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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 March 1884

--1 fc $s&yjS: j'.'-r, i- .jr--.,. --v - " I THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: -WASHINGTON ,B. C, THUESDAY,' MARCH 6, 188J-. W - .-- - ,tAr&m rg-wfS-n -,?;, vr; - . -.-,'.t5' ;ri vy '' SAYING THE NATION. Continued from 1st 2agz. Hm river to save themselves from being scalded. wr sctlliis the Varuua. The sailors leap Jbew the deck into the rushing stream, to bo jfcfcrcd up "by the hoats of tho Oneida. The- Mississippi poured a broadside into Jackson, another into St. Philip. The Manas K comes down ivith a rush upon her, crushing nlwlcJn her hull below the water-lino and disabling her machinery by the shock. But sU. the while her guns arc roaring sending cignthich5oliilfhotintolhe Manassas, riddling Iwr iron plat.es, netting her on fire. The Kntahdiu puts ou all steam, runs close mh$rSt. Philip, and twurs her fire into the irou-clnd Louisiana. The Kinco runs close up i ifc Phi'jii. jinii Uiftii -smidsfioiiil shot at the fcr: - - -.,.- Itroams. The Wissahieikoii unfortunately runs in tho -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 March 1884

-ite'.'fT:,; "T "5s" "."-. -Cw' - . -p J?5r k-tSrr - .. .f.t -. - - :-.. .Jlfev J '3vCj'k ' aVI HJV .Jt. "tf aw fiw torn wtw tuts torotc fttc tamte, and fo tog wittow itntt 0vi1uitt0 " ESTABLISHED 1877. 2JEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 188: i VOL. IE-NO. 31 -WHOLE NO. 135. jC -5. ' " ' V t. -, ., , ---.- i '0"lTn1't1Tl i VJ " $ GEE- 0. 0. HOWARD'S Personal Reminiscences of tlie War of the .Rebellion. A MffiEEARY BLTJKDER The Prize That Jackson Carried Ofrat Harper's Ferry. FRAUsHKLIN3 ;S MAR OH. The Fight at Burkittsville Twelve Hours Too Late. y Major-Gcneral- 0. 0. Uoicard, U.B.A. icomtmsnxD.. six. moires nESEEVED.1 XVIH continued. Stonewall Jaokson, having good roads, went steaming on to Wiliiainsport and there crossed the Potomac on September lltli. Getting wind of tills General White during the night withdrew his brigado from Martiusburg to Harpar's Ferry, He was none too soon, for Early on the morrow Jaclcsoa encamped just beyond the range of Bolivar Heights...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 March 1884

' &!--,' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHlMfe, D. 0., THURSDAY; MARCH 13, 1884. loci d her confidence. Why, then did, sho rv., c him ? It could only be as ho decided htM..us lie 'ws a Union soldier, and because sho tcared the opposition of her brother, of t !. ie bitter hatredrof -nil Union soldiers he -was wall aware. Witb renewed hope and oon f.deM5, therefore, he sat down ou now Teach ing Iris l-Obin, and wrote the following mauly letter: Plasters Hocsb, Sr. Louis, Mo. Colonel IflAitsKAU. (Tauliswbll, IVciHiw, 51iss Ptak Srn : That i the Juttor of n soldior to a sol dier Wny inol safely uiut that this will seourtf 'it .. 1 1orf respectful onadcraUon ? It has 'een my Moaned good fortune to know and lo lev', your tester and ward. Miss Gtmovieve GnuldwoH. "it has been mine lo beliove Jind to have strong terhou to believe tliat my most oe- i voted ami Jionomble love was reciprocated by lsr. Butwhvn. in fall confidence of a successful suit, 1 dcdlariHl my devotion and axkod the honor of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 March 1884

- "p fng OLD MR. BINNE-Y. In iScaich of a HousekccpcrIIe Finds a Wife. All iheir friends had said, when Mrs. Binney aied,Now, whata good thing it would ho if old Mr. Binney would but marry Miss Bright! " Miss Bright had not hoeii without her troubles, and very hard ones they had been, loo, lmt she bore thrin with a brave heart, and carried a smiling face, and had a thauklul spirit within her. striving always to remember her blessings, and how much they outnumbered any evils fehe was called upon to bear. Indeed, to listen to MibS Bright's showing, you would havfi counted her as one of the luck iest persons ever born. She had had the kind est of friends, the most comfortable of situa tions, and fie girls, she had taught were endowed with an amiability of disposition which made it a positive pleasure to be with thorn. The only accusation she could bring nninst thorn was that they were all in such a iwritile tarry to grow up and get married, and tlion Miss Bright's occupation would be g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 March 1884

