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Kokomo Saturday Tribune (Newspaper) - August 7, 1880, Kokomo, Indiana Kokomo saturday Tribune Republican journal. Vol. 28.Kokomo, ind. Saturday August 7, 1880. No. 43. Second edition sat inlay Arij Wiist 7, i ovum a M. Hancock a brutality. More testimony showing his brutal treatment of soldiers. He a Birse Ltd them and not Only Insixi Tinl them hut their bottlers also. without an enemy in our front. It is useless to attempt Tosh Iehl Hancock or excuse the insult i he 4th Ohio was not the Only regi ment that was subjected to his vile abuse on that and Many other occasions but the Brave men cursed inwardly and damned themselves that 01.10, Wywial a it la Lati Quot Ltd Rii it i not Deal with him As they intr of. Would with the enemy. The democratic press Are moving i does not the thought suggest itself around at a Lively Pace in their in i Reader that it would have been Deavors to refute tile evidence of Jerry i Bent r that rebid Earth was now Vard formerly a Reni bar of the 4th covering his body than let him fill the Ohio Volunteer infantry who told the chair so honestly ably and faithfully Story of Hancock a brutality to a occupied by a honest Al get Lincoln portent that the command should Cross the next president. The Stream in a hurry so As to form a i Jun it Tion or perhaps to meet the enemy. Or. Mccarter replied to this interrogation a no sir. There we As no cause for j even Ordinary cursing we were 1 the general 31akts lakh it Iii edit six be a the Doxey Bonds. Gen. Garfield a reception in new York last night. The City Council orders the treasurer to pay them. To the a a gov ill the reception and serenade which we As tendered in new York City last night to Gen. Garfield was a magnificent Success. A vast crowd. Numbering at least 25,000 people greeted him. When the general appeared to review the procession of the a boys in blues the enthusiasm we As unbounded. When the cheers had died away Gen. Gar the Council met in special session on last tuesday evening with All the j members present except Gillis. The object of the meeting was to consider a a proposition from Nathan Powell of Richmond ind., who holds $5,000 Worth of City Bonds who Proi it used to surrender them to the Civ at their face value w Ith the accrued interest. On the motion of or. Voiles the vote by which the treasurer was instructed not to pay the interest or principal of these Bonds was recon Sid Field spoke As follow s join Rhodi a of the toys in , Svilow ered when or. Armstrong offered the another lie nailed. I editors Tribune a i see that the editors of the dispatch have placed at the head of their editorial Page in italics a quotation before we hich Thev say a judge Doolittle in 1s79. Held As Fob i lows concerning the Degolyer paving a the Effort Here is to give the impression that the Case referred to. Burke is. Child was irid before judge Doolittle and that the quotation i referred to we As a part of his tic vision now in my opinion the dispatched a tors vill barn when they come Lei i contemplate the results of this Campaign that the intelligent voter of Howard county cannot be deceived by mis representations. The democratic lie. Amuri ement notes. W. H. Leake goes to Australia the i coming season to play in a my Pawner i Jolin Habberton has written a con Edy drama anti led a cd eau it a Crank a re Velati i it air now ,.ms the Interior of ail the it adding Philadelphia Heaters. There will be to c Sioux Indi ins at itch Edothe Buffalo Bill troupe season. I among the Many attractions at the opera House the coming will be the Berger family. Reporter of a Vav Estern paper published where or. Ward now resides. Any Effort however in that connection will prove to be without Avail d hat Gen. Hancock did use the insulting Lan land judge to the 41b Ohio As charged by or. Ward is use Prible of proof and your correspondent has several names of men who were present when the said language was used and will make affidavit to the same if requested. In an interview with or. Robert d Mccarter of this City and who was a member of company a 4th Ohio at the time refer etl to. I asked him if there was not some mistake in wards statement. He replied a no sir. Every word Itiat Jerry Ward says is As True As the gospel. But he does not Tell the whole companies a and c were in the Advance Wien we reached the Stream not far from Warrenton a. We had hailed at the Stream waiting for the Pontoon wagons to come up As the Stream he will hear november. From the 4th Ohio in a comparison. Too High to Ford unless the men we add above their hips and there did not appear to be any necessity for that As w e were not expecting a fight and there had been no evident hurry on the difference Between Garfield and Hancock. Cleve Hihl 1�?