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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 July 1883

ww rw.tij SaTn?J ' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. V THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1883. The Iatioml Tribune. (Established 1877.) "TO CARE FOR KIM WHO HAS BORNE THE CATTLE, AND FC3 i!8 YV1&OV At0 ORPHANS." ABRAHAM t-NOOU. VtTHE VAU&iTY OF THE PUBUC SOT OF THE UfHTEO ETATES, AUTHOniZEO tiY IAW, INCUHXtHi OEK INCUJfflOD FOR pXTweht or putm&is am) soonnte bm aetwces in sop- FRC6EJN0 1NSUPRCCTW OB REKUIOK, 6HAU. WOT DE OOES-7J0SCD.--5eC. 4, ART. XV, OOKflTITOTJON OF THE UMTEO TATE6. i CONSiOCR IT THE AK" PAPES CWOTED TO THE tKTBfT EeT6OFTC0UNa)PUaiMME1tkTHO0UlTy. 1MWTI.Y tOMMEtre tT TO AU. COMMICC OF THcOMKk. flUt VanOBWOOHT, GmrnMim nrimr. G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. i o One EkHar per "Year. JS3TESS OF SUBSCRIPTION Imiwbably cah jn pDVAMOC. OSOT FORWARDS OTMC5IWWC THAW T TEfiED UETTW, OCTAJ- JOKEr ORSER, OS RAFT ON HBH YORK Will m AT THE RISK OF THE 6EKOEB, AS AIM All JSvJtSCWTiONt WHO TO A8ENTB. RNEWAt.S. -SwescBmaw cam aiwavs ascbrtaM! J-HE BATE . THCJR S JMCfHMTIO. WMA CXHRE W 4...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 July 1883

"5?S affi? 3s"f3C7-?c?v !W1jE''&"fe'jrSw -t JvISSP . JS SCJ&'a.Si''?!ljK'tJ3- 5T -C- -- y.iffgirffi-55?g38Wy iB t?1l r, - . - - .. -. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1883. & NEWS 'OF THE WEEK, & Grimes and Casualties Personal and j Political Capital Topics. TSieiUgbt of Major Uickerson left his wife nS MlBBliena D. Qartor, sometime Mrs. Nick- oreon, to satost rival claims to liis property. Be ga-v Iena Carter, as far as a married man xk)L dm wuno and his estate. To the former" 4ie anurias she lias no right, twit she claims libit -the jwpens executed by Major Kicfcerson glvohora !! tttJe to tlie latter. She sets out tht kr marrajfe to 3dm -was made in linsle at th- house of Rov. J.J. Laws, 257 Gil- juor wre. llaltitnorc, because lie represented to Vr t it it her JOOtheraiHl friends found she "was j-.'M.'!i t. marry a divorced man tiicy would' jnt'nen-. but that finding the marriage ac- (.;iiuh 1 and beyond tbr power they -iaV uinkethe host o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 July 1883

J;--, i-i JI j"-rsj: . . r:r r. :.'i rit-'tOstft lifs.'if -. . jrtJH tS' 6 THE NATIONAL TKIBOTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1883. f? S?&S7iTS'WSmW'? Ji- rTEllsrT ' TKwWiSSSWWTKKfflSOT'2,- - W3fefef?4a t- ""!ilw iiK-ti 'T'ieiF tftYr".iy4.r ,J k r -taK-yr- , -. . --:, - ?i i.i. oa w.- rv - jf-mn-tz&?;' wi . - k i; c-u bw .b & i a. n n-w: oi-? jtt'j.. wjv. -Wi-' i. . " -4- " jp& ir-r j' -t-t r- - - ,-sy, - " t - - y -- ,- - r- , - -, " XT'" v " - TfjE GRAND ARifY, IIow it Observed the Foiirlli Reports from New Posts. The celebration of Independence Day "was Bauch more general than usual this year, owing to the active part taken in it by Posts of iho Grand Army, as will bo seen by reference to our reports from the various Departments. Our advices from Denver arc to the effect that -vigorous efforts are being made to raise the money necessary to entertain the visitors to the Encampment About one-third of the requisite sum lias been secured. A meeting of citizen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 July 1883

