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

uu l, itr tar jmiiiiffiT i-'omuiH'xsa. an..! .. -""H ..IvJjfe-fV-'i' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1883: 8 StSX" j"irwwTOiji;a':wj tot pKfOTffit, 16915toP :3" ; J- " " . " ' n - .v-. k .. - I - . r l j- ..,- . ' ' r- . -. d ", - - ' j,j- c ,, ..- .-.-. j" . , .. ' .. j,. ', .j J.rjti-M. jJ-hm." . .,-" 'fWvu.ffii.1' J I-..rt.-JiJl 1J1 M'j.'nwj: rJiJ. j,. '--m. . i. rvi . -i . n V 1. . E. --..' T -. r . 1 ' . .'-.- "r n - ''i.' - - ' -a - - - .-K r- .-v . . -- - - -" ..w 1 l f t- . - 'j. ', . "T" v ,: -ilmss' mfMmilig - ' 4 ' - ". - '-. " . ' --'.;?'" .jwy " - -. OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development. FINANCE AND TRADE. Latest Reports from. Leading Business Centers. The first bate of cotton ever picked from tho field Tiy machinery was shown at the Cotton Exchange in Charleston, S. C, on the 39th nit. Its condition was pronounced as good as hand picked cotton of the same grade. It was con ceded that if pla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 November 1883

- it-- sssSS1 r - '"& ' " v '-? .ii,- , "8 rw ft Wm Mflw te taw te Mtfc, awtf tfw tte wifow ant $&" WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1883 -WITH SUPPLEMENT. VOL. HI-NO. M.-WHOLE NO. 118. ESTABLISHED 1S77.-3?EW SERIES. Stffatrce, mi ill ffcl i trPMLMi AM(w "ii "" """" ' " -Hfit -i H $U vv GEE 0; 0. HOWARD'S Perseaal Bemkiscfiices of t&e War of the EMIion. EDRST 3SIGE3: 33? GAMP. Sickness in the Ranks Tlie GoionePs Narrow Escape. THEE CAPITAL IF JTJJBTE. The Battle of Big Bethel and Its Tessons. Ey Major-Gmval 0. 0. JTokwtS, U.S. A. icorrcicmir&n. ael tubiits besesved.J Thofifihof Juae the day General Winfield Scott penned his famous letter to General Pat terson concerning Harper's Ferry my new regimen in gray clothing, was marched along Pennsylvania avenue to Foorteenth street and oat thai street to Meridian HilL When we set forth the heat was intense. The men -were loadod down with their knapsacks, liaversacks and cartridge&oxes. People at home and along ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 November 1883

r?r : 2h"ij? ,tife5&.'4 -t" - , 'THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0.,IllMltSDAY, NOYE?iIBER 15, 1883.-WITH ' SUPPLEMENT. 9 m J THE' GRAND $RMY. a General "Beath in the West Important Orders Dejartment $ews. pHTLADBrnnA, 2vbv. IS, 18S3. Coinnmnder-hi-Cbief Beath again started PTCStward last nieht, aud will arrive m Colum bus, Ohie. lo-day, where lie will be the guest of Post No. 3L of thnt city, daring the evening. To-morrow he -will bo in Cincinnati and on Thuxsdav in laditwupelis. Of course, in each of these cities he will visit such Pasts as may liave their nmster on those evenings, but he has made no appointments -with them, simply planing iiimsalf in fibe hands of iho Department oSicoss to be disposed of as they may arrange. General Beatb's movements beyond Indianap olis are undecided, and will depend upon vari ous circuiwstssQeeB. He oxpeots to return to iihisQity tin Hrurflty, the 22d inst. HEADQUAl!aBS,3AN AK3TV OF tTHE ItEFDBLIC, JCo. 1302 Gbestaut filreot, Philasblp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 November 1883

-"- 4i; V THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., J THUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1883.-WITH SUPPLEMENT. t , : , , IfflK W TffE FIGp, - . . .iSome Tragic Scenes at lire Battle of Dallas, Georgia. IB-om a paper by IAcuL A. S. Fitch, lOHh N. T. F. Of the many incidents of that dreadful day, itho first tin always comes to my mind is the ifietsk of Loais Vreeland, of my company. The iad vanee of oar line had been stopped by the tcr aable fire of the enemy close in our front. Oar aaan had closed up and begun a return fire. I -wws acting as lieutenant, and took ray position an Tear of the company. Vreeland had just jiropftrod himself to begin firing, whon, with out a word or exclamation, he sank down to a it&ttlng posture directly in front of where I ;6fceed. 1 spoke to him some word of inquiry as to whether he was hurL I did not realise jfhat anyUiing serious was the matter. He did not rapiv. Soms comrade called to mo to un Sodso Iris lelt and straps. I undid tho buckles of his Irnapssck, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 November 1883

