir?lii i , ? 1, "V? l?iliv Tli? It? ??im4n ?traMi n ( il mi .1 ' " I ?< > h .ij lb* 4 uban nut hi i ili?? l - : b * il.ilir r Mr li'j'Tj ttujr n r r.r? > am " ?? tio nrt tn II? ?!rlf?tlotj In tli !? }?? Tb? o'tt n# <li r|-ai< l . > fr< i i Mr Caiu(<l.?U wIlk U tVM tnf ilb nutitty * | mi Thua, lh*D, on il* authority of th* c < ami nrc?!ht?d I'j t;ir ? ?f thr r ;f .irt, w tin ! ' f< t!r>< ti ?'f H.n.i'M liw |?>Miiri ciTUioly t .'i *?r *1 with Hp?in mart gr^w ?lit ?.fthcjvrfnt r >rr, :u P" aff?ti* Ulwvrn ihr I'nitrd aad ih : Cub.'* awbortttrt, that is If ?c ,?rr to t< lirv? ili*ni, m ?k? of Iho*^ orgniia gof* m lit u to ur, ** ?hai 11: ? I- -? ?| fi .! -i'l a a I **'i wliLfcul rrfcrfiH e to ih ;;?<n ur ic ??% (' In tht-, h?iHf*rr, th*y gr* a little ' lt< i fast ahead. Neither the President nor the binet has any power under the constitution to deire war, no matter howmuchaoever they may, r their own purposes, be inclined to do ao, ithont the previoaa (unction and concurrence Congrtas. It ia very true that Mr. Polk, ia inging on the war with Mexico, took almost the hole responsibility of that event on hisownshoul>rs; but he was aided and aasisted by the audacity, lly, and impertinence of the Mexican military aulontiea on the Itio Grande. The Me?:,Cans made le attack, and Gen. Taylor, tha tommander of the merican troops on th* border, was put on the densi\e, and the two countries were involved in nr without aiiy previous declaration sanctioned by ongress. It is doubtful if Spain will give the ialphin cabinet such a chance. In the event of a rupture between the Spanish auliorities in Cuba, and the United States, growing ut of our present difficulties, we can't perccive, lowever, how war can grow out of it, without its list being authorized by Cungret-s, and a debate and is . _ i i a.. 1 1_- ? lire UbhlOIl Hail uji>? 11 in uic uiu auu M ^uiai way. iVihaps, however, Mr. Clayton and the Gdlphin u! met intend to imitate the policy of Mr. Polk, u bringing on tire Mexican war; and if we are to eliev* their organs, they liave already made up lieir nitnds To bring about a collision between pain and the United States, on their own responibility, and without the previous sanction or conurrence of Congress, or without Spain, or the !l>anifrh authoiities in Cuba, giving any occasion i>r it. It may he done, too?but smart as the abirret are, in their own estimation, we hardly liink they will have an opportunity?but if uch un event should be the result of the present ( triplication oi atlairs, all the technical questious riting under the treaty, or tlie laws of 1813, will be ntirely set aside, and the whole impulse and soul f the nation will be given to carrying on the war, vith the same force as was that with Mexico. If he nations of Europe should be neutral?we mean runce una l<nglauil?anil allow tfte Lnue*i Mites mil Spiiin to tight it out, there can be little doubt >f the result of the contebt. In less than six months, ill the HUthority of Siwin in Cuba, and Porto Rico, would be entirely annulled and set aside. A great leul of danger and damage, however, would ensue, n the mean time, to the commerce of this country, which is scattered over every sea and ocean in the world. In the opirucn of the cabinet in Washingon, this might be compensated by keeping ihem in wwer. After all, however, this may be only anoher of the curious, sudden, and extraordinary novements which characterised Mr. Clayton duing the pnst year, and on a pur with that in conlection with Franco. We were on the eve of a war with that country for a whole week, in conlequt nee of the quarrel between him and M. Pouslin, and this prrmounnamento, through the cabinet >rgan, may be a repetition of the farce. The Socialistic Hi mbvos of the Dat.?The knockings of the Rochester family are, no doubt, very curious, but they are only ventriloquism in a .kn Tku.....o.u ?at..kliukA.i u,AP?k.. ?c" ilicjr ?cic no "uiiuj jf full credence, by the socialist journal of this city, ?nd, having hern fully encouraged, have rapped low to some purpose. The Rev. Dr. Griswold has aken them in hand, and goes in strong for spiritualem as the source of every knock, whether in one ilace or another. lie revises several editions of hese daily, and, probably, makes this speculation >ven more profitable than others, in which he has urned the brains of people to some account. He las made a g?od living out ot the writings of American writers, male and female, and stdnds a fair chance of making still more out of them, by getting some of them to sanction his spiritual im ositions. If a nev.- form of ventriloquism, added :o a little ingenuity, can do so much for the Rev. Dr. Griswold, we do not despair of his keeping his 'arriage one of these days. Ventriloquism is as ;ood an itm as any other of the socialist category. ind the longer the exhibitions are continued, the nore dollars will Mow into the treasury, to pay the peculators. People have thrown their voices bout, before now, to some purpose, and Mrs. 'i?h, aided by -the Rev. Dr., has an admirable pportunity of speaking to the purpose on all occa10ns. The science of acoustics is very interesting nd little understood, and is as fall of mystery as fine's enormous new principle in philosophy. By the way, the great shot-at, Mr. Paine, is at he Astor House, ultiug his ease, and seem* by no neans disused to " hang out his lii(ht*." We do tot like such delays. They are calcul ited to prove Mr. Paine to be a trifler If he has any inveniion >f practical value, surh as we h.ive been taught to >elieve, he owes it to himself and the community o be quirk with his demonstrations. We are willig to do hint full justice, one way or another, but, r he is dis(>osed *o tntke funis of the public, his wn folly will cocne in for castiguion. We have inhered from the socialist new*p:ip?ra the story f his doings, and have reported the rnmored proress, lut we shall not wut much longer for the llui-trations of the vniinted n<-w principle in philo ophy. The Hurlan T\im*cnpt, and Klihii Burnt!, nd the of the Tribimt, inay go on> a they have c?mn?acnl, promising wondera, hut he pahlic will b.iv?- iho whole matter Bitted. Our >wn belief ip, that tlie whole hH^it, k> f ir aa its ractieahility in concerned, is a groaa and f'?