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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 24 July 1884

8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1884. REVIEW OF THE WEEK. Greely's' Rescue Opening the Campaign-Indianapolis Failures, Etc. Tlic one ffQMit sensation of the week has been the news ofthe rescue of six members of the Greely Aretic Exploring Kxpedition, as follows: Lieut. A "W. Greely, Hospital Steward Henry Bicrderbiek, Sort David h. Brahiatd. Scrgt Francis Long, 8crgt. Julius Fredericks, and Private Jlnunee Con nelL Seventeen of Lieut, Git-elya party died of tsUrvutfon, a fallows; Hunt .lames 15. Luckwood, Lieut. F. F. Kiblmguury. Aetuur Assistant Surgeon Oetavv I'avyrsTsi. l&Jward Israel, Serjrt. Wmricld S. Jewell. Jsurjjt. too. . Rice, ijerj;x. David C. Bideton, Sarjrl. Hampden S. Gardiner, Scrt Win. H Cross, Sergt. Duid Idiin, Scrt. Jo:cph lilison, Corp Nicholas ijulur. Private Ouarlea li. Henry, Private Jacob Bender, Private Win. Whislcr, Pri vate AY m. A. 1511b, Private It 1L Sehiiwder, Hunter Jau lidward md Frederick hurley Ghn&twuibcn. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 July 1884

CfiiiiiiHKBfflH -VwAqj; :a?a fe jpiwwr: -bsj -ts" ss -L 3s rsv Ot&'j 'set - - fr "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." i ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1884. YOL. m-m. ol.-WHOLE NO. loo. ftnp Jfemtai Ettomttt& A GLORIOUS WELCOME. Minneapolis to the IStli Annual Encampment. A 0I3?Y IN GALA DRESS, And Thronged with Veterans and Citizens. JOHlST KOTJNTZ, The Drummer Boy of Mission R5dge the Hew Commander-in-Chief. AIRS. KATE B. SHERWOOD Eleetad President of the Wo man's Relief Corps. a. bigst jsze&jokzasfib and gratxft iesg sessiok of tiee katioxal :ENaAEP3IENT. BOll-TID, ME., KEXT TEAS. PRELIMINARY. Preparations for ilie Animal Encampment A Fair City in Holiday Attire TYomlcrful Growth of SlintieapolLs Her Present Posi tion as ?Ialropolis of tlie Nortliwest Epit omized History of tho G. A. Ii. Enthusi asm Ovor SiKirman and Logan. Minneapelts gave a glorious welcome to the Veterans of the Grand Army o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 July 1884

Pt -TW3 S9 --u' t- ., - -A -V- - . . " THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHING, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1884. Shorruan, who unfortunately rode in a closed carriage, and so was not recognized, nor indeed could bo be seen by the many. GEX. X.OQAX TftSft -Willi the -rotenm mounted squad, and sat liibsaddlcu-oyally. Asi:nificautetntleiuibowcd the heart of the old Fifteenth Uorps, moumi 01 course no one will iusist that it had anything to do with tho present attitude of its old com mander as candidatp for Vice-President. A comrade carried at the bead of a squad of the Fifteenth a pointer consisting of a genuine "forty rounds" nailed to a yellow field. Kansas was "wide awake mid aflame with enthusiasm as of old. A delegation of these ivas conspicuous from the fact that ouch bore a banner with a corps emblem, 23 in all. A beautiful sight was the Iowa Drum Corps of boys in uniform, beaded by a veteran with tho flag. A little girl in white, with the American flag around her shoulders, marching in th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 July 1884

1 1 t" THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON;- D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1884.' SAVING TfjE NATION. Capture of Beaufort and Fort Macon. Blockade Running. BY "CARLETOX." )WrUtenJorSfc Kalional Tribune. To Uie Jloys mid Gm& of tic United States: You all know where Cape Lookout Is situ ated that it is south of Hatteras, and that. just beyond is the town of Beaufort, -with a lino harbor and a railroad running -west to New Berne and on to Goldsboro and Ealeigh. Yon will see by looking at the map that the Kouso Biver conies down from the center of the Slate and empties into Pamlico Sound. You will also stc that Gen. Buraside and Admiral Goldsboroush, who, as we saw in our last letter, had cantim-d Koauoke Island, could sail into Pamlico Sound, which -would place them in position to attack the Confederate army which mis gathering at Isow Berne. It would Lring them iu rear of Beaufort and Fort Slacon, which commands the harbor of Bean fort. 'Before North Carolina seceded the Gov ernor of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 July 1884

