Reunion of Civil War vets, including Jasper Tilbury.

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Reunion of Civil War vets, including Jasper Tilbury. - 3 THE CIVIL WAR TO MEET MANY INDIAN RE6IMENTS...
3 THE CIVIL WAR TO MEET MANY INDIAN RE6IMENTS WILL Hold reunions this month Tmopj From tlie Hoosier Slits Msdo Good ftecords lnCpnfllet - rrFw Survivt Many reunion if Indiana regiments which participate In the civil yu have been planned for - the month ol Beptetnber and the b0ya In blue will rally many for tbe last time to honor the flag for whlqh they offered their Uvea Indiana troops made glorious root ordain the four years civil war reg intents from this state participating In Diniost every battle Theast battle of the war at fcalmetta ranch Texas on May lrl8I was fouett by the Thirty - fourth Mortons nines This battle was f ought many weeks after tho surrender of the armies of Lee and Johnston but word did not reach the Lone Star state until after the struggle struggle Private Williams of Company A a Fort Wayne boy was the last man ot ine union lorces 10 lose nis me oo lng killed In this battle fFiohtlno Forti - fourth The Forty - fourth Indiana regiment will hold Its reunion at Waterloo on Thursday Sept T This regiment saw servlfle at Fort Donelson ShllohCor Inth Iuka Perryvllte Nashville Mur friihom Lavnrnc Tenn Chicks maligna Chattanooga Mission Ridge Lookout mountain Orolinrd Knob and Browns Ferry The ranks of the Fljrhtlne Forty - fourth were so thin ned by death and disease that the res - Iment was then sent back to Chatta ttooga where It was on garrison duty until the end or the war Tne losses In battle of this regiment were very lieavy and but few survive of the boys who followed Thomas Grant and Sherman Fort Wayne was well represented la the Forty - fourth Colonal Hugh Heed its first commanding officer Is burled at Undenwood cemetery1 here and Colonel Btoughton of this city wum trilled in service Private John Dee of Fort Wayne was tbe first of Its men to fall in batue Deing mum t Fort Donelson Lieutenant Colonel Philip Grand of West DeWald street will be present at the meeting Thursday Thursday and the other local veterans who Served under this eommand are Jasper Jasper Edsall W A - Kelsey E M Thorn - as William Engle John Kress and Alexander Ormlston Marlon and Le - andeifcMcGinnls and Jacob Huser of Ossian were also enrolled la this regiment regiment Seventy - fourth Indians The Seventy - fourth Indiana regiment regiment which served under Colonel Thomas Morgan was one of the most famous regiments or the war wm hold Its reunion at Efna Green on Sept H and 16 and arrangements have been made to atop Pennsylvania trains - at that town so that they may reach their homes without Inconven - lendeTThe reunion which Is the thirtythirty thirtythirty - second of the regiment will be held t he Methodist church at Etna Green and the public Is Invited to the essioas and to the camp - fire on Thurfday night The officers of1 the veterans association ire Oavid Poor president B F Hamlin vico - presl - GOOD WORK The Womans Medicine Has Proved Ii Worth When Lydia E Rnkhsme remedies were first Introduced their curative powers were doubted and htd to be proved at the proof came and erad - Dally the use of them spread over the whole country Now that hundreds of thousands of women have experienced the most beneficial offsets from the dm cf these medicines their value hu become become generally recognized and Lydia E PJakhami Vejjetable Compound la the standard medicine for women Tha following letter Is only one of the thousands on file In the Pinktam office at Lynn Mass proving that Lydia KTinkhami Vegetable Compound Compound ia an article of great merit u shown by the results It produces ADamosa Iowa - When I began taking taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Compound I suffered with a displacement and my system was ia a general rundown rundown condition I would have the headache headache for a week and my back would ache so bad when 1 would bend down I could hardly straighten up My sister was sick in bed for two months ant doctored but did not get any relief She saw an advertisement of your med - dne and tried it and got better She told me what it had done for her and wheal had taken only two bottles of Lydia E Finthams Vegetable Com pound my head began to feel better I