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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 February 1884

-- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHm&TflNJTD. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1884. The Iatioml Tribune. (Established 1877.) To CARC TOR HIM who has borne the cattle, AND FOfl t widow and cnPHAns." ABFIAHAM LlKCCLft. "the valimtv of thc puduc dcbt of thc Umtco States, authorized oy law, ikcluoiho dccts incurred for payment of pcw6i0ns amo &o0ntes fob services in sop fRcssiNO tNSufmccmN or ncccujoti, shall not cc oues- -VWiEO." Sf. 4, Ar.T. XIV, CONSTtTUTtOM OF THE UNITED tTATES. " 1 CONWBCR tt THE ABLEST PAPCU OCVOTE3 TO THE IHTEir- i8ts of thc 60uhcr publishes jkthccouwtrv. i earnestly commbno it to all cowra6cs of thc owoer." Paul VakDervoort, Gvmumm-vi-Cmzf, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per "Year. J3x nu-nsiis, B certs. 'o aolworlptlon for n. lefts Mriod retwivod. Alrf iseuwnlR ."iO cnts par Agate, line. ci n -v; of sus scRiTics imvawaslv cah in AP-AI.CE MCKCY FOR.At:otO CT riHVJSC THAN D REfflS-TT-eD Tf POSTAL t IS, FOfcTA MOMCY ORDER, OR orat c Nlw Vow, li nt at the RfSK ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 February 1884

FWSSijsfr - "S& P. fS "tT VJ .THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE WASHIWrpHy D. 0., THURSDAY; FEBRUARY 21, 1884; DOINGS OF CONGRESS. Anote Appropriation for the Flood Sufferers The Desertion Bill. In llio Senate, on Wednesday, the 13tli inst., Mr. Hale (Ma), from tlie Committee on Naval Affairs, .reported unfavorably and moved tbe indefinite postponement of the joint resolu tion introduced by Sir. McPherson. limiting the amount of money to be expended by the President on the Greely relief expedition to $500,000. The joint resolution was indefinitely post poned by a vote of 27 yeas to 20 nays. Mr. Dawes (Mass.) offered a resolution au thorizing and direeting the Sergeant-at-Arms and tbe architect of tbe Capitol building to rent and prepare suitable rooms outside of the Capitol for the use of such Senate committees as have no rooms (of which Mr. Dawes said there are six), the expense to bs paid out of the contingent fund of the Senate. The rest of tho session was occupied in dis cussion of the b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 February 1884

- C-- fii- .NP"W J-f THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON' t. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1884 G Tt THE GRAND ARMY, M$ for the Flood Sufferers The Pension Committee Convened. Special Correspondence National Tribune. Philadelphia, February 19. About five niouthsago.as you will remember, the Commander-in-Chief issued an appeal to die Grand Army for help for the yellow fever sufferers iu the Department of Florida. The response was most liberal, and far more money was contributed than it was" found necessary to use. General Beath was at first in a quandary as to the proper course to pursue with the sur plus funds, but finally decided to hold them for future cineigescies. The -.visdom of such a course has already been shown aud he has been able to icspondat once- to another call for aid more urgent even than the previous one. On Wednesday last telegrams were received from Ihc Commanders of the Departments of Ohio and Kentucky asking relief for the com rades who are &uilt-riug from the rava...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 February 1884

- - TT r- ' - i r V11"? T .-- TJIB ffATIOJSAL JTRIBPE; . WASHmGTOSL D. 0., TH.UESBAY, EEBEUARY 21, 1834., , '.., ." ' " ; : T FKSpiGTHEIj'OYER WIiai.Gai Tclerans Have 1o Say About Their Old Campaigns. SoinotTihig -About the ith Illinois Cavalry. To the Editor if ationax Tjiibuite: 1 noticed in your " Chronology of the War " for Jauaary SO, 1S63, mention of the action and surrender Vt Holly Springs, Miss., by detach ments of the 3d Michigan and rd Illinois cav alry and :3th, 02il and 101st Illinois infan irv. The post at Holly Springs at the time tho OwifoderslQ Geaend "Van Dora made the attack was communded by Colonel Murphy, I think, of theSth Wisconsin infantry, who sur rendered the post, composed mostly of invalids and the accessary guards. The Sd Illinois cavalry, however, was encamped on the fair ground, ad,Tofu6iug to surrender, cut its way out and tsoaied. At the time Van Darn struck Holly Springs osr cavalry were at Oxford, Miss, ad our division, under command of Colonel T. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 February 1884

