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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 17 January 1884

4fciUyitflWHaKSS'! -K45 jjt- i&r? j - . -, -" THE NATIONAL TRIBTOEr WASHIFGTOiC-D". C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1834. Tie National Tribune. (ESTABLISHED 1877.) c TO CARE FOB H!M WHO MAS fiOHNE THE CATTLE, ASD FOB FIS WIDOW ATIS HFHAMS." ABRAHAM L.INCOLK. "THE VALIDITY OF THC PUBLIC DEBT OT THE UNITED TATtS, AUTHORIZE D LAtf, INCHittNa CEOT8 INCURRED FOR PKYKEHT OF -PEMflfMS AN COUNTIES FOR 6ERMCCS IN SDP FRCSSINQ IN6WWBCH0N Oft ftEBCCOON, SHALL NOT DE QUES- tiowbo." Sac. , Art. XIV, Constitution of the Uwteo Statcs. I eoHSwea it the aolcst paper devoted to the inter tstsofthm)umkspmauhdjntheoountrv. itarncstly cohkcao it to all ccwwa5es of the or3er." Paul VawDervoort, COKUANBefHM-CrllLr, G. A. R. 'PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. Six months, S oonUs. No subscription for a lebS iorfod rooaived. JCir ERMS OF StfBSCRtPTlOK Invariably cash 4f AMANCC MofiV HWAlE8 CTMeiWWE THAN BY RECIS TEfiCD LETTER, POSTAL NOTES, POSTAL MONEY OfiBER, OR DRAFT OK NEW YORK, WWX 8E AT THE WSK OT TH...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 17 January 1884

jrTT" tapnrr B53F W .- X - "1- " - ' -;n .?- TIIE NATIONAL TJUBTJ3SE: , WASHIN.fi?IOH; D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1331 & PITH OF THE MEWS, Capital Ismics Crirass and Casualties. 3taORal aud Political. CAPITAL TOPICS. T4ic Secretary of ihe Treasury has famished ftu answer to tho resolution of the Senate cou carniug the sinking fund. The statement shews that the amount of tho public debt on June 80, ISfia, wis $2,630,647,369. The total tift)tortaioUjii6edStatcs,lco6 cash in the Treas ury, at it maximum paint, August 31, 1335, tvus $2,75431,571. On June 30, 1B33, it was $1,551,991,207, a reduction of the debt, includ ing accrued interest, of $1,203,310,303 more than would have heon supplied by the sinking fund had the requirements of the sinking fund acts bean strictly complied, with. There must he a nurcluise and -payment within each fiscal yew of one per cent, of the entire public debt j as it exists at the beginning ot the liscal year. As to "wliat sum will hereafter he requir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 17 January 1884

lit J- THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASIIINGTC! 17j 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1884. THE' GRAND ARMY. r ITT n r j wen. jjcatirs western itib iaicsi Dcpariinciit News. 6jcdn3 Correspondence National Tribune. Pjinji.Rm.rHiA, January 15, 3S1. The Commander-in-Chief will attend tbc annual Jiucanipmont of the Department of Michigan, to ht hold at Detroit on January 23d; that of IHIis at Decatur on the 3Gth, and of j Ohio at Zsut'sviuc on the 31st. He will also, during the week, visit I'o'-te in the northern part of Indiana, a? may be arranged for him ly Dcri-rtnient lormiuandoi Ct-rn&hau. Ou the i ?ht of V. c4ucday. 9th inst. Com-mnndor-in -Chief Both visited Lafayette Poit, No 340, located in New York city, where he id an tutliirsir-tic reception and spent a J.irjjily cnjoyeWe evening. Two more Vta have been added to the ros ter of this litft. rtment during the past week, iMindy: Post No. 407, to be located at Free dom, Boavor county, and Post No. 403, at Liv cij ool, Pcny MUty. Ceucsal Ord...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 17 January 1884

TXti z-ic-y &rv , THE NATIONAL TREBMB:' WASHmGTOE, . D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY IT, 1884. 7 - t . ,- - -- FIGHTING THBf" OYER What Our Yetcrans Have to Say About 'Their Old Campaigns. Tlie Storming of Sarje's Heights. To the -Editor National Tsxoxrsrs: In pending the columns of The Tbibune of Kovenibor 29, my glance fell upon the words "Marye's Heights" at the head of an article over the signature of one of , the " Vermont Boys," as we used to term them " in the days long ago." when we of the 6th Maiue marched and fought in the same line of battle with them so ofton. "What magic there is in those words, andvhat memories thny arouse! How they carry me back over the twenty years, and I see again in memory and participate again in Imagination in the glorious yet Sad work of that day glorious in its victory and sad in its memories. It is not my purpose here to detract from tlie gallant part the 2d Vermont took in this -action, nor would I plnck one bright fcatiicr from their plume. It...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 17 January 1884

