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102



INDEX



871



Spain, friction with over Alliance affair,

786-7
Spear's Battery, 297
"Specie payments." resumption of,

429-30; Act for Resumption of, 1875,

433. 435
Spencer, Elijah M., 375
Spencer House, Indianapolis, 406
Spencer, Judge John W., 375-6
Spencer, Spier, 59
Spencer Township, Ind., 65
Spicely, Col. W. T.. 333
Spoils system, not endorsed by Walter

Q. Gresham, 137
Spooner, Gen. Benjamin, 385, 391-3,

398-400, 406, 465
Spooner, John C, 400, 532-4. 535- 536,

537-9. 542. 54S. 583. 591
Spooner, Philip, 400
Springer case, the, 716
Springer. John, 163
Springfield, Maj. W. W. (C. S. A.), 48
Springville, Ind., mass meeting, 1807,

on slavery question, 21-22
Springville Resolutions, the, 55, 58
"Squatter Sovereignty," 22, 58, 74,

108, 112, 114, 117, 119
Standard Oil case, the, 637, 655
Standard Oil Trust, the, 634, 639, 640
Stanton, Edwin M., 170, 201. 322,

834
Stanton, Frederick, 245
"Stanton Hall," Natchez, 245
Stanton, Lieut. A. R. ("Tip"'>, 261, 272
Stanton, Mrs. Anne E., 261
Stanton, Nannie, 314
Stanton, Rear- Admiral, 779
Staples, Superintendent (of Vandalia

Line), 384
States, not subject to suit, 328
St. Clair, Gen. Arthur, 20, 24, 247
St. Croix land grant, the, 531-2, 536
St. Croi.x Railroad, 531, 532, 535
St. Croix-Superior line. 534
Steel, General, 199
Steele, George W., 447
Stephens, Alexander H., 265
Stevens, Abraham (tincle of Walter Q.

Gresham), 46
Stevens, "Aunt Polly" (aimt of Walter

Q. Gresham"), 46
Stevens, John L.. 741, 743, 745, 746-52,

756, 757. 763. 767. 769. 770, 771
Stevens, Thaddeus, 148, 212, 258, 319,

322, 329, 331. 332, 333. 342, 423. 434
Stevenson, Adlai E., 667, 668
Stewart, Capt. James E., 641-2, 643-7,

