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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 October 1883

i t?Fri a ' ? ! '- - , e- , - v. - THE NATIONAL TEIBUNB: WASHINGTON ?. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2S, 1883. - i c t - The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) TtTo care ron hjm who has cornc the cattle, and tor kb widow aw orphans." adoahav lincoln. The valkhty of the public debt of the United States, authowsso by law, including cots incurred rcw PAYMENT OF frt.BOHS AND COWfTIES FOI S6HWCES IN SUP FRC6SINO IbBlMMCCTiOH OR ntSeUJCW, SHALL WOT BE CUES- io.cd "-Sec. 4, Art. XIV, CowarmmoN of the Omtcd States. ti I CONSIDER IT THE ABLEST PAPER OEVOTED TO THE JNTER tSTS OF THt SOLDIER PDUrtCCiNTHCOUITRY. (EARNESTLY commend it to all cokkaue6 of the ofwer." Pal V!wjObiwoort. Gou!JMHv.CHr, G. A. R. j PUBLISHED VEEKLY. r One Dollar per Tear. JC3TTBBM6 OF fSttB&DSiPTtOW ItMAWAatY cash in ADVANCE. "MOHTY fVHWAHBCD OTME8WKC THAN BY RSSIS TCREO LETTEH, STAL MOTES, JTAL MONEY OUPSR, OR DRAFT ON NEW VOftK, MiU. BC AT THE JtM4 OF THE SENDER, AS Also au. sumomhyions wmd to agents. JGS'REKEWAtS. Sww...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 October 1883

vS W -"St - ' - JSsskfes j-SsSASSSfiSE & c. -s . YSrtKHeEOT3SrSC'S''-Tl - -f- . r.-, - A ? 4? Jr-VT -tr .W rFwr. v--;ir' - .- y r ' .3&.-t ft THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHICTONl i CL , THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2S, 1883. S V4J- MS OF THE WEEK, Capital Topics Crimes and Casualties. Personal ana Political. Xieutonsnt-Colonel Thomas L. Casey, corps of engineers, U. S. A., who was chnrgod with "tho execution of file joint resolution of Con gress providing for the erection of a suitable j 5r onumont over te grave of Thomas Jouerson at Mentacello, Ya,, has made a, report to the Bfretscy of State announcing the completion, of that work. The work jast completed included the erection of a new monument over the grave of Mr. Jefferson and the bnilding of a strong and handsome fence sbout tshe burying .ground. The monument is in the form of a jgrauite obelisk. The total height of the mon- umem eigaasea ie ism c"ra- i p,.,ed by Mr. Jouerson, ana in accordance wn. liis directions placed on the obeli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 October 1883

1 H "Tv1 " $- , 'Iff V-" 'r-i' "" t . THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: VASHINGIpir, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1883: THE GRAND piY. General Beatli?s Western Trip PMla delpliia Grand Army Day, &c. Special Correspondence Nhlional Tribune. Philadelphia, Oct. 23, 1883. Just before leaving .home, to make his pre arranged trip Westj tho Commander-in-Chief found that a pressure of business matters, par ticularly those connected with the Grand Army jind the celebration of Grand Army day in this city, -would again compel him to cliango his programme, and that, instead of being absent two weeks, lie could only give one to the pur pose. He immediately wrote to the Posts who -were interested, informing them of the change in his plans, and promising to visit them later in the season. General Bcath arrived in Toledo en the loth inst at 10:45 a. m., and was at once taken to the Boody House. After dinner, in companv with Past Department Commander J. S. Kountz, G eneral Young, and Comrades Eyster j and T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 October 1883

' -- nFJ- i X '$:r'Ji& -V. J1" 'X. " " i THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. ft, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1883. V FIGHTING THEftJ OYER WliatDar Tcferans Hare to Say About Tlieir Old Campaigns. The Assault on Fcrt Wagner. To the Editor If atiox&i. Tmbun-e: "Will you grant the favor of giving in your paper tho official Teport of the battle on Morris Island, July 11, 1SG3? In your issue of September 6, 1SS3, Comrade Unox, of the Seventy-sixth Pennsylvania regi ment, says, quoting his words; "It was my regiment that made the first charge on the "batteries on the south end of Morris Island and alone scaled the parapets of Fort Wagner on July 11, 1SG3, at 4 a. m."7 He may be right as to the loss in Ins regiment. He also says that the 2sinth Maine was -with them until they reached the battery, but did not xiarticipate in the charge. The facts are. that the .Ninth Maine, with the Seventy-sixth Pennsylvania volunteers, was detailed to support the bat talion of the Seventh Connecticut v...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 October 1883

