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12 Jan 1875

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You xxiv no. 2a Indianapolis tuesday january 12. 1370. Whole numbed 1.783 a devoted husband. Mar wife a sad suicide. A to Gnu Man kill himhr1.f on i wife kid of Ose year » Kiki it irk a Dak Foh i Vukad Luce Agub. One of the diet example of of suicide a Given by the Cincinnati Gazette of thevis inst. The following facts Are sex Tia gtd the Community. To Pec Fly the Friend and associate of Horace b. Jibe will a i booked ibis morning to hear that be committed suicide yesterday dior Niue about ii ocl k k. At the grave of Bis Young wife in Spring Grove Beni every. The Iru Nia Lucro coup Eitard with and which led to i untimely death by Bis own Bania of a pro mein Young Man. Beloved by by family and intimate acquaintance and rape cod by All who knew Bim Are is tollo As than a year ago it will not let a it ear until february at the ago of a Lutle Over Twenty one he a married to w Youni and Beautiful Gitl. Belle Ridenour the idol of his heart she was Only 17 Vear of age. And was Tho daughter of liw late William kid i to who will tie Well Rem my red by Many of our citizens. Thev Usu went to housekeeping to no. 303 Wade Street just tie Low Freeman and lived As Only two United soul it an live. On christinas Day his tic Dutiful Voung wife passed away from Imrit living Bim an in laut boy three week old. This Doy was named , and was transferred to Bis maternal grandmother to rear. The Shook of Bis wires death unsettled Bis mind and made aim until for business. He removed to the Home of la Timber Ira b. Gibbs and remained with Bun until the morning of his death. Up to eight weeks ago. Horace was employed i in a posit Lon of Trust by the i., c. A l. Railroad company. At test to i e was taken sick and Only Recovo 1 about the Lime i wife was confined. He would not leave or that time and in consequence i position in the Eoin it nov office a filled by another person. This Mav have weighed Bea Yily on his mind though by friends think not As lie already bad other employment in Prospect at in Quot time of Bis sickle he brooded at time Over Bis wife s death and continually a pressed the wish to lie beside her grave. He is thought by his family to be get ing Everthia feeling until of wednesday last however be engaged a Borse and buggy for Friday of Earnest caller Barb. Who keeps a livery stable on the Corner of Ever Ett and Baymiller streets stating that he wishes to of to Serino prove and Touhl take a Young Man named Duncan with Bim. On thursday he called at the stable again to see that there was no mistake about the matter. He was assured it was All right. Yeste Raky morning be called at the stable and Tola or. Hallerbach that for Acme reason by Fridd would not go with Bim. He Alan stated that he bad concluded to go to Richmond ind., by would like to visit Spring Grove first that if or. Hallerbach would go with him a Lar a the cemetery take him to the depot there and to a bring Quot the horse and buggy Back to the City by would d it him a great favor. To this or. Lylall Erbor to inserted. Bev started out on Tbs Road about 10 Quot Oclock. Or. Hallerbach sirs that Jorai was cheerful a l the Way out. To was dr1.vlng a bore of Good Speed and the talk natural la Turtch on fat horses which we the object of conversation during Ali j Urney until hey arrived at the Gate. A be Gate Young Gibbs took out his darn who it a ticket asked some few directions of Tho Gato a taper of to the location of his wife Gravo and proceeded to put the ticket in bilt to vet. Suddenly he to Ilal curbs it h. Quot my god i have forgotten Smiuel Bugl Here Isa letter i have written intending to leave it for my Mother Bull it it i and forgot it. La you will Slegt of kit with this admission ticket to o. 132 Barr Street you will do me a great favor. Or. Hallert Aeh promised to do oud put them in his pocket. They to a drove through the cemetery to Tho Quot Gibbs family which i a abort distance South or i the general vault of the main Rod. Of Iii lot Tea Small squat Monument about six feet la height surmounted by an urn. The the is of Granite and the Din and shall of White Marble with the Nara in is lie. I. 11 Gibbe. Two f it from the Monument on the South Side a a nearly made grave with a Wreath of Over the brr my. I i was covered with Snow. The fatal shot. Arrived at this newly made grave Horace Gibbs alighted. Or. Hallerbach was Al out to hitch i horse when Horace told him that be would not be Long to drive the horse around a Circle or two to keep him warm then come Hack and he would he ready to go to the depot. Or. Hallerbach understanding this to be a hint that Gibb wished to be alone drove off. Lie bad gone but a moment or two Beu lie heard two report of a Pustol. He did not think anything of it however and continued driving around for a nit ten minutes when he returned to Iho place where lie had left Horace. Gibbe we lying with i breast acrus his wife s grave with a Derringer Bullet through Bis heart. Hallerbach was frigate my and drove rapidly for of stance. Within a Hundred Yards of