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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 December 1883

w&&& "i THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHBrGTOff, f). C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1883. - & & s. fi ' .p V5" , r a ST flJyjJ -T i, A. '- -' - " - ? v; v '-.fi Tie National Tbibune. (ESTABLISHED 1877.) frTTO CARC FOR HIM VHO HAS BORNE THE CATTLE, AND FOfl mk widow awdorfhane. acsaham lincoln. "Thb validity of the puouo debt of the United States, authorized by iavv, incluwko deists incurred fob raykekt of pensions and bounties for services in 6up trebstno insurrection or hedcuioh, shau. not ce cues--hoked.""Scc. , Art. XJV, Constitution of the United S-TATE6. ' i o0k6ider it the ablest paper devoted to the inter tsts of thcsovmm mjbushcd in the country. i earnestly ccxmcnd it to all comrades of the order." Paul VanDervoort, CeuKAMttfi-m-Cmcf, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. "Year- One Dollar per Six monilis, 35. atmim. Ko stihtoripiion Tor a Jess ported xcooivocl- as the receipt of a new subscriber from each one of his present subscribers? Come com rades, let us make a really m...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 December 1883

TEE NATlOffAE fETBUNE: WASHIKGTO,. G., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1833. -. f - tf -" . - H "" ' J i, n -,' iii 11, i ' ,' i i . " . . - i i y-j 1 "" ' "l". ', " ' ' '" " "i" " t '1- r t' 1 ' COMGRESS. A Utasli oi ot Bills, and a Busy Session ProlmMe. Iu oar ls& isaee wo gave tlio proceedins of beta liou.s of Oongress down to Wednesday, the 3tb liint. In the Senate, on Wednesday, the, fallowing bills, among others, wore intro- dw u. l,y M r. Har (Muss.), froai the Legislature of K .;:' umjWs, ssfcim? tl passage ol a law -.Li Ming the employment of convicts upon vrt the raited Si:teK. ir. Ijpliai tN. Y., m relation to oaths .on aiid bounty cases; which was read in - twiv bv its titter and ordered 1 lie on the tc lt- rpfero-d to tlie Committee on Pea v, ": vn appointed ; to increase tho pensions 4,Iw5 in certain caes; which was read lr ite title, and ordered to lie on the Of w twice imhh-, to lo referred io the Coarmiiitce on ion siws v, hen iinpaiated. 1 Mr. Fry U.v. , to extend the d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 December 1883

! S THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1883. i " i rt I I s. THE QRAND'piY. Affairs at Headquarters Post Elec tions Oilier Department News. fc'pccial Correspondence National Tribune PniLADnLTinA. December 11, 1SS3, On Friday evening last Comwander-iu-Chlef lieatb, uccomiumed by A. A. . 'IJios. . Stew art, visited .ludson Kilpatrick Post, No. 143, looted iu New York city. It Loing General Death's grt official visit to that city, Lis re ception was a very cordial one. Among those present wt-rc Comrades Underbill, Jacobs, Recce, Biaitic, Smith, Rate, Seed, Hatfield. Harris, Johnson, Past Department Comman der Jauu- Tanner and George It. Bev ans. ( V.!MBi3tider Thos. C Ecddy, of Kilpat rick Post, iutrodaccd Ibc Commander-in-Chief in a ""i -.it r.att appropriate address. In response Gust ?1 Reath mwde one of Ms earnest ad dres thatsicvar fail to impress bis hearers tlrrt?g.. Ho spoke of the great strength of ill? t . rnd Army, now numberingncarly 200,030 comr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 December 1883

