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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1885

-.p -f'"; .,(T &eJtJ- 3- " '- -KTt S i-V. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON) D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11885. "- j"". ft'-' " T The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED "WEEKLY. Ono Uollar per Year, Ziivariably fn Advance. lx months, 75 cents. No subscription for a less xcriod received. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. 2I0EY sent us, othenvise than by registered letter, postal notes, postal money order, or draft on Kcw York, urill be al the risk of Uic sender. AGEXTS.Wc employ no agents. The National Tuiccke has many volunteer canvassers, and they arc generally honest and faWiful; but persons who confide their subscriptions to than must be their own judges of their rcsponsibiWy. The paper vtill ba sent only on receipt of the subscription price. ADDIiESSEF, RENEWALS, Etc. Addresses trill lie cJiangcd as oflcn as desired, but cacli. subscriber ehotddin every cojc girc Ihcoldasiccll as new address. ?n rcncuring.sulscribcrsshoidd becarcful tosendus the label on the last paper received,...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1885

"& ! - f-SV' . .fc"- O JC S- " THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON;! D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1885. '.t iy '& p. s N- iP ftf J WASHINGTON GOSSIP, Tlie Weekly Collection About the Na tional Capital. -' DEPRESSION IX CABINET STAKING. Tho past week has becu marked by an alarm ing stagnation in the hitherto active business of making Cabinets for the President-elect. The people who could name the entire seven of tho staff of the new Executive with the greatest confidence have become much fewer in number, and the confidence of the remainder is j.ot so iron-hooped and double-clcatcd as it was. l.'eifher do the groups in tho hotel listen with bo much eagerness to the gentleman "just from .Albany," or wlro has seen another gentleman directly from that political Mecca. The latest ndviccs from Albany aro that llr. Cleveland follows Polonius's advice to " Give every man thine car, but few thy voice." He is an admirable listener, while his talent for holding his tongue is unsurpassed. Co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1885

'J"'..- "&lxp """ "-.'.'5-t3',"3k,'t' '"i- " c THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1885. -' ' . f THE GRAND ARMY, Post Elections News from the De partments. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. The Conuuatiiler-iii-Uliicr's Eastern Tour The Na tional Encampment. Toledo, O., Dec. 27, ISS-i. Commander-in-Chief Kouutz spent Christ mas very quietly with his happy little family, and Adj't-Gen. Alcorn, accompanied by his vife and children, visited Wood County to participate in a family reunion. National Headquarters has been in the care of its pre siding genius, our fair and taientcd National Secretary Woman's lielief Corps. Miss Emma D. Sibley, who is herself the embodiment of all that is lovely and sweet in the new dispensa tion which our loyal women arc building upon Euch an enduring basis. Happening in upon the National Secretary this morning, your correspondent found her as usual at her neat little desk, with all her let ters and papers assorted for reply; beside them ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1885

,- 'V'it '--7 !S4' ; . acr- tfw THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1885. - '""'V- LOYALWOMP'SWORK The Household Experience Meeting. Conversation Club. Among numerous letters received testifying to the -value of the department devoted to woman's work arc the following, which have been selected because they contain bints aud suggestions of value not only to our contribu tors, but to the editor of the department as well. It is always best to be accurate in details when giving recipes or directions which must be learned by the book. The youu : housewife who has had little practical cxper encc could not be expected to know by instinct that cot tage pudding is equally good baked or steamed ; also, that should she want to steam it the time required would be longer than to hake it. To steam it would require at least -10 minutes, while to bake it would take but 20 minutes. Again, the housewife could not be expected to know that the water must be boiliugin the pot w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 January 1885

