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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1885. The National Tribune, (Established 1877.) !p UBLIS H ED WEEKLY. One Ioli:u per Year, JavaiiubJy In .Advance. 1 mondis, 5'5 cents. JSo subscription for a Jet period received. SPKCTAL AXXOUXCBJIBXT. 2H037ZV ixW tr., lkfrtehe tluui hy r(;(ie4cre& Idler, spotted note. jhkM HKwrjr orirter, r drujl on 2iao Ybrl; nCT be at the rfafc of the xndcr. ,i?i;.V7N. Wt ofW He otftte. The Xatxoxat. TmBUNfc fca- waxy cwfantotr oarMr, and ft- irc tfctrr': .' mrd faithful ,- tvt jwrcon- u7io conf.de theit rtdhriptiuns in 1km tnust be Vteie otrn fudges esf fcV "- re, yonstbilUti. The paper teiU be sct.l only h retx ." i of the tttltaeritlimti pries. A7)DK-ES, KJCKKWALS. PJ. Addresses trttt be changed cs often as desired, but ccch subscriber ftouMt ?crteffirc lUeoUlisi?M at nctc address. lHTcmnria, fti'tteribersufirnddbeearrftdtceatdtts the laid onihchn: pajcr rcccicd, and specify any cor rections -w chouses thejt deeirc wade in natne...

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

t-,.'" $."A-&$t'rt. sSorTSpwv'SEl3?w?-',!(5'C;c.',f THE NATIONAL TftlBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MAHUH 20, 1885. 5 '7 rv WASHINGTON gossip. e - Pe Weekly Collection About the Na tional Capital. TnK NEW SENATORS. All the vacancies in tho Souato have been filled except tfario .Arkaiisi?. whore the ICftis lnturo is tailoring daily to und a successor to Garland, appointed :o the Cabinet; Illinois, whoro n contest lwtvrpen (.'en. I.gan and Col. Morris-on ha? been going on for inure thn two months, with tho Legislature a tie. awl Oregon, the Legislature of which State, after a struggle lusting wveral week, "agrewl to disagree," and adjf'iniic-d without-an e!c-tkvi. Senator i!ck-lurii, of Kentucky, who was elected Ust Winter after an exciting contest, to succeed "Orra Gordo" Williams, is 17 years old. He i served eiejht; years in the House of IJejircvutiiUvts, from the old Henry Clay Ditrict. IU is a. hrillmnt orator and an cieel lent iMriinaieutarinn. Daring the last two session...

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

xj- THE NATIONAL TftlBlWiS: WAS r V " .r a D. C, T11U113DAY, UAltUli 20, 1885. ULixl CTXvLl.1, . THE GRAND ARMY, New Post Officers Camp-fires and Enfertalnmciils. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. The Tireless Coiuinander-in-CIiicr Still on Ills Trstcls. Toli:do, 0., March 20, 16S5. Leaving Kausas City on Saturday morning following ibo Encampment, the Commander-in-Chief reached Elk Falls, in Elk County, 500 miles West of Kansas City, at 8 o'clock p. in., and was met at the depot by comrades of John A. Rawlings Post ' Commander Welty and es corted to a hall In the vilhge, where he received a hearty welcome from the comrades and citi zeus. The address of welcome was delivered by Conn-ado Head, who said it-was dillietilt to find words to fittingly eipress the great appreciation of the honor conferred upon Rawlings Post by the presence of the "Drummer Boy" Com mando in-Chief in their midst. It was the first time the majority of the comrades had the pleasure of greeting and taking by the hand the C...

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

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1885. LOYALWOMP'SWORK The Household Conversation Cluh. Exchange. r ' TEXTNG 'ENTEirrAINllEXTS. A correspondent asks the Editor to suggest Bometliing new in tho way of euicrtainmcnls for Posts and Corps. Everything ordinary and extraordinary, slie writes, has been tried, and the demand Is for something out of the com mon order. Just what has been tried is not staled, and sg the Editor would simply suggest two or thrco varieties that have coino under her special observation. First, there is the Ited, White and Bine Social. This is a basket social, where each lady inter ested furnishes lunch for two, in a basket fan cifully trimmed with paper flowers or friugc of red, white and blue. Sbo also wears the Na tional colois. On. the basket is placed a card bearing tho price of tho basket, and to tho card is attached, a pretty button-hole bouquet. Tho gentleman who purchases the basket takes luncheon with the lady furnishing the sa...

