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THE EUGENE C!T)f GUARD.
SATUKDAY. DEC. 3. 1S7G.
tCGK.VE C1TV. OREGON.
A Dark From Ilislorj.
Every intelligent citizen know that
tbo legal government in Louisiana
was counted out by fraud four years
ago. No fair minded Republican at
tempts to deny the fact, in face of the
refusal of the United States Senate to
admit any of Kellogg's Senators to
seats. Bnt in four years the popular
recollection of these events has grown
somewhat dim, and a brief outline of
thorn will give the people a clear idea
of the oirtrage, which, there are many
reasons to fear, will be attempted
again, in order to deprive Gov. Tilden
of the position to which he lias been
The Returning Board, of infamous
memory, was composed of the Gover
nor, the Lieut.-Governor, the Secreta
ry of Stato an J two Senators. In 1872
two of theso officials, having been re
moved by the Governor, formed a Re
turning Board of themselves, filled va
cancies, and proceeded to count the
ballots, which always remained in pos
session of tbo other and legal Board.
It was this count of ballots, which the
canvassers never saw, which declared
William Pitt Kellogg Governor of
Louisiana. And it is this same Gov
ernor who is now preparing, there is
every reason to believe, to uso the
samo ninchinery to count iu Ruther
ford B. Hayes. ' In 1872, just after the
election, Kellogg filed a complaint be
fore Judge Durcll that 10,000 persons
had been denied registration; that
from three to five thousand blacks had
been deprived of the right to vote.
that ballots enough to elect him had
not been counted ; tht the returns
were about to be destroyed, etc, etc
Durcll, who goes down to history as
"tbo drunken Judge," declared the
Kellogg Board legal, and enjoined
Mr. JIcEntry from making any claim
to tho oflice of Governor. Warmoth
checked this movement by approving
a law which had been passed at tho
last session of tho Legislature, but not
yet actod on, abolishing all existing
Boards of Canvassers and authorizing
the Governor to appoint a new one,
Ho approved tho law, and appointod
a returning Board. This under the
constitution of Louisiana, ho could lo
gaily do. This Returning Board can
vaisod tho votes actually cast, and do
clarod MoEnery elected Governor,
This was supposed to end tho mat
tor; but tho sarao night, though no op
plication for troops had been mnJo
Attorney General Williams tolegraph
ed to Marshal Packard that ho was to
enforce tho decrees of tho United
States Courts, and that Gen. Emory
would furnish "all necessary troops
for that purpose Tho samo official
by order of the Prcmdcnt, had refused
troops a fow months buforo, when
tboy wcro callod foi by tho Governor
and Legislature Duroll's "midnight
order" was now Issued, ordoring tho
Marshal to tako possession of the
State Houbo and prevent tho asscm
blago of tho McEncry Legislature.
Packard and other Kollogg officials
including tho latter' own counsel, af
tcrward testifiod that this was issuod
by Duroll on his motion and without
Of this order and tho othors, Sena
tors Carpeutcr, Anthony, Logan and
Alcorn, all Republicans, said, in their
report: "Viewed in any light, the
ordor and injunctions miulo and grant
ed by J udgo Durcll in this cause, are
most rcprcshensibly crronious in point
of law, and wholly void, for want of
jurisdiction; and your oomnuttoo must
express their sincere sorrow and hu
initiation that a Judge of tho United
States would have proceeded in such
a flagrant disregard of his duty, and
have so fur overstepped tho limits of
Fed oral jurisdiction."
Under Durell's order tho Kellogg
Returning Board declarod Kellogg's
majority to bo 18,801. This extract
from the testimony before tho Senato
Commiltco, shows how this accurate
majority was obtained:
Mr. Lynch. V took til the eriJrnce we
bad Miora at ; tad on knowledge of lot par
ishes nJ their political complexion, sod
then we decided.
Senator Carpenter. Yon estimated it.
then, upon the biii of what too thought tb
Toie ougni to nave tmo.
Mr. Lynch. Yes sir; that wu ja4 the fact,
and 1 think on the whole we were pretty
Mr. Lynch was a member of the
Keliogg Board, which' was called tho
Lynch Board, afler him.
