Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 7, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 7, 1855 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 7010. MORNING EDITION?WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1855. PRICE TWO CENTS. IMPORTANT POLITICAL INTELLIGENCE. Hew fork, New Jersey, Massachusetts I Louisiana Elections* ASTONISHING RESULT IN NEW YORE. WHERE ARE THE ADMINISTRATION SOFT SHELLS? Where is Prince John Van Buren's Fifty Thousand Plurality? THE HABT SHELLS IN THE FIELD. THE KNOW NOTHING AVALANCHE. 8 C E N E 8 AT THE POLLS. Appearance of the Political Headqnarters Last Night. IB UETROPOLIS IN i CBElT EXCITE.VEIT* Names of the Candidates Probably Elected, Ac., See., Ac. We give the fullest returns to lio obtained at four o'clock this m ornlng. With a dozen tickets in the field? with any umber of candidates?with inspectors of elec tion* annoyed in all sorts of ways, our returns are a mi racle?a wonder that we can give what are presented in this edition;of our paper. Another edition will be lssnedjat one o'clock this afternoon, when wo hope te publish a fuller Hit of successful candidates?fuller returns of rotes?and ? more accurate result throughout the State. Meanwhile eon over what we give?look at the wonderful strides of the hard sheila?the remarkable increase in the Know Sfothingl?the smallneas of the b aek republican vote in the Metropolis, and the eaviug in of the toft shells. I/>ok ?at the figures. There they stand. THE ELECT PROBABLY. STATE SENATORS. District 3 Daniel K. Sickles, Union deal. 4 Joseph H. Potty, K. N. 5 Ma-k Hp. ncor, Soft Shell. 0 KraatusBrooks, If. N. CITY ASSEMBLYMEN. District 1 Daniel Meehau, Soft. 2 Benjamin Ray, Hard. 4 John D. Dixon, H. and S. 6 John j. Riley, H. and S. 0 Aug. J. H. Duganne, K. S 8 . .Cornelius Carnes, Soft. 10 Jobm M. P.ked, K. N. 1 4 Trm. K. St'ioarl, Fusion. 1 5 A <?. Williams, W. K. N. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICERS. Comptroller Joh.x T.Ciixh Know Nothing. Sheriff. Joearii n. Tooxk. . Know Nothing. County Clerk Kic'd D. Connolly.Hard and Soft. Street Commissioner.... JofsE.'H H. TaTi.or. Know Nothing. Com. Rep. and Supplies. Nath. 8. Selih....Hard and Soft. Corporation Counsel.... Lous N. fiioiitR.. Know Nothing. Coventor of Almshouse. Isaac J. Diivkr.. Know Nothing. " " " C. God'y Cuathor.Hard Shell. City Inspector G?>. W. Morton..Know Nothing. JudgeHup'e C't, I'gt'm.E. P. Cowr m Know Nothing. '? " short term. IlBXltv E. Know Nothing. Judge Superior Court...Mrwuv iliimus.Know Nothing. " " ?' . ..L. B. WooDnrrT.. Know Nothing. Judge Common Pleas.. .John R. Brady.... Hard and Soft. ? Judge Marine Court....A.K. May.vajmj... Know Nothing. ?Coroner Edw'dl). Conner jr. Hard and Soft. " Robert Gamble.. .Hard and Soft. ?? F. W. Pkrrt Know Nothing. " S. A. Hi i.t Know Nothing. THE COMMON COUNCIL. BOABD OF ALDKHMKN. Tfonli. 1?JoaiaJi W. Brown Holds over.... Hard Shell. 2?Hiram (bruin Elect Whig and K. N. 3?8amwIII. Hour Holds over.... Whig. 4?Bartholomew Ileal/...Elect fUr<l Shell. 5?H. R. Hoffmire Holds over.... Reform. e?John Clancy Elect n*rd Shell. 7?Chariot fox. Hold* over.... Whig. 8?Wm. Tucker Elect WhigandK. N. 0?Peter B. Voorbls Holds over.... Reform. 10? 11?Jm. R. Steers.... Holds over.. ..nerd end Soft. 12? 13?Joax H. Bbii*)s Holds over.... Know Nothing. 14?Peter Ifoneghan Qeet. Soft Shell. II hot 0. Barker Holds over... .Whig. Id? 17?Nathan C. Kly Holds over.... Reform. 19? 10?Anson Herriclc Holds over.... Soft Shell. Vf?Camming! H. Tucker.. .F3i ?? Whig and K. N. 21?George W. Varian. Holds over... .Hard and Soft. 32? Wn?. B. Drake Elect WhigandK. N. BOABD OF COVNCILMSN. SMrictt. 1?Henry Smith Whig end K. N. 8?Gideon CUrton Whig and K. S. 4?Isaac He Canno Whig. 6-?John Banlch Soft Bhe'l. 6?James I.. Wangh Soft and Hard. 9?George 4. Barney Whig and K.N. 10? Wm. H. Crane Whig anl K. V. 11?Henry Hughes Hard. 12?James Mc'lowan Hard. 18 James F. Kerrigan J....Herd. 14?George W. Warner Whig, K, N. andL. D. 1 A?Edward llerrtt Whig and K. S. Id?Orlando Ore/ Hard and Soft. 17?Jonas S. I'hlU|>s. Hard and Soft. 15?John D. Bet a Hard and Soft. 20..ledyard K. Avery..... K. N. and Wolg. 12. .Alex. Hemphill Hard ami Son. 28..James It. lewson llard and Soft. 24..A. M. C Smith Hard and Sift. 2d. .Ellas Combs K. V. 29.. Isaac C. Sheets K. X. .11..Ceo. H. Raymond K. N. 39. .John H. Brady K. X. and Hard. 40. Chaa E. Appleby K. X. 41..Otis I>. Swan K K. 47. BspJ. T. l'inckney Whig. 49..Abraham 8. Jones K. V. 90 Ih T. McFarUuc. Whig and K. X. 51. .D. II. HcCormlck K. N. 52. J. C. Helme K. X. 90.. Hiram A. May nerd Whig and K. X. VOTE OF THE STATE. oca noon. rim run r <<r arc re. 1855 , Saratoga 1.. V fitario 1.. O lnmbia. ... 1 .. Broome 2.. levtngaton.. .8.. Seneca 1.. Tioga 1.. Wayne 1.. Contend 2.. -Cbantaaqor .1.. Duteheas ....0.. Ate 1 . Herkimer?2.. .Niagara 1 Orange.... 1.. Fteoben 2 . if *?! >5 m >1 S a' 1 1 1 If J y 1 ? r r I { i S? & c s3 m 5. ? '/> 227 127 low 29 288 10 202 :i?8 210 475 24 288 121 445 22 74 87 ? 44 53 58 13 858 ftli I0i 107 844 ? 111 108 511 277 077 52 397 159 011 ? 210 209 401 12 119 129 396 ? 407 491 372 29 281 20(1 1HB ? 57 92 10 f 29 M 150 44 241 124 ;n 28 302 1 110 4 88 98 010 25 58 31 1.10 1 112 5J5 1.80 2U Ml 402 ?A ? 907 w Alt *8 07* 84 440 KM 37 U1 101 12 51 115 IB 173 W 090 140 :? 129 429 4 T1 9 01 <w -.61 31 81 W7 171 ? IA-1 1? 91 92 185 214 r.> 0 215 328 070 32 228 250 4*1 .14 710 713 719 182 4mt 148 790 752 er .6. total .f** 5943 59041015 5441 > 77 91(5 1914 VOTE.OF NEW YORK CITY. GcmBKOK. S*'-RKTA*T or STATH. Nov. 7, 1864 , Nov. 0. 1865.? - 5 S ? F s is ^ F : 1.. 1.. 01 315 162 2.. 56 374 81 3.. 17, 312 16 Total. 