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

""" ? f'-.fsfe. -so: -."V"?" -vva-' 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0.. THURSDAY, MARCH 2G, 1SS5. I,-' Jt J y NEWS OF THE WEEK, Tlte News from All Parts of the World. ABBOAD. An Anglo-Eassian company has started to otnpete with Americans and Australians in furnishing Englaud with meat Tho abattoirs f this new concern are located in tho center of Lisbon, and the company calculate to sell in England $3,000,000 worth, of meat every year. The reports that China has made overtures for pcacoarodiscredited. o negotiations direct r indirect have, it is said, been opened, and there are no symptoms that the Government at Pekin is intimidated and anxious to secure peace on any terms unfavorable to China. French war vessels now in South American wa ters havo been ordered to Colson and Tauama to protect French interests, which are jeopard ized by tho revolution in the United States of Colombia. The statement has been made by certain French newspapers that Prince Bis marck had an attack of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 April 1885

--'V?C-" 1-"s S?Srev"' i jtI ?--tfQv?ri- N- " "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877 -NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1885. VOL. IV p. 34.-WHOLE NO. 190. ---" &&&&& '&& v4pf&&&:&7 Jtomtal c '- - - MILITARY MEMOIRS. Operations Following the Battle of Stone's River, TULLAHOMA CAMPAIGN. Bragg Manuvered Out of Chat tanooga. A DECEPTIVE RETREAT. The Opening of the Battle of Chiekamauga. , y BIIEVKT JtAJ.-GEX. WJit. P. CARLIX, COLOXEI. iTH U. S. INF. COryiUGHT.ltSO. XX. My brigade moved into a camp near Mur freesboro about the 5th of January, 1863, and there, about thai, date, I was prostrated "by sickness, the result of constant exposure in rain, sleeping on the wet, cold ground, irregularity of meals, and the excitement incident to the battle of Stone's River. Soon after recovering from this attack of sickness, which lasted two .or three weeks, Davis's Division, including m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 April 1885

i.r ;s?)grM!,Sfc?iir"-e?ilZ ass-.""" -. v""t,-''?i" 'f- j." ., r " ""-"""' sT j ' "4. .."-'""Sijf V-, t T" .7-0 "WiaAJ-"? ";? Mi" f -j-ir OT -t. " " v-'-eir''''r lMHHHBB V -tcs?,- VrW 2 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1885. .. talking about him without requiring any spec ial reply. "Joe is a little impulsive and reckless, per haps," said Phil, ''but ho is a capital swim mer." " It is growing cold," said Miss Mortimer, contracting her shoulders iu that graceful way that some women have of making oven a shiver attractive. Phil remembered with remorse that her wrap "was hanging forgotten upon his arm. Ho hastened to put it about her shoulders, but the wind, which was rising to a gale, made tho fcflbrt a prolonged one. "Don't you hate the wind?" said Miss Mor timer, coqucttishly. "lam never ungrateful," said Phil, capturing the ends of the shawl again, and holding them fast this time about her slender form. A keen look of incipient triumph Hashed from Miss Mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 April 1885

f-Vt--t T-- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 18S5. FITTING THEIJ OVER, What Our Veterans Have to Say Aliout Their Old Campaigns. "LAND LUBBERS" AT SEA. Seme Unpleasant Experiences While Crossing the Gel r ol' -Mexico. To the Editor: In the Fall of 1SG3 the regiment to which I belonged, the 20th Iowa, was encamped at New Orleans, on the beautiful grounds now occupied by the Exposition. On Oct. 21, when eii. Parke's preparations for a campaign on the Gulf coast of Texas were com pleted, our own (lienor's Second) division and the Fourth Division of the Thirteenth and a portion of the Nineteenth Corps embarked on vessels. The 20th Iowa and 20th Wis. were put, or rather packed, on board the T. A. Scott, a vessel of the largest class. The- lleet cou sitted of 1G largo vessels and many tchooners, all heavily leaded with troops, munitions of war and provisions, under convoy of gunboats. On the 25th wcaiicboied at the mouth of the Aliisissipjii Uiver, awaiting the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 April 1885

THE. NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1885. he National Tribune. (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. 6110 Dollar per Year, Suvariably in Adanco. Six months, 75 cents. No subscription for a lc:sS period received. SrECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. MONET sent vr, othcrtcisc Uian by registered letter, postal notes, po&tat money order, or draft, mi New Tori; rcill be at the rhh of the sender. AGENTS. Wccmjdoy no agents. The Natiosai. Tkibujo: has many volunteer canvassers, and they are generally honest and faithful; but persons tcho confide their stfliscriptions to them tnusl be their oicn judges of their rapoiMbility. The paper will be sent only on receipt of the subscription price ADDRESSES, RENEWALS, Etc Address mil be cliangcd as often as desired, but each subscriber sliouldin cvciycascgicc the old as tccJl as new address. In rcnetcing, subscribers should beenreful to send us the label on the fc.-f jxrprr received, and specify any cor rections or cJiangcs they desire...