Tbo "evidenco" was afterward found
to consist of newspaper articles, let
ters and several thousand affidavits,
discovered to have been all forged,
by negroes, that they had been denied
tho right to vote. This Board, which
declared Kellogg's majority to bo 18,-j
8C1, never had an official before ft,
and thb pretended accuracy was sheer,
impudent falsehood. Both Legisla
tures organized, and John McEoery
and 100 of the wealthiest citizens leh
egrapbed to Waahiagton that they
were about to come North to lay
their case before the President, and
prayed him not lo recognize either
government until he had heard them.
Williams, the Attorney General, sent
an insolent reply that the visit would
be "unavailing ; " that tho President'
decision is made and will not be
The Senate investigation followed,
and the report of the majority of the
Committee, signed by Senators Car
penter, Logan, Alcorn and Anthony,
concluded as follows :
" 'It is the opinion of your committee that
bat for tbeonjastfiable ioterferab.ee of Judge
Dare!!, whose . orders were executed by
United States troops, the canvass made by
the De Feiret Board, and promulgated by
the Governor, declaring McEoery to bare
been elected Governor, aad also declaring
who bad been elected to the Legislature,
would bare beeo acquiesced io by tbe peo--ple.
and that Government would bare enter
ed quietly upon the exercise of tbe sovereign
power or State. We bae already
wen that the proceedings of tbat Board (the
Kelli Ifeturoing Board) cnnot be sus
tained without disregarding ail tbe princi
ples of law applicable to the Subject, and ig
noring the distinction between food faith
and fraud. Considering all the facts
establiihd before your Committee, there
seems to be no escape from the alternative
tbat tbe McKnery Government must be rec
ognized by Congress, or Congress mast pro
vide for a new election."
The Senate, however, was still too
much Uuder the influence of President
Grant lo carry out tho recommenda
tion?, though they came from some of
his warmest friends. The Kellogg
Government was recognized, and the
crowning outrage if the century was
thus made complete. The Senate,
however, BtultitieJ itself by refusing
to admit either of Kellogg's Senators,
thereby acknowledging that its former
action was unjustifiable.
This is an accurate and impartial
history of tho Louisiana outrage. Is
there to bo another ? Do tho Repub
lican managers suppose that if Louis
iana has gono Dcmocratio tho Ameri
can people will permit the man who
was made Governor by such means to
count in by tho samo method a Presi
dent who has not been legally elect
ed? God forbid that they should
make tho attempt, for they do not
know tho awful storm that would
break upon their heads.
Ono fact in tho history of our coun
try to which tho Republican party
can "point with pride" is, that there
has not been a fair election held to
chooso a president since that parly has
been in power. In 180 4 tho army
and secession elected Lincoln ; in
18G8 tho army and "reconhtruction"
elected Grant. In 1872 tho army was
posted in the South to insure Grant's
re-election. In 187C the army was
again called on, to elect Hayes,
Fraud and forco havo been so long
used to advanco Republican interests
that that party seems to know no
other methods to insure success,
Kollogg was elected by the moral (?)
effect of soldiers, and now he essays
to elect a President with tho army
and his "Returning Board." Why
are those soldiers called U. S. troops?
Why not name them Radical Cam
paign Managers ? ,
Tho army M as sent South to elect
Hayes but tho peoplo voted Radi
calism, Grant and his' army, down,
Then somo moro army was sent to
"protect" tho returns ; which means,
to uphold frauds in South Car
olina, Louisiana and Florida. These
things being apparent and transpar
cut, tho trmy was ordered to Wash
ington to dragoon congress and force
publio opinion, and thereby compel
tho people to submit to its choice lor
President It takes two columns of
the ass. press dispatches to explain
that tho army is holding a Quaker
meeting in the capitol, and that it is
thero for I'kackabi.s pcri-oses 1
Gks. 0. O. Howard. The Boston
Globo of Nov, lt says : "The Gov
eminent has entered suits against
General O. 0. Howard as a defaulter
of funds entrusted to him in connec
tion with the Freedmcn's Bureau and
Howard University." Let the Y. M.
