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2 rn EVENING TIMES WASHINGTON WEDNESDAY MAY 30 1900
headstones mark the tombs of private sol soldiers soldIers ¬
diers loving handS bad spread many manyblankets manyblankets
blankets of bloom above the graves of ofthose ottllose
those who ho died In their countrys wars warsAfter wnnsAfter
After the firing of the national salute saluteand saluteanda saluteanti
and anda a patriotic selection by Santelmanns SantelmannsBand SantelmannsBand
Band Band the theproccsslon procession formed south uth of the theArlington theArllnston he hetrlington
Arlington Mansion In the line were to be beseen belcen beaeen
seen the grizzled veterans of 1865 and the thecmrtiul themartIal themartial
martIal forms of those who served in the theSpanish thltSpanish th
Spanish War irarThe WarThe S
The line proceeded to the monument monumentwhich monumcntwhich
which marks the resting place of the un unknown unknon ¬
known soldiers of otthe the civil war The Theehaft Thetihaft
shaft had been decorated with flags and andflowers nndflowers and1lowers
flowers and as the procession hl halted ted and andstood andstood
stood In reverent silence as the band play played played ¬
ed a solemn dirge the committee assigned assignedto
to the ho task strewed roses and daisies about aboutthe aboutthe
the monument beneath which lie the thebones thebones
bones of more than 2000 soldiers whose whoseIdentity whoseIdentity
Identity could not be determined at the thetime I
time of burial burialPassing burialPAssing
Passing down the main avenue until untllthe untlltheplace the theplace
place was reached where the soldiers lie in inlong I I10ng
long rows to tho south of the road the theprocession theproceeslon
procession broke ranks and scattered flow flowers flowers ¬
ers over the thousands of orgraO graves in that thatpart thatpart
part of the cemetery each marked by a alittle alittle
little flag flagThis 11agThls
This duty to the dead performed tho theprocession thoprocession
procession formed again and marched to tothe totlIe
the Amphitheatre where the following toll owing pro programme ¬
gramme of exercises was carried out outa outa
a Sounding assembly bugler b bMeditation bU bMeditation
U Meditation Bach Marine MarlD Bond Our OurBraves OurDraves
Braves Keller octctto calling assembly assemblyto i
to order George H Slaybaugh depart department department ¬
ment commander Invocation Rev Re W G GDavenport GDaenport
Davenport department chaplain memor memorial memorJal ¬
ial Ia hymn Winch Inch octette reading orders ordersB ordersB
B F Chase assistant adjutant general generalpoem gennrrlpoem
poem Rev J E E Rankin D D LL D DSlowly DuSl
uSl Slowly wl and Sadly Sad 1 written especially especiallyfor C5peclnllyfor
for the occasion by Madam A Root do doliArmitage doLArmltabe
liArmitage Marine Band oration oration Com Comrade ComradeHon ¬
rade radeHon Hon Harriot Brosius Soldiers SoldiersFarewell SoldlersFarowell
Farewell KInkel octette Lincolns LincolnsGettysburg LincolnsGett8burg
Gettysburg address Comrade S IV W McEl McElderry llcElderry
derry The Day of Judgment Rossini RossiniMarine ROi5InlIarine
Marine Band address Capt II A A Castle Castlesolo Castlesolo
solo The Star Spangled Banner Key Keywith Keywith
with band accompaniment George H IL LII Lillebrldge LII1ebrldgc
lebrldge benediction Rev Re W G Daven Davenport Dainporl ¬
port department chaplain Safe in tho thoArms thoArms theArms
Arms of Jesus Jesusllarlne Marine Band BandThe BandThe
The members of the Memorial Octette Octettewere Octettowore Octottewere
were George H Llllebrldge B W Bee Beo1e DoJoe
1e W V G Penney Harry F Smith Dr DrJ
J J Woodman R R M McKee Dr DrFred DrFrederlck Fred Frederick ¬
erick K K Swett D Harris Clark A P PTasker PTasker
Tasker accompanist accompanistAtlilrt accompanistAIlr
Atlilrt Asllreis of Mr Ir nrOKlns nrOKlnsRepresentative nrodUMRepreseDtative
Representative Bromine Dr eiUti delivered the theprincipal theprineiIQ1
principal address adJr se of the day He speke I as j
follows followsIhls II
This of o all the year is i the day far farpatriotic torPfltriotlc
patriotic memories Heroes patriots and andmartyrsare andmartyrs
martyrsare martyrs nre in invisible touch with us to today today ¬
day as we webriagthe bring the first flower of spring
to decorate d te their th lr graves and the th first firstfrults firstlruUtof
frults lruUtof fruItofour of our love to garland their memory
If 1 thijre th thre re is any place within the bounds boundsof boundof
of the Republic where the citizen can come cometo cometo I
to learn the tbsloesens lessens and feel the inspiration inspirationof
of patriotism it is where the earth He hal hallowed ¬
lowed by the duet of heroes who on land landand laodand
and sea sealed their devotion with their theirblood theirblood
blood In this sequestered shad sha where the tbenations thenaUOIIS
nations dead are laid on tats day da dedi dedicated dedicated dedicated ¬
cated to the eoramemoratioa of their theirservices theirsenkes theirservices
services and sacrifices it is suitable to tocontemplate toOOIItelDJJlate tooontewplate
contemplate the beauty the duty dlt and tb tbglory t tSlory the
glory ef patriotism and from the aagel of otthe ofthe
the boor strive to wrest the bleating of a ahigher IIhigher
higher consecration of mind heart aad aadservice aadsen1ee sadservice
service for our country countryThe countryThe
The proudest title the ancient Roman Romanknew Remenknew
knew was Civic sum ROmaR Rotnaaus 8 A ao aobier 1M 1Mbier sobier
bier and prouder title is ours Clvte sum sumAmericanug sumAmerlcaDUI
Americanug I am a an American citizen citizenAs eltizenA
As A ne n other deoeraUoa ever rivaled this thicin tklIn
in splendor 1Ie or and no other title ever car carried carried ¬
ried BQ many rights privileges and hon honors Maors ¬
ors M it may may be said with th a soiema em sense senseof MD8eor senseof
of its deep import no other ot er relation lays layson layson layson
on us such commanding duties or impos imposes pos poses ¬
es such responsible re ble obligations obilgaUo to ear earcountry earcountry
country Patriotism means a due sense ef efthese DCtbeee
these obligations and duties with a coos eotniBeasarate COIDIBetl8tlrate coosneIUVSte
iBeasarate disposition dlspo tUOD to their observance observanceand obHnauceand
and performance It Itis is the highest h est civic eirtevirtue etYiejrt civicvirtue
virtue jrt e It Is not an ephemeral passion passionIt pu
It is an enduring emotion an eternal ray ra rath
that th t kindles kindle the te soul sl into ilt the tb glory 1ory ory of ofscrvicv o
scrvicv srt and al sacrifice rUlc for fo country cut It is i the thegraceful te tecftl thegraceful j
graceful ornament l the Corinthiaa
cftl o th Crntl capital capitalof cil cilor capitalof
of true tMe cUIaeoebip elp All Al nations ntons do d horn hornage b hornage
age to t the t sentiment HUmnt of o patriotism but bt la laAm1 InAmc I IAmenfoa
Amenfoa Am1 it Is I a distinguishing dhillCuilg perfection perfectionIt pfeto
It I touches every eve side a of o our o We lie eoeee eoeeecrates e
crates every hearthstone inspires the edo education edocation
crtes ever Jrt oo llpr th eu euctin ¬
cation ctin of o our or children elilrea is I the te theme the of the theorator t theorator
orator ort las tf inspiraUoa ltt of the ti poet and andthe aDdthe andthe
p
the study of the
painter pinter Our Or countrys countrysflag try5 try5a
flag a symbolizes smboHa ail that tht is worthy wohy of ad admiration a adInirsUoa ¬
miration InirUon and love le in the t hwUtutio institutions of o the thenation thenati thenation
nation nati It I floats 0l over ov the school sh house h housePatrisiuim
Patriotism Palrl Is 1 ia the t curriculum cWuhtl of die dieschools theschools
te teshos
schools shos it I Is a grand Dd chapter eapter in the splen splendid plendid ¬
did institutes lltuto of American Ameen education educationOur eut aR aRdid
Our Exalted Exn I ct HlKlory HlKloryOur IItol history historyOur
UOur Our history l > ry abounds abol in examples euples which whichafford w whichafford lh lharord
afford arord Instruction IltrcUoD ia this tis exalted eate senti sentiment Bat ¬
ment Washington Waehnton whose wlM capable cpble sword swordcarved swo swordcarved
carved cnoe the way through threug the Revolution Revoluton to toIndependence toJndeplooe toIndependence
Independence Jndeplooe whose WB wise w8e sad aD prudent prudentcounsel prudentcouol prudentcouusel
counsel guided ble the te footsteps fot8 of the infant InfantRepblc infantRepublic
Republic Repblc whose wh fame encircles eicl the te globe globewhose glo globewhose
whose name command tie tile
h na ommDc tie affectionate affectionatehomage aletonat aletonatllGle affectionatehomage
homage llGle of the human hUDn race rce of o whom our ourreldBt
President reldBt recently reeDly said sId Every Ever monument monumentto monumelt monumeltto
to him is
J a tribute tribte to patriotism tiotsm every everyshaft ee everyshaft
shaft and statue stue to t his memory mmory helps bep to t
inculcate Inculte love 18 of o count cnt eountr r encourage eneurage loy loyalty loyalty ioyalty ¬
alty am at anl establish Htabll a better bete bette citizenship dtzeip God Go Godbless
bless bl over eve every undertaking unrtkin which wN revives revhc pa patriotism patriotJ ¬
triotism trioU triotJ and rebukes rbke the Indifferent Indifeent and andlawless and1lea andlawless J
lawless lawlessAljriham 1lea lawlessAbtbam
Aljriham Lincoln the th canonised canoBIM saint saintand aaintand Int Intand
and rainyr Itj of the later Republic RepublicKiadr Republe RepubleKIIe RepublicKiadly
Kiadr KIIe Kiadly earneet brave hi loeeseein oteseetae SMB SMBBirth isenDittli
Bih Birth irf t 1 our r new n Mil Ml the ti an i Srt America Americaof t to seviess seviessof
of o whom w m his groat War ar Secretary Serery standing standingaver 8tDl 8tDlQer standingover
aver his coffin whispered bl He is
cra pre I a man manfor manfor manfor
for the Ue ages ae the th hero her who wh amidst amld the th ool oollisiooB el ell mllistens
listens l IO of opinion aDd the distractions dtriDS of ofwar D oCwar
war lifted lUte up u his hi faith to a sublime sblm and andtrustful andtrustul andtrustful i
trustful trustul reapose re in the th providence podenee of o the theRuler theule theBuler
Ruler ule of Nations XaUos stIous and declared delae Whatever WhateverTihall Whateer WhateerMi Whatevernhall
Tihall Mi appear ar te be b Gods Goc will wi I will wl do
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Ulysses Uy S S Grant Grnt the themrUal martial genius gelu of o his hisage hialse ideage
lse age the th magnanimous matnalimu chieftain cbletla the th con conqueror co coqrr conzuerer ¬
queror qrr of the th tbi rebellion relk as I well wel as of the te
hearts hear of o his hil misguided misuide countrymen 0ntren who whosaid wo whosaid
said Iald to the tie vanquished Dqulsbe Army of Northern NorthernVirginia NorthernVirginia orthernVlr
Virginia Vlr lol Lay Ly down dow your arms arm and go g to toyour toyour toyour
your homes home on your yor parole prlc of boner 00 and andtake anl andtake
take with wih you your horses hr to cultivate cultivateyour cullvt cullvtyonr cultivateyour
your farms tarm but come omenn and take dinner Ilnner withus withus with withus
us bet behre ire you go who wo in his plain fatigue fatiguesuit fatpe fatpefUl fatIguesuit
suit fUl h the te presence prence of o the lordly lord looking lookln looklnLe
Lee Le lighted Ulhte up the night of war with wih the thefcoauty tht thebauty
fcoauty 1laut of a thousand thousn stars star tr and trans transformed transfore rang rangformed ¬
formed fore with wih tho ho boundless bourdle compass cmlon compassion on of ofIs ofBlue
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to get it i good one is to have ImeIt haveit S Sit
it made to your yourmeasure yourmeaure
45 A measure measurerealize meaure meaureSmart measureSmart
Smart men menlcahze menk
k realize lcahze the thefolly te tefolly thefolly
folly of paying payingSDdasrt payingWondrr payingWondcrWhatMcrtz 1
Wondrr WondcrWhatMcrtz Wat 1l ll high 0 0Tyr Oh Prices pricesTuday