163 1004 198 43 2.. 51 71 87 80 37 66 146 81 2.. 69 158 148 69 Total. 110 224 235 89 ?? 3.. 1.. 60 12ft 62 19 26 41 78 40 2.. 129 187 110 68 ? - 3.. 204 117 111 60 74 24 177 07 4.. 27 121 65 21 23 43 91 46 Total. 420 504 371 168 ? 4.. 1.. 61 427 65 41 17 293 90 315 2.. 87 300 30 36 6 77 24 304 3.. 11 211 21 23 0 140 10 311 4.. ?7 256 28 16 37 111 49 143 6.. 14 212 36 30 0 76 32 206 Total. 180 1400 165 144 78 697 211 1270 6.. 1.. 39 243 85 61 18 41 91 163 2.. 01 249 136 55 34 76 102 164 3.. 144 100 122 49 76 45 175 133 4.. 110 172 153 66 40 53 101 124 6.. 71 117 70 42 26 37 107 63 0.. 55 132 72 38 85 60 70 63 Total. *610 1073 587 310 *518 3lT 796 700 0.. 1.. 24 266 42 32 8 46 51 202 2.. 54 322 49 31 28 130 63 125 3.. 7 341 6 16 2 190 15 148 4.. 17 214 42 16 6 62 75 101 6.. 15 231 14 18 6 73 14 133 e.. as 268 4 18 7 121 7 197 Total. *rn 1622 167 131 67 012 228 955 7.. 1.. 216 203 226 54 136 58 238 119 2.. 165 133 139 45 94 61 148 81 3.. 127 88 82 86 91 27 120 77 4.. Ill 223 125 45 49 142 122 96 5.. 64 238 87 25 22 32 73 236 6.. 10 94 04) 17 10 45 63 79 7.. 79 124 86 50 82 44 112 145 8.. 60 244 194 63 13 130 196 220 Total. 842 1347 098 334 "447 538 1072 1044 8.. 1.. 80 176 111 30 61 41 111 82 2.. 110 177 166 32 76 78 176 115 3.. 08 241 174 28 63 108 213 118 4.. 91 119 96 24 47 71 121 53 6.. 120 183 282 48 68 121 263 87 0.. 83 229 162 60 71 134 173 89 7.. 21 221 103 35 40 40 119 121 8.. 46 146 67 18 17 69 71 99 Total. 067 1192 U34 "273 443 Til 1246 764 0.. 1.. 218 243 236 32 111 123 302 110 2.. 175 166 274 31 04 30 306 06 8.. 129 225 221 44 00 106 252 111 4.. 129 135 190 40 69 46 237 90 5.. 129 243 241 44 41 81 813 119 253 253 266 53 144 87 885 99 7.. 174 131 116 31 78 37 191 69 8.. 86 189 125 10 47 C8 168 80 0.. 141 130 186 41 87 33 245 104 Total. 1238 1714 1865 336 686 611 2303 878 10.. 1.. 133 225 179 46 69 162 211 00 2.. 93 214 169 82 66 118 204 120 8.. 82 211 186 46 41 120 190 186 4.. 67 184 212 48 ...1 ? . ? 5.. 95 210 210 37 63 158 218 76 Total. *470 1014 946 ~2Q8 - ? 11.. 1.. 17 149 60. 4 6 09 4'J 141 2.. 14 812 76 4 4 253 67 77 3.. ?8 141 153 11 13 01 160 67 4.. 27 149 212 13 3 107 187 58 6.. 44 126 187 30 29 60 189 44 8.. 64 334 207 20 32 194 190 145 7.. 38 170 217 19 24 43 176 180 8.. 52 129 280 19 20 66 279 81 9.. 25 292 217 13 22 78 169 206 10.. 10 184 31 2 0 68 83 108 Total. 319 1986 1C23 136 "l#4 990 1480 1085 12.. 1.. 81 101 6 10 60 M 081 89 2.. 87 204 67 12 34 186 123 47 3.. 87 110 167 12 88 233 39 4.. 30 162 19 11 5 38 40 114 5.. 60 104 64 48 33 33 78 104 Total. *276 "m 320 93 131 434 744 "343 13.. 1.. 64 162 169 27 ? ? ___ 2.. 81 210 128 11 ? 3.. 63 237 128 9 i. - 4.. 39 214 121 24 ? __ ___ 5.. 76 164 222 ;? 62 40 231 127 6.. 84 199 191 15 ? ? _? ?? Total. 490 1190 964 116 ___ __ 14.. 1.. 9 127 04 64 18 96 76 106 2.. 16 377 39 108 7 216 46 287 3.. 47 205 109 53 11 102 129 149 4.. 73 173 122 61 17 01 113 114 5.. 40 240 76 41 18 139 68 144 6.. 21 256 08 42 11 139 61 163 Total. 231 1378 *477 202 82 *782 484 962 16.. 1.. 179 174 210 40 108 68 280 91 2.. 144 108 138 06 06 39 229 143 8.. 194 111 87 71 126 47

131 49 4.. 180 96 65 80 81 26 138 88 6.. :;02 30 61 118 185 32 108 117 6.. 134 82 103 72 76 30 107 68 Total. 1133 690 *654 463 670 239 1063 659 10.. 1.. 7? 233 126 16 __ ___ 2.. 166 173 162 32 101 58 240 90 3.. 121 81 111 38 125 48 129 48 4.. 127 218 181 24 113 163 200 66 6.. 107 144 201 16 69 73 259 84 0.. 133 277 178 16 74 186 221 108 7.. 199 132 209 30 102 63 137 ISO 8.. 113 J51 143 24 83 72 245 74 Total. 1024 1400 1798 194 ?? ? 17.. 1.. 78 187 175 28 38 72 200 57 2.. 122 100 226 67 38 104 261 94 3.. 93 162 103 42 33 61 232 113 4.. 78 177 202 32 13 62 233 149 6.. 86 338 20 14 11 108 27 290 6.. 70 187 63 26 :i4 64 70 107 7.. 45 581 19 13 13 207 22 304 8.. 177 260 131 48 121 66 189 267 9.. 104 83 100 55 62 49 130 34 10.. 123 111 96 28 66 44 160 02 Total. 975 2268 1280 342 388 827 1593 1697 1?.. 1.. 122 410 136 17 __ _ __ 2.. 100 162 109 31 ? ? 3.. 01 137 102 38 ' Total. 313 73? 346 80 __ 18.. 1.. 200 188 140 164 87 34 146 63 9.. 180 507 164 07 ___ i. i. . ... 3.. 276 186 184 128 86 61 234 113 4.. 164 408 ?255 47 13 184 31 199 ? ?? 90 49 190 77 6.. 120 138 MS 168 Total. Ha? 1378 733 306 13 90.. 1.. 93 294 156 90 2.. ?0 8"6 200 ? 3.. 110 114 147 28 4 144 342 261 28 6.. 107 264 248 94 ?... Trial. 609 1379 1001 130 __ _ 91.. 1.. 221 212 228 147 111 78 397 147 2.. 117 240 214 01 64 76 313 248 8.. 109 96 75 23 72 36 1? 65 4.. 146 288 186 47 37 91 280 280 Total. M?2 836 699 *148 274 280 iiio 730 29.. 1.. 123 202 101 30 _ ___ ___ 3.. 126 814 176 11 i ? ___ __ 3.. 85 122 44 19 17 01 77 110 Tu4al. 804 638 320 62 TM vi4a of ritjr.11679 '.6904 16007 4347 BECArtTTLATION OF till VOTK IN THE CITY A8 FAB AR HKCKircn. King Hah A. // ibll-y, tfipnl. bx ion. frfl. Kmiw KrdMing. Hard, W.i.l 3 ? ? 2Kin)nT. _ 4 78 697 221 1279 8 228 11 790 7JO 6 67 012 228 9M 7 447 fctg 1072 1014 8 .443 601 1240 764 9 685 811 2393 878 1? ? ? 4*7 m?J ? 1 1 104 M0 1180 10*5 1 2 131 434 744 343 14 82 782 461 912 1 6 751 389 1<Y>1 5.V9 10.., ? ? 2S0 raaj ? 1 7 3*8 827 152;; 16 <7 1* ? ? 122 tnmj ? 51 274 260 lllf 7 0 22 ? ? 140 maj ? 17 ward* 379 0M4 1 .694 108 <4 Tfce *ii4< t?. l*ar firm faww, uat Vnwwihr- 1.091 ??'!*? to ?k? oliif*, 4,?82 to ttio ?oft *M4a. 9.734 to lh? Know WMIilr|> and 404 to tS? h*r4 Fran J tW* e- inr In ii than, Ikr Kn01* Xa'kiagj wail tm> ^ ^ jr rrrjr> m<f*. V.8r? <w at hQxXt* ' if 9x- V?. THIRD SENATORIAL DISTRICT. (Omi.ll ) liarr, bidet*. Ward. Hani OArll. U<tion I'rm. knots Avlhing. liit ward 328 963 73 3d " 141 131 363 3d " 4.0 331 286 4 tli 7- 1,101 878 117 6tli '? 508 526 1,010 Cth ? 