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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 June 1884

iiii JiiiiiiMiJiiiiyiM'f fiM.L1' ism!immmmwmFm?i "' '- a- mMmmmfrf - vr-ln-- S.-";-4? "JWV5 ,-& ' -- -- 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1884. Hfe m. 0. 0, HOWARD'S RSMISCENCES. Continued from 1st page. Hiat Hill. As soon as Elliot felt the shots coming from Lis right and jcar, ho promptly, and without confusion, withdrew across the Ahrahani's Creek and posted everything nearer town and strongly on Bowers' Hill, and. made ready for a desperate resistance. Edward Johnsou had encountered Colonel Ely's brigade in a similar way. Ely contented himself with what his skirmishers could do, and retired slowly in that way, disputing the ground and gaining time. At last he and Elliot were reunited at Bowers' Hill. Mcltey uolds had done a good thing to delay Bodes. He took an indirect and unfrequented road, swinging off toward the north. Roues (prob ably after dark) lost him, and Jenkins be lieved they had gone toward Martinsburg, and so pushed his division in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 June 1884

JT' Vf; V0-"VW' i ?3 "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877 -NEW SERIES. WASHING-TON, D. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1884. VOL. m-NO. 46 -WHOLE NO. 100. "'''- . . V, ?" . ... -....-. ....... v: BTaftmral Cffl 0. 0. HOWARD'S Personal Reminiscences of the War of the Eebellion. FOLLOWING "DTP LEE. The Encounters Between Pleas onton and Stuart. SOME BAUD JIGHTENa Result of the Engagements at Aldie and Middleburg. By ikTeyor-Gcncral 0. 0. Howard, U. S. A. UoorVIUCHTED. AIX niOMTS KEbEUVED.1 XXXI. The evening of Jane 17, 1SG3, 1 made this pencil note: " Goose Creek, near Lecsburg. The weather has been very hot and dry. We have marched as follows: twelve miles, nine teen, eighteen; xcsted two days and then inarched seventeen. I was a little feverish at Ccntreville, but am now quite recovered. This corps (the 11th) has m arched in a very orderly style and all my orders are oleyed with great alacrity." s "Jane IS, 1SG3. Almost too hot for campai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 June 1884

?i -jvr- ja'" ,v1-.-i:.tusiT'r c?.i"; ' Pf'J w ?ipj8g v?r TTis-ij , .i-';sc- y THE NATIONAL TMBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 2G, 1884. 2 t-tXJM2SK&; Tanlcoc car-niarlis "by which Colonel Cauld weil supposed lie had defected her affinity, and showed that her supposed parsimony was only a wiso economy of what food thero was in tho house, the whole family, except her hushaud, h"v:ng conic home from a distance unexpect edly and found an empty larder. And so this was a reunion of Unionists and former disuuiouists, brought together by cou EiuiiMJuty, cemented hy marriage, and per jnarcently united hy community of interests. And tho next day Professor Lemuel Adams and Jano Wnterhury were duly uuitedln holy wedlock and the double bridal party started together for Isiasara, echoing in their hearts the well-known words: Ho more shall the war cry sever. Or the winding river be red ; Thoy banish our anger forever "Wlion they laurel the graves of our dead. Under the pod and the dew, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 June 1884

es? flip BKSPWfPSH 7- &&& &? Ct?w3 -S ' &- " , J i-' '" THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1884. & THE SIJILOIf CAMPAIGN General Nelson's Division to the Rescue. XVI. While five divisions of the Army of the Ten nessee, withlittleaitifroiaacomuion command er, were thus withstanding as host they could the persistent assaults of the Confederate army, and another, misled hy an order so amhiguously worded as to he left to choose its own route to llio battlefield, the -1th division of the Army of the Ohio, under its heroic leader, Brigadier General William Nelson, was pushing its way through the bwamp on the east shore of the river to the rescue of their sorely-pressed com rades on the field of Shiloh. Why this division was left to drag its huge length along through the miry ooze like a veritable serpent, when a fleet of transports lay idly moored to the wharf jit Pittsburg Landing, is a mystery. It formed the climax to this, day of military...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 June 1884

