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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 10 July 1884

v '"ife-VV -? 'ft,J Zl-ZTK T- THE NATIONAL--TRIBUNE: WASniSifflQN, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1881. 7,rw-"'-!riTJ,pR? The Iational Tribune. (Established 1877.) r t O GMR. nm Mm TOP MA imjuku ihl (Ai ku, AMD FC KB WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ABRAHAM LINCOLN. "ThE VAUCiTV OF THE PUBUC DECT OF THE UNITES States, authorized ov law, including debts incurred for payment of pensions and counties pir scrvices in sup pressed insurrrxion or rebeluoh, chau. tfot ce oues tioned." Sec a, Art. XIV, Constitution of the United States. ' i coksioer it the adt-cst paper devoted to the inter- tCTS OF THEfiOLDIiRPUntWHRO IK THE COUNTRY. I EARNESTLY commend it to all comrades of the orden." Paul VakDervoort, CorjiANDcn-iN-CtwEr, G. A. n. PUBLISHED One Bollar WEEKLY. per Tear. Six mouths, TS ocai!.. No subscription for a 3ea period received. JCcfTERMS OF eWSSOflfPTION tHVAaiADLY cash ih AWNOC MOStY fWWARflCO CTHFRMSE THAN DY nOOS TEDEO IETTEH, POCTAl MOTCE, POSTAL MONEY OWER, OB draft on New Ycsm. xmx nc at th ws...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 10 July 1884

Sto THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0. THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1884. CONGRESS ADJOURNS. Pension Bill Killed Desorlion and Solta's Home Bills Passed. In flic T7. S. Senate, on Wednesday, the 2a inst., another conference committoo was or dered ou the naval appropriation bill. Consid eration of tlie stfliilry civil b,Ul was then pro- cecded with. On tho araaudlnent proposed by the Senate committee- to strikeout the clause providing compensation by salaries instead of fees for United States marshals, after consid erable debate the committee's amendment was agreed to, and tho provision for salaries was (struck out. Tho appropriation for the Govern ment exhibit at Now Orleans was reduced from SjS00,O0D to $250,000, and the bill was then passed. The desertion bill, previously passed, was recalled frie the House and a conference or dered. The same action was talcen on the bill to establish a Western Soldiers' Home. TinrnsDAYTs pboceedings. In the Senate, on Thursday, tho President's J veto ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 10 July 1884

fW" &Sx THE 1ATI0AL TllIBOTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1881 i THE aR uii Tie Buffalo Encampment .News from tlic Departments. Notwithstanding the failure of the railroads to contribute their shargc towards defraying the cost of the Reunion to bo held Jit Minne apolis, in connection tviUi the National Encamp ment, our Minnesota comrades havo decided to go ahead with that part of the program. At a meeting held on the 3d inst. the following rostej of camp ofUrers was announced : Samuel P. Snider. Cotnmnudor-in-Chief. 1 M. tiilmore, Chief of Staff, V. P. Roberts, Assistant Adjutant-General. Y TraosdeH, Chief Commissary of Subsist ence , in charge of camp privileges, restaurants, etc Lewis Marsh. Chief Quartermaster, in chai-go of camp equ.page, etc tliurics A. Niruocks, Senior-Aid-de-Camp, in char; e of mnsic and eutortaiumont. Ir W. II. Leonard, Medical Director, in ch..rgo of hospital and medical service I A. Clawson, Chief of Artillery, in charge of ordnance :uid nman...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 10 July 1884

w ,.Af & THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1884. FIGIfFIG THOf OVER Wliat Oxr Veterans Have to Say About iMr Old Campaigns. Tlic Sib Iowa at tlio Ccrrure or KoTrilc. To the 3IliTtm : Uutlcrihc above heading, in your im;er ol June 12, 1S54, Comrade W. Ii. Goldcr, of Sth Iowa, gives an account of the capture of Ppamsti Fort, opposite Mobile, and, thinking he aud other members of that regi ment would like to hear what Chaplain How ard lias to say about it, in his history of the 124th 111., bfiouging to the same brigade, I will, with your permission, send copy: Aprils, thi 18U nnd lait day of the siege, open ed lair and ool, nftur heavy rain on the 7th. kinitisliiiig luul been going on all niglri, but there had beon wry Jittlc artillery tiring. About noon wo received urdeftj to be ready lo march wiili 20 day,-" raUoMb five in huversacks and 15 in wagons. This the wen did not relish ; it teemed like elil-at-ing them out cr thefruit&of a well-earned victo...