>li?h ni|<o*iti<'n, and tin unw-Uer it i? e*ploded, and the an is let out of tje bip, the better will it be. low ever, we will wait a little, a* it ia warm weather, for Mr.'a mnvementa?but a very Mb. _____________ Trui. or tmk linorucft* Mnm*?jfkir, it *t. /on ia ?The French Vice-Cam ul, of thin city, h ?a >?je to St I^aita, anil ia now, probably, *?<; inif i> *ie raae of the?e i.ifortunate men, w-lio a* > on i?J for the inuitW of Tberon K. Rtrauin, aod rh* have another ?v>d**tm>-m hanmng over tb>>m, >r the murder of another individual. Then i* mwvhing mjrc???ed the fart tliat th? Kr?* -h ioeA. onaul haa thua fw to watch the trial?* d ropie. naturally enough ?cquirf, " Why ia there*) reat a.i interest in the mere fate of two Krenet. len T** The eiiawer la the quciuo* i? atmpJe he?r kother* are ??t rapuhlieana They are the toaa of a noble family ; and, thoufih ihe governent d-HV not recogniae ewiije blood in lie code of e, the nobility of Fraace is really and IIIV M >? II III r JIIBI<B<<' U> II IV, I W.?? a mdrrd y?* r* ago. Ilrnor ii it that the I roth?r* ontrxqoML are commandiag the rr??? I ami it< hfulnmr of the Franch gt,vrrnm?nt Wrrr ry poor Ft nrh republican*, ahould hrar ihin>?, i.fol>?. Iv. of ?ny attrm>>-? to giv ?f>?m 1 e aid of thr fovrrnmrnt Aa ilty net aotlr, ; wfvf r, it ia <fLi(p a ditFrrrnt mattrr Th< proy le 1 Franc* hiw an rrliancr upon tfcenarlrta, * I f povrrnm? n? jwmi thr day wbro (Jm couniajr *in will l>* ruUi by thr wrptrr, win tlourithioc a r the crown Ilrncr, thr pama tafcrn ! ? prartf all aoblr blow., and to krrp thr rcutrhrona th* old fatnihr* ft Jin thr tarnmhing tlcia of or* m?t*scr*. Thr nm?tnr*nc* of tbr Frrach Vi??intid a.t Si. Louia v an amplr romm'itHr)- wn r aialr.?/ frrhng tow.r.In thr Frrnch n?l*luy. in unrr ?Ji? ia a republic in name, but whirl* irttaio of hrr dratiny. I'< 'tw* Ivrr rw I tl.x'* *r? l"*in? mtH- to br about puatngr rrfcrm, but wr do not think, m prrwtit ii||i^>ncrf, thai thr movrtnrnt will rr any chancr o4 rnifKM during tha prNint *? *i of CongrrM, t\r, at Icaat. uniii tbr gr '*1 qa-a(I of thr d?y Mull kiVr lio n artijrd and di?.po*d Thr reform, h<*-? *? r, ia loudly ?<tllcd for, and #*f h lliRdf fci fti r aa# IYr SkW l'n*v? ?Th* nf? |*v*r tich ii l? br pil>li?h?d in fw the ri?'?r of ndvrcttmfr ^>u:hero ifltewtt in ilw rnil c*pH?l, and tkrovghmut fh*' eonntry, will il* it* n>"?r tnrr < n M?n Uy h'*t- Tk?r* ? * f<>? ?t d?Tl i ( ruMtf to p*t th* tirrt nu*? T, ?nd tbr rru:<? it will \V* in** <? i, *?t lh?i 11 will ?i?rri<f it l>rnrfirinl intln^nOk* nn m.. *ler? *h?? h it i* <i*? gntd 10 protect. (Hean IUm BaTlfaUan?BmbII of C?i|ii UUon?Wondcrfml Immm lteuukl|M. There never *u a time when the public mind, 1 of both England and tho United States, waa ao much occupied and excited with the subject of ocean steam navigation, as it is now and baa been far iwo moniha past. Thia has been uaS^d "oy the organisation of the new hue 0f American ateamaiiii?> which waa opgmated, perfected, and auc- < cewfully put in operation by E. K. Colliaa, Esq , of i thia city, and the tirat vessel of which, the Allan- I tic, haa shown to the worli what she is capa- J ble of accomplishing, under unfavorable aa well aa favorable circumstances, againat head winda and 1 nead tear, ub well aa in calma. Theae veaaela have \ net aa yet had a chance of proving what they can { accomplish with fair winds, under both canvass . and steam, unless an opportunity to do ao, waa i vouchsafed to the Pacific on her outward trip. Of , this we shull, in all probability, be informed by the , next steamship from Liverpool. Thia new line en-' tered the field, or rather the sea, of competition, with the ateamshipe comprising the Cunard linesome additional ones of which have recently been constructed?for the express pur|>nse, if possible, of 1 outstripping the Cunard line. The two souutriea, iherefoie, with due preparation and forethought, have entered into a trial of skill in the navirrnfinn ?f fh*> nrfvn nnH nrp rnntpnrlinu fnr a valuable prize, viz: the passenger trade of the Atlantic, and the freight money of light and valuable merchandise, between Europe and America. The result is anxiously looked for by the people of both couniries, and immense sums of money have been already won and lost in the United States and in England, in the form of bets, j on the speed of the vessels of the ret-pective lines, j We have from the commencement felt a deep ; interest in the subject of ocean steam navigation, and have kept ourselves informed from tiine to time of the precise state of affairs connected with it. With the view, therefore, of placing our readers in possession of the exact state of this trial of skill and enterprise, we place before them the results up to this time?that is, the comparative siwed of the steamship Atlantic, and the vessels of the Cunaid : line, in their passages to and from Liverpool. According to the official register of the Cua&rd j Company, the average length of passage of those : vessels, was, in the year 1849, Dayt. Hourt. From Halifax to Liverpool 0 21 The average lengtb of passage frvm New York to Halifax, was 2 14 Avtrage parage from New York to Liverpool of the Cunard steamship*. ia 1848 It 11 The Am. ilum p Atlantic onber timt trip to Liverpool and with a broken engine for flee day* and a balf, made tbe passage In 18 m Difference in favor of the Cunard steamships under favorable eirruoutances, and against the Atlantic under the reverse II The actual time lost by the Atlantic was at least forty hours on her trip to Liverpool; and when we add to that her decrease of s|>evd on account of her broken engine, it must be admitted that her outward trip was an extraordinary one. linw, let us investigate the comparative homeward passage* of the Atlantic and the Cunard steamships during the year 1849, and also the comiwrative passage of that vessel and those of the Cunard steamships which left Liverpool a short time before she did. and the one which left after her. By the official records of the Ounard Company, it appears that during the vear 1849 the average length of the passages of the steamships of that line, was? Day*. Hn. Km. From Liverpool to Halifax 11 > 0 from Ilallfax to N*w York 2 T 0 Average psMagvfroaa LIvarp to N. York IS 10 0 P*?