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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 28 August 1884

.t iv-f - -- "'AnAMftS 3 - xr jnr-i. iff "' - v ?-!-, S'-M" -r 'Wf! lIT -.-taja . ! f'i. in.-- iSf-Jl .- -T 3?&Sg 7" i "Z 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,. D. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1884; fLifc 1t-i-Kr4TT"-if E-Ma NEWS OF THE WEEK, Te News from All Parts of the World. CRIMES AND CASUALTIES. Two little boysTvlnle playing with matches t their home in Springfield, O., on tho 20th, set fire to the house, and one of them was bnrncd to dest.. A Suutlay-scliool excar- elon train of 15 cars collided with another train near Strcalor, 111., on the 21st, killing one pas senger and faUiilyinjuriugauumhcrof others. Seven men were smothered hy gas at the Burk KicVf mine near Shauiohin, Pa., on the 21st. Eleven males were also suffocated or burned. The Government launch Daphne, m:oye4 at the Government ivories at Mem phis. Tviin., esiodod her hwiler on the 21st, killing lViymnbier N. Goddon, vrbo was b:ovrn overlKiferd, and seriously scalding three of Use crew and a jievraAxjy who was on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 September 1884

TrsSpssilp l' tf-r," i -" i-4-.-.SJ J J-S" Jgi "-- - j , SfeiL. "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS. ESTABLISHED 1S77 -NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1881, VOL. IV-NO. L-WHOLE NO. "1G0. 1 iiifc im. H i i I III i 111 II I I ,rS? JJ T-3tfisc b r-7ilJ'3Br-sBBgwwt . I y-rc " iX' 3 CLaK. jrw m -,, - J W"lv WvvV' GH(L 0. 0. HOWARD'S Personal Reminiscences of the War of the Rebellion. B&TEIM 03T WATJHATGHIE. BriiaaasatReooulsesof Longstreet's Night. Attack. GE ART'S VICTORY. "Elbe Arnaay of the Gumberland "Craaft'ker Line" Secured. BY MAJ.-SKS8T, O. O. HOWABD, U. 6. A. (cyliKWUlW. A1J-1SHHWS EESEKVED.J 2CXXVIIL I ssw Gen. Eoakor niter he had received Lis instructions 'to cross over the Tennessee at &rilgejKtrl and lunrofc to form a junction with Gen. Hii:tt, wo was tlic officer selected by Gen Tliontus t come uut from Chattanooga, szt tin- foot of Lotikunt Valley, lay a pontoon bridge ovwr the Toimcsvje, and defend it till...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 September 1884

Ifsff-WS-- -iarw --T - THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON. D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER i, 1884. TISHUHKKS opcralloiis on tlie cast bank of the Yazoo. But two methods remained to return to Memphis and move 5n heavy force down through the interiorof Mississipplagainstthercar of Vicks burg, while tho navy threatened tho city in front ; or, to get past th.e city by way of tho Xiouisiaua shore, and ATTACK THE CITADEL rOSf BELOW. Gen. Grant had tried the first of these methods during tho previous December, and knew ite difficulties. Ho now chose tho latter course, nud early in April preparations were made for the southward luovomeut. 2Cino miles in'tho rear of Milhkou's Bend flows Willow Bayou, a deep stTitLin SO or 100 feet in width, which runs into Hie Mississippi at New Gnrthagc, 18 miles below YicUburg. From the river across to this bayou, bome miles above Millikcn's Bend, "was a channol, which it was proposed to flood by cutting the leveeand dredging out the ditch to aavigable depth, an...

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

mwmmWm mmwi wsmmm, WIkmW- F-ifiKSZZ?ri- - T-"V - $T" THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER i, 1884. S FIGHTING THEftJ OYER What Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. GHICKAMAUGA. The Stubborn Fight Sado by the 21st Ohio. To the Editor: I saw a letter from G. S. BoLiuson, Co. H, llutli HI., of Aug. 7, entitled, "Two Glimpses of the Field by a Wounded Man." I saw two or three glimpses of that bloody field, and one was the one that he de scribes, of the 21st Ohio at dark. We belonged to the Third Brigade, Third Division, Four teenth Corps. Our brigade consisted of the 38th Ind., ?9th Pa., and 21st Ohio, commanded by Col. Dambright, T&lujfe. Gen. Kcgley commanded the division. Ve were taken irom our brigade about 10 o'clock on Sunday and placed in the -wood on a long ridge in the rear of that small log house, to support a battery that belonged to Brannon's division. We were on the loft of the battery when "we first went on that ridge. The woods b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 September 1884