sss K&7 rti. n-'-ff r ysli&'JZp&e VT " --" --" '2S - ' -h, ' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,uD. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 188. . 0. 0. HOWAED'S REHIHISGEHGES. Continued from 1st page. jdte to encouragctbe troops and keep back the eDy. On the enemy's side appeared Winder, yRwelland A. P. Hill, commanding divisions, with Garnott, Taliaferro, Early, Forna, Trim Me.JEonald and Thomas, leading brigades. Our Joss in this bloody engagement was 1,661 killed and wounded, and 723 missing 2,354 in 531. The enemy's loss, 1,31-1. Though Jackson had gained a quasi victory, it was dearly bought, so that tho nest day bat one, instead of renewing the conflict, he back cdu& slowly to the Bapidan. A few days after this battle Lee discovered the activity of our transport ships running be tween the" mouth of the James and Accjuia Creek. Burnsidc, with his North Carolina force, was alreacty on baud at Fredericksburg, and surely some of McClellau's force proper was in transit to the Pot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 February 1884

.rrwwrifT, ' .- . "t. vrrii ..? "js Air-t :-. 3 . , "1 it j, "Stf cm fat tttm vcU te tout ftte tintitc, mH fot fcte wlifow anil viiTtmt. v. & ESTABLISHED 1877 -STEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1884. YOL. IE-NO. 29.-TVH0LE 2TG. 138, Jfettmrai KjxsBii J,i-v - A: ' wBBBwMraBHra!Smiw - Jr III ;VI III K r -rs!i&cjfc; r -avsJaaV-- BaaL' JL a Ja '"iBKI " (P r -? r P" JP -- 611 0. 0. HOWARD'S Personal Reminiscences of the War of the Rebellion. THE SEG03SD EULL BUN, And the Military Maneuvers That Led Up to It. WHERE 32EMHSTEY FELL. The Battle of Chantilly Termi nates dope's Gampaign. By &ajor-&tmaral 0. 0. Hevsard, U. S.'A. icovvtaanxoB. t luenrs eesji-ved.1 XVII continued. Lee's next nievclold tlio lesson, but it camo foo latotfflr xfnela6. Stuart, enterprising In raids, swept around our right flank, and touch ed (fciHettfe Slatiou at night. He did not effect much damage, escept the taking of about 300 prisoners and some of the baggage and dis patches ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 February 1884

" ,. --i fc.f ' j r"" - . ? . t as Bayou, which was a raging flood, and over sll tho nearly impassable country to Grand Gulft u3 I reported tlie route impossible to a regiment, much more to a great anny. It never entered tlio minds of our leaders to sus pect that Grant ruight move Lis army by tliat "But lie did do it, yon know!" "Yes; l)Ut tliat is not the point. Ho could laavc done it easier when the water was lower; or lie could liavo marchedlaway from tlio Mis sissippi to the westward, and then turnod east tforjGraudiuir, with liarcuy anything one me Tensas inhis way before reaching Hard Times." " But when his army did get there you -were somewhat surprised. I think." ' "We were awfully surprised ! " 44 And that was why Grant toot the route he did. His movement was concealed; ho sur prised yon, and you know what followed." Dinner and the discussion of theVicksburg canimiffu ended together. Then the whole company went to the library, whore there was a grand piano. Captain Adams le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 February 1884

-F -X -rp,rt-'!iV. fi v 16' j- s?" " - A TriD i'sT - Sj"f' -e J- rt" ct;,?4? .J ,tI?' " " j , .-------- r THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHING-TON, . 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1884, STORY OF ELIZABETH. What Came, of Being Only Pupil. an Artist's Miss .Elizabeth ITill was still a pretty little woman, with Jike hair and a tidy little figure, I a?heu her father died. One after the other her elder sisters had mar ried and left home; and Lizzie kept house for her widowed father and forgot the lapse of time. The two old sorv,-vnts considered her a mere child, and she was always the yo imgest at the rare family reunions. Her lather had advised, praised and scolded her as though she had been in 3ior teens to the last. He was so old when he went quietly to sleep for the last time that people had thought Eliza beth would be "prepared for her loss;" but she was not, and after the first great grief and the shock of leaving the old home, when the property was divided and the house sold, she found that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 February 1884