sivJ 'a.'"c .-'.. -.-. -.-.2-.rs3L-i vss'ftj TBtr VswSH.i5)t- WWCi5r rfP-'W'r jTrTI'TTpr3t -Tr"1sSrt. JHJ,w""r1EJ rTr?- . , .i-W df..i-&t4 JJ-rrA.JFrliWii rffv'f lw zwjyss fnwsijfzmfjtlims3m&mP.5 &. &s.vp -s-rr-sr. aa! .''t'4 i.'-.Ei"l. "trs " S"- -- PCSUSjr 5?'0 -f-.qsj- !S,fTfr,W 3,ff" f'35. ?'" g I THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNj3 2G, 183k hi i iiiHiitjyMMMWMMUMiiiiwMMaHMii'iWiw nm mmmimmamssB&&G&M!w&mm!&misnmamfwi;, sswsseoss I NATIONAL iaiBUI Wat n? ijj. (Established 1877. - T 5R VMM V r aio rca Ov M.IC TV OF t r - rLCT OF THE LhCTEJ i L -iiC OCSTS IKCUKRQBFO1) L'nE6 R CtRWOES IN EUP ItL6iLLMM, CMAU. NOT BE CUES- p FV 1' r Of P6tOM6 tNSJBMXTI C - sec. 4, Am yv, CoKmnmohCF the United rct9TR T THE AfltCCT PAPEH 8WOTCD TO THE INTER .1 TME8OLDEflfUUetBNTHCC0WTfHr. 1EARNE6TLY 10 IT TO AU OOMftftMX OF THE OfJPeR." Paul VanDcrvoort, Gommwscr-ik-Chicf, G. A. R. XT' PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year. Six months, T. rents. N...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 June 1884

PR'fllp "5s- aafc-3 -V THE NATIONAL TiLIBlHE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 2G, 188 L iS. JOHN A. LOGAN. Continued Jrw Is? page. rtm&j resolutions of "socossion had beon passed i& laoafciugs in his di8trict,nd Sirs, Logan and licrliusbaiid's friends, in endeavoring to restrain J public opinion nntil their Eoprescntauvo could personally appear and declare his views, had a most delicate and dangerous role to play. ' On the day sot for his arrival she drove in a huggy all the way to Carbondale, the nearest railway station, and twenty-two miles away, to meet him, hut learning there that the train by which he was to have arrived had "missed con nections' immediately turned ahoutand drove hack to Marion. It was evening when sho xcuehed there and the streets -were still full of people. They crowded in a mass around her 1 ngzy and demanded to know why her hus hnnd had not accompanied her. Colonel White, then clerk of the court, and her father, Captaiu Cunningham, exerted themsel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 June 1884

r., zagp "K i - -yw. K"3Sff THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE:' WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY JUNE 26, 1884. THE GRAND ARMY. leiicr from Hcadparicrs News from llie Departments. Special Correspondence National Tribune. Philadelphia, June 24. The committee having charge of the arrange ments for the seini-aunual Encampment of tho Department of Pennsylvania, at Belkfoutc, in August nest, arc actively at work, and if the programme that is proposed is carried out in iull or even in great part, the comrades who attend willhave no cause to complain of lack of entertainment. In the firstplace itisthe desire of the committee to have tho trains from the eastern and western parts of the State arrive at the same time, if it can be arranged so ; then a grand reception will he tendered the visiting comrades, in which all the Posts in the vicinity fBellefontewill participate, to take place on Saturday, August 1G. On the evening of Mon day, the 18th, the Bcllefuntc Club of Post No. 51 will havo a hall. Then it is ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 June 1884

; &- '0'k&$& fm- - f ' V THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1881. 'i FfSpiG THElfl OVER e TOatOurTeS&rans Have to Say About TiiDir Old Campaigns. 31 Itrautaikcrnce of Pori UnsSsoa. Ho the Eaitor Natioxax. Tkibcks: I was a member of the Oth Illinois cavalry. It iiaQ l)coa Griersoa's regiment, but, iii com jiauy with the 7th Uliaois cavalry, aud all imflor Uio command of Gricrson, had made the luoit famous and most successful ca-alry raid of tiho war, and had earned for our colonel a most complimentary commission of hrlgadiar geaeral, and henceforth, ive were only one of Gricrson's regiments. .Tins raid, starting from La Grange, Tcnn., April 17, 1S63, terminated at Baton Eouge, La., Uay 2. It changed our associations for the time being completely. Instead of constant scouts and skirmishes with Chalmers and Forrest in Tennessee and Xorthern Slississipjri, wo were to bea part of General Banks fovce, to be en gaged iu the reduction of Port Hudson. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 June 1884

