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Mil WELLS SPICER, rROPRItlTOa. 0L.2. I BUSINESS CARDS WM. H. TUTHILL, ATTJR1ET MDCOOSEUjiR IT LIW, Solicitor ia Chancery. US CEMR COUNTY 'OWjt "JORN huber •f'TTORVKY AND CUL'XSlii-Loll At £x LAW Offcce at his/esidence Dear Tiuien "Cedar ('oiintp, Iowa. BIMRLI. A. HPKTR, TORN I F.S Al" LAW aid Solicitor* in C'hai'Corv. Ti 11 V UVn. nltf JOftllPII I i« in WILI.I tW UHN LE.Ml' C0.--W Uo esateawi .tealp.-s Orjr U«ad, *Jr#c«rirv rf.ir-lw Uueeiiswart*. Boo!* and MioPs, Clullnitgj !ap*, MaiU. k.c. S m.oh-I •HWB-BHRSBi y Iowa H. PI ITT. A l'TQlUTli^ Law v i .N ii .'Y Public. Ti]ln, lolfa^, £jT!Hce in Hie taxi luuse, Willi Ee? iritft. |j,i C«0. \». fll.AKx] [»OM| CLARK iLARA iROTlktt, .fWorWSjft and Couuttlon ut LJ,Wt ltd Solicitors in Chancery. towAcirr, iow«, Will parteUy in the dirterent eavrts ai thia OfAUV Iridic. lt'chejitr, Iowa, Oflce ilijhc l'u*t }ine«. viii 1 ly •tour. *•. lov«, •iTtCB K niL I'uACl£ ami N' .tary Put.- 1 tic. Tipton, Io»va. nl I fi. HOOIMVUtl) MU*rm§ and CutmstUuf ai Lnw ttntl Solicitor M.-hatink. TOWA. WtM praciir«» in the District ami Safweau' •eourt* ol this Statr. E. H. TH A YEPl kjmm \I law, MUSC.iTlSE, IOWA- WILL practicr in llie 8 i ulitial DUtrici i alao nay am! He.il J'.ilile. rnlUot D. (J. M.UOWAN, ATTOHXt:! AT LAW, i,ivc i")rl JoW'i. v ilYKR THE i'lKST &£Ei( REM HEM IS Aoi.Cw. M. I»am.»is I H#*. s. A. l-n-.ii. tlicii iiti i ipu* u. 1 Hk'tkh, Ja*M Oof**, I Wd L11 A ff\l) I) t) K, .tTTOifSEV .1T 1..1W. A* \H01A. JON Ki coast v, io« Airri/L [»r^tucff Uif (iiri'or nt r.iuil* ot Iowa, and att.ii.l to convey .tin ing, iini the e«l J^ction kit note.-ainl A A U N I E or.Ai.t ii i.x DRt iiS M. Mur»lin6, l-«ra LUIN MH4WK1U. MEHC11AM moor AM SHOE 7 1L 9h tui4 y J.RCM \N l".i -Keep »u i»a»U Kra.ly Mart* rest htd never careo. M. i-lotoo,,', U-aots MM) Suoes, iaakee So- SAMUEL DEWELl.. I»rt OGILVIE HOUSE, BV- HSt),EH •CtfBtr of Watrr Strcrt aud Iowa avriiRi, Near the Stemmt.oat l.an finjr, 4 i BAaUS HOTBIi. j. c. BIMTM, i*uoi»itn roi|. Tirro*. iowa. e e a n e o u & e li pAtTKttM)K n.rniii^. TIPTON, lOW.V. Ji0!li tlS Li. tV.iO.! #t the Old Mtauil of ti' BRIGGS&, WHITE, MaKiu vcT: *iF.c and wnoi.KCAi.r: ukai.k.hs If WOO DFX, WFLL01V if EDJR War?, Rroom*, Mats, Cori'r CSi'irns, Bickete, U«kp% Jfaamwr*. IterricrorsttvM. V'oa —Fr*acn and t. -ui,au Fttas* 41a kfwls. 5*« & 240 Soatli Water lit., Chicago. #. If, BILIOUS, «51 J. £. WHITE. 8. F. WIT'TK. J. MuHnjurt,.! t: a 11 .'.S'jir in oxjotiii »rc*s A'-n «i.A'-I.ki:I.N'.- FVR.\1HI\ ao-us. A gitM and fne .y mfaicise. llAnltt JO-'c" uu*l 1 iiU'j iptan, !«w». o. t. PHYSICIAN AM) sriU.IHlN, Office A «lH» Dr«« Si.M^of St ^"ii. 1 V .s i A N A S it K S S i Will u ript-nan virn.in. Offlrc. T. "»"inU ff I irt M" Hi J. SMITH} l'HVSit i.O AND .hKJ&IV. V)i&ct at t'.r Iowa lio io, liochcst. sta* «auaO-, Iowa. UK. *. iMystCI \N AM) Si'UuKOf*, Ruchfl'«'i J. «l»r county, loWii. #1 tli^Ttit: lli llULIt» K Unit kIkii i'i Ainl nil lik.' Ks' If I i. iHliiUCeiii oa* iK' Ik# sMii.. fViitla, live h'uli-, Oi"l ».*•, lie. 1 iiiUni, la* a. ul AHomaaoe ©T Mamsaiia. 1 ..U, t. Ulults, lit i).» Crock r^ ,vc. «.s." lar cnaatjTj Iowa. 1 8 A*A N A (j£ E |l TAlIiOJU JML n -eel liarm.-ut* cut .mJ mat .,r i. in the latrH and in tiaprnve-t 111 n, Iowa. nl No tu H"«triiuTii« i Some few" he oontinued, "were a U If i\ J) I KINsUN, ... i i* i IB liule difficult, but tt Was mostly confined I to the younr. To be sure bis rife feh i* wht1111 he married •second ti .e, ie sjie caf(8 s0 1 n o a s i i o i a s e o U i e i a i OJ.rcoUty, Iowa. ued the lawyer. .4M. EI UAMI LS, "Oh, yes, I thought at first »t would ft&OKALVK'N stovks UN w ABE, have killed her. Yoa see vvheu.I be •j^^PLOWSaii i llaiJwiii^. ame a convert, I did not understand tha' sravtvoa or hua« count* iowa. jbeen so happy together. We married WILL be happy t" wait upou all those ho t.a).jVi anj Oftice the Court House, tune myself "Margaret pi wtiL4 lumi —uv— «•••,••" g..f .. «Lf» 1 f. \rillTK, ir. •:. *Vti:TK. 8. r. W II IT K kB III) II KIl nrntiER AND Oil (Ittod*, I 'nimti, ?tr. m. in Huirm #atbr strrbt, (Cp «*aiw, a31-ly Cliiragu Nl'lV WHOLES.1LE DRCU HilUSg. BARCLAY & BROTHERS, Wholesale Drnp^iMo, K«. 