JV- 5 -r THE STATION AL" TJLUB tME: WASHIIST:CTr:D. -0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY -28, 1881 T" Ti WwimuT. Trt n .J.VJjL-)XXi-i X1U Established 1877,) Bli. ' T0CAB6 FOB HUB WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLC, AND FOR tIS V.tBOWAMD OBPHAN6." ABUAHAK LlUOOLN. ""THE VUWTY OF THE PUBUC SEW Of THE UNITED Ctatcs, authorizes bv law, iNouiar.G osers ikourreo for PAYMENT F rtSNON6 .NO BOUNTIES ' FOB MRW668 IK 6UP FRCS4MN6 IMtWRRBCTIfflN OR IWBDUaOH, 4HAU. WOT DE CUBS- Tiwo.-iSoc , Art. XIV, GoiiSTmmoK of the Uwra ' I r, ir IT THE AUST PACER PCVOTE TO THE IKTER t STB Of 1 1 r 4.0UME fWSUSMEO IK THE CCHWTWT. 1 EARNESTLY CCWMf M IT TO ALL COMfMVGG OF THE OtWOi." Pauc VanDswooat, Co"'a-4-Cr1 6. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Yesar. Six moiitlis, 75 conts. No subscription Sor a Jess period rctlvM!. tOF TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Ikvamhwy ch nt ADVANCE - MONE rOHW-ViCCB CTMCRWISE THAK W KC16 TEttEO -!. KTAJ. '.C-, POSTAL MOWFV OHOEB, OR URAFT Of Ni YOWt, WUL EI AT THE KlSh OF THE SEMIBJ, 1 AB AUC ''. SIISSCWIFT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 February 1884

.tKwBW i-irjsr'SPWj- t'!Jot?V V .1T"ESsiS"iP.'-wSi "1. 'Vs'V Jl ? C'' Jl .03HE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,, B., 0., THURSDAY, -FEBRUARY 28, 1834. & - DOIMS OF CONGRESS, TJie Currency Bill Passed by tlic Senate Pension Matters. In HieSfcnata, on Weflnosflay, tlie 20fcli inst, among the bills introduced wore tho following : Bvf Ir Logan HI., praiiting a ponsion to Iffrs. Susan B. Edson; which wiSTcatl twico by . its iltio, and referred to tho Coinmitteo on Pensions. By Sir. Call (FJa.), granting land-ivarnmts to the soldiras and sailors in tho United jStates serving in the Seminole Indian war of 1S5G. iiioir widows and orphans; which, was read wiocTi),vitst5tle,audxeferrod to the Commit tee on Pensions. Iho Senate took up and passed without de bate t3io bill increasing tie annual amount of money to provide arms and equipments for the mftitia, from $309,000 to $500,000. Tii Senate then resumed, consideration of the currency bill. The following amendment oflbr-ed by Mr. Morrill (V...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 February 1884

.. V. ftt "V THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON)' D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1884. & 1 THE GRAND ARMY, a Kcws from the Depariiuenls Tlic Maine Encampment. Blank applications for Post charier have Gccn-sciit in response to requests from the fol lowing daring the w,eck: Josiah IL Shaner, Avoca, X. Y.; Dr. 3Iaihias Spyrcs, Blackburn, "Washington county, Arkansas; Charts II. Joucs, Wnyncsburgli, Ohio; E. 3L Hodgson, "White Plains, X. Y., making a total of 191 since tht beginning oi the present administra tion. The TfimrjfE has also forwarded to the fol lowing during the same time blank applications ,or Vtoim's Rdiof Corps cliai ters : J . B. Dennis, Traor, 3 own, and L. L. Colby, Tekamah, Xeb. MAINE. Comrade Gilmore Emery, Xcwfield, lie., -writes us that X. W. Mitchtll Post, Xo. SO, of "West Xew field, which was organized last June with cJovcn charter members, has now twenty five, und sends us tiic following list of tbc 3iewlv elected officers of that Post: Com mander. John P. Wood...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 February 1884

cfiHs V$?? J TEE NATIONAL TRIBTJNB: WASHUfffTpS, t. 0., -THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1881. FITTING THEpVER Wlial Oar Veterans Hare io Say About . Tlioir 014 Campaigns." Tlie Tlegnliu at Ssnta Ilosa Island. To the Editor 2vatiqnal Tribune: In vonr tissue of November 22, 1 noticed an article by . IL Johnson, of company G, 3d Bogular infantry, lcgardiiip the affair on Santa Iiosa Island, of October 9, 16GL which, to .some extent, is iucorraet, bat in some particulars is 4rn.e. Kow, in regard to au article in your paper of the 13th. December, written by J. Ran dall, of tho Oth 2vew York, I must say that, as I certainly Iraow as much, if not more of the affair of the Stth October than any soldier on paged in that action, I am constrained to write it as I know it occurred. It grieves, to have inou ignored who, although, out private sol . diers, diod like heroes., and such were Privates EocleH. Murray, and others, of company E, 3d llegular lafeatfir. whojeave up their livos on That dart inoraSn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 February 1884