r-:Ji 3$M . !.: is5Cfr VSr" "." -? v nj5" "". J ; t"y- O- Jfc. v. 1 8 "pf'S THE NATIONAL TEIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1883; OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development FINANCE AND TRADE. ILatest Reports from. Leading Business Centers. JL G. Den &. Co., of the mercantile agency, report that the business does not improve. Those is a ixumifcst shrinkage In the volnme of tniflc, indicated by a very marked decline in the exchanges at this point, which is shared in by the returns from seven of tiielargest com mercial centers. Eleven cities show a slight jgain in business, while at nine leading points there is a large loss. Locally the demand for merohaodiso shows a decline in volume as the : season approaches a close, but there has been a fair amount of profit in the transactions of the week, as prices have been pretty steadily maintained. Collections have been good, and, nutwithstaitfiiup a large increase in the num ber...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1883

S5? r j. j. - t fry m& iw torn wto to torn iU Buttle, iuuT tfov Ms widow and anftmtf." ESTABLISHED 1877 -LTEW SERIES. WASHDTGTOff, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1883. YOL. HL-m. 12 -WHOLE m. 116. wtxxnn& m i$l I I I I II i$I I GEE 0. 0. HOWARD'S Personal EeminisoenGes of the War of the Rebellion. GOYERNOB "WASHBURN, And His Hearty Welcome the Young Golonel. to BIiAINE AT THIRTY. How the Kennebec Boys Went Off to the War. By Major-Gcneral 0. 0. Howard, U.S. A. OOrXBIGUTJED. XVL BIGHTS EESEEYED.J m. Israel Washburn, Jr., was at tliis time Gov ernor of Maine. Short of stature, thick-set, with an abundant crop of shortish brown hair, & peculiarly large, strong face full of resolute purpose, habitually covering his eyes with .glasses for nearsightedness, on. approach he was not prepossessing to a stranger, hut the in stant you were introduced a wonderful anima tion seized Mm. and changed the whole man. He -was replete with patriotic enthusiasm and energy, and very proporly hel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1883

- r vi-r- .-! t- 1 ?-' THE NATIONAL TRIBME: WASHINGTON, t); 0., THURSDAY,, NOVEMBER 1, 1883. 9 jV i LOYALWOMJpi'SWOM tenities of Hallway Travel Expe rience Meeting Belief Corps. CbnuticteS iy Juilc J?. Shorwooa.1 Kowbere do people so compSoioly throw off their disguise its at tka railway station or in traveling upee the oars. Thore is something in the hurry and hustle of railroadiugthat easily brushes off all ceremony and reserve and allows Hut natural man to assert his sway. Then it is that the croak of the croaker and the joke of the joker arc heard at their worst and h , tkai tiie born whiuer begins his CompHiet atid Hie Rood-humored philnnthrop isi ioks eu with a stalls, while the mob tread upon h toes, sod positively declines to iriakc a nry face. Than it is the vulgar take upon themWves the right to be vulgar and the re fill preserve a decent decorum, only to lose their puftftw at the outing house and sit in the :dt eeutfe hy the Move while a horde of chil dren 141 around on t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1883

ls THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER H r L 1883. FIFTEENTH REUNION Of the Society of the Army of the Cumberland. Special Correspondence Natiosai. Tbibuxe: Cincinnati, Oct 27, 18S3. The fifteenth, annual Eeunion of the Society f the Army of the Cumberland, -which began here on Wednesday last, was largely attended and provoked great enthusiasm among our ex soldiers, thousands of whom -were in the city. The society formed on Wednesday morning at the Burnet House, and marched -with a baud to the Grand Opera House, where it was to hold a business session. The society was led by its president, General Sheridan, who had General iiosecrans on ms rigni. rouuug uwicucu eral Wood, with General John A. Logan. After these were Generals Newton, Carlin, Morgan, Kimball, Parkhurst, and about 150 others. General Sheridan called the session to order. Prayer was offered by the chaplain, Mr. Earnsbaw. The reports of the committees were heard. It was stated in explanation of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1883

