THE MORMONS.—We gave some details of the resistence offered in Nauvoo to the arrest, by a proper officer, of a man named Reding, indicted as an accom-plice in the murder of Col. Davenport. This man was rescued, and is now secured in Nauvoo—the officers were stoned, and otherwise injured. We learn from the Quincy Whig, and other sources, that the Mormons in Nauvoo have actually defied the power of the State, and declared that no more arrests shall be made in Nauvoo.
The Warsaw Signal says three houses have been burned. It is filled with angry notices of the Mormons. We hear, indeed, that the excitement is breaking out afresh, and that it will be harder than ever to quell it without blood-shed. The St. Louis Era adds :
James Arlington Bennett is said to be trying to act the Lion at Nauvoo at the present time. He will be roughly handled if he falls into the hands of the anti-Mormons.
Backenstos has removed the trial of his case to Peoria county by change of venue.
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