943 348 74 Total 3,341 3,567 1,8111 FIFTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. brocks. A". IV. bundau, <frm. Ward 12..Wat. 4 M 113 lft 1 463 93 ? 2 396 109 ? ft 335 104 ? 0 287 87 16 3 303 76 ? 4 339 901 ? ft 36ft ISO ? 6 284 298 ? 7 396 1 02 ? 8 270 150 18 3 898 48 ? 4 366 149 ? ft 40ft 88 ? ? 83 3fl9 21 3 221 64 18 2 326 60 ? 6 477 962 ? 7 196 308 ho far 6.851 3.783 SCENES AT THE POLLS. FIRST WARD. The pollfi Were opened at the three following place* in this ward at half-paat nix o'clock?the legal hour?In the morning, Tlx.: Broad street flouae, corner of Broad and I'earl streets, No. 67 Greenwich street, and No. 110 Green w i< h street. Keen than the friends of the difforent can didates were about, SId quite a number of yeung lads? a sort of light infantry skirmishers?were despatched to all the surrounding corners with loads of tickets, in order that each might offer that of his employer or friend to the voters as they approached. In addition to this, every cor ner public house, for four blocks on each aide of the booths, was secured by one or the other of the ofllcessekers, and . used as a republican "rtilo pit," from which bis forces might pounce on those of the enemy, If neoe**ary. The j-oiling was very languid until about ten o'clock, when a good number ot the "solid" men, who had their tickets al ready prepared, went up. and baring deposited them silently in the box, retired without causing, or seeming ly feeling, any excitement. About noon a number of the wmering democracy approached, and were vigorously assailed by the ticket holders of tho harts and suits. It was evident that the great feature of the contest in this ward was tho struggle between Daniel E. Hckies and Thomas J. Barr, for election as State Senator, whilst a good deal of noise was also made by the supporters of Hairy Howard and Richard B. Connolly for the respective offices of Street Conunta sloner and County Clerk. A very large crowd was collected at the Droad street House, where the people remained during the day, conducting themselves In a very good humored manner. A det vchmcnt of jiollce was prevent, and kept the way to the polling place quite clear, the men doing their duty in a firm but orderly uiauuer. Mr. Sickles' friends vl'itfd the place several times durirg the forenoon, distributing from a wagon some very neat banners and placards, (flbrinf a reward of $1,000 for tbe detection ol the author of an at tide which appeared in a morning paper, to the effect .that be (Mr. Sickles) was to be supported by the Know Nothings. This was a very good moajentAiy move, and told for an hour or so In "Pan's" favor, hut it was easy to see that his personal piestnce and the judicious division of a little liquor and cash wonld have made the goad I impres sion rr ore rndtn It g. Some merchants' clerks voted the ticket nominated by that body here. As they went up tliey were rec'ived by the crowd In a manner which fcbovred plainly that those gentlemen were too "snob bish," and carry too much perfume, patent leather, and long cloth skirts about theui tvor to beeome cordially associated with the masses in politics. They were hailed with tha remarks. "Faith but he's a niee young aaas "Troth he's a Kn>w Nothing," "He's well dressed enough to be a whig," and such like, as they came to and departed from tha polling place. A colored man voted the republican ticket and was reoelved with loud "hu/ras." Whenever a person appeared who was well dressed, he was at once handed to the "re gular whig" ticket, whilst every man who was robust enough to be out without a coat on such a cold 'lay, or candid enough to own that he had not a coat, was at once classed as a supporter of Harry Howard. The p>U* closed at about ten minutes to ?ix P. M., amidst a terrific thunder of cheers from the agents ot all parties, and general pro clamation that eaehaud every one of them was 'all right" A very large crowd attended at No. 67 Greenwich street. There were a great many rowdies and the usual lot of drunkards In it. About 3 o'clock in the afternoon a terrific bruiser was knocked down at the corner of At bany street, and having received a number of kirks in tlve face from bis opponent, he got up with the bridge of ills nose much damaged, and a piece of hts under lip cut away. When he rallied a little, he collected a squad of bis ftiends and started In pursuit of his assail ant. This produced quite an exciting chase. The par ties ran abound several blocks, but the "striker" took to tarth near the river, whilst the wounded man was takon off by the police. Several noivy politicians were made prisoners around the booths at No. 110 Greenwich street, hut speaking generally the people were peaceable. It was remarked that the booth from which the whig tickets were Issued, was supplied with bottles of "rot gut" mm, and that every voter who took a ticket got a "pull" of this stuff into the bargain. A great many newly arrived Germans and Irish were about the doors and seemed highly delighted with their Oral lesson in tha exercise of the franchises of tbe republic. When tbe polls closed, the crowd began to disperse, after giving some sickly, hoarse, and drunken cheer* for Sickles and How ard. At a later hour, It was said that Sickles had a ma jority ol three hundred In this ward. He evidently ran well. The Know Nothings worked silently and quietly, but it was plain to be seen that they cast a large num ber of vntaa. The State ticket dli not excite much la tPM-t on any ?idi SECOND WARD. In thl? ward tha booth* ware erected *t So. SO Ana atreet, and Ho. SO Heekmau atract. In Ann rtraet erery thing went off in a plcaaant manner. Thar* *u plenty of liquor up rtetra, and an abuadanca of