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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 May 1884

Bwmwmm 1 ".--& P"i?1KS'! f - v t- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHTOTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1884. The Iatioml Tribune. (Established 1877.) To CASE lR HIM WHO HAS SOHMC THC BATTJX, AND FOR UK WIKJW ANO OWHA." ABRAHAM LWtfWLN. "The validity of the w&jc waw of the Uniteo 8lTL. AUTHORIZES ST (LAW, OtOLUMNC DOSTS INCURRED FOR PArrT of pcnskwg we nouHTia K senvwce in sup- PW&RSWC IhPUBBECrnjti Oft BBMSUJO, SMAtL NOT OC QUE8- TTOKf D StC. , ART. XIV, COttSTTHmON OF THE UmTEO TES. " ! cot si&rfi rr themkebt papct ocvorro to thcinter wts of Twr ,-uiniueiMEDifc TcottimMr. I BwatcertY COWMtKD IT TO Ml OOMMVDG OF THE OflOOR." FAtH. VaDOORT, CpmmuM in Cwter, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar pei "Year. Sii months, 7fi cents. Ka sbsorlitin for a loss (period roeofveO. jcv terms of Subscription ittiMMABur cash in AINtl.i .--V.OHEV ORAOCB OTHERWISE THA 8V B6C4S-TBBI-J ICTTEK, POSTAL NOTr. MMTAL MONCV OSOER, on OR - UN Nt YOKK, WILL Ot AT THE W6K OF THE SCNDER, AS iA.- A. L S.'BSCW...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 May 1884

PSFiFiF s5sH THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASipgTOlT, D. C, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1884. 9 DOINGS OF CONGRESS, A Bull Week The Tariff Bill Slill Before (be House. In itilie Senate, on Wednesday, the 23d ult., a lansoji amber of politions from Grand Army Paste praying the adoption of the ponsiou com mittee's nwommondafcions were prosontod and rsftirrcd. The bill providing for tiio govern ment and control of the Sajnte Marie Fails Canal, Michigan, and prescribing regulations fw the paesRge of boats through it, was -taken up stud paesod. The bill amending the Revised Statutes in relation to Umber depredations was read a third time tmH passed, it protects Indian reserva tions frow the unlawful catting of timber. The bSl defining tlio title and duties of cor tain officers of the medical department of the army was also read a third time and passed. It proscribes that tho six officers of that depart mont having the rank of colonol shall be styled assistant 6ttrgoon6-generaI, and the officers with the r...

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

mi THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1881. THE -GRAND ARMY. Pennsylvania in the Van General Department Rows, Bpcclal Correspondence National Tribune Philadelphia. April 29. .As there is nothing of importance to chroni cle at National Head quarters this week, the following may be of interest as showing the activity that pervades the Department of Ponusjivania. If tiie good work continues through the year as has marked the past three months, the standard of forty thousand fixed by Department Commander Dyer will he reached without difficult'. Since my last com munication orders have been issued for the fo'lowing new Posts: No. 430, to be located at JIarlonsbnrgh, Lawrence county; No. 431, at Port Allegheny, McKeau county; No. 432, at Portorsville, 3JuUer couuty ; No. 433, at Green ville, Mercer county; No. 431, at Sprankler's Hills, Jefferson county; No. 435, at Oil City, Venango cotinJy ; No. 430, at Forksville, Sulli van county ; No. 437, at Moshoppen, Wyoming...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 May 1884

i!myi5ww&&&Fm$ ?SfS . , j,- !-- - , - . FlGlfTiG THE&J OVER IVWGnr Yeioraiis Haw to Say About Tlioir Old Campaigns. The 120th Ohio's Hoc Hirer Experiences. To 1iho Editor 2J ation ax Tbibonb : I ihavo been reeding with a groat deal of infesrosfc h artncJes whicii appeared in Eoveml late issues of The National Tbibunb upon the Bed 2ivor campaign. The l0th regimout, O. V. I., of which I had the honor of being a member, while not participating aotively in said campaign, still came forward at the elevcuUi hour and took a little purl that I con sider -worthy of mention, and which the par- ticijMittB will have reason to remember as long as they live. By referring to my memorandum I ilad ttoat the ISOlh regiment, whieh Avas tlian omauapoA at Baton ljougo, La., received order to re-onforce General Banks, then at Alssntt&riR, nnd about to move on Shrovoport, La. On tfatf 1st of May, 1664, the 120th om barked on Uto transport City Belle, with ordors to roport to General M ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 May 1884