the fatal spot he it a labourer of whom they had asked some directions going up. And the two re tired to Tho scene. They left the body log so it w As and drove rapidly Down to the re Idem c of Strauch. Or. Strauch viewed the body and i patched a Jne Conger to the c Polho Sta Tion for help. An officer in cutely responded and removed the body to the rear of the vault where it a placed upon a Ktie Cher and covered up to await the arrival of the Coroner. Below we Prost it Tho letter entrusted to or. Hallerbach to be Given to mrs. Gibbs. Ai above mated it a Given to the police authorities and subsequently to Coroner Maley. It was addressed to Quot mrs. Ira b. Gibbs and 1» As follows Cincinnati. Jan.7,1875 my dear Moth Kab this is. Perhaps the last Long conversation i will Ever have with you. Of Mother you will not think me a rein in thus leaving when you have so Many Caree. I Hare thought and thought it All Over until 1 am almost distracted. Mother. I love Belle. 8be 1 Dearest to me than every tie i have. 8be is my 11. I know she would not have waited a Day had i died first. I am in my full sen. I am not crazy As people persist in calling men who do As i am about to do. Boer it a died the same death by Poison. No Man a Over said that be wit insane. I simply do not care to live without Bella and 1 have perfect Faith that i will be allowed to loin her in the other world. Belle and i have often talked this matter Over before Abe died and each Bald what we would do in Cane one of us should to called More the other. A i dont believe there Ever were two Young por Iod who loved eau a other More fondly than Bei and l the Oulu thing that worries m the other hand my duty to my Darling i know i imperative. Of if he will Only accept the Trust without reproach to me i will to so Happy Sod if it is possible in the other world i will try and help him from heaven. Now dear Mother i dont want you to Grieve for my welfare in t he other world fur the safety of my soul. God love. He is merciful. I am confident of i love. A bold not you then be so i go before Lulitu in perfect Faith a repentant sinner believing in lib generosity Anil i know that my soul is Safe with him. Bell and i will soon be baby in each others eternal love. Tomorrow i will he with her for did not Christ say unto the malefactor on the Crow this Dav Shalt thou be with me in Paradise. Dear Mother what i Tai world but Long Day god Wakas a in the morning and puts a to sleep at night but the second Awakening i to glory with him forever. Dear Mother i feel no dread at going before him. He knows my heart Nim know hut the covering. While Belle Wab re although we bad a Lew trials we were Happy in each other love. Although we hoped to live to see St. Clair grow up to i a great Good Man we be Luger of a were afraid to die. We wondered at the great Newt of god but left that ills will a right because he was the almighty. He brought us upon the Earth Sun by he will take care of a when we left the Earth. A. It a ail Lor the Best. Belle and i love each other i in the full significance of the word and it la god will that i go with her. Dear Mother i know you will do whatever 1» right by St. Clair Quot and whatever you my do t will Taluk it w right. If you All dear Mother father brother and sister Anil Little Aon knew How hard it was for me to part Froid you you would then know my love for you but dear dear my her i am not ashamed to say that i love my Darling better than All. I have loved her from the time 1 first knew her. She is the companion of my soul and i know my love for her i not greater than her forme. 1 would do anything within the Power of my life for . Now dear Mother ,Eddie, Maggie Jessie and i must bid you a last Good by. It is but for a while and i ask you All to forgive any wrong 1 have Ever done you for it a not intentional. Again Good by. Think of me hopefully when i am gone. Horace Brooklyn fruits. Sir John Franklin. Lap Khan klints Koward of #10,000 for the Kwh Overy of the ukr opt of Akk Hustan pea . To the editor of the new York Herald London dec. 1.», 1874i am de ired by my aunt lady Franklin whose exceedingly weak slate of health forbids her addressing you with her own ban to bring under your notice the fact that she has renewed the Reward of £2, overed for the recovery of the records of her husbands expedition. It was first made Public about three year ago in England and almost in am re a where its promulgation is at least As necessary As at Home and tur stunt venture to Hope that you will secure for Tho subject the to i widely extended Clr it it can receive by Quot giving order that the Reward be made known in the pages of the new York Herald. In Thea Hope we shall place a f ire you Tho leading fact a to la object in View and still existing probabilities of Success. It is naturally concluded that on Tho abandon Lieut of the Krebs Satin terror a Tew Miles Only trom the Mainland Tho journals ship a l a and scientific observation would be left to certain destruction with the ships jul would he landed Lor Deposit at the spot we Eure the survivors started of their journey to the fish River. 