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Indianapolis Indiana State Sentinel (Newspaper) - February 9, 1875, Indianapolis, Indiana Vol. Xxiv no 20imianapolis. Tuesday february a. 13t5. A Hajji number be neral. Telegrams. The Bedford murderers. To Hin Arrit a Viuca Ewina Jyce of bight Kythe examination committal or the Fpo Stillw a a Kanokb from Jit Doe Kew times. By to in a re pm to Iba a Briod Bedford ind., feb. 4.�?George los Ratel and Arthur Bissot the murderer of George g. Carney a Bra 1u., on the 2d mat. In melt i a the arrests the marshal of Olney and a Cincinnati drummer a me very near losing their live. Dac tel mho i a a Preperato character Atoot four limes at the Jan area and twice at lbs drummer before he would surrender. Big of surrendered without showing to ghz boy were sent rely bound and brought to Mitchell last night by the Deputy sheriff with a pose of men brought Here. They were received at the depot by about four Hundred men boy women etc., All anxious to see the bloody demons but i am glad to a that there we do disposition w hat Over manifested toward Lynching. They were taken before Esquire Rector and waiving a preliminary examination were thou conducted to jail to await the action of the grand jury which deep not Convene until May next. I have been told by those who had them in charge that they do not deny the killing of Carney. The verdict before the Coroner a jury wal1 �?~k1 00x1 teased to tour different Persona the killing. Kalb tel is one of the worst men that Baa Ever lived la this county. He la a doted Roblier and desperado but to Btu i the first Iuie to Hae Ever teen accused of the terrible crime of murder. Biazot is a Mere boy and an industrious hardworking iad but tor some time be Baa been a Boon companion of Bach Teit a and Baa doubtless be. N with him in some of his former robberies. There is a Rull determination on the part of the Cit Icena to have dealt to there Young men the Roll plenty of the Law executed by a court of Justice but Trout All that i ran learn from conferring with the citizens there is no danger w whatever of a mobs Lynching them. I am satisfied that the citizens hero would turn out in inane to protect them from a mob. There people ask for Justice through Tbs Law and will have u in a Legal and no other Way. Or. murdered night watch was a gentleman Ami an honest and faithful servant of the people. He was a hot Down while in the line of duty but his friends and All the citizens ask Only that the lust penalty of the Law tray be executed against Hie murderers. Tie excitement is now ail Over and Bedford is As quiet a town As there is in Indiana. Rachtel is Crown and refuses to talk but Biazot is As usual smiling and very cheerful to All appearance. Which was carried by 135 to 18. The next vote was on s motion to insert the amendment of judge White As a substitute for Cessna s amendment which was practically the Senate Bill. Whites amendment was rejected and the area and noes were called on Oceana a amendment a a substitute for the House Bill. Cesena a substitute was rejected by a vote of 118 to 113, and the preamble to the Bill was adopted by 219 to 2$, Many democrats voting for it and at 3 of clock the Bill was placed upon its passage. The vote on the passage of the civil rights Bill was Aye 153 noes 1�. J. Ambler Smith Crutchfield Lowndes Roderick r. Butler loan Bromberg and 1�?Tbelps, republicans voted in the negative. No demonstration either on the door or in the galleries followed the announcement of the Vole. Torturing Tilton. White and Black. To the civil right Bill pasted. A crowded House by Lek n Afik Arack a thu democratic platform ado Rcd As t Pulm blk pans for of thic school amendment. Mum Kwh feb. 5 a the attendance at the Capitol to Day was fully As urge a yes Gerdav. The House met at 10, but Lon before that hour every seat in the Gallt Riel was occupied and hundreds of persons lingered around the doors in the Hope of being Able to get inside the Ibe ram a gallery covering about one fourth of the gallery space was entirely occupied by coloured Persona who presented themselves for As soon As the doors were opened. The civil rights Bill was taken no at 10 30, when no interesting ten minute speeches were made. At a Quarter after 12, after several speeches had Lieym made the most noticeable of which were those of Phelps and . Butler called the previous question. In Tho course of i speech Khan a caused the equal rights Blank of the democratic platform of 1872 to e read which created a burst of laughter All Over the House which was renewed when be announced that he would offer it As a preamble to the Bill. Or. Butler accepted the subs tinle. At Twenty minutes to 1 us to. Butler Rose to dose tvs debate on the Bill. The Cane presented in the House has rarely been surpassed. Every gallery. Including the diplomatic the ladies etc., was crowded and nearly a thousand person were crowded around Tho doors endeavouring to Oulu admission. Before