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

ft ' ?-&&? -iz.tfpr' r ffl&m& v -a a THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: .WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1884 wfms SAVING THE NATION. Ovni imied from 1st jinc Tnkn slid move towards the rear. There is a . desperate rush from Jackson's brigades and the "Union line gives way. If there were a fresh divisionor a brigade even, at baud, the tide might be stopped; but mjc are near. There are iixty thousand men ipon the southern batik of the river, but Gen eral McCkUan is afraid that ilagruder will jMitke an Attack. Whiting's division, which has been held in reserve by Lee, is ordered up. AH of his des perate charges and onsets have failed. If Whiting fails the battle is lost The Jiegulara and Pennsylvania Eefervesaro worn out. Their ammunition is nearly gone. Porter orders tip his last men. They can have o more support. At this moment, alter they it have held at bav for four hours the great host. ihcy arc called upon to withstand the last grand charge of Jaeksou. A tilling advanc...

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

---- -.,'' "XJrTOr WW-ST 1 i 1" l-" 6. "" " -& "" " . iW " T ntmmti ( Uj'Jif; f ITTT 1 ol 1 1 I I I - o "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." WASHING-TON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1884. ESTABLISHED 1877 -NEW SERIES. VOL. m-NO. 36 -WHOLE NO. UG; r4&5--5 4v -s-' -- r- f " EE 0. 0. HOWARD'S UJli Personal Hemimscences of ths War of Ik Rebellion, OHATMBBRSBTTRG RAID. Lee Takes the Initiative Mc Clellan's Advance. A BRUSH "WITH STUART. Burnside Sncoeeds to the Com mand of Iilie Army. By Mwr-Qwl 0. 0. JTomrd, TJ, S. A. lOOPV MSMtTBD. AU.3tiaHTS HESEKVED. On the Gth of Oclobor, 1SG2, after his return to Washington, President Lincoln directed our army to cross Into "Virginia and give battle to the enemy while the roads iore good. He thought, as lierlwuys had before, that we might move along a Hue cast of the Bine Eidgo, and promised a re-enforcement of 30,000 men pro Tided this he done. The suggestion troubled McClellan, for it disconcerted his ...

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

" THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE:' WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1884. 8 W: "Toll us all about iL, if you please." The captain relates his visit to Captain Ad ams' room with tlio hotel clerk, his finding the plate and talcing an impression from it iu tin ibil, &c. The clork, who is -writing dovru the testimony, stops the captain's vehemence occa sionally, so that he may got &cnvn his words. "What became of thciIalc?" itsks tho.foro anan. 'I left it iu Gapiin Adams' room, just as I found it," " What became of the tia-JQail impression you spoke of? M " I have it here, sir," roplios the captain, as he takes it from his pockotbook and bauds it to the foreman. The hole jury leave their SBets and crowd around the foremen io get a sight of tJie hit of tin-foil. The captain lakes a half-dollar note and a microscope from Ms pocket, hands them to the foreman, and nays: " (."otanaro the lines ou the note with the lines on tho piste : it is a perfect copy." One corner is missing," says a...

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

'2&j?m&.t': .. " w THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1884. ! fr .. ' SIEGE OF KNOXVILLE, Some Ecmiiiiscsiiecs of Burnsido's East Tennessee Campaign. BvChas. T; TTWton, t, Co. E, 51sl A. K "PoIr.J .Astilic lHHc array under Banisifle halted at Lenoirls, iu East Tounassce, orders were issued for stiie troops to uinke IbemsaJves ns coaifort nbls as poaaiWe, now that cold woatTior wns fnat approadring. it being then late in Ootobor, 180. TJo 9Ui corjis. Iiaviug recently passed through the hardships of the Mississippi cava paigji, had returned to Baruside iu Ohio in time to ontcr on the new campaign for the de li vorauce of East Tcnnoce. Jaded and weak ened hv malarious disease, we ascended the lolly cliffs of the Cumberland, forded the thrco largo rivers that lay ju our paliiway auuerossea the bonflor lor ol ivontuciiy inrougu uumuerjanu After a few days more of V lUlUUk Gtin into Tcshossbc. lu.trchlnc. by J he wav of Tazewell and Jaeks- bor', w reached...