Hr -. z. j- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGT0N,40). 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1884; T. 10NAL (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED "WEEKLY. One Dollar per Xear, invariably In Advance. Jlix months, 75 cents. No subscription for a less period received. SPECIAL ASKOUXCEMET. JuVKEV scntvs, atiicrwisc than by registered letter, postal notes, jtosial monoy order, or draft on iTo Fork al &c ' sondcr. AGENTS. We employ no apente. The NatjoxAI, tTiuiJONE 1ms many volunteer ennrasscrs, and tfiey are onw honest and faithful ; but persons who confide thew subscriptions to ilicmmuslbc their oien pudges of tltctr responsibility. The paper will be cent C7ily on receipt of the subscription price. ADDREt&JH, RENEWALS, Etc. Addresses wiR he clianged as often as desired, but each subscriber eliouldin every ease give Uteotd as weU as m address. Jn rencummg. subscribers slmM be cartful tosendns Uic label on ike last paper received, and specify any cor rections or dtWHQes they desire made in name or ad dr...

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

Wl f.. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTONID. C, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1884? 53ts58! WASHINGTON GOSSIP, The Weftlly Collection ibont the Na tional Capital BciJT cmntcn boom, Alter these many years of denunciations by all tho pulpits and papers in the land of the "wickedness of Washington, it is suddenly dis covered that it is the greatest church-going city in the country. In every other city the Btauding complaint is that it is impossible to get people to church. From one-half to three quarters of the pews are unoccupied the year .around, oxcopt when there is a fashionable wedding, and during tho Summer months they are as deserted and lonesome as the store of tho man who does not advertise. But in Washing ton the churches are always well attended, and in many of tho leading ones it is impossible most of the time to get a scat, unless one is a pew-owncr. This is especially true of theSfc. John's Church, where the President worships. Even the seats in the gallery are taken up, and Bt or...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 September 1884

HiHMHHVgPaBB"9mi.U.WIL. JUPHOL ilH,,. , "4 :,-- - , rWmmMpms yersgSiw&SgtSnsS! rh v-- " ?. 1F --.--- --r -v- f," x-i.-m w,- Mtst-'-f J T- ' ' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINCTO, rD. 0.THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 18&. iK-ft-1 . J - JWfflWWrtW -irf gEh. Wr tHTX. I--- S"g --. f .--l ! I Jr'gig9C. Si-&T.-i-iT-cS3iIfcla-'?J'..Ti'"tT V" --"r THE GRAND ARMY. A Season of Reunions and Encamp ments. HEADQUARTERS NOTES. CeNHttitdcr Kouniz Visits Ike Comrades at Fort Wajc and Tiffin Organization of a Tost In South Carolina Gratlf) lag Aclhify Euryflhcrc National Bxadquahtees, G.A.R., Toledo, O., Aug. 29. The Indiana program of Commander-in-Chief Kountz "was carried, out to the letter, and he found a cordial welcomo Irom the Hooker boys and. a zeal in Grand Army affairs that was most grat lfyhig. Friday morning Geu. Kountz left for Fort Wayne, to be received by a delegation from Sion S. Bass Post, and assigned for entertain ment while theic to Comrade D. M. Foster, Senior Past Commander of S...

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

yra. ,k jrjr i-n- "vjSb. "Vfc. ft-v.-sy-!' . 5?w-'TE5g?- r3E S?3f25r-5,rf5; sssa?8Sis?saK S' ri'. C?- 5 i, , " '1' KtpS LOYALWOMP'SWORK Familiar Talks Seasonable Recipes. Woman's Exchange, Etc. The JTonsdiold. tCONOilY IN THE TABLE HINTS TO HOUSE- KEEPEES. DEAR Hocsnnot.i: 1 have been a soldier's -wlfo elnco 1S5S, and having a larce fajnily and a small Innnmo 1mf Ipnnicd tO COUk JUld kCCll llOUSC ill a very economical manner. I thought the readers of the Household would liko to know what 1 do with the stale bread that so many housckeeiers throw nway. Of course, if you live on a farm and raise chickens, the old bread comes m place, but even then much i& fed to them that might be utilized in cooking. Stale bread makes delicious griddle cakes when boaked &oft in cold water. Three small fclieea with water enough to cover tlicm should be suffi cient, when milk and flour are added to make jicarl v two quarts or batter. Some cooks prefer to put iii one cjjK. while others like them ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 September 1884