P5SSSPi '-.:? swwjSw; tt-w-- wkiv- ?- 0" 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0.; THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1884. nmsm GEM. 0. 0. HOWARD'S REfflinSGESGES. Continued Jivm 1st page." iiist I wean my staff officers and myself. We told lior wc should conquer tu tlio end. She shook her head, smiled, and said: "You will Jiavc a 'Stonewall' to encounter, 'Hills' to climb, and a ' Longstrect to wander through before you can succeed ! " After our breakfast .and morning reading, seeing us start out with jasmurh cheerfulness as a merchant going to Jijs bu&iness, or a rested workman to bis shop, she looked into my face anil, as I bid her good morning, said: "Now I fear you mere than ever, for I had understood that all Lincoln's men were bad. What! so cheerful when going .straight into battle?" Bofore entering upon a description of the roadways which formed the approaches-of our army to Loe's iront and flanks ; of the defensive means and dispositions reported to by General Lee ; of our own movement...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 May 1884

SBIpif!spSS w nfl-WffjWW $ i Sttlmtte mttmtal TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1884. VOL. HI-NO. 39.-WHOLE NO. 143. ESTABLISHED 1377. NEW SERIES. GES1 0. 0. HOWARD'S .- .-H Perspad iRemmisGBaeas of the War of the RflWion. AT P5RBDBHIOKSBTJRG-. Gan. Lee's PosiiitlBaa jaaad Gen. Buraside's PiaiaToT i&itack. OPENING THE BALL. Meade and. Gibbon's Gallant but Futile Assault. By Major-Gtmera! 0. 0. JTemriL, U.S. A. icurc incurs au. kmwis imaatvBU.J X3ETV. It i well for vs to examine General Lee's pe tmu with a little or. In the Bappalmu 3HH k above Falawitfit 3s a Jiirga island called Bw k's Opposite island Dr. Taylor liad hie residence on t3te ilrst high grouud. The riv r rad nmmwg northward from Freder icks arg leaves the Bappahanuoek opposite Beck's Maud and. passes ever Taylor's- farm. General Lae'e left rested just beyond this road. Follow nig the heights southeasterly, he crown -od prominent spurs, one ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 May 1884

jlS THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE:- WASHINGTON, D. 0., THTJ11SDAY, MAY 8, 1884. 1 -rlfiohitixiisT)ctwccii -strong emotions and ex cessive norvous disturbance, and was little able to consider how the great master passion of poraomu love was able, in certain peculiari ties of orgmiiKfttion in members of her own sex, to-diflw nil the vital functions into a morbid J comliti.-u. Dr. Chartorvalc already had-a sus picion of tli real basts of liis patient's attack, -wlii. I. h became confirmed in afterwards. But Gen . ( saw nothing of all this. Hor own efer; s i"iure was only roused to greater Sfrvn,.!'- hy sud leu emergency; and for seven Imv r .- he watched her companion's bedside, lit m . 1 1 h'-c never flagged a moment. 7 o v. aids daylight the patient's breathing be cru uwi gentle and natural, and she ap peart 1 1 i pa into a disturbed slumber, marked vni)i iiiuitt-riug iu a very low tone, and heavy sbvhin- at interval. At one time she seemed iouttr distinct words; and Genevieve, lenu iBi. "cr ...

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

&,.,.; s THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINCTON; D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1884. . jt- TljE BfYE AT REST, Jtaorial Day Seiiiimciils in Prose and Terse. In response to many urgent requests from comrades of the Grand Army, we print here with a dheicc collection of Memorial Day senti ments in prose and verse, and to begin with reproduce ilio original order for the observance of the day, issued by John A. Lo-au, in his capacity as Gomaiaudor-in-Chief of the Order, Ms 5, 88. HeahqThs Guaxd Amur of the Earcm-rc, AjwtarAiravtterijKAT.'s Offior, 44S Fourteenth SL, Washington. D. C., 3Iay 5, 1SGS. General Orders, 2Co. 31. I Tim J0 day of May. IS03, is tlefisi..ited for tli' inrn of irew-ing Avtth flowers, or otlierwise tL v .iratiwir the graves of eoiarud.-e who died m de-fen- ol their country during the tele rebellion. nnd w iioe bortic now lie in almost every eSty, vil K.i . and homtat church-yard in the laud. In this lfeir-.anee no form of ceremony is prescribed, but 1'o-is, mid comrades will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 May 1884