*ag* of the Atlantic from Liverpool to Ntw York, with a head wind and ?ea all (he time, sad a gal* a good portion of It 11 4 IS Difference to favor of th* Atlantis ovsr the average pa**age> of the Cu< , narder* in 1MV t ? 4S , Now for the trip of ths two Cunard sleatqahips, 1 which left Livsrptcl a short time before aha did and the on* that left that port after her:? < /) ?? Hn. Mm. Th* ?t*am?hlp America left Liverpool on the 25i h of Slav, and arrived at Nt* York on the litb of Jun*. at 6X o'clock A >1 , thu* making the trip in 11 SO SO The Allaatlr 1? ft LI?*Oa*l ?u the Uwth of A prll. and made the pascage in ..11 4 IS Difference in favor ?t th* Atlantis. . . 10 IS The A>ii left Liverpool on May Itnh, at 1 F m . and arrived at BmIou May 2*ib. al 1 30 P.M. thu? making the trip to the latter port in 10 0 SO Diflttenre between Barton and N York SI 0 Time that would have been occupied bjr the Aela If At had com* to New Vork instead of t*. Bostou 10 XI SS Difft rvne* In favor of th* A*ia 0 4S In comparing the passngi-s of the Asta and the AiIkuiic, it niu?t he borne in nund that from the time when the Utter left Liverpool, until she arri\ed Ht New Votk, she ?X|>erienced, with the exception of eight hours, a succenNinn of head wmda, w liirh increuted nt times to gales, and had tu encounter Hn excediagly roujjli he.-ul aes, which retsided her progress, at the lowest calculation, I twt nt)-four hours; whereas, on the contrary, the Ai-m had fair winds alinoM all of the way, and used her satis. The reault then is this t? f>*?? Hri. Mi<? ] rf u>r A?ta wna fair win** ?ln>o?t nil of the (Mataner. ?n l u>ing Mil 10 U K . P??>?p ol thr Atlantic. with hri4 I led- anil f?l- and all of thr < with tb* ?i?f|itloD ol i right he urn 11 4 II t I>iff?-r?nce In favor of *h? A?ia milrr th??r rirrvm>< ? < ** 6 41 < I<rt u? t.ikc the C-intd i, th<* Canard Mram hip, * hich Irft Liverpool afW the AtUiinc, and ( anivt d at Hoaloo on W^^?iJ?rHdAy:? /><>^. Mr. tf.-> '] ^hf madrlhf lrl|t la II 4 M The Atlablir raa4? it Irr 11 4 15 ' 'i In favor of tb? A lUnU ..?Vnri port to port 1 46 lilil <ilirrniii li 4W*ie? tl 0 i Total dlffrrrtie* Infcror ofiba At antlr 22 4* ' To mm tip all, dwr-forr. ai d lo eomf to th? t jmiiit, t*r h^ive rMahlii'hftl by ihr above fig urea, j * hit h are taken (n>m\ official r?co*l?, thrr* poiata ?.i the retult, vt* t? Tlmi thr Me.irnwhtf AI Unlit, with a broken enfi if, tn<l ;if;ain*t be*<1 ?rn?, thr i>nl*v>?:d < tr?.< lo Itiverpool, within twenty Jjtura of thr aver4* of thr C?#.ird hip* Wurin* the yew IW, which errUiaV waa d?<cg better than ttulJ h?vr been rraMMiatbly ?upe?ted under the cirONmtaiiCm. Th?' il r .All tniic made more that? an average ?l tie Cunnfd Meamhip* in IMP, on hrf trip fun Lit ?*po?d to New Yoil, tK* itflrrrmt tn hit faru iftr.t ttrv am4*ir km?*? That rkr br. t thr ctraiii'hif Amcnc*, which left J,it< i < t I/otir daye I* forr her. Mxtren hour*. Thu hr?Vpt the Can ?da, which Irfi Liverpool thfrr rfr m? ?l>r h.'J-, twrntjr-cw? hunw ud forty- I hvemm't'Ca. | Itintil.r ACir.tic, with hr.tvy head jcm, h"ad wn.da Mid X \Jrfc-ill li?' l*'*' g>. ?vii thr ejteption ol ill i hour*, i**- b? ?t? n b> Ihr Ami?whirh en- O I -w~" l?tnu<J f?v<>i *lnio?i ?(| of the w ly, p lirr ohiIh 'If ( ?* ?only f?ur- l? l? f n l.ti (US lii wJiatttn may w+ Ji?? lhi? Mr E K. rollhir, thf rMrtprifiiif r>Twfiimt?>r of iliio y|cn<lnj n Of w niw of Ann rimn ?,A*wh'P*? 'h* tiockbuMr.ra 'f n: <1 ili.- 1'iil'iic of ihrl aivt -fmvt- t-v.-ry rutin to r? jo?<-<? ?t lU* m nil, ihni t*r, of ilK'ir |x )?? nihiif *. Wiih i?nrh n ca rtiir?*-?n-? m>-ntf ua if r . i.< l? unfevornMr cir?wm?t4firrn ?l> .t ony *?-?.t ' t- , 11 U r\ . < 1 i f ih. r tr 1 v i"-fi'(?? h-r??fi<?r I M I>rt it hp N>rn? in n.inH, too, thuf il't* C mit'l i ^nd ^, 'hr A turtle*, *|<if- !> ? <?r? -< m < 1. rom,> ir?-d ?i h llnl ait tlif A inntli , *1 fr Hr (MMlfttl . < 11'lii*!?rr hinirt??the fu h< it??t |'kiw fr< m I i?< rj* I t<> Mm fti, from tl, l.i\> tyool to 1 -n<l fr. m fUvrrpuu) '?> New Y< tfc, in ih?*)r. r IMP. ** w? || *-> f.xm Ifo*?"nto l4\rr)n>f)l,*aurf Npw Votk to Uvpr^'l, aceo fiog tr> ifcr < It.tiiiI slat* tnrni.** t<ialmi>|ifi| hy ih? ('hh.'M U> I i iiifAiif, <Vf???b 'h*?r af^tt at 1U|in?, Tl Arrival of the Empire City, m latist nuhi tu iitutc* or Piiiii. Advices from Jamaica, dtc.i Stc., 4tc. The steamship Impir* City, Captain Wilson, arrivad ' fly thU morning from Chagrea, ma Kingston, J?maica We are Indebted to ths kindueM of Mr. JS. W. Hull, the gentlemanly Purser of tbs Jt. 0., for U? prompt delivery of onr parcels. The Empire City brings us a few days' later advices rr< m Pansma. Mr. Corwina, 0 8. Consul at that port who came passenger in the Kmplre City, reports that up to the day he left. Slst ult., there had been no further outbreak, peaoe and quiet having been completely restored. although it had been ascertained that a tew disaffected political aspirants (Qranadians) had used the most streunons efforts to array the blacks against the whites. Notwithstanding, thsrejis no Immediate apprehension of another disturbance in Panama ; yet a epirit of unessineis and disquietude prevails there among the better class of Qranadians. as well as among the Americans, lest the few designing Qiausdlans may succeed in inducing the blacks to attack the whites. Among the Americans the deelre is universal that our government should Immediately dispatch a ship of war to the harbor of Panama ; they teel as if llfa and property were not secure unless one Is stationed there. The gov't of New Oranada offers them no protection whatever. It has neithur the moral or physical power to enforce its own laws and keep In sutteetl? n itit own subjects, much lets protect American rn lX'iif. nr.