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Prices commence at atMertz at 10 10Mertz I 0 0Mertz 1
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his hs h is great gent soul sul the grim gim visage of Mars Into Intothe Intohe
the t he rosylipped roYlpped dlmplexheeked dlmpleeekO child chid of ofpeace otpeace ofeace
peace p eace kindness and forgiveness forgivene who whomade whomade whoade
made m ade Appomattox Appomatox a mount of transflgura transflguraUon trnfsu traasflguraion
Uon ion and himself hlmse a prince pince of peace exem exemplifying eem eempying exemilfying ¬
plifying pying p the divine dtve pcecepts tept of o the Sermon Sermonon Sermonon
on 0 the e3Iout e3IoutTee Mount MountTheso MountThose
Those Tee may my stand std for the uncounted uncountedhosts uncountedhat uncountedboats
hosts hat of t patriots patrots heroes hroes and a martyrs may sol soldiers el eldlcrs eeliem ¬
d iem and sailors
diers salor bivouacked bivoucd on the eternal eternalcamping eternalClng eternalaniping
camping Clng c ground gund who speak spea to us today todayns toay toayns
ns a s only ony the dead de can cn speak Ipoak to t the te living livingexhorting livingxhorting
exhorting exhortng e n u us to t bo true tre to country to up Upold ¬
hold h old the land love in
we her noble exer exertions cer certlons exerIons ¬
Ions to t move movoforrd forward on o her majestic majesticmarch mjetc mjetcmrch majesticarch
march mrch m arch to t duty and destiny desiny Comrades Cmrdes of ofthe o othe ofe
the th e Grand Grnd Army of the Republic Republc surviving eurvlvlngrsoldiers survivingoldiers
oldiers s and sailors siors of bur our u civil cvn war you youdo youdo youo
do d o not need ned these tee examples xales The Te world worldhas word wordhas worldas
has h as witnessed wtnee the te demonstration demonstUon of your yourpatriotism yourpatrotsm youratriotism
patriotism patrotsm p The bronze button you wear wearIs wearthe
Is l the visible vislbledenotcm denotement t of your yu service servicein serice sericein servicen
in I n your ur countrys counts cause uu No o title tte of o honor ionorsheds honorheds
sheds shes s greater geter justra ustre on Its wearer wear and no nodecoration n nderaton noecoration
decoration deraton d ecoration is prouder pruder than tan the te bronze bronzetadge brone bronebdge bronzeadge I
tadge bdge b adge of the Grand Grnd Army of the te Republic RepublicEngland Republc Republicngland
England Englad E ngland has her Royal Ryl Red Cross e France Franceher Fce Fceber Franceer
her h er decoration deorton of of Ufe t Ceglon Lgionot Legionof of Honor HonorGermany HonorGrmany Honorermany
Germany Grmany G ermany her er Iron n JCrogs rosi aB but bu the bronze bronzebadge bronzeadge rze rzebdge
badge bdge b adge of the Grand Grnd Army Arm of the te Republic Republicforged Republc Republcforge Republicorged
forged forge f In freedoms leoms fires fre among thee theegudy these thesegaudy theseaudy
gudy g gaudy symbols symbls shines as a the diamond be DOside beside beide ¬
side s ide the he bloodstone blotone It I Is the crystalliza crystallization ctlia ctliaton cryatalllzaion ¬
tion t ion of
ton libertys lbrtys laboratory laboratoryRut lartor laboratoryBut
But my comrades we are ae sensible that thatwe thatwe thate
we w e now have ii svaIr valff l for the love honor and andgratitude andgttude andratitude
gratitude gttude g ratitude of the te American Aeic people peple We Wehave to tohave c cave
have h ave had another iuoth i war r and ad other patriots patriotshave patriot patriotsave
have h ave rallied Tle round the te flag flu and borne brne It I to tovictory toI toictory
victory vcory v and glory glo But there the will be no nocontroversy nocontrovCTy noontroversy
I controversy controvCTy c among us for there thre will wi be no noclaim nolaim
claim cInm c of precedence It was Napoleon who whosaid whosd whoaid
I proceonce I wa Napleon I
said sd s aid that all soldiers soldier who have been ben hap baptized Op Optze hapized ¬
tized tze t In the te fire fre of battle batle in their countrys countrysdefence cntrs cntrsdetence countrysefence
defence d are ar of equal eual rank rIk The e brave brve boys boyswho bs bswho baysho
who w ho with Dewey Heated llhl up the Bay of ofManila ofanila
Manila Maia M anila with wlt the blaze bla e of their guns gns be before before beore ¬ I
fore f ore breakfast breatat breakfast the e men behind the guns gunswith gns gnswih gunsith
with wih w ith Sampsonaid Sampsojud Schley hley in the waters wters of ofSantiago ofSataJ ofantiago
Santiago SataJ S SampsoUid the theleoes facrocs cr6 who vho glorified gloied San SanJuan an anuan
Juan J uan Hill Himter with 1h their braver brlen bravery and their theirblood theirblo theirlood I
blood blo b lood the thexidrtyrs Tttfityrs of the te IHfated Maine Mainewho aino I
who w ho sleep the dreamless dreles slumber slumbrnot neatb neatbthe neathe I
the te th thw e waters ter of t Havana Havaa Harbor Ibor and the boys bys boysho j I Iwho
who w ho are carrying cmrog the te flag fag to triumph triumphthrough trlumhthrugh triumnhhrough
through thrugh t ts the the thetanglod tangled tnJle wood wo and ad deadly dedl dedlswamps deadlywamps j
swamps s of the Philippines Phippines are all al sharers saers sharersn j I
In ith i n the glory glor of o patriotism atrioUsm and duty duty nd ndthe nde f
the th e deathless deatless gratitude gttudi of ofa a nation laton whose whosahonor whos whoseonor
honor h onor and Sag fag they have upheld upheldThe uvbeldTe upheldThe I
The SpanishAmerican war in the or order order orer ¬
Te SpnlsbAmoricn
der d er of Providence PTvldec 1d dtil not come cme without withoutWeseings I IbleSlng Ilessings
Weseings bleSlng b on its Is wingn wi It has restored rto in inall Inll I
all al a ll sections 5tOD the old union of hearts hear in com common cm cmmon cornon ¬
mon m on love and devotion to country ontry and an d flag llagIt fag flagt
It I I t has h8 made us brethren in the bonds of ofpatriotism ortoUB ofittrIotiszu I
patriotism toUB The The dark ark green gen waters wer of tho thoOttawa thoOtawa thettawa
Ottawa Otawa O ttawa River enter the SL Lawrence Lawrecc and andthe andthe andhe
the t he two tw Fteams R ems flow ow side i by side sd without w1out i jmingling imtglng Iingling
mingling mtglng m ingling their t1elr watorsuatil wtunt they arc ar dashed daahedtogetler dshed dashedogether I
togetler toetler t over thg tl1 rapids pi below bow A rem remnant Tm Tmnant ¬ I Iant
nant n ant of sectional bitterness which stir
vived v heJ lvel the te civil war wr has kept the te North orth a aSouth and andouth
I South S from mlnglg mlnglfg mInglfig In perfect pret sympathy sympathyand sympathynd Dthy Dthyand
and a nd mutual 1tu3 affection to but bt having been beandashed beendshoteher
dashed dshoteher d together over the rapids rpid of the theSpanish tbeSpanlAmcc thepanishAmerican
Spanish SpanlAmcc S panishAmerican American war W all our nobler nober feel feelings feelogs ¬
ings inls f ogs and aspirations a lrtions for country cnt have he mia miahas minge mm mmled
ge g led and a true uniy unity or fntl faith ad and love lovehas loveas
hearts hert h has h as earts been ten reestablished rebUhe in all American Americanhearts Aerl Aerlhert
Honor lonor unit 1111 the th Flair FliifTo Flu Flueoy FlairTo
To every eoy citizen in evory State Sttc the flag flagspeaks ng ngspk flogpecks
speaks spk s a caramon CJlon c mxnon language langge and aD appeals appl to tocommon toommon
common ommon c tangibilities tensbltss of national nioal pride pe peveoerton peideeneration
veneration v and honor It means mesas as our ourPresident ourresident
veoerton a hnor I ml
President Preent P has h well wel said si the same sme thing ia inn mull
all a n sections Btk6 of the country enty and aD we have kaemr havemore
more mr love for our country euDry and mere pea peapie po peeie
pie p ie love our r 8eg fg than tha ever before bfore We real realise rel relIle realze ¬
ise Ile i ze as 8 never before bfore the te truth trut ef General GeneralGordons GeneralGs Generalordons
Gs G Gordons eloquent eloDt utterance uter to a Northern Northernaudience Northernudience 9tlIem 9tlIemautteue
audience autteue a when hn he claimed clam to voice oW the thefeelings thefeln theoeIins
feelings feln f oeIins o o of all al surviving Irh1Bg Coneerte Confederate EO EOdiers rol rol4ers 01 01As
diers 4ers As I stand stnd here e tonight old he hein beIn
in your urprb presence sad aa in tbe tep tbepresmnoe presence nc of oftbe att ofhe
tbe t t he great gre God G who wk k k 1 the th Judge Jue of o us U al alI alprecast
I preseat J at to I you y my honor 1 and an the t boner boacref bonerf
ef 0 o f all surviving Irvio Confederate Cofeate eoWiers e that thatwe tht thtwe thatwe
we are reedy rey to Join j with wt you in waving wavingaloft wavingloft
aloft aft a loft the Stan Sr and Stripes Stp sad aR we Join Joinwith jn jnwik joinwith
with wik you O and ad alt al who lore lve that t flag in 1f dY dYiB cay cayug y ying
ing iB l ug that th 4 hy y Gods GS help J P there ter staB ll never neveree neverosse
come ee c telt one O Hotor b1o stain tla tale that tbt as a asiosg Icnic k as ashe
the th t he ages age remain ren that tht flag f shall sl b the t most mostproud mostproud
proud prou and aD potent pt emblem of o human hun free freedom fr freedorn ¬
dom dlu in all a the th world worldTo wW wWTo worldTo
To ths t noble Di seaOment imet I am a sure Br all allpatriots al allpatriota
patriots p will In be 1 willing wn to add that tt hence henceforth h henceforth ¬
forth ort our or flag 1 of o freedom fe shall l mean hen a the thesame Ut theame
same sm s ame wherever wheer ft t float fu fiesta that tat when wln once oncerigbtfuli oncerIgbtfuli
rigbtfuli planted it shall never be b dis displaced dliplaced ¬
rlgtfuUt plnl I lU ts tsplad
placed plad by b an emblem of despotism tl and aD at atall atal atall
all al times an in n every place it I must stand standfor itandor nd ndfo
tme ao te p m
for fo f or liberty 1 t and u mu Opportunity Utuy for fo J JU just net hu humane h hamane ¬
mane mae and an righteous rlhtC govefameat govefameatMy 8 pavrameaLMy
My countrymen cuntren having hlr in 1f mind mlD the thestandard thestandard
standard stndad of patriotism ptrlet m erected eree in every everytrue eer everytrue
true t American Amr D heart hert is it uncharitable uncharitablete uDarltbe uDarltbeto
to say that atn ne American Am rcan citIzen etz n can c be beinspired benspired
inspired Insire I with wih that at noble Ble sentiment eUmnt who whocannot whocannot
cannot ca send sn his bi love and ad best bt wish wishes to togreet t togreet
greet get the te flag fag of his country cnt whenever wheneverand whenver whenverand wheneverand
and wherever It i floats fOt fl oath In honor symbol symbolising sy symbo1zing ¬ I IIzlng
zing I the pbver per p ver majesty mj6ty justice jlUc and aadrighteousness andrighteouenees i
righteousness r bteu8nes cf c the American AmerIcn Republic RepublicIn Rebi
In every over great gcat crisis crJi in our or history historythere bltory hialorythere I Ithee
there thee have he hn 1 n some sme whose hearts heart and aadhopes andhopes
hopes 0lJCS did not follow the flag fg So S in i tho thopresent thopreent thupresent
present preent crisis there tere are a few who wo are not notfollowing nt ntfoHowlng notfollowing
following Old Od Glory with wih their tir prayers prayersbut pryer prayersbut
but instead Intod are ae sending nding after afer her their theirimprecations teir teirImprecato theirImprecations
imprecations Imprecato unpatriotic unprloUc aspersions aeprs and aadenvenomed andenvenomed
envenomed evenome epithets epithetsEdward eplh epithetsEdward
Edward Bward Everett Eeret was w never ever more me elo eloquent e o oquent ¬
quent than when speaking skin of o those t who whowere whowere
were rending rendlx their tlor Government Govemnt ia tho thocrisis thocrsis thecrisis
crisis crsis of the civil cJ war w he h lifted Hfe his hl band bandand hnd hndatd handand
and said to the ministers the
atd sall th mnle OB O t platform platformbehind platformbehind
behind lln him Tell Telme me ye y ministers mlaiers of the theliving te telving theliving