791



Stewart, Charles, defendant in the
Sommerset case, 35-37

Stewart, Senator, 788

Stewart, the Misses, 813

St. George Hotel, Evansville, Ind., 449

St. Louis, strike of 1877 at, 381

St. Louis & Southeastern Railroad, 379,
383. 385. 394

St. Louis & Southwestern Railroad re-
ceivership, 375-7

St. Louis, Evansville & Nashville Rail-
road, 385

St. Louis Globe Democrat, 438

St. Nicholas Hotel, Cincinnati, 671

Stoker, Adam, 290-1

Stone, — (Gen. Mgr. Burlington sys-
tem), 410-11

Stone, I. C, 535, 536

Stone's Battery, 152, 153, 156

Storer, Representative (of Ohio), 769

Story, Justice, 43, 44, 53, 93, 102, 103

Stotscnburgh, John H., 133. 137, 685

Stotsenburgh, Mrs. John H., 685

Stout, Joseph, 476

Stowell, Lord, opinion in the Grace
case, 1 01, 102

Stoy, Peter R., 169

St. Paul Company, the, 533-7

St. Paul Despatch, 583

St. Paul, meeting of Society of Army of
the Tennessee at, 462, 464-5

Strauss, Isadore, 778, 795

Strauss, Nathan, 677

Streight, Gen. A. D., 580

Strong, Justice, 423-4

Strong, Sam, 626

Studebaker, Clement, 568

Suffrage amendment to constitution,
346, 434

Sugar Trust, the, 634. 650-4, 713-4,
770, 772, 773

Sugar Trust case, 650-4

Suicides among Civil War veterans, 117

Sullivan, Alexander, 413, 415-6

Sullivan, Colonel, 184

Sullivan, Judge, 61 r

Sumnierville, — (Internal Revenue
Agent), 643, 645

Sumner, Charles, 57, 58, 95, 148, 258,
319. 320, 329, 331, 434, 457, 812

Supreme Court, U. S., 39; construction
of fugitive slave section of the con-
stitution, 1842, 43; decision in the
Megs case, 103; final judgment in
Dred Scott case, 103; to decide cases
of slavery in territories, 112, 126;
construction put upon railroad legis-
lation, 137; rulings on railroad mort-



872



INDEX



Supreme Court U. S. — Continued
gages and leases. 371, 373-4. 377-8;
decision in legal tender case, 1870,
423-4; regarding Legal Tender Act
of 1878, 435; decisions on the Immu-
nity Acts, 443-7; decision in Mackin
case that offenders must be indicted
before trial, 487-8; ruling on land
grants to railroads, 531-2; on bribes,
536-7; on conflicting testimony, 544;
the Angle case, 546, 548; rebuke in
the " Narrow Gauge " case, 560, 622-
6; Counselman case, 650; 654, 655

Supreme Court of Missouri, 104, 105

Supreme Court of Ohio, 551

Supreme Court of Wisconsin, 51, 537,

548
Surget, Frank, 249, 258-9, 269, 324-6
Surget, Jacob, 254-5
Surget, James, 253-5, 256. 257, 259,

265, 276
Swain, Justice, 423-4
Swan, Miss (sister of Senator Morrill),

490
Swayne, Gen. Wagner, 551, 557, 626
Swett, Leonard, 588

Tabor, Iowa, John Brown station at,
627

Taft, Alfonso, 468

Taft, William H., 415, 637, 639, 646,
649, 651, 663, 671, 810

Taggart, Thomas, 685, 687, 758, 792, 814

Talifero, Major, 104

Talmadge, A., 555

Taney, Chief Justice Rodger B., 44,
92, 107, ro8, 109, 536-7

Tanner, John R., 579, 582

Tarbell, Ida, 321-2

Tariff-reduction under President Ar-
thur, 496, 497-9, 500, 502-3; Re-
publican party pledge, 1884, 500;
Cleveland's message, 562-5; McKin-
ley Bill passed, 1890, 632; Dingley
Bill, 633; "planks" of Democratic
National Convention, 1892, 665-6;
legislation under Cleveland, 713-6;
"for revenue only," 715

Taylor, Carrie, see Harney, Carrie
Taylor

Taylor, Gen. Richard (C. S. A.), 269;
surrenders last Confederate army.
May, 1865, 323

Taylor, Harris, 786-7

Taylor, Richard (father of Zachary
Taylor), 4

Taylor, Zachary, 4, 49, 268, 323, 351

"Teagardens," the, 337



Teller, Henry M., 501, 576-7, 583, 589,
594. 595. 601, 610, 638, 740, 772

Tennessee, Army of the, see Army of the
Tennessee

Tennessee, Society of the Army of the,
see Army of the Tennessee, Society
of the

Tense, Jacob, 62

Terre Haute, Ind., strike of 1877 at,
392-3. 398-400, 403

Terrell, E. H., 590

Terrell, Herbert L., 649

Territories, status of slaves in, 94, 112,
126; question of slavery in, put up to
the courts, 108

Texas delegates leave convention of
i860, 113

Thayer, F. M., 394-7

Thayer, Judge, 616

Thirteenth Amendment, see Constitu-
tion, U. S.

