Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 24, 1908 · Page 4
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Mattw. K BOVB m I* SATB8. CJM Cttjt lUTMl* .10 onti 44 orau ISJM M MM cmnty. •LM IfoBtlMi'fa adTUM 11.00 lidiiaii is mdTUM .44 or BAS- .. : • TUephMMt V' -gMliwi - OO M: - - - - •llloitad B MA - - - > IS - - ll» 1 A VALUABLE RELIC CI. W. APPLE SHOWS T<> ULI) S(»L- SUJtS A'POSTER OF WAR TIMES. It ExpMcd an Alleged Plot to Keletise Bebd PriMMn—Helped Sare During the meeting of (be (i. A. R. . Satardmy afternoon wlien \V. A. Murgan. department commander of the O. A. R. of Kansas, made an address . .here. G. W. Apple of tiiis city exhib- itad before the "old boys' a poster Which 'he secured, in Indianapolis in ' 1864 and the publication of which bad . iBuch to do with the success of the ;Untcli. The poster was gotten out by the loyal Democrats and told of an alleged, plot to release Rebel prison- Jlr. Apple places a high value on the copy of the poster which he has carefolly preserved since the war. He says he ^oald not take $100 for it. The old BoldiJera were greatly interested 1:1 it and it was decided to have ii . piibliahed. It has a historical value In [addition {to being a relic of the stirring Bceoes of the rebellion, 'flie poiBter follows: TO THB LOYAL DK.MOCRAOY! "Look.at the dangers that surround '•-ua!'' • •" ^ : "Rebel I prisoners to be released! State government to be overthrown! • GOT. Morton to be captured or killed! Penalty of relieving, death: Statements oa oath. Deinorratic Teatlinoiiy. Official Report. The following sutenients are taken from the official report of the testi- iQonjr in the trials now in progress In iDdianapolIa. They were made h; Joeepfa J. Bln ^am. editor of the In. diana State sentinel, and Chairman of the-Democratic state central commii- •' tee/and Horace Heffren. deputy grand r ccmimaBder of the American Knights -or. Bona of Liberty, and a leading ^ .'- Democrat of Southern Indiana. Their ^.tntimony. as well as that of ai: wii- iheiMa before the court, is read to '. them "and corrected by them. ;^'6n,-Frtday. Nov. 14th, 1864. Horace : HemeB, upon oath, said: "There - were ^o organlaattons in the order, c- 'TbtfrnlUtary organization had for it« :'V 'object the separating, of the state oi OUo^ ilndlana. Illinois. Missouri and from the eastern states, rnaike a northwestern confederacy In that. Join our fortunes : ^''T'^wtaictlM Sonth. Upon a certain day -=^4lie'*a«ai, hiU whether of August or ; / • "V^^iJnly,;; I am^not certain, of this year 'Iborei was to have been an uprising V • the priaonera were to be released at the camp, near Chicago—I think Carar ^:;Oaasias—iat Camp Morton, and ? ' CJamp Tiear Columbus. Ohio—Camr' V? • caiaae it Is' called. I believe. They we ^e all to be released. The arsenals <*;*tlie United States were lo be seiz- .^.and.ttie prisoners armed with thp . v '/iU^aanfl eQuipmenta contained there' to. s Governor Morton was to be taken '-^ ••-•^jam''ot^-- -H9 was to be held as a • inila^ who mlghl be tak- '^T:',;(gi^yfiiaaa^iM, and engaged in the up^' .>TimE;,, Dr. Athon was to be governor .(UidiBRtlie law of the State of Indiana. '.'