KT9PS sH&s-j$ -i0m:: '"SZfi-'iJ'l'i- &' &- vf C . - - leVr c mS RATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINaiMD. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1881 00vP0h4 Tee Tribune mom (Established 1877.) r'TOOARFrCB:.VWH0 HASDOnNC TKC EmiX, AND FOB wis wi&ow asd orphans."- Abraham Lwoouh. "THE VAUWTY Of THE PJKHJC DEBT CF THC UNITED ETATM, MfTHOHtZED BY LAW, INCLUDING CCBTS INCtlRRCD FOH PAYMENT OT PEMttONS AND OOWT4C8 FOR SERVICES IM SUP PKCES;nD IMSytWECll! OR ItEfiCUION, SHWA MOT DC OUC8- TioNCO.,Sec , Art. XIV, Oownwiwoof the United States. ' i cowubcr it the ablest paper devoted to the ikter" ters Of T60tBHIJ8MHNTMCCOOKTBV. I EAWKSSTLV COUUfcKS IT TO AU. OOMfWHW OF THE ORDER." Paw. VADERoorr, CoHhnacBh-CfMF( G. A. n. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One SIX IMOSlIll. CTicrf"r ADVAtwt. '' TEUE8 UT iv DRfT ou '.'v AS ' F" - Dollar per Year. " . ,& cent. No SHlfrlpUon for a I-sh ji.ai.iwd rccHred. " C- SU66C: FT.OU - tHVAtWkStY OAftM JN r-jmnmxo i-r ',Yi:t than w wow- v TCCTAt M0TLS TOTM. Mt'fcer OBDt. OH CftK W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 March 1884

.-iV 4-rJtf THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGT)$,r D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1884. lsS DOINGS OF CONGRESS. A Dull WeekThe Laskcr Rcsolu tioas Forfeited land Grants. In the Senate, on Wednesday, tho 5th inst., tlio chair laid boforo tlio Sonato tho Fill ex- j tending tho limits of tho Yellowstone Tark, and after dolrate, which was participated in "by Messrs. Vest, Iugalis, Dawes, McMillan and Harrison, the bill was passed. The Senate tben took up and, with but slight debate, passed the bill authorizing the Postraaetor-Goneral to lease buildings for post offices of tiha first, second and third'classcs at reasonable rates, for terms not to exceed ten ycfra. THURSDAY'S rBOCEEDINC.S. In the Senate, on Thursday, Llr. Masey Tsx.j. ftora tho OommfUo on Post-Offices and Post-Eond, TOported a bill .fixing tlierateon transient n&wsnapBrs at ono cent for four ouncos, t4o ipreswii rate being one cent for two ounces. Homo Mil Mrtking appropriation of $3,100 to supply defidences in the amounts re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 March 1884

P J, - v ? : iiv VkV-rTtt.." -- -., ' 6 THE tfAHOJSAL TRIBUM: WASfflNaTiB, D. 0., THU11SDAY, MARCH 13, 1884. ' t &, i- THE GRAND ARMY, Emulation Badges A P6sl Projected in Japan BDpartinenl News. Special CotrcBpondonacXCational Tribune TmiJiT2J.vm., March 11. Among the- tloras inoludod in the contract for supines awarded by the National Council of Administration wrc electrotypes of the Grand Aray badge in three siaes No. 1 being the fail gizear tlie regulation badge; No. 2, reducod in biza one-4bird, nd No. 3, reduced tooiie-lmlf the fall sizo. io umity dlSbreut styles havebc'.m sed far Graad Army printing, such as 1 otter -Heads, envelopes, Ac, aud some of them arc tieh caricaturec of what they arc intended lo represent, that attention was called to the matter sonic time ago In General Orders, which had a ? ood effect Fr the take of com parison, I send you thee!-' trotjpc No. 1, show ing the refills t;on badge at lull size. It as hoped that all who are -using any of the old Btg...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 March 1884

M-sr-i r;-I.yr , -""sr' 2fc-t . I THE NATIONAL TEIBtJHE: WASHIN$Tr, D. 0.r TStlliY, MAKGBTI3, 1884. aras.'T:.SLy rt" "7 .--.. FK3JTING THEJJ OVER 9 What Oar Yoterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. Tho Gist Sew Tor at Talr Oaks. To tbe3Mitor K&xxonax. Tbibgne: General Howard is now as sensible In tisio of peace, and while -writing liis recollections of tuc Avar, as lie was brave and efficient in. the fiolfl twenty-two years ago. He does not assume that his memory serves liim with per fect accuracy, and that what ho records is free from error, and he generously invites any ,-who wore with him to snggest tha needi$. ayrtouuniontsto mate his history conform as closely as is possible to the facts. TJie general says that after he was wounded at Fair Oaks he was assisted to the rear by Captain Mclntyre, of the 61st New York vol unteers. In this he w mistaken, and, as any one in the 1st brigade of Eicbardson's division -would liavo considered it a high priviledge to havo given a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 March 1884