8afe conceal Moul ouly with a View to the future recovery of Vail Sale data would be the object and not the Sepo ii log in Orts tinn in conspicuous position a was done in respect to tie proceeding of the retreating parties. It is evident therefore Tinl this locality should be searched Beu the Snow is off the ground. The same condition i necessary for examination of the known Liuo of Retreat toward the fist River. Str 1/eopold Mcclintock made ibis certain to us but Tho track was Rod Over upon the show which Only partially though sufficiently it k Vea led the fatal tracks of tin it passage. It a Well know by moans of the whalers who have visited repulse Bay that the Esqui Maux have been attracted to the West coast of King William Island by the debris of every description which would follow the breaking up of the Pessoli As Well As to boat coat Down and abandoned by the Ostrea Piug party it a also known that various Cape Dieutam were adopted la their extremity for conveying news of themselves for instance or. Hall brought Home a tin match Box which had been carefully sown up in rant As and contained a piece of paper so said the Esqui Maux who gave up the Box. It is obvious that personal communication with theae people would almost inevitably be the Means of recovering Amine of these fragment of later information. The Way of reaching the area to the Rob Tel now clearly and a tined May be by ship Down feel s Muj or by be get Inlet and through if Obot Strait which would place the sea Ribera at once we Tiu reach it it i their work and in Tho waterway of the Northwest it usage Luto Tho Pacific Winch 1 used not Tell you has never been accomplish d. The other route would be by land Starling a or. Hall did from pc pulse buy. The Choice will depend probably upon the habit and experience of him who undertakes it. It is a quest worthy of your or. Stanley and if he were not engaged in other work my aunt would Venturo to etltnulat3 his enthusiasm in its behalf la Codde Caiiou of the difficulty of providing for the equipment of such an undertaking my aunt Laa aim la to the Reward of £2,0u0 on receiving pome Eslon of the documents in question the offer of some compensation for the outlay the adjudication of this a Well aah Reward its if to be made by Ibre per Aon appointed by both parties of whom two shall be officers of the Navy who have had erne Riece la Arctic service and who Muat therefore be competent for the duty kindly undertaken by them. It is right i should add that the Quot payment of the Suma to be claimed is made binding upon Iny aunts executors in the co Tangency of her death during the program of the work. You will exc uha my aunt dope the lengthy sex Lunation with a bib we have troubled Quot you. Liw offered rather a a guarantee for Tho reasonable and hopefulness of the object which May there lore c a Inmond itself to your advocacy a Well a your sympathy of which Cuil Teti Niy aunt a no doubt. 8he begs her kind regard to you Aud i an., dear air Youra very truly Hopsia . The 8tandall. Somr la tikk of love and Toutai the decision of tur Kin Hella new York Sun of the 7tb last contains Acme of the literature connected with the celebrated Field Klanella suit from i which the follow aug extract Are Given a judge Greenwood who was appointed referee to take testimony in or. Thoin to w. Fiend a suit against Thoms Kinsely for #50,000. Yesterday filed i decision. The essential Pait of it a a follow i find a matters of a that the said plaintiff a married for about the time for that purpose stated in the amended complaint in this action to emmeline Van Mick Len. The person therein named and that from that time the said a Mureline known Atter said marriage As Etui Neline Field continued to be the wife of Aid plaintiff and to live with him a such wite. And i further find that the said defendant without the privity Kun ledge or consent of the plaintiff debauched and carnally knew and had illicit Intercourse with the said emmeline Field As mated in the said complain she the Oaki emmeline then being the Wile of the Eald plaintiff and Alieu Mcd and do troyed the affection of the said pm Mezine for her he bail the said , and thereby destroyed the peace and Comfort of said plaintiff and deprived him of the Comfort society Aid and assistance of Bia Wile. And a conclusions of Law the refer finds that the defendant did w wrongfully and unlawfully Debauch the wife of the plaintiff and Ohee be the damage at #15.000, Luclus Lve of All Coats and disbursements. With Llie report is filed a oops of the letters which Paa aed Between or. Kio Sclia and mrs. Field. They contain mind commonplace narration which Are not Worth printing. The More inter entire Parta Are Given below. In a letter dated thursday Kugle office and and Roanad to dear em., or. Kinsella writes remained awake for hours during the night trying in guess where Ait this will end. I hate to have Vou out of Brooklyn and yet i am tree to say 1 dread what May follow your return in affairs remain where they Are and Weatt mar Towle each other. For the present we must make a settlement of some sort. K. Kingsley has just bought Sci