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Indianapolis Indiana State Sentinel (Newspaper) - February 9, 1875, Indianapolis, IndianaVol. Xxiv no 20imianapolis. Tuesday february 9. 13t5. A Hajji number men bal telegrams. The Bedford murderers. To Hin Arrit a Vince a Brawl or b10htkwthe examination of cml a tal or the Fpo Stillw a a Kanokb from it took Kuti Okst. By Telegraph to the Santiny Bedford ind., feb. 4.�?George list Biel and Arthur Biazot the murderer of George , were arrested Etoney 1u., on the 3d mat. In out k i a the Arresta the marshal of Olney and a Cincinnati drummer a me very near loading their live. A Ebud who us a desperate character Atoot four limes at the a Suraba and Toloe at the drummer before he would surrender. Biazot surrendered without showing Light. Thoy were securely bound and brought to Mitchell last night by the Deputy sheriff with a Poetee of men brought Here. They were received at the depot by about four Hundred men Boya women etc., All anxious to Aee the bloody demons but i am glad to say that there wan no disposition whatever 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 Dees not Convene 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 jury a that they con teased to four different portions the killing. Kalb Tel is one of the worst men that has a ver lived la this county. He la a noted Roblier and desperado but tit 4 the first Iuie to has Ever teen accused of the terrible crime of Ordor. Biazot is a Mere boy and an industrious hardworking lad but tor some time be has been a Boon companion of Bacht exand has doubtless be. N with him in some of his former robberies. There is a Rull determination on the part of the citizen to have dealt to there Young men the Roll plenty of the Law executed by a court of Justice but irom All that i can learn from conferring with the citizens there is no danger w whatever of a mobs Lynching them. I am sat tailed that the Cit Isena hero would turn out in Masse to protect them from a mob. There people a a for Justice Lihugh the Law and will have u in a Legal and no other Way. Or. murdered night watch was a gentleman aug an Boneet and faithful servant of the people. He was Bot Down while in the line of duty but his friends and All Tea Cit Isena ask Only that the lust penalty of the Law tray be executed against his murderers. Tie excitement is now ail Over Aud be-1 Ford is As quiet a town As there lain Indiana. Richtel is Croes 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 m m on a motion to insert the amendment of judge White As a sub Clitte for Cessna s amendment which was practically the Senate Bill. Whites amendment was rejected and the Avea and Noea were called on Cessna amendment As a substitute Lor the House Bill. Cessna a substitute was rejected by a vote of 118 to 113, and the preamble to the Bill was adopted by 219 to 2$, Many Democrat a 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 ayes 153 noes 98. J. Ambler Smith Crutchfield Lowndes Roderick r. Butler loan Bromberg and Phelps republicans voted in the negative. No demonstration either on the floor or in the galleries followed the announcement of the Vole. Torturing Tilton. White and Black. The civil right Bill passed. \ Crowdu Hod hrs by to Kra a appear acc a thu democratic platform adopted As a Pasha for of the school. Amendment. Mum Kwh feb. 5 a the attendance at the Cape tol to Day was fully As urge a a Yea Gerdav. The House met at 10, but Long before that hour every seat in the Gallt Tley was occupied and hundreds of Persona lingered around the doors in the Hope of being Able to get1nide the Ibe ram gallery covering about one fourth of the gallery apace was entirely occupied by coloured Persona who presented themselves for Admi Lon As soon As the door were opened. The civil rights Bill was taken no at 10 30, when uninteresting ten minute speeches were made. At a Quarter after 12, after several speeches had Lieym made the Moat noticeable of which were i Bose of Phelps and . Butler called the previous question. In Tho course of i speech Hank caused thee Nal rights Blank of the democratic platform of 1872 to s read which created a Hurst of laughter All Over the House which Stu renewed when be announced that he would offer it As a preamble to the Hill. Or. Butler accepted the a Uba Eitnie. At Twenty minutes to 1 Gen. Butler Rose to close Tea debate on the Bill. The Cene presented in the House has rarely been surpassed. Every gallery including the diplomatic the ladies etc., was crowded and nearly a thousand persons were crowded around the doors endeavouring to obtain admission. Before Rati or commenced lit speech a Mold an we made to admit ladle to the floor but objection