SsHSSSe 'tf&iSwr HBS? A.; Sffl rwppi KjUWK gSSIsgpjt jfV '.T ' ""3?' v, &am && THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY' 8, 188. The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) i TC Cr FOR HIM WHO MM SOUME TMT. nATTLC, AN3 FOB Wi6 WID3W AKO OBPHAKB. ABRAHAM LmOOLN. " Th- vAuomr of tme ruouc wsbt or the Unitso TATL AUTMOHtfSJ tr tiAW, IMCLUQMfi OEDTS INCUfiHED FOH FtvMOT or PEMHOfcS UNO BOUNTIES OR SGRVMGS IN OOP- rnrssits mtuwjseri or wescluoh, shall wot dc cucs i vpo -Src , Airr. 3V, CawerrYvrKMi of toe United 'ATCi , i ctw . r it the ab-fst ffoi demotes to the jnter cts or the toltwek pbi .slo m the counts-. 1 aarn.Y cow'l ,c t1j all comraol6 of the orpbr." Paul VanDowooht, CotuUIMKMN-CHHK, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per "Year. iBix montit, 7S cent.. No subscription for a le tm rit received. JTTERMS SUBSCRIPTION Invmhably cash w ADNCF MoWV FORAf'3C0 CTMEIWWE THAU BW KC3S- TrR' mzH ostai t-oTu; postal money amm, or or'- c N-w York wh si at tmc wsk...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 May 1884

CW""E 'Vi. ffiEsssav r 4 -. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHMG-TON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1884. DOINGS OF CONGRESS, The Morrison Tariff Eill Defeated in llic House.' In tlio Senate, on Wednesday, the 30tli ult., the joint resolution relating to the "Washington 3fonamciit dedication ceremonies was road a third time and passed. It appropriates $25,000 le defray the espouses of the celebration. The shipping bill, reported from the Com mittee o Commerce by Mr. Frye (lie.), was titan taken ap. Mr. JJeck (Ky.) opposed its passage. Ho declared that class legislation, protection and subsidised interests had driven our fillips from the seas and made u beggars and mpjiliaate to foreign powers. Ho argued iihat free eiiips would not, as bad been charged, - be iqjurioes to American interests. He se--raly Aoaott&oed 1JI10 American navigation laws. Mr. Frjre replied io Xr. Beck, and argued that free snips mount low wages for American sailors. He claimed thai the protective tariff maflo the wages o...

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

tl,, !u" - , 6 TEE NATIONAL TBIBUInE: WASHING-Tt) D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1884. . I A DMV zinivi I, Jfetional Encampment Prorations- Tmpc jorhinl Ord isrs. Spedal Correspondence XntJotial Tribune. Philadelphia. May G. During llie prosonce in this city last, week of the sub-ooimnutee of the National Council of Administration the attention of Ute members -nas coiled e oertain malicimis statements that Jia'l been made, reflecting severely on National Headquarters. After cawrfully and tiiorougbly discussing the matter, the committee decided thai the only proper notice to be taken of tiio i" liter would be to make a full and complete x port on it to the National Encampment at its mxt btx&ion. They are entirely satisfied that llnre is no truth whatever in the statements. The preliminary arraagemente for the Na tioi'.ul EacumpiRent at Minneapolis .on July 2'J have been aitxxl upon hy the Dcnartniciit C'-ii.iuJttee of arrnngeuiCBte, of which Depart ment Commander S. C liabb is chairman....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 May 1884

!?gPS9pl?Ppsp? ' rtJ- UuV1. ri.H4u?T3i THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1884. FIGHTING THE1J OYER Wat Cur Teton's Have lo Say About Tliioir Old Campions. The S Wisconsin at Frederick, 3Id. To the Editor Ka-TIONAJ. Tkibonb: I (MilutoA in tie spring of 1S61, unfler tho iirst call for troop for tbree months, ia tlio 3d regiment, Wisconsin volunteer infantry, com jkidj K ; lmt before we wore mustered the or dot's cataa le auoept uo more troops far leas than three years, aad Captain Hawlcy, having nnnoueoed the fact to hi omimny, said that say one who wished to leave might step out one pace to tae front, jsot a roau Joft tue raa&s, aad we nil wont in for lliree yeara or during the war. We left Foadulac, Wis., tbe 6th day of tftily, wisk Colonel Hamilton in command, and, alter being fed aad treated like prhioesby tue Indies aleng the road, wo arrived at Hngers towu, Md., one day just at dusk. Tlie next xuenrfitg we were overall draw rations. "What; voter will ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 May 1884

