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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 August 1883

"SwsHPSirsegBjOTKsissigipBiPwP 1 3tvsi THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,)' D. 0., - THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1883. Jhe National Tribune. (Established 1877.) a. TO CARE FOR KIM WHO HA6 BOB THC BATTLE, AND FCfi K1S WIDOW AKD ORPHANS.' 'ABAMK i.MOU. "The validity of the pimuc sew of thc United TATC8, AUTHORIZES W UWT, tWCLUWWO DW6 IfcCORHEO FOR PAVMENT OF PEMIOM6 AMD BOOMTNX PO DWMOE IN SUP PRESSING ih6tR:To o neaeuioK, hmj. not be ooes tionco.' Sc , Art. XIV, CoemvTiOfc of thc United tates. i cofmwsr it the adustt pat oewtc to the inter ESTS CTeOUIBmjBUlIMNTCaUVraf. ISAMtCSTLY COMMEWB W TO AU. COMMOEC OF T O0." Piaji VakOervoort, Ciiiawi i fwf . G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar jer Year. 3-TEfiJS OF MOSaawVIOM- -iummatr cash in acvamc Hotter i ownon oymowme thru v rbbm- TfcREO tCTTBR, KTM. MOWr OK0CR, 8 WATT OK CW York ww. kitiw k or T kmogk, a auo au. tB&CMWKWB D TO AOENTC -C-RENWr,LS -Suwciwm cam aumwc acowtmn the oTC whe THriit suescwrne wiu. emi r tootwe AT THE tNHMBt 0 THE W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 August 1883

SSPSSeSSS - rtS THE NATIONAL. TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON'). 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1883.' llllfipipPs NEWS OF THE WEEK, Crimes OnssaJiies Personal and JPoKtical Capiiai Tfipics. A caso of allied fratid on pensioner was bxp'irht to light a tfce 7fch inet by the arrest, ia thi? fit-- of Alpha B. Beall, aw employee of the 'xt:v ruiwat Printing Office, who is changed with ", ra od ing Mrs. Christine Brearoer, a pen sioner, o j-75- of pension claim of $1,458 paid to bar ia An irust, UfcsO. Beaii and Mrs. Breamer li-red in nd;iniejt houses in tbiecity.and Beall learning that M Breamer bad had a sob killed in 1e Fed rai service daring the ww, induced lier 1 applv for a pension. The facte with re gard to her bob's dalh having been proved, Mis. Breamer was allowed a pension of $o per iHoaUi, with arrears from 1965, making the stun of $1,433. Jwst before the claim was al lowed Beall offered to secure the pension for her if she wottM give him half. This she agrreed t do, and after the claim was gra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 August 1883

Kj fm9WW"mwi. L?S&CS r33 m&m .v- -Lji'-f j?? ts5- -- s- " i THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: 'WASHINGTON, : D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 18S3. m- THE GRAND ARMY, Opening the New National Headquar tersDepartment News. On the return of General Robert B. Death, the new Gouinwmdor-in-Chicf of the Grand Arms, to Philadelphia, he wis tendered an in- lonnairecopuon ou luucvwiuij; ui ujjuji at lie hall of Post No. 5, of that city, aud on lesday evening lust held a formal reception "at the same place, a report of which, owing to the hour at which we go to press, we are un able to present in this issue. Commander-in-Chief Bcath's first order wil doubtless he issued in time for publication in our next number, and by a week from to-day the trausforof jupcrs, documents, &c, from theold to the new National Headquarters will have been effected, and the work of thenewadministratiou will begin in earnest. We shall endeavor to keep our readers thoroughly posted from week to -week as to affairs at Nat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 August 1883

s jfW & ' '" 5 K.; . rLVV 3WX3! . 4 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY," AUGUST .16, 1883. HGpNG THOJ OYER 'What Our Yctenuis Have to Say About Tlicir Old Campaigns. Stone Elrcr Sojnc Disputed Tolnlg. To the Efliior Xatioxai. Tbiuuxk : With your permission, I would like to maTce m short aply to D. G. Blodsett's letter in your Sssuc or June 21, under tbe hondiug of " Wag Dor's Brigade lit Stone River, December 31, 1SGS." I was also engaged, m tbat battle, if I am not mistaken, and m bomewbat interested in tliu loiter reforrod to. Joseph C Freotuan, corporal, Twenty-fourth O. Y.Jl, sent a very kind letter of denial to Bloflgett's statement as te holding ground, &c, published in Thji Tiubukk of July 19. Now, boys, lot us talk this matter over and see if we (as our editor says) are not getting old and liable to be mistaken. If Blodgott means to say that the Second brigade of the Second division was the only brigade that held its ground during the battle, I will no...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 August 1883

