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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 February 1885

. fV?'0t if h t& rZ i" ' s -? F-;V;'' "V " "T9- '''tyfrmggrfi' T 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1885. ?K'afBi"Pts',v$J5,! NEWS OF THE WEEK, The News from All Paris of the World. ABROAD. On the 10th inst. the JJritisli troops made a successful charge on the Mahdi's troops at Bcrti. Gen. Earlc, the commander, was killed at the head of the storming party. The Black Watch regiment captured the posi tion at the point of the bayonet, the cav alry taking possession of the enemy's camp. Gen. Brack en bury, upon the fall of Gen. Earlc, assumed command, aud ordered the remaining positions of the enemy to be stormed. The troops acted promptly, made a gallant attack, and soon captured all the enemy's positions. The fighting lasted live hours. There was gnat slaughter among the enemy. Those who survived escaped by swimming the river. Be sides Gen. liirlc, Lieut-Cols. Eyre and Counyc and nine men of the rank and file were killed, aud four oflicers and 41 men ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 February 1885

?,W-?y&'!'J i ,5T"1'"r'" --.si.- -'-' ,r ve --- --j j..V!'",fe'T - '--S --' "Vs --& r -2 "V -, "? TVT -i J,a ,--f JrjHM. 15- Ifettmtal I1 " SSSSSSJSjfr-V - 5r. x-ng- -f 5jr.,s5 rtkmt is O ft. . " O - w -- T. .. Jl i rANliHr ! 1 W -mrJTm mrZ. ' J-t"l- w Mfc' ,jm itt: fi C' "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HiS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1S77.-NEW SERIES. MILITARY MEMOIRS. . The Sequels of the Grand Siege of Corinth. JOINING GKEjST. BUELL. The Foot Race with Bragg for the Ohio River. SAVING LOUISVILLE. The Fatal Affray between .Dis and Nelson. BY EUEVKT M.VJ.-GKN. WM. V. CARLIN, COLONEL 4TH U.S. INT. curvninr, ltioJ VI. It was at Gen. Pope's headquarters, about the 28th of May, 3Nl2. that 1 first met Gen. V. S. Grant, lie -was theh a slender, straight, bright-eyed and young-looking man. I was much more pleased with his appearance and his manner than I had expected to he. There had been much talk in the army and the newspapers about his alleged intemperanc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 February 1885

, -...,.,,. -r jgv-Ci???s-"F &? ' cr-i$'.lZT3r i'a?!$2PsP&itl7t ps THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WaSIiDTGTOIn, D. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2G, 1885. "ENGINE TJJIEYE&" ' m The Great Story of " Capturing a c Locomotive." BY REV. W. PrTTENGEa. rcopriUGiiTirn, 1631.J Chapter XI. LIGHTS AND SHADOWS OF PRISON". Some two weeks after our capture Andrews -received a very brief trial. The charges againt him were two, that of being disloyal to tiie Confederacy and of being a spy. On the first count the 'evidence against him was strong. A ifr. Whiteman. from Nashville Tcnn., whom Andrews himself had directed to bo summoned, and who had once been a partner of his in some Easiness, testified that Andrews had repeatedly visited the Fouth as a blockade-runner, bring ing to Whiteman some $10,000 worth of goods in that manner, and that he had always pro fessed allegiance to the. Southern Confederacy, representing himself to bo a citizen of the same, and an enemy to the United States. "Vhen captured,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 February 1885

-ateS. Ld'f'' htwshi,? iP'Tstf'i THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1885. r2p?sg FIGffTING THEAJ OYER. What Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. A GOODRECORD. Sketch of the Sen ices of (he 1st '. V. Bountcd To tiie Editor: The seventh Reunion of tli is veteran regiment will take place Feb. 23, at tbo rtferclmuts JIntcl, Cortlaudt street, New York city. Much is wiittcn alfont tbo first and the last regiment mustered in and mus tered out, and this one comes very near both, honors. In my possession is the first muster roll of Co. II, and it states that tbo company was raised by Capt Judson Kilpatrick, in New York city, July, 1H1. Marched thence to Fort Monroe, where it was mustered July 30, 1601, for three years. Ivilpatrick, who was a Cap tain in the 5th X. Y. (l)uryea's). after the bat tle of Nig Bethel was sent tu New York, duly authorized by the Secretary of War to raise a squadron of cavalry for duty on the Peninsula, whore New York's fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 February 1885