,.4.- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1884. ffl. a 0, HOWARD'S fiESINBCESOES. QonOnustl from 1st pagc sliupc to hold his position, ihe brigade, without 3s coBimayfler, sulycctcd to n terrific iirc, be gun to give h:ick. Meade says: ''The attack was for a time perfectly successful. The enemy was driven from the railroad, his rille pits awd breastworks, for over half a mile." He took more Than throe hundred prisoners and many standards. Finding no support 0:1 h'.s right none on his left, and none yot very near i his rear, iiis men were overpowered. H- declares that his retreat was executed w thout confusion. When hack as far as the cdjic of the woods, near the railroad, a brigade of Jtfraoy's divisioa. waiting there supporting Jleade's bntteri.-s, which he had left behind, gave him prompt relief. Gibbon, who seems to have been separated from Meade, in the woods, where he had a sharp encounter of his ot:i Jo meet, was now in position to prevent the utter destr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 May 1884

mmf (2l'irtjX&tt& fy VA ' "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTASLLSHH) 13TT.-NEW SERIES. washijstgtoi, d. a, Thursday, may is, 1884. VOL. HE-rlO. 4G -WHOLE NO. UL 4 HL 0. 0. HOWARD'S . Eoii&Bail Resrisisosaeas of Hie War of AT FMDBKIOKSBTJIta Tiie'IDeepsirate Taut Futile At tack of tike RigTitt Column. BEPOMS MATTE'S HILL. AAGtnajplalfC Picture of the .field of 'Slwugtotar. By Mejor-Gamr 0. 0. Howard, U. S. A. Icuri&ieaVEB. wUXXKSTC BHSEIttVKD.i XXV. )I approach tbe attack of oar grand divis joh Smumesfe) at Ftsdcrickeburg ie I3th of December, 1863, with considerable reluctance. There is notiiing but the excellent conduct of the troops. under tie most trying circum stances to relieve tfce dart Hess and gloom of tlio picter. Tle Confederate division com rannder, R. Ransom, stationed directly in our front wbe -with IfcLaws divided the hostile forces iltst we lied to meet between them, hold ing tibe deep sneerbaa street and the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 May 1884

pt SBaSHS5graB5SSSIxwSSSHflEKSaBgsBSSB JtW-iTWTi ST - 7" TJ1"' "c L "'oW'" pT-V'v "VTj VtSwfeHS153 w& 3C S ,J t - v-- '-. f on 14- ot -os U' side of thr river, stretching out hit Un ' i . i ft J pointing it out to his audi ence xv i li h is o'huiv fiust'ir. ' Vv .. ii the brst eolored man was stolen from Afrta uudhiouglit to America," saidhe, "that out I .v was gwwit!, tVrc' When the Dec luniXum .,i lndeneii.-. tir declared all men &ju.i -uiU the wii tt 3lu,'1 ,'.d liv ihe Ret", i k were ireeu irom iTTWi, WOO JUli 1MB osk; ii iz-v a and taiu aiuh still fciad the bluok ii :: -oa to tb v hiu- man! h u ihe old C-nf. . (i on and i.k d ration was made, the ont j is b , .ti I-y slave wassail kept lie Conrti.ii'iou prepared Hberiyfor the ii .. Afn. . on. & ud 3r r "J ji 3OT . - i :'iiiu aui nut a ratnrc limit to the Ia-traIti,.od ts't let the oak grow iheAfijCai. 6je-t:ade OWiUrmed to t'.c oak caot land forever, and no iil the tree . ..very. sa- watchiu . ilu-m ooth. It was the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 May 1884

i-""rj ft r - :4 "-V -I V;.-A fc, THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE:, WASHINGTON, D. Or, THURSDAY, MA5T 15, 1884. - v? j 2 MUNTED CORRIDOR, And the Lovely Ghost that Materialized there. was "I don't believe a -word of itJ" said Aunt Eebecca. The wino-like plow of sunset yet illumined the great bay window; but the rest of the apartment was already enshrouded in tbo gray shadows of twilight, in whose misty indistinct ness the huge chairs of carved oak looked liko gigantic monsters from some foreign shore. From the walls frowned down dark old family portraits, and the crimson hangings above the arched doors waved restlessly back and forth in the draughts of wind that swept through. the vast corridor. "I don't believe a word of it!" repeated Aunt fiebacca, with more oniphasis than before. "A ghost story, indoedl" "Tell mo ubout it, Yiolot," said young Hazel wood, to whom the deup bay-window, Trith its far-off prospect of snowy hills, veiled in gathering twilight, to say nothing of pretty Violet Orai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 May 1884

