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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 March 1884

Z."??Ld3 sT THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASfflNGSTQf, D. C, THURSDAY, MARCH- 27, 183. rWWB The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) TOCARE TOR HIM WHO HAS DORNE THE CATTLE, AND FOB UK VWOOW AHO ORPHANS." ABRAHAM LINCOLN. "THE VAUDITY OF THE PUOUC DEBT OF THE UNITED ETATES, AUTHORCED OY LAW, INCLUDING OCCTS INCURRED FOR PAYMENT OF PEMSJONS AND COUNTIES FOR SERVICES IN SUP PRESSING INSURRECTION OR RBOCUION, SHALL NOT BE QUES TIONED." SCC. , Art. XIV, Constitution of the United tates. i considsr it the ablest paper devoted to the inter rrrs of the soldier published in the country. I earnestly commend it to all 00krad88 of the or8er." Paul VanOervoowt, Cewv-U'DesiH-Cmcr, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per "Year. Six months, 75 cents. 3so subscription for a Ibss pofclod roociivod. -CiTTEftMS Of SUBSCRIPTION UfAABLY cash in ADVANOg. "MONOT FOfiWAHDBD OTMtlWVE THAN BY RECtS TERED tXTTER, POSTAL NOTES, POSTAL MOWCY ORDER, OR draft on Hew York, vmi w at the bwk cf the cendcr, AS ALSO AU. S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 March 1884

J J' ?y: - ?-.'-" -' ' fr . "-, THE NATIONAL TRIFUOTI: WASHINGSDOl, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1884. gf5 DOINGS OF CONGRESS. Tlie Lasta Resolutions Disposed of The Pension Appropriation Bill. In the Senate on Wednesday, the 19th inst, ilr. Harrison (Ind.), from the Committee on Indian Affairs, reported adversely on tbe prop osition to establish a military academy west of tbe Mississippi for the training of Indian youth as soldiers, tc Mr. Miller (CaL), from the Committee on Foreign Eolations, reported an original bill providing for an inspection of meats for expor tation, and prohibiting the importation of adulterated articles of food and dnuk, and authorizing the President to make proclama tion in certain cases and for other purposes. Among the hills introduced was ouo by Mr. Hoar (Mass.) authorizing the judges of the United States Supreme Oourt to employ secre taries. Mr. Honr called up the hill introduced by him and reported favorably from the Commit tee ou tlie Judiciary, fixing...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 March 1884

o-b? THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1884. THE GRAND ARMY. General Bcalli's Latest Order News From the Departments. facial Correspondence ICatibnal Tribune Fnir.ADEPiiA, March 25. The following order has just been sent out, end is the only matter of interest tbat has transpired at Grand Army Headquarters sinco iny last letter: HEAUscurnuis, Guato) Abmy op toe Uetdblic, Kp. lt dieuuiut street, lMllJ-3U-U, Idarch 20, 18SL General Orders, No. is.) J. The following appointments as Alds-de-Carap on the tiHil ol tlit: Commauder-m-Chiel arc hereby aiisn-utitvd : Lyman A. Vi-on, Tcompsouvillc, Conn. ; John C. Nichols, Kcw Loudon, Conn.; Tiiomah J. Gill, HnrttorU. Coirn.; E. H. Edmond, buuih Norlk, Conn.; Chas. K-Hcrrick, Chicago, Hi.; AWlLlio-c, Chicago, HI.; Samuel B. Jones, Omaha, Neb.; J. S. France, Omaha. Neb.; B. F. Rinalt. HahtJiigs. Nb.; . S. Bauuall, Fairfield, Jveb.; iv. S. Pbt, Hebron, Neb.; Chas. A. Holmes, Teeutnwh. Neb.; Geoige V. Ii. Dorsey, Fremon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 March 1884

-i ay fri&v. gfe'V-?- .. - ?.-..- .NSt.. - j:-5. -a "' t w ' vr - $- p THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, p. 0., THTJESDAY, MARCH 27, 1884. fr FlGifTING .THEBf OYER WM Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. The Last Battle or tho War. To the Editor Xatioxtai. Tbusunj: 3Iy attention has been called to,your Issnc of iSoptembur 13, 1SS3, containing an article from Ulr. A. P. Carr, in regard to the last batfic of the war. The histories of the war and the records of the War Department will, prove that Air. Carr even denies the commander of his own regiment, for his lieutenant-colonel who was afterwards court-martialed for cow ardice), and not the gallant Major Haddington, -was in command of the 34th Indiana that day. Neither the Slst nor the Kith U.S. CI. nor any part of them wore in the last battle ef tho war. The last lighting in that battle was done on the strip of beach between the mouth of the Eio Graude Bivur and the Boca-Chica Pass, within three miles of the shippi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 March 1884