* uiwiuv usp uinur rrijurnt ui vvuiuiuaum i Mrl'iu y. a* hr passed through I'tnama. rn route for ; San Prant-laco to dispatch a ship of war to the former p rt. and received every assurance of his wishes bring c?mplied with. HeveialAm rlcan*had recently died in Psnaraa; their n?B? r?uid uot learn I'auama. however. U com- I paratively benlthy Captain Bowman. returning from Pan Francisco, wai j robbed on tbe24th ult. betwien I'mianm anil Cruwi, Of ftbi'Ut $7 .IKK) in gold dust and coin ; hi* trunk was broken open, and that amount >ibr tract d therefrom, bv the negro boy in ohargeot tlw mule to which the trunk wa? lur-hed. Apoition of the treasure had been re- | coven d. On the name day and by one of the Mine patty, Mr. Marsh, of New York, who was returning in oonipany with Capt. B was also robbed of $1000, $600 of which had been recovered. The steamship Isthmus. though dally expected, had not arrived at I'auama. from dan Francisco, ou the i 31st ult The New World, W J Pease. and West I Point ro long due. had not reached Panama It was j apposed they were quaiantined at Valparaiso. The iteamsbip Teune-see. Oapt. Cole, sailed from I Panama for San Francisco, with about "440 passengers, ] on the 30th ult. The California. Capt. Budd. was to have sailed from the same port, with her usual comflenient ot passengers, on the 1st inst . and the British ark Farah. with about 220 passengers, on the 24. These vessels would take away not less than 1.000 persons from Panama The number of sailing vessels In the port of Panama was comparatively small and rates of passage, in consequense. were high. The Kingston and Kirkwood were the only American vets. Is in port . The American bark Nathan Hale, bound from New York ft r Cbagres. run on the rcets off Cayeos Islands,

u before reported in the llnald. Vessel total loss; all band* saved She bad on board a number of passengers. who. by means of small busts. made their wuy to Turks Islands, where the? chartered a brig to eenvev th?m to Chagres. at which port they were safely land.Wa..* ?k. OfUk nU tw wui iuc *rvu ui% The United State* Consul at Kingston had received ; a tetter. announcing tbe loss of the American brig Imperial. Capt Heaman. of Norfolk. Va She nailed from Savanna I.a Mar. Jamaica, on the 12th of If ay. for New York, with a cargo, roniistlug of rum. coffee, j pimento and logwood, and on the 1Mb of the same month waa wrecked on one of the Jardenello Kay*. ! fifteen mile* east of the Iile of Pine*. The rum. part ; oI th* coffee and pimento Wire saved, and taken to i (Jrand Cayman, there *old on tbe 24th. and proceed* ! paid over to the Captain The Captain, craw and pa*- j senders afterward* *ailed for K*y Went Mr. Cha*. II. Tboma*. who was *bot at Chagre*. by P t. Manccra*. wai taken to Kingston by the Empire i City, where be wa* left in a very precarious state. with no hop* of recovery. Mane era* had al*o arrived at Kingiton. and ?ffort* were being made to hare him a| prehended. and held for a requisition from the government of New Granada Krcru and nre ?rErii:<. (From the Kiug*ton (Ja ) Journal. June 4 ] The Royal Mail Company'* sieam-ibip Trent, Commnnoer Clark, arrived yesterday from the Main. I She report* no new*. The Trent takes the home mail* and will be ready for *ea at 3 P M od Tuesday. tbe "th in*t Tbe Trent ha* nearly (tee million* a/ iallm ii in tprcit im d Ani'ng her passenger* are two d?arfs male and female, froui Central America, m re%* to th* I'aited State*. THK Ct'BA EXPEDITION. (From the Kingston (Ja ) Journal. Jane 8 ] Some eieiUment has beeu created In this city, and. we dare say. in (be island, by the intelligence from ['alia that a body of American subject* had landed In tliat Irland with a hostile intention, and tbat ?om?i live* bad been lost in tbe attempt made by them to raise tbe vtai'dard of revolt in it Tbe party, which tnvristrd of M>me three or fimr hundred men. under tbe ci'mmandfof General l.opei made a ha?ty retreat, opon discovering that the Inhabtiante evinced no 41srositlon to jrin tbelr standard or take part with them n their attrmpt That this number of men should have hen found in the I'nlted States rash enough te enic*ge in *urh an undermking I* In no way surprlniig Nay. it i* probable that five or *ix times a* D>any thousands might be gut to Join It notwltha.ending the pneitive ci tnmand of the government to the fontrary By very many in the t'nited State*, th* possession ' f Cuba is aniinusly coveted and the an- I Delation of tbat Island i* with them a favorite mi** wre ? ney m ue?iroua 01 acconipu?ning u in oppo dtlon to tb* wiah of tb* government. and not to cur# about th* difficulty In which their rondort would plac* thla Uttrr Th* thirat for territorial artrrandii* mmt In increased by th* ?rt>irnti In Anrrlri of pirimii from <'uba dla?ntl<fl*d, ind Judly wi?h the conductor tb* government ua tb* ijnti tu ot eiclu?ton which in f?rrl?l on by It o>l ho ma; have nm?r?ii it the di*??'l-fi?etion which x'ftr in tb* ialat.d. and led to eoneliiaton" which ?r* not wall founded a* regard* tha di?po?itlon of the people But wbaierer miaihi h?v* been tb* Inducement* to the attack up n Cub*. the for?e employed by General l.opei ??? no Inatgnlflcant a* to di?courag* any attempt on the part of lho>* in the IMnnd favorable to a change o| the ayrtem Tt la generally hollered that th? dlacoutent which prevail* la wide plead and extend* to nil th* F.uropuan Hptniitrda ' ?l'*pt*d and that hoatile attempt! bjr American nbjtcfa w?U not e-aa* with th* pre*ent failure Tha Au erlcan government l? of coura* not re*p-<nalM* for lh< #cndu<-t of men wbo di?re**rd it* proclamation; ' and by dvapatchlng a atearner wiih information and to i?i>t in defeating tbe Attempt it ha? put it el f In * position to reply to any complaint from th- government of Pp*in Ho loog a* tb * gwrnni'nti remain npon term* of amity and good feeling tb? former lion I sanction any attempt by American ubjeeta to po>.**? thetnaetT** of the ialtnd or to instigate or k?iH the t'ubana to throw ofT their allegiance Th* lifrnnirnt of ita own tghjedi, and the dealr* of th* American people to po**e?a ('aba. ought to lead the r' Temmetit of 8pain to alter the abominable ayatara ahlth it iin pnraued In reference to it? eolonl** and ahi*h baa loat It ita valuable po.aeaalon* on th* Mxi I be ri*i|iUl(lt of th* Cuban* in 1 HftO were thoa* of It * -outii American' in IHIu and 11 la may to l>*r**tv* that the dominion of for**?th* loyalty maln!a ti< d by bayoaata- cannot much longer eilrt ?r t>* mforred We fear, howevrr there I* no nrnhabtlltv of of lb* fpuni-h rul?r? I?Im opened to tha ri?nr?? pMMlltflakl *i?