mmsmmmmmteBgBmmmsmsmmm: r T, - , -V , - s THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1884. B S.W. V" ,J- K ? i"-f"V?-' . 0. 0, HOWARD'S MISISCEHCES, OwitHi from 1st page.' THE BATTLE OF MIDDLEBUKCJ. Fleasonlon, probably believing his supports row Hear enough, suddenly made a vigorous attack. Gregg' two brigades, which wo bave itlready seen in action, charged dismounted across t he plain, struck that part of Stuart's Ke that extended beyond the grove, and with a furious .fire of carbines broko the Confeder ate flank. At that very moment Plcasonton jKiehcd in his reserves and drove the enemy feeta the protecting wood. But Stuart's bat teries held on and kept tip a terrific oblique discharge upon our men, and one of his favor ite Virginia troops, being intact behind thebat tenes, was handled with skill by the indomi table Confederate chief, and so a disastrous rout s prevented. Hampton and Jones came up during the 19th, taat so, also, did Barnes on our side. For eight x...

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

;,trr"?.iv . - S iir-rj -r-r . . t --r-'--!-a -z SSPWSCTaraEWBKSsr1 3ppfH&,5 - -T'fjf r- V " ' k $ f- "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1884 YOL. EL-NO. 47.-WH0LB NO. 151.. E-?rABLB!IBD 1877.-N1W SERIES. ijyV 1 H a- t GEE a 0. MAUD'S Ftr:.jasl EaiiniscHieB of the War of the Kebellm IAECH TO GETTYSBURG. Doubt as to JLee's Whereabouts and His Objects. HOOKER RESIGNS. General George G. Meade Ap pointed in Kis Stead. " T-v t-tr-Gt-.rrat 0. 0. Bernard, U. S. A. Uul i'BUfli.-iU. lilUHTS &ES&UYZS.1 XXXIL' V.y a fcrwf kfcex in pencil, dated the 23d of JuiA. w;-. I indicated the position of the Army of the Potomac on that day. The Elcvrtsth Co-; s v.iis. at Gt. -ss Creek, not far from Lee iH.r: Va. The Fifth, still trader Gen. Msade, ws't- wf.K-,wbre near Aldie, and part of it be yttud ihi.t village helping Phwsoniou who. I wrote, 1:a' a .vc:v cavalry enjetDcnieight afo off. yesterday.'" The Second Corp...

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

ts-ry?Uv5?5sS'V i -ST . '"'- Jrw 1S.5-' trfP- K THE tfATIOJSTAL TRIBOTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDxiY, JULY 3, 1884. 5u reserve Ibe 5th Ky., Col. Buckley. ilcCook's dmsion bad marched 22 miles, the day before, and stood in line all night at Savannah await ing transportation, and thus it was 11 o'clock before the last of his regiments arrived upon the Jield. The Sixth Brigade, Col. Gibson, took position, as its regimeuts made their appear ance, on the right and rear of Rousseau tho 32d lud., Cob Yfillich, upon Tchose banner "jlowlctt'sStatlou" was already inscribed; tho 3ltli Ind., CoL Harrison ; -the 15th Ohio, Maj. Wallace, and the 4S)th Ohio, Iieut.-Col. Black man. Col. Kirk's brigade (the Fifth J am ved 5n the meantime, and its regiments the 77th Pa,, 29th and 30th Ind. and 34th 111. were h.Md in reserve. These regiments were coxn auuudcd, respectively, by Cols. Stambaugh, Dunn, Bass and Maj. Levanway, who was killed while gallantly leading bis regiment in action. Later in the da...

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

I itS ' ""'"'V"' -, 1 & r W "Jf" THE NATIORAL TRIBOTB: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1884. A CURIOUS KEEPSAKE. Mabis Strange' Adventure at an Italian Railway Station. Mali and I had boon idling aTjont in Tuscany for same wcoks with Uncle Wallace, and wo had -many plaus made for more extended jour iioyings, whon our uncle was suddenly obliged to return to England on pressing business. As we could not and would not accompany him, he ittdtoUed us m a quiet little hotel, gave us a liberal allowance of pocket-money, aud left us vritb stnettojanctiousto remain quietly where we "were until his return. We were to make no exclusions requiring longer than a day's ab sence for Uncle " allace highly disapproved of Indies traveling aiono in foreign countries. I wise quite old enough to chaperon Mab whithersoever site cared to go, but, not being srg umenwttive, I agreed to keep her and my seii in strict seclusion unul our uncle rejoined ns, Bat. foer three days of our own society, we b...