continued its use and sow I dont have any of those troubles - Mrs L J HlWUN VLfV I Ajuunosa Iowa SS dent W F Peddlcord secretary and B A Carr treasurer Hoveya Babies te Meet The lfith Indiana regiment which Was known a Hovers Babies on account of their youth will meet at Larwlll on Thursday Sept 7 to talk over old times The ranks of this regiment have been so thinned by death that a special appeal baa been made for air survivors to be present The 129th was composed principally of boys from 15 to 18 years of age not one member being of age It was commanded by Colonel C A Zollinger of Fort Wayne The regiment was organized organized In 1884 and was attached to the command of General Sherman In time to take part in the advance against Atlanta It was later transferred transferred to the army of General Thomas serving through the Tennessee campaign campaign and was again under General Sherman at the surrender of General Johnston at Raleigh April 2S lt6f The local members of the regiment belonged to Company 0 which was recruited here and as many as can will attend the meeting Thursday The Fort Wayne men are Lieutenant Cyrus Fike Lieutenant Jasper Tilbury Louis ScblaudronY W B MCMUteo Frank McKlnnle Casper Conrad Wesley Bolderbach Ellas Hartzell Joshua Hatticil Albert Carter and Samuel curts Louis Zollinger is an honorary member of the regiment as his brother Colonel Charles A Zollinger Zollinger was in command He himself served In the II2nd Indiana regiment Eleventh Indiana Battery The1 Eleventh Indiana battery will hold Its thirty - third reunion on Wed - ne8day8ept 20 at the home of Peter Gressdey at Hoagiand an all - day re union being planned The Fort Wayne members of the battery are Lleuten - ant Henry M Williams S 8 JKelker John Koona and Louis Hoopengardner The battery was In the engagements at Corinth Nashville Murfreesboro Tullahoma Franklin Lookout mountain mountain Chlckamangua Mission Ridge Tunnel Hill Bustard Roost Wags ton Resaca New Hope Church Ken - esaw mountain Marietta Vihlngs Chattahbochla rtver Atlanta Jones - bora and Nashville Fire Threaten Garage Fire believed to have been caused by sparks from - an improvised fnrnaoo with which some boys were playlng damaged a delivery auto and threatened threatened to destroy the garage ownod by Wolf Dessaure yesterday afternoon The party who telephoned the call for the fire department said the Are was at Wolf Dessauers and the firemen naturally Inferred that the store was meant however upon arriving there they found that the fire was at the garage 71S Webster street C O Wood discovered the blaze which was1 confined confined to the top and part of the b4dy of cue of the delivery machines There were four machines In the garage The tar - paper roof of the garage was scorched and there was a Quantity of oil and paint stored In the structure Had the firs not been promptly dis covered a costly blase would have re sulted Crack at Indianapolis EVANSVILLE indl Sept 5 Vanderburg Vanderburg eounty will not be represented br a float or in an etaer way at we state centennial celebration W be held at ladlanapells next month according to an announcement today by A W Sevringbaua chairman of the oouaty centennial committee 1 consider it merely a scheme by which Indianapolis may have a centennial centennial celebration at the coat of the various counties said Sevrlnghaus Go then Fair GOSHEN bii Bent 8 The sUte fair in session this week at Indian apolis holds no terrors for the direc tors or xne uosnen rair wmen openea its gates today United Brethren Conference WARSAW Ind Sept 8SIX hundred hundred delegates ministers and visitor arrived ia the city to attend the seventyseventy seventyseventy - second annual St Joseph conference conference of the United Brethren church Bishop II 1L Fout Of Indianapolis Is presiding at the meeting The first business session will bei held tomorrow tomorrow morning Maionio Students LAFATETTK Ind - BeptJ Twen ty - five of the leading universities of the United States were represented when the eleventh annual national meeting of the Acacia fraternity opened opened here today with the Purdue chapter as host The fraternity is composed of students who are Masons

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  1. Fort Wayne Daily News,
  2. 05 Sep 1916, Tue,
  3. Page 4

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