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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 May 1884

MW . s- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1884. 'feijTp "ft.lW-CSK 5EI,0,0,HflAM)5SBEIfflSCaTCES. Continued from 1st page wM-a the kudc troops that I had led on the Peninsula, I always retained asocial inter est 1h them. One of the colonels (Cross, of the 5th N. II.) "was severely wouaded. Hancock conmioudod him highly, and says that "the conduct of his jc-jdmont vas most heroic; ro fosiuj; to y:el& any ground, his hmve officers sthI r.ien died where they stood." The loss was seventeen oflioors and 163 enlisted men. Five different officers commanded this regiment in the battle, four having been placed liors de combat hy being lullod or woanded. Colonel J. R. Brocks, in the 531 Pennsylvania, lost eiKht officers and 147 enlisted men; Zook's brigade, thirty-eight officers aud 4DI enlisted men. la Meagher's brigade, Colonel llobert Kugotit, CDth New York, himself badly wound ed, lost Sixteen officers and 112 enlisted men. Colonel Nelson A. Miles v the same, w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 May 1884

sgmsmmsmmsmsmimmmmmmmismsmmmmmmmmmmmmmm - , I Til siso-7 'TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1S77.-TEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1884. VOL. HI-NO. 41 WHOLE NO. 145. Sfe&rasl (JOrffrtPX GEE 0. 0. HOWARD'S Personal Reminiscences of the War of the Rebellion. hooker in gommani. Preliminary Movements of the iGhanfleMorsville Campaign. TW.E FIRST MISTAKE. A iBad. Disposition of the Cav alryA Bloody Night. By Mqior-GcHcral 0. 0. Howard, U. S. A. ICOl-WaOBXHD. AM. IH9IITS EESEKVED.I XXYX Mkav the batUe of Fredericksburg we re tained to the sumo oucampmeats which we had Heft to crass tbo Itappahannock. Burnside again iottuo one or two attempts to move. The eeooufl wssctdled tih"mud march," or tho"mud campaign." The sudden hard rains and frost, which now set in, Tesuitod in making the roads impassable, so that wo marched up the river buta few wiles before the wagons began to mire hafily afl tie mules to lose their footi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 May 1884

S THE NATTONAETTRIBUOTl: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1884. 2 vmtmB9gmmnQHBBm9QHQmmm He had no hope, hut he did -what .might be done; whflo 31rs. Ghartcrvale thanked him, declaring it all ia vain. At bed time there had been no change'; and the doctor wrb tw watch by the bed uutil mid nigh, wheti Geuevievo and Hiss Tyndal were to take 'his place. At midnight the poor woman was appar entiv sleeping, and the doctor gave place to Genevieve. There was no change in the pa tient dating the night Genevieve and IHss Tyu'ial dazed alternately in their chnirs. At one lime, while the hitter was watching, Mrs. Chartcrvale signaled; and a good niauy sen teuoos were rocerded by Miss Tyndal. And afterwap&s, while that young woman was sleep ing to her chair, Genevieve, in looking over tfa ose notes, came across these words : ' Tel 1 my cousin, Genevieve Caldwell, that 1 die in hope that bar tout will be given where her hoart now is." It was net the words which surprised her; it was certa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 May 1884

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1884. OLD BATTLEFIELDS. Teterans' Excursion to Fredericksburg, Cliancellorsville and Wilderness. By "Cartoon." The 1st corps excursion from Washington to the scone of the hattles of Fredericksburg, Cbancollorsvillle and the "Wilderness, last week, proved a great success. The party in cluded, among other distinguished guests, JIajor- General John C. Eohinson, General Alnicr Doubledny, U. S. A.; Genercl John Xevr ton, U. S. A.;.Gencral Uosecrans, General James Longstrcpt, General H. J- Hunt, TJ. S. A.; Gen eral" MeCutcheon, Hon. James Belford, J. H. Stine, lustorian; General 1L W. Slocuui, and General William C. Oates, of Alabama. The excursion ivas under the chargo of Major J. 13. Stine, and left Washington early Thursday morning for Fredericksburg. Beach ing a side-track below that town, and about half a mile above Hamilton's Crossing, we left the train and found ourselves on the spot where General Gibbon's attack was made. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 May 1884