Jy-Sja ,- -,- sa-i-; j". c 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: ' WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1884. sj?tT?asw NEWS OF THE WEEK, Tie Nero from All Parts of the World. i RY KBES3MBHH 1 HF El B M A vi av ABKOA.D. The arsenal at Foo Chow, China, -which was destroyed by the French, cost $42,000,000, and the arms and ammunition stored there were valued at $140,000,000. The Frenches in the bombardment was but 6cven killed and 14 wounded, while the Chinese loss is .sti toated at 1,000 killed aud 300 wounded. It is reports that 80,000 Chinese troops invaded Tonqu.n last week, and had an enjiapcmout with the Frcn h, in which the latter were an nihilated, while the Chinese lost several thou sand. The Chinese seem very confident of the strength of the forts on the Mm Iliver, as they held out well ajraiust the French, whose pun boats were unable to get down the river for eoiue days. The Miu forts wore, however, Eilcurod on Tuesday, the Chinese soldiers run ning away in great confusion. The Fren...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 September 1884

SJ"'1 ipf" 7SiT l?TS" "? "' Jfettmtal rfmttt& 4 "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1884. as ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. VOL I7-N0. o.-WHG&p NO. 1& S&SKBfSSSS 7T M CIS-,' GEIL 0. 0. HOWARD'S Personal EeminisooaGGS of the War of the Bcheffion. GHAaSEAaSTOOGA'S BELIEF. Shesrmaia Hxirrfes Up to Grant's Assistance. THE GflffiKiBRAIS COMPARED The Force Gathered to Assail Gen. Bragg. by si a?.hkbk. o. o. howard, tj. e. a. IcorDHOBixa. n. raaaai beeejived. XXXIX. Thfirniovomouis which resulted in the battle of Wai&aiiBhfc wore but the preliminary steps to tike axeeatwu of Gen. Grant's plan of operations. This acibnftoed a battle -with the Confederate Gob. Bragg, wlio continued to sit threateningly before Chnitwioogii, and tiio freeing of East Tennessee of all Confederate occupancy. To effect Iris purpose Grant ordered Sher man to come to ns from the vicinity of the Mississippi with as ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 September 1884

trr P? H)WfW y: ,Stl!i THUJ NATIONAL TRIBOTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1834. SIPfcSSiSsgP lying hesSilc the -water which separated tbo islantis of Hataporfla and St. Jo. The .soldiers had turned hunters in the foro aoouj and many a deer had taken his last look at earth and sky and water, while the supply of beof whs quite sufficient for tho demands of the bhie-bleueed soldiery. And that speaks a great den? for tho number of cattle which, to gether wit about three inhabitants, possessed tho islands. 20 ENKMT YET. As vat we had not found tray enemy ecept tin $Uri, Stiff pines and countless burs that sad '.j interfered wltfi the l.nro of a rest, ca pe mliy in our state of uniform. I veriiy be lieve i never saw a more raSRed set of soldiers in my life. We hnd juBlfcoino from the long fruith -s maich on the Tceiia, and had gone on EfaipWoard beioro oar demands on tho Quarter ma ler hud been 'compiled with. Ah! those bur stick in my memory still. For asuiust tli ir sharp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 September 1884

IWWZWF WWfS'JWfflfl ;rj55gE355sr5gft9s!a S" -Sv - JSJ": & -' - -asp -"sj- "' s THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1884.' FIGHTING THElij OVER WlialOar Yeterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. CHANCELLORS VILLE. Gen. Dcvcns's Responsibility for Defeat. the Humiliating; To THi! Editod: I am reading "with gpcat in terest the stories of tlie war published in The Tribune, and particularly the.monosrahs of my old commander, uen. Howard, ana woum like to state a few facts that came under my own observation at the battle of Chancellors villo, partly in corroboration and partly sup plemental of the General's account of that aflair. I belonged to the non-commissioned staff of the Eleventh Corps, as courier to Gen. Howard and Col. Mcyscnbnrg, his Assistant Adjutant General. I was with the General on Saturday uiorninp;, May when Gen. Hookerrode along the outire trout of the Eleventh Corps, and know that ins icxi'ressioks or satisfaction with Gen. Howard'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 September 1884

