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"L. O. GOUJLD. Editor.
EITON. ., AUG. 16, 1855. 1 1 Governor, ' lYiUiau. Itlcdlll. lieutenant Governor, ' James Plycru ' Sclpreliie Judge, i It. B. Warden. 'Auditor, VW. D. Morgan. Treasurer, 'John 3. Brcslin. Secretary of State, William Trcvitt. r"Attorney General, 'George XV. McCook. Board of Public Works, James B. Steedman. REMOVAL. The cifRrt nf the. "Vntnn Tlpmn crat" has been removed to the se- cond story of the brick building west of C. Vanausdal & Co's store, where all kinds of Job Work will be done ' up with neatness and dispatch. CAMPAIGN PAPER. We will furnish campaign subscribers with the Democrat from now uuiil tie first of No vember Jot four dimet in advance. The Fed eral Whig Abolition Know Nothing American nominations have been made a nd the campaign for the fall election has fully commenced. The coming contest is to the democratic par ty of Ohio the most important one thai has ever passed in the State. All should be ur and doing and should wa'ch vigilantly the march or the enemy, we shall endeavor to v do our part a a journalist in recording the ateps of the foe and in battling against their -efforts to blind, to mislead, to seduce demo- craU from the old beaten path of democracy. We believe we can afford every one who will subscribe for our Campaign paper, full and perfect satisfaction for the small stipend we ask of them. Aside from this they will be supporting their party's paper and thus con ' tribcting to the success of the principles they profess and revere, we hope to have a good ly list of Campaign subscribers. Will not - some efour regular subscribers in each town ship interest themselves in our behalf and pro- cure a list sad send us. Every democrat vo ter in the county can a fluid to take our paper ' for that lenglfc of time, and ought to do so. No one willwris foar dimes. Let as all do ' what we can for the cause of democracy io to ftJrW any of our subscribers wish to pay their subscrrpltoa tq wood, we will be glad to receive it any time. Dring 1 1 along as soon as ipossible. ("The gentleman who wrote to us fr m West Elkton, over the signature of a "A leading Democrat," is informed that we mail tegular very week our paper to all whose names are on the Book. A ereatmanwcom -plaints have reached ns fiom West Elkton. but we know not the cause. Perhaps it is as toe writer suggests. CBy a card in to-day's paper it will be seen that Messrs. Vat 4. JIatiacs;, of Cincin nati, have removed their establishment, and re now prepared to supply customers with all kinds of Dry Goods. Our merchants -will find this establishment to le number 1, and e advise them to call and see. trrThe WJiig Know Nothing Convention " which assembled in Columbus on the 9ih Inst., placed in nomination the Hon. Allin TaiuBU, for Governor, and it seems that they are determined to give him their undivided support. Too Convention is reported as hav ing been large and enthusiastic, and the pro "ceedings harmonious. ErWe have occupied a considerable nnr- " tiort of out paper in giving an account of the ciecuon riot at liouisviile, and asktheatten toon of ur leaders to it. Read and ponder 'upon the tearful workings of a secret oath 1 bound order 1 Is not such a political organi sation a cursing blight toour country t Shame ;tbat our elective franchise has been disgraced by such proceedings, and by those claiming to be Americans I Never before was our polls -disgraced by so much bloodshed and murder, and our ballet boxes ruthlessly destroyed by an lniuriated crowd, until the infamous order of Know NoHimgism was instituted, and shed 'its blighlning influence ver our Isnd. Such an organization should be shunned. I.v every honest man, more than the charnel-house of a amall-pox hospital-or rite deadly Upas. BTThe course of theRegister.nnderlhe Edi torship or the antiquated old granny, who fig ures in its columns, is despised by every bon sai, national wnig in the county, and although its articles may be applauded by a few, "they .ore me treason, yet despise the troitorJ" and as such, all consistent whigs lave considered (he Editor since bis careercommenced in Eaton s aPreeS.il Whig, beading everything a nd St. n e aaata affui a. , -Bwrnomsm. as be was bimself. OhDaee, you, atcedets politi- " .itis io iniamoui j UTThe Know-Nothing whs woald not use vie word patriot because it began with Pat, Kwug to emigrate somehere, beoause be has at last found out that America was dis covered by a foreigner. tXMr. Thos. Morgan, of this jIace, pre. ented os-with a Tomato- weighing Ji lb, This is lha JargMt we bay, ever seen, and n't be best in this region. an me but jy, try, sll of ber, are by and of Soilers tne Eaton act i because to Know tney me tne these Know a "..mil usurp upon careful selves csrrying ocrats, caused me to fill have wnoie caucus, "Iters 'rn nenU people wb CONSISTENCY! Ta a person nacquainted with the "ante cedents" of the "Eaton 'Register," and