-t 'i i THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHpTGTOff, D. 0., THUltSDAY, MAY 22, 1884. The National Tribunk (Established 1877.) " To CARE ros HIM who has ccrne the battle, and fob WIDOW AHQ ORPHANS." ABRAHAM LlNCOLK. Tme validity or the puouc debt of the Uiited fTATCS, AUTHORIZED BY IAW, INCUWIhO DEOTfi JNCURBEO FOR fAYVCNT OF PSOKS AMC BOUhTIEB FOR SERVICES IM 6UP- RESCIND 1N6UHRECT10N OR REOELUON, 6HMJ. NOT BE OUE5- ttohEO." Sec. , Art. XIV, Constitution of the United States. " i con6ider it the aole6t aper devoted to the inter ESTS Or THE SlePUntfSHeiMN TMCCOWKTftY. t EARNESTLY commend it to mx oomrades of the ordcr." Paw. VanDekv&ort, CeHUAttKK-4K-Cier. G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. Six months 7fi conts. Ko snb'iflrjjttion for a lotiii poriol received. CttTTBRKS OF St88CIWPTtOM IhvariablV cash in aovanoe. Money poahed OTMGfwwc than by rcc- TEflEB AETTeH, POSTAL N0TE6. POSTAL USMEY ORDER, OR draft ot. Nw York, wiu. be at the we of tve sewer, as a au. aoasewTtowE paid to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 May 1884

!' &!-? , PV" Rff K JZ,f THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1884. 'VrfwMv PITH OF THE NEWS, Capital Topics Crimes and Casualties. Personal and Political. iBy!iroBdoQ of tho Secretary of War the foHovvlug order and iustrucUous are issuud: Briftiiior-GoMiml John Newtou, chief of en rhiours, and Ooloiiol Quincey A. Gillinore, corjw of snpinourss, arc designated iia nioui1ors of h board to he cmj0Sftd of tJuiinsehos and Buck oflicer or officers hs msy be designated by the Secitry f thu Kavy. to consider the sub ject of a rdutton of die liotibeof Jlepresunta tis of ApiUS, l&St, rogoesting the Secretary of the Na y and the Secretary of Wur to report to said linas-j, t tins tturiicst day jiracticable, tipon tbe feasibility ad exmiioncy of con strHi sine tui intttrifK- coast hue of warer-wnys for tlu- defiTioe of the Atlmttte and galf sea lumrd. t orHcr villi an outline plan of the s it to mid geuami estimate it the cost tbereot." Tb- twtnrd a til 4)8 assembl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 May 1884

SPS!PBW! '-XBS3S1 ssss'jsa -a ? r Jf it-iE' JiK 6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,. D. C, THURSDAY, MAY 32, 1881. IflPpfp! 9-ifT GRAND ARMY. Preparing for Memorial Day News Prom the Departments. Daring the past wcelt blank applications for Post charters have been forwarded in response toTequests from the following: H.H. Hawley, Pcrrv, Mich.; J-SL Blades, McLanesboro 111.; lleu Easter, Cedar Mills, Ohio-a total of 232 eiuce tho beginning of tho present tidministxa tion. Daring the same tiiao Teibuxe peti tions for Tost charters at Troy, Me., with sev enteen signers, and Pottersviilc, N. Y., with thirty-two signers, havo Iwn fonvarded to the proptr authorities making a total of ilf'r-four during the present adnihiibtralion. MAfNE. Comrade N. Tongue, SoutL. West Harbor, Me., writes us that Comrade E. S. Osgood, of Blua hill, Me., as mustering officer, assisted by Past Department Inspector "EL A. Tripp, organized James M. Parker Post, Xo. 305, at Somes ville, on the 4th ult.. with oigh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 May 1884