~tuhr. Gen. Garfield was the son of a poor Willow. Gen. Hancock was born of wealthy parents. Gen Garfield was a canal Driver in his youth Gen Hancock was a West Pointer. Gen. Garfield educated himself at his own expense. Gen Hancock was educated at the exit use of the National Treasury. Gen. Garfield studied political Economy. Gen. Hancock studied the manual of arms. Gen Garfield volunteered to fight for the cause of the Union Gen. Hancock being in the regular was j army was compelled to fight or resign Yew Vork i pm riot la kit a Follini incr a anti out Veta Runk in Wing Resolution. That Hava Iii Rcpt to it. In a la Feri to Ilia Wal Cinns from a a or Ooin Rade who or a Apt Ken. Wit Hoot ram Arnht rink How Are ill tiling it in to ii Ltd in this la a lord and he a part of it. Appi this la new York. Aril yonder inward the Battery More than a Hundred years Aero. A Yonner Stull it of o Lurn Bla a Ollife was ars Fuin the ideas of he american revolution and Arn Eriean Union against unania Elican loyalty a to the Idun Piroh Rex novt it that we accept or. I Owells prop Osi inn Aud that the City treasurer he and is Here he ins Truetell to pay the Salt Loxey bunds and coupons upon their presentation a it him tie sum total principal and interest Bein ? 15.500. Which was adopted All voting Aye except or. Cole and then the Council adjourned a narrow escape. On monday morning last a Well to do Farmer of this county whose name in disgrace Jen. Garfield had an Independent military command and won an important Battle. Gen. Hancock never had an inde the March. Soon Afier we had baked put ent command and never won a Gen Hancock Rode up on his horse and demanded of his officer in command Why he had hailed. The officer replied that the Stream was too deep to Wade and they were waiting for the Pontoon wagons which would soon be up. Gen. Hancock at once burst out in a rage of passion and heaping abuse upon the officers and men said a make the god do sons of swim it then if it is too deep to .4 Ade a a reporter�?�?T3id Hancock really say that ? a a yes sir. I was bul about Twenty feel from him and heard it and so did every Man of the Advance and i Tell you it made our blood boil and the Only thing i wonder at is that he was Bailie. Gen. Garfield is a Ripe statesman of 22 years experience. Gen. Hancock is 3 professional Soldier or according to Ike democratic vocabulary during lha War a a hire not shot dead on the j the pauper labor pm Europe As against reporter have you met any of the i our own labor old boys since Hancock a nomination i Gen. Garfield is for protecting All and what do they say about it t do i citizens in the right to vote for whom they remember the circumstance i Ever they please. It in. they remember it do j Gen. Hancock favors allowing rebel you think that men will Ever forget or shot gunners to be judges As to who forgive such an insult to the women shall vote and who shall not vote that gave them birth no sir never vide his action in . And i have met Over a score of the Gen. Garfield believes our country boys and without making any com i to be a nation with a big n. Ments or referring to the circumstance Gen. Hancock believes our country have always greeted them in this Way to be a federation of slates each spell a Well. I see the democracy have put de with a big s. R in.4 i Fiose ski Diersh g Henry at aum Conri of Xen Garfield is a hard Money Mart. Whom he wild Gen. Hancock is ? ? 1 Gen. Garfield favored and fought for resumption Gen. Hancock on the question of resumption was ? ? Gen. Garfield favors pm citing Home labor As against the Pic super labor of Europe. Gen. Hancock stand in the Cincin _ Natl Pla lorm which favors protecting Feher a to Fli it the rattles of his Donn try or Heers and while in Camp. Before he was 21 a cars old upon a drumhead he wrote the letter w Holch contained every Erm to it of the Constitution of the United stats. J applause Liat student Soldier statesman Ami i real Leader a f Ali Ouight. Alexander Hamilton of new York made tills Republic glorious try his think inf. And left his lasting impress upon new York tile Foremost state of Hie Union applause and Here on this Island the see Neofis Early triumphs w e father to Puichl the soldiers of a new War repro sent Lii ? the same ideas of Union and Kiors. And a it id info to the column of the Monument that Hamilton Ami Wasl a Norton Anil tie lie roes of tile revolute Ltd reared Ilen Clemeti ideas outlive men. Ideas outlive All things and you Olio fou it in the War for the in Ion fou Siht for immortal ideas Atul by Ali eur might you crowned our War with Victory. Weare not at Liberty to mention called but Victory was Worth not him sex. I i. A. A cent for the fruits that