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

"- -'- " . i?S3WHBS.J38 S vss. -h.".; - v 'A'---s59swjw,gN'-A- 'ir--v3&--,or,-i - - . The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) TO CAPE FOR HIM WHO MAS DORNC THC BATTLE, AND FOB His woow and orphans." Abraham Lincoln. "Tm validity of thc public ocdt of thc United States, authorized by law, including debts incurred for payment of pensions and soumtics for services in sup pressing insurrection of) rc86u.i0n, shall not dc ques TIONED. "Sec. 4 Art. XIV, Con6titutxn of the United States ' 1 oonctqer it the mk.b8t paper devoted to the inter ESTS Or THCSOLOIENPtHltMHCDtN THECOONTtn'. I EARNESTLY COVUW.31T TO ALL COMRMJS6 OF THDORCCR." Paxil VanDervoort, tDvMKANDtiHij-CHwr, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. Six uioiiIIls, "7u cants. Jfo Mibsoription for a Iimjk jiarioil rocoiveu. JC-TEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Imwauiaoly caem in ADVAWCC. MOME HQBWAReCB THEflWMt THAN BY 8COS TERC9 UTTTCH, POSTAL MOTES, POSTAL MONEY OROER, OR DRAFT OS ftSW YORK, WILL C AT THl W6K OF THE flEITOER, A...

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

4- &r5&r --rymwrn t - ft, , ; - - s -Vt . -r THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: ' WASHEf GON, D. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1884. o DOINGS OF CONGRESS. Progress of the Appropriation Bills Pension Matters. In the Senate, on Wednesday the 9tlx inst, 2Ir. Jlill (Colo.), from lbs Committee on Post Offiaes and Post-Baads, reported favorably an original bill to establish a postal telegraph sys tem. Mr. Hill remarked that the committee wore unanimous as to the first ten sections of the bill, which relate to doing the work by contracts with existing companies, but that a minority of the committee were opposed to the sections rolating to the construction or pur chase of lines by the Government. Th naval appropriation bill was then, taken up. and its consideration occupied the remain der of the session. TinriJSDAY'S PBOCEEDINGS. In the Sonatc,on Thursday, Mr. Cullom (HI.) presented resolutions adopted iy Manus Post, Grand Army of the Republic, Baldwin, 111., resolutions adopted by Olncy Post, No. 1)2,...

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

,.'- & . 6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. a THURSDAY APRH 17, 1884. m W . rw1? THE GRAND ARMY. Memorial Day Order News from the Departments. Special Correspondence National Tribune Philadelphia, April 15. The following order relative to Memorial Day has just boeu issued, and will not only be bent to overy Post in the country, but copies will he famished the newspaper press, in order that the attention of the general public may be called to the proper observance of the day. lIiJioiiiS GnAjn Army ok the Kki'Ublic, JS'O. 1202 OlIIBTATT STHCTT. Pjrn-iUELi'jiiA, April 14, 1S3L General Order, No. 10. The Grand Arnjy of the Republic observes on j Jtfiiy 30 next, for Use sixteenth Ume, the beautiful custom of stiewing with flowers the gnmss of our dead comrades. A rtoriul Day, first established by General O-drra, then made permanent by our Miles juid Kejrulalions. end subsequently itidorsed by Na tional and State legislation, will be observed by our people po long as our flag float...

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

I i L " t "tM-v-T-f J . . .. v --a w- , ; - ir ,"" a' r r-?r ''if- .-v " wjgr,ssg35a - --r-( - ' wUfcilfanit i n dii 1i i i FIGHTIM THEM OVER, 31 Our Yetass Have lo Say About Tkeir OM Itapigiis.- JWIlh iVcltaol in liQuitfwia. T& the Editor KaWMBAJ. TEbjhcse: !1 c sMlh of Dctafoeii lfi82, "YJoT brigade, Dttmnuicnt of tie Gulfclawvji as tlie "Boeerve BU..m ," and cotaposad of tie 12fliand 13rh OwmetlHUt, 1st Louiaa,7Sth Kew York, bib. Kow iinjilurq, Parkins' BssBaehQsetfcs cav alry Bwrt Godfiys and WflHams Louis iana avulry, Garntfii'is 6th Massachusetts bat tot? , vi Tom5 1st Mae battery, loft CttUij. Kraey far Dounle'sonville, La., where we ij i ed the aexi morning (25th ). Monday luoiiiiic 2ttb) ws aiewed dercra Bayou la bet i he. the enemy feJBiug hack as we ad- n wc passed the plantations the negroeJ jok d u- m great numbers. They wore de lijfl ! t earrj our Lanpssctas, aud there weie fe M.id.ert, inibttt brigade willing to rofase so sLi ,i favor it was a ores v&ere both ...