ticket* of all rhade* below. A middle aged "aoft" had hi* hat knocked off at noon by a Jureolln "hard," but the exiitament conrequent on thU act of rudenaa* war aoon allayed. The "Know Nothing*" woifced energetically, and it graa raid, at half peel aeten o'clock in the eeeulng, that their Suie ticket waa (hr ahead, and the) had alao gone clear of the other* in the city effleea. In the Ftrat dlatrict, It war aai'l that Ward, the whig Know Nothing candidate for Senator, had polled one huodixl and forty nine enter, and that Mr. Rarr ran ahead of Dan Mcklee. In the Second dlrtrfet. Ikekman rtreet, Barry II"Ward polled a goo<l Tide, aa did alao the Know Nothing*. The .drcood ward fiolh# ? ere eery efBclrnt In prrrervlng < rder. These were no tneidenta worthy of record during the day. TM1ED WARD. The polling dtatrietr in tbi* ward were at Ko it Owt landt rtreet, Ifo. t ?t. ^rter'a place. No. 2ft Warren street, and M'.. 63 Hobinaon rtreet. The <lay parted elf without any of th? ?e aoriour rconea which ?n?eU*ae? ch*i*rteri*e our alrction*. There were aotne Ibw peeeonrl reneontraa?a little Imdinegt?bat nothing like a regular organiMd opposition to one party or the other. The multiplicity of ticketi teemed to putfle the uneofbbti cited, and in many iaitnnoea the elector* Toted but "or or two ticket* '?John ' mid a reaped* de aaenibcr of the un'errifed to a friend of hlr "I don't kaow arhet ticket to rot* tl.? re ia r ;eu a derii of a lot of them fbotdtag up a tta'.i 'ft "allot*.i. there are aotne good whig* tad aotne r *d !en. remta I want to r- te for but whig*. Know Nothing*, hard, aoft end half aheli dem . crate and Mack republican*, are eo miaed np tggrtl.er that I ean't tell what to do. ' To thi* ioi hh Mhtierk J' hi. iCplled that It would bo bettor 1st* hi* Mftf t t" rot* at all than to run the rink ol ue'eting to put in a had n an " Well," war the re> iteitr, " I am an Ana* rieau, ami I d< n't car* whether bo la whig "f dewworat be d, acft or half rheh. to that a? I. a good u*r but d- me If I will rule for a Know Nothing " The po'iea am ngtment* Wert aamtrable, aad Uie Chief hart *?# dh tribiited III* tow that where Lhore war the ?Hgl?:*et warii'latpr ' '**1 ?it?reali n, the apnea #e~e - I the ' r'ar*'' h^iT. ^ ? .<lird eflbc ? and we hear-1 of no "?'??.r? in the Twtr > ww-I wharw an trv ??* nome air rnrnTii Vikr la ...# r. rd J?#.i war a leef orate .iiig|> ino r 'be Dn it aad He*'/ won. The caaiwaeriog ** */ be * '? Ws?* glttl e<?" ? tr aMe of which, howfTrr, could tr etas?ed nmnn-,' thet ord?r of distiubanrc* eommonly co'td serfuimsgoi for but for pfisoo* won- rsgeged in llir tight*. Many were the im . proper liberties taken wt'h I>utch grocer en and one gi gg<ric?. C(iig* of pullliciaru* of a low *tri|>e fre quently descended apon these refreshment saloons, and, without either 010IK-j or credit Wry generously sup plied tin msrlves, nud all I lone who chore to follow la their wale, wiih wheto-er tin- premise* oou'd afford. Tbeie were no arrest* for il'ogal voting ih this ward. Everything pa*?rd off in a much quieter manner than oculd bt ixptcteu under the circumaUBOM. rim ward. There wete mx polling rti inctr in tnis ward, nauiely :? No. P8 lecnerd S'reet. No. 18! Duuic atreet, No. 147 , 1 West Broadway, No. 103 Hudson iilrecl, Pfo. 417 (ireen wieh sueet, and No. 82 Voatry atreot. Though there www Mirh a variety of parties In the Aeld an caudidates, and thrlr hind* and supiHirters mustered ao strong at oaeh pelliig | luce, there wan no rioting?noonnlaugMt; and though there ana a little nudging and aooae hard squeezing. occasioned by tho anxiety of the vntera to take the o't repeated ad\tee of the HihaiJi, and '-vote early,? onr reporter could not hear of anything to mar the legit in ate, fre?, indedrndect and untrammelled vote by ballot. BIITU WAKD. Tide ward fully eu?ta ned It* well known character for buatle, noire, fighting*. Tim entire locality wa? one con tinual nceiie of g orious confuulon F'om morn 'tilt dewy ere. Even when right ret in the excitement wai tromen dou?, an 1 wa* well calculated to dhrturb the trAuqutlllty of dyepeplic todlvidunU. The polling place*, although well watabed by the police, were unnecessarily noisy, and often lluiid person* aero obliged to cross th? street to e*cape the inronvenience atteuding the operation of forcing a pa wage through a crowd of half drunken loaf er*. Contrary to general expectation there wa* no row of any consejuenee in thl* district. However, thure wa* an occasional hncckdoarn among the part ciilar friend* of the respective randidate* for A'derman and Council man. At the cloning of the poll* all a a* a* quiet a* cculd be desired. HEVRNTIt WAKD. Tbce wa* net a tdnglr art cut made la thl* ward during the day. Every district wa* applied with a large force of policemen, which had the effect to keep the "shoulder bittern" in good order. KKinra warp. Ihe poll* In Verlrk, Clarke. Domlnick and spring atrecta were assaulted during the day by a party of about twenty atrikera, who upeet the ticket box? ?