213 South Water, an i 9 I lauklia flfMt MIIC4C.O ewi ju •_ MI o e n. The Contented Man. 1 in Cllanetry, V hy need I strive or olgti v 'i It«« caonfh for mt Tltat Heaven b%s gi*en tr.euUen^Ui ana 4 ri*l«'ful thotp n^-!* i««-civf% mj hymn at mora atil cv. «m auntc wtiat ftuo^la «l,rickes ftow y 11 lirr.]* tiuil fToi.l have tilv.. Vet llfr'si jays t'i"v ncrcr kti v. Hut fret llii ii- haur»*»«y. I'm «r« Ui*jr a»v« Uiejr «eek jH3plainta and crarln^a never c«aae. A vale of teir* this w.»rW they ti', To rm it »oet»* k« fair It ''ninl.teis- plea •nr« hath f«* afl. Asd a .»e ik'iiie.i a »har». little Mrt o n«w ttedge«l win j. Ai! I I i« ike Iiltt* vooia aatl ju.i, in aro cl.wl Ai 1 l»ir.l« hing fur and Bear C»»,:Ut up by glad. Kta*," aidjSa tiw ifFk,-yovt t»'K Uu nigbUagalw *i«f« U'lahy.' a aun os fortl., r.ppt ir«: i 'tfitJaihe «itft*•» i cars tliat 1 Mise, And liivi I think 'Jie-.f fi'.f M.. li'.sit Creitai tiU'lu for tee. iVn I'dil 1 the r.' My ia j\ 'ul mi. iiis !«ve. 'aaccJ. i« Kaihrra l»v •, TT vtiiU u) ti tuiMi puvJ. T'lPll 1' 'I'" "vrr f* -ttofril !lv*», Kaj.'ynr !I :nt to give. mwumwmmmmmmm n..i...!L|jag ,... lUisctKancBus. verf llliu ii i -ntin- wife jiaJ not 1Il0 |iUt! Tipton, Ivvn. gct 80 Vepui) siirteyor*. SoSKflt SlKk R, of bpril.i'Ulu I J\VI11 ip, «-«i.Unce at Siuiiacl Ki.-pV. 2 milis wwt from Hickory lirove. Ot". Wni«ntH, mmbiics at Tipton. small for that. She was stately iu her form, au 1 she had a queer way ol twist ing her long hair arouud hsad, so it looked like a crown. The folks said she proud, aud one or two who had was daughters asked me why I did not take a wife, ."ad if I were not afraid So it came upon tue gradually while upos her 1 KOCIIGSTKa, IOWA. A K O U S E BY E. S. TUCKER. Ohm Dalra.,::? iid Jeffmon Street** iotrii Cii l'" WILLIAM LEE. BOOK DINDBIl, Iowa C'it. On# door ciist of the Post Offict. Books, of all kinds kept eonalsat- XJty on hand. C^untMS »upj»Ued with all kinds of Blanks As^evda oka for Couniy oficw, s stMVt ft Ml like a stroke 1o „y0u in Thursday evening when I came home she was standing iu the garden, and I went and put ray arm around her, and told her bow it had been revealed to me 1 must marry again.** "What did she ssry.** "Nothing. Not one word. She jus' gave one screen. I deebre I shall n** er scream H»t of my •*«. I be. lieve I should hear it A I were uu i.. Ac Jps. I theOght heard it a minute ago." The Mormon proceede "And then, s!ie fell like one dead. though* s!,o Margaret was Iways a true fcdtever. But I had always been wandering in search bf a rock of Faith until I anchored here, i had heard from pulpit to pulpit, such conflicting doctrine, I could lay my head on nothing that seemed secure, and I think she was unwilling Jo set me adrit again, and so s.se consented. My purl ing Irom her was a dreadful one, for she moaned and wept like one iu despair, lad—I was Tool enough to cry too." "I don't wander," iaid his ioferlocu tor. "It iihardjwholly to subdue nature even at the cnil of duty," and he gave a low laugh. "When I ca n. Lack," contluued the Mormoo, "it had been just so all the time. She had never eateti or nvver slept, but only walked up und down, al ways, hour after hour." "Well, -w Jul she 1 i' V "She retained the house I had fi(*t m( iwrna* 1* we have iu cUiidrou, auJ s'ic wa« very ione l*y, for I was necessarily mucli a.vay from iter. I weal as oi'itm as 1 coukl, but and so we were :auciisep»iated, au^i atie O She took it into foeeiii&i, "-htti. •w The following jiurpci'ts to be u einver- id it was it worth while to be Gtntile traveler, on board the railioad irs: My lawyer to »j I o u-i iiestioiier.) asked wfietner tne iia: she or.ly said something to were not jealous of each ot'icr, especially herstli* about the collapsing s-ides of an ,j« yuui ••n: fi»e ^alut a iron shroud, f»re«sing out her life. It •"l' '""1 8Carcely been a day apart. I|wbki t»10 La"",l,e t0 go, because she did i.pt iearly as I the tiuths of our great e I l» TON, I W A -nvrTT.