Rutler commenced Liis speech a motion was made to admit i Adieu to the floor but objection was made or Giblack. In the Coor or of Hia speech or. to be read a petition to the Mississippi legislature. In which a White tan asked that seven different children by tix different coloured West a be legitimate sized. Toe Reading of to it no my a greeted with a Hurst of Ian Ith ter. Lie follow d up thi Point by asking the a clerk to read a letter received by him from a coloured Man in Richmond in which be declared that coloured children 12 years old and even under were outraged in that and other states by White men and boys and no retire in could be obtained in court. John Ambler Smith of the Richmond District pronounced the statement utterly false which Drew Forth the a 61au�e of the democratic Side of the Houe. It Oller maintained that the passage of the civil right Bill was imperatively demanded to Correct this condition or society under the Guise of showing the struggle though which the question of equal rights for the people has passed. Butler endeavoured to Square accounts with John Young Brown who assailed by no yesterday drawing an Eulogi tical portrait of Jobu Brown. He domed by saying that it was John Brown the older and not the younger to whom be shaded. Butler then sent to the clerk a Dak to be Road a treason Abio letter written by Brown at the beginning of the War. Hale of new York objected. Points of order we a Mads by various members on the Democrat Side but the letter was finally read. Hale moved that the letter be stricken from the record rending which Rutler Bilog decl Fly tuil the ung Nige in ltd Yah for div in reference to minority of the Southern people was entirely justified al or lid a that. Butlers words be taken Down. The speaker decided that Butler had not violated the rules and eld Ridge withdrew molten. A so Butler closed Fain Imd to Dii a Minot Fol of 2� no Demon it a i a u. R 0f a inv amp a or disapproval place either in the a a Lifsha or on the Flo r. The of waa Iliou taken of the school amendment to the Bill it Vil rights. 1 Kkt of the civil rights Hill As by the House Kroat. The following is the Bill a passed without the preamble Sec. 1. That All Tho person within the jurisdiction of the United slates shall be entitled to the fall and equal enjoyment of the accommodations advantage facilities and privileges of insurances Public conveyance on land or water Heaters and other Piacek of Public amusement subject Only to the conditions and limitations established by jaw and applicable alike to the citizens of every race and color regardless of any previous condition of servitude. 2. That any person who shall violate the foregoing a dec thou by denying to any citizen except for Reamona by Law applicable to the citizens of every race and color and regardless of any previous condition of a or Vioude the full enjoyment of any of the accommodations advantage facilities or privileges in the said Section enumerated or by aiding or inciting such denial shall for every such offence fort pit and nay till sum of $54 in the person aggrieved thereby to be recovered la an act Ion of debt with full costs and shall also for every such offence be deemed guilty of a Misdemeanour and upon conviction thereof be fined not less than $500 nor More than , or shall be imprisoned not less than 30 Day nor More than one year provided that nil persons May elect to sue for the penalty aforesaid or to proceed under their rights at common Law and by state statutes and having no elected to proceed in the one Mode or the other their right to proceed in the other jurisdiction shall be barred Bat this proviso shall not apply to criminal proceedings either under this act or the criminal Law of any state and provided further that the judgment for the penalty in favor of the party aggrieved or a Jack gent upon an indictment shall be a bar to either prosecution pet Velv. Bks. S. That the District and circuit court of the United states shall have exclusively of the courts of the several states cognizant of of All the crimes and offence against and violations of the provisions of this Art and actions for the penalty Given by the preceding Section May be prosecuted in a territorial District or circuit court of the United states wherever the defendant May be found without regard to the other party and the District attorneys marshals and Deputy marshals of the United states and appointed by the circuit and territorial court of the United states with Powers of arresting and imprisoning or Balling offender against the Laws of United states Are hereby especially authorized and required to Institute proceedings against. Every person who a Hill violate the provisions of this act and cause by no to be a a treated and imprisoned or a tried a the Cotaa May he for trial before such court of Lite United my ale or territorial court u by Law has cognizance of the offence except in respect of the right of action accruing to the