vTFTv THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1884. kt4tM - " 3! T" -C-'-VWr- V-$V " if S& TileSjjfyt x Ji a1-1 n ' ' T ". r CwTl' J"t J - ' J-J dr W - p- - The National Tbibme. (ESTABLISHED 1877.) 3PUBLXSHED "WEEKLY. One Bollar per Tear, - Invariably In Advance. (Six months, 75 cents. No subscription for a loss period received. SPtacIAX. ATOTOITN CEMENT. XfftftEEff scmius, otherwise than by registered Teller, pwsfal -notes, jmtat money order, or drsjl on jYcip j ioru, torn, beat uicnm oj vie sonacr. A GJWW. We employ no agents. Tote Natioxai. Tmnpnc hms many volunteer canvassers, and they arc geinerey honest andfaitltful; but persons who confide tlwir tnibgaipttons to tiicm must be Uicir own pudges of ihtir responsibility. Tliepapcr trt'W be sent only & reoripl of the suh&cripiion price. AMUUHSSES, EEKEWALS. Etc Addresses vM fc changed as often as desired, but each subscriber elioiild in emery casogive the old as well as new address. Jh rtnmeig, subs...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 July 1884

-cj. msm-. p,w-; sxj- v- " !THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1884. 4h , IS 1 JOKE ON SpiDp i East Tennessee Pies and Plug Tobacco. - Women Soldiers, SgouIs and Spies. Written for The Xational Tribune Ii. F. Gould, of Hastings, Neb., ivritcs to the editor of The National Tiubune to remind Gen. Sheridan of a little joko the boys got on him -while .camped at Loudon, East Tennessee. He says tha't tbo women used to come into camp with pies made of egg custard, which for toughness rivaled shoe leather. Thehoys used to slap each other over the head with them, and thoy were as clastic as rubber. Thewomen eold their pios or exchanged them for coffee, engar or money. One day, says Mr. Gould, one of these women walked past Sheridan's headquarters, and call ing to the General, said: "Say, Cap'u, giro me a chaw o' terbacccr!" Gon. Sheridan smiled, put his hand in his pocket, and pulling out a. large plug of tobacco gave it to the woman, who bit off a piece and .walked ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 July 1884

jr-" " -"- h he"-1 v THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTbNrP. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 31, 184. PiPiPS F ASOLDIER-STpSfl - tsen. Logan's Letter Accepting the Nomination for Vice-President The following is the text of Gen. Logan's let ter of acceptance: "WAsniKGTOsr. D. C, July 21, 1SS4. Dear Sir. : Hnvinjr received from you on Ihc 2-ith of June the olliciul notilicalion of my nomination bv the Rational Kcmililicnn Convention as the llc publienii candidate for Vice-President of the United States, nnd consJdcrin:r it to be the duty of every man devolinir himself to the public service to as sume any position to which he may 12 called by the voice of his countrymen, 1 accept the nomina tion with u crateful heart and a deep sent of its responsiliiiities; and if elected bhall endeavor to di-srhui-ge the duties of the oflicc to the best of my abii:y. This honor, ns ifi well understood, was wholly unsought by me. That it was tendered by the rcp rcscntaiivcsof the party, in mnunnerboiiatterin, will wrv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 July 1884

- ?u , r JJ - nr- - . iV2- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: "WASHINgfON, D. 0., -THOHSDAY, JULY 31,-1884. ilfeSllfSgllsfl'y FIGHTING THE&J OYER WlialQurYctGraiis Have to Say About Tlieir Old Campaigns. CAHAWBA PRISON, And illio Horrible Treatment which Our Veterans Bccriicd There. 'To ctus Editok: I was glad to see in The !EiUBUK"ti a sketch of the worst of all prisons Cabav.lia, i'ur there has hcen bo little said about it, oa account of the small number of prisoners ito wore coufhied there, and th fact that bo ibw lived to toll the story. Fourteen hundred of those who did survive the horrors wore drowned by the explosion and burning of the stuavner Sultana on the Mississippi Uiver. PortuuHtdy, 1 was one of ihc saved that night, but 1 shall novor forgot the horrors of the scene. I can still hear the pitiful cries of the victims for help. Imagine such a calamity if you cau lf9G0 poor, hungry, ragged skeletons rou?ed from tibeir seop at 2 o'clock in the morning hy the cxploatou of the boiler...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 July 1884

