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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 November 1884

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 183J.' The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) Published weekly. One 2ollar per Xcar, .Invariably In Advance. be montJia, 7 cents. No subscription for a less period received. SPECIAL ANNOUNCE3IENT. HONEY sent us, otherwise than by registered Idler, postal notes, jxwfal money order, or drajl on yew York, icill be at the risk of Uic sendsr. AGENTS. lVc employ no agents. The National Tiuncsii has many volunteer eanrassers, and tficy arc generally honest and faithful; but persons tcho confide their subscriptions to than must be their ourn judges of their responsibility. The paper will be eent only on rcaipl of the subscription price, ADDP.ESSJX, RENEWALS, ElcAddrcffcs trrtl be cJiangcd as often as desired, but cadi subscriber should in every cascgirc the old as tcdl as nctc address. In ren cwing. subscribers should be careful to send us the label on the last paper received, and specify any cor rections or cJmugcs they desi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 November 1884

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1834. WASHINGTON GOSSIP, Tiio Weekly Collection About the Na tional Capital. TOTE SWAI3I COUKT-SrARTIAL. It has been the correct thing for the last week or more for overybody in the city to take a look in upon the Swaim court-martial. As ought to be tbo case when so important a per son as the Judge Advocate of the UnitodStates Army is on trial, this is a very imposing trib unal. Gen. Swaim's rank being that of Brigadier-General, the couit had to be composed of officers of nearly corresponding rank, and the President had to be a Major-Gcnernl. The lirst hitch camo here. As there were per sonal reasons why neither Hancock nor Pope could act, the choice was confined to Scho field. He admitted to some prejudice againbt tho defendant, but as he dechued that this would not prevent his giving a fair and just verdict, he was admitted, though against the protest of Swaim's counsel. He makes a very imposing figure, as, attired in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 November 1884

THE NATIONAL TRlliUiNl: WASHINGTON, iD. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1884. THE GRAND ARMY. A letter from Gen. Bcath Depart mcnl News. To toe Editor: In your issno of Oct. 16, Comrade Billings, commanding Department of Massachusetts, replied to some criticisms rel ative to the title of a Post in that Department when the name was not of a decca-cd soldier, but of one, on the contrary, who was moving about quite lively for a man of his years. Comrade Billfnss rightly replied to the effect that no law had been violated ; that the name had been legally adopted before the later restrictions in the rules, lie did me the honor to state that I had informed him that the amendments to the article in question had been made in 1S9, but that he was led to inter that I was in error as to the date by a reference to this subject in the report of the Judge Advocate-General to the Encampment which met in Washington, 3ray 12, lc70. I was right as to the general amendment to the liules, but not in its app...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 November 1884

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1884. LOYAL WOMAN'S WORK o Woolen Clothing The Household Conversation Club. It is no new theory Dr. Jaeger, an eminent German Professor, hasproinulKated, that woolen clothing is mnch more conducive to health than that which is made of silks, linen or cotton, and yet to him must he attributed the credit of formulating a theory which would make woolen clothing the rule, instead of the excep tion, in our daily apparel. And not only would he apply it to our clothing, hut to our hedding as well. In short, he would continue the flan nel swathing of infants into mature age, and make not only our upper and nether garments, hut their very linings and paddings exclusively of wool. Dr. Jaeger reasons that wool i3 T1IK XATCKAL COVEKING OF THE BODY, ridding it of poisonous emanations, whilo it supplies protection and warmth, hut that cot ton and linen arc dead materials, which retain noxious emanations and poison the body. Silk, hci...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 November 1884

JVJij' --." xsfi' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, B. S, (THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1834. .J. Sw.J NEWS OF THE WEEK, The News from All Paris of the World. ABROAD. The Iaatli is reported to bo IS lionrs' march from Khartoum. Disease is making great ravages anion? bis followers, fully 100 of whom are dying daily. The Sheikh .Morgana, with a large force of followers, has arrived at a point midway between Kassala and Berber. His purpose is to lend assistance to Gen. Gordon. Advices from Wady Haifa state that British troops arc arriving there and departing for tbo front with noteworthy rapidity. The advance berond Dongola will be impossible for a month to "come. It is reported that 500 of the Mnhdi's followers have- joined Gen. Gordon's forces. The negotiations between Earl Granville, tbo British" Foreign Secretary, l tno Marquis Tseng, the Chinese Ambassador, with a view to the settlement of the difficulties between France and China, have failed. The Chinese Govern ment offers France 75,0...