person aggrieved Aud such District attorneys shall cause such proceed bugs to be prosecuted to tic in Termi nation As in other Caa provided nothing contained in this Sec i Ion shall be a is lured to deny or defeat any right of civil action accruing to any person whether by reason of this act or other wide and Auy District attorney who a Ball wilfully fail to Institute Aud prosecute the proceedings herein referred to shall for every offers forfeit and pay the sum of $500 to t he person aggrieved thereby to be recovered by an action of debt with Costa and shall on conviction thereof be deemed guilty of a Misdemeanour and be fined not less than 91,900, nor More than $5,000 and provided further that a judgment fur the penalty in favor of the party aggrieved again to any no District attorney or a judgment upon a indictment against any such District attorney shall be a bar to either prosecution respectively. So. 4. That no citizen possessing All other Qun lid Ai Ionn which Are or May be prescribed by Law shall be disqualified for the service of a grand or Petit juror in any court of the United state or of any state on account of race color or Previn a a condition of Beryl Ude and any officer or other person charged with any duty of the a a a Lection or summoning of jurors who shall exclude or fail to Sui Effon any citizen for the a amp a aforesaid shall on conviction thereof be deemed guilty of a Misdemeanour and he fined not More than $5.000, Sec. 5. That All Ca Eft arising und a the provisions of this act in the courts of the United stare shall be or viewable by Tho supreme court of Tho United slates without regard to the sum in controversy under the same provisions and regulations As Are now provided by Law for review of other Cam Quot a in the a Aid court. N Kwh York feb. 4.�?tilton�?Ta Croaa examination was continued. He waa shown a pamphlet which he identified a the biographical a Ketch of mrs. Woodhull. Of which be a poke and which Evarts asked to put in evidence. After a Long argument the court ruled it out Sod Evarts noted an exception. The letter written by Beecher on August 30. 1866, in relation loan invitation to preside at a convention of soldiers and sailors to be held at Cleveland was placed in evidence and read by sex Lodge Porter to which an exception Wax taken by the prosecution. The Cross r waa then continued As follows now or. Tilton i will us concerning your personal relations with is Schiks. you become Well acquainted with Beecher prior to 187ut thought i know Hutn very Well but i find 1 was much mistaken. you describe to me the Early sentiments you entertained toward him Nav up to the time you became assistant editor How old were you when your acquaintance commenced think when i waa 13 or 17. it begin when you came to Ridd in Brooklyn think before that what form went to Bia Church and waa associated with him on the Independent. Watlo his maturity and strength of life then a.�?1 done to know what you consider maturity. What do Vou consider Bia age u5. be a Man of mature Yeara and settled Poe Tiou in Bis profession always regarded him As a big boy and not a Man at All. what sense Wax to a big boy Mauner waa Large Hearty and compan lovable. ? , air. Down not that come within the description of a boy , air. The Cra Tiest people i know Are boy. A a you tip a the phrase in those aeon generosity of Demeanour meant Tiosav that there was a certain bouncing Way in his manner and he was loud of things that boys Are fond of. 1 thought him the Init a a harming Roan i Ever knew. do you think that you wore right then a. 1 bad not had Tbs experience i have since had with men. I loved him next to inv father. up to what period did you retain these feeling t 1 mingled with the world my idol became dim. 1 wet other men Bia poors Ai d Superior As i grew older. these rivals of Beecher borne into As intimate companionship with you As he did done to know to whom you refer. When i came to know Charles he inner i ranked him higher intellectually morally and socially than Bee Hor. I Aio tanked Horace Greeley higher intellectually and in every was. I must say i was never so intimate with to one men an 1 was in my Early life with him. us the Date when Jour opinion beg a to change. A a in proportion As i enlarged my acquaintanceship a re and that re Rose above or. Beecher. He was still a great Man. There were great men before and there will be great men after him. The change waa in Perco Palblo in it pro Pess and beginning. A a How Early did there come to to any coolness in regard to your affections tor Beecher done to know As there was any great Cool nest Between us in consequence of our political difference. I understood that he was very sore in regard to my comments on the Cleveland letter. do you ascribe the change in Youree ziment to him or yourself think it was in consequence of us a own growth. I we i not re possible for or. Beecher a betrayal of the Republican party in 1805. He was and Bis Thuu h