- s-a. - 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE:.0 WASHINGTONRD. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 188. ssr tar. 0. 0. HOWARD'S REIflNISGENCES. Continued from 1st pag& wnA, jnade tip of ionrfcecn "K-lrite men and live negroes, marched into Harper's Ferry. Tknt night they conqacred the town and seized the armory, stopped the railway trains, ct the telegraph wires, captured citizens, and at once began, as Brown believed, their des tined work the liberation of the slaves. Ilobert E. Leo and J. E. B. Stuart were onr national ntreuls who -were sent with a detach ment of United States troops against Brown. They fought him at the engine bouse. JIo struggled hard. He was badly wounded, being 3a1t in several places. Tight of his men, tjWO of them "being Jiis own sons, were killed, six more were talion, and the remainder got away. His strongest oncniy, Governor "Wise, used remarkable language with regard to this strange man, who dared to look him squarely IiTt lie face and tell him abstract truths: "He is cool, co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 March 1884

una , wiBK.5BW vciksul Hvnnninu: jilism u .wiiMSVASiss;s'Twji i,BW:" - " '' Mfatti " mc fw Irtm wtttf to trotne flto fcirttte, nfl Arc lite vMm Kttit jtrtiiTtHn " -,-, -.,--,. -,- - w. ESTABLISHED 1877 -NEW GEE 0. 0.-H S Personal .IsmlnisGenGes of the War of the Rebellion. AT SOTiTH WOWSTAm. Hills Dispositions,, and TJiaffon Plan of Attack. the WHR GEf. PuHSnO EELIi. Hooker's Staooessful Assault--Meade Gains the Day. I& Xijr-Gmma 0. 0. JTowerS, U. & A. IcorviuonauB. Ato. rasKTs KasraivHal XDL Oar.corps theoiaSfl was not engaged ac tivoly in the tiaCSle at Tumor's Gap. The morning of fiie IBih. of September, 1SC2, at da'., we ware set in motion westward, through Hiddlciown, Mi., to ibllow Burnside's com mand cv. the mountains. Sedgwick's division of our troops ascendod the mountains by the first thoroughfare to the left of the main na tional) Toad, mid halted when wc overtook Burnside a Jifcdo short of tii crest of the mouttratu, near the battle-ground of Pleasoa- ton, Bene a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 March 1884

TVtsKJf THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY1, jvlAKUE 20, 188i. ss Vv,r -hr J UScb. nnfl lie " Captain Adams who was fond, of thov si j d.t s fir4 intended to havo gone alone 1 tomak'" tae examination, but Jt had been at Inst dwioi-d to make tho visit one of pleasure ateo And so the young ladies and Major Dhny had been invited to go with them. A tout, provisions Sot "camp," and other con veiiiouts had already been sent forward, and on Tuesday morning the doctor, with Irisap jiliancos -uiicrosoapo, hauimar, &c, and the -vouuf todies including AutHO with Bkatch Inp vihk-' ials, blank books for pressing and pr-T ine botanical speeuueas, field-glass, &c, Sa.ru t Captain Adams and the major at tine ti. iu, and ail were oft' for a tiireo days' o& iiifn. lA-irv mile of the route -was interesting to ihc vwung ladies, who had never been down the iron Mountain road, They admired the -weli-kept grounds at Jeiferson Barracks, but aiOUi..it they lookud Anything but warl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 March 1884

sSSWggpp ff '?" j?l--,i!i-u Air L? .XaS5."- "&'-r.i TiTi-1" - v -- ) .THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1884. INGLE BEN'S ROMANCE A Touching Lofg Story of Fifty Years Igo. "IIcv Iciwrbeon in love?" repealed Uncle Jim, with Ji!s thin laugh; "what a question tka; 'ar is t ask such a dried up old beau-stalk as I be. Howsomever," lie added, in a more serious tone, "enrusss you may thhik it is, I liev biu just. ii that fix, precisely. I aiu't ne r fiM the story much, 'cause, although it's mor . fifty years since it happened, fur a long spi'l 1 couldn't eveu thiuk ou't without a feclm' rilod up. and a fiudin' fault with Provi de ucc. which ain't the right way, boys, to git rid of a sore heart. But now it's different, and if yer a mind, m tell you the h;:ll story," "U c wows, of course, unanimous in favor of htaihi'ilt. all, afore I beg-ii," said TJuclc Ben, " Til show j e lihis wctor.' Drav, ;ig from his inner vest pocket a worn auorofoocaoclnj opwied it, di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 March 1884