sra y ra h.i- '- -? .- , t , . ijiii-sfk aT.S' -sx KcrvT-.'.' t .- ' - - ?rmmm mmmmmmm The National Tribme. (Established 1877.) v T.0 CART FDR HIM WHO HAS CO III: E THE BATTLE, AND FDA vnjowAt:PHANs.-asrahakIikcolk. TE VAU3.TY OT THE IOOUC DtDT OF THE UkITCO States, authossed by law, ihcludisq eects incurred fob PAYMEhT OF PEhBONS AND IlDUfiTJCS FOR SERVICES IH SUP- 1 PRESSING INSUflRtjCTtON OR fiCOELUOf, SHALL WOT OE OUES- tioxco. "Sec. , Art. XIV, Constitution of the Dkitco fcTATES. CONSIDER IT THE ABLECT TAPER CEVOTEO TO THE JKTER TET6 OF TSOOSiefiPOOLtBHEDJhTHt COUNTRY, i EARNESTLY coswmend4tto all cokrade6 of the order.' Paul VakDervdort, COMMANDCD-IN-Cxicr, G. A. R. PU3SLISSLS3D WEEKLY. a One D&llar per Year. XSTTZatAG OF St)BSOWPTON--,iwwM5Lr cash w AOVANCE. tCV FARMim CTHEfWttE THAW BV RCCI5 TEREO LETTWI, POSTAL WOISS, POSTAL UVH&Y OR&EH, OR RAFT ON Kl YOHK. Will OE AT THE SK OF THE SEJOOV. as Atc Jw.Lci.-c(so(;imoN6 pari to Aoetc. X2rRENEWALS.-SuBecm!jefts can a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 November 1883

j J: ! ."J " t K THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, TBURTSDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1883.-WITH SUPPLEMENT. NEWS OF THE WEEK, Capital Topics-Crimes and Casualties Personal and Political. A verdict In the case of Hallet Kllbourn vs. John R. Thompson, ex-Sergeant-:it-Arms of the House of Jloprcsoutatives, "was rendered on the 7th inst., assessing the damages at $GO,000 for Kilbou rn. The sail was for $330,000 dam ages, bv reason of Kilbourn's Imprisonment for refusing to testify before a House committee J some yoars ago. a inowon win oe maue iwr a new trial on the ground of excessive damages. CRIMES AND CASUALTIES. The tornado that passed through Springfield, ilo., on theafternoon of the 5th inst, killed live persons outright and injured thirty more. The tornado, approaching in the form of a cloud m ov iugclosctothe earth, &rst struck the northwest part of the town shortly after 2 o'clock. The wind swept everything before it iu the north west part of Springfield. The City Woolen Mills...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 November 1883

?W y t-- a on, , .-? - -" V - T -J " THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, iTHjORSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1883.-WITH" SUPPLEMENT. PLANS FOR THE POOR TlieMancliosterMovemcnlfor Bettering the Condition of Working People. Special Correspondence National Tribune. Manchester, Esq., Oct. 19, 1633. Tbe movement for Uio cultivation of art in llanoliester is so practical and so effective tbat I foel sure ibat your readers wall not object to liaviag yet one'jnore letter filled vritb details conceoifiig it. AVitli tbe single exception of tbesinolcy atmosphere of Mancbestcr, the con ditions of life in the English city are not very different from the conditions of life iu tbe great American cities; and it seems to me tbat every suggestion borrowed in the following para graphs from the careful thought of Englishmen, might be followed with good results in my own city (Philadelphia) and in every American city that I fcnow. In two respects our English cousins have a very great advantage over us. The Eng...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 November 1883

WESay? 3 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., T4TORSDAT, NOVEMBER 15, 1883 -WITH SUPPLEMENT. - -- .-, - .' FIGHTING THEM WiiatOur Yeterans Have to Saj About Tlioir Old Campaigns. The Splkln? Party at Island So. 10. To the ISflitor National Tbibtok: In your-issuo of October IS, I read, in com mon with jay conrrudes, an article with tho above heading and elpnod by L. Steele, claim ing to le a member of the Thirtieth Illinois. In it ho placed the credit of tliat dashing ac tion t the Twouty-taslh Illinois inmntry,and mentioned one Jacob tiraee as having assisted in spiking tke guns. I was justly indignant at tbo nuetake or misstatement, whichever it was, and for that rasm, together with the fact that the "little affitir " has never received proper tremtniont at the lianas of war writers, I am inclined to ask space in Thb Teixczoj for a reliable and truthful statement of that night's work. For coolness and daring in exe cution, the spiking of the guns of tho upper battery of fefctnd...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 November 1883