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

S-53irSfS5 pS , TJ, r -A W -,- tj F 1 -rS-' K V- " s THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1884. y SOljE -REUNION DAYS. Osilierings of Veterans from Near and from Far im.. it- T T :,. ,.r !,. tA V Y. i iii iuiin.ii annum ivvuuium ui iuu-oui. Cav. liHS somehow escaped our Attention, it wis held June 11, at Winder Beach, Roches ter, vJiero a banquet was jrivcu in the after noon, and afterwards a business meeting was Lcld, F. B. Garrett presiding. Tho following officers were elected : Pres., A. L. Ktiuuf ; V. P., H. C Wliifcuan; Sac, S. C. Pierco; Trcas., Maurice Leydou; Commander, Richard M. Jones; Adj't E. J. Scott; Commissary, E. B. Jewell. Executive committee, J. O. Pcttingill, B K. Html, H. P. Brewer, E. Barnes, D. Thompson, F. E. Cohoon, Jas. Roberts, C. H. HuuM.hroy, C. K. D. blende, John IT. Jones, C. II. Killer." Resolutions of reprctat the deaths of t a des H. B. Ciark, W. Cutshaw, Ira B. "Wol'.s, and Htmry Snyder were adopted. Cotn raU Leydeu, Pierce, a...

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

' - -a - -- - K a ---. -;', fl! - fi Ifetwttai - "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS. ac ESTABLISHED 1877.HNEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1884. yol. ie-no. 49.-whole no. 153. Mj H -X. wtmutitt NOT k SOLDIER 01 IT. .y SfiTeland and Hendricks the Democratic Ticket at Chicago. A HAKI PLATFORM, Which Gen. Butler is Afraid to Stand, on. JOiffiS KELLY'S HICK. An Entertaining Review of the Convention Proceedings. The Democratic National Convention met at Chicago on Tuesday, tho 8th inst, and re gained in fcC3don four days. In spite of the opposition of the Tammany Hall delegates, led by John Kelly, of New York, the unit rule was adopted, and under its operation Grover Cleve land, Governor of New York, was nominated for President on the second ballot over the heads of the competing candidates, Bayard, KcDfliiald, Randall, Thurman, Carlisle, Payne, Sloentn, Hoacley and Flower. Gen. B. F. Butlor declined to allow his name to be pre tente...

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

V- 3 A THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHING-TON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY IT, 1884. v SAYING. TTJE NATION, -. Tlie JIalieras and Port loyal Expedi iions and their Results. "BY CARtKrOJf." . , IWrilien for IV.o 'allonal Tribune xxxin. 3b thr Bop and Girls ofila United Stales: In this brief history of the great civil -war I have made so attempt to give a description of lattles in chronological ordT, but have en deavored to picture the proprvssof the war in diSorent sections of the country. Wo must .now go back in time to the first year to lffiL To Domjtrehwid iho greatness of the work sccomplisbfd by the loyal people of the United States in the war wc must look at the opera tions carried on along the Atlantic sea coas-L It is a long hue of iwast from Chesapeake Bay to the month of the Biver Jlio Grande. As you jook st your map of the United States yoa will see a network oflnlaiid waters along the North nd South Carolina coasts. If yoa were to oail Bouth from Hampton Bauds, 150 miles would bring...