Roee against Hutn Ami he retracted it. Q a when did you come to the Cor Chunn that he was not so great a you supposed ? i was about 28 or 2" years old. Q a do you recollect when you concluded that or. Beecher bad come to his Ontell Etoal growth do your discussion with or. Beecher in regard to the missionary appropriation did you not think you bad Over matched and beaten him via a wrong. It is not difficult to Over reach a Man who 1� wrong. the Cleveland letter matter did you not think you had Over matched him , sir. All i did was to enter my trusted As Francis d. Rouix it a. 1 think that he is such minor of sir Phillip Sydney to All that la High Noble and honorable. Here the court amp a journey a room kits tace Brooklyn Eagle say or. Til ten excited a grit Deal of observation by the Mode be Cooee to iffy Strete a a be epoch of Bia he said a i emt mad the mum of woman suffrage before the War at the so Deuce. An epistle written from , ind., contained the in nerf i Milt by was Reading a Bonk entitled a a Rillito which we a Story of a Chi Levy. It a a foolish he weapon Mia letter to say to be of rows without cause but if with cause a unit us a a Oiher letter was will in m the Cue in Northern idd Iquain a tel. criticising Ike it Oak Griat aunt which r. A be staged i a bad just Ali wished. It contained. ,. A Good Pio hut Wue Nee Well Erst pcs end nations of Niy wife Anil order Coz nations i in halt a ii kind in outdo none Clit Primi in a Leuer item Meby ltd. Iii., december 1866, be says be just written to Bis i titi Giri ted legs to text a to sir. He never hit As he did ibis Winter or had stirred by Beecher a Seroon in Laver of the Piee. he again Saick �?�1 enlarged my Itlena on the sul doct of divorce at the time beeches married or. My fat and Aud or. Richardson. That was an act a Kish at the Ultra. I or. Kvartko asked ii be of oud give Bun the Date Ottto ceremony and the ton replied a it you re asking a or information i can cot give it to you. 1 bad Nothe avg to do with that on another of cml Tob Tilton said i modified my views upon social questions and Nave published if principal Dengnoi Atlon of social crime since or. By it Elbe a a invasion of Oil a it me a Ante to it Lov 1870. A Washington correspondent write on saturday last mrs. Sartori and her husband or. Fred and her husband assisted in the reception. There does not appear to be the same difficulty Between the ladies As to pro ceded Cut a existed Between the wife of the Duke of Edinburgh and his six ter. Mrs. Fred., like a sensible Young woman expect or. Hart orly to be nearer the heart other parents than she who has so recently been added to the family Circle. Nellie Ai she will Allej be called by those who have known her since she wan 10 year of age looked Sweet and pretty in Lavender coloured a ilk trimmed with plaiting of crepe Liae the same Ocolor. Her jewelry consisted of an amethyst necklace Aud ear ring. One of the Bills presented to the Senate of the ill Noi legislature provides for amending be Law in re latin to divorce so a to prohibit the marriage of a divorced person for two Yeata alter having obtained a decree of a Torce from a court of competent Jurl it Iirth it a. The reason for this i that Par Tibi to the suit have two re a in a Bleb to Hie a a re test against the crime against Liberty that f tier com in fitted. If Yon ask me to Alato that crime i will. , no. The i tue said that he and been bar were always person �1 friends until 1870. He frequently visited Beecher a Home and a cd Heel bar to visit Bis Mcune because whatever enjoyment he had be wanted Elizabeth to share. Holt always considered himself very much honoured Wlma his wife was appreciated. My first prolonged Bosence said lie irom Home on a lecturing tour in Tho West begin in 1804 or 8d&. There continued up to 1871 and to 1872, Aud lasted from the fall in to the Spring. I do not remember asking or. Beecher to lit my Boule during my absence though i May have done so. The last time i v id ted his Houte i think was in 1861, when i brought Nicom Virdon in the army Rora Washington for Bis Eon Aulbur. Owing to a a Tipoai Liou on mrs. Beecher a part i stayed away that. Or. Beecher regarded my action for Bis son a a very great Jerrlee. My purpose was agitation air Aud he so under stood it. He Sild that i Hud saved a member of his family from destruction. It had relation to his Sou who Hail been out of the army and afterwards went Back into the army. 1 Hati a portrait of Beec Bor for which be it in the tall of 1868, and it waa finished in the Spring of 1869. I told him that i wanted the portrait of the men who bad been connected with my Early Days and i i to erected in the cause of Liberty. These men were Greeley Phillip Sumner and or. Beecher. That portrait waa sent to Moulton a in the summer of 1870, to to Best of my Reni Lection. The receipt of $500 to pay the Stria i for the portrait of Beecher was placed in evidence. Due or two ii the incidents occurred before 1870 