rsi' W4iWm?T 5 3"72gJrr" v"y- 5o i we? -r"r THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1884.' tp The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) UtBLISHED 'WEEKLY. Ono IolIar per Tear, invariably in Adrnnco. fix months, 75 conte. No subscription for a loss period reooived. SF3SCTAX. AXNOCXCHSIEXT. 2&QKBY sent s, otherwise than hg rcfftslared Idler, postal netoe. ptet tmw order, or draft, on Soto Xork, l he at fheridc. ike tender. AGEH7$.Weei4oyinpmts. The Natioital. ITbxho his MMty rebirrfeer cwwaowrf, and fftc Br ffmmvBy honest md faiOtftd ; but persons who loitftde their mAmrlptitms i ttm must he their won udffe their rrtpemefbiittg. The pager xciU be Ktit bnly on receipt of the subscription price. AD&E&SES, JUSKEWAUS, Etc. Addresses tH )e chtmgot as eft m desired, Imt each subscriber j7touWN everycomepiretheoldastceUagiieicaddreK. In rcwminp.tidj0cr8eriihovldbecarcful tosmdvsthc aM emihetaMfH&erre&Mied, and pec4f my oor fectiom or changes ifcay...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 September 1884

pptfpSa pp twaKres-?! .sra?3!iws S5? 2 qsr irti WjTy: sw0?? g?&m&j&m Sjt 4rs ts-: ?gi Tl THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, 4D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 188 I'SSsSmV WASHINGTON GOSSIP, Tlie Weekly Collection ALout llie Na tional Capital SECEETASr rOLQEK'S DEATH. The Trcasnry Department was closed on tho Bth inst. on account of tlie death of the Secre tary. The massive pillars of the huilding present nsomh&r appearance Tvith their heavy draplngs of mourning. A meeting of the Chiefs of tho various Bureaus of the Treasury was lieldon the nioruixn? of tho 5th, and Comptrol ler Lawrouce, Commissioner Johnson. Treas urer Wjinau, Commissioner Evans andSolici tor 2ow Trere appointed a committee to draft reso lutions of r36pect to tha memory of th6 de ceased Secretary. Arrangements ivcre made to run a special train from this city to Geneva on the evening prior to tho obsequies (alargennm Tior of the employees -of the Treasury having exprost a desire to attend the funeral ),...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 September 1884

PJipPpj THE NATIONAL TIUBUffE: VVASriLNGCO ,1. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 188. - t ' ' ' ' '"U ' " e ' ' ' " . ' ' ' ' " '" ' " ' "T HE GRAND ARMY. i Anollicr Week of Gatherings of Old Comrades. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. Reunion of the Connnaa-lcr-In-CliIef's Old Itcsl Hiciit lHs Comrades Give Hlra a Splendid Eocritt ion Ills Sjtcecli General Orders, So. 3. National Headquakteks, G.A.E., Toledo, O., Sept. 8. Circular Letter No. 1 lias just been issued to the Dopartincnt Commanders, in which the Coinnmnder-iu-Cliiof invites suggestions lead in? to a concentrated movement all along the line in advancing the vital work of the Asso ciation, aud calls attention to orders which -will he issued from time to time, which will not be made public General Order, Xo. 2, is iu tho hands of the printer, announcing Aids-dc-Camp on tho staff of the Commander-in-Chief, and will be distributed the coming week. THE DEUarMEE-BOY'S REGIMENT. The recent Eeunion of the 37th Ohio at Wapakoneta, O., a few mile...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 September 1884

. Sii,-f; WSTrOTil1 IP fPPIlffl THE NATIONAL TEIBOTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1884. giMB?M. '. IML1... JL. LJBUM MgMMBBHWIWa BB M II LOYALWOMPSWORK Introiaotions TTliat Shall We Vcar? Household, etc. the ETiQUirr or ixxEODUcrxoys. The old yet over now question, ol etiq.net comes to ras ss to -jrlietlior it i3 proper to intro--duce -s-fzieucl, vrliomay be -with yon, "to a chance acquaintance) one may happen to meet on the street or on a round of shopping. The question is always spexploxing one to answer, since it is one that will not admit of a direct yes or no. Jake all questions involving taste and tact, it will not adjust itself to absolute rules. A few general suggestions may however, assist in reaching the true mean. Eor instance, you have a friend from out of town "who is your guest, and it is very natural that you should take her out for a little stroll through the town. Your first acquaintance on the -way happens to he an intimate iriend, Naturally-, you st...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 September 1884

