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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 June 1884

WWWm Js&r THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1881. The Moral Tribune. (Established 1877.) tzn70 care f03 hi who has eoijne the battle, amo pm h6 wjoow and orphans." abraham lincoln. "the validity of the public debt of the United Ctatee, authorized er LAW, including debts incurred for lAVMCNT OF PENSIONS AND BOJNTIE8 FOR SERVICES IN 80P PRESSINO IN&ORRECTIDN OR RCBEUION, SHALL NOT BE OUE8- tioned." Sec. 4, Art. XIV, Constitution of the United fcTATE. i consider it the adltet paper eevottd to the inter ests of the soldier published in the country. i earnestly sohhend it to all comrades of the ofier." Paul VanDervoort, Coumamdcr-ui-Chief, G. A. R. PUBLISHED o WEEKLY. Oae JDollar per "Year. EIx znonilis, 5 cents. 3Co subscription for a less poriod rccolved. JCSTTRM6 OF SUBSCRIPTION Invariably cash m advance. money forwarded otherwise than by recis tcro txtter, postal f.otes, postal honey orber, or draft on New York, will oe at the risk of the 6ei.der, at ...

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

," ;- V THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASfflMTON, D. C.IHURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1884. PITH OF THE NEWS, Capital Topics-Crimes and Casualties. Personal and Political. Something of a sensation vas created in this city on the 29tli ult. by the arrest of Colonel J. 6. P. Burnside, superintendent and disburs ing officer of tliB Post-Office Department, on the charge of being a defaulter to the extent of $45,090. SuspiQioawasdirectcdapainst nimby the fact that ho was 'known to hare boon a heavy loser by the disappearance of a stock broker named Lovis. in -whose "blind pools" he had invested heavily, and the Poixnaster-Goaeral ordered an examination of his account's, which resulted in the disclosure of the defalcation, as stated. Being unable to procure bail, Colonel Burnside was committed to jail. It is believed his bonfismou are goed for the amount of the embezriewneat and that the Gorornscont will lose nothing. Colonel Burnside wss very pop ular and tho commander of the Washington Biflcs, one of the cr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 June 1884

' iwTtI-j,. "" ("T . )Jir. -w WDr-IUBfttjTlCWliNuIirjTVTr-- W"2H tlCH"IBir--l"VJh-JOtTTJ"'r,'i SUR&.IFCJ. T .Tjw ES"H S'Ct"I: jl'NAlflPWWr jK ii, r "rfj "V1-S1I nr 7,,...,.' fcfcM- Jlf '"r-r. -tr - 11!' rjt"' TJ J. 1 -4i.t-'TyW !i;it HTS- 1 VT'F -'-f.77-- nTIr,':iuf.7 B"5r.Tsrt'TMi3irJ5VAyiW1 2W16l.JItJ51&K3Jnll-?rrTaM,'S;iVr..J' PJPSIptT s3?ft spafc - ' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1884. WWfl(lgaaBBS THE GRAND ARMY, A Bevicw of the Celebration of Memorial Day. In view of the fact tbatMemonal Day isoow observed in nearly every city, town and Tillage of ihc country from Maine to California, and that more than four thousand Grand Army Pohts to say nothing of the Sons of Veterans and other military orders participated in the ceremonies, it is a matter of impossibility alike to collate or make room in any single issue of a newspaper for anything like a full and com prehensive report of the celehration, and our comrades cannot reasonably expect snuh ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 June 1884

K" m "T" J. la-c atjfirTH! - WZZSl & .r , -J ---" ? ri -K T THE NATIONAL TRIBOTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0.THUItSDAY, JUNE 5, 1884. -rn FIGHTING THE! OYER WliaiOur Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. - Tho 2a Iowa Infantry at Fort Donelsoiu To the Editor National Tuibone: In reply to the article on Port Donelfion, published in your issue or May 1, by detain T. D. Mcfcillicuddy, of tho 50th Illinois in fantry, poruiit ano to say that our regiment arrived direct from St. Louis by boat on the morning of Fcb'y 14, 1662, and about noon was assigned to Lauman's brigade bnaitu s ai vision, on the extreme left, then known as the 4th brigade, 2d divisiou, couijoscd of tho 2d, 7th and 14th Iowa infantry and 25th Indiana in fantry. The 3d brigade of this division, and on the right of the 4th brigade, -was composed or the 7th and 50th Illinois, 52d Indiana and 13th xlissoun. Captain ilcG., of the 50th Illi nois, in his article says, on our arrival wo "ad vanced in line of battlet approa...