5 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., 3?HIRSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1883.-WITH SUPPLEMENT. (OUR GROWING COUNTRY. Its Industrial,- Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development FINANCE AND TRADE. latest Beports from. Leading Business Centers. The IQtli Inst, -was observed ns a general holi lay In lionor of the closing of the exposition t Louisville, Ky., after a season of one hun dred and two days, during -which 800,000 per sons have been in attondauce. The building was crowded all day, and at 9 o'clock at night 40,000 visitors Iiad passed through the gates. During the afternoon F. T. Carley, on behalf of the directors, delivered an address in Music Hall. Major E. A, Burke, director-general of the New Orleans Cotton Exposition, also made an address. At 13 o'clock at night Major J. JM. "Wright, the mauager, declared the exposi tion closed. A local battery fired guns all day, and at night all the bells wore rung and whis tles blown, after the singing of a hallelujah chorus by five ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 November 1883

1V ----: 5SiKsa "9' jT" JP. ?$ .SLif "sK THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1883-SDPPLEJLESNT. k 'NATIONAL PCC4 B - TJie Mold .of Geltyslmig aM lis Memorials. p?y CurZafon. Gettysburg, of all the battlefields of fbe country, will Tjo most visited in coming years, for it is a groat turning point in history. The battle was one of the few decisive engagements winch has liad a permanent infiaence in giv ing direction to the current of history. .As I Btfod uptm the crest of Cemetery Ridge on the afternoon of Jnly 3, 1S53, and beheld t' gr .d strewn with wounded, and dead so. dicrs m gray, fallen at th" muzzle of the Union artillery, I gave utterance to tr words: ' I li ib is rite high-water mark of ti ' JUion." It was plain that never again would General Lee be able to marshal an army like that which had crossed the Potomac, numbering S0,009, the best appointed, best equipped army ever raised by the Confederate government. It was animated by high hopes. Every ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 November 1883

i? tTT -r3 ? Jf ? 10 THE NATIONAL TEEBOTE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1883.SUPPLEifENT. .J -sil- v f XOYALWOMP'SWORK The Care of llio Body Experience Meeting Relief Corps Work. Conduded'by Sale B. Slicrtvoo&l From the numerous inquiries that reach us, it is evident that there is a demand for a scries of simple physiologicandhygieuicpapers, treating of the various functions of the body that bear an important part in tic animal economy, and of the disrates to which they are subject and the common remedies to be applied. As the most important inquiry before us relates to a com mon glaudnlar affection of the skin, the thought suggests itself tbut the answer may be supple mented by a few general remarks upon the character aud functions of this external cover ing of the human body. Two or three papers will then be given so a consideration of ome of the pronounced forms of skin disease and their ordinary treatment, pointing out the causes that produce the same and some of...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 November 1883

pw -Ws? ?: TRIBUNE PREMIUMS. Jfew Mueemenls to (Mul) Raisers and OUR CASH PHIZES, How To Ctein 4 War jAbrarj at Ml Osst. . WRTOHB AND KNIVES. (M tm Cn a ta-Ifc--- Sm MvA CHS, In iflffiatiw & new premium list to our readers it may be well to say t&at The N a tioxai. Titrates for 13S4 wiH "be a more iuteresiig sad abie journal oven than it has been during 'Sfce yeafffeet is now drawing to a dose. IThe "vast increase of circulation which ft 3ms cloyed since the 1st of Janu-1 ary last, sod wfrich places it, so far -as ihe number of its .subscribers is concerned, in the fretti nnk of great American newspa- j pers,iods us i believe that, with proper effort, a siill larger circulation can be ob tained ibr it, and sensible of lie fact that to the high quality of its contents its success is chiefly due, we Lave decided to still fur ther improve its character, sparing no ex pense to obtain for it the serrices of the most distinguished 'writers on military, agri cultural, literary, sci...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 November 1883

