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Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - September 9, 1896, Fort Wayne, IndianaThe it or Lii due loth to a largely increased to a. Marked Losa of democratic address. Hesiki Talca words of patriotism to Thi from Washington than it from the local Agency and would save that with fifty additions clerks in his department he could readily Bovo paid every of the the. Nearly halt a million so Aba y , Iwai iry Woania want Turki a wheat Frt a at h cents a mile to Iii Irilua i of the first tue tidy. And exc Anida tic Itti Aie sold Al b Lilue More Tau Kat for the round trip. Ucl5gs ans by. Pas. Ii cinc Imil 0. C. P. Ithee a l Pik. Acl Louis ills is th1kd Quarter International sept. it Ai Lajti it Forth Rej. Nuutti a Alil Luiis Coqui my. A Flint a Ebauer. Mojiu i ally from i inn is would inn a say not to Luu Miles Iii ii Kiev sir in has la Fithia Whf Ai or com. Thi Yio ii in i Iii every five Thi messes. Col Burn of the Queen life holler Mills at my Hytson. Write a we. Our Farmers Jiou id Hun of i Iii to that raised Iii a different local it. Liis. To i Lieve with Tho dieted Iii Gly Good Millins of the russian or i Kiwus hard.1 would hold both the yielding Jed i Illing Iii Lytic a intact for . If Sumi of the imported seed was available Cadi year it would certainly end to hold no Tho reputation we Art now attaining in Trio world tue tits thousand i eople great veterans ii Quot forgo Tia Imei Tautui of a ditch cleaner. timid Iii tin Zirri Kalicun am. It of Tui forts of .1 a Iii his 11 share of Iron. Tiu is Lii i ily weight to mid called Iii ugh Irris Alion Ditcher Cuni Ibi or by it throws due gravel vim Iii ii. Wii i four horses. Do the work of 50 i its Kiwi with shovel a. The Milc is no a to Tai front of Hitt Lii tier lieu a Nijiu swings his weight upon tie Buck and thereby lifts Tho rout or Points from the Niue. A list i oaf is boiled of the Doubletree lire Pitt eclied. In Ordinary work two horses can pull Toifl Ditcher but in most costs where Trio ditches arc filled Wil Himl and two if urns Piru to Sci Gilien Trio plow Mill Namki ii More enlist Nulin braces of Iron could put in extending from the in it so if i. The ii Chino is primitive Ulm it Mere Iii Kashif t. But butt ditch ice. In const actins new cat iils it has no ing. I or full an Ujj Dinius inv. Murli Iii is of cd Una Benefit us in Clef iritis i Ishea. ii swell us Iofi Western in Righter. Lii re is no Pii Cut of the idea. Sonio c by k Good Oak to minors will Nihiko it butter Ditcher Almu tin old tree. thin nerf univ can to Lei sued by one of those Mudi Inea so int u cd Witnel will be Cut by Trio next freshet. Fields blowing Furrow a mud cleaning the ditches with this Ilioiu Emilo Pii-i., iliac it we after half past 10 o clock this morning when Gen. E. C. Jimison. President of the committee in charge of after a few words of Welcome introduced mayor Moian who u Hin self a Veteran and the format Addre Jaa of Welcome on behalf of the City was delivered by the chief executive. Past had printed the out Paul to he Louisville Encampment followed n a brie address regarding Lite prom sea and their fulfilment for this Jear a Encampment. Hie Topeka Llo docs followed Wilh army Beans and hard the delegates occupied the main part of the big Hall their places Leins designated by Guidon. Five Iowa to tie calling to order on Udtana delegation presented commanded in Chi Al Walker with a haad ome fit Rel shield. Admiral Mea to occupied a prominent place in the new York delegation. Among the past commanders in chiefs present were Robert b. Beatty. Of Pennsylvania a. C. We Cert. Of Wisconsin John m. F Aimer of new York John s. Bounle of Ohio and John p. Tea of Minne Ota. After the doors hid been closed n executive session the opening ritual was gone through with and the committees appointed. Tho reports of the officers were then presented and read. Walker. Commander in chief i. N. Walker Aid comrades last year the Twenty ninth National Encampment met for the first time South of the beaut if the City of Louis Ville. The hospitality of the people of Kentucky was unbounded and we can never forget the cordial reception extended to us on that occasion. It is a land of Brave generous hearted item your cordial greetings and Best wishes for their continued Prosperity a their old Kentucky Home. I sin wryly congratulate Jou upon the fact that our peaceful. Congress has led us j to the Northern Border Aud we pitch the tents of the thirtieth National Scein piment in this Beautiful the Northwest on the Banks of the father of where with United voice we Salute again our Andjel Siag and Blesa the god of our fathers that it Nai his to permit us to Bland in the Battle Forlis Unity and. To preserve m Many of us to be parts pm of the total membership of the grand Irmy of the Republic u 3s5.406 of which Are in Good standing and 42.111 Are carried on the suspended list in this list during the past year of the gain the year was 13.