wwwfrn THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1834. The Itiom -Tribune. (Established 1877.) c . To cart cor hik who ms oornc the catoe, and fob f IB WKXW MiU ORPHANS." AlJRAhAM LlH0O!.K. "THC iVAUWTY OF THE PUBUC BEBT OF THE UNITED States, .AUTH&psce bv iaw, inciudins suits incurred for TAYMDNT OF PCMN0N6 AMJ BDUKTtSS FOR SETIWSES IN SUP- rfitasws nwoaiieenoN or e6ujoh. HAtv not be cubs homeb." tec 4, Art. XIV, CtwrPTtmoN of the United &TATBS. "i aoumn t thc abust 6ct kvotot to the inter- I8Te OF T"t bfaitR PWWJWHEOW THE COUTY. 1 SMtNESTLY omtow !t to au. comhaoc of the ohder." Paul VahDeAvoort, CoummatK-ttt-Ctmsf, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One tsix mo.''!-, Dollar 15 cOTitw. per "Year. Ko subserjSi fjr a lea, period received. WTf'S OF SUBSvr IFTION ttvMWAlY CMH n AOvancc Mcr tv ronwM9cs GTHrfcwisE than fr ce- TtREB fTf.t POFTM. CU fOSTAi. aOWCV OR9BR, OB DRAT O'. N ark, WILL 6E AT THE IW6K OF THE SCNSCR, A6 AlSO 'i ' O-rtt-TlOWF '"' TO ACS.T- WHLSE VA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 March 1884

iW Sh$Nhfatt??J0& tr. 3 STT. 1 r THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THTJ11SDAY, MARCH 20, 1884. DOINGS OF CONGRESS. The Filz-Jolm Porter Bill Passed Senator Hoar's Resolution. In the Senate, on Wednesday, the 12th iiwfc., Mr. Jaokson (Town.) submitted a joint resoJu tion providing for the submission to the States or a constitutional amendment mating the Presidential term sis years, and makiug the rresidttiit ineligible to re-election. It was re ferred to l3ie Oommifctee on tlie Judiciary. On motiou of Mr. Miller OsT. Y.) the Senate took up for consideration tlie House plenro piioctuiotria bill. Mr. Goko spelce strongly against the pleuro pneumonia bill in its present shape, us it in cluded all oommunicalde diseases -whatever, which, he said, would place all thq entitle south of VatgiitU at the mercy of the Commissioner of Agriculture. At 2 o'clock the iouro-pnonmonia bill went ovor, and the Senate took up the bill for the roliaf f EJT&Jofen Perler. The hill was reortod...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 March 1884

-,J3 XL i- d5 THE NAHONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1834. 4- ;L Q THE GRAND ARMY, XJic rension uoinramec s Kceommemia- rn t r i,. T ... i 1 Itr-nn n Tinetih'c Trill I ixmiwt utu. imam o xuu. Special Gorroeioiidonce National Tribune. Pim-ADELPinA, March 13. Tho p.ist weok lias bean a very quiet one iu Graad Army circles flue in a gruet measure lo the abaeuce oftlic Commander-in-Chief during the whole of that iKJriod. While away General Bcath made no official visits, his trip being puroly a business oue, but ho met many old friends and formed a number of new and pleas ant acquaintance. On Tuesday night ho at tended a lecture, delivered at Eochester, N. Y., by Department Chaplain Gunning, tho subject of which was "The Piping Times of Poaca." After the close of the le&are, General Beath caid a few words of cheer t the large and icnee of comrades and thetT friends. On Wednesday he was in Buffalo, where 3ie received many fra ternal visH and accepted an invitation...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 March 1884

mmW THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHDTGT03J, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 18Si. -4- . FIGHTING THElj OVER Wliat Oar Veterans Have to Say About Tlioir Old Oamijaigns. The SOilt Pennsylvania at Gettysburg. To the Editor Kathonal Tbibune: My attention lias boon directed on a nuxnuar of oocasious io articles in your very iutoroet iug journal upon the subject of the opening fire iatiiibe battle of Gettysburg. The interest in the jaatter appears to increase as years xoll onward, owing, no doubt, largoly to the now uaSvorsaliy conceded fact that it was upon iiha Held of Gettysburg that tho crisis of re slsteiuce k passed, and the supremacy of the Union arrevskably cstabliuhod. The oxedit ,an& tJlio honor of the opening of the battle has heau oiafmod by members of all fhe different arms-of the service each for his own particu 3ar ana; and well may each covet tho honor, ,fr'aljtiie upon which hinged issues so mo mauious as those which presented themselves on that field will scarce repeat itself ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 March 1884