iU pie-bald Abolition editor, tbey would be sup posed paragons of Virtue,' morality, honesty and consistency, but let us take a bird's eye view of the course pursued bv Friday, the editor, snd his masters, the Proprietors of that mongrel concern; which, within the last few years has boxed all points of the polical bom pass. During the' progress of the Mexican war. the fciton 1( center, tike iti tirolotvnes in the davs of the Revolution, rendered aid and 'comfort' to the enemies of its country, and wept over the victories achieved by our ' arms, yet in a few months after supported for office one of the leading spirits encaged in that warl Afterwards supported Gen. Scott, another of the renouned heroes of that campaign which was denounced by whig orators. That is con sistency! The administration of Mr. Fiil mobs was characterized bv the most stunen dous frauds upon the Treasury of the United Sta'es, and yet, the Register and the "old granny" who presides over its column, had no word or censure tor the course of the Tna sure thievei That was honesty 1 Thev loved the "sweet German accent" and the rich 'Irish brogue," during the campaign of 1862 but the electicn over, and now in itsestimn tion Paddy is a "splay-footed Iri.-b boe-trolter ana Hans a d d lop-eared dutchman." That is consistency ! In 1853. the Reeisler stiema tized CHASE as a "MOUSING SMALL-BEER PATRIOT,'snd denounced the Free Soilers as "Shameless Traders for Spoils !" Now it is moving hesven and earth, and havine its col umns tilled week after week with the distort ed lucubrations of its fanatical Abolition edi tor, lauding to the skies with praise, for the purpose of gulling the old line Whies into the support of the very man, who buttwovears ago, it denounced as a "Mousing Small-beer patriot!" And that too is beautiful consis tency! And these are but a few instances and the mere shadow of the incentittency of ne Kegister and those who have controlled its columns for the last few years. Thtv will suffice for the meson t hut if it Ahniiiinn. fusion editor thinks such s course, such base hypocrisy, will deceive any but himself, he is sadly mistaken. The honest think ins voters of Preble county have too much good sense to have the wool pulled over their eyea, and be gulled into the support of such disunion, fa natical spirits as Chsse dt Co.. iust because a paper, that has turned more political somersets than a traveling catamount would in a half century, and its abolition editor,say they must. its course is loo well known, and the nolitieal antecedents of its present editor too infamous for the true followers of the Sage of Ashland. allow such a faction to barter off their richts anu privileges, to subserve the interests of s few aspiring fanatical demat-oEues. whose nl. jects have always been questionable, and the result of whose triumph would be destructive the true interests of the country. The vo ters of Preble county nor the neonle of Ohio. will not trust their interests in the hands of a wild and fanatical party, who areonlv inrreat ing the evil they affect to remedy, and who if sneu specifically what they would do, would answer, 1st, repeal the Nebraska bill; 2d, re peal tne rugitive slave law; 3d. abolish sin very in the District of Columbia: 4th. ahnlhh inter-slave Stale trade; neit th.ev declare that slsvery should not spread o one men oi territory ol the Union-then ihev -n..i.t have judges who believe in a hieher law ami anti-slavery Constitution, on anti-slavery oiuie, anu an anti-sIaveryGodl Not Men with such principles will never receive the support of the Freemen of Ohio. They knew question of slavery is sn important nne. they wil! not trust it to be handled by partisans lor partisan effect. They know it should be approached with the most nalrint;. feeling, be discussed temperately and honest- and decided irrespective of nartv benrino. They know too the representatives of the peo ple are the true legislative power of this coun. and they will submit to their Jec iKinn Sn esses where it is not clearly unconstitu tional; and knowing these things, the people Preble county will to to the noil, iri Orio. and deposit their ballots against this "Morning m-W,(r,0t"against these "lhamelti trader, fot $poil,." and neainst ineonsittmt, base hypocritical and black pi ratical course the Register and its man Fri.h,,, now pursuing. of the and the sed the ing to iCJl I.i the trrhe whig party of OhioandPreblecounty presentsa humiliatingspectacle. Transferred such designing hypocrites ss the Eaton Clique, into the embrace nf ..V..IOHI anu disunion, they have lost th resneclability, and becom the tail of the kite of fanaticism. The Free in Preble county, predicted years ago, nicy wouiu swallow one or the mi,., .r oiu parlies, and when Abolitionism opened "'i i popped tna W re.urnrl... -J ,u. Register stood by and ssnctioned the we say the Register sanctioned the act, it was tuled. as well a. ..1:. . -miiui nnu Proprietors, by