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

Ji. f ; v- 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUKE:WASHmGTO, D. 0., THURSDAY, JOTE 5, 1884 &0.0.HflfARD!SEEffifIOCES, lOontinued Jrom 1st page. eud, organized & lino in Barlow's trenches. Eteimvelir had his men spring over their hreashvork and hold on; iiring as soon s ihey wulil. Bcshhcck's brigade vras kept quite cntiro and faced the enemy. Schimrncl pCenuig'Baud a patt of KryzanowsM's brigades ?novod gradually back to the north of the plank road and into tho eastern border of the JDowdalfs opening. They, too, kept up their Jire. The wLo.c center, as well as IJevens' jaght, seemed to have been seized with a blind, indescribable panic. Several officers stood near mo and one of General Hooker's staff Colonel Dickenson. We worked hard to stay iho panic stricken officers as well as men. "It's of no use!" they -would sing out. One colouol said : "I have done what I could ! " and continued his flight Wo did stay the joutaud fill our trenches. All tho artillery was withdrawn but eight pieces coul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 June 1884

TfPg-p r v."i .7 " Etttmite "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." WASHINGTON, D. 0.a THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1884. YOL. HI-NO. U -WHOLE NO. US. ESTABLISHED 1377 -NEW SERIES. JS -, . - Hatwnal A TICKET. tm tct l r r - T7 ...,,.,, fhn I TIP. W.ftTk '01 Onr VetSranS at Die 1 Chicago Convention. BIiAIKBS AND JQOGAN A Qlose Uaaion of Statesmanship aind Patriotism. A CTRCSTGc PLATFORM. All Soldiers Equally Entitled to Arrears of Pension. "Wc print herewith a condensed report of the proceedings of the National Republican Convention. A notable feature of that con Tenfion was not only the large representa tion of the soldier element in it, hut the numerous attendance of veterans from every section of the country. It -was through their influence that the attempt to force the nomination of an anti-soldier ticket was de feated and the convention induced to adopt a platform in favor of soldiers' rights, and to nominate on the ticket with Mr. Blaine a soldier and s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 June 1884

SwPSP i ? 2 THE NATIONAL TRIBOTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1884. &mn&r?$ THE GRAY AND BLUE, Colonel Boe's New Story The Un known Artist. 2j, (.-CoL E. B. Bee, Atfhpr of "Brought to am? &c iooi'YiaouTDD.assi.ijy r. t. roz. QnATTBU XXL AT 32IE TAIIl A1H AFTEE. If you ever intend to visit tbe great St Louis fa.r vliieu, of course, you -will, if the oppor tunity oifere,) so early vory early, not with the crowd, but as long before as possible; and g in your own conveyance, or ono you can control as to time of going and returning. You will lern why further on. It wis 'air-liaie" when Captain Adams readied St Louis tni his return from Jlissis 6)p8)t. Miss Canlfiwol! had returned to Moiitl couo, to "vhioh place her brother's letter, brought up the river by Captain Adams, was forwirdod by mail. Disappointed in not being able to nieet Oenovicve before her dopartuie, he xreaivod to console himself by doing as everybody else appeared to bo doing ho rc golveVl i go to th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 June 1884

fHfP-S 'cfe "i "virs. v THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1884. GEN. 0, 0. HOWARD'S Personal Reminiscences Tlie of Brandy Station. Baltic $y Major-General 0. 0. Howard, U. S. A. COI'YMGIITED. AU. JliailTJESKUVim. I XXIX. ProWbly tliore was no gloomier period dur ing our groat war than the month which fol lowed Uio disasters of ChanceHorsvillc. At least so it appeared tome. Thou for the sec ond time Bell Bun Leing the first I entered with fuller unflaretnnAiiig into the meaning of "tiie valley of Lhe elmdow of death." The 2Gth of Slay, 1SS3, an ofiioer. high in ranlc and claiming to he a warm personal friend, wrote me witk great iijiparout frankness aud urged me to loavo the lllli oorps. 1 have his letter hifui.' lee, in which oscur those remarkable words: "The iirst tiling they the men, Ger mans aud Americans will flo when placed in pu-itionwill le t look behind Oiom, audthc araJoufcd flisefcarse of tmiakot in the Tear will preface another panic, auolher dis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 June 1884