-ig7. Ichthis recapitulation the the Pennsylvania shows a Loaa of 5.557 been erroneously carried on the Rolls for several years and Couch tedrian report the total loss during the year was 11.406. Of which number 7.293 was by death which is b decrease seventy five from last when we take Inlo account the great business depression of the year the tack of employment and the fact that to Many of the veterans Are possessed of such a Small portion Thia world s goods and the further fact that owing to age and infirmities Many have been unable to attend Prat meetings and have failed to pay their cur ably Well. The report of the Quarter Muster Good condition and that there has been during my visit to new York in november i Lei Raed that a scheme to bring together Tho men and Tho lenders on both sides of the struggle to testify publicly to the restoration of peace was being agitated by a few sex Confederate residents of that City who hoped to Advance their personal interests and were seeking the support of the promo Erable letters and resolutions that that the position taken by the com of Confederate uniforms was upheld to lightened and patriotic Ben lira ant and to the men who fought on the Side of the South and who got through fighting at Appomattox and who staid Ekartd their boundless hospitality at Louville and Checkai Zauga. Tho fraternal feeling Between the pleasant memories of the late War will soon be completely obliterated sent a the angry pase oct of our eur Linh ancestors in the great civil Chilli cd known As the pm of the roses when Bouse Bill no. 5.543 becomes a Law. As 1 behave it will at the Pai i. Minn sept. 1--. Walimu it the Ripin us it lord by fur Lwi or destroy that Uiato us. Thosa to to Cist out and Al loud for Hii Seiko. Iii id Jet la take ii ill Savo oven Lulitu Tii lord buc Flo lir Iii not.11 As id is Wal Tiju in Mio. Iii Ilo not Tuuu a they Honvo Ho-111 Ved Anil in prov. I 33, Tjin shall Thoj Call upon to. List i will cot he Silt Shull Sott my Early but Tlisov shall Mioc Tosu who seek is triply fwd fear nut Only Tho i h of Tho u is Millir Fig to by Sib Dpi ii very Liui i 11 Ming Bui or per soil Init u Isi. 1 11, in in theor fury subject and willing to to for god s n and cheered him from Ilc la his train until the Chr Brar Ilg him to Toledo or. Ii Ryan a few voice been tilt along the line of to great laughter i More agricultural Titan Are manufactured c Aljy other City of the country i glad o talk to a people who recon Galij their dependence upon uis is Crim of this country. I have had imagine the harder up they could make the Farmer the better they would be of. I am Gail to talk. A fou. Who recognize that dollars which you receive Are earned by those Nho convert the natural Thia count or into Money Hose who till the soil and from Ila Fertility Springs shia nation s primary greatness. A a matter of fact the foundations of society cheering a Vercial Cla ass. And Tho financier Acta As a sort of roof Over the whole thing. Another but you Caa t destroy the foundation without Ruic ing the whole building. The democratic party in in platform at Chicago is pleading the oot be destroyed until you destroy the upon the Prosperity of the great Duttera of wealth whom me Call the masses is distinguished from the classes depend All the Prosperity of this county. If you have a Gold Standard you legislate the value of Money up and you legislate the value of property Down. Do you remember when we were Young How we need to end of it was up the other was Down it has remained for modern financiers to declare thai you Cau keep both ends of the Teeter Board up at once assuming to be statesmen they disregard every Law of Trade every Law every Ian of god. There in no Law human or divine they respect because they think Thoy Are bigger than the expressed it when he says "1 i Ihus Ami lords mar Ilo Isiriah or mar fade. The whole thing. You Oan take a Rathe destroy the foundation without raining the whole building. Gold