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Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - February 17, 1892, Fort Wayne, IndianaEstablished Volt me Lix a l Mukk 11. My politics l muh of f he had lit i a supported by the republicans of North and try Ivan Lii i id ministrations As he should have Bieu Virginia would be n Republican state today. Louisiana could be placed in t i publican column where Sho bar Lum. Man 111 be placed there in Lisa Warmouth the collector of the port of sew Orleans and his sub Ordin utes Are. Permitted to persist in their efforts to disrupt and de feat the Reptik in i t lit follow ing of or Warni Outh very Small but the pres 1 the Vii state because the coloured peo ple who constitute virtually the Republican Narv in Louisiana regard the action of the president As significant we Trust the president will Yel mkt Uch action us Ivill enable the claim thai state. The president stated to me yesterday that he far As the Federal officers were against they would support n ticket put in Trio Field by the Warmouth faction were. Unfounded vet or. Warmouth in i published interview says the. Arlen in t ration will support the ticket which he intends placing in the sold and it 11 do. One tiling is certain that m r in o n i Dent of other states of the United e of Type Plo of Loi c 1 in 1 r o the if not it 1 1 up Sidcot of Loui h t that i ? i i the ii n in f to i e be t an i to f it to be r n t be l to f 1 r ipod t ii to 1 i not be no o e in to. Ami it is believed the late Llott 1 t l t etl i ing the appointment and con Birnn As collector of the port and indirectly by Semi ring nil oth. What dots the withdrawal of the lottery question lust week really that 1 cannot Tell. Don t know a Groat Many Persona with whom i have conversed republicans and democrats it termites and stilts that an Effort will Lett p b t i k i t i f i i 1 t 1 to 1 to m 11 p by t Al 1 t Tolj t 1 to 11 t t t to t Titi t 1 t t l to 11 to t is ii 1111 in 1 that on t t i the 11 h r 1 t i t 1 to 11 to Ca t v m l i t 1 i 1 i f to it 11 for 11 it i k to to 1 t i p ii it 1 1 c 1 if Al t t to i it 1 1 i 1 f 1 i i 11 to 1 of b f i f to i lady until her departure of i 1 ii t i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 to i 1 i 11 i 1 n 1 n to pm full t 111 if t t f 1 Ftp ii to i 1 a 1 11 in i it to Alger s War record. In Ain Feby lift St to Alger list be 11 Riton Inicis Lei a honorable discharged and twing e last i the Potomac in August 1s64, u Uken ill my sent to to it Kut hit Van in Iii he i micral Custer s. Not merrill1-. Mthm fms Tidis until during thu invention . Lieu Iny friends that it was absolutely be Fien fral Alger then Briell men i in per in the War and says that if e had known of Tho existence of such and i. Id. a Alser then says that in 186-1 o refused to recommend a brother of later told him he would regret it Hnieday. On August 1c Alger Illa i Brave capture at fort boy but Custer gave Tho credit of it to inspected Tomt there was the slightest about my being properly sent Ith the Large number of sick and funded men to Annapolis end Fly 1 id. General Custer s he knew Tho facts was one of Ost cruel outrages Ever perpetrated thing against a dead Soldier but facts or. S. K. Wooster who was Gene nil uster s acting brigade surgeon at the to when general Algor waa sent to in Hospital and Ivhon sent him then. Learning of the charges made against eneral alter and on rending gun Iger s reply lie wrote a certified in i1 Lent in which to continued Prtini the general Hart made fascination. Ess is . It some Beautiful i Pitt i artistic i be the speakers were two lady in Eti papers. They had attended is receptions Iid parties for years Hev had studied the elects of cos the lines of Beauty and bad it fully written upon them in the they represented. They were n their Art and yet they Dit 1 do of High standing Anil Alt Lior i replied her companion. To two lays i of this Republic Loti suib in to a tutorship with the Millio Imire trusts of to the idea All special privileges to if he trusts succeed in 1s92 Hui can be beaten f this is a question Tor of carrying the twelfth District or be Ulm Erin Tho District or in the Unity it will Tell for or in inst or e the state. The democratic party can carry this Monty but ii what maj no Thi fought n Man a lot be the Clear Cut and the contest will be one of intellect and knowledge of he question. The people must not 100 themselves with the idea that be anti Al elections in 1s90 went one Way that the same thing will be repeated in 1892. That was an Oil year so to speak my monopolists Felt Sisifo with t Dent Ulm the Senate hence did not Ike the supreme Effort that the Ike this y keep o set Congre v to ant i Pitfalls which May Bounel party which goes into Trio con test the Best equipped on the Issue will stamp the Best