<t th? forling which '.n?t*nt tiitrrc?nr?? with th? Aai'Tlran* Iim prol?Md and niu?t litrfwr Irnm ;>>r ( ;?i all Roihd, at Wtmuwiwi.?We ??ng ago (t*if the paiticular* of the famous printng job of Father Kilobit, which appeara to have oet liern found out by aome wiwcacrrn at Waahngum. Father Ritchie i* not the only one rejoieiU! in golden apoila. The InttHigtnrrr h*a hid onn' aire picking*; and the Rt/nMir, that In* th? Irlipht of doirg th?* printing of the cenaua pap^ra, ill make an enorm?ia turn out of the public trraury. All theae reciffnta of the p.iblic bounty ire trnly happy, ami fallow in the wake of the ireat <?*i(.|nn awindle. They are ali in one flret -regular invader* of the public cheat?getting that they can, and li?Uing on to it, itae a chirk >n a piae* of axlt pork Kitchie la net ? whit rw>rr exigent in hia demaa?i* than Crawfard ; an1 ' 'rawfard haneelf only frtHow* the grewt prece tita of uaage. Public aauadha arc puklic pa- ' lit iMm?and t*hik thiatxalird axiom ia fidly en- j < rrtt?in< d an<l eh'Tiahed, ther? can be no question i l - l_.t , .1 _ ?_ ^ 1 ( riiii hoy (iinnora ?n uif irea"wiy cnn or irtKru f nth tlir utnmM FVople cannot livr on milling at Wellington There ki?- a great nuiy * lis an profit '< furM ?, mut not to fcnve the ?inew? , f w?r, fi? hook or hy rrooh, in to be nobody in nlitira. M( n*y itihkef great nvn, more than la- J ntn or integrity ? - t faii.iM or t?ik t*T*?*nnip Att^^ttc.?Thr magifirent Atlantic, of E. K. Cniliga'i line, ?ok her departure for Liverpool yrnterday, nl 12 'cl? eh precisely, from her | ier, foot of C.innl rfl. ?he took oyer ermty pni*enger* and a jf* mni". Tier deptwturr Wan wiiae*ewl by thoukn?l!? of pef?ple, who lined the ilc lm nnl rh-er d rr i ? We ptw?d dnw t? the river. It in the hearty ih of ?T>r? one thit the Atlantic will, on thia "i urond jrip, do what the in c*pahlc of doing? *1 ie, in L? I In- ahortest pa-**?re on record be. Hi Kd{I Ad afid the Wnlted ftat-? Wc Irurn at Uiirr-fn in J m*- <*a, for l".n*Und, brought hy o Kmpir* C ity, irrw forwar*drd by the Atlantic. I.*> v i!l, ?? douU, reach Eufrp* u? tifiMn d*y* N wa Fkom Cvba.?We are informed by Captain 11 Uaher, of the brig St. Croii, 16 days from Sagua ia Grand, arrived yesterday, that an American, named tbi Sambden, occupation a cooper, belonging to, Phils- fgj delphia, has been in prison in Villa Clara for over fn four months, for bo crime at all. He was anrestad, together with others, under suspicion of being en- bo< faged in a conspiracy against the government, and th< the only ground for the suapician was, that he wn working near a building where some powder was mi discovered. Although it was proved that he had '"J nothing to do with the affair, he [has been kapt ia ela prison ever since. jjjj ~ bo The Trades. j Till INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS. ?? On Thursday evening, at halt past 7 o'clock, ths m ( Nsw York City Industrial Congrats met at Grand bei street IIall. parsusnt to ths eall of ths Vlgilancs tin Committee, ths use of a room on the third floor of the building having been glvsn ths delegates by the opera- I tive bakers, who have It rented for thesaseless. Ths W1 meeting was thin Delegates from abont thirty-Are bodies are on the roll; but half of them did net attend. j The chair wss occupied by Mr. K. Arthur Bally, I the President of the Congress; and Mr Usury J Pu Crete, the Secretary, was also present in his ofllclal rlIj capacity Credentials were presented from the delegate ... of the Irtn Moulder*," and a motion made to receive blm. when <1U' Mr. Ureuost inquired whether the delegate was sent . from a beuevolent or a protective society T P?' A Delegate?It makes no difference *' Mr. Vrimcii Lootkil?I am an Odd FelloV; and I * have no hesitation in saying that you might fill this * room lire times over with delegate*) from tbe socltie* ot Odd Kellows, which are all bt nevolent societies. The i "* questlwn l?. are delegates to De admitted irom an me Odd Kellow Lodges ? , Mr. Csetk, the Secretary, pro tented against thi? dls- * cuHiiou an irrelevant. They had. at the two former ln* meetings, received the delegate* without any question, or any motion to receive them, on (Imply presenting . l,P' their credential)!, and he did not tee why the Mint 1 course should not be now adopted. Dr. Jonassohk a German lawyer, who also appeared : ' as a reporter from the Tribune, and from a German pa- I per called der ScknrUpoit. and as a delegate from the . J"' benevolent association of blacksmiths, bald in broken English that this question bad been already deaided, ' _ by the fact of the reception of delegates on the former j ., evening A lengthened discussion here took place relative to , the basis of the Congress, when it was agreed that dele- 1 gates should be rtceived from benevolent as well as ; chi lrom protective tocieti**. . . ,nH The question was then taken on the reception of the Mr delegate lrom the iron moulders, and was carried in chI the nfllrmative. th< The credentials from the delegate of the Benevolent fro Society of Blacksmiths having been handed In. Mr. UHKfcuav again asked, whether this was a benevolent bei or a protective society. Another discussion enaued, da; which occupied considerable time. da' Dr. JoNAsttoii*. representing the blacksmiths, pro- bai tested against arty further discussion. The question J had been already settled a c A Dkleoatb?Only working men ought to come prl here as delegates. y Mr Uwi , t ne of the committee appointed to report p*< upon the basis ot representation in the Ovngress. said Co the committee wished for instructions ftom the Con- n gress as to the course they ought to pursue, lie mi thought a resolution ought to be passed against ad- th. nilttiug any delegate who was not a working man. and Th then the painful necessity would be avoided of offend- ' to ing the societies or the delegates sent by them who were not operatives. They could then go to the doctor Coi who sat In that Congress, and say to him, ''there is no- I 'j body sick here?we don't want your services." They ' set could go to the politiciAi (tor politics had found its I pl? way into that room) and say to him. "Depart, ft cursed, Ktr into everlasting tir? " (Great sensation.) Ttiey could thi go to the lawyer, and say to him, ' Go back; you are a 1 disqualified man.'' The war is begun with monopoly, and the lawyers, the politicians, and the doctors are ail the friends of the monopolists. I have no doubt . that these observations have created considerable bussing in the roem A friend of mine told melt I { would make this proposition, 1 would have these gen- ; J?" ilati.