" T ;t hji .j -nir &fvCst T!rS5 wAsJ f w . . ;isafe, "-- T"f2? " - THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1884, WKfSfafrTT'TB?'7 7' "sesasss "S'wssiwssigppaffi w -;; NiMfJi ' -- "-" j" " - m" -t vv &&tri I s af, fl. 0. HOWARD'S BEMINISCEKGES. 4j vision, apd Colonel Douglas? commanding X&Wtou's "brigade, were killccj. General Law ton, commanding EweH's division, and Colonel "Walker, commanding a brigade, were severely wounded. More tlian half of the brigades of XaiM'lon and Hays wero either tilled or wound ed, arul more than a third of Trimble's, and all the -regimental commanders In these brigades xcejt two were killed or wounded." Some idea of the severity of the contest on the riiit may be gathered by taking Gibbon's account for a sample. Lieutenant -Colonel Bragg (Gth Wisconsin), and Lieutenant-Colonel Allen (2d Wisconsin), were badly wounded and . carried to the rear. Lioutenant-Colonel Uaeh knnu, in command of the 19th Indiana, was mortally-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 3 April 1884

?yf j?k? " or jcm fry Wm v!t0 te fomw ifo Irattte, anil ft Wis widow & unrtw " ESTABLISHED 1877 -NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1884. YOL. LU-NO. 34 -WHOLE NO. 138. BFattottai GEFL 0. 0. HOWARffS Persoaal Reminiscences of the War of the Rebellion. AT BAY AT ANTLETAM. MeCJdUaris "Vigorous Attacks iTJipon Lee's Short Line. TAKING- THE BRIDGE. Bjarnside's Charge The Con federates Abandon the Field. By Major-Gmoral 0. 0. JTomrd, U.&A. XX emttimuoil. While we were pcejrittg for onr advance, Lee was ! imatwritig lines to wa&h ns. "Without waiting for French's dhieioa, -which was not near hs, ur for Bidbiwdian's, which had twt yet stauiw! fm tho bivouac vrltto an cxtsfterffamry oowMeuee in a eoluma of bri gades, id owiag nothing for flanks," the in domilaMe Sftntuer, with Lis white hair stream ing in Site vrimiL, $ni himself near the leading brigsflewHl osnlerdd the advance. Wo broke tkrotjt Hbe oera-fleld, we charged over the ojw -Sgtacc au across the turnpi...

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

,r ft. Vrtvr "& ? - " --1 " THE NATIONAL .TRIBUNE: WASHTTQN, D. 0., THURSDAY, APEIL 3, 188J-. 2 ,-?psw:f5v f -; - irw x iK three wooden k'ooIs. pots and pans, noma cheap day crockery, entire Inventory. There were also a few old tinwaie, and somo That was almost tho Inside tins sat the muii child before whore a few wore hoiLnc, "poor wmto man's" tcshicuco himself nursing a two-year-old the Are and watching the pot "a-oasting-cars" of Indian corn About rtic door three other cadaverous-lueking children were playing in tho dirt,, half nuked, and apparently lialf Ptarved. Tin- Utile one in-flie ma'a lap -was pale and as thin aiMinet ks a skeleton. When t4ie doctor asked him for a drink of water the man looked toward an old bucket' containing gourd, and, nodding his head In. lht lir-t i.m, said : Ov. titar. s-rranger." The do i t, after ho and the captain had tahw a n;; Jrou the KHird,said: " Yonr K.by is tick., I see.3' - "Its. hd iV Billy lrin sick all summer, and don't git no bette...

