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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 December 1883

j : . w 11 " j m THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: ' WASHINGTON, D. 0, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1883. . . r"f prMnceptions, Swiss Climate Mixed Language Moral People. ffccdal Oorrcspondenpe National TaiiBTnn:! Zimicn, December 11, 1SS3, T&ere is, perhaps, no European country, ex- J- mjtii ISnglana, to vrmctt tuc ordinary traveler Wings so large si stock of preconceived ideas as e Switzerland. Tell aud the apple, avalanches tad St. Bernard dogs, Stviss watches and Swiss carvings, Swiss patriotism aud Swiss industry, conie into tlic sjcIiooI rcading-loTcs of so many f tis: travels in Switzerland come Into the later leisure reading tjf bo many others, and so xcaiiy of oar friends write home glowing ac counts of iheir own exploits in Switzerland, hat ire have in advance a pretty definite idea of the land of summer travel. Much of the in terest of a first journey through Switzerland lies in the work of verifyingiradcorrectitig the notions which havo couio into poisss:on ot oar itic5s, perhaps we d...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 3 January 1884

WattmtM Stilly Ti.tf WvX "& tm Ut Mm wlw to ltovnc itxe l&ntttc, muX fov tog wWow anfl 0plum&" ESTABLISHED IST.HNEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARYS, 1884.. OS -y. VOL. ni-ffO. 21.-WH0LE NO. m. -V fe' .3 -TTT PJJS'mT '11iaB9WSa 1 yrtJkPla JJS raAWEMVV-. MMP1 5 JfJi-SiaiGW T"rn' hi 1 1 iiimi mm iiTTnTiiM 7 v - ' . ???? 1 fv" V-Tr f ,pi y iTjT V ' T i iiT yjfy'''umic3 .I'J -it .0 J JfM bU3T! -T5-ilf7TvA4,7-rirrBSt.!Sy -S-ir.V- il &l--.'Mmt i73isr: IU J?f., I I , -.-Hrm . i"-.y j GEE 0. 0. HOWARD'S ?oroaal R9BiksGees of the War of the Meilicfl. BATTLE of AYIIiLT A "MSBTgtQ- FLeamy Conacs to the Rescue of Hooker. HANCOCK'S DETOUR. Early's Fierce Attack and Speedy Repulse. Ty Mnjor-Ocm. al 0. 0. JJwBard, U.S. A. XI continued. (By 7 a in., the moruiug of the 5th of May, Ht'J:cr's iwn surged front tlie forest and ;omenvd their bloody work. Grover's bri isdi began the atfaik from the left of the road: WeTir- bltTjr,vll supportedwas located to tli? : ir .: of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 3 January 1884

ki.TV--v'i THE NATIONAL TRBTETE: WxVSIMGrTQlf D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, ,1SS1. 9 T, ttfct tfrosij iU ABOU-BEW ADHEM AND THE ANGEL. By Jfcft tfwnf. A3ou Ben Adfcttm finay Ills tribe increase!! Awoke one wght im deep 4reaiu of peace And wvc -w4Umn guMuopiiNfftitdii his room, Making iu-teh. iikes Ifty in hloam. An fliijrei, writfnfi n a book of gold; Exceeding tcaK had itmJs Ben Ahom bold; .And to ihe prooonec m tbe room be taiil. ""Wlnst wrilest tf wu ? " Tlie vteten wised Hiislicad, And. will: ioofe Msa.Se ail of wS eccrd, Ans wests! . ' The names of those who Jove the Lord ' Ad i; unite shh " ' wuS Aboa. ' Nay, not so," Bep' ifd the unjrH. Ao poite nv -re low, But ol.ut-rTuHy itt , nd asm. I iry Uiee, then, "W rite ine m.u"ltiat IfrvJiis fellow -hmi." The m w r..- nd vUAisbd. Tue inxt night It earn, j;.! ' i tli great awakst); light. And thA -i the nsmtt whom iove of God had And 1: Bt i dhera's name !d all the rest. MR, BATER'S HOUSEKEEPING. 2CinY -k, and f V-ilharct December morn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 3 January 1884