3fcfc- - -r " W: as 4 j -r"7$'' 1 .Tt1f:. , .Ik 7 . -- j ifr v'iPV', ?WiB3?ra ;.,-3jtUxsxs--iffc'..j5 zrzx&i 3 : &&&&&&. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, tP. 0., THURSDAY, 'DECEMBER' 13, 1833. i F3BBS? fPJ2rrS jr r?t.r . sr s-yw -r ys us -mm? sp?? " . j -i t :s.J.SPrt:?T2 Ifoej..?? T,j-r.r.. -. t.Xfl.-iJit,irrti '.wjrA ,$3 i . i. . . . . : s -? fij-' s7 as :K.,r.wB,7iWtjaj ;ww!r kw; 1,-1 ?sLZ(f3 v r-y -5?ira y,T VspV v, W," T-y..-- . jJ - A-t' Re ..: - "5 --" " 1 FITTING THEftJ OVER liatOur Veterans Eave to Saj Aliout Thoir Old Oampaigns. I T!jc Affair of Santa Rosa IsUntl. To the Editor National TauinxK: In your issue of 2Tov.embcr 22d, over the sisniaturc of 1L S.. Johnston, .appaars a tiissue of misstatements purporting to be a true account of the above affair. The facts are that iive companies of the 0th Eew'Vork (three campsnies of the reginiout were loft at the Dry TortHgss and Key West in panr-oii. and two companies dolus artillery duty in the bat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 December 1883

"y'ST THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. C, THUESDAY,. DECEMBER 13, 1883. ". ! " ' . OCR GROWING COUNTRY. is Mastriil, Commercial, Railroad, tad Agricultural Development FINANCE AND TRADE. jj&test Beports from Leading Business Centers. Jndgc Holmes, of the Supreme Court of Mas sachusetts, -on the 4th. inst.. lu the case of Clapp vs. Jctikins," directed a iyrit of prohibition to issue :gainst the defendant to prevent him Xrom farther proceedings against ilio plaintiff tindi r the poor debtor law. Clapp -was cited to appear hefore Jenldus, commissioner of in nolveney, November 39, between 9 and 10 a. to. On the morning oi the 19lh Clapp appeared at the office of Jenkins at 9:45 a. si., according to the new time. The magistrate refused to re cognize the new time standard, and as it was one minute past 10 by the old time Jenkins defaulted the debtor. Judge Holmes decided that Oapp had a right to be governed by the new standard, which by its universal adoption became the ufiagc of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 December 1883

wjw:- "'- T Ltfmm smbnm v "8fo rw$ frt fclns jJw top tete tf& tmiife, nmt ft fcte iviMv imfl 0VirtttM " ESTABLISHED 1877.-3IEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1883. VOL. HI NO. 19.-WH0LE HO. m. bH J3 'fc-Ts-rMvlVjMWBT-yV'rTfciJ " jw1" mi' " - " ?rai l flaHViBBBBkllllB Trt B- GEE 0. 0. HOWARD'S: Personal HfiminisGonoes of .the War of the Rebellion. ON THE PENINSULA. The Story of till e Campaign and Siege of "Yorktown. McOLELLAN GEOLS. General Smith's Reeonnais sauce and What Came of It. Itif Xajor-Gmoral 0. 0. -Seward, U. S. A. i ..iyiHsrsa. ux sionxs nnsEErD.J X Bvs. nts are Met Isolated. I sot myself to write seiaewhat of Yorfcioivn. At once comes up owr aaothofi of getting there; our young genoraS.'wiilh Eis plans, which hsve for months been extended to tlie whole field, hut are now, by a stroke of Sir. Lincoln's pen, narrowed to the one Array of the Potomac and to one line of operatio6 the Peninsula of Virginia. But to isolate him and his army, General Banks...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 December 1883