living lving God Go can c we not o In all al charitable charitableness critbl charitableness ¬
ness nC say y with wi the ti poet peetIs p poetIs
Is there t act D Mtae M me chosea dios curse curseSotae curieSeine
Seine S I hidden thunder th ia i the t stores I of o beaea beaeaRed beeaitegi
Red Re with wO WMXMMMmtmrth ournouconwcu tw Uv W bInd MM d MM MMWho souWho
Who 1 = would owe 01 Us gnatac gvsatoo to his I conabys conabysruwT coontrysruin s sK sI
ruwT ruin > R RI
I do net ne Iayqk f1 qle the Ue wrath t of heaven heavenupon henn hennUla heavenupon
upon Ula those tho I devm m unpatriotic unptri Vengeance Vengeancei Venge
is not n mine but bt I do believe blee they will willhave wi willhave
have Bae their ther judgment ju 9t day and and in II the judi judicatory jui juicto mdieatery
eatery cto of American Americn history histor and American Americanpatriotism Americanpatriotirna ericu ericuptrltby
patriotism ptrltby they will wi b be oe judged judgedIt juge judgedIt
It Is the lesson lesn of the te past pat that when whencitizens whenciizens whencitizens
citizens ciizens who owed we loyal 10al allegiance alece to totheir totlIeir totheir
their country ountr aligned a lge themselves themsle on the thewrong te tewrong thewrong
wrong side and an gave moral morl support suprt to totheir totheir totheir
their countrys counts enemies they not only onlylived onlylived
lived 10 to suffer surer a most m poignant pigant regret reget and andreproach andreproach andreproach
reproach themselves themselve In the bitterness bite of ofremorse otremore ofremorse
remorse remore but bt their posterity pteriy for genera generations goer generations ¬
tions employed employe themselves tbcsltc in wiping the thestain tbestan thestain
stain stan from the te family 1 I I11Hto miy name nameHistorys name namehiistoL
Historys 11Hto hiistoL > > Cmclitl Crclnl HourXow HourNow Hour HourNow
Now my countrymen C n tre as patriotism ptriotsm is ismy Ismy Ismy
my theme it it is i a pertinent pertnet enquiry what whatcommands whatcommas whatcommands
commands commas does It i lay upon upn us in this thi cru crucial cr crucml ¬
cial cia hour of our history hl tor It I is a happiness happinessto
to feel teelaurace assurance that t patriotism ptiotsm and ad na national n astional ¬
tional toD1 morals mols point pint in the same sme direction directionThe direton diretonThe directionThe
The patriotic Jtiote and ad ethical requirements rulrement of oftue ofthe
the tie situation iuation coincide and unite unie in set ¬
lng ting the he compass compns that tht points pint the way w we weare weare weare
are to steer ia the ocean cen of time tme that is isopening 15opening isopening
opening before bfore us us Nor are we to t bede bedeterred bee beeterred bedoterred
terred by fear fer of rough rugh seas s storm stor or
tempest tempet It J is i not lO 1lcit the t tli let least among theglorie the theglories theglories
glories glorie of n American patriots ptriots that at they the were werenever werenever werenever
never daunted by difficulties dlmclUe Dangers Danger are ae areincentives
incentives to t the heroic and we have bve nev never ne neer nevor ¬
er achieved acieved so successfully sceul and so s grand grandly gand gandly grandIT
ly as n when most beset by them The re dark darkperiod drk drkperio dar darperiod
period in our history through which
perio histor though wh we wepassed wepassed wepassed
passed a generation generton ago was wa a necessity ucesly In Inthe I Inthe
the providence of God Go In working works out the thenations thenalons thenations
nations nalons destiny detny It I was wa vthe te shadow shatow by bywhich bywhich bywhich
which the sun of American Amerccvlzton Amerccvlztonmarked civilization civilizationmarked civilizationmarked
marked Its Is advance on the tf th iial ia1 plate of ofhistory otblstor ofhistory
history blstor Formidable Foridabe events event put ut the na naHono natioito
tioivto Hono a formidable forldnblo alternative ateratve the tehor tehorror hor horrors hnrtars ¬
tars ror of miasma mia or the fury fur of the blast blat
Said Victor Hugo For oak
Sid every struck struckwith struckwith strucitwith
with lightning lghtning how many forests foret are ae rca rendered rcadered en endered ¬
dered wholesome wholesoe whnlesotneV The Te storm came ce Be ¬
hind the visible work was was the Invisible Invisiblethe
the former barbarous barbous tbe latter laterublme laterublmeunder sublime sublimeunder sublimeUnder
under a scaffolding scafolding of war w was wa reared rar a
temple of human freedom In I the te terrible terible
darkness of that tht dlsgulso dlsgio there tero came ce lu luminous luminous lutntnous ¬
minous and enduring
blessings to the thecountry thecuntr I Icountry
country cuntr The treasure teureSsunk sunk and the pre preTyi preMEN prolvi
iUClN MEN Tyi lvi pjvj M KMnqr 1e UouWe touble preys upon
Lbs th min md mind discourages duge pey upn imd And
AND AN AMI D l lesion = S a ambition beauty beautyre
adm el
vigor and cheerfulness n sacs I
W WOMEN 0 EN diPPer b te kne
11 are re out ot of ord = r or dueased
For pleasing plesg results rlt use u Dr Kilmers SwampRoot ds
the great kidney remedy At drureistt SwpRoot
geat kdey At Eaiapli
botU btUe bottle by mall ml free fr reme also a pamphlet dg Spl
pmphlet
Address Adde Dr Dc Kilmer Xm Co C Binchaaiton Bihtn N X T Y Z
clous lives lve lost were stepping ste pl g stones by bywhich bywhich bywhich
which tho nation naton rose roe from a a lower to a ahigher ahighe ahigher
higher highe civilization cIJton Those To who ho went down downto downto downto
to death dettt that the te nation nalon might mght live lve served servedell sered seredGeU servedweU
GeU ell their teir day and generation generaton Their Theirdeath Theirdeat Theirdeath
death deat was a ministry minist for good god For ev every eve cvcry ¬
cry e loyal lo lorm fo rttfel = that fell beneath beneth the blood bloodred blO bloodred
red stroke stke of battle batte a hundred hundre blessings blessingsrose blessingsrose
rose rse In shapes sbpe of fraternity frteriy charity chrity and andloyalty andloyaly andThyalty
loyalty loyaly to walk wak the world and ad bless bles It Itand itnnd itand
and every eer tear that a sorrow sow dropped droppe upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the graves grave of the dead shed a sweet swet bene benediction benedicton benediction ¬
diction dicton upon the living lving This Ti Is the te lesson lessonof lesn lesnor lessonof
of the past and ad it teaches tecbenot not to be af affrighted affrighted f ffrighted ¬
frighted at the seeming seming magnitude of dif difficulties dlflcu1tes ditficultien ¬
magtude
ficulties lcu1tes that loom in the th twilight tight future futurepatriots futurePatriots
Patriots patriots trot do not stop to take he dimensions dimensionsM dimensionsdngers
tf M dangers dngers with ith calculating clculatnge exactness ctne when whenduty whenduty whenduty
duty and ad country command commandThe command commandThe
The initial Inital movement movemet against aginst the Span SpanIsh Spanish SpanIsh
Ish power pwex in Cuba was ws inspired by the thegrandest thegrandet thegrandest
grandest grandet purpose puroe that tat ever e moved a na naUpn nalpn natlpn
Upn lpn to t arms arms We struck stck the blow low In the thename thename thename
name of liberty lbery justice jusice and i d humanity humanityand humaiy humaiyInd humanityand
and Ind it I cannot cnnot fail tal to be b regarded rrde r rded In tie tiedispassionate te tedispassonate the thedispassionate
dispassonate dispassionate judgment of mankind makind as a one oneof on onot oneof
of the te few totally otly disinterested dsterested 1tess 1tessnnd stainlessand stainless stainlessand
and wholly wholy virtuous acts act recorded rored In Inhu Inhuman hu human human ¬
man history 11sti It I sounded sounde like rhapsody
but It was wa not when hen Edward Edwad Everett Hale Haledeclared Haledeclnrd Haledeclared
declared declnrd that in one hundred days God Godhad Godhad
had ad set forward fornrdthe the civilization cviition of tha thaworld thJworld th3world
world one hundred years yearsThat year yearsThat
That That events under a 1 higher guidance guidancethan gidance gidancetban guidancethan
than our own carried cared us to 1 a point we did didnot didnot didnot
not see from trm the beginning bgnning does dos sot ot lessen lessenour lessenour lessonour
our responsibility responibity It I is characteristic characteristc of ofImportant ofImportnt ofImportant
Important Importnt enterprises entrrise to lead ted to results resut not notcontemplated notcontemplated notcontemplated
contemplated in the initial steps 6tpS War Warnever Warnever Warnever
never leaves a nation ntion whereat whorli finds fds it It I Icherish Icherish Icherish
cherish the hope expressed cxpresed by by another that thata tat tata
a providential providental hand lanO gloved glove fn 1n n the smoke smokeof smokeot smokeof
of battle bntte is leading us out ot G our isolation isolationon lslnton lslntonon
on to a moral elevation elevaton where here we can cn see seemore seemore seemore
more clearly lely the te pointing polnlng of the to finger fner of ofduty otduty ofduty
duty and ad destiny detny and from tom which wbch a I wider wideroutlook wideroutlook Ider Ideroutook
outlook outook will wi open opn a view of the way we weare weare weare
are to go g as the evnnga ernge evangel of o liberty lbrty the themessenger themesenger themessenger
messenger mesenger of civilization cvizaton and hope ope to the theinhabitants theInhabitnt theInhabitants
inhabitants Inhabitnt of our insular Insula possessions possessionsNow psesions possessionsNow
Now what hat are the te ethical ehl l requirements requirementsof reuirement
of the te situation slunton wih which every ever patriotic patrioticconsideration patotc patotcconslderton patrioticconsideration
consideration conslderton coincides cincde8 Plainly to t hold holdthe holdthe holdthe
the title lUe sovereignty soorelbtand and control of our ournew ournew ournew
new possessions In trust tt far civilization civilizationand clvlzaon clvlzaonand civilizationand
and discharge discage the duties dutes which dominion dominionand dominon dominonandrponslblty dominiontnd
and andrponslblty responsibility Impose to give gve the poo poopie lo lopIe paopIe
pie the largest lart liberty Ubery and ad the te freest tret guy governmont g guycimmant
ernmont ermont their condition condIton will i admit admi of to tomake tomake tomake
make conditions on lton as favorable tarble as a possible possiblefor poible poiblefor possiblefor
for the growth gwth of intelligence In talgence integrity integrityand integty integtyMd integrityand
and honest honet living lvlng and teach teh them the self selfcontrol sel selfcontrol
control contol obedience obeience to law and the th lie princi principles principles priactplea ¬
ples of selfgovernment selfgovernmentIn selgovermet
In the te performance peroa of these th8 duties dutes and andthe andthe andthe
the fulfillment tulflment of these theCe obligations oblgtons the na national nn10nal notional ¬
tional 10nal honor Is involved jnvoo The eyes eye of the theworld theworld theworld
world arc upon upn us u and for the character characterof charcter charcterof
of our conduct wo must answer anwer to the te de deliberate de do doliberate ¬
liberate lberte dent judgment of enlightened enIghtee Christen Chrisen Christendent
TLc Greater VA Vnshiington blDJtOD
I When I contemplate cnttmpate the te supremacy 1uPemcy of ofthat otthat
that that t hat lofty lofy standard sndr of patriotism ptrfot whl which whichrill
rill 1 guide gie our footsteps toUop in 1f the le sure Mre path pathway pt pathway ¬
I way y to national oUou1 duty and an honor a n vision visionof fn
of ineffable Inefable splendor Sleaor bursts or upon upn my imag imagination img imgI ¬
ination I I see se this tis Republic Repbe in I the van vanguard va vagad vanguard ¬
guard gad ef o the world standing 8lng distinctly dJincty for forhumanity forhumaiy
humanity humaiy liberty Ubery justice jee and a progress progressthe prges prgeste