-e-.-v---f ?l -. TEE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASffiNGW, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 3,-1884; S EJGffF T ATLANTA, Work of ilic Sovenly-oiglith Tratisih Ohio iliat Day, and TTLc battle of Atlanta, Go,, July 23, 1364. lias bean written by many able pens and from many standpoints. As it was the most memorable day of the war io me, I have road all I could find and yot liavc seen nothing direct from the regiment or brigade to v.'hich I belonged; aud boltcvfcig tlieir action oa that day worthy a place in history, I w'll endeavor to respond io your solicitation for items of war events, and, is briefly as I can, give a bird's-eyo view of whi.l I iw and remember. My jdaea was with company A, 20th Ohio veti ran voluarfocr infantry. Our brigade con sisted of the 65th, 7Blh and 20th Ohio regi racsis. On Jnt day the 03lh was detailed in the rear, anS had a history of its own. The 78fh aad 2&k were on liie advance line, south of Halt Hitl. The 78th was about the length of one regiment south of the hill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 3 January 1884

ESS isasia:!ssa; Jjnrfef-af' '-rs5' . "- " THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHIIGTOS, D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1884. TffilfATIGML-T: (ESTABUSHED 1877.) ,. To cvarTOR hih who has borne the. bathe, and roa wis wioow axs ouphans." Abraham Lincoln. "the wmojtv of the puduc oeet of the Uwtcd STATT6, AtTTrtOftllED SV LAW, IHCLUWKG DEBTS INCURRED TOR HYMEHT OF CKMDNS ftMB 301IMTICS FOR SERVICES IN SUP PRESSING Mt&UMKCn-SI. Oft DeoKUGM, SHALL NOT BE QUES TIONED." Sec. , Art, XtV, GKeTnwt of the Ukitcd -STATES. " I CO!" .rs IT THE AB&67 MPER OBTOTEO TO THE INTCT IlSTB Of T : .kTtc!'. PUBCiaHEB W TMECOWmW. 1 BARMSETIY OMCN T Ti ALL COMRADES OF THE ORDER." Raw. VAKOeiwootn, Cakmmibommmcf, G. A. R. ii '9 V PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Tear. Six moults, 73 cowts. J"o sHlwarfptioii for a less period received. CaTTf'S OF SUSSCniPTION tyARiALY cash in ADVANCE;- ''. NEV rOFuvAWJtD CTHOWISE TAK BV RCOH TE3E3 if -;i POSTAL WOTCS. POSTAL K3WEY OWK95, W ORAFT OH h.'' YoK. WU. CE AT THE 4S6. OF THE ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 3 January 1884

r52 m?f&!K&?gm&.& - - jTt- " r-w-4r5, -; ' rt' wz& r - - - , J TEE NATIONAL TEIBUISTEr-WASffl3STGT0F, . 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY. 3, 1884 PITH OF THE NEWS, Csfifel fues--Cries aad Casualties. Persai tafi Political. CAMTAI. topic. Tnr f'atemeiitaf t4 Oottiijrollor jjflfca Cur reiicv or .aiMUiry 1. 1584, bows a deeraaee in lmu'itai biU swrteafor be caloanSar year of TIu ln1Hc Prin'cr is about to put the tenth rninift o: me xseiH'i;:ou ji-wwra. uw ihtc:. j-rna b-in s ttie Record up to 1H62. Thorc will, t....y . .A nuca MHiii. up p') b'y, te about mucty-fivc volumes man. Tin t'dal receipt from internal TCTemiefor tit f:r-4 six xMNithoof the fiscal yor ndhig oa toe 31 t nit. m- VJ1.136.30L The receipts for D.c-.nberwe-v f55,706. The estimate inndt h tnc coaim vloner f internal revenue of i' t m-eirrts for the fiscal year ending June 36, 3 -4, was $130,0. KVJja Tor the first five months of Ike present fiscal -rear t!. total intern! revenue- collections Sum ainwutttd 1 . ?...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 3 January 1884