A " If " WWWR THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1881. ! The National Tribune. (Established 1S77.) 9 TO CART K)R HIM WHO rtAS COllNr THE OATJTX, AND TOR its smbo an oRPhANS." Abraham Lincoln. 'Vhc vauwtv or the puduc star of thc United States, avthowzco or lav., includino eedts incurred for PAYMWtT OF POnWONS AND BOUNTIES FOR 6ERV1CCS IN UF FRESetNC tNtOflHeCTION OR REDCLUON, SHALL NOT CE QUCS- 7iON30. Sec a, Art. XIV, Constitution of the United States. I oownwR t the ablest paper devoted to the inter ests OF the ssumcr pudlwheo in thc country. I earnestly couuekb it to aw- comrabes of the oftoer." Raw. VanDervoort, CoHMANeui-iN-CHicr, G. A. R. o PUBLISHED WEEKLY. M. One Dollar par Year. Six months, 75 cents. Kb subscription for a loss period received. JZT TEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Invariably oash in ADHMWt. ftOWV POUWArtDE OTHERWISE THAN BY REdS TOAEB IXTTCH, POSTAL NOTES, POSTAL MONEY ORDER, OR PIWT ON N VORK, WILL OC AT THC Rt6K OF THE 6SNDCR, as auk all eueao...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 June 1884

7mMei$gp$fi, -sc THE tfATIOAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1884. if KeXSePsMSS X A SOLDIERS' TICKET, Continual from 1st page. ns some of our readers vrero not subscribers then, m-o print iho following interesting ac count of his life aud services: General Lojmn was born near wliat is now Slurnbyeboro, Jackson county. III-, on the 9lh of February, U524, and is the eldest of eleven children. His father. Dr. John Lojran. hnd come from 3 re land to Illinois three year before, marrymjr Eliz abeth Jenkins, ft Tennessee lady. John received liis. earlv education from his father and in such schools as the locality afforded at that time. In 3&J0 ho was for n few months one of the students of nn academy called Sliiloh College. lie was in Ills twentieth year when the Mexican -war broke out, mid he was among the first to volunteer. He was cbo-wn heutenantof one of the companies of the 1st Illinois regiment, and was jsub&equenlly made adjutant of the regiment. He relumed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 June 1884

fi I -l -a- 6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, P. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 18S. A.., THE GRAND ARMY, Memorial Day Reports from, the Various Departments. In order to make room for tlic flood of Me morial Day reports tliat have poured in upon us Ibis week, we arc again compelled to give tip a large portion of valuable space to their publication. Correspondents whose letters do jiot appear -in these columns should make al lowance for the fact that there are now 4,000 Posts in the Grand Army, and that it has become impracticable to publish anything like a complete or detailed report of Memorial Day exorcises. It is as much u cause of regret to us as to thorn that we are not able to print all the interesting loiters and speeches that arc sent us. MAINE. Comrade H. A. Tripp, Bluehill, Me., writes n follows: Memorial Day was appropriately o'isu-ved by James A. Garfield Post, No. 46. L!.'en cemeteries iu this and adjoining towns vcre visited by detachments of the Post iu the forenoon. An exc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 June 1884

. i ii. aa'Xa-.s"rrt-.-W f sjts'"r.rf' . 5r-.- r r j,,-. turc.c ji. i en -. . -5. T ' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1881. SAVING THE NATION. War in the Wssi Bragg in Kcn- lUCky. J)t "Omtolm." IcorviaauTiiD. aix jhwhw jjieucved.! XXYJII, To ttc Bos anfi Oirls of the VnkttA States: In iny last 3ottur wo sw Ghmenl Kirby Smith iiinrchhig from K.noxTtlie.iii Tonuassec, to Covington, K.y., opposite Cincinnati, clearing TJulon troops from his paUi as a housewife swoops shavings out of her way. Wc also saw Gonoral Bragg getting ready to flank General BuoU, snin liis roar, compel him to retreat, and thus transfer the theater of war from Southern Teumessee to Northern Kentucky. CROSBTKG TOB TEXXEBSEE. It was Anfrust 21st that General Bragg "began to cross the Tennessee Kivor at Chattanoaga. You Jcmow that the Alleghany Uonntains lie in ridges, find that they run from the north castt t&e southwest, and that Chattanooga is in the valley of the Tennessee River wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 June 1884

iw "st sassy- ." "ys-sjasar estfure i.-.iski5yirHCTap.Jrf a?? 3B?ii k3?5 --"S - ' "-;v " -i. "vt -rca,- C.-" JJ'i'Ji.'ii i ft. s -5.' CT3t, i ' ; ikjv 'aK.vp - -, THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE": WASHING-TON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 12,4884 OUR RURL TOPICS, Some Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Readers. DRIEF SEASONABLE HINTS. Fruits. Fruit trees ivliich have been recently trans plants will be greatly assisted by mulching ovcr't'hoir roots, and for this purpose there is nothing bettor than partially-rotted stable manure. It is bettor to apply this mulching jiow limit cailier, as when applied at plautiug time it has the cuect of keeping the ground cool when it should be rather exposed to the warming influence of the sun, which encour ages Uie jriowih of roots, but as the season ad vances the covering will have a tendency of retain iug moisture in so far that it prevouls or, at least, modifles surface evaporation. Jf the trees were ml cat buck sefficienUy at the time of plimling, and ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 June 1884