-!*fr liKKn^ IJM TilJW Ci«-«JVfeil/Tll-A XJ 1W NOTIUNa WEDNESDAY. APRIL ?5, 11 The Jesuit's O.ith. N I, A. B, how ia the presence ef Almighty God, the blessed Virgin Mary, the blessed ftfichael, the Archangel, tlie blcsed St. Joiwi the Baptist, the holy dead, lnu sue came to alter awhile apostles, St. Peter atuf St. Paul, and all Suid would you believe it she nw#r rne«. the saints and sacred host of Herucn, tioned the subject to me. I could not and to you, my ghostly jFauier( de declare Aiul it i in my heart to say & thing about it Hguitt lor more than five mouths. Meantime she had takeu cold aud did cot get strong again. I saw »he was wearing the thought of it about her like a mourning ivet'd, and .0 when alie aeeiued a little better I talked to her about the great principles of our Faith, and to those whom the spirit revealed iUelf must follow its dictates, or be fur ever cast into hell. And 1 told her sh« wwhife itliat she would n live very tang, an.l satiun between a Mormni elder au a separated so much the "little lime she was ere rvi I if 1 please I, the families might 'i id live toletlicr. I tdtd her seus.Lil.-, anl getting used to sounded like poetry. She always had a way of pi':'.i., ip such .U things out »f books," Did .he gel well N», not yet. Indeed her cough is ratuer worse, and sue is more feeble, but she seeiiis happy enough. She is very kind to every one, especially the two lit tle childrea, and site will got better wiien the spring comes. I know she will, be cause it has beeu revealed to me that she is to live a:d dwell with me a thousand years when Obfiit shall reign and judge the world." Political G-imblora. religion-but the idea of my marrying was no hindrance. It did not occur to her as possible, and it was not for a long Hilu',au8 «ho have been from my heart, without mental reserva tion that liis Huliiif ss, the Pope is Chris's Vi ar Getgial, and i^the tru« aftd'only Head of theXaiholic o? llutrer sal church throughout the earth and that by virtue ol the keys of biuding and losing, given by tny ^aviour Jvisus Ciirist he Las powet to depose heretical kiugf, princes, states, couimouweahhs and governments, atT Ijeing illegal witiiout hit sacred conflrmatio.), and that tlicy tnty need not fear my affection for her would safely he destroyed therefore, to the be divided, for I had vision, in which it was told me that I should love her for ever, and that we should nercT die, but live together and see a thousand years of Christ's reign upon the earth, and be by him regarded for our obedience and willingness n »w to cast aside our selfish human wtll and sacrifice to bim. ntrnost of my power, 1 shall, and will defeid this doctrine, itnd his Holiness' rights and customs against all usurpers of the heretical (or Protestaut) authority whatsoever: especially against the now pretended authority and Church of Eng 'and, nnd all his adherents in regards that they and she be usurped and heret ical. opposing the sacred inotlier Church of Rome. I do denoun e aod disown any allegiance as due to any heretical king, prince or stale, named Protestant, or obedience to any of their iuferior ofti i ers or magistrates* I do furthex declare that the doctrine of the Church of Eng land, tbe Cakinists, Hugen ts, and of others of the name of Protestant, to be damnable, and they themselves are damned and to be damned that will not for*ak«* the same. I do futther declare, that I will help, assiiti and advise all or any of his Holiness1 agents, in any place nhertirer I shaH be, in England Scotland «r Ireland, or in any ether territory or kingdom I shaft come to. and to do my almost to extirp^tp the Pi oteV.aut d»ctriae, and to destroy all ti*#iir pretended powers, !oJlsui ^. 