>.n hn??in? Kmif. nit lik?< h*#? Hat If thft i k resolution I propose ii acted on. they will ating bat . one*, and leave th?iir atlng behind them. and then the j constituent flrmenti of our Congreaa will be mil right. 'r< (Ureat applauae ) | Mr T Wild* (aid he did not know what the primary obj.ct of thW Counr*-** waa. There did not appear to *?] be any platform or basia of action. The proper courae, J *b* he thought. waa to obtain report* from the different ' bodiei who send delegate* here, a* to the state of their j respective trade*. the grlevaneea under whioh they mr labored, and the remedies they proposed. They would then have the necessary Information before then on J0* which to deliberate aud act. (Hear, bear ) 1 Mr B M INMN then mured that they ahould exclude all dlscnasion on preliminary mattars. and pro- , Tbl eed to the main bunneea of the Cougreaa. Thin motion wan adopted, and the delegate from th? *? blacksmiths wai received. I Mr. IIamiLion then raid he had a resolution to pro- ] pone, which, thonch it might seem to be premature, * and to conflict with the views net forward by Mr. I H ilde, and whieh appeared to be the aenae of the meeting, he thought it deairable to plaee on record, ?" with a view of having it referred to a conuaittee to re- | [*" port on. The resolution waa aa follows :? Jr* Resolved, That it be reeorameaded to the mechanics of this eiijr, aa loot aa possible. to organise ee-operalive nuioas, Tlv for tb* |>?rpoee of conducting tneir business for tbelrowa th< beackt. I ow Mr. Dsaa aecondrd the motion. I,a Mr ilatcoav said he thought that resolution waa j,al too sweeping und too social It aiao, In hla opinion, rra eiceedi d thrir powers; and if It were adopted, tbe ar- f tiele In the New York Hrrald. which aald that boya f,,r were trying to plev Congress, would be borne out Tne eoI course recon.mended la that reaolution might all be j very well for some tradee, but for othera. it would be mo dii-t'Uous. It would not answer the trade to which he litli ngid the oinaiueatal pamUra. They had no cap- j|T Ital to set up a cooperative society. aud if they took tr. ??ay *11 decoration*. according to the *oriali*t doe- | <j trice, lIn y would take away Lit living Thl*, then-- | tloi lore. ?ti a matter ?tirh ought to kr left to the cooili- ji , eration of t-arh trade There were other reform* worthy H . of attention??uch a* elate* prison reform?whlcn wi ulil be far better fur them to take up than to at- , in, tempt to tura every trade into a Social I nion If they Jul ?o. the community would only laugh at them. M hue. for instance would the practical aleatn engine I f maker*, and Banufieturin of other engine*, get capi- , tal to ret up lor them*elve* an In that trade' '' r Mr. Moaaiavn. ?t the llaker * r'oelety. replied to Mr. 'rr firigory bj pointing out that an engiue niiuafactory "'r *?? . rtabliVlx >1 In 1'iucinnatl by a co-operative aociet) . , J" Thi re ?a? an iron f un lry in Httfburgh. and another ''.v IbOMo, e?tabll?hid by eo-operativ* *orletie* The Tj * M>vaker went > n to say that be Intendrd to overturn *'"1 the piimnt luktitulii I of *oclety. which robbed the working wnn and UM d up hi* body ami Mod to en r" rii li the ra| iinli-t He MUt to tfiltlfl the dfgrn- JJ" datlon ofrouipelllujC him to workaa unlimited aumlier "" of Lour' The gentleman who had la*t spoken *ald that ?' thl* eongrea*. by adopting the reaolution would be eonvrrt iog arh tradi-ibtfi anoclal union. Why. the railroad ti' eom^aiiie*. the caual compauie*. the banking irntltu- *M tlon*. were all *.ei*l ui<un' and e*tabli*heil to op *' ' pieea the working rl?i?-? The eentlment that ema- r,,:1 nali d from Mr. tJr? gury.waaonly worthy of a demagogue P'* and ft tyrant ail i e ?".i- -.Try to find it coining from the mouth of a working man What had thoee eapl- , ,"r tallMr done 1 In the eotton trade one man by mean? *r' ol machinery, did one huudri-d aud fifty taea work, w" ai*d riDMqueutly. one hundred and fmty-alne men were l?it idle l>id eoolety in general derive any benefit from thla ' No. It w?ot into the poeket of the ri| capitalist Mr Iiot TXLi *ald. without fear of being called a drairgegne. be would eipie?? hi* opinion that thl* re- \ eolutiou waa premature They ought to knaw flrat, , what the *tate of the different trade* le before they Biake any recommendation to tbern of thi* kind It ia *" fta Ml*| that it.i- iii an associative b<>dy. when It ia hal not In large citlea ao-operatlve *oeletle* nugbt or h|I| Bilght not aii?w(r-ju*t according to the nature and the *lete of i he ti ad* w" Mr M V H??* raid he wl*hi d to *ay a word In reply acito Mr Oregory thi ugh hi* friei.d_Morrl?on bad pretty well dl*pon d of him The earning* i f every Individual member for *ii n.onthn would *opply the nece*??ry i etp.tal The working cla?*e* wrought to# much. There | w'* wa* an over production la everv trade (Hear. hear) , lie knew a ca?* In a town wllnin almo-t halting die- "' tanre of New York of hatter*, who kn* w their buain*** *' 1 ,1 LI a.. >i. U L 1W I..U.I I* I hi* ? lull of l>*t* be "ay* to the hat maker, " th"-a ' | ?< are hardtimea and I rau> uly pay you M p?r k " ,n* Now. If the hatter* had worked for theni'tlre* ln-t-*d i f Irr the rapnaJi-t they would hare the hat* ln?teud of hi* hating th< m and it would sot b? namaarr for ' thru lo work at all till thflr atock ?* JiipoaH of. | ?* MJr< at r? * ring ) ?o*tail?m wa? talked of Wbjr. tha _ llud-. n Rirer Railroad Company wan *oclall?t, and ?o ' ere all ?l*liar aompanle* liut whet) poor men ?tai ted *"! the Idra ?f working for tkfDix IfM there waa an out- J ny rf fvrlalliD >nd the bull dog* of th? pr*?* tha > bull-dog* of the pulpit and the buil d-g* of tba lag!*- I lalura. w?rv let loo??t upon them Mr (laaxoar - I believe In instruction* I wait j In Irnai aarb trade ao expre**lon of opinion upon that ra- i tba M^rhn Tb? (i?l?irai? t? f rrrd to f llow the inatrua- tb? llt ii* of tba trade wbo M-ad htia. Td-y wbo Inainuata wtr Lhat I aci option d to the cau*e of lab'*. Ila la thalr lr?I thioat* I think tha pr*jiidire? of avarjr delegate her* Tl nugbt to b? reaper ted. aad r?p?ciaily hi* riligioiu pre- fT" |u?ire# ai.d that there I* no nefeaelty tor the violent r?r language wh>rb ha- been u?ed or for tha attack* on mi tbe pnipita fr< m wblrh any delegate* are In tha batxt I rati >f receiving Inatructloe. j lo?t Mr !