P?9BPB3W 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, B. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 188J-. 8ST. 0. 0. HOWARD'S EEMMISCENCBS. Continued from l&t page tondmy command," "The Adjutant-General frill tell you that, sir." I quickly bowed, said ' good day, sir," -as mathematically as I could, and instantly left the house. Afterwards I learned that this treatment, which worried xaa at the time, was not meant as a punishment or discipline for me, but was probably but the reflex of his inner man after extraordinary perplexity and trial. Any visi tor at this time was liablo to receive such a .rebuff. GEXEBAX HOWA3U) 3USTUBNS TO DUTY. On the 27th I reported to General Sumner at Falmouth, Va He, stern warrior as we know him to have been, received me with marked cordiality. He gave mo a scat at his mess table, and his adjutant-general, Colonel Tay lor, that night surrendered his bed for my com fort. I shall never forget the demonstrations of affect ion of the men of my brigade. General Caldwell command...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 March 1884

r ?--. ' LIU "fit;, 0 saw fiw Mm ttflw te tome ite traiflMntf fin? ts$ss widow nnfl 0t4tto0 " ESTABLISHED 1877 -NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1884 YOL. IE-NO. 30 -WHOLE NO. 134. - I - . A ISkttdrttai GEE 0. 0. HOWARD'S Personal Reminiscences of the War of the Rebellion. McGLnLA3Sr- HESTOEED. General, Lee's Well-Laid Claris for Xhc Maryland Campaign AT ISAREBR'S PJEKRY. Tlie IvJoyements Frelimmaryto the Battle of South Mountain. By Jifajqr-Gencral O. 0. Hazard, U. S. A. ICOl'ViaauTED. ALL RIGHTS EESEEVEU. : XVIII. Ill the "Executive of a great people an "Exec utive who ii distinctly their rqprcsentative to carry on a public war is a gigantic undertak ing, and wbon tliat war is a, civil strife, the task is then vastly more difficult than when waged against a foreign foeC He needs the sup- port of the people, and no mere inindrity sup port is sufficient. I have Been present iu sev eral cities when fires of large extent have broken out During the war, in Fredericks b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 March 1884

" r- 'fSv&ki ?",-,'" jf -v - li, . W : THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH -6, 1884 s ill " , . . 1 vi-i "-?r 3rw-t nd of the sovcral States respectively in -which they reside." Mr. Langdon took Iho doctor's hand grate folly, and they -wore friends from that mo ment. Before presenting these pcoplo to Mrs. Char tervale, the doctor decided to communicate with her himself and iuform her of their pres ence and of their mission. He -went to her loom, sat "by his wife, toolc the pencil and briefly iold her of the events which had heen xecitod to him hy Sir. Langdou. Silo was much excited and deeply affected. She de clared, as she rattled the Morse key, that she J xomorohared all ahont it, so far as ner own par ticipation in tho evonts was concerned times, places, days, and dates. And then she begged that Mrs Watorhury should bo presented to lior at ouco. The moeting between the two lad;cs was a sad and a glad one. Mrs. Watorbnry recog nized lieYlong lostfriond ins...

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

,;:; T ?v f f .Vwrr;f; .Vg ' . 1 ' - " y THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1884. , p. y ' ' ' III Mm.- -f ,,.. if i.i i II Ot HANS YON VILLOCK, An Old Fashioned Story in a New Fashioned Dress. . JTote l?nnri?: 57iwood. Hans Ton Villoek was the only sou of a genial-faced old couple, who spent the winters of their comfortable declining years seated he side the plowing lug-fire of a wide, old-fashioned chimney-corner and the summers rock ing themselves on the broad, low-roofed porch overlooking bioad meadows sweeping down to Use blue Susquehanna. The Von Viilocks were a thrifty race, and old Fritz bad inherited richly from hi. ancestors, not only of noble lands and chests of home spun, and good, Tonnd, shining silver dollars, but of those rarer domestic gifts which no money can bay and no love confer, but which j follow naturally enough the descendants of a long lineof prndentinarriages foresight, closc fistsduess, slid thrift, Fritz Von ViHock's life had been...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 March 1884