was made or Giblack. In the Corr of Hia speech or. to be read a petition to the Manl Lippi legislature. In which a White tan asked that seven different children by six different coloured women be legitimate sized. Toe Reading of tilt Namm a Gre t ted with a Ini rat of Ian Ith ter. Lie follow d up this Point by asking Tho 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 ecu under were outraged in that and other stares by White men and boy and no retired could be obtained in court. John Ambler Smith of the Richmond District pronounced the statement utterly false which Drew Forth the a Glause of the democratic Side of the Home taller maintained that the Pat Sage of Ihu civil right Bill wan imperative demanded to Correct this condition or society under the gulag of showing the struggle though which the question of equal right for the people has passed. Butler endeavoured to Square accounts with John Young Brown who aah ailed by no yesterday drawing an Eulogia iad portrait of Jobu Brown. He Eloed by saying that it was John Brown the older and not the younger to whom be alluded. Butler then sent to the clerk Dak to be Road a Ferrao Onario letter written by Brown at the beginning of the War. Hale of new York objected. Pointa of order we a Mads by various members on the Democrat Side out the letter was finally Reed. Hale moved that the letter be stricken from the record rending which Bouw Bilog that the ung Nige in Saul vhf Lorius in reference to minority of the Southern people a i entirely justified data Odd that Butler a words be taken Down. To speaker decided that Butler Hart not violated the rules and Eldridge withdrew i in motion. It a. Butler closed Fain Imd to minors of 2. No Demon is in Elu a of a inv amp a or disapproval Tel or place Eibar in the a Calif Bra or on Tbs Flor. The vote was thou taken on the school Amqui deut to the Bill it Vil rights. 1 Kkt of the civil bight Hill a passed by the House Friday. The following a the Bill a paused without the preamble Sec. 1. That All the persons within the jurisdiction of the United states bal be entitled to the fall and equal enjoyment of the accommodations advantage facilities and privileges of insurance Public conveyance on and or water Heaters and other place of Public amusement subject Only to the condition and limitation established by Law and apply Able alike to the Cit Leona of every race and color regardless of any previous condition of servitude. Rise. 2. That any person who shall violate the foregoing Section by denying to any citizen except for Reamona by Law applicable to the citizen of every race and color and regardless of any previous condition of air Vit Nde the full enjoyment of any of the accommodations. Advantage. Facilities or privilege in the said Section enumerated or by aiding or inciting such denial shall for every such offence Forf pit and nay the sum of $5�0 to the person aggrieved thereby to be recovers in an act Ion of debt with full coat and shall Al of for every such offence be deemed guilty of a Misdemeanour and upon conviction thereof be fined not Lee than $500 nor More than , or shall be imprisoned not less than 30 Days 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 statute 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 Jaag ment upon an indictment shall be a bar to either prosecution respectively. Bks. S. That the District and circuit courts of the United state shall have exclusively of to courts of the several states cognizant too of All the crimes and offence against Aud violation of the provisions of this act and act Lou 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 state Aud appointed by the circuit and territorial court of the United my ate with Powers of arresting and imprisoning or Balling deader against the Laws of United state Are hereby especially authorized and required to Institute proceedings against. Every person who Ahll violate the provision of this act and cause him to be arrested and imprisoned or balled a the Case May he for trial before such court of the United my ale or territorial court a by Law has cognizance of the offence except in respect of the right of action accruing to the person aggrieved and Ucb District attorney shall Rouw such proceeding to be prosecuted to tic in Termi nation As in other of aet provided not Long contained in this Section shall be a is lured to deny or defeat any right of civil Clion accruing to any person whether by reason of this act or otherwise and Auy District attorney who shall wilfully fail to Institute Aud prosecute the proceeding herein referred to shall for every offers forfeit and pay the sum of $500 to i he person aggrieved thereby to be recover eur by