1 freli.d so in my ablouce. At Ust it was this, or sli« *w the fully ot resisting her i fate she got ijniet in her mtud*- .to it iu People do get used t. aay vou kmi v. VVben tl»e iron force of cir^uuH'aaces presjk»s ihetm on every •side, and tiiey do nm know where or (how ta resi^, they »»t last grow quiet. writing ©f ctmi.n*U itv*.wa itsfkrvi**, but to exe.uite all th«t shall be prop sed, I given iu charge, or discovered unto me, by you, my gliojdy father, of of art* e this sicrt* 1 .*)/ent. AW of whieh, 1. A.« ii., !o swear by tlse blessed Trinity, an4 blessed Sacrame'tt, whicli I am now to be kepi mvioltthU*. and to call all the hettvmdv and glondus host of heaven to witness °h »e, my real intention#, to keep tbif my oath. In testirnony wiiereo1, I take th« rttost Iwily and blessed Sacrament i of the Kt»charist and witness the same lace &e." Now that the Prohibitory Law has ie ceived the sanction of the people by a» overwhelming majority, it is very likely 20$ horsemen in regular order follow ing the?e, were 150 wagons, carriages, ie*after I got there that I thought of it i hanging upon constitutional points und I &c. They gave repeated cheer for Kan questions of expediency, will in the gen-! id not mi* witii the o-lw®1 coufusiou of parties, alight ou the right side of the fence, and suddenly be friends of She retained her old eastern ways .Mt.ualo.yt ulHKK. ltaJl»nruW .«l— lrt her Jo nmdi work, her tand. m-K Mo1 temp«..ic, wl will JouU .-ouviu« many that they have been laboring on ttrat side of the question all the time. A little refieaiutt on the part of the people ust have found it difficult to jn ibis instance. Those who were non. honesty is tlie best policy.' ter. sas an( i L^martine's MotTvr It was the fate of the father -»f I-amar tine, the great living French poet and nrn'er, to lw mixed up witn the first French Revolution. During that s'ormy period, he, with a great number of Ins compatriots, wa# immured in prison at Mtacon. He was not there 1 ng, befoie his wife, with her child, to k lodgings opposite the window of tit« cell mmicIi enclosed ihe repuMicin. She so-ui drt, \v his atientioD to herself and his child, which though he eftuld not ?peak to her for fear of the sei.tinel, tecoutlled him n s me measure lo his captivity, aud lessened tbe burden of his woes. "My mother," says Lamaitine, "carried me every day in her asms to the garret win do.v, she.wed me to my father, gave me nourishment before him, made me strech out my little hands towards the bars of his prison, then pressing my forehead to her breast, she nlmost devoured me with kisses in the sight of the prisoner, and seemed thus to waft him mentally nil the carasses which she lavished on me." At last she hit on the happy expedient of convey iug hiiu letters in the following manner —She procured a bow and some arrows, and tying a letter to a thread, she shot the arrow, to which was attach ed the other end of the ikread, into the window of the prisoner's cell. Iu this way she sent him pens, ink and paper. He, then, by the 3anm ingenious expedi ent, sent love-letters to her. Thus the separated husband and wife were ena bled to correspond, to cheei saah other's hopes, and sustain each Qther in their misfortunes. This was all done at night time, when the terutinixing eyes of the sentinels remained iu happy ignorance of the medium of communication. Sue- !tght, mother fclmrcV? int erests, to keep secret I thread atd trans aitted to the prls oer.