rwr.riiaifki m.'-f a .-ji it3rn.aiMH3ipc , JW-4J "3s--W0' r St -,- -i k-., ,' . v" 'srs"r' Rl . ' 2 THE NATIONAL- TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. .0., THURSDAY, DE0S1LBER- 20, 1S33. i-,r r Zra$FilfflteP&'rj?z? PlF3Ey'S"'2s13 "S2 -rl -- S3K3ta&N& ri4M3afe -. -. 4 r j,wvk--, ? F f " vi&Mv-w':5m: m-i'&Mwms'fffi 'i r s, LOYAL'WOMP'SWORK Merry GJirisimas How to Make One. Itclief Corps Work. Cbnduch-d by Kate B. SJicrwootL "At Christmas play unci mate good cheer, Por Curfctmns comes but once a year." So said good old Thomas Tusser nearly three hundred years .ago. .And a wiso mail, too, "was Pnt Tnscr. who eavc five hundred points in good husbandry, though of all the five hundred ', WU IIll? JUWl.Vl 40 ..,. lWta V--JWMAl .. w meant for a day in which to he merry, and a sorry follow is he whose henrt does not warm to the hearisoine cheer provided for the happy season. CHRISTMAS DAY IN THE MORNING. f Ji y Jlalc Broumiee Shcrirood. The bolls are carolling jjlnd and sweet, Christmas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 December 1883

rf a 5 & Js-v THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASfflNGT01JrD. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1883. 3 II 4 QUEER CHRISTMAS, And How Little Alice Came to See a Battle Fought, By "The Massacliusclls CapiainJ" TJjc army was about to encamp. For more than an hour the pace of the soldiers hail 3ag gcd, and many a wistful look had heen cast at the smooth lawns on the right of tho road, and oven at 'the ploughed land on the left; for tho iiwli woe nn n ?'ctrr vftnd 5n "Louisiana, and ..- ,.. .. -., , . the road followed the windings of ahayou, on the bank of which the planters had hnilt their mansion houses. Adjoining each house was the congregation of negro cahins and slightly fcuHtshcds that did duty in that climate for Etablos; and there were sugar-houses great hricli buildings where about Christmas time flowed the sweet sap of the cane. All these buildings stretched along the bank of the stream and faced the load, and between the road and the stream, surrounding the. build ings, the grass wju gra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 December 1883

JPPIPPfWffMlWWMPBjJBB . - - ' t -. r i j -.. . t 4 -" THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE:1 WASHINGTON D 0., TKTOSDAY, I)E0EMBSR 20, 1883, - T r it Tie National Tribune.. (Established 1877.) ZLMTo care ran him who HtJ$ oqrne thc battle, AKO FDS UK WIDOW AND onPHAtiS.' DnAHAM LINCOLN. "THC VAU51TV OF THC PUOUO DEDT OF THE UHITEO States, authorizes cr law, including occts incurred for f IWEt.7 OF PBNMDHS AND BOUNT1CS FOB SERVICES It SUP PRESSING JK8URRECTIQN OR RBBGLUOM, SHALL NOT HE OUEE- TfOwED." Sec 4, Art. XIV, Constitution of the Umted States. "l consider it the adlcet paper devoted to the inter- t6T8OFTNS01Ste"UW.IBHeWTHEO0iTKY, lEAHKESTLY commend jt to alt owhkades of thc obber. Ral VawDervoort, GommanbchmChkf, G. A. It. FTJBX-ISHEJD WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. Six months, ?5 rtsfcs. Xo snbeorlntlon for a. let period rooelved. e""TEBMS CF SUBSORIPnOJlmvwBABLv oawi m ADVANCE. 'MOMCV FOtWkMOBB OTHgRWSe THAN BY RDO- TERtD LETWH, POSTAL I.OTIS, POSTAL MOIV QfAEB, OR j DRAFT OK NOW YORK. WILL DE ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 December 1883

TEE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON Ifc .0., THDESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1883. Jf WORK OF CONGRESS, i. i Tic Sanafo Bcorganizei Notliing Done in Jhc House. InihoSonatcon Wcdneeaay,1hoI2fchinst,Mr. I Van W.k ' el. offibred -Msoiuthras oajng on J ilie Secretary of the Treasury to famish copies of all wur-jers and items n expense tor special oi iwdt.mt lturney aod detectives, with the jiauies of tc parties, since March 4, 1881, ex- r nut far sucli uenod has bee n covered by the iiifaramU a a .ready ruraMiod to the Senate. On the cotidawoa of the morning business i'ie iwJut '..n bkk Mr. Bock Ky.) offered 3hJou4v -1- 'aV.'-u p. cauiuj? on lheJsecrenuy i o""thTr. .May iwretact, itifcruialioa regard- i;.r the siuku p fund. Mr. R ',. t ii.l.datd that he desired this in- fiut!iui . i .it we xu: ooiivider tie basis oh v huh vt sii.dl seek t. adjust the taxation of tin- ooB.it! y It is pi rfecily apparent that the tviueet i i be Secreian f tu: Ireasury, maae r o i,t report, to keep up taxation beyond ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 December 1883