an action of debt with costs and shall on conviction thereof be deemed guilty of a Misdemeanour Aud be fined not Lea than $1000, nor More than $5,000 and provided further that a judgment for to penalty in favor of the party aggrieved a Galart any Nch 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 que Niit alone which Are or May be prescribed by Law Ahll 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 previous condition of servitude and any officer or other person charged with any duty of the Ltd Lection or summoning of jurors who shall exclude or fail to Sut fion any citizen for the a amp a aforesaid shall on conviction thereof be deemed guilty a if a Misdemeanour and he fined not More than $5.000, Sec. 5. That All cd a arising Uncur the provisions of this act in the court of the United slates shall be n viewable he the supreme court of the United , without regard to the aum la controversy under the same provision a and regulation As Are now provided by Law for review of other Canter in the said court. New to inc feb. 4.�?tilton�?Ts Croas examination was continued. He was shown a pamphlet which he identified a the biographical sketch of or. Wood Hull of which be spoke and which Evarts asked to put in evidence. After a Long argument the court ruled it out and Evarts noted an except Ion. 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 a taken by the prosecution. The croat examination was then continued As follows now or. Tilton i will ask concerning your a Kra Ohal with is aches. you become Well acquainted with Beecher prior to 1k70t thought i knew Hutn very Well but i find 1 a much mistaken. you describe to me the Early sentiment you entertained toward him Nav up to the time you became assistant editor How old were you when your acquaintance commenced think wbk a i was 13 or 17. it begin when you came to reside in Brooklyn think before that. �4.�?in what form went to Bia Church and War associated with him on the Independent. War in his maturity and strength of life then a.�?1 Don t know what you consider maturity. 14.�? Whit do Vou consider Bia age Lis. be a Man of mature Yeara and settled pos Tiou in Bia profession a.�?1 always regard taxi him As a big boy and not a Man at All. what sense win to a big boy manner was Large Hearty and companionable. ? , air. does not that come within the description of a boy , air. The Cra Tiest people i know Are boy. A a you Tise the phrase in the sense of generosity of Demeanour meant to Aav that there was certain bouncing Way in his manner and he a loud of things that boys Are fond of. 1 thought him the Init a a harming Roan i Ever knew. <4.�? do you think that you wore right then a. 1 bad not had Tbs experience i have Nince had with men. I loved him next to my lather. to what period did you retain these feelings 1 mingled with the world my idol became dim. 1 wet other Meo Bia Superior As i grew older. these rival of Beecher Home into As intimate companionship with you As he did done to know to whom you refer. When i came to know Charley 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 waa never so into mate with those men a 1 was in my Early life with him. us the dates when your opinion began to change. A a in proportion a i enlarged my no Quaintance ship b 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 vim imperceptible in its 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 coolest 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 Yon ascribe the change in Youree Timetta to him or yourself think it was in consequence of my own growth. I was not reap Womble for or. Beecher betrayal of the Republican party in 1805. He was and Bis Church Rose again a him and he retracted it. Q a when did you come to the conclusion 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 Cometo i intellectual growth do a in your with or. Beecher in regard to the missionary appropriation did you not think you bad Over matched and beaten him was wrong. It is not difficult to Over reach a Man who is wrong. the Cieve Laud letter matter did you not think you had Over matched him . Sir. All 1 did a to enter my trusted a Francis d. Mouliot. I think that he is successor of sir Phillip Sydney it All that is High Noble and boo Walt. Here the court us Journei maa Aix the Brooklyn Eagle Saya or. Til ten excited a grit Deal of observation by the Mode be Cooee to illustrate a the epochs of Bis he said a i pm Breed the Yauae of woman suffrage before the War at the so Deuce. An up knee written from Lepo ind., contained the in nerf i Milt a was Reading a Book entitled -�11011� which waa a Story of a Celo eary. It foolish be Wen a on m Bia letter to say to be amp a a without cause but if