"s??: 'rx J:S "?" 'jrW'&r. Cf-rJ MI THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHING-TON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1883. . d h . FITTING THERJ OYER, What Our Yoicrans Hare to Say About Their Old Campaigns. Chancellorsville Sedgwick's JIoTemont. To the Editor Natxoxai. TnrnrxE: I am a subscriber to Tire TnruryE, and have read with -deep interest the bottle sketches -which have heen contributed to its columns. It seenis to me tliat those -who were actually engaged should he able to give a hettcr account of a light than those who -were merely lookers on. Permit me to take tip High Private J. Huntington's account of the batUeorOlinncellorsvillc,Va.,(wliich appeared in THKTnioiTXE of June 7th ), -where he stopped. I, too, have often thought it strange that the Union army received such a threshing at Cluuicellors vifie and ialem Church. Bad management some where must, I think, hne heen the cause, as "braver men never shouldered a gun than fought on that bloody field. It was thoroughly a bloody battle, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 July 1883

.&szr i- - t "q. J- 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,). C, THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1883. BBMMtBWrRPWmWfftwJ!1Mffffi H.'rrlwTpiWiyi ''BSg"" JV--3S: OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Musfrial, Commercial, Railroad, UfL Agricultural Development FINANCE AND TRADE. Xatest Reports from Leading Business Centres. Taecontractforligliting tho Louisville Rspo Bttiou "building lias been awarded to fboEalson Electric Light Company, of Xcw York. The tuiildiugis to belightcd with 4,600 Edison incan descent electric lights of sixtcen-candle power each. This isthe largest undertakingof the kind ever known, and the plant to he used -will be larger lliaa even that at the great London ex hibition of electric lights held last year. The exposition is the largest building ever lighted with electricity. The amount of copper wiro used wul wt'igh 40,000 pounds, and if stretched out would reach forty miles. Some of the wire 5s very thick. There will be fifteen dynamo machines, worth about $4,000 each. To move them wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 July 1883

I&tttOTtai XTM 4l4lJK "a mxt ft Wat Wlw to torn te XraXe, au'ft tfrc.fote wWow mtf " ESTABLISHED 1877.-STEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1833. YOL. H-NO. 49.-WH0LE NO. 10B THE BEIDGE BDRpS. Expedition to Bum the Eailroad Bridges in last Tennessee. JTGH3? AT IVY MOUNTAIN. Nelson's Figlit with. "Williams in Eastern Kentucky. A HOPELESS CEASE. General Sherman's Anecdote of President Lincoln. On the last of September William B. Carier had an interview with General Thomas rela tive to burning the bridges on the line of the the East Tennessee and Georgia Ifciilrcad, and on the Virginia and Tennesses Eailroad, east of Knoxville, preparatory to the invasion of the State by "United States troops. General Thomas warmly seconded the pro posal in a letter to General McClellau, asking him to use his influence with the authorities at Washington to obtain money to enable Carter to carry out his plans. Obtaining the requisite funds, he made his way back to Ten nessee, and three...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 July 1883

