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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 15 January 1885

&- ", sn i-r-v -vV v 8 T1TE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON,, D. 0.. THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1885. "."' 5 J"""',tJ4--02-''- "w 5- NEWS. OF THE WEEK, The News from All Parts of the World. ABROAD. A church, a convent, and fifty houses wero aestroved at Jlotril by the earthquake shocks Monday evening of last week. Although the mortality at Malaga from the earthquake has been small, the panic is extreme. Many people re ill from pure terror. At nightfall people foreako tbeir houses and congregate in the gar dens in the suburbs. Trade is at a standstill, and many shops arc closed. Orders have been issued that vehicles pass through the streets ilowly, for fear the jarring effect of their passing cause the weakened buildings to col lapse. The towns in the Province of Malaga Buffered much more t ban the city itself. Many villages are destitute of food. The- clergy and the religious bodies have shown great coolness End bravery, and have done much to allay the pauic During the week shocks of mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 January 1885

-Hr-rt vr "'r'1- j.-.w T fy'1 Erfiruw. MT0 CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1S77.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0.; THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1885. VOL. IV-NO. 24.-WH0LE NO. 180. -- .K(UUVttt -'-., -.. Jilkttjprttal THE WAR" What the Regular Army Found to Do 30 Years Ago. ATHOUSAND-flLE MAHOH Bloody Little Battles "With Hostile Indians. the A CELTVALHOUS INDIAN. Interesting Recollections of i Young Lieutenant of Infantry. Y W. P. CASUS', T5HEVET MAJOR-GENERA!., COLONEL 4.TII U. 8. INF. I. Before stating some of my personal recol lections of the great civil war, or vrar of the rebellion, I will refer briefly to events that occurred and men that I met a few years prior to the great conflict In the Spring of 1855 it was my duty, under orders from proper authority, to pro ceed from Jcffeison Barracks, Mo., to Fort Leavenworth, Kan., by steamboat, with the company to which I belonged, and to march thence to Fort Laramie, a distance of about 630 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 January 1885

' yV3 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0.. THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1885. ENGINE TIJIEYES." (f The Great Slory of "Capturing a locomotive." BY REV. "WJt. PITTEHGEIl. COrYEIGUTED, ISSl.jj CHAPTER YII. A NIGHT IX TIIK WOODS. Many pcrs-ons, on hearing an account of this unparalleled chase, have suggested one exped ient by which they imagine the fugitive Fed crals might linve destroyed their enemy and accomplished their own purpose. "Why did vou not,' they say, " reverse your own engine and then jump from it, thus allowing it to knock the pursuing train from tho track?" There were good reasons against that course. Such critics might as well ask a, man who has ascended halfway up out of a well in a bucket why he does not cut tho rope over his head for tkoTsakc of crushing somebody at tho bottom of the well. That engine was tho basis of all our hopes, and we could not think of abandoning it until the direst extremity. At the last mo ment, however, this attempt to reverse tho en gine for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 January 1885

r -" - ' - j -ji fV vgf tr .$ THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: "WASHINGTON, : D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY .,22, 1885. FIGHTING THEftf OVER, What Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. GETTYSBURG. Criticism on Gen. Howard's 3Iono;rrnph on the Battle IIocuiiiciiUi Bearing on the Case Letter of Gen. Gibbon Howard's Letter or Thanks to Col. S. S. Carroll. To the Editor: From reading the so-called "Personal Reminiscences" of Gen. Howard concerning the attack on the evening of July 2 on that portion of his corps stationed on Cemetery Hill, and the repulse of the same, as published in 3'our issue of the 1st hist., it is appareut he still, as in his essay or article pub lished in The Atlantic of July, 1S7U, tries to convey the false impression that he did not call for any a:d, and that Carroll's Brigade was sent to him without solicitation, and then only assisted in restoring his line, etc. As stated by James Beale, in his article appearing in the same issue of your paper: "After the many tim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 January 1885

1 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,. D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1885: ' The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) Published weekly, One Dollar per Year, 2nvariably in Adtanco. felx months, 75 cents. No subscription for a less period received. , fsrECIAX, ANNOUNCEMENT. MONEY sent us, olhcrvrisc than by registered letter, Jxwfal notes, jiostal money order, or draft on Nero Yorl; irill be at the risli of the sender. AGENTS. We employ no agmts. Tnx Natioitai, Teibuxc has many volunteer canrasscrs, and they are generally honest and faithful ; but persons who confide their subscrijitions to than mist be their own fudges of their responsibility. The paper trill be sent only on receipt of the subscription price. ADDRESSES, RENEWALS, Etc. Addresses Kill Ze cltangcd as often as desired, but each subscriber should in every cascgitc thcoldas tccll as new address. Jn rcncicing, subscribers should be carefid to send us the label on the last paper rcccired, and specify any cor rections or cliang...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 January 1885