with Eek use Auni a Alee a a Oiher letter was written m the Cuas in Northern Indiana in a wry. criticising Ike it Oak Griat f Auto wbk a r. A be stated a bad just Ilu Zahed. It contained ,. _. A Ood Pior. But qua Nee Well Erst los Sod Tat loan of Nijor wife Anil order coat Tationa to be had Inibig it a in outdo none cd its Priori in u Leuer Tom Maucy. Iii., la Reeca Ber 1866, be says be jut written to Bis lit tin gins and Loa git to text a toss a. He never full a he did ibis Winter or had a Terrad by Bevc Berk a Sermon in Laver of the Lee. he again stick i enlarged my ideas on the Ulm oct of divorce at the time married mrs. Mcfarland and or. Richardson. That was an act a Kish at the Lair i or. Kvartko asked j be of oud go Velim the Date of the ceremony and the ton replied a if you Rae banking a or information i can cot give it to you. 1 had Nothe Zig to do with that on another of Costou Tilton said a i modified my via a upon social questions and Nave published air principal denunciation of social crimes since or. Breche a invasion of Oil a it me name to it inv know Edge in 1870. A Washington correspondent writes on saturday last mrs. Sartoris and her husband mra. Fred and her husband assisted to the reception. There does not appear to be the a ame difficulty Between the ladies As to pro Eden Cut a existed Between the wife of the Duke of Edinburgh and his six ter. Mrs. Fred., like a of Waible Young woman expects mra. Sartoris to be nearer the hearts of Ber parents than she who has so recently been added to the family Circle. Nellie a she will always be called by those who have known her since she wan 10 years of age looked Sweet and pretty la Lavender coloured silk trimmed with plaiting of crepe Lisa 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 provide for amending the Law in re latin to divorce so As to prohibit the marriage of a divorced person for two Yeara after having obtained a decree of a Torce from a court of competent jurisdiction. The reason for this la that Par Tibi to a the suit have two re a in i Bleb to file a Brut Cost against the crime against Liberty that tier committed. If you ask me to slate that crime i will. , no. The Witney a said that he and been bar were always personal friends until 1870. He frequently visited Beecher s Home and Heel bar to visit Bia Bouse because whatever he had be wanted Elizabeth to Shore. Holt always considered himself very much honoured wlm a his wife was appreciated. My first prolonged a Ose Nee said lie Iron borne on a lecturing tour in Tho West begin in 1804 or there continued up to 1871 and to 1872, Aud lasted from the fall on to the Spring. I do not remember asking or. Beecher to visit my Bouse during my absence though i May Havo done so. The last time i voiced his House i think a in 1861, when i brought in the army Iron Washington for Bis Eon Arthur. Owing to a dts Poai Liou on mra. Beecher a part i stayed away that. Or. Beecher regarded my action for Bis son a a very great a Enrice. My Pamposo was alb it Monaie and he so under stood u. He Sild that i Hud saved a mein her of his family from destruction. It had relation to Hla Sou who had been out of the army and afterwards went Back into the army. 1 bad a portrait of Beec Bor for which be it in the tall of 1818, and it waa Fin sued in the Spring of 1869. I told him that i wanted 1 be portraits of the Meo who bad been connected with my Early Day and in a Terez ted in the cause of Liberty. These men were Greeley Phillip Sumner and or. Beecher. That portrait was sent to Moulton s in the summer of 1870, to Tea beat of my recollection. The receipt of $500 to pay the artist for the portrait of Beecher was pm scud in evidence. Duo or two i Ile incidents occurred before 1870 to the Demeanour us be Ocker and mrp. Tilton which Drew my Hue Union to them but nothing occurred later. For letters of love. An i no Pat Promak do rut it is 8pdbu.�t> or tub Law Yew who Wjk vote it to Kex amino love Lett Krso most of which . Liken proud had re Folk. Nar York Feu 5.�?when the Brooklyn City court was opened this re orning All the Patria a involved in the Tiron Beaber Case were present. The court room was As crowded a a Ever. Or. Tilton resumed his place in the witness chair a immediately on entering the atom. He was so own a Tetter and said Tala is in the handwriting of or. Berber. 