THE ATIONxL TRIBUNE: WA&HMGTOtf, P. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1883. 2 LOYALWOMp!SWOM( a !Dh6 Fireside and the .World Wide. Helpful Hinis tad Friendly Talks. lOtoirfurfiirf JMc B. Skcnmod.1 A Rtntnlai wrfter a owfcery, sjM.kiag of tlie hopelul reviml of Hie art of ouakiagwitii oth r lost art in America, y d of the weatihv m tkfc ooenfay Hwjr itnMoriinjr; 3neu, and they know 1 about domestic m ouiT than the Wksa f the higiwr nmks abroad ; not because English or Frcadt iadUs take wore part in ho)fceepinjC bt because tby are at home all their lives, ladies ef the highest rank never g 1 a lardiii4C-Bbol, or any other school, and o know best liow tkiofis are dona They are at homo liateuiag to criti cinae fiww !, wh is an epicure, on the sbort oowinrs oi his own or his neighbor's table. They hoar from aiamma what the soup lacks, or in what respect the oook is deficient in bar irork. And tints they acquire, little by HtUe, alceowlodse of food aud its ingmlieate, which is 5nvnfctaW 1o them ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 July 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1883. RURiL TOPICS. Some Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Headers. NEW GRAPES. To the Editor 2ational Tribune: Two yoars ago I purchased some now grapes, and among them were tlie Pocklington, Prentiss, Lady Washington, Brighton, and DurhtMB. They are now makiuj: their third year's growth with me, and seemed to he doing very well rnitil Illy- I find that the herries on the Lady Washington seem to shrivel, become blackened and dry up, although tlie leaves are green and the young grow tlis vigorous. The leaves on the Prentiss are spotted and brown in places; tins plant bhowed the same appearance last vcjw and a good portion of the leaves drop ped ahout tfacond of July. I d not like its ap pearance at present, the leaves seem to be going as last year, only a little earlier. The Pock lington is the greatest grower of the lot, its leaves resemble those of tlie Concord, and if its fruit proves to be as good as that kind ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 July 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1883. The Natioml Tribune. (ESTABLISHED 1877.) rt.lt ir TO CARE POB HIM WHO HA$ WWW TW WBTXE, AND rOB HIS WDOW AKO OWHAKS.' AOtMVM UNCOIL. The vwuorry of the pubuc otar or tkc Umtgd ETA.TE8, AUTHOM&O UW, IkCUWXW OCUT WCBIKB POfl PAYMENT OT PS0l AND BOUMTItB JOB tttmCES Ml FPceswo wuwmxtiom or uteeujw, shall ot k euss tjomeb.' tc , Art. XfV, Cowrmnioii or toe Umteb States. " 1 O&HMitfi T THC ASUST PAP 0OT TO THE fTR- r6ToFTpicpjfiijDiToowrnr. icwffi6n.r CSMYCHO tr Q AU. OOMRJUKa OF TMC Okoer. Raul VmOervdort.. r, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per "Year. JGSTERVS OF SUBSOMPTIOK Imwamasiy oah in JUK'N0E.- JMtv FORWARDED OTHERWISE ?( JSV fRS TERCD tJETTCP, POSTAL M0NEV ORDeS, OR OWMFT O CW YORK, Wfti BE AT THE MSK OF THE SEKD8R, S AtSO ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAID TO AOEKTB. 4JTIEIIEWALS. Subscribers can always abcertain THE CATC WCfc THEIR SUSCOfMTtON WIU. EXPIRE W UXMONQ AT THE NUMBER Ofc THE WRAPPER OF TMEW PAPER, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 July 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1883. NEWS 'OF THE WEEK, (Mines and OasaattiesPersesal and Mital Cajital Topics. The first examination f candidates for clerk t'.ips under the vfl service law came off on the 12th inst. at the rooms of the commission in the Aericultaral Denartraeat. There were Ti-Miit the members of the general oonmiis Jioi.ers and the five local examiner who have hn appointed. Messrs. F. L. Campbell, of the 2i. rtior; O. W. Lou,"n, of the War; Isaac C. Pinter, Pns-t-Office, and E. W. Clarke and A. M. Judm. Tnasary Department. Means. Ofwip 1k !, Longa .a i Jud-m supervised the exatni natinr.. in aid of ti f i:a.artier Lyman. The examination mas for &AW, $1,000, and $T.2O0 tlei k -hips. About ninety persons were present for thi ordaL The subject embraced in the e:uanai;m wore orthography, penmanship a.-' copy ins, arithmetic, fundamental rales, P ot -jis and m-i.taire. interest, discount, e. iiiwits of lkkeping and of accounts, c-1 nx'ii...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 July 1883

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: 'WASHINGTON, &D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1883. TfJE GRAND ARBfY. On Ihe Eve of lite Encampment De partment Reports. The 2slaiml Encampment of the Grand Array wHi oeavene at Denver on Wednesday nest and remain in session three days, but the red-latfcw day will doubtless be Tuesday nest, when the grand parade will take place The city will he handsomely decorated, aud arches of 'evergreens, brought from the mountains, will sjwji H.e streets. Coinmander-iii-t'hicf Yan Dervoort and party will leave National Headquarters at Omaha, for Denver, hy special train or the 23d inst, and on the 23d inst there will he a meeting oi the Council of Adminis tration. White the Encampment is in session, the d derates to the Woman's Auxiliary Confer ence will met at the Academy of Music and formulate a plan for a union. At last advices the work of laying out Camp Van Dervoort, which is to accommodate 13,000 vib'Sors, had beeti nearly completed. There will he 1,309 tents in all, a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 July 1883

THE NATIONAL TBIBUNB: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1833. HtpNGTHElfl OVER, MM te Tctoas Hare lo Say About Their Old Campaigns. -' A Gallant Charge To Uie Editor National Tjobcne: As an additional contribution to the history of the battle of Jonesbor, iermit mo to say a word not in otiikitftn of Uic tfattenienl of a comrade, but to cbz onicte an exploit in connection with that bnt tlc. w Inch to deserving of cr-jtecial i ul ion. Outer comrades have doe just to oUier commands. What 1 haw to relate, coMeonw rccJmtitt bdong inj to tlir Third brigade. First division, iourteeuth Army Oon, Adtech, with the Second brigade, (Keg ulan", constituted the only troops of lae Firs di vision engaged. The Third brigade j com mended bvOotettel Moore, of UieSxty-imUi Ohio, nnd the dwfcaon by Mrijjndior-Gcaond W. I, I'ar lin. The regiment referred lo aats the Thirty eighth Imiuuta, h fin colonel lxing Tien. F. Serib-lu-r. bvrt r kuown as "gallant little Serib" a so briquet lieowcd uKM him by Ge...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 July 1883