> *< eaid be hoped the delegate* woull r^apaat i agg *? ' r * ? and ah-taio f" in * I violent <W' *t?a*J*?e I. ? II nun eiprw* hi* opinion* liooaatlr. lot* ?IMn III having ill* Dutitn aa-alled hoti Mr iVktir. (U*? rrt t?ry I raid Mr. firejury '.?< Im- j, >1 i? <l ti>*t t In rt< t? ii(in(ir??l n ol I lii? trad* Why, dir*?tn t rade?n)i.n. and reprearnt * earl-ty Of IrtilH- ?.r n lb>ilog 1 ?u hundred and flity the wlioU trad* ||t| un.berli f npwardeof fmr thousand p?raon? That , rada wa? aalied together anme lime ago. and adopted I i nt ii n- I" faeor < p-ratmn If il r ^ or twcu'r , r*d? rm?n j oln together. they may haw eaottgh of apital u> b-? In o? ??ail roalo It baa he<-n ?ai i that 'ulrclrna'Pf *?r bound* If pa?*thi* r**olutl?n r'J. I by. we mum 4.i aoartlilag . and II we go bark to our * <'tirtiluanta wn bwH dolriR any th'ng. they will aay. T? kit Nft ?r ? e? V"1* b lll> ? *' havi- ?p>>nt two f..ui t. nin?. d?int nibbing Thlr la the flrat prurtleal i# a up and I'm at tl * f??dgtl? for the ro-op-ratU* rrgl, )*ti m la Ibr only rt lr?tl?o of the trade* lien Mr. Iliaarat aald h.* did *"t ?*re what lug" It via opoi *i|< d by which thay >' b*n?-fllt*4 He knew Bath la ?i ?( lH?t H4MIIW |,?|,' ahu he wao/ed waa tmi'n i *t? ni (l.rad eheer? \ II i* and ha were ciolt* Alt* |in.r*?t of what wa? going ? ? (ill tb? reporter of tha llitei tilumt told him (hat tb*r? "*? *< he i ? ?,|rw and I |f, I* trade bad bail lit ?. nt bifc there to reprawent j f,? | tiem lie had "?en the work '?? of anelety ia lha old ?wel' Miwtry. tbkh tr?re de truei"* to the o^f>lir? Hot! ( ?e? and he'?w the aairie tan>.VD*y here , Mr WtMn.afikt llih ml tbm o?fb| ?c H j g?wi >otio? of two wMki of ia?h motion u fiat. It I* tare to bring it now before the eongrw?s Fu" ' doat tblnk this congress hu a right to discos* ess matter* at *11. (Laughter from Mr. Barr.) Tbo Dtlrman may langb butl tall him tb*? thioga arw the conaideration of the trade, themael me, and not ' "* ?entUm*B la thU room Bitot who have baen Itguriug about t "sialism wing $310 or $300 in their pockets. wait to besoms tea themselves. and to Uke away the workman from fir present employer! After th-y ha*a accomplished J. they will turn round aa4 kirk tkam tailing m to go to the d-1 (Great excitement. la the d?t of which Mr. Walsh ant down. Uke a man ahnokfat the idea tbat be had made a " palpable hit ') r Qabrett then rose and said?Can the laboring^ s*es build n railroad ar a eanal for thsoMelvesT ries of yes ) 1 deny it Wh?re would they get anprt for tbrmeelyea aud their families whilst they werw ildlug it T Jr. JoiutaaiiN?They eould if they had slaves tork for thrrn Ir Uahbett then moved a resolution In relation to committee, which the reporter did not dlatinetljr ir amldat the noise and confusion prevailing at tha je. toother reporter for the Tiibunr. who had just be for*, tered tha room eaid: " I aeoond that." IrroHTkR roa the Hkbald.?Ara you a delegate ?' lat la your name * irrciKitH roa the T*ib?hk.?Yti ; I represent tlifc ly of printers. Uroaiia roa the Hebald.?What la your ?am# ? Uroaic* roa thi Tbibimk.? I don't want my nam* bliahed. Hay nothing about It. It would only throw ieule on the proceedings 'be reporter ot tha i/< raid afterwards ascertained that s boy 's name is Henderson, (known by tha soubrirt of" Michigan " lu the TVitmu oIHce ) ir Dni moved that a com mi tie of thirteen be apnted to report on the rtsolut.on rubinitted. and oa other resolutions of a similar character laid boforw m. 'be motion was adopted, and the following comtee wtre named by the President : Dean. S. M_ m Hon. P J. Downey W. Gregory, J. II. Keyser, J. Mitchell. Charles Vt'Cartby. ? Bassett B. Denbaoi/ C. Plinth. John U. Ilurd. John Hunter. II. C Bond. Jr. W V. Barr bad been named but declined serv;. hs he would be in the country. ilr B T W ild then moved that each delegate report nn the condition of their respective trades. )r. JiNituDHN?(the Herman Reporter for the Tii~ m)?I rise to a< codtl the motion. i represent tho rinan United Trudes. Iiaain Delegate in the body of the room. ?What da ? say? I)o jou represent the Ueruian United Tradvs * )r. Jonassohn.? No. no ; I only raid I represent ouo the United German Trade* 'lie resolution wits adopted, and Congress adjoureil 1 Thursday evening next. THK HRICKI.AYRH.S AND rLASTKBERV This association uiet on Thursday evening, at Me. Enics' Hall, 130 llest' r ntroet aud quite a good look[ number of the members with present?Coraeliu* dusky, the President, in the chair The principal 1 of the meeting it seems, was to Ox and regulate - amount of wages per day. The following U a copy m article eighth : ? - From the 1st of March to the 80th day of Novemr iDrluMve, the wages shall be not less than $2 per y, the balance of tho year not leas than $1 76 per f. and nn three-quarter days, exespt caused by J weather, or other justifiable cause." I resolution was adopt -d to forward to all th? boss** npj 01 their couatitutiun, togther with their list of ICeK. V discuscion then arose si to the propriety ml ex. liency of electing and sending delegate* to th* ngrew about to meet. rhe Pbk! id?;>t wan opposed to sending a poIltiMldeigogue. who. instead of advancing the interact ct t mechanic, was making capital only for himseit. re w< e men. paid the President, who were looking receive the nomination and election for each deletion. who were never mechanioa, nor did thayo* lid they do. what we c?ll an honest day'* work, rhe whole matter wa* finally laid on the table, to b* ed upon at the next general meeting, which take* ? at Kentucky Hall. Perry streat. near Hudsow eet. on Tuesdav evening, the 18th instant. which bosses are Invited to attend. 