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

- -?n . - "S , t , 11 ii-!t.S ..- j .s.r v. .V ,rJ-fV "C - &&!. iju 4 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTeN, D. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1834. K7 STORY OF SIX HOURS Bo First Officers Thrilling Narrative Of An Inckieiii at Sea. Jly Dartd KcrJ Shipwrecked, eh? Well, no, rvoucver been chipw recked yet; hut I was once a good deal iicarr it than I ever want to be aeai:i: aud if :i iilmi's hair can torn gray in a single night, as j son- tolks ssyit can, tliat night worn ought to li-w Tin ncd mine us gray as a badger. j it was my fourth voyage, and woverchome Yi.ud ixiund, fram Bombay to Southampton, t uJj a full number of passengers. 1 was only r. ; u'i';srr tiien, and, like all young hands, I'd a u at longing ior a taste of " the perils of the t a," and all tlict sort of thing. .But when 1 u.u get a tasto of thorn, as you'll see presently, I t'-ttln't like ':u quite so well as J espscted. e ere tevewd flays out frdm Bombay, and it ikight bo aloat two hundred and fifty miles iro.n the isl...

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

3EE5wP$5P THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHING-TOM, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1884. The Rational Tribune. (Established 1877.) TO CAHE TOR HIM WHO HAS DORNE THE GATTIX, AND FOR I8 WIDOW AKO ORPHANS." AunAHAM LINCOLN. ThC VALIDITY OF THE PtflUC DEBT OF THE UNITED CtATES, AUTHMNTEO 0 LAW, INCLUDING DEBTS INCURRED FOB rAVMEMT or PEtWONS AND BOUNTIES FOR SERVICES JN SUP PRESSING iHsuRnecnN or RcnxuiON, small not cc ques tioned." Sec , Art. XIV, Constitution or the United States. ' I CONS4&CR it theadleet paper devoted to the inter- CETS OF THtOUNEfleUSUSrtBDINTHECOUNTHY. I EARNESTLY commend it to all oomraoes of the order." Paul VanDekvoOrt, CftuuANccRifc'CMicr, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. Six months, To cants. 'o subscription Tor a ltes poiioil reouivud. .CiTTEtwaS OF SWBSCuPTKRmAmm cash in ADVANCC. " MOMt) KMtMAKDEt) OTHFffwnC THAN by heos TCRE8 4XTICT, 0T. NOTES, fO&TAL 140NEV O0e. OB DR' (T OH KOH VOUk. WtU. E AT Ttt RKK OF TH EW06K, AE Al BO ALL 6 OSCJWTKMM PAW ...

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

J--:3S9S JCf JSCS,'- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1884. 5 DOINGS OF CONGRESS, TIid Bonded Wliislcy Extension Bill Killed In the House. In tlie Senate, on Wednesday, tlio 2Gth nit., the bill reported from the Committee on Indian Affairs providing for the allotment of lands in severalty to Indians on tlie various reserva tions and to oxlcnd tho protection of the laws of tbc States and Territories over the Indians, was tukon up, nud, after being slightly amended, parsed. Tho debate on Mr. Blair's educational bill -was then resumed. Mr. IJutlor (N. C) opposed the bill, and prdioo1 that if it passed ten yeans would, not roll round before the" school evstem of the Stoics would bo in the hands of tlie national Government. Mr. Jiutler pre ferred to trust totfao pluck, endurance, man hood, courage, and humanity of the people of his State to do justice by all men. white and black, tlinii to accept aid from the Federal Govornmoet. Tlie joint resolution reappropri...

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

1 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THU11SDAY, APRIL 3, 1884 THE GRAND ARMY, General Beallrs Chicago Trip News From the DcpaTlmonts. Special Correspondence Nntional Tribune. Philadelphia. April 1. Burins: a husinass trip froin which Conmian.-dcr-iM-Ohiof Bcalh has just returned, he spent a coupleof daysin Chicago, anil, while thcrer.pcnt two vory plvasaiit evenings with the comrades of that city, who could not let his visit pass without extending to him :i hearty welcome. Oh Thursday night a large nnmber of renrc snative comrades met at the Grand Pacific H'Ct!, where ths General was et-jpping, and niter staking hands all around, adjourned to the rial rooai, where General Death made a stirring speech, reviewing the Order since its oivsniwdiott, explaining fhesecret of thesuccess ol Eastern Pasts, and usakiugsomc practical sug gestions lo the 1 'rats of the West. He said 1 hat the Order now has a membership of 220,000 and is increasing at a rata unprecedented, o-p"ciktly in the...