."- -. 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1885. NEWS OF THE WEEK, m The Nc7S from AH Parts of the World. ABIIOAD. A dispatch from Shanghai says that 85,000 Chinese troops under Li llung Chang aro imaged at Pei Ho. The works at Fort Arthur, vj the Gulf of To Chi Lu, built by German ar tillery officers, make the strongest fortress in the north of China. They arc mounted with heavy Gatl.ng and Nordcnfeidt guns. The entrance to the port is guarded with torpedoes. The Chinese have warned the French that they intend to make an attack. Letters from the French fieet at JCelaug state that Admiral Courhet is ill and worried over his forced in action. It is feared that he cannot continue the operations. The blockade has no results. The mortality among the French troops is in creasing. A number of bandits entered a Catholic church aud the house of the priest at Cortclos, in Spanish Galicia, last week, for the purpose of pillage. Failing to get money, they lied the pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 January 1885

ij , ---"v-f v- .--. - JCr- 1 - ffnET " t- - - J - Itttfc .si?r:-a!S Irm. - -Jftr1 dgas-E5tvse Jfl&Stt&jF' rrr. J. - z?t . &..- "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1885. VOL. IY-NO. 22.-WHOLE NO. 178: ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. ,. :& ffgttormu. on the teche; Soldiering Amid the Bayous of Louisiana. "SOFT DUTY." "Veterans Taking Their Ease Amid the Orange Groves. COURTING THE CREOLES. The Bloody End of the Banks Expedition. fcY FBANK H. 2JAS0N AND JOHN W. FBY, 42D OHIO. In obedience to the request of Comrade K. H. Martin we cheerfully resume our nar rative of and glance briefly at the operations of Gen. Bants in the Teche Country, in Southwestern Louisiana. "We regret that we cannot accommodate the comrades inter ested, with an intelligent resume of the Eed River campaign. Our data of that DISASTROUS COTTON BAID are very meager; not sufficient, in fact, to justify an attempt to prepare a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 January 1885

,5- 3f" V" -"iy "' P THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1885. 2 -r,"" rt- Foster camo with two brigades on transports, but could not laud. Geu. Siiinola started from New Berne, but was confronted by tho Con sederato eavalrv at Blount's Mills and turned back. Gen. Foster was making arrangements for a conibinod attack upon Hill, when sud denly not a Confederate soldier was to be seen, for Hill was on his way northward tooin LongstrceL in bis attack upoiiuflblk. Ho had mado Gen. Foster bclicvo that ho had a largo force that Long-trect was on his way to join him. Gen. Foster had senior ro-cnforeeinents. He was promised 10,003 men-, 3,030 were to be sent to him from Suffolk. We come to April 30. The iroops from Gen. Peck's command are on the cars. In a few minutes they will be on their way to Norfolk, " Tvherc transports are waiting to take them to North Carolina. Yorv singularfsro some of the events of tho - war. Jut beftea the train starts Gen. Feck receives ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 January 1885

ir -& isi-a J- . 1$.VSt&ii'i&W" 3 "V" THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1835. FIGHTING. THE1J OVER. What Out Veterans Ilavc to Say About Their Old Campaigns. GETTYSBURG. The Rebel Repulse at Little Round Top. To the Editor: I have been an interested reader of your jmper for some time, and have been especially interested in its historical arti cles, particularly Gen. Howard's stury of the battle of Gettysburg, which is running in your current numbers. In your issue of Dec. 18 Gen. Howard con tinues his account, and in the latter part gives an account of theengagementon our leftand tho saving of tho position of Little Round Top. He states that Gen. Warren, Chief Engineer, having ascended to the signal station on Little Hound Top, and discovering Hood's advance, turned about for troops to meet it, and that tho first troops he met were O'Rorke's (140th N. Y.) regiment of Ayres's Division, Sykes's Corps, which he posted at once in position. Alter t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 January 1885

k THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON' D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1885: V Matt at tdtdttmt? ro, JJAUUimL. JLIUlJUim (Established 1S77.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Collar per Year, " 2avari:iuly In Advance. fell months, 75 cents. No subscription for n less period received. SPECIAL AyXOUXCEMEJrT. JUOXEY sent its, otherwise than by registered Idler, postal notes, postal twency ordcrr or draft on Acta York, trill be at the risk of the sender. AGENTS We employ no agents. Trn; NattoicaIj Teidcse has mar.y volunteer canvassers, and they re generally henci and faiUtftd; but. persons who confide their subscriptions to them mvsl be their own fudges of their responsibility. The paper will be cent only on receipt of the svbecription price. ADDRESSES, RENEWALS, Etc. Addresses will be clianged as often as desired, but each subscriber should in every case give the old as rccit as new address. In reneiring. subicribers should becarcful loscnd vs the label on the last paper recched, and specify any cor rec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 January 1885

i, - -r - - M v - r5SJfTSlr --iS(S4 -5 jr "Y -J? "?y? -" . S)SV 1, SJ " w ' '. -1 J V THE STAUOtfAL TRIBUNE: TVASHDreTQNjD. 0'., THURSDAY, JA3STUARY 8, 1885. WASHINGTON GOSSIP. Tlie Opening of the Year of Our Lord 1S85 at the National Capital. KETV YEAES' DAY. Xcw Years' Dav is a great occasion at this scat of Government for tho 60.000,000 people ivbodwoll in reasonable con tent men t and pros j erity beneath, the folds of the Star Spangled inner. There is talk every little while of i c "decay of the pleasant social custom of rc j wing ouVsacqnaiutances at the beginning of i year," but. in spile of this, the published ;s of ladies who will receive calls become - ch longer everywhere every year, and i -ry where there arc more men and men . .or in years adopting a custom which is per and. pleasant in every way. To get : .ay from the drive and worry of business at j ust one working day of the year and spend it "" anting up one's friends and fallowing an inter- st in their health and pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 January 1885

6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1885. THE GRAND ARMY, The New Year Opens Briskly News From the Departments. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. Toledo, O., Jan. 3, 1SS5. The new year has opened brightly, with everything moving briskly at Headquarters. Jscw Year's day w.is given up largely to social festivities, winding up with a reception in the evening, given at Headquarters by the Na tional officers of the Woman's Relief Corps. Commander-in Chief Kouutz, Adj't-Gen. Al corn, and many friends of tho Relief Corps in and out of Grand Army circles.were present, and a delightful social evening was passed. Monday evening Commander Kountz and staff visit Wiley Post, at Bowling Green, O., and Thursday evening next go to Bcllevuc, to be present on each occasion at tho installation of ofliecrs, followed by a special reception. The Commander-in-Chief leaves on Saturday, tho 11th, for his Eastern trip, and wili be at Wash ington on the 19th of January, to be present at tho c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 January 1885

si? v; '-."v ' "- -'i" ,T 1"2"-J vi.. e 'C-t.31 J-2' v-' & t- g j. . -v JJ-'. ew?fi" -Pgf jJagrSl-"-- c' -g-.sjcfer' - Tt- g- - t--- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: -WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1885. - LOYALWOMP'SWORK Household Work for Winter Con- versation. Club, etc. MID-WINTER tVOKK. The holidays nro over. Tho csciterneut at tendant upon tho days of gift-making and special' stitching, sewing and embroidery has quieted down. Housekeepers experience a relaxation in their labors, since the family clothing has been provided for tho seasou, and have time for something more than comes in tho ordinary line of darning and repairing. The girls of'the family are through with then dressmaking and the fitting and fashioning of garments for dress wear. Time is at the dis posal of all. WHAT SHALL BE DONE Y7TTH IT. To this the thrifty, fortified by forethought and trained by experience, will make ready answer. "What, indeed, but to turn presses and bureaus wrong side out; inspect the bed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 8 January 1885

