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BUREAU OF STATISTICS.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT,

Bureau of Statistics, February 22, 1869. Sir: In compliance with section 11 of the act of August 26, 1842, I have the honor to forward herewith a list of all persons employed in this bureau during the year 1868, with the total time each person was so employed, and the amount paid to each for such service.

In further compliance with the provisions of that act, I would respectfully state, that I do not consider that all the persons named were usefully employed. I have already indicated the names of those whose services can be dispensed with to the advantage of the public service. Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

FRANCIS A. WALKER

Deputy Commissioner, in charge. Hon. Hugh McCULLOCH,

Secretary of the Treasury.

Statement showing the names of the employés of the Bureau of Statistics

during the year ended December 31, 1868, in what capacity employed, for what time, with the rate of compensation per annum, and the amount paid to each; prepared in compliance with the 11th section of the act of August 26, 1842.

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De W. Haines* ..............chief clerk.

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.... Ith class..... February 1 to December 31..... G. W. L. Kidwell.. .....3d class...... January 1 to January 31........

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.3d class... February 1 to October 27........ J. D. Gangewer............. 2d class..... January 1 to December 31...... L. F. Ward.

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....2d class...... February 1 to December 31..... John W. De Kraft ........1st class...... January 1 to January 31.......... Do......

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* Detailed in Secretary's office from August 21, 1868.
+ Detailed in Internal Revenue Bureau August, 1867.
Died September 23, 1868.
Leave without pay from July 1 to August 25, inclusive.
Resigned October 28, 1868.

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Israel D. Andrews..............do...... November 28 to December 31.. 1,200 00
John B. Chapmant............do...... December 1 to December 31.. 1, 200 00
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900 00 James T. Taylor ..........laborer..... January 1 to April 30........

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1,000 00 J. W. Clarkson...ass't messenger... November 1 to December 31... 840 00 C. C. Penntt.... ..........laborer..... January 1 to August 31........... 720 00 C. C. Tillman.........

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* Transferred from Third Auditor's office November 1. 1868.
+ Transferred from Secretary office.

Transferred, August 1, 1868, to Comptroller of Currency's office.
Detailed to Secretary's office June 11, 1868.
| Detailed to Secretary's office August 25, 1868.

Leave without pay 12 days in August and 10 in September.
** Leave without pay 21 days in September.
# Transferred to Third Auditor's office.

Transferred to Secretary's office August 27, 1868.
23 Died July 2, 1868.
1 Discharged July 9, 1868.

Detailed from Third Auditor's office.
*** Detailed from Secretary's office.
Att Detailed from Supervising Architect's office.
* Detailed from First Auditor's office.

3d Session. I

No. 95.

OUTRAGES IN VIRGINIA.

LETTER

FROM

THE SECRETARY OF WAR,

COMMUNICATING,

In compliance with the request of the Committee on Reconstruction, the report of Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Rose, U. S. A., relative to outrages in southwestern Virginia.

FEBRUARY 19, 1860.-Referred to the Conimittee on Reconstruction and ordered to be printed.

WAR DEPARTMENT, February 19, 1869. The Secretary of War has the honor to submit to the House of Representatives, in compliance with the request of the Committee on Reconstruction, the accompanying copy of the report of Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Rose, United States ariny, upon certain outrages committed in southwestern Virginia, together with a copy of the instructions of the commander of the first military district to that officer.

J. M. SCHOFIELD,

Secretary of War.

HEADQUARTERS POST OF MARION, VIRGINIA,

January 12, 1869. DEAR SIR: I have the honor to report that, in compliance with Special Orders No. 78, dated December 28, 1868, from headquarters sub-district of Lynchburg, Virginia, I proceeded to Lee county, Virginia, January 6, 1869.

I first visited the colored woman at Cain Creek, who was shot near Jonesville, Lee county, Virginia. From her I learned that on December 25, 1868, the colored people had a ball near Jonesville, Virginia, when a party of white men styling themselves Ku-Klux came into the house where the colored people were holding their ball, and deliberately fired their revolvers among them. One of the white men, named Wallace Woodward, placed his pistol close to this colored woman and shot her through the body, inflicting a dangerous and possibly a mortal wound. A warrant was issued for the arrest of Woodward by the civil authorities, but he is still at large.

I then proceeded to Mrs. Cains', on Powell's river, where I stopped to dine. Mrs. Cains is a rebel lady, but from her I learned that families of colored people had been passing ber house for several days, fleeing from Turkey Cove, going she knew not whither. She said her old servant, George, who had been on her plantation all his life, was packed up to leave as soon as the gang of Ku-Klux should come along.

I then proceeded to Turkey Cove, where I arrived at dark, and stopped at the house of Mr. Jonathan Richmond, expecting to stay there for the night. I was refused, because, they said, Mr. Richmond was very sick.

Upon inquiring of the people who came out of the house if there was not some trouble in this part of the country, a fellow by the name of Dan McCully, a refugee from Tennessee, who was stopping at Mr. Richmond's, answered no; that there had been some rows about an old nigger whore, that was all; but as I started off I was followed by a son of Mr. Richmond, who told me that that was not all, for the country was in perfect anarchy; that about two months ago a secret organization styled Ku-Klux had been started up at the seminary, and that the members thereof had commenced driving off all the negroes. His father he said had tried to protect his negroes, when the Ku-Klux turned on him, drove off his tenants, white and black, and threatened his and his son's life.

I then proceeded farther up the Cove and tried at several places to get lodgings, but was refused, until I finally reined up, long after dark, at the house of Captain Phil. Slemp, an ex-rebel officer, where I was received with great hospitality

In conversation with Mr. Slemp at supper he corroborated the statement of young Richmond, and said that he himself was under the ban of the Ku-Klux for the same cause that Mr. Richmond was; he also said that he expected an attack nightly, as they had already fired into the houses of several citizens and beaten several others unmercifully, &c.

The next day I summoned all the magistrates in Turkey Cove together and inquired of them about the condition of affairs. They fully corroborated the statements of young Richmond and Mr. Slemp, but stated, as also did Mr. Slemp, that all the good citizens of the Cove were opposed to the course pursued by the Ku-Klux.

I asked the magistrates what they had done to prevent this state of affairs. They answered that they had done nothing, because they did not know who the parties were who had committed these lawless acts, as they did everything after night. I asked them why they did not find out who committed these lawless deeds. These feeble-minded gentlemen said they were afraid to make a move for fear of their lives, and seemed astonished that I should ask such a question. I asked them why they did not summon their neighbors to assist them; they said they did not know whom to rely upon, because so many belonged to the Ku-Klux. I then asked each one separately if he did not know of a single man on whom to rely. After much hesitation on their part, and much iinpatience on mine, they answered in the affirmative. I again asked each of them if he did not know of two men on whom to rely, which each in like manner answered in the affirmative. I finally asked each of them if he did not know of three men besides himself on whom to rely, and receiving an affirmative answer, ordered each to name them, and then called their attention to the fact that that was 28 men, which was enough to do the whole work required. I also issued the order that they should summon these men and ferret out and arrest all persons who had been guilty of shooting and beating negroes and firing into the houses of citizens, and confine them in the Lee county jail to await the action of the military commissioner. Also to arrest all persons, except travellers, found carry. ing guns, pistols, and weapons of any kind, and confine them in the Lee county jail to await the action of the military commissioner.

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