, --t .X '!'."' J? f, Sl 6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1883. -- iM H J- THE GRAND piY. Affairs at HeadpaTters Post Elec tions Oilier Department News. Sjccial Correspondence National Tribot:: Philadelphia, Dec. 18, 1SS3. The Commander-in-Chief, in a circular letter to Department Commanders, lias called their attention to the delay in forwarding quarterly reports to National Headquarters, and requests that such measures betaken as will remedy the lmttturin thoiuturc. Hcsuggesis, among other tilings, that -each Department should, here after, announce in General Orders the dates of thereeciiit of sudi returns from their respective Posts, so that comrades generally will lenow whether or net their officers arc attending to their duties in this respect. While the reports for the quart rr ending September 39 are not yet complete, those received point to gains during that period that will malic the member ship reach about 210,000. General Orders, Nos. G an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 December 1883

'! V4aS.'M7Hk "" THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1883. 7 im FIGHTING thee; over Wlial'Our Ysferans Have to Say Alout Their Old Campaigns. To the Editor 3s atiostax Tjotjcse: I have for ronio lime been a rcailor of your valued and valuable sheet, and every issue scorns to more fully convince me thai it is the paper par excellence for the soldier- Evory portion of it is of interest, but if any part cau he considered more interesting than any other, it is the page on -which the votemns "shoulder the crutch and show how fields were won," so to speak, the page headed -"Fighting Them O ver," and it scorns almost a duty for each old vet to rifet' and explain. Many, very many, of the more interesting parts of the history of our late war are laid up in the memories of the hoys in the ranks, and this page of The Tmb txe, ppmed as it is -weekly by so many of the hoys is, it seems to me, the proper place for tlsom to"apoar. One thing -we should, however, bear in m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 December 1883

s --. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1883. 8 OUR GROWING COUNTRY. lis Industrial, Commercial, Railroad, and Agricultural Development. FINANCE AJTD TRADE. Iatesfe Imports from Leading Business Centers. Beprcscutativr OauicsSemiier, of California, tv1. oli-i vn-'parsd a gaart amount of statistics :uid 5 1 fon.'Otion on tfeo question of the Gor cnneiit :isutaiufr the tcSegmjili business by llir tiuopi'-ni br Congress of tlic pastnl tedo pph, says it now costs the tetopmpb oainpa ji:tlnttieEaH mwinlutlf per -won! to send isud Ae!i r i-!"frapfcSc messages. Ho thinks thai ir "- than f ve years after its adoption the pe t ! 1Ifjrcajth would jtay almost onoujjh ju one At tv jay tlic ordinary expenses of tie Oever p it iya tariff of ihe x:nts for cadi tor. wi tls 3u j iCfef-agos. The timid mad p'.!.i 1 the li f of the Borrau of Pt?ti6t;c6 reports 1 ' in m.p thr iiioSiUi f .ove;aber there ar Mi 1!'. rust i:as i:Mrictt of Baltimore, I'1r.u, Huron i'miesota, Kes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 December 1883