— !ii pri' „to, all her ageat's counsels, from The rope was firmly fastened on the one ... ti'„,e to time, as they eatruat m«. and nat «id to a beam in the garret of the lady, married »'«"•., dit,„Uy or iualr,cl|y, liy further, with my hand and seal in the front knot to knot, and enjoy delightful t'.ls holy c.j.jveut this cl.iv of, hours of converse ioved best on earth. K&osas jBleaticn. At the recent election in Kanw^ ioi members of the Legislature, the 1'ro Sl,%very tickets were eh-cted by majori ties far exceeding the actual popalatioa. The following letter, which we dip from the IrfissMiri Rimhtienn will explain how the thing was done. InoErENurst e, March 31. Several hundred re.urniiig emigrants from Kansas have just entered our city. They were proceeded by the Westport and Independence Brass Hand. They camc in at the west side of the public square, and proceeded entirely around it, the bands cheering us with fine music and the emigrants with good news. Im mediately following tbe Bands were about Missouri. They repor from Kansas" uor break such a thing lo'lier." commital upon the temperance quesno^gj .*Sq«atter Sovereignty -Ves it was hard to do. But al hit as 1-ng as its popularity with the people I said I will do it on Thursday, and on was untried, are at best but time-serving politicians, and should be learned a les- municipal election at Richmond, Va ou .officer of undoubted bravery u •Li** Regw- 1 In the case ol Gover vs.. Dill, tried iu llislnct Court ot Jctleson county leal ,ni week the plaintiff recovered $1020 dant ages for seduction alledged to have been i aw*u#lishvd iiitdar of uurriag*. report that not an anti-slavery man will be in the Leg islature Kan?as. This will doubtless be joyful inlelli* gece to JoducDorSl«,..™l other w,ii.t.iof ter sovereignty njvoraes, wbo pro!e5Sed so great a desire that the people ua i Stltlers—shobld regulate their own will enable them to fathom the new-born institutions. The great fraud having rt*cviitly arrested, was released irons pris been consumed in accordance „ilb on when the CaU,vU left. oi. the .etunty zeal of these converts, aud place upon them tbe right estiioate. Political dex terity has generally, in this Mate, ensured political advancement, and many will, no doubt, endeavor the show their ingenuity jghi to "stop at Independence aud liq Atchison's program, the "«veral hnn-^of dred returwug thought tiiey had a good cand,aal beil,g a stoat cord was fastened to the j, .ml Ik. o.ta cm!'« ihe W or the then, siitnmotiiuf up all his courage, the prisoner glided along the rdpe, above thv heads of the sentinels he crossed the «rei*t, a id found himself in the arms of his wiftf and beside the cradle of his child. Su :h an adventure required the hero's courage and the philosopher's caution, and none but those who were personally interested in it can ever im agine the feelings which must have agitated their hearts From time, to time, when the night was dark, the knut. ted cord would glide from window .vindow, ind the prisoner would pass ft with her whom he Lite from California. AftSiVAI. 0b THE ST EA Ell. NORTHERN LIGHT. ABftlVAL or TBI CAM A WIS .v LATE FROM HAVANA. New Yo*k. April I®. 1 be Steamer Northern Light arrived here yesterday P. M. with dates of Cali fornia news received by the Promelheotis via New Orleans. The specie list $10^, 000, of which Wells, Fargo & Co., have $60,000. W. Saligmnn til.000. The steamer Jhti L. Stevens arrived upon i it 'i .i i t),0'JO people were oo tue ground, the 16th March, and Uncle Sam on the 3d. The gold nunes were yielding ,jJt. largely. Market* very dull, and no news I SX( DEsI' k if. New Ycm.4. April 16., 1 1'. .M. The steamship Cahauba arrived al this port thlS moruitig, With Ifavana dales to the 11th. Ifavaaa was quiet. N nsf a'TaTOt al K*'"*""1 1 11 the regular troops being stationed along -the. ac* li,e coast- Mr* (M,«our,) llavana unt.l hi, case .lee.deJ. lh'aih of ihe Northern Light s .