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

1 ("f ' 15. . " tl- . -- V -. -? ,??- :THB NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1884," j REVIEW OFTHE WEEK. Grinies, Casualties, Personal, Political, Financial and Industrial. JL queer complication lias arisen la too Ex ecutive DapartinenU in connection with the lato passage of the Legislative, Executive and Judicial appropriation bill. The bill became a law on Jtriy 7, and as Congress bad extended the appropriation of last year to cover only five days of theprcsent fiscalyear, no appropriations are available for July 6, and it is said that no salaries can he paid for that day to any em ployee of the Government. The Postmaster-General expresses his inten tion of carrying out the law giving letter-carriers 15 days' vacation. He thiuks the dc ficiencvin the appropriation can be supplied from tho $4,000,000 allowed the Department for general expenses. The dedications of CoL J. O. P. Bnmside, late the dibbursiug officer of thePost-Otliee Ds partmen it is now found foo...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, IX 0., THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1884 U" THE GRAND ARMY, II His Now 250..000 Members The National Encampment We hope to be able to print, in our next- issue, the address of our retiring Commander-in-Chief, Geo. It. B. Be&th, as also a digest of the reports of the Rational officers, showing the exact condition and strength of tho Order at the close of the administrative year, Juno 30, ISM. On March 31, 185i, tlio Order numbered 233,193 members, as compared with 145,932 at the same date in ls83, showing a gain during that period of .83,261. The total, however, in cluded the last quarter of Commander-in-Chief Van Bcrvoort's administration, and deducting the sain for that quarter wo bave 32.G2S as the total pain under Gen. Heath's administration up to March 1. Bcportsare now being received at Rational Headquarters tor the Juno (and hist) quarter, and it is believed that they -will show an additional gain of 20,000 members, bringing up the total tor the yea...

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

.:--!( J THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., ' THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1884. LOYALWOMP'SWORK Brave Kate Shelley Conversation Clul) Some Household Hints. Conducted by Sate B. SIicrwood.1 rAU communications Intended for publication In this lcHirt3icut rhimjd be iorwarded direct to Tan Kational, Tuijicse. Washington, 1). C.J Tho Iowa Legislature have iloue Trail in honoring tho girl heroine, Kate Shelley, of Booue, Iowa. She has just teen presented with a gold medal of exquisite design and work manship, for her heroic conduct three years ago in saving an express train on tho Chicago t Northwestern Railroad, filled with passen gers, fiom an instant and terrible death. The Medal has been prepared hy Tiffany & Co., of 2Tev York, and represents Kate iu the aet of crossing the raii:o.MllridgeoverlhcDcsHoiues River. Alove?re he words: "JIeroiBm, youth, huniauiry." On ihc reverse of ilienieual is the following inscrip-ion: "Presented by the Slate of Iowa to Kate Shelley, with tho thanks o...

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

SPWPIS THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1884. fr The National Tribune. CESTABUSHED 1877.) ,. is CAhi nn mm mm two ounni. inc i iic, jam rust MR widow and orphans." Abraham Lincoln. ThL VAU01TY Of THE PUBUC DCBT OF TME UNITED tTATCe, AUTHORIZED BY tAW, 1MCUJDIKG OtOTS INCURRED FOR f YMCtT Or PCNEIOHS AKO EOUKTIC6 FOR SERVICES IM 6UP WSSINO JNSUflBECTION OR nCCEtUON, SMALL NOT BE OUE6- tioncd." Sec , Art. XIV, Constitution of the United TAT. 1 CONSIDER IT THE ABLEST PAPER DEVOTED TO THE INTEE" errt or the soloier pubuehed in the country. I earnestly CSKMEND IT 7Q AIL COMRADES OF THE ORDER. Paul VAnDERvoofrr, CosouKKiMN-CHicr. G. A. R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per "Year. Hz months, T5 cents. No subscription for a Iprb period .received. JWTTERKS OF SUBSCRIPTION Invariably cash in aovAKCE. Money forwahdcd .otherwise than 6v resis- TERED LETTER, POSTAL trtTTES, POSTAL MONEY ORDER, OR RAFT on New York, will ee at the risk of the sender, AC ALSO ALL SODSCRIPTI...

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

TBWmfmr. iS 'WT" . - '4mm5& ' - - FIGHTING THESJ OYER. 'WhatiOur Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. The Artillery Duel at AHtietea. To the EniTon: After reading tho article in your issue of Juue 19, by Comrade W. . "Webster, of Cowan's battery, It occurred to aie that I was lucre, too. It brought to mind many events and scones that occurred in the very short space of time immediately following Sedgwick's repulse, (if yoa choose to call it gueli). Our brigade tHaucock's) came in on the double-quick 4is Sedgwick's division was falling back. We were composed of the 6th Me., 5th "Wis.. 43d N.Y., and 4Sth Pa. It was a fearfully hot day, and we had been running all the morn ing to get on the field, and as wecmo up upon the double-quick through a piece of timber, to the east of the com field, by the right flank, we saw abundant evidence of the rout or disaster of Sedgwick's division. The broods and fields "were full of stragglers and wounded men. Can non fchot and shell we...