- i' i J? THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1884 3 WS. 0, 0. HOWARD'S EEfflSCENCES. Continued from lsi wfe. ftought he Exnnig around his lines parallel to the r.ii?roaa, aud gave hack steadily (bra half wile .toward the grapevine bridge. It wis Eamnor's upper "bridge. Here, iu the edge of the limber, lie defied, every hostile advance. As a tbunder cloud in summer often ap proaches you, but suddenly stops at a riveror ridge of land and passes harmlessly away, giv ing vou bat a gentle sprinkling, so did this cloud of insurgents approach .Abercrouibie and Couch, touch the railway and pass on. They, Conch and Ahercromliic were, however, hope- Jess! r cut off from the remainder of the corps. Jiut where is Kearney ? 1 cannot account for it that hi had not heard the cannon irom tiic faint, not mora than five inflos from him: but the wenthor was unusual, the cannon few, and j ind-rimr from the firms of iheprovious days, I neither llcintib&inian nor Kearney t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 24 January 1884

f Wl - ?r&S--jur-r ess- ' -J" " ' -vr mV " &u mc Uv film lvlw to towe iltf Mtf 'f ,d widow nnfl ovjrtxntt.d.0 - V,-- ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. WASHrnGTOIT, D, 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1884. YOL. m-ffO. 24.-WH0M T0. 128. Gil ft 0. HOWARD'S Personal BkiswaeeB of :ths War of FAIR OAHS A-GAI3ST, Ar.d the BTJUiant Close of Second Day's Fight. tlie A LOST OPPO&TUlSITy. McClellaia's Mistake Scene in j a Field Hospital. Jt ifpjer-Qmrral 0. 0. Hovrard, U.S. A. loervat wn:u.-alt. eiokss juseevxd. I XIV, The time xeqitireft to march from Sunmors iowcr bridge acfof 'fha Oiickaftorainy to the uppsjr, the increaaefl 3ifficaris Sa crossing tie river and wading tbtseagh the borderiug Bwaiaf), luttught ray brigade to tbo e!d two Ijoims latr tkau Seagwick's. As we emerpeil int l&e taniug a half mile from Fair Oaks Siafcfon ere was a thick mist Betting in, ana a eloniy sky over onr heads. You could not idlstiagaisli a man from a lorse at a great aMance. Tho firing was coarly over....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 24 January 1884

iSS s '? t-wl-. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE f WASHINCTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1884. - fxm-f ifvy - vi 7,3ffacK"T'w.s .iAW f 4th Missouri-was stationed. OoL Can- was at enee ordered to advance to therelief of ibis out- ?bstf vk'hlch movement brought on the battle, 'ills gallant division moved into position un der fire, and Davis was ordered to support it, Trot a sadden attack on the left changed the direction of the latter to the relief of Oster lisus. General Cariis Bays; "TheliaiUo raged Sn the center with terrible fury. Calonel Ba visheld the position against fearful numbers, and our brave troops nobly stood or charged in steady lines. The fate of the battle depended on sncecs3 against this flank movement of the cne-niv, and here, near Leetown, was the place to break it down. The fall of Generals McCul loch, Mcintosh and other officers of the enemy, who fell early in the day, aided ns in our final success at this most critical point; and the steady courage of officers and men in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 24 January 1884

lipMiMifpP w W&VSZ,.?s " -- Kj"-'Y, ,t .o THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON, D. -0., TflUllSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1884. :tr THE GRAND ARMY, (Gen. Bcatlfs Western Tour latest News From the Departments. Special Correspondence National Tribune. Pjm.Awnwnr.fi, January 22, 1SS1. The following will be the programme of offi cial visits of the Commander-in-Chief during his trip West, reference to -which was made in any last communication : He left this city last night and will arrive in Detroit in time to attend the Encampment of the Department of Michigan to-morrow. On the evening of the 2ijh he will be the guest of Mrs. Jlate B Sherwood, at a recaption to be tendered him at Lcrrorfdencc in Toledo, Ohio. On the 25th ho will visit the Post at Goshen, Ind., and on tho following day will ho with the Posts in Milwaukee, Wis. The 23th will find him in G vingtan, Ky., and the Post at that place will rccv-ivo his attention. Tuesday, the 29th, he Mill be hack In the Hoosier State, among the P.iste o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 24 January 1884

