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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 March 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1885. The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year, Snviirlably in Alliance. Six monlJis, 1 c'nts. No subscription for a less joriod received. SP3CCIAI. AXXOUNCBMKNT. JIQSUY sent ur, cJIterwisc than by rcgUlrt.'d Ullcr, gxulal notos, peM incut order, or drqfl on New York, WH bent the risk of the bonder. AGKST& H'c anply no agents. The Natiosai. TnincNi: hi www' volunteer canvassers, and Utcy ore general) honctt and faiUiful; biU persons tiJio onfide their subscriptions to than must be their otcn fudges of their responsibility. The paper trill be sent only on receipt of the svbstcr.'jtfion price, AnDnnwyt, jij:xeu'als. Etc. Addresses wii be cJianyal as often (is dcf,red, but eaeii stAscrilr J t-hould in ci cry case girc the old as icdl as new address. Jn rcncieing. subscribers should be careful to tend us Utc label on the lust paper rccciretl, and spicify any cor rections or changes th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 March 1885

r THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHIN&TOU, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 12. 1885. j -- ENGINE TREVES," . . .. , Tlic Great Story of "Capturing a Locomotive." in- nnv. v.r. ri-rrnxGnn, rCOrYUSGMTEM, lS3l. ClIAPTKK XIII. i-" ; a coxri:ni:n.Ti; counT-M.uvnAi.. Before describing the adventures of Wollaiu Andrews's companion in flight from the Chattanooga Prison we will turn towards the 12 prisoners destined for Knoxvillc, where a yet more fearful tragedy was in preparation. On parting from our comrades we were escorted to the cars by Col. Cleburne, where we found, much to our gratification, that wc wore to be guarded by a party of Morgan's guerrillas, whose exploits were then greatly colcbratcd. Clcbnrne recommended us to the humane care of thee part tarns, caying, " These prisoners are men, like other men, and gentle men, too, and 1 want them treated as such.'' This charge from the generous Irishman, for such he was, did much to secure courteous treatment from our guard. Judced, the posi tion o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 March 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 138o. THE GRAND ARMY, The Coming National Encampment at Portland. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. A Dull Week The Commander -in- Chief in Missouri. Toledo. 0., 3rarch 7, ISS5. Evorvllnng very dull at Headquarters. Tlie Comuiaiulur-in-Chicf off for Missouri, and mat ters of interest in the ollice centering in Hie coricaiHHidcncc growing out of the Portland Encampment. Responses from the Conncil of Administration to the circular letter sent out fro:n Headquarters are of a conflicting charac ter and much dissatisfaction is expressed over the fact that so few, comparatively, can he ac commodated in the Portland hotels, and the fact that the great bulk of visitors will have to be assigned to the surrounding seaside rc borls. . All this is naturally very embarrassing to ITcadquartcrs, and throws much doubt upon the proprietv of the resolution passed at Min neapolis, allowing the National Council of Ad ministration to change the place of h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 March 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1885. tOYALWOMP'SWORK Roman's Exhibit at New Orleans and r llic Spring Fashions. The "Woman's Exhibit at the New Orleans "Gxpomion is exciting considerables interedt. Althoash not so showy us that of the Centen nial, it is pronounced much more meritorious. Uebid s the stan'kird displays of domestic prod uct : si canned fruits, jellies, preserves, and so on (j 1 which women have long excelled;, as -.veil ..s of cuibKiidcncs, knitting, crochet and ornamental work generally, bcautifnl speci mens of wood-carving, pottery, products of silk culture and ornamental tiles are on exhibition, cry creditable to the busy hands which have ti&J nod and perfected them. Sii.; culture is becoming an extensive indus try for women, to which end the National Asso- tation at Philadelphia is largely contributing. U'he indentation, by women interested, to the IIoum; and Senate, before the clo-e of the Con roa ional sets on. of Hags made from ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 March 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBbtfE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1885. 8 FIGHTING THEM OYER -- Wliai Our Veterans Have lo Say About Their Old Campaigns. THE PERILS OF THE OCEAN. The Voyage of the Transport .Mississippi from Rnston to Ship Il.iml. To THE Editok: Probably no vessel, freighted with so great a number of human lives, ever experienced so much of the perils of the oecau as the s-tcatner .Mississippi, which left Boston for Ship Island Fob. 20, J -62. carrying a detachment of Butler's expedition for the capture of 2Ce;v Oilcans. The Mississippi was a barque-rigged steamer of about 2.500 tons, composite built that is, iron up to the middle deck and wood above three decked, brand new from au .East Ilostou shipyaul, this being her llr.-t trip, except a trial trip in smooth water. She was a screw steamer, with powerful double engines, had the necessary force of en gineers, firemen, etc.. and a crew suilicieiit to work the vessel in any ordinary circumstances, with a Captain and four...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 March 1885