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

; i'r & I. THE NATIONAL 'TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, J). 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1884. I . GEUOJOt AID'S EBMISCEHCES, Continued from 1st page Salem, to urge his acceptance of the command. Sumside at first made strenuous objections, claiming Iris pleasant relations with llcClcllau, and insisting on his own unfitness. But find ing that McClcllau would be relieved In any event, he finally, with considerable reluctance, yielded to Mr. Stanton's wish. The two then youe to Salem, and taking the cars were soon in 2t'ctorlott-n. Buckingham says: "About 11 o'clock we found him alone in his tout exam ining papors, and as we both entered together lie received us in his usual kind and cordial manlier." Burusidc betrayed more feeling than McClel lan. Tho latter, after reading the dispatch, jiasscd it to Burnside, and said simply: "You command the army." In order to complete the concentration of the army in the vicinity of Warrouton, the orders, already prepared, were issued and executed. My command...

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

'iS'lSBP HJXT0 - gv Op. Jo- o TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS.' ESTABLISHED 1S77.-NTEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL U, 1884. YOL. m-NO. 37 -WHOLE NO, W. OTL 0. 0. HOWARD'S Personal Keminiscenoes of the War of the Rebellion. BURN" SIDE'S PIiAISTS. TheUnpropitlous Opening of the Fredericksburg Campaign. LOST OPPOBTTJNITIES. The Failure to Seize theHeights. The BridTge Train Delay. By Major-Gourd 0. 0. Horsari, U.S. A, .COl-rEISUIED. ALT. RIGHTS KESEBVED.J - XXIL It is difficult to tell what a man Trill become wider the pressure of responsibility. I believe that every officer of any considerable rauk during our -war had some thought beyond the immediate work of his command some plan of perations In his mind, based npbn the circum stances by which he was surrounded. But the instant he had the whole authority and re eponsibility he necessarily saw everything in a sew light. His kno wlcdge of his own forces was More complete; his knowl...

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

" -T J " 'A Ir. .. f-; - ." n: r T a . s THE NATIONAL TRIBOTE: WASHINGTON, D, 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1884. c i" & i( p Tiew with Mr. mterbury, her indignation when rejected and compelled to listen to Lis tufiniiLinn nf fmnrl nurl "mffv sltamn seekintr to Tilde itself in fraud, and had witnessed lier agonized look of sorrow when she had hcen turned away, and she had from that moment accepted Hio poor woman's story as tho truth. She iad even induced her husband to have careful Investigations inado at tlie State De partment in Washington, and. through that of tho nmbaieadoiial records of Paris, for proofs i the woman's oobalf. But nothing could be learned hut that Sir. Faulkner, the American Minister, had list t the records at Paris in such inoxtricaMc confusion tiuit nothing whatever could he learned from them. Rut she was never convinced, and it made her very nu linnnv. Kow. when lior husband Tcturucd from Ginwimati and told her what had lieon done, she was happy. Her liltlo bri...

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

'-."" 'V V , 9im9msmvmmm rfrfis'ir-1',.T: .jtt-'i &- &&&- r: -' .&. " '" iJ"" X . V ( THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1884. - Tj A FAVOR OF FORTUNE. Tlie Admiral's Daughter and her Determined Lover. Jason Hall, a quaint old castellated struct ure of the time of Qucoa Elizabeth, situated upon the coast of Essex and overlooking the English Channel,. was the seat of Admiral Sir Thomas Strout, ii rough, Tobest old British sailor, who nourished during the latter cart of the hist nnd the beginning of tho proscnt ccn tui ics. Originally ; ho nlaca had been called an abbey. The admiral had given it its present name in honor of the old Ja3oa frigate, on board wbcU ho hud served as post-captain wJ.cn it was the flagship of England's sailor kiuj;, William IV., then Admiral and Duke of Ciureucc In ly&i. the time of "which we write, Sir Thomas, grown old and battered in the service, had been honorably retired upon full pay. He was nivor so li&...