0 V i 4 Ti BE MTHJHAL IMBUE m, (Established 1877.) '. TO CARE rOR HIM YHO HAS DORNE THE BATTLE, AND K58 l-'js widow akd orphans. Abraham Lincoln. The validity or the pimuc debt of the United States, authorized by-law, inciuding debts incurred fob TArMEWT OF PENSIONS A?(D BOUNTIES FOR SDW1CCB 1K BUP-r-KE&SINC 4MSWRECT1DN OR E8&UOh, SHALL 'WOT BE CUES- noNEO." Sec. 4, Art. XIV, Constitution of the United TAT6. 1 CON'toMR IT THE ADLEST PAPER DEVOTED TO THE INTER EETE OF THC0CJ6R PUBLISHED SU THEOOUMTRr. I EARNESTLY COHKEKDM" TO ALL OOMRABE6 OF THEORDCR." Raw. VahDebvoort, Comiuncps-jn-Cmiix, G. A. Tt. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. e i One Dollar par "Year. Six months, "7$ cents. Ko -subscription-for a. loas iojaoTi xeoeivod. CTEJIIflS OF SU88CPTON Jwariaely cash j fAcE. "Mowar ittvAoeo othekmoe than by jieos Ttfireo iXTBH, wtnw. notch, postal imrr oaoen, on ty ft at. m York, vma. be at the hk of the sender, AS OWA U8OQWTO0N6 WU8 TO MKMTi. FHeKWLS. SuWDBMH OAM ALWAYS ASCERTAIN THE DATE WMEW...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 24 January 1884

- V -r P THE NATIONAL TRIBTOE: . WASHING-T0N,f D. 0;, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1884. -- , I DOINGS OF CONGRESS. Tim Mexican Treaty Defeated The Case of General Fitz Jolm Porter- In tho Senate, on Wednesday, tho IGtn Inst., Mr. !PIrt Kan.), by Tegnftst, submitted a joint Tasomtion proposing an amendment to the OowrtiWitiou prohibiting the mauuractnre or sale of intoxicating liquors In. tho United States. The new joint rules wore then taiten up, nnfl n sniritad diacoamon arose in regard to the language of tbe clause prohibiting the sale of j spirrauous or ami liquors in ie uiwu uu.uu mg. It was ftwtiiy decided to strike out the voids spirituous sd malt" and insert the word" i itiovicaiing " Jlr Frve (Me.) saM. he had seen n man Tvitfi liis pantaloons inside Ms boote, and "vyidi bis coarse bouse on, standing at the bar of a ras tatusrrt of one of the houses of OoBgross, drink ing miserable whufcy out of a cap. "AV.u cap?" inquired some member. "Ku. sir said Mr. Frye, "a crockery cup; and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 24 January 1884

i JOLLYTARRE'S "STORY Of the Great Earilitiuake at Arica, Pern, in 1S6& Hi! LUidchnnt Jl W. Sturdy. Onr aftoraooon during the trip from Zanzi bar to tho Comoro Islands our friend Tom Fa.rueaihor and Lieutenant" Jollytarrc wore Bitting on the poop deck of the Ncplune when the cnvertfiou turnou upon earthquakes. "Where do carthqu;d;c6 mostly "occur, Mr. Jolij tarrc?" asked Tom. ""Well, there are several spots in the world vlirrc .iu- people are generally on the lookout for a slinking ii!. All volcanic countries are tnihiwt to earthquakes, and there arc many pla ts f:ir distant from any active volcanoes tha: jre visited in this way at times. There hae bet n many disastrous shocks in Europe for int-! uj-, in Switzerland, Portugal, and linly ; in Japan, the west coast of North and South America, and in the countries bordering on ih Harriohoaa Son. We have had them in our om. country, not only in California, but in the Jist:siippi Valley and in New England. TJioy occur iu ieelaiid, an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 24 January 1884

?-;-ilSFvm THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE WASHTN&TON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 188L j, j. .-- .v i- jf -, " ttjiw; ',a&rtwK.f - - . ; -c r-ziWy. v . prvT'f- T34fftf ;' - FIGHTING THDJ OYER; liat Our Veterans Have to Say About Wir Old Campaigns. The Fort Pillow Massarre, To the Editor National Tmbuke: I have been a constant reader of yonr very -valuable paper for over a year, and am deeply interested in the many thrilling acconnts tJiciein given of the ruel war of the rebel lion, but I liavo looked in vain for a detailed account of the great slaughter of Union soldiers at Fort Pillow by rebels under Forrest and Chalmers, which occurred on the 12th of April, 1661. At that time I was a pilot on the United States gunboat New Era, of the Missisippi Squadron. It carried four guns (12-pounders), was of the class called "tin-clad," and was patroling the Mississippi Eiver in the vicinity of Fort Pillow, which was situated onahluff on the east side of the river some forty-five miles above M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 24 January 1884