-i g!.--rc-'- A70'-"'"5 ' i- -jwr- , ' 36 -K' THE HATTOffAL TRIBUNE: T'ASmNGTOffr D. 0., THURSDAY,. FEBRUARY 26, 1885. zt yvVs- r- f"-"ir j(V , The Rational Tribune. (Established 1877.) Published weekly, One Dollar per Year, Jnvariably in Advance. Six months, 75 ccntg. 2fo subscription for a less period received. SPECIAI. AyXOUXCBMEXT. IIOIfEV rent vs, othencisc than by registered letter, postal notes, postal money order, or draft on Kcw YorT:, wUl he at the risk of the sender. AGENTS We employ no agents. The National TK1BVe has many volunteer canvassers, and they ire generally honest and faithful; hut persons who onfide their subrcriplious to than must be their oirn judges of their responsibility. The paper will be sent only fin receipt of the subscription price. ADDKESS1&, IlEXEWALS, Etc Addresses will be changed as often as desired, but each subscriber should in every caie give theoldaswdl astute address. Jn'rcncwing.subscribcrsshould becarcftd loscnd its the label on the las...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 February 1885

r- e"- - -'' 1 SP' THE NATIONAL TRFBUNE: WASHINGTON,! D. C THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 183S. t 1 . i f WASHINGTON GOSSIP, Tho Weekly Collection About the Na tional Capital. DEDICATION- OF THK MONUMENT. '2b matter how inclement tlio weather, Wash Ingtonians will not stay indoors when anything of interest is happening on the streets; and this determination of their?, not to miss anything that is going on, was never better illustrated than on last Saturday. Although the thcr xnottiicr was down to zero, and a stiff north erly breeze blowing, thousands of people turned out of their comfortable homes lo witness the -procession and stand on the crowded sidewalks -with red noses and watery eyes for hours. But if anything could be worth such a sacrifice of comfort, the procc-ioii which formed at the Monument and marched down Pennsylvania avenue to the Capitol certainly was. At about ll o'clock in the morning the mili tarvand about D00 other persons assembled at The Monument, ami tho dedication pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 February 1885

ffR5555?SS5fiS? J-f -.-.-J -I. 3 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1885. 6 THE GRAND ARMY. Getting Ready for the National En campment. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. Organizing Itecniitlnz Tlie Evil of Suspensions, fliit! Hovr to Jlcct It Movements of the Com-iuanlcr-in-CIiicf. Toledo, O., Fob. 21, 1SS5. Coinmandcr-in-Chicf Koantz is writing per sonal letters to the newly elected Department Commanders, urging them to enter upon an active recruiting campaign within their re spective Jurisdictions in order to report a grand roster of 300,000 at Portland, lie suggests that each Post Commander be called upon to take steps to divide his territory into districts and set some energetic comrade to canvass in each for members who will bo a credit to the asso ciation of veterans. Also to sec that dues are kept up and that members do not by default drop out of the organization. SUSPENSIONS. The vast numbers dropped for the non-pay-mcut of dues, or suspended from trivial r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 February 1885

rpjK r-- --'?fvw95S? r""V- -Bf s ,5?.r5,;" T -5? ,-ti: "' s - ..jaur- ..- -r-jC.'y'''' r - r "nt -- - -r"i- - & -t "- VV"'t:;'r"' V V LOYALWOMp'SWORK a HdiiSeliold Hints Exchange Con versation Club. tabu: 3i.xxKKa To be "bom with a silver spoon in his month " is a saying applied toono who is bora to luxury j nnd wealth. Were wo to invent a phrase (o desigunte a person particularly noted for fine , tabic manners. v.'c should say he was born with ; a silver fork in ln"5 hand. Certainly, very few are born to know how (o handle a fork properly. , To those who have not practiced from t he cradle -, it is almost as difficult .13 to learn the use of the Chinese chou-sticks. 2dot persons learning the use of the fork feel the need of pushing their food on it with the leit hand while they scoop with the fork in their rihl, and having read that it is impolite ' to use a bit of bread for this iurpose, they, almost unconsciously, push their food with their fingers. It takes great watchfulnes...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 February 1885