Fr""" " ri54 3ViV" 'SftcA "TH l??fpp? rffrafxvsrvis i - -?-"- TT SJ5- jr y jr-.... i r- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE:, WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1881. lwp WOMAN'S BELIEF CORPS V. T&s National Convention at Minne apoiis. ISJMEROUS AND ENTHUSI ASTIC GATHERING. Krasaat Greetings from Minneapolis and the 3. A. R. Compliments liy the Animal Encampment Election of 2trs. Sherwood hs President Incidents and Personalities. Woman's Belief Headquarters was established st the West House, upon arrival of tJic National Officers, and on the morning of opening day Scltralions from the East and West, with jro;nsucut Comrades of the Grand Army called to pav their respects. The scenes in the par lors and corridors of the West House were animated and complimentary to this nourish ing new organization. Among them were Past Gouiuiandci -in-Chief Van Dcrvoort; Commander-in-Chief Death ; Senior Vice-Cominan-der Warner, of Missouri; Junior Vice-Commander Holmes, of California; Detriment Commaudersor...

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

jr. y hjr" -, . - rT' "' --' ' e ,& O . oM0?rjVL VvV'V -9-' "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877 -NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1884, YOL. HI-NO. 52 -WHOLE NO. 156. .Mll 'Lr y. - k .m m .srB. & X v -R-o lo GML 0. 0. HOWARD'S Personal Yisit to and Reconnaissance of the EUSE OF WATMfcLOQ. tnfcarastang Comparisons of the Ground and Battle - 5 W13mA3iOJFJ.OANBATEL."ES. ' Strategy ofNapoleon 'andl Tiington. By Maj&r-Gencral 0. 0. Eoicard, U. S. A. ooryiaHS!m-ua. iuouts keseuvi::).!. X3ovot know a piece of English verso that in youth more took my fancy than the flow lines of Lord Byron touching the battle of Wfltrlo. It Is often some phase, some graphic picture in the neighborhood, some pleasantstory gaQiored Jroni a looker on, some sudden panic or desperate charge, or, as here, some remark able ovoat Which was at the threshold of the conflict, which gives to the horrid scenes of a battlefield an unacc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 August 1884

1J Hf THE NATIONAL TEIBimE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1884. ly the ix1tk ef fke fosr ck&lrs. ."Wkea tho oaversatieabef wtlitee were scattered at equal distances alowg tke wkfrlejeagtk of tke porck. la hhm wyateriwaB way Bsve sad JSanaio's ckairs ot together at one cad of Ike porch, white Will's and Jane's were so close together at the other end that & sheet of fper le$cen them would have been rnbhod and rnmpied. lottbtlcsa this phenomena was due to seaae manifestation of the queer forces of attractien sad repulsion which have notecn sufficiently Btndied as jet by the scientists to enable mo to give sny explanation of them. .Even the length of the porch did not seem to fee a far enough separation for the two cousins nd the two chums, for finally Will developed & keen 3utorest iu the fruit of an apple tree on the otber side of the house, of which Jane had been UJhn'glftm, and Jie would not be satisfied until she had taken him around there and Kbowed jtto him. ...

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

sBWFSiwKBaWKKiHFwEa! vktoi:c ".v v " ; v - s ' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1884. ,n - i CHICKSp BLUFFS. Sherman's Attack on the Bear of Yickslmrg. iBy Frank J). -Xason and Jno. W. Fry, 42d Ohio.' The operations of Gen. Sherman's expedition during the five days from tlio 26tU of Dec., 1862, until the 1st of Jan., 1SG3, gave to the history of the war a chapter Avhich has slaco lccu the theme of vigorous dispute It avus a desperate assault, bravely and tenaciously made, hut it failed, and -was justly regarded in the North, a serious and ill-timed disaster to the Union cause. Thirteen years after that event the commanding officer of that expedi tion puoli&hed a narrative attempting to fasten the responsibility of his failure upon his troops, cepiH-ially upou Col. John F. Do Courcy's bri gade, comprising the lGlh and 42d Ohio, 22d Ky., 51th lud., and Poster's 1st Wis. battery. UUvDXXG THE TJtOOrS. On the morning of Dec. 2G a ilect of trans ports carryi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 August 1884