PpiPPP JK- & JZ-jr- 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1883. r i. f t- r te OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports from Leading Business Centres. The Kentucky Distillers' Association mot in secret session at the Gait House, Louisville, Ky., August 8, forty-one distillery companies "being represented. A committee from tho Western Export Association was also prosont. Jtcsolutions Averc adopted providing for the appointment of a committee of seven to confer with committees from other Suites, to have charge of all legislative matters and all trade questions, and is to bear its own expenses and to fill vacancies, and that if it is found imprac ticable to distribute capacity among the lead ing States, a pool should be formed for the purpose of limiting the production of whisky to the want of trade Major E. A. Burke, manager of the New Orleans Times Dsmocrat, has bten appoint...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 August 1883

SSSi l ISktmtt of raw fiw tow wlw te famte tU Wit, antf fw tte widow ttfl 0ifttt&" ESTABLISHED 1877. NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1883. YOL. m-NO. 2 WHOLE NO. 106; fttftomg. ECHOES OF THE TO. The First Amputation as Dpscribed by the Survivor. GEKERAi HENO'S DEATH. The Siege of Charleston Mor ris and Folly Islands. TB3S GOLD WATER AFFAIR. A Fight in a Graveyard An Imprisoned Flag. To the Editor National Tribune: Between 4 and 4:30 o'clock, on Jlouday morn ing, Juno 3, 1S61, the citizens of Philippi, the county-seat of Barbour county, W. Va., as well as'ihe Confederate forces that -were encamped at that place, -were aroused from thoir sluni "bers by the cannon's awful boom! booni! one report quickly following the other. Though sleeping soundly, it was sufficient to awake us to the stern reality that terrible war had "begun in earnest, and that the villagers men, women and children and the soldiers were alike under the fire of theonemy,and naturally the wilde...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 August 1883

Wm --'Jl m, THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1883. 2 LOYAL WOMAN'S WORK a letter Wilting Household Hints Our Experience Sleeting, &c. OnuhiclwZ fry c 2i. STtcriFOod. 3'-tor writing, strictly speaking, may not be a behold econiilisbment, and yet it is an .icuHnplishmc-nt that few housekeepers can do without. Wo refer, of course, to the enlight ened modern school, whose enlarged sphere of usefulness makes it necessary that they should have a free command of every form of cominu nication iu the world of affairs, business and .social. The average business man is so very bnsv that his wife must perforce assume re Bpoiisibi lities in the household economy which ware formerly regarded as the exclusive prop erty of man. Besides, she has her social duties to discharge acceptably, mauy of which involve considerable correspondence. Letter writing is, -therefore, aa art -which cannot be too early cultivated. Letter writing, though the most important branch of co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 August 1883

fFlffl -iV " S""' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON;, D. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1883. RURL TOPICS, "Some Practical Suggestions for Oar snricnltaial Readers. A! UKIEF SEASONABLE UIXTS. Ground intended for wheat should be plowed at once, and the deeper it is starred the batter; subsoil plow should follow in each furrow. This deepening of the fil largely insures against winter killing and heaving out the plants, provided the drainage is all Tight. It is not best to plow in the manure so deeply, as the grouud ought to be turned at first plowing; in fact, the bust results arc found to follow when the manure, being somewhat ratted, is applied 10 the f urface and harrowed just before seeding, compressing all thoroughly with a roller after the seed is deposited. Late potatoes should ba often cultivated if the weather proves dry; the newly-loosened soil allows air to pass through it, from which the coldrr earth will condense moisture. This is probably one of the reasons why crops that are at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 August 1883