were under it at the e first National Bank in this City in it and Al it Ove it and we meet to Niht As i r a veterans and comrades to stand sacred Uard of requested a loan of $00 Lor a p., Karoumi the Truikis for which we i Rod of Twenty Days. His request was loll ? and prolonged end while w e have life to meet and grasp the hand of a comr Itle. Vre will stand by the Reat truths of t he War. Of a a it 1<km1, Good a Aud loud cheers. A comrades among the convictions of that War which live sunk deep in our hearts there Are some Liat we can never forget. To link of tile great elevating spirit of the War itself. W e Galtiere Ltd boys from All our farms and shops and stores and schools Ami Homes a from All Over tile Republic but they went Forth unknown to tame but returned enrolled on the roster of immortal heroes. Fur eat apt>1ause.l they went in Hie spirit we Kukeas. Natan 1�?~owell, of Al Cemond India ii. Liolis Bonds Ega Insi the cite of Kokomo amounting to s5 too with s500 a Cru ii , said Bonds being Tine August i lhh4. Aud bearing to per cent Peran Nam Ami my a Kukeas there Are Suth Clen in no to lathe City Treasury to pay f it Saial it i it ads on Lii Eli Sld funds the City does not and cannot real suit new to Klarfe quoted by the dispatch the the which is ?300 less to la an Ali Ezroj Emily Thornton Harles is engaged of which i the quotation in the dispatch. N writing a drama Lor kit Carson. Jr., is a part and modification is that a scout and actor. Certain suit in the is. Child As a pealed from Illinois to the supreme Tourt in which the Degolyer pavement was involved and in deciding the Justice Sway be uttered the Lan its of his College president and , Ami by and by he went info the Patriot surrender said Bonds at their face and accrue Orv made out Wholer nth army w As placed on the staff of u Ashin ton j de interest which i is ?300 to la an Llie prop i position recently rejected by the Council editors of the dispatch know this and therefore. Acceded to and a note for that amount was filled out and handed him to sign together with two endorsers. When i the note was handed him he asked for a pen arid after signing the note re turned it to or. Russell president of the Bank informing the latter that he a wanted the Money at once As he had to pay a person who was for he to Day taut Sheds his blood with going train and that he i seek by changing tile Story somewhat to impose the falsehood upon their readers. The suit referred to we As tried by Justice Swayne and not by or Doolittle As the dispatch intimates. Hon. James r. Doo Litile of Chicago. I was an attorney in the Case and Bas recently written a letter to the Chicago t times in which he quoted was never used by Justice Swayne but is an extract from the i lawyers Brief. This lie was Ingeni i Ousby constructed and the dispatch \ adroitly gives a modified version of it. But judge Doolittle a letter ends its Short career. Republican. Would have the endorsers come in during the Day and sign the note. His manner and action indicated that he was Labouring under considerable sex Ciment and or. Russell was at a loss to account for it he however paid him the Money and when he left the the court House insurance. To the Eli it is of the a Yijune two weeks ago the dispatch of this City contained a item to the effect that the county commissioners paid $1,013.27 for insurance on the court House and commenting the editors remarked that this was a pretty Large Sam to pay for insurance in one year. The dispatch did not state the amount of insurance the county obtained for this amount of Money and they entirely misrepresent the facets when they leave the impression that this insurance is Only for one year. I John Dillon vill a it Pear next n a comedy a it lapsed from the German and entitled. A the electric Milton Nobles comedy company have arranged to appear Here the coming season. They open season at he Verlys a Niblo theatre in new York August 16. The Minnie Wallace combination has died for want of patronage and they will have to foot it from Wisconsin to their respective Homes. Its decease will be mourned by none. A theatrical advertisement in the Leadville reads As follows i a uninterrupted Success appearance says the language of sixteen Beautiful blondes scale of prices to the near sighted one Dollar. At an Altitude fifty cents. To the far off. Twenty five cents. Bahi heated association seventy five cents among the personal effects which Sara Bernhardt the French actress will bring with her to this country vill be the famous Skeleton of her bed room. It has a Peculiar history. It is the Skeleton of a Young station officer who committed suicide on account of disappointment in love. This anatomical souvenir was present etl by the dead Many a