the te eseeetial oHetk1 principles plDpe of Western Teter civil civilization el eli civilration ¬ I
i ration iton f advancing advog is harmony hany with 1t that thatprovidential tht thtpetl
petl providential order orr by which whih all al races mo are areat a
at last It to come ce under a higher hlJker social socialregime la
j regime rgl I see H the t extension eteD of oar or Ian laaj l
j guage gae our literature lttur our or laws laM our or insti instii iU iUhd
i unions hd and our otr eommer e eommereqve tjqvejj v ltbe the vast vastcpacos Y6t
spaces of the earth and tae ltd ISIandO lfta4s of the thowith thesee
ipc o te ort a t to tos
s see 1 se see the gre greatso America wielding ieldlnc ieldlncth
with th a just and ao benevolent lt hand b ler aer er gieat gieatsupremacy gret I
J supremacy uproIcy mistress mstre of o the sea M holding holdingthe JWluj
I the sceptre re of commercial cmeial aad aD financial financialempire iD aanclai
empire I see s the tl reaHsatioa relt of Q the te dream dreamof dram dramof dreamof
of patriots pt and the aspiration apMtin of statesman statesmanthat stale0I1 staesatnthat
that tat oar or country C through tm its USfla social po political I ¬
liel litical and aB commercial cMm influence Il ee should shouldbecome ld ldbe
become be the te means m of diffusing dUI1slDg civilization civilizationamong elizn I Iag
among ag the th backward bkwad peoples pa in the te oceanic oceanicspaces pel
spaces Sp to the th west wet of o us U as well wel as those thoseon tho thoseon II
on the shores of Asia I see a people
aon o Aa s popl
meeting m lo their ther measureless mlele responsibilities responsibilitiesfollowing
following folon the tb pointing ptl of o the rbiU1 finger fr of o duty dutyand dutyand
and destiny ctny with wlh a profound poun sense a of their theirobligation t toIJa theirobligation
obligation oIJa to those t ethical aie pdaces riae > es e which whichconstitute wblc
constitute tut that righteousness rgb which lIle exalts exaltsnation exaltshrntionL I
nation ua never forgetting that man is ismore ismore I IJDOCe
more than nature that wisdom is 1 moro morothan 0 I It I Ithee
than t glory that virtue rtue i more than do dominion doI doIminion dominion ¬
minion of 0 the sea sea and that jastice j rstice is I the thosupreme
supreme good goodI
I see American valor commemorated in iaa ina ina I
a magnificent monumental memorial ateaenalbridge nal1Hidge memorialbridge
bridge connecting the Capital with beast beautiful beaatltl beastmi ¬
ful consecrated Arlington the natteas JIAtksWalhalla nstl s sValhalla j
Walhalla I see our Capital City the in intellectual iOteUectU81 intellecteal ¬
tellectual aDd educational as H well as the thepolitical t1tttpolitical thepolitical
political centre of a continent ooRtiDeateIDMdytug ooRtiDeateIDMdytug1ft embodying embodyingin
in her public edifices ecU ees the jraUest intel intellectual Inlelleetual Intelleetuil ¬
lectual sad patriotic conception n of Amen American Amencan erl erleo ¬
can art aad architecture I see her herttoMi h T R1 R1tkoMI axtkni
ttoMi galleries of o history aSSart her be la iBstlculloM Insti I Istl
stl stlculloM utfoBS ot law ra medicine dieine and theology theologyher j
her temples of science surpassing ia S the theamplitude i iamplitude
amplitude of their resources Te ourC t for knowledge knowledgeau j jany I I Iany
any au the world holds elsewhere 1 see her herNational i iNational
National Museum rivaling IL architectural architecturalsplendor architecturalpIeDder
I Isplendor
splendor its Roman prototype protot I see bar torExecutive lHrExecutive barExecutIve
Executive Mansion commensurate with tue tuerank j jrank
rank and dignity of the Reiublic R lublle crown crowning crownIDg
log her Palatine hill and surpassing crownI In Inartistic j jartistic Iarttette I
artistic excellence the palace ot the theCaeoare theCaeMrs theCaeoars >
Caeoare all conceived sad executed by byAmerican byAmerican I IAmerican
American intelligence sad patrfotisc is 8 a amemorial j jmemorial Imemo
memorial memo rl l of Amorican progress In the nine ntoetetUJth ninetoeath j
teeath century centuryI
I see a people who Teaerate and emu emulate emtllate ernalate ¬
late the example of the herein patriotism I Ifrf Icf
frf their history who every year pay bon homage Jaonage bonage ¬ I
age as we do today to the memory mem of oftheir oftheir
their elr martyrs who did their toty < sad ac accepted accepted socopied ¬
cepted death a people who so love their theircountry theiroouDtry theirooiiatry I
country for which those martyrs died that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the common prayer a ascending from every everyheart eeryhMrt everyheart
heart and hearth and home IB all the land landis landis
is Dear country min ml mine xoayet thou be beoh beob beili I
oh ili land noble and pure as thou art free freeaad freeand freeand
and strong so shalt thou lift z light for forall forall forall
all the world and for all time timeCommander UmeCommu timeComianiiler
Commander Commu lcr SIayJ SInban Slaybaughs > nns2 i H Tribute TrllmtcCommander TrihuteCommanMor TributeCommander
Commander Steybaugfae address H re was wasbrief Usbrier wasbrief
brief but the veteran spoke with much muehfeeling muchfeeling muchfooling
feeling He said saidToday saidToday saidToday
Today a nation naUoorenciers renders homage to its itssoldier Ussoldier itssoldier
soldier dead The scenes before us are arebeing Brebeing arebeing
being enacted in every village and hamlet hamletAnd ham1lnnd hamletand
And on every hillside aad in every valley valleyof ll valleyof
of this broad land The graves of the mon monthan moruthan martthan > I
than 12 1 IOdOO OWO of the Union dead of oour our ourgreat ourgreat
great civil strife augmented by those so sorecently sorecently surecently J
recently made in humanitys cause are arebeing arebeIng
being strewn with Ith the offerings of a grate grateful grateful gratehit ¬
ful and appreciative people The day is issacred IsMcrcd issacred I
sacred to the memory of o those who in the thestrength tbestrength thestrength
strength and vigor Igor of o their youthful man manhood manhood manhood ¬
hood rescued our beloved country from the thehands thehands thehands
hands of the destroyer d They are the men menwho menwho menwho
who eliminated from the mind of all all allidea all1dea allidea
idea of otn a a confederacy of States cemented cementedwith cementedwith
with Ith their blood the Union into Intoa si compact compactInseparable compactInsoparable compactinseparable I
Inseparable whole and settled for all time timeIhe timethe timethe
the question whether this notion tiou shouldenduro should sbu1dendure shauldendure
endure endureNot enduroUNot J JNot
UNot Not alone nor chiefly ort account account of oftheir ofthalr oftheir
their bravery are their deeds d G embalmed In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the hearts of the living llvl S hut butJt butit It Is because becauseof becahseof
of the thetranscerroent transcendent issues lsS tse ea i finally deter determined determined determined ¬
mined by their valor Jhat hat th their Ir fame will willnever willnever willnever
never die They formed the greatest army armythat armytbat
that ever marched to the drumbeat dr of ofduty otduty ofduty
duty and d battled for the thegtMluest grandest cause causeever causeeer causeever
ever submitted to the tribunal l of war warTheirs warTheirs warTheirs
Theirs was the supreme duty the superla superlative tuperlafive up6rlalive ¬
live privilege of perpetuating our match matchless matlhless matchless ¬
less Republic of makfng it It in fact fact as it ithad Ithad itbad
had been in name the land bndo of the free freeand freeaoo freeand
and In thus making It truly tru1 free fr they theymade theymude theymade
made it truly great greato greatThe V VTho
The o unrivaled progress and an develop development development development ¬
ment of our country during the five ftnd en
thirty years since Appomattox are the
fruits of their heroism The unparalleled unparalleledachievements unparalleledachievements unparalleledachievements
achievements on land and on sea seaat at Ma Manila MaDlIn Manun ¬
nun and Santiago > as It were but yester ¬
day daybY by our younger comrades comradeswith with us to today today today ¬
day loved and honored as ourselves ourselveswere ourselveswerepossible ourselveswere ourselveswerepossible were werepossible
possible only because of victory in that thatgrcatej tlaltgrcatel thatgreatci
grcatej struggle The great honor BO sig signally uignally Ig Ignany ¬
nally won by these younger heroes of o tav taving iav saving iaving
ing advanced our nation to jts ts present pre preeminent Irceminent pm pmeminent ¬
eminent position among the greatest of ofearth ofearth ofearth
earth was attainable only because of those
four long and terrible years of o blood and andtears andtears
tears back In the 60s While theirs has
been tho proud distinction of causing our ourcountrys ourcountrys ourcountrys
countrys flag to float from the highest highesteminence h1shestemInence highesteminence
eminence of national greatness that hat dis distinction dIstinction ¬
tinction Is eiihanced and exalted because becausethrough
through those tears and that blood It re retains retaIns retains ¬
tains all of Its Itsonglnal original beauty and glory
and possesses now the additional lustre ot otbeing otbeing otbeing
being indeed In eed the flag of the frae fraeIn fr e euln
uln In view therefore of the transcendent transcendentIssues tronscendentS8UeS transcendentissues
Issues S8UeS finally finl ly determined T by > y their valor valorand rnlorand valorand
and the results due to te the successful ter termination termlnntlon terminatlon ¬
mination of that great struggle how pre preeminently pre preeminently proeminently ¬
eminently fitting that one day of the year yearbe yearbe yearbe
be set apart and nd devoted by the th loyal liv living IIvJng livlog ¬
log to pay tribute to the heroic dead The TheIncreasing TheIncreasing
Increasing Interest In the day and an its ob observance ob observance ohservance ¬
servance Indicates how tenderly the pat patriotic patrloUc patriotic ¬
riotic heart of the American people cher cherishes cherIshes cherishes ¬
ishes the memory of those who offered offeredtheir offeredtheir offeredtheir
their all that the nation might live And Andsad Andsad Andsad
sad Indeed will it bo for that people If Ifthe irthe itthe
the time should ever come cOme when they tall faUto tallto failto
to reverence the day or permit its mem memories memnrles merncries ¬
cries to fade into oblivion oblivionThe obllvlonTb oblivionTb
The Tb tumult and the shouting dies diesThe diesThe diesThe
The capUlus and the kings depart departStill departStill departEtlu
Still stands their holy sacrifice sacrificeAn lSlerificeAn sacrificetn
An humble and heroic If1Oic heart heartLord heartLord hcartLord
Lord Cod of Hosts Ilost be vith rUb u us yet yetLest yet yetLest
Lest we forget lest we forget forgetMr Io forgetMr t tlUr
Mr Cantles AllilresM AllilresMCnpU XddrelulCapl tldrasa tldrasaCapt
CnpU H H A A A Castle In his hl3addr address addressamong addressamong S3 S3nmonf
among other things1 said saidThis sidThis snidtThis
This historic Arlington A1 lngt n Is our grand granfiPantheon gran granPantheonprecious grandPantheon
Pantheon Pantheonprecious precious to t patriotism forever as asthe asI asthe
the Testing place of 1men mea en who were priests priestsn priestsk1
I
k1 11 the temple of freedom and princes in inj Inthe
j the kingdom of glory Here silent granite granitej graniteahafte
j shafts speak tuneful tunetulas as the song of 1m 1mHere 1mmortallty immortality
mortality upon the lips or cberublm cberublmHere cherubintHere
Here a countrys care car cars Is lavished to preserve preserethe
the venerable and beautify the beautiful beautifulHere booutll1lHere beautifulHere
Here posterity pays pa grateful grz tetul homage o ovalor ovalor
valor all the white lilies in whose crest crestsprang crestslung crestslmaug
sprang from a scarlet scariet dew dewHere dewuHere dewHere
uHere Here as everywhere it Is fit that In Intributes Intributes intributes