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

-4 j- -SSS5J F1GIJTTNG THEfcJ OYER What Our Veterans' Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. Tiie 1st Xew Toik ArUHoiy at Fair Oaks. To the Editor National Teuton: In yoor JMtpor of Fobruary 7th, E. It. Still xnan, of tike SSth Now York, in his account of that roginiont ia tho battle of Pair Oaks, does great iejuirtioe to Lattery A, 1st 2Tev York light artillery. ItwillboTomoaih&rodthat Casey's division occupied an untenable position; that ho had bat 6,000 men for duty, and that ho was at tacked by a force of nearly 25,000. When the enemy pat in an appearance in the woods and slashing in our front, we opened with case shot and shell, and our gunners very soon getting the range, wo poured, into their ranks those deadly missiles by the wholesale. They were Boon in tiie open field, and then the ordercame for canister which, it will he understood, is a can containing tvronty-sevea hails, varying in siz&aaoording to the caliber of tho gun). Gen. Casey was in the redoubt at ouc ti...

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

WppPf KSSf? i THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1884. &$T'- m. 0. 0. HOWAED'S REMINISCENCES, Continued from 1st page wjd probably deployed his columns to retali ate. So this assault failed. SUCCESS AT LAST. Next, Cox tried Sturges1 division. The Gth Kcw Hampshire and iiho 2d Maryland were each put into column. They charged, hut found the terrible fire more than they could meet After several futile attempts these regiments, too, gave up the job. The 51st New York ana the 51st Pennsylvania were nest tried. They wore aided by a battery of ours, which, with shells, smoTic, and noise occupied the attention of the troublesome defenders at the timo of the rnsh. At last our men or a part of thorn, for many had fallen were over. Then tho troops of Sturges and Crook crossed ss fust as possible, and, driving Toombs back, formed with speed on the other bank. Hod man, after being misled for awhile by ignorant guides, at last found his ford and came up the right bank...

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

wms&mBy-. J li: UMmJmmmWMWW iMtmta "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1377 -STEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1884. VOL. ni-ffO. 35.-WITOLE lNT0. 139. Jls - Si GEE 0. 0. HOWARD'S Personal Reminiscences of the War of theRehellion. AFTiEHR A2TTIETAM. McClellan Takes Time to Reor ganise His Army. HALLBOK'S IMPATIENCE. A VSsit Fnom President Lincoln. 'Characteristic Anecdotes. By Wqjor-Genoral 0. O. Howard, U. S. A. aim8tnuBD.UL mouxa ice&euved.J XXL My attempt to givo a brief account of the battle of Anrietani lias so taken me back to that extraordinary battlefield, aud so aroused my Tuealtecfciaus and sympathies, that niy mind still lingers in that neighborhood. Sometimes I behold that deep sunken Toad which was takon and retaken, and left the appearance after the battle as if an entire skirmish force, with its reserves, Lad lain down tofiloep a sleep which became the final. And soraotnnes I seem to conic up...

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

TgHfW!EJ ..- 'p. -' -W. C MiPis&-S 3Sss? v- 3W. OJ v& r "" ?t "- - THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C. THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1884. , ,. . .. - . ! - - - - , i . , 2 yiPw mmmi !... i"L j in ! bl wmmmm ''How aro you able to identify, if you do so identify, the present plaintiff in this suit as tlio lady whoin you refer to, and whom this certifi cate of marriage refers to?" "I identify her by many hours' conversa tion with her, in -which sho has recounted to jnc the -whole history of our journey together ftud of our personal" intimacy, -which included many things known only to herself and me. X am certain of her identity." This closed the examination. Tho commis sioner completed tho papers, put the deposition into nn envelope, and faealed it up. Then ho directed it to the clerk of the Circuit Court of the United States at Cincinnati. When he was about to put postage stamps upon it however, Sir. Stone requested that the document be sent by oppress. a that certificate -was too ...

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

! f .. f'r s THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, I). C, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1884. S ;5i?.; t .? ---.-. --. ' , , TERRIBLE REVENGE, An Incident of llie Battle of Solferino. It was on the evo-of tlie battle of Solferino. The French regiments, which had arrived from Milan duriu? tlic day, by long and dusty roads, Tinder a broiling sun, exhausted by fatigue, were encamped on an immense plain", fehut in "by a chain of liilis, on which towered the white Iiouses of the tow n. Lightning, playing among the leaden-coWcu clouds, illumined at intervals with lurid light the battlefield of the morrow. ICulhaig ?lbe lit up the camp. No fires were allowed, as a measure of prudence. AH were not asloon. however. Besides the ouitQ3frs and picket., many in camp were wideawake. Here and there groups of men, lying oo the grass around their tents, con verod in a low tone and diseubscd the probable jSMie of the coining battle. In the middle ol a Bmall group of officers, who talked over tlje chances or the mo...