Amith has Welt expressed it when he Sonya Prince Sand lords May feb Norinh greater than the the very legislation that increases the purchasing Power of a Dollar simply enables that Dollar to buy More of other things. How can a Dollar be made to buy More of other things by making More wheat sell at a Dollar More Corn More Oats More potatoes sell for a Dollar More of the product of toil Are Money. It is a Good thing Cor the Man who owns Money and buys property but it is a mighty bad thing or the Man Nho has to buy Money Wilh the property that he produces. A How does the Gold Standard effect you you make Jour in pie ments and you sell them to the Farmer suppose the Farmer finds Hie taxes his the Price of All that he Sells goes Down what does it mean it Means that he agricultural implements and for the support of Hia family. Cheers i a promises to pay you and the legs la tin destroys his ability to pay then Jou and fault because you Hare to take your implements Back and Well them second hand to somebody Ella sleeps nut is the effect of legislation. Our opponents Are to nog to throw upon Providence the faults by thousands All and r i ii turns out to meet were dec cred in order in the grand army Encampment morning d. It Ballou. Of Providence Spooner of the same Dyste Judie m. L Hay Vood. Of Nebraska presented the name of major d Clark Eon of of Tasha. The name of r ii. Hobson of Kentucky Obj Oil sred by general Case of Lohn u. Lint ban of new Hampshire Ivaa brought Forward by Daniil Coggswell. Of that state and iter Admiral Meade was presented by n Delegate. Jeconda for the nomination of Clark son came quickly from All Orer the a full jut one of the Fml men up was Admiral Meade. own name t at once became Tver fact that major Clarkton would win and nil lit Oiler major Clar Haon was at once Calliel to the stage Aid acknowledge the Honor conferred on him in an eloquent speech. Gen. J. Ii. Mullen. Of mine sols. Was elec led senior vice in chief Laving been designated for that Honor by the department of Minnesota the custom being to give the position to tha state bom no Ilie Mihi. Neb. Sept thaddeas stove a was born at Gettysburg a. In Iho be was educated Thren Miles from the great Battlefield of Antietam. He enlisted april 1g. Within two hours after the appearance of president Linchi a for 75.000 men for three in company a first Illinois artillery. To went to Cairo and served under general Grant there re enlisted for the War july 25, 1661 was promoted december 1. 1861. To adjutant of the thirteenth Illinois cavalry served with the regiment and on the staff o general John w. Davidson participating in the wit a with that commander on Tiu March to Helena and Little Rock. Ark. He who assigned to command during the a Kansas Campaign. In August 1863. He assisted in raising to third Arkansas cavalry of Union White men of that state Hub promoted to it til nearly the close of the War Par tick Patidar in nearly All of the Battles in Arkansas under general Stetle on november 11. 1362. He was married 10 Mitry berber Maturean and today . He came to Nebraska a Otting in Omaha with he brother the late Bishop Clark ton in match of 1fos and has lived in he state or thirty years. To was postmaster a Omaha under president Harrison s administration la Sojor Clar Kunu wan on the executive of the nation Al Council of administration o. A. It. For three consecutive Yean Una elected department commander of Nebr Rufca february. Iwo. Hohm also been commander of the Loyal leg on of Piil ilinn., in recent it has been thought necessary to Octen the length of the grand Parade f the old soldiers and this jest s of a it was Over smooth streets Aud walking no ill effects were anticipated from the tramp. The meeting and recounting of old Esperi Oncea and renewing old acquaintances Here u nothing Luat goes ahead of he event and to it the old vets look Orward through the entire year saving heir strength for this return to the Aya when a comrades they carried Mui bets and touched Elbow and found Hemsel Rei cot so Al til after b Short Naich As now. As the years have used More have dropped out of the Ine and Mao have joined the silent majority and the gradually diminish Nufi Lino recalls the More than be nerf too that he passed since these were lighting Mea without the various div Bias formed of the treets that Cross Western Avenue and when the final gun was fired shortly after 10 o clock the Parade began to move South from Dayton and Western moving South