tributes paid to those who nobly died they theyshould theyshould theyshould
should not be forgolten who In the same samesublime samesublime sameSublime
sublime crisis testified their willingness s to
die Shoulder to shoulder they marched marchedand marchedand
and fought and conquered Some were ta taken ta taken taken ¬
ken and the others left Those who re remained remained remaineI ¬
mained lifted by solemn consecration have havekejt havekeit
kejt inviolate in war and peace the faith faithof faithof
I of Lincoln pure as the holy grail grailThe gratlThe grailThe
i The surviving veterans of the Union Unionspecial UnIonI Unionsrecial
I special s trustees of an exalted mission have haveborne ha haveborne 8 8I
borne for thirtyfive years their full share sharein shareIn Jarein
I in perpetuating this high resolve re lve that their theircomrades theirI theircomrades
comrades should not have perished use uselessly use uselessly useieeely ¬
I lessly They bave supplemented honorable honorablemilitary honorablemllftary honorablemilitary
military service by adherence to elevated elevatedideals elevatedIdeals
ideals of citizenship And whatever the thopresent thepresent theprosent
Ild000s present may lack In recognition of the pu purity purity purfty ¬
rity of their motive the sanctity ot their theircause theircause theircause
cause and the completeness or their tri triumph trIumpb ml mlumph ¬
umph they exultantly leave to time to toGod toGod toGod
God and to history historyWhen historyWhen historyWhen
When the mementos which mistaken mistakenzeqlj3 mlt2ken7ooLJs mistakenzeoUs
zeqlj3 building to commemorate forgiven forgivenerror forgivenerror forgivenerror
error are ground to tonguoloes tOl1 Uoees dust 11u the thegrandeur thegrandeur
grandeur of their exploits will be aa aug augmenting augmeDUDg an anmeeting ¬
meeting marvel marvelTheir mrelTheir marvelTheir
Their record since the wars auspicious acsJMelousclosebos auspiciousclose auspiciousclose
close closebos has been an apotheosis of the Ameri American American Anserican ¬
can volunteer la all lines of worthy effort effortthey effortthey effortthey
they have done mens part in the work of ofthe otthe ofthe
the world In spite of Woo and infir infirmities Jnfirmltie Infirmities ¬
mities 35 per cent of them have been bee sac successful S1ICcul sacaseful ¬
cessful e in the battle of life lifeless less than 3 3per 3C4tat Ier
p per er coat have been wholly dependent upon uponpublic uponpultlic uponublic
public p ublic benevolence for support supportIn s supportIn PflOrt PflOrtrn
In every sphere of honorable activity activitythey activitythey activityhey
they t hey bave left their ahlalng mark They Theybave The ThebaTe Theyave
baTe h ave toiled OB the lie farm at the forge in inthe 10the Iathe
the counting house They have pane peaepled JeIMtraled panerated
rated our vast Western plains and pee peeIliad peeled
pled p led them they have constructed trans transcontinental traDSI traitsoitinental ¬
continental eo c UneDtal railways and managed them tkacxthey themthe thenuthey
they the have built great cities and BDdmed4t made them themprosperous themprosperau themroeperoac
prosperous p They have stood In the pul pulpit pulpit putit ¬
pit p it and occupied the bench they have bavereached haveraehed haveeached
reached r Congress the t e Senate Se ate the Cab Cabinet Cabnet Cabet ¬
net net n et Governorships the Presidency Pre ldencyevery Presidencyeveryresident ldencyeveryPreident every everyPresident
President P save one elected since Ifitt Ifitthad 1ii4had i i iad
had h ad been a Union soldier soldierThey soldierThey dler dlerThey
They have on an average and in the theagregate theagrecate thegregate
agregate a refunded as taxes mere than thanthe tJtanthe thanthe
the amount of o their army an y par pa aDd their theirproductive theirprocI theirroduetive
productive procI p roduetive etfYe labor hasMd Ms hsaidded added d more to the thesatloaal thenaUoBl theational
satloaal n wealth than the total cost ef the t thewar e eWar j
war i iIa
WarIII Ia the face of this Ju luminous record the thead j
sad s ad and sour II llr jieJplia tIoa critic vainly rave raveand raveaad ravend
and a nd rail A Country which accepts such suchdevotion suckdeotloo suchevotion I
devotion d and sacrifice will w l never falsify falsifyits UyIta falsifyts
its I ts pledges nor falter in its gratitude 1
have t through fraternal M MpnlzatJoaa otanizatloas
gaaizaUons g anizatloas evolved a moral toe a a ra rational maional ¬
tional 11 t public spirit a ragard r for or l JaW JaWIeMleDCe w wa sod sodreverence
a reverence for the flag that neither this thisnation iIIDatlon thinnation
nation nor any other ever knew before beforeIn beCCMeIn beforen
In I n the hard school ofyotftbf ot yostblvl l army ar vi vicissitudes vicinaitudea i iciuiWdeti ¬
cissitudes they learned priceless tescs tescsiy lessees JegeuAnd lesseesAnd
And the respect PIt gkd by iy uasetfish 6ekaer 6ekaertee ser service icrrice ¬
vice in tiweef u ieee r the oetiauys cetx irya s vital need has hasleavened huleaeaecl haseavened
leavened l the whole continent with wi their theirpatriotism t eirpatrW theirbiui
patriotism patriotismThis patrW patrWTJaIa biui biuiThis
This patriotism is mare than a senti asatimeat sentiiKenL ti timent
meat It Is J as insfdraUaa I insdmatlas a living It aa aaiaaaUBg uImaUng anhasting
iaaaUBg spirit Not ia 1 the fetal alamo at atcites f fcites tcitel
cites citel reekng with pestilence pe aDd pollution poll polltJoR pollu poitatics ¬
tics is this ti s blessed spirit nurtured Jllirtuledbut nurturedbutout but butout
out 9 t on onMow broad Ad prairt prairfec w whore ere fresh breezes br4WU8t breezestiCW
Mow t and aelear clear waters Merg run and where the thegree thebTeeB tit titgreen
gree green ef the grass grad and gold and crimson crimsonof
of Sewers lie mirrored mirror ia the melted blue Woeof blueof blueCf
of the sky up in high free rr e mountains mountainswhere IB04IlItaiAswhere mountainswhere
where splinters cliffs of oC granite dare the thefury theW theurl
fury f W url of lightning and sierra down hy It the theriver OMrher theriver
river sides where here flyisg shuttles and andwhirring aBdwhirring andwhirring
whirring saws are working out under mans manssTdllfil manss1dlUTIl manssk11ifti
sTdllfil hand his daathk6 doom of toil toilover tolloyer toilover
over in classic halls halblwheie where science with its itsfinger itsa Itsfinger
a finger ec or the arteries of the universe is istelline JsteUhg Istolling
tolling off its pulsobeats to listening listeningthrongs listeningthrongs
throngs across In temples of worship W9ralalpwhere worshipwhere worshipwhere
where a divine evangel is speaking hope hopeand hopeand hceeand
and mercy to the sinners groaning heart hearthere hearthere hearthere
here and there Del wherever avenues to tothe tothe tothe
the expanding mind are open to the ingress ingressof logressof ingressof
of holy truth this spirit comes and grows growsand gr8Sand growsand
and sways lifting even the dullest as the thesong tlteIODg theog
song og note lifts the lark whose nest is in inthe inthe intho
the furrow but b t whose w o home is in the sky skyHere skyHere skyHere
Here it finds welcome and everywhere everywherewhispering everywherewBisperiBg everywherewhispering
whispering In the breezes laughing in the thecascade thecaseede thecaseade
cascade rearing in the thunder singing singingin
in the millwheel shooting sItoaU IB the acbooi acbooiroom ichoolroom
room pleading IB the t e sanctuary it speaks speaksonu speaksone
one message ia a thousand llld tongues toosueIt it Is Issweet lasweet issweet
sweet and honorable to die for our coon country C9Untry coontry ¬
try tryLet
Let no man dare assert that the North Northfought XorthoUht Northtought
fought for conquest c er thaCthe South was wasshorn wassborn wasshorn
shorn of her birthright The soldiers of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Union fought to preserve for their theirmistaken theirmistaken theirmistaken
mistaken adversaries a princely heritage heritagethey heritagethey heritagethey
they would have blindly forfeited It was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not for the vanquished a defeat it was wasthe wastbegrcatest wasthe
the tbegrcatest greatest victory of the ages In spite spiteof spiteot spiteof
of themselves in opposition to their brav bravest bravest brayest ¬
est endeavor they were forced to accept accepta
a bountiful share of the opportunities opportunitieswhich opportunitieswhlcbare opportunitieswhich
which whlcbare are a perpetual possession of o those thosewho thosewho thosewho
who inherit inherit this affluent beautiful land landThe landThe landThe
The soldiers of the Union fought for the theexact theexact theexact
exact measure of fraternity equal rights rightsmutual rightsmutual rightsmutual
mutual respect and consolidated power powerwhich powerhich powerriuich
which hich we now see realized They fought foughtnot foughtnot ougbtllit
not to reduce their opponents to vassal vassalaje Vassalal vassalsize
size al e but to restore them to citizenship ctUzenshlpOur citizenshIpOur
Our Republic is awaking to a sense of ofIts otIts ofIts
Its power and that power Involves in increased increased ¬
creased responsibility There are ills and andfaults andunIts andfaults
faults and failings but there abundant abundantvirtue abundantvirtue abundantrirtue
virtue to overcome overcome them We e are the thegreatest thegreatest thegreatest
greatest richest freest freest happiest happl st people peopleon
on earth today Perhaps the time has come comewhen comewhen comewhen
when we can no longer sit sit rioting in inthe Intile Inthe
the selfish enjoyment ot those good things thingswhile thingswhile thingswhile
while the world is filled with groans of oftho ortho ofthe
tho oppressed and sorrowing It may be bethat bethat
that we must now give up some someot of our ourwealth ourwealth
wealth to succor others that we must mustsuffer mustsuffer
suffer in order that others may Deliber Deliberated be liber liberated liberated ¬
ated If such be the demands of the age ageand ageand agoand
and the occasion we will respond to the thesummons thesummons thesummons
summons with strong arms and manly
hearts
MUM IS TIlE WORD WORDThe 1ORDThe VOItDThe
The Ccnnns Man UnI Will Soon Be Around Aronndto ronntl ronntlto
to Asia Hk a Few Questions About AboutVoamclC AboutioJu AboutSonraeif
VoamclC VoamclCSerae SonraeifSeveic ioJu elf elfSeToe
Serae penalties arc a established for fo the pun punishment punishment punihtnent ¬
ishment of any betrayal betra a1 ot f information received receivedVf rcceivcdl receivedt
Vf t the enumerator Whatever you tcU him himis him himis htois
is a confidence between beteenyou you and the Government Cevernmentand Governmentand I Iand
and be is merely the apparatus through throu h which whichthe whichthe i ithe
the desired information passes If he is false falseformation falseto falseto
to his trust and repeats 10 any person rson any In Information information
formation received in in the performance of his hi
duties he htmay may be fined 500 upon conviction He Hecannot 1Iec1UI10t liecannot
cannot even take anyone with him while making
his rounds except another census offlce ee cm cmploy tmJ tmenE onploye
ploy ploye J enE Every Zl precaution fna to protect r ee eei thegiuMic th thhas sb sbaround
has been taken The census nan will i soon be bearound i iaround
around and it be oths ska 61 you if you drink beer beertell beertell beertell
tell him yes do not liedUto to let him know knowthat bowtbat knowthat
that it is Heuricha Maerzen Senate or Lager LagerYou LagerYou
You need not hesitate ta also to acquaint your yourf yourfricndt
tl tlutowiU utowiU
f fricndt on a nf of the h fact f t fHaf bat you TY1T1 drink rjrtr Ileurichs 17 J JbeCluse i u ubecause
because Maerzen Sertaie mt and Laser Are the purest purestand purestand purestand
and most wholesome wh esome pev enDgS rag 6 brewed ia the
United States States and they haw ha ibe beet t analytic analyticrecord nnalJticrecord analyticrecord
record at the Agricultural AgricultumlDcartmeot Department of all