BCWS ESir THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1884 rs THE GRAND pMY, o Department News Pos! Electrons Oilier tend Army News. Bat Inp The past week The Tjbxscot lias sent lank apj. nation fo-Pos:hir;.rs in response o t(.- - s from the f Hotting: Q. A. Bell, : to Bo.ifc .lo.iw Texas i'4iy, Mo.; W. W.McMas- tf-r, SI !.. IL-raon,i:tio v. county, 111.; Charles Bmol '. rt ivboIa,5Vo"ai.d county, Mo.; E. B. "Wood Lou" Prairt T.xU toe T. Hi- Sprmgfic!2. L-v,n ottuty, Minn. .1 1 tid of 11' -inee the bcjanuhig oi j they. fl a'1ni5n:sr.'. n. MAINE. Cc .' II A Tr.i'i. In patmeni Inspector, Blue1 ' v sends Us tV following: I hr u '- nil s-pent a'txtui t oon;ii in a iour oft! - i - unking ittt xiritiai iiH5weuo:i. daring vbir! s u 1 !uic i.-.ed linrty Bate, attended ..t .-. .'ju ' al, Uk x U-umoqyr oaerai imcr i, iiArcd i. J'v.-. w. til 'lra -five cluirt i ,'u..bu. aiKt Uiu cd over "SS0W1. I h'tf ud tlu lxys m i. riy every Pott v ay S Jrv i . ii ii i... r ; -f M" a" as?-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 3 January 1884

-- J" " ,. T t1 r ' -, EEE NATIONAL TRIBUNE ;-.WASHIiNraf ON,- D. - X)., - THURSDAY, JANUARY -3, 1SS1 ? -- - - --f jwy ".V -SF38 . y. ,, P -. FIGrjTlft THEIJ OYER What Our Yotcrans Have to Say About Their Old Campaign. Smith's Division at Donclson. To tlic Editor Xatioxal Tribune : lu your excellent payor of November 22, 1 find an arKdo on the capture of Fort Donol sou. The article is a good ouc, carefully pre pared; but when, iu the iirst sentence, he says: "The xopulse of Generals McCloruaud and Sinith," &ct, I feel Uiat the comrade does unintentional injustice to the memory of as .good and brave au officer as ever wore his country's uniform, as well as to the hoys of his division, one brigade of which m gallantly car ried Xhc works when they were ordered for that purpose. The writer was a member of Smith's division, commanding company K,7th Iowa, and took prt in every movement of the brigade ad divnaou from the first to the cap ture, and states from bis own personal knowl edg...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 3 January 1884

THE-MHONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1884. K Ift1; BLAND NUMBER TEN. Continual from 1st jwtfc ilufl-s, liowcver, rotrcat directly to the west .Aiom Commerce, leaving .in alluvial, swampy bottom laud, at least thirty miles wide, along ihe river below that place. A dismal and al most impassible swamp, Icnowu as the Great Mingo Swamp, extends all the way from Com merce to New Madrid. At tljat season of the year the batiks of the Mississippi were over flowed, and the rivor spread out for miles on both sides beyond its bed. The whole country for thirty miles woat of the river was under water. At lnttay plaees the wafbr was eight or ten feet- deep and xivory whoro front one to five foot deep. Aa old ombankmeiit, upon whicli a eorduf y road 3md been, liuilt, ostended part of titi '.v;;y to New Madrid, but the road had not Ik--a repaired, for years, and was in a very bad condition, and in many places entirely im lsab'e. The wcitiicrvHS cold and wet. A t.riaz!:ujr nuw ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 10 January 1884