the Clique, who met in secret caucueami, from their holy of holies, went in tne outer chamber, the oounmt.rm r Nothingtsm.and there worked the wires nad arranged behind the screen. Under pretence of devotion to the interests of people, and the annihilation nf ni, managers, who were fimt i inirn.i...L Nolhingism into Eaton, sought to create party oi wmch they were to be leader, wouiu prove or nower ailflloienl In the offices, snd confertheir such ss the leaders chose, the. h.in- to secure the ttrtt offer,. tn. n.. I Lsst fall, in order to make a show of out profeitiona, snd to blindfnM m. a division of offices wa mn.le. .mt it,.. a division snd rupture in the ranks of lusiomsts for a certain sent'em.n. ..n;,e.i a post, snd was ruled off hv the ru... iiwnor.cii, snu since that time, his pray ers been directed to the overthrow of the order.. In the schemes of this midnirht the Eaton Register is concerned, and such sentiments ss sre iterated in the irom hich emanate Ike nniiiie.i m... for Preble connlv. Hn i ,h. of the county .ubjnjt to Such dicUon t itmg tct att J was self, of ness, years, as yor torily, you little own joyed organ ren i 7w. a ' that gusted ing euuicr tends lest. ... His . .er beautiful be a departure to "Locofocoism Self-Condemned." Under this caption the Abolition editor of the Kegitttj Oocupies about three quarters ot a column oTusiouisra" to make the readen of that paper believe that the Abolitionist has done so much for the sufferings of the southern slave, while the democratic party has no sym pathy or feeling at all for them t How ridicu lous, and bow logic his jargon ! He knows, as well as every sensible man, that the whole of the uproar by the abolitionist is a mere cov er to their selfish desires to acquire political power, they neither care for freedom nor its perpetuity tLey are' not distinguished by sny acts of kiuduess to the slave or free negro they khed crocodile lears st the bondage of the southern slave, while the free negro and the poor unfortunate white child of poverty suffer incredibly at their very doors, and pass unnoticed, and rt is a notorious fact that they seldom contribute to any benevolent oblect connee'-ed with slavery. Tbey have "ameli orated the condition" of the fugitive slaves Glover, Burns. &c." sars the abolition editor Yes, ameliorating their condition by rescuing them from the court of justice and leaving them to starve in their very midst. We know this to be a fact from our own observation. We were once au eye witness to a disgraceful aDolition riot, in which three slaves were res cued from their master, after his body bad been beaten and mangled so that he died in a day or two, and then they were turned out in to the world without even a crust of bread. And this is but one of tht many of such cases, where "liberty has been demanded for the one race and death for the other." by the fanatical abolitionist. Yes, these abolition philanthio- pnists are an as false as they are factious. They sre not the best members of society, nor the best citizens, nor the best men. On the con trary, they are never so well pleased as when they are making a disturbance or attracting public attention. The attainment and organ ization of territory Las always afforded them new material for burning excitement. When Texas was acquired, there was a tremendous storm slavery would be forever perpetuated and our country would be ruined. So in re lation to California, New Mexico, and Utah, ac the whole country was about to be ruin e'l. And now we bear the most fervid and in dignant eloquence, all about all the vast and almost unbounded territory, in possession of the Union, to be converted into one great mart of slavemongers. And jet every intelligent mind knows that such an event can never happen, and nobody desires or expects that slavery will be extended into our free terri tory. The abolition editor of the Register may rave and fro lb as he pleases, bis gullibility will have no more effect upon the people, than one of his crocodile tesrs, shed for the south ern slave, would have iu raising the Ohio. ("When the Eaton Clique by a $ham atle. changed the Proprietorship of the Register, and secured the services of the preseut Abolition Editor, tney had in contemplstion the transfer the whig party of Preble county to the Free toners' and ever since, the present tool of that political band of desperadoes, has been, through tbe,Coluni of that sheet, preparing the way or mat act, which professed A rnericanism. in secret dens or Know Nolhingism, has consu mated ! And now, the old dilapidated. suner- anuated granny who fills the Register with the luculnliois of his distorted mind and perverted neart, prates long and loudly about slave-da mocracy, and doughfaces, and compromise. and Nebraaka swindlers, which comes with a grace from such a political renegade, as aforesaid editor, who has in bis career of politics, been alaiost everything but a true American, and has odvocaied all the rams. which ever cursed this country. In his prime youth, he fought true republicanism and democracy in the ranks of whiggerr ince demise of that party, when covered with political leprous sores, a disgusting and desni thing, becomes the willine instrument of iflfon Clique, and sells himself and bis little remaining talent, lobe used in bargain off old-line whigs, and transferring them the Abolition ranks I "To sve himself from oblivion, he has endeavored to render himself notorious, and has pretty well succeeded in gaining infamy! The conductor of ihe IVmnnmi . miccrinuix oi. -Hirelings," win ne please to us now lonir ir im cmne. i irhit mm... nn.l "O Hl'X.I.CI nuu . I. I . 