beers Phone Pho GU B4 Arlington Aryrcton Iwiiing Co for fora f fora < r rJ
a case sal drink a real food Leer
f THE llll VBTERANS PARAllE PARAllEHeroes ARABIIheroes
Heroes of Two Wars Escorted E corted by byDistrict byDistrict byDistrict
District Militiamen MilitiamenGrnnd IliitlaincaGrand MilitiamenGrand
Grand Army Men JIarCfr Uar Through TltroagkSome TluoughSome ThroughSome
Some of the Principal 1 > r1a lpal Thorough Tboraaclifnren Thoroughfares Thorounhfares
fares and Then Proceed r ceed to Arling Arlington trlinirton rllng rllngtoo ¬
ton to Take Tak Take Part p t In the Exer Exercic ExerellH Examciacs
cic ciacs at the Rational atlonal Cemetery CemeteryIn
In accordance with their usual custom customthe tU1tomthe Cuttointhe
the Department of the th Potomac Potomac Grand GrandArmy GrandArmy GrandArmy
Army of o the Republic opened the memo memorial memorial memona ¬
rial na exercises In honor of their departed departedcomrades departedcomrades departedcomrades
comrades with a parade At an early hour hourthis hourthis hourthis
this morning the various commands of tho thodepartment thodepartment thedepartment
department began to assemble In the theneighborhood theneighborhood theneighborhood
neighborhood of the headquarters on n Penn Pennsylvania Penn1J13n1a Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania Avenue with the right of the line lineresting lineresting lineresting
resting on Fifteenth Street Promptly tJy at
10 oclock the battlescarred battle d veterans of oftwo oftwo oftwo
two wars headed by a squadron of mount mounted mounted mounted ¬
ed police and escorted by the Fifth Bat Battalion DattaHon Battalion ¬
talion of the District of Columbia National NationalGuard NationalGuard NationalGuard
Guard under command of Major 3 B D DSimms DSimms DSi
Simms Si = z moved up Fifteenth Street for thetshort thelshort thet thekabort
short parade paradeberori before going to Arlington to toconduct toconduct toconduct
conduct the ceremonies over the graves of ofthose ofthose ofthose
those who lo died In defence of o the Union UnionAlong UnionAlong UnionAlong
Along Fifteenth < Street the Imposing pa pageant 1ageant pageant ¬
geant moved to Pennsylvania Avenue Ave Due to toJackson toJackson toJackson
Jackson Place to H Street along H to toTwelfth 10Twelfth toTwelfth
Twelfth Street down Twelfth Street to toPennsylvania toPennsylvania
I Pennsylvania Avenue to Thirteenth Street Streetto Streetto Streetto
to B Street At this point the parade dis disbanded disbanded dinbanded ¬
banded and all of the theTetenms veterans took special specialelectric specialelectric specialelectric
electric trains for Arlington to participate participatein
in the exercises exercisesAlong excrclesAlong exercisesAlong
Along the line of o march the old vet veterans vetcrass et eterans ¬
crass erans as well el1 as those from the Spanish SpanishAmerican SpantehAmmican SpanishAmerican
American war were received with rounds roundsof ronnd ronndor roundsof
of applause as asthecrowds the crowds who lined the thesidewalks thesIdewalks thesidewalks
sidewalks watched the blueclad blu ud fathers fathersand fathersand fathersand
and eons marching behind tho Stars and andStripes andStrIpes andStripes
Stripes StripesThe StrIpesThe StripesThe
The makeup of the line was waias as follows followsthe tOUOW9the followsthe
the veterans marching in sections of eight eightDetachment e1ghtDe eightjPetnchment
Detachment De hmentot of mounted police officerof the theday they theday
day y and aides Fifth Battalion D C N G GMaJ Gaj GMaj
MaJ aj Richard D Simras commanding Ma Marine Marine Mamine ¬
rine Band Old Guard Capt James M tL Ed Edgar Edgar Edgas ¬
gar commanding department commander commanderdeportment commanderdspartment commanderdepartment
deportment officers and official staff past pastdepartment pastdepartment pestdeportment
department commanders members of staff staffof staSIof staffof
of commanderincblef command erinchI et John A Rawlias RawliasPoet RawltDSPest RawilicPest
Pest Ne e 1 1 A H IL Jstekorson lekorson Commander CommanderKit CemmaDderKit CommanderKit
Kit Carson Post Post No o 2 E C Jeb Johnston 3ehHtoBCommander JohnstonCommander stoB stoBCommander
Commander Lincoln Post Ne 3 W HProctor H HProctor TIProctor
Proctor Commander O P Morton Post PostNo P PXu Posto <
No o f i James Wells Commander George G GMeade GMoade
Meade Post Post Ne e 5 E A Wilber Cem Cemmader Cemm Cornmahder
mader m nder U S sGraBt Grant Post No C Alfred AlfredSaavr AlfredSuw AlfredShaw
Shaw Commander James A Garfteld Pest PestNo PestNo
No 01 7 W M Sefton Commander C BurnsMe BurnsMePoet BurBwePoot BurnildePoet
Poet Poot No 8 I L G Kimball Commander CommanderCharles CommBderCharles CommanderCharles
Charles Sumner Post Po t No 9 W H Grim Grimsbaw Grtm1haw Grimshaw
shaw Commander Potomac Pest Pe t Ne 11 11James 113ames 11James
James Lackey Commander Phil Shell SaeriLafayett Shel1daB Shelldan
daB Pest No o 14 1 L S S Emery Commander OommaDdeLafayette CommanderLafayette
Lafayette Peat Post No 3 Briseoe GoeeJjart GoeeJjartCommander GoetIhartCommaDder GoedhartCommander
Commander Frederick Douglass Dougla Post P06t Ne o
21 1 George D Graham Commander Span Spanish Spani Spantk ¬
ish i War Veteran Veteraaa Col M Emmet Ureil Ureilcommanding Ur Urellcommanding ll llcommD4lng
commanding SOBS of Veterans Vetemms Col G S SWhitifiere SJt1tHHH8 SWhitmore
Whitifiere eemmaadteg eemmaadtegThe eOIlUDltadiajTJte
The committees from m the Grand Army of ofthe ort ofthe
the Potomac haxiag hcQizigJho ha e parade and other otherMemorial 01IerIemorJaI otherMemorial
Memorial Day exercises in charge c are as asfollows asoIlows asfollows
followsExecutive follows followsExecutive oIlowsEx
Executive Ex e CemmlUee Department Offi Officers omcerrGeorge O1 O1earsGeorge ¬
cers cerrGeorge George HSteybaegh H7 SI8 Sleybauigh f1ugh deportment aejMLrtneatcommander cieMtrtmcBtCORURaDder deportmentcornmander
commander chain ehatrmu L 1 P WiHtais WiHtaissenior wmtamsIIeI1Ior WilhIsinssenior
senior vice cooHBasder itder Israel W Stone Stonejunior Sto StoJunior Scenejunior
junior vice comibiuider COIIIJ B B F Chase 1Iue As Assistant AIistant Asitatant ¬
sistant Adjutant General General1Ie1etary secretary George GeergeE GeegeE GeorgeK
E E Davis Qoarterraaster General treaaa treaaarer uerer treessret
rer Dr Thomas Calv Caver Medical Director
Rev W G Davenport chaplain chaplainPast chaplainPaet chaclalaPset
Past Department Commanders comandeNFraalc Frank H HSpragtte HSprague IL ILSprague
Sprague Benjamin F Hawkes A H IL G GRichardson GJUe CRichardson
Richardson JUe George OfIOr E Cocoon Harrison HarrisonDingBsaa Harnoaom HarrisonDingman
DingBsaa Charles C C Rogrce William Gib Gibon 0thson 1
son on Samuel S So ByraVctt Newts N X Brooks BrooksJerome Dnaeb Dnaeb3erome BeeskaJerome
Jerome B B Barke Chaste P LIncoln Tvll TvllMajB Wilitem u uHaa
item a S Odett M ITsamK Ureil J M Pipes PipesA PipsA
A A F Diasnere S EL FauN Nathan aB Btefc Btefcford Blckforti tck tckfeeS
ford Mario T F Andersen John McEtroy McEtroyThomas McElroyTItomaa McimoyThomas
Thomas S Hopkins Arthur Hendricfcs Cal Calvin Calvin cclvia ¬
vin Parasworth ParasworthOoMUunder PaIlt8WOrtILCeacersA FarsiwoethCommandersA
OoMUunder CeacersA A H II Xfekerson Post Ne
1 E C Jonwrton Pest No X 2 W H Proc Freetor Proctor Procton
tor Pest No S Jamce Wells Pest Ne N 4 4E 4It 4B
E It A Wither Feet P Ne X 5 Alfred Shaw ShawPost ShawPoet ShawPost
Post No 6 William M X Settee Pest t Ne X
7 Ivory G K Khnbell I Poet Ne S W H HOrimshaw HGrlmsbaj HGrimehaw
Orimshaw Grlmsbaj Pest P t Sfci o o 8 A A F Dtasiaore DtasiaorePest DtaamoreIWt DinamonePest
Pest Ne N li i James Lackey Pest Ne 11 11Janes 11Jame 11James
James H H De Deal y Poet Ne IS L 1 l S Emery
Post Ne S 14 W 1 W Delee Delee Beet Ne S 15 15Jacob 1iJacelt l lJacob
Jacob Moore oere Pest P tNo JJa o 17 E E H HarDer HaraerPest HarDerPo HarnerPost
Pest < Ne 1 19 B nC Ceedhart fNlIIart Post No Not NotGewge 24 24Geerge 50George
George D Graham Post No o 2L 2LRepresentatives 21ReprNeotaUvetiSamuel fli fliRepresentativesSamuel
Representatives ReprNeotaUvetiSamuel Samuel Cress T C CTiptoa CTj CTIIOR
Tiptoa Tj George Smith Smltk Beajamia Young YoungCharles YeuDbCharles YoungCharles
Charles Matthews IaWi1ew Fred G Calvert Calvert Fr Pred PredH d dH I IH
i H Smith Smltk M M I Lewis Lewis Frederick Fewler FewlerGeorge PewlerGeorge PewierGeorge
George R Cook J Tyler Powell H W WEno WEDO V VEno
Eno Theo F Brown Dr WR E4ward Webster WebsterJohn WebeterJoftll WebsterJohn
John S Hoover C M lL Robinson E E J JSweet 3Sweet JSweet
Sweet J W Hunter Hunterdall HuntecSous HunterSons
Sons at YeteraDSCapt C E StaDten StaDtenCap StantanCapt
Cap George Taft mit Capt E S E Ym NrS Notsdali 1 1dan
dan Capt C C HeiUaas HeiUaasSpanish HeltasanSpanish I ISpaaish
Spanish War ar Veterans VeteraasCol Col M Emmet EmmetUreH EmmetUreU L LDroll
Droll cofaauHMler Cant Capt D V C I8ItoImCapt ChisboJra ChisboJraCapt ChishoizaCapt
Capt Charles W Parker Capt Lee Ups Lipscomb Upscomb Upscomb
comb Capt W S Hodges HodgesAuxiliary HodgesAUXUary HodgesAuxIliary
Auxiliary Floral Committee Commltteelrs Mrs Ma MaUMa taltIcla Malids
lids R R Spraguev Spra Chairman Mrs Irs J 1 Em Emma Emma Emma ¬
ma Evans Mrs Margaret B Tew Mrs MrsIda llrsIda MrsIda
Ida V Hendrteks Mrs Emma S Ellis EllisMrs Ellisrs EllisMrs
Mrs rs Addle Feathers Mrs Sallie Saul R R Ja Jacobs 3acobs Jacobs ¬
cobs Mrs Irs Adeline Fletcher Mrs Jails JuHaW 3uHnW L Lw
W Hamilton Mrs Vms VJnaoL M Calhoun un Mrs MrsCornelia MrsCornehia lrs lrsCornelia
Cornelia Wllkersoo Wilkerson Mrs Matilda S S Wll Wllkins WJlklns Wilkiss
kiss Miss > U Lena G Shepherd Mrs Char Charlotte Charlotte Charlotte ¬
lotte A Kibbey Mrs Alice Burgess Mrs MrsIndiana MrsIndiana > Irs IrsIndiana
Indiana Cowling Mrs Irs Joanna W Yo Turner TurnerMrs TurnerMrs TurnexMrs
Mrs Annie M lL Hamilton Mrs Irs Annie Annie3ohllMD W WJohnson WJo4suoo
Johnson Mrs Georgia G Bate Mrs Anna AnnaA AnnaA AnneA
A Peck Mrs C E E Butcher Mrs Julia L LMason 1 1llason LMasosi
Mason Mrs Irs E E W Marshall Miss Rebecca RebeccaLiverpool RebeccaLiverpool t tLiverpool
Liverpool Miss Margaret E E Gray Mrs MrsMary Mrsllary MrsMary
Mary V Noon Mrs Alice Ceoley Mrs MrsNora Mrs1ora MrsNora
Nora Edgar Mrs MrsG G L 1 Thompson T ompsoo Mrs M MJ MS > 1 1J
J Thompson Miss Lucinda O Childs Mrs MrsFrances MrsFrances Irs IrsFrances
Frances Fletcher Mrs Mamie Dorsey DorseylUes DorseyMiss
Miss Emma Robinson Robl son Mrs Kate Steinnel SteinnelMiss SteinnelMiss Steinael3llss
Miss Lizzie Fletcher Mrs Jane E Grun Grunwell Grullwel1 Grunwell
well Mrs Irs F Frelinghuysen Mrs Lottie LottieAlexander LottieIexander i iAlexander
Alexander Mrs Lottie Grftm Gr n Mrs Em Emma Emma Emma ¬
ma L 1 Newton Newton4 Mrs Irs C C Strickland Mrs MrsEsther MrsEsther MrsEsther
Esther George Miss Annie E E Ramey RameyI1tIrs RameyMrs
I1tIrs Mrs M L L Crandall Mrs Julia Roberts RobertsMrs RotrertslIrs RobertsMrs
Mrs Mary P Ripley Mrs Clara KaIstrom KalstromMrs KaIstromIrs KaistromMrs
Mrs Irs Jessie H Brunner Mrs Irs Annie Price PriceMrs Pricellrs PriceMrs
Mrs Lids A Oldroyd Mrs Ida L 1 Chase ChaseMrs ChaseMrs ChaseMrs
Mrs Sarah Vandoren Mrs E E A A V And Anderson Andron Andcroon ¬
croon ron Mrs Eliza Naylor Mrs Irs Jane S SMcLaln SlIeL1ln S3tcLain
McLaln Mrs Irs Julia E EDony Bony Mrs Emma EmmaEno EmnaEno Enun EnunEno
Eno Mrs Annie Anderson Mrs Sarah SarahGrant Sara rah rahGrant 1 1Grant
Grant Grant Mrs Mary Mangum Mrs CecilIa CeceliaFord CecilIaFord t tFord
Ford Mrs Georgia Vanfleet Van eet Mrs Solllc SolllcMiller SaJllcI SaIlImMilley
I Miller Mrs Mary Demarzo Mrs Mary MaryHanan Mar MarHanan
Hanan Miss Tlllie Dunham Mrs Mary MaryHonn MnryBonn 3Iar 3IarHonn
Honn Mrs Irs R R B Meacham Mrs B F FHawkes FHnwkes FHawkes
Hawkes Mrs E E C Johnston Mrs Libbie LibbieSmith LfbbleSmith LibbliSmith
Smith Mrs Clara L 1 Bowling Mrs Alice AliceLucas AUceLucas S SLucas
Lucas Mrs Rachel A Le Lee Miss S Gray GrayMrs GrayMrs GrayMrs
Mrs Ida Steam Miss Abbie Connor Miss MissAnnie MissAnnie MIs MIsAnnIe
Annie Hawkins Mrs Sarah C Soften SeftonMrs SertonMrs SoftenMrs
Mrs Lizzie W Calver Mrs Mary Peck PeckMrs Peck PeckMrs
Mrs Lucinda Grubs Mrs Frederick Fow Fowler Fowler Fowler ¬