'ViC PfWtfR 3?sSS3 3CSW lsWt? THB jSTATI01TAL,rf TMBOTE: WASHINGTON, D0., lTOESDAY, MAY 22, 1884. Wir FITTING THEty OVER WliatOur Yeterans Have to Say About Their Old Camjiafens. The Second Sew Hampshire nt TFlIHarttsbnrg. To ilholBir National Tjmbune: Ih your isue of Slay 1, 1 see that Jolm Gar vor takes Matthew L. Kiwskoin to task for as serting Unit the ?d Now York regiment ojiened the hull nt WillHMabbnrg. Mr. (.Jnrvor is cor rect as it whs the HA .New Hampshire regiment that had that honor. This repiniont "vrasa -nart of the 1st brigade of Hooker's division, which consisted of ttio 1st and 11th Massachusetts, 2d 3s' ow llarapehire and 2Gth Pennsylvania rogiinonis. Ob the Saterday night previous to the evacuation of Yorktovm by the robals, a detail from tiiis brigado was oa picket amid the forms cannonading so well described by Sir. Qarvar. Hie firing wss kept up Incessantly until abwtt 4 o'clock, when the rebels blew up their limgaiaMa. The firing then ceased, and whoa dRyiipht...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 May 1884

-V-. 'K-vlillpp S , XlP3J?tf! 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: .WASHINGlJONv D. C, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1884. c wp ssrw'f SEE 0. 0. HOfASD'S EEIfflSCEHCES, (.CbiitiuMrrf rom lt jjic "Brooks' division, aided by a battery, held a strong bridge-head belo'.v Fredericksburg and Tcep the w:fy open for bis corps. The prelimi naries to all this work Hunt planting the ieipful aitillery and Benbam bringing up bis bridges, and the concentration of the troops were thoroughly iirovided for and executed with socrocy and dispatch ; yet, General Lee's -watchful assistants soon let him know what yrns going forward. Ho got ready for a possi ble attark, but Tvhcn Wednesday passed away tnd tben Thursday with no further effort on Stfdgwicli's part beyond the preparations whirii I have namod, Lee rightly concluded that Hooker's main attack was not to be under taken at that point. Tho right wing, whicli it the time most concerned rao in these oveit-nts, "was to be constituted from the Uth, 12th and 3th corps. HOWARD ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 May 1884

(JCWr.' VS7r"2yV "TTj.. -w jS "ct i,-. -5fc iV - GT-. r tttt "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS.'1 ESTABLISHED 1877 .-SEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAT 20, 1884. YOL. IH-NO. 42 -WHOLE NO. U6. vPllmfp Onh OTL 0. 0. HOWARD'S Personal EinisoeiGes of the War of tk Million. OHAIffOBIiLORSVIIiIiE. Hookar'ts Purpose Plans That Ware iNot Carried Out. ESLAE353D BY JAGHSON. How the lltla. Corps Was Sur prised. ?aaad. Routed. By Xajor-Qmai& 0. 0. Jlntsmri, U.S. A. LCOPYKIfaKm). WUXMCWS ESIIEVED.I XXVTL Coupling Sedgck's quiot waiting, after se em mg bis roadw$yeoross the Rappahannock at Fxedcrietsbtirg, with the tidings sent and at last Itroflght iu person by the indefatigable Stoiarfc, General Lee saw plainly that Sionemau was aiming at bis communications with Rich mond, and .that Hooker intended to push for bis (Lee's) left flank and assail him there in position. Should ho move upon Sedgwick with i all the force which he could make availab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 May 1884