f sw, 'j.-orrrm--wr THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHING-TON, D. G., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1883. -SUPPLEMENT. 14s 12 -& '$.-- -I- ?? 1T0RIES OF THE WAR Personal Bominisoenccs fta&e Sauk and File. Tire TliIrfcoHtb Hcgnr's Haiti e-FlsS. To the Editor Nationai. Tbistkte: I am much interested in yonr valuable paper, and consider it iu every soasa the soldiers friend. Tie First bri"'", Second division, Fifteen Ik Anuv Co ,- - apriaed the Sixth and Eighth Jliwouri -waves, One Hundred and Thirteenth and Oao Hundred and Srx- T .i tn A ni J. .,.., 1, 7T Q ?f-mT-c UvrtJt J-l hv.vimg SAJ?&AV xn.srcnvn moth iuc jwisotaoi y ... .j.. Here weciv&ea, roacningjnanjpiou xxum,juus., j&av 16, 1 tliiuk, and went on to JilacK itiver Must day. Monday, the 18th, ire closed in on Vickdrarg, and on tie 19tfc of May it was de 1 rtcinod to loara -what we could of the enemy's strength. At S o'clock p. m. a ?uu was fired as a salute or signal for the charge. The Thir teenth dashed to the front over...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 November 1883

3papfClf5E if - ""' Jl kK "&? rvc fc &m wtw to trovne tfw tattle, ana ftw fcte wtfow ana owtoutf." jJXkt HJB - x ilr r r T r r Jt ESTABLISHED 1S7T.-NEW SERIES. GEE 0. 0. HOWARD'S - " - Person! taiffiaeaBees of tk War of EN BOTTEB TO .BIEED BUST. Mobilization of the Army. Howard Gets a Brigade. DAYS .A3? AliEXAIsTDPtlA. Begimiitag fh e March Strength of the Opposing Armies. Jh M4or-Gmeral 0. 0. Upward, V. & A. loerxraonnm. lAUL-racrars kbseeved.J "yX It is a Mfcttcxnarl:aWo hew fastTcputatious -were made in 1S6L Our sudden promotions often startled ourselves. A friend walking with me along the street after I became a colonel, first suggested the idea of the nest grade. He said: "Howard, you'll le the first brigadier from Maine." Of coarse the preposition to a man who had dur ing his life seen only wrinkled captains and TvLite-headed field officers, at that time ap peared preposterous. On July 4th, in answer to an inquiry of a friend, I wrote: "Aste the brigadler-general-c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 November 1883

H ' - ?.3fer JOKIGS 'TTWSBHWW J rsr v - ,- -j. .r-!---!!3Jfe rf- - r --". " r .-: "i' 0 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGJQj, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1833. -- "-'- ---- -- - - v-,-.sr- --. - - tV7 V -v-c----i-;- .r , rJ2&KS r - LOYALWOMSWORK The tec of the Body Experience Meeting Belief Corps Work Conducted "by Kale B. StcrwoodJ A vory troublesome glandular affection of tho 6kin is lijperidrosis, signifying an excessive secretion ot sweat, sometimes a very obstinate Jas well as nwuoying disease. It affects the hands, making" them moist and clammy, Evoryonc will remember some hand lie has clasped that has been thusdatnpand forbidding, particularly if the sweat was cold aud the hand flabby and irresponsive, as is qnite likely to be the case. It was sack a hand that Uriah. Heep liad, that slimy monster so vividly de scribed by the observing Dickens. The feet ate even more affected than the hands, and the odor is sometimes appaling. Even the strictest attention to bathing and clea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 November 1883

;--e" SIieSSSffiSSgSSBSSGSSSS? S' -, ,.- .- 3- jr. 5.T -- A, JiVT! .-. if !!."' H-t - f1 ' jt J-"1 icAV 7r3Ml..MI,i' iT--iS. T'" . """- t Tr - --" - -r - ."- -f-1'"- ? sSSvC 'M1 , , THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1883. !?5ip5P TWO THANKSGIVINGS. A .Surgeon's Reminiscences of Fron tier Days IBy Kale .Brownlec SJtcrwood. CHAPTER I. The summer and fall of 1S59 1 spent with a detachment of my regiment at Fort Leaven worth. Kansas immigratiSn was at its height and the Missouri River towns, particularly, were huilding up rapidly- Tho Epirit and energy that characterize the men who are wil ling to forego Hie luxuries and comforts of old Bottled communities for a season, in the hope and expectation of greater things to follow, wore everywhere predominant. Bold enter prise was manifestupoa every side and villages sprang up like mushrooms in anight ; while in a few brief months tho hum and industry of towns and cities were heard where the prairie dog had held h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 November 1883