THE NATIONAL TJUBUNfi WASHINGTON, D. 0.t THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1885. d WASHINGTON GOSSIP, Tie Weekly Collection About the Na-. tional Capital. . 'AFTER THE IXAVGUKATIOX. Thtfgrancl parado is a thing of tlio past. Mr. Cleveland has beim ""inaugurated with a pomp hud wreaion.v that far surpassed anything which accompanied the induction into ollico of anv os his predecessors. Even the bhowy ccrc-jnouix- which Washington and Adams had at their inauguration, and which brought dowu f mi them the denunciation of the indignant Ro-j-t,blicaiis that lhpywt.ro "aping the ways of :dty," and which was rebuked by the sim plicity of Jefferson's installation, did not ittuuuiit, all told, to the display made by a .ngle division of the grand cortege which ll led tho superb length of Pennsylvania avenue ith uniformed and armed men for nearly the vhole of an afternoon. But the magnitudo :nd richness of the display afforded no ground ;.r complaint. It was not like the coronation -rcnuinies of a European m...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 March 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1885. 10 JUSTICE AT UjST. Gc. U. S. Grant Placed on the Retired List. THE PRESIDENT.' VICE-PRESIDENT AND CABINET. WANTED! ,-" 200,000 SUBSCRIBERS tor One of the most thrilling dramatic scenes ever enacted in the Senate took place in the dying moments of the Forty-eighth Conprcss. when Gen. Grant was placed on the Ketired List of the Army, with the rank and pay of General. The IJcpnblicans in the ITouse of Represent atives were so anxious for the passage of the bill that they conceded a contested election case, in which" they felt very strongly they had right and justice on their side. The House then passed the bill, and a messenger hurried away to the Senate with the intelligence. Im mediately on receipt of the same Senator John J. Ingalls arose and asked for the reading of the bill. The Secretary rend as follows: Be it amrlr-l .Cv., Tlir.t the President of the I nilcd Staler Sx am! lie hereby w.'-uthoiizcd, by ami with Hie...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 12 March 1885

JHE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1885. 11 "TURNING OVER" -The Way in Which the Government Changes Hands. MJAGEABLE REVOLUTION. IDelfvering Up the Offices, the Army, the Navy, and the Cash. ERA OF GOOD FEELING. The Republicans Resigned, the Democrats Jubilant. There is an old tradition concerning office holders that "few die and none resign." "While the truth of this, as an abstract proposi tion, may be granted, there is still ono factor entering into oar political system that is no less potent than grim death itself in enforcing an unwilling retirement of those holding high Government positions. An illustration of this Jias been afforded by the ovents of the past week. A change of administration not merely within the party, but one brought about by a political revolution is a notice to rnit thai cannot bo ignored, however unpleas ant may be the summons. The election of a new President, which brings with it no change in party supremacy, usually involves li...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1S85. 12 NEWS OF THE WEEK, Tho Ncvs from All Parts of the World. ABROAD. A terrific oxplosion occurod in tlio TJsworth Colliery at Sunderland, Englaud, last week. Many persons were killed. The explosion is said to have been caused by lire-danip. The list of dead includes two men who were asphyxiated Tfhile in the rescue. Thirty -six dead bodies have been recovered from the ruins, and a volunteer force is still engaged in seeking for more victims. At the time of the explosion there were 150 men in the mine. They were all imprisoned by tha jamming of the cage- vray. The 75tli" birthday of Tope Leo XIII was celebrated at the Vatican on the 2d iust. Trouble between England and Kussia in regard to the Afghan frontier .seems imminent, as the Ilussian troops have been advancing on the disputed territory of Afghanistan in spite of the protet of the English guard. The British Minister in Afghanistan has advised the Afghans not to re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 March 1885