be s interest in the Eagle and test insure the prep Derting influence largely where i want it. The sunday newspaper business is Well underway. K. Is willing to go in. Its More Power Aud 1 suppose More enemies. There May he Money enough in it by and by to pay for your european trip which has been dreamed of. I i t i t t t your counsel Tracy has just Lefi bore. Good by. Always t. K. At the end of another letter written in the Lei a of october 1873, he aay Aud you want me to Tell you that 1 love you. Don t it spoil it to be asked to dont Yon know what it is Tioel that there is one human being out of All the millions that you confidently roly upon that i to Yoa As Noone else i and who of gone would take a great part out of life and leave the place a ant forever More whose absence is always Mise i whoa prese one fill every Desir. Whose society leave nothing to be asked except that time would not puss away if All ibis i evidence of love i do love you and Tho re is no Way of stopping it despite the fam that every gossip who meddles with our affair think there i. Yours always x. K. Another letter refers to a matter which has a tearing on Tho Beecher cae As follow i do not think that Bowen wat clips me. 1 have had n Long talk Wuh Britton who 1-b.iweus counsel and my Friend. I with the suit was settled in one Way or another. It need give you no trouble. The defense will be and the Only Defenso possible that the word were mgt to maliciously used a against Yon and or. R., and Are not libellous. One half of Tai i tenable. Britton stipulated that this should to the Only Defene. So you Sec Bow a has Little interest in watching me. It he is doing of Britton does not know it. Bowen loves Money so Well that he would bar div spend any in his was. Besides Ilia could a detective have ascertained Sor Poso Boutu had one employed for a month past that would justify him in asking for by pay still it u pos i. The nit can be settled. Bowen la Only too anxious. I have oot him on tur hip. Beecher has bad an interview with me and showed me Bowel a denial of the Ai Argoe against him. It lit Complete and emphatic. With Tia in my Possession 1 Enn show that Bowen is a sell conf Aeo slanderer. I have not done with him. He must soil the paper. And got out of sight in Brooklyn and i think be Las come to that conclusion Uncle something not Orson happens to either you or myself. There Are sixteen of these remarkable letters which or. Field found la his wife s Secretary m tue cottage at Lake George when i o went Thore o visit her and found her away. They All procede the facts which entered most largely into the disposition of the Crimin. Con. Suit by the referee and which were printed in the t8tim<>uy Given by Lake George hotel Tepp and employees. Yesterday the divorce suit was Lieg tin before the referee sex judge Greenwood and As in the Crini. Con. Cae no defense was interposed. Several witnesses were sex Auxin stand the above letters were read and the Rol Ereo reserved i decision for the court. Mrs. Field attended the proceeding Aud had a private conference with her husband As to he keeping of their Only child. Or. Fudd said that Fie should not allow her to have it hut would not refuse her the privilege or visiting at sonic place not his Home. He told her that be love which i bore fhe said emmeline Field while he was my Lait Ful and Loving Wile and with the knowledge of the frailty of Rev own Lile and that after my death she would be left destitute with the intent that she shall not at Auy time suffer from want do make this Trust. Washington. W directions from the governor of the tote and removed Mukk Idanys a Kurt. The Toky of the 4tk of Maxc a a Harrisburg paper informs us that when a gentleman and lady axe walking upon the Street the lady should walk inside of the gentleman. We shall not Diacou the practicability or impracticability of this a loot i go leaving of a All the j feat by we May Roler to the theory a Rill í2-1, to ■ expense of everything tracing the general i pm Tion of men to t looks Taegu in we while i ■ my pm Leoo Baraa and Oppre a the gentler cd. Did not desire his offspring to be kept where they might have the shame of their Mother Paramour and that in would retain the Littie girl in i custody. I that your decision Quot angrily demanded mrs. Field Fier face Fiona hug with anger. It is replied or. Field. Then sir 1 will kill toc retorted his wife As she ended the interview. The judgment in to Brira. Con. Snit was affirmed yesterday and or. Georgo w. Knie Bethe acting City clerk gave an execution for the amount. Or. Field has signed a do a of Trust placing the #15,000 in Ali hands of Charlea h. Fellows and Tubeo. F. Jek no m trustees of the Money for Tho use of his wife to be used for her Benefit la her lifetime and at her death to go to Home Charity As the Klinse the following paragraph occurs in the deed now that the purpose of this Trust is that where the history of ail criminal and illicit connections proves them to be from their very nature transitory and that the deluded victim if uniformly abandoned by her betrayer to want and suffering now i to memory and