1. i i r . uu iiinim, im nnnseii was elevated above con 'ition of a "hireling V'Regiiter. &TWe don't believe this is any of your bu siness, Davy, unless you mean to insinuate it by dishonesty, but for the ben.-fit of vour- and a few others like you. who are fond running their long noses into oilier people's private affairs, we will tell you by whal mrans anlhowlong since we were elevated from a "hireling." First by attending to our own busi and secondly, by honestyand ntrseverinir industry at our trade as a "Jour" for seven we were enabled to secure the Lebanon (Warren Co.) "Citizen," and then and there. editor of that paper, we threw off the shackles of a "hireling." That is iuiton ago the present month. Is this satisfac Davy, if not v.e will send you the pa pers. By the way not so high sn eminence s. wish to make it annear. vet. we do feel pride, because from the effects of our industry and toil, and before we ever en. the right of suffrage, we controlled the oi tne indomitable democrac of W.r. county; an eminence though, higher than .11 I. t . . -..I ver oe eievated, unless by the assis tance of a platform and rope. O"0ur last accounts from Marten i.ti. ... Santa Anna ia at leneth heme-tn. ,ii.. with the cares of Stste, and there be no peace in Mexico, be is prepsring for e.iie. xnis t me. it e.m. h. to come to the Uniid rii.. -i-i.. i. - ' 4 UO iumor from Wsshington says (hat Don ..u..n.u,Danta Anna's father-in-law, al though more than twent ve.r. ....... t... 4 ;vungci tllOII Serene Highnei. has been ennini..i mi.. A - -('lUHIIOM iUIH' to ihe United Slates, and that ery wn ms wire snd her daughter, "the Dolores." wife nf r.i. expected at Washington. It furtbec ap pears that all this is but h Ml! mil. a. Ih fT'-'-'MSfSSaa IV IUQ or Santa Anna himself from his cap Ual, upon a compromise with the revolution ists, whom be will leave the gowmnent of The Ihe the , is to for re-echoed in iron-hearted The with two bright The The " 10 saops" when look prices get ing varied, parents enced ness Filth dren ID-People metiers Ball, Picture be has east said than thai be than Mm! CfcSrTbi spends oiibers. Mr. Chase's Abolitionism. So great a dread has the so-called Republi cans of Abolit'oaism, and so odious to the people Is that class of politicians, that the ora tors and Presses advocating the Fusion nomi nees, sremov ing Heaven and earth to prove Mr. Ciiasc their candidate for Governor is no' an Abolilioniit. Upon that subiect. we nrn. pose to introduce Nvhat will, or would have, not long since, among whigs. been considered good authority, but since that party has be come so desperate, it is a matter of question, whether any other than a iroohi l,n,t sidered worthy of confidence. The extract is from a speech in the U. S. Senate delivered by Hon. HtJisr Cur.ln 1851. in renlv to Mr. Ciiask, the Abolition candidate for Governor of Ohio. Sneaking to the laltter. Mr. r.t . said : "Leon mv teord. if tht S.ntnm . wuc. ms "Hi Ivracttced the doctrine far ma .r. ture lam unable to imtruct or inform Aim i mnm oj Aoouuonxnt tetm to act together. There are some more unblushing than others ; there are some who call themselves ministers of God, who, from their pulpits, denounce the Constitution of the Union, and denounce all the States in which slavery exists. There sre tWO deSCriDtiona Of ni-rsnn enrmtilnfin.. great Abolition movement of the country. If those who disavow extreme Abolition will, nevertheless upon all queation which arise in Congress or in the Cnunlrv nrrav II , a rv u 1 . . - on the side of the Abolitionists, snd cooperate With tliem and kllnnort menrece u-lir.h fhv . ... ;, .!"" ---.VU...S, .,,11,11, nuu ii mese men are those whom alone the Abolitionist! will mnnnri im ti.;r suffrages for offices, call them as you please, the result the inevitable consequences of the association unless i is resisted by the poten cy of the law ami the luiw.r nrm.ht; ..;.. uungcrvua w in union useij," Judge Lynch. Wisconsin is rapidly saining a reputation for disregard of law and contempt for legal tribunals. Not Jong since they seized s nri. oner from the Sheriff, while he was on his way to jail, puts rope around his neck, and strangl ed him. A few daa ago the act was repest ed in Milwaukie, with but slight