\tu*s. 1 Very little of interest had trans e 1 in and thus ends the farcical humbug Central America since tho deatn of Chomoro. The democratic army Leon Uie.HHOitD Citt tip commanded by Gen. Mua*. who is a., i son in the school of experience that! the 4th i&t., resulted iu the complete pectiug an early attack by tbe Legitimists njj^y passed the Niuth Ward polls, where About this hour, •, majority of 1,256. Col. Carlos had also been released aud Th»* majority id the Richnioad district allowed to remain at his residence ualil fcr tho Whig ticket at the last two gen- the sailing of the Packet for Cadiz. eraWlectumi WtU about 330 Bum,i's.= was imnroviier an.' No. I. 1 aiJ.] tx Ot interest. withstanding Uni.r pie^ence, figeta oe-.a onallv occurred. A party \wiii upon a Pec3' ll'° N* Deut' t' 1 llial lvou" 1,1 'g q,M!ii ,es ol N»g.n i«a-'l ai. a« dency. Walkei's e ni.ri a .is l« .• abotM the mu1 lie ot Man Vessel bound to some |h America. Col. Walker at." u »«ge iimiii* |**r of Ins loHowers weie actively hut pr.vatelv piep:M-.n'' t«» i'!loW| ftwd have I r. a v. s"" 11 ifeey w iu C'eiiival America, a ad especially Chihuahua, Chili. It was reported at San Kraucisco that Sanders, the extensive swindler and forger, had escape11 on tha mail steamer foe Havana. Page, liacon & Co auuoimced thut they would resume business on tiie 20th ult. The Maine Liquor Law, it was expect ed, would pass iu Legislature the present session. jBiaotion ilioU iu Ciactaa&tl I Jmmenst Frauds upon ihe ihe liaUol* Dor —.hncrican Citizens .Vi/•d rouk!y assnulfrd and Driven from the Poth— u®n. Heimigc and Riot—The Eleven!k Wuid Destroyed II Tuii.tBAY EritUl. We stated in yesterday's paper, that during the forenoon a bitter iccling was manifested by* the Sag Nichts lltQ Fleventh Ward, towards the few Amer icans stationed at the p-iUs. It was as cess having inspired ceutage, the lady I H.in.1 I'aVoruble to any ot the candidates with the assistance of the arr^y and thread, afterward* cony^a a file to the captive, witli which he silently filed •hrqugtt'oue of the bars ol his prison, and fegal or otherwise, I do lur'.'.ier promi ic 4nd declare, th^ n'iwSt'usiiUj.liBg 1 ^fnjtheu restored it toils place. Ou the dispeusy n*itk, t»vaaiman f^yy tvMgwu u»-xt ev«ning, when tlnMre was no raoan licrctlctf, Tor tlx piopa^ itu^ u Uie on the American ticket. Several per sons were knocked down for crying "Hurrah for Pap Taylor!' and the few Americans stationed at the polls as challengers, were constantly derided and alien the lid Was opened. insulted. The utin.-t disregard was paid to the challengers, aud illegal votes were received and lepo*itr«Y in the baUot-box with impunity. It was accom plished through ihe following incident A youtig man, and a legal voter, came up to vote. One of the Mohawk bullies asked hnn what ticket lie iiarf, nod It? replied "the, American Reform." TERMS £1 r.o in ADVANCE ol 4'^Jt .you can't cof thai tickrl hut I" was the response. He was immediately knocked down. The few A lew Americans .. Pha.ml Lim was Stabbed in the breast just as he was' Striking a heavy blow with the dray pin. Tft* ierman policeman tyok part tht mumuU upon the .fhnerkant iarP e police lo.ce arrived, but not- .lack*ou Hill and to k possession ola c.uiiton,- which was being fired by the Gciiiians Tins tiiey laought to '.he lliii ward p. ills, ai.tl iiJiiUd a ilag o.er it, with gieat chei Ah »ut this 1 Mayi v. dbaker, wiro wits inside i..v polls a ...iut-d alien, tigil. He was attacked by some per^m «ho we do notkn iA and in tin* NO. 20. *tte i11V Ciim«* .