1 can not remember the time it was sent. The letter waa read. It stated that the wider sent Tillon an Ink stand with a letter which he hoped would tie of service to him. Another letter the Witney identified a Beecher a. It was dated March 16, 1864, Aud addressed to or. Tilton tendering love and sympathy to Bua. A third letter in the same writing was also identified. It was Date january 3, 1967, alluding to Bis Tilton s religious opinions and exp Etu Iii Confidence in i development. To witness then continued when my Wile left Home the took Only run love Aud Good Wilt and that she test us. To publication of her and my correspondence was not made either through or by Ziy Procura uce. They were published by the Chicago Tribune through the advice of my counsel judge Morris. He made an sex if 1 nation of All the letters found in the Houm. The letter were selected by judge Morris for publication. The representative of that paper did not see the original document. During my Burly Ood Hui Tallon with judge Morris 1 put All the correspondence into his hands and he that they be published and said that Good taste required that they be published in a paper outside of to City. I did net with my weft on the Mailer. The copies of the letters were taken by Meno Grappio reporters who copied Teui front the original letters. A letter shown to the worm and Bis attention was directed to a of a talk Rishi graph. He said this extract in from one of mra. Tilton s letter. Or. Fullerton objected to it being read when or. Evarts bad just begun the sentence a to love is praiseworthy but to a Bubo Quot a find Here be was brought up by cries of a Stop a a Stop a from the counsel on the other Side which excited the lat Kittek of the Spectator. The court overruled the objection and or. Kvart spread the extract. To witness Cou Iii urdu the re la no Date to this j ecu meet in which this extract 1� printed but if i saw the loiter from which it is taken i could Tell Tea Date. I think it was february 8, 18us. F do not know whether the Date which i other Vul in the Corner or the extract is Correl my printed or net. Another Retior Pul it shed 111 the correspondence was read Datt a february 3, 1869, and dwelt on the influence of Lova Tho witness we a shown a paper and asked if that was a Pego of i original statement in Bis own . He replied it waa in the handwriting of Augustus Maverick and was a Pago of Bis original statement. Or. Everte read a it a it it ago in a letter which win dated february 3, �h68 the a Sago began a a try love is praiseworthy but to abase it in the witness continued i thought that my wife then regarded adultery a a sin and because cd that i copied this extract irom Ber letter. Another inter Val hire eps red while the counsel for the it of cow a Enro bed for certain letters among their a . Finally or. Shearman read Anise letters from my. Tuton ,0 Ber. Boa band in 1868. Tiv All expire cd the deep love which she bore toward Hgt a husband and mentioned the names of person who Hail called to see Ber at the Bouse when be was away from Home declaring Low Happy she would feel when he would be with Ber again. The i inc it resumed after being Adown the letter Ido not remember when Tina tether was written or Warinor mrs. Tui on waa recovering from her i Evn not give you the exact d Ite of the birth of Niy 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, Hail ibis letter written shortly after my own no nov of it. Brie Annan read a letter from min. Tilton to her husband telling his 11 Bow much she re jolted in bin coining Bouie and How glad the children would is. It referred to the crowded condition of the Church to it a the previous and the earn but Lar Rtin of or. A Kechko. Another letter dated february 1,18cs, was read which also bore testimony to her Joy at his return hems and related a visit from sugar. Ii. Anthony and being much cheered with her talk. A letter of february 22, 18u9, informed Blin of the death of mrs. Muniet who came Over scrape the Lauy at the Iuie of Paul a death. A letter of february 2, 1m9, of Corral to the death of Ber son Paul which occurred in the previous summer of 1868. The remainder of the time up to the Reese was pent by the Desense in searching for Leith and Reading extract. From them. About Hall an boar before the us Ual Ron a was taken or. Moulton entered the Coart room with a Friend and they took a behind the jury the lawyers were tardy in assembling after Ibe recess and it was fully Twenty minutes after the born when the proceedings were again Ope amp cd Tilton took Bis place on the a a land and ten Mann Tel were consumed by the defense in searching among their paper fur Letten required for identification. Beao were read by Shearman. in a 2s, 1m6, recounted mrs. Tell Tony ii Tovel it a lifer Hub it and which we Tho letter stated such a Hui. Shear Nan read on ad4ml��nal number of letters written by Tilton to i wih while of Hla tau using Tow and which All breathed of deep love Affe Etien and life Long attachment and his entire of a Kab entire Devotion. The letters Are