-y THE NATIONAL TRIBOTE: -WASHINGTON, ;D. 1 0., THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1883. OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development. FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest' Reports froin Leading "Business Centres. Yhe Korlhvcestcrn 2fillcrsa.ys extreme dull ness and inactivity continue to characterize ibe milling business, tbe present week being even a little more off than usual. The produc tion of flour by the mills in Minneapolis, Minn, will bo comparatively light, tout fully large enough to suit the views of oar millers. On Tim-rflay there were twelve mills in opera tion, the production averaging about 10,000 barrels per day, against 7,500 barrels last week. The latter low figure recited from the week containing a hoLday. The Hour markets arc IcSj favorable thau a week ago, there being comparatively no inquiry from abroad. They Wf-re picking up to some extent at the close of last week, but were again greatly depressed by the brvak in wiiext in Chicago. The wheat s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 July 1883

rs "iC ftj1 l ffyL--ff5wf"T7 J H-P - " 2 j . - "" T "S.""" Iftrite&l Ettimtte "Sfo raw ft Mm wlw to tome ito trntttc, aM fa tog wifow anfl 0pto" WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1883. YOL. n-NO. oO.-WHOLE W. 102, ESTABLISHED 1877.-1STEW SERIES. BLOOM BALL'S BIM - - - Ho that Unfortunate Battle Came to Be Fought. TH3 FRELBGNAlY STEPS. Crossing of the Harrison's Potomac Island. at WHERE BAKER EEEL. The FiSglit to the River and Sulseequent Massacre. IBy Gonorel Geo. IT. Gordon. The circumstances that gave rise to the hat tie of Bail's Bluff, ami the main features of that massacre may he told in a few words. General Charles P. Stone commanded what lie called a corps of ohservation, on the Mary land side of the Potomac River. His pickets extended from the mouth of the Monoeacy, on the north, to moot with those of Banks' divis ion on tfcc south. Stone occupied Poolsville as lis headquarters. Between the 20th and 22d of Octoher General McCali had advanced from the Army of the Poto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 July 1883

f tss&wp. r. -- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASB&GftoN, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1883. LOYAL WOMP'SWORK TJie Eiresitfc ana the World Wide. IMpM Hints and Friendly Talks. CbHictai &j .Kate B. Shcrioood. The prcscat summer is phenomenal in point of frequency of ruins, alternating with an oppniv sltriii086 that is relaxing in the extreme. Wet nights and torrid noontides is the atmospheric condition the world over. As a consequeuce, we are already alarmed lost the plague wfckli has fastened itself upon the. JSastcrn continent will find a ready lodgment upon our shores. Nor is the alarm without just grounds. It 16 very well understood that an sw-ohs when the changes are sudden and frequent there is the greatest danger from cpi- " demies or ailments whieli are the result of arrested digestion, and that these ills that afflict tho human race are greatly aggravated 'if iiic sanitary condition is unwholesome in and around the habitations of the afflicted. A liewvy dinner, eaten when t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 July 1883

SV 'a, t THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1883. 9feS5ftiS-f-?0'R3i" SSB-avvWawS? i5. -".-Tr - t3. "j-2t Ese35Qw?sSiSMSy!3 LTrJlSfetS V-V- Eji. x' JP7-'g.JfeaS 4. V"T -'y-VS- -x. -, i;.-. ? -T- - ,r RURL TOPICS. Some Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Headers. - To the Editor Natioxax Tribute: I have just read your comments on the paper prepared at Houghton Farm on the subject of the yellows In the peach. The reasons -which you give for disbelieving that this disease is caused by the exhaustion of the soil appear to be pcrfectlj satisfactory. la this State the growing of peaches is abandoned in some sec tions, where the land is exceedingly fertile, on account of this disease, while in some other sections, where the land is poor, peaches are raised without difficulty. In the center of this State peaches were raised for half a century without any trouble from the yellows; at present there is danger of tills disease on laud recently cleared, which conta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 July 1883