Thomas, Gen. Alonzo, 256, 258, 259

Thomas, Gen. George H., 186, 268,

303-4
Thomas, Gen. L., 213, 826
Thomas, Quartermaster, 217
Thompson, Col. Richard W., 568
Thompson, George, 583
Thompson, S. D., 560
Thompson, Sir John, 726, 731
Thornhill, Nannie W., 261-2
Thorton, Lieutenant-Colonel, 226
Thurber, — (secretary to President

Cleveland), 792
Thurston, Benjamin F., 521-2, 525, 529
Thurston, John M., 584, 585, 773
Tilden, Samuel J., 137, 434, 569, 743
Tillman, Senator B. F., 709
Timberlake, Col. John, 29, 232, 2^3
"Tin Bucket Brigade," the, 590, 594,

622
"Tin Bucket" parade, Chicago, 1888,

588
Tobacco case, the, 655
Tobacco Landing, Ind., 83
Toledo & Ann Arbor Railroad, 415
Toledo, Cincinnati & St. Louis Rail-
road Company, 507, 623
Toledo, strike of 1877 at, 381
Toombs, Robert L., 58
Tracewell, W. N., 31, 120
Trade laws. Colonial, 39
Trade, "reasonable restraint" of, 637
Trans-Missouri Association, 654
"Travelers Rest," Natchez, 275
Treasury surplus under Arthur, 496,

497-9. 500, 502-3; in 1885-6 and

1886-7, 561-2



INDEX



873



Treat, Judge Samuel H., 351, 506, 508,

552
Tressewriter, Hamilton, 62
Tri-Parte treaty of i88g, 798
Trude, Samuel H., 330-1
Trumbull, Lyman, 329, 330-1, 457, 654
Trussler, Nelson, 441, 448, 473, 478
Trusts, Sherman Act and prosecutions

of, 632, 63s, 639-54
Tupper, Charles H., 726
Turner, H. B., 551
Turner. Lee & McClure, 630
Turner r'5. Indianapolis, Bloomington &

Western Ry., 624
Turpie, David, 70, 120, 473, 478, 479,

481, 685, 710, 757, 766, 81S
Tuthill, Judge, 791
Tutt, Thomas E., 550, 554, 555, 556,

557. 559
Tyler, John, 134

" Underground Railroad," the, 32-55,

109
"Union Labor" part^', the, 620
Union League Club, Chicago, 793
Union Pacific Railroad, 414, 584, 802
Union party convention, Baltimore,

i860, 118
Union party, the, 333, 334, 335. 339, 340
United States Infantry, 3d regiment,

398
United States Supreme Court, see

Supreme Court
Utah, territorial organization under

Compromise of 1850, 50

Vandalia Line, employees open strike

of 1877 at Indianapolis, 384; 399-

400, 403
Vanderburgh, Judge, 20, 21
Van Dorn, General (C. S. A.), 197
Van Voorhis, Representative (of N. Y.),

769
Vattel, — , 37. 38, 39
Vaughn, Henry, 260-1
Veatch, Harry B., 449-50
Veatch, General, 144, 184, 190, 449-50
Venezuela, controversy with Great

Britain over, 793-7
Venosta, Viscompte (Marquis Emilia),

726
Veragua, Duke de, 693, 694, 695-6
Vermont, adopts "Personal Liberty"

law, 44
Vest, George G., 491. 638, 759, 760,

774. 813
Vestal, Maj. W. L., 222, 226, 298, 831
Vestibule device on railroad cars, 518-29



Veterans, Civil War, re-enlistment of,
288-89; organize companies to sup-
press riots in strike of 1877, 386-91;
reunion in Indianapolis, 1875, 454-5;
prominent at Gresham funeral cere-
monies in Chicago, 791

Vicksburg, Grant opens campaign, 197;
plans criticized, 207; the siege de-
scribed in Gresham letters from the
front, 218-28; 272, 273