published entire during lbs earlier stage of the scandal. Shearman proposed to read a portion off the Lefer irom or. Tilbon Lohi wife written in let Beach objected to a portion of the letter Only being put in evidence and contended a iat it shoo id All be read. Ubea. Man stated that to would Only leave Mil that portion of it relating to general g a no a father and Mother. The court permitted thin portion to be left on and lc4ter woe read and put in evidence. Shearman then returned to the Reading of or. A Huoni a Lettera to her in band of which be read aloud a dozen. Evarts read a letter written by Tilton to he Wile in dec Ember 1868, in which he Roa Pui nod of Heing worried by by Dneena and was growing old before Bis time having rarely ten a Minuta of Leia Urc. The trouble he bad were of his own parking however the better elated. The Ait nes said that this letter was written office in new York. Evaris said that there were certain letters which to desired to have from the other vide on monday morning and of the a he read a hat of the dates borne by the epistles he desired and Ahta some letters of Tilton a which the counsel wished to read and have placed in Fol Dolce. Tillmoney. The Promise at the beginning of this Murning wbk Hou was that it would to decidedly interesting but this Promise win not fulfilled. The Reading and ideas fiction of the love letter a bib pay sed Between or. And mra. Tulon took up Moat of the Day. Louisiana writ of error and if the writ is sustained by i by yearn Moulton and been Mutual m a Friend and an affection for one was very , lasting from to Hood up to to present time. Alter Tho do traction of my own Home Moultout a ii us a to Caus a my Home. Bat t was if ire a great Deal Iron the 11 of january. 1k7i. In rior to the 1st of january 1x70, 1 a Nasiy look my Nich at Bis Bouse but we were together very ire que Entov. Alter my Piffl Callih to re was no inn la my Yateem who could to a a it veil the supreme court a marriage that May have to on contracted by Eloer Surty in Tho meantime 1�?Tvleclared null nud void Sud thereby hardship imposed upon an innocent person. The Bill make such a murmured Liat la in be a than Twoy in Iron the time be de ree May be granted bigamy and punishable As a Tieb unless the decree May be sooner confirmed by the Barreme court. Greater than Ever Sotl declared that a he we la i Lovo. Thiwa identified and placed in evidence. The witness stated that the Annie referred to in the letter Hia vistor or. Lester. Another letter of february 18�, slated that on hand he a prevented Trout writing to him by a visit from or. And or. Ovington. Trio letter declared the a a Alint last Bull to Bint bad Ever been and would be Ever More. A number of Lett Ora from to Lou to his wits were also read and in Evi the investigating committee testimony on the election. . The k Kmax Numka or War Sliwin Obom Oxx Xvi hence of Republic ankh a full fair and Kerr of the Forks Knob of Troon. New okleax.�, feb. be congressional committee investigation to Day the following wet nest Law were rafted by the Cou her valves lieutenant Edward a. Belger 3d infantry was sworn. Lie was stationed at Alexandria. He arrived there on the 10th of october. The troops under the command were stationed in the court Honit Yard and Are still stationed in the town of Alexandria. He we present of toe Day the elec Liou Asci noted that in Alexandria the election we in every Way a quiet one. He has new served no evident not hostility to the Community 10 the general government. The elect Ion was held in the court House. Or. Allred duper Ion re a ides in Parish ii Jerla. He voted Lor a ten. Grant Aud in a he elect Ion of 1872 canvassed the Parish for gov. It blog. Shortly after the War Grudt Bud Many supporters la tire Parish. Machol the present trouble was attributable to bad legislation. Monopoi<8 burdening the people have Bren created. The a Adges of the inferior court Kome Titues Are not Able to cute pret the Law or Are too prejudiced and fail to apply it. Many criminal go unpunished. Considerable ignorance exis it among the White people of the Parish Aud More among the Black the Deputy tax collectors Are sometimes the Law maker. They receive fifteen per cent or collecting and levying 1 the taxes. Before the War the Coal three per rent. Although he Hod Lekeu a tended Start against secession and had cooperated with the rep he can party he Baa never been ostracised. He has Al was been kindly and considerately treated by the intelligent portion of the Community. A great i Iny no Gross voted with the conservative lib Canne they wore Deg Irete with the Republican party. They Lead never received any 01 t ram things Whf of were premised to in