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

lymm pIsS8s i vp. ?ni??p' - ", -f- ?t; The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) T MTo cap. ron him who h 83p.ni: the cattle, aho ro WIS WIDOW AttD ORPHANS.' ADOfcKAM LINCOLN. "TMC VALIDITY OF THE PUBLIC DEDT OF THE UfflTEO STATC8, AUTHOniZQ) CY lW, INCLUDING OCBT8 INCURRCD FOH PAYMENT OF J'EKMONS AND BOONTttB FOB SERVICES Ifl SUP PRESSING INSilBRCOTJON OR RtOCLUON, 6KAU. HOT DC CUE3- iioNED." 'Sec 4, Art. XIV, Constitution of the United tatxs. t consider it the ablest paper devotco to the inter ESTS OT THtKnPUBUtHC8JNTHOOtl'tTftr. 1 EARNESTLY comwehd it to alt comrades of the order." Paul VanDervoort, CeuMANoutiR-CmCF, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Tear. Six months, 75 cent;. No subscription for a. loss period received. C2TTERM6 OF SUBSCRIPTION Jhyariagly cash in advance. Mono torahded otherwise than by hecis- TEROD UTTTCH, PiTAL trtJTEC, POSTAL ONEY ORDER, OR draft on New York, will cet the wsk of The SE:Dfi, AS AUK AU. SUDCmPTIOf'S PAW T8 AOCKTS. X3-REMEWAI.S. Subscri...

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

mSwi - - -- -ir- yc-v- S- - ,. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THUIISDAY, APRIL 24, 1884. 5 ' - --,--. ,-. - -- . - I DOINGS OF CONGRESS. !Dlie Bantapic' Bill Passes the Sen atePension Matters. Jh the Senate, on Wednesday, the lGtb. inst., among Hie petitions prented wore a lare -,nuulcr ftSi Grand Army Posts, praying tlio adoption of the recommendations in ado by the jicnslon committoo of the Order. ITJiebill to divide a portion of the preat res ervation f the -Sioux Nation ol Indians in Da 3cota into soparate reservations, and lo secure tlioxaliinjuiblisuenl of the Indian title to the remainder was proceeded ivith and passed. The bill ppftrides separate reservations lor In dians receiving rations and annuities at Pine Ridge, Iiosulmd, branding Hock, Cheyenne Htfcer, Lower IJrnle, ami Crow Creek Agencies. JJy the prori640is of the bill each moiuler of tlicSnwteoSioux tribe now occupying tlie res ervation in the State of NenraFku shall be enti tled to an individual nllotmeut...

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

lff,'p THE NATIONAL TEIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1881 - tfWWSZ THE GRAND ARMY. New Posts Ihvts from the Various Dsparlmsiiis. Da ring the past -week Tun Teisune has neat Titanic applications for Post charters in response lo requests from tlic following: R. D. Bruner, Seneca, 3Io., and James W. Gay, Delta, Iowa a total of 221 sinec the beginning of tho girescnt administration. MAINE. Comrade H. A. Tripp, Blue Hill, Me., writes OS that James M. Parker Post, No. 105, wa3 or ganized at 3ft. Desert, April 4, by R. S. Osgood, as Mustering Officer, assisted by Past Dopurt ruoit Inspector II. A. Tripp. The following Is a list of olSeors: Commander, Beaj. T. Ather toa; S.V.C., Nathaniel Teaiiue; J. V.C., Rich ard U. Dodge; Adj't, Gilbert L. Lurvcy; Q. 31., Alfred E.Uonners: Surgeon, Edwin C Parker; Chaplain, Albert N. Jones; O. D., Thos. Clark; O. G Een F. Burns; S. 31., Jared R. Seed; Q. M. S., 3Iolvin G.'Joy. The P,t starts with eighteen charter members, and Las a good c...

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

" Sj'-V S?-?- jJnr tWTS,. - 53 THE NATIMAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 2-1, 1884. A -STIRRING DEBATE. ...-. Sound Souse About the Requirements of the Pension Office. In the House of Bepresanta tires, on Thurs day last, the pension appropriation bill being utrilor discussion iu Committee of the Whole, Mir. iSolt'. of West Virginia, with a view to iu coporatmg ia the tiil a provision by means of which the ehiims jmiv pending before tlie Pen sion 'Department might ho adjudicated at an early dittc, otTercd tho following amendment: jjjrf provided futtlicr. That no proof shall here after be required ulUitrr in pending vases or those liui entUf filed an U the phystud condition of tlie Soldleriu whose behalf said application is made at tlie Mine lie was mustered into the service of the Unod States, and uli claims hcit'tuforc rej-ctod on UiM ground stmM Ik idtcard. ami if the proof is butiiottry in other respect be granted. lu sepjKrt of his amendment, Mr. GofFsaid: Mr. Uhatr...