V.f-fffSe-'s.' teV"-V-r,T$!r ""ff" lp3J&im!& -s'U-s1-s&-'': ,.--tj c- -5il' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHIMTON, D. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 18S5. 8 !i$&'T:!& .-wr-.igj?-.. " ':3reS'7?-"--HnE;''.ii NEWS OF THE WEEK, The Ecws from All Parts of the World, ABROAD. It is stated tliat El Malidi lias -10,000 good lighting men, but that they have been some what scared at the results of the battles at Abu Klca, Gubat, and Kaiiabish. Large num ber;? of the rebels are deserting and going to the British camp at Gubat. There appears no indication on the part of Gen. Wolseley to move to the front, and it is not known when the ad vance will be made The colony of Victoria, in Australia, lias olfered the Home Govern ment a naval brigade and a mounted infantry corps, both comprising 700 picked men, for service in the Soudan. Ths different IJritish oo'onies in the South Parilic arc arranging to take federal action towards tho formation of an Australian contingent for Egyptian service...

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

' : 'vSh-e?! ssw!ssas,w'Wi -l"iriiS''r?? m r,&Zfr if-Jirg-l,' ,"' :2n - &J5 C "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 18T7 -NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1885. VOL. IV-NO. 30.-WHOLE NO. 186. ,$? LJ V v w MILITARY MEMOIRS. Gen. Basil's Chase After Bragg from Louisville. BATTLE 03? PERRYVILLE. McCook Fights Alone, "Within Cannon-shot of Buell's Tent. JL SOLDIER'S AMBITION. How McCook Aspired to Sit in Buell's Saddle. ST BHEVCT MA.T.-CKX. W:.r. P. CAHI.IN, COLONEL 4TII U. S. JXF. corv nioUT, 1SS5. VIL It was about tlic 1st of October that Buell's txmj was put in motion from Louisville to wards Bragg's army, which was then oc eupying the country about Frankfort, Bards town, and near Perry villc. He in person was t Frankfort peiformiug the farce of inau gurating a rebel Governor of Kentucky & Mr. Ilawes at TJIK POINT- OF THE BAYONET. There was much clamor during and after re construction times about the preson...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. CL, THUR3DAY, MAROH 8, 1881 foriuc'3 Gen. TTalleck and the President that if ho could not have control of the troops ho de sired to resign this command of the army. APPOINTMENT OF GEN". MEADE. An officer arrived in Frederick at midnight with a letter from the President to Gen. Geo. Q.-Meade, informing him that-ho had been ap pointed to succeed. Gen. Hooker as commander of the army. Gen. Meade was greatly surprised. He shrank from assuming a responsibility 60 great at such a critical period. Could ho hope to succeed where McClellan and Hooker had failed? I saw him soon after he received the appointment-tall, spare, a thin, anxious face, wearing a slouch felt hat crowded down upon his tbobghtml brows. It was in the hotel - at Frederick. J le showed how wise he was by making no changes in the stall, retaining tho men who omid-givc him information. He did not approve of Gen. Hooker's plan of sending the Twelfth Corps and the troops at Harper's Ferry ...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1885. FIGHTING THEJJ OVER. Wlial Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. THE WESTERN FLOTILLA. Adventure of tlic (iimbvats l'ajlor and I.piiiston. Vice Adiuiial W.-iIke, in bis account ol the opera u ..us of ilie Western llotilla, pub hslieu ill me January uuuioeroi The Century xu.tgaziiie, w.ikcs uo meutiou of a little epi Eoue ol ttie lute unpicusauiuess, :m uccuuui 01 winch may iiui prove umutvrealiug to your relei. Tin .New vik World pub lished a fcti.jrt accuuut of it, a au item of Uews, at the time ol iu occm retire, l'oii.ml. in nis 'Lusl Cause," al.tmca to it as au "alLiir." Fioiu me point o; view ol tue average hisiunan it iuav liavc been no mure thau an affair, but to tuuso who look pun m it it was an alia.r ol a goud deal ul miport uuee. Immediately alter tue fiirremier 01" Fort JD.mc.feun tlie wooden gunboat Taylor ami Lei..ugu)ii, jilie lurmer ill eiiarge of Lieul.-Coaiinati(!er Wiinaui Gin, ami the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 March 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASIIlMTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1885. I' The National- Tribune. (E6TADUSHED 1877.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY, One Dollar per Tear, Jnvariably in Advance lx months, 75 ocnts. No imtiscrlptlon for u los jtcriod received. SPTJCTAT. AXNOUNCK3ri5T. HONEY sent vs. otfrertcirc than by registered Idler, jpostal notes, postal riottey enter, or draft on New Yort, uriil be at the risk of the tender. A GENTS. We employ agents. Tire KatioNa l. Tkibcstc has mruy rottmtecr cautwscrr, ant they arc scnerailtf fcowetf af faithful; but arsons who confide tlteir subteripttowi to Uentnxtst be their own judges of their rcsjnsibility. The paper iiR be eni only on reeeipt of the subscription price, ADDEJSES, KENEWAES, , Addresses vill be changed as often as fered. but inch subscriber should i h erf ry care ftire the old as irell a ' ncv address. In renctring, subscribers shouhl be careful lscnd Ute labd oh the last jxtjer rtceitcd, and sjtccify nny cor rections or changes they desire mad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 March 1885