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

-- " "StZtt "r"-3. ---( v .-v.'i Ts?" v--sgvsSvv? Vs j"3asw"H "K&fis? W" 1, --V irv-- - ssr" v5.-af- , i SV "V g 1 s&- i . if ; Maticnmt v "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877 -NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, , DECEMBER 4, 1884. VOL-1 NO. 17 -WHOLE NO. 173.' " XT " "' J"5v . a. & ii-J Y - . k - t i x . Lj- vB 4MIg "ENGIEJJIEYES; The Great Story of "Capturing a Locomotive." PERSONAL PICTUHES. Some of the Leaders in the Wild Enterprise. DECEPTION IN" WAR. The Author Considers the Moral Questions Involved. BY" REV. WIT. riTTEXGEE. OOrVitlGIlTEO, 1SS1. Chapter III. COMPANIONS and incidents. Who was this Mr. Andrews, from whom we had just parted in stonn and darkness, tbe man from whose brain sprang the Chat tanooga Railroad. Expedition, and to whose keeping we had so fearlessly committed our lives ? Few of ns knew much abou t him at that time, but became wiser afterwards. As he is the hero of the earlier part of...

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

jj,v viii- JP- - jsii3 - "S."n - ' :::.' 4l s-"V-?-' fctol "'i" W" -- " . THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1884; X JH , STEER J, W. il Mysterious Visitor Who Saved a Ship's Crew. About two years ago I hrfc tho service. I was tired ot it, ami as I wanted some more exciting employment I joinsid a whaler. We wen; un-lueky-somehovr I bring no luck anywhere and vc wtrc nearly empty. Wc were cruising up hero to the north, and were thinking of umking for home, as the weather had changed and tho ice forms precious quirk in those latitudes when it once begins. TJic L'aptain natumlly wattled to hang on to the last for the chance : aaother haul. One W.ht afternoon, just after eight hells, I rondo up the log and took it to the Captain's cabin. 1 knocked at the door, and, as nobody an&rorcl, 1 walked iu. 1 thought it odd the Captain hadn't answered me, for," there he was sitting at his desk, with his back to me, writ ing. Si'esng he was employed, I told him I ha...

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

--., -IVr- " THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1884. "w Tfurift- FIGHTING THEBJ OYER, lYliat Our Veterans Have to Say About Tlicir Old Campaigns. PORT GIBSON. - "Who Ct.jnmencoi the Fight ! To the Editor: I have felt very much in terested In reading your valuable paper, and particularly so in the lively skirmish the hoys are ltavingin Tun Tribune over the battle of Port Gibson, Magnolia Church, or Thompson 11:11, as it is variously named. As 1 happened to bo there also, 1 have quite a distinct recol lection r some events thai occurred on that eventful day, and also the day and night pre ceding. I will only afsumc to state what I saw and know took place in the vicinity where my regiment was posted ; and a departure from that rule has evidently led Comrades i'Yy, Mason, Swiirnrtand Morris into some mistakes, unin tentional, of course, some of which 1 may notice hereafter. 1 will speak at present of Comrade Morris's letter 5:i your issue of the 30th of Octob...

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

i v "f fc,' ""' . -i "", ' 4 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1884. ' & The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. C;ic Dollar per Xear, Shvariably in Advance. El months, 75 cents. No subscription for n loss period received. SrECIAIi ANNOUNCEMENT. 2JOHEV sent vs, otherwise than by registered Idler, ftoslal notes, poelal money order, or drofl on Xcw York, will be al Ike rwfc of the sender. AGEKT3. We employ no agents. The National TcnJOT.'E hes tneuty volunteer canrasscrs, end they are genera!': honest and faithful; but persons wlto confide their cvbscriplions to tlmn must be their own judges of ihctr rcspqHsibUily. Thcpapcr will be sent only on rccrfjrf ofthesubecriplion price. ADDKE&SLS, JinXLWAIsS, Mc Addresses will Lc cltangcd as ofitn as desired, but each subscriber diouldin crcry care give the old as well as neic address. Jn renewing, sfdscribersshoidd Lc careful loscnd us the laid on the last paper rcceiicd, and sjtccify an...

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

-t-'! ' -. "4" f ; K?..-S5RSSB -", a? i - -' r- V SifJRiiS vi"p; --c - H'5 w- -wk--' Xr'jS?-' V VM2?e"- Tr '-'.a.-'v- - j -4, TTJ-' .?- --?"? THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,? D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1884. WASHINGTON GOSSIP. a The Weekly Collection About the Na tional Capital. A SOdAi 7AE. Tor many years. Indianapolis society has "been disturbed by the rivalries of factions led respectively by Mrs. Hendricks and Mrs. Mc Donald. iich have had a strong body of ad herents and the war has sometimes become quilo bitter. Mrs. Hendricks has had the ad vantage of superior wealth and the superior political successes of her husband, with a good deal of assumed superiority of ancestry. On the other hand, es-Scnator McDonald is gen erally considered abler, and is certainly more popular than cx-Gov. Hendricks, and his wife is much the more brilliant and attractive of tho two ladies. It is popularly believed that Mrs. Hendricks's influence has prevented Gov. Hendricks from giving way two or...