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

"jfi v,-, "; .. r-eZSg: .. if .i-SL "! -c" THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, "D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1884. The National Tribune. Established 1877.) ' TO CAHF FOH HIM WHO HAS BDRNC THE BATTLE, AND FOB KJS WBOW AND ORPHANS."-ADOAHAM LlKCOLM. The vAuorry of the public debt of the United States, authorized cy law, including debts incurred for payment of pensions aw3 counties for services in sup pressing insurrection or tleqeujon, shall not be cues tioned." Sec 4, Art. XIV, Constitution of the United fcTATES. 1 consiber it the olsst paper devoted to the inter ests of the fio(ldrrolshed in the country. i eart.estly comtieno it to all comrades of the orser." Paul VanDervoort, COfK-ANOCR-lK-CwCF, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. Six months, 7Z conte. Ko subscription for a loss period jTocyivod. TTEIWS OF SUBSCRJPTI INVARIAOLY CASH IN ADVAKCC. ttoHET PORWAHBED OTHCflWISC THAN BY HECIS TERES LTTTBl, POSTAL HOTC3, POSTAL MONEY OROER, OR DRAFT ON ItCV.' YORK, WtLl BE AT THE H...

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

FM: i - ; i,ffvS- '.& $ " r? .J THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1884. DOINGS OF CONGRESS. a The Blair Educational Bill Passes the Senate. In the Senate, on Wednesfiay, tho 2d inst., tuobiil to increase tlie eliicieucy of tho Gen em! Land Oflice was taken up and passed. It adds nnofhci law clerk to the present office, gives the Commissioner $5,000 a year and the Assistant Commissioner 3,000, both officers to bo ap;ointcd by and with the advice aud con sent of tho Senate. It designates as chiefs of divisions the presentchief clerks of tho several di lsions of tho ofiice. Mr Morrill's bill reflating to the improve- rm nt of the coinage was then Udcen up, read a third time and passed without debate. The ! intention of the bill is to authorize the director of the mint to have properly qualified persons investigate the whole subject of the coining of money, with a view to au improvement in the style and character of our coins. The rast of the session was o...

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

Wrrm&?- - - THE NATIONAL 'TEIBUNE: AVASHINGTCM, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1884. THE GRAND ARMY, Wlicn tliG National Encampment Will Meet Department News. Special Correspondence National Tribune. rJHLADEi.rHrA, April 8. TJio National Council of Administration has fixed upon July 23 and 2i :is the dates for the lioldingof tho National Encampment at Min neapolis. Of courso it is impossible nt this early dnlo to give any information as to hotel or railroad rates, "but arrangements are already beinp made to secure a large reduction in both, and when oomplelcd will ho announced in General Orders. During the week just closed orders from the headquarters of tlsc Department of Pennsylva nia have been issued for the muster of Posts Vo. 426, to be located at Eolhvood, Blair county; "V J"J7f at Clhilonville, Venango county, and No. 4y,nt"Wkid Itidge, Greenocounty. TheseuiRke, since the first of the year, twenty-one Posts that have ae-an organized, sonic of which start writh ovor forty comr...

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

Tr -j"' "W. mc C IT" TJ?' Vj-v; V THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHmGjJXHJ, D. 0;, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1884. ??r?"Ei5g?!;- WPP!" FlGFjTlNG 1TB OYER T WJiafrOur Veterans Have to Say About Tiicir Old Campaigns. Con. Grant's Trip Throuj-a Wsste!jpl la '62. Torths Suitor National Tjubune: In andinsvoryour Fighting Them Over" coHunu I fuil to see any flihig from tho con tributors about Gen. Grant's trip down "from Columbus, Troutou, Humboldt, Jackson, and aftorwards JJovemLor 28, 1SG2 his move ment on Holly Springs, and so on down to Tvanls Yiekeburp. While the battles fought by that army in going down through the cnoniy's country and coming back to attend to Van Dora, and For rest did not compare in magnitude with Gettys burg and others, yet the battles, skirmishes, raids and surprises brought out an ability and courage that will compare favorably with the feats of older troops that liavo been written up in this column, while the former have escaped the notice of contributors. JUtttior thau th...

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