SS5 WERS iliilp .STii 1 t. "6 't ",. " - .- l -4J- ?. ; . T-r- "ir-s ,A THE MTIOtfAL TEIBUNE: WASHING-TON, " D.;" fc., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1; 1883; wwtssp 1 1 ft t.t The National -Tribune. (Established 1877.) i TO CARE TOR HIM "WHO HAS BORNE THC CATTLE, AND FOB fl5 viido aig orphans," Abraham LftfCOLN. if 41. validity of the public debt or THE umteo fe-ATES. AUTHORIZE BY LAW, INCLUDING CEBT8 INCURRED FOR PlYttHt OF 3ONS AK DWTiS FOR SERVICES IN 6CP tRESSJNa meuRRECTION OR RBWLUON, SHALL NOT EE QUES TIONED "Sec , Art. XIV, CONSmunoN of the United TATK 4' I CONCtOER T THE AOLTST PAPER OaKJTTO TO THE INTCR t6TSOFTMCaOUmNKJH!THCOOUNTBY. I EARNESTLY fcOHMEMD IT TO ALL COMfiAOtS OF THC OfWER." Pawl VanDervoobt, CawMAHBcrMM-CHtef, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. JC3J-TERMS OF SUSSCIWTCON Invabimsly cash in ATJVANCE tfodt FWMCMiaCS OTH0MRK THAH BV RESIS TEREO LtTEK, POSTAL 440TEC, POSTAL MONEY OflOER, OR braft ok Hew York, will bc at the bk of the whoer, AS A' SO AU MUCftOMPT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1883

V;V THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTQN, ED. 0., THUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1883.' NEWS -OF THE WEEK, Capital Topics Crimes and Casualties. Personal and Political. Tho Untied' Stales naval advisory, board has recnronaed the coiurtmction of seven new Tobsels in the work of reooHBtrectiag tho un arniored Jieot. One of those is to bo of the size and 4Mtracior of tfce Chicago, now in course of Hituaj-HCtion, and will cost $l,95,O00; one like the Boston, and to cost $936,090; a third like the Dolphin, to cost $4S2,O00; two heavy-armed frtiisiag gunboats, to oost $1,03000 ; and two light-draught gunboats, to cost $533,000. The board disprove the suggestion of providing A number of vessels of extremely high speed desigaod especially for the destruction of com merce The naval advisory board in December hut reported that it would be wise and expe dint to finish the monitors Puritan, Torror, Ainphitxite, and Monadnock t once, and in January of this year it submitted another re port rooommonding chang...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1883

or i J-V' "-1 "1 T 6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1883. -? THE GRAND piY. Affairs at National Headquarters Tribune Posts Department News. Special Correspondence National Tribune. PiIttDAEWHIA, Oct 30, 18S3. The past week has been one of suck extraor dinary quietness at Grand Army Headquarters that there is really but very little material from, which to make up a letter that -will inter est your many readers. The only break iu the monotonous routine was Grand Army day cele bration, of which you already have a full account. There is one matter, however, that has been referred to several times already in this column, that has interested the Order throughout the country, evidence of which has been shown by the hundreds of subscrip tious that for a month have poured in upon Quartermaster-General Taylor the distress reported by our comrades in Florida, who were at the incrcy of the yellow fever epidemic that lias prevailed there so long. Yesterday the Coi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1883

W-rj TT! &" THE NATIONAL TBIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1883. i i "?r 4. U' ie FIGFSTING THERJ OVER Mai Our tc&Eins Have to Say About Tiicir Old Campaigns. "Were Spears Used at KnoxrlUe. To the Editor Natiokai. Teibuxe: In your issne of October 18, J. 51. Jolley, of j .R.U01, -.Own, asKS some qneouous cuncemiug uie Biogc of Anoxville, Tonn. ; the first of which Icauanswor, viz, iDid Barnside cause spears to be driven into tho ground, points up, for the rebels to fail on whoa they stumbled ovor the wires that were woven among the stomps?" Yes. In 1861 the Confederates were short of cavalry sniib, so tbey armed several such Tegi ments'wirh lances and spears, made at Knox Tille, Tonn. These implements woro niudo of polished steel, about twelve inches Jong and one and a- half inches wide, sharp at both edges, with a very sharp point, on bundles about six ieet long. " Some of thorn bad an additional Irnife, made at right angles with the main one, of about the sa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1883