Spp flap ewjjso? V THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 188. 8 5?7VW11 PO. HOWARD'S REMISCENCES. Continucd from 1st jjbjc. embracing crests were enfiladed, and upon tho SntaruU Valloy itself there was a plnnging fire, mi taat as soon as tlic Sazumit Peak "was reached the battle itself was gained. General Meade's division secured this point of the mountain, wbile Hatch was lighting his way forward, a little further to Oiis loft, in the forest. Hatch lacing very hard pressed, General Hooker sent liira Chrihtian's brigade of llicketts' division, J and finally brought up HartsufT's men to thicken the line and render the victory more complete. General Hatch was severely wounded dur ing the ongageuvont. Colonel Walter Phelps, of the 291 New York.pnys him atlolicate com pliment: "The brigade f which the colonel then commanded j, onconragcd by his General Hatch's valor and inspiriting orders, moved forward with unbroken frout, and the engage ment became general throu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 March 1884

r "&ff ww for ttim wlw foag towns te !mttf,7rofl fox W widiovj an A orpfmns ." 3 ESTABLISHED 1S77.-STEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1884 VOL. HI-NO. 3 -WHOLE NO. 137. GEH'L 0. 0. HOWARD'S Personal Reminiscences of tlft War of the Rebellion. riBIiD OF ANTIETAM. Good Plain Hard Fighting, "but Questionable Tactics. THE PLAIT OE ATTACK Hooker's Assault Mansfield's Timely Arrival. By Maor-Qmcral 0. 0. Bfoicard, U.S. A. Icoi'vnicraniD. au. osigiits jujsehted.1 XX. OurfwocolunHiSjpassingfhronghCrampton's Pass and Turner's Gap, debauched into Uic Taller, tlie one at Rohrersville and tho other at Boonsboro'. Tho portion below, embracing Franklin's and McLaw's operations, is called Pleasant Valley, while that above is named from, the small rivor the Antietam which, passing near Hagerstown, Fonkstown, and a little cast of Sharpsburg, enters the Potomac a few miles below. The course of this stix-am, though fullof short crooks, is aliaostduc south. The battlefield of Antie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 March 1884

B?5W?w!PIw - s "J C THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 188fc 2 discussing somo of the events which had oc curred fluting the war for the Uniou, an elderly geiilleuian.atnnng others who wore present on the vcraufla, gave them very marked atten tion He sat with Tils broad-brimmed hat on, smoking a long-steramed pipe. His age was perhaps sixty years, though be was still active and vigorous. Tl:e doctor and the cap tain know fro.fi his whole appearance that ho was a wll-io-do farmer and a former slave-State man. At a. favorable opportunity, when it did. not seem like intrusion, he said: 'Ju two gint Somen git along mighty smooth in your talk, bcin' on opposite sides hi lbewa3lt;oit?" "Oh, no,' repliod Captain Adams, not unwill ing to have some tailk with the m:tu;- " we were lioth on the same side. But he was a surgeon, end-atteudod the wounded of both sides alike, and he's a kind of neutral. He thinks both sides were right, (in their own honest opinion,) and r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 March 1884

?l 5 - - T' c THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON,, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1884. A TjLE IN 4 LETTERS, Six of One and Half a Dozen of ike Oilier. - tTHTKIi THE FIRST. New York, August , 18S-. MY-Dear Sam : When you receive this vol uminous opistle-yoa "vvill, with thepracticud eye of a man of business, glance over it to catch its gist, and when you do I thank,, my fctars that half the length of the Erie Railroad sep arates us, and I confess that the thought of your written -answer oven makes my blood curdle with terror. However, I have done nothing to he ashamed of, and I am not going to begin by apologizing for it, Why 1 shouldn't do what you and other friends of mine have done I can't sec, and the fact that I have waited until the first flush of youth hnspsed (you remember I am thirty two) is ail the more creditable to inc. Well, to come to Ihepoiut (confound it! why don't they have a printed form like tbat used iu the next step in the proceeding?), 1 write to announce my engageme...

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