f s??3ni,?35 fr- ' "-V. -"-. -A-''"' vHH- 4-lvf Sfo avo Jfav Itiw wlta lut ttevtts ittf fci&Ic, imfl for lite tvittoiu anil ayntas." :, E3MBMBHED 1877 -NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1883. VOL. HI-NO. 20 -WHOLE NO. 124 - - . . i mm A A ;a I A' A - A - -A l3 H 1B Biff 'l wtmB 'tfk 1N1f JIL JJBLJB. .J&mJL mJRtrfk OTL 0. 0. HOWARD'S m PfiEEsM BamisIa&eBGes of tlie ar of tk Mellion. YOEETOWr EYAGTJATJBD. MeCiella-a's Xtela-y in. Pur-suing the Retreating Confederates. BATTLE of MSBTXRG Johnston Pauses In his Retreat to Strike a Blow. I?j, Jfajor-General 0. 0. Eatsard, TJ. S. A. LOlreiiiIITEa4 ALL RIGHTS HESEEVED.J Tb ? rc3eia3s" tae expression is intended for tbv Union array "allowed him Long- ' to jain a pracious advantage during the tiWTfi of that difficult retreat, for they i ot early risers in the Union armies." . was said liy a great historian oonecrn h tj of Johnston's army of Northern xat WCS'- inff i Virr la fcoa tfce Army of t3e Petomac, from t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 December 1883

iiaBlaBBIlMIWiaaBWHWaTBIaaWi!aBSBBMalMBBBaMWBWMBBBWBBffWSBBHPifllM '''fT sHEse " 1, n iri-. :?is5?'1 JV v'C e5Ej. ' , -'" ' ' " - THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASBMGTgND. ; 0., THURSDAy, DBOBilBJlut 27, 1883. $ THE DEATH OF THE OLD YEAR. XBg Alfred Tennyson. Pull lenec-deep lies the winter snow, , And ihe winter winds arc wonriir wjliiac: Toll ye the church-bell tad andlow. And tread softly and speak low, For ike old year lies a-dying. Old year you must not die ; You came to us o icadlly. You lived with us j-o M"ndily. Oldycar. you shall not die. He lielh still : he doth not move; He will notsee the dawn of day, Holiathno other life above. He cave c a friend, mid a true, true love, And the New Year Mill take 'cm away. Old year you must aot go; So long as you have been with us, Sudh jwyasyou have seen with us. Old year, you Shall not go. He froth'dllis iromicrs to the brim. Ajolficrycar we shall not see. But Aho Ids eyes are waxing dim, And tho' his foes pok 111 of him, He was a friend to i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 December 1883

' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHIN&T6N, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1883. $ ' - ..!. - - i ., . . ,i. i , - .'- QUEEN CITYVETERANS News of ilie Posts and Fraternal Gossip. Special Correspondence national Tribune. CmcixxATi, O., Dec., 22. Perchanco it may not have occurred to tlio thousands of readers of the " Organ of tho G. A. 31." thatlhere are a few comrades in tho" Queen City of tho AVest," and, also, a large few among the hills that surround tho city. So, white tho citizens are puzzling their brains about tho red sky visible at times through the smoke that our siuoko inspector distribute over the oily, let us first scat the ladies and proceed to new business by dropping into tho several Posts. The thirty-seven ladies, who, as the charter motnlKUK, compose the Commodore FooteW. B. C. No. 10, Department of Obio.iire met with upon the highways, gathering recruits and do ing good iu the interest of the old soldiers. Theiocoss of this Gori3, thanks to the execu tive ability of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 December 1883

St? 'Jt.' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON.t-D., 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1883. Ifc t if The National Tribune. (Established 187?.) W. TOCARC fpR H5M WHO KAG BORNE THE OVmr. AN3 K KJ6 1M50W AKO OftPHAKB." ABRAHAM LINCOLN. "XHt VAUDJTY OF THE fOEUC CCDT OF THE UNITED f TATES, 4UTHOWJ6 DY IAW, IKCtUDINQ CC0T6 INCURRED FOR IFAYMLMT CF PCKtUOSSB A3 OOUKT1ES TOR SERVICES IN SUP FJSESS!0 lKr,OKR6CTli3 OR REDEU30N, SHAU. NOT BE OUE8- HdNE0,'SEc , Art, XJv, Constitution of the UrrrH fWTCS. 1 CCK6IBEB TTHE ftBiXET TAPER DEVOTED TO THE1NTER- Cffrs of the seii8RjnHao in the country. I eahnestj-y c08wemo jt 70 x comrades of tme order." Pa-jj. VakDervoort, CstMiocM-Ciecf, G. A. Ft. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. O ii i One Dollar per Year. She months, 75 senb., 3o subscription for a less orfod rooelvcd. --TEfS-TS OF aOaSORIPTKJNlNVAniAELY cash in 0VANCE.3fi,-33r rafcwuneep mwwjwt than by recis- Tt'XO UTTt-f, 0TAI NDT68. POSTAL MONEY ORDER, Oft OWT OX NEW YOK, WHS. St AT THC 7W; OF THE CEKDER, -as a. co au. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 December 1883