to the Demeanour us Beecher and or. Tilton which Drew my Hite Uon to them but nothing occur red later. For letters of love. An i no Dat from or do rut it 1 soft Xlyn by tub lawyer a who Wjk vote it to Kex amino love Lett Krhn most of which have liken Prau Ihk re Folk. Nar York Feu the Brooklyn Unity court waa opened this morning 11 the a Tilch involved in the Tilton Beeber Case were present. The court room was a crowded a Ever. Or. Tilton resumed his place in the witness chair immediately on entering the zoom. He was shown a Tetter and said this is in the handwriting of or. Beecher. I my not remember the time it waa sent. The letter was read. It stated that the writer sent Tulon an Ink stand with a letter which be hoped would tie of Are vice to him. Another letter the witness identified tut Beecher a. It waa dated March 16, 1864, Aud addressed to or. Tilton tendering love and sympathy to Hua. A third letter in the same writing we a also identified. It was Date january 3, 1967, alluding to Bis Tilton s Geliai of opinions and expressing Confidence in i development. To witness then con Claued when my Wile left Home a he took Only Rev love Aud Good Wilt and that she test us. To publication of bar and my correspondence waa not made either through or by my Procura uce. They Wera published by the Chicago Tribune through the Adrian of my counsel judge Morris. He Mode an sex amen lion of All the letters found in the House. The letter were selected by judge Morris for publication. The representative of that paper did not Ace the original document. During my Early Ood Mui Lialiou with judge Morris 1 put All the correspondence into his hands and he that they be published Sud said that Good tante required that they be published in a paper outside of to City. I did net communicate with my wife on the Mailer. The copies of the letters were Lake by st no Graphie reporters who copied them front the original Latiera. A letter Adown the the witness and Bia attention was directed to a of train i a a it graph. He said tit extract in from one of mrs. Tilton a letter. Or. Fullerton objected to its being read when or. Kvarta bad just begun the sentence a to love in praiseworthy but to a but a a a my Here be was brought up by cries of a Stop a a Stop a from the counted on the other Side which excited the lat Kittek of the Spectator. The court overruled the objection and or. A Virly Imd the extract. The wit eos Cou us Titor the re w no Date to rfcs document in which this extract is printed but if i saw the loiter from which it 1� taken i Ronld Tell to Date. I think it a february 8, 18gs. I do not know Weiher the Date which i Otwe Rve in the Corner or the extract in Cor ret Ray printed or net. Another Retior Pul it listed in the correspondence was read Datt a february 3, 1869, and dwelt on the influence of Lova the witness Wen shown a paper and asked if that was a Page of his original statement in Bis own land writing. He replied it waa in the handwriting of Augustus Maverick and was a Pago of Bia original statement. Or. Everte read a in a letter which Way dated february 3, Uwi the pm a sgt began a a try love in praiseworthy but to abuse it in the witness Oolite used i thought that my wife then regarded adultery v a a sin and because cd that i copied this extract irom her letter. Another inter Val but a paced while the noun al for the dec inc searched for certain letter among their Lucum Enof. Finally or. Shearman read some letters Fri in my. Tuton i of her. Husband in 1868. Tifty All express the deep love which she bore toward or husband and mentioned the names of person who had exiled to see her at the Bouse when be in away from Home declaring Low Happy she would feel when he would be with her again. The wet nce resumed after being Adown the letter i do not remember when tins tether was written or Warinor mrs. Tillion was remove ring from i or Enidh Moeai. I pm not give you the exact d ire of the birth of Oil children a i have got no memorandum. When i wanted to know i always applied to mrs. Tilton. I wont into my new Home in August 1866, Hoci thle letter written shortly alter my Nunn a Noy of it. Shearman read a letter from i. Tuton to her husband telling him Bow much she Rej Dovd in i coining Houie and How glad the children would the. Strele Rcd to the crowded condition of the Church to the previous and the Kaka kit Lais do of or. A Kechko. Another letter dated february 1,18cs, was read which also bore testimony to her Joy at his return heme and related a visit from Susan u. Anthony and being much cheered with her talk. A letter of february 22, 1809, informed him of the death of mrs. Mourney who came Over Ayra Pathe Lauy at the Iuie of Paul a death. A letter of february 2, 1m9, of Corral to the death of her son Paul which occurred in the previous summer of 1868. The remainder of be time up to the Reese was pent by the Devenae in searching for Einn and Reading extract from them. About Hall an hour before the us vol