rwras Si 2 - w-- i-- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON )U C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1883. iv The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) " TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE OATHX, AND rCH ris wsow ako OKPHAW6." Abraham Lwooln. "the vauoity of the ptteuc dt of the United States, authorkoo oy uu. tttcuastxc news incubred fob FAVMtNT Of POWKWS AM BOOHTCB FOR 6CHWCES IN SUP F?'f$ .3 IHGUmtCZWi OR KEMUtON, SHAU. NOT EE CES T -SEC A, ART. XfY, COMTITtmOH OF THE UNITED .' .u. J tOHWMH? T THE ABLEST MFC OEOTEO TO THE 1NTER E6T6 Of THE COLONS MiOUmB: I THE COUWTWT. 1 EAWWTLY XOKMCNDT TO rtU. OBMRAMS OF Wt OUBtH." Pma. VamDciwookt, -Cwr, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Tear. JC3-TEWMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Invariably cash im AOVAttCE. Wcrev JWMBe OTHCBWtfC WW W WBC TCHC3 LETTS' POCTW. MOWr OR9GR, OR DAMT ON Hew York, vnu. cc at the w9k of the semder, as ao au. fjjr.SWI,T'( P TO AOEMTS. jGi-aKEWAL6--S'JSCfttOE6 SAM AlWAVS ABOEHTAM TH OATE KEt THI :t etfaaOKPTtSM MU. EXWBE 8V tOOKHKS AT THE M9K3...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 August 1883

S " yvJr ' -x THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON! D, 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1883. - "V . " g " " J- -.-' ' NEWS OF THE WEEK, Crimes and Casualties Personal and Political Capital Topics. SarGo-Gonoral Hamilton has directed tho collector of customs at Pensacola, Fla., to cm ploy as amity patrolmen as may be necessary to maintain an efficient quarantine around the navy-yard at that place. The medical officer at New Oilcans was instructed Saturday to slap to Pettsaoola six hospital Units, six barrels of brimstone and two barrels of copperas. President Gilmau, of the Pensaopla Board of Health, was also advised to oocamence another inspection immediately. Private advices iu this city are to the effect that there arc live cases of yeHow fever in Hie Pensacola navy yard and three outside, and that there is dan ger of the spreading of the disease. On the other hand, an Associated Press dispatch from Peasaoola states that a cordon has been estab lished around tine navy-yard by land and water,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 August 1883

-at ii 6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTONrD. C., THU11SDAY, AUGUST 23, 1883. Hf-; - . ,. - , , - , . ,v sr ' " - " O THE GRAND ARMY. General Beatlfs Eeception Order No. 1 Department News. The necessary transfer of papers from the old to the new National Headquarters at Phila delphia having been effected, the latter have "been regularly opened for business, and the new administration may now be said to bo fully under way. On Tuesday evening, the 14th hist., as previously announced in these columns, a formal reception was tendered Commander-in-Chief Death, concerning which a Philadelphia correspondent writes us as follows: HECEPXIOX TO THE COJMASfDEB-IlC-CHIEF. The reception given by Post No. 5, Depart ment of Pennsylvania, to its honored comrade, liobert B. Heath, recently elected by the Na tional Encampment Commander-in-Chief, was held on Tuesday evening, the 14th hist., at its headquarters, No. 15:23 30th South street, Philadelphia, Pa. Over 300 comrades, repre senting nearly every...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 August 1883

rf-JPJiriXAi ; i If . -. Tf -." - t)r -p?(" g & ftuts E ' :-yiaJL?jw- -e-a- f w rfsr-ea a . CV THE NATIONAL TRIBMB: "WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 2?, 18S3. -a-&- FIGHTING THE1J OYER, WM Oiir Yeierans Have io Say Alout Their Old Campaigns. The Scrfnicenth Corps at Atlanta. To the Editor .National Tkibuxe: "Upon reading the report of the action of July 22, 1S64, near Atlanta, Ga., contributed by W. G. Harorich, Co. H, Thirty-ninth Ohio, in The Tjiiboe of July 26, 1 perceive that be falls into an error concerning the Seventeenth Army Corps. He says: "Weamvedatourplaceonthe light of the army on the evening of the 21st of July, in tins rear of the Seventeenth Corps." As or.iTof those who, on that memorable day, cap tured Bald Hill, I take the liberty of saying that our con -Seventeenth was on the extreme left of the forces, not on the right. He says, fur ther, that after "carrying a strong position in their front M that day, on the morning of thc22d " they found the works ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 August 1883