chanee: and a more barbarous set never disgraced s civil ized community. The prisoner was Dtbor, cnarged with the murder of the Meyer family, and found guilty of murder in the first dee-rte. The circumstances of the murder were horri ble, it is true, but not more so than the man ner of his death. While being taken to the jail, surrounded by military, a mob rushed at him; the military gave way. and Debar was struck to the ground by a stone. The mob then fell upon him and mangled him in a dread ful manner. A rope was then tied to bis heels and he was dragged through the streets a dis tance oi nan a mile, when he was hung up by his heels to a tree, where he remained for several hours. A more barbarous act it lias never been our unpleasant duty to record. a . a 10 Bring Out the Big Gun—Glorious Democratic Victory in Alabama—Another State Wheeled into Line. Will be seen hv Ihe tel.nranh;. ...... - - v .-...61HFII1W ICIVIfc HI another COlumil lhl Ihe Demnerala h.. .... ceeded iu beating the Know-Nolhings in Ala bama by a huge majority. Governor Winston triumphantly reelected; Ihe Legislature is Democratic, giving us an United Slates sena tor; and five of Ihe seven delegates to Con gress are Democrats. Thus, within a few days the Democracy lime finnee..!..! in it.... States Alabama, North Carolina, and Ten nesseeand redeemed tt. Louis from the cldtches of the secret faction. The star of Democracy is again in the ascendunt, and that Know-Nothingisra has gone down into ob livion. ner Cm. Enq. In The Democbatio Tbiummi in St. Loin St. Louis Democrat of the Cth contain following : "In the COUntv tlectinn fnrllie nffiM.. r . sessor snd Assistant Circuit Attorney, which Know-Noth iflirs SO stnilllv .nnl.alut nr. c- - v..iv.in.u( www; uccn viciorous Dy sii overwhelming ma jority. In Ihe city alone our candidates are than twelve hundred ahead, and there no doubt but that thecounly will add largely this majority. We say, therefore, welldone the Democracy of St. Louis! They have noblv he c heerx nf Tenneac. ami North Carolina. They have shown that ihe uiiiinnioii oi me unrK-Lantern taction is ended ot. i,on u. j nree cheers, therefore, for Ihe Democracy of St Louis !" me aim i. 'he The -" cut inmny in lUred' iieau. Tin Demo aho Victort in TENSesEir.. Nashville fnion of the 8th comes to us the usual emblem of Democratic succeis. Johnson's majority in the State will be nearly thousand. The State Senate is Know Nolhing but the House is Democratic. In commenting upon the result, the Union says : "And now the Demoqrotio game cock sa lutes the Democracy of Tennessee on the dawn of a trlorinn nnlilinal mi.rn.ni. hours 'from midnight to daybreak' ore u,ci,aim iiirgmu gun oi Democracy shines in unclouded snlendnr On Al.r trillmnli.nl l.n.1. I triumph is unparelleled in our political ajc were oea jubilee. CTSpraoux's Clotihno EstabIiIsiimknt. Nn East Fourth-si but. This mammoth e. tablisbmeiit has thrown all the other "tailor completely into the shade. Indeed. compared with Sprague's all the others decidedly old fogysh. Besides, who will continue to psy the old-fashioned exorbitant for old-fashioned Cloths when they can all the new styles at Sprague's, and at moderate prices. The sunnlv of boys' Clnth. at that establishment just now is Isrse and and should command ihe attention of who desire to proolice economy. OTNearly every parent must have axneri. the difficulty of securing a correct Like or meir little ones. Now alUhe difficul ty be avoided by eoins to Ball'. Nn. in street. He has s way of n-.nir!, -hit. that is peculiar and pleasing. differ irreotly in their onininn or and things, but all unite in saying that No. 28 Fourth street, take th l...t in the city. In thia thev are rioht. f. no superior. Csll at his Gallery, and your eyes on bis splendid speoimens. ErGov. Medill. in his Sneech at Pr.m.nl that Chase had abused theK. N.'s more' any man in Ohio. The Colonel was afraid to be more severe upon them Chase for fear the rascal mihi a.m... . . ,--v.. UirTime is money. Ex. don't allude fa ihi.m. .,i:i. au VWI IUI in making out bills for delinouant ..h Does it J tion further . .cvi-neu posed bee u' and It.l ..a. under return trouble force u.ig.iic-iiuuse, that action rate. Panl.tn crossed wuue ..I... utiiy out SltfSBI uau truwu uicu i pletely in mi, The tacked where ou.uao otherwise In being any I.i. ..I. ...c.iu. The ed and '""" belong ......... VUUI..IJ. The completely beinrfu ri v-.vu uri.li While exnilement brought Ujemselyea [From the Louisville Courier. The Reign of Terror. LOUISVILLE UNDER MOB LAW. Full Particlars of the Election Riots—Houses Destroyed—List of the Killed—Horrid Butchery. &c. ' We were nrtyvenfet! ett(eraw tnnynin rVnm detailing the facts connected with the proceed ings of Monday, by reasons of the threat gaium uui iiupcnv aim employes maoa uy IL. 1 . . 