E-OT5S '$ -it S" '-?J?-;"i.-fir w-w - n. : vjia., '&'3"-Cra - -J- T ?"!. WjCVia" v ---,-' --" A- ., " 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 183k !1j3aSS--S,5rt . T wi- : - g- -agrvL-r -ji. ---y1rJSii "f " -"Wgi ST5 7 -" V vSf"" m. 0.0. WARD'S REMDflSGEEES: Continues from 1st jiagc. evidently looting for tho railroad station, which avc kuow had surely changed hands. Infantry and cavalry showed themselves be yond Ihc openings in the edge of tho woods and fields to the "west and southwest of tho hatteries, hut were squarely in front of the New Hampshire men. The shells and spherical case-shot of Pettit, thrown with great accuracy and rapidity, and tho cool firing of Cross skirmishers, quickly drove the advanc ing intruders hack, and soon they were again beyond our sight. Tins sudon Toveille, with lis oxcilexnont, stirred up our minds and magnified oar pow ers of caution. Too long an interval on our left hovween us ani Birney was the cry. Only pickets conn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 January 1884

". 4 J- Ts.flPE r ? - - -v . (& H Hk " f&to raw fry itJut wTw tm. tone flte Imttti, mb ft Txfss wita nntt avnus ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. WASHEST&TON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 188-1 VOL. HI-NO. 25 -WHOLE m. 129. ft . , 4 - , d 3S 4F ?i S IV to GEN'L .0. 0. HOWARD'S :1 taistoafies tof the War of ths RobaHion. 'era: AFTER 3?AT!R OAKS. Ths General's Journey Home and Enthusiastic Welcome. a chakse oit base. MeCle II an's Retreat and Lee's Lost Opportunity. Jsi :ijcr-Gmcra 0. O. Z&wwd, U.S.A. ; i : vinTEo.-jox iumhtb kesctved.I XV. lacocvcrsmg wilhcommdesof ihcwar. with rcgaal to events of twenty years ago, I notice treat variation In 'their stories. It is exceed ingly ditlicult to separate wbat we have seen j iruia v- Lt Ave have heard ; -the memory is so affected and stimulated by other faculties, that it does not always bring to ns just tie facts vithoat some modification or ornamentation. There Is, liowcver, a good foundation for every story, which roots itsel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 January 1884

' "jS-vlr. 1& if - iv ;! family camo in Bcvolutionary days from tho Ubrlh of Ireland Protestants, you know, sah and we all spell the name with a ." A good deal of general conversation followed as the cars sped along, which was at last ended abruptly by the conductor's cry: "Effingham; twenty minutes for supper; St Louis passen gers take iho nest tar forward." "Sorry to leave you, sah," said Cauldwell as the two gentlemen left Iher cars; "but I go on io Mississippi." Aud after a hearty meal Cauldwell gave his new acquaintance an un usually oordial good-bye, as ho returned to tho Cairo car, while Adams look tho Yandalia line for St. Louts. And for some miles, as the di verging trains flew over the prairie, each mused thoughtfully of the other. "Strange!" thought Cauldwell, "that I should ba so drawn tea total strangor. I have certainly met him before. He appears too young to have been in the army; and .if 1 did not mod him there where did I hear that voice ? Why did I not learn hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 January 1884

BPBHWWMWWTIS! "U-'5 7-i&ii K3 M3&1 tSc SF-v- 1 W S"- sc v THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHmOTGQUD.- C, THURSDAY, JANUARY" 31, 1884. S "j pvwMaBffi A BURGLAR'S STORY, Brought Up With Care, lie Early Distinguishes Himself By W. S. Gilbert. When I Jhccamo oisrhteeu years of ago my' father, a distinguished bagging-letter impostor, said to too, " .Reginald, I think it is time tliat you bogan to think about chooiing ajroles Bion.' These wore ominous words. Since I loft Eton, nearly a year before. I had spent my lime very pleasantly and very idly, and I -was sorry to "see my long holidays drawing to a close. My Either had hope to have sent mo to Cambridge (Cambridge was a tradition in our family), but business had been very depress?d of late, and a sentence of sis months' hard labor had .considerahly straitened my poor father's resources. It was necessary, highly necessary, that I should choose a calling. With a sigh of resig nation I admitted as Much. "If you like," said my fcthcr, "I w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 January 1884