for the Sake of the great the Tilton a Kechko 811 t. Some ludicrous Sara in court the la Mainino of jury men the of Siso counsel. A Brooklyn special to the Cincinnati commercial. Of the b mat., Given the following picture of the first Day trial and a description of to Gladiator Only the term roaring fan e can describe the lay1 preliminary Oer action of the Bromber trial. I May almost say that the prot feedings of this Afier Mem were modelled on Ibone in the famous a trial in or. To Alula croat american comedy of of lond hellers a a now being performed at the Imark theater new York. The similarity it won some of the incidents of that mock trial and those of this trial were so queer that those who had Lieen split with laughter at tue could not help bursting with hilarity St the other. The afternoon ape Alada was especially ludic a and at times the examination of one of the candidate for jury Man a so funny that the judge the lawyers the jury men the reporters and spectators gave themselves up to prolonged Cachin inn. The court opened at it and re wed at 4 judge cells of on the i ton cd. Neilson i a thick set. Hrs we fared clean saved Knirk Erb it Cher looking Man of 00, with a wig turn Down shirt Collar and Black be Ktie. Tilton a counsel Are rejoiced at the trial of the Case before him. Should say after watching him All Dav listening to his Worda and noticing Bis on Legal Point that he is honestly inclined to the Tilton aide Bat a judge justly a far As his Light May go. A series of Legal Point came up Foi i judgment and he favored the Tilton aide in All of them. He won attentive Aud Alert All Day listening anxiously to every word from All thee umbel and trom each of the candidates for the jury and seemed to Realise the responsibility of Bis position. The court rom is Small capable of Bolding about five Bun tired people and it a packed All Day while Hundred crowded the corridors stairways and doors enable to gain admission. Your correspondent is at a table placed in the Vest Pari of the House. There is no doubt whatever that 1 lie sent lineup of the Spectator in the court i on the Tilton Side. Tai Appen in the attempt at applause and in the other expressions of satisfaction which occur whenever a Point is made in til tones favor. It it anything but a Bee Foer Audiface. Ladles Are hot admitted. The Root of Tho court and that part it the Wall behind the Bench is tree old. Above the head of the judge appears in Fresco the american aggie. The scale of Justice end the Boriga head of George Washington. Beecher did not show himself in to Cut Flat room during the Day there being no necessity for i appear Ait let. Aso ourt was about to open Tilton and Moulton tutored together by a aide door and mat their Way toward the lawyers table. Moulton is tace looked excited and be left a few ammo us not to Roturna during the Day. Tilton appeared am usual tall Large Aud hand it it to in figure and face Tho Well in to curls of Long Blondo hair c a null behind his ears Fin seemed perfectly Calm giving me the impression of a Elf Mil find Runau with an easy heart. A a As stared at by everybody in the he a As he looked round at Tho crowd at Ibe reporters at the lawyer Aud at the judge. He planted himself in a chair at the lawyers table beside by counsel in front of Tho judge. There tie remained All Lay being absent Only for a time during the Quot examination Oft jury Man. He watched the lace of every Nice Alve Enn Dziato for the jury intently Reading Oach of theril. I bold the array of Stroud ing counsel. Sorted at Opp Jive my of a Long Labio Lang the Bench be echers counsel face the judge and Beecher a with Hack to the Iuga. There i the into ask Pace and Small Strong he id of karts. To glitters like a Diamond and is a Sharp As a Lance. Next is Shearman quite abort with a shrewd Bright lawyers fee elect acted Bla Ltd haired Aud whisker on. Next to Tracy with compact had and vigorous and Nevero sex or Ensign. Next comes another of be echers counsel whose name to have forgotten round headed Bald and Bull Dogfish. Til tones counsel first is sex judge Fullerton who did nothing to Day. Next is sex judge Beach Large angry welled Gray Tia ired due looking and 50. Next b Ger x. Prior. A strange grou quo yet attractive lace whose Courtesy i never at fault. Next Morris n handsome Man of 40, evidently in Earnest. Every one of the lawyer on both sides took part in examining or Cross examining the jury candidates. There were Many Sharp spats Between the lawyers and very frequent displays of ill feeling during the Dav. The liveliest passage were Between Beach of the one Sid and a Art. End Tracy of the Oiler. Beach was excessively insolent to several of die jury men and particularly to the one he Stu Lull All the afternoon. Tilton against Beecher. Chano Esin to Jorv Edward Beecher in the court room a consultation new York Jan. 8 if possible a greater crowd than heretofore gathered to Day about the Coart room in which the Tilton Bencher trial la being Field Aud Iho services of d a Elmunt of police Scro required to enable the judge juror Aud counsel to gain an Entrance. Hie work of the Day