ft-5?''"-C--''f 5 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0.. THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1885: NEWS OF THE WEEK, m TIio News from AH Parts of the World. ABBOAD. The English troops arc still moving in the direction of Khartoum. Gen. Gordon's army is reported to be in good condition in Khar toum, and well ahlc U repel any attacks of the rebels. ThcMahdi recently told his principal chiefs that he intended to march against the Mudir of Dongola, and they expressed their willingness to follow if lie would go in front, so as to charm off the bullets of the enemy. The JIahdi, net feeling paiticularly enthusiastic over this scheme, told his followers the next morning that he dreamed during the night that the lludir was a saint, against whom it was useless to fight. The earthquake shocks in Spain continued for some dajs, and pro duced the greatest alarm among the inhab itants. The work of removing the debris at Malaga, Alhama and Santa Cruz is progressing. .Alhama and Sauta Cruz were completely de s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 January 1885

" f?- . ? i5&jSa - V v vt; , - -i-c- "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE; AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1885. ESTABLISHED 1877 -NEW SERIES. YOL. IY-NO. 23.-WHOLE NO. 179. - - -,- A-rV", Mattmtax GE1L 0. 0. HOWARD'S Personal Reminiscences of the War of the Rebellion THE, THIRD DAY Of the Battle of Gettys burg. THE AWFUL CA2TNONADE Carried on by More than 200 Guns. PICKETT'S GRAND CHARGE The Terrible Carnage that Ac companied Lee's Last Effort BY MAJ.-GEX. O. O. IKNYAItl), TJ. S. A. eOrYKIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS KESERVED.J XLVIII. It is not always the case that the charac teristics of a young man at school or college remain the same in after life, for he often develops powers that have heeu dormant and etrenglhcns faculties that were at first weak and unnoticeahle : but in the case of Gen. Thos. H. Euger the marked characteristics of his school day3 have followed him, to be even more observable in his active manhood. Deliberative, cautiou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 January 1885

eT ' '' , ': iJ5ffJ" ya. "rrv ' ":?. SV '- V ? THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, 0. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1885. - the Confederacy. Al the time of my remark at the Frank P. Plair Post I ivas not in pos session of this particular letter, but I knew of the opinions of Sir. Stephens, which were then shared by many of the most intelligent men of Georgia. Permit me in this con nection to copy another captured document, -rcbich was printed in the Kew York Times of Jlarch 15, 1EG2: Copy. WAbiij5XO:t Jan. 1, 1801. .MvDeaj: Sin: On tlicotbcr side isacopy of reso lutions adopted at a consultation of the Senators from tlic seeedinjr States, in which Georgia, Ala bama, Loui-ina, Arkansas, Texas, Jlitsissippi.and Florida wki present, r This idea of the meeting wni that the States '(should rn out at once and -provide for the early orK'ti, f a .Confederate Government, not later than 15lh February. This time is allowed to enable Louisiana and Texas to participate. It "teemed to bu the opinion th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 January 1885

"y-vr 3er-,y-3g;-'5f5fTSJ'',ife8Ji''- -"2Sf ' "vKjak j,-ss -sr-?R"'svi 5w4r!?ss5 vj:V- ".'" ISjjr-" t THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1885; FITTING THEff OVER, Wlial Our Veterans Hare lo Say About Their Old Camiiai'sns. -'BIG RIVER BRIDGE, And the rfclit Between Co. 1 3M III., nod Jeff Thompson! 31cn. To Tin: Editor: About the 10th of August, 16G1. there lauded at Jiloouiinjjtou, 111., a squad of Bureau County boys, headed by Isaac 11. Elliott, a young "Ami Arbor" graduate from Princeton, and there meeting a- like tquad from Knox Co., 111., Co. E, with 96 men, was formed, and became a part of the "Normal" regiment, of which the people of Blooiiiiiigton were justly proud and fraternally watchful; opening their doors, their purees and their hearts to them on every available occasion, bidding them Godspeed as their tons, and kill ing the latted call upon their return. Elliott was elected our Captain ; Mr. Stone, of Goles burg, First Lieutenant; J. E. Bryant...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 January 1885