-, and gave a pretty severe beating to a few who were engaged In dls tributing Krow Nothing tickets. They weir, however, prevent id from doing nnv aerlou* damage by the po lice, on wboae appearance they made a precipitate retrenl. One ef the officers, named David Mar-.li. who atteuiiUd to arrest ?? of them ? ng'y, wa- knocked down ai.d cut about tbe face, hut hi* injuries are very slight. The occnpan' of one of the boxe* who war found in it, was turnrd over without the slightest cere mnny and rolled about to the great amusement of the lorkere on. Twe or tliree arrest* were made tor disorder ty conduct, but the partie* were dUchaigeU Immedtately after. NINTH WARD. There were two arrest* for illega1 voting In thl* ward, but the inagirtrata dismissed them, on the ground that they were not fllrgal. It appenrod (root the statement made before htm that the par' Ics arresUd, before voting, asled the inspector* wha*. ticket* they might vote, a* they lind not lived long enough in the ward to vote the full tirkst. The in*|iectors replied that he might vote the Htate ticket but, through mistake, then votei the ctty instead. Two other* were arrested later in the day?one for voting Illegally ard the other for luducing him to do so, knowing the act to be criminal Another war taken up for assaulting an officer, and held to Utll in the sum of three hundred dollars to answer at the ho-sslon*. With thee# exceptions the kieclion in this ward was peace able and orderly. TINT It WARD This ward al?o wa* unusually quiet for election .lay. There was net even a disturbance at any of the polls. There waw not an arrest In tblw ward during the day. Bl.KVBNTII WAKP. There iu eonaiderahle excitement In tbi* ward be tween the adherent* of the " Brook*" and '? Munday" ticket*. Thorp woe tmroe fighting And Any amount of l.Atd (-wearing, At th? foiling place*. Thl* ward la fl 11 td with shipbuilder*, caulker* arid 'long-shoremen, who generally Tote the democratic ticket, provided there li no native ticket In the field to support. Thi* U one of the werda where the enter* are at once Know Nething* end democrat*. end Although the rest maj- rity of the rltixen* ere |>eAceAble And quiet, yet there ie a dr?prrate faction of "border ruffiniu" from the dock*, whove belligerent propeneltie* are alwayr brought Into flay on election day*. Among there there we* con siderable light ng in the Math And "enth district*. and the potiie were foreed to arre?t quite a number, ami -end them to the police court to be committed. The lower district* are generally inhabited by (lerman*, who rated the Munday ticket for Senator, drank the r *g<-r bier, end went home ratirfiftd elth then, elie*, the work), ami the "re?t of mankind." A* in other ward*, the local candlda'e* Attracted the greatest attention, very little feeling being man fe*ted ? the State candidate* except among the "liquor dealer*," who were am ou* for the elect!, n of e State Attorney 'leneral and Judiciary fhvur able to their view*. Election day* are good for the liquor traffic wha'evrr they may do for the ticket put forth by the dealer*. There wee probably more liquor drank ye* terd*y than oa any other day race the Fourth of July. There we* cve**qa*ntly quite a number of apirituel manlier tation* of a ?triking character. TtrB/.rrn wabd. In thl* ward, ''remote, melancholy, alow," bnt little excitement could I* looked for, and none occurred. The poll* were duly opened at the tarluu* place* designated ami eloeed at the hour specified. SUM cltixan*. one by one. quietly deposited their ro e*. Kowdiee were mo?t approvingly spare*. A* to tlie number gathered at one tlwie at any ?Ugle poll, the offerer* of vote# were for thet rnettrr. uniformly Jn the majority The cuatomary po lltlral placard* were brnu#it In requisition by the differ ent faction* The*, indeed, with their printed eulogies of favorite candidate* and corrrepondingVlenunciatlon* of oppr.nenta, lormed the only xppeaLr?allent elec'iooeer Ing, ?* It were?to nduee a change of vote. There v?i ne oral electioneering?no contention to apeak of?no light*, ant no arrtxt*. THIHTKKXTM WARP, !n thl* ward, at the Third diatrict. on the corner of Oran-1 a*.d I'.idge titert*, there wa? a row about four i o clock la the afternoon between the MrOion*) and lloyten fact one. THwwe two mee?kfct'onnel and H-jUti ? were cendldetee for Councilman. atrlck ampheltan-l John rhletd* were arrented atd lor e<l up. Joseph Wat- I kiua wa- arreated la thl* ward for Illegal roting. rOPRTBICWTH WARP. n the Kourtaeeeth Ward everything pa?*ed off In an una.ually quiet manner The detnitrscy ser ine I to have had It all tlwlr own way, an-! consequently aoy little eklrmiehaw that did take place were brought A beat, not through any opposition/n the part of ihe cai vo/a era, hut In vtetng with each '-thar to aea who eatjd r?n der the ueat eervtce Ve the patron camh-'atea. la IVn-' etrrwt a few now*? wrer* e-n.ewliat damag- d but the auf lererw were ermaoital for the loea of U,e!r elaret hy 'wing induced to ledolge la a frleadly drink at U ? moet eon ren a*it aalnoo. Jwrtgtor frt in the number < k-fiaaltOd sad recited coea'eaeneea we nv around tig poll?--ftl.? ward, we ere of eplnloe thet br-mly punehwa and ehl-lev rktne wee# in, I be-1 f, pronely > / Wioan at are iR the habit, wt.aoever on pp 'tualty *c- ura, of 'p.!u.g log - mew ha' imrr.'de'a'cy Fit TRRN fit Wiv Tt-? eb-ctor? te thia ward gene - *gy took I'g advice w# gave he? yewte.-day. to vote roily, em' aa a aaural '? oeaqi.eoew the election pea, 4 ,g| ver\ peoceatjy A few --f 'be vter? had Imbibe 4 pretty free,; do/lng ll a -ley. and exhibited their p Jtf Wm la a rather mdry ' manner let ae they did arr* etteaap' iuv vWleoce anl aa 'he <?at were disposed to t' . rale tton, they were wA Inletir-ed with The trtet woo were In 'arge L,r*n at nearly a'I the prx'o, and wave aa In* pmtt tf null ? umlaut j tea tarri'r.y energe'io In adrnifiof I ? 1 leitna nf their q (le-ant read, ale There war# ?? eflt of in aet- to niort ell the rood-data Ie the rtty. e?ed when the |mlla %ere fiord thee were ?, altered efwff the city ee'btqg ae enow hake* There were two ?r three a? f.aepta ?e r'te fl fa ly bwt <hoe we-a ?ely attewepta, Uu | ntlaa. hovtqg been -Iftec'ed la 'iree They #ee pe.j an Mt, however, as the charge w?? not very c.'ear >|i net 11. fB. QIXTIMtNTR WARD. There >u a little excitement around the p'fl* In thf* ward, in cnasequeticc of ihrce or ("ir persons having at tempted t? vote Illegally. one of there, wnen Rrought to Ui* statin* house, ??' unked ?