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

s. -t-'W X-,3-- 3jj - S 6 THE GRMD ARMY, The Commander -in -Cliiers Tour Through New England. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. TIie'Irnmnirr Hoy of Minion Ridge" Anion? the Ynnfctes Entli-MaMic Rer-'.tions Eterjuhert The Camp-Fires lir.'ghil) Burning at All Point Ausr Down East. Commander-iii-Chief ICountz returned from his New England tour in time to spend Thanks-givm-: with"" his family, deeply imprc-sed with the fraternal comradeship and generous hospi tality of the Grand Arai'y of the Puritan hills. He is warmly enthusiastic over the cordial re ception every where tendered him. and proudly reports the growth of inteiest and membership in cich Department visited. Leaving Toledo Friday, Nov. 11, with Judge- .Advocate-General Austin, of his staff, he proceeded to Boston di rect, where the -tarty was met at the depot Saturday evening by Department Commander Hillings and escorted to Young's Ilotel, where they were the recipients of BOSTON'S rr.OUDEST WELCOME during their entire stay. A complet...

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

ijrTifr'ec'' '5?; '-c - - "4 -vV- ""' -v ex- :v- v?U. e - THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1884. . ? u . vv ici yr"-' -.-jgsains? LOYALWOMP'SWORK Winter Pastime FasMons The Household. THE TRTBUNi: GAME. Several of our young frienps have written to ask for some kind of an indoor game or diver sion which would holp them pass the hours a little thought and caro may make as varied and inlorestiux as you choose. Of course, you can ask any questions you like; the more you ask, the Arbiter the merriment. There is no romping in the game, but any amount of fun, pure and simple. This is the way to begin your game. Prepare a lot of small pieces of paper, each large enough to write the word "Yes " or "No," and then choose somo one quick at asking questions, to be known as "Asker." Or, you may take your turns at asking questions, as a -greater variety is thus secured, since no two "minds think just alike. -The asker distributes to each a slip of paper, upon which mu...

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

&" --v: 'ra vr J- -J" ? ?ir ,$.,-- -;'- -"" -t -a THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1884 8 " r-c. NEWS OF THE WEEK. The News from All Parts of the World. ' ABBOAD. The English arc again attempting: to medi-&U- lictwcf n Franco and China, and the nego tiations this time scc:n to indicate a solution of the diiliculty in the near future. Tho French, though, still keep up a warlike front, and have 0,0'jO troops ready to ship to China at a moment's notice. Admiral De Pagua is at Hour Ivo'igvuth his fleet and Admiral Lespcs still remains before Kelung. Chinese mobs arc still terrorizing the Christians in various parts of the Empire, and at liong Kong the entire Christian settlement has been razed to tho ground. Paris has resumed its usual appear ance. 3t is estimated that the total number of deaths by tho recent inroad of cholera will reach SG6. There are still a few cases of cholera in fncdirticr quarters of the city. Fully 100.000 people left P.uis du...

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

JiTattmrai mamtt "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS," p) ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1884. VOL. IY-NO. 18.-WH0LE NO. 174' "ENGINE THIEYES." - Tho Great Story of "Capturing a Locomotive." IN THE CTJIBEEIiAKDS. Sitting at the Hearthstones of Fierce Secessionists. PLATING HYPOCRITES. Unexpected Obstacle in Cross ing the Tennessee River. BY BT".V. WM. PITTEGKE. COPYRIGHTED, 15S1. CHArTEK III continued. Others of our party -were occasionally seen trudging along in the dreary rain, and some times we went with them a little way, but mostly we kept by ourselves. Shortly after noon we crossed Duck River, and entered Manchester, stopping just long enough to get the names of some of the prominent se cessionists .along our proposed route, that we might always have some one to inquire for, and be recommended from one influen tial man to another. Nightfall this evening (Tuesday) found us still several miles from Hill...