Vidalia, La., skirmish at, 271

Vilas, Col. William F., 466, 468, 665,
666-7, 686

Villespique, General, 197

Vincennes, Ind., capital removed from,
1813, 25; strike of 1877 at, 398, 403

Vincennes Road, 14, 19, 24, 45

Vincent, Gen. Thomas M., 214, 827

Vincent, Henry, 627, 663

Vincent, James, 627. 663

Virginia, original home of Gresham
family, 8; land grants to George
Rogers Clark, 13; slaves in, 1700, 13;
origin of slavery in, 116; a Border
State, 121; words of Henry Clay and
Walter 0- Gresham concerning, 123,
124; conference proposed by, 132, 133

Voorhees, Daniel W., 14, 341. 427, 428,
429-32, 433, 434, 435, 451-2, 663,
670, 671, 685, 687, 702-7, 757, 764,
792, 793. 811, 815

Voorhees, Mrs. Daniel W., 705

Wabash and Erie Canal, 552

Wabash case, the, 550-60, 619, 621,

625-6, 627, 628
Wabash Railroad, 409, 413, 414, 416,

550-601
Wabash receivership, the, 507, 510,

550-60
Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Railway,

552
Wade. — (Supt. Wabash Railroad),

555
Wade, Benjamin F., 329
Wagner Palace Car Co., 518-29
Waite, Chief Justice, 490, 505
Wakefield, Captain, 224, 298
Walker, Edwin, 361-2, 620-1, 633
Walker Expedition, the, 80
Walker, Mrs. Edwin, 620-2
Walker, William, 142
Walker's division, 309
Wall, — , 686

Wallace, Col. DeWitt C, 588
Wallace, Gen. Lew, 143; at Shiloh, 180,

183; in strike of 1877, 391; 463, 466-7
Walthall, Senator (of Miss.), 814



874



INDEX



Wanamaker, John, 575, 642

War, sufferings of non-combatants in,

161-2
Warpe, Henry, 482
Washington County, Ind., 59, 143
Washington, D. C, in 1872, 347
Washington, D. C, New York Avenue

Church, 491
Washington, George, 35, 40, 247, 328,

715

Washington, Justice Bushrod, 41

Washington Post, 587

Washington town, Va., 79

Waterman, Judge, 791

Water Proof, La., 272

Watson, Charles, 404

Watterson, Henry, quoted, 73; 155, 337,
343-4, 428-9, 433, 434, 435, 468, 469,
491, 626, 658-9, 664-5, 666-7, 668,
682, 685-6, 687, 688, 705, 711, 714-
15. 740. 757. 777

Waullow, Captain, 277

Wayne County, Ind., 70

Wayne, Justice, 93

Weaver, Gen. J. B., 663, 674, 675

Webb, Watson S., 521, 524, 525

Webster, Daniel, 27; views on slavery,
36; 47; discredited for position on
Fugitive Slave Law of 1850, 52;
enforces Fugitive Slave Law of 1850,
in Massachusetts, 53-4; abuse of,
53-4; death of, 54; defended by
James G. Blaine for position on
Compromise of 1850, 58; 114, 139,
148