OF-rffK TSw v- spt" jr "'rs " crir- :-:. x X - ' 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1883. "r iSTW J'5ftSr''?SwsytTf an'"sSp3Ww!DrtjS3SiV" C Pci!:rH,u 9"wBr4wS33SgFJ?5V T?tS-" ..w f-tcwK5iyj3rffy3T5v35 OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, uid Agricultural Development FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports from. Leading Business Centrea The Secretary of the Call forma Board of Agri culture has collected statistics of the area of land on which crops of wheat, barley, corn, and oats were raised last year. The Uttals arc: Wheat, .034,710 acres; WIcy, 775,403; corn, (5,75G; outs, 122,018. In addition there are 29,351 acres of rye, of which Mer -ed has 20,030 mires; Stanis laus, 2,(530; Sau Iou is Obispo, 2,200 ; Bulte, 1,500 ; Placer, 1,000; Sonoma, 500. The increase of acreage of wheat for this year, as compared with last, Mr. Smith places at not more than 10 percent, though it has generally been estimated as high as 20 per cent. The diiicnaic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 August 1883

,-r- Vll'lM' Wl fo raw fiw Wm who to tomw tfw tmttte, aufl ftv W wfflow 2mA Drptuuws." ESTABLISHED 1877 -ITEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1883. VOL. HI-NO. 3.-WH0LE NO. 107. .r M --"V 1- LiSS7IK' -" . ' . iM fixriji ' oi 4ii?Sv:-MBft.-"a TFSiS)JS-to. 0FmS i -8k ROUND THE CAMP-FIB jj. V. Tales of the War Told hj Our Veterans Themselves. AT OKAMPIOSPS HILL. "Wilder tat Chickamauga and trie Storyof His Brigade. EED BOTSR CAMPAIGN. Colenasui's Cross-roads Before Atlariita A Novel Capture. To tho Bftitor National Tslbune: My attention has been cabled to an article in The Trimjstb of tle JH& of this month, signed by Captain G. D. Gray, of Glenwood, Ho. Ho writes of the battle of Champion's Hill, and more particularly of that pari of the field fought over fey Hoveys division, and remark that be "-would be pleased to have the opinion of some of the Eleventh Indiana on the battle of Cliaropien's Mitt' X, member of the Six teenth Ohio battery, whieh was gallantly sup p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 August 1883

fei:--'. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1883. LOYALWOMP'SWORK Tmhm Schools for Girls Our Ex priciioc Meeting, &e. Conducted by Kale B. Slierico&l. Thr question of public school reform of vital interest lo the Aiaerioui millions has fmalJy crvstuttizod into something Loth practical j and. sensible. It has been very piam for some uime tliat onr public schools were to an extent a failure, iHcansc they qualified neither the boy nor girl, wtio could go through to gradua tion clay, fer any reel employment. A smatter ing of this, that, and tin other thing is in no souse an education ; neither does a knowledge of grammar and arithmetic amount to much if the Muty aoqeiring it is in the end obliged to earn his bread ly the lalor of his hands. And this, after all, ijust what the average boy or girl must make up his mind to do. How t educate the head and the hands at the same time Las been the perplexing problem of the t'.ma. As might be expected, whoro so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 August 1883

if ? i v-" THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON' D. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1883. OUR RURL TOPICS. Some Practical SiiOTSiions for Our Agricultural Readers. HAJVWLIXG r.RES. The GenManUrwu Tdcarunh says that bees, when filled with !nnuy. are not inclined to l Eti ng unless Uiwy are HqUcnscd. To cnttse them to all themselves widi honey, it is uly in ces sary to frishtcm lliotn and they will rush to save their mo valuahle property. Clos:ng the entrance and tapping upun tho side of the hive a few nrinubs. r blowing Dundee in the err tntuot, or down among them froui the top. will make thvin U1 up and be docile. Bui t4ie ac tions of the pi-nwn havo uinch to do with it ait-o. In joins to a lnv and opening it, make slow, deliberate motions, and keep your bunds alyp from yur face unless put tsicre slowly. Many penfloiis have been stung by qun-kly throwing their bauds up to their face when an angry bor catuc mound, the b.-e taking it as a challenge to light. First, got a good bollows Emokt r to l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 August 1883