Chance of winning. Therefore., it is n inic stick for Tho people to decide. Nan they Sond to con should seek out a n the Issue to be settled if Glorificat othe mtg t k ing in declining to in ask that t Ente in that it is due t ser is. That 1 can n it As one socking the a Rived at that time Spect is of More account than h cured by doubtful method 1 am of the opinion that if the they have ten Power to secure her Tho election of delegates in tin i Ible to that result and i will Bogh Eri them but if they do not lire i am Content to Ovit of pol the people have of k gel n it j i 1 f tint ii Alii r l 1 1 Der set can m n a f i i p t live t Al 1 1 t i i Bill i f to it to t 1 f 11 to t f j Al 111 d t i t urn full i t 1 i i ing Tho Lute Ivor of the rewlh1 we wa.1 Ralli 1 1 1 3l 11 1 it 1 i 1 Sachtl 1 e 1 1 1 a 1 w to t to port to 1 i 1 i i cliii1 1 f Unn 1111 1 Ieli t to re l la l los 1 d w 1 111 1 1 pen 11 t i to i jul 11 1 f 1111 f t 1 n b 1 1 1 tru t in to 1 if t t 1 t f the 1 i l in 1 i i 11. 1 it. Hill 1 ten k i pm irn Ini he at t Mac h in t i i i a ill i j Mon an. 1 x ill tip Roll i i Hunt to Ltd my Uii in n. Nick it Lull the her f the 11 1 l i Liu ii i Lliott i m or in of eco o a Mathil in to ill it Ilu is munition to withdraw from offli.? Lort Tui it Anil hits i mull 1 to Tho or Fol the mini hit lid of the Navy department lit. Rel Itu Dej him to Many of the Leader in no a. From York hint Liomin Ticu will to acceptable to All lotions of the party there. A Strong . Trl rut. Tinero is a suspicion that or Maine will not persist in his a Dimi he shall remain a candidate. I ado should favor or. Han Miami is pres intent Harrison but to has the persistent opponent t free coinage and of every looking to the re habitation of tender . 1 think Rill secure the passage of a free Ilion of tie president to the contrary notwithstanding. But no one bal inc hut the president still under any Cir Umi Tancif approve such in m. Mure St. Minn., feb. Reporter ailed on general Merritt and to c Wiful. General Merrill replied to n due Tion on to whether or not lie Iliad lulled the recommendation for general to details of what was at that time a Para tidy Mattei have you been approx Sehell before i Tho subject r i fit Nora Langei by several promo Tim a. They tale that Tho rec ords showed certain facts. They led to make a statement and i re i could by Tii Oie Means satisfy my of Ivy thin or not i signed the Mccoin will you Don of sir this is not my Titlair. 11 eneral Algor desires my recollection r the matter and writes me for it. 1 the knowledge 1 have with station. It May he Tomt if a o the press to was ill when to Washington he May have been ipod rarely deranged but i have it of establishing what iks Condi is. Can say nothing More than Hall the following card appears in 11 i noticed the following in the Edi Eck it is announced that Ludg clench. Of Allen county will not 1 1 t t to 1 to i t m it 1 to ily candidate from Allen count u r m n j Fitl 1 j 1 of Glt j to it 1 1 t i t i to 1 t 111 f e to d to nor have 1 authorized anyone t j f he n f to i p t to Gib h 1 lit it it k i j. I i i t r to i 11 ii Al u t 11 i 1 k to r to it the f to i n t k i it to i i in n t to i to m. I 111 1 n n nit i i Riu to t i it i m i i i i i i i 1 i t it 11 r m to 1111 i or Ishimu defer d. Ddn Situ Ora Ives. Hui i h 1 i u i no t Chr i Lurl ill us ln.1 i i l Len in ill i t to lil i in of Wil i nil j i i us i in i v i Ommul in i v i ,1-, a t i ill tem no e 1 j d Thuv will g., into the of vii.-r.1 1 Tion irt1 in Ilu 0 t i u i a., Ilum in Tho l Solhi Rhame the liberals will he Light with .111 All it t d to and tin up Doi i in non Cost. Chr t that of ref i Tho i ten in Minui i Rort 1 ii n Liari ily told whip not to Deli i by More As the Jig was up. ill Appeal to Tho country hit letter for All the t May be added miss tint it Nuler t ends that a meeting of Poi ii Lent to dissolve parliament it Urlini t it Sibl Utt Otsui i Ebay that nobody need be surprised if Udden dissolution of cult i he passage of the Hatch Anli option jj1l the delegation consisted of i Dent . Samuel Allerton Michael cud Lay j. Solon and f. A president Hammill related his remarks by Reading the of Tho o lil. A i i o in 1 id or. Nol for pleasure but of Low prices As one might think. We could not hold the Farmer tiie legislation which or. Since the Dis Iuo Flag a. At 10 o clock this morning. The meet ing will continue for three Days. The. Department was called to tin Al r. Stores of Brooklyn to deliver the Tho invocation. Mayor bodily thei Ilcent Hendrichs. Of the Board of Ciunci lion of Brooklyn who also made a welcoming address. President it used. The regular proceeding s meeting were opened by i Rol hand state super inti pain Ati ii of spi in Fiehl Iii w paper the Lii Rel school Furuli subject followed in which a number v. F 1 to in 