mmwmmtw&m- ""U" -w -S"" " r THE ffATIOffAL TRIBUNE: ASHIJffiTOff, P. C, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 188J, Jty, sniin", "Wo havo been looking for you, Mns J..nc, and I niissod you at din ner, as I knew you had. arrived." SIic replied, ' Tank you," in an embarrassed sort of way; and aifi little during tlio dinner. But as tbe professor joined in general conversation, she luand again, as it seemed, tbo very voice and i'Uoi aMn of Captain Adams of St. Louis. Tall, d. ivh-d, distinct, but soft, round and jmr . -1 . rhc bad heard but one voice like tbat befeir n . this, as did t&at; tJirilled bcr to bor im i ul. The voice of ouewclovo is al ways i Mng, and thero sometimes appears to be a in :. than sympathetic response, which Ihiti- i-. harmony iu the nerve-cords Ihcm seifs, livt tlio voice of Captain Adams, as leltrc r.- iu-d, and of Professor Adams at Nou abeU :iru-;ed Ibo attention of all ears, and ro jbki i tina after s a pleasant memory. Wbat cret of it? Not it6 pitch, nor its force s. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 May 1884

JV '-iPllgPP sni 7 tii A.t Ty-Vr" ".cfC ; " VtL W THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0. THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1884. A STRANGE PROPOSAL True love, that Never Did Hun Smooth. 4 There was a great dinner party at Brandon att, whiuk vrss to be followed by a liall the luex liight. Xuinerens goests Lad arrived to haf .h tfioso festivities, and among these was )i very treMy younij girl named PJorenco iolyfteux. iSoc fooud herself consigned to the icare of a vory good-looking young man, whom v'iLady iBntuAon had introduced to her as Cnp- .aiB dticlicster. When tbey had taken JLUvir Aco& at tiie dinner table, which glittered "Pa itii crystal mifi was tatslctuliy decorated with p r-oatlus f flowtrs, she ventured a remark, j" 'll-.wprctiy ail tfaisJ6! 1 never sawauy- thiup 1 kv it before. The flowers are laid in wrauis upn the table-cloth, and I see some jof oi old country friend wild flowers and i-rat. 1 am afraid they must feel vory awk- "!. no." said Ckptsua Chichester, smiling. '' It - wr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 May 1884

m.?-mm W&g&Mm8$& ISS1Wifpl Sg5;F?w5$8 ega THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE vWASHITGN, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1831 The Iatiomal Tribune. (Established 1877.) JJ." TO CARE rOft HIM WHO MAS BOBWC THE OATTt, AND ICS wis wwo an owiaks." Abraham Lihcoin. "THE WUOTTY OF THE PU8UC DEBT OF THE UnJTCD 6TATC&, AUTHORIZE W LAW, HtCUKMNG OEBT8 INCUftRSD PPS FArKrr of pcwibnc ans eowmee for senvwes in sop- FRG8kttu IhLXKSjCTlON OH MftEUKM, ttjAU. HOT OC GUS TIONL. -Uc 4, ART. 30V, COMSrmntON OF THE UWTEO &TnT - .v. "'Jk." "rc :T T AatWT PP 0E-VOTC& TOTMC1KTCR- rtm v i. wnMuwTHi:oooiTW. Ieahmotly to.-i .i - ..u. comimobs or the Qbeer." Paul VanDervookt, CamMiKtwCHKr, G. A. n. PV?L!SHED WEEKLY, - One Ooliar per Year. J3 niwnths, 75 owte. No salMKYipcioK for a lewjvsrMHi reeld. JC U;'"S OF SUBSCRIPTION iHVMBABtV CH W ADV t fv '.EY ' am: 3 CTi- iWISt THAN SW RCCSV- ! TEH . i " l POSTAL . Tit PiSIAL MOMEY OROBR, Ot DM .. '.t. YORK, .-L ! L AT TFE RISK OF THE &MKM, AS i'WmirKiS r."' TO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 May 1884