1.' . I ' r ' . . ew.! . . i ne niiuw-oumme rioters. Tuese sen oi inlimiiiatinn knowing the despersta character of those who composed the wicked mob, we did not feel it just to place the lives of oar workmen in luimiiieiiL leomruv ur pinnniir in nnnrn. voked ssssults. No serious demonstration. however was made, although at different inter vals during the nights gangs of rowdies passed un fenif flown In frnntnfnur riCRfm .ml m-iti pun, elllhs An.l hrif.khalft rMnnnnil.Mil Ik. D 1 - " '.. "iiiiuih ivu iu premises preparatory to an attack, should thai L . I .1 1 I .... . " i nnic uccu ucciocu piupn vj me nngieaacm. We waited, however.-in vain Tor the assail ants unit) daylight. Yesterday we used everv exertion to ascer tail! lhl enlirA ami evael truth villi refer. ence to Iha incentinn nrl rvinilnet nf the mnr. deious riot j and we feel satisfied that we are now enauieu to stale lacte as loey occurred. At Itnn. rf I lie nl.n. rf t.r.l..ii. & ha I ha Sixth Ward, was there any unusuRl degree ol uisoruer. in tact mere was but little oppor tunity fr fighting, as the polls in every ward had been taken possession of by Know-Noth- inB8. and Ihmirrll. with the evrtenlii.n nf the Sixth, they used no voilence to binder any oue hi me cAcruise u mi rieiiL oi unnrffe. intrv did which was worse. Every possible obstruc tion was thrown in the way of those voting tiiu wcic nui recognueu as nuow-piuihings. Large crowds were stationed at the entrance lueuuvc uauK rresiun voiers, wnue Slue anil back doors were provided for Marshall men. Ill this way unusual facilities were extended to the members of the Americsn party, being tueii an outrageous course ol sction, wiiu iuii truiiiiniuiiv in m-innn r nnnrre a ivnnw Nothing officers of election. in lite sixth Ward, one of the most quiet anu re.sneer.ih e in the eiiu rnr.ian.ii m... driven from the polls, and then beaten for pre suming to do that which the Constitution grants them. About the Court-house there WO fltattnnei! illirini, the lnv narlu nf um.iIi. ess bullies, who disuraceil ihn cilv bv their . - c ; ' - - - ucmoniac yens ana acis oi ruinanism. The first aevera fiirhlinir neelirerl near the corner of Shelby and Ureen-slieets, about sicrcn u kiw; iu me morning, in tnis, uer- mUllS. Irish J 11-1 American Arlilrwlu nrli.i. naleil. 'II, I.. i I II u r. U'.la u-nKtail . r. A - " O - - "-iv nv.w.wu, 11 u . 1 f.i i.i - . . i i . . ac.cioi ui uiein, MHing reiuge in a nouae, nau to escape the tear way with broken bones and bruised bodies. This partially subsiding, German fired his gun at a carriage in which I...l .,! ii . . .. i.u; anu gcii.ieiiiun wrro riuiiig. Another man nat llkewue shot whilu ilrivin? alnnir in his buggy. intelligence was immediately communicated Lafayette, anil Kenlnpbv Pnnitie.hniiiiee. and inatantly a foice was armed and marching u.aiu me cene oi tnese reputed outrages. vumg up oueiuy-sireei, in is oouy oi men ana boys became wild with excitement, and when they reached Green-street were panting foi uivuu. i.ere u was tnsi wnue the preliinin arieS of battle were lieinir urra1101.it I hu A mar icans received a volley of shots ; and then the ciigugcwciii ioiiowcu. in in ia ngiit oincer Williams was peppered with small shot ; .'ot Selvane received len shots ; Frank Stout was aiiuiiiigiiiy in me arm and side; Wm. Kicli ardson received a rlmrirp nTilnifill ah.t inilia criminately over his hoilv : V.nl. M nrri ur slightly injured, and Wm. Atkinson received several pad wounds. Iu the same melee Mr. bther was wounded tya ball, that crushed the bones in one ol his legs, rendering amputatioa nnMio... t- - .1. r i .. t i - I r '"""'j iui incBuicijr ui ins nie. Having dis, ersed the German, the mob im medioiely went to work demolishing the cor coffee-house, kept by Chris. Meir. The windows and doors were broken in, the coun ters and ahelvin? demnliHheil. the riirnitnr. smashed up, and the inmates forced to flee a short time this army of Vandals, receiving constant armed accessions from all quarters ol' uuy, s w,e news was spread, iqok up its iiioitu, Hiuppmg next at uonrao ruizlers cor ner Of Walnut anil Shelliv atreela. uvhn wa. .mug in un noue, quietly enjoying r.is pipe ucci. ms neignooruoou nau nol pre viously been the scene of any disorder, and uiu j.utucuiariy austniiied irom going upon street during the day. No attention, how ever, was paid to Mr Kiizler's good behavior. properly for which he had laboriously tirnrlr.il ... ...!.. I 1 :.. i - I i : . r m ..cm. uc.iiuiiaucu, ui3 tunuiure in peices, and the lives of himself and threatened. At this point a fight occured in the street which a German, residing on Shelby and Madison-streets, was killed snd several in. E. M. Snnltlimn a fltirman hak.. Walnut-stseet rece veJ several cuts on' the riavinir hlllshed the tvnrkeil i, Til. .In... at poor Kiizler's, the mad mob pushed out Sbelbyistreet, and had nearly i i H . a .i . me ivainoiic iiurcti, which they pro sacking and burning, when Muyor Bar appeared in the crowd. His efforts at pacification were some lime fruitless, but at tie gameu tne muitnude's attention, went