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

fc-.- m. vp 'iv5v s5- --2Z-&iiXHiiiZ 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1881 mmmmmm: V ffl. 0. 0. HOWARD'S REIMEOESOES. Continued from 1st pngs. f work -which can easily he accomplished in three (Jays, it luirSly can he imputed to moro Bad tho"?o able engineer officers been prop, erly instructed, (hose bridges, complete, would have heca in sight on oar arrival the morning of the 1 7ih, and" Spauklhig would have reported to Smaner ;or orders, and in less than an hoar would have heon pashing out his boats from the Falmouth haul; of tha Kappahanuock. Few iwre the inslaucas in oar inarch to the sea, or from the &ca through to the Carolina-"!, where wc vrerc ol!iged to wait for bridge trains. Wo sympathise with Burnside's feeling of disappointment when he says: "By this time (tbc 23th) the enemy had concentrated a largo force on tha opposite side of tho river, so that it'b-'-ameiifCcssary to inakc arrangements to cross in tho face. of a vigilant and fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 May 1884

SWHHBEfcWEeHWIUJ; " r"sK&Bsirz 'Si v?w-?-rA--aete9is t --,, - -v W CcO- - wtfffiuu& vFPSSf ,.- .- .a' av "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1ST7 -NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAT 1, 1884. VOL. Itl-NO. 38.-WHOLE NO. 142. "ffizmL vr v. r I&ttxmai Gffll 0. 0. HOWARD'S I Personal HkmnisoenGes of the War of the ReMIion. AT MaSBSRIGK'SBTJBa LaySiiag the Bridges Under the En saury's Fire. BA1PS DAKGsTG MEN. Scenes im itJlae Town Joist Before iilaa Bmttle. Xy Major-OeMn Q. 0. JImmri, U.S.A. Loorviueumw. atji- kmidts itaiu:vuB.l XXLLL As directed V General BHrnsWe, Sumner's grand division marcfeoo' to convenient points near the bridge oftpostte the town of Frcd ericfcAurg that, is nour tfc points where the engnteeffs proposed 1 push out the pon toons 4 jUak tSeu. Hooker's was placed near Sumner's, iu flepport, while Franklin's grant divisioii xnevod to the lower crossing. About 3 o'clock on the morning "of the 11th o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 May 1884

PPf-".- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1884, tLi UO mmW" -f Mr. L. v- i "is tliat h? wis against slavery, but wouid not disregard the Constitution to abolish it; whereas tlie nliolitSonists Avould abolish itevon at tho cost of disruption of the Tnion and overthrow of the Constitution. Dou't yea see the diSorcnoe?" Andsa ended, the nversation. But when Mr. Jjmion wont inside the effort ho had on inloutkuially made in defense of President Unooln on one jroittt set him to thinking whether he might hearts good a defense upon many othocs. When ho got through thinking about tW mutter, lie hud advanced one step towards rcconetliutieti with the North. Per haps hi sistor'sgeei fortune bud some share in tbi6 slight advancement. Chajtsk XVL TBJI ACQUITTAL. On the afternoon before the day which had Leon Nt for the trial of Captain Adams, Gone viweOwM'dl left The Hermitage on foot, without paaking of her destination or design to any owe; the walked to Tower Grove Park,...

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

llP-IlSinP 'fwHpWtl ? "'lit v & n--i;v " THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1884. A WAR ROMANCE, Showing How Gcfirmlo Adams Found a Husband. IByXatcJi. Siicrwood. In tlio summer of '72 1 wis sojourning at the bottuxi.ul village of V , noted for its line inpdicmaJ qprius and salubrious climate. Visitor-, were thors from all parts of the Union a jurge iK-5eutge coming from the Gulf States. Th ufcnjost cordiality existed among th e people of all sections, and it so happened that my most particular friends represented the two ox-tn-xnet. f Korth nd Smith. Gertrude Adams ayj6 one of tlitwe, a genuine 2sev England girl from Massachusetts; the other ivas a young gcnUcuuui from Mobile, Col. Garnett, who had &ervc4 with distinction in tlie rebel army, and vat t4ialparticHlrtimc an ardent supporter ot Mr. Groelcy and a candidate on the electoral ti-ket of his native State. Gcj f rude Adams had marked individuality of fat d character. Among a thousand ivt.nicii -...

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