i. lr,o v O' 'V -TV "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." f' Established mr.-'sm. series. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1885. VjL. IV-m. 32.-WHOLB NO. 188.' - 4 CUB DOR Ba ui EH yVj Ca n 5fr j y.T CwpL JHotSw EB -'. o SOMEBODY'S BLUNDER Which -Caused the Rout at Chancellors-yille. CONFIDENT GENERALS, "Who -Would' Not Credit the "Warnings. STONEAY ALL'S BLOW. The Confusion. Which Followed Its Delivery. sv gex. j. c. lki:, colonel 55th onio, and EX-UEUT-GOVEKNOR OF OHIO. Much has been written and probably nniek fciore -will be written of the Eleventh Corps. At Chancellorsville, May 2, 1SG3, a disaster befell that eorps, w Inch has in a great raeas ere been laid at ihe door of the arms-hearing men and subordinate officers. This is at once unjust and cruel. No veterans of the Begnlar Army could have maintained their ground under the same circumstances. TUB WltlTElt'S POSITION. I propose to give such facts as 1 of myoma observation can state,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 March 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1835. nllowed to sell tlie -waste paper to the junk man. A && 5?fe. ggs s 3S8, auzaz. - g Jfinmrrir: rC-r . V -rjzs -- r J; -iS, BARGAINING rOE WASTE PAPER. " Of course, yon bring in an office-seeker iiow and thin," said, with gentle sarcasm, one 1J. & O. conductor to another. ' Well. I should &iy we did," replied the tired ticket-innclier. "Every car's packed like a sardine-box, with hungry-eyed roost ers, wearing last year" hats and ridhn; on pasMS or scalped tickets. Their valises are so full they are ready to burst, but when ever one of -them's opened (the valines, I mean), yon see that it has in it one clean shirt, a iW.c of sojncthitig to change the breath, and a bale of recommendations, in dorsements and petitions." "At,! ri&vl to sec you, Colonel," said a gen tleniiiUjac i.a the proprietor of a Georgia paper. "1 understand you are here looking eflor your appointment as Revenue Collector." "Yes, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 March 1885

T A T40ITAF fiOT THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,- D. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1885, 3 :srausuiT T"- i-. "? FIGHTING THEIf OYER. Wliat Our Ypicvans Have to Say About Tlipir Old Campaign c . GETTYSBURG. iemJnUccnccs or tbr (Iron! I'iruI by a Participant. To thk Editor: Po many art ides bavo re cently been published in Tun Trirusb relat ing to Gettysburg many of them containing criticisms upon Gen. Howard that I hardly feel at liberty to take up your valuable spare. I would not do so, if 1 had not Iicrctofoic, in tout columns, expressed my disapproval of Howard at Cuauccllorsvilie. am a sincere admirer of Gen. Howard, and. while I think lie was at fault at Chancellois ville, 1, as clearly as poUde, dcire to give him great credit for his cool judgment at Get tysburg, which, backed by prompt action, gave us tho position on Cemetery Kidgo upon which to fight the grot and decisive battle of the war. 1 will pay no attention to the assaults upon the bravery either of the Eleventh or the Firs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 March 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1885. lm National Tribune. (Established 1877.) Published weekly. .. ' One Dollar per Tear, Invariably in Advance. ix month?, 7o cents. No suhscrlptlon for a less period received. s v r.c r a t, a y;o uncksij: nt. llOXIZV mt us, otkcrvUc '; by rcpistcrcd fcVr, fxii.'a no.v, postal money order, or drajl cji Acw JbrZf, iciil Ix at & c i Uk of the smdir. A GiiMK JfV ijloi no i?ci:f J . THE XATTGJCAl. Tciuuse hi tnany ro!:.Vcr oiKrasacre, and tkry arc ficttctdii; l.cntusi aud faithful; but jkfsks uho covfidc ihcii .&rratfss.s to UuA v.utibe their. own jmlgu ff Ike ir resak&Uy. Itcp iptr iffit! be suit only on rtcc'i'tffific iiOMcrir.lion yrtw. JLDDJiT.tI JZZXEll'ALS, EU. Addresses trUl le chcutpid at tjtts 43 ifcj.rcd. but aecft. stfaaiUv caotrfdf.t rriVo5. foetid us irs'Jowjrcira'W.Tw?. In ran i .':'. t.2tr&craltaii!d bucareful fysend us ihc label on '? ham jwjsc r rvfe&ed. cd specify any cor rections ur ai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 March 1885