&ZV THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASJfcLJJmWtflX 0., TJiUIiSSDxlY, JAMUAHX 31, 1884. The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) f TO CATJE rCRWM WHO HAS DORSE THE CATTLE, AK3 R58 WS wioow and orphans.1 Abraham Lincoln. 'THE VALIDITY OF THE POSUC CEfST OF THE UNITED States, authowieo dy law, including oebts incurred ron PAYMENT OF PCt'BiBMS JMO DOUttTIES FOR SERVICES IN EUP TKESSINO KSWWIECT13N OR RE8EU10K, HALL HOT CC QUES- TtOKco," Sec. 4, Art. XIV, CoKSTrnmon of the Ukited &TATCS. . I CONSIDER T THE ABLCST PAPER DEWTCO 70 THE INTER" IST6 OF THESOUHenWJBUSHeBtNTHC COUNTRY. I EARKE5TLY cokwend jt to -ma ooi'raoes of the cmwer." Paul VakOervdort, Cokuanduwn-Chisf, G. A. R., PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year- Eix months, VC cauls. 3o subscription for a loss poi'iod roooived. aj TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Invaihadly cash in ADVANCE MOKEY FOttMAKQCD OTHEfWWC THAN BY HBCK rEREO LfiTTfcR, POSTAL KOTES, POSTAL MONEY ORDER, OR RMT OH NlSW YOfJK, Wtti DE AT THE 8K tF THE SENDER, AS Al&O A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 January 1884

J DOINGS OF CONGRESS. Tlie Filz-Jolm Porlcr Debate Still On Pension Bills. In tho Senate, on "Wednesday, the 23d inst, Mr.SewaH (N. J.), from the Gominlttee on Mili tary Affairs, reported favorably the bill for the Tcliof of Fite-John Porter. Mr. liBgan IU.) submitted, as the views of lbs minority, the adverse report made by bim from ibe Committee on Military Affairs of the Forty-seventh Congress. Senators Harrison and Hawioy concur in it. Mr. Tun Wyck (Nob.) offered a resolution, winch, after amendment, was agreed to, calling forfnli information from the Attorney-General ns to the fees paid attorneys in the star-route cases. Tko remainder of the session was spent in discussing the bill to provide a civil govern ment for the Tomtory of Alaska. THimSDAY'S rJJOCEEDIKGS. In the Senate, on Thursday, the Bouse joint rosfldution for the relief of the Grcely expedi tion -was taken up and passed, after being amondud, on motion of Mr. Saulsbury (D'il.)f go as to provide that those who take p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 January 1884

PIi ,? Si" .!-&&- 4?3S?3 if t. , 6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON) D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1884. SP-tSSi r. 'v. THE GRAND ARMY, Affairs at Headquarters Department . News The Encampments. Epodal Correspondence National Tribune. PjUL.vnELPniA, January 29- The fact of the Oouimander-in-Chief Laving again felt it ncoessary to call the attention of Doparliment Commanders to the delay in for wr.rfing Uicir qumterJy reports aroused my curiosity and led me ta make inquiries of tlic Adjutant-General in regard to it. I -was sur prised to learn that for the quarter ending September 30th several Departments have yet failed to make tlieir returns, and the strangest part of it is that those delinquents are the 3)ep."tinettts having the smallest number of Post v.hile, a a rulu, the larger ones are slwa prompt. In strong contrast to this ua ncca t.bi.' delay, neglect, or whatever it may he, js tbc et thai already several of the latter have sent in their reporis for the quar'r . c .di...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 January 1884

" "i "- r V THE TCATrOTCAL TRIBUNE: W ASHDSTGKlffiS. - D. 0.; THURSDAY. JANUARY 3L 1881, if JF1GJJTISG THESf 0VER. - -WMta Yeiorans Hare to Saj About Tbeir Old Campaigns. The 1st Michigan's Karsh Through Baltimore To the Editor TSjukuku. Tjuboxe: I have a grant regard for General Howard, and a deep interest in his personal "rccolloctions of the war," as detailed in Tuu TitrriUNE; yot a patriotic feeding for our loyal Stale compote me to take cxeeytions to his Elatonicut that the 3d M&iae regiineat, on the 7th of June, 1HJ1, were the Hist troops to pass the Baltimore gauntlet alter the G$i Massachusetts. As a matter of history, permit me to say that the let Michigan infantry (three months), coni posafl oxdeavely of thoroughly drilled indo pwiuCBt companies from different cities and v31& in MieMan. uniformed in dark blue. and armed with the iJpringfield rifle, left the city of DeiroU on the evoning of Slay 13, 1S61, en route for Washington. Dhe iegimec was oomnianded. hy Colon...

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