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

JgBggPgBGgSgSSgSSgg V1?" '-- & m Tr&g& J? - .- r 5srH r THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 3, 188. fSf5fl The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) "TO BAIJE FBH HIM WHO HA8 SORNE TM CATTLC, AND FC lSIO&WANDOftPMAN6." -AcnAHAM LINCOLN. "Ts vauktv ci' thc pucuc debt or the United t-t, .authorized ur law. including debts incurred for F4VttKT CF PCNSIOHS AND BOUNTIES TOR SCRVICCS IN SUP rKrMNG INSURRECTION 0 Ht&CUION, SHALL HOT BE QUES TS C3." 6rc , Art. XJV, Constitution of the United Stat 66. j consider it the adlc6t paper devoted to the inter ifs of the soumcrpll bushed in the country- i earnestly 0(mew3 it to all oomflades of the or2er." Paul VanDervoort, CoMXAKKM-iM-Cmcr, G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per "Year. Six months, 75 cents. No subscription for a loss period received. JSsTTERMS OF SUBSCHIPTION Invariable cash in aDvahoe.-"Money khiwakocd otherwise than by regis ters UrTTEH, postal notes, postal money order, or CRiT ON NW YO...

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

WmWfimWi' THE tfATIOXAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1834. D31MGS OF CONGRESS. I : Spel?1- 8 Easier The Ap- pr',;.a ion Bills. t- Jh&wr. cv W-wav. f&a 25th Tilt, J'3iiMtef wj r-pitiiUiw of Public . .w4a- -iii-i s .. bj u. . 'wmuntloe, i .t uiiii.., iVii"ji;iiii'!i' !V.stigr.- ' u tibt J -at Deft -tr..i' i '.' S,- .alr'iMed css'ir.ii. i u 1-' lee- i live, cxoewuvc Mid judMSta a;pio4r)tiDn , r E(Tk L y ' oppo-l the r ' u 1m -tit pro- U by ih.-S--,.-4. C-wmaiittf imi ;;rpn- i .insnrj; ctuhrw poiltr twi d-u-tricte, lji il w fiuw-iy -.kjitod jvs.- 41. im$6 13. the Set. rvi Thursday. Mr. Jonas (La.) u-i m 1 1 : up!ipr40i.ir 1 tW ir tMt i .i.'oiMt . jt.ctniD n; ia.m, cnmtiy 7 j . ! In t - rirti .t.'' 4 ; .' vnt hs A' w m wr "Ta& - itar tils' .,' Tirateiui norm uuiuioe, i i .11 t4.et4ett 1 'lllflMR i u.ot4 i Mi M mli Vt i. up, r d t..:rs . jtuexad ps.six.- fti.iiar t water tnui-tx i the Senate tie Houmj io") routes , iMOUS The bt uat h:tie.lo applied "i rout ' r...

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

-' -i st ',1 t-'- - ,- v THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1834. f K " THE GRAND ARMY, The National Encampment 2Tcws from tlie Departments. The Grand Army executive committee of MinnoaiKrtis is actively engaged. Jn making preparations for the coming Encampment. Chairman Babb lias boon notified that the j action of the committee in postponing the parade until "Wednesday, the 523d of July, has been approved by Commander-in-Chief Beat!), who has also suggested that the parade should be at as early an hour as possible, say by S a. m. Tin.- postponement was finally affirmed "by the committee. Oapt. D. M. Giiman reporled the reception of a letler from Gen. W. W. Avcritl, tiho noted cavalry leader, staling that he will certainly be present at the Encamp ment. Samples of -Grand Army badges "were exhib ited, and selections made as follows : Delegates to the Encampment, badges of a buiT color; re ception committee white; finance committee, old gold; committtee on enter...

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

?' ". w .vrVr-ncJ'L kC - -f-' -, i 0 THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1884. FKHjTlNG THEIvJ OVER, IVWOur Veterans Have io Say About Tlicir Old Campaigns. Rtmie Jitters About Batch's Raid. To the Ei:tob : I read Comrade Surby's arMolc ou Hatch's raid with great iiitercat Gen. Thomas Raid to Gen. Hatch that he had jiovor had more correct infoi:iiution of the snovorounts of an enemy than he had had fur j.Uhd him of Hood's advance from tbe Ten r.Assue ltlvcr to Nashville. I want to correct ie comrade's diary where ho says (Oct. 2) th'o 1 Iowa and 7th 111. constructed a bridge at Jto'jvar across the Hatchio. About 7 o'clock p. j j , OoU 1, the 7th lit, Maj. Graham conimsud j g. rowiivod orders to proccod to Bolivar with tH possible 2geed, becure the crossing of the Halt (as. em Xlw !. . sh U J. t v - 1 i 1 t. c 1 i i 1 r V t t t i s 1 I. v 1 t tj t 1 I.. ii ,-t u mvwr wera, etc, 11 wie vmiw jis nipjr, i i . at abundant rarosrenderod probable, to rucl a hridge to...