>?< Induced him to vota when he was not a ei'lien'- "f didn't know," he replied, "thai there win. ant harm In it. Ileaidee, f wa? peri ueded to do It by a Mend of mine, who aaid I had a right to Rote." "W? U, tlr, jou had no right to *otr, nod we'll I,are to look you up for a flotation of lh? 'awa," teplled the tint lieutenant of police. And no he ear locked up, with another who had been arretted for the eaaie offence. At ?ne <f the poll" (hero waa a free fight, in which about u doien parsons were engage 1, and In which nnrre Rosea were badly dan-aged and eye* Slacked. One of these wan arrested for disorderly conduct, and another for throwing a tumbler at a man in n grocery a tore. It appeare the last meuttnned went Into the at are and demanded aouie thing to ill Ink, and on being refueed proceeded at one# to nflict summary puniahuient on tae poor clerk, whom he ?truck on the head with the tumbler. He waa proceed ing *\UI further, when a policeman entered and took him to the station home, where be wae accommodated with lodgings for the night. MKVRNTRXNTU WARD. Tliere was mere than the usual excitement around the polling pieces In this ward. In the Sixth and Hcventh dis trict*, which are altuatnd in avenue A, near Tompkins square, there were several serious lights, and the netgh berhood was the > erne of the wildest excitement through (ut the day, sad for mine lime after the cloeing of the polls at sundown. It Is rruiarkable to note that the election this year turns altogether on loi al candidates ; not a wot d being said with tefeienoe to national or Mute politics. In the He venUenth ward the "tudependaut electors' scorned to be Inkorii g under the Imptessiun that the vlection of "lien 1 inckiiey" or ''.llm Mel arlnnd" to the Hoard of (ioun cllmen, wes of Inltnltcly more importance thau the ter mination ?f the tii nnclel embarrassments in KngUiil or the (ate ot the allied armies In the Crimea. Our re porter, who U a young man of a meek and saint like disposition, was rery rudely assailed at one of the polls by a "rough," who threatened to "belt him llkuh?1 if Re did not vote for a certain candidate. Not h iving the most remote Idea what the process termed " belling" was, and not liking the looks of the fellow, etir represen tative beat a hasty rotteat and leit the Held in pos session of the excited politician. At another polling place our reporter was Informed that Jo I'etty was sound on the "gnose question," that J. Mcleod Murphy would vole right "at every pop" If elected, and that a remarkable young candidate for Councilman was a "good old man." all of which In/ormation he carr'uily noted, duly impressed with Its Immense importance, late In the <lay a lleroe fight occurred In lie Hevonth distilct, and a crowd of over a thousand persons soon gathered. Avenue A waa Idled with ex cited combatants, and It was with some difficulty the p< lU-e were enabled to put a atop to the disturbance. A nuuibtr of arrests were made, and the rioters were taken to the Fascx 1'ollce Court, and thets rommitte.i to answer a charge of rilenrdnrly conduct. John Cochrane and Iiiplain I'.yndsrs were botii at the polls ot the Fiftieth Conned district, encouraging the faithful; hut as their pressuee was oknoxlon* to some of the rrowl they wwre groaned and sbouh <1 at. and compelled to beat a hady retreat. Tlie poll box at the same place was taken off and placed on a earl and It waa with some difficulty rescued from the rioters. XIOflTKENTB WARD. At tlievarleua place* where the poll# war* held In tin* ward, ? demur t r?wd waa in conenuroe all day. TV* r* cltemeut, h< w?Trr, appeared to cntro mainly la the c<mte?t letwern Brooke mi l Muuday, f ir .i-uatoretilp. An unuauel development of American feeling ?m incon #e<iuenee inanlfivt. The itira ?n<l utrlpr*, and tliat f# 1.1 IUar bird, the American engln, mr? brought nv> t net in ly lata nerrlce. Amor.g the uutnerotM placard* h?? one, ire noticed, highly colored and profnmely deco rated, headed ''American ticket?American* fell in. ' An rs tended eamji grotinii, with tint* ant oopioua t'Uplay of munition* of war underneath, with a dim view of a riefn# nr_ setting *an in the dletani-* It we* hardly po#?lbl* to tell Which. The whole daalgn woe, indent, rnigmatiaed, hut the pr. rfipwne** of colurlnif an 1 large Imprint upon nne corner of the Hag doubtieaa, to mnet, eompenaeted for went of general clearmeei of mo reptlon. There wa* no lack of placard dfaplay hy thn other Ibclh tie in the field, but they were thoae only tluit buya, for two wiek* pant, have been tearing from board feriree and houre agent# awearing at, in daily viewing the fnfamou# coolnea* with which the iwine Were (meted, where were dirpieyed timet ? splint direction* to the 0011 trery. Again, theee placard#, with eteeyttoa at occa tinnal atereotype nut# long in the errvloe, were ell (.lain. A flight deviation tiom the beaten tra< k waa nne refer ring to Mr. TUgg, ncattered thr-i ?*> all Oie ward#, the i-nende# to wboee re election hoi taken occaaion to elevate a pouter of ron*p*euuu* dimen ?inne, deeigned to cau*e, If potudble, a tall In the tbernm meter nt thoee fanctionariei changed to retain hi* pre -ent office, it repreaented Mr ktagg la bia official aeat, with a nomeruna retinue of petitioner* in atten tat*, re pn-mllng ell the variuue owkanhll employments, who were loud In their denunciation* of hi* coui-e aa a pay meatrv of the pit bin a money, and ?ut.milting ilmnand# for iinmunt* claimed t? be Mveratly due ti#m. Two Individual*, l-earit.g tb? name*, Tliuma* Brady ami Nichote* Pitt, allowed their atoueed feeling upen lh? Itronlu end Hugh** eewtrovvwy to ev.