1 t Fth n t in 1 la d. T 11 r 1 1 to p 1 1 1 a ii 1 i in to i i it to i t t 1 1m 1 to 11 k f 11 i t to t ii 1 t 1 i 1 h 1 1 d 11 i t i i 1 1 by i m i 1 by i i 11 1 it t i t i 11 lit k it t Ftp t in i Lac 1 t it ii the h 1 i t 1 i f 11 i i h r 1 1 v ii 111 Iam Liat company enter business meetings and a banquet at the Wayne hotel. I i i l it i my from the Walkis a brtnqus1 Hosel t that brought them in it of the i Nion Illif in n nut Mihi the territory Oie Hili i p f1 r it of Thimis i u i in i u m Lude in Conn of Northwestern Ohio and North id thu Ai Onu meet each other mind i with pleasure and Beconi a letter acquainted with each othe id t i Rafii Iii of the company. It i the sri Imd in Ilizal meeting of ii kind in tort Way if the Onn f Hist year being held in Maich which of our readers will re Membri n u elaborate and interesting affair Fol old National Bank building. The Neeti Nib Aro an annual feature with Tho districts All Over the United state m which the Union Central life in or do business and Are held n february hit of lost year Leld in March because the new building n in High their disc riot heu Quait. U not yet completed the Nocun their Homes room of tin unit and he not help noticing of the Iii ii cd atm it Ion gathered fro de and do business. Tingling with them yesterday meetings around t is in Honor and a pleasure to meet ver As a Man who will talk you to or. Everett s agents Ivil lot do this. They know to do to much the in other professions of life. The hey politic and found them about Equall for presidential Choice Belleci Ami Hiir Rison and Cie Filan and kill. But enough on this Lim splendid body of men they Are the finest and in this introduction to will proceed to loll its Reade in Methins about the company its old Hing about what was done at thei t the t 1 hit t c i 11 1 if i t d to it b has been pm 1 i d 1 is 1 t t f no he 1 t t 1 to t i t 60000 111 it 1 1 i 11111 i n president Union Central life Davis. 31. A. Cincinnati prof. W Williams. Ohio Western University Delaware Ohio win. M. I i Maxwell to Anisey Cin Tinti Odiard Dymond of win. Glenn n Cincinnati Simford Hunt. P. Ent methodist Book concern. St v Ork its. Rust la. A Viil or i it Union Central life j. K Central life in it Thi lir Buli i led in Llie Lorthen it u tin to inti a turd i 0.111 trom hit of Iain ail an i i m 11 n. On in Lif r of ill loan Nis i n i or tile i the mortal von in red t t Iti Mil i lid to the Aulon of Tho it Sci us amount of Money loaned exclusive of hiding and this loan is Furtun a a by the Borrower taking out All Nus Ronco in to company on his life that the investments of the com my Are perfectly Safe. If the Bor d interest from the policy and the heirs of the deceased the ill his plans before be has relieved h from financial to pay his Debl Bercy and place in the hands of i widow children or Liose death twins relieving his mind of anxiety in that rear sol. I la l in Thi Dit Thiis made wonder in strides springing from nothing to and this year it will Fai Ond the. Minimi Mark or. Everett Ono of the pleasantest of men both Oit of friends since to came to tin ily and is deservedly popular among i Oft in 11 the old National Bank Block Are Tho t it. And Thor the visitors always re or. Everett is assisted in this City by to following ii inc Force chief assistant is w. J. Holt special out. J. U. m. Bookkeeper Lizzie h. Billei b ick stenographer Emma c. Wallace Pulita Lottie e. Brooks and j. D. All of whom have desks at Tho dices is this City. Or. Everett 13 strict la temperate in his habits Clarit eos to people in or out of business re to tons. He has surrounded himself Vith a corps of workers who respect Linin Leighly. The City has reason to is tin 1 Nion. Central in Rance company has established its strict Teudt Ibartt is Here and that Ith a pleasant a ancient and courteous neral agent As or. Everett has been the District Headquarters of or. Handsome building of the old National tank at tin co Tim of Calhounii and a Rry Stro ctr and arc handsome Corn idiots and pleasant iia ving been is rally Arran Geil for the company at the time the buckling was acted Little leased by the company or a period of Twenty years. The axiom Ollices of the company ill second floor. Ascending the Staif i a to the second floor the visitor on Loi inters a ions ton of doors running to entire length of the building. These doors belong to Tho suite of is occupied by the Union Central Mil Imit Sciug the entire second Story in n die another room Are passed through be for. You come to the Tolice hero c. E i his private office. The a i air Truro looking tin it Paliy s ill in their Vari in an f 1 Mupo soil of Thorf Cleart it to 1 f 11 on Earth. As in. Iii rth a care and if he Oan . i i ibis au-1 i Rovid. For f the All-ari.un.1 duty
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