Friend or. Pozzo to Sara who has a religious regard for it. At the Central House Corner a Well dressed Man joined the party referred to and they walked Down towards the circus ground. Or Russell overtook them at the main Street Bridge. The missioners did pay $833.33 insurance on the court House and for this dispatch represented. Farmer seemed surprised to see him of two percent for five years insurance a a it our old commander in nomination How do you like it a they would say a have you forgotten How Hancock cursed us and insulted not Only us but our mother., at that Stream if Gen. Garfield believes the state government to be subject to the National government. Gen. Hancock believes the National government to be subject to the state you think i will vote for him you will government vide his order no. 40 in be greatly or. Mccarter Louisiana. Said to me a i do not want you to Gen. Garfield favors submission to take my word for this. But go to Dela the Laws and is opposed to a state of Ware. Cardington Marion and other anarchy. Places where the two companies we Ere Gen. Hancock is on record As hav raise to and see what they have to say Fng favored mexican zing our govern see of they done to remember it. Now Mentz vide his offer to support Tilden there is the orderly sergeant of com Vith the troops under his command if Pany a George w. Cruikshank who he would Only have himself sworn in lives at Delaware he was present. I As president. Was talking we Ith him on saturday. Gen. Garfield has a great record As a he is a red hot Democrat and was statesman on ail subjects connected one of two in our company that voted i with the science of government. For Vallandigham. Well what does he say ? the Only difference Between the sergeant and wards statement is about the Stream reporter Well his memory is Clear As to the language used by Hancock. Or. Mccartery of yes and he says that he wondered at Hancock getting away alive As four men Drew their guns to shoot him and would have done so if he had not moved off just As he did and i think it would have been so with him if he repealed the language again. I met several others of the old 4th last week who said they had passed Down the Stream so As to Cross Over on a Bridge which some were doing when they we Ere hailed by Hancock who began a tirade of abuse closing Rush my brother be he never so vile Day shall gentle his Ami did gentle the cond bion and elevate the heart of every working Soldier woo fought in it. Applause Aud lie Liall be our brother forevermore one thing we Well remember we Well remember our allies who Tou tit with us. Soon Atter the great slug Gle began we looked Behlme the army of j we bite rebels and saw -1,000,000 of Black people condemned to toil is slaves for our by or. Russell. The fans Are As follows the com spirit of Liberty and that they were our friends. Applause we have seen White men betray the Flag Aud tight to kill tile Union but in All that Long dreary War we never saw traitors in a Lack skin. Great cheers our prisoners escaping from the starvation of Hie prison tree ing to our lines i Gay the Ligpit of the North Star never feared to enter a Black Many a Cabin and ask for bread. I Ltd a Good that s so and loud Climers in All that period of suffering and danger no Union Soldier was Ever betrayed by a Black Man or woman applause and now Liat we have malt be them citizens for so Long As we live we will stand by those Black citizens. Renewed applause we will stand by Liviem until Hie Sun of Liberty fixed in the firmament of our Constitution shall Shine Wither dual rays upon every Man Black or Wiite throughout the Union. Ulie ers. I now fellow citizens and fellow i soldiers in this there is All the Beneficence of eternal Justice and by this we will stand forever. Great applause the great poet has said that in individual life a we Rise on stepping stones of our dead selves to higher things a and Hie Republic rises on Hie Ghi rious achievements of its dead and living heroes to a higher and nobler National life. We must stand guard Over our past As soldiers and As patriots and Over our country As Hie common heritage of us All. I thank you fellow cite Zens for this magnificent demonstration. In so far As i represent in my heart Ana life the great bloc Trines for we Iii you fought i accept this demonstration As a tribute to my representative character. Hie strength of your bands in the Fervour of your hearts in the firmness of 5�?Tour Lathi in All that be tokens the greatness of manhood and nobleness of Char Acier the Republic finds its Security and glory. Applause i do not enter upon controverted questions Hie times the place and the situation forbid it. I respect Hie traditions Hiat require me to another dispatch lie nailed. The