to. Or. Whf Elor desired to know what would lie he Tanosi Aseep Able to the majority of the people a Rece Gurrion of the Kellogg government or n provisional government. The reply we Bat the recognition of to a a to go a government with the log Lavature elided last is would be the Inest acceptable to the majority of the Eolk in the witness s motion of the country. Andrew j. Gurdan in lived Thiee Yenta in St. Mary a Parish. Lie is a in to of education and teaches the coloured Public ebb of. He voted the Compromise ticket at the last election and Anterior to hit Tho Republican ticket. Ileo Oen not know or any Iurata Neof violence to negroes. The Only injun ideation or act re waa t hat by the negro leaders. To election to free and Lair. When the troops Ranju Tho negroes said Thoy were cent to see How they wore going la vote and if 1 hey did Ike i Voto the Republican ticket Grant would know tue rc.1.hon want. It was also said that every one voting the Compro Mue ticket would be arrested there Wax never apprehension on the part of Tho Republican Duloin and they expressed their opinion without restraint. After supporting the Compromise movement the Watne a a scholars were taken away from him. St. Mary a Parish Oug to to give on s fair count 1,500 to 1,809 Radical majority. In 1672 Irant end Kellogg were Only returned by 125 majority because the vote was fraudulently manipulated by Warmoth. Edward Jour Tex titled that he was from Rainey Iii. He was in the Federal array and he a resided hero since i860. He la now a Republican Aud a been received Here socially a everywhere else. There Baa been no desire evinced to oat Rocic the witness socially. N is Here As everywhere else my far a the with ens experience goes a imn a character decides his social status. The election a a fair and tree one. Henry Ware realities in Iberville parted. He Enn ged in planting after the War. He Yin pm Htee a re with the honest Republican. At the election of 1873 he med for Kellogg and Gram. The Lemb Licurs a to in a us Jarly of three or four to one. Tho official there have Beec fors Evniki years Post and unit unworthy. In some i Ina does it is and Niu cd by Tho better and More intelligent of both facts Ihil Dmn a . The appoint Menta hive been made improperly. They appear to cover and protect defaulting officials Ami prevent them from being brought to Juisti. Thea bos caused much Lii amp ill fiction even among the Republicano. To it Letlon of the races were sol am. Touching a Dtepo-1-Tiou on ure part of the planters to defraud Loo labourer Tho it Tuesa affirmed lht�i.�1?,on thru own open the Formen by major Merrill in bit Timon waa who on oat. The late election in Iberville pariah waa full Falt to and tree. It was a peaceable Kaion in the i Imp Parish in j8��. It gave a rant and item oct Over of vireo Lindred majority. The former returning Board threw out the Parish or the ground that the Cox red people intimidated the . A was a ii stuff. Juda Ejohn Young wms a won. He is a Eon car i alive a hk3 a of the Lmh Latua fro a Claiborne Parish. The election of 1872 was undoubtedly favourable to the Whites. He testified to the general quiet of the pariah m which be Friend la real Iowa of th1-�races, and to the fast that no one no far of he knew had been driven from the pariah pm arc out of Politico. Allen Tomae was sworn. He is from aare Sioe. When the election came of he was a candidate for t it legislature. He waa promised the support Rit Only of the looser Vaive Bat of All classes in the Community Black and White. Qew eject i a Day much sgt Bis Surprise the Buck voted against him almost to a Man. These crts Jered voters All told the wit news they Jared net vote for him i Vause Ibey feared for thai it lives from the entered real Blicaus. He Knurr of no other Winum Darien. The election was quiet and peaceable. Geo. Frank t. Niche 1. Of Assumption Parish. Was Kirn and the stub i to the peaceable character of i lie election. There was no in timid Ion or ostracism. Thought a conservative was elected to toe legislature Irum Bis Parish. A Republican had been seated. I. 11. Elam of Desoto Parish testified to the quietest of l6e election. Nearly one Liali of the Blacks voted the conservative ticket there was no intimidation. It h. Goode of Terrebone je-titie.1 to the quiet Nesa of to Ioctl of Tao related too particular of a Compromise. There waa Good feeling Between the Ranee. Political murders had happened. K. A. Itt Irke was sworn be la a member of the City Chi until. Lie never longed to the demo Englc party though he did vote with the conservatives in the late Campaign a a Orn Pluskat were made against Etest of the supervisor though gov. Kellogg Only removed one. He