"V THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1835.' WASHINGTON GOSSIP. Tlie Weekly Collection About the Na tional Capital. iNNTJAX ENCAMPMENT, DEPARTMENT OF POTOMAC. The annual Encampment of the Department of the Potomac was held on Thursday evening at the G.A.R. Hall, corner of I, and Seventh streets. Commander Alexander was in the chair, A. A. G. Ingram at the Adjutant's desk, nnd there was a full attendance of officers and delegates. Commander Alexander's annual address was unusually fine as regards matter, and delivered 5 t that gentleman happiest inauuer. It was 3 -eqnently and earnestly applauded. Conipli ineiiting the comrades upon the gratifying condition and growth of the Order during tho year, he said: "If any officer has neglected his luty, 1 have not heard of it; if a comrade has withheld the charity that his oath enjoins him to give, it has not come to my notice; if Fra ternity has counted as naught, or the standard of Loyalty which mado us eligible ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 January 1885

6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1885. THE GRAND ARMY. News from (he Departments Post Officers for Coming Year. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. Gen. KohjiU's JIOTcnicnts Hearty Hcceplion in Sen l'rk, Brooklyn, Trenton anil Wilmington. Toli:do, O., Jan. 17, 1SS5. Comnundcr-in-CIiicf Koiintz left here on the 11th on his Eastern tour, and on the fallowing day reached New York. In the evening, ac companied by Ass't Adj't-Gcn. Geo. B. Squires, of the Department of New York, he visited Farragut Post, No. 73, and was accorded an enthusiastic welcome by the comrades. Gen. Kountz's arrival was a great and most agree able surprise to the Post, many of the com rades having for the first time the pleasure of meeting the "Drummer Boy of Shiloh." After the installation Gui. Koirntz made a short ad dress, which was fittingly responded to .by Post Commander Kobert Ucilferty, at the close of which a varied musical and literary entertain ment followed, and the evening's proceedi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 January 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1885. LOYALWOMP'SWORK m Educational Matters The Household. "Experience Meeting. MIXED SCHOOLS. Several or Tun Tribune readers, olner and younger, have asked the Editor's opinion as to the efl'ect of mixed schools upon individuals aud communities; whether they are lor good or ill. The Editor would reply, unreservedly, that the effect is good. In this connection it would bo best to ex plain that by mixed schools is meant not only schools to which boys and girls are admitted, but schools to which tha rich and the poor, the Irish and the humble, of all races, nation alities and colors, meet to receive instruction and exert their powers of mind and heart. At a first glance it miglit seem that the mora privileged classes would lose instead of gainby being brought in close contact-and competition with those less bountifully endowed with this world's goodly gifts, but experience and obser vation have proved it otherwise It has be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 22 January 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. G., THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1885. NEWS OF THE WEEK, try The Frank Siddalls Soap TIic Ncvs from All Parts of (lie World. 8 ABROAD. The Town Hall at Warminster, England, was partially wrecked by an explosion of dyna mite on the night of the 11th. Several houses in the neighborhood were badly bhaken, many windows shattered and several persons thrown to the ground by the violence of the shock. Earthquake tremblings were felt during last week at Ton-ox, Canillas, Almunccar aud Alga boro.Spain. Thestorm in thesouthcru provinces still continue, and the rivers are greatly swol lejj. The suirerings of the people who have been rendered houfclcss by the earthquakes ar.e intense. According to the official iccord tlie number of persons killed by the earth quakes in Granada was G9.1, and the number injured 1,4S0. By the explosion of fire damp in a mine at Pas-lc-Gilais, France, on the 15th inst, 23 men wore killed. The condi tion of affairs in Panama is most ala...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 January 1885