4WS1 frgQgwc WMgBKy jnaOTEffiwawwiiw mi.'MMawgn BSJwsi3KiikirsiBv'Bawi SB38ffiSeSSBg3raBgEBS V - V,'- -P-sT -.J-"V 1ftlt, -- .- -,, v 1iyii4Aj V -- r" - 'HM "' J-VT-W - 7- ' C " F-srW rt '------' i .-. - & " " X fc : '.J lVV v vvv mitam --HgSi3j' ISSsS. "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS.' ESTABLISHED 1877 -IsW SERIES. WASHIHaTO, D. 0., THURSDAY, JME 19, 1881. VOL. m-NO. 40 -WHOLE JSTG. 14&. r- HP" MP ' iMBRSjf tTore?j&:r '.fe: ; I '--CSTiHKV--- fc IT1 . JT t-S-i-W. s-2iBil--B ffl-3r'S-i l,f.'trXMV .OTTi 111 M ' l l i II SSHKs S Parsons! 'HQimnisaenGes of the War of the Rebellion. BETWEEN OAMPAIGNS. MoveraKuals Preliminary to Lee's Second Invasion. FALL OF .-WINCHESTER Milroy's GalSant 'But 3TaIn De fense Against Ewell. By Msjor-GmenH 0. 0. Jtmeetd, U. S. A. It now appears that Goners! Hooker, after obtaining the information which lie bad de sired from Pleasonton's reconnaissance, tlie 9tb of Jane, 1SG3, urged upon General Halleck an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 June 1884

THE NATIONAL TRIJ3OTE: WASHINGTON, D.C, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 18S4. 2 reccnaJ lier confession, aud turned bcr out of doors. This wis new to all present, for sbo had not tol&tfbaibre. "And now the anystcrios arc nearly all cleaved uV said Gupta-ln AAttms. "Bui thore is one more 1 am raort snxioasto have cleared tin. "An cwsning3ieriia f any jfltuxtlnl " J "TJioro! " oscfewwed Geaerioafo; "novor nslt that oiioBtion aattiu uutilafterl .liave gmduatod." And so Uio diauer paed pieawuiUy and lit tle 3jsas in tho personal history of each -were brought up t date. During the nfiorfloon.Tvniie the young ladioe wore iosefcbor in lib library, Gteuovievc found hor sbeiiffceK of Pilot Knob in tho portfolio, and oudbi-ed how they came there, and then Annie tolA ler the story of the enthusiastic Mr. Bey, xhe Frcacii artist. And -while thoy -wore laughing ovor it, who should drive up in frost f The Haratiij-gc but Mr. Bey himself! The young ladies, not wishing to moot him, stopped out the hack way ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 June 1884

PPPSSIS -rt- , ,--.. - - -t- v J - . THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: -WASfflNG-TCM, D. 0., THURSDAY, JU1STE 19, 1884. THESTORYOFADRESS. fcs. TSW Self-Denial and How II Was JlcwardQd. iBy Slay -V. Jco(t. TC iox . sain iurs.ji.nxs.abMiu iuuh. uur &luuj- nmiual dividend from the envelope " uow I will have .i spring suit; it's high time, too, aufl I mean to have it made by Furbelow. Once in my life I "want a dress that will fit like nlovc and look stylish. I'm dead tired of being dowdy, and run mug about in ready made pewits that han; on me like a bag, and ravel uparfc if one looks at thorn. . 1 think I will have a gray Henrietta-cloth and gray velut Isawone atnu opening' that was too lovely ibr anything but a wedding. Tin j6.ek of bteek cashmere and black silk; it secia- to me I've never worn anything else. To In- pure, lAack&morc economical ; your next ne;j,LSor co"t he certain whether you had youi 1. lack gown this spring or Lost, and it's baooutiiig m& !ady-Iike. I shouldn't care ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 June 1884