*• •ntr, I e w« -urr ed by tne Irtaii, who would ^roan an»i is.iake their clut« ut riieir lace Th* 1 Irish inut it all their own way until tf»« n111vh 1 »i the rarty from tbe Efcrentb Centr *,1, War-1. As this party »ppr"««hr4, Cnpt ffexr obtained irom a pron i»p fni pn*H by trie Thirteenth Ward poH^. and h" jbeg^td the Iri-h to remain qu el and chartered tw i thr purpose. j|V,t jir,ne4,, n.n attack. The pirty witti Col. W«lker im *i *. its forces w «Ui|( nwimi, same down sycamore rtrert. Gen Muais is was expected that to etween Ktghth aivi Ninth, and at the m»e lu.portant change* 1 ^l"^1 officers, «ere about turn- iog tu avoid collision, when the Irish sent »p a shout of deRanct*. The American Kic.ii ijua. rht ateamship compau| ha\ e p,,.ty nnmedm ely wheelftl and daslietf discovered a very valuable cool mine 2 into the crowd. "Hie Irish opened for «nik*s fro a San Juan Pel Norte, ®nd i them ut,-d the cannon go. into the rente, within alwut one mile of the coast. 1oi \b*,r cmnd- wh™ »h*y Hosed in m.ide an attack rt*n alt sides. The Arneurans were prepared f^' them, and defended themselves fcoldh Cap?. Sealen, of the barque Ainerica, who aided Meiggs, the forger, to "scape, had eliM ned to San Francisco and rejwrts atid brarely. ritotiijli stones were»how that Meiggs and his friends are at or near ered them from all dirntions, they Lam )l.« A I 1. A L^l.. •in less than three minutes, put the whole oiowd of Insit to flight. The Irish fled down Eighth street to Broaduay. There they agam rallied, and wer^ about returning, wlieu the einnon wss traded and tired i»to their ranks. Thii endtd (ho riot. A imuiher of Irislrmen were t«d!y in jured, and w»ra 1 Americans were se verely burl. These aie the facs of the rurt, ami every one ca i see that ti e ex Cesses com rutted were caused bv ihe fidi deleiniination ef" tlie t. reign ,mr»y to pet peiraie ilauds upoi the ballot lox, aodi tu doing this, they committed an o|t* faye upon a few quiet American ciH* /«ns, wfcieh aroused a tptrit of retat'.a- in the Thirteenth Ward, if nzs r, present ,.rf««.ml .nr™« Wm. Barren f." U» tii.y were .suited ««li Any f,m. I other weapons*. They Were, of cuu ae, W e«lne»dav, April 4. soon overcome aud driven away, nearly I fhere wa* ^rest excitement athhrougb every man being first brutally b. aten. One was drawn from his buggy, where canal, the Germans who bad ut tamed he was sitting quietly, and beat over t'.e possession of a cannon taken from thrtn bead with clubs. the day before, were told tint the Ameri- Some of the Americans were prepared i nult? t! e judges deserted the ballot box, w!.e:» some one took U and brought il into ihe street, where it wa- dt .n jhs.md, and th.* ballots scattered in the street. created a ireinendous exciienif u consisted of about 2000 soldiers aud iifi was a riot ia the 'ihirlecatn Ward, and peace, and by 10 o clock the crowd qtsictU 1*1. ciirniiaiiilmt l»v (ion \funos who is an! cheery was raised «'To the Thirtecnih dispersed, alter coming lo a s uederstand- WHh th(i e 18 tX ,„ 'success oi tne American ticke:. For' cuder Gen. Coral, who lias au army of j.they'halted. Th« polls, however, were four hundred person-, who had been Mayor. Joseph Mayo received 1,971 50,000 meu under him. It is reported closed, aud «o disturbance occurred ex-! Juarchmg arouud the streets erased to oaayuc, ewaviiu «a»»w ae^» *, ..... n ceut a fe-v Hebts. The MrtV then nro- the upper side ol "iC cana i w tih the mten votes against 715 for the. Democrauc and generally believed tual about a«50 of the Thiru e .th Vfanl. tioti/as was sanf. of ekainin loud ly proclaimed that the Irish would ruUi liie city, and this attracted atteut on Ml that ^iamr, and caused the rtol'lfevre.* MORE FRAVD8M Important Discovery in tnuch as one'sWas worth to say any-j were juocceding with their count, this morning, they discovered a batch ol tick ets in the ballot box, having the appear ance of having been placed in without the Tterffth Watt. Ae the judges of the Twelli. Wtfd going through the hole of the lid, and that tney must have been p«t in iu a buoch They proceeded to an ffttrstigalDMii anl it was found that the cumber of tic ftats in the tallot-lux rxce^ded the number of mimes on tbe loii-bo .ks to ihe manner of The American challengers hardly dure open their