e 5v? 3 Vx- -' - '5S-,- ,1'3-?&'-S?t'- &- W'H'-rtrssr -S9t s$ ' ??JiS& gTA v-grr? Pg' ' JS?Jf'' ,. t .. . - afe' - J.--ifv3pK; - - Hf .a. Jiktimrai fA 2 - - "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." o a- v " " a. k. VdCi Wtf)f J f i ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. "BEFORE THE WAR" What the Regular Army Found to Do 30 Years Ago. AS INDIAN BATTLE. Sumner Hurls His Horsemen Against the Cheyennes. A HEROIC BED SKEN Fights Men Who Afterwards Become Distinguished. 33Y W P. CAKLIN, BREVET MAJOR-GENERAL, COLONEL 4TU TJ. S. INF. - n. FIGHTING THE CHEYENNES. Sumner found the Cheyenne -warriors, estimated at from 300 to 500 in numbers, drawn up in line on the south bank of a stream which was a branch of Solomon's Fork of Smoky Hill River. The Indians were well mounted on fresh, fat ponies, armed with rifles, bows and arrows and pistols. The cavalry formed a line near the north bank of the stream, about 300 yards from the Indians. No attempt was made t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 January 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1885. 2- "ENGINE ipVES," The Great Story of "Capturing a Locomotive." BV ItEV. W5r. PITTXTfGEE. foorYKiciiTrn, 1SS1. ClIArTER VIII. I2T THE ENEMY'S rOTVEH. But I will dwell no longer on the miseries of this dreary morning. Its hours went tediously by, marked by no special incidents till about noon. Just .beyond Lafayette, Georgia, I was observed by some ono on the watch for stran gers. A party of pursuit numbering twenty or thirty was at once organized. I knew nothing of my danger till they were within fifty yards, ivhcii I hoard them calling forme to stop. A single glance showed my helplessness. I laid my hand instinctively on my revolver, but incw "that fight was useless. Neither was flight possible. The country was open and I was too weary io run, even if-somcof the party lind not been mounted and others .armed with rifles and shot-guns. It -was time to Becirhat -could be made of my plans carefully contrived for just ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 January 1885

y THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASIIENGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 18S5. FIGHTING THEAJ OYER What Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. THE- TECHE CAMPAIGN. A C(imVaclc Correct". Some Statements in Hcssrs. Mason ami Frj'b Account or the Expedition. To the Editor: The article published in your issue of Stli inst. by Frank II. Mason and J no. W. Fry, -12d Ohio, headed " On the Techc,'' is somewhat in error, at least where it purports to give an account of the " killing and capture " of tucSGth Ohio at Snapgy Point, on lied Kiver, on the 5lh of May, 'OM, and tiie casualties in the 120th Ohio, at the same point, on the day previous. As the writer was captured at the same time (5th) and place, and made the march to Camp Ford, near Tyler, Tex., with all who were cap tured on both days (4th and 5th), he knows that the entire number captured (minus the wounded), including the crew of the Signal, soldiers, and civilians employed on the trans ports, did not amount to much over 1G0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 January 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: "WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 188 The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year, Shvariably In Adncc. Six months, 75 cents. No subscription for a less period received. SPECIAL AX.XOUXWDIENT. MONEY scut us, otherwise than by registered Idler, postal -notes, 2stal money order, or draft on Kcw l'or!:, trill be at the risk of the sender. AGENTS. He employ no agents. Tire National TEim:;-c has many volunteer canvassers, and they are generally honest and faithful; but persons tcho conftec their subscriptions to than must be their oicn fudges of their resjwnsibilily. The paper trill be sent only on receipt of the subscription price. ADDRESSES, RENEWALS, Etc Addresses tcill 1c dtanged as often as desired, but each subscriber ishoultl in every emegive the old as tccll as new address. jTu rencu :ng, subicribersshould bccarcftil loscnd us Ike 3abcl 0:1 the last pnper received, and specify any cor rections or clianga they desir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 January 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUM: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1335. 5 c WASHINGTON GOSSIP, o The Weekly Colleciion About tlie Na tional Capital. WASHINGTON WEATnEK. Somebody onco said in reference to the vari silita climate of 2sev England that they " didn't iave any climate only samples." The usually equable climate of Washington r,cins io be made up this Winter of samples 1 rouglit back by the Greely rescuers. There j .ive been blizzards that would have passed for : fair average in Minnesota, and dry, icy winds : .at pierced to the bone and recalled the "Icy wind of Sarsar," - hich the Turks believe blows out of the i mvcIs of the earth to chill the life out of men. fiucr. snow and drenching rains have alter-j-atod with these other unpleasant meteorologi- .1 phenomena, so that the elements have been jii a constant turmoil that accorded with the .j.erpatual row the head of the Signal Bureau lias on hand. What makes this "sort of doings" especially obnoxious is that nobody calculate...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 January 1885

"-PA - " - "Wi-W3?r 'ftnr-'': "i'-" sr 'Sa9VnTT "rwy v'; - W"-;, r itSV-'l --JS- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1883. THE GRAND ARMY, Post Elections and Insfallaiions Gen. Kouniz's Tour Ended. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. Toledo, O., Jan. 20, JSSo. Dropping into National Headquarters this morning to learn if there had anything of im portance occurred since last week of which the readers of Tin: Titmuxc could have the bene fit, wo found Adjt.-Uen. -lcorn engaged in opening an unusually heavy mail. "These letters arc all about (Jraut," he said, "urging the Commander-in-Chief to start a fund for his relief." " That is ' the old soldier ' of it,' your corre spondent replied; "always read' to aid and comfort their comrades in distress. Their bauds arc as ojien as their hearrs are large." "Yes. and Grunt has a firm hold on the affec tions of the whole people," Comrade Alcorn replied, "and particularly of the Grand Aimy. The old chief probably would decline the hel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 January 1885

?- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2J, 1885. tOYAL WOMAN'S WORK o It is the Evidence of Industry- and love that Makes a Pleasant Home. HOME XnCOKATIONS. - -JJciu ember, it is flic little things that combino to make up i pretty timl tasteful home. Elabo rate and expensive furniture, if when one can afford it, docs not li.ako the House Beautiful. It is the little love-pats of thoughtful mother and considerate daughters that give tone and color and a genuine home atmosphere to the domestic circle. It is surprising what a piece of silvered card-board and a feu bits of worsted can accomplish in the deft fingers of some in dustrious little girl intent upon giving happi ness to others. From away off in Naticlc, in the old Com monwealth of Massachusetts, under the shadow of Plymouth Rock, and where Vice-President "Wilson (who began life making shoes) made his home, a little girl of 11 sends the Editor such a reminder. It is in the shape of a banner the back to bo u...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 29 January 1885

fpi $ THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. &, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1885. 8 NEWS OF THE WEEK, The News from All Parts of (he World. - ABROAD. Gen. Stewart lias bad a heavy engagement tfith a portion of the -t.ahdi's forces near the Aba I-lca Wells, about 23 miles from Mct.m nch. The rebels bad collected from Berber, Mctcmncb aud Omduraman. On the afternoon of Jan. 1G Gen. Stewart's cavalry reported tbat tlio Mahdi was in position some few miles from the wells. As it was too late in tho day to al low an advance and a successful encounter, Gcu. Stewart bivouacked wiierc be was for the night. The Mahdi's troops kept up a harmless fire all nigbt, and erected works on Gen. Stew art's right flank. On the following day Gen. Stewart endeavored to draw the enemy to mako an attack, but the rebels hesitated. In conse quence of this, Geu. Stewart left all his impedi ments aud camels under guard of the Susses regiment aud some mounted infantry, and moved forward, keeping his forces in the fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 February 1885

V j." -"-v Sktttnrf SO o W- "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." 22 ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1885. VOL. IV NO. 26.-WHOLE NO. 182.1 Ifettmtitl PE&RJIM'S RAID. The Movement wMcli was to Carry a Whole Army Back. WAR Es THE BLUE GRASS. Gilmore Hastily Improvises Cavalry Out of Infantry. 44th. OHIO'S ADVENTURES Cut Off, It Rides Through Pe grani's Sleeping Camp. BY BLUECOAT. I. The reader will ask no apologies from mo for reviewing this long-neglected chapter of our war history, if, when he has finished the reading, he will turn to any of our so-called 11 histories " and note the ease with which "profound writers" either ignore it entirely, or else brush it aside .is of no importance. At the outset let us see if there was, in fact, any real cause for alarm at Union Head quarters ; for we are told that if Pegram's audacity had held out he might have chased the army across the Ohio. (Vol. II, p. 427, Am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 February 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1885. A J:' i ; President could be known in all thoir details. Peace is alwajs preferable to war, if it can be preserved u ith honoraud dignity to the nation ; but why wore not Peace Commissioners sent out to interview the Mormon leaders before the army? -There was no lesson in tactics or strategy taught by the Utah expedition. Gea. Albert V Mney Johnston, the commander, ra.iy iiave had nil the eleuicnts of .a great General, as was claimed by his friend Jefferson Davis, bat, like many other Generals intrusted with large and i:njrtant commands, had no oppor tunity to display them till the great civil war had continued for nine months, when he fell atShiioh. The entire regiment, for the first time in the eight years to which I had belonged to it, was concent m' til at Foit Bridger in August or Sep tember, IS08, and we took up our MARCH rOK CALIFORNIA, to which Department the regiment was ordered after die settlement of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 February 1885

-.. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5 1885- FIGffTING THERJ OVER What Our Yclerans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. SNAGGY POINT SLAUGHTER. Capture or CH)' Belle. John Warner and Three Gun boats. To the Editor: I have just read in a late issue of your valuable paper what Frank II. Mason and John W. Fry have to say, in their article "On tho Techc," about the slaughter at Snaggy Point. I think I am able to add some thing to tho account of the attack and capture of the City Belle ami John Warner, as 1 was on both thoso boats and have a lively reminder of that terrible fight in an ugly wound received in the back whilo mskiug my escape from the City Belle. I feel myself incompetent for this 6elf-imjK)scd task, but as myself and two others wore the only ones that went through the whole of that terrible experience, it seems to devolve on one of us to write it up; aud as I am in hopes of calling out a statement from one or both of those comrades, if living....

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