isfft' ft THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON r; 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1882. It. HE JNATIONAL E. (ESTABLISHED 1877.) ', to care fcr hit! who h dorne the dattle, and fob his widow ah3 orphans-"-abraham llkcoui. "the vaumtv of the pvoug debt of the united States, authcikz svaw, iwcukhns kbt& incurred fos iaybert of p0ns ah dowwtkfi fob 8srvices w sup fress1ko 1iwuiwectms 6r ihm8ujo, shatl not de oue5- tkjnto.1 sbc. , ww. xtv, oowtitbtkw of the united States. " 1 cowmen rr wc ahxst paper ocwoto to the inter csTSOFTiUJa(iuWBWTHCOounwc lEAWtttiy COMMEND IT TO MX CMAM6 OF TWt OKBU" PMK. VAMDOMOORT, 'OcwwiWti 'Owwc, G. A. R. . PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Oaie Dollar per Tear. -WTEHKS Of SUOSCRSPTIOM MWAMMM.Y oah in A&ANOE.-"MOC OWWWEB OTHEWM8E THAN BV BteOM TEBEB tETTCH. WWTAL NOTS. TWWUL MOMCV OBOCTt. OR SHAFT ON New YSAK, Ul K AT THE RK OF THE SEMER, AS ALBO AU. WWKMPno fAlO TO A8CKTB. JCSTREMEWALS.--StMCM8SR6 CWi AIWAV6 ASCERTAIN THE DATE WHEN THR SUMCMnWK WU. EXPME DY MDKMG T THE MW8ER...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 November 1883

' -rA THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON! J C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1883. HEWS OF THE WEEK. Capital TjHCS--CrifflBS and Casualties Persia! and Political. The following oior, In roferoacc toscper iuteudeu'i oi national oeneteri, was issued on tt 14th iast by Qajtrusrawtr-Gaeral Jloiabim: Bope-ihiw. 3"nt Benjamin P. Baker, rcoantly ap pointed v : i . , M-ooed -without delay from Jefferson IkutimSv!- ' . to Annapolis, Md., and assume Itarge ol xh luitxmal oetnetry at Utal place, re i.tvingMi . .i.iendetP..U Taykr. Supei .!iir., , iit Tar bi , upon betas tkus reliev ed, wdl pr. ou U l'ort Jxwfct, Kan., and ausuMic tliarycu, u - national cemetery m tJwtjpiaoe, ic-Ji-yt M'p i ii-uswdent JoImi A- Commonord. nJ. ut tnir.onrr, npou uaug w it proceed to New Orfcsms, La., and . . ofdeCti tnette national etsnetery, ,Va jc, reWcAiug tsupei-mteiideiit A. J. !,-- LI .111 ' -i .11 I lull i,wiii ! cbaree oi if id Birofiall, apon being tlius reUev too to -GeUybburg, Fa., and aepunte i" notional aemet...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 November 1883

"-," i. 3-vt" ;" " f THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1883. r , THE GRAND pY. Affairs at National Headquarters Latest News from the Departments. Special Correspondence National Tribune. Philadelphia, Nov. 20. Tbo announcement that, by order of the Secretary of War, Superintendent Nicholas G. Wilson is to be removed from the custodian ship of the national coinclery at Gettysburg, nnd assigned to the care of the national ceme tery at Vjcksburg, is the occasion of profound regret among tho comrades of this Depart ment. To Superintendent Wilson more than all others does the credit of forming and bringing the Gettysburg cemetery to its pres Ibnt stale of perfection belong. He it is who, year after year, lias planted tho flowers, trim med the trees, rolled tho -walks, and kept in such beautiful condition the velvety grass that grows on tie long rows of graves that he helped to form. Kind and courteous is liis manner to all, ivhother of high or low degree; nn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 November 1883

X. Mmmmmf7 ?& i.V i,.-" THE RATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHmGlEQS, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1883. 0- FIGHTING THE&f OYER Wliat Onr YciftFans Have to Say About Tlicir Old Campaigns. The Affair of Santa Ilosa Island. To the Editor National Tjiibune: Tn your paper of October 4, in the Chro nology of the War, you give the action on San ta Rosa Island, and yoa include the 6th New York, or what was known as " Billy Wilson's Tegiment." 1 have never seen a true account oi that fight I wish some one would write it up, for 1 think it wouid he interesting, as it happened in the first part of the war, and it knocked out of some of our troops the fear which Ihoy had for the Louisiana wild-cats and Georgia tigers. Fifteen hundred in all landed on the island that night. The canip of the Gth. New York was about a mile from the fort, up the island. The rebels appeared on the island sometime before 2 o'clock in the morning, about four miles from the fort I think the island is forty-two miles long...

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