mmwm m ,1 . 1-n- ' THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASIttNQTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JME 19, 188. The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) T'tO CAtlE TOR HW WHO HAS EORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOB Kis widow and orphans."-Abraham Lincoln. "THE VALIDITY OF THfc PUDUC DEBT Or THE UNITED States, authorized cr law, including debts incurred for PAYMENT OF PENSIONS AMD COUNTIES TOR SERVICES IN SUP PRESSING INSURRECTION OR REBELLION, SHALL NOT BE QUES TIONED." SEC. 4, Art. XIV, Constitution of the United States. " i consider it the ablest paper devoted to the inter ests of the soltterpmbusheo in the country. i earnestly COfc'MENf) 4T TS ALL C0SURA8DS OF THE ORDER." Paul VanDervooRT, CwwiAjiotRiN-Cmnr, G. A. R. PUBLISHED One Dollar WEEKLY. per Year. Six months, 75 cents. Uo subscription for a loss period xooaivoiL C&'T&MtS OF SUBSCRIPTION IWVAWABLY CASH IN ADVANOC MONEV FOHWAIWGD 0THHTWI8C THAN CY RECIS TERfiD LETTER, POSTAL MOTES, POSTAL MONEY ORDER. OR draft New York, wtu. sc at thc imk of the sckoer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 June 1884

v?2&s?g8?& fP :mmwFmmrMmmtmm THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1884. DOINGS OF CONGRESS. The Mexican Pension Bill Still Under Discussion. In the Souale, on Wednesday, the 11th inst., the session wis occupied chiefly in the discus sion or the consular aud diplomatic appropria tion hill in secret session, the special suhject of tli6cussion hciug the item appropriating $250,000 to cover necessary expenses attendant "upon the execution of the neutrality act Mr. Test (3Io.) characterized this item as extraor dinary, and demanded to know the Teal pur pose of the appropriation, but the chairmant Hr. Allison, declined to respond. A vote on the passage of the bill resulted ayes 31, nays 1 (no quorum,) and the Senate adjourned. THUBSBAY'S rHOCEEDINGS. In the Senate, on Th nrsday, the consular and fiiplcuiatic appropriation bill was passed by a Tote of 3S yeas to 2 nays. The Mexican pension bill was then taken np and Mr. Van Wyck moved as an amendment the bill...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 June 1884

-"""'. JM , tsMssswssTS .- -"' t's --ry - -.V';-SSK f, '3Sr'-(J-S"'Ti' V-r- iT-ryaWWi tfigt -' - J-'- " t ' -1- -O'" " -JC i rf- 'ilLr.'W,. " t, - -- -X. J 3- .-.-- t"- - "-4 - - w t a T fTT i - - c tt - y THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1884. r THE GRAND ARMY Preparations for the National Encamp- men I- -DBparlmcni News. .Spcoial Correspondence National Tribune. I'ltUrtUmLTOliA, .Juue 14. With tlie exception f arranging the details forno trip to Minneapolis nttxt month, mat ters at Natisal Headquarters have been very quiet Sarins the past week. T tesa arrange ments are now about complete, Assistant Adju tautGecral Stewart having given iho matter In, twreiul personal attention for several days. After meeting the rej ireaentativcs of the vari ola rafradfe leading to Minneapolis, the fol lov.iaiout. has been decided upon and will I. snt.. - . od in general orders in a few days: T'ie o uiund'i-in-Cliiaf and stafi", under thi. sp. n J e- art of the DeparUeent...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 June 1884

I" THE NATIONAL TRIBTOE: WASfflK&OT, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1884. F1GFJTING THEM OVER What Our Yelerans Have lo Say About TliGir Old Campaigns. Tlic 11th Missouri at XasIiTillc To 11 jo Miter Razxoxal Tjubune: I uiavo often boon requested hy the comrades of my old regiment to furnish for publication the following roport of the part takon by the 11th Missouri infantry in the battle of Nash ville, Docombor 15 and 1C, 1S64. As will be Been, it was written four days after the battle and contains all the principal facts and inci dents of those two days of terrible fighting as far as thoy wore knovrn or came under the ob servation of the writer. Doubtless, hundreds of our old comrades will be glad to read the report and be reminded again of the scenes of those trriblo days. Y. H- Fescu, LoraKnrjHG, Kan. Adj't, 11th Mo. HEADQUAimais. llxn Mo. Vet. Ixf.. Is tics FnaJJ, Dec. 2i, ISO. Llout, Tnos. P. GnnitE, A. A. A. G., 2d Brijy., 1st D:r., ICtli A. C. . Sni : I have the honor lo make...

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