'THE NATIONAL TRIBUKE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MAROH 19, 1885.' - WASHINGTON GOSSIP. The WceklCollcciion About (he Na tional Capital. A. .fortnight OF mr. CLEVELAND. The new President has now been on duty two Ttlll wed;", and co Ur has earnrd jra,ru from verv one except tire ollui-seokors. A hungry man is nlwaya iuijutu.iit: iflsc is uimgrj for his dinner he abuses his wifoai.d the cook; if hungry for an o'Uce ho boiti J hi' apjroiuJing power as uuh as he dare, livery oue of the 10, 000 or mora g cutlciuen who knock elhows with each other iu the places of public rt'Mit about the city, is certain that Mr. Cleveland's tardi ness iu laaking changes is hurting the coun try and is a personal RiU.oiMr.e. They can not be made to understand that even if it were desired to change the whole of the 10.030 oilieo lioldcrs in iheTcountry, and replace them by new men. tho routine of the chango would oe cupv years. To ehanjre them iu a year would require H0O to be discharged, and their suc ce...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 March 1885

a THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 191885; ,6 THE GRAND AMY. Enthusiastic Comrades 'Beyond the Mississippi. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. Commander-in-Chief Konnfz Has an Ors'.ion in Kansas an. I 3iiSMiuri. Toledo, O., March U, 1S55. The event of local interest was the Camp-fire given Wednesday even in? Iy Forsytho Rdief Corps, in which Forsyth Tost participated, it being the evening of their regular weekly meet ing. Capt. Kent Hamilton, the eloquent sol dier orator, opened the program with a brief resume of the history of Forsyth Post, not for getting to compliment the ladies who had con tributed so largely to the up building of its splendid social and chanty system. Mrs..ludgo Howe followed in behalf of Forsythe Corps, after which there was a stirring rendition of "When Johnnie Comes Marching Home," by Messrs, Tense. Howell, Shcfler, and Cosncr, to a pi.mo accompaniment by Miss Germane, pre paratory to the reading by Gen. J. W. Fuller of a highly entertaining pape...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 March 1885

- C"f C -3 &?&f? J5y5;-eV"'''''''?,, sksc ;v,Sr f' -ts rwV---rSiih--'- r3";-?1fti5U;" J'-iJr,'SV JJr.-"?- s;aj "- -?5 jfs"- ' -? ' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1886. LOYAL WOMP'SWORK m Ther Household Conversation Club. Exchange. vYHAT ONE WOMAN DID. "Visitors to New Orleans are pointed ont the Btatueof a woman at the juuctiou of two streets, upon the pedestal of which, in raised loiters, appears tho simple name of " Margaret." Iho figure is that of no fashion devotee or splendid socictv queen, hut represents a plain, motherly figure, with a protecting arm thrown over a little child nestling close to her side. This monument to a noble and heautiful life was unveiled by the people of Now Orleaus iu Juno last, and reflects tho reverence and love of all classes of people. Trotestaut as well as Catholic, the faith iu which the mother saint, " Mar garet," lived and died. Tho statue of " Margaret" is that of a hum ble Irish woman, who iu tho course o...