Webster, Sir Richard, 726

Weed, Thurlow, 565

Welcome, river boat, 272

"Welker's," Washington, D. C, 490

Wellman, Walter, 658, 672

Wentworth, — , 403

Western Railroad Association, 521,
528-9

Wheeler, Gen. Joseph (C. S. A.), 739, 769

Wheeling, W. Va., 80

"Whiskey Ring" frauds and trials,
437-51, 645

"Whiskey Trust," the, 639-41, 642,
647, 648-9, 654

White, Captain, 298

White, Chief Justice, 655, 8ii

White, Horace, 330, 332, 757

White, Mrs. (daughter of Senator
Sawyer), 490

White, Senator (of La.), 812, 816

White Water Valley Railroad, 379

Whitney, William C, 113, 665, 668,
674, 675, 681. 686, 700, 708, 786, 787



Whitney, William L., 113

Widener, P. A. B., 576, 581, 660-2

Wigmore, John Henry, 805

Wilder, Calvin, 482

Wiles, Capt. D. W., 391

Wilkin, Thomas, 37

Wilkinson, James, 476, 477, 478, 479,
482, 483

Willamette Valley, Oregon, Davis's,
uncles of Walter Q. Gresham, remove
to, 46

Willard, Ashbel P., 70, 71, 85

Williams, Charles R., 685

Williams, Governor (of Ind.), 387, 389,
391-3. 398. 400, 406, 407, 466

Williams, Mrs. 247

Williamson, David D., 367-70

Williamson, R. E., 376

Williamson, Trustee, vs. New Albany &
Salem Railroad, 367-71

WiUis, Albert S., 752, 760-2, 764, 766,
767, 768, 771. 775

Wilson, — . 668

Wilson, A. L., 243

Wilson bill, the, 770

Wilson, Gen. James H., 303, 304, 375.
383. 385-6, 394-7. 438

Wilson, George P. R., 59, 63

Wilson, George W., 580, 588

Wilson-Gorman bill, 651

Wilson-Gorman tariff, 714-5

Wilson, James F., 287

Wilson, John C, 71

Wilson, John M., 76

Wilson, Maj. Bluford, 438-42, 672-3,
758

Wilson, Mrs. A. L., 243-4, 259

Wilson Tariff bill, 713-5

Wilson, William L., 665, 736

Wilson, Woodrow, 809

Wiltse, Captain, 746

Winchester, Jud^e Josiah, 251, 256, 257

Windorn, William H., 610, 723

Winfield, Kas., birthplace of "People's"
party, 626

Winslow, Lanier & Company, 137, 339

Winslow, R. H., 137

Winston, Mrs. Nancy W., 261

Winter, Ferdinand, 403

Wintersmith, — , 159

Wire Trust, the, 639

Wisconsin, Supreme Court holds Fugi-
tive Slave Law of 1850 unconstitu-
tional, 51; trial of the Angle case in,
530-49; land grants to St. Croix
Railroad, 531-2; the Angle case in
the legislature, 532-5. 537-9. 546-8;
decision in the Angle case, 537, 548



INDEX



87s



Wisconsin volunteer regiments. Civil

War:

1st Infantry, 164

I2th Infantry, 214, 222, 223, 241,
243, 266, 270, 297, 832

17th Infantry, 294

33d Infantry, 223
Wise, John S., 585
Wishard, A. W., 570, 580, 588
Withers, Mrs., 82, 83
Wolcott, Senator, 638
Wolf, Simeon K., 143, 425, 426, 428
Womack, Albert, 237
Woman's suffrage, 809-10
Women, suffering of, during war, 161
Wood, Charles, 278
Wood, Col. R. C. (C. S. A.), 279
Wood, General, 160, 161, 164, 166
Woodbury, Colonel, 231
Wood's brigade, 160
Woods, Judge William A., 417, 419,

484, 485, 486, 506, 507, 552, 606, 607,

608-9, 610-8, 624
World's Columbian Exposition, 621,

664, 693, 694, 69s, 699, 700
Woolner, Samuel, 647



Worth, Major, 143

Worthington, Col. Thomas, 20, 47;

criticizes Sherman at Shiloh, 183-4;

court-martialed, 184-5, 821-2
Wounded soldiers, care of, during war,

181
Wright, — , 79
Wright, — , 217
Wright, Benjamin, 342
Wright, Julia, 79-80
Wright, Oswald, 80, 82, 83, 87, 89, 90
Wright, Samuel J., 12, 26, 34, 51, 75,

149, 169, 170, 212, 214, 230, 291, 825

Yancey, WilHam L., 58, 112, 114
Yang-Yu, Chinese ambassador, 699,

788, 816
Yang-Yu, Madame, 697-9, 788
Yerkes, Charles T., 418
Yohn, James C, 476
Young, Robert, 276
Young, Stanley, 85
Young, Stanley, Jr., 29-30
Young, St. Clair, 29
Young, William, 405-6
Young's Point, near Vicksburg, 218



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