••.'r^'pKKi9^;ia;.t!Bm:%eiKtioDS since: in casf . to serve, he 'would be governor: wei should call ' w oot. tl?e mllUla, and have eevrything r'^cT^l^ilpf hoiBce of to-day ia a vast .V ^^^^^ a* to the bent methods , o.?>.«f tpifoiiiiattig health and happincM and V^i i'-ififct^^^ knowledge of the world'f of actual exodlencc and c;:f.-y-^-'r''''-^--T--^^»iXcm truthfully" presented i of the Wotld; not of indj- JTi ^bot' of the many who have Jflfadectingandobtain- |t|KHiVltt.wnrid affonb. t|||^|Wdoct« of that daw, of IMUts, an Ethical r phyaieians and com- flKdMofMihed of the ! family have attained to world-wide ^'tilIQU|^ the a|>pro\-al of the CANDIDATes. KOR PRESIDENT— W. H. Taft, R W. J. Bryan, D FOR .IllSTICBS SUPRB.MiE COURT— A. W. Benson, R...^ H. F. Mason. R.... C. A. Smith, R A. E. Helm, D J. A. Pickering, O J. P. Reaaiter, D FOR GOVERNOR— W. R. Stubba, R J. D. Botkin, D FOR LIEUTENANT GO\'BRNOR— W. J. Fitzgei^ld, R Harry McMillan, D.. FOR SECRETARY OP STAT13— C. E. Denton, R •W, H. Kemper, D FOR AUDITOR— J. M. Nation, R.. L. D. Eppinger, D FOR STATE TREASURER— Mark Tulley, R Conway Marshal, D FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL— Fred S. Jackson, R G. W. Freerks, D FOR SUPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— E. T. Fairchlld, R.. ' Ella 8. Burton, D FOR SUPT. OP INSURANCE— C. W. Barnes, R M. F. Beliale. D FOR STATE PRINTER— T. A. McNeal, R J. S. Cobb, D FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS— G. W. Kanavel, R..... F. J. Ryan, R C. A. Ryker, R..... O. O. Ayres. D F. C. Fields, D J. E. Howard, D FX)R CONGRESS.\tAN, SECOND DIST.— Chas. F. Seott, R B. J. Sheridan,, D FOR JUDGE. 37TH DISTRICT—^ 0*car Fbust, R Chas. H. Apt, D FOR SENATOR. 14TH DISTRICT— F. L. Travis, R F. J. Oyler, D FOR REPRESENTATIVE. 20TH DIST.— W, T. Watson, R R. D. Russell, D... FOR COUNTY CLERK— R. E. Culbertton, R C. L. Jury, D FOR COUNTY TBHASURBR^ C. C. Ausherman, R i Gipaon Holt. D POR REGISTER OF DEEDS— R. L. Thompson,. R Ralph Coztne. D FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY- H. A. Ewing, R L. V. Orton, D FOR PROBATE JUDGE— J. B. Smith. R J. M. Colllni, D FOR SHERIFF— C. O. Bollinger, R H. L. Douglass, D FOR CORONER— R O Christian, R 6. B. Lambeth. O FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT— Maude E. Funston, R A, J. Baker. O FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR— I H. L. Palstring. R Sam Freeman, D FOP C lERK OF DISTRICT COURT— C. E. Adams. R F. W. Frevert, D COUNTY COMMISSIONER. 3RD DIST.— C. A. Fronk. R Paul Klein. D COrVTY COMMISSIONER. 2ND DIST.— Tom Anderson. R G. A. McAdam. D • • • • 5hi »| 61 6 86 lOj 63 CO 3 ^ lal Q, i =. - 1 =. r =. ,3 ^'1 m 1H9 .SII IB!' Slj I6S Sll 117 fl' 1T»! 6u 531 65{ 351 71 i S:! 5); SI I 71! A WW I 6{ 81 91 63 S6j fi2| 71 61 S61 711 51 81! 71| 51 841 .191 91 61 i :!9' 9| 611 39i 9' '61 i i' i ! 711 Oi .Sl| 421 81 66j 1 I I 651 6| 65] 46!10 821 I I I K:;( 4< 69 491121 61{ I • 6K| 61 84 441 St 611 ' I I 751101 93! 371 fil 55! I ' ! 741111 891 39' 6! 59! I ! 1 731 K 68' 40! 6' B3! ! ' I 66! .S: 6C 46! 8' 801 I t ! 7.51 R'in2- 3Ri 9 49; I ' I 74! 71113! 38! 9! 37' I ! 