panic widens Day by Day and there is no use trying to stay it. Now come two Hancock re it Ruita from Terre haute . E. I it. I Seldomridge ii publican candidate for the legislature from Vigo county two years ago. And a. B. Felsenthal a Brill Hal Young he publican attorney of Terre haute. It re to lures no political drag net to bag plenty of game this Hix Mitch. In reply to this statement the Terre haute courier this morning of says to show How much truth there is in the Zubov a statement we state that or. Heh Lorn sum they obtained a line of $41,666 66 i in in a Iii orig i writer the i ,., Al a a he publican newspaper and Only last for ave years instead of one As the this is a rate wednesday night made a sound he publican speech in Hugar a reek township. Or. Felsen but the w. D. In. Skipped. Inquiry elicited the fact that the old Man fully intended to invest his $500 on the old three card Monte pame As he informed or. Russell a that lie was sure he could pick out the rih card because it had a speck upon a moments conversation with or. Russell satisfied him that he could not and he at once and men s Republican and As the court House has a Furnace �?z�?z.,�?zber� of the and boiler in the basement and is a club. Very High strut Ture and in danger of this shows to what extremes the Tjw i in addition to this ail the policies con j the country Are driven in order to sustain the lightning clause giving pro j lain their cause. They know that the the Tion from lightning whether fir Southern rebels will give their Candi i ensues or not. Another thing every g Cleoral votes and to carry agent in town was interested in get Ting a share of this insuring and the Indiana and new York they have to returned to the Bank paid the a result was a Lively Competition and resort to the most wilful and deliver Back got his note and at once left for a he lowest possible rate was thus ob-1 ate falsehoods to keep the better class tamed. The additional $16996 was Home. It is surmised that he gave the insurance on the buildings at a Monte men All the surplus Cash he the poor farm but i am not posted As had when he first came to town and to rate or terms. The books of the different agents in this City vill show that. Liat i state is True and Why the dispatch should try to create the in had become so infatuated with the game that he would have contributed 5 More had it not been for the Vigi j pression that something was crooked Lance of or. Russell. About this insurance is More than i can Tell although i am an married. I insurance agent. Up his remarks with the following Ian-1 rebels having control of our govern Guage a a that Bridge is made for the ment. Gen. Hancock a Only claim to statesmanship is in his Louisiana letter Supi Nely allowing the sex rebels to crush out the Union republicans and Intro j us. I thank you for the Ken net and de thunia Ltd Duce the shot gun your greeting. Tre Nondous cheering j Gen. Garfield is an Independent i Man and will be governed by what he i Horace Weaver alias a a kids was believes to be right or for the Best in committed to the county jail on Mon Lerest of the country vide his congressional career. Gen. Hancock if elected will be As potters Clay in the hands of those who once tried to destroy our government a a vide his order no. 40. In Louisiana. Gen. Garfield is a Plain matter of fact statesman Gen. Hancock looks we Ell in his uniform on horseback. Gen. Garfield is opposed to the sex even j log August 4lh, 18s0. Al the residence of the brides parents near Indianapolis f. M. The executive committee of the old speak Only of i Spraker Quot of �?Tihiv"vouaiy7n miss Mary settlers organization of Howard Miall. Again i or nth. A or Spraker is a graduate of Bloom a a Quot i Cass counties met University and has recently a and elected the Fol of democrats from a kicking out of the misrepresenting and distorting facts never accomplished anything yet and the dispatch will ascertain this a 5t when the Verdi 5t of the people is rendered in 0<itober and november which will show that Porter is elected in Indiana and that Garfield and Aithur have carried every Northern state. Day last by Esquire Bohan upon a charge of grand larceny. To be consistent judge Overman should now release a a kids upon his own recognizance. Leseuer and Henry who were released from the jail on their own recognizance were foreigners. As a a kids Weaver is a resident of this City judge Overman should favor him a Little More than he did the other Ras in ton been selected As principal in one of the Public schools at Logansport where the Happy couple will reside. The Bride is an intelligent and cultured on saturday last and elected the lowing officers for the ensuing year president e. Humrickhouse Secretary. Geo. 