gWlg ?" spsC5 i -K- S&e-V!2SiJ 'V'" r v-i-," THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHPTQT-QN, D.-Q,, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1884. nw2N DOINGS OF CONGRESS. The Mexican Pension Bill Muster and Pay of Olcers. To the Senate, on "Weadesday, the 21st inst., VJIs lor tf oroction of Wic buildings vrere wad a tl;fa time and pawed, as follows: For a public bniMiag at Jackaeavillo, Fla., 175,000; one at YjctoriNUg, Miss 5309,090; ono at Chat tanooga, Tih.. $109,000 ; one at Opoloasa, La., 5!(KKI, one at Troy. N. Y., 173.000; ono at Port'aoi. Oueg.,385Q.W0; ono at Sacramento, Cal ., tiflftOOO ; one at AsueviUo, N. C $103,000 ; one at b.r&toga Sprtags, N. Y., $100,000; one at JJhniui Ohio, fl 50,000; one at SprhigSeid, On io, .0 i.O. Tlte foregoing soms include fiiil -..st nf wfcr and buildings. Bills were also ia.sv(l h rwmafcinR $.V00 for ile erection of a i.ubiif'm.ildiag on Government property at 2u t r T.j ot-roe ud $S7,00 for the erection of 3i(v-.. it 1-uiJdings, including gymnasium, on tui? TUorni9...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 May 1884

ff if' i t"Vv' THE NATIONAL TEIBOTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1884: THE GRAND ARMY, Hislorj 7 m i ha Hfi o-n waxfs HTnni lhe Dcparlmcmls. SpoeM Cocrcspondonco National Tribune. Philadelphia, May 27. The manufacture of Grand Army badges Las assumed very large proportions, and believing your readers would be interested in a more detailed description than Las ever be fore been given of where, Low, and of what they are made, your correspondent Las tal:cu the pains to inquire fully into tbo subject, tho Tfsult of which is herewith given. The dcin of the badge tLat is now so proudly worn oh tho loft breast of a quarter of a million of oomrudos, as the omblooi of Frater nity, Charity and Loyally, was adopted at a meeting of the KUonl Council of Adminis tration, lJd in New York city in October, 1S76. Several designs had previously boon vorn. none of which, however. Lad become popular or had received official recognition. Tjic hedges arc made in this city by Comrade Jos. K. Davis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 May 1884

iiSf r a- 4, T '?. ?- ?3,tsar -s" r-f-!i -Jr-iP &; - ' "" y TIIE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHING-TON", D.C, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1884. J. 1- . Jv. 95tsbbs?b FIGHTING THEI) OYER, B What Qar Yclorans Have to Say Aliont Tlioir (M Campaigns. Tlie 2d ITiKconsiH nt GoMy&lrar?. To tlie JMitor Katioxai. Tjexvuxe: To us of tiio9d Wisconsin infantry it loots vervaauch as though tho ofjtfi Pennsylvania Lad no foundation on which lo base their claim of lurriug began tho iufnatry fighting t Get tysburg, oxapt Uon. Ju iters letter to uov. Curtiu. writtou four months after the battle, Gou. Jiolfman, in liis letter, published in your payor March SOfcb, takes it for granted thnt the lottor referred .to lsa convincing argument and cannot be gainsaid. As this communication is made up largely of extracts, I will at onco pitch in. The Ajyufcrat-Gonaial of Wisconsin, in bis report foria$5, says: "They tho Iron Brigade) arrived on tho 30fch at Marsh Creek, in Adams county. Pa. At au early hour on the 1st o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 May 1884