reCTw J- " ,(!',! .h ,, THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1881. 8 awwaw waueuajwip iuii'imiil wi i. ma ,z nHHaoam 0 MEWS OF THE WEEK, Tkt Nevs from All Parts of the World. ABEOAX. The ravages of tlio cholera seem increasing in Italy. In Naples its ravages have been es peciaUy severe, owing to the filth in tho lower quarter of the city and the defective drainage. In the 2 J hours ending at sunrise on Tuesday f last wei'k the official bulletin showed the fol lowing flpurcs: Naples, 127 fresh cases, G5 deaths; Alexandria, one fresh case, one death; Bergamo, 22 fresh cases, eight deaths; Campo basso, five fresh cases, five deaths; Caserta, ono fresh case, no deaths; Cuneo, 29 fresh cases, 17 deaths; Genoa, 21 fresh rases, 1C deaths; Mo dena, three fresh cases, no deaths; Jlxissa Car rara, 11 fresh cases, niue deaths; Parma, three fresh cases, five deaths; Turin, 11 fresh cases, nine deaths. These figures may he taken as about an average for the "week, alth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 September 1884

2&!Sg. wfifmL f ' -fe -. J. ? Sftfifrfft Tttaffimai fotnttttt "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORliE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS:" WASHINGTON! D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1884. ESTABLISHED 1877.-NBW SERIES. YOL. IV-NO. 6. "WHOLE NO. 162 ''MTjS&'yW 0 AAJJrBi'jfcI GEHJ, 0. 0. BOWiR DS Personal Ecminiscenses of the War ioMhc Rebellion. LOOIKOTJrj: MOUNTAIN. Tfo ;Sjpaatasu3ar Battle Above tlie Gl omds. BDOEffiCUS GEWPvA3jSE33?: HowjK&JEscaped BeiaigGonn.ied Out of the FIgTit. BY MAJM5KN. O. O. HOWARD, TJ. S. .A. oMnldifcmmr-iAtx raoins atnsnnvED.l XL. If onc will draw a fishhook with the shank 1 tohl553uft audita convexity down, as I havc attempted in the sketch, it will fairly represent a section of the grand t)ld Tomiessce River just below the town of Chattanooga. The barb is the bridge of boats which the Confederates kept breaking by sending down trees and logs and the Nationals -watching and repairing during the effort of Gen. Bragg'to besiege the Army of the C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 September 1884

vj," , ?SR3 m-"1"'-'"" " , ITS' i" THE NATIONAL- TEIBIfflE: WASHINGTON, CD. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 188 1 out Imuafuls of white cloud upon the clear, luuc sky, or, stiifcr.ijj tiio cinbankineulk, tossed curt-loads or sand into the air, Goiug up. now, lo the Confederate line, ivc see Gen. CbbVs Brigade in tho sunken road, the men Jviu? down olosc behind the stone nail, fuliy'iirotecteL Thoy wait for the given signal. Up from the shelter of thebank on theyrcstcrn Tergc of the meadow rips Uio advancing bri gades. I hce the men drop a whole platoon vvbore a shell does its fwirfnl ivwrk. The green grass is dotted with men in blue buddonly stricken down, but onward rolls the wavo to ivards t&c bights. I behold a line of light, and a white sulphurous cloud burst out from tho base of I h bill. Every rouskt in Crib's Bri gade has flamed. It is a fearful daughter. The anon in blue come to a standstill. Tho men on the rijr'-t gam the shelter of a house and bawl, bui t on the left are i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 18 September 1884

J-' J- &- - 'S t'j7 THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON,-D. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1884: FIGHTING THE&f OVER What Our Ycicrans Have lo Say About Their Old Campaigns. THE FIGHT .AT MOSCOW, And ilicEart the Cist B. S. Colored Troops Took in the Action. To Tun Editor: I send for publication my xiews regarding the fight at Moscow, Tcmi., J)ec 4, 1SG3. I have been much surprised in reading accounts in Tin: Tiuhune -written by fiurby, J. J. Bailev, 9th 111. Cav., and by " Co. L, 7th 111. Cav.," Fairfield, Neb. As my regi ment (2d W. Tonn., afterwards "known as the 61st TJ. S. Colored Troops,) was stationed at Moscow, Teun., for eouic lime previous to and after the affair of the 4th of December, 1SG3, 1 claim to know something about it. On the afternoon of tho 3d of December, 1SG3, one of the members of the regiment crossed the &outh fork of Woll River and was surprised, to seo large bodies of the enemy taking position about one-halt imlo from the river, llieir object, no dou...

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