1. Reed treasurer s. Perry. All these gentlemen Are from Miami county. The following persons were the Wabash Plain dealer of yesterday in their report of the grand Union picnic of the coloured people which was held at Wabash on last tuesday has the following notice of or. J. A. Braboy of this City a the next speaker was j. A. Braboy of Kokomo who made an Elo Young lady and has been a teacher in j executive committee quem address on the future of theol in i. A it a. Tott Etc _ _ a it i the Indianapolis schools. The Tribune extends congratulations. the residence i Yaren in this City on August j Campbell and Joshua Garrett of Cass this makes 531 couple that father county. De. Truax and James i. Martindale of Howard county Samuel and David of the bar Tevar a in this City on August Workman of Miami county and John isl Isho by Rev. Father Burn Walter h. Garrigus and miss Alice Beard artillery to Cross on and is not to be used by you you god did sons of or. Mccarter further said that there was probably forty of the old 41b now living who were in the Adit Aiice that Day and will remember every word Gen. Hancock favors allowing the confederates having full control of the government after they had once tried to destroy it. We have now shown the difference Between the two presidential candidates and we invite All thoughtful ored Man. He said the coloured citizens of this country despised Hancock and English because they represented a dangerous party and Only by supporting the Republican ticket can the future of the Black Man be assured. This party has always been our Best Friend and we owe it a duty to ourselves and to our god to support general cheers and cries of amen. Cals in not Only releasing him from Rayburn has joined together in mar a former Kokomo Man in trouble the jail but he should also offer i to housekeeping \ yesterday afternoon William. Tom., of i. Any partiality is shown a Home Talent by the Success possible. City but who now resides in Frankfort should be recognized get and fatally wounded John Wyant on yesterday about eighty friends Landers accepts. At that place. Wyant was a Farmer and relatives gathered at the residence on yesterday or. A. A Grant re a of Frank Gardley. A son in Law of. U. A Don it tuesday eyeing a meeting. On yesterday or. A. In. Grant re j3 Michigantown. Of Frank Gardley _ addressed them by Hancock. I have the foregoing and pen-1 was held in the court House Yard that Leite from Frank grew out of a quarrel Robert Long in Clay township to cel met probably ten in the last two weeks. Simil character to the Sand Landers accepting the invitation a Dollar s differ berate his 30th birthday anniversary of quote statement be a Merwise than to vote for he proves Klee i Aitor do flu sols i a dered him by the agric ural As under the i a most enjoyable Day was spent and a said he a there is Andy Anderson. Clonal statesman As against the proves it Wawn Socia Tion of this county to be present Lor Merle lieutenant who is now trav signal Soldier know nothing cling fora Large House in Cleveland a a 7,. And lives in Delaware. I had a talk Republican meeting at Poplar were made for John a Kern and he delivered a very Brief address. Several others pattern pied to make speeches i u i a a among them Henry b. Havens bul with him and he says he remember Grove on last might was a splendid they Tere promptly squelched. From die circumstances and will take an affix affair. Fully 400 people were present i the actions of two or three democratic Davit to the same if so speeches were made by j. F. Vaile members of the democratic Central having seen service and thinking judge k. R. Linsday and others. The that there was some mitigating Cir-1 Ervin coloured band furnished the cum stances. I asked if it were not in a oui sic. Committee who were present it seemed that the meeting had been called in the interest of the democratic party. At their next fair Indianapolis aug. 4, 1880. A. N. Grant Esq. A retard Kokomo Luduina. Dear sir in answer to your favor of 29th ult., i will say that i know no reason Why i cannot be with you at the Lime named. You May therefore expect me. Very truly Yotter Franlin Landers. Influence of liquor when the shooting Fine dinner served there being about i occurred. After the shooting Rickard Twenty varieties of cake. The trib ran away and hid himself in a cellar j Une boys can testify to the excellence under the dry goods House of the cakes a Fine assortment of j Barnes amp co., and remained there two which was received from a Trolan a of i hours before he was discovered by \ Shiloh one of the guests and for i the officers after which he was taken which be hungry comps were most to the county jail. Thankful

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