ler Mrs A AChllds Childs Miss Kate Lackey
Miss May Hallowell Mrs Mary McLean McLeanVan McLeanIrs McLeanMrs
Mrs Irs E Pratber Mrs A A Croney Mrs C CVan CVan
Van Vllet Mrs S S H Perkins Mrs R RUllmer R RUllmer BTjllmer
Ullmer Mrs Anna Robinson Miss Carrie CarrieBrookfleld CarrieBrookfield Carri a aBrookfleld
Brookfleld Mrs Ida A Goodhart Mrs MrsMaria 1IrsMarta MrsMarIa
Maria L L Jordan Mrs Alexander Oglesby
Miss Mabel Robinson Robinson Mrs E E J Tingling YinglinMrs
Mrs Jennie Wheeler Mrs Mary Buck BuckMrs Buck Buck11rs Bud BudMrs
Mrs Lucy Worden Mrs Kate Beck Beck Mrs MrsHarrIet MrsHarrIet
Harriet L L t Schribner Mrs Georgia John Johnson 30hnson Johnson ¬
son son Mrs rs Emma A Merrill Mrs Irs Mary L LAustin L LAustin I IAustin
Austin Mrs C Hockqmeyer Hock meyer Mrs M MKeele A AKeeler A AKeele
Keele Mrs Catherine Garvey Mrs Em Emma Emma Emma ¬
ma E Myers yers Mrs Fannie M Id Calvert Mrs MrsElvira MrsElvlrn MrsEivlra
Elvira V Colton Mrs Sarah S Thomas ThomeMrs Thornelrs ThomasMrs
Mrs F L L Barringer Mrs Nellie C CRoyce C CRoyce C CRoyce
Royce Mrs L 1 B Cutler Mrs J 1 Gibson GibsonMrs GibsonMrs GibsocMrs
Mrs A Bennett Bennett Mrs C C G Bellinger BellingerMrs BolllngerlIrs BollingexMrs
Mrs N N McCullough McCuUou Mrs McKenzIe McKenzIeMrs jIeKenzleMrs McKenzieMrs
Mrs E E J Smith Mrs Scott Mrs Lincoln LincolnMrs LincolsMrs
Mrs H N Rose Mrs A K K Capron Mrs MrsLena Irs IrsLena I ILena
Lena Dick Mrs A A E Wilkinson Wilkinson Mrs MrsM I IM
I M M W Davlson Mrs D V VChisholm Chisholm Mrs rs L
F S Hodgson Miss Minnie M Meyers eyers
Mrs P A A Gorman Mrs W H Mellacb
Miss Harriet E E Hawley Mrs Irs S S Clifford
Cox Cox Mrs J 1 Llgon King Mrs J 1 A A Allen
Miss Sdlth Allen Allen Mrs Mm F L Howella and
Mrs 2 Eo i A A Hilton HiltonReception HiltonReception HiltonReception
Reception committee commltleeL M Emmet Ureil Ureilchairman
chairman chairmanDepartment chairmanDepartment chairmanDepartment
Department officers omcersGeorge George H IL Slay
baugh baughdepartmenCcommander department commander chairman chairmanL
L 1 P Williams senior vice 100 commander commanderIsrael commanderIsrael commanderIsrael
Israel W Stone Junior vice commander commanderB
B F Chase assistant adjutant general generalsecretary generalsecretary generalsecretary
secretary George E E Davis Quartermas quartennaster Quartermaster quartermastex
ter treasurer Dr Thomas Calver medi medical 0001cal mcdical ¬
cal director Rev W G Davenport jihap jihaplaln dbaplain hap haplain
lain and Col F H IL Harrington HarringtonPast HarringtonPast HarringtonPast
Past department commanders counandersFrank Frank H HSprague 1L 1LSprague ItSprague
Sprague Benjamin F Hawkes A A A H G GRichardson GBlchardson GRichardson
Richardson George E Corson Harrison HarrisonDingman HarrisonDlnsman HarrisonDlngman
Dingman Charles C Royce William Gib Gibson Gib Gibson GIbson ¬
son Samuel S Burdett Newton M M Brooks BrooksJerome Brocks
Jerome B Burke Charles P Lincoln Wil William WlIliam ¬
liam S Odell E E Emmet TJrell Urell J M Y Pipes PipesA PIpesA
A A F DInsmore S E E Faunce Nathan NathanBIckford NathanBickford athan athanBlcktord
BIckford Marion arion T Anderson John Mc McElroy YcElroy
Elroy Thomas S Hopkins Arthur Hen Hendrlcks Hendricks Hendricks
drlcks dricks Calvin Farnsworth FarnsworthFinance FarnsworthFinance
Finance Committee CommitteeWIlliam William Gibson Gibsonchairman GibSOnch2lnnan Gibsonchairman
chairman Calvin Farnsworth Arthur ArthurHendricks ArthurHendricks ArthurHendricks
Hendricks Alfred Shaw E C Johnston JohnsteceJames Johnstene
James Lackey W If lf Proctor W H IL Grim Grimshaw GrlmshawBrlscoe
shaw shawBrlscoe Briscoe GooIhart Goo < Ibart A A H H Nlckerson NlckersonI NI NickersonLas kenon kenonLte
I Las > e Llpscornb John W S Hunter W S SHodges SHodges
Hodges C C Heltman and J Tyler Pow Powell Powell ¬
ell ellCommittee
Committee on Tomb of the tu Unknown UDknewnIrs
Mrs Irs IrA V Hendricks chairman Mrs J JEmm II
I Emma Evans Mrs Margaret Tew Mrs MrsKmma MrsEnma 1rs 1rsI
Kmma 3 S Ellis E11Ls Mrs Addle Feathers 3IrsMrs Mrs MrsCtiarlotle rs rsClarlotte
I Clarlotte A A Klblley Irs Ida 1 L Chase ChaseII ChaseMrs
Mrs Electa E E Smith Mrs Cttsiek and andMrs andJlrs andMrs
Mrs Alice Burgess BurgessTraraportation BurgessTraUl1ortlUoncharles
II Traraportation TraUl1ortlUoncharles Charles Matthew chair chairman 1halrman ¬
man T C Tipton M loL 3 M 3L Lewis George GeergeD eerse eerseD
D Graham end C W Parker ParkerMusic
Music MuslcS S E Faunce chairman N M MBrooks nBroca MBrooks
I Brooks I L G Kimball Dr Thomas ThomasCal ThomasCalVcr Cal Calver ¬
Vcr and George Smith SmithAuditing SmithAuditingathan SmithAuditingNathan
Auditing Auditingathan Nathan Bickferd chairman obalrmanM chairmanM
M L T Anderson and Fred G G Calvert CalvertFnrrnunt Calmti CalmtCONGRESS10NAL
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CONGRESSIONAL CE1 IBTEBYFnrrn
Fnrrnunt Fnrrn t Post and Relief Corps Con Conduct Conduct Conduct ¬
duct the Exerclneii ExerclneiiUnder Excrc1CBUnder ExrrclnesUnder
Under the direction of Israel rae1 W Stoae StoaeJunior Stoae3unlor StoseJunior
Junior Vice Department Cemmeader as assisted 11Islsted assisted ¬
sisted by a committee composed of A A F Fj Fi
j Dlasmore aDd George R R Cook Farragat FarragatPost FarraptI
I Post NOL 10 and Relief Oospe ceaeeeted ceaeeetedthe eelt uctedI I Ithe
the exercises at the Congressional Ceme Cemetery Cemetery Cometery ¬
I tery The orgaaizatfcHvs assembled ia iaPeaosylvaafe 1ftI I II
I Pennsylvania Pe Avenue between DetwHII Third and asdFourth sedFourth andFoarth I
Fourth Streets southeast SOtIl at t oclock aad aadwere aadwere L
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were transported tra to the cemetery oemeeQ where wherethe erethe i
the following order of esereises was et etserved et etservetl oh ohserved
served the asseafely aa being sounded at It Itoclock Hoclock I Ioclock
oclock oclockSounding oclockSou oclockSounding
Sounding Sou d tg assembly a bugler acre aeeredmarch acreIDarCh I Imarch
march Washington Wa Light I Iaf1lB Iaf1lBDaM ThtsMr ThtsMrBand > f Mry MryBand
Band calling aesembiy te order orderIsrael orderluael orderIsrael
Israel W Scene invocation tDvecatIeB Rev A Non Nern Nonmas er erIBtU
n IBtU a Ward WardOtIr O r Braves Keller octette octetteLiBeeias ec4eUeLiMelas octetteUncelas
LiBeeias Getty Gsttr Gettysburg lMtrg burg address V VLyaeh Vincent E ELYBcl1 ELynch
Lynch Americas meMey JB Wsfihisgton WsfihisgtonLight WaeWgtoDLight WehiagtorLight
Light Infantry Band poem Comrade D J JEVUS J11UtS Jvans
EVUS vans Heroes > Behaved elev CelHo Coe Coeoctette Coeoctette Coooctette
octette oration CKatte Mr Washington Gardner Grdaerwar Oanl8erar Gardnerwar
war ar songs selection Washington Light Lightlafaatry LighiInfantry t tIafaJttry
Infantry Band beaedicttesi Rev A Non Nermaa SormtUI Nonman
man Ward WardMemorial WardMeinoelsi WardMemorial
Memorial Octette OetetteGeerge Geerge H LJtieerMge LJtieerMgeB LHIe ridre
B W Beebe W G Pe reaDer ny Harry F FStaith FSmlt FSmith
Smith Smlt Dr F J Woooaum tan K M McKee McKeeDr McKeeDr McKeeDr
Dr Fred K K Swett D Harris Clark Marry MarryFollowing
G Kim Kimball at1ompaBI ateesepanistFollowing t tFollowing
Following l < the nnnniKliii of F 1a 1arag1tt Farrnmagut r rragut
ragut Poet t F A A Lowe Lowe W W Wal WalMagford w wJtBgford Whtngferd
Magford Dr A A C Adams A P C CGeerge CGeorge CGeorge
George James Wood John Jest Jo t Cesrcfe CesrcfeParker Coa1sParker I IParker
Parker George N Ramhy M V B W Wten WIl WIl1I WVson
ten H H Benyea Bu J 1 W Fester L L H HRoth HRotlI HRoth
Roth B F Graham Gr A A T T MausAa D DWeaver DWeaTer DWeaves
Weaver and P J Coohacy CoohacyCommittee Coo1IHyCemRlltUe CocbueyCommittee
Committee ef Parragut Carp eerpMrs eerpMrsCliarJoUe ConpaMrxCharlotte Mrs MrsCharlotte
Charlotte A A Kibby Miss Batma a S Kibby KibbyMrs Klbb1ral1raad KibbyMrs
Mrs 1ral1raad Miranda W Fuller hllerIrslacy Sirs Many P PRip Rip
lay Mrs AMie Price Men kaJ J 1 Lizzie Brad Bradley BnMIIe BradIcy ¬
Icy Ie Xra rs Sarah C C McDonald Mrs R Anmie AnmieDykes A ADykea Anal p pDykea
Dykea Mrs Clara Kalctrom Mrs Mary H HWallins HWaJIiDg HWailing
Wailing Mi MN Grace M Lowry Mrs Fannie FaaieC PnaJeC I IC
C C Pratt Mrs Jennie Parker Mrs rs Genera GeneraDelta GeeD8Jtea t tDsItss
Delta D8Jtea ad Mrs MrsJenule Jennie Beav BeavSERVICES tayell tayellSBRVICBS BsavenaSERVICBS
SERVICES AT ST STKKU sTBLIZAJ3FlXs sTBLIZAJ3FlXshRprehe EIazABETHs EIazABETHsIiuprepiyt
hRprehe RxercC by Jln A Le Lean Lugun
gun an Punt So > 0 13 13Sc 13 13tIMtr SEDespite
Despite their dIIctta MMe Inmates el elSt I ISt
Sc St EHsaheths Asyhtcn As for the Insane whw whwI wIIIIItook whilook
took part 1B tH straggle el I t t > C Ii K Ktheir acseinbied
seinbied this n at H H1ake 1030 eacit it S Stake
take pert JR the 5 emmsmnrstfstheir UMeMIIra ItS ItStItek
their comrades wile died ar tic the Uatie UatieThe U Union UnionThe
The exercises were r IIIIIier the v vreetioo di direetloa directico
reetioo ef a vtttee vttteeC comotl comotlJames composa I Iof
C James H H Deny pest pestmaadcr corn CDIRDlUller cornsounder
sounder chairman Jobs A A Logan Pest Pest
No 13 Henry W Eao En Rev Re W G Daven Davenport Dave Davevort ven venport ¬
port Adolph A oIpIr S Gertmaa Themos J Put PutBaa Patsam
Baa aam Alpbeus Davisoa John H H Aader AaderDr ADdenMMl ADdenMMlDr AndereooDr
Dr Edwin H IL Grant Granl Her Dr Noises H HMiller H HlUler HMiller
Miller lUler Arthur Schatx William H H Peck PeckCharles Peek PecisCharles
Charles F Wal Waian abn n John JobuA A A Logan Corps CorpsNo CorpsNo
No 7 WOHHHTS Relief Corps Mesdames Mcadamcar MesdamesJaae Mesda MesdaJane
Jane S Md McLean a EIItIl Emily Fmlwbie Sarak Ssrs T TGnmt 7Grant
Gnmt Grant 3ulla A A Deay r Mary E E Statpsea StatpseaMina SIIIIINMHIM1Da SimpsonMina
Mina R R Smith Smith Emily Boo Carrie M MKing M MKiDg MKing
King Misses Frances Gertsaaa UUft Annie An Anderson Andeesen ¬
derson dersonThe 41 deesenThe n nT
The programme was as as5cJuDdtag fettews fettewsSoundtag leNssuSounding
Sounding the assembly ltM 1 a a a abugler Di DibugJr zabugler
bugler Hall Columbia Asylum Bead Beadopeaiag udiDS Bendopening
opening iDS remarks relDaC by k chairman Past Com Commander 0maader Gemmnasder ¬
mander James H Deny tavecatioa Pest Pestexplain PtCJtlalll P t tChaplain
explain RevN H Miller aeag m Tsattag Tsattagon rSMd g gon
on the OM Gamp Grewod St Elisabeth Elisabethchoir EllabethcboIr Hilsabetichoir
choir address A A B Kichardseo M X D DSuperintendent DSuperintendeBt DSuperintendent
Superintendent pee poem James H Steven Steveasoa SteDSCHI Stevensea
sea reading President presldeDJ Liaeela Ll Lioesine eellfs s Gettys Gettysburg Gettlrburg Gettysburg ¬
burg address adclc8IIIi Comrade A A JJVIMB D vfs a solo soloAad BOloJiH sot a aand
and cboruB BaUIe Hymn r T She We Repub Republic Retblie Repablie ¬
lie lie t t Elizabeth chair XW Glery GleryAsylum GteryAsyJum
Asylum Bead oratien orat Mr John Tobu P Caasa CaasabeH Qu ap
beH song He Giveth His Beloved Steep SIeettlDaaks SleeptDasks
lDaaks Daaks SC St BJiaabeth eheir e elr America Americaoy omedcaby Amerienall
by oy all preeeat taps bugler buglerOATT lMI8IerOAX bugler0ax
OATT HILT HI i jT jTSimple CE1IiE BRShnIle CEMThERhSlmle
Simple Sciviccs I Conducted Ity 11 a a Com Committee COIUl11ttce Cciiimittee ¬
l11ttceAtOek mitteeAt mittee mitteeAt
At AtOek Oak Hill Cemetery the services serviceswere servteawere s swere
were conducted eoDd eted by a committee eonsaotad eonsaotadof compose ed edor d dof
of E E H Harper Chainaaa a A A B n Gras Oreavrell Gntawell 5 5well
well M B Ltehty Rudolph Ullmer J IKirkleyand W WKirkley WKirkleya
Kirkley Kirkleya aad Henry HeariW1WamlL HeariW1WamlLThe Williams WllUaaeThe Williamsrho
The order of ef exercises follows fellowsIntroductory followsIntrodur followsIntrodurory
Introductory Introdur ory remarks master of cere ceremonies ceremonies coremonies ¬
monies music Third Cavalry Band BD4Ioeltioo in invocation invocation ¬
vocation Rev Re Frank H 1L Havenaer music musicquartette mllSkQUartette mashMiss
quartette Miss G L 1 McCuIlough Miss M E EM I
M 11 Chase Ch se Mr Ir H P Hoover DrT Dr J W WHollingsworth WHolUngswortlI i iHohllngsworth
Hollingsworth music m115lc Third Cavalry CavalryBand OalryBand Csvalr CsvalrBand