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

tr THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 18SJ, brm fooves north towards Taylor's Hill to turn the Confederate flank. He reaches the canal to find that the planks have been taken up. "Take planks and hoards from the nearest houses,"' is the order to the pioneers; hut hefore they can get them the Confederate cannon open a destructive fire. Gibbon has only 2,000 men, and he cannot expect to lay a bridge ind charge np the hill with so few. Gen. Howe moves towards Hazel .Run to turn the Confederate right, but the Confed erate cannon open upon him, and he dis covers that Early has his troops advantage ous! v posted. IVhal shall be done? Sedgwick had hoped to surprise the Confederates, but they are prepared for him. Gen. Hooker assured him that Uitc was only a small force in front He has expected Sedgwick to march straight out on the Chancellorsville road, but he is confronted by 9,000 men. In De cember, w lien Snuiner with -10,000 attempted to carry the bights, L...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, ;D. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1884. FIGffTING THEHJ OYER, What Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. PETERSBURG. The Capture of the Kcuel Pickets In Front of Fort Hell. - To ran Emtok: In your issno of Oct. 23, no Cajit.' L'ob't II. Taylor, Co. G, COth Jnd., "spreads" himself on what ho calls ' How tho picket-line was captured in front of Fort JIcll .Sedgwick;, Va.f kept. 10, 1SG4," and wants every man who was in that little affair to have somcthintf to say concerning it. Now, if all the boys would say just what they know about it, and the truth, the Captain would be the laughingstock of the Nation, as your truly good paper reaches almost every ex Boldier, both North, South, East, and West. The truth of tho matter is, that Gen. Han cock planned the attack, and not our worthy Captain, and intrusted its execution to Brevet Brig.-Geu. E. li. Biles, of the 93th Ta., who conducted it successfully. On Sept. 7, lfcCJ, Gen. Hancock, with a por...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, ,t. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1881. The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year, 2nvariably In Advance. 5Ix months, 75 cents. No subscription for a less period received. SPECIAL ANNOUXCEMEST. 3IOXEY sent us, otherwise than by registered letter, postal notes, postal money order, or draft on Xcto York, wQl be at the rid; of the sender. A GEXT& We employ no agents. THE NATIONAI, Tribune has many volunteer canrasscrs, and they arc general!; honest and faithful; but persons trio confidc.their cuhfcriplions to than must be Ihcir oicn judges of their responsibility. The paper trill be sent only on receipt of the subicriplion price, ADDRESSES, RENEWALS, Etc. Addresses icill be cliangcd as often as desired, but cadi subscriber should in every cote give the old as tccil as new address. In rcn ctcing, subscribers should be careful to send us the label on Uic last jxjtxt received, and specify any cor rections or changes t...

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

- J THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1884.' WASHINGTON GOSSIP, The Weekly Collection About the Na- tional Capital. THE STATUE OF EEAK-ADiriKAt. DTJFOKT ins been placed upon its pedestal in the circle that bears the name of the naval hero, and will be unvailed with appropriate ceremonies in a few days. The statue is of heroic size, and in gen eral appearance is similar to that of Admiral Parragut. It is of bronze, 10 feet in bight, and both, the design -and the execution are excel lent. It represents the Admiral in full naval uniform, with the insignia of rank, his sword hanging at his side and a marine glass in his hands. lie may easily be imagined as stand ing on the deck of his flagship at a moment of danger, which calls into action all his qualities as a commander, lie seems to be looking sea ward, the glass, just lowered from the eyes, - being held in both hands at the waist. The face is calm, earnest, and thoughtful, and the ivhole figure is quite...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1884. THE GRAND ARMY; Asparimcnt News Election of Post Officers, Etc. CALIFORNIA. 3. llftlieritiKlon. Kureka: The lady friends of C. I. "Wliipii.e Putt, Xo. 19, Department of California, Hie moit westerly Post on the continent, proentcd it willi n beautiful fcillc banner, appropriately in wribctl with name and numlicrof I'ozU Thin is a comparatively new Post, and we are so far wot we have very little coiiiniuiiiiMtuui with the G.A.K. in Kviivnil, except through your valuable paper. It was Malted and organized by a. Massachusetts boy of the 21M Ke;rt, tonncrly of Pom CI. It is leeruil inn Mcndily, and is an active, energetic Post of about 50 members. COLORADO. General Orders, No. 15, issued nt Longniontt Colo., the lSth inst.. by order of Hyron is. Cnrr, Department Coiutnnndir, Eben White, A. -A. U. nre tts lollows: The. -.iMh mutual Encampment of the- Department of Colorado will convene nt A. Lincoln Hall, Denver, on Wed...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1884. LOYALWOMP'SWORK Sensible Hints as to the Prcscrration of Health. HEALTH IN WINTER. A correspondent of Thk Tribune writes tho Editor that she has very good health whilo tho pleasant Summer weather lasts, and that even in the Fallsho is comparatively well, but adds: "As soon as the first frost conies I am taken .with a severe cold which lasts all Will tor long." She wants to know a remedy; also, if it is bet ter to be housed up all Winter or to go out and face the weather and let the cold run its course. 2ov, there are so many remedies for colds, and each equally good in ita way, that tho -Editor simply suggests that one of these bo used to break up the cold, for certainly it is, in this case, a common cold, or tho suflercr would not bo well through tho Summer months. Tho cold arrested, it can bo cured, and permanently, too, by observing the following rules : . . Take daily exercise in the open air. A good, brisk wa...

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