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

'pwpaifwiwpiawf SB&'?WRP5RSP!fW?S ,.-",.? jT -r4S'v?a&f5-Srfr-5&a?'J 5&iSfr I r5 i --"i- UC "JSS.vV'jir y-TMMfeS. " . -5v rsi?rc THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 17, 188. Ti-VlT" L! V11 U - f - T x 4-v r - , Uf -- -i T1. VJ SA3 ,jTVivm'4fetMIagi& fRglAg7r t; - -tj f "-icssga-skijfsg"- ATTORNEYS' FEES. amb 0f ike Sew EM FirmUtiBF CohitmUi to fee Made BtitcitccUd by the Senate and Uoitse ef Enescn teUra of the United &alcs of America in Omgrcsa 4tantAuL That the act entitled "an at mourn: to claim agent and nHorneys In pen wacnseb." niMirovcd June 20, l'vTS, is hereby re ceded i Prouded, however. That theriRliW of tho jmitjcs fchnll nut be Abridged or nlForted as tooon ads in pending cues. as provided for in ud net; InU wteh jlractefcliall be deemed to be and rc msin in full force and virtue, and shall be recog Mzed as contem plated by taid act. Sec 2. That tedious 47CS, " and 478G of the JfcrviMKl ftutulca ai hereby made applicable also ...

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

j Jfaitmtai "TO CARE FOR HiM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0.a THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1884. YOL. HI-NO. oO.-WHOLE NO. 154 THE GRAND AMY. -IN I. O.I I Opening of the Eighteenth Annual Encampment. GEN. BEATH'S ADDBESS. An Eloquent .Appeal for Justice ;to the Soldier. TJM? THE DEBT BE PAID. Tlie Rapid Growth and Healthy Gondition of the Order. Gombadess A roar ago, at the base of the Eodky Mountains, upon whose snow-bound crosis ninny of us thon looked for the first time, we congratulated each other on the gram& work of a notable year in the history of tkeGwnd Army of the Republic Attaining hy your suffrages Ibis high posi tion, 1 folt deeply the great honor conferred, end realizing to some degree the possibilities of tlie future, I a6kcd that you would again rally aroead tho standard of our National En campment, so tbat it would represent" before j my tona of ouTce closed 250,000 members! How large such figures a...