Vii3 -'y ikS3Fv3?? Tjr- - !fc' .- fi. 1' THE NATIONAL TRIBOTE: WASHINGTON, D., 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 1881.' ' , The National Tribumk Established. 1 877.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Otic Iollar per Tear, Invariably in Advaiice. ix imobtlis, 75 cents. Ko subscription, for a Icbb period received. SPXSCXAX. AKNOTJNGESTENT. 2fOJV72r sent ns, f fcertrise than by registered Utter, postal votes, lioslal money order, or draft on Kew Xork, -wifi be at Hie risk of the sender. AjCEXTS. ire employ no agents. The Natkktai. TniEBar; has many volunlter canvassers, and lliey are yetwraUy honest and faithful; but persons who confide their subscriptions to them must be Uiciromi fudges of their rgHinM. Tlic paper vnll be sent oid&onTccetpi of the subscription price. ADWiESSBS, REXEIVALS, Etc. Addresses tcW Jc changed as often as desired, but cacti sulxcribcr xhouldin ccory&iscguscihcotdas'wcll as nao address. Xnrcnexsing, subscr&orssJioidd be carcftd toscndusllic label on the last -paper received, an...

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

'-' ?'-' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHEpijON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1884. WASHINGTON GOSSIP Miscellaneous Items From the Seat of Government. The Lonely Capitol. A Tislt to llio War Depart ment. Tim Oklahoma Haiders. Whereabouts of the Prutddont. Various Matters. THE LOXELY CAPITOL. !Eho.BiIoace that xoiens in the Capitol Binco tho fljourjnmont of Congress is quite novel to one who has been thoro while the business of the session was in progress. All the corridors uro deserted, savo by a few workmen here and there cleaning the floors a$ frescoes. The Senate Chatabor has boea stripped of all its furniture, -dosks, chairs, carpets, etc., and llio cloak rooms are in a state of complete chaos, bricks, plank, and other materials lying scattered about the place where the thirsty Senators were wont to come in after a debate to ' brace np.M The-room into which the Sen ator's lobby entered, and which, during the fcossion. is always crowded by an anxious group of lobbyists and office-seekers...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 August 1884

ns3K5w5; j' -rtffl V "K,-"P 4T sarsjj trayr.sJS' -VVJ-"- --- ? THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 188. rsPfPP THE GRAND ARMY. 1M of the Old and Beginning of the New Administration. No. i. Cemwiamler Kotnttz's First Order. Headci'ks Gra5'd Abmy op the Kepcbltc, Toledo, Om Aujj. 1, 188L General Orders, Kb. 1. I. The Commander-in-Chief elected at the 18th anuuul Encampment of ilie Grand Army of the lieimblic tit MinticaH)1is, Minn., July 25, 1SS1, here by asMimes the duties of that oftice, with Head quarters nt Toledo, O. Kxpresmir Miicero grati tude for the exalted Iru&t imposed, he canietly invites the fraternal co-operation of nil comrades in the determination to make this a. year of contin ued enthusiasm and growth. II. The following appointments have been made: Adjutanl-Gencrjil Comrade "William "V. Alcom, Toledo, O. Quartermaster-General Comrade John Taylor, Philadelphia, Pa. III. In future orders additional appointments will he announced. Jonx S. Ko...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 August 1884

' ,- v a PIGpNG THEI OYER WliatOur ctcrans Have to Say. About Tlieir Old Campaigns. B&TTLE OF CORINTH. X 'Tlcv from tlie lltli ,o.' aad 5Clk M.'b Standpoints: TOE llTH MO. To tite Editob : Allow me to criticize "Garicton's" critic, who signs himself "63d Ohio," iu No. 154 of Toe Tmbune. I was in the tight at Battery Eobiuet long enough to see ttio onemy in retreat before I received a shot and "' went to grass," but I certainly did not boo it as this C3d Ohio comrade describes it. I Icnow that any of us are liable to be mistaken, osfwdatfy ia the confusion and excitement of buttle; but I beliove there are plenty of sur viving comrades who participated in that strug plelo vorify or deny the truthfulness of what I filial! write. It is true that the 11th Mo. was lying heliind the Ohio brigade,in reserve, at thefbaginuing of the action on tL morning of Oct. 4, 1S62, but it is not true that the rebels wore in full retreat before the 11th Mo. fired a ehet. It is true that the gallant F...