w -fi. -- i."' '" HJ'' THE tfATIOKAL TEIBUM:, WASHIlsr&fjf) a 0., THtmSDAr, MARCH 6, 1884. Th Tribune IQNAL (Established 1877.) TO CARE rOfi HI? WHO HAS ORNf. THE BATTLE, AND FOB !IS WIDOW AND ORPHANi." AllRAKAK! LINCOLN. "Thc vaumty of the pusuc oect of thc Ukittd States, authorisec dv4Aw, including debts incurred for PlYKEHT OF PewWOKS AMD BOUNTIES rOR SERVICES JN SUP- pressing iNwmnwnotj or ueoeuiOH, shall wot cc ques tioned. "--Sec. , Art. JCIV, Constitution of the United States. ' i cohs40cs it the adlet paper devoted to the jwter- 6TS Of THtfiOOhBR JHBtME6 THC COUNTRY. I EARNESTLY cowvfikd it to all comrades of thc order." Pabl YamDsrvoort, Cei'VAhDEJMri-CrticF, G. A. R. II PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar -p&r Year Six monilts, ZZ cents. No subscription for a less Tiwlod. reaalveil. -CTEWrtS Or- dUeSCWTiatS llWAWABLY CASH IN ADVANCC- WoC!r KMHUUtDED OTH&ffYVWC THAN BY RC-S-TEflED IXTTOl, "QfTL NOTES, POtTAl WOHCY ORBEil, OR CRAFT Oil Wt YOKK WILL DC AT THE K OF THE EC...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 March 1884

"VrSA """-Sti"'?' ?&&;& "WvSf. -pip ' ss "3tT,rjw 2rww A .f- :- r- ' ---? j - -j. A - tit tf i" - - 7 T THE NATIONAL THIBOTE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MARCH' 6, 1884. DOINGS OF COMGRESS. I. The fexican Veterans' Pension Bill Passes the House. In tie Senate, on Wednesday, tlio 27th nit, McTan Wvck Neb.) offered lhc following xtjsolulion, which, after a brisk debate, was re ferred to tbc Committee on Post-Oflices and Post-Eoads: ResolveeL, TlintfheCoruinittceon Posl-Officcsand Post-Itoad be directed to inquire whether at any time the Western Union and Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph Companies, or any officers or employees of said companies, have cutcrcd upon a contractor negotiation for the purpose of consolidating said companies or making combination for any pur pose. The Honsc bill repealing the test oath was taken up ud passed after being modified by an amendment proposed by the Senate Judiciary Committee, providing that no person who held a commission in the United Sta...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 March 1884

V t S 5?-"' S-tt-Xr, ! i " lv"f - ,v,-,-, . 6 f. Si ''fyTr &WvlSffli$m!lm -:Mi . .-Kri ;--3r -v" -.-.-v nsgfevnt' i Tm " . ' . tiTs. rj -i '-? tjvs&sx: f vtt - '- : 'w-wis p jjK,r-5nfttiSf...i;jis- r -if b's&ii?iZiti,'z?x:"'r - - . THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHING-JO D. 0., THUBSDAT, MARCH 6, 1884. ; THE GRAND ARMY. Mgnaiaon of SurgeoinGeiicral Ames. . 7k Pension Cumimtlcc Meeting." sncfrul Cvrre--pon dense Nlionnl Tribune PimjutKunnA, 31arch 4. OMwadc Azel Ames, of Bosiou. Mass., Sur geon ,j- r.d o! the Grtusd Army ofih Bepub-jic,1ia-. u-ud'ted hie resignation of tliat position and ;t i- :i 'v in the bauds of tlis Gonnasudcr lU'C v'i. 'Hie question of filling the vacancy thU" tTU"l -nrni he If id before the National Coin, i tf Ad.niaistuai'9U at as curly a date as i fur the'r arlton, ruvliugof Ike pmision csttuuiltec, nn- TI. iiotitu ! t tjc held a couple of weeks ago. was jol;i' - ' swctHiitf. ol previous engagements of sw . the members. It will lie hold on Thnr-ua- lust,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 March 1884

THE NATIONAL TEIBTJNE: WASHINMoN, D. CL, THUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1884, . ' J ' " ' l:U Jl - ' ' ' rT '5 FIGHTING THEIj OVER, Wiial Oar Yeterans Have to Say About Their Old namjjafens. Iho Baxter Springs Xa&wrc !To tlie Editor National Tjiibub: A.1 the time of which I write, Barter Springs was an ouipost.on the old military road leading from Foil Scott, Kan., to Fore Gibson, Indian Territory, and situated about slsly miles south of Fort'Scott. At intervals during tho -war troqps wore stationed there as a protection to wagon trains going to and from the above places. In July, 3863, ray company was ordered there, with Lieutenant John Criics in com inaud, liuing the only troops there up to Octo ber 4th of that year, when we were re-enforced "by company C of my regiment, under command of Captain James Pond, and company A, 2d Kansas colored infantry, in command of Lieu- tenant Cooke, the latter companies being ordered there on account of Quantrell being stall ii Missouri 'with Knmo.Oiinr n...

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