Recis a was taken or. Moulton entered the court room with alried and they took a behind the jury the lawyers were tardy in assembling after the recess and it was fully Twenty minutes after the hour when the proceedings were again opened. Tilton took Bis place on the stand and ten minutes were consumed by the defense in searching among their paper fur letter required for identification. Theao wore read by Shearman. Gee Date dose item la a 2s, 1886, recounted mrs. Tilton a of ova a it a Beer he but and which waa the inter stated such a Lockit Ems Over him. Shear Nan read an additional number of letters written by til Tilto i wik a kill of Hia tau using Tow and which All breathed of deep love affection and life Long attachment and his entire of Loeb Emir Devotion. The letters were published entire during Tbs earlier a Tnger of the scandal. Shearman proposed to read a portion off the let or from or. Tubon to his wife written at in 1mi7. Beach objected to a portion of the letters a uly being put in evidence and contended Aat it should All be read. Shea Mas stated Oliai to would Only leave oui that portion of it relating to general g no a father and Mother. The court Perryl twi thin portion to be Leit on and lc4ter woe read and put in evidence. Shearman then returned to the Reading of mrs. Altona a letter to her in band of which be read aloud a dozen. Evarts read a letter written by Tilton to he Wile in december 1868, in which he complained of Heing worried by oud Nesa and was growing old before the Lime having rarely ten a uni but a of Leisure. The troubles he bad were of his own no to ing however the letter Rte ted. The Ait nes said that this letter was written in his office in new York. Evans said that there were re train letter which to desired to have from the other ride on monday morning and of these he read a Bat of the dates borne by the Potelle he desired and slam some letters of Tilton a which the counsel wished to read and have placed in fold once. The court adjourned till Mondey. The Promise at the beginning of thus Niue Ninga Aew Riou we that it would to decidedly inter Ealing. But this Promise win not fulfilled a. The a Siuling and of the love loiter which pay sed Between or. And mra. Tuton took up most of the it by. Louisiana writ of error Aud if the writ la sustained by i by years Moulton and i tel been Mutual m a a friends and a affection for one act wan very a Rong lusting from to Hood up to to present Unie. Alter the Dent auction of my own Home Moultout a Lious a to cat a my Home. Bat i was lii re a great Deal irom the 11 of Jsn Tisev. 1871. Prior to the 1st of january im79, 1 in rely lock my nil a is at his Bouse but we were together very ire Quant la. Alter my Piffl Cartiea the re we a no Man la my of them who could to a or veil the supreme court a marriage that May have ten contracted by Eitner nerdy la the meantime 1� a declared null nud void and thereby hardship imposed upon an innocent person. The Bill makes such a Niar Rise Mist is in a a than two years Iron the time be do Roe May be granted bigamy and punishable As ii Job to let the do Cree May be sooner confirmed by the Barreme court. Greater than car Aud a i Darcy that aha was Happy in i love. This was identified and placed in evidence. The witness elated that the Annie referred to in the letter in Hia a a in to a or. Ijester. Another Leith a of february 1866. Slated that on a Nonay he is prevented from writing to him by a visit from or. And mrs. Oil Upton. Too tet tar d a is red aha win sewn Isle Bull 10 him had Ever been and would be Ever More. A number of Rettura from Tilton Lohia wife were also read and raced in Evi the investigating committee testimony on the election. Still the examination of Orri Iwin poem on Xvi Pence of Republican a a Kull Kair and of the Parks Knob of Troon. New Oklean feb. be congressional committee investigation to Day the following Witny so a a w Ere rafted by the you Hervat Lrea lieutenant Edward a. Belger 3d infantry we sworn. Lie waa stationed at Alexandria. He arrived there on the 10th of october. The troops under the witness com Maud were a tattooed in the court House Yard Aud Are still stationed in the town of Alexandria. He waa present of toe Day the elec Liou Abc noted that in Alexandria the election we in every Way a quiet one. He Baa Nam cried no evident not hostility to the Community to the pm eral government. The elect Ion was held in Tbs court House. Or. Allred duper Ion re a id a in Parish Iberia. He voted Lor Tea. Grant and in a he elect Ion of 1872 Canna aeon the Parish for gov. Kellog. Shortly after the War or it bad Many supporters la tire Parish. Tuchol Tho present triable was attributable to bad legislation. Monopo Liia burdening the people have Bren created. The judges of the Lufa rior courts a ome Tiqua Are not Able to interpret the Law or Are too prejudiced and fail to apply it. Many criminals go tip Tinly bad. Considerable among the White people of the parch Aud More among