-lie unduly their belligerent propenfetie*. Mr. Rnaov?Von are a Brook# man, are you not ' Mr. I'm?Tea, I am. What then ? Mr. H**PV?Take that, then. At the name Unm plant ing upon Mr P.'# naaal organ a blow whu-b brought the claret. P. thereupon, leelmg In duty hound, dlwhel C, and tiiere wa* protaloe of a lively time, whan the leo were aepereted by the > ffleert In attendance. P wa# drunk, and had been nol?y and Interfering for #oai- time It. waa not (er removed from the Inebriate condition. They were klrv iy cared for, awl farsMied weal ruble quarter# at the ?tall'ti boue?. Thia waa lathe evonth dlatrtct. In the Third dlatrlet. two erreeta were aleo made?Mr. Pulovan and Mr. Hand, both I*-ing druak and diaotderly. Meanwhile, a* indlretlog the #t;<lhg Aioer can feeling In Uila ward, at the verlou# poM* were ?te tl n<d eontrthwtinw hose* with card# In fr? et, eerne*tJy e*.hefting an beeriptP.o* t., the Weahingtoo Xetionel Mo nument from 'he wx dereta iom of bell e dime ami up ward. HISMTtwmn tilth In 'hi* word, though detightlr g la on ? stand*! *<11*01 elal area erjuel te eey of the epfer ward* .,f the rtty, the Voter# ha t te holt their enjoyment of the j.rl*lUg?# of frenchlee to three b^alltlia, eUaated r?*pe*i*-ly In porty-eeronb, M*ty Bret and k"?ghty etslh etrweta. The Wood and He?'t?h fa/IS-n? It woe espwta.1 w iu!4 (lad tl ? a rather peat field for free wet fall esetelen of their b' .t ln.ee In the ward. Aa A woe 'hev did mnaeura bly well, civwb'.ertng the nrtiWIia# they labored under At a former pet'act, when the eonteet waa wartaer aa eteetfeip ht 'hie word might have eneued In wmething mure aerVeis than oral omte*'* the pieeeat eleet*' n A a pfeeeUag to elate, po?*d off very *ele?ly, all In all. in the the Plret dlatrt/t h w ? eel, tht.e waa a ti ght ifrinsmege to the m .rwir.g but It wee ?* wje ted before < er (tag nt* enythlag I ke I 'tr < lev loieg. ttne men waa arreeVed In the o"*r? -wi a the vbtottyof tl.l* pi U, for *ttemptl..g to oer ?iau.U vote lia ticket, ae.tig, or waa 'howgfaf m?re .tr.Ung or gsmeata thaw were deemed nweUl '? "?* lecawt ' ? If .ct, two iwt.it! i%U newer-1 J -.eh ilaadev end 7h. maa ffeeln, got lute a *, -lebid' Tb- 'i eor ^eeefke ? wfeatiy had mat te do eith the i.acu.ly They wrve e*on patted, bet iwd till ***? hod ??** reeded .n d. *' I* Og tka "..lotet opUc ef fee apponeWt In the TUIrd dfetrt* < ne; offj tpeeOallp u.%m mo'by traa.pl/-t the etor'.uw f a ?-wa, Ibwnn eamx.1 te aglu'*< th? ? <ff' "t 'Hetrfet erce tlaa oil IV . Oth.r tMure lav red V a three ?*nr.?.alra_M*yoar t "air ead fl'an??bed ih-r hnetaof trwewt* and anrh waa urger,' i? rettl-f forth the 'felani at thrfr re?;.?et|#,a f*. earttee. hoNrl-'feW. '??rtwnatnty ettarnd. At?in* (hntfeff *?- at 'ha f #wvaeat lawteta.1 on iv . ,?,u.ag r, f tj>e #aor?e*twg <4 the vo'e. and '-'g ^j (a. In I* t> n?re '4 Oa y U * 1V*< r' ? ng it ir gbt h? prnpav t*i *'ate bad, et thn latr r . a# .'a , frtan fr?(W' l#>I'-'iPe ?if tl* I .? i |t , nt Uw e*i.tlge"e# ha', hea? wet rr- pfetetp II <u i*f the rtgtrt g,-in .f r*#i rPtwee V'n ? r *>/ i .? by t<*a way ?? aa* ?? gvwr ?' ?? ?t ? v- ? pr . ? *. l*tht# TWMTirrU WAKV. As it pricel ihi.g, it* diet urban?** of* serious ?aim* cm vim AD mi tills ward throughout Ihr day. A* u?u*i, thr* pclis wi r# to U fi uml, p,r tlx ui'st part, to a lo * swewre hy Dim apartment, patched on tlir top of a board u4 i ri 1 lalle tr some uttir equally (litmcriUt platform*. In on* of the of the Ms'eenth ward, the poBn ? era held in a had store. This locality was probably aa lrcted fi r thr c-s trcnlrnce eg ins par tare, who might 'akt their meal* without leaving the prvuusee. Cotnplaint waa n.eue by prtllMBinu tl-aithe tneatsr of Ingraat and rgiessto the pull* wan- in man/stun* entirely Inadequate. Whir* tlii'ia *u on^ una mtraiM, and that Barrow, ? latgw crowd wonhl (i equently preta toward* it with com biuedlbtre, requiring the strength of Mlar at ofltcni I* resin! thrm. <i?a ronssqut-nre war- thnae who had ptw vioisly entered to vote tvund much difficulty In |flUflg out. It U somewhat alngulhr that (lie sorer* |rn peopia, who ??t ?u high a value cw thoaloatlva Irattcblsa, should cna*?nt to eiarciaw that griwt jnlrfhgr in aucfa .audi quartern. Keery thing passed off quietly in tin- Meat district, and we hatre no crenl t? note wiwihjr of rarntton. Considerable drunkenness was visible about tha pott* in th* feennd district, aud seine hostile demonstration* were made, but nothing occurred reqinetag the inter fealglMf the peHra. J hiring moat of the afternoon, in numeral!* urchins, clad in barefbet and ahlit ?ii?ewe, and apparent!/ taking laaaoiia in the art of eoUng, werw Men in the vioinMjr of the polls, mounted on sundry pile# of boaida and high fences. We have nothing to report in tfio Third district of aap paitlaular intera#t. Tlioae who reaidein the neighborhood of the poll, to ? he fourth district, were entertained throughout tha aftarnis-n by a reeentrr between two parties of Juveatta ?hurt b-y**, rlalming to bo retainers of two engtaa ?on.paniea?theta weapon* were diminutive pavlqg alorea. Our repoiler, while passing along Malta avenue, near Twunty ninth street, lutd his naw Todtlebaw saluted with a inlaatie alsiut the site of a grape ahot, anf was obliged to taka refuge inside of a doorway to eacapa with u whole skin, tjceelonally a divergent .hut ?