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

i A vH - 4 -$&, Vt ' " J?" T. -5-' a 'r ' V 8 THE NATIONAL TEIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1884. f TV GEN. tOGAN. is Ii3dr Generosity to a Distressed Sootkcra Soldier. From the Fatchez (2Iiss.) Crusader. Dan. During the dark days of reconstruction, wo think it was iu 1S6S, the mouth of June, three ccuttotnon sat on the porch of a private hoarding-house in Michigan avenue. Washington City. As they sat together iu low and earnest convcrsntiou, an old man in worn, but once re- impjtfjiblft rnirments. lame and hobbling on a crutch, paused directly in front of the trio and glanced searchingly in the iaces of all three. Tiierc was an expression in the upturned countenance of the old man too readily de Hje; r look of weariness an air, in fact, of pre lit poverty, that could not be misunder stood by tho group. "Can I do anything for yon, my man?" aski the sonior of tie trio, attentively regard ing the stationary figure in his front. "I think not, sir, was the quick Taspons...

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

,--r' "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1S77.-NEW SERIES. WASHING-TON, D. C, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 18S4. VOL. HI-KO. dS-WHOLE ifO. 152. Saftmtal W, I T. SHEip'S kffism m the life and Sumoes of to. E. &. Ransom. A TRTJB PA.TBIQT'S SON. A Volunteer of &1 HJs Rapid Ativaaieement. WOUKDE0 BOER TJMT3S. Sincken Down With Dlsease His Ijast "Words. The following 5s the text of the eloquent edflreps delivered by Gen. W. T. Sherman boftre .Ransom Post, 2va. 131, St. Louis, Mo., of whlcl Iiefe tauwbci, he evening of June 20 : OohatATHOS: When in "November Inst I canio from Washington to St. Louis to make this my final home, 1 wits invited by several of the Posts of tho Grand Army of the Ecpublic to join titora, but learning that some of my neighbors intended to-fona a new Post more convenient lo my residence, I concluded to n:iKo with it. The ;ime of this new Post had not yet been determined, and having on the walls of jay pr i rare off...

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

SSTtBST3 " -Vs--' ri.'1 f- -. - '-src THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1831 S J nnd a request that a chaplain belonging toono j of tli o regiments in the advance brigade might "be allowed to xctm-n with the messenger to the oahln.- Tho general ashed the orderly for what pur pose a "chaplain was wanted, and the orderly replied that the doctors (mentiouingour names) Tvcre going to have a baptism. SOME BKVII.TEY ON HAND. Upon this, Gen. Logan (for ho it was) signifi cantly remarked, that the names mentioned cc Were in membcivcs suiiiuicut u aiy mm that some deviltry was on haud, but that, nev ertheless, the chaplain might go. Then, in 'iting the colonel, who happened to bo riding with him at the time, he set out himself for the scone, spurring ' Old John " to a gallop, and Boon had joined the parry at the cabin. M General," said the Doctor, as the former dismounted, "You are just the man we're af ter." "For what?" "For a godfather," replied the Doctor. "Godfat...

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

?""95!(? -- A 5" -jZ, t, F THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 10, 18S4. TALE OFFERED PIKE, ! O ! I' Showing How a Goward Er-orcd to Bo a Hero. 'I thought I should find yonjvitih. the girls, air. G&ewiu. You should have Ihscii with lis. We've had such a scramble over Honister Crag, End brought hack no onrl of flowers for tJer trude. But one thing I iust say that fellow Losford 4s :i jolly ninlF, though he doesn't look it. Just a funk, girls, vaA nothing cite. Will you give iuc ssMie tin,liri. Godwin V" "What nonsense you tnlfc, Bob J" cried his sister, conscious by some fenuniue instinct that her friand's face was hotter than a moment before. "You are a perfect maaviis enfant, bursting in like that. 1 wish Mr. Losfard would teach you manners." Id like t soe 3iim try. It would falcc a pluckier man 13mn he is. Why, he wouldn't come within yards of the edge, Mrs. Godwin ! " ' He bhowljd his usual good sense, Master Eobcrt," was tliat lady's tart reply. She had la...

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