the Blacks the Deputy tax collectors arc sometimes the Law maker. They receive fifteen per cent for collecting and levying the taxes. Before the War the Coal three per rent. Although he had Lekeu a decided Start against secession and had cooperated with the Republican party he Baa never by i ostracised. He has Law Ava been kindly no considerately crested by the intelligent portion of the Community. A great i Iny negro a voted with the conservative lie Canne they were did git ted with the Republican party. They had never received any of these things which were promised to to in. Or. Waif Elor desired to know what would lie he Tanosi aces a Able to the majority of the people a no Cogsil Ion of he Kellogg government or n provisional government. The reply we Bat the Reco Goiton of Tho Kellogg government with the legislature Ella it to a last Asp would be the Inest acceptable to the maturity of Iba it eople in the witnesses Section of to country. Andrew j. Jordan bad lived Thiee year in st. Mary a Parish. Lie is a win of education and Tea be the coloured Public achoo. Ii voted Ibe Compro Muo ticket at Tbs last election and Anterior to hit Tho Republican ticket. Haugen not know or any instance of violence to be shoes. The Only Numi Dalton Praull re waa t hat by Tho negro leaders. Tbs election we free and fair. When the troops ram Tho negro a said they were cent to see How they were going la vote and if t hey did not Voto the Republican ticket Grant would know tue want. It was also said that a very one voting the Compromise ticket would be arrested there was never apprehension on the part of Tho Republican club and they expressed their opinions without restraint. Alter supporting the Compromise movement the wit new a scholars were taken away from him. 8t. Mary a Parish to give on a fair count 1,500 to 1,800 Radical majority. In 1672 a rant Rod Kellogg were Only returned by 125 majority because the vote Wax fraudulently manipulated by Warmoth. Edward Jour text tied that he was from Rainey 111. He was in the Federal army and a resided hero Sines i860. He is now a Republican Aud has Boer received Here socially As everywhere else. There Baa been no do sir evinced to ostracism the witness socially. H in Here As everywhere else As fsr a the with East experience go a Many a lbs racer de cwt a in social status. The a Lection was a fair Anil tree one. Henry Ware in dds in Iberville Parish. He eur a aged in planting after the War. He Wyitt pm Htee we re with the honest Republican at the election of 1872 he ime.1 for Kellogg and Grant. The ref Blears Are in a majority of three or four to one. Tho official there have beet Forso Urai years past Icib Lieut and . In som Ina Coe it is admired by to better and More intelligent of both a sets Thil it Mig ltd i re no pm a re. The h Ivo Bern made Iii properly. They appear to cover and protect defaulting flip Lala and prevent them from being brought to Justl to. This ban caused much lii amp Ilyf Tizioni even among the Republican. To relations of Ibe Isrea were Anil. Mme. Touching a disposition in Ute part of the planters to defraud too labourer Tho it Innesa affirmed lht�i.1?,on thrown open the Farmers by major Merrill in Bia Tret Monr was wholly Unn to. The late election in Iberville Parish waa full Fari and free it was a Peaco ahle a tettion in the wit Are a Parish in 18��. It gave Grant an j item oct Over fifteen bunt sea majority. The former returning boar j threw out the Parish of. The grand that the Cox red people intimidated the . A hat was All stuff. Judge John Young was a worm. He is a Eon Hen alive a a or Tom Uku Rutus Flora Claiborne Parish. The election of 1872 was undoubtedly favourable to the White. He testified to to general quiet of the pariah m which be lived the Friend la relation of the races and to Tbs of a it that no one no far a he knew had been driven from the pariah on act out of politic. Allen Thomas was sworn. He a from. Ascension. When the elect in a came of he was a candidate for to it legislature. He was promised the support exit Only of the Bat of All classes in Ibe Community Black and White. Qew a rectum Day much so blk Surprise the Bucko voted Agai Aat him almost to a Man. There coloured voter All fold the witness they Jared net Voto for him because they feared for thei it lives from the coloured Republican. He Knurr of no other Numi dads. The election quiet and peaceable. Gen. Frank t. Niche la of Assumption Parish was a warn and testified to the Peac Mlls character of in election. There waa no in timid Ion or Ost Rachmi. Thought a conservative my Andony Tedla elected to the legislature Irum Bis Parish. A re Kubiliun had been a a aled. I. 11. Elam of Desoto Parish to ratified to the Quie Intas of uie election. Nearly one Tali of the Blacks voted the conservative ticket there was no intimidation. It h. Goode of Terrebone te-tifie.1 to the quiet Nesa of the election Sod related Tho of a Compromise. There we a Good feeling to a tween the