IT ',"r' fJTl 3MW IWJ! -f'5 ?,f "a-" i'S'-.V THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: "WASHINGTpN.- D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1883. BEVWJOTfWSWaft The National Tribune. " (Established 1877.) rtKTO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BOJWC THE BATTLE, AND FOR W8 WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ABRAHAM L.WOOLK. J'ThC VAUOITY OF THE PUBUC CEBT OF THE UNITED States, authowieb w law, holu debts incurred for payment of tcnbkmk ano bouhtieb for 6hvicos in sup pressing 1nsurhecthow or hfcliww, shall mot be ques TIONED." Sec. -t, Art. XIV, CoNerrruTiON of the United Ctates. " i confiock it the akett pap6b oowteo to the inter- F6TSOFTHCOLBlVmiHeOMiTHOOttTnr. lEARWWTLY covmend it to all aomnmta of the Onoe?." Raw. VwOctwobt, Cwnwint'ta-Ciiw, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. JCdFTEnMS OF SUBSORPTIOK liAALy CASH in fDVANCC Monot fosmmea othewwe than w rawe- TCTCO LCTTBl, POSTAL MOMCY OKDBt, Oft 6SAFT ON MCW York, wu e at the bwc of thc mwoer, as aim all CL'B6cmpnow ho to mbehts. JQgREEWALS. SuMonmrac oan auavs ascertain the o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 July 1883

ptp ,. "t t. iJ-Vfc -fc-.ip .. ''Sar!Mii9ffff'9if f -gyy? PSGP3TJsg!T9?Srt'Fi& ?2?F'?ffiKls -" JSLTjs:s'Vw, -C V--"" THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASfflNGTolf, D. 0., THUESDAT, JULY 26, 1883. gsMca -wT'? '2uiasrwaiyjK'? J -a., - -- -sr.sy '- -y --.s-, 'a;r - -- v ., - -- -t NEWS OF THE WEEK, . - Crimes and Casualties Personal and Political Capital Topics. A rirrular has been issued notifying post-iwhu-i iif the reduction in postage Tates, which is to take oflfeofc on tiie 1st of October. Tfao circular directs ihxt until further notice post masters ftli not exchange thi oe-oent stamps and envelopes for the public Tlie postmasters are, however, notified tbat as the two and three oant htainps and envelopes of the present issue -will r-mtinwe to be v?Iid after Oetober 1st, they iu-.: Ik- aocefttod in payment of postage when of v rcf in profHsr amounts, and that the threo oeiu nan.pb can be used in combination with at, .ei io nominations on letters requiring more tt- is i ale of postage, an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 July 1883

spviSPwSB!SS??Jr?Ty!ls WK&r tT5 M -SSVSl&v-? st-Si&sF- p saSfTA v -r; .w : p V STISa -f'--a -'-' i'V"'-r,,flr?ntr ,SPt.- ' 'i'WhWj-Clg-iVJjy'TO A ,r--, -jijL.' Ik ",-?e'S J-.T-,-n0rte sfa-. , -i,j TrjE GRAND ARljY. Cheering Reports Prom Every Section. Memorial Day at Honolulu. We present below onr customary budget of Department news, and invite special attention to the account of Low Memorial Day was ob Eorved in distant Honolulu, referred to in Commander-in-Chief Van Dorvoorl's address heforc the Denver Encampment The full text of that addras will be found on another page of the present issue. During the past week The Tkibuxe has fur nished Wank applications for Post charters in TObpoRse to requests from the following: N. L. Weston, Colfax, la.; Frank M. Eddy, Shaw noe town, HI.; F. J. Fields, Atlanta, El.; O. W. Taylor, Nicholson, Pa : J. H. Wagoner, Dela van, Minn.; F. M. Campbell, Fountaintown, Ind. MAINE. Gomradc F. W. Call, Mwd "Post, No. 40, De partment of Maine, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 July 1883

M THE NATIONAL TRIBOTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1883. FITTING THD OVER , What Our Ycierans Hare to Say About " Tiieir Old Campaigns. On Ticket Before Chattanooga. Chsrpc. -A Wild Cavalry To tic Editor Natiosal Tninuinj : About the second night after the Army of the Cumberland liad stacked arms on iis defensive line in front of Chattanooga, the writer, was down in the valley on picket duty, jfossibly a half mile or more from our line of works. The night was a magnificent one. The moon hung high in a cloud less skyoer the rebel catnips. We hud but just returned from Chickauiauga, and expected a re newal of the struggle at any moment. The lines were still very sensitive, and early m the evening the eneuiy commenced tfoeltng our skirmish line, and a the hours advanced became more and more aggressive. Heavy supply and ammunition trains wero hoard moving over our pontoon bridge across the Tennessee at Chattanooga, and this un doubtedly led the enemy to beneve that our army w...

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