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The rank and file of the or- te Made Way With In some way." |der were to arm ihennielve^.' Those On Friday. October 28th, 1864,! under the niilliary commander were Joseph J. Binshaiu swore thai Gruiid.to be armed hy ihe order.' MORONY STOPS 'EM Commander Harrison H. Dodd, said: Arrangements had been made to re- On the same day, liuraru Heffren swore: "Mr. Wilson, Uowlcti'ti Adju- Jease the prisoners on JohnKon 'H lis-'taul General, pulled a roll out of his land: at Camp Chase, near Columbus,! jKicket, wrapped up .Iko a lianker-H Ohio; at Camp .Morton, and also at parcel, and aaid tbe^e was one tbouK Camp DouKlas. and that the priHoncn and dollars he had Just got from Dr. at Camp Douglat). after their release, | Uowlea, to procure arms and animunf- were fo jn> over and release those at Hon lor our county, and mere wao Rock Island. At the same time there plenty'more where thai came from.- was to be an uprising at lymlsvllle. On the same day, Mr. Heffren at which the government utores. etc.. swore: "Thai there was half a mll- were to be seteed. lie told roe that Hon dollars sent to Indiana, Illtnols Governor Morton was to be captured!and Kentucky, I think by rebel agents or taken prisoner, and that Dr. Athonjin Canada, for the purpose of pro- was to be .Provisional Governor, and j curing arms and ammunition any one would hat'e got in unless be! professed to be a DeniocrHl." I As to the i>eualty for revenlinK ,tlir>; secrets of the order, Mr. Heffren 1 swears: "I understand the penally j ' .^unf. from what I have read, and wbai \ \vi\\i\ni\t in\ < MWKIKTVU rim \<IT' knew at the time and have l.-unied 1/M'-^''**"" '"O^ since, to be death." I On OoiolMT 28, 1861. .loBcph .1. UluK-j funny iitiie. phiy. wus to hnvc In-.-n !held y «;sterdiiy afieniooii (n ilie .Aiuli- torliiiii. ThM riill r;ist wa .s m\ liunil fur ihn filial irycnit anil llie- ciiriiiin liad 111. i>n. one Hct lull, jiisi a.s ilio c '>iii (.-(liaii WHS buiidiiiK "'ii tiuiii.' of bis .\l'IM{OVK OF KFHE.^US.ii. SI .\»VV!„.. ,|,.vpnforii.an.v. Tb.- .,i„i.i.n _____ •sHlioii'of nilrih wari u> ini' .i|i\ rburch (oiiiimu) I'lnj a Hfufnt,!Mor'wi.v. pasn.r ..f Hi. I'aiii's iohiiirh. \W had a l<fv. inlniiiort bn- Hut I'ttstor >VonM not .Stand for • fnr<? bptii infoiiinMl <«f tiic reheai-Nnl for that tbat waa to be par; of the I these Northwestern States to arm scheme." t themselves with. Mr. Dodd and John At the same time. Joseph i. Ring- C. Wilker, 1 was told.'received this ham swore: "I regarded this matter money. / They received $100,000 each, and iU effect, as very importantjto;for this atkre." the Democratic party, and that la an-j Again, at the Mtme examination. Mr other reason why I did DO». wish | totueffren, Qpon g^yg. ..Xen Indl- say anything about It. Another thing.^iduals were selected, and my uoder- was. tbat It waa a matter of peraojul! standing was. they were to take care honor..! received tba Information un-ief Gov. Morton. They were to hold der pecnifau- clrcamstanees."; Ui.'m as a hostage; or. hi caae h« conld On Friday. Nor. 4th,JH0ntoe Heffrw'nptj be held., wbethA- be was to be sworeii "Dodd W1^ mWtsry laibdvr^jkUl^ 6r not r did not ,Ji«ar, .Suudii} I'rurtlre. jl.pinK 111 pioHiRss ai'il li" lo.