was begun by the a Irmi for the plaintiff per Tori Alf challenging Austin Packard one of the jurors and he to retired. Michael Burin aged 57 and a builder to accepted. Or. A Cocker Hore Waid that at this Point he would not Iii Firpo Enny other Challenge hut a might do so before the fury Wah accepted. The defense excused Burns the last juror accepted us d John f. Taylor a Cork dealer took his place in Tbs jury Box. Or. Edward Teecher havin Genii red the court room took his heat of Side the counsel for his brother. Taylor made the twelfth juror and immediately a Long Rouault Tiou was held by the at each table. Alter a Long Conah station or. Karts said test the counsel agreed to excuse jurors Blunt and us orc. Cheater Carpenter a flour dealer and John Mcmunn a grocer were accepted in place of the excused jurors. The court then adn Mittore the usual caution to the jury and the cose was adjourned until monday. Be tora separating the jury was sworn to try the cause. He Arv to important narration he r but de bloodshed. A Iii Ito Jan. 5 the following official dispatch trom Gen. Sheridan was received Here late last night Hka Ivr Mil. Div. Of the my Zouki. To the Hon. W. W. Icel Insp Secretary of War Washington. . I have the Honor to Euh Mit the follow ing Isief report of affairs a they occurred hero in the organisation of the Fate legislature of Jaguar a 4,1875 i was not in Mainland of this Mutlu re department until u o clock at night the 4 a instant but i Lully ind Roe and am willing to be held responsible for the acts of the military a conservators let the Public peo upon bal Dav. During the few Days which i Quot was in the City prior to the 4th Day of january the general topic of conversation a the scene of Bio Dahe that was liable to occur on that Day and i repeatedly heard threats of the assassination of the governor and regrets expressed that he pm not killed on the 14th of Hep Teiber last and also threat of the assassination of the Republican members of the House in order to secure the election of a democratic speaker. I so know of Ibe kidnapping by the Bandit of or. Cousin one of Iho members elect of the leg suture. In order to preserve the peace and make tie state House hafe for the peace Abio Assembly of the legislature Geu. A tory upon the req Pitlon of the governor stationed troops in the Vicinity of the Bolding. Owing to these precautions the legislature Aoa emeled in Tho state House without any disturbance of the peace. At 12 Oclock or. Visors clerk of the last Honee of representative proceeded to Call the Roll As according to to Law be was empowered to do. One Hundred and two legally returned members answered to their Namee. Tia number 52 were republicans and so dem Crata. Before entering the Lloyce l. A. Wilt a i been Schlec of in a caucus As the Dou cratic nominee for speaker and Michael Hahn As the Republican nominee. Ulgere had not finished announcing the result when one of the members Rillen of Lafourche nominated l. A. Waltr for temporary speaker. Vigurs promptly declared the motion oot of order at that time when some one Pul the question and amid cheers on the democrats Side of the Bouse Wiltz dashed on to the Rostrum posted aside visors. I de the speakers chair and Gavel and cleared himself speaker. \ protest against this arbitrary Dot to tul awful proceeding was Iiron aptly i de by the members of the rna orly but Wilt paid no attention to the protect and on a motion from Atno one on the democratic aide of the House it a declared that one Trezevant was Aud elected cleric of the House. Traae to atones sprang Forward and occupied the clerks chair amid the will St confusion Over the whole Lio we. Mayor Illta then again on another nomination from the democratic hide of the House declared on Floyd elected arg ant at arts and ordered a certain number of ase stauts to be appointed Intel ally. A Large unt uber of men throughout the Hall who had been admitted on various pretexts a reporter and member Friend and turned Down Uta Lapel of to Weir coat upon which were pinned Blue if Bon badges on Shioli were printed in Gold letters Tho word ,-a.l»t3ot Margeane it Ariu a Aud the to test Hubly was in the j it it it Ion of a minority and Iho White league of had made Good its threat of seizing the House May of the assistant eur Glt tit being Weil known a Cap Tain of White i let one companies in i i City. Notwithstanding the Lii Educ sgt of this movement the leading Republic Gnu members bad not failed to protest to in and again a him get this revolutionary action of the minority hut All to no purple and Many of the Republican Inse Aud left the Bouse in body together with Iho clerk visors who Cin Ioil with Viiu the original Roll of Tho uni Iii As returned by the Secretary of slate. Trio excitement a a now Verv from the floor of the House i those persons who had been illegally enter and who had no Legal right to be there. W Hereupon the dem Crata Rune and Lett the House and the remaining members proceeded to effect an under the Laws in All this turmoil in which bloodshed was imminent the military pan behaved with great discretion. When Wilta the usurping