Band solo Mr H H P Hopjerr Hoo I99 a4drss a4drssMr a4theotMr 4IiN6sMr
Mr Ashley M Gould Goulds solo lo ilissGL Msc i8SC GL L Me MeCullough Me MeCuUoughmnsic McCullough
Cullough CuUoughmnsic music Third Thirdna1y a Jarairy Band Bandbenedfctlon Bandbenedictton BandbenedIction
benedIction Rev Stanley Blllbclmor BllIbe1merMy BllIbe1merMyCountry My MyCountry M MCountry
Country Tin of Thee The Third ThlnICanlry ThlnICanlryBand Gavair Javairy JavairyBand y yBand
Band Lead Kindly KlndlLigh Llshfc Ughtand aad d TeBtiag TeBtiagon Testis Testisthe
on the Old Camp Ground > by or y quartette quartettecomposed q qllxtrtetteconposed 1rtettecomposed
composed of Miss Ryan RJm Mrs M Mrs Sinclair SinclairMise SielaJrMiss ZinelahMiss
Miss Wise and Mrs Nellie Kaiser K 1ier rotas rotasby HIosby sole C Cby
by Miss Wise and Mrs Irs Kaiser KetserThe KeiserThe KaiserThe
The quartette quart < tte was composed Of Mlas MlasRyan MiasRyan MIt a aRyan
Ryan Mrs Sinclair Miss Wise anaVMis anaVMisNellie 3n4 I1s I1sXelUe s sNellie
Nellie Kaiser KelserHOLYEOOD KeIserHOLYROOD KaiserflOLBOOD
HOLYEOOD CEMETEBY CEMETEBYIlcv
Her Rc Father JIcAttec Delivers nn nnBloqncut noEloquent a n nEloqncnt
Eloquent Eulogy EulogyThe EulogyThc EulogyThe
The feature of the programme at Holy Holyrond Holyrood
rood Cemetery was the eloquent address addressof nddreSof addro a
of Father McAttee former chaplain of the theThirtyfirst theThlrtyfIrst il a
Thirtyfirst New York Volunteers In the thecivil diechU th thcivil e
civil war warThe WarThe
The following procramme pro e of exercjtRa exercjtRawas exec exercisi exercisiwas p
i
was observed observedMusic observedMusic I IMusic
Music Nearer My MyGod God to Thee Third ThirdUnited ThirdUnited ThIr ThIrUnited I
United States Cavalry Band prayer Rev RevFather RevFather Re ReFather I
Father Francis McAttee oration P S SCunnlrfe SCunnlffe 1 1Cunnitfe
Cunnlrfe principal of Trinity School song songGeorgetown songGeorgetown son g gGeorgetown I
Georgetown University Glee Club G Her Herbert Herbect ¬ I
bert Wtwis W Wt4i director directorremarb remarks Rev Re Father FatherMcAttee FatherIcttee pnj it
McAttee former chaplain of Thirtyfirst ThirtyfirstNew T lrtyfirstKew ThirtyfinNew it
New York Volunteers civil war salute saluteto saluUtto mini a
to the thetlead tlead Georgetown High School choo1 Ca Cadets Cadets Ccdets V aV ¬ I
dets taps bugler bnglerConcentrated buglerAre tIglerA
I
A Are free from aM cmje and i irritating smite r rConcenitated
Concentrated Co aedinine oalji oa1t Carters Little Liver LiverPills LiftrPill Li w wPills
Pill Pills Very email very easy to take no pain pe 8 no noeripias 110ipiRg a to togriping
griping ipiRg no lI purgiog rurgintr Try then
SOLDIERS oIIJIER HOME BEllEeterans SERVIGES SERVIGESVeterans
Veterans V eterans Pay Loving Tribute to toTheir toTheir toTheir
Their Dead Comrades ComradesGraven ComradesGrnTe Comradesrerca
Graven G rerca of tbe Fallen Covered WItS IVltbFlovrers 1It 1ItFlowers WItSFlowers
Flowers Flowers and Eloquent Addresses AtldreuscDelivered Addre AddressesDelivered t tDelhered
Delivered lr General HaRrsrlc HaRrsrlcGovernor IluggleGovernor itugglesGovernor
Governor of the Home and Rejxeaentatlve ReIreentnthe Rep Reprenentative >
xeaentatlve AVataon Wtio ot f Indiana IndianaThe IDdJ IndianaThe nn nnThe
The services at the Soldiers Home Ceme Cemetery Cemetery Comeery ¬
tery t ery this morning were of beautiful beauUtulJlm beauUtulJlmPUclty pim pimpllclty pimiicity
pllclty p iicity and Impressive solemnity The Thogently Thegentlysloplnr Theently
gently gentlysloplnr g ently sloping lawn in front cf the col columned columned eelmned ¬
umned u mned temple of fame was covered withthe withthe with withthe
the greyhaired veterans and their young younger yoanger youngm ¬
er e m comrades of the theSpanlsh Spanish war and a large largemultitude Jargemultitude largemultitude
multitude of visitors who had come to de deposit dePOSit doosit ¬
posit p osit tokens of o love upon the lost resting restingplaces r86dagplaces rootinglaces
places p laces of their departed beloved The Thespeakers TkelipeaIrers Thepeakers
speakers the Governor of the Home HemewJth HemewJthhis with withhte withis
his h is family the invited guests and the reception reception re meeption ¬
j ception c committee eom lllee occupied seats on thespeIlkers the thespeakers thepeakers
j speakers s stand tnntl which was gracefully gracefullydecorated gracetullyteeoroted gracefullyecorated
decorated d ecorated with the foWs fol of the Stars and andStripes andStrijl8ll andStripes
Stripes Strijl8llAt StripesAt
At 930 theJMiraGe formed nod marched marchedt mwda J
t 1 the music ie ef o the Soldiers Items Hem Bead Beadto Baadto Bendo
to t o the speakers stead hi the feitowiag eDeW1 g or order ordel orer
del ti er Soldiers Heme B it ad d committee aad aadofficers aadomcers andSkers
officers a oC the Home orator chaplains and aadpost aBdpoet andoet
post p oet iavfted guests ts Henry Wilson Post PostNo Post Posto PostNa
No o 17 G A A R R Garnetm ta Army and Navy 1V7
Union l veterans ef the Home HOlDe visitors mL visitorsL
L L P Williams Sealer r Vice Deaartmeat DeaartmeatCemraaader DeparimeetCommander t tCemmaoder
Cemraaader and Chairman of the Cam Cammittee 0eIBmUtee Gemaittee
mittee n aittee opened the services Mrv 4eS and iatrodeeed iatrodeeedRev 1atr introducedRev d ceJ ceJR6v
Rev Joseph T Kelly who invoked di divine divineiemiag e iae
bliranlns b bo Representative James E E Watson Watsenof WatMBClt
of o f Indiana delivered the oration He said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that Ged is behind all history tmy sad He has haswevea bueyeD haswoven
eyeD late it a grand phifahaphy
Mr Watson dwelt at length ea the thecauses tkeCl1IMS thecauses
causes ef the civil war and the cruesties cruestiesef cruekieeslavery cmuetiteaof
ef slavery He said that every deed ef efheroism f ofoisa
I heroism her i oisa in ancient history caa be equaled equaledIB 4Mlua1edI
IB i s our own tory 1 as the true here lives Mvestoday HV lives4ay es esteday
today 4ay ia our own ceuatry ceuatryGen ceeBtryGea couMryGsa
I Gen George D Haggles Gereraer G1eaerel ef the theHeme UeHOIRe theHome
Home made a short address a4dr speaking at atfoUowe atoIIowt asollows
foUowe foUoweMy oIIowtMy f
ollowsComrades My Comrades Corde Our BBS ag to at balfataff balfataffpineas h tlltaI hsiCslayet
yet around us are all the evtHBees el elpiDe68 hap
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pineas and ad a holiday Ne N e small arms a Ac Aclag AI AIlag c cag
lag l ag party awaits tiS B our haUery wMefc wMefcahall aWshall 1IId18b
shall l ee soon thunder t 1l Mier for the thegtNs aatiaaal aatiaaalaiMte satisnalsalute
salute gives us lie volleys O ever Mergrave aa angrave apsa apsagrave
grave MIl we have e act the sett it Bate e ef eftbe ert ofthe
the bugle sounding the requiem of a aol feoldter io8Idier aolthur
dter Just 1 miles aaieep ia J death Sa s S this thisIt 1W5Is ihkt
Is Bet t a a My of grievous mourning It 1 la laef israUter Ixrather
rather ODe ef gratitude aDd aDdfor Ihaahatiihi Ihaahatiihief
for the patriotism the valor the tlteof esnrnp4 esnrnp4of
of our berate dead from r the feaadaUea or 0f 0fIbe C Cthe
the Governmeat GoYenmeatye aye from the tilemeat establish establishmeet uotasHaameat
meat of civilization uaea apse our shores Upon Uaeathe Uponthe Q
the graves of all these patriotic dead deadwherever deadwherever
wherever wItec they may ma lie we place the tribute tributeof Mlefit tributecc
of our h hoempa omasa and our aJtecusa aJtecusaStace d dS1Ke atctisSian
Stace Sian laM Memorial Day eightytwo eightytwoaaaaes elPtftwoe eightytwoname
aaaaes name have e bees strickeu strick by bydie death Stemthe Stem bsrnthe
the roll soils of taM Soldiers SeW Home Three Threeethers TWeead P Pveserans
veserans ad service la the Jocidt IIIW IIIW0Ite waro
0Ite o of these ilL Ute Mexican w war ix ixt sixtees
t tees ethers ia the tlteMexicaa Mexican war ef wm wmJive whamkve tiaeiu tiaeiufive
five served en alee ale ia the civil war wartwentysix r wi1116 wi1116tw we wetwestysix
tw twentysix t stt men mar served ia the trM eiv war warthree IIIUtar r rthree
three tar la the SpaaI SpanishAmerican ADlericaa war warseemly jma jmaaearly iliarIy
seemly rIy all the rest ia Indian wars P Pease Pneete Peaseto MS MSte
te tbetr ashes es Of them all fiftye fiftyewtthin ityeme Ie Iewtdda is iswithin
within this eadoicre H HIe Rsppp and s sistherestingplemoftheaoltherrndsr
Ie istherestingplemoftheaoltherrndsr istherestingplemoftheaoltherrndsrwithin tIae 1MtiD 01 Ute Utewltlafa
within a aatiostal cemetery Children dreagnuadcldldrft Childrengrandchildren aad aadSraadchUdren
grandchildren may leiueiubei the axavas axavasof aes aesof
of parent and araadparcat hat h lease lease500S er ergeaeratioas
geaeratioas seoa aMgray forget forgetNeglected forgotNeglected
Neglected graves gray are marc than toe beqven e eD
I aueru D cemeteries cemet ries give way t to the tileI tb tbersacimest ea eacraachment
I craachment of growing cities aad aIIIII bum hafliias bumSoc
ias Ia9 for the living replace the thethe hees of ofthe t ttte
I the dead Bat national cemeteri cemeteridisappear Ullletates do wet wetdisappear satdisappear
disappear our beadee beneficent t tDOt Goverasaaat Jess demnot Jessaot
DOt forget the graves of its I IIiept dead are arekept arekept
kept green forever When these I Imay I hufaiu hufaiumay fvr I IJDIQ
may crumble cnu le by the disintegrating diaiategrattasof di atfit t tci
of dale they will be replaced asata JIpIaamtiD81M1 aioagsth astd astdVisitors
agsth amtiD81M1 7 Visitors to tkaat tkaattsacrlpUocs tIIIeaacr thesegrounds
cr will tJte theb read upon such sadtlatlcrtptioas stones stonesInscrIptions
InscrIptions identical 1 with these thaesBard BeWIIKecl saw sawon
IIKecl IIpOII on these oribIIds ey will M MnI so sogaid
Bard with greatest i interest t tf Me JII Itiel granasthe
el f the soldiers of the long la lawill long 8 d dI sodwtU
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will utter a blessing upon pna their theirWe msiea msieawe 1 1We
I We come today to stall t oM oMbecause oN1aeeaae oldbacon
I because bacon they caD not nottheir come < to totiletr sa zee zeetheir
their craves gray w wiatisaa We IICtter owen owenwe lower beemee beemeewe
we cannot place e them ta their bnadc we wereBeW werw
reBeW eiau seistheee iatisaa ef 1 the camp campbe the thetbe tIteUte
Ute be bivouac W aDd the battlefield we weall w wto mit mitto
to mind all that was wasthe peed ad adUte sable te tet
the t chaiacters of these theseweak mea Ie IeeenHeg If sensed sensedeseiling
eenHeg tolOOr is poce weak k erring h hteader II humansure
sure t WIIJ8 wg aught el frailty 1 r sayof
I I 0 their JtvesWi tveswe leave all that te ae aeteecler linetender
tender mercy of Ae forgiving God GedAad GejAIId GodAnd
And as we se hence to the theaad sag sagaad sgstaL sgstaLand
aad there stand 1IDCOV8 white me xs Ja Jattoaal saboat
boat eu Is raised to the tbewe thewe maetbenil maetbenilwe
we shall recall all the gtory gIon of the theand mIaas mIaasaDd mioes mioesand
and leektog to UK future we may maySouth y yUte see is ist
Ute t vista or tile years before wforeaU as thruegh thrueghalt
aU tile centuries beyond 1ft as p the JMMfllQIlSm emyet JMMfllQIlS miuiscoyet
yet 1I sorn coming frees m North Sert SertSoIItlI ham CVMBWest hamSooth
South SoIItlI from East Eut i iwear lAID West coming 16 16inspired 1itwear lvwear
wear the uniform co COIIIIiDg inspired IDapiredDC by bympi tfc tfcfegtaae
mpi DC dtelr preMCS coming III IIIJegkm isicgIoa
fegtaae to Iwve to bison to dcfeaa deisaglag thai thaiflag tWMIll
flag and so to carry into eaatiaaed IIMetIeat eaatiaaedeuttoa me meeutios
euttoa eat for all time that high 1IiIaclatecl hi resaiwe rve n ndated
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ban Hell lJtattettetl ed at New York Yorkassigned TOIkto bee ham hamassigned
assigned to duty at Sea Fraacteee a as duet cMbfcommissary dIItC8 duetcommissary
commissary of the Division ot the II IIat PktI PktIpines PhiMa PhiMaptaea
pines at Manila He relieves Major Bd Bdward 111Iwan Htward
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