's force, thirty were killed and thirty wounded; of Ogden
's force, twelve were killed and thirteen wounded. Guns, arms, and stores were captured, and a hundred prisoners remained in Ogden
At dusk the City Hall, with the whole town, except the State House
and Custom House, were in possession of the citizens.
At midnight, Kellogg
stole away from his apartments in the State House
, and sought a refuge in the Customs under the United States
Next morning Longstreet
surrendered the State House
, which was at once occupied by General Penn
Then peace returned.
Shops were opened and cars began to ply. The White movement was complete.
But such a change in New Orleans was fatal to the policy of President Grant
Election-day was nigh; and if Governor McEnery
sat in the State House
of New Orleans, the Republican
ticket would be lost in Louisiana
assured the President
that, with prompt support, the vote might yet be saved to the Republicans.
to crush the victorious citizens and restore the beaten scalawags to power.