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

,-y -, cJ-t, -rfg. 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, 3IAUGE 19, 138a. x NEWS OP -THE WEEK, The Nos-from All Parts of the World. " ABROAD. Xotliing of importance has transpired in tlio Soudan during the week. El Mahdi has left Khartoum and taken up his residence at Abbus Island, 130 miles from that place. He is afra'd of assassination by his rivals, and con stantly keep :t larc guard around his person. England aud Jtussia are not now on very friendly relations on accouut of the dispute in regard to the Afguau frontier, England claim ing that Russia was encroaching on the terri tory of Afghanistan, and stating her intent ion of resisting such encroachment by force of arms. Great Britain fears that Kussia will at tempt to pet a foothold in Afghanistan prepar atory to making a descent upon India. JjUst week war seemed imminent, between the two countries, but an understanding has been reached, and Ku'sia has agreed to go no further. The -mutter is by no means settled, ...

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

A ? pj f -jr-tt "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS. n t B3TAKLISII IsSD 1877 -NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1885. VOL. IV-NO. 33 -WHOLE NO. 189 " ! aft rrtr r I M . ?i rf -' 4 F9 M I t tJB n i cv trm. w s kj Kcja wa h vi dfi JM sJy o 4? ' MILITARY MEMOIRS. The Sanguinary Struggle on' the Banks . of Stone's River. DISASTER TO THE FGHT. The Bloody Fighting in the Cedars. SIX ' DAYS ' OE' C03JBAT. The Artillery Fire Which Shat tered Breckinridge. BY Iir.EVET MAJ.-fiKN. AV-M. I OALIN, COLONEL 4th v. s. is v. 1.)1VKIi.JIT,1Kj5.J IX. The rain continued to pour down. "We continued to drive Wharton's cavalry before ns, working our way all the time towards Murfreesboro. On the 00 th of December, in the forenoon, we reached Overall's Creek. A part of a Federal cavaliy regiment known as the ' Anderson Cavalry" had just had a sharp engagement with the enemy, ami some of them were killed. The regiment had the reputation of behaving very ...

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

u THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0.; THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 188o. His soldiers loved him as children a parent. Tlio news runs along the lines, kindling a de termination to bo revenged. THE CONFEDERATES. The Confederates are sweeping all before thcin. Thcv have driven the cavalry, and now arc rolling back the Union infantry. Davis Las cleared the field north of the pike. Archer Jias crossed "WiHoughby's Euu, and is advancing victoriously towards the Seminary. In a few minutes they will bo in possession of the ridge, and then inarch triuinphantlyjuto Gettysburg. Thov suppose that they are confronted only liy tho raw militia which Gov. Curtin has called out to resist tho invaders. THE IRON BRIGADE. Tlic men from tho West, who have been in a score of battles, have been coming into position. Their muskets flame. They do not retreat. Suddenly the Confederates discover their mis take. "'Taint no militia. It's tho Army of tho Potomac,' they exclaim, recognizing tho men, whom thcv have me...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THUR3DAY, MARCH 26, 1885. 3 FlGffTING THEM OVER What Our Veterans Have (o Say About Tiieir Old Campaigns. LIBBY PRISON. lanVce" Writes Again Captains Fljnn and Sawjcr Dranu for Kxeculion. To the Editor: Itiglit across Carey street from Libby Prison to the right was " Csistlo Lightning," anotlicr largo brick warehouse filled with several thousand private soldiers. A little farther up Carey street to the left beyond Twenty-first btroet, and diagonally across from Libby Prison, was "Castle Thunder," also a large brick building filled with spies, deserters, disloyal citizens and all clas-es of oflenders. This place was presided over by Capt. Alex ander, a tall, tine-looking man, who was always followed bj a large Siberian bloodhound. The three prisons formed an irregular triangle, and eo cloie togi-thcr that a stone could bo thiowu from one to either of the others. On tho long line ot the triangle between Castle Thunder and Castle Lightning the g...

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