'he meeting then adjourned MtKl INC OF JOt'BIVKYMXN TAIJ?1H. L very respectable and intereating meeting of th* >ve craft win held on Wednesday evening, at the th Ward hotel On motion, Mr J Regan wa* unant: usly called to the chair; Mr. John Fahan acted a* retary he Chairman stated la a brief addraa*. th* object the meeting, which wa* to form a Tailor'* Trade au4 itectlve Union, and to elect officers of the *ame. II* ired to Impress upon gentlemen precent th* ncceef of forming such a society bv the tailor* of New rk city, in order to protect themcelvcft and better 'lr condition He need not enter into any argument prove that the old method of itrike* was rather Injuns than beneficial to the interact* of th* working n The only real effective method wa* for tb? rking men to unit* ami to protect theeanelTea, by ming Protective Union*. In which they would unit* work for them?elTa* It repaired three hundrea n only to b< gin In the formation ef (ueh a Union r?e buadred. by rentriboting twenty dollar* each, uld create a capital of *ii tboaaand dollar*, and it old only be three shilling* a week tub man. The? y m'ght work for tbemaalret. Mil pat their fingera their no*e* at their employer*. 1r Ro*e*t tlnhmui* th<-u addre**ed the meeting. II* d it appeared to him the boeap* were not to blame ma raufen ot the grievance* under which the joarneyn tailor* labored The men themaeleee were at ilt?it wit their own fault?thay were dlxiM and lou*ot<acb other. The b04*?* gate them enough, 1 If ho himeelf were a b>e* he woald gtwe them lee*. a only thing to be done wh to form a Union; not for ( i pnrpoee of injuring the bo**ea. bat to better their n condition and nb'atn fairer pria<-a for labor, and believed the bo*w? themeelve* would meet theaa f way In ttiia maitir II would reeommnnd that a ile of prlee* be agreed upon and adhered to. i member pre*-nt *aargeeted that the proper enure* the meeting thin evening to pur*ue. wae to turm % nmittee to draw up a p'an of union. kfter *ome further desultory i-onver*atinn. it wm ? d and adopted, unanimously. that a nunmitUe of bt b? formed to draw np a plan of a Tailor*' Protec* Union, and to report, at an adjourned meeting, tho nit of their labor* 'be ?aid committee wa? then appointed, the aomina* d for which nrcriMillj ci-nnumad *niu* tlma; and In*' ruction- bain? n th* commute* to draw up lan for a Ttllift' Tml# and ProtMtlM Cntoo, tht etlofthrn iflrr t MMloa of (rM harmony u4 rril. adjourned LAHOKKK'S 1*1(W BK1KV01XNT SOCIETY I meeting of thin ai?'Fiitl?n *x lirld on Thurtday inirif, at Hermit.ig- llall. corner ol Allen and Hou#i rtrrct* to take nv-a.urr? fur an orj?%nii*d d*ra*o t nin* ?h<lllrr* prr day a* r*n>un*r?tion for thvlr ?l#*? The nu etirc ?* % la^c* one th* hall being *d a? ahont nine o'rloek, by a f-m hundred* of ?turliM'kirg laJor- r?. Th- call of th* m?-*tiac bnn*. d. th* t|ue?tl( n wm put?"Shall we demand or tot rti nln<' ohHMiifffi per day. and *trlk* if * do not ; II?" A unanimon* aid tr*m?ndon? ay#" wa? tha * pon?* A commute# n( four, one from each illrln ot the Laborer*' Valna. taa then appointed to go "vgh the city. *nd l??ro what dl*p?attlnn th- en?y*r? rrlnc* and to report to th* **r*ral dl*l*lm?, hat action It n*c?i?ary. ! * taken at rnc* On mtn tli* recording ??er? |arlc? of the di?i*lon? w -rw lo'nted to c"n?t|tnt* ??ld commlttM Mike Wnl 1 f'anlel B Taylor made addr???*? to th* m?*'l(t^ rlntr th* *?'HM. and w*r* r?c?dT*d with loni udln Tl roc tin ? b*for* adjourning, pa*a*d a * of th*tik> to their orator*, and the reporter* flf pr*M. who had honored th*m with their f*?ic* " Tt>re* ch*rr* were (riven wit^th* rota, a'tar Ich th* Bieetln* adi^arned I'ltjr Iiitrlilgence. IB ! ? ?K*I ?TXKI.T?l>K*TRt CTIOK of Til* IOT ?*0 n?tt AMI l!WP*CTIO!? WAKtnr??'?K. >?t?-dajr m' rnin? at 4 o'clock. a vary doatrarttv* 1 broka oat in tb<- pot ?ad ptul ub luyrttloa iboiM 41 mil 49 Wmi ?tr?#t. and brt(i*| f a doirn numh?r? in Washington "traat. Tho Idin* waa orcupl'd by Caaildy. Palmar k Co , o lr?v't?d p"t and prari a?h?? and claaaltod It ordinf to lu ??lnf Mn?t of tho atock U cootalua<l Mif*d thrralrr*. to ottiara Tha balldlng ?* troyad cnttilatrly through to Washington traot, h about hair of tb" 'i?' l?r-rl? of p'>t and p??ii aa It eontalaad The Ar- U b?lla**d to b? tb* v*t mi rrfndlaryAa It waa f'i'1 to b? on (If la thraa plaa*? ha MB a tlaia Thla d-arrlptlonfif m'Trhandla* It >lni"?t ImpoMfkla to bvrn and aA? rather aaaanlunbar than aa furl It tb* llamaa Thin I* tha only prrtlon warvhonao of th* kiml in th* rlly and it r?Wir(t n*?rly all th> Ho?li ..f .,,4 nn>t j>. aM a?h*? In aTork. Tbf following tabl* ohowa th* anoiat of l>?rtrd a?h*? on th pr.-mt*a? on tha f?*nlag pracaK th* ira ? P?'f Paarla Trft it anrt. bbU 1.540 IM otid aort <>.? 215 AMI rdanrt 1H3 j> jirt id. tnuad *1 It *1 2.281 2 UU 4 11T addition to thaaa. thrr? war* ahnnt 3<i0 iwki in ATa-hnnu lia I 1 -* * - ? nokliiR th? ?h'd? Iit* o??r ft 000 r?-k? Thrra ?. W b?f?b??Ma of ?n(?r. qttnlHj o( i *ml otlur met' ami < < rr l in tl>? hu'idinim?I daaiaja U r*?ln.?to.| at from J flu 000 V* <00 About half of thi |a<? |? *or?r*d by Innr? Tha Imlldln *, o?n?d by M'. J F F'r??V<rn *u lially in*urrd na i.Hy. for '?? 1*4 M?*t< aa?i-J f, mrr & i o li-urrd for on* runt and bara la IiIwh in?pWin?nta ft? about f3 ttiu Tba ?* '? ol *Wk l? <lir d> d >moi| a craat many, bairi I' nf p-*r 1 n| t!if hi|." : I -l. <IM of tb* rr if Mini! m fl?? tiarrnl* Th? ??kN in iba rt?d rtx tn i?r?p. .1 with bat alight iUdivi*, k> It?i i?? lit ' ?? ff i*n i* Raoinntf W# " I tb? UlrBtiii* .if ffe* |H>|I?* to Ik* Italian hafg%rimiv in liT'n'l*ry Tli'f nr? n?o?t <ll.(-i??lnc tr<>m i and from lb* wry ?h> y new ?h> ir |rr<**? la ?tr*??? Th*y ott?bt tub* pnofM i< atfMgMt, r.i'irc tn till pi I mil ?? ?i-ii'm < til ?'? iilikl la*? of fiubl r d?-r?ticy, l*hor>-r on Friday. In th? lo*?r p*rt h? city, wa* nuantrnck. and died In ? ?bort tia>? r > t i-Tii o ? Vh? mil tar- di-|-lay < " th of July w II h? imeomoi aly krfiliaat Thara ar(r Inert a * i f uiimhar* In th?- UtrWIun flawrrU mml'indr mpanti* ar* n?wly tiair*rin?d. Major r?l f?! mi ha< U'i it Invited t? r?rl?? tba tro<>p? n thi- 1'aiury, >t half pant Bin* A M . and tb*r? iC'trd to h? a larr? number of nfl|r?r? of th* y pr^Hiil ?ho hav* ??an In Mviim U In a*?dlm>? to nay. th? day *111 b? dm 11 rut ii?ir* ?Vka that ran r*' "? of H?? Tttk hf a hnar? will ?t ? 11 H.IMii d irln t thin hot waa'h*-, ,k- at M or M. wMla r>k?n ln?ll?? ?b'o. t lt? a?w.l d*U?htfal nbid??, a ib? baaltl -baar *? ?r??? ft oawaa. twa-pln* i |*a bay Mat frwk tnm Ika graat ibawl ? A | 1 I