THE NATIONAL TRTBOTE: WASfflNGTOff, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1885. 5' WASHINGTON GOSSIP. The Weekly Collection About the Na tional Capital THE NEW DISPENSATION. 'Pais paper k issued undor a Democratic Na tional AdminUtrHtion. For the first time in 24 years Ibe Uk of " the old parry of Jackson und Jefferson " flout ovor the White House. Grovci Ck'veLniaaiul A. Thouia1? Hendricks are, respectively, 1'ro-ident and Vice-President of the United States. Tbey were duly inaugu rated on Wdrw-Mluy. amidst th booming of camion, the waving of 10,000 llaus and ban ners, tiic War-ol bfA'S bauds, and the tremen dous sbont of nn rnlhusiaPtic multitude. The preparations lar this ovent have long been in progH8. More than two months ago numerous committees were apjNiintod to take rhargc of all the arious departments of tlio work. Not IiskiVd SO0 cilixcus of Washing ton were ns5iil to these multifarious duties. Ix is'greatly to their credit that they did their vk well. Th p. rf.rtuess of all thcarrure...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 March 1885

' r Cf THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. G.9 THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1885. THE G&ND ARMY, Indiana EncampmentNews from the Departments. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. Toledo, O., Feb. 23. 1SS5. Monday evening last Couiniandcr-in-Cbiof Kountz was present to inaugurate the three days' Grand Army Fair at Upper Sandusky. The hall T?as finely decorated and aglow with patriotic colors. The projrara opened with music by the Little Sis, when Cv.nrado J. P. Dey, Master of Ceremonies, introduced Com mander Koantz, who was received with hearty greetings. Ills address outlined the growth of the Grand Army, depicted its mission in mak ing vital application of the great principles of Fraternity, Charity and Loyalty, and teemed with patriotic ut'erances which evoked a hearty response from the largo atidieueo pres ent. After music Commander Kouutz held a reception, when hosts of comrades and their families pressed forward to give him welcome. Tliu Sandusky comrades met with marked t access in their fair. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 5 March 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1885. ;LOYALWOMP'SWORK - o Care of the Body Conversation Club. OLBA.NI.TNESS KKXT TO GODLINESS. A correspondent writes us as follows : Dju Tuincsit: Docs uny ono know where the paasKue i found which read.-, thus: "C'leuiiline-v. is next to Kodliin.'r' I nave often hctird it used 113 Scriptural pariiscbut have never found it. I do not think it is iu the Good IJooJc I know soino very clean people Hint are far from bcini( Rodly, although, on the other hand. I think there ure very few dirtv Cliriliiiii. When God makes clean tho insidn they laK'n to cleuii the outside. They are made newereuturoi in Christ Jesus. M. E. Sevier. In rcplv to the above we would say that in Sermon XCII. by Johu Wesley, entitled " On Dress," the passiso appears as follows: "Cer tainly this is a duly, not a sin. ' Cleanliness is indeed next to godlimss.'" Just who orig inated tho saying is, wo believe, not known. It is one of those old truisms, founded ...