f THU NATIONAL TRIBUS2: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, " ISSo. The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Ono Dollar per Xenr, 3nvariably in Advance. ffct months, 75 cents. No subscription for a less period received. firECJAT, AXSOUKCEarEST. lIOXEY sent vs, othcrtcisc than by registered Idler, postal notes, postal money order, or draft on Xeio York, trill be at the risk of the sender. AGEXTS. lie employ no agents. Tire Natiottai. TuiBtnns lias many volunteer canvassers, and Uicy ore gcncr-.Uy honest and faithful; but jicrsons who confide thtir subscriptions to them must be their otcn judges of their responsibility. The paper trill be sent only on rcccixl of the subscription price. ADDRESSES, REXEWALS, Etc. Addresses trill he changed as often as desired, but each subscriber should in every cos: give theoldaswcll asnewaddrcss. Jn relieving, subscribers should becarcful tosend us the label on the last paper received, and specify any cor rections or cJiangcs th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 January 1885

--- THE NATIONAL - TRIBUNE: LLSGTtfNf D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1883. , i A'. J J WASHINGTON GOSSIP, Tie Weekly Collection About the Na tional Capital. A. FAMOUS MTIGANT GONE. On Friday night last, at Xew Orleans, death ended the career of tho most persistent and esten&ive litigaut the world 1ms probably over produced Mrs. Myra Clark-Gaiues. For two Ecoro years her small activo figure has been seen on the streets here, in tho hotel corridors, and in the Congressional lobbies, and this Win tor is the first one for many years that she has been missed from her accustomed haunts. She was a woman of rcmarkablo persever ance and courage, and has borne up under trib ulations and reverses that seemed enough to crush any ordinary individual. Through out all the vexations and annoyances to which t-he has been exposed during her 50 years of :;tigation her temper never became soured or Lor spirits depressed.' She was always tho tamo gay, sprightly, chatty little woman, ever ready with a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 January 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 18S5. THE GRAND ARMY, The Encampments New Officers of Posts. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. The Conimandcr-ln-CIiCis JIoTemcnts Install mentsOff Tor the Kast Preparations for the 'ei.t Annual Encampment. Toledo, O., Jan. 10, 1SS5. Commander-in-Chief Kountzand stall' -.vcro present Wednesday evening at the public in Btallatiou of the ollicers of Forsyth Post, which was an unusually happy social and fraternal occasion. The following are the oflicers in stalled, Senior Past Commander A. J. Fystcr officiating: Commander, Wm. Co rlett; S.Ar. C, E. D. Statesman ; J. V. C, George It. Ponncll ; AuTi, C. W. Munson; Q. M., Lucius Brown; Surg., S. F. Forbes ; Chap., H. 3L Bacon ; O. D., J. P. Grovcr; O. G., S. P. Deal; S. M.f J. il. Shridmatcr; Q. M. S.. F. Wolfert. The musi cal and literary csci rises of the evening were under the charge of Forsyth Belief Corps, the ladies participating being members of the as sociation. The program opene...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 January 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1885. .. .. . . . " '- . tOYALWOMP'SWORK .The Fashions Household Matters. Our Exchange. Hnrrs u? ladies toilet3. . The skirts of dresses retain their shape, as to front gores, and well drawn back, except that they are made considerably wider. They should now measure two and a half yards at the foot. They may bo made with ono or two side gores, or with "one or two straight back breadths. The simplest and best setting dres3 skirt, for horns work, has four breadths, a straight back one, and three gored ones. Three casings for steel springs aro run across the back, pretty well up. The steels come ready covered with a hole in each end, and when run in and fas tened securely the pad bustle may be entirely dispensed with. The steels throw out the skirts gracefully, with the added advantage that they do not cling to the shoes in walking, or switch about the ankles, taking on shoe polish and mud to tho disgust of the wearer. When...

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