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

' V THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 2. 1885. WASHINGTON GOSSIP, k The Weekly Collection About the Na tional Capital. A ZEALOUS COMRADE. A rcprosentuti ve of Tun National Tkibuxe called upou Mrs. Edward Koby, of Chicago, during her lvceut visit to the city, and had a very pleasant interview with that lady. Mrs. Ixoby is a lady of plcasiug manners and ad; drcss, and it "one of tho most indefatigable workers in Uhulf of the soldiurain the State of Illinois. Slip is tho President and founder of Abraham Lincoln Belief Corps, No. 9, of Chi cago the lirt C orps started in that city and 3Irs. Gen. John A. Logan is Senior Vice Presi dent of the same Corps. In the course of con versation Mr-. Koby informed The National Tribune thatshc had, since the organization of tho above Corps, instituted Burnside Corps, No. 19; Jas. A. Mulligan, No. 21, and John Brown, No. 14 (col. n.d, she being an honorary member of tho last named. "You are here with reference to obtaining tomb...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 April 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASiliN&TON, "D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1885. 6 f w i& THE GRAND ARMY, m News from tJio Departments New Post Officers. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. Mbit of Comnnmuor-iii-Calcr and Aujntant-ficneral to New Orleans. TOlkdo, O., 3Iarch 23, 1SS5. oft ron Tiin south. Adj't-Gen. Alcorn st:irtcil for an official visit o the Department of the Gulf on Monday, the IGth ult., reached New Orleans on the ISth, and attended the meeting of Timothy O. Howe Post on same evening, where he received a hearty welcome, and addressed the comrades at some "length, explaining the purposes of the Grand Army, and urged the Tost to establish a V'oman's Relief Corp? to assist in the charitable work which is becoming more and more neces sary as the comrades grow older. When the Adjutant-General started for New Orleans the Commander-in-Chief was unable to accompany him, but on Wednesday morning he concluded to make a Hying visit to the Gulf Department, and immediately started, arriving in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 April 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1885. LOYAL WOMAN'S WORK a Is Education Better Than Riches? Editors Chat. Very sensible opinions liavo been aflvanccd Sn these columns growing out of the discussion of the quretiou, "Education better than riches." Tho discussion lias been one-sided, to be sure, as in this eulighlened age there aro few to ns-rrt that ignorance is better than knowledge, though the former be gilt-edged and the latter go about in hodden homespun. A side issue has developed itself, however, in the discussion, and that is, " What constitutes an education "? Upon this question the Editor is asked to express an opinion. During the discussion few have been found to assort" that riches, in the abstract, is unde sirable.' On the contrary, it seems to bo tho general sentiment that riches, with education, is a goodly thing, but that riches secured at tho expense of education is not worth the cost. Very good, and now to the question. It has boon well sai...

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

TIIE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1885. NEWS OF THE WEEK. The News from All Paris of the World. ABROAD. The English War Office is dissatisfied n-itli Gen. Graham's management of the advauco in the Soudan, ami he will probably ho recalled. The Si. James Gazette, speaking of tho ficlit on the 22d, denounces " tho incapacity shown at head quarters," and says, "this murderous mil itary scuffle would never have happened if Gens. McNeill and Graham had taken precau tions which should have occurred to a cadet." The general press comments are in the same tone. The latest returns regarding the casual ties in the engagement show that, including tho Indian troops, and exclusive of camp-followers, G officers and 91 men were killed, and that G oflicers and J3G men were wounded. One officer and 70 men aro reported missing. There were also more than LOOO camels killed. This will delay the British advance on Tamai eeriously. Forty miners were killed by lire damp in Austri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 April 1885

3Mtmal .- - -. "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877 -NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1885. VOL. IV-NO. 35 -WHOLE NO. 191.' a - i mz 5 ULYSSES S. &pT. 0 Career of the Greatest Soldier of the Day. - A GBAND LIFE. Overruning with Courage and Exalted Patriotism. A LOYAL, TBTJE MAN. In Every Duty, Relation and Emergency of Life. In writing a sketch of one -who for nearly quarter of a century filled so large a share f public attention as General Grant, the limits of a newspaper article forbid any thing but a hasty resume of his -wonderful eareer and a glance at the salient points in bis public life. In obscurity, as the assist ant manager of a branch tannery at Galena, HI., at the outbreak of the war of the rebel lion, he reached a military altitude equal to that of the Father of his Country ; was twice elected President of the United States, and then made a tonr of the world, during which foreign powers showered...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 April 1885