r.t jr-Ti "5-k ., yrssr-'js 'vej" -"iv "-- .t-. irru: i FfttT . ... Va TfcT -r-- - -- " J 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1884 r x SAVING THE NATION. Continued from 1st page llic farm of Mr. Xewkirk, crossing tkc little stream coming down from Kulct's. He moved to gain the Irigtfknolle oebrcen Bald's and the Booiisboro road. Having crossod the brook, ho faced west, drove in the rehel skirmishers, and ascended the knoll. AH of Longstreet's butteries opened upon Jiim, but bis men moved round the hillock, through the hollows, andmarched -well up to the rebel lines with little loss. General Meagher with bis Irish brigade was on the right, the tip of its wing touching Bulet's garden. Caldwell's brigade was on the left, reaching down nearly to the Boonsboro turnpike. Brooke's brigado was in reserve. Iiongstroet's batteries were on the hills around Dr. Piper's, and his troops a part of them in the pathway, the upper end of which was held by D, H. HHL liis line ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 June 1884

; i Jtomral "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS. ESTABLISHED 1877,-IEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1884. VOL. HI-NO. 43 -WHOLE NO. 147. 5Sfep ,..- VM artf ir- . ,V-2-('TS I - GEE 0. 0. HOWARD'S 9 Personal Eeminiscenocs of the War of Hie, Rebellion. GHANGELLOKSVIIiliE. Jacskson's Flank Movement and Attack: on the 11th Corps. A .STTJBBOBST STAID. Confederate Accounts of the As- sanaSt Howard's Action. By Mt&or-Gcneral 0. 0. Howard, 77. S. A. ICOraraOHTED. AIX BIOHTS HESET.YED.1 XXVIIL In order io give ns intelligent an account as poswMe of the battle of Saturday, Slay 2, 1863, let us first examine the reports of two or three Confederate officers who were near the Fur nace, two miles and more In front of my left Sank, in the afternoon. Lien tenant-Colon el 2v J. Ooorge, commanding the 1st Tennessee (Confederate), gives a brief story of what was done there upon the enemy's side. His col umn (General Jackson's) had nearly passed. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 June 1884

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1884. 2 "Thank you, Colonel, I meant to have hunt ed yon np, and I will stop with you now." When the gentlemen had ridden up to the house a negro took the horses, and tho colonel seated liis guest In the shade on tho veranda. They talked of St. Louis, of the Hayes admin istration, and, at last, of the meeting on the Illinois railroad train. "I think you said you still hated the Yan kees, Colonel?" said Adams. "Hate 'em ! I shall die iatin' 'em, sah," to- plied Colonel Cauldwell. "Of course, I know yew rc no genuine Yankee, hut a "Western man. But I must say that since the cussed Yanks "burnt my town and nearly roasted me, I can only think of one man in the wholo Federal army I aou'thatc!" , "They hurocd Prentiss, I remember," said Captain Adams. "Who is tho man who is so fortunate as to not be hated, Colonel? What aid he do?" "Do! Let me tell you. "When the soldiers Bet lire to the town I was lying up stairs in my own house,...

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

"f . -J i 'im S THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHiNrTOff, P.- C.,ffljJRSDAY, JUNE 5, 1884. s- A 64-DAYS' MARCH. How Hatch Checkmated Hood in the Fall of 1864 By -2.TT. SiTbytVJ IU. Car., BclOe Creek, Mich. In September, 1SG1, "by order of Iajor-Gcn-eral Wasftbunie, commanding the Department of WesL Tennessee. Brijradier-General Edward Halcli.-coxnriianaing lBt division, cavalry corps, was ordered to hold Lis command in readiness to march with ten days' rations, and, if possible, form a junction -with the Uniou forces then opiating up the Tennessee Eiver as far as iLastport, Miss. Tne division -was composed of the following troops: 1st brigade (Colonel Oliver Wells, 121b. 11 ssouri cavalry) 7th and 3d Elinois and 12th Missouri cavalry; 2d brigade (Colonel Dates E. Coon, 2d Iowa cavalry) Gth and 9tb Illi nois and 2d Iowa cavalrv, and company Iv, 1st Illinois ligbt artillery (Captain J. V?. Curtis); the total strength of the two brigades being twenty-four hundred men, rank and file. The cs.Ki...

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