Peake Rof the Hon a called for troop to prevent bloodshed they were Given him. Than the governor of the state Calif for a pome for the same purpose and to enforce the Law it was furnished also. Had this not be a done it is my belief that Tanix of bloodshed would have Quot ensued. Signed p. H. Sheridan lieutenant general. Republican caucüsk8. They Ark Hekli in Hoth Nkani i it a k Mem bar of of Token Raukk to in Dork the other would Izu fkr to wait. Waisnor Jan. 10.the Republic a senators yesterday held a Long caucus in which there was a general discussion on the order of Burness and the of urea be Cestary to be taken in affairs concerning the South especially in Louisiana. While some senators emphatically endorsed the president and general Herldan others preferred to await the forthcoming spernal Mes ago of the president relative to Louisiana affairs before expressing their opinions. It was Penen Tilv a drafted Howe or that it was the Daty of the got to protect right irrespective of the Damoris of the of Sising party. The object of the Caoua with upon Nousio line of policy Wirich would unite the republicans of both houses. This purpose will in the sub act of a a a it Hiru a meeting. The Republican of the a Louie held a caucus Nat or May night with or. Maynard chairman Anil or. Glockle of Secretary. Or. W hit of Alabama offered a Resolution Tor the appointment of a committee of seven ran pliers to drawl a general Bill with a View to secure the Rigby of Alum cd tires of the South. In his remark he referred to the alleged out rag and urged the Zitnuk Ellale Leo Leslly of action if they desired to be True to their proft Grisons a a republicans Aud friends of Ifim constitutional Liberty. Or. Dawes of mr»., mid that be was Dow Lou of Raifor Jig be requisite Relief and wanted some plan. I be presented As a Remoda Lor the out a on be Dpi Sosa of the 8 nth. My _ Cetana of penn., in the course 0f i remark approved of Jen it when Danes course. Or. Hyper a Louisiana said that the Nerew Ary Reed sop / was the it u related of the father of Gorgo Bancroft the historian who we an ardent admirer of Washington and who hated Jefferson with corresponding bitterness that when Washington died Tho Rev. Or. Bancroft was almost inconsolable. A Friend remonstrated with him and in endeavouring to console Bim said Washington w As a Good Man. And no doubt he Lias g in to heaven. It is not that which troubles me responded the eminent divine. Whai ism afraid of a that when they open the Gates of a Ven to admit Washington some of those miserable democrats will slip la to protect Ibe people of _ a who had twee enfranchised a an a pendent by the rep Uhlian party. Or. Wilson of ind., Dre ired an Guiou deut instructing the judiciary committee to report a Bill Lor a new election in Louisiana. Or. Butler of mans., spoke in Lavor of a Resolution justifying to president and justifying the act of Sheridan. Or. Hoar. Said that be intended to do 81s duty in spk6 0ttum Myrh of the Public e Republican pres. Hot Upp Ami that ind of Quot i1®, up pos a that Earty Wolt to of import far preside © knew tii6 president wan and Moor ing to confine his act fou strictly within the line of bin con Tinti it it nol duty. He fully sustained the president and Geu. Sheridan. Or. Blaine of mo., was Cal Lefi Tor but did not rep and. Or. Town mad of penn., it Leir a to Hoar or. Foster the chairman of the new Orlean sub committee who lad just Oliue into the halt but that gentleman made no re Pon let. Or. Want of Iii., said that he would not he bound by the action of a caucus that Hee Kontol to to what a nece4ary to preserve the Republican and protect All Ireci titans it a the Luious. The oreo thin for the of a committee of nine to of rain a with or. White proposition was agreed to when the caucus adjourned until to report of on Luisi ans affairs shall Law Mode and the president our a of that subject to Traua Init cd to Congress. Legislative summary. Friday frockkpik03hill intr Fri Uund. follow lug Hilts were Intro Aeed to repeal the existing Law Glinc Aid to railroads to protect Ibe Public from non Profe is Opiat Pya Einns to repeal the Laxter Law on a Leduc Ilou of Balales of state officers to create a judicial District in Hamilton county to incorporate cute containing i a inhabitants 10 increase the jurisdiction of jul tic sol Pace providing for the condemnation of certain Pablo lauds by the United state to restrict the Sale of deadly went min to minor fixing in form of Tho treat court in Ibe thirteenth i Hrict to Rega Lillo the ale of intoxicating liquors providing for the mortgaging of land of id fora and imbecile by guardians fixing the terms of court in the thirty fourth District limiting the number of fraud juror. Ocse the following Bills wore offered to Amend the assessment act to Amend the fee and scary Bill to secure certified copies of govern men fluid record of providing that the owners of sheep killing dogs be liable to damages defining the offence of drunk Tinea As a Max a Meitner fixing the fee of county clerk fixing Uil Aries of the general Assembly to make Isla Catlon of children for a certain