' Iff -" "STjot h for Mm wft0 to fam lte tmttl, anil for Ms wito w&& m$iw" EPABLISfESD 13?7.-1TEW .SEMES. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 183i VOL. HI-NO. 22 -WHOLE NO. 13& T j " t W V! c " J L C JirjSv T1 T" dfcffi - - "5 i J HB jttb -in "'i"r'rsCyOMy3Kj5y!'y "ip. . B2lll " f "."fSe-- . ' . . ij . ! ii. i "'Jaj .'J L. MliM' ' '' I ....' TK h f GEE 0. 0. HOWARD'S fmml EsomdsoQDfiBS of &e War off Ik Mteea. OX THE PEIn INSULA. Pen Pi ciu res of Generals Frank- lin and Fiiz-Jolin Porter. McCLELLAXTS ADTAX"GE. Fighting on the Right Flank. A Hardly-Won Victory. Ty Mnjer-Gmti i! 0. O. SmBard, V. S. A. ivurvewttJ. ALL KK.UXS BESEnVED.J NIL The :aiirtaat rr.t7e of the Paninsalar cam- pa!'-!, v :s Fair 05 s. We, who liad diiched J uui '! .:wd and -na-lcd through the mad I iaidi-lu-.:. fnm tib eoat to Yorktown and to V' . y-bnrg had constantly anticipated a jrrsjit au 1 de isivc liatilc near Biduaond; and Fair !.-, t.! a distance from that center of re bell . i t t' ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 10 January 1884

TSfwanor . " rk a-TJZ ?! 5" kv V j - .- gS??SSi -' f-a'it .-JC. THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGpSTf. D. 0.,-. THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1884 s S 3 but as Charlcstownwas much farther than Bun ker Hill from Winchester, GeneralJohnston ac cepted it as -a retreat. GENERAL JOHNSTON'S MOVEMENTS. Tet tis imagine ourselves in Winchester a aaoraeiit. It is Juno 18. The cavalrymen sent out by General Johnston are comiugiu. "Pat terson is beyond the Opequon Bivcr," they re port Bo is as far away as he was at ilar tinsburg. It is 1 o'clock in the aftcrnoop; and a mes sage is coming over tho wires from Richmond: ' General Beauregard is attacked. Go to his assistance." The drums beat, the soldiers 'gather up- their blankets and fall into line, the regiments face eastward, and in a, few moments are on their way eastward. Seventeen miles will take thcra through-thc gap of the mountains to Piedmont to the railroad. Major Whiting gallops ahead to got cars and engines in readi ness. It is Thursday afternoon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 10 January 1884

'. trKv' TfWPP sre - "'t.; lftS? ySt-y KgBEFSs nv-T THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 188t. A REGULAR WIJIZZER, Ann the Wonderful KesuKs of the WJtoefs Coxuiag. J? Itfr. iTaiy SSsrrimK Csijmrood. That was a cold evening. Thcsnow was just as dry as floor, sad hsd boon heat down till the road looked slick as a ribbon far up an 5. fur down, and soaeaked every step. I pulled Lirar our ftlccl. All ihe boys wont home by the crick to skate, "but I was 'fraid Mrar would j. t cold, slie's bach a litile thing. I like to pjjv with the girls if the boys do laagh, for ai'- of the big ones might push Jural down aud hurt her. She utisse her mother, so I baiiifk her more than J used to. V. t V ahiio-i out of sight of the school-house, ai.d jest AvlKsre the road elbows by the Widow j Krv.! plane, when eometh.ug -passed us like a wliiR. rd uoen pull mar Rjoim with the slea-ro.-o v;r ray am and my hands in my pockets, Kid di la't hoar tenia, or anything: hut it ra.:e me sl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 10 January 1884

VIJL. "M THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE i "WASHINGTON, b. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, iSS4. The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) f- TO CAttE FOR H1W WHO HAS EORNE THE BATTLE, AKO FOX tits vtoow and OKPHAuB." Abraham Lincoln. '"ThEVAU!HTY OF THE JPUBLIC DEBT OF THE UfJITED TATZfi, AUTHORIZED DY 1AW, INCLUDING DEBTS INCURRED FOR fAYMENT OF rCWIO6 AND BOUNTIES FOR SERVICES IN 6UP FSESCIKO IhSttWlUCTISN OS REBELUOH, SHALL HOT BE OUES TIONCD.' SGC , ART. XtV, CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED TATC6. " 1 CONSIDfiR IT THE ABLEST PAPER DEVOTED TO THE INTER-tSTEOFTHC8LWBPWIIlieDlNTHECOyn-Rr. I EARNESTLY cokkekd it to au. dowrabe6 of the olkjer." Paul VanDervoort, CeioMNWiMN-Cnicr, G. A. R. c PUBLISHED WEEKLY. p . One Dollar per Year. Six months, M oajiliS. 2o MilnKJiition for a Juss juriol received. o JtaTTBIUAS OF SUBSCRIPTION Iimmbadiy cash in AOVAXCC. MONCV VOftMMXZ OTHEIWWSE THtM Y RE&S- TERS LETTCH, POSTAL NOTES, POSTAL MONET OflDEfl, OR i CRAFT ON NCW VcHK, W1U. BC AT THE RMK OF THE 8CKMR, AS At...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 10 January 1884