""'J wft --. rss-'St,awj""-'fir?3i6.vr j!5v s -j VrJ JTV ?- : r. 555fO. ,j-t. ..!: jSi'i.4,t .3. SSJa-lsfc fff 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBOTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1883. 3S;i?sy aftpro'lSK - i"5W - 33S9B,sa8s3s?s mMmmHMmm s? - - - - v v 1 . OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Ifs Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Heports from. Leading" B-usuiess Centers. A xoport on the rearing of oysters from arti-ficiaMy-foriilizod eggs, covering a series of ex periment made within the past year, has been submitted to Prof. Baird by Air. Jno. A. Byder, embryologtst of the United States fish commis sion." Mr. Byder summarizes the result of liis experiments as follows: "We are, therefore, prepared to assert that it is perfectly feasible to rear oysters from artificially-fertilized eggs, and so for as I can judge, quite as successfully as by the method of sowing shell on the bot toms now largely practiced on the coast of Connecticut in the waters of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 November 1883

Jd -P"CjlitMtt' . "Kf jl ..". . . ? V CJ"J -J . " i iBfiZKii 3rwPt.'JifartiFa rvW' .,? f Vr "ir j w.1ft--i -I -wr- n-iji.1 i' .'tv-ijTij-- "ij- in.-,, o;. fci"i r ..VT.i -. rts-Cp'T-3Ti.i !L -smws sr5fc t& "y - -"r. c fa fc - - s Etitntii&. "0 row ft Mm wU twias farow fit toittc, a f0 fas nito ami ovplW " WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1883. YOL. HI-NO. 13.-WH0LE NO. 117. ESTABLISHED 1377 -IsTEW SERIES. fci iiTrte-&Ssa.K-rtfeSH -. -r jf .. Jrstitv. '!'jr - ,rva ST " j ," ' ' 9gr GEE 0. 0. HOI MS Pereal EghMsgsicos of the War of the Rebellion.' - GOiDS"Gr TO THE ERONT. The Honors Paid to tlie Maine Boys Along the Route. OH BOSTON COMMON. Flag Presentation in New York. Marching Through Baltimore. By Major-Qeaaral 0. 0. Howard, TJ. 8. A JCOrVEIOlISlHJ. AXL IB8HTS 3CESEKVEU.J IV. It is unite impossible to reproduce the scenes and oooaEraacas during that memorable jour ney. At stations, on the approach and de parture of our trains, there was great excite ment, cheer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 November 1883

-.V ..-", "S-ci-r .. C' c ". Si- -4- 2 LOYALWOMP'SWORK One Tiiiig at a Time Experience Meeting Relief Corps Work. GbnducfrcZ by Kale It. SficmcooiL A man, dBiinpuishod in bis day for tho variety and excellence of liis work, was asked liow he nocemplislied so much. H is reply was, "Ono tiling at a tSaie." Now, it is not to be supposed that his duties always came singly and in such regular order that he could entirely accomplish soino one task before taking up another. Nt so, suica, as they say, he had anany irons in the fire, each requiring daily, if not hoarly, attention. It -was simply this : that upon whatever ho was engaged he concen trated his entire thought and attention for tho time being. atd could thus work with a single ness of purpose and a rapidity which accom plished speedy and great results. So, whether it was toil or pleasure, applica tion or recreation, delivering an address or entertaining a fewiifriouds at dinner, writing a hook or perfecting tome vast educational p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 November 1883

1 'lPMy' m "Otf - . --. THE ffAHOlJAL TRIBUNE: WASHrnGTOtf, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1883. 3 PHILIP $ SHERIDAN, , Ho Assumes Command of the Army An Epitome of His Services. On the first of the current month the "Hero of Winchester" "was duly installed at TFadilnston as the fourteenth commander of of all the amies oWhe United States. Thcro was no coremony about the transfer. The day Taforo the 1st, General Shoridau reached the capital, accompanied by his personal staff, and vras mot at the depot by tho Enpueer Coninris rionor of tho District of Columbia, Major Ly dookor. and ouo or two othor officers, going to Lyfiockor's liouso as his gncst for a few days. In tho aftoruoon he called upon tho Secretary of War and General Shorman at tho War De partment to pay his respects simply. The next day Gonoral Sherman performed his last official aot by amply writing a general order, by which he turned over the command of the array of tho United States to his successor, and Gaaoral Shoridan ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 November 1883