THE tfAHONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0,, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 188o. i.v1- history. Lieut, F. Y. Greene, in his " Cam paigns of the Mississippi' thus hriefly sum marizes Grant's operations: "It was now 18 days since Grant had secured a footing on the east bank of the Mississippi by the battle of Port Gibson. In that time he had marched about 200 miles, and by keeping his army together had defeated the enemy's scattered detachments in four engagements at Kay mond, Jackson, Champion Hills, and Big Black, all fought within six days; he had inflicted a loss upon them of S.OOO in killed, wounded and missing, had captured S3 pieces of their artillery, and finally had driven them into the narrow defenses of Yicksburg, causing their outworks at Haines's Bluff, Warrenton and Grand Gulf to be abandoned, and establishing his own base on the Yazoo River in easy and safe reach of his gunboats and transports. He had not only prevented the junction of the enemy's detachments, but had still further sc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 April 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1885. FIGfjTlNG THERJ OVER, Wliat Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. " BUSHWHACKING." The Trials or Loialty in Southwest Missouri. To tue Enrron: I again renew tbc story of loyalty in this part of the Union. The chivalry Who bushwhacked through this country did not always have things their own way. In the Fall of 16G2, foou after the murder of Rev. Win. JJ. Southard, Solomon Scliouso and Abraham Hewitt, spoken of in a former article, a bush whacker Lieutenant named Lindsay was shot from the bushes by a Union man, thus paying them in their own coin. Several scouting par tics of Federals coming into this country, others were killed and several taken prisoners. Among the latter was a notorious Capt. Moses J. Uaker tmd a Lieut. Poleel, by Capt. Coleman, Co. D, 9th Kan. Cav. They never molested us again. Both escaped soon after, but before they got back to their command l'oleet was killed and Baker was recapture...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 April 1885

4 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1883. The National Tmbdmr - (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Xei) Savaxiably In Advance. 61x months, 75 cents. Ne subscription for a less period received SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. HONEY sent tt, otherwise (hanky registered letter, postal notes, postal money order, or draft on New York, mil be at the risk of the sender. AGENTS. We employ no agents. Tins NATIONAL TciBUKE has many volunteer canvassers, and they are generally honest and faithful; but persons tcho confide their subscriptions to thtm must be their oicn judges of their responsibUUy. The paper vrill be tent only on receipt of the subscription price. ADDRESSES, RENEWALS Etc Addresses tcill be changed as often as desired, bid each subscriber should in every castgivc theoldas'urell asnewaddrcss. In renewing, subscribers should be careful to send us th e label on Oietasl paper received, and specify any cor rections or changes they desire made in name o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 April 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1885. WASHINGTON GOSSIP. 7h& Weekly Collection About the Na tional Capital. XOW BALTIMORE WAS CAPTUEED BY A HAND- ORGAN. It will bo remembered that aflfor the bloody -assault in the streets of Baltimore on the 6th Mass., April 19, 1SS1, that the city was practi cally out of the Union for some time, and the Maryland and Baltimore city authorities pro tested agaiust the Government moving any more troops through the city, asitmightproba bly be attended by great loss of life aud prop erty. Gen. Butler, at tho head of the Massa chusetts troops, came to Annapolis andforsome time occupied a position on the outside of the city in an attitude of observation. The prob lem of restoring communication between the Capital aud the North through Baltimore was a very serious one and much disturbed Gen. Scott. Suddenly, by a very brilliant coup d'etat Gen. Butler marched into Baltimoro dur ing tho night and captured the city without a 6h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 April 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1885. THE GRAND ARMY, The Commander-in-Chiefs Visit to Illinois. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. Adj't-Gen. Alcorn's Trip Honoring 3!iniieota (Icnrral Orders. Toledo. O., April I, 1S53. When your correspondent clood Headquar ters correspondence a week ago the Commandor-in-Chiof was in Chicago, having taken but two days' rost following his rot urn from Now Or leans before setting out again. Ho reached Chicago on Ftiday morning, whero lie was met by Commander Freeman Conner, of Geo. H. Thomas Post; Ass't Adj't-Gen. J. L. Bennett, of 111.; Comrades .1. G. Everest and II D. Loud, of his staff; Comrade Guy T. Gould, Past De partment Commander; and Comrades A. M. Church, F. S. Capron, Rob't F. Wilson and W. II. Rose. The Commander-in-Chief was the guest of Thomas Post, at the Sherman House. During the forenoon of Friday he was driven about the city and &howu the many points of interest; and in the afternoon, in company with Commander ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 April 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1885. LOYALWOMP'SWORK Slang The Fashions- -The Household. Conversation Club, , The uso of slang lias lcen suggested asa topic for discussion in the Tribune family, nnd upon tltis subject a correspondent brings to our atten tion a method employed by a discreet mother to correct tho speech of her children in this respect. Sho said her boys and girls all used slang until it becamo second nature. Finally thev determined to banish it from their con versation, and in a " family council" agreed to found a mission-bos', and for every slip of tho tongue in should go a penny. The rapid fill ing of the box showed that it was indeed time Eome move was made. "When visitors were present the children listened sharply for slang, and grew to dislike it. The mission-box in our soldier families might be substituted by a relief-box, the proceeds to go to the funds of Post or Corps. A good plan is for somomembcr of the family to be appointed me...

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