read evidence substantially the same a that Given by Bim before the subcommittee. The committee s plan. It pro Onyx that the committee a Kociok who Wurr dlr la top rec and that Kel Lobo hem air t a so conclusion aka Chou. New Orl Zank feb. 6 a the iou owing a the congressional committee a promo Virlon for an adjustment of the Louisiana troubles Wnm Ian it is desirable to adjust the difficult Lee growing nut of the general election in this state in 1872, the action of the returning Board in declaring and promulgating Tho result of the general election in the month of november teat and the organization of the House of representative on the fourth Day of january last Guob adjustment being deemed a a Caspary to the r<3 establishment of peace and order inthe state now therefore the undersigned member of he conservative party and claiming to have been a seemed members of the Iliae of re Recaen Stives sad that their certificate of election have been illegally withheld by the returning Board hereby severally agree to my Btl their claims to seats in to House of re it Reee Nuti in Lithe award and arbitrage it of George f. Hoar William a. Weweler William p. Free and Barnaul i. Marshall member of the congressional committee now in new of Fleauo who Are hereby authorized to Exanie and determine the name noon the Seq Afiba of the several cases and when Ucb award attain be made. We hereby severally agree to abide by the Oam and such Otu of May become men brr of the House of under Thi Erra gement hereby severally agree to sustain by our sufi Zenoe and votes the joint Resolution herein alter set Forth and the undersigned Eia iming to have been elected senator from the eight and Twain to Pecoud senatorial District hereby agree to a limit their Cia Insa to the Tore Niue award and arbitrage it and in Oil respects to Aud the resulta of the asure Aud the Nade Nugnet holding certificates of election from the return Loir Board hereby severally agree that upon the coming in of the award of the fora going arbitrators they will when the game a Ball have Ber a ratified by Tea report of the committee on he colons and the qualification of the body in sea Sioa at the Arete House claiming to be the House of Itepre-1 it Atira attend the sittings or the a Aid House Lor the purpose of adopting the a Aid report and it the said report shall be adopted and the members Embr cad in the foregoing report shall be seated then the undersigned severally agree la at immediately up a the adoption of the said re Pott they will vote for the following resolutions. Whereas doubts have existed and still exist As to the Legal results of the election in this late ii. The month of november 1872. And. Where it is alleged and by the Largo portion of this state believed i hot then Ault of Tho Electter form Lamb a of the House of Keprean natives and for Treon Nurer in the month of november last was illegally determined end Promani Patail by the returning Board and whereas doubts allegations and taif have tended greatly to disturb him Public mind and to unsettle cons Dattie and to affect the material interests of the state and wow Rem it a deemed Neccie Arv 10 the welfare of the state that an adjustment of the foregoing diff Capin should to get effected therefore be it hereby resolved by the general Wambly of the state of Louisiana that the said so Etc by. Without approving the mme. Flu net disturb the present state government claiming to have been elected in i8t2 and Knou a the Kellogg government or sack an impeach the governor for any Pasi on Ial acts and that henceforth Uriu Acord to the said governor a a we Vir and legitimate support in mount oiling the Laws and advancing the peace and Prosperity of the people of Thi state Ami a by to the a ohm no pc preen Tail ves no Feo a latin Lara a constituted Umpei the award of go Hugo f. Dior win. A. We a never we. T. Frye and Samuel a mini tall a Hail remain Witti out change except by the resignation or death of in Emty in. Until a new Elf Arian and that the Teunie. A herein . Shall ate remain neb Menend Ltd a eel of for a that body itself rns a ski Chen Celori Truff fit. Tin pm Wilton a s a teen used i caucus but no definite action taken a a it a lbs coi a Ery Atiyeh up Publ in no that the member of the Kellogg in ova Wilt t a it no . A Moia introduced into the Kellogg Ilou the the absent May Ibert to re. Urn Sud pied log co operation in Alt car,�.itntlona1 Insoo ores of Reform producer a Onai durable to order and finally result a a no a durum. The renewal of the eur rect jul m nip Roux to Day a Tubeo Orosi a of the or. A that la order Eucon a has n it before prevailed Sinore january t

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