examined the church, reported "no pow der found," and then, having assured Ihem IL.. I 1 ....... . ... uicjr mm won tne election, oruereu them, the commend of Captain Rousseau, to to their respective wards. With much Captain Rousseau marshalled the large and counter-marched to the Lafayette me rioiers, as tney returned, knocking down signs snd breaking windows. Peace had been but partially restored in section, when aeannnn. fnllii M.nn.4 r.. , ' , ' lll.lllicu .ui followed by fifty men, armed with mus kets and bayonets, cams un itrpet nt furiitiai This party, under the leadership of r. Ol a. i . . over to the head of Jefferson, and in mat vicinity the following property Ambrewster's large brewery was fired, work- severely iniureu. linn ami mi.hin... I J ' HIBT uurneo. Lmti over SRm M. a of the city at the time. The pretext for rAUlnn hia mAK4.. II... ma .iu.K-rir ii mat some person aiioi irom one oi his brewery windows at who was pursuing a German. nuo.,.u reier s oiewery, sdjoining, wss turee times dui unsuccessfu v. . t,..i . .... VljailCB nrfVUBCK' eslahliement ..a. . riddled, and a man named Fritx shot uruoai. Confectionary nf r.ant.1 c.t. .- . - "-iivi u.iiuur. w a i snd the females driven to the garret, they were nearly suffocated by the i.u.u un, Burning brewery. Baker's house, next ftn.r u.i. ......J ...I injured. the attack on the brewery, Saddler the w" D,1!' wounded, and bis wife driven over the bridge, she could not gain admission into the houses of sny of her t - - r . . r . i ... . . mi tear or meir net ng mobbed. bskerv offtharie stoned, and the windows in Charles oaroer-snop uro.en. These houses to Mr. Ravmnml. uvh. :.. ... H , grocery store of Fred. Burghold wss gutted of its contents, bis damages vllfWi ,i;.;.i. 6 "C" "."'V . store nw. waatimiisriytrested. These Vt t'i'v.- v. cuu oteaier. the mob w at ii hia-h.., A T7- .Vi . "J6""'. P.""0 ... urai iwniui signts were witnessed. fmmih. ?.,,;d Ome0 wVr, ae,rye.wh m,d mM'ui ""4 wherever oppbrtanity offored o f an he by. by ed UC1 o fired was time. head ing ings . well-armed in pied man, house the two buck U. , frame by Vocant Next wa, M. rs. house Hanery street -V,. fr ..... were ... an a uuaien, onoosite John The recorded, not ders c k Seeking wretched one generally er to mob. wss ut the street ter of were tion. some wives trs are UTThe thst snd office, by mailed. quired wms, to such has thus fruit stamps. ocrats, member the Cnion, lonowing 'Her. -w DrO.Iralinil mtmittmlth while mml Katnfnt w.t ml iMikl, the elare anil H.V- . . .ii . . v. . ri.is, ui. p. via . stripes waved'st tl head of the sacrilegious ntobites. , Visiting yesterday, the scene of, these oh t rages, we were aickened at the ruin thai bad been wrought, the homes devastated, furniture broken and barbed, eadlbe poor in-, habitants gathered about tbectmmanls of rhtis proiwity, terrified st every sound lest it might he the aienal rSt nnnlli.a .ll.iih 117li-idaa ... - 'C - - - w. 1- - aiasaK, wa mm, tlaV laaen I km nmiMWi.lina nf .ii. An. man In any one bouse, there can be no excuse, no palliation for the mdiacriminate burning and plundering of toaesin nowise eoincetrj ith tho property of , the d-lm ha aggrtssita parties. - About twelve rre1nek t ttretit fram. ' - - -' "ft " . ..m.mrm ,1V" eerV on the corner sf Madnnn nJ Shelb. streets was burned. On Main street, just above the Woodlaud Garden, a coanerinr eilihluhment lielnnein to Thomas Garrety vas set on fire between 12 and 1 o'clock yesterday morning, and burned to i uc gruuna. ir. u arret y Was sick ia bed at the time, and had been confined for aeveral days. His loss, though small some ISOO. leaves his family dwiiiiute. . . Oil Main street a little' f.irlk.a .h... .. - - ....in., .iniifi vii the onnosil Aiile nf Ihe at.... shop of Edward Prim was burned to the around. I .... -1 ... a.nn a.1193 IllJUt V0UU. Dunns the Irouhla Mnn.Iav lAnnana a n.. man named John Vogt, residing on Clay street near Madison, was shot and killed. . Hia wife was cut serosa the breait. an.l her .nun.ehii.i injured. A Germsn named Kaiser, living ou Marshall street, wss killed. Walter Murnhv. an Irishman .k...JI k a large parly and shot, Monday evening, near Owsley, Kinnarddt Co.'a pork hoese. Ha died yesterday morning, having previously sts ted that Charles Genet was bis murderer, Charles Eileerinn. whii. e.n..:.. -.tit. ,7 9 -.. .wi..iaiiia .U some ladies on Green street, unaluj . iust betow lha chin. John Feller, a German, was stabbed seven iiiuci in me ngui on tne corner or Shelby and Marshall r and llein. a Herman mn. ...k.. while walking along ihe street, waa atucked by a crowd and terribly beaten. The above, a-e beliave. ,nmm;.. . .. count of the occurrences in the east end of the city, as full as could be gathered. A treat many, whose names we touid not ssctrlain. were more or less injured. In the Fifth Ward, hetareen ... ..J . .1 . - . 