C. A. niaks a noto of this, as it may
create an unusual interest in his fu
It is singular that all tbe election
frauds aud contests occur where the
Republican party is in power, and
where Republican officials havo the
superintendence of registration, legis-
ation, and the returns of tbe votes!
Oh shame, whrra is thy hlntht
Tho situation in regard to tho Pres
idency remains unchanged. Hayes
will bo counted in and Tilden will be
For the second time in tbe history
of this country has tbe army of tbe
United Slates been used to defeat the
will of tbe people. First in Louisi
ana, and now in South Carolina. Last
Tuesday was the day fixed by law for
the 6onvening of the South Carolina
Legislature. On Monday night Gen.
Ruger arrived at Columbia aiii at 12
o'clock A. M. companies of United
States soldiers were marched into the
State House and the doors barred.
After tbe refusal of the troops tc ad
mit the delegations from Laurens and
Edgefield couattes the Democrats re
tired and in the evening organized at
Carolina ha'l, there being 61 Demo
crats and 2 Republicans. In the mean
time the Republican member, 69 in
nurabcr-Si negroes and 5 whites
organized and Chamberlain telegraph
ed to President Grant. It must be a
grand spectacle at any time lo see
troops take possession of the Capitol
of a State and at the orders of an ex
superintendent of the penitentiary ex
clude whom he pleases ; bat how much
more grand is it in this, our boasted
Centennial year I The English lan
guage is too feeble to express its
The Necro Democratic Vote.
Various ingenious Republican writers are
endeavoring to show tbat tbe number of Re
publican votes ougb' to bare been greater in
certain portions of tbe Southern States, be
cause tbe negro population is greater than
the reported Republican vote. Tbey assume
tbat tbe census reports tell us exactly what
i be Republican vote is. Tbeir error Is in
supposing tbat ',he negroes are nnaoimousl;
Republican. Tbe truth is, tbat tbe negro
Democratic vote is growitg every year. Tbe
negro is finding tbat bis interests are better
guarded by bis former aod present employ
ers than by carpet-big thieves, lie is Bod
ing out that the Southern whites are honest,
and mean to deal fairly with him. He Is
finding out that the carpet-baggers and the
general run of tbe Republican politicians in
the South are thieves. The Feedmar's Sav
ing Bank failure opened his eves, and the
frequent confiscation of colored men's prop
erty for taxes stolen by the carpet-bagger
has served to keep them open. Tbe spec
tacle of a poor negro man going about with
a subscription paper, asking for 8 mil I sums
to keep his little patch of ground from be
ing sold from under bim for taxes has been
a fun.ilinr one in South Carolina in the past
year. Tbe negroes know who levy these op
pressive taxes, aud who steal them, and, they
have ceased to be solid for tbe Republican
party. This is what the election of Wade
Hampton and the electoral vote for Tilden
mesa ia South Carolina, and what a Demo
cratio victory in Florida means. As for
Louisiuua, that has been Democratic for
four years, though It has been Counted Re
publican. So, when your Republican friend
talks negro census to you, tell bim that the
census was taken six years ago, and that
since that time the color line has been
broken, as it should he.
Gov. Tilden is the man of destiny. When
he was announced as a candidate for the
nomination for Governor, every politician
predicted that he would nover receive it
He got it by a two-thirds vote. Then tbey
predicted his doleat. He was elected by
over 50,000 majority. Then tbey predicted
that tbe delegrtioo from his own State
would not support him for the Presidency.
That delegation was unanimously instructed
for him, and unanimously voted for him. A
disastrous failure to receive tbe nomination
was the next prediction. lie was nominated
on the'second ballot by a two thirds Vote.
Then his overwhelming defeat was the next
i - n . l i ! .:.
promotion, lie receiveu a popular majority
of 400,000, and 03 electoral votes, and it
was not until twenty-four hours after that
the Republicans recovered their balance suf
ficiently to conceive the scheme of fraud they
are now maturing. Hut not even fraud,
backed by tbe whole force of the Adminis
tration, cm keep him out of the Presidency.