- s wmm 4V,"" Vf ; tJTtSKwf-i t me&ritx&'.'R - WJff5iiftii "fef 4 Vi'rv?'.0 aswa sSSS2! ajESSvsSS? f"-! "," t--sB.- . THE JSTATIOiSTAL TRIBUNE: WASHMGTON, D. 0.,. THURSDAY, MAY 15, 188. The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) r to care for him who has oori.c thc battle, aho fo i6 widow and orphans." abraham lincoln. "the vauwty of thc puouo ocet op the umted Ctatcb, authorized by law, including ousts incurred for payment of pensions a bountks for serwccs in 6up frcs64ko insurrection or bcbcluon, shall not dc cues Tionep." Sec. 4, Art. XIV, Constitution of the United States. ' 1 oowetocfi rr the ablest paper devoted to the inter- rBTStTTHEMHieRPUUHEDNTHEOOUTnY. 1 EAWB8TLY COMM&ND ITn ALL COMRADES OF THE QftOEK." Paul VanDdrvoort, CMMefttGiitF, G. A. R. r PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. 15Ix mojittlis, 75 (Hints. Kb subscription for a loss ported rcooivod. 5ST TERMS OF SUB8CIWPTJW4 Invariably cash in ADVANCE WOHEV POAWAHOeO OTHEfOMM THAN BY BCbl6 TEfiO LtTTEK, POS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 May 1884

'E -J i - - THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1881. & aWKJT-v-w PITH OF THE NEWS. Capital Topics-Crimes and Casualties. Personal and Political. The statue of John Marshall, of Virginia, the fifth Cbiof Justice of the United States, was nnveilctt attlio Capitol Saturday afternoon by the prosoiift Chiof Justice, Waite, in -the pres ence of a large assemblage, including the Presi djuit of tiie Senate, the Speaker of the House of Jtepresontativofi, the justices of the Supreme fcur mituy members of Congress, the trustees of the Lawyers' fund, and some thirty desceud auts of the venerable juiist. Ti veilad statoe -was surrounded by a platform, on which Sfeatsfor two thousand par s' .ns were prodded, and protected by an awning from tiie saa's xys or the chances of a pacing shower. Tim rural nxttd shows "Minerva dictating her constitution to America." The loft panel ' vrabo.ixt "Victory leading "ionng America to v ear fidelity on te altar of the Union." .Senator ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 May 1884

KTSSST; W3g58?&. - Vr-l, i&i? y r THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1884. WWS: THE GRAND ARMY. General Beath's Appointments News Prom the Departments. Special Correspondence National Tribune. Philadelphia, May 13. For some time past a paper, ostensibly pub lished in the interest of the Grand Army, has beeu boldly asserting that the badges famished by National Headquarters to the Posts were not, and had not heretofore been, made of metal Ironi captured caunon, and that they could not be so made; in other words, the badges were actual frauds in so far as their composition was concerned. Feeling that these statements were calculated to promote dissat isfaction, if not worse, among the comrades, your correspondent called upon the Commander-in-Chief relative to tho matter, and asked him if he could throw any light upon tho subject General Beath replied: My attention has more than once been called to this matter, and I have also read the published 6tatcment...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 May 1884

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1884. 1 , V n FlQjTING THEM OVER. What Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. General SltiuV Expedition. To fcheJJMitor Katiokat. Tjuibcne-. lu-airooeut article published in your paper 1 entitled "Up the Hod Eivcr," the writor, in reforaing to tflio co-oporative army uudor Gen oral Steele, say " it outs no iipure in that cam paiga ; w -which, might be inferred, from the Ben tones quoted, that the Anny of iho Arkansas was oat on a pleasure excursion. Kow, for the parfteee of reporting some of the fine times -we had on that excursion, and, for the still further porjwee of stijring np some one to -write an artidcon tihat expedition -who can do it justice, I send you thih brief sketch. The division of the Army of the Frontier stationed at Fort Smith, Ark., and commanded by Britaidier-Gouera! John M. Th'ayor, took up its line ot march on the 23d day of March, 3861, with two brigades of infantry, commanded by Colonel ...

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