7 " " iu two clock, Monday, a dastardly attack was made on Henry M. Smith, a worlby gentleman, b resides in that ward, and whose residence ia next to ihe engine house where the polls were held. For no offence whatever.be was grossly insulted by thos who W.ahe.1 lii ...... . :l i. i . . -...; Ull. . CCU II V. and. Wllhnllt reaenl.n. it k. sued iii his own waid ; and had it not been : for the efficient exertions of Messrs Kirkpal rick and llacon, he wou.d, doubtless, have been murdered, despite the fact that his faint. illtr wife threw hervt-lf with I... i.;i.r... ... . - - MUHUia Ua tween him and his sssailanls. Late i.i the afteruoon, iu the Sixth Ward, Irishman was neaeahlv waiai... .. .. 1 - i . ' a a iui ik iu pavement in front of the court house, when was assaulted by a pang of men standing He attempted escape, but was pursued some thirty men. who hail ...... i... their Persons short stick, with ... ...i . with lead, lie wtJ knocked down and biu tally beaten, snd one man actually thrust a large pitchfork into his person. He was (lira taken un and dravirail in !..i i marchini! alone with the nii.hr..h .:- w . w ,. .....iu. . un ui shoulder, blood tumuli? from it nmn.a While the victim wainlaeerf in i.:t n. ' . tempted murderers were permitted to go alone undisturbed in search of other subjects. In the lower nrl nf the .im terdny. the diffiuu 1 e orinin.. .... .l. 1.. aj.-aavav- flfaffJI (,SJ fjfm 01 Ctinnel and Main airtm all,... ... clock a man named Rhodes purautd an Irish man into a house oa Main street, and be wss st snd killed. John Hudson, rrsidms on -Gieen street, near the cnrn.n.r p.. ... . ' shot in the Eighth Ward sbouMfae ssma William Graham, a foundryman, While . a&aistinf Kliodi-i waa almt in .k. 1...1. . i- .. . o uatia III IUV by barret, an Irishman. Barret waa im mediately seized, shot and hung, but not dy. he w as taken to Jail, where he expired du ring the night.. .. . About 8 ..Vliifk Ihe 1.1 on the cornerofMain and Eleventh streets 1 . T u D.a. Tery l,'e eCed. snd mob. The cannon waa stationed Ihe streeU, and the corner bnildim- nccu. as a grocery store by .VI r. Long, ,,.h. was fired. His three sons were in the st the time, one of whom escaped with assistance of C W. Field, while the othci were consumed in the flames. The fir immediately extened, burning the three story house occupied as a boarding housa by ' Riordan. an lril.m.. .. . r. . "f i. :. .- -, a .cm store. 'A building occupied as a boarding house Charlta Ryan was nekt consumed. Two houses then eaimLi ....1 . .M came a brirk. npe..ni..i 1.. .. , -r-i-u . d,i.-niiiiiey, a German, cigar maker and ssddler. AdioininZ a ones in which Patrick Flynn lived, also tenanted in DrtbvM. Hen,. m , " a'aisj. ww ace IBP. McGmiy and Mra. n,.w,i u ! WSS occnnieil h n....;. A.ii.- v.11 and Mr.'. Me:.,hW'"';..Y. two brick sjores. one used by John Mc- ..u, gi.D,, were nearly demolished. Ob Eleventh ilreet lh r. .1.... . . " , , - - - u.aiiujDu two souse occupied by Dennis Hisgins, James Welch and Miin.k.. 111 il. L .... . ....,....,.. aoove twelve houses Ihe nrnnerlv nf P.tri.kn.: k.... . . , -. ' -"""ciiiii, oniineror Irish Catholic nr et. M, n..i. . . . . - ... wuiitn. wnn nan in one of bis houses, wss shot and anu men odrned last night. On lha aide nf Main i. k...... . . . Fitzgerald and Mrs. Trainer were bu!-. sets of inneniliarian. ik.. ' . while ourtsgeous in themselves, do compare in atrocity with Ihedresdful mor- Which Were ramiaih..! .i. . . "i too came lime. to escape death from the flamea, the I inhabitants reached the afreet oaly " innutTt- IOI m. A loon a. appeared at the door he was fired it and killed. A number m, takta of? i.frn'.0''..''" ,nd 0,hett ih01 lS w turned to th hum;., k... '? be burned Vhsn' One man. eeanin in .- detected and .hn.r X k1"'"" covered I with a blanket, and leaning upon arm of hia wife. i.m.... '.7Ih eratelyahot. To escape from within to tha without beinr killed ... .1!. . ' impossibility. How many of these mis erable people, thus caged in tbair own housea burned alive, there .an be 0 computa! The blackenerl an1 .k. I have been discovered, while we hear of and children whose husbands and lath, not to be found. , . Washington Union say thai ... investigations In the city of Wear v..t .k Ihe removsl of postage stamps fiomletlers. then dropping the letters, unnau) Int.. ik. is prscticed there to s great extent, cheif ly the Isds with whom tbey are sent to bo Tha stamps thus r,.i.i..i..ti. are exchanged for frails or other rcfresh- ana then resold below their legal value ss are willine to buy. On individual bought from the proprietor of a aln gle stand soma sixty er seventy of these, JltTKtSOM'a Rama VrutaV.Mkie. Kaaa. if there are any such about, pleas w (says tha Barton Poet) tnatJcirsBsoiia founder of the Damosratie party of tha when bo earn to die, requested the epitaph to ta Inscribed on btavombt fie. T.n. . a I ... Ik.- .r .L. ..v. .nww.aa....MV.v nuiuiri taaa nrfnrleraaMileafua. ana nf Ik. wAmA UteaMtaAittt-rligkt toUntitm in tht Cm. of Virgin." -,