-it no fimp iiii rearbiiiK Hi" .\iitliH'i I'liii aisd In- iforniinK lluise in rli.-iv;'- Hi.'U I"' «'>nld ...liiot Kanitlon ilu Sumi.r ichpuraal. ham swore: "1 met John C. WalkHr. previous to AiiKUxt l3th. He xald li<> had to nici't three Kentlonien at tliC| Ili^tes lloitsn. I understood him inj say they were rpb*-! officer;;. 'Iliivv j would be ibHre ihur liay. and iiiilf >'<«i he was there, they would not know \ where tr. find him. He said th,,y j jj^^. ,^ ^. lonn.-ily l-CHlor, were on ibetr way to Chicago, 10 take. ^ Episcopal church lu-re. yester- S.>v..n.l «r tlw •A>.n...n. all promin- charge of the rebel prisoners when j^^,. ^ r.ihpar.sai of a plfiy t»!enf n.rriil ..is of ili.- .hurch, iiiHii.'dl- they were released f.rom Camp Doug-; ,^ 1,^ ,„p„,,,p,.„ „, hi„ finrk for lately in-.k i^^sM- wiil.ihe minister and the benefit, of the St. Paul.s Episcopal i for a fi'w i!ii.Tii>;.s an open rebellion church of Kansas (;ii.v. Kas.. of which iwaH thr /.-i!. i.f^d, However, after ex- he is pastor. The Kansas City' plai|iin.q i<- tii'' somewhat Indignant Journal saysj inemlic -i-6 of rli«> -.Ml In a Pickle" cast The members of thn casi thai is to!the inronsirioncy of the church las." Stop Coagliing! present the three-act conietly. ".Ml in a Pickle," tonight and tdmoriuw nlKht prp.'.rhinj; asain.^t Sunday theaters and turning around and holding a re!in the Auditorium. Sixth sirpcf and;hp.irsal on the Sabbath. Injured feel• Minnesota avenue, Kansas City. Kaa -jings IiecaPie. soothed and before ^tbe 'under the auBulces of the l«;Jies- guild iPPrformers had left- the stage, most Lt" I'! of the.St. Pad!'? Episcopal church, are re^iyiq a pickle themselves, and if some of'them^forget-their lines at fo- nighty-. petfpmaqoe . the audience of them agreed that their pastor was in the right-- Howeyer. sonie.of them were not In the best of humor wb?n they deputed for their, homes. • ''Tiw/pUsf a^lJ gql bq^toniia,VV iM* -7 r-'-^'' .V,IS that Rev. Morony shoula not :1iave 1 MO(»[IMI the rehearsal, bu^ after jttsinli lilt; tilt- matter oyer for a whlle -mopirf .if IIS enjoyed a real hearty laugh:" -| (Iifi not know tbat u cehaarisUvil^ was to'bf held this afternbonj.!!!; 'saltf^'^;! rtev. .\lnrony last night. '*an4V1»4?.0,| liavp Ivail any Intelligeoco of it8f |turr (lay i Mhould have discouraged litbm;',' The play is being given for th's^beaV-' lit of The church. -Wben T la that ihcy were holding a reheairii4l ''!(Ki''| the Saiibath of courae I could. nbiaHH ^ prove it. As a m^ttor of.fa^^TjibQ^ wotiiiMi and men .taking iisrt-iB',;l|ii' ' enthusiasm had overlooked proiiripty of the .thl.ng.: I fett,3h*»"'« would bring forth criticism «|it^ not In keeping with oiir H 'JTuin .st. Sunday theatrtcilti^wm^.yMii* pubMc amusements. .^TtiJi ^jpS^^ffii not serious, and I'dari^ (feelins exists amoqg^^<^ the church as a resuIC^df' dig ing the rehearaal itiif |j that the play, ,whf «li^]| good one, wilV t>» jnidK^attcc TO CCBE lata. ^ faJlB, _ta tgi,^

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