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

8 NEWS OF THE WEEK, Uhe News from All World. Parts of (lie ABROAD. Gen. Brackenbury. coraniandrr of tlie late Gcti. Earhi's lorre, reports from Llebbeli, Ojipu wtaKauict Islam!, that on .Saturday, tho rflst ulu, his entire force, iududing 7c0 animals, j-uos and equipment complete, crowd over to the nj:lit hunk ol' thu Nile, ready to advance at. ds.vbriMk Sunday to Aim llatiicd, 40 miles dis tant. Gen. Bracket lmry had visited tho sceno of Col. Mcwarts muni el, and tound mjimu of Stewart's visitmu cards, papers helougnip to licrbiu and liwer. and a slnrt sleeve stained v.;th bio a. Tho learner which conveyed Col. fncuurt fi :u Khartoum to lilt plr.ee wliere ho vets murdered is now Jo feet above tho present level of the water. She is gutted and filled with sand. Tho houses and al! the pioperty boloiijnnj: to tho blind man Fakri Etinan, 0110 of the principal instigators of Col. cSic.vart's uiunlcr, were completely destroyed. Tho Tvoanded of Gen. Bracken bury't. p.uty aro do ing well. N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 March 1885

3JL t . "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." 39 o- E3TABLISFIED 187T .-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAROH 12, 1885.-WELVE PAGES. VOL. IV-NO. 31.-WH0LE NO. 187,' VrtffTtT5fl QC--UJ - -'v' CHICKAMAUGA. m The Sanguinary Fight for tho Possession of Chattanooga. A HEAi UNION VICTORY. Rosecrans's Magnificent Strat egy. THOMAS'S COURAGE. The Army Retires After the Last Assault was Repulsed. jy n. v. nov:rroN, lteut.-coi.. 35th: onio and BnnVET JJKIO VDICR-GKNKKAL. The Chickamauga campaign Avill always take high rank among the great operations of onr war. In several respects it stands unrivalled. The natural oblaeles to over come were greater than in any other, and its strategy was consummate at least to the point where the manu vers had forced Bragg ut of Chat tanooga. The campaign involved a feint extending through -10 miles of moun tain country,, cutting loose from a base, marching in light order with 25 days' rations nd ammunition for tw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 March 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1885.. tain. Kosccraus's plan involved establishing his left linnly nesr the State road, and usiug his" whole army, if need be, to hold it till his vyay to Chattanooga was secured. Bragg failed utterly to secure this road. Thomas held it till dark, and then withdrew his en tire array .to the passes in Missionary "Ridge atJRossville, through which it ran to Chat tanooga. JJy this test should, the qncstiou of victory he decided. Through a delay on thevpart oL Polk .the battle did not open till 9.:J0. The heavy morning fog had only partially lifted. Breckinridge at that hour moved with great determination on Baird, only to be broken and sent back after an hour's furious assault on the temporary works which shielded the Union line. Cfebnruc followed him in a similar assault, Tvilh the same brave and useless attack on Johnson. Palmer next recehed similar tremendous blows. Though the Confederate lines come, without Cixiching, cl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 March 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1885. 8- PRIOR SOUNDNESS" Secrelag Teller Decides that a Soldier Shall Not Be Compelled to Prove It. Department or the Interior, Washington, March -, 1SS3. The Commismncr of Tensions: Sir: Herewith arc returned the papers which accompanied your report of Xov. 7, lSb'4, ou tlic appeal of Daniel C. Ashley, of Foxl.oro, Mass.. from action of your OHice in i ejecting his claim for pension, No. -13 1,35!). as late of Co. D, 20th Mass. Vols., who enlisted July 13.1SS0, and was discharged Aug. 1, lfc(2. THE TACTS. TTe filed his application for pension Dec. 1, 18S0, aliening diyihiliiy trom inflammation of the hladderand stricture of the urethra, caused by haid nmrehing and exposure in the Army of the P loiuac hi Julv, 1HJ-2. The claim was i ejected Felt. 1G, 1SS3. on the ground that thoaileued disability cxibU.-tl prior to enlistment. From this action of your ollice an appeal is taken. The fact of the discharge is rKk nied. Theio...

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