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

THE NATIONAL TEIBOTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1884. L-i t4 of sSims tiia unfortunate, reverently, In truo fraternity, gaining from reluctant lips the wants aud neofia of those who to care for is the glorious mission of the G. A. E, and its auxiliaries. Dnring the administration of Gen. Horace Binnoy Sargent as Department Commandcivof Massachusetts a movement towards forming a permanent organization of the different auxili aries in Massachusetts "was instigated by A. A G. Jas. F. Mecch. Securing. the co-operation of the ladies of Fitchburg, Mass., an invitation was lamed to every auxiliary in the State to hold a oouvention at the above-mentioned lilace. This resulted in the organization of the Woman's Belief Corps of Massachusetts auxili ary to the G. A. B. In the following year the ladies of New Hampshire united with those of Massachusetts, and the organization of the Union Board was offecled, composed of the Department officers of each Department. In 1851 Corps wore o...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1884. POOR MIKE. MpNL 9 Tlie Story of an Unknown and Unre warded Hero. 3Y NAP0CTON B. WASHINGTON, 31. c. Wriilcnfvr ThcSational Tribune. Ko man is a 'hero to his valet; "but my valet is a hero to roe. He is more lie lias been everything. September 19, 1SG2, Gen. Bosccrans attacked the Confederates under Jen. Price at Iuka, Miss., and fought theui hard. He had tho two division:: of Hamilton and Stanley 10,000 men ; (jeu. Trice had i0,t)00. It had been aiiangcd by and between Gens. Bosccrans and Grant, that the former should move upon the Confed erate position from Jaciuto and tho soutli, while (Jen. Grant and Gen. Ord, with an army of iia,000, should come from Corinth and tho west- and north ; and betweon the two jaws of a trap the Confederates were to be crushed. JJut only the Itosetraus jaw worked; tho Grant aud Ord jaw hung by a hinge. It was not believed that Kosecrans would do mueh lighting; the weight of tho conflict, i...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1884; The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Tear, Invariably in Advance. BriSCIAXi ANNOUNCEMENT. HOKBY sent tw, oOicrwise than by registered leUer, postal notes, postal money order, or draft o Jfew 1'orJ vnll be at Vie risk of Vic tender. A GENTS. We employ no agents. The X atxoxax. Tuuscke has many volunteer canvassers, and they ere generally lmncsi and faiilifid; but persons wrfio confide Vteir subscriptions to Uum must be Utclr oum judges qf ibeir rcsponsib&ity. Tiie paper xoUl be tent enlyon reedfrtqfViesubifcriptimi price. ADDIt-ESSJSS, EEKEWALS, Etc Addresses tpfw he cJiatiffed as often as desired, bid eaelt subscriber should 4m every case give IheoldaswcU asnew address. Jnroneumne. subscribers should be cartful totendus Uie label on ike last paper received, and specify any cor rections or changes Vicy desire made in name or ad dress. COEIHEEPQKDEirCE. Correspondence is solicit...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1884. 5 r WASHINGTON CITY. Department Troubles The Cholera Scare A Well-known Yeteran. There las always been more or less friction in the diflferont Departments of the Government ts the result of a difference of opiuion between officials as to tho construction that should bo placed upon section 1754. of tho Bcvised Statutes, declaring that, other things being equal in ap pointments, proforouco to civil office should be given ex-soldiers and Bailors who have boon honorably discharged by reason of disability Incurred in line of duty. It is held by Eomethat this section of tho Statutes does not apply to promotions, but inasmuch as theso promotions are thomsolves in the nature of re appointments, that position can scarcely bo logically maintained. A case in point is that "which has recently occurred in tho office of Bixth JLoditor Ela, of tho Treasury Department, where liireo vacancies have occurred in what are taiewa as third-...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0.-, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1884: pTiJTESip'S VIEWS, m Hon. James G. Elaine's Letter of Acceptance, The following is tlic fall text of Hr. Blaine's letter of acceptance : Apobsta, Mr. July 15, 3BS4. Tire Ho.v. Jomr B. Ilianmufeox and others of the committee, etc Gentlemen ; In accepting the nomination for the Tnx.1iliiiiiv tamlertsl me bv the lSeixiblicaii iS'ft- tioiuU Cotivonlion, I lies to express a deep sense of 1 tlie Jionor win jii is conterrcct and ol Uie duty wiucii to iuiMed. 1 venture to aeeompaiiy tlic neecptance with wiine obsKTvalioiis upon the question's involv ed m the contootf jucbtioiii. whose fctttlement may nfloct the future of the Nation favorably for a long bci ie of yeius. In enumerating: tlie issues upon which the Re publican party appeals for popular support, the convention lias been tubularly explicit and felicit ous. It has projMU'ly Riven the leading1 position to tue industrial interest of the country m. nflectcd by Uie twi...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON, B. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1884. p H I FiQlplG THE1J OVER. . What Our "Veterans Hare toSaj About Tlieir Old Campaigns. A CAVALRY SKETCH. r Tke'lUi HHnoiB Cavalry at the Ealllc of 3M0TT, 1 tan. J3y.TF.Sur5y. FWHcnor 27ie IfiaMonal SViounc To the Editor: In the fore part of De cember, lfeG3, just after the fight at Collliers YilJo, Tcnu., the ?ti I1L Cav. -were ordered to pull up stakes and move to La Grange, where vre went into camp, pitched our tents and per formed the duty of scouring, foraging, etc. The Confederate forces had been foiled twice in their attempts to gain a footing on the Mem phis & Charleston llailroad, and they had now decided on a more vigorous and, as it proved, more successful attempt. For this purpose they massed a large force of veteran troops at Ox ford, Miss., under the command of Brig.-Gen. S. D. Lee, whoso reputation in the South was that of a gallant and skillful cavalry officer. In the meantime Col. Hatch, with the 2d...

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