time it Tnp in Ory Reading of in governors Mea age refer Core of t he different portions of the message to the appropriate committee Resolution passed to p Ini von Copie of Ibe Vuew i c Iii English and 1/<w la German Bill of acted to Szorad the act relating to the Public lab try providing for trial of criminal cases vittaut in creating the in arty ninth a Ahral District to Amend act providing Lorele Cioa of jul tree of place to a Divide general asst a of common schools Deal Nung Cut r4lnmlsdetumii-ors defining who shall Preh v Irine and surgery Fhyr san Long to Tho judiciary Rega Aung the Sale of intoxicating Drinko Rsie Rev Cintio for state purposes to Amend the criminal Coda a it a Golate criminal prosecution for trial by the of an attorn t # Omeed act for wow Nurul Ami Collie firm of taxes to appraise real a iat by irus teos. Adjourn my by great Ami the i thug »t»k9r dlr ctn the ser Faut a Armfie to provent in oreo of if my it or or other and everal exc Stitik a curs. In which uni Voland pistol Wen do it i a pin an a for a Lew to Niels it or Cine 1 Eil bloodshed would Hsue. At this i incisor Dupre a demo Crail Inezl it or from orly to Par ii moved a the military Power of the a Neil government be invoked to pc Ecru peace and that a committee la Ipoh enl he to wait on Gen or Trobriand the commanding officer of the United states troop at the state House and to request i Asl Tare in Clear Liq the lobby. The motion was adopted. A of five of which Dupre a Mido chairman a ent i wait upon Gen. De Trobriand and soon Roku Ruthd with that officer who a accompanied by two of i Sliff officers. A Geti. De Trobriand walk Down to the Pek Era desk loud App Hui a burst from the Doai socratic Side of the House. Gen. De Trobriand asked the acting sneaker if it a not Pohst Blo Lor him to pro Rve order without a pealing to him to or serve order As an United Stales officer. A it Oil z Aid that it was Sot whereupon Tho Gourd to pm to Ltd to the lobby and a Idres Iii a Lew words to the excited crowd Flack was at Oscr Utt Ofilio. Go Iho Molioue of dupn1, Wiltz thu in the name of the Geu Crai i combly Ltd the state of Lanui Otacar Gen. Do Troh nand Lor i inner Faience in Tali if of Law and order and the general withdrew. The Republican bad now generally withdrawn train the Hall and United in signing a petition to the governor stating their Grieve i a and Khu his Akl. Which Pei ton. In Mil by 52 legally returned members of the Bouse i in my Poha evasion. Immedi Foly Huhane quest to the a Tom of Wiltz in ejecting the clerk of the old Bou. Minien moved that two gentlemen from the Parish of Desoto one trom Winn one trom Bienville and one from la it Oria who bad not been returned by the returning Board be sworn in a members and they were at Cordingly worn in by Wiltz and took their act on the floor of the Ilomae. A motion was now magic that the House proceed with it tier Manint organization and accordingly the Roll was i ailed by Trezevant acting a Clrk and Wiltz win declared speaker and Trezevant t clerk of the House. Acting on the protest made by a majority of the Hotuj the governor now requested in commanding Gnu eral of the to Aid him in restoring order and enabling be legally rein rued member of t he Hon a to proceed i h us Orga Maxtion accords a to Siuw. This request a Rea Nablo and in accordance with the 1 a. Reme Liering Viva lev the terrible Massaer that took Plai a to this City on the assembling of the constitutional convention in 1ww at mechanics Institute Ami Hel Feving that the lives of Tho members of the legislature were or would be endangered in the Esse of in organization under to Law an Atte Preu. A Posso a Turni had with a request t iat care should is taken that no member of the legislature ret Uriu a by the re turning Board is Inezr Ellent health Ami spirit should to elected from the floor. Tai entire Book of Rovel Elfon on Cirl in military a a i error inc it duty us Day. Affairs in new Orleans. Unfounded reports hukiu1ian and Himiob manifk8to. New Orleans Jan. 9.unfounded report Are current that the military have order1 to arrest the leading White in a i is. I hop Wiltner and Gen. Sheridan a i an interview Tia evening upon to eur acct of the Oon Tiitson of at Feir in let in Iana. They felled to agree consequently the interview a a Long Aud Tomc Winil Stormy. The hiphop of plaque that in i Terii Nouy tie Kire the Longrehr Vional come Pittee wherein he stated that Thore was no Security he meant no be Crity under Tho court against theft Etc. Of a Blob to was speaking. The dip of Dibble manifesto furn hed to the associated pros and the City paper yesterday evening were Iron the a pub irn office. Its Narni spa Aranove in the rep a by lean to Day created bit Porteo. Tho Voner do father Ifo Ebin is the no Jet Mei Bodinat minister in a Marks. He resides in Jersey Tity and w ill 1» 100 years old the coming Jbv. Lee a one of s Herg Yinesu who attended fhe first general or Forence of american method Asfe Many of whom Wem younger and sting r than Horn taxi but who Long year ego left him behind. He and read the

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