(lis opponents have invariably been brought
to naught before, aod they will be overthrown
The Rings were io favor of Gov. Hayes'
election before his defeat, and now tbey are
in favor of counting bim ia spite of it. Does
anyone suppose that there is not corrupt
organization In the country that is not anx
iously working and waiting for Gov. Hayes'
election by count, in tbe face of his defeat
by ballot f The Rings know that Gov. Til-
den's accession to the Presidency means po
litical death to tbem, and thty. having failed
to prevent it by (air means, will do their best
Xo party ever before io the history of this
country endeavored to hold on to the Gov
ernment when the people had given it notice
to quit A party of "moral ideas" ought to
bare nicer notions of the ownership of pro
This is an aoiioos time for tht defaulters
and thieve io the Government service,
whose crimes are yet andetected. Every one
of them is hoping and praying that the Re
turning Boards will count ia Governor
If Hayes had been elected, the
news would have been fl. shed around
the globe in forty-fight hours. But
as it is, it takes a month lo "doctor"
up the returns. j
Too Tins.-The dispatches oi the
29tb give the "official" vote of Flori
da. It is claimed that Hayes has a
majority of 38 votes, with one county
to bear from, which of course will not
change tbe result. It is very thin.
Will Accept. Some of the office
holders are very uneasy for fear
Hayes' honor will forbid his accept
ance under such glaring frauds. Don't
lose any sleep on tbat account. He
bas sbotrn already that be is devoid of
honor. Bat that don't matter. He
will not be inaugurated President
The army was sent South to pre
vent "intimidation" 'ostensibly) but
really to intimidate and according
lo telegraphic reports, where the most
troops were, there was most illegal
voting. 'If the army could not pre
vent intimidation and fraud, it is to
be hoped other means may be resort
ed to herafter.
Troop la Sosjth Carolina.
' Xo one was allowed to enter the State
House in Columbia o-ti the 28th no less on
pass from Jonv's, Clerk of the lare House, or
a man named Dennis. Ex-operinlendent of
tbe peciUotiary. The Democratic members
presented tbeir certificate! from tbe Supreme
Court, but were deoied admittance by tbe
corporal aod gaard, under order from
Dennis, who was standing by. 1 be Demo
cratic members of tbe House after gaining
admittance to tbe State House proceeded to
tbe door cf ibe House of Representative
with tbe delegation from Laurent and Edge
Geld counties at tbeir head, and demanded
admission oo tbe certificates of election
takeo from the records of the Supreme Court.
Six soldiers were ranged on eithe side of
the approach to the door with two officers in
the enter. Tbe certificates of tbe Edgefield
and Laurens delegates being presented were
decided invalid by doorkeepers, whereupon
the entire body of Democrat" -" "
Tbey assembled in front of '
from tbe steps ol. which t
test was read ia the prese
and citizens i
We, a majority of thi
Tou?e of Representatives
elect, protest agaiost tbe r
to the ball of KvDreseotativb.
against tbe military power oi
States barring the passage into uie state
House of members elect of the legislature.
We protest against the legality of tin pro
ceeding and especially against tbe army ol
tbe tniied States being placed lor tne pur
pose of ibis exclusion under the command of
one John B. Dennis, partisan of Gov. Cb Jtrl
berlaio. We protest against fluid Dennis'
instructions to tbe guard to admit no one to
the State House, except upon his own puss,
or a pass from A. O. Jones, former Clerk of
the House, who may thus exclude all except
his own partisans whereby thu Republican
programme is to organize said flouse. We
have presented oursolves with the judgmen'
of the highest court in South Carolina, cer
tified to by lis clerk with the great se .1 ot
the Supreme Court attached. As to our
right to participate in tbe organization of
said House, we are refused by orders of said
Dennis admission to said bull, except upon
his pass or the pass of (aid Jones, or the cer
tificate of H. K. Haynes, Secretary of State,
who is now under the condemnation of said
court for refusal to issue certificates in ac
cordance with its judgment and iiandate. Iu
protesting aguinst tins bureiaceu usurpation
this trampling on tbe laws and constitu
tion of the Stato ; this defiance of tbe high'
est tribunal oltbe Mate It is our purpose
to offer no resistance to (bis intervention bnt
to make our solemn appeal to the American
people without distinction ol party. Uur
veneration for law, our respect for the Su
pre me Court, and the usages of all legisla
tivefcssembages, forbid our participating It
snch unprecedented aud revolutionary pro
ceedings. Signed by ail the Democratic
members, C I in number.