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

THE KATIOKAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1884. MEW OF THE WEEK, Tk, Ncvs from All Parts of World. the CHIMES AND CASUALTIES. Alton, n thriving village of 2Cevr Tort, -whs lialf destroyed by fire on Uie 3d Inst Loss $75.000. Heavy rain and wind storms did considerable dam age in Jhiryland jmd Wt Virginia Jabtweck. Four zntK nerd respectively 17, 13, nine and seven, ware Wiled byJibtnirjrwliile in bed, nearJIary- ville, lum; Twoirl- of good pnreuUifrc, aged 19 Atid 17 yearns, committed suicide by hanging near Gadsden. Ala., on the 2Vth ult. Ayoung man sudden Jv di? jineared a lew JAy before, And it is believed the cider Svl vos ruined by him, and that in their Bhame both killed Uictiiftlves. A negro who at tempted to assault a y oun;r -vvhsLe girl near Amiis ton, Ala., hat week, is ajd to have been disem boweled and tcalj'od by the mob before he was batigcd. A myaereoua diseae, attributed to the lietit and bad water, lies appeared among the workmen on a new bridge a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 August 1884

m0mwiW'm r T ' ' $kt Stifritn& -V. "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOWf 6 J' iANS.1 i $twtmi t imjKMpjiMrtriwKKWftuftmmiM 4KkrSP'"9RH tr. -t. y ESTABLISHED .1877 -NEW SERIES. GEE 0. 0. HOWARD'S Personal Visit to and Recoimaisspcoi of tk B1BLD OF WATERLOO. Interesting Comparisons of tne Ground, and Battle TOTEE AlSlERIOAi? BATTliES. Strategy of Napoleon and Wel lington. By Majjor-Gencral 0. 0. Jlowrdj U. S. A. iGBPVISaUTW. ALL ElflHTS EESKBVED.3 n. By a reference to my rough skotek of the plateau of Mont Sainte-Jean, oue may, I think, get into h is miud a general idea of the organ ization anil groupings of Wellington's allied army, and also the situc of Napoleon's iorees at the time- of the opening jof the battle of "Waterloo. Stand again with me upon Ihehigh mound of earth which with its bronze lion now dominates the whole Tegiou ; it occupies the middle point of the allios' front Putting your face to the south you have far to thcright of jou two battali...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 August 1884

mmmfmmmmmvSssasmsssR - va-: - : i THE NATIONAL TEIBOTE. WASHmqTQS, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1884. was mo bed, no mattress or straw not even & blanket for tbem to lio upon or to protect them from tlio cold stone floor. They vrere in rags. Vorinin were crcopins over them. The room was reeking with, iiltli. They had been arrested under the INFAMOUS BLACK A"VYS OF MABYLAXD. The lows affecting the men. in prison woro passed many years before, when Mary land was a Colony. If a slave went abroad at night without leave ho" could be punished by whipping, cropping aud branding with the letter R. If a slave wore convicted of treason, arson or murder, he was to have his right hand cut off and then ho was to be hung, his head severed from his body, the body divided into four quarters, and the head and quarters set Tip in the most public place in the County. It was lawful for any one to shoot and kill a runaway slave. tA"W OF CONGRESS. Under an act of Congress passed 1820, a slave creaking...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 August 1884

ijjissTeKT'sajraaesagaaressKKiTo p " j" -. - f jST1 - rtgTO3NS HX3K j--- -t& ) w THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1884. mtTTSSfW:' Sffe'-i--" FIGHTING THEff OVER. m Wli&t Our Veterans Have to Say About Tlieir Old Campaigns. CORINTH. The Assault on Fort Bobinct A C3d Ohio Man's Bccollcctions. To the Editor: I wrote a fevr days since & few corrections to "CarletonV version of the assaults upon Fort llobinot, Oct 4, 18G2, and I have a few other reminiscences of thoso hot times at Corinth and vicinity which may bo of interest. During the forepart of Sep- tcmbor. 18G2, a part of Stanley's division, to which our brigade (Fuller's Ohio) was attach ed, occupied luka, Miss. We received orders to evacuate the place (I think) on the night of the 13th, leaving thfe 8th Wis., under Col. llnrphy, behind, with orders to destroy the Government proporty, of which there was au immense amount? but that order Col. Murphy failed to obey for reasons known only to ...

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