K'ff: -vKr-i?" 'J" ;5 -""?, THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTOND U., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1883. The Iatioml Tbibme. CESTABUSKED 1877.) 'V " - , ID &Anl. I-JK ni wnu rio uvnl. int im44w AKO FOB ft w0ow and orphanb." adrahak lincoln. "the vauwty of thc fuouc ocbt of the United States, authomsed by law, wclvoihg occts incurred foh patwekt of tckcioms .nb bowtics for services in sup- ?RCSl0 INSlHtflCCTIOK OR RBB&OOH. SHALL MOT BE OL'ES- 'noNCD. -Sec. , Art. XtV, Coustituticn of the Uwteo States. ' congidcn it the ablest pafer dcvotcd to the jnter- fE-OFTHE80UBRLI6HEliTHeCeUTHV. I EARNESTLY commend it to all odxrabes of the ottocr." Pawl VajiOervocrt, CoutMNKR-iM-Cwer, G. A. R. PUBLiSBED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. J53TTERMS Or SUfiWSRIPTWM Inw,madlv cash 1H A6VANCE. MOHtV FWAHOl TMEW8E THAW BY REGIS TERED LETTEH, POtTtJL NOTES, FOCTAL ttOWOf ORDER, OR DRArT ON NCY YORK, "WW, JBC AT THC EK OF THE CE.NOER, AS tSO ALt UBWRWHOWe MM TO AOEKTE- -C3"REWWAtS."-5BS5W6 OAK ALWAYS ASCERTAIN...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 November 1883

MBraaHWMggg'3gigaMniHM STia'ftSfets'JNSa- -AJ, ri ww r ; - . jh, ' THE NATIONAL TKIBUNE: WASHINGTON ;D. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1883.1 itmiKfs vw ,? . 'k awesE"- r aays sKesni's-sr -yaiT'ffis?fet5s'3,,-. . a TV" "tff r .-.pt. M --. -TJJ.J, jPJHfXIjl-,' ."SStginK-f T "" - NEWS OF THE WEEK, Capital Topics Grimes aM Casualties. Personal and PflJHie&l. Some comment lias been caased "by the fact thtt Secretory Chandler has not ordered a court ol inquiry into the conduct of Comwandtsr dde. of "the Yantic Chandler, in lire letter to Wilde, intimates tint WHde had a good deal to explain before his raaiMigotuent of the Tantic could be satisfactory to the Navy Department Secretary Lincoln hardly went further in his letter to General Hazeu, in which be announ ces that he had ordered a court of inquiry into tiarhngtou's conduct. It is asserted in naval circles chat the reason Chandler did not order a court of inquiry can be inferred when it is ,nwn that he had" in his desk at ttie time fee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 November 1883

6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1883.v n ' V T -- i" If n. THE aRAND pTC General Bealh's Visit to the Capital Department News. Special Correspondence JCntionsl Tribune. Philadelphia, Xov..G, 1833. The Commaudor-in-Chief, accompanied by Adjutant-General Vanderslicc, made a flying trip to WasHuglon on Friday- TJiey wero mot "by a committee of the Department of tho PoloniBc, headed by Comrade Fred Mack, Senior Vice Department Commander. During ihoir stay tboy were the especial guests of Mr. and Mrs! C. E. Boycc, and -with them visited Arlington Cemetery on Saturday. In tho evening the distinguished visitors were enter tained at a fine banquet, set out in elegant style in tho parlors of tho Arlington House. After enjoying the many good things with which the tables were bountifully provided, short spacchos were made by tho Comniander-in-Chief, Adjutant-General Vauderslice, Com rade "W.W. Dudley, Commissioner of Pensions; Comrade Mack, Senior Vice Commande...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 November 1883

. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE.: WASECTGTOISoJ): 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1383., nopa theh; OVER Wlfat Oar Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. Tlie Battle of Phillips' Crfclc, Xissiarippl. To tbo Editor Natiokal Tkibuxe : Wednesday, May 21, 1682, the weather was 'warm and pleasant. Companies A, E, G and K, Fourteenth Missouri volunteers, and West ern sharpshooters, Captain Win. S. Boyd, of company A, commanding, at 6 a., m. left Gimp a F. Smith, near Parle House, Miss., marched from Bridge Creek, and at 7 a. m. advanced as skirmishers and soon met the rebel skirmish ers of the Thirty-first Mississippi, and engaged thorn, driving thorn back on their reserves, whon the Johnny rcks opened on us with a four-gun battery, shelling us, but doing us no harm. While this was gome on, General Thos. A- Dari advanced the Second division of Gen oral Gis H. Thomas' grand center division of Hallecfc's army; the Second brigade, Colo nel John MArthur, of the Twelfth Illinois, in command: the Fou...

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