|ss)a4 thr hoiks of a pane at gla?s, or compatlod "tie of tha MB tatanta to withdraw disabled from the bold Now We buy* drove their advwtaatrir* down to Tiwi-nty eighth .treat, and anon " refluent rolte-l the t.do at war" bank again to Tliiilloth etreet. Not a poibutuasr aould lie as ew near thU Inlet < sting aiicalaelo during ail this time, al though the polls of tkia dietilat ware wUh a racy stone'* throw. Meanahile, on* of 4'J'a troop was run down hp a hurra and aagon ami snrmely tnjuiml. No blame waa thought la lie chargeable to the driver, and he was al lowed to pruned. Tlie boy was conveyeii ko the merest di ug atora. in tha fifth and Math districts aery Milk' drunkenaeaa wa* observed, nnd the usual supply of rvwd/i lit was nut k'pl AIIRKNTM FOR IM.KU AL TftTINO. Tlieie ware several arrests for illrga) voting yaeterilag. Tha imxjumnI in moat all caees pleaded ignorance in *?? tenualbn hut li e raeuae did not sua* tliem from tha lock up, as all of those unfortunate enough to be arrested weie I ommitteil tor *lam!natt?a by the magistrate* at the various pultrw district*. Mu hasl W. Iliggtna was an rated by the t's-ennd ward I?tire, charged with having Illegally vote>l at the First dintilet poll. I erdhiatid Hehultr wa* tin brimglg before Justice (lea noil y charged with a Uk" often-*, In haviu-r a'tsuapted to vote tlligaliy at the i ir t district poll In the ,-veeead ward. William M'Husky wa* taken Into custody by oOinar Fdscll, of the Ninth ward police, charged wl'h lis?lag vot?d llhgatiy at ths Flgiilh dl-trlct of th* Ninth ward election polls. M'Husky, It Is cltargud, has not taken nut hhr naturalisation papers ret, although be deela'cd his Intentions sons years ago. lie was rsm mitted for esamlnatlnn by Justice l>avlu n. Twu mtii were aim arrested In th* hlsleeqth ward, rhstgiHl by th? Inspectors with liavtng taken the priuaarp oath of rltfsensMp, and Uiea refusing to be sworn on ttsa second lath being administered. Tbry were detaiaeI at the station house for esaniinntfon. (jrus Marsh was also arraelnl on a charge of vuliag illegally in the llrst ward. He waa brought to th* Iawot I'rdice IVurt, where he was committed fur res aal us ties by Jastke Ccamotly, YOUNfl AIIKB1CA JUBILANT. to UM AT TIIK KNOW XOTHIWO IIKAIMIt'AA ?WtM KT MHKKAH AM. THAT NKVOI.VM rU i>ow wotiiivom im rirr* mi'imit* kwum, ?ah? W l< IIKM, < IlkKIlM AMI) H'lWIlIM- Tll? AMBItll'AJf ) AULK KJAKM MATtfl.b l OXrot XIWD AILAIT. Young AmnnA *t? all out art I!* M Ull bradouaitar* at NiU?nl 11*11, Canal atr*wt, la ? UMla low ima, rh"fcnl u|> wltb rl?*?ra anl i?l?w >muU. lha <i.< ia ?%? (orra-tly *wniMd iij a Ma>?U todf*. but It baa of l*<a Wi? tba <?>1*?1 hwl ,u?tl*ra of tb* K*ow N<dhinf or AnOTkoafh party. It in 11*1.11 d U|| (At >*on o'claiah Uat nlibi. *<vl ma Bitot ?ilh th?i lallhlul, who lolly and foot ho mo tod , without hutig h'nrd tha nawa. Sir. lt?o)?.ialn V*B I'.lpor a*t at tba high l W? an I arnutin.*d tb* r*. turn, u tbay aatoa la, mu'h to Utt <l*Ugbt of 111 brut bar*. Aftar a faw I.a-1 baa a row, r??n ahowlrg thai Um lb"tat l.*d gairiad larpily Ml l**t yaar Ihara wa* ? b n<t rail lor apaakora, wban Coloaal l>)4app?ar*d and uia't* a law rniittt*. Ila had lam w< ihal lb* lo-hob would wla, and ha knaw that tt? r, aa* wmo uf tin odd IMA apli It lafl. (CrU-a of ' Voa, ladowl?that a aa."| Ila a a# aa old logy, but tbwy had flood hark aird ehr*?ad lha boy a on. (Jr.ml ah?uta fr-ta Yo*ug Amdrtra.; Ha. IJoyd fuada aoroc highly potira) ouwb about tba Aaaa rlran 'agio, whb h bl/d ba a At * ' bad at tOad <?a ta pinoarlaa at .Haw York," and ipro way t?a bmd rail* to* . nliTar, which para* a appaaral a llia*ka|< of lata* J OlOO. AJm-Ifuaa '.ji.ronr. alar*. adrorata of lb# Main* law, aa>1 a.W *rr of I A* r?purtor? at Uaa 1 a bar nor la. Mr <?ll? ar *ra*-l by 1 ayl.-g that ka had ta a coat >alkr tk t arty that k*y fTha parte lria?l to bnk pat. ful ) H -J a*l haaa ? | wok dot r.ow ting Urkata from aoailaa to ?? ad, and ff ?m liar Waa lbdfa to lha I la I tar y lb * a* aalla'ad, u*at lha t Irk at waa ?laatad. aod tb* eownttj im 'a* TW* ro<.aty lb hot, ha aaht would ba?* thiwa ' w.aa-ud */*>..rtty awl tb* Plata thirty or b rty thr ulkl Mr. C?AI ?<** ."??*? WD, <1. mm liar aot/wWty bar* *a t*r*d and >a* ra-ad-tt*! wilt <r | aubaMlbaw M* *a<4 ha had ha*n ?"ltla| )?*/'} 'ht a kaialykl. aad h? dkd aat lalaad to do iny intra St , a a* par??a.l?4 that tb* tirkat waa rlatWl at. 1 tta*r. ?? rataa loto*ar* aaarrtrM, lot! ba advtiWt Ida lnt'A* ? not Vat al>o?t aatll thay got Mrtaflhtatoll. lir, ?o# l|*a hod b*o? a aary <,ut*g ?ma. Ha ?!(# tad a <%*A- In Wta d,. trial, la lb* huata tar nth Waa-t, 'h* A a w a law rjuwkd ant aland on tbg grand lw?wtf totnadon aat ya*r Tl. a day ho wont ho dafand It. 'V* than >*W ,.ad a wdtlng pAatoi and ?hal ad that I* abfrwo* A af <br ya-lla, aad V>M tb* f'.iHynar* that t ry -JkhaC a h'aaa (anno ?*? war. TV' how had ' ar I* ??? ar?, bat tba apaaka* aht ?? It With Mo plal'd aft lob' -b.#o nh?> *<inl4 amoaalA that thora waa W lh' ??ontkn .ar ?"V h n?? trady to ant tharn w| tf HaOf n'obrrd a M ?. * aa all yadio* '?*a* With lb* raobar kryt. top tytaf lb* r?bt 11 'hadaaga atao praaiiaiit, a prat ?** lot of litagal labia wora k*pt away fraaa ' tk, poIla, and U,a raaali oaa a larg* a.af V.ip fc t|M Alaortoaa tlrtor (Tro ? *b ? A# aiw ana ) M' fkaltr yraflt'ad tba' ant '?*' ' lata and tb* aowr'ry *a?d p. for < ko k '? raaf alitor I'ra-tdaait. and lb* a Y"*ar Sa*wl#a "'?*M V rt Ik* VaabaaHuaM ?ad IV I' al "dl-a, aod ?"t A* ohllgaw'. to ran at a Of I'lWn t Ikr wb.lo Itag Hot in M* roar h,? waa' ? / * pi-ynr- ??ol oh?'?* pbna *?* f nopawt ?? ? <P) art* I n* Y<n*ng Aan* Ikf . 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