Ramea. It political murder had happened. K. A. Itt irae waa a worn a is a member of the City ouudl41. Lie never longed to the democratic party though he did Vole with the conservatives in the late Campaign a Empl Akitt were Ronde against of lbt of the supervisor though gov. Kellogg Only in moved one. He read evidence the name a that Given by Bim before the subcommittee. The commie i plan. It proro�k8 that the commit Tab dkc1dr who Wurr Karl top a Kerr a and that Kel Lobo hex Ain a no conclusion a Pacuku. New Orleans feb. 6 a the too Wing la the congressional committees proposition for an adjustment of to Lou Dana troubles Wnuk a it it is desirable to adjust the difficult Lee growing not of Tho general election in tia state in 1872, the action of the returning Board in declaring and promulgating Tho results of the general election in the month of november last Aud Tbs organization of the House of representatives on the fourth Day of january lost Job adjustment being deemed necessary to the re establishment of peace Aud order in a the state now therefore the undersigned member of he conservative party and claiming to have been a ducted member of the House of re Recaen Stives and that their certificate of election have been illegally withheld by the ret urging Board hereby severally agree to a submit Belr claims to Sreta in Tbs a Louay of Root re a entail a a to the award and arbitrage it of George f. Hoar William a. Of Weler William p. Fra and Samuel i. Mar still members of the it it imn Netlee now in new Orleans who Are hereby authorized to exact do Aud determine the a am noon the of the several cases and when such award Snail be made. We hereby severally agree to abide by the a a in and Auch of us As May become men Ber of the House of Ander this arrangement hereby severally agree to sustain by our la Finnoe and votes the joint Resolution hereinafter set Forth and the Uunila Nugnet a aiming to have by eur elected senators from the eight and Twanta tee oud senatorial districts hereby agree to Sulamit their Ciarma to the Tore Niue award and arbitrage it and in All respects to abide Tbs results of the same Aud to undersigned holding certificates of ele Liun from the return Loir Board hereby see rally agree that upon the coming not the award of the fora going arbitrators they will when the same a Ball have been ratified by Tea report of the committee on Etc too s and the qualification of the body in a Casioa at the state Houe claiming to be the House of it opre is a natives attend the aiding of Tbs a a id House for the Purow of iut a a id report and ii the said report Dull to adopted Aud the members Emir acid in the foregoing report shall be seated then Tbs undersigned severally agree that immediately up in Tny adoption of the said re Pool they will vote for the following resolutions. Whereas doubts have existed and still exist a to to Legal results of the a Lection in tia Tate ii. The month of november 1872. And. Where it is alleged and by the Largo portion of this state believed that the result of Thoele tinn form it Murs of Una House of representative Aud for treasurer in the to Only of november pm waa illegally determined end promulgated by a a a returning Board and whereas doubts allegation Ai d be it of Hare tended greatly to disturb Tbs nubile mind Ait tonns title Honfi Datow Aud Onsiri Ouray to affect Tbs material interests of the state and whereas it in Doc Nouyi it be Arv to the welfare of the Matt that an adjust neat of the foregoing should to get a he cad therefore be it hereby resolved by the general Wambly of the state of Lou Alana that the said a Sec ably. Without approving the mate. Sulu uni disturb the present state government Etel Ming to have in Een elected in 1872 Aud Piton n a the Kellogg government or seek As Imp ask the govern ltd a for any past Foll Ira act Ami that henceforth Uriu acc Trofi. To Tbs said governor a and legitimate support in maintaining the Laws and and Tancig the peace Aad Proa Netty of the people of this state Ami Tbs the Houe of my to its if Louis a Sennati Tutor under the a a Aid of Georgo f. H Star. Win. A. We heeler we. P. Frye and Samuel s. Met shall a Hall Jerasin with out change Ezcell by the Rea ignation or death of me mtg in until a new that the Senate is hotel , a Hall a a remain Nncy zoned sex real it for that boy y itself ump Mek a ohm Ceran. Irani wait. To big pm weltion a a. Tecu he a a caucus but no definite Artym taken it a lbs Cou a Ergative a of cd Republican Judi that the member of the Kellogg i inv it Wilt s a it no coir Kroml in. A re oui to produced into the Kellogg Houte la Vilig the absent member to re. Urn and pledging co operation la sit car,.itutlona1 Meas ares of produced a onside table dts order and finally Rea Altaj in no a durum. The renewal of the us to tool a oni Pruun a a to Day a Tubeo Yoasi a of the or a Tco to disorder a urn a Lias n of before prevailed Aino january t

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