PfvSrVr2?!.lN' '"IPSiSwKPvf ciVs THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHING-TON, 3V 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1883. .HirfmjF? v rt WORK OF CONGRESS,- little Done Announcement of Corn- mites In tlic Senate, on the 19th inst, the bill xo lalirjj; to tliotandard of time in tlio District of Colombia -was passca. A resolution (in which tho House concurred ) to tal:e a recess from the ith inst. until January 7h was adopted. Thursday's proceedings. In the Senate, on Thursday, among the hills ii Iroduced was one hy Mr. Laphsm. (N. Y-) enUmnzms the payment of prize money to nfS.ra nf ihf Ifarraiffut lieet for the destruction of tho enomv's shipping in 1SG2, and one by j Kr. Brown Ga.) to authorize tho distillation of fmiit without tax by the Federal Govern ment, leaving the question of such, taxation to the State. Mr. McPhcrson (N. J.) also intro duced a bill to authorize the distribution of prize money to the survivors of the Monitor, who participated in the action with the rebel ironclad Merrunar in M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 December 1883

3.W :;5'? ' THE NATIONAL-"TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1883. gtipifp w: s, .- ' Ilf . "X1 $?& "A 5 - sJ i THE GRAND piY. m " Department 3Tews Post Elections Oifeer Grand Army News. JHedal Correspondence Ivational Tribune Philadelphia, December 24, 18S3. Instead of the usual muster on last Monday Bight, Post No. 1 held a service In mcinorjr of deceased comrades of the Post The beautiful loom was crowdod to it3 utmost capacity, among those present being General Uarrranft, General Snowden, Assistant Adjutant-General Thomas J. Stewart, Judge William N. Ashman, find other prominent persons. Thirty-six comrades, in full G. A. IL uniform, were seated on the Commander's platform and took the leading parts In tho programme. On Thursday night the Association of the Pennsylvania Reserves met at the hall of Post 2fo. 191, Broad and Filbert streets, and headed by the Post flute and drum corps, marched to Artbor's dining rooms on Chestnut, near Sisth, whore a very' elegan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 December 1883

"Fr J ' - -SVi & -lie. r i- !W Li-r ' jfc " JiT . r V-fr. THE JL4TI0NAL TMSUKE: WASHINeTO-.D. 0., JHHJEHDAY-, 'PE&jEiSBEft 27, 1833. tr sve-jtr -vjp- -vit& TPS TOLD GP liat Our Feterans Have to Say ibout Tlmli OH Campaigns. - Tlic HIbc Explosion. To the Editor 2 ation&t, Tmbcne j A comrade asks'nhout it, und I will give tho cause jot the faiiuretas I understood it at the 1 me. The mine-vvas'S 9th -corps idea. Tho engineer corps oT the array didn't bclievein it. jieuteaaat-Colouel Pleasants, of tho 4Sth I causyivania, bossed the jrfb.and his part of it v,$s a complete -success, except the fuse, which turned about lialf au hour longer than was ex- ; " octwdi Burnside ected the colored division to jiilse the assault. The 1st brigade, under ' Lionel Si'fried, wore to take the lead, -and ere drilled by him in just the movements .ay ffun pjcpected to go through. Immedi- .jily aft r the explosion, and before thcrcbels inulpo.bly recover tfroni the surprise, this ,"ade wu-'t...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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