to Summit the various divisions falling in As the column passes. General Walker and staff leaded the Parade. A the head of the Parade turned Down the Broad Summit Avenue the old veterans straightened their shoulders and tried to renew their youth by calling up As fast 89 they had been Able to turn a Corner in a straight line. The Avenue was crowded on both aides with he spectators who applauded favorite Mats or favorite leaders and now and again a cheer went up for the Fine appearance of some of the Lens known posts. Opposite the residence of col. R. M. Newport Many White haired veterans uncovered and sainted As Thoy re cog nixed the widow of their loved Black and mrs. John a. Logan carefully returned every Salute. A the head of each division arrived at this part of urn Avenue a group of pretty Roung girls stepped out into the at reel and scattered Flowers before the on coming veterans who furtively picked a the blossoms and proudly placed them in their Button holes. This scattering of Sonera in tribute of he bravery of the old veterans was done by Twenty daughters of the old eol diera several of whom were also the defendants of the Young girls who Flowers before the feet of general Washington As he Wasen Rosteto new York to be inaugurated As first president of the United Sutea. This linking of the hero of the first War of the nation with the country s Savior in the latest War was further emphasized immediately after when the Little children of the Thaddeus Maltby chapter of the children of the american revolution saluted the Veter Aas with their waving hags and by singing a song especially written for the boat Sion by Lars. -1.0. Adams of so Paul. The column swept on Down the Avenue past the Mammoth residence where were ladies Headquarters in front of the big reception slant in Summit Park and under an Evergreen Arch erected at the head of sixth Street by the coloured citizens of so Paul who thus neatly suggested that in their Hearto the memory of the sol diets of the rebellion would be Ere Green. The Long column of old Veteran turned Down sixth Street past the numerous grand stands with thei sidewalks. The greeting cheer follow ing along the line As the More Prorok nent leaders were recognized. At the vacant end of the Square on which is being constructed the new Goter men stand for 2.000 children whose red White and Blue Caps and toques War eat arranged As to form a living Ullig the children had grown a bit rest less but when the head of the procession appeared they were read for their part in the honouring of the Soldier heroes and Genera Walker and saw and heard the living bag burst into Bong and activity tha Guve vigorous evidence that the Patri Otic spirit was not being stifled in the rising generation. The swaying Mich sept. Candidate Bryan left Toledo at o clock this morning Aud arrived Here Over the Lake Shore at s.5-j some people were awaiting him. A was escorted to a Tut car by he Black of or. In Ryan Eaid that later in the Cam Nign be expected to visit More fully because he expected Michigan s electoral and be wanted to become better acquainted with the people who were to help in securing a majority in the electoral College. Or. Brjan urged citizens o vote strictly in accordance with their beat convictions recognizing the responsibilities Al suffrage. Said he i expect to lose the Vutci of Many democrats who Bali Ere the country s welfare but if i must Ose the democrats who want the Gold Standard to prevail until think i am entitled to the support if every Cut visa of every party who be. Vevea that the american people Are Able to work out or. Bryan mounted the rear free. Or Corn of Zdilor. To stack Ecru fodder so you can feed Light along without duty Rbing Iho top of Tho stuck and to i pos Iii Tia whole thing to Sun tips mud ruins Biltl n look narrow stack Thia is Tho advice of subscriber of farm Tipul fireside. Ilo Bays after laying one end no straight. With Butta out Lav nil Tho candies Cross ways of tie stuck the stuck Viiu then in nil used up by pulling the. Bundles out from Ali ecu a Ali Wii in Tho illustration. Can there be too Sandy a place for Bucaj this winery is Mise red us follows by or. C. C. Miller in Trio american Bee journal to dark As in a cellar but i Cau hardly Tell Iii any growth of Trees or vines can growth on All sides that there is too lit to dry Slatum of air about the hives. I on which Trio Heht of Tho Sun never

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