XI V"i sr -tu fsgfwf &- " c - - V v THE RATIONAL TRIBOTB: WASHTNOTOg, . 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 18S4. 8 PITH OF THE NEWS; Capital Topics Grimes and Casualties. Personal and Political. Chaplain Tonasainl Mesplie, ""J. S. A., who -was found gu'tty of -doplicstaug bis pay ac counts, will be dismissed firom the service of the United Slates on the loth inst. BoprosonWivc Springer has concluded to nceont tht positions on the House committees to wb icii "m was assigned by the Speaker, llis 1 commute witt at onee institute a thorough invostigHtioH of the Department or Justice. Justice Matthews, of the United States Su preme Court, gave a dinner party last week, at MbicliUte guests were President Arthur, Jns t'ce n& Mne. Field, Justice Gray and Miss .iray, X.ieiTinit-Gejieral nnd Mrs. Sheridan, General B. C. Soiienak, the Eowian minister and wife, Seualor aud Mrs. Hill, Sirs. W. V. B. Berry, Soaator and Mrs. Haie and Miss Webb. Representative Blfind bus had a interview with Mr. IMi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 10 January 1884

?? rf & S&e T -V 6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1884. & GRAND ARMY HEWS, Gen. Eeath at York Musters, Elec tions and Installations. Specif Correspondence National Tribune. Pnilwa-PIJIA, Januarys, 1SS4. The new year opens with a brilliant prospect before the 'Grand Army, both as to number, disep1Jic..nd widc-folt influence for pood, and the lustrations strongly tend to show that the prediction of Commander-in-Chief Beath that the eke of his year's administration will show a ufttster-rnil of two hundred aud fifty thou sand fosurades, will be fully verified. .Matters are vry quiet at National Headquarters, tiwLi partly to the dclty in receiving returns from !t various Departments. During all of t'hr - ;.uj-s week Adjutant-General VanduxsMcc wa abh .,ued to his house by what threatened a-1 a-tack of typhoid fever, but he is now ,' attend to his lunuy dntif'S again. vrfj'l work of mustering new Posts in T' lli Pt-p r:utc-t of Pennsylvania still...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 10 January 1884

-5rK JfV -JNt, fi "-... "t BSfa-t i $4 s f x " X J & - - I ---- THE T&TONAL TRIBUTE: ASHESraTy J). 0.,, THURSDAY, JANTJAHY 10, JL88JL n ... i ; "' ' -. ' f IGfjTING THElf OVER Wliat Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. BpMlMlsfCHCes er Wilson's Creek. To the Editor Xatioxai. TurouNE: I have recently read a letter in The Na tional TuiBUNE of Novemher 15th from Lieutenant Thomas Hyncs, who, at the Initio of Wilson's Greek, acted as staff officer to Gen eral Lyon. As one of the survivors of that famous battle, everything pertaining to its in cidents, or to those who participated iu it, are of surpaciing interest to me. While I helievo that 1 was the youngest soldier who took part in the cattle with arms, being harcly fourteen years of ajre, yet its details, horrors, and inci dents, so far as they came under my personal observation and experience, are as freshly im printed oil my memory to-day, as though but a week, instead of twenty-two years of time, had rolled ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 10 January 1884