mouths. About one hundred Uhe subject into consideration, ut what bullies, including the ward politicians, determination, they came to we have not mostly Germans su.iounded the polls, learu*."', The discovery ot th* fraud be aud they were backed by several build- fljty-fae 1 red Germans. As an evidence oi the feeling ol all, we state tire fact ttmt on more than oue occasion a clerk forsook ling with an American lyr challenging tile V"Ui. Matters went on this way until about two o clock in the afternoon, when a de termination was made to drw the jimer- icant Jroia the poll* The judges immediately took ing reported dowu-to^ U, Caused 'he gfiMH* est excitement. Every hour seems to si e^r ll:c itumuUes practiced by the oppop".ion. They reaolt- Ui« poll books, and commenced quarrel- j#d to cvtry wvc^s of fraad, to carry the election, 0«d I dek at the ttislies of majority of the legal voters ot the cit^f, rvi iu. Two o'clock, I'. M.- One o£ tbet iu repoiters biu juit returned from the Twelfth Wafd |'ills, aud brings the news that white the judges were counting the votes, a body of men entered the room and took the containing the tickets forcibly from them, and lun.t both ticket* and tally-sheet in the open street! UKEA'l t«CI rt**T AVO MOB* HWHJD- .. e,ty yesterday alternoon Over the cans aud did defend themselves. A Gorman,!gathered 1.1 immense crowds, and re saul to be* in the employ of were corning up to retake iL They lv®d *, i 8 ba,J ing up t» :e Kleveutii Ward, iro:n Hie "u11^* ^berift Br^aeais, (ivu. Sargent, do.mi town polk, and by 3 o'clock ful|.aiid othori, were among lU Atneiicans, 1 he urging them to disperse. ,.• 7 bt..hea weie driven Iro n tne poll*, and ballot-box piotected. The Mayor to protect the cannor. Rttmors •si,re^,, d-'wn-town, that the Geunans ar,ll,''^ '^owu tnemseltes, and were coming 10 destroy the building of the 1 e* office. The Germans gathered The |olb cleared ot ail opposition, i "ear ^"•''•"ans Hall, aod a small froud frautliiltMU votes were |Kii iu wiui iuipu-!0' Aait*ricaji3 at* tms Vj«v HtG#l cad# inly, amid tne cheers ol e crowd. Tlie ^r,d?c. news soon spread to the lower wards Gen. Mooie tvas^among the German^, and in a hall an hour p«^pj» &*me flock- !aiK' ,al' cou,-' on Vine, ,M a"'4y l'lf, exc'','" These gentfemen, wtif»"'Ctd. M.oore, had nhnusi per.-"ided b. tb parties to dis perse. When Dr. Fries drovup uirt»rg buggy. tbe tieiinins, and risn^g his advised them to arra themselves, and if they could not get anybody lo lend thein, l*e would do it. Tins raised tbe excite ment higher than ever. The Germans cominoikcd arming themselves, and their crowd augmented. The crowd at Vino street which ut u ijiue excelled two hundred persons, reused to disperse, untii thejf frttaitird jx*sei,|ljr1 »f the rsn non. 'I'lc Klu riH', Oirough on order frotr Gen. Sargeaut, rbiiited the fantiSft.— The in.ans gave it up t« him, but be ooul.1 get 11 one lo help him take i» Ti.i^ awnV- The i blatters remained in this condition until Mohawk bullies rallied and au id tbe .after dark, jfefttntiw* Nichts went American patty, btu' v.ere pn. i- »cer the canal, nnd did uli ibty could to palsed. Tbe GernJa p-liceinf e increase the exvirenM«| ihce. A large Wiu-i, who h.id acted disgraceful tbro-ij:-, ncetmg of Americans was I eld after ...Ut the day, were driven off. jdark, at Fifth street market bouse. The At o'clock, news came up that there general disposition there was to re«fore non at l!((Mr ht the crowd started to tlie Thirteenth ward, necessary. ,a(U iug to rally ai a given signal, if il was At the Thirteenth Ward, a en v of'Tbev marched up Vice street, aad when about *2000 Irishmen iiad s'ln' ^indeu ifi^ s '""1' 'he bree**..,., cram# 9f tbreoec tbe cannon. a polls, the most of them armed with c'iul. on loth «ides of tht If auv pets*.i ku«"\n to lajlongto Ikee|»p Hall, tb-. y were bi^d vV** r^tanied, tut tl*e ,..