S: VT.fTTTgSOT s l"-j.i-i '""' . " . :hiid. w -at" :.-t' - -. " t.1" Jj; TV', ?S-V. .rffli' - Ss -1" e 53? -T" vr THE tfATIOffAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, ft 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1883. sssp . 1 f Tie Iatiom Tribune. (ESTABUSHED 1877.) 0 '""To cabe ron him vho hab oornc the turnc, and for WIS WIDOW AMD OHPHAJJS." AtJRAHAW LlNCOt-N. "The vauwtv of the ih.c debt of the United States, -Auwtoaio cv law, ikcuidwg oojts incurred for PAYMENT OF AN BOUNTIES FOB SCBWOES IN SUP PRESSING IIv8!JSfiCT10N OR REOCUJOtt, SHAU. NOT EE CUES- TIO'CD." Sec , Airr. XiV, Constitution of the Unites States. ' i cohmdefl it thc awjwt paphi mwotgo to the ihtcr- ESTfiOFTESOUNtrattJHEB4ftTMCOVMTmr. I EARNESTLY COMUCN8 IT TO AU. C0MRAO66 OF THE OBOER.'" PSML VawOEHVOORT, CeMtMiMs-t-Ctticr, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. J83TERM6 OF SttBSCFiflPTJGK wt3Ly cash in jujvANOt. Uowev Foemmma ctmowme m bk rwk- TEREO ICTO, KWTAt HOHET OR96S, O mUFT OH NEW York, ww. be at the risk of the sehosr, a At all C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 August 1883

iBtt5-? 'BwKeT- i -fff C"-?L. r 3rV, THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, yD. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1883. NEWS QF THE WEEK, Cilmcs and Casualties : Personal and Political Capital Topics. A strange sight greeted the cyos of Ihe dories employed in Oka Pension Bureau as they camo to the office on Wednesday morning of last week. Crouched in the doorway was a group of human beings so disguised with rags and covered with dnst that it was impossible at first glance to tell whether they were men or vroiaen. Ciosor investigation showed that tlie group conetetedof a man, bis v,riie and throe children. Raising himself and dusting the travel-f&uned rags which served for clothes, the man lkod on the curious throng of spec tators. He was ohcok rayed to toll his story. He aatd hr was a private soldier in the First infantry, U. S. A., stationed at Fort Scott, Mo., bnt -was discharged a cottple of yeans ago. He Lad wandered out West, xod then had walked all the way to this city from the Black Hil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 August 1883

"jrrTz-z ' s Jt "e.-tyT3- 6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1883. r II- THE GRAND ARMY, ja- Coaiinandcr-iii-CIiief Beath's Futnre MoFcracats. Department News. Reports from the various Dopartmonts con tinue encouraging. The work of mustering new Posas goee bravidy ob, and these already established are gaining etedily in raembacahip. Just 'm tbo various iinifir Encampments of the Grand Atjbv and the pegiraeMtal Reunions occupy a large share of oar comrades' aUou tkm, but aU these gatherings contribute di xoctly to the swslfare of the Grand Army, wad ait; the nipa-n of adding asaaynewrecriiitetoit. A reprwscistiuive of Tub Tktjmjne bad a de lightful bcr chat with Coannaadcan-Chief Death, in Philadelphia, tlir other day. and ar readers .will lie glad to know that dur ing tite eomitig fell and winter ho will visit tii principal cities in the Kew JSngboid, Middle and Western States. Uo will He t Gettysburg dnriug the present week, jm the Eucainprihsnt of the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 August 1883

.xjsswswssi&s P'fP v . .wg THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1883. HfpNG THEHf OYER WhaiGar Yoiorans Have to Say About Their Old Ganwaisis. To the IWitor KArroNAi. Tiuitone: iILC Jlrow-n's account or tie battle of Spring "SHW, AvMdh appeared in Tim Tkibuke a short time ngo, was no doubt carrect :is fur as it rc iferned to tihe part liis regiment (the Sixty fourth Ohio) took in but it -was far from correct in what it said about Schoficld and the balance of his array. I will try to write an account of the campaign as seen by one of General Oex's priynteR, anil I will begin whero Goner! Oapron said he m.v? a column of in fantry coming from tho direction of Pulaski on the double-quick ; for it is a fact that when we saw the desperate situation of Oapron's coraniNttd, we struck out at a gait that was quite an improvement on the ordinary double quick, and 1 shall never forgot the cheer that wont up from Capron's hoys when wo ran in .hofcwecn them and the en...

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