iTV -- THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON, . 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY ltf, 1881. 8 Iff, 0, 0. HOW APS REMINISCENCES. tfas Tain fell in torrents, but about noon the ilouds liroke away, and during the remainder jf tiic day t3io heat was oppressive" rOBTEB'S ADVANCE. It was indeed a xvonderful rain, wbicb was ot yet over. Our own camps were almost .submerged, and it will be noticed tbatall tbo tributaries to tbo Pamuukey and tbo Chicka koiuiuy, between wbose bants tbc greater por tion at tho army Tested, were greatly swollen. But, notwithstanding this fearful weather and hardest marching, still Porter set forth toward the uortb from New Bridge, with General Emury and his cavalry ahead. He easily drove before him all Confederate goai-ds and pickets, cajituriug some. Our comrades can see the eoldi-rs through their own experience trudg ing along, with -the rubber blankets wet and ihiuy around their necks. lk-rdans iharpsbooters followed tbo cavalry or Uunson's hurao artillery; Uioh in order we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 17 January 1884

r- ' - " -i "" r . 4 "4- 1 "Efc raw fcrv Turn ivTia ftajs trone ftte M antT fov Itljs ttltW imttV 3i w v ESTABLISHED ISTXW SERIES. WASHINGTON-, P. 0., THIJJBBAX, JANUARY 17, 1884. r'r VOL. m-HO. 23.-WH0LE 3S0. 127. i ' ' ' 1' jir' 51 1 HHMiO" U vl 111 II II 1 v.-shw-, w ,v & V GHTL- a 0. MOTS PersMiai feiifftSSBeos of Ik War of the Rebffim. FAIR OA3SBFIEST DAT. Hyv the Battle Opened Gen. Casey's Gallant Defense. KEARNEY TO THE -H8PKT. Sumner to the Rescue The Day Saved at Last $g ITnoT-GmenA 0. 0. JleiBard, U.S. A iHM'ElHTra. ALL lUIKS SSasnUTEM XUI. AHhongb we were front ihe same State, it (nit aot my fortune to meet General Keyes but a few times duxiag oar service together in the army. Ho hud served in the artilicry in dif ferent jparte of the country, partieularJy in the Indian YWBS. The rebellion found htm. a UcutctMUtt-orioiielon the staff of General Scott. As early as Jlc 17tb of May 3io became a brig-adier-genewd of volunteers and soon took the Cold. We ftare met him .bef...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 17 January 1884

ra- ''.yt"-"'ir- ' !TSr ' 1 IFK-JWWH 'THE tfATICMAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, B. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1884 far I" largeand permanent wharf, and theucc,in 1S32, io .New Bedford and Providence, where he took charge of the surreys of harbors at those ports and ihe Taunton River. Tho following year, in response to a request from tho Secre tary of the Navy for a competent engineer, Lieutenant iJosecrsns was selected by the Sec retary of War and assigned to duty at Wash ington Navy Yard, where he planned the immense shops now in use at that place for forging heavy work. At the age of thirty-four, when at tho head of his profession, Lieutenant Uosecrans decided toTosigu from the army, where he had served cloven years without having reached the dig nity of a captain's commission, and seek em ployment in his profession in civil life. Jeucr son Davis, then Secretary of "War, expressed great reluctance to accept his resignation, be ing unwilling 1o loscso valuable an officer from the service, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 17 January 1884

VTjL t"V & . "J- "'i, - - v THE NATIONAL TRIBMB: WASEfXtfTOXJ. 0 THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1881. GRANDMA'S STORY Of -a Brave Soldier Lover and His Strange Courtship. Hit 7-oufsa M. AlcotL "WhonI was fifteen, my mother pave me tins ivhcUutl said : 'Now, daughter Betsey, It is time for you to begin your wedding outfit, fori mistrust you'll marry young.1 In those flays girls spun :ml wove ivcbs of fine linon and laid 'tan up in chests, with lavender -anil rosemary, ior sheets aud table linen after thoy munied. So I -ipim away, making all manner of line plans in my silly Load, for 1 was a pratry piece, they all said, and young sis 1 was, two or throe ihie lads nrd to come evenings and sit fctarmjr at me while I worked. " Among these, AA-as my neighbor Joel Man ilas Shirley, and I was fond of him, hut he hadn't much money, k I put on airs, and tried his patience v ry much. One day he came in and said: Bct"? 'y.3fin going a-soldicring; they aiecd men, and Pin off. Will you think of poor J...

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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