Albert Deeters, Wittness for voting fraud
was also present. The parties to the cou - teet were also on hand with their conns - 1. Thirty - six witnesses, residing in the sixth firecinct of the Eleventh Ward, who had x - en summoned by contestant, were ex im - inttl. and testified to the following effect : T.J. Forbes Resides on St. Denis, between Washington and Sixth. Declined to say what ticket he voted. F. M. Ward, colored Resides on St. Denis, between Flnt and Second. Declined to ctate what ticket he voted. James Smith, resides corner of Second and St. Denis street. He voted for Mi - CieebaD. II. Pohlnian. Jr. resides at 3'7 Second rtreet. Voted the Independent ticket. Vot d for both Glover and McGeehau. C harles Trsub, J7 Fourth street, voted for MeGeehan. Joi n R. - tner. resides corner of Seventh and st. I'Htrick, voted for McGeehau. Edw. Schneider, resides corner of First and I - il erty. votd for McGeehau. Anthony Tennis, resides at 40 Second street, vrted a straight Democratic ti.ket, hliI f r MeGeehan. All it Deeters. resides on St. Denis, te tween Seventh and Eighth, voted for MeGeehan. MeGeehan. "baric J. Babek. reaides at r - G Washington Washington street, declined to state how be voted. John Goebel, resides at 36o Second street. Voted the Independent ticket, but for MeGeehan MeGeehan and Probst as Couneilmeti. L. A. Marmion, reaiaea at C f.'Si Dryadas street. Voted the straight Independent ticket. Fred Holm, resides at Sss Second street. Voted the Independent ticket, but for MeGeehan MeGeehan instead of Glover. Joen M. Goean. resides at 205 Washington street. Declined to say how he voted. Tbeo. Behme, resides on Sixth street, between between St. Patrick and 8t. David. Declined to state how ho voted. Henry Cordea, resides on Sixth street, between between St. Denis and St. Patrick. Don't know what ticket he voted. Antoine Mulledon. resides at 172 St. Ifc - ni. - t. Voted tho Democratic ticket, au 1 for MeGeehan. MeGeehan. Henry Strawbridge. resides on Howard stre et. letwcen Third and Second. Voted lor MeGeehan. Henry Davis, colored Lives at ml Fourth rect. Voted the Independent ticket. Clarence Jackson Lives at lvj St. Deui. Voted the Democratic ticket. G. W. Jones, colored Lives on St. I). - :iis, 1etwecn Washington and .ixth. Voted for Mc teeban. T. M. J. f'lark. colored - Lives ou Drra les. I.etwe n Wanliiutoii and Sixth. Voted for Mi - Geclmn. "lipid Wool rid ire. o - ol - I.i - rs on Dryades, 1m tween Tnird and Fourth. Votod tor Me - ( ;eehan. Y. H. Camp! - !!, colored Li ves corner of Fourth and ;as!. N oteii for Mefjeeh.m . t.arles J. ;!! y. colored - Lives at )' - Washington. Dt lined to say h.w he had voted. Ain - tcn Wliitlock k oI.i lives on Second. ! r we n Dr .oles at - il : Ieni - . Don't ku - what ticket he voted, but voted for M - - liec - hau. I - ctilS If. WiKiami col. li'cs at 170 St. Ix nis. Voted the Kep:ii.:ican ti. ket. Phil Packer icoi t livts con;, r Harmony ar.d St. David. Noted the - tral - ht lul - lend nt tu - ket. Jiires Jmi c co'.dn d Lives on Si vth. between between St. Patrick and Denis. Voted the Iiidej - cndcnt ticket, - ith McGeehau's name pasted on it. H. Mi ( onuick - Lives r - orner of Eighth anl St. Patrick. Voted the itrKU'bt Democratic Democratic ticket. Was caii a - sinir for this ticket all day. (iavr the keejers of the Independent Independent tables l apiece to pa. - t - Mrfieehan and Kait - er slips on the Indepeinlent tickets, ami the colored men voted them all day. Gave some voters Democratic tickets instead of Independents. Henry Miller Lives at 412 First street. Votcl the straight Democratic - ticket. Ernest Carroll IJves at 401 Second street. Voted the Independent ticket. Ernest Carroll, Jr. Ijves at 40s Second street. Voted the straight Independent ti ket. James Gleason Li ves corner Second and St. Letis. Voted the straight Democratic ticket. Phil Defrrer , live corner of Fourth and Frank lii . Voted the straight Democratic ticket. Wui. Gorman, resides at 571 Rampart Voted the Iemocrat!c ticket. Was a depu ty sheriff at the im1. and remained until the vctes were counted. One of the commissioners, commissioners, Mr. Bensel, left during the counting. counting. Did not see much drinking in the poll. The committee adjourned until Monday evening, at 6 o'clock, when more testimony will te taken.