The pork harvest will be very heavy lo
Kd CWt Is president of the Dallas board
Balance on hand lo the Dallas town
treasury is $11 90.
It is proposed to organize a society ol
Minnesotians at Astoria.
More bouses or fewer people is tho way
things stand now at Dallas.
Tht new flouring mill at Independence is
almost ready for wheat.
Tbe school at Harrisburg has an attend
ance of 100 scholars.
Both saw mills at Gardiner are running
on their lullest capacity.
Influenza has become an epidemic with
tbe Douglas county children.
But a small amount of the Polk county
tax bas thus far been paid.
A new church bell is to be bought by tbe
Dallas people, by subscription.
Joseph Reezley, of Lone Rock, Wasco
county, li st MiO sheep last wrek.
The first boat of tbe soason reached La
fayette on Tuesday ol last week.
The second term of the Rtrseburg Acade
my will begin on December the -lib.
A grist and saw tell I will soon be built by
subscription at Dora, Douglas county.
The woik of improving tbe Cascades will
be commenced about the 1st of December.
Twelve Independence men have gone to
investigate the Waco county :vr tyring.
The weaving room at the Orejron City
mills i to hv four new looms added to it.
Eddie Barnes, of Roseburg, fell from
fence on day last week and broke his shoul
der. Seven thousand six bnodred sacks of
wheat were shipped from Daytoa io ooe day
Six thousand share ot the Esther Mining
Company were (old in Rosebure on Wednes
Axoms, th sole saloon keeper at Dallas
ha succumbed to th bickerings of tb Polk
The SluUman continue to' agitate tbe
mbject of building a bridge aero th Wil
lamette at fcalem.
Th mail terrico between Rovburv and
rpir City the Coo Bay Rttord calls
IVed k Lon sent dowa 175 orr nine
lor oo tb Xoth Uoipaua for th mill at
Gardaer on day Usl week.
Tbe Beech mines, 1a Ooos county, show
Tb 0. S. X. Company will without delay
commence the construction of a large steam
er to take the place of tbe Daisy Aiosworth.
Mr. Hurlburt of Douglss county, raised 70
bushels of corn to the acre. One ear was
ten inches long with 26 rows of plump
Tbe Polk County Telegram bas been re
vived by Mr. and Mr. W. A. Wheeler, who
will change its oame to tbe Polk county
R. C. Kemp, of Dallas, got caogbt in a wa
ter wheel one day last week, and Would bavs
" gone the way of all flesh " bnt for timely
Col. White, chief clerk of tbe Lower
nouse of tbe late Legislature, bas completed
th copy of tbe laws aod journals for tbe
The State papers have been wrongfully
informed in reference to tbe condition of
tbe South Umpqna river. It has scarcely
been past fording yet.
Mr. David Busbey, of Douglas county,
bas about CO acres of a wheat field io which
the grain is at least two inches ia height
and growing finely.
Mr. R. Hurley, who is said to be one of
the best assayers in tbe S (ate, says there l
not tbe slightest trace of silver io tbe much
talked ol Wasco county ore.
The Indians camped near Dallas hare
most emphatically warned some of tbe
whites not to ,enter tbeir camp again, and
threaten to make it exceedingly hot for them
if tbey don't heed tbe warning.
The Pioneers of Sonthero Oregon or
ganized at Jacksonville last week. Perma
nent officers weae patio nomination and
elected, as follows : Jobn E. Ross, presi
dent ; Wo Hoffman, secretary ; U. S. Hay
Mr. anJ Mrs. W. A. Wbceler who have
takeo charge of the Polk county Telegram,
say : As to politics, we consider tbe po
litical pool too mudy for us to dabble in to
any great extent." Oh dear.
Tilden s official majority In Georgia is 85,
The Imprisoned board says it has the law
The Metcalf .
in St Louis show.
St. Louis Republican
Morrison for speaker of U
Gen. Grant has ordered, Oen. i.
South Carolina to sustain Gov '"
until otherwise direct"
en border, i
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will never occur.
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